The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00255
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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j "' VOLUSIA/ / / but we also want canning factories to ,

I $ GOBEL.. "& DAY take to ship.the vegetables,wben it does not pay I If You Wantthe BEST' ORANGE WRAPS, fak' for .'.,,

Grand Jury Organized to Return True We have recently found .a little Alabama

ESTABLISHED 1860 Bills for Murder. town that should be an object lesson
for us. Orrvllle, Ala., is a small UWTEfe
233-238 West
Street, New York
35irlt The fall term of the,VolnntaJotroult|: village with not more than three or four c
court convened Tuesday morning with stores It Is twenty miles from Selma fa'ea r
Judge Minors Jones presiding. lodge on a branch road and located in the rt.a }
AUCTION SPECIALISTSIN Jones la serving his second term ns judge cotton belt Cotton has been king fora

of! this circuit, and he la one of the long time. The negro is in evidence 1I ..' r i C : 'I '
ablest. fairest and most Impartial judges with his cabin and male. Tbe people .4 ,:

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC Florida baa He enjoys distinction,' ace weeded to the ways of the past, with .t t,
ea. and Is popular with all the people of his its credit system and only: one money r o :
ice. Consign your fruit to a house which guarantees irontt. He promptly Bounded the crop-cotton. p ,
docket and fixed dates for the trial of Bnt there Is coming a change. Read } ,
prompt sale, top market value quick returns, and the a u r {
taken !
clipping below last week t
cases to be disposed of at this term. re
.... A SQUARE DEAL FROM START TO FINISH. The following grand jurors were em- from what a a small Birmingham canning factory paper. in It.a show small L i M' w alY H ia ik 3 r ia'y ivieyg a

paneled; to make inquiry into iinprder village is doing a ,D AJa

WE SELL AT AUCTION DAILY cases and other matters that may come Notice particularly that sweet potatoes J o S 4 ci
L -J J.C.CC.C before> them: are profitably conned and marketed
DeSoto lead Florida, and
__ Z. T. Bielby fremanJ.; W. Fndger; county can i f.
Florida beats the world on our sweet
. .... .-"'. .... .... ...... ...............'..... !! clerk; Albert Turner, Z.T. Ziegler,John potatoes. Thousands of bushels are being
.1fooIJ&! :':,..!:.:_:::.....;. e:"'.... e--: .._:. _:.:::eW' -:--.:.:::....:.:::::: leasing, H. F. Thompson, A. White shipped ont of the state in carload

'J ker: W. H.: Hwkttll, H. L. Lowd V. T. lots. Many thonaanda more are wanted
o.tier rues KutaMlHheil; 1880, \\ The freight rates alas: ) are too high for ,
\* r. ftS Barr, H. F. Lungren, Adam Karr, S. B. supplying this demand. I a %
W # Brooke: M, Payln, M. M. Moore, a.hoinpeon With canning factories, the Florida
J. H. Gentry, J. Je riea. sweet potato crop will increase in volume v.54._ M..Itm
The following petit jury was sworn In and value One man In Orange .
F. M. LEONARD & CO. | for the week: county this summer sold and shipped a aha most Use
WI more than $1,000 worth of potato slips., zbr6est economical to
\\6 J. LeRoy Harden, B. B. Hutson, R.B. Now let ns can them and teach that
Smallwood, W L. uismnke, Harry Lee Alabama town that Alabama h' not in
T. B! Bcelen, T ff. Page, J. S. Herbert, It" wben It comes to sweet potatoes. '4A10R Tt$ t4A6Lt.-THE JAPANPlLOIRL iN RED.k .
I MERCHANTS!; J. A. rlDk.olj. Jj::. H. Marsh, 4. H,, 'We publish the whole article an be- O 1 I AIjE SY
COMMISSION Woodall, Ed. Richardson. low; Q. A. DREKA, DeLand, Fla. R. S. MALEY, Daytona, Fla.

t 1 The fret jury trial was called Wed. and Selma Dallas, October county 19.-Are Citizens paving of vastly Selma 1 E. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, Fla.of .

nl' eeday morning, that of Mrs. Margaret more attention to diversified crops of ---. --. .-.-.. -- ---------.._ ,.-r---- _____ __ __ _--.-- L.L.__.-
.T 62 Clinton Street BOSTON, MASS. \ Dickinson, suing her divorced hnsband, every suet at this time than ever in the .
history of this section. For the $ peaches and other frnita and vege ,/!
jj 1.1 M. Dickinson for the failure to sap- past tables. The latest industry l Is the cam -
. port a minor pbid) pf' their nnlon. She several years there have been spasmodic !ning of sweet potatoes, and an order for
% We Specialize Fruits and Vegetables jj I. represented by the law firm of Stew experiments fruition; of these Iq paean experiments growing are, and:just the at I live carloads to Iowa of baa the product been to be ship Fruit-Growers: ATTENTION(
ped just completed
: art &Sly. while Mr. Dickinson is rep. baud, and are proving that profitable investments
1 Last spring the factory managers gaveIt
...... ...... ............ .....?'I.p. resented by the law firm of Land & were made. ont that 40 cents per bushel would be SHIP YOUR a
:.: .. ...:.:. .:.: ._ Fish. It appeared to the court that Then again/ the establishment of a paid for Dooley yam, sweet potatoes,and
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in Orrville the farmer1)of Dallas
Dickinson bad compiled with the agree. canning factory two years west planted ac
ago baa served to encourage the raisingof cordingly. The reenlt is tbat 4.00Q sans ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
settlement for separation .
cent IA nUt .vegetables. This factory canned during -.of potatoes are being put up every day ,
and it ordered .a verdlpt for the defense, the past season over 10Q.QOO cans of an' weeks running is assured
The court baa ordered a special venire tomatoes alone, beside a large number .DeSoto County News.
aimed for thirty electors to be summoned Green Truck. VegetablesTO
from the body bf the iconnty to

PtltLlOl. report at ten o'clock this >morning for V\TM. S. SWEET & SON, Inc.; .
the trlaj}of murder caaea. .

The .court will not finish the civil 89 TO 95 CANAL ST PROVIDENCE, R- I. LORD & SPENCERBOSTON[ MASS.
business before It at the present term, i
aDd a special term wilt be held in January GROWBBB AND SHIPPERS : ESTABLISHED 1887

Ship your to try the remaining clvll. 8lell. GENTLBMEN-Will.you sell or consign your Oranges -----

--- a-- and Grapefruit thIs season? Bear in mind the buyer's Wire sf OUR EXPENSE for Market and Stencil :

ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT The City Council. interest is for hlnjself, not you, and his aim ia to get I lie

The city council held a short regular fruit at aa low cost as possible. Don't put this important -

To. session Monday night. Little other than matter off too long, and make a hasty and wrong: !1r.r.i.r.rs> r r

routine business was before it. decision as to whom and where you will ship.

PHILIP E. EDDY PROVIDENCE Rhode Island I Itl'd Bills and to ordered the auionna paid. of$810 were and Consignment is a good thing if you consign/ to the \ G. G. McCI/ENTOCK |f fj

The Marshal reported the collection right house. Shippers do not always realize that we J '
...'i( of nearly! $20 as Hues. have an outlet hdre of '500,000 people. l'rovidence'ill |j DISTRIBUTOR OP ALL (fji t

The Treasurer was allowed f 13.80 for one of the most certain markets in the country. We j ,

November and December. offer our facilities with our past clear record for honest
FRUITEarly |
BROS. CO The matter auditing the city books CITRUS
THE LYON wad delegated to the finance committee.An dealings. Write us today. .; J Jt
ordinance was paused providing \VM. S. SWEET & SON, INC.,

St. New York a delinquent sanitary assessment; alsothe Providence, R. J. | ..
330 Washington t Vegetables |
ordinance for a general tax levy and -_
,..,,,,,,.. for Intarest on bonds and to 9alFAtla/'s I
special tax .. .
council will i....a...'::1 create a sinking fund. The '\l J
OTJRFLORIDA/ meet in special session on the 17th to : .
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piles the special tax ordinance. I .,. ,. "
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German Play. l THOS. NOONEY & SONS' : efer ..ic.* all ow Florida. Write for Shipping Stencil ;< I

rates.ORANGES. November 30, at 8 o'clock, l .,.
On Friday Id
GRAPEFRUITAND I In the Auditorium, the following cast Jacksonville, Fla. I.-,,,,,. ,::,:,,,,:':"")__'''''............._:.,.:..:..:,.:....-'_.,.,..........:.':_.........._ ._._.Ro...7': I '
"Eniue Muss Heuaten," by
Alexander present Wilhelm: I \ I4444** ... .. .. .... .. .... .. .... ...... ........... ..

Jacob Zorn........... ..Mr. Coleman. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. .
Wilhelm Zorn.. .... ... Mr. Cramer. -- = y .. \
VEGETABLESStamps Oerti ade, ibte Taute....Miss Daniels. : Wm. WEINERT & Co. ,
nise, ibie Niohte.....Mlsa aarkn_. FANCY .: It '
The play will be entirely in German, t

and Stencils furnished when requested._. but because of its very apparent action FRUITS AND PRODUCEOUR COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1
It can easily be understood by every .
body. No admission will be charged SPECIALTY : y .'
and DeLand residents and visitors are ,..
cordially Invited. A short musical pro- !l ,= 8..W.For Front and Vine Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. yW 8,

.wlI S. CROSS at CO. pram will precede the. play. { Rubber Stamp and Stencils on application. :'::: ""11'", iSPEOIAL .4 I

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/. T. Clake Memorial Service. ; TIES ti :: .!
service in memory of John T.Clake .
Commission Merchants will A be held in the Stetson auditorium Established 1876 :;i FLORIDA ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES y -:

at the time of the usual vesper service ::: PINEAPPLES and ,FLORIDA VEGETABLES W.
Mr. Clake had many '" .
on November 15. "
SUFFOLK, VA. friends In DeLand.. It expected, that P. RUHLMAN & COMPANY' '" "Correspondence cheerfully/ answered y:
they will be present to do honor to the :::.
memory of this noble citizen. The prosofent 03: Murray Street 201 Washington Street \ '
Florida (Oranges Grapefruit and Tangerines Solicited of the university will deliver an
that occasion. NEW YORK CITYWe .
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jfjLfilieCareM Attention Wa Refer by Permission to I That Brackett Interview. make a specialty of handling ,r v FLORIDA'S LEADING. COMMISSION MERCHANTS .

to all Shipments to Us I I Geo. H. Prevail, Seville New York.-Nov. 6.-Last week the _
r News printed a letter from the E. R. CITRUS FRUITS i VINZANT & ALBRECHT CO. i', t

Brackett Co., in which .it was stated ,, e
i that Mr. Brackett had been wrongly, RINCIPALLY WHOLESALE:

___ _.PaOaaaaWadNdil MM aef MMMM quoted in an interview which appear.ed !
Oct. 17. His letter Oranges and GrapefruitWe i.
In the News
ESTABLISHED 1 B84 wopltj not have been printed had not I FRUIT, AND ,PRODUCE _i.

y the facts contained In it been true, would be pleased to hear from growers .
II 24 Tears' Experience induing Florida Oranges indJoUwaa at the time considered wishing to use the New York Market =. AND : !,,
.ufflclentto show that Mr. Brackett .
,.,,tb.at.some people dld.ao not\ con
( SJ-5.:: Commerdal' St., Boston; Mass. i eve rider and.Mr.i. ; prackett.gv4pta\ to ORANGE-GROWERS'' OPPORTUNITYI! In Captltal! $90,000 1 '

MERCHANTS state positively*that In,''.Jar u he '
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that the
as saying
i; I 1 Members 9national League Commlaoton Merchants of U. 8. j Wad had been mal,:tfajly damaged., This CHASE fc COMPANYthe L'
Reference: The Item, 4th National Bank;, Poston. j was an unintentional error on the i= !

WRITE: Us FOR STENCILS. ; part of the New. representative who largest.. ,have and. foremost packer erected and a commodious shippers of.packinghouse fruit and vegetable In I>e. the metropolis.of .Florida, affords a good s
I tltaI ................_......... ..iN we......ll.tt111e.al.....1.1I Interviewed him This correction la i. In Land Florida equipped with the latent...d boat packinghouse, m..ublnar'lood good ner- market for South Florida fruit and vegetable, and we are la .. .
or this section guaranteelog
: made in justice to .Mr. .Brackett and ollult the custom of the.grower = position to secure.topprices and make prompt returns. We !'
I rf.**.*.*. Wf,*eitfbkFNiFFF'1FE'Ftte'kFH/Ff, .iFFFFFFFFFFFt', .. setting him right with the growers News.i In vice and honest to dealing the ..* fur the packing and marketing of their are locatedon the main street, have three city salesmen whQ,, ,': s
I I* TOP IFIR-ICCESS FOR YOUR ; Florida-New York--Produce----, products They offer the wrvloe and s.ivant.gee. of an orftaoliatlon brought to. it* : work the trade every day., and we can dispose of all fruits and d
abl present high state of ettolenov by year of experience. ., quickly' and to the very beat advantage. ... ., ;
i Tangerines and Early Vegetables Canning Sweet Potatoes Prac;!(!< Aa Intpeorloo of their new pHcklng-hoowi.at UeLand demonstrates produce.
Grapefruit J. i '
{Ii Oranges, and Profitable. better man printers' Ink their taillitle: for_the proper handling of the "!r rI '

Vtai ihlpp\d<< lotJtBWITT. U you a not dolsgilk := The News has time andag, n..men. fruit Chaw at this A end.Co.'.brand are' well and favorably- known' to the trade and J Insure youre.lf pp*to.date service i.i =i.
':,. ; ,!buitnesa with thl House,'write to them at once. '"i tioned the need of canning'factories lu| command/ highest price In all the market.. They do not raulu d.pendhowever ,but I :CO..poad.nce.sollcltecl:: : l C
brand for ]
of tbelr
need three not only "vilely upon the refutation .
We .
'.: i lOath Florida. strawberries. have a flnely orKnnUod sad experienced sales department, belag.aNot repre- ,5, "IlBP.DRBNQlIWJlMk..Bradctm. .117-J.bNea n.i; !*},.-;.... =r e vI ....
H'EWITTJCO. i for vegetables., but for preserving Hated by mss of experience and ability In all fit the principal .. I 1
; U and( nld market In the Unlt d State and!Can da. Tbelr main offlo*,at< .1<- I '
The same plant qjtce .
i If! .eonvilteIeindaHyoommunie.tlonb I ) wire with these*aleaKenU,and V1NZANT &: ALBRECHT 'COMPANY : ..
& .S COMM SSI N'MERCHANTS : handle melons and manufacture Ie11lee; constantly; In touch wltb condition*In all'market*. This remit : + ;0.
FRUIT ditto D. oppnty kept I one ot the iaoa' why cJb.; .. *Uom-. 8R. B JACKSONVILLE, FLAG at '
marmalades The 3otq In attribution whloh L10.1. y.SL .i
Hd. and proper :, ,
.,[rJ) 10 E. t. deD )ptr Baltimore, v = Iwo -seasons lave ,pDT'returns ta the grower are the best ,1 _.__., a1. >insIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIiINIINIINIIIIIIIIINIIN 11 .
'. ;:. tittrtnttf;. m/Faper and TftaaMflrf 0' "....i*Shipped. III Florida ''t r trackers for WeD the past edll'rlptiora.Ii6 f roA Bf'e..I1.. we refer to Mr. W M. I'leltlt.Jr. II I I o % .. ...., .or." "" .. ,' ,
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\\i iBY see better clothes than we sell. You don't .

* have to take our word for it ; somebody else

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Ladies' and :: clothes, and that settles it ; for all-wool quality !- 3ty" d<+, '

.._ for style, for excellence of tailoring and ..

( Children'sSHOES/ correctness of fit, there's nothing to match :

them. ''if/i ;,

The colors and and fabrics ill ;
.._ new patterns Y !ffcn'\

are fine; snappy styles and models, clothes= s \ ,t 1 too<*"

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COUNTY RECORD. I On his recentlvisit to Tampa, THE CACSE OF BKYA.VS DEFEAT. Pope who would kill every first time in their history. They
Claude L'Engle smoked the cigarsof The Tampa Tribune gives in American if he could to advancethe evidently thought that the pri-

peace with Wallace Stovall the following the causes, in its power and influence of his mary last spring was sufficient,

.Intend.wooed la the Potoffi at DeLand ria. and Peter O. Knight. Oh, but opinion, that defeated Bryan : church. The Pope can give New' and stayed at home this time. !Do 1T t 1Row t ':
olui matter.
those Tampa cigars do have a The continued unfriendly disposition York to any party that he wantsto ,
soothing effect! of the business interests as he can absolutely controlhis =
B. FBEYATT, Editor Proprietor. toward Mr. Bryan, despite the sheep. r i Now Is the time to do your Building.

I Though Mr. Bryan has been, impression that he is a safer man r E A wTiiimin Trim Don't walt till Summer, when you i''
The "Solid South" got an aw thrice defeated for' the presidency -I than heretofore.The can't get labor. Let us bid on your

week from its own citizens last the just and humane principles by its friends.failure of labor to stand Editor Mathews\ of the Bartow I Builders' Material and Hardware be- .
for which he stands will Record, takes a rather pessimistic -
f The effort of New York's mercenary \ 'J
fore Prices again. We have on
live on and some day triumphover Democratic politicians to view of the future of the go up
That talk of an extra sessionof .
the legislature has bobbed up tyrannical. greed and avar- land Chandler at the expense of Democratic party, with whichhe hand :

again. ice. Bryan. has been affiliated all his life. t
The confirmation and ineradicable He sees no future for it; that it $everai darIoaas ?
Charles W. Morse the New of
Nineteen counties in "Demo- impression a large major
as well to be
cease .
may a party,
cratic" Georgia went for Taft York financier who organizeda .,ity of the American people thata y
last week. gigantic pool a few years ago man who has been beaten twice seeing no hope other than the of.the following/; : Lime, Plaster Paris, Vulcan- '
ought to be satisfied! and give his formation of a party under an-
which took over the Clyde Line, If It's a hums you want In DeL nd its Cement, Eagle Oement. Plaster, Sewer rip,
How the '''Peerless Leader has party a chance to escape from its other name. He is sore over Orange City Lake Helen or Qlenvrood.ee t
fallen-in the minds of the John- Mallory Line, and all steamship I "hoodoo." Bryan's defeat. Bro. Mathews na. flair, "Oongo" and "Amatite" }W fing. t'tanbarb
" companies doing a coastwise business Confidence, warranted by past It it's an orange grove you desire in a
4 eon A Booknerites Insurgents)(.formerly Palmer and was. rated as being conservatism performances in the ability, the should. Democracy take courage is and yet not alive.giveup. show radius them of live to miles you (300 of DeLand to $00,000.we can Or, $ ltimbfno worth and the reliabilityof
$25,000,000, was sentencedlast If yon mind runs to celery and vegetable
glasses week to fifteen at hard Wm. H. Taft. Some six or seven million votersof land we have it here na well as at
;i Yon muse use to read years Lack of appreciation of the this country are members of Sanford Fla. or installed. Tim Roofing! Galvanized Iron, ,
the Times-Union, these day It labor in the federal prison in At. danger of perpetuating one party, it, and he will find it very much fu We rnlehed have houses some unfurnished and many Wheelbarrows, Hardware'from the cheapest to
' lanta for crooked work in and rooms for rent.
4, use 6-point type for its news con with its vast; but co-hesive office- I
alive in future campaigns. The The records chow than onra was the the best. .1( 1
columns-if the average reader nection with the wrecking of the holding clique,in absolute powerin Democratic is office to make the greatest number of \,
r"L knows what that means. New York bank of which he was a free country. party party of aalea of houses, lots and orange groveathe w. M MWatts
Disinclination to "swap horses the people, and its principles will past year, also leading In new dwellings .
part owner. while crossing a stream," or yet triumph. Insure I. & Miller Co. :
Its too soon tq select a nominee Send for bulletin t'
Editor John W. Collins ban sold change administrations while I I (Incorporated)
for 1912, but its none too early to from
tart the fight in behalf of the his paper, the Tallahassee. True emerging Republican enthusiasm.a panic. What was the matter with the E. H. HAYWARDReal

1 principles of Democracy and Democrat, to Mr. Milton Smith, Democratic apathy. Democratic voters of Florida last Estate and General Insurance % xa

f'! th.81.ke.ep! ,everlastingly at it. of Alabama, and for the presenton Republican facility in obtain- week? Many precincts over the Agency,37 S. Boulevard,

( account of failing health) retires ing campaign funds. state went Republican for the DeLand Florida ,
': UIV- The Supreme. Court of the from newspaper work. The Democratic ditto. ,'It
has rendered decision These are some of the "reasonswhy" -
United States a
press of the state will miss Bro.
the people of the United
that a state has a constitutional Collins from its ranks. He made

,'. right ,to separate the the True- Democrat one ''of the States. legatee elected the Roosevelt' proxy, the, and political A. FEW FACTS. CHECKING ACCOUNTS
K white and negroes in its public best weekly papers in Florida. defeated. for the, third time one
f* schools Through his paper he has done of the ablest men the country " " " " " " ,,

much for his state and his has,produced
't Some of contemporarieskicked party.
our The f. R. Brackett Coo's PLACE YOUR MONEY WITH US, NO MATTER
Bryan last week and in He certainly has the best wishesof A Few Large Florida
lIon Geo. O. Mathews, several New York Receipts Via HOW LITTLE IT MAY BE AND. WHEN
committed every newspaper man of Florida -
the issue them- 1
f elvea same" for' Johnson in 1912. as well a large circle of warm times a member of the legislature the Iyde Une. j Accounts We Ares YOU WISH TO PAY YOUR BILLS
friends throughout the state. from Marion county
premature Not loyal in in the the second first.case( and-, One theT'pledges of Presi. editor of the Bartow Record, IROQUO3..tiepL.19.;- + ana :Na,. Pka a7 I Either Sole Agents Draw a 'Check on Us. ,

gives an entirely different opin- ARAPAHOE./.Mept..... 10( ,
dent-elect Wm. H. Taft made ,APACH& ......Sept.2t..... 5U Sole I .' ** "
or York
Mr. J. M;Jolly,for many-years ion as to the cause of the defeat ARAPANOE....:OCt. ;2 ... SUE I t
editor and owner of the IIalifaxJournal during his campaign, was that if of the Democratic ticket last APONEr ...Oct 8..... SEE I '. It will act as a receipt. It will ,
and at Day elected he would call congress; in week. He thinks the from COMANOHE..Oct. 6.ru. tl04 Agents ,-,or. "
postmaster Pope
IROQUOIS.... .Oct. 8..... toe look more businesslike. It will
w I 1 tona. died, last week after a short extraordinary session as soon as his"seclusion' in Rome, orderedthe ARAPAHOE....Oct. 10..... 1183
I'illness; Be had ever worked for he was i inaugurated, to revise the election of Taft. He'says: Cosraycne.APACHII..Oct.: O..t 1'.i 13..... 700 Edgewood impress your creditor. It.,; ,f'

the upbuilding and prosperity tariff. The tariff will be revisedby That the Catholic Church gave lROQU018..UC& 11.... U7 :will please us 'to' serve :
his town:' ., He was s former resident i- its friends in a'Republican Taft his victory, is fully proven ARAPAHOB....Oct. 00..1,306 Caloosahatchee Club you. ., \
r' of Ohio' house and senate,and that means by the vote of. New York city. COMANOHZ.Oct APAOH&.Oct.: 22.24.......,1,204. 27 0 wan It a
that there will .be no revision in The payment of $10,000,000 to IROQU018d..oct. 27. ..2,086 '. r II
t $ ,The and shippers the Catholic \ ropertyclaimed AaAPauoa..Oct 29.1,579
orange growers Alice
interest of the
common Mar
i pea in the Philippine Islands APAcus..Oct. 81o.+.. 297 VOLUSIA BANK
the advertising COUNTY
lOAn The trusts of the COMANONnNo, .
ple. "great
41'+ ; country by the Republican party and 3..1.11.008 f.
: of the Becord. The com- IROQUOIS.NO.: 'T., H'. P
.+ ., column I will get'what :they want in Mr. Taft being the agent to investigate 0,1..2,100
'' o; ,''mission house that have ads, in the proposed revision, unless the those ,questions, had 'Total.c 13,579 ''Allandale .i< DeLand;"Florlda e1'I? I
: ; ; president-elect' take avery de their sympathy and support. In The E. B. Brackett 00'. > '-' :If'v" \ jr W >. 4irr. ,

., : termined.stand in.: behalf of the the past 1, have, been liberal in OUi recelptl Una.via....ml8cellane-......' ... D.70'7' ,E. Day; .(India,, 'River J ; .:. Capital, $$50,000! ? ::surplus, J55,000. : .,
i I)for l.'e..i.n.d my views on denominations, but '" : .
.1Ion& J "
whlpping'enough'"ftepubicans '
'known and7sI ppedtop', people[ ', now I say we most prevent the ,Total, receipt, of thell. B. 'D f, K. '' uBratkettCotuu. ,' .4. O. McBride. 'reI.. 1. B. Conrad;Wet-fw- *. 's.' A., NeodCsriln,, 4
MM to. *, ,. i. > i ,
all in line' effect desired. growth of the. Catholic Church, .':I...13,288 .11 "i 1 ( -' -
c .d/. ,orang grower,*" x- ; revision. which i is governed. by an'Itallan .Totalcarlroeloftb.Olyde ? :;:; .. -P'5' + f"---, /
py.tNe orange! ,belt. ,-', .. : ; Line, Sect 19 ro 1 9T.8..8a 'n'jlo'!' ...

