The Volusia County record
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 Material Information
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 22, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00043
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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ATTORNEYS AT-LAW and" COUNSELORS-, f Confession of Libel. Home Made-:

4( DeLand, Florida. of that party-and, further, that no
Will Practice In State and Federal Record of the Court ShowingSaid committee or other organization of

Courts. for Infants and Children. that party has a right to place the

STEWART & BLY, Castorln 1'1' a harmless substitute! fur Cantor OH, Pare- Confession name of another candidate on that Have your cake, muffins, and tea ,bis-:

gone, Drops' and Hootliiiig! Syrups. It in 1'leannnt. It ticket or to request the votenoof that s'
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other :MarcotlonubHtance. ---- ticket to vote for a substitute noml- cuit home-made. They will be fresher
It destroys AVor.ns and allays Fovorb1iiess. \
tee: at the expense of the regular
DELAND. It ciirt'tt IJIarrlKieu and Wind Colic. It relieves 'IVetli- cleaner and wholesome.
in Bank BUIlding
. InfT Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate the HAS COMMITTEE IMPROVED MATTEPS? I nominee more tasty ;

Branch office over Posted ce,DA Y'l'ON A stomach and Dowels, giving -ultiy) and natural !Hlevii.! And If a man has any protection 'I ""
The Children's Ponaceo.-The Mother's Friend. --- I under the law, surely he should have\: Royal Baking Powder helps the house,
BERT The Gentleman Put Up' the opportunity, promptly and decisively
The Kind You Have Always Bought wife home and
to appeal for such protec- to produce at quickly economically -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW > Bears the Signature of By Barrs & Co. as the tion and to secure It before he has
fine and cake the raised
suffered from an attempted Infraction tasty ,
DeLand, Florida.! Independent Candi- thereof.

Special Facilities for Examiningand date for State Su.perlntendeht. This U the purely legal side of the hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer-

Perfecting Land Titles.J Holloway matter But it is said that
cake cookies crullers and
HALL BRUMSEY ., I Mr. Holloway Is not worthy of the crisp crusts
I votes of the democrats of Florida. If

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT In Use For Over 30 Years. All of Uof remember the bitter coinpatgn he is not worthy, he was. not worthyIn muffins, with which the ready-made food .1-

LAW T.. ee...". ee.... V, TY Te..V...', "....V4.M.IV_ In which Huns. Wilkinson Call the primary election. The Tribune
-_. lr.ow '! found the does
.. .. _. and W. D. Chlpley were engaged, will admit that his conduct has at bake-shop or grocery
Will Practice In'ill' State; .i1d'Federal --- -M ----. ....-...... .- -- -- ----- and which closed. Kith the Legislature been reprehensible, but the party was '
Courts.DKLAND. lrM" lth Men nnd women do not breath eni. of IKDS, when Mr. Mallory was fully as cognizant of his misdoings before compare. "

FLORIDA' In a woman the breathing In from the Send write chosen. Col. Chlpley, during 1SIIO, the primary, to all Intents and
no -ulmply and
a-' Office over 'Fljjh r'of Drug Store thorp, or cheat, while In a man It'' la try Botanic money Blood Balm at our ex published his memorable pamphletand purposes, as now. Yet the party Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. I j

J L. MoCRORY, mainly from the diaphragm which I lit pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B) it was scattered over Florida. nominated him In the primary, and 1

lower down. This peculiar dlffer-enc kills or Jen troys the ji(iplHon in the He did thin against the advice! of his that nomination Is his property and
|III so marked that It la possible to reoOKiiIzo > blood which:: causes tip| awful aches In !ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NCW YORK. :
friends. At that time Mr. Wolfe be taken him
ATTOBNEY-tAT-LAW.. It disguised aa .4 back now cannot away from by a
by a woman and shoulder! !bidden; shifting -- ------- .- .. 'jlut"'IIII'II.
man although' the disguise may be pains, dllllculty! In moving lingers, the Independent candidate for Super state committee or any other organi .

Florida. faultless! In other respect Most pbyai.ologlsU taen or leg.., bone pains, Huullen] inns. Intendent of Public Instruction con I, sation. in the arrival or tna
DeLand & my that this difference la not des and joints of rheumatism, or the ducted a newspaper in the city of And the men who voted In the demo PATAGONIAN BABIES.E.madlee I Ameiu-iuiM. In the, utter exhaustion of It

J E. ALEXANDER, due to sex but owing to artificial conditions fdul breath In throat hawking bad hearing spitting'. droppings I Pensacola. He abused Col. Chlpley cratic primary pledged themselves feed "'1..,. Tkvr Are 111, the lifrumna. lisp believed la everything
dl'feut.-MuJm. da
such ns tho-wenrlng of cor their IB Hiilt. at Which They !.!... except .
before the eyes,, all played out roundly: a great many things being by participation therein to sup Camp's "Literary" Itocollectloua." I
ATTORNEY:AT-LAW. feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood 1 said that had no semblance of truthin port the nominee In the general elec. ThedlsiieiiHiitoiy uf I'litagonlu knows 7.

Balm has cured hundred of canes. of them. The result of this was. a tlon. That's all there Is to It. but two. iTMut'dU' for the diseases of East Indian Etiquette.
Office In inrush )Block.UeLand Ilu OF 40 standing! after doctorshot children nulmul sklna j
years and
suit for damages! against J. Emmett The Tribune amdits that Mr. Hoi- common A letter wilt to a native prince In 1
Florida. sets.SilVLOCH springs and patent medicines had both
yellow clay, to be used at the
Will b Practice In State and FoJeralCouits. all failed. Moat of these cured patients Wolf, and a others, the publishers of loway Is under a cloud! game time, whether the disease be In India IH often n very elaborate affair. 9
had taken Blood Balm as a last thin newspaper' by Col.! Chi 0103' The !But the Tribune fails to see where '1'1... paper IH specially made for tbe '*
.. the bend or feot of the little sufferer.On .
-- --- resort. It is especially advised for I 'purpoKu' and Is sprinkled with gold
MACDLIIIMID case was called at the faIt term, 11)0) Mr. Wolfe comusln. Tampa Tribune. called to
being see a sick child J
..JoHN chronic deep seated ca>es. Impossible (lenf. Duly the lust few line of the '
of Escupiba| Circuit Court and the --- ----
\ the doctor with him '
I I for apy ppe tp suffer the agonies! FutiiKonlnn take '' somewhat lengthy document contain '
i'HVSICIAN AND .IUItGgO: D' uymiHPUis>> pf rhfuroatism or catarrh. ; following alltdavlt ot the defendants Better Than Base Theft.The a tight skin bag, opened at the larger (be purport 'of the letter while the renmlici. *

Olllce over Flnhor's" drugstore( while or after taking UlnoU Balpi, and order of court was tiled (sue minute end. City Is plentiful everywhere. !.r I Is Hindu up of the, usual round- ,j
Olllce hours: 10 to 12 u. m.; 2 to 4, Shylock was the man who It makes the blood pure and rich book "t1", page !lit i): primary. system as at present While some member of the family about amid Luuipliiuvatary: phrases.> It "

and 7 to S p. in.DELAND. wanted a pound of human Cures thereby giving a healthy blood supply. Circuit Court Escambla. County First conducted, Is a thing of evil and corruption make a thick, batter of this yellow Is folded In a peculiar way, with the :
arc: permanent and not a patel It is. to a base earth the medicine man sits staring at
FLORIDA. yet superior muslin
and In
I ing Sold Judicial Circuit of Florida Fall (Hups outward placed a
flesh. There up. at drug stores, 111 I
are per the sick child elsa shakes.
many large bottle. Sample of Blood! Balm Term, JSUO. theft ot the rights of the people.Let or a painted bag, and this latter Into one of crimson
: Shylocks now, the convalescent sent free and prepaid also special Friday. Dec. 5, 18UO.\ us, therefore, rebuke the arro- rattle In an Idiotic fashion before the and gold tint with a allpknot I

SURGEON, medical advice 1 by: describing your gance of the executive committee, little one's face. | of Hold thread attached to which I. a ..
Present The lIon W. D. Barnes
the consumptive the trouble : When the plaster of clay Is ready,
and writing Blood Balm Co. 'I and lu view of a better candidate, poiiilerous, Huiil. The address, writtenon
*t( WBL.VNP, FLORIDA. Atlanta Ga. A personal trial fur Judge.() the child la smeared from bead to
child the u slip of parchment, I lof attached to
Office at real.ltmca, Indiana avenue, sickly pale young Itlood Balm is better than a thousand' W. D. Chlpley, 1 give our support to the nomlnnee of foot with It and then slipped feet first the outside bag. These details arevery .I

next to Court Honna. woman all want human flesh printed testimonials, BO write at once. vs. the party into the bag before mentioned. Should liupoitnnt' for polite letter writingIn

Office H,nra.: I 0 to l2. 9 to 4, mill 7 to 8. J. E Wolfe V Libel If :Mr. Wolfs accepts the nomination the child cease crying before this India, and If any one of them were
it takeScott's '
and 111 Till W Landrum
S'.ead of 8
they can get .
him the baa been carried out it Is
given. by twentyonemembers proceeding
omitted it would be an Insult to
and C. R. McUce. j
M. D. Brown I
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, "What makes so baugnty
MRS. Emulsion, of the executive committee, thought to be a bad sign, an omen that addressed.. :
these days'" We, the defendants, do hereby admit person
the devil li still lurking In'the child,
I and will for the olllce on
l'IIY81ClAN and, 8UEOEON.on Scott's Emulsion U! flesh Why his secret benevolent asqoclq- that the matter published in the he is deserving of the scorn. but Is keeping quiet for fear of punish .p.r.th' C.II.
tlJu has elected him to aq office tlim grounds, /
1'ensacola Commercial
and cOII..tltut.ing
ment. It li not only courteous., but Imperative -
and blood bone and muscle. feet of honest democrat and should
longer thaq
ball a title seven any
the On the other hand should the child
of this suit ,
on East" New York Avenue, subject matters where you have acted aa bride-
DELAND, FLORIDA. It feeds the nerves, strengthensthe Silo tbpre Is In Smith's secret society, and all similar and kindred! charges be drummed In disgrace. from the become calm as be Is being bagged the :, maid mil Id of honor usher or beat

----.- --- -Chicago rest. made In the said paper from July democratic party, which hi would parents and medicine man think that j man to rail upon the mother of the

DU ,\. S J\IUNseN\ digestive organs'and they A FACT ;2,1th:; 1811', to January 2,.th,18140( durIng dishonor by his. membership- Bartow. the prince of darkness baa left the bride. shortly after the wedding call-
feed the whole body. which time we were proprietor Courier-Informant. body of the child in order to escape im- j i Inn iiion the bride herself soon after
prlsonment. In the event of this last .
her return from the honeymoon
1IOM: EOl'AT lic PHYSICIAN ABOUT THE "BLUES"What of said and libellousand
are untrue
For nearly thirty years paper named contingency/ arising the akin j Those Invited to it home wedding. 01

Second Door South of Finder's Scott's Emulsion has been the Is known as the "Blues'Is 1 we do hereby retract the same II...........?'. Affeptnllou.RiniHKnin bag In Immediately closed and tied. I a welding, reception or breakfast must'
Drug !Store. I seldom occasioned J. EMMfcTT: !: WOLFE!:, livid! Inn,; on his fifth floorIn The doctor then opens another bag and call In due course on the brld..'. mother -
OFFICE IIouiw 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to I 5) great giver of human flesh. external conditions by actual existing C. n. MCGEE, Turin, forgotten by the world which throws three pebbles and some ser-1 i I I Inter on the bride herself, says the
but In
and 7 to 8 p. m. the Per J. E.Llht1110LFE, he nlTec-ted to despise nnd\ from nffectntlou D outs' teeth luto It. These are well rblludelphlii North American.War. .
PeLaud .- Florida. I We will send you a couple of great majority of cases by a disordered Late proprietors Commercial. really shunnedUien'an. accident shaken for a moment the Idea being to -- --

JOHN REEVE, "* ounces free. LIVER. S. W. LANDUUM.: happened\ to him In one of his get the devil to jump into the bag after .

DR. THIS IS A FACT And thereupon mutton of the sollttiry, walks. Ho was met in a nor the charm whereupon It is Instantly "Taking my life In my hands, I advanced
SCOTT A BOWNE Chemists. which may be demonstra. plantilT' in the above stated case, the row part of the street bj M. de Far- closed, tied and sunk In the nearest Into the very midst of the can

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, 4OS-4I5 Pearl, Street, New. York ted by trying; a course of said case stands dismissed.Let gehu tlrh'ln"'cr) fast In his carriage body of water. non until both ray arms were shot off r'!
S.K.nil JAntliiultr" .J/Q/ I ell d"lfIII.l.! It be remembered that this did nnd In his attempt to get out of the After this rite has been carried out ".\lId then. ?"

