The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
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System ID: UF00087347:00046
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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James W. Perkins. Cary D. Land is. I There In Wo' More Dollarhtful Trnlt In I .. Warn Wounded, but Killed liz of

PERKINS & LANDIS, Either Yonntt or Old. II.. MvKnitdlu;; ..un.....

I 'I hero Iw no more delightful! trait in Wild 1 Hill, whom I'elll! nmno was

ATTORNEYS and *.COUNSl LOt8I I tile young or tho old tlian absolute James Illckok, UiNtcninu wont In lEST ROY
AT-L. W fraukiii'HS of and drove team tho for
I Ir and opunnoan nature an ox on plains AL'I
I taut transparency of characterliluli! Majoifi< & Russell In 18110.( Ho subHe-

r ( DeLand, Florida. lets us see the best and the worst III quontly engaged! himself to the overland

Will Practice In State and Federal them, their strong and their weak stngo company Btoilc IcnTleruiid

Courts. for Infants and Children. points without any effort lit concealment was put In charge of n nev slugo" station Baking \

ou Hock creek, near Lho old MoKuudliis }
I STEWART & BLY, .. .r Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric Everybody admires the open hearted station which w..s: (generally .
Drops anti It lit Pleasant. It
Sootliliifj Syrups.
the people who have nothing to known as Robbers'! Ilooxt.! This was 4
contains) neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nurcotldubstaiice. :
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness! concaal, and who do not try to cover the headquarters for tho McKandlns ij

in Bank Building, DELAND. It cures) Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth up their faults and weaknesHcs Theyare I' gang a crowd that had held together Ma.k Cleeun
I liifT Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the us a rule, larged hearted tuu since the :Missouri-Kaunas border ruffian s Brewed

: Branch office over Pratoffice DAYTONA Rtomach' and Dowels, giving; healthy ant natural Bleep. magnanimous. They Inspire love and days and generally hud things

The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. confidence and by their very frankness their own way. A man named Klcklln,
BERT and simplicity, Invite the SnIDe and a number one stage hand 1, was the ?

The Kind You Have Always Bought qualities In others.Becretlvenosa superintendent. lIe tried to buyout With Royal Baking Powder there is j

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW repels as much as the McICandlas station; !but falling in

'. i Bears the Signature of frankness attracts. There Is sonic, this he built a new one near !by, putting no mixing with the hands, no sweat of <

Florida. thing/ about the very Inclination to conceal young Ilk-Uok In charge. Up to
I DeLand, J or cover up which urousoa BUS that time lie hud never experienced the brow. Perfect cleanliness J
for Examining
Special Facilities !!? greatest
picion and distrust. We cannot have trouble with any one and was not like-
and Perfecting Land Titles.J .
the same confidence In people who ly to have friction, especially with the facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. \

BALL BRUMSEY .. # .. possess this trait. no matter how !good old station keeper, MvKnndlus, or Ills .

they may seem to be as In frank men. I

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT In Use For Over 30 Years. sunny natures Dealing with these In the winter of 1800-01 McKandlas!. I Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"

-t..' .......u. a OMPNV. VaMUNRA Va ...... ". e''... accretive people Is like traveling on a and his nephew and four other men I book for '
LAW : all kinds
.L tauecoach on a dark nlirht. ThereIs passed by the new station on horse- making of bread, biscuit and cake \

;;: _, n. __ ___'''__ buck, leading. old who I with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis '
nu to address.
Will Practice in all State and Federal I always a feeling of uncertainty. man was I any ;
Courts Animal Oils In Medicine.. Cnr. Kh>nni.tlnra lad C.t.rrh-Modlel., lent We may come out all right, but them afoot. They hud a rope around the

DELANO FLORIDA. The nuinbui- of nuluiiil oils und fate Fr .. Is a lurking fenr of some pitfall or old follow's neck and occasionally they ROYAL BAKING POWD'K CO.. Ion WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK. ''I I

Office over Flaher'a. Drug Store. lIHOCI In medicine ore extremely nu Send no money-simply write and unknown danger ahead of U9Yo would take a few turns around the ___ j|
merous. Luige quantities of oil are : try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense. are uncomfortable because of the un horn of the saddle, make a run on the ,

:j L. MCCRORY, obtained In 'ullllloliia, from the mutton I Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) certainties. They may be all right rope und jerk the old man down and THE WORD "HOODLUM." SOUTHERN RAILWAY'S,

bird and used ns a liniment for I kills or destroys the poison in the and may deal squarely with' us but drug him on the ground until he was

rheumatism, while the fat of the blood which causes the awful aches In the trouble Is that we are not sure nearly dead. The only spite they bad :3f.n and Ineldent From' Whish || MAGNIFICENT TRAINS.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. frigate \bird IM suld to bo an excellent I back and shoulder blades, shifting and cannot trust them. No matter agaInst him was that he was a North Sprung In Baa Fr..I....
I pains, difficulty\ in movingfingers
Hpoclllc for sciatica. Cod liver oil Is I toes or leg, bone pains swollen how polite or gracious a secretive per- Methodist preacher. If Wild Bill was "Hoodlum," the word which baa Double Daily Service Between
DeLand, Florida.J too well known to beer more than ,'des and joints of rheumatism, mus'j I son may be, we can never rid ourselves anything he was an abolitionist and found place in the vernacular of the local

E. ALEXANDER, mention, and the oil got from the : foul breath. hawking, spitting. droppings of the feeling that there Is n free soller and loyal to the United lexicon Is well understood to apply Jacksonville and New York.

dtigong. an aquatic monster related I j in throat, bad hearing, specks motive behind his grnclousnefts.! anti States. The :McKnndlus crowd was to a class of objectionable young Effective November
to tile whale tribe, has. a high repututlon I' (lying before the eyes, all played otit that he has an ulterior purpose In planning to make a raid on several stations toughs who have no respect for sex. Sunday, 6th,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. as n mibntlluto! for that obtained I feeling of catarrh. Botanic Blood view. lie Is always more or lens of to secure the stock and go south. age or the rights of decent people and the double Southern Railway Inaugurated/

iiN; from the smaller fry of the cod. From Balm has cured hundreds of cases of an enigma because be goes through They told young Illckok they would no sense of what Is proper or becoming Jacksonville dally and train New service between 'I
York and the
:30 40
In ) Block. or after doctors
I Office UeLand Florida. Mix to fourteen gallons of this medicinal hot springs years and standing patent medicines had life wearing' a mask.. lie endeavorsto tako the stock. lIe replied that he in the character of him to whom the I East Trains Nos 33 and 84 "New York

Will Practice in ,State and Federal oil can be taken out of a single all failed. Most of these cured patients hide every trait that Is not favorable would be theie. epithet is Justly applied hoodlum today & Florida Express," were established

Courts. animal. had taken Blood Balm as a !last: to himself. Never- if he can helpIt Wheu they returned late in the evenIng a criminal tomorrow. on same schedule as last year.

resort. It Is especially advised for do we get n glimpse of the real two stopped at the corral two While the meaning of the term la No 34 will leave TackaonUHe at 8.0: ..
D' JOHN MACDIAHMID, John nrlirht'e apeeehen., chronic deep seated cares. Impossible went to the front and two to the bock well understood by: the people few a. m taking connections from all

John Bright; Inul a curious method of I' for any one to sutler the agonies man.How different the man who comes door of the cabin or but. Illckok told there be who know the derivation of points in south Florida, also Miami\
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. guarding against liny failure of memory or symptoms of rheumatism or catar. out in the open who has no secrets them he would, shoot the first man who the word and how It came to be forced and points on the east coast, arrivingat / ..

l Office over Fisher's drug store. or language", In his public speeches. rh white or after taking Blood Balm who reveals his heart to us and who is took down the bars of the corral. The into our language It Is this: WashIngton at 1J:4.: "> a. m, and New

: Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, When he had to deliver a speech of It makes the blood pure and rich frank. broad and liberal! How quickly elder McKandlas fired at Illckok, but It was In 1872, when the Odd Fellows York 4.14; p. m.Southbound .

and7tohp.m. tinportiiiH-o he wrote a sort of essay on thereby giving-a Jiealthv blood supply. be wins our confidence! How we all mUsed him. Illckok returned the lire held a picnic at Redwood City. train No. 3:1: will leave
C j FLORIDA. the subject and tore It up. He then Cures arc: permanent and not a patching with a rifle nnd shot :McKandlns In New York at 3:25: p. m., and arriveat
I DELAND. up. Sold at drug stores, $ 1 love and trust hlmle! forgive him On that occasion a gang of toughs Jacksonville
per at 7:40: the following
wrote another and treated It In the large bottle. Sample of Blood Balm for many a slip or wankness because the heart. The next shot from Hlckok "butted In" with the otherwise orderly day, delivering pm.connections
:2)B.) O. A. DAVIS, same way. and finally third. In this sent free and prepaid, also special' he is always ready to confess his faults killed the nephew, and the two fell at attendance. Among the gang who fur all points In south )Florida, also

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, way: be considered that be bad not only: medical advice by describing your and to make amends for them. If be the front door. Just then the two at went from San Francisco was one points on the cast coast.

exhausted his own thoughts upon the trouble and writing Blood Balm Co. i has bad qualities they are always In the back door opened fire. One shot whose name was Hood Lummlx. Mature These trains will be operated solid

{; DELAND, FLO1UUA. matter In hand, but had gained such a Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for Right and we are ready to nuke allowances !- from a double barreled gun lodged would seem to have bad a farcical with llrbtclasa day coaches. between

Office at residence Indiana avenue, command over the language In which Blood Balm is better than a thousand for them. His heart Is sound seven full grown buckshot Into Illck- part In the creation of the original Jacksonville and Washington and

next to Court House. 1 It could be expressed that be could nov printed testimonials so write at once. I I. and true; his sympathies are broad and ok's right side nnd breusttwo of which hoodlum for Hood Lummix was a Pullman drawing room sleeping cars

Office Hours: 9 to 19, 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. :I er be at a loss for the right word. -The-..;1-;.. L.oeomollo. la-M.I;. -- active. The very qualities he possesses I entered his lungs. The two men who j most peculiarly formed creature. CluniBy between Jacksonville- end' 1 NVw Viti-tr" ,
stopped at the corral came to the usslstance I ; Dining canJuw" .serve; all meal eu
MRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. The first locomotive used in the frankness and simplicity-ore conducive big footed, with a big mouth and
WANTEDMen state of Maine cuuie from England, to the growth of the highest of the two men ut the house. I IIllckok I protruding teeth, thick lips, a big bushy route.A .

1 having bevti built at tho works of Robert manhood and 'Womllnllood.-SucceSIl. was then In a baud to bund bend of hair of a dirty brick color, slight change will be made In the
PHYSICIAN;; SURGEON. and women in this county and fight with' four men. He killed three standing out like the quills on a porcupine schedule of trains No,. 2V and 30
SK-phonson Se Co. in the 1835 I
adjoining territories, to representand year of them in the house and wounded the this almost malformed "New York & Florida Limited. "
uuJ m.uto Us first trip the ETIQUETTE.
Office on East New York Avenue, advertise an old established OMtown and Milton railroad over Bangor, other so badly that he died on the as is usual, attracted the atten- No. Si), which now leaves Jacksonville -
on Aug. prulrlo.-Denver Field nnd Farm.Dl.oov.rtng I at 7:45: p. m will be changed to
FLORIDA. house of solid financial standing. A his tion of a lot of rowdies) who
DELAND. / 10, lC 37. 'ILls road was then generally gentleman always rises from young leave Jacksonville at 7:09: p. m.
. Salary to men 921 weekly, to women known ns the "Voa/.le road" nnd the chair when a lady enters or leaves the picked upon him as being an easy No. 29
I due arrive
A. S. MUNSON the Kangaroo.In now to at Jacksonville -
I DIt. (12 to fIB weekly with Expenses ad- track win made of wooden rails room, the year 1770 Captain Cook sailed guy for a day's sport. Go where be at 11.25: a m., will be changedto

i vanced each Monday bv check direct ktrnpppcl with Iron. 'J'beJllcidl's/ used | On a man's visiting card only titles Into Botauy buy la his ship the En might, he was followed by a gang who arrive at Jackaonvllle at U a. m.

