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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 26, 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
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME: XIX DE LANDS VOLUSIA CO.,. FLA., SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22, 1904.. NUMBER, .

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Professional Carbs.I VENETIAN GLASS. ?

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I James W. Perkins. Cary D. Landls. Kama Palo One to It.
PERKINS & LANDI3 It was !Marco I'olo who gave the first '
ILLUSTRATING '1
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ATTORNEYS and- COUNSELORS- Home Made great Impetus to the glues Industry at I 3
Venice. The great traveler encouragedhis

AT-LAW, countrymen to manufacture aud to I DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY

V DeLand Florida. export largo quantities of glass to the ,
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and Federal orient to satisfy the growing demand
Will Practice -In State

"". Courts. Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis- the there..first It glass Is difficult factories to determine wore established when I t NO. 2". 8-IN. BOWL:$5.75. m CLOCKS, CUT GLASS SILVERWARE 'I

&; BLY, In Venice says the Chicago News. ,
gTEWART. cuit home-made. They will be fresher, Some historians have attempted to g.IN. BOWL $7.SO.

ATTORNBYS-AT-LA W. prove that It was ns early as the fifth 1 1I

cleaner more tasty .and wholesome. century.' The most ancient existing 1 HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY
Office in Bank Building, DELAND. document relating to tills Industry I I"

Branch office over Postofflce,D AY'l'ON A Royal Baking Powder helps the house an between article Bobemonil In a treaty prince concluded of Antioch In 1281 r y1'

SILVER ENGRAVED WE PAY EXPRESS
fI8ff.ATTORNEYATLAW. and Jacobo Conttirtul, doge of Venice. I
BERT wife to produce at home quickly and eco- This time stained parchment refers to I FREE CHARGES ,

the purchase of broken glass-a most

nomically, fine and tasty cake the raised nocwuary Ingredient for the production Satisfaction Guaranteed .>\

of good (glass-by the Venetian merchants .

DeLand Florida. hot-biscuit puddings the frosted layer- In Syria. In 1280 the great '

Special Facilities for Examining council of the republic prohibited the :

and Perfecting Land Titles. cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and establishment of glass furnaces In the GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. ,,

city proper as they were frequent NO. 47], SPOON TRAY

J BALL BRUMSEY muffins with which the ready-made food causes of serious fires, and finally role- JBWBLERS:! AND IMPORTERS $4JS.JACKSONVILLE.. :

gated the glossblowers to the Island of WEST BAY STREET FLORIDA f
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT Murano ((1202)), where the Industry bas 41

LAW found at the bake-shop or grocery does flourished down to tho present day. ,

Murauo's glass manufacturers possessed ;

Will Practice in Courts.all State and Federal not compare. many political and other privileges. -

Tbelr daughters could even marry
DE LAND.\ FLORIDA Royal is the of bake-day helps. Into the families of the proud Venetian HAVE YOU A HOBBY MORE MONEY THAN THEY

Office' over FIsher' Drug Store.J greatest patricians. la tbe seventeenth century POINTED PARAGRAPHS.It KNOW HOW TO USE
An ISivaolal 'u,1 In Said to Be Oeed
the glassblowcrs of Venice were
L. MCCRORY, C recognized the Lest In Europe. This Fur. Mind and Ilodr. Is not much trouble for the wolvesto At the first mcetinc of the stockholders .,
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW VORlC 'bc'Ht
The tiling III thu world for find fault with the sheep. of the Florida Bank 111'TraNt
fact caused the Duke of Buckingham
nerves' In ,H::c<>p, the next proper food, Company held in Jacksonville lust
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. to employ Venetian workmen In the Always remember that a good deal
the third proper[ ilre.s.s. Hut us good as week for the purpose of .arranging( for
glass manufactory which be opened 1 In may be said on the other side.
SNAIL'S SENSE OF SMELL. for articles of incorporationand
How ... Mad the Alp.. uiy one of tliexo In a hobby applying
1670 for the purpose of making Imitations When a husband Is mean to his wife Interested
.DeLand. Florida.J -- charter the gentlemen
Has any painter ever fixed on canvas How oftun does one Lour the expression
Molla Can .........iv. 0.1..... With of the fine Venetian drinking be almost always outlives her. were confronted with a unique hut .
visions, distinct and haunting of lauds "Oh. that Is 1 Ko-ninl-So's/ < hobby,
E. ALEXANDER, Every I'orllaa of lei DoJr. glasses. Patience Is one of those things of encouraging! *proportion.(
he bad never seen? I know not The pollen riitliui' dlspara"lm.!?, It Is the 1
the kind According to the researches of M. Evelyn, the dlnrlst, writing In 1041 which we don't get enough and everyone It was found that the stock to theamount
of wonderful mind
nearest thing was a I tendency of the ini'mgo to regurd .
ATTORNEY'AT-LA W. Euille lung, the sense of swell in the says: "I passed over to Murimo, famous else gets too much. of $1,5IHUUU! \ had been subscribed
and
of brown
erection paper ap a person who bus a pronounced
parently Ingeniously arranged shelvIngs snail seems to be located not only In for the best glasses of the ,,world vutliusliiHm us a species of harmless Some people say that the cemetery \ while the promoters determined of this to

Office !iu Brush Block. the feeling organs' but all over the where baring viewed their furnaces, I widowers take notice a good deal great enterprise were
in rocklike fashion The truthof
built up covered lunatic rather to be pitied. keep the capital stuck down to $1,000- .'
DeLand Florida. body an experiment prows that the made a collection of divers curiosities, than the courthouse widowers.
Federal with little green toy box trees and the mutter In Unit any one who bus quicker 000. It was ceHHiry.! therefore, HS
Will Practice in State and dotted here and there with bit of mirror < snail can perceive odors by means ot 'TIs the white Hints which they bare any CHpoclnl fad Is greatly to be envied When a girl la as cross as two sticksat une of the first acts of the stockholders

Courts. glass and cardboard houses, which aeusory oils which are placed In different from Parma which they pound and sift as It probably provides more Interest home and smiling and pleasant to shave down the Kubmrlpttorm to

JOHN MAODIAKMID, once puztled me considerably In the parts of the body quite apart exceedingly small and mix with ashes and amusement for its possessor downtown old fashioned women eaDh.1' the stock and to. this end a committeewas
DIt. from the special organs which mightbe made of a seaweed brought out of Syria a "street alleel"One appointed to act.
parlor of a cottage. "Do tell me what than anything else. Any decided Interest -
PHYSICIANAND: SURGEON. that Is?" at last rose to my lips I I supposed to bo his only means of and a white sand that cause the In life whether it Is dignified by of the marvels of the age is the The charter of the new institutionwas
sensation. The Idea of cells of manufacture to excel." read and adopted. mill the capital 1
I sensory __ little will show at
hostess girl
Office over Fisher's drug store. "That. answered my very the name of an occupation or is simplyan Indignation a It
fixed at tl.OOO.OOO.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4, slowly-."tint la a work of my late *as- this klud distributed over the body of ADMIRAL BYNO. enthusiasm or even mentioned her father's great wrongs and the wes officially.. to elect ofncern to manage -
WitH n coHH ry
and 7 to 8 p. m.DELAND. band. representation! of the Hulps oa an animal Is an Interesting one and Is slightingly! us a fad, is eminently de- great Indignation she will show at her the business of the company until

FLORIDA.R. close. '. could Imagine It, for 'e never Clearly brought/ out In M. Yung's experiments A BraT. Sailor who Paid the P...... sirable. lover's little ones.-Atcblson Globe.lavaatloa 1 the charter in secured, unit these were

t was abroad." I often think of that which form the Bisect of tf ot Other Men' Kollr. "I have never seen a genuine collector named! aa followes:

:)) G. A. DAVIS man "wbo never was abroad" and of a paper read before the Acsdenffe des Two years after Voltaire left I'ruiala that 1s not happy when be is allowed of the Steam Eaala Walter F. Coiwliinan. president; W

SURGEON Ills representation of the Alps; of the Sciences. He observes the large snail George Keith came to visit blm lu Switzerland by circumstances to gratify his The Marquis of Worcester, while Imprisoned S, Jennings, first vlct'Irl'Clident< ; Arthur

... PHYSICIAN AND hours of poetic vision, of actual creation |' (Helix pomutla), which Is common: In to plead tbe cause of an Knsllsh tastes," remarked a student of human In the Tower of London In F, Perry second vice pre ldont.

( IHELAND FLORIDA. I perhaps from sheer strength of Frunce. It bas been generally admit friend Byng. The story of Byng nature "and a bent In that direction lUCe; invented and constructed the first There were various matters In con-

Office at residence, Indiana avenue, longing, which resulted in that quaint I ted since the observations of Moquln- la familiar to all his countrymen The should always be encouraged. It Is a steam engine of which we have any lu C'tlu1I'lIh the tinxinean venture di..

next to Conrt House. work of art. As close as he could imagine !; Tandon that the snail has good sense French had beaten the English on the curious phase of our humanity that we authentic record: and had it publicly endued nnil the indication for this

Office Hours: 9 to 12..to 4, and 7 to 8. them Macmlilan's Magazine. of smell and the organ Is seated In the Sea, and, mad with disappointed rage, will work diligently to make provisionfor exhibited the same ;year In Tauxaall In gri'ttt bunking Inxtitntlon appeared to
terminal button at the end of the large of England be exceedingly bright.
tbe blundering ministry our material needs when we are successful operation. In 1600 Dr.

M\as. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. I _".__ at .... Mldala A.... feelers. Hence the term of nasal organ turned on their luckless Instrument old and quite neglect to store up I'apln Invented and made a piston, and The company has rmrchn ec1 l the Mer-

I The Rhenish and Westphallan Bocl.I which he gives to the latter and the Byng. Voltaire was the lifelong. friend mental resources that will Interest and In 1008 Captain Savary devised and cantile Exchange Bank .and. will. take

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ety; of Popular Studies published In Its expressions olfactory ganglia, or pblno- of nicbelleu, tbe conqueror. But he amuse us until we are called hence." built a atm engine on a slightly mod. charge of that bank for briHlnesu us swu aa th..y"I'e

I. Journal an Interesting paper upon the phorlc, etc., which a number of scientists was, too, the man of whom It wus Hobbles help one to forget sorrow Mad plan while In 1706 Newcomb, ready to open

.Qtflce on East New York Avenue, subject of ecclesiastical anathemas now use for designating these laid that "for twenty years the redreat. and give us pleasure In the present. Cawley and Savary constructed their
nerves and ganglia. of judicial wrong" hung entirely on his the best In life atmospheric engine complete In every
DELAND, FLORIDA. launched In the middle ages against They are among things FLORIDA'T FRUITS ARE THE
I! animals, These malediction. did not The writer explored the body of the pen. On Dec. 20 1730 he wrote to promoters of health, peace and happy detail. James Watt who today en-

Di, A. S. MUNSON, relate to mischiefs already done but helix with a camel's hair brush dipped Elchelleu telling Byng's story and that ness.-Detroit News-Tribune. Joys the distinction of being the veritable FINEST IN THE LAND

were In the nature of a protection la a noncorroslve odorant such as essence vainglorious person replied generously author of thIs most useful contrivance -
of chamomile. He finds that If wherein be not the Tbere is something very )peculiar and
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. I against evils to be apprehended and enough lu an open letter did appear upon scenentll
were solely directed against creatures the olfactory sensibility exists in the stated that had Byng continued! the A PIRATE AMONG PLANTS.Wild I 17(16( Just sixty ;years InterPearsoa's ..... very much iu Florida's ,..vor. Her
feelers It Is not localized there bare been fruits with only here and there an exception
large fleet must
fight tbe English Weekly.;
omce Second Door South of Fisher's considered mischievous. Thus In 1121 rig of Mexico Cho.... t. Death (I the sweetwt In the world.
exclusively. The small feelers the un and that the admiral'smisfortune are
Drug Store. St. Bernard cursed the mosquitoes,, as totally destroyed She P.._... Palm ; beat tbe world iu flavorand
der part, the skin of the back and. 111' not from cowardice or Ha<.val Cvra For' Rhaamatlaaa. Her oranges
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; a to I 5 some unsalntly Americans have done came Among all the forms of vegetablelife the be raid of her
fact the entire surface not covered by band of God I There lea wonderful at Monummano same may
but from-the grotto
and 7 to 8 p. m. \Inefficiency,
In more recent times and probably in the Mexican tropics the wild Jilt peaches, her pineapples, and her ban-
DeLand Florida. with just oa little effect Even post- the shell are affected! by the odor. The and the valor of tbo French. trees are the most remarkable. Some ,. Italy, called the Grotto GI- HDHH. when they reach maturity. Her

-- REEVE reformation Protestants sometimes numerous experiments which he made Voltaire wrote to Byng, sending Rich of them show. such apparent Intelligence ostl where the natural vapor is statedto watermelons and cantaloupes occupythe

