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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: September 16, 1905
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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rest. This action of his ever after subJected -' AHOPEtES
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him to mime critic-torn from the : ; 'II'r ',
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;( frl"titls of both liudist.r -The dnath of ,

Stanley really ruined .IIuury'8 life. is as impossible ''to/conquer the lidfr: Of '" !I, ,.

: I THE FIELD' u) OJA, hONOR' Though; n, fearless finn uo never' afterward diseases-Contagious Blood Poison. -with Mercury ,. '
inured: < sleep alouo at "
ultfht.
and Potash as it'would be to conquer the / :
Better Fruits-Better ProfitsBetter A fatal duel took placu In 1810 In tbogreat'and'lonely 'king of the forest in a hand-to-hand1: encounter / : '"

peaches} apples, pear. and DUELING' IN NORTH' CAROI.INA-! IN Dismal swamp proclsoly yea' thousands who: have had theirbeiltlftt1ne1hiI I'* .! I I' i I
berries' are produced when Potash ( on. tlio line between North: rnro-. and lives : II I
Children.The THE DAYS GONE BY. I blighted through the use of these min '
Infants and \
the soil. To for to'K
Is to '
applied
liberally \ (
line anil Virginia. II. -Thomas '
avery >
erals will .
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Insure full crop choicest quality, -- I testify They took: the treatment faithfully \..j.I . .
fertilizer. not less the signa- ardent politician of Greenville, N. only to find when it left the \ '
use a containing Kind You Have Always Bought has borne Travcdlvs In Whlvh. gome of the Famous I I was oil, disease .
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than 10 per cent aetuaiPotash. C., clmllfiiKed Colonel Edward, C. Yel- returned with ,- -
combined
uniler his I mere with _
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ture of Chas. II. Fletcher and has been made Men of the (Mute Were Unhappily power, ,.T
lowly, n great planter of tbe same I the awful effects of these minerals' such: as mercurial rheumatism necrosis
personal supervision for over 8O years. Allow no one Involved .. Dlnuinl Hn-niiip ;
: place, the challenge following a political I of the bones ealivation ,, inflammation the
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to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations and Was a Favorite. Moetlnic l ,..... 'stomach and bowels,- 'etc.
you controversy. Yellowly was very When the virus of
the I Contagious Blood Poison eaters the blood it quickly: COM:
Just-as-good" are but Experiments and endanger/ Dueling In the Old North Slnle' In the much oppoHod to a meeting and up to I taminates every drop of that vital fluid, and every muscle nerve, tissue, and, :I

Send.for.. oar.pnieltail, books pomphlo.boomlo.of Information..| health of Children-Experience against Experiment.!: early days was not the light and ulry lImo| last moment endeavored to effect a I bone becomes affected and soon the foul symptoms of uorc*month ,and throat; \
tbe no' dv rii.lns
metal bnllUen, but pro. .utWladn (uiHtlme which the French make of It reconciliation but to no avail. lIe I copper-colored: blotches falling hair and eyebrows,'swollen' glands, lIdretlJ' "
I.st4..a. Sent iro.forb..1W4.: The Kind You Have Always Bought killed Thomas the fire and this
these latter years. The history of duel. at first I etc., make their appearance. Mercury and Potash can only cover tip these
HERMAN !KALI WORKS made him miserable thereafter. Nevertheless I evidences for awhile; they cannot cure the disease. S. S.-S.'has for 4'
Nt* ....-*. Nuui Sl.erprofessional Bears the Signature of Ing In North Carolina Id. In iiiout part I many ,
Atl.tL O. and authentic he had another meeting with years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood l'olson--a perfect I
quite misty, really records
I'bouth'tI""" Urt.4.. Ferdinand, Harris, a member of the I antidote for the deadly virus that is so far-reaching} in JM effects on. the sys :jf
'. do not go back more tliun a cen legislature and killed the latter at the I tem. S. S. S. does not hide or mask the disease but so thoroughly and: ;
? tury. Up to the time of the war of the first flro. Yellowly was a particularly it
completely cures that
no signs are ever seen again.) .1
Revolution swords were nxi'il almost fine shot. Ho was a man of very courtly S. S. S. while eradicating the poison of the disease/

,. exclusively by duelists, though In some manners and marked bravery. and sss will drive out any effects of harmful mineral treat,

4 cases guns, pistols and even knives during the civil war served In the Con ment. A reward of f 1000.00 ia offered for proof

aros. I In Use For Over 30 Years. were used. For example about 100 federate army. that S. S. S. contains a mineral ingredient o any 1

.H' '.TOU. .0....... MU.... ... N'W .".. .... years ago, near the old town of Bnth Most of the duels fought In the state kind. Treatise with instructions for home treatment and any advice wisheit,
-- -- rr-_ r. __ _1 _",-M'ir.-; "" were In tbo east where the great planters without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
ATIANTA. CA.
W. PERKINS there was n duel between two ship ,A t
JAMES lived men who were literally
FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING captains, growing out of a quarrel "lords of the manor." and who brooked ---- r :: 7 -- !jj J
about In which their but : o-t; tj;
a trilling matter
ATTORNEY and COUNSELORATLAW no Insult or even n hint of one. ble dish, hi Is ( ;
LAW left bands were lashed. together while Tbe Dismal swamp was quite a tn- TIlE VALUE OF OKRA ways acceptable on first acquaintance.Its 1
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Use Painter's! Simon Pure No. 1.All 1. each bad In the right baud.
Special a dagger vorlte meeting place not only for substance is viscous,,and for that; ..j
_: Florida. Each dagger was fastened to the wrist North Carolinians, but for Virginians. reason 'probably does 'not at once cap

Will Practice in State and Federal Follow- with a lanyard so that If It slipped Dugger and Drumgoolo fought In the AN IMPORTANT FOOD PLANT THAT tivate 'the.taste.' i Put the podaUwhos; 'j 1!
Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the
from the baud It could be grasped. IS 'NEGLECTED.
MUCH
Courts swamp. one standing In Virginia and Into boiling ,watery with saltbott,l )
Both men were killed In this desperate the other In North Carolina and two about fifteen minutes or until c001tad;

'STEWART &" BLY, ing Tag. encounter, which was witnessed by shots wore exchanged Drumgoole be- It. Nutritive Properties Ar. Very' pour off the Water'place in 4 hot dish,'' l

several persons, In the cold blooded ing killed at tbe second tire. Hlvh and It I. Partlovlarlr 'Dn_ add pepper and plenty of good! buttarfi.

ATTORNT5YS-AT-LA!: fashion of that time. Fenner B. Sattertbwalte and Colonel flofj&l la Cases of Chronic Ivtdlatee serve hot Cooked In this way, treated' i- .

,SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 Dueling continued to be much In Kennedy, both of the old town ot' tlcm-Some Simple Recipes.. with good vinegar and "served- _. cold it ,

Office 1 In 'Bank Building, DELAND. vogue until tbe period of the Mexican Washington fought a duel about 18110. makes a good salad. ,

Branch office over Postoffloe,DAYTON A MANUFACTURED BY war-In fact there were duels up to They went up the river near the town Okra Is a very important and useful Any housewife can 'do her' wfl"Iian.ning :; !j

the time of tbe civil war. Toward the a little after dawn and fought with plant, with numerous uses the .most of okra:. Slim and boll the kni I 'i

Cary D. Landls Bert Fish E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COflPANY end of the eighteenth century dueling double barrel shotguns. Kennedy was Important being for the table. The until two-thirds cooked; put in a bot; 0 )

LANDIS, & FISH JACKSONVILE FLORIDA. came to be the fashion and this went killed at the first shot. The affair' grew' green pods without doubt make the jar fill full seal tight and place hi a '

over into the nineteenth century for out of politics. Both men used buck- finest soup vegetable supplied by the dark closet; If 4e 1red. aM straIned'

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. some years Tho State university was ihot and Kennedy was terribly'mnn- garden Cooked whole they also furnish tomatoes! and boll ,until I tttie 10Da;Is .

"1, J AT-LAW. then In the early. stages of existence gled. Some shot grazed Sattertbwalte's a palatable side dish. The nutrient thoroughly cooked, but be icareful In,

and the president and faculty called shoulder.Dr. either case to omit salt; put up in'jars _
DeLand, Florida. GUARANTEED! ANALYSIS. upon the famous Colonel William Polk Daniel E. Johnson and Thomas properties of okra are very high. as above. By following this method ,
Will Practice In State and Federal Ammonia, actual and potential. not leas than..2 per cent and It has the additional advantage of I
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CarolInian
North
of Raleigh, the greatest 8. Jones, both of the quaint little townof okra: soup may be had throughout
r' Derived from ot Ammonia.
r L' Courts., Sulphate being an wholesome "
facilities for examining and Potash (K 20)). water soluble, not Joes thin....... ...... .. 10 per cent of his time, a distinguished Hertford In northeastern North exceedingly artlcleof winter.' i 1In ,I
Special Available Phosphoric Acid, not less than . .. ......... .. ..... 6 per cent Revolutionary soldier the friend of Carolina, went out of the state to fight, food. It Is erroneously called'gumbo the sooth the taste for okra .Is 04.,
land titlesJ
perfecting Insoluble Phosphoric Acid not lesi than.... .. .....;.. .... 1 percent Washington and of Lafayette and the In many cook books and'' even verial, possibly an inheritance. Elsewhere '
Moisture, at 213 Fahrenheit, not exceeding. ..., ......... 8 per cent their quarrel growing out of some domestic in some encyclopedia The of ,
J L.'jMCCRORY., Chlorine, not exceeding . .. ............ .. .. .. .. ............ father of Bishop Polk of Louisiana troubles. They faced each other name it may like that for the 'olive.1
This Fertilizer U made from Sulphate of Ammonia Sulphate of potaeb and (afterward a notable lieutenant gen with revolvers at the bloody spot at the plant and its fruit is okra. Gumbo 1 have 'to be cultivated.' But- theJ tate>

r' Dissolved Boneblaok eral In the Confederate service), to go Bladensburg, in Maryland long known is a general term for various kinds of : does not require much ooltlvatlea,,aod',

;,, i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. to Chapel Hill the seat of the university as the national dueling ground. John- soup made of it. Okra. in fact, is, an 'once acquired It Is a permanent' possession
excellent food much neglected.A ; II> j<*W
;/ and his precept and exam ,-New York Herald.
by
son was shot through the bead at the
Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville Florida.
Florida. Colonel Polk very important consideration from
DeLa't ; ple stamp out dueling. flrst exchange of shots.In .
Write for Special Cash Discounts. went and talked to the students In the western part of the state there the alimentary point of view Is the unusually To tbe honest mind the best ..*...-

C B. WRIGM, JR.. such a way that duels ended there. have been extremely few duels, the high percentage of digestible lid... of a place' ox* the advantages -r[
the most Interesting of all matter. That fact bad been establish eves for doing good-.M1dIssi,
E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY, Perhaps mountain people having little relish ed 1" '
LAWYKR- by common experience long before
the fatal duels In the state was that for that sort of business. There I
were
.Notary Public JACKSONVILLE LORIDA. between Governor Richard Dobbs however at least two duels early In any analysis of the pod had been The, Glo.m1a'T,
thought of. for wherever the vegetable -
This
DeLand Florida Speight and John Stanley. was the last century In which the old fashioned The ""Ioamln,,' l Is by' origin akin to"*
is in use it is well known that the
historic'
---- of the
the center
fought In long barrel deer rifles were used. gloom.!,TJie: root Ides, Is to look covertly .
Office at Telegraph Office.J Inspectors and Clerks of Election. I each of the inspectors and clerks appointed town of Newbern In 1806. Newbernwas In one case there was a duel with pistols soup is highly beneficial to persons from beneath the brows not Wlthl|
In the with weak stomachs. Often it will be ,
HALL BRUMSEY and mentioned in the foregoing the most aristocratic place between Dr. James Vance of Bun full open eyes, and so the' gloaming Is
retained when
J As required by teaolatlon of the board i It had been for tho seat nothing else can be taken
resolutions a notice of his appointment state. years combe county, an uncle of the noted and it hat' In many cases restored that time of day when the sun, sinking
of Volasla and for a considerable
of commissioners of the royal government
county and United States senator, below the horizon, shines obscurely! n-'
tATTORNEY: AND COUNSELORAT which shall serve aa his commission, state governor tone to digestive organs that seemed ;
of the governmentunder
County, Florlda.and in compliance with time Zebulon Baird Vance and Samuel P. der.th advancing !shades pf. night: as-
LAW and also to publish the names of said inspectors federal constitution. The hopelessly disordered. It Is a particularly
the .
law. notice Is hereby given that for the Carson, in which the latter was wounded beneficial food in of eyes ,may gleam dimly from loworlnc'browe. ,
and clerks of election as required duel the result of one of the Intensely cases dysentery :
Will Practice In'all State and Federal purpose of carrying on and conducting was ,, but not seriously. The duelists at and chronic indigestion. : j
Courts. by law. bitter and prolonged political once made friends and the matter ended Byron, the poet, wrote I As gloom-"
the, special election to be held in this The dried seeds, parched and ground,
marked that
Done and ordered by Board of County controversies which pe
DELANO FLORIDA county on the 27th day September sent by happily. are said to make an acceptable substitute log the ScqttlHh. word for twilight,.has ,
Store.J Commissioners this 8th day of Sep. A. rlod. The challenge was been recommended .
Fisher's by
Office over Drug General Thomas L. Cllngraan, who many literary
A. D. IDOlS, the board of county and Stanley exercising the for coffee. A substitute for arrowroot .
Speight,
D. 1005. men 'and Dr.Moore 1ft'hi.
for years represented the mountain particularly by
can be made from the roots.
J E., ALEXANDER, commissioners of Volasla county Las SAM'L. D. JORDAN. clerk right of the person challenged chose district In congress and who was brIgadier letters to Burns, I have ventured to' .
The used decocted
leaves green or dry. are -
three discreet and tho The place chosen
Intelligent pistols as weapons.
appointed By BEN FISH D. C. I noble elmsIn general the Confederate army, for their demulcent properties. use It on account of Its harmony.. _,
fair-minded inspectors of election and a was a lawn under some The
evening star Is called the "gloam-l
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. was twice a challenger in duels and
andIt The inner bark soft and white, contains
clerk of election for said Special: Electionfor _. the rear of tbe Masonic lodge, was once challenged. lIe was "out"three a strong fiber resembling flax. ing" Btu In Scotland and''Lowell's"The '
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Is strange
Office In Brush Block. the 20 polling places of the 20 else one to the affair times, but was unhurt. All of Tbe outer bark Is also fibrous and. together snow had begun In the gloam- .
publicity was given
DeLand Florida. tion districts In Volnsla connty.reBpect- his duels were fought out of the state, Ing" and Hogg's' 'Twixt the gloaming
madeto with the woody part of the
and that not the least effort was
gill Practice In State and Federal fully as follows: Over-Work Weakens number of promi- one of them while he was In congl'eSIl.There plant furnishes excellent paper stock. ,I and the mink, when the .kyet coma,!
In
Courts. stop It. fact a "
barns are familiar Instances oC Its
Precinct No. I. Enterprise.-A. T. Your Kidneys. nent persons witnessed It. were some duels which had n As okra is easily raised it can be cultivated >,- I" -

