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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 8, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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..... VOLUME' XXIII 'DE ,LAND. VOLU8IA CO. FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1909., NUMBER 16
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:t:'ij| > M" WVw411M hMW7MMMwwYWVt..MVVM.vrr..yy..oun., : .. Mn Sarver. and,family are
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ALL OVER THE COUNTY the BengHton cottage on Grave.occupying avenue 'If' You Want the I BEST ORANGE
: WRAPS Ask for
; r fSiG e B E' .L & DAY ITEMh Fifty-two guest took dinner at the ,
UF.INTERESTV"'FTED TO popular Orange. City Hotel Christmas

':.,v ESTABLISHED 1889 THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS day. f

r 235-238*West Street. New York CORRESPONDENTS. Advertise in The Record. Start right ur.
-r-and right away. A business half-fed ;
is half. dead. Oaltk

r I AUCTION SPECIALISTSIN Orange City. :,. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. St. John of 91 } ate q =k 'L r ; jI l ; S
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Quincy, came. to spend the holidays '
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I (A part of O. O. items came too late with relatives and friend. aKfte a : R'' f : i1' a.u c i. aay I te.u f

FLORIDA ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC. for last week.-Ed) The Cemetery Association held its I at at' :r. J, peas w

regular business meeting at the rest '5 ..5r

Consign your fruit to a., house which guarantees We now write 1B00. deuce of Mrs. Helen Freeman last Tuesday

I prompt sale, top market value, quick returns, and A Happy New Year to all. afternoon bkaI ; 1t
Christmas Last week Tuesday Mr. a e c r1 ;J at 'P"is4
day (1008)( ) at Orange City and Mrs
_ A SQUARE DEAL FROM START TO FINISH. r is : 1
was a pleasant one. Tbere were din Williams, Mrs L. E. St. John' brother, al 0 w K a j y i'! sie'

I ners family. re-nuloos, picnic parties*, came so they are having a family reunion 1Q net s 0 A KI
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WE SELL AT AUCTION DAILY drives, eto. for a few days. I u a. 1 f

III wQ++nywrw..y..w.rn..v..w, ....+......_................._.......;.,I The Congregational; church bad theirChristmas Orange. City item. did not reach The : I CXw 8 i :
tree for their Sunday school Record office last week until Thursday 1Q

w .. .- -, --- Christmas Eve and the M. E. church night, too late for publication, although { i '

88 M...9 >**.W'm-mm4' mitttmtmfrm'mW'._mt'.m. *.} on Christmas night; Both trees were they were mailed at O.C, office Wednesday L fiaP _
very' pretty. ,>and the programs nicely noon.

H. A. McMULLEN carried ont Those .who,decorated the Last Wednesday, Jan.. 6th, tbe first u Ptt
cbnrchea And trained. the children de meeting the Social /
and
/ Literary Clnb t b.tzbt.
Representing i serve great credit a* it is no little work. Circle met at the "Gables. The subject mill iiR
: They have the thank. of many.

THE E. R. BRACKETT CO. In inn eveningaomecf, oar :young doing disoassed In different was parts"What of the women world"are

= people drove to DeLand to trip the .-----...-- Best! and most economical to Use
I light fantwtto at Baynes Hall. Others I i

Commission Merchants;? went to the Christmas tree, and some Pierson.Mrs LOOK FOR THE LABCL-THE UAPANCSCOIRL IN RZD.
Hall.
to the entertainment at Library FOR S-A-LIE BIT
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\i 3 The Monday afternoon Whist Club U. H. Caele visited relatives at Q. A. DREKA DeLand, Fla. R. S. Daytona Fla.E. .
MALEY.
\ 312 Washington Street, New York Seville ,
organized: a week ago: with Mr. Hoyte Friday. She is a lady of charming
W Members ot the National League. as president and Mrs Joseph Clark BIIseol'etary ( personality.J. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna. Fla.

and, treasurer, met Monday. .Harper. tbe handsome and fair- -,
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES'A SPECIALTY: afternoon the 38th, at Library. Hall!), dealing. merchant. of this place, went to J. J. Hioleraon' ..a old subscriber to DeLnnd came down and held' the Inquest week after spending some time with

jor their Crst meeting; this winter. All DeLand Tuesday. the Vol asia County Record favored. the but could Bud only circumstantial his friends in Florida.

We Solicit a Share ot Your New York Shipments lovers of whist are cordially invited to The beautiful Peterson sisters, Misses Dan Tucker writer's shebang with his evidence No doubt! a more Saturday. Rev. .and Mrs. Martin of

come and bring ten cents with you Ida. and Frederica, went shopping to presence one day last. week and paid. thorough Investigation. will be made to Rockford 111., visited in Ulenwood..
i REFERENCES: Irving National Exchange Bank, New York; Bradstreet, next meeting .and play. whist. DeLand Saturday. tor two years in advance, .and Bald. bring his murderer or murderers to They are old acquaintance of grandma.

II and Dun agencies; the trade everywhere.PHILIP The fair held by the Congregational M. W. Froscher and T.A. McClawma, many aloe complimentary. things about justice, aa W. W Davis was a peaceful Rosbrongh and M. J. Shoemaker.. Mr*.

%iMEteB8lFSie48ElYa.t18Mf9Df. -a91Yat aB$9fi83 g81&tlt90 church Ladies' Aid Society was a ,no- managers are pushing work in the The Record and its noble editor and his law-abiding negro. B. Bly, of DeLand. was with them on

cess both socially!) and financially. packing-honee here to perfection correspondents. It wonld take. a mightyfine The A. U. Li. train 84, due here at Saturday. We hope they will come

Mrs. Botler and Mrs. kossa, of Richfield Frank. Turnqniat, of DeLand, was on I tooth-comb to fetob a liner citizen- 1.30 Wile wrecked Monday afternoon of again.
and than Jake
Springs, N. Y., who have spent this restful spot last week. He la an neighbor Mulligan guard this week at Silver Pond a flag station. Mr. Boyd Shoemaker came from Day
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Rinlersoa. He Is. favorite with all
several winters here are stopping with excellent to a three miles north of here. No one was tona Beach. to be with his wife, who
Mr. and Mrs. Si. John corner Volnsia youth kept step with. the people on account of his sober, upright seriously hurt, but a negro man and was very sick at her cousin's, M. J.

and Lemon .avenue, for the winter. Oeorge; Smith, a handsome. youth ofNew manly, companionable disposition woman received some painful outs and Shoemaker. but Is Improving at present.

E. EDDY. A jolly party plunlcttd at Green Spring Jersey is here ruralizing at the and intelligence. His wife is a charm-. bruises It Is a miracle that no one Dr. Bredaw. was the physician and Mrs.
home of S. H. Jones hovered under the home-loving and walks. in
lag woman
Cbrintmas day. Among the party were shady oaks. in west Pierson. was killed, and if the train had. been West the nurse. She hope soon to be
model Christian
the of the
sacred
Mr. Hlokey and mother, Mrs. Major, precinct running at full speed no doubt several about as usual.
H. T. Farrott Is with
orange grove picking helpmate in her home her
Mis Victoria Major Mrs. Jameson and would have. been killed outright the
+********W4+*Mf 00********f0+W***+*++++*f*++*++*+* I boss for the N. L. : ; Mrs. J. B. Conrad left Dec. 84th for
Pifraon & virtues .and noble .
Chases splendid qualities.
son Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Bontt, Mrs. tacklng-honae. He is I I Ijob reverse curves there) was what, no York state. to help care. for sister, Mrs.
sucking to his and handsome .
Their four particularly bright
ShIp Cole Mrs Jones. Miss Jones and Miss doubt, saved. a deplorable .
your like shoemaker I catastrophe. Krank, who had .a stroke of paralysis.
a to his last. children ore sweet.voiced and I
M..rthaJones. and Mr. and Mrs. Wade. Two passengers from Seville were on, .and is entirely helpless. She spent last
Returning home they made pleasant Squire J. M. MoCorkle of Barber. polite .and mannerly at home, at schoolor Miss Elsa. Prevatt returning to Jack. winter here with Mrs. Conrad .and her
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT vllle wee in this little garden of Eden on the road. sonville, to her
call at New Forest. They seemed delighted resume studies luM&88ey'a friends here were all very sorry to hearof
with their trip to tbe Spring Friday. on business. Ronie, as he is That oyster meat was a corker. Did College, and Mrs. Mattie. Harris her affliction.

.To. and with the lovely Christmas. tree they called. Is a faultless. Mulligan guard. you ever eat. oysters Why of course, going to Palatka. to watt on her

.c i saw at :New Forest. Mr. Carpenter enjoyed D. A. Byera, of Princeton Ind., Is we did; we only eat four measured sister, Mrs. Yarborough, who is quite -.S

PHILIP E. EDDY PROVIDENCEtc their call very mach here in this heal paradise touring the bushels. One of the most enjoyable sick: down there under Dr.U- E. Welch'scare. Restrained from Disposing ot Stock.

state, the snnshiued, warmed hearth in and The A. C. L. would such
-Rhode Island I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond who spent affairs of the good-bye old year save In the United States. district court
last! winter here, arrived la Saturday the eetting-room of God's footstool. Became bleas and welcome the new, was an wrecks np there it: they would do away yesterday Jndge James W. Locke
friends with last week. J. J. Petersonon with those reverse curves and strengthen
Several came them to spend oyster luncheon given by for
granted a petition an injunction
tbe winter. Mr. Raymond. has rented Miss Mary Cede spent tbe tip of last Thursday evening of the old year, the road, as enough no doubt, has been restraining the sheriff of Volvsia county

tbe Fenwick house. week with her sister, Mrs. Byrd, at I with J. A. Harper, John Lofbnrg and spent for wrecks there In the past two from disposing of at public sale the
Turpentine City. Mis Mary is of chief of-staff. The or three years to have. bad. It done. The
Christmas at New Forest 1008 will one j I W. W. Tedder as stock and merchandise at Daytona. belonging -
'ecE ''er w tk3r tc3p tu ec tc tc tc tr Iii 'long be remembered as a very happy the *weeteitt flowers that ever bloomed'I very enjoyable celebration took place in trains were only delayed a few hours : to Moore Brothers bankrupts.

;>ne. The house was decorated with in all nid' fair land. of flowers. Mr. J..7. Peterson's Hotel de-Orange: Conductor Anderson had Dr. Stiles to I The petition for an injunctions was

JAMES W. HODGES Holly English; Ivy, southern etnllax, Miss Tomie Thompson of Astor was paeking-houee, on Wisconsin avenue. immediately attend the wounded negroes granted to Armstrong Cater & Co., H.

Representing palms and ferns, magnolias and beauti here Monday on Her way to Tampa. to The handsome, usually large. crowd and did all he could for the comfort B. Claflln & Co. .and G. & H. Fold

.l/t ., rat flower. Mrs. Caipentet had been resume her position as teacher of of young Indies and gentlemen Mulli of his passengers creditors of the bankrupt firm. These

B. & CO.Commission f entertaining a house party, and Wednes legrapny.. She Is..a young lady of gans. sure has
.JOHN DRAKE day's. evening tealn brought her cousins? charming. manners. ane personal beauty twenty-eight, twelve ladles and sixteen I GlenwoodThe an injunction that. judgment had been

f.aw BX.bll.h.d In 170. / Mrs. Virgil D. Candler and her sister and a* sweet aa a China. doll laddtebnoka in the oyster convention, obtained by certain. other creditors, and

Mrs. John F. Clark, ot Paris, Ky., and Deputy Shaclff Cade and Justice J. M. with Capt J. F. Gamble, .a mining engineer that the stock of merchandise of the
t Merchants her nephew, Mr. Charles Chandler of of Colorado, as guest of honor. holidays passed in .a very quiet
McCorkle, of Barberville, ran. down and not bankrupt firm would be sold by the
Grand Rapids Win. to spend the holi One of the prettiest curiosities there way anything exciting. .
captured at Seville last week one sheriff of Volnsia county next Mondayto
94 S. Market St., Boston Mass. moccasin and red Miss Flonilla Shoemaker: went to Daytona '
., days. Then, the fun, began.. Mrs. Carpenter eather-wlng-bat. brained negroeatemapalive was a gaily togged satisfy the judgments unless suchproeeedinge
eel -****** wild-eyed Chick Indian. Beach. to spend the holidays and
bad planned for a Christmas blanket -a-saw
pugilist who assaulted W W. were stopped that should
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Hlgtitsl Market Prices Realized/ lor Good Fruit. Returns' Made Dally. Care
returned
loIs a Specially Consignment/ Solicited Members Fruit ant Pro- d tree for her guests but Thursday morn- Powell at Barberville Cbrfcitinas" day brought! down by Capt Gamble to see Monday. the sale be conducted and the good
; Ing they requested their' hostess to let the Land of Flowers. Miss Bonohell returned .after her twoweeks' disposed of, the bankrupts, accordingto
duce Exchange, Boston, Mass. Noah Harper was in this little para-
them have the exclusive use of the Use last Wednesday. He is moat _--s.c vacation, and school is moving law. would be subject to discharge. ,
.. fwencee Fourth National Bank. Baton: Second National Bank. Oswego, N. Y.I ....: library for'a few hours It wa granted.The and a along nicely again.A and that. such a discharge at this time,
seta at
Ir and.nF mercantile agency.W. expert telegrapher the keys Seville.
door were closed and great secrecy u station agent at Astor and takes tho company. of five arrived last week when their claim had not been satisfied ,!

,. prevailed. Light feet skipped upstairs ticks He looks to the east In Volnsia. from Ottawa.. Ill., and will spend the wonld work an irreparable injury
8 and down peals. of laughter iliaa Alma. Prevail spent last week in
merry : Lodge, No 77. F. & A. M., .at Barber-. winter with Miss Hall. to them-Times-Union, Jan. 8.
came from the library, and now and vllle. DeLand with relatives.Merchant The men are still busy shipping I
then bird voices. onld be heard singing; J. C. Robinson paid. Defraud -
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Dr. C. W. Homes, an optician of oranges from here. It will take some
"Love me and the world is mine." It fidalla, Ga.. and most excellent family .a visit Monday of this week. time yet to get them all shipped.Mr. J. M. Fawcett, M.D.

,: S. SWEET & SON Inc wa evident, there.>wji* a surprise in Mrs. Victoria Stringer, of Tampa. Is '
have become tired of Georgia. life and .and Mrs. E. H. Shoemaker spent
for Mrs. As of EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAT
store Carpenter. some
Mr. J. M. Arnold.
her father
dedided to move to the land of perpetual visiting the holidays with friends here and vt
89 TO 9S'CANAL.ST.. her were going to Miami on the
PROVIDENCE, R. I. guest sunshine, and are now snugly Mr. .and Mrs. J. E. Cade entertained DeLand, returning to Daytona Wednes (Exclusively)
train. Fridey( (Christmas day), Mrs
noon lonsed (in that. handsome little Killarney their mother, Mrs Cade, of Pierson, Telephone 177.
19O0 -is t\EEJR..E: : Carpenter served herXhrUtm dinner village of Barberville.. day.Mr. Hours: 10 to 12, except Sunday.
Year's."Ve
New ,
Thursday Covers laid for twelve J. B. Conrad and Mr. Clark:, ofChoboetan
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR and seven-oonrse dinner were served. The Tom P. McBride. J. J. Ranlerson. were visited Tuesday. of this week N. Y., and Mr. J. M. Con 317 Minnesota Avenue
a Bristol Place
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MM** and we wish to say to the color scheme was red and tbe Will Waters and the Powell brothers, with a regular lightwood knot mover, rad visited Miami and other places '
green H. B. and W. R., have been added and hell DeLand Pia.eatablI.hed .
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FLORIDA FRUIT-GROWERS able decorations holly and red ro_. with considerable week: Mr. Clark started home this

that wlauLog out the old year we wish, out unsound orange and low Some of the cake was sent from Ken booze turned glasses their pocker upside-month down,,and comn took-nail a Mr. J. V. Wilxy returned Sunday last -------. ._ n___ u____________.. _

price*., .And In wishing in the new year we wish in sound orange and satIffaotorj tacky, a* a gift to Mr Carpenter.. Dor- seat. on our temperance band from: a fortnight' visiting of friends 30 v....
w..pou.Tbat ;
prioe. lug the dinner hoar there was plentyof and relatives. In Bailey, Ga..
I la right, model faultless.
you
unwavering
Let as call to your mind the fact that Providence Is the oepter of the good cheer and lot of merriment.At Mr. .and Mrs M. O. Arnold returnedlast
most thickly populated section of the United State Providence stands at Mulligan: guards be men
about eight o'olock the folding door week alter upending the holiday' Ship to Hartford Conn.A
the top In such lines of manufacturing as machinery and tools, cotton and :don't stagger around with those des. .
woolen Roods, jewelry, etc. This market ha* over 000,000 people to supply' between> reception hall and purlers and plead cast-out worthies gntta-percba. with relatives. in 11111 woud. Go.Mesirt. .

Business is-4>ooming.v Everybody is working which means all can and will library were thrown open, the light need thing a.ma.jlgs that. stand on the G. M. and H. Prevail. spent Good New England Market
have frnifc at/good price., Be sure and start the new year right by shipping turned on, and Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter Wednesday and Thursday: last la Jacksou .
lowest of the human ladder that.
runIC
fruit to the
your beat market,which is
beheld in the centre of the library a villa with their sister, Mrs. J. M,
WM. B, SWEET k SON, lovely Christmas tree beautifully decorated patronize the nesting places of de- MARKS BROTHERS;
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__ PRoVIDENCE, R. I. wnohery, robbery murder, brawls vulgarity Frazer. a
and around the base
the. gifts
Write n*quick to mall you stencil. : and Indecency and rushes the Mr. J. M. Hires returned home latter. Church Street
Mr 37-39
were arranged Carpenter then
foul nicotine poison tongnne like the part ot laat week; from-spending the

,'- --- -. ---- added her presents, and Mr. Charles ilaton-rod of baae drum hung to the holidays, at 0dum. G...., with his mother. WANT .
Chandler to distribute
was requested
neck of a Klckapoo Indian In a negro and brother. I.
DAILY ACCOUNT SALES the present Some of the gift were
regiment going/ backwards in a parade of the A. CLine
The crew
carpenter Oranges
Grapefruit Pineapples:
handsome and costly. One of the pral- ,
with the evIL m..utb itch motion of .a has struck camp hare, and the way they ,
iteM beautiful doll dressed In
woe a ,
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,R. S. HAMMOND FRUIT CO. 'Loa> and silk to be lent to little 1'4188 haif-breed the, fish worm donkey skin.8qnawsheddlnR are buttling .at the depot, business seems 'ALSO ,VEGETABLES IN SEASON '
twentieth-spot to be in earnest now for ao extension ou
Evelyn Chandler at Webster, Fla. It
Capital Stock 30000. Full Paid. wa the gift of Mrs V. D Chandler They pleasantly played and watched the depot. We can handle carloads to advantage.. 'Low rates via Clyde Line.

and the,prettbest doll In Kentucky. the old year out and the new one In. and Mrs. J. M. Deen left a few days ago Reference: Bradstreet' D u'e Agency, or

The Christmas tree'surprise originatedwith at t tbe lame time celebrated the most for a visit with her sons, J. E. and E. First National. Bank: ,of Hartford, Conn.
'GBAP
--CHANGES; FRUIT. ,TANGERINES'. PINEAPPLES Mr.. Willhnrat Chandler. who delightful New Year' visit of Miss Belle W., at BunnelL From there she goesto

T ironghtthe tree decoration with her, Miokler of Jacksonville. The nice party New Smyrna to visit her daughter '

EXCLUSIVELY: : i aDd ... was I carried oat to perfection. was held at tbe handsome home of Capt. MoN Henry Andrew. 1e4tNIIBt1RtiRtM iMtelMlMeltsa-.BOMt18aaipi..a.-

>' .- 'e. 1 lie treeiwa* .trimmed by Mr*. J. F. Henry CL Price at Pricevllle Thursday Prof.. P. I* Jenkins and Mrs. L A.