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Co, i"J ne c: ln ::IView' their banI" 4 .' "Andv 'snverelx' \ ; ., UKU) wteH''r p"',r.i. WtreiWci'fmary' 'inthe. -'' : ooutfcnrft'l;/ : ,-*, \ ( ; 1iIV f. "i!';'
: out of the very Judged' : .too, pewoi\ pm/lati4 &\ ,*.< I.'J1he"ilJRht I.'J/'
ltuabon should, ha'fait ? ptvr O' *vlarge. "btt fjwp:r'lli': /:; "c,Cv";: '; <:
and I'rol.; ecta. ort tho, water { ,cansldprs, iho .to-puivttfi'uflxwllat'properwjirfcjiortlon'! : < 'sli* nnrabtr. t tcl1: 1)I, rqa" jan'.flRaJ.AMi : I.- '&"l1f'I1i' ""i'f''b.e\! \.
(DUG BOUTCft On \ '. ';1I'\4'/Z0.\ }'; .' .a'q' :M ; :,fr JtI tl
bonbons 'fOIC.TIJ' / p, 'ftf:. ;, ;?
thoirtre Invltetlrns ndi, ,io.:' '''r-IOX >!jknirotiB5i'4ii'i; : ,
ually a et'iom.\yprortI'. # _" ,.,i-'h
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blgh tW '
idos : (
iNGREASE IN drllinago itM IU..Louf vJIII) Co rle .Jomnlll.; CoiiHllpiiiljn .,ona..poi. ..on )iua'.matt. ..r>;; ) ..bo''W' l!,, l!.:, :",r. #i,; ,Q ,. i :
CROP work '
{ ClSfi$ tl.' bouudlnif tnfooKD (1)4 bo ,1tf1
put The to a lint seVero (''' l ''lIX ll"c. Sd THfCY,SAY. Loiw>our' of Ktomncili.Hrii>'i l'>
I' Reaction of 30 P.r Cent from project that Itep ;. : f iCd al\J E1'l'oJ l1a, "Why does lio hone around the piano l. ilifnn or the iiffll<)Clon>.V< >Na's UY.H Vn.t.tpanlilvoly lJufKlar'JtlIi"'r; / / \ ; ';"
Cotton : Norm. will : } ) on'tofoYtn ) ? Ho 'Just aura e>n"tlpiiMon, Tlwy, awnkon j 41 o, 'PIJclClir: \ : \ I, 1111ab/lIlJriJ; / : f# : !( '
\ murdered! MS "
Crop "e ? song."i"Well '
.Urg. o."
Qajntitlet tha slURKUIt llrer to buttor .
I / Mtloa .
of Tnt ,. oleitniiit !rf d th JlQIaj: I''rjjH'ry.
f o.t ; :
of Cotton Still in FiolJj. u ? Cllsis.tllnce! fo nQ.. they claim: I& criminal caii't tlin b6wolx., .tn"'l'tbftll"' tIe waakanod l"irt., 't"tJ.! ,
that city.i Tno t tIe"w' .. keep away from the' scene. of Mia offonso. Induae nppotlta nnd aid dilution. l>ine. .
iBp SJ onntH ftom doalxr dlr.. --T' "
and yotir ad i> from
Everglades / atfie -Louisville Courier-Journal. the Talth inay move 'iu6nof.liui.. Irot, it.
Tallahassee. Fla. started, bcstof: i laboratory Fwo sample by m..U t any }
Comrafsslone and tile Qtto Blt.t. e... J. at. !Xoo.. ,.J,a,, 'W.yOro a, Oa. won't always da away; WHit a hluffi. > .
McLin baa taken special tains thl. nave the flrst .ft assist Good Thlugj to Know. -- --, -- !;

year to i ascertain. the condition colory <:alla "up-IAnH") nou", Those who traverso the' alkali OFTDNim!: THB CAaDL"Did '

nrobabl. yield of the and February : hiunt depend ulti* plains of the West and Inhabit tho : yoy ovor flnd! a .quarter that 'fOUR' GIRLS'
His leading Lewis houtisJunent sand blown regions of Texas find you didn't know hail, ?" i ,
props. estimate of the cotton crop ZZ / ) ) dally need for reliable eye salve. you1 ... .... ., ,
2' V" stated, la the October Bulletin: creek years near old Holy right livi in* fecrall< / They never drug the eye, but aim ply "On co or'.twlco. Hut hundreds of Restored to Ilcnlth- by; ;tyUla" 13" ,',

"Reviewing the situation asto the ed In ci"" effects, always PPly. externally tba staple Dr limes I have .fllll d to flnd a cotton crop of the 'state, a compart church rafting \ Mitchell's Eye Salve. This BalveHa thnt I thought I might Baye."- .
son of condltlona Indicates that the company. old overy where. Price SSo.OJVINCJ Ixiulovlllo Courier-Journal. .. Ujfiat Th** Jar.,. ?
young man '
cottOn product of the state will ba Into ixhc1&nn MI."LItII.mn-.n. t)
cloae to 67,000 to B8.000 bales a reduc ting deep : HER DEFENCES. LITTLE BOY KEPT Knrt84Ui Slraot. Now
to help him ha U\t SCBATCHJHG.Ecrcnm .
"" York. wrlto "" )
ofn39 per cent f ''he norma was recovered FOR Hub-But It you Ilka tho young fellow 10. l-iikhniii'{ Uydli. 'i
crop.'r "V.gilAbl -
Scarcity and Inefficiency of la accident. IA Kate 'why, do you 'object to our IdiHted 7 Years Fare wim\ All Uouiiuimd'overoiims -'
por, high wages and poor prices lire daughter" marrying him Unw -Skin "Siiuclnllsts' Vailed, lrrcRulurklo.,porluillo -'
the taaln elements In the shortness of .From the Co. But Cutlcuru KITcctc-a Cure.When < BUlIorioif, anducrvoun
ONLY Wife Oh for
tne descriptive of she'll marry him all ..
crop. Large quantities of cotton \ my little boy trns nix week 01,1on 'lioiulnclioi" ; ,'
are still communltlos. RUCCISTS that, but I want to give her a chance after ororytlilnif elno
standing In the fields. Tha eruption broke out his fnco 1
""lte \ t l on lank '
culatlon it Is I" to say when they quarrel that liitil fallud to liMp iiiB-
corn ana most other him to a doctor, but bis fnce
crops are short kept uu and I
IIU"ting foal U
iffjURS. 1INORA; BODENHAMER. out a good hay crop has been harvest of the state are "Mother:
I ]'IB1Jlri.-tenor' : ..'Bo'denliamer-Jl. F. D. 1. ed and pastures are in good shape. talking about you anyway."- <:aton.Trllnacrlpt. could look at him. His \vholo fnco. won one Kllt"nrllloC"I\IIf. !

'LSW W, Kflrneraville. N. O. write The report on the citrus la and man offer WORKED So remains blindfolded emit and must hare been vary iminfiil.. lie T.IlCnyettn 81., Douvor,
crop aa long aa justice ..
.';,."I (uTerod with utomnch; troui>>(. aml follows: colder northern scratohod, dny nnd night until. hi* fnco mm Col. ",rltoil .rh..k".
''lIlIolI for Home ..time and slop v sharpers will continue. to get In to Lydla( K.rinkliain's
I I ate'Bgrwul .with mo., 1 woa nothing A comparison of the condition of Carrying out ( will 'J ., their work. raw. Then I took him to nil Iha bent VoRotnblo Compound Jnm

it nnd experienced ""a .continual v. ,the present orange and grapefruit a year ago. the \\.t: specialists in skin iiinounwi, but thuy could well..rtnroullorlng(

lUll ol UM..aa ti .. and fe..... I took crops with condition at same date I cola has 1-\4\ '> I'KHKKCT; HK.U.TH: not do much for him. The oc ainu. Rot.., i fur months from iier.VOUK .
."clne! from doctor last tot his arms and legs and we could not ", '
Jbe. but It did .ma year Indicate only a sllgh I city moneys get a prontratlon.
0 good. Increase In either The year awarding, : I \ After Years of Ilnckuclic, Dizziness night's sleep in months. 1 got a sot of Miss- Marie Btoltsmnn -
,s.-.I found In one of your Peruno., boohs a of crop. orange can National Cuticuro Remedies nnd lie fait ruliaved the of liauro/Ia.] .
laMription of crop 1908-7 amounted to 8.006.63< I I : and Kidney Disorders. "rttos:"IwulliarundowneomUtlonondAllf
my symptom.. I then lirst time 1 used them. I gave the Cutieuro. -
lo to Dr. Hartman for lie boxes and the comparative conditions pay 6.09 per
advice *
md catarrh of theatomarh.. 1 took go to show that the crop of 1907-j of funds which Mrs R. C. Richmond ot North- Remedies a good trlnl and, gradually forotl from suppression,

__Unn and Manalin and followed< his diA'twtions I will be very little larger-hardly revenue of wood, lown says: "For years I was a the eczema lienled all Ill). lie is now ..O'ellye.r. Inillgontlon, and poorcirculation.
and can now lilY that I feel as greater Increase than a tlone on the \ niartyr to kidney old and I think tho trouble will l.yrtlriE,,
b.vell!I as 1 ever diiV.. ; 250.000 boxes. The novel* return. .Mr.. John U. Khunpp( ( SDNingnrn Plnklmm's, -Veuatabla
,,3'VM. hope- that all who are afflicted with so that It la. very probable that the system was trouble, backache St., :Kcnvorti, J,'. J."Ott. 17 and Compound mad? us)
> < \
the annio nymptoma will take I'eruna. oa it crop now on will not exceed 3,256,001 ago In Pensacola 1.o dizzy spells, headaches 22, 1007-JI woll\ and ntrong '
I: .in ccrlainly cured me." boxes. The grapefruit shows a little nvestlgatlon at and a terri Bl lis Kllon M. Olson,
Ijlus The nbovja- .only one of hundreds who 'better .condition and by the earn a finance } ble bearing down NO PU:
r...*... written aimilnr letters to Dr. riiirt. at a lower rate The III..says' : *' "
sources of noskm :
there In baby
Just such slight fain. I used one contemptuously ,llaE.iotllkl.am..Vog....
\ BUB. one cum thia
aa entitles which la to ..
!* I'ernna' to the candid consideration of Increase also. The grapefruit of ... remedy after another rejected. the alphabet blocks table Compound eared

"lone aimilnrly aniicted. If thia b" true every of 1906-7 amounted to 450,304 crates, and the city over $ rPnm USA without ben- that some mlgguldad; Western relative :t.f:: bnckacho.: side

:; the tmtnnony'of one person what ought to the present Indications are that It will city made bids en t. Finally Ju.ed lind sent him as a prfoent. establlsbod
bFlhe tenliinony of hundreds. not exceed money, and the my periods, after the
thotilanda. EVASIVE.
y e crates for 1907-8 "Of "
I' all the
I a box of Intellectual diversions bent loenl dootors bad
of honest
: est
people We have An error that Is harmful was given
to both after
I hour's
an "
In our lilcs .a great many other testimonials la that crops Doan'sKidney Pills ho exclaimed, "playing on words Is failed to help mo..
[ of estimating both he place where ) ,
what IIP thunder
a. oranges absolutely nnil,
and IIe backache ceased. Encouraged unquestionably tho
J and grapefruit as one; they should bo stands was for? Wfiat time do .
kept entirely chief place for I kept on and by the time I had most trivial. -Chicago Tribune. .
separate and then both ? For thirty years Lydia. E; Pink.*
t buyers and sellers of fruit have fairer river. Its used three boxes not a sign of the ham's
a Vegetable Compound mode
( survived two I for Children ,
gen Mm.Window's Soothing Syrup
j : field of operation. We therefore IMlatka, which trouble remained. My health Is. pOl"fect. from
and herbs
inilumma- roots lias been the
That teething soft nithoRumaveduce ,
"iiu-i ... )- / all de- "
; Jl'ORPII. estimate the of 1907-8 tear as It can .
orange crop at tiou.alluvauam.rurcswind' colic.23o a bottle standard remedy for female ills
J. AMl'LE: THE ATM KNT ot Red Crora Pile aoproxlmatcly 3,256,000 boxes and Crossing Over. Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box.FostorMllbiirn and has cured 01
(iml FlHtulaCuM' and positively thousands
'r','.. RRA CO..Pi-pf. hook m Mliinrnmill'viniiThe Plltfnt the grapefruit crop of 1907-8 at 472. by all! on what!? Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. ALL .IN TUB DIAGNOSIS.Patient women who have been troubled with
819 crates or a total of citrus fruit knew It as Cows ( )-Ah, sir, that -How many different languages

men who 'are always punctual products of 3,728,819 boxes or crates. A long mooted Mistakes In School' Life. do you tponk, doctor? displacements,inflammation,ulceration -
to their appointments are the onea decided by the oir I'OI.EDO. I Thcro U little ,doubt that much of Doctcr--Only one, but I understand fibroid tumors, irregularities

who get there.Hicks' ERA OF PROSPERITY Tampa. In a *TV. (I' modern, school lire Is unhygienic.' a great many dllTercnt tongues.Cnpudlne periodic! piling, backache, that bearIngdown -<

ples recont It : nmke. nnth Ihnt h.lp I Seats and desks are often constructed ----- feelingllatulciicylndiees-

Capudlne Cures N "ouan sa. Being Enjoyed by Florida Sayi Well rule of the law of : ''inn of F.J.Cur.NRV A rather with a view to their convenient Cures Indication Pnlnt, tiondizzlnesBornervous prostration.
Whether tired out, worried, overworked, or Known Railroad Man. o'clock m. Is in the City of Toledo. In the Softool building Oelching Sour .Stomach and Henrttmrn Why don't you try it ? f
wliat not. It refreshes p. mild place '
the brain and< Einuid. KITeote
X?""!?; Its Liquid and pleasant to take. Jacksonville Fla.-"This cold wave young man to : I ol o\K: IIUMiiiRn l oi.. than with any recognition of the fact Immedlntelv. Doctors prescribe it. lOc. Mrs. PIn IdIOm invites alt sIck'WOIIIE'n

Wo.., 28o., and SOc., at drug store*. means thousands of dollars to Florida I he object of his verv rnf of OATAUIUI that they may trmke) the scholar Z3o.: and COo., at drug mores.It's to write Iier for mlvlce.Bho .
," declared James B. Roach a well not formally In* the, line nl( \HAI i.'b 1sbcuclerd.! The typo In some of I hUB prulded thoiiHan to
i THE NEW OFFICE BOY, known railroad of this KlIANK J. I IIKXItV. roun< the fellow with tho vaulting Itonlth. Address, Lyuu Mans.At.4608) .
man city. J. Soldo
,, the text books la far: too snail!, even
"' and mihscnhoil m my ambition who should lock before ho
f' 'Do'you tell the truth? "The all .
oranges are well matured
Japanese colony .
of A. > The
) December & for strong eyes. punishmentsare leaps.
: "Well, I can make It sound that but for some reason the fruit has been cently applied to. A. W. UUEANO.. often absurd; to keep a child In I ( )
t way." slow In taking on Its golden hue., ion of that ( )) Jolnry [I'rblic. 1 I
"You'll do." Nashvlllo American. "The crop Is maturing; several who Is 'under' internally,nr.d after school hours Is to deprive I U THE J..R.WATKINSMEDICAL CO.WINONA.

weeks ahead of last year. .The tissues attend school at hloorl nnd miiooua stir- of fresh air and play possibly cf a .

ANTIDOTE FOR SKIN DISKA8B9.!: are delicately formed the ScnH. for lentimonlnla, mcnl for no useful purpose; coropral: .
averago board Instructed ) : .... & Co.,Toledo O. MINNESOTA.hl <
Tbnt'a whnt TKTTEIUNI; and It I U more.Itlaaa size large and as a whole the fruit chool to admit 7fte. punishment bewailed by some faddists f{ ..k.' to Wiarvrent ArtlrlVMt llouivhold H.m..lt. ... r..r....
\ If K..r...t. ml KtntlM, Twllvl rr. ..riitlon.. Fl. !....
o absolute euro for eozuraa, totter, Is very fine, 'and luclous. The orange If It could be ,:: are the beat. as "degra<1lng. Is far more effectual \.. i* v Iftvui *
ringworm/ eryalpelas and all otliar Itohlntfcutunoous Can*>a-sserJ Wanted in EJery County
have less harmful.-London
j' dlstmsos la agnravatod' onsoa growers just reason for.feeling InK the work of TOMMY. and .... .. ...,.. ...I.nl.".... ." .0"0" ....I"....
o( those affllutlong Its oures liavo b..en phaDomonul. proud of the crop they will ship away Some of the ?" (llobe.II. BEST PROPOSITION E O AGENTS
Itglvoalnitoiitrellat. andotraots from the state this season. places near "
j pcrraanant ourns. fiOn. at drincitIsts or by "As to conditions throughout the plentiful around !Horn an Senator or
Havln ] 'w viirifbini HiuuMiii'U uiiruUi ro*
.1 mull from J. T. Snutruxxs, I>oi>t. A, 8f *- state, I want to say that I never saw .. a difficult matter Just what. Now, LOOK& !' HELP Ur.) MAH1t.L,S"Preparatloll K1'tllM''llnl' ;) ull", P"<"1yltimrnll4.: : glv nrlc,
"iow.wrMu mQii.iii' "wuiuiir iKL> .co.ju 10""
Viuiuah, a a.ANTS times In Florida. 1 I POR
more prosperous tarted. One of more want to :_ 'llie Btnndnnl Uviiiedr.AT .
",* fit
,* -" > am traveling through the date almost hat he had of Jim Hall's buys. strictlySEEING WOMEN bnvoniBTO.Kami nullelr I"it
111'C ;
THAT GROW MUSHROOMS. I lor "Uellol l iWomen.." ,
{ ] book I wen Ug
constantly. The stores are well three times and the (RIIGI
II on Wall Street \ > NCH DRUG CO.. 30 W. a2d 51.. N.Y.Clly. o e u.doca .
f ; ; stocked and the merchants state that once proceeded Record-Herald. R/PAlD:

... Insects Make' Excellent Garden era trade la better than ever before. There hemselves. & TO,,
In South America. Is considerable building going on In I comes the .... uiid UuUtl C| MACHINE I

the smaller and the class of I been ,.
Professor J. R. Ainaworth Davis towns have quail GUARANTEED 1O YEARS

l. glvos latest proofs ot the ant's ..right.to structures that are going .up would Tampa is .. Snows Tis-r-a-

our applause. He says: In tropical do credit to places many times larger lavana. The You. la know what you r.,::: ,:::'::'':;.':'11': ";, oj;;: '.';.'1.II '
plainly printed
America the traveler In their In population. erected There are not only resIdences of- Cuba rot far it ia simply jui- :." :r":: ';,', : :J... ;;:-:>"t 'l. : :';' .

j: native region often sees thousand the l< Increase being of population to take; the care construction ed manufactured to Tampa ...Itor. .* form, and the :\: :. I; ':::': :. .:'.: u'nn'; : &t \\\t\ & :.";;'; more than any
grown peopi "Fro'.h'' F..o"
of anta* marching In column of route' ol large buildings as homes Cuba again on on other one thing to makeCABBAGE

..1' each holding In Its 'powerful jaws a1'lwco for new enterprises but (here are here. This Q MAYS FREE TRIAL

ot green leaf about the slzo many Improvements going on In the of trade has School Life. W...-ll D1IIKCTMONHritoFIT.

of a sl pence. These they \take to way of street paving, sewerage system Igarmakers' that much of imvlnr you thaJubb grow quickly/ and bead up solidly. The Im.portunco .
>r' lu-utllpr'* ana
"I their nosU. Tho material Is used water works and other modern tal. A Havana Is unhygienic. "...nt'*prullu and M>ll- of this element Is evident from the fact
j conveniences being Adopted looking often construct Inv exinM>>. A oxiictlythv that
order of from the
aa an elaborate sort of mushroom sent an wiino innrlilno lh-y an average crop cabbnge rcniovea
'l culture;,, requiring much more skill toward the heatlh and general development promInent of view to their con will n that In which of the tow 118. urlnir houses the scfhool building 111U KKW lillEB Use from 1,000 to 2,000 pounds per acre of a 4-7-9
nnd Intelligence ,than fertilizer. Insist % of rotash in for.tilizcr .
lied.: Naturally IUon of tho fact SEWING MACHINE on Q your cabbage
=\ human ,beings engage. The muun- TO DEVELOP OHEFENOKEE SWAMP. ant. If the the scholar CATALOGUE -or to Increase the Potash 9% add 22: pounds of

i ")'oomlower/ seta. spawn In the beds fter the strike Is Mont eonmlrto Mid InItiurtlv Muriate of Potash to each 100 pounds of fertilizer.
; The In of
1 f liti ,prepares, but the ant does not Pennsylvcnja Capitalists to Expend trote that Tampa too type some ohnr.....,*.. .liiole..,: r..hll..... Arrange for Tutanh: now. PuUsh ii profit.
far small
fneed. to do thla. The desired spawn $1OCOOOO On Property.Jacksonville a world center < The punishments even U.'nt..I'n' .h.d..h.IIn"t.h. .J..,.,."...,.... Our book, "Trnrk IVrlu Farming.,toJur." It frett to farmer*.

In the Fla. A strong company .. Mini mrtlouliir nt '
I soon makes Its appearance I The laws '' !
game to keep a child In ._Hnoof ll.Kii-Ori ? GERMAN KALI WORKS, CandlerBIdg..AtliintaGa.
; poiltlvwly ij 'wjnirovoroir
? state of Pennsylvania capitalists will : :: .. ,,,
-' chewed leaf. But In Ug natural I rously enforced "' *>rt Is It .. ,, .. i* tort-Si Naciiu II,
to deprive In tho Soulti.' and. t *k.
the !
i 4t is Inedible, and ,-must und which Ilea mostly play possibly of a .
thuj Okefenokee swamp ThU 0"0'' l pi dfnarUwsj Mid prlcvttttiiliirrnil
f cnreful treatment before It yields many portions. ..
coropral ,.PlfUioH' ,0"" Bti>l
'inuahroom which the ant desires. Tho In the southeast corner of Georgia same earnest purpose; fltovt'it, II". .."".'''' .'. ""' ''JIa".l"ook3"
Toilet.,... Prompt ttlprnvnt*. ""'
j and extends Into Florida. The swamp !<1 by some fad
of violators ,
P work .U done .by a speelnlClst'O a&W 1juUua ffu nuit4> u ur your iuonoy 1M.
!f Accessary weeJ contains a wealth of fine cypress timber Matrimony ." fs far more ef MALSBY. SIHPP & CO..
J llxgardener ants. These and It Is for the purpose of cutting harmful.-London
,{I' cut 'obnoxious germs etc., and prunt this timber and converting It Into he day among' B. n 3. Ionylh Stnxrt ATUMTA,CtOBCM

Ing ;off tho'tips of tha threads pro- merchantable lumber that the com B Tatum.

J'j I* yent them from growing Into the air pany will develop the property. It la ami Ishlng'company Metropolis \

\ and producing useless toadstools. As generally known that a quantity of .etah Marshall

4.r:' "a" result of this the threads swell the very finest cypress In the swamp Jo., Ih Kansas
.!5 little rounded white Is In Florida territory and It Is therefore taker the
Into Innumerable I.
of the Improvements
that Safe
J .thickenings, each of which Is about to be made by the company Sanford The
It Is ently to James
cue-fiftieth of, an Inch across. will be In thla state.
.these' which are the mushrooms. lanford.