Office. Dr. Mellette.In store recently Residence occupied 4IJIj West by -- not make the libelers. (U. E. Wolfeet way vvns pushed down by a large Danish to the l letter the bug In which the clay I ""11'. I took my life In my teeth and! "
dog running before the horse M. besmeared child baa been deposited pretwttl. on!1" exclaimed the old veteranor
New York Ave.DeLand ale) the less but sini. .
any guilty, J
of Unaiuvlnic. Tutt's PillsThey do Fm'geau Immediately stopped his may be opened. If the little ODe baa Invnllde, with glowing eYeB.Puck.II .
Florida. Oems were engraved ,nt a very curly ply was in mitigation of damages coach nnd hastened to assist the per- not already been smothered by being

H. 1 it. I). BRACE, period of the \vOI'I D oldest Hpecliiien of this art In existence control and regulate the LIVER. court of Florida as. a self confessed down but when he saw it was the of the medicine mac It la thoroughly "That lund." .add the city nephew '.
defamer of character the kind of author of "Euilllus" he renewed his washed and wrapped In a clean, "
la believed to be a square signet of yel They bring hope and bouyancy to the "Is valued 'nt sp OO a front foot.
DBNTIST.Ofllce low Jasper engraved In the year 1430 mind. man that the Metropolis says. should apologies and attentions. warm akin, the bide of a "muley" "'"Tliundcuitlon" exclaimed the old '
Block. B. C. and now In the British museum. They bring health and elastic. not have charge of our ..choollnter- The next day he sent to ask after white bull killed In the new of the tllrm,'", hastily. moving buck on to tile 1
[ second story McLaurine The engraving upon It I. a fair pictureof ity to the body. Ro'jHHoau. moon being preferable. Strange aa It Klilt-n'alk. "An I stoixl on It moat five |

DeLanrf flcfrlda. the horse of Amenopbla II., and the TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ests.As "Tell your master to chain up his moy'aeem, this treatment usually cures, minutes! lio you reckon they'll charge I
ABSTRACTCO, characters undernmtu have' been deciphered we have before stated, this paper dog," was the only answer.A the water being a prime factor In restoring me rent?"-Chicago 1'ost. 'I
C VV'.USI.\CO1N''Y u..v..u xel.hborn.. did not Mr. In
aa being the names and titles of do.t support Holloway health no doubt.
that; monarch 'Hie earliest Instance of Mra. Ilnirtrnril--Do you know myself the primaries. It did all it could to tit.hop's Cumm..'. Should death ensue the doctor tells An l'nexMrs. ....'.. Delay. t

8 B. Wilson, Bert Fish, .a engratod previous stone is the em and. toy liiiiKhter are often mistaken have\: Mr. Davis head the State ticket Bishop W. A. Candler was once advocating the b.reaved parents that two devils L..k""SoIlShe. married baste

Manager. Actuary. erald ring of rolycnites, 740 II. C. The for xhitci'X., Mrv' Jiny" -All. the dent< It fought Mr. Barre and Mr. Stocktonas a more liberal. loosing of the were after the child and that all the Mrs Ln 8elU*-And repented at lelsurel 1

Bible tells us that the Juduean high :;lil' mr.s( !IM Ktiiilylnt too hard 011'1 hard as It knew how on their pub purse strings and told his audience medical science In the world la not Mra. Lakeside. stems so. She waa
Abstractors of Titles priests wore breastplates with the you I III iik t ?- I'iik.: lic record.It that several years before be lent an equal to the tusk of coping with two fully n year In getting bur dlvoroe.Hiiinrt d

10H W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand. Fla. names of the twelve tribes engraved is article to a paper In which he said of the imps of the Infernal regions. Set. t
them but notwithstanding this now, as a Democrat and under "We pray too loud nod work too lit. London Anawera.Th I I
ALFRED HOWARD, upon Hebrew party law and pledge, doing whateverIt tie" The compositor, consciously or --- '\
Is known engraving
no can to help Mr. Hroward, the nom- uneonsclously perpetrated a little Joke L.BBtk of a D....... OF
older than the fifth century.
i iI
SURVEYOR inee of the primaries. Had Mr. Burrs for when the article appeared It read, The other afternoon," said a dOCtor !- DREAD

-- Erplulncil. or Mr. Stockton been named In the "Wo bray too loud and work too lit. "I called to see a patient and

PeLand. Florida.CITY "Uj>re Is another example of faulty primaries Instead of Messrs.. Talia- tie "I let It go at that," said the much to my satisfaction. I found him TY

En lh.b." said the lonelier of the class ferro and Clark no one would have bishop.. "Tho fact is, I 1C"v"!! the sleeping soundly I sat by his bed I HUJlAN I :

REAL, ESTATE OFFICE OF In rliftorle. "In this essay you have T worked harder for them than the printer wus right, nnd I never ventureOto felt has pulse without disturbing him !
I him to awaken. Aftera
written 'her sight broke upon a landscape OVB J correct Limn"Banat. &: waited for
Index. What
have done and
E. H. HAYWARD of entrancing lowliness.' How we are few tnt: mtea a dealers cart with discordant

could any one's night 'break upon a doing, we have a right to demand H...r..... ringing bells. turned Into the I am compelled by a sense of gratitude
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance landscape?" that others participating in the primary French and German bud proved too street and aa their first tones reached to tell you tbe great good your remedy .
Am.rica-The Aetna. be forced took the study me patient opened his eyes. has done me in acueol Contagion Blood -
Company of 8be mlBtit, bnve dropped/ her eyes. *.. to do-support the bard but Alitcrnon up my
I 'UK; body gets ita life from I II 'Doctor h. said 'I'm glad to see Poison. Among other symptom I waa severely
City property a Specialty.No 'nominated candidates off of Italian with high hopes, ;
timidly ventured the woman regularly!
< young food properly digested, afflicted with Rheumatism, and got
Fla.W wokeme .
Boulevard. DeLand
808. that
who had written the essuy,-Chlciigu/ / Healthy digestion means pureblood the party. "How are you and your Italian teacher you and awfully glad you I almost past going. The disease got a firm
but stomach I getting 0'\' /" asked one of Algernon' for I have been tortured by a most hold blood ,
Tribune. for the body, Th! Index proposes to "unload" its upon my system; my was
troubles Brine from carelessness friends when the study had proceededfor distressingdream that must hava last {:: poisoned with the virus. I lost in .''
still further and if the
.- meeting' and stomach disorder scrap-book ; three months. ed for several hours. I dreamed thatI weight was run down had son throat, )
Notice of Final Discharge. upset the entire syitom. Improperly negro is to be made a feature of the "Aw-aw, I'm just about where I was sick aa I am, and that my boy eruptions, splotches and other .evidence i
nftuticated food sours on the 'campaign, then there are other matters was" said Alui-rnon ambiguously, "but came Into the room with string of of the disease. I was truly in a bad shape <.i
.-,1 Notice hereby )given that six wontlm' toloachbe causing distressing to be published that will not look my t"n'b"r..d''ou know b,,'. speaking moat horribly Bounding bell. and rang when I began the use of S. 8. S.. bat the
aferdute. towilt, UH ,the area il iy ol Deoember !>C and nausea.. well against the Independent.-Lake English much better than be was whenwe them In my eara, while I hadn't the persistent nse of it brought me oat of my'
A l If 19R, 1 wld I piesent' my dual When overeating Is persisted in trouble safe and sound and 1 have the .-*;
iicuuunt MlnilnUirHior, of the estate of the stomach becomes weakened City Index. began." power to move or speak to him I auffered courage publicly te.tiIytothevirtue." ol
Seeds vVllllum A.tour, deceased to tbo Omitr; I and worn out and dyspepsia tortures for what appeared to be your great blood remedy, S. S. S., and to **

Cost nor.yleld.oroser. Judge for .)had of l VoluHia dUcbsrirr,ioiinlv as such,. Flnrldeanda.k adminletramrDsted claim the victim.Thedford'a Fails to See Where the WANTEDMen Interminable' time, and I'm ao glad you recommend it to all blood-poson sufferan -,
.all s.p.rt.nlngya.r.dw Black-Draught awoke me- amceraly believing if it ia taken according
this the !STlh day of Muy, 1U 4
olau.nta I PKPEU CONE; cane dyspepsia.. It free the Wolfe Comes In. and women In this county and "The ringing of thoM bells for one I to direction, and .given a fair!ii f
Solddby. d..Isn.sd5044e..d Admlnlfrator' stomach and bowels of congested adjoining territories to second bad caused all of that dream i trial, it will thoroughly eliminate every
A..1 zoasld matter and give the stomach The Tampa Tribune believes that represent and Just at the waking moment."-Liverpool particle of the virus. JAMES va1AX. .
b al now life. The stomach is and advertise an old establishedhouse Stark Hotel, Greensburg, Fa
Notice of Final Poetrla..rt
D.111. FERRY & cone Discharge. invigorated and the naturalstimulation W. M. Holloway has an adequate of solid financial standing. "

Deholt. YIek. Notice I Ie hereby. ujlven that mix mnolbi. results in a good i remedy at law for the action of the Salary to men $21 weekly, to women ..* >...--. Pslnful swelling*in the groin*,red amp* .. ,
after date towltt On the flrnt c.f D. with the to thoroughly '
day appetite, power State executive committee In recom 12 18 almost to the and hot,. the akin in the '
comber A D lft"4, I will .present inv ilnuliwerunt digest food. | to | weekly with Expenses advanced Flaubert believed upon cores mouth
*. admlnlMiatnr if I the estate or You can build np your'stomach mending the placing of J. Emmet each Monday by check direct In the free guerrilla crop.' In the and lob of hair and eyebrow,are some at I
> promptly obtain U. 8. and ForeignPATENTS auenDePratte-deceased: to the (.'mintfImlfie with this mild and natural Wolfe of Pensacolo on the official from headquarters. Horse and "avengera to the death;" ha bettered. the symptoms of this vile dbe_. S.8. & !
i f Vnliida. rountv' Florida, sad auk Is an'antidote for the awful virus that
for a final illsohnrue a* aeh ,iMlinfnlHtrutor. remedy. Try Thodford'a Black- ballot as a nominee for State Super- furnished. when necessary! ; position that all men are soldiers and every attack and destroy even the bone. ,
I'atfod.Iblo.l the 2TlU day nl Mew, 1''." Draught today. You can bay m tntindent of Public Instruction.If permanent. Aodrenu. Blew Bros. &:, mob an army; h* believed In QlalaBlaoln 3. 8. 8. contain no Mercury,Potash or- ,&
P ;'I'ltR' USE/ package from your dealer for the state primary law Co Ue pt. A, Monon Bldg Chicago and Cromleux; he believed In the other mineral ingredient. We oflwr fi.ooo
Administrator.. 25o. If he does not keep it, send IlL ". n
believed In the t
proclamations: for proof that it ia not' absolutely
The It means that who vegetable. +
the money to ChattanoogaMedicine a man .
send model katol or photo ol ta.awe lorfr Co. loon of deliverance; ha bollavad la I Home treatment -
has gone through all the formalities I
report on j Notice of Final Tann.. and a package will7ea "tha oath to conquer or die;" ba believed book giving
bona RADMARKS "+ Discharge. mailed;. Imposed upon a candidate thereunder, I that the retreats of our armies were the symptoms and'
Mnllno Uberi'bv. given 'hut six month who has complied with all the requirement CASTOR 'only "atrstetrlca! movemeuta"; h* bap otheInttia' ( ;|

Kflar riati>. II>wit I .... II,. 8'Ildeylrebriary, of the law nnd who has, For Infants and Children.' hewed. that lUmen would blow Itself I S and va1uablelntor. 'v "
IW8 I will "pilv| In Ibm J I lee MnOnrr THEDFORD.SB1JACKDlM.UGHI matlott about thi. i.
after Into the air rather than suffer the enemy
GASNOWorjosiTi ('unly JIIII"n( Voluvlu 'Vmn'y. Kli" 'rid'i, conducting a campaign, been (flu Kind You Have I dl.es saeil.dl; .....: ,',
fur niv fliiMl' .ilhtobnrire AflminlHtrHtnrtiitoe nominated by a party for an office, Always Bought to enter Into Its wails; he believed f...., Our 'Jlh ... 'I"' '
.. orn oirtate ol Martlm Hnnta: (:.emi>nnil.> [ ball an,, Inalienable right to have big that Patio would never capitulate; ha clan: 'advisefrea'' h1h{ ''': ,
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u s rtE J. J. BANTA Bear the '
believed lu the sorties that were Mba
WASHING TON. D.C AdlDloloualor f named i placed up'on the official ballotIn Signature I ,,thoetTkt .whoweiba/n1i'! .11''
Anguit, IflOi of aa a "dooU overwhelming the ba- Swill Sp..t. C.w4aey: !k r,
the o
"j general election an the nominee: r ,. A? .
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,"f' So far The Record has heard of LIGHT ON DARK: SPOT. ALL OVER TIlE COUNTY Mr end Mrs Myers expected to give a

YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD I but,. one democrat in V"lusiawho A this house week warming, but have in their decided own there new wouldbe home "_.CCC'CC....:._:._:._. e--: : .:;;:: ;':..:..'Cfi1.....:.",_.:_::..CC....:,_:.c....:...........=_:.:.......:._..=...:.:._;..rUI ;'

intends to vote for Wolfe the Independent How Perkins Got the Sheats-W oIrt' TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED' >> TO more room at the Hall, *o have issued ;
+! Crowd In a Hole. invitations for a dace on Friday WATTS & MILLER
\ Entered In '.he Poetolll.oe at DoLand, Via., office seeker for State THE ItECOKD OFFICE; UY ITS! evening at Hopkins Hall.Orange -

F aa second woes matter. Superindent of Schools. A correspondent; in the Jacsonvlll CORlUIJI'OSI: : ENTIJ. --- ill \l/
Daily Sun reviews the recent meeting
-- its
: ot the State Committee at Jacksonville, City.Will : HARDWARE FURNITURE ifft
B. E. PBEVATT Editor ft Proprietor Everybody who has not read showing up the undemocratic method Pierson.Dr itiil )

'.; Li Pulitzer's tremendous Wheldon aintingtheinside / ,
Joseph of the majority on the Committee li,

i DEMO( ATIB TI0KET.'NATIONAL ( phillipio against the Republican trying to get Mr. Holloway down, and Monday George on Kerr mutters went of to a professional Bnrberville, ; of Rev Miss Mr Massey's Brewster building.and family arrived il) UNDERTAKING m a

party and the President in the tailing put up an Independent ag.lnstblm. nature. from the North Wednesday.Mr il/ *

United States Senator. New York, World of October 1, This correspondent refers com Mr Alexander of Berenford was com- I Hitter and family of Indiana are Ill LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF.HARDWARE, FURNInitnre \l/
pllmentary to the stand Hon. J. W. mingling with the people here Monday located in the Edwards cottage on University A ll .
JAMES P. TALIAFERRO. / and for and Latest in
ought to get it without delay.It took this Av. it/ Everything your home the Best \l..j
Perkins of this county over afternoon
the Market and LOW AS POSSIBLE for the ll
Member of Congress 2nd District. our prices are aa
. it FRANK'/ CLARK. matter in the Interest of true democrat H H Ashley and son.. have added n 4 Mr R S Leavitt. our postmaster, was 11fine.I class of Goods we carry |Our Furniture Department is three lW
Presidential Electors.: looks very much as if twen- to principles. The corresponent says: mule team to their logging business al quite ill on Sunday night, but Is'now iII. doors north of our Hardware Store and when in need of lto
Committee Haw Creek. much better. oar lines we will take pleasure in either delrt .
H. P. BAILEY one of the State are "From the report made by your re itit. showing yon through
r.. J. K. OKADY. determined to have the democratic porter of the meeting of the State. Exec- This is fine cool weather ushered in Mr Josh Myers has bought!: two lots /. ment. We have the goods :you! need and. will satisfy you or your \ !
T. AJKNNINGS, irlve Committee ten days ago it was evident last week and It IR without doubt a on University Ave, opposite The Trues / money back. Ill.
A4.B. ;NEWTON, voter'of: Florida. swal that he -was not onto the inside welcome and is Improving them. ll
'. guest. itit/ Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. \l/
l'B .I'ONKMAN11 ; low a Wolfe in Sheats' clothing workings. of the scheme. While I was Major and Mra Brenna, Mr and Mrs ll
.. rr.rs. School ti'ustecm 8 II Jones, G Hag- Pratt and Mrs / \l>
..! only a spectator, yet I could see plainly Fletcher start for this
For Governor. on election day, but the democrats what was in the wind. strom and Capt F D Harper held a business place on the 20th of this month. itit/ UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. il/ p3

r JAPOLEON B. BRO WARD. are going to vote for and "First the slogan of Barrs, Bryan,etc, meeting Saturday Mr Frank Hill wife and daughter, of ) Mr. J. A. Stith, a graduate
( Secretary. of IIta"" elect will not! was an office for Wolfe. They tried to Messrs Joseph Powell and Ed, Parott Cincinnati 0, are visiting their father, of one of the finest Embalming IllIll
:, H. CLAY CUA WFORD. Holloway. They have him made Pre.ddentlalelector, and took au outing to Dt>Land, Orange City Dr Hill, for a couple of weeks. ; ) Schools of the country, is in Ill