Clark >After the ,distribution: of the night. About thirty guests, young. Bennett returned Saturday and Sunday K8TABLl.HgD 1BS

Gamnrission Merchants prM8nw there were dainty refreshments Nisi and gentlemen, enjoyed the ho-. last from (spending the holiday with 44 Tom Exparlenca
titality.Tne. and music were la; Sailing Florida. Oranges
., epee L and the-evenlng pawed with In. song home ful. la Naraaga. and DeLand ,
: 0 K., with not' .a hitch.or.. awkward ..
trnmental''
119: Warren St. Ncw.YbrkWrite cakewalk* and moia'.IUU.ongfl,Tec recltationx,. Uhrlat.ma ,. move to mar the merriment from startto Accompanied drs.. Bennett'her daughter her for'a Miss week Irene vlaitng ,Q'E'R.RI'' I.S-H B OTHEJ: $; ; :,

EVil at.New Forest .wilL long be finish. The beaming, mailing conn- '
d... New York Office or onr.ItepresenUtive remembered by aU present a*a delightful eoanoe*,. proved that all had enjoyed with relative : Co innigrcial 1 St:i I'Boston; ,Mass.wyw: t..t } I}.
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one, henuelve to the full. The The notice In The)Record of last week r
Jollification
'Or A.'Hammond: DeLand Florida.' '.' -. I Irector .were the Price, *}atera, Miami containing an account of the mnrdevjof' I S. ,((19J : M J .QH'Axti'S; ; f

The walking olnb.ua. ha began U, Ethel: and May.vUl4i.Marr Cad. and Bill Davis will not correct.) Indication 12lSJSi NatLogal League! Uommip.sou' rd1&Ata: eV': .,s,; ;e ,.

tlilo Pi9.ei 1 I MIle Belle,MlokUr. They are all re- were thai h. wa,murdered hit body Itemt4\k NatUnal bank Boetonf 'mnd-Th 8ecov V j

,?o it, /Right 'Jlownlscril)6) ) \ for T The Record!l londar n'.r. afternoon.p..tbe. Whit,Clab.veyy; markably women. (pretty and lovable.. young depot put on. sad'Jude'. the-railroad' J.,.'Lee'north'' "MoOrory..nd'from,!ot ,. 'Wlllle/ ". ,19M...,. ,..,BlloxCs" 1'1">!& .. "' ''u.'r'0 '_''"",* I r'

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VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD TUB FLORIDA ORANGE PARA- DELAND WINS OUT. NEW BOARD SWORN 'IN. FURTHER LOCAL NEWS.

MOUNT.Notwithstanding. .
R. C. Bushnell
the Florida Com. G. W. Fisher, of DeLand District Bee the line or names ac J. Cranor'snew ). .. ErIckson

&:tend In the PotoBoa at DeLand, Fla., orange was late maturing this Next Slate. Teachers'.. -Convention- Chosen Chairman. harness store tf A. ERICKSON & CO.

.. second lau ma ter. account of the fall rains .
year on Comes Here. The old board of county commission The Wild West show a very poor

and winter much of the palled ...........-----
open aggregation of cheap attraction .wi-
D. B. PRE'Aft Edit** Proprietor. Prof. A, L. L. Sahrie Prof. Theodore ers held their last meeting this week.: ---- "
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early shipments too green; to D. Gulp, Snpt. A. O. Bolts and the en- The new members were sworn In Tuesday up and left DeLand Monday, after a

_. I market, it has held its own and tire delegation of Volnsla county teachers week here It will probably rand< on We Wish to CallYour
The tourist trains morning after the retiring board the road. It baa about a dozen old
magnificent who attended the
is still the queen of the market, annual, session of had finished the business before tbem.
ire the Florida State nags, four Indians, laid to be, a merrj-
Educational
now" into Florida. These Association LIne of
ousting those from California, There are new members on tbe board and two nulda aide attractions Attention to Our
at Gainesville last week fro-ronni, one or
trains are the finest the roads Jamaica and Porto Rico throughout on Friday with'tbe returned I from all the districts except: : the south. that caught> few of the De-
have heretofore operated. evening smile that I: The personnel of tbe new board wee Richmond PianosNow
the season. Speaking of the won't coma off. They bad made a Land people. Star and
i given in the Record In s recent l Issue.
Florida orange that well known determined effort to win the State Association

county,which has 'and appears also In the following mlnntea Mbs Minnie HI. Neal, president of the
I in
authority, the New York Fruit- for DeLand for next year-ant Dr. G. W. Fisher, of the DeLan State Woman's Chriatain Temperance on display
in the column for a they came oft victorious West Palm
been dry
man, says: !district was elected chairman of the Union spent part of last week at De- Our WareroomsThey

number of years!!, remains there. The Florida orange, since the Beach extended an earnest and very; new board. Land with friends and attended the
cordial Invitation to the association, aud
At the recent election called up- opening of the season last month, Mr. Goy Metcalf the efficient superlntendent I The following business was transacted twentv-flfth anniversary of the DeLan represent true value for your money.

on petition of the saloon element has dominated the situation sc of the school board from down by tbe retiring board at the session held Union at the Christian church Friday. EASY payments i if desired.

the vote 5 to 1 againstthe far as this and contiguous mar- there this week: night. Mtua Neal now baa a fine photographic We sell them on :
was was present in person with badges .__ _
kets are concerned. There has and I District No. Repairs on Oeteen- gallery at Jacksonville, which "' o --
saloon. banners and with a number 01
been an enormous distribution of very attractive pictures of the beantitn East Coast ferry. Orange City-DeLan. tarns oat up-to- ..te work in all 3'a: MACHINES

the fruit, and even now the volume O.t8t>n-L..ke. Helen roads. linea of photography. NEW
city on tbe southeast
coast among
The late Qov. Broward will, it, of the offerings is cutting no others a framed picture four feet I Diet, No. 2-Repairs on DeLandOrange -
inconsiderable figure in the local City road straw on Qlenwooc Mr. J. P. Mace was a Lake Helevlatlor World's Best.
pine
is said be in charge of the drain of the handsome. and oommodl The
orange situation.The square road Minnesota. avenue and Barest ord at DeLand Tuesday. Mr. Mace __._... .______m.__..

ing tendent of the for Everglades the company as superin-which least, has fruit forced, for a the smaller time mar-, at one West which new Palm has(75.000 recently Beach.high West been school Palm erected building Beach)10 DeLand Dist No.8-Repair.J'ut'n road. on DeLandClifton has nd hat tv elve considerable cara of oranges more to in market.market EDISON;; u{{ -PHONOGRAPHS- L} VICTORLargest '


has contracted to undertake the keting for the California and has attl'aotlonll-eduolltlonal road. His crop was ten or twelve thonsanc

immense work. His family return i'orto Rico stock, and made unprofitable well' many as others-to offer the association. ae, Dint No. Progress on Seabreeze boxes. While he track the December _._ .__._ _. __ .._______. __.-- ___
Ormond road. slump with several care in the marke.
the here of other
to Jacksonville to reside. entry but DeLand was able to marshal a little Stock of
varieties of oranges except Dist No. Repairs on Oak. HlllTtnsvllle he has upon the whole received satisfactory .
more strength and now that tbe friendly
road. prices so far and looks for better -
where the stock offered from
contest is over Mr. Metcalf at a memo
Mr. John G. Collins, late editor other sections is of fancy quality. her |of the executive committee can. Notary public bonds of A. T. Pattlll returns from now on. HARNESSIn

and publisher of the Tallahassee There has been an immense and no doubt will help to make the and Grant Bly were approved. the County.
bond of J W. Mlnahew Mr. Frank Adams. who has been
Approved
True Democrat, is an applicant amount of stock shipped out o f program a very strong one, and surely
(constable for Dist. No 5)), and military spending the Xmas holidays with p..r..
for the position of convict Florida, and there is a very con- the generous people ot this city will
cute and home folk between Chiple
bond of F, O. Milton
siderable stock yet to be shipped give the teachers the most cordial. reception -
inspector, to be appointed out. Florida have invaded R. Singleton and Z. Bolton relieved and Qraceville. will spend several day -- -.---.----. ----
have received
oranges they ever ---
by Gov.Gilchrist, and the state every market east of the where In Florida. We have. adequate any- from revolver bond of R., L. Button and in this city before returning on nezTuesday xxxxxxxx

press (almost unanimously) isis Mississippi River, and except in facilities for taking care of 1,000 visitor license revoked. I to Stetson University at De-
Revolver bund aud licenses of T. B. Land, where be expects to complete
Mr. Collins' limited the California .
advocating appointment quantities during the holiday week and we hope
Carllle. and F. T. Byrd revoked his law coarse about May 1st. Fran WEBSTERLake
and it is very proba- product is not selling freely any they will come. Profs. Botts. Subtle Communication Chrlsttaooy read la a bright young man and a bare HOTEL
where. and Gulp, who deserve so mach credit
ble that he will secure the plum. and filed for reference.Communication student. We wish for him the suc-

There is an interesting; sItua- for securing tbe association, will withcharaoterietie of F. W. Pope referred ce.. he well deserves.-Times.Courle. Helen, Fla.

tion iu prospect of the efforts to energy throughout the to attorneys for answer. Marianna
Claude L'Engle's printing year to mk tbe meeting here. great
be made in marketing the Florida Pension claim. of Mrs. Elizabeth
and M. I I. JEFFERYS Managers
JOHN A.
plant at Tallahassee is in tan success In every wav. President Halley ,
a and California oranges, aud it is Br.d haw approved. Mr. Daniel F. Carlton, of Wauchnla,

gle. A few weeks ago the court t, one, that will be watched with a knows just bow to make the attraction K L. Smith was granted a lequisltlo a Stetson student a few years ago has .....n.nnn.n.......n____n.. ...... _.__. _______ ___.. n_.
appointed receiver to take good deal of interest by the dealers at the University belptol and inspiring for 1,000 envelopes and paper to match. been appointed private secretary to

here and in other markets to the teacher, acid, the peuple of the The road heretofore advertised to connect Congressman Spark men, of the firs Well Arranged, Roomy, Clean, Sunny,
of the business
charge upon petition city will vie with one another to make
So far this season we have had old New Smyrna road and Tnrnbul district Mr. Carlton la a bright au Heated with Hot Water System, Plentyof
of a bank at that place. this meeting one long to bo remem
about 10,381 boxes of California from old
exemplary young man an
road was declared a public road, no objection
Good Bathrooms. Good Service.
Now a master has been put in oranges, compared with a total bered. having been filed thereto family in south Florida, and succeed )C

charge of the type, linotypes, of 49,791 boxes of California oranges The association elected .a strong corps Approved and authorized clerk to la. Mr. Geo. Wilder of Plant. City also .a State Your Wants. We Aim to Please.

stock office fixtures etc. in the same period las of officials. Prof F. A. Hathaway. of sue warrants. for Criminal. Court cost Stetson student back in the 'OOs and
presses, ,
Orlando, a young man of nnnsuitl, RATES $9 to $12 Per Week
The of Florida energy ,
arrivals for of Congressman
year. bills for $310,98.Treasurer's a number years secretory t<> .
and Claude is in charge of the and
.
apendld executive ability will
oranges so far in round number for December Sparkman. Stetson student TELEPHONE
report examined
books accounts, and contract to have been in excess.of 205,000 preside and approved and paid warrants are in demand. Fred Fee county jade

do the state printing. He has no boxes, all told. The chairman of the executive com destroyed. of St. Lncie county; John C. Oraml-
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plant to do the work and the These quantities make\ up a St.mlttee Petersburg la Dr. Edward Normal Conrade of the Statement from report: ling, county judge: of Dade and George
and Indnstrla
master has no contract to do the : considerable total when it is realized C Bolles municipal judge: of Miami,
and High School who, it will be remembered Bal. Oen Fund--------$91962
state printing.The that close to 60,000 boxesof made a very strong Imprea ROIl .... 349 08 are all graduates of the law department I
Porto Ricoa have come forward Fine& For?. Fund BS03 Sfl of Stetson.
eton on our people by his excellent nc -

dress at Commencement last The old board then adjourned sine die J. F. ALLEN & CO.
death rate from the earth year. The late Sheriff Turner, who retired
and the new members organized and
Prof. Theodore D
has
It is hoped that Gov. Gilchris Cnlp been from office last Tuesday, will for the
quake at Messina and iu the made a member of the executive committee unanimously elected Dr G. W. Flablrcbalrm..n

southern portion of Italy will exceed will see some way to recommend : tor the ensuing term who a]'- present. make his headquarters at De- Leading Furniture House of Volusia County
Land He will first give some of his
in his I commit-I
200,000. In the destructionof message\ to the legislatureA pointed the following standing ,
time to his orange grove over at Port
o C '
tees
the :
that will reduce
human life and property, this measure Orange. He will develop that first
Finance-3 B. Owens, chairman i J.
earthquake hasn't a parallel in heavy state taxation. Tho state Prohibition Laws Effective in South G. Cade, W. D. Bradshaw. ; He had quite a little crop from it the "DROP IN"

tax is simply outrageously high. present aeaeon. We have often wondered -
history. The death rate is appalling Atlanta Jan. 1.-State.wide/ prohibition Building and Poorbonse-R. D.

and the suffering among That pension law enacted at the laws went into effect today In Brooke, chairman; J. O. Cede, G. W why there is snub a scramble for and Newest
the office of sheriff, a dangerous positionto see our .
those not killed in that districtis last legislature should be re three southern states-North Carolina, Fisher. .
hold at all times. The risk of life IB
pealed. We believe that Mississippi and Alabama. Georgia. lethe i County treasurer wee authorized to
every;
beyond description. The too great for the money that is in It. Styles in Parlor and
only other state wherein statutory. transfer from fine and forfeiture fund .
Confederate soldier shouldbe
needy Sheriff Turner baa held the office
countries of the some
world are hurry- prohibition ...exists the law having been to road and bridge fund the sum ot

ing relief ships there for the taken care of by the state, la operation one year.A (2,000, which amount shall. be apportioned twelve or fifteen years and retires a Dining Room fur- I

starving and unfortunate people. but under the present law a poor new law which seeks to regulate by the clerk to the five commlasloners comparatively poor man. While hole

The congress of the United States widow is taxed to furnish a pen- the liquor truffles In Louisiana, became share and share alike log this killed.office Deputy three Will of Knmer his deputieswere while niture.

last rushed sion to a person who could buy effective today and although the Selected 500 qualified electors to serve
Monday an appropri- attempting to arrest three desperadoes
her out ten times. We that law is not so sweeping in It. term. as as jurors for tbe coming year and dealg-
ation through both house and say a.tate.wldelaw.prohibitionists content nated them as official list. over Bt Orange City; his jailer and
this is unjust and the law should deputy Pap Edwards by Dear
a
senate of for immediateuse negro
$500,000 that if it la Sheriff Instructed
strictly enforced it will was tn purchase a Phone No.6:
be amended to tax the DeLaud ,Junction and Chas. M. Kurtc, J. F. ALLEN & CO.DeLand, Fla.
so as people -
in the afflicted district. The drive the saloons ont of the remaining 12x14 tent for nee of county convict

president, with the assurance for a pension fund for only; aaloon strongholds. Having won their! guards, and repair jail fence and move who pistol was accidentally shot by his own
while after a negro Bend over oa
the needy. state-wide fights in four states, the antltloon I such trees from courthouse yard as he
that congress would act, had al the coast; and be himself being Dearly
forces have greatly enlarged tbesoatb' finds necessary.County .
ready dispatched a ship with relief shot to death accidentally one nigh
dry and prisoners ordered transfers
Hon James E. Alexander of area they are now
over at Lake Helen.
supplies.It DeLand lining up for, arly campaigns In several to work on UeLand-Daytona road null: JOHN B. WELCH
was in town Sundayand
other states where prohibition bas. assumed further orders. ,

Monday, shaking hands with the magnitude of.. political Approved miscellaneous bills against Woman's---Club. ORANGE CITY FLA

i is now Gov. Albert W. Gil- friends. It is generally conceded issue. county and drew warrants in payment The music department. of the Woman ..h.h. .. hn.,

christ. He was inducted into that Mr. Alexander will be In those states now listed as 'wet' of SB me. Club will meet with Mrs. Rosa on Friday FANCY

office at noon at Tallahassee last the next speaker of the House of: the anti-ealoonforces. by persistent workat Board adjourned to next regular. Jan. b. at o'clock. AND STAPLE GROCERIES

with tbe polls have restricted the sale of meeting The regular meeting of the civic department TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Tuesday imposing ceremonies Representatives. There is not a
liquor to a small territory mainly In will be held in the club room, -DRV: U0005, SHOES HATS, ETC., ETC.

in the presence of thous- man in the lower house who will the larger cities, and in these it is expected ou Saturday, Jan. 9, at 8.15. '-''''_...--...-..._---....-. -

ands going; from different make a better presiding officer Mrs. J. H. Causey entertained Tuesday Best and Freshest
many a vigorous attack wil be made. The literary department will meet Canned Goods constantly on hand and all fin

parts of the state to the Capital than Mr. Alexander, and we sincerely The prohibitionists contend they will afternoon at her pretty home, oq with Mrs. Farrah. on Tuesday Jan. 12. class Groceries for your table.

