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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 19, 1904
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
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Subscription, $1.50 per Year. DEVOTE TO THE INTERESTS OF DEMOCRACY, RIGHT AND JUSTICE. B. E. PREYATT, Editor Pronrlotor.GLUME l

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XIX DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO.,. FLA., SATURDAY- NOVEMBER ]19, t90!. NUMBER 5


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Professional Carts. SHOPIMQ IN FEZ. JAPANESE: LACQUER.Some .

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Perkin" Par Halt" the Frlce Demanded, (grab'our --
Jamea W. Cary D. Landls. of II I* An RvppnMl-re That IIBcltlimi
Uooil. aDd Go.
Ilvu*li.>it UN.
PERKINS & LANDIS A white visitor to< Fez In Morocco, A Matter
In the hilly country two Industries ,
onco went shopping In tlio btuniirs; of I 4. "
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- como to help nglicuitao--uluuely: silk
the ucroiupiiulud by servant of I
city a
AT-LAW, Paining; and l.icqui. To name: only one ,(.
tho sultan who told him to .see to It
. ---- district, the vllliiKes: along; the Nnkuocndo -
that the shopper. wan not cheated by I
( DeLand, Florida have. gained much hy modern 01 Health
I the greedy iiiercliuntx. At the first
Will Practice In State and Federal I Improvement' In slllt r.ilslng. The
shop visited. the would be customer
Courta.I for Infants and Children. I lacquer' tree may possibly bare "CCIIImllOl.tl'l1
I nuked to be shown something that,
from Clitnii, as so) many
& BLY, rested high shelf. The luzy merchant -
on a
L i STEWART The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature other tree and pk'uls were, lint It certainly
ami said! ho would
only yawned
f ---- of Cling. II. Fletcher and lifts been made under his rather soil something from the flour, was known and lined In Japan There is a quality in Royal

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. at a very early pnrluj. We are usedto .
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one which he would not hare to rise. to get.

Office In Bank Building, DELAND. to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and"Justasgood" This angered the sultan's servant why Is thinking that )and of much It us ornament'more besides only, for It Baking Powder which makes .

are but Experiments and endanger the not only made the merchant hand
Branch office over Fostoffice.DAY!ONA plain lucquer bowls mad trays are almost -
health of Children-Experience against Experiment. down the article required but when
necessities. of dully life. They the food and
the price was iinuied laid down half I more digestible
: I BERT FISH raise. most of what Is used lu certain
, The Kind You Have Always Bought the amount, grubbed the goods uud
provinces, but Tokyo Imports a good
made olt.Tho .
deal of juice to be manufactured wholesome. This peculiarity
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW > Bears the Signature of shopper protested, but the derv there. ,

ant laughed and said It was the custom
The tree Is a species of rhus, closely
DeLand. Florida. of the country Thin was repented at allied to our poison ivy und having the of Royal has been noted by

. Special Facilities for Examining several shops without eliciting a pro
same power to produce an Irritating
and, Perfecting Land'rltles. test. At one place though, the merchant
l
rush tile skin. The workers
on get over physicians and accord-
refused to give up his goods. In they
HALL BRUMSEY this, however, mid do not have It ,
J that wuy und wan rewarded by a boxedear <
again but they that people some
In Use For Over 30 Years. and an admonition not to 111 trent any endorse and
AND COUNSELORAT times get It from handling bowls or ingly recommend -

ATTORNEY "NO ....... en.A .m.... ....... ....".. el... the sultan's white friend. trays which have not been dried long
LAW '...;r"'" JI.-.,. _,.,.' Later the two visited the markets enough.
where eve3.tlllng'us\ sold at auctlou. it.
-- --- -- ---- --- -- ----. To get the sap the farmer cute a
in all State und Federal
Will Practice < The auctioneer seemed always to wear ,
Court A nanl Huojrpt
FLORIDA Pnnbi-r-I( will sinmintpc to palm fr.. fewer clothes than any one else. His er a time n thick Juice oozes out; then ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
DELAND method of selling\ curious. Ho
was
anything called for.DealerOooO Send no money-simply write and the farmer goes around with a wooden
Office over Fisher's Drug Store. would take n piece of goods from n :
Do Botanic Blood Balm
me a spenklnyMknneao try at our ex spatula{ gathering the drops Into a pall.

L. McCRORY, of a dumb waiter.-New York pense. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B B.) nearby shopkeeper and start out to It will keep for a long while, but must One Florida Farmer. M.VNV CU.HIX1 TO rLOIUIU.
J sell It on commission. Holding It us
Times. kills or destroys the poison in the not be allowed to dry np nor to be
--- blood which causes the awful aches In high as possible, be would call for a Not long ago heated above a certain point, for It of this reference Season' Begins Early-Kallroadu are
bid. Then he would start the paper was casually -
back and shoulder on runaround
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. The park surrounding Blenheim pa) blades shifting
acid which
contains a peculiar causes made to certain Florida farmer
pains difficulty in moving lingers the market. If any one wishedto a I'repurlug- a Kuxh.
are Is 2.700 acres In extent and twelve ,
the Juice to ferment and harden. The who would this year kill 100 hogs ,
miles!' around. toes or legs, bone pains swollen muscles examine the merchandise the our
DeLand, Florida. and joints of rheumatism, or the tioneer would drop It Into his hands, pieces that have been varnished must This simple statement seems to have District Passenger Agent J. 0. Ln k,

foul breath hawking, .pitting drop' therefore be dried In mild nnd moist surprised' of our contemporaries of the Southern there is
I E. ALEXANDER, Guilt has very quick ears to an seen- take the bid If one was made and then some Railway, Buys
J ping In throat bad resume his run around the place. nlr. Tokyo In August Is usually Just beyond measure. The Tampa Times every indication that the travel to Florida
ration'-Fielding.T1i ylnll before the ayes all played out right about 87 degrees.A indeed devoted the best part of a column this winter Is going to be heavier
When he had made three circuits of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. feellncof/ catarrh. Botanic Blood ,I good piece of lacquer bus to be to the matter, prefacing its remarks than ever before. The Southern: Railway -

Et'iineii He Wanted. Balm has cured hundreds of cases of the market he would turn the article most carefully made, In the first place by saying tnat we should by all lit .already< doing a good southbound

Office in Brush Block. 'Is there dancer! from Ore here?" HU: or 40 years standing after doctors over to the highest bldl1..r-Xew Ionic and then varnished with layer after means have given the name of this re business, and the inauguration. of two

UeLand: Florida. "Ob no." replied the hotel clerk. hot springs and patent medicines: had Press. layer, each being dried and polished markable Florida tarmer. of its winter trains today. shows that
in State and Federal all failed. Most of these cured patients We business. is increasing.
Will Practice "We arc well provided with fire es before the next goes on. Certain pigments have not the slightest: objectionto
Court bad taken Blood Balm as a !last: THE TWO HEADED SNAKE.A ( complying with our Tampa contemporary's L .. these. trains were not put
capes. mixed with It give red, black or anti
resort. It Is advised for
especially reasonable request, and trust on November 2U. This year theyg
JOHN MACDIARMID, "I don't cure a hang about that How chronic deep seated cares. Impossible green. To apply gold a wash of varnish
1)R. Boa Constrictor That Hae it Very that the gentleman himself will enter ,) into effect November 7, three weeks
are you fixed for man escupes? -Chicago for any one to suffer the agonies Deueytlve Tall. Is laid where the design Is to be none. earlier. This shows that the tide of

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Post or symptoms of rheumatism or catar and the gold< powder Hprlnkled on froma His name is major O. P. and travel is setting in lunch earlier than
and thou traveler
rh while after taking Blood Balm, Every now some stick flue Healr'
or hollow bamboo with a heretofore.
the these
Fisher's model farm
drugtore.Office
Office over hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, Not In Pra"t..... It makes the blood pure and rich tells of a two headed snake which exists sieve over the end. When It Is dry It hogs will be slaughtered upon. l is situated in All the other railroads are getting,

and 7 to 8 p. m.DELANP. "That man has studied\ political thereby giving a healthy blood supply In Egypt:: aud whenever the narrator must be revarnlsbed and repollshedover Volusla County near Seville not far ready for the winter business. and the

FLORIDA. economy.: i Cures arc permanent and not a patching basu't auuu the snake himself, all. With all these. repeated processes from the Pntnam County line. It passenger agents in the North and West

"'Maybe so." said Senator Sorghum, I up. Sold at drug stores, 9 1 per be Is more or lass disposed to assert. a fine piece may be on band for compromises some 300: acres, of which report that the prospects.. are good for

-yR.. G. A. DAVIS "but the Injudicious way he upends hit I sent large free bottle.and Sample of also Blood Balm that there really Is a snake with two months, even years. Naturally this Is KM) are in peaches, which constitute a the greatest. business Florida bus ev..rb.JlICk.oovUle
like prepaid special heads In Egypt:: because he bus belllJ vnlnable] source of income. Metropolis
money at an election looks to me medical advice by describing not the kind{ that Is prepared for for
SURGEON your told about It reliable The entire farm is practically a bog
PHYSICIAN AND extravoanco.WaaWngtoDStar. by many persons.
political ; trouble and writing Blood Balm Co eign export for people abroad will not
'-C DELAND FLORIDA.. Atlanta Ga. A personal trial for Indeed sometimes. a traveler who pay for It.-Anna C. Hartahome In pasture. the various followed crops as they are .Hits. Mt'N.N fElt'UINEU)
removed being by equallyvaluable
Blood Balm is better than thousand has actually caught a glimpse of the
a .
Indiana Chautauquan.
Office at residence, avenue aide each as chi
from what they have to show" testimonials write at snake 1 Is likely to declare that It truly : crops peas
next to Court House. I Judging printed so once. fat, velvet beans etc upon which the A Number of Ladles This Week at

Office Iloura: 9 to 18. a to 4. and to 8. for It, some people's time must!' be Is two headed, for the serpent cvrtaiuly WAR CORRESPONDENTS. stock is turned to forage for itself. Hhlst.
counterfeit money-Judge. appears to be so when seen only by
Women Well Men Major Bealey'a success has no doubt
as as
Z. BAEKECKE :M. D. chance.It .
VIDA ,
MRii. Some of Their Fnmon KeatM or l'Ia".1 been largely due to the application or On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Morris

WANTED Are Made Miserable by Is only when the snake Is actually lonl Euduranoe. business principles{ to agriculture/ and, G. Mann entertained a number of her

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. taken up und examined closely. that the One of the finest achievements i II to "keeping everlastingly" at It, friend at whist. The (day was an ideal

Men and women in tola county and Kidney Trouble. truth i Is revealed. war correspondent was that of Holt The trouble with farmers of this typeoften one and every one present was preparedto

adjoining territories, to represent The two headed snake Is not poison of the Is that they cannot or will not, enjoy the chnruiiiiir hospitality. of
York Avenue White, n representative
Office Feet New ,
on and advertise old a'.ta'fll'.hedlouse communicate the secret of their sue
| an ous serpent It Is only a boa constrictor York Tribune In the Franco-Prueslan''I Mrs. Munn. Four table" were played
,
DELAND., FLORIDA. of solid financial standing1 / "-. Kidney trouble the cess to their less fortunate brethren and the animated
discourages
) 1 prey. upon mind and It Is fairly common. Butt witnessed the battle of Sedan rooms presented an
to $21 weekly, to women war. He although it must be confessed. that the
Salary men and lessen ambition; beauty vigor scene indeed. Mrs. Urece was the lucky
Is so secretive! thut It hides lu
OU.) A. S MUNSON, 'I f 12 to )18 weekly with Expenses ad- and cheerfulness soon I away from the Prussian headquarters on highly tmccea..tnl'olll..la. County farmer winner of the first prize, .a beautiful.
;| vanced each Monday bv check direct 41." la: .;J dlsappearwhenthekldnays Its sandy burrows almost constantly. Thursday, Sept 1, 1870. At Its conclu- ,I in question has always been active vane while Mrs.. Groover in a cut with

i from headquarters: Horse and buggy/ are out of order It is strangely formed In so far that slop he rode to Brussels, but there the !in all movements that seemed likely to Mrs. Holland l won the booby, itself a.uniqnu

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. I furnished when necessary: position or diseased. 1 Its tall. Instead of tapering off to a postofflce authorities refused to transmit |I promote the general welfare or advancethe gift The handsome. diuiug room

permanent. Address, Blew Bros. &, Kidney trouble has ,I point as the tails of other snakes do his dispatch to London and even |I Interests of the great Industry\ they was then thrown open\ and the guests

Office Second Door Store.South of Fieher'aDrug Co.Uept.\ A, Monon Bldg., Chicago/ become so prevalent : widens out Into a bludgeon shape thud threatened to arrest him for saying so worthily represent.-Times-Union.. were then served with elegant rofrexh-

OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to band7to8p.m. i'111. I that It Is not uncommon ,,, making It look so utterly unlike a tail that the French had been defeated. He menU in courses over which there was

t. for a child la be born '' that It Is almost Impossible to think then went on to Calais crossed to Dover FRUITFUL OLD AGE. so much: lingering that at length the
I v 3
afflicted with weak kidney dnsk drove all home. Those. presentwere
Florida. It Is anything but a head when the and took
steamer a -
DeLand by special apevial
lithe child Mesdames. Bruce I:
urln- Cowdery
_. t flay
-- JOHN- REEVED1'HYSICIAN CASTOR I ate too often If the snake Is seen for only a moment.To train to London, where be arrivedat Past Ma.tor. la Their Sphere V -JWere Or....... Dnggan. Frazee, Oroover Holland -

DR. urine the flesh or II, when the child add to the deception Jugglers 5 o'clock on Saturday morning. Next Past Meveoly. ]ruin, )McKee Uamsdell. Siege,

For Infant and Children. reaches an ago when It should be able to catch these hoe and pulnt jaws and day there was a description of tho bat The toll handsome myriad minded Talluy' Tomliu. Waldie. .und Miss Decker

AND SURGEON I control the passage It I Is yet afflicted with eyes on the tall. The work Is so cure- tle six columns long lu the Tribune. It Soethe wrought at his tasks till hu who kept score for Mrs Mnnn.

