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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 23, 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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VOLH&K XIX DE LAND1 VOLUSIA CO., FLA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1905. .


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'Orofesstonal4arbs.< : ) METALPENS. ,JUST; ,TEA LEAVES.t; "
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: THE" CAPE OF GOOD, HOPE. ', '
Bpeotnolo They Proaont Cnales1I "
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,' On. of Ancient Roman Male Una SbDi.ti.ietl "" *'* .
Sum. ncta Conovmlnsr It That Are I a Powerful Mloroaoooo.. ,
Tk.0 War I
JAMES W. PERKINS Nut G.a.Knawn.'I'bOUIJb .. Silt. .. "Have a look,'! ,.aiU the blstologVstv .

eve'y..ac"oofboy |>iesuumblv Some curious one !him collected a Examples I 1, be rose from the beautiful, elell- '

: known,,, to a nicety wlu-io! tile Ciiiie of muss of interesting facts concerning .
Y', ATTORNEY and COUNSELOK-AT food values microscope, and I his companion ,-.
Gold Hope Is situated, them' does undoubtedly metallic perns. Some of the, o roforolll'es -
LAW. the notes of his place, : ...
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In jess enllghtenelch'"lc *
pievull run back as far as the fourteenth '
I '
visited the
There little and
fiddling
I was a ad/; ,
DeLand -: Florida. some vagueness of couct'ptlanas and even the thirteenth century In the slums of tiny screws. Then the' -
of that culu-
Will Practice in State and Federal to thu exact locality and, callously enough, In tho that a wom sold ;
bra tcd huudluud. Even the gent: :
Courts for Infants and ChlTdren.Castorta case of the luanuscilpt of Robert d'Ar- of work and .
\ reader Is faintly coniJclous' of uucertalnty "Ugh! Ghostly! What have we Here

Is a harmless substitute :for Cantor Oil Paregoric and answers With a biUhuusH tols, the forger scrlbo, Is said to have on a few : a railroad wreck?" 11'

STEWART & ELY Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is 1'leawint. It not !born of conviction'. "The Capo of used a bronze: pen in order to disguise food so "You are looking," answered the hls-:.' ;: .
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic of I know !his wilting anti make hla", out of
Good Hope? Why, course deceptionmo.'e "at a part of the remains of a. .
.
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office BiibMtauce. It destroys Worms and allays Kovcrl.shiie ;where It Is Down at tjie end of South safe.,, A Roman metal pen Is luxury even l caterpillar." '
and Colic. It relieves Teething
It cures Dlarrhcna Wind sacrificed
Troubles and cures Constipation. It refriilatetj the Afilca." Gentle reader, you are not aid to unto been found at Aosta, not tloua classes lIe withdrew that slide and put.an-i'

in Bank BUilding DELAND. Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. very. fur out, fifty or 4 hundred miles a mole stylus but a bronze pen slit, talnlng over In Its place. : .,

Branch office over PostofficeDAYIONA The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. perhaps. And as you lay, It U not of and, there is some evidence of a pen IS cent "Another tragedy; the tyro asked. .

the slightest consequence from a prac. or iced of bronze nearly as early as per "The remnants of a beetle," the his-,

Cary D. Landla Bert Fish The Kind You Have Always Bought tical point of view. the invention of printing in the fifteenth starve truthfully to replied. .

LANDIS. & FISH. The Cape of Good Hope lies at a considerable century.; More then/ a hundred A third elide was placed beneath the' "
Bears the Signature of __ distance from the end and in, alone. I ;
COUNSELORS- years ago some steel pens were Pitiable ,
and
ATTORNEYS In fact, the middle of the three promontories made in "This," said the tyro, ""should be '
AT-LAW, Birmingham for Dr. Priestly, the New ,.a., .
severally Inconspicuous, which and some of these placed Into the ." '

DeLand, Florida Jointly terminate a slender peninsula, hands of Sir JosIah Mason\ in his curly was feeding "It Is only," returned the scientist,' "a

mil Practice In State and Federal some twenty miles in length, forming days with Mr. Harrison, but all seem to 11 cents per of the desiccated frag ,
could afford
Courts. the barrier between False bay and the have been lost. The first pen of metalof of a fly, a centlped! a moth and ,

Special facilities for examining and # Atlantic ocean on the west. These three a definite date, beyond all question.Is pensive cuts slug."

4 perfecting land titlesJ I In Use For Over 3O Years. headlands, lying near together and one in a Dutch patent book of 1717. equally ; The tyro ;yawned. ,

THO .'NT'UN .......N. n "UN" .n..... ... NO .''TV commonly undivided on a map of mod At about the same time a polite ode also large "Histology interesting," he said In ,

J L. MoCRORY, r- erate scale, are locally designated of Pope's refers to a "steel and golden value mig*) bored voice. "Where, did you get,;
dried beaus
here that Bartholomew '
- -- -- Cape Point. It was
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specimens
pen, but these were evidently luxuries -
FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING Diaz first encountered In full only, and It was not until about wasted "Out of a packet of tea. ,'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
force the prevalent southeasterly gales the end of the first quarter of the lust Jumbles "A packet of teat What kind of

Use Painter's' Simon Pure Special No. 1.All 1. and denounced the rugged, threaten century that metallic pens became much as ?" ,

'" DeLand, Florida. ing,' threefold promontory under the more generally in use. In the "Local nutrition It "Ordinary tea." -

sounding appellation of the Cape of Notes and Queries" In the Birmingham wife might "Heavens! I am a tea drinker.,, Kz-t. .

S.B.. WRIGHT, JR.. Simon Pure Special is Shipped? under the Follow- Storms, to be afterward rechrlstened Weekly Post definite evidence times as ;yourself." .
by pious, trustful hearts the of ey had she
Cape
has been given of steel pens as early as The histologist,, smiling, said:
LAWYER ing Tag. Good Hope. The Cape of Storms the 1800 and more commonly In 1817 but green peas. "Tea grows on bushes. The leaves
Cape of Good Hope Cape Farewelll! Is would have
Notary Public It was about 1823 and 1824 that the plucked by hand. Imagine your-
there nothing In a name? fresh for stripping rosebush after rosebush '
great revolution came by which
DeLand Florida pens
Watkins In on miles, of their lea1'''. Well,,
were made by a cheaper proceas-the ,
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Office at Telegraph Office.J SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 TOBACCO HEART.. band screw press which pierced the Is what tea picking is like. .

pens from steel rolled Into tube fash- THEY "The native pickers work fast. They

J HALL BRUMSEY MANUFACTURED BY Th. Wur Smoking ActS. Upon and Injure Ion and the Joint formed the slit, but as many as twenty- ve pounds of .
the .,.t.m. T.. a day; -a bundle bigger than a
E. O. COflPANY these
PAINTER FERTILIZER required considerable labor to
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT Ar. you "learning to smoke" boys? shape them Into pen form. The use -

LAW JACKSONVILE, FLORIDA. Learning by heart-"tobacco heart?" of the screw press belongs to the period Plenty "Now, the tea plant Is the prey of a '

Read what a doctor says in the Med. of John Mitchell Gillot eighteenth Insects, and the picker In his -
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Will Practice in all State and Federal Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. ical Summary and then enjoy your and Josiah Mason but Joseph on a careful land. His doesn't pause to brush off each

Courts. .moke If ray of food to wash It for he works '
you can: review of the facts It seems to be or as we' ,
DELAND, FLORIDA GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. In smoking tobacco we take In car clear that John Mitchell has the best the appetite by piece work.:

Office over Fisher's Drug Store.J Ammonia actual and potential. not less than..2 per cent bonic oxide several ammonias and avery claim to be considered as the original tuts of the "The picked leaves are dried on char-'

Derived from SUlphate ot Ammonia. poisonous oil containing nicotine evolved from files. They shrivel under the beat

Potash (K 20), water soluble, not lets thin....... .. ...... 10 per cent The ammonias and nicotine are the introducer of press made pens.-Buffalo bisques and the Insect, larvae and chrysattds) .'
E. ALEXANDER, Available' Phosphoric Acid, not leas than .. .. ... ......... ..... b per cent Times. was ever the
Insoluble Phosphoric Aold. not less than.... .. ......... .... 1 per cent substances which by acting In numerous them change to dust. This dust
Moisture, at 21J: Fahrenheit., not exceeding ..... ......... 8 per cent directions are so Injurious to the PITH AND POINT. was removed to the ordinary eye like leaf frag
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Chlorine; not exceeding' .... .. ............ .. . .. ............ system. The ammonias act on the of mutton but under the microscope it:I
This Fertilizer U a ade from Sulphate of Ammonia, Sulphate of Potash andDissolved of Squire! remarked
blood, making It alkaline and fluid, Being worthies no dividends. as yon like an insect
Office In Brush Block. JJoneblaok. pays
Its nutritive entrees to wreck or a battlefield.1
: thereby Impairing prop pygmy
DeLand, Florida. Keeping a diary Is nearly as hard
lets with tastes like but know well
erty. you as as
Will Practice in State and Federal work as keeping a dairy.
Courts. Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida. The stomach Is debilitated and dyspepsia Being favorably Impressed Is the lops. turkey what It tastes like." '
Induced. The Innervation of real a la "Tomorrow" said the other, "I am ,
Write for Special Cash Discounts.: cheapest way we know of being a good with ham .
the heart Is disturbed. Its action Is to bring some of my wife's tea
:2)R.: G. ALVIS. weak Irregular and Intermittent, and fellow. This was but to examine with ,.oD.-N_ York
E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY Nothing makes us quite so mad as Next came .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, faintness. and vertigo are the consequences to have people say, "What made you and four _ _,

DELAND FLORIDA. Co It?" Am Amended Quotation. ,
JACKSONVILLE LORIDA. now for side
Office at residence, Indiana avenue, Owing to the disturbances In the Miss Ida Tarbell's first ;Journalistic .' .
It Is terribly hard to Impress marrow. four
blood and heart the of nutrl- people
.
Conrt House. process '
next to was as editor of the Cbau-' .

Office Hours: 9 to 13. 2 to 4, and 7 to 8. and Clerks of Election.As tlo* Is slow and In the young seriously with the importance. of aiding in a salmon aad } Her predecessor on the ;Jour: '
Inspectors each of the inspectors and clerks good cause. fore quarter '
appointed affected: tissue Is paralyzed and vision
I once editor of the OU City Derrick, .
and mentioned in the foregoing Is I Impaired. Every one realizes when he goes to For center .
lesolntlon of the board established the custom of beading
'\\RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.PHYSIOIAN"and required by resolutions a notice of his appointment, Tobacco Is essentially a functional a photographer's that be Is not looking ate and ." the
of commissioners of Volnala a quotation column la which -
county within them
which shall his commission rather than an organic poison. It mod- his prettiest.
serve an made brief
mention of the newe
County, Floridaand In compliance with fles the and not the It Is all right to do things for cloth, and
special energies your
SURGEON. and also to publish the names of said inspectors the day. \Miss Tarbell followed bill
law, notice is hereby given that for the structure. Tobacco Is eliminated by town, but first do things for jour over the I
and clerks of election as required and bent her mind to the task
fell beneath
of carrying on and conductingthe the kidneys and rapidly consequently home and family.
York A inrpoee very ;
Office on East New venae, bylaw." supplying suitable quotations. Once
DELAND. FLORIDA. special election to be ;held in this the. bad effects quickly disappear We are all pretty easily pleased not the name ; time aha set down
Done and ordered Board of f'r a : as plain as
by Connty were gluttons.Steven.
county on the 27th day of SeptemberA. under proper treatment If, how. when' we consider that three or four could set it: .