DAVIS Rosseter John Padgett, Otto Voss, The friends of Stanley pleaded for a comic side, one of these affairs being with profit. use. '. -

:DR.: a. A. inspectors, and H. F.. Quackenbos, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. reconciliation not only before the duel that in which Shocco Jones figured for table use the pods must be cut Dsr W'snlb.. PIaats.' '

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, clerk. but while It was In progress. After the and which grew out of a dispute abouta while tender, generally when about In damp regions the roots of psirasvt

DEMAND, FLORIDA. Welch.Precinct No. 2, Orange Robert City.-Barn-John All the blood In your body passes through first exchange of shots which was In pig. In {his neither participant was three Inches long. They grow: rapidly alai plants sink deeply and sustain ex}
Joshua Meyers, your kidneys once every three minutes. hurt. Jones was a great planter and a growth above ground. In moderately
and a
become The great
Office at residence, Indiana avenue. hart, Sr., inspectors, and H. L. Ryland, The effectual the friends of Stanley urged soon woody. plant is
.. jrm A kidneys are your writer of much local repute and one climate develop'1balky
next to Court House. clerk. blood filter Governor Speight to end the matter very prolific, and it will 'continue to dry plants

Office Hours: 9to12.2to4and7to8.wS. Precinct No 8. DeLand-E. T. Gross out purifiers the waste,they or- and renew the old friendship, but he of tbe oddest books ever written about bear until touched by frost A small ; roots and store up supplies) whtch4eotiaat

I Impurities In the. blood. refused and so Ove times these men the state Is his "Defense of North patch will more than meet the requirements the summer drought, or the >
J. L. Nnckols
T. B.
Webb inspectors
VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. If they are sick or out took aim at each other and exchangedshots. Carolina" in which be roasted Thomas of an ordinary family, and the plants themselves, as in the, case of th"
and Egford Bly clerk. of order Jefferson on the ground that he bad cactuses, 'become fleshy reservoirs"' of
they fall to do At the fifth shot Governor surplus may be preserved for winter
-4 Precinct No. 4, DeLeon Springs.S. .- __# their work. Speight raised his hands staggeredand been studiously unfair to North Carolina use by two convenient methods.. i Tbe water and food..In the extreme desert:

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. D. Peacock, Daniel Blackwelder, Pains,aches and rhen.. fell. death resulting In a few moments because of his Intense partiality easier Is by drying. Slice the pod, neither of these I't8OjU'COfJ.' to" available,.

Robert Jones inspectors and Henry matlsm come from excess Governor Speight and Stanley to Virginia. It was with one of Jones' crossways into sections a quarter of and perennial herbs are consequently ,

Office on East New York Avenne Sproul, clerk.Precinct No.. Eldridge. Ed. _- blood of due uric acid In the were aristocrats of the highest type. kinsmen that John Paul Jones, one of an inch thick spread thin on large few: Only stunted shrubs 'and hardy
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to
y DELAND, FLORIDA. Lemon, R. J. Bishop.5 John Beers, inspectors kidney trouble. neglected Speight bad twice -been governor. A the most famous. sea fighters this coun- dishes or trays and expose to the 'sun annuals are able to edslswit' ,tall v the) '"

and W. A. McBride, clerk. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady son of Stanley became governor of the try or the world has ever known lived from day to day until thoroughly dried.; former growing .very slowly, with
rRA..
S.. MUNSON, Precinct No. 6, Seville.-T. H. Pre- heart beats and makes one feel as though state of California. Members of both for several years. the home of the Put in jars or close' cans and .keep toughness of texture thiter.,, ..flourishing ,

vatt, T. E. Register J. G. Causey, Inspectors they bad heart trouble. because the heart I I. families :yet live In the state. Another Jones' kindly patron not being far free from moisture.. The other methodof briefly daring' the /sprjnarams.! .'.

"'HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN" and A. A. Ferguson, clerk. over-working In pumping thick,' kidney- son of Stanley became prominent during from Shocco the "seat" of Shocco preservation Is by canning<<, which ....otIn. little energy' to i aiiInlt Stem ,

Precinct NO.7, Ormond.-D. W. poisoned blood through veins and arteries. the: civil war because! of his appointment Jones.-Charleston ,News and, Courier.. will be explained later on" "1'11./ plantis s* leaves or flowers "mostly Incoosrpims-l'

6m.ce Second Door South of Fisher's Waldron, Thomas Wingate, Ed. Rus It used to be considered that only urinary by; President Lincoln as tenacious and ,ornamental., enough oos and.wind, (fertilhnd-rnd; ,hastening,, .
Drug Store.OFFICE sell' inspectors, and W. G. DePass, troubles were to be tracedto the kidney., Of (while sometimes .till of very malis' "
governor of North Carolina. course When tbe Jape Los at Sea. for the flower garden. The leaves are
HOURS lOtol2a.m.' 3to5\ clerk. but now modern science proves that nearlyall to perfecttheP'aSed44'WhicStalsd..the '
Precinct'Mo. vi-'F constitutional diseases have their beginning be could be in charge of only that part ''Probably most 'newspaper readers large and palmaUascted, and the blossoms #
.andto8p.m. 8 ?
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t\t. peLand: -'t.' >- Florida i : Porter, W. S. Rodgers Daytona-A.E. L. Bond, inspectors In kidney trouble. of the state which-was under federal are unaware that the United' States which'''In form resemble those' of species .will,.urvU* tmtU th-,j; "

f*:% | uj-mm-i -."* and T. E. Fitzgerald, clerk. I if you are sick you can make'no mistake: control-namely. about fifteen counties once fought a naval battle with Japan, the hollyhock.; -jSjre, ,:at flrst. a brilliant next ,;.rear's: short ..perjo, ef.I JT pes;J .:

KR. .JOHN REEVE: Precinct No. o, Port Orange.-F. O. by first doctoring your kidney.. i The mild with Newbern as the capital the in which the Japanese were not victors gold with ,* purple disk. J After, the jives a powlblllly;: of Wmfnht lfU 1'.IilG....
.. and MllCUfu<<
tha effect IJ'OWH.rpe
of Drj Kilmer'sSwampRoot '
M : jJPHYSiciAN"- Sparkman, R. F. Johnson J. F. Yeas extraordinary Federals baling occuplnd the latter says the Leavenworth (Kan.) first day the gold also takes a purplishhue. .
the great kidney remedy la ,_. t f J :dt'twBow
1862. .1 J.ari's
In the summer of .- :
> inspectors, and V. C. Savage, clerk. city Times The American force, commanded
realized. It stand the for Ita Cmteh .
soon highest Owls '
ANI> SURGEON, Precinct No. 10, New Smyrna.-C wonderful cures of'the moat distressing cases A brother of'' John Stanley figured in by David S.. McDougal, con. [ Here are some of the best recipes for "wben'rwaaU'Chunk'orbozcha chlelpeme._ hi' ;1

C. Moore, L. J. Griffin Gus Spliese InspectOrs another duel, also Newbern.. This slated of the a second class cooking okra Okra Take !
Wyoming : soup- a ,
; and la sold on Ita horned,
In by \' owl the) IPrecI4lot rWltoM
Office store recently occupied S
and J. F. Canovas.! clerk. was Wright Stanley. and his antagonist 120 ton sloop carrying six The piece of beef or'a marrow bone put
,
all guns.
408 West by druggists ::
Mellette. Residence merlta. whigs four and
Dr. was
} Precinct No. Oak, Hill. ; : oaebalf.4.o c
II, -John .The latter : l
New York Ave. cent and .- wa Louis D> Henry. Japanese had three improvised war- on In cold water and boll until cooked.
W.' C. Howes Gardner tothesurpriseoytheoywbqbd'
Dyall, W. J. and \ carried
. es. You have a was a man of great talent very converted merchantmen mount. Slice of okra ,
one quart
!: DeLandFlorida.; inspectors, and H. Putnam, clerk. may later ships, pods crossways It! for' .Iera1e4ithe' w. t. .'j
Precinct No. la, Tomoka.-Z,' H. sample bottle by mall BOM ot_ marked personal beauty ,who In Ing twenty guns among them. These into thin sections and add with enough was enystopcds.11ieyiittesibrathe / I >.
H. D. BRACEY free also pamphlet telling you how to- find years became attorney generaL At the aided land forts with strained ripe tomatoes to the
f were by seven give
QR. Bennett, Jacob Groover James out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. time of the duel Stanley and Henry soupa .,numer isj aft\ that,,*ha./ to) tosection' *<> :f
Groover, inspectors and M. C Cone Mention this paper when writing Dr. KJlmor8t ranked thirty guns of tbe best type of the time. rich color. Continue' to boll until of the country\' pad.were troqbleriorae -. \

DENTIST; clerk. Co., BlnghamtoD. N.iY." were quite'young and among The action,' fought on July 10. 1802, the okra Is thoroughly cooked which about carrying: off c'htclten!' <:b' ,;.
Carolina.
Precinct No.- 13, Glencoe.-William: the leading beaux of'North lasted just one hour.. At the end of ,will take about fifteen minutes. A which roosted 1 asIftbout .''
,E:>;. Moore H. M. Morris j. D.,Mitchell I Don't make any mistake, but remember The duel grew out of a trifle.'.At a tea mostly 'hw-ftiplei1! tr ",
the didn't .which the seeds
that time
Office second story McLaurlne Block. Ditson the name Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's ladles Japs have any green pepper from. the farmbulldltMs.r. The belief ;5'
and
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inspectors, John clerk.:: at which severer young
>. .' DeLar1 Florida, Precinct No. 14 Lake heien.-j." Swajnp-Boot.1 1 and the ,address, were party present Henry carelessly flipped warships left and the seven forts had have' been removed sliced' and added,, ttat.tbey. cp' could.oarrjrjawaj. 030 ::'

,;- Willis .Westlake, A. R. Cooley John Blnchamton N.-Y..OD-every bottl with his thumb and forefinger a bit of retired from business. The Wyoming 'wilt improve the flavorThe various bens vita, a COW OIl one_ Jt ". alep'comnmonlI : 'i.1
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'lfi..... COT Mf ABSTRACT and Jeffries. inspectors and J. P. Mace, .' biscuit across the table and Into Stanley's was a' little'battered, but 'still in -the' fcrnmbos, chicken, flab or crab are madeIn '>olI vut1'thk a'd' oWl 'tie....." ,

