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: October 1, 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: UF00087347:00040
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Professional :Cards. I CASTE lN INIlIA.) FOOD VALUE OF MILK.. P.

Ire Pccnllnrltlen Illustrated br the It* Nutritive Sab..
James W. Perkins. Cary D. Landla
I KellSTlon of the Sweeper \Vlili-li Are Ula-e

PERKINS & LANDIS, i Among the yet unsolved problems of In certain Blckiiussos .

I Indian ethnology is tho religion ot the such' as typhoid life
ATTORNEYS: and COUNSELORS- : sweeper caste. It seems clear enough milk which may not

AT-LAW, through nil tho confusion that the su final issue In certain

( preme deity of the Chubras Is Lalljura. cay, but may contribute
DeLand, Florida. or Ialberg. "a god without form or of vigor lu matuylty.
Will Practice In State and Federal
While the food value
Courts. for infants and Children. dwelling place
A mound of earth surmounted by a ernlly recognized, there.

STEWART & ELY Castorla' Is n harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Far- piece of stick and a bit of cloth for a norance of lho exact

gorlc. Drops and Soothing Syrups.. It ia Pleasant. It flag is this deity's shrine, and to It tritive properties. If u

ATTORNEYslAT-LA W contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic "poojiih" ia made and a little sacrifice Is boiled long enough It ,
nubHtance. It destroys \Vorma and allays KeverixhneMH. offered of eheo or grain. It floods no Milk similarly boiled
DELAND. It cures Dlarrhtna and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething consecration, this simple shrine, and idue wulh'lilng; from
Office in Bank Building.
Troubles mid cures Constipation. It regulates tile
three, This
wherever boo If sick
Branch-office Postofilce.DAYTONA! Htoiiiach nod Bowels Riving healthy and natural Bleep. the sweeper may
consists of
The Children's I.unacea-Tbe Mother's Friend. ness comes or a gift Is desired, the little ) sugar, fat
shrine may be set up, with its queer cn.clll-ll material with
J The Kind You Have Always Bought bit of rag and stick, and tho,worshiper's erties resembling those t
prayer Is made. egg, of the loan of meat

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. > Bears the Signature of The sweeper will have nothing to do of wheat and certain 1

with the transmigration of souls. Oncea stances which are ..

PcLand, Florida. sweeper always a sweeper, and even ufacture of the bones
tbe Ideal sweeper, Plr Jhota, with his like ulinoHt all other J

BERT FISH, broom of gold and basket of silver, substances are all .

"cleans now the fourth heaven the Is more they exist In

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, r # house of God, und sweeps the apartments correct proportionate
of the highest." Tbe good sweep The once famous
In Use For Over 30 Years.
demonstrated that
.. .... er' goes to heaven, however after
DeLnnd Florida. TNR Rr"Tr.u OOMn"Y n eTNttT NO"YONM
.__ death but in the heaven of a sweeper of quite loan beef ;
Special Facilities\ for Examining ----. --.----- tained seventy-two
there Is nothing to do but blithe and sit .t
and Perfecting Land Titles.J I IENGLAND'S at ease. and twenty-eight ,

A Legend' .>f IjflCe.Accordltii The bad on the other band matter-not all of which
to Mole-blur tlu Vogue, ttulOKotul goes to bell where he is tormented by 100 panda\: of good

ti of Inue I. ns follows: A Vene- Wn Born In Pale.lln and WM fire and wounds till the deity is pleased fourteen pounds of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. thin 10111101'.11111/. Ills ladylove a frond ol Beheaded III Sea: to vouchsafe relief. Between these dllo"\ls11blll. 1

OHIce In Brush Block. IIprl'" llllC seaweed. to keep him In St. George tho patron saint of Eng two extremes la a kind of purgatory
memory while nt .,,11. But the girl where the who is not good THE INCENSE .
DeLand, Florida., land, was born ut I.yiUla, but broughtup sweeper
Will Practice In State and Federal! found 1 Unit the seaweed wns rnpldlj In Cappudoclu. He WITS a tribune enough for the one pluco and not bad
Courts. drying III'| mid l>c rlng. So she In the reign of Dloclc-tlnn' and being enough for the other undergoes a sort It In Sii'mittr. and .
=--- --- tine brunches and lemes oJ M, rrli and '..
fnuiiht kills
-- -- : of which cither or
:i a man of great courage was a favorite
PU.) JOHN MACDIAHMID, tin plant with thread RCIIIIlst!: n piece I but as he complained 1 to the emperor cures him. Incense is the resinous

PHYSICIAN SURGEON. of lliuMi niul. working on. wltb her i of hla severities toward the Christianannd : Of Bulmlk. the great leader of one udes' from n true' found
thought!: following her lover. invented l argued In their defense he was I iput sect of sweepers and now himself, like nmllluml from near I

Office over Fisher's drug store. lace In prison and beheaded April 23. Fir Jbota, a sweeper! In the courts of Ciuurdaful. tome ""
OHIce hours: 10 to 12 a.' m.; 2 to 4,, SOS.; St. Jerome mentions him In one heaven, the accounts differ so widely a region adjoining :\
and 7 7 to 8 m.DELANO. Mont Have Oulicrown It. Arabian I (
p. count.
of bis "Martyrologles," and In the following that It Is difficult to identify him. It.
FLORIDA. She ((11 ::ao n. in.)-Do you know an" there seems clear, however that with the found In India, but the
century were mnnychul'choll I
Borvui? Kt
liUMobuIl. Mr.
tiling! about >rofcsRloii of he combined the est quantity comes
named to his honor. In re- i l sweeper
O. A. DAVI3.PHYSICIAN -"I'M. Indeed.! I Iviis considered the I
:DB malllnnd.
recreation of and there la some I
I gui'd to his connection with England. poetry, \
hc-Ht iiinutiMir. shortstop In the country The incense tree Is
amount of evidence' In favor of his ;
Ashmole In his "History of the Order :
AND 8UROEON, n few years nso./, tlJu'cll.: I never and like the
I having been the author of the "Itaniu-
of tbe Garter, says that King: ArthurIn i .
Cincinnati En
would have thought
DEMAND, FLORIDA. I cia and seldom' reaches
the sixth century placed the picture ana. ::
Office at residence, Indiana avenue,, qulrer. __ ___ _____ of St. George on his banners and i I I He la alternately represented as a teen feetIncense
next to Court House. Chanced Their Mind.. '. Suldon tells us he was patron saint of low caste bunter of the Karnal :Nardak la not only

Office Hours: 9 to 13 8 to 4, and 7 to 8.1R8. "I undcrHtiiud" you wore going to call England In the Saxon times.It I and as a Bhll highwayman who was but many orientals use
this afternoon." Is quite certain that the councilof converted by a saint whom ho was the breath ami. burn It
on :Miss Pert
about to rob. There la a legend too to kill disagreeable o<
""'1' liiiiuinl our minds I Oxford in 1222 commanded his festival -
"Wlint caused, you to do that?" to be observed in England as a that he laid down his life for the ries from 2.2I0.IJUO( to ,

PHYSICIAN and SCKaiiON.OlBoo \!: "Why. "'o learned" nt tho last moment holiday of !leaser rank and In 1330 he sweepers of Bunares and Induced tbo and Is gathered. in the / \ : fi

tlint she was tit liomo..Houston TostitroH was adopted us tbe patron of the Or- people of that city to admit sweepers brought to inniket by :
on East New York Avenue, der of tbe Garter. The dragon slain Into their presence as they had never ing the winter 1
done before.As ranges! from to 0 annas ( )
DELAND, FLORIDA. by St. George Is simply a common allegory I
I I for Lalberg. tbe other !great leader per !pound, according to
'' ItlieninntlHm mnl atiirrli-ttorilrlne, m'nlFree. to express the triumph of the
Dn. A. S. MUNSON, Christian hero over evil, which John be takes ua back at once to the days Incense la extensively :
of Homeric myth. He was born from the orient, and lust
beheld under the image
write and the Evangelist
Send no -simply
money the coat of Balmlk and suckled by a pounds wero whipped to
Balm at of the ,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. try Botanic Blood our ex- drugon.
pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.]) Gibbon In hilt "Decline and Fall," hare. In proof whereof Chuhrus to Is n great distributing

Olllcc Second Door South of FIMher'sDrull kills or destroys the poison in the asserts that the patron saint of Eng- this day abstain from eating harea. 8SO pounds to Europe,
Store. blood which causes the awful aches In land was George of Cappadocla the On the other bund Lelberg, wall also tion going Marseilles:

OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 back and shoulder blades, shifting turbulent Arlan bishop of Alexandria born of a pitcher through the power of

and 7 7 to 8 p. m. pains difficulty in moving lingers, but the character of this assertion has) Abdul Kader: Kllanl and when the THE FIRST
DeLand Florida.M, toes! or legs, bone pains swollen mus- been disproved by Fapebrocb Prophet Elias was turned into a -
---- cles aud Joints of rheumatism or the fully I I sweeper for spitting on the saints In It \Vnerj. '......... !!
fU'IOUN REEVE, foul breath. hawking, spitting, droppings Milner and others.Exchange. heaven It was Lalberg who relieved Made by. .. ......

/ in throat, bad hearing/!, speckwdying him.-Times of India. The Clin Idea us were
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, before the eyes, all played out ARTIST AND ARTISAN. first cultivate: get"m
Botanic Blood
of catarrh.
feeling WI.. Beyond Her Y...... I with Its sister science
Balm has cured hundreds of cases of ... .. the Dlf- .
Want It Is That IM OT
Otnce In store recently occupied by
He was a curly headed boy with life pears to have been
Dr. Mellette. Residence 403 Went :III) or 40 years standing/ after doctors ...... B. _..n Them."My .1
hot springs and patent medicines had before him. She was a little girl with ently by Egyptians! !
York Ave.DeLand ia to be an artist,
New going
son but It would deans who had nil ,
all failed. Moat of these cured patients ; a saucy pug nose, wise \
Florida. had taken Blood Balm as a last said a proud father. "He does not I seem, beyond her years. The fact that planeta from the fixed.
resort It Is especially advised for need to study lot of scientific rub she was nursing a doll with eyes that ed these Into

[D 11. H. D. BRACEY, chronic deep seated cares. Impossible bish." opened and shut with a click may have Drawings'( of the ,'
for any one to sutler the agoniesor Perhaps this father does not know I been his Inspiration."Say ably common to the
of rheumatism or catarrh rubbish" I 1
symptoms that what he calls "scIenUflc
DENTIST. sister, I think I'd get married three nations, but owing
Blood Balm.
while after taking
or the
tnen-\ res the difference between .
If I knew bow. Bale destruction' of '
Olllre second. story McLaurlne Block. It thereby makes giving: the a blood healthy pure blood and supply.rich urtlkon and an artist, the difference I I "Oh, that's easy," replied the owner sible to any whether ;

DeLan Florida. Cures arc permanent and not a patching between the common and the superb, of the pug noae. "First you buy a diamond plane surfaces, which

up. Sold at drug stores, $ I per between mediocrity and excellence. It ring nnd give it to her then you ly be called maps, were ;
y O'lUSI A COUNTY A BSTRACT CO, large! bottle. Sample of Blood Balm was what this man called "scientific I buy* a gold ring like mamma's got and In more recent ;

sent free and prepaid also special rubbl b" which made the differencebetween i give that to her. And then you must project a chart of the
medical advice by describing tbe works of Michael Angelo "
S B. Wilson Bert Fish your buy her a watch for her birthday. Illlipiircliim, who upon
Blood Balm Co. :
trouble and other artists
writing hundred
and those a "
"An' what she give me? expectantly a new star decided
Manager.: Actuary. Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for :
.t, his day who have gone Into oblivion.It osked the little chap. state of tho sky In his ;
than thousand
Blood Balm is better a
Abstractors of Titles. printed testimonials write at once. was this "scientific rubbish"-studying "Why, nutbin', of course" smartly replied pile a catalogue of all ;

inn W. Indiana Ave., DeLand Fla. anatomy for a dozen years-that his little companion. ble above his horizon.
gave Immortality to the statues of "Say, sister" he added "I guess I 1.08O slurs. and In order :

ALFRED HOWARD, Tb. 0111....... Moses and David and to his paintingsthe won't marry,"-Philadelphia Telegraph.A ly their positions i
Comma out of n woman's dab: "Tho "Last Judgment" and "Tbe Storyof sphere n piojectlon of >

difference" between my husband's club Creation" Sioux Indian Cnatom. a plane surface which
SURVEYOR: and 1U1_" Bald the lathe artist of real ability has
pretty woman Many an Among the Sioux Indians a common poses more useful than a
turquoise colored to
DeLand, Florida. at her) watch, "1s that mine lasts from because of Bis ignorance of lust such a kettle from another It la expected WeathernrlH Bird.

CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF 2 until 0, and bis lasts from 0 until "scientific rubbish." Of what good la when the kettle Is returned a The sea gull makes a ,

2." an artistic temperament or genius to snmll portion of the food that bus been barometer. If a covey I

the sculptor who does not know the cooked In It will bo left In the bottom. seaward early In tile I
origin the Insertion and the contourof Should this custom be disregarded by and fishermen know

Agency of the leading Fire Insurance r the various muscles, who Is not any one that person would never be bo Hue and the wind

Company of America-The Aetna. BILIOUSNESS thoroughly familiar with the human able to borrow again as the owner birds. keep Inland

City properly. Specialty. """ftt+.D.--:. anatomy Michael Angelo thought It must always know what bus been cooked haze hunting out
No 808 Boulevard DaLand Fla. worth while to spend a great deal of In her kettle. A white woman on denote unpleasant

-- CONSTIPATIONCURED time upon the anatomy of a horse and one occasion returned n scoured kettle, folk know that the

Notice of Final Discharge. BYTH upon abstruse matbemutIce.Success.Year. Intending to teach a lesson In cleanliness unfavorable., Of all I

but her'act became the talk of the dolphin Is the
Notice. Is tout tbe undersigned ,
hereby Rives -
Guardian of L. Colby Pinkerton will ED FORD'SBLACKDRAUGHT Didn't Coant. tuff camp as a fresh example of the During a tierce gale or
nn the let day of Marnb. +. D l 1\1'16.\ present Napoleon In tbe course of his Italian meanness of the whites.A i tho mariner knows that
Ins flnal mioounttn tbe County Jiid.e 01Volnsla campaign took a Hungarian battalion Is near It bo can see a :
.. County Finds, at bis otlloa at prisoners. The colonel an old man, Piece For III. Dost. number of that fish
PuLand aDd k Iba' the be allowed.
a same
J. D. PRICE.: complained' bitterly of the Rossini lived before the day of special high sea waves
Tills Anff 23, 1904 Quardl.nl.W Because the liver I is mode of fighting by rapid and desultory pleas for the dog but he was sufficiently -
neglected people suffer attacks on the flank the rear, the In advance of bIll time to recognize Japanese i

with constipation, biliousness lilies of communication etc., concluding tbe equality If not the superiority It la sold that there I
headaches and fevers. Colds attack by saying that he tought in the of his own favorite beast The Gen.tlemon' than 8.OOO.OOO gods
the lungs and contagious diseases army of Maria Theresa. "You must Magazine says that tbe late the :
.Tnpnueso Praying
take hold of the syitem. It is safe
to say that if the liver wero always be old" said Napoleon. "Ye I am Sir Arthur Sullivan made Rossini's acquaintance easy. In the streets
.-( kept in proper working order either sixty or seventy," was the re in Paris. One morning, with prayers printed On :

illness would be almost unknown. ply when Sullivan called to see him he a small wheel attached.

Thedford's Black-Draught is K "Why, colonel." remarked the Cor- found the composer trying over a pieceof ing by can give the

Seeds sucoewful curing such sickness clean, "you: bane certainly lived long music. that counts na a )" {
because it I. without a rival a* a enough to Know how to count yearsa "What Is that?" asked Sullivan. In the second 1.1 gent.
Cost awe-rlaa.ner-d liver regulator. This groat family little more closely.!' "General" said "It's my dog's birthday," Rossini replied lands of which the

.e.rull.ap.rlmnane.v.dluoyolnr..ntr.. -,. madioina is not a strong and the Hungarian "I reckon my money gravely, "and I write a little piece worship the bear and !
drastic. drug, but a mild and horses but form l'
shirts and as for him
ayd. .ei19904 tnyi my every year
bold'y", healthful laxative that cures constipation will sun. moon. Ore, wind r
Swd Ama rr..ld Ind, and may be taken by a years I know that nobody :
10 a11.pD. Dlle.nl551 mere child without possible want to steal them and that I shall Limited Guarantee. Heard In the
M. FERRY.& CO.. harm. never lose one of them." Customer think this 1 Is what ray "You don't know

Detroit. web. The healthful action on the liver daughter told me to < eons biliousness. It has an invigorating Bow D. sea AnproMh n D1_..ltrt tee It to be one of the popular songsof to the umbrella.. [

effect on the kidneys. ',It _makes great difference bow yon the day? Music Dealer-Yes. sir; "Look here," retorted
.promptly obtain D.0. and ForaUmPATENTS Because the liver and kidneys do approach u difficulty. Obstacle are but, of course, I can't guarantee its
"such bluffs from
a more
not work regularly:, the poisonous like wild animals. They are cowards, popularity among your neighbors after with (
acids along with the waste from but they will bluff you If they can. If your daughter has learned to sing It.- go woo My
the bowels get back into the blood tip or shut up' every I
.. they see you are afraid of them. If you Chicago Tribune.
and virulent contagion re uJts.. stand and hesitate If you take youreye p ...
The Main
Timely treatment with Thed from theirs, they are liable to H. Get There. \ ;:
Bond rtkxlol.ikMoft or phae*of Invention UK ford's Black-Draught removes the but If do not Pecksniff-When the evil on. starts First Artist-We must : >
(raeraporton natentBhllu* rnrfrrebook, dangers which lurk in constipation spring upou you for onr subjects. .,
In the out to tempt me I always "Get 1 '
ScmuvYnftflE 1IIQVQ flinch If you look thorn squarely say :
liver and kidney troubles, and will
that's tint where
P.cop tenn.nn inHUC mHnr\O may ,
positively forestall the inroads of eye, they will slink out of sight So the behind me, Satanf" and he gets we to go for our cu
Hright'. disease for which disease dlilicultles flee before absolute fearless- there Wiseman-Yes,when Satan starts

GASNttWOFPOSITC In advanced! stages!! there Is fleas though they arc very real and out to tempt you be usually does "get Life.. > '
no eon. Ask your dealer for a formidable to.the timid and hesitating there," doesn't Philadelphia Preen ; ;
Of course n man
2&J. package of Thedford's BlackDrauirM. J
and grow larger and larger and more : $
-- on n button If he!' "'
Pins found the
hare been
U S formidable with vacillating oontemplatoon. among : ;
.-Orl on Swett Marden la- Sue- UirypUan: mummies and In the prehistoric mon fliul It easier to nectlon}is absolutely 1 .gtttalq f

Y rr. ., caves of Switzerland., \ Somerville! Jot1\'unJ.. l prosperous' people.-Mil\ ton tad,..! ,, ..,._,

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YOLGSIA: COUNTY RECORD. ALL OVERT111 COUNTY Orange City.Coin ,_._. ._._._,_._,_._._ _., -,-,-,-,_._._,_._'-'-'-'
: A MOST PROMISING YEAR e-.e-e-e-e-: -: e-: ", eC": :C-: r4[,

: .. TEM OF IS'nICESTVAt'TEI) TO sociable at Mr Wheldon's on : WATTS & MILLER U:

TilE RKCOItl) OFFICE IIY ITS Tuesday eve. .
Entered: in the Postoffloe at DeLand, Fl*.. ,
\ a* second class matter. COlmESl'O JEN1'S. Will Kolinan has moved big stock ili
AT STETSON UNIVERSITY -- of goods into the Burrll store. iU iW

President Blackman of Rollins HARDWARE FURNITURE
B. E. PBEVATT, Editor Proprietor. Pierson. / It .
; College, was in town on business.Mr .
= I

.fife DEMOG ATIQ TI0KET.NATIONAL. Governor ww LaFollette, of Wis."An I Ovation for Dr Lincoln open Time Monday Pierson, Got snbrii 8nl.trlct school will on Friday.the Roberts Fred DeBarry and family to Enterprise wilt\ come on iil t UNDERTAKING >

cousin, a thorough Republican, Tim coining event is MM biff"picnic at
John Welch who has been sick in beda
.. United States Ben! ator. '.. recently declared in a public I Hnlley, the New President the Nels Pierson oak grove Saturday week is ont again; be looks as: if the; / LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, FURNI- 0ti >!

JAMKS P. TALIAFKRKl: ). speech that it is better to vote Oct 1st. microbes kit him bard. it''i A nitnre and Everything for your home, the BeRt and Latest in \ I
Member Congress Iud District. Miss\ Mary\ ITorn ili-piirtcd Sunday. for the Market, and oar prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the T
FRANK CLARK.PraslUaiiUal for a good Democrat than a bail an outing at TiirnbuU Buy with her Mrs Thnrsby is home again,; from St it"Ii fine class of Goods we carry. HOnr Furniture' Department U three,1
Governor bister.Thut. Augustine, where she has been visiting it) doors north of our Hardware Store and when in itt; of anything inIi
.. Elsoturs.: First thing
Republican.: her Mrs McPheron. .
[ daughter, our lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depart. '.
f II. 1IIAILEY.. JjiFollette, knows he will be OPENING DAY ENROLLMENT KUOI! s"!i>nrUnn lady Mrs Ray Percy King is back from St Louis it,li ment. We have the goods yon need and will satisfy yon or your \IJI
.' T.A JKNNINUS.: KUUNCl.!:!. the monit Moody of Kinporla watt shopping calling here for a few days while on his it li ,money back. \Ii
J. tJ.) H. ;, charged with treason. by here Monday.
back to Miami. lie is ,
;. -. V .A.... U B.. 81'ONKMA.N.N KW'IH: truly, loyal.Alexander. REACHED 216 Miss. Ida Peterson, one of Plerson's ticket WilY circus there. passenger I it a) Careful Attention given all Mall Orders. ,ti

STAT. mvttkst young Indies, WHO shopping in Rev. Brewster, Mrs Brewster and the it)
'r". For dovernor..IAPOLKOJJ St. Clair Abrunis i is DeLuml lust' wc'ck children lire at Eagles Mere. Penn. it) UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. : }
\ WhIch Is Within 16 of Uift Total They expect to get back about the .
B. BRUWAKU. Registration -
making: a strenuous effort to get Section foivumii Neiblnck ban put tipanplfiulul middle< of October. it, Mr. J. A. Stith, a gradaate"i
of Sta" ) of the .... .
r Secretary j"t oil the double lailwaytruck one of finest Embalming --
.B. CLAY: A.WFORD. Mr. Hollow ay olF the ticket. His for the First Week of Any at this III\, I!. William. Laws has received two carloads it,Ii) Schools of the country. is in \"1

.' AttorneyGeneralWILLIAM communications: on the subjectare The Thuradny "I1It11f) ointflnn con In the of corner merchandise.utore. which He la he fitting owns np, it) charge will give of this department and and'i.'. '
It" U. KLLIS.!:! appearing in some of the Previous Y ar-Many Hew vention. orKiiiiiznit: some time past atMM just vacated by Kolinan. prompt
Comptroller.A. Nels Pterson, I U flourishing.Mr it l) attention to every detail of thic -i \"
, with the word ,h.er. Tim storm that passed over us during work. J
C. CEOO.M.: papers Students Registering. i m
nnd Mrs U A Combs of Bocaratouearilvetl he; past week did no damage. It was -
.State Trsiksiirar. tisement" at the head. Sheats Sunday for a mouth a stay! iioru of a blessing. Commencing on ) Funeral Supplies \IiT

:::' WILLIAM V. KNOTT and his partisans are making a Every' indication( points to H rouiHrkiibly vl.itiulfIr.!\ .. Combs' parents, Mr and Thursday. at noon' it continued until T
,. Superintendent Public Instruction! suewwfnl year for the Job Mrs J I) lirutltiliawMiss Saturday' morning The heaviest rain j Always in Stock.STOVES. !
W. M. HOLLOW A Y. vicious light on the democratic fell on Friday, a in, about 6 inches \I \,Ili
B. Stetson University which >nei : Fnxltfrica Peterson, an a'coln'Ilisb..1 _.
ux _
dnriinr _
; Commissioner of nominee for State Superintendent the storm; the wind blew from -'- '-' -' -'-' -' '-'- .
'. Agriculture.. last Wednesday morning nadvr most young lady of this place, t..r01I.n"c..l heN H.Somneommo. '-"f-es :::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=- ::=::=::=::=::=:::::=::; ::=::=::=::: 1.-
B. B. MclJN.Rallrusd of Schools.If a plenantit sojourn, with friends at
l Commlwloner. anipivions circumstances. The spirit Uuntingtou MondayS attempted to enter J D
Grahams store at the rear entrance.
",' JOHN L. MORGAN. the recent organization of ant I enthusiasm. manifested by the E Smith passed, htseixty-fonrth mile They hail, bored two holes through the
'., Justius Supreme Court-Six Years. stone of life Saturday.. 24 It baa door around the lock and were at work _
IL.I'ENWIK; TAYLOIC truckers and< fruit growers\ a faculty the students and the six or bt"llI:! years since he crossed the big : on the shlrwh\ n they evidently got THE