.Thue'' cuTtou. bodies constitute the HONEST STREET CAR CONDUCtOR The farmers

'. sola- food of the ant-or, it any rate, Code county

...t ho chief. food. Found and Returned Pocketbook Containing who are Wine of Cardui helped mo more than

'r'" Over $900. either pepper When Threatened other medicine. Now I have fine
I EAGER TO WORK Jacksonville, Fla.-A lady from busy> taking them any a

'fJp Jtb' Regained by. Right Food. Brunswick arrived In Jacksonville the to glade and placing farmers them the safe way is to take Cardui and healthy boy I think Cardui the finest
and route to ,
visit the carnival en ,
Iy l'. '_ city from the union depot she lost her water to run off the trouble from occurring. medicine I know of, for female troubles, *r jymand \
The healthy man or 'worn'an ** I
average ..car.The mence plowing all wouldi
pocketbook on the street confinement I.wish Buffering :women : .
I need Cardui ..
Is 'usually eager to be busy'atsome pocketbook contained $92D' Incash.. the same time women ,_ ..
.: useful task or employment. The police advised tho lady to coramunlcnte beds on the high then their system and help them through try it. ,

,But let dyspepsia or Indigestion with the street car. ofllces, and heir plants ready .Thousands have tried it -and Cardui is sold by all reliable drug .' .
,i'ft. .get hold of one, and all endeavor. be- this she did. tel' runs off period. '
wIth full directions for in
: m the fields. The \ and other gISts, use, six
cornea; a burden. When the street car people were of wonderful benefit, at that try- '

: "A year ago, after recovering from called on tho telephone the lady was be In In the of their lives. languages, inside the wrapper. ma.'wum HKMU ,

_an. operatlonvT: writes, a Mich lady ,Informed thnt-n. pocketboolc and money vegetables this' TV'"* fi" ** Itlaemrted Book, "//OHM Vnotnumt fbr
j ::'ray stomach and nerves began to had been found on the car by Conductor are ripening up Fannio Nichols, of :Mexico, Mo., writes : VALUABLE WomiH,'*describing aymptoina of F raal;r.rHaiaioa and B VM'
hints on tijrglvn, Bn diain etil
It to be hermoney onslgnments are : % *
JJglva'me much trouble. Johnsons proved I was threatened with a mishap and BOOK FREE !t:1".b.! hnt "..." ''''"'"At times and when It was delivered to ortharn markets. -,' .___ : .., T_ '"> .
my was voracious her she left a liberal reward for the In this section are .., 'Yi.w. -

but when Indulged Indigestion honest conductor. quality this year.It ",
,followed.. Other times I had no apetlte -

*., ;|) ,whatever, Tho food-I took did YAHIEQATED .AGATE fOU D. entlon has of been the :

,not, nourish me and I. grew weaker consider
bel,1 to
," than ever. It Was Discovered on the Suwanee thd laws are iJI

"I lost Interest la everything and River Near Gainesville.Gainesville. It would afford Take CARDUI

'wanted to be alone. I had always .}I'Ia.-lIlr.ol Cf. D. Schaf- eglslature.
;. fer made a rich discovery In the WBH- ,
., had good nerves but now the merest knowledge as tn
county by the finding O 184 '\
of the
,j and tern part ..
|. trifle would upset me bring on a agate. Mr. Schatter U of many state ..t
of variegated
( violent headache.. Walking across are
g that the stone can be .
3 the effort and prescribed the opinion .. ... J
room was an quantities. The which are ,.
In large .
>, exercise was out of the question. found samples there found will comtrara! favorably ed". the WAY' .'' I Srs( ,!J\"..... D'':i;Y' E,5, 't:

'.il K1! had seen rape-Nuts advertised with those found In Colorado and will hose that/ are perfeoUy.f'-d! PUTNAM FADELE. I tr'''

'& but did not believe what I read at for the owners of .. .;., .. ;otbe. "y... 'Ji t"fi.
rIch find .. ...... D eold ..... ., &It. .0 ,
.. "'
\ prove known to exist ,11! eoi.. .....Ii r...,.. Odla",haD aa 0"'''' dv.. On. I. pook.... .1. all. .F dr. _... .
> .
who br'.h' "
.. .1&1Ie. CJO. Qol 111110'i
;jo, ;the time. At last.wben U seemed astt:18 the land, as well a. tbe -)Dan more W.II. tor Ho.. .... ",.. B......" ..". ... Colo. MO! State of the' half 't
: 1 were literally starving I began to made .the' discovery.MONUMENT 11.11' sonvethlnj q.
t t Grape-Nuts. !! ,th' Jacty.'" Hous. "; ',,I:,",

"1 had not been'abla to work for a FOR CHILDREN : :;}."....,
: ')'In,,-, but now after; two months on HARRISON. HBALTUT. : "

'?: Orap -J'lutl' I am eager to be at..workMy I. GEN. BENJAMIN iWlth elaborate :Beverly-Mass.-: .wonders for suffer.. Beware\ bfti) Cough \ -.., ""'" ,:
Ind.- A'.ff"
IndlanapoJIs. Mob
r, ground e ) ?
"" .... ... stomach gives me no trou- of federal square 'on a ters, one of them ehmps, ohafos a..d (hit h.sliis M pmbMMlribraklns ';; 0' '
blel.DOW' InY' 'neryu are. steady as decorations: your Blah.. "
: before are accused by', .iUe la allrav. .J ,
> ever* and Interest tn'llfeand: amblf scale more significant: than ever series of : enrea bava bal .h.d..wutnlol '., ,I

| ,tlon have com* back with tha, return, ''attempted 'the monument to the late .a period three. 't* ot pop I e maUTrom Hag t its o'I..C..I.I.- '' .... ',

\ta.ltellltb. \-: "" : 'Gen. Benjamin Harrison was unveiled glstao dr.l, a" bat Is too big not pinch but It ls a bad At J-Jatth* asmei -\. .. 'i'
house and A. .d may "
a play Savan..b 0 o, ... ___ ._ ._ ,
p''TJ1er.f. it Rsoson.*, ,_ ,v :I lu'i University Park. Miss ElizabethiHarrlsoiv home J.th...... .. & J at ih'es the shape f\t your foot at tbtnd ,,.,

S-j N hen by'.Postum'Co./Battl' J ? the' 13-year-old daughter' !of girls' .TION., -..I..h ea.d liurc*or too aaMllbvt e ctlyaM .
Tijp valued at & ld '
Cre. i nead "Th Road, to the late president, pulled the cord that Jewelry ; I b'A'3o.tI1II' .. ahcwa Uka thai, s 4tb I, l
chlldft'n .
The .. styto to U e, 170, -
". bronwiUtus .
el1vll1" .heroic'
"' '" the : the a IX
: ,pkili. ,.brought to 'Tlew, ;oalCtt Bloney b'y1; .I.ttq 1 t :
\ th Ma t"tnur .'
..., hiS dbovet 'Ivtterr A .of her IUIItrlnll f *
.1..Uill and tjUl / H i. .
i ,: .ij;i tht (
n.. .... Iron Urn to *h1l4l> tt av irflfMtotto oty *merl4lc I '
/ .lIIih lllh Id b. : ifiirr rk ..
r" .re', ".'1 .n4 tU 9l I '. -XT' *. ) .' t.ai1T&l '. '
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,11 ".' ,............-:..,....- ; ":!,.."""--..-----,.-'..--..... ,- ,.".....',.,.,-.--..-.'.-".a" ,._'" '. '- > : Professional Cards( : : '" ': : f' "' ---
,i,, > e7tir : '
ha, Word* of MODEL TRUCK MRM., ... r ft : 'COAST ''r'I
1)11 -
the _+nusLlatN1uhi'ol'wltle'( PERKINS
1 X..roe's IftIIdlcl'--_s4keed.as gives Two Acres of GroundP'oducinp Two JAMES.W. 1

ydleppeahoWd by leaden t. sit>UM...Mvaral tar more.schools wKhm.wnolnonprofosslooal of' Thousand Dollars Annually.Two ATTORNEY. and cbTTNSEIA> i

I \It..-J tea- block worth of the Methodist OASTORIA LAW. iI I

UmonWL .Wsrce'sFavorlUPrescrlp-' church la this city Mr D. Rotnndo ha L. I
= Florida.
0 i lion u.-: BADOB BOSnarTT on*V* frrappsr. DeLand.. :
in a lain EoiUeh.ly laralMat ID cultivation two> acres of land that in State and
*prlnvsd In pl will easily yield him J.OOO worth of Will. Practice
'1"' If an aa Invalid woman and wafer -.;: Court !
you vegetables annually. < t
tnm frsowmt teadach.backach.dlaW ..gnaw for Infants and Children.The ; : <<
L hsg In _..acb.periodical palna.eatarrbal. .. Until the poet;; winter this land hAd CTEW AnT A ELY

L dlsagtst e. pelvic abaomea drain.a ,. never been cultivated. being considered Kind Yon Dave Always Bought has borne the signature '

Ar l per ,perhaps dlstr dark***ia Spot lower or speck of little value, ma U adjoins the evprea : of Cnas. II. Fletcher.and has been relate under his ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office : .

daac C before W..,...fain spoil and swamp and waa thought to bv subject to personal supervision for over 30 yen... Allow no one TtaTwin; *

II1Dd Kysof toaiseauMdby female weak ovrrduw, l at Sir. l"'IUII.lu.Vb... I* an to deceive you In thl* Counterfeits Imitations and ( In Bank P08tomce.DA ; ; :;

..... &.b daransrsmsnt ef, the sluing pt-rfcnCMl track pnruwpr." knew that il "JWI -good.* are but Experiments endanger theIa.lth Branch office over :

caD not do better coald he iiuuln lnro a ...od..ll(1UdeD that of Children Experiment. Bert I
'u Ir. Favorite PrseertpUoa. Experience against D. Landia ,
Th fcf t.l.gygeca'sYolte.udoperr. would yield .1..y.'ly, of aoythlrniLuitoU. LANDIS & FISH :
0 flag ta may. b* avoided by the timely ( After awjnlrimr. posst-ssiim The Kind Ton Have Always Bought
i us ofFXMcrpuon vortto Prescription* la suck tbe ground his tint work wa' to clearit ATTORNEYS and" [
the obnoxious ezamlnr >Bears the of '
here riv
Ca- Signature
tl I 1 of Bermuda gram and weed*, after rr AT-UAW :

scan c. vn led Ito which h... grablxMl it at least. tight: inchoe -
auasiu, u rea vnten I deep thoroughly pulveriztn| { the earth Will Practice DeLand, and }'

c hLJ i! >tnaverybstiBSUVV avOl' before making tbe buds. He then hidIt 9 CnState
"comixised u<<
medicinal roots known to medical, ditched a well bored and the gronLd Special facilities for examining !: ; .
;, .elsoe, for the sun of woman's peculiar well fwtiliced.A I' perfecting land titles
contains no alcohol and no
harmful bablt-formlnc drugs this gulden was looked upon by In Use For Over 30 Years.

Proscriptions-Donotszpscttoomucn will not Irom-Favorite perform miracle mauy of our citizens. as an experiment.Mr ......-.u. ""","", .., ... ................, ..,.'0". m> | L. McCRORY, I l

*| It will not Ulaolva! or cur tumor Rotnndo'a progress was cart fully )
+ No BsdlelM wllL It will do a* much tosstabllah ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. f
watched and the snrprlat ---
? vigorous/ health In most weak- many were J :

AI MM*and ailment peculiarly Incident to when fate celery and lettuce beds sprpng The Danger of Contentment.A Two hundred cirar-inBker( have recently
woman a* thence *can. It must M into life almost within a night Ixttnce arrived in Tampa from Havana DeLand Florida.
19 It
la *
given a fair by perMvwaace ..
use for a reasonable length of U..... matnrlnK mach tbe quickest woe contented mind may be "better All have secured employment, and It Is
iffnrrt T-* ---. t nn than riche," but 1s it not possible that S, B. Wright
rim T- and 1s
the first transplanted, it yieldinga said that many more could find employ ado. B. Wright
c t ro6rtTck tlD l for yklaxguad.-ot most magnificent crop of good-eized this state of mind may be carried too ment In Tampa and Thor City cigar faotories. WRIGHT& WRIGHT.

Dyltecl to consult DT.P'loroe far in the battle of life today? In this
wouen i are heads. There in about one-half auto of .Gainesville San

.Y,bJ'juardod tett.r fes.u ucred1y AU eorreeposd secret and celery already transplanted, and aa sunny Southland of core, where nature: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ;{
has lavished her bounties with a prodigal ---- -- NOTARIES
womanly are protected bv; much more ground will be used for the
ooaplirtdence.s Addrss" Dr. K. V. is not mad Office at Telegraph Office
1>1"> same vegetable{ as soon as the lettuce is hand life' journey a

FIBulr.Ir. Pierces. &*leasent Y. Pellet &be beet out of the way. Onions and turnip are race and struggle! for existence but a DEMAND: -

IaaaUvs and regulator 0' the bowels and proving just as abundant a crop, in fact peaceful walk through. pleasant paths

They bowels.thartlo.: .Invigorate One. la.atlYo.lomoclL.I &WO liver or u.r- a everything planted in the. garden U doing where one U tempted to loiter by the V/OLUSIA COUNTY and TITLE : :

Easy to take as candy. better than the moet optimistic dared way, and forget the realness and earnestness I INVESTMENT : I
hope. of life and its duties ANCE : 1 '

A I Sweet Potato Crop Worth 52,340. This ground will be made to yield at Lacking the spar of a rigorous climate r"Shesaoloohoulbutyoecant Titles Insured. :J: I
which make a man hustle to se Abstracts furnished and titles
Mr. J. T. Daniel of .Spring Lake i Itt I least four crops of vegetables a year. cure even the necessities of f>existence: I ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints :!'
r shipping sweet; potatoes to the Tampa I First, lettuce will be planted and aa with plied. I\
is that
that is out of the celery willrod there danger: contentment Volusla County Bank. !
ties. He shipped I soon way Orpoult
market In large qnanti
ones surroundings and easy lot may ; ;!
last and made I be put in the woe bed, which will be DELAND '
them to (
Tampa year
drift into and and
indifference apathy,
reallalnfi a dollar a busheL cot iu March when Irish potatoes will j
money a resultant mental and physical stagna !
Thl year be increased hia crop to thir.. be planted and as soon as they are dog lion. I E. ALEXANDER,
beans will take their place which will
Be U
teen acres. now getting;
the Because we have not tbe prod of necessity ; \ '::
to next
ripen in time to give way
cent a bushel for his potatoes delveRailroad I :; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
forward :: cb : : ,)
to continually push us ;: '
In that the ground -
on board she Tampa Northern lettuce crop. way ..... : I'I i-=-"'::=: ,
at Brooksville.Hi will be constantly producing truck that is no reason why we should stand to one look ia* Office In Bank Building \ \ '

is salable.Mr. side in the march of event and become DeLand, Florida. ; !
land i rich hammock well adapt
hopelessly distanced. .IIADI MARKPORCHrtSHADES .Vhl Practice In State and ; .
ed to the cultivation of sweet potatoe Botnndo claim he will produce at Courts : I !! '
development of the South and .
Place the yield per acre at 200! bushels, 1 least $3,006: worth of track a year'on his '
its to a richer realization: of itowoDd..rful : :
fi'4, vwhlch I* the estimated average on good two acres, and that the total cost, including progress Qtt. U. A. DAVIS
resource, depends largely
land;multiply the 800! bushels by 13, the his own labor will not exceed : ; | 1
upon its own people and we most all be PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ; ; :
aDd the which will leave him net profit "
number of acre planted pro 1500 a :
up and doing. We ate exclusive agents at DeLand DELAND FLORIDA. /
duct by 90 cent, the amount he i* to of'1.iOG-mDch: more than the average Let every one become not only an earnest forthe Porch Shades J'ustthe thing Office at residence. Indiana 1

receive for the potatoes on board car at btuiuees man clears in a year on an investment for your verandas during the hot summer Court Boose. .
and persistent worker in the npbnildmg -
? Brooksville, delivery now being made of I10.00O-and from the looks: sun Call at our store and Office Hours: 0 to 19. 3 to 4. aDd :/ ; .. ,
of his or her community, but
on contract at that price. This calculation of his garden we think. be has estimated. examine i '
also for the spread of tbe I '
a missionary ;
will show what itr. Daniel will in bis profits very low.There J. F. ALLEN A CO. .
7 as. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. ;
doctriLe of both material and educational |M\
all probability realize on his potatoes
is an abundance of such land in ) advancement

thl year if he dispose of hi* entire and around Kiaummee that can be purchased i
Improve our school system, and increate PHYSICIAN and SURGEON /
crop: at 90 ants It will b* $$ .MO. I* at a very low price and it .. a : the! Dumber of school Educate HODGKIN'SWagon ; .
teat good money for 13 acre of a 4 or 5 wonder that more of it i la DOC n*.l for the children and those of a larger Office on East New York ", ; ; .

moDUlo'crop! truck gardening aa there U none better growth to a proper realixation of their DELAND. FLORIDA. ; :
Sweet potatoes I* on of the easiest' for that in the state. Xow that Shop
purpose ,
themselves their
duty to country, so
crop made aDd harvested in Florida. Mr. Botnndo barn brought hia garden to D' A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIC'PHYSICIAN.. ; \.
that and be
ignorance : illiteracy
r, Th planting and cultivation oom at a each a high- elate of perfection it is stamped ont. DeLAND, FLA.

a time when aQ other couth Florida. crop probable that many more will engage in
for law
Teach the
are ont of the way. a proper regard Everything in Wagon, Bu g\e1I\ Carts
the bnmmai. a* it ia certainly: a safe investment -
and curb the of lawlessness which
spirit eta, manufactured and repaired in my Office Second Door South of
Evidently a farmer cant make a Bv-
foe one to place hia money IB. at times seems to run rioLHard Shop in the very beet workmanship Drug Store.
lag in Hsmando coon ry.nnlaa be work There ia always a ready sal for garden work and perseverance can accomplish known. Only firat-tUea men employedand OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3
at least one-third of his time. aDd does track mod Mr. Rotunda state that he firt-class work turned ont. I have and 7 to 8 p. m.
but in one'awork
: much enthusiasm p'I
r' not go' to town or pieaitw mart than laM orders enough to Justify him patting is an essential that must not be ately adied to my plant a -, DeLand Florida. ,

;,, ono*or twice a week. least
in at twenty saes.7hly this
overlooked and
Believe in yourself DR. W. S. TAYLOR
The rasann why the poor -eaalmate : in
week then was a gentleman the city your work and be so imbued with the
a comfortable aapport an tn*hammock March of head lettoo for a firm in
it that .
spirit of yon will inspire in oth BURQEOy-DENTIST
: land of Hemando county Ie be amd toted .
1IiDM&po,, be that this wu&be
like of So
en a degree interest. let us I. .
ran s he i*a poor farmer and lag with only garden be bad found that could all work together for the attainment of Office In Fisher's New Brick } .
it provided b*has good health and b
; a Second
apply it, and that it was bringing aa nobler ideals that this fair Southlandmay Floor! .
,t '--. or 41owr.e if n*I* no a farm. figure at .
exceptionally high
present .
'come into iu own and take iu DeLand Florida : ,
one: b* wffl have to Ism the business before / "t
It is well worth tie rime to visit this right place in our glorious nation.- :

bo can mak it pay.-Brooksvill. model garden, as it; will certainly convince Panama Pilot. O. B. WEBSTER :; : :: :: ::: :: : ::

cue of the truthfulness of the' a

How Adam Was Punished .&atemell'that this 1* the most favored 'try-Edior CONTRACTOR and y:: & ::::::::::::: : : :: M,
spot in all the South for the growing of I' The ; s '
1 '
A prominent pastor tell this story: vegetable* -Klsaimmeo Yalley-Gaxette My Specialty U : ,
Florida owe much to what U com ARTISTIC CONCRETE :
"I visited a certain school one day
monly called the country editor and in
'wac. Bible instruction was part of theM AND STONE SIDEWALKS uf
'T: daily course and in order to tees thechildren' He Cot What He Asked For. some communities their splendid work '
for the development of the state in general .

4 dons One-class's knowledge ul little asked girl some looked ques Sparred on by newspaper taunts, possibly and their respective: sections in I Insure with us.

a plain-clothe) man of the Atlanta .
l particular. is not fully appreciated.
particularly: bright and I asked the tallest -
one What sin did Adam commit police set ont OliO day to detect violation Public enterprise always finds a helpIng COLD TIRE SETTER Now la the time. /

"'He ate for bidden frnif \ of the Ueorgia prohibition law. band and crime an unrelenting foe / '

jt' -"ItiKht.. Who tempted Adam f On Decatur street he met an old negro among the Florida editors They are 'Can set your Tires without taking Spot cash for.losses. : L'

_ ,"'E" whose appearance he considered "8US' always boosters and I wheels from vehicle. We take out no U should be ,
No an uncompromising protected. '
really Eve but the bolt
aerpent. rnb no paint or-bnrn fences "
your .
_ Aad. bow was Adam punished r .... enemy of all"knockers." with a hot tire. Come and see it work I ... $
'The Rbi hesitated and looked eon- Say, uncle," he whispered, with a There is not a state In union that furnishes aDd yon will never have your Tire set R you Insured ?
fused. Behind her sat a little 8-year- wink "do yon know where I can get hot again./
more editors
old, who raised her hand and said: or worthy : Every company reliable. nI
'please" pastor, I know.' some whiskey! among the country press than Florida, Thanking yon for your patronage ID :

"'Well tell ... How was Adam "I spec' maybe I kin JIlt yer some ef and their splendid services should always \ the the future past and I remain hoping a continuance In When does your policy expire? -"

punished?' yer gim me de money," replied the suspicions be recognised. With unalterable I

4 ."He had to marry Eft.Barper'ft' one."Well devotion to the beet Interests of the Tours to serve, Is your policy in force ? 4 N I
w' Weekly. here' a two-dollar bill," said SCOTT HODQKINS. }
state they are battling manfully for all
the piain-clothe* man. 'Til wait in the that 1s and Telephone number Lxteen.I N
good using their utmost endeavors ------.- ---
alley here. Now hurry back." for the suppression of all that HON INSURANCE
"Yessah. hoe, ef yell jea" hoi'. die Is bad. W. C. CANNONS' I AGENC7:

The Simple Life box er shook fer me." and the policeman Stand by the country editor, and every Livery Feed and Sale Stables U will find us at I ail O

bad the box under hIs arm before he town and country where they operate '

bee for ha basis PERFECT: HKAL.TH. knew while the darkey shambled off will be beneBtted.-Jacksonville Metropolis Fine Fashionable Turnouts Stetson and DeLaad.

.1. The clear brain the healthy I &.b. down the street, turning the first corner. : .
bodily organ exercising In harmony are 'TbtoktoK he was on warm trail and Ins Bu.meet all trains at A. C. L. Dep 01 :
the Brat essential of a Slmpl. Life- darks: meet morning end afternoon F. K:
.. wonld soon have an important prisoner U. Ry train nt Orange and A' '
The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac night CHOICE PEACH +
A un OF KACC AND SATisrAcnoH. and witness "with the goods on," the trains at Df Lftml. Ju-otlon. U. S Mall .
sleuth waited in patience. An 'hour For 1900, ready Nov. 15. 1908 best I both routaa. Hacks meet boats at Bcresford. FOB SALE OH EAST TERMS .. ,
No on* tan know .b. pure dellcht of Gentle borses and earetul driver -
ever sent ont
fire Simple livina whose nervous system I* went by. He was getting tired. Two I liDo beautiful covers in colors' phone 3. DeLand. Fla. $.0.00 to $100.00 PER A C R I'
f'' kept fat a stats of Million by Constipation hour. Still no sign of the mltOr.WearJ' portrait of Prof. Bloke in color all f
the old
_ ,Indlg tioe.Dyspepsia: Biliousness and discouraged he returned the book. The best several astronomical new one ia Bsat Para Ssctloa la tW. Stats e'f.'
and other dlsassa due to Inacttoa of .b. to the year S. A. BAKER. ,- !
liver.Syy polio' station. Suddenly be re book and the only one containing tbe Savlll, Fla.V. ':"
membered the shoe under his arm and original "Hick Weather Forecast." ,
; Th* Simple Way to sack the Simple
decided have By mail 80o.i on newsstands SOc. One The ,
to a look.: The box, Sower urNo
it ,, Ltf I*to seek the remedy for time con contained free with Word and ,
,ditions. Thi remedy bar been found In carefully wrapped 'a full quart beet f 1 monthly In America. WDieco..r Second Chasse H. VOORHIS I

our great produc-. bottle of corn whiskey.-Everybody's on almanac In Quantities Agent Oeod tome airs u.eta mnke the maor .(<

Magazine. wanted. Word and Works: Pub. Co: Dentist
ST.. JOSEPH'S 8301 Lucnst Street St. Lonis. MOo Every FERRY'SSEEDS
citizen owe It to himself to his leitow.
P. O. Block ''
r't "''k Liver Pecans a Big Money Cro;. and to Prof. Hick to possess the Fla.
Regulator "Hicks" forecasts-"tbe only reliable. Bonn a80
r w S --V ** Pecan culture I. no longer' an experiment : I : to 19 and 1.80 to 4
In Snwanee _tity.
That the DOt j .
$y,(Y DMM Ltglid 1Md Tr1.P lamp's g...h..a ter nog
,. can be grown here to perfectlori has been The Columbia State says that In this kn.t..wade zed alorr-rm rasa rq

k: It has mad*life Might**and nappln*** demonstrated by actual experience. The year of various crop failure*, there la l W. mi.r. 1.9.r..d.ua rwptt4

> *i V and peace possible when all was dark tree glow and thrive and live to a very some cheering news tor Boston. The. .M.nasTap..sua.es DR. JOHN REEVE t
f, SMuldiMraMod. It reaches the center of
old and
i life and potinsa than It snco.ssg..lb. age are a sure crop More pecan bean crop U far more extensive: rhnji r' .

