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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: October 7, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME XIX DE; LAND VOLUSIA CO. FLA. SATURDAY
OCTOBER 7, 1905. NUMBER ,
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-..1 (;, professional 'Carts.T ( THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS refused.An assistant. teacher 'Was'-'appolnted'! THE .I INCREASE; : :/IN A ITTENDRNCE13TSTETSON : ; ::1 "

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TT s r g ". for the Orange City school, the local / '

The Regular Monthly Meeting trustees Incurring. one-half. the. ex. UNIVERSITYRemark '
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W. PERKINS.
JA\tE8 pense. .: {
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v; thac Olearwater appeared .
ATTORNEY. and COUNSELOR-AT- before the Board asking that a school lIt r : ,I...

LAW Board met pursuant to adjournment, be established there. Action .on the '
tt< President F.I E. Bond, Chairman snme wns postponed ; ''in. ln
W. bl Showing Per Cent.of\i ; \ ;
.* DeLand, ..: :- Florida. II. McBrlde, ILl, D. Brooke, '1'. L. Rod The Superintendent''reported that ,

Will Practice In State and Federal I Rers, T. J. Murray and S. D. Jordan, desks bad been ordered for Kingston, .. : /,:
Courts for- Infants and Children. Clerk. schools Port Orange, Blake "and. Seabreeze. crease I In All! Departments. .I. ,.

Minutes of previous meeting read .
Castorla. Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric and on motion duly approved and Petition from McOlon's school' received .

STEWART & BLY, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It signed. and placed on file; '
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic The following road and bridge re An additional apportionment of $100 The University sends a greeting to all 'ch udo n"Dall: iri"ih'e'Viinex' 'which .if;

'-: eubslan-:e. It .destroys 'Worms and allays Foveritthnens. ports were then submitted;' was mnde for new building at Blake. Its friends! The loyalty of. these had. never' been completed!'was madel! J'
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onORNEys.AT-LA: It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. 'It relieves TeethIng Dlst. No.1, general repairs; Registration; of W. H.' Tedder, as friends In the past caused the'workto Into rooms, ,'to I>> accommodate) abouttwehty J!
Bank DELAND. Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Diet No. 2, Repairs on Orange City trustee Winona. and J.: T. Brooks, prosper; similar i ;.loyalty: In the ; flve new students.: The'' ,{
Office in Postofflce.DAYXONABart Building Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. find DP Land shell road. trustee Oak Hill, were accepted, and present and In the future will1 enlarge grounds around the President's house

Branch office over The Children's. Panacea-The Mother's Friend.! Dlst.. Jo.4.>> Repairs two bridges. R. a Brelaml and P. D. Parker appointed the scope', and" efficiency of the University. were beautified by new designs1 -In ,t
The respectively. .' It- I;* -/II'! landscape gardening, and ;tie addition", .
: ; following certificate was then .,
: : .-A": <3 Flab Th 'Kii dY: u Have Always Bought ordered spread on the minutes. The request for repairs Tomoka THE''INCREASE'' IM''ATTEND'ANCE'' of choice bits of shrubbery, vines and .t
'___1IaooIIiI. .. .'. l4 The Board of County Commissioner was referred to the Superintendent trees:I r'All' the1'frniue buildings were'givenover \

i Bears the Signature of for Volusla County havlngr'mefas'' a ,with power to act. 6n September' : t 27th; the 'University to. the: painters wand Rs.t( '

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- board, of canvassers of the wet and. Ten dollar each, appropriation for! opened wIth' a large increase- the result, DeLand Hall, the President's ,J

:; i AT-LAW, dry votes of Volusla County cast at repairs for school at Hires Lake and attendance.. .The opening this year houne, Stetson Hall and all th ,woodwork ,q

3 1 DeLandi H the Special Election held September .Orange City colored -schools. conipared\ with the same day last year, on Chaudoin Hall were thoroughly ,
Florlda.- 27th,' A. D. 1005, do hereby certify Superintendent Fish reported that shows the following record:' '" scraped and're-painted. ''The.Gymannsluin 3
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Will Practice. in State and Federa that we met at the office of the as result of recent examination certificates and Conrad Hall will also be
Clerk
,.. Courts. and .. #- of the Circuit Court on the 2nd. day bad been Issued as follows: The College of Liberal Arts baa an in! re-painted. Inside the bnlldlngs'mafly' #
Special facilities for examining of First Grade-Silas J. repairs were made- that have been'''
October A. D. 1005, and proceeded Purdy, Helen crease of 26 per cent. ;:
perfecting land titles In Use For Over 30 Years. to publicly canvass the votes Burgman.) The College of Law has an Increase needed for several years. ;,The Uni-; ,1
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.. ,. .... .. CITY, the given at Second Grade Gussle Moffntt versify start the In a dres. (
tHE CNYU" OO4P1NV yO Mom ".u various precincts, at the Special Mns. of r>8 per cent. year new ,
J L. MCCRORY, Election held as aforesaid. A. J. Farrah, Bum King. The College of Technology bag an and every facility for doing. 'efficient. :
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Said votes are certified as follows Colored. Increase of 21 per cent. work. .
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. FOR DECEMBER FERTILIZING For Selling1. . .. .. ,. .... ...' ." 225 l First Grade-T. R. Reid, The Business College has an Increase ADDITIONS TO THE FACULTY:

Against Selling. . .. .... ... 625 Third Grade-I... Whiteman. of T per cent
Signed by us as such board of can. The Academy has an Increase of 11' Two additional ''Instructors'I Joined'the ':
Use Painter's Simon Pure No. 1 1.
DeLand, Florida. Special yasser, thlll 2nd d"y of October. A. Commissioner Ca use)" was Instruct per cent. faculty this year. Prof. .E.) >0./ ;
D. 1000. ed to have well dug at Seville school. Pierce
The Normal School baa an Increaseof takes the full chair of cbemlo-,
Frank E. Bond, Chairman. The Treasurer presented big books D per cent I try lie is a graduate of Kalamazoo
S.R WRIGHT JR.. All Simon Pure Special is Shipped under the Follow- P1". L. Rodgers, for examination, which were found I The Model School baa an Increase of I College In Michigan, and of the University .
W. H. correct. of Chicago.' McBride, 0 per cent. chair
LAWYER, ing Tag. R. D. Brooke. 'I The Board audited the. bills for the The School'of Music has an Increase' of chemistry In DesMolnes College|

Notary Public On motion the attorneys of the board month, ordered warrants Issued for of 53\ per cent. while the Professor was on leave of
were Instructed same, after which an adjournmentwas absence and under similar -
Florida to notify the Com I These comparisons are based on the circumstances -
DeLand mender of The had to next regular meeting, first he filled the chair of
chemistry
Halifax Rifles registration records which lie publicly one
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Office at Telegraph Office. SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 n:. Florida State Troops), to vacate Monday In November. open to the Inspection, of all. Only year at Ruston, La. In addition be ,

the Daytona Armory at once and deliver C ,I bona fide students taking full courses has taken graduate studies at the University ,

HALL BRUMSEY MANUFACTURED BY the keys to Com. T. L. Rodgers. Mr. D. C. Strlcklln of DeLand was of study were enrolled. The day of of Chicago. Prof. A. I... ,L.1

J E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY On motion the clerk was Instructed In the city yesterday. Mr. Stricklin opening It poured rain all day. This Shone, the Dlrectolr of the Normal
COUNSELORAT to advertise for bids for purchase of 1 Is one of the most progressive of the Increase Is a lIne tribute to thethoroughness School, Is an extra Instructor. He Is

ATTORNEY AND JACKSON VILE, FLORIDA. Daytona Armory.The army of naval stores operators In the / of the work done In the n graduate; of one of the best Normal

LAW Notary bonds of Jos. Carnell State. But his presence here yester- University and to the high place It Schools In Pennsylvania, took his col.

Dealers In all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. and Anne Maud Hobbs were duly Jay l resulted In a few Interesting Incidents holds in public confidence.. The Increase lege course In Ohio Is also a graduate;
Will Practice in all State and Federal approved. In whch he took a most prominent In the attendance on the of King's School of Oratory and baa ,

If. Courts. The revolver bonds of J. J. Mckne part. College of Liberal Arts and the been Superintendent and Principal In'

DELAND FLORIDA GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. Anll P. P. Holt were Waved and Mr. Stricklin has moved his family College of Law Is especially gratify.Ing. public school work In Pennsylvania
Office over Fisher's Drug Store.J Ammonia, actual and potential. not less than..I per cent clerk Instructed to Issue license. to DeLand so as to secure the benefitsof Miss Law will take the place of Miss
Derived from Sulphate ot Ammonia. On motion Mrs. Crews of the Stetson Thompson, and Miss Erhart and Miss
Potash (K 20)). water soluble, not lea thin..... ... ...... . IB per cent was allowed *0.00 Daytona University. He likes THE FLORIDA FIELD. Merryman will take the places of Miss
E. ALEXANDER, Available Phosphoric Acid, not leSS than .. .j. ... .... .... .. ...... f> per cent her per month toward the little city of Voluala and i Is one of Vincent and Miss
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid not less than..... . .... .... .... 1 per cent support to be expended under Its staunchest citizens though he boa The University Is not local of Leltner. Prof. Car.
Moisture, at 212 Fahrenheit, not exceeding ..... ........ 8 per cent supervision of Commissioner Rodgers. been there but a short time. There factional. It belongs to Floridatothe son will give his entire time to the'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Chlorine, not exceeding' ... ....... ..... .. .. ....... ..... Telegram from President Brown, of are excellent roads In Volusla County. whole State-to all the people-to chair of History and Economics. Prof.',
This Fertilizer la made from Sulphate Ammonia, Sulphate of Potash and Florida State Fair was ordered filed In fact the people of that county are every church-to every party-to everyman Henry C.. Hill will have a chair In ,

Office in Brush Block. Dissolved Boneblack. for ?, and Clerk Instructed to far ahead of Duval, Alachua, liii!.- woman and young person who the College of Law. He i is a graduateof

DeLand, Florida. notify him that the citizens of Volusla boro, Marion and many oner countiesIn wants an education. It Is centrally Bowdoln In, the Classical course,' ..
Will Pt: 'ice in State and Federal County were showing no disposition milage; of good roads. Mr Stricklin located; It Is easily reached. Two and of the University of Michigan In'
Price ton F. O. B. Jacksonville Florida.
Courts. $40.00 a to take part In an exhibit to the Fair saw this as soon as he became a lines of railroad And the St. Johns the Law School.

Write for Special Cash Discounts. Claim submitted by S. B. Wright citizen of that county. Having money River all lead to It. The University STUDENT ENTHUSIASM.
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G.. A. DAVIS.p'RYSICIAN Jr. was submitted to Attorneys for and lots of it, he made up his mind has malice toward none. It Is friendlyto '
:2)R.: E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY report at next meeting. to get an autoraoble, and when once all sister Universities. Its management The students went home !n'May

: AND SURGEON Petition from citizens asking for repairs his mind was made up on the subject, has not one unkind word to full of enthusiasm. They return with
FLORIDA. on road trom-St, Johns River to be determined to get a "dandy." The say about any other college. We have still more of It. They are proud of

Office at DEL.AND residence, Indiana avenne, JACKSONVILLE, LORIDA.AN Daytona was referred to Com'rs Mc- machine was purchased here yester. our own work and are trying to do the University. Their allegiance' to ,
next to Court House. Bride and Rodgers. I day. It Is a magnificent Cadillac It. The students come from all over the highest ideals of the school showed
On motion a warrant for $4.00 was machine and Mr. Stricklin determinedto the State. The Alumni live In various In their faces the day of the opening/
Office Hoars: .9to12.2to4and7to8.. I EXPERT ON LYING. THE HORSE CHESTNUT. ordered drawn In favor of Wilson get Into all the points of the ma parts of the State and love .the University. And such an opening! For two daysIt

Black-welder as a witness In Justice chine while he was where he could Students are here from Tallahassee poured rain continuously, but .;the.

