The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME xvm, i ; ., i H. DE'JJAND. VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY, AUG"uST 6, 1904. NUMBER' 42",

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professional Carfc. THE ROAD TO SUCCESS.Weak AND'u 'J
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Golden Rule
Men Mmvnlfr While at.._
James W. Peftcins.: Cary D. Lanills. of Agriculture: I IBe Men Omt..rvou All Obstacle.. ,

*PERKINS & LANDIS.' The young mnu who, after makingup '
good to yourtnnd and your crop I his mind what ho wants to'do In I CALIFORNIA. THE 'STRIKE. :

ATTORNEYS ,COUN. ELClR. the world begins, to hunt up obstaclesIn ',
AT-LAW, i'ofsh his path to magnify them, to brood -- J

r I IIn over them until they become mountains 1
k : Deland, Florida. a nil then to wait for new ones to Nine Million Boxes the Citrus Florida and Her 'People.

Will Practice In State' -.and Fedejial :,.; develop, Is not n man to tuk. hold of Are of "
Court thefertltlterspeltaqunlity. I P I for Infants and Children. grunt enterpi'lues.. The man who stops Crop the Past Year. Independent It.

BLY .,, and.quantity Write in us the and liarvent. ll* to weigh und, consider every possibledanger Late reports from Chicago Indicate ,
STEWART The Kind You Have Always Bought bas borne tlio 11111'03
we will send you or objection never amounts to that the fight between the union meat I II
'free!, by next mail ture of Chaa. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his anything. He Is a small man, made I LOS AHGELBS' WONDERFUL GROWTH. strikers
and the which
packers, was
to deceive In tills. Counterfeits Imitations and obstacle uud goes as far a. be can
Office In Bw* O3a ,g. DElANJXBranch I reached, will be waged to .a bitter
1 hew Ywk-M Num 5*. "Just-as-good"/ are but Experiments, and endanger the easily but when the going gets bard be The Water Supply Problem a Most Important '
.. end both the Florida
rowPoetofflce.DAYlMTAI ; .1 stops. by parties, says
.AtIl..Oa.-22&DaldS4... '" health of Children-Experience against Experiment. The strong man, the positive, deci- One In That State-The Discovery Bun. It l Is reported that J. Ogden Armour -

; The Kind You Have Always Bought sive soul who bus a programme and of a Great Underground River I has bitterly denounced President

who l Is determined to early It out, cut. Donnelly of the Meat Cutter' Association -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.-W.DeJ.alld. 'Bears the Signature of his way to lilu. goal regardless of dlf. and has avowed his determina

ficulties. It l la the wabbler the weak To the Editor of The Record: tlon to smash unionism forever in the
kneed man, the discouraged man, who
Florida. The end of the marketing of the Armour plant. The principal interest -
turns aside who takes a crooked path
that Floridians have in the strike
FISH. to his. goal. Men who achieve things, citrus crop has approached near
BERT '" who get things done, do not spend enough for the daily shipments to be lies In the price of beef and Its sup

time haggling over perplexities or wondering only twenty to twenty- ve cars. The ply. As stated in the last l issue of .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. In Use For Over 30 Years. I whether they con overcome total shipments up to July 15th were the Sun, the people of Florida are entirely '

-" N'oticeto .Non-Residents. ....... them. A penny held close to the eye 9,400,912 boxes, including lemons. The Independent of the western

.DLan& Florida. IN CIBCUfr COUIIT, HKVICNIH JUDU ": 1'0.._ .H'.u SOSPANY TV yMmV P4WWVO5OV.. .....>W.... ____ will shut out the sun. When a man spring shipments have realized better meat, and will suffer from no shortage

Special: Facilities for xamln'lntalld ri\i[ I. ruu'Uir (OP 'J.lJtIlA.N) / : : lies down on the ground to see what is prices than those during the winter of meat nor exorbitant prices If a set

Perfecting: Land Titles._ AND FOIl; VOI.t'MA' COUNTY.. IN RVRHKR NKCK. I ahead of him, a rock may hide a mountain. but not sufficient to redeem the tlement l Is never reached between the

E. ALEXANDER CIJAW, KHV 0 Rubber neck or joints 'With Elliott's GAS AS AN ILLUMINANT. A miiall man holds petty difficulties enormous losses mentioned in my strikers and the packers.
J so closely in view that great
Emulsified! OH\ Liniment; It will remove letter. There are 600.000 head of cattle In
'Din) nd liiiililln A" Lnun Association, a last
objects beyond are entirely shut out
all stiffness and soreness.! It Is China. It Hun Been Aanerted, I'a
CO"1 oru/l'\I./ Complainant, I Just here I want to correct an error Florida. Two hundred and eighty-
of Great minds their
'"' ATTO NEY-AT-LAW. vs. much better than plasters for lame It Centuries Aao. : sight. keep eyes
Arthur K. liiildwin, oil Pearl I., Baldwin back or pain in the cheat or side. It bus been nssprteU. but never proved on the goal. They hold the end so In my last in relation to the estimated five thousand are In east and south

. .Office In Brush Block. Dcfi'T" 'limit Elliott's; Emulstaed Oil Liniment conHliiHholy.. Hint Chine used ins persistently In view and It looks: so value of the crop. I said it Florida. The average weight of the

DeLand Florida. It npixmiitiK.' l by the nlHIdnvIt. of the at. Cures; muscular rheumatism. 1<'uI11-2 for lighting/ 1 purpoHcs centuries l beforeIts grand, nnd desirable that the intermediate was $35.000,000. when I should have Florida steer on the hoof l Is about 800
for Mie lnhmnt In the 11"
State and Federal tiirnev uiiin|> ve :
Will Practice In pint bottles, 95 cents
Court online that dutumlunta, Arthur K. Bultl- All Druggists in DeLand and W. B. IIKU In the western, wot'id. If this steps no mutter, how perplexing said $13,000,000 but I have no cor-- pounds, and the weight when cleanedfor

will mill" 1'unrl I I.. 1I.l Itiwi ii, ore resident of Welch Orange City. was no. I It wits doubtless natural gnu.Clajtoii. are of comparatively little Impor rection to make as to the statementthat market will average about GOO to
the Mute' of Floildi, : but each of them bus ,
asks but
tance. The great man one
nt the end of the Kin en- 600 Florida has been
JJ M BENNETT. linen absent fur "more than sixtv days last the great crop w)uld be marketed pounds. long
; iinil their whersabuuis toentli ci'iiUiry, Htoreil gas in blnddors question "Can the thing be done not Cuba with beef. The '
pant pieaent are President Parker sounds good and at a loss of 5000000. The resultof supplying number -
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, unknown, to nfllunti; hut each of said defuiitlunis will be a fact the 4th of next! March. I nml pinjr' l with It nt tlnien nnd Lord "How many diilleultles will I run of cattle shipped in 1903 was 175-
has been
this condition of affairs to
are lielkvcil f be ovir lbs age oftwenty.ntu Dnndoiiiild In 1T8T. In\Torldu// a patentfor across?" If it l Is within the reach of
DeLand Florida. yura. and that thure In no person pouHlblllty all hindrances must be push depreciate the prices of citrus 000 head. This was an unusual year
in this state .the .aeivluerf TIlE CKNTBK: LIFK.! ton I tar, stored up the gas and oociiKlonnlly -
wbtm would bind said defendant prouesa np llhci1i on We lira only by the food that l is digested until it for lighting up the ed aside.-O. S. Marden in Success. property. but they are still what we the regular average being 147,000 an

rjtt. JOHN MACDIARMID, .r l them; It Is tbeieiition' ordered, that ifnldd and assimilated, hence the hall of CulroHs tilibey. would have considered very high In nually. All that l Is necessary to secure

SURGEON. I fend, ,iii.. Ar:bur K. Baldwin und PearlL. stomach la the "centre of life." If It Is to the Ki'iiHiH of a Scotsman, W. THE WONDERFUL SUN. Florida even during the boom days of for Florida people all of the meat
PHYSICIAN AND liiildwin.> ho and they are hereby, required the stomach I is weak. the will be
to u.per t>> the bill) .of com|;>liiintlnrelh body MuiUoch. tuut* we owe our bright 11- the 80's. that they can possibly use l Is for the
Ottl'ce over Fl her' drug store. on or tiefbiv, tbe' Urat Mondiv in BepMnber proportionately weak. Strengthenthe lumlniint. In 1702 be was living at Some of the Thin,,. We Know About The adversities of the orange stock raisers to sell their beef cattleIn
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, "centre of life" by using Bydale'sStomach ...
A. D. Itl". btlnif the Him day nt Hedruth, Cornwall and after experiments Thnt M>' erlou t. the home markets Instead of shipping .
and 7 to 8 p. m.DELAND. aid month otherwise' the Raid :JMII. will be Tablets They digest the A wonderful and In some respects grower however, have had no effect :
FLORIDA.B. taken as oonfemed by tbe said defendant food and rest the stomach. They act In gnsuiuklng be lit up his own very whatsoever on the prosperity of the them. The possibilities of the .
or ,ilefei.tlunt, n..t.o al'p..arln\l"1Il1,' \ the oom- as a tonic to the digestive organs and house nmeli to the astonishment of mysterious object l Is the sun atypical city of Los Angeles, which has increased industry In thl State are practically
plHlnant will have leave to proceed exparte help nature restore them to health. his m'lKliliors. star the nearest one and not so
:) O. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN against tbum."" These' Tablets are guaranteed to relieve Called to Birmingham he erected a far ,away as to prevent us from study in population from 103,000 in unlimited, as the pasture lands of

SURGEON It In further for elirht oideied, r-onsroutlve, that this uc-pKs Older, bepublished In at onpe and speedily! cure Indigestion large plant for lighting up the Soho ing it in detail and yet presenting; conditions 1900 to over 162,000 in 1904. Florida are fully capable of supporting

AND 'riio VoluHln, County Keoord. and dyspepsia' Trial size 25 works. This drew attention to the so different from those we can Water l Is king In this country, and five times the number of cattle

DELANO, FLORIDA. linens my hand and the neat of salil cents. Family slue l containing 21-2 whole matter, nnd in 1803: London begun obtain in our laboratories that to a every city must depend for its con to say nothing of other live stock.

court nt PeLuml, this 8th dl\yof July, .\. times the trial slue 50c. street lighting. The Royal .society considerable extent It defies our rea tinued Its supply] To put Florida in a position of absolute .
Office at residence Indiana avenue, i D. 1IMU.) All Drug-pints In DeLanil and W. B, upon
nest to Court House. (Seal) .!I.ul'r. D. ..JOHP.\ Welch, Orange City. In inns'! gave Murdoch Its Ruin- sonings anil renders our conclusions Ours has heretofore been brought bya independence western meats,

...., Office Hours: 0 to 12, 8 to 4, and 7 to 8. Clerk riroultC'oprt.Notice ,' : I ford gold medal for his invention. merely, conjectural. conduit from many miles up the and to furnish the people of Florida
Certain facts however, have been established -
: Thirty-seven States will elect Governors London Standard. river valley and stored In reservoirs. with better meat all that l is necessaryIs
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.PRYSIcIAN:1 to on-Residents. beyond any possible doubt
MRS.\ at the November elections. and must necessarily. form the foundation There was some nervousness in the to establish modern stockyards and

A Unlqa CoIi.etioa.Among theories and water department as to the supply packing houses, feed the stock on cassava -
In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit ot the curious by which of all reasonable
BURGEON. Florida" In and tor Valuate County.; In WASTINU COl'UIIK.' some persons In England ways make a living opinions.We keeping pace with the population velvet beans or other food grown

Cbuncery. 0 In Lingering consumption., wasting Rydale's caughs, may Cough end Is the .sale of vautoff garments belonging I know for Instance, that Its mean but that haa now been solved by in abundance In this state, and havethe
Office on East New York Avenue.DELAND. distance from the earth l Is closely stock. worked at home. The
very shaft 125 feet in up.
Jane L. Bull Complainant, Elixir will stop the cough and heal to distinguished personages, for I sinking a big deep
FLORIDA. v.: the diseased membrane of the throat which the curiosity loving fashionable 03,<)KOOOO) ) .&miles; that Its diameter Is the north part of the city; cross cut' Information contained herein as to

George H V. Ml Hessur lard, and Iung4. Bydale's Elixir is the world affords a sure and profitable about SOO.OCD( miles. or 109V4 times that tings under the river, and constructing the number of cattle and! the annual
A. S. MUNSON: Ubarlea efficacious dN l I of the earth and Its bulk about 1.800
fU. most remedy ever has col-1 be relied
and market. One English; lady a I a great Infiltration gallery 100 number shipped can upon as
Mrs. Chan. F. Hesaer Defendants.It covered for' all chronic throat and articles 000 us grell t. '
of Including
lection comets. obtained
correct. figures were
lung troubles and those debilitating/ We know also that Its mass l la about feet below the bottom of the river.A .
l the of the
appearing by alHiluvIt attorney from the viudiobes" of reigning from the office of the commissioner of
"run down" conditlous of the system, 600 horse cro .com-
and that
/or the complainant in the above uaime well 830.00O that of the earth con great power
Second Door South of Fisher's that the defendant. Gaol'ice'' H JUIIard. is a which sO stubbornly resist treatmentand 1 pelInl' nod\ r, yul 1 perxonnges' as asobjects sequently gravity upon Its surface Is pound pump, with a capacity of 12. agriculture at Tallahassee.-The Jacksonville -
Office resident a Suite! oilier than the tate;. of which If neglected, may end in of historical Intviest. Among here.A Sun.
about 27Vi times powerful as in 24 hours stalled
Drug Store. Florida. : that the residence of defendant In fatal dIRea e. Trial site, 2'>c. Large the 'latter, are u leather corset belong. as 000,000 gallons was
OFFICE Hocus 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 unknown, that said UufendHnt l is believedbv size TiOc. lug to Chin'lot IB Corduy, the heroine man who here weighs ICO; pounds up three days ago, and is now lifting

and 7 to 8 p. m. nut at to !be over twenty-one ynra 01 All Druggists in DeLand and W. B. of the Kieneh, revolution, and a construction would weigh more than two tons upon 6,000,01)0()( gallons per day to a highgravity A, C. L. OPERATES
DeLand Florida. age, end that there is no person I In thla the sun, and there a squirrel would not
-.- .-- State the seivliu, of ,process upon. wb m Welch. Orange City. of whalebone and steel worn reservoir In Elysian Park,
would bind said defendant it I I. thereupon Matte Antoinette, with an eighteen to jump any more friskily
JOHN REEVE, ; by 300 feet above the floor of the pump.
DUo ordered that the said defendant, HeniKe H. There have been seven Presidential Inch \\nlat-Tollettes on elephant here.Experiments .
Millard, be and be Is hereby required. loapprnr tickets nominated and to be voted for with burning glasses This will be still further supplemented
to tbe bill of complaInt herein on or in November. make It certain that the effective temperature by the .starting up in about three Excellent Route for Visiting the
PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON, before the first Monday In l bept* mber A. I). \\orkliiir the Croat.:
1IXU. being the tilth day. of said month, From window the other day. of the sun's surface taken asa weeks of another pumping plant a. A. R. Reunion at Boston. ..
Office In store recently occupied by otherwise the said bill' will be taken a* BILIOIKNFSHI' : DAX1KKOIM.: lilY whole (doubtless the actual tempera several miles up the river which will
. Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West <.....'r..1. I by aim and the complainant will When the bile! is not flowing freely writes a New Yorker I witnessed the ture varies widely at different points) add 400 miner's inches per day to the All representatives of the Grand

