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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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'ie Ie$under nn.. J. "GLEE CLUB CONCERT" Dec. 4th. Second Event; of lyceum< ".

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10''"Fann/nr bas I.,dat..1 owlo's Ule/ ,, SGOBEL&DAYESTABLISHED; e REFORM DOWN-IN FLORIDA. I Hewitt The& Co.Baltimore al present Market.are making; I I If You Want the BEST 'ORANGE WRAPS Ask for

' la a.,. specialty of Florida oranges, grapefruitand I ,
ate em. I860 Views Changing There, early vegetables. They have always -

1'Propertythe towitlI .235-238 West Says Mr. Chase. handled these products and have ,
Street New York I hundreds HflE1 AP
, r 8e; of the largest growers In FlorIda I %
Politics was again Injected Into the on their list of shippers. Jnst now
data bearing on the proposed revision of here Is a strong market here for everything .I trotv tt
d 8 In oerti.t the+. AUCTION SPECIALISTSIN the tariff before the ways and means in this line and as they have a &J ntia. IR.4.'k, r'' f A. te s' ,

< hew.. committee of the house this morning, large trade to supply they feel that they ; 74 Yk .I. rl ter i i.T
'ht day j J. C. Chase, ot Jacksonville, Fla., who can always place shipment to the very : xi 4 at iurt ale 1 r r ate,
n.1 exl| FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC was speaking In favor of no change In beet R.hantl&Re.-<imora Cor. In Produce : t s a e,lqs .r e .4 n I Is
,lOOt! the present tariff on citrus fruits, News. t t 4
DAN.ETR. gda I
'nr,yle, Consign your fruit to a house which guarantees pineapples and garden vegetables, Folk-'s i ll Its V ? : .t1kn s r '
prompt sale top market value aroused the Interest of Representative Defeat.
quick returns, and r r
A SQUARE[ DEAL FROM START TO FINISH. an extent Underwood that the of Alabama Alabaman to asked such The returns from Missouri Indicatethe r M aeu Z c.

defeat of Mr Folk for the democratic
- some questions abnut Mr. Chase'sgen.eral
We SELL AUCTION DAILY tariff views. nomination for United States a ya
AT '
to. senator. At last, then, a check has ;t

Dill'will --n....n.annnw.v............-.....+n..n.v+............w.....-...-...........j... of"Do protection you believe queried In the general Mr. Under.idea been put upon the steadily progress- ti's IIt I a '
lag career of a man who hall been one l l$ ,j
lk i e.. r yr,.r.r.r.r r.r.r r r.r r r ,r r ..rto wood. ot the most prominent figures con at r
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>Ior -'- "Well,"
the fruit
replied grower, "I tent poraneous politics. Before Roosevelt -
'eq.111j-\ r.to. e.. ailHIl: K.UIll. .h..l 1880 ,, am not in close touch with politics, or Hughes or any of the others '. ,,
'fif'- but I am with business men. I know loomed up as reformers and fumlga-
' t hat the business men of Florida look ors of the public service Joseph W. Ij Ii' t } g i kli; e
\ upon this matter in a businesslike Folk engaged with the forces of evil 1
way. We believe in an American and won a nation's admiration for his
,, | M. LEONARD & CO. w f
p market for American the zealous of bri
products-In prosecution e-glvers and
h-. l rlnclple of give and take." bribe-takers He started the wave of Cfct Best ana most economical to Us I

flu "Yes, but answer my question dl.< I reform which the short-winded Weaver
, '"T rectly. Do you believe In the idea of of Philadelphia. Roosevelt and COOK FOR THE LABC1.-THE UAPANGSCOIRt. INflCD.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS !:; protection generally for this country: !?" Hughes took up. Hughes and Roose. :FOR: SALE: B yQ. ======

: Yea, I would favor protection, so vet! had a larger field of operations, A. DREKA, DeLand, Fla. R. S. MALEY. Daytona, ,Fla.E. .

I far, of course, as It doesn't work hard- and so they seem larger today than E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, Fla! a
Folk, but__ air the_ Harmtheir, ___ illjUnr.. ,
11, 52 Clinton Street BOSTON, MASS.! ftM \ hip to the people of the country." tlon H --- m ---- n ._. -- .. -_ _____- _.n_
cannot altogether overshadowthe
niG The republicans of the committee, pioneer of the recent school ofluriliers. 1 I miss to "get" him sooner or later. T 3--- l
especially Chairman Payne, here hada Perhaps-who known?-bis defeat was

I We Specialize Fruits and Vegetables /ri rii1f good chance to laugh, and they tookadvantage So the first of the contemporaneousgroup hastened by the antics of other reformers Fruit-Growers: ATTENTION!

of It. of political crusaders falls by whose spectacular methods
I'll "Is that the attitude of the Jacksonville the wayside. He la not necessarilydone were sufficient to weary any set of voters
.;":"'s.-.,.,.........._._._.,.,._'''''._'::'':'''''''''''''''''''''''::-='-'.-;, Board of Trade, from which you fur. A man of his willie hardlyto even those of skeptical a stateas SHIP: : YOUR

just read a telegram?" further ques- be eliminated permanently by de- Missouri.-Courier-Journal.
tloned Mr. Underwood. feat. That he should go down at last i!' -- ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT
Messrs. Bedford Jones and Jack Brod-
Mr. Chase said It was Ie not surprising. It Is the way of the erick were in town from OuLeou Springs ,
"And It's the attitude of allthe pea world to tire of a hero and for ene- the first of the week.
ple of Florida, Isn't It.Mr. Chase!?'" Green Truck
--------------------- j ,, VegetablesTO
pat in Bepresentatlve Boutell of 1111-

PHILIP II four note, republican. "Wivr. S. SWEET & SON, Inc. I -
"Yes,"answered the fruit man after -
a little hesitation. "You see the 89 TO 95 CANAL ST
.....""".............."",......", ,,......,,.....,......................,.....#. people down our way are reforming." PROVIDENCE, R. I. : LORD & SPENCER [BOSTON MASS

This was the occasion for heartier
Ship your laughter than before from the repub- ESTABLISHED i$87
ican side of the committee.
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT When Mr Chase added, as an afterthought Win it OUR EXPENSE for Market and Stencil
that he meant the "thinking Prosperity ReturnsBill

eople"of his state, the merriment of Is elected. You voted for Bill and we voted for Bill;
To. Messrs. Payne, Dal/ell; of Pennsylvania whether It was for Bill B. or Bill T makes no dllTerence now, for the j'
and Boutell became especially ap- result of the election Is not half so important as the fact that the
election Is over; that'a settled feeling has taken possession of the
I. PHILIP E. EDDY PRhodeIslaand I parent."I just wanted to know about it," country and all are anxious to keep the big ball rolling- M G. G. ,MoCLINTOCK &!
In Providence which has held up during the depression as wellas
I aid Mr. Underwood, smiling a little any market in the country, thousands of idle people have gone backto Ib ,t'
himself, "because Florida gave her work, mills are opening, men once again settle back to the satisfaction m| DISTRIBUTOR OP" ALL !al
electoral vote recently for a party of full stomachs, and each of the f SoU.OUO people that are supplied
by this market can afford an orange or a grapefruit for their break. ill mP ,
THE LYON BROS. CO. that At favors this point a revenue Mr. Chase tariff.brought the fast. P CITRUS FRUIT g
We need your Florida fruits. Let us mall you a stencil and keep |
humor to a climax and the political you posted on this market. .
discussion to an end by remarking: WM. 8. SWEET & SON, 111

- 330 Washington St., New York "Well, you see, we don't raise many Providence, R. I.
$n nru
lemons in Florida-not so many as wedo m Early Vegetables
."..."......,... I didn'tlaveany
i oranges-and suppose we i-iRel6 f tl+Ft14.tM6..IFF..............IFitt610a9...... fmtil \.
to give away In the elecIon. -
." ESTABLISHED 1876. 315 N. Front St. PHILADELPHIA''Wf

The principal plea of Mr. Chase,and ill mOJ
FLORIDA also of A. F. Call and E. E. Woodwardof !*! ++**+***. .( \

California, was that the American THOS. NOONEY & SONS ill, W
References all over Florida. Write for Shipping Stencil
citrus fruit trade be protected against
from Cuba by the _" ..... ..... ..... ........... ,.
competition Jacksonville Fla. ,.. ,..
ORANGES, GRAPEFRUITAND maintenance of present tariff! rate, oran .-'r ::= '''''CI.::a ..,...,.,.,.,.,.,.,.......,.,., .... ._._..... ::a._:':II: '\:-

increase. They expressed the
pinion that If properly encouraged COMMISSION MERCHANTSFANCY vv- ssssssssssssssssssssssssssassssssssssssssssssts1.T
fruit of this country -
the citrus growers
VEGETABLES could supply all the demand for T:;: Wm. WEINERT & Co. :W WT =
that product In the country. Protection .
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against the Italian lemons was
Stamps..nd .furnished when requested. especially desired by the California I FRUITS AND PRODUCE

V lemon men.-Washington Star. COMMISSION MERCHANTS..

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'w. s. CROSS 2t CO.Commission H To Get eye Water. :T;: 8. W. 'or. Front and Vine Ste., I'hlladelphla, Pat :W::
Ire Gen. W. It. Marshall, chief of engineers Rubber!Stamps:: and Stencils on application. *

lid' of the United States army, recently a.-free......adle5 ..4Me__....-ttibeRfMRartM1141lia41..FEstablished *:;: ..........,., :
I"v furnished' his estimates for the work
ill; Merchants necessary on rivers and harbors in the' ; SPEOIALTIESa =

"ICfy southern states. The following covers 1876 *:;: FLORIDA'ORANOES' GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES :

i the recommendations for Florida: T:;: PINEAPPLES and FLORIDA VEGETABLES WWI :::

Biscayne bay .37,000; Witnlaooochee ............. .
ISh. SUFFOLK, VA. t l river, SO,000;Apalacbluolabay,$80,000; P. RUHLMAN & COMPANY :;: a. :t

i" .,..........,.... Carra belle bar (73,000; Hillnborongn :;: "Correspondence cheerfully'" answered"IFEFFFFFFiFFFFFFFFFFFFFaFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFfFFFFFF, :=
bay, IIO.OOO;Key West, (50,000; Tampa .
. Florida Oranges Grapefruit -and Tangerines Solicited bay, 129,000; Pensacola (190,000; !Sara-:: 93 Murray Street 2U1 Washington Street -! \ ;

sots bay, (30,000; Apalachicola river. .
,.. ... ..
We Give Careful Attention We Refer by Permission to Including Blaokevate lower river Cnipoln(33,000;river Crystal(20.000 Man.; make epees ciaty; 451FLORIDA'S; ;; ;;" LEADING COMMISSION MERCHANTS"m%
I We a handling .
I I ,and Wlthlaooo-
to all Shipments to Us Geo.M.[ PreYatt, Soil le otn Aclote, Snwannee .
oboe rivers, (34,500; Indian river,(0,000;
Klssimmee,-(5,000; Ocklnwaba, (6.000; CITRUS FRUITS i VINZANT & ALBRECHT CO.

Orange(3.000;St.Johns river (647,000: .
Volant bar, (5,000; Choctavratchee. -i>RINCIP ALL Y- S :WHOLESALE: t.
...........M"1M 1M artaelrMwn. -M> I IIM..21Mftr tl...v. (10,000;Eacambia and CoDeolib. 10000. =
and '
ESTABLISHED B84 For the fiscal year ending June 80, Oranges Grapefruit PRODUCE :t
1910: Under the continuing contract .
24 Tears' E Experience Selling Florida Oranges Jacksonville given(315.000 and Pen. We would be pleased to.hear from growers = ', .=
aoote".$140,000. Savannah II'given wishing to use the New York Market S AND !

.QJERRI&H BROTHERS: (400.000( ;Ghattahoochee river (380,000. .
t : --w.v._< .. _".w..._..Id__ i .GENERAL ,COMMISSION MERCHANTS I
S -54 Commercial St., Boston, Mass. __ U .
ORANGE-GROWERS' OPPORTUNITY! Paid In Captltal $30,000Established I...
COMMISSION MERCHANTSMembers Orange shipments from Crescent City I
for the post two weeks have been very 1= 1903 .
I .of National League Commission I Merchants of U. 8 heavy, and'the Williams McCormick = I'U t

Reference: The Item, 4th National Hank Boston. aubbs & Co.," Cho* and other large ,CHASE & COMPANYthe i! .
; WaITE US FOR STENCILS.a !: packing houses have been employing an largest and foremost packers aad shippers of fruits and vegetables = I 1 "
,: KlorlUs have recently erected a commodious pnoklng-hotina in De. = JACKSONVILLE, the metropolis of,Florida, afforda a good .
... iMBFiNl ., way."nt.
........M. t> laborthat cam* their I'I'I
.. the ,
....iltftt M. ..aM* will Land equipped with tbel..t..t and best pscklnir-houHe machinery and S market for South Florida fruit and vegetables,and we are In ,
I likely that theee heavy shipments solicit, the custom ol the growers of Ibis swtlo.,guaranteeing good eer. I"'
FFifFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFtAa FFFFF4t FFFFeFFFFFFFFFFFFFe r continue until Christmas by which time vice and honest dealing. / = a position to secure top prices and make prompt return: We: ..
been forwarded They offer to the growers, for the puking and marketing of their are located on the maiastreet, hate three city salesmen who -
; !TOP PR.IOES FOR YOUR the balk bf the crop willhave the services and sdvanuxes of an organisation brought to Its f
11 ; product : 'work:the trade every day; and we can dispose of all fruits and I.I
little .
: ,-rThe market showed AI nigh state of ettolenov by /ears of experience.An '1
present .
OrB.lge.Sr! Grapefruits r Tangerines! ) andEulj\ vegetableswhen 5 lamp In Nw, York lust week, though Inspection of their new packinghouse atlMLand demonstrates 1 ,produce quickly and to.the very best advantage. r 'Of'
far realised''have been better III..painters' ink their l..o IIt1... for the I proper banOUng ot the i= '. "f;. \
I to"HEWITT.. If you are not doing J the price so fruit at this snd. iI .
.hipped write to them at once. quite satisfactory\ to those local grower ,
House Ji
$ builnes with this who have refused to sell their trait: 'I command the highest prIce. la all the market. They do not dependhowever 'j'ftt"' "
under.-.,tQ all CIM 8,th_ .,101) upon the reputation of their.. brands. ... for results,buihave .. "I= Corretpoodeoc aolloltedi ...,.;. "
; CO. the box or a flnely organised'sad experienced pe. i : 10 I '
: ii i HIEWITT Ic I !growers nave bad returns which emphasised seated. by men of experleiHM and ability in all of the pdnolpallu.r-lot. RBfIR'o"B! "" .*r uy JokMn*HMM.ta JiVlNZANT ; r)"
their fruit ,market In the United Btas *and C.."' .. Their mMoaVw..at Jaok.aoi.vllle
MERCHANTS i their wisdom In selling ,I*In dally oommanlcaUon by wire with these sale agenU,and &, ALBRECHT COMP2VV / >",""f'1JOo.U8
$ PRODUCE.COMMI8SIOM h tt ha alsobrrinW oondltlon In ill market This mult i :
1 FBUir;ANO la>.'Iod\) ,Jyprapefr I* kept oonitMUy in tomb with .
Baltimore, Did.W' and t ngerlnep f I In proper distribution, which Is one of the isason why Chas 4 ..:Jj t 310 E .c mJen St., 1 good prices;, .retnrns M the grower are the best. I{ ; r rNNIIIIINIIIINIINIIIMMIgININ
pfsfsr.ua: This' ra ,g aad_ikossaada -I PIea..d Skipper', 'In Flofjdsk .:. ., .terage 'else and well colored' havbrought 87 permlwUa we refer t.are W..111. Field, Jr.: .ws. ... -
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WALK- :: No matter how far you look you'll never .

: see better clothes than we sell. .You don't

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e have to take our word for .it ; somebody else

,t' 0 VER may offer "the best clothes made and you ,

1 I 1 e may think his word as good as ours. These ; s TJ

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t: Hart Schaffner & Marx a '

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Ladies' and clothes, and that settles it; for all-wool quality '
..$ ,, ,

for style, for excellence of tailoring and

Children'sSHOES correctness of fit, there's nothing to match \ r "' :' rt .

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them. ( ..117,
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and fabrics '".'
i The new colors and patterns

.. are fine ; snappy styles and models, clothes M ,{ :

Stetson HatsEverything for every wearer and every taste. I,

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L NEW in :::: Suits $18 to -$30Overcoats

.. $15 to $25 t arytlikt ree ..

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1 Ii'it.}:k: 'U I.lp I. V. .b M. FOUNTAINVOLUSIA .




