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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 8, 1904
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00087347:00041
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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DELAND: V.OLTJSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1904. NUMBER 51

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Professional (tat s.-- LETTER FROM The Southern RailwayWhile .',

It Is true that there Is a
I James W.. Perkins. Cary D. Landls.
good deal of uneasiness In the North
LANDIS JAMAICA. A Matte ::1
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.! PERKINS and East over the general business ,1 .

I I'', ATTORNEYS aI COUNSELORS- conditions, the South i is not worrying.All ,
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AT-LAW, eyes are on the South, and every I II

( THE BEAUTIFUL, SCENERY OF Southern State l is more than holdingits Health

l DeLand, Florida. own against the depression in bus- 01
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Will Practice In State and Federal N :': a THAT ISLAND.
Incas
which extends
large
over a part .
Courts. Infants and Children. I i.
for --.- of the country. The South Is better

, i j. CTEWAKT & BL.Y The Kind Ton Have Always Bought has borne the signature TWO WEEKS IN "THE MOUNTAINSAn off than it has been for many years .

i of Chas. II. Fletcher, and luvs been mode under his The depression l Is confined to the New There is a quality in Royal

i' ATTORNEYSATLA personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one -- England States, owing! to strikes and

I Office in Bank _Building, DELANI1 to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and Ideal Climate There the Year low wage for fatory employes. Baking Powder which makes

; "Just-as-rood".arp; but Experiments and endanger tho Round--The Great Variety of Tropical Florida has the advantage of havIng .
r Branch office over Po tolBce,DAYTON A health of Experience against Experiment. direct connection: throngh Jacksonville the food and
Fruits and Flowers-An En- more digestible
with the Southern
,;' J HALL BRUMSEY- The Kind You Have Always Bought chanting Valley-The Government one of the greatest sytttems. Hallway of railways ;,

} ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT Bears the Signature of Botanical Gardens. in the United State There Is wholesome. This peculiarity .1
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LAW "" no more progressive: railroad In the :,

' South than the Southern and its management of Royal has been noted Jby Iphysicians J

i I Will Practice In all State and Federal "aPra Lodge Hotel" has won for it the greatest .

Court Kingston, Jamaica, B. \V. 1. favor from the people of Florida as :

y DELAND FLORIDA .. Dear Record: well as all other Southern States. and they accord,1,,1

I In the cltv of Jacksonville the
i J L. MoCRORY, In Use For Over 30 Years. Here I am In the far away "WentIndies" most valuable terminal facilities are ingly endorse and' recommend -

'. .. .. ,.. again By last mall there )
, 'P"< eNnUN O".n .. ..u.... NOW'0. e owned by this road aud the merchants
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand __1-_._ .LI_ "r ---'ia"",", came to me a "Record'1 which has J
i of the city as well as the other it. j
turned thoughts homeward for It
-- my ;
great Interests of the State, find x
\ Florida. A Curio,. Mule. I Th. CoM I. ........ matters not where one may roam af- Its facilities! for handling freight un- .q
of his ter all "There l IB no place like homebe ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. NEW YORK.
I Tliu following. curious,! rule. appears Dovld T. Hanbury, writing surpassed. The very best passengerand I

1 i BERT FISH, under 1 pnriiKi-iipli: / US of the municipal first experiences In Alaska, said: "The It ever so humble." freight schedules are operatedand -, ---- .. -- --- i
, """, gulntloim governing burials at cold could not be kept out of even the Well, I am up to my ears In work. I 1DepU. '
, in the winter when the northern
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ulimm'n. IlmiHv: "InU'i-inonta ore. only most palatlnl examples of domestic I arrived In Port Autonio, Jamaica, According to the Census, the .a For the De.C. "

liurnilttod, niter death bus taken place.In architecture! which Dawson City couldat after a rough: passage out and foundI tourist seeks the sunny climate of men in Philadelphia of voting' One device which bold the people j I
all other cnKes a certificate signed that time boast, but the author Florida this road takes a pride in the to the Mormon church Is the curious ;
DeLand Florida was about six horn ahead of time 2IJ But the
were
I l by> Hit. mnyor Is required."-London stuck to the cult of the morning tub. magnificent/ / character of its tourist age ,000. number doctrine of baptism for the dead. It to
' Special Facilities Titles.for Examining Mall. After I had melted the pall of Ice on BO I had to play tourist. I made trains. As an evidence of the progressiveness of voters there is given as believed that the living may by being .,

and Perfecting Land ___ the 'air tight' stovfe I poured some of many very delightful trips which of this company and the 88 ,806. The city is wholly in baptizes save their relatives who have

J E. ALEXANDER, A Rare Coin. the water two Inches deep Into the many of my DeLand friends I know' excellent facilities which it affords to the hands of and Cone before. A man goes to the temple .
,, Small Boy (who loin become> Interested bathtub watch I bad removed to the would have enjoyed Immensely I republicans and la solemnly Immersed, for his '1
/:' travelers I 11 t may stated that It handles is fashionable
In coin collectingPupa' what Is rear of the room, where there was no will hurriedly describe one fortnightI corruption grandfather, who died out of the faith. d
ITTORNEY-AT-LAW. than Its share of travel!
the rarest coin you know ot? Papa beat Not two minutes had elapsed before spent In the mountains. A young more ordinary I I The grandfather's name Is duly entered Gin

Office In Brush Block. 'Inadly)-A twenty dollar gold piece, my I threw off my chamois pajamas German friend from Berlin was going/ to the great! St. Louis Fair and to the Nothing is more sadly funny the book of records, the grandson
HOII. 'tn the front room and opening the mountain and seaside resorts from contributes a fee and comes the next '
UeLand Florida.!
__ up In the mountains forhls vacation, in the present campaign. than to
Will-Practice In State and Federal communicating door stepped hurriedly Florida. The most el gant trains op day to be baptized for his grandmother -
Poverty Is the sixth sense.-German I bad time so he asked me If I mould join him. I see old grandfather Ghauncey. M. of this
Courts.rn. Into the bathtub, for no erated anywhere In the United Statesare I I and BO on. As the result
Proverb to lose. Quick as I bad been, tbe atmosphere accepted and on the morning of July operated by this road and travelers Depew stumping New York state faith too Mormons have delved more ;
JOHN MACDIAKMID, 17 started. Our destination '.,
" bad been quicker, and justas we was to find It line deeply Into their genealogy perhaps
a most delightful to
any and distributing the old
. SURGEON. N.v .0 i/ri hl.n s........ I stepped into the tub with both a big coffee plantation, distance as of same than any other clans of Americana. I .,; "
the South farther
PHYSICIAN AND part ana to points -
To brighten uiid preserve your screens feet, wrenching with o great effort theslipped the crow flies about 7 miles; altitude handful of chestnuts he has been know of several cases In which Mormons 1

Office over Fisher's drug store. try giving l them a coat of prepared soap from hard by, I above Kingston: 4KM feet: As we north, where its lines reach. The handing around for years. According have gone n to England: on purpose
t Office houre: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, I black> screen vnrnlsli i or of sjjnr varnlHh. Southern has good connection from tree
on the weywuat Ice Into tbe tub, to trace out their genealogical ,
rode ;
It 15 miles. We had
and 7 to 8 p. m. Apply wltb u brush and put It and over soap, tub and myself was over Florida to all points and the service to him the 1 republicans bringing back long lists of their ancestors I. '

i DELAND. FLORIDA. hto the mesh on either side Shoutf! all separated In different quartersof two good tough: Jamaica ponies i to It gives to the State is a most valuable created the United States and la some cases going back to the

the varuUb clog the mesh thin wltb a the room. Those two minutes had ride and two pack mules to carry our one.-Florida Times Union, Jacksonville the fullness thereof and if that time of William the Conqueror. On
:2)B.: G. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN little turpentine. The covering frame luffffafTe, each mule having/: boy to the
sufficed to transmute my water into Fla.Home theIr return to t'tuh they begin
can be treated with the mime varnish smooth and glassy Ice." drive him and look after him. The party should go out of power the process of baptism dip for each
AND SURGEON, or of tbe wood stains that ure sr flood would begin in short order.
any scenery as we began to ascend to the ancestor.-Buy Stemmed Baker in Cen-
Y DELAND, FLORIDA. Dooulur. Slnvln .. Carpet. plantation we were going to was Seekers Excursion Rates.To Hut the inside of his ark is well tuqr. .t"sifht..er'

Office at residence, Indiana avenue, rum Bhi-nmntUm end f.Urrh..-Mrdllne. miiPrae. Standing n carpet bus a tendencyto grand.: Slowly we marched around enable Home ef'kers to visit Its tarred and feathered. '.. '
HouBa.I' muffle the voice since of n..b." .
next to Conrt a layer I
the slope steadily we climbed the the Atlantic Const Line Rail ----
Office Hours: 9. to III,a\ to 4, and 7 to 8. Inelastic and nonconducting material territory, "Academy" or "sightseer's" headache -
Send no money simply write and la then Interposed between the scat of hills, and If It were not for our trusty road, with its connections, takes Republicans admit that they Is one of the numerous Ills of

MRS. VIDA Z. BAEKECKE M. D. try Botanic Botanic Blood Blood Balm Balm at(B.our B. ex B.) voice production and the floor, which I little ponies and mules being so sure !I I pleasure in announcing special excursions need the next House to help modern civilization./ According to observations -

l' pense. In the when It Is not covered, acts as a sound :' footed we would not be able to write I for October 11th, and November them out their plans. They of Mr. Simeon Snell, described -
the poison carry
kills destroys
PHYSICIAN and; SURGEON. blood or which the awful aches In board, taking up the vlbl'l1t1ons'lI1nd this. The path Is very narrow and 15th, from the following Ohio and Ailsslsslppl lu the London Hospital, there
back and shoulder causes blades, shifting giving Increased effect and distinctnessto steep In some places. At last, after River points, to all points on claim that if it should happen to Is reason to attribute It lu part at leastto

OMce on East New York Avenue, ]pains, difficulty in moving angers, them. This can be Illustrated by about four hours' ride, we go around Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. become democratic, of which strain on the inuuclos that turn the

DELAND FLORIDA. toes or legs, bone pains, swollen muscles placing a timepiece first upon a rug or a sharp turn and then just above U From Cincinnati, Louisville Evanavtll there is a very fair prospect, the eyeballs upward. A lady who foundno
and joints of rheumatism, or the carpet and then upon the bare Inconvenience In visiting the theater -
ooor'l "Content, which we shortly after Henderson, Cairo, St. Louis, Memphis Senate would head off
R.. A. S. MUNSON, foul breath hawking, spitting, dropping In the latter position the any un- when she sat In the dress circle: always -
[) In throat bad hearing, species reach. Here we put In two weeks of and from Chicago, at eighty headache
/* much louder, because the vibrations of per republican legislature it might suffered from severe
lying before the eyes, all played out the clock are then much more forcibly pleasure. We are now at an eleva- cent of the one way rate, for the round when she sat in the orchestra, where
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood communicated to tbe floor and so to tion of 4000 feet, ant] although we left trip, no rate to be higher than twenty inaugurate. On the other handif <<1 she bad to look up. The same effect la
of of
Office Second Door South of FI her's :lu Balm or 40 has cured standing hundreds after doctors cases the air of the room and finally to the it hot and dusty In Kingston, here everything I dollars for the rnnnd trip. Tickets to the House is democratic, it produced In picture galleries, especiallyIn

C Drug Store. hot BprlniS'years&.:: and patent medicines had ear by actual contact between the l Is green and weather delightfully / be limited to 21 days, with stop over will be in a position to head oil looking at pictures hung above the

OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 all falledT' Most of these cured patients clock and tfio floor. A carpet dampsor cool. All around us coffee IB'' privilege tin-democratic legislation coming line. Cyclists/ who Icon over the handlebars

and 7 to 8: p. m. had taken Blood Balm as a last kills these vibrations because It Is a growing. It is stocky, heavy bush, These excnrnlons will enable to and turn their eyes up to look
DeLand Florida. resort. It is especially advised for bad conductor of sound. The differ yon from the Senate It is a poor ahead have tho same trouble, and so do
so to speak; grows up possibly six visit the South Carolina State Fair at
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seated care Imps( and In other
chronic deep ence, which Is so audible in this case laIn rule which will not work both compositors people many
DU JOHN REEVE, Ible for any one to suffer the agonies/ ) some degree to be detected when feet and three feet across. It has a Columbia S. C., Oct. 26th-28th, also occupations requiring continued use of

or symptoms of rheumatism or catar the voice Is beard under similar con dark glossy leaf, berry red when ripe; the South Florida Fair at Tampa, Fla., ways. the elevator musclca. The eyeballsmove ;

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, rh while or after taking Blood Balm, ditions. growtdtlinilar to our French mulberry Nov. 14th-261h. from side to side with less strain
the blood and rich Gen. Luis Terrazas the
: makes
It pure
blood supply. In Florida. Just now we see some I By visiting\ these fairs yon can see and discomfort than up and down.
Office In store recently occupied by ; thereby &giving a healthy Tit For Tat. beautiful red berries on the bushes wealthiest man in Mexico, and
Cures arc permanent and not a patchIng the products of these states, meet the
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Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West up. Sold at drug stores, $ 1 per Professor Skeat In his Etymological and also loaded with green ones. We people, and gain much valuable information said to be worth at least $150- A Mod rA & .
told of
New York Ave.DeLand which Mr. Davenport
large bottle. Sample of, Blood Balm dictionary explains the expression as came to camp, I thought to rough it has been four story
000,000 granted a .
collectors.Pistruecl
Florida. sent free and prepaid also special "blow for blow" and says that It Is a ristruecl has Its point for
as we would call It In the States, but Hon. E. J. Watson, Commissioner of and chief -
and is Italian engraver
medical advice by describing your corruption of tip for tap where tip Is a months' leave of obsence was an
OU.) 1C. D. BRACE, trouble and writing Blood Balm Co. slight tap. lie refers to Bullinger'S we find we have a beautiful little cottage Agriculture, Columbia, S. C. will be expected to make a tour of this at the mint. It IfI, by the way,

Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for works, I., 283 (Parker society), tho with exquisite /flowers all aroundIt pleased to see all visitors to that point, to hIm that England I. Indebted for the
DENTIST. Blood Balm Is l better than a thousand translation of which Is, I believe, dated and a duskydamsel to look after us. I will ba pleased to have any and all, country. Gen. Terrazas is pro- one group of St. George and the dragon -

printed testimonials write at once. 1ST?. May I be permitted to direct attention She did thU to perfection, as only the visiting Florida, call at my office, cor. bably the largest individual land on the reverse of tho sovereign He

Office second tory McLaurtne Block. to the fact that "tit for tat" true Jamaica servant can do. Many Bay .and Hogan Streets. Jacksonville, owner in the world. lIe owns in Imitated that modern work In cameo
DeLanH' Florida. The difference betweei. a counlr earlier date could be quite as fine an ancient work.A .
bad already appeared at an and pleasant were the excursions we Fla.
youth and a city youth Is that tin' "Proverbs 1540T0lno fee simple approximately 20,000- "potboiler" head of Flora which be
In John Heywood's
made from Content which
I made
VOUUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACTCO, Former wants to know every tl.I II/t/ mid onballlne Yours truly, 000 acres of land which is divided engraved and sold to a dealer for lIS
tit for tat (quoth I) on van hand We ,
B. exchanged our poniesfor
WILBVR McCoy
afterward sold as an antique to
the latter thinks be knows everythll1loChlc.oro la set. was
into fifteen haciendas
News, Bat the bans head acayiut the (DOM mountain mules, which I will ever Agricultural and Immigration Agt. or Blchard Payne Knight for, fGOO.) ',;
S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, .-. J.bl.t. remember. We would clatter down ranches. No one, not even the Knight took the cameo In triumph to 1 1Flstruccl.