The Kind You Have Always Bought bed-wetting depend upon it. the cause of fully done that only a trained observer was not till Tuesday that the London vas( nearly eighty-three years old. Hu Lakeland News.

Oillce in store recently occupied by I the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first can distinguish. the real head from the newspapers hud accounts of the con produced the first part of his masterpiece

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West Bears the /7Il / step should be towards the treatment of false. Thus the story of the two headed flict from their correspondents. "Faust," at II rty-s..v en. the second : South Florida Fair.

New York Ave.DeLand SlpatureofIHnr.ln. these Important organs. This unpleasant snake has obtained wide circulation But the most famous load of physical part when eighty years old and
trouble U due to a diseased condition of( the "Don't fail to visit the South Florida
Florida. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as and bus even crept Into the books endurance In the race for news between wrote some of his most beautiful poems Fair at Tampa This is a combination.

most people suppose. of otherwise accurate writers. war correspondents was told of at seventy-five. Six of our foremost exposition of Florida products as wellus

PJK.. 11. D. BRACEY, a Bow. Women u well as men are made miserable But the second "head" Is only a tall Archibald Fbrhes. In the Servian war American poets, and all but onu a C'arnival: Atlantic, Coast Line

IelllllIin'tO(\ >I' plennnnt "."rds-, with kidney and bladder trouble after all.-Exchallge. of 1870 Sernlln. the nearest telegraphstation In quantity as well as in quality of will sell round trip tickets at rate one

DENTIST. George/ I cannot understand It. Why and both need the same great remedy.The was 120 miles. distant. from the verse-Bryant, Whittier Longfellow. fare plus 33 cents. See, ticket agents
Ill) you lavish this wealth of love on mild and the Immediate effect of lived and< get full information" Three trainsdaily
Room For Improvement.At scene of the battle. So soon a. Forbes Lowell Holmes and Emerson- to
Olllce second story McLaurlne Block. me when dove: are so many girls more Swamp.Root Is soon realized. It is sold a dinner given by Blr Josiah knew the result be rode off, and all ages varying from seventy-five to< from Jacksonville to Tampa, all
than I awlGeorge1'u by druggists In fifty- delivering at Fair Groundsfrom
DeLan'1 Florida. beautiful I1I1<1l1lOl'C don't worthy cent and one dollar .:: Reynolds ul which were present (Jar- night long he kept at a gallop, chang eighty-five and were productive to the the passengers Tamp Bay. Hotel Station.:

COUNTY ABSTRACT CO : sire I know. sizes. You may have """ rick Johnson Fox, and others Dr. ing horses every fifteen mile At Bern11 lust Dr. Holmes wrote In his eighty- Don t miss this opportunity to visit the

yOLUSI sample bottle by mall ". Bernard the dean of Derry, had asserted n he had one long drink of beer and fifth year that "time does not threatenthe Manic City; at small. cost.Accidental .

Openlnathe Door.SheFaint free also pamphlet tellB_.cor __ that after the age of fortyfivea thun at once ant down to the task of old man so often with the scytheas

S B. WilHon. Bert Fish, lent never won fair lag all about It. Including many of the man does not Improve "1 differ writing, hour after hour against, time with the sandbag," yet be wrote Killing.

lady, you Iwo1Ie'fme. I fear 1 thousands of testimonial letter received with ;you sir" said Johnson. "A man the tidings of which bo was the bearer. brilliant verse for special occasions almost While deer hnnting In the scrub last '

Manager. Actuary. shall' never muster up courage to propose from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer may Improve aud you yourself have After he had written the story of the to the end. week between Daytona and Ormond,

Abstractors of Titles. She-Hut then Indies are not al b Co., Binghamton, N. Y., Be sure and great room for Improvement. The battle and put It on the wires he lay Theodor Mornmson, the historian a Ed:: Hnssoll. saw something moving in

10n Indiana Ave. DeLand, Fla. fulr. I'm n decided 1 brmette.DICINE. mention this naper.BSTeetMlIr. dean was confounded and for the lu- down In his clothes and slept twenty man of almost Insignificant stature the bathes and supposing it was a deer
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stant silent Recovering himself. he hours. without waking. He had witnessed and emaciated frame, manifested in tired but to bis horror discovered. that

; HOWARD, .......... remarked, "On reflection I see no cause. the battle, which lasted six his eighty-sixth ODd last year the energy he bad killed his own. brother, John

ALFRED Only one doc has ever' bad the au- to alter my opinion unless I were to hours: ridden 120 miles and written of a man In middle life. The Earl Kusavll. Both. are well\ known residents

dacity to enter parliament during the call It Improvement for a map to grow and dispatched a telegraphic message of Dundonuld though he was always of Daytona.The:

SURVEYOR 'proceedings. A hundred years ago the I which, I allow be may-positive, four columns In length! to the Dally lu hot water and his whole life was

I lords were thrown into consternationby rude and Insolent and save argument> News all In the space of thirty hours.. a series of quarrels-though be performed Lake City Index Hays: Some Idea

DeLand, Florida. a dog's entry. Lord North was addressing by brutality." Macmlllan's Magazine. some of the most daredevil of why Live Oak la forgoing ahead is
told lu tne advertising columns of i'S
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF G the house, and the dog feats recorded In the history of naval The Democrat carries a pageeach
CITY papers
promptly proceeded to bark furiouslyat Folded In. Jn.t Like American.. warfare, winning many brilliant victories from two of its merchants; fifteen

bid him. 'Lord North, considerably upset "Madge, Hurry asked me to marry A peculiar revelation In regard to against enormous odds-lived to other! carry half page' each, and besides

E H. HAYWARD moved that the member who was him last night. trnln travel In Japan Is that the people eighty-five and wrote his history of the l l l this. other business. men in .spaces

Interrupting him should be suspended. "Oh I am delighted" replied ht* of various classes, customarily politeIn liberation of Peru. Chile and Brazil till up over three pages more. That's

Agency of the leading Fire Insurance Thereupon the dog was driven out nnd friend. "How did It happen?" their Intercourse with one another and "The Autobiography of a Seaman." I why Live Oak is outstripping some of
of America-The Aetna.
Company City property a Specialty.No This great stock medicine is a suspended lu such a manner that he "Well, you see,'he Just asked. me and, and In their dealings with aliens, lose two most vigorous, lucid and dashing; the other towns in this section.

808, Boulevard DeLond Fla. money saver for stock raiser It never Interrupted again.-London Opin I said 'Yes' and then be stood up and nearly all sense of courtesy. when they works, under the stress of intense

Is a medicine not a cheap food or ion. folded his arms." enter a passenger car When I first physical pain la the last three years of Oscar Samuel, Fred Green. Will

condition powder Though put up I "Well, I never! Was he not more Interested rode In u first. class", car In Japan and his life. Smith Frank Reeves and Cute Bellamy,

In coarser form than Thedford's The Nnaaber Forty. In <.. Bible. than that? Whatever did you saw several dainty Japanese women In Sir Charles James Napier the hero DeLand< negro boys, were bound over to

Blaok-Draught, renowned for the The rain that produuo.1 the .flood. do at such treatment?" pretty silltH standing while Japanese of Sclnde, was sixty before he hold any the December term of the criminal

E t YS cure of the digestion troubles of fell for forty days and forty nights "What could I do? You see, I was In men remained resolutely seated I could great command. He fought and woe court last Monday by Justice. under of the the charge Peace Bradley of gambling. -
and after It ceased It was forty days almost fancy I was on an elevated successfully
"" persons it has the same qualities bis arms when he folded them. !great battles, governed They were caught in a game. of
of invigorating digestion stirring before ,Noah opened the ark. Moses train In New York bound for Harlem. great provinces and achieved a great craps.

up the torpid liver and loosening was forty days on the mountain fastIng Impoaalble. Harold Bolce In Bookovers'| Magaslne. nave long after that period of life hail

SEED the eonstiputed bowels for all stack and the spies spent forty day In- Tommy was telling his mother about passed when, according to an antique Letter to W. W. Alcott.

Duero. your congamcw and" poultry.; It is carefully pre Tostlgullng matters In Cunuitn' before the wonderful things he saw at the morality not quite exploded It behooves

Th.y bay.arwf.awon't pared and I its action I. so healthful making their report. Elijah fasted country; fair. When he claimed to bare HI* Coat of Arm. u man to lay aside the things of DeLand Fla. I
hit now. lu the ",wlljcrnuwi and :Jonah "Now that you are wealthy, Mr. O. his soul ,
forty days life and to
that stock grow and thrive with anoccasional seen a monster pig that was bigger! the present prepare
aft d.ai.n.dtlo.
Sold by said the who deals In pedigrees Dear Sit Mr N Delhi. NY
man Avery
the people of Nineveh forty Post : ,
!gave for the next. Saturday Evening
s..a Aa..dpe.tpals dose in their food. It than bis father bill mother accused him -
Ave.0.MBlMN. cures hog cholera and makes hogs days In which to repent. The forty of exaggerating and the like, "you really should beginto bad two houses exactly alike and painted -,

00. fast of Jesus Is known to all adopt a coat of arms." Poor Pa.a. them: one Devoe lewl-and-clnc; the
fat. It cures chicken cholera days' "It Is impossible" she su/d.-New" .
grow other barytes and-alnc. Be paid same
and roup and makes hens lay. It reader of the New Testament. York Frees "I'll do Just as I please, retorted Miss Nearslte-Isn't that a new bonnet
price for both paints.
Mr. C. hotly. "If I like to go about In mother? Miss Wlss -Well
cores constipation, distemper and on your
......... Far Tbeea. my shirt sleeves, that ain't none d yourbusiness I think It's on papa.-E&cban8CI. He used six gallons of lead-and-ilno .
colds in hones, murrain in cattle, Should B* Grateful. really 13 gallons. barytes-and< mina .w r

and make a draught animal do "Eddlo, do you know what. happensto "Yes, sir (VMrloy. says Miss De Witt I"A TbOM GI.... He paid 118 for painting lead-and- ;.
we promptly obtain C. B. and ForeignPATENTS work for the food consumed. bad little I>o'a'" "
more made a perftit inonl-ey out of him. right
Real Hero. Stella-He wore my picture sino, $30 for painting baryCe-end-sima
It gives animals and fowls of all Yes'in. ; the bears cat 'em op. I "Has be tlu.t.ked ....r yet for the improvement "You don't bolleve In divorce, then" over bIB heart and It stopped the ballet The total cost of the l<*.a
kind. new life. Every farmer and Then" why don't you tryto' be alas fraught about?"-New "N>. air; I've got too much sporUn' Bella-No wonder dear; It wool was <37; the total cost of the barytes-' '

raiser should certainly give it a geed' I. Orleans -\mot-rut.) blood." stop a dock. and-slno job was too --

trial.It. "Hunt S'poso I am afraid'ef.bea1'tl1Say. "What has that to do with It?" He didn't know he was baying bary

costs 25o. a can and saves ten I got a toy ,1..toU"-D1. Dispatch tee the dealer told him. that paint was
Bond modal,akMoB or photo of Invention for Too n.... "I believe In a fight to the finish. Bvtfeevr.Oracle ; %
fraenporton book, times its price in profit. .j Farmer's Wife-Why have you left Philadelphia Ledger.A -Oh I Stealing Jam! I'm.... as good M Devoe.
How Potenm sMn I toGASNOW that ploce of steak I sent _it for you? leg: to tell mamma.> :I'retId7-Weal4D.t fair example of bow generally j
rrrmuBO,K**., March W, tied A Mark nf Cult... oomes-oat-- when YOII buy "something.
Tramp (Indignantly) didn't ask tor little nonsense now and then :you rather have some jamfHerpeVuBaser. 1)1
1 have. bean using your BlftafcDrtagbtlook Maud-Tl,>. ('. iflvttcr from Jack LIt nskod just a. good." Better go by the name:,
and Poultry Medlolne on mr I work mn'nni. I for something brings fallu"o O a lot of men.-Chicago '
I .took for some &1_ I h.... ud an ? What, horrid siirlllnir! Mabel-I to eat.-Illuslratcd BUs Reeorcl-ileruid. the name; and the name Is Devoe. ;
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f The farmers out West are get. 1 LL OVERTHE COUNTY trucking business in New York 'State. '"-.eC.e:. :.ee: :....... e:1i1e: :. :. :.:.::.c:.:.::..:::.. .ceceJ.. :.. :... .. :. : .
COUNTY RECORD. THE CIRCUIT COURT. are on a visit to friends in the neighborhood .w<1 ; .... .... .........._. .....011...., ... ... ... .., ... .. ... .. ... ...
$1.25 for wheat and "
ting they; *a

,',I, voted for no change in the at Verdict of $8,000 for Judge Stew. TEMS OF INTEREST WAl'TEU TO to Mr their and home Mn at Melvin Orange Beasley City Junction returnee u; WATTS & MILLER, *

Entered In the. Po.'x>ffloe at DeLand.[ Fla., ministration. art-Two Negro Murder Cases TIlE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Saturday. Mrs Beasley" has been visiting w. \b

as second olus matter., Secretary of State Hay, one of A grand jury was organized lag CORRESPONDENTS.-- days her,sister and Mrs Mr Beasley E M Woolwine came up several and( HARDWARE FURNITURE $

B. E. PEEVATT, Editor Proprietor. the greatest of diplomats of the Friday to investigate two negro Pierson.Charles accompanied her home. i |t!
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murders at DeLeon Springs and Osleen Some of these days, and probably not
.. present day will continue i in '
--' long, there is to be
few months and trno bills for golflg some one

I She at 8 is tIle sorest democrat Roosevelt's cabinet through his a mnrder were brought ago in in both oases Volnsia Dillard after Sunday retnrnwd last to spent his workat here one little of boy the A ground C L's passenger"all to pieces trains under that | UNDERTAKING 5ji t tm |;

,$ today in Florida.Rooaevelt second a.dministration.ExAttorneyGeneral. and they were set for trial for Tuesday with his most excellent family. passes here. The officials onotht, to have

morning. Mrs John Horn and children of this a heavy fine for one getting on and off LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE FURNI. \tiij

