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: September 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00038
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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A new and simple method for tenting
James W. Perkins. Gary D. Landls. Mollusk Cmm. Porolvo Odor With Avoid l'MB..*...rr >....*.. bet eggs la published in German papers.
Every Portion ol It. Bed?. STRANGE ADVENTURES OF THIS EM- Who ....r... to Will Vl. ...$.. It is baited upon the fact that the air u

PERKINS & LANDI3 According to the researches of M. BLEM OF SOVEREIGNTY California bus In her hill the largest chamber in the flat end of the egg increases

Emllo Yung, the sense of smell In the -- and most kind hearted of the great with age. If the egg: is placed
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORSi snail to be located not only lathe 'in a saturated solution of common Halt
seems the
AT-LAW Tinned Prom the Bottom of tho nlrorI'hame lighters grizzly, and at the sumotinge It will show
an to
i feeling organs but all over the .. this anmlleut and most treacherous -
Burled a Uard.. used float with the long axis vertical. A d,
DeLand, Florida. body as experiment proves thut the a* Frying' "'.. and Dro.... .. I the red lynx. Moat hunter call scale is attached to the vessel containing
Will Practice la State and Federal snail can perceive odor. by mean of Plueou In the lloun* o( Lord.. them "wildcat," but they are not the salt solution so that the Inclination ?
Courta. for Infants and Children. sensory cells which are placid lu different I The real wildcat has a long tail and of the floating egg toward the
parts. of the body quite apart it seems almost ludicrously 1m..... lives only In Europe. In fucthe'. about horizontal can be measured. In this Te

STEWART & BLY, Costorta la a. harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare- from the special organ which might Bible that the great seal of England I extinct now, and old hunter dread the way the age of the egg can be determined ;
gorge, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It In IMeawmt. It be supposed to bo his only meuna of should have ever been made to serve walling midnight cry of a hungry !lynx almost to a day. A fresh egg lies in '

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA. contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic .enllll tlon. The Idea of sensory cell of the humble purpose of u frying pan; more thuu they do all the growls .a a horizontal position at the bottom of ,
HiibHtanco. It destroys Worms and allays Feverisliiienn. this kind distributed over the body of and yet this Is only one of many equally grizzly ever let out, for when a lynx: the vessel" ; an egg from 8 to 5 days old 1 '
and Wind Colic. It relieves TeethIng Knows elevation of the flat :
It larrlu a an end so
cures strange episodes In the romantic a
and Is
DELAND. animal Is Interesting one
Office In Bank Holding an an la maddened by hunger he fear
It the that its
Troubles and cures Constipation. regulates tory of the seal which la the long axis forms an angle of 20
Branch office Over Poetofllce.DAYT'ONA Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. clearly brought out 101.. Yung's experiments emblem of British "specific neither man nor beast, and most of degrees. With an egg 8 days old the
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. which form the s\ijjt.tt\ of sovereignty, the animals of the forest give him the angle Increases to 43 degrees; with an
J L. McCRORY, a paper read before the AcadeiUTe des Lord Chancellor Bldou wall BO fearful road without waiting for him to ask it. "gi< 14 days old to IO( degrees and with
The Kind You Have Always Bought Sciences. He observes the large snail that the seal would be lost or stolen In Canada and even In the northernrow one 8 weeks. old to 75 degrees while an "

(Helix pomatla), which is common In while in his custody that he never of state of this nation the lynxes egg a month old floats vertically upon '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. > Bears the Signature of France. It has been generally admitted '' went to sleep without first satisfying grow to be much larger tl.* they do the pointed end.Shipping. a'

-e since the observations of Moquln- himself that it was ante In his bedroom here. In the warmer climate Kt the .1

DeLand, Florida._ Tandon that the snail bus a good sense One night-It was In the year 1812-he southwest There too, they are hunted Green Oranges. ;a

of smell and the organ Is seated In the was roused from his slumbers by cries for their fur, but here that fur Is The McLean & Sims Co. off the '
BERT FISH, terminal button at the end of the large of "Fire!" Jumping out of bed he worthless, and save for those. killed prize for having shipped the carry first car '

feelers. Hence the term of nasal organ snatched up the grout seal and rushing by an occasional, hunter, the lynxes load of oranges from this fruit-growing .fo'
# which be gives to the latter and the Into the garden burled It deep in hold undisputed sway In the foothill. Btate this season the shipment having .
In Use For Over 30 Years.STEVENSON. expressions olfactory ganglia, or the middle of a flower bed. III. house The trouble Is that the rascals do not been made today In all they will 1.-

.c OtNt.UN OON..NV. t. ..u...... ..NttT, N...." .... phorlc, etc., which a number,, of Phloo-I: might be burned to the ground but at stay 111 the foothll's' but wander allover market out of the Willis-Preston grove ._'
DeLand Florida. JNa -- tists now use for designating least be would not prove unworthy of wherever their fancy smell from which these fruit came, situated
Special Facilities(\ for Examiningand nerve and ganglia. the great trust which had been reposedin I chicken for that Is their special delight one and a half miles from Palmetto '<''
five carloads large, full-grown and. ::
land Titles
Perfecting THE TOWER OF SILENCE. The writer explored the body of the him. ,- and they terrorize outlying poultry finely flavored frnit. +
E. ALEXANDER, helix with a camel's hair brush dippedIn Next morning however-so exciting farmers accordingly. They never This Is the earliest shipment of ,

J .. Limp II. Looked .. TUouuh Jet Bomba. Ge1w.Om.. Cem..r mid a noncorroslve odorant such as essence bad been the experiences of the nightbe i make the mistake that the fabled fox oranges yet made. September 20 being "'-a
x Ft.h.d From .h. Sou.He It. Well ....d Vullor.. of chamomile. He finds that if had completely forgotten in what 'I did of getting Into a hole through the previous early date. With this
ATTORNEYATLAW.Office be The Tower of Silence on top of Mal. the olfactory sensibility exists in the which they cannot return with a fat shipment Captain Howze. one of the ;
wee tail thin IIpurlod, sovereignty
abar hill Is the prettiest spot In Bom large feelers it is not localized there hen or a young turkey. In the low. firm informs The News, begins the ':
struck almost
in Brush Block. me a* fantastically I
Florida. I remember that tue bay. There Is a circle of concrete walls exclusively. The small feelers, the under only after his entire household bad lands they stay arouud the thick wil- shipping and packing business of the "
DeLand spare. thinking McLean & Sims Co. and to
Inside this wall part the akin of the back and lu bunted for hours that It was at last I low the they expect
Will Practice In State and Federal station draft caught him like u torn twenty-five feet high. groves, never forgetting way do R good business.-Palmetto News.
Courts. leaf flowing at the end of a bruuch. six feet from the top, la an Inclined fact, the entire surface not covered by run to eurtk. "You never saw anything to an unguarded chicken coop by
Ills clothes hung about him as the floor of concrete divided into three circles the shell are affected by the odor. The so ridiculous" he wrote later "aa seeing night. During the day they sleep in

U.M BENNETT clothes of a convalescent who bus lost oDd surrounding a pit. The outer numerous experiment which be made the whole family down the walks thick grass or weeds or sometimes, Made Ample Apology.Rev. .
show that the snail Is still In the dibbling with bits of'sticks until we like J. B. Holley of JackHonvllle (
bulk and weight after. long fever. He circle Is widest and Is for the men; the stageof curled up a kitten, on a broad
.... ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, hud of brown velveteen. second circle Is a little narrower and Is diffusion of the olfactory sense and found It." ]limb. No matter bow soundly they who assaulted his pester Rev. Dr. Hobson -
on a jacket
Inner can, In fact smell odors at all of Once at least the great seal has been be "catchone several weeks ago, and on account
but that detail for the women; the circle surrounding parts may sleeping you can never a
Florida. cannot swear to the color of which he was expelled from the
DeLand --- always comes buck In the recalled the pit Is narrowest of thsthree his skin as Cuvler already supposed. at the bottom of the Thames and napping" for at the slightest I' fellowship of the First Baptist Church .

-JOHN---MACDlAltMID- picture, flannel shirt with a loose and is for the children. The center The feelers are more sensitive to odor would be there today but for a lucky sound of your approach he will clear of Jacksonville has. made a full complete ;
DR. uucktlu bundled Into a sailor's knot pit la deep and filled In the bottom than on the back, etc, but, contrary to accident. It was In 1088. when the the ten or fifteen feet between his nest and unconditional apology to the .1

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. somewhat fantastical trousers, thoughno with sand and charcoal. There are" tho opinion of Moquln\ -Todon, a snail!! second 1 JameM wall fleeing from England and the ground and be off like a flash church and pastor and has "been restored

doubt this effect was due In part to five of tbt'llVh'n a Farsee die be I N which had Its four feelers. amputated and the Prince of Orange to in the undergrowth. About the only to membership in the church
Fisher's store.
Office over drug 4 about what laid In one of these. No one cvcisci-< did not change Its manner of living France, in company with Sir Edward way to get these fellows Is with and also to the miniMtry.-Fernandinu
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to their limp amplitude
famlllur the insldo but those who bear the b. files and was able to find Its food. It also Hales. He hud Intended to take the hounds and then generally one or two Mirror.
and 7 to 8 p. m. seemed rather the thin green poles -
i DELAND. FLORIDA. In dahlia pots than the legs of a In. and they do not look around hut fled from disagreeable or harmful great seal with him but as he was of the dogs get pretty severely chewed
human creature. He wore a straw bat walk right out. Overhead and |l'eI'ch..I> odors. A microscopical examination of being rowed from Lambeth to Vaux-: : up.In

R. G. A. DAVIS, that In Its rear rim suggested forget- on the tops of the wnlta{ are many vultures. I the different nerve cells did not show hull where horses were awaiting him the hills the lynxes usually stayin Ueltlnw a Good Start.
:) fulncea on the part of Its wearer who When n body 1\ borne In these I any reason for giving a special sense another and better idea occurred to thick underbrush or In caves during "Miss Sophie" beloved" benefactress .

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON bad apparently, In sleep or heedloss- vulture swoop down and In twi to one part of the body to the exclusion -, him. He would fling the seal into the the day coming out to work havoc in of half the poor of New Orleans, sat at

ness, treated It as a cloth cup. These hours they have eaten It clean. Thom of the other. The cells differ from river, and thnt would place It once for the quull coveys by moonlight. Then her desk writing when an elderly woman

DELAND FLORIDA. however, were details In themselves the bones are swept Into the pit. arum) one another by their number only. He all out of reach of his enemy. So overboard if the night be right, the hound hunter who bad made many previous demands

Office at residence, Indiana avenne, trivial and were not consciously noted the rain washes the' circles clean and considers that the cell are capable of the seal went and for some bus real sport rousing the round eyed I upon her was ushered In

.-' next to Court House. till later. The long narrow face then the bones in the pit crumble to dust receiving different sensations, such a. weeks It \lay there until by a curious owls with his shouts of encouragementto "Oh, Miss Sophie," she said. breathlessly .

. Office Bonn: 0 to 12, 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. almost sallow with somewhat long and the water drains off through the shocks, beat, odors etc. As to the distance chance It was picked up in a fisher the dogs, which are not always "I want to borrow a dollar
loose hair that draggled from beneath Band and charcoal into the earth The, at which the snail can smell man's net and restored to the proper ready to rush into the teeth of an angry please right away."

MRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. the yellow straw hat well over the vultures sometimes becqsue ao large odors, he places a dozen or more snails CUBtOdlllllH cat "What do ;you need the money for

ears along the dusky hollows of tem- and heavy they can hardly fly. They (which have been deprived of food) In I The ludUrrous frying pan adventure It Is almost Impossible to trap a cat, ErmagardeT"

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ple and cheek, was what Immediately allow no other birds near the place. a circle and puts different kinds of befell It when in the custody of Lord though a hungry lion may occasionally Well, now you see, I'm going to get
attracted attention. But the extraor- That Is how the Tarseee dispose of'' food in the center. When the snail Brougham. The chancellor had gone be caught In this manner. Now and married and I need it for the licence"

Office Etwt New York Avenue dlnarlnnas of the Impression was of a their doad.. ._ I perceives the odor he ta attracted toward I to Scotland for a short holiday-seeing then a cut can be run Into a trap previously "But If the man you are to marry

on man who bad just been rescued from .AOB- *H.l.CI.a W*-I..U the middle. In most canes the that he could not take the seal on the set along a runway and In cannot pay for the license bow la he

DELAND FLORIDA. the eon or a river. Except for the fact Could I climb to the blghei place ,. attraction took: place at a small distance -i Rhine trip bo longed for without putting thl way the lumbermen of the Cana going to support you?"

that his clothes did not drip that the a.tuo I would lift my voice and proclaim an inch or more. Distances I it In coininlHaloii at great cost to dine pineries take many of the cats I That's just what -want to explain: :
DR. A. S. MUNSON, long black locks bung limp but not : Fellow citizens why do ye turn I I higher than this were obtained only by I himself-nnd he was a guest of the that Infest the great forests of the I to you. Miss Sophie. You see, tomorrow

moist, and that the short velveteen and scrape every atone to gather I I foods giving a very strong odor very i I dowager Duchess of Hertford at Roth IeI north. The farther south you go the la Thanksgiving and we are coming to

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Jacket Wlllt dlsrepntiiblo but not damp wealth and take ao little core of your I I ripe melon. No substance attracted murchus. where ha kept his precious smaller the lynxes become until the your free dinner. Then you always

this lniproH8lon of n man Just come or children to whom one day you must farther than sixteen Inches-Scientific I charge in his bedroom. One day the family winds up with a little pampas give us something to take home and ID