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. from headquarters. Horse and buggy to connect the online, and cars were that indicate a rank or profession for deavor. A foraging or exploring party hooted and yelled and. In brief made Dining cars will also be placed on .
furnished when necessary: position made of three thicknesses of sole or life should be used. things .unpleasantly lively during the trains Nos. 13 and 14. "Cincinnati &
Office Second Door South of Fisher's permanent. Aodress. Blew Bros. &, belt leather hula together by copper j At a ball one may: not refuse a certain brought buck of to him thu news of the day, but more particularly the afternoon Florida Limited," between Jacksonville
and form
Drug Store. Co., Uept. A, Monon Bldg., Chicago, rivets and had a hole In e.ieh end so as dance to one gentleman and then discovery a new strangely when the steam beer commencedto and Jecup, serving breakfast
i t OFFICE HOURS 10 to 1- a. m.; 3 to 5 Ill ed animal. It was described as mouse do Its work. nouthbound and northbound.No .
I ti> hook over an upright stationary pin dance It with another. supper
colored 1 In hue and of the sUe of I Igre
andto8p.m. a
I The amusement of the .
DeLand Florida. lioltoJ, or driven Into a rigid beam ex-1 A letter to a married woman is directed gang did not 13, which now leaves Jacksonville
hound. But that which
I struck
-,-- .- tending from tho end of the car. It Is'' with her husbands name or Initials ) confine Itself to the picnic grounds. On at 7:55: p. m will be changed to
JOHN REEVE, I sukl that Tor n time the engine Cook's men as most singular was Its the contrary they went outside broke leave Jacksonville at 7:45: p. mOn .
DR was run and her own-as, :Mrs. Thomas K.Olbbi .
CASTOR I movement "It sprang 01' leaped with into orchard. and flower destroying November ISth "Jacksonville
gardens, a
la opposition to six team
I a ox employed or :Mrs. T. R. Glbba. .
I groat swiftness, by the aid of Its long & Kansas Pullman
I valuable! property, and finally City" drawing
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, For Infant and Children.: by a Bangor lumber dealer who To be polite to one we dislike Is not hind limbs," while the possession of a I wound the room sleeping car line will be estab-
up day by shooting a valuable -
I was not willing to pay the rates necessarily being insincere. Politeness strong tall was also noted. On July I' : lished. Cars will be handled on trains
Office In store recently occupied by I The Kind You Have Always Bought charged; on the railroad, and It wa. Is not so much a manifestation toward 14 a Mr. Uoie, one of Cook's party, horse belonging to a rancher. This Nos. 13 and 14, via Macon, Atlanta,
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408() West not until the of the line last act was more than the sheriff of
? others as an Indication of what we shot a kangaroo, the name by which Birmingham Memphis, and will be
New York Ave.DeLand I Bears the /7J J" I ISlp&tlU'eot came to what he considered fair are ourselves. We owe It to ourselvesto the animal was. known to the natives.At San Mateo was prepared to stand and the only through car service between
Florida. charges that bo turned his truffle as a result he bugged a couple of dozenof Jacksonville and Kansas City.
over be well bred.
tbolr dinner on Sunday, July 13,
I I I It. II IIto the chief offender. Wheo the cases This will
_ On formal occasions no nankin rlnarsappear 1770, they dined oil kangaroo Joint and j create an additional
before the of the
U. H. D. BKACEY came Justice
up peace
0) -------- : bleepIng car facility between Jacksonville
on the table and the napkin Is pronounced the moat to be excellent
Too Candid. In Nutare. Wonderland.. In Redwood each and every one of the and Atlanta. liy this arrangement -
used but the once. At the home dinner As 1711 however I
eating. early 1111 a
:Miss! High'uiJ think Miss! Globetrot There Is but one Grand canyon. The accused laid the entire blame on Hood oassengers can occupy Kansas
4 DENTIST. the napkin If not too soiled should be Dutch traveler Australia of the
ought to be ashamed of herself. nome should never have boon given to Lummlx. Poor, simple minded Hood City car at Atlanta until 6L: (!> a. m.
placed In the ring to be used again at name of De Ui-uiiis hud captured a
Office! second McLaurlne Block. She says she found tile paintings of lesser gor oj. The voi7 fact that there /got six months In jail, and in sentencing -
story breakfast or luncheon. kangaroo which lie took to Batavia
Florida. the old musters dreadfully stupid. Miss I is n so vailed Grand canyon In Colorado him the justice, who was very Seeded. Another Barrel.VLen .
DeLan 'a"\lp-Su do many, others. Miss I l In misleading. "The Oraud canyonof alive so that Cook practically rediscovered much displeased that he could not send \ ( Vnn Bliimrr ciinio lip from the

. t yGLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT, Hlghup-Yes. but Rile says so. Colorado" does not sound much different Freedom to Worship God." the family. |I IAn the entire gang to state prison delivered .cellar miyu Harper's llu/uir/ be told bill
One of the conditions which promote wife he wanted her to do him a favor."I .
from be Grand canyon of the a lecture to the offenders, in
between the states of the United InneveMNary" DlNtlnctlon.
A Hint to Hendqtiartere. Colorado." hence many people con peace which he said: "I now warn you to want you to she the cook a mea
i |3 B. Wilson, Bert Fish, Head of the 111'11I-1 don't see bow fuse them. States Is that wherever aty citizen The two expressions "by and by" and keep out of this county; we want no age for me," he added.
be he Is tree to enjoy whatever "by the bje" ore really derived from
may "
Manager. Actuary. you are going! to support a wife on The canyon of the Colorado river more of Hood Lummlx: or his gang to "'hatr Inquired Mrs. Van Blumer,
: form of ho lie the I'lglnlll01' 1 and tho words"by"
,I religion prefers. maybe same () < ,
fanr present unlary.' Smart Clerk- which flows through Arizona, forms visit us." Hence the word became coined a trifle anxIously .
, Abetractors of Titles. Neither I. air.-"Lniidon, Punch. the !boundary: line between that territory a Christian Mohammedan or pagan and "bye" bare the same general by dropping the last syllable of the "Tell her-ask her, I mean"-eaid

\ 10n W. Indiana Ave., DeLand. Fla. and California and then emptiesinto as h. pleases only he must preserve sense But the spelling "bye" baa long name making the word as now used Van Blunter, "not to put the broken
the peace and live a decent life. World been used in the second of these. china Into the ash barrel. I really
tho gulf of California. "hoodlum. -San Francisco Call.
.; HOWARD peace will be unspeakably promoted If phrases without any real reason for the ashMatomllr '
;i. ALFRED It Is the In the world.In must have some place to put -
: gorge the We should not of
there! prevails such a system of world change. spenk es-n
." It 3,000 of the wonderful gorges of law that when a man goes Into any a bye law or a.bye path, and yet many ETIQUETTE.A .

SURVEYOR TAKE the state of Colorado could be burled. part of the world be will be free to are careful to write "by the bye" and Ihr

-: With Its tributaries many of which worship G<> .
DeLand, Florida. havo never yet been explored. It would Other liberties now not known In all some reason for keeping the final d4 ted. "Yes. They were both too shy to get

REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF WIN110l'CARDUI reach if all the canyons were placed countries may be expected In the growing "e." since It stands for the word ")'e" Politeness does not mean stiffness of marriott""Whatr

CITY one I after another, nearly ambnd the toleration and homogeneity of the In the shortened form of "God be with manner, but on the contrary, ease of

"orld.-I"ou Track News. world.-R. L. Brldgnmu In Atlantic. ye;" but where so much has been manner. "Well you see, he waG say of money -

E.: H. HAYWARD Tn. daeer man. dropped the "e" Is hardly worth keep On the visiting card the day for receiving and she got shy of him when she

Fossil ing especially ns the old meaning is la engraved or written In the found it "
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance Of ull forms of temper there Is none Charm of HuDtlna out. -Philadelphia Ledger.
One of the charms of the fossil hunt seldom recalled.-St. Nicholas. lower left band corner.
Company of America-The Aetna. more tlreaomo to deal with than that
City property a Specialty. which In known as "queer." Down er's life Is tho variety, the clement of After one has finished eating, the Rennrtoo.

No 803. Boulevard. DeLand, Fla. AT HOMEAre comes: a bolt from the blue in the certainty combined with the gambling Red lisle and Son.trok. knife and fork are placed close together "Age before beauty" said Falstaft ''
Nobody ever heard of a red headed of the he to enter before the
midst of apparent gunahlno. nnd a sudden element of chance. Like the prospector across the center plate. aa attempted
for the fossil hunter man being sunstruck. Why a red bend prince.
gloom and moroseness hide our gold may pass The old tashloued practice of folding ,'
you a sufferer? friend completely from our view. An suddenly from tho extreme of dejection should afford any protection from the over the right side of the Visiting card "No, grace before meat," said the ..

Injured attitude Is assumed a mar. to the extreme of elation. Luck conic rays of the HUH or give Its owner Immunity to show It has been left in person IK prince gently: aa be pushed him from ,

Has your dodor bun uruucceuful tyr's halo carefully pinned on, and ; In a great variety; of ways, sometimes from one of the most singular no longer observed. his path.-Life. J
? the result of and deliberate affections that humanity Is heir to Is I
as prolonged
.- happy, everyday life becomes an Impossibility Before making a call on a lady, u
Wouldn't you prefer to treat People who want to be scientific search In a region which one of those mysteries that even the gentleman must first receive an Invltii- ...14.r.t. c..... .
doctors cannot fathom, but the fact Mother-See here Tommy, heir often -. 1
AT HOME Is known to be foaslllfprous, sometimes ;
younelr and
loved or even liked should never be Son to do so, or he miut first ask ,'
In such a prosaic manner as the dig- remains that men with red hair can : do you want toe to speak to you! ,!
difficult. Society fans not time, even If receive her permission to come.
Nearly/: 1,500,000 women have ging of a well.-Century.Improvident stand almost any amount of exertion Tommy: -I'll leave It all to you, ma.
bought Wine ot Cardui from It bad the inclination to study their At the table the knife .hi held la the
Co.t mos-yI.I&mevS5vS In or out of doors during the hottest Ton know what's beat.-lAaIle's Week-
III IiSfISfltlN5.s.dIUppoIntm.flI. ,their druggists and have cured idiosyncrasies and play up to all their hand aa little aa possible, being used .
S M... weather mid never fee) any serious results '7. j
home of such
themselves at Dotty, prejudices. The passionate and only when it la necessary to cut the
7.s,.the$tandard 5. troubles as periodical, bearing "My husband Is the most extravagant from It-St. Louis Globs-Demo : _ '
1904 the Is of
Sold by .11 4..I.vI. even sulky temper forgiven sooner food. For the majority vegetable
down and ovarian pains loucorihoea man. walled little Mrs Bargain. cra t. I
barrenness than the difficult one and Is perhaps bunt. the tinea of the fork may be used In- -.. ... ..-.
more possible to cure.-Edith II. Fowler stead of the knife.Rooee The best Is mad.
D.M.uaYaco.. dixzineu, nausea and despondency "Yes?' said the sympathetic friend. 5.n.ltiv.. very writing paper
Deft'oft. Mieb.. ) ,caused by female weaJmeu.I In London Mall. "Yes. He paid $2 for' a bat when I The Groom (at the first hotel)-It's I of rags, but even with the higher

I Those are not easy cases. by: looking< around for a day or two no use, Clara j we cuu't bide it from Old .. the World. grades there la a certain percentage of
Wine of Cardui. cures when the Lovely Liverpool ........ be could probably have got: one for people that we are newly married. The Rose culture's beginning/ back wood pulp, and the product which

W.promptly obtain C. B. and toningPATENTS doctor, can't. Can you or your readers give any 91.08."Plttsburg Post. Bride< -What makes you think so, beyond reuoida. The flower la mentioned cornea of this combination hi it anything i't'
? Wine of Cardni dow not lrrt explanation of the remarkably heavy George, dear? The Groom (dejectedly In the earliest Coptic manu superior In looks to the paper
tate the organs. There i la no pain percentage of splendidly handsome I". scripts.. India's traditions take the made from For bank not
In the treatment. It ii a soothing. The felt DIdnt 1.1*. : )-Wliy. the waiter has brought us wholly rags.
tonio of healing herbs,free front ,\j riles to be teen In Liverpool's city thoroughfares "Are you sure that my daughter/ fn- rice pudding. row u. the tluwa of the cod on earth.Csypt paper only clean new linen raga are
strong and draatlo drugs. It is I 1 When I lay handsome, I Yon your suit?" hud roses, wild and tam, before acceptable. Nothing but Unan will suffice -

successful: became it cores in a refer Dot only to facial beauty, but "Vfcll. no, she doesn't. But I promIsed Enough. Said. the Itoiiiuu occupation: mad It, laa and the clipping from men' '

8nd model,KetaH or pboa of Invention lorTor natural way.Wine also to symmetry of form ami perfect I'd go to mother' tailor as soon First Passenger (promenading on the way. Koine's commercial roes garden. shirts form a considerable per cent of,

froereportonniitontnDllliT frv book, of Cardul ean be bought physique. Walk from the Central station as I axed things. with you."-Cleveland deck of a liner hi lulUoconn, to second Yet curiously enough there .* no reference the, raw material. A .good deal...too ,

pSZnu ima TRADE-ffARKS to from your 'druggist at 91.00 a via Lord street to, say, the LandIng Plain Dealer. passenger, leaning disconsolately! to the Dower IA painting enlp- cornea from Ireland which can always .4

bottle and yon can begin this stage, any day .In the week and against tho Mil! )-nnve you dined!T &.-. tare or hieroglyphics./ Japan la our be reUed on to famish toe beat beD

4- treatment today. Will you try It1' you will behold< a phalanx of superb ills Worldlr Qoo.... ond Fasscnrw (dejectedly; ) On Uir time parallels Egypt, ttosea OoarUb\ In the world., When ;yon reflect oa the)

GA5NOW I.._ inIv4..p.s.ldJI'sIol. r womnubood. I am a Manchester man De Fly-Were you ever held up? e"Dtrory.-lJllrprr'C! '''','ekl,.. there, but do not surve a* a motif for length of time a piece of paper money.

,"_' 4._...,"..,,.el.lne DOpL spmpoa.TbU, ,TN VSMjanueesI.i1IIla L.dIsI I by birth and sentiment, but I must confess 1lnlnwIlY1:1.: was rcl.'ovo.l! of nil ai-tlsu.' There this further likeness .lasts and the Immense amount of handling ",,
OPPOSITE us p iTfwi arnc*. 0.. "....- Ii our .clty can produce nothing to 1 had. De fly-Where was It? uta:.:". One of the nont: Important assets ira neither' Eeypt! nor Japan has a roe* it gets It will be readily seen that .tor.I r.\.a

WASHINGTON. DC compare with Liverpool'battalion of way: -At the altar.-Detroit 1I'n' bunli'f-n, la politeness.-Atclilsoii song or-a- love song proper.-Chicago no Inferior element can enter Into Its) ;;Hr4liQaIwswDto4 .

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YOLUSIA:; : COUNTY RECORD. ROOSEVELT SWEPT TilE ELEU'ION AT KeLANl! ). ALL OVER' THE COUNTY returned Capt Graves from Eau and Claire Mr and, WI"Mrs. to Flnney their! ..:\:_:.:.:...:..:.c...:.:.=...:.:_:.:.:_:.:.c_:.:.=_:.=...:.:_:.:......:...:.':.Ji'c,Ji--::=:.:_:.:.:_:.:.:...:..:.:_:.:.:_:.:.=...:..:.c._:.C'_:..c...:.:.cV'...:..

