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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: November 5, 1904
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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\ OLUME XIX DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1904. r NUMBEif.3. .'

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professional Curbs.t STYLE IN WRITING. FEAST OF THE WHALEAN ,

ft Is Incident That showed lion Writ

James W. Perkins. Cary D. LandU. (fiesta Knew U. Qalnvey*. ESKIMO BANQUET THAT MAY Good ee'l'r'

PERKINS & LANDIS, It Is tlii fiiMlilun to laugh gently at LAST A WHOLE DAY.Iiii'ldeiit .

any claim of u special sense fur style
;)
ATTORNEYS a COUNSELORS-} lu writing. Most puoiilo really believe
t AT-LAVI, / Jolnmoii of the Modal I.lfe Amo..
that Mr. Brown ami Mr. will '
the VitlM- of Arctic Alaska After the
In substantially
order a car load of potatoes
I DeLand, Florida. the words and tliat Lord the Huutlnic lI..u..n l. Over. The tq
Will Practice In State and Federal T- ">- '-" V- --" -T> J same n.tu,'" ut the Fleet tu uor... .'> < t "
Uncoil und Muster SliukvHiieuru wrote \
Court for Infants and Children. ''. ... 1 ..
alike to deceive their dearest
euough Writing of the Industrial and social

STEWART & BLY, Castoria Is ft harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Port friends. Hut occasionally ono comes a' '(lioiln and C'lmloms of tho Eskimo ehildren

I gone. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It lit Pleasant. It upon uu Illustration that goes to prove of arctic AliiHku:< A \Mclllionny. -

ATTORNEY&-AT-LA contains neither Opium, Morphine: nor other Narcotic style In writing is as distinctive the In the Century says:

substance. It destroys Worms and allays Fcverl luicn*. trained eye as color Is. The pilnclpul occupation of these

Office In Bank Building, DELAND. It cures JUarrlHieii and Wind Colic. It It relieves regulates Teething tho- Many years ago Jumes T. Field wa JEsldmoH (of arctic Alaska) during the ':
Troubles and cures Constipation. "
making collection of the writings of Is the of the bow bead
u spring Inmtlng
natural Children fond of dainties
Branch office over Postofflce DAYTONA: Stomach and Bowels friviiiHT healthy find sleep. especially are
De Tha were widely ,
The Children's I"anacea--The :Mother's Friend. Qulucey. essays whale In the lends, or open water, and
scattered lu various periodicals and among the floe Ice of the Arctic oceiiu.
BERT FISH. The Kind You Have Always :Bought were often bard.. to Identify. Mr. The taking/ of a whale Is always a and the housekeeper must look carefully ;

Fields knew Rufus Choate as u devoted time of great rejoicing with these people

I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, > Bears the Signature of II student of De Qulncey aud wrote for It means not only uu abundance to their food.

him one day asking hIs opinion as to of food and fuel but a large

DeLand. Florida. a certain article. Was it by Do Quln amount of valuable trading material. As good cake can be made only with

Special Facilities for Examining cey or not? After the whaling Benson Is over the

a and Perfecting Land Titles.J 'IQ-A Mr. Choute replied that it certainly boats which have been used la the good so also a cake that is healthful -
a eggs,
wos. There could be no nilHtiiklng the chase lire gathered on the leads between -

HALL BBUMSEYATTORNEY Style of the piece. A few weeks later tbe puck and shore ice, which
\ well be raised witha
In Use For Over 30 Years. Mr. Chonte received, through Mr. Is often Homo tulles from shore at the as as dainty must :

{ AND COUNSELOR ,. Fields, a letter from De Quiiu-ey denying foot of some road that has been cut
tl en..r.. yya.v," aelr and '
AT LAW pn=St "re.ua 'T altY.NIJL.. __ J absolutely and somewhat. Indignantly through the rough Ice from tbe land pure perfect baking powder. ,

I'\ ,_ the authorship ef the article to the water. The most successful '

II. Will Practice In all State and Federal u .; Cnrcn KheDm.tlnm ...1| CBtftrrli-V.illelne I cntPr I But Choute was not of the stud to boat's crew with their umiak (a whaling Royal Baking Powder'' is indispensable ]

Court A..I'IOU to' .;11......... ... yield his opinion for a trifle like tliat. / bout covered with skins), takes the

"I} DELANO. FLOHIDA OPUIS were engraved) nt it Tory earls Send no money-simply write and. lIe wrote to Mr Fields: lead followed 1 by the other bouts in the in the preparation of the highest quality ,

1 .... Office over Fisher's Drug Store. pcrluij of the workl'H\ hlHtory. The very; try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex "I still believe that De Quliu-cy wrote order of their HIICCUHH.! The harpoons 1

.. oldest specimen of tUlM art in exlutcuce pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) I the essay De Qulucey to the contrary flouts paddles and everything pertain of food. It imparts that peculiar lightness '

J L. McCRORY III believed] to tie a Hqiiuru signet of ;yellow kills or destroys the poison in the notwithstanding, ing to tho cbime of the whale are

Jasper" : engraved ill the year 1450 blood which causes the awful aches In Doubtless tar Fields read the note placed In their respective position and flavor noticed in the i

ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand B. C. and now In the Hrltlsh museum. back and shoulder blades, shifting: with a smiling comment' "That's just The umiak Is then placed ou a flat sweetness

The UIIKI-IM, 'Inn upon it Is n full picture pains difficulty in moving fingers like Cboute' confidence In his own ivory runneled. sled. and lashed firmlyin
II., and the toes or legs bone pains, swollen muscles finest cake biscuit doughnuts crusts etc. 1
of the burst of Auu'iiophU judgment! pi nee. The owner, wbo Is called ,
Florida. underneath have been deciphered and joints of rheumatism or the Months there
One the
characters elapsed. day came omcllo (headman), ntunds on ice

I E. ALEXANDER, us being the mimes and titles of foul breath in throat hawking, bad hearing spitting, specks droppings a letter from De Quhieey containing a at the right hand side of the bow; the and what is more important, renders the j

J The earliest Instance of humble for his blun and
that monarch the all out' apology previous boat Btcerer stands at the stern
before played
dying
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an engraved precious stone Is the emerald feeling of catarrh.eyes Botanic Blood der. By chance he had found In his the puddlors .stand at their respective food wholesome and agreeable to i
.
ATTORNEYATLAW.Office ring of Polycrntcfl, 740 B. C. The. Balm has cured hundreds of cases of: desk the manuscript of the very article places along the Hides of the boat. young

In Brush Block. Bible t"lIsIS tint the Judaean high) liu or 40 years standing! after doctors In question. Written ns It had been When all la ready the omellc give the and old. *

Florida. prlonts wore brcnntplutes with the hot springs and patent medicines had year before. It had passed entirely word to go forward, and each of the

PeLand In ,State and Federal names of the twelve tribes engraved all failed. Most of these cured patients from LIs mind "nnd you may tell ;your crew slips\ over his shoulder a broad .!
Will Practice .
ROYAL BAKINQ POW9CH cc. NEW VORK.
Courts. upon them but notwithstanding this had It taken Is Blood Balm advised as a last for i young Boston lawyer," bo concluded breast strap of sealskin, which la attached ________ ___
resort. especially n
there Is no known Hebrew engraving "tbat he knows my style better, than to a short line made fast to

DR> JOHN MACDIARMID, older than the fifth century chronic deep seated cares.the Impose I know it myself!"-Youth'* Compan the thwarts of the bout. When all I I. prlfne
ible for aoy one to cutTer agoniesor HAMLET'S MALADY.: geometry.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. symptoms of rheumatism or catar Ion ready tho bout Is pulled forward a few I He must sign articles by; which bbinds
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Errl.lnlnel."Here rh while after Blood Balm. lengths and the next bout in order goes
or taking 1 Stodr of the Melanehelr Dane ..< hliMi.eK: to serve In the United
Office over Fisher's drug store. Is another cxnmple of faulty; It makes the blood pure and rich TO RETAIN YOUTH. through tho same form moving on In III Mood States eight Including the
Oillce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, Euglltib.' said the teacher of the class\ thereby giving a healthy blood supply. Its turn.unUI nil the umiaks are strung navy years.
the
at
The Hamlet IH Unit a man time of probation academy, unless
and 7 to 8 p. m.DELAND. 1.1 rhetoric. "In this essay you have Cures arc permanent and not a patchIng Simply refuse to grow old by not out in a long line on tbe grounded Ice tragedy His which

FLORIDA. written 'her sight broke upon n landscape up. Sold at drug stores, 8 1 per; counting your years or anticipating old< ready for their return to land. sf a peculiar Introspective temperament sooner discharged. pay, '
large bottle. Sample of Blood Balm Is culled upon to settle u practical begin at date of adw\\ Blon. I la $50O a
loveliness. How
of entrancing At a signal/ from the head boat all
G. A. DAVIS, sent free and prepaid, also special age.Refrain crisis. Hamlet knew this vury well year
DR) could any one's sight) 'break upon'landscape a from all kind of stimulant move forward chanting weird songs
medical advice 1 by describing yourtrouble himself and that makes the tragedy
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ? and writing Blood Balm Co and sedatives They will shorten your of the goodness and power of the I I deeper. Brutus never doubted when A Pair Opportunity.

-< ELAND, FLORIDA. "She might have dropped her eyes, Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for life.Keep wbale, for one of the superstitions of I'I once his decision was taken that hewax Taste .beluv told that ho had a fair_. _

timidly ventured the young woman; Blood Balm is better than a thousand In the sunlight Nothing beau- these people)> Is that whenever working I the right man to cure the evil of opportunity of taking advantage of avery

Office at residence House., Indiana avenue, who bad written the essay.-Chicago printed testimonials so write at once. tiful or sweet grows or ripens In the on any object to I be used In whaling or I I I Rome; Hamlet doubted from the very bitter enemy replied "I wish not
next to Court Tribune. darkness. doing uiiytlilng connected with whaling
------- --- ----- to plunder him but there are thing
Office Hours: 0 to 12, \\I to 4, and 7 to 8,. DO YOU GET UP Avoid fear In all Its varied forms of they must coimtuntly extol the merits j i beginning. which, I wish to take front hIm-not his "
The. times are out of Joint. O oursod spite
1tS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. expresslou. It Is the greatest enemyof of tills great animal. That ever I was born to set them right honor or his life but bin malice and III\
]n\ WANTEDMen the human race Long before the bouts reach shore will."
WITH A LAME BACK ? ne' wall too fine, too distinguished
of all kinds. tbe entire population left In the village \ Well spokunl A noble taking from
Avoid
SURGEON. and women in this county and excesses They too Intellectual, a character to be the
PHYSICIAN and -men, women children and dogs "his malice nnd ill will!"
territories to representand are Injurious. The long life mint be a rough Instrument which fate demand. an enemy
,
adjoining Kidney Trouble Hakes You Miserable. temperate, regular life. congregate on the bench to welcome How Is that done' Love Is the potent
of analyzlng
cd. He has the fatal malady
establishedhouse
Office on Eat New York Avenue, advertise an old ;) the home comers When the first bout I "Heap coals of lire on his
Cultivate the spirit of contentment.All weapon.
his own motives wblcbrls goner-
of solid\ financial standing. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers -
halt few
FLORIDA. neam Inu.llt H I brought to a n bead." Exchange.
DELAND Is sure to know of the wonderful discontent and dissatisfaction bring I ally destructive of action. If you once -
$21 weekly, to women shore line and Its talisman
Salary to men feet from the
cures made by Dr. age furrows prematurely to the face.'Don't ,. begin asking yourself what will be the
OU. A. 1 S.: MUNSON, fl2 to tl8 weekly with Expenses ad I'' J Kilmer's which Is always eimicj in a little Parent-Ill.
Swamp-Root. be too einbltloua. The canker results and of a definiteact
vanced each Monday bv check directfrom it I the trreat kidney, liver of an overvaultlng eaten pouch In the bow and mil, be a wolf'Bband. you will fludathet at the momentof module cluip that calls ou our

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. headquarters. Horeie and, buggy | and bladder remedy. up the happiness of ninny ahllfe and the head of a raven, Iron pyritesor I action your will Is pnralyxed by excess 5llrtdau 11I,' of Patti." said the

furnished when necessary: portion C .a It Is the great medl- shortened its .)'lIarl.SucCcss.11I.0' any odd thing/ Is lifted out by the of scrupulosity, as Hamlet's was old man In the dining I room.

Oillce, Second Door South of Fisher's' permanent. Address Blew Bros. &, triumph of the nineteenth omollc) and held in bin right hand toward when with :his drawn sword he saw his "Why NO?" ticked hi* wife

Drug Store. Co., Dept A, :Motion llldg., Chicago, 1 [M century; dls- ''' end ......... the shore where stands the chief uncle rll'lug It was a disease of will "1I<> IIUM HO many farewell performances
10 to 12 a. m. 3 to 6 11 D I covered after years of who "
OFFICE HOURS: ; III medicine\ man of the bribe pour In the vestibule. Baltimore
t
Mecca is the only remaining parallelto
| In
J scientific research by from which Hamlet was suffering.
and 7 to 8 m. It
rcCrosb
to
p. I over It a little fresh wuter Herald.
DeLand Florida. .1 xj Dr. Kilmer, the eminent Lassa. The former city still any other times It would not have beenso
It
.-. -- kidney and bladder shrouds Itself In a veil of mystery. and thank It for the benefits given. fatal. In this particular time when
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JOHN REEVEDPHYSICIAN and Is and later Sir Itlelmril Bur.
On. specialist, Burckburdt. he was called upon to do a specific act '
CASTOR I IAFor wonderfully successful In promptly curing ton currying their lives In their hands boat has not been lucky to appease any to avenge his father and kill the you think that the governor" *

lame back, kidney bladder uric acid troubles lived lu this city, the latter mingling Blight/ tliat may lave I been put upon Is but rather remarks were spontaneous, grandma?" ,
It not lie a man
I AND SURGEON, Infants and Children. and Bright' Dlseue,which la the worst unobserved with Its inhabitants and the tnllKiiiun In the hope that It willjlvo usurper- ""'orn. They were positively;
will bo
of the }'ortlnl>ros build, who

I Office In store recently' occupied by The Kind You Have Always Bought form Dr.of Kilmer's kidney trouble.Swamp-Root la not recommended takng part lu religious rites with Its ( After them" reaching bettor luck shore lu a the day future.or possibly the savior of society Observe too cand'Iou*."-Eicha nge.

