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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: January 1, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00087347:00262
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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.... -, --. ..-. -. ... NEW YORK PACKER >PAYS LETTUCE, CRATES.

J J'y"{ : L &. 'D. A ,Y'.. ..DELAND.NICE COMPLIMENT. Receivers, Say the-Crate Is Far Preferable if You Want the BEST 'ORANGE ''RAPS, ,,,Ask l.faU

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%2r!.*.: 235-238 West Street New York tin Spent a Week Here. t discussed by receivers of vegetables this A
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...i .Jr.. week _
/ ,. was an experiment pat into effect
''If Y". lOt --- -- Mr. L. F. Walseman, the corre for the Brat time by Chase & Co., of lf;{ :

:; ,,-f'; .NAUCTION: SPECIALISTS spondent and representative of tie;/ Santord, Fla.,, in relation to the shipment Jt fl .I Y
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r \ d1ri New York Packer (devoted to the I Interentn of lettnoa. This consisted of
} # I N of the farmer, fruit and vegetable orates Instead of the usual hampers or n I (,

: ORANGESGRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC grower), spent a week: in Df- baskets. ,Nearly two cars of Sanford
SFLOKJDA Land recently, and In his communication lettuce to orates were received Monday
(given below) says some ..nlcethInII'I ; I by Milteer. Roberts&;Co. from Chase & 1 1 tt i .T Yi. .
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/.J Consign fruit to a house guarantees P r t ,
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your about DeLand, Its people and, Co. The stock showed in soh tl,1 N A O b r'Rat "
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%prompt sale market value quick returns and op 2 I '
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I' hla estimate "
r. our orange Industry, though cent shape and sold like hot cakes at t t
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w lASQUARE DEAL FROM\ START TO FINISH. of the present orange crop >n '2.M a crate. Each crate held from toil
.I 1 1"' .. It "II this immediate section Is abort some 30 to 40 heads The lettuce was well Y a .n

Ij ate ; ., .1 WE SELL AT AUCTION DAILY fi40,000or$50,000. His communication' headed perfectly sound and arrivedin Ise I Izbe
41" r: Is as follows: as good condition as the day it was
I ; I r1pW::r ...:.-------- m..+nn..non..w.rrw.r?. ,DeLand, the capital city of Volusja\ shipped II was grown by A. T.

_. .,..... ._.,...._. county and,the educational center of: Roaeiter..
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, 'A' 'J IIJ;. .......C------.....e---: : : :: """ ::-: e'i -: .....Cr....."::. Florida, has only to be seen to ,be appreciated Mr Roberta thinks that the success
'J .. ,' as one of the most beautiful which attended this experiment means
j c f' J Dx Box, IllS II .; K.ubll.hed 1880P1!>>..!, healthful and .attractive llttje' the death knell of the hamper system of
\\.1, cities of the South. Demand has line, shipping lettnoe. "Tba orates,"he BalJ.
II '$ broad streets, is clean has the best oi "are .a"great improvement over the

.! .g stores, hotels and business buildings,, hamper :where' the lettuce is well bended .
II : V'P. M. LEONARD & CO. P P.f beautiful homes?and above all is the because hz,that case,, theorates will;
, home of John B. Stetson University:' .arrive a* 4tw..whenthev,, left for their Best mosfEconomical to s'se
.f, ,'hf 'PPS!,, which Is without doubt one ot the destinationi whereas Inn, the .case of

in leading colleges In the South. De- hampers, light.headed lettnce shrinks COOK FOR THE' CABEL-THE 4ARAME O'RLQ. IN : : n; '*' >jr '

COMMISSION MERCHANTS: Land is up-to-date in every respectas and the baskets are only three qoar- F OR BAIu$1 BY nyi' l'' .,, ,.
a city and Its surrounding country, tare fall when they reach New York. A. DREKA, DeLand, Fla. R. S. MAIL./, Daytona; Fla't''''
with Its fine orange groves and country .
: In the oaaa of crates, the buyer can see
homes, is one of the most attract. everv one of the. 80. or 40 hands, which.. a E. E. IRELAND, New Simia. Fla. :
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; 'it; : 62 Clbdon!>> Street BOSTON MASS. !/r f; lye towrs In Florida.: orate contains.- n -- They- -- --admit of--more--- 111.I --" ,TTt..,.. !...- ,.\..'."".'f .
The orange, tangerine and I ] Bllia. a druggist with twenty-five ...'). ',(}'.X'tf
grape. cold
{1. i' iii' 11\. air than the hampers and are not 01 .. .. :'
; m fruIt groves In this vicinity are of the subject to snob pressure as the latter years' experience Is now with W. H. l ""tl'
\ ': r We Specialize Fruits and Vegetables best> in thrstate and have all, been So far, the trade has shown such par Miller and expects to remain in Inverness Fruit-Growers: ATTENTIONSS1,;
: grown since the freeze ot some fourteen tially to the crates that it Is more than We are glad to have him with ;;{;f ;
I .f" years ago The orange and other likely no good lettuce from now on will ns.-Inverness Chronicle. I'' I: .t{
SHIP: YOUR
.' ...,._...,.,.,._._._. ._....,. .,.,....,. ; ._....,._.,..,._._.; amounted citrus fruit to 80,000 shipments boxes, last of which year be New> shipped York Produce to this market News.in hampers The man -who praises his wife ..;.t//0: h "";eORANGES

'A.. deserves a poor one. And the man who -
the Clyde Line steamer carried nearly GRAPEFRUIT !
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/ a. praises a good wife more than she deserves : :

!J much 80.000.larger This, owing year's to crop.young will groves be ness For Sale.-Mnle W. M. Best.team, wagon and bar. Beach News hasn't, been born yet-:Palm ,.*' $ z. ;

> just commencing to bear fruit. ,Someof ttI I ... Green Truck VegetablesTO : { {.f.YJJ.
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1 : the best judges here estimate thlllyf'ar'lI .
< PHILIP L fOUY crop at 100,000 boxes The -. : .
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I shIpments at present are light owing VVM.. S. SWEET & SON, Inc. ; i
the low market and the
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....... ............... mmm.m.... > of the Christmas holidays 89 TO 95 CANAL ST. PROVIDENCE, R. I. LORD & SPENCER BOSTON MASS:; _
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1 ;;; :: : The principal packers and shippers :19O9 IB :HEREJ: : :
; Slip here include Chase) & Co., the famous ESTABLISHED 1887 .' 4tfJ
packers and shippers of fruits and WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR 'Ii

I'' ;v'';:' :;i.r 'ORANGES AND GRAPEFROIT which vegetables is enjoying, who! have Its a second packing-house, year of FLORIDA aud we FRUIT-GROWERS wish to ear to the WIre af OUR EXPENSE for Marker anti Sfencll :> p. :i..

success under the management of A.R. r... /
., .. To. Bogue and Mayo Dade, 'Mr. Bogue that in wishing ont the old year we wish ont unsound oranges and low . .' 10
i, \ having charge of inside work, while prIces.. And in wjaniug in the new year we wish in sonnd oranges and satisfactory _.........._......CCCCCCC........;...............;..........,;......r.....CCC...............,;.....r.rr.r.r....,..........,._........r........-t.. 1 1i

PHILIP E. EDDY PROVIDENCE Mr. Dade Is the field and road mana- Let prices as call to yonr mind the fact that Providence la the center of the ;"4 ,,Y'Y'w ]
''I -ri;;K-ea--in Rhoda Island ger for this section. Both of these most thickly populated section of the United States. Providence stands at G. G. McCI-INTOCK r r
the water men concur in the statement that the top in each lines of manufacturing as machinery and tools cotton and ," '
about two-thirds of the. prop oforanR'es woolen goods jewelry, eto. This market has over 000.000 people to supply d .
arouud and section Business is booming. Everybody is working which means all can, aud will m|) DISTRIBUTOR OP ALL ,fy1r. 1
from this has
der me, *itand already have fruit at good prices. Be sure and start the new year right by shipping ; f
out wraffea been shipped and that from all information yonr fruit to the best market, which is 14.iii

doorwayachickens czar ...I'" ON BROS. CO. obtainable from other partsof WM. S. SWEET & SON, ill CITRUS FRUIT F ,
,.; Florida where Chase & Co. operate PROVIDENCE, R. I.
p' a M't his condition Is about the ame. The Write nit qnlck to mail you stencil.e16s6wtt0ta'Iei : f) "

,) shington St., New York consensus of opinion here.among shlp- '' (, !n ':. ."
'''' i .... .... r"t. > is that at least 60 cent of the ;;
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t.. n citrus fruits of Florida have been .1.ttitPtMlt at..lFa+.'ae. .10'81I0 sia Si'titt"IFIP&fBdp) .IkIR IFCItt : 'j

:;\ L': .-r' -.j R SP EOIALTJESI : hipped. ESTABLISHED 1876.THOS. iI., '. .tt c. ;" ( ...l,.l1

). \ ; ; MODERN PACKINOHOUSE!!: tl''' 315 N. Front St. PHILADELPHIA ..Ii '...l ., .

The finest and most modern pack- \,/ ,: \ .-J"
I( 'J7" : FLORIDA3ORANGS ing/ -house here is that of the estate of NOONEY & SONS \u. ,....",...... ... ':' ... :. .

John B. Stetson, H. B. Stevens mana ll/.! "'1if
References alllvr Florida. Write for Stencil '+ :
ger.. This house Is not only one of the Jacksonville, Fla. : .
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i' GRAPEFRUIT largest in the state, but has all mod. ._ : :
; em machinery and up-to date appllnces. -'!' i,1A'yWm.: ; ; : ; : ; : ; : ; : i : ; : : :

: i Y.. AND Every orange grapefruit and COMMISSION MERCHANTS .. ..... ............. .............j... ;
tangerine of the Stetson brand is
\ 't. washed and thoroughly cleaned by ''"" !II, ,., .-_ f
;I ii : VEGETABLESStamps power> washers then dried and packedIn FANCY WEINERT & CO iii'
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: M r.." ,i. fancy wrappers, with the Stetson Jr: t
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tl'( ilW'f Stamps and Stencils furnished when requested. brands on every wrapper and box, FRUITS AND PRODUCEOUR I ,; *!':.'"
making this some of the finest packed
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j\\ .1' Ja fruit in Florida. The Stetson groves SPECIALTYRubber COMMISSION MERCHANTS

tal' contain about: 150 acres, with 00 acres '" .. .. .' .

W. S. :CROSS at Co. under D.cover.McBride Is another and Stencils wT .
A.
grower Stamps on application. ::: S. W. Cor. Front and Tine Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. M, e JS.me'
and who has about 150 acres
shipper SS MM__ _MMM_t1elIMF'tafi4 SIBIIF9B'Wy a i'nvf
In groves and packs and ships his own /F4titCttiliit11F4tF ::: ,.......,,,..,,, .' ::
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s fruit. Mr. McBride...ald: "We are ... \: ';, ..
CommissionlercliantsSUFFOLK shIpping an average of about 600 boxes :T:: SPEOIALTIES- )

,r' per week, which will continue until Established 1876 := FLORIDA ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT T"Palaat
all la gone, regardless of market conditions m:::
'... .t: PINEAPPLES and PLORIDA'VB"udalJI. f 8IJ....
14// VA. A. C. Haynes has a packinghouse/ P. RUHLMAN & COMPANY T:: ,....,..." .... ,r 1 .' .0&117._ 1 CIO p.,

P here and is one oi the large growersof ; Correspondence cheerfully 'ansvl, n 0,1118 IN... 30 xaily'
this section. 93 Murray Street 261 Washington Street ;;; '. 01117

s; ;Florida Granges, Grapefruit and Tangerines Solicited Much fruit In this section is packedby CITY*" .!!y......................-........,..;...Ar t 7 tri Ab sm t 10 pill"" a 8IJ 'I t
and NEW YORK ..... am 1168.m 1 60
the
grower shipped on consign .Lv 7mem ..
ment, and while the market Is not all ""',''', ,..." ..,,....,"..." ,....,. ..-...L. s I6 am U 1116 110 ? .1 8IJ pal palWO' .
">Be Give Careful Attetion We Refer by Permission to ;
hat could be desired most of the of FLORIDA'S' "" .mp" ._ ..
I We make a specialty handling LEADING CO!rl .. .
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r to all Shipments to Us Geo. H. Preatt, Seville growers are not complaining, and Under .. ; -
the circumstances are
generally
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4 3,9 CITRUS FRUITS
atlsned. VINZANT &m; > o gg:m J
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S e e s e eU 't. .12 : pm
: 1 -fRINCIPALLY i 60 pm Op pm ._.._...tJ E R S
41M111EY11041iatiRMEllt6arwlbehtlselFlR9t IbiMfPUPIfIFM11PM" ,..
{ ''GHT.Kay DOCK; roR K,
; ESTABLISHED 1B84f Governor's First Appointment.Governor Oranges a GrapefruitWe 1 ..."m.. NwalA. tdl-mq. Ne t

"i..i Qilchrlat baa selected and pleaseMtr I FR .1-: .or'. d.n or'DY_aa.....u_11m..........ID.' M...Y..
1 U Tears' Experienca la Florida would be from growers
? I Selling Cringes appointed Mr. G. Talbot Whitfield as .EAuutatt TIMa CARD OR
his private secretary. The announcement ,wishing to use the New York Market .._ aon..1 P..n'.. .tAIroRr r

t1rE tRISH" .BROTHERS came. quite a surprise to Talla- '-= -- '.'- '-.. =-.. Pineapples 1

1 jf'f g 5ar54' ,Commercial St., Boston Mass. bassseansi since ,no citizen even bad an _
would be '
Idea that a Tallahaaaean SEASON
{ COMMISSION. MERCHANTS! selected, and while it was known that ORANGEGROWERS'OPPORTUNITY; Eventuty
-T ; there weN number of applicants for Low rates via Clyde Line..treet'd. .
;.J"T:lb embew of National League Commission Merchants of IT. S. Ibat poiiUoo of great honor MrWhit- I Ilf Dun's Agency, or
? ;Refqeqcc.1he:*: Item' ,''tb.Natlon11'Bank. Boston; and The Record.: ) Geld will 0aaare> ap to lh..f pU,standard CHASE: &; ,COMPAQthe dank of Hartford, Conn.
:$ WRITE .Us :FOB BTENCILS.MM In 'all reepect, and Governor pll- largest and foremost packer and shippers of fruit and.egeu-r-' .. ,'01'' (
1 _) _'MMMMM aMMMa M''____ aiaMIJ Christ could not have secured a more In Florid. have recently erected. e oommodiou,\ packing-house Inl, I I
,equipped with the latest and beat pnoUlog-houne. machinery, I
Land
for that ? .
and man M11
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fe'F/'tfFFiiF_ eriFFFFFF'FFi'FaiFfFFFFFF. position In his state.Mr.. Whltfleld la and honest dealing 74.. .
4"rrx" = >toH3 'F'OR rY'Jt7RgesGpcfrnl"TaAg one of the beet posted men In Floridaon .They offer to tha for the packing and marketing ttv ESTABLISHED 1B84
stats a1alrs'and' for that. one I'8.oD.If product,the*ervlo *and advantages of an organisation brought. f ,. I"
iues.aitd Earlj,>YegetaWes; then'wen not other'will prove a prnt Aa.peoUODo'thelr,Ugh slate of eMolenoY new by packing lean-hou.e of zperienoe.,at UeLand demon,' :nd.Jtn' 24 Tears' Experience In Selling Florida Oranges "I

valuable alI\\o, Hta. Excellency, Governor ,better man prlntan: *ink their tacllltie lot the,proper handling *neCbe
gW gghegehlpi d tfEwFti'IjIyodprdaot; doing'btiudnea.'im > '
"'Albert W. QllohrUt.; The True fruit atthlnd. GERRISH BROTHERS'
;? hik Htiubeawf t O enx at enter Tb" governor O1Iohril A. Co.'*brand*are well and;favorably known to the tr!sc."81t'
Democrat congratulate .command the>blgbt,,, price in all the market.' They do 5:-54 Commercial St.
The Tree Democrat congratulate bowv, solely upon the reputatloo\ of their brand fo .no'l) yy Boston, Mass.
*Bon.)p.X.Whltfleld.Tallaliawe: hav a flnly organiied and exparfeneed: *al.. ,deparrmeet,.bQIweek!
sensed by mon ornprla *andability.In.all. of ,*he prjnolyd, et:of COMMISSION MERCHANTSMembers
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R0 I83ION) MERCHANTS I, "' '11""." !!.'-',.", "" \!rlt". \' I.ill dally oommuniolslon by wire.vl4thee.sales' s .oatlone I I of National League Commission Merchants of IT. S. 1
M ;'" > _\;; ,,,.,,,..'.. ;. : son.ta 1.11'I.tomb with 8O."llooID Ml I markets ,T his body Reference; ),The Item,' 4th National Bank, Boston and
The Record.
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s the a t'7. ;...,. and a 4 .to, .mwenare&be ,,"... ;,:. .. I Ij from WRITE US TOR STENCILS.

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f;: : ,OL1iSIA' COUNTY "RECQRD.nI.r.d .' ':.:Ther6 has recently 'been completed -]-CHILD 'CAN 'BE MADE PERFECT. ALL oVBR THE COUNTY '--N;;unflinching worker ,and prominent

at Great Falls, Mont., a ': stock:,owner large cltrns! grower, packer "
' 'and shopper, as well as one of the R.' C. Bu.*/jieHJ. .
'l.l' ;, ,," .. .', huge chimney for carrying away Californian Claims HeCan Make Child ITEMS OF INTEREST: WAFTED' .TO I. H. ErfcAson1! '
I. th* Poctofflnt at DoLaad.as 11... the fumes of the works largest tax payers in this section, His
.1 smelting
irawntd,elas matter. Have Character Parents Desire. TilE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS packing-bouse the past month has A. ERICKSON ,& CO.

:' 'r.- '-,,:--- ',:' which will take rank as' one of Chicago, Deo. Ambitions: parents. I CORRESPONDENTS.. been as busy as the band of the 20th !