'! DR JOHN had recourse to comminatory measures show that the snail I. still In the stage elieu's letter but be could not save the in their readiness to meet emergencies be an Infallible care for rbevmattsm top place in the markets and the

witness the of Dresden of diffusion of the olfactory sense and victim. Byng paid the penalty of other 1I'Itt1eers ago some workmen same may be said of her vegetables/
as pastor that It Is difficult not to credit
In smell odors at all of be left for lime when discovered Her to the Atlantic and lull
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, can fact parts men's folly To Voltaire a war quarrying they uraruexH
for
who In 1030 cursed the narrows them with of volition.
his skin, as Cuvler already supposed grateful message and a copy of his defense powers the grotto,and Its healing powers may account for it. Her Huh and oyn-
distracting his conll1'egotlon.CASTORIA. In the tropics where the wild figs honor,
off the .
Office In store recently occupied by The feelers are more sensitive to odors i and In "Candlde," with that bantering I, were first made known some little tent bare alwtyg borne
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408! West than back his Voltaire flourish there Is a constant struggle ,' later. In the lowest Tbe beat bananas the editor of this par
on the etc., but contrary to malice wblch H alone time portion appropriately -
for life numberless species of I' has enjoyed mauy u day was Rgnth..red
New York Ave.DeLand among I pur
the opinion of Moquln-Taadon, a snail sharply satirises scene of tbe named the Inferno the temperature from plant lu nix
plants. Certain of the wild figs appearto hunch H
Florida. which had Its four feelers amputateddid admiral's execution have learned this and provide a fruit I: is about 96 degrees F., and own yard. The flavor was. dnliuioiM.
not change It. manner of living "And why should this admiral be put here the victims from rheumatism sit and excelled the imported v..rletlti1l-
DR.) H. D. BRACEY, For Infant and Children and was able to find its food. It also to death 7""Because which Is Then a favorite occasional food for seed many Is I I and perspire for an hour at a time. t'cala Banner.
birds.
nn
The Kind You Hava Always Bought fled from disagreeable or harmful be has not killed enough: find Such a vapor bath la said to be of much .-- .-
f dropped by a bird where it lodgment '.
DENTIST. odors. A microscopical examination of people. He fought with a French admiral greater' service than a Turkish bath.
In the axil of a palm frond high WOMEN VOTERS RE-
Bears. the .// the different nerve cells dld'not show and is not considered to have
in the air.There .
Office second story McLaurlne Block. Signature any reason for giving a special sense been sufficiently near to him. the seed takes root and Is I I Ti9' ...._.dl..o.. ELECTED JUDGE LINDSEY.
DeLapri Florida. to one part of the body to the exclusion "But." said Caudlde, "the French ad- Justice of Peace-What do mean by
nourished by the little accumulationof the Denver Juvenile
of
of the other. The cells differ from miral was Just as far away from the saying; It was not premeditated, Bas- Judge, LlncUey -
COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, dust and vegetable matter. It sendsforth Court, has been re-elected by a
yGLUSIA one another by their number only. Be English" tust You acknowledge that ;you broke
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D..p.rate.Can an aerial root, which creeps plurality of more than G<>,000 vote
;you make both ends meet. considers that the cells are capable of "That Is certainly true," was the an I down the palm, sometimes collluu Into the plaintiff's hardware. store and Mis. Elorence Kelley,secretary of the
receiving different sensations such as "But In this country It is salutary &tole. bunch of keys. Bastns-Tassah -
S B. Wilson. Bert Fish, Pat 1"' swer. about the trunk on its way. When National Consumers l-eapue, writes:
shocks heat odor., etc. As to the distance admiral to death now But dat wusn't man fault
to put an yassub. "ThisinsureetuthechlldrenofDcliver -
Manager./ Actuary. "ShUN* and I can't make ODe sadm..trTows this slender cordllke rootlet reaches 9
at which the snail can smell and then pour encourager lea autre*."- Jsdge. Mlstah Smlff! done pat locks oai the continued care of the man
Topics.Miss. the ground it secures foothold and becomes
Abstractors of Titles. odor., he places a dozen or more snails CornhUl Vtagaslne. tbe future trunk of the fig tree. i I i his chicken coop dat none ob mah keys who secured the Colorado law that any
(which have been deprived of food) In would. at, an' dare wuan't no odder adult contributing the delinquencyof
IDA W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand Fla. After the descending rootlet has secured child is himself also a delinquent -
a circle and,puts different kinds of -- -- ----- -- I way tor git In wldout his heahln me'cepan' a
Itself In the ground a branch and be punished by fine or
food In the center. When the snail borrcrlu' dem keys. Yss- may
I ALFRED HOWARD bearing a few leaves springs from the i by Imprisonment or both. :
perceives the odor ha Is attracted toward sub dat's de truf.-Judge.I .
; bas brought to light
seed in the palm top, and a vigorous "No one ever !
- the middle. In most cases the MALARIA growth begins. Then the fig gradually I 1 ax Judge Llmlsey has done the extentt
SURVEYOR attraction took plaee at a small distance enlarges and Incloses the supporting 1I I HI. Vole. which men and women profit sordidly
, nn Inch or more. Distances "What would you do If :you bad a by the tempting of children.
palm trunk until the latter in completely
DeLand, Florida. higher than this were' obtained only by voice like mine?" Junk dealer buy stolen goods ot them
shut In the heart of Its foster child
.. REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF food. giving a very strong odor very TU i "Have it operated on." cigarette dealers and saloon keepers.
CITY ripe melon. No substance attracted IN and eventually strangled.GeographicMagazine. i "Have it operated ont Why, I'll sell wares to them telegraph a1>dmepent'r
understand that I mode / companies send them to .
farther than sixteen Inches. Scientific have yon to
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E. H. HAYWARD Holly Springs, Miss, March 14. 1903 Infamons places' low theaters sell
American._ While building railroads in Tennessee ...10.. and 8..... I my fortune through my voice them tickets. And in most commun-

of the leading Fire Insurance i some twelve years ago a number of hand Of that groat Indy Charlotte of Bavaria "Yes. I beard you proposed to year iticii the thoughtless public acquiesceswhen
Agency "
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Hla faa tal Braad.Speaking contracted fever and various forms ol wife with It. children Duninheu Judge
the
are
Company of America-The Aetna. of sestets," said a college blood and skin diseases. I carried S.S.S. the Marquise of Creiiuy In her I I Lldd.ey places such young offenderson '

No City property Boulevard. Specialty.DeLond Flo. i professor "there was an eminent in my commissary. .and gave it tomy hand, memoirs says: "The diet of this illustrious I Wares, FovaootfclMrs. probation, aud with them the parent -
808. results. I can recommend person was reply composed of what ru
Scotch scientist whose especial delight- with most gratifying 'nnex-1'1I tell yea whose neglect may have made
-- ---- ---, mania In fact-was insects and bugs. S.S. S. .as the finest preparation for salt beef and soup) mile of beer; also do Bridget If you'll consent to stay children easy prey. But for the sordid -

: : Agnes wejtwy There once visited this Scottish professor Malaria chills and fever as well as all a certain horrible ragout of fermented I'll raise your wages. Bridget-Listen men and women who have profited

8* Wells 3tr t a young scientist. The visitor remained blood and skia diseases. W.McGowAN cabbage which made the whole castlestink to her wad yet Rate me wages. indade by the temptation of the chlldrrn

Marlnsttt.Wia. when she partook oft. She Yell Increase m* salary, that'sphwat there- are fines or jail sentences.
'FE overnight and la the !
morning I suffered. greatly from Boils, which called it 'svbaucriiotit. and she used Ufa. "How Is it that tbe Judge who en-
tl R his bat said to him: of ye'U! do.-Brooklyn)
different
would break out on parts my to compel her guests to out It. Indeed counters such powerful political forces
810 Well. Street "! 'And how did ye sleep the nlchtr"Not body. I saw S. S. S. advertised and after of . as the saloon keepers, the cigarette
t ,JI.nWIS..,Sept.25, 1903. very' well!,' the visitor answered using about three bottles I was cured she made a sort patriotic persecu- I I .... If ad on War.I trust and the
for the laat three have had no tion of It so that every one tried to I Be-And so they got married She such pluralities?
"T' I was all run down from nervous ed. was the strings bed perhaps; and years nies can be elected by
EEDS.; > ALL Bess tad overwork and bad to resign! bat. he ventured. '1 must confess' trouble whatever A. W. Zsaga.I7 evade her dluuers. She would eat tho Yes they get married, were, sepsuratsxl It: 1 Ie because he has the !good fortuneto

_IIIIDe my position and take a rest. I r'Ah,' said the professor encouragingly ,* :lUadSt., Bvansville, Ind.I most horrible mention. -prunes and again In a week's time and have lived live and work in a. city where women "

'Lymt.nee bee.Mtabl18b.It asa found that I was not gaining mystnuth ye were just bitten by some pears cooked, with lard and onions, happily ever since.-Philadelphia BoJ- vote. Tbe defender of tempted
_.. -'F.u' d..r.rsYou .. and health as heat see.ldwlsh I began using yoar S.S. S. probably ten salads made of raw herrings and apples lean chlleren Is kept permanently in office
.....-UMF ..............5.511.0. /.d.. and as ;your! Wine at ,thing. ear years ago for Malaria and blood troubles soaked In oil and mustard, pastiesof by the votes of the mothers the teach- -
1'i-t- recommended.such a 'I |r "Well, to tell you the truth, professor and it proved to good that I have con- of
:= Cardai was I otters' flesh and snails. She powdered ".,o..U.... ers and other intelligent women
ills of ', | was. the visitor, sdmltted. tinned ever since using it as. a family "
Medicine for the our Denver.
good 1 her melon with Scotch snug made It a rule
M4.aTRs 4ic., m. I bought a. bottle and BeganMb I II :"'Joist think of thstr cried the pro remedy. It Is a pleasure for me to recommend '"I suppose you have "
I *its 'I 'was satisfied with tasnelb I f e80t. 'Bitten, war yet Noo, man. S. 8. S. for the benefit of others la politics never to forget a friend.
from the use of the first can ye say It was anything at all noteworthy who are needing first rate blood purifier A ..... Old .... .F.A {"There's no danger of that," answered Every boat of the Clyde line coming"

bottle,and took three more and that that bit yet tonic and cure for Malaria. certain noble family In Scotland Senator Sorghui"!! ,"If a m.. ,him into Jacksonville ,and all south bonnd

We prwnpUr obtain U.a,and VnralsnPATENTS- found I was restored to good health ," 'Fleas, I think' said the other. 'But Arkansas City Ark. C.C.HuncoWAY. adopted tbe Episcopalian faith and car- I done anything friendly for you In politics trains coming into the State are crowded ;
and strength. and able to take ried out Its Ideas' regardless of expense. he never lets yon forget it."- with people coming to Florida forth
such fleas for biting I met la
1 never my Boils abscesses sons,, dark or yellow Never before did the tourist
mv work with renewed vigor. On the first Introduction of the full ; Washington Star. winter.
consider its fine tonic and excellent life before. splotches and debility are some of the local church the season set In so early as U has this
fur worn-out) 'nervous condition, I" 'I should think .o. indeed' said the symptoms of this miserable disease. choir service into the. sea-4 ...
and am pleased to endorse it.. professor la great glee. 'They're So 8. S.counteract: and removes from the Treat( lady, who had been active la the 'Mo matter' bow. a man gets a black "
.c_ Sicilian fleas. I Imported them blood all impurities work. was anxious' that a favorite eye, he I. bound to have a guilty loop The Chicago Babylonian: expedition .
... 5. or pha <>of umntlca for AGNES WESTLEY, my '
temr.pwe a. /te ar.aooY, '..,.. thwk".sa Moiled........" self.'" and poisons woman servant of hers-a Presbyterian ,nlong with It.-Atcblaon Globe-'. : has excavated a statue ,
Hawb wrlqrwls.sa' sad builds op the of the old school-should have an opportunity Daddu. They report
bf ............ ___ -. entire. .atern. It is of. King
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ioObottot Wined of hearing the servlc Accordingly ._ la tho W1ioeID.l"yOllt .
Sloan a A Part :IIe. that the face looks like that of
''CarW aad a 85c.' package ofBlackDraaghtfoday. ;,Lady (engaging a page boy)-Wen, S S guaranteed.pot'" slio took her down to church ( divorces are caused by a very a
S King Daddu
Senator ,
\vegetable reme Depew.
comet \
readily
how soon can you Pap ( in the carrlngo and on returning asked common mistake."
> Write for medical ,
CASNQWir dy.
lived 6,000 which is
) At once, mum. Lady-But sorely advice or any the old woman what su. thought of ; '"Whntlaltr year. ago

A ypae present; mistress wosrt Ilk* that., special informs the music. "Ou. its vern bonny. Bat :"Mau H luuu In love only with a about the vintage of some of Mr.
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THE VOJLUS1A COUNTY RECORD. I

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of secured 'this method T "\- -' -' -,_._._.- :-fGu' _: : .::: !!. :; !!!'!/!!': 'fI!!!" ,
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The is Lake Helen. extra .
COUNTY RECORD -v growing peaches go: ALL OVER THE COUNTY donation for the cause.missions many : iI:: t:': ::: COC'iI::: : ::_."'_._. _.c:_.C: ,_ -'=:; .,
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lug to become quite an industry .... '
*. Permitted to reach Borlptnral age/ '

..... ,, in ,Volusia county, 'and at no TEM8 OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Mr Maynar,Bond took in the Tampafair her luC.Jearl: seemed i\crowned, with ue; WATTS & ,JftlllLERi
last wee :, fruitage one look"at bar face would
!Untered the Ptm'xifliae--at-O LaDd. Fla.-, distant day. Up in the northern THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Miss Thrall Is bookkeeper now at the impress one with the fact that she belonged its 1

M second class mmter.B. ., portion of the county many of CORRESPONDENTS. starch factory to the Rock of Ages women. >
Life to her was: ever earnest, she seemed FURNITURE ilil
J Editor the citizens are clearing land for Mrs J R Hurst has her !sister with her eager to make the most of every day for I HARDWARE >
Proprietor
E. PKEYATT, Pierson. for the winter. the
and ,
peach orchards. Master His service a pleasure ilV l,
-- There will be a dance at H..pkloaHliU "One More Day's Work: For Jesus" be itt
have !b ing one of her favorite hymns. ) >
NOVEMBER, 1904. Ten car loads of oranK o1'n Thanksgiving eve. UNDERTAKING
The California and Jamaica from the N L Pler Kan The loss of this sister will be great to
.. shipped oD. Mr Sam has hl heat it;
.. Hopkins steam us in many ways yet stimulated by '
-- into the New and 0 E Jones
dolph
oranges are going groves. put into his cottage here. her example shall we not be more in it a; HARDWARE FTJEWTnltnre "litti' >
AND COMPLETE LINE OF
LARGE
The tourists' already flocking York, Pliladelphia and other Miss i May Minshew has rntnrnuil, to earnest more faithful1, more untiring, A "' and Latest In- '
Two of the Stetson boys took tea in it; and Everything for'yonr Bom*. the Beat ilifi b
r to the State, in! ..great num Eastern markets in large quantities three this place months after In a Jacksonville.delightful sojonrn of Lake Helen Monday night. more betterment conscientious in our work for the the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the ,
of
the
world that it
so \d Is three
may
'I fine class of Goods we carry. 'hour| Furniture Department
bers. but are not selling anyway Dr Georgo Kerr of Alhambra move Idles Minerva Itond spent Saturday be said of na -to-day we say of our it; doom north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in \J/Jiii
and the home folk.
near the'price that the luscious this plaqe; still visits Putnam county 01 Snndsy.wIth frl.m,18Dd sister who has left us. "She our lines we will take pleasure in showing you through either depart "
: ; President Roosevelt was delighted matters of a professional nature. The crate factory is rushed filling or- hath done what she,could." it;; ment. We have the goods you need and will satisfy yon or your