Manager. Actuary. To a woman In love little thlngn Pp. 101. 110. Reprint, 1374. the mountain aide at a reckless general himself, knows the number "Where can you get modern I
In a note It Is stated that "tit for Compliment to Morris d. Munn. work like that?" he asked. Plstruccl '-
Abstractor. of Titles. seem big, and to a man In love bill pace, reminding me much of MarkTwain's of cattle he owns but it is '
tat" la simply a corruption for tant smiled and claimed the antique for his 1
Ave. DeLand, Fla. things seem llttie.-St. Louis Star Innocents Abroad, where he (From the Southern Industry.)
10rt W. Indiana pour tant. nalllwell-Pbllllpps' dictionary roughly estimated that his herds own. Knight ,would Dot believe him.

\ HOWARD has "tint for tant, tit for tat."- galloping furiously away from the The subject of this sketch is a man approximate 1,000,000 head of "Examine the roses," said the artist
ALFRED Arabs in the desert. '
who doing much for the upbuilding
and
Notes Queries. "and you will see that they are modern
tk One day we went to a station called of Lakeland and toward patting it on a which about .200,000 arp; cows. flowers" The point was admitted by

SURVEYOR THE BESTMEDICINE A D*.v.ro.. Trade Cinchona. It gets its name from the substantial foundation There" are towns He also owns several hundred others but never by Knight who bequeathed
built but Mr
_:-:. The dangers of work in a white lead Cinchona tree, which grows here and that Mann are intends npon that Lakeland"wind. HO tar an thousand heads of horses and the gom and the rest of bis

I DeLand, Florida. factory aredescribed by a medical has quinine qualities and I Is being very his Influence goes shall be built upon a collection/ to the nation. Mr. Davenport :t
of than .
I REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF authority In a discussion of the causes largely cultivated. Of all the trips solid foundation, and to this end works mules. An army more said that but for the roses an export .. ,

CITY end effects of lead poisoning. Most this was one of our 'best. From 4,1100( for good walks, for paved streets, for 10,000 men are kept constantly would undoubtedly pronounce Fla-
of the cases occur among the workersIn municipal ownership of light and water employed on these ranches. truccl's cameo a fine antique.-Man.
E. H. HAYWARD the department where the preparation feet we began to descend to the Yal- plants. and for all modern improvements cheater Guardian. i'(

of the carbonate of lead Is carried leres River Valley. The scenery is and Lakeland is getting them. Mr. ,
x of the leadingFire Insurance hard to describe-flowers Mann to Lakeland only three Edward Walcott was former
Agency came
on by what Is called tho "Dutch proc growingwild ; years! _.... Vulr.,
.-. Company -America-The Aetna. Is In the profusion KKO taking the holdings of the Lakeland ly United States Senator from ,
WOMENIf see In which the lead. In sheets, greatest roses. "What I would like" said the very
which
City s Specialty.No : & Improvement Company was '.
property
808. Boulevard DeLond. Fla. placed on the top of pots filled wIth daisies, hibiscus of blood red and ra- founded by his father who, was also the Colorado. He is the leader of young author, whose first story bad

I acetic acid and converted first into the rlagated, crotens of all kinds superb founder of Lakeland locating there in the Republican party in tfiat( Just been accepted "Is\ that the binding .

you ere nervous and tired out subacetate and finallydecomposed by ferns, among them the large tree I tIS". Mr. Mann' is erecting some fine of the book should be In keeping with
continually you could have no carbon dioxide emitted by tar. In movIng tern. I am told thre arc over ((100() ) different buildings in Lakeland and Improving bin State and expects, if the election the story. Do you grasp my meaning ,
i dearer warning of the approach the carbonate clouds of white lead varieties. We see beautifultree large property, believing that every Favors his party, to return to the -Oh, :res." replied the Intelligent and r J
of serious female trouble. dust are easily caused by careless handling dollar tlms spent Is a good! Investment "I'll bare 4
-' Do not wait until you suffer nnbsantble on the port of the workmen and ferns over fifteen feet high. Orchids and it will return a handsome premium Senate. And now here comes accommodating publisher." Record-

pain before yon seek Cardiff:treat'me.t tn spite of the respirators worn by every kind. After we get In the in increased value. of all adjoining hill brother, Henry R. Walcott, It Herald done In bait calf. -Chicago 1 ",.
You need Wine of
property.
f now Just as much. If the trouble them much of the poison Is taken Into valley cease the description, the scene and declares for Parker. He "-,.

..... S..E.r were more developed and the \tortaring ; the. system.-Harper's Weekly. so grand and enchanting, I call It the says : "While' do not care to m 01..... .
t.ettT pains of disordered menstruation Garden of Eden. Here we see the Letter to C. A. Reeve. LI1.hman-l'm troubled with bead- ,
...pieahIN.a'1,ya/Y.MYN bearing down pains Artida' DI..U.. !. P.l....st M... royal palm, cane, limes, lemons, coffee have any splurge made over the aches In the morning. It may be on ae-1 I '. :J\\.
411 sow.i laooorrhoea, backache and headache Artists will tell you It Is no easy DeLand Fla.
: cocoanut, bananas, /guava fact that I shall vote for a Democratic count .of my ey_ Perhaps I need

i.w ..: :::: E .:failing were relief driving that Wine you of to the Cardui no- thing that to,be paint shall a man appeal In picturesquely a frock coat yams, bread fruit, mangoes, many Dear Sir: Devoe is worth U or $6 a candidate president for stronger glasses Dr. Shrude-No;' I 'c;/

pagan,h... has hundreds of thousands so other fruits and all kinds of flowers think you merely need weaker glasses ,
brought how much la I
D.M'P to the casual wayfarer. Toe modern gallon pat-on; another the first time, I do not hesitateto J
NmYaDar of women and wiu bring you. In rank luxuriance. paint worth rand f.w.r-at night. /
/ Wine of Cardui will drive out habiliments affected by: tbe male person say that I am going to vote ,
all trace of weakness and banish do not lend themselves to artistic At Cinchona we find a government Depends on how many lI'allonllyon've
There are no botanical and rot to put on, to be equal to of DeV for Judge Parker on election day. Sr-p-tHr. .
Mrrons spells headache and back( reproduction on canvas. garden one could hardly one Mr. Critique-Yes, Indeed, my boosejt. .:i..
ache and prevent the symptoms sclntlllunt colors DO fine lines of form, imagine a more beautiful, restful :
W.promptly obtain U.a raa Faclaoe 'from quickly developing{ Into dan-' In a trousered poseur, and to achieve a spot. AD English officer is.la charge, Mr J J Hall. Sheffield< Fa. paintedtwo candidate of the two 'men now Y8llDrlchOood gracious ain't there'I"
troubles thai:", fll be hard houses one coat, five I
goroos successful portrait of a man Is to spell years ago,
''to check.' Secure a.1.00()( bottle otWine the arflst's capabilities In capital let and baa as near all as one could wish lead-and-oil, took 40 gallons before the country. Judge Parker no way of killing '.m Princeton Tl- alget.
PATENTSBawl o*: Cardui today. If youdeals'does For In this world Surrounded by hb Last 40 De '. !
bought ..
ters. With women models-well, tbere BUmtner gallons by training and temperament i is 1
not keep it, send the family plenty of servants, beautiful voe for same houses had 10 gallons let$.
ls of different cast Just as ; -
toootf- to the Ladies'-Advisory the story a fitted far better for the duties of _.. 11. :
'Dept. The Chattanooga MedicineCo. woman herself is so wholly different, cricket and tennis court and a good Mr N Aver. Delhi N Y, own two -I think," b* said, "that I am BOW ,
fracrapnrt mmtel oo,UMn punt*a*hllln.phcta oi For InvmUaa fir*book.WASHING. tot. ... Chattanooga, Tenn., and themodioiaa ; enchantingly' complex.- Metropolitan staff of clerks, ideal climate and superb houses exactly alike; painted' one with President than the Republican just about even with the world.- i,<

1'i \" .;t will be sent you.WiNE.. Magasloa : .cenery,. Over the mountainsand Devoe other; took took 6 gallons.13 The other with candidate. In other words, 1 do "Even with UMrVorldr" t f {
va pu.noj some gallons.What'0
valet he can see Kingston, fifteen not think President Roosevelt i is "Yes. I.I figure tbat I have now reached I ;'
for those off &lntafB
: It is better to spare the rat ana spoil miles away and 4,000 feet,below. He in mind you give for a point where 1 ow. just about M
llr you've got to the safe candidate for the "
child pay a place. '
the child than spoil the by using dos't'owa"-Chkage.;;S'
truly: dream life away, looking after painting. many people as I : '"
the rod too-much..-Chicago New. its beautiful plant., many jnew to the Your trulyF Mils may be somewhat embarrassing Post .. W;.> : ,: '

It Is astonishing how soon our follies botanical world,,with an average ternerature W DBVOB: &; Co > Edward. but. it indicates t Ir70Il"'II''" !b"1t tobi hid th.'Mb.. s'rl, l s'<

N.Of. CRUI. are forgotten when known to none batourselves. I > ., the year round of 60 degree. New York'II that Henry his ..very 'ytxr' muaf'assoelau' only with! taossr'.I IwUo

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YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD, JHlf.LOW.\ flTAMDS .FiRMs j THE COUNTY ALL OVER THE..COUNTY His average in from one hundred to one ....., II:: ::':" e-ec-I:: : : ::': I::': !//II "f'C':::::):''I. ..,.;::;'....".", ,
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SucbTproceedings as took placeat M HMMBM W hnndred and fifty pounds of bass every ,..i I :; .

; : COMMISSIONERS. VEilS OF INTEREST: WAFTE1) TO day.Mrs : .; WATTS &>MILJJiER\ ;'{ .
the meeting$ the State committee 'RECOIl On-ICE J ((3 Krnlder and guests enjoyed a \ toto
!ttntered In the PosU>Uio. at !fleLanci.LII .'!rla., THE : !) :BY ITS fish fry at Rod Shell last Saturday. The toU. ,
at Jacksonville last Sat Actual Inrrense In County Valuation
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wound olau matter
COKKESl'OSDEXTS. day,.was perfect fishing fine and the -
urday Is enough to break up any the Past Year la $IJ OOOO. -- Huh dinner eXIellent.: A wagon load offish HARDWARE FURNITURE[ toto

. It. E. PBEYATT Editor. Proprietor. All members of the Board of CountyCoinmiwitoners was brought to the hotel that even Hi
t/ :. part .. The action of the majority ,were prevent at the Pierson. ing. .

: session held this week and( the following --- ifiM Hito I IW
on .the .committee Jii! .trying to :business transacted: thin ,i! ,,!
Pout master J D Peterson of place Orange City.Dr UNDEDTAKINf1 toto
'Y DEMO( ATIQ( TI( KET.
,: compel Mr. Holloway to come District No 1 reported 1000( yards of was transacting. bimines In DeLand lust toto I
clay laid on Orange City .and Enterprlimroad week. '
; ) .NATIONAL.United Robinson has rented Mr Laws' M AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE.!:. FURNI- I
LARGE
down, demanding that he shoulddo and repairs. done to Lake Helen That indnstrons oUUpn, N L Pierson I toto
t* State Senator. and Oateen road. District No 3 reported was engaged last week saveing", his nice cottage"' on Volusla Ave. .) A nitnre and Everything for yonr home the Bent ..ml l Latest in
'y JAMES P. TAUAFERIO. so, 'is assumption of authority pinestrawing Lake Helen road. and hay The city baa the mowing inacbing at itl. the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the .
Member of Congres 2nd District. not vested in that body the shell on Glenwood road. No 8 reported crop. work on our streets preparatory to the '/ fine class of Goods we carry HOnr Furniture Department la three ,Hito!
FBANK CLARK. ; ten miles of straw pnt down on DeLeon Peter Pierson, one of our foremost full cleaning up. \l:ll.> doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need, of anything In '
naming of another party to be planters. has tho finest turnip patch in lines will take in showing through either depart. toto
c Presidential Electors.M. Springs and Daugliarty, road. No 4 re these Mrs Frank Taylor will leave. Mondaynext lto our we pleasure yon ''1'
, P. BAIFKY, voted for instead of for Mf. IIolloway'is ported, repairs to Priest Creek bridge dlgidns for Columbus, Ohio, to visit. her toto. ment. We have the goods you need and will\ satisfy you or your .
J. K. OttADY h '-' and four mile repair on Daytona and Charles Dillurd. and family are upend- sister Mrs\ Sinks. \ ; money back. X \l,>
T. A JKNNING8:!, l revolutionary, without Port Orange road. No 5 general re log this week at VolusU", an gaunt of Air toW
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:' A., NKWTON, shudo'w'of .and] Mm. 1'ut Uigglus.eKiiitiHtion Wo are glad, to learn that Mr Dieffen- Careful Attention given all Mail Orders.
11'. B. 8IONBMAN8TATB. the party law.. pairs. oflicer at tills bach will take charge" of the Orange
The democratic of the The Clark wan instructed( to draw place City Hotel another season \J/Jv UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. :; ,
: party wairant for $:::1 in favor of Cli-rk Jack- Justice Jim Cade' has. registered two :
J State created Mr reimbursing said county voters up to the present.An I was the reclpent of some fine, largeguiavuu For Oovernor.JAPOLKUN Holloway as a soi county
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Mr. J. A. Stub a gradna!
f'1\ B. BROWAUU.. .:: fur cost against "'tato, payment, grand epidemic of bail colds of ft very as l large as apples produced on ?, \.i...
candidate,' just, as ilie party the place of Superintendent Cozen. Mto of one of the f nest) EmbaImingJ'Schools !
Boorotury ofBtatu.H. ::1 jury witnesses. malignant' form In racing/ among! peo- \ of the is incharge "I
{.' CLAY CUAWFOllD.AttorneyGeneral. created this committee, and( it is Communication. from S. Ho\glnnd, in pin in tills neighborhood.C Sir -Freeman has used some of the of this department country and
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none of the committee's business. reforuuue to lighter ferry the Clerk wan R: Jones of West Pim-non commune-' new compressed: ) brick, made nt Lake. '> will /Rive prompt and careful .
'1j' WILLIAM"H. ELUS. s instrncted to notify him that VoltiHla .oil .shipping his Hplendirl Iuiuuui mock helen .for the foundation( to his new lto.; attention to every detail of this ,.!
whether Uolloway"comes down cot Olga
o'nnty would pay one built cost if Lake orange: mind, grapefruit crop last week. )
COIn ptrol1or.A.e.CROOM. Mrs:'o! Senior and Miss Dugtt will bo ; '.
would the other half.
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county .
or not. Miss Eveline, tho beiuitifiil daughterot toto work.'I'
lown early this full and will
'If The communication from M. Newman Capt.. Carl TnrnqniHt of BoLaml. Miss Diikonsons, occupy \ ,,
Wolfe the
Mr. gentleman cottage on VolnsiaAvo
State Treasurer* > reference to repairs. wan tiled, and< terminated, .pleasant' sojourn! here with toto dl l

