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 24, 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: UF00087347:00039
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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........ -.-- The October number of the Smart: After ponderlnll.over'th: figures of
!>,"'l"'en That Turn Bl,rno. ::
James W. Perkins Cary D. Landls.PERKtNS They: Are PnNNtMNT Idcli on n Thorn Lose IlllO t'n err Holla.Wore I Set Is a veritable mine of brilliant the Department of Commerce and La- ;
mind Dollur. a Year.
[ & LANDI8 "A Freiiiu widow of officer It not fur the tremendous enpiiclly i stories and poems. "Moored"by AnnaA. bor for about a month, the Chicago/ .
lady, nn ,
of the modern Rogers, is the title of the novelette '"
A pnpurmnklni; machine Chronicle has discovered. Wright's"average .
Once said to me, the wl'ltur. "that
a1;;; says
ATTORNEYS COUNSF.LORS-: she always traveled first class because. the iicnnpnpi-r( of toduy would which opens the issue It is a story man does not exist," but i
AT-LAW lime IICIMI nun bio to Spain Its full of and humor '
she was rich afterward explainingthat pros power quiet dealing 'the standard of living Is better"
; out HI/". Nome of the mills
with the which to
( her. Income was exactly UOO a temptation comes a than it was a few years ago. Since '
DeLand, Florida, rw.i at n speed< i l of filio reel of a "
But she was rich because most young wife of a naval officer while he the beef
Will Practice In State and Federal year. minute, or nlitnit. an fast as a horse trust, the coal trust, and the l'.
Courts. for Infants and Children. likely she never spent more than 170, tnnclIiiK six miles. nn hour The widthof is abroad and she is "moored at home. hundreds of other trusts have advanced .9 y
and the explanation: I dare tiny, applies The tale leaves a remarkably vivid
news paper varies from UO to 1XIllellOS ( prices to the top notch, the average -
&; BLY"ATTORNEYBATLA. harmless substitute for Castor! OH ParoKorlc in the
STEWART Castorla n to the medical men coun- impression and will attract wide attention
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It lit Pleasant. It try. They are rich. In all probability, man or woman have discovered t
|contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic on three or four hundred a 'cur-rlch So far have' inocliiinlcnl devices that it costs a great< deal more, \n
W. and allay Fcverlsliii usurped the work of Imniiui hands in Gouverneur Morris in his short story
IInbMtI l1'e. It tlE'Mtroys01'018 Just because they make much more to keep up the standard of living, ol
It cures IMarrlHX-u and Wind Colic. It relieves TrctliInor the nmmil'ailuro of pupw' that at thepresent "The Lady of Moods", has writtenas ; and that and trust I n''
Office in Bank Bnl1 and Constipation. regulate
Trouble cares .
thnu it machine will feed itself
; striking piece of work has
Branch office over PoetolHce DA Y'l'ON A Htoniacli' mid Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural ,Bleep. French life and character \VP with logs! at one end nod turn out the recently orlces are an obstacle every one1 feels. 1

The Children's 'nnacellr-The Mother's Friend. must bear one fact in mind. Appear Unixliod.. loll of paper at the other. So appeared in any magazineIts All the sophistry of the Republican ,I
L. MCCRORY, ance is not a fetich In France ns in wonderful art stamps this young statisticians cannot over the
j gloss
KlKiintlu 1 Is such iniuhlne that
( a It takes
The Kind You Have Always Bought England; outside show is not sacrificed only from fUtht to twelve hours to author as a genius. In a wholly different fact that the limited Incume"cannot '1
to Mrs. Urundy is no twentieth cen- vein is the late
; WetmoreCarryl's
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Bears the Signature transform the raw inaterlul/ into the Guy be stretched to meet the demands I
off tury Baal. On the other hand good repute '
.. humorous tale "A Tide In the
finished product. It first suns up the that are made upon it. High trust d
is sedulously nursed; personal dIg-
.1 Florida. logs of spruce' which lime been float Affairs of Stephen GIrdler". It ia prices, fostered by the protective.
I DeLand, nity and family honor are hedged
round with respect. -d down the St x'tmu to the mil], takes brimful of delightful character drawing tariff, may give a glamour of prosper- .
FISH ort their" tin ill mid then grinds them Into -. In ,
"The Two Ghosts" Richard Le
the but
"We must not take the so called realistic ity to protected industries, the ,
I novelist's standard to be the true pulp under a How of water The Galltene is at his best as a goodnatured many have to pay to the prosperous ";
., pressure. of I the KilnilMtono on the woodIs
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, # i one. Frenchmen, I'should cay as a satirist and brilliant epigrammatist few. ;
In Use For Over 30 Years. rule, spend a third loss upon dross, than HonietlinoH its grant" ns BOO horsepower "When Delos Drifted", a story
or olI'ColII.th! that of the most .
.,.. Englishmen. It does not follow that by Beatrix Demarest "
DeLnnd Florida.' TN Y.NT.ue DMr.NY11 MU.e.Y [ YW Ye.e e TVlluw locuiiiutlYc built. Lloyd a new .
powerful\ Parker In No Imitation.
the Individual Is hold. In slight osteem. x
writer of great promise Is one of the '
Special Facilities for Examiningand The mil II 111'1' In which the machine ,
Perfecting Land Titles. lu Clt-uii: WludOTrii. I: personality discounted. These provincial Inter swoons the paper out of what most notable in the number though Congressman W. Bourke\: Qpckran,
Veatrlloqulam. and doctors do not out
country seems to lie. n HI"1I1I1 of running water one must remember the poetic beautyof in an address at Bar Harbor dn September
E. ALEXANDER, The oluiinin-jr of windows may be Ventriloquism Is but the peculiar wardly resemble their npkk and span
J I at fist inymllli'K the onlooker. Before Zona Gale's "A Land Great (Ith, said among. other things! ;
greatly fnvllltutod! [by (Irxt dusting them method of vocalization which differing English colleagues nor do they affect! i a Way

with whiting. Sew up .Home whiting from the ordinary colloquial way what Is called style In their equipage> renc-lilnc this xtiiKO of the process the OlT", the intense realism of Theodore "There are extraordinary features J

'I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. lu u mall, (linen bag/ old! rub the whole of milking articulations! forwnid In the In most cases the conveyance Is n bicy pulp( has been boiled. In a solution of Water's "The Passing of Gon Out" in this can va... A party, after eight

OIHce In Brush Block. window-unit, I loiUes! Huh tills off witha mouth alters the directions of these cle-and mnnnor. of living.; How cnn snlpliuilo( nvUI. which bus destroyed the keen analytical power of WUlardFrench' years In power, does not assert that b

DeLand, \Florida.! rough cloth and pollMi with chamois. sounds by so managing the conformation they upon nn Income derived' from one the woodv' fiber! nml It has also been .. "The Mastiff.1'. a story of superior stewardship baa been of value ,

Will Practice in State and Federal Another plan In to rub the /glass with of the mouth and lips as to keep and eight [penny foes? But many are gil\e
Courts. u chmnols. dampened, with whiting and back the vocalized: sounds and cause doubtless rich In the logical acceptation roxln to size It and prevent the cleverness of Barry Pain's "The Re- little. Editorials and speeches of :
-- polish with colt cloths. be muffled Ink when" printed on it from spreading,
to and
their utterance
so of the -v.ord-thnt Is, they live considerably -
JOHN MACDIAKMID, and Lining, to wliltou It The pulp, wards of Perseverance", the last and the Republicans seek to show that
JR. hollow as to appear like sounds moreor below their Income and so"0moneyCbombere'
less remote. It may be described Journal inKeil with tliroo times Its amount 01 perhaps the best in the series of detective the difference between the parties Is y

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. A Canons Rule. as the art of speaking In such a way water, flows! slung till it reaches an stories which the distinguished so slight that one Is but a paraphrase

Office over Fisher's drug store. The following curious rule appeareunder ns to cause a hearer to believe that the endless ribbon of vice, which is a lit. Englisn author has written exclusively ot the other But we Democrats oj
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. in.; 2 to 4, 'piirngiaph" ; 08 of the municipal sound comes not from the person STARFISH tie wider, titan the Intended width of for the Smart Set think the plattorms are not alike, I 1

and 7 to B m. regulations governing burials atIliesseu. I the The spread of the pulpywotC'I'
p. but from a different source. paper. Two but that they are the opposites
speaking Mistake Thnt Wn Made by n Planter essays, one by Agnes Reppller, very I
HOKDO! : "llItcrUI DKLAMD!: FLORIDA. The sounds are formed by the same of the nitulvcu. slilewnjs Is presented by two the other by F. J. Knight Adkin, add and wide as are the differences of the .
permitted nt'tor death bus taken place. I' endleHs rubber at each
one edgeof
organs as tbe emissions of sound commonly "A few said Long Island Kti-npH wider still .
Ira all other" eases a c-ertllli-nto, signedby years ago n charm to this number; and there are parties Is the differences be- ,
Q. A. DAVIS the wire.It .
2)R. -the larynx the palate, the lust week "ono of
oyster planter excellent tween the candidates.
the nni j'or Is required. -London poems by such favorite
) Is while the "stock. as the pulpymass
tongue the lips, etc. the planters here made a big mistake
Mall.[ .. verse-writers as Joaquin Miller, Ern- "Never in the history of political
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, of the consists Is called la being drained! on the
The art ventriloquist that nearly cost him his whole year's
DELAND, FLORIDA. A Hare Coin. merely in this: After drawing a long oyster crop. rapidly moving vtlre ribbon that to it est McQafTey, Theodosla Garrison, parties has there ever been a spectacle ,

Is given the watermark, which one mays Madeline Bridges P. McArthur, like this. Here we have one par-
breath the performer breathes It out "You I that the worst
Indiana know
OlHce at residence avenne,, Small Boy (who bus become interested suppose
next to Court Rouse In coin uolll".tlnJ.I-l'npo. what lathe slowly and gradually dexterously enemy of the oysters. Is the starfish. ,." by holdliiK up a pIece of paper to Frank Lillie Pollock, Thomas Walsh ty asserting that the other party has

Office Hours: 9 to 12. 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. rarest coin you Know of? Papa modifying and diminishing the sound Wo catch them wIth an Instrument! the Ilk'Iit. Iteming, on the wet mass and and Arthur Macy. Variety is the distinguishing tbe very type of man for the presidency. -

(Hiidly)-A twenty dollar gold piece my of the voice by the muscles of the called a tangle In great quantities and revolving nn it passes" along under It note of the October Smart If Imitation Is the sincerest foam

j MRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. son larynx and the palate. Besides this he I pile them up ashore, where the sun Is ibo "dnnilr roller a light cylinder Set and no two of its numbers are in of flattery, the Democrats may feel

I moves his lips as little as possible and BOon kills them. But that as you may covered with wire Whatever design any way alike. highly flattered. But if we feel Par-

PHYSICIAN-and SURGEON. Poverty Is the sixth Bonne., -German by various contrivances diverts the at- Imagine, is not an operation calculated It may have on its outface It imparts. ker I is the manlet us take the original
to the wet niims on which It rolls. Otbcr
Proverb. tention of his !audience. to make the neighborhood of the place rather than the imIta-
rollers, now press out more water, Jefferson on Jesus. at Eaopus
the star has fearful
Office on East New York Avenne, very fragrant a itself tion dressed fot the occasion! at
the up
The Vital Element In Art. odor after he dies. so that soon paper can carry The following extracts are taken .

DELAND. FLORIDA. ""ur. Itlipiinnttlinii. and, atnrrh.llctillrlne.... MPIIFreo. Surely tbe vital question as to any "Now this planter of whom I am nod on huge
creative work must be. What lasting speaking had a plan to avoid all this. Inside. It is dried. It then passes the Merits of the Doctrines of Jesus."

DR. A. S. MUNSON, Send no money-simply] write and effect dOIlIt have on him who baa He told one of his men oil! with an ax, through a Htntk of chilled Iron rollers, -Writings of Thomas' Jefferson (Mon- WILL HELP FLORIDA>

try Botanic I'.lood Balm at our ex- once come under its spell? That effect -: and as fast as the bouts brought in a piled 1 up on top of one another for the ticello edition vol. [.385

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. pense.| Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) must always take the form of amore load of starfish the ax: was plied 1. and purpose( of giving; : It a smooth surface "His parentage) was x obscure, his;con- -
tills the poison In the Front the "lenders.( ." as these rollers By Bringing BIg Colonies From the
or destroys or less vivid and enduring ImpressIon ; the places were then. dumped over- dition his educaton null his nat.
Ortlcu Second Door South of Fisher's blood t which Cannes the awful aches In stamped upon the memory by board. are culled, the paper Is trimmed and poor, Went to the State.