Her,stomach and bowel*to a Itswr and have been marketed her this year wa last year, and bean will according- I I
-i than before and the baa be .
p aeon natural activity. ever price kept ,, Iy cheaper. ADdIble means something DELAND FLA. n

It I* th* SIrapto Way to a Simp'* Life, up remarkably well. The forty-acr to Boston for last year the |>*pu- ,

of' Health,Paw Cootaiitment. seedling grove of Mr. :J. T Carroll justnorth laoe of the Hub 'consumed 82.000 000 i9BestROSES ,

; .Many persoa* attest this fact wtio has of th* city I. Just coming into quarts, the bill for which was not less '
i slli.fl h* trout tiy arninl sifarlanrn. full bearing, aa u also the grove of Mr. than 110000000. ll.OOOAcres

,- St.Jo* plt'.Liquid Liver Regulator C. N: Hildretb, Jr.. a abort distance

,, !' I* monpt fit aatims xm drurlr{ jmlafabl* west of the city Mr. Spearing .... a of
Itusuurbyd7u ,,
r;; and clmsntto Ui tMw *> Cypress and k
? 2M JUMlaWen at H)o.nlaabo4tIi. fin.budded pun north of th. city and CASTOR IA satins! ANa mIWII

'" Jornl ph'.Litry fttt4iu4tov 1r.powts. there are hundreds of smallsir grovelscattered .. ''n SRI IIIS1' IMIt1sA. Pine Timber fri Bre-- ;
all over the'oollot,. ;Before For Infant and CblUraa. .,";.a rhw.w..e w Own .
A 4IMa. ..... _.4..
ma In Snwane ft..tp. sad '
NotA'est' 'county many years win be tapeoa a big 'money cop crop, and 1* Old XM H Jllwajs8fLlka bq.kaa: ....--HMa-o"- .Wvt.IamceleNa yard County, for sale. ,

will be:much'Muter,')snooeyttaan that s -... St t1Yte a..a. Onw.rt rtes'tlSpllfa L.it.rag See T. E:Arnold of
made oast cotton crop Uve Oak DUB- _. .._ _. ; :
.wrNa.a..w 'ttme4ey.e. '
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i .! .;$.$& .tJ .$ It reminded tne of,' the Englishman's. little spookf of land should have becomenob l "I : \. "'<" '1' .' ,:,', II\: I Il (: 4)

witty (T) remark tbat no .one can have.. \ a powerful fuotor In iiiowiaEihTJPatti: .r' '\ t'
4 heor1d' ; :
A \
I .JAMES the "blues" in ( SURPRISED SWORDS***,;. ';: ,
,t.I : W. HODGES $ FROM LONDON Ireland. \ pro re... i I; think it i Ie largely owing. to '----l.-i i I "'',;;(( fI\gkll'\ : !';.4! t

ft When we landed in Glasgow the I the Judicious mite of means. which make '.. Judg. '.0..%.*'* 'f lyrnolfl' ,WItta'. ...< ht:; l 'f1 '!
L .. ; :: Representing'. great ship building center of British .. .. .
,, ,"' 1 the an individual or a nation 'Influential--- .. Mea"' ...: : .t, .. ,"II\-\ .
'I 8 Isle, we were enveloped in the proverbial money( morale and maajtalitr. In a Once Threw : Him Into A': fencing: master appeared 'luon *toa t4P'' .I'', Ir.-J;: .

\\1, | JOHN B. DRAKE & CO. DR; MACDIARMID' WRITES INTERES1INGLY ... Scotch mist" The term u peculiar general way It may be said, that Boot 'a- winter In the seveateenfbce.ntusI I' ", I Ii'" '. ( '"f

Qtl, end, perhaps, mluleadlng for it Is' land furnishes the brain, Ireland the Frenzy of Madness.A and had erected a *ta W on.which &i f "\\i

''', I I8t E.Ubll.h.d In 1870. 8 OF HIS' nothing more nor less than a noiseless, brawn and England... the money. (Here -,-- strutted up and down .t certain hoar, ,\',())1111, '

soaking rain. But matter. how defying any and all to engage tn 'word i ., :-
no mnoh
: M abroad ,
Commission Englishmen love
alaim '
Merchants OLD HOME.He to everything FREAK OF THE CRAZY KING.H ',,-'
!: : 8 yon are out In this rain it has no bad British. English play; with him \
When "
A / ) an
After this 'on
had !loire for' eyrt
'9'4 Market St., Boston Mass. ,effect If yon use the Scotch prophylactics Irishman ;
"" .' wishes to win yon be give you day; and the man' bouta\\ I bad 'be, k
-- 8I" I -a mackintosh and a high-ball. a joke or a jab; when a Scotchman trie Frightened and Enraml th. Great some Insufferable Judge- William Goffe

,.., .' HlgftMl/ Mar**! Price ReaHieJ/or/ flood Fnilr. Returns Made Daily" Car Wanders Through 'the Land Some pne in writing of the Joys of life to convince you he brings out a book or Diva by .HI. Strange ,Whims and and Edward Whalley, the famous Bng-:
't I .:' loll? I Specify./ Conifomnenfi, Solicited./ Members has mentioned "the joy( of the emigrant bottle when Whsn 8h. (
; fruJf and' Pro. .. of Burns "/ ; an Englishman ha designs Finally Sang For Him In tau political refugees, disguised themselves / ,
", due ticking, IIo". ". Mass.Rd.rn and Scott and Gels 'when after years .hardship) and toll he on yon he offers you a pound sterling Munich It Drov. Him Wild. in rustic costume and appeared ',

. II I "1 ITourth National Bank. Boatoni Second National Glimpses of the Highland ;Batches the first glimpse of his boyhood or a promise' And so it goes. before the alleged master. Ooffe held
Bank o.w-. N Yti When PaW wag In the first heyday
.... In
i andai>FmoTe ntU aic riy. I home again. But oh, how things have A party of ns belated American tonr- one band a cheese wrapped in a'
." }' Chieftains.To changed! The old folk of..a. quarter. of let and students will sail by the Lnsltanla of her fame Ludwig 11" the mad king napkin, which be used for" a abtold -rand
- of Bavaria wt hi. heart on having her carried a mop which be had soaked ; .
have :
---..'.. eA&.s 8 $ the Editor of The Record: a century ago gone to their long on November fonrteentn. We for him
e sing at Iris private auditoriumIn la muddy;: water. te passed a poddie. -
lest he
} grown ones are bent and choose
gray big for three
reasons- 1-I
"I I Munich. Zte wrote letter after let.ter. t ( ,
RY' ; Y/.', remember I nnumbw. the boy and leaders In business
: The house what I wu born, girls are she la the fastest the safest and about bogging Imploring offering *xtravogant Thus equipped,, the judge mounted I

-- The little window whore the inn and society and those who were the only one with a promenade deck sums .f money, but PaW the stage. TIc fencer railed at ..himor '

--,', ': ". Came pooping In at morn." yet unborn are grown( young men and wide enough( for( a pair of broad shoulders 'resolutely; ; refused to go. She bad heard his impudence asked him what ',
I & E.t .bll.hed 30 V..r. And who can forget that house, especially women. For the first time in my life I and a merry widow bat. too many stories of Lndwlg' freak business he had there and ordered him, '

. 'eo : : if It nestles In the heathery lap of fully realized that I am growing old.I Very truly and wa desperately afraid of him butt to begone. The lodge stood Iris ground, .

1; I the Scottish last the king offered her a mm *o Then the gladiator made a pass at. film
: Ship to Hartford Conn. highlands No umtter bow spent a month In the highlands: and JOHN MACDIARMID.
with hi* sword to drive* him off. The tk
normoua that It seemed rldtaulou torefuse
"' !II. far afield we may wander nor how longwe Islands visiting even faroff St. Kllda. London Eng., Oct. 80, 1908.i It. Then the linger plucked Judge received the word in his cheese i4 .

A Good New Englahd Market may be gone nor how the ups and This Inland is not much more than a 5 .i courage! and started for Munich. When up and held it there till he had drawn ,

I.., downs, changes and vicissitudes of life bare rock exposed on all sides to the The Japanese Pers/mmon./ she and her' maid Alighted at the (talon the mop over the professor face and .

: may have affected ns, tbe thoughts will fury of the Atlantic about fifty miles Who among the native... of Dixieland. not even a carriage wa there to smeared him with mud. Another ,

-'--" (MARKS BROTHERS occasionally" revert to tbe home and happy weat of the Scottish mainland. There does not remember with tingling blood meet them, and they had to Inquire the plunge by the enraged maitre d'armea .

days of childhood. When AUlast, are only aoout seventy-five people on the and smacking( lips these frosty mornings Dame of the best hotel and call a cab. resulted similarly; this time the judge

f' 37-39 Church Street I after an absence of twenty-five yean In Island ana everybody/ is kin to almost of October, and the persimmon( trees That was the first shock to the diva' poking the mop Into his third eyes. This ,
wa repeated a time.
a far foreign land. one' finds himself on everybody else. They are great, big, Oat along the streams and on the hills l nerve and temper. After luncheon she
I Then the maddened master
tbe back his handsome( men and and we for that most luscious Started out to lee the town and Incidentally fencing ,
WANT way to native heath I he has women rocy, RO ( of fruits; hi and '
:Ji dropped ordinary sword grab
"long long thoughts." wondering as to healthy looking: children For month then the 'possum" hunts and the roast to examine the poster announcing bed up a hug broadsword. Thereuponthe

'Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples how everybody and everything/ there. At .ft time po one dares attempt to( land ,. 'poHsnm.. sweet potatoes.. and persimmon a\ mention Europe's of her name greatest could linger.she find Not Judge said: .. ; ,

He knows there must be changes but nor leave the t Inland, because people hav.. btwr ti. wash 'tt down. This fruit f1be rushed' back to the hotel and told "Stop sir'! BlthertorOll; see, I have ; ,
:-- what and learned to tnelr sorrow what the wild Is Maid to have caused only played with and not attempt
1..1: ALSO VEGETABLES IN SEASON are they, bow much Do the more( stragglingIn her maid to pack the trunk you
'; -'. mountain tops still wear their caps of waves are saying" in that... neighborhood. the rank of the armlet daring the Just at that moment a resplendent ed to do yon barm, but if ;yon come at '

,. t, 1 We can handle carloads to advantage. Low rates via Clyde Line. mist and the daislessmile at the thistles Even In midsummer when I went there Ute "unpleasantness" of forty years ago, officer delivered a letter from the king. me now with the broadsword know

ilia, '. ;'t just as sweetly as of yore? Do the the sea was so rough that ont of a hnndrod than .all. other Cannes! combined. Tile letter stated curtly that hi* majesty hat 1 will certainly take your liter, I
nnlo I I"K' ) References: Bradatreet'. Dun'a Agency! or Tbe master was impressed by the
; ,
Tbe would wait for her at T o'clock
three for have
waves roar as angrily] aa they pound passengers only reported Japanese / tnkera the perslm '
First National Bank of Hartford Conn.lfcr firmness with which the Judge spoke, .4
'I ( : In the royal palace, where bittsinger
R I ,tgalpat the granite bulwarks, while the breakfast. I stuck to the democratic mOil and, thinking (t WAil 'dwarfed'. precisely for be dropped the point ef his weapon .

lllIef11to. bees make their morning rounds among principle ot )Jetting the majority( rule enough they pro 8t'4pd( i to enlarge. it would give In ordinary her further Mme.direction Fischer, and exclaimed: "Whon you bet Ton .

P- '' the clover blossoms Do the minister and.. joined heartily in showing my con- many fold. and in the Japanune... persimmon must be cither Gaffs Whalley or the $ .
:.::iI !.JII.3.a.z.a! : : : '''. froo. Fischer would also with
!: :.a .a.aaa.a': : sing
''I.lell f "" oIIJI"ilII 0II.JI.",, ....o;; ;;;JI....,;;;JI."" ....,..,.,....,.-..,..,.,...-....,:r. \ and the doctor drhe abreast comparing tempt for old ocean when it rises in its we have luscious trait .and.. something time. Pattl the duets which his m*> devil for there .was. no ether man in :lTi' ,

notes along the road which McKay finds wrath as Mr. Dooley puts it. of good food value... and for health. BIlly wished to hear. A programme England that could beat met"-Boston
\&' to i. A. BBICKSOH It. C. BmUl ELL if liI too narrow to walk; and does MoAulay Millions of solon geese, gannets kitte- fulness unsurpassed. wa loclo.ed. Patti' wept with rag. Post ____________ ,,
;I''I"a"Ollll.t"* ; ." HiHi; play his bag-pipes by a peat) fire while wakes, gnilemots, etc., make their homein There has been some confusion( about "I have never been treated: *o bru- '

r the lads and lassies of the village] dance St. Hilda, and tbe people catch them the names and varieties among( nurserymen 4ally." she (..\\4. "I shall leave at once. HE GOT THE TICKET. "

opo'': .S .J:... .A. ERICKSON &; CO. U the highland/ ] fling/ t Does the same -they don't ..eed to shoot them-and but they seem to h..velreed. / at Tl! ,the never king *neverl"o. I will Tbe not officer slngaever I A Simple Little_ _Errand_ That Mao*. a

'nt, < sweet calm rest pyer street ard field and sell tons of featheis and fat to pay tbe present and a list of twenty or twenty of Commotion. -
Lot ,
.... pleaded> with the Irate prima donna.
', \ti harbor during the! Babbathy rent The captain called! our attention five varietIes! carried by tame ha been
tll I'd. His majesty bad been wild with excitement One of the most amusing accidents
(t. '" .. ;. These and.a. hundred other questions to a rather Interesting! and may I say cut down to a tew of the best ever line he knew she would Imaginable happened to an old gentle 4,

, H "d-!) I present themselves during a quiet hour Imprnsulve, sight In relation to home The Japanese varieties are mostly( come and had not slept for three I man In one of our large eastern cities. #

nIL on deck, while one Is comfortably wrap- role among solen geese. He pointed on tan propagated on the wild Virginia roots night so great was hi* joy; at the Ilewasa.kedtobujatickettoafirei; i!, "

''I''., S : : ?t pad> lu a steamer rug watching the stars .. isolated colony tbe members of whichare by grafting, prospect of hearing her. man's ball and good natnredly; com .I"1;

to : "t the good vessel I plows' the billows( a prohibited, by a general law.. on A list of the varieties follows: "Besides,1* added the officer, "you plied. The next question was what to .4
' I. n.e This inow king isis.i."Crax7. 1 **- do with It. He bad two servants I
pain of death from associating with the Zengi.- fruits rather early here your
I.u housapj, } mfles! from/ shore. The reverie and while it is one of the smallest It is ; ." snapped Pattl "'Y8II. that' either of whom would be glad to useit
"to'to Hi of their kind. This colony(
",. y ends very nnjattafttcfflrt'y: '' : yhen a ,slsti! 'f generality dark fi Bue4, and of excellent I very comforting Isn't It? I don't know but be did not wish to show favor i(
, HiHi is and crowd was" composed of birds to all aupeurauoeg quality I Just then she
". hip reported! pausing a ofyonnit ( I why ever/ came. III em.
ppt91 L people met out of the musm like the otbeii, bat they bud wade! and good to eat while still firm. This caught sight of this poet.ecriptl"Tb. : Then It occurred to Urn that be might

\ I toto room where an eldery gentleman with the unpardonable.. mistake ot failing to tree begins to ripen In August "and' con king command Mm. Patti to bay another" ticket and give both his
II; Hi'! themselves Ith mates In other hones for about four months.Hacheya In white without Not knowing
.; .toto E a sweet tenor voice. to keep the tide of provide v. appear pure any servant a pleasure.
J W \N fan from running too high has been words this colony was a bachelor -This is the largest known color whatever and not by any mean .where. the tickets were sold b* Inquired .j' '

,,'r'u.. toto SIi the club. Commendable policy, some( might variety, very fine for( preserving and to: wear a satin gown but soft wool. of a policeman( and the officer .

'". ,' ."..... singing returning emigrant's song( : lay but, really' what... better ]laws can evaporating bat not quite so good to eat 811k I III painful to his majeery., ; suggested that he go to the engine
I :toto H\ \Hi "I i know I shall And still lovelyTh I out of band "Ills majesty; will have to be pained. boul ,:, r .old tndurlnv Ihliufi, I be expected in poosedom; f f wonder bow .[ have no white woolen gown except the engine house that evening, but

'Q .9NEW gROANS: Estey Bridgeport, Carpenter : Th mountain Marred by th* t \ 01... when the trwunlt sinew tbe preceding tbe fruit Is dark fleshed
\ : his views on nature fakirs and race suicide ; ; "Redl" groaned the omcer. "Oh no, been In such a place before and '

m Njpiif;: TALKING MACHINES: Edison, Columbia } ; But what of thoM of who have vaniahed. I if be beard thIs story very highly colored and rich and is not Bed sends hi* majesty Into fit*. stood for a moment or so uncertain .

f,.. !t Victor NEW SEVVINQ w |What)ongs| 'of beloved the mbalng yore pannu; Before( beginning my studies at Tbe probably the best flavored of all. The It[ ;you appear In red he will scream how to make his presence known. .
Zonophone. trees are good though and have convulsions. Oh, do be
-- And friend I ball ... no mor '" Royal infirmary and the Royal Hospital( growers they pa Presently be saw an electric button
.I, Domestic White have been rather. shy bearers for me. Vent, madam! I will bring Mm on the side of the room' and be put hi* t
MACHINES: New Home The voyage from New York to Glasgow for sick children In Edinburgh and The Yeddo Ich1.-This tree has.very good Fischer to TOO. 6b. understands the4ng's thumb on It.

M Standard and others. HARNESS made to HiHi,,; was quite uneventful except the.. Rox al l Waterloo Hospital. for children habIt of growth and fruiting, and.. < nerves. She will explain." The effect waa electrical In every sense

,Y. two passengers went insane and had to and women .and.. the Dreadnaught Hospital should be considered tor its fruit qualities B* fled from the room, and shortly; of the! word. Through the ceiling .

1. order. ,.t be put in Irons, "n4 another! one died, In London I wandered all (over by all who are planting. after Mme. Fischer appeared upon the down the stairs and from every. other' I

IPOI !t ; which necessitated a burial at sua. tbe land of Burns and Scott. I trackedthe Tane.Nallbl.-Tbls scene. She soothed Patti Into good direction firemen came rnnolng and. _. -- ,j
"Ploughman. Bard" from the little variety has been humor -and also attacked the white the horse rushed out of their
\ With a word I leave your readers to falling ;
:rI m MUSIC HOUSE somewhat more successful for than
DEAND ( me wool peignoir and transformed It Intoa
where be and in abort all the machineryof
HiHi Imagine what sad scene this is. It la room in the cottage at Ayr stalls ,
.t any other. The fruit is among the beet most becoming Greek robe.
house Instantly j
first the light, to the mausoleum\ a modern engine was
-., Phone HAYNES :Bl OCK \. early morning, the ship stops tbe crew saw of the yellow( fleshed varieties.. which Before T the royal carriage arrivedat In motion.
134 lies burled I followed ;
4:S.S. .. I. palled on deck. a gangway Is placed Dumfries where be are astringent until ripe the hot*? and Patti went to the pal Amid all this uproar stood the innocent I

15 I ... ", $' ...........,....,....,.........,..-.... ............_._........,.!!f.o..cg Into the waves tbs pprpsa fa brought! the "WI* rd of the North" from Yemon -This was much lauded a few ace. She wa led through dimly; old gentleman, who did not *us- f
Os. .t'--; : :eo:eo:,...c:cc:=:-:eo:eo:c-:cc: :ce: :: :e-: : _. : from below in plain coffin to which tbe oradle to tbe grave. I have got a years ago( as the great.. market sort. It lighted room and corridor Into Lud-- pact that he had touched the fire alarm
S here .and.. there of proud highland wl "'. private theater which wa In
S. heavy weights are fastened a clergyman glimpse does not seem to( have held to this until the men clamored around him for 4

IS.tS. ''. prays a certain a"n"lls given and chieftains, John Knox Queen Maryand tige. It has not had aa good a trial prvs with utter tbat darkness entered through save for the the moonlight window Information a* to the locality; of the I _

PS.S. I the coffin slips into the depths. other Scottish worthies; admiredtbe me as the other varieties named. fire. _
Patti stood the dark wbll
substantial evidences of a nation'sappreciation upon stage Then he said mildly "should ilk to .7
dawned ;
] Fourth on ns ,
The glorious
( Tanra:} .., or Turll.-Tbl. la the latest an orchestra somewhere out of light
II. of the services of almost buy; another ticket for the ball If ;yea
wenty-flve hundred miles from the IbM variety here and. I have kept them into began soft prelude. Through the .
I g'i' I J. F. ALLEN & co. of the stars and stripes. The flag was. every schoolboy Ideal hero since Jane February and March. I have had trees gloom she could just make oat a whiteface please.The situation was so ludicrous that
and everywhere in evidence. A?. Porter wrote her great historical, novel; In the royal box oppolt the
early which
:; were fall of fruit .B.I late in the there wa a general shout of laughter" ,
walked over/ the field where Bruce 110 .tage. Not another auditor was In the
'" ,I tar luncheon a procession was formed(
that Iris
Mason they had shed all their and the old gentleman bought
. I House of Volusla County around the deck gloriously( established his country's Independence great hall. _
Leading and after marching I leaves and< were a beautiful sight. The ticket and th. engine house resumedIts
l three time English: Scottish and Irish ; feasted my eyes on the lateness of tbls variety makes It worthyof ; Patti felt. th cold shiver creeping former state of quiet-Exchange.
f over her. She shook wltb
I,) -all American citizens-vied wltb each beauties of loch and vale mountain and planting.... nervousnessand
when have
fear and he should
Sam's native born river In the Trosoarka and Killarney; Smell ,In Greet Cttto.
jjj. other and wltb Uncle Okame.-The State .
Horticultural Report begun her ana not a sound could she
.-... .'..,, I 'DROP IN"and sonn in speeches and song to do honor( to sighed at the ruins of "abbeys and CM for 1007 says this is the best for make. She opened her mouth but her The man with a nose always recognizes -
-.1 JI celebrate and the laud of tie old in story,*' attended service at the small of the place, and he baa
the day we home use and the local market. This throat was paralyzed from nervous) .
- only to land at Calais l to smell garlic.London's
see our Newest their adoption. Bit as we were nearing St.; Paul's, Westminster and Noire 'arlpty.. $ has not succeeded so well wit terror. There was a pause. Tke king smell-when th* Londoner'
::1'J. and were to so- Dame jnat as if Jennie Oeddes bad never sprang up and leaned forward ont of
the British ooaatl' we me, aa I have uiy trees on rather heavy return*-I* just soot and fried flsh.
.,-It. !J .>, in Parlor and journ for a while under the nnlon jack. worshipped at 8t. Giles; gazed at statuary oil. the box hill white face gleaming In the Parts always smells of chocolate and
,. Styles and painting in the Luxembourg moonlight The violins repeated the
U was but proper that "The Star United States Farmers' Bulletin No. wood smoke. Florence violet and

poa'? fur- Spangled Banner"should be followed by and Louvre and other great national] .43: says that the I persimmon la the richest prelude. Patti gathered herself together wage. But so soon .. you get to '
- Room and mad one heroic effort.
Dining 'Brittanla." and "America". by "Qod galleries until I almost felt as if paint Russia the smell to quite differentMoscow ,
ot all
:1JIlt. fruits, containing"' more than Her vole rang ont into the great
be nafely the city of fruit that cornea
': ere and sculptors might entrusted
Save the King twice the nutriment of bananas.. Th empty; place and the king sank back smell
niture. with the divine of breathIng from the Crimea bo a. special
k...'.' Early next morning (Sunday) land finished power works, demand for this fruit Is increasing.. and Into the dark box. of the cranberry; (which ha varlooa .

-"I was. sighted and we were soon In Lon life into their hose; of you who hive eaten Japanese Patti though badly] scared, made the names) In late summer. And yon cannot

/m/IG";, londerry, where about four hundred Altogether I have enjoyed tbe sum persimmons cut up with sugar and effort of ber life and finished the aria land in St Petersburg without noticing .

_,r lassengers disembarked amid hearty mer especially the three mntb'sp80t( ream can tell yon why all right./ from "La Traviata" triumphantly;: and Instantly the smell of the place. f

. .\, Phone No. 62 J. F:. ALLEN &. co. Deland. Fla. hand-shakes and good wishes to the sons attending the special clinlqoes of the Professor W. K.!: O riffle, author ot stood lence. flushed Not a with sound victory.cam. from Dead the" London Chronicle

and daughter of "Quid Qlreland. The master in London and Edinburgh.. 'The Mikado's Empire" tells ns: "A gloom before her. Bb went off the

;; :' Emerald Isle is. Indeed an appropriatename Physicians from( all over the world] take to the fruit itself It is nutritions pala... stage In a temper Mme. Fischer was Pyramid I .1
The largest of the Mexican pyramid,
= : for Erin. From the deck of the poet-graduate courses at these famous.. ( able and to a high degree charged with behind the scenes, and PaW waited that of Cbolula. baa a bat measurement ; #

"4: Caledonia( we could see every shade of medics schools.\ Without( comparing those chemical ingredients\ which give with her for the signal to sing the of 1,488 feet and a bright of iTS "j

_ :"'1'fJ green Imaginable, from the dark green these and those of the United States let most fruits their value-In preserving tbll next number. A messenger appeared feet. The Great pyramid of Egypt.sometime .