" B.'S: ::PUEViTT, Bailor Proprietor.V the tallest ,structures in the who'are anxious to bring np their children North Carolina regiment in the battleof ----'---.......-.-.--
tf.V "* world. It is feet in outside Bloody Angle at Spotte'lv' ala courthouse
'\ _,. 7U-2 to be absolutely perfect should adopt Pierson.
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,', ,diameter at the base, and methods practiced by Dr. Leon Landone, in 68. Now on the Miller DIY.I Call. .

< 'GOT. Uilchrist will preside at 53 feet {0} inches at the top. Jt President of the Institute of Applied I ouao of life la a happy home, where We Wish to. 1.
Rev. W. H. Stone and
the banquet to J>e given W. J. Science and Art of Los Angeles, CaL family loath weary comrades may find the rest and

,:Bryan in Tampa February. extEllds 506 feet above the'ground According to tbe Doctor's theory is Seville Pierson (spent Xmas with relatives: at bUs for which he signs where sorrow Your Attention to OurJLInepI!! !I ,
". .. and 528 1-2 feet above its lowest '
lives and dies.
.' possible to make. a child anything tbe never friendship never ,

". ., The Record' sincerely wishes foundation course. Its total : heart desires, if it is only placed in the shipment Peter Pif qnmquats>rnnn sent: the-to New lurfMAt York. Rlnflrlo last; I Christmas. was universally. observed in I Star and RkhmondPiJNow : ,/

'" every one of its readers< a most ,weight; is 24,904 tons. The brick proper environments, and surroundedwith Monday.V. Pierson The business houses had a record

work is 18 inches in thickness at necessary! equipment. breaking trade all the week. Xmas '
', 'prosperous 'new .year ; that the A Nelson of Chicago Is here lookIng on dI1a3'1!JJ.
t I For example, If the child happen. to day. the town had the appearance of
the top and 66 inches at the base. after his handsome .
" --new them much orange wove,
year may bring be of a quarrelsome or selfish dispositionand a Sabbath. There were turkey dinners Our Ware-ropW.
lined with cared for by J. t*. Cade. .. "
" 'happiness, prosperity and good ibis throughout: a it is desired to develop the antithesis and quite number of bunting parties .. ""'!''rU'

:- ", ne 4th.. j* 4-iuch wall of acid-proof brick. of these traits, it can be done by W. W. Powell now moves with $08 were out., There were appropriate services They represent 'true value for your money. .
_ worth of gold in his mouth, placed thereby
;placing the child in an atmosphere at the Lutheran church. Among if desh d.
V :_ ,Oooper the Pnnta Qorda con- The governor and the Internal where it is brought into conRtant touch dentist O'Qalnn of Seville. hose giving turkey dinners were Mr. We sell them on EASY payments :

':'victed murderer? is now wondering Improvement Board have closeda with ether children who muat ..lr4y Mlncev Elklos of Eldridge raffled off .and Mrs. J. A. Harper. Mra O. H Cade, __________.u..u..__. .n____.__....._..--_u._-.._._,-_____u--.-.....-..

what the new governor will deal with a Denver (Col.) millionaire possess these desired qualities.. The bit tars gold watch. Saturday. and Levy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Powell Me. and SEWING MACWNHS
V child in question will soon learn that. its UoUlama. was tbe lucky winner Mrs. Peter Pierson, Mrs M.C. MoBrldc, NEVV HOME/
,do with him. lie should either which insures the continuance -
..... own whim will not be Battened .and the Mr..and Mrs. Gas Hagstnm. of Rosen Mr. .and Mrs Nets Pierson, Mr.and Mrs. 1
>, 'be'executed, sent to the peniten- of his drainage scheme I same qualities that these other children green avenue, gave an elegant turkey Gus Psterson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. The World's Best. **

.'j ,tiary,,or; given his ,freedom, that after his retirement from office, ,possess will be rounded out. dinner on Friday. to a number friends Powell gave most sumptuous banquet _..______U.Un n..n.un.n.n_ .__ ,_, nn.___.__._.

fc ., ,there may be an end of this case. which is Monday, Jan. 4th. He Dr. Landone states that be has been Judge J. E. Cade and family of Seville at evening but the crowning event socially
experimenting with this theory for several ; and one long to be remembered EDISON PHONOGRAPHS }
has sold to this millionaire 500- and A. O. Harper of Marion coun { VICTORI
;;:' :The people of Florida never I lands for years. and with such promising; ty spent Xmaa under these blue was the heavily. loaded Xmas tree at the I

.*-V 000 acres of Everglade results. clef Lutheran church,with hadaome presentsfor _.....n.n__.__...____...__.__.----.._.__un.u n_.__ '
began a new "year with better one-half of which is skies.R.
$1,000,000, "I have taken children of most there. While old Uncle
a every person J
'prospects than are4 before them L. Jenkins an unflinching Mnlli- Largest Stock of ;:
to go: into the state treasury, the vicious type," said lr. Landone, "and Santa was passing through town be
'Y'
*' 'foxthe year 1900. Business in other half for drainage purposes, placed them In .an atmosphere of re nan of Seville is hi le ruralizing among placed nice family trees in the Hanson 'J

tt.:? "'al1- channels are'good throughout by the purchasers, the $500,000 fiuement, and kept them In constant. Pierson packing bonae.friends, and in a live wire in a and at several other homes, loaded with HARNESSIn I

.. the' state; with every promise convict with these conditions until it elegant presents for the little ones. The the County !
state in three
to be paid the annual -
, (that it will continue so. would have been impossible to distinguish T. S. Na worthy and Archie Powellof abstinence Mulligan. guards performed

" ,.:.. payments. The purchasersare ,between them and the other chil Little Egypt went to DeLand Tues physical exercise among the laddlbncks, xx: :

'iff The Florida East Coast Rail1o.1M"y to select the 500,000 acres in dren. In some cases the evolution tooka day. They are an. fine Mnllgan guards. as carrying. off all the prizes, and individual -

'is., putting,.on magnificent; every alternate section of land long time, but In the ,end it was Invariably live in this snn.ktaand horizon. events, snob as high .and long jumping -

tIna to accommodat&the greattourist drainedji pnooessf H. B. Powell, A. P. Rhodes, Ira Reeves I rope climbing, races, etD. The abstinence >>- XXgHOTEL
"Some of my greatest. successes have and B. F. Ward of Turpentine city mulligans are mannerly trustworthy

travel! jJie jfcBiired. Its the last the capital been in developing the quality. of courage were on this sand hill Thursday. swinging and unwavering. The Naswor
...."1'. '1 e par orr.:' .will. run through By census In children by constantly bringing the plnmb line of business. thy Xmas turkey shoot resulted In R.H WEBSTERLake
invested inagriculturein the Uni- Ashley winning the largest gobbler; H.
r.t. Ightll Kea 'way below them into contact with little things that. Capt.. D. F. Morrison of Barberville, H Harper. second; Willie Ashley third

."" .Miami, where' se"steamer:.conJ ted States was $20,000,000,000 tend to bring out this trait. I can. also one of the beet men south of the Yellowstone and J. M McLenden the red and white Helen Fla.

J$:: nection ii made for Key'West and by the last report of the agricultural take a child and develop an inventive Park was on this life line on Sbang Hal rooster.S's ,

*.: and Havana.f department the products quality a musical quality or an artistiu Thursday shaking. hands with friends

.}.. of the farmfor 1007 yieldeda quality by placing them in envlroniuunts Robert THE GUILLOTINE.It JOHN A. and M. I. JEFFERYS, ManagersWell
Bennett sojourning jn Palatka -
f' eLand suitable to developing these I
and Volusia county grand total of $7,000,000,000 traIts spent Xmas here with home folk. _..... ,.....___n..________._._n,_,___.. _____n_u_..____.___h_n_'___.n_.._.
Was Not Invented by the Man
should by all means be represented Compare these figures to the bil "One It would take a mighty fine tooth combto Whose
of Nam It Stars.
the most needed qualities In Arranged Roomy Clean Sunny
. ,
at the Florida Midwinter lion-dollar steel trust find a better or politer Mulligan than
over this day and axe, and one vhich the Bob. In a book published by Hector
Exposition at Jacksonville. Mr. which the whole world went modern wan ot today sadly lacks Is Flelschman in Germany the story of Heated with Hot Water System, Plentyof

Mrs. Curry the preity wife of engineer the origin of the instrument of execution Good Bathrooms.
; E. 0. Painter, formerly of this daffy a few years ago, and the the quality of executiveness says. Dr. Good Service.
Curry of Miami with her handsome which was named for Dr. Gulllo-
; pl ce president of the Painter' Land me, "and it is my ambition to State Your Wants. We Aim
Please.
of the to
magnitude grel&tness-and little daughter is here for the holidays tin In the day. of the reign of terror

; .Fertilizer.Co., has volunteered to of the growing; !lre&tuesof: agricultural wake be developed this tbe in predominating my coming trait experiments. to with her parents honest and Airs. Nels la flatly denied. "There is no truth RATES $9 to $12 Per Week
"
f' look after the exhibits that De- interests in America ." Pierson. la the story so long believed be says,
"that the genial old physician invented TELEPHONE! ,
. Land Yolnsia Misses Etta .and Helen Lofberg of De-
. or county may becomes apparent. Then remember the machine which was named for him F ,
;send there. Land spent Xmas In thin garden spot and by of which ha la said
too that of all the means to
:', I START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT. with their grandparents, Their brother have lost his life shortly after Its adoption. :xgXX:
interests in the
The Bureau manufacturing -- Victor accompanied them. .
of Equipment wIll They are GuUIotln, la keeping with the I +-

open.bids on January 5th for the United States, 75 per cent are Turn Over a New Leal and Strive charming yonnn visitors. spirit of hi* time, proposed on Oct. --

; dependent on the farm for raw The Piersou sisters, Mrs Merriam .and 10,..1780 that all offenders, regardless
long-distance wire-
i high-power!; to Make the World Better.Todxy Miss or their birth or station, snouia be dealt
products. Edna and little American beauty
less station ,which, as was recently ashes in the New Year 1909, Miss Onssle of DeLand spent the boll i with alike by the law, and six months J. F. ALLEN\ CO5

announced, is to be located eqsWe and begin it with better intentions, days here with ktnfolk.They are charming '' later he proposed to the government
are sending out statements to oar that convicted murderers should be
The bftter. ;1 Jtrils a more kindly feeling for ,
near Washington. station 1 ladies .and welcome visitors.
beheaded of
by
means a simple -
subscribers for 1909. and hope tbnt remittance apparatus.
,must transmit messages over will be mad without farther humanity, a constant. effjrc to make all Mr .and Mrs. Q. F. Nasworthy, son The mechanism of which he and Leading Furniture House of Volus1Qunty
.
_
'radius happier and better giving a kindly message Walter and sweet no one else had any Idea at that Umewas _
.. a of 8,000 miles and must bllliua The Record ia 'nly .1 I when daughter Miss Annie
and best wishes for wan, woman spoken of as the 'simple "
be with paid ia advance less than cots May. of Bochelle, On are here visiting apparatus
;. jSjIso equipped: a telephone I..to per and child A writer generously says: by the humorists ef the day and
their I
'
material. Jd Iniwr children They are fine people .and
system sending to a distanceollOOsuiles. week. Printing it are "New Year is at hand Let .all try the phrase was used to make its pro- 'DROP IN"and
) too high to snlwcriljtrs at tbe (1 are delighted! with a land of perpetual' .
carry to make it a day to end the fends the sun shine. poser ridiculous so that when a ma.
:. 10 \ : rate. without payment practically in bitterness, the estrangements. tbe enmities chine finally was adopted the wits of

..':,A terrible earthquake and tidal advance. Otherwise subscribers will be that. have. separated families .and The Xmas jag-jog has caused some I I the time named it guillotine. The government see our Newest ,_ .
billed for *1.50 par year. missing faces forever and ever lu the evidently recognizing the value "fu
- -''wave killed many thousands of friends. It is the day to forget andforgl..e. total abstinence club here. They would of the suggestion, asked one Aa- Styles in Parlor and
S. '3'
people in southern Italy last A negro by the name. of Will Davis rather imbibe the poison stuff and disgrace I, loins Louis, a surgeon at the Salpe- ,

Monday.. Twelve thousand people was found dead on the railroad track bappiness"No statiatiitn tbe lost has friendship reckoned that the, lost has themselves and families. than. to'' gave trlere, to similar devise order a machine to a carpenter and later by Dining Rooiii fur:1.::1.

were killed in the town of last Friday morning sooth of the arisen this year from small differences be respectable, honorable, law-abiding the name of Guidon who offered to

Messina, almost destroying the depot np at Seville. His skull was that have grown great by being broodedover citizens. construct an Instrument for decapitation nlture. .

entire town, and completely wiping crashed and tbe body otherwise manS. ; but they have been great What The forces of pickers and packers at for 8,660 llvres. This was considered '

out several smaller towns in Kled. It waa believed that he was first good does it do to treasure np bate the Peterson, Hagstrom brothers, Jones too high a prIce, and the contract
murdered and the body placed on the. 'and bitterness T What and Pierson packing-houses have been was given to a German cabinetmaker -
benefit
is
,L that vicinity. The death rate is track tbat the train. mIght ran over it "'par hack' old it to the past month as DUlY getting off fruit by the name of Tobias Schmidt who

reported ad ,terrible, exceeding und shield the murdurer or murderers, better for it T Do scores two?wrongs Are yon make any.aright as Gen. Booker's: forces were daring the model received in 824 1702.llvres Schmidt for the made accepted guillotines Phone No.6: J. F. ALLEN & DeLand.Z'J[

>' one hundred thousand. Justice of tbA Peace Cade empaneled t"We advance. on Missionary! Ridge Noyem-
for all the provinces, and the in-
a jury of which after investigation Ler 34th, 1863.
inqnest an all transgress. We all wound dnstnr! brought him a moderate fortune .

Governor-elect] Gilchrisb! will rendered a verdict in accordance the feelings of frlendn. We .all wrong W. O. Baker, a reliable proKnonticn- which be proceeded to squanderin ---- .--.- -

take the oath of office at noon with the above facts. others We all need' forgiveness. Shall tor.savs there will be no freeze this win. Paris, while Dr. GuUIotln. who never .
we, then, refuse that to He Is had anything to do with the makingof JOHN B. WELCH
S's others which I ter. so suienf it that he has three
i,,, ;:Monday ,next, January 4th, and a machine which bore his name,
Before the w" need ourselves T Then of
new year ends the present why not acres sweet potatoes planted for .a ,
will assume charge at the Capitol Dreka Department. Store building will start 1009 with a better feeling for oar winter crop. He bases his predictionsupon quietly continued and to unostentatiously practice his profession in Paris) ORANGE CITY FLA

.: The Tallahassee people are give way ton handsome brick and stone, fellow creatures Wipe out all the the condition and position of the until be died there on March 28. 1814." -- _____un.n_ __u_ ,n,,

making great preparations forth structure, one of the handsomest bUll, meanness and strive to enter upon the mistletoe in the hammock. FANCY AND STAPLE

,* inauguration. Military companies -I ness blocks ,in all sonth Florida. The new year with malice for none and Dr. Seward O'Quinn of Seville is located Arrival/ and Close ol Mills tl Deland. GROCERIE!

will be. there from Jacksonville excavatlon'bas 'been completed for the charity for .all. here for awhile .at Mrs. Qanters on ARRIVE. TOBACCO AND CIGARS :

structure and work will begin on it as s-C Pierson avenue. He is not only an accomplished From North .... ....1:38 and 6:20 P.M. -DIn GOODS. SHOES, HATS ETC., ETC..n. .-
Ir' ,, Tampa and other places soon as the winter rash is over with W. C. T. U. dentist but removes! a tooth South... ... ..............8:48 P, M. .. nn___u_...______._..
' i to participate in the inaugural Night Mall (North and South)....7:30< A. uOLOSI. Best and Freshest Canned Goods
. ,//'I'. this house. The Dreka DepartmentStore The Woman Christian. 01 crowns one without pain. and mason- constantly on hand and all fir

ceremonies.. is doing an immense business, too Union will hold its Temperance ically. he works with the Solomon band. doing North ...................2:40P.M. class Groceries for your table. '
large. for the present building to take. 85th anniversary, in of F. and A. M. in the temple at Arabl, .. South.. ...,11,40 A M. and 6 P. \(. Country Produce Bough__ A First-class:. Meat Market In Connectlo
_
the Christian church Friday night, Jan.. For Grunge/ City and East Coast. 10.0: ) A. M.
Jncle J Sam has turned over the care of. It will be a handsome Georgia.
very lit;, 1009 at 7.80 o'clock. A silver offerIng Nlgbt Mall. (North and South) ...9 P. M. Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find
eminent of Ouba to the building George Dreka will have erected. will be taken. Addresses and good Will T. Walters will be found with iMalUclone
and is from -S.. McBride & Hanaen, and will be pleased of trains. ,
.s, withdrawing music will be given, and the public is
-i, landing the men, The new Board. of County Commissioners Invited to be present. Miss Minnie E. to wait on his old' friends. Will is a

-- supplies at will hold their first 1900 meeting Neal, State President W. C. T. U. I. nice, temperate, clever young man, polite Weatherology.
army ,
next week. The new Board will consist expected to be there. and attentive to duty. He attends The wMthar condition for th. week ending P0CKETs''M1VES
bly in a few years the grain and grocery deot'ment. while beam .
r of Dr. O. W. Fisher of this place, sac S. -
mOre internal] needing Commissioner Cranor; Mr. J. Miss Jennette McBride bandies the

Cubans and G. Cade, of Pierson.suooeedlng Commissioner MIXED -- )ard stick In the dry goods and notions 1 j

Jl'1 again. be McBride, district No. 9; Mr. W. THE SIGNS. department. that. bee hive of industry. J

in sucnad D. Bradshaw. of Daytona, succeeding! Ssrasat and the Ssndwleh M.n In Richard Peterson, a noble, blg-beart-

Commissioner Potter district No. 8, Edinburgh.To id, sober yeomanry that. gives backbone 22-M 75 CI...,. E.
States 23-43 69
Cloudy. N.W.
Mr. 8. B. Owens of New Smyrna, succeeding advertise Barasate's performances and sinew to the Ernpoiia section 24-68 76 SB. 'VPAZOR5

Commissioner Murray, district In Edinburgh eight sandwich men were aad a practical, balanced honest man, 2 25*--61 13 59 73 Clear." W.W.