A Perfect Day but Only a Modern! winter home here last Friday. Mr .
'l'ElIUOF INTEREST WAFTED TO Coutls also arrived on..Friday and i Is $. WATTS & MILLER S:
The result national Vote Polled. the guest of the Orange City Hotel for' ,
Entered: In the Po.offlne at DoLand. Pinan .., the winter. 'I ,
seoood olam" matter. A democratic nomination in Floriilit< \,Itil
election was a surprise to even for State and county office. Is eqniva. Mrs M B Herrick who baa been sick $

the republicans themselves and ; lent to an election .nd tbe election Inn -- for the past, eighteen months, passed :: HARDWARE? FURNITURE t tUt
B. E. I'KEVATT, Editor ft; Proprietor Tuesday simply ratltteJ the wishes at Pierson.Dr away last Monday at 9 o'clock p m jj til g
... certainly a great appointment the democratic party ax e"pre88ed it Funeral services were held in the Congregational ; ;
-- The ii church
-- -- day wan .
the snmmer primary. on Tuesday p m
Now the election is over to to the democrats, who were con- perfect one and panned without incident George Kerr had a professional The burial was at Orange City oeme :
go 230 votea were rant In this precinct unc call to Putnam county last Thursday. $
work and do something for your fident of carrying a sufficient about 00 republicans voted. and the HOclnlist The Harper brothers cent forward tery.Mr John McConmlck ha gold two
ticket received two or tlin-a, vote, hundred acres of land east of \Hi J A LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURNT- Hifi
State county and section.Florida number of the doubtful states to 83 <'I'IIItS of encumbers an The ballot was four feet In lunRth. and to market Tuesday. has also gold two and one half acres \' tnitnre and Everything for your home'.the Best and Latest in iffy '/
i insure Parker's election. it took the inspectors moot the nlerlH to I formerly an orange. grove ou the corner the Market and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the *. }
must prepare to take count them. Notice the vote Wolfe the ]Metmrs Hiram Ashley and James of Graves and Thorpe Ave to Mr Var If/ fine class of Goods we carry. HOnr Furniture Department is three \,'
care of the largest number of Every doubtful State went for Ddepeuaent received. The DoLan, vote Hughes logging at Lake Helen, spent ney, a gentleman from Maine. Mr kldoom north of our Hardware Store and when in need of anything in iti)
in KS follows: Sunday at this place. Varney will build a bourn on the northeast JTonr, lines we will take pleasure In showing you through either depart-.
visitors the coming winter that Roosevelt] by record breaking Democratic electors [average.. ) .147 DE M Cox, the hustling representative portion, facing on Thorpe Ave. W ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy you or your \1''

ever visited the State. majorities, New York giving Republican .. .. ,)7 of the Southern Express Co. was among ||i money back.: \J/'JHi
... .. 4 l1j'fE
Populist the guests of this plnce Friday soliciting FEOM E. I". S. .
Careful Attention all Mall Orders.Ii
him large majority as it given #
Tom Watson has as gave For Cong reas shipments for liiu company.W .

evidently McKinley. The only crum of Clark .. ...... . .. .. .. 15Clieney < W Powell Frank Pnrdoni and Jim Stetson Takes First Game for .Collegiate U
enough of a desire to run for .. .... . . .... .. . 51( Turner treated, the Pierson people to Football Cap. U jjj UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. '

Preident. lie was hardly knownin comfort the democrats get; is the Wood .. .... .. .. .. ... '". 1 three horse races Saturday through Depot k-ij Mr. J. A. Stith A graduate \.i. I
For Governor and Bishop avenues to rent-spot. In W. of of tbe finest _ .
the racejast Tuesday.Don't election ofV.. L. Douglass the first game of the year for the one Embalming -
_._ Broward .. . .. . . . .. .. .IB'MucFarlane Sir Hejinond Moody one of Em- collegiate. football cup. Stetson UnIver. \,1 Schools of the country is in _ _ \1)'
--- governor!; of Massachusetts, ... . .. .. .. ..... GI:! )|lorla's foremost upright< citizenn was sity defeated East Florida Seminary by jkj charge of this department and "i
forget to plant you a Supreme Court Justices tntnHucting business in town Fridayand a score of 16 to 0 at thin place last Fri will rive prompt and careful _ .
orchard next month and though; the State went for lioose- making his weekly shipment. day nfternooa, \'i attention to every detail of this ",
peach B Fenwick Taylor .. . .. .IB'Oockrell ? egg work.
January. You will find 'velt by 80,000( majority. The . . .. . .. ... .. .. .1116 1 Those popular old friends W II Gainesville kicked off and Stetson l'k-I ill
during ShKchleford . . .. .. .. .1116 Woodttrd and wife of Bakersbnrg. took the ball and returned it for a good Hi; Funeral \\ti
the peach industry a profitableone. South remains solid, her 151&>1 \Vhitfield.. ... . .. . .. ,. .131: terminated awenk'H outing with a son advance and in six minutes on bucks Supplies _

electoral for l'arker. Adams .,. .... . . .... 44 and daughter at New Smyrna Monday. I and tackle runs scored a touchdown. 'ty Always in Stock. 'T
votes going ,Axtell .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. (Iltl< I Stetson made her second touchdown \I \,I
All theSouthern States gave; democratic I.'arr ., . .. . .. ... 37 Two handsome young ladies the aorompHmied from the;; thirty-five-yard line by . ..........._.,.'._...............''i1............................. .........._................._
Hon. Frank Clark, the man cf For Secretary of State public Rchonl teachers, Miss\ straight.line bucks in- the first :half ,._::" ::" ::" ::" ::" ::" ::" .J/I/::" :::::::" ::" .' .-,::=11'

destiny, will win, his laural at majorities, Florida's beIng Crawford. . .. .. . . .. ,147IIorr. were Nella In Mann this and place her Saturday sister Miss shopping Annie. Dnnsen.. Pounds, Wilder and Botts go- .. -----

Washington as the representative near 20,000. The republicanswill ... ... . .. . ... ... 00Varrott ( ana Kneels of Mrs Jake Harper. ing through advances. the soldier boys' line for
... ... .. .. ... .. .. 1 long every time they made an
of the people of the 2nd still retain control of both General rapt 0 H Jones of East Pierson has attemptIn
Attorney the second
half McIIvaiue with
had erected a nice commodious fruit
Congressional District in the branches of probably Ellis.. ..... .. . .. .. .141Uubberl ( iiacking house, near his residence on splendid interferencit. made a BpectRcu-
halls of Congress. congress v. .... ... . . ... 4( Washington Ave, where ho has a forceof lar run of forty yards on a short end
by a slightly increased majority. Green .. ... .. .. .. ... ... 2 hands pocking his orange crop. |>lay, making the third touchdown for

It is now Governor Napoleon leuce they will be in complete For Comptroller Mrs Capt J J Bishop one of the most Stetson.Gainesville. lost the ball
Croom: .. ... ... . .. .. ... .145Broberif accomplished Indies of Bakersbnrg downs and fumbles and frequently on
_..P. Broward. May his administration control of the national government .. .. ... . . '". ... 4 spent the past week visiting her parents was never in serious Stetson's goal ,
redound to the peace, pros- for another four Skipper .. .. .. . . .... 4(1( Mr and Mrs U J Bishop and her daughter The soldier boys are danger.a fine team but _
and happiness of all the years. For State Treasurer Miss Gertrude, who is going to not quite as heavy. as the Stetson team

perity The prosperous condition of Kaott.. ..... .... . ... . .144Urelsford school in DeLand.A which showed up in fine shape.: The _
people of Florida, and let every ... .... . . .. 4Wetzel B Newton of Winter Garden. who home team has been practicing and it l is
citizen do what he can to make the> country, and the inclinationof .. .... ... .. .. 1 l mrchased the excellent grepefruit and, now In condition to down any team tn _
of Public Instruction L Pierson the State. !Several!! received bruises las
from N of this
the for in Superintendent orange crop
such conditions exist. people no ,
happy Friday afternoon but
Hollowav. ... .. . .. . .. H4 ilace has a crowd of hands under R HIteasuer Charlie none seriously. /
the administration, had a great O'Neal.... .... ... .. . .'. 1 5Resler 0 packing and snipping the sime.: lend and Campbell knocked received a kick on the
Every indication points to the .. . .. ... . .... .. 2 They sent forward one car load Saturday was himself unconscious There bu.
coming winter as the most pros- deal to do with the surprising Wolfe. . .. ...... . .. . .. 19 and Wednesday., large was soon crowd out to again.see the came was, the a
esults.] III addition to this] the For Commissioner of AgricnHnreMcLln A rattle snake, which was declaredto stores losing for the afternoon.
perous tourist season the State ... .. .. .. . . . 145 : be one of the biggpst of its kind seen LOW FUEL
has ever had. Many are already republicans had millions of dol. Fettit .. ... ... .. .. :. .... . 4Rawley. lu these parts for a long time, was
.. . .. .. . .... 87 captured and killed by Jake Harper. DILLS
coming, and the railroads and lars from the trusts to perpetuate For Railroad Commissioner whilo on his rounds delivering goods ZUNI FAMILY LIFE.A .

steamer lines are preparing to their party in power. Morgan. ...... . .. ... ..,14UUitchle Friday near Emporia.. His unake blplDea.ured Villa*. Look Like .. Hoc.HIT oftlmr are what make genuine DETROIT STOVE WORKS fuel saving;
handle the big: crowd. ... .. .... .. .. .... ..... 41 6 feet (0 inches long and ; on a laaar. Kaoll. Stoves
Whether it is for the best in- carried 13rllttlesIgnm'ance Jewel and Ranges
For Representative to the Lrgislatnie The little half civilized children of

The Japanese are the greatest terest of the country or not all Smith .. ... ... ...... .... .. .142Bparkman is the signboard through Zuni ao aroused our curiosity that we the cheapest stoves in the world no matU-r! what you pay. As for
I .. .. the avenue of selfishness; it l is broad and drove prices, we know we can satisfy and to tJ.l anJ
.. .. .. 143Hyden through forty miles of sand and you as : you satisfy:
farmers in the world. If the : good citizens must accept the result .... ... ..... .. .... . 18 late long and double lined with malice, sagebrush from the railroad at Fort yourself. We sell and recommend Jewels.:

same percent of the lands of the with the hope that l'resi-- Story... .. .. .. ...... .. .. ... .. 12 'umer, spite is near and keep envy.quiet;When when the troubleIs de. Wlngate, to pay them a visit AM the

United States was under cultiva- For Sheriff brewing keep still; when the slanderer Indians do not provide for travelers! we WATTS & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA

dent Roosevelt will give the peo- Tamer.. .. .. ....... ..... . 173 talks hold jour tongue; when your took our hotel with us-tents, beds and
tion that Japan has, in propotionto ple a. good clean administration For County JndgeMcCrory. feelings are hurt hold your temper and food-and camped just outside their n___ _, _

territory, this country would .... ... ... .... ... . 109( you will soon see the lying tattler has Tillage. The village looks like a huge It................__MM--M..M>oMoMMMI'M M:JIII i4fr'
administration that will not the least spark of love in his con- ;
an redound beehive made of clay and tuck fast $
produce food products sufficientto For Clerk Circuit Court cience.

feed the world's' population. to the benefit and inter- Jordan. .. . ..... .. .. .. .. ITS W to the top of a sandy knoll. The hiveIs I WILLIAM KOLMON, I
W Powell of this place waR arraigned filled with a mass of cells 800 stogie
---- ests of all the The For Clerk Criminal Court before magistrate Jim Cad 's court side
people. rooms placed by Hide and piled la !Pealer in New and Second Hand Furniture
The great South Florida Fair rto1--. ..175 Friday on the charge of catching and. rows one on top of another.In J
Southern people wanted Roosevelt markinir an unmarked bOil in his owii I
For Assessor of Taxes
County each of these rooms lives 8 'Znnl

begins and there at Tampa will be Monday fine exhibits next, defeated first on account of Wilson I. .. .... .. .. .. . 173 ilextirs tI1"rk. S claimed E Leinmon in the and. Jake l indictment Minshewof bv family. There are no inside stairways DeLarm.d'arid_ Orange_ City. FHa. ,r_

from the South Florida countiesand his race views and secondly they Smith. .For... .Tax....Collector.. .... .. .. .174 over Barberville.in $100 bail Mr for Powell trial was in the bound De- boys leading and from girls story living to In story one but row If wish the We new have and stocked extensive both line our of stores beautiful, DeLand furniture and ,at which Orange we are City offering, witha I
For Treasurer
thousands of people will be believe> that his party is tied to Connty Land criminal court Deputy Sheriff JG to pay a visit to a house above them at rock bottom prices-In fact our prices are not duplicated in the '
Vinzant... .. .. .. .. .. ... . 184
Cade of East Pierson who is the they must go outdoors and climb a lad- I county. You have had good bargains at our Stores, but better ones I

there to see what South Florida the trusts, and thereby!can give Fish County... ..Superintendent. . ........ .of. ..School. ...173 assessor of a. safe level head made them'r..t der. On the slope between the village await you. I
] and assisted the court in the All kinds of Second hand household goods bought and sold. See
produces. Volusia will have a relief to the For Surveyor and the Zuni river are a number of :I

nice exhibit the other no people in pre- Drudy.... .. .. .. .. ... . 137 trial. small vegetable gardens each one In all our.goods. and get prices before buying elswhere.Hi .
among ... ............. .... J
venting these trusts from exacting County Board Public Instruction A most delightful Htrawride and surprise closed by a mud wall. ZunI has no -oJNc. .i1iJilM IIiofI 'iIoI illillli.Ulll.) JIiI 1oIHoIJoIro<<

counties. Chandler Diet. No.1.. .. ... ..l.6Causey : party was indulged in last Friday Inns. no shops, no saloons, not even ---_-.- -_ ::I J I