A. S. MUNSON; D. 1905, the board of county Commissioners this 5th day of Sep. A. ever, the habit Is given up.Japanese times a day we see exactly how we meek eyed morn appears, moth-
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commissioners of Volusla county has look In the looking glass.-Atchlson A beautiful of dews"
SAM'L D. JORDAN clerk. Fo1il. .... Globe.
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HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. appointed three intelligent discreet and loves was she went home, pardonably
soldier loft behind his .
By BEN FISH. D. C. A Russian -
air-minded inspectors of election and a Antiquity of Cheating. venson at a of knowing her Thomson so, .
brothers In arms. He slowly rose up "
Office Second Door South of Fisher's clerk of election for said Special Election and faced his captors. They smiled False weights were found In the moa. and at the head of the column ,

Drug Store. for the 20 polling places of the 20 eleo Bacon And the Flahora.. amiably, and reassured he pulled off ruins of the oldest city that has yet "There, on day she read: ".'.
OrFIcsiHovas 10 to 12 3to5 I) replying weak eyed worm appears. -
a. m.; son,
been exhumed. And false weights '.111
tion districts Volnsla himself '
oonnty.respeot- In "Aubrey's Lives" this quaint storyIs lift cap and commenced to fan
audi to 8 p. m. al of "The Poet. :
DeLand Florida. 'I fully as follows: told of Lord Bacon: "His lordship, with It. Now, it Is a common custom probably be consumed when the earth but "

Precinct No. I, Enterprise.-A. T. being In the garden looking on fishers for' a Japanese soldier to carry about drops Into the sun and the heavens are land lately come A Lack of ........a....
rolled like scroll.
Rosseter, John Padgett, Otto Voss, as they were throwing their netta.asked with him in the hot weather a small together a Ancient with no very matter of fact Scotchman, ::

[DR JOHN REEVE, Inspectors, and H. F. Quackenbos, them what they would take for their tan.' On this occasion a fan was forth. records and ancient statute books are others to to seeP a neighbor, an old Irish-,
full of evidence modern
clerk. and handed to the Russian but tboj: every .
catch. They answered so much. Hla coming who'had '
than all the been ailing for some .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Precinct No. a, Orange City.-John lordship would offer them not more he refused to take It, preferring to use practical device down to adulterations .
From the when the following conversation
Welch Robert :Barn- and crooked scales familiar to
Joshua Meyers was our
,
their its Still with an amiable smile
but so much. They drew up nett, cap. ,
hart, Sr. inspectors and H. L. Ryland of the Iran before my wife who place at the door: .
ancestors of
plateau
In his face of the
Office store occupied again
recently by and In it were only two or three little on one Japanese
how do
when the find
clerk. yon yourself today '
the Vice Is tho old Inhabitant 'S
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West him th. rejected fan at the migrations.
fishes He then told them It bad been proffered S
Precinct No 8. DeLand-E. T. Gross virtue. Is the the tonight: Into ?
New York Ave.DeLand time him with ; newcomer,
I better for them to have take his offer. same covering a re
Florida. J. L. Nnckola T. R. Webb, inspectors, Immigrant. received with reluctanceand both grown' a your honor, I'm mighty bad.'
mQR. They replied they hoped tor a better volver. The captive took the gift without '
shed and shocking weather'll be the en4 .
to for Inch of
compelled fight
and Egford Bly clerk. draft but, said his lordship, 'Hope 1* further reluctance.-From Brlndle's every
me. I'll be a dead woman before -
H. D. BRACEY, Precinct No. 4, DeLeon Springs.S. .- a good brvakfnst but an ill sapper.' "With Russians and Japanese." ground' he galna.-Reader Magazine.A Which ." ,

S. Peacock, Daniel Blackwelder,
Three ( ",
toots, woman! Yeve been
Groat Leek of I.OTO. I
'a Robert Jones, inspectors, and Henry A Paper Ho,,... Tn. Larlcapnr.Great Beaux Arts.
DENTIST. Sproul clerk.Prec.mct There Is a pleasant story being told that for the last twenty :years!

NoS, Eldridge. Ed. "Only thInk." exclaimed Fenderson, vigilance has to be exercised Just now of an Irish priest who, tak- a tufe. "My tell ye what it la ye want flrm-, ..

Office second story McLaurlne Block. Lemon, R. J. Bishop, John Beers inspectors "of the many uses to which paper I. by the antiquarian painter. This was ing leave of his congregation, gave his pa:mod tho o' mind. 1'ln' a day; for yer dee-. .

DeLao Florida. and W. A McBride clerk.Precinct now put I" demonstrated by Sir Laurence Alma- reasons for going: "First, you do not pine wood la and stick tae itl"! '.I "

No. 6, Seville.-T.: H. Pre- "I know," lopllil Dans., "I wan", At 'adema's picture "The Finding of love me, for you have contributed nothIng perfectly that ',

VOLU8IA COUNTY ABSTRACT and vatt, T. E. Register, J. G. Causey' inspectors the theater,, the other night, and I was Hosts." Looking at the picture a well to my support; second you do not the water" When M.ta Were Unknown. -1
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and A. A. Ferguson ,erk. told 1 It ill nnj If fine known botanist examined with admiration t (.
V. c \rn-i\ |I'iper was a [ 1'ooh, ancient hats
INVESTMENT CO, (Incorporated) love each other, for I have not celebrated days were unknown,
Precn.ct, No. 7, Ormond.-D. W. iihntiintlnl. ,,I h.'lf" dt'voture, to"." the painting of the lifelike larkspurs susendej) : m
hoods
a marriage since I arrived; having attached to then- .
Bert Fish Cary D. Landla.. Waldron, Thomas and Wingate W. G.Ed.DePass Russell which form the foreground, and third, the good God does not love you, easel that garments, which they wore or' ,
President inspectors, then turning toward the artist andcongratulating ..
Sec'y and Treas. clerk. The Cause of Many him the successful for be bas not taken one of you to Regions." It ,'aided at pleasure. Stow,. the old
on
Precinct No. 8, Daytona.-A. McF. himself; I have not had a single tuner- zero says that nobody wore any- F
Abstractors of Titles ont that larkspurs
Porter, W. S. Rodgers E. L. Bond, inspectors Sudden Deaths. rendering pointed al."-London Telegraph. "That's \ else except the lord mayor'ot ,? -
were of a comparatively recent growth. of
and T. E. Fitzgerald clerk. portrait [ CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF ., There Is a disease prevailing In this The painter laughed as he replied "SoI Why She Loved H.... that it has to state occasions In the reign of -
Precinct No. Port F. 0.
o, Orange country most dangerous because so decep- thought, until dried specimens of .
Sparkman, R. F. Johnson, J. F. Vass, live. Many sudden Mrs. Cummins SO' 'you love your : henry VII., he says the cltlsens ; I..
E. H.HAYWARD inspectors, and V. C. Savage, clerk. deaths are caused by them were discovered In some of the grandmamma,. do you, Oracle? And Bow Flies : to \\car "flat 'caps knit of wool- .

Precinct No. 10, New Smyrna.C.C. It-heart disease. recently explored royal tombs of why do you love her? Oracle-Because The yarn, bIa'k but BO \light that they; --

Agency of the leading Fire Insurance Moore, L. J. Griffin, Gus Spliese, inspectors pneumonia, heart Egypt. _ she used to punish mamma when trivance obliged to tie them under their : 5 -

Company of America-The Aetna. and J. F. Canovas, clerk. 'I I failure. or apoplexy mamma was a little girl. I hope she a window ; for vl"o the. wind.would be, ma- -
City property a Specialty. Precinct No. n, Oak !"till.-ohn JJ r are often the result Fishy." used to spank mamma 'as hard as gravity by t' .
No 808 Boulevard DeLand, Fla. Dyall, W. C. Howes W. J. Gardner .. I of kidney disease. If Mother (reproachfully to her small mamma spanks me.- Boston Tran ward on the I

Inspectors, and H.. Putnam, clerk. .. I kidney trouble Is allowed .on-.Jamle.) where have you been all script. m\ shows the RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE :

Precinct No. 12, Tomoka.-Z. H. L to advance the afternoon? iI.TII. pads covered .

Bennett, Jacob Groover James I kidneypoisonedblood Jamie (un.asllyt; ) Sunday school, Plight of BI...... pad having. a VIA i ,1'
: V. H. Groover, Inspectors, and M. C. Cone, '.. will\ attack the .
VOORHIS
mamma. One of the few men to recover sight each pad 1 la a Coast' Line ''R.R0.4' '

clerk. vital organs or the Mother-Then how la it yon are wet after being blind from the birth of recollection liquid which .
Precinct
No 13, Glencoe.-William kidneys themselves break down and waste --
Dentist '" ? ,
and smell so of fish
was reported to have wondered big
;
fly puts
)
Moore H. M. .
D. ,Mitchell '
cell coll. '
by WASHINGTON,1 bl
Iorrlsb" away Jamie (in desperation)-Well, you 37 b.. <
much the '
nspectors, and clerk. Bladder result froma at nothing so as flight of which le flfl
Gross Block DeLand Fla. troubles most always / sale i"!;
I've been studying about Jonah and return, on daily to! ..
Precinct No. 14. Lake heien.-J. derangement of the kidneys'and a cure U see, the birds. "Why do not people make very small '
Houru&BOtol2andi.BOto4Insure Willis Westlake, A. R. Cooley John obtained quickest by a proper treatment of and the whale, and-well-I guess it more fuss about.them?" ha said.-Lon- gether, It Is : b r 30; 1 limited. to Oct. : I'1 1905. '

: ... .. effries, inspectors, and J. P. Mace, the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you came off on my clothes.-Harper's don Outlook. the insect la 7 6n 'WASHINGTON"c d" ;.

clerk. can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Weekly *. 'and return, on sale October '
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-- -- Precinct No. 15. Clifton,-G. W. Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and Faulty. Thaorr. His Own o; limited October IJ,'1003; can; be '

with us. Tedder, Weston Clifton, John Odom, bladder remedy. Lack: of P.....p Ion. Gus do Smythe-Those new, boots of Nordy-Your to asth on payment oi 50 cents: .
| Inspectors, and Dawson Brown, clerk. It corrects Inability to hold urine and scalding "Dat'dOB o' mine," said Eo-astus awfully. Perhaps they'renot '
squeak you'll get : :
yours SPRINGS-AR'K.
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Precinct No. 16 Stetson.R.. In It and thai 'iiOT ; : ; '
is the time. pain passing overcomes Plnkly, "keeps on .tryln' to whup 25
That's all
Now for Johnny- her
paid yet of eIght
Britt A. and sale October'p' -
J. Goodaon B. F. Colcord, inspectors unpleasant necessity of being compelled togo footed dat down return on
four Critter cornea '
Spat cash for tosses. and Neal Alexander, clerk. often during the day, and to ret up many v'y nonsense. If there is anything In that I done 17; limited to Novembct' 30 fyos.*. .
Precinct No. 17, Osteen.-A. T. Pat- times during me night. The mild and the de road. why don't my coat and. vest and my woman "
|U should be!, protected., tub S. G. Brooke, G. M. Carpenter, extraordinary tffeot of Swamp-Root Is soon "He must. be a fighter.,i trousers. and my bat squeak too? Butta-I did. > / .05 CHIC'AGa..I. IJ.L., andW- ,;JJ r.
"No. sub. He aln' no fighter, but be 'turn,' on iale, October ':as .
,
inspectors, and K. B: Osteen. clerk. realized., It stands the highest for its wonderful vllla Oonrl.r-.l .'
R you Insured? Precinct No. 18, Holly Hill.-V. F. cures of(the most distressing cases. don' seen able to reco'nlze Je faek."- Old Enoo.IT.. Notla' .. 24r limitetd-November.... .'.-zgo'..' ..., 'A\r":,: "

Every company reliable. Cave, Thomas Wetheretf. H., Cave, I Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and sold Washington Star. !"Are your papa. and mamma at ..ard 'ATLANTA: '; i iAti; 'e"-" .

Inspectors, and Charles Harris, clerk. by all druggists In fifty-cent and one-dollar home askrd the caller. Miss .Oadd .85' turll, on Me] October 'T" "''I"

Precinct No. 19, ,PIerson>-]. J. sized bottles. You may Th. Pine*'Fo. Hiss little none Ie .. be limited .October' '. ,\\'lifitP\\; '
When does your policy expire? Bishop, David Tones, F. D. Harper have a sample bottle of : "1'No, replied Marguerite; My, ; to 23, 190" .
inspectors, and B. B. Mmshew, clerk. this wonderful new.discovery -... ,"Notwithstanding what you say about of them may be here but they never dertaker these low;;''raleaf" ...*I4I"l } .- ,.I i

Is >our policy.In force? Precinct No. 20, Sea Breeze.-K. E. and a book that Kraftle," .al .
Hires tells all about II both be a loyal fellow. He appear to keep Chlfn/r Uorord-Rernld.' wife next .. : : ...r. :!,' ,.T .. ''''''' ,'' 1""I\ ,'! ,
'Telephone number sixteen. H. Thompson, C. C. Post inpectors BOO"'<_ / -. ,.1.1'' "
and J. W. Williams, clerk.A sent free by mall. Address Dr. Khmer & Co. In with his frlPiidfl." ee Atr"ntle"C d .;

HON INSURANCE AGENCY the same meeting of said board of :Jlnghamton, N. Y. When writing mentionreading "He should be kept with'them.." ClaneroM. ; (or Pullman i,:" j
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this offer this C'l'alllc.bf! of his friends remarked the beautiful :Bank Oa b .,, .
t county commissioners the following generous In paper: replied) ; "Some men say, toTAZ ,' .' \ _,,,', ,, ,, ,, :'
IT will find us atCtetson resolution was adopted Don't make any mistake, but remem ire In JaJl.'fhUI\4..IIJ111I[ Lcdffir. heiress "that r have no heir" :year a count. I Go'
,..w. : : bcrthe name, Swamp-ROot, Dr. Kil ,"Olv that dO
and DeLand.'I "Resolved That the clerk of the mer's Swamp-RooM i and the address, I To be namuleui. In worthy: dopds excoeJaaa : poor;).bill .willing, to be bono t >youth| I am always; ,, .Tuisr

loard U .hereby .authorised toundto. Blnghamton_ V., on. every bottle.. _Ui(am jus b4stoi1.Browua I : "I'll give you< mlnad Chicago: 'Ne_, ... rule. T ( I;, "-.j -


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q Dr. and Mrs. I'atton Enjoying Bellghttal I Made\ Buying. goods at th e prices :t. '
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. Easily i'jto WATTS & MILLER I '
Visits Among Friends. Saves to
cent ,
" Untored. In the Poe:.offloe at Detand. Flu., you 40 .50 per a ,'"
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r' M woond class matter. Editor Keoord: toto Hito : .
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I Far from the beautiful little city of One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 5 to 7 cents HARDWARE FURNITURE toto t.1 t. ,

B. E. PKETATT, Editor A Proprietor.TO DeLand "we. two" .are having.a royal One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 8 cents to toto

.. .. good time among Dr. Fatton'a. kindred. One Lot Ginghams Assorted Patterns 5 cents <\' '. "
-'-' 'r .Onr first visit waa. in Springfield Lot Lawns 8 cents toto
One Figured
THE TOTEM OF )OLUSI .; Ohio,, .at my aiater'a home. 'A family. One Lot Men's Fancy and Ladies' Hose 5 to 7 cents : UNDERTAKING .toto t.