Justice Supreme Court. success, it will be the greatest eight hundred people present from De- pond- au infant from Ireland.Floyd !. I icared at something as no further mis-
HUBERT S COCKKKKLL.: chief done I la g'iij .1 DETROITSTOVE
was! It thought that they
Land and from sections of the P Felt was on our street Thurs
all the
) of to many
THOMAS S. MKACKLKFOUD: kind a blessing ,11havlD just arrived from his wanted to get inside of the Express Co'ssafe. WORKS
J. B. WUlfFlELI)
) '. :countY. farmers, fruit growers and truck. State emphasized annaumtnhi7osctionnI Emporium. Penn, home to Emporia, name and this Trade -='

$ Court Juilira. ers. Organization ia the life, $ effort upon the part of all to make euronte to Stetson University.A ---- = '
Mark are cast on each \Jpf
.,HUlOB, J\NE8" the mode of operation, to make the year the most snocvosfnl in the hammock picnic< "party composed of GL1MPSESOi '
State Mr and Mrs 2s els Pi..OU and family genuineJEiLStoveandprotection \ "
Attorney. anything successful. The fruit history of tbe institution.The and several friends indulged in a veryenjoyable D "
JOhN C. JOSES.KeprasunUUves FAIR.How Range. That is for your
growers and truckers can conrol opening exercises took place at friendship outing Wednesday
'* and is a guarantee
r 'cHA9. L. I HMITH.T..J. the rktlf will 9 o'clock iu the be ntifnl anvtitorium. lastE
: SfABKMAN. l they ;J Collins of Queen City Delaware. Its Orandeur and Beauty Impress ,:::=- T :: that it is the best of its
right. and as Dr. Lincoln Halley, the nt'wP."t.t..nt suit Inter of Je&mp, Georgia arrive to
I County Judge manage
: his Euipona home last w..k.Ir Cant a DeLand Visitor. kind for the money asked.
I : J. L. MCCROKY. accompanied by Dr. Farrfeu.Den I
Ills best girl were visiting at this A 7 P Every genuine Jewel Is a -
' Clerk of Circuit: Court Working unable to of the college the the Editor ,
men are past ye r Place[ Saturday. To of The Record

4 BAM'L Sheriff D. JORDAN. understand what ,the President entered the students gtve the Doctor a Mulligan guards does anybody know I More than ever can the Americans I I i'41' .Idli fuel saver no matter what
whut has become of the "Idbatbll for it.
JOHN K. TURNER. neana when l he says "The hearty aud warm welcome with prolonged I stupid boast of their grand achievements. Th e you pay
; lodge donkey which slipped his
f climax seem to have been reached WHY BUY UNKNOWNS,
r Tsx
purchasing power of the wage.earner's applaose front the grvt crowt! halter Thursday night. A suitable reward within the area of the Louisiana JEWELS COST
paid returned to hunch post. Purchase Exposition. Scenes from allover
dollar faster
3,. Tax Assessor grown present. Those cautions, hustling truckers' !!. the the world are reproduced.A NO MORGI r
"' 8. B. WILSON. than the cost of living." The The formal exercise began with song Harper brothers. L'1I1't.\ and Harry, good: way to see the big show is to

: County Treasurer federation of Labor is by the audience. Scripture reading by will hip bont: 400 orates of egg plants par :25cents! for a seat in an automobile Sold andRecommended
angry) ,
J. J. V1NZANT. his; *ea.on. They will commence sendn which will carry one all over the
'. County Superintendent and insists that it means that Rev. Oates! and prayer by Rer. Stewart. forward lu about ten days. They grounds while the good-natured guide ." _

,\:: BELT FISH.!: the. President doesn't knowhat Then followed a brief addrwu by Dr. want to finish their truck shipping before shows the whole Fair from the outside; ,_.. ....' -=. :
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County !Surveyor! they tackle their orange crop. also gives the history of each! building. ; ;;' : ..
t' a wage-e rner's dollar looks like, Hnlley-an acknuwlrdgvuasut of the Justice Even to walk about. the /grounds affords
: TH08. F. DBUDY. of: the Peace Jim Cade of this

County Commissioners not having earned his salary: hearty welcome given him. a compliment place was called to Barber ville Saturday -! cascades n "panorama wAttr-W"of sculptural,... fountains decorations throw., WATTS & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA

; District No I-R. I'. BROOKE. since he began to draw it. to the University and its bvaatufalbnildinxs morning, accompanied bv Deputys : inn their sprav stone bridges, beautiful .
District No FRANK" E. BOND. i ,>Qrt2 J O Cade where they "Il..t..1I" _.. .
flower gardens. and to --- --- ---- -- -- -- ------ --- ---- -
District No S-W. H. MCBRIDbi.District !:. to the pretty city ia whkh jury and held au in.iaeet over the landscape;
No 4-THO8.!: L. ROI>OERtI. Judge Parker has given his I"l_ body of a coloromn killed br see the huge white palaces brilliant S : .: 0Ii
is and
Stetson located heart-to-heart from bottom
District No 6-'I'HOS.:! J. MURRAY a .. trua at that place Friday nijht top to with electric '-' '-"- '- -
formal letter of to splendor. sweet mmdc. and the gondolas \
Msmbers School Board acceptance talk with the and
Ii" young women men Deputy: Sheriff Charles Kuru and
gliding along swan-like intoxicates
I Dlstrlot No 1-JOHN L.CHANDLER the public, and a more able or a present to prepare theuiselvw for the I r"w t. EVaaof DeL At1I were trtusacttng one. so' to speak. : \''i> Never Before mI
District No a: I,. K; I'AU&bY.:
f -
business la this pt.ioe Wednesdayo
: District NoS-K. stronger document was never I Of course one cannot /give in detail I ill m
F. KN Al'l'lIJ.
and battles
responsibilitea of to
)! I Last W o.ok. o..rnto'l\arl:
I >! :! cause ur the items of interest to be found at the
_. ._. .._ iven to the American people.It shape .a life and destiny the Doctoisaid ..after *.cir surly 1 ioo'c.n coon held bi! various building. : and exhibits. As for ?,1 Have we carried a more t

-- -- deals in a statesman-like, man the D which ,
Mr. Ilolloway is not saying accomplishment here: lootaac over his: intake grove hsn.tSay and art. The art building contains two '

anything yet. ner with) the vital issues of the. mast be of their own e&ort. apple- BaJ: ,iZo U.1"*,. b"Vyou ''''l'0' hnnlreU rooms while the big exhibit 0\ Ifgt \

campaign and will influence I team I
merited by the help of the** wacei n
the redaction"" It is 'said that New Jersey and< thousands of the independentvoters work in life I is to pave tiie way for tadevelopment <. ...*e.. ta to.* BMoa Uihl"!: old wan S.:; E Every foreign display has it. own rules- ,,
F Connecticut both certain togo to his support. lie uncovers ->Biui batted into twv.> such! ..h"I lowreceallv man The manufacturers! building :;;i Everything' for Tour home-the latest in Ule -the best I \
are of mind and bodr! .COQ !hoTsrth4; :! n'U'u- the depot" Thi one of the main group. is a great place ;., that u made. '(Ve want to take you through this department '',
for Parker and ]hvis.k the repu blican deceptionand stoutly throwing aronnd the ttadeni wenJrytn* tw taaiii-r;* 2 <> 3 mainbaafUow loved It) linger about that place ,,. of our Store You wi'l 1 Bad the (roods you want anJ ..Y.CAN'T .
; wb., tE. tockeil their tired I at prices that
( hypocrisy) and tells the ooctiuad th.'o.h to death m
k;: Jacksonville is making great those Christian influences that serr !lost the. tyut soar Sramdinvuno !1 Japan has an excellent showing here; m
American people plainly that BE DUPLICATED
;, as an inspiration to bring oat the fees! !*. particularly interesting were the luu-

preparations for, its Trade Carnival there is no possible hope for that ia ia the A ban.l-H.xii-- w. Co .a'f' vtsztor arrirejo manse maps wf Japan and Manchuria U .""".."......""..""". i
t to take place Oct. 2129. their relief for man or woman. toi* pitce W<*iui T af .roooo fromJacaocvaL. in bne relief" laid down, on the floor to I,\ I,\
or any governmental Dr. lfalley said that most of his work \. it) *>)o irn a eoopl.. ol remit one of the war between Japan Undertakers and Embalmers
reforms long TntfTe! with: her T'4 .::1.1 Rn-sat. n i
as ta-
I'Utyeabot; ;; wees. 1;:'iu 1fo .u..r
the been in the South
Florida should Rive Parker .e.3 itr: v. K U t:1Um.!: : ibe na.tasi. and The!: Phtlzprdne< exhibit. One can't .
i.; and Davis and the entire democratic republican party is in power. that ha loved the Southland and her I<>va bU djta jaa:: ? oi Jlr *ai Mrs Porer. kelp iroa-enu; what Uncle Sam wants : Full Line of Fine Goods j!

hospitable people and he was glad to >ier>u a Ji f EA..U Frerwo. a rr bc!, wish tb.ow na&ed,,.. copper-coloretl
e' ticket 25,000 majority. racier 'si* w** .ac.reuan.I by teMLw -rvararv I declare thoae I torrates J Always on hand. i hg
fit Messrs Stewart & lily and take np the work to which he had been littot: ..!.\QJItotr.;!! are hardly human. They prefer dog1 .
0 Judge J. D. Beggs attorneys of called and would rive it his heel \1 :!_! to q-uUl. au.t they believe that
Qt Me oc..e ff1ret D>;Lal.1'.
p. :
:' AU the State colleges are now thought, his constant care. Through fiats?, wr made before fork How- g; J. F. ALLEN & CO.
the defense ; \will file the pleas !tW'1N AOl :a 'ianhrec ft I..j".r ever there It. pride In possession, and
'f. open thelargestattendance, tbe earnest solicitation of Dr. Harper R i Bcshopi: r..KlItt:! lire Ctol E A Pavl
:1 United Stales will lead the m
today in the United States poorifaunnt "
courtat President of the :lit th! place v%<*la-i r yiatt< Eatlticryw "
for University of .
the Chicago .
; opening, they have ever : FiUipinost along the path ofhu.wM.gr ._. -
Jacksonville in the suits : s aoocmiana.t; by btiraircrfcraTO: ttraOflece.
..f had. < of he had accepted the Presidency of Stet the d.-a1T. pnsc4tly. Ermie Man until they are capable of
Lena B. Mathes and Dr. John F. son University tended him by its G-rtrUtlot, Bishop at Biiinoote lU'l'. who. 3.kfc: =,Hf. ttir pLa..lo the cinlued world."Tiw .

Orange Forbes against Mr. and Trustees; he realized the great responsibilities 10 very .sweet wcni her. brgmIfsot are more! tbiogs in heaven and
growers are holding Mrs. ...r:It., BoOn tf.,.. than are dreamt of in --- "n.W'hy .
and raven bLack:.: riJl.fl: _
t; their fruit down in DeSoto Polk John B. Stetson for libel in the devolving upon him. but assumes vec: hhT'.Akng : :
them with the determination! assistedby tN Johnson. !ciery oDt mathe ,t_. the Fiie t* almost every Coney Not Drink -
Manatee and Lee counties for scandal matter. We do not an able faculty to make the University : heautit wcn&mnon. < aar W 1..11.1 attraction that can be imagined, II
p Jo) l1J>l1 *'f HeLand.:! 4&1 her! Ib J' I hkv not of them. but I
sea am
91.75 per box f. o. b. know the contents of the pleas any
rank with the ablest in WATER
the PURE ?
;: babe /are the d..tf.tlt.t! .rieare c:II! !:>tv .tn ltl '"Creation" is worm while seeing.Ta .
but presume they present the South an honor to the State that parents hot OJ II:A _! !tr FU"!'Jl.f. Tvmlean Alp loom magnificently -