''Vi Re. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. B. W.. Allowed to Te.tlfjIn Court I A. TM__ .. Two .. to the Orlcln .t Court on Marsh case. get the man who sold It'to advise Jacksonville, Tampa Miami more It rained the higher went the
id Won the c.... It. Hnnt.. The Criminal Court cost bills were him. Consequently he branched out and all other sections of the State. registration list The red tape necessary -

.,. A Kansas City lawyer tells of the d The horse chestnut tree Is well examined and approved for $13.60 yesterday with a man from the garage If the young people of Florida aspireto to keep tab on the student and

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. use of expert testimony on lying; Ha known, and the nuts are dear to boys I, therefor.with clerk Instructed to Issue warrants who knew all the fine points. Mr. an education. they can get it here. their work soon resulted In classify
ing them and the recitations
Stricklin watched the fellow Intently were
and sufferers from rheumatism.
Office on East New York Avenue says: But I The Tax Books for the year J905 and it was not long before be thought THE UNIVERSITY IN SUMMER aeslgned the 'first day. The studentsare
DELAND, FLORIDA. "I was prosecuting attorney for Finn the statement was made lately, and It were then examined, compared and he had caught onto everything about All through the summer the students here for study. That fact will be
y county In 1881, and bad a fellowup Is even found In !some encyclopedias, approved, and the following warrant the "critter." spoke well of the University. The kept constantly before them It Is for''

before Squire N. O. Jones on the that the name Is given on account of to the Collector ordered spread 01 the An hour after they had returned to newspapers have been friendly. that they spend their money;, They
D' A. S. MUNSON, charge of horse stealing. He hired Its coarseness: "Like a horse, or like minutes. the garage, Sir Stricklin jumped Into Parents have been satisfied New are not here to play nor to epend their

Mike Sutton to defend him, and when that of a horse; hence, coarse and un STATE OF 'FLORIDA. his", automobile, worked, the crank, friends have been made. Dr. Farrlss, time In idleness. They are not hereto '

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. tie case was called I proved beyond refined. The reflection on the horse isan To D. P. Smith, Tax Collector of handled the lever and was off with the Vice-president, through the Religious .. learn bad habits nor to teach one

question by a witness who witnessed unworthy one, but let that pass. Is the County of Volu la. great ease. It was awfully easy at press, told the people about the I another bud habits. They will be

Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug the theft that we had the right man. sot the explanation given In Gerarde'sBerbal You are hereby commanded to Col. first, but the thing got on more steam work. Dr. Smith, the Dean of tile I asked to leave If they do not do their

Store. After the prosecution had rested Button ((1S97) a more reasonable one? lect out of the real estate and personal than the recent convert allowed for. University went personally to the work. They are young people. how.,
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 "Called In English horse chestnut, for property, and from each of the per. It was then that Incidents In the hIstory Tampa field. Mr. Gibbons made a ever, full of youthful enthusiasms and
and 7 to 8 p. m. Introduced 'Buffalo' Jones as a that the people of the east countries do sons and corporations named In the of D. C. Stricklin occurred too host of friends for the University in desires. They need recreation. They *
witness and gravely Informed the court annexed roll the the central part of the state. Prof. Bliiill have their sports and
DeLand Florida. taxes set down in fast to record. In a few words the games.
that he Intended to by him that with the fruit thereof cure their horses Frost visited several cities In the These
prove each roll opposite each name, corpo- story Is told as follows: Deaths-Two things .hall be under restrictions -
my witness had lied. 'Buffalo' took of the cough and such like diseases. ration or parcel of land therein described pointer dogs; one fox terrier. Wounded northern part. Dean Farrah by correspondence of course, but everything that

D. JOHN REEVE, ..th. stand and swore that, while he bad, There la a long list of plants that and In case the taxes: so Imposed -The pride of a naval stores ope secured some men for the contributes', to' manhood and woman-'." '.
-Lever seen or heard of the witness before .: bare animal prefixes-horse, dog, cat are not paid at the time prescribed rator. Law' school. Prof. Rosa and Trustee hood. will be encouraged .

'PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and knew nothing at all about the bear, cow, pIg. wolf: mouse, rat, toad by law, you are to collect the Damage-Burst automobile tire; Silas' B. Wright, faithfully, attendedto .1'
frog, dragon, snake, etc. In some Instances same by the home office and President Bully THE DoaMIT RIKS.
crime committed, he had had a great levy and sale of the goods three panels of a picket fence destroyed

Office in store recently occupied by deal of experience with men and could "the name of an animal prefixed and chatties, lands and tenements so and a wheel torn off a surrey. carried Southern the Chnutanqnas University to and Northern Summer and The' dormitories' are' lot'' charge of1

Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West tell pretty certain when they were baa a totally different' signification assessed, or of the person or corpora. Times-Union. Schools. earnest, Christian people.' Rev. H. P."

New York Ave.DeLand lying Then he proceeded to tell how denoting; size, coarseness and frequently tion so taxed; and all sums collected Gibbons and his wife have the care of

Florida. men acted when they were lying and worthlessness or spuriousness for State taxes you are to pay to the TilE IMPROVEMENTS., Chaudoln' Hall.' Rev. D. 'J. Blocker

gave the expert opinion that, my witness but names have also originatedfrom State Treasurer at such time as may OUR OLDEST:: DOLL. A large force of men worked all Is In charge of Stetson Hall. Both of
be
the particular' uses to which certain required by law, and at the same summer on the buildings and grounds. these men are known favorably whenever
D. BRACEY bad sworn to lies from the word
DR.H. time to It w. Druuiflit l'rom KliHTluTwo Ovee
-d plants have been put, and the you are pay to the County The new Conrad Hall was put In they have gone in Florida aa devoted
I protested against such perform. .
go. horse chestnut la an example. The Treasurer all Bums collected for CentarlOH Atfu.Long readiness for new students. Large Christians and capable preach
ancts but Sutton mad. the judge believe County taxes district school tax and Ions vvlicn Wllllnm: Penn J
DENTIST. Turks, Arabians, Persians, all Sieved ago porches were built. Baths and closets ers. Mrs. Gibbons In her personal
he had as much right to Intro- that these other special taxes; and you are sailed from England on his second were put in. A large dining-room relations with the young ladles, will
nuts cured 'Dorses of
Office second story McLaurlne Block. duce an expert on liars as he would further required to make all collectionson visit to America what do you think was provided and a Matron's room show the wisdom and goodness for
DeLaD" Florida. have to Introduce an expert on medicine coughs, shortness of wind and such or before the first Monday In April; he brought with him on the good ship equipped. The large third floor of which she Is well known. '
or any other science, and the result other ailments. In :England a preparation and on or before the first Monday In Canterbury? An English doll. This
of the nut was once used for July you will make final ,
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was the thief was dismissed from report and -
Is the sole survivor of that
COUNTY ABSTRACT and settlement with passenger
VOLU8IA bleaching yarn. the Commissioner and
v VESTMENT: : CO, (Incorporated) custody. Tot there may be something In the County Commissioners. voyage across the Atlantic which was
Given under hand and made over 200 years ago. WHAT TOTEMISM IS. fetich Ibe significance ofa
statement of an Englishman, Alfred my seal this ft as well as
Bert Fish Gary D. Landis.Preelient 2nd, day of October William Penn bad a little daughter
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A.. Mill ward: "The tree possessesa year A. D. family emblem.
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and Treaa. named Letltla. Letttta heard her fa am an Little
Sec'y Women as Well as Men feature which I have often found to 1905. Understood Sab).et. Regarding totem Ism, It Is to be noted
(Signed S. ther tell wonderful tales of what he
B. Wilson
) Assessor of '
that the of mutual and
be not generally known. It Is a very relation help
It Is
of to note
Abstractor Titles Interesting that totemlsm
Voluala
and heard his
County. In Pennsylvania on
saw '
Are Made Miserable marked with protection Includes also the totem It.
by distinctly horseshoe seven '
Is found not In Alaska but
only
The ,
treasurer among
then thousands of
presented his first visit to>> this country,
dots the self that I I. to If a man takes
of -
corresponding to>> nails say
REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF Trouble. report for the month of Septemberwith miles distant from Letltla's home. He the North American Indians, the aborigines
CITY Kidney the horseshoe, and this appears at the his books and accounts which often told her about little Miss nan of Australia the Hottentots of care of his totem he expects: : 'the ;totem
knuckle of the branches, large and to>> return the compliment If the
were duly examined and approved kin who, living as she did in the wilderness Africa and even the bill tribes of In-
E. H. HAYWARD email, but more clearly ea the latter.' and totem Is a dangerous animal It must
paid warrants ordered destroyed.The dia. Totems also
trouble are common
Kidney
.. preys upon the mind, discourages of Pennsylvania (for this was among "
burt his clansmenThe''
and Boston Herald. report showed following balances: the !Samoans.! not scorpion
Agency of the leading Fire'Insurance lessens and ambition cheerfulness; beauty,vigor soon General Revenue.. .. .. .. .111,407.83 long ago, remember), bad no toys at Broadly the totem Is the badge of a men of Senegambla declare that ,the

Company of America-The Aetna. ji 4."":' 1I ."o.) disappear when the kidneys Road and Bridge.. .. ... 267.35 all not even one rag doll. When LetI- clan or tribe, but It signifies great moat deadly .scorpions will run over
.,City property a Specialty.No are out oll order Fine and Forfeiture .. .., 2,300.15 tla's father was getting ready to again their \ bodies without hurting' them.
808, Boulevard DeLnnd, Fla.. I or diseased., ; FABLE OF! THE PANSY. The Board then adjourned to Nov. cross the ocean to America his little deal more than mere political or social There' la a> Snake clan In 'Aastrallis *

Kidney trouble has ember 6th, 19O girl Insisted upon sending a doll. \ to that alliance. It la not only a tribal em which holds to a similar belief. Among;
-I become c's .onesome. little girL, ... blem, but also a family sign; not merely
so prevalent The Family .f SI* That !. ContainedIn the crocodile clan of the Bechnanas. If ..
that It Is not uncommonfor tbo >1ow... So a doll was dressed In a court costume a symbol of nationality but.eoau \ a man Is bitten by a crocodile or 'even'

V. H. VOORHIS, % a child to be born A. pretty; fable about the pansy la THE SCHOOL BOARD. of striped and delicately tinted expression ot religion; not simply has water splashed on him by one be to'ljiexpelled .
afflicted with weak kid a, bond of union among primitive people
brocade and velvetThe skirt .waaheld i
current French and. German from the elan as one esteemed-
Dentist tI neys. II the child urln- among such *, but also a regulator'of' the marriage .
'. out by enormous hoops, for
I ales too often. If the children. The flower has five petals The Business It Transacted at was the fashion of the well dressed ladles law and of other' social: Institutions. unworthy.. by:.the! totem.-;-Housekeeper.!: ;" 'f. .:
DeLand : and fire In most
Qrosv-iilockp Fla.: urine scalds the flash or If, when the child sepals. pansles aspi.cinfly ''is A totem has been defined as,"a '
: that The doll itaelf
reaches -an age 'Whoa It should be able to of the earlier and less highly de the October of period. 8OMESUPEkth'rnO43; .C
Session. :
Hours 8.30 to 19 and 1.80to class of material objects which a savage
: ; control twenty Inches high and haatho. long:
the It i Is afflicted withkedwettlngi
passage. yet velopedvarieties two of the
petals are regards with superstitious respect, ; I. I .;,_ "
depend upon It. the cause of plain In colof and1 three are gay. The Bohool Board. waist and slender form of the court If at )
the Is believing that there exists i between you wantT: a C'to stay .yonr. i
difficulty kidney trouble and the first she her
beauties left'la n.tIn/land. '
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step should be, towards the treatment of two plain petals have a single sepal, The School Board held Its regular Her hair' la rolled back from her face him and every member of the class an home, rub Its' paw on the stove. '. .
wlth'us. these Important organs. This unpleasant two of the gay petals bave a sepal monthly meeting last: Monday and style Intimate and special relation." To keeP'a new'dog. measure his till ;:.
of
much In the today.
|nsure trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the each, and the third, which I. the-largest Tuesday, with all members and the : In Among the Ojlbway. Indians there* with- .a i cornstalk'rand bury the latter!
lived
No..1e the time. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit sa of all. has two sepals. Secretary present The following This doll now Montgomerycounty. are no- fewer than twenty-three differ" under the front\>> .step.,_ ; ..
.Maryland.In, the strictest seclusion. 1'
moat people suppoie. The fable Is that the pansy represents i business was disposed of "to.dar. to.
eat totems. Nine of the. are If you sing In bed wilicry next
quadrUpods you
Sh'e from her
II removed
only ?
cash for losses. Women as well made miserable of Chairman Chandler reports that .
Spa as man are a .family consisting husband and repairs desire marking out the wolf, the bear, If ydu sing before breakfast you };
when little girls
with kidney and bladder as agreed had been careful wrappings
trouble. wife and four daughters, two of the upon completed -' '
U should be 'protected.; \ and both' need the same great remedy. latter being stepchildren of the wife. on the DeLand colored achool the honor of making the acquaintance the beater' and other 'dans, eight are ; will cry before nlgbt.
The mild and the Immediate birds, five are fIabaa .aDd one.Is the A family must move except la '.
you Insured, effect of The plain petals are the stepchildren building. of the oldest doll In American- never )
R wamp-Root Is soon realized. It la sold with only on. chair the two small Commissioner Causey reported that Philadelphia/ p.I ..-. make.: : the light Increase/ of the moon." This >
Every company reliable. by druggists! hi fifty- ; he had visited the Brook's and Flower'sichools Some atraordln superstitious regarding .will secure prosperity and: Increase of J"
cent, ana one dollar 1r.T.! petal. are the daughters with a and that he had awarded the totem prevail' In !Samoa.! Thud pos.esaionl-------g.r'fsr", TO
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doe llcyeiptreP sixes. You may have a..... chair' each, and the large, gay i petalIs ontract for new building to S. B. I 'Have yea ever' been hissed off the It Is believed that If a. turtle man,eats ,1 Ifa'woman.lzmaking soap !and:la :i'f ,'
When your p the wife 'With two chairs. : :;
sample bottlemall. Brooks! ; consideration, the old Brooks stager asked the girl who was thrilled of a turtle be ,win grow very 111. and .
free. also pamphlet tell-\ ....., Te find the father on. mast strip t D3eflatlr, It, all wilSbeweil. ansoepwtUbenebutilromneom. the ,; *.'
I. your policy In force? s' I i building i and, $75' Mr.' "Causey also at having met a real acter. the voice of the turtle will be Beard In '
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tag all about. lu Including 4many 0' the away" ,the petal. until the,stamens and i reported that repairs had been !Anlsaed !rob, ..." be replied.<< "When rm off Us Inside 8&7ID".OOU. 'ate me.' J' alii :' ,iI'
'Telephone _number sixteen. thousands of testimonial letters received pistils are bare. They have fanciful i it the Braddock school. the stage I always try te be among '' the soap will spoil in the Wklngj ,r A, ;;p -
him.! If banana '
from killing ,man nee a .1
sufferer cured. In Dr. Kilmer 3't.ookingag "
writing resemblance to an old with a I The Superintendent reported that beliad a>newimoon for the flrrt:'
man > rlenda a* much aa >>-Ibcblca... "j)
HON' INSURANCE AGENCY at Co., banana leaf for a he becomes bald.
Y. be cap
and .
Binghamton N.
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sets
I visited time
.{ flannel wrap about his neck his shout.ders Blake, and that school tecord-Herald. .through obstrncttoos,, aa tht *
mention this : / If.a.butterfly catdies a. "butterfly ''I'
-1t. it, *ti i1) Yo' 4 oaper. %i 4ou"l' .. upraised and' 1111 feet In a bath JulMlng' there wan In. course. of erec man a. treetop, foretells misfortune ,
) make mistake' butremelll'ber It 'strike him de d.:< If a''fw man
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any "
will find at : '
us '
U tub The story U probably of French ; that moon. To.It'oter {h
tion.Patrons .
ii.if
i 1 .> the name. Swamp-Root. Dr. Kil. because the French call the > at "Janlaoo, Mill weret bolero ''team to ley "Mo.. It: eais a fowl dellrlaa*and death results,* boulder and l hraHdeac; apaeell t .
origin
Oteuon and DeLand;: : mer's 8wtmp-RooL' and the address he ae te than. be able to road and all to show that thetotem
: Board'and requested. that chool mere yea so on, going ..
,,. bottle.}; the stepmother. .. "' .' ', ,? { ; .
V P '":' ,"l> -' Binghamton i ,oa. every pansy_ ? >, established there. The request: was TAdL-eptrSo baa something of the quaflt3P14" lit' IUC"k.\ -.i .f, <. ';. ':1 .' -I 'J. _-