'jYou are. decide at the polls on dinner, the second day of oar stay, One Lot Towels 8 ft: 5 cents toto toto
: brought her daughters their husbands: '!. )'W "MI- \.
) One Lot Shoes 69 ft: 98 cents LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HAI RE.
: Wednesday next a question affecting and children, and unmarried SODa to. 1 1Irether. A nitnre and Everything for your home, the Best and Latent InIi .
toM 'the Market and our prices are aa LOW" AS POSSIBLE for the .
the vital interests of your A tiny boy .and girl just starting -
duo claaa of Goods we carry.' '1Onr| Furniture Department Is three toto
I county, the peace, happiness and out on the highway. of life, being PHONE .7 p. p. MCELROY DELAND FLA doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything in '
two weeks. old. were Introduced to as. iii our lines we will take pleasure in showing yon through either department toto;

prosperity of your ,homes, your They were very qUiet .and did not seem iito i iii We have the goods 'you need and will satisfy you tot your toto

:' wives sons and daughters. to .appreciatetbat we were all the way ____-......_NM.< ...... _..____.. ....M.N..____,- i money back 'toto' '

from Florida.. Resting at Lima Ohio, .! 'Careful Attention given all Mail Orders. ,,!
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toto
it : Yo are decide. on that ,day en field route, Ind to Mr, James Patton's at Win. ALL OVER THE COUNTYTEMS Last Thursday Prof Botts and Rev REiD BOTH II)ES. toto UNDERTAKING'DEPARTMENT. toto,
we encountered a huge rain
Mr Parker of DeLand in town
'by vote whether'or not were canvassing .
4 your and hall storm while In..a trolley car.. for the dry election. While Many ,People Insist on the Privilege toto. Mr. J., A. Stith, a graduate toto.

,the sale of intoxication: ; liquors,, The thunder.and lightning were terrificThe OF INTEREST WAFTED TO here they visited the school and complimented of Personal liberty. toto of one of the finest Embalming toto

i ,Schools of the Is _ _ _
in
wall of rain into which we ran TilE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS country
wines beer be Miss McLeod her nice school. toto
to toto
and are permitted on Editor Volnsia County Record: charge of this department and,
:: made the ,
paved streets a river, until the
in CORRESPONDENTS. room. If we have saloons In our town we toto will give prompt and careful _
; Volusia ,
: County ; whether ewers received it. We had been out to ----- toto '
-- shall have the temptation to drink: and 1 attention to every detail of thip

r s this green-eyed demon shall come McCnllough'a Lake a picnlo ground, Pierson.Capt Orange City.Mr the "personal liberty" of getting drunk.. toto. work. I f ,,; .

where one may row dive, bathe, plunge We shall have drunken, quarreling men .
to destroy the happiness on the street day and night. Funeral Supplies I \Ii
peace, _
; down a toboggan, slide into the lake, or J H Tatnm, the prosperous Frank Cordnlla is back again from If we do not have saloons in our town toto T

: and lore,of home, to bring wreck skate iu the rink to the muslo of an excellent turpentine distiller of Barbervllle was Palm Beach. I i I we shall not have the temptation to toto Always in Stock. -

band. Roller skating has been here Friday.W I drink. and. consequently less drunkenness 1.
and ruin to make and \Mr Thos Murray was a New Smyrna

'y' criminals,, to enrich paupers the rum rink revived being this bnilded summer.in Springfield.Mr. We saw a. huge B Mlnshew one of Barbervl1le's.foremo visitor Saturday.Mr I our, perhaps streets none day,and good night order and quieton :'lth.a'.:_._......:.:::!'1._., ......:oa....._._..........'i.",._:...-:=......-.-.-................-.....:.':.:-,..

James Patton's' farm at Winfield, t citizens wan circulating at Didoot made a business trip to If we have saloons we shall have --
,1 'seller at the expense of those this place Wedne lay. Tltnaville Saturday. many houses and premises in a shabby -- .
la near the Erie depot a store and post
condition there will be idleness
,
Mr N J Ohlson baa finished poverty I
) -: whosehard, earnings should go office We could not con at all the trainswe just some Rev VanSlokle and family are livingin and suffering men women and The only Hotel on Daytona Beach Open the Entire Year.

for the enjoyment and comforts saw pass' Some of them rushed by fhnrch marked Street improvements to his East the Herrick cottageMr children in rags and filth Unhappy
cottage. Are for the Summer? If so why not
homes.If you going away go
: : of their families. without stopping as though his satanic
Lovin Bennett was here Saturday -
Two of Emporia's most lovely women we do not have the saloons we shall SEABREEZE [Daytona Beach] FLORIDA
The Record hait' been majesty was in close pursuit. The milk auctioning for Mr Kolman.Dr .
aggres- Mrs John S McBride and Miss Kate have neat homes, tidy premises plentyof
sive in this campaign against the trains looked more domestic. We saw Dlllard, were shopping at this place Robinson and wife returned home business, food and clothing for our- THE BREAKERS
milk loaded for Chicago/ every morning. selves and our families. We shall have
saloon coming into Volusia and Friday. Sunday from their vacation homes. This Is home It.
The empty cans returned each evening.All / happy a question.If BY-THE-SEA
whatever assistance it has renacrd the farm houses have telephones to Capt O G Wiggins, a substantial The V I A held a meeting last Thursday we have saloons we shall have
turpentine of Lafayette criminals and in abundance, Is home-like hotel at a reasonable price. Electric lights and all
each hones and operator county, in their room at the library.Dr paupers
-----.'it.-- ;-"--afa-- -in.- t.Yi--- "nnvi"Hnn--- .--.--.- several towns 1& 1.___ 6__ ___._,_ _S.ts. _,... ._g_ _u_,_ extra officers and buildings and, con modern conveniences.. Sea food a specialty. First-class livery con
that this assistance was for the Our first family reunion was at the a.parents noto sut, Mr 0 and WV.a Mrs a V45t S E WflU Smith.415 WLLU U Curtis of New York: is going to sequently high taxes.If nection with the hotel. Rates 93 ((10 per day and upwards Special

home of Mrs. Ira BInkeman daughter erect a cottage on Oak: Ave this fall. we do not have saloons we shall weekly and by the season Ten high grade furnished cottages/! on the
best interest of its County, best of Mr. Joseph Patton. There were Somehow people here refuse to get up Mr Wm Laws sawdust have fewer criminals and paupers there. beach In connection with the hotel Special attention /given! to traveling
IS baying a o
interest of the people, for the present four generations being rep .ny tearful sympathy on account of the I I fore fewer officers to care for them and, men's comfort. H. L. KOCHERSPEROER,
road built from his mill to the .
depot.Mr Proprietor.
No better table In the State for tbe money.
dieback of the infernal little netalde consequently low taxes. ,
love, peace and contentment of resented. The ages were from seven | ,
saloon bone.yard critter. Henry Kling of Jensen was a -
months to'ellb But, say some if we do nothave aa-
the homes of mothers, wives and all ty'one years We were Onr pious neighbor, Franz Roeen- visitor in town last week, guest of Mr loons we shall loose the tourists And the e.__,__ "_ _ -=
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weighed. Some of --
k : as were gaining W H Cozen. they would leave us. .
daughters ; against this brutal money among i
in weight The dinner was a work of green, bad the misfortune of having a Yea, we shall loose the drinking tourisis. '
monster which has brought so culinary art. likely Jersey milk cow struck and badly Preaching has started at the Congregational We do not want them to bring .' EPoLA.ooTCAN5THE.KI2iDofPATIT:_ '; '! _

much misery Intd- this world- Crown) Point IS four miles from Win- crippled by passenger train No BO, church, Rev VanSickle being discord into our now peaceful town and i iTOBUY
field and forty miles from Chicago. It Saturday. the minister. in their place we shall get permanent :
murder thievery'; degradation ,
settlers. The choice is between drink :
Mrs McCorinlou of Miami la here
ia the county seat of Lake county. Here Carlile and Harper, the pork: shippers up tourists and settlers.
shame brutal husbands wrecked ing permanant ,
', ,. our' headquarters were at Mr. Joseph of this place are buying up all kinds of spending a week or so. stopping a tthe But say some, if we have saloons we lJ h. i iI

homes; poverty 'and paupers. Pat ton's. He has been In Crown Point razorbacks at pretty stiff prices. They Fenwick House get the licence tee of five hundred dollarsor I ,

.. Of binety percien't'-of crime Mrs McLeod and daughter. Miss one thousand dollars to go for the
committed twenty-three he retains farm engaged 400 head in Lake lost j
a county
years;
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the cause is traced directto four miles out., A few doors from his week and 25 from Hodge- ',Anna of DeLand, were in town last. benefit of the public I Important M.monndum........."'.-.K...I..".-_..,.?...........';.0.,..."..'.."-'" I II

the 'appointments of home are the homes of two nieces, Mrs. Mr John; Dartis of this place purchased Friday on business. and Yea bring we/ ruin get on the ourselves.paultrv license our homes. fee :::.:.::.._-:::'_::.:::'"; .I.I.'i..M$Tte'tM..:.00-..
the Delia Honk wife of young physician from Joseph Powell the house and Messrs Harry and Bert Spencer were and our families. Every dollar we get I
rum selle'r.The .. Dr. Wm. Houk and Mrs. Stella Meeker three acre lot in West Pierson last week visiting their grandparents Judge and for license costs ua twelve dollars\ in ,';We wrongly recommend Kmloch Paint. The pure,sew linKed oil it the 1
enemies of the saloon Mrs Freeman Sunday. extra taxes and discomforts. I 'W of paint and when you buy Kinloch Paint you bur the fresh linseed oil
wife of an eminent lawyer, J Frank and S E Smith purchased the Mrs O G
But people who want liquor will haveit. at die same time fight out of the barrel. Mi together gallon (for allon-and ,
should not in Wiggins Mr Andrew Baldrldee is his
content themselves Meeker. Mrs Stella Meeker Dr. Pat- property on Rosengreen Ave. : having
They will "end' nwav ami. get It. I yoa have the belt.paint that brains can make and money can buy. The coat per
simply voting next Wednesday;it ton's niece, has also been admitted:t to Capt John R Turner of DeLand was the house repaired. work.Mr Chisolm is doing We might aa well have it void 1 butt I gallon it leu han for inferior; ,grades of "Ready.Mixed" Paint. "Kmloch", < .

i ia of the utmost importance that the bar. We have been delightfully en- transacting business at this place Satur carpentering I Yes some old drinkers will send away ready to mx. Come and tee u -we'll cell you all about "KINLOCH"

I tertained at these fine; homes. Crown day. Jack Turner Is a most capable Mr and Mrs' Fenn and daughter arrived and get it, but all will not do it. Let ., I and uveyou money-lit first ecu,and in the COI'per yea?. uitar.For
every voter, who does not want us remove the temptation as far as I
home after
Point ia an Arcadian village with its official ana one of the most efficient Sunday spending ;
the saloon be to the several months In the North. possible from the young. | Sale by
gotten polls.
beautiful homes, wide lawns, green fearless sheriffs in the State of Florida It we vote against saloons the law I

The majority against the saloon trees, and flower gardens everywhere. Eugene Pierson and Charlie Smith. Mr W H Cozen received a crate of cannot be enforced I I W. M. KOLMON, Orange City, FlaWJXIIAM

next"Wednesday should be so pronounced nastnrsinms astors, sweet peas, dahlias Homer pigeons last week: from Boston, Yes it can be enforced. It baa been I I

that another roses. vines and manv nfchflra____ da.ligit _two L __plucky L .Mulligan_ .laddibncks.. of..this adding them to his pigion farm. done and can be done again. The : L KINpcHPAiNTCOMNy : _
attempt n -- pLace locacea ana Kiiieu a meamm majority can enforce it.
the ; b
the eye of plWI'er' Ed Demro killed a rattle snake near
i will never be made to bring it sized catamount or spotted, short tailed If I want a drink: I want a place wher .
The! second Patton renni..n was at the Tee-Hoo Grove last Monday.measured I -i,4
wild in the :an go ,and get it.
oat hammock last week anda
into V.olnsia. Fair grounds, the last day of the Fair. good catch of fish. near 5 feet and had 6 rattles and a Yes, you want a place to go and get a

'. Voters of the smaller precincts Lake county Fair grounds contain forty button drink, but do you want a place to lead

should 'not be influenced by acres. It is a lovely spot. A lake lisa Mrs Lola the accomplished, talented Mr Will Abbott who has been spending others to rain KOLMON,
The hotel interest demands the sale ,
the argument or' contention that almost in the center of the forty acres, wife of Mr C H Merriam, the experienced a couple of weeks with his sister of liquor. .
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and the ground rises gently from the, plasterer and decorator, with her Mrs English left last weak for Her- We have an example here on the DEALER IN

-. '- "nd matter, the county does go lake: The race-track la around this lake. handsome little daughter, Guests, moved nando. coast where a hotel lost ,large share of .