:New York Ave.DeLandi uuve i leate. Jurlber to' proceed ordered exparte.It that this. order lit Into the bowels It l Is taken up by the Ingenuity bad n pocket of a tilled l>oggar.with lie crusts Ideally anti l is much above any which we can produce main conduit, and next year work Army of the Republic In Florida who

; Florida. published tor eight nuen no one was I passing
the 01u81" County Record a the body. Every Important organ electric furnace can rl..allt. Carried to
: In PeLandlnaald county of VOt fact every tissue of the body even, of thorn Into uiy yanl., Then be waited tho sun and kept there for a few hours reservoir north of the city.If national encampment, August 15th to

O Wj,S. TJYLOn0' lush. and State ot Florida : to the skin.layers. are affected by the for a Indy or geutltinnu who curried only, the earth\ would melt and pass Log Angeles should grow to be a 20th, will find that the Atlantic CoastLine
I Witness my band'und the seal l 01 said ladened bile. It the the and best
I poison saps tick or umbrella and. trembling flp- looks probable, operates quickest
as now
-- into The estimated temperature great city,
) uourt nt OeJ. tnd this eighth day of July vapor.
SURGEON-DENTIST. A I>. IUi4Seal. (, energy, dulls the brain, weakens disease thelungs pealed for the cruet to be brought l Is about 12.000 degrees F., but cannotbe the entire water-shed' the Los schedule between Florida and Boston,
and Invites
( .) SAM'1. D JlBIAN. and kidneys stomach within his reach. Tlie sympathy he excited regarded as exact.- Professor Angeles River would be Inadequatefor with only one change of cars for cither
the heart
It affects !
I Office In Fisher's New Brick Block. Clerk Circuit Court. jerniB. was so great. that. lie ,received a
and bowels, causing marked func- Charles A. Young In Harper's Weekly. its wants, but there l is another resource coach passengers or passengers
second floor nickel. or two from. many who heard
Notice.Notice tional disturbances that may result in which Is absolutely unlimited. In sleeolng cars. Passengers spend

DeLand. Florida.. disease. A bilious or jaundiced condition bill pleu. _ _ Tried and round Waatlnar. South of town, and between here and only one night on the road leaving
I ID Is hereby |given that I. as adminis i of the system is very dangerous "I've had so much bad lack" said Jacksonville at 9 o'clock In the
)R. H., D. BRACEY, tratrix do boli" non ot the estate of alibis and should be corrected at once. The Otlirr Side. the gloomy man, "that I lie awake half Long Beach, a great undergroundriver morning
M. Moore;deceased, will apply' to the Count Rydale's Liver Tablets speedily cure "!lt's till very well for the minister to the night thinking about troubles." has been discovered, which from and arriving la Boston the next

ty Judge of Voluoia county KlorliU, at his billlousness. They act specifically on preach from the text. llemeinber Lot's my extensive borings and investigations, evening.To .
DENTIST. oltfoe in DeLand on the 15h( day of, August -' the liver bile bladder bile duct and wife.' Raid an overworked Ulscour- "The cure for that they told' him. all Floridian. who contemplate
A. D. 1904, for authority to sell at a tall to "Is to quit thinking of your own trou can only be compared in volum with
the bowels. They never cure "but I wish lie would the Hub and the metropolis
atoiicLaurine aged *matron% visiting
Block. private sale the following ueaeilbed property from
Office second liver and bowel troubles. Price per bles. Think of other people's. the Mississippi.l Where It comes
towit: Numbers three ((8)) und eight now glie us an encouraging sermon Boston and New
of United States
the !
DeLar, Florida.yOLUSI ((8)in Block No. two ((2))of the Geo. J. Alden box, containing 60 tablets, 22 cents. tln wife's lot. "I'll try it," he saLt l Is a mystery, and as there l is no possible ,
I .ul>-<1lvl11loo..f the Walker Grant as made All Druggists In DeLand and W. B. upon Three months later they met him watershed in the Sierras that York, respectively, they can avail

: A COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. by D: D. Rogers.' C 0 E.,as per' map recordedin Welch, Orange City.It again. could supply It, the theory I is that It themselves of this, the cheapest opportunity .j
Deed Book V" M In the Clerk'solfloe
-. page "Well how did it work?' they asked: Mountains which comprises a stop off .
ol Volnul county, for the ourpoaeofthe comes from the Rocky '.
S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, payment. of'debts. against said estate l Is a hard task for republicans to him. passing under the Sierra Madre In New York that has never been offered
Manager. Actuary. i 1.11:1..11.lIAY.: work up any enthusiasm among the BILIOUSNESS "Didn't do any good he replied.! "I in to the public via all rail routes. I
Adm'x de boats non. of and emptying somewhere ,.
people for Roosevelt and Falubanks. lie awake all night now thinking range and
Rate Jacksonville to Boston return -
of Titlee. Cited July 14tb. 1101.'Executrix other people's troubles."-Chicago Trib-- the bottom of the Pacific. A supply .
.28.59. Rates correspondinglylow
tOO W. Indiana Aye.;- DeLand Fla., Carol Blood ...l Skla. DI..II.....' Human, CONSTIPATION une. could be pumped back from this, but $ ;
Notice. from all other points.
Serofult, Kte. of the before ;
Edema, BY It will be found north city -

. ALFRED HOWARD, 'Motto Is hereby given- that tbe under Send no money simply write and CURED With Hambo."". Mote*. it l Is needed, ani I do not think Business men who can go away only 'J

signed has quttlittpd us the Executrix of tl a try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense. Auctioneer-This. book gentlemen. Is need fear a scarcity of water. for a short tlmeand who desire. to at- '\
I K:..l.ate.ef Jeremiah M.Urath..aod a'l' creditors A personal trial of Blood Balms especially valuable as It contains marginal tend to business at of these points "
r In any
SURVEYOR; lairateea. heirs cud. distributees will In tho of Alexander There l Is said to be water enough
.better than a thousand printed notes handwriting :
present tbelr claims within I IwO years from : stream to Irrigatethe can avail themselves of this rate. i
this underground
DeLandFlorida.: this date 01 the auewllF_ be forever testimonials, so don't hesitate to von Humboldt. A hundred the 3
Trains leave over
barred write for a free sample.If marks are offered. Going-going- whole of southern California, If it

SARAH E. MCGRATU.Thla you suffer from ulcers eczema, Because the liver l is gone I It l Is yours, sir.". could be applied to it. Atlantic Coast Line every morning at
CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OP July II, 11104.) Executrix. scrofula, Blood Poison, cancer, eating t neglected people suffer' (The autograph marginal note by the F. C. AUSTIN. 9 o'clock and every evening 8.05. The -*

I sores, itching skin, pimple?, bolls, with constipation, biliousness, renowned/ scholar was as follows: "This morning train however l is by far the

E. H. HAYWARD bone pains, swellings blood skin rheumatism disease, headaches ana fevers. Colds attack book l Is not worth the paper It is print quickest and best train over that of

/ ---- catarrh advise/ or any to take or Baltic Blood the lungs and contagious diseases ed on.")-London Telegraph. Cruelty to Animals.The other line. Tickets will be on sale .
we you any ..
take hold of the
of the leading Fire Insurance system. It I is safe
Company Agency of America-The Aak ,. Balm (B. B. B.).' Especially recom- to say that if the liver were always ---- Record has been requested to Aug U, 13 and 14, and will be accepted

City property a Specialty. mended for old.-obstlnate. Jeep-seat- kept in proper working order, On. Good Reaooa publish the following City Ordinance for passage up to and Includingmidnight ,.

e" 0 No 908 J3quIvafd, DeLand, ..Fla. ed diseases l ;cases, because malignant Botanic blood Blood or Balm skin illness would be almost unknown.Thedford'a Hogg no -children.Well. I'm Ianatlek-It'mighty glad. Jut I ain'tgot a* In relation to cruelty to animals: on August 17 for the going

'r .. ,- '(B. B. B.) kills\ the poison in the blood. successful in Black-Draught is so well. Hogg-That's whatl Kaustlck: Cruelty to Animals-Whoever overdrives trip out of New York.; Tickets will be' ',

curif where all else falls, heals every because it i is curing without.uch a rival sickness as a Tea., for In these days'of free education overloads, drives' when overloaded good to return to leave Bostoni' not
RYDALE'S TONICA sore!, makes the blood pure and rich, I overworks., tortnrx, torment than 16 or later than
U.. the skin the rich glow of health. I liver regulator. This great family they wouldn't be able to escape some earlier August.
B.gives B. B. the most perfect blood purl- medicine I. not a strong/ and knowledge of grammar, and they'd b* deprives of necessary sustenance cruelly August ,20. Howveer, by depositing ,,
MCA, CUrQIt made. drastic drug but a mild and forever Catholic beat or whip 20 in Boston '
Her Thoroughly tested for !10 correcting you. I or unmercifully any these tickets before August

N/T A T .A i .:. 6qi:)1< :i year Costs 81.00 per large bottle at stipation healthful and laxative may that be taken cures by con a Standard. animal, or causes or procure tha same with the Joint agent and the payment .

has recently been (discovered that drug stores To prove it cures, .ample mere child without possible to be done; and whoever having custody of a fee of 50 cents l these tickets; ,.
of Blood Balm sent free by writing AmbJ...... l.
that Malaria breed
germ produce harm. or charge of an animal either a* owneror will be extended for over a month '
Ga. Describe .
and multiply the Inttlu..ud from Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Wlfey-Do you recollect that once .4f
trouble and free medical advice The healthful action on Ox liver otherwise, Inflict unnecessary' crnel thai) Is until Sept 30.: '
there spread tbou.t -the < ytj*, I when we hud a tlH I said you were Just
by mean of the bin \: This fact explains sent In sealed letter or This Is eoras biliousness.effect It the has an invigorating as mean as you could be? Hubby- t ty upon It, or ride, drives or work it "' The railroads are giving an' addl-i, '

why Malaria. 1* tard-to utua ir ala honest otTer-medicine sent at Because the liver on and kidneys kidnays.do YI'''. darling. Wlfey-Oh. Jame., bow when sick or. unfit for ,work. or 'fail to tlonal accommodation to the ;.public, '.

tbe old method>> of treatment. Quinine, We promptly t'f once, prepaid. not: work regularly:! the poisonous little did I know you thent-Glasgow provide It with proper food drink, this'year In allowing a stop-over In '
Iron etc iUraula4> the) nervvd, "
; the '
\ aolds along with waste from Times. weather
shelter or protection from the New the tickets are -
York provided
build up the blood. but do not destroy Probably the most hated man that the bowel get back into the blood ,. '
the: germs> that : **...: the AlswueyRydale'a eer lived Von Plehve. the Russian and virulent contagion result Treaaon.He hall be punished by' a fine not exceeding deposited in New York with the joint ,,
Tonic hasi ,apaoUla minister of the Interior was assassinated ( 4
effect Imprisonmentnot
. > Timely treatment with Thed. -I wonder If there I. anothet fifty dollars, or by a upon Intestines and bowels, freeing last week. exceeding thirty'day' or I both,, In of $1, '
them 'from ail >dl-..breeding mil modal, ...:-' ford Black-Draught removes the girl In the whole wide world so sweet
crobes. .It asofcil)4! ) .tM, germa...thatf report onP danger which lurk in constipation .as my little sweetheart She-Wbafl the discretion of the Mayor. '
4. Infest the veins and arteries. It drive t nt liver and kidney troubles, and will that How dare yon think of anothel It shall be the duty of the Marshal One of tl'pr.tty.ightain.: orange'IP'O'ftItI

from the blood all poisonous' matter C&STORfA positively forestall the inroads of girl I shan't sneak, to you for and every policeman to see' that 'thissection and heavily loaded tree with
I It ricfc Md iieeisy.iIRYDALES Tf\ Bright'* disease for which dl...- 4 in BamDomlnteChrant t .: ,
and make* \ week.. la enforced In all case* of violation frill...-... seen<>. ">
TONIC 'la a blood For Infant ud Children.:* Sam In advanced! itage there 1 ia -.. :'
> PerMB
where U Gross
no cure. Ask dealer for a 'coming onder their personal nottoe, m.

..-.destroyer.bulldetvaa.Try.- 5eatot It, It will not disp.Point,7o : < ma KM.YBU: I.Ha,.. Always Bought: 85o.Draught.package. of your Thedford' Black-. comfort Borne people the atlllctod hire nit when W.!;' ;*they that groan tu j !an4nsaob. ease* they shall. arrest th. J, *! BttlbT, :I,1.hllll'\' \> an4havej.nne ,. '<.. "'.t : r'.