AttorneyGeneralWILLIAM vote for an Independent insteadthe not succeeding In this, wanted for him' and. Sanford last, week. Mr Dieffenbach has a fine fall garden' it)) charge of this department and i iill il//

( H. ELLIB.Comptroller. regular democratic nominee the School Superintendent job. Thursday night! the passenger train under way from which he expects to will give prompt and careful
"It. was very amusing to see the grandmother : < I ran over and killed a fine berkshire supply his guests the coming season. Attention to every detail of this ; \ill

,0 A. O. CBOOM. "Another Tilden has arrived of the primary system, Mr Barrs, shout at this. place, belonging to Peter Mayor True held court last week ill) work. I ill
with tears in his to havean
appealing eyes
!,,, State Treasurer. upon the scene, and, fittingly, independent candidate< put on the Pierson. and Thursday.cost. for stealing Fined a 2 man quarts two of grapes dollars, 'it) Funeral Supplies 11*>
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. ticket. Miss Annie Piu'dom of Bin'her villa
here in the Empire State of New ..nllIlIlIl1 Svnle Odum of worth lOu. The Mayor again held court ill) in Stock. ill
1 Superintendent Public Instruction. "Yet I and others. h..veheard Mr.Barr. Daytona were on Monday a case of assnlt and discharged Always

,r. W. HOLLOWAY. York ; a very tribune of the peo- appealing with the same tears in his. Harper he admired Sunday.l guests of Mr and Mrs J A the prisoner for want of evidence .ill.......,......... ............. .,..........,................................ill>.
Commissioner of Agriculture. ple, calm, resolute and qualified ; eyes for the sanctity of the primary system but fined a young man three .-r.-r'r-.-r.-r.-r.--1.--1.dEVEL .-.....--;-.....-.....-.....-.....-.....-.... .
'i, B. E. MoLIN. in former meetings and anyone sug O II !Merriam of Orinond arrived here dollars and a half for hunting the man
t Railroad Commissioner. in all things the exact antithesis Resting such a thing as he championed Sunday nnd joined bin wife at the homeof who had threatened his father with a _.
JOHN L. MORGAN. of Theodore Roosevelt and in i a this. last meeting would have been her parents, !Mr and Mrs Peter Pier- club. .
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1.I R. FEN WICK TAYLOR. my belief, as surely as Tilden am not friend or defender of Hoiowtvy Capt D F Morrison, the fair and upright Bnokee and Stmdivant families this
I Justice Supreme Court. was elected, lie will be elected." and had I been a member of \ \ naval stores inannfactnrer of ,..11.') found tlit-m in a nourishing rendition. .
the committee would have voted to send Miss. Oakley ia teaching the drill
1: Turpentine City had business. in Put
t THOMAS ROBERT: S.S.COCKERET.L SRAVKLKF: ,RD, -Henry Watterson to Demo him thai telegram/ but the stand taken nave county last week. ..nI.1IImb. Miss Anna Is mxrrind. and m.
\VHITF1ELD..' cratic Editors. b y Perkins, McKlnstry Ball. Keiff. Donor living in Cincinnati and Is fat and
r and others who were really tryingto R P Walters of Stetson was. hero, hearty, ; Miss Mildred !Rtnrdivant' isteaching L
;, .COVMTY. ; carry ont primal law and refused.. to transacting important 1 business with B / klndergarden. at Cincinnati; STOVES AND RANGES
Circuit Court J udllts.f J. Emmett Wolfe thinks fifteen be led, bulldozed or tricked by the other, B Minshpw a couple of days. last week old 1_ !'fr. Stnrdivant is. a live and well

f,, MINOR B. JOKES. years is long enough for the was eminently the proper oDe All oftllass ..m..nII"oklnll_ _"___m nn-r tiinhni. and Robert in doing wl'lIln his hndness. keep on saving all winter
State Attornu,. gentlemen were unanimous in condemning 1111.. Mary Pierson. of Daytona'smost Bobbins Bockee is doing/ well down on
to have that he one
JOHN.C. JONES..Repre8eQtatlve. people forgotten the action of Holloway, bat worthy young ladies, is at home the East. coast.. of Florida.STETSON and you will have something .,
signed a paper confessing that he strenuously opposed the committee enorsing t
'CHAS. L. 8MITH.f. had published falsehoods againstthe an Independent Irs Gels Pierson's, her parent.. vs. JACKSONVILLE.The half burned coal to ahow for
J. HPARKMAN.: "The whole milk in the cocoanut was r
F County Judge > lamented Mr.\ Chipley, but its put by Perkins when he asked Barrs : John Dillard a promising young man your money in the Spring time.
'Hr. Barrs if this committee should of KmporU, in company with hi.. Latter Team Won But Stet-
I" J. L. MCCRORY. not. Many of the voters will GENUINE JEWEL STOVESbearing
harming wife and little son, was shop-
ask another man to run and Mr Hollo
Clerk of Circuit CourtSAM'L Put Fine On
son Up a me.
prefer to support Holloway, whois way refuses to come off the the ticket, plug In our little city Thursday
Sheriff only charged with libel as which of the two would then be the candidate Dr H D Dm'ifan, a noted physician of The Stetson and Jacksonville football BURN all the the above coal trade mark in,
i JOHN K. TURNER. of the democratic party and the lIlil w..ukeeVIs, was in this place team played at the latter place last you put
them and all the heat
i: Tax CollectorD. against Wolfe, who has confefsedit primary nominee Mr. Burrs never londay. He was touring the South Friday afternnon with a result iu favorof the coal contains.get out That'
t over his own signature.- wonld answer this question although and en route to Tampa and Cuba.Handsome the latter. but it was acknowledgedon why
PERKINS SMITH. we say they are .
asked directly several times and being nil hands that with one or two exceptions
f' Tax Assessor Miami Metropolis. pinned down by Perkins, squirmed out Harry Harper of West Stetson has an especially strong
-r s. B. WILSON. of! it, but the answer never came 'iernon, known here as a dashing young team Diving the result of the contest FUEL SAVERSand

"(;. County Treasurer Judge Parker's home is pronounced "Then there was that caucus. From step park count at courting in a little, was.ramble making with every a President Hnlley received the following!

J. J. VINZANT. Eso-pus with the accenton all I could gather, both In and after the beautiful young lady at this place Sunday telegram Friday evening: soon pay for themselves In reduced fuel
i ,County Superintendent meeting, It seems that Barrs, Bryan and aftel'n'onlast. "Jacksonville six Stetson. 0. It wasa bills. You are invited to call and ace and "
BEfiT FLS1I.: the o. Its derivation is uncertain some others had lured some of Bheats' clean, manly game." ask about Jewels.

{ 'County Surveyor although it is of Indian npportera into a meeting which never W M McLendon of Bakersbnrg, who The friends of the University will be '
1 met or took any action, and then, as. has been very sick is improving to the THEY COST MO MOM THAN COMMON STOVCSWATTS
. t THOS. DRUDY.. I far back 1658 his glad to note that the young men of
origin. As as a they went onto amid the disorder they slight of friends. The infant child
County Commissioners of conflicts were each told that Mr. Wolfe was de- of our good neighbor Mr and Mrs Hans the institution are expected to behave & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA
'' District No 1-R. D. BROOKE. series covering a clded upon were bound by a Andersen of this place is also quite sick like gentlemen and they are meetingthe
1'/,,' District No 9-FRANK E. BOND. period of six years, took place unit vote. Genera Bailey told some Dr Delong of Emporia is treating it. expectations in a deserving way. --
District No 8-W. H. MCBRIDE.!: The Stetson team organized only a C41M$ _"IIoIIII;>oM.riIf-M! ; (d '....JM5 ekide53kffahl6rrPffel> !
of it with tears in his voice, but Phillips
t. District No '-THO!!. L. BODOEBS. between the Dutch farmers Miss Nella Furen, a chinning young
week and
District No THOS.. J. MURRAY. talked right out and said what he or two ago was out practicingonly
lady and the excellent public school Instructor -
at Kingston a few afternons before playing WILLIAM KOLflOl\I
Eso-pus now
living bought of it.
Members School Board of Barberville, terminated an Jacksonville The "Htenson boys will I
District Mo JOHN L.CHANDLER and a number of Indian farm "Bnt the most remarkable thing is to exceptionally pleasant stay in this place to work to strengthen' the team in

i District: Mo No 3 Z-E.L.: F.E.: CAUSEY.District KNAPfE.. hands. This was known as the see much Mr.about Barre inviolability who always of talked the primary so- Sunday Jessie, Pierson's as guest most of her excellent sister schoolteacher Miss every go weeks way to be possible prepared during to put the next the best few Dealer in New and Second Hand Furniture, I
Esopus War. A treaty of friendship system be the first to put up on domiciled at the Mrs Nels'ieraoa'a fight to retain the championship of the DeLand and Orange City Fla.ij:I

was signed in May, 1604. an independent"During house. i State. ri

Biologists have discovered that the first part of the meeting The Jacksonville team came la last We have stocked both DeLand and S
much was heard about the harm done At a weighing in Harper's store last our stores at Orange; City, with
contagious diseases are carried Perhaps the most Inspiring and Mr. Sheats. and General Bailey had frtday afternoon Miss Margaret Brongh night, and this Friday, afternon will a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are offering :$
multitudes of petitions the tOil of Rhode Islivfid' weighed 12,") pounds; play the second game with Stetson'The at rock bottom prices-In fact our prices are not ,duplicated! in the
cats and suggesting
by pet dogs. Boil the memorable utterance which the placing of Sheats' name on the ticket, Miss Fannie Howard of Klngtree, S C, Times-Union, in its report of the county. You have had good bargains at our Stores, but better ones I]

,f' pets. campaign has brought forth is hen after Sheats' friends helped to 141; Miss Mary\ Pieraon of Dayton 123; game, says' : await you.
\ iarberville's efficient teacher Miss f, All kinds of Second hand household goods bought and sold. Sue
Barrs & Co. "The Jacksonville stalwarts little
jump on Holloway, by canna -
the ringing letter of Carl Schurz simply gave Sheats and his friends Miss, Nella Fnren 120; Pierson'a popn- dreamed when they lined-np against the all our goods and get prices before buying elswhure. :i
Read the record of Wolfe, the from his summer home a Lake THE DOUBLE CROSS and but up Wolfe. her teacher Miss Bosnia Fnren, 13}; s('hool boys that they were to be played ..lNiIiI.M.'iIIoIfioI1iC. ll9or +**Wi 8M*,a iii jH6
; Independent candidate for StateSuperintendent George. It does not at all indulge "Then again Barrs tried to make the Mrs\ Nels Pierson 105; Mrs J A barber, such a close game and that In a scrim __ _______ _____u _
Indor ement of Wolfe unanimous. Toils 164 The gross weight of these modest mage the school lads were to make furrows ,
of Schools, on invec emblems of purity is 1002.! :'-rr' iif r /
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in vituperation or the several men above referred to through their center for perceptible r W'q-OfY..bri.----'t'

the first page of today's Record. Live yet it is largely a vigorously objected. Mr W B Cade and family of Stetson advances The locals were many ill m'i
very This fact was also brought out in moved from there into this. community pounds[ heavier, but they lacked the
personal characterization, and if 4lscu lon. last week, locating on Ma David Jones' teRm; work woefully, while the scholars '' Never Before !m

t Secretary Hay loudly announ the President reads it it must The facts about Holloway were well nnnyside plant.tlon.Ve, welcome mil the fine points of the game dow" n to 11% !l!
ces that he will remain in the known by the old Executive Committee you will and your hospitable wife. advantage and made the best of it.
Cabinet if the I have strongly inclined him to but tor fear that there might be ron could not have selected a better Stetson was weak in one position. 111 f Have we carried a more mm !

Republicans carry either profanity or prayer. The some other Inquiries about other clln.41dates place> to live and work than with that "While this was Stetson's first game in Complete Stock of ll1FURNITURE \
the election. 'Mr. Roosevelt is I that committee hurried and industrious, honest citizen and success- which they appeared they demonstratedthat
mirror is held up to the President certified to all nominations. Now, it is ful fruit grower and tiller of the coil. the holders of the Times-Union 'f'
trying to keep it'still. [ in a relentless manner and proposed to take up the matter again Jest. wishes to yon and years, William. Football trophy are in good shape to +f 9Jf %ww i f ff
.and put out an independent."The hold it for another year. It is. a strong u
The Democrats of Massachusetts it would be very interesting to most amusing thing about it lathe That trustworthy lad, J J Peterson lineup barring one or two, and the f f
;y he champion all round house -
political news in the carpenter taught the coacher to % for home the latest in style the best '
know what lie thought of himself Influence nnd finisher and without doubt one game yesterday Everything your w
. C have nominated W. L. Saturday We all know the make changes and strengthen the team ;i that is made. We want to take you through/ this (department '
: Douglas for Governor. They after reading it. It is so Mr. Barre has in the Metropolis politl- of the handsomest honest to the core there The next time 'Stetson goes up .'. of our Store You will find the foods( you want and if'
are and who is
of this
men nowworking
cal column and how he dominates itIn young
and against a football aggregation it will bea at prices that #
calmly dispassionate so unsparingly /f\
at his trade in Daytona and
getting at last upon a right foot- one part of the column Is an earnest tussle royal if her adversary is to
''to: ing and. a harmonious under frank as to make a apP'lal[ to the voters to vote for Wolfe whose loveable sister Miss Frederica ; make it interesting for them. jjj!1 CAN'T BE DUPLICATED mew
and parents, Mr and Mrs Augustus Peterson -
It is In another it
pathetic jumps
sensitive man writhe or an in- i part "Stetson had the ball for at least a f .,
standing. on Price's independent candidacy, and are popular citizens here never ." ,;,,,,.,""" 11'.
nocent man indignant.The voting for him will be disbarred makes a mistake. In choosing good newspapers I dozen plays and made perceptible gains ?
says anyone to read. his. sister he I either through! center, around the endsor ij ji
for the next two at Demo- Through Undertakers and Embalmers
years !
New: tackles. Stetseii was advancing bnt f f f'f'
t The York rapid transit ratio primaries. called: into the listening; ear of the Times I
question is asked by democrats the ball changed bands on a
Union and Volusia Record
County man
) tunnel is the longest of all under all over Florida, even if When Now did, here the are Democratic two distinct Executive ideas. Thursday and ordered and paid for the fumble, and Jacksonville fought for the if' Full Line of Fine Goods w(n' )

ground roads having total distance T.U and for renewal to the andpopUll1f goal unsuccessfully until time was '
a Committee have to Rive a man aright newsy
the of libel hand.
charges against Mr. called. Always on
Record. (
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of twenty-three miles. The to vote for one candidate and not
lolloway .are true and the gentleman for another? Also, if it would disbar. a A Crowning Event Saturday Evening.Mr "At the conclusion of the game Stet w
: Lundon "tuppenny tube" is only man to vote for Price would it not also son gave!: a aeries of rousing cheers for n
about half as long. should have come off the disbar him if he voted for WolfeY"Admiral and Mrs Xels Pierson gave a most Jacksonville and they were replied to f J. R ALLEN & CO.ll f .
J ; ticket has the twenty-one com- delightful entertainment complimentary with a vin.Inspectors.
to the three charming young lady .--- -
t In the' West the mitteemen who putWolfe up help Walker announces school teachers, Misses Nelli and Bessie. and Clerk! of Election. rrrrrrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Democrats that the Canal Commission will Fur,,, and Miss Annie Mann About ee; -;ee;: : -; e-; ::-::::-:e-; ;o.'
matters? :Mr. Wolfe under his
seem to have a first rate chanceof eighteen, couples asseuibnd and took:partIn The County Commissioners have appointed -

carrying>itl e inter-mountain own signature, confesses libeling keep open two free ports in the the very enjoyable reception. Each. the following named persons to ieiiitaiieieeitseeieeeieeii i eei ifieeieisari se i