COUNTY RECORD. The Democrats all over the DeLand has so far escaped the Full returns of the recent state THANKSGIVING AT DELAND.

t country want some explanationfrom barnstorming theatrical companies election, from all counties, have
Tammany as to why New : that are playing;"The Devil"in reached Tallahassee. Gen.\. Gil- All Business Suspended and the Day

I Entered Moond In Class the matter.Poatoffloe at DeLand, Fls., York city cast a Republican majority other parts of the state. christ received the highest; vote Generally Observed I 1o 1T t mow !
r a. for the first time in its his- cast. It was 33,030. That of his -
f"r tory. leading opponent, Cheney, (Republican Yesterday the day appointed by the
B. E. PBEVATT, Editor*Proprietor. Will many of the papers please president for the people to give thanks' Now Is the time to do your Building.Don't .
Andrew, Carnegie, the steel hold up now on that extra session ), was 6,453; Pettigrew to a kind Providence for the blessings
wait till Summer
of the ? The (Socialist! ) received 2,047. Frank. coming to them the youcan't
;: don't is legislature; governor past year nave generally :
'A tariff for magnate advocate
r revenue seem !: a very strong -,
Clark in this the second observed the DeLand get labor. Let us bid on
he sees no necessity for calling congressional ; people.All your
i to take with the American of tariff reduction, and is says I
t district, received business waa suspended for the day, Builders' Material and Hardware before -
I the members together, and 10,726
} voters.. willing that steel (in which he family renninna held and Thanksgiving I
'I \ has made millions) be placed on this should settle the agitation. while O'Neal (Republican) dinners enjoyed. The day wag passed Prices go up again. We have on
I There will be no extra session Of course, this action of the chief ceived 2,552; Jackson (Socialist) quietly. Union services hand
the free list. I were held in _
1, of the legislature,thanks to Gov. executive will knock some out ofa received 862. All the eons'titu.tlonal the evening, the sermon being delivered

Broward. Charles W. Morse, the multi job, but they can stand i it as amendments were defeat. by R... Harris, of.the Southern Methodist Several Carloads
ed by majorities from uhnrob.: A baseball name wee 'witnessed -
i well the These ranging
f' nialleet'man'that millionaire who is to serve fifteen as tax-payers.
About in
: afternoon by a large
years at hard labor in the federal I parties who want a legislative 6,000 to 7,500.
crowd, and the
came recent country ooetnme dance
out of the : political
\ r.. battle. is Tom Watson. prison in Atlanta, gets what bun job..must. now begin .to make given at the Putnam at night nnder,the of the following;: Lime, Plaster Paris, Vulcanite -

f: dreds of others deserve, but who plans to get such jobs at the reg To date about 80,000 boxes_of auspices of St. Barnabaa quill was a Oement, Eagle Cement Plaster, Sewer Pipe,
The Floridian makes some ugly, haven't been caught. ular session to convene next oranges, grapefruit and tangerines big success, many being present especially Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" Kooflng. .
charges in connection with the April. have been shipped from De- of the younger set.

Pro late, -Jacksonville, 'carnival... ,This is a great year for the or Land by the Atlantic Coast:'Line, one The, and day the was Thanksgiving a lovely Indian spirit sammer was Stanbarfr J plumbing[ Goobssold
.J ange growers of Volusia county. The New England; Shoe and and from Beresford by the (HydeLine. everywhere in evidence.

':Anna Gould denies that'sb 1 Ie The growers'on 'the west or St. I Leather Ass'n is making a fight: This is about one-fifth.of The'DeLand and Volnsla county people or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron,
to! secure a divorce. But who Johns side 'of the county, fromOsteen I before the Tariff Investig'atingCommittee the crop that will be shippedthis had good'cable*'giving thank Wheelbarrows
"; agree; whether.she does or. not? north to Seville,will bank! to have the 15 percent season from these two eta and joyously participating In the festivities Hardware'from. the. cheapest, to
i of this national holiday. Oar people the be t. '-v t .,. .. .. '. .
... nearly a half million dollars for duty removed from hides. tions. hot more than half the
: ;John have enjoyed the blessing of good
; Temple Graves has been their present crop. Should this association succeed, crop will be marketed by Christ; health and they never were more prosperous J"i'\o.. ,

promoted by Hearst to editorin.c will the price of shoes be' coneepondingly inas.. The'.market_ is holdingfupwell than they have been the present Watts & Miller[Cd
ie.f of the,,New. .YorkAmerieaJ.1' We mast confess we 'cannot reduced? I and none are receiving less year. The farmers made good crops, a
understand why.the Florida press than $1 per box on the tree for bountiful orange crop Is being marketed (Incorporated) i
d'Oroker the'exTarn. and business In
all channels has been
wants a southern man for the The newspaper men of Floridahave their shipments so far for good I
many chief, is in this country for good throughout: the year. The!laborer
Democratic nominee for had much to be thankful for colored fruit.
presi and
mechanic too,
joined in the
W a six months'stay, end will spend happi- -
dent next time. Have in prosperous s clue and
they all year now nets pleasure of the event, for
the-winter in the south. some particular man they.want ing. Thanks to bur primary system Mr. O. P. Setzer; of ,High work for them baa been abundant every

to see slauphtetedWauchula; (which nearly all of us have Springs! Hornet fame, is now con week and month of the year.
i\, A:city of.60,000,inhabitants is Advocate. kicked about), the candidates nected with the Perry Herald, From a financial point of vlew, ... .
'I what the people? ; of Jacksonville well as the blessing of good health, our
: after several years' absence from
Droved Drofitable
a very. cron. ,
people yesterday want in the next census, and '
,t>: me is likely to have it. Gov. Broward says he won't And, now,, as we look over ourexchanges the state. We' hope to read some happiest Thanksgiving; in all their live CHECKING ACCOUNTPLACE
t J..i very yr : e call an extra'session of,the legislature and note the reckless more of those unique, philosophical -'s I _
r A jiumberof theatrical ,"and the'Lake City Index abandon'with which 'so many o' "Setzerisms" which ;made Son Brother big show will exhibit at
!! compa
the Hornet famous. DeLand oo' Saturday afternoon' and
perlistently'inRists that he them are giving pianos, we
a nieuregoing-broke will. away YOUR
( night, December Uth.;' This; Is of
'" andj.they &il to see ,the era of| It remains to be seen who knows wonder prosperity> 'provided by" .the Republicans. the; governor's';'badness 'best- Truly we have much to be There Is a war on la New Drleao with people will get their money'.*worth if YOU WISH TO PAY YOUR BILLS ,
himself or -the- Lake City. thankful for!11, "nta.. Now let me,tell yon b<>W.to p4eo k they attend. 'They have been at De- ., ;: t.
,. ____ _. these troublesome in Lee
'H '?.' pests cqnntr. Land several time, and everybody'enjoyed .
; "prophet. Juet take good l. etrontf dry ]lime){ .and Draw' : Check
{ With jtwo.snchstalwart polio The St.' Petersburg; Independ sirs freely on ibelyes and around|table It It Is bigger than ever before o.n.Us:

eargiants-as<< )! W.JV Bryan and T. .The'orange growers i fot Florida ent-is advertised for sale, price legs him: and and ether he won't places.If to there.You-Cbockolos-dOD'. need with many new attractions.. '

:? J. Appleyard exhibition at the are making a determined fight to 10000.( In the,'advertisement; kee" and' 'NeedbelpiCor- F$:;Myers Press.. ; ;: 'It, will act as a receipt;. Itwill} -/' ,.
.' d :
"f" .
the statement; is1' made1' that then !;
fair it retain the tariff irn- q
Tamp will be worth present on .
The city council If nothing: better can more businesslike. It willimpress'
miles to ported oranges and have profits"frpm"the'businesaTperyear ; :
ing; Bee.Qov they no be had should flx op the rplonroom -
better friend to this end than are;,|8,811S.:'a. clean ,up.'of at the council bnlldjnif/ for, a resort and A6EHCY.'We your: creditor. It'*
leaenrvr."w for vUiioi-s. thU. tutor. '
Hughes,. in ;his, sworn Mr. Chase, who has dozens'of over 50 per cent pen year,on an This was done a few winter" ago u and a will please us to "
r. statement,;: aay.' "his candidacy ,i backing' houses, scattered ove? Investment of''$10,000. Here,is tonrist club was organized: there with a still represent the Leading serve you.
h iot '' dud' membership of about fifty, meeting American, ''Fire Insurance t .
; : ; him f 100,, Mr. Chanler, the.range: belt., ,a fortune' for some newspaperman there every day to pas the hoars pleasantly Compfr. '
his ,defeated opponent, ''says he who has not been' so fortunate I In game,' ooD9er".ttou. etc., and nies;.among which,is. the, Tj'jTETNA '

:spent.. over, $7,000.;; ,John D. Rockefeller, the richest as Bro.' Powell., ;But the of they the appreciated oonncll in this providing effort on 81 i the o) / OF'' HARTFORD VOLUSIA COUNT.Y'BA'NK; ;'

.t,:;:" .. man' in ithe- .world, I who has question[ arise., what i upon earth which to spend, _the Idle. boor ,. PAI"j' "
That does 'wish'' II'" .' ? { '': t i ;peonage caserinJNewf ; woaroELthe: witness stand before Mr. Powell to disposeof ,
f,1' Xork- against employers 'of.th New York such business for? Joe Walton, tti.negro'jagaiutt whoma' : 1 :., DeLand, Florida
; a
; > It federal court4n ; says paying trna bill for, manslaughter was returned I 'DwaUlngs) tnd Contorts t SpacJa.ltl'I
U al't.fe ,.pat his company started with cap. Probably he has' made all'' the by the reotnt grand jury and hU j Capital *" KSuniu
'Compare''our :h> ) $SQ.ooi r'1S'oog' I j
.r// who ial-of caw turned over to the 'orlminal oonrt mpreheoliV1 ,
""HOtlgh t4,000. profits\ 'of the money he wants, and intends"tbpend was before the soars Monday- have and liberal "Forms" ] m ,* M ,w
-, ..t acgmt"t the Standard have'teen nears three i'year or air in' Europejorxpects' his bond died for his appearance at the A. DJ Ut&Utf Ira,,.) I. K Co.nf} "'C'.'Nj.. ?J.VI. .Ul i
,': 1J: ) J. b :iJJ, narters'of a bllllotjldplldrl; durgtha to make:.a, tour of the fixed December the bond term al of 13.300.the court.: and Joe The Is court still E r" ;HAYWARD' ;; i iJ7 J WH4.

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= .. FeeWe-M/mfedness./ "Home, Sweet Home." A TENDERFOOTS REVENQE. ,. 'DESERi, ", PERlb.4 '
'The I ""' I A "
problem of the ) FEDUlI
bal baa There are many happy homes, thank !' -, STOAYOF'TDE; : [ ....', .. J .
.$ JAMES tWU; HODGES the thorough Investigation God In every community<1 when Bully of New Mexl.Town Had the 'rM''v.df7rck&ir''WMes1.'.l'USW' Veath
given ..
as In the report of the Engllah they exist there goes,oat from'':them a Tables) Turned ."h'Hm.! 'YaIt.'Pe.l." ;"" "
Representing: Royal Commission this r .I...., '
The year.. blessed influence which :can" hardly be The aver se tenderfoot-Is DOt a cow ngo"Ugeni(' uo'',-0'p.Ii''JI,..9,.. I'.i",..,'LLJu.J."""''fvY n "' ",W!"....""
feeble-minded do not. In gen ral. overestimated. "\. real home.'With'"' a ard.: He simply 111)1"1'1101'' ezperl-: One f"the"Str I of era. ,'In prv 8lBgj Isu b,4I'eaI'7i;and! (arid
J JOHN B. .DRAKE & CO. the commission, concludes, come to their mother In It." whose hospitable doors .. An Illustration' of/this fact occurred 'the. Yuma Indians., wastes" .. 'tIM. fur. famed'Death.. valley
luck of mind frbm hnrUtaryinflneoee down In New Mexico: severalrears' I arises1' mm' Jgnomntfe'as "t6"th'haz''aete'Ofth
are ever open to those not w> cleaned. Isawonderfnl"power '
Established 1870. The world of charity and of charitable ,; .ago.' One 'day .a> pale.looklSg, ih Mdtht"bciolS"thf"Waternthi1'ns&!
for It the ;
Institutions Is fall of the theory that the good. thin and sickly young man alighted CAUSE'OF' THE GR T STORM' 11'e!'' 1.. j -
boys and
Commission xlrla are modal I wsloom8'.tbey' I .
,.J .. .Merchants-. feeble. :fYota-'tna train'.nd put up at the lit- l'bS'' ot'Jener. ,
8.J are apt to come from will\ not be slow to ,I I"'''i.'
tell It, and there will je adobe hotel Denial-Spring*. Tbe '""h:1t: ,. tndirr4.6 w'i:: tin'fler -
feeble-minded h
94 S. Market St., Boston, Mass. parents bat the evidence be an'attraction In '' '' =
the the sweet amenities' andarfoot-walked up 'to the bar and The Tipping Up .f' We"EHKH'(6auisitha a' ttuutri.1 iuonI| tvanlTfo no!'! nch
.$ expert opinion and the sclenldao of'bome'-wb.lcb' will' draw' tbem'froirf called' for a' bottle" cf soda pop. D.lug.. Whish 'Engulf the 'hIs* Jrifolar bW'''tIIJnt.. when"Be' ccmeW
Highest Market PrIces/ Realized for Good; Frull. Returns Made Daily./ Car facts gathered by the Boyish commission other and lens holy influences. It Is not "Taint'allowed td''4r1n1C? that sorto* ,World-lrho'Myeterlo.Ufo. nd iheEscape )L''JW1fr.jf! : :, ,water. ;'.4lear

.-A. Lots Specialty.' ConsIgnments/ ( / fZIIduce Exchange Boston Mass.Reference. me in most cusses the children of- men Irdnbte to,bd'always merry. It is'o.irtte jriwiwaat Iii''II' 'ltUf'4lrlbJtft' reel llaaor.tfr..Barbeepert difficulty bese.trulned'tromdrinkth'
and women of *et>o .'plson for To'''this1 day? the'ar at deluge recorded : ttb3"Ioft13dridlih4'' ) om-
average/ intelligence. possible ,
., to be always' nrid kindU.thvhuHlDwidonrevefTthe /
Fourth N.tkmiU Bank; BostanKSosaluhNatlonal lovlnf, "
e... and any mercantile.agency. Bank. Oaweico. N. Y.J Through some law. not yet understood Athan-and this young feller. "You havsMbe'bst In the Bible la 'a mystery to..the North.American panlon." ,",who. know*,, hatn-pne ))4ratt
rot m.,1) replied -teridtartobt, "and wlu,.,probably cause,,lMttou It" not
the of Indian.I fle'wi1T t'J"'I-A :
oflsprluR those DO
fall and
able. thVaever enrtlng struggles of tile mother ril have to drink the stuff but I hope 'fatar'Hlnaw." 'nta'.......t lt "for *U Its
minded reverts by some slip or,change with dirt and disorder f'Cookingastt.! 'thai tlmemaT"come when I can make to believe that the'flood wis' brou l4' .. iUi"" "" .")'/ .;' .'4"" '. 1oaded:
8 alns' 'Pl'l'f... 1'f!! 'l'r [ !
to the weak '' : '* about by the of man. nail\ 1' -
undevelopedmind ing, ItTmintr'-lttxl'' niflndinn'roannot' be you drink my> chetosv of liquid. with, arnenlo! aud many a man baa lost
ot the dim pant, to the mind of banished thayocan be wondeTftjllJn. toned
animal upa, rudimentary men and unv- down by the loving sympathjn and nelt> gulped; down the'WhlskylK Bandy bad the Work of an'ahirry (}0/1/ as ha-could ><)I n Jf'! U'Vlter in
age. from whom civilized man de c..nd.. '' which pitch! member of. thus household lad Bts-wty about lt,*>and he made Bo not see'how tha"'Almighty sh'ould be'soubjnat' the''dtiwert ttat to Ate t to'dink Is, foul
E tabll hed 30 Yean effort to- comprehend tHa'yague remark as' to Indians ''of '.
Neither does the family poverty drink can and "Bb ald'give 'tie-'the 6ther. A 'punish the tooklng 'and inhabited' bf bG..nd
or dissipation by the child I ot the stranger. The tenderfoot left America '!ot"' tha"- &:/ dg'htfthiu I. of. ] a sdaies.Wbett! toO"'eomtl.'tI)'"1'1''DlJJildr'
\ stunting home where the golden rnlo 'Is lived ie. '
for rencb> down tbe Peeos the next '
a 6f' people'acto the Ani p-ctol! 'o hX\ : sart ca''oV''w'hIofi'netctsare \ : ::!|
the race s ocean. \ !
I bring feeble-minded person. The the nearest. possible approsth-) heaveilVTbMUV'Coiua8 day|
Ship I to Hartford Conn.A after the Incident In the saloon, reason1 which1 hdkI'ff'itfl'' disporting themselves.' however repulsive -
child Is born deficient and the .
deficiency > 'all too ootiuwbennitb' ami he':.... fomottan-'antlUbtrt ftir- 1t'-D1ay"ber both to'the bye and
Good cornea bPfore and not after birth This household ill pCRtterttde boys and noon more than s year afterward a difficult foi'tb. Indian to believe'that iMt4"yor. .. *...itim.punht .
New England MarketMARKS I the flood a'panl.ehment' to tha .< J
Is not the usual belief or conolaelon. girls alaal girls no longer-are gone to strong healthy looking young man was ; dee"ltlIt.a looks ... a man will
: world la the fact thatwith' him therela
Bnt the English Royal Commission make homes for themselves elsawherejwrhenHOue l'' rode op to' the hotel on a broncho who Is CrSll7'"ith thirst produced. by
has rounded facts this entxject dropped the bridle reins upon the no sin. In his language there Is no th4 miMmtf'' Ultdll '\\1 ,' nieWlleaa1! .00."
BROTHERS np on ) perhaps) are laid away from i :I"
ground and dismounted. He bad the such word,' nor dCleI' h !tped to be l' In '
us never before. There Is innchi to our night) ont of reach of kind words or lppearanc4 of a typical; young man lot punished for any of hIs acts. .W.Ba1tlliV

37-39 Church Street iiuw tba it Is right in concluding that ,helpful deeds. Happy ar we if no sorrowful tbe range.' ''Hla face was bronzed and But though there' no equivalent to '
the feeble-minded are accidents tile thoughts bannt us, or hasty his eyes clear! and penetrating1. "low. the word sin In the Indian languagenor THE'xlikD"; '

WANT 'variations'1 or "reversions" to earlier words and!nn kind deeds' If only pleas.autmemorle" a fellow a debt wblcb' I'bel....' I'' will ( In the Indian mind until the l'-j) ril -. -"* J *-, i ai.1-
tages. I remain We may if our pay right-now" the stranger '.. & Christians '"came), the Indians bare Their Counterpart'I Cnn4' '.$*.' Pound

Being so from birth they must, when means alluwm..k.our. homes> beautiful No soon.r bad he mad the.remark their"philosophy: ir1'repnl''to what jla "(I ..' '" ''AIItJi'Wr1.. .
Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples I commonly sd '"termed. Some of 'tbirteacberk"1hhst The edge of the wOrld1t' WcB a'tVmg
oand, be taken given special training)- od-Mttraotiver-nm il is well to' do so, than he walked off In the direction of '
Bandy, who had his In -his right of whom claimed to may bit, lIes hardly a'rifle shot awayfrom
gun .
and separated through life as, unfit for Bnt without the of home.' It
true spirit '
have been tha J t'
ALSOT VEGETABLES IN SEASON hand and was firing It Into the air taught philosophy' $ one of the C8nters"of) the worldIfselfthe
ha life of today just as men and worn- will be a cheerless and desolate mockery every few stuD The stranger, approached Ufa and Ita laws 'dtr ctly by"'disem- : : city''of Mew '!ork.' ..