WILLIAM V. KNOTT, selected by the majority! ..coino Clerk instructed' to si-nd rotmnmiiratlon relatives Fi! 'iday. Mr LnkeiiH with son In-law, :Mr M I Always' Stock. -- i

: :Superintendent( Publto Instruction." itte\o; ia aulenibcrai) will/not to E' Ban Cnrter Koad' Mimtt-r cite theluiw Rev William/ Oituptipll: of Tomoka Smith, 'mid family, catno down lust ................. ......_. ..... ......_ ......
W.M1tOLLOVY.CoinmlrnIoijer F. 13 O By. and requested to ""' ""' ""' 'io. .
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pnHtor of Ilio Bennett lilt Zion Baptist \vuek 1111111101' .at in Miss DickenHjn's .. ... .., ... ,.., .
his to the present ,::=::= ::=::=::=::= ,..4J. ; '''''''''", '_ ,. ,." ,
permit the
name ) Hunjxct
of Agriculture.B. go upon: on church ftt this. place, preached\ Saturday::!/ ciittitire( on Lemon Ave '' .' ,'
.' H. MoLINl *fHallroad ; ticket as .i g' .s'JtIG'party's The Commissioners, decided that Vo- and Solidity to cro.duthOUM.8.\ On TiiHsday. night !Mr\ and Mrs 8 M --- _.- '
: Commissioner. In.l.!..county Hlmll bo rcprt>"Hntnd .at tha Capt T F Drudv of Eiuporia, the Morse Mr ,and Mrs Fenn Mr and Mrs
;JOHN L. MOUOAN. nominee ISA candidate South Florida Fair to be held at Tmupiv. thoroughly rt-lialilH county Hiirveyor,
Justice Supreme Court: Six: 'i'ear8. Fit is said' tl1at' fthe .majority and, the Commissioners will ank for was transacting bnslnwH in I this plate\ : i they have been, to spend the summer. '

FENWICK' TAYLOR. committee succeed in electing ipuce for an exhibit. last' Thursday.. CHIt \Drmty has a Dr RuhlnKll1I l arrived, from the North
L' Justice Supreme!! Court. CurtlflcaUs of notuinttions' were presented handsome oiungo! grove there. I Wediiiixd.t, } night the tlth of Sept
ROKRRTH COCKEREL! Mr. Wolfe, that he will resignin rom the parties having tickets: in :MisH E :M Furen of Sanford arrived, altur MM extensive visit to Connecticut

T1IOMAS 8. SHACIvLhFOHD: January and this majority the field for State. and county offlceis, Satniduv! and! is comfortably: domiciled, Rhola, I.dulfll( Massachusetts' New YOI'k
J. I. WHimKLl). said, names to be placed on the official .at Mrs Kel Pieison's boaiding house. and New Jersey. !

,. .COUNTY. committee 'will recommend ballot: also from citizens of Ormond, for She opened the Hiibdistrict school here Miss Halllday\ has gone to Seabreeze! STOWS and RANGES

4 Circuit) Court Judue. Sheats to the .Governor for appointment W. M. Wallace's name to go on an Mondny with an enrollment of 84 where she will takechaige/ of the school
Peace.
candidate for Justice of the .
MINOR S. JONES. pu plla.DoL"1II1'9 this full .and winter We are sorry to thanvi
Do day they
to the office, This is mess moaer every
The Clerk instructed to render to
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was most skillful anti well lose such an accomplished
post lady
State young timed. They aba lighten; the hou e-
Attorney. ire
"- the talk over the State ; this, it State bill for rent of Daytona. armory physician, and surgeon, Dr U A Davis" from our uiidst, 'wifc'. labor and keep the home cheerful.
A' JOaN C. JONES.:! .
,, : from 1 to date at *<20
January per is making: professional visits to Seville :Mr Thomas Hogg is down with his
is said is the and
Representatives arrangement, month. ,mother and is
Heison and Empoiin He hm" two occupying the Shivers
CM AS. L. bMiril. it is a cruel persecution) of Mr. Commissioner Rodgers was .appointed seriously ill patients at Einporin. one place. He contemplates rebuilding his p.IT'S .
1 T. J. SL'ARlMAtJ.County In fact the committee to have road jail. moved and quite nick at Seville and two couvalescents house( which burned some time since
Judge Holloway. matter painted. ut Pierson.Eil out near' the junction.Mr THE. WOMAN WHO SUFFERS

i'i J. I. MCCROKY.: has long since resolved itself into Commissioner Bond was appointed( win Peterson 'and Fred Hagatrom. Fred Graham has enlarged the

Clerk of Circuit Court a systematic persecution of committee to confer with State Board two of Daytoua's. hustling well posted front of his cottage by taking in part of max because of a poor Move with in _
SAM'L 1) JORDAN of Health with reference to having said liuuse, carpenters, were in Pierson last the front veranda. and put in a lartre work nuking. and worry producing
Sheriff the gentleman that did up hoard care for State patients week transacting. bnsineqa .and at the plate glium. window which has I trnpl'ov defects.: The man suffer only in -'

JOHN R. TURNER. Sheats, and that Mr. Sheats is The tax books for 11)04) were formally aims' time calling on their parents and ed the appearance very much. pone but the woman's Love health thrive and
Mrs Isabella Dnnlap .and !Mrs Palmer happhini are ruined.
Tax Collector .accepted, and the Collector notified in PriendH These two popular, enterprisinit
foremost in these attacks 'rived from the North in comfort.
I). PERKINS SMITH. upon regards thereto. The tax books shows : citizens. while here boxed packed ai on Wednesday'
.. and :Mr illicit.. "' Mrs D will make extensive improvements
Peterson's household .
Tax: Assessor Holloway. an increase! in county valuation\ over shipped Pa* *!>. thinking mjui and womftath

I S. B. WILSON. Mr. Holloway has notified the last; year of (330.000 which collected brings, in goods to his new Duvtona liome. purchased from to Mr the Bengtson cottage last which spring.she __ ..*....M.mwir upon reason........ a fu why. l-i. of be The
, County Treasurer "an Increase taxes to of Mrs Nels Pierson pleasure outing
committee, and the people of *:.ViOO.' ) The total valuation of the county oak. grove picnic Saturday last was !\Wheldon. is engaged! in furnishing:
J. J. V1NZANT.
.. i is 13,833.630. fairly' well attended., There were plenty the new cottage fortIMs! Dickenson on JEWEL STOVE .
*% County Superintendent Florida, that he proposes to stayon The Treasurer's. report showed the good things to eat and loo cream to ,, the Walker' lot. He has. built Severn] _
BERT F131I. the ticket the candidate of cottages this summer, whirl: will add to myII
it
as Following balances: keep cool, and every thmtc PHMSOI! off Please cail and isa them, and consult m

County'Surve>orTHOSi the democratic party of Florid, General revenue . . .$1)003) 74 pleasantly and everybody seemed toon- our tile attractions town and accommodations. of )

.- F. DRUDY. Road and . . . 452 (12 ;joy themselves to the full Mrs Pinnion
bridge Mr D Freeman's is. fast
County Commissioner and as long as be is in the field sold ice cream and rained neat little new cottage DeLAND FLORIDA
a WATTS & MILLER Agents ,
Fine and forfeiture . .. 1800 \Uli(\ approaching: completion and !Mr and ,
District No 1 R. II. BROOKE. sum for the Methodist church improvement
r ;. District No FRANK- E. BOND. The Record shall support him, The board paid hills of the month and fund Mis Freeman have moved into the Cren- _. .

District No 3W. H. MCBRIDh.: and shall refuse to add the name adjourned to Wednesday. October 12th Capt J J Bishop of Biikersliurg and J shaw cottnge for a few weeks, "as' Jtr .
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District No 4-THOS. and Mrs Fenn have to take. '' '
L. HOLMJER come :
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Mr. Wolfe to the list of demo- A Harper. of this I place attended MyrtleLodge
District.. No 6-I'HOS.' J. MURRAY of The Hotel DeFr"nman. which
THE SCHOOL BOARD. No 21 Knights of Pythias at De-
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Members School Board cratic candidates for office they will manage this winter \titi
appearing
Land in session
f' regular Thursday
L" Distriut District No No2-L.1-JOHN K. CAU8KY.L. CHANDLER: in the adjoining column. The Business It Transacted at' of last week where the members night. of :Miss! part:Massey of her has building moved, and into it the looks upper \5 > Never Before miti
that conferred
Lodge them the
District. fSoa-E. F. KNAPPE. Watch for a sensation over the October Meeting.The i second degree, they having upon quite home like to see the windows i mm
previously
f ,.. this affair to spring up soon. It board. of public instruction met taken the first. From the limping draped city council with'use curtains one of and the shades lower stores The Have we carried a more m..,....

"" will come if the majority last Tuesday in regular monthly session around of Bishop and Harper on their for their meetings. Miss Massey. has W Complete Stock of /!>
The President to refer com
". ought and transacted following business. : return that lodge must have a tough bought/ :Mr Freeman's, piano.

IF the Spooner scrimmage in Wisconsin mittee persist in standing l hy An appropriation. of if 15 was made for goat to ride.Arrived i Our people had a picnic and hoeing/ W .

,, to the Peace Oonference what it has done. well at Spring Garden school at this place Thursday. WillB .bee last week Thursday. to clean np W t G FURNITURE WW(t
!, Commissioner Causey reported completion Cade. of Stetson. Will is a tine lad of I the school house grounds' Miss Willi- (m -\'
; at the Hague. Mr Holloway's. home paper. The Sun jenial' disposition and a first charter tnwski will be the principal this
of repairs at Braddock school. year
t ; contains the following interview with member of the first muster of 8 years in i and will have an assistant School began .i Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best It't
him upon the action of the Committee: It was ordered that a colored schoolbe the Capt Tue Fierson, sawmill mulligan on Monday with 16 scholars. in the t\ that is made. We want to take yon through this depart- t''
: Opinion is well nigh unani. established at Jolly's Still the pat- of Store You will 1 iin.1'the want and .
The Sun reporter culled npon Prof. guards team. Will Cede. Is a splendid higher department and twelve in the ment our /goods you
1 mous that Judge: Parker's letter Holloway in bis office "t the court bonne rons furnishing the building and equip' steady, sober and thoroughly reliable primary. m, at prices thatCAN'T m
Saturday "and' asked him regarding the ment for same. man. He always belonged to the working __.
i is u bugle blast that will be equal matter. He stated that he lied, nothingto It was ordered that blocks 6, 0, 13. 13:: sqnad of common sense. His hand- LakeHelen. W BE DUPLICATED mt

to many thousands of voters. say further than that he felt the and 17. Kingston be included in Holly some wife and pretty six months old, ,t ",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. i
: committee had treated him wrongly, Hill school district.Commissioner tot accompanied him here on a week I '
and that he had no reply to make to the Causey instructed to outing to his mother two sisters. and Mr Rob Bund has. returned from his Undertakers and Embalmers .
r In 1875 our national 'expenseswere committee other than/ the fuel that lie visit Barberville school and report at the families of his two brothers. Deputy trip North. t /t\t\ .

t $274,000,000, and the peo hatl been nominated by the p"oj>le-the next meeting as to tbe advisability of SheiiffJG( and Justice of the Peace' Capt Adams is home again': having I,!
who nominated. Jim E.God's. epect his VHi-Rtion in the gaBt.lIarl'Y .
seine people the committee establishing colored school there. Full Line of Fine Goods
i pie clamored? for reform.. Last ana placed them in --and iJanean .and Loring Mace I,' .
power angel of death entered the
An of made
$33
appropriation was
, year they were Jf582,000",000"What he did not propone to have them place for repairs at New Smyrna school. happy home of :'oIr'LUd !Mis.John Dillardof were Carl over Noble from leaves Stetson this on week Sunday:! (t Always.on hand. /j\t tt
him aside simply because they had, be..npor..onallv to entE'rR011lus
do the ? The following additional appointments Emporia and their little son, one flW
.
people say He will be a senior this
otlim wine. 1
or year. (
prejudiced old fell vie turn to the cruelvisitor's
made a
f'' have been nominated,! by the Democratic wore : year Mr Ellis\ Blake. and family: are home I
Clay Branch-Minnie Carrow, vice call. The dear little one pasnedout t J. F. ALLEN & CO.
: having
spent a pleasant in
It should be matter of congratulation poople of Florida be remarked. "I M( F. Bramtey rc lJMI1. at o'clock Friday morning after summer
Illinois.
te to the United States have by been the people nominated in fairly a clear and and nqtiarely open Holly Hill-Zello ..Jaln.TnmbnllGeorge an little illness body of was several laid to weeks its final The rest sweet in Mrs Currier and sisters are home 1 !,........- ,...,..._.,...,..."" .,...,...,..,.,..._.,....-.,....-,......-..-.-._.'-'I m
and the world that this campaign campaign, and I do not propose to permit i, Slater."' the James II urdom cemetery near from Coronado, where they have spent 9I,: e-: "\o.' I