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West for everything but If you have kidney pilgrims. Both Mecca and Lussa have that like many Intellectual men, be "
New York Ave.DeLand Bears theSlanatureof liver or bladder trouble It will be found many points of Interest In common. two may be ,given for preparation cannot be sure of his own moods. He FOUR COMMITTEEMEN
I the need. It has been tested Each respectively is a point of pllgrluiuge and then the grout feast begins. Each
father
Florida. just remedy you with sees the ghost of his murdered PUT UP J. E. WOLFE.W. .
In so many ways In hospital work. In private for converts to the two great i'ccHsful boat owner beginning but la It ail honest ghost Is It really

DR. II. D. BRACEY practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase religions of the Mouiiinmedanlsm the one whose boat secured the most his father's spirit Hamlet believe lu
) relief and has proved successful wlmlt'B. gives n feast to which he In-
in gOUt toe skin secretions? take e and Buddhism the one ua the birthplace it on the battlements of Eluliiore but M, Holloway was nominated In
every- ase that a special arrangement his rites nil the members of the tribe and
4 special odor which Sydenham com' of Mohammed receiving luu.OUU be disbelieve, It In another 10 1004
DENTIST. been made by which all readers of this paper other people who may be lu tbe entirely "irlmary election on May by
pares to that of whey. In Jaundice who have not already tried It, may have a pilgrims annually, lloth contain wun- any' rimt wind break of unitnks. mood when despite the evidences of the votes of :2!(o. .Democrats\ ,

Office second story McLaurlne Block. the odor Is that of musk; In oppllatlon. sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book derful temples, unit both, behind their village a act his senses he talks of "tba bourn from ,1 Emmet Wolfe was nominated by
sails{ or nklim Is built to as a
DeLati Florida. of vinegar; of sour beer In scrofula. oC telling more about Swamp-Root and how to closed gates have also been centers of the blasts of the which no traveler returns." The traveler the votes of four regular members of
shelter against chilly
warm bread tn Intermittent fever. In find out If you have kidney bladder trouble. Indescribable filth squalor nod vice. who had returned is I dismissed apparently October
winds. It It) plnced lu tbe form the Executive committee on
yOLUSlA COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, i diabetes, when there Is perspiration, When writing mention reading this generous poliir as a fantasy of his brain. And
offer In this and Thai "1:...llah Auocnt.. of a large' circle If enough material can let
the omc-ll Is of bay or. rather of acetone paper these supernatural visiting In such an
of the Democratic
In the center of wblch a Which Is the nominee
be secured.
lend address to uucuiiHcIous sutlro writes
There was ,
but according to Bouchardat your and Introspective mind do not
; analytic
B. Wilson Bert Fish, |' T" wall' hide Is placed on the ground, party. ?
S midway between aldehyde and acetone Or.Kllrner&Co.BlngUmlon. ". Sir Archibald Uelkle In his Kcmlnls- us a* a matter of fact, supply him with
N. Y. The and to Its four corners are tied long TUB: MILK W THE COCOANUT.Did .
Manager. Actuary. cence. in the answer given by a
action.
being due to mixture In varlabl the motive for hIs subsequent .'
regular fifty cent and BoMocamopaooiJoTlar which are punned over tripods
housemaid to her mistress, who wall ropes "analY7.c"-dlvlde Inn
proportlunr of these two bodies. The ghost cnn make him put on an an- you ever
slue are sold bv all rood druggist.
Abstractors of Titles. about twcuty-tive feet from the
puzzled to conjecture bow fur the girl placed tie disposition play with such creatures to component parts-the action of

10(1( W. Indiana Ave.. DeLaod Fla. --Some-animal-* baw--tiolidertdl'pbw--- could be intelligible In London whence skin. The ends of the ropes are thou as Itosencranti and Oulldenstern the celebrated Democratic (?) Executive
.. muilo fast with stout
uud
drawn Unlit
she bad returned to Scotland "You Jacksonville\
deride the senile humoring of Polo- Committee, at ,
hi
ALFRED HOWARD, er* of Imitation. Dog brought known up speak such broad Scots! Kate that 1 entices driven\ Into the ground thusraising Dins and lesion the torrent of his words some time since?
have been
the company of cats the xkln about four feet. Tbe
wonder how they could understand. you
tho
the against his mother. But wbat Let's nee what It develops:
the trick of licking
to acquire kin tlnm become u platform some
SURVEYOR GREAT and then washing the face. When in Lon on. ghost cannot do Is to make him kill his 1. There are fifty-seven member
paws "Ob but, uiam I aye apuk Iliigllxh: eight or ten feet square which nerves last if all are
bet uncle. lie murder him at more composing this astute body,
sit for
to
has been taught
AMIL a cut ) up as n sort of movable stage ou which
DeLand, Florida. food her kittens have been known to there. or less accidentally; because his mother present
"Did you f And how did you manage the young woolen lluce was poisoned and Laertes and play. 2 Fifteen of this number constitute -
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF MEDICINEThedford'a imitate her action. Darwin tells of i a The feast usually begins at the time
CITY that?" curiously
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boat -
ed foul In the fencing a quorum.
1 that lu the habit of putting
cut was
when the roaches a due westeru
., sun
Tio
"Ob, there's iiaethlu' i uler.
uiam destructive of strong practical 3. There were twenty one present
bur Into the mouth of a narrow ;
paw about 0 o'clock In the afternoon,
E. H. HAYWARD milk time she got the maun spit oot a' the r's and gle tu' point volition 1 Ia an Intellectual malady; wheu In pel ion or by proxy at the meeting
r pitcher every for the eighty. days of summer
during ;
words a bit chow In the middle It ha morbid-the tendency; toward spoken of above.
grown
comes chance and then licking the cream ofl '
Block-Draught the sets, and
of the Fare Insurance ut Utkeavlc sun never done was to
leading
metaphysical
Agency Introspection elf analysis 4. The first thing)
nearer the entire syitem Her kittens learned the
Company of America-The Aetna. and keeping regulating the body in health than her paw. soon The Polite Porter being without timepieces, the Eskimos speculation.-W. L. Court abrogate a rule in force In' the old
same trick. the Northern murk their time by the position of the thin '
City property Specialty. any other medicine made. It is There Is n large town ou nay In National Review. committee and reaffirmed by .4
No 803 Boulevard DeLAnd Fla. always ready in to Counties railway which. it Is salt, sun wbllo It I Is visible and by the moon one at Its first meeting in referenceto
any emergency HI* Co.. ol..c..
.---- treat ailments that are frequent in boasts Itself as possessing the most po- and stars when the lUll has gone for proxies. i
the Infamoui
bo ,
iuch as indigestionbiIJiouenee. Fierce as was lite porters ou the system. Everything the long arctic night. These feastsBOIII..Ul1IeS A BUDGET OF MAXIMS. 5. Then the Holloway case wa ,

., colds, diarrhcea, and Cblef ,justice Jeffrey did not alwayi 1* relative. Recently a lady having secured last twenty-four hour taken up, and disposed of an the
stomach aches.Thedford's escape the sting. of a repartee. lit a porter at this station told him Rather than say nothing men are "caucus'' decided on, only Mr. Sheat. ,I
FERRYL BlockyDraught is the went to a country assize once where content to speak 111 ot theowelve was "hoodooed."
44 after bar small luggage bad been removed '
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standard, never-failing remedy for an old Wan with a great beard came He Smoked.A be loaerno. !"
from tho carriage toNgct tho A proud man can never a 6. Wolfe was "nominated f
stomach bowel, liver and kidney to give evidence, I but had, not the good very pretty girl with a well de- not even when be renounce his who were
from tile 7. Of the twenty-one
rest of It
van.
troubles. It is for the dome. her about
a curo fortune to plense the judge so be flnnd air of knowing way pride.It only fourteen voted for him .
tio ills which 10 frequently summon quarreled with Ills beard and said "U lie returned presently empty handed.with tripped Into a day coach of a train present other refraining ;
M I:* the doctor. It i...good for children the observation: "Beg pardon i* much I*** for a man' honor to -less than a quorum-the' .' .
SEEDS at Philadelphia
conscience 1* a* large a* ;your bound for Washington k
from voting.
as it it for grown person. A dose of ;your ma'am but ye're a liar. There's nave distrust hi* frtendd than to be deceivedby
window
NLLDa beard you'll swear anything. The old Tuesday afternoon Every that voted ten <,
1 this medicine every day will lOOn ; o't in the van." ; them. R. Of the fourteen ,
Zsper\eDee. Ia.. e.t.blt.h.d It aaa the most obstinate ease of dyspepsia blade was nettled and briskly; returned. sent wile occupied. The girl walked held proxle-i, leaving only four regular > 4
core Ilk
.. similar official would Few have the wisdom to
....... Bold byeU _I. You In the south a with people >
.....-Uaq ........ ie.a ..... or constipation and when "My lord. If you so about measuring have said "If If* In the world I'll feet half wny down the car and reproof that would d. them good better members of the Committee actIng .

_w..t po.'pa14 ... to au .po directed brings quick relief. conscience by beard your lordship It for "-London Spectator.WU.I obvious disappointment took the best than praises that do them hart on this Important matter. .
PAXTIIXI.lu.,Dee a.vat. bas none." ye. toot that offered. 'A large superheated 0 Query-Doesn't this look like a
D. M..RY. MDa TtMdfoni'i BI.ok-Dmnl. .. Ku be.u oarfemay looking man already occupied half oft It to with true love a* with ghosts case of the tall wagging the dog?
D.TIIOI1' .
doctor for fl.. r-*r- and w.wantno Wbr is itt SrmpXhr.lie lie held" his breuth long enough to and apparition. a thing that everybody kind of Democracy)
this the
other. f.el 10. Is
Wton ot Ixmir wetek U
w How
mar You darling.
are crying hath
new ....1.. "Did notice" said an observant she talk of and scare anybody teen. lives
a and a" all right la ;you ever make room for tho girl, and squeeed the men of Florida risked their
decor. We a bet Bpttnt' nose )ia./emu arilltt young man, "that men a* a this? She-Because my friend. Frail In. Thou he settled himself again The moat disinterested love ii, after fur In 1870, when they placed Drew In

We promptly obtain U.B. and ForeignPATENTS wltb nlw41)re.eblb: :::J:EADSR.Ask : rule ran down the bowls oftflolr sboei Moller, hal been presented by her bus-, and appeared to swell out In every di all. but a kind ot bargain In which.tile the executive chair?-From Florida. .

your dealer for a pa kmM of on the,outside l while womw:.nu them band with a valuable set of diamond rection. Tho girt cast louglng glances dear love of oar own selves always Index,.Friday, Oct. 21! 100..

f 1'bedIonl'' Blaoll.I>raalh' and U be down on the Insider' He>was asked to that must have cost 1.500 marks nt at tbe window but tbe man' huge propose to be the crnlnar MOM way or
end lea to Tlie Chatta- the least lie And that 1 lit what
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very
explain the reason, but suM be-had no bulk and open newspaper, cut! off her other.-RochetoueaolcL
coon Be Co.CRiMtanoogm: ,Tana make you weep? She-Well. yes. I Judge Parker 1* said to tell''ae'ii ,dot
and A paokac* will be maued to yo... reason, a* ho only; mentioned- item beIng view. The girl (lilgeted. The man the tale of ;a young man,
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will now have to spend favorite story
1 1fre.repott am sorry you ..
C.a./
Naval
with moelw opexpla'nation and Full
singular/ no spread himself inure more mimed Dnbooe who In yley'rited
Send model,ikMah or photo ot Invention ice such a 'lot of money when you can ..r three-gnnrtere of till seat be Oiled to To enter the Naval academy An- In SAvnnoah. to take a drive' '
hi sweetheart
oc rmt.Nll Ian iW. book" 111 afford It.-Berlin Journal.All overflowing. 'n,,, girl set her teeth. napolll a boy moat bbe between ftttoeu with him.*' The voting lady had *,. vary, .