Olllce Second Door South of Fisher's taken from, the water was overwhelm "UJllJllllata It all 7 Snwite. American. young Indies of the house. party took cat of the Mouth.! American plains. Our : the evening the King's Daughters are

Drug Store. ing.- -William SLurp In Pall Mall Mag- 'I I the seal from the bedroom and bid it. lynx however Is the most savage of going to have a basket distribution,
OFFICE HOOKS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 azlun. Ill. *......1 Br.... Brougham wits desperate when he discovered all, and the hardest for any dog no and we shall each get one. That will

and 7 to 8 p. m. H. FoMd It. "Speaking of zealots," said a college his loss and did not recover) matter bow good be may be to master. keep us a week easily, and by that
DeLand Florida. "Always." said the astute news editor professor "there was an eminent I of mind until the cat has Immense advantage time we'll be on our feet.
his peace pretty In u tight a an
I'lircm: Blood and Skin DI......, Itihlog Humor, be I
JOHN REEVE .:....,., Scrofula, Ktu. to the new reporter-"alwaya on Scotch scientist whose especial delight- :I thieves proiiilxod to lead him to it If he over a dog In that he can fight
DR. Send no money-simply write and the lookout for any little touch of humor mania, In fact-was insects and bugs. would consent to I be blindfolded.,: with all fours and usually does so.There Chaae.*'* Face .. m atone.
I that may brighten up our col There once visited this Scottish professor I befall In the geological branch of the Brit-
try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex With hU eyes bandaged be was conducted la little worse can a green .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, pense. A personal. trial of Blood Balm umns." a young scientist. The visitor remained i I to the drawing room and there puck of dog than to khuke an old lynx lab museum the visitor Is shown a

Is better than a thousand printed That evening the new reporter hand overnight, and in the morning he discovered< the seal bidden in a tea out of a tree Into their midst. When wonderful specimen of natural Imitation -
OIHce In store recently occupied by testimonials, so don't hesitate to ed in an account of a burglary in a his hat said to him: I l I chest. So.! overjoyed was he at Its recovery a lynx fights he doean't bite and let In a small "ribbon jasper." This

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West write for a free sample. butcher's shop which commenced. "Mr. 'And how did ye sleep the nlcht I I that he consented to the young go like a wolf or dog but bite and atone the material of which la not Unlike "

New York Ave.DeLand If you suffer from ulcers eczema, Jeremiah Cleaver, the well known 'Not very well' the visitor answer Indies' suggestion' that they should adjourn hang on like a bulldog, while his that of other banded agates, baa

Florida. scrofula Blood Poison cancer eating butcher, has been losing flesh rapidly ed. 'It wa the strange bed, perhaps; 'I to the kitchen and celebrate the claws keep, up a sort of snare drum upon Its surface a perfect miniature
sores, itching skin pimple, boils, of late." but. he ventured 'I must confess''a portrait of the poet Chaucer. Every
bone pains, swellings, rheumatism joyous event by making pancakes in accompaniment on the dog's ribs. It
Dl W. S. TAYLOR, catarrh, or any blood or skin disease Sartorial Dlv .al... 'Ah,' said the professor encouragingly the seal and thus, amid much laughter, takes a mighty good dog to do up a detail 1* startlingly correct There are
advise 'ye were Just bitten by something In hunter the white face, the pouting lips the
we you to take Baltic Blood doo the greatest emblem of sovereignty lynx and when a thoroughbred
"I expected to find that suit '
Balm (B. B. B.). Especially recom- eh} the whole world was actually used a* a get such n dog It takes a mighty' good broad, low forehead and even the
t' SUROEON-DENTIST.Olllce mended for old obstinate deepseated stormed the customer. "Well to tell you the truth professor pun In which to fry pancakes. The price to buy him-Los Angeles TIme. whites of the slightly upturned eyea.
cases of malignant blood or skin "Oh, well here's the other suit dun. I was,' the visitor admitted. should be mentioned The attendants say that it la) utterly
In FI her'. New Brick Block. diseases, because Botanic Blood Balm Bald the tailor who was a low wag. 'Joist think of that! cried the pro- seal It perhaps together Impossible to convince even some of
I consists of two silver disks hinged
second floor (lB. B B.j) kills the poison in the blood. and who had a bill In his hand.-Buffalo fessor. 'Bitten, war yes Noo, man Tb. Appr.elattve Visitor the educated visitors that It la not an
so thut when they are closed During a recent exhibition of pictures
cures where all else falls heals
DeLand Florida. every Express It all artificial production.
can ye say was anything at noteworthy
sore makes the blood pure and rich, they form a mold. Into which the wax In Burlington House London a lady
the skin the rich of health.B. that bit y*? red or yellow, as the case maybe noticed on two visits a striking looking
H. D. BRACEY gives glow Tag !M...*. to E i>*_. green R.,._.. For Tlmbsktu
DR. B. B., the most perfect blood purifier She-So you think that men are 'Flea., I think, said the other. 'But l la poured. Thus it would make not man whose face she remembered to Timbuktu I Is chiefly Interesting a.
such fleas for biting I never met in
made.Thoroughly tested for 30 my for the "I
smarter than women do you? He- at all a bud substitute commonor have seen at previous exhibitions. for
the subject of verses submitted a
life before.
DENTIST. years. Costs $1.00 per large bottle at Some but not all. 8be-\\'ell. kitchen frying pan. am sure be Is a famous artist-be baa
drug stores'To It cures men 'I should think ao, indeed,' said the prize offered many years ago by Punch
prove "
has the seal been she said to
smarter He-Old :Many a time great the air of an academician
writing what mon are
of Blood Balm sent free for rhymes to that curious name. One
by In
Olllce second story McLaurlne Block. bachelors.,Illustrated Hits. professor great glee. 'They'reSicilian taken to the house of lords and broken her husband. "He is always here, cata-
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. Des- of the verses was:
fleas. I them
DeLaD* Florida. cribe trouble and free medical advice Imported my to places at the bar by the hammer of logue In hand lIe must devote his day If I
self. were a cassowary
COUNTY ABSTRACT, sent in sealed letter. tarThls a sturdy blacksmith amid the frantic to the study of these masterpieces.See On the plain of Timbuktu,
YOLUSIA an honest offer-medicine sent at Earthworm: T.na. Goph. *. cheering of onlooklng members. This him now turning wearily away I would cat a missionary
once, prepaid. Darwin concluded that the earth was the fate of the Deal which fell Into from that Eyre Crowe. At this moment 8kln and bone and Byron: book too.

S B. Wilson Bert Fish. worm In five years brings up soil the hands of the parliamentary army an academician whom they knew Another, with a more perfect rhyme.

Manager. Actuary. Yon can't complain about the delightful enough to cover the ground one Inch on the capitulation of Oxford in 1640. passed and the lady called attention to ran thus:

fall weather we are having thick and that, therefore, the result of Three years later the old parliamentary what she thought must be a flattering A. I was hunting on the plain*. .
Abstractor of Titles. -- It. labor IB of vast Importance. I seal which represented Charles enthroned fanaticism. The academician who did AU on the plaIn. of Timbuktu ,1
A buck was all I cot for my pain,
Ave. DeLand. Fla. ou one side and riding on horseback not seem to be so gratified aa aha expected
100 W. Indiana reckon that the pocket gopb.r does And h. was a allm buck too.
this in five month. It doe not do It on the other, was similarly destroyed said he knew the gallery hunt

ALFRED HOWARD CASTORIAFor In the same way or BO effectively because to make way for the new seal I er. He wa pressed to communicate 4alelc Dlipatok.

Infanta and Children.' g DIC the earthworm actually digest with its view of the house of common his knowledge "Oh, that" be said, "1* A bill was once stuck on the shop

BURVEYOR.. the substance of It. castings, but It la In place of the deposed sovereign. the detective we employ to keep an eye window of a tradesman In the Fried. .

The Kind You Have Always Bought evident that the pocket gopher1. method Richard Cromwell' seal I was brokenby on pickpockets." rlchstrasse., Berlin setting forth that
the hammer In 1659\ and In the following closed
DeLand, Florida. answers the purpose of fully disintegrating premises are temporarily
Bears theSlgn.ttue // This great stock medicine .Is a and mixing the dead vegetation year the great seal of the commonwealth Woddlaa- Cake ....ratltloa. owing to the marriage of the proprietor -

CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF of'GGICeE'i; money saver for stock rei....... It with the soil to produce rich and Itself was destroyed in the As every girl know, wedding cake ; to be reopened In twenty mln.1 ')

is a medicine not a cheap food or fertile black loam. The gopher seldom sumo way. has a certain romantic use. A little
Once the seal was lost, by Charles! H. of it under the pillow of ut.a"1'h.
,E. H. HAYWARD condition powder. Though( put np cease their labors. I have found piece placed '
? in coarser form than Thedford's the fossor and the monticola active In his flight from the fatal field of Worrv an unengaged girl should if she carefully Real Reason ;1
renowned (tt and once It was stolen by burglars through a little preliminary "How did that prima donna come ta
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance Black-Draught: for the both night and day excepting: during >r. goes "
'a"* Company of America-The Aetna. cure of the digestion trouble of the hottest weather. I have known a from Lord Tburlow'a bouse In ritual result In her seeing her future lose her voice

City property Specialty.. EI RY persons. It has the same qualitiesof continued beat of ninety odd degrees Great Ormond street, but It was replaced husband In. her dream Before getting ""Well" answered the Impresario,

No 808, Boulevard, DaLand F1a.RYDALE'S invigorating digestion stirring In the shade to stop all upheaval for by a replica In the wonderfully into bed the girl repeat! the fol "some people say she sang too mncL. ;-i

s np the torpid liver and loosening several days. They are mot Industrious short time of thirty-six hours. The lowing charm: but my personal opinion la that she lost '

SEED the constipated bowels for all stock however, at dawn and sunset. seal that wus In use when George IV. I place mr shot In the form of a T It arguing about salary."-Washington 4

TONIC eash- and poultry. It Is carefully pre Ernest Thompson Seton in Century died was divided between Lord Lynd- And hop this night my love to saw Star, ( 1
W..rv. your and it action is healthful burst and Lord Brougham, King William
r d.m.. Th.yh.ves.vrWt.dwon't pared so Aa she says the words she arrangesher t,
A ALCURB roll r.11 sou. that stock grow and thrive with anoccasional The TlKlcct .! ..._rl.t.. IV. presenting one aide to each shoe, and having done *o, she lie There are few wild beaata more to be
Soil Sy lit a..t.rt.lee4 dose in their food. It One of the tiniest manuacripta ever chancellor mounted in a magnificent down and compotes herself to sleep. dreaded than a talking man' having, .

t..d,rre.Aa.watpo.tp.ld ours hog cholera and makes hog recorded 1* a little Bible In a walnut salver and a similar present wa. mad Should she speak another word the nothing to. aay.-Swift.' ) ,. .'...

It ha recently beeifdiscovered hat D.N.FIRRY 00.nerots grow fat.. It cures chicken cholera hell the sine! of a small hen'. egg an In later years to Lord. Cbelmsford.d spell will be broken, and, though abe .J
.' the germ that produce Malaria, breed ,Mleh.w. and roup and makes hona lay. It account of which hie been preaerved Campbell and to Lord Selborne and may have pleasant dreams enough, Coward. many time before theli 1

and multiply in. the Intestine and from cures constipation distemper and among the Harlelan mannaeripta by Culms. Of the handsome satchel 01' they will be- worthies from the prophetic destb.-8bake peare. .,l
there-prad throttgaoia Ui..y.smby colds in hone murrain in cattle In which the ...all.I supposed to
Peter Bales, an Englishman! and a elerk purse point of view
means of the blood. This fact explains A Great 0"_..*. ,,'
why Malaria is bard to cure by and make a draught' animal do of the chancery It contained aa many be kept-exquisite specimen of art At a dinner given by Governor J. K.. :"
the old method of treatment.- Quinine, *promptly olds O. B. and Foreign more work for the food consumed.It leave aa a large Bible and aa much needlework In white and gold-ao many Odd !11._...' Tardaman of Ulaalaalppl the object of 'e

etc.. stimulate i Uw. nerves And give animals and fowl. of all reading matter on each page. With a fell to the lot of Lord Thurlow aa periulalt Borne pf the odd personal name met touts came

build up the blood but do not destroy PATENTSfrwnporloa kind new life.: Every farmer and powerful glass It could be read easily. < a that his good, lady was able to with In this! country originated In English "''A very good up. tout. '," Mid. ..Governor.Vardaman. ..