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"VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD: All the people of Volusi E ALL OYER THE COUNTS, peoted Friday. He la coming early saa <]I LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA., ,':''-'-e:' 6'I qo; 1I1IOo""' "" cII: !!!:"';-e.eee:,,,,.-,:-:'--:'-'-e-II-r-e':-:' "' /l.o/l.o-'CCJ.i; :; ; ::; :.............

i?: I I countjP should congratulate themselves ; to pal his children In school. i I ,

I r 1 1t Capt Thorpe, who ia visiting friend., 47 ..,_ I ': WATTS & MILLER I t
", ','<,1 "_ ," over thejresult'of' th rwe TEMS OF INTERESTWAFTED*: T( Enormous W .
Crop Shipped
In Michiganwrites that his health has Orange,, ,
'I,. Entered: In the Poe""moe at'DeLand, Jla.seoond .. drjf'electioo':? '" held Ust 'week THE RECORD OFFICE BT.: ITS improved and thai he expects. to comb .. .' ttvi "
the Past
:, .. olass matter. The people and the county hav, CORRESPONDENTS. down early this fall Year.

8.'B. 'REViTT"E'c JtOr'* Proprietor,,, prospered during the period sine Mrs English 'has a very pretty bull To the Editor of Tba>Record: HARDWARE FURNITURE !tUNDERTAk'IN1 t

; no saloon has been in the county, Pierson. dog, his name IS "Rag". Such a pretty Thef orange shipping season for the ,

'\\I : -1--;; ; ; ; : ,', ; ', ; and such prosperous condition: dog is entitled to a pretty name. He past year ia drawing to a close, the :t "

'" :," M Editor!, 8., Rj, Hudson,, ,of he will continue throughout the Mr. I O Hughes .left, Monday for sTlait has uo use for tramps. shipments now rnnning only from 2000 toto t
; baa to DeLand. We see a great number of new faces to 4000 boxes per dav. TJp to and including toto
begun a th
f.t .1" Orlando Reporter; county.'floustonTexa'. :the,90th of Sept., the' total LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, FURNI toto
street of
daily edition of that paper. Col :B A Farrell of Winter Garden ''is. on our latet I they are people shipments have been 9.182,600; boxes of ,tj A nitnre and Everything for your home the Best nml, Latest in i

.I '__ '-rGa.inan -' ,, .. .' had here for a week's stay. who are engaged in the saw and. plan. and 1,818,000 boxes of lemon.. "- IJ' the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLE for the toto
adoptedanovel tug mills, and their familiee. oranges fine class of Goods we carry. UOur Furniture Department I. three
Addicks has, lost" the I law:',which provides a fine Mrs Mary Powell I. visiting her A colored man is. building: house.,That is an mormons crop, but a'({treat _a l doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in toto
power of influencing his follow daughter in Palatka this week. Iart of the shipments of the first part -' .our lines we will take pleasure in showing you through either depart. toto.
\vho[ make""googoo south east of the (I C Hotel. There bas .
.. of $100 for"any person I We have the goods, need and will satisfy or .
r.ment..t you you yourCareful
; men ever since his money stopped Miss Mary Harper's loe cream sold been. of the year gave the growers very bllCk. to.to
at "w..man or a number of colored home. built ttill mOlley
t }k1 ; >>L ; I .* ; eyes any like hot cakes here Saturday. ibis summer. Everybody is busy and meager returns. It Is easy for Florida 1 .. .
} \Ii Attention Orders.lii .
female1 person". We are sorry Oapt P 0 Bradehaw of Crescent City plenty of work to do. rrowera to sea that 00 cents per box:, given all Mall.

:' Sheriff W. Bloxham Pickett fpr the justice who is called uponto visited the old folk at home Sunday. Freight added to the costs of picking and' W iIi '
UNDERTAKING(
There a lot of Orange City people DEPARTMENT.
on packing does not produce large net reams. ,
., of Duval county, one of the most ,define] _'fgoogooieyes or ex: Mr J D Heoock of Barbervllla was a the way home from the North this week. I The summer and early. fall \. toto
Mr. J. A. Stith
; efficient moors in" Floridadiedlast plain when a woman ,il not"*i'a familiar figure at this place Friday, alBoL Among them are R M Tucker and wife ihipments, however, generally bringfancyprtces ,"4"- of one of the finest,Embalming a graduate _ _.'. toto

Fridays female, person"., A Tatum.' Mr and Mrs Waldo. Mr and Mrs Waldenof earlier low markets which even, and up make with fair the \./ .Schools of the country, ia in F toto. f

'f 1 charge of this department and _ _ _
---",-- Miss Eliza Bardwell is exercising a Willlmantio Ct, Mr and Mrs FrankS average returns for the year. The one /. will give and careful

Secretary Taft and partyre-: : On- the 20th of this month wholesome school Influence here. as teacher over the Palmer.Taylor. and Mrs Dunlap and Mrs over great that advantage of Florida the Is grower in the baa fact,here that ,./ attention, to prompt" every detail of thic' toto toto.
public work
turned Washington this ,week will visit \\Ii'
President Roosevelt '--' the Valencia (Hart's Tardiff) does not
;y frOm their trip to .the Philippines Roswell Ga. above Atlanta Honest Nels Pierson -and J 'B Brad.ebnr' THE DE LAN PUBLIC SCHOOL, become ripe and sweet until June .and \\Ii Funeral Supplies toKLICKER
; are building new seats for ,the ,. then goes to, market throughout the .'" ,
Japan, Oor, ,&, and China.i where his mother was born and Methodist church; summer and fall when prices are very \.i'., Always In Sto k., .- ifj' >
.. Opened Monday With An Enrollment high. Present salem. rnnning $4.3O to ,,1, : .."'
t a;: : spent her'childhood 'days, and Mr F'B':, ,Carlile, the pork'ehlpper, 99.60 box. ,..... ..... ; :
: ,,:,6ranges are beingisent, out where she was' married to the mada a' business trip to Palatka and of Two Hundred and Fifteen' This per State produces the entire" cata- ::4a..:_...:..: ;;; <':..:..: ;;; <.!_ia._:.._::......:._;trtt,._._:..;_a._._._._._._.:..:..:..... -r -..

". ; : Sooth Florida nost')bv train loads. President's father. Her maiden Jacksonville' Saturday.Rev ; The DeLand public school, Prof. G, ogne of fruits and berries except pinaipplea >;- --

: t t"2000:,boxes, were shipped A: Stenwall of the Lutheran W. Hnlvey, Principal, opened last Monay bananas and strictly tropical
wasMittie Bulloch. Theplac fruits, and the shipments of all kinds '
:,:. .' from Fort Myers alone, last. week.! name* church left Sunday for a week' sojourn d! with the largest enrollment in its are enormous, but the private car line \ ;
., .. is named in her honor- BROSMerchant
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t I.NF'M.itt&- hietqry and the ensuing year promises
at :DeLand and Upsalor. of the Beef Trust I. the curse of the
',i,:, ': ; appear) to \be like a Bullock' Hall It is now owned t;o.be,a most successful ,one,.for: this grower here just as it is with you*.. In
Mr W E Botts and dies! Melissa Hall .
the city retail of fruits.
prices good are :
B. school with its fine of Instructors.
me'n. Mrs. J. corps
good many other Prosperity and occupied by of South Pierson visited' in, DeLand a Below we give the total enrollment for generally high; oranges rnnning from Tailors

I.\\;: .and success have *robbed him Wing, and some of the furniture couple of days last week. each grade and the teachers In charge 85 to SO cents per dozen; other fruits .
; about 0 cents pound and berries 8 to '
.: ; of>fti considerable portion of his used by the mother is 'still in the Rev William Campbell, moderator In of> the different departments. 10 cents a box per of little more than pint

r: judgment, and dignity. house. the Baotlst church here, expounded the Grade Teacher No Pupils Poor grades of oranges B to 10 cents per Three Doors South from Fisher's Corner

.' word of God Saturday and Sunday. High School G. W. Hnlvey .... .. 20 dozen. Grapes retail at 5 to 15 cents
: 8th Grade, A. O Botta.. ..., ...as per pound depending upon season and
The prohibition element was The railroads are looking for Mrs M M Miner and beautiful dangb- quality Pineapples and bananas come
tsr Miss Marie of Emporla were wel. 7tb Grade, Mrs A. J. Farrah. ... 27 from the Sandwich Islands, the pines We are now located on South Boulevard three doors from Fisher'scorner
terribly disappointed over the
immense travel to Florida where Invite customers and the public generally to call
Si an we our
6th Grade, Miss Marion Harwell..19 retailing at 0 cents pound and
come shoppers at this place Saturday. per
result Putnam last week. The dozen and Inspect our New Line of Samples for both Ladles and Gentlemen.
this winter from the West. The 6th Grade May Mabbette..22) bananas at IS to 25 cents per
David Jones, a straight clean, sober, Neither of these succeed here not be- Just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always
carried ',
wets i the county. ,. by ar great winter tourist travel from 4th Grade Carrie Ecoles..23 /guaranteed you by ua The beet material on the market for the mon
honest Mulligan farmer, went to the cause they are winter killed, bat for the
small majority.j 8rd Grade, ..... ..35 ey. Stylish suits at popular prices-suits that wear well and that give
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very, that section of the country has county seat Thursday to carry the ballot reason that there is not enough hot. and better work
satisfaction. We to turn out more
are prepared
? 2nd Grade, Lottie Ecclea ...; ... 23 weather to make them fruit
? heretofore been to California. Of box. than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order.tgfSuita .
It baa been time since I told
a long
line,.State University opened Jst Grade, KatherIne LaFontisee. .29
recent years the railroads from R H Ashley, an experienced log man any stories of onr town The fact is repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
lastjweek ''with .150 .students In of this went to Sanford Orlando : that one is bewildered in the whirl of
place or
the West have put on magnifi- Total
r: att nda.nce. The Stetson University and several 313 development here, and Is at a loss whereto KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda
Wednesday purchased steers
cent trains to Florida direct from Mr. Botts and Miss l Harwell are assistants begin or what to say without having
.at this place opened with for oxen. his credibility When I
and St. Louis and this in High School; and Miss Carrie questioned.
f; one; hundred in exc'ess of that Chicago James Purdom and Herbert McBride, Eocles, Miss Mabbette, and Miss La came here, leas than six years ago, the
actual less than
has directed an increased travel population was 100,000
number. two of Baiberville's best young men. Fontisee do the work of the Third claimed.
although
more waa Now
from those sections to Florida. !. treated two of Pierson's fairest flowers GrAde. actual census prove. it to be considerably Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops.

'1C!looks as' though it was only The travel has so increased that to a buggy ride Sunday. The attendance at opening(!: last year more than 200,000, and the ratio of
Increase in and in building
population
the 'lIttle "''grafter" who is pun. more such trains will] be put on I Miss Nella Pierson. a gracious, lovely 190. Pupils in High School 9An increases. from month tu month.

ished for his the coming winter. personality of Jacksonville I. at bomewl'h :Then $1300 per front foot was s high
,; 'dishonesty. The her parents. She has been quite I Inquiry for H. Machattl price lor cue, oeac Business properly; Branch Shop at Lake Helen, and I am There Every ..,.
big grafter is complimented for I' now lots five blocks beyond the then
sick but we are glad to state la improving The starch factory of this place is in
bis The business center are actually selling at
honesty in his Springfield Republican
: confessing receipt of a letter from J. Newton Blan- $3000 per foot. Then, lot. on Main Wednesday and Saturday
; crime., thinks there should be no excuse Wednesday morning of last week. the I ton Hobe Sound, making inquiries street 25 blocks below the business center -
for another epidemic of yellow about H Machattie were thought to be held too high at
wet and dry election day the dark: one a Scotch gentle.