We can handle carloads to advantage. Low rates via Clyde Line. eu frODl,tba earlier stages of human de- while the bainblent cottage. where Sandy pulled Us gun and bodied spirits. or by ethereal beings The Palisades' those .mighty,'Valla
etopmeuD, to-which they are a sad return love dwells and kindness reigns may unceremoniously dragged tbe bully 1IP from other planets) taught that >s whereon the-annals of tie cantnrlea
References: Bradatreet'a, Dun's' Agency or would lie' nnflt. The feeblemind.ed most beautifully exemplify the sweetness to the saloon and leC him In that fash- man lives here ao Is his life hereafter.If are graved-what an edge" of the world

First National Hank: of Hartford Conn. though their birth-rate Is low are I and blessedness of home.-Paliu Ion up to the bar. 'Get' me a pan of he I Is Quarrelsome or warlike heie. thefr'ltp"! presents' to 'him Who oomea,
I so be will be In tbe more spiritual lowever, onoe they are in exiatenoe: thaommlmlon Beach News. water and set It upon the floor he ,
said to the barkeeper. If he Is tler ne"and' contented here, so elevation! In no other place other than
dude in peril of continuing a.
.... M / !The order was" complied with, Sandy be ''win be tber.; etc this near proximity to man and one! of
: -----l heir kind, nniess separated from the Tbe long.tal hod-of ,Cuban electionswere standing there meekly wondering what The doing,' as described by the few\ his greatest cities could a physical feature

H. A. McMULLEN outer world.-Philadelphia,( Press held on last Saturday and resulted was going to happen to him. "Now, who were miraculously saved'waa the' so profoundly vast and Impressivebe

I.- In the election of Gen. Jose Gomez to get down on the floor and drink water more grandly terrible la that It OMItS so hidden: from' the world,, ,Their
I Representing A Christmas Blotter. tbe presidency by a majority of about out of that pan like a dog" the former on suddenly.' From! the highlands occupied counterpart cannot be found In all the

"With two large sheets of blotting p ll' 75,000 The United States troops will tenderfoot ordered. Sandy at Scat refused by the Indiana they saw the world and yet the Palisades are almost

per of contrasting colors and an ordl- be withdrawn dnrinir January and Feb. ,' but wben the stranger, begun waves of the sea sweep In upon the unexplolted and unknown to the'glob'
R. '
E. : twirling his gun around on lila foreflli- land and recede only to advance with circling, hunting public that yearly "-
nary little calendar pad may he mad aa mary and then In about a year and a and said the order must be obeyed Immensely Increased 'volume and stUpendously traverses tba continents or seas'to'

xtremnlY auefnl gift," says Woman'a. half there will be another revolutionand gee the cowed fellow unlimbered and lay huge breakers. Then diem gaze at things less wonderful In some

Commission Merchant : Home Companion for December. "Out Uncle Sam will have to spank tbe down upon the floor and began drinking name a terrific storm that seemed 4o distant field of nature's marvelous

of the large blotters cnt twelve Small queen (of the Antilles) 1I.1l..ln.-llllrtow. I water out of the pan.-Denver Field blow from' all and In all directions. achievements, for.litte does any one

ones of uniform size, about ten by fdnrnches. Courier-Informant and Farm. The storm"caused'huge' waterspouts' know of ,these, titanic, walls"who. baa
312 Washington Street, New York Paste a 'month' from the wind l. S. which appeared over the wild ocean merely seen them from the Hudson.

Members ot the National League, ar, one on each small blotter add as far as the eye could see. The terrified Were they."somewhere off In a land
Gov.-elect Thomas R. Marshall of In. WATERLOO. people fled to the mountains but comparatively Inaccessible! :reached bya
A SPECIALTY' with the colors alternating. Keep the diana, declared before and during the these were all sdon-'td be''submefBed.with transcontinental'' of steel, the
FLORIDA .FRUITS AND_ VEGETABLES wive together by tying/ ribbon around late campaign that he would receive on The Immutability of the famous Old the exception of one This mountain guidebooks Would be rich' In'thehr pictured -
them, wif(h} pretty bow on top. Each money from any one as a contribution Bsttloflsld J. which alone remained uncovered grandeur and man would'rove

We Solicit a Share of Your New York Shipments month a freuu. blotter, way be slppedfrom tIP to wever.his campaign sent in expenses.14,000 auainvt His friends bin pro' One of the most striking features ota by the flood Is called1 ATes-bellah far to explore tham.-FhUlp Yerrll

under tbe ribbon and tbe month's test. This amount be baa returned since visit to the battlefield of Waterloo (Mountain'of the Moon)', :yet today It I" Ulghela In Harper's Magacin

REFERENcEs: : Irving National Exchange Bank New York; Bradetreet calendar Is right at hand. Bed and the election. It is seldom\ that a politician today Is the Immutability of the entire not a very high mountain. .. '
and Dun agencies; the trade everywhere green blotters tied with red ribbon area stands so strictly by his promises. scene In which one of the greatest bottles For awhile before'the !mountains became Superstitions' .f' Stage Folk., "
Christmas combination." Now if Gov. Marshall will return PX of history' took place. Notwithstanding submerged there was 'a great A stock actor la apt to havej a
.... ... >>II _.........NM....... ___MMIi@MM.. > Ce. Gov. Taylor to Kentucky to be tried by the many years that I have calm and a dense' fog covered the prejudice against 'decorating'or fixing

the courts for complicity' in the Goebel! passed since the memorable day of earth. Then suddenly a mighty; boat np''his dressing room.: He la"certain
More and more aa we grow we appreciate murder bo will earn .still more the respect June 18, 1315 the entire scene of the appeared to the awed view of tbe Indians. to get bis notice shortly' after he puts
....._ ......._. .... ...... ..::a._ ::; ..,............:.:;aa.: the liner tralu that are in human of the country. Bqt it is not like battle remains unchangedand .
: practically and wall and otherwise
It stopped at his the
:oa':..:;""' :..,:;.a.,.-=:''.:;:;:a'j-; ......::I'-;::=.....=:. iii:::J.---J:: ..... natnra. Men going out Into life ne\ier ly that the present governor of Ken approached pictures on '
? untouched and tbe
IfJ. forget tbe mother who stays at home tacky who IS a Republican. will make very buildings the several mountains still uncoveredby makes the place comfortable and
.#\ _ and who baa presented to them a nature tbe demand for Taylor'. extradition around which the tide of battle surged tbe waters,'and at each point whereIt homelike. Actors and managers both
;,," A. ERICKSON JJ. C. BtSHSELL( \,/ with a reason dominant with a high Fartow Courier-Informant. the fiercest, save for tbe necessary restorations < toucned.'as; if 'guided by' Invisible Intelligence. hare a horror of the witch lines In
moral sense, with refined and sweet af- of the'damage' they lustalqed :" the Indians;''as' if'obeying "Macbeth: ," and they never will allow
m W action, with taste with patience amdenUeDe. In the conflict, remain exactly '.. an unspoken but potent command' en- them to be spoken as It means a II...
Q ;J. A. ERICKSON & CO. [ .... with self sapriflce and with The British Drum they were nor has Mid \\P.P.m disinterested A wan may' fro: It U absolutely true that the British of building or progress-marred the historic The boat rested first at a place called is over. Sir Henry' Irving waa
., through all the world l. be may ran public goes to the theater to be amused geld Avee-qua-lul (mountain peak, now Ft- a firm believer In this sapenrtltltlon,
8 branch every ptRlee of llif and dlarte- not to be instructed It considers thatIt The battlefield of*' Waterloo Is au lot Knob on the border' of Mexico. and bo would never allow' the fateful

- 1 .. U! be lei.cannot but there efface will be Living one picture or dyln I but. pays Ita money to be amused and It open undulating stretch of good farming There waa' a mesa on the top of this lines to be read when be was playingthe .

(( \'! here will rise np before him like.a. sullenly resents the presence of any land. On the day of the battle the\ mountain'', though at this day It does tragedy I know many players
\fl uorniuir star the bwtnty of that rcmeiln powder In the lam. It Is when this attitude -. greater 'part of |It walt coVered"' With not exist,'dnd on this mesa tbe Indians who fear to have any one pass themon
It'S: bered iioo.lEBBii which IIH CHlled motli- cbnqges that the great renaissance crops! of rye: wheat, barley and oats. Drat celebrated th'elr deliver:" This a stairway when they are enteringa
,ti r."-Wont Palui Bench News. .,of the British drama will arrive.-Lon- and the same crops are still grown they did by playing'-satfreoT"'' ', theater. There are'many actors who

& 1! -- .-- don Graphic. there each season. The field Is Intersected chanting .sacred'SDBga.-ete. On rocksat make the sign of the cross before they
> ---- ----- -r- by two highroads branching at the foot of this peak there are hiero make an'entrance.-Chicago Tribune
I",1" Hospitality. Mont' St. Jean, the one 'on the right glyphics' -In'' an' uSnawd' 'ladgua

I,,' \ vU)/ "TJse one teaspoonful of this cocoa In leading to Mvelles while that on the which aclme of the-Indiana believe were. Where 'TTi.y Forgot.
\ \ L > Tutt'sPistimulate hot water .very day. The can will last left which lay In the center of both made by those who survived the flood. "Once hi tbs rooms of the Fabian

UJJ5 / tftlrty\ days." armies led southto Genappe, Char- Petrified driftwood Is till to be seen society overlooking the fresh green
: E ,But suppose there's company lerol and :Namur. Upon the crest of two-thirds the distance up the sides of slopes of the Law Court garden In

W/ : \. .miss'" the ridge which formed the flrst of the Avee-bellah which drift the Indiana London, I heard George Bernard Shaw
S bl the TORPID LIVER} "Why then of course, use more howater. allied positions a crossroad runs east: say wes deposited by. tbe waves of the express his thoughts ,about English
'."1. it!.' ,__-.''- _. __ ... nculatc strengthen the the bowels dlgeitlve and arc un4 .'!-Fllegende Blatter.AdvsnUa aud west. Thin. rood, on approaching' gteat flood. public schools," said a Chicago editor.
m., \l- equaled as en'ANTIBILIOUS the spot where the "Lion of Waterloo", The Indiana,'having rested for a time "lIe attacked.these schools. ,'He sold
'T' ", of Position. now stands ran through a cut in-the' en' th,' mOUntain'pehk'afaln'entered: : you learned' nothing in them. He told
...NEW.ORGANS: Estey, Bridgeport t Carpenter iti MEDfCINE, "Where have *you been all afternoon rrest some twelve to fourteen'feet! the boat and were". 'eastward, of a young" peer to 'whom' a certain
Edison Colum- la malarial districts: their virtue* deep and it was this' point that was eventually 'to a tnnall"" valley. 'Here master at Eton said:
i\, NEW TALKING MACHINES: vl/ widely recognized., a.In they frcclnilthe post t""Music recital." known after the battle. tbe'UoflowRoad they again-Tested-mnd-; leaving '''I am'a.hamect 'of"1on."onable'towork
hall pluiio
q,> bia Victor Zonophone. NEW SEWING : W iv. > MS.ystin pevulUr from properties. that poison 1010.canty "Infernally' -tiresome wasn't It?" Some 000 yards to the sofatn- the boat, they wandered from one placeto out so simple a problem- YonI'10un"cl" '

./ sugar coated. "Not at nil. I was the p' \nlst"- east of the "Lion" Is the firm of. La another after a time returningtothe brother did It correctly an
J} MACHINES : New H'!\.,;, Ie'i') Tok No ''Substitute. Chicago Tribune. Haye Salute while about 000 yardsto valley. To their surprise. the boatwna hour ago.'
if\ the southwest stands Hougonmont; .. __ _anna---. _It_ au1i1 n___ twit_, hAve__ _floated__n_ .. 'I am sorry ,,glr,' the boy replied,
ijfk,; Standard and others. HARNESS made toO \\t the old chateau farmhouse outbuildngs wayforth"landwaa dry 'whereou 'but yon must remember that my
t | walled garden and orchard, which they had"left' '1C; the"Bobd bro'tncr hasn't;'been: at,Eton'aa, long aa
/, order. Ui' played such an important 'part In the sided after a great caltn' t'lfe'wafera. I have/"-Washington 'Star."

,1'\' I fate of the day. These buildings are Tbe boat"could TJofua>e 'crumbled to
MUSIC HOUSE UIq '! KLICKBR BROS nearly 800 ;years old and were built pieces, for there bad nor been time for dot Full Weight
w, D LAND U:, with a vew to their defense. aa'manyold Its dee y;"'Th i could only ,conclude Sir" sage the aggrieved customer,

\ Ui. TailorsFour stone loopholes still to be found that(! the nuyaterio'ut'boat, having fulfilled approaching the bookseller' "I have
m.H;. tioneia HAYNES BLOCK.-' Merchant testify. Robert Howard BosaelT la its' mUslon': preserving a few'' called to express my opinion of your

J. Metropolitan Magazine.: of thetf\ race'had: disappeared a.'mtnculouslyo' business methods." _

"' "' '''''. !f'r'4' !!!'.'''''' '4!!!''C'I.C"C'c.e'' '''': ..:...:. : ..-.::..;..:........ .;;::-;... .....- Fisher's! 'as'It nadLlappearedl"" : "What la wrong"T deferentially asked -
ft-eo. : : -C': Doors South! from CorqerSuit Insomnia.; The spot where the mysterious boat, bookseller.
i Insomnia Is the not uncommon fate or ark' bed rested"was-marked by tbe "I bought a set cf Shakespeare from
of the brain worker who after ytars of Indiana placing there huge-log They you last year It weighed fourteen
for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns continuous mental strain retire from called the place Qaal-Jo-para (boat's pounds.. Yesterday I ordered a duplicate -

night, new, active life. The reason Is that mental resting place). This spot la held sacred set for my. aon'a library and It
Suits that fit you too, Just Suits superbly lined all through activity demands a large supply of by the Indians who will seldom point only weighs thirteen pounds and nine .
ALLN&CO.1 and through blood for the brain, and the blood vessels It out to strans rL"Not many hundred ounces. I'd have :you understand sir
F. right
J .: Suits well? made at prices rl/lllt-I i Suits that are a bargain true- gradually accommodate themselves years ago It Is sold,"some Indian'war that there la a city ordinance against
here. When you appear. to this large supply.. But 'when'''the riors were paastn'tbe' spot, And one of short' weights." "
I of Volusla County Waiting bard work la over the brain' does cot them to show'hJs .k ptJ lsDl' shbt an Thoroughly humbled, the bookseller
L-.eadnurnitUre' CONSULTATION FREI3. always realize that it needs less 'nourishment arrow' Into the side of the' great log mad up the shortage with seven I

$ and hence condition of excessive Immediately a'.tteaail'ot blood gushed ounces of miscellany.-Exchange.
I mental activity which Is what from the spot pierced and the skeptic
I KLICKER BROTHERS.' DeLand FlolrdaITNvFULL' Insomnia is.-London Moll.usploleua. fell dead,, The story of the event was Anxious Par M_
"DROP IN"and I carried to all the near tribes and aince An expert: golfer had the misfortune} ,,1

then'Tndlans paHlDa'the place fear to to play a particularly vigorous stroke ,F. 1
see .our.. Newest The Warden-I think than members: even look leisurely at the log.:' at the moment that a seedy; wayfarer. '
of tbe choir are going to uk for A reason given by the I Indians aa the skulked across the edge of the course. ,
.. of-the ood"\\I' e' that I Tbe ball struck the tNep._. and
more money. The Sldesmsn-Wnyt prohsble'cause ,,
Styles in 'Parlor and The u Warden For the last two Bun- there Was a tribe) of Indians 'who; like rendered him briefly. ID enalbl.. "When
days* they have been listening; to the I Columbus, believed that the earth was he recovered five -dollar"bill; was. ,,1

Dining Room fur- L.fl'-L BEARING sermon.-Illustrated Bits. not flat, but round, and to prove whether pressed Into his hand... by th* grateful. .
I this theory wire, true thousands I golfer. "Thanky.fsit" said the fnjarvd '\
Throughout the Gulf coast country' -wsr.These supplied trees!at have the A Striking. Mlsaps>"eKeiMb'' tot l) from the: different' tribes banded togeth- ', man after a kindling glues at thai I
niture. : planting\ stage by Glen and Saint vigorous, yield fine crops and hive Officer-Excuse; me, madam: there I ef and started out'on a journey to find money "an" -whenwill. you be playta"
_erown j -r well!to, "L..T.1 name.! 'Tine orcharda.ol.our. ] trees" are eloquent goes" eight bells It's my-wetch- I I the1 edp" t the"'earth' 7lf"lt"waa flat again, sir?"-Argonaut 'j'
true business keeppowinz [I The 'flood Occurred! fcMra dfHii 106" Indians 1\\
salesmen for us, and it is not.atrange'4h'oUf" d ck>--Mrs. nsmaWelJ, I I .:,
.J larger and larger every year. blame you for keeping your watch. ea started -6n tolfjotiroey.1: id that The Snake Bite.. a
DeLand' "'. deck IT.If strikes'as: loudly. a. 'they really believed! that tBotW SdVntqrers ; "So Wild Bill died of snake) bit.,'-
Phone No.62 J. p. ALLEN & CO. Glen Saint" Mary 'JcWcl;Peach Harpet's-Weekly. ltat.-I bad reached. --tie,ledge--oft the .,Whar did be git bttf "'
earth and their' weight' bad tipped-the "Ob.'th' snake Mnt bite BIlL' '11*' (I;
the best commerciaI' lonaha' peach-growing sections 01 Tha favor of great *isei"snietae i earth to such an extent aa to cans the 'snake. bit Tough Tompkins an' Tom \\ij
', ...Bufui14ueu. ':, a...m--.._I1.", Inc hnme- use. We offer an unusually. fine stock of. young aeea. pMis.'bt'ItWdfldhP.'' not .1Id,...... : 'water to rush In en the d.-Loe A*- kns drank""two quarts of th' remedy '
___ I; jW'; i 1andclay5ubS01i'0t2- ; stocks from native peadl .a' then snot Bifl.-Judge's) Library }
eles 1'Im_ :
jT9Wi trunks relied OiLuLFreUt'PrSv.fb. ( ,
with thrifty roots, .
clean and vigorous trees '
These 0"1 1I
jTjj: i.IORA1LCE \ the best to be had, r. ,," Ice'B. .-
and are very
There hive been a thousand and one
togs I
"JOKN a've been propagated aderourpenonal A \troiigwaompanyfn Petiiisyl> fcU 1 O. Long_A_Co. Btate_Jhat great reasons given by people and newspapers