City to attend the inauguration hope that he and Volusia be able to pass a state-wide bill before''Sixth avenue in honor of Mr. Causey' at o'clock.:. "John Hay" will be the Country Produce Bought..._A.First-class: : Meat Market In Connection
the Tennessee legislature which meets sister, Mrs. Shave. The house was subject of study. _
of Florida's new governor. The county will be honored by his Orders[
receive careful
this month. In other states notably I tastefully decorated In red and green -S.C attention and delivery prompt. You will find price
my
state militia, too, participated' in election.] -New Smyrna Breeze. Texas and Arkansas, the voters probably ;The hostess met the guests and condncte Flrel Flrel as low aa the lowest Give me a call

the ceremonies. It is confidently ._C e.--- will be called upon this summer to The National. See T. E.. Arnold
expected that Gov. Gilchrist will decide a constitutional amendment for where fruit punch waa served. Th Agfa

make one of the best governors I Christmas Dinner at Putnam Inn. prohibition. feature of the entertainment wee that -- -

An air of welcome always pervadesthis In South Carolina where one.half of popular 'game of dominoes, "forty- Weatherology. POC
Florida has ever had. His whole 1
I bospitable hostelry but more soon the forty-two counties. are dry, county two" Tbe tally cards were decorated .
Th waatlur oondltlan for the week .ndl...
life promises such. It will. be a, Christina, day. when the spacious dispensaries being operated In the other with hand-painted holly designs. After Jan 4.and Dec.mher.vmmaryn

business and progressive adminIstration parlors, office and dining'room were half, the Anti-Saloon League Is planning I he game, refreshments were served IVES

and an' administrationfor tastefully decorated, with holly mlatle a systematic fight to secure the passageat consisting of chicken salad sandwiches. ii tt1

the best interests o!. all the toe polnoettlae, camel japonlcas, mag- the approacbsng session of the legislature cheese straws candied fruits and coffee d o.1 ; AND

nolla boughs and cedars. which meets early this month Mrs D. B. Shaver. having made the J 14 !

people, or this will be the greateffort The tables. In the Inviting dining. of a state-wide prohibition law. highest score, was the rec'plent of tbe '
20-10 n
Cloudy E.
of the new governor; 'as room were .artistically decorated with The South Carolina. counties in which first prize.-Wanchnla Advocate H>-6 T7 Cloudy. 8. RAZORS

promised iu his campaign for the holly and white shoes, each shoe boldIng dispensaries are not at present operated It 81-611-S4 71 10 Cloudy SB.N. -

position. All the people should a spray,of green. At first glance voted dry under local option elections a--8 70 71"Clan[ N.B E.

wish him God-speed in the chie: yon entertained the impression that held during the local option held during GRAFT IN RUSSIA. 4-67 77 Cloudy. 8. B.AT. .

executive he 'has Santa Clans was expected. Bat when the past three or four years.With .W.1 72.Sim 11 When an ordinary
to
promised yon realised you were minus a napkin, Removing the Difficultly In an Army
one exception, Marlboro razor
county, Men tampcratur* DM.1908,max.4t.5 mln shaves an
make us. He should have the the thought flashed upon your mlod.th..1 which enjoyed prohibition even before Officer' Transfer.A .52.6,hlghcat.lv'7l: lownt, 81, man.62.:; Rain Et beardthe

cordial and constant 'support of some one skillful with an iron hat the advent in ;young Russian officer wished to batransferred fall m. Incharn, Clear dwra.. 22, partially el... extraordinary
that state of the famoaadispensary days,9 wholly cloudy.:2 Fro t 14th and I17tb.BRRLO" razor suffers and '
to another regiment and Rainfall, Jan. 6th. : Ineha so
fastened into *
napkin shoe.
the your a
people of Florida and with q.tenr.Election does
took his request tn ,ceraon to one of R. WRIOHT. the face. It I's poor
this given, Florida will continue 'But the white shoes were soon lost the lights of tbe Russian general Btaff. Coop.r.tiv.OUanrar U. a Waatbar BureaulOST. : economy to buy ordinary \
sight of when after ,
,course 01 o
course :
indeed have f That powerful officer book his head -- --- --- onvouched-for .
'Ito prosper; an era of delicious viands were set before yon. Officers. and declared the matter very difficult tools or cutlery.'

prosperity) that win never hers I St. John's Royal Arch to arraoglm08t
Chap- Impassible. Then
A hound dog with black back i ton
before. A business' governor, a Next ter, Masonic, held their annual ill It la ne* tell suddenly upon tbe shoes lead. and ,
legs. A liberal 7r66NKUtYER
Sunday's Vespers. reward will
election of tbe lieutenant To toe ,
governor; who will work and act of officers Wednesday nninzemenl be paid. for his

,for all interest* of the state alike, The first Vesper service of the new evening, resulting in the electionof of his, visitor_ the senior officer said to hU whereabouts.return W.or'information B. as' ,
year will be held Sunday afternoon at J. R. Wetherel bat the lieutenant's slices warn uot Burgess Tools
high priest and
is what.Florida ha needed for ; Cutlery .
; luurly good for ,
r 4 o'clock: in the university auditorium. : Dr. 8. A. Munson king M. M enough an officer and --= .
-
:;
time' Tber has 'been bat ba would strongly advise hlw to --- are made of the
some too FUR finest
All visitors Bond steel
to DeLand including the scribe ; S. A. Wood, treas- SALE and perfectly tempered
tiny new shoes of a shoemaker whose
wmuch' factionalism 'and personal tourist sstoppino;at the Putnam College urer, and Silas B. Wright guaranteed If a Keen Kutter Razsr puns
; sec e- address be gave. Theo, telling his vl.- Fine Orange and I'each and its edge turns
' Arms and at all the growing on a strong beard' ,
In' houses The /
feeling he-administration of boarding of tary. past master and Itor to return In eight days he dlanl"fd -. land Seville "**
your
'I near Florida back.
..',thcf':,tate'. affairs, too ,long ',for DeLand are especially invited to worship most excellent master's degreeswere \ hliji. The litter vni clover well timbered, with long lea; Kutter Pocket money Knife If a Keen
with the citizens in the auditoriumthat conferred in ouoiigh to Realize he : proves to be
full that could
form. The not return '
, the good; of the state. It it belie >pines bordering fresh too soft,or too brittle
on water ,or too hard '
hour The President of without the or .i
the university Right Excellent Grand King of new shoes, so be IrarHod ,
;l fed that this Iwill be entirely will deliver the-ftddress. It will the Grand Chapter of Florida; T. to tha.' shoemaker. On hearing lake : muck bed. for vegetables; ; unsatisfactory in any way

, \\.1i nin.ted'dQrl & ,the. {jilcbrist"administration. be on II timely subject ,The people of Picton Warlow. of Orlando paid wbo had sent him the shoemaker said excellent winter climate ; fine for get your We seU money back.
l! that tile, Uentanant' could have tbe ulmonary diseases. Address them,
DeLand who have found these the ,
Atn all.,events services chapter an official visit and
/
.boea In five daya tor .tbe sum of |25i: Orange Grove 408 West Build-
Jg' the :newgovernor ,w'lWhaveno; helpful in the pus will b* welcomed was received with grand honors. Inch astonished the. lug WATTS & DeL : -
and ollcer ;went Jo a !:, Jacksonville, Florida. MILLER CO. "dFa
warmly are(jlnvited to There
bring
their full
'ipeN'np, : grafters;:politic dead. was a attendance, anda comrade for advice.; Be'was told to
of, 'Mends and the; members of'lhell' fainlies number of visiting companions pay half of this sum ---
bfcarU 'bi ---
hanging onto adralnisijirtiori'nt -
-
*, The very beat of' music.will be from Orange City and Lake. Helen est when! his shoes were finished. ---

the'eipohee of the taz- hearcf.'ProfeMOrs Mores 'and Phillips came over for the meeting. The This 'the officer'did and,'wearing his CAMPBELL & KNOX PECAN TREES D R: S.. R. 0VOSTEOPATH

.
,-?,Jsftew/f': ';No J personal /motives bars developed together PMt! of oo-op- meeting was very much,enjoyed new ''bootllj,M duly apt Ms appoint. Contractors for Now U the time to,plant
. : 1 ** eratlon presenting take,, of by all. The mnt'wltb1t11e general staff officer and Pedro Trors. '
people Royal Arch
.r -l cjootfot him in his policies<< or degree; iso Brick Work Beet varieties
:1'' .hnirati ne'Vill "mak to the city and.tha friends who are ban for be conferred at an early, day, learned totbl; Joy: tbat all the "grave Cement tSMITal&&, I ,Baa the nut of at wafted Fisher's trees for sale. amlMt. .....81.,&" KCIIOOI, or ONTKOFATHl

.. : winter, the very beat .and most upliftIng and will be followed by dlmi.1IltI-t In the way of hl.l) transfer Curbing Etc. Contract Drill Store. 5 KlrkfTlllo,Ma.ft ..
= a spread
'" .; .I'l.';-r; )tt'I' I II saortd mule., .t one 6f the hotels. h.' hs "i.tocceasfully removed. Lowest prices consistent with flr t. Hickory Trees foil) grafting, these- ." nuts to, ( New Tort Ave O,,OIM coiir.ors
I If (:'cl" ( 4.ae--pna class: work P. O. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., to 8
Box
103. .3
.
p.
of.Jt.Ji -U .,..._ ,.._._,. W. H. HASKELL .
'- Deund fli. '
m.
.;." or by appointment 'eL 200,
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.. ___.____u___ __ .., ,- -' ,-'-'" j".
WrwA "
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BtAB4t1 _____ __ ____ _;MtPBtItaAR
**** >* >+ *+ I ". :
$ ; ; '
ESTABLISHED 1876. THE PRISON BIRD. I THE, PARACHUTE! .; ?

A BASEBALUMDER
I'ln Io-I 7yrannlo.and Jealous. Feathered. 1 Leonardo da Vlnol Was the, Pleat ''On,* >,

,THOSe NOONEY & SONS Beauty of Africa. I 't* Suggest It. .

;' The peculiarity of the prison bird, a Credible accounts exist of an English.

feathered beauty of Africa, to that he "Old'HOBS" Radbourne, Greatest Benedictine >moat, Oliver of> Malm-

I Jacksonville, Fla. The TheEye 1* the moat tyrannical and jealousof of All Pitchers. bury. In the eleventh century having

9 husband, Imprisoning his mat i I tried to fly by precipitating himself

throughout her nesting time. Living from the height of a tower with the

COMMISSION MERCHANTS I stone watched the bird' habit l whileIn assistance of 'Tings\ ,,attached to ,btu
World THE HERCULES OF THE GAME
L44. Monpour, and In his subsequent observations arms and his feet. It Is wild that, ba,..

referred to the nest a. a | gone along a little way he fell and

I FANCY ..-.-.-.- .-.- -.-.-..-.. ..,. .. .... ..r.. .... ..... ... I prison and the female bird a* a slave His Marvelou Feat of Pluok Strengthand //10. his .lag*. Be attributed his accident -
PP. The neat 1* built In the hollow of a to failure to provide his apparatus -
tree through an opening In the bark. Endurance That Won the Pen with a tall, which would have helped .
BRUITS AND PRODUCE POPULARITY In Fammany chief gallantly assisted the As soon .. It to completed the mother nant For Providence In 1884-A Record preserve his equilibrium and made
to from tbe The
and girl alight car.
policeman In Games Won.
bird enters carefully and fearfully and flue descent gentler one.
naval service on duty at the crossing, seeing
tbe
1. settle down In It. Then papa walls up In tbe sixteenth century Leonardo dsVinci ,
OUR SPECIALTY Pitchers
, augurs well for Mr. Croker lift his bat and take may come and pitchers may
the opening leaving only just space first demonstrated that a bird
the new secretaryof leave of the girl, Immediately hastened SO, but the name of "Old IIoss" Bad-
enough for air food the ah sustain
and to pass which la heavier than ,
i The to pilot her across the street bourne forever. have'
the on I talkedto
navy. coca
through. He keeps faithful guard and Itself, advances la tbe air "by' renderIng
Rubber and Stencils' .
I Stamp: on applicatinn.S6MtgtYlsgeiFB'lFFRdpi6JipYtp4rAnvylar elevation of TrumanH. "You're friend of Mr. Croker's be
many great ball players who have
': A3 brings food at regular Intervals without the fluid denser where It passes
... dhFddbttB__> ..dtSt69vaa14t4'tEstablished Newberry, now asked. full. Tbe; female thrives under her lamented to me the fact that baseball than where it doe not pass." In orderto -

assistant secretary "Ob, yes, replied tbe girl laughing enforced retirement. But If the prison fame Is BO ephemeral that It was not fly It bas to fix its point of support
------ -- ------ ----- to think abe bad
--- -- -- never seen him until
the at
to post pres-p_ bird Is killed or In any other way prevented worth the gaining and. while no doubt on the air. Its wings In the descending
within half an hour. After that the
VIcTBVKAM
ent occupied by -
from fulfilling his duties the this la In a great measure true,. there stroke exert a pressure from above
1876r Metcalf be- policeman was always on tbe lookoutfor
d a. NBW- tor H. mother and her little ones must die of la one pitcher who baa left down the reaction of which from be-
nanny come effective Dec. the girl and ready to carry her a name
starvation for she cannot free herself low up forces the center of gravity ofits
1. Mr. Metcalf resignation Is due to across the muddy street or performany that promises to roll on for many,
from to,
Instant
bondage. I body to ascend at each
COMPANY 111 health. Mr. Newberry bas seen deed of valor or service that tbe many years.
P. RUHLMAN &
Normally the Imprisonment lasts until the height at which the bird wishes to
of the pretty friend of Mr. Croker might ask.
much service ai acting secretary the chicks are old enough to fly. Each year hundreds of pitchers claim maintain tt. Some sketches which bar

261 Street navy and so will not be unfamiliar Then the male bird destroys the barrier attention of the world and eacb year come down to n> prove that Leonardo
r, J 1)3) Murray Street Washington with his new duties. He was born at National Interest Is centered on the with his beak and liberates his they are promptly forgotten. But Illinois I occupied himself, like Oliver of Halmea-,

Detroit hi 1864. His father, John S.NewbelT United States senatorial situation In family. "It Is charming" writes Livingstone produced who with the to fly'
New YORK CITY a man although bury, giving man power
)', helped to develop Michigan New York. President ItooaeiPlt. Secretary "to see the joy with which now has the assistance of wings suitably
years deceased a brighter by '
................ In the early days and was associatedIn of State Ellhu Root AmlmsnaFIIANK -
the little prisoners greet the light and name than any of the great multitude.In fixed to the body. ,
We make a specialty of handling business with the McMillans. Later the unknown world." the great campaign of 1884 when We owe to Leonardo also the Invention

tbe elder Newberry went to congress, the Providence club, then a member of of the parachute, which be fle-.
and his son got his first taste of Wash -1 tbe scribed In the following terms: "If a
CITRUS FRUITS THE NORMAN "OYEZ. NAtionallesgu., was fighting a bitter
ington official life. 4 A t Rrh game with Philadelphia, a catastrophe man bad a pavilion eacb aide of which
Four years ago Truman H. Newberrywas ? occurred that seemingly would was fifteen braces wide and twelve
A Legacy of William the Conqueror to
PRINCIPALLY
:
'. a candidate for nomination as the Court. disrupt Its chances of winning the pen braces high bo might cast himself from
representative In congress, but Rep- nant. A player named Sweeney who any height whatever without fear otdans.r
Oranges and Grapefruit resentative Edwin Denby made a per- Everybody who has ever been In a of Leo-
v= : 'x x was pitching, wee ordered to go Into It may be sold, too
United ,
States
sonal canvass and defeated him. Then ) courtroom knows that 'I right Held to change places with "Cyclone" nardo da Vinci that he was the Brat touggest
turned In and to when the judge walks out of his chambers
Mr. Newberry helped
:
Miller. At that time It was not the Idea of the screw propeller
We would be to hear from
pleased
I growers. elect Mr. Denby, and President Roose and ascends the bench the court
permissible to take a pitcher out of the
wishing to use the New York Market velt Invited him to become aaabitant crier drones out: '
game Whereupon Sweeney promptly : A SAUCY DUCHESS.Her
.
-- secretary of the navy. "Oyee, oyea. oyez the honorable courtof
--- walked out of the
leaving the
Mrs. Miss Harriet s )'Sa Ore ofr the (whatever district It may be) la game I
__ u_ __ __ .__ __ __ __ __ n_ __. Barnes, Newberry daughter of was General Barnes of now In session. team with only eight men and with Audaelous Fight For day and HI.
V one pitcher Charles Radbourne.
.............................. ................ rW Brooklyn. Miss Carol Newberry was ; Not many persona, however realize "Bggars' Opera."

TOP FR.rOES: FOE YrUR presented to society last winter, and that the crier says "oyez, oyez oyez," with Two the men result tried that to cover Providence the field When the "Beggars Opera" by Gay,

: eW twin boys, Barnes and Phelps, are preparing Instead of "hnrken. barium harkeB"because was was produced In 1728 It took positivelyby

Oranges Grapefruit Tangerines and Early Yegetables for Yale at Lakevllle, Conn. :. of a cbance visit that Williamthe Completely the directors snowed under held A. meetingof storm. The king still clung to Han
to decide
r was
Conqueror made to an English del but the nobility with the Duchess

:w: "when, shipped to I1 WITT. If you are not doing ; There Is great joy In an ancient y- court almost 000 years ago. banded.whether or not tbe club should be dis of Queensberry among them flocked
Certainly a professional team
French house because a little kicking William bad overrun England seized rapturously to the "Newgate panto
:W business with this House, write to them at once. ; was never In a sorrier plight
baby exists who can be called the new the government'' and placed himself at ral." The "Begjrars Opera" had a run
Due de Chaulnes et Plcqulgny When Its bead. Happening to enter a courtroom Radbourne was approAcbed and the of sixty-two nights unprecedented In

W HEWITT 1t CO. I Theodore Perry Shouts, former presi- he beard the crier call the assemblage proposition" put to him. "I can win It those days, and as one result of Ita
dent of the Panama canal commission, u n v dl't s uo, a to order In English. William all rIght said he quietly and In a success Handel became bankrupt. Suddenly

:y: FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS = gave his daughter Theodora In marriage rebuked him and on the spot decreed matter And then of fact followed tone. tbs there came an order from the
8. BLACK that tbe business of all English courts most remark- lord chancellor to stop the new piece.
to the scion of French
y:= 10 E lumden St. Baltimore Md. ; young able battle
for a pennant that the
aristocracy who had so arduously dor Whltelaw Reid ex-Governor Frank should be transacted In Norman Why, Is not exactly known unless It
:y References: This Paper and Thousands at Pleased ShIppers In Florida T ought ber hand the nuptials formed S. Black and Republican State Chair French, his native tongue. Afterward world has ever seen. Radbourne established was because the prime minister considered -

...... ..... ..... ..... J.1...... ...... .... man Timothy L. Woodruff have been the courts went back to English, but to equaled a record that will that live has never been himself to be too falthtfully rep
prominently mentioned In discussions this day "oyes, oyez, oyez," clings to one when more resented therein. However that mayhave
as to who would succeed Senator court customs wherever the English expensive contests will have been !been, the theater bad to be closed,

Thomas C. Platt. language Is spoken aa a reminder of I blissfully forgotten Of twenty-seven whereupon the Duchess of Queensber

The senatorial contest marks the return tbe great Norman who whipped King consecutive games Radbourne won ry took up Gay' cause and vehemently
THE ARTHUR COURTIN COMPANYFruit riiia of ex-Governor Black to political Harold In the battle of Hastings rwenty-slx. la four games with Boston championed It.

activity, from which field be bad retired Scrap Book. he had three shutouts, only one Very busy wan she In those days. ,
tbe demands run was scored and only seventeen In ber coach for
owing to of his extensive driving about asking
Commission Merchants law practice.Affectionately On. of Life's Trsgedlci. : Ma were made. This defeat was Buffered guinea subscriptions for printing cop.

a termed "the young He had expected a tender embrace I at the bands of Buffalo by a ies of the forbidden play. And so heed