', states that a citizen ; Mr. Holloway is simply canal Zone, Ancon and Cristobal, gallant young man carried pound con serve as Inspectors and Clerks of the
rha'ye _onlythree: or tribution of dainty eatables candiesetc
? quite regardless of the question election to be held Tuesday, November W
four electorat.votesoeacb-o-Ida.ho charged with libel. These Refreshments were abundant and delicious TEE. w. BOND CO
twenty-one whether the adjoining cities and were served by a beautiful tth.. the last named in each Precinct be-
committeemen ,
-"j. Nevada >Wdo, and Utah. cancan circle of charming ladies Almost every lug Clerk to the election board: .
make the democrats of Florida Colon and Panama, find grass game nameable was. furnished. and Enterprise T Rossltter John B :;

'f General. Oorbln reaffirms his repudiate the nominee of the growing; in their streets or not. indulged In. The young folk showed Padgett John C Krnlder, Tneo Throop. Manufacturers of J:

{ opinion' thit 'no, .army' officer party and instead vote for the Independent The' whole "republic" will have ery themselves particular equal, demonstrating to the occasion to the In ev old M Orange M Moore City, G-N J Myers Dosier., A M Bailey, T Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates, Peach i

1 ought to mary Unless he has an 'whose name, without to move into the U. S. Strip in folk that they thoroughly enjoyed their DeLand-T N Page, J L Nnckols, T and Peach Baskets
superb hospitality, even tote satisfying Crates Orange Straw5
:' income beyond his'salary.. How- authority and without law, they order to make a living.If of a voracious. appetite from the over R Webb, E F Oates. ; ::

ever, Napoleon Bonaparte andrsl succeed in putting on the official abundant anuuly of luxuries, and with DeLeon Springs Jno F Cnlp Elmer :; berry Baskets, etc. J
Holloway should be convicted out a hitch or a jar of the slightest na VanClief T J Newman, W 8 Broderick '11" "
Grant.din'.t' think so. ballot. It is an unwarranted, vicious of libel at Gainsville this ture. Captain Harper presided at the Emporla E Lomon. Jerry Kelly. :; Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Any- J
q 1 organ! and depot agent Bailey tang
M t MMM MH contemptible fight on the W H Stone, W A Me Bride.
week then he and Wolfe wouldbe "Don't Fret and Make Yonr Wrinkles
r. It is 'too',bod, but' it 'may as regular nominee of the party.In Deeper." The Parting Hand Oood-bye Seville-B D Ranlerson, J T Moody :; where. S:
on a par as to character or J G Causey. A B Prevatt. .
well confessed for the was led ana played by Harper brothersand
' secret the language of that veteran libelers but Holloway with the others. A( 11 o'clock the happy Ormond-W G DePasa, D W Wal- :M Addrvss:0- W
: can hardlybe kept much longer boarded their rattletraps and dron, G C Chapman, Chas McNary. **
democratic nomination head of :; THE E. W. BOND CO =
democrat and soldier 'Col. 'Fred a ; |
Tom' Tajrgart. of,: Indiana Is not carryalls and departed for their respect- Daytona-Henry Schmidt, W 8 Rod-

'running ,the Democratic Robertson, editor of the Live Oak Wolfe; But if Holloway is acquitted -live homes gore J W Wilkinson, E L, Bond. W Lake Helen, Fla. *
ca n- ----
then Wolfe should not Port Orange-W E Johnson F O ,
[ paign,,at all!L to suit the,RepnbliK Crescent, says the Gainesvile be considered. Lake Helen. Sparkinan, M H Briggs! J L Savage. ''a ie' \.

K-', cans' i I' Sunk, we are going; to support the New Smyrna Louts Pallcler. E K oFCSE FaFSS sasrrreFS ........... .......eiieieiei

; democratic' nominee right or Lowd G 0 Moore, George Mendal. _.
Herbert Willlson Is working In crate ------ ---
Claude L'Engle i- is making the Oak Hill-John G Dyal, W C Howes,
General The State committee had factory.
: Grogyenor has been wrong. Daily Sun /a daisy. Its telegraphic Mrs Francis has returned from her W L Cause, S B Owen. BOND LUMBER COMPANY.Will
heard from., He no legal right to nominate Mr. .
that Cone
F predicts a service is superb and it is visit to New York. Tomoka James Bennett M G ,

c; ,great many.lriehDemocrata'wlll{ : | Wolfe against Mr.' Holloway and pushing itself to the, front of Charlie Bregg arrived last week and Jack Bennett Jacob Groover. quote you. prices and supply yon from their yard near the,depot at Del*'
rote' for the President because their action is universally condemned Is working in tho crate. factory.Mr Glencoe-Qeo Fntch. A W McKenzie, with the beat cypress and yellow pine

',he is a fighter, and .that "thou- except by a few., Mr. and Florida'bounds.journalism L'Engle with is an leaps edi- the north Mace end will fo-make the county a business this week.trip to Mose Lake Manning Lelen-A, John R Ditson.Cooley, J Willis Lumber; Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, 'turnings

lands f nakersj'.jirill( Vo.te'for lolloway was'nominated' by the Weitlake, D O Benton, L, Mace-
torial writer of remarkable force Mr and Mrs VanZandt are back in SHINGLES
'E Clifton LATH
c'1Ifton-IJaweon Brown W ETC.-
:; 'him because be is such a.power! l largest majority given a candidate and The Record congratulates his their winter home, and wa are all gladto W H Tedder, J B Odnm. ill and Fire Brlok, anyvKiere
Lumber. Building
promptlydelivered In th
have them with UILMr.
fat friend_ of peaceIs,' in the. May primary, and Stetson-C 8 Gallbreath, A H Alex-
r sparkling daily |upon its au spaCIOUS Myery baa returned from a business .
c .r. those who voted' for him' then anber, II F Burton, J R Britt .
Ther.:.Japanese ld r would knew as much about the charge beginning. pair ot trip handsome North, and horses.brought down.a Osteen-K B Osteen,. J A Blauvelt, Pipe ,fitting- Tin rooting, Gut

I*'J J'''tathetQiq'o1i' ; '' "th t\b4tt-.field.\; than preferred against him as theynqw The current year will go Into the The many friends of Mrs Bedell will D Holly L Tate Hill John-Wm L Leonardy.Wetherell-, ar, Valey T"E ECCLES tenng' and 8pou insr. Pump*

!live way :from it.sOvernin16ip / !! : at the'present time. ''They records aa one of extraordinary of be pained to learn that she Is dangerously Fnquay, 0 S Harris, T H Cave. repaired,,.wells and tanks madeto >

;: 4) ';the r-parents of's young 'voted forhim then and they will human life In railway accidents. With ill at her home In the North.. Pierson-J B Bradshaw, F D Harper, order. Repairing of all
three month of the year yet to run Dr and Mrs Webster have given np N L Pierson,'J J Bishop.
ill killed. ia battle are' prompt-: d o>'0o again at the November elec- there have already been 9,840 killed and I I1SM3 their proposed removal to Jacksonville, Senbreeze Dangharty J W Bus Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds, Satisfaction ,guaranteed.
,Jrt ''W de 4.th' ,' est .,,eon. .ion.; ''The State committee will injured in railroad accidents and will still make L H their home.. sell, Pierre d'A. Pratt G L Johnson.
'".., ; \ home this -.---- .. .-. Shops next door west of bank.l Indiana''
,i"v ", Cfl **ifetk>n. of aUrtheMeig&brs.IM ) .t.tot be able: to defeat Mr,.Hollora sine the first .ut. January., This .is an I week Mr,and having Mrs spent Todd the rearhed summer visiting WANTED-Lady or gentleman of AvenueDON'T ..
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a'd' juice"iOuitnUonlrvtofetf ." ,bat they have succeeded iniu'the appalling showing. Had we been an- relative and friends in Connection. fair education'to' travel for &(Inn of
( q ..v.;. that cantdde gaged in-a war.and the casualty list taoO.OOO capital ,Salary 11.079 per ,.
a Miss Kate Noble, after two 78&re'.tayln
TtP..t.o14l. ; :democratic, :. party"between a and paid weeklY) Address WO
showed aa large M thatwe should be year expenses
the North baa returned ana accepted 'Jobkrk. e'
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"!;'1\ ;,' !/il", the devil and the deep aarionaly asking ourselves the question a position with M* Pulton an aaaiitant with stamp M. Ferclval. Da.lnd.: ;
',, I ', .r.11'' sea." i IU the paw wer, worth. the.candle I in poatofflce. Fla. i I

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STORE NEWS- SYNOPSIS. new Nevi hosiery.writing papers at Brill's. Also DR. LECTURE.A A WELL DRESSED' 'MAN: '\ :'\\1{

THE IMPORTANT HEWS ITEMS! OF New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at .

THE PAST WEEK. O. W. Fisher's. Large Audience Delightfully ,,. I(

The Cannons stable have a car of Entertained at the Auditorium.There '

LOOM Bad Boelaty. Items tar the F.o|>l.*> fine new horses. ; I
Miss Ida Erhart is spending several waa a large audience up at the TT IS FAIR TO ASSUME,
P. Brl.t H..U_ of beta '
p r- as Auditorium last Friday night to hear
weeks at Lake Helen. ':
..*. by oar B.port.r. President Uulley's lecture, and onr pea k'' .*" that want be j
Hon. A. T. Pattillo of O.teen wan at pie never hud such a rich treat as was you to. ,

W. 8. Taylor, Denitst. DeLan4 Saturday night. (given[ them that night well .I '

New school stationery at Brill's. Mrs. Carlisle has returned from a Chaplain, Stewart was on the rostrum dressed. Most. men :

visit i at the old home at Osteen. with Dr. Halley, and in his introductory r,'
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at AlleD'a.The do. Well dressed
Mr. John F. Cnlp of Spring Gardenwas and preliminary remarks paida means ;,, '
ann has shone but little tills glowing tribute to the new Presidentof

week. at the county seat Monday. the University, that the institution ''K to wear clothes correct in '
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Mr. Joseph Davis returned the first : ;
1 INFORMAL OPENING | Fisher has the school books and school was indeed fortunate in having such as
of the week from a visit to Osteen.
snpplieH. educator and builder at the bead of its style, that fit, that are madeof
The will begin
***********++************************************************ Mr. E. D McLeod is again clerk at orange shipping season administration as was Dr. Halley, and

in earnest now in a week or so. he hoped that friend of the Institution
the Haynes grocery.Mr. every good materials and tail-
Mrs. B. M. Miller entertained at would lend his every effort in ,
hey was at Jacksonville on bunl-
( 1 Millinary Department cards, four tables, Tuesday evening.Mrs. its support, and to operate heartily '
ness the first of the week. ored in such a as to
Laura Dade Is visiting her with the President and the faculty in way
Homer Compson was at the county
the great work which lay before them.
laughter Mrs. Mayo Dade this week.
Of the seat from Olenwood Tuesday. Wood and He asked. that all who shared such keep their style and fit '
Painter W H. son are giving -
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bond were intown sentiments
to rise, and at once everyman
the bank building a new dress of
from Lake Helen Wednesday.Mr. woman, boy and girl in the Auditorium while you wear them. We
Q. A. DREKA & CO'S C. F. Pollard, who baa been in was np.Acknowledging. ".
:I shelled streets well stood
bed HI for sometime, yet remains quite ; the hearty reception !4 '}!"' have them at Fountain's.AGENTS :::1
the heavy down pours the first of the given him by the DeLand people and an '

sick.The week. of their continued '1
assurance hearty,
growers will get lots of their
:Mrs. J. R McGrath arrived this\ to make Stetson rank If III '
Department Store Tangerines off for the Thanksgivingtrade. support : among "I 'c FOR STETSON AND NO't
week from a summer spent at Bath the leading educational institutions of
Mich. the South Dr.
Halley took as his sub
The storm the first of the week
undoubtedly 1y.
Mr. O. J. Hill was here for a day jest for the occasion the life of Eugene! I

water. filled the flat woods with this week from his plantation in Leon fields< a subject that would particulary '3 ri WALKOVER! AND QUEEN QUALITY J

Interest the boys and girls and children -
Wednesday October 26 !Mr. J. O. Patterson and family arrived Gasolene Stove three. burners, good present, as Fields' best efforts in ;

the latter part of the week from life were devoted to the happiness and
condition for sale cheap. Apply to R. 1
the North. amusements of children.
O. Knowles. .
Mr. William Best will have charge of Trturu was one of the best, if V.M.FODNTAINGent's
John Ditson has sold his of
1000 Hats Displayed the packing hOMe of Messrs. Baird & oranges from the Glencoe grove crop to I. not tt ever delivered In the Auditorium Copyright 1904 by ;
; 'vt the consensus of opinIon -
Alexander at this place. Randazzo.Mr. Hart Schaffner & Marx .
Furnishings and Shoes
of thou it. Dr. Hnllev can entertain
There are oranges of this year's cropin Cannons has let the contract fora /
an au he did thisoccasion
as on
market, but they are too green yet to handsome addition, to his home on -
" " " for ove. hour putting them
be the real Florida or an are. Indiana Ave.WantedWhite. now in his OO's and number of children
Death of an Octogenarian. a
every now and then in solemn mood
There are no more gentlemanly boys girl for general to monrn her lose, Mrs. Egford ,
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YOU 17 XEl5lGeo then bringing: from them hearty and tin. R. B. Sproal eighty-odd Bly of this her i
? years place being danghter.
attending school JD the State than are hones work. Good home. Address l lockBox of
I. continued laughter "It the finest died at tier home at Ulenwood
.,.",." ,,,.,,,,,., ,,,, found at Stetson University. J, DeLand,1'la. was last age after several The family located at Glenwood
Wednesday morning
t ever h..arllll1 DeLand, was the generaltalk coming from Illinois\ many years ago, p'
There are quite a number of strangers Judge Gtanlden was here from Titus / afterward. weeka'confinement to her bed, old age I her husband engaging in the orange .!

already at DeLand for the winter people ville Saturday visiting 1 Ms> family, leaving President Hulley bait placed himself and the direct a !general canoe give of her way death.of her vitality crowing business ,

who were never here before. for Jacksonville on Sunday. In the affections! of the DeLand people.He To the surviving members of the
The funeral services were held Thursday family The Record extend its sincere
A. Dreka # Co. The Jacksonville football team plays Mr. S. B. Wilson carne in from Jacksonville is a scholar of rare attainments a morning. Rev. Addyman Smith officiating I condolence.