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r'YOLtiSlA COUNTY 1RECORDL ;r DtL1.'D'K; K I9IeJTiItE.4ThgrowII \ ALL OVER THE- COUNTY, Seville. begin We/ understand making brick the; brick this factory week. The Win "' .tII/o.lIl/.fI.o'f//, !!!, ---\Ifo.IffI."J./-.C"I. \ ... ;._
1"' : is :.erw--: : t:: ce:; ::>8IC;1I'ie::e: :: : : : : ...' y
and prosperity of t building large, well built and sub 'AI '
: r TEllS OF INTEREST WAFTEI T( stantlaT with none of that look. of W
J \_ .,., DeLan4 have been..costant.and J 0 Prevatt had the misfortune las "ready to tumble down"' which so WATTS & MILLER'J'
Entered In the Pos'xiffloe Deljuid, Via: freezes TilE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS week of loosing his horse. many.. even new buildings have in \\I!

as seeond olaas matter. permanent. The great CORRESPONDENTS. Mr WilliamsrOf. Siam, was ualllng on Florida. The making of the brick will J .."- ..
i of 1894\) 'and 1809, which swept friends ((1)) in town Sunday. be quite a curiosity, which we are aU

; B. E. PBEYATT Editor A ProprietorDEMOATITIKET. ., from the face of the earth the Pierson. The whooping cangh Is prevalent anxious to see. m mi fl HARDWARE FURNITURE i!LUNDERTAKINU'

t -- --- -- I orange groves, the great source town.among most all the small children in Coronado.Mr ,

then of the wealth of our people Hiram Ashley is on the sick list this '
( ( week. B B Ranleraon left last week for \Ii

ti checked the growth of the town Mr and Mrs R H Ashley of this place Fort Lauderdale to prepare for a fall Robert Bond from Lake' Helen J \ L.th .
NATIONAL..United of tomatoes. spent Sunday at Seaside Hotel.
and the prosperity of our people paid a visit to Seville Sunday. crop UI.a
1, States euMor.I .. : "But the disaster These woodsmen and loggers/ the Master Curtis Lindstrom of DeLand, Mr and Mrs Brown from'Euatt's spenta LARGE AND COMPLETE 1INH OF"HARDWARE. FCRNInltnre .
JAMES 1'. TALIAFERR ). forrarslurt"perlodi Ashley Company here. shipped 4 carloads Is visiting his aunts Mndames New- while at Seaside Hotel,this,week. \ ; A and Everything for your home the Best and Latest In i'i.'.
f Member of Congreta 2nd lntrlott was some: how bringed over, of logs lust week to Bonds mill. mans and Flower the Market. and oar prices are .. LOW AS POSSIBLE for the ,
FRANK, ULAKK.F' All our guests are enjoying the differ \l''I fine class of Goods we carry. '1Ont| Furniture Department Is three Iiti
.:", Presidential Electors.II. I other crops were made, trucking C K Jones and daughter Miss Ads Miss Ida Groover a pretty young ent sea foods such as fish clams crab, doors north of our Hardware Store and when In need of anyth*. In'i'
f and farming were engaged in, and Mis I O arches attended preaching 1 lady, of Orinond is visiting her grandma eto. onr lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either dt>i>urtment '.;
at Garden Saturday and ,, Mrs B Richardson.H uJ We have the need and will \"
.. IT. A\IKNNINOS.: and natters went on smoothly Spring Mr Falter and family from Inter- goods you satisfy you or your
J. U.: B. KOONCK, !Sunday.: nowart was called to DeLand first laken are in the Berry cottage for a UI money back. ,''ii
1 ''A. B. NBWTON and easily and the town kept on The friends of Mrs Jake Harper, who of last week on account of the death of; month. Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. UI
: IT. B. BTONEMANBTATH. his slater Mrs Clifton.
growing, the people ceased talk- baa been quite sick at her home will be A.party from the beach went over to

For Governor.. > ing about hard times. The last pleased to learn that she is greatly im D B Manley and F Gantler knightsof New Smyrna Saturday eve to the con. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. t t
'" proved. the grip were calling on our merchants cert Riven by New Smyrna Band. Al
: B. BRUWARU. few years DeLand has made as Capt John Horn the blacksmith, and first of the week. report a very enjoyable evening. .1q Mr. J. A. Stith a graduate. .

:\. Secretary of 8tst substantial growth as she ever Hans Anderson night watchman at Miss Katie Poppell visiting In San -_. \, of one of the finest Embalming -' ,.!
H.CLAY CRAWFORD. Aloo spent the Sabbath here with ford. taking her niece Myrtle down to United Confederate Veterans.Lorlng \'J' School of the country, is in \
Attorney-General did before the freeze. The or- their families see its father M\ C Hall. Camp. No. 1088, United Con. ':),' charge of this department and r ,'.J'
WILLIAM H. ELLIS. will and careful .
are now coming back federate Veterans held a monthly prompt
ange groyes These pleasant folk Mrs M M Miner
W II McBride returned the latter of
i attention to detail tbll'1
meeting at the every _
Comptroller. court honse
t A. C. CKOOM. into bearing, but the field and and Emporia charming were visitors daughter/ to Miss Mr Marie and. Mrs of part of last week from a few weeks' last. Commander W. S. Thayer on. Tuesday being \Ai work. mIi
visit at his mother's at Ga.
State Treaeurer.WILLIAM the garden and the summer, Jake Harper Saturday. Alley absent First Lieut. Commander L; E.
r- V. KNOTT. of Miss Etta Stone .n charming. yonng Causey was the presiding officer. A \ Funeral Supplies mT
fruits are yet sources revenueto Tatum brothers. R J and I J Bishop call of the roll showed
;:; Public Instruction. lady of Eldridge l is spending a few days a quorum \
i, Superintendent the people and they should and D F Morrison turpentine mann. with her sister Mrs R D Raulerson. In attendance twelve being the num Always in Stock.Never .
W. M. HOLLOWAY.Commissioner 'actnrers, paid ont $1,200 to their hands ber. There was no business of Importance \
:,: of Agriculture continue to be. While you are In this section Saturday. Master Janias Gowdy returned home before the Camp except the consideration . Li,1 '
B. K. MCLIN.'Railroad taking of the tree do first of last week. after a ten days' visit of two applications for mem ,.iiJ __ __ ..->8I _
: orange John Hall who for a long time has
with Mrs W A Baker at New Smyrna.We .
bership, one from J.' C. Keller and the
other industriesthat condncted a wagon supplying our
JOHN L. MORGAN. neglect citizens with fresh meat etc. continues .. are having nice showers now other from I. N. Russell, both Daytona

r Justlos FBNW1CK Supreme Court-SIx TAYLOR.: Tears. freeze.have Keep paid these you industries since the clean to: make meat.A !Saturday: rounds with awful nearly. every by the day farmers. which on are their well sweet appreciated men.ted to membership Keller was, unanimously while owing to admit.some ...:"' _e::.fI.o/!!!' .C_:. _e::.C_:. ,co.:_.C-.CC.CC-.CC_:. : _._:. _...... _. .'..:... ...

potatoes. informalities which! will be corrected UI'I
Justice Supreme Court. going and thus make yourselfand most pleasant outing party to De by t the next meeting: the application of Before ,>
", 'ROBERT B COTKEREU-SHACKLEF3RD Land[ last week was composed of Mrs T H Prevatt wife and two sons and I.[ N. Russell was laid over until that jj jjf
J.I HUM B. HI'rFUCLD.AS S. : the county more prosperousand Peter Pierson of this place and Mrs J J Mrs C G Prevatt and son are spending{ time when it will doubtless meet with a Ui i
Never Bishop and little daughter Gertrude ot a few weeks at Pablo, enjoying the surf like favorable considerationThe
independent. again fifjt
carried (,
Have more
(, :C0uN'rY.Circuit Bakersbnrg. seabreezes.. Camp then adjourned to meet on (f\ we a

Court Juiltfe. depend upon the orange or any A good congregation worshipped in Mrs\ B E Crews and children returnedto the first Tuesday in November> next. ( Complete Stock of :
; MINOR S. JONES. single industry as a lone source the Methodist church Sunday afternoon their home in Hawthorne Thursday. L. E. CAUSEY
State Atlornuy. where. the venerable able pulpit Her mother Mrs C I I. Moody ac 1st Lieut. Com., Acting Com. :l lID
of It is wonderful
revenue. simply *
"' C. JONES.!: divine. Rev Isaac O Bishop preached a companied her as far as Pttlatka. BENNETT Adjutant.The <*$ >
t j RepresentativesOHAS. how well the people have goton splendId sermon. ---
; L HMITH.T. Master Charlie Benton who has been :Mnnn! Name Honored at Lakeland.
.. \, bl'ARKMAN.' since those great freezes. After a residence at this place of upward assisting his nncle A M Flowers In his (Lakeland Ne_ ;JJM Everything for your home .the latest in style-the best ttHi \
'. ;) County Judge But this has been done and of 15 years, Mrs Catherine Carl tore, spent the latter part of last week ) that is made. We want to take you through this departfai\
;, apparently son sold out her property and effects with his mother Mrs N S Lidstroin ineLand. The News desires to make a snggeetlon ?7' ment of our Store You will find the goods you want and .,.
: J. L MCCRORY. easily. Of course other and moved back to her former home in > to onr authorities and a suggestion (,f\ at prices that /,ftjjj
J.'"\, Clerk or Circuit Court which should have been made
HAM'L D. JORDAN agencies, the investment of capital Philadelphia last week. A B Prevatt returned home Monday by somebody long ago It is this, that CAN'T BE DUPLICATED ,
S Sheriff and the keeping up of large Jones brothers Absalom, Samuel and after a month's visiting in Georgia.. the name of Lake Morton be changed to jgJ f
JOHN R. TURNER. David three of Piersoii'a toremoBt and New York and the Catskill Mountains, Lake Mum It is a well known fact ." " " "
Tax Collector interests here have been great :successful planters are busy hauling and, reports a pleasant voyage to and that; Mr. A. G. Munn is one of the
'i I). 1'ERKINH SMITH. factors in the city's and her people's ''ont and fertilizing and preparing their from Jacksonville and New York. 'onnderu of Lakeland; has been active J\!.| Undertakers and Embalmers !/J5,
muck gardens for fall and winter crope. i In the development of the town has
Mrs J T the latter ;
Tax: AalleallOr history since the disastersof 'I spent partof
;j S. I R. WILSON. Justice of toe. Peace Jim Cade of i lust week with her daughter, Mrs R given aid to every public enterprise and &, Full Line of Fine Goods IjJq :
TreasurerJ. a few years ago ; and were it Little Egypt in West Pierson transacted C Woolwine in DeLand. Her little baa been prominently identified with
Counly business in town Monday. We daughter Marie who has been there fora the; growth and progress of oar town. hand. .
not for this today the business are \ Always on /(\
J. VINZANT. pleased with Jim; he is a dyed-in,the month returned home with her Sun Mr. Mann is now an old man and some ,
L County Superintendent interests of DeLand would suffer wool Democrat in season and out of of these dan Lakeland will lose qne of
BCHT FISH. day.We the; best friends that she ever had and g :;
{ County SurvejorTHOS. now. With the groves com season.J are pleased to note that T C here: should be something to perpetual. J. F. ALLEN & CO.

Y. DHUDY.Countv ing back into bearing, and other A Erickson's hustling traveling task, who has been In the hospital in Iy remind our people. after Lakelandhas '
agent Lewis Leverette was in this place Macon, Ga. for the past three weeks become a large: city. of tbe man
I'omnjlRBlonera, sources of revenue looked after with is 'f'ffIIfo.o! -'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-' ''-'-'-'-'-'"
District No 1 R II. BROOKE. and Seville last week waging a most and typhoid fever. slowly recover. who was identified with its very earliest ;;:; e::e::e::eo:e::e::eo:e::e::e::ee; ::ee-: e\ '
there; is indeed a promising nccessfnl repair war on disabled sew- lug hopes are entertained for his ilstory.
District No FRANK G. HuND.Dl.trmt machines pianos and mn l- speedy recovery.L If we have been informed
.. jug organs. correctly
: >.o 8-W. H. MLUKlUfc.: future for DeLand and her
11 District No 4-TUOS. L. 'IrOIMJERS peo cal: instruments along his house.to. Pealing' three small girls came the; Morton's; from whom tbe most
District No _'IHUS.:, J. MURRAY. ple. The growing of peachesand house firing line visits. tear being bitten a few days ago by a beautiful lake in our town gets its
Members School Board the shouldbe About twelve couples of young folk huge highland inoccaain while playingIn name have never done one solitary
trucking industry
Platrlut No 1-JOHN 1. CHANDLER: chaperoned by Mr and Mrs John DilUrd their play house near. their house. thing to advance the interests of the Not Drink
.. District Nn:2-U .:. f AUHKY. encouraged by all the peo. of Eldridge, enjoyed a very agreeable There have been several moccasins and town.; They have contributed nothing Why
", District No 3-E. F. KNAIPE.I pIe. These bring into promenade and hop Thursday evening rattlers killed in and near this piece in to any public enterprise, have not even ,'.
money leaf. Capt W H Hill and S W Bishopof the past week or ten days. made any effort to imnrove their own PURE WATER ? .
the section during the summer that place contributed much cheer- -.- -- property here and have simply sat idly --- -- ----- -- ..
The report that Judge Parker fullness and pleasure to the jollity of by and seen property which coat them 'FIlE Orange City Mineral Spring Water Is unsurptssed la purity, being
I season when the orange trees are he music and plays.1lIss Orange City. only $1.33 per acre increase In valne a absolutely free from organic matter and possessing mineral properties .
jumps into the Hudson and takesa program until it has become especially beneficial cues of kidney and liver trouble. ,
with the an independent
coming on young fruit. \ Mary Harper. one of the fair This water has. received Haltering endorsement from such men as Eras- r.t
bath morning has started I fortnne, and that too without any effort tut U. Smith Belolt Belult Wisconsin, one
every flowers of West Pleraon. terminated a professor chemistry. ,, College ,
country Rumor that there is another
\' 1'latt and Odell after the vote of Throughot the DeLand pleasant month's outing with relativesand in says on their part. or tbe beat chemists In this country; J.B. Ogden,director New t ork,and
wedding prospect very soon. Why should Lakeland perpetuate otbein.
enjoys the distinction of being a friends in Jacksonville and Pablo
i i. the unwashed. arrival Mr Lnkena' and daughter will be their names? What have they dona to Dr.Boynton of Cleveland Ohio, writes: "It la the purest spring water .
model town ; no saloon, an educational Beach Friday. Upon her at this down this fall into their merit remembrance In the years to known to m.... I am using I and recommending It toothers. It only needstrial
place she was tendered an evening reception early to move convince tbat ll has table water."
,f. Come: Let's change the name of Lake a to anyone no superior as a
Wisconsin Democrats will try centre, the [seat of the by her host of friend*at the new location.Mr Morton to Lake Mnnn Truly there Many people have visited Orange City by advice or their physicians: for
home of her brother and sister-in,law the 1'UrpoBnof' teatlng tbe Mineral Spring: Water deriving great benettt from
1 their luck again with the author John B. 'Stetson University, a Ir and Mrs J A Harper. and Mrs J M White drove home will be no voice raised in protest. its uoe. The water la. drawn from a subterranean Spring 117 feet bel'iw the
progressive and refined popula. rom the beach last. Monday morningby All Lakeland loves and honors Mr. surface, la very palatable and altogether the Beat Water to be found in the
,( of "Peck's Bad Boy" as candidate Miss Gracie Grlggs an attractive and moonlight. tlnnn. Lakeland hardly knows any of South