;':.; VhIMVE8TMBHT'" CO, '(Incorporated) clerk.! : : .. cup of coffee. ,Stanley was deeply ring. _ _ the same manner.. ,, picked',to. 'd1kikan'; .theJe4oefflDis5G! "4'
4. I. Precinct No. Clifton. .G. W. An excellent can be made with- "
' : is soup allicbting.ois.the; "
HntM.cro" >
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'. ;//J' Bert Fish Cary D. Landls.Sec'y Tedder Weston CfiftonJohn I offended, colored high rose,from the ...; tout beat by boiling the okrasliced .'
President Odom ''ri.! ," t 'II' bill seat'and a little Lut. settled b r flivIac ; !chicken: \off and..as It Jew toward .
; and Treas. inspectors, and Dawson Brown, clerk. InHurewith's.' table but resumed In' Perak unsettled disputes'may be as above, and adding when cooked: grouhfl 'tanghtTt ftn> thellwm.V. .*.e4
to
'r Precinct No. x6,- Stetson.-J. R. the- time.Spot I I later in the evening sent a challenge dealt with by the ordeal of diving. The rood sized piece of butter.;' QUiet vegetables .-ndslrsm.,: nai.tI\i'lICt.-'IItfmrllf\ ._
Abstractors of Titles 'at'once accepted
\; Britt A. J. Goodson, B. F. Colcord, inspectors N.l8 Henry. 'This'was onions"
'
arid
mi: i pleading. -upon' either aide ...e sealed such ss carrots,
and Neal Alexander, clerk. cash for losses.i ,,, and the details were arranged the next "': "':"' ''' ,4LI ;'} :
be used but of
; CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF op In two similar bamboo tubes.i Two Celery, may also lovers ; : cxt
Precinct No. Osteen. A. T. Pat- was shot
17, day? In this meeting Stanley :
stakes are then driven Into the bed of a Okra prefer It straight. Soup made) as : I
tillo, S. G. Brooke, G. M. Carpenter U should be protected. dead and Henry, lost a finger, of, the
-" inspectors, and K. B.: Osteen clerk. I t r- "-i <> ,i1'' 'I'M', ,.') L;i cut'off ,the pool in a river to which two boys are {above will keep In a cool place for several .
E. H. HAYWARDAgency ,L' left hand which was by "
Precinct No. 18, Holly Hill.-V,. F. l R}OU'In ured1.: heavy, ballet, from Stanley's pistol. tied, Immersed to the neck and eachholding I 'days and improve with age. TuttsPiIkgit: :: 1 1J
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'A' dish lunclt'ordlnn.t'ii
for
Cave, Thomas Wetherell. T. H.'Cave, one of the tubes. When all Is savory
of the FIre Insurance B.
leading reliable. second George Badger -
!! was
Stanley's
4'. Company of America The Aetna., inspectors, and Charles Harris.. clerk.: every company who afterward prepared a 'pole' stretched horizontally puad. In .the following m Butter i J fa. .
of Raleigh many ;years
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City property a Specialty. Precinct No. 10, Pierson. ,-J. J. i" United States. senator and above the heads of the boys; Is pressed n pudding dl b..put la a layer); of,_k- !f1.Q..........., ',

.r"I -I: No IIUII. Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. Bishop, David Jones F.. D. Harper, yyhen, does your policy expireIs who'' was or" the greatest men downward, forcing both under'water; led or half cooked, rice; a layer of sliced = :' : :E3:
011.
was b =
clerk. j '
:!:- inspectors and B. B. Minshew in force? Bach lad holds out beneatb the surfaceas jokra. a'layer; oft'Pipe sliced tomatoes .

Precinct No. :20, Sea C.Breeze.C. Post-H. in E. V'jour'" IIC policy w't. 1-'rT'i': v j i01: North Badger Carolina left bas the senate ever1 produce&When the latter long as be possibly can by: gripping butter, pepP r.r Nit and little sugar I ,f.ap,! d.Plal, I"' "hito :-,.-' ,

V. Hires, H. Thompson n : sixteen. his The bob. If the acid of,the tomatoes1 be objectionable
: i I" f .H.VOORHIS, and J. W. Williams, clerk. 'Telephone : adopted < resolutions of regret:: It, Is, pout moment, one) ,u to 1AN-I1-ItJoIislBc1NI.1! '."
specters, breathe he U and ; repeat the layers ontil ''theOlsh' !
set bill tube I
: t At the same meeting of said board of HON ..INSURANCE AGENCY ", ,I'I said that it :w.. the only time such a ,upon v ,t > ,
. Dentist : torn from him an.l away. The Is Oiled; > irate bteaofcrDmbcl"OIIp"w1tb
the I-, thing wai. STeP done. ,h.. ung '
"" commissioners following I / -'I" 'l I' other u-&i',1
B county 9l
:. the boy is led ..bore..wbe..bl. tube, pieces butter j pour:la asmuch. & .
Gross'Block 'Detank will find at'i, '/.'" ,W"" ,..Thla; duel was fought .very. near ) .
Fla. us 1 ,
. ; resolution' wu adopted: U ...J.'J J; irtl. -xlgtetson U Una between Virginia and North Carolina ;; Is opened and, thlf party whose pleadings boUlpg. water.'l the dish 'Cf11lIdt'bQtl'aona'imOuaa -"
VBecolveoV; That...the clerk of the It contains "'Ire,, declared by, the' took! ; MeW
Bonn: &3O toil and'l.SO.to; 4 and DeLand., ., a few miles south of Suffolk Va. ,

, I board la hereby authorized to tend to .. .. "' -,-- ..- '-..- ;-- News<< of It '&ot out and both'Virginia rajab to have wouth.'_ at law) < )lot M1&i.. IM'.Jtla')4" tiim'1' 1eIeN-Sut '$ '

f. and North Carolina officers hurried to Lb "

.' the place. When they arrived they; 0 I.c:'. :

k found !Stanley's! body on the ground "

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'. :?' THE VOLUSIA. COUNTY RNUORL.I .


The Sultan of Morocco is willing tttrdi.as..altttttraItt'seetwtyslsaae.atraara' _MM_ _.___ rtaaa+eweeeslsataa ..:............... .e:.......................".. ............ ,......,...,...,..._.,...,......... "" ''''''''''''e. :'''
i 'it; VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. cC': ..... cc: cc.cC'c. .: :C'C'c: : c: ..... ,
: to pay an indemnity anyhow, Buying: goods at '

I, the French had not licked him toa Money Easily lade Saves to u'! WATTS & MILLER"'I i

Entered In the Postofflos at DsLand. Fla., standstill either. you 40 50 ttl
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Moond olau matter

.Some ardent- friie !are tryingto One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 5 to 7 cents HARDWARE FURNITURE t
! B., E. 'PBETATT, Editor A Proprietor. start a gubernatorial boom for One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 8 cents m ifcto
One Lot Ginghams Assorted Patterns 5 cents ,
1 I A. O. Oroom, the Brooksville
One Lot Lawns 8 cents
I Cholera is raging in the city of statesman, at present State Fancy Figured UNDERTAKING
One Lot Men's and Ladies' Hose 5 to 7 cents '! )
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t
? Berlin Comptroller 85 cents
One Lot Towels
qi *. _ I : LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE '
One Lot Shoes 69 A: 98 cents fRNI- toto
i ,:The cotton growers are holding Portsmouth does not wish any A nitnre and Everything for your home the Best and Latest in '
the Market and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE/ for the toto
': out for 11 cents for the present ill to the world at large but if fine class of Goods we carry. 1 Oar Furniture Department is three

I : crop. there is any more wars to be I PHONE i7 F. P. MCELROY, DE I IM .1 our doors lines north we of will onr take Hardware pleasure Store in showing, and when you through in need of either anything depart.in toto toto'

I wound up, she is perfectly willing ment. We have the 'goods you need and will satisfy you or your
v Ool. William Jennings' Bryan to do it at summer prices. trN'ef6''....1M.Ie..............MaSd/F'MR1NtbdlaPaiF1fPIP' .aR'a. .IF'lM.......... >M <'...' money back. toto

If I departed, this week for a tour ---- Careful Attention given all Mall Orders.Ii% 1
around the world. He will be Gainesville like DeLand
ALL OVER THE COUNTYTEMS this peace in the presence of a large made to pay it U UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.
! gone two years. wants more modern cottages circle of invited guests and friends. The the love of greed toto:

i' a [built for winter quarters for bride lacked queenly and gracefully bottom of the \ Mr. J. A. Btith Embalming toto

I j: An investigation, just made, visitors who wish to keep house OF INTEREST WAFTED TO gowjiid In white silk while the groom But, says the of Schools one of of the the flnest country, is in toto'
brings to light 65,000 fraudulent THE RECORD OFFICE B-Y ITS was particularly handsome in full dress the county mnst charge of this department and toto
\ while in Florida for the winter ,'
voters'of the registration booksof rORRESPONDENTS. After the Impressive ceremony was con revenue from .will, five(! prompt and careful toto
season.A -- cluded congratulations were extended to violators of the .! attention to every detail of this \

;Philadelphia.. benevolent administration Pierson. the happy couple by all present, which dreadful business work. it;

Pasco will have wet were followed by an elegant wedding county can be \,! Funeral Supplies \to
:: county a Panama another
: is going! to send
: .
dinner served by host and hostess, as- revenue out of
\ and dry election on October 26th, consignment of high priced Leon Barber a popular Mulligan lad slAted by a circle of beautiful young I tigers will ply the Always in Stock. tai

'l'I and she will join the large num- I engineering talent. Possibly from Barberville, was here Saturday. ladies... The lovely bride was born and therefore we will to

ber of dry counties of the State. Panama would prefer some men Carlile and Harper shipped 18 dressed reared in Volnsla county and ,is Tory saloon. It is a ,...,..,.................-.......-.,...,............".,..............-.........................,...-'_......'\:-.
I! hogs to market last week and W H much beloved by a large circle of young matter how high ; --- .
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who canal.It .
would
'//0 Judge Alton Parker, late dig a Powell air friends. The couple received a large higher, the worse =-

Presidential candidate, is now is stated that the Japanese Mrs F B Carlile and children of number of handsome and useful prea true it puts The only Hotel on Daytona Beach Open the Entire Year.
Ashley street, this place spent last ants, consisting of outfits for kitchen But It also takes
getting $100,000 salary as lawyerfor intend to give their peace envoysa week with her parents In Little Egypt. parlor dining-room; bed-room, orna- in the state of Are you going; away for the Summer? If so, why not go to

an' elevated railroad in New warm reception. From the R H Ashley, a splendid man and an mental articles with which to adorn for every dollar the SEABREEZE [Daytona Beach] FLORIDA ,

York. Japanese press comments, one experienced timber and log handler, their new home. Early Tuesday the put into the

might; infer that the warmth with his son Will of Fatio, were at home couple departed by steamer for Charles seventeen dollars THE BREAKERS ABYTHESBA .
President Roosevelt will visit oil. last week. tonS, C, where they will enjoy a short It occurs to me,
would emanate from boiling
Jacksonville next month, and Mr N L Pierson shipped ten boxes of honeymoon. poor investment
to I Is a home-like hotel at a reasonable price. Electric 11 all
Abe people of Jacksonville and of The Florida East Coast Ry. the Parson Brown's sweet variety of go wet so as modern conveniences. Sea food a specialty. First-class fiveryln con-

.: the State will give him a hearty Company is rock ballasting the oranges from here to Jacksonville last Enterprise.Mr law, selling but a. nection with the hotel. Rates $3 00 per day and upwards. Special
welcome.: Thursday. with licensed I weekly and by the season Ten high grade furnished cottages! on the
road bed from Jacksonville to finitely less I beach in connection with the hotel. Special attention given to traveling -
A Blauvelt of Oeteen is repairing
K., Miss Legette Hag trom, of Pier
one men's comfort. H. L. KOCHERSPERQER( ,
St. Augustine and it is theCompany's privilege.But
:" The legislative 'investigating son's fairest flowers 'terminated a the deBary-Watson House I No better table in the State for the money. Proprietor.
,
this of
i.:'" ; the life insurancecompanies intention to thus improve lengthy outing at Stetson and DeLand Mr Otto Voss came up from Miami on lull conscience sort to
) the bed of the road clearto Friday afternoon. a visit to hU wife for B week or ten day.,
of New York is nnesrthingrankrottennese to get a revenue, -- --- -- ---- -- -- -- ---
j. 'the Miami. After a month's sojourn at Stetson:: last month. sideration the
in .
Axel Bagstrom, a natural cloan, sober MUi Mabel Thayer is spending this the awful results I ." PoLMA DOT CANS-
conduct of 'nearly. ever one of' Mark Twain declares that the conduct lad of this place, returned home I week with her sister Mrs John Tbnrsby dreadful I
them.aThe.. 'I of has back the THE KlltDoPAINITOBUY'Kl
treaty peace put wednesday at Blue Springs ard himself, the

cause of reform in Russia", twenty Jake Harper went to Baker's mill at Some of the residents here have had sister and daughter
i"" :, ; yellow fever, both at New I years. Mark probably means Seville Tuesday to order lumber to cell their front walks hoed which makes a suffer I have seen ilachImparWlMemonodum.

t;; .. Orleans and Pensacola, is'of avery that; if the war had gone on there some upper story room in his Bishop great improvement.Mr gospel enough to .
f : 'mild type; The percent o f''I would have been fewer Russiansto avenue dwelling Goo Scammell of Orange City was belngposeR ed of a .. .
weep entering "" "
} death is insignificant, owing, nor reform. Capt Peter Pierson one of our best painting for Mrs Thayer, Mrs Sauls and poverty, misery ._,........_....,...'..,._."" ...""..-_.,.t\.C". ._:: ::\_::::,:: ..w."M.., ,I.yal ::
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doubt, to the advanced scientific citizens and largest farmers fruit and Mrs Count last week. floor, no curtains at It"Waw.. -_ .