K .aa RAOE ARKS 1 | H.adlnR Them Oaf. With ....... Thirty luilci spun by. The girl could and twenty year of ag.. physically fetching lisp. When they had reached -
.lire. |Ylllodonl-Why do you want to lip In Ru- endure It no longer. She turned her Boun4i'well termed sad ef robust con *. rather lonesome bit of road the" "!*,
old time
hnd
. I! call on'!' the ItAreins: tonight Mr. Villa "You n high face to Mm. stitution. H* i will be examined, In jronno; miui announced 'This-: ill.'

to. GASNQWiOPP05ITC doin-Drcanse: If we don't they're certain ..,pe1", "Kxouse me" she said distinctly! reading, wetting spelling, arithmetic where 'yon' have to pay toll. The toll )

0 to come over hero. It will be ear, "Yes" replied the rctnrnel tourist; "lint\ don't ever smoke?" geography; English" grammar V ited Is either A kisn ot a .gnsele.w u 1 had. X was done up at Monte Carlo, you Both! eXC lbiaed""""" con.. ; r ,+
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r.fTtCtWASHINGTON.O..C I ler to go h. w" puuu' wwrotlredea, Two mlnuttm: later the"whole seat State history', history of the world *4gebra ; (
U 5 rATCH' beld up In the Apennines and laid up In : h-se... I '.
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I them than to ask them,to,go Lou Rome.? :wax, her--..Washingtou- Port 1. .through' quadratic equation* and -' tj ,.syl'r:; ;, ''rld

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VOLCSIA COUNTY RECORD "No one takes! the BRYAN TO nEMOCBATS. ALL OVER THE COUNTY Orange <.;Iiy. :: :: .......... :: ..... e:: "' =:-e-: ; r oo

.I campaign seriously" said Senator Hon. W. J. Bryan, on the front HiHi HiHi

Scott of West Virginia as he page of the Commoner, in bold TEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Mr Laws new warehouse. is ,nearly WATTS & MILLER

: v Entered In the Po 'x>IHn. at DeLand. Fla' ". jumped on a train for that Stateto type gives the following; timely THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS finished. HiHi
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Mrs I Dunlap moved into her new
..aeoonil olaaa matter. HiW
try and put a damper on the advice to all Democrats of the COlmE81'ON UEN'l'8. house on Saturday. '

; : '_. enthusiasm created by Candidate country : -- The Orange City Hotel has had Hi:: HARDWARE FIMITDRE.UNDERTAKING
: B. E. PREVATT .dltor *; Proprietor
1 Davia. "Every man is responsible for Pierson. several guests this week. Hity
., Mr Contts of Perth Amboy N J, i Is tilit .
his influence, be small or great. brothers shipping expected to arrive at this place on Frl
Harper aro busy
: If the Russian naval officers
t DBMOQ ATIQ TIQKBT.NATIONAL. ( Every democrat who votes for grapefruit egg plants encumbers day.Mr \J;) t till
b'I'' were so scared that they wildly; bonus, etc, to triurket. BenJ Perlev, nephew of E F Per.
Parker Votes to defeat Roosevelt.
'!,'. ley of Pecatonica III, arrived on Satorday. LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF \Hi i
shot at innocent fishermen before Mrs W P Johnson returned to Homeland .. HARDWARE FURNI-
United States Senator. Every democrat who does not! Saturday, after a pleasant visit iffi A niture and Everything for your home. the BARt and Latent in HiHi i
J All KB P. TALIAFEKBJ. they passed the British vote for Parker contribues toward here with her parents. I I Capt Graven and Mr and Mrs Finney the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for tho
1 Member Uuiigrena.2nd District. Channel, what will they be their Miss Cary Powell who resides at Se- will be Eau Claire people arriving this \i h> fine class of Goods we carry. |Oar Furniture Department is three
r FRANK! CLAItK. the election of Roosevelt. ville, spent a week here visiting her par week.A v/ doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in Hi
condition when
}l'r I'raaldeiiUal Electors.H. they approach On every question upon which ents Mr and Mrs W H Powellreturning piano tuner was in town on Tuesday Umeat.' lines we will take pleasure In showing yon through( either depart HiHi
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: P. UAlt.KY, within. firing: distance of the is home Monday. tuning the instruments of our We have the goods yon need and will satisfy yon or your
Parker's back.
J. K. tJUAUY Japanese. They will probably Judge position open Two of Barbervllle's popular representative citizens i'i' money

T.A. A.B. JKNNINO8 NEWTON,, all have died of heart desease. to criticism, President noosevelt's citizens Mess S E Lemon and Capt end Mrs Thorpe were here on ill Careful Attention given all Mail Orders.ti
F. B. Hl'ONKMAN.8TATB. is where Jake Minshew invaded onr little city Wednesday. They were formerly residents -
position worse ; ,! HiHi t!
i Saturday:! afternoon. ot this tovn.Benl.Thursby". UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT
:I: Section 8 of article 12 is an they differ, as they do on many Major, Jonn Wilder,a bantling commercial : engaged In painting W. I

Fur' Uovrruor.V amendment to the State Constitution important questions, Parker is traveler and several other Miss Dickinson's new cottage on'thi Mr. J. .A. Stith, graduate HiHi.
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JAPOLEON B. BROWARP.I knights of the grip were here inteview- corner of Volnsls and Lemon Aves. of one of the nest Embalming ". _'- ? ;a
Secretary of Htate.H. to be voted for at the right and Roosevelt is wrong. lug our merchants Monday. Mr M O Wheldon and men are engaged i iii*> Schools of the country, is in 7

.' .CLAY CttAWFOHD.' election next Tuesday. This "Roosevelt favors a high tariff; That general favorite with the lads, in putting on the finishing \.i. charge of this department and i Hi j
will and careful _
give
A amendment favors tari ff reform. Roosevelt Reynolds Farrull, through an awkward touches at Mr Freeman's new cottage. prompt
permits Parker
WILLIAM U. ELLIS.Comptroller. proposed a Htep b&rckward, fell from the school The Verneys from Maine Hi' attention to every detail of tbip HiHJ'
have rented
levy of 7 mill for school purposes. favors a standing army of house porch Wednesday, badly spraining rooms in Miss Maguey's flat. Mr Varney i.i. work. :

A. U. I'KOOM. The in ill age now is 5. All parents 00KK( at the minimum ; Parker his right arm and wrist. is looking around for a place to locate. Hi. Funeral Supplies Hi
Pleraon excellent school teacherMlss
I State Treasurer.WILLIAM and guardians should vote favors reduction of the The orange crop here this year I I. HiHi
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I army. Bessie Furen and Miss Mary Pierson \\j
V. KNOTT.Superintendent quite large' Quite a number of orange!; Always In Stock.
t \\1 Public Instruction. for this amendment. You can "Roosevelt has brought the two of Pierson's fairest young ladles, buyers and solicitors) have been here \1 ..
visited relatives and friends in Barber-

K i :' i W. M. HOLLOWAY.Uoiumlsaloner not increase a tax for a better race issue into national politics ; ville Saturday and Sunday. this We week.had ,.,..,.................._._.......,..,.,..,....,._.,..,,'._._......._.,J.....,..,.,..,.,..,._.,..,."., .
r; of Agriculture. purpose. It is directly for the Parker would remove the race issue That charter memberru1lgmlGuard!\ Wednesday quite which a made brisk our shower landlord'sheart on
B. E. MCLIN.Railruud .
Commissioner. benefit of your children, and all)) from politics. Peter C. Brad-haw of West Plerson, rejoice, as his fine vegetable gar
took a business and pleasure( outing to
don the
I JOHN L.; MOttGAN. property is assessed for the pur- "Roosevelt stands for a colonial Crescent City (Saturday returning home need!!' rain.

\1\\ Justice Supreme Court-Six Years. pose. It is one of the most important policy ; Parker favors independence Monday with bright countenance. for:l\lAj thin; Kittgman place, on the nulls, 13th from: also New Mr York John
K. FENWICK TAYLUB. ,and ( )
Pierson Charlie
Eugene Smith.
I, "., Justice Supreme Court. one that will do the'I of the Filipinos and opossum hunters, were blowing their Duiilap Waldo and on. the Mrs same Waldo boat and tbe Misses Ii

ROBERT/) 'S COCKEREI.I. greatest good,. to be voted on would make the promise now. horns Saturday night. They caught/ one Mr Young took advantage of the ex
IHOMAB BHAUKLUFUHD: of the biggest of its kind ever seen here.
J. B. WHITFIKLU..COUNTY. next Tuesday. So make a cross "Roosevelt took into the white They also captured a large moccasin. ruroion on Sunday to make a trip to

before the word Yes under the house a spirit of war ; Judge Parker : Deputy Sheriff J G Cade the champion Titusvllle As noon as and the returned busy season Monday\ night he STOVZS and RANGES
Circuit! Court Judue.' head of section 8 article 12. orange grove worker of West opens
would substitute for it a spirit will go there to engage in the livery
MINOR p. JONES. PietHon, was engaged last week plow- busipe ss.There. De ur.a ttian 9ttt9 moos wccy day dtey
State A Attorney.; of peace. ing and laying by Surveyor Drudy'a are...*.t. They also lighten the hoaie
.. JOHN C. JONKSIRepresentatives : In voting on the Constitutional "Four years more of Roosevelt splendid Emporia orchards, groves, etc council, room was an on entertainment Thursday night In INS the ...'.bbois: and keep the home cheerful.

/ amendments next week be sure J II Tatum of Bar'berville, R J Bishopof week. ,It consisted of ice cream vocal
would make economic and indus-
(CII.VS. L bMlTII. cross Elilridge., !; D F Morrison of Turpentine and instrumental innate and f
to make before the word
a City, J .1 Bishop of Bakersburgand grarbo- --
T. BPAUKMAN. trial reform more difficult. Judge I phone and for all that we -
, No of article XXVI. This I B B Minshew! of this place, a
County Judge pro- spent was dancing. It wan rotten by Miss
Parker's election would clear the portion of last week in Jacksonville, tip IT'S THZ WOMAN WHO SUFFERS
J. U MtCHOUY.: posed amendment to the Constitution Massey and was well attended. Mr
'. ', Clerk of Circuit Court way for economic issues. Let viewing the sights of tho carnival Hoi.ilmn, who was here last week gave most brcanM of a poor atom, with hawork

SAM'L: 1). JORDAN. was analyzed by The no democrat, by voting against Mr Frank Carlile of West Pierson is a vocal solo at the entertainment making ana worry producing t .
Sheriff Record a few weeks show Just recovering from two severe wire --- Mccla. man soften only in
JOHN- U. TURNER.Tax ago Parker or by refusing to vote, cuts on the face and arm, caused by his Glenwooa. purse, bThe woman's health-and
.' Collector ing what a hardship it would take himself responsibility horse running into a high close wire bapptnm an ruined. Love thrive
I upon while indulging in a hot fox chase
work to the people of the State la comfort.
I). PERKINS
SMITH. for four years more of Rooseveltism. Wednesday ,night; with a party of Our R R Agent!' S Jackson.has moved
Tax Assessor should it become a part of the ." friends) into the Dr Stipler house. F_ <.. .l..ahq m.a Ned. w.asa
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B.: R. WILSON Constitution. Its intent is to In appreciation of the good Welcome visitors from DeLeon: Miss Some have commenced to ship a few taw a toil aunt yin........a ara..m.JEWEL by ye.i.Y .
County Treasurer ( and this
Edna VVillicorahe the efficient teacher oranges grapefruit from section
J. J. VINZANT. reorganize the Judiciary of the work that Sir. Bryan has done there and former teacher of the school Mr J B Conrad returned home this

County Superintendent State, taking away all jurisdiction and is doing Judge Parker the here accompanied' by her most excellent week after being away some time on STOVE '
BERT FISH. mother. Miss Edna is a splendid, faithful business
CouDtySurveor from Justices of the Peace other day sent him this message : and experienced instructor of children Mrs. J B Conrad Is visiting friendsIn A Pleaaa cafl aad at* them, and oonault

i l THOS. F. DRUDY. and county courts. Does not I wish to thank you for the and deservedly merit( the standard Chicago, and is expected home sometime
she has attained as one of the finest educators this month.
Count: Commissioner matter where you live in the spendid service you have rendered in our schools. Nice rain to freshen up the gardens WATTS & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA

1 District District No No FRANK 1-R. U. BOOKS.E. BOND.: county if you wanted to institutea the Democratic party in In- Honest :Sills Piersnn and his good wife The celery company is preparing to

i. Dlatnot Mo 8-W. H. MUUKIOK. suit, for however small a sum, diana and elsewhere during the give one of the most thoroughly enjoyable plan.Several lettuce of and the! celery citizens for early market :,4**)*1M 1fIIIJt- *i JIoHIIo! tee$ District No 4-THO8. L. I-OUUERS Methodist socials Friday; night last are getting
District No 5-TH'Jd. J. MURRAY you would be compelled to go to present campaign. to a large assembly of good people. An ready for their friends from the Northto
r Members School Board the county seat to start the suit elegant supper, consisting of pork and come and spend the wluter with WILLIAM: KOaLMQN, i
f f', Under the same date :Mr. beans, chicken, pies, ice cream, fancy them.
District JOHN L. CHANDLER;
1 District No 2-L. K. CAU8KY.Dlatrlct before the Circuit Court. Bryan gracefully replied as follows cakes, nuts, raisins, eta. The handsome Mrs Bredow, Sr, Is still very low, and I Dealer in New and Second Hand 'Furniture 1
has been since 10th. :t
No 8-JE. F..KNAPl'E. treasurer Mrs J A Harper, reports a Sept She has the ,
L No true democrat should vote : goodly( sum for the church improvementfund. sincere sympathy of all her neighbors .
__ I appreciate the generous expressions and friends.Ba DeLand and Orange City, Fla. S. ?
for J. Emmet Wolfe the
Inde- - If Theodore Good neighbors and friends, hold ili'a
Roosevelt your /
were on pendent candidate for State Superintendent contained in your tele tongues when are about to tattle or Enstis to work this winter instead of We have stocked both our stores, DeLand and rtt Orange:: City, with |
the stump what a jolly campaign gram. I am paying an instal speak harshly or you use an evil, improperword !going back to Illinois as he bad expected new and extensive line of beautiful furniture, which we are olYciinir :i,:
t of Schools. lie was to when he came. home} rock bottom prices-In fact our prices are 11,it duplicated In the vs
this would be. against neighbor. Always
put on the ticket by four State ment on the debt I owe the old l to truth, for your I it will nerve you better E M Weeks accepted a position at You have had good bargains at our Stores, but better ones :it.
l American people by endeavoring even if it burns and tries tem Manatee on R R. as agent, and went ''a you. .!;tAU
It does seem that Tom Watson committeemen, who held proxies Never cast aside your your friends last week to commence work. His kinds of Second hand household goods bought and sold. Sce ,

r is in the race to help Roosevelt.t sufficient to carry their plot to secure for them the reforms per.through any inattention or let one push family will remain in Glenwood for a our goods and get prices before buying elswhere. ,'
which your administration another away Always hold aloof from while it least. N: M"'" iIIHIIIM--- Joi : -.u.j4; HL"""
talks that through. Wolfe is a lawyer and So we are getting some of the vacant 6-w
t way.Dougherty's will petty jealousy or heedless slight! to for- ___ __ J .
politician, knows nothing about bring. mer friends; you may have often tried. houses filled up and there are still more
Here then disappears the last to fill and rents are much cheaper than $ 0m'
open letter to the the schools of the State, and at Tbe snbdlitrlct school at this place is In larger places and the air and sunshine -