Drug Store. back and shoulder blades, shifting the greatest of artists the imagination. I "lIe rubbed his bands over his good wound off on n roll. ural endowments great his life cor Chicago, September 1U-H. M. Flag-

OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12! a.m.; 3 to C pains I difficulty in moving fingers, Few may be able even to recall that Idea but he wasn't so pleased, n monthor Thorp K little waste In the making ol rect and innocent; he was meek benevolent ler, the Standard Oil magnate, and
and 7 to 8 m. toes: or legs bone pains swollen mils drained
p. paper. 1'he pulp that la away patient firm, disinterestedand
and afterward when the starfish, began
Florida. cles and of rheumatism or the hour of delicious terror, doubt so multi-millionaire has launched the
DeLand joints "
= ... actual theater to devour his and from tho wire ribbon In over of the sublimest eloquence.
-- foul breath hawking, spitting drop- hope, whether In the or oysters again of the State of
project colonizing
JOHN REEVE, > in throat, bad .. curled np with the folio In the cozy Investigation with the dredge and tan- ngnln. The ned and other chemicals "His life and doctrines fell on unlettered -
Qll. flying before the eyes, all played l out corner, while we really wondered I gle showed that there were more of with whkli the pulp Is boiled are re and Ignorant. men who wrote Florida. Mr Flagler is owner and

feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood Romeo them than his beds. co'el'"II.Ylltcl' usunlly furnishes the president cf the Florida East Coast
!! breathlessly whether Juliet and ever on from memory and not until after the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Balm" has cured hundreds of cases uf would at last escape together through I' "About this time an expert from the necessary. power-:New: York Tribune. transactions were passed' Railroad, and Is credited with also

:10 or -40 years standing after doctors fish commission around owning a majority of tbe Florida ter-
i ; the tomb of the Capulets to some far came snooping
"The doctrines which he delivered
1 Olllce in store recently occupied by lot and patent medicines had really -
springs land that doea not sin against/ the j I for curiosities, and he heard of course, Strike n Bnlunee. ritory given over to the winter resort -
408 West
Dr. Mellette.: Residence all failed. Most of these cured pa- were detective as a whole and
rights of youth. But now what ia it about the stars. Ho began to laugh. The ditlloulty with most of us Is to business.
New York Ave.DeLand tients had taken Blood Balm as a last: of what he did deliver
fragments only
Florida. resort. It ia especially advlxed for all to us save a single pathetic pIcture I ''All that you succeeded in doing,' learn to live sensibly. and sanely. W The plan which he has formulatedfor

chronic deep seated cares. Impnss- of love despair and death The said he to the oyster planter when are In danger of going to extremes. W and have often come to us mutilated" misstated, Inducing settlement in the State

QU. W. S. TAYLOR, Ible for any one to BiitTer the agoniesor !\ end Is. Indeed even while we watch the you chopped up the starfish was to in- cither tike life too seriously or WI unintelligible. includes low-rate transportation from
symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh passing scene always much nearer to crease them. Don't you know thnt dawdle, about It like n lazybones. Th "Notwithstanding these disadvantages -

while or after taking Blood Balm us than the beginning. Mercutlo, ParIs starfish can be cut Into as many as six thing In. to strike nn effective mIddle a system of morals Is presentedto Chicago over the Eastern Illinois and

SURGEON-DENTIST. It in.ikes the blood pure and rich Romeo are dying already when pieces and still not only survive, but couret. Most of us nowadays seem to us' which, if filled up in the style its connecting, lines. Letters have

thereby giving!\ healthy blood supply. they utter their first defiant Jest or form a new starfish from almost every regard It us a great mill In which the and spirit of the rich fragments he been written by the management of
in Fisher's New Brick Block and
OUIce Cures not a patchIng -
second floor up.arc Sold permanent at drug stores, $ 1 per tender phrase.-Scrlbner's. piece "New York Press earlier we go to work and the later westay left us, would be the most perfectand the Florida East Coast to the man-

large bottle Sample of Blood Balm tin better for all concerned. We sublime that has ever been agements of many Western roads,
DeLand Florida. Enn-lnnd'H. Oldest Railway Station. want to do grxnt deeds. ; to accumulatea
sent free and prepaid also special something. Didn't Know.In taught by man." outlining the plan and asking themto
medical advice by describing!\ your the war with France previous to The only railway station In England lot of money; to reform somebody or !\ join in putting. on low colonization
DR. tt. D. BRACEY, trouble and writing Blood Balm Co. the French revolution an English that can boast of being really old is Moml'thlnltow:: It is certainly wrong "His moral doctrines, relating to
rates this winter to Florida points.
Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for drummer not more than fifteen years that at Bourne. Lincolnshire, which is not to bo awake to our privileges andopportunities kindred and friends, were more pure

t DENTIST. Blood Balm Is better than a thousand of age. having wandered from bls an ancient Elizabethan mansion for- for work and not to gel and perfect than those of the most Notwithstanding the fact that hitherto ,

printed testimonials, so write at once. camp too near the French lines was merly in the possession of the Dlgby joy out of doing something that will correct philosophers, and greatly moreso Florida has been considered a

Otllce second story McLaurine Block seized: and brought before the French family, some members[ of which were make the world bllpl>l"r. But there ll than those of the Jews and they semi-tropical country, !given over to

DeLai"1' Florida. The Washington/ Post says that "the commander. On being. asked who he implicated In the gunpowder plot. a time to loaf and be glad also. There went far beyond both In inculcating pleasure seekers iu winter time and

indents of the Ohio Normal School have was by the general he answered, "A When the Great Northern and Midland Is virtue In being a happy citizen: ai universal philanthropy, not only to deserted in summer time, Mr. Flagler

vO1 USI.S COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, rebelled because 'a" negro has been admitted drummer In tbe English service." This railroads. como through this district well us nn active one. Life is serious, kindred and friends to neighborsand declares that it Is one of the garden

to their clHas. It is very doubtful if not gaining credit a drum was lent a memorial was sent from the but not so serious that we need go spots of the earth, and should have a '.
but all mankind
he uprising can be held! in suppression Inhabitants of Bourne asking that In about with u sour countenance and I countrymen, ,
and he desired to beat a couple
S B. Wilson Bert Fish, 'until after the election." It i is certain for. of marches was which be accordinglydid. stead of pulling/ the old landmark downIt book of rule The wise man Is the gathering all into one family, under population as dense as any of the, '!

Managed. Actuary. hut none of these rebellions students The Frenchman's suspicion: being might be converted into a railway: one who hits n nice balance in his affairs the bonds of love and charity, peace Eastern States
will be invited to dine with Presi- :
ever however not quite 'removed be station, for which purpose It answers who is neither wearisomely strenuous common wants and common aids." With a view to educating the public
House ,
Abstractors of Titles. dent Roosevelt at the White 1
desired the drummer to beat a retreat admirably now. Part of the house. Is nor n flaccid sblrk.-Woman'l "He pushed his scrutinies into the regarding/ the resources of the State,

IW. W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand. Fla. "A retreat, sir?" replied the youth. "I used as a residence by the station mas Home Companion heart of man; erected his tribunal in the East Coast has opened an office In j

ALFRED HOWARD, don't know what that is... The answer ter. the region of his thoughts and purified Chicago and in other Western cities '4

so pleased the French officer that be Heroic the waters at the head." where will be displayed samples of the ,

dismissed tbe drummer and wrote to Ln.thenlnir Life. History is replete with incidents ol product of Florida. i

SURVEYOR his general commending his spirited behavior. The difference between rising every heroism. and suffering by men wit A Short But Pretty Sermon.A I
In the of
morning at 0 and 8 course
have been forced by circumstances to
DeLand, Florida. __________ forty years amounts to 20,200 hours or shoot a gun In the Interest of theft southwestern preacher the other Senator Penrose announces j

REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF On Secret of Crni a..ee_. 8 years 121 days and 1(1( hours, which countries. There is hardly a parallel, day delivered a brief but beautiful authoritatively that "the West is 1

CITY Business rivals of Andrew Carnegie are equal to eight hours a day for exactly however to the case of a member ol) funeral sermon. We think it worth safe for 1.ooseveltt"This

were at one time helpless to account ten years. So that rising at (twill the Fifteenth United States Infantrj perusal and reprint it. Here it I is; entirely
E. H. HAYWARD undersell them In be the same ns if ten years of life may be depended, on because
for hU ability to who fell wounded during an engage "A word to you all. Post mortem

whatever market they turned to. They (a weighty consideration) were added meat before Vungtsun. in China. Th praises and love are in the air. People a man who was 'driving
of the leading Fire Insnr..nceCompany
command hours
gent experts quietly to look over his wherein we may eight English. had been shelling the village!,
the train
of America-The, Aetna. for the cultivation of our kiss the dead when they never cows in Montana where
Mr. It la every day of the of the Unit I
work and report. Carnegie, unmindful approach
City property a Specialty.No minds and the dispatch of business stay to kins the living; they hover stopped for water came .. to
808, Boulevard DeLand, Fla I wild heard of their presence. He In- el I States troops. One of their shell up
I the casket in sobs but
vited them to an inspection with him fell. lu the midst of the boys of the over hysterical the car and confidentially told
When Cat Were So...... I
-- fall to throw their arms around the
self as guide and at last offered ta Fifteenth. One youth of eighteen. bad him so.
Miss. Agnes Westley show them the secret of his success. In a curious collection of ancient both arms and one leg blown off. Hiregnliud : loved ones who are fighting the stern

616 Wells StreatMerlnette.Wts. "lie took them Into a room lined with Welsh laws, dated 043 A. D., appearsthe conndousness and under that battle of life. A word of cheer to the
H following sentence from which it Letter to V. M. Fountain.
books and reports, whore a dozen awful blistering sun for half an hour, struggling soul in life la worth more
would that cats were rather
.R ERRY: clerks were at work: on documents and. scarce at appear that time: "The worth of a while his lifeblood was ebbing away, than; all the roses ia Christendom piled DeLandt Fla.
figures. This room represented an expenditure ,dictated letter to his mother without
Wells the casket dead
818 The
Street kitten until It shall open its eyes Is one hIgh on covers. Dear Stet: Would rather have
of 180,000 "It Is from the that was you
a year. wincing pain
MABIKKTTE, "Wis., Sept. 25, 1003. legal penny; from that time till It shall)) over cannot smell the flowers but the living your customers. speak of your 'hoes
worth that, said Mr. Carnegie, "for a him. When be died Captain
I was all run down from nervous- kill mice, two legal pennies; after It rucking' can. Scatter them broadcast In their as wearing well, as not running downat
SEEDSTS and overwork and had to resign business man to know at any moment Vntrlck Muluy draped his body with an .
nan .
shall)) kill mice, four legal ponce and so pathway, therefore, and pluck out the the heel, as turning water and tak-L
my position and take .a rest. I all the details of hill basinesa. American! ting' before continuing the
Kip. :r.4\: ;.all.wtahllsh oWern. M You Ia Ta found, that; I was not gaining mystranotb World's Work.: It shall always remain. march into Yungtsun.Opium thorns before it Is too late. InK a shine; or?wag their heads and, .

and health as Jnat aa I nothing?
.ow th f roa..4 'Ned say .
A nnual.; postpaid Are ta all .p- could wish, and as your Wine of Hmm. of Happl.... The Other Way. In OflfoB.. Fear of President Roosevelt. We'd rather have ours at long !Intervals '
"Did I understand to that
UOBHU.D. Cardol wu recommended as such.a you say
Two young.,women, patently of the"saleslady" Onions are n kind of all)) round good General : "We want 'some more A
M "FERRY CO. good, medicine for the ills of our Skadchase was suffering from heart Robert Avery veteran of say
ROav MICH. .. ..mpl bought a bottle and began persuasion rode down trouble brought about by financial embarrassment medicine, and every housewife knows the Civil War member of the Grand paint and we want Devoe.'' We know
it. 1 satisfied with theresultafrom Chestnut street In a crowded trolleycar this without knowing why." She knowl
Ming was Army, one of the members of the Loyal It lent In human nature to paint very
recent They chatted -
"the-tme'of the first- on a that n solid red onion eaten at bedtime
"No. I said he was suffering from
Legion and who has been militant often; we don't, expect them to come
bottle and took three mora and then animatedly about the merits and demerits will by the next morning break the severest a '
We promptly obtain U. ..and ForeignPATENTS I found I was restored to good health of Will and Gus till they financial embarrassment brought about cold; she also knows that onions ,Republican since he cast his very, often; don't want 'em to.: All In
The heiress he
heart trouble. was
and strength and able to take up reached Broad street From there to him." make a good plaster to remove inflammation first vote In 1WO! announced that he we want Is to paint what they have"to'"
to bas "
engaged Jilted
BIT work with renewed \tgor. tl! Twelfth they preserved a dreamy si and hoarseness. But she does would take the, stump In favor of paint, whenever they" paint .It; 'the I ,

consider worn it- a flue t.*nervous tonid and condition excellentfor ,!* lence.. Then one broke out with: Beoentrl not know why. If any one would take Judge> Parller. onger' the time,' the surer they are to 4 '

and am pleased to endorse it. 7 say Ag what would you choose If BnL'IfIltl-ob. yes; Charley.Is all an onion and, mash it so as to secure Explaining his determination to come back.; .There's bnsines enough.,

tree Band modal,ikotoh or- -'-hub of-tanntloa- lor rFatent..nd AGNES WESTLEY, you could asked have for"everything In' the world right; a little eccentric though. I've all the juice in It he would have I work for Parker Gen.- Avery said; I I9 the world] there are house enough ,t- _
How report to 8eou BADE- ARKS kdy;RaeU wlpsule UO\lan4I1c1a1otr." yon"Well," said Ag slowly and musingly, noticed several times when he has borrowed most! remarkable smelling substance "My chief reason i It the fear of Presli M,PaintJet; |em take tbelrtlmf!. ?
mr..1 a lend pencil instead of puttingIt that would quiet the most nervous per 'If 'shoemaker'we'd
Secure .a 11.00 bottle of Wine of "I think I'd choose enough silk dressesto dent Roosevelt'. personality : aa.a. we were a '
Into his pocket as any one else son. Tho strength of It Inhaled for a 't
Cardul and a 25c. packapre! of I last me for the next ten year would do. he hands !it back to the own- few moments will dull the sense ol president. I tnink that a good many tno ce'shoe, to' 'lint half ra lifetime/- ,

.ThedIard'a.Biaek-Braaght: :) .t.oda.Y-,, ,,Whnt'u'd. you take Bade?" er.-Boston Transcript smell and wcntoi! the nerves. until older men of the Republican party and) slice the whol town 't .' ,