:1.. I of a vine which clambered up tbe whitewashed me say that medicine (although not an health I&nltJrifylog\ tbe blood. This at the door. Ills majesty;: had bad called the pyramid! of Cheeps f T '

- 1 1I' : KLICKER.BROS walls of tbe crofter's cot, to the exact: science) aa taught here has certainly 'fact' Insisted on by tbe Japanese doe enough music and bad gone to bis stand on a baa each side of ?*. *;

.. 7. pale green which fades into gray... on the played an Important part in the tore, some of whom I have known( to pnrtment Fotmoment. Patti which wa originally 764 feet tongs; bat

,.-" k r TailorsFour llstant hilltops. I have visited Ireland prevention and cur of disease every cure their patient. by a persimmon stood rudeness stunned.was so Then colossal she laughed.that It was The owing to the removal of the coating, It

- Merchant twice since then and it i la everywhere I where. cure' 1'ke that.. of the 'grape care' 01 funny. Mme. Fischer took the diva to, to now only!; 740 fet Its. height according ;

_ ; always the same restful living green. We. sometimes. wonder why these twoFULL', southern Europe "-A C. Sill. la St. upper and then home. to Wllkenaoa. was originally being I
480 feet 9 Inches, Its present height

; Doors South from Fisher's Correrdulta \ Petersburg Independent. The next morning Mme. Fischer 400 feet-New Tort American. _
? called at the hotel once more accompanied -

A GOOD REASON. by the court chamberlain, who Feminine. Intuition. ( ,
1 Suit ol shades and patterns bore the promised check:, an autograph ]loves
.. for morning- noon and Hattle-rm positive George ma
% letter of thank from the king and
new, and want me to be hi* wife. Ella'r' .

, Suit night* that lit you f too, just Suit ,uptrbtyllned all through 'IITREES'1 DeLand People tau Tell You Why III tome Ludwig Jewel, Mme.of Fischer great.laid value.wa In King one Ha he told ;you sot Hattle-No, bat 'I. _
be has taken each a strong dIslIke: t* ,
right, ) and through supplied at the So. I of his maddest moods wild with regret mammae-Chicago Tlibaa .
L Suit* well made at price rlaht.sui" that are a bargain true- These trees hav Dona' Kidney Pills cure tbeoauM ft dl. caning himself and cursing Pat-
1 fine and hay<< o.ae, and that Is why tbe cures are ..)t .
floor all
When you appear. crops tL H* had walked the nIght '
here. This
Waiting lasting. .
eloquent remt"hr.alreo tbena and tornup a The Ual.iiis** ef Worry. .
trees are the kidney" tn drive nutol, groaning that b* was a traitor f.Patti' .
t loving understanding
CONSULTATION I FREE. salesmen for us, and it is not strange that our business keepr Ibe body tbe liquid rolnonetbatoauM backache voice bad so ravished hi* sn*** Sympathy; '1
I trowing,, larger and larger every year. heudncbe and dlslreulng kidney and that for one moment b. had goes over and the expression: : of It help a lot.
urinary coinplnlnts Worry I hi sympathy ran to *eed and
DeLand Floirda I Jewel Peach Mr*. 11:. Woodcock, living near Third 8t.8.n'ol'd. to Italian music and bad been false to that doesnt help In the least-Loaded > I
KLICKER BROTHERS, Glen Saint Mary Flu., ante: "..y husband coin, Wagner the one musician wbo aloo : Sketch. "

conumerclal'kind .for peach-growing sedlons Of plnlncd great ,tips vf "buokiiohn. H. did bad vatUfled his JDBje ty'; *onLTbat _________ ,. _
all means the best not reel wtllat nlgbt owing l.. andus ;
By Ibopains '
florida and excellent for home uee. We offer an unusually line stock of young a nsult bit -nlM-rntile, Be also bsd was better than having bored If, mighty bard for' a fctrl .to'.** .f, _
L "'_. crown on new land-clay subsoil-on Mock from native peach *e These clean and vigorous trees with thrifty roots, trunks they being sn frequent In action that si. fler*. lost his job.-AtJall1a JournaL .
and tops, are the very best to be had, times be wa iMliml, to arise during tin' ss ,
?JOHN B. WELCH and have been propagated under OUfpersonal nlgbt Dosn's Kidney tills were onsllj Sanford girls who are In the habit of "
brought to b s ttentjuu ud lie procured 4
i s It the 'shortage :
Abolutcly *
supervision. ofjib potato crop ,
be..r The acted promptly' and before long chewing gum will find something of ,Interest _
L t-it ORANGE CITY, FLA : true I. ...... bis bsckaob bad ceased" and his kidney lath* following communication: proves aa !great a* report thai fur roelved *-'. '
.. De..bes;j..u.ry were trengtttoned
-.. -:. or Flame F.brw ry. _- _17. w. "Do yon know how many mile the jaw indicate, the shippers of early potatoes

:ANCY: AND STAPLI3GROCERIE3S kavJM a ___pie'. mtoOf .. A A. Thompson, .who. live at tbe of a gam-chawing! girt travel In the from Florida and ,other point*:

.oUM. p" 4 trait Born. still about nine mile west of course of a year t It has. just been figured should be prepared to nap-tb. benefit ,, _

i TOBACCO AND CWARSUOOD5 I ,_Nsb,,.ushf4.a"i Ckll?)W.YIS.I.r CaIaZ.t.S iS ______________ town, .was.. tried Saturday for hooting thus: Giving her jaw fair play of they may derive. It 1* an. 111 wind thai ,,, -J.l' ; ____
killing violation
ETC.r' .- or quail in of the '
SHOES HATS ETC-r game i Inch of travel foe MOb ... 80
DR an eh. .! blow no an. goooV and wb_'the old
: : :.... law, by .Judge Joseph Bell. H* plead "
._. MARY _
--- SAINT !guilty and was given the extreme limitof chews a minute, 60 mlnat. aa hour 10 potato are soara' at' the season when -1:;' ____ I

hid' Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and. all first COMPANY the law the sentence being that tbs boar a day 865 day In a yr, bar ,jaw the new ones make their' appearance IDT,:

r?;j 'VT' class Orocerleii. for your tabl. : 23. OIK IADIT MAKT. FtOMDA defendant pay a fine of $100 and costs will hav traveled 0.700,000 ineha. ot a the market the latter naturally ftttdgft ;Llargsr <_I
or In defeat of the payment of said no* fraction over 108 mile This .1 Is \
Connection for ''
irt.rjV Prodoc Bou ht. A M..t Market T..l'NoId.ndr-- a outlet.'. U U aald the potato CW*
Pfnt-ctau Z.
0. and coat to be coo ue4 In the with .
"." -..---. --- --' ... K__ Ku.--.. county girl a small month; the big mouthed -J** [' '
rsr.cs1v., careful Attention and deliver? 'prompt. Yon will. find my price :jail for a period ot sixty days' at hard girl will beat that .record."-sanfordI' 1* more than aO,000OQabn. 'I.' ) '
labor. "
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t1v. me a ea 'i.-\.
the cibrol \> .
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1'I'i ;, ..tqltf'J\ ti\lIi, i ," '1, .rd'1iLM ., fdf iuda o the Oinb.h Bee :S;4i1 the' different satea. wilt cast vatos.ln Ml Dk J1.1"; \\atactlQnj.'wai'-; ; to tbo Assoclatod

_ 1 ... .'. ",,". rt k, ; '-;.. ". :f,. '. ,1 "Yif" NlfsER"ArlLEmED. :' : .": .; .. T.Wt. '4yi a toralJty'' f6r. Taft>o-( .4.28th | !:'/, 'erl'hl4di' i) 'ptm;'Tu."laf. \vithbroad. ,- 'a

,;1;' ''' i'' l' ...' a1 'tasu; had"liM..' tfca.tuoney' tie rIsin G.: Alabama Fl'.)'j" ; ... :. ,} pl I ,
;k ",\\t :btutaUi,4Z Abtge. :; ; Of.e". '" : the'world' he ,oottld blMnsiii Arkansas .,. f ..."'*f..'.. .;I I [Maryland's ,elept6ral''TOtei .,1 J>* -'voraole.''Just 'say.thlt.. jveaytbln/19olls.'f.:

4 nfllJt.e.; 1f"pn: lir Anberica! luck" because.. 'lihere' 1I'aBn't more j. California... .. .. 1i <. .. dlvldadr Bryan getting yea jnd, Jaft \TM9 : andldM ''ndIafd( -that 1nUght '

: ; .cb ()i qr.; I.'ij, U lt' the. .Ne, ,! york mourns the"New York Proas. L I? York Missouri -and Maryland.DEMOCRATS Colorado ....u. d. .'- : .h 1 oqe. ', V t> t have-more 8aY ated ',;

Wrda. ) I foun in! their grow'Ji -. Connecticut I.... '.' J" "\ i S. f..'..'.., Wlth 10thlnl't hinder (the tormulai v Judge Taft at 9::10 'ollo,. ';:1\;
Delaware. .e't, ', 7; ; tlon of' the approaching Ing' telegram to 'Ffank: ,.Hitchcock'VI: \
''D1f> frMi
boasts. : "tbe .Christian ;Register Utright o WIN IN MIDDLE WESTWhile Georgia -.e ... -,.";k> *:j. i "I' "' which ,tha- new administration ssl9/, ;returns J fromj'all'i,.par s ot1s"q\ 1

7 : ) happier' would averagejpojrtattbr kind of' minister, going Into Idaho .. .<.,': '"i ;.". pledged toconvene, party.lenders .al', country, especially New. York,
I> rouses the }Jew, ToriJltyrltfcltah : Illinois . 0' 21. consideration wiSh to express niy,,gratitude youH''
his serious to't'
.e ; can make i* giving
: ; any kind of a place Indiana .t ,;> now for the work which..you, have doneffii
I the '"atrugglera" amoDg and Taft Majority They '. 13 '. plan to,'rush tariff revision thrOugh;at '
Minnesota Gave '
do "work. Indiana ,a ? >
inark" and ala : Iowa. earliest''possible and felicitate yon- #n ,the accuracy/!

>t near-rich lad! honest' work .to oorjcupy .. Elected Democratic Governora-Tremenduous Slump in Kansas . .10. 'Jj aJ the admitted on .all .sides th I'la.u wit which you fQrltold. the result in." '''f' '
'thfeW J minds and, hands; and I IItlia "Deu1'larlt4eclares/ the Cincinnati Kentucky of "In-:: a'clear sp-snd wonderful -!
's Few of the Eastern in certain 'l
_ Republican Vote Except in a Louisiana .. ty, will'prevail lnel political of tie situation. '
man 'Vr'bo gnaws his crust in the Post "ia a little tongue of. land banging States-Bryan His Home' State. Maine .. *, 6 ." dustry until the tariff revised knowledg H, TAr ..'I. '; ,

.lIark' had. food,'a home and a Job}"" out by Its eyebrows." The writer Crrie > 0 Maryland i. 8 0.. ,. James 'S.' //Snerman the republican' .
16 Fowler
... -_.,--- thereof is either of Celtic! origin or I a I I "'Massachusetts Representative Charles "cOm" vice presidential, candidate, ,
the 14 the
and Graves vote throughout of New Jersey chairman of rocel"C I
Parties and Candidates.
successfully with the. Bsti gen Michigan the election-returns at hls
To'> fight cOll graduate, and it's hard to, baa '
: IUf.
g 11 .and currency
Democratic. .. Bryan and Kern I stale- wad small. The independentRepOblican Minnesota . eo mittee on banking rounded.6y '*' company of relative*- '
_ .n.man: ..must have; dentine training,, tell which: .- '. Taft and Sherman party candidate, did not car a single Mississippi .:... lli announced that he would be a In candi' and friends.[ Mr.'Sherman said; "''ho :';
bouse oppo
; fOf"' 9ilng lessons.. doclares 18 date for speaker of the'
which' cells Independent .Hlsgen and Graves : ;
co nty. Missouri . JUr.. Fowler result of thenatona, | { election doe '
$ ; $.1 ?New York, .World.. ..Practicelu A strange complaint reaches the' Prohibitonist' '. Chann nnd"Watklns I Nine' democratic 'congroBsraen were Montana. .. . 3 ..t sition was to elected Joseph'Qr-Cannonu to represent the Fifth : not Burprlae me. for the last month")
. Debs and '
and the office of the AicbJson'Globe: "I have constitutional Nebraska . I as sure of republican sno-<
rivalry tho eighth I
,boxlntf leada to Populist i Watson and Williams elected In Alabama; proposed Nevada .. New Jersey district for the "' 'bave..ee The republican ;.,"
for .
U eyebrows," runs the letter In I amendment providing 4 successive time Tuesday, YlA X'al tonight '
Btep front,that to a prize fight no1ong perfect Hampshire' : : candidate "
New party
The honor within the gift the formation of new counties, Mot
one. It '1 preferable to murder a girl's letter,' "and the conversation of the American greatest people was bestowed the biennial sessions amendmentupon New Jersey ., .' 3 12* ... monster the women petition ot to be circulate,., : for stability, orderrconfidence; a con-'.. "

bo never runs on eyebrows 'when I am William Howard Ta when hol defeated tbe'good roads amendSII. New York . among tlnuanca of prosperitybased; upon a '
ever were .. '
; *
; ( North Carolina . : then submitted to- President-elect Tat continuance of protection and the gold >
around. I hate the town. North Dakota .. 4 .. is the immediate plan of the I. standard;' stood for the equality of ammen

Evidence-"Must" be overwhelming .... Ohio . . 23 ,; American Woman s Suffragist asa cla., and all Interest.'before the law:_ .

_ -agalust.a;' :' lawyer to result In disbar- Dancing,, as the world knows It, 1 1a la Oklahoma . .' 7' tlon. Announcement of this fact was ,Mr. Bryan'' and Bryanlsl attempted to', i

confesses the New York Oregon . .' made by the Rev. Anna Howard president class to stir 'upv-f i
'nient, asserts the New Haven JOllrnal..Tbe'gre paradox, ; 34 association "Mr. Taft array, against
of the
Pennsylvania to .voter-by
_3 t' aoal'clty of cases of disbarment Mall.' Nietzsche. placed it before all Rhode Island .. .. .. has often said he was willing the hater tlpllclty of minor" alleged a'mul.\, i;

la 'not' evidence of the purity. the arts. Yet It has Buffered degrada South' .' I women of America should have .the'.' to draw attenton' from,the tarl planhfcpf '
_ ;tf 'the much aa of Its Im lion beyond all other arts. It has South Dakota . 12. right of franchise if they desired their' platorm., -Mr.. cani.%. .
_______ : profession BO the Tennessee . ,. q' the president sad. "Now is the tmeto palgttwas dlgnlted.', atralghtorward.';?,:,
been made the vehicle of grossest
purity. :'Reform la In the hands ot the Texas . give him shl -manjy. He met every squarely/]

.. l local associations and tho Individual Indecency. 11 Utah . . . a.4 ... what he meant by- that statement.' justified by clearargument his raster
Vermont The republican party In New Yorkis his 'V
. acts 'and .xpecte'admlnlslraUt'
_ .; (, 'I lawyers. themselves.Tho i A Chicago boilermaker was flnod Virginia . .. .1 1. about to be plunged'into a second policies" The the'con'1; ;'
$10 for "implanting a rousing smack" Washington . . J I .. battle over the question of the successor fldence'In the altImnte-wisdom, of thq"
United States should have West Virginia of Thomas Collier Platt his fleclslon.1 ':'
E people's 7 *
of he'd brought ,
the girl .
__ upon lips a 13
__ baa developed
_ I March 3. It
both Wisconsin .
''Vessels, Available for defense ou . term expiring I Chairman Hltchcoch ot-Ihe' republl-t -
: home I from a picnic. The rousing Wyoming . . that nine candidates were ready. ,to met the ?
tho Atlantic and Pacific coasts, tablets : can national commtee. newoi"
smack Is permissible only In a secluded accept the senatorship. s ,, ,rooms ,
_ ft/ -thePittsburg Dispatch. But as toEthnologists Totals. . .. Chicago business men have resurn paper headquarters In- New York city n.;
quarter of the picnic grounds,
elect, Careful tonal
what constitutes the necessary Necessary to 24. ed the march to prosperiy. night, and made tbe following -.\
_ declares the Loulsvllla CourierJournal. estimates by .Chicago
.strength' on each coast there can bea A young man who makes a noise, The Sixty.Fira Cngre.. Association of Commerce Indicate themselves.statemneti-"Tha.There returns seems spealt'for !,
4' wide divergence oopmnion between WILLIAM Tarp JAMES S. SHERMAN. that more than 18,000 workers have
doubtful. states, The
like a bollermaker when be kisses a The republican In the two no'longer-,- any "i'-
,the "bI /navy" element and the torn- Ing to returns from all congressional found places for full work electoral- vote will show that my eatl- 't
girl.at home Is a bungler and shouldbe 1 ment carried. The normal democratic United States, control days since the election. These Same >
'mon sense' ot the country. The defensive'policy was elected president of the United districts In the 1. mat was < correct: It looks now, ,IUIt1
punished. States. I majority has been maintained. the next national house of represents men predicted that before January think if I must have underestmat;?
sets the standard to beeuch The republican ticket of Taft anJ Mr Bryan carried Arkansas by a tlves by a majority of 44. The ( urel 40,000 additional wage-earners woull ed it. a The returns have my' .

a force as will be able to defend books Sherman practically swept the cowl reduced majority as a result of a BO far received show the election ol be given employment.All expectattona. The plurality in IndK
How few of the summer spa- show falling heavy ncgro'vota throughout the state. and 172 democrats t again doubt to the election of John ThatIn -
coastsagainst fleet that aJBuropean try although results a 216 republicans a ana will be .than xpected.
the any dally provided la one ever tempted to All democratic congressmen were of 9. The ma has been swept by the -
_ off'of the republican vote of foui for the latter party Johnson away Illinois Is far;more ;than nntclpat
_ Power would be able to da- had elected. several districts are reported returns received. His majority over where.
taka up again after a hasty skimming!I years ago. Nevertheless tney jortlles In ed, and so it goes '> I
_ ,tach against us. Even the novel called popular, avers enough votes to place, practically al Oklahoma continued loyal to the as 'Bxtermely close and It la possible his republican opponent In the state has not quite tome up to the figures I ,
the so-called doubtful states on democratic party, but the majority that in a few Instances the official now promises to be twenty thousand. had expected;' other stale has '

ot them, say'that'"the the Christian Register, I Is out of date republican lido in the electoral col was reduced materially and Mr. Bry count may change the figures given Returns show that Taft has at least gone bayond.s Bore The l latest returns'from ;

_ 'some in three months, and the public appetite lege and place their candidate In the an's lead Is. estimated at only 25,- bolow. 85,000 majority over Bryan, and later (Maryland fa indicate that( we have ::
American physiognomy Ingradually white house. 000. The five members of congress, A radical change In Indiana's rep returns may show 100,000. Roosevelt carried that state by'about 7.000 to

: Assimilating to thatof, the; battens on the volumes that pour\ Wilam Jennings Bryan, the peer tour democrats and one republican, I resentatton In the national house ol had 176,000 four years ago and that Is more than I belief- i

aboriginal Indian that 'a copper continuously from the press, and are for t the third time failed, were re-elected. The legislature the is representatives was one of the most Interest in the result of the election 10.001 would give. I predicted early .,- I

_ often but a rehash of old plots and to realize the ambition of himself and two-thirds democratc. Insuring striking features of the election. The ( in Manila was great. The Philippines that Governor Hughes would foe elect.
ekln high cheekbones and coarsa the but be welidown election of Senator complete give the the election of .
_ situations, If they are not spiced with democratic parly unofficial returns, are wild over ed. "To Mr. HuBhea jyisv owe mucb. ?
J jack: hair will be the eventual characterHtlcs : In glory after one of the most Thomas P. Gore.Bryan's Is democratic party eleven members and Taft and a prospective change In thc As a campaigner he fiaafhelped won '
L of the new 'world CaucaBlan. something worse. brilliant and cleanest campaigns majority In of Parker four the republicans two. This Is a gale administration has already arousedthe derfully in thel natiorfartontest. All.
ever waged before tbe American poo.. about equal to- that of 'seven members for the democrats, agitators to Immediate indepen of us here At headquarters were great.ly
j : .'as they are now of all inhabit The marked Increase In the pricesof pie.The years'ago, something over la 28,000.elected The by the former representation being nine dence. Practically complete election. Interested1 the fight.

i.ants of the Western Hemisphere soutliof commodities since 1890, and especially great fight of the campaign WB r r democratic state to 25000.ticket The congressional republicans and four democratic men returns were published In all Manila earned his victory and.we are glad
from 20,000
Some of for made In New York state and Taft and bers. papers for him and grateful toMm for tha!.
Rio our unchanged,,
the remains
Grande. during the past decade is Sherman won It .by about 200,000 plu delegation democrats and The following table shows the num. When. William Howard Taft goes Into help he ha given us.'' When Mr. +.'
elgu critics fancy they detect an IndIan shown In the reports on prices issued rallty. President Roosevelt's plurality as to complexion, eight her of representatives elected from al the white house on March 4 next be Hitchcock was Isked"wHat he at. -

origin in what they are pleased. by the Bureau of Labor. Bulletin No, was 173,000 In New York four yean I two Practically republicans.no change Is made In the states: will probably have the following cabinet trlbuted the the national
weakness tot ago. Massachusetts and New Jersey: Dem. Rep of state, Ellhu Rootof ticket -to he replied: "The people
to call the American of the pAtto'nal houseof : Secretary
cost the
65 of that bureau shows that the complexion
also gave Mr. Taft larger pluralities Alabama . 9 Is not for me to
New York: secretary of the treasury have explained it. It
ti 'big talk,!'- the alleged national boastfulness of the staple articles.of food throughout than was received by the president representatives-Unlled States; senate retainsIts Arkansas . 7 George Von L. Meyer of Mass say anything more except to thankthe > 1-I
_ The
_ $ \ observes the New York Mall the United States was higher In Mr. Taft carried New Yr-'t city b> present republican majority.For California . 8 cbusetts; secretary of war Luke E. people .
about 11,000 plurality this being Jlhc 3 ,
Colorado of Tennessee secretary ot ---- -- -
Its'aenesla in the terrifying York Charles Wright :
They see 1905 than In since 1890, and governor New I
any year first time the has its votes
city given
Connecticut I IIY
elected over Mr. Chan . I the navy William Loeb, Jr., of New ,
F. Hughes was
declaration of-the brave, about to setout the of has been to a republlcaji-rresfdentlal candidate, .
course prices Delaware .
., York secretary of the interior, James
_ ler about 78,000 plurality. ;
since ISWwhtm McKinley bad a by . 3 I IIAI
on the warpath that he Is a'man steadily upward since 1896. These The vote in Greater New York for Florida 11 R. Garfield of Ohio: attorney general

., be' f man utterly to \vlpeou .oftood Mr. Chanler was deeply disappointing Georgia . Frank B. Kellogg of Minnesota; post.
to ar d..i\ .
show that the ballot which 1
/ figures .cost Ohio had an Immense vote Idaho . . . master general F. H. Hitchcock of
his friends while the healthy
to ,
,, ; .the Ignoble enemy., (the several arUcle.' being weighted made the vote from this state slow Incoming for Mr. Taft, especially In the borough Illinois . .' 6 19 Massachusetts: secretary of agriculture
In but Mr. Taft'a le 1 2
plurality 11
according'to family consumption) waa7.'l of Brooklyn, completely eclipsed Indiana . James Wilson of Iowa: secre
; Count VOn Zeppelin.",the German cent higher In 1905 than I close to 75,000 votes. tho most sanguine hopes of the repub Iowa. . . 1 10 tary of commerce and labor, Oscar S.
per Iowa, which gave Mr. Roosevelt Kansas . > Straus of New York Fred W Carpen.
.JbJebilTra licans. Governor Hughes :
_ scientist probably _
,, 158,000 plurality in 1904 dropped 8 8
In 1896. .
Kentucky will be the
% and. heavily up the state, but not so deeply tar of California, private
navigation;: '
atr9u.-fteHal\ down to about 40,000 for Mr. Taft as to Imperil his once the Louisiana . t secretary to the president.
electon. 1'lftir
., 'A" ''who.has spent a large part ot his lifetime One of the greatest publishers in Some of the figures relating drift In his favor Bronx Maine . . 4 Charles C. Duble, a locksmith of

;';. ,<1'' la experimentation. declares tIn America requested the New York republican slump In certain states regarded had begun to make Itself felt. I Maryland .. 3 8 11 3 New Orleans sent to PresidentelectTaft
arc ..
.. ,. '' as certainly republican, for that Massachusetts him
had been predicted days telegram congratulating
has announced his conviction Journal to for his firm a book 12 a
'Argonaut prepare little short of amazing. Pennsylvania's county. New York Including the very Michigan . upon his victory and reminding him
'\.f!! that the air la navigable only for, to.be entitled."How to Read.:" He Immense plurality of over 500,000 four heavy vote of Buffalo, might be takenas Minnesota '. 1 8 that when they attended school together

c i':1 '"'bodies ofgreat size and ,that tho.ji said: "We publish some of the great years ago has been cut In two. Illinois an Index to the drift throughoutthe Missouri . 7 6 as boys In Cincinnati young

_ which gave Mr. Roosevelt 805. country. This proved to be the Mississippi '. 8 Taft had whipped him In "a square
dirigible balloon of the est books that are written. Our catalogue Mr. Taft 1
poer-drlven. 000 plurality In 1904, gave Montana .
I case, so far as the national ticket was stand.up fight." Last night Duble was
.r.l: 4" ,future will.be a machine of vast mug) ] contains the tltlea of worka full about 170,000 plurality. Concerned, Mr. Taft having a plurality Nebraska . I 1 overjoyed when he received a telegram .