The independent vote will go evidence of the defense in said< claims It. the pride of DeLand and her or. months .tiujSi* amI Sumliyus Tier first greet the np eye at thenoiin T HE Orange" free City from Mineral organic SpringVetor nmdor! aol l tolmcoori.s-.st|e.ootseimg' ,) ut I II"uoittt i.multy.1 \p."ttiitniU Iw outabsolutely s 't
to Parker and Davis OIL election cit lien.! Lnt& 4iw o< Ptanua t arreaaflowers. entrance to the grounds and especially ...benenclsl cases of kidney M it 11\.'r Iroo'blo'Ths -
t:: scandal.. The cases are important who ..... been .sauon.i scm.lisa. crmt a meet: favorable impression. Theeceue _.1"1' load rt'CeIid It:klteriurf, en>lorm'iu" day, as well as thousands of Re. Dr. Hullny U a man about -U/ rears of vrtth Her mister JMr Hera.1. accoumpenie. ,
ones and will attract wide attention has a garden *ubw.,. Passive siuiu. professor of vhe" ili>trv. IVIoit. ""n..<> ltli li, \\ tMrimnht, um
,; publicana will be found voting, age., has degrees from Harvard. Columbia IMm to this p....:>!'. I PUy. Once inside the gates" of ihs best chemists this country: J. U. Ugtlvn, iluviiir. :>i<\\' \'o.k mul
; they are cases of great; of and Am rina miles ne dot- otheikDr.Boyatonof
,on Chicago Bncklin. Harper cue of Ptr5o" meet *.-- seem. aWaY.
the ticket. Clevelikiui.Ohio.! wrliMl 1 l In ilu ilnit
< aamerknown i
i |l.ure.t *| !
ft. public interest, and the facts astht'y an educator and lecturer of national conipijatLed Ia.1w. sad wJe. &i 0Gr r.t .i- f-n!'ol Sr.,. hooding are fine and that tome. I siu using U and. reooiumcivlitirf/ it l>> ....1"'.... li. ,,"II'. ,i\m,ls
; Inr< nierchaai. Mr J A Hu develop at the trial will be reputation a man of highd..lLla\ and fine a trial to anyone no superior. Itl a n oicr.
; Governor Odell was elected in ;. Wednesday after. 'a mwt: : ptauiuis aa.1 *>cte of the old cutters. Maim? people have visited orange! tilt by iuMct o, ilirtr rl) loU". (11\l r
1. given Record readers< and let attainments and as a lecturer he is ,%elichtf: we< owacMC ta to:*ttsr of I Tie Fair i t. a great educator it iswortbi the ,"urp.or testing time :Mineral :>i>riiiVator, ,"'I" IIIIf 1:1'\->Ix-nrAi.. lVu ,;
1000 by a/plurality of 11,126, and sought for throughout the country. He *.>LadShe warn euseot o< itr aItol }frs tie trip simply to view the iu use. The water'Is tlrawn from a sulii.rniu'iui 1".11I1f tiT !">'<.1 l>t.I.w she 1
'1. in I102.bj? 0,752. He can point the, case come, to as speedy trial .. fascinating npou the platform a N S Lindstrora. Mrs HArpwr ww i<- boUr.1fDry.. etc It U the", biggest surface, U very palatable and altogether the IV'iU \\ sour. lo I..> louml lu Ui..

as ,possible that it become lighted with DeLaiuI, for! 'a* kaks: fm-: shOw on earth and .. not expensive: tn Sooth. .
may fluent speaker and democratic in :Mineral Water | lImo l
with pride:. to these man.ncr. The Orn X- shoaM miw it. for it
Jij.. _figures srl" iroveit and gained ten i.ia wef.Jtt.Un > one brings .
past history. The DeLand him pooc 1 ",.to! Fair at Jacksonville in competition with ninny ollu-r .III'IM\\ <' It I I.
evidence of his growing popu I people give a her return hc:>tD. ..fe* w a.o accompanied -' th* wort ia miniature to your raze. BOW being bottled. and sent out by the tJr.ot\City Mineral $ 'rIiot I'ou011.reny.
I i hearty welcome and a loyal support by the two hac.Ja fn* Laugfs- DeLandite.DeLand put up In attractive style in eawe of 13: half-gallon |H.IIIS| tor (Virltivr \U i .
] larity. The Democratic will come from them In furthering,; i tth of Mr and Mrs Lindstrom. --- mation, addresaORANGE I -
campaign >
every Interest for the growth and. prosperity One of The Record's good a1lb cnboon High School. CITY MINERAL SPRING CO., 1I1\.j

'f It seems that the present crop text-book, in hauling Senator of the John B. Stetson University. who always pays his sabsenpooo joIvance. TN following teachers will have C. A. B LLE.'C. :Mg?. Orange City,

*' of oranges of the State will be Gallinger over the. coals as "a ", is Mr Gas H4 iroin. one ofPlenum's rkarvp of the several grades ot the DeBut -

mil taken outright by the'uyers.. falsifier," says : "The total va)ue The enrollment of students for the very best citizens and a mo t LaD.t School for abe ftJlowlngcb.xJ
tlgeuo planter and fruit grower. HyCua : yew . .
..: This is the for the of our manufactured goods >4old opening day was 816 which is within 16 ..I\ pays in advance. He appreciates ( ,..!* Flat-Mw Viola: t-rhart. -
way orange .. ................ ...
f1 4 grower to dispose of his at home is not less than $0 000.- of the highest record made for tbe first Tbu Iteuord and moot assuredly The Grade SidMi... Laura Law.Grade .. bk
crop Record appreciates: all gentlemen of
week of any former year. A number of Third-Uws> Famswortb.
c I' -sell it at home.. 000,000. The value of these same Mr-Hitgatrouigstauip It would tickle Grads Fnb-1UIe Carrie Ecclea.
implications are In for next week and
Col Prevatt. the Editor. most to deathif Grad. FUth Mus Annie TEE w. BOND co
for' is ( Merrjman. "
: goods export only 4,80&i ?
., the total will continue to increase every KV, his patrons and readers" were the Grade Sixth-Mrs. Compton. ,",
!; Ia the nomination for State 000,000 and the difference between ) week. It will be a big school this year, excellent example of On Hagstroni. Grade Eight-Prof. Bolts. .

( officers! in New: York complete these two amounts (U\( the largest ever bad. The following guests" were met with I The Seventh Grade will be in chargeof : Manufacturers of X:
an open h"nI..1, welcome by Mr Jake Prof. Bot... Mw f Law. Him Erbart -- .'
Tonight, Friday there will be a reception
'harmony was restored in the 200,000,000)) is what the American I. harper| and his eatimatable wife by and Mist) Merryinan.
at Cbandoin Hall for the Da- Box Material Pineapple Crates Peach
party ranks, and it makes abso- people pay. for protection !P' whom they were truly entertained and The Ninth and Tenth-Principal : Orange i
Land people to meet Dr. and Mrs. Hnl fvaxtttd .. I
at Snnttay dinn rt Miss\ .
? lately sure. that the electoral In other words, American goodsare ley. Mella Manu Eiuporia'a. uharuitng schoolteacher raphr Hnlvsy.and Latin.Advanced Endish.Algebra Physical: (:Prof..- : Crates, Orange and Peach Baskets, Straws

Vote that State will sold in --- and Mix* Annie !Mann the ?
off go toPark : Europe at one-quarter I Bolts beginners' Algebra; Mrs Comp Baskets etc.
berry :
handHomo Seville t."oher.II'! S W ;
The farmer of Volnsia county have lou History Miss. Famsworth. Zoology : ,
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and Davis less than .
be T
Republicans they can boaghtLfor!: Bishop of EMrldge Mr Floyd P Felt ofEninoria. 'I and Botany, Tb.'a +**** + t
made two studies -
now, p acticaUy'concede' that by :American consumers: here at fair,; the crops dry this spring season and summer.notwithstanding afternoon. by They those were pleasant joined guests.In the taken up. and the first are half new of year : Orders Filled Promptly and shipped J? i ,AnyJ!J .

State to, the ''democrats hornet Is this to continue will be given to. Zoology and the last .
bothnational f for.
r. The farmer In Florida can get on better Miss Annie Pnrdoiu and brother James, half to Botany. where. 4Addrtisa
and 'state. ever? than the f armec: of any other State. He :Miss Daisy McBrlde and brother --- :
;:, Herbert of B'rberviland' \ Major -
always; has plenty at home for his James D Northfeild of Maryland. Letter to Bond Lumber Co. : t. <* .

; 'Go that'. Jennings has Omaha not yet denied If those a.kercounty desperadoes family and his stock." .- were Urlifht the snnny shining smiles trumps and pleasant all day long.words DeLand. Fla.Delh"N'Y" :. THE E. \V. BOND CO.,. :=
: alleged interview .
,. ; 'in: were sent to the, penitentiary PreBts ef 0....<<. Hrewlng. James L Bailey Pierson'. handsome How We trOt our agent at Lake Helen. FU. **
: whiche said :::: :
some for sober telegraph, and .
'a long term of it ; operator depot
years FU.
18. The
Sept proof' .* .
mighty, mean:things: about',the would redound to the credit of that orange growing in the Indian agent, is back at his post again after a Gladstone fc, Paine were aaents for IaImiiid' '
'oc'ratte"nominee River section l. a success is shown by a I pleasant mouth's 1 sojourn with his _: we mnntn't tell names. We .......... ....... ..... ...... ...' .
"for PresiProbably' the StataOf course the murderers few ratorns) of sales. a..I. Coggin parents and friends at the old Hartwvll. wanted "'em. Paine was painting his

; ; L !he will' J have of Duncan and the deputy netted t300 per acre on ten acres: Judge Georgia home. Jim Bailey la .m splendid big Colonial house. Said it took 10 gallons

>TI:thing" i io 'say,wheu he returnsfcome. sheriff should not escape the D.the L.same.Qmnlden E. on L eight Brady acres netted netted t&OOOon the and with boy. popular hla indomitable and accommodating will power,; We of sent white him for 10 the gallon trim. and said. ; if Pipe fitting: :Tin rooTtng GUI

.", If ".:Uie.. interview is gallows;\aod it i ia with the courts a young twenty-acre grove Win. M. energy and intelligence he ia certainly yon get it all on no pays if yon have. TT1 I ECCLES; tering ;and spouting Pump'
the round
forging to of the
Brown netted $9.000 fifteen topmost any left return it and pay for the ...... a'ncrtanks
; ,,-e.!,, he simply i expressed: bis i to do the, proper ,thing to them. grove and win double on that a this year.acre : ladder of progress. and success Mr Agreed. repaired.. wells mad

_ ,"r''. "- ,.opinion, ,an1'" opinioiii in Such characters, as, participated The Verities netted about,".000 from ; young Albln Hagstrom.telegraph the operator courteous that bustling had Be returned four gallons ,and look to. order.Rep trinir'of all
I th. Four
,," : '. ': there ''.ie.J' T ot 'a' dozen in the riot up- there should be sweaty-acregrove.--- charge of this station in his absence islaxt II. knows agency.now that' or his aft old y..1JCOe paint wa Tin3mith & Plumber. kind9'-' Satisfaction guaranteed.

,''\,',sUpoeraU in ntbe: SUte., of Flori deprived'' i of tbeli'liberty'' and Governor Odell is living up to .a genial of disposition.Ana sober In season character and sail out of ofseason and is adulterated; that's why it took banlc.lndiaha, '-' .
ten gallons to equal six of ours. Shops next door west of Avenue.DON'T
f..' confined the his reputation aa the greatest and here Is too you both may .
_ : [ > penitentiary as Go by the name; there .. but one .
; : : m ntl 1> American Humorist. lie says everlasting. success follow yonr works name, to go byt Devoe lead-and- no.
early as possible., It can hardly and may your draws iu the matrimoniallove \

:}:'; '!"Ii'.01.1M.' be I believed ,that;',, there, is a he wants of resign New York his position, but that asgovernor the fairest lottery in be the twobrsntifal old derk. Mr queen Hag-" Yours truly J' W DzvoIt, *: Co FO OBT" : : : '

; ;, < ;v omce, ;;, county in' FloridsA where such Senator Platt. will not allow him Strom left Monday to take '.a position of New York )VIQ .obiWork.Ii J

;" ,,,',! Milo .-otel.] _.l lawlessness.. : (could possibly occur. to do to. telegraphy at Newberry. G'W Fisher sells our paint. j : 4 4.o

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. New hosiery.writing papers at Brill's.. AHOnew

STORE NEWS New crop Onion Seed, :Bermuda, at


Mrs.' R. P. Moore Is how with Messrs.

PAST WEEK. (1.The A. Drake telephone& Co.line to Lake Helen. will For a Few Days ATMCEl8oY' \\ H '

Local Knit 8l.'. hI
, G. AA DREKA & CO.Our soon be in operation. ,
P.par..-Bii.f Mention or Fiteta ae .

1 Seen br:, our Reporter. the Harry latter Howard part of the went week.over to Daytona | A Great Many .d,.I<.4s"

The Cranford .
Club met with Mr*
Taylor, the Dentist Woodall Wednesday afternoon.