... "Me?" replied Fade. "!rs. tbe dream sleep H. produced trOll" sheer exhaustion. are;?' opposed to this constant talk'' of Years trnly" t%) I .

r of mv life Air to have all tbe money Is the lifeblood It. nit/ from wai and the 'tll IWtD u 81..CO '
OPPOSITE U r. PA 1 iJNINOF/ AR9YI A good book precious tomes one property the'flourishing r.Uck' : litq'
f want, ssj I could go ta me Job In a I '
AABMINCTC'H.O' C. i dab rd morning.PhiladelphiaTimti. of a master spirit, treasured op possessed by thu ouluu, and that .. ,by the present Administration.. .., New York' :i1ed. :'

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f Orange City.A ."'' 'f.ocfcf.ocf.o-.cf! !!'' 'Ccf.o-- _.. --._._ !!' '!!!! ; ;
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; an important"con "The hopes that were entertained C'wcC'C'; :C'.e-C'C'C'C'. : : C': qr:=:-:..... .

p I Iy that Mr. Holloway would TEMS OF INTEREST WAITED TO good rain foil ill
ofjt farmer and fruit on Monday, 19th. ,
'j. Entered la the Poatoffloe' at DsLand Fla, come manfully into the open and TilE KKCORI OFFICE: BY ITS! William Chlsholm has reshlngled; the i WATTS &. MILLER, *"
'as second class matter. grower of the' State held in demand an investigation, before Bnrrll business building. .
)k I CORRESl'OXDEM'K.: : !
Jacksonville this week, the I a court.' of charges: against: him, -- William Kolman is setting ont an
!' B. E. Editor appear to have been misplaced: orange tree nursery on Blue Spring ti
object of which is to form an l -Tampa Tribune. Pierson.W Ave f

Mrs J L True also Postmaster ,
t immense farmers and fruit; The nature of the offense our
: H North of Rice Creek Mime down Rufus Leavitt are at Coronado for a
DEMOQ( \ATIQ( TIOKBTNATIONAL. growers; trust in this State for, charged against Mr. Hollo way is Saturday to vtait his nick' wife at her few days.L UNDERTAKING $

,. the of better concert of, such that a judicial investigation mother's. H Roberts and family are expectednext $
purpose I week. have been
.'1. United States Senator. will not amount to anything for Peter Piwrson, the Pierson nur"Bry- They summering M Sfll ,!
'. action in the marketing of crops, lone two hogs Itwt week, killed Boonton, N J. LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURNI-
JAMES TALIArKEttO.Member man
'f P. by
l/ A nitnre and for home the Best And Latest in' | .
the reason that there is no the train.R Mr and Mrs Tucker Mr and Mrs Everything your \ /
and for better
,v''I.', of Congress !2nd District. prices.If Morse, Mr and Mrs Brenna, all sail for :.5. the Market, and our prices are aa LOW AS POSSIBLE for the .- '-.
: FRANK CLARK. this move is a success it will statute law to fit the case, says H Ashley & Sons moved, their logging home from New York on the 80th. 'W, fine class' of Goods we carry. HOar Furniture Department fctfthree\ WJi .
I Presidential Electors. business from thin place to Haw doors north of Hardware Store and when in need of anytSlng in |
be the best possible thing for the Ocala Banner. The charge M C Wheldon has finished his house ,. our \ /
'I.I H. P. BAILEY Creek Monday. improvements. oar lines", we will take pleasure. In showing yon through either depart- .>'
; 'I'. A JENLNd KOON4JIC.: our farmers and fruit growers.In against him is the interpolationof The Mulligan Guards indulged. in a of paint it will be When In the it front gets rank.its coat 'W ment. We have the goods yon need and will satisfy you or your W. '.

f' J.A.C.B. B.NEWTON the past there has been no words in a copy of a letter lumping, contest at Harper store at this Geo E Galloway of Hallandale, reCently i money back. \|/

11'. B. 151'ONEMAN. system in the marketing of crops. that were not in the original ilaoe Saturday.S of Orange City. bad the misfortune i Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. ,\i ijj .>

". For STATU.l Governor.JAPOLKON They have been thrown upon the letter. This is not a forgery lenwood T Smith were and commingling liaudHotue wife wit of axe.S. to cat hIs foot severely with an I {:jj UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. }:Jof J-;

i" B. BROW ARI>. markets North regardless of the I under the law for the reason that friends here last week. 0 Lukens and a daughter with her
: husband and children Mr. 3. A. Stith, a graduate _ _
fr Beoretary of Slate. the interpolation carried with it are expected here i i.f'
t' conditions existing, and in the Capt John Horn came home from next week. They will occupy the Rowel one of the finest Embalming .
.. H.CLAY CRAWFORD. majority of cases poor prices nothing. of value. For instance, Alco And went to Pnlatka Saturday cottage. IEJI: ''I Schools of the country is", in \.I
Hans Anderson
Attorney-General Xixlitwatchman also
., WILLIAM II. KLLI8.Comptroller. have been obtained. to affix a person's name to a pent Sunday here. store.William Laws has rented the Bnrril %s'_' charge will (five of this prompt", department and careful and ,..I$4) .

With proper distribution of piece of blank paper is not a We are pained to note the sIcknxHs of in a new He stock anil his of son-in-law goods, and will run put a \., attentioD every detail of thle \1
r' A. C. CROOM. Mrs W II North of Rice Creek "wh work.
of forgery nor to any writing Inch general store. \ti \ljtj
or a system selling
State 'Ireuurer.WILLIAM crops, was stricken with fever at her mother
V. KNOTT. entirely at home, the marketcan has no value. In Went Pierson last week. our Cattle streets,are and becoming breaking. a nuisance into our on \ Funeral Supplies \tiT

f' Superintendent. Public Instruction. be controlled to the great Nor is the offense charged Mr and Mrs WillotiKhby Mln how'a grow Their hoofs tear up the bicycle Always In Stock. T
W. M. HOLLOWA.Y.Commissioner most Miss putt,,, badly.
charming May
daughter '
against Mr. Holloway a libel be- \1 \1
of Agriculture. advantage of every farmer and said departed Friday for.a two months' outIng I J W Clark has plowed his vacant lot :", ...... :.:::!I :.:::!I.oall: :::: :.:::II.......:.:a.:11. :::: :.: :.: :.: :.: :.:a .'
k 1' B. K. M0LIN.J fruit grower of the State. And cause the words to 1la"ebeen with Jacksonville friend. next, east of lila store, and put a neat "i I. "i I"i I."i l _"';;;;;;;;;;;J."i l" _\;

Railroad Commiusioner.F The Record right here offers the interpolated by him in the The following Piersonitpn had bnsl wire fence around it, which is quite an 4.I
; JOHN L. MORGAN. at the Improvement.

.'.. Justice Supreme Court-Six Teen.ra advice to sell at home if possible. copy of the letter sent out to fleas week: Mr and county MM Jake seat,Harper DeLand.Mrs las I The East, Const Railway Co Is putting ...:.,,_."'* ...-._.--._._.-.-. .....""' ._.-.-._._......_."'* ._._._._. ;,
K. FEN WICK TAYLOR. This can be done if the proper the voters of the state were not l' Hughes; and two Sons IiaHC and a new Y on the track southwest of Ed C':=:-:=:-:=:-:=:-: t"cC'; : : C':=:-: c-: =:-:

":. Ju.tlo. Supreme Court. Shepharrt French's grove, west of town, doing ill a;
effort is made. You know then in themselves libelous. If Booker
with the old .
ROBERT 8. COCK E RE U, W away one near Thnrsby's.Messrs Never Before
Corporal Stephen Bishop And \ti
1;;" THOMAS B. 8HA.UKUt.PUKD: what you are getting, you takeno Washington had in fact been invited frank Hunt of Kldrldne 1, had a tedious, Tucker and Morse have a

f J. B. wurrrucLD.COCHTT. risk with the swindling commission to address the people of tot job Monday mending and, repairing. good crop of oranges on their groves ui
Ii, ; the telephone line connecting EldridKeierson this year. Mr Brenna has" a few on his fl\ Have we carried a more (tf t\
merchants in Gainesville 'in the white Iludi-
Circuit Court Judge. glutted three year old at "Cheery
n;.t Emporia, Snnnyside.Albambra,
MINOR 8. JONES. markets, or loss in transportation torium" the proceedings underour lakersbnrg, etc. Cottage." m f) Complete Stock. of (fS ,

.State Attorney. or bad carriage. It is the statute laws would not have David. Jones of Snnnyside i West house Mr Wheldon belonging has to Mr moved Freeman the ware. .

.F JOHN RepresentativesCHAS. O. JONES. safe and sane policy to alwayssell been ]libelous, hence the interpolation Patch'ieraon we have has the seen finest He is Irish an energetic Dotato, the be used Freeman in the 3onntrnction Volnsia. Ave of lot. It onto will 1 g .
L. SMITH. at home. If you are offered of these words do not con- live farmer and believer in fruit growIng he is a dwelling
T. J. SPARKMAN. Rn County Judge anywhere near a reasonable price stitute a libel. swamp trucking. to vacate the Hotel on Oct 1st. M that is made. We want to take yon through, this depart- j/ti/ .

.J, J. L. MCCRORY. by all means sell. In other words, if the offenseas These two house -- '.'> ment of our Store Ypu will find the !foods you want and .'.
punctual carpenters,
at that /f t fW
Clerk of Circuit Court Such a system in force amongour charged is fully established ina the Hughes brothers, Isaac and Shep- Lake Helen. /Jj\ prices
SAM'L D. JORDAN. hArd came np from DeLand Friday and CAN'T BE DUPLICATED
agricultural and horticultural indicia! investigation. Mr. jjjJj
Sheriff took down the Tom DeaU(1 welling house
JOHN TURNER. people would mean millions of Holloway i is guilty of no crime near Mrs Nels Piernon's boarding house Albert Hurst is spending a few weeks ..#1'1'''''''''''''' '' f fI ft
Tax Collector in St Louis, taking In the Fair.
and moved
it to DeLand first of this
dollars to the State, for as the under our laws. week. The stork left Jj\ Undertakers and Embalmers
1 D. PERKINS SMITH. a fine little boy at the /*>
of increase the The offense home of Mr and Mrs t
Tax Assessor production crops charged against Mrs Tnrnqnist of DeLand, an ao Hyman last week. 1i
: 8. 8. WILSON. market would be controlled, and Mr. Holloway under its legal omplished .. and wife of Capt Car The new boxeR for the Post Office Full Line of Fine Goods ;{
have arrived and Mr Pelton is i
County Treasurer 'urnqniHt. arrived at this place Satnray getting ,
.. J. J. VINZANT. paying prices always obtained.The definition is neither a forgerynot to visit her uncle and aunt Mr and them set up. / \ Always on hand. /f\fI t tg
County Superintendent farmer and fruit grower a libel. Urn Q Hag trom. She was accompanied Mr Havens, has just finished putting t
by her mother Mrs Dr C A Johnson of down a deep well for Mr Hyman,
County BEST Surveyor!FUtH. would know just what to do, just Married In Connecticut. that place. having to go only about 139 feet. g; J. F. ALLEN & CO. I

t .,. THOS. 11'. DEUDY. the price he would get, and he Fred N. Conrad the genial and The following turpentine operators Rev C J K Jones of Los Angeles Cal, m'L
,.. County Commlssionere could operate on a sound basis. from this section attended the inannacttirer's and Mr Dreka of DeLand. were welcome m
popular cashier of the Merchants' Bunk' callers in Lake Helen -'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'--'--'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-''''* :
District No 1-R. I>. BROOKE. See what the turpentine people of Daytona married Monday Jacksonville convention last on Tuesday. -':', eeo: : : :=:-:=:-:=:-:eo: C':=:-:C': =:-:=:-:=:-:=:-: =:-: \;.'
was weak D F Morrison Carl Noble
'. District No FRANK E. BOND. : Capt of Turpentine after spending the sum.
0" District No 3-W. H. MCBRIDK.: are doing? They are controlling September 13, to Miss Kate O'Connor, City, J J Bishop of Bukersburg, B J mer in Connecticut, is home for a few
District No 4-THOS. L. KODGEBS their and the of New Haven Conn., a sister of Mrs. Bishop of Eldridge, and J H Taturu of days He will attend Rollins this year.
output price
District No 6-'IHOa.: J. MURRAY. ; Barberville.Our .
Rev and Mrs Wells
: E. T. Conrad, of this city. The happy are expected: home .
Members School Board can't the farmer and
why fruit
merchant Jake this week. They have been spending
,. IatrloUI'o 1-JOHN L.CHANDLER grower do the same thing? And groom Is one of Volnsia county's most accompanied leading by J B Brad baw Harper, Jr., their vacation with relatives.- ,in- the,-- Why Not Drink
and esteemed
District No:11-L. .I!: CAUSEY. respected citizens, while East.
District No 3-E. F. KN APPE. here let The Record Reynolds Farrell. Eugene Pierson and
suggest the bride in' loved and honored by
Charlie SmIth. attended church at Loring Mace spent several days In
that Walter F. Coachman of scores of Daytonlans to whom she is Barberville Sunday where three ser Daytona the past week interviewing PURE
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well known, having resided here for mons were preached and an excellent the; dentist and catching some of those in being
Jacksonville be at the head of THE Orange City Mineral Spring Water is unsurpassed purity. p
:. A question having been raised some time. dinner served in the church. 2Ulb bass. free from organic matter and possessing, mineral pioperiies
the organization and a control. There is need of especially beneficial eases of kidney Hud liver trouble.
a great houses
David Jones, one of West Pierson' ; more
:r aa to eligibility of lion. J. O. B. The Gazette-News joins the many This endorsement from such as Kras-"
for renting here. Three or four water has received fluttering men
and parties
factor in its foremost
ling It planters well-posted
Koonce Democratic nominee fort management. friends of the happy couple In wishing:. have been house hunting this week and tus (I. Sraltb, proressor chemistry, Belnlt, College Beloit, Wisconsin, one
orchardist and fruit lost
growers a of the best chemists in this J. B. director. Hew' York, and
would for the country;
mean success there is
presidential elector he has re- them a long, joyous and prosperous life. valuable Jersey milk cow Friday nightof nothing to be had. othe... ,
organization at the start. lie is Daytona Gazette-News. last week from some unknown cause Mrs Noble and Miss Rose Noble are Dr. Boynton Cleveland, Ohio, writes t "It Is the purest spring water
;. signed the nomination and it now identified The widow J C Hughes/ also lost her home again, having spent the summer known to me. 1 am using It and recommending It to others. It only needs
t devolves the State Execu- with the interests of splendid yard dog; same night, killed by among the mountains of North Caro-; a Intel to convince anyone that it has no superior aa a tahle water."
upon Major Blnghnm. Many people have visited City by advice 01 their physicians for
the farmer and fruit of poisoning, so reported. Ina. Miss Rose leaves soon for Sea Orange
tive Committee to fill the vat grower breeze, where she teaches this the 'urpossotteeting; the Mineral Spring Water deriving great benefit from
the State, a man of splendid Major Charles M. BIngbam. commanding That accomplished lady Mrs M M year. its use. The water Is drawn from a subterranean Spring 117 feet bel'iw the
cancy. I the Second battalion of the The Union C E Meetings have been, surface, Is very palatable and altogether the Best Water to be found in the
t Miner and her charming daughter Miss
executive and
ability all odds
by kept up all summer, the interest and South.
J the to head the Second infantry has been identified Marie of Emporia were shopping with attendance being good. Having had no The Orange City Mineral !Spring! Water received the only diploma at the
\t. The republican nominees for man organiza with the Florida state troops for at Pierson merchants Thnmday afternoon preaching for the past two months no State Fair at Jacksonville in competition with many other displays. It is
tion. Let all vegetables and accompanied by their friend Mrs Annie (doubt we will now being bottled and sent out by the Orange City Mineral Spring Company,
'f.: State offices will speak. at the least 18 years. He was one of the Keys of Jacksonville, who is upending that i is, enjoy some good sermons, put up in attractive style in cases of 13 half-gallon bottles. For further InlormatiuD -
fruits sold or shipped out of charter members of the Halifax Rifles', a month's pleasure outing with them perhaps we need some good addressORANGE .