I Stetson on the University athletic I Saturday" and, spent the first of polished gentleman and educator and Mr. Jack Stitb. of Watts & __ ___ __u__ j
grounds this Friday afternoon. the week looking after his business here. builder< and to him should be given a Miller, funeral director the remains
being laid to their final rest In the SPECIAL NOTICE
Rev. Brewster and, hearty support from onr people and .
The Bond Sandstone Brick Co. Is receiving family are againat Olenwood cemetery.Mrs.
their home at Orange City. lie will from the Baptists throughout Florida. Sproal joined the church at The next visit of
.. ., ... .. large orders for its pretty brick, an
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-- shipping them to all purls of the State. preach at the Episcopal, church Sunday.The \ Stetson University, the DeLand people early age and was a member of the DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA
and the Baptists of the State are fortunate Methodmt church at thin place, and all i
The fall gardens are doing/ well, and DeLand merchants are carrying in having him to shape the destiny the Glenwood people were at her funeral THE

there will be plenty of fresh vegetables big stocks of goods this season the of the InHtltn tlou. Kt .mark of respect and in appreciationof Eye Ear Nose( and Throat Surgeon
her noble Christian her 1
and fluent have heretofore character
In now The radish Is already in largest they ---
soon. love for neighbors and friends, from to DeLand. will be &
carried. .
The College ArmsDeLAND market. :Meeting! of the City Council. whom come sincere regret and sorrow .

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McBride will be Many crops of oranges in this sectionare The city coucil held Its regular over her death. She leaves a husband, Saturday, October :-2z

down from Rochester next week, and being sold on the trees. The growers monthly meeting last Monday with all

will occupy their Florida home here should, when a fair price is onVred sell members. present except Council Fish, I

until spring.Mr. at home. who is at the World's< Fair on a vaca-

FLORIDA Joseph Hires, one of the progressive Miss Grace Howard will be the tion.There :

farmers and a stockman of the hostess at the meet of the Spinster Club was little business other than J. H. PAXTO

north end, was at the county seat on Saturday afternoon. Duplicate Whist routine work for the council to dispose ,
Opens for Guests December 20 business Tuesday. will be the game. of. The ordinance for the levy of a

The County Commissioners will holda I Miss Winnie Llnqntat, one of the special tax of 4 mills for fire purposeswas Cleaveland Block .' DeLand.

special session next Wednesday to'restore teachers in the public schools. of the punned, and the bills accruing ,

county, in quite ill at the home of her against the city for the month were
names to the registration list, .
Under the management of JOHN south of
if parents town. audited, and warrants ordered drawn
any are to be done.
at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE All democrats of the county should in settlement. of same. Fresh Packed Goods
Dr. Virgil Voorhls dentist, will open
The clerk reported' a collection of ,
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron- his office In the Grown the old Brush vote on November 8th the ticket 180.83:!{ as water rent for month of September
Wolfe bnt
but not vote for
dack Mountains.) For rates and other informa- block, and will be ready to wait on stand straight by the primary nominees last month of the quarter and The Best in the Market. ,

tion apply, before November 15,' to Mr. Holland, customers beginning Monday next Mr. and Mrs Mitt, LaFollette returned and the Marshal fees turned collected.in $30.50! dug tax

More new scholars continue to be en this week from a delightful summer sanitary I am now receiving and opening my Fresh Packed Canned
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. School. The council then adjourned to its all from standard (houses which
rolled at the DeLand High stay at Waynesvllle, N. C., and at their Goods of every description,

HOLLAND can be addressed at Principal Hnlvey is at the head of one former home at New Albany, Ind. next night regular I in November.meeting the second Monday send out only standard articles, and if not as representedyour

of the largest and best public schools in Mr. W. E. Stone, horse dealer of money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully

the State. selected and of the 11)01\)
Seven Hills, Ky., was at DeLund, Wed. Slreriil'TnruerCaptures a Slick Scamp. gather.

THE COLLEGE ARMS There l Is going to be s big tourist season nesday looking for a house. Pie wishes Sheriff Turner has been on the hunt

at DeLand this winter and our people to bring bis family here for the winter. several weeks for a white man by the A Fresh Line of Cereals,

DeLand, Florida may as well prepare for it. Many I Editor Johnston left the first of the name of D. McDonald, tbe man who
people in the North are writing about Breakfast Foods, Biacusts, Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right
week to accompany :Mrs. Johnston and lived at DeLand< awhile, on Rich Ave.,
accommodations, houses for rent, eto. I from the :Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected -
the children home from Hendersonville, and who worked< among the colored
for trade and warranted fresh and crisp.
Mr. Leonard, of the Leonard fruit N. C., where they have spent the sum people, writing Insurance policies Before my

company of Boston, and to whom many mer. leaving DeLund he had cashed a
Line of GroceriesWill
Letter to Orant Bly. METHODIST) CHURCH. SOUTH. of our growers ship fruit, was here this Remember that your occupation taxis worthless check at Ryland's grocery, My

week, registering at the Turner Honse. due for the year beginning October and obtained goods and money thereon.He .
DeLand, Fla. Near Corner Rich Avenue and Boole be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher'!
He was Inspecting the orange output of 1st. The Tax Collector will issue you also, while on an Atlantic CoastLine
Dear Sir': There are these five way vard-Pastors' Study chnrch. this section. train. between this place and standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,
and it la best not to delay
of badness in paint: Preaching morning and evening at your license, and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the
Messrs. Perkins & Landis have Invested the matter. Palatka stole a fellow passenger's grip
((1)) stuffed-out with chalk, or something usual hoar every Sunday. Prayer meet- people, give me an order and you will continue to have the
in another the the and took therefrom several checks one
like that; Ing Wednesday evenings 7:1)0:) orange grove Eighteen/ couples tripped light thereafter sent to home.
((2)) barytes, better than chalk, but no Sunday school 10 a. m. Dangharty grove consideration f 1800. fantastic at the dance given by the So- of which he worked off on J. D. Barberat goods your I

l covering to it; nobody know it's there; Junior and Senior Epworth Leagueat It is a fine property, tavorably locatedin cial Club last Friday evening, and a Barberville and another on merchant Full Attention Delivery ,
Honest Goods WeightCareful Prompt
benzine in the cil. water, or
((3)) or 3 and 6:30: p. m., respectively. Culp at Spring Garden. .
the vicinity of their other
grove delightful'evening was spent by the !
other such stuffing; You are invited to attend all these
((4)) too thin-too mach liquid, whatever services. J. E. MICKLER, Pastor.St. property in the HanDomlngo Grant young people present Sheriff Turner finally located McDonald -

it la. for the solid; North of DeLand.Mr. The Hodgkins carriage repository at Tampa, und landed him in Phone 79 J. H. PAXTON.
's) short measure; / this lost He will
( Barnar jaUnt place Sunday.
Episcopal Church A. H. Woodall has rented load of and
Now' will you buy by the price per will receive a car carriages be tried at the next term of the crimi
"K"Hn"' October 23d, XXIst Sunday after Trin his pretty home on East New buggies\ about November 1st. Parties
nal court Bud If the against
We furnish our agents with a state ity. 10 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. York Ave. for four months from December who want a carriage or buggy/ should ------- --- -------- -

chemist's certificate of analyst that Choral Celebration of Holy Communion 4th to Mr. George A. Redmond it him are sustained Judge Stewart will ,'2t.:: : :..:::t. .....:.;;a. .:.;;a. :..;:a. ..:.:::.t. ...:=r. ... .:.1. \
tells what's in Devoe. see this stock as soon as comes. put him where he belongs, in the State -, ..... .... .... .-t..... .... .... .... .... .- .... ... ... .. .'IM
with of Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Woodall and
Yours truly sermon. James Hodges, the expert orange penitentiary for a term of years. .1//
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FWDEVOE&CO packer, is putting up < '
New YorkG At the First M. E. Church on next West Rich Ave. for the winter. crops for I. Randazzo the New Orleans Mrs. Sewell P. Hays delightfully ft 1 School Books iiiIll :J

W Fisher sells our paint. Sunday the Pastor will preach at 11 a Hon. E. W. Bond was in town from orange buyer. Jim will go to Gleucoe tertained the Cranford Club Wednesday

I m. on "The Climax: of Life", and at Camp Cassaduga the first of the week. next: week to pack the crops from several afternoon.Mr. iIj el

7:80: p. m. on "Glorying in the Cross." He was present at the St. Louis con eroves In that auction for the same and Mrs H. Oldhara returnee l 1 AND "jm

|nsure with us. Sunday school at 10 a m. Epworth vention and says he hopes for Parker's party. this week from a summer spent in ill

NOW is the time. League at 6:45: p. m. All are cordially election but takes a pessimistic! view of Record readers should pay particular Indian Mr. Oldhara is leader of the 't' "j '1

cash for losses. invited to these-services.-- the political conditions. He thinks attention to this week a announcement DeLand band School I SuppliesAT "j -1

Spot There will be preaching services at thousands of the Bryan democrats will of Messrs. G. A. Dreka & Co., espe- The Cherokee Club, formerly the La. 'r''

U should be protected. the Presbyterian church Sunday morn refuse to vote the ticket this year. cially the ladies. Next Wednesday, dies' Card Club, met with Mrs. Holden 11' ,., ,;

D you insured? ing at eleven and evening at half past There are now over 230 students attending October 26th, id this house's full milli- Thnsday afternoon Mrs. Frank E I," iii

seven. Mr. Denny will preach in the Stetson, with the promise of a nery opening, and all the new and Bond will be the hostess of the Club 111, \j/jQ. ,
Every company morning on "How do I Know That I much larger number later. It looks as fashionable" creations will be on display, next week. ,f'

? am a Christian T," and In the evening if the present will be the best the institution one of the prettiest and finest stocks gj Mr. and Mrs. Lutz and the Misses ij, W. FISHER'S ,

yyhen does your policy expire on The New Birth." ever had. In equipments the millinery has heretofore carried. Lutz will be early arrivals at the Put )1)

policy in force? --.- facilities to be had, the faculty It has. 7th in the time ram from their Indiana home. The ......... ..... ,_. .... t"
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number sixteen. Services at Christian Church en Stetson ranks among the foremost educational for the convening of the fall term of the young ladles, will continue their studies tt:co:=_: :.....:.co: .....eoc: : ; -:.....::;::-:1:':_.......eo:_.........

Telephone Lord's DayOct. 23Jat 11 "'m. and 7:80p. : institutions in the South. Circuit t Clonrt, but owing to the election at Stetson. -- ..
NON INSURANCE AGENCY. .m. Preaching by Elder A. B. Wadeof 8th Jones Mr. and Mrs. T. E Arnold and Mr -
A West India hurricane struck Flori- to be held on the Judge
;: Kentucky. All are cordially invited. da last Monday and Tuesday, and for postpones the court until the 10th. Arnold's mother are expected from their
rIii'U will find us at Mr. Wade I la here with the view to in cbarged Richmond, Ky., home today. They ALLEN & CO .1"j
forty-eight hours the wind blew a gale There are two negroes jail W. A. .
taking the pastoral work of this will "White Acres, their winter -
Stetson and DeLand. church.bFEFFFFFFEEFFFFFFFEFFEFFFFEEFEFFFFFFFFEFEEFFEFFFFl.up. and the rain came down in torrents. with capital offense! and a grand j jury home occupy on West New: York Ave.

The storm was more severe further will be summoned to inquire into the

South. It did no damage in this section cases, and to return true bill If the The Atlantic Coast Line will put on Druggists and Jewelers. r'
cheap rate tickets for the Jacksonville
of the State, though several houses, evidence warrant :
Carnival October 34-20 inclusive. The
; wharves and pier were blown down on A negro boy by the name of Oeorsce Drug's .
round trip rate from all point will be ,
Bread the coast. Wade Benton, the mall carrier at Glen '
W Fudger's for one first-clase fare plus 25 cent, on Stationery, ,
g gTb's The open season for killing quail begin wood, was. bound over this week for sale Oct. 24 to '28.:! Huyler's Candies. ,
w y November first It I i. said the throwing rock and breaking window
week we dasttsi.l to call the attention of the public to the '* The engine of the DeLand branch left Kodak Supplies,
oil woods this are full of these birds. of a main line passenger train. The
= rise in price of bread stuffs, and remind you that we have not year the track as the train started out Florida Souvenirs ,'
: committed last Friday, and
i The law allow you to kill not over 25 offense! was ,
", w decreased the else or weight of our loaves, as have most of :j, Thursday afternoon to meet th. north
and not sell of the rocks struck a lady passenger Toilet Requisites
one ,
quail a day, yon can any. J'
5' bakers of the country. No Rise In Prices. bound train of tho main line. A wreck
't 011.the leading '" 80 don't butcher them just for the fun badly lacerating her band. He ing Stain from the 8anford yard soon Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies
'8 license will be for trial at the next: term of "
Non-resident must
oil of it. pay a up '
back Clocks
arrived and had the engine on the 1 1Jewel'X
: FUDGER'S BREAD g gIn of 910 per season to hunt game In the criminal COUI.t.The track In time for the train to meet 81. x\
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III Silverware ;,
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W cheaper, delivered at your homes, than you can make your J W. S. Taylor went to-Jackson the democrats qualified pretty .
Mrs. who well this This was done for the Cut Glass, :>rhM,. ,M
: own bread, considering the advance of flour over one dollar '* vine Sunday to meet Taylor; year. -.:
per barrel within the past six: weeks and you escape the heat J came down from New York on theC1.de last May primary. The list of qualified V. H. VOORHIS, Optical Goods, I V.. '

= and liner Comanche, which had voters published In today's Record exceeds Fountain Pens Etc. '
and worry of baking Jays. 'Phone ns.a trial order, we JJ Dentist .
1 ::: sure will become a permanent customer. :* rather a rough voyage, striking the la number that of two years ago ;
are you
oil 56S storm of last Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. of over 400. There are 1704 name Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. NEXT 4'0 POST OFFICE.
...' ::: the number 1887. ,
Taylor ha been(pending the summer Two-year ago Hours: 8.80 to 19 and 1.80 to 4
: W. 'Phoae St. Elmo Bakery I with her sister Mrs. Burrows atRpnpley1Maine Very few of the colored rote, however,

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'i.'wWA:' Uun.o.i, A SMorn. W I, OeoBmlluy HtlllnK, W F Hon. J. Lou JHoCrory. Connty Judge of
March. MoseiS Wood 8 R Woolvlne, B hiYelvlngton CD !Shanks, J A Vnnn J D .. V C
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Florida account
is the list of : Volusla County ,
Following regis- .
Mar h. H 11 M..nn. H W Y Stevens, 0 W Simmons, .1) SSingleton G
Mickler t.Moueod. t.m Macon, John BDISTRICT S P Hunmfclt, A H Wright P *. Z T GoUld. C A and vouchers a> such executor and suit to
." tered and''qualified voters'ot Volusia Mm4. Morriaon. hi R Si'hrniilt, Henry .t3mlth: B P Williams \ : a 13 Ii discharged