New school stationery at Brill's. Dr. Jones is to put in 20 acres of oats DRY GOODSIn j

Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. this fall on his plantation at Stetson. .
this week is full of interest and ...
topic., Fresh Garden Seeds at O. W. Fisher's. Hon. 3. E. Alexander went to Jacksonville
if to'discourse all the J.I
we ulluertpok upon Fisher has the school books and school the first of the week on busl.nl'all. .
good points, it would be to the exclusion of }J ,
else. "To make supplies. I the of
everything a long story Parents and guardians should see way
short jt'st Mat Ziegler is putting out 50,000 "1
that their children are punctual at
strawberry plants.The school,
In market COLORED LAWNS ,,:
Japan persimmons are ,
Mrs. Heyward Paxton of New ;
t i,i great abundance. Smyrna la visiting the family of Col. PRINTED MUSLINS etc. 4

DRESS GOODS The fall gardens have had plenty Paxton. "

e rain during the past. week. Tax Collector Perkins Smith was
Clly Engineer Cozen of Orange City over from New Smyrna the middle of if. And Some Ladies' and Children's Shoes. 1.

was at DeLand on Monday.Mr. the week. .

and Mrs. Maynard Bond were in Mr. C. E. Blake and family returned PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Phone 17

we have in mind. Never before hnve wo DdLand. from Lake Helen Monday. Saturday. from their summer trip to I

had such a Complete Stock, and never be. Kentucky.The ":Ii' -' r" ..
The young men of the town are to
fore has so much care been taken in the county commissioners and school .
organize a dancing olub for the winter.
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selection of Styles. We have the latest board hold their October sessions here! .1
Mr. E. L. Powe and family returned next week. Republican Sneaking. '

from their New England visit Wednes- Hon. M B. McFarlane, republican
Miss Gnssle Moffat has returned from

day.Mr. Tampa, where she has paused most of candidate for Governor. aid Hon. JohnM. A WELL DRESSED MAN :

Changeable Silks and Mrs. Wright returned Saturday the summer Cheney, republican candidate for

from a week's stay at Coronado Mrs. J. A. Harper of Pierson spent Congress will speak at the court house _

Beach. the pant week at DeLand visiting Mrs.N. tonight, Saturday. They are the oratora ..' rr .

The mother of Mr. Robert Boyd haa S. Llndstrotn. of the republican party of Florida, and ..
The of Dress Goods )
at $1.00 prices
a yard. go out to hear what. they have to say ...
range from 25 cents to $2.00 a yard returned from a summer's visit in Fountain, the gent's furnishing and __ -- a '.: '-. (
p Tennessee.The shoe man, has an attractive ad on this IS FAIR TO ASSUME":
page of The Record. A Journalist to Be Lawyer.Mr. IT :
DeLand High School will open :
Monday, and all the children should be Mrs. Holden and Miss Holden arrived and Mrs. Edward Fitzgeraldcame : that to" be ,9tt
Come Early and Have Your Choice in attendance. the first of the week from a summer over from Daytona the first of the you :

vacation spent North. week They both are students at !Stetson :: .

Superintendent of Schools Fish was Mrs. C. A. Carson returned Wednesday Mr Fitzgerald taking the law well dressed. Most men ;,
In the north end the first of the week on
from a two months' visit at the old, course and Mrs Fitzgerald takes a
... school business. home in Massachusetts.Mrs. course in music. They have rooms in do. Well dressed means ;

., MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Lawyer Spencer was at the county King of Jacksonville was at La-" the Smock house on Wisconsin Ave.Turning .;t' .

seat from Daytona on legal business the Villa this week. She came to DeLand. ... ;. : to wear clothes correct in ";1
first of the week. Out Curs of Brick.
to enter her son at !Stetson.: '
DeLand never had a more promising Mrs \V. A Allen was the hostess at The Bond Sandstone. Brick Co. of =fit style, that fit, that are made '

prospect for a big tourist season than the meeting; of the DeLand Ladies' Lake Helen is turning out many cars of

the coming winter. Card Club Thursday afternoon the prettiest brick ever placed upon the .
Geo A. Dreka & Co. Yrs'2 of good materials, and tailored .
L Prof. Westlake and charming daughter Orange City send five to Stetson market of the South. They are madeIn

Miaa Gertrude were In town from this term, the Misses Fuller Miss Manville the various colors-red, gray, blue, 3I' :\
in such
Lake Helen Tuesday. Miss Martin and Joseph Roberts. buff. pink etc., and they are aa smooth a way as to

That was quite a storm last! Thursday Mr. Ralph Walker will take a medical as glass. The longer this brick Is ex.
posed, to the weather the harder it gate keep their style and fit
night and Friday morning, but not a course at Ann Arbor and left for that --.. ...- :
genuine West India hurricane. place: the first of the week to enter upon
his studies., Miss Tanner's Dancing Class. -1 k: while you wear them. We'!
Misa Adaline Austin left this week !,
of Miss Louise Tanners
The fall opening
for Miami, where she teaches in the The family of Dean Smith returnedthe "
dancing class took place at the have them at Fountain's.
Miami High School this season. latter part of tno week from asummer's

vacation at the former home Putnam Tues hy evening with a good .... ....
The rains the week have brokenup
past .
Arms in the North. attendance Miss Tanner has been very }:
College the summer weather, and from now successful with her summer class. The
Prof. Frost and brother-in-law Mr.
on fall weather can. be expected.. class will be much larger during the
Cody and their families have moved
Miss Masie Emery arrived from Jacksonville into Hamilton Hall they having rentedit l..lIanll winter. It meets Tuesday and NAME HATS

"the latter part of the week, and from Mrs. R. P. Moore. Friday evenings, a public dance following
resumes her work at the the Friday ewmne meeting.
DeLAND, FLORIDA University.
Mrs. Kimbro, who will be in charge --... -
Prof. MacDougal and family arrived ot the millinery department. of Messrs. r WALKOVfcR: AND QUEEN QUALITY

home the first of the week, and are G A. Dreka, & Co. this season, will ar- At 'l'ht'lrInter Home. SHOES
I t:- Opens for Guests December 20 located in one of the McLeod cottages. rive from Baltimore today. Mr. and Mrs. W. L Kepler and son
; arrived Eau
and from Claire
Mr. M. Davis, who has been in New Miss Clara Bishop, the attractive daughter
York, Virginia and New Orleans the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bishop, Wis., the latter part of the week, and

past two months, returned home this returned the latter part of the week are out on the fine Kepler place at Lake '
UmleR the management of JOHN d. HOLLAND, week. from a visit in the morth end. Winnemiasett for the winter. Some of V.M.FODNTAIEdent's

at present manager. of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Mr. Gilbert, State agent for the Oldsmobile Mr. Qeo. P. Colby will deliver ono of the family will in future remain in Copyright 1904 by
Florida the round. For
UOTKL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron- was at DeLand the first of the his fine lectures on Spiritualism Sunday Mr. Kepler year has been one of many EauClaire's Schaffner & Marx dent's Furnishings and Shoes
week repairing some of the machines In evening at the home of Mr. Scott years

dack Mountains.) For rates and other informa use at Deland. Hoclgklns. The public is cordially In- most--prominent- iOlfon --business men. = --..- -

'. tion apply, before November 15, to Mr. Holland, Rev. W. B. Denny, the new minister vited. .
of the Presbyterian church, arrived a Mrs. G. A. Dreka left last week! to

Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date. MR. few days ago and will preach at that pay'a visit to friends in Illinois. She Ex-Mayor O. F. Fish leaves today on i"ff '-'-''-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-''-'-''-'-'-'-'-.-&. 3.!.,

HOLLAND can be addressed at church Sunday. will return home via Washington a vacation. He first stops at Lookout << >M '

i Don't forget the Apron Sale by the where she visits Mr. Drekn's sister Mrs. Mountain for a few days from therehe \l'> ,;

Ladies' Improvement' Society of the Kllkoff. goes to Cleveland, Ohio, where he WSchool ff Books
THE COLLEGE ARMS Public School at the White Front this, Dr, G. A. Davis left a fine 10-pound joins Mrs. Fish. After remaining there

Friday afternoon. baby boy last Saturday morning to a week he and Mra Fish will go to WW/ .

DeLand, Florida Misa Josephene Lindley left the latter bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Chicago for a short stay, and from ( ANUAT \Ii ;::

i part of the week for West Palm Beach Paxton. The mother and little man there to St. Louis to visit the World's m \li""'

where she spends the winter with her are doing well. Fair. He will be .gone about a month. '!
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sister Mrs. DaCamara. Mrs. B. E. Prevatt and her sister Mrs\ .f. School Supplies jjju' ,

Dozier of Orange City left Wednesday Work for the Comity. 1
Mr. Lee Osteen has rented the Dore (W \Ii "
house on North Boulevard, and will for Atlanta.. Mrs. Prevatt will returnin At the plea term of the criminal

METHODIST CIIURCII, SOUTH. 'I Services at the First M.! E. Church. move in this week. His children attend about a week. Mrs. Dozier will remain court last Monday morning Henry I m ffim
I at Atlanta probably some time. ';
to breaking f l1
Stetson and the public school at this Armstrong plead guilty
Near corner: Rich Avenue and Boulevard I I At the First M E. church on next place. Mr. Pat Higgins the orange grower and entering, and Judge Stewart sent ,

-Pastors' Study, OinrcH. Sunday m. Subject the Pastor"The will Answer preach to at Life 11 a. Mrs. Alfred and Miss Alfred came in from old Volnsla Landing was at the him to the State penitentiary for a I ryi Iff f Q. W. FISHER'S liy

usual Preaching hour morning Sunday.and Prayer evening meet-nt Problems," and at 7.80: p. m. !Subject: from Inglia the first of the week, the county seat the first of the week on period of five yeara. Wm. Applewhiteand MJ

every Traditional-BeltefiandReal Faith"Sun her studies Stet business Mr. Higgins ships a fine crop George Collier, also colored, plead ltl .
daughter resuming at rrrrrrrrrr..rrrr rvr ;
,ingWedneedayeveninge7g0: school. Prof Q P. Carson y\ . .:. .. .. .. .:. .:.::.:. ..:,..:
Sunday school 10 a. m. day son. They spent the summer in Con. of urges( this season. They will all guilty to carrying concealed weapons, - - - - -
Junior and Senior Epworth League at 10 a. m Epworth Leagueat necticut.Mr. grade fancy bright and both were Bent to chain-gang for r
6:43 p. m. All are cordially invitedto
at it and 6:30:! p. m, respectively. Dreka & Co. tell in their advertisement "
attend taeee services. you six months. Charles Shaffer a vagrant -- ------ --
Yon are invited to attend all these C. F. Lukens, who has .a winter work the road for BO
Jacksonville this week of the stylish and was put on
services. J. E. MICKLEB. Pastor The District Conference home at Orange City was at DeLandthe 'J
and Epworth League Convention of the fashionable dress goods and changeable days
----- a- first of the week. He and
St. John's River Conference will con- family silks they are displaying( Never before ----.5 NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY r
To New Students of 1'nbllo School.I vene in the First M. E. church, at De- last arrived from. the Pennsylvania home halt this house carred a larger or finer The DeLnnil, }'\8horlllen.The .
Land, Oct. 10-13.
would like to meet all new pupils stock than they are now opening up. DeLand fishermen returned from Mapes' Famous

who enter the pablia: school this year, Judge Gaulden and Miss Irwin Willitowski and her Coronado last Saturday, and reported
in my room at the school building Sat. To 1'nbllo School Patrons. returned the first of the week from their Miss Lydia great luck, hauling in big baas from the AND VINE
from New FRUIT
Edward arrived
brother 1
urday morning for the purpose of aa The DeLand Public School will open summer vacation' pent in New York surf. Si' Wright brjnght home ITS ,
signing them to their proper grades. for the ensuing term Monday. Oct. 3, at State. Miss Irwina continues her York the first of the week. Miss LYdia .
distributed them around
\ GEO. W. HULVEY Prin. 8:IS a. m It Is very essential that all studies at Stetson. I I ii one of the finest teachers in our pub- pounds, For Next Year's Crop of Fruit. '
pupils be in attendance at the openingso of the among his friends He caught a Devilfish
= llo schools. She Is principal
--- Mr. B F. who bar
with we hope you will have your children Chapman, apent City school which Mon that weighed 75 pounds and It will put the Orange Tree in splendid condition to go
Orange opens
Insure us.Now enrolled Monday morning. Do not buy the summer at her former home at
measured five feet from tip to tip. Sep-
through the winter and to put on an immense bloom another
any books or other supplies for them Logan. Ohio returns next week. A day.We
Is the time. the surf
tember and October
are great the fine and condition of
until they have learned definitely what niece who accompanies her home, will are'in receipt cards announcingthe year. Inspect appearance splendid I
Spot cash for losses. they will need. attend the Stetson University. marriage of Mr. Clyde Messinger fishing months on the beach You can trees, and tile full crops, where MAPES' has been used.
We want you to feel perfectly free to at Los be kept busy the live long day hauling
and Miss Ella Wright,
U should be protected. visit the school at any time and to con Judge Stewart returned Sunday from May in immense bass. IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS, :
cult us regarding the work of your Jacksonville, to which place he accompanied Angeles Cal., on September 21st. Clyde -- .