, time supervision.AbsMto 10 name. capitalists will-spend $1OOOOOOtn'rievelopisg ( () quantities of oysters have been destroyed why Mr. Bryan was defeated the l tepresidential I

: ClTFLA.. ;;lat.IY .. DMOOSW Jmrnnmrf .. thd 0tefeIl01L'ef -'''alllpJ} wbich bya the onusoai-..,. ,< and continued election,,' We know. of one .
Vtmmt order wly.' W. lies mo r1.fDtbe sontbeasf corner of rainfall of the past few., months.; ,TheyB51 he '
of Fcbrnawy. and all-sofflolenl reason: ran
i FANCV4NI5iAPjE GROCERIES )) \(kave..11S'U compie .asse.oi. Georojlavand' extends.'WekltlVbtffne'cYitsstimberp'auditite into : 'kw4de.'nTbesw.odt'b8tcine.I' that U we had escaped, this freshet good galas Uncle Sam the-whole". power.
it) other pcacIIt.o sad fr5i. / oysters wonld have been more abundant "
.' Calal.sa' for'thevmpUse ot'Wit-\ and patranaira ot the TTnlted States forrnmenl i" :
-TOBACCO -ANDBCWARSiI /;::/ ai WiJ f:r>>w-frwwwGIEN -U tin* thfetimW knoV.:'eonoerUBrt. Into and finer than ever before.,' In thai oyst was"'arrayed: against 'him and;: '-" '
aooDS fiI.5tIoes"I HATS rETG.. ETC.Beat .- mercbantatile-lniiiber that the-eouttany r beds at Rom Bay It ... common to '
-- ....,.............................. SAINT.MARYJIURSERIES! ,' will de+etofrlta*!'piepertyi i3: *!t. '."1'- find individual'Shells1 S'fnohea wld'".'i iII kflost, Tbemoei4isoonrgtngfestur. /-;: .
hand and all first v ally.known tba..a-qawiU..y.e..IM nvBry 'Inches Celtl i I'Dnat."t8'to 10 JY'IIWrtr: bout the election Is, It baa ,rtati ,
I and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on COMPANY n, finest 11J: to, the'' quart -'iThayIMV. shout+.OOO! the fact that...' president I ths ""
clad Groceries for your table" ', : t Bus *22, GLUT SAINT MART FLORIDA tertlto 1 1! :. J: bushels oet\ of s>1 total. of. e.IXJ.1! TJietpropose ;!: States wit sufficient bold ,
..' k 1 CQflCCtIo,. raldmt, and.Tr......w tball iullo 01"' e'.1 l'Il'1temad4t k get the Desk possible owey-'' .
u.e T u""" osin
1IcWI": :... .!: e;,L." A |..u".,9. r.lnry( b&ibe1IDftPIb I !; ? h"UtIa er. even If they have to hunt them"at adistanoe. nnwer dictate his '
Orderu'recieiv. caretul attention and dellveri..prompt...You w1l1 find my prices 1 state,-j&xohange. .-Deytona, Qaaette-News. tow OOUXtSr-ILtSI&1., .4'J

y.&All- .. ..j,
I $ low ..thelowea",'-.:. -
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.professionalras. I
fhel'Concluslon of the Whole Matter.It .
A Square Deal r '" -fl't COAST LINERAILROAD : w
we were asked why Mr. Bryan wen
buf Dr. PI.."..'. % PERKINS, ATLANTIC
Is need when you W.
elm yon
not elected we would BAY.that It was because JAMES '
family medicines-Tor ...Uho Ingredlenta :
entering into thsai, are prlnUd om he failed! to inspire' confidence obrNSELOR-AT- I

"the bottle-wrapperr* and their. formulasare among tbe business men of the country;; ATTORNEY

attested under oath as being oompUts the men who are engaged in minibp and LAW, .1
You know just what yon are Goes.Every whererss"
and correct. that are manufacturing; trade traffic and com- DeLand, :: :- Florida. = ?, KJfortl i;

gatheeredd from Nature's labborattory, being merce of all, descriptions) that large : Will Practice in State and Federal

elected from the most valuable native. class of men whose attention has been' 1 :.;: Court* U/est i
medicinal roots found growing In ear accumulation l youth Fast
American fonwOTnKLjemls potent tsenrs directed more to. the ot for Infants and Children.The ?, ,

m I the nuwldellcai fortunes than to the study of the theories STEWART & BLY,
are perf bannJjMjjaato
Kind Ton Hare Bought has borne the sigma
*wouiBitawTiilloTgn I ; Not s tfroy and problems of government.

I : _I The business men of the country believe ture of Cbas. II. Fletcher and has been made under him ATTORNEYS-AT-LA .

in men whom they denominate" personal supervision for over 30 J'CIU'IIAllow no onto

'.p Tufefu fflMSjis I 1..n 1ILu.lto i TrmSt I practical men; men of "affairs"affairsmeaning deceive you In this. Counterfeits Imitations and Office in Bank Postofflee.DAY'lONAOary Building DELAND. THROUCH PULLMAN SERVICE

aiuiir> lveVrlii a<' TKls possesses Its large business enterprises.It 'Jost-aa-good" are Experiments and endanger the Branohoffloe over
nUalcln'll tlerro own.
being most v..llI..bl..ot.laep\la&lld, is to theaa men, in our judgment health of Children-Experience against Experiment. D. LaudU Bert Fish ON-ALL TRAINS

fermeat. 'nutritive and. -soothing demul: that Mr. Bryan owes his defeat., for LANDIS & FISH
cent.Glycerins. The Kind You Have Always Bought
: : plays] 'an' Important part IB they, in a large measure, control the labor

Dr. Pleree's Golden Medical Discovery lathe vote of the country.- 'Bears the Signature of ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- '
cure ef Indlratfon; dyspepsia and ,,
weak stomach attended by sour doings Among that smaller circle of voters AT-L.AW, CONSUL T THE "PURPLE FOLDER"For

hsart-burn foul breath coated tongue the college presidents, the preachers, the : Florida
poor .. feeling in stomach DeLand
biliousness and kindred derangements editors the lawyers: the scholars, the Will Practice In State and Federal

of the stomach bowels.Besides dreamers, if yon please those thinkers Courts.
curing all the distressing, Special facilities for examining and detailed Information, schedules, rates and reservations, see I
and of
wbo make the problems
ailments th. Qolden Msdlcat DiscoveryIs I"In
a ," for all diseases of the mucous government! a study Mr.Bryan Inspired perfecting land titles your nearest Ticket Agent, or write or call on I

membranes, as catarrh, whether of th. Use For Over 30 Years. Line R.: R. .. DeLand Fla
the largest uiuaanre of POWE Ticket Agent Atlantic ot
nssal pelvic passages organs.or of. Even the stomach In Its ulesratlve bowelsor Unfortunately theee men are not (in a 1..c n.u. "" ",.. .... Awee..._.... .....,,.. q.a J t. MOCRORY, E. L ,

stages it will yield to this sovereign remedy and their voices cannot be FRANK C BOYI TON, Trar. Pass. Agt A. C. L. ) I
majority Jacksonville FI
If Its nse. be persevered I... In Chronle a.
Catarrh of the ... well. heard above the clatter of machineryand -- .---- -- -- --- -. - --- --- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. A. W. FRITOT, Division Passenger Agent A. U. L. J f

whll. taking* for the the necessary'OotdsnMedlcal constitutional Discovery those who reduce polities to a were The Doctor, the Patient, the Fee. CHOICE PEACH LAND ___ ___ __ I

treatment cleanse the pauages freely business proposition. Said Satan in the course of bill re- DeLand Florida. ___ ___ __
two or three times a day with Dr. Bags's Unfortunately this is nothing; new in j fOR SALE ON Easy TERMS __ .__ ______ u. --
Catarrh Remed,. This thorough course mal IIe: on the vulnerability of Job: "Skin

ef \reaiaea.lIJ suns.the worst our history. for skin yea, all that a man bath will $10.00 to $roo.oo PER ACRE Situ B. Wright S. B. Wrlihl Jr.
...... the idol of the whigs, & WRIGHT
Henry Clay, ,
In cooslis and boarMnMehlal caused br bron he give for hU life. This was an early i WRIGHT
threaten ellun. stfeci:ttona except" coo- wbo was a genius in statecraft, perhaps! contribution to the literatnre of debate But Pucn Section In the Stats John B. Stetson University
sumption' ID lie advanced stajrua.the Golden other of biB times Seville. Fla. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
llMUul DU or ry" la a must efficient. rem more than any man I over the proper size of the doctor's fee. S. A. BAKER. PUBLIC

W.01s1g.::=,,bylllrilbtaarotton; : ": oamtag b'ftbt..chlal ': nof was defeated for the presidency by Ita latest product ia a chapter In The Office NOTARIES
Offlco at Telegraph
mucous melllbr... Tb.0 D" James 1C Polk almost an obscure man. Dr. Arthur
1 North American Review by -- --- -- --
.cov. ..."U Dot so good for acute concns srls- Dai. FLORIDA. A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.
to AND
lug from sudden cold nor must It be expected Daniel Webster, acknowledged C. Bl'If..nocer, who argues that the fee ._ : __ <
to cure connutnptlon in rU advanced have been a great statesman though
etwee no medicine will do t.b8t-bu' tor all may be fixed justly by considering what ABSTRACT
candidate failed to obtain the noiulna' 1/OLU8IA LIBERAL AKT8 English Language! Literature, Latin,
the obstinate\ chronic coughs which. If Dec* v COLLEGE OF -
laoted.or badlr treated. lead no to consumption. life or limb may be worth to a particular INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR- Greek, German French $Huanish. Mathematics, Chemistry Physics, Mei-hmilc
.It la the b
___ __ ___ _n_ __ Horace Greeley, who bad devoted hi, Another authority has !stated the cane Physical. 'I.'bll08oJlbYi ittJT! Stetson adopted the same requirements for ml.
whole life to the study of politics, was. srCi Titles Insured. mission and graduation that were hold by the University of Chicago, and the
t "Near-Printer's" Experience. in epigram: "Medical and surgical services -
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect sIlabel
two were
defeated General Grant who bad '
by have no value in that they lire in- a ed. Plats and Blue Prints Sup- COLLEGE OF LA.W-Always strong this College will be further strength.
Newton Newkirk who write a humorous confessedly given it no study whatever '. Maps, eued In the tall ot 1908 by Increasing the teaching force and and by ottering a

column each day for the Boston and James G. Blaine so long in congress valuable. plied.Opposite Volusia County Bank 1 two years' and a three ,e...,..' course of study
Mechanical and Chemical
One- a New York: polo-player paid COLLEGE: OF TECHNOLOGY-Civil.
Post'' under the heading of "All Sorts and so long tbe leader of biB party, failedto 11,000 for having broken firmer Bet. DELAND FLORIDA Engineering courses leading to degrees.
came out wicks "Welcome to Town. the presidential plum. I COLLKWK FOB TEACH fcKS-A college course for teachers leu,Hup; to a
procure Be wa rich and bo wanted to bt enre of school teacher model schools in 1111 the
;, Normal School! for Florida ;
the of tbe inter. degree; a
Typos, on opening day Theee men were not regarded by the E. ALEXANDER school special emphasis being put on the seventh nnd
the fin E'r. In the case of Lolim Armour J grades of the public
national session.. In the course of it be business interests of the country a"practical" eighth grades; Kindergarten 'training Boliool In separate building.
said: Dr. Adolf Lorens, coming from THE ACADEMY-Classical, Latin Boiontlno ..", SolenliHc courses In pr"".
poeaibUftieaThere Austria to Chicago, received ;f7 .OOO-a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. oration for college. Stetson Is especially .strong In this work. 1U s udciiM
I once worked at the case for two consecutive ia no need of blinking at the keys to Harvard Yale,Princeton Cornell, Michigan ROIl Chluairo.BUSIN .
small for the physical wellbeingof -
days. I was a printer's devil fact that our politic are commercialized price a J !S: COLLEUb-Bnnklnit In all its branches; BookkOLpliig by thu
Office in Bank Building
u .,
the petted child of a multi-million T I = best methoda Shorthand and Typewritingelective collides, open lug other do
then, .and for the benefit of tbOlllll'l'ad- \ s.- DeLand Florida. ; <.
ers who do not know what the duties of As Mr. Wattereon puts it: "A dollarin aire. A Boston man paid gladly $10,000 1 "She can look out but you can' look In" rVlll Practice In State and Federal SCHOOL large OF faculty MECHANIC and commodious AKT3-Wood building.Working Iron Working and,\
his wife
a printer'.. devil are, perhaps I should the hand, though tainted, ia worth a for laparotomy performed TNADa -//upor MAaa Courts Manual Training .
There are men like James R. Keene and SCHOOL OF FINS AKT8-Drawing in Charcoal and Ink; intlng In Oil.
explain them here.I bush full of patriotic abstractions. the late Cornelius Vanderbilt who think QH. U. A. DAVIS, Watercolor and Pastel new studio costly casts, models, eto '
need to chop np tbe office towel into Ocala Banner. SCHOOL OF MUSIC-A tlO.OUO pipe organ; 15 pianos; eepnrato bullulnic;
nothing of engaging while traveling the PORCHSHADESWp PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, large faculty; thorough courses; opportunities of hearing oratorios.
kindling and start a Are in the printshop -. -- hold
exclusive services of a doctor who can STEToON baa a faculty of 48 professors. and teachers. buy degri en
every morning. Another duty was to DELAND, FLORIDA. from the University of Chicago! Harvard Yale. Columbia.' Toronto. Wake Forest -
Should Give Credit earn (29,000: a year in practice.On Office at residence Indiana avenue, Bowdoin Utrecht, Bunknoll University of Michigan, Donnlwm,
give the cat a bath in tbe ink keg. Part exclusive at DeLand ,
ale agents Loulsvlllel
Where Credit Is Due. the other hand, it is stated that Court Hous9. .10..00. Baltimore and other Institutions. There are nearly
of work consisted of washing the tar: these Porch :Shades.: Just the: tiling endowment an endowed!
my and over ;
in buildings equipment:
Office Hours 9 to 18. a to 4. and 7 to 8. HOOOOO
practically 83 cent, of the practice hot :
per for verandas duringthe summer In
t rollers with gasoline, and once. when The Tampa Tribune would have been your library of over I3,000volumee; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,
of New York City is charity-and In at sun Call at our store and eluding stained-glass window. 7 oil paintings a 910.000 pipe orgau; a itymnunl.
my clothing was reeking with gasoline, more correct if it had given the honor to enclosed athletic Held track, tennis
least third: of such the doctor is um with complete apparatus; an
I went too near tbe fire and nearly exploded labor organizations instead of the National MRS. courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming, golf,rowing and other
from spontaneous combustion. Child Liber Committee for the impaled upon. J. P. ALLEN" CO. sports: separate buildings f>r men and, women ten large laboratories. for ChemN

Then-re about 200,000 doctors in the istry. Physics.. Bacteriology. Mineralogy. and Biology) several large museum rand
I also need to feed the press every dayI passage of laws in the different states --- ------ -- -----i PHYSICIAN and SURGEON shops; electric lights a eotrlo boina, steam heat, cement walks. shell roads
Coite, :, aces or to 400 of musl-nl(
always fed the press about 4 p. m.- prohibiting children under certain nireaworking. one every 1 broad avenues, spacious cargos. shrulinery and trees; social literary, -
popuiaiiuj. The average; yearly income HODGKIN'SVVagon Office on East New York Arenas and other students' oltibs; star lecture courses; Christian and not seitnriun
we fed the press only once a day-I used .-Kisaunmee Valley-Gacette. teaching The location I..* beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low.
In the profession is estimated at $:50. DELAND FLORIDA.
to feed it 'various things just to find out No doubt tbe above was an nmten For catalogues, views. Colliers, and Inforraaton, address toe pres'dcnt''
A few doctors make incomes \\
what It liked the best but I didn't feedit I tinned oversight on the part of the Trib princely ; Shop LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D. Litt.D., L.L.D., DeLand, Florida.. ;
approach the other extreme. QR.
the office cat although I got credit for as Bro. Stovall is noted for his many

that. ,As a matter of fact, the cat had lone fnendly relations with union labor. There are great and good physician wbo DeLAND FLA.I I .
famous rich and there : ,
are nor are PHYSICIAN. -
---- -
no business to ga to; Bleep on tbe press II But it is refreshing to see an editor (like -