E7o. 4. Mr. Rufus Brooke-succeeds him sent out, each of whom bore in front fall of wisdom .and a sound leader of 27-81 '1" S,E. Froet. Ic*.

L'ge self as Commissioner from thu first dls and behind him one letter of the great men, a peaceable, faultless neighbor and la-41 71 Cloud $:. .

triot musician's name. They started all citizen his reliable A,.48.7 68.S '
comprising the writb end. sent son Britt to pay. .
rlnnt. but after BEIIUN. WRro ..
a time removed the
S. boards from me writer a year's subscription for the Cb-opermtiv Observer U. S. Weather Bureau. When an ordinary .

gath of Count Bertola.Q. their shoulder to bare a J:(, curd, Friday last. Britt id a youngster .. ____ ilJ,_ razor shaves an '
_ rest.On of excellent haoits. modest and un.umlog. See the line or naruess. ac J. Cranor'snew __ l,,__ ; beard
extraordinary
'). Bertola died at fitesday resuming their labors each man .... harness store .tf 7 r ,
shouldered the board the suffers and
nearest him and _v razor so
morning at the fell In F. B. McBride '- .. _
-.bee behind the man who bad for Captain of Montgomery does the face. It is poor -
to which
merly marched before him. G.., r ugeed to this town.in /
ke ago, When the leader, who bore the Initial the'boat climate that the Creator ever CAMPBELL & KNOX economy to buy ordinary, ) -f...

nut. Be "8." turned around to see If his men gave man Friday. 'He la visiting relatives Contractor for unvouched-for tools or cutlery.KFNK1JTTKR.

-1 $ were ready what be saw was "flata- and friezes here during the noli-
Masonry Plastering Brick Work
rcsa. Ha knew to ,
5. enough realize that STools
do.s. Ha ia laud
wealthy owner.aierchant -
something was wrong but how to Cement Sidewalks, Curbing, Etc.
cotton planter and capitalist.!
right It was
more than he could tell.
Lowest consistent ,
prices with first-
Jill
fter changing a man her and there steam ginning ylauc bvedcd ov..rIIIIIW cia.,. work. P. O. Box 163.
It ".tr.ses." Bat still It didn't bales of cotton this H&8tOU, '730 of ,and Cutlery

correct from bin own plantations.; Ue is'' '
are made of the
[his time the poor fellow WAS In 'a wan of Cue personal bearing. He HAYWARD INSURANCEAGENCY. and finest steel, perfectly tempered
guaranteed.
If a Keen Kutter Raxer
ble state. pulls
If GI their
any em- bivouacs and mans the boat in the west and its
edge turn. on a beard
strong
people were on the outlook
parapet. In Aural Lodge F. and A, M.
Id see them, their day's -get your money back. If a Keen
wage at Mt.Vernon, Ga. His secretary 8, H. .. Kutter Pocket
stopped! H. tried again and Knife proves-to bet
Morris acooiupruiua: lUlU, awl they Intend .
I a. but It was no us.. We still represent the Leading oaoftortoobrjttleorjoohardor .
to take 1 la Cubit before ,
moment later a man bearingr retiming to American unsatisfactory In any way
| ,"8" before and behind was the Empire/State of the South. Fire Insurance Companies get your money back.

flag toward the musIc ball to : ,The i to model among which i is the !,. Wo sell them. S
I- |nth. name from I' sorklights) a west Pier- .....-.....,,..,,'..... ,
ODe of the son horn*. He'; is a moat patriotic American /ETNA
era. And along the ,right ani \ OF HARTFORD.
bird lhoed.It! : by playing WATTSsiuER'coe.
inceton street there f
appointed rendezvous walked at Santa Clans Thursday ,night, Dec. ITtb, With us since, 1872. : _

three men who bore the when a bouncing baby girl. was placed -, -
'
IC. "A A B," while opposite at: the pretty Some of Captain and Mrs.C. Dwellings and Contents a Specialty: PECA11I3ESNow ths.. .R. tL O"JiE

ac.d .lon *the left side A, Miller. Her limbs are plump\and '"' *, ,
'Pr-np, who, If to a4..ert1M body sound, aid tipped the soaleq at 10 Compare Iour' :comprehensive U the time to plant Pecan Trer. ,OSTEOPAT"tr :-

e'attention,' mcc: sddIJMW pounds.Tbi4pp.fou.poeseu1ou of nuuianlty. and'liberal, "Fcrmi'i'with others. Best varieties of drafted trees for sale. 0....... nalcd HTHOOt. Of' (

,who passed feoksdsmsmmvnt I .of,which sbe father and mother See the nuts at Fisher's Drag Store' ( ,kltksvilIrMs. OMTIOPATH-.
<< as..t. tliIsl.tw4''hJ E.Ji.'HAYWARD Contracts for grafting these butt to &clJle"-Yerlt Are. 'Orre.ihic.iiei.Arm
,etta nn st," is 'sure a "
,, baqJi'r-.- [handsome Ut;| nuts, Captain Miller U 37 S. Boulevard '.' DeLand Fla. maker Trees >-', ''Once Hours 10t4.Uain.V,:i> to 0 p. ,,
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.CHAOS IN A, ,,LIBRARY.: l
',V&as ,many aches and pain canned byweaknesxes .. .....-- -.. I "
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..' and PERKINS I" : : J COAST LW{
".'ment! falling,or other displace- Baroey'e Fearfully .Bad kuok With. JAMES W. : TJ 'rlrNm.JG' ;
of tha pelvic Other '
organs. symp
Ouetodiane, of .I-U. Books : ; '
toms of female weakness .an frequent 11. RAILROAD ; :-
headache,' Imaginary specks or Franclsque> 8areeyi bud a ,splendid library ATTORNEY and COUNSKLOR-AT-: ,

dark spots floating before the eye, gnaw ,' of, which be won very proud, LAW, ,. .. .

ing sensation In stomach dragging or and there' are'' many stories told la I '

bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvlo Paris about-the singular fates comic DeLund. Florida.. .- .Ooes Everywhere=

'region, disagreeable. drains .from .pelvic and tragic, that overtook the librarians Will Practice In Btate: and BViKrulCourt '

organfl.htnt| spells with general weakness. 'who successively looked after the- late .*
,<">jo "' ( crltlats books. ---'------ Soul UestTHROUGH
mptotn? n..Ilr... ntfltore(\ I Is DO remedy Ot: ; ? :ast
& BI Y
< TEW ART
first ,
; aL.t. 'wftUIv qUtaker:tertpf{In more perairBWJMleVie's The was a released convict* wbo Castorlft fa n Jiarmlosa substitute 1'or Cantor Oil, Paregoric ) ,
lla en Favorite pleaded that to be much among ,good ,' Drops and. Soothing Syrups. It Is fleamuit. It

; :\'ha*rtfteoord of over forty book* would reform him. Sarcey. pugnacious contains neither Opium, jHorphlne nor other NlreotioIIlIblltance. ATTORNEX'.A'r-l./I!: W. .
, 8&rs.' the .n In print, was th\ I ikindliest cf .' It le! troys Worms and aUnMH<'evorl"llIaels." !

men In practice. He yielded to the It cures Diarrhoea and ,Wind Colic. ItrClioveit Toeth. Office In Bank Building. DEliAND.
' n c" fA e t I made plea. Unfortunately bis protege car log Troubles, nnd ,cures Constipation. It rctrulatei tho Branch office over Postoffloe.DAY'lQNA PULLMAN SERVICE

It g )'cerlo ex..ac. 0 n.. "e medlcl. ried the ethical cure too tar for one Stomach and Uowela,. jflvlnff healthy an l :natural sleep. .
. 'toil root* found In our forests and eontains The Children's: 1'auaceu The Mother's Friend. '
day he decamped, taking with him the Cary D. Landls 'Bert Flab
&. not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or ON ALL TRAINS
. habit-forming dross. Its Ingredients are beat of M. Sarcey's good books. The Kind Ton Have Always Bought LAND1S & FISH ,
The second a minor
all printed on the bottle-wrapper and attested was dlstinetly .
.
under oath as correct.' dramatist, Debrlt by name and debrlt 1 Bears the Signature of ATTORNEYS and COUNSKLORS- .'

\ livery i Ingredient entering- Into "Favorite by nature. He had worn himself Into AT-LAW, ''
Prescription*. has the written entdorsement an incurable melancholy by perutsteiit CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER'1 :

of the most eminent medical addiction to the humorist vaudeville DeLand, Florida
writers of all the several schools of practice ;tflli Practice In State and Federal
habit. Sarcey saw that a l111nencefrom ,
-
-more valuable than amount of Couits. .
any .
non-professional testimonials though the further composition could only beaecnl'ed Special facilities for examining and For detailed information, schedules, rates and reservations, see
If the hud
man some light occupation
latter are- not lacking, having been contributed perfecting land titles
voluntarily by grateful patient with a living wage. He established In Use For Over 3O Years.GENESISJQF your nearest Ticket Afcent, or write or call on

In numbers to exceed the endorsements him in the ,vacancy left by; .H.q...... cc" '" .u...u............... ".....0". c,... 1 T* McORORY, E. L, POWE, Ticket A, given to any other medicine extant for the convict. A few days later as the : #

the cure of woman's Ills. -critic. returning from the theater drew -- FRANK C UOYLSTON, T,'"v. Pa s. Allt A. C. L. [
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You cannot afford to accept medicine J k III Flft.
any ae aonv e
his carriage before bis door he -- ---- ATTOIINEY-AT-LAW.
of nnknown composition as a substitute up A. W. FRITOT, Division PaasenRer Agent A. U L. )r
heard a smash of shivered glass above FEAR. I -
for this well proven remedy or KHOWH
COMPOSITION, even though the dealer may him. followed a minute later by wlult CHOICE PEACH LAND I DeLand, Florida.

make a little more profit thereby. Your he no longer dared to call a dull thud Gray Cells of Our Brains Stamped FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS -
Interest In regaining health Is paramount on the pavement below. The woe be With Ancient Terrors. !

to any selfish Interest of Mt and It Is an I. gone librarian wearied of life bad The average man would sooner face $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE SilM 1'. Wright, S. B. Wright. Jr.

Insult to your Intelligence for him to try thrown himself out of the window' a :200! pound human antagonist than a WRIGHT & WRIGHT,
to palm off a substitute. Yon Beat P.acrt Section In th. Stata .11
upon you With his last breatb he cursed Sarceyas
; fifty pound dog which be could choke John B Stetson
Cess know to what supply you the want article and called It Is his for.bud- his murderer. to it-nth In three minutes. I have seen S. A. BAKER, Seville, Fla. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.NOTARIES PUBLIC University

Dr. Plorce's Pleasant Pellets are the Third In order was one Bernard a a charging ram scatter half a dozen

original "Little Liver Pills' first put up gladsome ,youth whose blithe temperament men, anyone of whom could have ttlCH at Telegraph Office

by old Dr. Pierce over forty years ago, promised relief from the gloom mastered the brute in a moment, and DII4 AND, i FLORIDA.VOLU8IA A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.

much Imitated but never equaled. Little cast by his predecessor. In the height: not one of whom was in ordinary mat (. ,__'nO"_'__,

sugar-coated .rloDulu-eaa., to take Meandy. of his glee he pulled out all the books ters a coward. There are In'tameu un COUNTY ABSTRACT
v INVESTMENT and TITLE ; COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-EntfMt/ Langungeiiml! Literature Latin,
so as to rearrange them In more logical record of men who with their bare INSURANCE
Greek lorcoan, FiBnob.': Hpmilub Matbunnilli'B, Chemistry, I'b'llCelIIecbllolo-
order on the shelves. He ,stacked: bands have held and baffled an ugly COMPANY. ,
Alts Hmtory' lmloaophy, IVdnKogy, Political Koonomj, Uioloiry tienlnxy,, ,
them ID craggy; pyramids all over the, bull, but It- was only the pressure of 1'hysloal Culture etc. In IW Stetaon ndopteil the sump ri qnlrcnionU for admlB -" '
A MENTAL FRENZY Boor. But It happened) to be the special grim necessity that taught them their furnished Titles Insured. lon ..ntllCrlldu"lon, llint were. held by the University ol Cbliiugo: Hud. tli"
Abstracts and titles .
perfect-
two were nffillatvdCOLLEUK
day of the week whereon Sarcey I powers. Put a man agaliist an animal id. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Bupolied. !: : UP LAW-Always strong this college: will be further strength-'
Bam of the Things a Man Saw In Dellrium was wont to have a few of his the and tbe man looks around for weapons cued In the tall ol 100H by Inoreaging the teuubing force and aiid by ondi' 'Ing a ,.

Tremans. atrical friends mule and female, to or support' whether he needs them Unpoxlte Volusl County Bank. two yen's' and a tbree v'elrs' course of study
lunch with him. After lunch a dance, did. COLLEGE OK" TECnSOI.OliY-Clvlf.: ( Electrical Muohnnlcal and Cht'miaal -
Charles Roman gives a record of his or not. There was a time when he DELAND FLORIDA
Engineering courses, lending to drqreea.
own experiences as a victim of dellr- followed us a mutter. of course. Notb- For man, today the most lordly of COLLEGE FOK TEAI.'HKKS: &. oollevecoume for teachers leuilinit to n

lum tremcns. It is a remarkable psychological 1 ing could dismay the librarian tie animals, was once well nigh tbe most degree/ ; a Normal Si-houl for Florida school teacher.; model mbooli In all I hogiades
document compiirlng favorably whisked the pyramids to four walla! humble of thum all. lie has come up | I 1C!: ALEXANDER\ of the public scbool, special' .emphnm being put on tbe neventb i nd

in Interest and as a piece of writing and joined In the dnoce. Next day he out of a state In tilth fear was the eighth THK grades ACA DE Kindergarten.I Classical Trulntnir, Lntin School:!bulentlUu: In separate and Sclontltlcoouisel building. In preparation

with De Qulnccy's "Coufeaalous of asked permission to go home and see normal condition vf existence fear of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. for uollege. Steuou ls eopeolally stronu in this work. Its s udcnt*

an Opium Eater." Following Is a brief his mother He never returned. The violence, of the durk( that gave opportunity have goue to Harv rd. Yule, Princeton, t Cornell Michigan and Chicago.UUHINtSS / .
Office In Bank COLLEGH Bnnkinir In nil\ its brunrbes; l had sorted Barcey's Building
extract which gives souie suggestions pyramids to be oat by for violence, fear of falling, of ,
DeLand Florida. best metbnds; Shorthand anol'IYI'l'writlnK'I.cthe;\ con r sen open In other departments
of the the manservant and put pellmell on animals, of being alone. And into the .
things patient BOW: "She can loolc out,but you can't look In"lr"ADC Vlil Practice in State and Federal large faculty and oommoillous building.
"Up to this point the Ecological visitations the shelves again.I plastic gray cells of our bialns are Courts SCHOOL OF MECHANIC,; ARTS Wood vVorklnit, Iron Wording, ami

had been intermittent. DurIng I I The last llbrailan was Mile, Blonsks: stamped these ancient terroia, a living Vuctor "*"H I Manual Training/ '
SCHOOL OP FINE: Altre-Drawlng In Cbaicou! and Ink F luting hi Oi',
;
the next few days, however, I saw j;, an elderly Polish maiden who proved l record of tbe upward climb of I Qtt. O. A. DAVIS, Water-c-olor and Pastel; new ntnillo, contly ousts models <
all that I could stand. I saw such prehistoric '!;: an Invaluable assistant until she perished man. PORcriTsHADESWe !SCHOOL: \1USIlJ-A; $10MIO( pipe nrgnn. ; 15/ plitnos; Kuparnte building;
creatures as exist nowhere except j miserably in the fire at the char The baby shows this record most I PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, lave faoultv; thorough courses; opportunities or bearing orntoiion.STh'ISON .
i ban a Faculty' ot 44 protestors and tenoliei... 'I'buy bold deg lea
ball In Paris. In him the of
ity heredity DELAND
in museums. I saw raU 01 they clearly. prints -'-' ----- FLORIDA. from Ilie Unlveratty ofCblc-ago. Harvard Yule. Columbia. Toronto. Wake }Forest

marched past my door or flew tAr 'ugb | are not yet overlaid by the tracks of ale exclutnrr agents at DeLam Office at residence. Indiana avenue, Louisville, ow<1oln. Utrecht Uucknoll University of Mlohlgiir, Duni,Ixnn.AriansuB. .

my windows or floated in my tub. INDIAN MARRIAGES. use and custom, and therefore in him for these Porch Shades. Just the thing Conrt House. Kulama2, Baltimore ami other Institutions. I here lire nearly
Elephants strode In and out with lum- | we may most easily rend our past his for your verancl during the hot sum Office Hours: 9 to 12.\ 3 to 4, and 7 to 8. :H'-OOO' in buKdingi anil "quiiuiunt| : over $:JAu! ,000 endowment; un Piidowud
; library of over 13,000 volumes; a l""Hiitirul rbapel wltb eo tly ItiiniHliingi', 'In
berlng steps and swajlug trunks. At I Peculiar Rites of the Hop'! and the tory. He is our ancestor as truly as mer sun Call at our store and eludingautiued-giusa. window, 1 pali.tlngs.. a $ID.I no)( > plitt, o gan ; a g> mnnsl.

times they seated themselves and Navajo Trlb... he- is our reincarnation, and his every; examine. j\\RS.\ VIDA Z. BAEREC E. M. D.PHYSICUN urn with OOIllIJI apparatus ; anni. .loned atliletlii Held, running r'I shrinking gesture and frightened cry 1 .1. F. Al.l.BN CO. bcseball diamond,and Krldiion. beside swimming, jull'lowh'll' uul ottaer
taunted with their thunderous bellows
me I