7 for Governor. He was ion, ,ideal place for rearing and charming young lady of Seabreeze was the Mortons. Tbs Orange City Mineral Spring! Water received tbe only diploma at tbe
the of that excellent Air Frank S Taylor and Mrs\ Taylor Jacksonville la
"- delightful guest ---- StJte Fair at In competition with many other dlaplaya. It

: elected Governor in 1802 when education of your children, a de- young lady. Miss Frederica Peterson of returned home from the Beach last now being bottled and sent out by the Orange Ulty Mineral Spring Company,

t" Republicans were split into ightful place for winter:, )home, his place last. week. Miss Qrlggs is week Thursday.Miss Fourth Annual ExcursionTO put up In addreaaORANGE attractive style In cases of 13 half-gallon bottles. For further information -
popular and made a boat of friends
very Alma Halliday. has been quite
acrimonious factions, and now a charming winter resort, fine and admirers here during the week's sick since being at the beach and was CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,

f they are in! .the' same fix! ,again.! hotels, beautiful home's, shady, pleasant tended a sojourn.meeting of While the ladies here she sewing at. obliged to call in the doctor. MOUNTAIN ADD SEASHORE RESORTS, C. A. BULLEN, ,Mgr. Orange City, Fla.

shelled streets, twenty miles of circle. Mrs Dunlap. has bought the Bengtson AND

.r The nomination of Jo Folk for shelled roads, golf, fishing and The excellent' Mnlllgan Guards enjoyeda cottage, which was occupied by the WASHINGTON, D. O.
'enns last winter, and will make im-
Governor of Missouri has boating good markets and and delightful oyster supper and smoker
repelled festival Saturday afternoon. given at irovements. Wednesday, Aug. i7, 1904

: thousands of boodlers of both all the facilities for your pleasure their promenade teepee on depot street Miss Ida Highsmith was married to VIASOUTHERN
"if parties. But the shout of enthu. comfort and happinessthat The lads also took a little beer and Mr George Rubson of Lake Helen, on DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works
lemonade for their stomachs sake, but Sunday evening at the home of her .
.: siasm throughout the state indicates you will find in towns several they were not in evidence so far as inter Mrs Webb in Enterprise. Rev from Jacksonville
;: that there are good times larger.; A fine systemof noise bluster and swearing were con Palmer of Cassia performed the ceremony J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager
many cerned. Joseph Powell John Bradstmw of tying the nuptial knot. Ashevllle, NO .. .......... ...$13 00
t people left there determined to water works, electric lights, and other knights of /good chums furnished Mr and Mrs Lewis and Abbeville 8 C ._..... ... .... 11 00 DRESSED
elect the 'famous foe ( dairies, etc. the oysters and cigars. The lads ,law of Mr and Mr&DieffenbHch.daughter son Anderson. S 0.. ... .... ..... .. 11 4i) LUMBER
;1 ? corruption. wrestled jumped ran loot race and last n week visit came their: Brevard N C. ... ... ......... ieee AND ROUGH
: The ,town will again soon be a ode the critter automobile of good Wednesday the Hotel. Mr to Lewis left Cross Hill SO .. .... ...... ... 18 00
luck without a fall and bad a rip,roar- I parents this week at for the flat Rock N a. .. .... ........ It 20 Ceiling, FlooringSiding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding!,Window ana
,to: During the slaughter of the great orange producing center, tug time and went home hy moonlight.A or Georgia. Mrs,peach Lewis growing remains region with Greenville S C. .... .. .... .... 12 10 Door Frames, Newel Poet, Balusters, Mantels Turned Porch Columns, etc. .
and the fruit is as choce as grown! very pleasant occa lon. being the i her lendersonvllle'N C. .. ...... 1280 Shedding for Groves and Fineries. faT Crates. and Box Material a specialty
South republic British men-of- in the State.A ladies Swedish Lutheran church sewing parents. Indian Springs, Ga. ...... .. .... OOOanrens Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.
war. seized American of ircle's meeting at this place Thursday Dr Robinson la going North on 8 C.. .. ... .......... 11 00
cargoes afternoon. The circle took possession .Thursday to be absent a month and to Lake Toxnway, NO..... .... .... 14 80 DELAND, FLORIDA.
'f flour, wheat, and canned goods of the pleasant domicile of Mr and Mrs visit, his "cousins, sisters l and aunts." -noir. N C... .... ...... ... ..... 18 2l
without the' slightest h itation.t' NEWSPAPER AND THE CUIZEX. Augustus Hag trom on Rosengreen. He will visit Connecticut. Rhode land .incolnton. N C.... .. .... ... 18 00
In speaking of what Ave. where they beld their weekly and Massachusetts and will meet the Lookout Mountain Tenn... .... 18 80
:t', Now England exhibits great a newspaper business working. At 5 o'clock the faintly association at Plymouth on the Marion, NO.. ..... .. .... ... .. 18 00 BOND
". wrath because her vessels in the :. > is worth to its town and dining room class called them from Utb of August. klonteagle, Tent .. ..... ........ 1805 LUMBER COMPANY.
its section and the cooperationof labor to refreshment and they did not :Now Fred Graham that he is Ocean View Va.. .. ... ......... 111 80
.W lied Sea are subjected to the I" says Old Point Comfort. Va ......... 80
fall to do full justice to the excellent not going to raise the roof to his house 18 Will quote you prices and supply yon from their yards near the depot at Del
'f. same treatment. the citizen :.with the newspaper tea, coffee and choice eatables. Their but he do it, because The Rntberfordton, N C ..... .... .... 1800 with the best and yeUow pine '
to cypress
ought Saluda, NC .... ...... ... .
in its field of work club don't keep an old tough starved of those .. 1.110.:
National :' an exchange tin can eating lodge goat or donkey to Record says so will, and be the legs of the Sewanee. Tenn ................. 14 99 ; Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings Turnings -
committeeman Nor. says t iide when initiating new candidates, growing windows boys kicking which ont would bead Spartanbnrg.SC ..... ......... 12 10 ,
f": man E., Mack thinks the Democrats The' '"duty of the I like the Freemasons. for them pretty in soon cold, Virginia. Beach Va. .... ........ 18 80 SHINGLES LATH ETC.All
: will :win \ ? newspapers PiersoBS punctual, and remarkably, a night. I Tryon NO... .... ...... .... .... 12 10 .
by carrying,the' to advertise'nd, i push) ,its. city popular depot agent, Jim L Bailey de- Mr Wm Kolman's house,on the hill Walhalla S C. .. .... ... ...... 12 28 Lumber Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered. .anywhere in th ". ..
solid South, the, border states of or town, and it $is. the duty of patted> from this place Tuesday afternoon was struck by ,lightning during the Warm Springs Ga ... .. ... .... 000 I' --.
West, : for a month's outing at his former shower last Monday evening and was Waterloo S C(Hams Lithia Spg) 13\ 00
'f" Kentucky, 'Virginia and every citizen thereof to maintainthe home in Hartwell, We imaged to the extent of a hdndred dol- WsynesvlUe, NO. .. .......... .. 14 211
Maryland, and New'York, New newspaper in this work.- see him leave but Georgia.he wants regretto to see lars or more. The chimney was torn White Stone 8 0 (Wbitestone LI- ...... ............. ...... ..... ... ...

; Jersey 'Connecticut mama and He has discharged out and every room was entered and this Springs/ ) ...... ........ 19 10
and Indiana. .One reason why many of the the duties of papa.his office with both credit two of the veranda posts were shattered Washington D. C,.. .... ........ 2390
: lIe thinks we 'also have. a fighting Southern newspapers do not have to himself and the railroad company. as well as some of the studding. The above rates are for the roundtrip .j I TEE w. BOND co .

:: chance in' Illinois, Colorado more influence in this is TheN is not an agent employed on the Mrs Jas Walden baa bought; the Tickets will be sold Wedn-l.: .,. -
respect August 17th. 1904 only with final limit ,
and Idaho. road that has given more complete building occupied by Dr Robinson and
'I Li' that a large proportion of the satisfaction than the hustling Jim< will make some improvements when to return any time up to and including : Manufacturers of
: Bailey and with his efficient pains. they return in the faiL Mr Walden September 1, 1904. *
,: citizens
; The tariff question is not in- expect newspaper to taking assistant, Albin Haf{ trom. they ias. rented Mr Bengtson's building For detailed information sleeping careservations a
''(:;', comprenhenBible,. Republicans do it all." These citizens over. have handled the -pretty fair business which was occupied by Mrs Dunlapand etc., apply to. Orange Box Material Pineapple Crates Peach J JS
ri-: :. ,;,: insist upon the tariff primarily look the'' fact'that'every ,'ma'lns Ing with to as do much and ease they as have if they always had noth-with occupy Mrs it Palmer while making last winter repairs and to their will Dlst Pass. Agl. 108 W. Bay St.. =;: Crates, Orange and Peach,Baskets, Strawberry' -

t ( for protection and incidentally or should be an advertising agentin care and push kept the yards, depot, new purchase. Jacksonville Fla.nsure ; .
etc, swept clean end a perfect model of Baskets, 1
/: :; for revenue ;; Democrats advocatea himself, that he' should avail eatness and convenience. Mr Hagstrom --- I with us. '" _, ... .

:' tariff prim..rily.for 'revenue himself of every'' opportunity to beence will hold the depot fort In Mr Bailey's Lake Helen.Mr Now is the time. ; Orders Filled..Promptly ..and.shipped .Any '

1't! and incidentally for protection. speak well, of his city or town -a p a- where.

:-< In other words, Democrats would :and direct their attention to the Osteen.Capt beach: Rob Bond spent Sunday at the jl'Ot cash (or losses. ;; n UlilUI I 'i ,f Od.1.. tf., r .

advantages i offers those who U should be protected.R Address t. t.i
anxiously :guard the tax Miss Gertrude Weitlake is .
payer spending .
are' ''seeking' investments Phil Leonardy spent last week Insured!? i THE 'E W. BoNoCO. =
and the consumer or a week at Coronado the guest of Mrs you j.T.E.J j. '
.. homes: It is true tt' newspaper 10 8t Augustine and Miami. Albert Hurst. "" .,. --, ...

The'Presidential nominations I shoutd'take''the'lead in this work Herbert Patillo of Sanford Is spend- Marjorie Mace ,and Corinne Peltonare Every company reliable. = It'' 'Lake Helen, Fla.
borne folk this
lug a few days 110 i. -
just back from Coronado, and they 110 ,
: have caused an immense revolu- 1 becausethey have the facilitiesfor week.' report no and a fine time ,\,y hen does your policy,expire!? "- '
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Visa Addle Pattillo spending this .66. .. ...
tioninNew; :, ,York City newspapers circulating the desirable inform week in Sanford the gnert of Mrs We are having flue weather' this I I. jour policy force? !

,, 10 ''the two'l..st"c&m.' tlofi". But they should be Gate summer the nights delightfully cool. lepbone number sixteen. ,
.and with plenty of Ice cream and cake, T
",)t, paigns th Journal was the only supported? by the Individual Mr Joe Lefils of Jacksonville'spent to live the '
PMt of Tuesday and Wednesday in I we hope through summer. HON ,INSURANCE AGENCY. 1'JpeAtting, Tin rooting, Gut

;:\V' large New York paper- that supported citizens as weH,,as",the,,commercial )steen. soiling dry goods. I Mr and Mrs Myen. who came here j I 'EGGL'ES"3enW.and spouting.. Pump

\:;t ., Bryan. Now, all of.them, : .organizations to the end that Mrs T D Snmmerlln returned last from northern Ohio a few years ago U will find us at and tanks "
and the Macy place sooth -repaadweiIs
bought just
week from Port Orange, where she ,
"ftit: > except, the. Tribune,. Press and their city or town shall be known pent two weeks visiting her parents. of Lake Helen, are'building them a fine Stetson and DeLand. .. 'to *der.' .Repairing "maaldtll

.. ,Mail..support'Barker.; 'Some, of far and wide as '.'good place to Mr Millard Pattillo left her last Friday new hou e. :

.the papers,:which( opposed,:Bryan, !.live; And'J Jn. !Jich.to' do business.: for Atlanta, Ga, to accept a position Mrs Noble and Miss Rosa Noble are ". Tinsmith & Plumber.Unds.1'Satisfaction; guaranteed. .
with this W J Goran Tobacco Co. pending the sninmnr In the mountainsf f
_,,; and revinow: friendly to.Parker North Carolina., Add Carl and Miss MANN'S' Shops next .door west"ofbank .Indiana I
I' .I: ,/ <* ., -. -' '_ Mr Coo Sauls and daughter Mrs DatrU .. : Avenue.DON'T .
.' aret,. ,tbe .--Times'the--Bun,,*,the I' ,.Thererwill ,be. a.;ringing document retained to DeLand Monday after Kate Noble are j with their brother ,

:H rahrf i fJhtt, ;!tUu-Z :itunltlie;': coming from).Judge Parker pending ten. -tevsral' weeks at their place Mason in can't-get-away's northern Connetticut.The having Salt Sick Remedy'for '" .

,. rvrort4//' .:Evenhig, Post' ;>!ndtb next'1'week-his1'1 formal ''acceptance Mr arMs and wife of Coooannl rather good times this summer are after Cattle at F Ro T : '

*''BrooHyn' Eagle "\1't'Ia"a of nomination tendered Grore spent several days her last ...ek aU. Two weeks ago MM Moo enter- '.wU 'b' Wopk."
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with UM family of Caps Clyatl of the E I timid, and last week Mrs Arthur :PI 5 t ER'S' DRUO"STOII3I ,q Q !
be.v," QII''c"'f' bhn'b the Sr, >convention., _.0 a a. PoiSon entertained with porch party. '. II

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. The August term of the criminal

6.' A. Dreka & Cot AronCw'dlspl.yln! court Mr.convenes Jack Stlth next returned Tuesday Monday from ,, .

some new TUB IMrOBTANT r !NEWS ITEMS OF a business. visit to Jacksonville. At Cost c (

THE PAST WEEK. Mrs. E. T. Gross waa hostess of the M EL'nOy't '

MATTINGS: and RUGS Cranford Club Wednesday afternoon For a Few sAT. .; 1
Mr. Osteen the I
Which have been purchased for their fall trade. Local aaa Mashy: 1&._ fur tho Fo |>l*'. was at county seat ?

Especial attention is call to our P...I-.... Mention .fbF ._.. ar from the south end. the first of the week.

