The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: October 29, 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: UF00087347:00044
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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profes\ nat (4Qr: 5. .. W. A. BLOUNT ON Democracy Needs Funds., ; ,,1

D. Landls. Jacksonville, Oct. 21.
James W. Perking. Cary i iI iy
To the Democrats of Florida: The HEALTH
WOLFE LIBEL CASE undersigned have been appointed a ,.,

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- committee for the purpose of raising

AT-LAW, y I r funds in this State to aid in the National is the :

( Democratic campaign.The .

.. Will Practice DeLand Court In ,State Florida.and Federal Children.The Says Mr. Wolfe Did Not Quote Him great contest Democratic for the party preservation Is waging of a MostImportant' 1

for Infants and constitutional government, the equal

STEWART & BLY, Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature 'rights of all the people and special t
Correctly Suit.
on Chipley
of Chan. II. Fletcher, and baa been made) under hl. privileges to none.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W. personal supervision for over 3O .years. Allow no one .1 Unlike its powerful opponent, the

In tula. ..Counterfeits Imitations andJustasgrood" Democratic! party represents no protected ,

Office in Bank Bolding DELAND. "to deceive you I are but Experiments, and endanger the Review of Celebrated Case Which Attracted Much Interests from which it may

Branch office over Po toftloeDA Y'l'ONA = against Experiment. demand contributions _s the condi- The manufacturers of Royal
health Children Experience 'I
tion of.continual legislative and executive Baking Powder have' had ,
Attention Florida.
FISH, Throughout 40 .
BERT The Kind You Have Always Bought favors, but must depend upon years of scientific ence..

of Pencacola. Fla., Oct. 24& 1IKM.-Edl- the Pensacola Commercial, constituting the voluntary offering of patriotic Every method or breadandcake -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Bears the Signature .
citizens who believe in its
Pensacola Journal I have had the matter of
tor : my subject this suit, has been
desire the election of its candi
attention called to your report in and all similar and kindred charges
DeLand. Florida. dates. studied in this
your l Issue of Wednesday of J. E. made In the said paper from July 25, tively country'.andabroad.
Special Facilities for Examining I No section: of the country is more
and Perfecting Land Titles.J : : Wolfe's speech at the Democratic 1880, to January 25, 18110\) during which interested in Democratic success than .

meeting In this city on Tuesday night time we were proprietors of said paper The result is a perfect product -
the South do
fully realizing, ai we ,
HALL BRUMSEY # While most of Mr. Wolfe's state are untrue and libelous, and we in Royal Baking Powder;
that the continued policy of the present
In Use For Over 30 Years. ments relating to the Chipley libel do hereby retract the same." administration would Intensify There is no substitute for it.,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT _... .t.nu..o"...r. n.u..w...... LtW..... Merl __ suit are not correct, yet It would not And thereupon, upon motion of the the race problem, which is present The and
= purity efficiency of
LAW have fallen upon me so to state, If he plaintiff, the case was dismissed with us.The .

all State and Federal -- had not referred directly to me, at- MR. WOLFE'S RESPONSIBILITY. National Committee have madean Royal Baking Powder have

Will Practice in Courts. Carat BhMMitlM. Otarrk-Hwlldu. net tributing to me a statement which I I have only to add that it is not earnest appeal for necessary finan- been co mended by the highest
....... F.... cial field. We therefore
lIa. did not and could not make. urge you
DELAND FLORIDA true that I have ever thought or said authorities of the world.
With great cure and much lubor a Send no money-ehnply write and and all Democratic friends in every
'" .nice over FUlxer'a Drag Store. caterpillar!) climbed up a tall spear of try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex MB. WOLFE'S STATEMENT.Mr. to any person that I did not considerMr. city, town and community in the These facts mean two i important -

McCRORY grass. When ho reached the top he pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) Wolfe Is reported by you assaying Wolfe morally responsible for the State to make: contributions for the beings to ail housekeepers :
J L. kills the poison in the I libel. I have always thought to the purposes above mentioned The timeis
stood on his hind end! aud waved his or destroys that the libel suit brought by
blood which causes the awful aches In for the truth to the short, so that only prompt action
front end lu the nir."Just blades Col. W. D. Chipley against him was I contrary, as will be of avail.
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand KS I feared" said he. "Success back and shoulder shifting based made charges made by him against Mr. Make'checks' First i that Royal Baking:
pains, difficulty in moving fingers, upon a reported speech payable to George
does not bring happiness toes or legs bone pains, swollen mus by Senator Call, such report not having Chipley were so easily ascertalnable, Foster Peabody who is the treasurerof Powder Is healthful and

Florida. But thou ho turned and climbed cles and joints of rheumatism, or the been written by him, but writtenby that a reckless reiteration for half a the National Committee and en- makes wholesome food.
(down for the caterpillars are wiser close to W. F. Coachman of this
foul breath hawking spitting drop- same
of things known to be untrue or
year ,
and Inserted in the Second that Baking
J E. ALEXANDER, than men.-Puck.V plugs In throat, bad beariog. specks a reporter city, who will forward to head Royal -
known be and
not to true
Pensacola Commercial of which necessarilyand Powder makes
he food
flying before the eyes, all played out quarters. :

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, \ ..ted Cubl feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood was editor, without his knowledge; patently Injurious to Mr. Celpley, Faithfully) yours, W. F." Coachman, food to taste.ROYAL.

"Improvident? Well, I should say! Balm has cured hundreds of cases of that the basis of the suit was a state- entailed a moral responsibility, that J. P. Tallaferro, W. H. Knowles. W

Office in Brush Block. He spends his money In the most f.>ol- 30 or 40 years standing after doctors ment "In effect' that the railroads even the most blunted sensibilitiesmust J. Hillman, T. C. Taliaferro, S. M.
hot springs and patent medicines had : Muldon; committee.A .
DeLand, Florida. Ish way. all ,.failed. Most of these cured patients were not entitled to that land(certain perceive. POWDERABSOLUTELY
Will Practice in State and Federal "Indeed?" I regret, deeply the necessity for
had taken Blood Balm as a last State lands granted to the railroads)
Courta. "Yes. Why, only the other day' be resort. It is especially advised for and the people were;" that the language this, but I deem it my duty to write DREAMLAND DETECTIVE.
spent half a dollar to advertise for nn
chronic deep seated cares. Impossible
DR umbrella he had lost."-Philadelphia for any one to suffer the agoniesor referring to Colonel Chipleywas ] W. A. BLOUNT |lnK
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ledger. symptoms of rheumatism or catar not scurrilous or abusive; that ...d.... W.. 0.._........ PURE

rh while or after taking Blood Balm while he, Mr. Wolfe, was legally responsible la the Loudon Mirror of Literature I I -
Office over Fisher's drugstore. An Added Horror."That's It makes the blood and rich
OlHce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, a horrible Idea De Riter has I thereby giving a healthy pure blood supply. he was not morally responsible The Case of Holloway.Nearly fir Juno, 1S14, there Is an account ofa

and 7 to 8 p. m.DELAND. | Cures arc permanent and not a patchIng -' ; and that "Mr. Blount, who was dream that was remarkable in many ,
conceived. ------- -- --- -- --- -
FLORIDA. up. Sold] at drug stores, 91 per the attorney for Colonel Chlpluy, had respects. It is given upon the authority -
"What's thnn""lIo's in the State
large bottle. Sample of Blood Balm said to him afterwards that he did every paper of a clergyman of the Church of POETRY OF THE HEART.A .

:)R. O. A. DAVIS, talking of setting some ofBrowning's sent free and prepaid also special not consider Mr. Wolfe has had something to say about the England, the Rev. Mr. Alexander, who
morally responsible -
poems to Wagner's music. medical advice by describing your case of Holloway, candidate for State speaks from personal knowledge of happy heart la better than a full
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, -Excb11 nge. trouble and Blood Balm Co. for the libel. It is this last .
1 writing Superintendent of Public Instruction.The some of the facts. It appears that a pursu.I
DELAND. FLORIDA. Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for statement which necessitates, and New. has been too busy attend- young man of good reputation named I lie who hath moat heart knows moot-
Blood Balm is better than a thousand
Office at residence, Indiana. avenue, printed testimonials so write at once. which my opinion alone justifiesthis ing to Important local matters to UorrocUs, was found robbed and mur- of sorrow.

next to Court HoWl WANTEDMen answer enter into the discussion of a case dered. His bead had been beaten In I I A cheerful countenance betokens a

Office Hours: 9 to 19. :8 to 4. and 7 to 8. REVIEW OF THE CASE. apparently with bludgeons. A vigilant good heart.
Is almost too
and women in this and that complicated
county LOVE IN JAPAN.It The facts are that Mr. J. E. Wolfewas search was made for the assassin and I No estate. can make him rich that hasa
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. adjoining territories to public discussion. Those who know,
after several months abandoned heart.
MRS. during the years 1889 and 18, no poor
advertise an old established !. Ve'jr 0....... From That the editor and part owner of the 'I or should know, say that Shears madea clew to the crime having been discovered When you open your heart be always

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. house of solid financial standing. Which w.... tho Wo>.... II.... Commercial, a paper published In I good superintendent but he was One night a gentleman who bad I ready to shut it to again..

Salary to men 821 weekly, to women I'lwt boys Hud girls, the young wan Pensacola Fla. that from the 25th mad because Holloway beat him in boon well acquainted with Horrocks The heart's testimony .Is stronger

Office on East New York Avenue, (12 to |18 weekly with Expenses advanced and young wouuiu of Japan" do love ; I the primary. Instead of doing the awoke and told his wife that he bail than a.thousand witnesses.A .
of the 25th of
DELAND. FLORIDA. each Monday by check direct each other I suppose but owe never July, 1880. to January, I manly thing and coming out In support had a dream in which he had been assured glad heart seldom sighs but a sorrowful -

from headquarters.: Horse and buggy sees the slightest shadow of evidenceto 1890, the Commercial frequently made : of the successful candidate as that one Samuel Lougsmlth of mouth often laughs.

QIl. A. S. MUNSON, furnished when necessary; position prove It. The spirit of love Sees nut unjustifiable and defamatory attacks : bigger mt-n than he did, he has his Bolton] was the murderer. The heart is the hidden treasure of

permanent. Address Blew Bros. &' dominate the national life as It does upon Colonel Chipley; tbat he stoodIt arrested on a charge of Longamlth lived some twenty mites man; the tongue Is the gate to the

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. Co., Uept. A, Monon Bldg., Chicago/ In Auiurluu aDd tLe vouutrUw of Eu In silence for more than six months, opponent he Inserted away and was a person whom the treasure.
Ill.I rope. Japan's pool du not slug of when he finally brought the whole file criminal libel, because a dreamer had met but once or twice.
There never was a heart truly great
love; her story writers tell no tales. of few lines Into a letter that Mr. Sheats His wl!:. told him to think no more
South of Fisher'sDrug of In
Office Second Door papers to me order to bring suit and generous that was not also tender
Store. love that'CIlU thrill an Auglo-Suxon should never have written, probablyto about it, but to go to sleep. A second
for libel; that examination I and oom"ulIslouat4t-CblculIo" : Fast.
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; S to 5 heart uud her artists. palut no picturesof decided upon show the real meaning by reading time he awoke from the effects! of the
CASTOR IAFor that while all reckless
and 7 to 8 p. m. I love that can reach the Auglo-Suxon were between the lines. It wa n't the right saiae dream and announced his resolution Pointing the W.r.
DeLand Florida. understanding. Now, considering all unnecessary and untruthful attacks to take steps the following, morning -
Infants and Children. thing to do but it was plain that no Some years ago an English traveler
--- him but three or four constituted ta wfcnt could of It. Accordingly
upon ,

this bow can there be such a thing as see come
[DLJOHN REEVE, i Ilia Kind You Hava Always Bought "a good old summer time" lu this laud legal libels upon which suit criminal Intent was shown. be went to Bolton the next visiting the Transvaal asked a man
But worse than all that had gone whom be met to direct him to the president's -
of suurlse And yet there Is. and It Ii Is ', could be maintained and I broughtsuit day rap<, sought a warrant for the arrest "You the
house came answer,
before the action of a minorityof
Bear the was
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, / especially delightful in Its way, too, upon each of the several attack, Executive Committee;; of Lougsmlth. The magistrate "shiMt ko on dill ;you comes to a road
Signature because the Japanese. iiution of the State however, refused to grant It upon such
i are a the suit having been Instituted early vot koes around der skoolhouae; but
ORlce In store recently occupied by feasters cud! picnickers, of nature lovers the body that had certified Mr. Hollo- evidence. Passing through the market
In 18UO that Mr. Wolfe demurred to duu'd duke dot road. No, you ko.
Residence 408 West ; you
Dr. Mellette. cud world beuutlaurs. aud If oue way's name aa the successful .candidate place, he met Longsmith and Invited
all of the Mm on till you see der bigg barn shingled
New York Ave.DeLand charges against ,
Tl. Thumb can ouly IOJB sight of the fact that I in the Primary-when it asked him to go to a public boWIe to bear I mlt shtraw den 'you durn der road
Florida. that did not constitute
claring they
something be had to communicate to
Thumbs hove been nppr*doted ever' everywhere one goes the poor little Mr. Holloway to come down becauseMr. down der field uud ko on dill\ ;you
elute the world '1'he ancients women toddle weekly along behind the I legal liabilities; that the court decided dissatisfied with the "1m. There, locking the door, he red house dot
U. D. BRACEY, "!;I1U. Sheats was [ comes to a pig ; eec my
DR. used to cull the thumb the otber hand men who stalk] pompously ahead as' against him, and he pleaded choice of the people ot the gnat charged blm with the crime. Long- j. Broder Hans' hoose. Don't ko In deN;

4 Barbarous kings used to swear and If they owned the earth, one may almost -I and the case was set for trial; that State of Florida, and when Mr. Hollo- smith was staggered and faintly de- ko. straight on dill you counts ,to der .