'"We presume'Attorney General fever,in New Orleans, in' view of clouds burst Into tears and soaked ever,..' man, about 69 years of age, and frail. $50 selling per at foot$300; now to $400 the per same foot.lore The are Wagons and Buggies Made or Repaired. Horse Shoeing a

Moody did not insist on imprison- the progress made by science in thing with frequent heavy ehoweri I He left Hobe Sound about two montha growth has none of the ear-marks of a Specialty. Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the

for those '! for twit days.Two ago, with considerable money on hisper.on boom, for there ia no selling back and best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing -
men Beef direct
Trust disease. That the
,. fighting, ,the forth of vacant! lota but nearly all sales
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I." the for Jamaica via DeLand and Done and all Work Guaranteed to be first-class. Give
of county's pitted schoolteacher
: orsforfear, : it would hurt their current visitation has been well I are for immediate improvement; expensive -
,:' ., Miss Amy Mann of the Emporia Boston. Such a man was at DeLand four to eight story steel frame me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to. .
feelings. Moreover, they can handled is, beyond' dispute, but school and her sister Miss Nella, and'' was at LaVilla a few days, bat buildings generally. go up on the high

,i easily recover their fines by raising there are still many questions in 1 teacher of the Orange City school were nothing has been heard of him since he priced lota. We thought four years ago
i left He was hers with a view of that the large hotel and office building THEO DEMRO Orange City FloridaKOX.MON
the.price'of beef. connection with the disease thatare visitors here Saturday. 'I business would surely be overdone, but ,

', unanswered. The mosquito The three trustees, Hagstrom, Nels negotiating for the starch factory plant the more that are built, the greater appears -
", I If has such knows' be the demand
: anyone seen a man to
: State' Treasurer Sherrick of Piersoa and David Jones did
Rood
; theory has been strongly sustained a
anything about bis l whereabouts they The end of the present water supply '- -- -
. .i Indiana has been removed for ,yet there are eminent phy- day' work on the school yard Saturday will confer a favor by conveying such appeared to be in sight, and it became
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while painter and decorator H A evident that when 60,000 more bad been
with
gambling' ; ,the, ,State funds sicians who do not accept it asconclusive. Hansen worked over the cracked walls Information to Mr. Blanton at Hobe added to the population water would WILLIAM

Several insurance directors appear Preventive measures ceilings and blackboards, assisted by Sound. He was to go via Boston en get scarce. Most thorough examinations ,

.: ;,tq.have: had .their, ,salaries will undoubtedly be taken in' Axel: Hagstrom route to Jamaica, bnt. nothing has. been government were made by engineers local for experts an'abundant'and and by DEALER IN
heard of him. His Boston and Jamaica
increased for gambling with the f tue. and the probabilities are A. the result of a, shooting scrape be- unfailing supply sufficient for a "
friends are also trying to locate him. It Hardware Furniture Goods Second Hand 1
Goods
population of times that of the Dry EtcI
p?iioiiode's] funds I tween a sang of negro gamblers at Morrison's many
.: ,, ,, that ,there will never again be Is feared that he haa met with, foul play.; present. The result was the purchaseby ,
: ,t,'iv ,n 1 1 i n i in such an epidemic as there was in Turpentine City plant Friday the city of most of the land and
night one negro Is lying at the point of water rights of the Owen's River valleyin
?; llamas :Taggart ){Bays ,that insurance 1878; but, it is hoping too much death with gun shot wound in his body. Letter to John T. Clake. Inyo county, 249 miles north of here. have consolidated, my two stores, and now have a larger and bet-

/ companies never contributed to' that there will DeLand Florida The water Is line had ter stock of Furniture, Hardware, Dry Goods and general household
:hope never, and right arm amputated at the shoulder as as can be being
goods than I have heretofore carried, and you will find the price right.In .
one penny to the Demo- again be even a small epidemic by Dr Warren of Palatka. The two Dear Sir: You want a cheap job of of from Mount the melting Whitney snows and on the surrounding east side my second hand household department can be found some big bar.

i craMp, campaign fund; We don't of,the fever. assailants, negro man' and negro woman paint for a cheap house, don't you? mountains. Steps are now going rapidly gains. (I buy and sell second band household goods, etc.) I promise

believe that,the contributors tothe. I were run down tanil captured by It's Devoe It's the regular thing In forward to bring it here by a meat you bargains In either department. Prompt attention given all orders
and Don t fall to orders.
delivery.
quick give me
; Deputy. Sheriff Cade and brought to Devoe; there's nothing, in all paint, so covered conduit with the capacity of your
Democratic
'tS .. fund" were sufficiently The Tallahassee cheap as Devoe. 80,000 inches. That means 8JO.OOO.OOO:
True Democrat
this place, and at the committing trial 1 WM. KOLMON ORANGE CITY FLORIDA
I I': numerous for Tom. .to continues to show up the rotten- I before Justice Cade both were held for Oh yes yon can paint with mud; bat gallon.000,000 per people.day or We enough are not for agitating a city of ,
that isn't want it to look
have. paint; yon
." 'forgotten' any.Floridai ness which' has' existed at Tallahassee the Criminal Court about right for a month or two. the consolidation of the city and county

-i.< The Emporia home of Capt J J Been Paint Devoe can't do it for leas governments so that the city can supplythe ,..:.,,_.CC--._._. ._.,...._._........._'_.>f!!!! J
\ in the letting of State ; ; other and ranches in the .. .... '
If all l is towns C': .ce: : e-C': : ec: : c-:
; prospering asDeLand I was the.scene of a happy gathering lasl there' nothing so cheap; say. nothing ot county The cost is estimated at $23, %
printing.' Through this rottenness l;
I, isteVf4eneeLt j r ; ., and Friday night when a large crowd of wear there'nothing so beap aa Devoe.It 000,000,' which is a big sum bat it iicharacteristic Never
throughout Volusia a favored'print shop at the people congregated to'enjoy a musical, goes so far; save gallons; no matter I I of this city:' The work Is Before w f
: '. county why State capital has been given time 'mixed with the German waltz, French about the price, save gallons A gallonof expected to be completed in four years. '&, "m
the State is having, a prosperity I paint put-on, costs. 14 or 80; eave gal- That insures the future of the city. and
, 8h had and again printing for which theta ., whirl and Virginia reel. Everyone lone. the abundance of water for Irrigationwill Have we carried a more f ,
never before. There has
t. };, payer paid about two prices. present seemed to enjoy the occasion to Devoe ia your paint; save gallon.; De add untold millions to the wealth (t> Complete Stock of, .
: been;more building,' more new the very utmost, and to give justice to voe ia your paintYonra of the county. One who has not lived ,
In its last issue the True Democratsayer .
In semi-arid does
i hoines. ?; nlyolusia: this. "year than the splendor never before equaled; it trulyF a water. Gold country is not pre-eminent not appreciate out FURNITURE

>;- for "n't previous year in its was a handsome affair. The piano and W DEVOE&Co here; water is king Most of the land
I history., ; 'On ,August first, when a string band furnished some melodious G. W. Fisher sells oar.paint. here is fertile; without waterit worth. ..

I'.1' _ 'certified check" was required,, music daring the evening. It was long nothing at all; with water from $100 to % Everything for,your home-the latest In style-the best /j\"
r[ .A'" r after the clock ou the mantel chimed $500 per acre. I,t' that is made. We want to take yoa through, this department ;.\
t Supreme Court rt'printing F. C. AUSTIN.. ., of ..
, Parker: and :Roosevelt have our Store You will find the Roods you want and
forth the hour of before the LIFE IN JAVA.
midnight LosAngeles Cal., Sept. 21, 1905. (f\ at prices that
was awarded to the Capital "
: boa'c rndout; trong for a law pleasant guests could make up their .
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Publishing Company at $1.50 'Tit. Katlve Are Oral. and Mainly CAN'T BE DUPLICATED m
f which shall make public all campaign per minds" bid adinn. LIT and Eat In Pabl'.. Death ofE. B. Spronl.

I : .. contributions and expendi. page. On August second, whenno Gee Wblzl but what slim thanks that ..The Javaiis. live much. In Imbllc, and Mr. R.:B. Snronl.! father of Mrs. B: ...11111111'111.11,110 ,
I ? tures. If Congress refusses to 'certified check' was required, little donkey weetside crowd naggedupon toe poorer classes mstcna- or- eiicmg-- Bly:of this place, died at his Olenwood If' ""'
;j comply th the recommendation the same kind of printing ,was Wednesday, last week. at this their meals at home as Is the manner home last Wednesday in his. 08nd year. L\ Undertakers and Embalmers j,
I' f; of the unsociable He was stricken with paralysis about
Hindoo sooni
will be forced to awarded. to the St.. Augustine place. The high hopes of the rag-teg ten Jays ago and grew worse from that Goods
I ;. ,we assume that liquor alliance showed np with only. usually to L.eukfdHt and Uiuu ut ouu date. Full Line of Fine m

*'\. it j fs the-, members ,of Congress Record Company at 72 ents per three votes out of 22 after all their ,big of the itinerant cookiliops to be fuu&J. The funeral services were held from Always on' hand.
at street const.r. Jloie uxeluih! !' !n !in
- The every f fg
.first
\ who are ashamed of the manner page. arrangementkept bantam ranting shinbona bluster and the( home Thursday afternoon Rev. W. .
people! way be HCPII buying the small E. Dean officiating and all the neigh-
, .:, in which they secure their out competition and placedthe tickling their short-sighted narrow-mind packets of curry nail! lice.wrapped lu. bore and .friends, and a number from g $
'.l&t; < S eleetion'I work in chosen hands"while id ramshackled squirt guns nnreeled 'fresh plauta'u: loiiM'p mil pinned\ < n.tb DeLand attending, the burial at the J. F. ALLEN & CO.

,. ...,.. .. the'latter allowing real competi. quite a roll of hot stuff about the, tormenting bamboo Bplluttis; nMth arc luteuileil Glenwood cemetery by the wife, who "
\\I .. '. .... -.. .. whirligig blind' tigers but it for home ouuiiillriu.: died less than a year.ago.., ....-.>II!!!. --._. _._, ._._._._._._._._._._....._,_. _...
c A euzberrotjmportantmeet.rt : tive bidding;, eaves to the" taxpayers did them no good: Now'there ia still at To stroll dowu a villnve street and I Mr. Spronl was probably the oldest '''!'1't':: ;t';II:"';t';t'; eo:ee: -:eo:eo:cct': : : ee: :: -:, '

r '.ings'and.conventions! will.be.held! of Florida! 78 cents. on each; this place one old stumbling block so watch the culinary o-ioiatlous:. In pi'off- came citizen to of the this county.county. He twenty and his years family ago .-. .. '

,if/ at }Tampa, during, the ,'.coming, :. page.. Besides. all printing that badly disappointed over the result of unfailing'resa at wayside souice eut.ug.of nninnomeiit nliopsvna, : end mi from Illinois, and no citizens of the '
'P State Fair ,but comes.''from the "St. 'Augustine the election that he continues to growl county were held in higher esteem Last
; ; ,; 1 none more: 1m.'i. very clean and appetizing they lookn: year he and his wife celebrate' the 63rd 'LE.-WN r
BOND CO
: ,portant'! han'"J convention's! 'of house is neat and,clean: and'will snap and snarl at everything and everybody though the smell \\-"" ovctisianully anniversary of their marriage and few

} .poijltiry.breeders' ltr s fruit, compare i favorably'with"the best that looks anywa dry.. He haa somewhat trying to (f1i"tlr9pcilil, : ( UUHC. marriages in this world were happier : ,, (,
: ; forked himself op Into such rabid The Jinaiis, Ilkanil rice tttitlnjr: poo- than thetr's. number of children are : '
grower. of the State.'I.ol"r.lidentl. JaW[ ; work'done. anywhere.-Again: ptat of somnambulism that if ha should pie, are fond of prnscutr, and' evil'emel.: left to lament. the death,' and to whom Manufacturers. of 5 ,

: ,Brotv "ha."Issued>" 'call to* the' the s&rne kind bfwpr'.reprint. bite himself he wonld'-sure be a'victimof 'Ing sauces, ami equivalents of the Uurinaa the tended.sympathy f of all our people is ex Orange Box Material l Pineapple Crated Peach 5

cj't 'tY poultrj breeders' to* meet at *bTampajBoard ing several,volumes:of .:Supreme hydrophobia, and dl.of the jim-jams Kunpce. and, Japanese 'beau''soy | ,

.,\ ,, ,.f.i1'ade'OCJml/ on 'I cnrt' reportswus! ; : :"':awarded. to and l Ignoramuses.lock-jaw among his little. band of are,The In nitres constant$ : and rcaulHltlan.cnj| ( |blll.rtb.: children I ,Crates, Orange. and Peach ,Baskets,,,Strawf f i

\; the'morning of Tuesday, November the. ,.Painter': douipany .of. De- I look fat and healthy and appear JOHN B., WELCH | berry Baskets,. .etc.S .. !