Robert Jones was at the county peat A Great
Sees : our R port... Many ,
from the Spring Garden section Tues

which are now on sale at half price. Dr.-Mellette's,Remedies at AHen'i. day.Mr.
Dan Blackwelder was at the
Shirts that were (GOo and 7So ItQn I I Those that were 81.00 and 40/>' I\ Notice change in the ad of the popular county seat from the north end the DRY GOODS

now reduced to.. an \ tl.23 are now Belling for .. u !St.: Elmo first of the week. e? *

OREA..BAROAINS IN DRESS GOODS Mr. J. B. Conrad was in town from Mr. John Fadyter wall home over "

Glenwood Monday.Mr. Sunday. last the guest of his brother
*" Goods that were 20c, 18o and Mr. W. B. Fodger. ,
8e I. V. Waterman of Glenwood was "
lOo reduced to.. .. _. In the of ;
I are now '1 in town the first of the week. Miss Lillie May Cleveland left the first way

ASK TO SEE OUR BARGAINS Mr., and Mri. John F. Cnlp were in of will the visit week for several for Lake weeks.City, where she .

town from Spring Garden Monday.Mrs. COLORED LAWNS
Wanted-A few mnslo pupils; charges ,
; S. W Johnston and children .
reasonable At residence of Judge Mc.
\ left last Saturday for Tallulab Falls, Ga. Crory. ETHEL STRANGE PRINTED MUSLINS, etc. .

THE COUNTY VOLUSIA'S Mr. E. T. Gross left the /first of the Capt. D. F. Morrison and little son ''I

week on a business trip to Lexington, drove to DeLand from Barberville last And Some Ladies and Children's Shoes.
COMMISSIONERS.Tax SCHOOL BOARD Ky. Tuesday returning in the afternoon. -"

Mr W, O. Cannons returned Saturday !' Editor Pratt of the 8eabr..ege and PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Phone 17 :l

Additional 'f lll1hur. Aligned to the from his( trip to St. Lonla and the Col. C. C. Post were visitors to the
AsHesHor Wilson Increases Assessment (j
NchoolH of the Went. connty seat from Seabreeze the first of H S i
Turpentine Laude 110000. County. the week. t t
The school board held its regular Rev. J. W. West and Mr. John M.
The County Commissioners held their Conrad were in town from Glenwood Mr. Byron Ecclea, the handsome prescription '
regular monthly meeting this week monthly meeting last Monday and Toes. Tuesday. clerk at Fisher'a drug store, BRONK DIVORCE Mr. Sam Peacock was at the county SPECIAL NOTICE J
with all members and the
day present seat from the north end tbe first of the
with all members present took in the great Carnival at Minnie. The next visit of ',
in week.
following bnslnoe transacted: Judge McCrory waa over Orange last week. CASE SETTLED.The
County Tax Assessor Sam B. Wilson Commissioner Knappe and the Super' county the latter part of the week on Ask for Brill's No 1074 children's DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA

was ready for his books, .assessment of intendent reported that they had visit. legal bq lne s Contractor Cairns haa mechanics at hose; beet for the money, 121 to 17o per THE
the county for 1004, to be work putting in new underpinning and Case Figured Consplcuosly In
by the property Commissioners, which approved .1 Holly Hill, and had agreed with the Dr: and Mr*. JTUhtr and Mr. S, D. sills to Hotel Putnam and doing other Volusla Circuit Court. pair.The family of County Commissljner Eye, Ear lost and Throat Surgeon, ';

done without alteration Trustees there upon the proposed addition Jordan and family left Thursday for repairs to it. McBride are spending a couple of to DeLand. will be
was to their school building. Highlands, N, C. months at his former Georgia home.A .
Mr. Wilson the books will show Mrs. Belle Coulter and Misses Marion The Pensacola Journal of July 80th :
says Chairman Chandler and the Superintendent M. of fine new lot of hosiery received Saturday, Aug. id. .
Increase In valuation of the Attorney Geo. Powell Jackson. and Bessie leave this week for Pena says: by
an property
reported( that they had drawn ville at DeLand legal bralness cola The famous Bronk divorce suit Brill this week; also a beautiful lot of
that of last of about was on where they visit Mra. Conlter'asinter "
connty over year warrants to balance accounts of specialtax the first of the week. Mr. J. E. Stlllman. which figured In Florida courts for new linen effects stationery, 33 to GOo "Spray Pumps. ;:
Mr box and less
OOOO increase. in bulk.
f" a healthy per
school district trustees, and also I some time about three yeurs ago, has
Wilson increased the assessment of that contract had been made withJ. T. Mr. Walter Purdom, now living at Mrs. Fred Smith entertained the De- at lust been settled, Mr,. Bronk securing ALL KINDS OF :

landiin the county owned by torpen- Clnke for the building of the addition to Palm Beach ia spending several weeks Land Ladies' Card Club last Friday afternoon alimony from the estate Take No ChancesOf
tine operatora $80,000, and he ia Inter. with old Volasia friends. and Mrs. Elmer McBride, will amounting to $0.000. PUMPSFOR ]
DeLaod. school for $3,500. The board be the hostess this week. The nice was one of the most Interesting
ested in one of the large. navel stores Lota of rain baa fallen in this sectionin the white fly to this
rehearsed In the of brining
ordered warrant drawn for $1,000, aa Mr. Odum Fanning left the first of ever courts ALL KINDS OK
.... concerns himself, being an incorporatorand board's agreed rata, of the $8,500. the past two weeks, and it la makingall the Mtate.ln which a former wife who away for yeur ,
pro the week to visit his old home at
Treasurer of the DeLand Naval kinds of vegetation jump. Springfield Will divorced, endeavored to have tbeI""I'I'e Citrus Nursery Stock. You can SPRAYING.FIELD
The sum of $23 WaR appropreated for S. 0., before returning to .
Stores Co. which has thousands Emory < set aside, seemingly with get just what want in the
acquired you
repairs to Port Orange school building The orange growers over the county College to resume bis studies Hronk'H periiilHHlon which would hove
of acres of timbered Il\ndsln the and $10 for a similar purpose to McGlon Ira feeling happy over the prospects ofa left tile seeonil wife lii anything but a Nursery Line, all New, Choice FORCE PUMP CO. ,
county, mostly located north and north school building. good crop of the golden fruit. : Thomas Murray! County Comiuiaaionea pli'iiKlnK position Stock, by inquiring
east of DeLand and between here and from the New Smyrna district, The HiH-ond wife finally secured alimony A. C. HAYNES, H. J. MAQRUDER,
and Port Pipe and pump was ordered for the School Commissioner Knappe came was here this week attending, the In the courts In the sum of $100 DeLand.or .
Daytona Orange He ia also '
school at Turnbnll. over from Daytona Monday and attended Angnst session of his board. per month, but was unable to collect Edward Zanders. Oak Hill, Fla.
Secretary of the Consolidated Land Co. The Superintendent was Instructed to the August session of the board. 'I'I the Manic, resulting( In the arrest of Agent Volusla and Brevard Counties
of Jacksonville.wblcb owns large bodies order desks for school New County Commissioner Thomas L. Brook but the latter who was In the
of land in Volnsia.. at Smyrna. The young ladies of town gave a, Rodgers, of the Daytona district was custody\ of the sheriff left the town

The following road reports' were Petition from patrons Ponoe Park complimentary dance to the yonng men I here the Brut of the weeK attending the mill went another state J>> EJ
school relative. to supervisor was read at the Aquatic Club last FriJay night. I 1 Angnat session of the Hoard.I Since then the cane has been In the
made" by the commissioners: General and action deferred until next meeting. courts of different states, twice going
repairs. to roads In dlutricta one and An Appropriation of $100 was made I Mr. John Vinzant Is now behind the !I Mr. Frank Taylor waa in town fromi to the supreme' court, but Mra. Bronk T

three; repairs to Daytona. .and Oruiondroad for addition to the Ormond school. counters of the Paxton grocery tore, i Orange City their/ t of the week. He was never able to collect the amount Best Shoes .
of awarded her the .
alimony court.Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor returned the tatter by
and and Port Orange hIS the
Daytona new engagement beginning on
Communication from J. R. Cole .
wee Brook died about eight or nine
part of the week from a stay at Coronado -
roads< and progress on Daytona and read and /filed, let inat. Beach. niDiitlm since, and the alimony, of

New Smyrna road. Petition from citizens of Bnlow asking County Commissioner Rufus D. course, ecaxml.' The son took np the ON BOTH SIDES
I Judge I. A. Stewart haa been appointed mutter with Mrs. lironk the amount a ";
The from citizens of Port
petition that school there be reestablished Brooke waa from Osteen the first of 's<
; up by the management' of South Florida being .due with accrued Interest and attorney's > OF THE EARTH ;
Orange In reference to public roads was referred to Knappe and the Super the week attending the August term of fees' amounting to something i
Fair, to be held at Tampa In November,
read andiled./ intendent. the board. I like iiOUO.. ...............................
aa one of the Judges of exhibits, and the
Rifle bonds were issued to W. p The following additional appoint. It' von intend to pnrohaae citrus Judge haa Attorney :Marsh, of this city, was
) one of counsel for Mrs. Bronk, and ho
Hall. R. B. Monroe and R. M. Bond. ments of teachers worn made: nursery stock, choice varieties in fine
has received Information from Hart
Maude Barron, who has been a UUlalho"crs
DeLand Telephone Co was granted DeLand-Geo. W Hulvey, Principal. condition, read the ad of A. C. Haynes very efficient teacher in the public ford Conn., of a settlement of the
right to construct and maintain tele Holly: Hill-A. T. Browning Principal on this page. judgment from the estate of Mr. FOR MEN.
schools this
of connty for a number of
K phoneUne from DeLand to Beresford ; Mrs. I. M. Mabbette, Ethel West- Mr. Robert Boyd has returned from a Bronk.
years, has been selected by the School
road. assistants. to the World's Fair and the West
all trip
along public ,
Board of Dade to take charge. of the This Is the famous Bronk case that I
8. V. Hough was granted the right to Hawks Park-Mrs. t. A. Bennett. and Is back at his duties in the Volnaia eighth grade in the Miami school. figured some time in the circuit court (Queen dlnalftg

construct and maintain along public Midwood-Winnie Linguist County Bank. of this county. I

road' a telephone line from DeLand to B..rberville-Ne1lle. Fnren. ,Mrs Frank S. Sams came over from Mr. Lee Osteen, one of Uncle Sam's The court allowed Mrs. Bronk $100 FOR LADIES.FOUNTAIN.

Lake. Helen via. Wlnneioissett and the Spring Garden-Mackey Sheddon. New Smyrna the latter part of the efficient railroad mail clerks, runningon per month alimony, which Bronk
the A. C. Line failed or refused to and Judge
between Jacksonville
Hough turpentine still. New Smyrna-A. C. McCall, Princi week on a visit to her parents Mr. and pay
Jones ordered him to jail in default
and Port via Sanford. here
Mrs. H. W. Mann. Tampa was
The pension claim) of U C. Baker waa pal. :Messrs. Stewart & Bly and Attor
Approved.The Spruce Creek-Emma L. Bell. Mr. Andrew McKenste\. one of the from Jacksonville this week lookingfor ney Perkins represented Bronk and I Exclusive

clerk waa instructed to make Enterprise-Mary Mabbette.Flowers large cattle owners of the county and a honse for his family. They will his son, Fred, In the proceedings. I

contract" with Electric Light Co. for -Cbaa. Orth. bas fine place at Glencoe was at the move future.to DeLand and reside here in Bronk's Messrs. Stewart liberty until& lily further arranged orders for Agent.

Iiehtfur court house and jail. Br.ioka-Hilda Mann.\ county seat Wednesday.Mrs. could be argued before the court. In
The criminal court coat bill for $71.84was Seabreeze-Alma Halllday. Sarah Davis. and her father Mr. The Record and DeLand friends regret the meantime Bronk skipped out the

approved.The Winona-H. R Whitehead. George Sauls have returned from Enter to hear of the death ot Mr. Geo State between suns, leaving his attorneys '9 : Mt >>m
I Mathis at his Tnckerton N. J. to get out of the trouble as best
suns of |SO. from the road fund The Superintendent was Instructed to prise and Oateen, where they have been could. His sued ._ I
the 2nd A from they son, Fred was -
inat. note the home
wus appropriated to be' expended on make a six months' term contract with visiting for several week I by the attorneys before he left the
new road from Seabreeze up the pen teachers. Subdistrict will have a longer County Commissioner McBride and to The Record says: "Mr. George W. State and against both Stewart & Bly

insula to Ormnnd. term. School Commissioner Causey came in Mathia sweetly and peacefully passed ane Mr. Perkins obtained judgments NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLYMapes'
at his home in Tuckerton for $5,000 for legal services Judge
away today,
The Commissioners levied the following The Treasurer's report was examinedand from Seville Monday to attend the Stewart took then' Judgments to Con
surrounded his wife and children.Mr.
millage for 1004: approved, and bills against the August term of their boards. by necticut, where the Bronks had an estate Famous
board for the month audited and paid. McGriff, who waa bere from the valued at over $100,000, and had
leneral revenue... ..... .... & miller
Messrs. S. E. Lemon and F. D.
Koad and bridge ..". ..., 8 mills. The report showed a cash balance of coast a month or so ago for treatmentfor the property attached to satisfy the FRUIT AND VINE
Hchools ......, ..... ......... S wills about 10000. Adding this to the other Harper were at the county seat Saturday a cancer that had eaten deep into Florida judgments. A compromisewas ;
Fine and forfeiture.. ...... t m attending the meeting of the Democratic made and the Judge came home
county fund. appearing in our report of the side of the head in front of the ear, with $3.000 of the Bronk money for For Next Year's Crop of Fruit.It .