85 and 87 Front St Haw York Abraham Lincoln" by his fellow from his sweetheart but her greeting core of 2 to 0, and even then only less was Kitty that she carried ber list
townsmen in Troy when nominatedfor of him was cold. He could not understand live hits were made off him showing to the queen's drawing room Itself and
governor in 1800 Mr. Black In It"Darling that the defeat was' not due to poor had the audacity to ask the king for a
.. .....
------ and has pitching Needless to say Providencewon little too
personality career been fre- he exclaimed in agony subscription. This was a
= asty; quently described as bearing an in- "what Is the matter?" tbe pennant, or, rather. Rad much, and her grace was requested to

Solicits consignments of Pineapples, tom' .w+. 1tr'tI teresting resemblance to tbe martyred But she remained silent her lips bourne won the pennant. withdraw from the court. Kitty announcing
wartime president. lie worked his tightly closed, and motioned him from But the great player had to pay the with characteristic composure -

Grapefruit and Oranges. An experience way from dire poverty to national price. No arm could stand tbe awful that the command was very

'_ prominence as a lawyer by dogged her.He fell upon his knees. strain without great agony. Morning agreeable to ber. an she had never gone

of over twenty-five years guar- I? i perseverance and self denial Asked "My love," he cried, "tell me what I after morning when Radbourne arose there for her own diversion but to be-
.. where be was born Mr. Black once replied have done to offend you? I swear I be could not lift his arm as high as -- ctrlllty upon the king and g een.

antees BEST and QUICKEST returns. "I was born on sixty acres of have done nothing wrong! I confess I his waist. He had to brush his hair
with his left hand. But he did Papua Island.
tones, referring to a worked out kissed the not
Simpson last at
-- girl night
I farm In give up the game. Be would out Papua Island was so named by the
.... ; Maine where dwelt his father the but slip
------ party on my oath I-I thoughtshe
TEn JMMJHJESSB ) 09AULBKe. Jacob Black in the early fifties. By to tbe park about two hours before Malays, and the word means "frizzled."

tarStencila and Market Reports Furnished. on Application one of the leading matrimonial event working as a farm band and as schoolteacher Her was lips you closed even tighter but she the rest of the team put In an ap- In reference to the balr of the Inhabit
of the season. That was last winter, he saved enough to penrance and would begin the excruciating ants. It Is 'generally supposed that
money
I I!I
uttered not a syllable and in despair
= 6- ...._- /and the honeymoon Was scarcely over put himself through Dartmouth 'college at her unbending demeanor he fled process of limbering up He Papua or New Guinea was originally
before tbe ban of death was laid upon where he graduated with high would pitch tbe ball only a few feet part of the mainland of Australia. It
---- -- -- -- -- ---------- from the place he knew not whither.
----- ,
tbe groom, and be expired suddently honors In 1875.Removing when ha would first go out, but be was discovered by the Portuguese In
I IMercha In bIB apartments in Paris. The young to New York state. Mr. Would yon know, oh, reader, the reason would keep on trying time after time 1528, though It was probably sighted

KLICKER BROS duchess, so soon a widow, !Is now a Black contributed to tbe columns of of the conduct by which a woman rubbing his arm with his left band. by A. Dabreu during his voyage fifteen
blighted two lives? 'Twas simply
mother. She la but nineteen years of the Jamestown Journal and tbe Troy young Sometimes hIs face would be drawn years earlier The Australian government
age and Is considered a very brilliant Whig, studying law the while and this: She had left her false teeth In I up Into contortions, but never a word realizing the clanger that would

nt TailorsFour as well as a beautiful gtrL The new being admitted to the bar In 1870. the bathroom. I of complaint left his lips. I arise If an enemy seized land so near

heir to the glory of tbe family heritagewill A* chairman of the Troy committeeof ,, Half an hour before the game was their coasts l. frequently urged England
bear the name of his dead father, one hundred organized to purifythe I Probably She Meant It. to begin tbe players would slip out to to annex tbe eastern portion of the

Doors South from Fisher's Corner Emmanuel Theodore Bernard Marie city government, Mr. Black won I Lnclle a carefully brought up little see how "Old Hoss" was getting along. island and after two or three unauthorized -

d'Albert de Luynes SaUl)', and the particular prominence. He success girl of five years, returned from ber They would sit silently on the bench, : annexations a British protectorate -

Theodore In his name Is considered to fully fought a corrupt political ring; I first party in great glee. waiting for his arm to get Into condllon. was established there la 1884.

Suit for morning, noon and Suit of shades and patterns be In remembrance also of his grandfather and secured the conviction of "Bat" "1 was a good girl!, mamma" she announced When ha was able to throw

night, new, wbo 1* very proud of the little Shea who murdered Robert Ross a and talked nice all the time." from second to home base a rousing Clipping' Their Wings.

Suits that fit you, too, Just Suit superbly lined all through duke. ,, popular young cltltzen of Troy, during "Did you remember to say something cheer would go up, for they knew The costume of the Pu Yuan Pen-5,,"n

right, and through a municipal election.Mr. pleasant to Mrs. Townsend just bat meant the winning of tbe game women in the Bhan states Is very striking -

Suits well made at prices right. Suit that are a bargain true- Richard Crolcer, who Is on a visit to Black was sent to congress In before leaving/" her mother asked. for them. consisting of a cloth hood, an open
the United States, divides his affections "CHi. 1 did was the enthusiastic Radbourne
1804 from the Rensselaer-ColumbIa yea claimed for his home Jacket and a pair of short white trousers -
Waiting here. When you appear. between Ireland and America, although district largely as a result of his reply. "I smiled and saldi 'I enjoyed Bloomington, m. After his great sea- i reaching barely to the knee. But

CONSULTATION FREE. his sojourns la this country are now striking legal victory In the Ross case I myself Mrs. Townsend. I had son with Providence managers all over the most Important though the least

for It bad been a foregone conclusion a lot better dinner than 1 thought I'd the country were upon his heels. Flat-, noticeable part of their costume la their

4fi that Shea would be acquitted owing have"-Delineator. erlng offers poured In, and be was not I colored cloth gaiters. These the womenare

KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda Ve to the powerful politicians Interested under contract with Providence for the |I obliged to wear as without them

in him. One on the Judge. next season either. When the contest It Is believed they would be able to flyaway

Over six feet tall angular sympathetic "Here you are," said the judge to tbe was over tbe late Ned Allen, president I leaving their husband and

and forcible, Mr. Black baa colored prisoner, "complaining yon of the team that season, sent for Rad sweethearts sorrowful.

been variously described as an oratorof can't get along with one wife, and yet bourne. He laid the release before

I IN rumBEARING the Lincoln type. He Is a master Solomon had hundreds of 'em. him and close beside It a blank con- Sweet and. Low.

TREE' of epigram! and sticks tenaciously to "Tes, yer honor" was the reply, "but tract Radbourne looked at them both A young man named Sweet engaged

a subject he happens to be considering. you must rlckoUect dat de last testimony for' several minutes and then slowly to marry a ;young woman named Low.

he give In wuz dat dey wua all tool up a pen and filled the blank out A few Sundays previous to the wedding .
The victory of the Liberal for' a sum only (2,000 than the attended church
Throughout the Gulf coast country-were supplied at the party that vanity an' vexation of spirit! -Atlanta higher be happy couple
planting stage by Glen Saint Mary Nurseries. These trees have wept Into office General Jose Miguel Constitution md been getting and tore np the rej j together and as they walked along the

grown well, are hardy and vigorous, yield fine crops and have Gomez and Alfred Zayas chosen president ease. Allen almost fell on his neck' aisle the choir began singing the song

\' true to name Fi-ie, orchards of our trees are eloquent ,v tl and vice president respectively of Stilt Hold. Good. and wept for joy.Rndbourne' 'Sweet and Low," entirely unconscious

salesmen: for us, and it U I not BtrrnCT'e that our business keep the new Cuban republic la generally "There was a time," exclaimed young last year In baseball was of tbe musical pun that was being perpetrated

Mowing; larger and larger every yenr. Interpreted as. a verdict of the popular Spenders, who hud gone through a fortune with Cincinnati In 1801. but It was a ________
approval or the party "when people used to say I had ad year. It seems a pity that the Career

,Glen Saint Mary Jewel Peach of tbe revolution mure money than brains. They can't of so great a ball player should Thrifty.
? of> 1000. end so sadly. That year his work "Well, parson, la your flock lib'ral to
f By all means the best commercial kind for the peach-growing sections 01 General G KAr ay It now, heir
o m e t showed great deterioration for the awful nevolenccT"
''Florida: and excellent for home use. We offer an unusually fine stock of yours"crew ; "r\0? queried the caustic cad.
In
participated two strain made In 1SS4 "Liberal? Well I should day la
was beginningto say
(grown on new land-clay subsoil-on stocks from native peach seea. "No. I'm down to my last penny. '
These clean and vigorous trees, with thrifty roots, trunks RIOHAJU! CHOKER great revolutions in "Ah but you have the penny."-Philadelphia toll on his arm. At the end of the not that. Why: when I asted them to'
and tops! are the very brut to be had tbe first of which ( Press reason he wee too proud to go Into sing 'Ole Hundred dey don sung The
and have been propagated under our few and far between. Looking after be reached thu minor league baseball and so entirely Ninety and Nine.. "-Harper'..

personal supervision. Absolutely his extensive Irish estate and his string rank of major and Awkward.A withdrew from the game. He returned

J true to name. of race horse. keeps him fairly busy. In the second that to Bloomington, where he opened a Talk. _

Plant la December Januaryor The former Tammany chieftain bas always of major general. ( r pretty little schoolteacher idle,said noticing one illltard ball. He bad little to say andIn "It takes a baby mos* two :year to
of her charge sharply:
February. Order early. \Vlusvr been somewhat gruff of manner He was one of the unwinking silence would alt la a learn to talk" laid Undo Eben "an'
find
alM a complete slock ..1nth. but be la not without gallantry. A commissioners: sent oxasa.& JOB: "Joan the devil always something corner and watch the young men laugh den It takes de res' of Its lifetime to
..r. poocla... and fruits for Idle band to do. Com op
pretty New York girl once told how to Washington to OOMM. He would
as they played. talk about learn to keep t'um talkln too muela.-
i N.,. and C.m,'''. CalahtutJutl here and let me give you some work.Judge's .
puHuhctL free It ntf/ir tttCLEN she made biB acquaintance. As Mr advise a* to a practical method for dissolving Library.A himself only when cornered, and then Washington Star. .
Croker got on the car which was bearIng the revolutionary army. but for a few abort words. He had always .

SAINT MARY NURSEF.1ES her downtown It gave one of those In May, 1000!,. the general was nom been au ardent fisherman hunter Two Bad 1It1....

COMPANY:\ leeches' against which. even the dignityof inated for the presidency by the national New Sensation. and sportsman but he gave op the Diogenes being asked "What'I* that
!Mrs. wish I knew aom-
; Bullion-I
;: t so great a person a. he Is unavailing Liberal convention but resigned open life. Each year his taciturnity
beast which Ia the moat
Bet C22. GLEN SAINT EAST: FLORIDA: and the great man was unceremoniously his candidacy four months later, giving thing to do that would provide me with Increased until he became almost mien. "Of dangerousrreplied
wild boast the bit of
a I C. L.T..n,..,frc ldvnt Mud T-easumr precipitated Into the lap of Ce the reason for this action tbat It an absolutely new sensation. Mr. Bullion a
f1a.oAa ll.' slanderer and of tame beast that of
II. rR,9wrclary I >
cash for
k \ Oo out and aomthing. *-
....!.:!I>'Y._. the pretty girl. As soon a* Mr. Croker was Impossible to continue tbe campaign pay After a time be gave up his billiard the flatterer" -
v regained his equilibrium be tried to within the bounds of the law. .-Life. hAll and retired Into the obscurity of

--- -----.- -- square himself with the ;young woman Aa uprising In Cuba followed, which his 1 home seldom letting people see
and met with 'such success that they ended with the deposition of President Windmills.' him. At last In 1807. he fen Ul and Those who want friends to whom to I,
chatted sociably all the down- fVlndmffl were invented and vied pen their griefs are cannibal of their
LAME ILLUSTRATEDCATALOGUE way Palma and the Intervention of the soon passed away Portland One
town, and at the end of the route the United States. by the Saracen oalan.. own MartJl.-BacoD.:
3 MAILED PALE .
UVEB> M EVERT CHAH Coming Events Cet Shadow Before-

$i48w. FREE SAMPLES OF WALL PAPER Trained. Probably Not. Barber (looking for business)-Kxcust

."My' men work welt! said a police "I bat to be poorj Now. a millionaire me. sir, but your hair 1* going to eome
' ra anw, aW commissioner "becan well can walk right. In and order what out soon by the
.14"a4 M e1 tiS New Wall Pa per will POST CARD COo they are handfuL Jagg (wise
Vw ra .11.4 aw4W change tin turning A day ttttiaa Doom trained. Training yon know I* every he wanta" without!: bothering about the was out all night! and la JOn *....foe

w ,.,w..L n.r Mrryay.lr.rh dUauU looms taros at- you Intend piparfog 4U thing. price. I', home to face his wife)-Tea aid
trtcdV cheerful home. bring you ample* has Ha paused and smiled. "He cant;,stated tile weary salesman hpos. 1 don know (chic) UtatY-Bo>
.".""r M aria W. place at'OdOOM II rot Intend painting "Two physician were. dlacuMtag," !"but be seldom 4oe ."' Kansas. hernlan Magazine'
the privilege oi Mleo-. -
end lor pncesand color City Journal
!b* said, "a c.rtaln.pretty nun. .
.
R FLORIDAHAIR IACUJSY' tioot from the largest. card. w. hive vejythlag '-- _
a ::;:rte'''.:'.'":: and most varied ttocsj,in la PAINT. and caa "'Was she a trained nursr said the Beseming. -

w.wrwr --.. ,JACK. ONV11.u:. fi.A.,. ::;-:-::"-':.'.::'.-: the South. eve you aoney.hptrtam Seat physician. __ *Every lag. Mrs Grampus (suggetlvery.tVmf't::

.-...-a.rw.4.rWFo -..-.-- WrIt 1Ir """lit""Ipv) "'She must bar been', replied theether. "'ul.) at the age of four, was. caked you think, dear, that .his. .eeamt's bawl;
.I -fibe hadn't 1 been In the hospital one morning by his papa. "What la the are becoming Mr. Qrnmpna-Yer.

:a. week before,she 'waengaged Mm* er the Onf. meal of tie day?', they're becoming ao expensive that m

it Right Bow-Subscribe for The Record I lit-lit w. a.,at. BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Iak.eai a na: to. the richest, patieaCo' --Wubingtoa' '"OIatm...," 'responded UtU Paul afraid well have to get atone wtthoot'

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|will to to 1 e arn.' that,the toadlnir mqdl. AJEUZZUNGCUIMIL !;" .....,. COAST LINEBA'I'LB&A'P

eat 1 writers and teaohon of aU the several I 'JAJ.4ES W. PERKINS AT"ANmI '

schools of praotloe reoommend. l In the \1 J
strongest terms p elble. scab. and every :

Intrredlent entering; Into the composition The Curious. Way RainFalls A.1''ORNEY' and OOtTlJ'; ( OH.-AT.
of Dr. PleroVs Golden MedlcsJ! Discovery LAW.

for the our of .weak BtomMh,dyspepsia, Balmy. Honolulu. -
catarrh of.stomach, .llv.r.. complaint,*. DeL nJ. 'lvrlda. ==Qoes Everywhere=

torpid' !liver or biliousness chronic bowel. W1IPractice\ in State and Federal
.
:I
and all catarrh!
affections diseases of
whatever region name or natu_ It..lav A.. PERPLEXING SPECTACLE: -- Courts U/est

also a speolflo remedy rOlf all such 'broni ,. for Infants and Children --- _. JIor Souti7 ast
or bug standing eaansi. of cat.arrhaj affeotloas -. CTEWAR.l"BLY; } ; ,
and their rasultanU bronchial The Kind You Have
as Downpours Half ''a Mile Away Tha.Th..t. Always Bong-lit halt :boiprn tho slgfiui-
throat and lung dliwafia(except oonsump ture of Chas. II. Fletcher and has been
made under his ,
wltll Drench You Moment
Stun) aooompaDled severe soughs. It te Every !! ,
la not so good tot tout coWs, and coughs, ,' but Never Arrive-A Riot >of personal supervision for oror.SO years. Allow .no ,,one ATT0RNflYS-AT-W.: -

especially but for Unnrlnic ffloacloos" or chronic In producing cases It per la ;, Br...... Up Rainbow ,In the Valleys. to. deceive you In this. C9t1Dterf'eltsJmlta.tlons' ,,auil Office in Bank Building, DELAND. PULLMAN SERVICE f fON

foot eure..\ I toon tains Black Cherry nark. 'Jost-a -g004" ayq but ;Experiments, and endanger the BrcqohpWoeovea,Postofflce\ .DAY'l'OK A THROUCH <*

Golden Baal root, Bloodroot, Stone root The most perplexing! thing about health, .o( Chtydren-riCxfierlence; against Experiment.

which Mandrake aro highly root and praised Quean's. as remedies root-all for of Hawaii' climate to the new arrival Jau, p. Laq<11 Bert Fish, ALL TRAINS

all the. above mentioned affections by such la the matter of rainfall. You beginto The Kind; You Have Always Bought LANPJ3 &. FISH l

.mlnent medical writers and teacher sosrthlow. experience this perplexity before
r. AJofferson Med.Colof. JJeara! .the of and"COUN3ELOKS
:! jfignatnre
VETPRNEYB:; -
frgej Uarajef the Univ. oFp*.| you have set foot on the dock at Honolulu AT-LAW 1

Prof. FimIepliWtlmgWoed, M. D., of Ben when you consult anxiously with CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER"
netS Me4,1Iago; Chicago,' Prof. John
)CIn Cincinnati your fellow travelers as to the advisability 4 DeLand Florida .
.. Mj ILI of 1. Prof. John .
uoud m1. p. _of Cincinnati t Prof.riwIg of digging out an umbrella or : 77111 Practice, In State and Federal!