,t.; is entirely clean of the nauseous' a few men simply bm'anse they COLORED. 1 Eldridge Saturday afternoon. The the summer. _ _ _
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have influence over others to place me DeLand-D. S. Days, |>rin; Arabella floral decorations were profuse, the Mrs Westlake left on Friday for St
and smutty personalities that in a position where I must resign from Cambridge a,at. little grave being !Utterly covered with Louis. She will be the guest: of her !
thin candidacy. I propose to stand by Daytona-Mamie Marrison. be..utlful1lowel'p.. Mr and Mrs. Dillard brother while there:
; disgraced the first Cleveland-I' the verdict of the people of Florida, Ormond-Sarah G. Moore.E. have the sympathy of the entire com Grapefruit is coloring np so fast and Why Not Drink i

) ,Blaine contest and am willing to abide by their action.' J. Paraetirions wag appointed uiunity in their sad affliction.( One the trees are so loaded that some or our

r supervisor of Ponce Park school and precious to their hearts has gone, the growers will ship a few soon to relieve PURE WATER ? '
"Work Thomas E. Tedder supervisor of Clifton voice they loved so well is stilled the the trees.
The Democratic handbook, just was never so plentifulor Mr and Mrs hi W Bond
school. place made vacant. in their home can arrived from lIE Orange City Mineral Spring \Vnler IH unsurpassed In purity bong
issued, shows that "nearly of: wages; so high as this 'ear" The Superintendent authorized to( never more be tilled. Willoughby 0, on Sunday and are acrnpying T absolutely freo Irum or nnlu mattor and poBuuttainif nilnorni opcrtica. (I"

exclaimed an enthusiastic spell- order desks. for Ormond and Holly Hill Mrs Jake Harper. who Is .a leader their winter ccttage) at Camp. especially iMtit'tioial in eases of kidney AI,'d liver iro'ible.,
of iron
and steel
( : our exports schools and teachers' desk for New hostess Caosadagn.! '1'h a w itar lies received tl"ttel'tng endorsuiuent from snub men us Eras-
c t'; goods amounting to $111,000,000) binder in Pullman, Ills., the Smyrna. 7 was o'clock at a ch"rminglyappoillted Mr Nathan Roberts, who owns a nice tus G. Smith professor of chemistry, Reloit, Colluup, Debit, \Vinranvln, one
Communication. from Grant Malonn evening dinner party at her place here has some fine cows, and is of the beet chemists. in this country; J. it. Ogden, dlie'itor New York, and
;. last sold to foreigners at other evening. His audience was popular model home on Bishop avenue
year are of Holly Hill for to send furnishing/ !good Jersey milk to a nnin-
permission a.Dr.
.at this place Saturday' last.' After Biiyotoii Clttveland, Ohio, writes "ft is. the pored 8prlng water f
:r.: about; for-C-fyhs i the price cha'rged drawn entirely from the, 7,000 children to Daytona. school refused. rocking in the cradle* of ,Inznriea and her of our puople., known tome. 1 am uittni It and recommendIng It to at he,',,.' It only needs
/' to'.Americans.'* How's that workmen who had just been laid Chairman Chandler and the Kaperlu love stories for an hour the ladies then Rev Mason Noble was t..keu11. \ very a trial I to convince anyone that It baa no superior as a tiil-lo watrr." .
.p'/.t! tendent instructed to sign", agi'eement as. proceeded in a body into Mr\ Harper'sstore suddeulv, on ,Sanctity morning ,havingtwd .Many ppoulo, have visited Orange llitv by iulf lee ol' thilr pbj iuli\na (for I
.;t .for'pr4Brity; ? t< offat. the Pullman car-shops/; to boundary of Coronado school build- where they celebrated, the general fainting spells. He is much better the urponKOfumUiiK. the Mineial.. sprIng Water, deriving gloat henetit horn'
.. 4 l .,-i r M, '. u ipg after investigation. good timo Mr B B Minsliew now, but very Weak Mrs\ Noble hash Its use. The water Is drawn, from, a subterranean Hpi'iutf 117 leet beltw the
The Superintendent reported result of weigh them.bJhaving Mrs Jake pn quite sink since her return home, surface U very palatable and alto? tlier\ tlio Hunt Water lu be found In the
; TJijecedeu'stabli1ear,, Congressman Babcock Chair. September examination and certificates. Harper 1(1.1( but is slowly, improving South >-i I I.
Mrs Lizzie .t -
pounds; : Combs 115; Miss The Orange City Mineral Sprints Watuif received the only diploma at the
,'r the-6tli.te'committee in trying to ml1on'of the I Republican committee -' Issued as result of name, which has Annie Purdom 164; Miss! Mary Harper We send four students to Stetson LhiveerJessiePelron .. bite Fair at Jacksonville. III ooiupetillouL.wlth ninny other ulnplaye.. It is
already. appeared in Record. 120; Miss. Mary Cede IfS; Miss\ D..I"y. Alice Swerdefignre, now being bottled and sent out by the OittnigoClty Mineral Kprlntf Omnnany,
t \ getlrJ'Hollofay] ", off the'ticket t is irt trouble. In 1001 Ie< The board audited bills for the month McBride lit:); Miss\ Nella 'Mann 118; L01'11I1Mill'" and Stephen Blake Miss put up In attractive style in oases. of 11 hall-gallon bottles. For further Information I : '/, "
and adjourned to the next regular }Mlon is taking' the Rccoiiii year Normal addressORANGE .
I and namiog anotlierinan\ for the wrote to.--A friend aboutthe : :Miss Elizabeth Burns of New Jersey 115

f' place"is a. dangerous'" and revolutionary tariff "Aft r 'iwe have builded'So meeting in November... Then"guards, a tinder squad command of smiling of A 0 mulligan Harper c'rmlsrt.work in the Loring college Mace and is will doing graduate Senior CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,

" \ one.' If they ,can l legally well, and many of our industries' Perkins Before State Committee. took the ladies in their horseoiuohile this We year have received the announcementof C. A. BULL N. Mgr. I Orange City Fls. ,


do this, from a. party standpoint, have become giants such 'as the Hon. J. W. Perkins, who attended i rattle ureaui traps parlor. to where Mrs Nels they Plerson's indulged ice in Mr the marriage of Miss BlanclieiWright ________________________ -________________________ ; I.
the meeting of tbe State Committee to Alfred G Lacy Lake Helen a
Jk at peo-
: they can change the entire ticket world has never knownshall another luxury.Mr .
; we Jacksonville''' Thai Saturday, crossed. Vie, have the warmest feeling for all of t. t. .
:'{ and putup, a set'of' men ,of its continue a tariff on articles that swords with tbe member from St. Johns and Mrs Peter Pierson and(laughter Mr Wright's family. Mr Wilghtowns ,'
county and the Times-Union states Mrs Merriam. delightfully entertained considerable! property here .and we'' hope
r own selection. yield no reve'nue, need no protection a large circle of their friends Friday. a
that the. member from Volnsia was they will yet make this their home TEE w. BOND co
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"evening last at elaborate .and
and the an song *
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; ; .like products master of the situation and very quickly ; ,
i ; silenced tbe St. Johns musical at their East Fiorson residenceon Faculty of Stetson. '
Mr.Oodwin i has sold his man Perkins &Itqul..k
paper, of our farms, are articles of export the banks. of beautiful Lake Alice "Ia'

1.11;, \: : tbel'Gainesville'|' Star. to Mr.; Vf, ?"How can, .such, a: policy be crushing as reply.wink, The being trouble ready wag with about a The for home was beautifully decorated at The the John following B. Stetson compose University the Faculty this ;'a MaDufactorern, of-- ".,-" 4 j

:1.; f L., Hill, and retires, from the defended? If Congress maintainsa I the resolution naming another man for the occasion.. A fine. program was Jar, and! it in one of the strongest ;
rendered
numbers
especially 1
pleasing Material
Box t :
of Schools in
Superintendent of Orange
place faculties in the
.J} history of this l institu PineappleJCratesReacja.'lT
.
: .newspaper business, accepting a tariff on such articles, the I Mr. Holloway. The following is the being rendered by James Bradshuw, Tr, tion. ,
v' of the Times-Union I the string band leader, and t bet charming Crates Orange and Peach Baskets Straw! 5i, "
with report : ,
position turpentine',
", a whole theory of ,protection falls James W. Perkins piano musical selections old time President, Dr. Lincoln Hulley; dean ; I

'- pany, We ara.sorry to lose Mr., to the, ground.:" against the adoption of spoke such a resolution eloquently, favorites. in love with country life etc. and orofetwor of Greek, Dr. C. 8. Farris; :45 berry Baskets". etc- -3 "> 1 jK." >*
dean of law ;
school A J. Far
by Miss Enla Farrell and M las Mary rah; pro- 4'
Godwin i He contended that the ,,,,,,,,,
: from the of the telegram from .
press II' --or .
Cade. Mrs (J H Merriam also entertained lessors of law" O. D. Landls anti L. CMaaseyi iI:
State.. He't' ,: enterprising! All Jews are' ''denied passport Holloway he was unquestionably settled the matter the nominee and that of the circle with several new : dean technological school A. Orders Filled Promptly k'and-isfijpped.'A; : l1ft> : j jII'
selections During the K Dander; niathematics.. J. A. Smith s ... :
by Russia to travel in or to visit the Democratic for evening dainty ; '
editorial
,newspaper man, an ent of Public Instruction.party Superintend refreshments were served by the charm. history and chemistry, O P. Carson; where. A,;$i;.,c: .i': ,

writer of force1but we are pleased .. their friends and relatives in Mr. Mickler St. Augustine Ing hostess Depot Agent Jim L Bailey biology and physic Dr. J. F. Baerecke; II' it' .
that attempted with his splendid, cheerful disposition, Latin E. (}J Baldwin, : English W. W. a' Address t ,t" : ', .
The this .
Jews
that he has some.thiug 'better Country of to get Mr. Perkins in a hole by asking : it -1
presided as Judge Advocate; Reynold Frost; French Miss Senegas; Spanish. (. ,' 'I
froin'a ) country have been trying to have questions but met with a timely Farrell Miss Wilson, German, Miss ; TH.EWB'O'CO. ; .
r. ]
... .;;;. flnane1astandpoint.. and able rebuke. Mr. Miokler asked: Engene Pierson and Charlie Lagergren; ,
a'a' "c'a
domestic *
: ) Smith acted science Mrs O. P. Carson '
: 'interced'e'intheir as Aidecamp. ; J I
? ': our government 'to "Mr. Perkins, is it not a fact that '. '
''w7,!'>."' Tbere'Ianot'a voted for the resolution this elocution and physical culture for women .h- \ Lakettelen, Fl : =. I' "
'i.., sentence the beha.f.) 'and have'Russia to you mornIng Miss Morrison; art, Miss Hill: .Is ,;
and that yon have been endeavorIng Coronado.Mr e f ... :
'J e'pubIican platform, says,Judge modify thi8 law1 which 'precludes 11 I!I to bring about the nomination of a business department, B. J. McDongall(! : A : s.eklL5" :
in '' i friend of yourst" stenography Miss. Spencer normal practice r** .* > >. > .***.*.* ** >** *>.>. .**.**. ; .*
l' ?rker, his. ,letter of acceptance their entering' that. country, but1 J O Krnlder la visiting. his family : schoolMiss Stella Vincent; ussistani
Jyr+ ,, recommending a reduction so far nothing has been done )I Yea I voted for tbe resolution this at the hotel. normal school. lilies Aleinerta Leltner; S ', ',
by morning. but I desire to call the gentle Is mathematics,, F. D. Sears music director t.1.mp'ee'Pie '
Everyone and
repairing cleaning ; fit
..: I :)in government* expenditures ; not t the Washington government in'''' man's attention to the fact that the np getting ready for the winter Reason. A. 0. :Morse; voice culture. Miw $ rni. in cooling, 'Guv.; '

-a. word sUggesting that the in reply of Mr. Holloway makes it plain Katherine Crawford; piano Mrs. C. 8. EC'GLES Cermg and spouting'' ,Pump' j
Arrivals .
the matter; If Judge Parker l is I that he is to be the Democratic nominee. at Seaside Hotel are: Miss Ferris I ,
violin. Mm. O. .
I rcreejntlieccst 1 of the'War De- elected -will see that the Jew Thin committee baa no right to take a Laura DeLand Gardner'Jacksonville, ; Mr Reeve', principal; Miss Clarlbel B.Stubbs Rosa;, l and dt JL t JM! J repaired, veUs" nd tank .mad '
Miss Pattlllo
,, .,.parttnehfc('from( $34,000,000; under ish citizens of this country 'are I rome man off down that and ticket.forcing Asking him to him do to so Onr school; opened ,Monday DeLand.with the bursar C. B.--Bosa.Jurori .-- ':'toj .order. 'Repairing of allTinsmith /1',

,7' Cleveland. In 1880; to 4115,000 permitted l'! to visit that country ''are two different propositions." Mr. usual number of pnpils. A good year's fAir Criminal Court. & Plumber.' kln ?.. Satisfaction-guaranteed.! t

L' ooo-' 1004should, 'be inquired ju.t' as' .citizens ''of 'any other the Mickler character appeared of the so reply well satisfied that be offer-from ment work of will Miss be Pattillo.done under the manage. Sheriff Turner completed, this week, door west'.of'banlc' Indiana: .'. 'at"S

p'do: ; a.1ia<< 'for ed farther tbe summoning of jurors for the October Shops next Avenue"0' :
$ calling The l
.I; : nationality. 'areIt, 'is a cruel[ no questions. Seaside Hotel will undergo a term qf the criminal, court, and they : .: ,
(... a 4oD ,of those!' 'depart* treatment of our Jewish citizens (The vote on the :resolution wee 81 to 1 7 complete change this fall; everythingwill are as follow: :
: : In Itt favor Those be pot In first'class order. It will! -
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:" votingagainst It F W Maley, B O Lindber A 3 -
_ s&I.. 'at the ? goVernment 'jn.has and this government should t take i being Dr. MoKlnstry, J. M. Muldon byI'rosy. be Cue of the best hotels on the Florida Knight Geo Woodward. Dan ,Black PORcrnTJ : ,

,SdlIp4lL '. been. : >;e- some -action in the matter in 1 U K. Dozier, Max Reif, J.'W.Perklea. coast. welder, W L Abboil, D W Stewart. W DON'T ":.wa DO: (o j frWrk'\'
'. their : A. C.: Biimnl, Jr., by proxy, Snrf fishing never wa better. Mr Onthrie, Wm Pa<\IJeU. Wade Black- _

: ." behalf... and George I* BaJtl. Owen Connor, of Tangerine holds the welder, J L True, E4 FrencK: .' j



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-- IdE NfWS LOCAL. .SYNOPSIS.. .. new New hosiery writing papers at Brill's.. Also Me Far June and Cheney Spoke to large A WELL DRESSED MM ;


I'llE IMPORTANT SEWS ITEMS: OF New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at Crowd at Court Honse. ..