0 D McCormtck, We.titt0LOflt1d NO. t-ORMO.VDAdams StelJhena Matt Bhlpoa, J WSlory Wilson, A lama. Coleman Harris 0 W klerhset r. v. WATERMAM,
\. County Florida, for the various H D MuCorkle..lJ F Smith Johnrtmnllwood W A DISTRICT NO. -rOMOKA.. Harris: : George Hawley: : g Executor of the last 'will and testament ot
MoCorkIe .A L Mcclellan .J A A R R Smith F M ] Julia A. Stone
election districts :f McElroy F P M..Brtde, A D Anderson, JohnAmBden Ross Sirunin, Hurry Seaman: O BV II Jones Wm
Moe1roy 0 C .;;: ':f.dH: !* John : K W Asia, I W Smith E L Bennett. Z H Bennett James L
aaasaa aaa McBride: B L 11 l' Bryan John 8 Lindsay I .0 !suatitnger. II' P Executrix Notice.
toti-J.The I Commiseionera MaHrlde: 1) OM MoPUlt' Moses BoHtrotn, 'J A Bank, Fred! Tlbba Daniel |- >lllver. J II C Lindsay .J 11 .
:l. > County Metirath. W MuCorkle.; LemouI. C 0 Reed, JohnBennett. hompaon, Hartlaon :Turner J H Cone M C Oambell J R M Notice ia hereby given that the under

... :7i V : W W Thompson, H Y Troy, J :KIhompHon. Or line. WillisCampbell Campbell Ed Malone Q Muse B L signed has qualified as the Executrix of the
; having created two new !' Alfred .uckols. John I.. JJ nnett. Wm T Butler ... WBaber 1 : Ulahdm :Thorpe:;: H II J R Campbell J II Miubbutte I :If! McCoy W B Katato Jeremiah MoUrath and all creditors .
MoaeaBennett 0 K Trowel!, R F Thomas L Campbell W W
Noel .I C" i'lorrl. U M Boyd Miller, .I C legatees hairs and distributees will
Precincts, Ilolly Hill No. IS'; and ...ewnwns. Wm Asa Bennett, Z IICarnell Tlius, jlenry T G P present their claims within two years from
\ U Groover James A Oroover Jacob
Parker Charles
0O'Neill. James Fred L Uroover J this date, or the namopwill bx.foreverbarred.
i- Seabreeze; No. 20 out of Daytona Carnell Ulileln A 0
Ii.Jl.n Jerryt.kitus cnapman C C Campbell H F V H Quattlohaum. H 0
No. 8 if voter's name is : thittos.t'ie1l: Cuslck. A 8 Colby. VII F'Crepe Vnnl1orn.V Vlllaume, V Hnrner, A 1.MariMir null, Wm S WcOitATH

f. any l' C H Chapman, J C Vandorn; HnrJr: VunVulHon; 'I\r :: Noah Hull I:, James: Sewull Lowla 'IIta.rllna-: R This July. II. I'lO-l.'! Executrix.Notice .
Vlnauimt, Vliizunt, L. Hull, Jaa F Hull, James B Sheppurd. tllalInw -
of those three 0 T N
in the k'lLlntor E
wrong one Pawe. D DePotM a 1* Hull
Dargan J ViLna W L V..rd..lI.'m A O harper| H M T of
E Final
.I W krevutt. B Discharge.Notice
.or.III./!/ Davis, Joseph UePUiia, W O W Hull. B u Hull, F Thoma.on 55' .
Price i. w hi
Precincts and if said will
party FWI
r.P."on. Wnlxtlne Andrew Weaver (I U
: kullanl ,
FQWC hi 1.. C l la hereby given that the undersigned
I'' notify me immediately I will H..bert 1'.ltls..n. C It&itxtoH Early J R l' \VcllH W..ldron., IxwlHMlMon M N \\\nlton, ,a J KMIHamH Hcliner Molrlty, QSmith. S Melts, J H SVetihorell. Wm Sr Wetherell 'rhOOllta Guardian of I.. Colby: Pinkerton will

I) 3 I'Ilugur. August Wothureji \Vm Jr \Vlntlom. I .1 on tbe let day of March A. D. present f
Francla, :J E Freeh C A \ hrankVrlirht \\ Otto II J WWlnn Smith, 0 WDIS11UCT C 1U06}
change his name so that he can itItugurs. Pagan, Wm Forsvlh II C \ ...0" \\ hlte. Alonieo I W Wethorehl 10'Y Ills final auootint the County Judge ot
John A
KOller. Fonts: John Fagln. 1" JFutuh Curl 0'lIllon. Qeo Volusln County. Florida, at his olttoe at
I" Wtihm-r. IV JesseDISTRICT '
...uIiuruCon. B H &tobhieon. W W Yolvington \ : : :
vote ill the Precinct on Arthur ...u..nl1ou. Wm Ford Sidney Johniutch Wchner Curl Wilson K It PoLand, und k that the satne be allowed.
.proper .ktlcIards.01/!""'. I) I. Rosa C lit J jl \\ iillums, Perry \\:Innlnghiun.: C A NO. liGLENCOE.llennclt NO. 1111'IERSON.And..so' J. D. PRICK:,
\, a HAMrklng \N noils I W P
A Walker. This AUK. 23 11104.Uuardlaa..
election ii W W ,
.. day.DISTRICT' Atuevus.ityland.. Thom ttuylns.. ..uenn. F W Gray, IS WUIIBert Oeorge: '. ,h'J\'JL! \ Wmllklnxim Woods J H I) A .
...Id. K t ROnhou.... D ThoaHayward ( \\ J.IV XVIIIInniBon. II e a W Bxnnett, M .. P
r : NO: ENTfcKl'RISE. ..0"11..n. A \V .etuuinson, .I W 11 I While, ,. A \Illliims, A J hitu'tin'tt James Baker A C B Notice of for Tax Deed Under
T W Hale, F S P W 11 Application
Itobinsuji .I H 8 Bows. M UI Wilson AMIIIiimson, H Bon net t, Jesse D D BoLts W E itishop .I I
P, hamilton. Wm Helm A A Ward, OUR Baker J S Jlruduhaw A M Section 8 of Chapter 48H8:! Laws

IA Stevenson Henry I N Hyden H W I Z Clifton John Clifton Jonathan Buiker r.Br..d.h..w.. I' C Florida. S
Atkinson Jog Jos .wyer.
,.. Armstrong, A W lJ Fttm"ck. J Zu'"r.1; IIDISTRICT Clifton. O Fmlck litradehaw. 3 B
I -- B 6iencer. hpauldliiF: Annul Johnson GabrIel Notice Is hereby given that Mary Howell
Jeffries,, D C
Frank J W Stewart i .A I I NO. I) POHr OK.XNCHHnnUH ; dateJthe
Brown K < purchaser of Tux Certificate; No. 88,
I'ock.n. Jul .Legell A ILeimitth. O A 'Itson, J L, Cadet J IL -'wII.. I U
/ Dickens, R 0 D Bum $nyder. 1' ..InirT" Kennedy James tlmbuU. A B It ])It nn. John P ntmlck. F a UId', W B Uthdayot; June, A. U., !::r'baa:: llled
E A 8 M Bpnnett. J C F .1.. I? said oertilfcate In my olllce .
: : : tl tl.OIf"T hee. Kant Lowe. W K: Peter application for tax deed issue In accordance '
Emanuel J J EVerett CrmaQrlrHn thlf I HimKS, T M Halley A J Fly nil. Xutch. a W .Dtu'tee John to
"'111"ld., I F e4mlth .J M I..lnl..r01..n.> Fritz lowe, J C Hen nett. Thomas lli-nnvtt J W F wilb law Said certIficate embracesthe
.' B f"; ""-:::-:: Orlftln, L L < Lorer. F A tlmllh. Peturbtrlckland M UriKKH :M A Harris Alfred Harris Ctarance 1"arr.lI. A Ii: following described piopurty situated
I 11 A F tlteven 11 H Manes, Hugo Moore. A WAtmlphurs C I MiirrlH. i: M Harris 8t Chair S.. 11 in Voluala county, Florldato-witt.
Honkers6n.1'jaa laroul .biewLrt Wm U 1:1.I..y.. 0 C Mayo. R 0 Jesse Oirrow J H {',.. Hlawklns, ,T J Harrison J .ituulii. Uuurgu'i'enner Mrrlta 1o'erdlctN..ry., Charles 1)Iuliois Jackson. D.,\,,, Horn John l-Itlfr8ltrom. Allbln The said laud being assessed at the date I
JacksonPeter' Jonea Anthony T MllllKan: John McNary, ArchloN 1 II I K hugger A Jl I. Hull. John 11a.n..n. rl AU..pcr. Issuance of atiah certificate In the name of
Jonea: :, Chaa : Jenkins, Alex H .A 'eIlEyc. A Moore, F, ..ilisioholn Uoiitthi'rty ChanFoiaard. II/ul.olIl.l Unn I....., W W Ije. J D A 0IK. Seville Colli p''y. Unless said certiUcate shall

Jamea, Wro l..wnIY. W AI !'horntoll. Ii A ; J be redeemed according to law, tux*deed
,. .t .X !tCornton .J P iuylur. W tIT..nEyck Joseph ChitsGregor ;Mitchell J D -\1..lIon.V MMelton Jone.i David Jones. t5 1-1 will lasue thereon on the :Jltb day 01 October -
Kruldar,3c M A '!Turner .I UTaltoll. P c; Moore W 0 W R Jones. ...umijum Jones. C hiA
M .. E H Turniult: Curl Peak Andrew Penllcld. E1; E W lamer, I 0 Morris Henry Melton Robert 14 A. D., 1IHJ4.
Morgan. XeePadgett \ .. taylor. .I B TtLr&tUS. M H Price, J D Priest t. R Kit 11 :\leKln.le.V McKlnzle W W Minshew W McLendon 1101 I Witness my clllclul signature and seal

: p 'l'.le. NO''I Dompeon Jacob lucks A J Flicks, 8 MnnnlnK. Moses McNelll J A Minshew B D this the. 30th dny of September A. U., 1UJ4.

John Padgett I H 51'eute. .I L Romeo Sam Russell B F ] MnnnltiK/ D McNeill D AOOhison SAUL I .
.Padgett, Joaeph. Padgett WmQuackenbossTUI V RobertS B W Russell C A Johnson. Out Johnson F W ;Murray. J 1)R Nell .s ,
Clork Circuit Court
Vlniant .I .I Vlnsant .I '1' W RSterthousc. RobInson M D Johnson, P W Jones, I lunrvJohnson. Nella'I ,
; f". *' ". W S Johnson, W R: C \VKarn Roberta, T II Pierson o..ell.V WIPierson. Volus.a, county, i'la.
R \Vood. 0 A Wood. 8 AWoud. Coo lltanto:
goper, J W Rosaettor, _\'r .J H \\ rigHt. S H Stewart, H li Ji"lir )0'K TetHer, J L Pierson. Nulls L Powell L. L
Richardson James itetherelI I It Vaturs, 11.Vebb. Street, A W Smith, John Kennedy, L 1 L HMcDanlel W I'eter.on, 'k U nwo Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un.

.S 1' K VhituornU, 1V Stanley Wall L While L SDISTRICT Parrott 3 Powell, II der Section H of Chapter 4888 Laws ft
Smith, Isreal Sauls John Wilson S B Vatt. %V CVooiIaII T Ix'ffman 0V .R
'. Btevens, Rube % A H ,s W B '-Illman Abe hornton, M M NO. 14-LAKE IIELEV.:. Roeongreen Fred .. of Florida.

.T on, Lewis Wickhum: I) L limmona, J J Mllliirn, C B F1II0rr1M. S Notice I. hereby given that A AMoDonald.
l i: ', ..hroop! ThVoas Wllmehuret, H I WhIte' %V hi V B M ;MoDnnlel L, ,JlIIell. n Smith Sam lIJ purchaser ol Tax Certitlcate No ((10, dated
t Slman. wnf- Webb C FVoodwurd.. W UVells. Vining. E U'V ., 'rhOlllcDa; nlel. L Jf'ttii Baldwin Jack jWWooward. the 7th day of May \.D. 1"113. has nlecl said
" V % W B Woodvard hi 0 ;\ Hariy ;McDanlel. L HMcClomna ""k.r.elMolI- Bonnett. R F \V 11 ,
I' Woodeon.; T R Wesley, \ m Watson' 'n"hV..lt'ome., B JWlnn Jltflts L F L W1'attllo Bryant Tom Bond M :MBraorue IVYurborougb cettllluato in my cilice and has made ap-
OH'V \Vults. SV \VaLte.. W W .Mille. W 13 0 B ilcDiinlcl, W L, Biker, aHhike :- J C Rlinker. I A pliculiou! for tax deed to iisue in accordance -

( WalaMne 'A W Williams. Butler Wright 8 B IrValter.. .. R I' Yardwvll J IIVnllilce., U M P Kills 0 J F with law. Said cerlinuute embracesthe
V.IItOU 'Jonah .Walatlne, Harry Woolvie R C Vaahlngton 11Vtllgille.. T F PnrrottS J J L Bond! 1)V Brooke Edgar DISTRICT NO 2GSE.IEEZE. rollowlug described property situated
w ;.,. rr.4- -..-.-. Y Watson, Berry Watson, 0 L Men.ton, D 0 S P In Voltisla, county, Florida, to-wftt
Yelvlngton, Wm Vclvlngton H E Wade, MIltonVuodborry, C DDISTRIC'f Robinson U S Hnurfh E W0pn.rkman llinke. Abercromble J DAman.V A NwU of section U' Us: 28e
DISTRICT JJO. Z-ORANI.E/ :, CITY. Yeargln I C H Valdron, D W rUllh. ('hnOlIl..r, F 8 Cnrberry, Thomas Allen, John II nnder.on. IL 1(1 swj4) tp range ,
r NO. 8-D.\Y1'ONA. ''n '" Lit acresThe
Z Smith IsieiilSmith F 0 I C Ids holm. J M
A Zelgler Matt :Zelgler!: A JZelgler A C B SiiMiiro, V C Cooly. A B Brannon H C Brown S C said land I being assessed ut th 'date S
Anderson James J F :Pandora, Edward Atwood C E Austin W W Smith. N J 13 Savage CV F Ballowgh C A I;.rown, U Mi of the luauaucoof uuch certlltoate in tile
B :Zelgler!: Charles :Zelgler!: Gee Atwood Wm Arnold CAheton W Sparkman T J rutrell B BQootlwln Panning D B Butler J C 'uce. Marion name of Bnrra Hunter Unless eaid cer
f Bailey A' M"I< Earnhardt. W R I :Zeigler!: Morrltf H W Adler Loula T G Bagwell, J A Bugle, F HBnlley tincate shall bo redeemed .con'dlng to law,