..' ;'21'; and the! ,:\titrus: ;frdit growers Land, ,last week at.79"cents a : t..) enjoy life under easy conditions, I ..> I
? ," Orange City. though' they are generally speaking, ofgrave Orders Filled ::
; ..are.expected "to,meet.. the : page-a'saving pf 80 cents a page .----. .demeanor and are not endowed ORANGE CITY, FLA .Promptly 'and"shipped Any-. '. l' l
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4 same place on, the'following day. '-under. .the system'of honest. unrestricted Mrs Hill la Improving In'health.\ with the unfailing vivacity which distinguishes ; w.he're. : ,'a""I::! f

: These meetings are'for.the"pur competition. They MraWHCoienla' sick with the Burmana and Japanese. Fancy and Staple Groceries Tobacco
quite a During the six weeks that wa spent In Address "
jPO \ 'al;(orgaaizing. '" ::a ''Jlorida. also; have1,..' reputation' for doing / I the Island we did not' see half a dozen Cigars.Dry .. ""\1"',

1\Fool try"- Breeder'. ,Association good work! That'neither:of'..the cold.Thar* waa a library meeting. on Monday -, beggars and except'In'cities certainlynot I THE E. W. BOND CO., Jt! '

; 'and a-'Florid' *. Citrus Fruit Grow-: lower bidders will'' get rich. at pm.- son's.that number of "policemen.. -Fenr- Goods, Shoes, Hats Etc., Etc; ake Helen,! Pla., ,' ..,

: 'er'4 Asioc: ooi&t1on.l1d, bjectof' such prices, a' fact, but the Miss Alma Halllday went to Goodall I

'both' organizationf;':willj.be. price, to be:paid:'under,the l'eertIfled last Saturday to open her school.Elder" the public) press to thank for the constantly on hand, and all first
', / id.a t-tb&b.of improving: conroarttoproductlon- F check'/ plan is exorbitant Raider 'WM her Sunday and final defeat of Gasman Addicks. class Groceries for your table.1cotinlry t'

:., I fa [ : Thesej'cbjnpariaons' i servertd' 'ill6strato held services in the Methodist church. There, are timewhen., : publicity 'BOND LUMBER COMPANy ; I
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..' I .,Ih. "'ft.t.; ;" ,' the:quality'-of the friendship 'The new.school t teacher.. Miss Mannj; work charms. Produce
'(" .ir"i'I, "'!! ." : "''i'.o.' {.'ide. .,a.t ,, baa jiaken a. room with Mrs English Jn '_' ,: bought ... ,. .. .
'4: ;" ..,otherwise, for'the' people possessed by fill quote'you prices aitipll' yon, from their yards near the depot at DeL d, f
', the Crenshaur oottagu,; The 'dispatches ''Ia.'that Senator -deril' with the best cypress and yellow pine '' (
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careful
\ theft i1.bt..irh eoncefyed: this'eertifie4 attention j
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) ;. ...,r manner .. U Mr Jeff Cook of Oilmen Iba manager Depew has been back t-
"i. of cojnpfcC ,. ,paying!!; and delivery, prompt. You will J umber Flooring! Ceiling Mouldings Turning :
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./ "t ..,>ric > 6nTrait4 hecVF'I.plan, of b. plaDIDIr"1ftIJrI.-1I81'e'looking for a lot of money to the Equitable. !lad my prices aa low .. the. lowest. '

-" t4&P .in Lion M applied!Steto;>.printing -ho ato pn' hl '"mllyID. -' The question arises is this principal .- OJlvame' acalL_ ... SHINGLES LATH ETC. ., ,t ,, .
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When you buy clothes:>> here


G. A. Drefca& Go's Spell A Forget Regret to-day Tomorrow.LADIES' May you'' may, ,be, 'sure, .of' getting "? ,

I what .1 ''
you want.,
BELTS

rdDepartilleilt Store in the newest shades and shapes in leather and silk. Also the latest Hart S c h a if n e r, & Mar" r1r

creation "The Elastic Belt" and at New York a5c : i "'
Jet prices ::: to $2.5o clothes are noted for style and '


Phone 77Men's LADIES NECKWEARthe quality-all.wool;'no ''mercer, 1 1 ,

i cream oi the 'eastern market, styles! that are exclusive. The new ized" 'nor. other cotton,

Lace and Embroidery Chemisettes and at prices from Igc to $ .OO any /Ys.

r Straw Hats at LADIES' HAND BAGS We've'priced them right; the ,. '' ''


a Large 'Reduction.Men's the new silk bags are the most popular for afternoon and evening use; label ,is ill: them, small thing to ;'as

they are light and very dainty. In floral in design. We also have a look for a big thing to find. Iii iYS

very large line of leather -bags, in all the new shapes in Green, L
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E Summer Suits 1" '" " .
Plum, Red and Patent Leather at 500 to $2.50. IIZe II-

20 per cent off Phone i7 DeLand, Fla. V. M. FOUNTAIN /' ..

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dealer in I .
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Large Remnant Saleon All kinds of Furnishings! for / >.'';aMen ;t


Lawns. LOCAL SYNOPSIS. If you wish to learn, go to Beelar's Fresh onion seed for fall planting aFishers. and Boys. p ievCopyright :'

School 190$ by ;

Fisher has a fresh supply of garden Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. market Fart Schaftner &* Msrri! ., :.
'D "'l forget to ask I IH' 'IWI'ORTANT' NEWS ITEMS' OF seed for fall planting.: every Friday. j'\\:1I'\\":

:' \' TilE PAST WEEK Mr. Chas. A. Miller returned Tuesday The four drunken negro boys engaging .
: 'f r l F 1hiorfu Mrs. M. M. Bond was a Lake Helen N. 'Alexander left Tuesday -night
Sheet. from visit the coast. \
a to visitor Wednesday. In a row op at the station last Sunday ?
for his home In Beresford, :!' spending
,Kl II I Lo.ni l and Society. Items fur tan ".01.1,,'. Brill is back with a lot of new tablets :afternoon, and using profane and ob- '.
here ,
Wade, the piano tuner, will be here a few day baying oranges; '
Special attention given *.....*..Ilrleff' Mention of ......t. .. and other school stationery. next week. See his notice. :score langurne, were before his Honor He expects to return here the first o f "
.... If you want harness that will last geta I Mayor Bly the ,
..... by oar Reporter. Monday morning. The tbe month to remain through shipping
to Mail Orders.G. home-made set from Eriokson. Old school books exchanged for new leader wag fined $16, ana the other three season. Alexander and Baird wil :1\

New tablets at Brill's. Daniel, Blackwelder was here from ones at Fisher's drag store 18.85 each. They are trying to pay the handle between 25,000 and 80,000 boxes

s W. S. Taylor Dentist. the north end the first of the week. Mrs. a O. Fuller of Orange City paid fines and not serve out the sentence In of fruit here this 'season.-Wauchula '

Fresh garden seed at Fisher's. The city council will hold its regular DeLand a visit Wednesday Jail. item in Timea-Unlou.' :.:

A. Dreka & CO'S meeting next Monday night
Dr. Mell tte'a Remedies at Allen's. monthly After this month the open season for -

Get garden seed that will germinateand killing quail will be in effect. -
Mr. MOle Marsh Is now with Cranors
come true. Fisher has them, just in. Prof. J. W. Westlake in
was town
Department Store. livery.
For musical instruments, the best to Lawyer Spencer was here from Day from Lake Helen Wednesday. W. A. ALLEN & CO

tona the first of the week on legal busi[ School books bought, sold and
be had see Erlckson. ; < ex

Phone 77 Mr. in from changed at Fisher's Drug store. .
Geo. P. Colby was town ness.Mr.
J. G. Dyall was an Oak Hill The and Druggists and Jewelers.Drugs .
Lake Helen Wednesday. oranges are coloring rapidly,
visitor to the !connty seat the first of the
shipments will be market.
Mr. John W. Fodger. the candy week. soon going to

drummer, was here this week. Mr. G. D. Jackson left yesterday for ,

School books and school supplies atl Erlckson has a new shoe repairer, the Kentucky, where he remains for a Stationery,
I best he could get, arriving from the month. Candies
Huyler's
,
the Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy. North last week.
The DeLand Wood Yard is now readyFor Kodak Supplies,
The Y. W. C. T. U. will meet at the
Postmaster J. H. Hibbard has been business. See its ad elsewhere in
church at 4 Florida Souvenirs
Baptist Tuesday p. m. ,
confined at home the past two weeks, The Record. '
Dot 10th. suffering with fever. Toilet Requisites,
The Cranford Club will meet at Mrs.Oross' Messrs. Ed French and Fred Grahamof Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies
next week. The Club held All mechanics and carpenters are yet Orange City were at the county seat
no
7. rushed on the building in course of Wednesdny. Clocks,
& Osteen meeting this week.
Lumley Pharmacy erection at DeLand. Jewelry,
Mrs. G. W. Fisher returned home The Chapman barbershop has a new
Mrs. Bert Thornton left Monday to Silverware
Wednesday. She has been at Atlanta barber, arriving from New York: the ,
DEALERS IN since Dr. Fisher returned. visit the former home at Westville, in latter part of the week. Cut Glass,
the western of the State.
part Don't forget and then regret, tread Optical Goods,
School books, school writing material,
Choice Fresh Drugs, Stationery Toilet Articles Brill has odds and ends in stationery, McElroy's add this week, his Fountain Pens, Etc.
tablets children the
etc., for at
Lowney's Candies Cigars and Tobacco your China,ba kets, etc, which he will sell at offerings are interesting.
jomley & Osteen Pharmacy.The .
cost to make room for new goods. Messrs. Brooke and Clifton were at
Freshs! Garden Seed. Agents .School Books way people are coming to DeLand NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
All school books used as text books the connty seat from the Spring Garden
the coming winter Is to be record
and School Supplies.We a in the public schools of the county and section the first of the week. -
breaker In the matter of visitors.
school stationery on be had at Fisher'sdrag In a note to The Record Dr. W S.
County Commissioner Rufus D. store.
Brooke in from Osteen Monday to Taylor says be will be at his office readyfor EJ B 1? E : B : sE a
keep all colors, of the celebrated Sher- came Parties visiting in DeLand, may send business on Monday, October 6th.
attend the October session of his Board.
their children to Beelar's School and
man-Williams Paint; also beautiful line Wall County Commissioners Rodgers and have them continued in their courses Mr Frank Clark, Jr., son of Congressman

Paper, latest paterns. Give us a trial order. Murray, of the Coast districts, came in without change of books Individual. at Stetson.Clarkia He taking will\ the also classical take the coarse law DELAND WOOD YARDC.

Monday. to attend the October sessionof instructions. Correct methods.

LUMLEY & OSTEEN the Board. County Commissioner McBride and course.
PHARMACY Mrs. H. G. Wood and children, who C. FANNING & CO., Proprietors.
School Commissioner here
All the public schools of the countyare Causey were
the month of in Jacksonville
now in operation. The School Board the first of the week to attend the Oc spent September

DeLand, FloridaA. l starts in with the present scholastic tober meetings of their respective Boards. returned home the latter partof
the week.
year with about $10,000 in the treasury. Mr. and Mrs. Morse of Orange City. Oak Wood,
Mr. Gilbert, of Gilbert Bro., auto-
Hon. William S. Thaver. Commander were visitors to DeLand a few days ago.
mobile dealers of Jacksonville, .
is spending Pine Wood
of Loring Camp Confederate Veterans, They have just returned from a sum ,
the week at DeLand,
putting sever
mer's stay at the former home In New
was here from Enterprise Tuesday attending -
Hampshire. al automobiles here in repair.Mr. .
the October meeting of the KindlingFor

H. WOODALL Phone 79 Camp.Mr. Mr. A. J. Cleghorn, one of the popular M. Davis returned the first of the

and Mrs Sprake returned home Knights of the grip, on the road for a week from the North, where he has

Fine Groceries'OUR this week from Saluda, N. O., where Baltimore dry goods house, returned spent several weeks selecting the fall Heating and Cooking: Stoves.
and winter .stock for his
they have been the past two months From a successful trip to Tampa the store

drs. Sprake is much improved, and latter part of the week, and spent a few The father of Mr. G. A. Dreka armed

STORE continues to. day. with Mrs. Cleghorn and his slater from the old Maryland home the

The October term of the Criminal Sirs. Judge McCrory. He has both the latter part of the week to spend the Careful Attention given all Orders.

.. We started out to make our Store a public necessity, and Court of Record meets Tuesday next. State. of Georgia and Florida as a terri winter at DeLand with his son.
our whole endeavor shall be given to this end. tory.
.
Sheri Turner has been over the county The Turner House formally opened Prompt Delivery.Phone

OUR POLICY his week summoning Jurors and State and county occupation tax for this week for the season. With the new i
the year beginning October 1, 1805, is
\ witnesses for this court
:We decided when we started In the Tmalnees to build up a due, and Collector Smith is ready and addition completed it will be better prepared No. ui. Yards West Minnesota Ave.

reputation for honesty and square dealing with our customers, The negro boy Bellomy, who started the law makes it his duty to collect this to take care of its fine patronage.
and shall always stick: to this, became we believe it pays In the row up at the station last Sunday
,the end.OUR. tax at once from all doing business in The 415: Sunday afternoon Vesper EJmm .
afternoon, was before Judge McCroryTuesday
the county, a business for which the services have resumed up ai the University -
and held for the
morning was
STOCK State and county exact a license. The to which many of the DeLand
Criminal Court under the charge of .
-4 We carry a .stock unequaled in quality and price; we carry aggravated .assault. Collector requests The Record to .ay people attend. Dr. Hulley will conduct ,<',
everything the trade calls for, but if there is anything in our that he is ready to issue these licenses, the services next Sunday ., ,' "
,line you want, which we haven't, kindly tell as and it won't Mrs, S. H. Happersett and children returned and will expect the people to give the
take as long to get it. Monday from a summer spent in matter their attention.Vlremen' Andy Mitchell, a Lake Helen negro DeLand Homes. ..
prompt Some Pleasant '
hand under tlOO
North Carolina. They spent awhile at turpentine was placed
OUR HOPESWe
Hall, West Palm Beach
;
Monday
ialada, Waynesville, Ashevllle and bond by County Judge McCrory -
hope to give efficient service to our patrons daring the Hendersonville, and all returned home ISaponal Hospital, Tampa; office build- under the charge of assault upon

coming season, and ask for your patronage. greatly improved.Mr. tag at Lake Helen; beautiful Coving- another negro with a deadly weapon,

ton building and Brinkley & Balnes towit, a knife. \

PHONE 79 A. H. WOODALLPiano Zack Bielby is getting in quanti- Hats, Jacksonville, and the Cold Storage The following attractions have been Parties in the North who wish a winter or a
ties of and box material Plant of the Florida East Coast. Ice
Co.,
orange wraps
engaged for High School entertainment home in the Athens of Florid : :
for the marketing of his crops of oranges Miami. It gives the names of 73 lead- permanent J'\I
tangerines and grapefruit. He Lug cities of this country which coWain course: Senator B. R. Tillman, the should write THE RECORD for particulars A,, J 3
Montank Ladies Rnartet, and Ralph
has a fairly good crop, in the aggregate handsome buildings erected of sand- few nice homes with all conveniences, centrally ';
Senator Tillman
entertainer.
organizing a strong Bingbam,
They are very
Tuning. I several thousand boxes. lime brick. The Lake Helen CompanyIs and pleasantly located can be secured at
foot ball team up at the University, a will be here In November.
Next week Wade, the toner, will revisit team that will down all comers. Stetson ;The Art Studio at Stetson Universitywill a member of this Association, with Parents in starting their children to private sale, ranging in prices from $1,500 to :
Hon. Frank E. Bond member of the
DeLand. Each toning is five dol. has an unbroken record in this game in be open to visitors next week. The Executive Committee.a school this week should see that they l6ooo. just write what you want. A, few ti

lars. No more pianos taken by the year. Florida, and she proposes to keep it np. art teacher at Stetson, who has been are punctual and not miss a day. They can be had at a bargain. DeLand is boom. : '