I Marriage among the Top!, tribe of ,
are clniy.ilUcs of the world sports; itfpurate bullcllnn fur men RII.I010""; teul..r.e I lutioiatnrles| t'hcm-
or their ear Bpllttlng screeches. the Pueblo Indian. Is an Institution younger and SURGEON Istry Physios, H.icUM-lologv.! Mlnvrnlnirv and ,lil i''>nry; si \i-rtl I large/ mitsenin*
They flaunted their miouw high In tli<> j regarding which thui-e most concerned tales of I lie age of fear. and shops uleotrlo lights elruliln belli*, steam hi'>'l. cement wnlks sbell niiids.bioad
air and They IoU of the days when man was avunues: spaulous uuinpiiti. sbi'ulibery and trtoaoilal; literHry IIIl1sl".1ao
guffawed. Monkeys Jumped When HQDGKIN'SWagon
have least to the
) i, say. parents: not the master of the earth nor even Oflico on East New York Avenue <1 other atudnnU' dubs; star Incline unurses.. ; Cbii-tian. and not st-i turlan:!
from limb to limb in the trees outxljo of a girl find It expedient for her to j DELANO. FLORIDA. teaching The location is beautiful and healthful, nnd. Hie expenses: are low
considered citizen of the
my room. Suukea of all\ colors, of all get married, they look III'| un available a highly For catalogues views (older and inlbriunton, aJdretne pros
descriptions, reptiles nlth fantastic.- !IOgua'es man and negotiate wltli Ills parents. same, but a runaway subject of the : Shop, A. 8. MUNSON. LINCOLN HULLKY 1>I>.D Lltt.D., 1.1..11.! DuLand, Florida
meat monarchs whose QR.
eating scepter
upon their backs and \\lth even j After the matter bus ln-ca ariangod

of sapphire or ruby or of milk wlil.e the principals are notlOed The ulrl': goes tv aa tooth and claw, a humble plebeian : DcLAND FLA. .
lu tbe of the horned and ..
marble, wriggled upon tho floor or I I, to the home of thi> grojm'n |I'll rents presence HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. -- -- -- -
hoofed aristocrats of wood uud fields. i
crept in or' out of heretofore unscou and grinds corn for them for three *
They speak of the nights when our : Everything In Wagon*, Buggies, Carts Office Second Door South of Fisher's '
crevices in the walls and dropped Into ,,weeks while the groom makes a kind hairy sires crouched In the forks of 1 etc., manafitctored" anil, repaired In uiy Drug Store. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
the water in tub. of sash for the bride. Then ;
my They swum I one morning :hop: lu the very bent workwllotlhil' ,
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 3 5
trees and whimpered softly at the | a.m.; to ,
arouud and around me Hquirmluir uu- j at sunrise they both l bathe their known. Only first-cl HH men employed
I 'dark whimpered because tbe dark and 7 to 8 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1904
i and fir tclnsRvnik turnuil onto have
der me, with their tongues darting in heads in cold water, which: completes ; DeLand Florida.fR. .
and out with ferocious activity. Glraffes 1- ': the ceremony. There have been Instances held so many enemies, whimpered, ntely added to my plant .. Ko.29 No. 78 Mo. as
lest those enemies should bear.LIpplncott's. MAIN LINE
craned their necks around the of tber groom's refusing to, go softly II. W. 8. TAYLOR DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY610pm

doorways or through the windows, through the performance which has 1
990 am Lv.__...... .. ........ ... 7 III pm I" ame
chickens roosted over my head and then proceeded without him and been Never bear more than one kind of SURGEON-DENTIST: a pmT lost ira ..._. _.....8t. AnjrustlniLv. .___.... ..Lv 10 pm t 80 ...
cackled, dogs and wolves ran around accounted valid and several weeks as pm 11 46 am tt:......_......_... f autki.........._.. 6 04 pm lS.m
trouble nt a time. Some people bear 12pm26pm 1 28 pm Lv..._........ ......Omond.Daytona......_. ...__... 8 21 pm ..
tbe room burking and snapping pigeons I later be ha* yielded and had his head three kinds all they have had, all they; I Oillce In Fluhtr'a New Brick Block. 1 86 pin LV".H.........._........ ......__.___._.. 807 pm so..

flew froui one corner to another bathed.'The have now and all they expect to have. !Second Floor 11 10 10 18 pm pm: 9 829 20 pm pm: t:....:::::::::::::::::::....New..Tltu gmyroi vIHe;:,:::::::=:::::::::t: 1 280 14 pm pm : :: ::
la much
and, cooed. Lions I-heard roaring, and I Navajo ceremony more 1300 n"t 413 pm Lv............_...._......... C"cua.....H,.__._._.. 1312 pm .
tigers I saww bile they opened their i elaborate and impreualve, but then the DeLand . Florida 1104 am 4 14 pm Lv..... ....... ........Rockle'lue..................._ .. 1228 pm .
1J39 am 4 50 pm 5" ....................FRU bailie..,..._ .._ ... 11 64am In..
mouths, like huge cuts, in tilleut angry I Navajo girls are much nicer. The regular 12 49 amt 6 DO pm ............._............Melbourne...,.._...... _.......... 1144 am .

disapproval, lltklug their whiskers the tariff of on a Navajo for girl entering DR.) R. E. WALKER 00 W amit amA 200 pm pm: :.;.:;::::::::::::::..Went Ft.Palm Plero Hcach..Ft. ..:::.:::::-::.: :::t: 7 066 89 am amB Ii &: ::

. and wetting their paws softly and port matrimony; the first (10:00 s am 10 46 pm Lv..............._... -.. Luu'lerdulo.......___ ._.. 58 amB 71a P"
daintily-this and far more. time is twelve horses. On the second T Tutt'sPil : TO 12.00: A. M. 788 amflO 11 41 pm Ar ..... ..............H..Miami......_.? .._..._...... 00am m
| occasion the in HOURS : { 0:30: TO U.oo: : p. M. 00 am .7 BO am Lv....................... .Miami..... ........___.....A <6 10 pm CO.tl1 E.
"I saw crocodiles In droves. Fat, tax nine horses, while ( Excepting Saturdays. ( 00 amfSOO .10 BO am ..._..............Homestead..,.......__... ""II 2iopmDaily
scaly, glistening beasts they were, subsequent entries are free. pm .............._. ............ .....Knlgbti Key Dock..._ ......H.Lv 00..

with frothy, foaming Jaws, loug, sweeping This la not purchase money but Is After eating,persona of a bilious habit .
tails, crouching upon or creeping merely a tribute of respect to a will derive great benefit by taking one Office at Residence corner Michigan except Sunday. tSllnd.ye and Wcdno.dart Onlr. tToaidafs and Frldais only
cf these pills. If have been Avenue and Boulevard hone 101.
alongthe foot of my bathtub or my mother-in-law and a token: of appreciation : you PALATK.A BRANCH

bed and grinding their yellow teeth in of the care and expense Involved DRINKING TOO MUCH,
Loa.. Eu EAST PALATKA TO L..ve PALATBA: ._
Arrive TO EAST
gluttonous anger as they contemplated in bearing and rearing the lady a they will promptly relieve the nausea, O. B. WEBSTER PaI.lIr. PALATICA P.latk.. PalAtll. P..LATX.... hlaUra1180..m "

me, their prey. I saw tbe reeking, recognition not unworthy of consideration SICK HEADACHE -

slippery; body of a crocodile slide Into by civilized grooms. On the other and nervousness which follows restore CONl'RACTOR' add BUILDER _......No.48 Dall'.......... II O am 8 II am ........No.47 D.1I7._ U.m
the water of tub. Then as 1 band, and deserving of great condem the appetite and remove gloomy ,c.l.Ings. COLD TIRE SETTER a 2&.m ...........No. 411 D.lly..H.. 846 Alii 800.m ...._...No.411 DA.I,._ allO.mD
my couted.Take :III.m ..._..No. O D..lly..m.. 4& am II I&.m ..........No. 61 D.lly._ U 88.ra
shrank in breathless horror to escape! : nation. Is that law of many; tribes unwritten Elegantly sugar My Specialty U 11 O am ...__..No.62 DAII.mH" 1210 pm 2150 pm ..........No. 3 D.II,._ 110 pm

I saw his greedy, filmy eyes arise to bat of much sanctity, that a Substitute.. Can wheels net from your vehicle.Tires We without take out tutting no ARTISTIC CowcRETt BUILDINGS : g: ::: ::::::;.: g: g:::;::::.:. : a: gg ::: ::::::::: : g; ::: :::::: ta: :

the surface, with his cold, foul chin man aDd his mother-in-law shall never .-_ __ ___u_ ____ bolts rali burn felloe 1116 pm ....._..No.1I8 D.lly.......... 1 all pm SOU pm .......No. II DaIl'....... I. ...
no or SIDEWALKS
meet after the ceremollTA.. W. Dim- paint your AND STONE
flush with mine. Bis icy beak touched
ock In with a hot tire. Come and gee it work ..
my cheek. The hot vapor from his Outing Hagazlne. For Bargain D.)'. and yon will uever have your Tires ..et SAN MATED BRANCH

lungs seared my flesh. I turned as "She's no lady I" bot RIBiri. I Jnsure with us. Leave East EAST PALATKA TO Arrive San Leave Ban BAM MATEO TO :KA0T Arrive Kat
cold as ice and trembled like a leaf in Coral Islands. "Why, I always thought her most refined. Thanking you for your putronnge In Palalka SAN MATEO Mateo Maleo PALATKA raUtka
a storm."-Amei'lean Magazine. A coral island la sometimes torn to ." the pnut ami bopltig a continuance in [SJow' Is the time

pieces by; a great storm showing that "On the surface yes. But what do the future, I remain 8 80am811pm ........No. 49 Dally. ......... 8 BO am 800am ......._.No. BO 1>8117. Haw
iidands disappear la more ways than for ..........1.0. B3 Dally.......... 8 SB pm 1 40pm "'H.No.1I4 DaIl y.tT 5 00 pmKo.
Yours Spot cash losnesJ ,
Everything unknown Is taken for you think of a woman wbo wears her to serve,
one. This happened to atoll In the
m.rDlftcent.-Gr..k. Proverb an little boy's football shoes to the bargain SCOTT HOndKlNS. 21 Mo. 19Dally Ha. 17Dally No. 14
Ko. ti
Marshall group In 1900, when It bapcened \ should be protected. MAYPORT BRANCH
_. sales and spikes every one who lu. only ''D.I17
to be In tbe nath of
-- -------- e. tarriblahurricane.
L
-
-
-- gets in her way? -Cincinnati En-
Waves about forty;; feet aulrer. I W. C. CANNONS' 1 R you Insured ? tOO pm 8 10 pm 00 am Lv........ ......JR.k.oavlU.._..._.....r
... oo high swept over the hapless speck of pm B 60 pm 40 amt LrLv............. Pablo B..ob..Lv
J4u ........... .
r- Every company reliable. pm100pm 8 M pon 46 am Allmulo 1I..b..Lv
land carrying every particle of verdure livery Feed and Sale Stables 7 10 pm 1000 am Ar..... .. ,. ,Mayporl.H. ...... .__.Lv
and every form of life Into the ,
fe* sua, and not a human being was saved. Women as Well as Men When does your policy expire ? .
5rT The Fine Fashionable Turnouts : \= :: \.DlUr Oraala City Br.oeh J* \= ::: \,= ": \= 1.-
of the
upper part coral was bro
*"* ken off and swept away; and a few Are Made Miserable by Bus moots' nil trl\lns..t A. O I.. 1")10) |Is vour policy in force ? '
$ and fternoon F K: 140pmB 00am1143am LT. 11... Smyna ... 150pm 849 8 Mam J
ll.irbtt mo t ortiltift pm
later
CfillS5SOu T days nothing but the placid waters Kidney Trouble. \ Rv. trains at Ornn o CUt., nnd nl/bi Telephone number: sixteen. 35 pra 11 O .m L.L." .'......L.. 1 06pm 6 16 pm S

of the ocean was seen where the trains at DeLnnd! Junction. U. S. Maih 8 ttfl pm840pm: : :::::,:;':r.;,' :: 12 12 06 60 pm pm 4 400 It pm pm ::::00amonn.: .
" |i Ea atoll had stood. ,tb routes. Uauka moot b-iHtsut BrreslnrtlUrnttt HON INSURANCE AOEVCY: ,
Kidney trouble preys upon Ihs mind, dlscourages hones and oarelul drlvera.
.. CONNECTIONS MADS AT KNIGHTS .."Y DOCK "'R KSMB
amaiiCONUwsdtALConoL Muslo as Advertised."Come and lessens ambition; beauty vlgc' hone 3. DeLand. Fla.SFJ.ECTED (U will find us at arket
and cheerfulness .-rTh_ TABLBS thow the MnM .t wbUa -!- mmr a
-t* Where My; Love Lies Dreaming '"" 1! .1 soot ....... MMtloMi But lb.lr arrival. or rfcpwim. at th* ttrava. -{.. **!tJ
," with Illustrated CO"... ,a.) disappear when the kid -- Stehon and DeLand. hoW h..ll _"lbl,. for any. dUy. or *ay. -.--arWaa A*
/> f3 T tMUTCOroira nays are out of ordei r H E R street
A "Trust Her Not," for CO cent. _J I or dlstised. roR copy or THB LOCAL Tint CARD OR OTHSR INFORM 4

McrSo- "I Would Not Live Always." with '''' .. Kidney trouble ha.. I I. D. RAHNBB, Aiiiitanl Oaairal Pan..a.r A aal
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I WTTANOOOA.TENM. P out accompaniment. ''wU sfc-J ''become so prevalen: -- -

"See. the Conquering Hero Comes," f'jflWKlv'irD' hat it Is not uncommon V. H. VOORHIS, -.o. '

with full orchestra. 'rt/ ..VENhAltor a child to be borr.

Setalwhuul "There Was a Little Fisher Maiden," :.3&1.1I.clcd.wWa. wmk kid Dentist, ,tI'f

in three ,\C neys. If tha chll wln EventU '
part*
.. __
ales too.often. If the 1) O. Block :2'uit Pineapples
DeUad ..vlI
The TOM or a sworatun, with ,
urine scalds the llesh or If, when the! chili
many scales. i. reaches an ate when If should bs able to Hours: 8.80 to 19 and 1.30 to.4 r
"Home, Sweet Home," In A flat control tha pauage, II Is yet afflicted with I mTABLES IN SEASON

-bed-etllnt. depend upon It. the causa o> r .t .."nll'- '
Let Him Off Easy.tola << tho,difficulty l Is kidney" trouble, and the first' I ..}ecatx'1o-. c Low rates via Clyde Line.

-Last night young Borem de- .t"p.t .should .ba towarii ,the.treatment ei I References Bradstreet's
: Dun's Agency, or
,
these .' .
carl! ! Is due to. a diisaied condition of tht OR JOHN First National Bank of Hartford Conn.
ends of the earth for me Grace-And
kidneys and
( bladdsc and not to ah.tlt u
what did ;you say? 'Lola-r finally got moat people
him to make a start for home and let u well as men'are m,da-. mla ,

. I It tco at that-Chicago News. arable with kidney and bladder trouble 'FLAJ\ ................. .. .. .. .. ..HMMESTABLISHED .............. .. ......

and both need the same great remedy anlo\..
Tha mild and'' the Immediate effect of 1 B84
..
-. Swamp-Root la soon reullied. 'luls aoldy y

.- l'bls Is eoDtnlnlml an end rellreaentat a bottle ofp' CASTORIAFor ,cent> druggists and one, 'In t dalla
.. carton ael'ulator, Infant and Children. sUes.. Yr4maybaampKliitlla ..., tate,
.Uqlltd Liver 3.. Acres of I Q.ERRISH BROTHERS
11loalratlo"rlated
Cypress
tbahl by: .mall ;
.
,b1ar
_... ha bl.,1I:Inlc on a 7ellowealJ"u The Kind YOIT Hats Always Bought Irea. .Uo parnphlet" tolla n>.oc SVMDD.ROO* acoflaU. .
nOd
".'tie'..nera or!'lOU merchenta Clan let I I theSljp1&t1lU Ihe all\ about n, \including 1 many of ,.thhousanls I I TO m BEST.N umn.! Pine Timber \\n\by\ ; <;; 5a-54:: Commercial St., Boston. Mass... ,/ ',_

..50 cen a a at th.sam. price. TblS Bear of testimonial letters received A'; PIe-.. __-0A /,.. _. ,weB. '

_f_1&5 and IIv".scsedln81,Rledldue-prola_ pl.lII8n' t L ol Sc from Co.sufferers. Blnghamton cured,. N.In. ,yrltlng' Y., te Dr.sure Kllme. aa4 I. o'1l"-lei..".. FI,-""' ...-.. II..IIJI"--.alluuloo..,... .... Uof 01I. ,vard County for 4.$, ,!delol, COMMISSION.' I ,NI J J71",, r .