Independent candidate J. E. the May primary was overwhel- vestige of factionalism. between.. In prosperous condition under the splendid juHh as bright and pure; so come Il
Wolfe corker. me so-caueu gold ana-" silver faithful, systematic managementof on and nil np every vacant room. HI Never Before f
was' a mingly defeated for a cou'ntyoffice Mis Bessie Furen. The people in Anyone wanting to earn good wages
L by the democrats" of his wings of the party. The leadersare !general are proud to see tbe school so with but little work could do so by HIt I1

:: There is increased confidence joined in an earnest and well patronized and steadily moving on- watching and having the parties arrested (t t\ Have we carried a more' t\
f' own county, Escambia. lie is a wArd. Miss Furen is giving the utmost that are stealing frnlt and other 9f
that it will be President Parker confessed libeler while! Hollo- patriotic effort to restore the satisfaction and is efficient and atten- things in this neighborhood. Some have /f> Complete Stock of >
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and Vice-President Davis after government to safety and sanity. live to her duties. The following roll offered a very liberal reward for the arrest ((0
way, the regular primary nomi- of honor I is for good behavior: Maggie! of any one caught in the act, no
1 t March 4,1005.General nee, is'only charged with libel, MatliesForbesMilIlonlollnrCases-*- Mittie. Frankie Lena and Edna Pier- difference what color they are. |!i &% FURNITURE e!

son, Rudolph Arvld and Hiliua Peterson --- !tl
and couldn't get his trial to come Up Again. ,Addle Dartis. Eva,Annie and Frank
; Miles and Admiral Osteen.Mrs /
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jM Everything for your home-the latest in tftyle-the best
off Minshew, Robert and Florence Bennett,
Schley are supporting Judge before election. If it ever Alexander St. Clair Abrams, attor- Mary and Aaron Hall Bessie Ashley, jli that is made. We want to take yon through this dcpart'f irl

Parker. Would either of them comes to trial he will be acquitted. ney for Mrs. Lena B. Mathea and Dr. Reynolds and Enla Farrell, Axel Hair- Carlile returned from DeLand at ment of our that Store You wiU finil the goody you want and /Il. .
Tuesday prices
He Is simply being John F. Forbes in their suits against/ strom, Isaac and Annie Powell Robert jT\| (

r support a demagogue; ? cuted by Barrs, Sheats perse-and Mr. John B. Stetson and wife, have applied and Woodward Jennie,Jones John, Charlie Bradshaw Smith, ,Stella Janie trip Dixie to Fort Summerlin Pierce Friday made a business (W CAN'T BE DUPLICATED (t tt !

tJ The Republicans are so anxious others, who want the job for the to Judge Locke and obtained extension Horne Lorine, Sam and Levi Jerkins, Rev E A Gray and wife of) Georgiaare (t ..." ......" ,.." ..,.,.. ;
here for month's visit with rela-
of time to December 1 In which Eugene Pierson. Carl Gunter. a t' ,
to enact a ship subsidy bill fensacola confessed libeler. to join l issue or demurrer to the pleas tives. Undertakers and Embalmers ry ryn
Result of last week's examination at Harry Suinruerlin and wife of St Lu- t t
that they cannot keep it out oft filed Mr. and Mrs.
Could not McNamee have had by Stetson. These 3arberville school, showing percent students cie visited friends here several day last 't\ \.
their campaign literature. pleas are voluminous and present many obtained Nellie Furen, teacher: week. Full Line of Fine Goods '
Sparkman arrested for
charging questions of law, consisting of the Eighth Grade-Maxie Long, arithmetic Messrs J B Conrad S B Wilson andD it'

;; Ranchmen in the West say him with certain things while a pleas of "not guilty," "truth in justification 100; spelling! 00; grammar W. Delta B Paxton of DeLand spent the first of jt't Always on hand. q t
.n member of ," Ward arithmetic, 03; spelling, 08; the week at Osteen. .
Legislature? Could "privileges, "self-defense, ,
that cattle
too (
; are cheap to kill. 100. Hon Joe Whitner.-DrNeal Seth Woodruff -
f After they get through the hands not Barre, under the sting of defeat fair comment and criticism on the' grammar Sixth and Seventh Grades-Roy Mor- and several otber Orange county t J. F. ALLEN & CO. mIll t
of cattlemen!
management a public institution are spending this week
on a
have had Clark ison, arithmetic 100 88
of the; beef trust arrested for ; spelling ; grammar Illr.rr
too hunt
they are and others. It Is to be hoped that the 80. Pierce Green arithmetic, 85; camp near h.re.

". dear to eat., having charged: with pretending case> may soon come to trial. We will spelling, 88: : grammar 03. Perry Ward Mind Capt Lottie Philip Mr Leonardy and Mrs and daughter!' ,e:: r e-:'------'L c ar ar:ar- : : ;*.
A T Pattillo.GD !
to be the people's friend and arithmetic, 100. Htella Morrison, arith
the
: keep: our readers posted as to the progress Monroe and W Z Hay mans spent last
Every 'democrat' of Volusia "daddy" of the'primary''' system of the case. motto, 85; spelling 100( : grammar 00] week la Jacksonville taking In the car ieeee istieiritieieesiieaaej seeefeseieieesjj
Ruby Niblack.urith, 70; spell/ 08: ; grammar
.; should vote next Tuesday and and at the same time having entered Mr. W. l'owell 9IJ Addle Davis, arith 00; apell. nival. .

:; vote the ticket straight, as the into a conspiracy with a W. Powell Hale, who delivers one ofhis 84.74. Francis McBride, arith, 02tj; spell.. -DeLeon.A -. TEE.-W.!! BOND co W '

} democrats of Florida named in railroad corporation to sell a humorous lectures at the High Fourth and Fifth Grades Charlie 'w a

the primaries. franchise of the city of Jackson School Auditorium on Tuesday eve Blackwelder. arith 08; spell, 80) Mabel letter from Washington announces -
ning, Nov. 15th, will certainly entertain Morrison, arith, 79; spelling, OB Jessie the; marriage of Mr. Geo :L. Chandler! T Manufacturers of ::
t ville for a consideration of 25 per Morrison, arith, 85; spelling 96. Fred formerly' n resident of this plnceto Miss 5' 5.

,, President Roosevelt says he is cent? Could not Davis have had yon mall, and admission.T. give .you the worth of the Ward' arltb 73; pell, 65. Geo Craw- Susie Alward. The letter says: ; Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates, Peach

confident that he will be elected. Broward arrested for the W. Jordan Dean ford, arith. 00; spelling 76. ''The ceremony took place at the First
of the
publication Universityof 5 Crates and Peach Baskets Strawberry
Roll of Honor Clyde Lemon, Maxie Baptist. church, the bride and groom be- Orange :
t: He might,as well get all ,the joy of his illustrious (?) land Tennessee, says of Mr. Bale's Long Della Ward, Floyd and Raleigh InK preceded to the altar by four attendIng -

\ :$ he can out of the confidence, be which lectures: Blackwelder, Frank Beers Lester Mor- ushers, and at the conclusion ot the 5 Baskets, etc. ;
accused
.. map virtually "It has been rison Pearl and Joe Niblack. .. ,..
E-* fore next my privilege to hear Mr. ceremony a reception was held in the II' ,.;
Tuesday. Davis of ,wanting to steal the Hale recite on several occasions and I ecture-room of the church The wedding S Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Any-

Everglades; and give to the railroads am glad to say that it was always with Lake Helen. was witnessed by a large assemblyof
Anyone inclined to doubt the friends The bride wax very prettilyand where.
; also, that noted autobiog- pleasure to his auditor. and credit to becomingly attired in white satin s :
actuallity of Democratic harmony himself; his recitations are humorous Dr Webster has -bought a lot In Lake and carried bridal rose and maiden-hair
) raphy accusing Davis of leaving Helen and will put up a cottage soon. T Address W.
should and fern.. The is
note the hearty instructive and very true to groom employed In the'U. -
Congress; with a salary of $5,000per nature." Miss Westlake has been spending a 8. Treasury where holds a very prom- ; THE E. W. BOND.. CO.
support 'given Parker by both annum to be Governor of -- few days In Jacksonville, taking in theCarnavah (sing position, and where, during leis '" WW :=

y;- ,f' Bryan and Cleveland. Florida at a 'salary of $3,500 per Death of Sam'l C. Q.e.r el rman. Mr Ponder has bought the Fred McMillan hort ions fond.service made Has many vecelved warm several friends.promo- Lake Helen, FU.. W .,..
The remains of Samuel C. Quarter. place north of town and will Is WFFFEFFEFEFEEFFFFEiEEEEFEFFEFFEFFEFFEFiii
Those Russian val officers annum, thus by inference making man, who died In tbla city Saturday move iu soon. .
Mrs VanZandt' sister Mrs Forecloseing Sale. .,l 9 Ha
the Vandine
,i who shot innocent fishermen Executive office a job a night
were sent to Palatka, Fla., who came South with them for the i -------- ----- --- .

,?, have proved that they are alp trick, a dirty, ,vile, I iniquitious yesterday morning at 9.83 over the benefit of the sea voyage, returned to i rmnnd! Bnl'dingtLoan\ : Amiooiatlon.'a,

together too. easily scared to be scheme to make money? I ask Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. The her home in New York City. on Satnr.d' I t'OTioriillon., ComplainantArthur } BOND LUMBER .COMPANY.' :

in the funeral was held there ;yesterday afternoon K Baldwin and 1'earl L.Daidw4n'\
trusted.with. fi re-arms.. name of common sense Our school has now enrolled forty Defendnn'e. Jr.
and justice did not of the at 8 o'clock. The Interment was pupils, and Miss Chisholm Is wondering and -, I Wilt. quota you prices and supply you from their yards near the depot' at.DeLa..
any In the family; lot Clark & Burns, where all these children come from Under by virtue of a decree ot fore. I with the best cypress and yellow pine '
The New York He id's forecast above clomire and ale rendenil In the Circuit! I .
sr charges far excel in _
magnitude funeral directors prepared the remain. She certainly baa her hands full Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
/ of next'Tuesday's election ; and personal injury'and for .hlpment.-Jaclrsonvllle Times- manngelng so many. r'lorhl". .. In and lor Volnala! 0, untjr. In Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, Turnings
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Union I Mr and Mr. Era tua Hopkins reached Chancery,' in a cause therein pemllnvwherein .
4 gives Roosevelt,a majority of 18 chagrin, the charge of Hollo- home Saturday night, after along summer Urniond Building* Iran Aaaoolatlon. SHINGLES LATH ETC
: Mr. Qnarterraan, about s year past .. a corporation, u amphdnsnt at d ,
electoral
in the But
'college. itis
way' "white'school auditorium married Mrs. F. E. spent In the North.. They were accompanied I
Norrls of Highland Arthur K. Bildwln and Pearl L. Baldwin ill Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere in th -
It see'ms that Pak this county. home by Mrs Hopkins'sister, are defendants. I will sell at ..
limply a gU 8S ? ,All the above.,charges ; i iiuMIn mi tor r
who will spend the winter here. ,
-- n the highest and 1 beat bidder for caab at .
the' chances are. decidedly in were made public before Jthe; primary Miss Gertrude Weatlake of Lake : Dr and Mrs Babcock have come down ibo reiiliieiioe, uf the ..l.feD'linfann lots I4A i Pipe' fittingn i : eroo1ing Guttering ,

.Pwrkerfs'' .favor, and, rill' the national election of May 10;ahd yet Helen is a charming visitor to tbe city i from Wlsconson to spend the winter end lilA. ;In I'rnjinil., Voluala Coast_,. ; ; ,
;y ; ; Florid> | im Monilur December 5ih A. D. and '
at the home of Mrs. Cromwell Gibbons here, and look after their pecan and M. T. ECCLES ,'sp utingr: Pump:,'
Dot being the Ural nda" In Mid
r committee is correct in its notwithstanding ,all. this, the flea Weatlake U a cultured and higher orange groves The Dr will have a good all/ tb* '..Unwin, decor bed personal month pro- repairedwells and. tanks mad*

estimate from the,, doubtful Democracy,.in iu wisdom,nominated educated young woman, aud posses- many boxes of oranges this ;year.. pertvto-wtli I ', to 'order.
sec marked musical talent She baa The boys gave a Halloween dance at All of the renejitlon rimm. living room bull << Repairing' of all
:StatesParker"\ and Davie: are Sparkuan'Ulsrk; ,:;Brow- studied abroad for ., apend- Hopkln's Hall on Monday eve, music by library sad seven >'lM|>lriroumt and kltob.vn .' Tinsmith &. Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction'guaranteed.
u are. ; winners. The republicans aid/ and Uollowayaad.-every lug some time In Berlin were she was Messrs Busbnell and Winegar. The furniture and furnlahlniie, toetlerwith' .. .
/ a>pupil of the famous virtuoso all picture. Henrich mask line but few
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are 'cl.imleg'everything.: .The true> !, 'Democrat Ion Florid who Barth, of the Royal Conservatory. MIa ont. Presently was It dawned: very on some people of all the fnrnlxulnifl;; end cneiiaorli; : I aw ,In Shops next door west of bank lndiana''' Avenue.

trait* have; nupplied them with votes pn:'the'8th. of No'vember Weatlake talk charmingly. ot her stay: us older one that perhaps we wen only the late rmldeuoe ISA. and WA.of the of tbe dufvndanw,A. e.lI4r'1lat luu,Udvn of .

!. )leotf:of; corruption\ funds, .and will .ca, t his. ,ballot for; them.cal .- Germany log tan early and dare.contemplates tihe la .a.retnrn-young I Kate being pleasantly and chair entertained were being, while given our to irmonil Volnala' Beach ennnty u and made recorded by the la Aiteaaor the|>ubliu' FORGET ",". ."