Orders. left,.at Mrs.' Swift's attended to. The team is now practicing for the sea abroad all summer, has many photographs Messrs. Landis & Fish, attorneys at most put all their school hours in every and the place Florida Ask'for t" .M
taw, owners of the Volusla County ing, prettiest : :
and sketches which may interest ;
month of the term +O ae to be able to '
Ion.Mr Abstract Co., have moved into their the booklet"DeLand, the"Athens of Florida Fyn <
the cultured ladies of DeLand.
Methodist
Epicecop.l Church South. Bishop, Of the well known Bishop pass the examinations for promotion to ,
Regular and services every !da bath at 11 o ommlstlon bOON of,New York, was at I The Record is in receipt of a letter of offices, in their new beautiful sandstorne higher grade. another year. Do not let I ;,;::1.,-
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1'a m 80j> m; Sunday school at 10 brick building across from the bank
DeLand the latter part of tho week of the the fault be yours should they fail ''' :
a m i Junior Epwortb League 8 pm;Sen congratulation, over the result building. Tory have .as handsome ('N .
for Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid-week soliciting consignments of fruit' from wet and dry election, from Hon. GeorgeA. The St Elmo reopened Thursday
offices as are In the State. They
pravenneeting Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A our growers. His. is one of the oldest Redman, of Rochester, who, with occupy 1- '
afternoon with Bnahnell's orchestra
cordial invitation is extended to all commission booses handling Florida the east half of the building. Tax Assessor
these services. (r';:' fruits, his family, spent last winter at this Sam B. Wilson, DeLand Naval furnishing music for the occasion. and t'7 )

place, a daughter attending Stetson Stores Co. and'Capt. !S. V. Hough crowds of people attended. The Record )1

'i Contractor Clake has finished the fine the handsome room on the west congratulates the proprietor, W. B. Piastico
ftftt*...ftt.C***...***.***......... .....FFFFa'fF residence of :Rev. W. H. Stewart on side.occupy These offices look especially prettyat Fndger, upon the handsome improvements are Inside what Interact Faots yea Oomela '

'" '" : Minnesota Ave.,. and Is patting the night brilliantly lighted with eleo- he has made. A beantifnl tile end let as UU you about

finishing teaches to The Record sandS trio lights. floor has been pat down, tbs ceilings and Star Wind Mills ,
I -A Puftct Wall Casting '
I THE, ,ST., ELMO j jw" stone brick building, and Is progressing of walls repapered, new electric fixtures, ; "
Is hand.
The Record in receipt a N.n t lime yon emu*to towm,drop Combines Olc nlln M ,f:
the .
on two Jackson booses.As marble counters, handsome dew showcases
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around to our pleoe. The Star '
!!! comely printed book upon san Wind Mill Im nude la hebaMetwer.
: ] an evidence of the prosperity of products of thin country and of Germs.ny. and elegant mirrors etc, about t, It's tbe beet null la eta ,Any one can brush H onNo >, '..
9 he people of the county Mr. J. A. The Industry ot lime-brick manufacturing the soda fountain. It U one of the >-world'uid mill made teuton by tbe la laraeet&eworld. one can rub It off.
I II again Erlokson: has sold the two handsomest establishments now In the Come n eM .
open, having;been closed for a month" for ex* > daring past la the United States is only
: week., four pianos, two and ten State. He is getting the new stock won w.woayee Flastloa a pure; permanent ,: "
organs five old, but this book shows aamats.L '
tensive repairs. 'Visit it and see the new improvements., J sewing machines. la selling such goods1m years verylandsome i and la a week or so everything will be and Diu wall coating, and ,'
buildings constructed of the does not require taking OIl to
# ..ma'de, new fixtures, marble counters and ta'n.d i mores: ::1. Kriqksoa is a hastier. .Seven of' the jrlok from the Atlantic to the Pacific in place t renews doall l kal omiues It to P

| 'room and better light, :; ,'!few )lines ot t goods; are'lrTand | sewing machines he sold'over on thecoast eoa.... It is gotten op by the National I, M. Or'1'rnllsw tl. a adding dry powderveadyfceusebyrk cold water sod Can be <
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| arriving and Invite Association of Manufacturer of Sand reolt -- : adly brushed on by' one: ;
I all! customers to m'e oail ;7 ] any
give a Marsh's Meat Market.
: my ; .f{ j I'I'I Mr. Stanley ,Moffatt., who has been Lime Products of the United States, toMtaMt4 Made la white. and,faults** n 4 ;

$ Courteous and 'attention.. with the Western Union daring th. and it thoroughly demonstrates thai the The very best Western and 'Florida ".fasliiiyHirfln Unts :;: w",,ir'*%k e y,

,i summer vacation at New York, Oyster sand-lime brick Is the best most durable meats can. always be, had at the Marsh ', ,'matey !AITI.UUOIIIR 00.,' "' 4

.'-t I ,.. .. .-', ... :j" Jay, Portsmoorth and Boston, returned building material to be had today. The Chops Market Beef The, Mutton choicest and Pork Hosts.,Sausage Steaks, ,1WtM irW.WCII...A lj.: '))J: "

he latter part of the week, and has resumed book, gives photo's of the following eta., The standard packed meats .' .
B. on r
FUDQER ......
I I Wind Mill rr Ml"mW v/ ,
Proprietor. Pump and r'
"( : : ,> i' his studies at StaD. Hs Is buildings erected of the product of the band' Try Marsh's. Market and get the. : .. ....:,.............. ':> 'Jot "

lf ... u; ., ...... ...... IV*.A. I...... ... taking the clasdoal'soarsel ,' after'which 9ond'' Sandstone Brick Company of beet for your bom WELL ''WORK -., O.1Y. "" .':; s 1v
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Notice. Notlce'of< Final-'Discharge \

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a. meteorologloal]I I UMAnMoROBSLI Notice* hereby given that on Wed a... Notlos Is hereby, given that tbe linden).
"As a rule eaj I
dayJanuary Bed, WKW tho andel'1llgn"" slgnod Administratrix: : of the estate of Oyi
.. expert, "tb lle killed by lightning maintain .dmhilstr t.1s of tbe atato of"WbpelerJII.1 ruaVa<..rs, deooMed will, on the lOLl dayot
an appear.u ".of. life, staying In I Rheumatism does more than any other die- Bristol, deoeaaed/wlll prenflDc her Unul no February. A O 1IK)*, present her final aooountt '' '

'; j,, the attitude which they bad when, I case to rob! life of pleasure and comfort.. It is so painful and far-reaching1 in ooanv to the and Hon.vouohen J. Lee MoOrory.as auoh admlnlBtratrR Judge of the 4' ,'Coontv n* snob. Judge Admlnlatratrlx of Volusia to the('ount Honorable ,.,. The Great f 'Through Car Line From Florida

'I i' struck. An BnglUb minister named I its Sects on the system that those afflicted with it find themselves '
utterly County Judge's Court of Volusla county, Florida at his olUoe at DeLand, Florida .
':, Butler witnessed the,following In the, I unable to enjoy bodily comfort or any' of the pleasures of life. Some are Florida, and ak toi''a( lnai discharge/ 'S and ask for a final discharge.This '

.I town of Hverdon ten harvesters had I I bound hand and foot and suffer constantly with excruciating pains, swollen, such administratrix., t :*! ., MAYIW.'BRP4TOL.Admlnitratnix August 9th, 1005 CONNECTIONS: .
LOUISE WATBRSjAdministratrix. .
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under' hedge daring a .
a and
sought refuge stiff and muscles S
I joints Wheeler To
of the
Estate of .
i. > storm. LIghtning struck and killed I often distorted crooked Ih.d been troubled with Rheumatism for two H. Brlatol. ;., E as t THE ATLANTIC COAST LIN'E. via CbarlAj* B

.I 'f:' four who were left .s If petrified. One, I limbs. -hile others have years, had beau under the treatment ot ph1sl. S i lit: i :'.. : ." i the } mond and Washington.

i holding < his fingers the I CI: and tried everything recommended to Executors' Notice .Notice of Final Discharge.
.<: was found n I Intervals of freedom during lIIe i'ut all to .,eII. I ''
DO knee and elbow S
My
joln l
:11 snuff: which he was about to take. An. I which they live in constant were so stiff that I could not use them., I was.tuw All creditors' legnteea, dUtlbuleeq' and S Notice I Is hereby given that tbe undersigned To Wes't 'I /The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery.

;, 4' other bad a little dead dog on his knees I fear and dread of the next' able to do my household work and was truly in a all person having claims against the estate administrator with the wl'I annexed The }J The Mobile & Ohio B. It. via Montgomery.

.(. and bad one hand on the animal's. bead, attack when at the least ex-. pitiable condition. S. S. 8. cured me after using of Amelia. Lawrence deceased,, ...ene..by of the hi! estate of Lewis A, Austin, deceased J'
I will liy Ifcbruaiy
tbe first of.
,. \\1 white holding In the other band som I posure to damp weather, or it for awhile, and I unhesitatingly give it the undersigned notified Executor to present tbe within same twelvemonths to pie tile his final -.cbount.-< together, A with D inns bis To '... 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New

bread with which) be bad been feeding I slight irregularity of any oedit It so.much deserves. from this dute or the same will, be vouchers with the Hon. J. Lee Mo'"rory E. t I York, Philadelphia and Boston. S

It. A third was sitting with bis eye I kind the disease will return. st*> *-, E. verpool! o.,' .Idne. M. A. Dxcnn.I 'iirewr bar", ". County .'lodge orVol\lsla County Florida The }I Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore.,

: open and his head turned toward the I The cause of Rheumatism is a sour acid condition' of'the blood produced This March Ifllh HIM blsotllce In Del.Hml, Florida and ask I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation
that the be allowed and and
same approved .
:. storm."-Cblcago Tribune. I food in the stomach bowel JAMES B. CUTLKR, Via Steam hip. Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. ..
by lying undigested poor action weak kidneys JAMES I.. UKK, k tbat be bu discharged as such administrator

I- I and a general sluggish condition of the system. External applications, such ExeontoriNotice with the will annexed. ; > To.. KEY WEST ) .
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PENINSULA
"! A TnuMlntor'K Bluodcn. I as liniments, oils,plasters', etc;, do not reach the cause and can only give tem Administrator S with W.tbe L.will OSBOKNE annexed of BA'V1NA. I OCCIDENTAL AND STEAMSHIP CO.
the "mystic shoemakr. to Debtors. ami' Creditors r
Jacob Boehme porary relief. The blood must be cleansed and purified th"estate of Lewis A. Austin, deceased. .

."- once wrote a pamphlet which h. : before a cure can be had. So'S.'S: attacks the Notice In' hereby riven that the' under' This July ZSlh.lOOr miles principal
tickets of the
Interchangeable mileage good 18,000 railway
: called unellC<'tlonli on, the Treatise of sss disease in the right way-it neutralizes! the poison alvned has been Rppolnteil, Administratrix: over
or tbe estate of C. P. Jolly,' and .ml par lee of the.. Southern States are on sale by the principal agents. .'
Boehme's bographers
Isaiah Stlefel. One of and filters out every particle of it from the blood, hiiltllng claims. or demands, against said. .Notice of Final Discharge. "'"'go Pullman Sleeper, Port aml'a to New York via Atlantic Eas < _. ..' .