DENTIST. I make compacts by their thumbs. In enjoy ouuself. upon the day of the trial, December nied the accusation. In his confusion buystli-k alt a farm. Veil, he don't'

Row It van a slgu of favor to wring One never cues a woman curses,,,! in 6, 1800, he proposed In order to avoida i way refu&ed to do such a foolish thing he said be was Innocent, for be did' I live dere. But vhen you, get furrier
second McLaurlne'Block. this places another candidate the .
story minority not strike blow."Then
Office and kiss. the thumb and of disfavor Japan not even with n gUiuce; one judgment that he would sign a pa- you see a boose on der top of a leedle
DeLao Florida.VGLUSLACOUNTY or disgrace to lift It up or turn It out seldom sees a buby fondlinl-In fact, acknowledging that the charges on the ticket-a Mr. Wolfe. you know the man who did, bill, so you ko in dere 'uud asks der

ABSTRACTCO,, ward. A wan who was hurt In bis all human tenderness or expression of per made him Mr. : Now this was entirely irregular and replied the accuser, and Longsmith ould vowun Inside. She vlll tell you
thumbs was excused from serving. In human tenderness Is conspicuous by Its by against Chipleywere not in accord with the spirit of the was arrested and examined. He prevaricated petter as I can."
the absence, and I Lellev that Is the false and libelous; that I insisted established at the examination and was
Roman war. Some of the seem one Primary or according to any
S B. Wilson, Bert Fish, drelly cltloena used to cut off their Impassable grout gulf that Is fixed be- however. that since from the files precedent in the Democratic remanded for three days. At the end I The Roof DOST of New. York

Manager. Actuary., thumbs so as to remain at home and! tween us ODd this people. And yet the' of the Commercial, in my possession, party. The gentlemen of the com- of that time and after many hours'prayer There are- dogs in New York that

get rich. Teachers used to punish thl.hpupils people are happy with u simple sweet the same kind of charges had been mittee who assumed the authority to he confessed that he bad been never set foot on the atreet..,.They belong ,)

r Ai.trao'-of Title by bltlug then thumb. happiness that Is cliaruilug. That Is reiterated for six months, the retrac- override the voice of themselves the people of Induced to join three men In a robbing to the janitors in the downtown

tOO( W. Indlana-Ave.. DeLand. Fla. M it It In uu utuiospbui-e that wildly tion should be as broad and extensive the State, now and find when the votes in are a expedition when, meeting Horrocks buildings, and their runways. consistof
predicament who made some resistance, his throe
charms but never thrills tile western will feel the roof of the building which
as the attacks, and that allt charges counted November 8, they murdered him. This
,, companions coofeRalon '
ALFRED HOWARD, heart All\ the uatlon's love to coucou- much smaller than the proverbial 30 their owners live and adjoining roofs
made by him that had come to my came out before the grand jury,
trated iipou the emperor and the hi"he.t" cents.-Fort Pierce News. on the sumo level. That la a rare day
knowledge should be included. Accordingly to trial
and LoiiKHiultb was brought
Dote of the national life Is sounded .1" when the ollieo worker on Il1oklni'out
BURVEYOR I wrote and he and the ,The fact of the dream was not offeredla ;
.:. I lu ynmuto duinasul, Japan spirit pa- the stccnth story window. does"not
-- I However numerous be the evidence but other testimony sufficient
DeLand Florida. riotlsui, and 'even this Is beyond our other defendants signed a statement, may opportunities see a half doze, -ilo,;n roniutng\ \ : about I
which is follows of life they are never discovered to convict him was produced.A .
as : '
1 comprehension, because it Is empty of upon the roofs buiiuii.u ll1l1. "1'I11fO IK dI(
by those who keep their eyes few days before the execution he
CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF romance and unsatisfactory to us, who THE RETRACTION. one advuntiiic: nt least !\11"| n roof
i shut and their bands idle.MaxwelrsTalisman. made a full acknowledgment of ,hbl'.ullt. ) ,..1.1I
cannot separate" the Interests of "fair "We, the defendants, do hereby 40g-the dJrf riitcl.i'i-l.nif\ uVterroritVof1him.

B. H. HAYWARD women and! brave men" even upon the admit that the matter published In I I I If

battlefield.-Eleanor Franklin In Le.ii. .

Agency-of the leading Fire Insurance .'. Weekly. I

Company of America-The Aetna.

Cit,<'.property a Specialty.No Wine of Cardui 8_'.. ITot .......

B08.Boalevard., DeLand. Fla.W Sir Conan Doyle once told a story of I I.D. I 1<\

Cared Her. .. Eugltahi,"iom wounded In loath Africa, and the military -

bad to shave off that 'j
I surgeon/ portion
913 South Prior Street
of his brain which protruded from i'r:
| ATLARTA OU. March 21,1003.
his skqlL. ,The' omc f got well, aad 1j
I suffered for four months with n.hl .
later on in London the surgeon asked 1
f TtToms nervousness and lassitude whether be know that a portion of bbl 1al N t1 Jlllht N iI

I bad a sinking feeling in my brain was In a glass bottle in a laboratory t' : 1 p/MA I h oUTN

stomach which no medicine seamed "Oh, that does not matter now." ; __ ABNTYCN ru w.YA, I 4ni dT R, A7
to rollers, and loatnginy appetite Jeplled the soldiers; TTS got a .
d..ewTa yh.w..wr.d I became weak and!lost my vital position in the war offlcs. ( r't 1)1 ennasII 'it f 1 A II f
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/... -+..'1611 .o.0 1 ity. In three weeks I lost fourteen I 11' ? '

iris ur all osier.. pounds of flesh and felt that I mutt .. Kew she Usaw VII II, r '.? e ,,?? '1ALABAMA s S e B

find speedy relief to regain P
t my ? Deacon HeavywolghtAnd so you
Iwttsatt ,Bia, healtaj 1 Bavin, heardJ Wine of .at.' going, to 1Ieav..u.| parson Bov.Mr. 1 T V !

Carduipraised by. .evsi 4 oe my Thankful-Tss. I bavs. >,.had .a call .1 : ov

'felendKl( Mat fora. bottla.rdwas to another paHsb, where, by.th way JJ 1 / Ir 'CULfb ,Thl f.lt ?intJJ
.artaialy.verr pleated] with..the, the saUry Is considerably later I am 1 Yjll

-wt8.-YritMi,Jthr _d v jnv l Ie. II I
.promptly oUoln O.S.anj Toning'PATENTS appetite returned and my stomach sorry,tbo to can" ny Deacon) /floca,.Havywolht but Imustobey 1 I

troubled me tBO: mare :I mold' (dry)7)i-W) .al, U may bo what yon eaU/

diMot& my.foo4 withoatrdl>Eadty a call, but It seems to mo a good doalmor

i ana the./nervousness. :gtidlmmlmbed. like a raise..
Nature-' pefesm d I
.bar function without I
difficulty w.... It
gaud odlTIn > er "e/fife
*report oaj a for .,hooky and I an oooe more a happy and | "H e asked the arm for a ralss ta bissalary. d e.
How to rose .' .
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Patents> b OLIVE JOSEPH. t
"Dldb, got ItT* 1I 1
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: VOLUSIA 'COUNTY RECORD Some people, credit Senate* The Russians are still holing ALL OVER THE COUNTY Mrs Newton'* and her, sister Mrs ..:'.-.........CC. :........_,II!!!'II!!!,,-.- ....11>........_.f/!!!.-.....,..,.rr..II!!!.-.Il.J;,
I Clark of Monta; with haying out at Port Arthur. i Whittaker are taking In the Carnival .. C':C': ..........ee: :C'eo; : ; :II:':C':1 1 C':eC':cr;II:':rc-:1Iqeo; : ::; : ;;::";..,.
I this week and from there will to
gi"en.a million" dollars, to the TEMS OF INTEREST' WAITED TO go i \J/"Jit
( Fernandina for a few daysV' : WATTS & MILLER
Intend: la the PoU\ >ffloe kt IHLand, flseoond ... Democratic. campaign-fund.. It In the latest battle Russia lost, TilE KECOKD'OFFICE BY ITS_" 111l'Jed .& !;
The Harlan Hotel has be by
.. olasa matter.
must have been .the ecstasy of killed and wounded 40,000, and COltKESrOSDESTS. an experienced hotel man from. New II,1

J the Senator's honeymoon that the Japs15OOO. York, who will bring his help with him i/* HARDWARE i V'a
B. PKKTATT, Proprietor.
did it..The. Seville. and expects to.be here by the first.of ,
1- The Democratic Committee .'- November.' : l'I'' \a,

;- DBMOQ ATIQ TI0KET.MATIOMAl. .. Republican press is .ex- -,says the democrats are Mrs 0 L Moody pnlil Pulntkn a business The-Rouse warming and dance,.given t I':': UNDERTAKING .

.. ploiting a table which shows that certain of New York, New Jersey trip the lattr part of last weekjaj : last week' by Mr and Mrs Myers was a \J/
the tax hard drinks payed the 'Connecticut Maryland > O P Ilenly is' few very plllBBallt affair/ some eighty people '
? .' United Slates Senator. on > spending a daysIn [..i LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE PtlRNfui Vi/
t JAMES P. TALIAFKRB: )." entire""'edit of the military West Virginia; ; Indiana-and theRocky New Bmyrnnr guest of Senator Yank present. Music wan tarnished by Meears [' : A niture and Everything'for your home."the Bent"and'Latest In'-L. V

4I Member of Oongre**Ind l>t.trlot. establishment. in 1004. Theycan't'win Mountain States. If Sams. Bushnell and Wlnegar. 'L :,, .'the Market. and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for tMo .
FRANK CLARK. soParker's We arerstill f % showers" Mrs Buttorf,. Mr J R Hurst's slater" II,; flue class of Goods we carry. lOUr! Furniture Department is thrift, \1
Temperance votes election is assured. The having copious doors north off our Hardware Store, and when In
Presidential Eltotcrt.: any has I i need of anything laoar i
the Bnover and movedin
bought .
few .
days find cool days
every pleasant lines we will take pleasure in showing you tbrough either depart.
? H.F. BAILEY: in that Committee the estimate is '
J. 1:. tiUADY. .J way. says and nights. last w le1r.- While we welcome Mn l"I ment. We have the goods you need and .will satisfy yon or your \.'Ii'.f

T. A 'JKNNING8"', based on a recent careful canvass Bnttorf, we will be very sorry if the money back. \Ii
Mrs B E' Crews 'and son Curry, of
A. B.N IeWTON. The present orange crop Misses Snover fall to down this
V. B. STONEMAN.STATK. : of these States. Palarka, are vhitlng! her parents, Mr come il/[' Careful Attention given all Mall Orders..i.
State will hardly be as large as and Mrs I Moody. winter. .
V ill ill
&!k 1r; For Governor. the crop of last year. The spring Chairman Cortelyou recently There'were but very few from hereIn We are having. a crowded school this itt, UNDERTAKING. DEPARTMENT.! \Ii'a p

.4APOLEON B. BKUWAKU.Beoreury and summer drouth injured the received an. urgent call to the attendance to the carnival in Jacksonville winter thirty seven pupil's enrolled ... Mr. J.: A. Stith, a graduate

4 of8at.rZ& crop from a third to a half. Very telephone. "This is the Engineering this week, and still they come. At this rate we I LI! of one of the finest Embalming 'a'.
If B.CLAY CBAWFORD. Mrs J W Braddock. and little daughter will soon have to have an assistant 1 llJ Schools of the country, Is in \.IJ '
? Attorney-General' few crops are being; sold on the News," said a voice. of Fort Landerdale, are visiting teacher. Miss Chiaholm is proving' to ;". charge of this department and ....i

' ': WILLIAM B. ELLIS.: ; trees for less than 11.25 per box. "What can I (10 for you?" replied friends and relatives in town. < be an excellent te&cherand the childrenare LQ! will (rive prompt and careful V \II
Hi L" attention to every detail of thip
'' Comptroller. the Chairman, with visions ofa Misses Carrie and Mattle Maul, of doing good work. work. ,
A..O.CRooM. The should
I. en-
orange growers recruit to the Republican DenvAr, friends and Mr VanZitndt, brought small
& ( State Treasurer. new were visiting in a engine
WILLIAM V. KNOTT. courage selling their crops at campaign. "W4! want' to printa near. town Saturday and Sunday. down with him and expects to pump Funeral Supplies ,mT

1I_ Superintendent Public Instruction. home, and many of the crops are picture of the Republican machine Mrs A A Ferguson and little son from the lake to the house. Will saw 1! Always in Stock. \ .

W. M. IIOLLOWAY.Vommlwloner thus being sold in this county. the George are visiting friends and relatives his own wood. Also ban a little grist 1 l il 1 \.I"JII

of Agriculture. I We hope the time will come was reply. in LaGrange and Honansville: Ga. mill. He will keep a horse tbU winter :-:,> .:..::a,......... '::''''I''''' .:;_;a._.,.,._.-'I1"......-.-._._:.'.;;..:._._._._...,._'\'-:'
''B. K. MoLIN. and put a nice barn and
-. Railroad Commluloaer. when every box of fruit grown When you prepare your balloton Rev Mr Belle, of Tampa, occupied his place up in various Improve I.

JOHN L. MORGAN. in the State is sold at the pack- election day do not forget to the pulpit In the Baptist church Mon- ._-ways .