the outragious prices for the Dist. No. 3. .. .. ". . ICO light at the hospitable home of Mr and proper streets but only narrow alleys _._.,._.,._._.,._._.,.,._.,.,._.,._._._._._._.,.Ij
The present is necessaries of life they Knappe. Dist. No. 8.... ... . 147 Mrs W A McBride at Barberville, cornilnnentary that thread their way through the eccC'ce: : : :-: ::::-c-:: c-::cc: :-: e-: c-::=:-; r#:,:
orange crop produce. Wilson Dist. No. 8.. .. .. . . 15 and to celebrate a most
estimated at 1,800,000 boxes, There was no great issue between For Connty Commissioners welcome visit of several young ladies, strange town. As we walked through mill
and it is fair Brooke, Diet No. 1. ... .. ... . ISABond. relatives from Atlanta The: following' the village all the world came out to Never Before wHi
a estimate, for the the parties North. Before Dist. No. 9.. .. ... .160 switching little company of Pler on's see us. Girl. and boys; clustered on Wfj
drouth in the spring and summer the democrats can ever win McBride, Diat. No. 8. .. .. .. . .178Bodgere fairest flowers attended. : Miss. Resale the roofs or sat on the oveno-queer
the Dist. No. 4. .. .. .. .140Winn i"uren, our model school inarm Miss little cones of mud which seem to grow ,\ Have we carried a more flft O
injured crop at least one a national victory again there Dist No.4. ... .. .. .. 6 Jessie Ashley Miss Eula Farrell, Miss up out of the house tops-while fathers / Complete Stock of ((ti V
third. But the growers will get must be changed industrial, Murray Diet No. 8.. .. .... .148 Mary Pierson. and these handsome pro- mothers and babies peered oat
better prices by the For Justice of the Peace Dist. No. 4.Bradley possessing young gentlemen actel as. from dark doorways to stare at the
crop being financial and economic condi- .. .. . .. .... .. . .108 mcorts: Depot agent Bailey. the Harper visitors. When we bad finished our |!i f fM !i
short. Then the fruit this yearis tions, or issues that will touch For Constable Dist. No. 4. brothers, A O Harry and. George.BIrbervlJle'8 tour of the roofs and alleys we were

of better color and quality. the Edwards... .. .. ... .. .. .101 excellent school teacher, invited Indoors.
people more closely] than DeLand registered a negative vote iliss Nella Furen accompanied the hospitably Even there ; Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best 'f'if'
those Pierson party on the return to this the children followed us, and as we that made. take this
of the campaign just clos- against all the Constitutional amendinnnts is we want to you through depart- '
I; Little Lee county down south : save. the first two increasing the dace. glanced up at a hole in the celling ? meat of our Store You will find the goods you want and Min
has already sent to market I ed. Imperialism or the Panama terms of certain county officers and In. which served as a window a girl's (. at prices that 11CAN'T
; over If a place l is judged by the number
incident cut but little figure in Teasing school tax to seven mills.which laughing fnce filled the opening., We
: 60,000 boxes of oranges. Theyare received majorities of 60 and 68 re pect. of people who attend aviine 'worship must have looked strange enough In W BE DUPLICATED W
the recent The Pierson be town. The
campaign. Southern must a good
leaving Fort Myers by the Ively.. punctual Rev E A Hogearth of Fruit- our hats and gloves and long skirts. !f ." " ." ,., ;
train load. people, we believe, approveof --- and, in the absence of the regular Maria Brace Kimball In St. Nicholas.
At the
present rate !
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Mr. Roosevelt's action in pasLor> preacueu eon airounu goou Bel"1D0n" !. Undertakers and Embalmers !
most of the fruit will be marketed in the Bennett Mt Zion Baptist HOB. of That KB.. f
by Christmas. Those who hold securing the right for this VOLUSIA COUNTY. church Saturday:! anl, Sunday mornings<< ; "We bad been digging a drain to our
until late government to construct a canal Iso Rev A Stenwall at Miami arrivedhers' warehouse in Mobile," said the major Jj:} Full Line of Fine Goods >!} )
in the season will get; Some of the Precincts Gave and conducted divine
Wolfe Saturday
"and before going kome for( the nightI
across the isthmus. To the Southern hand.
much better prices for their service\ in the Swedish Lutheran church I I told our' porter Sam that he'd better !q\. Always on i85 !i\(
States will such a canal be of Not a Solitary Vote. Sunday morning and afternoon. He is
fruit than the tang out a red lantern as a caution to
price that will
"V rule from now until Christmas. the greatest benefit.As The Hollowav and Wolfe vote In Vontiia able reported sermons.to have Before preached the beginning two very of the public. He was absent for awhll J. F. ALLEN & CO. $
gives The Record
Americans let considerable his masterful discourses be held a and. then came back: to me to say;, .
us accept} local comfort. in a measure "We kyaut put out no red lantern,
when the 3nonths'
membership christening
The people of Florida the result cheerfully and alleviating its soreness over the defeat _aj _._.._
can as as old infant. son of Mr and. Mrs Majah Dlbbs.
ot Parker.
,; really give thanks this year for gracefully as the circumstanceswill liens[ Anderson and also the 6 mouths'old But why
Wolfe the candidate ..
was put up by son of Mr and Mrs II A Hansen: 'Knso I's bin to ebory grocery stob ----
: the good health,. blessings] and permit. In his every act he State Committee or a portion of it. were brought forward and Baptised In Mobile an' chary one o' 'em am jest .t,
T prosperity :which have to the'honor against the regular nominee, Holloway Rev Stenwall departed on the afternoon out o' red candles I
come at
peace, happinessand for State Snoerintendent of Schools present. Shall
train for his :\iiuuii home.
them. 'The State manufacturing prosperity of the American 'big' paper. and it alone in the county, go back an' ax 'em fur blue or green 1*" TILE! w. BOND co :
denounced A complimentary roll of honor for good
i, industries have been booming all people President Roosevelt will and the made action a hard of the fight State fur Committee the behavior of all soldiers is read out to Sifted Pearl. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ S

4 the year, and millions of capital receive. a. loyal and patriotic sup- democrats to repudiate the action ofthe the command on dress parade and I.kept is Some years ago tile sultan of !lulu! 5at Manufacturers of
committee by voting solidly for on record at army headquarters for learned that the 'I'"
coming i into!; the ,State yet to be port from the people of the ,Holloway. The bob tail stock: paper attbi. romotion to non-corn mitsislonel officers big profits.pearl He supplied werereaping his .e"

Ii., invested f the vegetables and Southland.MacFarlane. la place said that all the papers, of the oto. just as the Plerson school character! revenue collectors with sieves and ordered ; Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates Peach
eDnntv hllll 1&l.ntAOt thA .u.t4n n' .h roll of honorable and faithful study and
': fruit growers have cause to be committee- and- -that' The-:Record' .,)OIl, behavior that Is carried weekly by that all pearls found near Sulu : Crates Orange and Peach Baskets Straw-
] ..... __ .. ., :
f, thankful beat Broward in the only in tht "" ai..l.i. .h aT1.. nD.'D. W. .D must be tested In these sieves. Those
for the bountiful paper county making a '
t crops one precinct in Volusia, that of fool of itself in Its support of Holloway. T'b'e following; are the Domes, on the bat: dropped through were to be retained ; berry Baskets, etc. C 5
made and the good prices obtain Ormond.It 'be' resnli shows that The Record had honor roll for the week ending Monday. by the fishermen; those that remained '" ,,,,,,,,, :t

: ed for same; the. farmers have ot's of company in the county a number fcertoon, Nov 7tb: In the sieves wore to belong to : Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Any-
01 the precinct not giving Mr. Frank and. Annie Minshew Rudolph he: sultan for taxes. It nearly ruined =
mado. good field crops, and they appears upon the face of Independent Wolfe a wlatury vote. Arvid and Helmu Peterson Eugene La.me. the pearl fisheries. '" where. .... ."
; are receiving Rood prices for the the election returns that Roose. Here is thejway tbe precincts voted for Maggie! Mettle and Frankie Pier. :
All'. Holloway and the Independent. son John Bra<1ebaw, Annie and Isaac 'I'" : .
Ill Id. Of It.
cotton output. Florida and her velt has carried not only all the Powell := Address oil'
Precinct Holloway Wolfe Lntie Aaron and Wesley Hall Caller-Why, I'm Irish Bobby. I was .
:\ 'people such xmnie, Levi! and Sam Jerkins, Charlie 'W. '
never enjoyed
prosperity doubtful States but has carried : THE E. BOND CO.
Enterprise....... _.. .... 10( 0 Smith, Eva Mtnshew and Eva really born In Ireland. Bobby-Ob. ,
1, as has been their good Enterprise, too. OrangeCtty......... .... 18 819 Farrell. Robert. Herbert Reynolds and Florence you're In disguise tlioa. Caller-In dlsgnlsol .!"l 5 ole .5'

fortune this year and this of DeLand.... .. ..........114 Bennett, Bobby-Sure! ,You ain't got( : Lake Helen, Fla. : '
era DeLeon Springs. .... .. 22 0 rod chin whiskers stlck- W
The i digging of the Panama ------- any nor a pipe ,
'f"" This has been a remarkable] ; Eldndge ......... ....... 29 0 In' In hat!-Philadelphia Press.P.r.oaai. ) -
': : yearrirf: the 'production of fruits canal by this, government will Seville ... ........,... 21 8 Orange City. your .aataaaatt.aaaagatiaspFaa.tsgt..1I3I1IJHI1iI I

.afford the for Ormond.............. ... 18 2 .
f f and Vegetables thronphout; ,.our opportunity many Daytona ..... ... .. .... 04 if) f'
There will be a fish market here soon. "Is there anything you don't need '
to'get Uncle Sam's
on roll
l c', great country. Up North the with practically. service pay,rendered New PortOr.Dge..1-.6 Smyrna. ........... 84 5 0 Mr Percey King Is very. ill with fever that I might take?" asked tha slovenlyold BOND LUMBER COMPANY. ,
poor can indulge in the luxury no Oak: Hill........ ....... 10 oTornoka. at Mrs Thursby's. junk: man, watching. Subbubs pack-
of fruits of all kinds aa,the richcansq' to.the. government' ................. a 0 Bnnj Thnrsby baa been laid np for a lug his goods on the moving van. Will quote you prices and supply yon from'their yards near the depot at DeLa,
? Glencoe ......... ... .... 10 0 few days with. bruised thumb. "Yes." snapped Hubbubs. ; "a batb.- with the best cypress and yellow IJlne' '
: : :.plentiful' and q.; heap That portion of the State Com Lake Helen............. 14 1 Exchange. \
Clifton.... ........,.... 10 0 The remains of Mr E ff Perley were Lumber Flooring Ceiling Maiildings.Turning'SHINGLES
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5' are they A great'apple mittee --- -- !
crop which tried io have the Stetson................,. 8 1 hipped on Friday to his Pecatonica Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under :

was produced, the> largest, ever democratic people of Florida Oateen-.. ......... ,....... !SI 8 home., Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws LATH ETC
",' known/ in and Holly Hill..... ....... 8 BPierson. Mrs Martha Myers, is going to builda of Florida. --- .,, ;.
this country- they swallow, a "V ,olfe for .St to Sup.' ... ... .. .. ...;;,18 0 house on University Ave opposite The All Lumber Building and Fire Brick promptly.delivered anywhere In th '

.are sellJgat.a dollar, a barrel up erintendent of Schools, as an Independent 8e.breeze..ij..;., SO 1a9 TrueB.? Notice Is hertuv given.thee Kate Stile.t'nrubaser latestthe .
of taxerllUr l No. 142
'j' ,Northv The ,c luaciouv, Florida _'candidate, got it in Total .. ........... ....537 Mr Bird and daughter Miss Bird will Gui day of Jimp. 1B09. bus died exliloertidcnte :titt :Tin i-oohng GU"
'mbst'1 'h'' he here on the 2Sth and the In my ottloo\ and has'mid. application Tin ;
:orange',18; th ,highly! pr1 jzed.fruit {the,11:! good last Tuesday, and To tbe democrats of Volania The Reord Crenshaw cottage. occupy for tax deed to'I Issue in a-cordsn TT1 E C CL I "VM-po j Pump"
"'t;. ,iatb&i market*. aqd it sells wa tips its hat and here U three cheers with law. Uitlcl. n-ttlUcatos embrace the :
) humiliatingly repudiated
by and a tiger for Holloway and democra. There will bec.a barber's shop in the ll'iw'ng' di rlbed. property sllluated In J repairedwills! I and tanks! made
: : ; ::; wherr-tl.*:Jamaica's or'Califor; the, honest' democrats of this 0y. In the language of Mr. Bradshaw old pioneer store to be open on Wednesdays Tolusl* court), .Florida towlli to) brder Repairing' of all
;';4k:\'J.: 1'w': :',drug' n:[th'narke: t, State at'lhe QlJ8. Now the last bobronaht$ in the Pierson returns and Saturdays. W W> n of e*IO n of ii 835 ft ol r$ 01 n.HiwoH. .
Wednesday. Wolfe wasn't in court), heft township 14., nngeZHe: Tinsmith & Plumber.. Satisfaction.guaranteed.
-- Capt Thorpe has rented the Whltcomb
." -F prices-jto. the grower. one ithenv'.it; they, ,have any but mighty -little pickings in old place on Lemon Ave. He Is going to o The lbS said i issuance land n'twins..neb;' .oe.rrlllleUi.<>
rM .f oranges; have''gone regard 'for the 'wi hes' of the 'olnula, certainly not a taste at Pter oo.Brow.rd's build a house on Thorpe Ave norm'of name of ConiAlit V. Miller. Unle. Shops\ next door west of b mk.l:Indiana Avenue.DON'T .
:: 'jntc.i..t' id ai hs Methodist church. said corUScate shall be redeemed aooonllnir'o .
; ht.J i't democracVof,Florida will land majority over Mcfarlane Is .law tsx deed will Issue. there-
1" ."" e price #nft&t but the;); are now theirresignation. ,the first '46 and thIs 1* abouS the average democratic I cans, find out anything very definite OJ on IHb day ot December A. l). 1904. '
of the
majority connty. All the about the Orange City election re- Witness my official signature and seal 4. .
t.JIl; ,Q?, .,f'ptthg'set2mnd:;: ''| ,gcioum and opportunity. It was a blow from jnendmenU save the Ant two on the DIIM. There were forty-eight vote Sb., )*tb day of November A D 1904 flJb.W' .k
1i; "' want which allot were defeated. The populist cast and it 'wan. prettyclose. between the .BAH'LD. JoRDAn', : .
fit* people theyi., they can never recover. :
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"' got M VOW* Democrats and Republican. CHerk Circuit Court VoluaU ooMoly.J'UwkU ;

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS.THE Fresh Garden Seeds: at G. W. Fisher Mr. Mont Cone brought In the Tomo-