"".. TI"7'lost one bottle tosatt.f., meatloa this oaper. : '. .. ...., .... lloa&loa..See ,Member of National League jUommlisloa"Merchant* ot U'. &' -*:.., i.
etute. '. "" -.... :
70..1'884..1 ,ou'll bu7'11101'11 CO. I I D n't make any mtstk' ,'but remember UotDIcMI,c.:..,.._. __".... '.... T. E..Arnoi'i .r.ncelTh. Item4th National/ Bank. Bostonj and., 'Tha BecOZ't.10"\
'tnSTU MEDICE .woman baa an Ideal hnitand the namet. 8wamp.Root, Dr! K\l\ ..... N.,_ ,_ .. i >.od flora I ''WJUTJI.V. 'woo. OILIJ.. x 'f.G.iVlf ,
\ .- ,........... marriage, and a very real on* mer'. wamp-KOOt, land- the ...w.Ulnlbamton .-.... T1Q ( "JIf7lNG.=-d.; ....,. ? DeLand .ReamY101'ot/ ,,," .f.. .. .. ''' '.H'' "" 1< .# .
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\ N. Y..oa e""y.bc tlHi!. I <
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,-Palm Beacfi Newi: '.. .., ,
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,I''" .,' Then Bhe Missed. It. :First Ball Flayer 'war oaj .. late *' ** >* A Good Reasen.. I THE PLAYFUL

" Wlgga-Poor"" old soul She 'doesn't list night that my 'wife 'wouldn't let THE OLD CIRCUS'POSTER.. I One 'day Mary was found standing
Y.-;;;;
believe as much In the efficacy of pray.er In. of the mirror Sportive ; That Had Fun
me Second Ball Player-Well, you What i on a chair In front gas-
..' she did. Wagga-You surprise are used to being "out at home."-New i k.1 i of Pretentious Language With Which the Ing at her pretty Image. .1 With a Motor Boat.

me. She has always been so extreme I Tork Free. Show Was Deeoribad.. "Why are you looking In the glass I. of a motor boat trip on tbe

ly religion Wlgge-Tea, but the, oth The grandiloquent extravagance of darllngr'asked her mother. sea, Henry 0. Rowland ,in Ap.

er day she got ready to go Into the We bar only two days to live. It Is And language of the old time circus poster "'Cause I like the look of me," 'was pleton's tells of the playfulness of the

city, and then abe'discovered that she hardly! worth our while to spend them uher la Illustrated by this reproduction, the frank reply.-ChIcago New porpoise:

.' had only ten minute lu which to In cringing to contemptible vaaneJavVoltaire. + which Is given verbatim: I I .that evening was a lovely' one, the

'catch the train. So abe knelt down before -. "There will be presented a resplendent Ungallant 'air of a delightful temperature*.very

she started and tor OV4t inlnuttm I Andree I II Fate' series of sublime, moral, Interest "Officer, I appeal for protection. A I i clear and the sea,like a mill pond. A.

prayed fervently that aba might catch Practice not your art and 'twill soon log, Instructive, amusing and wonderful man Is following me and attempting big school ofepo>> I'.ame.ver.to.. ;

!Catholic Standard! and Times. d.part.-German Proverb. I scenes which, would appear entirelytoo to make love to me." i play with the boaX aid the water was;

.***** .*+**+**.** .>*.>- .-..._ ._ _.._._._.._._ ._.._.._ ._. -. -. .T-..- -.-..- .- .- -.- fabulous If expressed: : In an adver- "Begorry. Ol've been lookln for an I I so sparkllngljTjulottT-tand ofsrachta\

tisement. They must be seen to be escaped lunatic. Where Is her'-Kansas glassy surface 4hat wevwereaabp,td0

) question! of the whereabouts direct evidence of his plans, his possible duly appreciated. These great displays; City Times follow aU their .

gca'eG3r'vid-f3'e'vlawcGd-' THE tbs two arctic explorers whereabouts and his condition will unfold In all the loveliness and they plunged to their fulledtedepThey .

S. A, Andree'and when last beard from. Hla message to beauty of enchantment carrying the HE USED TACT. I had not the slightest fear of the.wiI:::
JAMES Dr. Frederic A. Cook la one
.$ W. HODGESRepresenting Franke of March: 17 stated tbat be bad minds of tbe bewildered or spellbound noise of the motor, but awam dange
which la Interest In the
exciting great
spectators off on the gentle wings of and frequently -
made good In crossing Elles- ously close to the propeller
progress A Suoo.eeful Man' Story of the WayHe .Jt
-
scientific world. The fate of Andree
the Imagination to such pageantry as the tS?
mereland and was then at Cape Hub- rubbed themselves against
has been In doubt for over ten years, Wen Wealth ,*.
they might dream of after '
reading
side of Elles- a I aides of the boat "
: bard the northwest
Dr. Cook started on a dash for the on "The late Ira D. Sankey," said a I
few
of 'Arabian
pages Nights' Entertainments.
. JOHN B DRAKE & .CO. mereland sixty miles below Cape Co "One sportlre youngster kept getting
pole only last March, but he expected lutnblu. Peary's point of departure .' Word are really wanting Brooklyn clergyman, "attributed a part across tbe stem. For almost an hour '>
of his to the
success to tact- facultyof
Batabllehed tern from land on his Journey toward the to.give adequate expression. Websber's tell I I I lay on my' face forward with my '
pleasing people. Be used to a
pole In 1000. unabridged falls most signally In head over the bow watching Urn. He

:: Commission Merchants I I He allowed three full months for his language to fully; portray a semblance story In illustration of tact's great. I was playful as a puppy; and at last

dashed over the polar sea and return, of the reality. Zoonomy may be learned power Invented a little game of h\s own. Lying

;,. 94 S. Market .Boston Mass. 'which Is the maximum time usually at this great college In a single "Mr. Sankey, according to the tale hehadn't across tbs stem, he would let the",
met on the street one day a man
evening. Here the visitor will
taken for excursions by sledges but see curve of the bow roll him over andover
:' Highest Market Prices Realized for Good Fruit Return Made Dally. Car probably this was not sufficient for splendid specimens of the aygodacty- seen for two ;years. presently disappearing to swim
'Why: said the man, 'how wellJ'ou're
.i/ Lots a Specialty. Consignments Solicited. Members Fruit and Product reaching the pole, If be persisted In lous race that live upon the earth or looking, Sankey back and repeat tbe performance. I

rr Exchange Boston Mass. e that direction, and following the general float and poise upon the wings of gold have watched: porpoises In many waters
you well said
and sliver plume In the cerulean arch too, are looking ,
course taken by Peary, who reached of the globe, but have never aeenaOJ'
n ... Hefereiioeat Fourth National Bank, Boatont, Second National Bank, Osweg-o, N. Y.I ... tbe highest latitude of 87 and In reference to these the corps of Mr. Sanke)'. 'And two years ago you "
degrees kittenish these
as as
s tlc aDd aDr mercantile airency. rGd- superintendents In courtly dress will were quite out at the elbow, while now
6 minutes In 1006, he would most
..,, likely are clothed In purple and floe linen
sr r, kf elucidate tbe (peculiarities of each with you
land on his return, because of the eastward -
guarded suavlloqueoce." Come home to dinner with me, A LONG DRINK.
_ tt l>cY+h3r'qc ''yG ''y '.$' 3r' 8'' 'tcYa'tcor'pc3r'sG3r'ec3Yfa'N'Batabllshed 'i drift either on the northeast I 'won't your

;, coast of Greenland or be picked up by "Gladly: said the other, and they The Way a .Fast Running Lootmotlv
-- THE
TWO
i Scotch or Danish whalers and taken to ROMEOS.
went to dice."During .
Water.
Scoops Up
30 Year.at I Franz Josef Laud or Spltzbeigmi.

I His case Is by no moans hopeless, Mrs Slddon Opinion of David Oarrlok dinner Mr. Sankey's" guest. Borne of the great transcontinental
talked agreeably of bla 120( horsepower engines take on 8,000 gallons, or 245
and news from him Is eagerly awaited. and Sprangr Barry.
(l', Ship to Hartford Conn. David racer, his wife's limousine and hisdaughter's barrels, of water to be turned Into
i Garrick and Spranger Barry
I husband, tbe earl. It developed. steam for the next run of two hours, or
THE FORBIDDEN CITY. were both playing Romeo at the same In fact that be multimillionaire
was a
)
f. about sixty! miles But such a vast
",. A Good New England Market time In London. Barry played It at .
nw..p amount of water Is a burden, and new
, Drury Lan. on the Monday, and Gait "
Much Has Always Surround ;
Myetery
'And yet two years' ago; Mr. San.
supplies are desired oftener. It Is aloss
ed the Abode of Chin. Sovereigns. rick played It the next night at Covent key said, 'you' were as poor as a
of time such
to stop and let vast
ARKS BROTHERS Garden and the
Ir'tadJllatQ The disquieting rumors that have to which, the town was divided a* church mouse. Tell me, how did youman.i. quantities come aboard through a pipe;
t was greater Romeo-In
.
In
the It?
prevailed regarding manner I
hence some of taking water while
,1',;: 37-39 Church Street which the late emperor of China and fact there about was It and quite a acted great excitement ."By means of tact,' replied the rushing at full way speed Is desirable. It

tbs late empress dowager met death they It upon guest '1 suddenly took to being tactful has been found. How
'" I d1as. to show how difficult It In for such different lines and with such marvelously aud tho
fi WANT serve results were marvelous.I If of
make hand
; different you a scoop your
conceptions that the
outside world ascertain what la
the to never neglected on meeting an acquaintance -
and swing It swiftly, the hollow side
transpiring. In tbe forbidden apartments people argued the case as to which to .My, "How well you are
forward Into water some of It will
f Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples Shakespeare Intended. The fact la that .
of tbe Imperial household of Shakespeare Intended It to be acted looking!I' The acquaintance would be be likely to spurt up your sleeve. That
China. A deal of always tremendously He would In-
, great mystery pleased.
Is nature's hint. Follow It Find a
well and If man's up.
ALSO VEGETABLES SEASON surrounded the personages of the one temperament vite me borne to dinner, be would Introduce .
, FHUDgUIO .. COOK AND MAP 8HOWINd suited It best to In level place In the road and put downan
act tbat It
BIll COU 8& late rulers of China, and In acciord- way me to all his Influential friend
Iron trough tour Inches deep, fourteen
'1 We can handle carload to advantage./ Low rates via Clyde Line. the and his once wltb the traditions of tbe country would do for another temperament the and he would give me valuable tips
to return during summer, other way. Inches wide and one-eighth of a

ftf 1 References: Bradstreet's, Dun's Agency, or nonappearance has caused anxiety So they asked Mrs. SIddons, who was and pointers Naturally I soon became mile long. The engine comes rushing

|">,' : duet National Bank of Hartford, Conn. among bla friends. The world bad be- the Juliet alternately wltb the same .'rich very rich, rich enough to along and, having passed the end. dropsa

gun to forget about Andree and to Romeo which she considered better of retire I scoop Into this trough. There Is a

take It tor granted that his arctic trip e' the two, and she said: the guest looked at his. watch general splutter of water, but a tremendous

N _lab'Aitl ii01 i:116: MFxi 4A litt6W114iB8e9 lt1BtMD l6tit. In a balloon, begun on July 11, 1897, MF "It Is difficult to say They are both and" rose. I stream rushes up tbe sleeve
'
bad ended disastrously, like so many zt 'But I really must be going he ; of the and
l wonderfully great, but I will tell dropped band pours Into the
you
H. A. McMULLEN other polar enterprises. The finding of .,.l.lw' bow they Impress me In the balcony said. 'Thank you, my dear Sankey, for water tank. When It Is full the fireman -
an excellent dinner. How
a supposed grave of Andree recentlyby Goodbye raises the or !It glides
B'I yv1. arena In the balcony scene Garrick scoop up
r .t well you'relooking!l. Cincinnati En-
;i Representing Captain Chalker of the American f rx seems so eager, so Intense and so full md.nr the slope at the far end of tbe trough
schooner Pelops seemed at first to con of fire and spirit that I'm afraid he'll and the engine Is watered for the next

firm this belief, but the evidence that jump up In tbe balcony to me, and Barry run.-Epwortb Herald.
t m E. R. BRACKETT CO. tbs grave la that of Andrea Is not con Is so lovable and fascinating that Bright" Prospects.
"My dear said the banker to bis
clusive. I'm afraid I shall have to jump down DM. For Biby Carriages.
, anti In his balloon with only daughter, "I have noticed a
Andree set young
from to him. East alders
the balcony In New York use their
two companions and no truces of tbo man attired In a dress suit In the
Commission Merchants baby carriages until they literally fall
latter were found In tbe vicinity of thegrave s drawing room two or three evenings Of
Th. Relationship."You apart. course the primary
" discovered by Captain Cbalkers.Over each week of late. What to his occu- purpose
I { say, mndnm. said the bespectacled ts served well and often, as the family -
312 Washington Street, New York this grave was a cross, and be 4. pation 7"
Is
lawyer to tbe woman In the generally a good sized one. Then
the Andree from tbe "He to at present unemployed father
Members of the National' League. deciphered name witness box, "tbat the defendant Is a the carriage Is used for a market andaboppln&
| lettering on It. but whether It marked l r. ".., ,:. ," replied the fair girl, a dreamy,
sort of relation of yours Will wagon, being piled high with
the of the famous Swedish explorer ;- yon faraway look In her big blue "but
: FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY J grave mw dtk please explain what you mean by tbat eyes potntoes, greens fruit and household
or that of some fisherman who be Is thinking seriously of accepting a
zp t how goods of all kinds from
-just you are related to the defendant neighboring
bad died on that deserted coast and Fm1s position of life companion to a young

We Solicit a Share of Your New York Shipments | been burled there be could not sny. The witness? beamed upoq the court lady of means;. stores and often push have carts.his The things east eiderdoesn't sent

After Andree and his two companion"
,I
and replied: borne. He's not sure he would get _
_. \REFERENCES: : Irving National Exchange Bank, New York; Bradstreet | sailed In their balloon from Dane's "Well. It's Just like this Bis first An Everyday' Suit. what he bad bought Then the little

and Dun agencies; the trade everywhere. Inland, Spitsbergen In July, 1807. messages *4 4 wife's cousin and my second husband's That Gus to certainly a nifty dresser boys are sent out to hover around new

.I/41l..adl.._.. ... lllsR/AhBlt4Fg.> ..sWB...tl.81ltilagek4elag+f9gisF5m were for three received months from, and them then at ensued Intervals first wife's aunt married brothers He has a suit of clothes for everyday buildings or old ones being demolishedand

---- named Jones and they; were cousins In the week""Why gather In wood to be pushed homeIn
-- an absence of all news until Sep to my mother's aunt. Then again, his be has the same suit on every the baby carriage. On other occasions -
tember, 1808, wben a buoy attached to
BNTBANCH' TO IMPXItlAX pAltACB, WIN. grandfather on his mother's Hide and time I see him!" It Is piled high with garments

c. an anchor and marked "Andree PolarExpedition" access to the palace, and especially to my; grandfather oh my mother's side "Yep; that's the one."-Cleveland being rushed to or from tbe sweatshop.
= was found on King
THE ARTHUR COURTIN COMPANY
= Charles Island and Identified as tbe the private apartments of their maJesties were second cousins, and his stepmother Leader. Sometimes packages of laundry are

wan exceedingly bard to obtain. married my husband's step delivered from It, and, again, It Is

i : Today some 4.000 soldiers are on duty father after his father and my; mother The Call of Egypt. filled with coal. When It Is finally;

...J Fruit Commission Merchants about tbe palace. died and his brother Joe and my hus Egypt calls even across the space of worn out It furnishes a little fuel and

...u The capital city of China, Pekln, consists band's brother Harry married twin tbe world, and across the space of tbe four hoops for the children to play;

85 and 87 Front St, Nato York really of several cities. The south- sisters I ain't never flggered out just world he who knows It to ready to with.-New York Press.Phanonisna .
j obedient to Its because
N era or Chinese suction called Watching bow close related we are, but I've always come, summons,

to of an oblong shape covering looked on 'Im as a sort of In thrall to the eternal fascination of of Heredity
: the "land of sand and ruins and "
I y fifteen square miles, and north of It cousin. gold, It Is one of the phenomena of heredity

and connected by three fortified gateways "Quite so," answered the lawyer.' the land of the charmed serpent, the that a boy; wants to be what his

Solicits .consignments of Pineapples, to Mluchwacg, the Tartar City, "Your explanations are perfectly satisfactory land of the afterglow that may fade father was-If a shoemaker, then a

with a rectangular area of twelve ." away from the sky above the mountain shoemaker; If an Ironworker, then an
; :.:: .:, square Tartar City contains from the memory of one who baa seen ; an artisan of any' line,
within It ail Inclosure called Ilwangchlng Forgetful. then an artisan In that line-and the
of over twenty-five years guarantees the Yellow or Imperial City, set I An eminent painter was once asked It from the base of some great columnor father and mother who have come to

.:.. !. apart for great dignitaries and the Imperial If be thought art students did well to tbs top of some mighty pylon; the hate the smell of leather or the grimeof

TM'w BEST and QUICKEST returns. gardens and pleasure grounds, go to Europe to study. He said that land that has a spell-wonderful, beau the smithy, the oil waste of the machine .

and within Hwangcblng ts yet another undoubtedly the atmosphere was more tlful Egypt.-Robert Hlcbens In Cen er tbe sweat of downright hard

' :, ......:---...; Inclosure with high walls, Klncbtng, artistic Enrope than anywhere else, tury. work cajole or coerce that boy Into

rt aStenchg and Market Reports Furnished on Application. the Red or Prohibited City, containingonly but that Paris as a city' to study and something that Is genteelly dull or
yew After Him.
.,. > tbe palaces of tbe emperor and work In was overrated.To respectably stupid and kill the germ
"It's
.L the residences of his Immediate retain- Illustrate his meaning be said thata hard to lose your' trl.Ddsre that would have produced the manufacturer .

.i ers. The complete circuit of the certain rich man's son after three marked the man who was down and the mechanical engineer or

DAILY ACCOUNT- SALES houses, temples and palaces of this years In Parjs; wrote home to his father out."Hard7" the capitalist-Philadelphia Telegraph.\
snorted the manwho
city' to twenty-five miles. There are : was
e. A. AJIIP." jun> ills BALLOON. on tbe high tide of
'Dear Father have made prosperity; "It's
four Imposing gates which !give access up my Mean Insinuation.