:, ,.. Justice Supreme Court-Six Years. inghouse. make a cross mark before No day and Tuesday nights of this week. (Olenwoofr.OBITUARY .

c t. FENWICK TAYLOR. The Irish pot*to crops on the muck
under Constitutional amendment THE
Justice Supreme Court. lands around Lake Louise are looking
Great is felt
''s ROBERT S COCK E RET: ,L. encouragement XXVI. All the democratic DETROITSTOVB
i.., : fine and prospects are good for a fine
TBOMAS H SHAUKLEFORD\!; by'the Democrats over the regis-
the various :harvesting.
J. B. WUITFiELl committees of counties WORKS
Wednesday of lust week Gl n-
.COUNTY. tration showing made New as well as the State Committee Mr and Mrs R L Gowdy have movedin wood wan culled upon to l>urt' with one name and this Trade
Circuit Court Judite. York over that of four years ago. : the cottage recently of B F '
are advising voters to defeat of Its most respected mid beloved clt- Mark are cast on each
MINOR 9. JONES. Democratic precincts showed an Faiaen, and are making extensive improvement l/.ens in" the" of '
State Altoruuy.p this amendment. If it person Mrs. R. B. genuine JEWEL Stove and

1 JOHN C. JONES.Representatives!. almost invariable increase while should pass it would work a great on the place. 8i>rouL irnndnia Kproul, us she was Range. That is for your

Republican precincts showed a Miss Victoria Babers. who has been called by nil her many friends, had
.- C'HAS. L. HMITH. off.The hardship upon the citizens of the I spending some time with her sister Mrs during her Ions life been a strong, protection, and is a guarantee -
- 1', J. Bl'ABKMAN. falling State who would have cases in 'Thoa A Baker returned to her home in healthy woman of those sterling qualities =- that It is the best of its 4

: County Judge President has dismissed court. When too late the legislature ,Crescent City first of this week. tlnit renders one's life a constant kind for the money asked.
J. L. MCCRORY.Clerk .
mistake it Rev T H McDowell has blessing to nil who were fortunate Jewel Is
what to
Circuit Court saw a promised Every genuine a
three steamboat inspectors because enough to know her. Blue bud never
SAM'L 1). JOSDAM. lax in their inspection had made in having this amend 'occupy the pulpit of the M B Church known wliut sickness was In her own fuel saver no matter what

.- !SherRY they were ment submitted to be voted i Sunday morning and night. also Friday person'' till about two weeks ago when for it.
JOHN U. TUENKB. of the illfated excursion and Saturday nights before and till the she wns tnken with heart failure and you pay

' Tax Collector steamer, "General Slocum." Not upon middle of next week at nights. coiilil not make It seem tRait she wasOiingerouiily STOVES WHY BUY UNKNOWNS.
tc t). PERKINS tiMITH. ill, though her physician JEWELS COST
: Tax Assessor even an election can interfere Miss Fildes, teacher of the Spring gave her little hope from the nrat.
. S. B. WILSON. with the play of Roosevelt's Garden school, and Miss Mann teacherof In such a strong constitution us woe _JEWEL_ ::: ::: -

County Treasurer little .The. Bird MX For Lit. and Ar. I I1Ibl..t" Emporia school. spent Saturday and liurs, life is yielded\ up not without astruggle Sold sad
merry ax. .. .... anal her "Muttering, was severe RocoinBiond
a J. J. VINZANT. "' .0. Sunday with their slaters, Misses
Indeed, but at lust It hud to give way
k County Superintendent The wagtail frequently migrates Leonora Fildes and Annie Mann. mill the spirit\ took its flight to that better by -=

vr. BERT F1HH.: Most of the South Florida from one part of tbe country to another Mr Willie Woodward, of Pterson, is world' where there IK no sickness.

County Surveyor' counties will have'fine exhibits and sometimes congregates In 1 having a meat market erected on the Ijxagwiitlon In describing such a life
THOS. F. DBUDY. Hooka, but be pairs for life, and the nn her HUMUS! an Impossibility; for to
tj' '"County at the South Florida Fair, ,and 1 land he recently purchased from Mr AM know Grmulniu to WATTS & MILLER Agents DeLAND FLORIDA
Comml..lonerDI.t..loC tame pair always:! reappear sometimes Sproul was love her. ,
No 1-R. 1). BROOKE. Volusia should certainly have when tbey; are least expected and all Flowers by the post office. Later on )No person, young or old lu affliction/
District No t FKANK E. BOND. her It is the more welcome from their occasional I ho will have him a nice cottage erected. ever failed of her sympathy and as-
I District No resources represented. __ ...._. ....
S-W. H. MfBKIDK.: HlHtniifi .Her life was one of unselfish l)MM MiIIIW: .MM-IM.MW.'ij.IN..1iIINC.
absence on their favorite lawn. Mr L E Causey Is having considerable
District 4-THOH. L. HOIWEKS a.bjg opportunity to show thousands devotion to the good and happiness of
District No &-THOS.:: J. MURRAY Their devotion to one anotber la extreme I improvements done on the Lent house others. She knew no happiness greater WILLIAM KOLMON
of what be had
Member School Board people can as a scene I witnessed some for I
old than
at Seville, and having some of that the relief of sonic sufferer! and
District No 1-JOHN L.CHANDLER; and produced in a county. ty ;years ago, but wblcb Is as fresh In rich hammock land cleared for gardening her long life was inurked nil along
:' District No :2-L. E.!: CAUSEY. my memory; as If I bad seen It yesterday \\lth deeds of charity and kindness. Pealer in New and Second Hand Furniture
1 District No 8-E.: F. KNAPPK ,'will show. an'ther year. That can be made Uleunor ,
Uinnn was born in Mount .
j President Roosevelt. canned .A _rinll. hnd ......n frIni_. .n.nhnh1... 'one ,of. tin finest gardening places in riensnnt\ township, Columbia county DeLand and Ela.
-- -- --- --- ---- # I Orange City, .
j. Chairman Oortelyou to weep by; a stone, and was lying; dead In the r lOrlua. I'll., on June IBtli 1821! and III her ,
Vote against the Constitutional bitter tears when lIe decided the middle of the circular drive In front of --'-' -- Rpvontventh your unIted with tile M.K. I We have stocked both our stores, DeLand and at Orange/ City with

i amendment XXVI am'don't the Down House Blandford. The sur- Orange City.Mr church .nnd remained, a consistent a new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are offering :I
tobacco label case against the vivor seemed beside himself with member till the day of her death. On at rock bottom prices-In fact our prices are not duplicated in the

i forget it. Tobacco Trust. Now the Tobacco grief. Like Eve In "ParadlBe," be the ITith; day of February 1841. she county. You have had good bargains at our Stores! but better ones I
Wm Gibbs is qUIte ill. WIIH united, in ninrrlnge: to ICobt. B. await you.
The next big attraction in the Trust wont contribute a cent to "knew not what death was, or, at Spi'oul., To Miem w're born twelvechildren All kinds of Second hand household goods bought and sold. See -
the So most, the reality was only gradually Mr Laws is building a warehouse in seven of whom, with her : all our good. and get prices before buying els where. I
C State is the South Florida Fair campaign. breaking In upon him. He kept run the rear of his store. aged/ husband, she liDS left to mourn I ..... .. ...... .. _.. _......__ ........ .... ... ...

at Tampa next month. inconsiderate of :Mr. Roosevelt.Of ning up to the body; with loud and Miss M Dickennon may be expected uer departure. .. _ j
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> there plaintive call notes. He He called caressed but down now at any time. Shoemaker They are of us follows Qlenwooil: :Mrs.Richard Mary; B.J. ............_....._._........._.,....._........._....,...._..... ._......... .
was no
i' Thousands of Florida the forty-five in the response. Mr C A Ballon has board H roul C': e:: e-: e:: e:: e::
people papers the body caught bold of It with his little engaged at |> of Nebraska 1' O. Sproul now

have been at Jacksonville this State. only nine are supportingthat bill coaxed It to move and drew It R M Tncker's for himself and wife. In re.xna, Henry ,1. Sproiil of Glen- ijiIi
wood It.v.. Sproul of Dixon III., Never Before
: Wolfe the after him for a yard or two. He even Mr Counts has engaged room at the \ mIi
week attending the Carnival. man Independent :\11.... Egford lily of DeLjmd Flu. and.
v: candidate for( State Superintendent tried to rise wltb It In tbe air. Then, Orange City Hotel and will be down C. H. Sprcnil of Cilcnwood. Flo. \u m

like one distraught, be dashed away 8hp wns nt tlie time of her death, S.'t Have carried
i, Study the names of the democratic Schools I soon. (fl we a more m
and three of drive and
to the edge of the gravel
)'OIlI'H, four montlm amid four duys olil.,
presidential electors be- these nine papers are edited by then as quickly dashed back again, to The Misses Dnulap have rented mil had \lived, with her linslmnd 03 (.ft Complete Stock of .

} fore you go to the. polls on election members the State Committee go through the tame mournful process rooms house. at J M White's. and will keep ypiirn.Alwn.rn. m
Sometimes be would off ..1"'ote.1Vlfe affectionate
es. fly right a an
t. day. i that voted to put Wolfe up In wavering uncertain flight u far as When that new business council gets mother, a kind neighbor. and. a loving ; FURNITURE n

.. against.' the regular nominee of the eye could follow him, as though In we expect the city will be run all friend her pure. Christian life Is
:r..: : The apathy has disappeared, be could bear the sight no longer, but right and no klckfng. !left us nil example-. for the young for Jft Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best ,
I., but is it the the primary. without stopping to rest he hurried whom HIP! always haul, a kind word, ;Ji. that'is ma e. We want to take you through this depart-
aathy'among\ the .I.If Mrs Bqnler, who was expected to nnd, affectionate'mnlle. !She will be ,' ir""
. :.I.- back In straighter and quicker flight occupy nil meat of our Store You will find the goods you want and .
( Democrats, noh, JMEong the "Re- The unable himself If 'I Miss 'Diekenson's cottage on Vo- emIly inlsspd by nil for nil loved her. /|\ a prices: thatCAN'T m
republicans, ,as .v""en ass to tear away or as Blip dletl 'on October 10 1001 and was .
'publicans. ; lusia Ave has recently died at her
.. f"" .-" 4. "*- /ne democrats now ,have no be happened hoped ''In that his something absence. might This have long home In Orange, N J. 'burled nt Olenwood., ,Fin., on the 20th.Lectnrc jlj. BE DUPLICAThDUndertakcrandl3mbalmers m

1. 4 It; will be' either Parker"or doubts as ,td Willian Jennings drawn tragedy, this abandonment of A Baltimore house has purchased the I .,", "''''''''','''''''''''',. ,

,: ."' Roosevelt a: week from .neii Bayan's sincerity in hoping and grief" X watched from the window crop of fruit from the M F Robinson III High School Amlltorlnm. t\ 1'\'

I wojrking' ,for* the election of throughout the afternoon till darkness grove east of town, about 3000 boxes. Mr. W. Powell Hale will lecture at m. !,
Tuesday,and it looks like Parker came on. Next morning the body had .. 'the School Auditorium November
The .Ie made N Dozier High
was by George I f'
and democratic Parker and Davis. lIe made his disappeared, and I saw the survivor no I' Full Line of Fine Goods
;_ congress.; who has restored this grove to full 115th 1004. and for the :benefit of theschool I
position'very clear his more.-R. Boswortb Smith In Nineteenth :
in speak bearing, and has the trees in excellent fund. He is !a Rat Impersonator, m Always on hand. n\
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t j. About the only .thing the' Republicans ing tour throughout Indiana and Century condition. .and will be a great treat to you. -

are not claiming is West Virginia last week, and The Orange City Ladles had a meetIng The Knoxville Tribune says of Mr. .
that they are going to construct special trains' were put' .on 'so as : last week and transuded a lot of Hale: J. F. ALLEN & CO. |

the Panama canal the Self conceit Is self deceit business. The result is not for publication "La t night at Stanb's Theatre W. F.
"on the could
,\ level. people get to the cities the weak have time to at present, but will probably shine Hale 'scored another hit. He was inimitable ;., _._._ _._._....._....._._........._....._._....._.,._._......... .
worry .-. .-.-...
where he 'was announced to C'.e-e.eee-.C'e: : :: .. ...e.e-: .
and his selections
New. from England is to- the Meditation Is the mold of character. oat on dark nights the coming winter.A brought
{ speak. .Bryan i is doing what he All great deeds have been born of blind cat la not expected to walk down the house from the beginning, -- -
effect that Richard Croker .. .. .. .
would :
-\ : can 'for ,the election -of Judge dream abroad at noon day with out running the audience being kept In a constantroar

, ::1} come home and cast':his vote for Parker,''and Is'appealing' ardently *
.',fl 4 ,Parker. and Davis if he could to all his friends to go' to the' situation. Mr E F Perley, for many years H decided success., TE.W.BONDCQV :

only dodge the There never was greatness' without resident of this place, once owning a ---
interyiewers. ; V .
pollswithdut]) : fail on November gratitude. Inspectors and Clerks: of Election.'! "" :.
'..' 1f 1- --_ fine grove property a mile east of the *
;{ 1 If the r1 'number of people who 8th and Jcaetf; theIr "votes. for, the Benevolence for business only) breeds city, died Monday night after 'a linger The County Commissioners have appointed :";': V Maniiracturarn. ofOrange :-.
malevolence. the named It.S
following to
democratic .nominee. Jack'Stith persons
call Vice-presidential candidate I I A light heart makes a light house'In' Inlll11nees.Messrs. Watts Undertaker& Miller, DeLand embalmed of serve an Inspectors and Clerks of the Box Material, Pineapple: Crates, Peach

,;.f ,Davis "Uncle" is indication '\' II dark world. "r; election to be held Tuesday, November
any "on" the body and prepared it for 3 Crates and Peach Baskets
The both sides Orange Straw5
,.>': ..he ought to have enough nephews at'torrieys:' : } Life Is" the frUIt of, the past and theseed hijment to the former borne atPeuatonlca 8th. the last named In each Precinct being V, : '
;< in the Ilolloway case"'in"the of the future. Ulerk the election board '
circuitjcourt to : I Baskets
'* : in ''West Virginia to the 111. .berry :, etc. J
carry : at Gainseville last Friday Put out the lamp of works and you Enterprise T Kossltter, John H ,
;N 7: State lose the light of faith. Col B G Pratt with wife and sister Padgett John C Krnlder, Theo Throop. :
agreed"tohnve the-caswgrr! | Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Any-
Mrs Fletcher arrived Tuesday evening.
& : It Is the truths and not the Oranere Clty-J Myers A M Bailey. 1.