;t'. treatment, }of.the,cases._ I They are trying hard to keep trntk growers is still making shipments School opened last Monday with Miss stuffed hung with with rags ; \ We etrpngty recommend1 Kinloch Paint The Bute, nw linseed oil it hi ..
the yellow fever in check at of beans and okra. Mary McLeod as teacher with an attendance single' sheet on 'dfd'ei f.ain"",and when you buy Kinloch Palm gnu bur the fmh linseed oil

,> :Within,, thirty ,days ,you' will Pensacola. The place is 400 R H Ashley and son Hiram went to of ten pupilsMr pillows children SI die lime lime right out of she "..rei. Mix together, gallon for gallon-tnd
;( Jacksonville last Friday on matters of Charles Campbell In town mattress, a dying! you tiave thel belt'paint ihai'brunt can make and money can buy. The cost per'
,' see the green; oranges from the miles west from was cradle, in the "Kinloch"
Jacksonville, gallon Ji less than for inferior grades of "Reidy-Mixed" Pain! ilraity
business. On the R H
return stoppedby last Friday on a business trip to Kala- stove, the table
l"of Florida going to the' on to ml*. Come end .._e'U ull M about ''K1NLOCH"ndaaverou
grptyes and really, Pensacola is as far tee you
till Sunday at the old Palatka home.F mazoo, Osteen and Enterprise.Mr an old chair or
irketand';: there is no law, no from conscious in I monty-irt fine co" t.and in the cost per year'"' I'
!
East Florida Columbia.
as I B Carlile and Harry Harper, of the J O Krnlder has been at Coronado '
to preventtthe fromdump'io'g" S. O. Is.When. .conscious in a For Sale
; way shipper ; time tried Mulligan guard hog poling Beach for a month and a half and left that hour by

"' ''upon'. the. market the club of this place went to Lake county the postofflce in care of Miss Sue/Slsler. saloon. | W. M. KOLMON, Orange City, FlaWIULIAIV1
,green'fruit., J I the voters of the countygo last week for another batch of razorbacks Mr R O Bushnell and two children, The above' I Ierd'
.,. to the polls to vote on the home may IN CH pier" ol1PANY
Rossis and Emma, spent the past week but it
-lEach. : before leaving 27th they should first consider An large crowd of I every case,
envoy unusually Mulligan with his brother-in-law Mr John Sauls. !ceptlonal. How !.
I .
Pbrtsmouth, gave to..the Governor 'their duty to their homes, their guards answered roll call and enjoyedthe Mrs A T Bossetter Is visiting her soul a conscience un

i' of New Hampshire' $10,000 ;,families, and thinkfor a moment, string band concert and also Miss brother-in-law Jim Bossetter at Eau at motive the has ensuing a false I

f: for charitable purposes. That of what benefit is a saloon to the Mary Harper's excellent ice cream at Qallle and Mr R spent Sunday with her demoralizing. KOLMON
Harper place Saturday evening last. mast awaken his ,
r: State i paid ,the expenses of the ::'county or to the people. Re- there. cause him to vote
'' Mrs H/ E Smith of this place and her Mr Theo Throop has sent about one DEALER IN
: envoys 'and attaches while at., member how many unhappy to influence others
.
I
daughter Mrs O G Wiggins and three hundred and sixty chickens to I
f"' Portsmouth. homes whiskey has made, how little sons of Fayette county terminateda the cold storage In young DeLand for nextwinter's .i'u, Hardware Furniture Dry Goods Second Hand Goods Etc

I I much poverty it has brought into most pleasant week's sojourn with use.Saturday JUDGE i M I ,
S Vote for home wife this world. relatives .WWMMVJVV H
at Bond's
your your, mill Friday. Miss night Mrs Geo Count, Miss
:::- your eons and daughters on the I Bessie Ashley one of Pierson's pretties! Mary McLeod, Miss Sue Staler and '' I have consolidated my two stores, and now have a larger and bet-
27th vote the saloon I Volnsia county has had an era daughters acted an Ideal handy milkmaid Doing 'Good stock of Furniture Hardware Dry Goods and general household
'against I brother Perry went to Sanford with
t I roods than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right.
..' coming into the county. And of prosperity, her'' people are at the Smith place during MrsSmith's Mr J L Wright in a row.boat. While for the my second hand household department can be found some big bargains -

:. remember the unfortunates who I It I j happy and contented; there was absence. there a heavy rain came up and they In letter to (I buy and sell second hand household (roods, etc.) I promise
Capt S H Bennett a bargains In either department. Prompt attention given all orders
I of DeLand was could not get'"home. They eat all
t call not,resist the temptation to: never, less crime, paupers or here last week accompanied by his night at the union depot and up next Justice of the Peace I quick delivery Don t fall to give me your order

drink and to spend the money I idlers in the county in its history talented wife, who to and the Pierson District
I comes open morning got a launch and came home Enumerator I WM. KOLMON. ORANGE CITY FLORIDA
\ that should go for the comfort oft than is found today. We are teach this term of the McGlon public at five o'clock. Heavy rains have been home under date I .. .. ,
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:i' their families.The getting on remarkably well with- echooL Mre Bennett is one of the I prevailing in this section for the past says: I I

out the ,saloon; we can never get county's competent teachers and we month, and farmers can do nothing.Urang "Dear Judge: I
t people of DeLand should ,can't predict anything but a wave of L that you were up In .: -. .-.......,... ......-. .-.,....-._.,...,.........,...,...,...-............. ..c.J.iC'
along so well with it, and let us success for her school. dry side of the : :::e-: c: =:-e-: : cc: : ......rc.:
never miss an opportunity to ad see that it does not come into e City. the 97th inst. I

t.. vertl the place. .They should the county. The Record has A hunting party, composed of the to have seen you., Never Before n
Powell brothers, Meal L D, and "I signed the
h ,, Joseph Mrs Bnrrell returned home Monday
enclose in letter written to
every always had the supremest confidence W M MoLendon retnrned home election, and !f!
Friday after spending six weeks in St. Au
c parties North, either of a private in the people of Volusiato with two large wild-Cats two foxes anda gustine.Mlsa sidering would vote the wet matter, but Have we carried a more m

:. or, ,business' nature, advertising ward off any evil that may ten foot gator, and Mr Neal Powell Belle Thnrsby came home las was wrong. Complete Stock of mn

'',:r matter, .something: that tells threaten their homes, and these killed a monstrous snake with ,ten Wednesday to spend part of her vacation :"Onr county I is in
J' about the class of people have rattles while he was tracking something prosperous condition n FURNITURE
.
we good people will be found at the with her mother.Mr would be ruinous to 1it
he took
to be a bear by its track sign.
the v attractions of the city, theclimate polls on the 27th registeringtheir Newell was a New Smyrna visitorIn open to saloons. m

,;;;. ,. the reSources, the' desirability 'will against the evils that Fresh paint Ie much in evidence on town this week coming over to attend "'1 believe thre is Everything for your home-the latest in style-the beet 't\
',.' of the place winter the Lutheran parsonage by the way of to some business.Mr of citizens coming that is made. we want to take yon through this depart \
for spring up from the saloons. painting, papering wall and beautifyingthe would come if the !" ment of our Store You will find the (goods you want and .,. .
hon i. The little DeLand book- I interior, etc, and shade and Mr. L T Dade and mother re- comparing DeLand t at prices that m
trimming
let'' .is',,not".yet exhausted, and Since the beginning of the war trees preparatory to be occupied up by the turned weeks' stay home on last the coast week from several readily Palatka see, Sanford that we (1 CAN'T BE DUPLICATED !mOIU..u. 1

: C these. should be used up.; < Japan has increased her debt congregation's pastor, Rev A Stehwall l. Mr and Mrs ChUholm and daughter out the saloons. .........
from about $290,000,000 to'.1081- now residing at Miami H A Hansen 'I have been over "
'.\ 'Keep'ryonr''eye'on' the and Carl Hngitroin the Veda returned last Friday after spending the county and am .
.. greatFlorida' 000,000, but of this amount she are doing work.A several Undertakers and Embalmers m
months on the coast dry and
't State Fair, to be held in has on hand perhaps as much as pitiful sight seen here one day last J. land slide my on

"''r Tampa November,15-80, for it 1175,000,000 unexpended. In week-a party in sour stomach, hammer Sanford Mr Wm Tuesday.Laws made Be drove business over by trip the to ,','Yours'very ; J Full Line of Fine Goods W j
: down '
dress suit !
waltzing around, raving '" it \ '
?t'' 'will be,the greatest ver held' ,in the same time Russia's debt has and pleading for,county.licensed,bar. way of Enterprise and got.on the boat T i ; :),,1 : ,, Always hand. !qln .
\\t, tWjSo: I JjhvTheipionter(: ;,; main increased The railroad Is having Dew i ir. .
; rom'$3,282,000,000to rooms. His .haggard face, trembling company a X; WO. E : : ,
_
r).: exposition building is now nearing about 93,700,000,000.: ,Japan will form and twitching innssles showed Irame built for the watering, teak and : !n f J. F: .ALLEN & 'CO. ""n t j

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other,t buildings> is ,being. pushed 000 from Russia ;)payment' for strong alcoholic bedfellow, and his only paired.Mr : Sir: Here' a .... :,......,.........,...........................,.. ,.............................................--.._........... ,
sold to be rgs- ._... : : :: : : .
: pitiful fault finding excuse with the dry Arthur Sanders, who has bean rrrrscrrrrrrrr: : : :C'c: rrc:
with equal rapidity Premium the maintenance oi prisoners of sibt nlO: cent
pet :
county was the old wornout blind tiger working for the East Coast Lumber and I, ell' "r 1eeiiieeaiteifnilteeeiiteesieifneiehiiiisiiieiidH
: <
lists containing dt.
than
re: 1,000 war,' and Russia must also borrow ghost horaswaggle story, and by his Supply Company, returned to his.home '90 ", j"' feI
of 1 the largest, premiums: ever : needsat I
money for her $immediate inlphurous tongue-tied language, plunging this week.: 20-- I '

offered. at a Southern State Fair, home.;Japan, therefore, seems and screaming he must be In ooparnership Mr Wm Kolman has rented ths vacant Barytea 'and ; I TAB'E. W. BOND 'CO l i

; are how being distributed., Those to come out of the war in'better with satan. His loose unsteady store of Mr Law., between Graham and whitewash, not ; !

t .desiring liats ,:should ..write at financial condition ''than Russia ranting and squirming were Garden grocery stores, where he will The Borne people) of' that i J i .
'oft ell to Thos.'JVL::Brown i- much like a foolish cobbler that hung run' his furniture business, using! the lead-and-iino.name ",' The : Manufacturers of '= 'fT
pre in :spite of the latter country's '
out his
sigh and then wondered what .
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i' old store for his hardware business. says it's: aa goad as ;
; wden! ernF r;| Hnfi'akereeare. vastly greater resources: amused the people so ,much when his .,.....- .. Yom I T Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates, Peach t
""' ,..1i( DpI' :''\$4' sign read a* follows: Don't go elsewhereto : F
What Are the Facts?.
,' Crates Orange and Peach Baskets Strawberry |,
Witte -
''\ M. 'the'Russian, peace be cheated, bamboo led, mobbed and 0. W. Fisher sell i ,. ,
.,-TW. masses"!in''Japan .do"'not envoyoccupfedtheroyal{ suite skinned alive;:just walk right in here. Editor Volnsia County Record: =5: Baskets .etc. .. 1
liWJMwttorm their Now; Mr Liquor Monger, please excuse It la within the of ,
'1of, peace at the.,. ..Hotel St. Regis, New experience every ********* f -% .
-eoBaior. has made ,Bnaeia.anff us; we have been living in a dry county ntelllgent person who has had the S Filled "
;; .with York, the other night.; The so long till we have got need to the opportunity to observe, that one licensed JOHN. B.. Orders Promptly' and shfpped"Anywhere. \:

.'indignatioik; ,'meeting, ''arehalt Furniture"of, the.'royal suite at habit But now, good people) always saloon can do more:mischief than a ,1 .', :!
t and mob at Tokio burned the,, St.. Regis is'alleged to have bata off ,to that thorough-going, large score of blind tigers, so 'called The ORANQB :

r number: :of.Ohristiao':churches cost as much as 9100,000 and the hearted gentleman Capt D V Morrison, higher the license the
;:.edmi. r"*:mobbing:''-"an bedstead! ,.cost' something like who win give you a sound talk for the ; for the saloon keeper must be Fancy and Staple 5 THE E. W. BOND CO., I Iak
: dry county four-horse team band wagon bacco, =
more the,outlook
enterprising to
"p.ty {touring that J
$J40.000.' But the next morning any old time
sell to the Helen. Fla.
so license
as pay and.make
'w ''eo jII- ;',! Uy;think' that; thiscouir VL, ;Witte complained at the 'ofUcebhatjha A popular young couple ''happily money.' For 'this reason he holds out Dry Goods, Shoes, +, :

) iMrifited, .,in bringing; ';,had not got 'enough for wedded at Volnsla landing on' the 81. every' possible inducement to secure ............................................................. .... fR!.D31le". >> ,
''' ..b.:.b.. E.>t I..{ H ac agreed ii. money,that is, not enough Johns River as, reported to your :oorrepondent. patrons.. He geU' bold of a bright Best and Freshest

'-i. NMI;,' 'J, a,;;really,';-got.;more bedstead.. ',He found the bed too ,It was a very pretty occasionon smart young man and use him as an constantly on

?a .*:' iolwai; .for+ ,and; short for'Mn' ;', %.,_ :Be could, not,. the which pleasant two home tools of Mr were and,made Mrs Barney:one at den.agent Saloon to play keeper otae young frequently men into feed his a class Groceries for BONO LUMBER' COMPANY. t

lt bitt/ >.''athyln: ,stretch out full length, no' had to Dlllard l on .Monday, Sept 4tb, when crowd with the, expectation of ,their Country
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k' ,. slake oat I IOwiDg'.tcabtfacCi their most'' ; prices and supply from their yards'' near'the depot at beL.- d
---r.. leep cit'i'orimped'' position i beautiful daughter, Miss buying; freely of. drinks, ...ve'.w.y'' : 'quote yon yon '
.. ... ... a-..*'itwfcrfor : : | his re.t.wa.mperfact'and' ; .1 Ollto 'A?Ditlard.' Was 'made the happy' cheap cigars' They make a floe, showy Ordersrreceive / with the best cypress and yellow pine r