," was not elected by Knox, A Jury case was before the court town took a pleasant" outing in DeLand after trains are in motion. A nitnre and Everything for your home. the Best and Latest in IfMi /

i now Senator from 1'ennsylvania, Friday afternoon and Saturday, Judge, last week, returning Wednesday after I Chas Chnssagae, representing Baltimore the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the JKW .
republican votes but by votes noon. house, was here latter part week flue class of Goods we carry. hour| Furniture Department i Is three >
cast by democrats. is already being groomed by Stewart suing E. E Ropes in the sumo Miss Helen Cade one of Fiemon', 1 soliciting orders for seed potatoes for ilf. doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything in \|.j

some as Roosevelt's, successor. $8,000 damages loveliest young ladles, departed Wed I spring planting. He is so carried away JK oar lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either depsl'.1'.
Some time ago Ropes had Jndg nemlay, for a month's outing with friends with this this section as to the pencil In. \l> ment. We have the goods yon need and will satisfy ;you
.;;. A considerable portion of the It is said that the President him Stewart arrested for embezzlement of at DeLand, and Lake Helen. dustry, that he bargained. for 40 acres ot Oft money back. dJm

.: present, Florida orange crop is self looks upon it with favor. funds which Ropes claimed bad been Miss Viola Reeves, one of Baiber land for a, peach orchard. Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. \i ijjj >
villu'H\ truly handsome young Indies Mrs S 0 Butler and daughter, Miss
going to the Western markets. and due hlui
The question now is did Tammany collected in a cape were visited, this town Wednesday, accompanied Mary, returned Friday from a ten days'
----- Judge Stewart had the but re UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. M..
.. money by that excellent lad, Perry visit in Savannah iMlsa Mary was snmmoned ;
,Joe Lee, tha negro collector of pull true in the campaign fused to turn it over to Ropes until the Ward. there for a settlement of her Mr. J. A. Stith., a graduate ,

internal revenue of Jacksonville, in' New York. Chief Murphy case wan settled, or that he was directed The pastor, Rev H S Miller, preached grandfather's estate.. a portion of which \."?j of one of thefinest Embalming ili. J
to do the interested a flue sermon In the Methodist church was left her. Mrs Butler's son, Win USchools. of the is in ,.J
by parties country
Parker majority of so
promised .
will cut the federal pie in Flor a .at this place Sunday afternoon Hi Dorsey. returned with them. .' ; charge of this department and '.
before Justice
ida. 140,000 in Greater' New York,I The case came np congregation greatly. enjoyed the fine Mr S G Vai'nes and Miss Bessie Wool V? will give prompt and careful ,'!
Bradley for estimation, and njon sermon and singing, wine stole a march on their friends attention \I
and he missed i in 105,000, Par/ / 0 J.1 to every detail of this .. ,
hearing the facts In the case lie die- the northwest winds Saturday night by going to DeLand and work. I
With cume. a ,j. Ii.it;
The Japs are yet making it ker's being only LL m.L.> .Ln L 9. u. .. .
: majority mJOOO'1 charged Jndge Strvrarr. as there was whirl Sunday that. blew down Pete oemg marriHu annuity ac jaagf rao
very warm for Russia in Man. not a particle of grounds npon which to Pierson s barn in East Pierson with 150 Crory's re"i William Jennings Bryan came bushels of corn in it, and also upset a were prepared for them on their return,
churia. She still gets the best Mae a case for the State. The followIng large stack of hay near-by. and 1 on Monday. night gave them an old \. Always in Stock. 'LZ 'Z.t t!
out of the recent wreck as big a sued fashioned tin Mr Varnes i Is
in engagement. day Judge Stewart Hopes, panning. ". 'U
every, army democrat as find in this claiming damages, as above stated. The Eugene Pierson and Charlie Smith, an extensive cattle owner, while Miss ._, ._. ._,-,- ,_._._._._._._'_._._._._
you our two young nimrnds, are making the Bessie is one of our prettiest young ":,..... ::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=... ::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=::=, '
Ilolloway received a big major country) ''lie will now go; to work lary Saturday last heard the evidence, woods,, lively these cool nights in searchof ladies, and each and every one of their
and brought in a verdict in favor of the the big fat pos nm. and they scarcely friends in them
join wishing abundanceof
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Even the for
in Wolfe's the
ity own county. building; up party ever f:ul to make a capture.
fnilge, for the full amount, being out good link and prosperity through
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republican candidate 1908 campaign. Tom Watson is "After spending 8 months here with
O'Nealthe it life. They wont to house-keeping at JWiii
short while. is aid.
only a Ropes
her brother Mr W K: Butts, and leU once in his brother John's home near
beat the in that desirous to have the Nebraskan
Independent very will appeal the case to the Supreme liven in Tampa and DeLand. Mrs MaryA tow.

county. leave the democratic Court but must give a good and sufficient Elhtrits of Carthage, IllinolH departed -- JEWEL -

bond for the cost anil to Thursday tor her distant homo
party and work with him in indemnify Orange City.
1"lei'sun's Satin day visiting list: \V B ,
The companies of Boston Judge Stewart. If the Supreme Court
gas
rehabilitating;!; the populist party, Cads of Snnnyside went to DeLandPutor ,
unntains the verdict, which it will in all STOVES RANGES R mttnigs
have effected AND
just a $20,000,000 but Bryan proposes to fight his Bradslmw/ went to Crescent City. There was a sharp frost on Sunday
trust. A $20,000,000 merger is irotmbllty, Judge Stewart will get the :Mayor Patrick M Higgins and, 1 Mr N L night.
political battles, 'in the demo- aid will be lesson Douglas invaded town from Volusia. -
MM'OO.' a Revere our arrived keep on saving all winterand
considered a light affair in cratic ranks. \Mr and Mrs Jas Walden Sat
taught the hermit lawyer. unlay night.
Boston. Judge' ttegga conducted, the cane for Two of Em poria's moat worthy Indies, Ml' Herrick went off Wednesday to you will have somethingmore
One of the remarkable victories Ju] Stewart before the court. Miss \Marie Miner and, Mrs Martin\ MlIn..r attend the conference. than a pile of ashes and
Admiral Kojestvenaky's "fire ge :\ were unoping in this place Mon- half burned coal to show for
of Tuesday's election wu Mr Gerish was here last week Wednesday
,
McDonald's $25,000 clmnHge snit day While at Harper's store they were in the Spring time.
when you are raady Shootsky"order won by the shoe manufacturer, I against the stock paper of this placewas weighed, IIIKsfal'le\ 100 pounds and< buying oranges your money /
not bring him as much :Mrs Sarah: 13(). !Mrs Sauls and daughter have pone; to GENUINE JEWEL STOVESbearing
may
Douglass, of Massachusetts.\ ,Mr. continued until the spring term The circus has come end gone. Teet livtjin Mr Ileriick'a house.

: credit as Dewey's. similar in Douglas was the Democratic McDonald. Hays he expoits a bigger ver- Brothers railroad show exbibitea at this \Mr Percy King, who has been quite the above trade mark.

junction. candidate for Governor and (hOt than Judge Stewart received from plate Friday nlghta: large merry crowd ill, has recovered his health. BURN all the coal you put in
liopes. of people from this and othpr section \Miss Dickinson and young lady friend them and get out all the heat
The present orange crop will although the state went for A Jury was empaneled for one of the enjoyed the smart dicks and Tomfoolery arrived last week Wednesday. the coal contains. That's. whywe

bring considerably over $100,000 Roosevelt by a plurality of near murder cases, that of Gen. King, the to the utmost. Major Brenna has taken a short trip] say they are
Thursday evening' of last week Myrtle North and is back this week. .
Dateen turpentine who shot and expected
into> Volusia, and the crop will ly 00,000, Douglass was electedby negro Lodge No 21 K of P of DeLand met in
killed his wife, Tuesday afternoon and Mis Gnnn and Miss\ Trowbridge arrived FUEL SAVERS
session and conferred 4he third
be doubled another if dis- a. plurality of over 80,000.( He regular last
the North
no from Saturday
I the evidence taken Wednesday morning, rank in K of P rank of Knight hood on
aster should come to the crop of made a campaign that appealed and by noon the attorneys had finished !Mr J A Harper of tins place Capt E tNmblack night. and Boon pay for themselves! in reduced furl
"'I and of 13arb rville attended.Mrs The Motningers. who have been living bills. You are Invited to call and sec ail,
1005.) strongly to the voters, con their arguments, and the case submitted
of West Pierson in Memphis, are expected to return to ask about Jewels. .
\ Hiram
Ashley
to the to the jury which brought in a verdict. ,
trary general expectation, moved Lake Helen to Orange City this winter
to Wednesday
Tom Watson is now busy telling he was a winner. of guilty of mnrder in the first degree join her husband and brother who are Rev \Mr Halliday Mr Morse and !Mrs THEY COST NO MORC THAN COMMON STOVES

how and why it all happened, with recommendation of mercy, which logging th"reVe trust, however that Wheldon have gone to attend the con WATTS & MILLER AgentsDeLAND FLORIDA
,
and is making effort to forma The Jacksonville Metropolis, saves his neck and sends liirn to the pen. they will never reicret their removal. ference at New Smyrna this week., ,
f' an Miss Bessie Ashley accompanied her. Mr and Mrs Waldo and Miss Kling .
life. The all
tentiary fpr jury was out -
!
; Ocala Banner Lake Re.port.er
new party. He can make but City Capt F D and \Mrs Harper of West arrived from tbe North on Tuesday
little inroads into the democratic and the other few papers night eleven for hanging and one for a I Pierson are enjoying a pleasant visit night and are guests of Mr K M Tucker I

---.-- ..." .u ,L___ U.L'__ _JO ... life sentence. It agreed upon a verdict from their dauirhter-m.law Mrs James Mrs IVlIlnR. with dunorhter and ffrand-' : _____ a a. ....._ aa_ a __ II
pu.r y. wiiica enuorseu tue ucuoii ui me, Thursday morning. Alexander for the Harper of May'Port. She is accompanied diu ht'e.rnfronlBOBton," Mass- were I w 1JJ..ii..aD1 ..flU.L1i'VJLL.P24

committee and supported the defense. by her bewitching little 2 year old guests of The Trues for a few days last i

All the amendments of thei' Wolfe Lee Stevens. the other negro, who tot Ruth. \Mrs Harper and little Ruth week.
have not and
Independent yet f'ealer in New Second Hand Furniture
will visit aud DeLanil before
constitution,was defeated by the killed a negro at DeLeon several months Tampa Mr! Kolman has bought: three lots on ,
attempted to tell their readersof they return.
the corner of Graves and Holly Ares, of
for trial
i' people last week. The legislature the small vote the Pensacola ago, WHS arraigned Thursday Mr Shephard Hughes: of DeLand 2apt Graves and intends to build a DeLand. and Orange City, Kla. I
morning after the >-
i 10 in future will be careful completing em pan. visited his mother at this place last brick store on the same.
gentleman received over the eling of the jury. As the court was Tuesday, accompanied by his best girl: '
School will take week's vacation
about submitting amendments State for the office of State getting into tbe case one of the jurors, Miss Nancey Glen of Lake county. over the holidays Miss a Welch will]) go Are you In need and expect to purchasefurniture and, general house I
hold for home If visit either of DeLand
or to be voted for. Lee of Daytona was taken suddenly\ \ Sues Glen will spend a month's outing goods your so one my mores-
to her home and Miss Willitowski is
Superintendent of Schools. The and the court adjourned until 9 o'clock here with Mrs Hughes. Shephard returned or Orange City-and get my prices and inspect my Htockx.:: The IJi-st I
undecided where she will
i' bis morning, Friday. : to DeLand and resumed work go. Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the goods and the price i
> If Roosevelt will cut loose vote he received over the State ,--_. Wednesday.Mr At the Orange City precinct there will suit you, or your money back. I have just the (roods you need. I'
was absolutely humiliating to were forty,eight ballots cast: on the My Second Hand Goods Departments, at both stores, are complete j
from the ultra MONDAY'S FOOTBALL. David Jones of West Pierson who
republicans
him and his backers. national ticket there were two Democratic and some rare Bargains can be had in these departments. I buy and
during his second administration has the best reputation of being one and of fruit oarvery I two Republican and one Populist sell second hand household goods. Don't forget to give me a call. I
farmers gardeners: elected.
Stetson Defeat E. F. S. in electors
and deal] with the South Boys forward his first .
as If the wise growers, sent shipment ----- WM. KOLMON 1.eLandandOrangeCity.
Republicans are
f his fall mutkland Irish I
Game. "crop potato
a Pretty
he should the Southern ,
why peo- Lake Helen. -
they will keep their eyes on La- Tridav. They are sure the finest we --
ple will indeed be thankful. The Gainesville Daily Snn gives ton have ever seen grown here. David is
; Follette. He is
representativeof .. ,
a
gardner and his mnek-bed Noble from Winter -
ollowing report of the football game an expert Carl was np Park

;;;.: About the only effective shoot the Western idea that the between the Stetson and East Florida garden looks like station.Mr a miniature. gover. and spent a few days with his parents.Mr "e-" :' ''''''''''''''-'''''''''-''''-''''''''' ''''-'''' ''''--'J r;

tariff is in need of reform went experiment Newman, the man who has leased
sadly Seminary boys at that place last Monday
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: 'so
ing for the Russian boats far Martin M Miner of Emporia" a he Harlan Hotel, is expected here on ,

; in the Russian-Japanese war ing and that the trusts should be "East: Florida Seuiinay went down in hondsome, industrious young lotornoive the twenty ninth of this month. m Never Before $ -