Burney Chas leng.ton.! John Amlk Alken ,Aultman M B 'Tedder J AVu. Barney Ooodall Vernal Burdlck, L. Z N N tax deed nil! issue thiivon" the luth day of
DISTRICT NO. +-DIi: LEON SPKINOS. Avl E G Aman. W VVbercromble V II lirkton. E F Ba.I.V H -
I Nov.! 3, Coleman. Edw Hurst. J R tlurgmun C F liuckliiml. H C ,
Coaner Alfred W W Anderson fclMngham. J FWells Vnss It W10NEW Hublmrd J D
Cannon W C. Carpenter, El M A B W ,ilursr .'. B HopkIns, KrastUN 1alC"ett.V A Duller J B Witness. my olllclal signature. and l seal
Clark, J W Cosen:, WDosler & Andrews, Harry C M Benedict A I J, Sr tteekmuji. D 1> Burn 8 this\ the 15th Uny 01 OU, A. 1>., imSAMLD
D 11 img-nam.. C M Jr Bull J %VI3ihen Y Jeffcrlea. J T 'ornlffan, Oscar Ilranch. Ji, A Uullll U J0IIMNClerkCirOulli
0 N Dade, L,T Broderlck W B Barney B FBradow U H Brokaw A R Yelvlngton/ JohnDIS'IHICT L Buggell, A J ; 1'la.
Booth C 8 F WBroderlck Brown O A Bennett ..."rl NO. Long Henry Long/ P c C Court Volusla County,
!)Bmanuel Amoa Everett, Wm Benton S C C J Brush, C H Bracy H VBurdlck .\ SMYRNA. Luliman K M vcvna, Oscar Carter Tr"eodore Crocker, J B
Bevell. Z. Cross, E W Coleman, 1S Notice of. Application for Tax Deed
"* Dan
Blackwelder Brown Jasper U 12: :II
",. French'J d-- Freeman; "b Blackwelder J TBlackwelder Banks, Jamea Butler, David BeaUer W A A Abbott Anderson>V Oscar 8 Abbott, a WAborcromble ;Mace John P Mitchell II C Craig, H W Clifton. B FD Under Section a of Chapter 4SSS!:!!:!,
JSSEfS JBa" F'"ney'' F H WadeC Uullough, U P Browning, J P Abbott C D Marsh, GenManning -Mo.vHnle, J Laws of Florida.. .
!BruIt JohnBarnes Bennett Simeon Albu MoKlnile, W C Dayton E E Dnugherty I
o Conrad J B J B "Vavion Norman Dale IF U Notice Is hereby given that A A McDonaldpurchaser ,
Conrad. MDaugherty. C C, )Bennett U It Mace L P McKlnslo, C It
Graves, D P Oraham P C Culp, J F Brown, Jacob Barber L MBurdLne Brown A W S P Douchelle., ti Q N Dorset, J l'E of Tax LeriillciUe No. ID. dated

,, Grover R 0 Graham, J D I> Bennett Ned E L Brown Baxter H L lurch 1-trunHOn L :M B A Noblo.Iason; Sr Newton, W WPelton the :2d dayot June A. U. llJO bas tiled

Herrlok M D James. Daughterly, JohnEdll'8. Belles, A B Bellamy W M Bennett, Z J lUrch' J JHerry. P Hikes W A said certificate In my ollico. and bus made
Hallday. J C Hill. P VT Beardsley Oeo Buckman, 11 Baker, H BTiiixter : J R Pelton A H C B application for tax, deed t.> issue In ucciiidnnue .
: Hardln. J P J ti Flnlay O DFuquuy Fuquay, Ii lo'
Bennett ti TBaylor. Pruden H J
J I' r"pCRU:: John Hitrbi-r S II C H J M with law. Ualtl ccttlllcute enibraci'S\ .
Jones, Henry Flowers, B MGodaen. D W Raker. W J Bell D JBrook.AQ Paulson. A M 10 the following desclibed property' situatvd. F"
Bullard 8 la Butler' Preston R
K G Bond id L, Blocker, 12 C Kan.tins. Peter Roberts, N R Gardiner George Glllmore, S mO1Irdlner. In Vultiaia county Florida, towit:

King Albert Kolmun, W M F E Uetty AHlixen baker W N (fhllton B r (Curnev.. :J CCox. Ruaxell C P Rapson. 0V % C E Uouuard F GH SwJ4 of ne'f und ne)4) or 8 'K.3 section :23:,

11 C Hoot, Henry township Us, range J8t>t bU aurvs
Canova. J F J II
Mosely Isaac
Marvin J P Henry J W N 8 Harroun A S Howard E L
Carter..\VV Curtis, T FClark qSober.
Moore M M Myer.'c Shl hnlm. Lorry Chllton. Thomua ti The said land being assessed. at tho date
C Hlckox, S WHammond Hill (George Herrick \ealey Horn. 1.Hanie
a H Collins T BCurmlohael AlbertSwerdfcjcer ,
Myera J Martlli W J B IIJonea Davis, Joseph J 1) Cowle David I Coiieliind. Kd II F Sanders.. J D J JHanle Hunter \V1; of the lasnauve 01' such cettilionte in tbj
MoSfr'nS L McCormick John J Count, P C Carson: J M Cm'tlKilice, Ii C Clifton H Cl'hlt1mlln. T J 1Hlrea > 'Herrlck O CHlrea. name ol A A King Unless said corti II.
k, 0 J AParrott Robert D: C Clifton John A H E W H Bhall be redeemed ,
I rCBurnle. Jones. Bedford Corpt, A C Clark N 11 Conway A B Todd W cate according to law.tat
Jones, Mitchell Jackson J MLungren Cuklwell, F J Curtis U R I> S'V Hires, J M deed will issue thereon. on tlm Pith day uiRoy .

Lloyd : Parley. B F Jolly C V Cox C KConnul CollIer, B F Itohfl C 1, Dlsmuke. W I.Dllzer Webster, a WWestlnke. Wilson Thomas Jt J A. D. 1IKH.

: Roper pl R K E TConrad Carter A O C R iMy John nDiiKgett. J W Wells, Ed mom! Johnson L B Jones J B Witness my olllilnl sIgnature and seat
a >t
. Robert. L H f Keevea 6 T B Kirchoff Otto F ]Mromurtle Collier C EColchlougll. DotiKlas. Rod / A I. Weaver W I.V"lh.ce.. DC. Johnson O I'K Ibis the lOtU day of Out .\. I). 11104.
Reed W
L Sum II V Uetwller. J Y \. ,illm>n. C H Wood. Lawrence
Robinson. Dow Q P /ftA.M'L U. JORDA.N
F ,
f Yland M L Lee J H Carl
Harry H F Knappe
: Collier Joe Carrier H J Davis J :M
;; Clerk Circuit Court Voluaia Cn, Fla
Lnrklna J T HKocheraperger R L ,
Colvln Lynch, FAMoJones Cole, R Carter, W V ILEvans DISTRICT NO. rV-CLIFTON.; Keating Klutz. ,
Spencer Bp SmIth Edw M U H 1 L Keller, 13 V !
Sperry''wc" Stark. J W Marsh R 8r DMireh Dargln O D Uouglaaa., H F ,,S J nLlllson R niroil, E N U L Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under '

Bcott, Benmmell, 0 W H 0 Mann, tt B nrKln, M M t t'A\ ( )F nrook. SB Hrown. Dnwaon Lund C P l-ujrtbUln. M L Section u Chapter 4t18:!! Laws i

/ Tyuii Henry T Marsh Walter Marsh Arthur L Davis, L, J Fox* II F FUI<'h. W H BliiikHpldor., J W Brook., oilv..r M of Flori 'invlnr nun Mew A T J E J tilti man, Oeo biiiiigiaitm IL Kplliuny, Mallory R M Mlddleton F M 1
Thiireby ;'I..r.h. Tiilih C B Flits. A Wn : mn<.1 I Hro nRR
Thureby:::: : B.N? True LWho"lon..M '1'N Dollar Peter 1'lsher, Lev I'Tcliinil I : k. C Brooka, JohnV' Martin J O McClough JMcCollough Notice Is hereby given that tlalo Krimnlng.purchnser S
Newman. J 1'P Ii: Hliickweldnr Henry C L. Mlddl..ton.V O J ol Tax Certlllcato No 7 154, dnteil,
C w Edwards, Primus Krlckaon N Oroon. W JOnlbrenth flnlhrpnth M A lurnett.! Morris S E McKensle, 0V the aril day of July, A. U., lOot has, tiled
WiggIng Dan Peterson, J T Phillip, Ed ludmustonV H Edwards, W S CJ w ( Mayo E H has
William. Arnold WulHh' John S A Olawxon. C S Clifton ClIfton Henry M said l certillcate In my olllcu und made
White. .J'14 Peacock S D Purcell, D JPuraell t-ltK, W H KldrKlge, C lomex J (} (}nrity. J I I': "lIflon. Henrv E (,'hirton. Henry K 7- JlOI application for tax deed to issue In uu :
1 Pomeroy: B WPursell H WPerrlsh 1 anrniT, J D nrlltln L J f J 'ton. \\'''"ton ( Clifton R I. I Olmstend! M R Oliver C UOliver oordance with law. Bald certilicate
Y em
W HPullon W D
V J Foster BertFrailer PooLe 0 H H Cl fton, F C lIt'on.V K ,
Toiimr. LewisDISTRICT i
Wm a French. W EJo'urr u........... 'v... -. .ii...... M.....................n... Cilfton. R C r'lIf'on--.. ---. 'V"p .. ..f.. P braces .the.. following. described! property
t It W H F'oye G A hawks J III Post C C Potter E L stiuateuin voiusm county, j-loiiuu, to-wic I
Howell VFlisrily I.
a.I NO. 3-DELAND. Rudd F 0 Ryala, CharleaiBproul Fairoluth B S A"ltzgeruh.. Ed .I 1" halo W lo'lIeM" Flower C S pr..tl. Pierre, d' A Payne 0 S Lot 0, sub ol'w3J of sol)%, section 5, toWD- .

.,, A Reynolds, ..JV Foote. C 8 //o..r. E B ". C a G R ship IDs range 31e; U acres

1 .. S I George Daniel Qeorge, Henry Russell I N RaJdaIl .A SRtdgeway The said land bt>lug assessed at the date
Auathl W J ; 1.- Sprout: R B C B Glilman 'ARJ W.CCLwOoodln. Ireland IL: F. II '}' R Roger. IL II of the issuance of buch ceriiilcate in toe :
Allen, W '
( Allen S|>roul, H J Sylvester, E E Qoourlch Hunter. Wm Hunter Aldredxn Rush, %V Rose. P
1 name of Sarah 8tarke.! '
Anderson MartinAIIJU 8 F 'r
S ,
W Oa.llwnd J M Hunter A D
; Anderson Lewis Jones .Ini JenkIns U C Haryraves G
Alexander J IS J F T Green m W UU'hrleV, Uhrinols Jones: I.' a\J Jon,..: harrIson 1\1 8truther. H H Smith Stephen Unless said cei.tincate sliull be t.... I
Allen. James A Adams. W W E Tedder' T EVanclelrf : Taylor, FredWllllcombe. ( C I' 011I.. W F Jones. Goorga J.mkln.V a' McCullum ThmlOdum Sl1ft.Og.. A S Swarts 0 W deemed according to law, tax deed will issue ,
Alcott. W
( A.,.en. B H .Ander. C J V OrIftin Lewis Ullie 'V F JrGoodwin Johnson. W' P O Shoenualcer Floyd Simme .A TT thereon on the lath day ol Nov. A li. 10. S
\ Albright, J L E L Ben GreeneV 1\1 K T.. W Odum J BOdum Witness niyolliclal signature and ,. I
Auatln R H W Geiger, eo COve, S 31Gouitlherty I1; Odum. L E Leonard B Thompson. L Tomlinson I R ,
. Knapp TClng. Tom N this the loth day ol Oct A. U. 1001.
II Wright. H A
/ QeoVla4on Chris Uardner 11 P Thompson H F Templeton R II
r Bushnell R C Banta J JBrlatul. Wallace I W M \ \\ ThomuaWilliams. (:Jali Ben Uruen. ilsrltlwi j t .....wi.lnrrllOOn Lowe a A Parlwh, L C Thompson H C Tromblow.J. BThomp..on HAM'L D. JORDAN! ) Brown, fr BBaldwin W II West, f W John JY ( Otis (Iayhn. J Lowe 0 W l.oOwtl. E K Jr S John Clerk Circuit Court Volusia county, Fla.
'J. K Bly, B \eeka, E M II I..meyVm l.uthlfUK". 11 D G Smith LewisTedder. Smith. Wiley V
Bond FE'. UlKelow/J Hardltig Oliver Hobbs, WI UHuanu Ltipe I H 1-1 L T VanValsah I A'V Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under ) I
, Itradlov( J ABovnton Bristol O W Yelvlngton 8 Yelvlngton J Id1)LSTRICt : Ludwig. : I-luanewoil I. II U lfwd. 0 W Tedder, Lee

, Oeo Brock, Orvlllelltalrd Hand H I' howard H VHiniky ;'Ilior John A ;\Incy. H 1)Mier. Teller W II Tedder R B Williams:: John 'WI Watts, BHFO'VeVherbee Section ti, Chapter 4tiott, Laws I
Bray, H D NO. B ELDRIDOE.IMuglnaa John Wilson, t'lutcher. of Florida.
hull H 3Huston Antonv Motslngee' 11 8 Tatum J H Wilson. S
Bly, GrantBaerecko Blvlby,"ZOT U Hull r1c WIHarrison MItchell H 'V Mathews. \V R H J.o'Ve'h..by., L C
J F Berry G E n peter 1-Iun I A Hurler. Henry Merritt 0 a DISTRICT NO. 18-STETSOVAlexander. :- Walden W I'Vllllam.... I FWIIilam Notice Is hereby given thatE Waldron,
Bern, W M Bennett B F :::: :rJh D W R iliekmuji, I N Hammond Moor''. 0 C Murray Earl .. TV. purchaser 01 tax certitlcato No 7AO, dated
4. Bird, J T'L'y'l ler era J Brown, Cs W 11111, ban Huiklns: k a\'m. ilendall 0 E 'Ioller A T A y the Sd day June AI 1UU3. bas Iliad said
.n e :: : niirhop,. R :I' Bluhop. 8 WHrlnaon Hai'illng \V I Floward, J 1-f Mocks Jonas "Tc'Cartny. :I F' N :M Aoxander F J Young Julius certificate in my \ bus made application
4 &nnettJ'L.llonnett.V 1Ir Blaaop, Ar 0. John HvughlJ F Hamilton. IIl1l1. Ol1e \lcCrory, J T. Aexantler A H for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith
., Bouchelle T d Bennett, G WBordcMck. D Harris. E 0 Hogan, ..nry Miinuy T J M..n.rthCy .I F II I John n. Wetherell Supervisor law Said certificate embraces, the i'ol-
Bolts A 0 ,-, Frsd Dlllard 0 JDavla. lllard., Barney llwmllton .I L. Ilaynus. 101 'r Mnrlow T C Ml"l..eanunrlea I'reck. Thorntan Butner W D lowing deorlbed property. situated in Vuluula -
Bwllatny 1'reatonV. 'ivH JtthnDay. Drudy T FDougluMS. Humphrles Brett J R
Bennett V f.II' Henderson: cla. :Moore. T H McEreva C R Halrd. L.nc of of Electors for county, Florida towlt:
Boyd R H Barr Victor T J HDouglaaa N E Huynie, hamIlton, 3 ;llfeka Moles Registration
:, Brumsey, J H Bennett 8 H .. L B Douglaaa, ,M C Henry .I L S N Colcord B F Lot S, Blk b. M and C Holly Hill
o Bolts.. .. HI MHowry. Brolcaw eM' J IIDlbb. ) Volusia County Florida hereby
.- J A Brill. F,UClak. Erlckaon." > Axel S aoco. Wm Johnson, E E Newell Nelson \V R 1-1 S Nordm..n N01'llmnn. Hl B I ...,,". B B Drla-gor., John F The. said land being assessed at the date .