the germs that cause the disease.RydaVe raiser should certainly give It a The author of this tiniest book on record make several sumptuous counterpane* workhouse, where It ned to b* "and that home'forcibly
one comes )
Tonia l haD a specific effect trial.It. lived In the time of Queen Elisa and bed hanging from "them.-Pear a common thing aa Dickta intimate
the Intestines and bowels to all. men In office, was nc*>
npon freeing oosta 25c. a can and saves teatime beth and In 1975: preeeute4li.r majesty son's Weekly.DOHO "
In "Ollver.TwIst! to name foundling '
themfrom all dlseaae breeding microbe proponed by the learned Aahley Stockton -,t.;
It also kills the that ADE it* price in profit.rrmsOM with the Lord'. Prayer. the Creed. Tn for some utensil about th. asylum ot or Montpelisr..TM, oecaaloo '- 'a'I 3i"
germs VIARKS u waa) ,
Ho to I Ii
infest the veins and artarl It drive i*ntiCASNOW ans. Commandment., two short Latin pray r..... t. .t.- i I for anything. else that might strike the *farewell IlanqaM'Co the goveeoot of/dl
Lea" Hank M,1104. hiD and motto and the -I ,thought you'wero.gdag.. to :
from the'blood all potaonou* matter ere own name stupid. fancy of the autborltlva. Thu
:Yenpont who term of offlo
bM.ulna Black-DmaM I was ** and make It rich and healthy.. Block I h.v.ad Poultry roar Mxllcln on mr date all written on a bit of paper the quit| all your bad habits pout-I did.1 many persona were launched apes the
RYDALE'S TONIC Is a blood Mock low some Urn*. I her. used nklad size of a linger nail and let In a ring but nobody recognized me atidf I bad to I world bearing the name ef the day 'Hare*, aald Aahlay Btocktoo'at tiila"1tenqtMt. '
r,;:builder serve restorer, and a alarla ol Mock too bat I .kvo feud of gold covered with a crystal. In this hpti' In allnl In..io 'people'would know m*. of the week of church or shiest 'Ii
... it will th** jrmtn ill I the best lor *>y pvrpo..,. : I some 1.. the health of aU ....--..? '-t. ,
itroy.ny'1yyit, Rot..dirap- J. .. BAMOM.' ease aleo a magnifying glow mad 'thewriting :near the asylum and of a hundred and Tbey oom hi .with a great<<.deal '
OFF ,lfr u fATCMT Ot I Examine: what la sold not him who of D4I! %/ I g w,
quit l.gtbl.Boetod'Teanscript' \ one other. (blntfn', furnishing equally but
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!., TilE DOCTOR CHANGES- HIS MIND CITY, ALIQVERTHECOUNTY Mr and Mrs 'T' J Shave Jr of Ran ., ... .,._. ., ._.,. ,.
VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD : ,THE COUNCIL. Oallie ...: .- !!! .. !i'-.C.r'=:,:-.J;
are visiting their parents Mr and C't'eo: : :: ; :ect':: : ':eo:t'':,,=:: eo:=::eC't':: : ': ...''::''' '
'. The Rev. D.: MacArthqr, of Mrs L IS Causey.

New York the other,day gave The Business Before It at the'Reg- TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO MrsO L Moody paid Palatka business .5s\:!, WATTS & MILLER; .

I ICitterod In the Pos'joffloa at DeLtnd. PI*., the world' a fine example of pul- Session.. THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS visit Friday bringing her grandson Curry ,1. *.
t* mound class matter. pit hysterics. Among other ular Monthly CORRESPONDENTS. Crews home with her. ,

things; he characterized Roosevelt The city council held its regular -- We are pleased' to note the convalescence I 1

U. E. FBEVATT, Editor Proprietor as "the foremost man in the monthly meeting last Monday night Pierson.R quite indisposed of Thomas for A Baker several who days.has been : HARDWARE FURNITURE |

human race." That, of. course! with all members present except eren- ,
--- includes the dead! as well as the dent Bond. Alderman Fish was elected Mr Lee Oateen. mall clerk of the

DEMO( ATIQ( TICKET.NATIONAL. ( he said adl minutes of last H Ashley the timber man bad Atlantic Coast Line was visiting his .
living. Secretary Hay, President pro tern business In Seville Saturday last. sister Mrs L B Causey first of this week. i: UNDERTAKING {t tIi
was "the greatest diplomat under meeting read and approved.
'' Alex Hag trom. a lad of good be. We are pleased to note the convales- .
God's clear skies. In both! made by the Treasurer, I '
were .ffiK
United States Senator. ., Reports hnvlor took an outing to DeLand last cince of Mrs D B Henderson, who has ,\ A LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, TURN \
JAMES rTALIAFEBRXUeiuborofCoiiKHiMiind. ; of which expressions he out-riised City Clerk. City Engineer! and Marshal week.R I' been quite indisposed for several days Znltnre and Everything for your home. the Best and Lateifetn' '\Ii| *....

District.' Jacob Riis. Now, when ministers I which were approved. It Starling of Holley Hill former with a slight: attack of fAver. m the Market. and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLB forrhei'

)R&KUL.ARK. of the gospel utter that which I Bills accruing against the city for the ley of this place, was on business here Mr J T Moody l is-erecting him.a very W fine class of Goods we carry. 'lOur! Furniture Department Is three WiJi ..
rruliideutial Electors. people know to.bo jot true about month were audited and the clerk instructed Monday pretty two story cottage by his peach doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything InAi
lines will take In showing through either depart- '
H. 1'. IIA1LBY.T. temporal affairs how are the to draw warrants in settlement orchard a mile from town near the railroad our we pleasure yon }
Oar farmers have Wifi
JICNI41M1SJ. about filled their and W ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy you or your
Lake Ix nlae.
A !
4 U. B. KOONJk", to be expected: to believe w hal of same. barns with bay and fodder; then cornea fronting > money back. \J/Jifi
A. B. !iEW'l'ON'F they say about spiritual affairs? Mr. Wilson chairman of the street corn peas, etc. Mrs A B Prevatt and son Waldnrman. I "
B. s'roNEMAN..T..T "The foremost man in the human committee made report in reference to Justice of the Peace Otto Kirchoff of who have been spending twc weeks \ Careful Attention given all Mail' Orders.Ii

For.Uowrnor._. race" must stand pretty near to laying sidewalks on the various streets DeLeon Springs tranacted business In with, returned friends and home relatives first of in the Jacksonville week- jjj UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. }M J-
Pierson selling boxes. i
divinity itself. Would we like as ordered by the council, stating that orange Dr 'has .
0 A Stiles
O. .
of State.H. to trust our souls' salvation in the contracts had been awarded but only I The dg( killing /goes merrily on. The p'aoe half mile from town and.will Mr. J. A. Stith n graduate a \"iW i/
two for Wil pro of one of the finest Embalming /Ij k iSi S !
poisoner /got Monday one
who finds had i i
sidewalks s
a feed
the at build and
CLAY \WFOKD. keeping a man two of completed once to move out aa
longhby Minshew and one for a darkey. ||li Schools of the country, is ia,1
A ttorney4IeneratWILLIAM .demi-god in Theodore Roosevelt been accepted as complying with the soon as convenient. It is .a very pretty -. ; charge of this department and
H. KLLIS. -Savannah News.It ordinance for the construction of side There was a snored song and musical property. and the Doctor has secured a ". will (give: prompt and careful THEiiufll s Bl Tvs s pViT-
Comptroller.A.C.lRooM.! walk service conducted Sabbath evening at bargain.A di| attention to every detail of thif 11 JlM HK K Z ) mW Vf"
McArthur the DeLand home of Mr and Mrs Peter Pieraon.
B work.
Mr Woodall. chairman of the fire Prevatt district registration \Ii mIi
State Treasurer. people freshly remember, who and water committee. reported that After spending a month's outing at office for this precinct has the books
her former Georgia home Mrs John opened Monday and Saturdays of each \ Funeral Supplies JI \\Ii
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. came a thousand miles on a certain pipes bud been laid to the sections of Ball arrived back to join her husband week at the postoflice for those to register I

Superintendent Public Instruction. occasion to proclaim a schoolteacher the: city where surface wells had been Saturday. who have not been fully qnalliffet \, Always In Stock. \!

Commissioner W. M. HOLLO of Agriculture.A.Y. the greatest man living, condemned put np to the present time Capt W T Walters' log foreman. J W to vote. \04'e, -.".., ."" ......"..,.......".. .-.,.._.."...".., .-................".. ..,....,.......:. :I:. :I.JI I..,..."" .......""' .4.1.....
B. K. MuLIN.Ralirued him none bad applied for city water. Wade of Ostwn, was guest of his Mrs J M Frazee, of Jacksonville 1 is ::=::=::=::=\ ::=::=::=::::::::::=._._:::: ;
pre-eminently comparing At the request of President pro tern father-In-law Mr John Dartls here visiting friends and relatives in town.
Commissioner. Bethlehem.And also relieving her sister Miss .
of Jnanltn
with the Babe Saturday JE
Fish Messrs. B. E. Prevatt and S. B.
Prevatt In the postofflce a few days. .
Justice Supreme Court-Six Year now, so soon, to have found ; Wright were named to assist Messrs. Capts D F Morrison of TurpentineCity Her husband, arrives Thursday to accompany .. : .
and O. F. Fish in the and J J Bishop of Bakersbnrg, her back -
FENWICK TAYLOR. another ideal in the person of 3. W. Johnston home.
forward each load
sent a car of the ijiiji
Justice Supreme Court. Theodore Roosevelt as superiorin preparation of the matter for the De- best naval stores Thursday. very Mr S A Baker. our saw mill own has Before
ROBERT S COCKERELL, Land booklet. purchased a planer barrel staves and l jj
THOMAS H. ACKLhPOllD': "' greatness and goodness to his DMlss Della Rush one of DeLand's shingle machine from Atlanta and will '
The clerk was Instructed -to draw iffl
J. WHIfFIELU..OOUHTY.: Fairest took /
B. flowers weeks
a sojourn at have
them in
former love, forces the convictionthat warrants in settlement of wood hauled hU: place last. week as guest of her His mill i is turning operation out in ureat; a week quantities or so. ( Have we carried a more fj\

Circuit Court Judve. there is an ulterior motive every.week to the pumping station. friend. Miss! Frederica Peterson. of first grade rough lumber. /l\ Complete Stock of to

MINOR S. JONES. which prompts this change of the The street committee wa empoweredto The Hughes brothers Isaac ane -.--

State Attornjy. Doctor's opinion.The employ men for the purpose of uncovering Sbephard handsome hustling honed $
JOHN C. JONJ!:!!. shell at the shell pit. carpenters are op to see their motherat Orange City. t <& FURNITURE b |f
this place from DeLand this week.
Represeutiltlve.| John B. Stetson University Notice was given that at the next to *

1'HAS.). J. BI'AKHMAN.County L. "HMITH.T. .. begins another year a week meeting an ordinance will be introduced I Helen The two Cade pare sisters and Misses charming Mary and Shingles are on the ground to repairthe ,.TEverythinff;' for your home-the latest in style-the best Ift \ r_
young that made. We want to take through this depart. ii'Jf'
is you *
for the levy of a tax of 4 mills for Burril business block.
JudgeJ. from next Wednesday, and the laxiies of this place, terminated their ment of our Store You will! find the goods you want and '.,5f

L. MCCROHY. outlook for the opening is very, water works and, fire protection. I Coronado Beach* outing, returning Miss Alma Halliday has returned /f\t at prices that /f 1to
Clerk Circuit Court Councilman Wilson gave notice that Wednesday. from Orlando where she has been "attending

SAM'L I D.JORDAN. promising, 'comes the report at the next, meeting he would Introlucel Capt F D Harper of West Pierson, the Normal. CAN'T BE DUPLICATED W

JOHN Sheriff R. TURN KB. from the business office.! The an ordinance providing for the levy of a; one of onr highly respected citizens. Is Mrs James Scott and family have ,t ."",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,
'quite ill He visited that skillful
at the business general tax of 10 mills and a special tax physician turned from Coronado.VIll alhe 't\ If\
Tux CollectorD. correspondence Dr 0 A Davis, in DcLand first of
PERKINS SMITH. office has been heavy the past of 5 mills for interest on bonds and. the week for medical attention. can once more get a square meal. !t Undertakers and Embalmers f

Tax Assessor. sinking f n nd Rev H Miller Mr and Mrs) John Cozen and, \ fit' f\
few weeks letters coming from S conducted divine Lonls ,
B. R. WILSON. Mr. Wilson also give notice of an service last Sabbath afternoon and evening Cozen of Waldo are visiting their father ;: Full Line of Fine Goods if'

County Treasurer intending students, and a great ordinance providing for the collectionof in the Methodist chnrch at this W H Cozen waterworks engineer. hand. '

J. J. V1NZANT. many have sent money to secure delinquent sanitary assessments.The consecrated place. He is an appreciated pastor, The water In the lakes In this section Always on f