"'f 1 -. ,f ."''allied '' heerose'sore'and I wife. of I Mr Eugene W Perrin, formerlyof Usplay. No means known to the saloon and delivery Flooring. .Ceiling Mouldings. Turnings h if'
Louisiana but now bf Lake county, I keeper is left undone to secure patrons) And my prices as '

'<" ,:!" ;, .....J .,;$... 1" ,', i .a;;longer Ruis1sn bed"was::;;""pro'Ided- : i iI the ceremony"being performed'by" and.: as" I. bar said, :the :hlghtr I theloenae Give me a call.< SHINGLES, ;LATH,: ETC. :
I" .I..r:!f' tJ'" : ..t I a-nt '1,Jostle of the Peace Jams ]B Gds of the, greater.the atfor must. be ,Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered _anywhere- the oil
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+9 LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Fresh onion seed. tor fall planting at, If you wlsS to learn,. go to Beelar'

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Fishers. School. ,
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I Fresh Fish at Marsh Bra's./ market Fisher has a fresh supply of garden : "

I I niB IMPORTANT NEWS ITKM8 01' every Friday seed for fall planting. Style I and QualityWhen' ,

TUB PANT WEEK Mrs. J. W. Smock has been spendingthe I Read Vio Fountain' new ad.

week In Jacksonville. Next week Wade. the tuner, will you buy clothes her, ;

G. A. Dreka &: CO'S '...>.MI, unrt Mool.ty: Itomi for tb. Poopl. Old school books exchanged for new make a visit to DeLand Read his ad. you may be sure of getting

Pft|>......Brlaf Mention of .....,. .a ones at Fisher's drag store. Order. left at Mrs Swift's. will be

School books bought, sold and exchanged attenoed to. what you want.
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Seen by oar port.
at Fisher's Drug store For Rent-Eight room furnished
m StorePhone house new, electric lights, all conveniences. Hart S c h a ff n e r & Mar x r II
Department W. B. Taylor, Dentist. Mr. and Mr W. J. Martin were
Will rent for the Pleas
season.
Fresh garden seed at Fisher's. day.Orange City visitors to DeLand Satnr antly located on New York Ave. Address I clothes are noted. for style and r "' .,

Dr Mellette'a Remedies at Allen's. C. l '
Record office, DeLand.
77 Hntchle Pooser, clerk at Fountaln'lstore. quality-all wool; no 'mercer-; y
Some very fine Japan persimmons are leaves this wee for a vacation Mayor Egford Bly returned Wednesday '

'e'. e for Bale in market. North. from Daytona Last [Saturday ized" nor any other cotton. R' yWe've

Mr. Edward( Gates is spending the County Commissioner Brooke was at night, upon invitation, he delivered a

'Y Men's Straw Hats at week in St. Angnstlno. the county seat from the south end the telling lecture against the saloon before I priced them right; the

Mr. Ellis G. Blake wan here from first the week. a large crowd at the Baptist church at I
label is in them small
a Large Reduction. Lake Helen Wednesday The family of Mr. W. C. Watts will that place. The Mayor of DeLand has thing to ,

School books and school supplies at arrive home .Monday from a summer' been putting in some good work for the look for a big thing to find.
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the Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy stay in Kentucky. dry side In the coming election.

Men's Summer Suits Mrs. O. B. Rosa entertained a number Jeweler Heard has sufficiently recovered Mr. J. Hall Brnmaey and Miss Nor .................,..".,.' ze I

of friends at cards Thursday afternoon. to again be at his desk at the Davis were married at the Tennessee

Allen jewelry establishment. home of the bride V. M. FOUNTAIN
on Tuesday, September
20 per cent off Get garden seed that will germinate

and come true. Fisher has them, jnst in Miss Mattle Bishop returned the first 6th, Rev Dwight Cameron perform. deaier in 11
of the week from a very pleasant week lag the ceremony. Mr. Brumsey\ an ,//
Hon. A. T. Pattillo came over Tuesday
Large Remnant Saleon from Port Orange where he has a spent with her sister at Pierson. attorney of this place, and the bride's All kinds of Furnishings for j
mother has a winter home here, the
store. Tutoring .and private! teaching in the
Lawns. and intermediate young lady having/ spent a number of Men and Boys.
Mr. W. C. Jackson was here from primary grades. Highest / seasons at DeLand. Copyright ,190 5'' by
references. Mrs. R. M. Peek, Shi-
Green Cove Springs; the first of the mer house. The University buildings present a Hare Silmfl'ner Cv' Mir

Don't to ask week. Mr. Chas. A. Reeve returned the very attractive appearance in their now
forget Mr. M G. Rowe is still busy takingthe dresses of paint looking as bright as a
latter part of the week from a sum mer
State census for this portion of the silver dollar. It took
new
a great
for a Fashion Sheet. vacation spent In New York State and TWUA.ALLENCO.Druggists
county.Mr. in Canada. quantity paint to do tkls work, and .

and Mrs. John B. Odum were the best to be had t, and it was all IUPplied -
Messrs. J. W. Clark, William Kolmon
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Spring Garden visitors to DeLand by the Fisher Drug Store which
Special attention given and John B. Welch, merchants of and Jewelers.'r
.. Wednesday.Mrs. has sold many tons ,of standard paintsto
Orange City, were visitors to DeLand
to Mail Orders.G. J. F. Allen Mr. Gns Allen and the first of the week. DeLand people, and also to many liv- -
Ing at the surrounding towns. Drugs, ,
Master Joe Allen returned from Coronado Mr. and Mrs. Maynard M. Bond and

this week. children are back at Lake Helen from a Several years ago Mrs. Akin, widow, Stationery, .00\\

a Mr. Dreka left the first of living in the Oek Hill section, gave her Huyler's Candies
Godfrey pleasant! summer vacation spent at the ,
A. Dreka & Co's the week to attend Manhattan College, old home at Willonghby, Ohio. two; children, boy and girl, to Ed Clinton Kodak Supplies,
; of that place to rear. Now she wants
New York City. Mra S. A. Wood and Mrs. R. C. Florida Souvenirs,
them; returned to her, and last Saturday
Miss Emma Erlokson returned the Bnshnell returned from Hot '
Department Store. Springs had Clinton and the children before Co Toilet Requisites, ,
first of the week from a visit on the the first of the week. Mrs. Manson will Watches Mellette's RemediesClocks
Judge McCrory upon habeas corpus pro. Dr. .
beach at Goodall. not return home yet for several weeks.
ceedings. Attorney Landis & Fish rep- "
Phone 77 Mrs. W. A. Allen entertained a number Governor Broward offers a reward of resenting her. The Court consideredthe I ;,

of friends last Saturday evening at (200( for the arrest and conviction of the facts in the case and placed the Jewelry. .. ,;,, ,'
Silverware ..
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progressive euchre. party or parties who burned the Gus children( in the custody of Messrs. J. P. .i I

Mr. Mat Zelgler, the trucker, is puttlnre Goodrich home at Oak Hill on August 5itson, Jr., and Tanner of Sew Cut Glass ...,_ l.1:...

; in the fall crops! for winter vegetables 14th.The Smjrna.Mr Optical Goods,

to beat the band. County Commissioners will be in Frank E. Bond came near meet- Fountain ,Pens, EtcjSf f

School books, school writing material, session today, the 16th, for the purpose ing with a frightful accident last Mon- l

tablets, etc., for your children at the of restoring any names to registration day. While driving his spun of horses NEXT TO POST OFFICE

___ .___ _____ n._____ Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy.Mr. books that might Lave been erroneously across some lumber- scattered on the '... .
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.... and Mrs. E. H. Hayward returned tricken. ground at Lake Helen, a piece of scant- -

this week from a vacation spent at Dr. Odum Fanning leaves next weekto ling was caught in one of the wheels. .

'f visit the old home in South Carolina. The other end flew violently and
the old Massachusetts home. up
& Osteen October first be goes to Atlanta to begin over the baggy lust missing his head
Lumley Pharmacy ;
Mr Lee their Osteen new and home family, the are Waters occupying that a place.course in the medical callege at In the mix np of the lumber and buggy/ Orange City Wagon and BlacksmpSlops\ i(5

Mr. Bond was thrown ten feet distance,
residence, recently purchased. .
DEALERS IN The Woodmen of the World will holdan but In falling escaped serious injury. ----- -- "1' rfcr III JoI

]Alias Lillian Page returned home to. social meeting at their lodge The horses by this time were shaking 1
open Branch at Lake Helen and I
lay from Alabama where she has been am 'l There''Every1r
Choice Fresh Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Ar- rooms next Monday evening at 7 80. like a leaf but made no break to getaway ; ,. it J' ,
visiting relatives during the summer. All members and their vi ives are cordI- before assistance was at hand.
ticles Lowney's Candies Cigars and Tobacco 01 anti j
Mr. Oscar Davis has terminated his ally invited.As Wednesday and Saturday.
Rev. B. B. Knapp the new pastor of ,
Fresh Garden Seed. Agents School Books vacation on the beach, and is back to the -:. aic au
seen from proceedings ot the city Presbyterian church, while in Porto
his duties with the Lake Helen
and Supplies. Supply council, published elsewhere, that the Rico the past! six months, met and became
School Wagons and Buggies Made or Repaired.--, Jlorse Shoeing a;
Co.Mr. contract has been let to Mr. Con O'Neil well acquainted with William
S. W, Johnston, manager of the Allen Specialty. Carriage; buggy; and wagon painting done in the
for digging and curbing with brick the who formerly owned a fine
Painter Printing Co. is off at St. best manner finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing
Angus -
We keep all colors of the celebrated Sher- large pit for the new artesian well. The property> at Port Orange, now ownedby :
tine, Jacksonville and Tallahassee on price is $800.( Mrs. Cornelius Chrlstiaucy. It will Done and all Work Guaranteed to be Firstclass.'Give1. -
man-Williams Paint; also beautiful line Wall business. be me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to. ')
Mrs. Welbonrne, the accomplished also remembered by our older settlers

Paper, latest paterns. Give us a trial order. Prof. Frost of Stetson University returned wife of Judge J. F, Welbonrne, Solid- that Mr. Allen naa once a candidate ,j
the first of the week from Brooklyn
tor of the Criminal Court of Record of for the legislature from this county, '
N. Y., where he passed July and THEO DEMRO Orange City Florida
Orange county, has been spending the back in the 80's. He now has 48,000 *
LUMLEY & OSTEEN PHARMACY August.All .
week at DeLand, visiting her parents, orange trees in grove in Porto Rico, II.
school books used as text booksin Japt.. and Mrs. D. N. Pnrdon.
starting in there after the 1895 freeze. _.
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the schools of the and
r DeLand Florida public county Mr. and Mrs. G. A Dreka returned He shipped his first crop to market last .
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school stationery can be had IAt Fisher's '
the first of the week from Washingtonand
drug store. year.Mr.
New York. While in New York W. B. Fndger has closed the KLICKER BROS
Mrs Sewell P. Hays will entertain ,
Mr. Dreka bought an immense stock of popular St Elmo until repairs to the
.. afternoon in honor of
next
Tuesday goods for his store, the largest he has building can be made. The entire !floor
Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. C's intimate friends before carried.Mr. Merchant Tailors
being Invited. ever has been taken up, and about 250 cubit

Ralf Willlaon arrived from Portland yards' of dirt hauled to fill up the hole

A. H. WOODALL Phone 79 Mr. Joseph! Hires and his mother, of Oregon, the first of the week to at- underneath. On top of this cement

the Barberville section, residing at Day- tend the funeral of his mother. His will be put down, and in the cement a Three Doors South from Fisher's Corqer'
for at the
tona the present, were county
.Fine Groceries telegram requesting to postpone the beautiful tile floor will be laid in small
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seat Wednesday.Dr. funeral until he reached here, came too blocks. The tile Is being put down at a

G W. Fisher returned Sunday late, the fnneral being over. cost of 1,000 by a Jacksonville house We are now located on South Boulevard three doors from 'Fisher's I

from Louisville, Ky., making a stop at Rev. W. E. Dean, wife and four It will present a very pretty appearance corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call
OUR STORE Atlanta, where Mrs Fisher remains fora when finished. It is the first time Mr. and Inspect our New Line of Samples, for both: Ladles and Gentlemen,
children, two sons and two daughters, Tndger has spspended business since he just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always
We started out to make our Store a public necessity, and few weeks longer. arrived from Iowa the latter part of the began fifteen years ago and he is like a guaranteed you by us. The bent material on the market for the mon,

our whole endeavor shall be given to thia end. Mrs. C. B. Kendall, wife of Editor week. Mr. Dean is the new pastor at fish out of water. Beautiful new marble ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that give
table,. cabinets, counters and soda satisfaction. We are prepared to turn out more and better work
Kendall of the West Palm Beach Sun, the First Methodist church and will
OUR POLICY fount will be put In He hopes to than heretofore Remember the place and give us your ordersQt'Suits
for the first time next open
Sunday.
was here the first of the week, the guest preach
business again the first of October sometime repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
We decided when we started In the to build up a of Mrs. Judge McCrory.Mr Hon. R. Lee Waif, one of Suwannee
reputation for honesty and dealing with oar customers, '- ''
square
and shall always stick to thin, because we believe it pay in and Mrs. A. J. Cleghorn arrived county's prominent citizen, has been A Silver Medal Content will be heldat KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda

the end.OUR. from Baltimore the first of the week, pending the week at DeLand with his the Public School Auditorium Friday<

and are the guests of Mr. Cleghorn's friend Capt S. V. Hough. They wentto evening, Sept 15th, at 8 p. m The I

STOCK sister Mrs. Judge McCrory. New Smyrna Tuesday for a few days' speakers are Misans Moffatt, Ryland,

It. We carry a stock unequaled in quality and price; we carry Mr. E. O. Painter was here from stay at Capt Sams, putting in the time borough Myers, Hutchinson, Stevens, and, and Fanning.Messrs. Some Rose- r
everything the trade calls for, bnt if there is anything In our fishing.
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Jacksonville last attending fine music numbers will be given by
Saturday a !
line yon want, which we haven't, kindly tell ns and it won t Rev. Dwight F. Cameron and bride Misses Baker Chaffer Mofltatt, and
of the Administration Committee
meeting Some Pleasant DeLand
Homes.Parties
take ns long to get it.
of arrived the latter part of the week from lessrs.. Ziegler Parker and Hose- j

OUR HOPESWe Stetson University. Tennessee, where they }have been on borough. Everybody is most cordially
Connty Judge McCrory has been an invited, and it is hoped a crowded house ,
hope to give efficient service to our patrons during the untiring worker and a prominent factor their wedding trip. They are visiting will appreciate the efforts of these young I
coming season, and ask for your patronage. Irs. Cameron's mother. :Mrs. Bielby, people.
for the successful campaign for the dry'sIn before proceeding to West Palm Beach, in the North !'who wish a winter or'a :

PHONE A. H. WOODALL the approaching election. where Mr. Cameron has been assignedas It was a delightful company that -
79 home in the Athens of Florida
assembled at the Patton last permanent ,
cottage ,
The rainy spell! is about broken, and Rector of the Episcopal church there. .'
Thursday evening in response to the should write THE RECORD for A ;
) we have had a pretty talr week. MaJ. G. P. Healy was at DeLand the Invitation of Mrs. A. 0. Niver and Miss particulars.