I bed. I recollect that day there was alikeness 'Bra Harris) speak up for labor onions charlatans wbo are notorious and Everything in Wagons, Buggies! Cl&rtll.1 office Second Door South of Fisher' RAILWAY
York World. COAST
of the flattest cat you ever saw I getting credit when credit is doe them, wlalthy.-New etc., manufactured and repaired in my I Drug Store. FLORIDA EAST
8 I
on tbe first page. When I didn't have as with so many persons a prejudice Shop in the very best workmanship I OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to /5

anything else to do I used to pi' type.I I exists owing to their never hearing any A GOOD REASON. known.first-class Only work Brat-class turned men out.employedand I have DeLand and .7 to-8 p.- m.Florida." 1 LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1901Ko.ee

said I worked at the case two days.I thing of labor unions except in cases of ately added to my plant a.COLD -. -- No. 89 No. 78DAILY NO.M
did and I mixed up the types in the strikes, lockouts and like troubles. If QR. W. S. TAYLOR DAILY DAILY' DAILY I

boxes to such an extent that the bane we are not mistaken, the International DeLand People Can Fell Yon Why It
1110 pm 9 10 am .._........Jacksonville......__As6 pm 6 41 81D
put the whole business in the hell-uox Typographical Union was one of the pioneers Is So. SURGEON-DENTIST e 16 pra 10 85 amU4S AL....".."._...fit. An 'mine.-__.."..Lv A 10 pm 710 81D -
7 86 pm em ....... ._......_..But P..tk..L. 604 pm tl 81D -
and told He told "
to there too.
me go in the fight against child labor. Doitn's. Kidney Fills cure tbeeauaeofdisonse II Mpm93a 1 28 pm L..._""...... ..... 191 pm .N a. .
'me frankly he didnt think that a kind and that is why tbe cures are always) Office in Fisher's New Brick Block. pm 18 pm x......."?"......__.......ormeud-----.t. 8 err P" 190 81D ...

and wise Providence 'ever brought me Depend lasting the kidney This remedy, helping.strengthens them to drive autos tones Second Floor] 1119 10 10 pmUOOn pm:: 8 120 20 pm pm: t:::::::::::::::::::-Tim.villa..New Bmrne..,:=:::::::-::=.Lv.Lv 980 1 14> pm pm Nam am

into the world to be said Much s on the Man. up "I 4 13 pm TV....,...;.._..__..."....Coaos.....___ ___.Lv 13 SS pm i. D2 81D
a printer-he the body the liquid poisons tlmtoause' back . 1138
he thought I had been born to just stand F. B. McCormack went to Live Oak a ache, heudaohu ana distressing kidney and DeLand Florida 1104 law am am 4 4 10 60 pm pm Lv Lv ::::::;::.:::::::::::::.okJM-:::: :: :::::=:::t: 11 Mam pm :: ::

around;in other people'e'tay, and thusprevent few years ago and soon had one of the urinary Mrs E.complaints. Third R. 1341) am ft 00 00 pm Lv.L..M..lbo..ra.L...... ft. Pierce.. .... yv 11 9 44 Mem am n 018.Y
Woodcock living near Ht. R. E. WALKER S BO am 7 pm ?
them from winning obstacle most prosperous papers in the state Sanford FI...., BUYS: "My husband 1 vom- [) 6 00 am 04 pm:: .:;.:;::::::::::::::.West Palm Betcn.; :..:.:::::=:..:.L: 7 as am: / aC :
.... ......._.. ... L.oderd81.L. 659am600am 5
N am 10 4t pm L. .Ft.
races.; When I forsook tbe art of tryingto When he left it a year ago it was a daily plalned a great deal of baokaoho. He did i ( 10.00: TO 12:00: A. M.: 7 Y am 11 46 pm ArLv. ................_.............Miami.....M......"...._".?.Lv 110 I 5
and from that It down to next not rest well at nlftht owing to th was run
I balance myself on a high legged stool as a result flit miserable He also had ( Excepting Saturdays. Ml 00 am .10 50 am Ar..._._._..........Homestead........."._._.Lv "2 10 pm 1011; ID'
while endeavoring to pick a precarious to nothing when he again assumed some trouble from the kidney leurolions, + r t |. 00 pm ................. At............_.....KnlgbU Key Dock.. ..,_.......,.L., OIl 8.
they being so frequent in action lout at
f ,living from a lot of dinky little boxes charge a few weeks ago. It is making times he was obllic d to arise during the Office at Residence, corner :Michigan -D.lly.sept Sunday.faunday. and Wedneidayi 001,.. tTneeHars' and Frldajs ealy
filled with type the printers' profession rapid strides now and will soon be as night Dosn's Kidney Fills warn finally t rhone
Avenue and Boulevard. 137.
good as when he left it. As it ia in the brought to his attention and he procured H PALATKA BRANCH
lost a valuable man, and so far as I have box. They .acted promptly and before long

'been able to learn, no one has, yet been newspaper business so it is in other his backache bad ceased and his. kidney. Lane Bali EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PALATKA TO EJ.8T larrtvetertVALATKA !

able to fill place.-Typographical lines. We often receive letters askingIf were strengthened O. B. WEBSTER ratetka. PALATKA Palatka Falatka FslstkS
For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents

JournaL there is an opening in Wanchnla for Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y, sole CONTRACTOR and BUILDER (0 am _.NO. 49 Dally......... 6 to am 666am800am .......No. 47 Dafl)._ 811I
inch and such a business or profession agents for the United Stales.Remember TIRH SETTERCan 4 Uam14mm ._. .No. 48 Dally..._. 8 45am ..._..No. 49 D.1I7._ 811I
t I ._ It all depends theman. If belt made the name-Uoan's-and take 9 .........No. 50 Dally........ 9 45 am 11 16 am ......No. 61 paOy._ I! 38S2S s.5
on no other. My Specialty Is It Mam ..._..No. 61 Dtllj....... 11 10 pm :3 50 pm ???...No.1I8 D.IIy._ S 38S2SS8 Fm
The of the cities all of the right stuff he will make an open. set your Tires without taking ARTISTIC CONCRETE BUILDINGSAND 4 (a pm ........ No. 64 Dally...... 4 3S pm 4 Bo pm706pm ..._..No. 65 Dally...... pm
papers large are Mpm ., _..No. 5S Daily .,... 6 35 pm .. "...No. 67 Dally_ '
} 'right'if: you want them, but it Ia your ing for himself most anywhere.-Wan- It is the general expectation that the wheels bolts from vehicle. We take out no STONE SIDEWALKS 7 N pm ...._No. 58 Dally......".- 7 05 pm 100 pm ......No. 69 Dally...... p.
rub no paint or barn your felloes
home that sympathizes with hula Advocate. American Federation of Labor now in
paper your with a hot tire. Come and see it work '
affliction e I session in Denver, will re.eloct Samuel and SAN MATEO BRANCH
and rejoice with yon in your yon will never have your Tires set '

prosperity.. In short it is the borne pa- Got the Wrong Drink. tampers president of that organization. hot again. I Insure with us. Leave XaitPaUtka RUT PALATKA TO Arrive Ban Leave Ban BAN. MATEO TO BAaT !Anlvetaitralatka

Samuel couldn't accomplish much towards Thanking yon for your patronage!' in BAM MATEO Mateo Mateo PALATXA .
that lnentloue the thousand and
per one Just.. to word reaches '
we go press!. us the Now ia the time
past and hoping a continuance in .
item In which you are interested daring to the effect that Harvey Harris, a Bryan's success in the recent elec. the future, I remain 880amUpm .........No. 49 D811,......... .1IO.m 9 00am ."0.1IO DaII7._ 1 M a

the year and do not find in capers of young white man, living. about two ion, although the Democratic platform Tours to serve, Spot cash for losses 6 _.No. 68 Dally......... 186 pm _8.110 pm .Ko. M DeI1I.- 6 N PNa .

t large ctteeEx.. niles from Alva, had accidentally kUladhlm..I' granted every demand made upon the SCOTT HODOKINS. 11 Na 1Y Ne. 17Dally No. 18Dally 110. 10 ... (1
party by the labor leaders and the Re- U should be protected.. AIAYPORT BRANCH
': --.-. So. only Dany : 80.only' Dmlty100pm
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Particulars are not minute, but it is pUb platform granted nothing. W. C. CANNONS'Lirery R you Insured ?
But Mr. honest and a 10 9 00 am ... JaokwnvlllePablo' Ar 116
L :NATUREMeeds said he got hold of a bottle he thought Gompers was we 140 pm 6 Mpm pm 940 am t::::::::.::..: :=,,,.._? roam am MMpm1160am 4M r:

contained whiskey and drank' of really believe he did his best. His people Feed and Sale Stables Every company re'ifajBiK. 146pm800pm 6 65 pm 9 45 am Lv.............Atlantic aoh..M..Lr 7 CO.m 1146mUSOam 446 iii
failed to follow his lead and now 710 pm 10 CO am Ar...............Maypon.... .__.Lv 46.... 4tOJj plD
the contents. It proved to' be wood alcohol -

.' Assistant. and the unfortunate young man hey are up against one of the hardest Fine Fashionable TurnoutsBus When does your: )Policy expire r4 W..' Doll, o.. 1 OM, W..I8_
'i The com in th*farmer. bin does not plant died a short time after propositions that any body of men have gJaSw Oraal air .rae. .e 5 quay ana. i ass a 15...d ...... 1Mi"-
meets all trains at A. C. L-
lied 1. No Nature, alone and o' had viz. establish Depot (la your policy fan florce ?
more can Tint ever to meet, : to some
Peace Dodd. \Hacks and afternoon
Justice of the : meet morning F.; E
aided always perform the enormous tasks acting as I 40 pm S 00 am r... X_ S.yn. At. 1 60 pm 45 pm < 00 am Lv ta
ort of "modus vivendi" with the Re. 'J. By at Orange City, and night fciV:1SB
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coroner, went out and viewed the body Telephone number 815pm118pm 11 OS am L.-.L"alq .J. 100 pm 6 15 pm 9 00 am us..tord :
that often forced her. sixiaenv .
are so upon inbhcan party which will control labor rains at DeLand Ju otlon. U. 8. Mall a 11 BO am L.__ 01l'.J... IS 68 pm 41 praU._. .__.._.....: _r
,//Va1u. N.ed ma Au/a la'. The indications clearly pointed to accidental 'mth routes. Hacks meet bnntsntBeresford.tentle a 40pm 1146 am ... ..O5sI 0117 J.. 1160 pm 4 00 pm II.iiiiininm. _..........._
killing and a jury was not im legislation for tbe next four years The hones and careful driver HN; INSURANCE;AGEM1'c: T''
Perfect health Is the result of stud, and federation baa had and laborious I Phone .. PI .
and the remains ordered a long 3. DeLand. CONNECTIONS MAD AT NIGH ray DOCK FOR! KV WEST AND HAVANA.
,'r : research It has taken centuries to undnr- panelled, were U
will find
.ft burled. This sad and esalon and is still at work, but by no us at TIM& TALES diow Me assat wal.b seas M f .
: stand the human body and to!find the bestconditions is a case, should ry e.pa.r.d -00 a
5..l I .utf ui k.1.h.lr .trtv.1 a. d.e..r... 1 i. ear .aa5 M ..e =. d..d :=0.a9. ya.
!j' all the bard nuts it had to crack w
and remedies to develop health' be a warning to all who drink liquor to means Stetson and DeLand.V. ; ... atilt _... for for 5.1.1 M _I'8 "__. e
,) fnl equilibrium have yet been disposed of.-.Bartow Con-
be mighty careful.-Ft. Myers Press. ier-Informant... -Span roa COPY o*THB LOCAL TIM CARD OK THIK INVOUIATION "8&& THB TICKCT AOSMT
."' Any ont with aslck stomach. sluggish liv\ -..- Q.FEE 68V I. D. RAHNBB, A..i...... O..n.nl Pu..a.w. A....>t BT. AUOU8TINB. FLORIDA
;1" abllfons.'constipated and nervous is not pL I IrseA.rnv et
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at all likely to regain their health unaided '
Jo The prohibition wave is causing the -- --

'l :Ntturt N..d.'ISa' AmtltUat negro to register as-a voter. His poll CASTOR rr.t r H. VOORHIS, 1 .

a 1 sot JOSEPH'S' tax Is paid by those who are opposed Dentist '

his voting his sentiments on other mat; Par Infant ana Children. Eventually

,k LWerfegulator: ten, provided be can be relied upon to hat Cbd You Ha.9 Always Bought are Ferr;the'*beet Boad known* and 1 P. O. Block, DeLand, Fla. '

:f" :, vote for the perpetuation of the saloon the mat reliable wedi growo. Hours.; &80 to 18 and I.SOIto,, 4
::1k i NATURT$ IEST: ASSISTANT. I I If with .its'deadly''criminal !Issue. Thus Every paokAfihiM behind It th*reputati
( 6 of. house whoa business tandardji u. the :
/ This remedy has proven Itsdlf the Ira and'tried the very same "wet" haters of the negro ::i blgheat In the trade. YOU WILL USEs .4,
friend of the human family b, riving **** Ammm1 will t nwn.d FFEB
will pay him to defeat the will of tbe 0 rrrrr" m t.
i prompt relief when. token for Constipation. to nil applicant* it oonuunt otor d pUlM, m ny
white majority.' And so'it white on.tiiiTlniiun 11III"r'uLion.' prloeilBWi ,, JlldJae J3uiorasuosv' DyspepsiaDUil\ : f: I nemorother trouble incident to a torpid or men turn Mack for the sake of revenue SO YEARS Flower Beecla. ItiTRluitU to .1.r.. tt.D. DR. JOHN' REEVE -

inactive liver and aclocscd! op system., and tbe dollar. For the sake: of financial LXPERIENCIW M. MMMT A CO., OsO.m. Mlolte '

4 It to a pleasant remedy of great power and gain some white 'people would register ...... <, --' -'--'-"" -"':_"--- A ARMQUR R. !
f ".' N.ture'.tan.lrr. the highest dear__ It the negro even though It carried social DELAND, Fug, q i
1.made in both liquid< and powder.form.
; pleasant:and agreeable. to the tast,prompt equality and intermarriage In its wake" 69BestOSES I d 8

in action and leaves.. 'fad. eloheningweakeA- r Florida Christian Ad_... ,

,lag-after It b effects.mo'.Ideal Ltvtr'lH.dlcla e. How prone_mm_ S.are.to_bend the knew. ,, TitAoc D...MARKS'OOTniaMT..... :ll.OOO' :: '. vI

,'Wt bar a large number of letter/ from to the powers that be. Three weeks ago *A attvtati Acres of lERTllIlE.R"S"$ j

satisfied patrons who hare.' been benefited those who were abusing/ 'Taft, are now oilyfe..ntloe, ....nw:fn a. Opiol std frM dMflrlptfon, wMCh r may. aa I Cypress: and "
R-- and cured byJL I. pmbatty' I.. m.ae., IattTm ANF 1114Ir11GIR
crawling their"belli- to show howmuchthey''think ..
I eonad.ne asP.usl. .It 1m USlatS.Ad..aw Pine Timber
is sold :::. in Br'evard
8t.Jo* oM LIver Ft. rulator : of him. We never s pt tiw in : for Fie. -
u by dmg tst* ndg..neral merohant, or you I -"TJ'--q ...... Rudy..n/ .wry.aA ...IioJ..
1s tu. lean STM! \ou. for it. .,,Price. Liauid.00 cents 'said anything IIlalDet.)1im') daring the 3i111 .o_dMd4v..Ne1. seM_.. County for' sale.
". a bottle?,Fowdsn. In tin boi.m.S8 cenU a 'campaign, for recognized, thai he $(kltllk, 1'iCA1f. .dry ..... \: ,

e ma' bo3U' Sam***of powdr and booklet. .wot was an able honest man, and we are not A_... .I' UMxun SOMH"ruHM rusi iTIU ....... Not !
\-A Now?
w .eft 1'' r I ..la&Iua 01 ... ; C.mpba.. ".,,te t .c __O.e,. raat. Fnd1 See T,. E., !\rndd .of Why,
1 b .si" appNest1c 'going to try and flatter him now that be I rcpt .t.c-i:: asSS1M.Inmp std Nw s..4 pre,. ; j II :; ,

; ....1..00.-" has won the. ;presidency.. :'-Polk.'CountyRecord. .'., I I 8 csufvra nstost ybwed.OSUMSI :t-. DeLand Realty'Go. i

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+++N+1+* Arrival' and Clou of Malta il Delinf.ARRIVE. : School books at Fisher's : i ') i .'. *-.

Fresh garden apoo'for fall planting at See the line of harness at J. Cranor'. You can get trespass notice printedon

DREKA'S From" North... ........1:85 and 8M! r.t Poet Cards Free. Oscar H. Davis. Fisher's. new harness store tf cloth., at this office..
1878 out. .'* a. Get YQur repairing done at J.Cranor's Fashionable dress Addrera -A. A
1908 NIKbtMallNortb.a..Jij'.b.( ).:::!Jao I making. : For Bale.-Male team, wagon and har
M new harness
Hid Fire
Department Store shop if or call at 45 E. Kloh avenue.Watch ness. W. M. Beet. tf

Going.. North ..?...!::.. 2-40: pl M. Everything for the horse at J. Cm- and clock: repairing' at Allen'. ---. .... The National. Bee T. B, Arnold Agfi.
1 0U ...
For btrM'Orn 1rYJ liy R ee Ooai .iuSO: i.:MNI M: nor's new harness shop. tf Jewelry Store postoflloe block.: Fire Flrel -

l tn.dn South). ,..9 J' M, Mr. F. W. Bredow was a Glenwood Mr. Otto Kirchoff, of DeLeon Springs, The National. ,Sea T E. Arnold, Agt
Everything to Wear, to Eat, to Use. 0tv.i: ::' e minutes, before departure visitor to DeLand Saturday was at the county seat Wednesday. CAMPBELL & KNOX

Hon. R. M. Tucker was an Orange 8,000 Post Cards Freo. DR. S. R. LOVEOSTEOPATH Contractor.for
City visitor to DeLand Wednesday Dress Better-Pav Lesa.