'4 "1'." .x.t depending upon the use ) *' carrenpondent In> Times. woman of striking nen6naUty Jacksonville and attractive : our neighbors] so we hied n. away" records of Voluila ooanfy, Floikla. DON'T wE. Do xJObVOir'k' :' ;
manner. Daily home but we have not ;yet heard of W. a. D.PABS, .
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-LOCAL SYNOPSIS. The days are getting quits short Mr. George P. Colby was a Lake

Fresh Garden Seeds at O. W. Fisher Helen visitor to DeLand Thursday.. I -MAN"i1
A WELL DRESSED
STORE NEWS-
New writing papers at Brill's. Also Rev. Brewster and family were In I

THE IMPORTANT MEWS ITKftN: UF new hosiery. town from Orange City' Thursday
afternoon.Mr. .
I .
Mr. Ellis a. Blake was here from )
THE PAST/ YIKKK.: '
Arthur Heath Is having his winter .
Lake Helen Tuesday.Dr. home at this place repainted and the 1 i i

Local Bad SooUty Item* for tb. F.OI>|.'. P. W. Hill Was an Orange City roof restained. I IS FAIR TO ASSUME

G. A" DHEKA & CL P.p.r.-Brl.f Mention VfteM M visitor to DeLand Tuesday. Miss Lois Davis returned this week' IT

Congressman Robt. W. Davis in the from e
ae by oar _pori... a delightful summer's stay at St. that you want to be
city today on legal business. Louie and in Indiana.

W. 8. Taylor, Denitet. :Mayor J. L. True of Orange City was Mrs. W. S. Taylor entertained well dressed. Most men Ii

Election day Tuesday next. In town the first of the week. friends' two tables. at Bridge Whist

New school stationery at Brill's. Mr. W. D. Haynes returned from last Saturday afternoon. : rY Mry9 :. do. Well dressed means r
Kentucky the first of the week. Wanted-Six experienced /girls to;
GOOD VALUES Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.A }
pack tangerines at Alexander. & Baird's
Mr. Morris C. Wheldon at De-
good rain fell at. DeLaml hut Wednesday ; was packing house, DeLand. Fla. to wear clothes correct in
Land from Orange City Tuesday.Mrs. .
The Crnnford Club met with Mrs. E.
Fitther bus. the school books and school W. J. Martin of Orange City, L. McBride Wednesday afternoon, Mrs .yt ,;, style that fit, that are made ;
in DeLand
That's Our was shopping Tuesday.
Argument.
supplied. Sewell P. Hays. winning first honors

Some beautiful colored oranges are Mn. J. B. Jordan. returned yesterday Wm. Best is putting/ down a new ,i : of good materials, and tailored -

t De- now in market. from her summer's stay In Kentucky. brick walk in front of the Bond Lam- 'f .
had in
The Best VALUES to be Lawyer Brnmaey is putting in at his .,"
New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda.' ., at ber Co's.lot on the Boulevard south of in such a way as to
office over Fisher's drag store a fine The Record oflke.:
to O. W. Fisher's.Mr .
Land; that's what we are prepared

Irving Mock is now assieting l in library Mrs. Dr. Davis while hanging curtains ,/ keep their style and fit .;
demonstrate. We have over two hun- the postofflce as clerk. Mrs. S. M. Fish returned SaturdayFrom at her home Wednesday, fell froma

a summer's visit at the old homeIn table, striking a rocker and falling '
dred Patterns of Mrs. Qaarterman was in town from Indiana .against the piano, receiving painful In. / :_( while you wear: them. We 1is I

Highland Park. Monday. .
Henry J. Wilmshnrst returned this lurles.Deut. q qI'
Mr. J. M. White of Orange City was week from his summer stay. at Highlands Sheriff Edwards was) np at Vousia t have them at Fountain's.AGENTS .

Domestic and Imported WoolensOf a DeLand visitor Wednesday.Dan N. O. Landing Thursday, and says that f. j

Blackwelder was at the county Mrs. Carlisle, who has been visiting Patrick Hlggins I is shipping a crop of FOR STETSON AND NO-

seat from the north end Tuesday.. her sister Mrs. Bnshnell, returned to the prettiest grapefruit and oranges he l .
Of all kinds forWinter ever saw. ''S. ?. NAME HATS ,
Justice of the Peace Kerchoff was In Osteen Monday II
Mrs. R. D McDonald was the hostessat
town from DeLeon .
Tuesday.Mr.
Springs
Mrs Hamlin arrived the first of the '
this week's, Thursday afternoon
A. B. Prevatt of Seville was at week from New York State. where Mr. WALKOVER AND QUEEN QUALITY 1
SuitingsAt meeting of the Cherokee Club at. her
the county neat on business 8 Saturday Hamlin. is yet ill. SHOES
home on Voorhls Ave. Five cat for first
lont. I As flue colored /grapefruit .as ever honors Mrs. Cannons winning.

all prices. It will not cost you any- Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Bond were Rent out the State. is being shipped now Tbe Halloween. entertainment at Mrs.
visitors to Jacksonville the latter. part from this section. last
Happprsetta Monday night was an V.M.FODNTAINdent's
thing to see what we are offering.PRICES. of the week. Hon. J. E. Alexander returned the enjoyable one to the big crowd attend- Copyright by .

The DeLand livery stables are getting first of the week from a month's stay lo//{. There was a. regular. spook theatree 1904

in new horses and new turnouts for the at Hot Springs, Ark. with weird scenes. The veranda was Hart Schaffner &? Marx Furnishings and Shoes :J

winter bu lne88. The fall. term of the Voluaia Circuit ojnverted into a stage, with the yard .--- -- ----- .----. --- -. .- .- .- -- -'-- '
Mrs. H. P. Barrel of Orange/ City court Judge Jones presiding will convene tented, and it was full of people, over 1
Black and Blue Brilliantine 02 ).2 cts to $1.50)() the yd Wednesday next.
has been visiting ber daughter Mrs. Jas.B. DUO tickets being sold. There were refreshment -
Green and Brown Mixed Suitings 75 cts to :$\ i.5(O the yd Taylor this week. Messrs. John B. Odum and Sam Peacock booths. Mrs. C. A. Miller ,

Cashmere, in all colors, 25; ets toI:\\I l.iiO the yard Tax Collector Perkins Smith and :Mr. the were Spring Garden. visitors to assisted by Mrs. Page and Mrs. Dade Vii H. PAXTON '
Beat
county Monday.The ,
sold coffee, tea sandwiches, pies and
$ H. Barker were at the county seat
Call on us. from the coast Tnesday. DeLand High School continues cakes; Miss May Ryland and Mr. Gas W

to increase. In number, and the eight or Allen, Queen and King of Hearts, sold Cleaveland Block, DeLand.
C. C. Fanning, the always on band tan teachers are doing good work. tart at a each. Miss Louise
penny
A. & CO.
G. D.REKA
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Ice man returned Saturday. from seeing Ml.*.* Mann, one of the teachers. of Tanner and Miss Laura Fish, in true .,."....",,,.,,.,.,,.,..,,,., ,
the Carnival sights at Jacksonville..
the schools of the north end spent Gipsy style told the young people's
Phone jj.The. The DeLand Ministerial Association. Saturday. and. Sunday. last in DeLand. fortunes. In a clever little play. Mrs Fresh Packed Goods,

", 'w t1 held its first winter session last Mondayto Miss Green of Jacksonville, takes. Powe. Miss McDonald Mr. Blgelow :.

season.Inaugurate work for the ensuing Miss Hodges' place in the Western I Mr. Oliver McElroy and Mr. Joe ZelJler The Best in the Market.

Union office as operator at this plnce. pictured the terrors of a jealous man.
Mrs. O. W Fisher, who has been in The entertainment was given for the
Supervisor or Registration Wetherelland I am now receiving and Fresh Packed Canned
Kentucky since she and the Doctor left benefit of the public school fond and opening my
the North Carolina mountains returned Sheriff Turner have. been busy this $110 was taken inbut the crowd present Goods of every description, all from standard houses which :

Arms'k home yesterday.Mrs. week getting the ballot. boxes over the had the worth of their money. send out only standard articles, and if not as representedyour
county for next Tuesday's election. back. Canned Fruits and
Brown and children of Buffalc, -- money Vegetables carefully
College who have spent several winters at De. Mrs. Stranahan and. her sister Mrs. A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.The \ selected and of the 1004 gather.

Sill of New York are expected todayto .
the Land coming are expected season here.down soon to spend spend the season here. They have Marriage of Mr. BenJ. F. Craig A Fresh Line of Cereals,

been at DeLand for several pant winters. and Miss Jolla May Whitcomb.

DeLAND, FLORIDA The handsome improvements Capt.. Miss Gieger teacher of the 6th grade A home Breakfast Foods, Biscuats, :Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right;
Hough is making to the Tawuey property very pretty wedding was
at the DeLand_ Hinh School. Is quite ill. solemnized at the home of the bride's from the Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected )
which he m
North Boulevard, recently n.
for trade and warranted fresh and '9
Until she is able to resume her work parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Whltcomb my crisp.
acquired are nearing completion.Lots
I Opens for Guests December 20 of oranges, grapefruit and grade.Mrs. Farrah. will have charge. of this South Boulevard, last Wednesday afternoon I My Line of Fancy GroceriesWill

tangerines are leaving DeLand for the at one o'clock, when Mr. Benj. F. I
Mr. Denny, who has preached at the Craig. and Miss Julia. May Whitcomb .
Northern markets, being/ shipped both be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
Presbyterian church for the month,
past
united in the bonds of matrimony -
Under the management of JOHN Q. HOLLAND, via Atlantic Coast Line and the Clyde has. resigned the charge. and left Tnes were Rev. A. B holy Wade, Pastor of the standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,
Line and I want to call and inspect these goods 1 offer to the
MOUNTAIN LAKE to continue at you
BLUE day
at present manager of .the a theological cousre Christian Church, performing the Impressive
Mrs. Boyd was the hostess Tuesday. Oberlin college.Mr. people, give me an order and you will continue to have the
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack afternoon at the first fall meeting of the ceremony in the presence of goods thereafter sent to :your home.
and Mrs. Busby, of Brooklyn, the immediate family relations of tbe
Mountains.) For rates and other informa- Hereford Improvement Society to inaugurate who have. been coming to DeLand. for bride.
I work for the coming winter Honest Ooods, Full WeightCareful Attention Prompt Delivery
tion apply, before November 15, to Mr. Holland, seanon. many. winters, will be down again this The bride wore a becoming dark blue
winter, and will be at their old quarters silk traveling dress, and the groom in
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. Mr. John Q. Collins, who will ran at the Putnam. the conventional black. The home was Phone 7p J. H. PAXTON.

HOLLAND can be addressed at The College Arms this season, will be The Halloween social in the parlorsof prettily decorated with potted flowers,

down by the middle of the month with the First M. E. Church last Tuesday roses and evergreens. After congratulations -

help to get the hotel ready for openingin .
be affair. and
refreshments the -
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THE COLLEGE ARMS December. There was a large. attendance. and couple were driven to the depot where ..... :.::::!I .. =._a. ,. "l
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Mrs. W. C. Watson, of Greensboro,
everyone thoroughly enjoyed them. they took the 3 o'clock Atlantic. CoastLine ,
DeLand, Florida N. C., accompanied by her children, selves.A I train for a. trip'to Jacksonville and
t arrived the latter part of the week and beautiful pair of bays and a. fine St. Augustine.For JS: School Books HiHi

will! spend the winter with her mother, surrey were delivered at DeLand. the several years Mr. Craig has been -

Mrs. H. B. Borgess. first of the week by the Clyde Line for the efficient electrician. for the Electric 1 'I' itHi

I _"n -_ -u.un ____-__-_- --- n___ _n ___-un-- ._ DeLand people will get as far as the Hires stables at !Seabreeze.: They Light Co. of this place and is a young fh -AND- ,

Letter to J. N. Sawyer. possible, all election news next! Tuesday were driven across tp the coast Tuesday. business man of fine traits and sterling m f Hi.
Wanted White girl for genera.lhouse
afternoon. Theo bride barn and
night. A subscription has been raised. qualities. was

Box J,work.DeLand.Good Fla.FOR home.. Address lock DeLand, Fla. sufficient to ensure the election bulletins Bert Flab and T. Edw. Fitzzerald reared. at DeLand a young woman of n: School Supplies U Um

Dear Sir: A gallon saved is $4 or $.1 furnished by the Western Union. last week Invested in one ot the beat charming. personality, and a prettier
bride never plighted her troth to that .ill
earned.. business sites in Daytona. The property
DeLand people who attended the Car. of
SALE. Two gallons. saved Is $8 or 110 earned. week consists of 80 feet fronting on man. 't' HiHi
nival at Jacksonville last report -
their return will board at -AT--
Upon they
Three gallons saved is $12 to $13 Beach street nearly opposite the City ffi t ,,
in
that theywere disappointed not seeing
the Turner House, the home of Mr.Craig .
*( earned. Hall. They expect to erect a fire proof
One complete bed-room something new; that all the attractions for number of
saved is 18 $20 a years past.
Four gallons | or earn building on their property sometimenext iji HHi
suit. .... .... .. ....$20.00. ed.Five were about the same as given ayear ago. year. Mr. and. :Mrs. Craig. were the recipe t Q. W. FISHER'S1r

One nice desk.. .. .. 12.00. gallons saved. Is$30 or $35 earned.It Mr. L. M. Holbrook. who has been in The boys were out last" Monday night, ents of many beautiful presents from 111l

[* One side saddle. ... 5.00. costs the paint(3 or;$4 as a much gallon to to brush-on paint besides a New York City with his daughters last, Halloween in force, and did considerable friends some silver.especially pretty ones in ir.r.r.r._.:._._._.:._::.c._.:=_=.:._c..:_::.c._.:c._.:c.c.c._.:_:._._._.:_::.c._.: .
Mrs. Parce and Miss Helen since cut glass and
One lot with gallon of worthless paint as Dovoe. mischief about town, removing .
i 27 1-2 acres, winter arrived Saturday to spend a To them both The Record extends -
Mr. Ezra Rathmell. Williamnport signs, tents fences, and turned over
5 acre grove, 100 boxes fruiton always used 11 gallons. of mixed paint short time looking after his property the Ropes mansion on Alabama. Ave. happiest. congratulation. ; that they may

trees;' 5 rom cottage.S. for his house; Deuce took 6. here.Mrs. They took Mr. Willitowski's tent from live to enjoy a long life of happiness, W. A. ALLEN & CO
Yours truly S. W. Johnston and children returned usefulness and prosperity. .
its place on North Boulevard and put
M. Morse F W DEVOE & Co last from Henderson. .
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it up in front ot Science Hall. The
New York N. C. where the summer was/ and Jewelers.
yule ,
Orange CityFla. boys didn't make much racket they METHODIST\ CllL'KCH SOUTH. Druggists
Fisher sells Mr. Johnston went there
G W our paint. passed. np
were rather qnlet but /got in considerable
several weeks ago and accompanied the Near corner Klch Arenne and Boulevard
work. If he only knew who they Drugs,
I'uslors'. thnrch.
home. Study
Insure with us. THE WAVERLY family were Ropes would have the boys before Stationery
The case against J. R. Ellis of Osteen, court for turning over his residence.Rev. Preaching morning and evening at ,
Now la the time. la now open for guests. The usual hour every !Sunday.: Prayer meet Huyler's Candies,
charged with marking an unmarked Dr. Lincoln Halley, president of Wednesday. evenings 7UO:
Spot cash for tones. table is supplied with the best cow, claimed by Seth Woodruff was before the John B. Stetson University of De- Sunday school, 10 a. m. Kodak Supplies.