C (} Johnson Thus Jibb Nordmun. Fe.1 Drlggors, J 13 certify that the above is a true of the issuance of such certllioate in the
.. J T Cairns, J TCodrlngton. George David Ouesa, Riley Jones, H Jbb: : ii 0OLfagon F name ot U. B CorwIn. Unless said

;. Cranor John C 0 I If Jones. Richard Jutes. Wilson T Fanning C aalilibreath. of the Registration Booksas certificate shall be redeemed according to
t rhauvln J M Hall laham Hill W H Jolly .J M I'I' copy
Carson O P Jinkins. S .t' law,tax thereon on the Slat
"', Coomr Ed Chandler J L Heacock, J D HIggIns, Patrick Joltnon. ..JV James. 101 Pltaer. a R !'nl".t II C S Goodaon. leo day of dee wll..u., )
'..(/e Champ on. H aCalrnaVM Curtis, N L L Jones. .J )1 Jackson" A II Paul Peter L Prleat. W Oomez A aol>d on. A JHunn Green. H H 1 they now appear in my office, witness IfW. signature and seal
) M Lemon 8 B '
R J Lucas John M Jo.cklOOl'. .I A H
Crow, J R i: 1.nB-, ,III K Puce Pailloer"I. Bert Lewis 0 Paxton II A wcll, Fred Hon, B L to the best of my knowledge and bis the bib day ol September, 1004

Chapmen B F Chatt J C' Mlnshewt W B. Morrlaon, Neal I Kingston a \VIng..ton.. Lee SAM'i, D. JORDAN

Coon J A .. Carter, In'Cunningham Moody Raymond; .Mlnahew, J w .lieLppe:: .. 1 Kingston Fred Rush C W R 8ewell Johnson Alf belief. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla countyFlorida
M Chaffer oJ U Murchlaon, F M Morrison, I> F Kueppe B Knight A i Root Chits. H .ose. M .
'"I CMnYbell C H h Colemun W C McBrIde J W "MoBrlde, W A Kellet. :, C 18.Mt. Charle. Ituberta. \V R Register J C Merry Joe Myer., M UOsborn
Rowllnskl SYm JOHN R.
D P Knight W H Jlng .J H Rhole. EI H O WETHERELL Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un .
:. Dixon, W H Dlxon. H P Peterson 0 WFurdom. PiiTilom W F KlngbL Roper R B A"Sklopar Rowell .I a F R Olsen JohnP der Section! t tI) of Chapter 4008, Laws <
; broke O A of of
Duvla. M J II Purdom. Bum L Supervisor Registration of
"'".,. Drake B R Davis O A Purdom L LRoberts. Peterson. Richard Longe 0 A Livingston I E R J S Pierce W B Player C C Florida j
Dean pangler I PJ
T L Electors Volusia
Dunbar.. J T R Leaver David Ludwig 0 1-1 Spiless. au 8lLwyer. T Oounty, Florida Notice is uereuv given that A. deBary. .
Drlggors John lJ..vl..i Henry
M A R W Hopes, B BByneberg. Lindberg E 0 Lindsay 'V T Tcmplln J M .tatBithe !
, Sums II' W purcbasur of tax No. .
Sitme V 8
Drlggora, A J oe.ticate 61.
iDade Mayo Richardson W ]V DeLand Fla.
Oct. 18.
e Lmdber. I 0 ID04.
" Davis 0 H' Davla IAIn/fworthy./ E D Somm..rnl H \ fI..ver L C W 2nd day of bas said
JOe H .
S' Lynch 3 1.
1 1A> Dnm.JK. ; ; v Stone, Peter Axel LivIngston, I W t.elti'.1ti:: A Shyrock Smith:: b W p P Silvers Sums.: "\\/h Woodward.%Williams art-en 0..0 Wood. W H erltticate in my ollloe, and bas made application -
I. B Saul., James 111 NOW17lcSTEENTA for tax deed to Issue in accordance ;
J j J co...., T B 'Jrick.oirj..it.!! '. -. T Mathews 0 Marsh, 3 R She.on 11 5 Strange L 1A DISTRICT with law. Bald certificates embrace the jollowlng j
7 Edward .'W P Ecoles. it J Turner. ,' Albert 'Thomas; Charles' ManeIield l. C :I Messing. John Sewnb Smith.E henry L Smith, 'hi1 1 A Notice to NonResidents.IN described property sllluated in '

,f. Bdwvnia J..h.n...... "r"[t".o..k.Y. ... ,-i :Tladale-., EdwardlndeihlIlWR.- --.. -, ,. Maiey R 8 Moore. AUIl T Spawr I L Allmnn Allmun., J J N J Jake Volusla count}, Florida, towlt ;,

''I ; Vi..... 0 r.. ---.rr..R.. -U Malay V W Murphy H L Turner J P T..der. II P' n ! .
, ,. .....h.r. UWFI.her.. 81lna'' "i-y-.t' 1 ,*w ,', MIller Many Un.Perry McQuaen Mahet John D Tucker .I B Thom. T J Blnuvelt. J A Brooke A 9Penaon CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN 30., t acres '
Founteip:V Ma.. ..Fudller..w. .. Ward. B F Malay' 3 I( Marsh, Id tJ Tanner" .J M Brooke D D W D AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY. IN Tbe said lund being a..ed.t the date v
Fud.er..W B" ParruM. OB "I Maneileld V Brooke leo T Battle J F1Hrooko. ""
MaCulhum of In the
,\ .....nln..O 0 Klah Bert- DISTRICT'NO.SEVILLE. L Aug Jordan Vand..ra-rlrr, a C Vrooman a II Brooke J MCarpenter -B O CHANCERY. o' the .erlioate
"' Flnney_ B .. i Murray M McDaniel a W Vroom..n J H I C aame of C. L Unless,
m& '., *
1 f< 'Foard. Wallace. Ftah'A- .I i S A Mltch..lt.J Mloh..1 O.c.r A MoDmlel Thus 'VWhfrtakor C O Clyatt, J M J. B. FUaDv.Complalnant. aid oerUBoate ab..1 be redomed. ao '
I 11'--.1" J Arnold J hiBuckle. Mason B McCLellan H 10' Fred WIlson" I T Carpenter" M Conrad E Ray j cording to law will .ne th.r- -
McClellan 101 W W'hltaker. Arthur C'nrnenter. B F Thomas H. 28th day ol October, A. U. 1004.Witness .
G "f' .n Milton \Vaklron H C Cook J R Augusta C. HeatIng, OD on
oiea one.A BGregory. Gould: V.vi ., Joa..pnBraddooM Barkadale. H JBraddook Moore: W 1Ir McDaniel McDonald,'l! 11 \\ atson. J H Woollwar.. WI J Clark H SKills "\rter., E B Ke.ttn ,her husband, and A nnle H.l' my oittolal-signature and seal I

:. 1 R O'ntrrH' J ft, 8 A Malby, McFadden T WIlkinson. A B Viieon. H B E Hide,,, personally and as Jcxeou.trix he 84th, day of September: A U 11)01. S

.. Gross. TGroover Oetty H MOroover Buckles' tf a Buckles: a W McCoy: .RH' 0 toCord. 1: Wilkinson Webb, 0 Is 3 P. WrIght .J.I1 J R i. Wdmlston, A R of the will of Jacob B. Upde- f : !SAM'L D. JORDAN,
Ch&rle. WalterHayea. Butler, b C : T G Ursn' deceased Defendants
Oordan flam Burnett. B Y Graves, F Z'' j jIt Dark Circuit Court Yolunla.oounty, Fla.
Braddock. J gCauaey Burnett. W J Ntv.r' I H Niver. F I "
Yarborough A MUISTlU
H'Hlbb..dJ C Nash appearing by affidavit of the attorney By Ban FUh D. C.
Clarence IIHavman ,
: J H 'l' NO, l1-QAK IILL!.. Hardy R P W XIeonnrdy .
8 P IB Cownrt 0 W 0 ,. for the complainant in the above cause that .
Hall .J.k' Hamlh A OHaynea. Cowar/H Oauaey, J 0 Osborn I ..1\I Osborn Joseph A. Hardy, J C S defendant$ Annie H. HlgleTla a residentof "
Howards AHutehlnaon Duke F Ov.rstr.at Jerry Oliver, W I) Allen 0111 Adams. T hiB K a HtaM. other than the Ptate of Florida; Notice of Application for Tax Deed

Hodnea. 9 J .Oeo Harworil, B H FioWru.. .A ]MOowdv. Flowers, 8 OBrin, W Osborn. W SI Barker H S rooke, R J Kirk 8 KLeonnrdy. S L that the residence ot ..Ie uerendant I I. believed Under feotion 6> of. Chapter 4eMa!:! ,
Hodvkln. Scott G .
I I p. Flrook.. .I T L H Phillip to be at No. 3 Lafayette Place, Kocb Laws oti'lorida,5
Heard t MHatoher. Barker L C
R L>
Hojnmond. A B 1 D Peck\ M H 'alIM1 0acIu' -- .
8r1lftn. I1rooke. W M eatsr. New York: that said defendant Is S
o A Hutchmaon, ,.H.J.lJ.tv Peck\ :r T Porter A lbS C'C Notice Is hereby given that A. da .
above the of and that
Marshall A R age wenly-on.ye.r ,
Haakell. W H Holm. PernrJ H.aJy. W' B Munroe. O Q
Hmly 0 P Pelhott 0 U .
Pouter J H Clinton, .V M Clinton .J 'I'Coutant Marsh A 8 J' there .Is no person within this tttata serviceon purchaser ofTax Certificate No. OW) dated :
: :: '11 .,iirriaon Hail: 0 1.( Jerkins B R J.Jerklna fl5WICnlght.WE Pol1lt8, ,John P ParkInson. I B m S Clinton FJdw H whom would bind said defendant it is the tlth day of June. A. O. IHIM), bas Died .

r Mapper it. S If .}llIier. P A K Overetreel Paltecler C Jerry H PettiPhuty'11 a. Cooper 0 B CI'nton.' E 'V NewUna. W.5 f thereupon ordered that said defendant said certitloate in m, odoa. and bs. madu
.Hough. III Peck: viP H Chamber.. I R O Annie H. Hlvley be and she is hereby required application for tax issue In accordance
,'. :, Popwell. I C n 0.ten K BPnttlllo A P with law. Said
;i"J L Sl' Veill&tt, hi to to lb. bill of oompls.Intherein ceUllo.t.
Po.ton' K appear
'1m.. .,... ., lYe,., R L Leland. O W.f ''Lonl'. 0 W. Parkei..,W.If. Puppy,'B LR Dyall. John E L U Davis Dyall" '1'015asyall W S'A P filed on or before the aNt Monday In the following property i situated
Pattillo M T
-, .IA., ''J .lvlnBatost ft t Patrick James In Volusla Bounty Florida, towlttEX
W ? ... Pierson. .J II F Pattlllo, J V) I'nll. J B A. D. 1904. being the Ilk day of S
Jordan B D ]U J Fowler L said month,otherwise the said bill of of swM salmon 81 18
III A Soy C 'U Pnttlllo A T' "'rlde..ux. H I'S complaint township south,
Jsckaon, 9 D Aft:... MoodY. or Hly. I.ham Qulnian W d .' 0" S S" will be taken .. confessed! and com' 80 east,BO acres.

.. "" ,t ; It' .. ,!: .. I 1II011r Heek d..C.. W H H. Msk T C _nn.J S R Rot.1-' LRaIne. S Gaines. I 8 Oordan Ed000drich Smith' Joe .mm..lln. T, D plalnant 'have leave' to proceed exparte. r.ale said land being' issesst-d at the data

-4 -" lloJoar. W II H .," .. David Hou..... T L .1. i A Q Geedner Will Smith 8 H "near, W 8 It Is lurtbsr ordered that this order be of the Issuance ol such certificate in the
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.w, ,;::.uo.. !i'KnOwl....1 O' Newman.'T ..7Valt4 ResetS. W. .' Blob .51, II oe.t.e. S T., published I In the Volusla: County Record name ot D. Unless said .
or C KU1'ta,. C 101 ,( RsenR :r S Bell 0 I 1I0w, W' C'' l/.u.ky..1 H Tat. n L Tut, c'f Vf ,. onoe e loh week for four consecutive weeks oertlnoate 'Cok. according to "

H .tI.. .. a.o.er. D'' D.oI f iHloICett. .R F, Hatch. F W w mmedlstelv: preceding' said first Monday law, lax d ed thereon on the Slat
: S .W Wadtwra T Wade wll.s.
<,it7rjtr.. ;. 14 II v.-; Rod.... T L 1 'R .wllna a w 11; DISTRICT l0. l.lY"IJLt. u> NoTsmmber, A. I' 1U04 day of .
Pric..5 Ift
) : Otber
r.;; ,W liil'I. !.....I Roper, am.. t.veis Mule. 0 CM..b. B ., ._ Witness, Samuel O. Jordan,Clerk of said official sIgnature and ssnl "
Q W '' Wlt.
Ijeet Mall Blob 0 W ,
Rus..I Lo" I Court and the seal thereof this StJtb day of
f _* ... .........o.N. BusseD, Jolia Ree.e 3 B A 14 : I.' Brnok.. B F .Bunncll', A M Soptember.A. D 1 O4. < l. te 11tb day. of September A. P. l0r '
.J : -1 Montirom.ry F'Monlgnnery Ballouvh, W B Brooks' Chits .
.. J- Rlg-Jame. T
I D Slush, IL A A m t BAM'L D. JORDAN Clerk SAM'L D,'JOBDAil
W"a U.ndaIl A Bunnetl. A A Ryne. > B S ,
_SI S. .JA.I'!1li''t\\" 0 Rlchard.o S. W __ :::; Used Archie .l j Ier!. Will Wagner, Calvin __- -I Bunnull. L B Bellamy L L '! (Seal) : By.Btn .riah. Dt Ot r CL.rk tit U\' >'a*' Yt- S ,.1: .


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