1 curbed. He has not hesitated to engineer on the Atlantic CoastLIne Dr and Mrs Babcock brought down
r' in the North Sea 13,000 defeat at the of 21 \*lI
was tune to nothing be arrived at his old Kmporla home with them a very large. Phonograph. Its
miles from the Japs fleet. They say that he stands for reform fare the giants ofStetaou/ University The "riday' accompanied, by a most lovely quite a. treat to hear such a fine one. (f f\ Have we carried a more m
brl \': killed several English fishermen. along these lines. In [all prob. young soldiers made a magnificent fight Sarah Reading. daughter of Justice Mrs Westlake, Mr and Mrs Russell (m| Complete Stock of IS

t ability if LaFollette were to but the powerful weight of the oppos. fiweph Rending of Trenton, New Jeisey. are delegates to the Christian Endeavor
'f',
for the nomina-. lug!! eleven was too much for their line The\impressive ceremony was perform-' convention which meets in New Smyrna
h f',:" Will those members of the try presidential From start to finish the cadets fought ell by Rev O H Cdder, Pastor of TrinityI this week. i{! <*# FURNITURE {!

irtn.; ._ 1t.hA_ .._ _TMiVili/nn_ .._..__.. TMlrf.v__ rtn.... to ,,1." n1. .1.4. i..1 ..... >,.,.a' TTnfnn .n1r./vln"/ a* A..rV/"R mill XA
:r State committee who attempted -- 6 AJ U u '' - '
fiercely, at times holding the Stetson ; ; ttIeiU; ; ; i- .v m
handsomely I in a brown silk held io the Congregational church on
,to' have Independent Wolfe platform inimical to the trusts, line for a few feet in their terrific onanghts. !gown trimmed with gold beaded lace. \VfI<1ne.dayevenlnlC, Rev Wells preachIng -, ,1J\ Everything for your home-the latent in style-the best 'f'if' '

defeat a regular democratic he would never get it. But he is Notwithstanding the fact Slit carried a bouquet of pink carnations the sermon. that is made. We want to take you through this depart- *ii"
:. t ment of Store You will l find the and '.,.
md bridal The bridesmaid \Miss our goods you want
of and that our boys under the average weight roses. \Mr Swerdfiguer bus moved to De- I.
a man resources
: nominee ? have power that
; resign They no of the visitors Kate Greeley was also handsomely Land, his son. a young married man, ff\f at prices /f f>
by pounds
S, business on the State ExecutiveCommittee. and if he gets after the trusts twenty they gowned and carried. a beautiful bouquet will come down the first of the year and It' CAN'T BE DUPLICATED
never allowed a distance than j jj(
and the tariff with a sharp stick greater ot carnation Mr Charles Greeley of live on tbe home place. '
six yards to be gained on them at "renton was best man Mr and \Mrs .f.' .. .... -
t' Mr, Berlin Wright of Penn Yen N Y, ** #****+*+**+f**+*
in dead earnest, he would make any line rush. The opponents were not :Miner left on the 0 o'clock train amida who owns 2 cottages here, also one at I, }

,: For the first time since the things lively for a time. only powerful men in physiquebut best> hot wishes.shower They ot new made rice pleaaant, wheat! stopsIn and Coronado, is,with part of bin family, expected /|\ Undertakers and Embalmers n ni {>
down to spend the winter
Civil War ,Missouri w'ill send a, were in every particular well trained Philadelphia and Washington on '

\,,t republican to the United States The truckers down the East I and disciplined athletes The' Seminaryline their journey to Florida \Mr Miner's! baptist The Indian churches River meets Association at Miami this of /i:: Full Line of Fine Goods ;
bride is of the
most charming
:'r" :Senate. A republican legislature Coast are preparing; for a heavy lined averaged average not 140 leas pounds than, 170.the Stetson It was Indies that one have journeyed South! young in along year' on the twenty fifth of Nov. Rev /,\ Always on hand. /f\f fiff
Wells will be the
only delegate from
planting o( winter but are time She is an accomplished
crops,
;; was elected in that State last simply impossible to stop the charges, this church.
i! though the cadets/ met them with lady with a great many attractive
not planting exclusively the to- a courage -
.. week, and will elect a successor and determination never witnessed nalities, The friends of the happy Mr Mace has bought Mr Bedell's\ crop J. F. ALLEN & CO.m f
IftoSenator: Oockrell: nextjspring. mato. They glutted the markets before upon the local gridiron. It was couple wish for them a life of happiness of oranges also Mr Westlake's and Mrs

,'J{ last winter and spring with this a clean, manly game the Stetsonmen ..ud prosperity They met awaiting : enkins' grapefruit. Very busy times \
f' t conducted themselves like theIr arrival and received a great many i now around the packing houses; one car ;,.A.-
:;," There is no ,doubt, that thousands vegetable. A fine crop was gentlemen Not a criticism can be of- valuable wedding presents A large left the Mace packinghonse on Sutnr-.
but the prices receivedwere ered. They are a fine set of fellows. crowd of Pierson and Euiporla young day, and then Tuesday some very nice,
' of the extreme silver grown, aDd the Seminary boys give them the people organized: a band of rnnsio and right fruit was sent from Lake Helento -

'! democrats' the North desired poor. They are also plant- honors of Stale championshrp Next gave. them a splendid Florida serenade the Sonth Florida Fair. ?'J3JJ5'I5j5J'seS3'LlSe5'I iiTE.W.BONDCO I i-i-a-t-l-tl-i-I I Jj
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ing the the the year we hope to wrest the laurel trom and warm weloome Saturday night on
' to get even with those gold bugs egg plant, potato, them. Stetson has won the cup fair their arrival here. Loring Camp Session 1'ostponeil.

who voted for McKinley and who lettuce and peppers this season. and square.1 -- Owing to a mistake as to the date of

The vegetable of Florida : the meeting of the Camp this week's
4 during this 'campaign were in crops Seville. '
: W. C. T. U. meeting: Is adjourned to the January. .
Jf.>. .i the saddle for Parker. They did bring millions of dollars into the meeting. JOHN A. BRADLEY, :::: Manufacturers, of} .
The parlor meeting of tbe Christian I
State now Therewas Henry Price visited Jacksonville first Secretary.
i" for Roosevelt. every year. II'
; 80 by voting Temperance Union met with Mrs. Robert '
_.
1i of the week. I .
, very little trucking carriedon Patton Thursday afternoon of last Miss Blanche Burnett is visiting ::: Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates Peach .

(', Why can't the big wholesale in the State prior to the great and week.much The business meeting dispatched was well attended by our friends in Crescent City. FOR SALE. II':::: Crates Orange and Peach Baskets, Straw- W

:' houses ot, Jacksonville get a freeze of 1804 and 1809) ), but the energetic President after which the Mr M Morrison. of Eldi idge, Is visiting ::

; schooner load of apples ,down people now have found out whata meeting adjourned to meet in the. par- friends and relatives in town. One complete b droomuit. ; berry Baskets, etc.

lore of the Christian Church December Oranges are going in heavy now from _. __ __ ... $2 ) 00. II' :i;
the Northern it is and '
from orchards 16th.
paying
,i1t : industry are 5. this place for Thanksgiving trade. :;:: Orders Filled Promptly and shipped Anywhere. -
where they are selling for $1.00 going to continue it. The social feature of tbe afternoon Mr Raymond Jenkins of Hbg nsville, Orienicedesk------ II' 3
consisted of music and conversation Ga, is the guest of M. A A Fergnson. One side saddle. \10
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barrel., They can then sell aadoake 5.00 : *
per nrlnar which delicious '
coffee
:
rf/ cocoa ,
; Under no conditions President Messrs Isham Moody and B F Falsen .
says One lot withacre
',:;. them at 2.00 a barrel, and make Roosevelt will I be acan- were served. made Palatka a visit first of the week. __ _, _27 1-2. __acres L. ___,_ Address \10 ..I',...
.a. fortune from one schooner load. Mr and Mrs H C Price had the misfortune 5 grove, 100 ,uoxes iruu; .
The ladles of the Woman's Christian .
THE E. W. BOND
',' didate, or accept the nominationof Union last week to lose their infant boy. on.trees rom ; CO., g
Temperance will entertain their ; 5 cottage. m
1008. In a statement he says : husbands and families with a Thanks- Mr S A Baker oar mill man, made w.
4,' Massachusetts, Colorado, Minnesota "I giving Social in the hospitable home of Jacksonville a business visit later partof S. M Morse, : Lake Helen, Fla. w*

' .f.' and Missouri went for am deeply sensible, of the Mr. and Mr. D. B. Paxton: on Friday last week. w w
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)'..-'. ,Roosevelt by big 'majorities, especially honor done me by the American evening. Nov. 25th from 7 to 10. I Mr and Mrs A B Prevatt'epe t latter. Orange City.Fla. i aaaaaaaattaaaa* ........
Dart of last weeK: with friends and relatives
.,:'J"\ "*? ':the 1int'three States, people in thus expressing their Miss Neal will leave Monday November |'n DeLand. _

but ::all 'elected democratic confidence in what I 'have done 28th, for Philabelphla to attend the81st I I Mrs J D Robinson and two children
'f' they I National Convention of the W. C. with us. 'BOND
and have tried to do. I of Arcadia are visiting Mrs R's parents I nsure LUMBER COMPANY.
1\'governors./ ,Masaachusettt went appreciate 1 T. IX, which convene in that city on Mr and Mrs J 0 Robinson.
to the full the solemn 80th Inst N ow is the tlme.v -. .
I responsibility -, I Little Theodore Roosevelt arrived "
Boosevelt: by 80,000() majority tie
S Will quote yon prices and supply yon from their yards near depot at DeLav.
this confidence imposes Monday morning to bless the home of Spot cash for l see.U ,
'; _but Douglass carried the ,State We are pleased to note that our ranks Mr and Mrs A M Flowers. with the best cypress and yellow pine -
upon.jne, and ,shall do all ,now contain 83 paid np members. Should should be protected.Ryoufnsured .
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by? ,, jWQ: majority., that in I ws not number many times that in a Mn A A Ferguson and son Georire returned Lumber Flooring j Ceiling Mouldings Turnings : .J
lie
forfeit ;
i not to ,
my power town where there are so many wives, first of the week after n month'svisit ; ?. ,

? f'\'/The ..republican office*,:holders it. On the fourth of March mothers and sisters with relatives In Geargla." SHINGLES LATH ETC.,
.. company reliable. _
'I Dr and Mrs D R Henderson and child every ,
,; :ot"Oeorgla'are1'greatl ,;excited. next/1/ shall have served three Funeral at Mr*.. Arnow. ren nnd sister Mrs Ellerbee, left last All Lumber Building and Fire Brlok promptly delivered anywhere In th ..

.:"' 'cTheylarn'' ,they say.:from pretty and &. half years, ,ond this three The funeral of Mrs. Leslie T. Arnow, week for trip to the World's Fair. \/heu does. your policy expire? ,

""'t,, ',good, authoritjri, that., ..PresidentBooeevelt and a* half-years"- constitute.' my tile llcunopy.sad death Thursday of whom morning occurred was held at daughter Miss Dean of Dr Saunters and ,Mr, J the U Saundera charming, I*.>o\ir policy In force: ? Tin Pipe fitting Tin 'tooling, GUI'tering
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:: \'wants 'a change"'In first term. The wise. custom I from the I residence Friday afternoon of Undilla, Ga i is the guest of Mr and Telephone) number sliteem TD EeG I 4 L and .spoutinsr" Pump

y those'federaioifleei; ; 'whre'the which ''limits the President to and the interment WM in the Mica-" Mrs i {rr H McBride.Mr U ,repaired wells and a.nks.madto
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W H McBride has force of INSURANCE AGENCY. .
cemetery. : a
two terms the 'substanceand nopy HON? ,
: juclirabent has bee J.n j for regards ,
eight not the Under 'circumstanced The service were very impressive, I I I men: patting up his crop of jgrapefrnlt to order.Repairing of all
form. no -
:.." & .;'that theT jhtrald give way I and s> great many /rlende attended. ', and oranges and clearing several acres t.J will find us at Plumber.kinds.. '
';, ; have' will I be a, candidatefor biota WM evidence that the lady was ''' of land preparatory for a peach: orchard. Tinsrnith & : Satisfaction?': guaranteed.
44,bit.otb i'reubUcsna 'lor accept another noinina-I lghlr. regarded In and I" and DeLand.
Mlcanopy r88iI Ztetspn
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS.THE Thanksgiving Day Thursday next. New crop Onion Seed, .Bermuda at '

I. : Fresh Garden Seeds at G. W. Fisher G. W.,Fisher1. A WELL DRESSED HAN
STORE NEWS ---
: New writing papers at Brill's Also Money to( loan on gilt edge security

f IMPORTANT.IfEWH" ITKMM Of new hosiery. Address Lock Box 261, DeLand.

THE FAST WEEK.!: Miss Carrie Watt la spending the If only a few buds yon should plant


!l Local and loaUty Items roe\ tk. P.OI>|.'. week Beautiful at Tampa.new'Japanese China goods out Rev.pecan Butler trees and this winter.his son of Seville a TT IS FAIR TO ASSUME; :

G. A. DREKA & CON P.p.r-Brief' Mratloa of ....,. a. just received at Brill's : were at DeLand Wednesday.!,

...a fey oar K.p...... Mr. A. V. Chandler of Daytona was The truckers are bringing lots of # that you want to be ,
at the county seat this week 1 fresh vegetables into market dally. :

W. S. Taylor, Denitst. Mr. O. F. Lnkens was an Orange Yon must stare early and work late well dressed. Most men ., g
New school stationery Brill' City visitor to DeLand Monday. to get in a day's work these short days

Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Mayor True of Orange City was here Rev. Brewster and family were In 4L' ( M 1r ty do. Well dressed means i

VALUES The woodmen hare been busy this >n business the first of tbe week. town,from Orange City the first of the
GOOD week.

week. Electric Light Co. is wiring the Air. Paul' George was at the county *. .c'f; c 'j r% to wear clothes correct in
Fisher has the school books and school Presbyterian manse for electric lights ,
seat on business from the north end the '
supplies. Hon. W. S. Thayer and daughter was first of the week. I style that fit, that are made

That's Our Argument.The Mrs. Carlisle was np from Osteen the at DeLand from Enterprise Wednesday.I Messrs. R. M. Tucker and Wm.

drat of the week Mr. J. W Smith has been shipping Eveleth were Orange City visitors to of good materials, and tailored -

Bedford Jones was at the county seat some very fine oranges to market this DeLand Tnar day.