.: with Ins Thanksgiving Florida orange is selling for. Mr Robert Jerkins wife and children dare, They are working at night now Orange City Nov. 21-1904.: E. A HILL it ti money back. /

of Seville visited his brothers family at Mr. Newton's sister l is visiting: him it ti Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. ,itJ*>
dinner this .
,f: yea "God lifted him and made him this place last Saturday and Snnduy. It has been 20 years since she was in Card of Thank

of destiny" said Rev. Mr. Florida.Mr" To the kind'friends it; UNDERTAKING :JW:
I Wolfe's congratulations ,to a man The northbound passenger; train many who have DEPARTMENT.
; f RadclifFe of Washington speaking Tuesday morning run over and killed i. Albert Hurst has bought a large given their help and sympathy during it; 1Ii
Holloway have not.:yet been I !: fine year old now belonging to W W black horse and a new road wagon for the long painful illness. of Mrs MEL it Mr. J. A. Stith, a graduate _ _
'; of the President, and the Powell of East Pieraon his family.. Herrick, I tender my afacere thanks. of one of the finest Embalming ,
given to the public* all iniluenc Words l cannot.. express the deep feelingof it,jI; Schools of the country is in ___ _ ___ vlito*
utterance was not at Mr Hans Anderson, the punctual Hnd Mr Hopkins has just finished putting* gratitude I have for the kindness charge of this department and

} Addicks i is unhappy. lie lias ed fiy the circumstance tlmt Dr. faithful night-watchman at Aim, Lake In us telephone between his house and of those friends in Orange City during ,it a ti will give prompt and careful _ '
county, spent a movie' of days at thi office at the factory. these eighteen long months of such suffering it; attention to every detail of tWp v the people of Delaware RadclilFe has several relatives in with his last week.
bought place family
as she passed through
Mr Berlin Wright wife and two I : May onr work.'i'
; four times but can't get the office. Honest Nels Pieraon accompanied l by daughters will reach Luke Helen this Father in Heaven reward them when itt
: his beautiful daughter, Miaa Mary i I. week. If they can find a house to live ; their time of trouble cornea 1 is the prayerof '' ; Funeral Supplies \\Ii

,i goods delivered.. over at the count this week taking au in, it is more than any of the rest of us your humble, servant, 5 I' it;
--- About forty prominent Re- outing with friends. at Daytona have been able to uo for our friends, REV M D HERRICK. Always in Stock. _-
it; ;i
; Folk as Governor,of Missouri, publicans of Wisconsin have who write us to look for rooms or any -+ -

if he Capt D F Morrison, the hustling place where they can even camp. Spring Garden. ,. .,': : ': : :_..:::!': .:.;;a. 'i1 .. :.-=:.-=:.-=._,..,.::_a.,. I
will show ,brilliant genius telegraphed! the President. "If naval stores manufacturer of Tnrpen, ; ; ;: _'_''-'_'''_'''- .- _ _
r tine returned from Georgia with The Thanksgiving season Is with ne
: reforms througha City, /
his without
gets any wf the nation cannot get along of work hands Ian the time for .
a large; bach negro; again turkey cranberrysauce Mrs L W Odnm Is still quite Rick. -- -- -
Republican legisla for ''I\'eHk. mince plum pudding and all
belligerent havingSpoouer: Attorney- pie We hear the depot at the Springs is
those that at Thanks _
: ture. ... General, appoint him immediately That hnstling; house carpenter, Shep giving good time.things And we have come much to be soon to be rebuilt --.e.

,. by all means. Never mind hard Hughes DeLand came nl'Suitor- thankful for. but we feel a little lone MeKsra Breland and Odnm are quite THB
day to visit his best girl: staying with busy Imyipg and shipping
There will be two newspaper Home. when we remember that our home oranges. ;: .
much suffer! his mother. Miss Glen DBTROITSTOVB -
next State how we Nancey ac Folk are in the North and gathering: for The public school at this place, in
r of the
; men members companied him back. the day around someone's table and we charge of Miss Mackey Sheddan, is do WORKS

Senate-Senator McCrary of Alu- They claim 24 feet of water on We notice W W Powell our nhretM wish we could step in, too, and see all in well. name and this TradeMark
t: horse trader of East Pierson is sporting the tolk. \Mr Jesse Yelvlngton and sons are ; '
'
,., chua, and Editor Joe Humphriest the bar at the mouth of the St. a fine gray hone and pretty new bngfry putting pinestraw on the road between are cast on each
Mr. Mace is just back from a trip to
Manatee.-.- Johns River. This will admit lie ban also purchased a splendid yoke Tampa. He reports a fine display of here and the depot. genuine\ JEWEL Stove and
of steers and timber truck. Lee Odnm is home for the winter. He
fruits, especially from Manatee and Lee
The fight for the reduction of large steamers, and the deepen We are sorry to note that Mrs! F 1 D counties. Voluaia hardly had a show has been absent nearly fonr years. His Range. That is for'your

representation ing of the channel to the depth Harper of West Pierson is sorely afflicted Said::\ he had to hunt for Lake Helen' parents are glad to' have him home protection and is a guaran.

Congressional would mean a great deal to the with neuralgia of the bead and neck. display but when he found it, it showed again. -- tee that it Is the best of its
; from the South now seems to l e- The son, A 0 Harper, is also nursing u np all right The tangerines that went Jeff Yelvington has gone to Seabreezeto --- --- : ,/
l'erhaps it will silence the commerce of Jacksonville and to bad bonefelon hand this week. from here were the largest and best col accept a position in a grocery store. kind for the money asked.
gin. ored of any he saw. The fruit thai Jeff is a good boy, and we wish him
the whole of Middle, East and Miss of the most Every genuine Jewel is a
Miry Harper one
clang of battle in the Orient. Messrs Blake and Mace sent was just success.

!t South East Florida.It accompanied popular young by; ladies Mrs James in West Harper Pierson.and one week getting there.Orange. Mr James Jackson of this place has cJ E..WEii.. fuel saver no matter what

1 Ex-Congressman W. C. T. little daughter Ruth of May Port, -- -- sold his place to Mr Yelvington, and is you pay for it.

t once the silver- is given out at the Capitol !spent Thursday in town guests of Mr City. preparing to move to Spruce Creek sec STOVES WilY BUY UNKNOWrSS
Breckinridge, Jake Harper. tion. What l is our loss will be their
: orator of the 1I0use-ofRepresentative at Tallahassee that all the gain. JEWELS COST
tongued '
died of amendments to the constitutionwere Stephen W Bishop and James Pnrdom III and Mrs Wilson of Illison, friend IIlr J F Culp the hustling merchantof 4 NO MOREl _
suddenly
of and Herbert McBride of
Eldrldge; ,
\ of Mr Follette are down for a visit. this place has a number of men busy ,
home defeated except the one increasing Barberville invaded onr town Sunday Sold nti!
1" paralysis at his Kentucy saving the cassava seed for the Semi.
each Mrs Saute and l daughter will
afternoon driving an elegant not ra
the school tax from 5 to nole MfgCo and l doing a thriving business Recommended
last Saturday. ; ,
turnout and looking in every direction main with Mr Herrick as reported las beside. by
t: 7 mills. All the people will be for his best girl. week.

t: It is proposed to pass a $!(),- glad, too, that this amendment Rev H S Miller will preach his las Seven people have engaged/ to take EIGHTH GRADE.

,; 000,000 river and harbor bill at carried. It raises further tax and farewell sermon for ibis conference Thanksgiving dinner at the Orange City Ethel Odnm exanination papers
a
the Methodist church at this Hotel. show aritnmetic 06 cent
year at per : geography -
the coming short session of Con- for the sole purpose of benefit- 'place Thursday night: before the ttrx' Mr 0 N St John was up from his Indian 03; .history 94; spelling 100; grain WATTS & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA

gress.; Such a generous poultice ting the youth of our State. Sunday full attendance in December.desired.S Everybody. come River plantation on Saturday to mar 100.LoUis --- --
; will heal a good many sore heads visit his wife and daughter. Jackson geography 93; history
94; spelling 89; grammar 931.:!
who has had 11
E Smith a Tears'experience -------- -------
and broken hearts. Merritt Hibner is down from 'Wiacon
The election of Mr.: Douglas, and service as a sergeant in SEVENTH GRADE '
sin and is engaged in 'packing
oranges/:
the; regular army is giving a squad of Adali Odnm, arithmetic 100 WILLIAM KOLMOCT
-
shoemaker Governor of Massachusetts He is stopping at Fenn's Hotel. : geography
as ,
i The New York World vouches the: lancer boys of Miss Bessie l'nren'eIL'unrishlng 89, history 80; spelling 98; gram

, I for the statement that the Democratic on a platform of tariff school at this place. exercisein Mrs Douglas: and little son who were mar OJRoseo: and
Pealer in New Second Hand Furniture
I revision and with military drill manner of arms facing: here last winter returned last Friday Yelvington arithmetic 96geography
r i'- managers of the cam- reciprocity and marching, etc, twice a week. night. Mrs D has gone; to housekeepIng ;
: 93, history 74; spelling 84;
paign had more than $1,500,000, Canada seems to have stirred the A bunting party composed of Capt A grammar 81 DeLand and Orange City, Fla. ,..,

all and U Harper, L D Powell Fred Hodgsonand Mrs Frank Taylor who has been
besides individual gifts. Mr. Republicans up, they Hoy Odnm, arithmetic 92; geography
Mitchel Stone returned home Mon
North visit Mrs Sinks
'fag art spiritedly denies it. now earnestly declare that. theyare day fiom a trip in Lake county. Ob! tar at Columbus on a O to returned home, her last sis 82; spelling-52. .- 'I Are you In need and expect to purchase furniture and general DeLand house
hold goods for home If so visit cither one of stores-
your my
did
say. boys you ever see a large week .
going to cut down the tariff Thursday.Mr
ear's skin black as tart If not just Coronado.Mr or Orange City-and get my prices and inspect my Stocks. The. Best
A man has invented a cotton just as soon as they can get: at it, hunt up these mulligan hunters and. seetheir' Fenn has opened his hotel form- I Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the goods and the price
1 battle flag. erly the Freeman house It has been Krnlder will suit you, or your money back. I have just the goods'you need.1
machine which it is J C is the
picking; and never had any other idea in painting Seaside
The minted and papered and refurnished Hotel. My Second Hand Goods Departments, at both stores, are complete,
; claimed, does the work successfully their heads. Perhaps the Democratic following representative merwere and looks quite homelike.The and some rare Bargains can be had In these departments. I buy and
on our streets Friday: Messrii J H The Barber House is and ready
open sell\ second hand household goods. Don't forget to give me a call.
and the inventor never party, like Samson, will T tom of Barberville R J Bishop town l is filling up fast. Major for guests.. ,

t' saw a cotton stalk or boll before be able to slay more Philistinesin City Eldridge J ,J D Bishop F Morrison Bakerebnrg.Turpentine These arrived Clngman last with week the Wednesday two Misses via.Dnnlap Enterprise [ Every cottage: in Coronado 'will be WM. KOLMOISI, L'eLand and Orange City.
filled this
the machine at work. season. ---- -- -- -- ---
he saw its defeat than it was able to experienced trustworthy naval stores and the Clyde Line.
manufacturers took $1300 from the Express Our school is all right under tin
I, dispose of during the years of its Co for their payroll.Mr Tbere will be a caucas here on Saturday management; of Miss Patillo.Mr _ _- ---_ _J

The cotton planters are getting victories.It David Jones of Snnnyaide, West afternoon to nominate two conucil- Lanyer from Muncie! lad, will ,,,.i-.-,,,-, ,-,-,-,-,-, ,-,-,_.,-,-, ,-,-,-,-,-, ,,,,,, _,
for their well to fill vacanies caused by the resignation e-: coe-co: : : : co: : "
F r' 10 cents cotton ; Pierson one of our foremost citizens of St John and Young/: There occupy his cottage next week : : : :

good!; crops of other productswere who' has made a remarkable snrcess will be a special election on December \Mr Newell has painted and renewed W rot
is now claimed that Roosevelt with his gardening and farming inter- 10th. all bin vehicles for transfer work. All ,*> Never Before m
made, and the Southern having cut loose from the est, sold his Abealom Jones orange look fresh and bright.
and south of his Mrs U N St John who has been Northon tb:,
plantation just
: farmer was never more prosperous !grove Coronado is on a boom fonr new
political healers and partisans t awn farm to Mr W B Code last week a visit to her New York home returned -
cottages are being erected at present m Have we carried a more (0w f fm
, : than he finds himself) today. home Friday night with her
by his declaration that lie will 11 r Cade la preparing to replace the old ; and more contemplated. '
! iwellinR with a fine np-to date two daughter Helen. They enjoyed their Complete Stock of ii
k- not be a candidate or will he accept visit much and were ranch Mr Uetwiler's home has had improveuients -
Mr.. Holloway .sends out a card story residence and will also make very very added, which make one ft$

r; sincerely thanking the democrats another nomination, will t ther future.needed improvements in the near Improved Capt. Graves in. health is shipping his of the nicest homes on tbe island. I!f oranges.
spring surprises during his The Seaside hotel will look fine with h
': of Florida for their loyal support many One of the most thoroughly enjoyable He will have about 700 boxes on his a fresh coat of paint. All the ro
., second term. He has the supreme little social surprise birthday entertainments astern grove. Mr Dade is also shipping rooms ; for home-the latest In the best
of the nominees of the primary, have been renovated, convenient ; Everything your style- If'$
r" leave seen here in a long time was pro Mr Heebner's oranges and grape that made. We want to take this -
to the been through
opportunity changeshave made. Mr Newell is yon department
.i\ I\\
,t and especially the hearty sup- Tided at the pleasant quiet home of Mr ruit There have been large quantities meets all trains for the aosommodation: ,.,. of our Store You will tlncl< the (roods, you want and .
I I port given; him in the face of tile Vhite> House as one ,of the great and Mrs Charles Dillard Sunday last in 01 oranges shipped from here the past of guests. m at prices thatCAN'T mm
statesmen this Ionor of and to celebrate Mr Dillard's two weeks.
i hostile opposition of a portion of country has yet 31 birthday anniversary. It came on ---, ----- BE DUPLICATED .,
Major Brennr arrived last week Thursday -
the State. Committee. produced.i That the President is Saturday but be being away working at
t Volnaia and attending the F & A M noon badly battered np. He was in FOR SALE.One fit .,,,......,,......,....,,,,,,....... !" \
honest sincere and is .
'I patriotic the wreck of the Seaboard Air Line near I
at Barberville at Lie
lodge evening ,
If the Republican National not denied even by his enemies. friends deferred the compliment until Glencoe,, between The accident Brunswick< was caused and Jacksonville by a- complete bedroom : Undertakers and Embalmers i:

Committee has claimed a' Sunday afternoon. His most excellent
as
trestle marsh. He
wife, assisted by friends, entertained rotten over a sustained suit. .... _ __ $2 j 00.
of from its a broken arm bear the elbow : Full Line of Fine Goods :
surplus
k $100,000 campaign The South Florida Fair held at very delightfully a number of guests at Ooe nice
joint and received many other severe desk. ._ _. 1200. It'
fund, it can afford to reimburse Tampa? last week and this, was nnobeon Charlie is an Industrious, bruises. He was. accompanied home by One ; Always on hand.
side !
r the for those Loservlng citizen. and any community Mr\ Brown of Lake Helen, us fellow pas saddle. 5.00. f f f'f'
treasury immense decidedly greater and justly feel proud of having them
may senger. At last accounts the Major was One lot, 1-2 acres with : !tt t\
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; $500 dispatches sent from Manila more'l successful than its as neighbors. Be is a jovial, whol.i.sonled well could be expected.A .
even oing as as J. F. ALLEN & CO.
t" !
> fellow who always makes friends 5 acre grove 100 boxes fruit f ft
t. by Governor Wright for promoters ever dreamed of. wherever he lives, works or travel .
Tribute to the Memory of a Christian on trees; 5 rom cottage. !t,

f'<\.. campaign ammunition. here? were thousands of visitorson Good people, just watch from Mon- Woman.In .....-c: ;_._._._._,_.._._._._._._._._._._."., ._._. ...-.
Lay until Saturday of each week and S. Morse '-':" ::....'...,ee:: =::ee: ::e::e:: e::eeC'. : : co:::eo:e-eo:,:,'
Gen. Albert Gilchrist the the grounds daily, many of ee the happy lads and lassies with the hurry and rush of passing M. .= '"

them strangers from Northern smiling faces marching to and from events in this busy century we pause
p statesman from DeSoto count heir school, and just inside Miss Bessie for a brief space to offer our tribute of Orange City.Fla.; 'J '

J: i is a strong candidate for Speaker and. Western States, seeking investments keep the conduct honor roll of gcod affection to the memory of a loved comrade _. ,jp ... .. .. .. ... ..... .. .... ..I)
and homes in the study and behavior. The following who has stood shoulder to shoulder -- -- -- ------
of the next House of Representa- names are found upon the honor roll for with ns in the great battle of "right
.:' S tive. Gilchrist is a fine fellow, State. So successful has it been the two weeks ending Monday afternoon against wrong" for more than a score I Insure[ with us. i THE! E. w. BOND co
,
that the Fair, with many added Nov. 21: Herbert, Florence and of years. Now l is the time. .
if': has been a candidate for this Robert Bennett Addle Dartis, Hllma, Mrs. M. E. L. Herrick recently promoted = .

\ position several times but has attractions, will be a permanent Indolf and Arvid Peterson Eva, Frank to the higher life, "tbonllb lost Spot cash for losses. 'r Manufacturer of ::
thing for that euterprisinjr city and Annie Minahew, Carl Gunter, to sight, will ever be to memory dear." em
1\ never succeeded in the realization : Little and Aaron Hall Edna, Mittie and During all the years of our acquaintance U[ should be protected.
of his fondest hopes. in future years. No people of daggle Pierson Annie and Isaac Powell we have never known an instanceof Insured!? 5 Orange Box Material!, Pineapple! Crates, Peach i

other cities of Florida have ever Charlie Smith Reynolds and Eula failure to perform every duty faith- R you and
: -: Farrell, Jimmie Jones Janie Woodard. nllg; in fact faithfulness to duty was reliable. | Crates, Orange Peach Baskets, Strawberry -
i During election day on the 8th shown more commendable enter Every company "
Stella Horn, 1/orine Sam and Levi one of the most striking characteristicsof ::1' *

:::' in?t. the inspectors of one of the prise and get-up than have the .Terkins. Axel Hagstrom John Brad- our friend. Her life was truly an %! Baskets! ,...etc.. ,,
haw.Pieraon. object lesson worthy of emulation. An When does your policy expire? ---k.
"r.: Marion county precincts all at people of Tampa in successfully earnest enthusiasm, an untiring .
was headquarters for three of energy S Orders Filled Promptly
t: once discovered that the name pulling offthe greatest Fair ever onr neighboring town's beautiful effl- and enduring patience kept her from (Js[ jour policy In force ;: Any- r>
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cent accomplished young lady schoolteachers wearying in the work of philanthrophy number sixteen.INSURANCE :;: when andhipp1: "
of Senator Taliaferro was not on held in the State. Saturday and Sunday laat. In which she was constantly engaged. Telephone 9i !t. "

r the ballot.' The inspectors 'suspended The visiting teacher's were the fair For many years Mrs Herrick was/ HON AOENCT.J =" :Address : I' .
actively engaged In Sabbath schoolwork : r.It;
merits of Our most charming teacher
the, voting: and wired to When' ,it'iS"sifted down the dins Bessie Fnren.at Mrs Nels Pierson's instructing children who in later will Und :;: THE E. woN&corI:: : / 1

'l the county seat .asking why' the reason. for the election of Douglass and MrsfJake. Harper, The welcome years became parents and gladly us at, I I ;.. '
Ma.slachusetts'an'd newcomer were Miss Nella Force tile brought their children to one who had Stetson and DeLand. 1"1 '
in Folk
Senil.tor's'nan'1e w left off; The Lak.fJfgn; ;
cc popular publio school Instructor of been their loved teacher in early life. "* i 'a ,j." FI.i
reason 'was'promptly, given the in Missouri 'Johnson in Min JarberviUe, whose enrollment is 80 well Since organization; of the Woman', ** "J

i 3 inspectors. nesota, where the democratic ha behaved model pupils teacher; then of Miss Lnngren Mattie, her Mix.onollment place.Christian April Tempt 1886,ranee her labors Union' for In and our In '*...*...***********.... *** ***..*>**.44.444W .

ticket was SO'' badly snowed Under Is 29; then Miss Nella Mann, hat cause have been continuous, 'most ThanksgivingService.. -

Nearly a million, boxes of 'i& be reliable governor of Emporia school, devotedly, attending to every detail of _. .
found in the. fact that -- --- -' .-- --.--, "---. '--, --- : .
work and
he LUMBERCOMPA.-
( occupying
position
enrollment 25; then our own every BOND
4' oranges have i been, sent, to market they, each of them, stood for well managed school whosepres-prosperous In torn with equal faithfulness. ',The Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- : .

,. and: .'not' a1''box of it ripe.. Something ''that the' people approved eDt enrollment is 48 lively pupils. These I records of our Society bear witness to of der Florida.Section ,8 ,Chapter.4tiU8 Law. : : : -......... -. .. ...410 _._. .
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_' air teachers came together to exchange ber many years of devoted service; but Will quote yon prices and supply yon from their yards near the depot at DoLa
: The rowerire' forwarding: the i>!'l ,They went outside of good specimens and they enjoy the I not only In this organization but In the Notice, to hereby given that If j, O. Fruiter" 'with the best cypress and yellow pine ?
4 fruit market- before**possible I the democratic platform and Record and deserve ranch credit for wider field of work as State Secretary purohnwrol Tax Cvrtinime: \ No twu,,dated '
for several she both time the (lib "hey of June. A'D.. IHflft! bits Hl-il,' Lumber Flooring
Ceiling Mfdldings
gave k
needed improvement In pupils. studies years Turning j
cold should injure) it on the trees. took up issues that the peoplewere ADd they are all able popular, efficient end money to help the cause of :yGod: ...t.I rei tia. nte In my nlttue, nod has minIs ,, ,.
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B fore ,, this,'.free e,,fright took interested. Not one of high toned and attentive to their school sell Home and Every Land." Her white' r auplloatlnii rd.nc. with f* l 1..110.tax. deed.seMi to,o.l rtiltonle..;u. In em.<. SHIN LESdLAT.,1! ETO' f-P'' '
work bn ln-. Mrs Pierson tendered ribbon was always in evidence and '
and '
hold i of the* growers; they took them wasted time t lking'about her' guests a swell social reception after her departure It was found thai BlUmtcdlre lii-Hcu* too Vulualu fullnild/t'county/ described,Florldn,"''i-wll'JlllrlL' All. Immber. Building and Tire Brick promptly. deltvere4aywhere: _"In'bh:Cd

their own time in marketing the! imperialism. in 'demanding that Saturday evening In honor of their she had made preparation for any and 4 F L t40 Wlnnvnil'seu.,
fruit Jrtany*'growers not shippingb6xuntiFaf the fhp p nri' be'given or rlsi> very event by securing the little knot ) The said 1.o,..Ine....",.d at 4be- data
ribbon article of
: up, .- of to every wearing of toa 'liuiiHiite, of amuck riillaat... Pipefitt1flgTfyOOffl5GUby1i
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.' ,# .' : er'Christmas! 'and in' charging that the United The Florida Railroad Corn mu- pparel. How pathetically the badge, nmi ut K.t: UFul'er4unit. .'the ,T I 'E I 'ECCtIES; .and *
"tenng ) tinjfPump
ft fashioned her hands, I sp
v4 i by own spoke to
I ri ) States had wilfully' robbed ion grants tne Fla. East Coast .. aald omtllluiite hill' be redeemed \
< fniip was '
f0percenti Q thef; D. as we looked for the last time on her accenting to law tux deed .will. Issue s i 'j j'repaired, wells. \ and tank mad'
: 'rotiM teesismlateu.; February, .Columbia'' of 'the' province of lyv a 4 cent mile rate from its peaceful face. bidding necTar; be true $therwm! on 'he 2T.U day of uov A O.' 1MM. "
present southern terminus toley to our colors.,._ .>*>_ Wtv, -J W1 I j Wllaaa.xBiTQiUoUr.lgD.ture' anAVa r" rl 3 'W\ tot 'order ,Repairing., ofyallv: .3
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and Mare*., You>> could '(toe the Panama. They l knew better the West. IThis means the early 0\. a,worker In the ,homa missionary ,, ih tlbetbdsy of NOT. A*.D. IWi. Tinsmith' & PIUmb"er.Wpd
txee loaded.with both ripe fruit temper of the people whose votes attention of this road to the Island her fipid efforts sha was to indefatigable the last;'of continuing life. AiM 1 Clerk Circuit Court., Toluaia 8AJi'L>D.JUBOAM'!, j .. I & -: ,,: L *iLs.: -? .u..t..Lr" vasit; t..W K
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the; lO jSht.-l"enea4)Ola> News. City.. $h priginator\ of be birth-day box the l Ifen Fish1 p.C. 51tP3 nx'( 4Fw"of{ tank Indiana' AvenW; '

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Fresh Garden Seeds at G. W. Fisher New crop Onion Seed, ,Bermuda,,.a* .

New writing papers at Brill's Also G. W. Fisher's.Tba .
WELL DRESSED HAN!
STORE" NEWS new hosiery.Mr. Northern 1JI"llls frequently from
two to three hours late. -
THE.IMPORTANT' HEWS ITKSIh!!: '" OF A C. Haynes arrived from Michigan hc
Mrs. Huff, of Camp Cassadaga was .. ,1
THE PASTTKKK.! (. Wednesday at DeLantl! Wednesday. ,

Beantlfnl new Japanese' China goods A fine boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. i'i!'

Loral ran ._|.tjr It.... for she Poopl.'* just received at Brill's E. L. lion last Sunday morning. IS FAIR TO ASSUME


6 G. A.A DREKA & CO ....._C Seen Brl bv.-f Mention oar Reporter.or.*.<*. cc Monday Judge Furnished on McCrory professional rooms went for business.rent to at the Mrs.coast F. :from Address Mr Money Orange John Lock to loan City M.Box on White the 361 gilt,first DeLand.was edge of the in security week.town IT that you want 'to Jbe J y



W. S. Denitst L. Moffutt's on Rich avenue, near. Col- Frank Alldis la :
Taylor shipping a nice crop well dressed. Most men };
New school stationery' at Brill's. lege Arms. of oranges this. saason from his place on ,

W. H. Wood & Son painters, are doIng north Boulevard '
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. isfigI do. Well dressed
Principal Hulvey of the DeLand High means,
a fine job in the Interior decorationof .
I GOOD VALUES Fisher has the school. books and school School, l to spending the Thanksgiving sr, 1 {lf'' ,
: the bank building vacation in West Florida. '
supplies. ; w. ''I. 'r to wear clothes correct in
Greenleaf & Crosby the well-known Mr. land Mra Ray Conrad came np Mf
Mr. J. P. Mace here from Luke
was
of Jacksonville from Outeen to spend. Thanksgivingwith
jewelers and importers ,
Helen Tuesday their DoLand friends. style that fit 'that are made j jof
have an attractive ad on our front page. ,
That's Our Argument. Mr. S. B. Wright bas been spending Mrs E. A. Hill, ono of the leadingW.
There are dozens of growers about I C. :T. U. women of Florida at ..
the week at Coronado.Rev. was yrraW good materials and tailored :
DeLand who are shipping from a cur to DeLand from Orange City Tuesday. ,

f \ be had in De- Herrick of Orange City wan in two cars of oranges this season from Mr. H. B, Stevens was in West Florida r
The Best VALUES to town the first of the week their groves. I l on bus ness the first of the week. e h in such a way as to

Land; that's what we are prepared to Rev. Wells was a Lake Helen visitor Mr Geo. P. Tolby, the Inspirational Attorney J. Hall Brnmney wan at

to DeT and the first of tbe week speaker, will deliver a spiritualistic lecture j Daytona w Wednesday legal/ business keep their style and fit j
I' Mrs, II. P. Bnrrell was here this .
demonstrate. We have over two hun- Judge Oanlden was up from Titns' at the home of Mr. Scott Hud kins I week from ..i.rr
Orange City spending
villa over last Sunday visiting his Sunday night at 7 o'clock. .| ThlnkHlvlnwith/ / her daughter Mrs ? while you wear them. We

dred Patterns of family. Mr. G. D. Jackson returned the latter J. B, Taylor I /

Mr. and Mr,. E. W. Bond, were In part of the week from a visit to his Mrs. Dr. Lyon arrived from a sum- have them at Fountain's.

the city frum Lake Helen the first of Euatls orange grove. He will have luer spent in Indiana the first of the
Domestic and Imported Woolens the about 2000() boxes to market. week, semi in with her parents Mr. and
week. 4
Mrs W, L. Kepler of Winnemlaaette..
Mrs. F. Moffatt will take dressmaking t', i AGENTS FOX STETSON AND NO-
Second hand snrrey and harness for up Mr. and Mrs 8.V. Walt, arrivedthe (II (i ?' ,

Of all kinds forWinter sale at a bargain Can be seen at Hodg- again this wlntrr and she wishes latter part of the week from their f NAME HATS
6 kins Shops. the Indies to call on her, as .she will give Indiana home and are in their Florida

them perfect satisfaction. Residence home northeast of town for the winter.