County Superintendent rooms at Ohaudoin Hall the council ordered the clerk to ad- Christian and devoted shep. l Is nearly foot lower than in the middleof
herd of his spiritual flock.
BEfiT FISH. ladies' and at vertise in the DeLand papers and the July notwithstanding and inch anda :; J. F. ALLEN & co. mm
County SurvwrorTHOS. young domitory,
Sanford for bids for the city Turpentine! operator and manufacturer half of rain tell on the Oth and abouta
F. DRUDY. the young men's domitones. paper Capt J J Bishop of Baker bl1rg, half on the 6th. ,!n .,
Count ('omwl loneraJ night soil for the ensuing/ year.A who has read the Volusia County Record -%.
J District No 1-R. 1). BROOKE. For the past two weeks stenographers /:. contract was made with E. O. ever since he came to this place that Have little you seen Joshna Myers since e
District No FltANK K. BUND. have been Painter. & Co. for edition of / five years ago has never neglected to girl camet Smiles all the .
putrid P'o 3-W. H. MCliRIDU.' kept busy ac- an 25,000 pay for it in advance each year. time. Josh is rnlnnn a handsome. pairof __ ___.____ _____ _______ n u ___ _
District No -THOS.. L. KOUUEKS) knowledgeing( letters coming in advertising booklets of DeLand. to be mutton chops Mrs Myers and the
District No ft IH'JS.. : J, Al LI r.Mem..r. students illustrated. with scenes about the city, Capt Shop H Bennett of DeLand was baby are doing nicely.
from making; arrange transacting business in this place Satnr-
School BoardM.trlulNolJOHNL ments for accommo u.tions. artistically printed and with an embossed day and, looking after his Pierson and The patrons and friends, of oar school
CHANIM.Kl; .: art cover. The booklet will be Baketsburg are invited by the School ('ornmittfl to Why Not Drink
property. By appointment
District No :2-L. 10. I'AUShY.! :
District NoS-E. F. KN A PPI!:. We learn that the sentimentis out In the course of 80 or 40 days. It Capt Uennett met his two handsome attend the last the picnic at the schoolhouse on
of this
will be of convenient size for pocketor I daughters Miss Nora and Miss Iriue, Thursday month. Bring PURE WATER ?
- the along yonr hoe, rake etc.
general home for
pretty among to be enclosed No 10 returning a vacation after ...
If Tom Taggart can't be a envelope. closing their schools in St Augustine. Orange City will be well representedat T Orange City Ml HIT:11 Hprlnir Water It unsurpassed. In purity, bo ag ,
nominees elected
carry that will to
Southern Bell Tele- ,, .
An agent of the Stetson absolutely free from '!("nlu matter and pnsKCNMiugr inlnernl operiif s
Indiana for Parker: and Davis, Legislature this for the phone Co. was before the council with I J R Turner, the efficient well'posted Misses University and Hattie the coming/ tern especially beneficial cases or kidney.' d I liver tro'ible
year, Amy Fuller Miss '
high bheriff was here Thursday with 'I u s w.,tur I has leceivcil Ih..te"an". encloisoiiK-nt\ fioin Much simon. ns KrnstusU -
no man .in America .can. passage of a vagrancy law, an application and contract for a local the description of a runabout negro Helen Manville Miss Nellie Martin and Smith |>mli, snrnrchemistry. Hi'loit, College llHuil, \Msconi-lii, one
_. Joseph Roberts will attend. ot the bent chemists In tills J. B. dlie'itor, Miw Yoik, nmloibeiH.
.- similar to the law passed by Alabama exchange. After considerable debate suspect( arrested at Capt J J Bishop country; Ogden; ,

The green oranges have startedto The over the proposition the matter was turpentine plant by Deputy Sheriff J QCade. Mr Dellen'hiiolc, preparing/ lot In therear Dr. Biynton of Clovelai, Ohio, wrlfst: "It Is the |"u o-t spring water
and .
move to the markets from the Georgia. passageof filed for future action.It Sheriff Turner released" the of the hotel for a garden., l Every known tome. lam using It ant, reunmm..mlnf! | It to other It only ,needs
such a law would compel] decided to in water. scamp: the marks and brands did'ntqnite hotel should have a garden for nothing a trial to ounvlnce anyone tlmt It bas no suuurlur ss a ta>"lo water."
orange section down in DeSoto was put no fill the bill. ,pleases] the :S:Northerner more than to .Many "..nlJ.< nnva visited Orunna/ (Itv ny advice o' their pliynlelnns fnr
thousands of idlers over the metres in the colored district, the council The growth of the business and trade write home, "We had fresh strawberries the urpoii of touting th" Mineral. Sprint/ Water, deriving, crest lirnellt from
county. its The water Is diawn from a snbwrrunean "' feet bet .w tile
use. Spring117
State to go to work, characters giving them flat rate of $8 per of the J A Harper & Co'a popular mercantile on the table on Christmas dny." surface U very puUtab'e: and altogHtlior time Best water lo be round In the

who will not work unless year. establishment at this place Rev Halliday commenced "'
There compelled holding South.The
is doubt about it
: no, a Councilman Fish gave notice of an ordinance necessitated an addition to the clerkship services at the Congregational Church Orange City Mineral Sprlnd Water received the only illplnmn at the
large amount of capital continuesto to. It would also free the department. Now Mrs Harper / 1St Ite Fair at Jacksonville competition, with many oilier, dlnpluys. It is
for a sidewalk< north side East on Sunday. 11th. Prayer meeting will
his estimable wife with her bright and now belnlC bottled and sent out by th Oranxe City MlncriilSiirlnir (.umimiiy,
How into this State for invest- State of many of the dangerous New York Ave. from Amelia Ave. pleasant smiles holds that counter he held on Thursday evenings as hereto, put up In attractive stylu in cases ofl2111,1I'-lfall"n botlli". For further Inlor-

ment. worthless scamps that are foundin east to the Daniel lot. jumping, position; Charlie Smith holds all fore.through Sabbath the school hextod has term been under kept the np mation, addressORANGE

nearly every section of the Chairman of the building committee the: combination /get speed right and leadership of O N Dozier.Mr CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,
correct In the
All Florida people will agree Florida. asked for authority to repair city water delivery goods hauling business drummers like a lad and of Evelnth has marketed. his grapes C. A. BULLEN Mgr. Orange City Fin.

that the past hag been the most closet and to repaint steps to the athletio Iron nerve and determination fed upon In DeLiind. this place, down the East:

Tom Watson, it appears, is in building, which was granted. stewed firecracker on toast and a bunch Const. He never foils having good crop.
pleasant summer seen in. the of hardtack. !Mr Eveleth l is one of_the 40's to California
State for the; employ of the republican in this county. From there he went
many a year. Electric Light Rates. The West Pierson home of Mr and

committee, as he is saying To Our Patrons: Mrs Willonghby Minshew was the to whom Australia he married., and there She is met now the 1 in lady her DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works

Great crowds are going now to some mighty nice things Without any desire to enter into an scene pound party of one entertainments of the most last delightful Wed 74th year. and I is more spry on her feet

the St. Louis ,Fair. Septemberand about Teddy, while abusing argument with anyone, but to correct nesday evening the young people of this than most women at forty. J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager.

October ,are the pleasant Parker and the democratic committee repressions received by our patrons section have had the pleasure of attend -. ,

months which to visit St.Louis. in all his The who are misinformed with regard to log this summer. Over seventy five DRESSED
speeches. Lake Helen.Mr
be meter service we make this state- guests were there and all speak in glow. .
republican campaign committee ment. log terms of the elegant/ manner in LUMBER
One 'and. half million boxes which they were entertained. The AND ROUGH
a' announces that Mr.. Watson can We are adopting the meter service leligbtfal refreshments of ice Rob Bond Is spending his vacationin
: .is the estimate! of the coming! have to conduct his not to increase revenue, but to de. Ice cold sweet milk .tea, coffee and Ohio. Ceiling, Flooring," Siding Turning, Scroll Sawing Moulding,W lndow ana
money crease the use of unnecessary lights. Door Frames, Newel Post', Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns etc., .
cakes were served by a sweet circle of Miss Thrall ..
of the. State. The will leave this'week
.orange crop' paign if he wishes and this evidently -I There are two classes of patrons: eight young ladies of about the same spend her vacation in St Augustine.Mr SheddIng for Groves and Pineries. (8T Crates and Box :Material a specialty -
growers; are holding for $1.25 per I ] that the republicans One, who, under the fusing system age and dress. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.
means recently in use, were economical with Bird, has opened a meat market
box on the tree, and they should will furnish it. the of burned the That DELAND
use lights ; other enterprising orchardlst, trucker and i la having some very nice Florida. FLORIDA.
get it. who permitted all lights to burn and planter, Justice Jim Cede of Little beef
'-1 I whether in use or not. We realize Egypt in West Pierson. who i is always ."
Both Hamilton and Gadsden
quite a !good deal of this in habit, yet well supplied with plenty business up- Charlie Pelton bus fronted himself to
; Th stock to that proposed: counties voted on the liquor these: same parties would not leave to date common sense, made some a new horse a very handsome little

V 9500,000 bankand trust county selling question last week. The heir water faucet open" when not In lightning record and rapid fire step bay.The BOND LUMBER COMPANY.Will .
Ude. You will readily see that this lively high and wide early Wednesday tennis court seems to be a favorite

at Jacksonville has been sub- former' voted to''remain dry by causes ua extra expense with no benefit morning last to convene an extra ses- place with the young pe Jple, even if the quote you prices and supply yon from their yards near the depot at DeLa-
scribed and half over' again. to anyone.' 'ro remedy this we ion of court. Now our popular Justice weather. is warm.
170 majority, and Gadgden went with the beet cypress and yellow pine
adopt the meter service. This will of the Peace Is receiving the congratnla-
'The institution will start up dry by 22 majority. It will not be equitable to all and your bill will ions of his host of friends upon the Mr Frank Chandler expects to sell Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings

January,1) h.. Le correspond with the amount you use. advent of a pretty little buxom ten his Lake Helen property. and go into Turnings
very long before'every county We are making a careful and painstaking pound man to take charge of the Vo- business the North -

M iD the State will be dry with the test of each meter before In. usla county: Democratic column lateron. Mr and .Mrs Myers exp<;ct'to give a SHINGLES, LATH ETC.

The apple crop is estimated exception'of: those having portsof ) tailing,having purchased two test- Mn W H Woodard attendant reports house warming soon in their new nouse, All Lumber Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere in UtLEW.BONDCQ
as the largest grown'' for years lug meters for this purpose.As mother and little man in flue con- which is nearly linl hed. -
: entry.. In such .c unties' the to the rate, we feel that we are dition.At "
Umg'up North Lti'I The workmeu'are 'the
They are s 'patting
foreIgn element is and it making a low rate-In fact. lower his old tricks Oar op .
; per barrel. The, ,Fl rida .merchants will be 'difficult I to strong drive, the Orlando ban any city in' the South of Its size. till holds hovering again.in its harbor vicinity that speaking telephone terms poles;with so we DeLaud.will soon'' be "On. .u .-1 ;t.-1-1.-1."! .-1"111 ...--1.-1.u....... ,
being near us, consequently
should nine dirty, notorious brazen back door ,
sell them for notm'ore't
z saloon from,them.Epropatkin .-. better known to our people, bell broth qnlck catchy hot dishwater Loo Hazel and; family after several I ; ;.
'lr15.per barrel.It l.- I.i spoken of to'''us as furnishing a back bitter tattler and poisoner of dogs I week ':vislt with Mrs Miles have returned
: lower rate. We can authoritatively to their home in Orlando.. -. ,
retreated in "goodorderl' and hogs. He seems to harbor a great ; :
f fa ; state that their meter rate l la 12 cents enmity towards dog/ animals. He Claude is 4
that putout Pelton
:pretty'certain; Nebraska home after doing
176) miles from Port.Ar- per 1000 watts, with a minimum of
poison last week about :
town that the Louie S Manufacturers
Ht Fair and spending a month of J'' ,
( .will:.elect. a democratic thur.I'The Japs came near put- 3.00 plant: In per the month.state Is Only one service other killed four dogs and one or two hogs with relatives Illinois; and he says .

t, legislature this .year, and this '.ing. a stop to his* retreating at for less, and to make furnishing good the deficit Justice Hanson Cade one dog lost/ a Franze valuable Rosengreenone dog,' H A Lake, Helen is the best; place yet.Our'lcbool |: Orange Box'' Material, Pineapple Crates Peach 1 .

means that William Jennings 'I Liao Yang. from the latter place accruing from this charge, a tax is Mrs Nets Pierson ,one dog and one opened the 11th of Sept I ,
c Bryan' will be elected ,tor,the made on the people" it being a municipal or two hogs. .That hard hearted scamp with 80\ pnptla Miss Chisholm is a I Crates, Orange and Peach Baskets, Straws
hurried that he left
I so rapidly plant. To those who have u larded by the people here teacher of much experience, and we ex- "
United. ..States. senate m' that. us wounded and dead on the hattie been> economical with the use of lights between a baboon and a crank as across peel a good school year. Quite a nnm.ber 1 berry' .Baskets! etc J Ji .,
under the fuse system, we believe He of our people will attend .. ;
State. uses every scheme thxt hate and young -'
; fieland along his retreating there will be little if difference i "-"
any, Stetson this
'II malice can Invent against truth justice year. i OrdersFilled Promptly and
path for the enemy to look after, It is our purpose ,to give as good ser and right. The" bad | shipped ,Anya;' ,
:Editor'-Wallace, Stoval of the vice aa possible, and with that end in young rople a fine dance at i where .
view think that with the of the Hopkins Tuesday evening. --*- -
r k'own;; use .
,., ; Tamp, Tribune, waa married It ia there are over meter service exclusively we can Seville. about : twenty couple dancing The t

:' last ,week;;,to tMiss'Fayii Stokes, 5,000 Democratic' newspapers give you an all night service the entire uuBic fine.. by' The the Boshnell floor and In Wlnegar fine : Address, ,.! : if (y i tlVf1|
< ,. vas was con. I ( '
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.one of thecharming'ypungladies; this counjing which 'are ;support-" year Electric truly.Light & Ice Co. Several good rains fell here last week dition,"a'. little- too smooth for one young i THE B..W.BOND CO.J.? ?. 1 I ,

fc of that place. _..The. happy Couple Judge*Parker..for the. 1'resi- and good many more are needed. man.| -:

,.: I:. tare now,out- West.on) I I. wedding lency.! .' y I 'Many' 'democrats, are' waiting Miss Ruth Johnson; of Jacksonville, .1 :; !,""k .l {',-.f }I .
for 1 fa the guest of Miss Elsa Prevatt. '"

s, trip.. _'The .Record extends toMr. '&II p"Lodge reiterates that etter Judge'of acceptance.Parker's .forthcoming They hopeit Mauler Thomas A FacetU' of St An. SOUTHERN RAILWAY; ................ !! !....... .... .. .. '