Best VALUES to be had in De- from the north end Tuesday. week. The city council held a short session t in such a way as to

Land that's what we are prepared to Mrs. Maynard Bond was shopping In Mr. Silas B. Wright made a business last Monday night. Only routine badness .

; town from Lake Helen Tuesday.The trip to New Smyrna the first of the was before it. ,/ keep their style and fit

demonstrate. We have over two hun- mother of Mr. M. F. Burton Is week. Mrs. Sylvester of Vineland, N. J., lespending .

very 111 at the Stetson home of her son. Judge Stewart will have near 1000 the winter with her cousin while wear them. We j
of Mrs. S. B. Wright you
dred Patterns Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White were boxes: of tangerines from his home
Harry T. Howard was at DeLand tbe
Orange City visitors to DeLand Tues grove.< have them at Fountain's.
latter part of the week. He I I. now
Domestic and Imported WoolensOf day.Mr. All the public schools of the connty bustling on tbe road for Swift & Co.

I Thomas Carberry was a Lake will adjourn Wednesday.afternoon next Ropes threatens to cue the city because .

Helen visitor to DeLand the first of the for Thanksgiving. some boys turned over his house AGENTS FOR STETSON AND NO-

all kinds forWinter week. Quite .a storm visited this section last on Alabama Ave. Halloween night. t :' .. NAME HATS

The son of Rev. Brewster of Orange Saturday:! with severe wind continuing It is a shanty about 12x13: feet. i rtrr. I

City Is taking the business course at to Sunday afternoon. Tbe family' of Judge Jones will occupy s(

SuitingsAt Stetson. Eight or ten mechanics are at work the Lawrence residence on Michigan f WALKOVER:: AND QUEEN QUALITY

Mr. W. B. Minshew of the north end, finishing np the Gelsslnger home frontIng Ave Miss Annie Jones a student SHOES t

.I- was at the county Beat on business The College Arms. of Stetson, entering this week.

all prices. It will cost you anything Wednesday. The orange growers have many of Mr. Holden arid son, who recently re-

Mrs G. A. Dreka returned the latter the laborers at work assisting in the turned from New York went to Titus V.M.FOUNTAINGent's

to see what we are offering.PRICES. part of the week from a two months' gathering< and packing of the orange villa Thursday to see about shipping a Copyright 1904 by
fine crop of oranges from the grove
crops.
visit In Illinois.
there Hart Schaffner 1r0' Marx
Furnishings and Shoes
Mr. Fflnger, the barber has purchased The big freights coming to DeLandby
both the Atlantic Count and Mr William Kohnon the furniture -- -- -- --
and Is now occupying one of the Clydelines
and dealer in second hand household
Black and Blue Brilliantine (02 1-2 cts to $1.50[; the yd Waters cottages. is a self.evident fact that DeLandis man -
< goods, has a new ad in today'sRecord
Green and Brown Mixed Suitings! 75;:; cts to -1U.CO the yd Mrs Marlng-Bprake la having quitea prospering. to which your attention Is ','
The Senior:! and Junior Leagues of theM H.
Cashmere, in all colors, 25;:; eta to $1.50& the yard handsome addition pnt to her house .E Church will hold a Bazaar the. first culled J. PAXTON
on East Indiana Ave. The registration of students at StetsonUnlvel' ,
us.G. week in December. Particular notice
Call on Mrs Frank S. Same of New Smyrnais will be given later. ity now reaches. nearly the 800 '
spending the week with her parents mark. The Institution is having .moat Cleaveland Block, DeLand.

CO. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mann. Mrs. Woodall entertained the Cran- successful year the beat in every respect

A. DREKA & Mrs. Charles Kurt. left Monday for ford Club this week, and Mrs. Woodward it has had In its history. ....".,..."" .,..,." .,." ,... .
was the hostess at the of
meeting The pupils of the 8th grade at the
Tampa, where she visits Mr. Knrrt'esister
(jf Phone 77. Mrs Thomas Snyder. the Cherokee Clnb. High School, who are taking the course Fresh Packed Goods,

County Solicitor:! Perkins expects 2000 In civil government, were taken to tbe
Mrs. J. E Bigelow returned the first
boxes of grapefruit from his hammock election polls on election day and givena )
of the week: from a two months' stay at The Best in the Market.
Philadelphia and New York. grove this season. He has shipped 750 practical lesson by watching the
boxes, and they are not missed voters vote.
County Surveyor Thomas F. Drudy Mr. Geo. E I am now receiving!; and opening my Fresh Packed Canned
Wheeler who
formerly Mr. and Mrs\ D. B. HHrgreaven, who
was at the county seat from his F-mpo- 1 Goods of every description, all from standard houses which '
spent many winters rat DeLand once lived. Ht DeLand, the few
'The ria home the first of the week. formerly past send out only standard articles and if not as represented :
owning a fine grove near the city, died
Arms years in Northern Georgia; will spend
College The MUlls your money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully
Hodgkins Sugar going day recently at his home at Minneapolis. the winter at DeLand. They have rented .
and the of selected and of the 1904 gather. 4
night, converting cane
crops .
Miss Towhsend, a charming young the Davis house, opposite the Olive

-- about DaLand Into syrup and sugar. lady( of Marion, Ala., is spending the Branch on Boulevard A Fresh Line of Cereals a;J

Miss Fannie Wood went to Tampa winter with Mrs. D B. Paxton of this For Sale or Rent-Fine, commodious, .

DeLAND, FLORIDA this week, and in the guest! of Miss place and Mrs. Heyward Paxton of New comfortable,dwelling Gelaainger Place, Breakfast Foods Biscusts Fancy Crackers and Cakes right
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Ender, who formerly lived at DeLand.
Smyrna. opposite College Arms. All modern
from the Factories, and the best you ever had, carefully selected -
Meson. Baird & Alexander are ship- Editor Pratt of the Seabreeze and Improvements. Not furnished. A bar for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.

; Opens for Guests December 29 ping from four to five cars of oranges a Col. Post Mayor of the town of Sea. gain; to the right parties. Apply to

day from their packing houses in this breeze, were at DeLand the latter part bilas B. Wright, agent. My Line of Fancy GroceriesWill
section. of the week, having business before the The Bond Sandntone Brick Co( has

Under the management of JOHN O. HOLLAND, Many county people were at DeLand Circuit Court. already shipped over a mlllftn of tbe be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher

this week, summoned as jnron In tbe Rev. M. Mac Mackin, a friend of Mr.\ pretty sandstone< brick. The factory standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people, 1

at present manager of the BLUE JIoraxAnr\ LAKK two negro murder cases before the Cir and Mrs. Stetson, was here from Philadelphia started< np about three months ago( and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the 5

HOTEL, Blue :Mountain Lake, New York, (Adiron snit Court. the first of the week and was a They are shipped to different portions people, give me an order and you will continue to have the '1
of tbe State to the
mostly points on
Mr. Thomas Holbrook is having his guest of Tbe Oaks while in the city. goods thereafter sent to your home. :
and other information coast(
dack Mountains.\ ) For rates
a
property on the Boulevard occupied by He left for the North Wednesday.
apply, before November 15, to :Mr. Holland, EL L Powe and family repaired and I Rev. H. G. Reed one of the prominent Honest Ooods, Full WeIght,Careful Attention Prompt Delivery !
H.
E. has
Agent Hayward a bargainIn colored, ministers of the State,
Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. repainted.Mr. a new six room house, within 800 editor of the Sunday School Lesson, .'
Alfred who built and PAXTON.
Putnam J. H.
r HOLLAND can be addressed at yards of the College Arms, on a large published at Jacksonville, was at De- Phone 79
formerly owned the Putnam House of
lot of land, with a cheap tenement Land tbe first of the week in the In. ,
this lace, died last week his Utica .
at
I N. Y., home.. house at rear end. Now Is the time to terest of his paper, and preached. Sun. -

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Quite a frost was seen placesat Farrah of the Law Department his people. : :?_'r.-_.-_.-_.---.-_.-_.-...-_.-.--._.-_.-.-.-_.-_.-_.-_.-_.-.-..-...;,". 1
, DeLand the first of the week the ,
S DeLand, Florida cool spell following the storm of Satnr of Stetson University baa purchased the Edward P. Elliott, the impersonator 0\ ,
LwFollette-Conrad entertained a large crowd at the University .
orange grove out \
day and Sunday.Mr. JS School Books -.J
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near the Domingo Reys Grant consideration lost Monday night. This was ", .
W. H. Wood and ion, the painters
I $1500 It produced 500 boxes the first in the University lecture tonne I '
ill 1
-- are hard finishing and decoratingthe of fruit this year for this season, and if all will be us
--- walls and ceiling of the Voluaia m -ANDSchool \tj '1
Obltnury. METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH. Judge J. F. Welbonrne, solicitor( of good as fhe attraction last Mnd..ynight (
County Bank building.The '1). iii
DeLand visitors and
the people,
Mrs Dela. Arnow.wlfe of Leslie Arnow the criminal court or record of Orange \ I
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Near corner: Rich Avenue and Itonlo. small children of the Presbyterian ccnnty: and one of the finest lawyers in the students will get more than their ;' }

T. and Percy J. Dnnbar. was born in yard-Pastors' Study church. church Sunday school, will be Florida, was at DeLand last Friday and money's worth .;.. Supplies jjjM
I Lee"bnrFla./ .. May 2. 1887;and departed Preaching morning and evening at given a party at the manse by their Saturday attending the session of Vo- I Mr. W. H. Geisslnger is down from .. ;
this life Nov. 10, 1904. usual hour every Sunday Prayer meet teachers Saturday afternoon.Mr. to m,
for short seeing
Philadelphia a stay
f '.1 be parent removed( to DeLand, when ing Wednesday evenings 7:HO nsla[ Circuit Court. /h. ittl,
and here she W. C. Cody, who recently I' the completion of his pretty home he
I, she was yet a child, grew Sanday school 10 a. m. purchased Prof. Botts of the DeLand High -AT-
and bloomed into young womanhood, Junior and Senior Epworth League 140 acres of timbered land from School, had his students taking the iad started t spring. The home was W
marrying in her 17th veer, Dec. 28th, at 8 and 6:80: p. m., respectively Mrs. Qnarterman Is preparing to clear Intended for Mrs. Ueiaslnger and was /
,1002: and removing to Micunopy, where Yon are invited to attend all these course In civil government in attendanceat giving it her personal attention at the j Q. W. FISHER'S lu
she spent her short married life, and services J. E. MICKLGR Pastor. 100 of it to plant in peach trees. the session of the circuit court one time: she wan taken fatally ill. Mr. ; .'

where she suffered her last lingering Illness ----. White man, married preferred, wanted day this week, to get practical lessonsin Selasinner will complete and put it on W
Her experience as a member of At First M. E. Church. for small grove and gentleman's court the market or rent it. \,_._._..-._._._._._ _._._.i._._..-..r..fkiIV.AALEEI&C6.
the church began in her 12th year, and proceedings :-. e-: .-. -. I:;.
Regular services will be held at the place. Good recommendations Decenna Judge Beggs returned from Orlando
the. growth of her Christian life as she Prof. J. Willis Westlake was here
First M. E. Church Sunday. The pastor Tuesday. As State Attorney this in bis
came under the sweet and ennobling Influence ry. Address Mr. Ellis, Enterprise,
From Lake Helen The Pro
Monday. ant term in Voluaia county, as he retires -
of Sunday school worth will preach at 11 a m and< 7 p m. Sunday .
and the preached word, was School at 10 a m, Epworth Leagueat Florida.Mr. FesHor sold his crop of 1500 boxes of ; from this position January let, beIng -
League ;
gradual yet perceptible and to those 6 40 p In. A cordial Invitation is extend S. B. Mann one of the committee oranges on the trees, and this I.I the succeeded. by Hon John C Jones, Q
also of Ollan<1o. Judge Beggs has held
. who knew her.be gave evidence of bel'faltb to all. appointed by the County Commissioners way all the growers should sell when a this for the. fifteen or \
position past
and trust in Him who was her Re At-St. Barnabas.-- to get up a county exhibit for the South fair price is offered tot the frnit. twenty years, and" is credited as being
deemer. Her taking! away leaves a Florida Fair. Is after Druggists and Jewelers.
at Tampa looking the ablest State Attorney in Florida.A "
great void in the hearts of her loved St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Nov. The Oaks is now open for 1004-'05:.
f ones. She vas to her mother more of a 20th Sunday next before( Advent: 10 a. said exhibit. Every room In tbe house has been sixteen year. .old negro boy of this r
companion than a daughter. They loved m. Snndav)/ school 11 a. m. Choral Rev. J. S. Axtell, minister In chargeat place by the name of Daniels was out Drubs,
each other with beautiful affection. Celebration of Holy Cpmmunion, with the church at this thoroughly renovated and many improvements Hinting the first of the week. On his
May all meet at last In a better land, sermon. Presbyterian place have been made. Tbe return home he handed the gun to a six Stationery,
where no sicKness or death shall ever last winter Is now professor of Bibli patrons of The Oaks will find it up to year old< brother telling him to put It Huyler's Candies
oome. a a a Thanksgiving Service. ology and Psychology in a college at its usual standard In looking after the up. The child took the gnu and said l, Kodak
"I to shoot And sure Supplies,
-- ; Emporia Kansas. 1 am going you
Invited
is to attend
The publIc cordially comfort of its guests. '
he did the receiving the Florida Souvenirs
enough boy
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WAVERLY
THE
Union Service,witch will be heldin ,
a W B. Wesley, the Indian
the First M. Church Thanksgiving negro There was a large crowd at the first full charge Ha died Wednesday. Toilet
la now open for guests.; The Doctor (tl), was bound over to the Another instance of the careless hand Requisites
table is supplied with the best I-Nov. 34th at 10 a m. criminal court this week: for killing entertainment at the High School Auditorium ling of tire arms.Mr. Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies
I ORDER OF SERVICE. held last Tuesday night Mr.
the market affords. For terms game birds other than the killing of Mayo Dade, who has been on the Clocks,
I Hymn. Hale well pleased his auditors, and give
address
those permitted by law. island< of Jamaica for several months
Prayer. them the worth of their money. It wasa Jewelry,
MRS. MARY L. DRAKE.
Anthem buying t fruit for a Baltimore house,
I I Mrs. Heyward Paxton came over for Silverware
fine tbe
entertainment,
given
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Proclamation.Solo sends a picture of a fruit steamer he
SPECIAL NOTICE Recessional, Mr. Wilmbant from New Smyrna the latter part of benefit of the public school fund had just loaded for tbe Baltimore house. Cut Glass,
Lesson. the week, and has been spending( tbe There were 13,750 barrels of oranges.
The next visit of Scripture President Hnlley of Stetson University Goods
Hymn. week with the families of Hon D B. 26 000 boxes, the largest amount ever Optical ,
DR. E. T. ALLEN OF TAMPA, preached a fine sermon at the Presbyterian
taken from the Island single steam Fountain Pens Etc.
Sermon Rev. J. E. Mlokler. Paxton and son Mr. John Paxton. < by a -
THE Offering church last Sunday, and the er. MrDade says these 12,730: barrels
:..Eye Ear, Surgeon, Hymn. Mr. Roy Berry, who has been in church was crowded to hear him. Dr. including the duty which Is over $19-
r JoseLand. Throat --- charge of Watts & Miller' bicycle repair Halley Is sue of the ablest preachers 01)0) will cost the house .delivered at NEXT TO POST OFFICE.NOW .
Mr. Robert Jones was here from the Baltimore, over $ 8.000.
shops for the past la now
Saturday, Nov. 19. north end Wednesday.eFFEI'FEFtitFttiff. year today In Florida and whenever bespeaks
with. blacksmith shop at St. Angus- at DeLand he draws a large The Atlantic Coast Line inauguratedits !\ t' ,
winter schedule last Sunday now -- ---- --
tine. His family: is I moving there this crowd.
two trains from the
giving us daily
.1fr 4faIstU5tUFiit.t si1I Fae FFI iiil ew week. Baker & Co. are bringing to the De- North, besides the night train. The
\ Now I Is the time to plant your Catalpa Land market those fine Tnrbnll Bayoyster new train a vestibule one, leaves Jacksonville IS THE TIME TO APPLY