LOCAL SYNOPSIS. For pure drugs and prompt service go All text books used in the public Hisonry Plastering, Brick;,Work,

Watch Our Display WindowFOR to Allen Drug Store, poatoffloe block. schools can be had at F1 hBr'l. DeLand. radiate AIKBIUAN arisen,.,.Or. OHTKOPATBTKlrkiTlllc Cement Sidewalks, Carting, Etc.

i Mr. Columbus McKlnzle was In town Prof and Mrs. J. Willis ,Weetlake 60 New York Ave. Oppoiiu con...Arm
raE IMPORTANT MEWS! 1TE9JH OF Office Hours: 10 to 12 3 to 5 Lowest prices consistent with first
from Lake Helen a. m.,
tbs first of tbe week. were In town from Lake Helen Tues
THE FAST I[ m., or by appointment. Tel. 200.P'j I I class work., P. O. Box 163.
WEEK. Get the best meat for your home. It day.Mr.

can always be had at the Marsh Market. and Mr*. Byron Bodes have moved ;. -
Loral. and. Buoletr Item for the People' Mr. and Mrs Fred W. Smith paid into one of the pretty Bielby cottage
Men's Paper --Brief Mention of r.ot. M
Hosiery Seen br our Reporter. Jacksom the a visit the latter partof the on west Rich avenue.

-'- week. Mrs. J. E: Mickler and son Edward AT

Dress Better-Pay Leas.. Choice Western and Florida beef, Lee, arrived from Tallahassee this week BRILL'S

Wade, the tuner Orlando. pork, mutton sausage etc? at the for a visit with Mrs. Judge MoCrory.
Marsh Market Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are here from

Merchandise of Integrity ; Picture sale at the Studio Shop. Mrs. J. F. Welbourne Is attending a Georgetown. Ky., visiting the parents 17 N. BOULEVARD ,

Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.All convention of Equitable agents In Birmingham of Mrs. Wilson, Mr.:and Mrs. W. O.

kinds of fresh garden seed at Ala. Watts A fine line of School Stationery and Corre-

Fisher's. e Pain $1-No Holes-6 months, or a Glenwood to in the market this season spondence Stationery at reasonable prices.

Guaranteed"SQUARfDfAL" For trusses go to Allen's Drag Store, new pair free. Oscar H Davis. Dress with the finest crop of oranges, grape Boxes Sheets and Envelopes -
postoffice block. Better-Pay Lees fruit and tangerines it has ever sent out containing 50 50

of the state.Attorney Fine Fabric
Fine harness made to order at J. Cra- Mr. and Mrs. Cr velllng, of Philadelphia of Paper, 350.
nor's harness tf Fa, Oeo. C. Holies, who was
new shop. are at Mrs. Dunne, Rich ave-
elected Supervisor of Registration of Souvenir Postal Cards of DeLand.
Mrs. M. .A. Thnrsby, of Orange City, flue, for the season.
Dade county, is up from Miami visiting'
was at DeLand Wednesday. Mr. W. W Harris, the bro-
produce DeLand friends. Just Received.Some pretty and useful Night Lamps,
Phone 68 for the choicest cnts of beef, ter, baa purchased an orange /grove in
HOSIERY the Beresford section, Gem ral Manager E.! L. Hon, of the Glass and Brass Candlesticks, Red, fink and Green
mntton and pork. Marsh Bro'.
Dr. R. J. Carson left Tuesday last for DeLand Electric Light, Power & Ice Candle Shades and Fasteners. Prettily Decorated
City Engineer W. H. Cocen was in Co! made a business trip to Jacksonville -
town from Orange City Wednesday. Columbus Mlsn, where remains until Glass Salad Dishes 85c. Also Bead Chains White
after fbe holidays with hue sop. tbe first of tbe week ,

Six Pairs Guaranteed Six Months or Roses and violets for nle at Rosetrof I, Sheriff-elect Ed. Smith and family Mrs. J. W, Corwin and.daughter Miss Silk Fans and Artistic Hatpins.

west Rich ave., DeLand Fla. ll-20-8m have moved into the Bond Lumber Co.'s Uabul of Toledo, 0., are spending< the
Now In Sta k.-The finest line of Japanese China ever displayed
New the residence winter with the of Dean Farrah.
Stockings Mr. James Donaharty was at on east Howery avenue. family

county seat from Spring Garden Mon Miss Nina Miller arrived tbe latter Mrs. Corwin is the sinter of Dean Farrah in DeLand. Prices moderate.

day.Hon. part of the week from Milwaukee. WIs You gain a great advantage In the .
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Per Box ofSix W. L. Palmer of was where she has been attending a college.Mr market if yonr fruit Is put np in an attractive I-

$1.50 $1.50Staple at DeLand the first of the week on legal O. S. Clark, advance agent for the form It sells quicker and bet tJDr. Still begs to sag tbat be will bare a

Pairs business. Jan Brothers Show was at DeLand the ter when thus displayed in the markets.
:Uetter anD :assortment of Cbtiat-
) larger:
business first of the
Mr. J. A. J Eriolcson; paid a tripto week arranging for that When out hunting you should be

Seville and other north end places the show to exhibit at here Saturday, Deo. careful not to bant or trespass upon max dogs anb) Gift Goods tban ever before.

latter part of the week. 18th. posted landa. Yon will get into trouble .__________u________.._________________________________.n_.--.---- i
Quite a number of hunting parties We are pleased to learn that Mr. Edwin and be taken before the criminal court,

and Fancy Groceries from DeLand were ont in the woods Spencer who was brought to Ocala Mr. Levi Lawrence who has been I I'ttO2S
yesterday after the quail. bv his mother from Stetson University .
hie for tile
at DeLand
pending winters <
Grain Box Cement sidewalks at popular pricesfor at DeLand, very sick, l is Improving.
Hay, Orange Ocala Star. past fifteen years, arrived from the Maslochnaetts II
the next sixty days 13\ cents and up. home Saturday and Is at the Dolls (Barnes Iflovelties
O. B. Webster. Phone 197.' Miss Marion Coulter, who has been at ,
Material and WrapsG. Grace Heebner left the first of the Newberry 8. C., as a witness In a for McLeod House. lowest
Miss largest Stock ant) prices.PYROORAPHY .
Mr, Francis Wootten, who was with
week to spend Thanksgiving with hex gory case, returned home Saturday. ,... .. ..
parents at the Lansdale, Pa home. .The forger was convicted and sent np the Heyward real estate agency, pur-
for seven years. chased lust week by the Gould agency, OUTFITS AND MATERIALS, LEATHER
of pictures, both
rhone No.il; hewed Large and nuframed some beautiful The county officer who were elected has associated himself with Mr. Gould GOODS, PICTCBB FRAMES AND JAPANESE: CHINA. i"i

A. DREKA & CO. water colors, on sale at the Studio Shop at the November' ction are busy getting In the business. "
DeLand, Messrs 1.1 u Ion and Seable Strange np their bond to be approved at Mr. and Mrs. James Lee, prominent Exclusive sale of Beautiful Water Color ...;.: ;-J .:.;;

Seville Wednesday for a big tbe December session of tbe board of people of Bel Air Md., arrive thld weekto Paintings and Tropical Scenes.
..... 44 I M . It < . I .+* I !* I I (. quail went np bunt to in that section on Thanks county cotmniiwlnneni. occupy their residence on the Boulevard .". ... .

giving. Mr. Adelbert Rowland of Connect-! I which tbey purchased last spring

Bathroom Modern? Mrs W. E Tucker left Friday for her cat was a pleasant. .. caller at The Record for winter home. REEVE & HOWARD Deianb.J Store of

-- Is Your home in Jacksonville, after spending! office Tuesday. He Is stopping at DeLeon Mr. John T. Walker, the Washington

Springs and expects to invest and architect, caller Thn ,
with her mother Mrs. D. H. was a pleasant ou -
think it Is worth while to examine Into conulitone two weeks
If It ta not, don't you Pardon, locate In Volnsla county Record the latter part of the week. Re

and remodel or rebuild It if necessary? Mr. George Futrell, of the efficient
Oscar H. Uavls, Dress Better-PayLess one and his family are located for winter on
safeguards for the health of yourselfand furnisher is distributing locomotive engineers of the Atlan the'r fine DeLeon place.
You cannot have too many the gents'
family-especially the growing children. Bad antique plumb. free to his customers 0,000 artistic tic Coast Line a former DeLand boy, When yon want any Plastering or Is It Possible! 111!
post cards. was here the Bret of the week visiting Masonry work done, Cement Sidewalks
Ing ta as dangerous to the health as good or modern plumbing is bene his brother, Mr. Ben FntrelL
been l laid in line, call
Mr. Owen Whitcomb, who has or anything that on
ficial. Better by far to pay out money for good plumbing than for foreman at the Petersburg Times for DeLand is already famous for her Campbell & Knox,P.O. Box 103 Lowest .

doctor bills resulting from defective sanitary plumbing. Bee: to DeLand next pretty homes and fine shady, shelled possible prices consistent with good
the past year returns No. 305.-Ten Acres of Land, four acres of
week to reside. streets. Now the cement and tiled workmanship. 11-20( tf bearing Orange Trees some timber larget$1$ 000
walks are going down all about town. i ,
DE LAND FLORIDA Get yonr holiday announcements In Ron. C. W. Metcalf a prominent attorney
I R. D. MCDONALD allover \ The shell sidewalks are fast being dispensed No. 306.-Five Acres of Large, Bearing Orange
Let the
Record at people Tenn
The once. of Memphis, who purchased
with here. The cement and the Trees, five acres of timber, about 400 box
_. -- the county know in time the great tile block walks are the thing. the Munn grove property couple es of fruit on the trees, just outside
holiday offerings you have. of is here_for a brief stay, Oft JOO
r, years ago
The DeLand stores will now soon be the city. All for .
= = : : = = = : The Chenoweth Co.. of Indiana, has seeing to the marketing of his orangec, d
purchased the trees about 20,000 boxesof displaying their Christmas and holiday I of which he will have some three or four No. 307.-Five Acres of Land, cleared, small
and grapefruit at goods. Do your holiday shopping early. house good well new barn just !
oranges, tangerines thousand boxes ,
WATTSTHE this place. Winnemisseti and tilenwood. The early shoppers get the choice In the of the city limits outside$500$
selection of presents for friends. The The well-known and reliable New "
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bateson arrived DeLand stores will be unusually attrac York commission house, tbe R. S. Hammond No. 416.Ten Acres of Land, with small house ;

from Brooklyn the first of the week. live with holiday goods this season Frnlt Company, has their ai elae five acres in orange grove ; in good
HARDWARE MAN Mr. Bateson is preparing to open the borhood neigh-$600
where In The Record, to which the attention
Bateson Carlo Store for the winter sea Mr. Robert L. Fenn manager of the
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Orange City Hotel was in town Men- of onr fruit growers and shippers -
like these will last
Is called. Mr. C. A. Hammond, a Bargains not long
son.Mrs. .
Sarah McGrath returned the latter day. Mr. Fenn is expecting a nice tonr-
member ot the firm, Is waking his bead.
next to week from a summer' lit business the coming season. The
I will shortly move into new quarters, part of the quarters at DeLand as he did last win

my present location, where I will have ample room stay at the Michigan south by home her father She was and cottages the prospects there sre are that already that filling pretty up place and ter, and is handling lots of fruit from 11''JIm (Soulo 'Real Instate
to display a very large new stock of eveerything; tier son. will be full to overflowing/ with visitors oar shippers The commission mer \V. aria Insurance
and I ask to call this winter. chants carrying their ads In The Record -
carried in the hardware line, you There will be a sale of fancy articles
and see the extensive stock I will have on display.It and cooked food on Friday, December It will be unpleasant news to tbe shippers are all who high consign-cln.a firms fruit, to getting them the the
friends Miss Lillle Washbnrn, whoIs
is the best line of goods to be had, and you pay 11. by the Ladies' Aid Society of tbe highest market prices, and having sn
Presbyterian church at the manse frow attending Stetson University, to know ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .
no more than for the cheaper grade of goods. 3to0p.m. that she is ill at that institution. W. perp facilities in handling all shipments I .

do plumbing. R. Wasbbnrn the father, has gone! to The first social event of the season was
1 HAVE AN AI PLTTMBEB to your Mr. M, D. Benny was an Einporlnvisitor
to DeLand the first of tbs week. I I her and it is tbe hope of her many the reception last Tuesday afternoon, r II
ot that friends tbat she may soon be oat itgaln. given by the Social Department of tbe '
.. ---- all the orange growers Orders
-,-- -------- -- ----------- ---------------- He says .
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fine Woman's Club, at the home of Mrs. S.
getting to a
Sash spoors Blinds and all Kinds of Building crop section of are frnit.Fountain busy. The entire membership of the Wom W. Johnston. Mrs Ganlden, the president i Dlivered i
Into his new handsome an's Club Is invited to meet with the assisted Mrs. Johnston in recelv

and Plumbing Goods Always on Hand store moves January 1st. It will be civic department In the club room at ing the seventy guests which called dar Put Up j

little before then, 3:15 Saturday afternoon November 38, ing the afternoon: Ueligntfnl refresh.
for a
ready occupancy
.------------.-..------------------------------------------------------ bat he waits until after the holiday rush to listen to a report of the recent meet meats were served in the dinlna-room : Promptly

\U over before moving. log of the state federation of women's by Mrs. S D. Jordan, Mr*. J. W, Wide and

WATTS Connty Commissioner John Cranor, clubs at Live Oak and to make some man, Mrs F E. Bond and Mrs. B. M. I

W. C. \la having William Best replnestraw the plans for work along clvio lines in the Miller, They were ably assisted by Mrs

DeLand and Lake Helen pnblio road, coming winter Belle Coulter. Mrs: W. A. Allen and l ,
DeLand Florida of important and moat traveled Born Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs. L. G, Miss Virginia Johnston Mrs. G. P

one highways of the county Peek, of Ban Game, Fla, a fine son. Carton and Miss Viola Erhart met tbe isn't half the story We'll just hint here of fragrant/ soul-satisfy ing coffees
the two All doing nicely. Mrs. Peek was Misi guests at the door, each taking care of and Teas, wholesome Flour and Cereal. deltoiona Jam aDd Preserves
::: -: : .,' Mr. Bert Fish has the purchased Putnam House Battle May Hoke, of this city and has them in her charming way. A lady orchestra Vegetables that spell"health". In every onrve and color. .
lots :
j Campbell many friends here,-Bartow Courier- furnished music for the alter FIN.m GROOERIESnot
plat. They front on New York avenue Informant [Mr. Peek was formerly noon Mrs. Rosa Mrs Allle Wilson aDd "how cheap but "how good" warranted to clip many a round dollar .
and upon them Mr. Fish contemplates off a square weekly bill. We might add a spicy tale of Catsups, Pick .
residence next sum employed here in the drag store of G Miss Ruth Woodward being the players.
the erection of two lee, Olives, bnt we refrain/ and await your orders instead
W. Fisher and his friends will rejoiceat The ladles of the Wowan' Club owe a We have received new Raisins, Currants Orange and
When You Contract for mer.Dr.. John McDlarmld returns tomorrow his good fortune.] delightful afternoon to the Social Department I Lemon Peel, Citron, Shelled Almonds, for your Plum Pudding .-

from his summer's stay In Enrope, In the game of football at this place and Fruit Cake; also, new Nuts of all kinds, and we r
might add Mince bleat in packages and bulk. .. .
visiting the old home In Scotland. last Friday afternoon between Stetson

L PAINfTINQYour y While be was absent he took postgraduate and tbe University of Florida neither 1 Phone 79HHB A. H. WOODALL'

courses at the universities of Edln- side scored. This was the last football .
burg .and London.Notwithstanding. game of tbs season. Rollins was ruled ***"::::zr"::*zr""r::'*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::: !

the high price at out from playing this season by Stetson -- ----- ----- -- ------ .j f fI'THE .
which the American bird i* selling this and the University of Florida, for the

H HOUSE Mason, many fine turkeys were sold at reason tbat she was playing her coach 1. IMARKKT"LEONARDY1 _
and a professional from Tampa. '
.' j I DeLand this week for the Thanksgivingdinner. BROS., PBOPK8.: :
John B. Stetson of the boardof
The birds were* fine as ever President 4
Stipulate. sold in the DeLand market. I trustees of John B. Stetson, Univer- Choice Northern and Florida Beef, Mutton, 'Pork?

The holiday trade at DeLand promises city arrived from Philadelphia meeting Sunday of his Sausage Hamsand Bacon. ,Fish.: ,Always the best .
Sherwin-Williams Paints to be nnnsnally lively this year. Our night to attend a special \

I people have more money for their orange board the following, day. Mr. Stetson in the market.. Prompt and polite attention. Your' : i

:' ,......,.............,....,...".,...e..," ,." I freeze crop and than they are at any going time to since have the the it la enthusiastic university over and the tbe big fine attendance work the patronage solicited' .f(

,For sale .at happiest Christmas they have enjoyed faculty Is doing. While here be visited -- ','
for many ,.eara. the Stetson groves, from which 10,000 That doesn't mean they will .
I of Owensboro, or 80.000 boxes of orange will be shipped wear only for six month I
W. R.: Stephens -
Dr. -
Walters Pharmacy this seAson.Messrs. The Most, Co.rnplete.Line ,of ,
residence on M&nheim K 'i'
t Ky., has rented the Blller\ Akas & Lena have teased the Mendless 9t cka
north Boulevard for week.the season.Mrs. Stephens ,Allmlndlnger brick: building corner of wear much longer but if they :' '

Doctor.and arrived the two last! daughters. will arrive Boulevard and Rich avenue i in which need i darning within 6 months paI9t5'Oi5! 9 Uar is.l

.to the first of December, the children they will open a flrst-olan restaurant you get new ones fret. ,
oar school The bnlldlpg. upstairs and. down. I* to Doublr re ofarced ten end bola Eon .. 'r ....10,r'" .t" .... "
MARKET O 0We attending hold their eokw / thet
THE MARSH elw.j. as.eomtmhkl.t County'
; the In ..
:.' Con OTIell came for a be thoroughly'overhauled, upstairs Ikes. ''t. -
had +both Florida and Contractor Irom/Tituavllle the Utter to be used for cooking purpose, the entire SUM.>. w IIH..klett. Met* iM- M. .*.., : .. i ,. *< i ,.
: meats to be abort stay ,
: best
handle the ,A ----J m m
anew ground floor for a dining room. I !I. "n.ir .
of He to putting up
supply with the! .choicest.ante 1)8of the,week. be fixed OSCAR If. DA,''SO.8e"r.t..la. '
,Western. We can ,you residence for Brevard portion of the upstairs to to np '

.' 'anything: in.. our line. Courteous' attention ,and. prompt J county.jail and Tb.brick authorities there knew for private meals for families. It will ... Q: We ISHER Del
meal at regular weekly rate or
next order 1IntO
'delivery., .(Give us your and Inlthis up
.. K MARSH BROTHERS DeLan< tthhe seoa tedst his errlces work. to order.