,and Mr.... Qtoyallots:' .happiest 'he will make no displa/of 'ora- Kostine la visiting hi*aunt Mrs MesenierTho ,
congratulations ". will be clear and bold, and to ... .. .
.. 'ory anywhere butla.> Massachuebti. truck growers are busy now World Fair Route'.Hest Line to 81. < -
.(, --.au.. -.- !.-. .. tl T.., .. '.. I the; point.' Congressman Living. planting their fall of Irish ; '
'"'"' last .' 'Chairman .'faggart reiter, of the crop potatoes Louis-Superb Dining I 'Vermont went republican ton Georgia paYI people The Seville, MaGMa and Braddock '
'i-if! /- .' kOflt; ate thai therefore' he has" hopes Stop over going and returning T"'E' 'EGCL"ES' r p$ and 'spoutJngJ Pump I
.week : ; 'hQ this who schools all opened with good attendance. '
by ,VusuAL, pajority, ( country want a. man Atlanta, Knoxville, Louisville Auhe tanks'"made''
%, after. ..tremendous. effortito have !f1earryingtheetatefor, ,.Parkers; will taiaintain the' law and New sweet i>ot toes! 'are In our market ville and principal North Carolina rginsmi_. J Veils ;and"
preserve and fresh fish and beef mountain resorts. ,ft : } or ; all ..'
pork tA.J. Repairing'
once B : .4::.. ? .er
it.s .tli .tf n lr p ll ir. the constitutional goverit'ment. "
/ ", ;) Losjyel W is l letter 4 aci week. See High Bridge, the highest railroad '
j -.ofv '" 1 '" I. ; Piurnber. lndsSatisfaalqnguaranteecf.:
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l .e.'Ii.QJ1, .... .epF.ElOQ eeptdeeEimske.: about tencftuVif4 up Mm J O Poppell and daughter Katie '
b f'N 8tate bas gl..eDJlarger lOUd south with New York state are visiting frledm .nd .relative In region ;Lexington and Lonisrllle.. ': : ; : "
; Is'it possible. .. that. tHii : Titnivllle. Free reclining chair cars and highclaesdsycoaonea. SIiops4d; West. ( bank n.diaqa; 'Ayeue. r',
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"LOCAL SYNOPSIS. I Miss Alma Halllday was an Orange

City visitor to DeLand Tuesday. .

I DREKA & CO. :I'TUB IMPORTANT: MEWS ITKMM OF afternoon The Oranlord with Mrs.Club W.met A. Allen.Wednesday I At CostFor C .. .. >: .4'

III THE PAST WEEK.Local : City Clerk MoLeod has been confined ATDRY [ R'O' 'Y'S :

2 For the Next Two Weeks All at his home this week by sickness. a Few Days "

I and Society Itm fur roe ".oi>l.'. Quite a crop of the Galley guava has lu L I .I ,
been grown about DeLand this -
I I .po.-B..r Mention or FMti asa year. .
Clothing I ." br: oar R.port.". Merchant John F. Culp of Spnng \ A Great Many .. ,.
Garden was hero on business Wednes- J
t/Jt I

& Go at Cost. Your Opportuny for Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. day.Mr David Tnton, G. A. Dreka & Co's +

I The DeLand High School opens on bookkeeper Is np at his former home at .
.i VERY RARE BARGAINS October 8rd. Jasper.. GOODS : .

Mis sea Neal and Freeman left Thursday Hon. W. S. Thayer and Miss Thayer r ,
for St. Lonis. i were Enterprise visitors to DeLanc "
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f The tracker are having; fine seasons Wednesday. .. Y

tit Attention Is called to our for getting In the fall gardens. I Mrs. Allle Wilson leaves next week In the way of 4

Sheri ff Turner was on the coast the for Haverblll, Mass., and will be absent ,

&r ShirtVaists first of the week on official bllslne s. until next spring COLORED LAWNS

r Ask for Drill's No 1974 children's Godfrey Dreka left the first of tha ;

{ 4fl. $1.00, $1.25: now 79C hone pair.; beat for the money, 121+ to 17o per attend week for school Washington this winter.where he will PRINTED MUSLINS, etc. ,',' a .;):;

i. 50 and, m 750, ,m,now 390 Monday Mrs Lake,Maynard Helen Bond visitors and to childrenwere DeLanc week Braddock Mrs from, H.at a B.Hnntington.visit!Burgess to her daughter returned/ Mrs.this,I And Some Ladies'' and Children's Shoes. ,].

4t.OREAT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS Tax Collector Perkins Smith was at Mrs. J. E, BIgelow leaves the first of PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Phone 17 ,
the week for a two months'stay. In New -
Ginghams that were 20o and 15o, DeLand from New Bwyrlla the drat of N
ill York and Philadelphia, to study China p'
d' NOW 12 1-2C the week. painting.A ""4

tJf. ." "" "" ,,,,, The family of Mr. E H. Talton re fine new lot of hosiery received by .f!J
tnrned the latter of the week from, Iter. W. I'. with us.
part Brill this week; also a beautiful lot or Denny. Insure( SPECIAL NOTICE, "

ASK TO SEE Coronado.Mr. new linen effects stationery 20 to COc Rev Walter P, Denny of New Jersey, Now is the time.gl'Ot t u\

and Mrs. J. D. Sprake are spending per box, and less in bulk. has been engaged as minister at the cash for losses. The next visit of ,;

September at St. Louis, seeing the Mrs. Con O'Neil and children returned Presbyterian church this winter his

i Our BargainsPhone World's Fair. home last Saturday. Mrs. O'Nel engagement beginning Snnday Oct. 9, |U should be protected. DR. E. T. ALLEN OP TAMPA ':

The coming orange crop of this immediate has been spending the summer with when he will preach He Is a young Dyou Insured? THE J
home folk at Ontario.
section will bring thousands ol Kingston man and comes very highly recom "
t4ttit. company reliable. Eye, Hose and Throat Surgeon,,I'l;-l:
77.The. dollars into DeLand The DeLand Ladies' Card Club met mended. Every
to DeLand. will be
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last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Dr. .
Save your hay before it l is too late. does
John Reeve and this week Mrs. C. A High Honor for Mist lIalllcln When your policy expire? Saturday Sept. a
T. N. Pate will do It at moderate price 17.
Wood will be hostess of the Club
in force? .
with his mowing machine. Miss Alma Halliday. one of the efficient (Js your ,-
Misses Neal and Freeman .
The local pineries are furnishing our ot Magnolia and successful teachers in the Telephone number sixteen.
market with the luscious Smooth Studio are taking views of the city "Spray Pumps."
public schools of this county, won high
from which half cuts |HON| INSURANCE AGENCY.
are to be
Caynne in great abundance. and merited honors in the September
made to be need in the DeLand booklet. ALL KINDS OF
The pine trees of Florida are bringing examination for teachers at Orlando. will find us at 1
millions of dollars to the State in the People are already arriving at De- She secured the highest per cent of PUMPSFOR 'j

Arms turpentine and rosin they furnish Land for the purpose" of looking for points for a certificate> of the first grade, Stetson and DeLand. ,

i' College houses during the school year. They and a number of examinees contested ALL KINDS[ OH I
Prof. Morse, the new director of
J bring their children here to enter the for and secured certificates for this
1 mnsio at Stetson, and wife have roomsin Stetson:! University. MANN'SSalt SPRAYING.FIELD
grade At the August session Miss .
the Smock building on WisconsinAve.
Prof and Mm. J. Willis Westlakewere Halliday was appointed to the Seabreeze 4
DeLANO. FLORIDA at DeLand from Lake Helen school. Sick Remedy for

Capt J. S. Shingler of Asburu, Ga., Wednesday Mr. Westlake ships a a. H. J. MAGRUDER .
lag bought the Ivey interest in the fine of this from Cattle at ,
crop oranges season
& business at his Lake Helen Happily Married 60 years. I Oak Hill
Opens for Guests December 20 Hough Ivey turpentine grove. FISHER'S Fla.

Lake Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. Mat LaFollette, who' Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Patterson of this I DRUG STORE Agent Volusls and Brevard Counties :

, 1 Mr. Wallace Foard, the popular bead have been at Waynesvllle daring the place quietly celebrated their golden __ .. n.. ______ .'
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salesman in the wedding on the 3rd inst-00 years of '
dry goods departmentof summer are spending the balance of
Under the management of JOHN d. HOLLAND. G. A. Dreka & Co., returned Friday heir: vacation at New Albany Ind., Mr. married life, and they are both yet enjoying .. :

LaFollette's old home. good health Mr. Patterson for
at of the BLUE :MOUNTAIN LAKE from his summer vacation. '
present manager SO years was a Baptist minister, retir- HART SCHAFFNER & MARX'S "
t The new sweet potato is selling in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Miller and son <
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack Carl left tug, however from active duties several ,
the DeLand market. In spite of the Wednesday to visit the

Mountains.) For rates and other informa- dry year we have had there will be World's Fair, and will stop at the old years ago. They removed to DeLand

plenty of sweet potatoes grown by our Kentucky home while away They will from Lake county the early part of FINE CLOTHING
tion before November 15 to Mr. Holland
apply, return by October 1st. 1903. They have a son in the Philip ,
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. Miss Annie Pattillo of Osteen spent pines, and another in the newspaper
The Administration Committee of
business in California r'rfhe Line Made.
the; past week the guest of Miss Clara Stongest .
HOLLAND can be addressed at Stetson University held a meeting here o i
Quackenbos. She was one of the successful -
he latter of the week and
part ar- I State Certificate for Miss Austin.
ranged for the opening of the coming 2nd grade applicants at the We want your good business, and in returnwe
"' teachers' examination last On the 2nd of thin month Miss
"I week. Adallne
THE COLLEGE ARMS term on the 28th Inst. will give the Best Material the' Best
Mrs. F. E. Bond will entertain In Austin, who took the course at the you ,
y Eight or ten couples of DeLand's Summer Normal School at Palatka and the Best
DeLand, Florida honor of the DeLand Ladle Card Club was Workmanship Style.
,. young people attended the dance at next Friday afternoon. The Club will examined at that place by the State

Hopkins Hall Lake Helen, Tuesday. meet the evening before at Mr.. and Superintendent, Hon. W. N. Sheats, V. M. FOUNTAIN.

They tripped the light fantastic until Vim. G. T. Haynes the husbands attending for a State Primary Certificate She

after midnight returning at 2:80.: obtained at said examination a high .
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Miss Mary Stewart the accomplished Mrs. O F. Fish left this week for amonth' per cent of the questions given her by
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Result of September Examination. MK. ROWE SERIOUSLY HURT. daughter i>f Judge and Mrs I. A. visit up in Ohio. Mr. Fish the State Superintendent, and was Fall Samples now being shown for Tailor- .. ,

Stewart, will leave next week for Ann will take a vacation of a few weeks a awarded the certificate, which is a high Made Goods.
The at
following applicants passed
First Report That lie Had Been Killed Arbor, Mich., where she resumes her little later, joining Mrs Fish in Ohio compliment for any teacher. After
the September examination lust week Near Deresrord. studies at the University of Michigan for a trip to St. Louis to visit theWorld's leaching four years on this certificate Who Is your Tailor? Give me a trial.
and entitled to certificates to teach
are : Fair,
she will be given a life certificate by
Grade-J. L. W. A. D. B. Paxton is houses
First Hon. having
Wright !Mrs, Thomas R. Webb returned tile State. Miss Austin leaves next m>> mBBEf3
Rash Ethel Wetberell Mr. M. G. Howe owner of the De. : erected for workmen and a still put up
Wednesday from a summer's stay at week to assume her duties as one of
Second Grade. -Annie Pattillo, Mary Land Telephone Co came near being for' the DeLand Naval Stores Co.
St Louis, Her daughter !Mrs. Harry T. the teachers in the Miami High School.
Green; Winnie Llndqnlst Minnie Car killed last Tuesday afternoon The several miles north ot the city. The
Howard and children who have been
Brut report reached town that he had company will begin operation in No- -'S
row.Third Grade-Maude Milbnrn Esther been.While wmber. pending Tuesday.the snmmer In Maryland, returned Sold Fine Crop Oranges.Last NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLYMapes'

Holland. superintending the erection of Dr. G. W. Fisher and Mr S D. Jordan Tuesday Mrs. Henry B Austin
While at the World's Fair the other
There were two colored applicants, a pole on the Beresford line about a and family returned Sunday last sold to I. Randazzo, commission merchant Famous
mile this side of that place Tuesday week Capt. S. V Hough bought/ his of New Orleans the of
N. Mrs Fisherwas ,
bat both failed and another opportunity from Highlands, C. crop
afternoon it fell striking his shoulderand mountains little eon Otto a beautiful little Shetland oranges from her east of town. FRUIT AND VINEFor
will not be given them before with them in the but grove
crushing him to the ground. The pony and a handsome trap The The house her New York
Juno of next year. visits relatives in Kentucky before returning gave a draft
pole rested on the left leg. breaking it home. little man is oat everyday riding the for $3400 for the
Shetland. The is crop. A careful esti Next Year's Crop of Fruit.It .
trap expected this
FlrKt M. at the ankle the bone
Services! at the Church. protruding Miss Lottie Eccles lent last week to week. mate places the number of boxes at