JtI! I New writing papers at Brills, Also ka returns Thursday. ;; f
+ new hosiery. Mrs. Stoulkor the grandmother of DRESSED !IIANitr

IMPORTANT HEWS! ITKMft UP New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at the Misses Erhart, Is quite ilL

THE!: l'1ntK.: : G. W. Fisher's. The Social Club has issued Invitations '. :

Wolfe got It in the neck at DeLnnd to a dAnce at the Putnam on Thanksgiving j,. /, ,

IGIkDREKA Loul M4P ._I. ,.IM"' ter .... r..pWs and all over Volusla. night ,; ,:,

A ( &C01L .I..r--BrUt M.ntlan of Wmat M Mr. L. H. Roberta of Orange City The school board was in session Tuesday IT IS FAIR TO ASSUME ;

was in town Tuesday. and little business other than
lass b* our Reporter.W. that want to be1'
Hon. E. W. Bond was in town from auditing accounts was before It. you ;

8. Taylor, Denitst. Lake Helen Tuesday.Mr. Jeweler, Heard has purchased a fine

New school stationery. at Brill's. and Mrs J. P. Mace were in town grove in the Dangharty settlement, and well dressed. Most men ?
from Lake Helen Wednesday. Intends to be one of the orange kings.
Dr. Mfellette's Remedies at Allen'e.Flshlr .
GOOD VALUES hag the school books and school Hon. A. T. Pattillo was at the county The family of Judge Jones came up I : .1 jA do. Well dressed meansto
with the Judge this week and will
seat from Osteen Wednesday. remain -
at DeLand for the colleidate year, t to wear clothes correct in
Tile Putnam will open for the season Money to loan on gilt edge security Miss Annie wi ;
Address Lock Box 261 DeLand. attending Stetson. '
boat December. first ,
That's Mr. Dan George/ was at the county t style that fit that are made
Argument. Mr. John Lofberg has completed the Light front was seen at DeLand in exposed seat from the north end the first of the

new Rnsh home on Clara Ave. places Tuesday morning last week. He Is the first and the oldest 9 of good materials and tail
The Best The orange growers are busy getting Collector Perkins Smith was here the subscriber on The Record books.
t VALUES to be had in De-
fruit off for the Thanksgiving crude. first of the week from New Smyrna.The .
Hon \V. E. Pabor, the poetlaureateof ored in such a as to
Land; that's what we are prepared to Mr. Robert Bond was at the county election is now over, and the pea the Florida press, has been spending
eat from Lake Helen the first of the ple will have a rest from politics for a several days in the city, visiting his
keep their and fit
demonstrate. We have over two hun- week. time at least.Jlessrs. ton. He leaves today for St. Louis.

fti The U. D. C. meet with Miss T. O. Pat Higgins and B. B. Mln- The county commissioners held their lItiI while
dred Patterns of / wear them. We
whew here from the you
Kreamer were north end
Monday, Uth. at 2:80: p. m November session yesterday with no \
'Secretary.Mr. Thursday. business of importance before them.

Domestic and Imported Woolens Thomas R. Webb was confined to Mr. John Cranor arrived the first of They paid off all the inspectors and 1 ; have them at Fountain's.AGENTS -r'

his room by sickness the first part of the week with a car load of fine St. clerks of election.

the week. Louis horses. A district K. of P. convention is being J FOR STETSON AND NO-

Of all kinds fortn'Wlnter Mrs. Julian Bauta and children re- Editor Crouch of the Daytona held, In DeLand today quite a number u.. e--
turned from the North the latterpartof Gazette-News, was at DeLand the of delegates in attendance. The De. itiI6; NAME HATS

the week first of the week. Lnml! lodge, banqueted the visiting

SuitingsAt Prof. C. B. Rosa is having Contractor The DeLand liveries are out with brethren the Putnam I last night. i\\ WALKOVER AND QUEEN QUALITY

Cairns pnt an addition to his home on some handsome new turnouts for the Mrs A. C. Ilayues has let the con- SHOESVJ.FODNTAIN :::'
Minnesota Ave. coming tourist season tract to Contractor Cairns for two 'rl

all prices It will not cost you any- Prof. Baldwin has let the contract to Mr. Jan. F. Vase was over from Port modern six.room cottages on her lot on ..

J. T. Cairns for a nice home on his lot Orange Wednesday, bringing the re Wisconsin Ave., also for an addition< to
thing to see what we are offering.PRICES. on Minnesota Ave. turns from that place. the house occupied by Miss Daisy : :" .
Hodges, on the same lot. Copyright 1904 by
after Fred Knappe came over from Daytona
The banters are out every day
the quail. The crop is said to be good Monday to attend the regular monthly Capt. T. L. Rodgers/ for the Boardof Hart Schaffner & Marx dent's Furnishings) and Shoes

this year, and the birds. fine. meeting of the School Board.. County Commissioners, County .- -- -

Black and Blue Brilliantine 02 1-2 cts to $1.50 the yd Mrs. Ed Spencer and her daughter The fresh fall vegetables. lettuce, Judge/ McCrory and Supervisor of

C Green and Brown :Mixed Suiting 75 eta to $1.50 the yd Mrs. L. S. Morrison were at DeLand radishes" turnips cabbage, etc., are Registration Wetherell spent moot of
from Camp Cassadaga Tuesday.Mrs. getting to be plentiful market.Mr. the day yesterday, canvassing the county
Cashmere, in all colors, 25 cts to $1.50 the yard election returns J. H. PAXTOCleaveland
Judge Stewart returned Monday Benj. F. Craig and bride returned .
Call on us. from Jacksonville where she has been Wednesday from their bridal trip The Circuit Court convened yesterday ',"<.!,

on a visit to her sister, Mrs. El O. and have rooms at tbe Turner HonseMr. and ordered grand jury for this Block DeLand. ; ,
Painter. and Mrs A. B. Prevatt of Seville morning FridayNo other business Sq
G. A. & CO.
DREKA orders
save signing some WHO transacted
Sheriff Turner was at Daytona last are spending the week in DeLand Mr. the ....,......,..,.,.".." ..,.... .;
by court yesterday. State attorney
Monday, where he sold, under a fore Prevatt a juror before the Circuit
Phone 77.The. Beggs will arrive today. '
closure decree and sale, a lot of personal Fresh Packed Goods
Jones, of the
best Florida
one judges ,
N& property. The Market on the Corner in moving
bus is
Commissioner Brooke in from into the White Front. A'drug store is : presiding '
came i --- -- The Best in the Market.
Osteea Wednesday to attend the November moves.to open In the place from which it HMVAltl: ) I'. ELLIOrr. ,.

session of the board of county '.
commissioners Mrs Clarence Gordon and little I am now receiving and opening my Fresh Packed Canned
He Will Lecture nt the University y
daughter May came over from Mlcano Goods of every description, all from standard houses which a
Mr. Edgar Brooke of Daytona WAS at py last week to visit her mother Mrs Auditorium Monday:\ Mglit. send out only standard articles, and if not as representedyour
the county seat the first of the week on M. L. Drake.
Arms money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully
College business and made a pleasant call at The" DeLand people will get a treat at
selected and
School Commissioner L. E Causeywas of the 1004: gather.
The Record office. the University Auditorium Monday
i i here from Seville\ the first of the
Mr. B. O. Smith Atlantic Coast Line week attending the November session night, November 14th, in a lecture by A Fresh Line of Cereals
I conductor on the Oviedo and Trilbyrun of the board. Edward. Elliott one of the prominent ,

DeLAND, FLORIDA was at DeLand the first of the' Mr. J. D. Barber merchant and post lecturers today upon the American Breakfast Foods, Biacusts, Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right;]
He will
week meeting friends here. : master at Barbervillo was at the county stage delight yon and you from the Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected -
should not fail to be there. He
A large congregation at the Methodist seat Saturday last, and made this officea comes for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.
29 with the highest testimonials, and his
Opens for Guests December pleasant call.
Church South, enjoyed a fine address -
is the first in the University lecture "
on the antl.saloon question by Mr. F. Lee who has been out West course for this season. My Line of Fancy Groceries

Mr. Ibach of Indiana, who has locatedat since leaving here last spring, returned,
Daytona. Tuesday. night and is at his place near To those who have not secured season Will be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
JOHN O. HOLLAND tickets to these lectures the admission
Under the management of ,
Messrs. S. C. Fuller. Frank Tiylor.I town for the winter. will be 00 cents.MCTIIOIIST. standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,

at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE M. C. Wheldon and Ed French came The oranges and grapefruit are coloring .--- and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the

HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack over from Orange City Tuesday nightto up earlier thin year then they tllLKCH.: : SOUTH. [ people, give me an order and you will continue to have the
get the election news from the usually do and the class of the fruit asa goods thereafter sent to your home.

II Mountains.) For rates and other informa- bulletins had that night. general thing l is exceedingly fine. :Near Corner Itlch Atennn mid Itoiilcviiril I,

tion apply, before November 15, to Mr.\ Holland, Mr. J. J. Banta, wno spent the past Mrs. W. A. Allen was the hostess at -I'liHtors' Study t.. iureh. I Honest Ooods, Full WeightCareful Attention Prompt Delivery

Blue Mountain\ Lake N. Y. after that date MR. summer in a number of the New En- the meeting of the Cranf'rd Club Wednesday Preaching morning and evening at
the of afternoon and Mrs. Bushnell usual hour every Sunday. Prayer meet- J. H. PAXTON. :
gland States visiting scenes Wednesday evenings 7:30: Phone 79 I IJ
HOLLAND be addressed at l
can former days, returned home the part entertains the Cherokee Club Thursday Sunday school 10 a in.

week, and reports a delightful tlon afternoon. Junior and Senior; Epworth League ,
spent. Mr. Z. T. Bielby will ship about 4,000 at 8 and 6:'M p. m., respectively. __ ______ __ _n_____ _____ __

THE COLLEGE ARMS Thanksgiving is on the 24th inat bnt boxes of oranges. from his grove out In services Yon are invited J. E. to MICKLCR.attend Pastor.all these ,-;jI.: :..:.=.:...:.=..:..:.=..:;.;.;.:.:..:.=.....:...::.Ii.:.;.;.;.::.'.:.=.......::-=.........-........:...:.=.:...:.=..'......,.

the crop of turkeys of this section is the SanDomingo Grant this season. It (I lip "'b,
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small. A supply however will be on is beautiful fruit, mostly tangerines
At St. Bnrnnlms. School Books
hand for the DeLand people. Onr grapefruit : m
St. Barnabas', Episcopal church Nov.
merchants will have them if they are Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jordan vacated
to be shipped in. their fine home last week and have 13th XXIV Sunday after Trinity: 10 a. d\ W

Remember the lecture at the High rooms at Mrs. C. A. Miller's for the m. Sunday school, 11 a. m. Choral service If'. AN'i\ '

and Mrs. F. R Onborno are expected The Birthday party given for the M. School Auditorium next Tuesday evening winter, having leased their home to with sermon.At ill ill

next week from their summer E. church South at the home of Mrs. Nov. 15th. Mr. Hale is a floe impersonator Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Wilber of Boston. the-I'rettbjterlan--Church.-

home in Michigan W. O. Watts Tuesday was very largely ?$n School mill
and you will get the worthof Mrs. Carpenter her daughter Mrs A. Dr. Lincoln Halley, President of the Supplies
attended and the large crowd enjoyeda
.. It is for the benefit of
your money. C. and little Robert
-- -- ----- delightful evening. Haynes Haynes arrived Stetson University will preach at the 1 "iii
--- the public school building fund. from Michigan the latter part of Presbyterian church Sunday Nov. 13th. '

FOR SALE. The American Antl-snloon! League.All Charles Rice a DeLeon coon plead the week and are domiciled at their The ladies of the Presbyterian church 'f\ _-AT- -- \1
ill ill.)
who interested In the guilty before the plea term of the winter home on Howry Ave. Mr.
( One complete bed-room ;men are will give a dime social at the Manse
Haynes will be down in a week or so. T'f
and of the criminal court Monday morning ot
suit ... _... ..._ 2000. organization American Anti-Saloon promotion League are invited carrying concealed weapons, and Judge We are in receipt of cards announcingthe cordially Friday evening invited Nov.to attend.18th Refreshments All! are- rji!f G. W. FISHER'S '" I Im

One nice desk u__ 12.00. to meet with the DeLand Minis Stewart put him to work on the county marriage of Miss Adele Lewton, will be served Music and other ill"

One side saddle. ... teral Association next Monday morningat I road. for a period of ninety days. daughter of Rev. and Mrs J. T hew =:=: =:=:""cc.: =:C:"" =:=: =:C: .
5.00. entertainments .
will be the
given daring .........-'.-'."._'._'.Ir: _._._._'."" .e-:_'._'......._'......._
One lot, 27 1-2: acres, with JO o'clock in the pa tor's study of the Baird & Alexander have bought and ton for many years residing at this evening .1
boxes fruit M. E. Church Soath, or communicate are shipping this week the Morse crop place and at Orange City to Mr. C. M ata>_aat-
5 acre grove, 100 with the secretary of that Association, of oranges at Orange City. So far Godfrey, at the Portland, Oregon, homeon At }'Irel1.:\ E. tllllr h. -
on trees; 5 rom'cottage.. their to be the 2nd Inst. At the First M. Church ;
giving names as desiring accounted Messrs. Baird & Alexander have bought J3 on next W.A.ALLENZcC

S. Morse among the members of such about 60 cars of oranges, tangerines and The Oaks is now open for 1004-'05. Sunday the Pastor will preach at a. m. ,
an organization in DeLand and vicinity.J. grapefruit, paying for them on the Every room in tbe house has been and 7:30: p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. -

Orange City.Fla. E. MICKLER Secretary trees. thoroughly renovated and many improvements m., Epworth League 0.43: p. m All are Druggists and Jewelers. 1

DeLand Minister! Association. Scott Hodgktns li getting his. steam have been made. The cordially invited to these services.

u sugar mill ready to work up the crops patrons of The Oaks will find it up to The ladies. of the First M. E. (Church Drugs, 1
with THE WAVERLYIs of Japanese cane whlcb have been its usual standard in looking after the
Insure will serve a full supper in the church Stationery,
Now f is the time. now open for guests. The grown about DeLand. There will be comfort of Its guests. parlors next Tuesday from 5 to 7:30: p. Huyler's Candies. 1'!'i
thousands of gallons made and the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Heath who Price 150. cordially Invited .
m. Everybody
Slot cash for losses.IT table is supplied with the best /grade tamed oat by Hodgktus Is as fine have been here several weeks on their Kodak Supplies, !\

should be protected. the market affords. For terms as you want. fall visit looking after.their DeLand In. Florida Souvenirs,

Mr. James Atkinson, who is In the terest returned to the Chicago home Toilet Requisites
address Letter to J. P. Mace.
D you collector of customs office at Pen acola. last Sunday. They will be down after Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies .

Every company reliable. MRS. MARY L. DRAKE. was at DeLand the first of the week. He the holidays to remain with us the DeLand, Fla. Clocks .

._n ._ came home to.vote for Teddy, and has balance of the winter season. Dear Sir: A big mill-owner 1
When does your policy expire? SPECIAL NOTICEThe been at his home at Enterprise the past Prof. Frost returned Monday from burg. S. C., wanted 5.00O gallons of Jewelry, .J

few weeks looking. after his property Enstls, to which place he accompaniedMr. paint, and bought by price; paid B cents Silverware, ..j
la in force?
jour policy visit of [less than
; next interest there. ours, got a "lead-and-zino" .
G. D. Jackson Friday for a day'ehont but the lead of lead Cut Glass,
paint; was sulphate
Telephone number sixteen. DR.. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA, Mr. Charles J. Anderson for the past in that section. Prof. Frost says not carbonate. Sulphate costs about Optical Goods,

HON INSURANCE AGENCY. THE few years conductor on the DeLand last Saturday and Sunday Mr. Jackson half; and covers about half. Fountain Pens Etc.

< I Eye Ear Hose and Throat Surgeon Branch traJn.bas been transferred to the had a serious rick spell at his grove That paint was adulterated about six ,
.. I. times much the S cents for.
will find at Lakeland, Punta Gorda and Fort Myers place there but was much better when as as paid
t U us J to DeLand. will be run. Mr. D. H. Pnrdom of the main he left him Monday.Dr. He "sared" 0 cents; and It coat him 80. NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
and DeLand. i Oh no; it cost him more than that;
Stetson | Saturday, Nov. 5.I line\ taking Mr. Anderson's place here R. J. Carson occupied the pulpitat we forgot the labor. Can't work it out
, for the present the Presbyterian church last Habbath exactly; don't know how long it'11 wear. .
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k The election bulletins Tuesday night and preached to a good size and appreciative ; was
................................................. rW afforded the democrats no opportunityto audience. 'The Doctor, who has twice as much as his "saving" S cents
\ It was thin, too;some loss theredon'tknow ;
rejoice; all the rejoicing and celebration spent many winters here at his DeLand how much. NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY

i I Fudger's Bread T TW came from the republicans. but home, Is a member of the Philadelphia There was too much dryer in it The ;

''MW good feeling prevailed among the crowd Conference, and few preachers In Flor maker made something on that; he Mapes' Famous 4'
1 wW that assembled at the 81. Elmo to read ida have been in the pulpit longer than didn't.
This week we desire to call the attention of the public to the Taking it altogether, he didn't make -
. the latest bulletin. he. FRUIT AND VINE
: rise in price of bread toffs. and remind you that we hare not ; much by that 0 cents.
*, W decreased the size or weight of our loaves as have most off ; Messrs S. M. Morse and Wesley Herrick Mr. W. H. Haakell of this place ban Go by the name: and the name Is De-

'ss the leading bakers of.be country. No Rise In Prices. eis were la town from Orange City left at this office samples of very fine voe lead-and-zlno. For Next'Year's Crop of Fruit.It .
#" ; Tuesday.: :Mr. Herrick was here after pecans of the paper shell kind, which Yours truly
:: trimmings for the coffin of his mother, I gathered from a bud he grafted four F W DEVOE & Co will pat the Orange Tree In splendid condition to go

w FUDQER'S BREAD g gl who died last Monday, having beeb years ago into the native hickory This New York through the winter and to pat on an immense bloom another a

confined to her room and bed the past. bud this year produced 860 nuts, and G W Fisher sells.our paint. year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of

i. than make '" eighteen months from paralysis.A : are large, fine and full of meat. trees, and the fall crops where MAf E8' has been used.; .
cheaper, delivered at your homes, you can soar J I they ------- ------

j' :I: own bread', considering the dvance of flour over one dollar. '" telegram received by Mr. and Mrs.; Mr, Haakell says the native hickory is IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS ; ', r
W: per barrel within the past six weeks, and yon escape the heat J Dunbar Thursday noon announced the stock to bud tbe pecan in. Insuring V. H. VOORHIS, ;,

= and worry of baking days 'Phone as a trial order, and we =J: I death of their daughter Mrs Arnaw :you nuts in two or three years. This For Prices, eta, see or write J '' :'

:* are sure you will become a permanent customer. her Mlcanopy ho';..' She was marriedto bud is 18 feet high and branches out In Dentist,

= : Mr. Arnaw last winter, and had been proportion. He ban been budding into Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. E. L. POWE, Agent,
.--1<., ill slnoe the birth of a child a month tbe hickory for several years and has a
St. ,Elmo Bakery Hours: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 DeLand, FIorlday: ,
* f Fhoi 6S J ago.! Mr. and Mrs Dunbar left In the large number started. Ia six: to eight .. R

'_ .. J' .'... .".'J.t11Jf .t'JJ'. 'Jt.t..tf'.Jt afternoon( ? to atwu4)jhe (funeral.'. .... years the trees will yield. paying crops. I '' .,. ,'r :

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,! Who rool M... Notice ot Application for Tax Deed
th- Wonlv { .
Advice to Aged. "There should be a law, compelling I Under eotion H of Chapter 4o8H! I SOUTHERN ,RAILWAYWorld'i ; ,

An brines! .tnflrmlttei. suca. sluir- .. women who do men's work to\ either : Laws of Florida. ATLANTIC COAST LINEThe

rub bowels, weak kidneys nod fetal* put Mrs. or Miss before their names 01elso Notice I. hereby given that A A McDonald'
dcr and TORPID LIVER purchaser of Tax. Cerilllcaie, No. 1(1, d"tedrd Fair Ronte-JleBt Line to St.
spell their Christian mimes CHEj M day of June, A. 1). 1IHI2. has tiled Louis-Superb Dining Car Service.
full" said a clerk In the office of the certificate In my tillloe, nnd has mode '
commissioner of Jurors. "We are con. application for tax lend 11 is ue In accordance Stop oven. going and returning at Great Through Car Line ,From Florida
Atlanta Knoxville Louisville .
women for. Jury with law. Bald nertllloBte embraces Asheville
Tutt's Pills stnntly culling upon the following,' descrlljed property, situated and principal North Carolina
duty and otherwise making ourselves In Vulusla coun'y Florida towiti 1 mountain resorts.

ridiculous Just because women Insist Wheeling W. Va., May 38, 1903 8w). of ne<4 and neK ofsw. section 23, See High Bridge the highest railroad CONNECTIONS:. '
I'I'i Some while at I fell
i down In the directories and years ago work towniiulp 13s, :28e bO '
on going range ; aor.
hav a specific effect on these organ, bridge in the world famous Blue Grass To 1
over a truck severely injured both THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE. via Charleston Rich
on the tax: lists with nothing but their The sold land being assessed. at the date East
stimulating the bowels,causing them region Lexington and Louisville. }
of shin. blood became
My poisoned the mond and
my ft tbe issnnnuv of such certlllcaUi In the f Washington.
to tbelr natural function Initials.
perform : alI I Free reclining chair and
cars high
I as a result and the doctor told me I name "f A A King Unless .said.. fortltiratoftba -
JyouthsndIMPARTING "When I see a name 'G. L. James, would have running sores for life, and 1 redec-med Recording law.tax class day coaches. Through Pullman

VIGOR foreman' bow am I to know that It that if they were healed. up the result died, will Issue thereon on time 10th day ifnv sleeping; cars Jacksonville to St Louis. T ( The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The .

". to the kidneys, bladder: and I refers to Gertrude Louise James and would be fetal Under this discouraging',> A. 1>. 1UOI.Witness Folders rateseto, cheerfully furnished West }| The Mobile & Ohio B. R. via Montgomery./
They are adapted to old and)' LlVBt.1 that site Is foreman of a shirt waist report I left off their treatment and resorted my olllolul signature and seal upon application.
I this tbe lath! da of Our A.I I II. 11104.
stenographers to the use of 8. S. S. Its effect, >
-- ---- ----- factory? Women doctors, lawyers f tlAM'L..II.( JORDAN J. C. LUSK
and artists are particularly were prompt- and gratifying. It took' Ck'ik (Cliutiit Court Voluala Co, Fiat District Pass. Agent 108 W. Bay St., To 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New
remiss In this respect. If a woman only short while for the medicine to eu Jacksonville Fla. East }I L York Philadelphia and Boston.
LINCOLN: ON CIRCUIT. tlrely the and I not The Via Norfolit and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore.
cure am
... enters herself as Jennie It. Morse, stenographer up sores Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. _._ I
dead. the doctors I -- -- --- -- ---- I and Merchants &
intimated nor have VIa Savannah Miners Tranhvortatlon
but If she der "Section" U of Chapter 4888, Lawsof .. _
He ........t.d at Quaint Appearance we pass her up, the sores ever broke out again. Some U Florida. Via Steamship. ) Company for Baltimore and I'nihwleJpnm.. :
.a lie Followed the eo.,.. goes down simply as J. II. Morse how years have elapsed since what I have described HODGKIN'SWagon
to know nor sex? Collect Notice is lii'rpliy glvun th .t A ANd>. nilil
Following the court about on the are we going occurred. Having been signally liurcha, ol Ti\x Cirlillcilc, )No' 'lull/, ,laatt'dI To KEY WEST l
S circuit was no doubt the joy of Lin ors, canvassers and Insurance agents benefitted by its use I can heartily recant Till ,day' ol Ill aiv I .J) I Kit I. has HU',d suldcei i VI. PENINSULA AMDOCCIDENTAL I'
coln's llfo. lie was to fond of It that tell ma they are bothered In the same mend it as the one great blood purifier, .'tltlciito' in my < Illuo. and has. made ap Shop HAtANA. 5 STEAMSHIP CO. ,
way They spend a good deal of timeIn JOHN W. Fu.N'Dli. ,llciMtl'iii he declined a flattotlng offer to enter Care Schmttlback Brewing; Co. with law. Stall cerlillcatu embraces
running down a supposed man to Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of the I
principal railway
a lucrative law partnership In Chicago, 'the foiltiwliig lescrlbed situate I
because as be ('Outen ed. It would i do business with only to discover that Chronic sores start often from a pimple In Volusia county, Florida property to.wit I DeLAND, FLA. of the Southern States are on sale by the peinciral agents. .i,
have been on the trail of a man JPor complete Information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent or address"Througn
section 84 139
w3ofsw.! 28e f
bruise and ,
while tp
scratch boil range
cesaltate more or lens confloeunmt or '
nA-1 nish woman."-New York Press.Family 4U) ninesTbe, Everything In Wagons, Buggies, Carts Pullman Sleeper Port fampn. to New York, vIa Atlantic. East Coast Line.
salves washes and powders beneficial" "
tag office and therefore keep him also\ vI. Atlantic. Coast Line and Southern Railway", .
the !,unhealthy matter in the blood must' ,,1\1,11, I lind lielnir, a'sesxpil, It th' 11.te: etc, manufactured. and repaired in my
the circuit Seated In a one borne Duegy Namoa.' be driven; out or the sore will continug t flOe IrtsiiHtioa ol) such certlllo. te in the Shop:! in the very best workmanship FRANK C. BOYLSTON Dist. Pass. Agent, W. D. STAKK:, Traveling PassAgen j

behind a sorry looking animal Jifl A friend who Is Interested In tile origin to eat and spread.", S. S. S. reacheS mime of tl.iiis A: Hunter. U silos. said) cer known. Only Brut-class men employed 139 West Bay Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida. ,
would Bat out .trow Springfield to be tllluaioxh' ill) hu r.d'e i cd noo iding to lan' Mid first-class work turned out. I have
these old the H. M. EMERSON Traffto
of family names sends me an Interesting sores" through blood removes Manager, W.J. CRAIG General PHsseaget gent
tax de gone for weeks at a stretch. The lawyers Bttly added 1 1 to plant> a
all impurities" and poisons buildS ,
list of those be has found In Nov. A. D 1U04.Witnofx Wilmington North Carolina. :
as he drove Into each successive the entire and
the directories of the six largest Eng-- up system strengthen.) ,mv olll'jlal' signature and saul '
place eagerly anticipating u new stock lish speaking cities. He believes that the circulation. S. S. S. is a blood this the )lOUt day ol Out, .'i. U., 1'04.r '! $ -
of stories, gave him a cordial welcome, purifier and tonic combined. Contain : Florida Coast l
) Mll. JOIU>AN East
they are all derived from the names of : ; Ry.
i mineral what
and the landlords balled his no iu.
couilntf C..k i CMi'<-ult Court; VohiHla,, County" r ;: :;,
countries from which some ancestor .
with delight,. for be was one of tile ever but is guaranteed '" ,' \
most patient and uncomplaining of cume or else were adopted by pa trlotlc"tronl'cl's purely veget Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under t ... ..
\ ; LOCALTIMECARDNo.56. In Effect June 4,1904.NORTHBOUND .
: able. If you bave !Section: H Chapter 4HtW, Laws of .j. .
"If other
guests. every fellow rlates '
American Austrian Belgen Bulger an old sore write k. !'>' .
Florida.N ,
one of his colleagues "grumbled S S S us and our physicians ) ,, ., '- \ 'IR 1... (9UTHBOUND-READ DOWN. -READ UP.
Briton Breton Brltton Burgundy
at the Indifferent accommodations and : will advise tine i U hereby Klvcn tliut.lamosl. Bloke ..;, : 1f'J \..
scant fare which greeted us at many Cornlsli Cornwall Dane Danish without charge.. purrlinser ol Tax Cerllltciitcs Nash It I itil:13lamm'd : :! 4 IJ No.99 I No.29 I STATIONS No.98 Ns.75D17.lDel1.1
of the Dutch Deutsch English. England Book disease 1135: ; dated Hth day of June. A. I D, 1WI7, "" -.l( Dally.Sou. Da1l7."HI .
dingy we struck Lincoln on
I"hlll.o'lanll'l's( Flemish, Fleming of the Blood free., has tiled said ccrlllion in myolllue.and! lies ;:! 'wsiai.v.' ....................... Jaokaouvllu ..................... .Ar a cop
said nothing. His forbearance made application for tax deed to Issue In au o .8.\,.......... ...............So Jacksonville ......................Lv a Isp
In this regard well warrants the observation French. Gascon German, Germain The Swift Specific Company, Atlanta Ca cordanve with law 1 haiti certlflcates embrace / /4 II .,.................,..........Bt.Augustine.. ........................ 1 40 a eo p
be Is said on one occasion to Uypsle. Highland.( Holland. Irish, Lat tl e following scrllied property, in {(9/t1\ II 21. ............................ Basting.............................. e iUaMa 01 P