Several days we bad a touch of fall first of the week in the interest of the Neal to "a. social evening". After few nice homes,'with 'all conveniences, centrally ] .. .

weather and Indian summer. Bell Telephone Co. He says that the games, music-, and refreshments, it was and pleasantly located /1ab 'be'sectir""ed.taA'' ( ':
About Piano Tuning. Miss Edna Bennett, granddaughterof Mr and Mr. Claude S. Gallbreath decided to organize a "Y",-thirty five
! company 1 is putting in a long distance giving their names for that purpose.! private sale, ranging in prices fro'rn: $i5ovO' t6V: .

"The regular rate for tuning is five Attorney and Mrl:G. M. Bennett, have returned from a vacation spent at phone service between Jacksonville and A mooting was called for Friday, Sept. 6000. Just write what you 'want.! A 'few* .. '-.;.
was married Friday afternoon last to the former home in Kentucky, and are 8, when the foil wing officers were "
. dollars, which la entirely reasonable for Tampa. The line Is already in operation be had ".DeLand! Is \o&m"UJt .t >
,. thorough work. I cannot take any more Mr. H. J. Qasqae, one of the lineotype back at their home at Beresford. to Palatka and will, it is said, booing elected>-'Miss Annie Merrlman, Free.) can at a bargairf.
at the E. O. Painter Printing Miss Frances Bouchelle, Vice-Pres.) ing, and the prettiest place: Jlorida. ;Ask for 4
( pianos "by the year. It does not pay. operators A delegation of 40 from the Baptist business at DeLand by January Miss Jessie Baker, Cor. Sec.) Miss a.

Pianos are getting too numerous for one establishment. There were objections! church stormed the Allen home, north 'St., Eleanor Bly, Reo. Sec.; Miss Carrie the booklet. ."DeLand, the 9Athensof': Frorida."**. '!; i.(

\ to be tied to a certain number of them.I to the marriage on the part! of the Boulevtrd, Thursday night, -giving the Mrs. W. M. Powell, the lady who Chaffer, Treasurer. a '

And that piano owners over the grand-parenta, the grand-child being too Doctor and hi. !good wife a genuine sur rented from the elders of the Presby- -...- ., I" .. .s.;';.;";;'

; State''' prefer my work to all other, young, but the couple found a way to prl e. terlan church the Lawrence house on Services at the first M. E. Chnrch. :
"f the objection driving to
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whatever the price. There are plenty over Orange oome City where they were made Mr. T. J. Arnold returned last week Michigan Ave., the property! of the There will be preaching at tho FirstM. -.:.
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who will pay! for the best and not gram man and wife. They came back home from Kentucky, bringing with him church, arrived front North Carolina E. church on Sunday morning by '\11. '" ) )

ble. Be. thou one of them and prepare and a reconciliation had, and the groom some Kentucky horses and mules, last Friday. She has four children to the cordially new Pastor invited, Rev.to W.attend.E. Dean. All ri', 1 '.i'
V. are +
thy. I and bride are stopping at the Bather- among the lot a fine male for Judge attend our schools MI"!'. Powell has an --- The -.,". 'r. N "
C. E. WADS. land.
Stewart option! for the purchase of the property! Methodist Episcopal Church South. :

..... \ Mr. Godbald and family are new after. December, as it will then be put Regular services every Mat>b..th at 11a in ull riastico I
m and 7 80 n m; Sunday school at 10a .
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,,1tFFFFFFFFFFIfiFF FFF4FFFFFF.FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF 511 settlers at DeLand-- moving from Day upon the market.. She came with the m; Junior Epworib League U pmSenior ; L .

tona. They are 'occupying the second intention of" educating< ber children at Epworth League B 80 p m: mid-week StarWlnd MllIs r ,

story of the Kllcker building Mrs. G. tetson. prayermeetlng Wednesday, 7 80 p ui. A Next time TOO oom.to town, drop A Uf t NI.roaad z
THE ST. ELMO. Is a dress-maker,. Mr. Joseph Ziegler, who left DeLand cordial invitation is extended to all io cue glass. s Btu Combines OlwnllrIM
these services. wisd Inn V NtMas .
i tti several month on presumably a
Mr LeSenr Gaalden, graduate from ago wan, It'. w best m ts. and Dunb81
-- = vacation, returned home the latter par :- w a4 muss e tw..t, An tonesan hula Ifi'wi.d
at Stetson last.
the College Department mui tw d .
.i of the week with a bride. He and Miss Mass-Meeting, world. Oom. + w: 0 OM W11 fob K dl yle M yr.'
spring, has been spending the'week at will be held at the Wswo.ee'us'i'
A mass-meeting awes
l Visit our popular Ice Cream i DeLand. H. Is to enter Yalo this fall Annie Sing were married on August99th Presbyterian church next Sunday evening e' Pl+stfoole"dace, .la
c at the home of the bride at Bardln o ,
ill" Parlors, try our delicious fur a four yean' course. at 7.80: o'clock. The Sunday schoolchildren s and paroaa wal! ..' I 'r
Sherbet cold Ind.. and left for the South reaching of the city will occupy part doe not iagnire ... ;'+,
: Cream and Parties visiting In--DeLand. may lend lome" as above stated. The bride and of the program! and- Mr. Leo Painter, O/a1 k reaewa.t .

., ; drinks, etc. Comfortable = their, children to Beelar' School and her mother spent last winter out at the of Jacksonville will speak" on "Con- L M. t, ,ad powder, ... }'1
ditions Fast and Pr eent. Come alL
'. : chairs, and best service,, and ; have them continued In"their'courses) commodious)Zeigler home, during which

oj' fine ''.'iI'' without change of books Individual time a friendship ripenedh to a love
"1T"he St. El. don't forget to try' our ,. Marsh' Meat Market.'
Instructions. Correct method! affair' the'oun. :
bet weeD couple! and
The bent Western and' Florida
\Jtmo' very
Pies candies. before you go. *
.'.-'.. ..,.. bread cakes, All the elementary and high'" school the 'August, wedding was the result! meata can always be.had as the Marsh
i I Joe is Market The choicest' Boats,' Steaks
-- Zeigler )a promising young man ,
business branch. including
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all the
branches. ] ; r l
4.1J.. raaccaroon s, Chops, Beef, Mutton and Pork, Sausage, '
of! this place and The Record oongratn- Pump, Wind Mllland'
in
00111'18I' shorthand ; ,
special .
The
!, ldy fingers, eta standard packed meats on
:. always!fresh. W. B. FUDGER ProLI typewriting, and book-keeping! are law him, upon his good fOI"une.1n hand..' Try Marsh's Market. and get the. WELL.:,WORK: ,1'c rK
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< I ,. School '* capturing one of the fair young ladles best for your home.' vMAasa ,
:.; I. : J. taught at'Beelar's by an. experienced ; vii. 1 +
of Indiana. The best wishes of many I Executed.F'a' ', 1
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teacher. friends are extended them both. | BROTBXBS ,Promptly; :
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THE VOJLUSIA COUNTY 'JBKOOKJJ.

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,. -. ..-..... Tha, Day; You Begin Taking Dromulsion You Begin Taking the Shortest Road to Heal Notice of Final Discharge LINE

; generally do their work ATLANTIC COAST
arthflllalt : Notice la tbat the uodeJlosigned
hereby given
with great rapidity, but there are, exception )I Go to Your Druggist Get a Bottle-Begin 'Today. \ Administratrix of the estate of Cyrus .

*. While Caracas and Lisbon Waters, deceased, will, on the 10th day
la a'few minutes. the ot February. A D 1006. present her final act '
wore destroyed
ealabrian earthquakes beginning In count orable, County as such Judge Administratrix of Volusla, to tbe(County Hon. The Great t Through Car ,Line From Florida

U88 lasted tour : enrs. EnrthquukestMrel Florida, at his office at DeLand, Florida.
across the earth at '\" IocIteeVa47kg and ask for a final discharge.This ,

between auroral hundred and August 8th, 1005 LOUISE WATERS. CONNECTIONS: : "

) [(.VMN thoownnd feet a second. the Administratrix. To Charleston R
via
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE .
i, 'greater tba Intensity; of the chock: the the East } mond and Washington. .

gaisater being the flI\octt\ ) The senwaves Notice of Final Discharge. I _. .s

mat frequently; accompnuy; THE Notloe Is hereby given that the undersigned To The Louisville & Nashville via'Montgomery.The .
.artbxpmkes also travel at tremendous administrator with the will' annexedof West t
speeds. A irabmnrtne earthquake near WIDE REMEDY the estate of Lewis! A. Austin, deceased, The } Mobile & Ohio R. R. via Montgomery.
will on the first day of February, A D 1006. I
die coast of Jnpnn In IBM gave rtsp to effective In Good Results for, file bis final account together with hIs 'and Ocean Company for New
see'waei wblcb traversed the whole vouchers with the Hon. J. Lee Mo''rnry, Via Savannah Steamship .
? bruadth of the Pacific at the rate of rANEMIAis County fudge of Volusla County, ; East t York Philadelphia and Boston.
: Th. atblsofilcein DeLand,. Florida. and rR'1l The 'F Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash Baltimore.
hour. At Slmodn .
870 miles an Jap.iu.the
that the same be oil"wed and approved and Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Tr..nbllOrtattunVia
i waves from this earthquake were that Unexcelled Cod that ho be discharged as such administrator I Via Steamship. '. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. 11.

,. thirty; foot high. At Eton Diego .Cul.. Preparation Unlver- Liver \ with the will annexed.t. .
they wore only Hlz tncbe high.A W. L. OSBORNK To KEY WEST j
; ; sally Known as OUFootTEmulsion Administrator with tbe will annexed of and t VU PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL

_ __ the estate. of Lewis A. Austin deceased. I i STEAMSHIP CO.
P....l..i"Ilia ... 5'1..... This July 2Slb, 1005 HAVANA.Interchangeable.
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: nwMwuixw! of Wlllwrforoe In the __ Doctors (Yet- r: "Par-Ex mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of the principal railway.