i l W Fudger's Bread ; trees for fences. Go to E. H. Hayward *, gathered from their cultivated 3:OS at p 9 m.:15, a.bringing m., reaching the Northern DeLandat Mapes' Famous
for the true Speoloka variety. They led in said Tbe is tbe
W bay. wagon on mail The 6:10: p. m. train remain the
W Tli'a' week. we desire to call the attention of the pnblio to the ''"" must be moved-price* tbe lowest. street every Saturday morning. They same, also bringing maiL The new
These are not worthless hybrids like i train delivers the Jacksonville and FRUIT AND VINE
:: rUii In price of bread 4tnffs and remind you that we have not M seen about DeLand. areas fine oysters ae brought to the i Savannah papers at DeLand now earlyIn ,
W decreased) the site or weight of our loaves as have most of : many DeLand market and are now getting tobe the afternoon. This tourist train "
:W: tne leading bakers of the country. No Rise In Prices. .MW To see the big shipment of oranges at their best, either for stew or for was not put on last season until Janu For Next Year's Crop of Fruit.
J '" leaving DeLand daily forcibly,reminds I frying ary. The early travel South WM so .
.. '" one of the days before the free**when Hon. E. W. Bond was at DeLand heavy that it became necessary to pnt It will pat the Orange Troon In splendid condition to go
= FUDQER'S BREAD the packing house were rnshed-tbroogh his train on now. It f is a great convenience through the winter and to pat on an immense bloom another
from Lake Helen Ai Ohio
Monday.
an to the DeLand people especially -
'" the: entire winter. Many a tbottsand year. Inspect the One appearance and splendid condition of
democrat Mr. Bond ha been
a delegateto the business
: to men. trees, and the fall where MAfES' has been wed.
: dollar will to this crops
aeetton this
:W Is cheaper delivered at your homes, than yon can make yonrown come most recent democratic national conventions -' -

:: bread, considering tbe advance of floor over one dollar =: winter from the present crop. and said he left the St Louis IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS
,
.. :: M" per barrel within the past six weeks, and you escape the heat = Mr. George Team of .Hob :i. Ala., convention disgusted with no hope of a V. H. VOORHIS, '

y and worry of baking days 'Phone as a trial order, and we '" son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr. democratic victory this year, and the 'For Prices, eta, see or writs

:y are sure yoU will become a permanent customer.i :: 3yson, and their child are at The Oak republican landstde last week: was no Dentist,

.. ''M" Mr. Fears I* a brother of Mr* J. B. I; surprise to him. He say the! democratic Gross Block, DeLand; Fla. E. L. POWE, Agent,_

\A" Jordan and hve4 here twenty' years j, party 1* a*mighty a* it ever was; all it e
St. Elmo I Florid:
$ DeUmd.
Bakery Hours 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 "
'Phone 65 ago. This 1* bU!!! flnt Visit!f here sine i I.want are leader in whom the great : .

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WOND RFUL ESCAPES. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under -
I SOUTHERN
HEALTH J. Section i II Chapter 488H Laws I RAILWAY.World's .

B INSURANCE
.V.rr'rdoar to Death. Notion, Is hereby given that Clulu IIIHnlllnl(1pIII'chll'r ) | Pair, Konte-limit Line to
The man who Insure* .hU life Is One of UM earliest wrecks recordedon 0' Tux, CertJIIfiite No 7H4 dated Louis St.
!>.. 1110')'). b". tllrilsallcoitilliate -Superb:! Dining Car feervlco.
tint llrdday of July, A -
the const of America that of
wUe for hi.* family. wns II -PAINS [ \ ;, In my oltlce, and' bus made Stopovers, going: and returning at Great t Car From Florida
The man who Insures his.. health Dutch vobwl on Sandy Hook l In 1020 application, fur tax deod to l leslie In accord Atlanta, Knoxvllle, Louisville. Ashevllle Through Line r

The captain passengers and< crew con' inca with luw. .mild. omilioiite, em. and principal North.
.. wise both for his family and biiivct the following described iJrpUrtYiaittittted Carolina
trlvoil to eviiJo the Indians and In the mountain resorts.
himself. Florida, to-wlt
In Voliisla
\ l longbont arrived safely In New York, Newport News whil.Va., July 22, 1903. tot 9. .sill) of wH county of*a'/ii, Boctl 'n i town- See High Bridge, the highest railroad CONNECTIONS:
You may Insure health by guardIng Last summer recovering from illness (hip lOs) ranue 3\u\ ; I P acres'I bridge in the world famous. Blue Oros To
excepting n mini ond n woman named of I had attack of COAST LINE via Charleston Richmond
fever THE ATLANTIC
a severe ,
It. region, Lexington and East
It Is worth guarding.' ho mi III Innil U'liiK' ii8 clloool at I ho date Louisville }
I Van I'l'lucls.. lie was wounded at the Inflammatory Rheumatism in the knees of I too iHHiianuo of biuib eertllluato In the Free reclining chair cars and high the and W hington.
At the first attack of disease | time if the wreck find bud to be left from which I was unable to leave my iiiinid (if burnt Stui'ko class day coaches. Throng) Pullman S

which I generally approaches bcliliul with his iltliful young wife room for several! months. I was treated Unless snld cerlillriite, ahull I lit reil'wnod Bleeping curs Jacksonville to SI Louis To
by two doctors and also tried different deed III I iHsiieihcrudn 'I The Louisville & Nashville via. Montgomery.The .
law tax St
through the LIVER and manl Huronllnn< to West
Folders,
rwielfliio., Ity tier aid lie managed to kinds of linaments and medicines which mton.etc, cheerfully furnished }
.
I ,, on tho Huh I day of Nov, A J>. 11)04.WIliK.m ) The Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
I..tlltlelf In Innumerable way flud( II shelter. (in the neighboring woods, seemed to relieve me from pain for my 011101,1,, signature l and sal upon application.

:JAKE where she nursed him until they were awhile, but at the same time I was not this the, 15th Ony ol Oct A.l). 11101.! J. O. LUSK, S

discovered the any nearer getting well. One day while 1oI \.I'r, U. JUIU) \N, District PHRB. Agent, 10S W. Buy St., To Via Savannah and Ocean Steamnhlp Coip.rmny! for New
!! by suvnges.Titters reading a paper I laW an advertisement Oh-ik. Clri-ult ''111111 I \,,,Iii.iii .........Iy. KlNntlcw 111. Jacksonville, FIn. East York, Philadelphia and Boston. *

f could not lnivo bean more ot S.S.S. for Rheumatism. I decided ___, ____ __ The 1 Via Norfolk and !Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore. ,
utt's Pills meivlli.. to those helpless castitways to give it a trial which I did at once. of Application, for Tax Deed Under du Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners TaniqiurtatIoo !

They unmleral 1 the husband< mid, cleavIng After I bad taken three bottles I felt a Section B of Chapter 48SS:!:! Laws. HODGKIN'SWagon Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. I
tile wouiuu's skull and fearfully great deal better, and I still continue of Florida.!

sluslihitt her body left her for dead as to take it regularly until I was entirely To KEY
N..II..t'ls| hoituv. ulVfli thlllla''" Stiles, WEST
?t .
And save your health. they mippoHutl. hut she seemed to cured. I now feel better than for years, iirulnispr, of tax fortillriilo, Nn. 1 tlli: ,hated I VU. PENINSULA NDHAVnNA
have iioHHt'Hut'd a constitution of' Iron, and I cheerfully recommend S. S. S. to< ,the 11th dmnl' .1 tin,'. IfHI.! ) hns, Ii ted snld,i Shop r OCCIDENTAL. STEAMSHIP CO. )

for she revived I and crept Into a hollow any one suffering from Rheumatism. *l oerliHcnti, In In\' olllcu. and, tins, (a nile'\ III>pll- ,
613 33d St. CHA E. Gzi.DBRSi.B8VB oat i Idi hot tax dce.l, I to IMBIIH In a cord,mice
Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway
treo, where cue actually kept alive wit 9 Inw. Siild ortillcntPR pmhriKtv the DeLAND FLA.
SERVANTS IN RUSSIA. seven ""3'11. On the seventh day a deer Rheumatism is caused;; by uric acid or rnll w tin d rll'f'd, piopertv, sillnated In of the Southern States are on saley the Tielncipal ngentn.

passed. her with arrows sticking In Its some other acid poison in the blood, VoltiRin, cnUIt'Iorlllll, towitiW I for complete Information call ,K. L. Powe, Ticket agent, or address I

Tb. Law En-laden Them .. Wl a.... sldo. This! NVIIS evidence that the Indiana which when deposited. in the muscles. 2.;.' ft ofe 1110 fi of n :.123 n r>t i i-eJ4 01 ncJ4) Everything in Wagons, Buggies/ Carts. I aUo I "TbroUKlt via AtlantIc Pullman Sluuper, Port Tampa to New York vis ,.Mlnnilo KuBt Const Mile. a ,
.1 A.M>ln.t Their ICmplorcr. and joints, produce the sharp, cutting 4i1 II. tiiwlmlilp i I Us, I'.iiino 1>H(' etc., manufactured nulL. repaired in my Cast Line and Southern Uuilway".
at bund. Itemlered desperate -
Tie RusHlan'servant In hired for one wine" pains and the stiffness and soreness peculiar 'I ihi' unid, land, being n..Bm-nl'1111 the dnteo !Shop:! in the very best workmanshi] FRANK C. BOYL8TON Dlst. Pass. Agollt VV. D. STAliN 1'uns. .dtgon j

;year and In told exactly what Ills particular by Iiungpr and pain. and preferring to this disease. S. S. S. goes directly 'ho 'tssunine" <>' 'uch 'prtitlontn in tbe known. Only firHt-eliiss men employed 130 West Hay Street, (, Jacksonville,'fr.v..111 Florid..
; Immediate loath to a continuance of into the circulation nil irritating name Is to be. lie then sticks II. M. EMERSON Trafflo Manager W.J. CRAIG General .
,
duty
Pasxengei font
,
this lliiai-rhiK "starvation, the young wo- substances are neutralized and said l'e1i, I cute: ahull l I'e redeemed uc- added' to my plant a (
to that cue duty.. As bug us each scrv uordlnif, n 'law tax dt-wl will IHBIIO there- Wilmington North Carolina.
ant faithfully the special mum crawled forth from her tmyluu) as filtered out of the system, the blood is 0' "111'111 dny 01 Occeintier A. U 1IHH.WKnnss I
performs. two Inilluim leached. the spot. made pure and the general health inbuilt my') uiHiilul, signature' ,and, seal! ------
duties of his position all 18 well but One was for finishing! her at once up under the purifying and tonic the 12th tIdy November A I II HO .
the neglectful butler or cook or coach effects the vegetable : Florida East Coast Ry. "1
with n blow of his tomahawk but tlteeldOl' 8-.MM.! I JUIIDAN. .
Hum In gout by the employer with a remedy. ,
(
"li"rl< Circuit Oiul \olnil < oouulv.Floildn
ll1 hm. moved perhaps a
by
written noto to the police judge, who Write for our special -- --
shrewd, desire to profit. Interposed took book Rheumatism Notice of Application for T.x Deed Under LOCAL
after carefully investigating the com on TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.NORTHBOUND .
her to> Ills wlicwuiu and by the nppllca which I It 1 Section B Chupter 4S8H, Laws of
plulnta ban a right to order bodily pun
tlon of simples cured her wounds S S S Floridiu.
sent free. Our
Isliment or to write a bad mark ID the phY" C3UTHBOUND-REAU DOWN. -READ UP.
book kept for thin purpose. When! she was nlile to bear the journey slclans will: Idr.1Bwithout N tIne Inhurnby given that.llltn"AI.. ltl.k>>, I
.r lie took her to New" York. TUer charge all PIII''III1I1CO'.1, Tax Ceriillumes, Nns.lH'.ll.l'H: NI.el No.23 I STATIONS No.98 No.78
In Kusslun liouucholds often
groat she WAS ruimomcil' for what, was a very": who will write ui and 1 ir: >. dated Htli (lay of .ini,.. A. I). 1H"7. Jay 1&1.1 ... D"ly. D&ly.lil .