'iot nitude. Octave tihanute a leading of; knowledge that every prosperous The republican plurality fell off of something more than 4,000 Nevada . .. Taft" which
signedV. 1.
heavily In the middle west. a matter New Hampshire 2 U
t votes Erie county surprisingly however . congratulationsand '
authority on aviation in America 1'I'e-' man buys and puts on his shelf and thoroughly surprising to the republi New .. 3 7
gave Chanter a plurality of more Jersey his reminder of an incident, of .
Jt:>' diets that,'as the experimental stage that almost nobody reads: We bring cans, and several democratic governors than 3,000. The opponents of Governor New York. . 11 26 their boyhood days. I- i
_ t were elected In these states that claim North! Carolina .. .. . 7 3 UIIltI
the world may out books the Information Hughes were quick! to a !
been passed, "The Taft landslide pulled Hughes
: i" has now
gave their presidential vote to Mr. sweeping victory, but returns fromtho North Dakota 2
/ i in:the very near future to sell tbat 'would mean human progress it Taft. Bryan carried NebraBka.his ,, Ohio 1 12 through," was the explanation of
prepare I counties and duos -
II. other large . Charles F. ''Murphy. Tammany hall GOY Johnson, of Minnesota ;
but hediffers'from only humanity could absorb it. Tbeso state by a small plurality, Oklahoma 2 8 -
il genuine ,aerial warships; soon changed the complexion of the . leader of the failure of the democrat.Ic .
: Florida gave a democratic plurality completely. Oregon . . 1 Charles Murpbyv leader of Tammany .
Von Zeppelin In believing hooks fall atlll-born.\ and we must returns candidate to win the contest for
;,"J!, \, of about 20,000.In Hlsgen, the Independent party candidate Pennsylvania . 5 Hall, In a statement, made oaTuesday :
1' F.that the aeroplane will bu the practical rely on the trashy,? easily-devoured Mississippi Mr. Bryan's plural)' received about 28,000 votes in Rhode Island . : governor. "The election, "and Is over, starting con.. night said;' : "I confess very .
tinned Mr. Murphy we are of .
:; machine, 'and "not"'the "gaibagTheaoIr.hlg novel to pay tha expense of publishing Is about 60,000. All eight Greater New York. South Carolina . 7 the next In the great dIsappointment' 'the result .I
,.i. South Dakota . 2 carry city tal election with regard' to both Mr.
....... ,, he believes. will .be .the book'wprtb. while." nominees for congress were elected. Joseph G. Cannon has been reelected election" Asked regarding report the Indication \
:. 8 2
Louisiana gave a democratic plurality to congress from Illinois by a majority Tennessee . Bryan and Mr. Chanler. Every
ed movement to him from lead. '
: ; 'under'perfect control, and their automatic of about 40,000. All seven democratic of between 6.000 and 7000. Texas . 16 repose before the election convince

: mechanical appliances will render The steady decrease' In baby mortality nominees for congress were Notwithstanding the 'meagerness ot Utah . ... 1 piled ership"Yes the there's Tammany'always chieftain been sucha to- me that Bryan would prove a much .. 1..

: Bate. They will undoubtedly due to the energy elected. the early returns from Ohio they Vermont . 2 : more popular candidate than be seem #
x them practically! and efflclen'cy. :with which Infant There was a shrinkage In the democratic seemed to give a fair Indication of tbe Virginia . .. 9 1 movement-among a few. to have -been when Judged by the voto ;

_ ,f' be ,utilized for, sport for reconnais vote in Virginia Mr. Bryan's result, although positive statements of Washington . I With Bryan apparently'removed asa at the polls. Governor Hughes can
,,t"t.taance': ; In'war'and for exploration.The : butchery baa been fought by the plurality being 20,000 votes. Slemp, pluralities were impossible. All sec. West Virginia ,. .. .. o. presidential factor. Governor.John.. find butte comfort and no
.. . 1 10 son of Minnesota Is the logical candidate the 1
'ii' Health Department. Selling poisoned republican defeated Byars democrat of the state. both city and coun Wisconsin ment policies In
tons ,
,, +', warning of Dr. Savary ot food and diseased milk Is no longer for congress from the ninth district.All Included In the first returns Wyoming 0 . -1 for president leaders In 1912 accordingto There can be no question endorBeI'
) In that state. The .
; other democratic candidates were and the same ratio continued would the same .elements In
Paris .against lud en' "rising will safe in New !York, avers The. Amerr elected. give a plurality for Judge Taft for Total . .'U72 216 victory of Governor Johnson will any other year than that of

J y;.. strike" sympathetic'chord In. every Ican. The Ignoranee of many parents Both state and national democratic president In hla home state. Cleve. Majority necessary for legislative make him a potent factor In the next dental campaign,.and with

; .I *, But la there not common has been replaced by intelligent understanding tickets In Texas were elected by tbe land Cincinnati, Toledo and Daytonare control: 196. ______ campaign; normal, he-would have ,
j<'; \ 'sluggard. usual democratic 'luraly. Included In the first reports, and Where Party Chiefs Election Republicans In Washington believe burled under an adverse vote
,' ''aensa. In bis statement thatrthe stren- of how to take care of Kentucky went ) Mr. Bryan In all the Taft vote was very heav Returns.With Her. ,that Senator Foraker's name wl not least 10.00"

ct./; 'uoiis business man who bolt out of children. Both Improvements are by about 13,000 votes- nine and Taft received slightly more their. eyes trained on New figure .Ill the re-election of successor Clark Howell national bsenj"\

; Sl-l bis 'bathtub the moment he due to- \.;' ;; bed-to Health Board and the elected; a republican loss of two seats to fifty thousand while Harris; republican'candidate parties received the election returns the latest name to be sprung Is that ed the election of Taft early :i
opens hid eyes renders himself liableinumberof physicians -thll ,is the state of the election In for governor. was at the fololwlng points: ot Charlea P. Taft.' ''he' brother of thenextpreeident night. Mr. Howell gave the

1 ) t4' a ailments! ?" Among working- with It have labored throughthe Kentucky at the close of a day which defeated by Harmon, democrat, by President Roosevelt In the white ,. and the, man who ed Press the following t ,

''Bavary' Include l .hot weather. Most. of the infant was marked. by the polling of the over 15,000. house st Washington.Mr. financed the campaign leading up to Is a landslide for Taft.;Mr. Bryan P/f/ .:
: 41\ r:thesa/jillinents-Dr.1/ .. In the of the state. In the face of unofficial returns Taft :1.
i; : mortality In the tenements largest vote history Bryan on his farm at.Fair view, the nomination. This report, however made a wonderful campaign! but '
1i madnes.;..;!' c ,.! e 11; oy !.. simply In the fifth distric(Louisville) Taft mrrled Maryland by but 136 votes. Nebraska. does not take into account Representative coaldnot overcome the prevlUng idea j.'
'I- -Hvhich.alienists may qulbbteT Sudaen "as-been infant murder and putting was plurality of 478. Neither side Is content with these figures Mr. Taft at the home- of his brother Theodore Burton, ,who lathe that business conditions would be aaversely ; 1

Is fire is an end to It Is exactly as Important as with one precinct missing. Sufficientreturns and the official count must be in Cincinnati. best all-round equipped man In affected: by republican dofoOt ; 1.
.:.,;A' ; yrlalnSAWhen:::, the.house 'on stopping other have been received to Jndi- awaited. Baltimore city voted: Taft Mr. at the Independence the Buckeye state for the senatorshlp It la. now up. to the republicans w ;
any .aort ot human
1-\\:: "Jcredlted-'wlth: the,cure of rheumatism ,. cate with certainty the election ofdemocrata G0.882; Bryan. 49,952. New Shear and one whose services. entitle him make good their pledge toi restore
*,/ ) These eleven districts, except the with a plurality estimated at 75.)00 .- Notice has been In the cotton attribute their success mare ,
lad.Mr. posted must t
';:;j- t jiave spoken on such occasion : iiai i and eleventh. and Governor repub.Ican Haute a
ninth is
: It Is aft, cry from eI Tower 'D"ldson. .- Ilisgen at Springfield Mass> mills of the James Chadwick & Broth. than anything else: Mr. Taft }
J r''";"j'excsp&one' ; no doubt' .merelprove the to: the MetropolitanBulldtng' and the In Georgia, Mr. Bryan's pluralitywill ,. was reelected plu Mr. Shorman at his home In Ithaca., Ir company, limited of Jersey, CityK ,-- big. breads-patriotic American hs \'
be about 30,000 votes. Mr. Taft close to Taft's. Republicans ,
if:, i.lle,' says the New York World.. TheV"fsnaiu'proposition'seams rally ff. ,Y.Mr. J., that the mills would resume operations will be fair and Just to the south. AJ I
publle faith or imagination; will probably carried 27 counties. 'Thomas E.' Watson lave elected nine out of eleven congressmen time schedule Bryan b$5.'J:
full safelyfor
sound that Preston In jail at Carson City, on a to Georgia, It .
carried nine "counties. The His- t. .
have to- suitor: many disappoint. : "
Nevada. about 20,000 :
;jh a:I sudden iaa'hing o'f tha"faculties maority.
;'" L.j.-.il'.i'.i. Dents before wireless telephonic com. Early from a of -republican state headquarters In Monday. %
reports majority
'Some of.
j moment of wak- Election Election Claims
____ y f'r."IIf ,,activity I AIot.the ; munlcatlon can 'be established. be. POltcript. tho eastern and western states staled disorder.In St. .Luis.. .',Mo.Qurkhardt. there, was a republican some. Greensboro, ; inkiby' means of physical effort: and a tw'e James S. Sherman republican Can: that practically of the entire vote Bryan's majority In North Carolina .
_ .. .. L these two stations. Wireless hal Judge of election 11' beaten' In zle.-PreaI4ent Roosevelt. '
,.. "!>coNI ';J bhtn'/'fS'iponduelTe'tO'' the 4-,,ery .telephony has not advanced with the lldate for vice president accompan- had- been' caat : ., f 1 fight .at the polls*" A&score'of arrests Is; less than 20.000. This Is based on "I can't anyinore .than Mi'. ,
_ led his three to the election say '
by sons, went than ,
vblcn'.arvrsought to be returns received from not more '
,./eviiy; sults I. 'or the "success : Consternation was created In were made for various olrenseland has said. He claims thre
speed of aerial telegraphy booth, at Ulica N. Y., at 10 a. m repub 'of the counties In which .' Hitchcock .
1,.l" "avoiiled: ,jTh&"disppsltlon<
'1 ieilpiji\(, ',- ol.'uc.., Gsrk'back!, ; ;; ,to. the far being: thanLchlevebfttw.een! the was behind and was the followed curtain about by his six throe seconds arrest for of alleged sixteen bribery prominent republicans dams legislature., democratlo nomlne for the crate are claiming a majority of Demo about Votes conservative.,, I think" thaCrlt.lchcoc:. r, 1'.r 1',

,. nHtiiralIrttlncta1 as safe guides is one J piff military station and a point OD..tli sons, Sberrlll, Richard and Tom. Mr. T The revelry of the eletcion nigh William Howard Taft did not arrive 10,000.of three Official returns show the election .VOur\ ih' Is. wop.We'yaO ,

:;:'' [; ,f' progresstTh. ffocCor'i"'of. a for'me'tf"day.whocupped "a: .distance' :'oSOI( kilometres:, 'The that at least four straight republican. point of great magnitude. Shop keep Bight a.: m.: Tuesday vote -a'q more than 1.60Q majority; John O. "Oh, I .will my' desk There da i
_ I I. 4Od"et.i votes had been cast dropped a, handful ers .along Broadway were : 'stated o'clock Wednesda-y- .
ietthedV-purged enthusiasm pptlmUm'of f Inventors it noon. He that be. was Inline Grant,- In' tenth district, by S59; and mornlnl ,
.! \ of cigars on the table and. depart. however against dlstructlon by bay.. health.Mrs..r Taft accompaniedDim rohvi .M. Morehead, l In' fifth' district by lot-of.lo.t tlm.'t.b.Pla".u.
_ !ed A 'tatientsf'would wlewiwithbdVot : have however, think tho"N;, w York ed. Inj their windows\ boarded., on the last day ot the campaign.Considerable' I ':?. .V- Candidate_ Hlsgen. '. 1 .

enlightened jpraetjce1..Follow.. Herald, often worked wonders. and It The betting campaign In New- York The national political headquarters ,,4, \ '; I; I ( "' C
amacowiofli. pi.'Jn' )_tl1otc! "iD ti iinay' be that .radio-telephony' city wound UP''like a whirlwind and of the' and democratic par Indignation .was e;-I ,W. J.*Bryan, the deteste4'bandiat. -(' _l'u. 11 t.rJ', \. ".!

"- messages It la that was ties In New"York were deaere pr.sle by republicans and Independent d Of the demoratc'pary for pres- r. c \
A Injs the eBreasnirreHancpi'drugs| come day will be no''more uacornmoj'vefair1yl placed esUm.tec .Out t00.0 only the early?part of day In Bltlore.Md., ;'over the ao- dent,.sent.tfra followng! 'teles.n'of) I > :. .E.I r" rf,'.*-n..f.S' to f .-.J-\

,? as sovereign.'remedleaattention; Is ', 'long'distances) than those" onetourth.ot.,: the, amount generally; forces being' at" their. homes casting : llo'n of State"Attorney.Ow In author- congratulation to Prsldent-lec\Taft'.. ..W.V '>lo\,:ben> !. :!

being paid \o fhe*l correction o'erors- transmitted" by ,wireless'telegraphy., puts, up. on ,the presidential election. their ballots ring,at. the'UcltaUoQ: tot Democrato -: "Honorable Ilf.-. preldenoo.eveJ ".: -
Moat of the,.wagers were at even mono The f voting in New, York started] nati. -Os ". Please acceptongralula : mor1JJL1'I.Hitcooelg .
_ """;,\\. lilt' byg0Ue:" :IDleil: .on( : starvation. French"' engineers' l are. aa described,, In eyv on, the ''result, of. tba, New-" York with the dawn of day. Stx a: m. fodnd City Chairman Reev.s,,the ,appolnt-' Lions,;and'best'wishes.for the successDfjyou i ,"HI caq'.t.his. usIet.H$ hre";

'\ Hues .i', don. siway'jjiriti! :h;)' Even the ;: peelat,jl4b1e..41 patebjJi:the, .w, hate election! I the:! polls ready for work and by. noon-. neat of five hundred watchers' evta ; amlnlat.Uon. &*&.*.$$. ''- f : c1 rl"
ttob of GOld "wwiir;,ls i :Bunder1BUS*' 'fork.Herald." om.what 'sceptical 'ofthai Governor, Hughes ot Ne"'York 'fot:,a. heavyvote )ad'' been' cast -* .*. '.pola') eprt vIOlat .o th. :'ie, ?i president-elect WII'nCH"Tai': :.'.1 .thlnH Ind .,"Wett"ew'.leotor;:

iklon.. Itt tbl" -dlreU nspf tli.ID" .' glowing achievements so 1&1111111' ed, early, going to the polls at 1 a. .John D.JRockefeller'' 'a!Zan early crrupt practices! :J Jaw,-swlth .thai t! '>.| receipt of the, .e6nserratlve." : ??! < ::.
He confidence In the result York''.city, drove to 0'F, fraa'tV of illations .t his .home from : :
expressed ll'.Ne" causing .Wlllanv .
j voe $ 1
recognition .
Itt). MX* ,P romla4d sit' this stage of .th*:'axpvari-: ..the ..election'He I left on'aa early : .. stood in line with 41.iflBParker ;ehomva. denounced oeh. tintlrfldtIpaasd .Jennings Bryan; sent ;the /lohiowiagow. \ ;"Ou,fight. .on.We' :,Kt f i.-. "

d.tffr. ..,. hM ntentJthought; :'there'..- /'dcabt tri for Albany"and 'rece ed the '!fl democratic,. nomine at .. q I to H1 ,. defated ,r "' bat "aDcU.. t.tanh, Uw ,,1

.. ... *o.r4 art* laerMiftBg '"latas! ... HM- 0' at tnl'ax.* .mantion.-" ', ''orpresident.In11804; f end IOcttl1 .at. s I*oaoaw. William 3, Brjln f'W I "QI. ., d'U
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''i+t++t'. *+*+**+*+. +++++++++++++H+++" . "4 II"I'/ and Close/ of- Mills// at DtLand.ARRIVB. -- !' S'S

School books at Fisher's. Next week-Wade
the tuner.
: Cattle are frequently out every night DeLand friends will regret to learn of y
h;a From North>> ....... The oranges are moving Fresh garden seed for fall
rapidly to the at
4R7R ,. s': :; 1:33 and8:20p.M' market planting destroying the lawns and gardens of the the death of Mr. Beth H.Moseley,which

a r o 1908 Night MaYTcNorUi'and( ;; yunW'1..7:80""'8:49;: 1: >at M... from DeLand. .Fisher'sYon olty. They ruined Nnckals garden the occurred at his New D.veriConn..,, i'

101 Department Store "*.. Mrs. W. A. Allen returned from her can get trespass notices printedon other night, after all the expense he had home on the 4th inst. Mr Moseley was

SB Going"b North ......'."........ *-i'iU) lr. H,. Jacksonville visit Wednesday. cloth at this office. gone to to get It under way for a nice eighty-odd years of age.., Be had spent

Inv:, For Orsouthqlly Ind 11:40...ast Ootut 10 h0 i a.,. For pure drugs and prompt service go The Studio Shop, Misses Reeve & little revenue for him this winter. the past fifty winters in Florid with a

NIghE Mail (North and South/:: ". ....9 P. M. to Allen's Drug Store postoffloe block. Howard has an electro sign. These cattle have also nearly rained few exceptions. The past ten years he .

woh0t Everything to Wear, to Eat, to Use. Of Matrainslta010,9. 8mlnute before departunLOCAL I Be sure and come M the ballad con Fashionable dress making. Address some of the tlne lawns and flower yards and Mrs. Moseley were among the first

cert Saturday night at the Auditorium. or call at 45 E Kioh avenue. about town. The city authorities every winter to register at The College r
..tYou should take this matter up and try to Arms, remaining here daring the entire
Get the best meat for your home. It Watch and clock repairing at Allen's '
prevent the cattle from running at In his death DeLand has lost a
Onpaey SYNOPSIS. can always be had at the Marsh Market. Jewelry Store poetoffioe block. season.
large. They are ont about every night. good friend, for through his good words S
, All text books used In the public Lame congregations are now sure at Fix a heavy penalty upon those who about DeLand he has been the means of
Thompson Bros.
l lnut schools can be had at Fi ber's, the DeLand churches
DeLand. Sabbath.
IIl I HE IMPORTANT NEWS: ITEMS Of every permit their cattle ont on the streets, many tourists spending'"'the .winters
, Get ready for the country costume Wanted to exchange a work horse for day or night./ I here ;rAT
THE PAST WEEK. dance at the Putnam Thanksgiving small pony. Mr. Frew, Record office. I ,r

efts"ved \UNION-MADE Local ana night/ The Putnam Inn Is being thoroughly .,.,1ft'\.\' ,
Shoes for Honletr I tmtam for the
. MenA PaperHrluf Mention or VotSmn Fcoplc'l> ae Choice Western and Florida beef, overhauled for the coming winter sea

vadrhos A by oar Reporter. pork mutton, sunsage etc., at the son. .

00Sntk' Shoe for Style Merit Marsh Market. The DeLand people are arranging ,
Wade the Inner, Orlando. The hunters are getting lots of qnall.) plenty ot amusements for the tourists -
aa There are plenty of them found In the this winter.
and Wear yon seen the shooting stars
anupd woods this season. :
Or. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.The Judge Henry Titus Is In the-oltv from. 17 N. BOULEVARD :
on. There is no other country on earl Daytona attending. the session ot Circuit :
students still come to attend Stet. that can produce such Due weather Court. '
$3.50 to' $5.00 son, have had this week. WANTED-To build a house In ex I, A fine line of School Stationery and Corre- :
co' All kinds I.
'Uher's.. of fresh garden seed at Cemt'nt sidewalks at popular pricesFor change for. town lot. M. W. FREW spondence Stationery at reasonable prices. .

the next sixty days 19 cents and up. care Record. I
Boxes Sheets and Envelopes I.
For trusses go to Allen's Drag Store, O. B. Webster. Phone 197. The circuit court will probably hold containing 50 50 I
Gunmetal, Patent Leather lostofflce block. Mr. Heyward Paxton has moved downto over until next week to dispose of the of Fine Fabric Paper, 35C.

Mr. Brill has an attractive holiday ad. West Palm Beach where be Is to engage murder oases.
ilk ,
1. Mid; ; Kid and Tan elsewhere In The Record. In the trucking business I Miss Louise Tanner was in charge of Souvenir Postal Cards of DeLand !"

For sale by E. H. Hayward beautiful The session of the circuit court Dreka's millinery department during Just and
Recelved.-Some pretty useful Night Lamps
let I N trees for home adornment Drought quite a number of county people the absence of Miss Schlll. "

vee. s Phone 68 for the choicest cuts of beef to DeLand during the present week The foot ball game billed to take Glass an$ Brass. Candlestick, Red,. fink and Green I

Pumps Oxfords and Boots mutton and pork. Marsh Bros. Mr. Henry J, Wltm hurst returnedthe place tomorrow between Stetson and Candle Shades. and Fasteners. Prettily Decorated ,
Both Messrs. J. A. Allen and Sam latter part of the week from a vaoa- Soiling has been called oft! Glass Salad Dishes, 35c. Also, Bead Chains, White /:

(; (cordon have liandsoma, new antes. lon spent in the mountains of :forth The Eyles home on north Boulevards

Mr. V. M. Fountain made a business Carolina reojlvlnit a new dress of paint, also Silk Fans and Artistic Hatpins. 'l

THE trip to Jacksonville the Bret ol the week Messrs. Mace & Co.: have purchased the: home of Dr. A. S. Mnnson. Now In Stock.-The finest line of Japanese China ever displayed 1 I

II.. a CROSS SHOE Mayor True and Mr Frank S. Taylorwere he crop of oranges from the J. E. Alex Circuit Court Judge Jones yesterday in DeLand. Prices moderate. ;
cif.o In towo from Orange City Toes- ander groves out at Lake Minnemlssett, appointed County Judge J. Lee MoIrory -f.

..oe some six or eight thousand boxes general master In chancery. __...__......___..._'_...._...__n_._._.____._..."..........._....tI1t ,
FOR day.Don't forget the country costume Mr. George: Turner was a Barberville The grand ;jury adjourns thjg tuorn l JSrtlt to tbat be will bare- a '
6i i sag t
WOMENStaple dance at the Putnam Thanksgiving visitor to DeLand Saturday. Be said log, having returned several true bills

nl ht. that the orange growers in his section for murder They are all negroes. i Better and> :Xnroer! assortment of Cbriatj .;

Y have begun shipping a fine crop of fruit. For Sale, For Rent Furnished Rooms
bULt Mr. Cyril Hoppersett who is attend- j mas tlogs ano Ottt t Oooos tban ever before..I i
..4I' tog a college In Pennsylvania at home We have seen account sales for lot printed In large letters on heavy cardboard I_ __ __ _ : :
on a vacation.Col. grapefruIt; sold by Gerrish Bros Boston can be bad at The Record office,

received this week, that netted for Sheriff Ed n
Smith received the
highest 0
Frank o
W Pope, of Jacksonville\ ,
and Fancy Groceries III i in attendance at the session of the the grower 93,70 here. San Mateo Item. vote polled at toe election last week,

'1 i ir4 remit ooarl. Mr :[. W. Coleman arrlyed from lexington betnif little less than .a thousand votes.