the proceedings of the county commissioner Executive; Committee by Dr. Davis with his X-ray, writes himself, his partner, Mr. Bly, and Mr.
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where it will be seen that over$36,000 The farmers are a busy people over that it has entirely healed and believes Perkins. will put ,the Orange Tree in splendid condition to go
school districts
electors In special have tax voted for the additional. 8 of county and school funds are in the the county since the rains set in, put that it haa been permanently arrested Mr. Ben-Fish Is. in charge-of the officeof through the winter and to put on an immense bloom another

county treasury. ting in the sweet potato crops, and He was given sixteen treatments by Dr. the Clerk of the Circuit Court dur year. Inspect the /fine appearance and splendid condition of

mills for school purposes districts, said levy total was The board adjourned Tuesday to the keeping the grass from growing crops. Davis ing Mr. Jordan's absence.In trees, and tbe full crops, where MAfES" has been u ed.
made, making in those a Mr. Geo. A. Dreka left the last of conformity to the wiabes of a large
next regular meeting in September. Mr. and Mrs\ Thomas Snyder came
of 141 mills. the week Washington, where he majority of the democrat. of Volnsia, IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS,
Upon examintttlon and approval or -- up the first of the week from Tampa to as expressed at the polls in the May
will visit his sister Mrs Kllkoft for
the County Treasurer's books the following The Committee Meeting. visit Mrs.. Snyder's sister Mrs T. C. a 10th primary Governor Jennings bas For Prices., etc., see or write
shown which The Democratic Executive Committeeof Kreamer and her brother Mr Charles few weeks.then,: he goes to New York to appointed Mr. John R Wetherell

balances financial'are condition, ofVulusia Volnsia county held a abort business 11 Kurt select the fall and winter stock for his Supervisor of Registration for this E. L. POWE, Agent, .
shows the
up county Mr. Wetherell had
in /fine shape. : session at the court honse last Friday Mre. Joseph Smith, formerly living store Sirs Dreka goes to Indiana to sition in the primary and received DeLand

General revenue. .,.." $111,838 afternoon, 14 of the 18 precincts being out at Lake Winnemissette, now having visit friends,for after visit which before she goes to nearly the entire democratic vote polled. Florid

Road and bridge. ....... .., 9.289,801.'tne represented either in person or by a fine place at Cocoa. is spending I to Washington Florida. n returning One of the pleasant social functions of
and forfeiture. ........ 9,676.77 proxy. several weeks in this section, visiting' the week was the euchre party given
Chairman Sams was not able to be old friends. Captain Patrick Higgins, who owns by Mrs. Dr. Reeve Thursday afternoonat =-
Total. ............ ... el8,1I97.\llI\ the beautiful orange grove at Volasia her home on West New York Ave.
present and Dr. E. L Potter, the Daytona There will be a meeting of the Public There four tables and
were prizes were
The diabnrsemen ts at this week' session member was elected chairman to School Improvement Society at the landing on the St. Johns, one of the awarded to the following respectively: : W. A. ALLEN 7k CO

were: preside over the meeting. school house at 4 o'clock next Tuesday prettiest grove properties in the county, Mrs. Gross and Miss Hambrick. cut- ,
General rev 'nue.....,. ... $1,033.85 waa at the county seat on business last glass nappies; Mra. Sophia Compropat
called select
Rladand .. ..... .. The meeting was to a afternoon and all interested are requested
bridge 1,464.13 Wendnesday. Last year's him and Mrs. O. T. Haynes, handmade
Fine and forfeiture."..,.... 636.43 member to represent the county on the to attend. crop paid handkerchiefs. After the game refresh. Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
nearly $3,000, and his prospects now
-- Congressional Committee for this the menta were served.
M r. E. O. Painter. here from Jacksonville
Total., .,.. "........,. $3,134.46 2nd District, and Hon. John Sauls of Thursday. He his fertiliser are promising for a> much larger crop A jury case waa up before Justice

". :. The board adjourned to its next Enterprise was elected aa such member, la 40 says cent this year than that of last season. Bradley last Monday morning' W. C. 1 1Huyler's
regular meeting the first Monday in his being the only name proposed .and company doing per more Mr. A. C. Haynes left Tuesday to Cannons sued O. O. Fanning on a Stationery,
business this year than last. Simon Pure livery account. It appeared that Mr. Candies
September. his election was unanimous.No No..1 can't be beaten. join his family at Grand Rapids, Mich., Frnnlng hired, a team from Mr. Cannons ,

Notice-The Humane Society haa a other business coming before the conductor and will be in the peach buying and to do some canvassing over the Kodak Supplies,
Charles Willison
Mr. ,
duly sworn agent on the street at all meeting it adjourned subject to call by I on shipping business In that section for the county. The horse became sick and Florida Souvenirs,
I main line train was here the first Mr. Fanning returned It and paid what
times. the Chairman and Secretary.1Hon. I next month. From his Florida orchards, i
of) the week. Airs. Willison and children he thought a just amount, about $22- Toilet Requisites,
-- near this place, Mr. Haynes shipped,
I Mr. Cannons claimed the horse
was Remedies
The large Scarlett orange groves Frank Sams, senator from Vo- Ire visiting Mrs. W's parents Ex. the past season about 8,000 crates, and abused by overwork and his bill was Watches, Dr. Mellette's

north west of the city are making lucia and proprietor of a fine winter re- Mayor and Mrs O. F. Fish. received prices that were satisfactory. 38. the jury returned a verdict in Clocks,

wonderful growtha this year and are sort hotel at New Smyrna, la In the city Mr. J. P. Mace left at this office this He is one of the first and most successful favor of the defendant. Attorney Jewelry, ,

fine trees, as luxuriant. a magnoliatree. and registered at the' Ocala Honse. week grapefruit from his Lake Helen 1 peach growers of Volnsia. Attorney Bennett represented Fish the defendant.the plaintiff and Silverware, .1

The General U a great stickler During the Civil war Mr. Same and the grove of last year's crop. The fruit .
In backing up to the Blane grocery Cut Glass
.r' for the Mapes fertilisers and the editor of this paper were ,members pf was still large and moderately firm and CHURCH ,
Thursday morning the depot delivery SOUTH. Goods
Scarlett tree are showing what these the same regiment, and he was one of deliciontly juicy. Eighteen month's Optical ,

fertilizers will do for the orange grove. the must popular members in it,.and ilnoe the bloom. to wagon the struck one, and of the down Iron came supports the Near corner Rich Avenue and Boole Fountain Pens, Etc. t, ,
):Mr. E. L Powe Is the agent for then baa retained his since. f.
popularity ever Mri. Mayo Dade and the children are with crash. The little rard-Pastors' Study Church.
awning a girl
I fertilizers at DeLand. Ocala Banner. spending the month of August on the cf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor was passIng Preaching morning and evening at NEXT TO POST OFFICE. 'i

beach at GoodalL Mr. Dade I is on the at the time, and was knocked down usual hour every Sunday. Prayer meeting .,
l bland of Jamaica and will remain there Wednesday evenings 7:80: :
and bruised 6f the
slightly by one Sunday school, 10 a. m.
until winter baying oranges and other timbers. Had she been walking nearer Junior and Senior Epworth Leagueat 1 ,

' Go to the fruits for his Baltimore commission the outer edge of the walk she would 8 and 6:80: p. m., respectively. '

'$t. ll0, ,t' -- house The special city election held. last I, she have would met with have a received serious the accident full forceof as services.You are invited J. E. to MICKLER.attend Pastor.all these Spray 7\7:1'\ :1':1'Your ..w.wya

For Cool Drink nude ot Tuesday to elect.a Mayor to fill out the I the timbers. August.Imlnlsteroommunion 10th at night. Dr. Pasco and will
nnexplred term of Mr B. A. Wood re Mrs J. E. Bigelow entertained at preach conduct
f PURE FRUIT.JUICES. signed, passed off quietly, sixty-three the third Quarterly Conference of
cards last Saturday afternoon, seven the Southern Methodist cbnrch.DeLand. Orange Trees with ;, ,
ICE CREAM, SHERBET. ETC., rotes only being polled. Mr. Egford i tables, euchre the game, and a delightfol Sunday morning and. evening? and ,."
Ely la now DeLands new Mayor .His' afternoon bar also Monday and Tuesday nights next
was spent by guests. '
ITHEfelll T A.IK1T. :rsaher name ballot.was the only one on the official There; was an innovation In the scorecards preach Rey. J. E.' Mickierr onoSundaya Whale Oil Soap, SulphurI

I ns\d tweuty-elght pretty fans. are
Leave Order for fresh taking his place in Daytona. You
: Young Clinton, who was convicted In The first prizes were awarded to Miss cordially invited to hear Mr. Myres at

i'' 31S BREAD CAKFS AND PIES. this count; and sentenced to the penitentiary I Berths Reeve and Mrs. E. L. Powe, M. E church South. and ,Blue Vitrol.AT I.

:. Uv. WWM Call >t ,..."- for a term of five yean for cow I band-painted pitcher Mrs. McBride Services a't the 'First 3t. E. Ckireb.

stealing, ha.been'granted.a pardon by, won for points made, hand-painted pin,
the pardoning board at Tallahassee, and hand hat M.... There will be service at the' First M. G. W FISHER'S.
pins :
J -pafnt.d won by ,
< :s W. B. FUDQER Prop. E. Church next Sunday, lit 11 a. m. and
Judge J. Lee McCrory his attorney before Reeve and Miss' Edna Stackhouse. Refreshment 7:80: p. m.1| Sunday school at 10 a. m.1; .' I
l ,, the pardoning board. He had were served sit the termination Epworth League at 5.44.AH'are: cordially :

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I' Meat; -Wfco flMO..,. DAVY CftOCKETT. '

j "Ther.are..,.,notj m ny*men -.jwho I. ATLANTIC COAST TJNE
", His Knewlede-e ..( Polltlen sind HI.* '
smoke cignra at $2 each," sold the fer> fTLift$1P Rlf 1.1 Desorlptloa of ........U. : ;

I gar man In a downtown fMtatranf. ". $ .a.e.an example! of Crockett's pit flyelectlant'oring 5LAR iA 34 i r i i i

r much patronized by customers who do> methods one might lui-n-( 'Car'tine' '

., not have to worry about the&ost:;; .of i bIIti1 habit tlon his lint canvass for' She legisla The Great( Through from .Florida

; their luncheon "but we have" to keep t !wlllderlv, grmt. benefit by taking one ture. Regarding this. be says, "I didn't AN INVISIBLE ENEMY 1 ,
.1thorn instock.. When they ,*re called I l !ottbcse pillv< U you kaVe.been know\ whit, > the'government was; I

-V it* for it bi" usually by a couple] of old 0. lNKINQ''' JOO MUCII, didn't know but General Jackson was CONNECTIONS: ;

: : chums who are lunching together after will relieve the the government." Meeting Colonel TO HEALTH To
;'.a they promptly nausea
I r'', .' a long parting who are feeling !good SICK HEADACHE ( Polk, fetters to fii. President Polk/ ,:the East } THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE, via Charleston, Richmond
; and who want a heavy smoke after a -- latter tothaVked: ."I think It poHHlble! the and Washington.

"j.,&-j-. liberal meal. As a matter of fact, nnd the nervousness apnetlt .n d which remove follows.Bloomy, restore..... we may have some changes In the judi M.'larla is u slow poison, but the most stubborn and

.. most men think they are burning mon Ings fcteirantly sugar COlI...... /clary." ,JL'Very; likely" replied Davy, deeply rooted wlcn it takes possession of the sys To 1 The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.

ey when they.D :y '1 Xpr.. cigar.( Sixty: Ta"e.N Substitute.:) ?- 'very' likely" and discreetly withdrew tem. We breathe into the lungs the polluted, germ. The West }J The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.

1 cents for ,ioncj;< gnw...nlld.from that' \ ,J 'bi n '" W, 1 IU ; V 1'lit 'Well' ," hsf comments, ."If ever I know- tainted air ; the little microbes then enter into the system .
I down to re'1or' II l( 'cents l Is considered : ._. I'd what he meant byjjudlolary' I wluliI :. and feeding the red of the
--- -- corpuscles blood
['" ; "thing. Wo sell f upon Via Savannah and Steltm8hf .COmpany. for New
oboutXWHght Ocean
be shot. I never heard tlicie
..____ may soon reduce this vital To
'Vb/.".. *54 lire-sustaining fluid to such a East York Philadelphia and BoatiA.
at cents each or ,
many vas such a thing In all nature.
: three for '1. In fact they are the Whistler! elite come very. near to Agaln Crockett, In what is called hit weak watery state that the patient becomes listless The } Via Norfolk and Steamer for N.. Y., Y/jt-h. Baltimore.Via .
.r, painting U (portrait of Disraeli. lIe bad pale and aiiccmic, and men Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
standard thing In high priced cigars. "''autoblograpHy1 work'which he .
1.- customer will buy a the vouuulHHlon. He went down to the a tally and physically depressed. Amorr Visa..,.....D. JJ8, laos. Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Occasionally a .
: doubt In dictated at Iptiat :-
or atihorlzvd.
\ country where 1>1.Mell08., but th.jCl'Out Malaria, b About ftfta.u :rearo: ago I ......r... with. "oila ..
box: : of two dollar cigars or even moreexpensive Join gives the following account of may* e. and look wwk...v of (0. 91. Kt whIch built ms up J. ; -
did not > *
: : than tbat for a birthday ; (tli'uiood/Whistler ui"Ui uinimKe 1'/1t.1t/ war, Ktt jllPab one :of his speeches to a stranger at (gIn With slight rigors or .ud entirelyeured; meat the boil. Three: :year! To KEY WEST } VLi PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL. .

i.. '. present or to .end to some friend going .polutvd., "timl shortly"' ..(t..wlf.l'll't ; too| nSICIIf ,.'while Crockett was en routeTashnigton chillysensations, followed &%,I muah 111111'era"1I'00d with S. B."8.* had'del? r.m.mbsriag m.. I ".to.-" HAVANA.Interchangeable and I STEAMSHIP CO.

to Europe. These cigars are made, InOIIUhin W itelmlUwblc4 to to take his first seat In by fever and thirst ; but mined to trrlcaiaJn: I am tr1."to..y'laat'be .
plu'w 1IG '' :
r: only by1 skilled workmen and represent was the, occasion of a well. known ito congress. "Said he, "\''ho are you?' gradually all parts of the I "l e'sTs's.aU.....rl'I could.prln&hive, aDd de.I...".. Bino then mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railwayof

,".. the highest perfection In cigar ry. Dlsrneli puthhi. aria In VVhlntler'a Said I, 'I'm that same Davy; Crockett system are affected ; the Malaria'. Last summer .'pent most'of attiokof tit. tie the Southern States are on sale by the peintlpal agents.
making.?;Now York Times. < ltte bnthiirOetjrIiglng frenblfrom the backwoods, half man liver becomes torpid and *"*T: mn bee bottom having timber sat For complete information call on E. L. Powe, Ticket agent, or address
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I '4 r. for: a. artist'way; -If 'hal? alligator V little touched with A. :B. DALKYMPZ.JB. "rhrougn Pullman I Sleeper, Port Tampa to New: York, via Atinniio. East Coast Lin*.
the exclamation dark
from the
or yellow splotches also vis Atlantic. Coast Line and Southern lluilwaj".
A Fan Mennsrerle of Navmee.'
wade the :Missisilppl
snapping turtle can
t A story Is told of a Cherokee woman only my; creditors could seel'I: np.the Ohio, ride a streak of appear upon the skin ; the stomach fuiU to properly digest the food FRANK C. BOYJL8TON Commercial Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling Pass. ARen;