JJ4, ,Some people think this is an over until next term, State Attorney ones we Indorse that save as. Major and Mrs Brenna arrived Tuesday M III Moore O N Dozier. :;;: where. \ V. *
night.. .Mr and Mrs Todd arrived from DeLand T N ,
J L Nuoko\ .T .
CalhoiHtrvraaelJting.tlwnotion : : People who.ire. always trying to be Page A '- "- ', :'"t p "j 1' '' :
; ,apathetIc campaign just because : to'the.cbuct fbravcontinuairoe. : -one one".lse.necee4 la being nobody- England, on.Taup4yevening and are R Webb. E F Oatea.. ?. V = Address t ,rJ ,.' V'a I",

.. the newspapers'aruot'pUblish: : at all.-Chicago Tribune.;: tue guests ,of Ti I Trues. Mf and Mrs DeLeon Springs. Jno F 0.lp...Elmer THE1E.

.S 4, ,ing accounts of fort] 7ecti
But ,"some peogle'tnay l be'dis- public'feeling: ,anil: 'iontiinaiit inAlachua'couhtv 1/>. Malay ; 11..1i Dt.*. HIII,'are at the Oraniie City Hotel. Emporia B LornonV Jerry RellVt' l ?'1 \ takillelen Fla.rew'as
::: c1
l'f : ) -
are" worked "Probably the most varied diet In There were ten arrivals on Tuesday. W H Stone,'W A Mo Bride > ,
J o
\, 't.t'appointecJ"r" ;- ,...:;'. :* ...,__. ;_ the' world" raid a traveler who had Seville-R D Ranlenon-'J T 'Moody, : ., i ,t VQ 0 ":!I ....

''I: : ---' up: over :the" I Sheats-I ollowaysjiter Just returned from the Malay peninsula CAUCUS NOMINEES J Q Caasey, A B Prevath. n .uOrmond .... ........ ......................................................-.........!iJ"'" ....,"t. .

i :. r."We Imuscoose-, wieieT" rpf. that i it\would) be.. impossi- "Is that of the Jskuns of the Sea There waa a canons last aturday -W G DePasa.O'tf W Wai- I .

" I getlafaCffn'partiar or Orang Lants. who are the real Malay night/ for the nomination of olty officers. dron, C O Chapman Cha McNary.' :
:Vf within our'- border* 'the basia'ofGovernment t.t furY'1Dthl1 .
i pirates. These' people have aboutall It resulted in the nomination/of J L Daytona-Henry Schmidt, W S Rug BOND LJJMBE.Ictg-t! : ?
,{; shall 'continue,to.be ; county! .to'ry"the cassMr.Uo31oway.'an& 'that there Is to eat and they eat' True for: Mayor'by a 'large majority gore J W Wilkinson, E L Bond.' VI ..' : ;; ,
i"'t' 1deslism\say.\. Judg t 1>'rkr4r"or I -kia..:frieiids .are. everything ,as. It comes along. Although which was made unanimous. I Port Oranw--W' B! Johnson F 0 ,
; j i they have 'all kind. of flue 'I' ) Spark man, M U Brlggs; J L Sa'l'altt''New .. Will quote yon prices and supply you, from their yard*near the depot at DAlA. ,.Lt4 I
r .
;p rl,1teJU"at the slilf4' Conncilmen' for: two: years:) M J with the best cypress am4 yeSttw pine,'yj'i. I Aoii,;; .- JcP '
fruits, at certain times of ficvoU 'E-'K i
the year they Smvrna mildetr: -QQJ-< 1
White .j-o.hoa !
I 1N preeurll, bl I .o1utl : ;'f nptP'cotne. to trial 'before eeLs yam wblcb\, la so poisonous that ,_W H Chiaholm, 'My r.., Lowd, C O Moore; George1 Mendal. : J 'Flooring Ceiling MoiMngs uIng. ,

.. -jt. !ecliqiv, day.rfor..MtorHol1 vii'y thajr have to grate It and mix It with Councilmen for,one-,'yeah /oiu en8't Oak tIl11-1John'GDyaVW O Howes, Ltimber,, I "
; 't"i -. YsconflJent' -staked 'lime ,before,tbey dare/ .swallow o .'WlIU4di .Law*.. ,. .'\\1 ''it zr.-L G '''>Wf .,1" fri ,a.ew.aJL
; ;Tw'e ) 'u ;"' i : tka&TneWould be ..,., .. ., f ,._ SHINGLES, LATH'rjE.TQ: \\t
-t" It. In the of flesh eat Clerk and Treasurer'l)Doiiei TomdkaJames BenM8ttr! ; O Conefack '
way tbey monkeys M "
.fr.d"" ...-,:..- t'--'I"l'd?;l\;e ; Znted bf "" ::Ji.if fjrI1syC"s ) d4iu wild pis. bifdsVnsh, poroupinevJlurds ae. V' '''8ftUAQZ, Bennett. Jll e Jaoeb'Uroove'."..* all tum; ''auJ1dfntr and Fire B. ak'p1nlT delvered"aaywi"SPV'wm ( -.1

.. 'Iflueiyork"ber1of) ; tate.--"u'fhe ij : \ : obJl r.y the; J J.of Mt squirrels; nrt'B/mice and Mare'tia, "and' lleot1l' 'o.t i Gleuoe.Oe& "ntcb A'W'lt'fnJ' nz\e\ :.' ., .

"qn1V1kestnen' r.J tbe.ealt: ,_ be ... .nakes....And they seen*.to turn from 40. deoJcI 19k'18NA I, '1 Mose Manning',VTolm DlIJIoII1': ;' ; : Pip fj.ttingnTid"'J' fftJ Gt .'
prcS ? to 'rat ;, : .At r'R J1 wnlfsWe.tlapeDOBentott'LJPMac& *
venison or froum'WIldpij\ :>> to .Town : Duk Lake Lelen "Cooler.
\ Committed Vrheldon .
in .thfuthr :without ., 'terin t "
the mertc4n :
,;ticing on >: wltlfoqual. Appetite. ; : 'Wmado
sozd'Tsylor. j i.W. I I
still HoJloway tW prepVringan ill Clifton-Dawson Brown W""E 'cur. : repafredUllTiH'tSrilciji
:jOlt noir it noMCOvntedjt po!; -- : ,
V ALa ._ .. ton W Tedder., 3 B OdOHV-- .kl
II J .
i j ,: .. i address tM.i&'judcrtts' of k* .
t I LakeHef rl { to ;cM er.t RtpalrWjptoTinsmitfi f''
.You should, 'dq( f Something t9; .the ,I I St terfo; j t tdhld'beeinjnntlyproper \ OOWb."( eople piE always sure of Ii-' Stet on-o 8 GaHVre'atbAH: ,ASex-V. '* .
finding'the biggest' flsn neat i their : anber, M!, If Burton, J R Britt & Plumber.Shops ;!WnJSatrfe58tf53 d.

J .hive Voluiia- represented. at th4rath' > for MdW: lf. etrJ"' I >, -' tMr"Maoe: went up to Jacksonville. thi.weeJr. Osteen-K B Osteen, J ?.. BUnvelt.
Florida Fai.''lo! beheld at quib the Held. If:ha ;'te'foM* "'GIv.1tup' ."? .;- 'I' | D L Tate, John L Leonardy. V next door west of *:''Ii\ai\ n ''{\\fc 1 ""1''

I"4 "% The EiiglUa: because they cam;always Mr and Mrs Arthut'.PeiCoo' .pending Holly Hill-Wm W.ther .. neat
.116 monthTho.uxands to drf/ she wiiIb6urIed[ 'BOdeej&onthe V
and Wales." Famwy, C 8 Harris T H Cave. .' .
:..,. 01 It.ranpnt will be there with a : Sth.'M!' November rOb pshaw! Wale isn't wh.IeI."-*"'* a few day In Jackson vtlla. | V t1el'llOn-J B B/adshaw T D Harper.NlaFter.on,3Jflisbop. FORoa'r. < ;; .
"No. But don't MrJ R Bursa has' told his rploe ,,,1" .. t
t.1Tiir to ,locating :somewhere in that he will never be beard of you stupid. the Eng : DONT; w pifew 1V11
. .- hum drop tholr n'.r-Cl: .v..l ud Plain oath of town to some one; 10.. Hew Seabreexe.-I D .ngh.rtyJ' W Bus- DQ t. '
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Fresh Garden Seeds at G. W. Fisher New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at

New writing papers at Brill's. Also O. W. Fisher's. 0 _

STORE NEWS new hosiery Dr. Fisher returned last-.night from. .a A. WELL. DRESSEFMANCopyright '

TUB IMPORTANT HEWN ITEMS OF Neal Alexander is down in the visit to Jatkoonville., > .r ,

TilE PAST WEEK. Wanohnla orange/ section Miss Elenor Hutchinson Is spendingthe / '; 'I '

Mr. Robert Jones was at the county week at Jacksonville. ., d

LOMI moil .....I.tF ItD. fur thu '.....1... seat from the north end Tuesday Mr. S. B. Wright; spent the forepart. '.
G. A UREKA & CO. of the week In Jacksonville. "' FAIR I ) ASSUME, : :;
Pap *--Brl f Mention -Vaets aaMO Mr. Patch Is putting up a bandaome IT'IS' '

bT ear Reporter. home on his lot on East Rich Ave. Mr. A. H. Byland made a ,Business i6 be .' ",
$ that you>a<
Mr. and Mrs Maynard Bond were in trip to Jacksonville this week. ,, ; :, : ,

W. 8. Taylor Denltst. the city from Lake Helen Wednesday Hon. E. W Bond and son Robert

New school stationery at Brill's. Mr. S. E. Lemon of Barberville\ was were In town from Lake Helen,, 1pnday. well. dressed, .... :", ; Most m -h'' : "

Dr. Melletta's Remedies at Allen's. at the connty seat Tuesday on business. Mr. W. C. Cannons and son Charles .' ,
Gasolene Stove, three burners, good are taking in the Carnival at Jackson M do. Well ,'n 1 earis : ;
GOOD VALUES Election a week from Tuesday next. ville.\ ,,, ,

Fibber baa. the school books and school O.condition Knowles.for sale cheap. Apply to R. Wanted-White girl for general 4 ;_ to wear clothesxorrecUn. _. ,

supplies* The Dreka dry goods establishment house work. Good home. Address lock' '
Mr. R. B. Spronl was in town from Box J, DeLand, Fla. ; that fit that ,'
; style made
has in are
That's Our Argument: an interesting announcement to n : :J)
Glenwood Monday. day's Record. Read It. Mrs Frank E. Bond was the hostess I :,
The Japan persimmon still holds out County Commissioner McBride was at Thursday the meeting afternoon.of the Cherokee Club e of good materials, and tail

r ( The Best VALUES to be had in De- In the DeLand market. here from Seville Tuesday to attend the Mr. .
There are nearly 200 scholars Attending Ralph Pattison is in Jacksonville ored in ':t
special session of the board. such a, way as..to
Land; that's what we are prepared to the DeLand High School. assisting in Mr. O. D. Jackson's store
Every week comes there are strangers/ there for a few weeks -
hun- Harry Howard Is now a knight of the arriving at DeLand to locate and build : ,/ keep their style and fit <
i demonstrate. We have over two grip, traveling for Swift & Co. homes, or to spend the winter. Baird & Alexander and Mr.' Randazzo .. ,
If are buying np many of the of
dred Patterns of Harry Lnngren has sold a nice crop We to have Florida crops I' I while "
; are going genuine oranges about DeLand. ;F you wear them.. We, ::
of oranges to Baird & Alexander. weather now for the next seven months \
Mrs Chus II. Campbell and Miss ;
The cool spell we' had the first of the as fine climate as you will find on earth. t--: have them at Fountain's. "
Irene Campbell are taking in the I'arni-'
Domestic and Imported WoolensOf week will rapidly color up the fruit Mrs. Coleman of Tltnsville baa tensed val at Jacksonville this week.If f V

County Commissioner Rufus D. Mrs.Sarah Davis' boarding house and '
the DeLand
people in the end, must
Brooke came in from Osteen Monday. will op..lllt for the accommodation of AGENTS FOR STETSON AND NO- 1'
all kinds forWinter pay the expense of all drummers selling
The Hough telephone line is now boarders goods at DeLand. the item is a big/ one NAME HATS
open between this place and Lake The mercury was down to 48 degreeslast $ 1
E. B Solomon, of Dayton, Ohio was -
Helen. Monday morning, and our people /
: SuitingsAt at DeLnnd a couple of days last week. i, .+, WALKOVER AND QUEEN QUALITY
made fires In their homes for the first
Miss Rath Rich student at
Stetson He is one of the Trustees of Stetson
I is spending the week at her Jacksonville time this fall. University. SHOES "