# R. S. HAMMOND FRUIT CO. buoy Andree had expected to drop to the Forbidden City, and In the mind to set to 'work. Please let me Impossible. -Philadelphia Record. Long-They say, you know, that pea
# when passing the pole. A later know at your earliest convenience
' year Imperial palace are nine large courts ple can be killed by; kindness. Strong!
Kt Capital Stock $30.000. Full Paid. the last message from him was received. whether It was painting architecture The Prompter -la that why you are eo attentive tel

This was a note found ID a or music I came to Paris to study.; "I suppose that Inspiration prompts jour' wife's motherT-Boston Transcript -

bottled numbered "148." In spite of all 1" many of your Jokes."

the searches that have been mode for gyp' iy t A Humility' "A few," admitted the press humorist -

', RANGES, GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES AND PINEAPPLES him since that time nothing positive fLyJ It Is a curious fact of human nature "Desperation,. however, prompts There Is but one virtue-the eternal

baa been revealed as to his fate. that humility draws forth from the the moat."-Louisville Courier-Journal sacrifice of self.-George Sand -

EXCLUSIVELY. Dr. Cook left tbe haunts of clvtllced world almost as much admiration as .

err, r- ;. man on March 8, 1008, and disappeared courage. As In the case of courage It --------- -- --- - --- -

In a northwesterly direction over Is almost Impossible wholly; to condemn

Blleameretand. At Anuatok, his base a character In which we see It,

fission Merchants of supplied, twenty miles north of and without It the greatest virtues KLICKER BROS I IMerc'ha

Btah, the northernmost settlement on leave us cold. If every good word

the west coast of Greenland, be left which the Pharisee said of himself

Warren St., New York, his only American companion Ran. were proved true we should still dislike nt Tailors

dolph Franke .Two weeks later him. We even dislike his modern .

Franke got a letter from Cook Instructing and far less offensive descendant, .
York Office
ew or our Representative,
him to return to New York the prig.-London Spectator.A .

imniond, DeLand, F.iride.-- In case the explorer did not get back Four Doors South from Fisher's Corqer' /

by the month of Jane. When Dr. Cook 1 f Straight Tip.
'
t
did not put In ah appearance at the ,1w ?ir 1 Customer-Quick shave, please. Barber
Suite for morning, noon and Suits of shades and "
Urn specified Franke started on the -Close. air? Customer See here, patter*

rum return to civilisation, and before be what business la It of yours! whether night, new,

SIN reached he bad to endure tbe greatest I'm close or not' III ten you one thing, Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all thr gh

1 G hardship. He and the Eskimos { ;young man-1 don't tip If that's what right, and through;

with him had to eat raw meat and ; ra ;you want to know.-Puck, Suits. well made at prices right. Suits that are a barg -
f toast country--were supplied at tile; huddled *
deep together under theirovertuen.d Waiting here When
you
appeCONSULTATIO'N
nine Mary Nurseries. These trees have
'vigorous, ield fine and have boat at night, as they bad His Pears Reallx*...
> crops
orchards of our trees are eloquent act ore.. Be was afflicted with then.m.tl.m r "My heart to In my mouth I am F p E.

strange that our business k\epo and scurvy and became so 111 ram Lay powiaru.IMIBEBS, Tars A_. afraid to hear you answer"

that be eould scarcely move. At last connected by marble portals. A marble "You may well be. Mr. Dollboy.' retorted I

be finished his Journey and was pickedup staircase leads to the spacious EtheL "I never could marry a KLICKER BROTHERS: DeLa/ Floirda

by Peary's steamer Erik, which on trance court and In this court Is the man whose heart waa not In the right

Its return southward brought him to Imperial ball, adorned :with sculptured placer!* T

lewfoundland panels and golden dragons and paved
The> return of Franke with papers with marble.. The throne occupies the If a man Is ,'worth knowing at all heIs

the explorer to Mrs. Cook gave -"ter of the hall worth knowing' welL -Alexander: :

Smith. Elegant Rocker KGs *Hws i

Panel Back l
IEE SAMPLES OF WALL RARER Net Working.
Nellie apologized for the action of amarveloalylow yrte' for a remarkably fin ,
Made or
quartered oak hiahlfpolished a beeutlfl| r
|BW Wall :Paper will POST CARD to. her new baby sister by; saying, "Yoe color. Bmboated cobbler aeaC Haatleome la anff&oe.
A
see, she hasn't got sense '.t." Her and very MronRly built. Betnll. at tha etornffeewa
changejnioviting: cia r ftstino; rooof any; ) but on account or our great manufacturing Ma
gal moms into an active -. you Intend papering will mother objected to such an Idea, and Mil lib yon forfl65. Thlaahow.aooh.ljKlnK/ bat .r
> cheerful borne.l bring you samples free. Nellie' replied. "Oh of course she's got bv buTlnir direct Irom the factory tlmt me*Sf8oaih to
t : chair we make and eeU chain right ...In,
l' place it your' door U row Intend painting sense, but It Un't working yet."-Delineator. yw l atloweat waote..le prteeiay.whit %y, Think
privilege ol eleo send for price and color to yon of at last n third on every clialrj( I Can roe
from the Urgcat card.: We have. eresy. whit thliemouate tola furnlehlniyonnlaaiia lo-dar!
afford not to tend for oar free llln.tr t
varied in PAINT and
Ole Mock iq ,
thing casjMT
The Return. .,and take advantage of the big eavt WJ! rt<,, dlnlnw.I .
you. ae.ey.Mb Maptl'at41-U I Orer xx. different kinds ofcb.lt-Bm IfeVcheapeil
remember rightly, room,kitchen,porch,hail .tow,ofltmxeiel
k1poq Pl.saa .... vitprkMff this Is not :your first appearance In tothebut.wehowata lie. U"HftfJt. aTeryelialr _

court Prisoner-NO your honor; but I .eon idrIa5 ppr your money back. $3.65eMMaeM

a'YBALPE-CONROY-COMPANY' i.eesee.ei.u. I hope you' d,>>.' judge by appearances: ; :/aNANYMfIflMr, s..r ,Laamuah4 ,

ti.ws Weakly. j Vi
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+++. .. .o. It . It .It . .. . . ++IhFH LOCAL SYNOPSIS.THE For reliable Fir! Insurance see Ugald. eeaoaaoaKsaaiuaac <
Fine! harness made to order at J. Cralor's : }
,) 1118 new barneee.ahop4; tf I ,

1908 IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS: OF I Mr. Robert Jones) was a north end

a r1 Apartment THE PAST WEEK. visitor to DeLand yesterday. We Wish You 'a Happy ,New Year

$ Take The Record for HOD Gives you

1 t.e "EVERY'l'IIING t01. Local situ 8uol.ty: iMnm for tb. Peoploh| all the local and county news. "
'
e Pp._Brief M.,, "m of Fasts .. In watches and watch "... ,
Everything repairing "
.. .
...u t>. our Itcporlur.Record ,.
TO EAT TO WEAR TO USEr at Allen's, poatofilce block. -

. .... ." '"... 1 ,''.; subscribers get B3* issues for Special Bargains in Games and Toys .: And Welcome You at Our .,.. .
and leftover Xmas Gooda at Brill'e. '"
/- .
,[ I'-'wr-' "," 1000. .. ,"
.f' '> Get your repairing done at J.Cntnor anew Mr. and Mrs. William Kolman were .
:, harness shop tf In town from Orange City Wednesav. -

: ,.
Pure Drugi, prompt delivery, Allen

.. E take the opportunity now of &QThe Co., poutoffice finest pool block.room south of Jack. In Mr town and from Mrs.DeLeon John T.Springs Walker Tues were' L4VEW STORErlifter

Bouville Studle &
Spocka. day.Judge
thanking customers for the busi- D. L. Qanlden paid JacksonIlle .
our Mr. J. P. Mace was a Lake Helen
professional visit the first of the
visitor to DeLand Monday.Mr. .

ness th y have given us during the : S M. Morse was an Orange City week.
Mr. Andrew Mowbray, a prominent
.a 3T visitor to. DeLand Wednesday.'a' Tuesday Jan. 5th 1909
citizen of Brooklyn, N. Y., is at the t.
past.yfars, and want to say that we, : Brill will bave special bargains in Putnam Inn
Stationery for the next few days.
Choice Western and Florida beef,
have planned to erect a handsome, The Schoul Board meets in regular pork, mutton, sausage, etc., at the
session next Monday and Tuesday.Mr. Marsh Market

commodious and up-to-date home for : Ben Flab, now located at Sun- You must hear Tnomaa Elmore Lucy
ford, spent Xmaa with DeLand friends. at be pnblio school auditorium next

Mian Ada L. Smith, of Blnebeck, N. Wednesday night.
our department store, and in accomplishing Y.. is phew antly' located at the Putnam Mr. and Mrs. S. A Schwab:! the aged

Inn. parents.. of the Pittsbnrg steel magnates. Where we will extend to
this we will need, more than Join our "Pre lol( Club" costs you lire guests at the College Arms. ,

'1.95 mouth. Phone 63. Oscar H.
per Dr Dunn, a prominent physician of

ever, your earnest support and patronage. Davis Richmond, Ky.,is spending tbe holidays the courtesiesas
Mr. W. H Pooser, clerking 'to a :St. here with big sinter, Ml Stella Dunn, you same

We will then be in a position to Augustine his parents.store, spent Xmas here with Mr. John A. Jefferva, manager of

Hotel Webster, Camp Cassadaga, was
The Electrlo theatre had the Passion lu town in the past. -
Monday. He Is
better than preparing for a
to advantage we :
serve you Play' on Christmas day, and it drew fine season.

large crowds.
Prof. Snbrie of Stetson, and Principal .
have in the
past."Thanking Don't neglect your hernia; get the
Cnlp, of the DeLand pnblio schools,
best truss end tbe right fit Allen &
are at Gainesville, attending tbe State
i Co., poaiofflce block) fits\ free. Teachers' As oclatlol).
you again for your busi- Remember the One entertainment at
Prof and Mrs. J. W. Phillips and
the school auditorium next
pnblio Miss Lena Conkllng, of Stetson Uni
ness, and wishing you all the happiness | Wednesday night, January. 6th. varsity, are attending the State Teach FOUNTI41NJ

Mr. D. E. Miner keeper of the College ers' Association at Gainesville.

and this glorious season [ Arms golf links, baa been seriously
joy The DeLand business
ill for a week with bladder. trouble. men are put V. M.
ting out very handsome. art calendars I
The Oiuuge City shell road has been
his week, the have.
mutually prettiest they heretofore
brings we are
partly repaired, but It needs considerable furnished
their customers.
work yet to put it in good repair, .1.10

t" Yours very truly, W. Nevla Oeddes, A. M., Ph.D., of their Mr. Brill thanks his many patrons for lNN'V""V (i&i&: ((i&: :i&; .
generous remembrance of him dnr-
Williauisport, Pa., editor of the Stand
the __ __ ,. _. .., ._ .
IDI holiday season just paat. He -- ----- =-: ;
ard Dictionary, is stopping at the Putnam '- --- -- -- -- -- ; --- -- -
InaThere wishes them all a Happy New Year. Quite a number attended the New There will be a general meeting of Notice-If bolder of numbers 4061

A. DREKA & CO. will be of the Boardof Mr. and Mrs.Geo. E. Davis and their fear's dance at the Putnam last evening the Woman's Club at the Club room ,i for train dot not claim same at Bate-
a meeting '
given by St. Barnabas Guild Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.At I I son's Curio by .6 p. m. IJan. 7th, 09,
next
[ := Directors of the Woman's Club next ion arrived from the Massachusetts prize will be awarded to the holder of
: : : Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. home the first of the week, and are We build monuments to yonr order. this meeting Dr. Hnlley will give a second number drawn, namely 4968.
Barknesa. occupying the DeLand home on East. You get them direct from the mannfao- lecture on psychology. Miss Irene Campbell claimed doll on
+ ... .+4H4N4+f4H+. . .+ Rich avenue winning number 2074 Dec 80.
Mrs. McCann, on Monday next, will torry, and we save you the agent's com .5 S'S -
roepen her massage shampoo and iuani Mr. A. H. Farrar, who purchased the mission. Write me for prices. 11'. J. Fire! Fuel Flrel Flrel

cure parlors, over Flatter's drag store John E Thompson property, east New Terry, Orlando, Fla. The National. See T..E. Arnold, Agt. The National. See T, E. Arnold. Agt.
Phone 109..:. York avenue, a year ago, arrived from Dr Rnseborongh, Miss Carrol Rose-
For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor Miss Katharine Crawford, teacher of N,ew York toe latter part of the week, borough: teaching in west Florida, and

voice and piano, begins her winter term to remain through tbe winter. He wee Rev. James Roseborough are at home

Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish on Wednesday Jan 6th. Studio In the accompanied south by :Mr. and Mrs. W. spending the holidays. James la in
Marsh building.Get H. Pratt. Mr. Pl la a large hardware. charge of a Presbyterian. church up in SOUVENIRS POST CARDS AND NOVELTIES
For Stoves and RangesFor dealer at Chatham N. Y. ,Georgia..
your shoes and harness repairedat :!Largest Stock and Lowest prices
Standard Plumbing Goods Walter Kitchen's./ Hodgkins', build. The Watts & Miller .!o. report that Daring the few weeks preceding ." " "

For Paints and' Varnishes lug on Boulevard. None but tiratcl..swork their holiday business was a record Christmas Eve the Studio Shop, Misses Pyrography Outfits and Materials Leather
turned out. breaker Mr. J. H. Gentry, in chargeof Reeve & Howard gave a ticket with ,
7. In best grades obtainable the furniture department of this every purchase, good for a chance for Goods, Picture Frames and Japanese China
Mr. Jaak: Stitb. ou the road fur an
Atlanta wholesale furniture house, came firm, says that he sent out lots of hand either tea set or a Teddy bear hand. Exclusive sale of Beautiful WaterColor
some goods for homes at this place and some prizes displayed in the window.
ill R. D. MCDONALD ( home-last week to spend the holidays Fantinga/ and Tropical Scenes
with DeLand friends. to adjoining towns. Both in hardwareand Ticket number 938:: won the tea set, held ...",.//.
furniture tbe firm Is carrying avery by Master Paul Johnston, and-number ZTbe <
You will now find the !;rose bicycle large stock of up-to-date Broods. 1910, held by :Miss Dora Burgess, took REEVE & HOWARD of S> etStore
.shops at 110( N. Boulevard, opposite the the Teddy bear.
Baptist church, where all your wants In No prettier calendar was ever given
to customers than that from the Dreka Mr. Bateson used quite a novel way
When You Contract for .the bicycle line can be bad. Department .Store this year. There of drawing the numbers In the prize --- -
Eyes are too important. a member to contest Xmas Eve. AH the
were two. The prettiest, "The Helpmate duplicate .B_
be neglected. We teat eyes free and ," l la a reproduction of one of numbers were placed in large bags, tied ,

PAINTINGYour guarantee alit if you need Allen & Albert Herter's famous paintings. and securely and passed around the audi i A GOOD NEW YEAR'INS

Co., opticians, poetof iCe block is a work of art. They were deliveredby ence, each having a chance to shake tbe
I -
Mrs.. $. 3. Winters and son of Jack.' team to many homes in tbe city. It bag. Shirley:! Douglas drew numbers ::: RESOLUTION

uouville, mid Mrs. Regar, of Tampa, Is a perfect reproduction of the bennti for train, first 4961 second 4067. Miss Resolved: "That I will Invest -
spent the holidays at DeLaud with theparents ful painting. Wiletta Elliott drew" numbers for doll,
HOUSEStipulate Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen. Last week The first 3074 second 1806. all of' my surplus and
Record referred to a
DeLand baa plenty of shows this very fine calendar one of the merchantsof Mr. W. B. Hatch and f..mllyaod. Mr., savings during the coming

week A Wild West show pitched ten the city was giving out to friends Gambell and family. drove over in autos I (U 4J year in DeLand Real

last Monday, and yesterday the Florida and customers. The picture on it was. Wednesday from Seabreeze, spending I I it .IY Estate" _
blossoms a negro aggregation, showed a reproduction of H painting from a the day at DeLand. Mr. Hatch and
Sherwin-Williams Paints uader tent. famous artist. The Record WRS Issued family, who spent the past two winterat If you will adopt that

Superintendent of County Schools' Thursday. afternoon and bn reports that DeLand, are spending the present one I I resolution and live up to

IIIIIIIIIIINIIIIII/III/II/IN/IIIIIIII/IIIIII/II/IIIMI//III IIII/III/I O.Botts and many of the county teach. by Saturday night he bad received on the Florida beach. DeLand friends ears ityou will it.
regret; that this pleasant family are not never regret
ers are at Gainesville, attending the annual nearly SOO applications for one of with them this winter
For sale at They occupied
convention of the Florida State them. the Shimer home last season soi.m OPPORTUN"JTJES: :

r Teacbers'A8IIoclatioa. No. 423-New double house, ten rooms and bath, central location,
Walters renting for$.il: per month. Good investment .roost..
PharmacyWATTS Read tbe new announcements of the tion. Offered for short time $2.000
merchants in this issue of The Record. No. 'JO-ItKbtroom: house centrally located. For quick sale.1.500
They are starting the new year with Don't Look Like a Tramp No. 32S-Seven-room three house on good street; lot 75x300: street on
every prospect of ltd being the best for .>f<1,700
No, 332 Six-room lot 93x180,
corner good location, (.bade trees and
them sinui, they have been in business.
- Look Like You are Somebody! shrubbery, fruit trees .$1,500
'iJ Mrs. Frances Clarke. and her sister, We have many more.
==
Miss von Boknui, arrived from Wash
And you can do so if you join our 11'71Yn
TReal
I fistatc
ington. D.C.. Saturday and have roomsat i1V\tiTS
, \ Mrs Eries. These ladies are great "DRESS BETTER-PAY LESS" PRESSING CLUB. LA VlVll VPOUIO ant>> InsuranceTo

travelers. They tour Europe every
summer. Costs you $1.25 a month. We will

'I Mr. Oscar Davis has. secured the ser press 12 pieces for you. We call
:E MARDWAREwill MAN vices of a "Flrst-aT..Uor'. on Ladies' for and deliver clothes in 12

.....',,__----__-_...-_._...n...._..__........_______.._._._____________ Garments, from Jacksonville, this week. hours. Clothes your cleaned by the

lie now hue two tailors) at work. "
:"New Process. On Ladies' Gar-
.
Oscars Dress Better-Pay Less Pressing
\ shortly move into new quarters, next to Club in making quite a hiS ments my tailors have no equal in ail our c,

my phtaerit location, where I will have ample room this DeLand. Phone 63 Most heyOnn.gre .
We take occasion to thank our .
I to display a very large new stock of eveery thing,; many friends: and customers) for their
carried \fa the hardware line, and I ask you to call liberal holiday patronage, and trust we Oscar H. DaviS Dress Better-Pay Less NEW Hoping WIIIII market

and see rte extensive stock I will have on display.It have made many new friends by our EAR
.
:
is the ffegt line of goods to be had, and yon pay courteous treatment whom we may Then f H ERS
have of through the
serving
no more thin for the cheaper grade of goods. pleasure
season Bateson's Curio. Returns to DeLand. street

1 HAVB\N., AI PLUMBER to do your plumbing. The following parties) held tbe win I! DR. H. SCHLOSBERQ DR. R. GOLDSTEINOptic

ning tickets for the prizes awarded by r .
...........--......_.x .. the l Eleotrto theater Christmas Eve;
--- SpecialistOF
Doors B\ds ; d.iK d Ticket 0 78, held by Miss Bessie Peek,, .Iuit, Pineapples
Sash
of
Buildingand took thedoll; ticket D 01,held by Wal- TAMPA AS IN THE PAST -

lace MoClellan. the rifle; ticket B 140, ,.. ___--Jl3TABLBS: IN SEASON >
Plumbini
Goods Always on Hand. held by Miaa Ethel Watts, the pocketbook I will be in DeLand, with office at the \jp '

..----........--...---.--.'" -.------.-...-......--.---.--.-----......--- Eyesight Specialist of Tampa, Fla will re can handle carloads to advantage. Low rates via Clyde Line
Hon. J. E. Handle, a distinguishedand be at the PUTNAM INN .. References: Bradstreet's, Dun's Agency, or
wealthy" citizen of Memphis, Tenn., PUTNAM INN. DeLand. I First National, Bank ,of Hartford,Conn..