Always the Best You are not reading The Recor4 If Ky., the first of the week, Mrs Pure, fresh garden seed can be had at fops Dolls Barnes 1Ro1eltiesI f }i
Coleman will probably not be down this G. W. Fisher's, DeLand. Orders from ,
you fail to read every week what Its ad I \ i
r [Polite Attention Quick ; ertlsers are riving yon. winter, as the son Is In school at Lex- I any section of the county filled promptly. largest Stock ant> Xowest prices .i

o1'M Ington. ......
Mr. and Mrs. O. T Haynea entertain.ed I Some local matter reached this office "" "

4IA : number of friends Tuesday with a Havens the well man, biv ;just com : too late for this week. Remember, we PYBOORAPHT OUTFITS! AND MATERIALS: LEATHER

t Deliver.t dance at the new Haynes hall. pleted a deep rock well, 218 feet deep, ,close our local page ou Thursday after GOODS PICTURE FRAMES AND JAPANESE CHINA.

j" A. DREKA & CO. : :: : I Itusville Judge Minor Tuesday S. Jones morning came to up open from the for and Mr obtained Claude as Gatlbreath pure and as at Beresford flue wateras I. noons.The markets North are opening up Exclusive, sale of Beautiful Water Color

ever came from a Florida well. line for the with Paintings and Tropical Scenes.
all term of Volnala circuit court. orange growers, good
o. . . M M 4MM Mt +.+ + *+F++f4N4NN. Another cool spell struck this section Mr. D E Miner arrived from the prices promised through the entire shipping ,

the first of the week. Just what Is North last'Tuesday. His family came eeasou.

needed to put the color on the orange. several weeks ago./ He Is In charge every Mr. Thomas E. Eccles, who is In business REEVE & HOWARD IDeianbt> Store of

KILLER season of The College Arms /golf at New !Smyrna: is spending the
A GERM Wantpd-T-A spring wag'n.
good strong
.links, one of the finest In the state week hers with his family and is one of -
Must be reasonable and in good
It has been Proved that condition. Address X, Record office. I Mrs. K. H Abbott returned Tuesday the ;jurors before the circuit court. .Jtf: i

from Dutton Fla,, to which place she Mr. W C. Cannons is advertising his
',1 Is the greatest Germicide The recital at the university to.night .
i organ I was called some two weeks ago: by the Sea breezs livery business for sale He
lormaldehyde Deodorant known to Science.But will begin promptly at 8 o'clock. Illness of her sister, Mrs C R. O'Caln wishes to dispose of it to give more of (Consider these;
Admission is free and all welcome.
it is not generally known that Formaldehyde gas; can be are whose sad death occurred at Dutton last his attention to his DeLand business. I Ii

., produced perpetually without some irritating'; consequences.. Scotch, English, Irish, Negro, American Sunday. The patrons ot Henry Carson watch i
.! Thja! error can be disproved by trial of the Purox: Disinfector. I and Spanish ballads Saturday night A meeting of the trustees of John H.I maker, will find him at his home, 60 No. apa-Six-room honse located, surrounded by large, bearIng -
/ orange trees; near large lake,
,I II FOR SALE BY at j the Auditorium. Come and bring the I Stetson University has been called for East New York Avenue, DeI and, Fla with good boating and fishing ...... ....$1,2lU($ (
children, be 83rd inst. for the purpose of filling 1O234tMr !
DE FLORIDA (No. 339: -Honae with five rooms and bath with piece
R. D. MCDONALD Mrs. William Booth has purchased the vacancies on the board occasioned by the Moreman who owns groves In of land over 800 feet square, not far from rtrtft

ten-acre Tillls orange grove, consideron *- death of Trustees H. A. DeLand JohnT. many sections of the orange belt, was in public school... ...... .. .. .... ... ........$$2,
$3,000. The deal was closed by Mr. Clake. DeLand Wednesday. He says he has

-- nckals.Misa The DeLand democrats who were been fighting the wbitefly for twenty. CITY LOTS. i,
= :;; = = = .
t - Grace Sohlll In charge of the planning before the election to capture years We offer desirable. Building Lots in every part of

j millinery department at G, A. Dreka & the DeLand postofBce have decided not Mr. Byron Eooles and bride arrived the city and at all prioes. There will never be any bet

WATTS o.'s, returned from the North the Brat to disturb the present Incumbent How- home Monday and he baa resumed his ter time than the present to buy a lot. ,
of the week. ever, Mr Woodall says he baa not given duties at the Fisher drug store. Theygo

I The oranges have begun to move fromthis np hope and will try again four years to housekeeping in one of tbe Bielby CELERY AND GARDEN LAND.

HARDWARE MAN place in carload lots. The busy hence. new cottages on west Rich avenue. There are no richer or better lands anywhere than .'

THE shipping will not be on, however, Misses Howard P. Stewart and Chas. The Circuit Court Is engaged in the those on the Dead River tract, near Highland Park.
....--............--.....-.......-.....-.................................. ;for a week season or so yet. Campbell have leased the store recently trial of the case of Mrs. Margaret Dicknsou We are offering this land at present for $40 per acre.

If you wish to reach the people of De- vacated by J. A. Erickson St Co. for a vs. J. M. Dickinson in which Mrs The price will go up before spring.bout .

I will shortly move into new quarters, next to Land and Volnsia county, with yourholiday pool and billiard room. We understand Dickinson anes her dlvored husband,
also that the Barnett Pool business will InvolvIng the payment of a store ac
In the advertising
location where I will have ample room get 11'71 "Real Estate
my present move into the store that Mr. Fountains count.
columns of The Record.A (
to display a very large new stock of eveerything; and recital soon to vacate. For Sale -Livery stable and contents \V. and Insurance

carried in the hardware line, and I ask you to call will delightful bs given tonight organ at the song university The regular fortnightly meeting of the at Seabreeze, Fla., near Clarendon Inn.

and see the extensive stock 1 will have ou display.. auditorium by Professors Morse and civic department of the Woman's Club Reason for selling\ my large livery and

It is the best line of goods to be had, and you pay Phillips. Admission will be free, will be held in the club room at quarter transfer stables at DeLand, Fla, require -

no more than for the cheaper grade of goods. Messrs. H. Cnlbretb and E. Cnlbreth past three o'clock, Saturday afternoon Land all my Fla.attention. W C. Cannons r::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Nov. 14. Mrs. Carson will read a paperon
two brothers are making their head.
1 HAVB AN AI PLUMBER to do your plumbing. quarters at DeLand this season representing "Clean Food" and there will be reports Mr. Leslie L. Wellman and family H; Tl iANKSQIVINQ, DAY
of committees. have come from Savannah and will

...........................................-....-......................... New York commission houses. Rev. B. B. Knapp is in Jacksonville make DeLand their future home. Leslie :: I II' "
Call at or address 88 east Harvey avenue passed his boyhood days down at : '
ttnnding the annual session of the Florida : i like Christmas comes but : "
all Kinds of Buildingand
Sash Doors, Blinds, and for fashionable dress making. Presbyterian synod. The synod embraces Beresford, bat tbe past eight or ten : I :
Work: turned out promptly and first- years he has been In the railroad business -: : : ,ti 'once a year, and with it Turkey I fy'y
all Presbyterian churches In
Plumbing Goods Always on Hand. class in every partionlar. Miss Lillian at Savannah I
Florida there being three presbyteries, : 1 and abundance of good 1 i ;

.....N.......-.......-.............................--.......--.........- Shreve. and it is one of the most important Mr. and Mrs. K!< B. Molt arrived from .I t,
Mr. and Mrs B. R. Powell, of Jack church assemblages in the state. Schenectady, N Y., this week and are :, things to eat. Among the i. .i ;
arrived In DeLand to occupying their DeLand home for the f
sonville have spend : reasons for thankfulness : : .
w. c. WATTS the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Powell have Mrs McCreary, wife of United States winter. A IIttlegrand-daoghteraccom. a many : ;
spent the winter In DeLand for the last !Senator: J. B. McCreary. formerly goy pawed them Mr. Mott purchased several : 1 -not for a day only, but : I: m'

three years. ernor of Kentucky, died at her home ID years ago the Trash grove and prop- : ; 1 all the year round-not the \
DeLand Florida Richmond, Ky., last month. Mrs Mc erty at this place and this season shipsa ; I
Mr. F, H. Finney was at DeLand
: 1/q1+ least, perhaps Is that
we are It
from Orange City yesterday. He and Creary spent the winter In DeLand two nice crop of fruit.A j

Mrs. FJnney and Capt. Graves. arrived years ago, a guest at Miss Dunn's, and few years ago Mr. T. L. Osteen .

from the Ran Claire, Win., home the made many friends, who will regret to bought a home and a 20-acre tract of i here to attend to your Grocery needs with conscientious ,
first of the week. learn of her death. land in the western part of the city. He I! ( skill and care.

Mrs. M. E. Harlan. of Indianapolis, cut the plat np Into twenty building lots
Expert stove repair man. I will make I We have received new Raisins, Currants, Orange and ;
national of tbe Christian and placed them upon the market He
your old gasoline or oil stova as good as secretary i. : Lemon Peel, Citron Shelled Almonds, for your Plum Padding :
Woman's Board of Missions, delivered has sold them all except one and the
When You Contract for new. Address general delivery, or call : and Fruit Cake; also, new Nuts of all kinds, and we ''I"
house lot. He his back invested
Interesting address on the work of gets money
third house from Boulevard east an
at on might add Mince Meat in packages and bulk.
Voorbls avenue. O. W. Bogus. her society to a large audience Sunday I in this property and saves the ;
PAINfTINQYour night at the Christian church. While I house and lot and another lot costing ''I fjf \
The well known New York commission In the city Mrs. Harlan was the guest of hIm nothing. Here Is one of many In. Phone 79 A. H. WOODALL ., ,

house of E. R. Brackett & Co. has Mr. and Mrs. F, J. Longdon. stances where profit Is made In DeLand L. .

an announcement in The Record this realty : ..------....------..................--..........-...-_..._._..............
which the attention of all Hon. John C. Jones, state attorney for i(
week to orange The Hayward agency has sold a large .. .J
growers and shippers is called. the seventh ;judicial circuit, came over number of properties tbe past two weeks, -
HOUSE from Orlando Monday to discharge his "THE MARKET"LEONARDY .!:
t The teat meeting of the Woman's some of which we mention as follows!
duties before the present term of the ;l
Club, Nov. 94, social department In House and lot, corner of New York avenue BROS. PEOPRS. '
circuit court. Last week Mr. Jones was ,f
the of Mrs and Orange street, to Mr. H J.
charge, will be held at home
Stipulate_, elected for the second term to this Important
i J a. Johnston,on east Michigan avenue I Bird; three lots on west Wisconsin ave- Choice Northern and Florida Beef, Mutton, Pork t,
office and he is making the state
Each member is privileged to bring a nne to Mr. J. B. Taylor; two lots on .
ii Sherwin-Williams Paints friend. a faithful and efficient officer Wisconsin avenue near Orange street Sausage, Hams and Bacon. Fish. Always the best <

convention of Mrs. W. W. Fry and two sons arrived to Mr. Kevin McClellan; two lots on in the market. Prompt and polite attention. 'Your ,: Tk
The missionary
{ '.,......".".,.,..,..."..,..*..,."**..**.*...*.***..*_....,...."."..,. the churches state of Christ meets this. weekIn and from will Washington spend the the winter first of with the week Mrs. SanSnol street to Rev. E E. Phillips and solicited ,
Mr. J. J. Vlnsant. Mention of other patronage f
: For sale at Tampa. Mr. Sears, pastor of this Fry's mother. Mrs. Carrie L. Eyles, ,
church Mrs. T. E. Arnold and Mrs. F. north Boulevard. Prof. Fry was formerly sales will\ be_made next'J week. .. ",
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J. Longdon, )t", are in attendance from in charge of the business depart -

Walters Pharmacy DeLand.Mr. ment at Stetsen, the post five years witha The National.Fire See I T.,FIrel E. Arnold. Agt. The Most Complete ,Line,' of ,:"
W. T. Woolley was in town from business college at Pbll delpbl.. ---- .-5 '1 !>I(
Glenwood Tuesday. He and his family Messrs. Chase & Co. began this week .

i --.. returned Monday from a summer's stay shipping tbe fine crop of fruit from the The National.Flrel Bee T.FIrel E. Arnold. Agt pailts} ,. OilS 8 \Uargisi}e J

---- ------'--.-- at Clinton, Conn. He ship a fine crop Field.-Colemaa groves east of town, ..
al 0 'OWe of oranges from his Glenwood Grove known. the Austin groves. There are J. .;

,. THE MARSH MARKET this season. some six or seven thousand boxes, about DR:; s. R. LOVEOSTEOPATH In the ; County1. ..* ,, ...... .
and has been third of which will be tangerines, codes srt
handle the best meats to be had, both Florida Dr. John MacDlaimld who a ++
I the and who fine fruit as ever awe from a pine t
of during
Western. We can supply yod with, the choicest!' outs. In has Europe Interesting letter elsewhere in land grove. Two years ago the present Gnawta AVKHICiN- Elrknllto NCH W, .L.or. OSTEOPATHY >$', .

;:\ anything: in our line. Courteous<< attention, wid. promptdelivery. : 1 The an Records. will be home by December owners paid 10.000 for this grove and, 6O New.Terk An. o.peiuu 'p:.n...*r.. Q. W. FISHER: Delan'

i .. ,Give} De your next o der.. .. '. .1MARSH let and will reopen his offices, over the they will get nearly this amount net Office Hour 10 to 12 a.' m./8 toe p.
from the present crop.' I m., or by appointment. Tel. 200.
DeLandz Store, .
BROTHERS S ; Fisher Drug .. .'''.')..' ..

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--- Executors' Notice. ,Notice, to, Creditors.

"' on the noon train Kolng8onth Mr.: Eli-: Glenwood.; I At DeLand Churches." Master's, Sale. ,
Notice U glveo that the undorslBBed Notice Is hereby given tbat tha *
ALLOVERTHECOUNT\ anon and hia ,lovely bride boarded the and br :l'otue cf a deoree of Core- Un
Unlor : Ja tbe ()Jroull signed fans appointed bv lb" u : d
early southbound train, Tnenday, foithnir Baptist Church. outSrtof and Seventh Clrouit of the k>tte s aa executors of the oalaM of toe. McCrry.Judge,ot.tbo,Qiuntv L'I''S' '
'; Mrs. ;J.: B. Conrad Is entertain? a lady fbllowsi the B. and mil personshaving (: Voluall |rlrtH "M
Jt E WAFTED TBECOE1 < tntnre home In Hallondale, where Services on Sunday will bean : BGate of Florida, la and for Volu"la oountr: ; John d.oelae said es our of oountv".II .dn>"
friend from Chicago. ..aloOllrt nfculnut ll Mlry :
they will be taken oharKe of,by friends. \ Bible school. 10 a. m.1 i morning service,. h) tbe Hon. Minor S. Jone., JudKe cl .Dlaka.r required, present the d'oeasodhof sttld II.r. 8COI I :

:" 'TUII > 'OFFICE BY ITS The bride l la a twantlf lady, of lovely, Mr. Nlver ia supplying neighbors with 11 a. m.i B Y P. U., 6:45 p. m cordial! evening doted tbe 81.t ""y ot pending Ootober In, A..alq 0, tat duly i: authenticated,''J tho tinder jatraKes, oouuty.aldI aU1tbc I
oerl.ln o..uae
', r",1 :'lCORBESPOJlDENTS. and personal, charm nice apple from the North. service, 7:80 p. m Yon are 1008. In wherein'a Barnes A Jessup Company,. Higned,or to their legully iullorlze attorney having clalma or demands. (lo 1
t ., ,1k /" ." ". happy ly invited. court, and existing undei and ageut Isaao A Do- tute ar* hereby required to unumt 'SBIIIUO
and a graduate" of Waiford,,College, Mr. K. J. Babbage left for other parts a corporation law. of the organized state of Florida.( 1.i com.platnant Land, Flu., within the time prescribed by duly alllbenlloalll. to tho und t E

"I Pierson. New! ,Jersey.. Mr. Ellauon Is a ,leading to pack frnit for Baird & Alexander.Mrs. Presbyterian Church the and L U. Merg.IC. C. Alvers bua, 8|., '*Wt QEOrtOB A. KL8K88KR. Ilgnw te ,!thll, te forevi bnrriiSr, by ,H1! '

tracker and large land owner in sooth Wright have been supplying the Rev. Benjamin a Knupp, Pastor. A. Klnard and J. P. doing Turpen. J. HOWE I J. CUHMlNGa, ,11,8.WILLIAM I
P' J.' M".'MoCorkle: the well pouted' jns. Florida and has had considerable experience folk with pineapples from the Viking Sunday school at 9:48 a. nl. Preach, nosa under the, and flrrn name Willie A. SPeggs, wire Executors of tlie estate of Adniinlsl. rator) ttT 1of
tine .
Ing service at H a. in. Y. P. S 0. B. company wile of C. C,, John B StetCI. deceased.Da Mary coOrange .J
r !tide o{ the peace, of Barberville, was hi and success in fruit growing and pinery meets in the lecture room every Sunday of L. L. Megge and ; Lllla Alvers,,wife ot 8. A.Klnard' I Lund, Fla., Oct. 3.10. City, Fla, Oct 80, 1118.da,1. !

.: this paradise last Saturday mor lng. tracking Tbe people. here add, theli elsewhere Alven; defendants
Everybody ia busy, some banking the evening at 0:43. All not attending ; are : 1 will sell at pub.llo -

.. Depot Agent W. W.:, Tedder' :. vlalteihi beat wluhes to this admired and esteemed trees,'othera picking and packing rait. are cordially Invited. auction, at for the cash front to door the of highest the CourtHouse ana Notice of Applcton tor Tax Deed Under Notice of Application for Tax Deed rrJ 0

DeLeon lionie Sunday. .He stands ii model Swedish couple, Some have Bold the fruit in the groves.Mr best bidder in DeLand, In ald county: ol VolusU Capter 488H. Law. ,der Section 1 of,Chapter 48uT I

the front rank here and is as fine !as silk... I Conrad arrived home from Hot 'Methodist EplHcopal Church, South. and state of Florida on the of Florida ot Florida. L

The beautiful Naaworthy sisters, Misses Seville.Dr. Sunday school every Sunday morning F/SSr/ MONDAY/ DECEMBER A. D. 1908. Notice hereby given thatO.C.FanDlng, Notice la hereby given that 0.0. Fannin
in time to vote at the election I
Springs 11 a. IlL Ep of tax eertifloaui No. nurobater ot Tax i ertlncate
ttt 10 a. m., preuvbing ; purchaser 10 cRt 10 .
Ada and Clanlla, of"Little Egypt, and ia busy aa ever looking after bunlness. worth L"ni of health Frl Inn the legal houia of Bale on that day, all erllurate Inmy office anil baa made said oertlnoate In my office, h"e mi
in .
thla "
f ,were place 8. O'Quinn is 'spending this week at 780: p. m Pr >ertueeting every of the following described property situate application for tax deed to IBBUB In accordance application fur tax deed to laaua In.,

f day. In DeLeon Springs.Mr. Mrs. Oeddes and her aureil, motner arrived Wednesday' nl htH. P O.St. In the couuty of Volusla and state of *'lor-" with law. Bald oertilloate embrace* noma Doe with law Bald cert\Huat\ i en B I
t Capt. J. B, Walawnght a man of nOble Pye and sinter- Mins Bfille, ofPierson on the 6th from Ohio and are Ida. towltlA real estate situ alII 10 the follnwlng described property .altwKecl. situated braoea the In Voluuia following deacrlbul' prpr,
II tho following In Volusla. uounty, I oouniy. lot Ida
thought and splendid action, was Ir spent part of Sunday in town vialGing Mr. Raabrongh while. shipping !! llnrummg Gplscopnl thnrch.: VoliiBln county state of Florida! ( and also. LoU \ and Hewett'e towl Hquarotopvllle; 40 N M of nwX of seJi, sro 81, t IB I, :
last week from Galnusvllle. with Miss Katie Poppell.Mrs. their frnit. all the following louses anil contrautB,, I w"
this garden spot Rev Ciiuii>b,,ll Gray, reo tor. and reservations to aore 2 Bored.. '.

t James M. Frazer, of Jack qn. Who could help enjoying the beautiful Nov. 15-XXII8umliiy ..nerTrlnUy. box licenses dilp, ,privileges work Horupe dip or log pine uUll< ''be said lald nssebsori tt tb ,daleoUbe The lad land being assessed at the dn
Holy EncharlBt, 7 a. m i uinrnlug prayer the naval stores,, Issuance of anub oel.tlcate In the of the of auch certificate In u,
W. W Powell has treated himself Us vllle, is on a fortnight's visit to her ,weather we have ,had for some time Litnnv other trees for turpentine Unknown. aaidcertlUoate of Unknown. Unless
9.a. m.; Sundity acbool 9:80 a m ; timber Ininber, cross,tie or other purposes namn of name s"ld 0m
splendid showy horae. He 1s surely tlikelybro mother, Mrs. N A. Frevatt. past! Just cool enongh to be pleasant and Holy Encharlst with sermon and all the estate, right, title and interemof shall be ledaemcd aooordlng to float shall be recteome according to inu

4 backed long tailed arob Mr. Elile.Brown, of Barberville, spent and to ripen np the fruit.Mr. 10:80 a. m. Week days: Holy EnabarUt the mortgagors therein, towit law tax deed will A.iaane D. 1008.thereon on the lat tax deed will, A. D. heron> on the IB.,1ofDeoember
; necked steed.T"hV part of SAtllrday And Sunday here with of Petersburg I 7 a tu. daily. except Monday and All the right, title and Interest of L L. day Witness of December oUlolnl algnaturo and eeal Witness my o 11. .
and Mrs Wm Bredow St.: Klnard and J, 1*. ray clRlllgnoture and ?,
his friend.',Mr'. W.' B! Cowart Tuesday' ; evening prayer daily at /5 p m. Meggs, C. C. Ah era, i. A under this the 30th day: of October, A. D. 11)08SKAl ) thla the 80th day ofOotbr, A. 1>. IIIOH,
handsome Hagstrom brothers,, Bole visiting tbe parents here, Monday-Dno",hters of the King at Jetmlnga.. co-partnera doing bubiness JORDAN. ( ) I n.
\ Fred Albln Care alll Axel went to the The growers are belnlf'vIsited abont and Mr. Bredow will assist the father the rectory at 8:80 p m. Wednesday- tlie nrui name of oertuln Meggs asHlgnment Turpentine of Company lease [ ]Clerk Circuit Ut Volu l" Co., Fla teal Circuit Court Voluala JORItN.,
under a
woods for birds Saturday and came home. everyday now by IDIIU soliciting for In getting off the crop of frnit. Junior Auxiliary at the rectory at 8:80 wade, by W, K. Willis and A.11 Overstreet, ILatest'Stleoden
their flrniH in the North>and EaatMr and Senior Brotherhood of St
p. m., Florida, and W. 'I'. Jenkins
"with fifteen. Pretty good.Jommodore A M. Flowers has bought several Mr. and Mrs W. T, Woolley, son and Andrew at the rectory at 7:80 p. m. of Volusla, ol Toombs county oounty, Georgia, co-part.

( P. Anderson and hit > < wife and a lady friend arrived Monday I Snnday at All Saints', Enterprise ners doing business as W. R. Willie Co, !

,handsome daughter Miss Amelia, treac crops of oranges In this place for Thou. from Connecticut, and are located for Evening prayer and sermon 4 p. m., and joined by their respective wives, Nannie W. Oalc $/ {}
Mooney & Son, of Jacksonville Fla. on Monday Holy Eucharist at 6 a m. Willis, Junle F. Jenkins and Mozell Ovei- T
!ad themselves to a baggy ride In their We are pleased to note the convalpsceuce winter in the Glenwood home. Tuesday at St. Timothy's Orange street, to L. I.. Meggs, O. V. Alvers. J.do-P. : oatybend : c.((

pretty new ng Sunday.Jf Two ladies from here drove across to City-Holy Eucharist, 7 a. m, Jennings and 8. A Kinard, oo-partoers
of Mrs A. B. !Provatt who hits Ing business as Megga Turpentine Con lift f(.f-i.ubdAV Ml mid :lip : ,
C.: PoweU: \ of Powellvllle, says the been \guite sick for several days with Daytona last week and found decided First H. K. Church pany.: dated the day of -.- A. Uiarrtilftrly lli* at.Inl.'o.I"k fur,$7 )0"Io.loul.IUe 1.1 ,e .