U should be protected. the market affords. For terms County Judge McCrory last Monday Land. Fla.. preached at the First Baptist -. Junior 8 and 6.30 end Senior Epworth Leagueat Florida Souvenirs,
and Ellis was held for the Decem Church yesterday morning to a : invited m. respectively. Tuilet Requisites
D Insured? address You are to attend all these
you ber term of the criminal court he giving large and. appreciative congregation. services. J. E. MiOKLEB Pastor.At Watches Dr. Mellette's\ Remedies
Every reliable. MRS. MARY L. DRAKE. bond for his .
company appearance.Mr. This was Dr. Hulley's first visit to Jacksonville ---- Clocks

W. O. Coder bought this week, since his election to the presidency St. Baruabas. ....

When) does your policy expire? SPECIAL NOTICEThe 120 acres of unimproved pine land. from of the University. He made a St. Barnabas' Episcopal. church Nov. Jewelry,

Highland moot favorable impression and his sermon 6th, XXI lId Sunday. after Trinity. 10a. Silverware,
|Ie jour policy; 'In force? next visit of Mrs. 8. C. Quarterman near .
m. Sunday school; 11 a m. Choral
was 'an excellent one. It was a Cut Glass,
Park. Mr. Codey brotherdn-law of
Celebration. of Communion with
number sixteen DR. E. T. ALLEN OP TAMPA, Holy
Telephone of and. showed that
sermon great Goods
Prof. Frost will go Into the peach power sermon. Optical: ,

HON INSURANCE AGENCY. growing Industry and will have a portion Dr. Halley is a deep student and a --- Fountain Pens, Etc.

-r'. I Eye, Ear, lose and Throat t Surgeon, of this tract ready for a orchard by brilliant thinker. Dr. Hulley returned At First M. E. Church.
f U will find u. al January.The to DeLand yesterday afternoon. It is At the First M. E Church on next
to DeLand. will be Sunday the Pastor will preach at 11 a NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
hoped that he will be able to come to
Clyde Line ha put on a dally .
and DeLund. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Epworthat
Stetson
I Nov. Jacksonville again shortly and preach.
Saturday, 5.FFFFFFFFMFFiFFFFFFFFFFFtBFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFI service between Jacksonville and San- Times.Union Oct. 81. 0:43: All are cordially invited to attend
ford, the steamers City of Jacksonville these services.
Mr. S. B. Mann of Glenwond, one or .
and Fred'k deBary doing the service
kit ) elegant steamers and commodious tbe committee appointed by the County At the Presbyterian Church. .

freight passenger carriers. This daily service Commissioner to get up, among the Di. R. J. Carson will preach at the NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY

: | Fudger's Bread | will be of great convenience to the people of the county, an exhibit from Presbyterian. church Sunday. and a '
week from that date November
18th
Volosla Famous
to the Sooth Florida Fair, Mapes'
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orange shippers And merchants living I' Dr. Halley will preach.U. .
Tampa was at this office Tuesday
and
the river.The
.. This< week we desire to"call the attention of the public to the on near
J Mr. Mann reports that he Is succeeding FRUIT AND VINE i
:2:: rise In price of bread staffs, and remind yon that we have not $ DeLand laarohaat should do C. V.
admirably. He has a fine collection
'I decreased the size or weight of oar loaves, as have most of j all they can to encourage trade comingto 1
Regular tn-monthly meeting of Lor-
from Lake Helen, which place he h ..djna&
Year's of Fruit.
For Next
the leading bakers of tbe country. No Rise In Prices. DeLand from the surrounding towns. lag Camp, No 1338 United Confederate Crop tIt
W I 3S Of coarse these people are expected to returned. The fruit growers there Veterans at DeLand, on Tuesday,
, *: do their trading, ae they should, at will send a beautiful exhibit of fruit, November 16tn prux. will put the Orange Tree in splendid condition to go ,r

FUDOER'S kEAD 5 home as, far as they can, bat. the De- the cassava factory will exhibit Its fine U.By M.order of W. S. THAYER, through the winter and to put on an immense bloom another ,( '

'3 .* Land merchants, some of thug carry a products, and the Bond Co. will exhibit Adjutand.BENNETT Commander. year.' Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of k

S be the sandstone brick and exhibit from trees, and the fall crops! where MAPES' has been used. "-
Is cheaper, delivered at your homes, than you can make your :J very large line, a line that can not
Jj / own bread, consideringthe advance of flour over one dollar carried in a smaller place, aDd each the orate factory. Mr. Mann requestedThe r'
IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS : G,
Record the he
to to that
-"* per barrel within the past six weeks, and you escape! the heat $ goods can be had here and du not send say people V. H. VOORHIS, ,

W'f! and worry of baking Jays. 'Phone us a trial order, and we J oat the county for them. Indeed, our Is anxious to get op a splendid exhibit For Prices, etc., see or write

1JJ' are sure you will become a permanent customer. 'merchants do get a good trade form of vegetables, sweet potatoes, field products Dentist, .. .
: these here dayto etc? and If any farmers or trucker E. L. POWE.Agent -' .
: S people; they are every Gross Block DeLand 'Fla. "
assist to write him ..
at
can please
. trade article can't \ t
to get they gel
St. Elmo Bakery | Glenwood and he will call on them. and 4 Del. Florida. ,
'Phone! 6s In their own town. Their trade is quitean Give him'all the assistance you can, Boars: 8.80 to 12 1.80 to nd. .

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'--'- .ToJ'ell If m. MM MrnV.. H_". Notice of Application for Tax; Deed;; !
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: "I can tell In a minute simply byloolilng Under Biwtiun H of Chapter 48BH, SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

Tired at .a nuin whether be shave* OffENSIVE liBwB ot Florida.Moilao ATLANTIC COAST ; LINE ,

blmuoK or .to nlmvcil by a barber" said Isliureby given tbat A A MoDonnld .
t' purohusur of Tan Certltlcnto No. 1(1. dated
It may be from overwork bat- tliewlelder' of tho- razor and brush. the :-2,1! day of June A. V. HHtt.. has fllud World's... Fair Route-Jlent Line to St.

'i "No, It Isn't a question of cleanliness RH said, cortllluate In my ollluo. anil. bas made. JonIM-Soperb Dining Car Service.

the chances: i iwtrp are.Its. from' an_ Inactive nor :yet In a no question renaon of why hocking a man the face.Thero who. [AfAR the appllantlon folli.wInK with lor law.tnxdoiid desarlbad told! certlllaateemliriicos H property issue! In situated accordance Atlanta Stop overs Knoxville going, and Louisville returning, Ashe-; at The Great Through Car ,Line. From Florida ;:


With a well conducted: UVER la occutttouittl to Bhavlnff himself in Voluslu coun'y Florida" towit: villa and principal North Carolina

AIM can do mountains of labor houldn't unike as cloiin a Job of It anUie X suffered for a long tlmo.) with a bad 8w! ol'HWji. section 23, mountain resorts. CONNECTIONS:

,: without fatigue. avornifo burber. And y-st I can cmM of Catarrh and took a great deal ol towDaUlp 13s,rangu 'Mat bO) ncn sTho See High Bridge, the highest railroad, To
pot bltn every time. See that little medicine without any benefit. snld land being n8ae8s",1 at the date bridge in the world, famous Blue Oracs East } THE TLANTIO COAST LINE. Tla Char"8ton Rich I

It adds a hundred per cent te I lock of hair Unit grows down the side I had a continual headache my cheelci of the lammncij of siuili, curtlllcate in the region, Lexington and Louisville. the mond and Wa h1ngtoa.1

,"j' ones earning capacity.Itcanbe of the f.ice Just In front of the ear? had grown purple, my nose was alwayl name Bhail nf, A be A redopnied King.\ Sfuonllng Unlt.mii said u> law.uurtltlciuu tax- Free reclining chair cars and high 0 .1.1To

Well vlit'U a uuiii Is Bhavod by a bar stopped up tny breath had aslckening and di-vd, will ISMIIH thoruon on the Kith day ofov class day coaches. Through Pullman
: kept hi healthful action ber tliono two locks don't vary In I disuniting odor,and I coughed Incessantly > A. D. I'.XH.WIIIICKB sleeping cars Jacksonville toSt Lou III. West 1} The LonlB''rlHe Nashville via Montgomery. !

by, length more than a Mtxteontb of anInch. I heard of Tour 8. 8. 8. and wrote yon. my olllilitl .Klgnntiire nnd 1 seat Folders rates.etc. cheerfully furnished The J The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.\ '1
I commenced to use it, and after takingseveral' this the 1Mb dny of Uct. A. I). 1IIU4.BAM'L upon application.
Tlio: who shaven himself,
on tlio other in.in liniid. Is Invariably lopBlUcU. never since bottles bid the I was slightest cured symptom and hay 01 C'lvrk Circuit Court II.Volimla.10111)AN C'n., Flu J. O. LusK Via Savannah nnd Ocean Stcamnhip Company; for New

IIo always begins to shave the disease. Miss MARY L. STORM. District Paso. Agent, lOt! W. Bay St., East t York Philadelphia.< and Boston. .
of the face Notlre of Application' for Tax Dxed Under Jacksonville. Flu. The ) Via Norfolk and Btearner for N. Y. Wash.
l ii8! higher up on the- left side Cor. 7th & Felix St ., St. Joseph Mo. Baltimore.ia .
HecMon U of Laws
: Chapter 4H8S:
\ Savannah and Merchants & Miners
side. Transportation"
m.s than ou tliu right/ ns a coneoq.ueiK'0 '
of w blcli oml Hide of the face Wheeling W. Vs., May 29, 1003. of Florida.Notlcu -. VIa Steamship.To Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.To .
I had Nasal Catarrh for years for which J In licrt'liy Klvvn Hint' A AMclVnnld, ,
looks longer than tho other. No I used S. 8. S. with very gratifying result... I I'urvlnioi'r nt THX Ci.i.tlllu t.. No' 110.) tinted .

TAKE don't Know thnt I can explain tblsphenomenon. I tried local application for some tim, IhoTih iluyofMiiv A.U IXH<, baA Hlvd mild. HODGKIN'SV KEY WEST VU PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL 11HA'V"NA.
I only know that the and ccrtlllCHlu in my Dice, and hiia miidti ap.liliciition !
r. getting no permanent relief I camel to STEAMSHIP CO. ,
f
lor lux 11"t." \ 1-mio Id' ncunrdHiio" .
! .. condition ex III Is." Philadelphia Becord. the conclusion that the seat of thujroub '
-- -- ---- with law. Hjild curllHuuto "int rnccs ----- -
was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to b. \ agO"
s l lie folillWIIIIOMCI'lbo,1\ 1'1'01'1'1.Iuuue I Shop
_____ ___ Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway
blood medicine I its '
I a good began use, 111 Voluslu ouiint}, Kiorldii, tU'WtL: ,
: A DBtek PUtilnv VIII.... Died of SuveratHlon.Princess and after using it for some little while It :Nw ofsw Bcctlun lit, tp 13s range 2We, of the Southern States are on sale by principal, ngenteIf .
." I Almost every Uuhlug village In Hoi- Llltellko dmitfhter of Kapaaken did away entirely with the offensive muens 4U 'ni-ies DeLAND FLA.Everything or complete Information call on E. I* f owe. Ticket I\K'ut. or addrewti
"Through Pullman Sluupor to New York, vU Atlanilo ;
', land bas Its special dross and Its own In the nostrils and I did not have to : riJ'tt : Kimt Const Line
B nnd mother of Trine-ens Kalulanl The Hiild Ixnd boinic\ n scHHi d M tho Into also vis Atlantic .Const Llna Itnilwny".
i I quaint customs. One can see from old Fob. 3 1887.! She bad not hawk and spit especially in the morning, of the IHSIIIIIIOU ol Much u"I'lIIlo.1e In the
died ,
Dutch that these btive not varied on to dislodge the catarrhaJ',naltor. niiine ol Hurts A Hunter.. Unless sitlil car in Wagons, Buggies Cartg.etc. FRANK C. BOYL8TON Dlst. Pass. Agent, W. D. STAKK, Traveling Puss, Aftenj
pictures been Kerloiixly 111, but a lava How from tliiuaie' shull ho reilfe nod ., manufactured. and repaired in
1627 South St. FRED H. PRBSSY. ncc rtlinir to law my 131) Walt Bay\ Street Aster Building, Jacksonville Florida. I
for the lust 200 years. One most the grout volcnno Kllmiou In Hawaii tux duid will tKMiiu thuioun, the liith day nf Shop in the very best workmanship 11. M. EMERSON Tralfto Manager 'Y'.J. CR4IO General '
: place Is the Island of Jlarkeu The ; ; ; Nov. A. 1> known. PiiHBonfei gent
Interesting which occurred a few Oiiys before her filthy secretions and foul mucus that 1IHM. Only first-duns men employed

a tongue of land ou the margin of death win to her mind a nuro sign that are continually-) dropping back into tbe Wltni'HH' niv olllulal Htirmiture\ and sual and (ir t-class work turned out. I have Wilmington North Carolina.

the Zuyder Zee which can well be Inspected a cfoloftnlncss was required by the throat find their way into the stomac thin the 15th/ dny nl Oct, A. U., U'OI. ntely added to my plant a

in a couplu of hours. It Is so and are absorbed> into the blood. Catarrh H 'JIll. D. '
irnddoHM Pole, that heartless old deity JOUOAN1
then becomes constitutioiml.aml Clerk! Cli'i'iilt Coin"I Vulimla a. Florida East Coast -.1
clusters
little above' the sou level tbut: the suggested to tlio children of nature In th Ry. \
--
of. houses or tiny villages are So Qrm
volcanic terrors.
the
built on'mound" connected by bridges were ages! MtfbllUc's convictions that the of only it is way through) to get the rid I Notice to Non-Residents. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect ,June 4,1904.NORTHBOUND I

.
null little bouse bus Its
.;. nearly every wrath of tlio furious Tele had to be blood. Write usi ,
, own little mout and Its own little bout SS IN ciitcurr fouiiT, HKVKNIII; ; JUDICIAL
her death that she lost
appeased by have Catarrh C3UTN30UND-READ DOWN. -READ UP.
you ,
everything except tho people Is on a heart and never rallied. Iho night before ClllOUIf OF FUHtlDA: IN

diminutive Kale In 'Holland-moored her death there was a halo around and our physic: AND KOIt VOLUhIA COUNTY. INCUANCKKY. No.se No.211 I STATIONS. N..ell No.n

. near tbe 4oor.' BO us,to be bandy Incase the moon and whon she saw It she ana will advise you : a1Jy. Dail'1: Dally. Dally.