'\ .have made-that be never so completely in. Lombard Maun. Manx Moor, Norman "'oIusaooutty' }Florida to-wlt. ; : :: U.a.B. lalsiks..e 4 9p

Norseman I'ole Poland, Roman -- E 1 I.I: ft of w L'l.J ft of lot 4, l block 72. Day- U10l I' Ar .......................Falatks...........................Lv 610 a .15 P
; felt his "own unworthiness as when, Romnno, Koiunlne. RUBS Itoss. Russian Notice of Final Discharge.Notice t",,". E4 ofw KKMtnfs, 188 nor lot 4, bl..ck t:71It'// : I" 11.IY. .....................Falalka. _........................ r 7 00 a7BSa lOOp!
lie stood face to face with a real live 72 Dayton W 6u ft of lot 4. block TJ,
hotel clerk." Saxon Sn\o, Scott Scotch, that six month l aylo.ma' eop I lap Ar..S.n Mateo...................;... ..... 8
hereby (given: 'l .. ..... .. .
::iW' L. .
.. .
Schwed Swiss .S.nMalo.r
How be appeared on the circuit maybe Swede Spain Switzer afierdutu. towit: On Ibe Brat dsy ol December The said land .being\ aasnssed at the date : 80.

Syrian Tartar Tunis, Turk Tuscan, A D 1 from !
gleaned this sketch of blot Welsh. Mcfuunt us fidmlniairator of the e.tnte uiWllllum name Hrs Cummlngs. Unless said certlcntes "- _. U I I .. .... ....................Buiinells.......................... e 43a tIp
drawn by Henry O. Whitney, one of A. ('....se, It'eemed. to the Coiintr shall. be redeemid according to law ni UP............................Dupont. ..... .......... ........... 6 8. I Ci pIn
cults to the fact that COLD TIRE SETTERCnn .. ...... ... .. ...... ........
his colleagues In central Illinois: "His lie Ill)'attention J"dwu of Vnliitt, a county, Florida nntl afck tax deed will Issue thereon on the lath day p ... .... Ormond... ... ... 6 0. oa p
; hat was brown faded and the nap usu at least one English family by the for Kiln,,! d s'hl'IliS/ such BtlnilnllmlorUau.il ol) Di comber A)0., 100-I) I 08 10 I '6. Sep 63pe
ally name of Harbour takes Its name not this (he 27th day\ of May, it) 4 Witness my olHuliil\ signature and seal set your Tires without taking p 26 a 20p
worn or rubbed off. lIe wore a from the calling but from the Barbary 1'ETEH CONE, this the 12th day November, A. 1>., 1U04.HAMLD. wheels from vehicle. We take oat no 100 I' ( sa a i elp
abort cloak and sometimes a shawl AdministratorNotice bolts rub burn felloes I 18 p n" 1 p
JORDAN no paint or your
His coat and vest bung loosely on his states.-Boston Ideas.Darwin Clerk Circuit Ciiurt. Volusla County. Fla. with a hot tire. Come and see it work 57p titp .4!Sl.275 I

giant frame. His trousers were Invariably I and you will never have your Tires set la 41 15 i 5 Ia tO P p ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::. 04 a 1 88

too short In one band be carried Knew the Spectra. of Final Notice of Final Discharge.Notice hot KKnin. U li 11 p Ua .

a faded green umbrella with 'A. Two English boys being friends of Discharge. 102 I : ItOp ii :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.. 69a iOSO&I
Lincoln' In large white cotton Darwin thought one day that they Notice is hereby given that six inniilbn, Is hereby liven that the under !'bankin"lou for your patronage in is. 5 p .. ea p 10 15 aI
or muslin would] piny a Joke on him. They after date. tow itt lng a continuance in 18. 10 p .Daytona..4 as p 0 tea
letters sewed on the Inside. The cembor, A D 194 i> I will present mv lists) "" th. latdny Match.' 4. I). 10/15'/ present the future, I remain I I p It 12p 0 440I
knob I caught a butterfly, a grasshopper a his, llnal nee.innl tho Jud 5 tOo 1
was gone from the handle and o ucomint, ns uilmlulxtiau-r cflbo estate olSunnti County beetle and a rentlped and out of these Count '. Fl ritli< nt his olllee BtDeLand I 60 os p 0 85)
!: piece of cord was usually tied round DoPrntta. diceasid 'to the (Dimly, ) 1 lip
the middle of the creatures they made a strange composite Judge of Volusln county, Florida, anti .a.k and ask that th> same' be allowed.J. Yours to serve, I 110 p p 00.iO.
umbrella to 1
keep U. J'IWI! :.
for u find I illacharire a' such ndmlnUtrutorUati I p p
insect took the centipede 111.
They .
from flying open. In the other band d tblb (the 27ill day ol )1 Ia>. 194I'El'Elt 'I bis Alig 2J, 1'I04) Guardian. SCOTT HODOKINS. 16! p .. .0 10 p
he carried a carpetbag. In which were body the butterfly's wings the : I ONE, 0 81 p 89 p 140.
5 01 p 8 aa1
: stored the few papers to be used In grasshopper's legs and the beetle's Adinlnlstralor. .- e 8 Ii p p. aa p e lS. I
court bend, and they glued them together 8 ii f 10 p e
and .
} :till his return underclothing to Springfield.enough"-Century.to lad carefully. Then with their new bugtir'a Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ. 7 1- PSSp P. '........... ............ .. ........................., OOp e 0.1a

box:, they knocked at Darwin's der Section 8 Chapter 4t8.! Lawsof

door. Florida. ORANGE CITY BRANCH. I
QUEER ILLUSIONS.Morbid T. CAIRNS, Hropr.' and Manager.LUMBER. I
"We caught this bug in a field. they Notice Is hereby given that Gale IJrnnnliiK, N,.) I I No.12 No. 3 I No. 1 I I .. I No. 2Dully No. 4Dally
Mlnda That ....o.l..t.. Narand .. said. "Can you tell us what kind ofa puicnaiero' Tux Oertilluitle No 7H4, doted DRESSF 1) Di.1I7J STATIONS. (Dally DaliyIlntly I I STTIO" i, .

: Numbers' With Color. bug It Is, sir?" tbe Irdiley of July A. U., KMHI bus 111,1!( T a Lv......... ........Ar 19 SOp lOa. Lv..N, tIp
Darwin looked at the bug and then sal.l) 08''lill'ote In my olllue unit ban madeapplication 11 0 a L...........Tluol...........Ar I iJa 801110' Ia I,... sm"n.r/l/ lip, 1301(
"Numerals have DO colors to you and for tux deed to issue In uo ANI D ROUGh a Lv......,KnterprlBe..Ar I 00* B)/Lv. tOp
to me" said a psychologist "Three, be looked at the boys. He smiled rorcl ince with luw Biilil 01 rtlHciite. em S so a Ar........ .ufor..L.108a Ma Ar..Or. lip ;

for Instance doesn't slightly. bnice tbe following dcsurllivd |"iioi, >oitv Ceiling Siding1[ Turning, Scroll Sawing Moulding Window
seem to us to be Flooring ant ii.. -No.22 i4u'24 No. ad
"Did It hum when It he situated In Volnsla county, Florida, tvwlt 25 I No.23 | No.21 I No. 19 No. 17 N3. 10 No.20
you caught ? Door Frames, Newel Posts, Ualusters Mantels Turned Porch Columns
pink and etc.
eight doesn't seem to us to Lot 0, sub of wj} of noK, suotl u S, tows, Satandl Daly I MATPOKT 1"ly SatandDaily.
be brown but there are certain slightly asked. I ship 1U*, range 3'e; II acres" Shedding for Groves and Pineries. (r''*Cratex and Box Material a specialty '.UQday. I exc"t 1.ly Da17 BUA.NOfl.Daily,, Dally Dally 8uuo'7;] ..
"Iv Sunday 8undy700o
I Contracts taken for the erection of kind
"Yes they answered.
nudging a building.
one any
diseased minds to wblcb almost every The said land bt fg\ HSKCSHOI! at Ibe another. tbe Issuance of such oeriitluate. it p1 18 P I 10 pl 00 p 9 80 a Lv J'okaonv'e Ar S iO.a 1 00 p 8 20" 8'0 p
word tbe
In the ) I
y language appears to have "Then name of Sarah Htaike.. DELAND FLORIDA. 8 en II p 08 p 0 54 a So.JaaxflnnvlUePnbla SCln. SI. 1 s p 8 13" 0 1 p .
said Darwin "It la hum
color. a II f p !u 8 to p 10 08 a BenchAtlantic I 20 1 p 8 10 S p r
"The odd of bug." Unless said certificate ahull. b. redeemed -- -- --- -,. --- ------ ---- -- -, --- l I 1 P I ; 8 P 1 IJ 1 a .II 10 14 a Beach e 16 a 7 61 a 1 11' 5 Ii I 8 309 1
part this matter Is that according to law tax deed will Issue G i I P e p 0 P llOOa Ar. Maypork L. OOOa 7 iO..a 1 5 80 p 8 80 p r
when yon study the minds that attribute thereon on the Ultli lay of Nov. A D. 11)04.) -

: colors to figures you find them almost Witness mynUlolal signature and >.al PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
unanimous in attributing to each this tbe 16th day ol Out. A. D. 11)04.) Choice of Two Through Car LinesTO

: figure a particular hue.' Thus, they Consumption h HAM'LD. JOUIMN, CLOSS CONNECTION MAOC A MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. 0. S. .. COMPANY FOR ,
Clerk Circuit Court Voluble ( }o'I...
will say that one Is black, two Is cream. HAVANA AND KEY WEST!

three Is pale brown four Is red brown.

five is blue six Is tan seven Is Notice of ST. LOUIS MO
green Application for Tax Deed
These Time Tables show bus limes at whloh trains mny be expected to arrive and depart
: and so on. Finding among the morbid .Salt pork is a famous old- Under Section. 8 of Chapter 4tM8: :, from the several Italians, bat their 1 arrival or departure nt the times stated In not guaranteed,
so uniform a belief In the blackness of Laws of Florida. VIAAtlantic aor does the Oompaaj hold Itaelf responsible for any delay or any consequence arising thor.from. .
one the bluenttss of five and the greenness fashioned remedy for consumption Notice Is hereby given that K. Coleman -

of seven you almost persuade '. Eat of purohiu-r ofTax Cerllllcutul\ 'o. 1711, dnied. Toy Cop of the LOCAL TIME OABD or Other Information
yourself that these figures actually plenty tbe 7tb day of June. A. I). 1W\\ has tiled Coast LineMontgomery
have colors. the advice the salj certificate In my otllce. urd bus inude "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
pork, was to application for tax deed to i-sue, In accordance

"Some morbid minds hold that names consumptive and 100 I with law. fluid ceitlllcatn, embraces and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga '. D. RAHITER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. .UGUS', FLA.J. :
have colors. A New Orleans glyptolo- 50 the following descillied property situated' j,
in Volusla Round Trip Rates from DeLand: _
county, Florida towltl, .
S gist says that to him John Is blue Atlanta rears ago. -- I
Is steel gray, Peter Is brown and Lot 12, Sneppard Great, section 110, townshl '
p 17., range :iWe $46.00 : $38.35
soon. Salt pork is good if a man Southern
The said land ,.. Railway.
: being ass d at the dun)Ie
"Mankind harbors an Incredible number can stomach it. The idea of the Issuance 01 such certificate. In on sale daily. Good to Dec 25 : On Hale daily. Good 60 days

of Illusions. Each one of us, perhaps name 01 George Harlo,,'. Unless 1111'//

: has an Illusion of some sort behind "it'is that fat is the orrtlnuaM shall be redeemed acuonllnir' i $20.95 EFFECTIVE : 1 20, 11504
Mine Is that If I count law, lax deed will l issuu thereon tbelJtb &3O 85
on getting a food the day of Decent
consumptive needs her. A. D. 1104( : : .
thing I desire I will be surely disap Witness my official signature nrd neal (>n sale Tuesday and Thursday Vestibule Tralnl East l\o 8 North and \est 13Lvjacksonvllio. : .
;' pointed. My wife's Is that her brother most. this the 12th day of November. 1>. 1004. On sale dally. Good 15 days : I durIng October.. .
Flit. Lv ,Jackmiville, iiy ., 'I tulip
lty..7 .
appears to her In dreams. SAM'L I 1). JOttDAN. For reservation an J.vJeeup. R'. .to Je.ur', .... ... .
', "I know a nervous pallid, woman cQtt's Emulsion is the mod Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County Fla. FRANK C. BOYLSTON, D. F. A., W. D. STARKE. Trav. Pass. Agt Lv Savannah 0.. tlo Ry. ..' U III Ar A"o,". fib Ity...... _.. I 1. }