t. court house at this place Satur- Florida be under the direction of in which he rose to be captain. and wa They returned by the gray horseomobile sermons. CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,
; about o'clock.. There are some fine oranges to be
day night of next week. While
the organization, and Coachman. afterwards promoted to be major of his shipped from here this winter. Mr C. A. BULLED. Mgr. Orange City, Fle.
k these nominees ]have no possible would that fair battalion For some time past Capt F D Harperof Mace will have a fine lot, all bright, not
see a price was West Pierson has been far from well show' of rust The grapefruit
:r chance of being elected our Major Bingham is a successful bust seems
people obtained within few weeks to be coloring .
whatever the conditionof ana the past he has up earlier than usual this
ness man of Daytona and deservedly
S should go out to hear what seemed on the verge of prostration Dr year. Buyers and solicitors are coming
have to the market may be. popular with Lie men.-St. Augustine G A Davis of DeLand recommended H around as they did before the freeze.
,; r. they say. Record. change to salt air and rest. Capt: and
it.f -- DeLand Saw and Mills & WorksJ.
Planing Novelty
.,, Mrs Harper left Friday. for a month's
The Honorable Major Alexander Edw. Fitzgerald is making very extensive sojourn with their Ron Jim and family Osteen.

There will not be much interest St.-Clair Abrams is pain Improvements In his Handsome at Paolo .Beach. Mrs Harper is also T. OAIRNS, Propr. and Manager.LUMBER.

I shown in the meeting of fully quiet these early Autumn residence adjoining the Gazette News Indisposed.A A number of our farmers are putting

ii, the democratic State campaigners days. Can't the valiant Major office which will materially add to the crop of the finest hay th'it Wes I In a full crop tomatoes and lettuce. DRESSED
write another Broward letter, Pierson's Napoleon of truckers and Mrs W E King of Titnsvilla is spend.
I comfort and convenience of his ideal
ers, not out of any disrespect to give us his views on "eligibility fruit growers Sam H Jones', reports Ing the week here visiting friends. AND ROUGH
L the nominees for their electioni resurrect and rehash the abode. A bath room has been added that after digging; his splendid spring D L, Take Is preparing to go on tbe
Stetson with hot and cold water sewerage has innckland Irish potato crop for market. road with a line of tobacco samples. Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding, Window and
i merely a matter of form, cases, or do something to revive been provided that empties Into the the crab. grass came np so thick and Capt W D Benson of Mima Door Frames, Newel Post, Balusters Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc., ..,j
simply ratifying the action of the drooping spirits of a long- river and other improvements made. rank that a part of it had to be cartedoff day and Monday here with his spent family.Snn- Shedding for Groves and Pineries. W Crates and Box Material a specialty fA
behind the mowing machine In orderto Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.
S the democratic suffering though patient, public Mr. Fitzgerald and his estimable Miss Genie Harris left
primary. Though, Wake wife have room to cure and seve' it. All Saturday for
S people should turn out to the ? up, Major, it is your expect to depart about the 28th inst. Mr Jones neighbors say it is an excellent :Melbourne, where she teaches this term DELAND, FLORIDA.

move.-Lake City Index. for DeLand, where he will become: a quality of southern crab-grass hay. and John Dltson and son I: meetings and hear the speakers. The Index has done the"Major" law student in the Stetson University stock rather eat it than western trashy lug the week here Gathering bee. cattle.

r The evening meetings are very strawhay. Arthur Oeteeti has bought the Interest
and Mrs. Fitzgerald will take a musical
r well attended, but the people an injustce. Why he coarse.-Dayton*Gazette-News. Capt B B Minshew, a prince of good Jf his partner in the store of Havmans BOND LUMBER COMPANY.Will .
SS has been airing his views on the Follows and one of Pierson's foremost & Osteen.

are too busy to generally attend Sheets-Holloway matter. Didn't --- citizens. indnstrona, deserving businessmen. Dixie Snmrnerlin returned Tuesday quote prices and supply from their yards near the depot at DeLa'.
'. the day meetings. Items From dlenwood. has made remarkable success with from St Lncie, Where he has been vlsit- you yon
with the best and
:. you see his letter in a Jacksonville his interest here which is now not one lug his brother. cypress yellow pine

'_ '; paper? Now that the School is to commence Oct 3rd with of small! proportions. Hn returned from Mess Monroe and Haymans attended Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings Turnings \
1l Mivs West Florida Friday, after a twomonths' he ,
McLeod teacher. turpentine operators convention at
I There is like trying "
; nothing to Major\ i is out "agin" Mr.\ Hoi- steady surveying and locating Jacksonville last week
;!" succeed, and with united action loday, demanding that his name Weather pleasant but every one urpentine:, plants. Bryant has many Mess Seth Woodruff of Orlando and SHINGLES, LATH ETC.All .
wishing for more rain. friends' hero who are glad to see him Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere in th
"f' the of the Alex Vaughan of Sanford l last
; on part DeLand and be-stricken. from the ticket, is Good weather for hay-makers but climbing up the ladder of success by week here looking after their spent cattle.

,Daytona people that hard surfaceS proof to the democratic people of poor for garden-making. honest working dealings.the ;combination to strictly Miss Nellie Pattillo returned. to Talahassee .

:t road from this place to Daytona Florida that their nominee for Some are gathering cow peas. so aa to Monday, where she resumes .. .. .. .
" :;; r will be' assured. That road has State Superintendent of Schools have their own seed to sow. I Deputy Sheriff Robert Jones of De her studies in the Florida State. College

: S become. necessity, and it must is all right.; Abrums' support of visiting Mrs Branntng her sister. of Mrs West'J Palm M Conrad Beach this is Leon Barberville Springs coons arrested in and and Deputy brought SheriffJ two from Capt St P Augustine Leonardy and Wednesday family returned after I TEE w. BOND co

I be built.' It will be one of the I a candidate is fatal ; his opposition week.H O Cade brought two one from and Tatam'atnrpentlne pending a month with relatives in the
plant men one Ancient City. ""
i'. jnost important improvementsever means victory. We congratulate ;J !Hpronl:! and family returned from woman. All three were hankering after Mrs J B Crump and little *
the St Louis Fair aUrI sweet the wife daughter 7 Manufacturers of $:
undertaken in Volusia Mr. bt. They kept notoriety by stealing arrived last week from Titnsville .
Holloway.It near .
well all the time they were gone. route through the razor and pistol in.
;S county, an improvement that human assault and battery kill and and hlrs will "spend' the winter here with S Orange Box' Material Pineapple Crates. Peach J
Mr and Mrs 8 T Smith returned home, W D Benson. .
r : clean as they go.; Judge Cade committed
will be of lasting and incalculable ---
will please the supporters of on Tuesday after spending aeveral days all three of these
daring and
pistol and Peach Baskets
; ; Crates Orange Straw5
with their at Pierson. :
i) benefit to all parents Coronado. ,
,S .,. our. people.. Judge Parker' and alarm the I razor toters to DeLand jail. bunch
: is the intention to make it one Mr Howard Bredow received a letter of darkles can beat old Ananias and 5 berry Baskets etc. ': J
: ,
': Republican campaign managers, from his mother bearing the sad and Sapphire umpiring a lying' game of Fine weather, no storms or insects; .
k ,of the most.magnificent highway says' the New York Herald of unexpected news that her mother bad escape. surf fishing "great. Promptly;
# died the 11th, after a few days' sickness. | Orders Filled ,and shippe'd AnyJ j i.
; *,in the State. August 30th, to know that in The No 13: caused no frightened feelIng The next month will be aa fine fishing J
It would be well enough for the' In the Civil War. To show and in the surf as could be desired. 3 where. t. *
< two short weeks the Committee orange thieves to keep ont of the groves prove that the No 18 Is the silliest kind M e ers Cook and Harlan from'Orlando S :
S..A: S In //the United States, which of organization of the Democratic in this section They might get warmer of hoodoo superstition and rot and for landed thirty-five bass yesterday. *f* Address I-
notice to leave than being an unlucky number it shows = *
they are looking
:now' Ontain a tenth of all1''the State Executive Committee rather the reverse. The unflinching Mrs True and Mrs Leavitt from

'. Jewsi of the'world, there: la a .has formed in the Stateof for.Old Mrs Bredow has been very lot loss Itttb during Regt N the S war regular from infantry's 1861 until total 16HB./ Orange cottage.. City will occupy the Leavitt 5 THE E. W. BOND CO., | .

: :real Jewish problem, due to the ;New York, an organization for some time. Miss Mary Bhodenhonse in killed and died of disease was only People are still coming to Coronado :S t S Lake Helen Fla. :J t
Is her Dnne. She improves slowly; she 198 officers and while to enjoy our fine sea breews and Ml .
S S ',. fact that almost half of the Jew which before election day will men, the 13th .plendid ia
.,\ U 84 yean old. Dr Davis was called N S lost 829 surf fishing.Mr .
S ( 'In thecountry' are huddled together be the ,equal of the famous machine when she was taken sick. the Regt brave regular 14th Regt infantry N S regular: and Infantry Floyd" Newell has "entered, college ................. ..... ......... .. .....

I l In New York City; But which was in operation in I Miss Lucy Russell baa moved up to lost 874 the 18th Iowa Regt Inf In the North His health la very much
S lost 828. the 12th Iowa 848 and the 14th Improved. We
the Bond Lumber Go's boarding house wish him success In all
th1ii it'on| of .(lie least; 'of ourS the palmy days of Samuel. at the mill and will take charge of it Iowa 843.With be undertakes. 'Gui

country'! rare' ,problems.: :There Tilden. There are in the State and cook for the boarders. Bert Russell fear and trembling and the :Messrs' Pelton and Bond spent Sunday Pipe; fitting Tin roofing,

S ''II i no*Jewish pauperism and little about 5,000; election i districts. In Is moving his blacksmith shop from warm perspiration rolling off him Ingushing at Seaside Hotel. Monday Pelton TT1 Kill1. 1 If \ tenn and poutinff.' Pump
WInona to Qlenwood. so it will be streams was the alarm! of Jake and Annor brought in forty-fir barns l. wells tanks
wish ,crime. ,: ..ndJ:'the ,'philan.ta.oC.t.be each, of these an organizationhas handler when the folk here need workin Harper of Pierson when be took his by twelve o'clock. repaired; made

__ ..... face" "will) lee to been formed. This consists that line done. first t mile knight of Pythias goat ride Some are leaving the cottages. on ao- to order. Repairing of all
: '' The coast party all got home last In the DeLand Lodge Thursday night count of school time regret going. The Tinsmith Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed.
,tittt. the bin'-comlng' throng of In (the first place, of ten men, week Mr Weeka came on Monday. He last Merchant ;Jake is brim full of season has been delightful. People in &

[}m.i. 'brethren will sot who will .devote all their time had gone over on Friday and stayed ideas and terrified wondering If his Florida need never go North for. cooL,.. S
_ ..::;> over Sunday with them. The rest came next greasy back Fythla goat ride will .rushlnBibreezes. Shops next door,west of :bank; Indiana, Avenue.DON'T .
.. sdves tof?the- new I fronnow"untiI: : election day to on WMuead,,.. Mr and Mrs West both be along the same tight-wadded lockstep New arrivals at Seaside. Hotel: Prof f v t "
S. ,, .......-. il:which they tha ..ntereew t the Democratic came home sick andhava not improvedvery advance lines as the former quarterrun. Perkins anti wife, Sanford; Dr JIcElroy
mr. : mnoh the bad hard eolds Jake ia a very clever bare-back and "
__ yet. rest MoKe.nt _, orlando Mr Arnor
S.. t, 'the{ out- candidate. 'fdr, President.This bat -..... alright now except Nellie hurdle rider. He escaped with but one and family, Miss. 'Orlllv",.; 1'anlPtt"o"< > i ; .
own good wiU''meatt.*.66,000 rnen working Kiowa baa tooth and ear ache. Mr summersault head first fall with bus Mrs Mills, Lake Helen; Postmaster ] WBf Job WQr:
l n''Ti: H;; ? Keown received the sad news that his .lIgh'lnjury. He found .a nice clean vltt. Orange Cltyi 8 u'Jordan Dr > ;
} 5S '" ". continuously. for' Judge"Parker., father had: died la Ireland& damp to land upon at the short top.' Taylor, DeLandH; Compaoo, Qlenwoqd .