.wet'it; will not affect the communities' Launches are upon It. and were full of from this place to Tampa Saturday to i A good many from Lake Helen came its patronage because liquor was sold in Hardware, Furniture Dry Goods, Second Hand Goods, EtcI

;;' outside. of incorporatedtowns .people witnessing all that took place. 'join ber husband. We congratulate over Saturday on the morning train to the Voters-To town. ,
sum the whole matter.
as the law even then From any part of the grounds you Tampa on having gained this respected attend the auction, but were disappointed if want up and bappi
pro- you peace prosperity and and bet-
family have consolidated two stores have larger
now
have a view< of, the lake, and the as the auction would not start until in my
, < homes and the
hibtsthe' sale race ness your throughout 1'
of in household
:whiskey suchcommuDltles ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general ,
: course around the lake. Thursday while Mrs R H
The morning saloons. Ever
grand ,vote the ,
1' 4pm; so they returned home on the county against goods than I have heretofore carried, aud you will find the price right.
if a school house or stand was packed with spectators; it Ashley and Mrs F B Carlile were playIng noon train. cent you spend for liquor is so much In second hand household department can be found some big bar-

', church is' within four miles." band will have alternate to be with enlarged.the Crown The Lowell Point\ with the children they ran across --- ., taken the from your seller.own Vote home with and givento gains.my (I buy and sell second hand household goods, etc.) I promise
liquor your
an exceedingly large cotton month Glenwood. you bargains In either department. Prompt attention given all orders
This is an argument talked by band in dincourseing' good muslo during eyes open. Take your choice.
, and quick: delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders.
' the saloon elemment that the dryvoters the day. Three acrobats gave an exhibition moccasin near Mrs Carlile's front gate I). M. BlNGHAM SB.
before the horses appeared..' 1 They sent little Miss Flossie for S E The farmers are trying to make hay Daytona. Fla. WM. KOLMON ORANCE CITY, FLORIDA -
:L; of such communities may saw the premium cattle pass in review. Smith who dispatched his moccasin- between showera. ,

take l less interest !in the contest They were big animals.On ship with a load of shot In abort order. ---
Sept. 7th was the last Patton re The school Is to commence Oct 2nd. There Is a general cleaning up of
'r and not go to' the polls. Do not union. They began coming from their Capt B B Minshew surveyor and civil Miss Unquiet of DeLand is to teach. yards and premises going on at DeLand !

be thus influenced!' go out and homes about nine o'clock, and it was a engiijeer of this place baa a good force The DeLand people propose to make ..:,,_.....C:_..-....._._.........................._......_._.-._._...........".., ......Jr.
, splendid company., AU the kindred who of bands ditching, grubbing and clean Myrtle Conrad spent several days their respective homes yards and premIses :.a- ......e:: ee: e:: I:': I:': ICO: : .
vote for the best interest of the could come were there. Besides coming 1 with her friend Nellie Keown of De- aa attractive aa possible for the m J m
entire people and ;for God and from their breath acres out of town aud ing a 20 acre lot adjoining his truck Land. winter season.Letterto. ,
Never Before
'' farm on Lake George, known his M mm
and their residences in Crown Point, I as Mr W Marsh Is going to move into the
for home. The whiskey element there were four from Chicago two from Drudy hammock gardens. Bryant Is not E. L. McBride
Russell house to send his children to
will be there in full force. Wilmington, and three from Elgin. Dr. with the (0w
? Patton'a dear slater Katie was stingy ingredients of his apondaliok school. (fl t W Have we carried a more .
broughton
DeLand Florida
They,will work the blind tiger her roller chair in the Thu bag. J S Baker and John Dartia Mr Geo '
Hill of
care reunion have of work. made a visit to Jacksonville !t Complete Stock .
charge
Dear Sir
much
: Porterhouse so neckso
would have ;
racket on you ; that the blind tigertiin been incomplete lost week on business, returning on
much all the between.
: without her. In age, they ranged from They gave a sumptuous banquet last Monday. ; way n
f the county,and why not two yearn to eighty one years three Thnrsnay evening. School trustee Gue Just so with paint. Devoe lead.and- FURNITURE
legalize !sale and, the county generations. pre sllt. Matrons,, maidens Mrs J B Conrad spends the most of zino Is the porterhouse. Nobody wants
Haocstrorn and his
I and little girls, men end boys, had a exemplary indulgentwife her time in DeLand since Mr Conrad the neck, the between some say, Is good m
, : get the benefit of the moneyfrom bright, happy day, never to be repro- of Bosengreen avenue entertained hurt his foot. enough/ for them. ; 4 Everything for your homea3e -the latest in style-the best 't'f

': license.i ,i A'Godloving'people do'i' duced. The nelghboia. ulao bad a part a select company of folk at a parting But Devoe costs less, not more than f\ that IS We want to take you through this departH\ .
Mr and Mrs Waterman I
in our reunion in returned the ment of Store will find the and .,.
Bonding a wealth of dinner party complementary to Mias. between. Lead and oil ia between; It our You goods you want
not care to get 'money from such flowers which made the tables a picture. I I Pauline 9th, after spending several weeks with ia the eld-fashion paint.- But zinc has I(fI t W at prices that ICAN'T "
Gunter. who' left Monday to .
After dinner the friends in Illinois Iowa and Nebraska. .
Y' ,a,source, and blind tigers a, thou- .lv.a mnA ever tr\r3r preaeut*1A *tn paotofyvAmha *. ...Aof resume her studies at the Cuthbert. come.. in._Zino,tonghena. I _white, lead-De-., I!t BE DUPLICATED m
P Parties wanting to rent houses for the voe .1014.11"is tue paioc tone wears ....
.f"ro"1 sand times before the saloon the memOmp; : i Georgia ladies 'A"
after young college.Mr
.! ,, ,, y tha nxna twice as long as lead-and-oil. ,. ,
winter can find them here, some furnished ru""u" " "
J .where the rum seller outanct delay. Doctor's niece Mm. Jennie Mnz- W H Woodard of -
comes ,Bakerahnrg Mr John N Deltel, Fair Haven, N Y.
} zall took him for a drive early in bill others not. We hope to see them ill
4t': :;c ,;publicly invites the father,, visit to the beautiful City of the Dead member and, deacon In ,the Baptist all occupied before the holidays. writes: t Undertakers and Embalmers. /t>,
.., Here his father and mother church at this place baa erected a sub- "Mr Charles Hollenbeck of this .
?\' brother d"soa in thai his coffers I are buried 1 The wanderers have commenced to place, ;
1 ,; and the grave of others of the kindred' stantial wire fence around his family painted his house three years ago with $ Full Line of Fine Goods JJJrj ,
fr: be. filled the drInker return. Rev West and wife from ,
may parting are there, who have been called\ to the 1 burial lot in the Baptist cemetery, here came Devoe lead and-zlnc; his father painted .

,.iJltJ. with money that should go to his I other and better life Dr. Patton has and also set a handsome head and Daytona Beach a tew days 'ago, after at the same time with lead-and-oil. To- Always on ,hand. ,/ \.
had a source of great joy and comfort up spending over, five weeks fishing and day the aon'a house looks as well as the
,
family. The ,blind tiger is one in meeting his kindred. and the write foot tomb-atones at the resting place of day it was painted, while the fatner'.
'tk' 'of the'i inducements offered to legalize will never forget her kindly reception his son, Allie who died in Galveston, enjoying the ana air, when they,were house''r 1 baa all chalked off and needs $; J. F. ALLEN & CO. 3

.. Our niece Mra. ;Anna Dickinson,' at- Texas last year and was buried here. not fighting mosquitoes. painting very badly. The father says ,
,i> I. the, hell, in you'r County. tended the Dickinson reunion last Satur Rev W A Lowder 'E H Shoemaker! and Dr IS R Brush of he will paint with Devoe next time." .

: 1, HOW day making two reunion in one week preached three Yours trulyF. ....."., ..- _....................._."., ._._._......_._._......_.........._._...... .
Daytona few
'i p ,, : 'TO ,MARK'TOOK, BALLOT for her. We made a trip to Chicago most excellent sermons in the Methodist spend a days with friend "':',11:1: :': C':C':co: e::I:':C': co:eo: I:': co:co--:

,. M Voting will 'be by official ballot lass Saturday visiting some dear people church here Saturday evening, Sunday here this month before the Doctor atarte W. DEvon & (ToO. _. -
., whom we had not seen. Our stay morning and evening, to large and <5 to Washington/ D O, where he expects W. Fisher sells our paint -------
_ /(,;; ': Vt. :prepared; by the Oounty CotnmisLf was all too abort for na. We went witnMiaa sympathetic congregation a Brother to spend the winter at Bliss J .. ..... .. ............. .

]&\'': '#>. ioneraY::audit i is Important that Flora Patton the daughter of; Lowder baa gained a warm place in the electrical school. Bids Wanted
i
tif : James Patton, to the big store and
<* ;: (:yott indicate your choice by care- abe proved herself a model of patience, hearts of all' the! people of this place.' A short time ago the sad news reached The City of DeLand' will receive bids I TE.W. BOND co |

; uUyjmarfcing; the ballot in the and an experienced ,ahopper. After He gave tha !liquor hell booze cribs halo. here that one of the settlers that came until and including September 80, 1905,
: :! ; .}., ; : for 2150 cords of 4 foot to "
done, pine wood be
shopping was we went to a Ger- here in 1882 Mrs
Columbia in Strewn of Ottawa HI
_ ': {$,..manner, presoribedtby! law. Upon man restaurant near Carson Pane & 3e abstinence IIl11li1unda.,la morning sermon. delivered at the city plant wood racks.. $ ManufaoturerH of JiS 1 '
aaya the only safe had passed away after
suffering eight
: order of the Fire and Committee
; Co's atore. It,waa unlike By Water -
.t., ; : !p.tInghepolIing! place the any placforeating practice for all people and more especial with When she '5' 11.
I ever was In. On entering yoa years paralysis. came of the City CounciL
,' "i.;:.,:'llMpectofi will give you, a,.ballot lake a tray and a plate and pass along ly for all religiously inclined folk. hare in 1882 she bought land and etarted E. D. .MoLEoD,' Orange Box Material'\ Pineapple Crat, sHI;>each .) .-" .