Q. W. Fisher's.Mr. -
II i ryI { diE FAST WEEK.!: Messrs. M. B. McFarlane and John
J. A. Srlckfton left Monday on a M. Cheney republican candidates for 1 1a

business to Governor and Congress respectively. -
trip Daytona.Joe '
Local Bvnd ."0..t7 It.m. for ttPap.rBrl.i ...1'1. spoke to a good size crowd at the courthouse ;' .1

Mention or Vnou8..n a. Zeigler baa !returned from a summer's last, Saturday night, Ex-Mayor IS FAIR TO'ASSUME

I visit.at the old Kentucky home. i O. F. Fish presiding over the meeting IT .
bY our Itaport.r.
Mr. T. M. Aldridge; Orange City's Mr. Cheney was the first to speak,
I 1 W r new merchant, was in town Thursday. and from a republican standpoint made that: you want 'to be
W. S. Taylor Denltst. He
'n a rattling good speech. was gentle ?
Mr. C. H. Curtis of Blnffton, north manly in his address, and pleased the '
New school stationery at Brill's.Dr. well dressed: Most
men
end, was at the county seat Wednesday crowd, both republicans. and democrats
Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. present. While he criticised his opponent I r.

Our topic this week, is full of interest and Fisher bus the school books and school Mr. H. S. Winters. was here from and the democratic. party, it was 1 do. Well dressed means'
if we undertook to discourse upon all the supplies.Mrs. Jacksonville the latter part of the week. done in a gentlemanly manner. When

good points, it would be to the exclusion of Qnarterman was in town fromHighland Mr. Rufus Britt returned the litttrr :I Record he spoke said at DeLand that be four was years u.young ago man The ya ul rr>i tk to wear clothes correct in j
.
everything else. "To make a long story' Park Monday. part of the week' from a trip to the from Orlando who parted bin hair. in eYt, H
short it's World's Fair. the middle both of which he plead not ; r
Mr. Ellis Blake the other is fine style that fit; J that are made
was at county Mr. E. T. Gross returned Saturday" guilty' the night Cheney a ,
fellow and his democratic.friends. regret
neat from Lake Helen Monday.
from a visit to his former homo at that ha is II
Mr Ap RosNotter in town from a republican.Mr. ofgood: materials and tailored -,
1 was Lexington, Ky. McFarlane "address, too was' I
GOODS Enterprise' the first of the week. The C""fortClob" met at Mrs Mo- conservative and went into no severe '

DRESS Mr. Henry J. Clifton was hero Wednesday Bride's Wednesday night, the gentlemen criticism democratic" of candidate.the democratic He was party making or the i' c in such a way as to

from the north end wjttion.Messrs. attending.
H sacrifice to be Governor of Florida, .
Dozier and Lukens were Piano Tuning-Wade', the tuner will but he wanted to bent Capt Broward, keep their style and, fit.

Drang. City visitors to DeLand Tuesday.Mr. begin his fall 1'00111llere next week. and beleved he could do more for the

we have in mind. Never before have we Maynard. Bond, of Tho E. W. At Hutchinson Hall. people By democrats than the and democratic republicans nominee.Mr. Mo { w while you wear them. We,

had such a Complete Stock, and never before Bond Co., was at the county seat Mon- A set of four Japanese Beauties will Farlane\ held in high esteem as. a I

has so much care been taken in the 3ay.. be !given with each 25o) bottle ot gentleman and citizen but he will have them at Fountain's..
never be Governor of Florida. He is ,
i. selection of Styles. We hat'ethe! : ]latest! Editor Pratt of The Seabreeze was Uedarlne. J. F. Allen & Co. Collector of Customs at Tampa, one of I -

over from the coast the first ot the It has been fine weather the past the beet paying Federal offices in the S 1// { I "

week. week or so fir sariug hay, and the State. S h ; AGENTS FOR STETSON AND NO- ,
The two local republican factions, } ,
Silksat The DeLand Public School in one of farmers have been busy at it. dFI
I Changeable( headed by Postmaster Hibbard for one NAME HATS
the largest and besc public schools in The Winter Social Club has sent out and Mr. 7. T. Bielby for the other,

Florida. invitations to its opening hop, which created conuidernqle interest over the I
coming of these distinguished republican -
r Gasolene Stove, three burners, good comes off at the Putnam on Friday
The of Dress Goods nominees and bosses in the republican WALKOVER: AND QUEEN QUALITY
$1.00 a yard. prices R. night next week
condition. for sale cheap. Apply to party of Florida.

range from 25 cents to $2.00 a yard. 0. Knowles. Mr. A. E. Voyle, one of the prominent A meeting was held the night! before SHOES ,

Extensive repairs are going on up at young men of Alachua county has and a Roosevelt-Fairbanks Club organized ". -
with Mr. Hibbird President and
the Putnam. before it opens for the resumed his studies in the Uw depart. Resistant Bnshnell secretary.
postmaster
Come Early and Have Your Choice winter season. ment at Stetson. The officers of this club notified by

Dr. Manson now drives one of the Mrs Judge Minor S. Jones! and three postal card every person in town of the VIM.FOUNTAINI
horses in the State. He bought Saturday night meeting and they were
prettiest children will come to DeLand to reside for the Copyright by
1904
Osteen. making !great preparations
it of Kirby
here during the school the childrento
year event. Hart Schaffner & Marx Gent's Furnishings and Shoes
Hutchte Poorer i is back at Fountain's
attend Stetson. So was :Mr. Bielby and Mr. J. E.

MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY TOI shoe and clothing store, Mr. Stevens returning County Commissioner McBride came Blselow, the. latter chairmen of the --
to Delaware.Mr. county committee. Mr. Bielby is the
in from Seville Sunday. He and Mrs. Congressional committeeman from this THE DeL.i>D HIGH SCHOOL I I A Kick From a School Patron.To .
)
Futch of has.
Georgia purchaseda McBride recently returned from. twomouths' county, and a shrewd worker in poli the Editor of The Record:
lot on East Rich Ave. and has let the The 'Term' Opened Tills Week With I
contract. for 43,000 home trip to New York. tics.Mr. Is it the duty of our school teachers
a The Business Men's League. will holdan Hibbard secured the finest team Over 200 Iu Attendance.The I to teach, or are they simply required to
Mrs. E. L. McBride was hostess at in DeLand, and went to Orange City to hear the pupils recite the lessons which
.1 Geo A. Dreka Co.Arms the meeting of the DeLand Ladies'' important meeting at the council meet and bring the speakers in from the DeLand High School opened have been prepared at home with the
Card Club Thursday afternoon. rooms tonight, Friday, and members I East Coast train, but Bielby and Bige- last Monday with an enrollment of help of the parents on all difficult :J
.are earnestly requested to be present. low, with a nobby turnout, had. preceded :JUi, and the year promises to be the I points My boy of fourteen, who is in :'1
Mesnrs. A. E. Gleason. .and O. L. the Hibbard. team. going to the most prosperous in the history of theschooPrincipal the eighth grade, came. home saying/ "
i Brock were the New England home- Hon. J. Hall Brnmsey returned the Lake Helen station, having telegraphed Hulvey and the assistants that his teacher had. told the pupils of

comers this week arriving Tuesday.Mrs. latter part of the week from a visit to the party that they would meet them are now down to hard work i I of that grade that they must prepare all ,.,-
and the students to make I
--- St. Louis. His sister returned South there. Hibbard< returned alone, and are the I )but two of their lessons home. Now, '
Dr. Davis and the children returned rolling in the most of the opportunities given them.
soon came Bielby over if the l pupils are not with the teacher,
with him and has" resumed her studies hard shelled streets with the gubernatorial Miss Blanche Wood, one of the teachers .
I Saturday from Georgia, where how can the teacher teach them or help
II II I at Stetson. and congressional. aspirants. has not yet arrived, and ProfHulvev them over the difficult parts, which
they spent the summer at the old home.
has her classes
in addition to
t I- Mrs. G. P. Healy" and Ron William B. Bielby had the laugh on Hibbard, one must be explained to young children
Miss Erhart entertained the Spinsters of bin shrewd moves on the political his regular work until Miss Wood I think the remedy for so much night-
Club Saturday afternoon, serving dainty were at DeLanJ the first of the week. checker board" However Hibbnrd had arrives, hence he has not been able to I work is to assign shorter lessons and,

The refreshments after the afternoon amuse Mrs. Healy has been spending the sum bin. inning later, as he hud, the speakers look after details as he wishes. have fewer studies. Select the essentials .
College ments. mer North, and Will Is yet with the F. as his guests after the speaking and en- The patrons and public should give sad let the non-eseentiale go. Un- .
E. C. By. at St. Augustine tertained them until the hack left with the principal and the assistant teach less ail of our boys and girls .are to be
Mrs. S. P. Hays, at The Oaks this them for the Junction to meet the midnight ers their hearty co-operation and en- lawyers governors etc., why should
-- afternoon will entertain the DeLand, Rev. Boseborongh, appointed from train.SOUTH. couragement, that the year may be they be required to study civil government .

Ladies' Card Club, complimentary to Tennessee by the Presbyterian Synod to as it to successful be.Following. as Prof. Hulvey hopes ? Let those who expect to hold

DeLAND. FLORIDA the members. do evangelical work In Florida, will! FLORIDA FAIR. -- is the enrollment in the these offices take a special course In
studies later on, but don't cram and,
It was regular summer weather the bring his family to DeLaud for his different grades: crowd the minds of our children 'so that"
First Grade. . . .. . .. 28
children to attend Stetson. Inclination for
have time the
lastter of last and the first of thin they no or
part Volnsla to lie There With11 Exhibitof
for Guests December 20 Second Grade. ... . . 29 recreation much need.
. Opens week some of the hottest weather we The young ladies of Stetson have re- Her Resource Third Grade. ... . . .. 2J: they so A MOTHEA.

have had this year. organized the basket. ball team with Fourth Grade. .. ... .. . 28
'.' a Mr. Pardee returned Sunday from a Miss Lora Fish as manager; Miss Jackson There is great interest being taken by Fifth Grade... . . ... In -- - .
people throughout South Florida in the Sixth Grade.. ._. .. . .. 30
vacation spent in Alachna county, andis as captain of the Nips and Miss South Florida Fair to held 1 at SPECIAL NOTICE
great
.
: Under the management of JOHN Q. HOLLAND Seventh Grade. . . 24
again behind the dry goods counters Harriet Fnller of the Tucks. Tampa next month. It now promisesto Eighth Grade. .. ._ . 13
F at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE at G. A. Dreka & Co. Boarding House of 23 rooms. all well be one of the biggest agricultural Ninth Grade. ... . .. 8 The next visit of
and horticultural fairs ever held in the Tenth Grade. ..'. . . 2 DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA
County Commissioner Rnfns D.
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack furnished, full electric light equipment, btate. Tampa and Hillsboro county

J other information Brooke of the south end district, was sanitary closet bath, hot and cold are making every preparation to providefree Total. . . . . . . 204 THE
Mountains.) For rates and here the first of the week attending! the water; house nearly new and centrally of cost for all exhibits sent iu from Eye, Ear, Hose( and Throat Surgeon
October session of his board the various counties, and many of the
apply, before November 15, to Mr. Holland, located in DeLand( It is for sale or counties of South Florida will have ex- The family. of Mr. J. S. May who to DeLand. will be

Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. A new County Tax Assessor is at the rent. A good chance. Apply to I E. H. tensive and beautiful exhibits. of their have England been, arrived spending home/ the this summer week.in New I''I Saturday, October 8.
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wilson, a Hayward. He has other furnished various products. In fact the Fair

HOLLAND can be addressed at fine 10-pound boy Wednesday morning, houses listed one of 13: rooms, with management is now enlarging the main ,, _. _.._
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Dr. Mnnson attending physician.Mr. modern appointments for rent Othersfor building to accommodate the wants of .-.'... .,.. ,.. ..... .. .. .........
rent, also for sale at attractive. the several counties to send< in exhibits t'r....,....,.r.r.r.r.r.r.r r.r.Z r.r.s.r.r.r .r4. .
Denny did not preach at the prices. and suitable prizes are offered for every ,
THE COLLEGE ARMS exhibit advertised. This list can be
Presbyterian church Hut Sunday on account Hon. H. P. Bailey, one of the democratic had by return mail by addressing the School Books

DeLand, Florida.METHODIST of a severe sore .throat. He expects nominees for presidential elector, management of the Fair', Tampa.. The JJ5 jjj:
be able fill the will be b20: COO
I to to appointment was at DeLand. from Tampa. the first of principal building by II'fh
Sunday. feet and, an stated above exhibits can \
the week and male this office a pleasant be sent in free. The railroads will
County Commissioners Rodgers and call. He was. here principally: in charge nothing to transport and bring ANDSchool \ fbI

Murray and School Commissioner the interest of the South Florida Fair back any article to be exhibited. !m I ill

___ ___ _n __ __ Knappe came over from the coast Monday to be held in Tampa next month, one of Tampa and Hillsboro county are
i to attend the. October meeting of held in the State. showing a commendable and public n Supplies :
the Fairs
biggest ever
: CHURCH SOUTH.Near Services! at the First M. E. Church. their boards. enterprising spirit in making this
I Mr. Bailey. is a prominent lawyer of Fair the greatest ever held in Florida. (m ill
Mr. aud Mrs. Frank S. of
': corner: lllch Avenue and Boulevard Rev. L. S. Rader, D. D.. of Miami, Taylor our State, and is putting Inconsiderableof Tampa is a most wonderful city, growing -
-i'us tors' Studs Umrch. presiding elder of Jacksonville district Orange City were in town Monday.Mrs. his time for Parker and Davis. at a great rate, has about 110,000 inhabitants If'r-AT -'-
morning and evening at will preach at the First M. E. Church Taylor leaves. Monday t j spend a and one of the most prosperous l l lhji
Preaching
usual hour Sunday. Prayer meetI. next Sunday:! morning and evening. month or two at Columbus, Ohio with Mr. Scott Hodgkins has had erected a cities in the State.
every
inn: Wednesday evenings 7:80 All are cordially. Invited. her sister Mrs Sinks. beautiful drinking fountain for man. At the Fair. there will be no end of ji Q. W. FISHER'S iuft t

Sunday school 10 a. m. --- The Weklva Baptist Association is ip and beast on the Boulevard in front of amusements a regular midway, with
Junior and Senior Epworth Leagueat District Conference and \ some of the best show attractions. to be )
Jacksonville made of
his carriage It is _
8 and 6,80: p. m, respectively. session at this place today ending the repository. hud, in the country, all clean and first. 1i,.,._. ._._..........._._._._._......_._._._..... l.
You are invited to attend all these Epworth League Convention. session tomorrow. Dr. Lincoln Hnlley the gray: sandstone brick from the Bond class, shows to which you can safely eeee: : : -:ee: -: eee: : :-: e-: :. ::

services. '" J. E. MIOKLEK, Pastor. The .Jacksonville .District Conference will preach the morning sermon at the Sandstone Co. of Lake Helen. It is take j our family.