from twenty; .40 fifty servants are kept large mini in-cording, to the price ot about their case. has ill,11 said ccrlilioatesln. m\nllleund l baa '''' Jookaouvlll ................ Ar a so. 7 tOp
and even the middle class famine made"ppllc"1 Ion for tax deed tn issue In aucordunee S 48.,II'Y"-. .. .........,8o Jaokionvlll .,.... ........Lv 8 49 a 5 lip
have two to four. The pay; of thos captives In the Indian stock exchange The Swift Speolflo Company, Atlanta, 6s. wi h law, fiild, certificates loas.,'....................8t.AugusUn*. ....................' 7 40 a 551p
servants varies according' the line ,This .most leuiarkuble heroine lifter- b-nco tie following" il ncrlbid piopurty In Ii at a.....................HatLngu..a. esa 5 ip
a B4a 4 19
of work. While the"clilefV In the ward married Richard Stout and died Voltis-H' county" Klorliln, to-wlt. I 1. pllll

In 1712 at the line of 110. after seeing I K 1C: ft 01 w :'ii: ft of lot 4. block 72. Daytons. U 10 tr .................P.I..k............ ........L" alo.
kitchens of wealthy famlllea often receive C02 of her, desrenduntd.Ilor Notice of Final Discharge. KMofw: linltoi'H') I I ISIS ft">rnn4. hl..k i it lou.I Lv .............. .. _...................... '0.
!300 cook In 12. WOUt t of lot4, I look 7'i,
a.;year a an ordluarycltt&en' story reminds me of an episode N..I toe In hereby gltvn I Unit six imintli, I Iu,>11,1510111.tnim., SHpAF .......................SanMatea.. ....... .........Lv .. .... 8
employ gets no more than !12 after date, t.wli the Hlli briinry BOo.Lv 7 El I ,
t on day .... ..S..M.lo."r .
LIrslcIuu,; who laid In .
of ,
was
Margaret The snld 1 land liolnit nssnsscd at the date
and maid of all work > MuCrxr'v <
a a never IIK'II.! l will tollun. J l.ou '
gets rear more than !0 At Easter the fiimlly vault apparently deuIA\ t'otinty JUII/o..f npplv/ VolUHla C""n'y, Kloiidufur .. of tlit lHHUnm of audi certificate in tbe 7 eH 111p I Lv... ...............,.. Ntoiza .......................Lv 16. 4 01? f" .
a year. LJnlusi anid certicntcs tIp .... .. 8
Hrs jcnCunitulnMH. ... 48.
every: servant gets a present generally ring left) on her finger had' uttrncted the my Coal cltauharfre ns AilniinslriUir,* III name shall ho redeemed, according to law, COLD TIRE SETTER I 117 1 1 UI .... .............. 18. e f 1
hit Htute of Mtrtlm J. Bnnrn.' I't'cvniu-d
of two of the uttenduuts nt ... 8 039
a suit or dress. cupidity tax deed will Issue iberron on the lath day ...........
J. .1. 68 559S
Every: other Sunday the servants In her fuiiorul. They Invaded the vaul Adinli KANTA.,iHtiutoAUKIIHtll. ul I comber, AD. 11101. Can set your Tires without taking S g i C ::::::::::::..:::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::. : 43 a a 43 p

a Russian household are entirely (roe and In order to remove the ring! cut tin / 19ntExecutrix Ibis Wltneno the 1 Hill mv duty olllclal,,November' si/it nature, A.and l D.' 1IO4.seal wheels from! vehicle. We take out no I Ci 27 C :::::::::::::::::::::::::::.Bunnelis..a: : ,,::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: : S6 fiJa a.II i3 20 C

Their work stops Saturday night after finger. She StUl't'lIII' in her eonnlIol'rOV : 8AMLD.JOKUAN.f'li'ik bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloe 10 r S 03 .a. ic.. P

supper, when the servants leave the stricken the robber fled and Notice. Circuit C.nli't VoliiHin' County' Flu with a hot tire. Coiue and set it work UP I 36 & ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ; :::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: Bla hun U 84 lIp p .
house until the next Monday she walked homo. In her shroud and [ and you will never have your Tires set i C4a COn
not to return 00 p..N.w
morning. The employers never- tapped, on the don. Her husband reuognlxed Notlue Is hereby /iclvin Ihut, the nndur Notice of Final Discharge. hot a ain, I g : is &..:;;:::::::::::::::::::::;::: : ::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: 41 lien a H M toe aI
4 ,
her, knock and ran to the door, Binned, lies iUiilibei| ] ns I the Exeintrlx of tIe 0 8 .. .. .. ... 1
ask where or how the. free time Is for In $ 5 taste... ... ... .. 11011
.
-. snylnn, "It Is my MnrKnretl" Her son, Estate Jeremlub, McUnith. nnil i all crnili Notice,, la hereby given tbiit the underslutied i'hanklng/ou your patronage I II eo Pi........... ..................... 05 p 101.
pent Ouardian of I L. Colby I'lnki-rtou will a continuance in 1 .........
tors, leicilei'S heirs .rd! distributees will a 11 ... .......... tO p s 48.
Russian servants will pilfer. Since' the funious Lord Krsklne:, was born u present thi-lr ulnlms within two wars" frnn I mi thu let dllY of March ">. U ID *, p-enent the future, I remain S t : lep. ............... ......Kden.......................... 11, Pip 0 u.
Russian ladles leave everything to the year after his uioLher's funeral.-Lon. ibis' date, 01 the mime will bo forever Ins linul, ,nccountto) tile County Jnd. olVolusm 10 I' ...... ...........J.n.un ......................... ) Lilp 4.
,' County Kl ruin HI his ullloo at a 120 P .......... ...... tuart............................ Dip 9 .
care of the servants the latter do as don ilaguxlna.: bin red. .DeLand, and IIk that th be allowed. Yours to serve, S e.11 'Gtp ..... ...... ..finite Sound............... ....... t lOp a or.S .
they please. SARAH E. )!JICGKAI-II u salon J. D. IMIICE. 4 Z 10 p. .... .. .. ......W<*Bt Jupiter............_...... ... 10 1 p 8 4S.
This July II, 1'HM.) Hxeuutrlx 4 Pal Itenah a is.
The man erv nts smoke cigars be- 'TheWar -With Servant. This A tig 2!). I1104 Guardian. SCOTT HODQKINS. 4 : 7 S U &. :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ",:.BoyntonDelrajr m -.....::::::.::::::::::::::::::. .I JOp p 1 50.

longing to their masters and pay frequent Mrs. :-':ow0I0..t. of the servant _____ d I S g : U C :::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :Lanrierdale...........:::::::::::::::::::::.::.:. .8 01 69 ex ::

visits to the wine cellars of the girls tiro as Independent and as Impudent Notice of Final Discharge. S 8 13 p..W... HIllun.II''"........................... aa p .
bouse but a gentleman would consider 1 ns tliey can be. Now" I believe a 8 45 Cltr....................... ... 7 lOp 110.e .
DeLand Saw and Mills & Works .
.
It "demeaning" himself to prosecute a It's beet to take a young greenhorn Niitlce,, towiti hereby tin.xlvdi the (but that ii klx.y nionllmHf'erdutu III,l Ixocmlwr ,.. Planing Novelty 7 8 U ,I.ml..I' ". 7 00 p ee

servant for this. and train I Ler up In the way she should A 1) 1WIH) 1 Will| | |>ienent my nnuHcuiiunt .
'The Russian servants will talk about go 11 ml then Mrs. Olden-First thing n* 'i.dniinlsirainr ol the o-tnle, nlyvuilinn J. T. CAIRNS, Propr." and Manager. SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE OITY BKANCH.

fellow servants but never about their yon know she goes. Philadelphia A. (Cone, deeuiistd. to the (JmintvJudgitof Ho.11 I I No. 12 No. 3 | No. 1 .. No. 2 No. 4
Press. Vnlnsu' counlv, Florida ,nd link DRESSED[ Dally I STATION! | Dally Dally 1 I Bully 1 TATi0N IHIII7 Paily '
employers. Even when they quit one for a flnal' discharge us .such HdmlnlHtrutor
place and take service In another Dated this the 27lb day of Nay, 19 41'EI'Ell LUMBER TM a Lv........ Tltuivllle........Ar It lOp S tOp 10 10* Lv..N. smy.n".Ar151 7 30p
Pan I aliment. CuElmIIlIMlr'or: AND ROUGH t MaIM Lw........ 'Oateen..Ar. 1 Cia a up II tic (,Y. / 8 101
family they would never montloh anything
a Ly..Bn Ma 8 e5p it 8'n Lv Oianun' Oily Ar 1 COp" ,
about their former masters "Tommy," sell Ills mother, who bad .\, S 80a Ar....... errle..Ar........ 10 80n, tOOl U4.IAr.Or.CIIy'o.L"! 12 lIp 2e

This discretion so fur that even him Herons her knee, "this hurts meWOl'SI Ceiling, Flooring-! // Sid In//!, Turning, Scroll SawIng, Moulding-, Window anc S
goes tun nit does Door Frames, Newel Pouts hamsters! Mantels, Turned! Porch Columns, etc. No. 25 No.23 i No.21 I No. $19 No.17 I No. 18] No.20Dally No. 22Dally No. 24
you.
the law considers It. In Russia the law Notice Of Final 1 BalandSunday I MATPORT
Discharge. DAiy Dnly J
"I was afraid." said Tommy under Shedding/? for Groves and Fineries. KjTCr.iten and Box Material a specialty j I DallyOOP Deiy Nt
excludes servants as witnesses against ; D.ly. D.ly BRANCH
Contracts taken for the erection of kind of a building. 8und 8und'y
his breath "that hard board I put In hot Ice U hereby given that six months any only y

their long former at least or, as present these servants employersso are the neat" of my trousers might hurt her after dnll', AD. towlli IU >4,1 On will the|l'rcMoht> tret) Unv my nf IInil l>,c'oemliur .I I.conunt DELANO, FLORIDA. J tp 68 50 p1 pI 2 4 03p .s D 80.o LvJ'cksonv'e Ar 700nCKHa 00 51 I 5 50 p '8 H"tip
8o.J".uovlle
not suspected of having taken part In hanO. -CliluuKo Journal. as admlnlstiHtor of the ,Htntu of __ __ __ __ 180 p j l p i IH a 1 p 200.. 0 200o 810./1/ 20 I 511 8 Op
u ,
the crime.-London Mall. Susan UoPratlu. deeenscd. to the Lountv I p 8 p au. AUantio Beach 15 a I' e 3' p 8 33 p
-- -- ----- -- Judge of Volusm county' Florldn. Bud IIsk I p 63 p 0 I H80a Ar. Mayport Lv e 0 a 00" 5 20 p C COP
for a final dlNchiirve a* snub ndintriit"r. : -- -- -

SHORT TALKS. prOverbS 1'al.d talk tbe 27lb day ol lny.!: Ill: ONE 14PKTMii Choice of Two Through Car LinesTO PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.OLOSC (


Ji terrible lot of love la wasted on Admlnlltl'lllor.Notice CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. ft 0. .. S. COMPANY FOR I

cata dogs and unmarried men. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
So many people waste time! Do you of Application for Tax Deed .. S
S When the butter won't Under Section U of Chapter 4Mijij Sl. LOUIS MO .
do It? Do ;you talk and talk about Laws of Florida. Theaa Time Tables show the tlmmi .which trains may ha e.ted, to arrive and depart!
nothing? from the aaveral stations but their arrival: or departure at the times Htntpd In not guaranteed
How we all dislike the child that> come put a penny in the Notice I Is hereby, given that E. O'emiin. -VIA-,-- ear doe the Company hold\ Itnolf responsible for any; delay or any oonimijueiiot arising there-

churn is an old time >urchu8r of Tux Certlnuate- IiI-!, daiedbe t.
has Its own way and Is Impudent! All dairy
7tb of Juno.
day A. I P. lust: i, has Illudsal
p. of \us need a great deal of training. proverb. It often seems to J certlllcate In my ottlce, and bait iniulu AtlanticCoastLine S T.r Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
application for tax deed to i I" necoid.
A good many people are like pie sue "
SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
plant-their good qualities are not work though no one has ever be ance with law. Said veitluoul cmbrnc" s

J known because no one handles them told why. 10 Volunla following county described Florida,property, tow Hi: sltua'ed Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga ". D. RAHHER, Last Oen. Pass. Agout., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. / .

right.! Lo112, Sheppard Grunt, section 60, low n. Round Trip Rates from DeLand: /

When a woman's daughter marries a When mothers are worried hip ITs, rungs 34e

preacher she l la more firmly convinced because the children do The said land bclug aisrssi d at the date $46.00 $38.35 Southern
not Railway.EFFECTIVE
than that her children have advantages or the Issuance ol snob certificate'! 'In thr
ever 'strength and flesh name ol George H.irlo.v.. unless mi idrrtinvnte On sale dally. Good tq Dec 25:> On Hale dally. Good (PO days .
she did not enjoy. gain we shall be redeemed accoidinir" to

If a woman truly loves her husband. them Scott's Emul law, tax cUtd will issue thereon on the 13th $20.95 (
M.:9 114
give S
wbea she Is asked how he l Is she will say dar of December. A. D. 11)04) $30.85
Witness official and :
soy. "Well he does not complain, butI sion.It. this the 13th: my day of November' signature D. 11104.8AATL scnl. (in salts Tuesday and Thursday Veslhle Traina East No 1 NI..th. and 1\ eel No J:
do not think he Is very well." On sale dally. Good 15: days! during October..
is like the penny in the D. JORDAN LvJacksollvIU''I". icy..7 4np l.vl.eko'uvllh'. So By... .. 7 n ,'
If ;you have a little hard sense It has Clerk Circuit Conrt Volusla County, Fin. For reservations! and information apply to agents A. C. L., or, write l.vI'elup.Oa, So, nv.8. .. ..IOllp Lv Jesup, tl Ity..I'') 41)ji) .