_ ". \ ;Mtbsantiajjy. of. >the following he: counter where meat, vegetables, A working party. Mrs Nell Fieraon a. grove and Mr Strawn spent two City Clerk. Crates and Peach Baskets :

1., .,', ft, ;........... [!:!\.: ,;.: -. aalada, blacntta! plea, oaken, coffee ooooaana ,!\if ra G Haursfcrom_ and the thran.__ 'Antl__ winters here with her and part of the September 30, 1900 $ Orange ,,Straw:1::
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I.. .' t ; "" 1of jf.';, '* .... ,. ea are' oelDg served Your tray trustees n nn __ u_ _, _____ ___ ___ __ _L_ _. .
;,1 ',/' : -'or .leo'iit being/ supplied with what yoa wish you menly Hagstrom, Nels Pienon children. Mr< Strawn died i in 1892. ; Ioerry OaSKer:5.: tU.1: :t' .
,' '. .:Special, go to a stand and on survey a check of and Dand Jones, gathered at the schoolhouse After his death one of the children came '

''.,;.,,,, : ." ctne, mber219O6I'e.' and the amount after you mast pay, to given you, Friday and cleaned yards house with her and spent some time in their I JOHN, B. WELCH, |; Orders. Filled Promptly andcshiPpedjwhere. -...S r: ? :.
.r1 ':"' :Volnsia taking your dinner
... \")'" h unrv ;: ; "-"> you pay and thA
0<' arranged seats and the school Florida home and
1 seemed to enjoy It :,
....";r".. ,r, County, sake. cross mark aa you pass oat._ Everything WM nicely S I
','..1r" X before cooked, and It la a good plao* to go.,' opened np 0 K Monday 'morning with until their mother waa afflicted. Since ORANGE CITY, ,FLA 'j} ,._
jtoar. ,choice.. ),- : : an enrollment of 80 pupila' and the then the three daughters have given all '" ,.... \
f0 :': .: r-T--r." : ', : : ;: J On"Tuesday w. drovi) 'oUI to 'Mr. school seems to be in good and wtaole- their time and attention to caring for ; Address \ :t 'I"'i.: '
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I,". Von6".t:"" ";.;' '.r,1.(1'"i1' Seymour Pattoa. farm and it llaa fair some hands under the management of her. The brother Lawyer Strawn. and Fancy and Staple Groceries Tobacco '" THE E. W. BOND CO., ;?J" ."; "

''r,:f'' I ,,, .. '. -," --. :... !looked'upon'ibe'preirte to aae'",It. bad been long since' 'we bad Mua B Bradwell, teacher, who la family of Illinois, spent some time here K Cigara., : ,
'. !' I 'and'Ita far pleasantly domiciled at Mrs Nels Pier- last winter and his Is having the 1-4. '
-t" 'L..Iu.-) ,l> 'r'-I'tt,;"., distances fascinating.lTbe I grove eke Helen Fla. |
are \AI
u ''', "F," ..f'x"! ',. sun rise sou's, boarding boom onVolu.la cared for, which looks as if be had not \
'. avenue. ,
., __, :,,_ .", 1'IIminde1lll Mr. Seymour of Patte the lun-rllIe'OO.' She ocean. R lost all hope In Florida orange, :jet, Mr Dry Goods, Shoes S; Hats: Etc., Etc.:' = ;> '

:_ &.' : soiling.. ,, ,.oM, <"lI<_t. two dangbter.'sa4 a 110II.family and constate kindneaa of Enterprise. of Bredow U hia agent and haa a number . ................. ................... ..
I young treea set in the grove.
and neatness and good ohaar prevail all .. Beat and Goods
Freshest
Canned
.1", : 7k..th. ballot,into,the/pollad the Mmb, It ia AM aiatat to see hundreds < '
Mm hand and all
flratclass
of U F Qnaokenboo and conatantly on '
doom two
i ahickena daughters -
mk cross mark' .com to got abel supper goaa K,-and?. turkeys were in'DeLand an Saturday ,U C:' v'iieeiing; "Groceries. for your" ,table.I' .," BOND LUMBER COMPANY. :

$0 the left the"'prop-) << : "We are baring a good time:' 1u1 we ,Miaa': Mabel Thayer, returned. 'to-day The members of Loving Camp No. ,

,.'whieh', you d, l ire' to. must 10 pasa the on.uigb'-We' are Ilk. "ships thai from her pleaaant visit al Bine Spring 1598. United Confederate VOLSTSI,., are Country. Produce bought, Will quote yon prices and. supply yon.'from their yards. near the depot at DCCamber ... 4 ; :<;&;.ir' .
". 'V/10; ; a word, hereby notified ""
T that
j : all ia durknwa. Mr Clark Ltxraardy of Cetera ,waalo the regular quarterly ., I ..',,, ,WIOrden' ,...tb the beet oypr.s an4 Y8110, pin.' -jl 11
W go Bprlmjflala" bi.idto''lIia.b( Enterprise. and neighborhood taking the in time meeting of the Camp will be held ,:receive careful ,attention, '
court house in Flooring Ceiling
Mouldings
I oar: vidt' lIIe.IIeDtember! ,DOta. ,we. census, on..laM Wednesday., day, Oct. brd. Bosioea DeLand of, importance on To*.- and delivery prompt.. ,Yo will ,, Turning* ,. .
rxi>Mt to twill DaLand.---:, "" '.:Miss So*,LIsler\loft to-day for, theKwh to be transacted. By order of find my prices aa low aa the Joweat, iE SHINGLES I LATH ,

- I .. :+:r'i .t.iii 1i r. abs trill stay until Oct lat, ,U. M. BxmfBTT'' Gives. mo call. ..'",,_"II I' : \ ,' ETC. .' _

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It, I"'fr'\II\ LOCAL Fresh onion seed for.fall planting at
SYNOPSIS. Fishers. I
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Fresh Flab at Marsh Bro's. market''

"'UF' IMVOttTANT..SKWS': ITEMS OK" every Friday. / / '

1'IIE PAST WEEK. Old school books exchanged for new


G. A. Dreka & CO'S Leea1 aDd ."..la'l' Item for th..'eople'. ones'School at Fisher's books drag bought store., sold and ex''' the y'' t

changed,at Fisher's Drug store: f
Pap.r Brl.f! M.ntlon of F.ot. ..
Mr. E. T. Gross and son James are ;
a..n 10.oar R.port.r. : ; ,
spending the week at Coronado Beach,

,r = 1' Department Store W S. Taylor Dentist. Joe Davis and family are now occupying

Fresh garden seed at Flatter's.Dr. the VanHorn cottage Voorhis

Mellette't Remedies at Allen's.Dr. Ave
Phone 77 Mrs. W. O. Cannons and children are
Halley will ocoapy the pulpit at ; ,
spending the week by the sea on Day i
the Baptist church Sunday.
tona's Beach. :;,
School books and school supplies\ ut
The wife of Alderman J. H.
Men's Straw Hats at the Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy. Gentry '
and her sister Mrs. Futch have returnee : ; ; n I

Mr. C. E. Blane and the children have from a summer stay at Saluda, N. C. { \
a Large Reduction. retnrned from their visit to Kentucky. i .
Mr. Wade, the toner, has been here ''
'.f Get garden seed that will germinate from Orlando this week putting in '!4i
and come true. Fisher has them, just In. .
order a number of pianos in DeLand
4 Men's Summer Suits Hon J. B. Oonrad was a Olenwood homes. .
visitor to DeLand the first of the week. -
I Miss Tanner's dancing class gave a I.

{ 20 per cent off : Mr. and Mrs. George N. Dozier/: ot: masquerade ball at thePutnam Wednesday '

Orange City ware> in town the first of evening, and the little people had a LI

'' M.1 the week. great time.Tutoring, .
Large Remnant Sale 'J
2 Sheriff Jack Tnrner made a trip to and private teaching in the : .

r.y co .,of' on Lawns. i the Pierson section Saturday on official. primary and intermediate grades. Highest .J,

.W C business. references. Mrs. R. M. Peek, Shinier ,.

Postmaster Leavltt of our sister house.
r(
town Orange City was a visitor here G. C. Hessee of New Smyrna has on ..!
Don't .
forget to ask
f ;:. the first of the week. rented the Dore house North Boulevard ;

;}{ Mrs. Sam Wilson children which his family will occupy, the
'i ;' for a Fashion Sheet. and on the ,
children attending school here.
,i :;! .: beach at Goodall during the summer, j
W- returned home Saturday. Mr. S. B. Pierce, one of the solid and

: (: Special attention given School books school writing material, substantial citizens of Norman Park. tag w

i vlit' tablets, etc., for your children at the Ga., spent several days in town this ;'

:. ,: tJ :, to Mail Orders. Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy. Watts.week visiting his friend Mr. W. W. ;

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Mr. J. Hall
Brnmsey and bride ar .
, \ *. ._ rived and Mr. John Cranor is in Atlanta after a ,;
..r1 Saturday are occupying the
,. ::,(. : horses. When the
of additionto
car big
..'- \ Davis home on West Howry Ave. {
, : .
. :; G A. Dreka & Co's his stables is completed Cranor will
Mrs. W. J. Braddock of Hnntlngton, ,
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" : have one of the best equipped liveries
Is the guest of her brother and sister Ri

: ; i:' Department Store. Mr. Walter Burgess and Mrs. V. T, Florida. f
Barr. Mrs. Archie Wood has been critically

ill at her home on West New York Ave,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hayward, who
Phone 77 Her condition Is some improved, _her ,;
spent the month of August at the old
physician, Dr. Hanson, reports, but she .
home in Massachusetts, retnrned Saturday
:_ ';TI'I.t'; last. is yet very 111. not \
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',r The ballot boxes for next Wednesday'
', ,;:r All school books used as text books day "
Eyi',' ",.,.ti: election are being dispatched this week
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in the public schools of the and
county
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. .: 'I',:." by Supervisor of Registration John R. .
.', school stationery can" be had at Fisher's <
.....,'/ .. Wetherell and Sheriff Turner to the 20 the
drug store.
'11)). '. voting
precincts.
': : r4 The trains have brought lots of people
I, ". - 0 __ into the city this week. Many of these There will be preaching at the First (
.: M. E. church on Sunday morning by
; people are coming to have their children
..t the Pastor, Rev W. E. Dean, at 11. <
attend Stetson.
Sunday school at 10 a. m All are

; P:l! Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy Maine pected Dr. and home where Mrs Tuesday Mrs.W. S.Taylor from Taylor spent Ra.ngeley.are the ex- cordially Judge McCrory invited. returned Wednesday of and, !: ':'


. from the coast, where he had been
summer with her sister.
. i DEALERS IN putting in some telling blows against
Mrs. Edward here
Fitzgerald was the saloon and in favor of the dry side
.i ; Choice Fresh from Daytona the latter part of the I
Toilet the
Drugs, Stationery, Articles in the coming election.Mr. ; ,
week having the household goods packed
i ; : Lowney's Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, I and shipped to the const home. D. O. Stricklin, the rich turpentine i

;Ji/: ; Fresh Garden Seed.- Agents School Books Mr. Wallace Foard returned the first brought operator his family in the to DeLand south end for has the of[ .;,I

:,: xi'..' and School Supplies. of the week from his vacation, and is children to attend Stetson They are
.' again at the head of the dry goods department occupying the Cleaveland residence on

.' .F'' (.J' .( at Dreka's. He came home Rich Ave. !: /;
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.: 'oj '.' We keep all colors of the celebrated Sher- alone. Hon. James. W Perkins, Attorney at .

Ben Fish, who was in charge of the Law and Solicitor of the Criminal Court
. 1'0.0' man-Williams Paint; also beautiful line Wall County Clerk's office while Clerk Jordanwas of Record, received this week a very i0'i.
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, : >. Paper, latest paterns. Give us a trial order. away on his vacation, left Mondayto handsome desk for his office and about Mr.
visit the scenes of his childhood in SO sections for additional books for his the

: i;>: LUMLEY & OSTEEN PHARMACY Indiana.[ law library.
PartiesMsltingin DeLand, may send Rev. R. L. Honiker, pastor of Grace

heir children to Beelar's School and Methodist Episcopal Church South,

.:: t:" ....- DeLand, Florida have them continued in their courses saving returned to the city, will conductthe

... .'.'-ow. I. without change: of books. Individual services of the church as usual, next
, ::' nstrnctlons. Correct methods. Sunday when he bones to meet all the

members of the congregation.Dr. .
.. i Minnesota Ave., always one of the
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:. .:;. handsomest of the many pretty streets Lincoln Halley and family came the
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: of DeLand looks much prettier after in Tuesday from the North. The President r .

:j I :: : A. H. WOODALL Phone having been shelled. This is a good is now very busy preparing for the

J 79 piece of public work done by the city. opening of the University next Wednesday .

:. council. which promises to be the blgglst
.'Fine Groceries City Clerk E. D. McLeod, for the Fire opening in the history of this Institution.