-----.+--- and Epworth J League Convention of the Baptist church Sunday.Mr. under a large oak tree, where the sun The management sends out the announcement -

The U. D. C. will meet at the home St. Johns River Conference will con. L. H Roberts was In town from never gets to it. The faucets work that !great interest. is being'
in the First M. E Church, De. taken in the Fairthiongbout the North > vene
NOW IS APPLY
THE TIME TO
'
is
and there large
of Mrs. H. D. Bracy" Monday ibth': at Land Oct. 10-18.' The session will\ Orange City Monday. He entered his automatically, a East. and West, and the railroads. have

3UIJ: P'F. ..._ commence at 7.13: Monday evening' withan ion Joseph at Stetson:! for the year. He trough for horses and a small one on on a rate from those sections of $20 a i 1
The October tirui of the criminal address by Rev. J. R. Troxel of tad family returned Friday last from a the ground for dogs and cats and a for the round. trip which is certain to Famous

court will meet on Tuesday next, but Daytona state-superintendent of the summer spent in New Jersey.Mr. hydrant and cup for people.Mr. bring thousands of people from the ,
docket the court Florida Anti Saloon League, followed North to Florida, and many are comingto
tbei ia before
light I /
a and Mrs. E. W. Bond, father and and Mrs Edw. Fitzgerald. departed und build homesin FRUIT ,AND VINE 1
I \ for the.term. I II by a sermon by Dr. 'F. M Kemper, of Sunday afternoon for DeLand.followed locate with us, to ;:N
Jacksonville. mother of the Bond brothers of this the State.It .

Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday county, arrived Saturday last from the legions of by warm-hearted the sincere and regret devoted of will be seen from the proceedingsof For Next Year's Crop of Fruit. i iIt
I Insure: with us. the Conference will convene at 9 a. m. 0. howe and their the Board of County Commissioners
at
Wlllonghbv, are friends. Seldom is it the good fortune #
and continue throughout the day. Ad. VolusiO will be represented at this great
will the Tree in condition
) Orange splendid to \
I Is the time. cottage at Camp Casoadaga for the win of a couple to be as universally esteemed put go
.
Now drenseg and papers will be given on Fair. Hon. H. P. Bally\ of a, appeared "
.and beloved the the winter and to immense bloom another
by a community as behalf through put on an
and followedby Board in of
timely Important subjects before the an ,
I Spot cash for losses. discussion Good music will ter.Mr. people of Daytona. entertained' for Mr. Inspect the fine and .splendid condition of
open H. A. Wright of Glenwood is and their exhibit at this fair, and after presenting year. appearance
and Mrs.
U should be protected. be rendered conducted by Prof. Blinn, back from Viking, down on the East of Fitzgerald our city will doubtless recollections the matter to the Board of the f importance trees, and the full crops, where MAfES)' has been used. s
of Jacksonville. Song service by large to have Volnsla among other South r
R you insured? choir every. evening, followed by address Coast, where he has been since early spot always in remain memory's with WI&OIte"them as They"a bright.are Florida counties represented, the Commissioners IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS, '
and sermon. summer shipping his crop of pineappleand promptly decided that the

Every company reliable. To all of these services the public is looking after his orange grove iu followed kindest and to their nest wishes new home of Duytima's. by the county should be represented Here is For Prices, eto., see or write f
very cordially invited. that section. an opportunity for Volnsia county to be
loss of thin
hen does policy expire? ..- entire populace. Daytona's represented at a Fair that. is attracting' E. L. POWE
yyf your Misses Neal and Freeman of Magnolia popular couple is DeLand's incomputa attention throughout the country. Let Agent, _
A load of
car was shipped
oranges
our in force? Studio are exoected home today. from ble Iraln.-Daytolln Gazette News. to work and
1 [III ) policy the people now go preparean
f from the Austin, east of town.Thia -- DeLand, Florida. 4
will indeed be credit
rove a visit to the World's Fair. The first of exhibit that a
Is the of New
Telephone number sldeen.HONINSURANCE crop Miss fifluid's Piano (tecIt I. We have the product -
to our county. ---
Orleans bought for 3400.. Mr. S. J. the week they wen in attendance nt and
AGENCY. Hodges has the contract to gather this the National Convention of Photographers The following Is a program of a piano the that exhibit will compete be with gathered any county with ,little -. ;
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I ....' crop, and his son James. one of the ex at St. Louis recital given by Miss Uou1<1's pupils at trouble and no expense to the citizens '>C.
pert orange packers of the State, is the Putnam on Friday even Intlept.IIO!\ : : "J
will and at of this is one of
U us seeing to the gathering' and packing.The Mr. J. C. Robinson, merchant peach 1 Gvpsv Dance. Four Hands Hunt Judge Stewart: county

Stetson and DeLand. regular marketing, of the crop will- and orange grower of Seville was at Evelyn Ackroyd Eva Klicker exhibit the board from of judges Volusia, .,.and and is wants doing a what good 1 W. A. ALLEN CO <:i'
\ begin now in a week or so.Ftidger's .
the county seat the first of the week. 3 Studies With tbe Teacher he can for such an exhibit. Oar people .
Mr. Robinson has .a fine crop of oranges ... Earline Vinzant h Gladys Heard should all interest themselves in $. II'
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o. Gladys Hon d. Blanche Klicker this matter. Let the world know that and Jewelers.Drugs }"
-t. ,FFFF FFt ......................................... ry He and believes has about in selling disposed the of fruit them at f.home o. b. 8 a. Etude. we have one of the best and finest Druggists .

r b. Bong Without Words. Mendelssohn counties in Florida "
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At the Apron Sale given by the Public -
Amanda Larson --- ;; N
y BreadTh T ,
1 School Improvement Society at the 4 Hobgoblein. Nurnburg Mathes-Forbes Law Salts. ." J
Stationery, ,,. ,
White Front last Saturday:! afternoon Robert Ely The pleas In the Lena Mathes and J.

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W rise la price of bread stuffs and remind yon that we have not ; pnbllo school fund. Mrs. Hays was Prime Marguerite. Davis J. B. Stetson have been filed In the Kodak Supplies :': ,

) =: decreased the size or weight of our loaves, as have moat of ; manager; Mrs. J. F. Allen in charge of 6 b.a. Pas Cradle redouble.Song. Kohler United are very States voluminous court at, Jacksonville made so by and the Florida Souvenirs, t,! '>ri

I y tne leading bakers of the country No Rise In Prices. T' apron sale, Mrs. W. A. Allen and Mrs. large number of counts .In the declara Toilet Requisites, ; ; ;;

= ; McBride served tea and Mrs. Wood- tion. In the case of Forbes vs. Stetson s't:
ward and Mrs. Coen sold the cream. 7 Military Marche. Four Hands. there were twenty-elffht pleas; in the Watches Dr. Mellette's

FUDQER'S BREAD ; [SchurbertSecondo !! case of Mathes vs. Stetson there were Clocks, t ":1 :ti;
In column will be
... our professional Robert Bly thirty-one pleas; in the case of Forbesvs. '
'" found the card of Hon. J. Hall Dram- 8 La Chasse. Four Hands Schlesinger Mrs. Stetson there were nine pleas, Jewelry, I ,k i

j I. .. W Is cheaper delivered at your homes, than yon can make your := sey, whose office is over Fisher's drug(! Pnmo, Sidney Davis and in the case of Mathes vs. Mrs. Stet. Silverware 1 '. .

= own bread, considering the advance of floor over one dollar ... store. Mr. Brumsey graduated from 9 a. Elude. Czernyb. son fourteen pleas. The pleas contain Cut Glass ;

;, y per barrel within the past six weeks, and you escape the heat t. I the law department of Stetson last At the Brook. Schelmann 905 pages of typewritten matter on legal t "
and divided '
size are np among 1 Goods ,{ftli
Eva Klicker paper Optical
t ... l' and worry of baking days !Phone us a trial order, and we '" spring, and will follow his professionhere. "Not guilty;" "Truth in .

'1 : are tore yon will become a permanent customer. = He Is a bright young man and 10 Lied ohne Frank Worte.Smith Gnrlitt tense netiication"; "Paivilegoj'1; 8elf-d:! "> Fountain .Pens; E te1, r "'jillt.:ii ;
and of "Fair comment and criticism I
"'-'"' = starts out In professional/ with every II The Juggler. EnglemAn on; the management of a public In- f ; },x":
St. Elmo Bakery promise of a brilliant success. He f it Evelyn Ackroyd stitution." The plaintiffs mast now NEXT TO POST O F,, ICE: :. :
'Phone
6S ready to attend, to. any legal. buulucssyonhavev I 19 Le Carillon. Four Hands. Rlnguet demur or join issue on these pleas. bet Itfft!.

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Notice of Final Discharge. [ Notice of Final
, HAPPY; ; j',' > > J, MA NES OFTHE DESERT. Discharge. ATLANTIC :COAST LINE i

r ," iIRUEUMATI. Notice Is hereby. given (bat six months ]Notice. hereby) given Ibat six months ,
: Hqk :' ::4 ( Uir*:> .a' the Monotony of SUJpou ..._ Rlturtlute towII on the Slit day Kuliruary afterdate towltt: On the first day ol December -
h' 1\M'II.1\ will apply 10 lion. J Lee MuOrory. A 11104,1 will present my final
; : ( lluinun Dmlmm. I Cimnty JulKH( < f VolUHla County, Florliln 50000511: t .D hdmlnlfltrator: of the estate ol
f 1 one wher health abound "The Hlli'iice of the desert bus a mad- for my Unul discharge tie Administrator 01 William A. Cone deceased, to the County The Great Through: 'Car Line From 'Florida

,With Impur*blood UMMCSWIK I lenlug ll vt'ur"-tbe' bUlDftO.bral..." IfJ'It the estate, of Miii.th" J. Du..tUjdUOt',1, Judge of Vnlnsia county, Florida and ask
for. Unitl discharge. as such administrator
be good health. said trntelor whose experiences are
r' H Administrator
Dated this the 27lh day of May ID.4
t With a dr ordere ColumbuS Ohio, May :aa, 1903.
else deriving
be b!ood.' more severe than anything Administrator
caanot fcood Its vutlre pain from mental effect. Six: years ago I had a severe attack of Notice. To East THE ATLANTIC COAST 'LIKE 'via Charleston 'Kich
Rheumatism. I laid ) .
w up]
Inflammatory:
The monotony of.silence If worse than ji bed for six months and the doctors I Node la hereby )glvi n hat( the unilcrKiu'd .- Notice of Final Discharge. the mond and Washington.: : '

I nuy other kind. Had did me no good. They changed med. tins qiialltlcd na .Ibe Executrix of the
Tutt Pills' "Tiike u man away from the bum of Iclnes every week and nothing they prescribed KHIHIO. Jerumlub McOriitb. and a'l oredl- Notice Is hereby given that six: months To The Lonlaville & Nashville via Montgomery.
the work of men and send him out on seemed to help me. Finally Ibo hues, IvvKtei's. heirs nrd dlftrtbutees will after date towlti On tbe first aay..f De lest' }
I' bur, A O ) I will final The The Mobile & Ohio K. R. via Montgomery.
,I the alkali deserts and the deep silence gall the\lIIeofS.S.S. My knee and elbow |pr'sollt their olnlms within two years from cora IDII4. present my 5 ,
joints were swollen terribly and at one ibis dale, o> the name will be forever .account" admlnlstiator of tbe estate of
\. I hevomos awful and Is sometimes un- I barred Snean Del'rattn deceased to the County
revivify the torpid LIVER and re totY. I hoiirnblo. All nt once without any Limo my Joints were so swollen and painful BAnAl K. MeOIlA'I'U.o JlKlno! of Volimla county! Florida andes Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New \
Its natural action.A previous symptom some member of that 1: could not close them when 'l'iiieJtuly I', 11)04.) ExecuU-lv.!: for a llnnl dlHoharire aa such administrator. To East York. Philadelphia and Boston. .
opened. I was so bad that I could not o -- Iut) <'( .able tho 271h duty til M.)'. 115)4rEriuto ) The Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore
suddenly, with a --
the party may stop discouraged .
knee foot. I getting
LIVER move or was ONE
healthy' mean piii I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Trani ort.ttloDVia
dazed look his taco and a wild exprcsHlon when I S. s. Notice "i>
on you may be sure, began of Final Discharge Administrator.' for Baltimore and Philadelphia.
blood. Ste..mship.Comp..ny
Ue Is dangerous it I continued
lu his eye S.,but Isaw was helping me
Pure blood mean health.. confusion and I sound well Nolli'U Is hereby nlvun. tn..t tbo undersigned -
Ills ruiison Is torn In wild it, to-day am man
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Uunidiun of L Colby I'hk'rlvll will
Health means happiness. or anybody familiar infurtutes and have never had a return of the disease Ib_ To KEY WEST vi PENINSULA .
: Anything in Ut day nf Mnrcb. D ID\ ' if S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me ils tiiirtl ncooiint to the (otintv Jud OCCIDENTAl -
HODGKIN'SWagon STEAMSHIP
Take no Substitute.', All DrugzUb him. e 01 K&'iNA. f ,CO.:, -if i,, ,
of Rheumatism after
be dlsnrmed and bound at of this severe case Vnlutin' County: Kl ruin'' at bin otllce ntDi'Liiud. "
"Ha must everything else had failed. I have rec- ) an I cult hat th,' sumo tin allowed.) -r- ;-"l: ?", ',iaf '. r
V -- -- once or lie. will iloal death to the whole commended it to others. with good results. J. D. I'ltlCK:, Interchangeable mileage tickets good over is',000 miles of the principal railwayof

;Guard.. :;' .. pnrty. Tlo 'Is I poxHcssed of 'desert mad- R. II. CHAPUAN. "I bin .Vug U.: 1110! Uiiurdlnn.. Shop the Southern States are on sale by the pelncipal> agents t, .KJfor .
Oar ness.' brought on by the monotony of 355 Mt. Vernon Ave. complete information call on E. L. Powe, Ticket agent, or address
> There are 0.000 burning lights and silence. Hi millers excrnclutlug mental Notl,'.. of Application for Tux flood rhroiiKti Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa to New York vis Atlunllu East Const: Line

I Blgnata stretched along the American anguish. lIe needs to be relieved The poisonous acids that produce the Inflammation Under Suction U of Chapter 488, DeLAND, FLA. also vie Atlantic Const Line and Southern lUilwnj', .