probably; been beaten Into you; very milk because it works and FRANK C. BOYLS'rONJ.D.. I-'. A., W. D. STARKE. Trav. Pass. Act/ Lv Savannah 011. 80 ny . 1 \1. lllol. I" Ky..... ... U 0. .
few have It naturally. So that, after 13$ W. Bay St, Jacksonville. Fla. Columbia' SoR)...... '10,1, ArALla'll.' ".. Ity.... ... S 2.. ,
because there is something Ar Charhotle. So 9 Ar Ity... 7 :3.1Ar
: all, adversity and criticism! : are usefuL Ry. ... 1tIne I. ..... .
-- -' Notice to Non-Resident. Oreensboro. 81 Iy........ U SOp Ar t Ity .. .. 1 2-
: Atchlson Globe. astonishing about it. 111 Circuit Court. Ar Panvihie. 10 .. ..... 2 \lip) Ar t'b"ltUIOOg'' "'11180 Ity. ... I .
Ttb Judicial Circuit or AI' Itiohtnon,1. Iy. ,. AI' L xllg'ol, (! .V .. :11,
TIo.'Be..'n. lilt...". ,Scott's r Emulsion is simplya Florida, tn and for VoluMn, County. In Ar L"ncbburg, So 1t v.. .... ....4111 I 421 Af'Cllolnu"t.' Q oU. I

In his book of Chancery. S S ..... Clnclnnllt \ .our... .. I '
Telling some bunting ArUb..rl.llavle. ioly.
milk of pure cod liver oil I. 8. Hughes Why Not Drink 1" ..... I tOp Ar CblclIl", big tour' .'... . DliAr '
experiences near the north pole. Captain Complainant.,' )
S Baltimore, P .... ..... 2tlp Lv ia Lines.... .... I blip
Sverdrup -wrotep "Walruses and :.wj I:! some'! '. hypophosphites Beatrice lliighea.Uererdant vs ) AI' Philadelphia, P R) .. ... 2 lila Ar (blcllO, 1'.. Lines ...... 811,5 .
seals were harpooned and shot and also PURE WATER ? Ar New York, PRy. ... .630.. Lv llcIID. U, CJ,'b D. ..... I dip
j the arctic hare which to especially i prepared; for delicate It appearing by the alllduvlt of the complainant AI Chlc.go, U 1 1.. .. .. 21a
large ,
seems In tbe above eauae that the roil THE Orange City Mineral Hprlnic "V'utor' l Ia unsurn-taaed In 'mirlty( be ng No 8d-"Wasiuingtou nod Flit Limited.' Chicliun.ti, ... . II .61
have contracted the peculiar habit of stomach: Irnoeoftbed'fvndant Beatrice II ughies I.wlkvedlo I. ,' free from organic mnttor ut<.d posiOMaing. numeral ptoperilcsesneuiiilly Pally Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Ar Toledo. U 1 I),1. .. . .. 5
frequently running long distances on be 00 Jewett stieet.. Cleveland, bnnetlclal, .. ca... kidney n il liver Iro'ible. Car, Jsoksonvllle 10 New York AI Detroit, C 1 Its bind legs. Hunting was not always Children take to it naturally Ohio mid tbHt there Is no pirson In tlilitate 1U a w .tor ha received llniteiin.c endorneni, r..",, such men as Eras Through "The LAnd Sky" No 80 t'lldnnlll Lllos....... I a..p.
the service of prni>e.s on whom would tus O SinltU. prot'esBor oreheiiiliilrv l ilnlt, Colleife. lio'lnlt. Wlst'onnln, one olbe Ar J'IUabnrl. I'll ...... bOla
, easy the atmosphere playing strange because they like the taste bind laid defendant. It In thoreupoi i.r- or the best chemists In this UDUiltrj! ; J. U. O/ ilon, illreitorewYork: end Lv So dy...... ... 74al' I.v tluoilnut. Ilg rout...... II 1101),
tricks with the eyesight as witness the and lored that said dpl'endnnr: Buutrioe::: IIiitlie< othoi", S Lv J..ek.ollvliet, 0 lty. ...12 05. Al'l'lovuIIU Bug ..01...... U ,1.AI .
..
: following account of the stalking of a the remedy takes just as be and she Is required lo appenr, tn the Or. B'ivnton of Clov"111I l ,id, Ohio. writ at "It 18 the pme-t spring water Coumblll! SI" B,....... ... U I I" Loxlugl, I" Iy... .. ..... 101) .
bill of herein hpforo known to mo. 1 am uilnif It and reunmniendhiK" It to othera.. It lloodll I . 3Ii'
only
; bear 'With the utmost caution, with complaint on or : So ily. .
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naturally to the children because the first Monday In 1)",,ember. A D 1 (04. a trill, I ounvlnoe unyo, ie tlint It ban .11"'I".a| a taMe wat.r.. AI ArABhelle. .., N C. ) ..10". "' "t J-ut.. ny .... . 1 ,:, .
'a his gun ready and his eye fixed Inexorably wing the flth tiny of said mOD tn. otherwise Many,, pioi,>lf* huvo visited Orangu. liv nv nittlue u thi Ir itbyslolnnM f"r Knoxville, Ito. Rv 1.I. \UOI' '
J' on the bear. Sehlet advanced to it is'so perfectly adaptedto the Bold bill will bt> taken a* confessedy the i iirpOKunf[' tpstlnir th- MlinTnl, "prliiit/ Wa'ur, ui"i.Ivig, Brent benefit, from, lr !Louisville, 10 My..._... ..... I No J-"l'uu' Fis. LII.t.d,"! U"y. l'tuii-solid' .
said defendant( the Its lI.e. Tbo wntor Is dniwii from" A .ulit 'rritii | 117 feet b"l l the 110" / 1.11
the spot Meanwhile the bear sat wag and complnlnnt < an tpin( w Ar bt Louis. n'. Y.
:i their lo
m"n Steeiing cilia"
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) King Its head, but keeping a good look wants. will have leave to proceed ex pnrto South.siirrnoi-,, U very |1'"IIIIal1e: and nlioji'tliur tliu Heat waier' i to be round In the Ar Unohnatl. ( & C... ....... t 011"Iii J.eKs.nvlllo: I'

'. out. It appeared. for when Seblel bad For all weak and pale and against her XOK'llwt > J" 1
Tbo Oranire City Mineral riprlnuVuinr r..lvelllh'l only .illplmiin. the No Pullman Drawing ,
It further ordered that thin order be IDoly H..m
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1 coiuo: ( some twenty steps nearer It rose thin published for' four consecutive weeks III The St tot Fnlr nt .liK'knnnvlllo III n"IIIJloliIH"i with tinny, nthi-r. dl-phlv.. It Is a.d ut..L Sleep nguar between Janiuson oC .OIV t. 1. .... ul
.r'r flew chiIdreiScott's Emulsionis Volusla now "beinic: l b<>ttli, J and. sent out by tlto '.nICII CitY Mln"rul Hnrlnif, tJ.unlall") ,. l.v.eaul', t. Jr..I? ." !
nnil awa,. It flew as well as any I onnty Record a newspuper' i ul.llshod Ylio l' ... .. .1 OL( ,
In said of Vuluslu and State taut up In aitractlve stvle in eases. ofl3 Imll'-if.tllon bo'ilra.! For further inlorthatlon .- l\auoII, 11 ly. S ,
f bird, which after all. was not remarkable the most: satisfactory treatment county ndilressORANGE AI . I
or Florida.. .. 94,
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for K World's Anniaton Hy .. ,
t' was n glnncous gull. FaIr TI'ckfts
' Witness my bund and teal of said CII ,rt CITY MINERAL SPRING LO., ( AI birmingham, So By........1 .
'f at the court houre In 1 DeLand, Vnliialn. Memphis 'I'onn : 1rl.cl.( ... .. 1 Op'
A. *lniportt Dur...._. VVS will send you county, Florida this Bl.t day of Uetuber C. A. BUI.LEN, Mgr. Orange City Fla. Ar Klln.ls City, ... .. I fil'') s

1! Not long after h series of losses at the penny, /. e m A U 11)04 Lv Memphis, 1.rlsco.. ..... .. S aOp,
St LOUiS 10W Sale ,
. on II .0,1 5No
Ar hot Ark .. "
\ sea on a 'certain steamship line two sample free., (Seal) SAM'L JORDAN Iprlnls. ..
;f travelers were dluausalng transatlantic fork 'Circuit Court Volusla county, Fin. lt-'Tl,0 Florida Limited." Daily

liners.. Ono ot the men preferred:the *; oure ikat'lkb plctara ttn fly Ben )Fish I D. C.Master's.
4 cline, the other the T- line the form, of a Ub.l tm on thwnppir t
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one on wBJdfjftnq'jvpeated'wrechs! '.bad. _- '.Zmuhse' pse but,. John B. Stetson University I From New York, W8hllltu. eto-No 20! "WIIshllgWD and Flond.i lnlt..d., 0 2 \

1. 'occurred.: _J" .$SCOTTBOWNB. a. m. No 3.1, ""New p
; jfl'bore's one"mportunt( difference," : Sale. From Chicago, rinolnnatl. Cbnttannngii"., ate -No 14, .Fiortii! l.lmltcil" /a. m II,
Chemists From U "Florida Limited." f 1) 45 a m "
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said the first. "that don't seem to Memphis.
you In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit HImlnlh"m-So "
of'
und Florida Limited B M
From
Cincinnati
4O9 Pearl St. N. V. I a
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DeLand Florida. A.bovileNo
; bare considered but which 'weighs Florida, In and for. Volusla. County. In ,

strongly with me.." Soc.. and'1_- efl.. 4..c Chancery, EXCELLENT DINING CAR. SERVIOE., 'i
'What Is that? .
------ Jane L. Hull Complnlnant 1 I J. O, District West 13 Street Jauksonrllle. .. ,
rass ,
nger Agent ty
,. _. Why. ;tlie Cline guarantees, to ottee"r>t. Application for Tax Deed vs In affiliation with the University of Chlaf Wo'rk (n one Institu. S LUIK.. A';KERT, U. M. 10 w. H. TAYLDB, i*. f. A. 11. ,''f
take ,you across, bat the T-j line Under.: Section i George II, Mlllard, rbarles F" lies.) I tion given pro rata credit toward Collegiate pejyrce (In the other The B.-H. HAltOWlUK P. T, M. BRO )ICJ AiOliLiAN.t..O., I'. A., i
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guarantees t., take 'you" Only" .. far as ? Law. of Florida.tntkels ot.Cbapter,4tos, ser and Mrs C. F. Hetser',Herd's J University: Includes the following departments: : > S'

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hereby thatTb.E.W: Bond, and sale rendered' la the Circuit p MHHNWHHMHHti__ __M_ MMMMM
(Jo, a o r|,,m lloii. niin-hniwr of Tax Certirtta Court' of the seventh Judicial Corcult of
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Bow Ie .. ,.j jf ". Kti 770. dated 3n .7'How ,ls the board< down >yonf' nledialdoerllflunte! in mr."m....., midAS ""ry.m.O.U88 therein pending wherein I Academy School of.'Technology SI J. ,A. E RIb K: S Q 1ST ,
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placer asked the ribbon-clerk:; h made application for tax to Issue Jane L> Hull la complainant and George' H. S ,/ .. L
10 accordance wiih, law. Maid Charles F. Normal. Practice School S 5 S
-Ob,. w. bar 'notlilar bur bealtb ( eprtlflcat lllard llesser and Mra. O. F. I Busines Colleges I
mbrnCMth-fallowing described! Raiser are defendants, I-will sell at public DEALER IN- S.
,. food 'every meal responded, the lace tustttt tn Velixla county, KlorltUsil-wUi outcry to lbs hlKbenl and best bidder for I Kindergarten S Schools of Music and Art."

,,, ;..tf icriu ,- *t. V "f .: cash, at the front door' or the court house In .. SI Genta'andBoys'Ciotbing. Hats and I
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1".1'? o'f ? j'vf' ?.. DeLaudln said county, ,sunny the I -- :.----:-:::--:;- :."Sf- sM-f -"SsJsjf-sfsfrfrrfffff-rrfr---f---f--
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'*n .nl don'tbuk t../ ;: o : /' : ; j hours of sale Genta. and Children Shoes Slippers Rubber .
'"Why. boir;. The said land being *.** **,! it lie' date of bring the drat on Monday Monday In Decomtnr said month.-8, 11104 all I Law Graduates admitted to practice In Florida without': Examination.). Lies .* i* S ,
"I'm ac-t"looking/ ,for au board of4MotChlcagoN ieiMu>iiu.. of.lIe hcerUHaata In ibo'iimo th" following; piece p..lo. rant, oll.od.( I Complete Svstrm of Correlated Work U Manual Training: An Boggy and Wagon Harneaa,_Saddles,.eM'' 1 J T'
W. A. JlaK nal.. Unl.| .... said SS
S >.. :: w __ hall bot redveired oo.'rdlnc. <.T cwtiacnle law, taxeel 'lying and being In the county of Vousla l I Adequate and Competent Faculty of 4H Instructors.' A Well selected .' Sewing Machines Organs. !lan"and 'Mnnlcal InBtrrimetitn 'f r,
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.f> 1 II willII|..UHItbprunn atatuOl Florida, and described ss follows, I and Comprehensive Museum.. Over $dJO,000in Building and '
ft I' >n>emb r, A.;P.. 1MOI.WltuMs on the 3 tbdayor pint AllcfthesMlaor* of the south half I Equipment A Splendidly Equlpoed Gymnasium. .A Library pf over!, General! Repair Sheet Harness, Machines, eto. g -
the' should
'ru'vt: of wise man mv otfloltil signature mid seal or Hirer Lrt'/Thirteen In.the" town, of Ori I 13,000 Volume For.Furtber Information address SS
a i u-Irrof.'which' reflects: every mond JAMES:: W. VBKKINS., S I
this! the 19'b ot 1 "
day Aov. A. D. 1904. '
bout being sullied. by' ur- y 8AML U. JORDAN.' Special! Master la Chancery L LINCOLN HULLBY, Ph. D., President. DeLand,' Fla Havens Block; ,DeLand, Florida, i.
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