\ home. Orange City is having her annual
all It will not cost The Jacksonville team could not
prices. you any-
municipal election today, Saturday. A '
Mrs W. C. Watt- and Miss Ethel arrived come and play with the Stetson football

thing to see what we are offering.PRICESU. home from Kentucky the latter mayor clerk, marshal and aldermen I team last Friday. The game will V.M.FODNTAINdent's )1

part of the week. are to be elected. I come off in the near future. 1904 by )

Mrs. Judge Stewart la spending the The Business Men's League will hold Mrs. A. Woodall spent Sunday at Hart Schaffner & Marx Furnishings and Shoes

week at Jacksonville visiting her sister an Important meeting next Tuesday I Osteen with her sinter Mrs Ray Conrad

Mrs. E.O. Painter. night and all members are earnestly who came back with Mrs Woodall, and I,
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Black and Blue Brilliantine 82 1-2 cts to $1.50 the yd requested to attend. is spending the week at DeLund.
... Miss Crawford music teacher at i Mr. and Mrs A. D. McBride arrived THE WAVERLY
Green and Brown Mixed Suitings 75 eta to $1.50 the yd 1
Stetson last registration at the Stetson (University I. Mr. W D Haynes went to Kentucky
spent Sunday visiting I from Rochester, N. Y., this week to
Cashmere, in all colors, 25; eta to $1.50 the yard friends at Crescent City. now reaches nearly! 800. The I Monday npon the receipt of a telegram remain with us until spring Is now open for guests. The
total will exceed four hundred before announcing the serious illness of his t
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cnlp are table in supplied with the best
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on us. the college year ends I mother. She died the day Mr.' Haynes
the Spring Garden people spending
among arrived
Mr. and Mrs. S D. Jordan vacate FOR SALE.time market affords. For terms
the week in Jacksonville
G. A. DREKA & CO. their home next week having leaned it Mrs' W B. Fudger and her mother addreijll
The season for killing quail begins
Mrs. left
for the winter season to Mr.' and Mrs. II Harper for Jacksonville last
November' complete bed-room
next Tuesday, let, and
George B. Wilber of Boston Saturday, and are taking in the Carnival -
Phone 77.The. will continue until March tat and visiting Mr. Fudger'a sinter suit. _... .._. .._ _... $20.00. I
Mrs. Reluhardt has sold her of
The DeLand Social Club will give the crop Mrs. W. T. Parsons One nice desk------ 12.00.1
oranges in the grove to Baird. & Alex SPECIAL NOTICE
second dance of the season at the Put ander. There are some five or six ; The School board has about 111,000 One side saddle. ..- 5.00.
nam Friday night of next week. in funds on hands, which will the The next visit of
carry One lot
hundred( boxes of very choice fruit. 27 1-2 acres, with
Mr. Frank of Emporia was at Do. schools until toward spring when the DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA
i Mr A. Dreka the venerable father 5 acre grove, too boxes fruit
Land the first of the week. Several of taxes of 1904 will begin to come in. The
of Mr G A. Dreka, arrived from the THE
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school funds of few counties Florida cottage.
his children graduate of Stetson.
are Maryland home the latter part of the are in as good shape as in Volugia. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat t Surgeon g ,
Thn Misses Fuller, students at Stetson week and will remain at DeLand until S. M. Morse
ArmsDeLAND A couple of wharves and warehouses to DeLand. will be
College spent Saturday and Sunday at spring.
Orange City with their father and belonging to the E. O. Painter Fertz. Orange City.Fla.] Saturday, Nov. 5. .
mother. Mr. Hambrlck and sister Miss! Ham- Co. of Jacksonville were destroyed by

brick have at work makinga -- -- .
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fire last Monday night. The loss is estl --- - -

County Commliwioners Murray and fine home of the Godfrey property, mated at $20,000, mostly covered by in-

j.. FLORIDA Rodgers came over from the coast Tuesday which they bought last winter on East surance. None of the stock on hand
to attend the special meeting( of New York Ave
was damaged, and Mr. Painter reports I J. H. PAX TON
the board.
that all order can be tilled.
Mrs. George S. Storm and Mica promptly
Opens for Guests December 20. The painters and paper hangers are !Shirley: of Willonghby. Ohio arrived Ex-Mayor and Mrs. O. F. Fish it'' I ,

finishing up the improvements to last week and are visiting Mrs FrankE turned Saturday from their visit to the

"Glllen\ ," Mr. and Mrs Btetaoa's winter Bond. They expect to spend the old home at Cleveland! Ohio, and to the II I Cleaveland Block, DeLand.

home at Stetson. winter in Florida. World's Fair While passing/ though

Under the management of JOHN o. HOLLAND Mr. and Mrs. Artbur M. Heath arrived While there is quite a Tangerine Cincinnati Fish called on Gen. J. \ ...,.." ....,...." ....,.

at of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE from Chicago the first of the week A. Scarlett who
present manager orange crop about DeLand this seaxon, owns fine grove property Fresh '

HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron- for a brief stay, looking after their interest the fruit is yet quite small though it la near DeLand. Gen. Scarlett has j Packed Goods,

at DeLand.Mr. showing considerable color. It Is not always taken an interest in this section

dack Mountains.) For rates and other information S. M. Morse of Orange City was through growing yet. and in the prosperity of our people, and The Best in the Market.

apply, before November 15, to Mr. Holland, at DeLand Wednesday He Is offeringat As will be seen elsewhere in today's inquired of Mr. Fish about the DeLand, I

Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. a bargain some property; be advertises Record the popular Waverly Is now booklet; that he _wanted to: contrib I am now receiving and< opening lilY 1 Fresh Packed Canned

in today's Record. open for guests The Waverly is one ute something toward the expense of I Jowls of every description, all from standard houses which

HOLLAND can be addressed at Deputy Sheriff! Chaa. Kurtz was up of the oldest and most popular boarding its i2j; publication.for the purpose.He handed Mr. Fish send out only standard article, and if not as represented

in the north end the first of the week establishments at DeLand. your money back. Canned '\'<'l'nihlulil Vegetables carefully
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summoning juror for The Circuit Conrt Those parties North, including Record selected and of the 1004) gather.
THE COLLEGE ARMS I 'IW'IIOUIS'r ciiimii, soiui.Sear ; .
which meets Thursday next. renders who have written this office

fl; DeLand, Florida President Halley of Stetson University for copies of the DeLand booklet will : Corner Rich At'rune and Iloulevnrd A Fresh Line of Cereals,

I left the latter part of the week to get them as soon as it is from the press, -1'ustori Study church.

till a lecture appointment which had It will be several weeks yet before the Preaching morning and evening at I Breakfast Foods, Biscnsts, Fancy Crackers and Oakes, right!;

been standing for some time. booklet is ont usual l hour every Sunday Prayer meeting from the Factories, and the heat you over had, carefully selected -
Wednesday evenings 7;:'JO < for trade and warranted fresh and
my crisp.
e Messrs. Nnckols, Page and Webb, inspectors I A large number attended the fall Sunday school, 10 a. m. '
and E. F. Dates clerk, are millinery opening of Messrs. G. A. Junior and. Senior Epworth Leagueat u
Special Meeting Coanty Commissioners' I For Marking an 1'nmar.ked Cow.. managers of the election for thin pre- 'Dreka & Co. last Wednesday. This : and 6:80: p m, respectively. My Line, of Fancy GroceriesWill

The County, Commissioners' held a i J. I?. Ellie of Osteen is. before Judge cinct to be held on November 8th. house I Is carrying this season an exceptionably Yon are invited to attend all these .
meeting -lust" for the services J. E. MICKLEH. Pastor.At be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
special I I McCrory's Court under the charge of Supervisor of Registration John R. exquisite line of millinery, :
of to list of I ----- standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand 1 people
restoring registered ,
purpose marking an unmarked cow not his Wetherell Is ballot boxes the most fashionable in style and colors.
getting ready St. linrunbns.
qualified voters' of the county any I property. The case was called last and I want you to call and inspoct these goods I olt'er to the
for Sheriff Turner to take: to the various Ed Human and Will Smith, two De- St. Barnabas' Church Oct.
name which had been erroneously Monday morning, but the defendant Episcopal people, give me an order and you will continue to have the .
.stricken therefrom. There was no complaint failed to get his witnesses here and the precincts of the county next week Leon coons plead guilty before Judge 30th, XXII Sunday after Trinity: 10. am. goods thereafter sent to your home.

i 4 and not.a single name restored. case waa continued to next Monday: Judge McCrory and Alderman. Wood- !Stewart: at the plea term Monday morn Sunday school.l 11. a. m Choral
of concealed service with sermon. Honest Goods, Full Weight,Careful Attention. Prompt Delivery
ing carrying
The board appropriated the sum of morning. Albert Marsh is the com all were the first of the DeLand people weapons.One ---
to leave for Jacksonville the first of the of these coons also plead guilty of
$300 toward the of procuring witness and the is claim
expense plaining cow At first M. .:. Church.;
an exhibit from this county at the ed by Seth Woodruff! of Orange county. week to take in the Carnival festivities stealing the pistpl he had, and was put Phone J. H. PAXTON.
on the road for nine months; the other At the First M. E. church next Sun 79
South Florida Fair to be held at Tampa Mr. J. C. Patterson returned the
for six months. day the Pastor will preach at 11 a m
Nov. 14 to inclnnive.. and a B. Mannof first of the week from a business trip
Letter to Prof. A. O. Botts. and 7,80 p m. Epworth League at 6.45
Glen wood and W. S. Hart of Hawks North. He has bought a home at A great Hallow'een party will be given

Park posed were exhibit appointed to>> Ret up the pro DeLand, Fla. Orlando, and he and family will\ move Monday night at the home of Mrs. Sam services.At p m. All. are cordially invited to those :::::a ..,... :.::i i'L: :: .

-. there. Happersett on South Boulevard and .--.-- i.----::= -'- - -..

" a There will be considerable real estateto Dear Sir: You are a teacher; here's The members of the Cranford Club there will be no end of fun for everyone the 1'reMbyterliiii Church.; !/sir ,f

change hands in the vicinity of De- one of your boys: and the husbands were entertained who attends. You can see a big Mr. Denny will preach Sunday morning JS' School Books W
If the
Land this winter. painting costs two or three
Wednesday evening( by Mesdames Hib- show for 10 cents. The entertainment / in the Presbyterian church on "The ., .
time much the and '
a* as paint, one .
bard and Allen at. the home of the Is given for the benefit of the public Believer Victory," and in the ever.lug. let iuf
paint goes twice aa far as another, how "
Jnsure with us. much are those two paints worth T former. school fund. on "Wilderness Wanderings. Services !f) -AND- ll Ii'm '
at 11 and
begin promptly a m 7.80p. m.
Mr. Peter for :
Lofqatst. now working
Now I is the time. If Devoe is worth $1.50 or$1.76 a I galIon Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Forbes arrived / .-- iiio

how ranch ia the other one worth 1 from Kalamazoo Mich., last Friday to the Painter Fertilizer Co. at Jackson At the Christian Chnrcli.; ..

Spot cash for losses. How much is a gallon of paint worth spend their second winter at DeLand. villa was at DeLand over Sunday last Services at the Christian Church Sunday o n School Supplies U
L. and children. He
Mrs. the
|U should be protected. anyhow They are occupying the Jenkins cottageon visiting Oct. 80th. Morning subject: "Re ,.
will through down there in the I')
get ..i'f'
D Insured? The answer is: Depends on the paint Indiana Ave. wards, Ancient and Modern." Evening toto
you next month. Peter is one of the finest .
The reason ia: paint isn't always The Sheriff of Madison county was : 'The Whole Counsel of God."' ( '
Every company reliable. paint. There are true and false paint here the first of the week after a negro mechanics In the State, and a dozen A. B. Wads If' ATQ. toto ;
parties here at DeLand are waiting for
and short'measure criminal Sheriff Turner captured near ; l
iIfrfi ,
does his services.Mr. The Epworth League of the FlratM. E,
When your policy expire? How mach ia a short-ineaanra gallon Glenwood and is wanted by the Madison f W. FISHER'S ..
church will give a Halow'een Party to
O. L Brock has on
worth T How much la false worth t authorities.The completed the
In force paint
policy ? county
|la your d to
Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the church parlors ) j
remodeling of his residence Rich
How mach ia Devoe worth city council held on -' ..... ........ .,. '. ,
a special see --- '
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felephone. !n.HON 'There are million, a year in the elon Monday last, and entered into a Ave., haa repainted and repapered it, The O. E. of the Christian Church ,:-,.--.,.-....--.-.E. :_-._-.-....._-._-.-.-._-. .-O"1 1.. .
INSURANCE and it makes nice -home. Mr. Brock ...
anaweV a
AGENCY.. to this last one. contract with the Atlantic Coast Line wilt give a Hallowe'en social this Friday __ I
f. -- -- -- -
of the and the
Yours truly furnish the branch engine with waterat occupies one rooms, evening at the home of Mlllal\Jabel
- \J will find us at F W DEVOE & Co other four, unfurnished, are for rent, '
the rate of$100 per year.. Bracey the organist/ of that church The
New York and are nice quarters for a small family. members of the Society and all friends I u
gtetson and DeLand. The building boom keeps at De- W. A. ALLEN: CO
G W Fisher tell our paint up The rooms are large and well ventilated are cordially invited.
Land and all
the new buildings are
Miss Josephine Hodges, the efficient ,
modern with' all" conveniences' In the operator for the Western Union at the The Hon. B F. Ibach Indianapolis, and ...
-FFFFFFFFFFFFiiFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFiIW matter of nice, eomf,rtabie'home. no advocate of the Druggists Jewelers.
JLJB DeLand office for the past two yearn, an eloquent temperancecause ", .ih\
town in the State can excel DeLand.Mr. will address the Temperance 1&
: ; has been promoted to the main office at Mase-meeting at the M. E. church South T. .. tIn fStationery ,
i Fudger's Bread < : ". f H. Jarrett, from the north end of Jacksonville\ and she left Thursday to Sunday evening Nov. 6. Every one ,,? Drugs, '..... ., 'I ,

: the State, has brought Mrs. Jarrett and assume her new duties The DeLand should hear this very able speaker.U. ; am., "',.i ,' or ,;

I :* v \veelo'doolre. : ; to call the attention of the public i to the ,jj,Jt the three children to DeLand that the patrons of the Western Union regret to C. V.' 'n ,I I uye] r's. Candies,,. ',u, .I :"-:"' ,h. ',.WI

:3J t .?, .. rlwtia price of bread stuffs! and remind: ion that wJ bare potel children may attend school.. ,They are lose Miss Hodges, but extend congratulations Kodak Supplies, 4, J ",. J' uiFlorida'Squvenits 1111I .

decreased the else or weight of oar loaves, aa have most of j occupying the Gentry home on. East upon her merited promotion. Regular tri:monthl meeting of Lor- ] ,. .. 1 0" i.