F. who married six: : times and never got Om. or .h. 0..... lightning, slide down a honey locust und there are frequent headaches, dizziness, bud taste in the mouth'constipation. 130 Wast Buy Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville Florid.

out of the" animal line, '.When she was "Gee whIr," exclnlmnd thsj heFTy, and not get scratched, I can whip my and a general worn-out, tired feeling that only a sufferer II. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager W.J. CUAIO General Passengei ...gentWllmlng&Oa
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a girl she' was known 'as Miss Mollle caller. "I haven't another match, end weight In wlldcutx hug a bear too from Malaria can describe Other and more dangerous symptom. North ';urolla....
Panther." She' married an Indian! nam- Jose for comfort end are apt to follow where this disease is
J my cigarette hns gone out! cut any man Opposed ; neglected, such as nervous prostration .
: ed Coon and; when that {gentleman I "Well." replied tbe polite young woman to Jackson!"-Emerson Haugb I' palpitation, sleeplessness enlarged liver weak kidneys boils Florida Coast t
.- was transferred to the happy hunting In and East Ry.I
Outing. and
who could stand It no longer. risings dangerous-looking sores and abscesses. Malaria i. all
around she soon became Mm. Fox. would have had to If it badn't"Cathollc -- the because
"you more dangerous of its insidious and
T'be-Fot: did not last always, and whei ; ..... stealthy nature. It i is
he entered the lust chase the widow Standard and Times. HI. Exact AST*. an invisible atmospheric poison and the germs und microbes that are LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56.nUTHBOUND In Effect June 4,1904.

married a ,mild placid,, man ,named Th. Test. Asked his age In a court of Justice, a lodged its the blood are propagating and increasing in number all the
!Mulei1' who never hud any kick coming Mrs. Mnngfl Tlmt horrid Mr Frills I Georgia darky replied: while, clogging the circulation and gradually wrecking the health. :: -RCAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-MEAD UP.FoiOoproftha .

till be harnessed up to draw' his lone told !Mrs. Nextdoor tbat I 'was, a regular "Well sub, I c. ole ez de big white What i I" needed in Malarial troubles is No.951 Ne.21 I No..8 Ne.1'

.,> across the great divide. After a period cut What do you think of that? oak tree on Marie Tom's plantation." a blood purifier und tonic. S. S. S. purifies 1111I11.[Dally. I ITATIONI alll.> D.lIl'

of mourning the widow again! entered Mr. Mngff*-I think she never saw "And: how old may that be?" Inquireda the OO 4Oaii.v. .. Jaokaouvtli .kr 850a 7
the'reulms of matrimonial' bliss am In the/ same room with a mouse.Answers. .- lawyer. germ-infected blood, tones up the stomach ci : 45 5 ...::::::::::::::'..:':::...::8, Jacksonvill::::::::::::::::::::::.Lv B 425 ao
you improves the and 1 .
: appetite Ii 40a 5 lOp
( Invigorate .
became MrsV Wolf :!Und when bin scalp "Well, sub, ef I makes no mistake., the entire It ii 18 5 5049
went to the Great }Father ulong \\lta de white oak tree Is de same age ex de system. stimulates the torpid OS 11 84.r a 4 4p

his corporeal' remal /she became the Don't misjudge a serious face for a mill dam en de mill dam ain't a dny __ -mr sluggish organ of the body, enabling themto so IO. 415p

wife of a man .pinned Tiger and when mean one. ,Remember your foxi i:wears alder dan de red barn what come nigh properly perform their functions and r 40 is ooa 5 00 p

Mr. Tiger'changed bIg stripes for a what seems to. be a smile.! -Schoolmaster. ter'belli' burned npw'en de stars felled carry off the poisonous secretions and health-destroying matter that have ISO ..... I no a

r, pretty white robe In the great beyond Atlanta Constitution. been polluting the blood and clogging the circulation. S. S. S. contains .... ... C 66.. I lOp

she selected another husband of the ; ... _.n I no strong minerals, but is strictly a vegetable remedy, a blood 7 81 M. alp ,.
's. name of Babbit.-Kansas: City JournalHistory Aft.r
1 "Er you please, sub," said the Ceorgin ,,,. I I any symptoms of Malaria, write us, and medical advice will you be furnished I II (80 j7 a a OS to p P

k, It not 01 until mild 1810 Slavery.that factory" license dnrfcy en,a"bow divorce much docklmentT""A far a marriage' ,. Mother's Ear without cost THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA eAa .I oe I M.fila. stOp 43.
was I H 26 IQ II
nine mnrrtage license and divorce document S ISa tIp
work for children under was prohibited -- ---
or that children between nine ?" wo..o in "0""."'. .**, wnm* MISSING WORD CONTEST 10 III II 3 lOs.t.Augustiae..I..5 81 is a a 1. 1 34 p P
and sixteen: : were not allowed to work "V""., sub I been studyln 'boot gittin' nuia. .. mnuiT, .*a at rum .a 31 a i. 80 P
f': .. more than twelve bouis a day and it married en I 'lowed dot ef I got ;,.**. THAT COMa ".. THAT 15 14 :: 4 i: : ::;;:::::::::::::;;::::::::: ::::::::: :::;:;::::::::::::: .S 44 ISa a Ii 61 ISa a
was not until 1802 that the law requlr de two tergptber: de.v'd come cbeaperr' PRIZES I Offered for 108 4 SOC 11 OOaS
( --Atlantd Conatltutlon.: ---- SCOTT'S EMULSION 101 I I ei I SB a 20 .
\ : ed an apprentice to be provided with the Correct Solution 118 fill p 10 ia.

..1rV : two salts of clothing"one of which was .' ,.uHl.eournseMcer rum aurriM.0 ...c.rm-warM....... *eec*o as.. I 10 n 11 p pI.II 45aa ..

'r! to be* new each year.- Notwithstanding GamblIs". D.S..d- .j CHIL&Tc "..Lr" oc .0TH MOTH.a Tropical Manufacturing (Jo., Manufacturers of the Great Health say lOp 1110.I .
f "Cllltrleydl'llr, said young. Mrs. 60 tIp II Soc
when Mr. Trol.
: this partial protection Send for Irae .....pl.. .
Torklus "lhopp you will prpmlse me Drink, METTO will Pay all Prizes. The Contest Open a WI 3a p 005e
I lope wrote the "Factory Boy'Vln 1840 SCOTT BOWNE, Ch.mliU, 847 i 5 p 114S.
never" to gambli 0 "*;:. f r .t 409.411 Purl qiresl, N.. All. It's FREE You.
\, it was; Illustrated by pictures "of ragged "..-. Whnt Is ;your Ides of gambling1 CI JOC...... '..00 I aU.......:..... Yak to to : :: &. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :::::;;;:::::::::::::::::: I g C lO.
1 {and emaciated children "whichwouid loe 53 p 740.S .
"Bfttlug and losing K. 19 S 01 0 535C
t {now be regarded only as gross your money .., FIRST PRIZE. 10 I .. 88 p p 0845S
wag the reply. Washington !
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exaggerations of the truth but which 10 io.
1 l then!, produced no adverse comment Star.\ .- -_ To the first one sending In the correct answer we will give a beautiful 7 ::: & 88 c...;:.:::::::;: ::::::::::-::::. ..Arinf.I.t:': !::::::::::::::::;::::;:::j;;. 00 c : 00.BANWORD : .

,; and ;were perhaps as InfluentialIn reforming Noticeof Application for Tax Deed Under Notice. life size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity,"

;. the abuses they displayed as Section H of Chapter 488S, Law. Notice IB hereby r :le'I'tbattho uni1erltrn.ed r This Picture la symbolical of !Metto the great health (li'lnk which benefits all BB&NOH. ORANGE CITY BRANOH.S .
In ,
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" calling executor of the and
was testament of
L Mo.
of Florida. 55.1 I I I No. 12 No. 3 So I NO'.2 ,
attention to the evils of slavery.-New Julia A. Stone, deoe.....), will on Momlny and contains no dope or harmful drugs. _Patty I TATIOM.. I flatly Daily Dally I STATIOX I Dotty DollyT .

York World. > Notice! er I.of hereby Tux given Certificate that O No A.207 Drpku.mohu dated. September ion J. Lee 211.McCrory.A, D. 1904 County, present JndKe to the of .To. the next i S . . . . .tl.00 each ......... 'l'ttusvtlle .........Ar 13 lOp I tip 10 lOa Lv..N. Smyrna..Ar 1 lip 7 30 p
Ii..l each S ........ ... O..en..Ar 11 I 111111 I.v. Lake Helen .Ar lOp 10
quart Metto oJa Up p
tb2<1 tlnvof June, A. D., I IW2. ling tiled, Volusia.. County, )Florida his final account .. ., .. OII.\L"\ t
II O0a liSp Sius LvOrans Clty.Ar tip
Boot e.vp ......10... siiId l reriitlcnte In mv nttloe. and bus made, and vouchers as such executor and uk to 20..t pint Metto each : :::::::::. Sanfopd ':::::::::.Lv 20 SOs 4 fOp H 45a Ar:.Or.City Jo. :Lv 1a Sip I "
To break R mirror to many persons application fur tux d I ed. to Issue In nuuord- be. discharged. Ii 70 . . .1 Metto Ticket each .
Anre with, law Said\ certificate rmbracpi I WVTERMAN: No. 18 5.23 !Pdo.2I! liD. IS No.t7 I SI1h20TWiTNo.24: No2 .
Indicates the death of the person he fol'owlng, deacrllmt' situated, Fxecutornl the last will and I X&YPORT I Sat..nd
pro|>eity testament 01 Dally Dally
last looked Into the mirror or some serious In "olush'collnt)., P\orldu, tu\\It: Julia A.etone.! IT'S..........YOU I IPEOPLE. Ilind.:: Daill' noepl Daily Daily BRANOH !:uepl DaIly Dully Patty BundyC
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f l1nd., .nd'
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Injury to that person. Theisav ? Lets t and 3. .otI9O 01. e, township. IHs,,
age tribes of nearly every country bolleved / runire 9ile; 81 acres Notice of Final ... ----.-- KNOW A GOOD.-..- -. ..WHEN THEY....._._. (ITAREI ....... 50! S 65 p 4 to pl S 00 p 0 80. tvJ'ek.onv'eAr" 7 00 0 1.0 a 1 00 p S.O p 9 Ii p
'Thesaid 'land h.I'1l, incensed at the date Discharge. I so S 4 61 ol I Os p 0 SM a .ifo.Jsoaeoavtllo 0 Ii a 8 89a ii 53 p ng 9 13 p
that striking either the Image or 1010 ? IH SIODI 540p i000a..Psbio: Beaoh.. 6205 5005 1211p c S40p
of tbe l 8tisntp or such. cer'ittuxte' In tbe Notice Is hereby given that six months I ..:... ..........
the shadow of any person! meant an InJury USERS OF _. --IN ---- GOODSUMMER. 10 Ie! p V 10 p 5 Is p I IS" 10 14.. AOlantla B."hI/ 13. T Sit\ a 11 15" 5 35 P 8 30 p
name of heirs I, P. hnrsbv.. Urles said after date, towitt On tbe first day nf De. 1aIo r 743p Slop COOp t, 80. Ar. M".porl L" 600s 740a 1303 It lISP SlOp
to that person They. believed certificate thai, bo rvdeempd auconlinir In comber, A O lw)4) I will present my Una) _
that:the Imago or the shadow represented '- till! tax deed will Issue. ti erect on the 17th account I an admlnlstiator of tile estate of Cut out this Coupon ffll In the blank I OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
,the spirit of a-person, and many dlvrAug'let.1001, Susan Di>Pralta. deceased to tbe County: spaces, on. word to each blank space NAME ..._ ... ......__........ .._.......... _. PENINSULAR AND
Wllni" sa my nUlulnl 'HlKnsttire' and seal Judge of Volusla county, Floi'Ida, and ask the whole to make an appropriate sen I
are the tales told of magicians who inflicted his Ibe lath of July, 1U04 for a tfnal discharge as such ..dlDlnl trotor. tence advertising Metto and mall to CLOII CDIINIOTtON MADE AT MIAMI' WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A O. .. I. COMPANY FOil u
the injuries on persons they In- & 1 43i'LD.JOitDAN.1 Dated iblk the 27tb day ol .M." 11HPETfclKONE P. o------------------------------------------
". dieted on their-Images. To drop a ,rtone rierk:! Clratiil I Court Volusl' county.FloridaNotice TROPICAL MFG. CO.. I HAVANA AND KEY WEST

Into water where the image of a person Administrator. '14 West Adams.Street County .........-...._n. State.___ .. .. '_. .
of .
reflected meant death or Application for Tax Deed Under Jacksonville Florida These Time T.bl.a show the times at whIch trains may be expected 10 arrive and depart
was '" -- "" .some Section 8 oi Chapter 4888 Lawsof Notice of Final from the several stations,bat their arrival or departure ao tbe times ...t.dl. not guaranteed, .
dire disaster', ?'. Florida., Discharge.Notice Remember the lint 101 correct answers received get the prlzex. aor_. the Comp.aylaod itself raspon.ibio for any delay or' any uonaeql1enol arising there.hum. .