I bad never beard of that the stimulates the sluggish" organs and clears the system estate will present the acme to the nuder.aigned Notice Is hereby given that. on Monday >" umpiete information call on B. L. Powe Ticket agent or addresi .

ologian., But be knew enough/ German I of :all foreign m 1Utr. It cures the disease permanently and safely within two yearn fr.mi, tills date or October 80. 11108. the p undersigned, administratrix ""_teA \.. >>OYL8'fON.I.Dist.. Pass. Agent, W. D. HfAKK Traveling lot,. K-*
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to be aware that. "Stlefel'. meat I because it contains no harmful minerals to derange the stomach and diges he same will be forever barred. : de bonl non cum testamentoannexo 139 West Bay Street, Astor Building Jacksonville, Florida. '
", CABHIK B. JOLLY oCtbe estate ot Martha D. White I M. 1LMEKSON Traffic Manager W.J. CRAIG General Fasseagei "..
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misled
oot. and be was further by tion. Book on Rheumatism and advice wish without
charge. Admlnlstrat.lx.
any you This Bepf. 1. l00. deceased. will her final acoounLwith Wilmington :North Carolina.
the fact that Boehme. was, :a cobbler I rue SWIFT SPECIFIC co..'ATLAHTA. CA.' ,, :- said eataur present and the vouchers inereior I

.. well AS a philosopher.i be. made I Notice' to Debtors an.il.Creditors., to lion J.L. MeCrory,,"""ountl Judge of S .
.brilliant shot and spoke of tho pam Volusla County Florida. at bin offloe in '-
Notloe is that t
hereby given the nnder-
Boehme's "Reflec ,l Notice of Finol Discharge.- DeLnnd In said oounty, and ask that Bald I I : .
ph&lIt in question as signed hag been appointed by' the Hon. J. account'he allowed and tbat she bs discharged '
tions on the1 Boots 'of Isaiah.1* In this PROUD OF HIS WORK. Notice Is hereby given that six months LeeMoUrorv, County Jndge of Volusl from further administration OP ., .; "J.
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\ after date to-wlti On October 21rd.) County Florida, Administrator ot' the estate a'i .
several catalogues.A. said
\ guise l it passed into Job* McCullouKh l.jChaJr4 B* 1906, I will present my final accounts a* of L. !W. Odum, lately deceased ol said estaM.I :i ... .Jil : ij: k C'; 1'g e';'
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executrix of the estate of Harmon Mnrlng/ county, and all person having elaloia ... '- .
fore Ho Beoani a. Aetor. :'I' n;.nn...;i iw.. '
) Good Thine to Knew.tA and ask for my final discharge as executrix demands against said estate will present DeLand Fla. a .
Ap.II29. IOCS.
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/ wrltBr..41sc\LIsln/f/ the lost art ot i Of ;the itliouauuds uwioi.admired, tho of.said estate. the same, duly authenticated< tame within local Time Sep$7; :
( "The tlme to acting of John McCuIJpugU) few: :weroawure 1 M ABY FRANCES MARING.A two years from date or tbe same will be. Card No. 62. Corrected t to 1
early rising lays I proper, forever barred. :
that at rildeeu: he could read. prll 21st, 100B.\ : Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un
,I rise I. when sleep suits. That's a good Dated this September,14th, inoa) ,t '
: der Section 8 of Chapter.4888. Law sourH-eouso-sgo
If but could not 'write'and that at tight- DOWN. NOUfl.SOUND.45AD UP..
to learn. Do know. wbadn'Aeen
thing you Executrix Notice. JOHN B. CUDM of Florida.
that In a paper we shouli eon bo knew. absolutely nothing of literature Administrator of the estate of L.W.Odum .
I I, that the ,, perhaps pot even the name All person bavl'ng, claims agnlnat \the estate Notice Is hereby given tbat M Neenan No. .e !fe. IC! 5TATION5 < Jr.:78 t" .....
have gone on believing proper or John M. White deceased. are hereby purchaser of Tax Certificate; No 160 date O.Ur: Daily 0..1r: D..r ,.
time to rise was when you were right of the grout, poet of Avon ,whose Interpreter notified tn present the same duly au. Notice of final Discharge. the 2nd day of' July, A. D., 1000, has die -

I In the midst of your soundest sleep be afterward became. thentioated to tbe undersigned Executrix Notice is hereby given that tbe under said certificate In my offloe, and bas m.de : g & 9 vga 40 ;, Lv: = __.o." ::::= t 'lOOp 541 550 :
application for tax deed to Issue in accordance J.ckson'iUe. 5019
lu after life McCuIlough used to within twelve months from this date or the signed Executrices of the last Will and -
What a blessed thing\ Is for this blind 1151' IO .a" _1..AoC..ID._.__. C .01' 7 .11.
speak gratefully of an old chalrmaker, same will be forever barred. Testament of Frnnre A. W. Shinier will with law. Said certificate embrace a .5 p II" ___..JI."n"-._.,,_ 'S5 I' .. .
old world that there are some men In KLLA K. WHITE on tbe 10th day of March 1\. D. 1H06 present following described property situate co 'lOP .1160 .""."._...ZactPnI&tka ..."."",..." 4lip ens5. ..
It who know nearly everything! under whom be worked. for teaching Executrix their final account as such Executrloes In Vnluala eounty Florida. towlt '- "T'iiP III ii I' Ar ..__._...Pni.tki.,,"'...,,_..._ Lv mO 1'1100& tc
him two things"dialrnaaklng and Orange Cltv. Fla. Ann! 1006 together with the vouchers, to tbe Hon.J. NX lot 4, block F, Bryan's Borbervllle C "I' II 1"Ly _",._.._.."....lPaIatJt. ""_...""..,, A. a 00 p.5 55 C

,. WIudom. Shakespeare." In his periods of conviviality Lee McCrory.. County Judge of Voluala The said land being assessed at the date '0 ""i2; i.ssi I' Ar ..._.....,..Saa' :IIa&oo............_. Lv Tifij, ... ...... _
'The -wise- !- 'man when be 'contemplates the' old cbalrmaker! 'w.. accustomed Notice of final Discharge County Florida. at his olllce at DeLand, of the issuance of snob certificate in the c: "'J 110 _I' 8 OU a LY ......._.........Mn Masse............__" A. e 115 t I' V 50ij a ;;-
Tha undersigned administrators of the Florida and ask: for a final discharge as name of Martha Illllman. Unless laid Cd ,i p TTSTp Ly _.__". Binge .___....._. L. 8&fji m a r+
a Journey let his wife' pack. and thoutakes to spout; Shakespeare to such Exeoutrlce certificate shall be redeemed auoordlng I to .031' la 47 p .__.__Jlunnel ___ 8 4. p 084 a
estateofAionzo L. Bushnell will the
her along to repack. If not, be young McCuIlough, giving a somewhat Drat dav of February A 1) lliOfl,, file on their WIMONA SAWYBR, I law .ax deed will Issue thereon on the 0. : 41 i. & law i M p p :: ===:8g;: ':== : 887 8 ID p p 4 889 a a "0

,Will need a dry goods case to hold the Imperfect Imitation ot Forrest's acting.It accounts, such, administrator with the ISABRLLB jBDgis) HALL MILES, j ..24th day of October, 1906 0. a 118 I' 189 p .. ___D&J'lnn....._.,_ .. 8 00 p 447 a ..
'averflow when he turna homeward. was this that turned McCullough's County Judge ofVoluala County, Florida. U. HAZZEN. I. Witness my otUolul. signature and seal .. II 04 I' 1 81 p I' _._.Porc Orange,.._....". 1 80 p 4 84a 5
to the I at bin office In DeLnnd and ask that the ExeoutrlcHS, of the last Will and Testa- this the 23rd of September: 1905 -) 115 I' a IB p' Ar ...,,_......-Mow Smyrna: .....H.......... 18! p 4 IS5drr a
!;.w York Times.FOR _ thought fromcbalrmeklng' : stage. seine. be allowed and approved., dent or France A. Vf. Shinier deceased j "AWl, D. JORDAN .c: 'tl I'' &r ._..._LakeBeleo...,,_,__ Lv i2'ICI p"P ...
Yet In all his after years McCuIlough/ WM. 8. THAYER. This Augu 81, 10011 Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County. Fla ; 10 .11 a a B5 .._...".Orang city: .....",".._. I i at p 5 .1 I'
was proudest of his early craft. On AUGUSTA O. HUSHNKLL ... 10 .8 4 00 p "..._...Or.Bit. City Junction.""... 1280p 8.8 I' n

occasion at tbe height of his Administrators L.. -41 85 r I 28 P Ly _..._.x.[ .. Bnirm...._ Lv -"j j p 4 iS a i
one popularity C- 10001' 181 I' .._..__o"k HillTICtUYllI ...___. I.. p a 89 a ..
IL : BOTH he was the guest of a wealthy This July 21st 1005 10 BIJ" 5 80 P &r ... ".""....,. "...."."....... ., I II P 8 00 aFBr fA.

Philadelphia In the midst of the c: -i .... ..... Ar ,,".,.........,.. Sanford .""' _....._. Lv 'm1. lo 00.
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ. o .... 1000 a L. .......__...... Sanford ..............."'... A. ...... ... u 00 a 0II
talk after dinner the tragedian glancedat
Section 8 of Chapter 488H, Laws 10 39 p -s ad-i' LY .,__ TII..tIIa, "..._,....._.. Lv -Cup Ili a :I
'. One disease of thinness ii a chair In the room. went over to it of Florida l 11 IS p : .:: -...Cooi.' .. 1184 p 1 It a
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and turning it bottom said to his I.. It n p & = Rocklede.: :::=::::.: 11 HO p 1 ii a .-3 I IlIS
Children is scrofula; in ndultaconsumption. up, Notice is hereby /given that W H Knight T. CAIRNS, Propr. and Manager. 11 >a p a 44 p _. Oallle...__....__., II Bi a I.. a ,
amazed host: purchaser of Tax Certificate; No 1470 dRte,17tb U 11 OS a H : MolbonrnBabastlan. II 41 a I Si a ;:
: Both have pool "I thought sol! That's one of m} day of June, 1KB'). bas tiled said certltt- DRESSED 11 01 n : 80 & === ;::=::=: '. 11 fit a I 11 61 a .

I blood ; both need :more frit chairs! cute for tax in deed my olllce to issue and bus In accordance made application. with LUMBER ho 1 1 B: a a : :: : :.. ==,..l'ort,ai. Lucia.Pi.ros.:....=::::::: "' 1018.Bon 10 I 1J : uoonII I M p S'C .

"' These diseases thrive on lennhesa. And he seemed prouder of the fact I law. Bald certificate embraces the following AND ROUGH '- 2 IIA 25 a a V T eu. p ._.._ Tlkbala.Bden ...._._._. ."' 5 D S'aS'i i I II It S3 IS p fA .,

Fat in the best or that the chair had lasted so long, be- described' property situated in Volu.aiaoountv 0.. sasa : ; : =:::j-::::::::= .' 9'4ta111p p k.,)
menus .
cause It was so well made than h* was Fin, towlt: Siding, Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding, Window ant II) 1 7:18: I'' ... ___.... Siuar'...__........_. II IL 11 04 p0
celllng'Floorlnf' ci son 7 118 __ ..Hob _.__.__ "
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!Overcoming them ; cod liver cd'makes ix>t E, Blake P M. Sound< II a loan f
of his histrionic success. Saturda) The said land being ansogaed. at the date Poet! Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. 8 IT a 5 If !: _...."HW.aC JupltorUTeat "_..._ 5 II' a 10 19 p
the best and healthiest Post. Shedding for Groves and Pineries. W Crates and Box Material a specialty tIl 4 04 a at :: Palm I Beach... 45 II 46 p
Evening of the Issuance or such certificate in : ;
tbs for of kind of 4 81 a Is : == : Boynton.,.,.,:..:= 1 20 : 18 p ::s
Contracts taken the erection
tat and name of C barles Hollnnd. Unles sold certificate any a building ..0 u. IJ 10 I' .. __......IXIrar: .........__ 7 1 U a IJ 09 p Co
Custom Red Tape. shall be redeemed according to law I.):: laSalelip .. __...... L."derdale.__ 514a Slip
L found tax deed will Issue thereon on tbe 18th day DELAND FLORIDA. 'in_ 8 46 1010 I'' .... __._... Dante ....._.__ 6 10 U SO* p 'I
Several tins of paint were October 1900Wltne.s :21 s SbOalOIap __.BaU.ndale..___.. aaia I'etp ODCO
SCOTT'SE'MULSION among/ the luggage of an Englishmanwho official signature and teal ( 14 a :: 01 I'' :. lemnn : : Ct a T m p .
my S.8fl a 1.2.F ::::::---.Miami.: .::::::::::: Tx lan .T.. .10 p
was traveling to- Monaco. He this the Itttb day of Sept 1905SAM'L : ..;..;;;;..

was In' cbarge of a racing craft and D. JORDAN, Tin GUI
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County Fla Pipe fitting, roofing, D51y HOMESTEAD EXTENSION' PJl?