; ssuJ.mn.. M. D., of Hahnemaoued. rainproof" before you go ashore. The Courts'
vnge. __Joago, and scores of
Special facilities for and
otkerp4aIiy eminent In their several chance 8ft that you are all convincedthat land titles examining; For detailed Information schedules rates and reservations, see

sehooo've.Xli practice.nrinMmn nforltfnff. T i> sry9sth the heavy veil of black cloud. In Use For Over 30 Years. perfecting your nearest Ticket Agent, or write or call on

1H'h1t I which: shuts out portions of the,mountain ..... .... ...ft "IIimr" ".' .... ........ ..ftu"'. "...TO". .n J L. MgOBORY E. L. POWE, Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast Line B.. JR., DeLand, FIx, ot
} scenery foam view and the few .. I l

ore a I .. drops of rain which the trash. shore FRAN C I3OYL8TON, Truv. Pass. Agt. A. O. L. )

LAdfJrmthposidb breese dashes In your.face, like ,flash- AT0BNEY.AT-LAW. Jacksonville Fla.
cllY 0
pel
U. L. f
Division Agent
? A. W. FRITOT Passenger J
Ifuuan'of l&8merltR, lug jewel toru from that bit of rale-, A ROMANCE I IN TIN.
A glance a' this published formula wilshow \ bowers wonalugs too plum to bo Ignored CHOICE PEACH LAND DeLand Florida..
,.Ooldon :Medical Discover ,
that
contains no poisonous harmful or habit- and ;yea prepare accordingly for One Man'. Fortune Prom the Price of FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS
l .aleohol-chemlcaHy the downpour' which seems Imminent..
forming drags au< no
pure, trlple-refinod glycerine being niwaInstead. You observe with coins purprbte thatnone a Pair of Shoes. $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE atlas. B. Wright 8. B. Wright Jr.
Is entirely unobjectionable Some years ago a man who bad'
Glycerins
&
BRIGHT
pf the wearers of the dainty coatnines VTIV9HT:
and besideS Is a most useful a{Biit started business In Tasmania found B..' Peach, Section In the Bute

la the, throat cure of and all itomaeh lung atloutlons.an well as There bronchial be lu the you least pass perturbed on the street by:the appear possh to.' that
ls the highest medical authority for Itsus blllty of: getting caught to the Impeudi and was compelled to call a PUBLIC
*In all such easeL The "Discovery"Is, meeting of his creditors.: Uifl at
until awhile dawoa
hag shower alter It e Telegraph 101Bue
extract of native, ---- -- ,
a concentrated glyrerlc .Among .bis assets were number of
medicinal roots and fa safe and reliable. on you that the storm keeps ,right on. a DuU.AND .
FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.
I Mount\ \ Blrochoff tin mine shares, ,
A booklet of xtracts from emlnont QI)8odln&-Ou4 nothing more. As you _
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medical authorities endorsing Its InirodlenU Vbjch; ware;. regarded' as worthless. It n u.
'I
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r4de la a atveet car: aluug the flashing OiirS1A
nwiiieat AddressIr. ; : COUNTY ABSTRACT
mttlltHi free on \! was the first tin mine .dJac verec1 In ,
B. V.; PIvtMi' : Jlutf..lo. 11'! .% ".beeeb, vivid, with, f.oJorot: break I v INVESTMENT\: ; : and TITLE INHUR- COLLEGE OF L11&ERM: .A.R1'S-EngIl8b Language and Literature Latin
Inc surf and of flowfr, In ,tree an4, Tasmania, and the output was not aa ACE: COM PANT. Greek, (German Fronob. Ilaalsh, Matherna'it'8. Chemistry. l'hy.ios. JIIecbollloAIIB.

hedges along the way, the Bunsblne, heavy, a* < the prospectus, declared It HiAtor1. 1.'hlfl'lfOl'by t'.I".gOg", Polltlual Ellonom1, Biology/ Ueoh'ly,
for ed-
would be. l'hy.lo,1 Cn"ure In 117 Stetson adopted the Rome requIrements
His
Hobby. never appeared so brilliant. But off to Titles Insured. mission and Krailuaiion, that were bold by the University\ nl'c.hlenlfolnll; ibo
One .moo with, on odd bobby Isn't a the left In a beautiful little valley Tile shares dropped In value and Abstracts furnished and titles perfected two were nnlllatod.COLLEOB .

person who gets moch mall apd what tucked: like a deep pocket Jn (ha mourn, when the debtor offered them to his : Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup- OP LAW-Always strong, this College; ",11be\ further iren-lh-(
creditors the latter plied. cited In \the tall oi 1BOD{ by tbe force and and offering!
he baa or expects to have he can keepIn talus and half refused to touch Increasing touching by n
seemingly scarcely a thoin. Ui>|'usiie Volusla County Bank. two ye..is' and a three yours' ominw. of study.VOI..L.EIuIt ,
mind very easily. Probably he mlle away there can be no doubt of OF T CHNOL.OGY--Ivtl. Electrical Meobanlcal. and Cboni.
DELAND
never. bad a letter which went astray. the fact that a good hoary ran| 1* fall Among the creditors was a poor FLORIDA tool EngineerIng/ oournes,, lending to (degree .
Yet every time be sees In the newspaper ing. The sunlight striking through, shoemaker who had supplied the man COLLK<1E: FOR TEACHKKS college course for teachers leading tr> n

the list aavertlaed. mad sent\ With n pair of shoes. He offered to E. ALEXANDER degree; a Normal 8ciool for Florida schoolteacher*; model schools in all the
the falling drops fills the valley) with. I ,
of the tbe sovontb
(trades public school special emphasis being put on And
take tile shares, la
his
of
out from time to time by the general a glory of broken up rainbows riot payment eighth grades; Klndprgnrteii Trilnlnc, School sepnrato building.THK .
poitqfflee In New York: be turns at of color that causes one to gasp and debt No one raised any objection I ACJ\OEMY-Cloaslcal. Latin Bolontifln 8nd80h'nrltlncour8esIn prep.

once to the Initial letter under which exclaim In admIration. There can be no and! ho took the, shares, saying "They ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. aratlon for college. Stetson is especially strong In tide work. Itis'uuenls
his. and may turn out well some day." have /gone to llurvanl. Yule, Princeton Cornell, Michigan anti Chicago.
carefully
name comes runs :
doubt that the ruin we have seen falling
Office In Bank Building BUHINKSH COI.LEUB-Banking in all Its branches; Dookkeoplug by the
through the list He, never yet has I la real and that It la as .near a. It FIve years later under proper management "She can look out.but can't look ba" DeLand Florida. best nietbcdsj; Shorthand and Typewriting elective CUIII'. B open in other departments .

found any let er that might be supposed -, seems for the wind now and then cor-, the wine developed Into a you //fill practice, In State and Federal ; 'large fauulty and oommmlious btilldlng.

'to be for Mm and, furthermore. rles refreshing dashes of. It Into the valuable property. It was a veritable yeses z1dO MARS Courts Manual SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ART*-Wood Working, Iron Working nnil.
hasn't found be mouutalu of tin. and the shares 'IralcingsJkIoo
that
any might for any open car causing: a few of the passengers sprang FINE:
U. A. DAVIS. I. Of AETS-Drawing in Charcoal and Ink; P.tntlng In Oil,
of his .relative. to change their seals to the cppon, up to an astonishing point. Qtt. Water-color and PaHtel; new stndlo, costly oasts models etc.

.He takes an odd pleasure In doing It site sIde. Dut still the/strcet Is per Eventually the metal was "cornered", PORCH SHADESWe SCHOOL OP" MUS1O-A $10l.1O pipe organ; 1A/ pianos; cepiiruto Inillilliig;

however, something! with that eagerness fectly dry and the sunshine as brightas by a French syndicate, and the share PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, large faculty; tborouith courses; opportunities of benriiiK,, otutoiluH.,,
reaching DELAND, FLORIDA. STETnOA hiw a Fauulty of 48 professors und teaobers. 1'hoy hold degrees
a fabulous
price, the
which ..Impels. a mnn to grub once
ever. from tbe University Cbloago, Harvard. Yale. Columbia. Wake
ate exclusive agents at DeLandfor Office at residence. Indiana Toronto. \For.
through a packet of 014 lettra lu i Five minutes later we leave the car: Indigent shoemaker sold out and realized these Porch !bliades.:; Just the thing Court House. avenue cat Louisville; Bowdoln. Utrecht Bucknell University pf Michigan, l>eni'i"on,

hope that ,be may come upon some at i he foot of a great Jugged pile of o fortune-. for your verandas during the hot summer ArkanmtB Kalamsaoo Baltimore and othe" Inatltatlnns.' There tire nearly
rare .variety of stamp. Keally if ever volcanla rook that marks the vent ofi' The money was wisely Invested: and sun. Call at our store and Office Hours: 8 to 13. 3 to 4. and T to S.fyRS. ;too 00"',of In buildings\ anti' equipment, : over ':id.tIor! ) endowment; an endowed

he found his name In the list It probably now ho Is In the enjoyment of an income examine. library over 13,000 volumes: n beautiful chapel with coniy: iurnlablDga, In
a prehistoric volcano and the red base, eluding stained-glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a $10.<)K pipe organ ; a grrnnR -
,would kill his enjoyment of the, and sides which support a !stunted,, of several. thousands a year de- .1. P. \l.l.FN & CO. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. um with complete apparnUm; an enclosed athletic Held running track tsunla
bunt forever thereafter.-New York moaqulte-llke growth and a few cacti cited' from the payment for a pair of courts, bi.soball diamond gridiron b"aJdU'8wlmmlnll. golf, rowing and other
Son. 'lor- ...ii..i .i .t-S.I.-London Telegraph. ._ sports : separate building f. r men and women ten large laboratories for ChemIstry ; -
look a* though hndn't --'- -- -'-- -- -
they had a good PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Physios BoerU( >logv, Mineralogy an'k V !hlolngyj; several large mnaeumi
shower for six month And they prob- and shops; eleotrlo lights e'pvtrlo' boll In. nteam bent cement walks shell roads
Anticipated Cause For Sorrow HODGKIN'SWagon broad a'ollUes. spacious shrubbery and trees
I ably haven'tIn cninpus. ; soiilal literary, lousiest
fna came In from the country on her Office on East New York Avenue. and other stuilnnte', ulubs; star lecture onuraen; CbrUtlnn and not 8e.'tarll1l1
fifth birthday, to visit her cousin May. time one learns that.lII1w.nIl'. climate DELAND. FLORIDA. teaching The locution is beautiful and healthful and tbo expenses are low.
Is purely a mqttor of locality; So Tired Shop \For otttaliigueii views, folders. and iuformaton aildresu the president.
bed
Atnight they were put. to early. i
that the report of the rivl'ifall''' for
any
A.n hour passed when heartbreaking I QB. A. S. .V1UNSON. LINCOLN HULLEY l'h.D. Utt.D.. I.L.D.Delaad|, Fl<>rhlR.
given time published 1. the United
>; It ba from overwork. In"
ops beard from the children'sbedroom may
were, State weather bureau (Jjes not mean the chances are Its from aa I... I DeLAND, FLA. HOMEOPATUlo"PHYSICIAN. .
I
-What. la ,the matter; children?" asked -, for every place in the territory nor forthe Vtlv LIVER.. In --"'- =-___n_ _______ ______ ____
Everything
Island of Oahu nor even for the Wagon, Buggies Carts
May's mother., entering the dark'I'OOm. etc., manufactured and repaired In Office! Second Door South of-Flsber's\ \ '
city of Honolulu\ but only for the With a well conducted LIVER my FLORIDA
place where the !Shop: in. the very beat woikmrtnbbip Drug Store. EASICOAST RAILWAY
rain stands.
gauge It 000 can do mountains ot labor OFFICE
"From under the bedclothes Ina sob known. Only firat-clasa men employed HOURS 10 to 12 a. D).; 3 to 6
would not be true for
a place half orthreequarters
bed cot,, "May .won't give me any of i Without fatigue and di-nt-clasn work turned out. I have and 7 to 8 p. m. LOCAL TIMB CARD No. 76.
: of mile One Corrected
a to October
away. added DeLavll .FJ.W" 1st. I90fl
Italy
her ; to mv p'mit a i!
peanuts,
"
'It adds hundred cent to .
learn that he may live In Honolulu a per 150.55 Bo.rs ,
-
But May has no peanuts," replied -- N.. ,, kS55
her aunt, under very different conditions a* to ones earning capacity.It QR., W. S TAYLOR DAILY D.u.LY MAIN UN& DAILY DAILY
precipitation, according to location. In
"I know that", sobbed Ina, "but she some of the valleys .rain fall ; can be keptln healthful action a JO pm 1120 cm Iv ......J..uoo..III.A

aid if abe did ,bare. peanuts she, every day of the year and practically varies by and only by 8UR.QEo.E n&]: 81 es! pm lii Ia .111 ..._....._.....Bt. Aayntmn.----......7..v e 7 II 10 plD pDt .ae. aID aID

wouldn't give me any."-Delineator.Sufficiently In amount In different parts of the Olllce iu Fluber's New Brick Block. a: ac it p pm: If 1 ;: ala pin t::::=:::::::::... rm-J: .:.:::.:::::--=::L: 6M pm paS21 : : :: ala am

same valley which may be only a mileor Second FlogrDeLand 10 10 p pm: 2 t: pm pin: t :::::::::::::.::.::::.7,::...;.: oriia-: ::::: ::=::::,:t: pm: : so .me

Ooo..pnory (*. two lung. There are other sections illS PID 8 119 POl .. .....-......".._....._.'. ...........__.. .. IMpm 56cm.
114
A of Tntt'sPillsTAKE 12 00 n'I 4 1\1 ',v.........__...._....... ... Dm sa
Is told a colonel In Gen- In pm ...."....__.__... 1* It .
l(1htbe lawns Florida
splendid and bowers It 01 .ID 413 pDt Lv......,.. ............,,..Rook ledge....__........._. pm cm
oral Lee's division In the late civil war of green foliage which surround ---.... U 811 .01 4 50 pm Ly ..."._............M.EHU Gallla... ._..__..Lv It 28 plD 1. ala .
who sometimes Indulged\ more applejack beautiful homes, R. E. WALKEUIIO.OU.TO 12 49.01 100 pm 'v..................._...... ....._* _..._......_.... 11 1144amBJ Mam Cm cm
are only possible fR) 180.01 .
70Upm Ly.. "....."...._.....,...Ft..PI.rc..L\' I
than was good for him. Passing through constant Irrigation And there 800.01 II 01 pm Ar,....._...........West Pllra Boacl.L. S m

the him general one evening saldi"Good leaning against a tree. are to be found almost every degree of ,NO SUBSTITUTE. HOURS M: ( 8:30:: ,TO 12:00 8:00: P.A, M.M, ; :: am am 11 tO :g pea pal Lv.'ii::::::::::::::.:::::.::..:'Ft..,....Lou'lcrdale.I .......:...::.::::::::=t: tttam500am 7 Mam: l.08.: pm I l t,

: moisture\ ,between these extreme ( Sb 00 am .7 60 8m ...".....................MiamiHomestead. ...... ......._............. .6 pm
evening, colonel. Come .evr ExceptingSaturdays.; :: fit 00 sin .10 50 sin ............_........... ........__ 10 pm Iii GO pm
to my tent for a moment please." Like of everywhere else, one finds people tll 00 pm ...-..-._... ...................Knlghu Key Dock..._........Lm.Li "a 10 pm IJ! 00 00 .'III.meBonSai
turn of
In
every mind Honolulu
"S-s-cuse me,. .-.-e11' aI. s-s-cuse To Mak. Waxed Papsr. Qfflcc at Residence, ; -;
corner ,M4cgan
to 'Pallj .
aa the most, desirable places In ic pt t8unnays anti .Wedne..
This H used for ltyi Only. '
me replied the colonel.It's 'bout all which to. live. In sections where the keeping substances Avenue and Boulevard Jf hone.191. tTaaadaTa and Fridays only
I can do to stay.where I am."-Philadelphia rainfall which contain either a volatile aromatic PALATKA BRANCH
may amount to two or three
Ledger hundred Inches per vegetation Ingredient or grease, which would pen- 0. B Joan zc,4 EAST PALATKA TO Arrive (I Leave iilATXA
year etrate through ordinary paper. On a ax ; ; W.gBS7ER1COMRCTOR Palatka TO XA8T: %LirrivsXa*) r
= PALATKA:
j Falatka
: flourish'
moat luxuriantly and with a J FalaUa PALATKA I
Bat sheet of ralatkagso
over a fireplace
The ,Right Feet Foremost. copper gentle

Patting the. right foot foremost was minimum of attention. There,la also a' sheet of paper a. a base and COLD TIRb SETTERCan aad BUILDER ama _..No. 411 Datly.......... 580am648am 5A8am800am
an absence humid feeling In the atmosphere < am ......,..No. 48 Dally. ._.. D&llr._ llammam
then lay a second sheet ?
u old hBoman ordination originally or disagreeable on the top of My Specialty It II :28 am ..........No. BO Calif.......... 45am D.117._ 5
.regulating-the entryof, persona Into a dampness the first Coat this second sheet with set yuur Tires wlthuut taking 11 to am .__...No. B> Dallr......... 13 10 pin 11 880 15 am D.U7..,,,.,.., tisssmMpm
bonne or'other building, and based, upon which! on* usually associates with yellow or white wax and distribute the wheels froui vwhlule.. We take out no ARTISTIC CONCRETE: BUILDINGS\ 408 08 pmt :::::::.:.No.: M ::;:: : : 28 pm: 480 pm pm .Fo,47 P llf._ a 10 pm
much pm .No. M : :: : so tin
rainfall. This J* accounted for latter bolta rub no paint or barn your felloe 58 pm 7 08 pm800pm ::::: :: : : ::: : :
th. supposition that the .left was) nnloony. uniformly over the entire sheet AND STONE SIDEWALKS 7 V4 PIU.No.1I8 nail7..4) 06 pm 15 J.in
Daily..4
; with
by the fact that the.rain.come* In I a hot tire. Come and tee it work .
by
A.boy, was kept_ at the door to shower., of which a dozen or more tie means of a sponge exerting a Ut- and you will never have your Tires,set .
awe mar no one entered, the House "ierr, com In and Dressnre. till the naner- Is everywhere bot again. SAN MATED BRANCHLaavs
may a day: may occur
foot first" -The phrase quoted la thus while the sun 1 transparent and consequently 'banking for I nsure with us.Now Ba.t{ BAST.: PALATKA TO arrive ,
shining brightly, yon your patronage.Inthe 8anMatoo Laava San I 8AM
Hell to be very antique. while ,the never .falling\ < t adwinds permeated by the wax. If the fire .. pant ana hoping a continuance In Is the Palatka BAN UATXO ir.toPALATEA MATEO TO lAST (Arrtvalajl
time.
too feeble the process will be retard- the future, I remain PslatksMam

It."Is the .wise bead.tbt mafcsa the and a porous soil dry up the surface ed., TOOL powerful a flame Is cUB more ........No.. 49 180aml
moisture within a few minute after a harmful Tiara: to serve, Spot cash for: losaea. .S18 pm ..._yPl 83 D.n/::: / 8 00am340pm I---.No. eo alIy._
till..toagn.-Lucea., shower baa paa ed. The heaviest precipitation brown- a. -tb. paper Is liable to become SCOTT, HODQKINS. pm .._.No, M DaIlt.:_ JWSBMvm

also usually occurs at nightIn or black. Stearin may be (U should be protected .0; 21 NL 111 N.. 17

"- ) the dry section, U on. has plenty need Instead.of wax.-Der Indiatrlose u__ __ __' _. _._ .... only Daily Dally MAYPORT BRANCH No. 13Dally I No. 10 Be. M

of water with which to Irrigate (and I Gesehaftamann.Thousands W. C. CANNONS' R you Insured ? 8n.oa1F Oany

he5iinpleLlfe 00pm 9 10 pm 000 am Lv._...........
.
Jnck" ..
: Honolulu ha onTiU _
a spleudU of ._.
system .A
waterworks 13 II 40 pm fl CO! pin p 40 am Lv..... .,., 411 am ItMpm SMpm
very company rellallle.ben Pablo Be oh.....__ ?
with ample supply), one may Livery Feed and Sale Stables. : 46pm A CA pm t 45 urn, LV..........Atlantic B..oh..........,...XT, 05 am 11 60 sin 450pm .
00
I
more esally' control 'what be would Hays Kidney pm. 1 10 pin 1000 san Ar.................Ma/port......._.....Ly 00 411 am am Iii 11 SO 41 am am 4 44 ae ,ID

bus for It. basis PERFECT HEALTH. ,, grow and at the same time escape the Fine Fashionable Turnouts \\/: does your policy expire ? .... pmw