Rrltlnh; house. of commons for the abol. where and cellence." Notice of Final Discharge. I I of the Southern States are on Bale by the principal agents .
iHhluR of too nrltlxli slave trade bad a use Tns additional] Notice Is hereby given thi.t on 1\Iooday.; I "Thro ugh Pullman Bli'ui.er, Fort nmnn lo New! York via Atlantic East Coast Line
,c bard atruffttle before they Dually pre- '4 prescribe It for I IAnemia. October 30. 1UOS. the undersigned, ncmlnlstratrlx I. For complete Information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent! or address
15 Wllberforce : life-giving de bonls non oum testamcnto I FRANK C. BOYLSroN DI.t FOBS. Agent, W. I.). ttl'\llK, Traveling Pass, Afren-
vallad. On Fob. 1800.
Ca.teLrrh.
clcmsnts of annexe of the estate ot Martha. D. White'' 139 Wast Day Street Astor BuildIng( ; Jaokaoiivllio, Florida.,
moved, Jwllbout entering Into any. argument Dronchltis. Coughs,.. { which aMGuaUcol L deceased will present her final ncooun H. M. EMERSON Tr..illo. Manager, W.J. CRAIG General Pnssenget .gent,
: for a bill to abolish the slave with said estate and the vouchers Iberefc. Wilmington! North Carolina.
tradf after a limited time and for a C 0 1 d s. Pneumonia : to Hon. J. L. MeCrorr, County Jiuluo of

committee to consider Its propriety.; 1 Consumption and all Glycerine, Volusla County. Florida, at his office In --
andths I
DeLnnd In said county, and ask tbut salt
lie had boon Introducing such a bill affections of Throat and Hypop1o.phitcs. .- account lie allowed and tbat she b<> discharged
almoHt every year for fifteen years al from further administration OJ'
though bis twelve reRolutlous against of Flesh said estate.. Florida East Coast
ELLA K. WIIITH
_the traffic were carried In 1780 without _ AdminisiratrixDeLand Railway.Local .

a division.. But year after year the bill Writ for a Fla.. April 29.1001S.

came to wreck. either In the house of 3:83: BOTTLE ; Time Card No. 62. In Effect 17 $05.1

lords or the commons, suffering defeat ______________ Notice to Non-Residents April ,
In 1706 because several of Its snpport-

I era bad gone to see a new comic opera. 5.OZOItJLdIO,M>W CO VwK.EDITOR'S ..CC. nnStrMI IN CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH JUDI I SOUTH-amjND-REAO DOWM. NORTH-MOBB-HUia DP.Jacksonville .
: It was doomed to disaster again InI CIA1 CIRCUIT OK FLORIDA IN
I UIO but finally triumphed In 1807. AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY. IN I.. I' N.. IS .TATIONS N..71, is. IS.ll. .
CHANCERY. .. ,. Dsliy.. Daily. Ds. .0

Th. JII.....an ....Id..._... Joseph ;-;;; :-;::; Lv ,.,.,. ,... .... SOS Sis.S .
The bridegroom/ In Mexico finds marriage I v. M 7 p : : ::_..__So JaoluonTUla.;:::= t..: S 51 5 45 5S
lap 10 85. __Bl. AuguBCln __. I 50 5 ee(
a very costly bu Jne .. lIe Is expected Pennie e sap 11 U. ........___llaetlo......_ .. a as S iS
to buy the trousseau, and be la To Pennle Williams 10 P 1111II.a __._.Kae'l'al..I1...__ .. C 54 5 I
You hereby required to appear to the
fortunate It be can satisfy the extravagance are Complaint filed herein against" you Sc p 12 IS P &r ....._..._..1'.1...._. ...___ L. 410 5051S
sanctioned by custom and p"1h above: entitled I cause on or before the __ 45-P 11-2J a L._...._.___-rala._.. __.__._ &r I-ec C-Uia

I r prompted by ardent passion. Young 4th day September, A D 1UOD. 25 P 200 P Ar ...._.......1Ian 11I..._....__.. L. 2 ii ....
men from too country are said to be NOTE.-With a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulslon, we- unhesitatingly The Volusla County Record Is horcti "<
fj often ween lu the City of Mexico pur- recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET WRITE TODAY deal nated as the newspaper In which week this for C -,-sop lnaap Ly ...__.._......!leoca....._..._ L. I 5 1505OIpllElp
SJ chasing all sorts of finery' for the InBdles and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties together with an order shall be published once a .. :: ._.__Bunnells......__ 4 uSlOplIaSp '.
four consecutive weeks. ... ...'... ... ..DuponL..,... t 519
of<< their choice, and the spectacle Artistic little book entitled "BABYVILLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors, together with a Witness my hand and seal of office thl : 41 p 1 IS p :: _ Ormas4 ._ : a so a asas -I

y they present as they consult the mensH TRIAL, BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you at once absolutely free by mail. 22nd day of July: A.D 1005.BAM'L. JORDAN ..06p p IIOp 151p .". .____Fort,D.yt.ea Orancw ....__ 'S.. S S S 6 S 4I 4! .l
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P for urementa all sorts, which of they garments.carry; with Is them very Address your letter or postal card to Ozomulsioa Co., 98 Pine Street, New York. Perkins & Lamlls' Clerk 21 p I IS p Ar _It. Bmyrni.__." I 50 4

: tiolloltors:! tor(.,Complainant 0.1. S 45 p u ..__.IAIM a.i. __.._ Lv 12 4 5 S q

EL' amusing. -- C::: : : & :: =.Orange___ ..ra.'lU; Oily Janct2o: :=: :: : :: S I 54 I

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flf a Cow gave l1ua"onl1-l.ot dtrenuo... Ir .bow.. All persons Executrix. having claims Notice.agnlnst the estate DeLand Saw and Planing Mills Novelty: WorksJ. ri 0!. !:.!:A! ;; ::==_Oak Hill.T11UTU1V.::=:=:.. :: .11S ;j 1 1o

mo see long bOil of John M White deceased are hereby 00 r ......... It..sanfnr&.a...,..._.Li I I I it
it boon since Undo John was beret notified to present die same duly au Lv .......eanford.._._...._. Li ...- 9III j
Wlrt'-Ob It must bo thenticated to tbe undersigned Executrix, T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager,
i r Butter several 3ears. op SSSPLV..Tttus'lll...,.............. Lv II
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within twelve months I rom this date or ..
: Ho wall here the week after I Rot my 1 Isp 40 p ...- ...o.cos_... I U I at
lost new bonnet. Detroit same will be forever burred. 'DRESSE 1 12 p 4 Up ..__. ltocJUsdg __ 2 to ait*
Tribune. ELLA K. WJU'fE.Exeoutrlx, LUMBER U alp 44> p4Mp ... ....__zauoslu._ 144* t
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t' nanklnd would have to Notice of Final Discharge. Orange Cltv. Fla. April 4. 19011Notice AND ROUGH 11 *1 a 8Tp R.Da.tla* 1 04 *
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I 55 6 25 p 'I _ 5 Lncls., ..,._..... V las**
.t nvent_milk. Milk)Is ,Nature's Notice Is hereby given that six months Siding Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window an!. I 04 4> P :: .. .e PIorus___ _..._ 1. SO II Mpuiap
after date, to-win On October 2iJrd Ceiling, Flooriur' (Columns S IC IMPlip PtbbaJ*...,._ _
; emulsion-butter 1W16, 1 will present my final accounts' as Door Frames, Posts, ,Balusters Mantels, Turned. Porch etc s lisaas ._._._Edee___.__.__'" Gas ins* "
shape for executrix' of the estate of Harmon Marine. Notice Is hereby given that on Wednesday Shedding for Groves and Pineries. 3T Crates and Box Material a specialty I 1Tp ..___Jeussa_ _ 5 ti it up .;
ut-.n. digestion tiJ .. llaS4J 11 Mp
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and ask for nnal executrix taken for the erection of kind of a building. i Its Sip .Btusrs. .. 5
my discharge as January fbi 1IXMI the undersigned Contracts any ,. iota 7Mp ._ ___ ante 50054 _ 5 10 Mp
':f Cod ,liver oil Is extremely of said' estate. administratrix of the estate of Wheeler H. I 5 aara Blip ...............Wsstjuplt.r..4 I 34 aT lOltptip Do
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MARY FRANCES MAKING. Bristol, deceased, will present her final ao DELAND FLORIDA. U Mp ............'Wset Palm B.esS.. 4T
)! nourIshing, but April 21st, 1905.Executors'. ooant and voucher as such administrate; sa lap :: ..-.----Boyntcn,..._ ao* I 15
-It has to emulsified i I to the Hon. J. Lee MoCrory. Judge of the eat Mp _...Dsiray_... Visa SOS p
:. SB 1031 p :: ... .. ...Jt.I&odsrdJ5 SiSa lip
before digest It. NoticeAll County Judge's Court of Volusla county, = s5 10 Wp ............_....Dan.. rSISa SOS p
; we can Florida. and ask for a final discharge ae Tin GUI S U 10 lp .1laa.Iate- f I4p
rooting ::
creditors logntees, dlsttbutees and such administratrix.. PiPe fitting S 24 5 UOTp Lemon Oui. ._,_ S $4 I 759 p
all persons having claims against the eatateof MARY W. BRISTOL and spouting.. Pump: 11 lip Ar wi&ist Li 0P
I tenng
Wheeler
f Administratrix of TT1 ECCLES ,
L !Scott Emulsion Amelia Lawrence, deceased, are of the Estate -
hereby notlded to present the same to the H. Bristol. I ] repaired wells and tanks madt Daily Al. HOMISTCAO EXTENSION LI. .
undersigned Executors within twelvemonths of all Bus. Sua
c 'mbfri best from this date. or the same will be Notice of Final Discharge. to order. Repairing ,
; s the oil forever barred. The undersigned administrators of the Satisfaction 5411 Lv Ar ,_ 505p
vlth the valuable hypo- This. March 16th l'XX' estate. of A lonzo L. Dushnell will. on the Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. guaranteed. S 05 a ....._ Ar ....... .....liomsstes&............... Lv S SIP
r. JAMES CUTLFR, first day of February A I) 1IIO8,, tile their
jhosphites so that it is JAMES 1.. ORE nocount as suob administrators with the tir:1. ..
Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. Me. 5315.. a.. is I N..DNa. 14
Executors County Judge of Volusla County, Florida, jSutds, Sasn4ay Daily NAYPOST .IIAIIOM. No ..'saneaasu.4astIv
)asytQ ,,digest and does at his office In DeLand, and ask that tbe 15 Onip. Sum
J same be allowed and .approved -- I
;, a."ImOre'good than the Notice to Debtors and Creditors -- -- ---- -
WM. S. THAYER, 05 CU Slot laos 5005 V..JaOkSSaVtIle
t oil alone could. That Notice Is hereby given that the under AUGUSTA C. BUSHNELL, .se Ste SelpjaOSp ...... ,
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-.makes-' Scott's Emulsion signed bas been appointed" Administratrix Administrators eu v Iatp 1 S05 Lao I' ... .
of the estate of U. P.Jolly, and ml parties This July 21st, 1003 _, sept lOItShla I __ Mayp.ee.......... I 5e, hIs LU Silp ;
J' t""' most 'strengthening. holding claims or dementia against salt. Why Not Drink
estate will present the same to tbe undersigned Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under .

i nourishing"1: Inthe world.food medicine the same within will be two forever year.barred.from this date or Florida Section 8. Chapter 4888!, Laws of I PURE WATER ? RKDCDUI 1S9 OCCDOiTil STEASCONXECflL3. ITjlLUU.d :::

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;{f n S.ndforfPe..ampl.. This Sept. 1, 1906. OARKIKB Admlnl.tratrlx.Notlee JOLLY Notice Is hereby given that A. de nor". T lIE ah.olutely'r88 Orange /City from Mineral orgnnlu Spring: matter Water and, la possessing unsurpassed mineral In purity'piopertles, being UumttOn Made at Mlul. with Sleasutts.r. ;fiik*.P. ft 0. & L"CI.IU.SII7 ForHAVANA
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purchaser Tax rtllloates Jos 308, 300. 810; especially beneficial in eases of kidney Hud liver Iro'ible.
: Ft laln COTT j A 1 8 WNE. Chemists I to Debtors and Creditors hated lot day June 11103. bus tiled said cer. '1'his water baa received flatterIng endorsement from such men as Brasilia AND KEY WESTj:
tiUoate: in my ollloe and has made apnlioa G Smith professor chemistry, Relolt, College, Beloit, Wisconsin, one
4OO-4IB I Notice Is : : ,
hereby given that tbe nnder.
& & Pear] Street New York. lion for tax deed to inane In I nooordunoe of the best chemists In this country; J. B. Ogden, dlreotor, New York, and
I.. eO I signed bas been appointed by the Hon. J. wilb law. Bald cenlUcates, embrace the __ ... .
t and S I .00. All druaarlsta Lee MoCrorr othei,>. U.e a5Io5__b..4. .. .. .dapsrt
( ,4 I I Florida County Jnilgd of VoluslaCounty following described property situated In By a\1tbolty, of the LouisIana Purchase Exposition the followIng! > testimonials ... ':: -= : setthr ,ea sva2.'' --- U aised1S
. I Administrator of the es'tateofL. Volusla county. Florida, towit82oh are given: se -: seWI. : .: :::. :: ..
r I W. OUum, lately deueaaed of said
\ tb* TI>..... Draw.ud I county and all persons having olnlms or of wUofne4( ofsw34. sea 23, tp "In reply to your esteemed favor of Jan. 0, IOCS, we beg to adviseou
,: E- cleric. alike the Inhabitants, I demands: against said, estate will preaenl Ute range SUe; :2 acresEHofwJiofsejiofswJi that on referring to the olHolal list of awanls as approved by the Superior" .0..s. .. MM LOCAL TXKB OAXD.urOis.* r -
a an entirely similar to tnose I the same. duly authenticated to me within sec 23, tp IRs, Jury no find l that you have been awarded a Collaborator's Silver Medal.
Ii ; I two from date tbe range SOe; 10 acres "The Jury of awards has placed you In it position to olHolallv and most "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
years or same will be ,
.' the.__ of Tibet. Then Is Indeed I forever barrel.I WUofnw of.w}(, sec 23, tp 18s, range Kfoollvely make known the fact. that you have received the highest award ,
. E t..pee difference even In the dress. I Dated this September litb, 1WO SOe;- 20 acres the world can give yon for the excellence of your products. (':D. ** BR.Aa. a-1 pIIsa..A4t.P3T. AUiuarouUftA. I
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on*, province through which we I The said being assessed at the data N. E. BAKNKS, Director General. June 3rd an additional train Is added to Mavport Branoh and the service between
JOHN B. ObUM
of the The Orange City Mineral Spring Water received tbe only diploma at the Miami has been reduced to train each Miami at
the women use a turquoise Admlnl.tratororthee.tate Issuance of such certldonto In the and Homestead one a day way leaving
passed of L.
: W. Odum
I I name of Mary A SaawP II J Krulder and U St ite Fair! at Jacksonville In competition with many other displays.. It I. 8 00 a m and returning leave Homestead at lOOp m, arriving at Miami 80 p m
Studded halo as a bea out Orange City
1' now being by
Shaw Unless said certificates shall be
redeemed For correct sohedule any agent 01 the F. E. C. By, or for pocket time-card address -
, f flUet ornamented In the same way' I Notice of final Discharge. according law tax deed will Issue put up In attractive style in canes of U halt-gallon bottles. For further Information the Assistant General Passenger. Agent, St Augustine, Florida.