:S:: the leading bakers of the country. No Rise in Prices. eiFUDGER'S Rich ave. Mr. Justin M. Williams of St.. Ing Camp, No IMS, United Confederate I. ,,- _' 'Zf "

:S= J' 7; I!i5 MlM.. Julia May Whltoomb, eldest Augustine is spending/ several weeks In Veterans November, 16th at DeLand pro*. QQ, ,Tuesday, 'T dH 01,.1 :""Ur.tlteUette'sRemedies: t '\0 .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ira W. Whit- DeLand. agent of the Mutual Life Insurance By order of 'Wj S. THAYBI | ; "
3 BREAD .t comb of this place, and Mr..Benjamin Company of New York. Mr. U. M. BENNETT, Commander.' Clocks : ',.. ,,'
= 5 F. Craig, electrician tor the:Electric William is one of the most successful Adjutand. Jewelry,
:5= I* cheaper, delivered at your home, than yon can make your MW JJ Light Co., will be married on Wednesday agents the company has In Florida. la- --,- .-- bilverware. ., "1" "')

own bread,considering the advance of floor over one dollar :m November 2nd. deed he captured the prize of a free Cut Glass 'I.' _*'i; ,J;
:* per barrel within the past all: : week, and yon escape the heat J Mr. J. B. Taylor received a telegram trip 'to the St. Louie Fair offered by V. H. VOORHIS I .

a .y.; and worry of baking Jays. 'Phone us a trial order, and we '* Wednesday morning announcing the the company to the agent writing the J Optical .floods; 'j

: are sore you will become a permanent customer. i death of bis brother William H. Taylorat largest number of applications. Mr Dentist, Fountain Pens., Etc. ,i1

.. .....= $ his home at Lo.Angel e. The deceased Williams has the beat of reference, Is a Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. ,
was also a brother of Mrs. Brew- hustler, and U-with one of the best life NEXT TO POST '
St. Elmo Hours 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 OFk ICE. "
to 4
,. 'Phone oS : )J ster and Mr. Frank S,Taylor oUranllo Insurance companies doing business In y

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AIR BRAKES. Notice of ApiJicatlon: for Tax Deed Under .

Hoction H, Chapter 4 B8!!, Laws SOUTHERN RAILWAY: '
New .They AM Made erad How The.. of Florida. ATLANTIC COAST LINE

Tint's Pills Are Applied. .. Tralaa.Every Notion hereby given thnt B N Waldron :
one bus. bourd of the air brak ItCHING'M' purchaHer" of tax certltlcHte 1'o.7nll. dated World's Fair Koote-Jlent Line to StLonls .
the !!d dny. of Juno, A.l 1VU2. bits tiled MaId
and references to It ore sure 'to bemado oertinonta! In my ollluo I and has made application I -Superb Dining Car Service. The Car' line'' ":From Florida
After attar, persons ef Mlloas habit wuon the subject of protection lor tnx dtted to'I Issue" In acoordunoewith Stop overa going and returning .t Great Through )
will, dsrlv mat bMflt by taking. ouof gainst railroad accidents Is. under dl*. law Bald ourtltlcatu embraoea tho following Atlanta, Knozville Louisville, Ashevllle ,
tbsse pUs. U you have Dawn cusslon. but like many Invention 1n decrlbed property altuated in Volu- and principal North Carolina '
ala county Florida. towlti mountain renorta. CpMECTIOflSj $ ;
DRINKING TOO common use It la more or-less. of a
MUCH In July 1883,1 began to breakout wltbBcnma n P
I Lot 3, Dili 8. M and C Holly Hill '
theywlUpl'OlDptJ'n.' ..... tha> mam, mystery, for which an explanation. <>> 1 I. on my h.ad1I.g. and arms, and See High Bridge the highest railroad T \ itt3 Via ;;
The saM land being assessed at the date bridge in the world, famous Blue Grans East' THE ATLANTIC) C0AST..a : (? Charleston Riob>
demanded from time to time. }
53 CK HEADACHE began treatment with local doctors, but of the iBHunnce of unch certlncnte in tbe Lexington and Lol1l v1l1B. the J mond and Wauhington.
.. The modern air brake consists of did not ret much relief. They: said the dl* name of H. B. Corwln. Unlese laid region'
aD4 nervousness which follow, rector* I twelve parts among which are thy air eu haoTbecome chronic. I then quit them certiflcuta ahnll be redeemed auuordliiK to Free! reclining chair can and high .. .
the appetlt and remove Bloomy feelIng : aod tried various ointmrats and foi law, tax deed will Isaue theieon on the 81st class day: coacbes. Through Pullman To
*. Elegantly. sugar coated., I pump which coiuproHHos the air; a soapa diy of October KM. sleeping cars Jacksonville toSt Loots. West j ( 1 The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. -
another two but
yean, as soon as cold }
main retiurvolr. In which the air I IB I WitnuBs oiliclal signature and seal The The Mobile Ohio R. K. via MOn
Take No Substitute. weather came I was as bad off as ever, so I my Folders ratea.eto, cheerfully furnished J g m.ry. TvTo /
tored; the engineer's brake valve regnlatlng finally decided to let medicine alone and this the SUb: day ol Suptoniber 11)04 upon application. ( .$

the flow of air; the train pipe for twelve or thirteen years did nothing; SAM'L D.JOKDAN, :/. 0. LDSK Via Savannah and Ocean
Steamship Company for.New
C'lerk Clroult Court Voluslii cuullty.'lorldaNotice
which connects the brake valve with towards curing the Bciema, except ball District Pans. Agent. 108 W Buy St.,, EastVia York Philadelphia and Boston. :

,,' the triple valves under euvh cur; tbe tag. This swmed to do about. muc of Application for Tar Deed Under JuckHonville. Fla. The } Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wa h. Baltimore.

quick action triple valve coutrolllii good as anything I had tried. Section 8 of Chapter 48HH Laws .Via Savannah and JIIel'cbanr.f1uers\; : Transportation

LEGENDS OF TilE SEA the flow of air to and from the nuxl During the time I lo t about one-half omy of Florida. -- .- -- - -- Steamship. Company: for Baltimore and Philadelphia. '
lary reservoir. which la. .supplied frou hair. I began 8. S. S. doubtful of Notice hereby that A AMcUcinnlil.nurchiiBcr I 1
because the diBeaae had given ___ ____ I
the main. reservoir and the brake cure, run so long. ot THX CiTlillunle No tlo, dated -
J, '. WEIRD SPECTRAL SHIPS DOOMED TO Inder piston rod which is forced outward cy but soon discovered your medicine wt, the Tib day of Mnv A.D., IH8t. baa Hied aaldcertltlcHte HODGKIN'SWagfon To KBJY and W iji 'J: l VU PENINSULA AND ,' ... !
: doing me good, and continued to take it In and bu mailo (
the brake f
\ thereby applying I uNd seven bottles, when I was com lillontlon'or lax duvd t.) 1..U8111. accnrdiinoii HAVANA. I
The theory of the air brake Is. the ptetely cured, not having a single spot 00 with Inw. Uuld" corllHcnttt. eni'rucesihe
!,; Ilk* rtftmm D. ohin.m of Evil Van. equalization of prensuro. When the my body: which before was almost com following duBcrlbud property .nUuuto1n Shop Interchangeable mileage tickets good ove'r 13,000 miles of the principal I railway

Ap..*ar. Iil M..r Kind of Ba Lore. brakes uro not In action tbe pi-usH. ure pletely covered.P.. C. NOHXOI.II. > Voluslii uoiinty, Floriilu town( I of the Southern States are on sale by the peincipal ngenta. 'i! ) '. '

Blook Inland'* Fiery Komliiil** of on the train. pipe Is made such all to 1017 Hackberry St., Ottumwa, la. 'oIwJ4 of swJ4, ,auction 34, Ip 130. r""I1G 2Su, JTor! complete information call on E. L. Powe. Ticket agent or atldreaa

the -Wrokr vf Colonial D.... prevent an escape of air from the auxiliary II./IICI'O./ DeLAND, FLA. "Tbrougn Pullman Sleeper. Port Tampa to New York vis. 'Atlantic .Ka'1t'. Coast. Una..
When the The head, feet and hands are usually The uhllllo.1 l buluK assesse.l lit the dnteof alcq vis Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway". '
reservoir. engine
Among the; multitude of (uperstitlona deslrus. to make un application ot the parts affected though the diitease. ap nHine the Imuuuce 01 Uarrs of Hunter.uuch uertlflo Unices.ta aulil In cerillluateslmll the Everything In Wagona, Baggiea Carts FRANK 0. BOYLSTON Dint. Pass. Agent, V7. D. STARK Traveling Pass. Agen;

to which the sea has given birth brakes be turns bin brake valve so that pe..ol1oth.rp..oftha body. While external be redre ned acu rdlnirtoluw, etc., manufactured and repaired in my 139 WMt Bay Street A.tor Building/ Jacksonville Florida.

not the toast Interesting are those con there In a moderate reduction of the applications allay the itching am 'lux ilfeil will' iHBtie thereon the lllth day ofNov. Shop in the very best workmanship H. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager W.J. CRAIG General Passengei ..gent
burning temporarily is the acids throw
A.D. 1UU4 known. Only first-class men employed .
cernlng weird spectral ships doomed pressure In the train pipe. This causes off by the blood that cause the Irritation WltnoBH lllulnl slgnnture and seal I /and firnt-claaa work turned oat. I have Wilmington North Uarollna.

by some Irrevocable decree of fate to the greater pressuru. In the auxiliary and eruptions upon the skin. The acid Ibis. Ibe loth my dny ol Oct. .\. D., 1'04.'' Htely added to my plant a
if aaU the wide seas over till eternity: reservoir to force air Into the brak muat be neutralised and the system cleans.SK 8 >MbIX JORDAN

.' without hope of ever once entering at cylinder, forcing the pinion out and !of all humors and poisons is before th Clerk: Clrnult Court' Volnila' County, *in. Florida East Coast Ry.I
cure permanent
applying the brnkua. ,
harbor of safety Conspicuous among
S. S. S. is
When It In duMlred to release tbe puaran ..
Notice Non-Residents. .
t these Is the Flying Dutchman or, rather teed entirely free
Flying; Dutchmen for there are Innumerable brakes. the engineer turns his valve lu of Potaah Arseni LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect Juna 4, 1904.
the opposite. direction permitting tbe and other miner IN CIKCUIT COUUT SEVENTH: JUDICIAL
versions this legend
I.- air to flow from the mulii reservoir al.. Book on the CIHOUir OF }FLORIDA IN: (9UTHBOUND-RIAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-MAD UP. '
which have been colored and de.llrnedf *
!i.< located on the engine. Into the trulipipe. skin and its diseases AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY. INCHANCERY.
to concur.wltn the various fancies. and free. : : Na.00Dally. Na.2Daily. STATION*. No. a Na. 71Dally. \
When the pressure thus rentoret Bent .
I Ideas of different' nationalities.< Dally. ;I.I"
In thc train pipe la. Increased. above tbe Medical advicfurniahed I.