. and Water Is
Committee advertising Only a year or so ago/: Postmaster COD
:
'x';. for bids for 260 cords of wood to be delivered Qibbard added a large number of lock ,

;':!:,: OUR STORE at the city pumping station. boxes to the DeLand.poetoffice, Now : a

See the notice elsewhere in these he is arranging to put in a couple of
';' We started oat to make our Store a public necessity, and columns. .
oar whole endeavor shall be (given to this end. hundred more. They are needed, andIs
'. tv Mr. Sam Jordan has returned from one evidence of the continued growthof
r ; OUR POLICY vacation spent at Highlands. N. O., and DeLnnd. "

.: Is back at his office at the court house. The State this week awarded to the and
"i We decided when we started in the business to build up a
,::: '. reputation for honesty and square dealing with our customers Mrs. Jordan, little Ray and Mrs. G. W. E. O. Painter Printing Co. of this place, of \
and shall always stick to this because we believe it pays in Fisher are in Atlanta but will return the contract for reprinting and bindinga .
'" the end. home week. age
'" :<" next large number of the Supreme Court

iJ :' OUR STOCK All the elementary and high school Reports. It Is the largest single contract i.,
. 'r' branches, all the business branches In. For printing the State has ever awarded. ",

.(",'. :. We carry a ..took nnequaled in quality and price; we carry eluding special courses in shorthand It will take about a year to do the work. J
. :, :;-4 everything the trade calls for but if there is anything in oar
: ,{,a .. line you want, which we haven't kindly tell as and it won't typewriting, and book-keeping, are Mr. George 0. Powell, who has 90,000
; take as long to get it. taught at Beelar's School by an experienced -
t7 teacher., acres of turpentine lands over in the flat

,;-. OUR HOPES woods, spent several days in town this for
' 1 ., Mr. and Mrs. Chas Anderson left
.t. ": II),,. We hope to give efficient service to our patrons daring the Monday for a month's vacation in the week. Mrs. Powell and the children,

:'. I.::';, coming season, and ask for your patronage. 'mountains of Tennessee and North at present in North Carolina, will come of !r
to DeLand In the fall, the tour children
'. Carolina. Grandmother Anstln will
t. PHONE 79 A. H. WOODALL take care of the baby daring Mrs. attrndlng Stetson. Mr. Powell cont<>uv as and : '

' : t.J' .. Anderson's absence plates erecting a fine home at DeLand, ,

P' 3-,: his family residing here that the children {
. .... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. L. Ames and
be educated at the Stetson Uni,
;: : '; daughter friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. may (
versity. The Powell family are the
.' W, Ripley, came in trom Massachusetts ; F''
; ., About Piano TnnlDg.f Mr. E. O. Painter was the principal I richest turpentine operators In the ..
' at the onion Saturday. They contemplate locating
t. speaker large meeting of Southern StateLThe
f ; : the
, !, : The regular rate for tuning is I fire here for the daughter to attend the -
Sunday school at the
i. .: dollars which I la entirely reasonable for Presbyterian Stetson University.Mrs. whiskey element of the county,

: ,! ';;" thorough work. I cunnot take any more church last Sunday night Mr. Painter's W. a Watts and all the children those conducting the saloon campaign, ; :
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subject "The Past and Future
\" 7 r.r. ,;: pianos "by the year." It does not pay. Conditions was," anent the saloon and no arrived from a summer's stay in Ken are sending out to the voters, at this late : I

, _\ Pianos are getting too numerous for one saloon in Volnsla county and he very tacky Monday, and have moved Into day, a last appeal for the county to go

r.i to be tied to a certain number of them. clearly demonstrated that the county iieminently the new home on North Boulevard. 'Mr. : wet, offering all kinds of ridiculous Dr. 4

.' I find that piano owners over the better off, has been, and will Watts met them In Jacksonville and arguments why it should, and no efforts
always be without the
,
; State work all others demoralizing made to'tell the truth. Voters should
S": t tr prefer my to Influence of the saloon, which brings accompanied them home V'
whatever the There be misled such literature these
;_ price are plenty not by ?
nothing with It but misery, ,
nnbappinera The authorities
are doing everything
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who will for the best and I
not grunt- and rain and men are sending out There I is not a
\ ",< : ble. Be thou one of them and prepare I to onr children young men.The that can be done to ferret out the crime at
, I j: J V. recitations by the children were truthful fact In all they are sending out
thy
of burning the Goodrich home at Oak
much enjoyed. The church full nt 8 :
tooverfiowlDg.
was It[ Is effort their to
simply
: an on part
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; 0 E! WADg. I Hill on August 14th. Sheriff Turner i be I
nflnence the voter to vote wet, absolute
t'' lays he will make every effort to place 'J
; 1' ly and alone for their selfish gain. '
i'. .:: ; NtiEttFFFFtFFFFFFtFFFFFFFkFFtFFtFFFFttFFtFFFFFFFFFr : the crime on the guilty party or parties. '
r.. Mr. V. T. Barr and Miss Mattie Burgess
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_', .... Mrs. R. 'P,, Moore has. leased the
0 married last
were Friday evening
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.. Monroe house on North Boulevard and Ihe
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: ': : THE ,ST. ELMO. I will rent' furnished rooms this season. at the Methodist' parsonage. Rev. W E the
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I } Dean of that church performing the
\ are. Q. P. Woodward and son Stanley 1 l '
The lovers ) ;
ceremony young wre ,
: ; ; i have rooms there, arriving from the
" M' : alone at the Burgess home on Howry
North
Wednesday. The
+ ,son resumes
Ave. The license had been secured and I
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bin studies at Stetson.
: ;: y ; Visit our popular Ice'Cream ; :
; t Cenie is at at 8 o'clock they walked_across to the a m ( ;
+ '> Nv Parlors, try ,our', delicious =: his Mr.parents and Wright his DeLand home friends visiting His parsonage and were married. Mrs. a m; ; ; '

J '.H. = Oream and Sherbet:: 'cold $: leadqaarter are now Dallas Texas, Burgess and] Miss Dora are In North ior ( ; \(
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Carolina, and Walter was, at the time, I
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.. .. drinks, etc. Comfortable. having that State and several others ala .
t'f.t.1, chairs, and best service, and S territory\ looking:after the buelnllN off on a business trip'to Sanford. Mr. tb
and Mrs. Barr will .
40.f go to house keeping
J ...," i'','7T"he St. El don't- forget to'try our flne';. $ of several leading Insurance companies.At ID one of the Boynton cottages"on the :
.mo. Pies candies the special meeting,of the 'Boardof .
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before go.'
I! t you same street Mr. Barr,has been with i
:\ bread,cakes" County Commissioners,' held last. Me en. G.A Dreka & Co. for a numberof :

.t, w' maccarooney''' ..... Saturday,for the purpose of restoring years and Is a popular'clerlr behind .
; 4'i any voters name to the.registration
i 4 'lady alwaysfresh flngere: W. ;' book that may'have) been erroneously the dry /good counter of that establishment eta ;: : : : : r
B..FUDGER. p O His pretty bride ha raided at '
w ,,, 1 r ha stricken Board;no ponjiplalnt to'the was made 'and DeLand since her childhood and the ha beet d: ; ;' .,


+ 'y ,, KlkiwissasJ... ...... ..... .. meeting. adjourned (September' many congratulations friends of and, both best"wishes.extend happy ;[:, __.AK8JI '...::.as,'II Promptly' Executed. ..),., "

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Notice. Notice of Final '
Discharge

AN EVARTS FEE. Notice la hereby given that on Wednes. Notice Is hereby (given that the underIgned ATLANTIC COAST LINEThe
3 r.O; day January 3rd, 1006 the undersigned Administratrix of the estate of Cy.
administratrix of the estate of W fancier H. Waters will tbe
> 555 THE BLOOD rue deceased on lOtli day :
kewlnar How It
MmtlMaf ,
aBe > Bristol deceased, will present her final ao ot February. A D 100(1( present her final aooount ; '
too Poor Writ*. ooanc and vouchers aa such admlnlstratr((7 I I as such; Administratrix' to the Honorable Great t Through Car Line From Florida
Kot/tnnuy. lawyer write leglbly and 'J' to the Hon. J. Lee MoCrory Judge of the'' County Judge of Volusla County) '. ,'
.tho Jilte,William M. Everts wrote such .3. S. S. for the blood has grown to be h County Judge Court of Volusla county Florida at hi. oIB.... at DeLand Florida,

,. 'AiMtCovrabhi band that It wee very of- household saying. When the blood is out of order, or Florida and aak for a final discharge as and ask for a final discharge. '
such adml latratr1 This 11105
9th
is the first of August ,
\\tttt d'WIll.lIt.to.readlt.;! Tbl caused A needs treatment from any cause this great remedy thought MARY W. BRISTOL LOUISE WATERS CONNECTIONS ':1i
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.//mirtake:atone, time which resulted ink and used by thousands of people all over the country because it is superiorto Administratrix of the Estate of wheelorH. Administratrix. ) ,

'/ ,tH M eminent lawyer receiving a retain all other blood purifiers. It is a purely vegetable remedy and ;while it Bristol.Executors'. the East t )} THE mond ATLANTIC and COAST LINE via Charleston R .' "
penetrates the circulation and forces out all poison and morbid matter, it Washington. '
; er" for ten.time. the amount be request '
ed. The late.William Allen Butler an also builda up the entire system by its fine tonic effect. During the win. NoticeAll Notice of Final. Discharge. ; "' '
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Notice Is that the undersigned ''To' ) The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.The .
ten months the natural ave-. hereby given .
creditors legatee dlstlbutees sad
West
eminent,member of the New York bar from blood and .
I impure general }
w"
suffering administrator with the will annexedof ,
? The Mobile & Ohio R. R via
of waste have all claims the Montgomery. ;
r counsel I for the In nues bodily of had persona having against ea J
wa one of legatees run-down condition the .y.tem. I no ap" tate of Amelia Lawrence deceased, are the estate of Lewis A.A.u.tln. deceased : ,,
the celebrated Stokos will caae year become dull and weak and petite was losing flesh, and an all-gone tired feel. hereby notified to present the same to the will on the first day of February, A D1906, ..- "
,ago| la ,which the late Dr. Uenrjr P. failed to perform their full lag that made me miserable. I began the use of undersigned Executor within twelvemonths die his final' aooount, together with his To* Via Savannab'and Ocean Steamship Company for New '; ;,; I',

,,1 Btearn ,was oue of the export wit. duty,the blood has been slug. a S. 8., and my blood was restored to its nor- from this date, or the same will be re'n. J. Lee UcCrory, EastTo j York Philadelphia and Boston. -
gish and an extra amount mal, healthy condition. My appetite" returned I forever barred. County Judge of Voluala County, Florida. Tde Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore. '.,
nesses. Something like $10,000,000 was bla office. In Florida and ask
at DeLand.
: ,
This March 10th IOOS Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners "
that "tired and :1
of and waste mat- increased in weight feeling" Jeft TranhpuitationCompany / : ,
.. Involved.'and Mr. Butler told his cli poisons JAMBS H. CUTLER, that the same be allowed and approved and Via Steamship. for Baltimore and .
I. again e1f. .. .. Philadelphia.
Le ters have accumulated in J" my JAMES L. OKR tbat he be discharged as such administrator
cut that >would like an associate In Oblo. VICTOR ,
the and been abColumbu., STt1BBncS Executors with the will annexed. To KEY WEST '
the conduct the case.. He was asked system '.. .
Cor. lIarthman and WashIngton Aves. : W. L. OSBOtlNK, and VU PENINSULA. ANDOCCIDENTAL (
; whom he ,would suggest and he uldII' sorbecfby ft. With the corn- Administrator with the will annexed of I STEAMSHIP CO. -
t./1 f' f -.r
be thought Mr. IDvnrts would be the lag of Spring and warm weather the blood Is aroused and stirred to quicker Notice to Debtor. and Creditors the estate of Lewis A. Austin deceased. HAVANA.Interchangeable. -. ,:: \ .