Sheriff Turner returned" Wednesdayfrom Rich avenue Mr. L. II. Roberts was in town from -i WALKOVER AND QUEEN QUALITY
the coast where he hud. been on I
Suitings Mr. Ira Whitcomb left this week to I Orange City Wednesday. He is shipping SHOESCopyright
official! business. / about 1)000) boxes of oranges this
put down a deep well for Mr. S. V season over half which will be tangerines -
Miss Carrier Watts returned Wednesday Hough over on the count near the Bt 'I and grapofruit./ f

At all prices. It will not cost you any- from a ten days' vUit with Miss Johns line where 1\ new turpentine Mr. mid Mr*. Kennion and children

Lennie Ender at Tampa plantation is to be opened l up. arrived from Illinois the first. of the Y.M.FODNTAINHart

thing to see what we are offering.PRICES. Mr Hubbell who was at DeLand two Agent E. H. Haywnnl hue bargain I week to spend the winter here. Mrs. 1904 by
Kent)ion, nee Miss Bertha Bairulle. is a
winters ago, arrived from bur northern in a new nix room ,house, within 1)00) graduate from Stetson Schaffner & Marx dent's Furnishings and Shoes

borne to spend the present season here. yards of the College Arms on rt large II For Sule, or Rent-Fine, commodious( .
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The orange market ia down at many lot of land with a cheap tenement comfortable,dwelling/ Ueissingcr/ Place,

Black id Blue Brilliantine 82 1-2 cts to $1.60 the yd points in the North and some of the house at rear end. Now is the time to opposite College/ ArtiiH All modernImpI'ovel1l..nts .
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Not furnished. A bargain
buy It.Julge
Green and Brown Mixed Suitings 75 cts to $1.60 the yd shippers are holding up shipments for to the right! parties. Apply to

,. ,*' I, Cashmere in all colors, 25 cts to $1.50 the yard the present. Stewart has Hold his crop of Silas Wright, agent. J. H. PAXTON
Mrs. Thomas R. Webb received wire fruit from the Beresford glove to Baird, Mrs Charles J. Anderson and child ,

Call Monday last announcing the death of & Alexander. There are some 400( or left this week. for their new home nt

on us. her mother Mrs. Martha Sears at the 500 boxes, selling for $,;((11)). Mr. Wit- I Lakeland to which plaice Mr. Anderson Cleaveland Block DeLand.
trannferred. He is
Kan. linn Best lisa also sold] ) his to the : was recently
PitsfielJ borne crop
& CO. for t4. 0. now running on an A. C Line passenger -
same parties
A.
G. DREKA State Senator Massey of Orlando hat train between that place and Punta .......".........................."i.................
begun his lectures on Florida Practice Mr. and Mrs H. A. Morrison, Muss '(,ord\ I

. Phone 77.The. and Pleading before the students of the Julia Stith and Miss Bnnuttt, the latter ''I Mr Kdwiird: Fitzgerald former editor Fresh Packed Goods
of the Daytona Gazette-NewH who ,
of Springfield. Ohio left last eveningfor
Law Department of Stetson University.Mrs. / has been. confined at the Railroad Hospital I
DeLand on the steamer City of
Oeo. W. Mathln arrived Tbnis- I I, for a week with appendicitis, is
afternoon Jacksonville, where they will spend "a able to Jet around an.ll" making favorable The Best in the Market. .
from Taokerton N. J.
day ,
few days with relatives. cud, fl'lell,1eTlmee. ,- progresn.-St. Augustine Record, I
home and is domiciled for the winterat .
Union. Nov. 11))
I I and Fresh Packed Canned
am now receiving; opening my
avenue.her DeLand home on East Indiana The Oaks IK now open for 1001,.-'03. Mr J. W. Smock has rented his home I Goods! of every description, all from standard houses which
m Wisconsin Ave. to tw' families Mr.
Arms'DeLAND The front of The Record Every room in the house linn been lied Mn. S. L. Russell "nillrs: Mary I send out only standard articles, and if not as represented

College November 22 page when it should have says said thoroughly renovated, .and, many .Improvements 1oJ, Moore of Lowell, Mass, who have your money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully
have been made. The tho went side< ami! Mr. Chan. !Mentor of I selected and of the 1904 gather.
November 86, the regular publication)
patrons of The Oaks will find< it np to Rochester N. V,, has the east side
day. Such: mistakes will occur in a The Smocks take rooms at the manxe.
newspaper office. its usual standard, in looking after the -..--- .--- : A Fresh Line of Cereals,
comfort of ita guests!

FLORIDA Rev and Mrs. F, J. Longdon returned The Hodgkins steam sugar. mill .nt I Thanksgiving at DeLand. 1 Breakfast Foods, Biscnsts, Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right;

the first of the week from n summer. this place has two months' grln'lintf The weather. was ideal for Thanksgiving t 1 from the Factories, and the best you ever Lad, carefully selected -

spent in the Nortb. They went to ahead of it, working the of itnd all our people enjoyed the for trade and warranted fresh and
np crops my crisp.
28 day spending it quietly at home, where
for Guests December : [
Opens Ooodall the coast to
on Wednesday cans in this section into syrnp. Tha Thanksgiving dinners were enjoyed,

spend Thanksgiving. cane is crushed by steam power, mid it and family reunions hll.l d. The business My Line of Fancy GroceriesWill

Mr. B. E. Austin returned the first of Is steam heat that boils the juice Into hollies were clotted l fur the day, and
in attendance. atNthe union
Under the management of JOHN O. HOLLAND, the week from a summer's visit to his syrup; no possible chance of scorchingor many church were service the 1'irut M & church. be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher;

suns in Iowa. Mrs Austin met him in burning the> syrnp by this methedJjhn ,}. Uev J, K. p elder vrencl ng the standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,

at present manager of the BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE St. Louis and on the way home they ; Cannon wan here for a short ThanksKivln> <*sermon. At nij ht the and I'want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the

HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack lanta.visited Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Boley in At- time last Wednnsday. In days gone by lieu Social\. arfil,O1< the i 'gave devotees a dunce' of Terpxtthoreip at the Put- people, give me an order and you will continue to have the

John was one of the orangekinge of this goods thereafter sent to home.
and other information tri +ttil the light fantastic until ailnte your
Mountains.) For rates Mrs. W. M. Woodward entertained at section having very handsome grove I lr.

apply, before November 15, to Mr. Holland, cards, five tables' Tuesday afternoon near Beresford. Since the freeze helms, .---.- Honest Goods Full Weight,Careful Attention. Prompt Delivery

Mrs. E. L. McBride and Mrs. E. L. given up the orange industry< and< Is ny Y. after that date MR.
Mountain Lake N.
Blue
; Powe scored highest in points and were railroading, being travpnni. ; The little two-vear-old' i son of Mr. anil J. H. PAXTON.
HOLLAND can be addressed at awarded first prizes. Refreshments soliciting agent\ for the Jaultstnivill .and :Mis. llainea Yelvington. fell into 4 Phone 79
and Southwestern railway scrub bucket of 1 boiling water last
served after the game. y
H.itnrduv morning and was frightfullyeealded

Now is the time to plant your Catalpa All the mechanics and J lufoorers lit I from Its knees to the waist.' ___ _____ n___ __ __
THE COLLEGE ARMS DeLand are kept busy ever /day. in the I The mother) had just placed the
trees for fences. Go to E. H. Hayward. week. In fact, this has Jfeen the case I bucket. of hot water on the floor for j i'" .-.-.-.-..e...eSchool....,.,...-.,......,.-;;;;.-.-.,......,.-.,..' L.
DeLand Florida for tbe true Specot! variety. They scrubbing The child was in the "same \ 0\ ;),
at DuLand. all the yean4, and more .
must be moved-prices the lowest. room, and In backing, went lip againstthe !
These are not worthless hybrids, like mechanics could get Keady. employ I bucket .and. fell in .a sitting position /J! I BooksSchool M;.;;
about DeLand. ment. It is a sign Jfiat DeLand is in tin boiling water. \t /f
1 l many seen moving onward. Th/ building boom Dr. Davis who was summoned found
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.______ __no _____ __ Indies Stewart attended the South has. been on for the p* -- -- Florida Fair at Tampa the latter. part of the prospects are thnf it will continue. large blisters and a portion of the AND ,
Letter to S. B. Wilson. METHODIST CHURCH, SOUTH. hide came oil from the scalded, portionsof
the week and said he saw no oranges on Before County<\ McCrory at Daytona the body, Dr. Davis says It was a m \Ii

DeLand, Fla. Near corner; Rich Avenue and Boole exhibit there that would compare with last'Inesday M*. Henrietta Berrv. nerlom scald, and thought at first Itwont11'ro"e '

, Dent Sir: You ask: how many square yard-Pastors' Study church. tbe fruit of this section that the orange and for many Seabreeze years math a rwident r-in-law of of Oak the Hill late \ fatal, but the little fellow : Supplies'U Um

feet 110 gallon will cover. Depends on Preaching. morning anil evening at display from Lake Helen was the finest Ueagraves Adams fvoa tried before a as well as the physicianand ..
condition of bailtllnif. usual hour every Sunday. Prayer meetIng there. commission consisting, of Ore Bennett lltll parents could. hope. lid. .

There ia a great deal of 1 lying on this Wednesday evenings 7:80 Mr. Jack Broderick of DeLeon Springs and Atwater andJ.iB.Parkinson. Eo!}., Death) of-Et-Senator-Bristol.Ex -- 'f\ \.#
The stock claim of lying paints 10 -AT-
point. Sunday school a. m. for lunacy. A large bomber of witnextieswere .
J .fa 800 square feet two coats. It's a lie. Jnnlor and Senior Epworth Leagueat was at the county seat Wednesday examined. The commission arrived .State Senator W. H. Bristol diedat "I'f iiij .

I, iaa a rule. I 8 and 6:80 p. m., respectively. He says the winter visitors are already at verdict that Mra Berry was not his residence< at this place last !Monday .
Devoe covers 800 to 000, our agentstbink. You are invited to attend all these coming to spend the season at that delightful Insane and she was discharged. night' after having' been confined j Q. W. FISHER'S M
We think 800 too low and 600! too service J.:: E. MICKLER. Pastor.Dr. place. There is not healthier to HU room and bed for the past two f
a ,
Mr. and Mrs F. E Nettleton arrived
high; though rtoabtlena. they both occur. R. .T Canon will preach at the years. Ue had never recovered from 0'. )
spot on earth than in the DeLeonSprings from their Scranton Fa, home Friday<
How math the other paints cover ia tho stroke of paralysis he had about two d
)floobtfal l we 100 to 400 Southern Methodist Church next San- section. last and are for the present at The At times he would 1 improve ._. .,._.". ."_ .". .". ."_._._.,_.,_.,_.-.
equally guess ago
; day morning at 11 o'clock:, and In the Oaks They have been coming! to years
The troth ia found In another and would. be able to be and ahont
compar np -- -
evening Rev. D. J. Blacker will occupy, Mrs John Cannon of Jacksonville, Florida for ininy' winters, and have
iaon. Devoe is all paint, true paint the home but only for a few days Mostof -
the name pnlpit. for the family residing at at Lake Helen and in oth..rportion8
many years property
time he
the
strong paint, and full-mAaeur; the was as helpless as a
others in general are, at the best dilated, There will be no service at Bethel on DeLand has been spending a week at of the State. They are both chi""' Last. week he grew\ much worse,
adulterated and short-measure. They Sunday afternoon but on tbe first Sun. the home of Dr. and Mrs G. W. Lan enjoying good heath. When .they. left and. on Monday morning Mrs. Bristol W.A.ALLENXCO
day afternoon in December.At their Scranton homo lAst week there
and lends realized
cover according to body and mearare. and lion George. ,
Mr. Cannon
caster is with Jacksonville ,
yet foot of the
was a snow on ground
-- end He hail had.
Yon cac't paint with clay lime chalk --- that the was near. a
sand barytes water or air-no body in St. Barnabas.St. & Southwestern:' Ry., now own Capt. S. V. Hough and family are had night, was/ breathing heavily. but Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
them. Go by Devoe. ', ed by the Atlantic Coast Line. now comfortably located in their new at moments perfectly rational.
Barnabas' Episcopal church: Nov. borne on the Tawney property north I The UeLand. funeral services werehi'ld
I Yours truly Irene Randauo Is finishing this week
27th, lat Sunday in Advent: Sunday
Boulevard. Mr. Hough has had several from tho Episcopal church at 11 ,
:: F W DEVOB & Co school at 10 a. m. Choral service with the gathering and 'shipping of the thousand> dollars In improvement added o'clock Tuesday. morning, Rev. Brew-
New York sermon at 11 a. m from the Austin of an.l number of Stationery,
oranges grove east several rooms, wide porches, with star officiating a large
O W Flaher sells our paint On Tuesday, Nov. 89th.! at 10 a. m. town He bought this crop early in the colonial columns, baths, electric lights! the citizens were present to pay a last Huyler's Candies,