.M bound close down over their hair. I Notice Is hereby given that tbe under. thereon on the 2Ist day of Sept, 11)08.Wltmus ) addressORANGE

tI1ffe4..out oa; either .14.. and falls I signed Executrlces of the last Will and my official signature and seal CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.. -
< ; tlowa twer the shoulders. It Is one of I Testament of Frances A. W.Shinier will this IDth day August 11XXJBAM'L Fla.
C. A. BUULEN, Mgr. Orange City,
tbe 10th ,
I on day ol March A. D. 1008 present
, .die. most becoming,war of doing the D. JORDAN. ,
b' their nnal
I account as such Executrlces
Clerk Circuit Court Volusia Fla
. \ Jialr. that I have ever seen and for a I together with tbe Touchers to the Hon. J. County Southern
. certUn type the entire dress of a wo- I Lee MoCrorr.J Count Judge of Volusla By liEN FISH, D C Railway.
I a. at his ottlie! at DeLand
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,.\,-- lean of l
costume for a fancy dress ball at I such Executrices. Section 8 of Chapter 411/! !/!, Laws EFFECTIVE MAY 28, IOCS
't borne. The dress of.<<: the men and the WINONA 8. BAWYSB, of Florida
Vestibule Tralm.Easl No. 84 No 80 North and West No 13
women la.rory lII uJIt1r" There Is a sin- ".OSI. HALL MILES, Notice is hereby given lliat W H Knight
gte undergarment and one heavy ua- le B.LL. D. HAZZSN. purchaser of Tax Certlfloate No T.170( dated John B. Stetson L'I'Jack.onvllle.Slty. .i 910a 7Mp Lv JacksoitviileSo By. .i 745p
. : .t doth rolxi, dun or crimson lu color Executrloes of the list Will and Testa. 7tb dRY of June, 1 1J1I. has tiled said certitt.oate University I.v Jesup. Ga, So Ity..1 l1: (la 1(1-1111 Lv Jesu/) So Ky...... ......i 10 SOp
f Frances A. W. Shinier I tty.l I : 1216a .I aooa
ment or deceased. In my ollloe, and has made application Lv Savannah, So 130p Ar Macon So:! By
. sAt osottHy; pllt..i>ed, which both scxc'ip ThlsAugus 81, 1905 for tax deed to Issue in accordance with ', Ar Columbia, So Ry ',1 I OMp I SOPs. Ar Atlanta. ; Bo y..I. 020a730a i
rt& *H In around the waist with a girdle, law. SaId certificate embraces the following Ar Charlotte Ho\ Ky..1. ilO'25p1 085aIS Ar Rome, So Ry.... ,'j...l I IArareensborn.SoIty.J
the moo pofwlHiiitilt'"ti.theciwalst. r. .1.1r. described property situated In Volusla DeLand, Florida. I nan. Dip Ar Dalton, So By. .I assal,'
:i county, Fla, towit:, Ar Danville, Ho Rv..I' Ii i 32ia484U 2 ion Ar Cbattanoogo.. So Ry,, .94oa', I
((4 form the tallY.' 'ixxfUet; !..ttmt tliey s UIl8'fFkJ' .-, Ar Richmond/! KTrA" I I1lI8a i a 42p Ar Lexington, Q A CV; !.I ( Sop I
i \) wcnltl." .HODGKIN'SWagon. I Lot E, Blake uNivERSITY i Ar Lynohburg! Ho Ry. I 420p Clnolnnatl Q &' C ::-:-;. 740pl I I
; : .. : The said land being assessed at the date A1'FL.IIATEDWIlH THE OP CHICACO Ar Cbarli>ttea>vi, 8 Ry. 1 618a I 6 lop Lv ClnolnnaU Big Four.,.1 84pi) I
of the Issuance of such certificate in the COLLEGE Of LlBERA 'ARTS The; standards are those ol tba University Ar Washington, Ho Ky I Ma I BAOn11 Ar ChicagoBig ourr.rrri-1 tea.-J
: 11.,1n.j I IASTORIA : Shop name of Charles Holland. Unless said oar- I' Ar' Baltimore. P Kv... UBOa :Sap Lv Cincinnati Pa Lines..,. ,88 p,,,,..._
both aud
: locate shall be redeemed according to law of Chicago. .Stetson's graduates. receive their degree,.from: Btotaon. Ar Philadelphia, PRyl I hOp1 23Ba630a Ar Chicago, Pa Lines..I INs

: : : tax deed will Issue thereon on the IHth day Chicago.COLLEGE:-OF LAW MI:..:Graduates, i._ of, this College are.admitted to ";''otl'oe/I:,/ I Ar.New,York, P Ky .. I .-. 1,4, J8 Lv Cincinnati, .,,0 H .A. D..j. : 84Bp04Bp
October 1905 I II i I ..No. "New 1 ork and Florida Express"ally Ar Chicago, CHAD. ....I I Ills
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I L' Vor Ia, ta ai4 Children.; :DLp;. .FLA. Witness my official signature and seal COLLEGE OF TKUUNOLOUT " Pullman Drawing Room and Sleep. Lv Clnolnnatl, (J H A ;,0,>,,1> .
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: 11. .Klwf Yofl Han Ahi J.Bought'! Everything In ,Wagon Buggies Carts.; this the" 16th. day of'SAMl Sept, Hoe D. JORDAN, i I' equipment.and Manual Training courses leading. ; to deRrees.' Fine new building. ,"costly. I, tog and Car New! between York Port_ Tampa. Jacksonville, Ar Ar Toledo Detroit,, O PM.&..'.D."'..V. !?1.i..I ,7 25a ,
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ott,.; manufactured and repaired In my Clerk Circuit Court Volusla. County, Fla COLLEGE OF BUB1NE88-Ranking In all Ita'branohe*. Book-keeping by No 80-"Wa.hlngton'and Fin Limited Lv Clnolnnatl PLinesi 8 SOp 'r
.... Bhop fat ,the very best workmanship By B." FISH; DO', best methods. Elective: course open lo ether departments.. Large faculty and >ally'Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping! Ar Lv Inolnnatl Pittsburg ,Pa Lines.Four.,...I 9 liMa SOp "
known. t-c1aN .. I Car Jacksonville to New York Big
Hal Only r men employed commodious building.PREPARATORY. : ," > .j.l' 8 45aI .
Ar Cleveland Four.
Big :
and flrst-class work turned out. I have Notice of Election.. ACAUH.MY-Graduates prepared ffnMlaas'to enter .Harvard. ,' I I Through "The Land of the Sky." No 80 Lv. Lexington.. So By.......I B80p810p "
all
lRte7 added to my plant] a Tale'!, Princeton Cornell, MiohiganChlcago and colleges.NORMAL. I Ar Louisville So Ry ; I '
1 Whereas Tb re has been presented to AND PRACTICE BCHOOL: Kindergarten In Its own build. L.v Jacksonville., So rfy........ :..4 1 Bop Ar St Louis Bo Ry ...t..I 18251
UOII IM SsSlb. the Beard of County Commissioners, at a Ing.; 2. Primary and Grammar School! In separate building. This school especially L" Savannah. oRy' ....,t.......,.12! IBa ArAnnlstonAl5 So By.. .I 940s ,
f !. I regular meeting thereof a written application prepares Public School teachers.MUSIC Ar Columbia, So By"''''' ''''r' 6 Oiia Ar Birmingham, Ala So RyIllS5a "t
q).ur iab.r sag, signed! by more than one-fourth of tbe BCHOOL 10.000.00 pipe organ,a dozen pianos separate building i Ar Asbevllle, So Rj....... ... J' .. 1 cop Ar Memphis, Tenn. Frisoo..I 808p '
_,...sD'g.ou.d&szM -- I registered voters orVoliisla County, asking large faculty thorough courses study. Ar Hot Springs, NO; .Bo Ky,." 2 87p Ar Kansas .:ity Mo. Frisco.Memphis. ...
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.pI.ee.Dlthlns 151 tbat an election be held In said County to ART SCHOOL-New stndlo. Costly oasts, models, etc. Ar Knoxville, So Ry ....... 6 lOp Tenn.... ,...a.i asop
.,. .... decide whether the sale of intoxicating llq- Stetson has a faculty of 4t professors and Instructors... They bald degree. Ar Louisville So Ry.-; V..U. 8 BOAr Hot Sarin s. Ark... . ..I 920 .
uors, wines or beer shall be prohibited from the University Chicago, Harvard Yale, Dartmouth. Columbia University I I 8t Louis. So Ry..,.........., 4 Mp
therein; of Pennsylvania, Brtn. Mawr. Buoknell, University 0< Michigan Dennison, I Ar Clnolnatl. Q A 6........... ..... I! lIIa Ns: 13-"The Flit Limited." Dally solid.
It I. ordered that an election be held In and other Universities. There are over $:! 0OOO.OO In buildings and equipment:; vestlbuled' train, through coaches and Pullman
: said County, In pursuance of said applloalon. nearly quarter million dollar endowment; endowed library of over 13000 : No 80-Daily Pullman Drawing Room. Sleeping oar' ('joksonvlile' toCln'nati
1' I, on Wednesday. the 27th day of Sep. volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly tarnlshlnjjs.Jnoludlngjitalned glass I Iwlndowe and Buffet Sleep ng Car between Jankson111 No. 13..1'ullmLtWifl5 Room Bleeping
: tember, A D 190ft 10 decide whether the Toll paintings a 110.OOOOO pipe organ; a Oymnaslum oompleteapparatus and Cinolnnai. between Jsoksonvllle, BirminghamMemphis
sale ol Intoxicating liquors wines or beer an enclosed Athletic Field running track tnnnls oourta, baseball. I, Excellent Dining Car Service. Car and Kansas City. _
) ball be prohibited In said County,and that diamond and gridiron, besides swimming, golf, rowing and other sports; sepaMOTT >
the Clerk give notice of such election by rate buildings for men and women; live large laboratories for Chemistry, Phys i .. \ JACKSONVILLE: ;
publishing notice of tbe same In one ne".. los, Baoterliilofry. Mlnemlogy end Biology; several large museums and shops; I 1 ARRIVALS AT
: i' .Er paper In each town In said County In electric lights eleotrio bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell roads; broad ave.ones From' New Y rk. Washington etc.-No.; 20, "Washington! and Fla Mm'900am/ I
which a newapape* Is published, and b1'poetlng spacious campus, shrubbery and trees; social,literary and other students' I and Florida Express".. 8!iOpa1 .
N.PSsev&OO, notloe of such election In s public I club; star lecture courses Christian and not sectarian teaching .The location_ From New York. Washington, eto.-No. 83 Washlngton
,. ; ,. laoe In each town In which no newspaper Is .beautiful and healthful and ths expenses:: : are low. From Cincinnati A.b'l'lI1e,eto.-No. 29. "Washington and Florida Limited".... 900am

laid published.Iactlon., at least, thirty .days I before, For catalogs\ visws., folders and Information, address the President > I From Chicago Cincinnati, Atlanta, eto.,-;;No.!: 14, "Florida Limited".,........... 8Mam

.b.inU.S.edWqw.n Done and ordered"by Board of. Countyommlssloners LINCOLN HULLEY, 'A. M.. Ph.. D., 'DeLand: !.. Via. .- .' I 3'. C. Lugs, 'District Pmtager,Agent,108 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.

/ In and tor Volusla CounUr, A, BROOKS MORGAN A. G. p. AHEALTH
8. H. SARDWICK. P T, K. ,wfH.TAYLoaQ.p.
late of Florida, In session. August Bth.A. ,

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Tb.eela *rO'Qb1cJI.We- take oni 'noo AND'ViTALITY

WrftO ill "WiUIsms'" 'will indian our BUml Pile,. I ?PENNYROYAL [ PILLS They. .orercome'Irrefrularlty Weakiness. and: & x>m. asrorav** '

Tire.ei LES dln" sad ItchIng irmx.vaxjara =rt.-r 4., ,
I ItaMortwthsttBon, .' ? and banish "pains. Tbe great iron and tonla lull and restorative for mea and women. ,produ
in R Itching..a*onoe,sees o1.tru&tJoD.'t'Jh.i, are LIFE BAVKBS" to (rlrLs 1 at. strength and ...ltaUty, bufide np the system and renews the normal YIaobrtDlrialif ,
.H1 ig you tat your'pafronatV" )UeC. Dr.WlllUuns1 nloe. ..I.. Instant ri 4 'IS. womanhood aiding ,development of 'Organs end bodyv; No I healtb and bapplne'". OOdo.eetn a bos' J'orsaliijrslI drneiats.or &.t
the vast and hoping a 1oonUDna>nne In > meal isprepsaM toy PtI..n4I'"J:; known remedy for women ;betuIrsij..a. .,tvi .. o< th* prfvata *..... m..Ol'Yjbo.. iswsrrasted. beeomea a ylare.-.I.00, PER BOX I1Y :MAlLo 8014' JVUn 0S1W I 0 boleS tow tG. O. Dr. Motfs CbcnUoal. 00.. (lleyelADClo ObloW
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