.I his action and in its effort to throw off these acids and poisons the akin suf Notice la hereby given that the undersigned This July 2Bib, WO' : .
K beflt.umu to knowledge tickets
owing
superior baa been appointed Administratrix mileage good over 13,000 miles: of the principal railway ,* ,.
or tho law and his gront reputation fers. Boils. pimples, blotches rashes and eruptions break out and con or the estate of O. P.Jolly and all parties of the Southern States i are on sale 1 by the principal agents. 'A'

c" : as an advocate. The client: agreed tinue until the blood is cleansed and made pure. S.* S. S. is the ideal remedyfor holding claims or demands against said Notice of Final Discharge. "Through Pullman Sleeper Port 1 amps to New York, via Atlantic East Coast Line ,'.

and Mr. Butler : was Instructed to see this condition; it clears the blood of all impurities makes it rich and estate will present the same to the undersigned Notice Is hereby given that. on Monday For complete information call on E. L. Powe Ticket agent; or address ; .
; / Chronic within two from this date or administratrix FRANK C. BOYL8TON Dint Pass. Agent W. D. STARK, Traveling I'ass.. Agent
; strong and these skin troubles pass away. Rheumatism Catarrh year October 80 1008 the undersigned, (
: If Mr. Bvtii'ts would Into the
,: come. Sores and Ulcers Scrofula Contagious Blood Poison and all other diseases the same will be forever barred. de bonla non oum teatamento 130 West Bay Street, Actor Building, Jacksonville, Florida. '
I! case. CABRIX B. JOLLY annexe of tbe estate 01 Martha D. White H. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager W.J. CRAIG General Pa. ..gent '
engel .
;;' 'Accordingly Mr. Butler wrote to Mr. of the blood are cured by S. S. S. Book on the blood and any advice de- This Sept. 1, 1006. Admiolstratrix.Notice dooea OO. will present her final a000unLaith Wilmington. North Carolina. "

.i\:, Bvarts hUll Invited him ta be associated aired. free of charge. mE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATIAHTA tSA said estate and the vouchers therefor .
to Debtors and Creditors. tAt Hon. J. L. MeCrory, County Judge of -'
\ : In the case and flume his retaining 9 __ __u___ __ Voluala County Florida, at his offlue In
l$!..!, ; fee In (.due time he received a reply Notice Is hereby given that the nnder- OeLnnd In said county, and a.k that said

:' which be saw. at a glance was In the Notice of Final Discharge. signed has been appointed by tbe Hon. J. aooount he allowed and that she bedlaonarired ';'

: 'affirmative, and without stopping to THE KALLIMA BUTTERFLY.. Notice Is hereby given that six montbi Lee MoCrory. County Jndga of Voluala from further administration OP Florida East 'Coast ..:
: Florida
i" after date to-wlti On October 28rd. County Administrator of the estate aid estate. Railway

ead It fuitlier., slipped It Into another ... taMMt' That 11)06) I will present my final accounts a. of L. W. Odum, lately deceased 01 said ELLA K. WHITB : .
11 envelope and mailed It to his client Perfectly: Imitate executrix of the estate of Harmon MarinR, county and all persona caving claims ordemands Adminlsirat.nixLeLand

I' .In a day or two he received a call" from Dealt TV.* L*.,. and ask for my.final) discharge as executrix against said estate will present ) Fla., April 29. 1001I. Local '
: A moth usually rests with his fore of said estate. the same, duly authenticated to me within TimeCard No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 1 1905.
$ : ',Mr. Bvarts, who Inquired what sort of whigs the MARY FRANCES MAKING. two years from date or the same will be ,

.l-t. .a man his brother lawyer's client wa' *. outapread over prominent April Slut, 1908. forever barred. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
)(' : pattern of his hind wings, says Walde- Dated this September Htb 1005 'OUTH-SOUND-IIEAD DOWN.: NORTH.BOUND-IlIAD UP.
\ : ,? -"Didn't, yon hear from him after ] Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof
'.it.) : ont your letter to him?" queried Mr. mar B. Kaempffert In the Booklovers Executrix Notice. JOHN B. ObUM, Florida. 5-

,,Sutler.) Magutlne., In any other posture be Administrator of the estate of L.W. Odum Notice Is hereby given that U Neenan. No. 99 No. 99 STATIONS No. 7* No. 8
\ would All person having claims against the estate Dal17 Daily Dally Dal1,
Inevitably meet a swift death.A purchaser of Tax Certificate No 160 dated
,: tf IrepllocJ\ Mr. Evarts, "but be of John M. White deceased are hereby ";
'. lent me a check for $25,000, and I only butterfly, on the contrary, rests usually notified to present the .aame ,duly autnentlcated Notice of final Dischargee. the 2nd day of July A. D., 11)00) has filed I" 'j p 9 40 a Lv.. ..............JaokBOnTille............... A. 7 00 P "8 80 a .
I r aid certificate In office, and has made a 07 V 4a.. ......_ *
; with his Notioe la that the undersigned my p 8o. Jacksonville........... LV 881p 8 iSa fW'
wings uplifted and to the Executrix hereby given -
undersigned
,asked him for *2BOO application for tax: deed to Issue in accord. e 15 P 10 ra a : ..St. Auifuatlne ...... 8 7 40 a '
,:re ** It was apparent that Mr.. Kvnrta' pressed together. Otherwise Jim gaudy within twelve months Irom this date or the Exeoutrloes of the last Will and ance with law. Said certificate embraces e us p 11 81 t a : :::::::::::::......Hastings..........:::::::: :: 4 89 DOp p 8 49 a .
will be forever barred.' Testament of Franoes A. W, Bhlmer will T 10 II ...............
same
surface would be the following described property situated 00 p Mj> Za.t Paiatkn .............. 484 p 8 99 aea
upper
.111i-! ,;tblroKniphy misled the client This Is as conspicuous KLLA K. WHITE:, on tbe 10th day of March &. D. 1006 present In Volusla county, Florida to wit: rs iip; I1-U pAr ....._...._.....Pniatks.............._. Lv 4 iii'j p 8 00 aa O
/... ,the story as told by a lawyer who was as the black Ink on this white Executrix their final account as such Executrloea, Oio 84ii pTTST5 11 at a Lv......................Pal.'l<.. ................ An oo p 8 99 a C
,,' .; familiar with the facts, but it tenor paper-a signal for attack by relentless Orange Citv. Fla. Aorll .. 1006 together with tbe vouchers to the Hon. J. NX lot 4, block F, Bryan's Barbervllle 8"1i 8l; iidp Ar .............._,Sao M..""' _...._._._.TLV "211j. ... ...... :: '
l known whether and voracious foe,. In order to Lee Count Judge of Voluala The said land being assessed at the date c a 10j> 800 a Lv...................gnn Mateo................., Arns SIp :
\ \ Mr.Evartrt returned the of Final County Florida. at his cilice at DeLand of the issuance of such certificate In the 19 at ............... ... '" n
hide himself the Notice Discharge. ft p -.. !!Iooga ......,.............. Slip 8 90 a +
\<. difference of $22,500 or, .whether bet butterfly has therefore The undersigned administrators of the Florida. and ask for a final discharge aa name of Martha Hillman. Unless said son p la 47 p ...................Bunnella................ .. a 44 p 881 a t
It lavished all the resources of his such Exeou rloe.. shall be redeemed according to 8 10 p 1J M p 88T
Worked oertificaM 8 99
4 > oiit.1.ZartfordCournnt. entile of lonzo L. Busline! will on the Q\ 8 :: :::::::::::::::.gr':: : :: p "tI
Imitative art the WlNONA S. 8AWYBR., I lawax deed will .ue ti;.ereon on the tip i aa p .. ::::=::::::::: 810 p 4 89 a
t : :{ -- on under surface of first day of February A D 1UOO,. file their I jKusia HALL MILKS i Q\ s as p i so p ..__.........Dayion&....__......_.. .. SOO p 'n.
his wings. By far the most astonish- account snob administrators with the ISABELLa D. H I IExeoutrtoes 24th day of October 1905 04 l' 1 01 p ..._........Port Or&nit. A H......H.New ........ .. ISO p 4 W) a -I. _
L big Instance of this kind l Is afforded County Judge of Volusla County Florida ZZ"N. Witness my oIMolal signature and seal U)) a5 |> _a 18 p Ar ...............* 8myrna................ a ojia4i > 4 18n
at his otliot.10 PoLand and ask that the : of tbe last Will and Testament this the 23rd of September 11)05) 10 ha SUp Ar ..................Lako Melon.................. Lv I > p 81 p .0,
t If by the East Indian Kalltma butterfly same be allowed and approved. or Frances A. W. Shinier, SAM'I D. JORDAN. 10 8* ft 8 85 p .". .............. .Ora"KU City?............... uao p 9 Si p
a Cow gave the blue upper surface of which Is WM. -THAYER; This Augus 81, 1905 d.oea.ed.1 I Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County Fla 1 i:: iO4a 4!00_.p .........Orange. city Junction.....,.. IlSOp.! a.. 1> (')

i richly and ostentatiously adorned witha AUGUSTA C. BUSUNKLL 8 s. J> 11:11I: P L... .._ ...........JIeor Hinyrna..m......... Lv a 110( P 6 09
Administrators 10 oe p a BI p ,...._..........Oak. HIII....._..._.. .. 154p I 8 80.. .
stripe of orange, but the under surface This 21st 1906 1080..I. a no I pAr ,... .............. Tltunvllle ................., in pallO a ,
July fI)
r' Butter' of which bears a truly staggering C 'WWa) A. ..................? Sitnfur ....,.............. Lv fiilfl aTlbbals O-OOA
likeness to o .... lOOo'a LT .................... Sanford,................., Ar .... ....... 00a O
J. a leaf when the wings are Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works 10-8U-.' "881- p L. .............._. Tit ISVllIe .................,: Lv -'I ii>!*8 i ooa ::t
tl drawn together. Here we have an Section 8, Chapter 4888 Laws of: 111 11 lait P 404 p .. ..._...............0000&..........__...... .. 1QUI )I' 9 19 a

l.: mankind Would have to insect that apes not merely the approximate Florida and sa CIS ii an & 4 4 45 13 p p :: ::::=:::::::::.KaU Rookl0dgo.OAlllO:....=::::::: :: 11 1161H DO p ft 9 18 B144B

1 Invent milk. Milk Is Na snape and color of a dead Notice i Is hereby given that A. deBarv,. J. T. CAIRNS, Propr. Manager. Ulloa( a 4.4 p .". .................Mnlbourna................. .. 4H a 184 a ::!
leaf but also the midrib with the delicate pllrcb".er Tax JertmoaMs Nos 308, 800, 810, 19 81.. s $7 p ...._....... Bobastlan ........._...... .. II 111 a 1J61 aIJOOn ....
iI.\\' ture's emulsion butter has a 1 80 a 609 p __..._..St.. IjUule............_. .. ion a
dated let 1003. filed said DRESSED
veIning .the sharp point and the dny June cer.tilloate 1 88, ti a.. p .. ..._..._...1'0. PIePUO............_.. .. 101 I a a 11 I 88 p a
; put In shape for diges short stem common to many tropical In mv office and has made application LUMBER .C 9 lit T OX p ....._....._.., _,.._ ..._.. 080 a 11 sap W
ror tax deed to issue in accordance 9 JJ i ...
lap K IJ!k tlon. Cod liver oil Is extremely leave. with law. Bald oerl ideates embrace the AND ROUGH C. 998 : 717 p :: :;:=::::::::"*'M.Taneon: ; :::='(.::.:: :: : 11 11 Up IMP top
\ It described situated In 40 9 an T 38 p n'.... stuariT. !! Oil
ff nourishing but tion might be supposed that this Imita- Voluala following county. Florida property towlt- Ceiling, Flooring-, Siding; Turning: Scroll Sawing Moulding!, Window ant 0> 8 OHa : 7 54 p :: :::::-'::::::::::HobQ Sound: ':::,*.,.,..*.::::::: :: 841 : 11 tO 04 Bit p p \Q ,.

of an ordinary object Is sufUcicntly Door Frames Newel Posts! Balusters, Mantels Turned Porch Columns, etc. ti) 97 a SUp" ......_.......West Jupiter. .............. 8 3474H a 10 19 p
.1" It has to be emulsified minute 8 2 chs of WX of neJi of.wji. sec 23, tp] : 4 04 .51p .Weat P lm Bwvob.....
to protect the Kalllma from It. 18a Shedding for Groves and Pineries. Kf. Crates and Box Material a speclaltf : :: ::::::::: :: : atop ::t
I range' aOejl| aore. 489 9 IH p ........lioyn000 .... : ...::::: 7 ao B lap
',,,>, before we can digest It.Scott's enemies. Self preservation apparently!; of wW ofae of SWK, seo 23, tp IBs. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building. 't 4 41 : Ig 25 p :: .:.....Delray....., .n :: 7 10 ooa ii o.
demands not merely dead leaf tOe '10 acres ) 8 87 ai p :::::::::*:::.Fort Lnudordalo; :::= 814e : 8 IS
# a slm range of ; of. 23 18s DELAND FLORIDA. :t: 840 a 1080 v .. ..................... Dante ..................... .. Ion S08p784p p a4
ulated, but In touches even more exqnlslte WK nwK w>i,seo tp range s 85* a 10 Up" .................HallanJalo................ .. a 08"
:l :: 00
:Emulsion for the resemblance has been 30o! 20 .orellTbe (94e a 11 (it IT p ................Lemon City M............... .. a "a 729 p .
said being assessed at the date ca anDally 111 P Ar ..................... MiamiHOMESTEAD ..................... Lv S.S.. T90pDally
so craftily; carried out that the lighter of tho Issuance of such certificate ID the

colored varieties, a dead. shriveled name of Mary A thaw,? H J Krllider and I tIT
Tin GUI EXTENSION
combines the best oil Pipe fitting, roofing, Kx. kx.
leaf flecked with "parasitic growths, Shaw. Unless said certificates ball be redeemed m n Bun
Sun.
with the valuable hypo- stained and according to law tax deed will issue tering and spouting. Pump -
spotted to give the appearance thereon on the Slat day of Sept 1BOB.Wltnen H ECCLES I 800 ........... L. .....................Miami..................... Ar ............ 8 80 P
( phosphites so that it is of boles eaten by caterpillars. my official signature and seal JL i J-Ji ] repaired wells and tanks made 10 80 a... .............Ar ....._.........Ho ID OBtOttd..............H.s 1T............... loop ...

I": easy to digest and does .._.t..msr Wr.aj. this 10th day August 1000BAM'L to order. Repairing of all I .