; _ate. forming a perfect link so that t by being brought back to his accustomed and pain are absorbed into the Laws of Florida. FllANK 0. BOYLSTON Commercial Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling I'ass A enj1JO ;
blood and Rheumatism can never be con
the navigator inever need be beyond surroundings. quered till these are neutralized and filtered Nolle, uU lieioby. plven that A. do liury.MireliHH"r Everything/; in Wagons, Buggies, Carts Wast Bay Street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
sight of one of the beacons. One thouF "On this nccount zen used to the out of the blood and system. S. S. S. nt. 'l'ax 1 itlHcute Nn.O.'ll.' : dii.ted eto, manufactured and, repaired in my H. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager W.J. CUAIU General Pusuengei agent

and of rthesa are.located on the At- desert refuse to go out with those with directly into the circulation and at. tbe H'M .I"y 01'.10"41." A. 0.> 1WHI.) has H 1.,1s.II.rlllh'lIlo Shop\ in the very best workmanship Wilmington ]North I'arollua.
lantio coast. 1.800'are' scattered along goes ,! I :I I In my olllr-e. HI d baa. iniidu known Only first-class men employed]
whom well acquainted. The tacks the disease itself It purifies and restores ,
they ore '<|>l lli-iitli'ii: I lor> to ix ,r..e.lln I-eisa I In accord anIiI'Htol".a
rivers Inland waterways. COO work turned out. I have
the and
; mad man is not likely to attack a the blood to a healthy, vigorous men Wi tOt law j bud' reitillctitH' cmbr"cen :
t on the'iII'Ollt'lak& nod 200 on the Fa- stranger. If there Is no friend in the condition. It contains no potash, alkali or 11,11, fnllowIn;; deceit I bail pioperty situated,' ately adJeil to my plant a Florida East Coast 1
Ii' cIlia coast .Of the grand total. Including party his madness la likely to assort other strong minerals i I III Viilnslii. uiiiint, )', Klmlcln, tuwlt: i : : Ry.

lighthouses of different classes, In but is guaranteed { J r.it( .,,}<. x"o" KI ill, township 18 Bontb
rather than flght-
Itself In
I buoys, beacons and'Hanger( signals Ing. It Is running a fearful disease not yet understood. entirely resist 0 eastHO sores LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June
lighted forth their vegetable. Writeus The said land beiiiit< naHOBmd at the dRW 4,1904.
8.000 are giving
."-Birmingham News. and our physicians lit l thn iKBimnce 11 I cuub! ceitlllcale In tinuinie -
:. warnings at nighttime.' Of these a S S S will advise ol 11.I Cook, tIniest mild 3UTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
score or more throw a beam of 100,000 without rltllciiiM shill !Ii rtduomed, according! to
candle power. To maintain the light- FEMININE LANGUAGE. charge whatever.any law. ''nX iii cii, will IHHIIV thureon: on the ..tlstdm No.89 No.29 I No.88Dally. No.IS

bouse service a corps of over 4.000 Our book on Rheumatism of li.t.iler.) A. 1>. 11104Vlirena ) Dall,. DatIY. STATIONS. I 1>alI7.110I .
\ olticlul signature nnd aenlbis .
th Ceo> of
Aa EnvlUn Criticism of my
1 I'', men la constantly employed and a fleet Worda by: Wo..... sent free. tho lOll uay, HeptemberA.. l>. 1'Wl.) : s ail.y.a 1....::::::::::::'...::':::.....:.So.. Jacksonville Jsokuonvhlt ..:::::::::::::::::::....t: : toe Ia a

of more than fifty ve .cls. No serviceIn for hour The Swift Specific Company Atlanta, Ga. SAM'L 1>. JOUDVN. !I I D .,............................J9t.Au u.Uno.. ..........................40aMa I top
the world exceeds our own In completeness You may talk to a woman an Clerk) Circuit Conrt-Volusl. ; Vln. 11 n a .............................. Hasting............................... o Ot p
and efficiency. or more and understand every word -- ------ Cutinty, .!_! U oj.. Palatka.............. ....:..........14 a .. ,

f he says Meat. bread money motorcars ....".."... II 10 pAr.. ..........................Palatka.............. .............Lv e lea
: Wallor.." drains, the ace of trumps-there Von Qnlza-\rhrrn does young Chip- Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un I ::n 1116.. Lv ........................Palatka.. ..........................Ar TOO* a llll
"Pot

t In certain districts of England formerly Is really no space at my disposal to ston voiU? dir. Section t II) of Chapter 4888, Lawsof S 10 pliO p Ar ...........................Ban listen........................,.Lv ........ SMS)
almost jive a list of the words that are common FIt -Plle-In a vholptnle grocery con Florida. .... 800a Lv................ .....Sea M&teo.............. ........... At 7Ua I lOp
when
an owner parted :.

entirely with other rights to a bouse to both languages. In fact, most cern.Vim. Notice! heibuv !given Unit A. den, I), 7 DI i 12 p Lv ... ........................ N oira .,...........................Lv 6 Be a 03 p
of the solid concrete things of life Qnl7)!-I know lint for whom? puri'liiiBur of tax certificate No. fill Iau.dthe 18 p.. .............................. 0 so a 41
he would reserve the right of boiling It is 2nd dnv 01' June, 11X12.) boa tiled aid. U p ...............................Dupone ,................"............. 86. 40.p
his pot on the fire. This secured to him may be left out of the question. FItz.ltllo-Oh, for ii (gambling house el.'titrate in mv oln>e, and", bus made appli- I 13 P .............................. Ormond .....i.......................... 0 Iff a O.
(; what of when we puss beyond the concrete that Now Orion: n* 'rlnll'H.r"'mocl'nt.CASTORIA. utloit) for' tax deed. to issue In nrcordanue 101 ...................... ......... 4 tea tsp
.t. the right of voting and was the real misunderstanding arises. Takea with law. dald: reitlHouUiS embrace the 38 p ............................. 406. I 4; p
more Importance, the position of being eo cap ... ........................ its lOp
couple of very common words used rnll. wag d.'rlloe. property sitiuated in It lip .............................. I tie tip
a freeholder. At Taunton for example both A will Voluula oiniiit) .Florida towltt COLD TIRE SETTER \\0 0 C i 00 p ...................._.- ...... 8 u" ua p
the voters were called "pot wallopers" equally by sexes. man say N ofnwJi, sec 1'. towbsbip.; '04, rangeS P'I lep ............................... 981a It p

\' because they had the rights to "wal that know So-and-so what he Is meant.a "nice"A girl.woman I should will 1\ 0' ncie Can set your Tires without taking 1} 1. 4 Q8 40 & :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I !'*.....::::::::::::::.::::::::::::.. f n: rl:8: r

lop" or boll their pots at the are In The said land being nsiseanpd. at the, bite wheels from vehicle. We take out no 1916 tIS p. ..........".................... .I 41a 1100a
11 freehold bouses. Sometimes whena reply that the girl Is pretty agreeableand For Infants and Children. o ibu iSHimnie o' stub 'crlitlcate, III the wits rub or barn felloes 108. to, I' .............................. 60.. 11 09aOs
> their but that she of C L UutchlnMon. Unleus. no paint your I p .............................. n (iii! a 10 20ais
that of
t person parted with a long lease, but all sort thing The Kind You Have anie, shall IM redeemed with a hot tire. Come and see it work I p .._............................... .II OOp 1016a
r of It II "not quite nice." The two are using Always Bought saul ceilMoale nonrdliix nnd, yon will never have your Tires set I as 100 I p ..Port...........,,_................. 1115 poco a
not with the freehold bouse was .
a the word to different o law tux duedvilll Issue tbere- hot again. I C8 p > ................................. 16ta
'ttrsressly stipulated that he should same express "'> "n Mil day' ot October. A. I L) 1001. 47 ..... i1ltp 940aso
the to boll his the dens. and they will never agree as to Bears theSignature ,,/0::=;;;:: Wltneaa my nmulttl signature. end seal Thanking you for your patronage in : lOp :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : :.....::::::::::::::::::::::::: It lip StO.
on
W: keep right. pot whether tbnt girl Is nice or otherwise of I he 2ith ,day of Sopteinlicr( A 1> UK)! the past and hoping a continuance in .17 O'p .......................... .1036p 006.I .
fire. future I remain n 10 p .................,,.......... 10. 11 p 5 48a
until they can talk the same language !SVM'LD JUKDAN, the o lit ..b ....... .................. SIp II 16.
' In the feminine the I i'i*>rk Circuit ConiC Volnsia county Flo.lly Yours to serve, .68 08p ........ ....................... 110p 7110a
,. Wh r. Ho...whlp. Are Prohibited.There Again dictionary OIl iSp. ............................,,... tIp' 74e.
is a notable law In force Inmost opposite of "nice" Is "horrid." A man Notice. lion Fish. t>. C. SCOTT HODQKINS. IOU Ot p ........................... .. 01 p 1161.e .
of the large Russian towns concerning will talk of a "nice scoundrel" and a 10) 13 I' ) ............' ......".......'. i 81 p e as.as a
.... 10 JO
l ,> horses that deserves special 'horrid bore" ODd I can understandhim. "intlue U hereby the liit given will tbatth' sad teutmnent iitiili, ril rneduxeoiitnrof 46 tsp p.. ;:.::::::::: :::::::::::::....Miami........:::::::::::::::::::::iy: .. lip p : OOa ato

mention. Among the curious thing) But when a woman tells me that ulln \. !Stone, deoenaf) will on ?loiiil"* v.
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and :211.( A I n. 1IKH() present In tilion. DeLand Saw and Mills & WorksJ.
that arrest the attention on arriving in a man Is wealthy and clever good September! Planing Novelty BANFOBD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
he's horrid" J. Lee Muf'rnry. County J d I e of
Moscow Is the entire absence of whips looklng-"but I'm sure '
Vi'lusla (riMintj Florliln. Ills Hnul nccminl. Nt.llPally: I No.12 N3 i I No. 1 I IPally s.t No.4
among drivers of cabs, carriages and she baa dropped into her foreign lanruage. and vouchers HS such executor and nslc to T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager. STATION!. I_Dally I _Dully 1 I|_STATIONS. I Dully, i, Dally
I can only be sure that she be dial'bnrred .
all sorts of vehicles. There Is a law
'[ 05 aISla Lv......... TttU.VIll..ArlI Mp lOOp 10 lOa'Lv..N. smr.n..A.pOp: 30p
prohibiting their use. There Is not a does not mean want I mean when I I, V. W 'TERlAN, Lv........... Oateen...........Ar II 52. I Up IUI" Lv. lOp 10 n
DRESSED !
Executor of the. taut will and\ test iraent 01 56 .Bnterprise.. .. .Ar 11 OOa $tip 11 tie Lv Oranffa ettyAr/ JOp j 0'
speak of a "horrid gJrl.-London Out- a '
In The
single whip in use Moscow. excellent Julia A. Ston LUMBER : 80 a Ar.::::::::.:. Sanford .::..:.::.Lv 10 :pOe: 4 tOp 11 tie Ar:.Or.City JuLy: 12 lip 5Mo. :
condition of the horses. attests look.

the benefit of this humane law. Nothing Notice of Application I to Sell l.iunl.. AND ROUGH "0. 2S .23Dally. No.21 No. 19 No.nHAYl'ORT I kTdNiioTgt21t No.; 29
eat and Dally Dally SataadSundr
can exceed: the beauty of the slouk Tb. Nam Tibet. To All Whom It May Concern: Ceiling Flooring" Siding Turning Scroll Sawing, Moulding1 Window anc Sunday except Dally Dally BRANCH I except! Dally Dully Dally : :

: and well groomed horses used in the Many forms of the name Tibet sprang Notice l< hereHv. given thiit on M'liilny Door frames Newel Posts, Ualustera! Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. ..oalT! Sunday Sandy only I

b' carriages' of Moscow, from the Chinese T'ubar (fifth century) rtobir, 17, 11)) 4,the umlxralirnpd vunrdlnn heddlnsr; !/ for Groves anil Pineries. Crates and Box Material a specialty ISIp t Mp Stop PBOaLvJ'ok.onv'eAr foes 840 a lOOp Slip I p9p .
I through the variations of Tuebet, To- of Ivlmi, 1C Li ti. Viola Loll Mary Lott end Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. 101 i I 01 p t Mp 5 08 pun a JaoKaonvllle. 9 6'Ja 881! a U Up i 11 p S Ii I''

r Vortvne Spent on Button. boot Thibet ((1105):>)1. Tebet ((1208)), to Tibet runkllu' James I l.oll. minor heirs of Chic: FLORIDA. d pUp V Up 030p p 1 I tOp 9p 10 19 14 ma a "Allan Pablo tlo Hpnoh Beach. 9 810a 15 a 8 76 OOa* ,u. 11[iaisp:o l 030 B40p p IOp

Forty thousand pounds was paid by ((1730)) The origin of the name has E. Lntt, !elevens (I, will I HPr'ly;; to the Hnn' J.. DELAND lOt> ts I' I"I' Stop 180s&r.tdayporILv 600. lass la 09 .. SlOp Ilh
.' eo :Mo* rorv. ro.inty .luuxe of Volimiaonnty. '
Louis XIV. for one set of buttons for a been variously accounted for but the Florida) nt Ills nfflce at \Del.mxl. Inaid
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waistcoat This monarch bad a positive weight of historical evidence indicates county, for nutborliy to sell at private
that the word is derived from Tubat a ale the. Inrer..torll"ld. minors In and to
passion for buttons and in the
r famous family name to several be following,, lot piece or pined nt lund J '- BOND LUMBER COMPANY.Will CLOSE CONNECTION MADC AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP' OF THE P. 0. *. 1. COMPANY FOSS
:, year 1085 be spent a very large amounton proper ,
lair and hi-lim in the rimii y of Voliislu and .
this hobby. Among the items of bis ancient Tartar dynasties extensively btutenfFl'iiidi.clesorlbed a* f llown, twIt HAVANA AND KEY WEST

expenditure two are worthy of note- used In the sense of "chief." : 'Ihenorlb iiuaiter of the. sjuilinent prices and supply you. from their yards near the depot at DeLIa -
yon
August 1086 two diamond buttons. I Hodgson asserts that before tbe arrival utirtoroftbe northeast 'ipinrier ant tienorthwest with the beat cypress and yellow pine Thea. Time Tables. show tee times at which train may be expected to arrive and depart
C73DO francs;* of Indian teachers the people bad 'qunrta ot the northeast (quarter ham the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the time stated li not guaranteed,
seventy-five diamond section tiilrty two township Beventceiioutb nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence: arising: there
.. buttons 080,703 franc It Is estimated no name for themselves or their land, i-niiKO ihlrtv eiot' contalnln< lilly! Lumb3r: Flooring Ceiling- Mouldings, Turnings from.