Ananias newspapers would better nn- dengnn fever. Improvement la the road since 1004. Mr D. 1907, assigning that certain lease from .at A"o bock with I'.ch at top. to :. t>t ook 1 1alilutt \
i J. Pb.D, U. J. White to W. U. Williams *: Company t : :. t'lhlitMl *vtaho 'any"ul.llit
Rev Wm. Burliness pastor.Snnday 1",11,11 ,
:i swallow themselves now. Tney caused Cannons, they aay deserves craiUt. for I October 21 1003 recorded In the. l"I..1 "
Mr. and Mrp. Byrd and sister Miaa school 9:413 a. m. Preaching dated You cat .vo lot of tOI.y by buying d'lt .
(him to lose fit on the peerless. Bryan's Mary Cade, of Pier on, spent Sunday in tbe grat improvement made. It is a service at 11 a m; sermon by Rev. public records 10th of Volusla in oounty deed, book Florida( 84,, factory t tat buys lumber In fj: |js, ttitsn, i.Mt. ,
on November 1H03 tl.1., : .Ir. nU .ell ltieni rljht lure in tint Butt::ito jcmie
:victory.: town with their brother and family Mr. oounty improvement that all taxpayers. Dr Carxou; Lengan service. meeting 6:45 page 247: and that certain lease from Cojisolldated : .. .* ttvlnu' you liuu\y y frclp'it cha'r." ,d rLlfniLre. ,

t Gas Hagstrom and sons, who always and Mrs:James E. Cade, will ayyreciate especially by the large p. m; Mra. E. V. Harfcneas, leader. Mava. btorea (Jo. to W. M. Win- | our big tree ca'alofftte uliow over '0 tUft." .
number using it going to and from the Preavhtng service. 7:80 p. ml; sermon."BuCb's lama A Company; dated October 31at, 1903. tin* wf clmlr.for pnrl,jf, ill u In:, tooitt, kliclati, ,
stay in the race and\ carry off the prizes Mrs. N. A. Poppell and little granddaughter Choice;" Knth 1:161: ; specialmnalo recorded in the public records of Volualaoounty 11alor omeo-nU.lxc. nut! lyl.o-ol at *.1'011 1 nru ,

and honors were busy sawdnstlng Arlington Myrtle Hall, are spending a coast. by choir. All friends and strangers Florida, on November 10th, 19HS in pilcefl. 1:very itirrlr tntaratiteed exactly ni tvpreicnlut .

avenue to the depot here last few days in Sanford the guests of her Twice in the past three weeks Glen cordially invited to all the services. ueed book 84 puite 2fil: and to lease W.T.from Jenkins Hlllman8utberlaud r 'or your money luick.for You tal.o no rUL, vltate ,
Company \,r. ,Mull poHlul to-iliiy Cattilcrftic 41 ; *ptc.ilCltrlatmnai :
week. !scn-in-law, Mr. M. C, Hull. i wood( has been called to part with esteemed The union service will be held in this and W. K. Willis! dated October 24th, 1900, Lint. MeuiiJ dollaitt In your | ,

church Sunday evening Sermon by recorded deed book 89, page WO, records CHAIR FACTORY, fisttoaCMO KoHROf ITS Jtrmtmwvu I.k.t'
Miss Lola Parrlsh, oar faultless schoolteacher From the way oranges ale moving citizens. The first WaR Mr. H. Rev. Dr. Harkness. of Volusla oounty Florida, in eo tar as snidleaaes FLBftlUA ._. .ru."Elastic" ,.

and Miss Belle Pye, two of from this place dally, the growers will A. Wright, who passed away very suddenly relate to the lands described aa follows .

Pierson'a fairest flowers( accompanied soon be reaplujj a nice little sum, and of heart failure at the age of 43 Catholic Church. East! half of east half southwest quarter ,

by Archie Pye, hiked out to Seville Sun things will liven up all around. years leaving a wife and a daughter M J Car ley, Rector. of northeast quarter weat half of southeaat

day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Herring and three here and aged parents and a brother and Sammy Nov 1-Feast of All Saints. quarter east half of west half, southwest ,
High mass and sermon 10 a. m; Snn- quarter of northwest quarter and northwest
daughters of Americas Oa, arrived a sister in North Hampton. Mass. Tbe ,
>H. B. Powell a wealthy naval stores lay school 11.15: a. m.; evening service, quarter ol ithwest quarter of section
is Tuesday of this week for a visit with brother arrived in time to attend tbe 7:80 F benediction\ and 15 i all section 16.; in township thirteen ,
and timber dealer cf Cedar Keys, ruralizing : p. m; rosary, ser
their parents Mr and Mrs. O. H Mask. funeral, which was conducted from the "The One True Cnnrch (13)) south of range 21) east
He is mon subject: '
on thia spot this week. a Sections: two (2), four ((4)( ten (10) and .
brother-in-law of'.oUJ' hustling merchant They were accompanied by,Mr. Snipes. house on Friday October 80, by Rev. of Christ-Where is ItT" Macs. daring fourteen ((14)) In township l U south, of( range

I Mr. George Hatchinsou, ot DeLand, McDonald. The remains were followed he week 0:80 a. m Friday Nov 6th, 29 east, Also sections 28 and 84 in townahlp -
,'John W. McBride. I will lie tbe first Friday of the month U south, of large 24 east. Bookcase _
was in town Monday in the interest of to the DeLand cemetery by a large com
Lee Morrleon of Barberville, and north hair of northwest nd Desk combined.
Roy South halt, quarter .
The Florida Fruit and Produce News, pany of sorrowing friends for be was
of Eldrldge, two Mulligan Christian: Church of section 0; all o' the north half of the
Quincy Elkins. published at Jacksonville Each grower nlgbly esteemed by all who knew him. Snnday school 10 a. m Communion nottbweat quarter southwest quarter of .Permit* a much or l little

guards Jnat beginning> so shave, in this state should not hesitate l in subscribing The family have the sincere sympathy and preaching 11 it lu; Christian Endeavor northeast quarter\ southeast quarter of hook space as t 0 d.

were here Thursday. Their appearance for this paper of all. The hi other left last Saturday 6:45 p m. Evnngpllatio service, nortbwest of Haw quarter creek, and lylnK southwest soutn of quarter the channel of .\.Comprises Desk Uni with

and good manners are O. K. Mr. W. H. Bullock left a few days ago for home and on Monday a dispatch 7:80 p. m ; subject, "The World's Need southeast quarter of section 1<>; northwest .. few or many Unit a .

Miss Mary Cade one of Pierson''a fair- ot a Havlor Special music. Every quartet,' ,>.1! northwest quarter, and lots one .re. Roy, conve
for Leeabnrg where he has accepted a came bringing the aad news i that hia body welcome E. \W. Sears, pastor.Glenwood and tlirep nf section la; northeast quarter.eaot see
eat and purest daughters, went to Seville position with a large fruit !grower dar father hud passed away very suddenly.Mr half IIf northwest quarter west half of I or write for catalogue 105

Saturday to visit friends. Miss ing the shipping season. Mrs. Bullock and Mrs Wright spent the winter Freshtcrluu Church.; aoutheast quarter southeast of section of 17;section northeast 20 + J. F. ALLEN & CO.AGETS. -
qimiterol quarter ;
Mary is a noted little beauty who Inherited remains home, she having a position in htre several years ago with their sou and Rev. Geo N. MncDonaJd, Pa tor. northeast quarter of section 21: all of fractional .

her jivable qualities from her most Merchant J. C. Boblnson'i store. family and all that knew him extend to Morning service of worship and sermon section :22, all fraction nl section 24;

eccellent mother, She is also] skillful in at 10 a. m. Sunday, ochool at 11 a m. all fmulonal( section 20; all Irautlonal section
Mrs. W. H. Parker of Daytona;, came tbe family their sincere sympathy. Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m. :26; south bnlf of southwest quarter of FL

the art of music. over Tuesday of this week for a visit 4lSO 0 ae tion 211; east halt of section 29; east half
November at tn. Rev Wllilt.passed
Hart sweet and well behaved with her daughter Mrs. J.L. Robinson.Mrs. p. and not'thwest quarter and northeast quarter
Dorothy a
calmly and peacefnlly. away after of southwest quarter of section 88; all of
school girl living with Dr. and R's rieuds are sorry to hear she is iDillgrefitloii.Thia section 85; east. half and northneat quarter
several weeks of suffering, aged/ 81 years troubla usually arises from a dls half of of
'Mrs. Underwood at Alhambra grove in threatened with a case of appendicitis, and nortn southwest quarter section .
and '7 months He leaves to mourn Ills ordered liver If yon; will aiouse the 86L all being in township 13 south, of
\Weat Pierson Buffered the misfortune but hope her physician Dr, George departure a widow, one James liver to throw oil the effete itccumnln range" east

of getting dog bitten Thursday while returning Welch of Palatka, will scatter the dia. son ions through the proper channplu, yon Also, all of section 1; all if section 8, all I WALL PAPER
home from school near the Mrs. ease so that an operation will not ,be, West of Creston Iowa one daughter a will noon feel better, your appetite will of Iractlonal section III; all sections eleven FREE .F.
lleoe 8ary. Congregational minister's wife, of Kaneaa Improve and the whole man will be (11)) and thirteen ((13)) ooriheatt quarter, .
Uanter residence. north half of irthwest quarter anil northeast POST CARD today
I I I City, and four grand-children who more wide.awake. and healtby. For this quarter of southeast ijumterol section I N&W wa IVTcrwiU A poms
H. A. Hansea wears a broad smile all nrpose St Joseph's Liver Regulator U half of, chana uninviting stating
have the sympathy of all. The funeral 10; northeast quarter eaat northwest into an at- :you Intend papering
on account of the'arrival of that little Orange City. was held from the church on Thursday' ,, a fine remedy Try it and be convinced quarter and north balf of southwest( ra namW *.- .bring you lmplc
of Us efficacy. DniKKixts and general quarter of section 211; In township fourteen( "If -
son who made his appearance last, Frl the fifth, conducted by Rev. McDonald, south of 201 .P.l sloectbe ) yoir Intnd piloting
merchants sell it, liquid 50 cents a bot- (14)) range 'aat. send for and color ,
day afternoon. The little fellow will Now let us have prosperity. tbe pastor here Kev, Kegwln. of Area tIe; powdered, in tin boxes 33 cents abox. Also, the east half of. the soutbw..tqllar. pvUca ol cleonoo card. We prices have everything -
r ter of section 5 all of section U east hall < _
soon take fall charge of the business of Bank your trees early this year. dia. Rev. Knapp, of DeLand, and Rev See advertisement in this paper and northwest;quarter and ,east; ,half of nA fnn*+ dent i in PAT, sod c

; the MoBrlde & Hansan store, packing Advertise in The Record; it reaches Smith of Eustls district. Tbe chnrcb tonthwext qu rter of section :24; In township v save you : ,

:.-',. house, shipping etc. the people. was full of friendd, some from DeLand ---- - 14 soutn, of ranite 29 east Wilts to !
Also, all the following deacrlb personal Pqll W f I J
; Mr. George Hutcblnson, of DeLand a Mr.Laurence Roberts is shipping bistangerines. and DeLeon, to pay tha last sad rites tc properU

I splendid gentleman of faultless personal one who had been with na for over One twcnty-flve-barrel still nod ttxturei, BALJPB-CONROY COMPANY
T Tutt'sPi nne hand i ump and -artesian well' six lu-u. W. hS J.clvW. I
appearance and pleasing address, was on Thanksgiving cornea on the 36th of eleven years and was highly esteemed oy mules and two horses, tw four-bo se wagons
this spot of rennwal of youth Saturday all who knew him. The widow will remain o e two-horse" wagon.o. >en Bain t of harnesa

working in tbe interest of the Frnit and November here for the present. twenty shanties, two dwelUiuca, one
Miss Irene Soott visited tn DeLaort FOR TORPID LIVER. comfssary oomlssarv sloik,books and book
Produce ,News of Jacksonville. He
I I I accounts,eighty patent rim dlp-burrels,one
;. called on tbe writer Dan Tucker Smith. this week. A torpid liver derange tbe whole one-horse wngon.! two buggies aud harness,
system, and produce two saddles. and bridles bogs, Cumber ompaQYWi
I,' Many quail have been killed in this Tragedy ol a Kiss. one ware Bopd
:Charlie' Swarrengroen' the popular SICK HEADACHE __ house and landing, cooper shop and tools,
,. vicinity since November 1st. An Atchlson romance: He bad not generallyany and all personal! pr pcrerty -
I' chairman of the board of election man Costlveness Rheumatism around used In connection with the
'1 agers and a rockrlbbed William Jen- Miss Mabel Hardin drive to DeLand, known her long, bnt as she stood in tha Dyspepsia Sallow Skin and Piles. turpentine stdl or, of Migts. Turpentine Company quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near tbe depot

Bryan democrat of this place every morning to attend school. moonlight! a white drees and a blue saah located In Volusia oountv, Florida at DeLand with beat cypress and yellow pine
There Is no better remedy for these ,
: A all tools
nal.o turpentine and appliances
took the electjon returnsto DeLand last Mr. and Mrs. Charles St. John Sr j set off her figure so well that he had common diseases than OR. TUTT'S dip-barrels stavrs, headings, hoop. Lumber Mouldings
never seen a prettier picture And then LIVER PILLS,.a a trial will prove. Iron blacksmith and Flooring Ceiling
Wednesday, Charlie, aa hw is called are expected here soon to spend the win-i barrels coopers' tools ,
he did an awful thing-he klused! her. Take No Substitute. and other tools and Implements. and all
baa a firm grip on the make-yonr-mari horse feed, material and supplies ot all

pokes: of the Malllgan guard pilot ter.Mr.. Morris Wheiden has a nice crnjof The innocent girl shrank from him in kinds; and also all naval stores products Shingles, ,Laths, Etc,

wheel of sober, genteel life. horror and the young man realized that Executors' Notice. now on hand at said stills or elsewhere,and
trait at his home place on University he bad gone too far. Indeed as the other personal property of every kind wbat AH Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered
Judge J. B. Cade, our late fait deal avenue. 'j jMr. Notice is boieby Riven that the under.Kneel .. soever used upon or In connection with the anowcere In the city.
panting girl strove to collect herself sufficiently naval stores business or farm of the laid
merchant, of this place, now a steady, have been appointed and have qual.ed .
: and M1'' Hall and daughter have to the in r last-mentioned mortgagors on nil or any of -
express scorn inrging as executors or the estate or Ann O.
rellableK,Agreeable merchant of Seville, the lands com'eyed by or subject to this\
returned to their Winter home on Voln j her bosom the man thought of ttevens, deceased, late of Volusia rounty,
came down here to vote Tuesday Judge yoang }'lor Id a. and all orcdliors, IHIOUWS 1 d via avenue. |I the beating ,be must endure the next Ibutees and all 6th day of November, A. D. 1908.
Cada I Is s clean, atronsr',honorable, dyedin persons having
Stonewall Jackson democrat Mr. and Mrs. George Varney returned! day from bar father and brothers and olalm.or demands against 1 Id eHtate are Sjeolal Master in riALSBY MACHINERY
-the-wool. Chancery.
Tuesday of lasts week, from a visit at of hereby required to present tbe some duly 8. J. HlLBUBM :
and aa faultless a Malllgan gnardM of the long account tbe fight that uthentioated toel'her of tbe und-relgDPd 3: Ocean Street Jacksonville, Fla.

live under the stars of old glory and their old bom i in Maine. I I' would appear in the newspapers. Fortunately ithln the time prescribed by law, or tbeaarae Complainant's Hol-1or. Nq. 574

Ma Mrs. George N.' .Dozier anj. little he bad his hat in his hand and will be forever barred.EilKRoON ITt"la, large
fraternally he Is s> bright standing BEDELL, We at Jacksonville a

son,'and if yon doubt it, grab hi* hand Elizabeth are at DeLand visiting Mrs.I turned to go. Bnt the girl straggled to ElMVlrf Lake Helen, Fla.t Notice ot Application for Tax Deed Un and complete c.rry stock of Portable ana

Dorier's sister,' Mrs. B. B. Pravatt. !IMI' speak; sne would express her contempt CLARK.; Stationary Enjrlnea, Boilers and Sarf
Dr. W.:H. Delong and his estimable Charlotte, Mich. del Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lavs nrry
for his action though it killed her : : all WoodWorklncMach
Ed. Carpenter made a large shipment This Sept. S, 1U08. Mils'
wife, of Emporium. Pa., and Mr. Rallen Florida of awe. Beltlnif and Mi"
and last "When, she lale!. In a low, faltering Notice Is that C. C. al
Halett and his handsome sifter, Miss of grapefruit oranges I hereby gUen 'a. We have many thousand i
voice full of deep seated hatred "are mug' purchaser ol tax certificate Supple
Ira, of St!: Marys, Pa., arrived here Monday. He will finish ,shipping next [Notice of Final Discharge. 1403, dated tho 7th day of June, A D. 1409. ed customers who will tlMt'.X will
7" Atchison Globe. t
you coming again to the merits of our goods.
euronte to their beautiful Emporta ha tiled said certificate in my nffloe and
week.We Notlue Is hereby Ktven tbat the undersigned .. made application for tax deed to Issue pay j'011 to pet our PRCES and TERMS
home. Mr. Arohla E. Pye, also of regret to bear of the illness ofMM. administratrix, of the estate of In accordance with law. Said certificate before buying. We are Soutn-

Emporium, Pa., brother of Mrs. J. A. Dnnlap. 'Miss Celia Babcock thinks Young lady do yon know that jealon Ralph H. Barker, will on the lOLl day of embraces tbe following described propertysituated ern agents for FAKQUHAB Enslne't

Harper, of this place accompanied them her nieoe, Mrs. Nellie Palmer, is im y' is the moat dangerous effect of fount January tn, A.tbe D 119 County;< present Judge ber of flnal Volusia ic- NeJ of In swtf.Voluela sec oounty IS, tp 16, Florida s, r e,. towiti, Boilers and Saw Mills. A postal will brlnf our salesman. Write for illua-

her Archie la a splendid specimen of proving. | love! It i Ia in its nature terrible even County. Fla., together with tu vouchers The said land uelni ussessed 8 the date tvated catalogue. -
In "when not excited by ll II renders and ask for M Unal dlsubargi aa such administratrix. of tbo Issuance such oertltloate in tb< .
young manhood to settle this California III is reported that ,Mr., Neal Alexan-l >ve. name of H. M. Ledwl b. Unless aald -

of tha 8011 t h. der has bought most of the oranges oa the soul! frantic, when all the affection UABELLB!: 0. BARKER certificate shal be redeemed according M .

P1t guards and the trees between Orange/ City and of the heart are combined with the mOlt Adniinlsfatrlx. law tax dred will Issue on tht1st
Eight Ion .Mulligan This July 9th, 1008. day ol December, A. D. 1908. Now is the time to order
Beresforo. sentiments of self-love. Love is
sportsmen with gnns and doga went to : \ acute Witness my official signature and sea

tha upper Haw Creek Wednesday: on a The ladies of the V. L A will meet at nol the only Ingredient of jealousy] aa It this the IXJth day of October A. D..11)08) '

deer bant. They jumped four and got their rooms at Library Hall next Thus-1 ls of the regret we feel when ceased to Notice of Final Discharge [!!AL] Clerk Circuit SAM'L Ct. D JORDAN' \, 'SimonRure'No.l 1 1for

one. T.A* MoClaBuna killed a .large day afternoon. Hereafter they. will be loved;' Jealousy inspires the thlral Notlne Is heieby gheu tbat tbe underalKned -

bDokJ .r.:. ("Powell. killed a-monstw I meet every two weeks. f for vengeance, regret inspires only the administrator of the estate of L W.

Wildcat that attacked hia dog. They There are light in the cottago at the wish to die. Jealousy i* a more painful Oclnm!"Keliruary, deceased A. D. 11)00 will) file on bis the Unal loth account day of Notice of Application for Tax Dee Unldor your grove and be sure of a large crop next

alao' assassinated .a large catamount Cedars. Mr. D. P. Graves and Mr. and situation, because it I* composed of con'fliotlng '. with tbe oounty Judge of Volusla oounty Section 8. Chapter 4888, winter All the b:st groves use SIMON PURE

'Those who took in' MrsTTred Flnney "returned thafirst ol sensations, and because it Is discontented Florida, mid ask tbat the same be approved: ; : Florida LWBj I
trUAigreesor, part nd that he be discharged as suoh admlnls-. FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : :
Is ,
tile hunt were WrMv: M cLendon. A.'W. the week from Ban Claire, Wis. with itself and tbe pain it Irntor. nlng o'Io, purchaser hereby clven tax that oate C.' No. _

News reaches of the detah of Mrs. _IOD..' It supportable only when This. Aug. lath, 1UU8 dated the 8th of ort 6
Price. F. F. Edwards, O. A. Miller, at J. B. ODUil. day 161.baa !18 Fertlliizei- Jacksonville. Fla.'
'U ,sink* into melancholy.-BsnfordChronicle. aid In mr,: E. O. Painter ,
Bobert Bennett, F. a .Naaworthy, T.A.HeClamma Sao Browne-Elliott; at her home, Bards Administrator ortllat tax oda. In nooordauce ,

and tha Powell brothers, I* town K,., after a long illness. She:! had with law. Bald certificate embrace

D *nd'JJ oJ' a'winter home here, and for many seasons 1 the following drb property: ,situate* It will b"SIMON PUR*" on the spot when T, B. Arnold
Final In Volusla ,
Wo prettier seen*'baA the ,heart and she and her siatet Mr Roberts were of Discharge. Nej of nwK 000tY1, s 15, t la, r to-wiG; acres. get tb. ftnrtKH J-WAABHOUBE ;'completed at th.depot.

fcand.pJodge of Hed Tile and El1a on. A with"as, and: her death regretted .by Weatherology. Notice Is hereby glveu tbat the underlerslgiivd .- '1 he raid lana being assessed at t bed at you want a. bag 'of Fertilizer that makes' thing
all Th.. weather conditions. for tbe weekending admlnlstrntor nt the estate' ol of the laauaro of suob in th<
marriage' of mnoh- ntarset la> thla plaoawaa oar people. I I'etar Rawllns aad Mnttlu Kawllas, will ontba n.me'' Weeks.oarUoal. sal.Dflitifloate ,hump, see.hm.(. .
For the third time Hon.. W. J..Bryac, Nov. 11.AT. 10th day of January A. D. 1IIOU present shall be redeemed according,
that of Mr. John E1Ja on. of Hallondale .. '
1,1'I Ih in1, ir"ll "> h" Ir 'iili, .
t "ii n
rf I.w. deed will issue th
-reon on:tae r '
t..x ,
the Peerless Leader has led bU to
Dade oounty, to Miss HedrlgCanI party olusla. (Jounly. Fla., IUII"tllllr wltn tbelouohars lay A. D, 1908. lt
'. n6rKeTporCN. J.;.- which ocnrreS defeat.- .Tbe'electlon. show that he Vfas .i .i and ask for a dual discharge as Dcmber.: signature and
weaker"than his party." On" United i suun, administrator. thia the 30th day of October. A. D. 1UOD.1 San JoseSoale and WMte Fly
nandaoma reaidence ot the
I S, .J.JISliB QKO.'1 COLBY, rs.Al.l SAM'L D. JORDAN ; .
Lutheran cdni M bar*on l'Voloai'aT: aoa State fcJenaMneed. M r.v Bryan and we .. ,Admlnlatrator Clerk Circuit Court Voluala County, ,
"I' ,
July 9tb, 1908.
he"will see"that his work
Monday at 830 o'clock. It .waa a hope now 6S Cloudy.. W. For San Jose on Peach Trees an4 White Fly and
I ;; '-" quiet bnk baaotifnl "'ede.there. Be I* a great, ...grand,I 8-40 '7 Fall.'. Ji.W. .. Bale, .
; yery good but ean< beatjampnev : '7-117 71S ,.. W. Notice of Final Notice of Final Discharge oth on'Orange Trees with "Schn ri ;!Wfrfor.fri t.
,. \\/tIe/ .. ",.. Tha eoacaUoiisvw' -e el.arwi. and taste: cower.1 He ..tiM made a j good .9--47-.0 ,76 73"" .Jll'Dllt .B.W.10M 'W.. Notice Is hereby: given that Ihe under.iltneU .. Notice It hereby'given that six .months 'laMctkld'e.. .readilywith, cold 'w" r.1 ,,

"r"J *.l.t Tha'ceremony'was performed by I OghX bnt we feel sorry 'for him thai be : 81 RaiD; t. 8 E: administrator of tbe estate\ of Zllubla e date, towiton., the lain day ol April,
.: would "win and lost I..T. Varoes. deceased, will on tbs 23d day 191)0,1) present my: flail aaooupi'or
confident ha
:, rttoB T.B. J.;Warner, tha Lnh.?a ,min-, was sx? 11-419. 76 Fatr. W., J it'April, A. D. 1900, file bis nnal aecenou approval w1 MoCrorjr, ODD MoneY promptly. refunded l results are t satisac. ry..
\ isatvThs' ) lorely present. We> man1', for heha*'tried so hard to get then. with tha county Judge of Volusia oouoty: tr: Judge of Volusls oountyFlorida( ,
\I'i Watch the Peerless Leader in tie White \ 1f'a.1. ,- rlorida, and ask that tba same be approved >tfl the Court Housa In 1 ria.w .
'- talM-and, ..yalnable. A II enUol 1 .BIJU.IN..B.: .WBJOHT.THG ind that be be discharged aa such admlnlswrator. gua4Pdl. n'ol CdlUi Diand LOCAL AGENTS :' SCHNARR &: CO.
'. 'II Wadding__ waa aerred at 4 o'clock. House four year from the fourth otneati .. : .

.. tThalr rtda lws' >aooiolngly attired .Uarcb.> W.. .' inooUmaM hint. for, "I bis.Oct. J3,. 1908. .'kail FLU WE.- ?m.VwthiSS,.B..8dM..h,1 0. W.' flSHEK, Dtltni 'II" MANUFACTURERSFLA.

|ta .. ra>reUac,latt they.. coming. thronf h"Vi .president oow:: RECORD $1 A YEAR Adrojulsttatoi. ,. 1, c tOtlHSOH. leUI.! / 'ORL' ;, ,, I

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