Riirht Rev. Bishop Gray will administerthe season for $ ,GOO. There are 8,600 to telephone etc, and a large barn pnt up. and'rite to a departed distinguished citi Kodak Supplies,
t Sacrament of Baptism theoharcber. Ha will also have tennis conrts and playgrounds "
THE
WAVERLY
.- 8,000; boxes, and as pretty fruit as ever < made for the children' We zenThe body hal, been embalmed and Florida Souvenirs,

Is now open for guests. The At First H. E. Church. gathered from a pine land grove.A would< more just soon citizens ai prepared for shipment by J. P. Allen & Toilet Requisites
'table is supplied with the best Hough. Co., undertakers to Oswego, N. Y ,
of students
large delegation of the
the market affords. For terms Regular service will be held in the the home of the. deceased before comingto Watches Dr. Mellette's Remedies
University of Chicago is expected after While out driving Thnrmlay< afternoon
I First M. E. Church next Sunday morning Florida about twenty years ago. It Clocks
I address at 11 a.m Children's concert In the tbe holidays to take tbe winter course Miss Crystal, Davis ami Miss Lora wad accompanied on Tuesday noon's ,

MRS. MARY L. DRAKE evening at 7:80: ; Sunday school, at 10 at Stetson University in affiliation with ,; Fish met with an accident The horse train by the son George the mother Jewelry,

oU __. a m ; Epworth League at 9:43 p.m. I they were driving ran away throwing: and wife being too feeble to travel. At Silverware
the great Chicago institution. The them from the carriage the wheelltpa.R'Ing the Northern home a daughter resides ,

SPECIAL NOTICE" Children's Concert and Entertainment. delegation is said to number over SO, over the former's head, cutting see at whose home funeral services will beheld. Cut Glass,
The next visit of tbe largest number heretofore at Stet- eral\ gashes In the scalp, and. Miss Fish ...
DR. E. T. ALLBN OF TAMPA Tbe Junior League of tbe First M. E. sustained. a severe ankle! sprain. Tim DeLnn'1 and her people will miss Optical Goods,
from the Chicago
college.
Church will render.musical and literary son accident came near being a serious. ono Senator Bristol He had always taken Fountain Pens, Etc.
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program on next Sunday evening at The ngero settlements of Lake Helenare and they were fortunate to escape very deep Interest in the city's welfare, for ,
r: -r? Eye Ear, jose and Throat surgeon, 730.: One of the features! of the" pro getting quite a reputation for shooting serious injuries. several times a member of the city : .

I o.\o. to De Lnil.. will be Is gram fall will of interest.be "A Trip All to China. which Invited and killing each other. There is a Agent E. II. Hayward bas located council snd as such was/ always activeto NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
are cordially
: ; Saturday, Nov. 19. ,several families here within the last advance every interest of the town.
to attend. shooting scrape or murder among them served the of the i-i
1 : week, among waoni are Mr. ;George/ II. He people county !
; .-- -- -- every few'months. The first of the Smiley proprietor of the Chif House, the State Senate for six years and _____ ___ u__ ______ _u
.week shot and killed Minnewaska N. Y. !Mrs. and, while a member of that distinguished ', .;,.- .. .................... ....... ......... ...... by another a negro negro.wan was Deputy Sheriff Edwards two sons are,with him, in the Smiley:John MoQrath body was prominent and took great Interest ,

house; Miss Maud Perry bur In the passage of measures for NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY
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has been
out several
5! Fudger's 'Bread I Is days huntIng mother and sister from Long/ !Island the benefit of the State and helpful to
for the murderer. Maine are In the cottage of Mr. O. L. the people.He Famous
i When .we.went. to press last Friday Brock; in the Shimer cottage are Miss was in his 80 year at the time of Mapes' i
France K Rand her father, her broth. his death and before removing
;:; 5 This week we desire to call the attention of the public to they the Circuit Court- was. engaged In tryIng Florida Treasurer of New York/ .
er her friend Mr .MlAntou and her was FRUIT AND VINE
rise! in price of bread staffs, and remind you that w.have not $, the DeLeon. Springs negro Lee all from Dunkirk N. Y. Tbe young aou'l i i State. He had always been a democrat -

o Ii decreased the size or weight of our loaves, aa haM most of J Stevens for murdering another negro In men will attend Stetson University. i and was one of the prominent l

3 ins.leading l ''t;fcera of the country. No fUse In PrIces. TFUD6ER'S that section a few. months'past The Lawyer J. Hall Brnmsey bas been ''during democratic Tilden's leaders time.of New. York State For Next :Year's Crop of:Fruit.It :J

.. I evidence went to jury Saturday noon the recipient of many complimentsover '
sincere condolence of this
and at 7 o'clock that night a verdict of the splendid address and, argument The extended to Mrs. Bristol and the paperis two will pat the Orange Tree in splendid condition to go \.,(

,; :r. | BREAD i guilty of murder In the first degree he made last Saturday morning 'children in their sorrow and beruav-. through the winter and to pat on an immense bloom anotheryear.
. before the jury of the Circuit Court in
went. Inspect the fine appearance! and splendid condition of !
with recommendation of .
. ... mercywas the Lee Stevens murder case, he assisting
a' i S Ia cheaper, delivered at your homed than you can make your ,. returned. A motion for a new. trial la the prosecution. He appears. well trees, and the fall crop, where M t'ES' ha*been nsed

\ :IJ own bread considering the advance of floor over one dollar ; was. made and argued by the defend before a jury and a court and is bound IT NEVER FAILS SPLENDID RESULTS,
to succeed and make his
mark before
< per barrel within tbe pat sis week, and you escape the heat ; ant's attorney U. M. Bennett Monday V. H. VOORHIS
the bar of the State. He is a forcible ,
5 'I'. and worry of baking Jays. 'Phone a* a trial order, and wes ... morning bat the court refund it, and speaker 1 clear and distinct In argument For Prices, eta. see or writ ,

:[ are sure yon will become a permanent customer. ; the convicted negro with the negro and easily. and pleasantly analyses the Dentist, -

a1 : Brows also'convicted of murder was.. evidence before a jury. Mr. Brnmsey E. L,. POW, Agent, ., .,
4;..v has recently opened an office over Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. 1\\\< ..
-1) p .St. Elmo sentenced to 'the penitentiary for life. Fisher's drug store, graduating from tb b 6 ;-
I Bakeryl L.iMtV Florid "
'Ph.n.6 Hours .96 ., *.: ,)
Lawyer J. Hall Brumsey assisted la the the Law Department cf -Stetson lave : s to 13 and 1.80 to 4 or. .
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voiiN wIir7rrY1 V ..* .P .'" Notice' Section of Application for Tax Dried. Under SOUTHERN}{ RAlLWAYf( ; '
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Chapter 48tW, Laws.1
Dnrwliif. mliii'.V.I,:, tl.ll1'lIe (cartW) of Florida.Notlic 1 iTLITIC: COAST LINE :
worm Irf1' live' yVni-s lalngsup! Wolt'" .
Is buittuy' given that Kale. Stiles,
\ enough to ..4oVel': .t:.<1. i'P.uncl.one Inch World's Fair,Route Best Line to St. ...
pnrchiiner! thick hn<1-mnTr thorcforthe result of -A' tun daw of June. IfUII. bus .tlieil" .11''<1"I'I.III''W J.OOIK-Superb Dining Car Service. -

its lubor; Is of vnst Importance. I ( III mv oltloe. find bus made nppllcation Stop overn going1 and returning at The Par"line from QF1orT1aCONNECTIONS' '

reckon 'tUVit ''the'1' pocket, gopher (floe with law.for tax fluid dued| cirtlUuaws to IHSIIO In embiace a. oor
this lu live months. It does not do It roli w mig dtscnlied piopprty sitiuated. in vllle and principal Worth Carolina > j. v r

In the uuie way, or so efTuctlvcl.v because Volusia count), Florida lowltiW mountain resorts. ..

(he rtbworm'nctually digests SA'i' ft of e 1110 fi of n S2S ft ol rti oi neX See High Bridge the highest railroad :... ;: i a! ,- ? ,!

the sr.lmtitiico of Its cnHlliiys, but It I Is for Infants and Children. ceo 41. towhshlp. l4s, ruiiKO2HeThuunid / bridge/ in the world. famous Blue Grass East. THE r ATLANTIC COAST"'LINE1' vte Charleston #iobraond ',..
land bolng nimcsaed at the date region Lexington and Louisville. v }
evident tUnt tlio:' pocket gopher' method Cantoria. Is a liarmlcss substitute for Castor OH, Par.- o be issunnte o'' such 'ertlllcate In tbe Free reclining chair cars and high the, '' and- Washington.- ,. 1 0 JJ :;t ;:
answers the purpone of fully dlslntecratliif Boric, Drops and Soothing Syruns.' It la Pleaiuuit. It name of Cornelia V. Miller. Unless class day coacbea. Through/ Pallman
laid!, ailxltiji the dead vegetation Morphine. nor other JfnrcottoHiibHtance. aid cerllloate shall lie reileemud according '
neither Opluin. Bleeping Jacksonville
coiitnlna cars to 8t Louis. To '" ",
0 law tax d"I.1111 Issue thereon ( The Loti1iiv9l&'Nsabvifle' Montgomery. =:
FcvcrlHlnicss. -
with tho soil to (produce a rich and ai l allnyn West
"il. 1 :'th day ot Dcoeiiitier", A. U 10UI. Folders rates.eto, cheerfully famished )
IJIarVhosajklidWind relieves TeethIng The Ohio B. B. via ,
Colic. It The Mobile & Montgomery.
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fertile blnck loam. The goplirrtt sol' It cures. Witness. my. oiUuinl\ signature and seal. upon application.
dom censii their labors. ,I have found Troublee. antI cures Constipation. It regulates tile the 12tb day Auvemher A J) 1K! >4 -=-T .- t\r-* .-

the fOR>lor viul tho moutlcolu active Stomach and Howels. givIng ""'"hy and natural ", lcei>. 8\M'I. I). JOItDAN. District Pass. Agent 108 J. W.O. LUSK St. 1 Via Savannah and Ocean, Steamship Company toz'Iw!
The Mother's Friend.! Bay To V-,
both night and day excepting during The Children's Panacea- 'lork Circuit Unuit Vohmli, rnunlv.Flnilila, Jacksonville. Fla. EastTo York Philadelphia and Bouton. _. _

the' botteat wca'thcr. I have known a The \Kind You Have Always Bought Notice of Application for Tux Deed The } Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore. '- .
Merchants & Miners
Via Savannah and
continued heat of ninety odd degrees Under Section, H of Chapter 4688, Transportation -ti
in the shade to atop all upheaval for Bears the Signature of Laws of Florida. HODGKIN'SWagon Via Steamship. Company for.Baltimore.and PhllR<1elpb3! >.

everal daya. They are meet Induatrl Notice
hereby given that E. Culeman.
ous however at dnwn and ,uD et.- purchiiH"r, of Tax CcrtlHcntn. No. 171J: dated. To KEY WEST VU PENINSULA ANDhAVANA.

Ernest Thompson Seton In Century. the Tib' IIIIY of.Iuo... A. l n. 1HIHI.' has tiled Shop and t OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. .
q .ull I cenlllcato' In my 0111<:0. n. d hRR made f 1

Tb Tlnl.t of HKBaaarlptw UU ap| llviitlt toT txxdued. to I sue In nccoidunce '.
with law Ba'd' coitilicuK' embrnces Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway'
One of tbe tiniest manuscript ever the following described. profierty' 8l1ua'ollIn DeLAND FLA.
# of the Southern States are on sale by the peinuipal agents.
recorded, a little Bible In a walnut Over 30 Years. VolUHlu county Floildn, towlt: complete information call on E. L. Powe. Ticket agent or address
hell the slue of fl small hen' egg an In Use For Lot, 12, 8utpiaxl|, Urunt spclinnOO( lown-
"I'brougn 1'ullinan
Everything In I'ortr.mpa New York Yin Atlantic East Const
account of .which has been preserved '-NO_'...'UN en.." .. ..u.... .un. ...... ... e,._._,__.___________.'___ ship, 17s,ran"W; ,, etc., manufactured Wagons.and Buggies repaired Carts in my also vi. Atlantlo Coast Sleeper Line and, Southern Hallway". Line.,
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among"' the' Ilnrli-Un1 manuscripts by The said land being assess d at the date !Shop'! in the best FRANK
'nl the Insunnce' ft I ricli, ieitilli-sto In the very workmanship C. BOYL8TON Dlat. Pass. Agent W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass.. Agen-
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PctcrJ3ulc, an Englishman and a clerk --Chine DuHlnebn. alamo 01 lnorge; Hallov., Unlosn said known. Only flrnt-elmw men employed 130 Wast.Bay Street Astor Building/ Jacksonville Florida.
of the 111ancnryItrontalned! an-runny i i 1 nrtlllute' hhnll ho redcemud! accnrdlnir. to and ftrHt-class work turned out. I haveately B.lII. EMERSON Trame Manage W.J. CRAIG General Pa
A Chlnimmn can be trusted. In a bual. What A Iliiliy Can 1>O. added to a engei .gent
leaves us ''O large :Bible land, as'much law. HX ded will IHSUP thereon on tho 13tb my plant a : North' -
: TVllmlngton, Carolina.'
nesa transaction where a Japanese cannot I'rUMiil: I djn't! nnJvrsLiudhy you duT of D"o -mber. A. D. 11104WIlrcBB
each With .
rending mutter on' page. a Tile foreign residents of the and 3-t, \". 1 imband should have separated my otflclal signature and seal
powerful glues. It could be'read enally. orient have the greatest regard for tile 10 ROOII.1I1r this the mil any of November D.1904. '