: far moro good than the Dear Pop" wrote the boy from tile JORDAN.. Satisfaction Ma. *8 No. *1 No. 10 No. 18 NO No. ..
Clerk Circuit Court Voluala County Fla Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. guaranteed. !.? MATFORT BRANCH .
oil alone could. That art school "don't send me any more By HEM FISH. D 0 r. i'; :i';; D.lly 8 "' Dall, ::: ; D.I1,
I\ .
money I bave saved half that which --

t' makes Scott's Emulsion you aent me last month." "Come Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Shops next door west of bank Indiana Avenue. lOOp 10 10 a S 00 p 8 20 & LT ......3..n.III.. ....... Ar T 45 a 19 80 P 8 SO D ....._ .
2051.| 10 18 a1U eOtp aba Ar ...,8o. J\okwn.lil......_ LT T 37a1J2ap eiop.__
'" the; most strengthening borne. wired the old man; "you'll never Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws 1 40 |I'> M a a 40 n\ 8 as a .". .......Pablo Ufaoh,._... 7 0/1/ a 11 iso n 4 6O P ......_
nourishing food make an artist,"-Puck.l of Florida I U.: |, 10 M a a 41 p 0 04 a .....AUaiitln Bcaoh..... .. 'I 00 a 11 49 a 4 48 D..__
I medicine Notice. is hereby given that W H Knight .a 00 p 11. 10) a T 00 p a ao a .........Mnyport.......... ,. e 45.11 no a 4 80 p....-_

I I' : .In. the.world.umpl.. ___.t. Durabawr of Tax Certificate No 1470, dated
7th day of June, l!Oi>. has filed said oertln-
I ; :....... foetr.s. .. >e t.arm a mum-mum man who cato in my office and has made applicationfor Not Drink PEN'NSUUH'! AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS MIAMI

nun-nan never says dud-dad die dud. tax deed to issue. In accordance with Why .
'a
y ., ,SCOTT BOWNE. CheMists dud don't yon know Mrs. Ooode law. Said certificate embrace the fallowing "'
PURE WATER ? Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. ft O. S. S. Company For 1'
described situated Volu
L i 4011-4'1'' Strt Nw York Well. never mind; you certainly try; lowltll property: in ,
ala eountv. Via,
ttOo. and$1.'OO' All dvu r..l..t.. bard cmoulh'to do so.-Life. ....t E, blake THE Orange City Mineral Spring Water la unsurpassed in purity being HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
<<;
'. The tald land being assessed at the dateof .free from organic matter and possessing mineral piopertlee
the laauanoe of such certificate In the especially beneficial cases of kidney and liver trouble.
Iw. 4 .w..1'.aIkap.I Fay a* you go and quit going a*
name ef Charles Holland. Unless said certificate This water baa)'OOOlvedllatterlnlf endorsement from such m.n.. Erae- Those. Time Tablea chow the times at which trains be
'A. may expected to arrive at and
'. 'correspondent much. Dalian Tex. News.A depart
I : Of the Washington ( )
I' ( shall be redeemed according to law tus Q. Smith, professor chemistry, Beloit College Beloit, Wisconsin, one Cwm thesorcrnl stations but their arrival or departure at the tlmea elated In not guaranteednor
? 4, Post tells: of the amusing experience tax deed will issue thereon on tag 18th day of the best chemists.in this country| J. B. Ogden director, New York, and 18 this uonapaoy be heldreaponalble for any delayaor aoy oonaequonaea analog therefrom

o< a. literary friend Into whoso family October 1006Witness otbei.. .
.'a sventb. child came lost summer. I HAPPY my official signature and seal By authority of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition the following test-
this the Wo day of Sept, looftSAM'L monlals are given For Copy: of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
,Th. family _wer at. their country D. JORDAN \ "In reply to your esteemed favor of Jan. 9, 1908, we beg to advise you

,bouse, and for a ,time a good deal of HOME Clerk Circuit Court Voluula County Fla that on referring to The official Hat of award aa approved by the Superior SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
find that have been awarded Collaborators Sliver Medal"
Jury we a
,the you
care of the other six children BIN D 0
devolved
U ODe where health abound. By FISH "Tho Jury of award. has placed you in..a position to officially: and most
upon the father, who baa Spartan With blood there effectively: make known the fact that you have received the highest, award. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Oen'l Pass. Aet.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Ideas as to the upbringing! of his Impure cannot Notice of Election. the world can give you for the excellence of your products.
be food health. N. K. BAHNES" Director OeneralThe ."
son*. One be carried
morning his two- .
Th baa been
I Whereas re presented to
Orange City Mineral Spring: Water received the only diploma the
ft 7tar-old to the' creek near his home Wlthadliordered. U VCR there the Beard of County Commissioners, at a Bt te Fair at Jacksonville In competition with many other displays. It is -- --

t*! give a cold plunge.' The child objected cannot be good blood. regular meeting thereof a written application now being bottled and sent out by the Orange City Mineral Boring Company

lustily to this proceeding, but registered aliened' voters by more Voluala than one-fourtb of the put up In attractive style In cases of 19 half-gallon bottle For further Information -
County, asking addressORANGE SouthernRailway.EFFECTIVE
,WU firmly held and ducked notwith that an election be held In said County to .

% standing. decide whether the sale of Intoxicating; IIq. CITY MINERAL SPRING CO., I

J','At:the Instant"of the ducking, however Tutt'sPillsi I uors therein, wines| or beer shall be prohibited O. A. BUTJJSN Mgr. Orange City, Fla, :MAT 28, 1005) .

a brawny band lelced the Spar, I It Is ordered that an -election be held in Vestibule TralniKaat No, 84 No 80 North and West No ISLV.Jack.onvllle.SKY"1
4 I tan father by hi shoulder and flung saul County In pursuance of said applloatlon. .
him while the I on Wednesday" the \27th day of 8ep 910a 755p I Lv Jacksonville So ,By. 745p
lback angry voice of the LIVER and restore tember A D 1006 to decide whether tbe C -: :, :: I 1140a. 1040p Lv Jesu; So B.f ... .. ..... 1080p
... :: .. ; ..
farmer who was his nearest neighbor, o'lntoxloaUDR I IOn 12 lan S M. rn-
It* natural actloa. bale liquor.. wines or beer &rCoiumbiaSoRy.' 6 BOp 600a rAt :;, Bo'Qj:::: ::::
.' (roredlahlaearst ahall be prohibited In said County, and that Charlotte, SlOts
:"Here"none of that! I'll have the A healthy LiVER mean par the Clerk give notice of such eleotion bypuhll.blDg ArOreenshoro, Ho Ri.,, 102ftpHJa OSSa AI' Rome, So Ry...,.. ..... 1 BOa .,.
.
I lIMp AI' Dalton So Ry .. .. .
notice of the In
same one newapHper
laW on you for thl rei :: 111004. in, each town In said County in Ar Danville, 80 Rv. lIla hilts Ar Chuttanoogo; So Rv. .S2Rt lIa
i ('fAnd,".' Mid:' the'lUarary 'lit Pure John B. Stetson'University Ar Richmond, Ho &r.. 611'1a U42p420p A' .
." man, blood mean health. which a newspaper la published and by Ar So Lexington, Q b 0 i .. .5 lOp
,
4 !1 ''took me half an hour to convince that Health mean happlne pueUnx notlo or auoh election la a publlo Ar Cbarl.ittea'vS Lynuhburg ) By. 434 CIDclnnatl. Q0 .. :J. .. '140p
Ity.
81H a '
lop
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| Cincinnati
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man that I wa not 'laoe In each town In which no newspaperla Ar nil Four. 8401'

,the child., Oven then b7lDe.to"drown he wasn't whol. Take no Subltltote. .All Druggists.r' nftbllahed, at least, thirty day* before4Cut .4e> Ar Baltimore Washington F. Ho U,Hy... naoa14np U tea 1t2tp stop Lv ArCbloago Clnolnnatl" BIR Four.." "'. liOn
\ eclJoa.I" DeLand Florida. Ar I'a Lloe. ,. 8 BlIp
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: : Philadelphia! PRy / aasa ka
COD'fJnced.To the Ar Chicago, Lines..7
iDa
very last min- Ie V 4 and orderedby Board of'' County, Ar New York P .
,' f." eel he kept on shaking his head skep- OomOfaaJonara In and for i Voluala Count!: I' Ky 4.Up 6 SOUNo. Lv Cinainnatl 0 H .h D..., 8 till'
84-. New lorkand ArChlo.io. 0 H" D..... 'f28a '
1t"" and saying' :. -. : HODGKIN'S BtaTe offkuttda, In 'August, 8th, A. AFFLIIATED WITH ,THE: UNIVERSITY OP CHICAGO. ( FioridsExpresa". "'
D. 1 ." Dally Pullman Drawing Room and tile. ". Lv Cincinnati, C H" D 9411p "
:tilT I dunno about that. duuno. liOq! '' r p lag car between Port AI' Toledo un"& D ,. .. .
.i\ .t. '\,.p',' I'd. o1&D4". COLLEGE: OF LIBERAL ARFB-The standards are those ol the Universityof Tamp Jaokaonvllle .2.a'
),., I',, si*; bealde thiof *',- Clerk Board of Cnmmlaaloner and few York. AI' DetroIt PM...... ... rosa ,
; '11Itf ''I'" t'''', Wag9 Shop, By ULN FISH. Deputy Clerkmeaoar.nillIxm.m hloago. Stetson's graduate. receive, their' degrees from both Stetson and Sip ao-"Waahlngton and Fla Limited" Lv Cincinnati. Pa Lines:.. I SOp
11 .... Chioauo. Dally Pullman Drawing Room Bleeping AI Plttaburg, Pa Line.. MaCar
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,. a. .....'IC. A_." COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of. this College are admitted to practice ,Jaokaonvllle to New York Ulnolnoal. Big Four. ... 9 SOp
: -r .""fiM the' most ''pecnUa flshe of DeL ND law In Flnrlda without examination. AI' Big Four, 045a
\" ', .A.riean water I* the. !"Johnny GrID FLA. Tbe -.. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Mwhantoul,Civil, Electrical Engineeringand Through "The Land of the Sky." No 80 I I.'V Lexington 80 Ry.....j.. S lOp '

:\:. .'or dogflah .' ,,1: In Maunul Training. course. leading: degrees.. Fine new building costly Lv Bo t I.ouiaville ,... .. SlOp _
; but more generally Everything Wagons, Buggies, Carts. *ardaneraavavy... .. equipment. ., LIT Jackaonvle. .ty.7 Bop 81 LouIs .8oRRy 7 82aAr
\! + \c1wd thebowfla\ and mudfish. Its eta, manufactured> and repaired In my I place oonddenoe In Farry' COLLEGE: OF BUSINESS: -Ranking In all Ita branches. Book-keeping by Columbia Ho ltj..I Ry .12 18a AI' Anniston Ala So iiv"::: o CIa'
!cLraatsrt.tiaIar. striking, and its life Hhop in the very beet workmaD.hlknown. Beads-UuklndUwtnevarfalL best methods Elective courses open in other department Large faculty and 6 0"a Ar Ala tioRy
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pro. a MUSIC BCHOOIj '10.000.OO pipe organ, a dozen pianos, separate build. No 80-Daily Pullman Drawing Room
.,,1))y' : "tjNt\ W Bry 'with the parental courage .. 4 ha iv b.eathe.iandardfar49yesa.Tb.y are act an axpartmeul. lag, large fhoulty thorough courses of study and Buffet Bleep ng (;a between JankaonVlllo mao Bleeping cars Jaohsonvllie toCln'n.tl "',

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'. ''r .rtltrtiaiitt of danger to .....fret for th...... Stetson lisa a faculty of 44 professors and Instructor. They hold! degrees Car between Jacksonville, I '
Jump like from tbe University Chicago, Harvard Yale Dartmouth. Columbia University Excellent Dining Car Service. lJlrmlngbal. J
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cthIsts aad .filM. like a Deonlaon. 'i
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.. But 0.treiNcb.( of Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr Bucknoll. University ol Michigan! .
4c:'t 1I an. th ,.ttr.ctlv* trait this flab P" -........ and other Unlversltlea. .'Th..re.re over100.000.00 In buildings and equipment; AHIUVAL AT JA KIOIVILLJ .;
1"'t" ; savor' and worth.old nearly quarter million dollar endowment) an endowed library of over 18,000
.atHtIIoat '. volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly rul'nl.blnga.lnoludlal( stained glass From New York Washington eto.-No. 99' "Washington and Fla IJm".v. 900an

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:,,,1., y &II .....cho apparatus, an enclosed Athletlo Field, running track tflnnls oourta, baseball .
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Ilihts avenues C. Lush, District tvgganger Agent, 108 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. ,.
4) ......; f__ : J c epaolnna campus, abi ubbery and treea; social', literary and other students' 8. .

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