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Notice. Notice
u Executors' Creditors.
ALL COUNTY This took place after their arrival home Teacher Training. : Atlantic Coast Line Railway officials .Masters: ..Sale'. ;
TIlE .
OVER the undorHluneil Notlco I. hereby
Friday. The Old Dan Tucker spangled A class is being organized for have notified Agent Manll that hereafter virtue IIf II decree or foreclosure Notice Is hereby given has given t.h"t the uulI.,
a special V'lIler "n,1 by have been appointed to lAke out anoiflary flgollo been uppulnloo bY-lbe(l, ...
Circuit 11.
the both trains 80) and 88 would make regular I' sale runlvrUd In the of tile state of l.ea MoCrory.Jndge 01 ., J
MulUgan guards gave couple a complimentary course of study Intended to prepare, and t.Jlroult of lbs letters as executers the County JI1I1Ke',
ITEMS OF ISTEKJEST: WAFTED TO serenade and them stops at Crescent) City Junction. Court of the Seventh Judicial. John D. Stetson, deceased, end all persons Court ot Voluela c..unt.l'lorlda. .
presented the member for teaching In the Sunday Train No. 80 is the fast train north In' IItate: of Florida, In and for Volu.la eounty.. having claims or demands BKalnst, said es. t'ator, or the estate 01 Mrs. 1,1 ary scott a.hnlnI8.
TUB BEOOBU OFFICE BY ITS with a number of elegan, preseqts. school. Mr. Hears: of the Christian I the afternoon and No. 80) is the fast train I b) the Hoo. Minor 8. Jones. judge A. D tate .are hereby required to.present the deceased, of laid oou14ty a\1,1\ all orerlltoro In\(.

''. CORRESPONDENTS. May your days be long In the land which church, is at the head of the movementHe south. Heretofore this season No. 80) court, dated the 81st day of pending October In, said same duly"-authenticated to ton undersigned hucateae. distributes, and all other ,
10 a certain cause their loyally authorized attorney having claim or demands ftIT" G
through 1008. to
has only to lee off. passengers or anuliist>;
the Lord thy God giveth thee. The delivered a special sermon on the and stopped No. 80 has not stopped at court wherein harass & Jeosup CompanY under and agent.. Isaac A Stewart, of Duo tate "r.. hereby. required' to PrCIont" 011.
serenaders were: W. Mlnsbew, L. D. a corporation organized. allli existing Fla. within the time prescribed by same duly \ tb'
Bible Sunday morning and announced all., The change will be greatly appre- of Florida III coinplainant. Land ,
Pierson. the laws of the state Igned. within. tbe time MCBerlSSbli
Powell Archie Powell, W. B.. Powell, the organization of the class. About elated by the people here as it will enable and I. ..b. c. '-I. Alvers.lI.A. buet-. law. GBOKOB: A. 1CL8K8 EH.J. or tbe same will. be foray"r linrmr:' *'

L. fl. Wilson. Robert Bennett Isaac thirty signified their desire to take np them to spend the day in Palatka KlnArli and J. P. jannfnge. doing HOWE'' I. CUMMINOB; w ILI.IA' llt"'T'1'AdmlnlstrRtor -
L. H. WUaon, who i* held in good ea and return in tbe late afternoon. A nn.meronsly ; ness under the drm nROIe of M..gge Tureen. Executors!: of the estate of -
Powell John Bradahaw F.F. Edwards; pf the
the work. The book nsed will be Mon- **
A. sst5te
forwardeJ'to Willie
teem in the snaffle; hiked ont for Jack. signed petition wan tine Company and eRB'rw'lle' John B Blutson:! deceased. of MarYlco't:! iiece
nnville Edward Parrott and H. T. Parrott. J. inger'a "Training for Service." The the railroad officials from this place DC 1.. L. AloggIII; J.Jlla Alvarm.wife wile 01 tJ. A. PcLand Fla., Oct.80, 1IMI8.) Orange City. 11'1.. .. 01. 80. liMIt)!. _, v<<

Friday W. Hodges, of Atlanta band. leader.Orange class will be open to any person who asking that these trains stop.-Palatka Alve"; amIM.defendants 45. Kinard: t will sell at pub.' ,

fcktward Parrot of Little Egypt, who SI. may desire' to make a systematic study News. KlnarU auction; for cash. (o the highest end '
Is a top-notcher at work. ha charge of Lest bidder at the front door of Che Court Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Un Notice 01 : i-
of the Bible and the-Bible school. The
at the Ghana City. I I House in DeLand, In said county ol Volusla der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Law tier gsssesara
the oar loading packing : I I .
meetings will be held at the Christian At DeLand Churches. ; ao
honse. 1008 is almost gone.' church on Wednesday evenings. FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, A. D. 190'. Notice to hereby given that O.O. Fanning; NotIce III hereby given tb"t C.C. J4'Rnnlo
.HIM G1Idrun Warner,,,of thin place, The teacher training movement has I Chnrch. dur- purchaser of tax oertlHoate No.! 1C94 dated purchaser ot 'rax I erllOchle 1'o
Miss Only one month from Christmas. Unptlst being the seventh day of said month, the 8th day of June A.' D. 1898, bill filed lie 4th day of June, A. D. tijij dal..i.
visited OeLand friends Saturday. proved very popular in this country. Pastor of sale on that day. all made bl\8 Oleol
REV. J. E. DATES I log legal hour said oertlticnte In my office and ha laid certificate in my office and ,
Warner U poeaeeaed of sweet and lovely Mr J. A. Frow, of Fort Myers Is a In less than two< years 130,000() )( personshave Services on Sunday will be as follows: of tile following. described and Property state of situateIn *!lor.. application for tax:deed to Issue In accordance for-tlQt ..
manner guest at the Trne's. been enrolled in the training classes Bible School . . . .10 a. m. the oouuty. of VoluBle with. law. "Bald' oertlfioate embraces situated oordanoe with law. "Said' certiUca, elll ad,

The mad intelligence was conveyed The packing houses are busy and of the Christian churches alone. In Morning Service .. . . .11 a. m. Idu.AU IOW.tl the following real estate situate In tile la Volusla foil. wing county described to wit!property situated braces the in Volusla following denonbed, property
fruit/ Y.P.U .. . . .6:45: p. m VoUisIa county, state of Florida" and also county FioUda81tI8, .sewit.aofnwofse !
here Saturday of the death of J. B. many are packing their own October a monster class of 682 was or Evening Service ... .. . 7:80: p. m. all the following leases and contracts Lot 4 and fi, Hewett's Bquaretopvllle; 40 seo ", 85 o;

Bradahaw at Daytona. but we have no Mr. O; H. Knox, ofJohn &own. N. Y.. ganixed in a single day in New Orleans. Yon are cordially invited. licenses, privileges aud reservations to out acres. 20 aorell.
HoteL This is union class. Grand Rapids The Fifth Sunday :Meeting will be box.drip work scrape dip or Jon plue amiother The said land beluu assessed at the date The said land being assossrd at tbs d t
particular is a guest at.tbe Orange City tree for turpentine, naval stores of tbe issuance of such oertlticuta in the of the Issuance of such certificate Mf
Little Mich., and Ashland O each have 035 held with tbe Baptist Church commencing cross-tie or other purposes, of Unknown. Unless said of Unknown. In
F. 8. Nasworthv of Egypt a* Mrs. Ed. Carpenter is expecting several 10 There will timber, lumber name name Unlets said cert.
at m.
Ft Iday next a title and Interestof shall be redeemed according to
all the estate, right certificate floate shall be redeemed
enrolled. Cincinnati, 0.. has over 1.GOO.I and Hoooiillngtoli(
good a, hoy,as ever,croased the Georgia guests from Heutnc.peit: week. be an interesting temperance meeting the mortgagors therein to wit: I..w.. tax deed will issue thereon on the 1st tax: deed Mrlll Issue thereon on the lit day",

line I U manning him team on the Nelson Miss M. Dickinson has purchased the I Saturday nxtas7:8i.. .;:.. All the rl'Fbt.' title and Interest of L. L.Mews. dav of December A. 1). 11(08. of December A. I D. ll()8.
Kinard and J. P.JeifnlMga. Witness my official signature and seal Witness my Official
Pieraon decoration map. Dr. Gieenaway cottage, north of her College Glee Club Concert.The Church ( oo-partnere doing business under this the JOth day of October A. D. lUOi this the 80Lh day ofUotober A. 0,1\101I.\ seal'

O. EL Sinith( Jlgbt trick at Seville residence.Mrs. Presbyterian the drill, name of Meggs Turpentine Compaiiy (sisaL] "SAM'L' D. JIJItWAN. (Seal) SAMX: I). JoilDAN I
this spot Sunday. Charlie. ,,18 a second event of the Lyceum coo roe REV. BENJ!: B KNAPP Pastor. under a certain assignment of lease Clerk Circuit Ct Volusla Co., Fla Clerk Circuit Court Volusiu touuty I'la\
was on
Wm. Laws and of
grandson, will be the Glee Club Concert on the Sunday School..9:4)1: a. m. ;.,,.,to lv w R. Willis- and A.M Uverstreet
teetotaler, with no booze stain, wind. : New Smyrna,, spent a few days at this evening of Dec. 4th. The Club is Immensely Preaching Service. .. .. .11a.m.. of Volusla l '; county; Florida,and W. T. Jenkins -

hakes or mildew on his lips. place last week. strengthened this year Mr. Y.P.S.C.E. . . . 6:43: ) p.m.All ol Toombs business county as ,W.georgia R. Willis, co-parl.* Vn. <

Capt. F. D. Harper and wife returned Mr. Louis Young has a very large and W. D. Brown of Cincinnati fine will &assist and not invited attending elsewhere are cordially Joined ners dilug"by their retentive wives Nannie W.. LACQEOCTALOGOC L
of unusually quality
a baritone mule Jenkins/ and Mozell Over..treeU
home here Thursday from Hampton Hue crop of citrus fruit this year. Be is power. He will appear in solos Mime Tbe union service will be held in the WillIs". to L. I., aioftgs, O. U. Alvers. J. P : 3_ MAILED FILE < >

Springs, where they went for their shipping in carload lote. Conklin of the University staff. Prof Presbyterian church Sunday evening at Jennings and S A KlnhrdL co-partners dt -

health two months ago. They are im Phillips and Prof. Stover will also! aid 7:110: ) Rov. Mr. Knapp will preach the ing business all Meitgs Tu IJuutLne| Com sea as..,,
bear that Mrs. Nel-
We are pleased to the Chit to make a fine evening of song sermon. I'an.lIoed the day of -, A _; .
proved.. lie Palmer is so much Improved that she and story. There will be solos choruses D. ll>.7, MSslKiiinu thai, i-vrtaln leaoe from. '
U- \ M. Williams, Ai Uoropa.n 'I
GuflBle. the bright and beautlfnllllttle can walk about the honse. humorous songs!! medley, reading, First ,.. E. Church: \'.J.iliUul White October to l 21, 1UOJ, recorded lu lotiiu.illu ,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Merri- and, last and by no means least, tbe Club Florida ilil fii
daughter leoouUur Vi 1'inla eimnlj,
Kolman has been going overto Pastor. ,_
Wm. Ph.D.
Mr.. Rev. WM. J. HARKNESS, r
am of DeLand, i II here visiting her DeBarry's for the past ten days. Be known will have Stetson the Glee assistance Clnb. of A tbe finer well-assemblage Sunday School . . 0.4-1: a. in. on NoK'mbcr 247: and ih.it loth,.,ovrtuiu 1IXW! ) lu luis.frum deed b..ok C'3-1.yi' \i iI/

grand-parent Capt Peter and Mrs. of the known Preaching Service..1000: RID. puRe Stores/ C!,. to W. M. Will.I. e-dd ,.4'.' 5. i. ,
Is putting np a tank at that place. of singers sort ns 1I'.l1duttd l :NHVU _,M.. D'.a.y y ilIf
Pierson this week. Glee Singers" seldom appears on any Theme: "Ways of God, Pa xxv:24.:: l.ma, Ascoiii? |>uii), tinted, October 21st, lUOi. --4 pa.., ,
Mrs. A. C. Clifford, a cousin of )Ire. It will be the Epworth LeHgn .. . 6:45: p. m. corded In the publlo. records of Voluitliiouiimy ama.wto MI.
college platform. very FLDRIDAHAIR EACTOIY
Mr. K. D. Valleroamp the unwavering True, and Miss L. M. Richardson have event you DO NOT! WANT TO MISS. Admission All friends and strangers Invited.I I )Florlilu on November lOll 1U '3 in 055 SIOflT'r ., /

faultless merchant and postmaster rooms at Mrs. Varney's for the winter. OOcts. 8 o'clock. ueud nian-tiulbertaml book! 84. ,puce251' C'onipauy. : and to lease W.'1'Coin. Jenkins Hill- JACK ONVIUE. FIA. ss' ,

of Astor, .was In this corner Friday, ac Mrs. W. A. laeman and Miss Clara I rhrlMiuii Church: und W. It. Willis dated Ilotober, !24lb, 1900, .Iyrr .11. ??,? fim
companied by his most lovable accomplished Pastor. 1-ccoriliHl in deed bm.k 8U. page WW records
E. W.
and cultured helpmate. Butler of Freeport. PL. have rented tbe At the college auditorium! on Wednesday SEARS. of Volusla county Kloriiln" In so tar all 5 ld .- ''II;
Dickinson cottage, known as the Rowel evening.! Deo 2. at 8 p. m. there will Sunday School .. .. . .10:00: ) a. m. leases relate to the 'lands described ns follows .
Capt. D. F. Morrison a natural born bto given under the auspices ot the Communion and Preaching. .11:00: a. m. iEsat I ,Irit I

nnt.hArn______ .vnnfclamun.. nf__ Barb___ rville.__. Wa honse. WOIUHU'S Club a free lecture on "For Christian Endeavor . . 6:40: p. in. : half of e ist half southwest quarter FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER ;t;
----- n. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of Gainesville estry" with vepeclal application to con Evangelistic Service . 7:80: p. m. ul[ nortbeust.quarter; nest ball'nl' siiulhenstquniUir
here Thursday on business. CapL Morrison nail of nest half, aou'liwest' ili
last winter dition'in Florida Mr Enos W. Mills.an Sunday evening the! piistor,, will preachon asi
who Stype place by
purchased nnrth 'est and north- M8W Wall 1"awill POST CARD
01 \\ quarter
true to friend as the needleto National quarter A today -
u as "The Christian Churches as a
arrived here last week and have expert. sent nut to lectnre hy the went quarter ot so tliwest quai'ter of section change uninviting stating Icon!!! II
the pole and will treat yon right. United StatfM bureau of forestry. As Religious Force f motion 16 In township tnirte Into \
Miss Graves ave la; i : / diimal room an *e- yoa-intend papering" ui II ;
at Mansey's on '
W. O. Baker. the general manager of rooms Mr. Mills without doubt on this subject .... (13)( ) south, bf range 2Uim t. tractive cbccriul: bomc.: bring you lamples nttt.. ii
nue. the best informed man living and Catholic Clmreh. I I1. Sections two ((2): four ((4). ten (lO) and We place at poOl dooi If you- intend ptiodna/ II 'a''I
the Capt. C. E. Jones packing house in Miss King taught school lost Saturday is, besides, a witty and eloquent lecturer toiirteen, ((14)) In ownahlp I 14 ,-ouib, u range he privilege of j end for prlceuQd II
:M. J. CURLEY Pastor. sections :28 and :34 in township ", laocJco.
West Pierson keeps his crew of pickers 21) east. Also the ,
a treat is In store for: those who tiont from card. We have ewsy.thing I
ao that she oonld be at -home today. Sunday. Nov. 30.-let Sunday of Ad 13 south of i i.ge 21 fast. ;
and packers as busy as Gen. McClellan'aboy hear him. Dr. Hnller has most generously and most varied stock in in PAINT. and CM II
the plains of Antietam in There were recitations and drills, the donated the use of tbe college ven. !South; ball north half ot northwest quarter the South. save you money. I Itisttsts.WitWcJ
were on Sermoo..10 .
and a. m -
High Mass all the north half of tbe
children enjoying themselves. Visitors auditorium and lights and Prof Morse of spcll.m 9; o
1862. Sunday School..11:1)1: a. m northwest quarter southwest quarter 01 1PIISnwastarMMI1II?
are always welcome. will very kindly furnish an organ number Evening Service. . .. .. 7:80: p. m nor I be:..l quarter southeast' quarter! of __
handsome and it is there will bea : :;
Mrs. Thompson, the accomplished dinner was served at or two hoped Subject, "The Pope as Bishop of northwest: quarter\lying ,u>iitn ol the channel
wife of Capt. A. A. Thomp Tnankagivlng large attendance particularly of business Rome Is the Lawful Successor: to St of Haw creek and southwest quarter of 114214 W.. Sa BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Jseksoovi1kPl,
the Orange City Hotel the Trne'e, at men and college students. III northwest ,
soiitLeasl, quailur of section ;
Head .of the Church
son, of Astor was in these diggings 1 on Peter HH Supremo
Palmetto Cottage and at tbe respective Quarter, I northwest, Quarter and lots one
Friday enronte to.Jacksonville. Peter I Founded byjraue Christ I and three' ,of section 15; northeast quarter
Long a tine son of Florida, accompanied : homes of our citizens, who invited relatives A Junior Endeavor Society will org A cordial invitation IA extended to all east half of northwest quarter, west half of

and friends to dine with them. "ols, d ut the Christian church Friday southeast quarter. of section 17; northeast
afternoon. Mrs. T. E. Arnold baa been Methodist Episcopal Church Mouth. quarter ol southeast quarter of section :.t01;
Thanksgiving day passed quietly and all of fractional
section 21
J. M. and Herbert I quarter :
McCorkle There ..ppolr"te McBride of Barber ville, and Quincy pleasantly at Orange City. were duty iiLd Mrs. F. J. Longdon will assist Sunday School.. . . .. .10 a. m. all fractional section; 28; all fractional section .