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Fresh Garden Seeds at(1 W. Fisher's. ,''

Mrs. Dr. Bracey is visiting friends in 4

1 DREKA & CO. ,, THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS! OF Alaohna Mra. Quarterman county. was in town from At Cost : ,. "t

fir ; THE PAST WEEK. Highland Park Monday.Mr. AT MCfLU'OY'S ..

at For the Next Two Weeks All I and Mrs. E. G. Baldwin came In For a Few \ ,(
II I Local KBd a_.' Item for (!>. P.o|>l.'a .from the North! Monday.Mr. I :r,

Summer r.p.r-Brl.l Mratlo of lasts .> and Mrs. Maynard Bond were in e
2 Clothing town from Lake Helen Monday. I A Great
less 1or: oar JR.port.r. Many f
Circuit Clerk S. D. Jordan Is putting :
<< in the week fishing at Coronado. ,\,
Read Fndger'i ad.
at Go at Cost. Your Opportuny for t'
Days and nights equal. Judge Stewart was at Jacksonville

I Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.Fisher on business the first of the week. n DRY GOODS
has the school books and school The DeLand people, away on A summer

40. I en pplle vacation are returning daily (
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Miss Louise Tanner entertained the
New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at
$<' Attention Is called to ourShirt G. W. Fisher's. Spinster Club Thursday afternoon. In the way of ;

Stetson University begins its fall term Dr. Jones has purchased the Jeff Cook ..
Waists I property adjoining bin land at Stetson.
Wednesday next. COLORED LAWNS
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Taylor were ,
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( & $1.00, $1.25, now 79C ; last from Orlando. Orange nesday. City visitors to DeLand Wed PRINTED MUSLINS, etc.

and now Melons of the late crop are selling in Dr. Webster of Hotel Webster, Camp
50 75C 39C
the DeLand market.
; at DeLand the first of And Some Ladies' and Children's
Casnadaga, Shoes.
?..?...?........*. notices
Trespass cloth for the week.
printed on ,

: :jj i GREAT BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS sale at The Record office. I Jim Vinzant left the first of the weekto 4 PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Phone 17

tit Gingbama that were 20o and lUc, : Mr. John Cranor left lust week to attend the University of Florida at
visit the old Delaware home Lake City. :
fill. NOW 13: 1":sceeneeenee. I S
Mrs R. P. Moore has retained from Mrs. William Laws was an Orange

fit. ,,,.,,,,,. i a vacation in Tennessee. City visitor to DeLand Wednesday
I afternoon. In Honor of the Card Club. Old, papers for sale at this office for
I i Hon. J. Ball I 1- The DeLand High School opens a
ASK TO SEE Brnmsey opened a 20 eta hundred
Mr. Dean arrived home this week. Mrs. Frank E. Bond, at her beautiful per week from Monday, and every parent
law office over Fisher's drug store. I house on West New York Ave., will There will be Iota of people arrivingat and guardian should see that their
from the in New
<< Prof and Mrs. G. Prentice Carsonare York State.spending Hummer entertain this, Friday, afternoon at DeLand during the next week. Manyof I I children are present at.the opening day.
I oardu, the members ot the Ladies' Sum- them come to pnt their children In
Our BargainsPhone expected trom Philadelphia today. I Mr. Haines Yelvington returned the mer Card Club being the guests of at Stetson.

Hon. Frank E. Bona was at Jackson- first of the week from a business trip honor. Mrs. Allie Wilson has sold her place Notice of Application for Tax: Deed Un
I Title on business the first of.the week. to Daytona -- .., -- on West New York Ave. to Mr. James der Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Law
tEl of Florida.No'lo.lsbe..uv.
Lumley North
tit 77.The. Ask for Brill's No 1974 children's I Mrs S. P. Hays was the hostess at the Enters the :.Ministry. $1350. The sale Carolina was made consideration given that A. deBRr .

hose; best for the money, 191. to Ito per 'meeting of the Cranford Club Wednes Mr. Joe Woodward, who has been at through the real estate agency of E. H. purchaser. of tax certiorate No. M4, dated
I pair. I'day afternoon. (Cutler since lint spring, was home this Hayward last Monday. Mr. Lumley the and day ot June lUOi. has died said
week visiting his father. He left onWeln"Blay locates here that his children may attend oertinoata In my olooe,and bas made application
Mrs Kreamer returned the first of Editor Johnston of the E. O. Painter for tax deed to Iwua In accordance
to enter Emory College of our schools and he has secured a
the week from a visit to her sister at Co.. has been over In West Florida for Georgia Joe baa been admitted to the bargain in the property purchased. with law. Bald ctrtiBoate. embrace the
following described
titivated In
Tampa. I the past week. ministry of the Methodist Church South --- --- Volusla count), Florida, towitt
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Miss Mary Stewart left Thursday to Messrs. J. M. White and W. H. and prepares himself for his commendable NX of nwK. see 8. towbihlp; 198, range
work in life at tuiory. SPECIAL NOTICE 9Hv) ,* aeres ... '
resume her studies at the University of', Cozen were Orange City visitors to De- _

"' Michigan. I I Land Tuesday The Yellow llentrn. The next visit of ,,'The the said Issuance land of being such assessed oeitlttoatfl at the ID date tbe

Mr. Augustus Dreka returned the name of C L. Hulchlnson. Unless,
College Arms County Treasurer Vlnzant and daugh 1 Farmers who grow fields of corn DR. E. T. ALLEN ..
latter part of the week from hU visit to OF TAMPA, aid certificate shall be redeemed ac
ter Miss Addle are spending week' the World s Fair. ever year should see the corn grown cording law tax deed will t Issue thereon
at Daytona. I ep Hodges of this place.! It is THE nn 25th day ot October. A. It 1904.
Lillie I' Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sawyer have re what is known as Dent's Yellow large Eye Ear lose and Throat Witness my otBolnl signature and seal
Miss May Cleaveland has returned turned from their usual and long plump ears and as fine aa Surgeon, the 24th day of !September A D 1004\
summer vacation
from her visit to Lake City and'' in New England ever grown. It is variety that does to DeLand. will be 9\M'LD JORDAN,
DeLAND, FLORIDA Jacksonville. |I remarkably well on our pine lands I (nark Circuit Court Voluila county, Fla.
Oranges in some !groves are boglnning ... Saturday, October 8.
Masers John Sanls and Harry ---- liy Ben Fish, D. C.

Qaackeoboa were at DeLand on bust to put on the /golden hue Grapefruit Token'to St. Lnke'g hospital f
December is coloring considerably.Mr. --- ----- -
for Guests 20 np ----
Ir Opens ness Tuesday I
Mr. It!. G. Rowe, who was seriously
Mrs. Chas. Knrti, at Se breeze the and Mrs J. H. Gentry left tills Injured t week by a telephone pole
week for Middle< Florida where they falling! on him and breaking his leg,
past two months returned home the I
first of the week. have a daughter lying seriously Ill. was taken to St. Luke'a hospital, Jacksonville HART SCHAFFNER & MARX'S'
Under the management of JOHN O. HOLLAND, I The Record office is Tuesday to see if the surgeon
prepared to turn i ,
Rev. West and-Mr. John M. Conrad in charge of the hospital there
at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKH were Olenwood visitors to DeLand out your winter stationery, using the to"Id save the member and prevent its
latest fashionable type and material amputation. His resident physician

. ,_ HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack WedDesdayafternoon. Mr Mat Ziegler Is putting ont thin D r. G. A. Davis, accompanied him- FINE CLOTHING

Mountains.) For rates and other informa Mr. R. P. Walters and family are week his fall planting of strawberries ,

occupying a portion ot the Blockhouse lie will have the berries by Christian The
Reservations at the University.: / Stongest Line Made.We +
tion apply, before November 15, to :Mr. Holland, home on West Rich Ave .
Mr. and Mra S. B. Wright and eon OThe reaervationa for accommodations
Blue Mountain Lake N. Y. after that date MR. Mr. J. H. Tatum, the Barberville
; Si, and Master Chas. Allen have been at the young ladies and young men'sdormitories want good business and in return
HOLLAND be addressed at turpentine operator was here on business spending the week at Coronado Beach. np at the University exceeded your ,
can the first of the week. a week ago the number engaging ttl we will give you the Best Material the Best
Mr. Ward Skinner, who has been en- mourn np to the opening day last year. m ,
Mrs J. Willis Westlake and Mills All Indications point to a remarkably. Workmanship and the Best
gaged at Lake Helen several months Is Style.
, THE COLLEGE ARMS Gertrude Westlake were Lake Helen back at DeLand and Is with !Mr. Burton. successful year for the inxtitntion the
visitors( to DeLand Tuesday. coming college year. Dr. Halley the
Prof Labdla will go to Jacksonville President, will arrive today to assume M. FOUNTAIN.
DeLand, Florida Dr. W. 8. Tavlor went to Coronado today to meet Mrs. Landia who has biB duties at the opening next Wed

Tuesday to spend the balanue' of the spent the summer at the former home nesday. I b...i ..........
week pulling In bass from th .aurf. In Indiana. -.s ;
Judge McCrory has purchased the Pistol Toting Coon. Fall Samples, shown for Tailor-
( Mr. and Mrs, P. A. Hlller returned
Wednesday from Coronado Woolwine property situated on Hast Deputy Sheriff Edwards brought in Made Goods.
-- Rich Ave, the sale being made tbe first from Lake Helen Monday a negro by m
JHEfllOIUST CHURCH. SOUTH. EXPERT ROAD BUILDER where they have been since August 1st. of the week. the name of George White. He la Who Is your Tailor? Give me a trial.
I charged with carrying concealed
Dr. and Mrs. 0. S. Ferries returned Mr. and Mrs Frank
S. Same
were weapons, and will be tried at the
Near corner Rich Averse and Boule
I lion. W. L. Spoon Government
vard-i'oston' Study tliureli. the first of the week from their summer over from New Smyrna the latter partof October term of the criminal court. >> f3

Agent, Confers With DeLand vacation spent in Virginia and Tennes tbe week visiting Mm Sams'parents, Notwithstanding the penalty la 180!
Preaching morning and evening at see. days on the chain.gang' and no less fora
nxual hour every Sunday. Prayer meet- People. Mr. and Mrs Horace W. Mann at conviction of carrying concealed

ing Wednesday evenings 7:80. Many of the growers about DeLand Waldo Farm. .. ... ... .
the can't resist the ... ..
weapons negro .
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Sunday:: school, 10 a. m. Hon. W. L. Hpoon, of Burlington. N. will have from 800 to 700 boxes of Mr. Harry McLeod left this week to temptation of "toting" a inn.as i" .,.., .,..,;;;;1I .,.., ;;;;I ..-' .

.. at Junior 8 and 6:80:and!) p.Senior ui, respectively.Epworth League 0.,tbe expert: : road builder the United oranges from their five to ten acre resume his studies at Columbus, G". \ I

You are invited to attend all these States Department of Agriculture was groves. Harry is a hard 'student and baa made Hard Rood Surface Material. 2! School Books

services. J. E. MlCKLEK Pastor. at DeLand the first of tbe week, here at The mechanics are finishing up the fine progress in his studies during the The Business Men's League of De- vl/
extensive Land hlhad Mr. Ira Whitcomb, the
/ Improvements to "Gellen, past two years.
the invitation of the DeLand
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Dr. Fredrick Pasco, Presiding Elderof .
well man out on tbe DeLandDaytonaroad ill
Men's and at the Council Mr. and Mrs Stetson's winter home at Prof. Hnlvey, Principal of the De.
the East Coast District. Florida Conference League Stetson. the past week boring at different h!
Booms Tuesday night met tbe membersof Land High School arrived from Tennessee AND \Ii
will preach at tbe Methodist point along the route for shell or hard
the League and a number of other Miss Jennette Strange, who baa been the first of tbe week, and will be surface material to be need on the road. fl.! \v>
South 11
I' Church, next Sunday at a m
citizens, and for a hour cr: so entertain. visiting her aunt Mrs Judge McCrory, busy from now until Monday week pre He has. struck several deposits, near
and 7 80 p m, and at Bethel IJ p m. the surface, kind of soft which g
rock School
a a {t j
ed the citizens present with his valuable returned home, Monticello. the first of paring for the opening h }
The Sacrament will be administered at the week. he thinks will answer the purpose. Tbe
f. the morning service. All are invited. views upon the good roads work Dr. E. T. Allen was at home last league will give this rock a test. on the \Iim
throughout the country, giving the Dr.. Robert Fatten, who has been Saturday, filling hla regular appointment roads about DeLand.