It Is not Improbable that the original pressure lu the auxiliary nmvrvolr. certain free. I J. U. Flinn va Complainant 1 :I.. ;:::::::::::::::::::.:_8o Jaokaonvllla JaoKaonvllla:::::::::::::::::::::::1.: '.1

, .t Flying Dutchman WHS that described valves are moved communication Tke Swift Speolflo Company Atlanta, 6a, AugiiHtit C. Keating Thomas ) KM a,.......................8 .Auna.Un... ... ............ *) '\
In the old Norse tradition of a viking Ke itinu.hur, huBlmnd' ,nnd 4 nnio a ............... ........ Han tlnfMi........ ............. ? B8a '
I ( who bad sacrilegiously: stolen a ring la thereby: restored. between trulu pip. Uivluv personally ami, aH '' '-111 U II. ... .....................B. Falalka........................ MaiiU i ,
I I.
.[, from the gods and whose skeleton wag and auxiliary reservoir tbo pluton Notice of Final Irixofthu. ulll ol Jacob li. Up p.r................ ..... .1. loa
r ever afterward seen seated on the forced to Its normal position the nil' Discharge Uralf deoeasfd, l UefMidnntB. ] I t !a L.." ..................i.Palatia'jr..t"V..l"nAi. ooa ass: i'

i, mainmast of a black spectrul. ship enveloped escapes/ from the brake cylinder, am Notice/ hereby, Klven that *lx month appearing' by ollkliivlt of the attorney Mp l 0p Ar .................... .8.0 M.to .................... ..LvAr ..... 800 a
In to behold which foreboded the auxiliary reservoir is recharged sfierdute towitt Un tbe tirat day nl L>e- for tbe complainant, in the above cause that 80a Lv.............. .....B. ...... .... .......... 7111. I lOp .
through ll.c trulu pipe. cember A 1> 11"! H, I will pienpnt my linn the defendant Annie JI. Hltflevlun resident .
0- wreck and dl nster. A later DanIsh arvount an ndminlntraior' of tbe extate 01 of a StaUi other than the -tue of Florldn; II Illp L". ........... ....... Neoffs* .................... ..1.v OM a ,
t. variation of this story no doubt Inspired When the train breaks in two or i n William A. Cone, cli'ceHapd. to the C'unntrJuilutof that the residence' of Bald uofendiiiit la. bellevrd s p 1 ......... ......Bnnnello......................... 04S. '

Longfellow's lines describing- hone pipe of connection.suducu: Is and broken uiutcrlal It has. for a lln'"!VoltiBiH d'Bcha coiinlv" 1111'anch"'Ior'dllllnll/t.k iidnilnlBtratorDated to be at No. 3 Lafayette I'laue,. KocheHterNfW I al 111: ::::::::;:::::::;:::;:::::::_.,.Dup Ormona.:...:::::::::::::;::::::::::::: : :: ::

t' tbe effect u reauctionof York; that suld defendant is p .......... ............Dayton*....,... .......... .... 4 ,
A. hip of the dead that culls .the. .eea. tbe pressuro' In the trulu thia the -J7th day of May, m 4 above the age of twenty-one years, and thattlle.e & p ........ .. ......Port Orange..)................... ....... 4 I. 1,
And la called the Cannlthan. PETEk CONE, .. ... ..... .. .. ... ... ... .. t
the In DO person within" tbls State service 05 p .. ... 8011.. .. ... 4 P
In tempeata ahe appears pipe tbe same as though engineer AJmlnlBirato' on whom would bind. Buiil defendant It Is COLD TIRE SETTER I I 11p ......................O.1 11.................... 8 !Gia ,
;.Without a helmaman .te.... had made un emergency application thereupon[ ordered( thnt .mild. defendant 10 8 00 P ..........................Tltn.lle............ ......_...... 8 11. i3 p
p .............. ...... ............. ......... 1 ,
nlm .
The sudden reduction of Notice Annie Bhe 111 I
oFinal 11. Illulev be nnd ta 1
Tradition says of this ship that a hid pressure Discharge. hereby rt- Can met your Tires without taking p .................... .Roolled". .............. ............ a 8 P
faced sat the opens supplementary valves. which tu 'liilrcd to appear to Ihe hill of complaint 1 18 f a p ................ ........ ............... 1 1 1 00..
ous goblin Invariably: on wheels from vehicle. We take oat Ouila..
Notice la liervby, plvvn Hint six mnntbnafterdate her..IIIIIII'1i bowsprit smoking a horrid pipe filled crease tbe pressure. upon tbe bruku tow It! on' tbo llrm tiuv nf t>v* A. U. l'\>>.. lielngtlic 7th day ifsalJ uoltg rub no paint or burn your fulloes I.G P ..... ........................e.baatlan............................... 1 I.Gia 101.0.

with a more pernicious weed than tobacco shoes cylinder: ore about attached ISO per to cent.rods The which brake. lire ceiuber.Rcanunt A as 1 ndmlnlstiator> 19
and ill betide the luckless vel :you :your . .. .__ .
ePruttH.: decpAHMl, to the Conntv'ud al p .. .. .... .Tlbbal .... .. .
I'I: hi ve leave to proceed tfti1'U
In turn attached to the piston In such exparte.It hot again. : .... .... .. ..
that encountered her, for- of Vulusla : :: : i p .... .... .Eden .. ...... .....
!!e county' Florida and AHK In lurther orUerecl that this order be .
1 f7 10 P .......... ... ... .o..o .; ;... .
.. ..
manner that when the all' from tin : .. ... ..
will ;or a nnftl dlschartre an snub HdmlniHtrntor. published In tbn Volusia County Reonrdonpeo I ..... .. .. .. feOi ,
Over her deoka the ceaa leap.8he Thanking yon for your patronage in i' p .. .. ... .. 8tu.ilHob. ......... ...... 18a
reservoir. forces. tbe luttur out Dated tbU tbe da Mn '.
auxiliary 2711) t lUiMPKTEB1 .
: ; "> ch week for four consecutive weeks Bound
; And muat perlah IrO mouae down and Into man.the deep a pulllug forte Is exerted I upon' tbobrakes. > ONE;/ iiinedlut.lv\ preceding Bnld Hrst Mundiivn he; paxt ana hoping a continuance in : r : .::::::::::::':::::::::;;::.West :..*..::::::::::::::::::. 1 r: & ::

Allmlnl8lrator.Notice Novemmlier A. l>. Iim4Wltnexs. he future, I remain 4 ............. ....W. Pal, l..b .....-. ... ...... p.O.
t.: The moat generally; accepted version .-Cblrii: ; > urd-icTOld.; Suinuul D. Jordan Clerk of Bald l 4 1 113 P ..........*......Boyn .. .. ............ J8 8 p 6.
Yonrs to p .. .>... ..., ...D.".,.. /J| ... .. p
is serve, 0 f .. f.
of the Flying Dutchman however Court and lh > seal thercol thla2Mlh of
1 of Final Discharge. < day GI P ............. .....Ft. I,.vi .&. that of the pigheaded Dutch captain ---------- uu-o Scp'eniber ,\. l II HXH.' a 1 p ...............n. Hallundal. ,............ ....... p I.

f f'". -who Storms swore In the be would teeth round of a terrific the Cope hurl of- afui Notion.* lute. Is towll herrby Ion given the t"b.ibnt.day HX!Kcbriniryi months. (Seal) I>AU'I.ll.: Ky IOKDAV.Ktn FNb t 1 lurk D.,C SCOTT HODQKINS. I :: ;:.:::-:.:::.,::..'".'.'.'.':'n 7.v.::;...M.,.nrni":: !;:"":'.::::':,::'::;:::.::-::.Lv. i. g : :

191'11.' 1 will to Hon. J Leo :
SHYLOCHShylock JluCrnry,
rlcane. His fatuous determination _.__._
j" scared the crew out of their wit and r..r i my final illRcbarye HH AdminiHirrttnr. 01be 8..U.OR OIU.GB BRNCH.8rulo.
culminated In threats of mutiny.: rotate of Martha J. Ilantu r'eoeaspd. No. 12Dally No. 31 No. I fiTATIOMI.I I No. 2 o.I .4
? Eventually; they became obstreperous J. J. BAJiTA.AdinlnUtrator: DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works Dally Dally I Dully I Dally DallyI

but the bold not daunted.t' ; ,. Tltmvllle.. AT UMp lOlOalllla LY..N. Smyrna..ArLv. 30 P
J skipper .
> .. ..
August U. 1004Executrix I ,... Osta ........... 11 >ta Lake Helen ..Arv.Or.nge 1C > .
clinched matters by throwing a few of was the man who J. T. CAIRNS, Propr. and Manager. O.IL.::::::::,.Ktit ? ........ 11 00. 11 88 I, Clty.Ar JI 0 rNo.lt
them overboard and terrifying: the rej Notice. ..... diuiford'.. ..Lv 10 s 00p ..Or.City JO..LT
reiterated his oath wltbf wanted a pound of human DRESSED
j malnder li 723 No. NoTfl No.
I N* 19Dally No. ISDally Ho. ZODally 24Pally
treble vl<>>len9. Then an apparition flesh. There Notice Is hereby given I hut the underIgnetl LUMBER Sat and I Dally MAYPOBTBHANOR. 8.tn4Buod'y
are many has (|ualiB d us tbe Executrix of the- lundaDaily.. .. Dally ioeptSund'y Dally
endeavored to turn him from bis purpose inlttlo of Jeremlub MuUruth and all creill- AND ROUGH .I .t .
to receive a most Impolite, not to Shylocks now the convalescent ors, levatera. heirs nrd dlatrlbnteec will BUDd
irreverent It ireaent their vluims within two from Celling Flooring SidingTurning1, Scroll SawingMoulding Window i anc. goP 11.i LvJ'okBonv'A.r TOO. 8 40 ag \ in
say: .reception. doggedly; years e 63 OOPS \\\ll ?
,' persisted and so enraged the captain the consumptive the bis date ot the Hume will be forever Door Frames, Newel Poati, Baluaters. Mantels Turned Porch Columns, eSheddlnir I P 100.I. ,8.. .88.1.B.b.. e aIS 01.1 S i "

j. that be flred at It with his revolver. sickly child the pale barred. for Groves. and Pineries. tfiT" Crates and Box Material a apecla, H I I. Atlantic Be.h a T Ii P p mPENINSULAR
young SARAH E. McGiiAru. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. 48 P .'1 1 AT. Mayport < 00. I 1 i aop
But Instead the the
of hurting ghost Tills July 14, 11104.) Kxuvutrix.
all want human flesh

'- mlsfortun he not unnaturally for a and they can get it-take Notice of Final Discharge. J

sailor and a Dutchman, became even Notice IB -- --------- ---- .- MAD I MIAMI' WITH STEAMSHIP OF THC P. 0. .S. COMPANY tOt i
hereby given that the unclerIgned ---- ONIO"O A
Scott's Emulsion.
more sacrilegious In bis expressions.r Guardmn of L. Colby Pinkerton will HAVANA AND KEY WEST
He was forthwith condemned to navl- on tbe lat day of March .. D 11) is. piesenti .
\ (ate his vesael forever and ever with Scott's Emulsion is flesh IB noal 1 account to tbe County Jud.e': 01 Choice of Two Through Car Lines
roluuia I j County, Fli ruin, at bin. ullloe at I Tluaa Tlma TablM abow tha Um.a at which train, may be .ip ot d to arrive and depart
I gall to assuage bis thirst, redbot Iron and blood, bone and muscle DeLantl and aak that the snine' be allowed.J. ran th*aav.ral .tatlona. bat their arrival or d iartur at tha tims atated 1. not m.rantmd,
for his hunger, forever sleepless and D. 1'KICE: TO aor_a th.Oompaay lo\4 _l( nsponilbl. for any delay or any consequence .rl.lag tiler.
without hope of arriving at port. By; [tfeeds the nerves, strengthens This Aug 23,1110 tiuardlan. ..

:.;. the aid of bis friend Satan he was able the digestive organs and they Notice of Application for Tax Deed ST. LOUIS MO For Copy of th* X.OOAI. TIMB OABD or Oth.r Information I
to bring about disasters and tempests Under Section 8 of Chapter 4bttS,
and his ship was "the harbinger of feed: the whole body. Laws ot Florida. "SEE .THS .TICKET AOENT/V : I '

wreck and woe" alluded to by; Scott In Notice Is hereby given that A A -VIA-
McDonald J
"Kokeby." For nearly thirty years luruhaser of Tax Certlnoate No. 10 dated, t. D. KAmrBR. Aaat. Oen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

. Tbe of bo 2d day of June, A. 1>. lOu"' bus nled --- ---------
b French equivalent this ship Scott's Emulsion has been the : Atlantic I i --- --- --
Mid ixirtinoate In my olllce, and hug made Coast Line i
p was the Courier Bollendals which was great' of human flesh. application for tax deed to.. 'issue In accorduoe ,
aid to sail around the world In twelve giver with 110... Bald rertlllcate embraces Southern Railway.:

l' boon with terrible disasters following he following described pro| In her wake. : We will send you a couple ol Vulusla coun'.y Florida towlt: Bound Trip Rates from DeLand:

German tradition Is rich In phantom I ounces free.8COTT 8wK of ne and ne of swji, section 23, EFFECTIVE MA* 29, 19Ve8tboleTr.ln.
.' townahlp ISs, 28e 6V()
rango ; acres
.hip* and telta of one on board oft $46.00 i $38.35On
BOWNB. Chemists.4OO The said land being aaaeaaed at the date
which was a nobleman who bad been of Eut No Nortb .nd Wellt No 18Lv

'" forced to leave bIB fatherland because -+15 .Pearl and f i M Street.j all dnicglaU.New York.toe. namtt the. of ucnanoe A A KinR.of such Unless certificate ald certitt-in th- On sale dally. Good to Dec 25 ; sale daily. Ooo'd 60 days Jak8nvllle, Fla. ; 4lip 8 So By.... .... 1lp .

of a great crime and who was alleged cate shall' be redeemed according to law.tax LvJe.up. .. So /. .Jr..1. .. ap Lv Jack.IDvleJ ...... .. ... .. .
to toss dice with the devil for his own fed will iaaue thereon on the 10th day or : $20.95 Lv Sav.ooab. as. Iy. . .. 01 Ar Je.u.. to Ry........ .... 8UI I IArtJolumbla.
l eon!, while another Teutonic creation FINANCIAL: STATEME>T Nov.' A.D. 190*. $30.85 SoRy........... Ar AtlllIta. U,..... . . .... I ) I IAr
Witness my official signature and seal, : (m sale Tuesday and Thursday Cbarlotte. Ry........... 9 M.. Ar Bome. Iy................. 13.
was a death ship which was supposed this the ICtb day of Oct. A. I). IIHH. On sale dally. Good 13 days! : during October., Ar DalCoo. .. ... ... 12
to b* chock full of murderers and criminals Of the Board Public Instruction for dAM'L D. JORDAN, ArGreDabro SRy..11. Ar Cbattaoogo./ 'eon So Ry. .,. .

of the lowest order. A skeleton the Month Ending; Oct 8 1904.B Clerk Circuit Court Voluula. Co., Flit For reservation! and Information apply to airents/ A. C. L., or write ArD.nvle.Ilcbmood. So Rr. ... . I 42p AI' Lexlogton. Q'0. ..... .. II 20pAr

: holding an hourglass stood In m conspicuous FRANK C. BOYLSTON- om. Agt W. D. STARKE Trav. Pass. Art| l.nobbu 30 Iy. ..... .. 4 lp Ar Cll1olnl.t C. .. ... 1 4l
CAPITULATION..' Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un 188 W. Bay Bt, Jacksonville Fla. Ar S Ry........... 6 L. Clnolllo.1 Four........ S
f position, and- der Section 8 Chapter 488S, Laws AI' Cb..rl"tteavle1 ........ U !Op .Four ....... . .110.
Th* .hip waa black. bar mast wrs Balance In Treasur} ss per laat statement of Florida. Ar Baltimore. P ArCblo.l. P. ... .. ... II IpAr
. I black, . ............ $11,29684. ., Rv..1.. \ 3p Lv bloago. PII Lnea Lue....... .... '8sAr
'.' And h.r aaus ooal blaok. as death. Rcoel 1 ft far month as ItemUed here Notice Is hereby given that Gale Grannlng, -- -- --- --- --- New York. P By ..... ..6 4ft Lv CIDcluoati. C D......;. .