.: who attributes certain perfumes to certain method of 138 W. BayS; Jacksonville Fla. A. Columbia Bo Ny........ (U dOt" Ar tc Iy... ... )
r sounds A ern feeding fat to Ar Charloue. 80 By. ..... .... .. 9 list Ar Rome. tlo .......... 7 :153
voice to her
soprano the Ar Greensboro 8n Ry......... 12 ISOp Ar Dalton. So Ny .. .. 3 2i1.s
Is like lilies of the valley. A tenor consumptive. Pork is too Notice to NonResident.In Ar Danvilie. 80 nv... ..... 2 lOp Ar ChuaLtunutoogo. Tenn So ny .. ..f 41 .

t.; voice Is like roses. A contralto voice If "ough"for "sensitive stomachs. Circuit Court. 7th Jil.llrlal. Circuit: ot Ar Rlobmond 80 iy. .. .. 642p Ar Lexington Q .t C ... )" .
Ii like heliotrope. A bass voice la like Ar Lyncbburg Bo Ity........ lTp ArCinuimiiatl. ( .tC: ... .. 'I 401' ,
1 rlotets." Scott's Emulsion is the Florida In and for Volusla County In Ar Cbahlteale. Bo Ry....... 6 lop Lv Clnelln..U, Dig Four.. .. ... 8 40p
most Chancery. Why Not Drink Ar ?10 Ry. ..... U hOp ArChicago Rig Four ..... ... 'I lOt
:refined' of I. S. Hdgbes, Complainant' ) Ar Baltimore. P R'.l 3p Lv Clacinamati. k'a Lloe... .... 1 Nip
especially vs V Ar Philedelphis, P ... .... Ar Chicago. l'a Lutes ....... 'I3IIL.1 )
u. AlmoM l oaoodcd.In prepared for Beatrice Htigbes.ltolerdant) PURE WATER ? Ar New York. I' Ry ... .6 BOa Lv Clnolnulltl, .C J.' D...... 1 Slip J
a magazine article on Max von ; easy digestion.'Feedinghmfat Ar Chicago, 0 H.1 D... ..... SIts
Pettenkofer who baa been called the It appearing by the affidavit of (tha cnir.- T HE Dranire City Mineral Spring Water U unsurpassed' In purity, be.ng No 3h-"Washington) and Fist Limited." Lv Cincinnati, ( 1)... . 1 4111
founder of scientific and in this plalnant tbe above ooule that the re-I.l alMiilnfly free from organlu matter and" "poanoii>'lng, mineral, pioperilcaespeuiiilly Daily Pullman Dr.wlnj Boom Ilepplnl Ar Toledo. (H .t 0'. ... ... I lea
hygiene dence of the d f.ndant livatrion Iluulien is. bHiicllclal casts kidney H' d. liver Iro-ible. Car.Jaoksnvle york Ar Detroit. H & 0... .... 2111 I
: to Hnmboldt the most popular of all way, which is often the only believed 10 be BO Jevtett street Clevtlai.d'. 'lh a Wi ter has received Muttering: Ioraelll..nt" font, inch men as Bras (, .. s
'I, German naturalists, Max Qruber tellsa Ohio ,and. Ihnt there I. no person III tlil- Ins U Sniltn professor' chemistry, llololt. College B..lol"'Ia'on"h" ,, one 'Tbrougb "The Land otbe Sky.." No 80 'I.I: : : LIfla :::;::::::: :

story of the professor's absentmlndednesa. way, is half the battle, butScott's State tbe service of process on whom would of the best chemists In 'this coulltr) ) | J. B. Ugdcn, dlre-tlor., :.Sew York..and Lv Jacksonville, Sn ......T 45p I.v Big 'our..... ... 11 lOp
hind laid defendant It Is thnieupo i (or. othet(t. Lv Savannah, Ry.&. .. .. .1 OSs Ar tlnclnnILI Bug Four..... .. 6 I"
: He lost fortune In umbrellas Emulsion ..
does 10
a more dared that said) defendant BnyntonorClovMlnid, Ohio writ-si "It Is the 5
lientrlcellughex, pilre-t spring water Columbia, 80Ry. .. .. ii Quit Lexluagtmii, t. ity. .. iOp
seldom bringing back what be bad thin that. -Thire is he and abe la required lo appenr to the known tome, I am using I It and l rocoimnundliig. It to others. It only needs 80 Jy......... 1 lIds Ar LOll.vle, to Ky..... .... .. 1 lop
: taken away. Once. however be mad some- bIll! of complaint herein on or before a tilal 'to Bonvinun nn>'o 'e tliatll hits tin superior/ n tahlo water." Ar.abevle. N O. So fly... 23711 Ar l.lliu. to icy ... .. Bits,
the lirst Monday In December. A I D Many!" pi-onl" have visited Orange, ,Iiv, liy advice thi-lr ,
I1 04 o physicians f.
Ar 80 Uv U (
4s a trip as far aa England and was about the II. No JJ-"I'Oe kit oul"
very thing combinationof Ibo 'the f Knoxvile. 1IIIy
I'' being Bth day if said month otherwise | iirio p<> untinn tb Mineral 1 "prime Water deriving great neiii-Ul from Ar 80 Ry. .. .. hOts vo"tlbuld trait, L""t.d.
1'1 proud of having actually succeeded: In the ..Id bill will be taken as conlcsiu'i] Its u-e. Th" water Isdiawn from 8iiliterr.ir.pnil Spring 117 feet INI.w the Ar J.ul.vle. So n..... 11 1'ul-
'.' bringing back his. umbrella to Ger cod liver oil and hypophos- by said defendant and the complainant surfac U very pahitab.e. :. .and ultogfther!! the l U..t. Water to be found III the Ar Cinoluati, Q & C.................. 31DI tOp mon Sleeping OIS Jacksonville to N. .
many. At Augsburg be stopped on in Scott's Emulsion I will liavu leave... proceed ex parts SouthTb NOH'IHWf! 'I' No tl;
> phites against her. Orange City Mineral :dprlnu: Wuter received lb" only diploma at Ibe No 80-Daily Pullman Drawing
U""I Uv .
,':: business, but sent a telegram reading, that : life into It is further order d that this order be St te Fair. at Jacksonville In, mputitl'm with in ny oIlier displays. It Is' Bulfet Sleep ag Car between Lv IV Jiukaonvlie.ity.t" .. .: .... .::. .lO' tlp' "
the : .
new Jeslp. .
"At o'clock I
0 return with um puts, row "ht-lnif bottlrd and 1.
my sent out the
., published for four oona-tutlve weeks In The by Ormive City Mineral Hi.rinn Company j110 and St Louis Ar iuoomt. .. .. .. .. 3 OUts
brella.\ ? He did return at 0 o'clock. but weak parts and has a special Volunlai on nty( Record) n newspapir ,fill i>ut up In addiessORANGE aitrautlve' st>le4n cases or 12 liair.gdll.m. boil".. For further inlor-. Ar Atlanta. Bo.y. ... .. .... 15 Ol'

j as he entered his house In Munich he lisbnd in said uounty of VoliiBlu and State\ matlon WiipliI'c, Fair' Ar Anniston!80 icy .. .. .. 0 ..10.ii .

saw to his dismay that he had no um action on the diseased lungs.A of 'lorids.. CITY MINERAL SPRING CO., VLIl.L 1) Tl'ckcts Ar Birmingham 80 ......... 45ts.
brella.:. He had left It at telegraph WItness my bund.) and seal of salt Co"rt Ar Memphis, 'enn rl.co..... . t OiiI ,
the at the court lione In PeLand. Volnulu' C. A. BuLLEM Mgr. Orange City Fl,. Ar ICatisas City., J.rlsu. .. .. .. -111'St

1. station. .__ ________ .. -.- A sample wil be County Florida this. 31-t day of Oct.her Lv Memphis .. .. ... .. S SOp
LOUiS Sale
sent free upon request. ADlisot(9esI Now on A' Hot Springs. Ak ...." ..9.0,'
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... ..._to. ,
i Bo fur* that lid plct... I. ) SAM'L D .JORDAN No 1-'rbl 1lorlda Limited/ V.lly r
Seaserp.ntadatebacktothdaysofLriatotle ii,. form ol a label 18! on ii.. (""rk l'lrcuilCourt Volusla county Fin.Iy --.-.-- '-

: who wrote. "The serpents ot'Llb.a _ wraprur of -very .boltla of Bon Fish. I 1). C.Master's. ARRIVAL.S'A.T JACKSONVILLE t
are of auormoua *.!*. Navigators EmuUlon you buy.scoTr .

,. along the, coast rep.rt.: having : '&' John B. Stetson University From New York, Wuhlnln. etNo 29. "Wlshlugtun and Fioridsi" Jlmlk 9 1 .
a. re No 33. "New T 40 P m
seen a great quantity: of bouas of oxen, : BOWNE!, Sale. From Chicago nolnn.tI. Expreal.-No 1. 'Fiorldi 1.lmltd." t 45 a m

S. :. which they believe without doubt to Front Kansas (lily Memphis, Birmingham-No "Florida 9 4n a m
have bean devouredby'the serpents _ CHEMISTS. In Clicnlt Court 7th Judicial Circuit ol From CincInnati. Asheville-No and Florida tlmled." U a m
DeLand 2
Florida. :
409 Pearl St. N. Y. uWa.blngl .
Those serpents pursued them (the seamen Florida, In and for Volusla Connty. In '

) when they left the shore and,)upset : ,joc. and f q| all druggist Chancery. "-" i ii i i "T* EXCELLENT DININC.CA,8ERVIOE .
'l ; Jane L. Hull O. LUSK. District 108 Went Street Jaoknonrlllo. Via.,
one of their triremes. Complainant 1 Chlsatfo'' Passenger Agent, Bay ,
vs affiliation with the University of Work In'one Inatltu-1 C. B. ACKERT, U. M. W H. TAYLOE, l>, P. A.
.,, .. Olaus Ma8'Du.'WI'Ote'ID.tbe.mlaJr811 id4 George n Mlllard.l hsrlesFHser -J tlon given pro rata credit toward Collegiate Degree In the other. The B. HARDYVICJC. P. T. M., 13ROIICI UUUttAN, 0.0. I". A.
of a sea serpent 900 feet long and Notice of Final f'Discharge. and Mrs C.: 1'. lessor Defd's. University includes the following department, : .

k 90 feet thick which haunted rocks and Notice Is hereby given that six months Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure :::::..s:::: :;':m*;..."..:u.:*.;=3...":,3......:::::.,.... n ..uuq...,.." -- --------- --- -- ,--- -- -. .
cav s near the seacoasC'tn old write* after date. .. tnwli soil sale rendered,,, la the Circuit 'M *
;she Sib
von day Kebruary. MM.. ... ..........M'NI
ad41ntr. "And be puts up his bead onhigh 19"5. I will .pply to Hon. J 1 le MoCn.ry. Cuuilof the Beventh Judioisl Corauit: or College of Liberal Arts, College ofLaw'
if.;e catcbeth I IJ County Judge ,.t Volusla Florida, In and for Volusla eonnty,In Chun. ., ; : '
like and Cniin'y. S
; a pillar away ( Florida A. KRICM N
1. r..r aly Una) discharge!! *. Arlmtnlelratnroi' apr!, In a cause therein pending wherein. Academy, School ,:of. :Technology J. Q ,
men. and be devours them. 'the Jane Li Hull Is complainant< ansi George H. .
tats or Martha
J. Bsnts. "'eoau>rlJ 1 '
J. '%lllard, Charles. Uesser. and Airs. C. F. Normal. Practice School, Business, College I ; :.
BAfiTA j I.
S ,_ ._.....,.. '.11.. ;'. ,Administrator| Hesssr are dermdai.ti, I will sell at publlo -IEL ;
Kindergarten .Schools of Music and Art. I Ir'.z.z.z '
.t .
-, -. A ugu.1 .. lOCI outcry to the highest and Beat bidder for 'I

: ,' 'l'be;} differencebetweei.- I ,coou'vjMttb J'- eash DeLand at the In said front county door of, tbe ilurlnu court the house l 1.11.1" In : =.....-.z--.z...... _.._____-.....%_.__.-__._._...:.,-....._-"_.... .............._...._. .:..:.:: J.::.:_......:?_._-:.. I Qents and Boys' Clothing. Hats and Capg. ,

.:{ It,', ; and ',a:.eity'/outh' tsbs\ &l tb.: : Efecutrix Noti .' hours of sale on Monday, December o 1U04 Law Graduates admitted to practl In Florida: 'without Ex mlna ori. .. Ladies, Gent and Children !Hhoea.: Slippers and Rubbers. .
wants t. know !bring the first Monday III said month.all
vwy-thlna ni.i : and SedUesetsa. .
A System of Correlated Work In Manual' Boggy Wagon >
/, lbs.letter thinks be Notlo la hereby glvm that the under- th"following piece, parcel) or tract of land, Complete Training. An Bal
i know" everything ,signed ha,. qunlll ..a the Executrix: of the.IateofJrsmIeh lying und being; in the oouniy of Vousia ,Adequate and Competent Faculty of 48 luxCructor. 'fA'Weil select."' Hewing Machines Organs and .Monlcal Imtromenta "
., I"y, Ne"e'. -.... "" Ii\.\' ::"w' U.. .' h Mcdralb. and llcrrdl-\ state. of Florida, sad descrIbed ss follows ed and Comprehensive Museum.; Over $1lO,00O.inBuildlge= and PlanO
:: ..", r : .1 tora,luif.!...... heirs upd dUtrlbutKM will six All or the east acre of the south: half; Equipment A Splendidly Equipped Gymnasium., Library; ; of over General Repair Shoe<, Harnt-M, Machines, eto.
,. i present' their oUlmawItblD Iwo years from oCIIyvrLrtThlrtpen In the town of Or- 13,000 Volumes. For Further Information address i iI
) -' 'ja't'-* little thin' Ibla date, u tu.. .nm. will M forever. mond. JAMES W. PEKKIS8 : : .

,.. and toa man ta Jove bit. I bwrad.. Bpeclol Master In Chancery LINCOLN HULLBY,. Ph. D., Pre ldnt" DeLand! FU. ,Havens Block, DeL hd, Florida.. JI> "
I Utf2..*.. Loul* f......r; !. SAHAB. E. McGaArii.b Btewart A Blv"HoUvitors r I CI
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