Tb. clear brain the healthy stomach the Inconvenience of oft occurring ..bow.era. Trouble and Never Suspect itPrevalenor .::%"-"' \.Doll..... ors'.. City' raacltVJEjljt|!! ". "'! 1'.,. Doll. .
bodily Organs exercising In harmony are Some of Bus meets all trains, nt 1C.. L, 1'1'1" ((8 your pulley in force ? : I'n.... a mssoI _
the first essentials of a Simple Life-. I Honolulu' most beautlifnl of Kidnar JJiimnn. larks( mot morning ni.d nficrnoin K, E ,' 1-0
residence district a* well a* the Most people do not realize the alarm. 0. Kv. train nt O'flniro CI'", nnil' night Telephone number 40pm835pm ; s.m: Lv. Kn l>i... N.] 1 50 pm 8411
tI beautiful 'rains at L)> Land .111- ctloo., U. sixteen. > ...-.Lrt.B.l.t, ....,., 1 pm a 00 am ii so
jg m.q' Aff B Kaplolanl and $ Mail 06 5 Ly..TltuYU1a..t' pmam
SATISFACTION. pork one of the Ing.JQCI'eaee remarkable prevalencyof a > pm 18 .
,, 8pm840pm 11 ao am ">T ,.Or_ c........... 1258 pm oo am M
>-Neronaa know the pure delight of moat beautiful tropical garden In the Whilekldoeydis.kidney disease 'entl nith route horace* Jacke and oarelul Intel' b..I..1 driver.Urrestortt.' HON INSURANCE AGENCY\ : U 46 sin "irMMH.OlWWI Oltf J., 12 80 pm m 4'OU III pm PDt ..--.-........ _.._._.....__. __ I
world was barren'
originally sand .1-
simple living. whos nervous system is '"hone 3. DeLand PI .
.orders
the S COMNICTIONS
are ,
kept in a stataol tensjon by Constipation plains practically devoid of vegetation (U will find us at5teeqna04 MARC AT KNIGHTS Say DOCK .0.. xcv, WUT AND HAVANA.
most
Indigestion Dyspepsia, Biliousness and once thought to be worthless. common ,,, _T5ssTThTA5LL5 .h..p th .. .,._
diseases that ... ..... 5e. .t- -1M i ..
liver1"and other''*dlieao.es""1 "due' .to inaction, of.the *Che'Old newcomer Is often puzzled to bear vail they pre.are "k"lr1'! r..1. _.'b'.. ''... 'AP.1..<....p. ."._.,.....tI.._.. .__.p......._mesmas"_... _. in.__.._. l.m_Cssiinl frein 5e 'f}
n resident refer' to "the
plains"
slated the last 1 I roe copy osTwa
LocAL
: TISM CARD
-rha.Sirt\: \Vfto seek the .Simple'' when speaking of a section of the city recognized by f.IhRAHNES. "..I..n. 00..1 P...OR....OTHK", OIUlATtO.. .BK" THa TOg.U' *0551..

Life l, to aoek the) remedy for these condttiunsr'Tbfs -' In, which are located some of the .. patient and phy. ERRYl y Agme* IT. AUOUATINS- -----.- .viia.lnaEEiIiTT ----.. ,

remedy ha* been found in. most magnificent homes and beautiful 0 .Iclaoa./who eon- .S Y.. H. VOORHIS : :; .-- --- '
; -
.oat great product ground In the whol. territory. ? -- tent tfumitltti i : .
'Tb. j"arlation'ot with doctoring tl&4 ejects, while the art/f/ I scaresly I any limit to tho L .
rainfall together .
.SLOSiH.; ;: SUvi.rlthuIator with the difference In temperature due inal diuatt und rmin.. the system. RE polbl.I".UII b'lt ttftkt: mn4 _...,-...Wehavwimprorlng1 Dentist

; to elevation give to Hawaii a diversi ;There Js comfort What in''J'q.Qq.tho; knovJedge,** SI l1 I .meda beeii for over goyf flower*. More.ud vegf-t.bta than KOO I T.,o., Blqqk. ;.o pI4, ;FJlV ;. : T

ty' ofr climate that S people are woxklnff: to make. P rnr'. !
can scarcely be expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'i [ Honrs
o$5p 80.to
i Ic, SeedS suit"oe. Buy the be.t-P.ny- : II aQdi.al.tca) 4<, 11, "
"' equaled In the world' lacking only In Swamp-Jt.oot, the great kidney remedy For sale ewttgywtiefe, .

(iri Both Liquid extremea of either heat or cold.-Will I fulfills l every wish in curing rheamarlam, NI/"L It
and pow Ier E..f. :WrtlE:
tern.)
,. : :t
J. ? _ i and part of the niagypas.age.1 I D. M.FERRY% every ._ ,
ft'has.mad.lJf.
brighter and

.. 'poeslbloVfceTn happiness.sfldrpeace was dark The man who use falsehood' for It and corrects scalding Jnability.pap) in paaaing_to -nom it, or watei lIad'Ilfollq.ng 4' i : DR. JOHN : .
REEVE. {
SEEDS69Best
.fed 1 inatreeeed.snhsr.aobse I tb.canter of policy, like the woman who powder, of liqnpr wine.or rj;
\ ( use : '
Ills and puriiise menu.,;,Jt encourage the soon gets Intel the.habit. of potting on beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity ; "
liver, stornsrh.and bowel* to a freer and too much.-Fathdnder.. ,.. .. '
of being compelled to often '-"- -,
: crft
go :
,W W Ja atuaJ jtftijrlty,,;, I L DELAND A
., daring the day and -to get up many FLJ'; : n
It ii*. !?"? Wy to a Simple Life times durine-the night. The mild and I

CA.JiaaJJ! : >. f'f"! c. 0ate5mnan5.,' ; tha extraordinary effict-of Swamp-Root --. ,' ,

Manr persona aitsst tU*fact who have ,CASTOR: is soon.raalUed.i It stand th*> highest I ,. ,' ;
I r$14IypdlL4trlhcbaciue4spertonc.' II 1 f 0II4ta wonderful cure. .of the most div, -

". '8 : j Tor Znflmtf siT 4 0h04Ia.TIIIIfatl.YOI.BaH.AlwIJLBiIpt. tfM'liac.e-, tt you need a medicine ROSES. ll! O O:Q'
v -"--ifilverReaulator should have the best. Sold
, you by drag A
'.to tortiiWS..Inil"!Ju tuufon.'exMrtllnslvnalatabl. < \ ,, gists in fifty-cent, sad Qne-dpUar sizes, Acres of Cypress.1an I .
i"a uifi b.r. >CI'''*, : : ,
818&8 NUl ea1.. : .a.. S ."Y91lptay. !t salllt) tI bj>ttl. ud 81uool FERTILIZERS S .
aMth : :
;, _t...JoeeJIfti.1.I:1f ulatorln- I ?., & : that' t \ ( ; .r., Tt Th5rs =' Pine Timber 'Breu
I Ia 8Ipa..ot
10 .Iooolliu abon,W.botn. : 1
mnd\ .... ..Y'l'J e1';' I..... z: ,." --""" ... ..., ." t'; .' W uail. .an'iiIIiJ'f" A ..._ R...... ... .." ;...d far 1100!Ifo .
I p'r; .. r"'"' ... 1?; 4. ; ._ 'I' Kilmer & Co., .: _K....."' '''''''' yard County focsale.,
.
..w I_ MrnY".Wh .eRese$S.eaprsss' ,.1-
.jJ ,, (, :. C'K''- Inn'rcB.U7.nf. .
...... .
ld.fCtrl D.Lad.ba, sp.w4.,IIt jIwlIT..4r.l.. %. seaiag1 sak.ay j jM ,CJP8 ..papasand Mota'S 140----Coni...... ...............,"- 'Nit. See' I.E4rflQ1d.Of.. ,

,., ? I oven flaUf'f. .drug ,. "dOJaroDlol. name., t> 'sa1ak..buti rT* reme be!;;.ths .... W.P_ .: Why Not Now ?
r.KU'm1. mP.18fff
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;; 1!)')" :t t& :11I;:" J .Qe .t1 tl' Co .

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....++ + t.++ + + t. .t+. ***u*+++.HfN.4N- +eH1i4.1t1, f4i1 LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Tailor at Fountain's. :< 1. .
School..Books, Allen's Drag Store J ; .
19081 Dr'!!'Mellette's Remedles'at' .All& '1.: i'

1878t JDepartment THE IMPORTANT NEUS ITEMS br For reliable Fire Insurance Uould. ;.
_In the FOUNTAIN BLOC > "\ ,
.,A''
:
nS, $ THE FAST WEEK. Have your measure. taken at Fountain's .. "
,
by a Tailor
a 1)t. EVERYTHING 104 C.OMI Mia Society Itomi for tll. P.opis'.
was in from 4k
Mr. W..T. Woolley town
Psp.r.Brl.l Mention of F.ct. .
,TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE Glenwood yesterday,
e..D III'oar R.por..r.Tailor We Fare ''
i now comfortably located, and will ,
After business hours drop in at Btndle

at Foantola's. & Specks for lunch. carry the largest and most up-to-date line of "fa,, ';?,
Wade the tuner Orlando. Quite a. number of Daytona autos /
SHOES Trasses Allen' Drug Store. were at DeLand the first of the week. ",

Eyes tested Free, Allen's Jewelry Prof. and Mrs. J. WH1U Westlakewere Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ties, Umbrellas Suit" Cases,
Store. Lake Helen visitors to DeLand

OF: holiday The DeLnnd trade. merchant report a fine Monday.Pay your county and state taxes to be found in South Florida. We now

Correct Style and while the collector Is at the county seat
"
uew Get harness yon repairing shop done at J.Crunori tl this month. have ample room and means at our disposal

Best Quality Mr. J. A. Carpenter made a bnsinest Mr. J. C. Robinson merchant, orange the which we did not have in our ''former
and peach grower of Seville was at
trip to Tampa this ween.Spring ,
seat Monday.
Saltings at Fountain's mad. county cramped quarters. .
Manager Howe, of the DeLand Telephone -

i The Cross Shoe for Women j ; to The order Fountain bee his tore Humpies.is now located in able to Co.be,up who and has about been, quite ill, I.

ita handsome new quarters.
Mr. Andrew Linguist, engaged. at
, Black Patent Leather, Vicl Kid, Phone 68 for the choicest cats of beef, : work at Dungeness Ga., is spending
mutton and pork. Marsh Bror. several weeks at home with his family. SPRING SUITINGSALL

, Gunmetal and Tan In Boots Mr.J. B. Welch, the Orange. City School Commissioner Geo. F. Crouch,

r and Oxfords, Button and Lace, merchant was in town Monday. of the coast district, was here this week
Roues and violets for sale at Bosecrof, attending the January meeting t of his
Sailor Ties, Gibson Ties and west Rich live.. DeLand. Fla. 11.20 8m

Pumps Messrs. Taylor and.Hood were Orange board.Mr.. and Mrs. Carroll Brauning NEXT WEEKWe

City visitors to DeLand Tuesday morning came up from Palm Beach to spend the

$4 f fj holidays with Mrs B's. parents. Mr. will have an Expert
$3.50
$2.50, $3, Mr. Daniel filackwnlder and son were and Mrs, W. H. Wood.

at the county sest from the north end Rufus D. Brooke, county commissioner Tailor
at Store
to
our
,. Monday. .
-- -- from the south epd, was at De-
Mr. L. E Caaney. of Seville was at Land the first of the week attending the
j ; Thompson Bros./ Shoe for MenBlack jj the county seat on business the first of January: session of his board. B take measures for Suits

the week. Sirs. Nettle M. Austin returned the

Patent Leather, Vici Kid, Gun- Mrs. E, B.: Benson and Mrs. J. A. latter part of the week from spendingthe and Pants .
Haley were in tpwn from Orange City holidays at Jacksonville with her
metal, Tan and Wine Color, in Boots, i Wednisday. daughter, Mrs. Charles J. Andersen. 500
Samples to Select From
Oxfords, Sailor Ties and Pumps Mr, and Mrs. R.Lockwood,of George Miss Mary Stewart, daughter and
town. Maryland, are visiting Mr and law partner of Judge Stewart of De-

$3 $3.50 $lJ $5 f Mrs A. H. Woodall. Land who has been visiting Miss Besse
Cement sidewalks at popular prices Pitcher,has returned home.-Daytona.

for the next sixty: days, 13\ cents and up. Halifax Journal. qv. M. FOUNTAIN
O. B. Webster Phone 197. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Thompson and' .

Excelsior Shoe for Boys & GirlsBlack i j Mrs. McCunn shampooing, inani- son Leland arrived the latter. part of _
I outing and massage Parlors over the week from East Liverpool, Ohio,
Fl her'e draft store phone 10UO. and are occupying their pleasant De-

Patent Leather, Vicl Kid, Gun- Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Self and little Land home on east New York avenue. cfCta'a ,9:9IIa03Qn' : :

metal, Tan and Wine Color, in Boots, child are here from Kentucky(: visiting Miss Sarah Hargreaves very pleas ------- --.. -,- .-

Oxfords, Sailor Ties and Pumps, the father,Rev. Qeo Self and family. antly entertained last Friday afternoonat School Books, Allen's Drug Store.Krnse's .-
Rev. U. S. Tabor, the new pastor of the home, on west New York: avenue, I
I the M. E. church South, preached his in honor of her friends, the Misses Boulevard.Bicycle Repair' Shop.1-8 110 tf N. I... SOUVENIRS, POST CARDS, AND NOVELTIES ...
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00 initial sermon at that church ]Mt Sab Cbenoweth, spending the winter at the
bath. Waverly.Mrs. Everything!: for the horse at J Cra- Xaroest Stock anD Lowest prices
t nor'a new harness shop tf
'" "" ""
For Sale-First-class pine stove and William Albert Reeve announcesthe
: ALWAYS THE BEST tI fireplace wood. Per cord, 85.50; per engagement of her daughter, Grace A fine rain the first for long time, Pyrography Outfits and Materials, Leather
; .
strand,83.00. Drop postal card to Chas Willonghby to Mr. Le fluent Ganlden. fell Monday and Tuesday.The Goods, Picture Frames and Japanese China

and Fancy Groceries Hookatra DeLand. ll4wMies only son of Judge and Mrs Gaulden, orange growers are yet sending
I Staple who is the marriage to take place some time in the fruit to market by the carload lot. Exclusive sale of Beautiful WaterColor
Martha Linqulst, taking
February.Mr. Choice' Western and Florida beef Pantings and Tropical Scenes
l bat
an art coarse at a Chicago art school

= : / Mo..77 : : home for the holidays. She returnsto .of and the Mrs.Harlan John Hotel L. Jaqnes.Lake Helen mana.; pork.Marsh mutton Market.Select sausage etc., at the REEVE & HDWAI3Dof re:tit Store
G. A. DREKA & CO.ione Chicago next week. gers e Xa no
Fla.t Rav. Geo. Marsh, pastor of the Con.' yonr Spring Salt at Fountain's,
: : .1 The family of Hon Geo. A. Redman gregational church, that place, and HA has an expert tailor taking measures

: : : : arrived They are last occupying week from the Rochester.Dr. Baerecka N. Y. Master Cecil Wood were a pleasant all of this wenk.

.. home, eaat New York avenue. Lake Helen party in town Tuesday. Mr.here and from Mrs.Seville Thomas, visiting J. Newmanare Mr. and Jf '

,- 1//:... Mr. Claire H. Baguley, of Holder, ,'the Contractor DeLand-Daytona Cannons shell is finishing and marl up Mrs. N. S.Lindstrom. AUCTION SALE !
.11: spent the holidays in this city, the guest !
% Get shoes and harness
4 repairedat
of his mother Mrs. M. N. Bagnley. and road. There is little over a mile yet to vonr
do. Notwithstanding so many draw. Walter Kitchen's. Hodgklns' build- Twenty acres of the beat Truck Gardening Land to be found in
For Vulcanized Asphalt Roofing his sister Miss Edith I Baguley. backs and difficulties, he came near, lug on Boulevard. None but flrst-clacs Florida will be sold at public auction in front of Gould's office
The mother of the Fanning; boys arrived work turned out.
Jan. 1, 1000 of completing the contract Wednesday, January 13th, at 11 O'clock A. M.
from the Sooth Carolina home
I For Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish on time Mr..T.S.Nicholson of Volnsla county
of the and will\
For Stoves and RangesFor the latter part here with week her Rev. James Hoseborougb, Jr., who spent Saturday in the city consulting This land is located In the famous HOUGH TRACT,bordering -
the
spend winter sons. has been spending the holidays at. home, Dr O. P. Liklns about his eyes,-Re on Deep Creek near the town of Lake Helen and
Standard Plumbing Goods Capt. William S. Thayer was at the returns today. to Walthonrville Ga., porter-Star. Orlando. within 300 feet ot the railroad. .
seat from Enterprise Tuesday.He Solomon arrived The soil is a rich black loam, from 18 inches to two feetin
ForJPaints and VarnishesIn county where be l is snpplylnging at the First Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
thickness, underlaid with marl and phosphate. It is
best obtainable came over to attend a regular meeting Presbyterian church remains there from Dayton. Ohio, the first of the drained by a large ditch running into Deep Creek. There
grades of Thayer Camp Confederate Vete- until September. after which time be week. They have rooms at Mrs. J. W, Is a deposit "phosphate rock in this land from 3 feet to
tns. goes to take a theological course at the Williams for the season. 11 feet in thickness, with an overburden of but a to 3 feet.

ill R. D. MCDONALD _...A'tJ Attorney U. M.Bennett was at Titus. Union Theological Seminary of Richmond Mrs. Ethel Welborne of DeLand, brou Some of the the DeLand best Celery market and last largest season Irish were raised Potatoes on

yule the latter part of the week: on Va. spent Christmas with her ooneio, Mrs. the Hough tract There are several truck farms in suc
chancery. business before Judge Jones. The last day of the old year was the H. L. Peck and family. She left Monday ce operation In the neighborhood. .
Mr. Bennett is enjoying a nice law. anniversary of Mr. and for Jacksonville for a few days.- This property Is described as lots 3 and 4, section 35 and
{ 'U practice. twenty-seventh Sanford Chronicle is the N. R. Roberts holding. It will be offered in three
Mrs.Sheddan. Their guests were t Rev. pieces one of 10 acres and two of S acres each. .
The Chase Si Co. and the Haynes and Mrs Rreeborongh' Mrs Rhine- Mr Chns. H. Rnlllnson who baa Title is perfect. Abstract furnished with each piece.
When You Contract for packing booses have again full forces of hart, Mrs. Boyd Mrs. Cleavelund and spent the last nine winters at the College
i packers. Mr flayneu has yet considerable Mrs. Patton. It was a beautiful day Arms Hotel died on Tuesday, the IT MUST BE SOLD !