.\ And the evil one strad at the helm and 10..f.._ ........... . .......IS14IOOaish .,. !wrubnser. ._ol _Tax.: ,Certlnoate. Mo'. _7M4, dated Ar t.blcago.: 0 H I I 4. ..,'. .. .... 1 2 .
1'n' .' D'n.. ..... U.D .. "
" ......" .. No .001 Fla .
' .1 "ulrb.d --- ---- '. .u.o.u. UIB oruuuy ui July, A. u., niuu\ Du Hied 8"Wublugton Lmited. Lv D. .. .. 9411p
'&,,, And mocked a* their lalllna- breath, on bund .. .....>rt f. ..11.111111 aid oertifluate, l In my olllce, and baa madeppllcation I .II Pllm.n Rm t\ploll Clncllol\t.. (H'( .. ...... ... II 10..
Warrants... drawn tbls month .Itam- for tax clued to issue In acordance Why Not Brink Ar D. ....
i > Car.J.ok.onvlletoNew .
which undoubtedly must bar been aI' =Ized herein....... ....... .....63131)) wltb lew. Bald oertlncate em- '" Lv Dtrit J.r. ...........72aTbrugh ,
1 most grewsome spectacle to run races the following duBorlbed. )property "The L.od ot tbe Sky." o 8 CIIIOllu.tl.1 a Llue.Ln........ .... b OOaLv

gainst and something akin to the appearance Total expend and cash on bamlll,3IO 4i> ituated in Voluala county "Florida lo-wlt PUKE WATER ? J.CkBOovl S ....... ...',7 4lip Ar Lv Hlg 'our...... 9 SOp I
, ;. on All Saints' day of the souls ITEMIZED XFCNDirtJBKt Lot 9, sub of wX of sex, teotlon 5, town- Ornnge City Mlnaral Water Lv "t ...... ..... ., Clevelanll. Big Four...... '.' 6 'li.Ar .
hip lv/., raone 3lu; U acres Spring H un.u'r'La..ed' hi"purlty. beng' Columbl.. By.... .. ... .,1 0" Lv 10 Ry... ..... II SOp
( of-sailors drowned during the ;year. a Warrant ,. .' The caid land .belug aBseased. at- the Into abmiliitnly Free from organic mutter and ,, properiltaespeuially Ar ''tlo.Br........ Ar Lxngtoo. By.... .... .. I sOp
" belief which was prevalent) this .110.'' To, WholD ._ Am't ot tbe Issuance of biiob oerilrloato In the 1'h-a wnter benetlulul haa received eases.H of kidney endorBement at d llvvr tro'ible., ... Ar Alhevll. N O. Ry.. .. l/p Ar Lulvle.Lula. So S ..... . 82..
r. country.; It was said that In the darkness (1833 OW'FUher, McUlnnn sen II 30 name of Surah titarke.Unlena tus O. Sinltb ltaring from such men a. Er...- Ar Kno1vle. 8 RY t...... .I 8 3p aolld
profeBBor nrcbemlatry Holnlt Op
of the night the watchmen on the a" d 38 and \SI 3 M> said certlticate shall be redeemed of the beat chemists this country; J. B.,,Ogdun College, dlre'itor.Belolt, Wlaconnln New York Bod one Ar Lul.vle. Ry...... ..... l1. 10 l-"l'be tail.'I. 1111111. Daly.ni Pull. .
wharfs would observe 4 Pluer l'ur& HardwaieOo Mo 4 A HO according" to law,tnx deed ..lIIll1s11e Ar Lul.. So By........... ve.Ubule to Y.r .
f j". a boat within 5 "- Naws, printing... ....... 1079 bereon on the luib day of Nov, A D. 1WM. othem.Dr.. B.iynton. orcievplunil, Ohio;writ-si "It U the Clooln.I. Q "C................ tI 13.. lan tleeplnJl' Jaukaonvile
ball and pure-t spring water No 13No
hastening to cast it a line. It 8 Rminnl printing! ........ .... ami) ) Wltneaa myotllolal signature and ...1 known tome. 1 am uaing It and it to olliera.
reoummvndlng ItoulynuetUa ,
would disappear and simultaneously T Wabashohranclaob fur NuS..90 this the 15th 8Daly Drawing II R ........ 1M
day ol Ocl A. D. 1904. trial to ounvlnoe anyone that il haa no aa table. Ie. y. P
.uperlur a water. .nll J.nk800v J.8I1V >
l : frightful shriek would rend the air.. I 8 K O Painter Block CO684i Clerlt Circuit Court Ihe |urpoii*of testing tha Mineral [ Water Ar 80 Ry. .
the VoluBla / Spring ,
, Island. on Atlantic coast ) I: B ,nid Lumbe ( county Fla. deriving great beaent from 1"00D.
:0m.c. .
No S3.1M oil' It. use. The water IB diawn from subterranean Ar .. So ay ... .... 20.
a 117 feet I
Spring txtl'iw tbe
, f of the United .States, was alleged to 1 Bert FI.b. UioAcx to Bulo......9 10 Notice of Application for Tax Deed Burfaoe, U very palatable and altogutlier the Beat Water lo be found In the Worl's Tickets AI' Alant.Anolatu. So Ry .. .... .. 9401
,' have Its ghostly ship.which, rising In t salary. .......... na ID Under Section H of Chapter 4&I8, Boutb. Far r 80 R..I .
three p71'amldaJ'lIa_ into the representation II LKCaus. ..y.board and mil MOO Laws of Florida. The Orange City Mineral Spring Water received (fbllnDly diploma the'St Ar Mempbll. .. ..... I Opt.
4 J L Chandler bd and mlla.KGI/ no teFair at Jacksonville In with Kao... City. .. ... .. .
competition Jrrl.o.
ninny otherOUplays.. It la 4
.of a snip to
was supposed 5 E F Knaviw, bd and mUeag-as! 00 Notice Is hereby given that A.deBury, now being bottlrd and sent nut the LVMempbl.. '
be a perpetual reminder of the wickedness H J J Vlnaant., Treu's. com ...., ,.14 09 wrohaaar of Tax Certinoato No. 062. dated put up in attractive itylaln oaaes by of 13 Orange half-gallon. City ,Mineral bon I.*. Spring For t: .m\.ny\ ,! St Louis 19' 00'' Sale' Ar HoC Sprnl.11'11.,1.. \ o
''T B K Lrmon, s d No9 '..;. be ,.. .
of tu former Inhabltants'who lathe {.n 41 (1th day of June. A. D.llOO. has nledaiJ mation, address i 'Ii' '
colonial days cruelly; lured an ton- 8 U S Clark. pump. .to.l No 41..6 00 eertlUcate In my ouloe and has. uiadepplioatlon No -'be Florilia Lmit D.ly ,
II John Hauls, repairs, Mo II..90 00 for tax deed to Issue In accord ORANGE CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,
i migrant! 'ship on ,to the rocks with 8'150! J. U Ulbbant postage.,... 'U 301Total. allce with I...... bald certificate embrace I 11 AT JACKSONVJLLEJrom
treat 1 low of life and then looted wad - be following described property situated C. A. BULLEN Mgr. n- Orange Qty, Fla,, ARBIVAL '

.burned It .,.. -";. .. ........... ....."II81 88W In Voluala county Florida, towlt: New York.. 'W'.blnKn. tNo 2"W..hlogtun .od FlorId.1.llDltd." 0 2
Another *certify; thati the wlUUn statement la EX of swKi 81 "m.
phantom ship so the story non ,township 18 south, Cblo.KO. J\p', "Florid... m -
'!: .L true and eonIn every; ,nartl ular raole SO east SO FID tnolno.tJ. 1 I.tmlt. 41 .
__ appears occasionally off Gap --. -J,. L. CHANDLER.: K..... Mmpbl..lntlgh.a-No' "Floid. Lmie. 9 41 a 1.
sVEcpolr,! In. the bay of dacpe, In the Chairman Bb fnb In.trurtlnn. ..f The the said licuauee land ol belu sucb? anMispd at the date From (luolollt. "Waoblngto Florid.Limied." 9 :.
certlflcate In
the '

(with olf of soldiers fit.: LaW'ftnSbe"conspicuous crowded among Attest: Superintendent BEBT. .and.'KISH.tteoy.NoUee : ante Ot,.chall 1). Cook.be redeemed- acoordln Unless caidortldcate toaw ,, ,?, NOW 1 IS/THE/ ,;TIME TO, APPLY. .w EXCELLENT DINlrQP'A.n.IOIO 1 I. ( t ; "

whom lsjan officer pointing! shoreward tax; deed will Inue thereon on the 81stay 'nM \ '"' JJ O. .UBK. DI.tl'lot P.8.nger. apkaoovl..1/'la./

with one"band and supporting a womimm H<'Apt>llc aon for T r: Deed Un of October A. D. 1004. r 'J' Res'1Fanpfous: : .j' ,. ,. ACKER', W. H. TAY ..

with the other. Suddenly the light* der Florida.8 oMoa S oDt. Chapter 48B8! !, Laws this Wltneaa the ;sotli my day offlotal SeptemberA.algnature U.and loot.seal ar"> A -.....-..D" ''''*:1- .>'.. *"> .1,8., DWl K P.T'M./" IBR' Ki 10 "1. Q.P..A.

'\.o out, Xhere 1 IB a shrill! cry and ,thai If otloe Is hereby, that .' SAM'L D ,JORDAN -... FRUIT r .c2wJ.1'' I> IV'' N."r1',.. ) wt, ..' ,-;-. --- -'
given Mary Bow
hip sings. :This 4s supposed to be thehost lIf
Olerlll Clronlt Court '
mrchaser' VoluBla CountFla.. '
of Tax Csrtitlcate
( of* British transport which wa* the Oilt day of June A. O 1WU.No.1)8)has, dated Hied -I ':(>r N YearsCrop: | of Frut.t| I "

lost at the time of tb'Anglo-French. aid eenltfcaM In my olUoe and has tnarlepplloaUon "Spray ";-r- RICK SON
war* la Canada. -London Globe. for tax di>ed. to lasue la accord.niewlia Pumps. It will pat the'Oranke'Treea"' 'id'splendid' condition to i. A ,
law. go
Said ovrilflcaM embraora .1 ; ; j
; -.i. be fullowlng dasarlbed. pron+rty situated ALL KINDS OJ'P'U"M'PS throngh the \winter and to put on an immense bloom another :
A "' -DEALER INGents' -
IM *mJ la Voluala oounty,Florldato-wlli year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of .

The abas to which. the word -differof An Block Dine, HevllleU'hs 'trees, and tne fall crops .where MAKES' has been nsed. '"' and Boys' Clothing;, Hats and Caps.Lmllett .
.to subject from wrltr. who 1mgHi
(ald'land I I being aaaeaaed
nt tbe date '
'> .<,1 FOB ALL KINDS OF; Qents, anil Children Shoes. Slippers and Bnbbers.
;> # that rtwo different mn" mans am.anneofucb rartltloate Inthonameof '

'1fIt f. nothing nor* than "two mn".was. IIuatrateo BeiUleComn'y.be rcdecnMMl. ;according Unleaa' aald In law oertldcate Ux shall deed PRAYING. IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS, Bug W.g narneea. Baddies, ek, .. I II

;'- ( ) by-th* following ssntsnc* -111 lasne tbvrron tbe 31tb For Prices write I Machines and '. '
on da; ol Ootober. eto., see or .&wln" Organ*, P.OO MnalcsJ IiistmmenU
r J:, tfota ", port m a dally newspaper of A;D. 1004.Wltnox FIELD FORCE PUMP CO. .

,, MrrtM* powdtt mill **pl *loa; ,"Twh'ri't ajijr ofllelal signature 'and seal l E. L. 'PQWBrAgenf.: General Repair ShoM. B.meB. Machines, eto. J

< | H>adst ver. foond ilia.the rains this tlw 0ta day of Sestember. A. D..1IM4. ,". J. MAQRUDER, > '

,r ",t. sAsi Jll. :.They are assun 41*hT I 8AII'1. JJ. .JORDA N.. CLan JJaveriS 'fi'lobk b eLand Florida .
r,,;j tJ pTW ewo .dlffsn-ht *mnloy Mr!I I""" '?I, ,.., tJlorlr ctreale o-i1.... Oak"Mill, Fla J.>
,., .: '"''*,? "'" Voluala county, Fla, Agent VoIusU and Br vard Couatlai. \ __" "_ ". ______ _


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