-- .- _Notice is hereby )given tlllt C. C. Fanning, hereby. given that six month Send In your answers at once to the a
A Queer. Remedy pitrulinser of Tnx' enltlcate. No. 800 dated aflerdute, towlti On Ibe tfrst duty ol December -
Fran "Grose" whose work on the the Utb day: r>f June. A. D., 1MW bas liledeuld :i A D 1BW 1 will present my final! TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO., LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
cei('tlni. ate i. mv i 111. e, anti bus made aroount as dmlnlatraior of tbe estate of "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
popular superstitions was
day pliUciiii'tit I tiC lax dei d ro Issue l-i aucoid- William A. Cone, decensetl.. to tbe CnuntvJudxeof 14 West Adams Street, FLA. .
compiled in the year 1787, says: 'The slice '1\lib law Suld certIficate embraces VnluHia count Florida and ask .
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T. D. RAHVBR Aast. Oen. Fasa. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE PLA.I .
peasants of Suffolk have a simple and the fallowing descrIbed. propeity situated for a final' dIscharge as such ndmlnlatrator

never falling cure for ague. It is this: in Unluaia, ?)oHntt Florida) towit: Dated this the 2'1lb day of May, 19 4PEL'Elt .- .. .- ..
: Write the word,:Abacaduhara..ln form "Lot 14, Dupont & Gaudy Grants,,,_,. CONE, Car Lines
as shown below pluce it In a/nutshell/ The laid land bnlng ''assessed nt the date Administrator Choice of Two Through
l' of the lesuaxee of such certificate In tbe
f. and wear the same about the neck. name of F E!: Noirls. Unless said fer Notice of Application for Tax: : Deed Under -TOSl. KOfYOKlC
The form is here &lve :J ,,4l Htl'aUshHll" he redeemed ,according .law. Section 8 of Chapter 4808 Laws Pj
S ..ABACADABA1tABACADABAR: tax, deed will l Issue theieon on tbe 10th day Florida. "
I 7oJ CLKLflAt dSFIib1'4
Aiiiciist A. 1I04. LOUIS
Notice la hereby that Del.nnd NavalStores ,
i given
4 Witness my olllu nl signature and seal .p -
% A C AD'A'B A nation, purchasers BURG
: f O 'A :D.,A"IBAgA this the !Mb day ol July, A.:' I D. lOOt' ; of Tax "ll:. r.'ct'torp. : : No. 411, dated tA1IcA-

.' Clerk Circuit Court SAM Volusla I. D. JORDAIT,,Fla. the) 2nd day of June A. O 191)2 has filed -VIA-
t County said certificate In my office and baa made
application for tax deed. to las In accord-
( I T*>. DI T.r noe.. Notice of Application for Tax: : Deed ante'with,law. Said uerMfluate embraoeHb AtlanticCoast LineMontgomery 0.u .
f Under Sectio i S. oft Chapter 4888' following described situated
one tQuife 'tw6IDJm property
At tinjd a Xver rs) Laws of Plorlila.' r .51 tOUIS. :
III :Volusla county,Florldatu-wit

'. of the house of commons named Monta Notice I. hereby )given that C O I Fannlnv I Ipurbhaa'.r 534 or nw>i of nvr>iof nwK'eo33, IplTs, and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga
u lattbew and Matthew Montagu or TIIX dated! Range ads 6 .
CcrtlHcnte Nn.85", ; sores Round Trip Rates from DeLand:
; the former a talL handsome man and Wit Uib' day of June. A. I) 181K\ ), has tiled Tbs said land being assessed at tbe dale
the HttW tiling. .'. ail <;sitiU 1 letter a During e.- my sl.Hnce of mob certificate in Ibe name of : $38.35On '
lion of parliament the speaker bavlng uPI HuHtlon 'lor tAX deed to I sue. III nccord Rartlett Col on. Unless said certificate shall 46.00 : 44'
alice with law. Sii'il. reitltloute. erolirnces be redeemed according to law deed '
addreHsed tho' 1dtter"6a 'the former lIe, following, : described. proprty sltua'ed will Issuetberon on tbe 24tb day 01 Augnst.A. On sale dally. Good to Dec 25 : Hale dally- Good ('0 days
'\ HoaUgu Matthew observed that It was .!HI VjiIuthtuiunty1Florlda. tow It; D., IDOt.Wltne.s. ILlRR5p:
Itrnnarq-hvil'lw"! ? !! !' '111(9_llllf *Tijrrifft":: : .Lut.jiantl 7ubtdO.JoiO..Dupon'and: oiy ofllulal signature and Ben I Itbla $23.15

roO; take .! el!:! as1a ,great,9.jI1eren'e inttdy (irants tbe !Urd day of July A. !).. 10 >4.r $30.85 ; c&ORLCIW
: tWoo tEem" as t;between a boH *1rhe ,!irdjlnmf' 1K'1r11C. 'lisaesiSrS'at the: date l SAM'L I). JOKDAV, : (in sale July l 19 and 28. Good ,,
.J Cbo t4ut til. thoia.imce-.i! I such certltlcate- the II i Clerk Circuit Court On sale daily. Good 15 day 10 days and In Coaches only *DUpff3
p ut.9 e. "MJ name %I 'Ihoniasi N. A..r Unless aaldortUonu d Voles a county, Flo.HODGKIN'S .
\ | >. .h.ill. bet redeemed scoordlnir to For reservations Information apply to agents!! A. C. L., or write 4QttiL "
No ce nalIS h rg 'layrrtax d-ed:* lUaiuil thereon on toe-intb .- --- FRANK. BOYLSTON-Cora: Agt, W. D. STARKE, Trav. Pa J. Agt' jroTvJwarsf 'Lw'
t duy of August A. L l). laos 138 W. Bay Sc, Jacksonville. Fla. .

& Nol' e Is hen-hv, given Prtiai. .ixffnnnthg! :nvitneasi my, .official "sjgnatilre and seal : .
after < towlt i on the 8th dnyKebruiiry. this theiUtlMiay! of.Jill'." A>tt. 11101.IiAM'L..IIIRU.! '
: ]9' II Ji:f.te. spiily, to Hi>n:-J-re6 HoCrorvt; ..
H- 4Uunl: of Volnsla 4'nnnty, Floridn; Ulerk Circuit Court Volusln CountVia.Notice ': wagon Shop t W'MM fei 4WHI WHH *l* M
fur my.(Hiial illsohnrgo n. Administrator of .S"I 1)iKTb aLA
the OMIAua ite of Mirtha J, Banin. 'encasBd of Application for Tax Deed Under A. _
r, { J. J. BANTA, Section 8-of. .Chapter Tt 4888:! Laws I DeLAND FLA. J. Tot .M.4CQi 4wmm
.' AdmlnislratoI of Florida 1 =
:! .t6-1,4! .: _.... ._ _..,._ SMOOTH RUN
...I\1n.....' .m... -i-. .L.n .a n I -DEALER IN-
.uv .v..vy 5 .ru .DlU" A'aOh1Iflg
nrohaaer of tax certificate/ No Itti, .ilaled I erythlnjl( lu Wagons Buggies, Carts, I '
: I Master's Sale. be ted duf nf- Jniiv, 1901. bar IlIad said etc., manufactured. and repaired in my Gents' and Boy Clnthlng. Hats. and Caps. SOUTHERNWASHINGTON.
.. rtlttt-alo In mv adieu and bas made appll.atlon ,I Shop in. tbe very best workmanship
Under sad by virtue of a flnal'deorrf. of fnr tax die l to Issue In ,ruordance 'known Only first-class men employed Ladies Gnats and Children Hhoea.: Slippers and Rnbbern. I

'j ,- forrolo*iirar"ind",iul b" die, H uorabls Ml With, law "timid' ccrlldoatea embrac* the and tint-class work turned out.* I have Baggy and Wagon Harol' ll, Saddles, etu. RAILWAY
J Onrx. Jones, Jadje of the' Irnult Court In 'II.w, nif tI.-sershod" property siiluuted In ntely added to my: plant a ; Ji..
_im; .!J.', and fos the C;".,nly, of Volu la semi Stale' of Valuate uiitint}, Florida, lowitiK ; Hewing Machine. Orgapn. PIanos and :Mnnlc; l luatrtimenta T. ,cs
\. .\ ,'.... Fl| '1' dol. on th.- 21st dov of July. A. I> 1IXP4. : 80.44 cha nt a o cbs of lot !2S/ Dupont Aaudy
., In a, certain-! muse In Chancery"rrlniwndlnir ( Omnts. 1W liar... General Repair Shoe<. Harness Machines, etc. NEW YORK | ASHVILLE and
$ In said O.urt: wbntelo tlie Vnltiala land i i I
Ouinlr. Hank 'is ntupMnanl' and The snld being assessed at tile date and the EAST. HOT
Henry SPRJNGS.$ N. C. .. .
Jie such
ItrnmlHitetnlnre" I it "',"''nllt.. I will s" 8|..- o lastiiinre n lertlfloate In tbe Havens Block, DeLand Florida ,
name "n' Mrs. E ti. Unless.
o MI Master In 'bltn".r. Perry.
h/lfh"/ and ( ), sell'f.r cash tn tils aid oertlKoate ahull, l he' redeemed sc- CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE LAND OP THE SKr'
..,p l best bldilor. on the drsI MrtndnyFi. 'cording 0 law tax dwdwlll Issue __ ___ MMMMMMMM
In t14mr.mIwr, A.. n ,111I1 the sainahImi The NORTH and WEST... || 4-5 "The Sapphire Counliy.
on lOlb tlsy ol uiruxt. A. U. 1001.)
.;". the StIlt ds lt 0'' ...Ic(m""Ib.IID.I. a legal) !sa'rs' I
; (Inv, !*twe..n the 'Ipvni h'urs of .nle, In tb WItness. my.f oMcilul signature and seal _.w..t D.elg.a DI..Snlt Ccc i
runt nf the Uonrf HnV-*'II\rJI! | pel.ahfl, ( Otis I tar. 'O Ji.ll.A: D.ions> JOJl\1M'1 r' 7. c The Smart TsitTTA : ...._... Care .....1... ,

,4 ,V.snlIs Insla. 1.lnlf bunts.: .".1 being_'In Voluala* Ih'hwl"\f County': ( "rk (::01 ii\WIlf'Vn'I..iUnlY.: uta'of ,. I ___ .__ .0_ A.U.T-, .'r--- I

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'', Times lJ.Li.I 1 I... I. f I.-4. ''J"Inlf'nt!. ;ict) l 1, lOB W. Say St.is. Jacmeevu.g. Pie, I

.lug. III th'U'ald to""I"' or VllItstt; ', al"IJ\I: der Flt'rtda.-Section 8-of Chapter---4 88, Laws* < lJfagazilU"Qltv6neess ,.." P.T.............. D. Co a. M. HA.__ 0.P.A., ".......... D.C.
erIlwd. U aIfllbl'WTllfii'TWfLllnrns. Oan"", r Magazines should have a well defined purpose. I Ij Wat.:: H. TATVOSI, A.O. P.A, AUanta Ca.
'iho Will m Hnnton. Urnnt and Thnni'ia NotIce Is hereby' given tliat V lusa| Genuine entertainment amnxoiaent aud mental recreation are the motives 8
Viwlws tsii( In Ceollon 87 and 811. 'l'.iwu.chip 1 out tv Bank tmn hno-rnr T.x Ortllfratk
16 H.iutli, Knnro' :W Kaat and Actions l'IIo.' 0 of THE SMART SET the '. .
it'7, ON'/ no, 40 and 41 Township 16 South, has Bled1 said ftrM&aavft. *' .n
(..r.b.lI.v..nh.IrI"rl".. Westorn Rail. In vooordanrp wl lf1aw. lIaate Its sjoTela (a complete one In ea ..h nuuil/ur\ / ) are' by the most brilliant
wIlY.sod ..xceiitlniMba KI""Jitif W v grsnt'.;, nihrnces tb" folliwln. d... rl""d" priiperty . j WILLIAltI KOLMON
tnthors of both hemispheres.Its
( .d ,to |U. iinmi Linnlwr. 1."lInlll.r...-'."fcic ..ltWJfhdtDfY5i! i jl tsqtJhtg'Ylorld.. 'to-wltt i'
I short stories are roatohless clwm and full or human Interest. .1
| tiio iillowViK
i'.sldeJso.xceetlig lots
_ '. .. : rrt:eg tO tbt II" B. '" JlBOII. .urve., an.I Ma soeclp -. 14 Bruin at n e earner' section., run ao-tb, COLD 1IRE'.SEITER: Its poetry covering the entire !field l of verse-pathiis. love, namor, tendu i !In and. Second Hand :'Furniture
"' "bSi"Aw.a"MBJu'lcllll" forth SUnHntas" Dealer Neij
e :.''fIeLso I t8 ,: 4. t less-Is by the most popular poets, men and wotn<>n, of the day. ,
: & 100.111 at. hi'" e t 8....' 1I"Y'tb! .
.]1) .n. 1&I'V' J 'X '1111.8 l C1'r.: :t::!\>Jn,JIII.t|: ill. a "Ioowi!iUci. Can .11811' your Tires without takingw1tettbc' : Its Jokes, witticism, sx tehes, eta are adinltttdly the most mirth.proroklng. ,
II II. JO lit f alrlnr front vehicle. We take ont no "
and I
Orange Citytf Kla.
",'tiW ( blp Itfsnntb, range 80 e..t; :ill acres a. DeLand : ,
.. I
: 11(51k P0 feet of lot n. Block :I.1 anl1 lot.. bolts:, rob no paint or burn your felloes .
4 and'S. Block II. ami' |, a 2 ,I Thd aHl4 lirns) be assessed. at hedntenfiho with hot tire 'Come and It work 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING .
a see I We hare stocked both our stores DeLand and at Orkrio-e
t"'INI"' I\RI.C\ In ; City with I
10U_ .lac 4, Blnrk' M 'g, 'I'' i 4Jf't..ctlil! name
lflubOredjot.fliaPkd'' i a.M.HInWU llit" t I 1'-....... Jlea "' ...I..ld. ....'u..t. add, yon will-never bave- your- Tires set No page. are wasted on ohaap Illnslrations. .;. ,. ,editor1afrinppriearlog l ...- a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are o ierlng- ?
shall be rrdoeirrd. sfcoordlnir law not ., -" ; i rock bottom fact oar
f tax at
: ,, '= : essay and Idle discussions > I' prices-In prices are not duplicated, in the 1:1
J. t rd$* will'< Jfiy.bfivniyAa the ,8'b' tiny of i.It'OQ'foi1a* patronage In Every page will Interest,'charm and tefre.h< yonj I..1 county. You have bad !food bargains. at our Stores, .but better.ones ""
''I I .,. .1 w? t.11.1..1'..... J.turiOand seal thp! j>af an hoping a contlnnanre" In Subscribe now-92.60 per veer.. Remit In checqae.: P. O or Exprns orCer. "alt yo ( f: ; ; ; J T J. : a .

'w,IPi!I Lthilh.a.j\- .ff&t1it, t A.D..lOBD.N.D. 1906. tor!, rp.clff""J/ .Xoqr.re.nj.ln{ : ,to serve. n 'oO'I I,8 .registered letter to_TUK ,8M1KT,SET, 461 Fifth., Avenue,. Hew. lerkv.i J.. :. .aUourffo IAU llpdof'3! djr and eona.get han4 prioee hoUseholi before buying'. (roods elswhere.I ) boughtaod\ sold/; See '

\ 'Clerk Clrenlt Court Volusla"c'oiittty7 ,SCOTT-; HODOKINSv'. N. B.MlflB COPIES: SENT FRED OK APPLICATION. t' :
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