I of Qood.. The bouses,,with the exception abandoned hope and speedily died. without charge. J. B. Fllnn Unniplaliiiint, 1vs .. =:::::::':::::::'::::..',;8 :: : ::: : ::::::. ':::::::::::::.L: : : ez:'

of the church and the clergy A few years. afterward Llklhlku heard Tba Swift Speolflo .ompany. Atlanta, Go. 110,08:1., ............................ ... ......................... w. p
, man's house, are buijt of wood on high ho ivW' bains to death byan ; Augusta U. KuntliiK, Tlioinim II. .............................t.Ha.tlag..................... ...".... 611. 18t p
, them thnt ; prayed Io"tlnl.hor hiiHlnind, liiul } nrilo IIUluluy .... .........................l'.I..UIa..I.. .. 114. ..Op7ee
piles. They are none of very old enemy, litded by a sorcerer a deadly pcrnnnully ami ns Cxa'utrlxofthu -}
as the place .has often been flooded Notice of Final Discharge will ot Jucuh U. UpdeUrall 11101' Ar. ..........................l'.l.tk..L" loa .1 p
and burned. In winter Marken Is often o method of warfare, so he simply: lay ', d"8'd. IJel'"nlnntn.(' .60 1116.. Lv .......................... ._...... ........ ........... 1eo. lOOp
down and died of despair.a /N'olfue hereby given that fix month

bouts under to water pass and from the one Inhabitants village to use another cora afierdate. bur, A D tow l!It,!l, 1 On will Ibe present llrst day my nt linn De 'or It the appearing complainant by nlllduvlt in the Ahovo of the cause attorney that 10 & t .::.::::::::::::::::.::::: : \:::::::::::.:::::::::::::..::: "ni' : ro;

Tbe cottages, which are painted .rmnnrFlr.t Windmill. Hi-count, na administrator, of the estate o: Ibo dulendunt Anni II. lliglev. is a resident ez III> Lv. ......................... Neol<& .................. .. ........Lv iI'I. asp
The lint 'windmill In Germany wni William A. Cooe. deceased, to tbo CnuntvJudge ,,1'1\ !State other thnn the Into of Florida ) OB I' Z 1.1' ..............................BIIII..I1.. ........................... t8. 1.0 p
blue green or black with pointed gables of Voliiflin' conntv, Florida nnd nok l I hat thu resilience of Bald uefi",ndiint. Is be. 11 .............. .................Dllpont. ................ .. ........ ... .86a tOp
and roofed with red tiles, are all built at Wlndalielm. The Augustine for H Html dlm'tHruo UK mien "mlniliilHtratorOutud ievod to be at No." S l.alnyetle 1'lace, Roch I .a lip .............................. Ormond .............................. "" .. 8 00 P
alike and only'a monks at that place desired to build turn tlie 27lb ilay ol Mnv I 1U 4 e.ter.Nrw Yolk; that sukl, defendant Is OB I. ........... .................D.ytona.................... .. ........ i 11II. IMp
exactly possess .0 ............................por, 0"11'' to.
iliove the of ''''''''''''''''' ''''' '''''
such Imd In but I'ErEK COXE and that '
j ground floor built on high piles. one ns they seen Italy 111(0 twenty.one years 8eo OGp ............................N.." 8myr".... .......... ... ......... .. 26. BOp
the lord of the manor forbnde them declaring .\ . I on whom would blnil nnl'1,, defendnnt, it IshiM'tmpon a 8. .00 I' ............................. lI.vllle............. .. ..... .."...... 12" 13 p
A Novel' 'Tim* 0.._ thnt the winds belonged to him. of Final inccrt-d thnt Hiild defendant }1 I' p ............ .................: oco........ .............. .".......... t 8. at p

"During a trip which I took through The monks uppllid. to the bishop of Is Discharge. Annie H.to JJ hcley he to and Iho slio bill is of hereby cinipluintlureln re.liiirrd Can net yonr Tires without taking 112. : 3B.8 .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::l kb. ::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::: In: U 1 8U

the West Indies several years ago" Utrecht, who promptly laid down thi Notlve hereby given thnt six months nppvnr \ wheels from vehicle. We take out no I' ........................... M lbouroe...... ... ............... 1 H n ...
old traveler "I saw a sight In one fundamental principle that no one had! after dute tow It, On Ibo llrnt lav of DCeember lili'd Oil or hor, ue tile tlrst Monday In uoltH/ rub no paint or bnrn your felloes 1116.0 1 I' ............................8.b..U"0..................... ......... U 69. 1
a A 1> 10M. I will itreaent my Him Nivi-nilior, A. IX 1'J <.. liulng the, 7th day i .f with hot tire. Come and it wOl"k"nd 8 P ... ......................... ............................ a 1 0.
t. of the villages which brought the old any power over the winds of his diocese acanunt as adniiolbtialor of the estnte 01' said month, otherulau the said bill ol comiliiint a see 11 P ........................... Fl. 1".1...."............. ........... 1 0 p 1018.
proverb 'Nooe 8lty la the mother of but blmself. He guve permission Susan Dol'ratU. luceascd to the County will bi> III ken as oonti>sa il and wmilninuiit yon will never have your Tires act '8 '110 P ......... ......... ...........Tlbb"I...................... ........... 1 p 1.
,llId/le of Voluoln Florliln. nnd nok l hnve lunvo lo proceed expnrte.It lot ngain.Thanking/ .. .............................Eden............ ................. ll" "
mill and It erected couniv,
Invention' forcibly to my mind. In to build the was In for a/ nnal dlsolmrve OA such inlinlnihtrutor Is Inrther ordered thut thin i order: bepuhl .01' .............................Jeo..o................ .... ...... .. eco.

:" the front of one of the houses on a tho closing years of the fourteenth ceo! Dated thlk tbe 27lb day ol MHV. Ill'>4Pt.Tf.R :shed In thn Vnlusm County K"cordmt'e ; you for your patronage inhe : fin :::::::::::::::::::::::.::::ju i "::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. l : :

veranda stood a sentry whose business tury. ; ONE o ch week for f>itir cnimpputive w< eksn ; piwt and hoping a continuance in ............. .. ...... ... ..... ...... .... g S :.
: u. .. ........ .... ... .... .... __ .1_ .., ..Jllnlrr.. .. .
. u wai to me: lime lor me village Allm'IIIM'rn''r.' mn... ...w.II.... I.'.' .... ........ _n.I, M...... ."......",..... .u" xucurt*, reiuniiiYonrs .......................... "rc.m."ul..... ....... ... .......... am.
" j aeep Tim .nd Moaer. .Novemmlivr A. l II.> 1 ILIWltneiM. 66 .............. .............Boynton.. ..... ....... ..... ....... .... lOp 7 60s
; by means of a primitive sandglass. Sumuol 1 JordanClerk of suld. 1"1' ............................ D"Ir.y......... .... .................... 740.
''; Two bottles were firmly tied together The counterfeiter. In prison for Notice of Final Discharge Court and the Henl Iherool thin 28th olSoptembor to serve I MaSWa ................ ......Ft. L.ud rdale.... ......... ............. 0 BUS
diiy
ten yea rll. ......... ................... Halluml&le. ,................. ... ..... It e B4e .
I moutl) to mouth, and fixed In a wooden Notice Is hereby given tbat tbo undersigned A. I). I'M.! 11 .... .................".....Lemon City..............;........ .... Op ]o.
'. frame, made to stand In reversible poBltlona. "What ere you doing here?" asked Guardian of L. Colby I'lnkcrton will OAM'L I). IOIIDAV, i Jerk SCOTT HODQKINS. fo. .ip ...........................Miami...". ...... ..... .... .. ..I." oOp ooBRANCH. .
.' a visitor. on th. lat day of March *. D 1!>"5. pre..-n (Seal) Jl> ll .n Flub, D. O.
his final aveountto tbe County Jiid.e oVolusla
, "A quantity of black sand ran from "Passing time. ._ ORANGE OITT BHAHOH.No.11 .
County. FI< ruin, at bis tillice at ---- ---- 8.OBD .
"Ah what torr'"l'os81011
bottle into the other In half and aik I
s one just an DeLanil that till same be allowed
No, 12Dully No. 31 No. 1 I IPally No. 2 No. 4
\I bour and when the upper bottle was passed on. money. And tbe vlsltof Tbls Aug '23,11104/ J. D. Guardian PRICE! DeLand Sav// and Planing Mills & Novelty Works Vallyl 8TATIOHI.TOSa I Dully I STATIONS. liallyNo I
tbe frame reversed. Twelve
empty was LT ,. TUnsvlllt Ar It HP lOOp lOlOnLv N Smyrna..ArIt I S3*
E short sticks: marked with notches from Trnn of nil Tin*. Lv ... Ost ........,.. 11 M 3 Up 'JlnlLv. Liikn Itelon .Ar llOp
"What Brown Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Lv ,.Snt rprlS9..........Ar 11 00l> 11 Wit.Lv.OiKnirefCUy.Ar
makes so
; J. T. CAIRNS '
|*: 1 to 12 were bung upon a string and a baugnp Section 8 Chapter 4888!, Laws Hropr. and Manager, t Sunford .,...,!.,.Lv 10 0a 001 11 45 |At, .Or.Glty Jo. LT r
" hook was placed between the stick theso dnysT" of Florida I
''i bearing tbe number of notches corre- "Why his secret benevolent association DRESSED 2B No. 21 NO, taDallr NoTT? No. 10 No.20Dally No. 24Pally Ho. vaSuLand
, Notice Is bercty given that Gnle Urnnnlng B.tand8uad Dallyexcept MAYPOHTBBANOH. Dullyexcept :
elected him to office that ,
,1 ponding to the1 bour last struck and tins an purobn.ero> Tax Certificate No 7K4. ilatet HUMBER r Dally. Dally Dally 1 undy
i' tbe one to be struck next. The sentry tins n title? Heven feet longer: than any tbe 8rd day of July A. D., 1KX! hns Hli'i" AND ROUGH _only Sunday Sunq'y only .

.,;' announced the time by striking tbe title there! Is In Smith's secret society" said\ oertilU-ute in my olliee and hnn nindi* [ WP SOaUS Lv J'nkRonv'e ArSo. 700na 110. JOJp B 80 p 'I p
hours on a large -fhlcnjto Port.Don't application for tax deed to insiie In nucordance Celllnn(, Floorlnjf/ ShUn!!', Turning1 Scroll SawingMoulding.. Window ant i M p a .Jau&flonvllle Bin n P ng \
t gong. wltb .law. bald certllluate em Door Frames: Novel Posts. Ualuaters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc 19 MpMp P 15 pI 10 00 a : Pablo Hnaoh 0 000 19 23 p P
, braces tbe following described 83 p I p 19 14 a All fin tlo Beach 1 7 6 J 39 p' a 3' p
piopertv for Groves fineries. Crates and 1 Box Material Hi-p
Shedding and C:.T a specialty
-" Camel* !. Waur.f situated In Voluslacounty, Florida toit Mr IMp I 1. Ar. Mayport Lv I e a 7 40 a ( 20 p 8 80 p
Contracts taken for the erection of kind of a building.
f, '1'be camel! Is a good soldier. It maybe Lot 9, sub of wj< of se)4, sectl(.>n S, township any I
10 3lu B PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
l *, range ( acres
stupidity and it may be bravery, but DELANO FLORIDA.
Tbs said land being osaesxed nt tbe datiof ,
J. a camel Is under fire tow3
steady -
3 er. Tbe Persians as mounted small as a can- name the of Issuance Surah Btarke.of buuh cenilluate in tbt . ._. '_. n _._ ______ __.__ _.__ _. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. ft O. 8. 8. COMPANY FOIt ,

;i non oa the backs of their camels and Unless salil ceitlnoate gliiill bo re HAVANA AND KEY WEST iI I i

.; called them combwahs or little wasps. deemed HBCordlng! to Inw tax deed l wIllIMMII" ofTwo.