I Services! at First M. E. Church.; particulars and methods of making quite ill at bis home on East Indiana here. The Doctor is a specialeat lllll-PoC f l -AT- ,Aifi

I hard roads in many of the States. His Ave., is much better and i is able to be in eye and ear troubles, and has his Peck-to- ,

On Sunday next the Pastor will field of operation is confined principally up and about. main office now at Tampa.Mr. Dan Blackwelder has left at this vii

t preach at 11 a. m. Subject! "Pure and to the Southern States, and in Dnval I. Mr. Charles Campbell and family and Mrs Edward Fitzgerald, of office a 7-pound sweet potato of this .; o. W. FISHER'S ,

I Undefiled Religion," and at 780p.m. county in October a section of bare ore now occupying their beautiful new Daytona, will occupy a portion >l the year's crop and a seven pounder Is m! : W

Subject "Truth, a Basis of Character." road will be made under his super home on East New York Ave., moving Stackhonse house on West Rich Ave., quite a large potato. This was grownon .,..,
in on Monday. Mr. Blackwelder's farm in the .CC.CC.C-.CC.CC.CCL... :. .. .. ... :. .. :. .. .
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworth vision. moving over next week. Mr. Fitzgerald Spring Garden settlement, and is known C': : ... 1:;,

1 League at 6:45 p. m. AH are cordially Messrs. W. B, Fudger. W V. Gonld Miss Josephine Lindley and' Miss takes the law course at Stetson as the Cuban Yam; some call it the
I Viola Erhart returned the .latter California Yam. It is a fine --- -- --- --- -
Invited to attend these services. and C. D. Landis, officers of the League part Mr. Roger Landls the new steward very

I ---- took Mr. Spoon over the DeLand of the week from a delightful trip to of Stetson University accompanied by variety however and the Florida
calls\ them the
I peck-to-the-hill
I The Public School Improvement Daytona road to get further Ideas from the World's Fair. Mrs. Landia, arrived from Pennsylvania grower potato, as that is the quantity usually NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY
1 Society will have an Apron Hale at the him Dean Farrah, of the Law Departmentof from hill.
regarding the best material, etc., to the first of the week. Mr. Landis will gathered a single

1 White Front Grocery on September be used in making this road a hard the University and family will ar enter upon hU duties the first of tbe -.s Mapes' Famous
80th from 8 to 10 The
p. m. proceeds
: will to the public school building surface one. The government co-operates rive home today from their summer week. DeLand An Attractive Place.

t fund go with communities, where it is possible vacation spent at Adrian, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clegborn of Capt. T. M. Self, Road Master for the FRUIT AND VINEFor

/ for it to do so, In giving its experience Dr. C. J. K. Jones will put out an Americas, Ga., are making a visit to Jacksonville and Tampa Division of
-- the Atlantic Count Line, was at DeLandlast
Insure with us. and opinions, and in some cases orange grove on his lands at Stetson DeLand. visiting Mr. Cleghorn's sisters, Saturday: inspecting the Company's Next Year's Crop of Fruit.It .

furnishes a part of the machinery for where before the freeze, he had one of Mrs Judge McCrory and Mrs. S. It!. property here. He was driven about

Now la tbe time. the construction of the road. the finest grove properties in this McCrory. They have spent tbe summer the city by Ex Mayor Fish and DeLand will put the Orange Tree in splendid condition to go

Spot cash for losses. Tne League is doing everything it section. at Baltimore. and her attractions surprised him. He through the winter and to put on an immense bloom another
thinks this one of the beet and prettiest
1 should be protected.. can for the building ot the D Land- Hon. Cary D. Landis, Secretary of Dr. Virgil Voorhlx. having a dental towns in Florida. Mr. Self has been year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of

U Daytona road and we believe that the the Volnsla County Democratic Executive office at Fort Myers the past few years, with the Atlantio Coast Line a numberof trees and the full crops, where MAPES' bas been used.

D you Insured? effort will be successful, and in the Committee, attended the openingof requests The Record to announce that years, and la one of the popular rail

Every company reliable. near future too. The effort should be the State campaign at Daytona last he will open biB office here at DeLand road men in the State.. IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS,
heartily endorsed hot only by the Thursday October 13th. He is now In Atlanta a.
A launch Party.A For Prices, etc., see or write
does citizens of DeLaud and Daytona, bnt by Dr. and Mr*. Mnnson returned Sunday taking! a pat-gradcate course.
When J your policy expire? party of eight people took
the citizens throughout the county. If last from their trip to California Capt. S. V Hough, who has leased the moonlight ride young to Beresford Tuesday E. L. POWE, Agent,
|18 jour policy in force? the road Is con trnced not a citizen of where they visited a sister of the the Tawney home on North Boulevard and all boarded the Heath launch

Telephone number sixteen. the county wonld be without it for Doctor. They-visited the World's Fairon with tbe privilege of purchasing it, Is' for a ride on the lake and out Into the DeLand, Florida.

many times Its cost. their return. having several rooms added, and water, St. Johns Robt. Boyd was host of
INSURANCE AGENCY. honor and of the launch and
NON e-a Mr. Noble Bates, who has been with baths and lights put In He will send saw that the engineer merry party enjoyed the
Mrs Robert Patton
resumed the Cranor stable for number several children to the University.
a of seasons trip thoroughly. Lnncb was had on tbe
'-'!: will find at .
U ua teaching the various Instruments at arrived from Massachusetts the Mr. Lee Onteen. mail clerk on train shelled banks of the river, and a hop

Stetson and DeLand: the Studio after her vacation. Evening Utter part of the week, and Is with Mr. from Jacksonville to Tampa, has followed the mosquitoes furnishing the
hoars If desired.EFFFFFFFFFeFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFeFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF. music. Gus Allen held the reins over W. A. ALLEN Z CO
Cranor for this winter. brought his family to DeLand from the four whites to and from Beresford.

t There will really be a crop or oranges Jacksonville, and they will occupy the -- 014

shipped from the DeLand section the McGrath home on West Rich Ave. In Honor of ilome-comlug Member. Druggists and Jewelers.
The children will attend school here. .
Thursday evening at the homeof
coming season. The number of boxes pretty
Fudgef's BreadTh that will be marketed will be a surpriseto Mrs W. C. Cannons, Master COM. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Haynes, New
i the themselves Cannons and Miss Emma Cannons returned York Ave., the Ladles' Summer Card Drugs,
grower Club entertained in honor of Mrs. W.C.
Dr. John MaoDlarmid and Messrs. J. Saturday last from their summer Cannons, who .returned last Saturday Stationery,
y U: rise in-price of bread staffs" and remind yon' that we have not jii Britt left and Columbus, Ind. Their last two World's Fair The game was. Cinch Kodak

decreased the.Ise i or weight of our loaves, .. have most of Monday to visit. the World' Fair. Miss I weeks were spent at St. Louis takingIn eight tables. Mrs. B. rjM. Miller Supplies,
W Brnmsey will return with her brotherto and Mr. J. W. Perkins the latter tieing Florida Souvenirs.
No ,
tne leading bakers of the country. RUe In Prices. jii the World's Fair. Mr. Cannons met
with Mr.Wallace and
her studies {Foard winning
resume at Stetson. In Toilet
them Jacksonville.Mr. In ont won the honors, the former a Requisites

|WFUDGER'S 1 Miss Clara Qoackenbos is now In Thomas S. MoCorkle, the manager cut glass olive dish Mr. Perkins a soart Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies r
BREAD. charge of the central office ot,the Da- of the Ocklawaha Nurseries, at pin. Refreshments were served and Clocks
Land Telephone Co., asrnimtatr the the ladles and gentlemen .passed a delightful 1 r
Tangerine was at DeLand the first of k
S Ie cheaper delivered al your homes, than you can make your -J duties last week, and I I. giving the ,the week meeting old DeLaud friends. evening. Jewelry ,a

.1J own bread, considering the advance of flour over one dollar patron a most wttsfsctorysesvle. He say the Ocklawaha Nurseries are Mrs V. M. Fountain and little Vlctoryetarued Silverware '

: per barrel within the past six weeks and yon escape the heat J The Cranor residence on Bowery Ave. booking a large number of order for Thursday from a visit 'at the CUt Glass ,' : '

.: and worry of baking days: 'Phone us a trial order, and wes has been sold to Mr. George Swyfagaerof 'the fall and winter planting of citrus I old home in Maryland.An Optical Goods,, '

: are.sure yon will become a permanent customer. ; Lake: Helen, who move to DeLandfor stock They are one of the lamest and equinoctial storm struck DeLand Fountain Pens Etc.
Thursday night and is fnrion ,
.M jii his daughter to attend Stetson University. finest nurseries.. in the State Mrs Mo to press this, Friday, morning.as we 'go ,

St. Elmo The consideration was HMO Corkle baa 'been in the city several
,! 'Phone 65 Bakery and the ale mad Prof. Frost Professor of English al NEXT TO POST OFFICE. '
j through the real week visiting her father Deputy SheriffW. Stetson University and family arrived T

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: THE BAMBOO. PLANT 'A THEROAD; SUCCESS. Notice of Final Discharge. HODGKIN'S'' 1 N'E
Notice Is hereby given that the under A'.TL4..N.TIQ"C, kI
t* .0.." .. of ,. Pinkerton will :
j.i,i Grows a. th. Rat "*>t signed Ounrdnin Colby .
z:. Threw r..t m D.r.'t Weckf, MB*1U.iktalf* While str. on( tile tat day of Mnrnli, A. 1 1). It '0. prespntbis <
( :j ,.... OVer o..f All Ob.t.ol... INHERITEUD hunt I I neoonnttn the County JutUe 01Vohmlii Wagon Shop :