A darkey came in after help The assume her duties at one of the teachers There has been considerable accomplished abont 2,500 Mrs. Austin said she sold will put the Orange Tree In splendid condition to go .
bad lifted the from the
METIIODIST UlUECII. SOUTH. men pole leg. In the High School at Fort Myers. For the past few weeks in the way the crop at a low figure, but wanted to through the winter and to put on an Immense bloom another
Drs. Reeve and Davia
responded at several Miss Ecoles has been one be relieved of the worry of marketing year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of j
Near corner Rich Avenue and. Iionlevard the and Mr. Rowe years ot general cleaning of streets, sidewalks
leg splintered
or the successful teachers in the Volnslainblio the fruit This is the firm which bontrbt trees, and the fall crops, where MALES' has been nsed.
t -Pastor* Study church. I put into a team and brought to town. and vacant lots about the city,
of in this section last
Preaching morning and evening at Upon a thorough examination the phy- sciiools bat considerable more can be done to a I.crops oranges first season IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS,
nsual hour every Sandny. Prayer meet- ,lolans decided not to amputate the leg Mr. E. L. Powe left Sunday I last on a ,great advantage. Every place in town crop bought being the
ing Wednesday evenings '7:80 should be put In a clean and attractive I anghaity. fruit north of town. The '
two weeks' vacation to Massachusetts, For Prices, etc., see or write
Sunday school, 10 a. m. then and they are trying to save it. condition by the first of October.Dr. ;firm is to be large buyers of orange
Junior and Senior Epworth Leagueat Mr. Rowe has suffered intensely, and where his family are spending a couple I -
C. J. K. Jones who recently resigned crops and during the season handles E. L. POWE Agent ;
Band 6:80 p, m? respectively.: be baa the sympathy of all the DeLand of months. During his absence his cars. ,
; many
Yon are invited to attend all these place here,as agent of the railroad will : .as pastor of one of the leading
He Is well
getting on as as o DeLand Florida.
services. J. E. MICKLER Pa tor.' could churches of Los Angeles arrived at De- ,
be expected.On be filled by Mr. Fernold, a relief manor Dec 40. ,
Land the first of the week and has been College Arms Opens
Letter to 'zT T. Blelby. the 81st day of August laat year the road.
The beautiful College Arms will
warmly welcomed by his old friends open
Mr. then interested in the
Miss Georgia Heard, who has spent a ,
DeLand Fla. Dr. Jones once owned a fine grove here, next season on December 13th and will
met with fatal accident
company a by delightful summer vacation at Minneapolis under
be the management of Mr John
D-ar Sir: Pay more for Devoe; be falling from a.. tree at the corner of Minn,, returned home this week. and he comes with a view to engage in G. Holland a well known and successful '
glad to. )It I Is loll measure and honest. Boulevard and Rich Ave. hi orange business again. Mrs Jones hotel of New York and .
Paint Is a watch dog. How would --- She arrived at the coast last week Is with Charlie out West for the present. for years in man cdarge of one of State the finest W. A. ALLEN X, CO I ie
Mrs. Heard and little
yon like a watch-dog that wonld't Honey Okra. where Gladys Who wants a bargain in a 13,room summer resort hotels in the Adiron-

watch from two to five o'clock> in the Mr. O. L.> Richards, one of the successful have been staying for awhile, and they house, in excellent repair, on paved dack Mountains, entertaining at his ho-
morning? That's short-measure. all came over to DeLand Monday.A tel Treat numbers of wealthy and Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
truckers of this section, has street, about mile from church school, '
fashionable people going to the Aidron-
How would yon like a watch dog that '
had a way of wagging his tall at a burglar gathered and sold to the DeLand big crop of the Japan persimmon stores and P. O Has been filled with dock Mountains durinthe/ summer j

That's false paint. The burglar Is market this season so far abont 1400 hall been grown in this section this winter boarders, and may be again In seasons. Elsewhere in The Record can '

rain and snow. quarts of okra from an half acre of year more than the local market can excellent t neighborhood 810 orange trees, DO found the announcement of the Stationery, .

Go by,the name: Devoe lead.and-zlno. ground and the plants are not yet take.; If the growers will ship them to 200 boxes of fruit this year, 66 acres of formal the; coming opening season of ,The and College an nnnsnally Arms Huyler's Candies. .. .... .1

Yours truly through bearing. He aold the okra at Northern markets they can dispose of land, 81 of which are in timber. Price, prosperous season Is promised for it. Kodak \. ,
F, W DEVOE Sc Co 0 cents per quart. He thinks he will them at good prices. Home of the grow only $1,000. The man who wants it The College Arms bas the merited reputation Supplies. '. b\ ff"-fu c

New YorkG get from $80 to $100 from this half acre. en have done this for years and theyIDvariably should see E H. Hayward. of being one of the prettiest Florida Souvenirs, t .i{ 'i t 1a s... 1

W Flaher sella our paint get satisfactory prices The J, F. Allen Furniture House basIn finest best equipped and most popular Toilet Requisites: .a
So what there' la
yon see money a winter resort hotel of this State. Last
)Ir. W. B. Minshew of the Barber- a car load of fall and winter goods, Watches. Dr. Mellette's Remedies. ;
SaleofNlghtSoll8.The vegetable that grown well on our pine year an $80,000 addition was made to it.
land with little work or expense. vOle section was at the county seat tb. largest and finest stock the house and for awhile last winter only cots Clocks, :,
City Council of the City of De- has heretofore ordered. could had for '
Among the lot be ; indeed awhile people
Marketed In Tuesday Mr. Minshew there has
Land will receive bids for the purchase the North a few acre of says
turned for want of Jewelry, ,
were accommodations
hundreds of beautiful away
soils of said for this .. been little rain In his section of the are willow rock.
of night city the year vegetable would bring a family a so The hotel is on the highest
beginning September I, 1904' and ending fall competence every year. The production county that the streams are all dry, and ers, which Mr. Allen secured at a bargain elevation in the city, and is a modern Silverware

"- August 31, 111I>>. Bid must be addressed wonld Increase .. the ground the cattle on the ranges can hardly get and will be sold cheaper than a first class hostelry in every particular. Cut Glass, ,,
to the City Clerk DeLand. Fla., !* made, rich. willow rocker before sold In .. .
and mnst be received on or before noon water to drink!' Deep Creek! this side war ever -- Optical Goods;
-5a5 of Barberville is and DeLand The house is now arranging Had a Great Tim*:
on September 81,194)4. dry, except now Fountain Pens, Etc
Old for Bale at tblll'olllce for for' the display of the finest stock of
; E. D. McLEOD. City Clerk paper hen of
yon come across a puddle water. Mr. Charles Campbell, Jr.. returned
DeLand,, Fla., Sep. 14.1004. :30 ota. per hundred household goods ever purchased for the
Mr.: and Mrs. O. U. Pardon, formerly SoLand trade. home Tuesday last from Manassas, NEXT TO POST OFFICE. '
residents where he went with the Florida troops, ,
-- -- of this county, having a home From the carloads of goods coming a member of the First Regimental band,

... at_ Pierson, now living at West Palm down from the depot the DeLand merchants which accompanied the troops Charlie

Go Beach, have been visiting old friends in are it the coming fall and says he enjoyed the trip and the sham .. ,I
to the y the connty for several weeks. They.. carry battles given there, and the boys from I
winter season. the largest stock of ,"
the South, he says, showed up well, ,.
St. )Elmo E turned Wednesday to their West Palm goods they hare heretofore carried loc only as soldiers In service but the r ,, I

v Beach home. Mr. Pardon reports dong I This increase in stock of goods of merchants finest looking boys on the fields. He "

For Cool Drinks made of well at his new home and thai the of any place) is a sure index of says there were several negro companies Spray fl /
there from the North but the Southern .
plea is yet enjoying a big boom. r
the growth and prosperity of thai
PURE FRUIT JUICES. soldiers refused to !give them the regnation -
,. Mr. John P. Dltsou was at; the county Then few places carry snob high class salute. While there he made a .
ICE CR&AM. .SHERBET:! 'ETC.. seat from his Glencoe place last Tues goods and the quantity, as the DeLand trip to Washington and visited the ,Your Orange Trees' with : ,

day. 'John went in to the winter merchants handle. Capital. White House, several of the
FRIe u:, DAILY :fSahet of last down grow- One of the Putnam county convicts great publIc buildings and the theatres ;
lug tomatoes season at Whale Oil I
.' and had the time of his life; that's well Soap 'Sulphurand M kt
: L4 Leave Order for fresh .. fort Lauderdale, where he acquired a escaped from the chain gang last week worth the time and expense of any ,
line body of land for the purpose. He near Spruce Creek, where the convictsare young man to visit the National Cap I

BREAD. CAKES AND PIES. came oat S1300 abead...last season, but at work on the Datona'7New al.; He could spend weeks there and Blue Vitrof; ,; "

Have W c.. Call.< year Ho:.. expected three'times that, but the market Smyrna. road.. He was seen 'Saturday boys never, he tire says sightseeing had a fine All time the minglingwith Florida -. .....;

went to pieces on account of the near DeLand, Junction.. He Is a 60 day the soldiers of tbe,North.. ,Th '

F W. B. enormous' crop shipped out the Statn coon and formerly lived' in Marion First Regimental(band of Florida was' ESHEBSt
Prop. But ha Is going to try it again the coning county making to which hIe way.section On he account was 'evidently of one played) of the on'several beat bands occasions at llanaasas for ,other and AT G. W..: ::; '

"! season, and goes down now soon to Hears on his face he can easily be Identified eglments, notably for the. troops from .- It T :..... I -, r.-. ""'"' .....' ..
:II plant! seed In beds.i and wont have his freedom long. South Carolina -. Ib\.:. "
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t'', : --- Notice of Final Discharge. 1- HODGKIN'S ATLANTIC COAST .LINE, : ,

.1" TANTALIZING FISH., .Tiitt'iPiiifOR :Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ,. ..
'. ; Guardian of L. Colby Pinkerton will .' .. "
,B>. Way .t t. SalMOB A.. ....,... tA' on the 1st day of March *. D 19)5.) pieaent. Wagon Shop
wctI his llnal nooountto the County Jude 01 [ Car Line From
rtmftm : Florida
Ocat. Volusln. County, Fli,ruin'' at bin oflloe at The Great! Through: ,
,.t' Who knows the way of the eagle In : DeLand unit IUIK that tlio seine be allowed.J. ,
the air or of the salmon In to'ea' ? D. I>RIC) DeLAND FLA.
r\ Of all flab the most tantallalng baabeen 'S .A torpid liver derange the "whole This Aug 2,1: 11104 Guardian. CONNECTIONS:
system and produce. ,..
the life study of thousands or Everything In Wagons Buggies Carts. ,
c men. Yet now little any one really SICK HEADACHE,_-- When a child I had a very severe at- Executrix Notice. etc, manufactured and repaired in my To East 'I THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE. ," via Charleston, '.Richmond ,

, \'. knows about him Rod bow conflicting Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheu. tack of Diphtheria,which came o..arprov.of Jotlo la hereby irlvm that the under- Shop:: in the very best workmanship the )f and Washington. "" S
ing fatal. Upon recovery the glands the Executrix of the I first-class men employed
sjrriflil" hAil qualified an I he known. Only
'i Is tbe testimony as to what la known! matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. neck were. very much enlarged. and after Estate Jeremiah MiUnith." and all creditors. -Ii and Hrst-class work aml(1 out. I have .. .

It you want to get the Idea that there There I. no better remedy for them the free use of iodine the right one was It-raters heirs and, distributees will ntely added. to my plant a. To 1 The Louisville & Nashville via Montgoui ry-: I
6 la no such thing as abstract truth, you common dlaeaac. than DR. TUTT'S reduced to its normal size but the let. prevent llnlr olnlrns wltklii. two yearn from West t }
12,' can form that opinion, quickly by sitting LIVEK PILLS' as a trial will prove. one continue I to'grow-very. slowly at ''his dale, 01 the uninu, will be forever 1 I The 5 The Mobile & Ohio TJ. B. Montgomery.I .. g

'5- In front of the fireplace, In a flub- Take No Substitute. first until it was about the size of a goose bjrred. SARAh" K. McUiiAm : S ll'f'3

&:-L5 log club some evening when the most egg which began to press on the wind. Titin July J.I. 1'HM.') Executrix. Via. Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for NewYork
i experienced, members are present and pipe causing difficult breathing and be I To East t Philadelphia and Boston.
I. feel like talking. There la scarcely came very painful. An incision was made Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un The 1 Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y.. Wash. Baltimore.
and a large quantity of pus discharged.. der Section 4B88 Laws
connected with the life 8 of Chapter Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
,: any proposition The Kiwi.In The gland was removed or as much al
of Florida.
for Baltimore. and Philadelphia
I I.Nulh'lIlahoh.v
history of this flab upon which any New Zealand Is found the kiwi, a could with safety be taken out. For ten Via Steamship.To Company
tb"t I'. 8 t'onulior.
f,'3 two men of forty or fifty years' experience strange bird of the. ostrich family. years I wore a little piece of cloth about an Pu rcliiaem'" of tux ei-tllli-ule given ) No TIT ,limit, ,cl I '

In salmon fishing will agree. Tbe Ostriches have two toes but tbe extinct inch long in my neck. to keep the place tile 2 A I clIK <>l' June. I1ID2.)\! IIIIH Hied said, KEY WEST VI.. PENINSULA AND
'j biography of tbo fish la filled with pns- moae bad three toes; BO also have open. During this time I had to have it OBI'(lifli'alt* In mv ollltm. and bus made application .. HAV'lNA. OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. r.j (
cling blanks. You catch a glimpse of ', cnssowftrlos' and cut open by the doctor every time I took for tax deuil to Usiiu in Hicordanco {
f.. the existing emus cold or the opening clORged, In the Spring will Inw. "Biild' rtitlcnli-s imbim.-e the
him In his Infancy. He mysteriouslydisappears rheas or South American OBtrlchos. or early Summer of 1884 I was persuade. roll I w UK d *' rilieil, piopertv sit. bated, In Interchangeable mileage.tickets good over 13,000 miles of the principal 1'IIU"JlY! )
returns during adolescence The kiwi however differs from the' by my wife to use S. S. S., which I did V'llUBllI UIII1I.H. KlOlldll" tow,itt of the Southern States are on sale. by the peincipal agents.
:'J. .. and then Is gone again until. on bin other Btrutbloua birds In baring ;four I strictly in accordance with directions. ]I liit I, IlliM.k H, :MeliOKU, Oiinoml' for complete information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent, or address

..t"" third appearance, the Infant baa grown toes. Further the kiwi cannot be said took twenty-six large bottles. and was entirely T I Jin" MII) Id liind. being KHWnopd nl) tlio tints I 0 1'hrulIllI I'uUnmn Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, vie Atlantic Kusl; Coast Line.
i"; to be fully mature. Who would think to be quite ostrlchllke for In size It la cured, for I have not suffered. nine o 'lio) issimnie 01 smelt UllcuUi\ I In the also vis Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Hallway".
;' tbe childish smelt of a few ounces that not larger than an ordinary barnyard that time. B. S.RACLAND. Soul naniu) cenHeate of 1. 1'nliBll Itulduu."le redi'unud Unless nc- FRANK C. BOYLSTON Commercial Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling rues. Alien< ;

.., slips quietly down river In the early fowL It baa a small bead with a :Royal Bag Mfg. Co., Charleston S. C- cording" o law tax" deed will issue there- 130 West Buy Street Astor Building/ Jacksonville, Florida.