D you insured'Every children. With yonr co-operation, we his daughter MIllS Mary on her formerly lived at Daytona and DeLand Bond Entertains. For Prices, eta, see or write
reliable. hope to males the coming year one of and worked at the newspaper business J
company Buccaesofnl in the of way to Ann Arbor to resume her studies
the most history
his The DeLand Ladies' Summer Card E. L. POWE
1 the DeLand schools. at the University of Michigan. fora while at>this place. To him and Agent,
entertained last
bride The Record extends congratulations Club was delightfully
does ?
.\, When your,policy expire GEORGE W. HULVEY, Mr. and Mrs' G. D. Jackson and Miss Friday afternoon by Mrs. F. E. Bond, DeLand Florida. .'
|Is your policy la force? .----. Principal.Mr. Marion Jackson arrived home the first Mra C. P. Swift of the Olive Branch the gracious hostess furnishing the ---- :

Telephone number sixteen. Rowa'n leg was amputated, a of the week from a summer vacation returned the first of the week from teams for her gnesta. There were five

few Inches above ankle, at St. Luke's spent in the Blue Grass State. Miss Alabama where she spent June July handsome prizes awarded to Mra. Campbell "
H'N INSURANCE AGENCY. hospital last Saturday The surgeonsin Marlon resumes her studies at Stetson.Mr. .
her Airs, Reeve. Mra. Sep Haynes, Mrs.
charge reported It could not be saved, and August at Gadsden with #
-"I: and amputation became necessary. The George Sanla and his daughters daughter Mr Davis The past month Bushnell and Mrs. B. M. Miller. A
|U will find us at latest from Jacksonville reports Mr. Mesdamea j Davis and Carlile went toO Mrs. Swift has been enjoying delightful business meeting was held after the '

.. Stetson and DeLand. Rowe ae getting on well since the teen this week, where they reside at visits at the old home at Upper Peach game, and it was voted to continue the W. A. ALLEN 3fc CO .

amputation. the old home' place Mr. Scale haa a tree Mobile and other places lu Ala" meetings through the winter doing 3
floe of to market this bama. away with the refreshment feature.
crop oranges
Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .! t
............ ................................... season. Judge Isaac A. Stewart of DeLand '

Miss' Mary Stewart. the charming and was at the Montezuma Wedneaday. lire. T. J. Dunbar is visiting her ,
I s daughter In Lake county.Mr. ::1'
Fudger's Bread 5 5Tli's accomplished daughter of Judge Stewart Mr. Stewart is an able and courageous ;
S. A. Wood arrived Thursdayfrom
of DeLand, passed through the city Jurist and a shrewd and aggressive. politician. a:anmmer'a stay in Kentucky.Mrs. Stationery, '(?

n = ... this morning en route to Ann Arbor He was appointed judge of the Huyler's Candies I
. w ......Ir we desire to call the attention of the public to the m 1 \ Reinhardt returned Thursday
in Vblusin thirteen
University Michigan where she is s court of record of county
f :: rise. In price, of bread, staffs, and remind yon that we have not .$ student-.Jacksonville Metropolis.Mr. years ago and baa held the position from boro, summer's Ky. home visit to her Owens Kodak'Supplies, .' "T,
decreased the size or weight of oar loavqn) ,'as have most of jIn Florida Souvenirs, '*,
:= Ellis Blake was a Lake Helen ever since. At the recent primaryhe
.. 1 ending bakers of the country. No Rise In Prices. .M E. H. Rayner-D. D., Massachusetts Toilet Requisites .
'. visitor to DeLand Monday. Ha and was indorsed by a large majority of will preach at the Christian church on
= S family returned the past week from the democratic voters of Volnaia county. Sunday, Oct. 9, at llam and '7 p m. Watches, Dr. NIellette's Remedies
Ocala. Star.Boarding All invited.SPECIAL '""
are cordially '
t I FUDQER'S BREAD i Illinois, where the. family spent the Clocks ..'
House of 93 all well : h
rooms ,
summer. Mr. B..will ship about 9,000 Jewelry, !"
boxes of from his Lake Helen' famished, full electric light equipment, NOTICEThe
I* cb.apt delivered at your homes than you can make your oranges! :Silverware, bt
sanitary closet, bath, hot and cold
a own broad, considering (the advsnos of floor over one dollar I II grove this season. next visit of Cut Glass '
I l \ pep dWrrol within the past six weeks, and you escape the heat w*. Mr. W. C. Watts and a part of the water; house nearly new and centrally ., "" i

nd worry of baking Jays. Phone) ns a trial order, and wesure :* family and Mrs. Htlth, Mrs Watts' located in DeLand. It la for sale or DR. E. T. ALLEN Of TAMPA. Optical Goods, '
reut. A good chance. Apply to E. H. X : Fountain Pens Etc.
ua you will become a permanent customer ** mother, arrived home. from Elisabeth- TUB: ,
i i r* r $ town, Ky., Monday. Mrs. Watts will Hayward. He ha other furnished
houses Hated, of 13 with Eye Ear, Host and Throat Surgeon, '
one rooms, TO"
\"- not return until Miss Ethel who la re NEXT OST ':OFmGE.
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modern appointments, for rent. Other will I Il .
DeLand. be
ElmQ.Bakery 1 to .
St.. .. .
'Phon 6S covering from an attack of typhoid for rent, also for sale at attractive ... ,- -- .

l tt..t..tt.1t..t.tt t..t.f foyer'.,' la able to make the trip. price. l Saturday, October: 8.. J .".

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NAPOLEON'S STERN LOGIC.A Notice of Final Discharge. Notice of Final Discharge ATLANTIC COAST LINEThe
TA'INJE Notion) lioreby glvcm .Ibnt six monthsaruxMliile. Notice hereby given that six month
'f''f'Tun's Pills tbgsrnct.'rI.uHeIncIiI.nt: In the towli t on .thti Wh day .Kolminry, afterdate, towlti On theUrst clay 6( December .
Career. of the Mail of Duiitliir.A ID'S I will npplv to lluit. ,1 J leu MoCrory, A 1) 1IK\)>4.1 will present my tiDal
caliiHh. iJnnMi by lOst horsi's and I County .''"''ICO .r Voliislu, Comity' Florida, mmoiint. nn fdmlnlslralor of the estate ot -

bearing nil thu ImllcHtlmm of having LOD D the niv entitle tlniil of dlsolmrgo Martha J.no Santa Administrator doresaid.J. 01 Judge William of A.Volusia Cone, oounty deceased Florida to tbe and County ask Great Through Car Line From Florida

t: stimulate the TORPID LIVER made u long juurnoy penetrated to the J. RAN'TA, for a Html xllBclmrua' as scab administrator ,
strengthen the digestive organs, very front of the French Ihll'.. It was Administratorfur Dated this. the 27th day of May, 1t4FILTER 5
regulate the bowels. and are unequaled >
((1. 1004Executrix) CONNECTIONS
as anANTIBILIOUS the nlKht; before the famous battle of August CONE, : 1

[' ,: MEDICINE Jonn. The cnliisu contained! I.e Com- Some Columbus four years Ohio ago, May I was 19 suffering 1903. Notice. Administrate To East t )1 THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE, via Charleston Rich

tesse tie Cltui-Cygiio( II hell uUrul young from impure blood and a general run the mond and Washington.
In malarial districts: their virtues' sro woman, \vlio had liven nn Inveterate down condition of the syitem. I bad no Nnliu) la hereby K'VI' n I hut the under Notice of Final Discharge.

widely recognised as they possenj enemy of Xtiixiloun.' nnil hoC elderly relative appetite was losing flesh, and had an all. .iliriii'il, IIIIH quallHcd, no the Executrix nftheKKlntoof Notice Is hereby given that six monthsafter S
I peculiar properties In freeing tho I.e Mai. 'Ii k that Elegantly .,
sugar ayfriJm coated.Take poison. They bud cuuiu to tog mercy of the ble. I began the use of S. S. S., and .,ri'xunt, Ifirn'ofB.their claims liclra within" distributees I two vpurs from will oembor, A D 11X14, I will present my final The } The Mobile & Ohio R. K. Montgomery.
after taking seven or eight bottles skin loommt ndmlnlstiator of the estate or
ileuouiuwd n. a my
man t"'I'Y.blld" IIlwlI'II 1 bla dnto, ol tho mine' will ho forever
r.. .I No Substitute.Tfc was cleared of all eruptions and took one Siinan DePrnttn. deceased, to the County
_. usurper for the cousins of the conntesiand ruddy, healthy glow that assured me that nniud rUitAH K McOttArH.This Judge of Voluslu county Florida and ask Via Savannah and Ocean SteainshkuCompnny for New
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who had T
r Mleliu Iit'iOii erviint for u tllllllcU.uhor"e a such administrator o
blood had been restored to its East and
my nor July I I. 1'iot.' I Executrix York Philadelphia Do tuu.
\: Habit of oUnlmlalnsr Dlflletkltl be -u uiijiislly; convicted! 1 of currying off condition. .. Uattd thU the 27th day .>t May 1WI4PKTEB \ ) }
mat, healthy My appetite wai --- -- -- ---- C ONE The Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore
You will find that the habit of mini und Imprisoning u .oemitor of rninue. restored, as I could eat anything put before Notice. Administrator. Via Savannah and Merchants & Minors Transportation

t' mixing; annoyances or dltllcultlos ol At liiHt. In si'lie of the opposition of me, and as I regained my appetite Via. Steamship. Company for Baltimore and PhiHdel! ]>)iia. 5

making the best of everything that all the Kiiimlii. the Tilling woiiiaii penetrnted increased. in weight, and that tired' feel. ": (;|(11'0''IN liPieby /ulM>n I Unit, th" mnlorslinid -- -. -
comes to you. of magnifying the plena- to the cmpi-ior's* tent. lie ill- Ing" which worried me so much disappeared oxccMitoi', of t lie III.t"l II I nnd teHtumcntnf To KEY WEST -
ant and the agreeable and reducing to lowed her to etiu-r. lie was Hitting before and I was once again my old self. Inlln A. MKino. .iloe.pni I will nn Mmiilnv.teniliur and VU PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL t
Ms rudlngote I heartily recommend S. S. S. as the "' 211 A l n. 11H)4) |>rt m>nt to th- HODGKIN'SWagon f STEAMSHIP CO. .
the least roUf.li tiiblp HAVANA.Interchangeable.
possible Importanco evory.L II ;: .. )
best blood purifier and tonic made and fl.tti.I,. Leo Me<'ri>iv iVnintv .T'idire of
thing that Is disagreeable or unpleasant thrown olT mil. hU (Lin-en" tinlfoim and strongly advise its use to all those in needof V IMH| finally, Florid .. his until iK'cnuninnil '
will help you wonderfully not only white trousers liiinsIiiK: : his pale. such medicine VICTOR STVBBINS vniinhrrans wh' pxcuntor antI, ask M mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of the piinclpal railway
In your work. but also ln"your attainment thoughtful fan1 Into .I"OIlIt; ,, relief. Cor. Barthman Washington Aves. I h<. dint, hurl("" Shop, of the Southern States are on sale by the principal Hgents. ,
of happiness. It transforms thedisagreeable "Do nut four to Hpiuk to we before I. V. WNTEIIMAN, If or complete Information call on E. L. Powe, Ticket agent or address :
.r.. Wheeling. W. V., May 28, 1903.! ocutT ol Ib" Iti-t will and lest inunt OiInHn : "'fhrouIJll'ulllDftn Sleeper, Port Tampa to Now TforC, via Atlan:lu Lust' Const: Line. '
Into the agreeable takes the "'lIttlhu gently."I My system was run down and A. Hone. LAND FLA.Ever.thlnJ also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Uiillwny". r
joints ,
the drudgery out of distasteful tasks. um the! Countess! of fin ]-Cygne my '
eases tbe Jolts of life wonderfully anti she iinsvrvml. with pi'KlL ached and pained considerably. I had Notice Application to Sell 1.lln.l.Tn FRANK C. BOYL8TON Commercial Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling Pass Aften ;
used S. S. S. before and knew what It ( in Wagons, Buggies, Carts 1M Wast Bay Street, Astor Uulldlnp/ Jackson vilio, Floiidn.H. .
It Is.worth Infinitely more than money. "Kb lilpn! he cxululuiud wltb a was so I purchased a bottle of it and have [ It Whom It M iv Ton' ,orn I INi etc' I1II>inimnfHctnred.\ repaired In my M. EMERSON Traffic Manager, W.J. CUA1U, General t'S
You will find yourself growing to bo truce of untcer. taken several, bottles and the aches and >tU*(* l Is 'lu'ru'>\' Ivt'll, that on M -winy Hhop in the very best workmanship] I'nsaengoi .igent
a larger'comploter: man. Tbe sunny, She threw lici-xolf upon her knees pain. are gone my blood has been cleas. (",'I..r. 17, \II) 4, the. IIIUIQrRlltnl'lllIordlolll, known. Only nt.I".. men employed Wilmington North Carolina. S
buoyant, cheerful soul manages with. and presented her luMuorlnl. Ho extended sd and my general health built up. I can of I'M. n a K.: I., It. Viola LolI.l\larv Lutt nnd and firxt-claRS work turned out I haviBtely
.. the testify to It as a blood purifier and tonic. FiutekiltiJfl/ "i es I out losing his equilibrium to glide over his hii.nl nnil .iHt'd HUP < to my plant a
difficulties and annoyances which throw pliant. Then I lio Khinuod rupltlly nt tbe 533 Market St. JOHN C. STHIN.S S.l/M')I ltt:::Mo\ (d'-ceim p.;v. ronnty d I; will' ni.1 ludiro>;;:ly to of the Volnwiacom'tv lion, :,1, Florida East Coast Ry.1 1

: others off their balance and mako them paper. Are they Innocent..!?" he nsUcd. If you have any ) ;' Florlila. nt his, ollli'o/ nt Do l.a"lln
miserable and disagreeable.. By tbo -1vei'y one of tbeui" chic replied eagerly. symptoms of disordered said mil Ml)', for inilli.ii, 'liy to soil at private !
bloodwrite IHP| I thv lnii-ei. ol saul tn'nora In and to LOCALTIMECARDNo.56. In Effect
of be extracts from June 4,1904.
alchemy .
; serenity us and the following' "iilure' or p-irw1- ol land Ivnir .
the annoying rocks In his path the precious "l'''o." he wild slon-ly. "Your servants our anti. hO'1l11' the O"tin y of Volusiu nnd I
; metal which enables him to do \ a dangerous uiau. Puihaps be Ulil S S S physician advise free.will State of"FI'irldH surlhed u* f .flows t- I3UTHBOUND-RIAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-HEAD UP.