of the fruit from the Perkins amid a happy ocpa (ou. A delicious din. 20th ult,at the home of bis daughter; I Don't forget the Date: Wednesday, the 13th
PAINTINGYour
groves to ret: off. ner was served by the daughters; of the Mrs Northrop in Summit, N J., in

Miss Besse Pitcher, a student at the family and all were hearty in good his the 83d most year.popular Mr winter Rolllnson guests was one in De-of 1t\ TIT! Itto.tl. "Real !estate

Stetson University law school is spending wishes for more anniversaries of the Land and be will be sadly missed by his w. \) ana Insurance"T'fIElVIARKET"
the holidays with her parents, Mr, date to Mr. and Mrs. Shedd au. many friendsLADIES I

and Mrs. L D. Pitcher, Orange avenue. --
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HOUSESherwinWilliams Daytoua. Halifax. Journal. ---
:
Mr Townsend and family who occupied .f

Stipulate- the Jordan home the past two LEONARDY BROS., PROPRS.

winters, arrived from Pennsylvania tie Choice Northern and Florida Beef Mutton Pork
latter part of the week. They are Io- ,
Paints cate4 In) the Raft house this season. Bring your Skirts and be Sausage, Hams and Bacon. Fish. Always the bestin
Coats to store to
my
Mr. and Mrs. G o. E. Terry, of
" " " " " " " " the market. Prompt and polite attention. Your
the
Waterbury, Conn who have passed DYED PRESSEDWhen
For sale at past five or six winters at the College CLEANED, patronage solicited

Arms are at present at St. Petersburg. we get through with them you will
In the --- --- -- --
will be DeLand later -----
They at
Walters .PharmacyWATTS season. have Brand New Garments. No "Job" too

Misses Annie Lee and Ida Dinning, difficult for us to do. Skirts and Coats

two attractive young ladies from Kentucky cleaned by "The New Process." We have

spending the winter with the secured the services of a First-Class Tailor
-- ----- -------- and attending Stetson .
Gardner
-
Mioses
To all our customers' we send
----It: passed the holidays,, with a friend at from Jacksonville, for Ladies' Garments ?J: ill Most hearty New Tear'sgreetings
;
1'anipa. only. Give us a trial. Phone 63 ,
Fashionable Hair Dressing, Manicuring -
NSW Hoping that in the coming
year
and Shampooing done at the Ladies' Oscar H. Davis Dress Better-Pay Less We may have frequent meetings -
Parlor, at the College Arms, by a professional
: ;
Hair Dresser. For farther la "f
I Then here's to lack ind pluck { J
formation call, or ring op, the College and wealth, '

THE HARDWARE MAN Arms' hotel A happy life and blessed health I
order J. Cra-
--------.....-.......-.-........-.....-..-.....-------..--..------------ -. Mrs. Fred W.Smith received by wire Fine harness made to ,at DR. R. GOLDSTEINOptic
nor's new harness shop tf
of the deathof :
last Monday, the sad news
her mother at the California home .+.
I Will'shortly move into new quarters, next to MM. Smith left that afternoon attend Fire! Fire! SpecialistOF .".".".".,

my present location, where I will have ample room the funeral services, which takes placeat The National. See '1'. E. Arnold, Ago TAMPA AS IN THE PAST

to display a very large new stock of eveerything,; the former home at Chicago
carried in the hardware line, and I ask you to call School: COmmIA.loner Prevatt was at will be In DeLand, with office at the We shall carry only the best and

;. and see the extensive stock I will have on display. the county seat from Seville, the first HAYWARD INSURANCEAGENCY. most complete line of Groceriesin
of the week He U succeeded on the PUTNAM INN'FRIDA
y!. It la the best line of goods to be had, and you pay board for the north end district by Mr. the future as has made our

no more than for the cheaper grade of ooda. E.! M. Woolwlne, also of Seville who .
.
** t store the popular place it is today.
board this
of the
attended the meeting
1 HAVE AN AI..FLUMBIE to do,your plumbing Y )
week.: Collector We still represent the Leading and > February 8 and 9. A. H r. WOODALL Phone'7sTHE

_._ _._ _. ._ .__.._ .. .. As provided by law, Tax American Fire Insurance Compa -
' ----- ------- --- -- --- SATURDAY
". ; : : Smith la at his office at the court hOUM.tor } ,
SashDaors, Blinds, and all Kinds of Building' the month of January, to Issue re- mel, among which is the: (Two.Days Only)

all desiring to pay their OF HARTFORDWith .
cetpts to parties ETNA -- --- ------ ---- --
-- .
_. --- '--'--
and Plumbing Goods Always o>i Hand. state and county taxes. Better attend '
whfle It U convenient to see us since 1872.. ,MARSH MARKET OWe
examined and 1
*._--_.-_...._--.._----... -----...-_._---......_--_._--_.._--,.-.----.- to tl now Eye glasses scientifically "
the collector. Don't chil
adjusted. neglect your '
R. G. Ware, a well known citizen ot Dwellings and Contents a Specialty dren's eyes.' All eye troubles, nervous handle' the'best 'meats to, be had, both Florid*:'and.

W. C. WATTS Providence recently sold to Russell hi*drag Taylor bad- Compare our -comprehensiveand new and headache relieved., Consultation ; Western. We can supply you with the choicest cuts ,ofj;'
new M thai place
and ha* moved fo DeLand. Bradford liberal "Forma",with other.: and examination free. -abgth4ng'in.i our, .;Courteous attention. .nd,.prompt J,:

.; :(DeLand. ,:Florida oonnty can 111 afford to lose suoh citlen E. H., HAYWARD I 'delivery.' ,Give us your next order.MARSH ., 'I' .'r x"
.
', .
and his departure Issincerely "'' I : \ ,J. ;k..V
Wan jJ : )
\
*a* Mr
, .' i regretted.-8tarke Telegraph. 37 S.Boulevard '. DeLaad, FI.I!.' OFFICE HOURS: 9 .. m. to 4 p. n!. BROTHERS .o". t;i., :,L LI : :. ..-.. apt! :>. ,.
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Final Discharge [Notice of: rmal Discharge.

'.' J'o"the''January*Meeting ofi '" :,a.. '::'':'Io:1.'' '''''' ,... ;;;;;:..;,.a.. I Notice to Non-Resident.! Notice-of that be under- Notice Is hereby given that the under.
-THE PIGEONS WON. f Circuit Notice I* hereby given signed' administratrix' of the- estate ofitnlpb
MIRAGES. Judicial '
WONDERFUL Seventh /
the School Board. Si TWlberc. to Uobtp J JBaptist In of Circuit Florida Court in and for Volusla .ouot1.In algned admlnlatr.torot tt&&& H.Barker,'will on the 10th day of
j I 1. T. liemuaryB WO, present her final re
. 1/l'be Board met Moad&ye.eDllla. Jan In Spite of Clipped Wings They Qo Chancery. ille his final. \, ,
Illusion
Pals* Palcsef Tnrlf and &.,... ,I.CC:44: of 'fSntyg : ffl count-to- the County Judge of Volusla'
vl I WI't.b. with all member present.J > Back on 'TI...*. 1 In' the Dardan*!!**. .....C':.C.....:.
{Jf The minutes,, of th.laat meeting were The colonel was something of a The peak of Tenerlfe known\ among Church. Harry v.Mook.| and Florida that. and be ,be aok discharged that a. .uob admini'- and mlnlstrstrlx.ask for a final discharge as such .d.

read and) approved. pigeon fancier and hud so much con deep sea sailors as the ""fal* peak. I To Harry Monks trator MABELLI G. BARREl!,

.'f Chairman Chandler reported that hand fldence In a certain strain of homers Owing to some peculiarity of- the atmosphere REV. J. E. GATES Pastor. You are hereby required to appenr to 'IblsOot. 23, iwo. bAM FLOWERS Administratrix' '
ba was making a bobby of that when It Is always seen by mirage Services on Sunday will be as follows: tbe bill of complaint died herein "lto'.nst' Administrator This July Oth 1008. I
Hnpt. BotH met' Deo. 16th ar.iiwned hl. friend tb* major proposed a .wage direction from Bible School. .. .. .. . ...10..a. m. you In the above entitled onu" Instructions In1! exactly the opposite .. ... It U 1IMW.'
warrants, according to colonel removed the limit. Morning Service. a. m. ---------
the> ,which It Us*, and only the fact that all J.B.Y.P.U..8:00p.m.B.Y.P.U The Volusla County Beoord la hereby designated

given at the last meeting.Bapt. We'll .make It a suppuh" said .tb* captains know that the mirage appears .. .. .. .. .6:45p.iii as the newspaper In which this order

Botta reported R very pleasaa major. "Yo' black boy will tote a palnlovaa long before the, true peak Is visible Evening Service .. . .7:80: p. m. shall be published once week lor four
and meeting of the State to the cyans au' ship them to St. consecutive weeks.. J
prafltable through the most powerful glass prevents Morning subject. "How to Pay Witness my hand and will of office this _
Educational oclPlUan at Gainesville, Lonay, wuush they all to be Ubahratedn many a ship from sailing many Church Debts. In the evening, an 17th day of December. \. l I'. I'I' (Ji.IHBAI .

and beet of all. that the limitation of thSchool 1 wagah they ab not back miles out of hr course. It Is bard for Illustrated lectnre on "Life and Missions [ ;] HAM'L: D JORDAN. ,

Board and of the various organ In tw* days sab" a greenhorn to believe that the majes In China Clark. l"berWrvck
U M.
BUMNKTT
Tb colonel accepted crated his Onest All are welcome.
tic mountain towering astern or
cation* land official of DeLand. ba I purple Solicitor for Complainant.
pair and Included: a not to the *z
beam only ashort
apparently
the
and that tile 1900 meet on port -
been aoo pted, (IrMa agent with th* churgws. Mean distance off Is In reality mile thrlxtlan Church : "Elastic Bookcaseand _

log of that BBSooiatiou will ba held. 1 III wkll th*'najor commuuod rwltb.Joe. away In exactly the opposite direction E. W. SEARS. Pastor. Notice.Notice Oesk combined.

DeLand. Ha stated that the next meet tfc* colored boy and after the tenderIng and tbe seemingly solid earth at which Sunday School . .. . 1000am.: Is hereby given that the undersigned ( _

In* of State Colored Teachers' AIt OCI.... of A certain half dollar and prom- h* Is gating la only a reflection on the Communion and Preaching. .11:00: a. m. guardian of the estate of John A. Permit s. much or as little
Christian Eudeavor .. . 6,43, m. llvnian, E 0 il\man, Laura Hymnn t e d.
two wonlJ aleo be in DeLand. lees 'of Immunity from the consequaaoM of the air. Many weird p. book space as w.n _
of the colonel's wrath later clear mirror Evangelistic Service. . . 7:80: p. m. Raleigh( Hymnn. and an unnamed Infnnt Comprises Desk Unit with _
Proposition were received from eeveral tales are'told' of shipwrecked men who miners will, on the aotii day or January
companies relative to fire'eecaps .Joe agreed to- cUp the pigeons'\ wings have steered for the false peak In the Bv request the minister will preachon A. I> 11X10, apply to tbe honorable county; few or many Book Units as __________
sub roaa. the Lord's/ 8npp-r Sand ay morning judge of Volusla county, Florida at his or- desired. Roomy convenient _
for the DeLand school bonne. Owln, expectation, of finding land and have A (5flPm-Ki! 'presentation of the subject Hoe in DoLuml for an order to sell the .attractive. Call and seen _
to the financial embarrassment caosed Two day passed and the major presented perished of hunger and thirst while will be !given including a discussion of south ball (stf of the south bnlfsK of loseven or write for catalogue 105

the blmMlf duly at th. colonel's.Th pursuing the phantom mountain. the following questions: How often ((7)), antI also .an uuilivliled, one-nil, & Co.AOBNTS .
the recent decision of Supreme ALLEN
by F.
J.
colonel eyed him with suspicious Sometimes the passengers and crew shall it b- observed What kind of Interest said minors 111 the south huh l lsU
Court the Board decided to lay on the ...rro .... the lookout for tile false wine shall be used Shall communionbe ( ) of the north hahfn4)) of lot seven ((7) ,
vessel
of a on
and the faith one-fourth, uK) of lot seven
table the- matter of fire for the "Hav atirtredr asked the I (
eecapes ttt7 major "close"?
and beautiful "open" or In
und
peak sa a much rarer more ((7), all ofBuiil l property Mug being ,FLA.'S .
present.. gnytr.: mirage, that of a ship In the sky Evening subject "Confession That is section three (3); ). township eighteen (IK) DBLAND,
The routine business was attended said the colonel Unto Salvation" evangelistic sermon thirty east.
regular "They beY. sab, It usually appears about 10 o'clock In I south range one ((81)

to and the following financIal with dignity; "they hey but those two the morning about ten degrees above This 1'eo 23, 190 HUBERT$. U. UYMAN.
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statement was. submitted and approved : pldclua. ash bev the so'est feet I evah the horizon and under full sail everydelicate Guardian
saw on a bM, san.."-Browning's Mag Presbyterian Church
and most clearly
'8 tapering
spar
Balance on band last report. 6,830
acln.1 REV. BENJ. B. KNAPP Pnxtor.. Notice of Final Discharge
vlalbl against the blue ether and even ,
Receipts for the month .... 801 01)Warrant. ) x
this the play of light and shadow In the Sunday School . ... . .9:45: a. m Notion heieby given that the undersigned -
outstanding BE SUREYOU'RE RIGHT.Than bellying canvas plainly discernible to Preaching Service .11 a. m arlmlnlsffaior of the estate of L.V.

date. .. .. .. .. . 6,093 7 tI die naked eye. It generally remains In Y. P. 8. C. E.. .. . .. .8:48: p. m Slum, deceased will on the 15th day or Favorite

...... Long TMnk and Mind half hour or mar before February, A. D. 1909, file his Sinai) account
sight am
Total. .. .. . ... .(18.83563Warrants '....ur.Owa Bu__. gracefully fading away. Th oldest with the.county judge of Volusla be oountYI -
I First M. E. Church Florida, nd. ask that the" same Buy
outstanding last re- The other day'a man traveling 011' ashore mariner can never remember having Rev. WM. J. HARKNESS, Ph.D., Pnstor end thit be,be discharged as, such :adinlnls-: Fertilizers

report ..,. . .. ....... 1110 00 llu train noticed protruding seen the mirage of a steamer In that tralor.
I Sunday School . .. . .. 9:45 a. m This Aug. 15th,
Warrants turned this month 12,17584* trotn .an vrb ad rack J a dress'suit latitude, bat always that of a full rigged Preaching Service. .. .. .. .11:00 .a. m 1908J.. B> ODUM

Balance on hand this d"te. 99 19 .as. which lie recognized: as belonging ship and this peculiar fact has Holy Communion.. .. ... ... Administrator.

--- to a friend. H* knew,that his ,friend' glvn birth to many romantlo legends Epworth League .. .. .. .' 6:45: p. m Manufactured by

alwaysgot off at- the -.tat1ouAwhIcb bout the ship In the sky aU connect. Preaching Service. . .. 7:80 p. m. Notice of Final Discharge.
Total. .. ... . ..... .'18.32S us
they bad just passed, and as be was Jail It In some way with the false peak. Union services will be held in this COMPANY
After expressions of fraternal goodwill not In the seat the conclusion .wa. hi The vicinity; of the Dardanelles Is church at 7:30: p m. Dr. Harkness will Notice U hereby given' that the under.01 SANDERS FERTILIZER
Oerslgnnl admintalrntor 01 tbe estate
from the various members and regrets syllable that he bad Juuop.d.oX the the real home of mirages, and It is seldom preach" tbe sermon on "Mary Magda Peter Rawlins and Mattle Uawllns will on I

that the present cordial and pleasant train and forgotten It. that amy vessel sails along the lene. the 10th d ly January, A. L>. 1U09, presto Fla.
music the choir. Jacksonville
Special by his final account to the County Judge ot ,
relations to end Th man called tbe conductor and Syrian const without seeing one or ,
were to come an All friends and strangers invited. Volusia <<.: Fla., together with the
the Board declared themselves ready tl> explained tbe can to him. After some more. Oddly enough, the mirage. of vouchers, ountYk for a final discharge M .....-....-
discussion and 1\ mild protest on tbe tbe Dardanelles are always tbe reflections such administrator.
receive the credentials of their saccessors. part of the conductor that It wasn't a of objects that can t>e seen with Methodist Episcopal Church, South GEO. P. COLBY Dealers In all kinds of fertilizing :Materials,

The newly-elected members presented part of his duty the suit case was put the nuked eye and are Invariably; distorted U. S. TABOR P. O. Administrator Agricultural Chemical, Insecticides, Poultry

their commissions, which were off at the next station, with Instructions In grotesque and fantastic carl Sunday School.. .... .. .. .10 a. m This July.9tb 1908. Incubators, Brooders -

examined' and accepted.On to send it back on tbe first train csturos of tbe things reflected. It is Preaching . .. .. .. .. ... ....11110.D.. Foods, Poultry Supplies,

motion, the final adjournment of the other way. certainly startling to see a steamer Epwortb League. .. .. .. .6:45: p. m Notice to Creditors.Notice and Malthoid Roofing .

the Board was then ordered. Th man, feeling that be bad done bearing down, with her mast where Preaching..7:8): )) p. m
Prayer Meeting . .Wednesday night Is hereby given that the undersigned -
The new Board immediately con an able and friendly; act. settled down her water line nnd should be and the has been appointed by the Hon. J.

vened and effected their organization for the rest of his journey.But water line where the tops of the masts toe MoCrory.judge<<: ot tbe
bv electing (teo. F'. Crouch .as. chair not for long. The fac* of his and funnel ought to show while her Catholic Church. Court of Volusla county, }Florida admlnls. ,s ,
trutor of the estate Mrs. Scott late
o. Mary
who had been In the smoker add- M. J. CURLEr, Pastor.
friend, decks are In the right place thus awl
of sntd all creditors
man.After First Mass . .. .. . 6:30 deceased county ,
briefly i stating their general and who happened on that particular lag to her uncanny appearance, but a. m lugutcea. distributees, aud all other person
Mass and Sermon . ..10 '
afternoon to be going on to New Lon this la a frequent sight near tile Dar High a. m having claims or demands against said estate "
relative to schools and teachers, ,
polio Sunday School .. . .. .11:15: a. m are hereby required to present the FERTILIZING .
don to attend a dinner party-loomed danelles. There is on peculiar feature SPRING
the Board adjourned to meet Feb. 1st. EvenizigService.7:80: p. in.St. fame duly authenticated, to the under
A. O. BOTTS. Snpt before him. of tbe mirages which hover near the signed, within Ibu limo prescribed by .law,
The moral of this Is of course quite false peak-the real objects of which or tbe same will be forever b"rred.WILLIAM Be on tlmo. Give your trees a good start this 1

S's evident they are reflections are so far away llurnabug Episcopal: Church. Administrator of SCOTT the estate spring. Help tbem to throw 1 off the old egg-ladened