., spring could com back the same summer large and muscular neck and a loner on <>n 2lt>tlay ot' September. A. L> 111O) n. H. EMERSON Traffic Manager W.J. CRAIG, General PassengeR .igent
*'. ,' In tbe pride of ;youth as a three orf" slender bill with the distinguishing Only a constitutional remedy can reach Wit'was my nilluliil, aiirniiture and seat] Wilmington North Carolina.
the 2ttb' dii of ,Aiifriiat A 1)> 1904SiM'Li
hereditary disease like Scrofula. Wh..nthe )
four pound grilse And tbe next time feature that the nostrils are placed an )) JORDAN COLD TIRE SETTER
blood is restored. to a normal conditionand
be goes upon what meat doth be feed very close to Its tip. Tbe logs are short,
f": that be jumps to maturity; and ten but the muscles on the thighs are well there. the is a scrofulous gradual return deposits to health.are carried S.S.S.of By lion Flab l II. C. .- Can set your vehicle.Tires We without take out taking no Florida East Coast Ry. -I.1
weight T What ports docs be and tbe foet and wheels from
7 pounds i developed, are strong is well known. as i i Notice of Application for Tax Deed felloes
\. visit while he Is off on bill deep sea powerful and provided with sharp blood bolts rub no paint or bnrn your
purifier anctonic. Under Suction 8 of Chapter 4155. and It'work
f"\ cruise Whore does be keep the chart I IJ claws. It Is a bird devoid of any external It is the Laws of Florida. and with yon a hot will tire.never Come have yonr see Tires set LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In, Effect June ::4, 1904. !

;; by which after his far away wanderings trace of wings and there Is no only guaranteed, Notice I. hereby iven that'I'h".r Sanls. hot again.
lR be unerringly ,returns to his trace of tall visible while It Is covered S S S strictly vegetable. .. purchiiK-r nf Tax (',.,'lilluntu N" IH4, dined, Thanking yon for your p..tronageIn nUTHeOUND-RIAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
,W; birthplace Add why do many grilse with long narrow hairlike feathers remedysolu.. Ifyot the lId d"v 01'Juno. A. l>. 1'KU.) hall Ii led the iiKHt ana hoping a continuance in
have signs 01: eail I oerllllcatu in my oiHoe mind hna mode I IDally. I No.98 N..7a
50.201 I
S come to some rivers and'comparatively and on tbe fore part of tbe bead and Scrofula write ui "l'IlIc"tle'lI| | Stir tix deed to I SOlO in ixnoid the inline, I maintain NO..Oj STATIONS I Dally.6Ua. Dally.IMF .
:(.: few or none to others In Mlramlchl sides of the face are straggling hairlike with Inw bud. reitillculn. embrace, Yours to serve, I
'" and our physician atiLv situ odIn ...................... Jacksonville ......................Ar jid& f lj
,; waters there- are 10'August! ten grilseto feelers.-Chicago News. will advise you fre. the followl us: dpkcrlbrd properly I SCOTT HODGKINS.I re:Iff.......... ...............So Jacksonville ......................Lv 8 42e tip
every full grown salmon. In the VoUiHlu county, KlorldH tow itt: I l OOl'! .'...........................at August! *).. ......................... 4U. I 00.
there scarcely gtlIsoaiLFrouf The Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, Ga. fjita'tf, 'IJ.) 81, J1, Jo. 87, :W, Stoicr1, Enter I' 11111. .............................. U 0'11
i;'. Toblque are any Slow II. Mad the Alp.. |>ice Notice of Final Discharge U 411.. : i4* 4 45 p
.t "Tbe Trout of the Ne- lias painter ever fixed on canvas dnte __ -
at tbo
S any; ----- --- -- 1 be sold land! beIng) siiacssetl i-lx months ; : Ar .......................... .
Frederic Irland In Scrlbners. 1I11"e hereby' irlvin that It 10 p
\,. plalgult1 by visions, distinct and haunting of lands SIOL UtUtfft.llow of the Issuance 11 e.iib" certillcHte In said the ..r'e"llIl' towiti. On tbe first day ">il Hep.enilier 11 16 a Ly ........................... 00* ,I wjton
ot 1. Felt Unless .7
S:, _ be bad never seen? I know not. Tbe ir.nny roudem are fnuilllar with OTllflcuto name holt Otoi-ge ho redeemed .according to A L) l'K)4.'! 1 will' |>iesunt my UnaBcoiiiuit -. -Mp- A' .......................... ..... S 00.
';1 nearest thing of the kind was a wonderful tilt* history and oiiicin of the most com- law. 'AX oed! will issue tbereon on the 21aldHV us iilininlnirBlor. of the entate' of .... .. S 00. LT ................ .... 011. 'I 101 ..
a I / GARTER' 8U'PERSTITIONS. erection of brown paper and apparently mon nrtli''i'H: they dully tinei We eat September A. D. 1MH) W II Hum A. Cone deceased to tbe County ,'"
Florida, and ui-k iiLv .. ....... .........
; Ingeniously; arranged shelv- drink. wear without thinking/ whence Witness my official of signature A. l>and. 1U04.! seal Judge fur a final of'Volusia discharge county as such Hdnilnlxtrator I 08 RI It *0 p...:.:::. i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: g :aa a 03 tip p
S Bar are a few garter superstitions Ings built up la rocklike fashion, covered ,>>r wherefore. Stockings were known this the :20th tiny August.I Dated tbis the 87th day of May 1'J 4 p ................. sea tOp
SAM'LI). JOKDAN. ............. .
S that still survive' :. with little green toy box trees and iiiont the ItoiunuH wore than 1,800 ()Ierk Circuit Court Volunia Ctunty, Fla. PETER CONK, 117 it 1. p ........> (en.Os up lOp
,- Gold garter buckles are "lucky"; andsilver dotted here and there with bits of mirror \. ciirx 01:'". us la proved by paintings By Ben Fish, D. C. Administrator 18 p ........> 411 sop

S ones the reverse.. glasd and cardboard houses which found In the ruin of Pompeii. They .14 I OG 8' p P ................, (. \ Soc to a al lOp p

S Tbo girl who wears her garters below once puzzled me considerably; In the wel't' considered more ornamental than 10.. a 00 p ........ is a 23

: the knee will early lose her beauty. parlor of a cottage. "Do tell me what useful. Iu tll'H'oldercllwllteof norther MISSING WORD_CONTEST Si I Ii tip p.:::..::..:::.ii Hasting..e; f ; :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::.: ii N.a 1813I f=

.To put on the left garter before the that Is?" at last rose to my lips. Europe: they became a necessity and 16 tip........... : U. 11 tonI
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15 18 p. 4. It 61 a
S right on dressing In the morning will "That answered my hostess very I the manufacture of them became a PRIZES Offered for 108 'St I'.. ............. Se 11 Ms
brine bad luck all day. slowly-"that Is a work of my late 'us- rix-Oiinlzpd employment" In tbe twelfth I 101 I Solution lOi 0 P. ............. Oil a 10 lea
the Correct .. ......
.18 p ..... SO p 1015 *
The marriage of a bride who wears bend. representation of tbe Ilalps as century, when they were fashioned 118 I 10 P ................. lOp V 48 a'
but white her wedding close as 'e could Imagine It, for 'e never chiefly of cloth. In the reign of Edward .411 P ................. np M"
S any garters on Tropical Manufacturing Co. Manufacturers of the Great Health 47 80 )" ............. ". Isp SOs
: :' day will have an unhappy.ending. was abroad. I. often think of that II. they assumed a resemblance Ig 8 It p. .............;... :; ; tip t BO*
i : man "who never was abroad" and of to those now worn. At the courts of Drink METrO, will Pay all Tribes. The (Contest Open 8117 alP ............... lb p 05*
The Inckiesr'colors for garters ore 47 7 10 p .................. 18 p s ; white blue and black.,, The wearer of bis representation of the Alps; of the Spain and Italy they; were fashioned of to All. It's FREE to You. H 7 44 I) ................. 38 p 16T .
I within boars of poetic vision. of actual creation silk and were made enormously large. .68 pQop ....................W.. up 60s,
fsl!i: yellow garters will lose a.friend .08 p............. ........... tsp T .
from sheer
J a ;year. perhaps strength of FIRST PRIZE.To 110 116 p................. ..,.Ft 01 p a 40M*
longing which resulted In that quaint However e 110 P ....................,.. H 18 p 8.. .
\ .' If a garter breaks In church the As numerous may be the op. 48 0 tI p... ............................ t 10 p S )0e .
t wearers marriage will be happy but work of thoml art.-Maculllan's close as Magaslne.A he could .Imagine I portnnltles of life they are never discovered the first one sending In the correct answer we will give a beautiful TWa .00pA'.. .........., ... .. ....... .. ...MI.ml..L... OOp boa

It the accident happens at a dance It by those who keep their eyesclint life size picture In gilt frame entitled "Purity," -
Is a sign! that the wearer's sweetheart and their bands idle.-Maxwell's SANFoRD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BHANOH.No .
lr. to faithless to her. ... ..._ of the Middle AST*.. Tnllsman. This Picture is symbolical. of Metto the great health drink which benefits all
The nbeol and 50.1 1 I No. 12 31 No. tDully o No. 4
. Westpbaliaa Society harmful .
and contains no dope or drugs. belly STATIONS. I I Daily D.i7) I i I BUTIO..D. I :fiJ DallyTOta

: D5&aM Jf_ W..I. ; of Popular Studies published la Its To tIle next IJ . . . .. .*1 00 each .
Notice.Notice ....,..... Tltu.vm..Ar J] (Up 10 lOa Lv. N Smyrna: ...ArLv hIp SOp
\ .. The AlfeO an uncivilised tribe on the Journal an Interesting paper upon the .. ". .. B. . . .1 quart ralettoeacb S9 L........... Oateen...,........Ar! II HJa lOOp 11 lie Luke Helen .Ar : 1; iOnS
lalaml of Yesso are not at all fond of subject of ecclesiastical anathemas la hereby the linder'iitn-I <. 20. . . .+ pint Metto each rib a ......,....,Bnt: ...rprl8e........'Ar 11 OOa 8 Rip 1t80..Lv.O.nflftClty.Ar, / flOp I f IV .. _
h. bathing: Indeed they share tbe Chinese launched In the middle ages against ed executor ol the :tNt anti testament oflulia ii 'i 70 . . .1 Metto Ticket each S C 80 aAr..S.nford ..,........Lv 10 BOa UOp 1146a Ar..Or.Cityjo..Lv lOOp (

, -' ; animate. These maledictions did not A. Stone, decease.I. will on Moiiunypteml 0.'25.N...23Dally. Pto.21 No. 19Dally No.Tl: No. ZOVN22ThFi No. 23
Idea that It Is only dirty people
*- >er 211. A I D. liKM
iirescnt tn .
who need continual washing. They; do relate. to mischiefs already done. but lun. J. Lee Mutrory County Juil, ;:- not regard themselves as dirty rand were In the nature of a protection Vulual County, Florldn.. lila. final account ..only! Sunday
against evils to be apprehended and .and vniiubern HIt such executor end ,uk to ..!.... ..__..
therefore dispense with the uncleanly Im dim, hurged PEOPLE _. -_-_KNOW A GOOD_,_ -.__-..WHEM THEY IT ARE 110 P Sflp 45Gm'1 I 00 LvJ'okaonv'eAr room 8 40 a lISp ilOp SlOp
1\ habit were solely directed against creatures lb!! S al p 4 ii P 08 8 89 a do, JaoKBoivllle II CJaesoa 8 ana II Sip 11 p 5 15 p

"You i i white. people must be very considered mischievous. Thus In 1121 Kxecutorof" (he last. will I WVTEKMAN nml testnment, I ,o. USERS OF._--_---... IN .. .-.-. GOOD.... -.--, SUMMER..__..__... d 35 to p JI V 7 n It pup p 5 80 I'' I Si to P/,'/ 10 10 08 14.a. .Allan.Pablo tlo Bench Beach. 6 IS a 7 8 00 M n a II II 20 IS p p 0 5 10 ajp p' S 8 35 to p P