,', Tb word bnmboo suKKegtsto' nioBt rbo 'young" mnii' w;40,11< after ijuk 'I County Kli ruin, at bin nllloe atloLnncl The Great t "Throngs" Car e P ( Florlda!
Americans itelt JAne {
a faithful fishing'rod ofcl a up his, mind"Vliat hentstS. dothet ) and hint tlio satan be allowed.
flolnty fan: To the Japanese and Chi-,'I obstac J. D. Pit ICE. DeLAND, FLA. < -" > j. : '
world, begins to.liuut up Tills Aiiff 2.1, 1'IM'! ) Ounrdian.
MM who are the most practical ngrlculturlsts -
In his path, to Itlllgulty'tbem. to br ,
In the world It la as Indispensable in Carts. S CONNECTIONS: .
Everything Wagons, Buggies
them until "become moitains Executrix Notice. ,.
over they .
had at
"When a I a very severe 'l -
a. the white pine to the etc., manufactured and repaired in To $ "
and then to wait for now ones tack of Diphtheria which came near proving my I THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE.t t..J Cbarleutont7, moh
the" underirniMl ; .
t American farmer. They are not only Notlo" Is hereliv itlvi n that Shop in the very best workmanship Ml} .. '. 'J. .
if. !
to take hold fatal.1 the glands of the the ''mond and "
: develop, is not u inuti ; Upon recovery l liHsiUHllllcilnu|. ilio Exoc'utrlx of the known. Only first-class men employed J Washington. -
dependent It for much of their
upon neck much enlarged, and after '
grout enterprises. The man who ate were very KnlHto Jeremluli .McUnitu and u'l uredl-
and firxt-clasa work turned out. I have
building material but make their and consider poHsil l! the free use of iodine} the right one was lure iHitHtops. holts ni-il. e> will ,
ropeB. mats kitchen utcrmlls\ and Innumerable to weigh every amounts reduced to its normal size but the left present their, damns wltliln two yearn from" ntely added to my plant a To West 1 The Louisville &; : Nashville via Montgomery.! S
r' 'out of It. danger or Qujoctlon! never on* continued to grow-very slowly at 'biM| dale, OJ tho, HIIIIIU will bo forever 1 I The' l lEast'
: !9theV.afliclog. ,.,,; anythingH', Is Ik small man ma b"'rel\, \. I The Mobile & Ohio! R"R.. )Montgomery.! .
first, until it was about the size of a goose J 5 S
There are man marietta* of the !bamboo : (
around "'AIIAII K. McGitAlif' : i
ftf'I-' for: UttloI..tbli'WIo"JIo walks egg, which began to press on the wind. S 't. \ 4 jI'1 >
plants from the. ipecloa which obstacle and !goes na fur as ho c, pipe causing difficult breathing and became This, Jury II, 1101. Joxoolltrix'i: Via Savannah and OCPBn'StPllmflnlp S cUftvpnny for New
mnts To
Into to the tall bamboo
woven easily, but when the going gets hard very painful. An incision was made Notice (if A|>i>lii'iilion( I to Soil Lund. t ] York, Philadelphia Hinl BoHton. S
tree which the Chinaman UHCS* for the BtOI>8. and a large quantity of pus discharged.The I I The Via Norfolk and Steamer:! for N. Y., WH !h. InlIIUIOI": ,'.
most of his large boat One variety l Is: Tho strong man the positive, dccl- gland was removed, or aa much ai Tn All \Vtioni It :Mil}' ('..carll I I II I Via Savannah and Merchants &. JlmwH .Transportation, .
cultivated as a vegetable and the and could with safety be taken out. For ten Xnlfue It* lore v' i Iven tlmt in AI uiln. )', Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore Philadelphia
she soul who has a programme! 'n''ln. r 17.111* .1, the ,,"cll'rMllClIl'IlllulII'dl..n I. it\\
about i
ihoota eaten like or I wore little piece of cloth: an
young :years
nupnrngus who 1 Is determined to carry It out cuts Inch in neck to keep the .>l' El Ina I K.: L.. I... Vlulu Lou t. .i itry Loll anilI'liinklln 44w@1 .
t they mar be salted pickled or pre"''bin. 'way to bin golil regardless/ of dlf'flcultles. long During my this time I had to have place it .. .la es Lott.t minor incite CJf C'llim.K : To KEY WEST f VU PENINSULA AND .: .' "":
served. open. Knit Ifucas, d will' tip tine lion J.
It Is tb6 wubblcr the weak the doctor time I took ; .I: "Ylll;: \ and
cut by ; STEAMSHIP
The rapidity of growth of the bamboo open every ;.M kuretl mIlO, fhe'dlHCouruged man who cold or tho opening clogged. In the Spring volt t,\I'. 1o'iol.tlll.i lit I lila (illlco> nt )ii'l.ni'd, I In J
/ Is perhaps Ita moat wonderful char.' turns uxkle who takes a crooked pathto or early Summer of 1884 I was persuaded< set hi until}', lor iiiuliin, y In sell nt private
r acteristic. There are actual records his goul. Men who achieve things. by my wife to use S. S. S., which I did .iiile. I lie hili'lvf' ol Hiilil intiiiiiA' In uiul tot Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 mIles of the prlnclpul, railway
of a bamboo growing three feet In a strictly in accordance with directions. J "tie i''l' iO\ I IHK '(it nleue or IltlnI"' 01'i Inml I l\.. of the Southern States are on sale by the pelnolpal agents.
Ingle day, or at the rate of one and a who get- thing done: do not..speudtime ) took twenty-six large bottles, and was en. I Ill'f' ,,iiI, 111'11111111 the i".n y Vnliisla,, nndhlH'c For complete information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent,, or uiMrv.ui.
haggling over perplexities or wondering cured for I have not suffered since i.f t Fl.iililo, suillieil. i us I f I Iowa, toHit ThrouKn! Pullman 8le"porl'ort 'Tampa to New York, via Atlamlu Kimt; Coast 1 tie.
baIt Inchea an hour. whether they can overcome tirely time. B. S.RAGLA.ND.Royal : 'I'ho iniilu' (|iiistu' of till southwest, ; also vis Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Ituilwuy". ,
Varieties of bamboo are found everywhere them. A penny held close to the eye that C (11"111'101'| of tin,' norlhoiiHt. iiiirier| and tie! FRANK C. BOYLSTON Commercial D. 8TA11K
Co. Charleston S. W.
Bag Mfg. Agent Tiuvollng I'iss.
In Japan, even where there II,")I ii wt'et (|111111 to' (,it t tin Hon itnast iUin| ,Ler I I
will shut out the sun. When a man tiili' 130 Wast Astor
falls of In winter. It ''I HILinn I IV tuo tnwimblp icventoensou Buy Street BuildIng, Jacksonville, 1101'111"
Is are a heavy popular misconception snow that bamboo '1 1 lies down on tho ground to see what Isi Only a constitutional remedy can reach Hi, innuo 'ili. ,ly e..t.. cont.lining lilly' S H. M. EMERSON Tratllo Manager, tV..). CRAIG General PaaneiiKei .sent
i ahead of him a rock may hide a mountain. Hires mnie, or lciANMKI.- I
In the Japan an hereditary disease like Scrofula. When I : .. Wilmington, North 'nrnllna.
, *! grow only tropics. LOT, inaidl.in
difflcultles COLD SETTERCan
S A sum 11 man holds petty the blood is restored to a normal condition --- TIRE ...,..
Is a land of bamboos and yet where | so cloudy In view that great and the scrofulous deposits are carried oil! Notice of Applicntlon fur Tax Deed Under I --
thcne. plants grow It la not no warm In objects beyond are entirely shut out there is a gradual return to health. S.S.S Section ti of Chapter 48H8) ) Laws set your Tires 'without .taking Florida
. winter as It Is In California.-National of sight. Great minds keep their eyes is well known as Floiidii. wheels from vehicle. We take out no S East Coast Ry. -1.1
bolts rub no paint or burn your felines
Geographic Magazine.. on thv on1. They hold the end BO blood purifier and Nd lie Is l"'l" tiny I viun I Hi t it Julia )l'.Strinnre.purchiiHcr with hot tire Come and it work
.. looks tonic. It is the i.f Tux; (;vitllltiitu. No. IU4) lilted" I a see '
In view and so
persistently only guaranteed lire Untliliiyot, JIIIIH, A. I li 1IKI2' hua thou and yon will never have your Tires setlint LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June,4,1304./ .
A RESTAURANT PROBLEM. desirable that the Intermediate -
grand anil strictly\ vegetable Kind, idillltiitu I I III inv ,.JII,if' ai..d. bus hut,ii' again.
steps no matter how perplexing S SS remedY80ld.IfyotJ iiplillo-lion' foi tux (d'elilo issue I III aetnu"I. Thanking you for your patronage in S3UTHBOUND-REAO: DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
The M.B Who Cam Solv It Mmr are of Comparatively little impor- have any signs ol ,iii e wlih, Inw 8.. il ('f>r ides. einbriicpn the jiHHt' an'1 hoping a continuance In
N.... HI.. Own. Salary." tunue. The great man auks but one Scrofula write ui tine I'.i Mowing I ,ilHHC-i ilied( !piopiity" HilimtedIn tine future, I remain No.901 D:29 I STATIONS I N..911 No.72
I Vdhmln. unit lily, loilila.txxlli' I I>l>Ilr. DI> : >I1y. D..ly.
"Who'la the greatest restaurateur in and.our Yours to serve, IIY'I)1
question. "Can the thing be done? not physicians ..... ..
New York?" I asked a hotel manager will I will advise fret Nrith' ''ill) feet nf Hontb, :'M2) fci'tol pnvt half SCOTT HODQKINS. 15iLv............. .. Jeokeonivills. ............. .........Ar j P
his "How ninny dllllcnltles run you nt ,lut o, blirk' 0, l iniulifrly'a l>iuw "Sniyrnii, II.B. ...........................So Jscluaonvill ......................Lv :it p
; who( sometimes goes to neighbor across?" If It Is within the reach of The Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, Ga. 'I'lis Raid, land living nmessml nt the Into 1or-of ; l 0 860.1 lIp
;; places' to get dots on up to dntenras. pOHslblltty all hindrances must be push IM".n..r. fuub rni'tltlciito, IlIlb" inline of Notice of Final Discharge.Nut .
Ills reply: "It Isn't necessary to mention ed aside.-O. S. Marden In Success. -- L has II WnllCbl. Unlt'Hs niil oOI.tlllootlloblllll! It 114. sip
names. In fact It Isn't possible to HALF FALSE JEWELS. Im redeemed nceordintf to law.: tux deed I ice hen by given tlmt i-tK. wohil its. 7 to 11 OIO.-p;:;
do ,The restaurateur in will inane thereon, on tba 28tb day. ol Sep ftper ditto towitt. : On the (list, d >y nl l>eceinber 640 w. fluOpa

New so.York or greatest In the whole world lathe THE WONDERFUL" SUN. HOTT One Diamond---MakeM- Two Kacban icinljpr A. I)., I'lOl!) Recount, \ua I U i 1K)4.diulnlmra.or) 1 wl'l, .' present of the my estate Htaal 01 ao' I ..... a;;;

UlMT an. the Orlirlual. Witnei-H lilY olllclnl signature and seal Wllllnm A. deieasvd, to the Count': .... .. 8 lit B lip
man who can tell tod":? bow many am. at the Tlilna.. W. Know About this Lt... 27tb day of Angnst, A, I).. 11114.!) < Cne
people he will have to teed tomorrow." Tlint Mnterioue Star. The lapidary was splitting a diamond "HAM'L.) I I.. JORDAV, .. Vnliisia' Cannily Florida nod ".k 7 02 1 JI I 403p r
for had dlscharue such ndmlnlxtratoi
There Is one house downtown where A wonderful and In some respects lie leaned forward with Intent Clerk Circuit: Court. Dated u this the 27th as clay of li\) 4PEi'Et ; 8 il 45. a Up
an average of 400 mouths are fed daIly very object H the sun atypical brows. Ills tiny machine buzzed likea Veins a county, }"In. I May (::0:4g.idminlrator. I it i II :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ; : ::::;::::::::::: ::;:::::::::: : 'ao..r: I Cl top p

But one day there may be 500 and another mysterious bee. A delicate and shining dust By Hen Fish, I). C. : (JRa I lOp I
and not
star the nearest one so lap Sf A I 43p

.. Is to tell 100.beforehand.Where Is the In time barometer for orders that far away as to prevent us from studying arose.Then suddenly everything was stilled, .....- .-- -- - -- -- 14 o i I .::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .l ::::::::::::::::::::::::.Lv.::::... rI lb. : su-
It In detail and yet presenting conditions MISSING WORD CONTEST 13 01 8 SOt..fit.Aug.nsttns..7.a .a r 13 p
to butcher baker and candlestick mak and iii' diamond splitIn halves lay .S
( ot
''; er, pretty nearly the number that must obtain so In different our laboratories from those that we to can a In the lapidary' white thin hand. U U 16.p 4 I fag C ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ; :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::. = r er.tii: II 11 rg nU :

be provided for on the morrow? Ifthereare coualderublo extent it defies our rea "Out of one diamond," he said "1 am PRIZES I Offered for 25. 4 .a U a 11 61.

I ., 8OT today shall enough food lion 111gB and renders our. conclusions going to make two. and each of these I OI I the Correct Solution & =: : : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::g ::::::: :::::::::::;::::::::::. OS C", : t tot
for COO be ordered for tomorrow If merely conjectural,', '0- two will bo us big and brilliant as the lIS... I .. 08p 1016.118S. a
so, nd.only ISO come.what is to be orlglnnlolle'wnB." I 25 p 8411A
Certain facts;however have been established 1148. uses
done with the surpluaege of meats beyond any possible doubt As bo scraped up the glittering dust Tropical Manufacturing\ (Co., Manufacturers of the .Great Health 11.70 5 16 p 0 toe

vegetables, bread etc.? And ,if 150 and must necessarily form the foundation be explained: Drink, METTO, will Pay all l'rizes. The Contest Opento eel I 68 A I ii 10 9)OaS 8 .10) A

/ come today and food for 150 Is ordered of all reasonable theories and "First I will make In paste an exact All. It's FREE t(, Yon. .1 7 II p 8 isaC

for tomorrow what Is to become of"the opinions. -i 1 duplicate of each of those two halves. :: K ( .::::::::::::::::::::::::: : I. ::::;:: ::::::::::::::::::. .I 33 10 g 8 7305 t6aC

management when COO: ,, come 4 on the We know for Instance, that Its mean Then I will join to tho bottom of each ace ., .. 740a

4i, morrow and the larder Is empty The distance from the earth is very closely genuine half Its artificial complement FIRST PRIZE.To SIO 168 2 o .. .. 0'33 p p 6 0 ass 84s

man who can estimate on Monday the making the Junction go carefully that II'S p lOp e 10.
.t.- probable business of Tuesday Is worth about 93,000,000) 8(10.500 miles miles: that, or 100V&Its diameter times that Is no one will lie able to perceive It. Finally the first one sending In the correct answer: we will give"a beautiful 700 IOGp. ........... ...... ...........l\tlaml..L... 7019 a.::

f $2S.OOO- :year to any big restaurant. of the earth and Its bulk about 1,300- I will mount these two half false life sUe picture in gilt frame entitled "Purity, ,

r; But there la no such man.-:Mew York 000 and half genuine stonon. Each then SANFoRD BRANCH ORANGE CITY BRANCH
as great This 1'ictnre is symbolical of Metto the great; health drink which benefits ni
;. Pre .. We know also that Its mass is about will appear to be altogether genuine anti contains no dope, or harmful drugs. 1 1 I B I No. 12 No..3 I 1 No. t I STATIONS. I| No.2;' jp.4',;;
Their paste foundations will not detract ];ill 1 I TATIO'''' I Dully Daily I I Dully I I piy|' I..'SLTOSaLT !!
330,000 thnt of the earth and that consequently [ C To the next 5 . . . . .$1 00 each
VOLTAIRE AND ROUSSEAU. gravity Its surface Is In any way from their brllllancft ......... Tltunvllle., .........Ar 19 Hp 3 tOp 10 10iL'Lv. .N. Smyrna..Ar ftp lip
upou 5. . . .l Netteaeh .
: The owner of the big diamond will .. .. .. quart a S3 A r6ft ........... Oateen...........Ar 11 "" Slip 112lalv| Luke Helen .Ar llp 1. G tin
about 27V& times as powerful as here. 20..l pint Metto each a LY....."'.Enterprise..........Ar 11 00.. 3 tIp 11 8Ua Lv.Orantre City.Ar1145a i C 3p G" ,
'C> .. *.d JTok.. That P...... Between A man who here weighs 100:; pounds bate two big diamonds. 70 . . .1 Metto Ticket each a 80 a Ar.....,.... /Sauford. .....,. ...Lv 10 SOn 'tip Ar..Or. City Ju LTHo.2S 1. Ip Ow""
\: "The milking of fake Jewels, the lap
-- -
L Voltaire and Rousseau would weigh more than two tons upon No.23 No.21 Plo 19Dally NDT1: No. 18Dally No.:20Dally No. 22Dally No.:24Dally Rorss
though od the sun and there a squirrel would not idary said "Is an Interesting study. Do IT.S.YOU I IPEOPLE Baited I Dally MAYPOKT |tatanti5uD1&y
II I '
friendly terms were in the habitot be able to jump) any more friskily thanan you know what the best fake pearls only Dally. except Dally :BRANCH: ''Bund except!! .I lunl: y

F'I firing off pointed Jokes at one another. elephant Imre.Experlmelltlt are inndc of? They are made of fish KNOW A GOOD----------WHEN THEY.' ..IT ARE..__ Sunday y onlY.
;: One 'day Rousseau was dining with "lIe8-8Ih'p'y, anil Iridescent fish seaiepasted ISO SUp atop loOp I 80a Lv J'ekaonv'e Ar[7 ICOn iip I P
with burning glasses I oH ICJP 4 08 p 1 OB P 0 89 a JauMBoivllle': 0 O I S HIa a 10 03 p I to Ul p
Voltaire and oysters were brought on make It certain that the effective! temperature on the Inside of bnlla. of glu88. USERS .. IN GOOD-------- SUMMER. .._ ...: aD pUp 0 30 P I I 10 09 a ..Pablo Beach.. 6 [ 00 al 13 20 "" 5 P// P
S'. the table for. as somebody has remarked ; of the sun's surface taken as The fish these scales come from la OF n -- I 36 p 7 r 20 p 535 p I\\L 10 14 a Atlantic Beach 0 1 7 M', 13 11 p' 88 a 3 p
; ODOp 7 rat lOOp 1 11 t lOA Ar. Mayport\ Lv 6 740a 1301U 8Sp
no dinner could be
, complete without a whole (doubtless the actual temperature called In I'miir the ablette and In -- ----- ._ -
Cut ollllhi.Coupon ffll lit the blank
I them. The author of "Emlle" after varies widely at different! points) England, the bleak. It Is smaller than Hpacas,ono word lo each blank flpnce.Ihe NAME ..... ._.____n__....___ ...._.n.n. n S PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
t helping himself pretty freely, made minnow. Its scales be ,
rJ Is much above any which we can pro- a must pickedoff whole to make an appropriate nun -
'' the somewhat Injudicious remark:: duce by artificial means. :Not even the by hand, 'niyl only a Binnll portion lence adverttalnK Motto anal. mail to P o------------------------------------------ CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. 8. COMPANY FUnlI I !