The author of this tiniest book on record word of a Mongolian. It n Chinaman Aftermath, was all owing. to SAM'L I.. JORDAN. '
l lived )III the time of Queen Elizabeth Clerk) Circuit Court Volukla' County Fla. .' Florida East Coast Ry. l
137J undertakes u contract, be will carry the baby's temper."Mercy 1J. ,
and In : prrsentsd her mDjcstjr )/ "
How could that be?
out tile terms of that contract though on us ""
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under \ '
with the I.ord's Prayer, tbe Creed. Ten : .
Commandments two short Latin prayers It impoverishes him. There Is no trick: "'''e couldn't agree us to" which one !Section'! 9 Chapter 4888! Laws of ..4I.i"i'," .?C-JJ-ff LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect.June: 4,1904.NORTHBOUND .
he will not pluy to win his case where of us the baby took: after. -New York Florida. .;,; / .. j

date., his all ojvn:ivrlttea: inline on, nnd a bit motto of, Paperthe and\ ,the big word Is not Involved but once let Weekly. _ _- N''.tloe Is hereby alvcn tliut.lameaf: Hlhke, ';< f.;..;.;., ?DA" SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. -HMD UP.
him give that word and bank Tax <' / {flf
;you can : Certificates ; '
purchaser" Nos.in.Ul.M4andl)3r ; -
:, sl70 of.afinger naIl and Bet In a rhl on It that he will die rather than betray 'i HI. Grand Present, :); :>. dated Htli day of June A. D..1MII'1.l : 'f.- ryi I .29' STATION. I No.98 N .T*
of gold overed with a crystal.' In this l It. Tho Japanese. bual.I j Tbe UI'ldegroolll-You said you were has Hltd said certificates mvolHce.nnd has \ 'j Dally.S4Oa. Dally.
are crafty
case also a magnifying; glass made the made application for tax deed to Issue In sucordnnce \ altvT48al., Jseksonvins .A, C Sue
writing quite loglble.-BoBton Trnngcrlpt. ness men. So long as they see profitsIn going to give me n grand present ou wIth law "Said certificates. embrace ,I y''''''''' 1No. ....:::::::::::::::::::.::-Bo: Jackaonvlll* :::::::::::::::::::::.Lv 5 45 s V S II top p
sight they will bold to a contract, our wedding diiy. How about It? Ills the following described property in 1 __4 > OOa ...................>........ ) i top
.' FlltJler.III-lllw--lJlllu't 1 give you my Q..," >lira'> ........................... 104p
Volus'a towit.E .8t.ugusuns..v
but If there Is a chnnco of losing Mr. county, Florida 1'11 L' .L' U a .... ................... H a 444pV
Jap. In the majority of will find daughter?-Philadelphia Bulletin. 143 ft of w 243 ft of lot 4, block 72 Daytons. -
Qo... ..."abo..*. canon E ofw 1m It or. via oftOI 4. block ; 15 1110 l pAr. ..........................Palatka.....,......... ...... ......,.Lv Cbs
In tile days wbeu a' snuffbox-was some crash meant comes.to get under cover beforethe 1 I IWli YelLing Truer Than Tbl. 72, )Dajtoni. W II"") ft of bit, block 12 7 7,9'.b zrc'V \ S 60 1114k I.... .. .........................Palatka....:....................... .r 7 00 a SB ;

attribute to tbe I "'bllt. n man cnn do depends a good Uaylona. S Op Ar .... ..... ....8 n MaMo .. ... .Lv.
considered I'
a neuessnry much deiil rKii! how much fnlth some good The said( land being assessed at the date -. : :8aoi: Lv ::::::::::::>.... :.... : Matoo.::::::::..:...::::::::::::AnUs : hOp /
l peiqulaltes of: u ,bcuu or a belle.! .re Wl*." tee Cb.....,. : of time Issuance of such certificate In the :-t=:::'N"::
ingenuity was ought to boar upon In father will surrender voni;:u hia: In him.-Chuni. mime HrsOooCumniliiKa. Unlussailuertioatea ,) !. 1 Lr ..,........................ Neoira ............................Lv 0 to & n 9
Tui'tary no
the manufacture !o/ these dulnty tri hIs daughter unless: he gets a goodly shall be redeemed accordng! to I..w.. COLD TIRE SETTER ........ fa aU.. Op

fles. Tin*;results were taste often for the very uiorbld nov quantity of butter In return and In Notice of Final Discharge. ol tax. I D'cember deed will issue A D.thereon, UKIWltiieHu ) on the 13th day Can set Tires without I 8: I &..:....::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: : or at : Hi

el. Those with a certain parts of IndIa no girl can marry, NoUop la ber.'by given ,that six month mv official( vlgnnture and seal your taking ... f. .
could buy boxes ninilo from" the wood this. the Hill day November. A. D., 11104.\ wheels from vehicle. We take ont no ... 86 a
until her! fattier has been pacified by a I I alter dlllP. towli: on the 81 I h day Kebrimry, .
of scaffolds, chairs tlliltU1It'del'el's had ; present of rico nnd few IW'S.\ I will apply 10 lion. J I lee JlcCrory, 8A.MlD..1UKDAN I bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloes ......Bunn.Ils..a.a in ill
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rupees.
sat upon or punts or their houses.. <'utility Juilxo i f Vuliiniu C;..nitty, Florldx, Oleik, Circuit fliuit Volusla County Fin with a hot tire. Come and see it work I ... 81 a Sip
j I'' Twenty. oxen la_ tl.e regular price for fur my ttnul discharge an Ailtninmirutnr' and you will never have your Tires set ... ai .. 30 p

Enoovraarlna Him. a man wlfo bus among more the than Mlsbimis once succeeded, but a poor In the eHtate of Martha, J. Bunt J. J., i evenapil I iIAN'i'A, Notice of Final Discharge.Notice hot nKain. i: g t ;:....:::::::::::::::: ::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: .H I as 445. n ton ala

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"Do you know.''" reunui'ked I tIle pessimist. obtaining a bride; on payment of one Administrator Is hereby given tout the underdigued Thanking you for your patronage in -.ceo..I I ..............81. Lu.l.............................. III O8a ens llo 10 110.
"I think that I have experienced AuguiitO, 100'Executnx / Uunrdiim nf L. Colby: Plnkerton will the past and hoping a continuance in .......Ft..1'1."' ..._.......................... SSp 1016 .
"- pig. m the lot dumy, of March A. D 19 13. present the future I remain ..............TlbbaU..............,.,................. .III p 948e
every kind of mlsfoitune except At Unyoro desirable but a ... ..........Bd.o._ 11 44
banging.". suitor any Impecunious Notice.Notice lug VblnslH tinal County.nuooiintto Kl tbe rids. County at bis Jud/e ollloe at 01 : C.::::...............:::>........;.Jensen i......::::::::::::::::::::::::: ] 16 p : 40 a*
may purchase his wife Yours to serve, ......>........ .St"..,............................ .... .t 051' taoa
"Well, you shouldn't: be dlnuouruged on credit but will not be allowed to I. hereby glvi n I hut the under. lie Lund, and ask (but til simiu be Allowed.J. .......Hot* Bound.............. ............ .10 36 P 06a
rejoined the optimist. "It Is always aliened has qimlltied I the Executrix of tl', D. l PHICE. .... _.._..........West Jupiter................ ......... Up s so.
enjoy her company until he bus paid Estate Jeremlnb McOrntl and. all ori-dl- Ibis A lilt 2J. 1IM') Guardian. SCOTT HODQKINS. I ....................... W Palm Beach ....... .................. 9lp 8 16 a
desirable you know to temember the the utmost farthing. torn lelC 'Ie.... heirs ord dlstrlbuteps will ............................Boynton.....................,..... SlOp 710.
old adage 'While there's life there's present their claims within two from, _. ...... .>Del ray... ............. .... T40a668a
". 'hla year : g:: : : :::.:::: ::::::Ft.. ; l : ::::::: :
hope. Red a FavorlteJl'in. Color date ol the name will be forever 1 J ...........5.-._............. I.aader1si..3..5. 18f& 884 *
_(Red seems to bo the most popular of imrred. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ. .. ........................ ..........!................. 8 10.
? SARAH JlcniiATii. .,..................... .......JIII..ml..............................Lv.. 00eBANFORD
national colors If flags may be used as This July U. 1IKM.' t Rxucutrlx.! \ \:

Tutt's' Pills crlterlons.national flags Of: the nineteen twenty-five have leading red In Notice of Final Discharge.Notice T. CAIRNS Propr.. and Manager. BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

them. The sumo cannot be auld of any DRESSED No.II I plo. laD No. 3 I No. I 3 No.4
that il STATION
hereby lx month STATIONS.
given INo.
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Pally lly Dally Dally DallyfOSaLr
other color. The _
chief flags that ore afterdate' towltt On the Hist" tiny ot December LUMBER
marked with red are those of the United A D 1904, I will present my Dualnccouiit ......... Tttiuvllle..Ar MRS lOop 10 10a Iff..N. 8myrria..Ar itip 700p
This popular remedy never falls to BH i dmlnlmrnior nflbo -tnlu' ol AND ROUGH I 18.. I............ O.n..r. P385p 11 its \.r. L.kelielen ..ArL hOp_Sit', -
I effectually: cure: States England. France Germany. William A. Cone, ileceHscd. to the C.u.itv. S 56 LY.. Enterprise" .... .Ar 11 ooa Ii In. .Granite City.Ar 3 lOp 0 0 )
Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Austria. Itnly. Spain Denmark Belgium Judjoof' Vnliis, county, Florida. and, wk Celling, Flooring-' Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing Moulding Window ant 80 a Ar.:.:::::::. Sanford '::....:::L 10 SOs 4 tOp 11 4Aa Ar..Or.City Jo Li Ii lIp S 5.

Sweden. Swlt7crland. for. tlnal dlsfba' such Door' Frames Newel Pcwti Ualustera Mantels Turned ; '
Turkey. a vo aa HdniiiilHtrivtor. Porch Columns, etc. Ho, 28 No.23Dally. No.21 No. 19Dally N9.I7Dally MI1ONOTNi2r No. 24 No. 2a
headache! Biliousness Mexico. Chile. l'ol.tugllialld Veue- uola. Daieil this the 27l.li day of Mny, 19 4 Shedding for Groves and Fineries. H8T Crate and Box Material a specialty 1..04 I Dally MAYPORT Dally SatandSund
Aad ALL DISEASES arising from a FEI'EU\ (CONE, Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. !undayonly _.xc.ptSunday I BRANCH. cent Dally Dally Dally 7only
aund'y
Administrator
Torpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe Marln How-ft Don't Unopened.Aunt It.. Martha DELANO FLORIDA. I 60 S 40 p 4 10 pl 2 00 p I\MaL..J.cklon..Ar\ 7 OOa 8fOa lOOp 9 tOp
natural result Is good appetite deny Notice of Final Discharge. S an I Si p 4 10 oh 2 Cl p Dill.. So.JaoKSonvlUe I 63 a S 51 s_II sap_ 1,01' 9 11 p
and solid flesh. Dose small. ; eleKunt'ty : I saw you. Your lips und his met as h" blip fitp Slop 040p 10 at. .Pablo' Baaoh. lbs 800. illOp 40p
coated: and easy to swallow I came Into the room.' Martha-Yen. Notice ia hereby given that six month 10 95 p ? !! p 0 55 I) 0 40 r IOU a AtlantloS.aoh 0 15 s 7MII 1151' 531p llll
-,-' sugar but It niter cluto- towit (In the first lav f..f l>e- _to I p5 60 pS 00 _neoa_Ar. Mayport LvS OOa_7 fO a a 03 II B 10 P
No Substitute. auntie was all an accident. I
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ueinbcr", A I> IUI4) I will pieBLMit inv tlniil
-- ,. -, started to whisper something Into ncof-unt ,18 nilminlKtiator of the entitle of Choice of Two Through) Car LinesTO PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Charley's ear at the same rocmcnt that Hunan DvPrntta. decesol d. to the Count

MUSHROOMS ON TREES.' be'tried to whisper l! something Into my Judge' of VolUHltl. county Florida and ask OLOM CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. II 0. .. I. COMPANY FOE 1
for a Hnnl dmclxirue' ao such HdmlnUtrutor.
ear nnd tlmt Is bow It happened. l'ol.dlhllbo 2.lb day nl Wni, 1114'
HAVANA AND KEY WEST
Tb. Method br Which They Ar. CL.ttvs.d
In J.P... Charley felt as bid about It as I did. I'KrCU; ONE, Sl LOUIS MO
I'm sure. Admlnlvtraor.
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]Mushrooms grown on' tree form 'Theee Tim. Table show the '1m... at wbloh tralnl may be expected to arrive and depart
Notice of Cram the aenral tatloni.,out their arrival or departure at the limn elated la not (ruaranuied.or .
article of for
Tax
quite an Important export Application Deed VIAAtlantic
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does the Company bold Itself responsible for any delay or any ooniiequenoe arUlng there
from Japan to China. Shlkoku I Island. Wise You..!&' I"o. Under Section t tI) of Chapter 4888 Ira....
where much camphor la produced Laws of Florida.
Elvlra-'An did lieUUx you bcfoie
the chief home of this industry' -The your' clmpevon\ ? Mnruln--Oh. uo. He Notice IH hereby gl\en thatTbe E.\\'. Bond, Coast LineMontgomery Wo. Copy of the LOCAL TIME OABD or Other Information

method employed Is as follower-Oak was wise enough to kiss her Urst.-Columbus Co a uorj.oriillon. "pnri'himnr of lax C'ertlfl- "SE. THE ,TICKET--A-dENT.". .
mU) No 770 dull d I 2nd tltiy of
June
trees about thirty years old are felled Dispatch' has m h'.l Maid l'erUII'ule I In olllce ILO2 and and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer through Atlantaand Chatt'ga j
my ,
In the autumn and Incisions are made him T. D. A lt. Gen. Pa**. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE
"--' - niaile plluation> for feed BRf PI 1
] tax( to Ifteuu Round Trip Rates from DeLand:
with at In nuvurdani wlih ._. ___ __ _
axes Intervals of three or four law. Said certificate -
Inches.. The trees are then cut into A cnnnry In Germany has been inlinuii-H 'the fiillowliiK. loncrlbed property $46.00 :
$38.35
(lrnowM to continue a single trill foi situated V'olimla county "'Iorlth.'owltlN H Southern
logs four or five .feet lane end are left Railway.EFFECTIVE
vtii! (' lh\ 'o Hi'ioiicH. with tweutj 34 nf Lit 7. too 0, townglilp/ 3Se
; range sale Good .
In dark secluded part of the forest.1 4'a"r.' .. On dally. to Dec 25 On sale daily Good 60 days
oli.uu.TH] : nole' In It.
After three years mushrooms make The said liinil .
bulnu
an c8Heil at lie dale if
their appearance In the Incised portions Ibo iHstiaiice ol Biiub certificate In the name $20.95 MAI( 20, 1004