DeLand W. C. T. U. B* sure ;you'r right and then mindyour that very often they are never sighted REV. CAMPBELL GRAY, Rector. of Mar)' Scott, deceased leaves that will soon infest the who'.e: tree. Give your
own business.-Life. until! long after tbe reflection bas van- Jan. 10.
Sunday, Orange City, Fla., Oct. SO, 1U08. make.
Christian Cents
The Woman's Temperance work for now
Ished. and sometimes not at all.-New Holy Eucharist .. .. . . 7 a. m tree food that It may you.
Union have been celebrating. Last Friday Ov.rboard."OY.rboanl" York Tress. S Morning Prayer... .. .. 9 a. in Executors' Notice. dollars later on. Note our three distinct formulas:

night was the twenty-fifth aunt Is engraved 01a metal Sunday Scbaol . .. . ". 9:80: aD.. SPECIAL MIXTURB NO. I,
versnrv of the Union in UeLaml. Miss I label fastened to articles of Th. Lien's Attack. Litany and Holy; Eucharist with Notice Is hereby gives that the under- PERUVIAN ORANGE-TREE GROWER
many paraphernalia Sermon, .. . .. ... ..10:30a. m slgne I have been appointed to take out an
Minnie E. Nealt
here from Jacksonville. Oar Mien Neal modern war vessel. It means that the rick Courteney Selous says In his next week as the rector will be in at John B. Htetson deceased and all person We want to send you our booklets. especially the
sn'l the ba article marked should be thrown book: "As a rule I think a lion seizes having claims or demands against: said as-
UaLand so
belongs to state tendance upon the convocation in tate are be.obv: required to present the two new citrus leaflets that are tbe best writings ever
lives mostly at Jacksonville. It seem d overboard whenever action with an a sleeping man by the bead, and In Tampa. same duly authenticated, to the under published on the subjects.
if Jacksonville gets wore than be .aemTw ship becomes Imminent. Alcohol that case unless It la a very old and Sunday at St. Timothy's Orange City sinned or to their legally authorized attorney -
as cheats, turpentine tanks pulnta. weakly animal death must usually be Evening prayer and sermon 7:30: p.in and agent Isaac &. Stewart of D...- Write for them today.

share of citizen from other towns. spars unnecessary batches and! Instantaneous as Its great fang teeth Land Fla., within tbe fine prescribed l hy .s..I.. ..Thn. With Citrus Tress, Dio-Back-il. Cau... and
spar
Miss 'Neal was at her best, and,) 01... other article easily destroyed; or splintered will be driven Into tbe brain through Glenwood Presbyterian Charcli. law GEORGE A. KLSKSSEK Tr
lighted: her audience with her freedom by shell lire are thus labeled. the thickest negro skull." Similarly, J. HOWEI.L tU\IMINOII.: : Ftrtlllzlnx, Irish Potatoes, Florida Strawberries,Ideal Fertilizers.
GEO. N. : Pastor
of manners and wealth of facts on eo The-president of Occident college, California when a lion attacks an animal It tries REV. MACDONALD Executors of the estate 01 Mr W. llar.rissor address
Morning Service. .. .. .. .10 a. m' John B Stetson deceased Call on our Local Agent,* : W. :
the bead the throat-at
to at the
important subject as TemperanceAll worda get or
a. to said to nave given the .. DeLand Fla., Oct. 30,HI08.
Sunday School. .. .. .11 a. m
were Interested, to the end, and new meaning In civil life when he vitals of the animal. Says Mr. Salons: Fertilizer
Christian Endeavor .. .. . 7 p. m Wilson & Toomer Company
many were surprised to bear what a 1 I- used It to ballasts those who are unfit, "My experience Is that when a single S. Notice of Final Discharge i

vance had been made In Florida. 'he nsol** or Inapt In the struggle of life. lion tries to kill an ox or a buffalo It

south and the world. It la a strong word and aa such can be Invariably seizes tt near the muzzle What Others Say Abont It. Notice Is hereby given that six month JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Flowers, always such a welcome gift appropriately; applied to men and with one paw and usually; succeeds In Many of the best people in Tennessee arter date, towlt: on the 16th day. ot April,
either breaking Its victim's neck or and adjoining states recommend St.JOBepb' A. U. MM I will present my nnal aoooun
were taken to !Miss Neal>y wee little thing wbtcb when a ship must go to Liver for approval to Hon. J. Lee McC'rory<<: County .
battle ar. not necessary or material to causing It to break tt Itself by; its own Regulator as being a Judge of Volusla county, Florida at his .11
Klrls. and responded to In it few In When several Uona splendid laxative and liver medicine office the Court House In DeLand Fla. -
the end daairsd.-Army and Navy Life.' weight falling. lit ,
words. ; attack an ox or a buffalo thy will Its[ occasional use will keep the system as guardian of Kdtth: : Bond, and ask for a -.-- ---.____________________________-- -- -- ------ .... ..
The DeLand Union next presented ID good condition, thus assisting nature discharge as such guardian
often bite and tear It all and take
Hr Own Doctor. over establish good health It will remove This Oct. lltb( lOOt!.
Neal with dollars
Miss ten silver for a
"
A Washington woman recently; hired I a long time to kill It. the bile and effete matter from the 8. A. WOOD

state life membership Mrs. Dean spokeof a nesnGoins to the kitchen one system, and, as a rule, nature "will do Guardian. I

this gift in her earnest way and day; she was amazed to find the ne- Curious Old La_ the rest Try it It is well endorsed. BOld umber/ \ ompalY

called for the ten young girls to brin grass sitting on tbe floor, with her Some of the old laws of Nepal India, It la made In both liquid and powders. I
were curious Killing cows ranked Druggists and dealers sell it, liquid, 50 Notice to Creditors.
forward the ten bright dollar Miss hair out from her bead like
standing Will quote prices and supply from their near tbe depotat
cAnts a bottle ; powders in tin boxes, you you yards
NeaJ'e deep appreciation was noted ,In a black nimbus. Th girt was pull- with murder as a capital offense for 25 cents a box. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and DeLand with best cypress and yellow! pine
lock and then another In Instance. Every girl at birth was married all persons having any demands or claims
her acceptance of this gift. It Is IDa one curly;
supposed s.c
Miss Nenl's, name is the first on such a way as to suggest that she bad with great ceremony to a betel deceased against ,the to estate present of the Henry same A.to Wright the nndersignod ,. Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
lost her fruit, which was then cast Into a sacred Arrival and Close of Malls al? DeLand. .
this list of life memberehlp, as this suddenly, reason. within the time prescribed by' ,
As the fate of fruit
stream. the
"What on ,earth are you doing law or the same will be barred.
feature Is a new-one in the state work Maryr gasped die lady of the house. was uncertain the girl was supposednever AHRIVK. Glenwood, Fla., Nov. 27.1908.HARRIETT Shinges Laths Etc
From North ... .1:33 an.1I1:20p.M.
been created at Goal las l : dl. WRIGHT, ,
having "Nawtbln', ma'am; only: I has got a to become a widow. To obtain ". South. .. ...... .. ... 8:43: P. M. Administratrix.
,November:" eoN throat ..',w. jest trytn' to find divorce from a husband a wife bad Night Mail (North and South) ....1:80 A. M All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered

Kev. Dates grave an '.address on the d* lock: Oat would pull stab palate up only to place a betel nut under his pillow CLOSK. anywhere in the cIty.

and In Nepal the is Going North .... ..... ....... .2:40P.M.
,work in DeLand for the years gone by an" relieve d* Ockl\*."-New York Her.Th depart. day; .. Notice.
Sou\h..11:40 A M. and S
considered to begin when It Is light P.M.
to present work.A aJ4.. for Orange _
enough to count the CUesi on tIe roof In supplement to his talk was the sermon Might Mall. (North and South). ...9 P. M.
Florida.In .
*. Field .hopsrThat .distinguish tfc* .hairs on a man's
Malls close nil nififi tm
in is
of last Sabbathnight,- at the woman always keeps m* land against the sky. I of trains. inure. the matter o( the estate of William flALSBY MACHINERY COflPANY
Baptist church on the occasion of the I Miller. deceased.To I
gnraring. said the grocery: clerk as Florence L. C. Miller. Ada Miller and ; :33 Ocean Street Jacksonville, Fla.
Temperance mass meeting. ah went out. "I never can tell till Wedding Ring Mottoss. William Miller of ,.Alken U. C.. and .

,- the lat minute >what she. la going tony. The custom of Inscribing within the WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO. Benjamin W. Currier Boston, Mass, Telephone No. 574
Just abe the coffoel hoop of tb betrothal or wedding ring and all other persons Interested:
'The collections of last Friday night > now priced Whereas Edith Stanler Miller, MS adminIstrator We carry at Jacksonville a larjre!
at silver anniversary Of W. C. T,'U. at I gar her the rtee*-3ft seats, 88, SOL a motto or "posy" as It was called. of the estate of Wiilliara. Miller de- and complete stock of Portable and

Christian l church! and at mass meeting 06,40. was formerly very prevalent. Hamlet Their Unceasing; Work Keeps Us ceased, has died ,her petition setting forth Stationary Engines, Boilers and SawMills :!
'1. your twnty-flv cent coffee any asks, "Is this a prologue or the posy; of Strong and Healthy. that there are debts due and owing by the all WoodWorkingMachinery;

at Baptist church last Sabbath nighr goodr she asked m*. a ring?' Some posies were very ten- All the blood in the bod passe through estate of the said William! Miller, deceased.,, all kinds of !Saws' Belting and Mill

were large. and are to 04 used in the 'Tee,* said I; 'bang up.1"Then der and beautifuL Among the more the kidneys once every three minutes Tbe and that to the the personal same; prouerly and that is the Insuffl.ilent said _ Supplier. We have many thousands

W. C. T. O.work of DeLand. ,' saM abet 'give me a pound appropriate posies may be mentioned kidneys tiller tbe blood. They work night Wm. Miller pay died seized and possessed of _______ of satisfied customers who will testify
'Deur'' and day. Wben healthy they remove about he following described real estate. lylnp to the merits of our goods. It will
of yonr forty cent, ground fine- corps, an coeur "My heart
S. BOO grain of impure matter dally; when and being: In tbe county of Volusla and par you to get our PRICES and TERMS
GE 0. C.'BOLLES POLICE JUDGE. New York Pwss. and I until I die" and "I am 'yours"from .unhealthy some part of this Impure matter state of Florida, towlt Lot B In block: In oefore buying- We are general Southern -
BEETHOVEN. slxteoenth century rings. "Love is left la the blood. This brings on many he sub-division within the town of Ormond agents for FARQUHAR Engine ,
ever," "Lor true, 'tis joy." and "Time disease and sjmptonis-pain In the back, known as "Ormond; Beach," as per plat oltbe killers and Saw Mills A postal will brine our salesman Write for lllus-
neudaohe hot
Well Known Succeeds nervousness dry skin rheunmatlm same" filed in tbe olBce of the Clerk of! trated
Young Lawyer esseneth not love" from the catalogue.
my seven .
Hi* Composer's Own Story *f How H* gout, gravel, disorders of the eyesight he Circuit Court of Volusla J. C. Gambling, Who Resigned. I Bam Daf. teenth century "Love me," "My soul and bearing dizziness, Irregular on pane 94 of Map Book 1, praying Inand
will keep thin to heaven"and beait, debility drowsiness, dropsy deposIts -
company by said petition that she have the
Charles Nests,. -on. a visit to Vienna, may
Beginning this morning it is Judge .... either "En-ma fldellte je flnlral ma vie"from niters In the urine, eto. But if you keep tbo order of the court directing bAr to take Intoossession --' ....- I
commissioned 'by i certain right you will\ have no trouble with administratrix
G. C. Bollee, as at 10 o'clock ba takes the eighteenth. In the ring which your kidneys.J. > as of the estate
Dnglsh authorities to Induce Beethoven he real estate hereinbefore described Now is
as assets the time
bis seat as municipal judge of the city to visit England or was persuading "Florlael" (afterward George IV.) gave N. Sawyer, living on Rich avenue De- of the estate for the payment ol debts to order
of Miami. to: the hapless Perdita were the words (I.aod. Fla.. says: "1 have not the slightest and sell the same for said purpose together
him to do so on his own" account awl hesitancy in leeommendlng Doan' Kidney
,Yesterday morning was Judge Gram- as an allurement be .spoke of the an- "Je change qu'en monrant-Unalterable I'llla) as they have given me splendid relief. with Now the therefore Incidental this charges Is to of said. sale;

ling's last appearance'ai judge of the terlortty of the English aurlabi In their to my Frdtta through llf.." hsd been an invslld for years' end my kid. the said, Florence L. C. !Miller command, Ada Miller you,, Simon ''Pure No. 1for 1

city.tribunal, and In retiring. thai ratmnt of *or dlsass and.held out ,"ney'f the gave too frequent me great action annoyance ot the on kidney account'PereUon. -and Wllllnm all Miller and Benjamin W. Currier,

be was glad to turn the work I to hopes that'were.Beethoven to,consult A Finland;' Festival. .. I have also suffered a gi,eat deal on the 20th other day persons of interested A. ,D.to appear

i his successor. Judge Holies will not* be them a* might
unacquainted with the duties of the e f relief Beethoven shook:his head. In Finland" contains this pretty bit of about throuan Doan's my loin Kidney Home: i'llls time.and ago procured I read Florida, and show cause why the prayer ol winter. AH the bust: groves use SIMON PURE
"No." lie "I have Ttwisnlted nil folklore "Midsummer Is tb'-ana't an- aid petitioner should not be granted if
office, as he has been on the beoch before said anal festival of Finland.' From them. They relieved tbe backaches, corrected any you have.It FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : :
kinds of doctors and followed their every the action of tbe kidney secretions
: many times and knows quite well reserJptlons. I shall never be cured. height a bonfire leaps to the sky In suit alnoa using them I feel a "great, dealstronger. Ished Is ordered in the ,that Volusla this oltatatlon County Record be pub-, a -.- W-li,*. '*.*'

,how to pass around the days and dol. I will tall you how the thing happened. honor of thai mating of Bight and day. Kidney Pills. I have to recommended of friends,loan's) weekly newspaper for thirty days. E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville FM.

lars to those who.have fallen. from. the "I ,was writing an opera. I bad to who are then united. The Finns possess they have slwsys many given satlMaotlon.my and Witness my band ana official seal this '
llth day of December A. D. 190$. -
ways. of goodness deal with a very tiresome and cnprlkraa a poetical legend relating to thisannual t'orsaleby all dealers Price 5tcents) J.
[ISSALI] LEn
'"Judge will hart custom. Kolt and Amartk. the Fosler-MUburn I CM., Budalo, N. ,Y., soleagi'uta MoUBOBT It will be "SIMON!' PURE" on the
QralBbliog a rest on- tenor. I bad already written two for the < Judge of the
i i til next Tae.dMly morning when be will mat arias to the same words neither sunset,and sunriss beseecbd the lord the United o.me-DOIID'IIDd mates.Remember take Court, of. Volusla County, gets the PAINTER WAREHOUSE completed at the depot.

I ib* swurnidga tooanly judge.-Miami of which pleased him, and also a third at the sky: to give them permission tobe no other. Florida When you want a bag. ,of Fertilizer that makes things

(.Hews-Records' which h* did not care for tbe first time > eternally a bride and bridegroom hump see him.

.-- -.-.-." -- b. tried IV. although h* took It away and once a ;year to cla.p each other In Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un Notice of Application for Tax Deed
I. j with him I.was thanking heaven I heir glowing arms" di-r 9--ctlon S. Chapter: 48S8.:! Laws of Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888

,ir o. .. \MI/ilolu jorSweetziess.In'st1ment bad don with htm and-had began to Florida Laws of Florida. --- -

\ 'just prepared by the seta myself to !something els* which A Lssson Free'H.'we.* Notice is hereby given that A. H, MoNary NoticeIs hereby given -that Ob... Mo.lary 4.

'Bnrean of Statistic of the government I bad laid asld I had hardly worked Toung gentleman",lectured th*'eminent. purchaser taxoertiflonto No. 1270. doted; purchaser of tax certificate No 11M, San Jose'Scale and
I ated tb. Itli day of June IS91I.! has died the 8th day of June, A. D. 18U7 has White
It Is shown thai the average American( at It half boor FlyFor
before heard .
an I t Instructor, /"you,ara old enough .Id oertinoate In my offlee and has made filed said certificate In my office and has
.otrtaea. oonsnana ball. biB own-weight insugar knock at the Ooor-which I recognized now to put away; the childish and triv. "I'I'UoaUon| for tax deed to issue in a<:oord- I made application for tax deed to issue in

yearly and the ingHr bill of tbe as that of ssy $enco.I .. tel amusements-that sufficed for yon altos with law.' Said eertldoate embraces accordance with law Bald certificate em San Jose, Scale. .onPeach, Trees and' White' Fly and
country aggje fla..>r 1,000,000 for very he following" described property situated braces the following described
sarsAK.vMffom my: taLl' In such when were Learn, 1_ property sit
yon ;younger.
In Vomits uated other Insect
In Pests
day in She ,_1'- eounty.Florld.t..I" Volusla county Florida, towlt: on range Trees with "Schnarr's
.' of a'wg that as the man cam into the !son from the dumb brutes and even Lot 1<$, sob of river lots and 8X, Ormond Lot B, blk a, La Vega,Ormond. spray
.Th the
quantity. tbe sugar' produced room I Dong myself upon, the door as from the rptlls3. whoa thy arrive at Tbe said land being assessed at the date The said land being ssseurd at the date Insecticide." Mixes readily with cold water. !\
On(td States' .
qnantily' brought
Uy do on the .ta...". flier* be threw maturity they comport themselVeS with of the Issuance. or snob 'oBitllioata,In the of the Issuance of snch certificate In the
IrIOpI.our .owu Island, abe.Imported ame of O. L. .
Stewart. of ,
name Mrs
; Unless said (l. H. Murray Unless said
8110....' a total conenmptlod'of ot from 7, up.Ms anna and .gesticulated llluaratlon a, certain dignity." nrtlduaU shall' be redeemed aooordlsg to cerilacate. shall be redeemed aeoordlng- to Money promptly refunded if results are satisfactory.

i OOftUOO.OOO f to. 8.000.000.000 poandsiyr a ). "but I.. fU npon my hands "It Isnt so with the rattlesnake, pro- aw, lax deed will lasns thereon on the Mb law., tax deed will Issue thereon on the .11th
die total for 1907 bring 7.06".867. When I got. op'I found't Was deaf, "essor," ebjsjstsa tile bunt man'.with d., of February A.'DI19011. ;_ day, ol February A. D. 1909.

879 DMH>dS..r TP* average oqnimmptlonfor aad boom>tliataojnnt.ll>ar. twnaln4 IM bad *,... "It*.older b* grows tile Witness my .fflouI signature and sest Witness my official' signature and seal LOCAL*AGENTS : ''I J. SCHNARR & CO.MANUFACTURERS
this the 1st day of January *f D, 1909.. this to*itt day of A, .
January, JD. 1800.
IWT shows 84 8-6'pounds pr capita. The doctor said I thieved the more rattles lie plays with."-Chicago fs AU 8ANPL &.MOBOAN 4.W.'FISHER PeLted II -
", ......-.-JM. U's-rUf* ot.B** hva." Vr.z .. clmnl 1'C.IUoart: V"( ,. ,Clerk Circuit ct Volosia
r < -- (So., I'a. I. C.Q aOUNSOH. S.wlllt ORLANDO. FLA5