; "I am sure I could eat as many oysters electric furnace can l'lvnllt. Carried to of them win be imed. It takes 18.000 TROPICAL Ml'O. CO.,. HAVANA AND KEY '

t ''t With as Samson slew Philistines." ,__ the sun and kept there for a few hours ablcttes or bltMikx. yield a pound of I 14 Want Adimi Street COllnIY.n._.__. .......n. Stato.... _. __. n_.._ WESTt
the "
.1: same weapon? (the Jawbone scales. -New Yolk Telrgrani.Seiinratlnif Florliln.
ojily. the earth would melt and pass I lackHonvllle -
t" of an ass) slyly Inquired Voltaire. II I ThaM Time Table show the urns i at whlnh trains may be expected to arrive /itnfl d<*t"trt
into Mipor.. Tlio estimated temperature from the aeveral stations but their arrival or departure at the tiin<*l elated IK not lfuIIan.' "d.or .
t, Rousseau did not eon forget the little Is about 12.000 degrees F., but cannotbe Then Remember the first 101 correct mitiwers\ received get the prizes. doee the Compaoy hold heelS responsible. for any delay or any uonimquenoe arising ittere.Irom. *

; joke at his expense and sought an regarde as exact. Professor "In the old days., when the capital of ,.Send in your answers at once to the .
opportunity for revenge. Not long afterward Alabama MUD located. at Tnsculoosn
Charles A. Young In Harper's Weekly. MANUFACTURING CO.
4.{:. Voltaire TROPICAL :VOT Copy of the LOCAL TIME OABD or Other Information
called at his house
there was n good deal I of open gambling ..
during his absence. The door' tK.lng I FLA. .SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Tried "and Fonml Wanting;. at that seat of legislation, saida I 14' West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE,
;. open. be walked Into the library, and. southern "It the custom
man. was
1'ie hud l! bad
1 so much luck said
T, D. :RAHTTER Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
finding an the books thrown about ,
In the gloomy man "that I lie awake half In those times for men of nil grades of -

confusion and covered with dust ha the night thinking about my troubles." society to rink their" money at games
traced on one of them the word "coebon" "The cure for that." they told him. of chance and the lawmakers who Choice of Two Through CarLines S

," (pig) with his finger. Next day "Is to quit thinking of your own trou gathered at TiiHenluosn were among .

" '. he met Rousseau and said to nlmS .bles.. .Think"of other eople's." the best patrons of the gaming tables -TO-
. "I called"at your' house :yesterday "I'll try It." ho said. "The proprietor of one of those resorts

"S; but did not find yon In."' Sj "Three months later they met him wlsnlng to ki'cp th(' state solons I Tht2, PCLZ5VFL4AD I I

I "1 know" replied. the latter. "I found again separated from the ordinary customers ST. LOUIS MO 0
"" I zcir; fp'2 i
your card. ""Well how did It work?" they asked of his pluce. put up a big sign in theapaitmont i ;
him. df voted! to faro poker -VIA- '.5 1 iMCRt.3'iTol's .

S:: Tft. Oldest. Chorea la Baron. 'Didn't do any. good" he replied.S "I roulette and I Hit like which lead:

,,. Canon Boutledge In his "BIB tOrT of lie awake all night. now thinking of 'MombriM of Ur: leglsluture please i CoastlineMontgomery

j. St. Martin Canterbury," claims UM other peoples troubles."-Chicago Trib-- take the tali:i1 to tie right: : gambler Atlantic I

proud distinction of the oldest church une. S take the tu, !>li> tu the lift. It's hard t

'\: In Europe for.'that venerable edifice. toil you iiini"rt.' "WiiHlilnjrton; Post. : : and L. & N. or Dixie: Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga I I II

:: H* describes It as occupying th< With Hcimbol. Motel..AuctlouetrTThls Round Rules from DeLand: fri
Trip S
S unique position of being the only existing book. gentlemen. III Lou
.,i" church that.was originally built asS JUST ,5; -
especially \ulullllle..aa: It contains mar $46.00 $38.35 .
" //rlr:. a church during the first four centuries ginal notes In the handwriting of Alexander ONE CT)1" e S !

7i:j!;. and has remained a church till the von Ilnoiboldt. .A hundred on i sale daily. Good to Dec 25; On Hale dally. Good l(0 days IfA.RRIMAN vs

I present day. St. Martin's has a sort of marks are offered. Going- going- WORD that word I.t11t's .s1Nc.

.. rival In St. Mary-ln-the-Coatle Dover, gone! ,It la yours. sir." S $23.15 t QIJLCTT1m1k

t<, which Canon Puckle believes to haveS S (The autograph marginal note by the ; $30.85 A
been erected by.British,.workmen some renowned cholot'\V811.aa follows "This 9 (in sale Sept 6; 18, 20, 27. Good
It refer to Dr.TaU's On sale Good 15 10 days and In Coaches: only
time in the fourth:CODturTi a, .J book.1,not worth. tbe paper 11! Is printed Uver Pills and dally days ,
on.")-London Telegraph. MEANS HEALTH. For reservations Information apply to agents A. O. L., or write S 7ioA.cJe4L14r'

:'':: A 'canary In Germany bas been ... S Are you constipated? FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Com. Apt, W. D. HTARKE Trav. Pasj. Afft ./

!\i'I'- known to continue a single trill totS On. Good neaaon.Hogg Troubled with Indigestion: ? jail W. Bay lit. Jacksonville FlaM .

ciRhtv-flve seconds' with twenty -Wall. I'm mighty glad I ain't Sick headache? .?
Vlrtlgo? 4az
f;, changes of note In It. got no children l\au8t1ck-It'a: just ai Bilious. ? Dv .
well. Hogg-That's wbutt! Kaustlck Insomnia? WM "' LAcjcvi 1-i-o I

Yes, for In these days of free education tNT of these symptoms and many others 'M"I'1 jITL12'
._ _ _
Foe -
ndlcatelnactionofthe LIVER, A. ERICKISOK
they wouldn't be able to escape some J. NAC

i knowledge ;of grammar. and they'd be SMOOTH S
HenofoahTimbers forever correcting ybu-Catholic DliALEK IN- ,

Standard. I M's Pills Genta' Bond Boys'niothinK. Huts and Cap" .. ecn I IS

Amblie-aom. Lmllea. Gents, and Children Shoes. Slippers anti Bobbers. .
SS Wlfey:- Do you recollect that once S

of oak keep the old when we had a tilt I said you were justas i Buggy and Wagon Harness, Sidleitett.!!.. RAILWAY ," Q/lV1J.lE'

: homestead mean as you could be? Hubby I Take No Substitute. Hewing:! Machines' Organs.. Pianos. and ;.IuHloallu.'trumentll To .
:. .standing .through: .Tew.,darling.. .Wlf how .
Jamea- -
ey-JDlv --- -- -
General Repair Shoe', Harness Machines" WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and .
: ,the !ryearsrIt pays-totise'tne .UUt.e..dkt.100 1 tbenl-Glasgow I' Notice. '

righfStti *""8 lI* 't -*" '"* .:.r1a1........... ... .... S S 2:" |I Notice Is hereby given that the underalirn- Havens Block; D Land Florida; I'I'M and the' EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C. >.--

executor oftbe last. ..111.1111 ( I ,
..' .ieric"4". : .. 1 1 9 jftTr.u.aC.: ,$. S .8,? I "Julia A. Stone, decease'. !, will testament on Monday CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The

S % .111 men... : ir.. i II I wonder If there Is another ttxptaniber Iii. A. D. 1904 present to the MMMM_ MMM *_MMtlieSmai NORTH!!! ancEST.---! : || M *'
rugged-hea tn-men-"Whosl r( gftf tift&t.51iUathe.ijd.worId so sweet Hon. J. Lee MoCrorv. Connty Judiro of ... ,, 'SapphfreCountty.!
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bodies and vojobers as such executor and ask to \ '
are made, .ofestlnaterials. te'sojhd.: \U> wtdnre-yott. think of another be discharged: tSet n Car.Oa Avrvlo*'
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., week. I Bxroutor: of the last will and testament 01 .. i .oUlI'&JUf klWAYtpcAftyrue,
4hildhood Julia A. Stone.Notice IM W. Bar Strati.'jaema-nu: .... Pawmw .co-.
;( is the time to layS I A Cleverness *
Some people harpon, Idea that th., Magazine of ? "f'-' P.T._.Waalt.-. a S. H. HAa wrew. a f AV-.-Et.c..
foundation for a sturdy con com fort' the ufillcted when they groan of Final ,Discharge. Magazines should hare. u well-defined pnrpose. .1"' : w.. H.T-. A.0. P.A.. ""- a>a I.t1M. -

u .titution! that will last for over then' 'Don't' 'drive a bears 55 Notice Is. hereby given that six mnntbi Genuine entertainment. amusement and mental recreation are the.. .motives. ,' ,
>> .yean-. through aj man's annlVsx ._ after date5 towlti On the ffrst day. <>f De- of THE SMART SET the ,T'' '' I
oember. A D 1904 I will present rov flnnlaeenunt _
:, ott's'Emulsion is the right .. r.. Do.." M adminIstrator of the estate of MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES{ S ...... .. .._................................ ...................... -
"A 'labile official." exclaimed the ordinary Hunan DePratta. deceased: to the Count 0 S
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S. ,;.l man 'be Judge of Volunla county, Florida'and a.k Its novels (a complete one in each on in bet). are by,.fha m..t brilliantauthors : WILLIAM S
''W1 p'(* heatedly "shoqld" ourIervaot for a anal discharge'. aa inch .administrator of both hemleoheres. ." I KOXiMpN ,
:i : cott's muIsionstimulatesS. l But la her .: Dated ibla the 27lb ol 115)4rE'rgR ) S / '1M. -'I'. .
day May. Ita short itorle are matchless-clean ":ui1 full of human; l Intereiit. 'I I I .
.: \ "nardl,/!" ventarmf the1 suburbanite ONE, Its poetry covering the entire field of verse-pnthoa,..love bamorj tendernes -* I ealer in.NewandSeconaHand Furnimre: '
owing powers children, 9 X. stay 'wltJ$ us too long for that"- Administrator. ...-Is by the most, popular poets, men arid women of the day., .1 .. .
them build' a firmS Itsjokeft, witticisms: tches. 'etu., ,are admittedly! the'!jnoat.mirth-pro-! '
ion JdrCASTOR Nptlce ror'iistu: < ns.t S. S
,.t.. y.c I IA ,NMIna Is hereby given 'that six months 160 PAOES DELIOHTPJUL.READING 1 .J j We l have stocked both our stores DeLand and at Orange City with 4a
S .,..... 'It. Jj after date." fowls i on the 8th day February, waited ; r { new and extensive line of beautiful furniture" which we are offering i
S t''t'1': ; 1 eiw: ;'it ,1 For In&ati and Children. 1110'11. f will apply to Bon. J Lee No pages are on oheap lllastruetlonsu..ditoeta1.vspvrings. o.,weary-I at rock: bottom prices-In fact our prices are not duplicated in the :
S L h"d' '* ,r.. _mgl.. ; Obunt 'Ju" e or Voluaia. Onntr, Ing essay S and Idle dlscnwilons. ..f .. '' ., .,.-. .,,, I ." j county. You hare had (rood bargains at our Stores, but better ones ::a: i "S
S for my tfnal' rilnooargw aa. Every Dingo will Interest, charm and rerresbou. : ,. I ] .
: II.i' ........ .t-.jf. [ jpahtaaiwh. : lire state'r of Martha. J.Banta MoerO"1. S Sub now-*4.60 per year. Remit 0.'Or Bzpreu:: orJer ', AflkdlbL7oaiaicj 'touiielilld. Jdoilu .
: 5 M S F1ftteau bought and soli} > See
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