and When the crop shows signsof W A MoKenzle. L'nlusu! Hhlil cuTtitlciilu &3O .85

growing thin fresh logs are provided. shall "be rt-duemed" naunrdlnir ti law. tax (m sale Tueaday and Thursday Vestibule Trains East No North and West No 18
'live I will \IIHUC t her.m> on the 2< tb day if On sale dally. Good lj: day during October.. 8
: These: mushrooms. will grow at Loss of Flesh December A.: D.. 11101.) Lv Jacksonville. Fla. bo Ky..7 4Bp Lv So Ity.. .... '
every season of the year. but In winter Witty'; my olllnlHl signature and seal I For reservations and information apply to a/ire(its A. O. t,., or write l.v .lesup. Ge, So Hv. .... ...10 Blp l.v J."klolvllle., .. .... .. .. ... 761( )
and spring artlflclnl stimulus Is this tbe ID'b day of >ov. A. D. UNH. FRANK C. BOYL3TON, D. F. A., W. D. !fABKE, Trav. I'au. Act Lv Savannah Oa, So Ity ... 1 OBa \1'' Mulol.! tin Ky..... ...... 8 (Oa.
needed which I Is BAM! D. JORDAN. ills W. Bay St, Jacksonville. Fla. Ar Columbia, Solly......... I OOa Ar Atlanta. So Ry.;. .. .. 0 2<)a
.: supplied by steeping ,When can't eat break. Clerk Circuit Court Voluulu. County: FU Ar Charlotte, Solly..... .... .. .. Ma. Ar Rome do Ry............ I 3J.
the loft; In water.and striking them you Ar' Gren.boro. So Ky...... ...H hOp Ar Dillon. 80 By '.,..... ... I lila.
: wlUwmalleU or axes to-prepare the fast take Scott's Emulsion. Notice to Non-Resident. Ar So Rv... ..... 3 lOp| Ar ChaUanoogo, Tenn So Ry ... .. sOs
bedStaiKl facilitate tbe.growth., .The Ar Richmond, Ho Ry. . I 4'-'p Ar Lexington, Q & ( .... .. S 20a
autumn Is tbe Wnen"" In Circuit: Court. Tin Judicial Circuit ofFlorida Ar Lynohbnrg, So Rv ..... .. .. lip CiiicliiiiHtl, QtC. .. 7 40p
crop large t. The mushrooms you"can't eat bread Ar Ry."".. Lv Cincinnati .: .... 8 40p
after being collected are dried. In and for Volusia County In Why Not Drink Ar Cbarl'Itoale1, to 8 .... 6101 ArChloBKO/ Dig Four ;.... .'7 lOt
by tba sun or.b,. artificial\ heat .! and .I butter, take Scott'sEmulsion. Chancery. Ar Baltmore. P Ry..U 30p Lv Cincinnati: Pa Lines.... .... I top
:. I. 8. Htighes romi'InlnnntBeatrice Ar' ] p Rv.... ....2 4Uu Ar Chicago, Pa Lines ....... fibs
....._.. 1'I8d_ .- When you have VB } PURE WATER ? Ar New _York P Ry. ..... ..6 SOa Lv Cincinnati, CHAD...... ..-S SOp
Hiighes.UeferdaiIt ) ArChloago, CH& D. ........ T 2Ja
Padua, In spite of Its flat surroundings been living on a milk diet and T HE orange City Mineral Spring Water !Ia unsiirp used In',purity. be ng No "Washington and Flii Limited" Lv Cincinnati, O 11 A D..... ., 1 tip
", I Is one of tbe-most picturesque' appearing' bv tbe affidavit of the complulnnnt ulMohitrly' !free from organic mutter atul. posauHHlng, mineral. pionertlesespcciully Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Ar' Toledo CHAD .... ... lila
dUes of uppel'Italy. And the seekerafter w something a little more In tbe above reuse that the resi bHiieUuiul In canes of kidney d. liver' iro'ible., Car_ Jacksonville. to New York Ar Detroit, ((J 1& D ... .. ... 7 33aLv
dence of the d fi-ndant Beatrice .
Ihsw
Unifies tar has received Hal termenilonwmeitt. f. such Erasin. llni-lnnatl 8 *
om ipAr
men as
.\ gardens will find many charming nourishing take Scott's believed to be 00 Jewett stieet. Cleveland: O. Smith professor chemistry Helolt. College. Debit, Wlsconnln, one Through "The LsmdoftbeSky." Mo 8 PittsburK: PL':::::::: b OOa

bits along tbe narrow canals or by the Ohio, and tbit there Is no )person In till- of the belt chemists In this country j J. B. O den, direitorew York end Lv Jacksonville, So 4Ap Lv Cllolollttil. BII 'our.... .... 9 flOp
Slate the service or process on whom would otbei. ity..7 Four. ... .6
45a
Ar Cleveland
river .
sluggish
the
S skirting city walk emulsion.To Lvavaooob. So Ry OBu .
c. Indeed one might almost Include In bind mid di fpndant. It Is theieuno, i trd Dr. B.ynton, of Clev..lard, Ohio writs! "It Is the mve-t spring water Ar Columbia, So Ry....... ...... 6 Olin' Lv Ilugt"n." So Ry.... ..... S SOp
a red tbat said di femlant. Heuti,'lisa Hughe, known to tnu. 1 am usIng It and It It ..., .. 8
reoommemllug to othets. only needs Ar So Ry...... .. 1 eop. Ar bo Ry. Sop
k. .. study of gardens the beautiful Prato gd' fat you must eat he and she Is required. lo appear to the a trial I looonvlnen anyone,' tli.tllh .- delta Valle, the public '(before bill of comphilnt herein on or before Many peonl' have vIsited Orango I'ltr /liv ad\lceo tbi,.ir 1y. .
: square fat. Scott's Emulsion is the first In |physicians f"r Ar Knoxville Ho Rv ... (U I Wp) No U-"llie "'1" Daily solid
a Monday December. A I D 1 W the turpoaeoftt'ating' tho Mineral Llnlld.
')It- the Church of Bt. Antonio. with Its the Spring Water, deriving grout Iwucttt from Arl.ul.vlo. So Ky.. .. ..... H Soc '
6lb
being day of mid month otherwise Its uio. The water Is diawn,. fioni. ve.tbuledtrull.tbrougbouu"b.ndl'IU
a sllbt"rr"npa'18I>1lnlC 117 feet Del w the So Rv. ... ft
.''f.' I bridges encircling: It.*,canal range.crossed of baroque by, 'statues marble great fatten, a ,great tbs by said sid defendant bill will. ,be and taken the a. complainant confessed aurfaoe South. It very pujntab'e), : nod nlioiiothur! the Heat Water to be loiind In the Al'tll.oulo.' ,,'
.: of, 'tworthles" and Its central expanse strength giver. will have- leave to proceed ex partsagainst Tho Orange City Mineral Sprlnic' : Water received. only.. dl.IIIIIIIallbll, No SO-Dally Pullman Drawing Room Lv 81 .. :
her. Bt ta Fair at Javksonvllle I.. mpetitlin with other dl-plava.' It Is and Buffet Sleep Car between Jankaouvlllo J.uksollvile. .y .1.:70111
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: of turf and trees. There Is no other tinny ng l.v .... ..
Those who have lost ilesh It is further ordered tbat this order be now being bottled and sent out by the (IranveCltv. :Mineral Spring O..m.any) | I and St Louis Mnoon 10 Iy. .. ..... .. 800HS |
Ar .
In of .
; example Italy a laid : \ ..
square otis published for four put up In attractive suit In of
auns cutlve week. In The cases 12 Imll-gallun boil I. s. For further Information Ar Atlanta tlo ,..... .. .On
,i in i this parklike way aud the Prato want to increase all body Volusia ( ounty. Record a newipnper I ni. addressORANGE Ar Aoniston, ,., 11".. ., 0 404
della Valle would form au admirable It.hedln said county of Volusia and BUite World's Fair TicketsSt So ByAr .w.,11 4B.'
of florid.. CITY MINER SPRING CO. Ar Birmingham, .. .
:i model for,the treatment of,open space tissues, not only fat Scott'sEmulsion .I )I mpbl to'rtt".jl.} 8 0>p .
.! I na modern city.-- Century. Witness my bund and seal of said Co 'irt' O. A. BUU.EN Mgr. Orange City FI*. Ar 'reQI .. ; .'U 40p
, : increases them all at the court hon-e In UeLaml, Voliisinoonntv. Lv, Memulils, lfrlsco.l'_ :...'I)1'... ... I toii:
, Florida. ibis. Slit day of (October Louis Now on Sale, Ar Hot aprliiifa.. Ark .utA..l i ,-9 iOitl
, Wh.r. Haters D*... AU_ bone flesh blood! A U lUOt\
.i Yuea tun eotvaT America 'al and No 18-'-'rbe Florida Limited." Dally
o )j .
((80.1) SAM'LD '
( JORDAN
'.Jr. ten dreU precisely alliev even to the rier\ zS "-, 1. nark Irrult Court Volusia county. Flu., 1 ) 'I "

p,. ty.a ..Jtow..tbe.turu c
1f.: UMMtowwto-. .. Lai- ,Ia. .IA.. tropics :?* :iForJnvalids- ,. .for con- John B. Stetson University I 'From New York, Washington ;eta-No 29. Washington and Florida. Limited," 9 iUrn.

'',''t larf*-famlllee are the rule, and.any-day valescents- Sale.In a. No S3, "New York and Florida Express," 7 40 p m
consumptives From I Llmitwl." *S-s m. _
In the (blo.l. 'nol"n.t" \ see In
'you may country girls "'
From .: Limited, 9 48 a m
groups of from three !fe| a biker's for.= for AveaK:\ children, for all Cl,cult Court, 7th Judicial Circuit ol DeLand : From mnotnnatl, A.b.rI.-J.HI.mhl/l.m-No, "WaahlngCon and Florida,Umltad.t 2 arm. .

, '; ea,: who belong to tbe.aame family as Florida" In and Ion Volusia Connty. In Florida. .

t;' their clothe will show. It to jeeps..Uruh who need flesh, Scott'sEmulsion Chancery. :_*_EXCBLLENTDININC CAR'SEBVIOE ; : 1| *

( '. to distinguIsh the members of a family is a rich and cornfo"rtabtiot Jane L. Hull, Complainant 1 In I 'J. U. LU8K. District Passenger Agent '0 West"Buy. Street, J"okln..li.VIM *
affiliation with the :
anywherer<<'AotMnfr .,- Men are ac.au..J.. $. their favorlts ( and :a natural George II Millard!, harle. Files, tlon given pro rata credit toward Collegiate Degree. In, the other. The !. H. HAUOWICK p. T. M. BRI) A. U. P. A.
flower c color., ser and Mrs C. F. Ilevser, Dufd'l J University Includes the following deoartments I KiJJU"R\A
Under and virtue .--. --- ----- -- ----- -- -----
:: .___ .11 rt., 1 I It ft .. J tonicv and sale by rendered of a decree la Ibe of Circuit foreclosure :::;::::::..::::::an' ....n.:.>==:;=="::====,.;.:=:;;=:i. ;. ,;,:l.r.' :;:;:.'.:.t. -

:I Odd Wl.' .$ .Scott's Emulsion! for bone. Court of the Seventh Judicial, Cornult of College of Liberal Arts of: Law ;
College f.
fRo Florida, In and for Volusia connty,in Chunoerv 71DEALE
.1 of the odd personar name* met in a osuas therein A. I C
pending wherein
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flesh blood and .Academy School l of Tecnnol
with In' this eoofrtry originated- Bog. nerve.We Jane li HI II Is oi' mplMlimnt and George H. gy, ;

,limb;workhoue-twher..it.' used to be Mlllsrd, Charles 11'. He..er and Mr. O. F. Normal Practice School Business College I '
,t1 al will send Ileta-r are dur..iida-ti, I ..lIleell at public fac -> i C'Qenta'
asiDlekena.intimateil youa
'common things" free oulorr to the hlnbe-t and best bidder for Kindergarten, Schools of Music and Art,.. ;

ft,,*,,"Oliver,pouxC'tfllialHiboqt Twist. to name!tIIeU foundlings'lu* tl.. : fe1uvsthdthhplctiwt.sample. cash DeLand al tbe In said.front county door of, the ilurinir court the house leval In ''...". -----".--.-.'-".-"_-"..........:-.:-_-.-__.......;:'-_.,.-_.,,"' "_."_"".._ ..---J--'J'.;...... :'"J'.foJ' J'..}...=.'Y'.._._ I and Boys'Clothing, Hats and Cap w
boil's of sale! : Ladles Gents, and Children Hhoea. Slippers snd.Rubbers.
t #janytlilna else,that might strike the la tile form ol a label b on bring. tI e lint on Monday Monday In, Peeombflr said month. B, ,1004 all Graduates admitted to practice ln'Florlda'wltbo Examination.: \ .' :

,,- (!uae.of the autliorltlex. Thus I the wrapparef.""ry IM tU 11 h.. following ,piece. pai'eel or tract nf It nd. System of Correlated Work In Manual'Training'' An Boggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, eta.Bewlny .' :

.,.....Jtet8.1p.uncllled.'J'op: thenn1heifthbdAys. of !mullion! y. bay. l lying Mid being In Ibo onunty of Vo usla. and Competent Faculty of 411 Instructor A Well select', Organs Pianos and Instrnmenta .
......._.. ., Stats ol lorlda. and du.crlbvii ss follows, and Comprehensive Museum. Over *.WO, ,ln Uulldliiir and M.hte. li"lo
SCOTT & BOWN vlst All efthnsast acre of the south b.l lLaw e A Splendidly Equipoed Qymnaslum. A. General Repair Shoe,, Harness.:Mnohlnes'eto.; : :
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; the. .... of some or' street1IbIl1end'st Library o< over .
church
CI1EMITT& of Hlvvr Lr t Tbirtsrn In the tow,. of Or Volume. For Further Informatlon address .. . .
a'' hundred and, mond. .MMKd: W, PEHK1MH I' i4

'.r thtng fural.blBg, equally l! _ 409.Pearl St5 N Y55Issh. Stewart A Bite Jtlpetlal;, l Master, In C'hanow/: LINCOLN, Ph.'D.p, :ide ,:'DelUnd.': ,Fla. > .' HVeSlloc: I DeLand, (;
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