1 W.. CWATTSDemand accompanied by his son and daughter-in- Monday and Tuesday Jan.4 and 5 .-
law, Mr.' and Mrs. Harry Randle, ar. I
Defective Vision Headaches and all. FRIDAY ) ?
-\- Florida>> rived Wednesday and are at the Pat. Optical Errors Scientifically Overcome. and >, February 8 and. i4t1RSFMttalMglfata..N.>............_.Rttwti
; nam,, Ion for the season Since last Residence calls by appointment.H. .
ESTABLISHED
IBS
here winter.before last Mrs, Handle W., SCHLOSBERG SATURDAY ) 'y

illness.has departed' this life after a .long Box 912 f Tampa Fla. (Two Days Only) I.-- 24' Y an' Experience la: Selling Florida Oranges

"- Hon. J. E. Alexander yesterday quit 'II'"

.: MARKET"LEONARDY the ins plow shores handles of on Lake his) handsome Winnemiasett placeon J. M. Fawcett M.D. Eyes, examined and glasaee 80'''"''' R.ISH' B ROTHERj; "

BROS., PEOPBB. took off bis over-alls, put on hi* Prince EYE, EAR, lOSE liD THROAT ally adjusted., Don't neglect< ye* f k' 5a-54 Commercial; l St.,, Boston; .Mass.is; ') !

Choice Northern and Florid'Beef Albert and departed for Tallahassee (Exclusively) dren's eye All trouble Jaw '
; Mutton, Pork to ? eye p f COMMISSION, I MERCHANTS1I ; f.' :!
attend the inauguration of Governor Telephone,177., nest and headaches relieved.' R ;, ,
':Sausage, Hams.and Bacon.. Ft$h. 'Always the best Gllohriit and to "trip the light fantas Hours:>10 to 12,except !Sunday lion and examination free .Ain..-'ioDs, ,.Members of National League JUommbwIon'Merchants/ ot Uf, r'' '$ ,

, in the market. and polite attention. 'Your tic" at inaugural ball. Be will also 417 Minnesota Avenue body r R er.ncel. ., thNatlinal,, Dan. Bo.ton( and,TileRent "
: Prompt. look after bU for (Formerly Bristol Place a41 ftom lit ""'t' 'i::WuiThv'rose'bfDNCr18.: .;t i.' ', ,! ...J
candidacy speakershlp ) ,:or ..- 'r" ,,.,. ,,.. .. ... ." '. A ... "'.......rXr'G.J....

\ patronage'solicited, -::: & Of the. fcoose. DcLand, Fla. OFFICE HOURS;. 9 a. m.*.' I.1'-..-....., I ,., ....1 """" _''''_ __ '"''' _.. _



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'.":> .. '2.:09:1.'-' '- .. Notice of Final Discharge.
$4 LOcAL SYNOPSIS. PUBLIC'SCHOOL-SYSTEM OVERSHIPMENT IS .TO : ::: :;:111.; ; _::; ..... ........--=' Notice to;' Non-Resident: Notice-of"Final Discharge. I that the undorcountHo
.. Is hereby given
Notice
ABROGATED iI In Circuit Court' Seventh Judicial Circuit Notice Is hereby. given that ; Idmlnlotrah'lx of the eBtate .nf
OF STATE BE FEARED NOW. TRRbere, to Wttorebfp ) of the estate>ofZIII.bIRI e".uecl Ilf
\ I of Florida, In and for Volunla County.In signed administrator Ralph H. Barker will CII the 10tl1 day

tHE IMl'ORTAHT' : ,NEWS'1TEMN or' ,. I!"..... .....................!!!'!"........... : l. Chancery. or, T.Varneo D.deceased WOO ale will his, on flniilaocounls tbe SlId day January,A. D. County\ Judge her of final Volusla,0-

, TJIJI' PASTWEEK.l Supreme Court Decides Certain Acts Orange Crop Prospects Otherwise eC'eeIII: ::" e-:... Mary vs.Meeks 1> with tbelounty judge of.Vol |be'ln..oounty, the, together! with th' vouchers,
"
Barry Meek' Florida. and ask. that th ,sunw aPP'ovedand BndasKrn final discharge as ", -
of the Legislature Along This Good Says W. R. Fuller. Baptist Church. *) that he be discharged us such administrator. -
: xwl ton Society Item for the P..apl.'i. Rxv".J. B.. GATES Pastor. To Barry Meek: mlnlRtratrlx.MABELIK a. BARKER,
PI'' .ir-..Brl.t Mention of raot. a. Line Unconstitutional. (The Tampa Tribune.) Services on Sunday will be as follows: I You are hereby required to appear to TO. oot 23, ins.) Admlnl..t', atrls.
the bill of complaint tiled littrcln airulnst, MMFUWBBBi:
$MB by oar U.port.. According to President W. Bible School.10 a. m. This July Oth, 1008.
(Tallahosse True Democrat ) B. Fuller you in the above entitled ",""Hllon, or bulore Administrator.
of the Fuller Fruit Company the morning service . . .. ..11 a. m. tbe let day of February, A. D 1UWI. .
Wade the tuner Orlando. (iThe>2rae Demoorat.l>ritit \celeesthere'| pro!! J. B. Y. P. U ... .. . 8.00: p. m. The Volusia County Krcord: Hereby 'designated .. -

a decision of the Supreme Court, rendered pects for the new year in the orange BY.PU ... .. . .. .6:46p.ni as the newspaper in wblob thin or- _ 1*
Dr 1)lelleUe'. Remedies at Allen's.After tbla week which is a knock.out i shipping business is bright the only Evening Service .. ... .. .7:80: p. m. der shall be published. mcc n week for four

business boars drop in at Stndle blow to the public school Interests of danger is that the market will be glut-.. Morning subject "Iron and Brass consecutive Witness my weeks.hand and ftrnl, nf oUlco Ibis 5,

& Specks for .lunch. Florida. from which It will take the ted by Injudicious shipping. Shoes for the New year." ''The Lord's 17th dar of DeoemliiT.. \, II.l I'O K)4.( .- a.uk .
.""It Is hard Sapper after the morning service. [I8KAL] SAM'L) JORDAN
to e tlmate, ald Mr. Fuller .
for the horse J. Cra state to ,
Everything ft" many years recover. Union temperance mass meeting Olerk.
nor's new harness shop. tf The reporter found Superintendent yesterday, "what peroentae) of tbe Subject (by queue), "What Docs the U. M. BKWNKTT, 9.1t4'c W
orange crop yetj-emalns nnahlpped, .bn Bible Teach about Women Sinking, in Sullultor for Comnlalnnnt.
Holloway much distressed on account :
Mr. !and vMr..>Collins, of Tenne-wwe, very Public
according to advices received from the
are late arrivals at :W Leod'e.- of the decision, as he jit more Notice. "Elastic" Bookcase \.
vitally Interested In the school Interestsof transportation companies It appear

Mn Edward M. Carpenter of Orange the state than other man. that forty per cent still ,remains to I'hrlRtlnu Church I Notice Is hereby given tbat tbe uuder- and Desk combined.
any
Clty.twasi at DeLand Monday. be sent out of the state. 'The entire E. W. SEARS. Pastor.Sunday's signed guardian or the estate of Jobn A.
Be consider the opinion,far reaching services Ilvmau, E. U Himan, Laura Umsn, Permit as much or as little
al the Christina
Phone 68 for the choicest onto of beef, In its effects.? While the court oonsid. crop for th'.,year will amount to between church will be appropriate to the new Raleigh Hyman, and an unnamed, Inf ntruinie book space as wanted.

:;". mutton and pork. Marsh-Bnw;. ered only One' cbaptllr'3881, from' th four.and a half and five million year At 11 ,i. 10. there will be com will, on the 25th day of January Comprises Desk Unit with
.
A l II IDiio
apply to the honorable county few or many Book Units as
Mr_.WlUiam Padgett was an Enterprise acts'" of 1000 yet every reason advanced boxes. mnniiin anil preaching Subject Judge of Volusia. county Florida, at bia ol- desired. Roomy, convenient -
"
Traitor to DeLand Saturday last. "The conditions this year jare mac) "ArroRB the Thresh bold. lice In DoLnml, for an ordur to sell the
: tending to establish the nnoonstitntionalltv ,attractive. Call and see _
the There will be no evening service, bet south haI (a>i) of the south } ) of lotsevHn
before
Rosee and violets for sale at Rosevroft, nf that to same as the big freeze of b.IfJ8 it or write catalogue 10S
chapter seems apply this congregation will ;join in the union ((7>. and also an oniUfiliIntcruBiiif '
",west Rich ave.. DeLand, Fla. ll-30-8m( with logical force to chapter 0383, which 1800, when much fruit wow shipped ti>u>perH.nce service at the Baptist ,solO< minors lu Ibo south bill, :) J.F.ALLINI&COAGENTS .
during the months of January Feb clinrch. A cordial welcome to all nt (.sUof the nortb half (nK) of lot seven ((7))
Mrs>nd Mrs.: B. 31. Tucker were is known aa the junior and senior high these services., and the nortb one-fourth (uu4)> of lot ,veu ,
., Orange City visitors to DeLand.Mon\ school act, and to chapter 6097. which mary and March, bringing gojl ra- ((7), all of aiiid, property lying and being In '
snlts.1 ,If Is there section tbree ((8)). township eighteen DB.AND, .FLA.
1 good judgment used (till)
provided for the.appropriation of.$40,- _ _
,day. Is WEEK OF PRAYER. south, range thirty-one ((81)) east. _ _
000) by the comptroller on the basis of no reason why good profits should The This I'uu. 23, 1008.!
Mr..and, Mrs Sohoonover, of New churches of DeLand will observe
; not be made
during the two ROBERT H. HYMAN
coming
Jersey are recent arrivals at McLeoU's the) property:valuation of._ & 'Bounty. i j / the week of prayer next week. This 18 Guardian.

for toe 'The opinion,'. said' be,' deals a,hard or.tbrs, months. a national custom among the Frotestan S
season. blow and BIG CALIFORNIA CROP. churches of Am"rl..a. The meetingsthis
to the pnbllo school interests, Notice of Final Discharge
Mia' Tea ley, of Canton Ga, attending In the "Although California has ,a big crop, year will be held in the Christian

Stetson, Ia.. guest at MoLeo '..during a large. measure places. scbqols e.ara. .. .jclnnar_ to tha____ cantora_ nt_, dfafrl_ church, beginning Monday and contlnnlng Notloe is heieby given that the undersigned .
about where ten n nn 'n administrator of of
; they ;were !< years .ago. I over Friday. The topics are: the estate L. W.
the holidays There la already due the teachers of the button land have better and quicker "The Power of Prayer. "Saving the Udum, deceased, will, on the IBib day of Favorite-

Cattle J. Crenshaw left Saturday for state 8167,750 under the eighty per cent I transportation facilities, It the trade I Children" "The"Christian's Duty to Do with February the county A. D. 1909 Judge, file of his Volusia Una I accounts county,

the orange groves and vegetable flelds. act and the high school ,act. In ., learns that it can depend on Florida to Personal Work "The Home" and Florida, "nd asK that the same be approved .BUy -

of the .lower East Coast 1Dr. tion there is al dustbin the $4.ddJ-1 Furnish.,superior fruit, it will look here These The serviced Evangelization are for all of Christians.the World. and trator.that be be discharged. as such adminis :: Fertilizers

..W. W. Hamilton and Mr. IS. Li.- referred to, which should have been appropriated for[ Its supply Instead of to California. This Aug. IStb, 19U8\

Bon t{with their tam )".syeut,Tuesday ,by ,the comptroller on ,the -"It lea mistaken idea to underestimate Presbyterian Church J.Administrator.B. ODUM.

pienioing DeLeon Springs. first of January, 1908, if at that time the crop and attempt to mislead buyers REV BKNJ.. B. KNAPP Pastor.' Manufactured by
It is much better ,
to give the real facts
Mr<,
U..., are spending the winter with their for that purpose. The aggregate amount, competition, making better Breaching Service . .11 a. in, Notice is. hereby given tbat the utuler- COMPANY
profits the end. Tbe California exchanges Y, P. S. O. :m.. . .. SANDERS FERTILIZER
,-: son, W. A. titeed, on Kioh avenue. therefore, due the schools under the .. 6:45 p. m deralgned. administrator 01 the estate 01 ,
three acts mentioned, on the first day of watch the market very closely Peter Rawlins and Mattie BawlIng, will on
Manager M. G. Bowe, of the De- We can profit by tnelr example, and cut tbe lOtb day January, A. D. 1U09. present

Land Telephone Co., baa been confined July 1908. was .307,756. me d uuurornia_ ... growers out or, tbe_ market First M. E. Church his U_,.final._,_ .account.____.... to._the.,County_,. ,_ Judge_._h'. ..of, Jacksonville, Fla.
This large amount Is lost to the I Rev WM. J. HARKNESS, Ph.D. Pastor. vuiUBiwnumy. r lu., vu tiutjr
to his home for several days frcm sick 80h'ge': ; :
vouchers and ask
to extent for final
a great ,as long as we can a as
fleas schools, together with $165,000 which supply Sunday School. . .. . 0.45: a. m. .such administrator. ----
would have accrued. by the first of the demand. Preaching Service. .. ..11:00.. m. GEO. P. COLBY
DriWashington, and wife are July, 1900. "One great trouble the past season Epworth League . .. . 6:45: p. mAll Administrator.. Dealers in all kinds of fertilizing Materials.

recent arrivals from the Blue Grass. The law establishing a system of high ias been th'it" whenever any market reported friends and strangers invited. I This July 9th, 1008. Agricultural Chemicals, Insecticides, Ponltrv

state. They spend their winters l>e- favorable quotations, enormous Foods, Ponltry Supplies, Incubators, Brooders
schools was enacted in 1908, and the
Land. other acts'" coming under the decision of qnnnties have been rushed there all at 'Methodist Episcopal Church, Notice to Creditors. ;and Malt hold Roofing .