,. 1 that duringbis lifetime he spent 1- and though the present name Is not a* acres 11101' or ,.....

t It 000.000 on buttons alone and that at a some say, unknown In the country itself ANNIE L. I.Orr. GuniUlnn.Jotice SHINCLES, LATH ETC. To*Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

t. 1', time when the empire of France was, tbe modern, Tibetans call themselves of Application for Tax Deed Under All Limber nnildinx\ anti. Fire Brick: ,i.romptly delivered anywhere in th "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
Bod and their land Bod-yul
''J _ln a state of bankruptcy. pa- Raction 8, Chapter 48H8 Lawsof
I I'Bod being a Buddhist appellative suggested Florida. ._ u -- '\'. D. RA.HWER Asat. Gen. Fasa. Agent., ST. ATJQTJSTINE. FLA.

DM> by the Sanskrit b'ot, or bat. so
4 how Them."He
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Nolli-e In 'licrchy (tlven Hint E N VaItlrn.lnIrciiu.eur .
} wears his heart on his sleeve" working back to the Tartar name.- J of tax curtillciite, No.111\1.\) tinted Gar LinesTO
< asserts the fair damsel who Is telling London Spectator. liuM: d'ly if.luiic A.l). \\WZ' bus luau' sell Choice of Two Through
about the shallow eitllluutu in niyclllii'1 end has nuilu, appll.mlon I. vrrRoi zwKw(
youth. I I :: : : : "
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Snub Noineaclatar. (, for uofil M Issue In nccorclunupi'h -
rk "Yes; I saw that long ago. That Isn't luw Uukl crrtilloute embriiceH fnl.
i' Irish Danle8..b .often oft
what puzzle ,me about hlm"j replies v a knack lowing d ''rlli"lin( | >|iurty situated ill Volu-
: the more practical maiden. I t being frankly pugnacious, BO that even ala aPulily' Horlilii, to A It t ST. LOUIS MO ;{aw ob1r4

.\ "What else about him Interests your* a peaceful lord chief Justice has bad to Lilt 3, Blh] b M and U Holly Hill ; tHIef URG

;, "I can't discover where be keeps his bear the inciting to murder sobriquet The wild hon,1 being Hase..url nt the tlote -VIAAtlantic -
: brains."-St Louis Republic. of Klllowen. But tbe mountains from of the IHHIIIIIICU ol mith certilicnte III lau
Llsmore to Cloghoen. known as the IIllllle of II. B 4'orwln. Unless auld !
I I KnockmeaUowD range are capable of ,prtlrtuate" Nhull, lie "'II em8,1 auor' ,illiiK to Coast Line Q- "Is1
Sorry.Mrs. law,tax iluwl will Isnue thereon on tlie.Slstv 977j
Colls-And when you told him I an entirely pacific interpretation for I v of Uutobor, 1IW4Wltnu il'/s. 74'ct: amcvozi

" was married. did he seem to be ? we commonly say we are knocked s mv < illulal Bknttture and seal ,
J'rIend-Ob. joe f he '? saId so sorry quite I I'down all In a heap by this or that bin theM:li day 01 September 11)04) Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'gaBound

frankly. Mrs. Coils-Did" he which' takes us by surprise and these HXM'LD.! JORDAN, Trip Rates from DeLand: k3-
J really .. Clerk: ClrcnllCourt Voluniu Florida ,
mountains county
surprise all by their beauty. '

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although be didn'tknowthe
sorry l Notice of Application for Tax: : Deed Un "

," man personalty.j, It' : is and because if an 'air the of Scene melancholy'.'Is '"somehow prevails sad it dir Section- 8 of Chapter 48H8 Laws On sale dally. Good to Dec 25: i,1,}) On sale daily. Good, days ci7) MRRDih, 4i 'Si.,

I by excess of serenity" to use a phrase Florida. 1': a&c4
$23.15'
A cRLc7l4tfTcz
Symptom.Tomdlx
,of Henry Barnes It would be dlUcult to Notice hereby )given. thnt Alary\ ; ) Iiovlipurchesor con Qe .
:_ -What reason have yorf-ro of Tllx Cei (Ideate No 88, det.dthe ,
' thinking you have bay fever IIojaaIt : :- better.-London. Chronicle., 0th day of June I A. l> 1WHI, }has, flied: e.tJL1.t.tJ ; (In sale Sept 6, 18. SO, 27. Good :.

Because. every 'J meet,a j' aid pertlncate In mv ollicn' and has mails: On sale dally. Good 13 day.*. 10 days and in Coaches only .s- ;
lime grass -.-- E.Id.noa' ".".c..... pplla tlon for taX "pod to Issue In ncroiil- -
, ": ( widow. I Ineese..chlcago Journal. The ExkhnoH have enormous appe- .niewltb law. Bald .-..rl oatH embraces For reservations and Information apply to aj'ents! A. C. L., oi4 write 4tQ.gqa7 .

. < i Wee: !ILaa'ctWnflldroi-irelIlteg, I that the following Outurliiecl property, shunted FRANK, 0. BOYLSTON..'Corn. Agt, W. D. 8TABKE Trav. Pass. Agt ,,uha
; Enthusiastic mediocrity Vifion passes'for | In Yoluaia county, Florlda.to-wlti: 138 W Bay St Jacksonville. Fla..
COLU
1, be saw a boy cut t ten pounds of solid
All Block ]Nine Seville
' talent A hot sausage is not more, ,
food and drink Dillon and a half of
l t { nutritious than a cold sausage but H 'l'he said land being assessed lit the date
lIquid with much This !
la highly thought of.-Puck. gusto. same asi.unoe of .Mich Terminate in the name ofevllleConip'y. BLACJCVILL
more
. explorer" observed nu adult eat ton !! Unless said certldoate shaH! __MM_ MM M M _MMN NMMM ATLlTh

pounds of nacut and two candles at .u b e red.emld' according to law tax deed _
moo!. Sir P. Phillips tells bow a lad will issue tbereon on the hub day ol Uuto- J. A. KRIOKISON fat ._-- NM' s.4YAJ1

. 1S OisTtnniislon of seventeen, years ate twentyfourpounds ber A. D., llJO.1 SMOOTH RUN
Witness my official signature and "nlbis
of beef in twenty-four hours the 80th day of September, A. U., 19>4. -DEALER IN- '

SAM'L I). JORDAN, SOUTHERNRAILWAY
Clerk Circuit: Court, I Gents' and Boys' Clothing Hats and Caps..
' I "Spray Pumps. Voins a county Fq.|
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; I Ladies Dents and Children Shoes Slippers and Rubber

{. ALL lUSTS 01"PjJrvIjS Notice to Non-Residents. and Harness Saddles eta : oJIntU'
; Bnggy Wagon ,.... cl ,
To
Machines. Pianos and ..lnHlcallu.Crnmentll
Hewing: Organs
i IN CIRCUIT
SEVENTH
._ COURT JUDICIAL -
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YORK ASHV1LLE and
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN General Repair Shoe<. Harness Machines, ern'. WASHINGTON. NEW

of CodLlvef is'the means I :&'OR'A_ KlNDd: OF AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY. IN and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C "IJ

.;i ; of life; d" rfJoyment of life to CHANCERY. !
Havens Block DeLand Florida
SPRA; NG. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKr'Th. "
thousandsf&men women. and J. B. Flint, Complainant 1 :I

k chi1areiiee11: !* '" 'PIEbO. FORCE PUMP, CO. Augusta 0.vs Keeling, Thomas II.) ........'.... ..................., M..MN................. NORTH. _and WEST.. tz "The Sapphire Country."

4 When appetite fails i it Ko: .lInl.ber husband, and Annie HUlKlev .> .
restores -mweat Doalrfnlaau fltmtm Car
} ,
H. MAQRUDER. personally and us Kxei>ii1rlx Car. Sorwt.. :
:. it,. When food ''is a I of the will of- Jacob B. Upde-J I The Smart SetA Oa Jtll Tvat_. Th. __' _
Hill Grair deceased Defendants. J JItappes
burden it lifts the' burden. Oak- Fla ,
.oVTHlUUf aAILWAlI"" H. i'. cut,. DIIIrtrt..... A.-..
affidavit
ring by of the .
attorney
Aicent Volusla. and Bisvsrd, Counties. .'
'n
,When youlose flesh.it brings for tbe complainant In the above cause that .08 W. liar so.-; Jscmoawu.. .. Pi.a.v. -

-the plumpness of health. tbe defendant Annie H. Hltflev Is a residentof Magazine Cleverness .A.STasis,P.T.M..W...._. D.Co ..H. Haanwtn.. P.A,.........., Do C.V. .
a State other than the tale of Florida; ..H.Ta_. A.0.P.A. Ailuu.Ca.
: : .;Ch.en work is hard and SOUTHERN RAILWAY that the reslJenae of said uefendan Is be. Magazines should have a well defined purpose. 8
? entertainment amusement and mental recreation motivesof
Genuine the
levcd to bo ", fa. SI lafayette Place. Boob- are
-duty.. is heavy, it makes life ..ester New", York; that said defendant Is THE SMART SET, the ,
0 Werld's Fair; ; Route-liest Ltpe to St. above the age of twenty-one years, and that
..bright bare I. no person within this State service MOST SUCCESSFUL OF MAGAZINES .MMMMMM_i tMl_INIaXWIILIAM __ -M-
11 he thin of the' LooU;-Superb using Car Service no whom would bind said defendant, It Isthereupon
". | is.- edge ordered Its novels (a complete one in each number) are by" tha most brilliant
KOI/MON
that said
going and defendant .
Stopovers retnrniDC at
f ) ;:''wedke the; thick'ena, is'' food. Atlanta r Knoxville: Louisville Asbe- Annie 11. Blitlcy be and she Is hereby required authors of both hemlaoheres. ,

-.:', But hat is the ,Use :'of food. I villa mountain and principal North Carolina herein tiled to appear on or before to Ibe tbe hill tint of Monday mplulnt In Its Its short poetry stories covering are the matchless entire field-clean of \and verse full-pathos of human love Interest.humor tender-" :Pealer in New and Second 'Hand Furniture

;:I'r .. >u hate it and can't di- resorts. November: A. D. 1W4. 'being: the 7th day H new-Is by the most popular poets men and women of the day. ,
,
: See High Bridge the highest railroad said month, otherwise; the mid, bill of con Its jokes,wlttleUms ak tches, eto, are admittedly the most mirth-pro "
,<"/,' -" bridge the' world famous Blue Grass plaint will .b.' taken as conteavd" and com.lalnnt DeLand and Orange City, Kla. .
: \ I ., > buvs Icsvs to proceed voking. .
w rvglont Lexington: and Loaf svllle. expart .
Erthalsion of coa Free reclining rbalr cars and high It Is lurther ordered. that. tills. order be 160 PAGES DELIGHTFUL READING We have stocked both our stores DeLand and at Orange City, with 5
., (WIathefoodthatmakeaIt class published In tb Volnsla Countv,RIoo..." and extensive line of beautiful furniture which '
: day coaones, Through Pullman a new : : we are offering- #
once a Ole week for four consecutive' weeks No wasted illustrations editorial
on yaporlngs
pages are cheap or wearyt
-your stomach sleeping cars Jacksonville to St Louis. mmedlatMv preceding said Ural Monday ing essays and idle dleca lona. 'at rock: bottom prices-(n fact our prices are not duplicated in thof'
Folders III November A.'U. IWV4) "- i county. You have had good bargains at our Stores, but betrer ones
rateseto cheerfully furnished sn't ; ""
trl.d It. ..nd fop ; D. Clerk Every page will Interest, charm refresh yon. 1 await '-......
*, eabI rIt. wJi !UonppIicmtIou.1./ i Court- Witness, and the Samuel P.usI! thereof Jordan this Stilt of day said olUejiUmbor. Subscribe now-$ .60 per your. Remit in oheoqas. P. O. or Express orjeror All kinds you. of Second hand- household- goods bought and told. See, I .
) j/dLosie.
registered letter to TUB: SMiUr SET 453 fifth ATeno New York.
: .I A. Ir 1 04.SAM'LD. !''an our goods and get prices before buying els where.f -
l'I District Paw. Agent! 1W W. Bay Be.. I IORDAN Clerk, 8.-SAMPL8'copIES'S
... : N. NT F1Ee ON APPUCATJON,
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