1 This fashion was'adopted in India and thereon on the Kuli. day of Nov, A D. I'M: Choice Through Car Lines The** Tim* TablMihow th* time* .t wbioh trntns may be xn"oti d to arrive find clppnrt
: after the battle of Bobraon 2,000 of the Witness myollloliil slguatiiro and lI.al from the I"rat itattonfl.but their arrival or d"paroa.Clio tla.Rri itutoit If) not .nt.ed. I
1. this tbe 10th day. ot Uct A. U. lKli.! aord. *Company bold IMelf responalblo any dl.!or any uuu.equ.nce arialng I
artillery camels 4rere captured. Tfl tbe SAM'L U. JORDAN I --1'0S'1 t. .t

Indian mutiny the British had a camel 1 Clerk Circuit Conit VohiHla ,rnunty .'111.I .
,k. corps of 100 beasts and on the back of I LOUIS MO Vor Copy of the OOAI TIM2B CARD or.Other Infortnmtloa
'
, each camel! sat a Scotch hlgblander Inbis Notice to NonResident.In "SEE THE TICKET AQENT." I

.
' kilt
Circuit Court 7lh Juillrltil Circuit of -YIAAtlantic T. D RAH2913H Aflst. Gen. Pasfl. BT. ATTGT7STIN&;FLA. I
i j: In 1878 the British used camels Aget.. i
Floildn In and for VoIusU County In
. ;. against the Afghans, and the government Chancery.
-
paid for 60.OOO camels that died Coast Line
I. B. Hughes, CoiuplulnanVI ..
;; In those campaigns. Many of these } Southern Kailv/ay. I

i. were drlvenlto death by their owners Beatrice Hnghes.Ueforda)

.. In order thut they might claim the It ap). arlng tv the alllduvlt of Iho coir.plalimnt .- Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga

sf/> government bounty. There was also a In tbe above cause tbat tlie mldrnceoftbed Round Trip Eaten from DeLand: EFFECTIVE M\K 20, 1004

camel corps which did good service In Beatrice Hughes Is I
"believed lo be S3 Jewett street $46.OO $38.35
Cleveland
. the Sudan war against the mahdl.Tba '
Ohio, and tbat ibere Is no person In till.Htate Vestibule Trains East No 8 North and W eat yo 13Iv
I thp service nf nrnn..aa nn wtmm wniil I.! sale Good to Dec 25 On Hale dally. Good'<00.t '
I DM41IM* PolM t bind IIld d"r"n-.Jn't-'Jt--I., : ..-tbereunn': ; i" 'nr-: On dally : <; .days Lr Jacksonville. Flu. So! &y..7 45p Juckaonvlllu, So Ky.. .. 7 fifip

of dered that said defendant, Beatrice. l.vJeoupOa. 80 Ky.10 IHp lvJesu"|., So Uy.. .. .. . .100"1'>
Cyanide potassium and hydrocyanlc Hughe,
.
t"i lie and she is required lo to the $20.95 Lv Savannah Oa, So Ily ... 1 OOn' Ar Mnuon, tin Ky. . .. .. /8 lOu
or prusslc acid are considered by; hill of' complaint herein on appear or before $30.85 Ar Columbia, 80 Ry....,. ( (XhtAr Ar Atlanta, Ho Ky .. .. B2iaA
l''. most people to be about tbe most polaonooi the ttrst Monday In December. D 1IJM. : On sale Tuesday and Thursday Charlotte, So 9 MaAr r Koine So Ky... ....... 7 33a
of known substances. This Is ,forget the old man being tbe Bth day. of said month, otheiwiue On sale dally. Good 15 days : during October., Greensboro. So Ky. 12 fiOp Ar IMiton So Ky . .. .. .821"
tha sild bill will be taken as confessed Ar Danville, So Kv. 2 lOp Ar UhaitauooKO; 'I'"nl So'lly .. .Iia
Il-l'' an error. They are the mo t rapidly with' 'the fish on his back. by said defendant. and Ibo complain For reservation* and Information apply to'agents A. C. L., or write Ar Richmond 8 Ry. . B 42pAr Ar Lxington. O t O .. ff 21f<

acting of all poisons, but not the most For nearly he ant will have leave to proceed ex pnrto FRANK C. BOYLSTON, D. K A, W. D. STARKE Trav. Pass. Act Lyncbburg Rv. ........ . 4 17p Ar Cln"lnI8tl. Q .to t . 7 \
potent One drop of.pure pmsalc acid thirty years against her. 188: W. Bay 8t, Jacksonville, Fla. Ar Cbarl'ittesvllle, rio Uy. ... I lop Lv Clncillnot Blir f 1'01'. ... 8 -KipAr .
placed In the eye of & large dog will has been travejing! around the It further Ar Washington. Ho Ky. Clip 'RlK\ Jour .. . .7 lot r
in ordered that tbls order be Ar Baltimore, P ... .. .... .. ..It Lv .. .. .. ... I afip \
, kill it within two seconds., and such a world :and is still traveling published for four' consecutive woeks in TheVolusla Ar Philadelphia, Iy. 2 40,1Ar Ar tblcl\lo.Clnclull81 JL'a Lles... .... loa) ,
dose will kill a man.. But there is an : I ounty :Record a newspaper iuL.' .- New York F By. .. Lv C . 8 4.1p 'I
I .
.
lth llshed In .13la oth
alkaloid In aconite bringing' and comfort said county of Volusla and State. A. 4>l.ln.....% l-l A ,P.i : T < lu ,
root called paeudaconltlne. wherever he. O'oe!'!.. of Florida. No 80-" Washington! and Fla Limited." Lv Cincinnati; (J II & ::.: : : : i, :
: one three-hundredth part of a -- C>- -- I Witness my hand and.seal of laid Court Pal Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Ar CHAD . . 0 ij' \
grain of which will kill a moderate To the consumptive he at the ourt houw In DeLand, Volusla Why Not Drink Jacksonville to New York Ar 'l'olel", O H .!D. .. .. .. 7 2J"
Iced anImaL l4il J la the deadliest poison I county, Florida, this, 31>t day of October Lv Cincinnati Lines -.8
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' known being 800 time as toxic apruaalo brings the strength and flesh A D 1UO Through "The Land of the Sky.; No 80 Ar Plttsburit\ Til.1 Linus : ; :: :;: ::'. o OOllHup:;

I, .if acid. he so much needs. (Seal) SAM'LD JOniAN PURE WATER ? Lv Jackaonvllt So ity..r.... .. ...74/1)| Lv Cincinnati Dig rour.. .... .. I)
n"rk Circuit Court Lv Ry.. .. .. .. .. Ar Cleveland Big Four..... .. "I 4H-1
I :: u.. CJaee I. ..... To all weak and sickly Volusia county Fla.By THE _Urnniie! City Mlnertl Spring/ Water Is unsurpassed, In purity be.ng Ar Columbia, Si( Rv....... .....1( 0/1) Lv Lexington" ", Ho Ky. .. .. oAr SOp .
Hop. Ben Fish.D. C.Master's. Uliltply Tree from orKnnlo matter and possonsing, mineral .
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Ar Ashevllle, So Ry ...... ", So Ky. .. H.1p)
f A little) Ctrl became so accustomed to children he gives rich and especially bmiellclal In pases of kidney AMI! (Ivor I rouble. Ar Hot Springs N C. Uy. . ..111) Ar St Louis. So Ky . . 12.
, exaggeration: and mlnstntemont that nobody 'I bIll wnter li. a .
food. OOp
strengthening I 1.1 "inui'li umitrd. Uniiy olulvestibulod
Sale.In tils U. Smith professor of chemistry. Helolt, College. B'lolt. Wlsconnln one .. .. iNo
-e: could! believe her uud her parent Ar ixmlavllle, !So Ry... Oflu train, conches and I'ulUmnn
I To of tbe bent chemists in Ibis J. B. New York t through
thin and country; Ogden dlreitor nndotbei
" pale Ar St Louis. .. .. (
were persons 8Iy. 6Utp bleeping cars "" to N. Y.
greatly annoyed tbe unfortunate .
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J'r, reputation that, aba was acquiring. he gives new firm flesh and Florida In and lor Volusla Connty. InChancery. Dr. Bornton orCI""eh\nd. Ohio writes: "It I. tbe pure-t spring waler 11/1 NOH'IIWE< *'t No 13
r known to me. 1 nm using It and recommending It to others. It only needs No 80 Daily Pullman l Drawing Kooni
. ( rich red blood. > Kv .
tir Lv Ho 7
60p
0 a trial I lo convince nnyone, that it bus no superior as .a table water." and Buffet Car between JanlcgonVlllo Jlck..oovile ....
, One afternoon her mother said to lv Ky .. .......10 4'V'
; Jan Many pponla have visited i'ltv by advice .
, Children who first L. Hull Complainant 1vs Orange O' their |ibyslol ns for and St LouisWorld's
the . .
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saw Muoon OOnAr
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". her "Now listen. and heed tbe purpOHoortestinR the.
: Lillian W
my; 1 ( Mineral Mpring\ liter, deriving eroat t benettt from 4'
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, j: word What bag happened to one old man ,with the fish are now George n Mlllawl. Charles FHe I Its uae. The wat' r la di'awn from a sulnurroneiin Spring 117 feet bel'iw the Ar Atlanta Anniston, So!So Ky .. VB 0 4Ut"I
: aer and Mr.O. V. Ilevaer Perd'sJ surface' la very palatable and alto ther the Best Water lo be found In the Fair Tickets Ky .. .
I Inner easily happen to another ,
and 11450
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;; may grown up have children South. Ar BlrmlnKbam, Ry.. ...
You know what happened to AnanUia I Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure ? Ar Memphis, Tenn, irlsoo.. ... .
i: Uraniro Mineral I
City Wutur
: of their and sals. :Jhe Sprlnir rei'plvod' tbe only; diploma at'the 0.1
own. rendered in tbe Circuit Ht Ar Kansus City, .Frisco .. . |
and don't ? te 'alr at ncksonvllle in
t... Snpphlra you I Courl of the Seventh Judicial Jorcnlt nf competition" with ninny other Ul.plays.'". It la Lv Memphis Frisco. . . .. . 3O|(
""Yea'ui I do. They fell dead on the.atreet He stands for Scott's Emulsion Florida In and lor now being bottled and sent out by tho llrnnxoOlty l'Inpr,18.rlnlf !,.nipany, St Lonis Mow Sale I
* ; 1 VolimUconnty,In Cliunocrv put up in tractive stylo In cases of 12 hHlf.gallon bon I... For /further Inlormatlon -. on Ar Hot S prlnits. Ark ... .. .... \ a therein
; in cause
; corner and I saw 'em carried of cod liver oil pendlnii wherein
pure aIIeoaORANGE "
-a Jane L>. B..llia complainant and George H. ( Ho 18- 1'be Florida Limited. faily
't': Into a drug.. tore delightful food and"a natural Mlllard
.,.. Hesser are defenflasnts I will sell nt public ,
"'; Loral to ta>. ...*.. tonic for children for old folks outcry to the hljheit and best bidder for O. A. ButXEN Mjrr.; Orange City, Fla. ARRIVALS AT'JAUKSONVFLLE

" ':; ..W.'o".toa..sllgbt1y. 'annoyed; by and for all who need flesh and cash at the front door of tbe court houae In j From New York Waahlngtn. eto-too 30, Washington and Florida I.lmlud." 0 2
the manner-lri wbtch your wife played '" 0"' DeLand In.said _couoly, duriinr, the leval a. m. No 3.1, "New Express." 7 40 pm.
strength-: noun or sale on aionday, December 15.1IH)4. From CblciKO. '' Chattanong.i, etC-No "Forhlt Limited."" 41 am ,
Inofnnnt. 1.
t! when she wna, your partner at whist7""No "being the Mr t Monday In said mnnth, all --. From Kansas HImlnlll.m-'o Limited," I I) a m
', !t' ,", ensworod Mr. Meekton stoutly SCOTT & BOWNE. Ch.mlsts. the followlnir piece paicel or tract or land, From Clnelonat.Albsvlle.-No29. 'Vaohlngtn and Florida Limited.'' -Mi n n
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I' f "t wasn't annoyed., 'I waa puzzled 40 "'J.lSa 3'M'II.g "I.f( rk. lying and being the county of Vo'usla' The Smart 'Set

1 couldn't help wondering who ,made d ruggists.Notice "la IIt.1.4I: of All Florida of the,>aat and acre described of the aa south follows half, EXCELLENT DINING CAR SERVICE -- ., .

that fool assertion about it* being of River Let> Thirteen In tba town of Ormond. J, U, 1USK.District Pnastnger Agent \V"KHtUiiy'Rtri\ >Pt, Jnok_onvlllei Fla. -:-

wrong to trump your partner's _"_ of Final( .. JAMBS W. PERKINS.! A Magazine of Cleverness AJKERT. o. M. W. H. 'fA YLoE. O. P. A. .
-/ '.WasblDfton Star. Discharge..Notice Special Master In Cbanaeri s. u. T. u. BRO. >m; MUKOAN. A. U. f. A. .
1 ti hereby given that six Stewart A BI,. Magazines,; should hare a wen.e ned purpose. o' .* ,
; months __ _
after date towli i on tbe 8tb day February Bolioltors lor Complainant Genuine entertain meat, amusement and rnuntnl recreation am the motive. 01 -
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r im'o.lwill Apply 10 non..J Lee MoCrory. ot THE: SMART SET, the .
''"What a oienUodous duffer you are, (lounty Judire of Vnlnsla County. Florida, .... .II

Pblbba,'" said Dlbbs. "You said this fir my nnal rilsobanre. Administrator 01 MOST SUCCESSFUL OP MAGAZINES
the .mtate ol' Mutha J. Banta.. I'eoeaaoH' Spray Pumps. J. A. E R Ie K S N
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.'"Well"you go la and look for an oMa .. ,!9"erI Its short storlen are matchless-clean and full of human Interest.;' -DEALER IN- } .

woo Isn't an orphan.- Yon wont Its poetry covering the entire field of verse-rpathos, love humor tenderess I

j', ',. ,. I -is by the moot! popular poets men and women, of the day. OenU'and ys'Cothlng. Hat and Cap. .
wm-r.: Executrix FOB ALL, KINDS OF Its Joked, witticisms sk tclien, etc are admitt lly the most mlrtbprooklng.i *
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