: something worth while.-Orison Swett tbe Job without nuking your advice." you wit The north iitni| 'to' of thn smithwpst
No.89 I No.88Dully. I No.78Dally.
Our book on .,linirturof the noitlieiiKt quarter 0",1(I tilt' 0.291 sTaTioNs
:Harden In fclm suld.' "If bud .
Success. "Oh, Hire! you a 11&11) 1a.tj&
lortlineHt' ol the northeast
iinnrto' < imrl rnfsratlnn
blood and skin | _I ..
devoted friend would abandon : i I:;: : ..
you thirty two township anentwn I : i{ ..tr slT
.... '
(:' Women of Maaolv. bun?" diseases sent free. southisnice ,thirty ci .t, containing fifty ..;;:f ut I I 48:I...;::::::::::::.'.::.':.'...:So Jaoksonvllla :::::::.:::::::::::::.Lv B lIla It p
t, ID the time of Louis XV, there was '!You are a woman." Till Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, Ga. seres mine or Iras. ,, .'{i'"f".1 '''- :" T is It fO DO.., ,............................se.. A nlfuotln.. .. ......................... t 40 aDO I. 00 p

,\ an actress engaged'at : the Theatre "And you a man of Iron" she said ANNIE;!/ I 1. I.OTT. fluiti Ulan. \ 01 i I J 45 ::::':::::::::::::::::::::::: Hasting. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: aMa 04 t p p
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''S S Francois-Mile. Ganthler-who could with a passionate hardness. that .- rq It '. 10
$ 10
ti a 15P
break a coin between tbe fingers of one pleased him. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under I to i It lOu tea 8 lOpS
.,...If. Suction, 8 of Lawsof "if
; band and roll a silver plate into tbe "That man baa been condemned by Kiiotrlna Chapter 4HW8 i"'
.. .
S '1'ho I'lironlcU's of crime In the Florida so i I ao \ .. no aa
f form of.a cup of conical shape. No' tbe law of his country" the emperor news / 00 .. Baa 30 pr
S; I m PITH do not show that the world isgrowing :s..1I.0. is.beit.ov ulven that A. iloltiiy, ,-
one could: bear the pressure of her added. ( 3P ,
but thnt it is just piirclnim-r, of tax certificate No. 614 ,tIntedthe aa i 18 BOa
'S hand and only Maurice de Snxe one "But he la Innocent. :; wniHC !lad dnvol.. June, \IU02.! ) bus tiled. said """ .... '. I 05 aa 40. t3 p a

of the strongest men of his time was "What a child you are!'" be cried Im bunting. how bail It l is.-Pblludclpliialii'inlror. lortitlriitu' in mv olllou, and bus made niipllintlon \ -- I ai tH ::::::::;::::::::::::::::>:::::'g : :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::: : :1 : I Il : ,
I'' able to open ber closed baud.la patiently. Then, taking her band be li>r tax deed to issue In accordance F OS p 17 a.g Ba a tip
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',r' tbe there lived In led ber out of tbe tent. The whole With law. Said:\ itltiuHWs embrace theo 810 U 48. Up
same century
I. England a woman. Miss Bottle Thompson camp wag In light. "VoidI" he ex A nu-lnl( roof Is stud to bo positive 'VoliiRlH|"|''w..'count' s'rlbed" lorids... pioprrtv, lowittNJ4 Hitinuted in 3 r. 17 Ci g :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : : f 11 II : !
l ir.'iilnst the It ), COLD TIRE SETTER
Jlrulc1I1'1I> ( [ building' cover .
as 00 in 13
>> who' -could brook chains S with ber claimed. "There are 800,000 men. To- >* I lii" '!iii.! niiiiilc liy lightning. of nwj.(, sec t'. tpnliship; 'D., rnnge 10 I? 30 iii a at p p &.
t r band. morrow 80,000 of them will have died in.'> Minutes' Can Ret Tires without taking t1 f to Paiatka..a. 27.. lOp
Miss Kerra a young mulatto woman, for their country. They are Innocenttoo. 'Ihuunld land being ,Hcssed nt the date S wheels from your vehicle. We take ont nc 18 18 811 18 Ya (H fif a a iii DOn.
For fha Putnre.
t.; who appeared In most of the capitals In Perhaps my best friend will be Playing o ibtt 'sstmnte nt Rtich 'Prtltloatr In the bolts rnb no paint or barn your felloes 108 al M. ..s 011.
Europe. was, we believe, the first to4S among tbe dead Shall I accuse the Mother.-.lolinuy Jones did yon get nimu of C L. I ulilimiiii.. .Unless with a hot tire. Come and see it work lee a on.. 505I .
that awful cold while out playing! aid coruscate Bhnll I'O' '.ed..d nvooidlnir 111 5 tO Bap 15 a
; perform the feat, while hanging with providence of God? No. I shall keep 0 law tax lined, ulll Issue tbcreM and you will never have your Tires set ass lip .
the bend of her kuoes In a trapeze of silence. Inow this mademoiselle thai Son-No' mother. I think I cuugbt It 9 'n I'Blh dAY m Octobur' A. L> 111(11.WItIl..80 hot Blaia. ads IIf7 I. a .Port. lip .f... .
': holding a man at his belt with her It l la as necessary to die for the laws of washing my face yesterday morning.CASTORIA. my olHulal signature and seal Thanking you for your patronage in IIU. I tip ,
t lie 24tb of .\ J 1) 1U04\ the ana continuance in .
;;) teeth and turning, him rapidly round on"'. country as for her glory. Go. Return day September past/ hoping a 817 I ii 31 p oaaS ,
.. !SVM'LD .IOKOAV, the future, I remain f7 7 10 ISp 44a
T with her hands. r you."to France. My orders shall follow r'IAI'IL Tin'lilt (Court Volusln oounty. Fin.ly Yours to serve, 4 4 lIt It 8 7 fap It J 3Sp 10 p 50.n.

see 8 tOp 40.
a._....... .National Dcbta. She bent tbe knee again! and kissed BOlt 04 Cl p CSS. 1
too :
j. Spain, at one time by far tbe most tbe hand of the usurper. Her cousins' i33P .
&.:' powerful of European nations, was the lives were saved. Poor Mlchu, equally For Infants and Children. -- : : U .. ;: ::::::::: :::::::: : ::: : :::::::::::::::::::: :: : g&& : OOe

earliest to contract national died for laws of bis
a Innocent the The
power I country Kind You Have Always Bought =
I ---
debt which In 1550 only amounted to I according! to tbe stern decree of the DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works SANFORD BRANCH.I5TH ORANGE CITY BHAKCH.

the modest. sum of 1000000. By 1010 man of iron. Bears the _

It had /grown to 40,000,000 under Philip Signature J. T. OAIRN.V3; Hropr.' and Manager. Dally I I 8T.T.ONS.Tltunvllle. I_1 No.12i.L! ltdliy 5o. 3TNo.I I Vuitly 1 I _8TATIOS _Itally tcd. i1NT totli' ?

: III.. after whose death the whole of I 111..'. Debt to HI. Tailor a iv--------- .........Arl 11 BOp I Dip 10 IOA1f.v..N. 8mvrna.\r 1 lip 7ap
it was repudiated. {' Properly to estimate the debt of -- -- I DRESSED IOB a\L........... Osteen..........Ar 11 Sit, S 441t IUlall.v. Laka helen .Ar 3 lip GlOp
France In 1043 began to Incur ber Notice of Peed' 5 MaMa Lv..Enterprise.tr 11Lv OOa) 3 Dip 11 lIla' Lv.Or..nla CIt.Ar lOOp G C' ,
I gratitude tbe world owe. to tailoring Application for Tax LUMBER C Ar........ .. Sanford .......... | 10 BOa 4 lIp 11 SittiIAr.! .Or. (.ity; Jo..Lv 11 OlpIt -
ii, debt. chiefly through the wars of Louis due consideration must. be given not'' Under Section 8 of Chapter 4-W, VXD ROUGH
XIV. and the lavish expenditure In only to the Increa gracefulness. and Laws of Florida. 0.25 No.2 No.21' No.10 No.11 -NWTho2iNk2t4: .. :U! 'tThT2Sataad .

..I building Versailles. In tbe later :years attractiveness good clothes _give to NoiloeIs. hereby given th.t A. tie Jlnypurchna Ceiling, 1 Flooring! : Stdttipr, Turning, !Scroll:: Sawing, Moulding, Window an Sunday Dally. .cepl Daily Daily Daily MAYPORT. Daily Daily Dally DaIly Sun'i Suctuit 1y
I of Louis XVI. this amounted to :408-- i men in general, but to the wonderful'' .r of Tax Certltluntti, No. \OTJ:; ilmcil, Door Frames, Newel Posts Ualusters. Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. ..0..1 Z_ Sunday_ BRANCH _Ino.pt nnl" .
the lltu duty of.Tune. A. I U. 18Th). nun' II lid Hhcddlnir for Groves and Pinerlee..D'tJruttes and lime Material
000000. only t to be repudiated on the i work tbe tailor does In so clothing s..11 I cerilUcute In otllce. d tins a specialty 8 ao j a .5 P tOOp 0 80 a J'okaonv'Ar 7 on II 8 to R 1 0' p Ii p 8 ftp
in uiniluapplluntlon iBOr
f establishment of the republic when I my Contracts. taken for the erection vt any \kind nl a building V ea p 5 03 I' J03p B8lOdfta a Sn.oiBonvllle 8 62 a 8 OQ a 18 D3 I' J 13 p 0 13 p
misshapen men as to make them less for tax deed to 1 I..s I In accord
ao p ? If I' 30 p tiOp .Pablo Beach.. 8 20 H S 01) a 13 20 p to p I 41 p
y. some i creditors received 83 per cent conspicuously disagreeable In appearance ance with law bafcl certificate. embr ces DELANO FLORIDA. 10 3a p 7 n P i 3S pit' p ID It aHBOa Atiantlalieach 8 10 a 7 an" 12 15.I. I 31 I' a 33 p
/ and others nothing. than they otherwise would be. tbe following described property situated' 80 pUp 10 p 3Mp Ar. Mayport Lv S UO a T 4"a 12 0) II a 10 p 8 CO p

I f Tblnk of what tailors do for the l lopsided In Volusia county, Florida towlt: ____ ___._.___ __ _n _ _. __ --- -
...._Amcrlesvn Envllah. EX ot..J.. (. snonon' 81, township IHMiuth, PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
whom they pad and build to
up range fO east,HO acres.The .
:.. There Is one European country" ,: apparent evenness, and for the giraffe- said land !being/ asseisxl at tlieilnteof BOND LUMBER\ COMPANY.Will CLOS8 CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. ft 0. 8. S. COMPANY FOR
S where "the United States vernacular like necked the swaybacked tbe bowlegged tbe Issuance r.1! such certllli-Hte In the .
'i( or something very like It, Is widely tbe knock kneed tbe scraggy name ot l I'. Cook. ITnless SJ'cl' HAVANA AND KEY WESTThese

spoke Hosts of Norwegian young and the big bellied to whom their.art rtlflc'iiti ball t.e redeemed aoconllnir t" you prices and supply you from their yards uuur the depot .at DeLeS
law. tax deed will 18111ethprll101I' tin
: women have been In domestic service supplies either some degree of attractiveness Our of October, A. 1 1). 1H04Wllre on with the bent cypress and yellow pine!' Time Tables show the Um..e whloh trslna may be exported tn arrive and depart

;. in America and a good mn" Norwegian orwhose lack. of. pulchritude ..s my o'Hclnl' tlgnaliire null, seal {.uiitinr Flaariiia Gailia Mouldings' TtiraingiSHINGLCS SOT from does the the several Company stations hold bat Itself their responsible arrival. or departure for any delay at the or times any consequence stnte'l Is not arising'irunrantend therefrom.
) young .men have sought fortune It minimises. 5- this the SOtli liny of Septembei" I). JU.! j *