Intended the to use after the .plgmeut Its to' touch By BEN FISH D O T E ECCLES 1 tenng and spouting. Pump Bu. _ _ _ gi' ,_. ,
KAg railway '"
up jresspl wells and tanks made i;; ; =::= Y ....___...... MlAml......_-._.. A. ........... ISOp;
Journey: The French custom officials, repaired, 10 50 a _.___. A. ...__._..Bom.._..._......... L................ I 00 pINC.
'! however took exception to the paint on HODGKIN'SWagon to order.: Repairing; of all
FiU the easiest and --- -
most effective the 'groundthat: It contained dutiable 17

; form, of cod liver oil. Here's ajiuturnl spirit whereupon the traveler argued Shop Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.. Satisfaction guaranteed". _Sun.. .3 No1'P4cc, No.1.DalI Dlf XA1rPOBT EBANCE No.Dan7: 18t.; lOIN.I DaIJr. "

;i Border of things that that be Intended bringing It back on Only Only r.s Only

tbe' bow he Shops next door west of bank Jndiana
leaving country. tAsked Avenue.
': K\vsfwhy Scott's Emulsion is : lOOp lOlea 00 I, 7 21.. L" ......Jaebon.m........ Ar .145a lli9ep slot
was going" to'brlnll' It beck, lie replied DeLAND FLA. S os I 1118. S 00 p S in A. _.110. laok..nvlll.. .. Lv 1 81 a It 21 pi s nnp .__
f.f'I in .
much alue .
: all cases of "On' the sides of the boat.'' Even this 11 .0 \p 10 110. 5 .0 I' I 55 a _.,.Pvbio. B ""b.,_ I a. 11110. 4 80 5 .__
J Forult.;; I 41 I' to s" a a .s IJ 01.. .....AllaDtla Bwi..... 7 00. 12 U at C II
consumption. Jfore plea ldJd not suffice the authorities .art Everything( in Wagons, Baggies, Carts. th S soap 1I1U a :TO0pp ..Mayport."" ..._. "'. StOa 1180 5Z ---.

i i. p. t. more'weight;more nourish4illt gufntf that the spirit: would have evap. etc., manufactured and repaired in my .
orated. Shop:! in the very best workmanship

;' that's why. known. Only first-class men employedand Why Not DrinkS PEN'NSUUH'! AND) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP: CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI 'P

The Great Assent Eartbuanke.v first-class work turned out. I have

1 Send for free sample.SCoTT i'i'f r After] the Treat Assam earthquake latey added to my plant a PURE WATER ? Close CoanecrUs Macs at Miami. will Steamships ol the P. A 0. S. S. Company. IW

which occurred on June 12, 1807 the "
[ &: BOWNE Chemists. i earth tremor went on continuously for THE Orange City Mineral Spring Water Is un.arc"s'ed In purity being HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
.' free from organic matter and properties"
: 409 415 Pearl Street New York'Mi several days. It was estimated that
-, especially beneficial cases of kidney ..".d liver Iro'lble.
.nJI.OO n II II if AUdiuggIa.t there,were 200 shocks a day for a few This water has received Haltering endorsement from such men as Erastils -
days after June 12, and, though these O Smith professor chemistry, Poloit College Beloit, Wlaoonaln, one These Tim Table show the ttaa tt whisk train may: b* expected to serf. .at and< dapart
.-, of the best chemist In this country; J. B. Ogden director, New fork end from tli9 several' atatloo, h' their arrival or departure at the tlmoa stated l is not|aarancae4
had diminished to twenty or thirty'itaay nor I.lila Company: to b*kSidrsspOnalbietO!aa7d.Iayaoranyooasequenc.earas4ng: tbaroiromFor
.. othe a.
r: A -. .? oiuiNY ,WRECK. oy toe nuuuie or Juiy: rue people By authority of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition the following testimonials .

were accustomed for1 at least two years are given '
r... norm'cam*, I. Morirar.;I*'AlmoiMI' after the earthquake to a dully shock. In reply to your esteemed favor. of Jan. 9, 1908, we beg to advise you Copy of.the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information
t.. Worlds End.S that on referring to the official list of awards as approved I by> tbe Superior'
These after shocks tho residual
S The North I. not were Jury we find that yuu nave been awarded a Collaborator's Silver Medal." .".SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
;;Y cape Norway quite
effects of the first disturbance and
big The Jury of awards bas placed you In a position to officially and most
,the most northerly land In Europe. but bad nothing dangerous In their character. tffuoiively' make known tbe fact that you have received tbe highest award :J. D. RAHNER Asst. den'l Pass. Act.. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
(lit Is far enough north a dismal black tbe world can give you for Ibe excellence of your products. ,
point Jutting* out Into'the sea nearly N. U.: BAHNXS, Director General."
''a1 "''thousand feet high. Thf Orange: City Mineral Sprlne: Water received the only diploma at the -
Leading to tie .
Left the 'World.The --
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Bt te Fair at Jacksonville In competition with many other displays.. It Is ---
;.top Is a rough path not difficult to as- beautiful Mme. X. was greatly now being bottled and sent out by the Orange City Mineral Spring Company,

: bend] unless It be wet and slippery. distressed a short while since. Her put up In attractive .tleln oases of 13 half-gallon bottles. For further information Southern

From the top to the edge of the cliff husband had forsaken her leaving behind addreasORANGE Railw y.

!''ls'a half mile or more of hard walking: him a note as follows:."Farewell, CITY MINERAL SPRING. CO.,, ,

over stones or through mire. dear Adelaide. I am quitting this c. A. BULT.EM Mgr. Orange City Fls.
EFFECTIVE
-At'lut we come to the edge"of the world.": Two days later thee lamented MAY 28, lots(

:cliff./' The sun, though It Is nearly '12 husband returned .to the wife of his COLD TIRE SETTER Vestibule TralnsKtst No. 84 No 80 North and West No 13

o'clock has almost reached the lowest bosom hi the best of spirits. He had ,. LvJack.onvilie.Suty.. s 910a, 7Mp Lv Jacksonville, So By. I tSp
edge of his dally, path but I la still far been up In a balloons. :. Can eet your Tires without taking I.v Jesup. Ga, So Ky. ll40a130p; 10401' Lv Jesup, So SOp p
above the You 1 wheels from vehicle. We take out no LY8av.unab.80By. -i i tUlSa Ar Macon, So: OOa
shimmering sea. standon bolts, rob no paint or burn your felloes a.r ('otumbiaSoRy..1 I 8Mp 80011 Ar Atlanta So ; .
that lonely point feeling except for BitTlaar, Not ShopplaiST. with a hot tire. Come and see it work Ar Charlotte rio R'. 102flp 9 Ma Ar Borne Bo R so.

the presence of those around :yon, that Caller- Is your mother In, Ethel? and yon will never have your Tires set Ar Greensboro.So Ky.ar ... 113a 13 Sip Ar Dalton So JIv..S. lila
Danville So
you are quite pot of the world In which 1 Dthel -No ma'amHe's*;' downtown. hot again.. John B. Stetson University Ar Richmond Bo Ry.BT.Ar ...1 8 221u1 Ii'1s' I U42paiop hUla Ar Ar Cbattanoogo, &
yon have hitherto spent life. You Caller-Shopping? Ethel:" Ob. I I Lexington mr
Bo
your ":- ao; Thanking yon for your patronage In Lynohburg: By 484a 420p Cincinnati, Q A C .. .. T40p
stand without on a rock pelted bye." don't think she had time for thrt. She! the past and hoping a continuance In ArCba.lottea'vl.IIR: ,. j Sisal Cincinnati Big Four.. 840p

cry storm of wind and snow. Attackedby Ju.t" said she was going to get some ?ho future, I remain Ar Washington Ro By B Ma I 9BOpesoa ChIcago; Big Four... .. TlOa
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the flery and she .. DeLand, Florida. Ar Baltimore. P li" .. 1130aItSp il liSp Lv Cincinnati Pa Line... .88Dp710a
summer SUB pitiless things needed.-Philadelphia Pt. Yours to serve Ar P
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winter frost II0IXIKINS.1a
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tree'nor throb nor scarce a flower can AFFLIIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO. No. 84-New York and Florida Express" Ar Chicago 0 H" D. ..... 718a940p
exist. Among the moat solemn place. Dally Pullman Drawing Room and Sleep Lv Cincinnati, U H A D

on the globe It must be reckoned the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL AETS-The standards are those ol the University i leg car; between Port .Tamp. Jacksonville Ar1'0ledo. CHAD ... .. .S2i
world's end. a 'vast stony 'wreck A FACT "1 luau: wesS lID.s5 the orCTbloago. Stetson's graduates receive their.degrees from both Stetson and and New York. Ar Detroit, PM.... .. .. T30asop
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jading above th. wide waste of wa-- 4.4'i'I"1. your labor mod 7 COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to practicelaw Daily Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping Ar Plttaburir, Pa Lines.. 5 Ma
ters.1 Albert I. Bolls In ABOUT THE "BLUES"What It Car,Jacksonville to New York Lv Cincinnati 9
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'. .'--I. Is known as the "BIuw" so plea'scything: but 4 and Mannal Training oou...... lea Jin to degrees. Fin. new building, "ooitlyCOLLEQK Bky. Lv Lexington So By......,. I) BOp

ff seldom, occasioned: : by actual exist: eqirnenh., Lv Jacksonville So dy............ T Slip Ar f e8080BB1 ..... .. Slop
{' rb. TMlc.*eklf.la OF BUSINESS Ranking In all Its branches Book-keeping by Lv Savannah, lIe By.... .......:,..13 Ua Ar Louis : 782a
external FERRYSEEDS :: 44'a'
some parts of the Tyrol a peantl lug; conditions bat In the beat methods elective courses open In other departments.. Large faculty and! Columbia, ..80B'.........,.". SOiia Ar Anniston, Ala So"iiy :: 9 '

ful%;though'curious customprevails.. !great maJonty' of case by a dU- .commodious bullilinv.' ,. : S S Ar Asheville So Ry......... .. .. 1 fiOp Ar Birmingham, Ala. tRili4Sa
l ordered ''r' PREPARATORYCAUbMY! .. .Graduates prepared to enter' Harvard,' Ar Hot Springs N C, So By.. 1 3Tp Ar Memphis., Tenn. P'risoo..I 80Bp
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Yale, Princeton, Cornell Michigan,Chicago and ill flrat class college Knoxvllle So Bv ....... 8 OOp
just;:before'SB-leaves'fo. tli.churub ,f' TUIS IS A PACT' 4n. .atandafd alUr 49 rara'tMt. .: ,NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-1. Kindergarten in Its.own build. Louisville, So By...... ........ S BOa. Memphis, Tenn.... ......I $ SOp
.her nother gives her a handkerchief which be demonstra Tb.,. alwaya produo: Ing. .2. Hrimarv and Or.mm..llcbooi in separate building.' This tonool especially Ar St Louis. So Hy............, io6p Hot Spring/: Ark,...

whirls,called, a tearkerchlet. It, Is may 10........UrfM... All dwilsn and sum, prepares Public Sohool teacher. .. Ar Clnolnati QC............ .... H\ lila No 13-"The Fit Limited." Dally solid
made of newly and unused linen' t tad by trying a cour* olTfcsyconijml4uioV >... Our _.u.tb. MUSIO IIf'HooL10 000 00 pipe orgA'a. dozen pianos,.separate build.. No 80-Dally Pullman Drawing Room veatlbuled train, tbrough coaches and Pull-.' "
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4.. ..... .Ammmmttn leg, larire faculty thorough course study. C': ,and Buffet Sleep' / Car between ..I.nk.on.man, Sleeping oar Jacksonville toCln'natlNo.
and with tt the girl 'dries the natural on MquO. ART BCHooI.-New studio. Costly oaat*. model, eto. ,- ng
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\ '.team. .she sheila on leaving home. The .M.Pussy. a 00.' Stetson bas a fanoltyof W proleasors( and Instructor They hold degree IS-Pullman drawing; Room Sleeping

tearkerchlef Is never ,used after; the I oaTnoiT, EON; from Unlversltv Cblcago, Harvard, Yale Dartmouth. Colombia, University Dining Car,$ rvice. Car Memphis between and Kansas Jacksonville: Birmingham
t tutfeiUs City.
: of Pennsylvania Bryn Mawr Bucknall. ITnlveraity ol Michigan Dennison
Ttegs day. but Is folded up and and other Unlveraltle There are over'1JOOOUO.OO In building and equipment) : :
,..qt esiIne* closet,'.where,It rerifc nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; an endowed library of'over 18.000, I ARRIVALS AT J AUKSO.I VILLB
obtalq and
promptly U.a
I ."IDa wpi's death; when It Is. d1h. ForeignPATENTS volume! a beautiful chapel with costly furnishing, including stained flat From New York, Washington, etc.-No. 29, "Washington and Fla Um".... ... 800am
,t ;e*kenirovgtii lace and spread over ) .* .* LIVER.p window, 7 oil paintings/: a $'0000 00 pipe orauf.! Gymnasium with complete New '
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enclosed Athletlo Field running track tennis court, baseball Tork Washington, eto.-No.( 83 Washington and FloridaExpre.V": .. 810pm
\ .her. des4jtefe. M*.-' .. .ay brln.h yancy? to the .cpar.tu..D from
Cincinnati Ashvllleetc.
gridiron besides ."lmmID/f.loIC.; rowing and other sport*; sepe. -No.29. "Washington and Florida Limited".... 900am
4, .; : I IBrest' 'tBl! d. They brie, ...... (4astkUXtetlMMdrrj. -> rate building for men and women live large laboratories for .'hem la try, Pb,..
:l\tj< ,.... .. ; From Chicago, Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-No. 14, "Florida Limited" ... ........ 9 811.>
I .a.y_; o' lflL.4Z1&e ; di V5JS. Ics, Bacterl>>logy. Mlnerology and Biology) several large museum and *bop*{. :.
.( 'O' .. rleotrlo llvhta. electric hell., team heat, cement wlha, shell roads,' broad ave.nu .
majority' :"of.people) need Ji'. TAKE NO .UB8TITUTE.- Band model,skgtob or bota ol InvenUon lor -s. spsolou campus, shrubbery and trees; social, literary and other*ludent*' J. C. Lush District Pi8i Dger Arent, 108 W. Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
i J i kracta up all lbs tfma.",They want to fravraporton patxntoMllW rnr fr boos. alubt nor lecture courses| Christian and not sectarian teaching. Too location 8. H. HABDWICK. P.T. M. W.H. TAY LOB!:, O.P. A. BROOKS MORGAN A.G.P. AHEALTH

: .. ......1IN4. -The,. do. not know their \ fi "t 'i..o or "2-, : la beautiful and healthful and the expenses: are 'Low .
.wa Ba tKls. ;Th"y"'sre'not-sur oftfeenumlve Sale.tTotlM .-. ./ For catalogs "1..... folder and Inlcnrstton) addrens the Pre.ld.ntj
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:tfels art, ;'Biwonragement" toto, tnaayMa the flux: day: ot ,bTM.ftJ beI-.1 A t D.
What .flattwy. Is to some women lEn; apply to the Hon. Ooantr Judge fit Ii -
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T94AJ ar" ((84), of town.JP .William'Indian Pile PENKYBOYAL PILLS AFTER womo, .boua for $ .oo securely. Ifotf WVappOL Chemical 0.D. receipt of price. .1.00 r o..
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sisMe-*)(ssMisl ihnas((1)oCkawieklpooHewi .-, flvea Inataat r** I 'womanbood.! aiding development. of organ. and ''body.Mo
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