, 'S dirty." said an Aloe to a traveler .as St. Bernard cursed tbe mosquitoes as lulia A. "Iolle.Notice 01.; .. t5 pOOp 11 60. Ar.MayporC L. bUs( 1 to* lallu lOOp Ills

the latter was preparing to' take n some unsalntly Americans have done thin Coupon, ffll In ii,. blank
< Cut out
plunge Into; a limpid river "01 you tellmo In more recent times and probably of Final Discharge. BpaceB.ona word to each blank Bpace. NAME """-.'_--.._____--..' ....--..----.... PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. ,
with just as little effect. Even post- *
you bathe In the river every day. reformation Protestants sometimes Notice U hereby given that six niontha tha whole to make an appropriate en CLOsE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI. WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. t O. .. S. COMPANY FOR I
"And wbat about yourself?" was the slier diile. towiti On the tlrst uav of Dc lance advertlnln Metto ami" mall to P, o------------------------------------------
S question In turn. bad recourse to' comminatory measures utfinbur, ,, A LI hill" I will piesent mv final TROPICAL MFG. CO. HAVANA AND KEY WEST

., ''Ob."replied be'with an air of contempt as witness the pastor of Dresden ,!,,"fl'' tint DeIs an I ,iatt ailmlnlatintor'! dcceiisi .f the (o.t..te. of5iiii 14 West Adnina Siroot, County .._..__._.-__00.._ Stale..,.._....__,.._ (
who In 1500 the d. to the ounty .
"I am very clean and have never cursed. sparrow for ,Indt-ei"r VolUBlu counif, Hoildu and ".k !Jacksonville Florida That. Tim. Table. Dhow Mia times st which trsl". may be .XD otod to arrive and dnpart
distracting bis congregation.A. for a Him I iliachnri/e a. such ndminlatiutoi., from the oaveral stations,but their arrival or departure the times stated Is not guaranteed,
: needed washing Datid Ibi. the 27th day ot IIf8. 115)4pg'riui Remember the first 101 correct answers received get the prizes. nor Iron does the Company bold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising' there*

D..I.... ONE Send In your answers at once to the :

..' .Zb.r Loved Kaeb Otb.r So.- A. Chinaman can be trusted In a busl Administrator.Notice TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO., :for Copy: of tha LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

. Ethel (to Hose who baa just told her ness transaction where a Japanese can "
,;. a funny story)-But my dear. that's an not. The foreign residents of the of Final Discharge. ,4 West Adams Street, JACKSON ViLLa, FLA. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

'. awfully old joke. Rose-la It really; orient have the greatest regard for the Notice la hereby given ,ihut BX! months '- -- T. D. RAHOTCRt Asat Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FI A. ,

,I, ; dear Well. of cour you.ought to word of a Mongolian. .If a Chinaman ifturdatc., towl1: oIl tbeHtbdny rebniury.IW'fi. ,
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,,!\ Know.: -New York Tetogram.f undertakes a contract,,t be will carryout I" Ill Apply| tollnn. J I.ee MoUrnry. -
r the terms of tnut"Contract! though t 1'irtinty Judge of Voluala County Florida, Choice of Two Through Car Lines

!(h: 0 stavk -r. .. i It Impoverishes him. There is no trick fur Ibo my estate final of) dlncbargo Martha. J.MR Banta.AilmmlBlralnr I'eueaiocl! ) of O
.SS What did be get $5OO:! ( back pension be will not play to win his case where J. J. BANTA -TOST1 0

S forTeS bis word Is not Involved but once let Administrator

: "'Wbh.. was shot' between tb him give that word and you can bank AllguotO, 1UC4 : LOUIS MO Qt2oJcLrfLAN17, .11a1

S shoulder blades."-Yonkera Herald.AU on It that he will die rather than betray :
S t It. The Japanese are crafty business Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under I brAA rncw J/yrRG I

. S Tlam.lK...._ Aa. ........... men. So long us they ace profits Section 8: of Chapter 4dS13, Laws -VIAAtlantic -

: i The capacity: ; af watch. for keeping In sight they will hold to a contract, Florida. 1 ..

good time lavery much governed by but If there Is a Lbunce, of loslog...Mr.Zap. Notice hereby g.velilbat. Julia F.Strangeurehs.erofTsx dstetlthe I Coast LineMontgomery i I I
: I Its construction and Its more or less : In the majority of cases will and Ceititicnte No. 044
:and day of June, A. I), 1UO2, baa flied .51
perfect :finish. It cannot be expected some moans to get under cover before said certificate In my olUce and bAil maileupplluntlon
. .f the best horizontal watch; tbat It the crash cornea for tax deed to Us"IB In nui.oid- and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ea
should always keep good time and even I an e with law Said certificate embraces Round Trip Rates from DeLand: I'iLlcwtfrT1i:;

; .I... so of the Inferior make of machineS \Vl .r. Wive AT. Ch.ap. i the illowlng described propt-rty aitunted, '
5 county Florklato-wH
made watches.' Time changes of oil. the In Tartary uo father will surrender $38.35 '
46.00 H i ,
North IMI feet ot south 302 feet ol eai-t half .
-S variation In temperature tbe diversity his daughter unless be gets a goodly of lot 6, block S, DoiKberty'a New Smyrna : cffl' i- .itii .
S .f humidity; of atmosphere greatly quantity,.Qt,butler,ln,lelul'o.( ana In .,'I'he laid land being assessed nt tbe dare On sale dally. Good to Dec 25; On Hale daily. Good CO days MRRViKDcPQ

r affect the going of a watch. Indeed. It certain parts of India no girl can marry .s\.unpe of Mich certificate In the name of
S :5. ,. Is only -th* most perfect'finish which nntlt her father tiiis' been pacified by a : ..II %WaiKlit.Unless said certllluate shallbe H $23.15
redeemed aocordlnn to law tax deed
.S neutralizes ,tbe adverse Influences to present-of rice and a few rupees.) __ $30.85 Good
will Issue thereon on the 28tb day ol !Sep. (In sale Sept 6,18,20,87. :.
S \' tbe greatest, de.ree.its'Aa matterof% i Twenty oxen Is 'tbe regular price for lumber., A. D., inoi.!( On sale daily. Good 15 day 10 days and In Coaches only ,.
fact, no? watch keeps"perfectly correct a Wife amonfr the Uishlmls! but'a poot Witness my olHclal, signature/ and seal.
SS time and even tbe chronometers man has more than once succeeded In this.the 27th day ofAugnst. A. L)., 19>4. For reservations and information apply to agents A. O. L., or write .

' used UI observatories end,on board obtaining a bride on payment of one SAM'L 1) JOKD\N! FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com. .Agt, W. D. STARKE Trav. Pass. Ajrt .

S m I hips must be regulated according to P1-: .- : LAt :. .. Clinic Circuit Court. 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla. .
-- -- Volu. Fin.
S tables Wblcb are kept to fix tbevarle- Unyoro any desirable but Impecunious a county,

- Urns tv which all,watches are liableSWTCORE suitor rnny purchase his wife By Bon Fish D. O. -
<' on credit, but will 'not be allowed to Notice of Application to Sell Lund. z1_ BAcVls.

enjoy her company until be has paid To All Whom It May Concern: _-
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tbe utmost farthing. Notice Is hereby given that fn Monday I N4
October 11. 10 4, the undersigned( guardian SMOOTH RUN
1 ..Red a, Favorite Flog Color. of Erin E. Li.ti.. Vliila Lotto Mary Lott and DEALER IN-
Bed seems to be tbe moat popular of Franklin .la es Lott. minor heirs of Chan. '

? national colors. If flags may be used ascriterion. LeeMe E. Lott,>deoeaa (d.; will, 'apuly Judge to of tbe Volu lion J.aoanmuIyFlorhiaatliis Qenta' and Boys' Clothing Rate. and CapH.. I :SOUTHERN

4 Life the brook the .. Of the twenty-five; leading offbeat DeLand in LAdies. Qenta, and Children Shoes. Slippers and Rnbbent.
: running national flogs nineteen' have red In said county, for authority to sell at private, RAILWAY
S red blood that flows through them. Tbe same cannot be said of any .ale the Interest of aald minor In antI, to Buggy and Wagon Harness, Saddle, etu. Q/filluZ
: .. other color. Tba'chief that lie following uleoe or parcel of land Ivti Sewing:: Machines." Organa. Pianos ant Musical Iimtrnmentg T. tI
; .the' Veil'1s r3as..toe come from flags are >K and being In tbe conn y of Volusla and
I somewhere. marked with'red are those of the United StHte ..fFlorida' .denorlbed a* fllowB: tc- Genera. Repair Shoe_. Harnena Machines oto WASHINGTON. NEW YORK IIASHVILLE and
: States, England France Germany. wit I The north quarter of the southwest .
; ;S The red blood Ate quarter of the nortbeaat quarter' and tile I and the EAST. : ... ...
springs'of ; Austria Italy Spain Denmark, Belgium northwest quarta' ot the northeast quarter Havens Block DeL! nd Florida HOT SPRINGS N. c..
:; found; corc'of' Sweden. Switzerland I
: > in the soft the Turkey of teotlnii thirty two. township Sevan teen CINCINNATI.CHICAGO "THE LAND
Mexico. Chile. Portugal and Venezuela. oath, thirty e .t, containing OF THE SKY"The
4 : bon:| ;called! tUfe m rfd\if'\\ \ acre. more range. or lea*. ttfty .*>..*..S .:>MW Mtt.*..IHNM**.-- MM J_IM>M......4M4M *.' NORTH and WEST. ||
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< ANNiE L. LOT T Guardian Counfxy"N.w.e
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..4( from\She spleen I I'AiItli' bone t Aunt lIarl {t-DotJ't deny IU Martha. ...t. D.n.. Dues. c./! ,
Notice of Application to Sell Land. -.. Ce"a t '
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I saw you. Your lips and his met as The -
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are fuTf 6f Tit: / mtintlo--Bot .trwlr n..b"accidentstarted" I ILWr.. H.:F. CART ---7

: < Sc stt's'Irr rhuTsion) malccs i new'bloot .to":: :whisper"softaetbing: Intd underalched the IVth day guardian 01 September.or Ulanley) A. D.0 JI'O&Brook, tbo ,.JI.f'gazine..oj'Cleverness; ..." ... loe W. IIer Slr_ .1_...... p;" .... _

Charley's ear at tbe .om 'mcment that<< and Helen Brooks minor heir of Arthur C T. -..Wuh.-.C. S. H. 11..._ G. .: ., 'D.C. '
:' i i by' feeding the bone be tried to whisper something tate my Brook, deceased will apply to Hon J I I. i Magazines should have. well.detined purpose, ".. II..TATUM, A. Co P.A., ..1101Ca.,, ,
.- JI MefroryCounty Judge of Vuluala count, Genuine entertainment amusement and mental. recreation are the motives ; I.:L;:8
", marriw and the spleen with car and that tsr> b riorida, at his offloe in DeLand in- salrt of TUB SMART SET the l l'C"
f- : the chest of all fats, the pure Charley felt us Bnd-aboot* H ** I dVIt county log authority to sell at private. tale '
"' ",,",f. rmanrs. the Interest of aalil minor (beIng scott an MOST SUCCESSFUL MAGAZINES ""' ;
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S ; -jFdrtpale/ schoo1R4fs| :and i :ifU.iJ R"U.. .;{ ..... the following lot or parcel of land jylnir In Ita novels. (a 'cln1plete'ne! ;In"elWh nninlwr) .are, by the moet. SIts brilliant %
; ; aid city of OvLand and 8'ate, of Florida, authors of both hemlsoheres. : WILLIAM: KOLMON J
45 Lady (engaging a page boy)-Well. tnwlt Beginning In of 'York clean .and .
; invalids, and for! li *- hosi1Iih.r41 Center New .short stories are matchless full! of hnumn Interest.. .
: how sou cirTriuVconul fage rbail17.At4nc venue II..hundred, el hirlilht and "ne> 'Its. poetry covering tbe entire field of vunte-pathos, love, humor, tender- '

Wood, c tn ktipL. LadJ-3ut ,.u.lt half twwe' feia n *> ctlnn...t at Din.tb.'quarter and Motion .|",.t,, I -Is by the most popular poet.. men and women of the day. !Pealer in New and d Second Hand FnrnituresDeLand e f : .
''I: ,.,( mtdaiolj is a; pleasant al1 dricI 1 \ year. prevent mistress wont like that ruiuilnic; antith anrklli*) with>-I\b: \ A vena ,Its Jokes, wittlclsiiM, -"Hk ,tches,. ,eto're.,. ",dmltteU.y.tha. most, mirthproness' ,

a'bIo ;' food;; 'J fn 9i&&C "SffclbrMrtlW. \ -i>! .-.yea., *h. will six huntlrtxl.and lorlv' seven feet to oen YO Ing., St : tridbrahge cikAtFtIa. :
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: mfiuif>> jHi '1,1( : ti $ l-making'orpans .E>u{ rid of me.-tondon Punch. sIred aavanty-fonr and IIat-41uarll.J"'f"1' ,We have stocked both our atores DeLand and Ori'4 :
thehoa aorth six hundred,forty-ceveu feet at Cit I
; No arts wasted. on cheap illustrations editorial vaporings ilnewandextensive line of !.rerlng'I
pages or beautiful :
,< # ',.. ,r.y thence wet In enter of New York ATCOU J' weary furniture which 'are
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t / 30 ntentu'q' 1'1f Tb<* adMfntng,. fort t" ,nlaee of baglanlng containing two Every page will yon. ou .r. "' 11. ell pur SttTl'e ri J
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