Elklns, of Eldridge are on the work n..ion servl-jes at the Congregationalchurch her. Both of these ladies are well fitted Preaching . . . . ..11 a. m. 26; south half of southwest quarter of
at ten o'clock a. m. Dr. Porter {or II1'J ivutkand will be able to accOU' Epwortb League..6:4)1: p. m ''ae lion) 27; east ball of section :20; east half

deck In the Pieraon Packing house. district superintendent of the M. E. pllsh much good for the children. The Preaching . H. .. . .7:80: p. m. and northwest quarter and northeast quarter
: They never step aside from the path of meetings will be held on Friday evenings Prayer Meeting . Wednesday night of southwest quarter of section 33; all of "Elastic" Bookcase "
church preached the thankaniving lIermoo. section 3D; eai-t half and northwest quarter _ _
good behavior and prime work. immediately after the clone of the i -
and norm half of southwest quarter of section
public school and are open to all children Olenwooil Presbyterian Church. and Desk combined.
The Pierson brothers honest, Nelson 86; all being In township 13 south, of _ _ _
who desire to attend.
Mrs. Robert Barnhart who has been Pastor.
REV. GEO. N. MACDONALD range 2U east.
and Peter are as busy shipping decoration very ill for the past two weeks at her Morning Service .. . . .10 a. m. Also. all section 1; all i.f section 8; loll Permit. as much o as little _
rn-s baokap.ce
as Bragg' famous Ironclads were Sunday School . ... . .11 a. m. ofiraotIIlDal."ctlon 9; *ll of sections eleven as wanted
in trying to stay on the pinnacle of home two miles south of Orange City Mrs. F. L. Moffatt is well prepared to Christian EndeAvor. . .. . 7p.m.Indigestion. (ill) and thirteen ((13)); northeast quarter. Comprises, Desk wit _ _
is reported some better. Dr. Whitaker do all kinds of fine dress making. and north half of northwest quarter and northeast few or many Book a _ ,
Lookont Mountain In 1861 showers S. -
among 1s her physician. Her mother and sister will give perfect satisfaction both in quarter 01 southeast qua tar of section .cr., Roy, cn _
east half of north.
of rioooheiUpg lead fore and aft. 18; northeast quarter ahl
Give with
and work.. her trial
price a .
and north, half of southwest
Mrs. Amos Emanuel and Mrs. Walter west quarter .
Robert O, Bennett and L. D. Powell, Culver of Jacksonville came last your coat suits and yon will be pleased. This trouble usually arises from a disordered quarter section 2J; In township fourteen I .orwsItcoecata1ogu 105 _
She is very pleasantly located in Mo- liver. If you will arouse the ((14)) south,of range 2O.a.t. I. J.F.ALLEN&COMILI4TS. .
of Powell ville, are the champion orange week to be at her bedside and help take Leod's new cottage on New York avenue liver to throw oflt the effete accnmnlutions Also, the east ball of the southwest quarter ______ -

.pickers in these diggings. They each care of her. east side of Putnam Inn. It through the proper channels, yon and of northwest section 8; all of section and east 13. ; east half ball offcnnthwfmt _

pick fifty, boxes every day for the Chase will soon feel better, appetite will quarter
TDA.. .IniHtA_...v tha.__ hnnlriMa_____ _man__ fit__ n._)_.. and the whole your maD will be nti'irtMr- nf BAUtlnn 20In--, -.- fcnwn---"- DEi.AND. JL
house J;here, .:w{ bile all the other good improve ship. 14 south, rr.29 east
Land, especially the merchant* who more wide awake and healthy. For this
mesmerize from to School Warrants Issued In November
pickers forty forty- Also, all the following described personal
Liver is
will soon be advertising their holiday purpose St. Joseph's Regulator

five. goods and soliciting country trade to 1908. a fine remedy. Try it and be convinced property One twenty-flve-barrel! still and fixtures

Mrs. McBride. and daughter Mrs. H. I take two hours from their business nezt 103M to 10441 Teachers' salaries.. $3,083 21110U2 of its efficacy. Druggists and general one band pump and artesian well six
Void. merchants sell It. liquid. 60 cents a bottle mules and two horses two four-hoi wagons .
B. Powell, nice highly cultured folks, week and drive over the country road 43 American Seating Co. .. ..... 99 00 ; powdered. rn tin boxes: 33 cents a one two-horse wagon seven sets of harness .

> of this place spent last week with old from that place to Orange City and note 44 O. W. Fisher.... .. ... 810 ; box. See advertisement in this paper. twenty shanties two dwellings one
friends, .Burbera at Barbervilla.. 43 Connie Butrlot .. ......... 660 comlssary comlssary stock books and' book
Itllei the deplorable condition of the road, especially .. accounts eighty patent rim dip-barrelsone
46 Uazette-New .... .. S 00
I The Morrlsoni and MoBriaes were their the north end, which I. in their 47 Volusla. Co. Record.... 2 BO) : Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under one-borae wagon. two buggies and harness, Bopd Cumber

neighbors iu the. song ago days on the district. The whole road has been for 1048 to 104M Teacher' salaries. 284 00 Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Law two saddles and bridles bows one warehouse ompay
10486 A. O. Bolts... . . 1211 00) i of Florida. and landing cooper shop and tools
t red clay bills of Georgia. months, during and since the heavy 67 K. W. A. Bowles.... .. ..... 900 Notion Is given that W, A. Rose and generally any and all personal propererty and from their the depotat
One of the prettiest entertainments rains full of ruts and boles and a loblolly OS Dimlok Read.... ...... OH 85 purchaser hereby of Tax: 'ertincatn No. 717 arouud or used In connection with \he. Will quote you DeLand prices with supply best you and yards pine near
60 J.B. Wetherell .... S 00 turpentine still of Meggs Turpentine Oof cypress
I dated 2d l day of June A. D. 1902has
given here-thi moatb'waa! that last Sat- nearly all the.way. Lately the Or. 61 Bert Fish............ . too> filed tile said cerllnoale In office, andhas pany, located In Volusla county Florida. (

nrday.avenhjg hy iNre.J"; to.. Harper at ange City end has had some dirt thrown 62: J.J. Vinzant. .............. 236963A.O.Botta made application, for tax my deed to issue And also all turpentine tools and appliances Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
. .. dip-barrels, staves headings hoop
which .... .. 4951 In accordance: with law. Said oertln- ,
her lovely home on Pierson square a to tbe enter of the' road, Is all 64 Delilah furdom.. . ..., 8(0 embraces the lollowlng described Iron, barrels, blacksmith and coopers' tools, ,
dainty heart luncheon in honor of Mrs. right as far as the grade goes. We believe 65 L. A. Tatum .... . 1380 ante situated in Volusla Florida and other tools and Implement, and all.
F. that within hour-after 66 H. T. Raulerson . . 12 BO property county horse feed, material and supplies ol all Shingles Laths Etc.All .
visit A an to-wit
Montgomery's here. delightful yon re- 67 Robert Bainhart.. ......... 10 (CO' I kinds; and also all naval stores products ,
salad course was served. It was a turn to DeLand. gentlemen, you will 68 :Mrs. Faoettl . . 7MJ89 Lots 4. S. 6, 7, 8. 10, 20 and 21, blk 8, Melrose now on hand at said stills or elsewhere,and Lumber'Building and Fire Brick Cement etc., promptly delivered
plendld affair. have a petition in circulation signed by John MilUg-an... ..... a BO Urmood. other personal property of every kind whatsoever anowhere in,the
; 70 The Supplement.... .. 811 I Toe said land being assessed at the date used upon! or In connection with the city.
::, Albert Bishop, one ol the valued om.oi.lmoftheBiehop&Bakereawiulliand l. citizens of both places, to have the 71 Watts & Miller: : :.;;.: 1317 of the Issuance of such certificate In the naval stores business or farm of the said

,county pat this road In perfect condl- 72: W. M. Ullfton ......... IU 00 name of J F. Belden. Unless said oertltluate ast-mentioned mortgagors on all or any of -
sjou"'Here"are'sister: : six 78 W. &. Allen... ......... 500 shall redeemed aooordlnK to law be lands conveyed' by or subject to this ---
J naval stores company -with headquarters ) towns only 74 Sub fist No. 12. ..... 100 Oil tax: deed will l Issue thereon on the 21st mortgage, or elsewhere. '
at Eldridge here Sunday Al i miles apart i both tourist towns. Orange 7ft H. & W. B. Drew Co..... .. 24 00 day of December. A. D. 19n8. This Bia day November! A. D. 1008 nALSBY COHPANY
I City claims to be the neatest 7I1J1e"IIPub.! Co. . .. .. 778 Witness my official signature! and seal J LICE McCKOBY MACHINERY, I
bert la a smooth, unbeatable worker and 77 A. B. Frevatt ..... .. .... 1993 this the :20th day ol November. A. U. 19ijIS..Ll () Special Master In Chancery. Ocean Street Jacksonville Fla.
Is general manager and chief clerk In healthiest town of its use In the state 18 J. L. Ch.ndler......... .. .. 800 BAM'L D. JORDAN S. J. HILBCBM :a. t
; while DeLand la our county seat and the 79 Geo. 1'. Crouch . .. .. It) 00 Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County fia. Complainant's Solicitor. No, 574
the depot poatomce and a valued em 80 Walter Marsh........... Ii 00 By B. P. Hamlln, .phon .
ploye in the store. He neither swear. home of one of the ,beet universities A.. O. BOTTS' Supt Deputy Clerk We carry at Jacksonville a large ..
the //outh.:! Demand is pleased to call and complete stock of Portable and
nor use tobacco, boo** or profanity nor __ __ ____ Boilers and Saw j
snake cigarette nicotine herself. ':The: Athens of Florida." She --- 4 Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Stationary Engines MaChiflrrlTall jI

Invitee tourists and settlers. So does DAILY ACCOUNT SALES Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof Mills'kinds'of all Wood-Working and MmSupplier I
Saws Belting
Mrs. P.:Montgomery of DeLand Florida.
Orange City. Can we afford to have We have many thousand"
','. a particularly queenly figure in'our Notice Is hereby gIven'that C. C. Fan, _
who will teBtltt
road between the two of satisfied customers
such a places any I
growing little city the dp -of last week. R. S. HAMMOND FRUIT CO. hug, purchaser 01 tax certificate Not, It will
longer tv See that this road Is properly 488, dated tho 7th day of June, A. D. 1W 119 _ to the merits of our poods. I
; Airs. Montgomery is In the land of hat filed said certificate in my office and pay you to get our PRICES and TERMS
graded/so will off it and
the water
flowers' emporium, Pa., .visiting I run Capital Stock $30,000. Full Paid. baa made application for tax deed to issn oefore buying1. We are general Soutn-
then put on DeLeon shell and it will no In scoordanoe with law Said certificateembraots ern agents for FARQUHAR Engine,
her daughter..Mrs.. David Bradahaw in longer be a mud road. the lollowlng described property Bol.era: and Saw Mills A postal will bring our salesman. Write for llluf

DeLand and Mrs. J. .... Harper and Alias situated In Volusla county. Florida towltt trated catalogue.
I AND __ ____
Belle Pys of this place. Mrs. Mont
; MEETING OF STETSON UNIVERSITY ., Tbe said land uelng ssseased at the dateof -
gomery is.a graceful lady with cordial 'be Issuance of such certificate iu the .
loving manner and much admired here EXCLUSIVELY. name of U. M. Ledwitb. Unless said -_-_ .-
certificate shaj be redeemed according to
; A wedding much interest to the I law. tax: deed will Issue thereon on the Now is the time. to orderSirnon4Pure..
lit day ol December A. D. 1808.\ : -
Pierson people ,iwa that which took Called In Special I Session to Fill Witness mr 0111011 signature and seal
.' place last Wedll day.- November 18, at : G' Commission Merchants Iblll the SOth day of October, A. D. lOOti..

f.. .. high noon in. County Judge Cox's omce Vacancies on the Board. lU4L] SAM'L D. JORDAN,' No. 1
Clerk Circuit Ct. Volusla Co .
whet\,.JICt'.Jofsphig.( PoweU,;, of this The Board of Trustees of John B.Stet- .119 Warren St.: '- New York Fiat .

place, and Miss Minnie Harvey of Put son University met in special sessionon I for your grove and be sure of a large crop next

: mm county.were .united In marriage Monday afternoon to fill vacancies on Notice of Application for Tax'Deed Un'
winter. All the b.st SIMON PURE
.the. anlasae)....-impressive, ceremony being the board occasioned by death of Trustees Write,,New York Office or our Representative' ,' dor Section 8, Chapter 4888. Law of groves use

performed by the,.0001ID y ;Judge. DeLand and, Clake' for. many years Oq4s Hammond. ,. DeLand, Florida. ". ; Florida T FERTILIZERS} they show for themselves : :

The beantif nil bild* w'a becomingly members ot aid .board. Notice 1 Ie hereby dren>that O. G.Fan. -

gowned in a traveling soil of taupe with. Present in, person and by proxy 31 -- --- dated clog purchaser the .8th. day of tax April certificate 1879. baa N.OIe ail
hat and gloves to match and she carried trustee* answered the roll call at this 5.Id certificate In. my oMee. and b.. mad ."-..-,. ;_ 'I- .

Vthaadeope.; ,"uqpe' .of bridal roses. meeting. All the resident trustees were Favorite applluiitlon with for tax deed to IsSue In aowwdanoe It will be "SIMON
,. law Said certificate embraoei on the spot when T. E. Arnold
Z'oflowtpgtheoeremey: delicious wedding present,,and President, John. B., Stetsonof the following described property' situate P'
I _ get .the PAINTEDrWAiuiHOUSBcompleted, at the depot.
$ breakfast Was served at 'be borne Philadelphia and Dr..W. 'A.- Hobkon B In Volusla oouutYtl'lorlda. towitt
Ne ( of 33, 47 acre*. When yod'want a of Fertilizer that'makes things
' J* of..tbe bride's pnole,..James Moore..: AtOM of Jacksonville-were. -, the. .oat. -town. .members lltyFertilizers ''Theraid land being aaeessed at the dab hump, see him. bal'
: Mr. and Mrs. Powell boarded the present. of ibe lasuarce of such certificate in u>. .
[* Dame of .I. B. Week.. Unless said N
' train for Jacksonville and Savannah on Hon. A< F.'I'mman': treasurer of the oertltluate shall be redeemed according M --- ,

..tMi) 4diBgtripv.. ,'rUbnd4tl8ayoIlOB John B. StetsonCo.r was...elected...trus- law.t.x deed will lame th.raoa on the 1st -

Ua>.f MtneUvt-psnonaUtr and sweet, tee 1 la place of.M*.".DeLand. ..-and. Rev. ,Manufactured! by day Witness of December my' official A. D.signature ll1O.' and sea. I San and bito'r1y .

disposition, stud It is with some degreeof ptBqM.Ul,, also of ,,Philadelphia, Sue Ibis the DOth day of October. A. D.'II1OS. J' @ _

sadness) thai hex host of friends- there pastor'of former Mrs? Stetson, now the SANBERS: FERJIUZER COMPANY Clerk(IUl4LltlAM'L Urotilt Court Volusla U. JORDAN FIa

I part with her, but they wish her bllpplW Countess of Santa Eulalia, and Mr. John p L. County II I .For-- Sale on Peach, Tree. ant Whit Fly. and

kef. new b me. .,Sk\IIo\; and fauu&etA2; /iii place I
other rr'InlirtJcfde" .
IhpwJa Jacksonville on Orange Trees; with "Schn
;. ;;; i I oLqg p...Of good c2isr 01 "Crt .. r'J tt D f Fla.' Notice:.to Creditors. Inrot'Pet spray ff

.lE( future. .They are "Vrestdent StetSea called the eetlng \ % "MiTSs r lywitb; old water.;

(., at..IwDM to their friends In Mr. Powell's for the parnose of filling these vacancies jI'rt; :.r' Ioio Notice ls hereby given to an creditor an< J, "j I >.i-,. -; x* A' ,
'Dealers In all ] Materials, all persons having,any' demands or oUlmi Money promptly! refunded 'if results are not satisfactory.LOCAL f
ihe bpard and was the only business ,
home la Fowellrllle. On*,*>tfJnsOnosl cut* against the estate1 of Henry A.: Wright .
'. joyaWe affair of the tip"of the week iransaoted. Other minor business was .,If HAgrlap4tur CheIDlI: Insecticides. Poultry 'J eoeased. to- present, the same.&0- taB on
f en darstgn4
I lV' ,',,\I WM the kacaenaade and luncheon,rna sought to be taken np, but the president Foods, Poultry 9uppfieaV! : InoabatoreyBroodrs '. I aw or the.wltbla same' will. the be tlme.preMiibed barred "W: ':AGENTS : .SCHNARR '&/ .CO. ,

: I fn.'!' M mother of she dedUPI&.t' plaqe.tprthrpe1fle5 before '"e .. .'and Malthold' Roofing r: : '. ., _',11 ",O..a..OOII. rim.. Nor,' 19061. 'j1444w.' ) FlSHCRi' Mind is'J.II MANUFACTURERSORLANDO
.. liT.) P.Pr.eu.: .". .. .'. I .UAaRSRX'. M. '''.,GIIT. .

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