'. there with the result that transatlan- Tailors, In short'ore" responsible to a SAM'L I). JURDVN, t i S
f. tically accented English Is not at all great degree for tbe social and moral Clerk Circuit Court Volunta C. duty Fin. LATH ETC.All For Copy of tha LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

an uncommon accomplishment In Nor' tmiulw., nutldlnit and Fire I3ilisle ro-npUy delivered anywhere"" In'thChoice "
>,. conditions of civilized mankind, sod, Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under : "SEE THE TICKET AGEN': .
: way. I remember one carriole driver]I by tbe excellence of tbelr work or the Section 8. Chapter 48B8 Lawsof ._ __ -:0.: ._ .. !'. : n. .. ,___ _
'Jf In particular who habitually rounded lack of it, contribute much to 'thewoild's Florida. ; T. D. RAITNER, Asat. Gen. Pass. Agont., ST. AUaUGTIIIE, FLA.
,? off his remarks wltb You bet."-Lon- -- ,
add its
happiness or greatly to
Notice U thAt F. N
II hereby given Wu'drxn
,.. don Chronicle. ..! .spiritual -depression ''and mental derangement. putulinser of tax cert Home No.7W., ..-American_. Tailor and Cut- the: :2cl! day of June A.I 1 .';' s _._..ecI .b. ...... ter. In my oullue and tins in'iile npplf.uatlon -1'0- DETROIT; ft
Ii Whether an epithet Is llbelons or fUr lax deed to Issue In aooordiincRl'h
law Said eprtlUonte embrucea, I ho fn|.
DOt Is determined by the law alone. An.I.r> Ar* All Hcm.t 111.... lowing dvorllx-d" 1 ,prnperly altun'ed In Volnula ,- MO I iBCtoJcLtmAa> I
\: There Is a pleasant story of an English county' Florida. toltt _
To be an angler is to be rated as an
gentleman rushing Into his friend' honest man according to a Market Lots. BIlL II M allIO, Holl1 Hill I 0w i4 tR/c.4cocz* I 7pn i

: chambers In Lincoln's Inn and exclaiming The said land, ,. -VIA- S
street dealer in sporting goods. Said being anseswul at tb thit
: "Quick 1 Quick! That scoundrel be: "I trust anglers In money mattersmore of the issuance ot sui.b certlllnnte In ho I I I
;Jones Is In Chancery lane, and I want name of II. B Corwln. Unless said I
than any other class. of sports At1antic Coast LineMontgomery i j.
a list of all the abusive names I can rtlfluate shall he mleemoil aor-nrilliig tnlaw *
men.' That. man who Just went out tax deed. will Issue thereon on the.31st. I Z15HIGWM I
call him without risk of st /
was kicking about a bill for fishing tackle II v of(October 11104
''' that bo claimed to have paid. I witness. mv i itlulal slxnnture and seal and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga
this the 80 b clrty ol September, 1DU4
S'\ -.You Icorohed.i Ilcedu't.e.11I any. more. bad no record of the payment, but HAM'L P. JOKDtN.' Round Trip Kates from.DeLand: I I f- I f

f I'm going to try another I laundry.LaundryuionWhy from long 'experience) I have never Clerk\ Circuit Court Voluslu cminly Klorul.i $38.35On I &/ I I
:, found a man cheat me.on flsblng goods,, $46.00 ;H XMSJ&( .
:. ;avbiifs the mutter and I removed the charge at once. I Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un I'f"i. I I
_'" ? Weren't your shirts and collar will send rod.. and tackle anywhere on der Section 8 of Chapter 48H8 Laws sale dally Good to Dec 25; On Hale daily. Good CO days lf.4RRIMAN
well done! Crabbe-Yes. too well done.I Florida.
approval nnd I Invariably get my money I shY r.'
I don't like H $2315 ?
them so browiu-Fhlladel- or have the goods back. It Is not Notice la hereby (iivun tu.it 3Iiry:. Howell cQn1Qr:: S Gil
/ '\ phla Press. >utch>iserorTn> Oeiliflcate No. SII. dated .
the same with other classes of sportsmen. the, lltu day of June, A. I U IMitf\ bus file,! : S (in sale Sept 6, 13, 20. 27. Good
., What H. r_.... -They lire more like the average said nertlnoate I In mv nlHce aid) }lint maia l lappllo On Kale dally. Good 13 days JO days. and in Coaches only JIDD3Z,

.. .:;, Wife-Why. John, what do > mean man and I, am wary oC giving too .'Uon for tax deed. to 1st ie In norm d- For reservation I
''I yen. much iredlt: >II have no end of bad,Ion e with law Said .i'fr'IHcut! cmhrrcps. Information apply to agents A. O. L., or write 44AIt4it
1Mt-;. by burning our old love letters? Husband accounts for rllowlnK cloFcrllied l |iroirty. | Hllinitcd FRANK' C. BOYL3TON.Com.. Apt W. D. STARKE Tra P 1IIa...4\/tt/ h'C 2I'C ..
.. -I have been reading them, my : guns' ammunition lib"VuliiHla (:,,uinty, Klorlila.twin las W. BaySc, Jacksonville. Fla. COLv:1Jl1''
l dear. After I die some one who wished but there is not a bad bill on my lls< Block Mine/ hevlllo .zr7
for flsblng tncklo and that I Is why I always
i to contest my will might get bold take Thai. land' being ussesied, .t tbs date a4lwA 2p
tj. of them and use them to prove I wasJk a fisherman's word in money l IMol iince of Mich ,rertlniinte! In I the name of .
matters Just as I never take it when Seville (COMII 'y. tInIes. said certificate shair' MMMMWMMNNMWMMMMMMMJ. :,lN.lt BJACFtVITot :.
a fish Is concerned."-Philadelphia Rec be redeemed pccordlnif to law, tax deed % .
_ _
-6 i- ord. S I will Issue thereon on tbe 31tb day ot October A. ERICKSON j4C sRhuNAfl
l A. D.. 11)04) ,
terns Til Dag. WHnei-s, my olllclal slvnature and s-al I SMOOTH RUN .

Man Is tbe best friend of the dog. this tbe ittHb day of September A. I)., III)14. -DEALER IN- l1P .
.f SAM'L 1>. JOKDAM' J '
Horses next but between the
Clnrk Circuit Court Gents' and Boys' Clothing. Hats and Caps.Liuiies. ..
dog and all other farm nnlmals. from
Volus Flu. .
;. ,Eight .cents' a.. pound is the hoim cat tl) tbo cow mid tbe beef a county "i Oentn. .and Children Shoos Slippers and Rubbers.

w at woman paid for stiff. "'",'rl' .weniM to bo a natural en- Notice to NonResidents.IN Bugtfy_ "nd Wagon! .HarnpsB._!Saddles!..eto. OIfnLlZTe
yourig! .iclty I>wt*.. however an fond of r \ C t
Hewing Machines. OrgHnn. Pianos and :.llIlIlc..IIlJlltrnmentR
< twelve pounds pf flesh., beep" and, KUUIH: -but a. diet. not a* CIRCUIT COURT SEVENTH JUDI. I a
: llrluit frli'iiilH.. Town nnd xlieep and VIAL ClKOUir OF FI.OIllD.tN General Repair Shoe,- HarnesB. Machines, eto. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK )! ASHVILLE and

5, She; waa: thin and, weak.and goats should 1 h. kept Oil free, from so.aocinilonu AND FOR VOLTJSIA.' COUNTY. IN and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C. .
5 : CHANt: EHV: .
.(, 'paid'pne dollar for a bottle ,off 1111 digs .11* 'in ,potmlbte.' with I Havens Block, DeLand, Florida. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. I "THE LAND OF THE sKr'S
the exception of (Ibe trained sbepberi J. B. FlUte, COmllalnlln, 1

\.Scotts Emulsion, and,.by talc pert dog,;(I1I'oftl'n A.,don milking..un..... ;a dtcreaw throiiKh lu II cow milk-4 Augusta' O.)V.Keatliig, Thomas H.K.stingber S *e -MMM_ MMN i NMMM_ _' The NORTH and WEST. || !M! "The Sapphire Country." :...
.1. {ing regular doses 'had gained flow that iiiumim, to mow than the ,'. ler.on..lI husband. and and.cc I nl\le I'xe"II'11.Rittle } --'--- ;---' __.., D....-'.. Dlnlnrf C..-

_ 't|twelve pounds in weight before cilnh wiu-tU. Value:i-ouxhliTa...f (hidotf Ijly,I less. Many than dugs 000.' are trlx of. deoesed the will..ot Def.lldauis.Jacob B. Upde.Grill' The Smart SetA Pwilsa Oaa .All Car Trala. Jt.s>vioTl.. Horn.s.OULfl .

iv..1::! .the, bottle. was. finished.. '.rm and I "r..h! appearing; by affidavit of the attorney AII.WY ii. P. easy *. e
for the complainant In the stove cause that lee W. .. s_ .1_ F S

to 4' J Eight cents a pound is tbe defendant Annie H. Hl ler Is a residentof Afagazint of Cleverness -V.4. T...T.8t,.y........-. D.C. S. H. HA._..... Oa.'A DoC .

: .cheap: for such valuable ma- SOUTHERN, RAILWAY.. that a Huts the residence other than of the said>uefandant tat of.. ForldMi Is be.llewd Magazines .should have a well-deflned pnrpose. 5 S Wai. H. TATUM A.O.P.A., Allsma. :U

to be sit No.' S I afayetu Pino, Roch. Genuine entertainment amusement and. mental recreation are the motives
fet* .t tiLl. Same pay more, some ..ter. N.w Yorkl; that sAId defnndant. I. of Tam SMART SET the .
"...Id.* Fair. .Koute-Hest Line to above lie .
St. twentr-one Tears, and that
., Ii Jesuit. some- 'get 'nothing for Lolll'7 Hnperb Olnlar Car Kervlee. there i la no )poraon within this State service MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES a .... .......................*4H ..............................

S '.them ney. You get ''yourmoney's Stop overs !going and retnrninx at on thereupon whom" would ordered bind saM that defendant.Slid defendant It Is Its novel (a complete one in each number) are by thus most brilliant WILLIAM KOLMON .

5 .. Atlanta Knoxville. Lorjsvlll| A.he- Annie H. Hlvlav be and she Is hereby relulrrd authors of both hemlsDh re S 5 S ,
; worthvwhen, you buy vllle and principal North Carolina to appear to tbe hill of complaint Its short stories are tnatchleas-clean !aad fulUof human Interest. '
'Emulsion.t '. mono tain resorts. herein tiled on or before the dial Monday In Its poetry covering the entire field of ver e-p..thull.' love; humor1; tender Tealer in New.and Second Hand ''Farniture 001
;' '' :, S. ; ...j See High Bridge the highest railroad Novrruber month .... D. 19('4.. being the 7tb day f ness*-l8 by the most popular poets men and women of the day. .
said otlierwls the said bill of ,
com. witticism
Itsjokes sk tchen
.//It : "will i l. ''s:iead, 1Y ui a little bridge in the world famous Bins Grass plaint will beta Hen as 4 and cMn.lilalaaiit voklng.. etai are admittedly- the most mlrth.'l'O-> DeLand and Orange City Fla. ;
--- region; Lexington and Louisville. hire leave 10 proceed txpart. '
: ; Vnt reclining chair cars and high It Is further ordered that:: this order be 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL! READING stoclced I
: : H class day coaohes. Through Pallman published In the Volusia Count Record We have both our stores, DeLand and at Orange/ City, withnew
"U sleeping cars Jacksonville tOSS Lonls.. nneec.eh week for four o"n..ul..e weeks No pages are wasted on cheap illoatrationsv editorial vaporbigs or a and extensive line of beautiful f urnltnre;'which we are ntierlnir S
4B9WNECiusw;) ; ?$. 'Iramedlat Iv preceding acid drst Monday lag essays and Idle discussions. at rock bottom prices-tn fact our prices are nqt, duplicated* the U
Bolder*. ra-ekl. cheerfully furnished In November. A. I). I o4.Witness. S county. You have had bargains at
Every page will Interest, charm and refresh yon. good our Stores but better one. ::
.., Y I IS upon application.. Hamuel D. Jordan.Clerk: of. Subscribe: now-$4.50: Remit in .watt you. S S ..
cheoqn P. .
: :; 'Y< ''IM.7. cr tUsk Court sod the sets. thereof this 3Hlb* day per year. O. or Express order. kinds of Second ,
( r : All hand household -rr
S .1 rel.'reclltlttllr to TilE SMART SET 448 Fifth irena New (!roods bought and sold. 'See
t ';"'it*; fk.1 S:CUtrio! l p..1.&pa"1108. 1 W. Bay St., September.- ,OAH'L A. D. (I'01.)., 'IORDAN. Clerk. B.- SAMPLE COPIES SENT, : all our (&roods and get prices before buylng-elswhere. ', .." I. ..

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