,.>JVHs a>Alma:: ,Jrevatt.dangnter.i ot the court were passed In 1905. once,, playing bavoo with prices. This U. S. TABOR, P. C. outh'l Notice! is hereby given that the undersigned

School Commissioner and Mis. A. B.Prevat While it from this decision 'does not by any means mean overproduction Sunday Sobool..l 0 bus been appointed by the Hon. J. -
of Seville several seems but if the business could be 'reaching . ... . . . ..11 a. m. Lee McCrory,judge ot tbe County Judge's I' -
:: spent day atDelatad that the state is not able to appropriateany Court of Volusia '
Epworth League. . . ..6.45: p. m county, Florida administrator -
thin week.: money to the schools there may be better organized and distributed, thousands Preaching--------------------7:80: p. m of tbe estate 01 Mrs Mary Soott. late

',Db,E. W. Jamison and tainily are at made. county levy of seven mills for of dollars could be saved to the Prayer Meeting . .Wednesday night. deceased eitutees, distributees of said county, and and all other all creditors persons.,

Canton N. O. Mr. Jamison is in very school purposes, and in addition to this, growers of Florida. laving claims or demands against said estate IDEAL FERTILIZERS

.poor health and U in the mountains to a levy of three mills may be assessed in ONE FIRM'S BUSINESS. Catholic Clinrrh. same, ,,art duly hereby authenticated required\, to to present the undersigned the I IMade

see if it wilt !benefit hiui. the special tax school districts, and under "The Fuller Fruit Company has already M. J. CURLEY, Pastor. within the tltno prescribed by law,

this-arrangement it is possible for shipped six hundred carloads of first Mass .. . .. . 6:30: a. m. or the same will be forever barred. BEST AND CHEAPEST I i
The orangepackinghouses will re- Mass and Sermon WILLIAM 8COTT,
oranges, and expects to ship three High \ .10 a. m
same active)1t), operation* next week the schools to be kept np to their present or Sunday School . .. .11:10: a. m. Administrator of the estate
four
'.There,was a ueneriU suspension of buai- standard without the aid given them hnndred more. Prices while not livening Service . . .. 7:80: p m of Mary Scott, deceased from the best materials the market affords.
Orange City Fla., Oct. 80 1008.Executors' .
very high, have been fair, and the demand SnhiAOt. "ThA PnnA' flnw Tar. nnQQ ,
under chanters 6381 and 5657. but the
.D among them during the holidays. hits kept up very well. The pros. He Interfere with Individual- Conscienceand ; '''Each formula exactly suited to the product for which it
abolishment of the high school
Mr._ and Mrs. Charles !;t. John arrived system pools for the coming year are Citizenship?" All welcome. Notice.Notice is recommended and thoroughly tested in both laboratory -
is the most serious bl >\v to public education very
at DeLand from went Florida last in littering. '' I. hereby given that the undersigned and field. Tltoy are worthy of their name IDEAL.So .
,Monday, ..n4 lien ,that afternoon for many years.It & have been appointed to take out ancillary -
I may require a constitutional Amendment Busy scenes marked the resumption St. Barnabas Episcopal Church. letters as executors of the estate of many people appreciate this fact, we handle great
,Orange City to"visit the former home. the objection,} Saturday of work in the local packing- REV CAMPBELL GRAY, Rector Jobn B. Stetson, deceased, and< all persons
remedy pointed quantities of materials. This enables to
raw
For Sale-FirslwjJasa pins .stove and house of the Fuller Fruit Company, Sunday, Jan. 3. laving claims or demands against. said e>f us buy
out in tbe decision haDII..1lown by the Ate hereby .
;if fireplace wood. Per cord, 1*5.60j I per Court. after the holidays. This packing-bouse Holy Eucharist..v . . 7 a. m. same,are duly authenticated required, to to'present the undersigned the cheaper ; therefore, we can sell cheaper. Compare our

;strand, $3.00. Djop\ postal card to Cbua.iHoolutra Supreme alone ships two car loads per day. Monday doming Prayer and Litany. 9... m. or to theIr legally authorized attorney analyses,,! and prices with- any brand on the market. Send
If this recourse is not taken it.will Innday School . .. 9.80: a m. and agent, Isaac A. Stewart, of De-
D Land. Jl-4w be necessary for the legislature ti> enact the packing-houses of tbe companyat Holy Eucharist with Sermon 10.30: a. m. I.alld. Fla., within tbe time prescribed by 'or our literature. Ask que@tiolls. Our vast store! of

Mr. Charles Miller and family,'of Sea a law providing that each county shall Seffner, Parrleb, Lake Thonotosaasa, Week Days- law. GEORGE A. EL8KS8ER information is at your service Write today
,
i Cliff, Long Island N. Y., arrived in D.,- maintain one high school to be supported Green Springs, Orlando and other Holy riornlng Eucharist Prayer(except( Monday) a. m. J. HOWKU.! CUMMINGS,
except Monday)0) a. in.
Land Wednesday and have engaged entirely out of the county school points, resumed. Evening Prayer (dally.O) p. mGlenvrood Executors of the estate of '
John B Stetson deceased. Wilson
& Toomer
'rooms for_the, winter. season at McLeod'H. 'unds. This plan, however, would be S w DeLand Fla.. Oct. 30, 1003. ,Fertilizer Company

; far inferior to the state system, since /. B. STETSON'S PRINCELY GIFTS. Presbyterian Church.

Messrs. Edward Fltcbuer and Lloyd there would be no uniformity of standard REV. GEO. N. MACDONALD Pastor Notice of Final Discharge JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Miller spent several. days the latter in the operation of such schools.
put Over $200,000 Given to Employes as doming Service . . . .10a.m. Notice is hereby given that six months
.of the ween! in the former's new lanucnon S. Sunday !School. . .. . .11 a. m. I after date towlt on the !6th day ol April,

a !hunting. .trip..up the. I Ut.: John's AT LAST CONFIRMED. Provided In His Will. Christian Endeavor,, . . 7 p. m. for A. U.approval laS I to will Ho present,,. J. Lee my McCrory.Haul account County I- d
.
River .
Before the death of Mr. Stetson he Judge of Volusia county, Florida, at his

*iir. Bind,Mrs..Theodore Buff leave to Judge Oscar P. Hundley, Well Known provided that $200,000 should be given For Sale. otflce aa guardian at the Uourt of Kdlta': House: Bond In, aud DeLand ask for Fla.a, _'-____it-'t...

day" spend, Jhe.winter on their valuable In Tallahassee, Had to Wait Two the employee of his hat factory, in Three S. C. White Lea-horn Cockerels, (liacbarge This Oct.as 10th such 1&I8.guardian. -

grove 'over.'... -Mascotte, having Years. 'I presents, cash and stock of the company hatched from egg I bought of Wvckoff'afi08laylD S. A. WOOD I

laaaed. for the. imannn, their _nrettv n m. -D-.- every Christmas and the following telegram /( strain. C,'S U-aelbreath Guardian.
The nomination of Oscar R. Hundleyas BOld Lumber
Land home. shows how the princely Bum was Phone 92E. Beresford, Fla. ompalY
federal, district judge for the northern distributed I
the
'Dr.and M rs. Riley are recent arrivals among 4,600 employee 0's Notice to Creditors.
'' district of Alabama, which has been last Friday : Will quote you prices and supply from their
..t the'MoLeod's. Mrs Riley remains you, yards near the depot
tOeLand for-th winter the doctor returning held up for two years, has at lost been "Philadelphia, Dec. 34.-Santa Clans What Others Say About It. Notice Is hereby given to all creditors and at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine J

confirmed by the senate. Hundley has over $200,000 worth ot Christmas Many of the best people in Tennessee all persons having any' demands or olalmaafaln..t ,JI
gave
this week to.:Atlanta. Their the estate of
and adjoining states recommend St. Henry A. Wright, Lumber
daughter, Miss Marie, is attending Stetson been serving nnder a recess appoint presents to the 4.600 employee of the oaeph's Liver Regulator being a ereassd, to present the same to the un Flooring, Ceiling Mouldings
ment. Mr. Hundley Is well known in John B Stetson Company today. This splendid laxative and liver medicine. dersigned within the time prescribed by ,
University.Mrs. ,
,nvr or the same will be barr d.Glenwood .
Tallahassee, having presided at two Ie wbat he left with the men, women Its occasional use will keep the system Fla., Nov. 27.1908.HARRIETT < .S Shinges Laths Etc.
J.Jf. .Grimes/ son and daughter, sessions of the federal court at, this and girls after he presided at the Christmas 10. good condition, thus assisting nature M. WRIGHT ,
ot Albany, Qa..are visiting Captain and establish good health. It will remove Administratrix. All
Lumber
I place. Ee was formerly Democrat Building and Fire Brick Cement
exercises $100,000 in cash etc. f
; ( promptly
!
H. M. every the bile and effete matter from the i
Mrs.
Peake. Mrs. G. thinks; ofpermanently' I II and deserted his anowhere In the
for the of
party pelf body some) 1,000 and rule city.
got I turkeys (one to system as a nature "will do _
locating DeLand.
I at < She office. The two Democratic senators each married man) ; 1,600 hats to men he reBt." Try it. .It is well endorsed Notice. -
I is charmed with the place, and wants. from Alabama. Morgan and Pettus, opposed and It: Is made in both liquid and powders .
boys 1,000 of gloves to the
her children to be educated at Stetson his con&mation with such virulence ; pairs Druggists and dealers sell it, liquid 50 lu County Judge's Court, Volnsta County, !
girls; 1,000 boxes of candy, also for the cents a bottle ; powders, in tin boxes, Florida.
ynjversity. that the President' oonld never girls; 63 gold watches to old and faithful 26 cents.a box.WHAT Iii the matter of the estate of William HALSBY AVACHINERY COMPANY
Mr.'William Miller and eon, Master get his appointment' recognized. Since I Miller deceased.
employes 61 gold chains and fobs to .
;
To Florence L. O. Miller, Ada Miller and Ocean '
NIdwI, of Tallulah FalisOa.i are guests their death, his confirmation was Insisted other old and faithful employee; blocks Wllllnm Miller ot Alken, 5. (J., and aa Street Jacksonville. Fla.

ot.,tbe. MoLeod House for the winter. on, with. success.-Tallahassee of Stetson stock, worth over $50,000, to THE KIDNEYS DO. Benjamin W. Curiler, of:Boston, Mass., Telephone No. 574 j
The' snd all other persons. interested:
late
Dr: William
Miller who died True Democrat.
particularly deserving employes.. Whereas. Edith Stunler Miller, as admin- We carry at Jacksonville a larpe!
January last, was for years physician sup "The presentation, never before iatratorofhe estate of Wlllllam Mlller.de- and complete stock of Portable and

for the FJ,gJer) hotel.*, .(aliened ['at .the XMAS DINNER ','FOR -PRISONERS.. equalled In this city, was attended by Their Unceasing Strong and Work Healthy.Keeps I's ensed, has filed her potlilon and owing netting, bythe loribthaltbe'eseedebtsduu Stationary all Engines, BoiVra and Paw

Ormojid. ;Hotel. ,j p -' I unique services In tbe.vast auditorium All the blood In the bode pnssis through state and that->f the the said William Miller, deceased, _ _ _ M11I8l'ndB of Wood-WorklnrJUachinpn haste, BeltJigand 1: Mfll'!

.....w8t>. John Lodge, F. &; A. M., has Sheriff Turner Clues the which forms a part of the bat factory." hue kidneys once every ibri'e minnie The .. the personal sam f pwiierly and.' that, is tbe InsuOllonttopay said- Supplie-. We have may thousands
-Blaotsd'thB "following officers of the Unfortunates 'p kidneys tiller tbe bl.. d. 'I 1 hev work niirhl t Wm. Mil'er died seized and possessed of _ of oatlsded customers iso will testify

,'"' (9r the'ensning; year i Mr. 8. B. a Fine' Dinner.One When "America" Was Sung for the 00grains And day., When of Impure healthy matter they remove dally) about when be following' described. real estate lying to the merits of our 10003d. It will!
und "being in tbe
( of Volusla
and
''' county JKIV you to pet! our PurRS and TERMS
/ V.LW' M.1* Mr. J,. B. Weth- of the last kindly acts of Sheriff obealtbv some part of tbls Impure netter tate of Florida, towl!: 1-ot(tUn block: in oefore
left thus buyingWe/ general .
lu blood. This
First Time. a Southern
brings
.; Mr. N. B. .- on many I be sub-division. wltnln the town of Ormond ?
Mootreville
.. lamer oetore turning toe omoe over to diseases and mploma-P8In in the buck.eadaobe known na 'Ormnnfl ffanfth. .... agents for FA&VUHAR Engine ,
i S S j |t; Wood, treasurer; Dr. I his successor was a<;splendid turkey 'One Fourth of July in Boston" nervounness.. hot, dry skin rbou'matl.m. the ."-medled in tbe-oillue t .of the naanir- Cleric; nt of trated Boilers and Saw Mills. A postal will bring our salesman/'Write for illus
gout, (travel, disorders of be catalogue. '
dinner to the county prisoners confined writes Doctor Hale in his "Beminls- and hearing. dizziness, Irregular eyesight the Circuit Court of Voluala County, Klor- (
son' of Mr. and oence," in Woman's Home Companionfor teai t, debility, drowsiness' ida on page M o( Map Boot 1, praying In
arren St.'T. In jail twelve or fifteen of,them.II dropty deposits and by said petition tout she !may have the ---------------, ---- .
k'. January, "I bad spent all allowance In tbe urine, etc. But if you keep tbo --
thisplaoe.iswrft. was the last Christina day he bad my filters right you will have no trouble with order of tbe court directing bur to take Into .. _
)und the World," to themkindly deed, and on last for July and all my'lection money' your kidneys.J. possession. as administratrix of the estate
the real estate hereinbefore
Jew York Office Q in November, Friday he served them wit hi the follow on the Common--possibly for a eight in N. Sawyer'living. *' on Bleb avenue De- of tbe estate for the payment described ol aa debt so.sets Now is the time to. order/
and 1 bive
'mlll nd DeLaJalne the camera obacnra, though I doubt if Fla., aa>s: not the IllgbleotheBltanoy and sell the same for said together
on which inn some .of, the,business men joining In recommending Dimn's Kidney with tbe Incidental chargescrsald purpose
":""IDeceen yean with theaberlflt in providing,tbig dinner' I bad money enough for tbat-certainly I r'ills bad aa luaj have given: me plendiil I : rellet. Now, therefore, this Is to command sale you: ,

2 for these. prisoners for raw oysters, three for a cent if small save been me an great Invalid annoyance for years and on account my kill.eya the iild, Florence L. O. Miller. Ada Miller, Simon Pure'No. I Ifor
Vllllam Miller
; Monday Oraten-Raw.< two for a cent If large; probably half a ftho too frequent action of the kidney; ae .and all otber and Benjamin W. Currier,
Interested
5. "t !bnUd- Native- Celery Consomme ala Theo4onaDrssed glass of spruce beer, one cent,, and twoor rations rom backache, I have*, mid also a suffered constant. a great dull pain deal on the 20th day persons of January, A. O.to IBOt appear, at and be sure of a large

diana Lettuce BaltedXAlmonds"loadRadishes three checkerberry medals-die DOW irouan my loins tiome limo ago t readIKIIU my office in the Court House at DeLand, your grove crop next
> lo -and make what allowance you "' Doun's .Kidney ,tillsand procured aid Florida, and show cause wby the prayer ol winter. All the b ist groves use SIMON PURE

If toast, ,COUOtIY'bail bIn. Pommes. Dnchesse Sliced Cucumbers' please for, tamarinds,,ooooannts, sugarcane bum.reeled the They action relmved of the the kidney backacbea svcretlnn, oor- vou petitioner have. should' not be granted, Ifuy .FERTILIZERS and they show for themselvesa. : :

-alnt Mary Nurset.f Peach Fritters Glace Cnraooa3o and other foreign delicacies. I wasstunting au.l I nines using them I reel a (treat deal, shed It Is ordered that tbls oltatallon be pub- -
aa in the
Volusia
? County Reeord
vigorous yield l ronger. I nave recommended, Dona'sIdney a
ivennlless and i bad to pass weekly newspaper, for thirty days. E. O. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonvl >
chnrrts of our a.atnJfedTnrkey: Cranberry Sauce Pills to many of in\ fii"nila, and le. ia.
irsiig that ou; buaii_ "* 1 Park'street meeting bones, when an they have always given kUtMnctlim.' Witness my band and official seal this -
f '-' "
lUb day December --'"------
tbaCIM! For tale all dealer, Pricu A. D. 1808. i
by
vent of historical Importance took 6 founts. J.
he! finished', I ',, column. of .nsler.Mllburn Co.. BuU'tlo. N. Y sole [SBAt] LEE MoCBOBY, It will be i "Sniow' PuRE:' on i the spot when T, E. Arnoi'lgets '
place. Long boys and girls Judge of tbe
County
"{ntsfur the United .,I"t"... Judge's '
up by P.ary'its were>going into meeting. The spectacle member the. name-Dos 'a.:..end take Court, of Volusia County the PAINTEW >WABBHoaaa completed at'the depot"When
return 8Ouloe.wfoandl.n4.l" Florida
; of fertilizer
00 oilier.lotloe want a bag that makes
of children you
l a prooea.lon'of going to \ things

The return of', meeting on any day but Sunday was as hump, see him! -

the explorer wonderful to me as a volcanic eruption of Application for Tax Deed Un Notice of Application for Tax .Deed

., from the Blue Hills would have1 been.tOfconne140iue4 ,J.r Seuliuu 1 4:$ CU.....tcr 4:1:1:: :: Lawirof Under' Section 8 of Chapter 4888, -----
Florida I juaws 01: lonaa.. ---- ----------
EE the throng. So U USnhat tiotloa, is hereby given that- A. H. MOo Notice is hereby given that Cha.. MOo I II : -------- =

I urn one of the little company who ary.-rnrcbaaae of tax oertlflcato No. 1270, Nary purchaser of tax certificate No.' 1188;: I San"Jose Scale and White
'eard thejBatlonal hymn sang for the tilted; .the 7tb day of June 15911! t> ba* filed dated the 8th day of June, A/ D. law, has ; :Fly
-Sw Wgll tfmil geld certificate In my office, and has madeppltatlaa Bled said certificate' in my offlca and has
". for tux deed to Issue In aaoordiia made application for tax deed to Issue In I eScale. on Peach ,Trees -
with- law. Sald accordance .For San..J.o and White Fly *
: 'My eormtry 'tis of thee captitloat embraces with law. Bald certificate em. and

-dv, cheerful hi Sweet land of liberty.pIac .'-, be I.I. Voluala following county described,Florida property toj-witt situated* uated braces In the Volusia following county described Florida property towltj sit. I other fn* cpt- qat 5fa-0ran8e Trees, .pray! with"Schnarr's,

at jof hope I did not join ln the slngln', < !Lot 1* sub of river lots 8 and 5 X, Ormond'b Lot B, bUt :2 I, La Vega,(Si-tuned.-' I Ins.ctlclde.i Mixes readily :with cold water:
,/| .laid land being aaaesced The said land
_ve.tO.rlhi: jjlat that time do was to me even as re \ at the date being assessed at lbs date ,
of the Isauarca of'suob oertlUcate In the of the Issuance of such oartUoate Jn the
varied stoA ml,' and I unafraid' should t not name of D. Lt Stewart. Unless said name of Mrs C.' 11, Murray. Unless said) I .0yprornptl7-rfundedif, results are not i
ff satisfactory.
'4.s >Improved on the harmonies of' the ertlUcat shall) be redeemed according to certificate shall be redeemed according to ; ,
law. tax deed will issue thereon on tb. 0thtof law, tax deed wiUlssu. thrraoq on U>.,Oth ,
,t,* tUIu. da A.D.1OOQ. day 01 February I
_ : February A D. 1900. -i LocAU'AOilNTS: j.,
btv v7Uaaa myofflowl aignaturs and seal witness my official fraatnra'' ana ,seal SCHNARR & CO.MANUFACTimwa. '
this tbsUtdayof. January A. D. l this the 1st day of January A, D. 1MW, ', Its- w 'fR.i'.I."f II II' !
U':BAI.3iir repairing! done at JLCranornop I I ifsHAl.1[ BAM'L D. JORDAN' > I (MuLl] BAWL\ O. JOBDAS i'" Wit.
'
? 8 ,'' i o.e", $ ; .U Clerk CMeult Court Yplnsl CounT, Fja, Clark Circuit Ot.,. Voloala. Co.,.JTl*.I .I-C.n, 1051550N. 1 ORLANDO: FLA. !

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