The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
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System ID: UF00087347:00265
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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: ksGO.aL: : :: : D'.A.V ALL OVER THE COUNTY Jerry Kelley of Emporia, two of as If You Want' the! BEST ORANGE 'WRAPS'Ask

; : : ,& good men and oltliens as live on these ;
, ITEMS (OF INTEREST WAFTED TO sand ridge., under the shining stars of

I { ESTABLISHED 1869 THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Old Glory, came forward last week and

dropped a year' subscription into Old 4Ufl3rel
2J5-Z38"West Street New York CORRESPONDENTS.
Dan Tnoker's grab Bat for Editor Pre-

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AUCTION, SPECIALISTS Pierson.W. cratio Mr. Carllle-ls Mulligan a guard sober,and truthful a faultless Demo-, &te l std; t: # i g r : t r at y r:'itoQl S o, r t" + 'd r' C

IN H North, of Rice Creek, was here well-posted, punctual,pushing and com '} l a n t I .u

visiting relatives last week. petent woodman for the Bond Lumber ,
FLORIDA'ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES : ETC Company and has proved himself a a R
Robert Jones, one of onr beet youths, very valuable, trustworthy + t O ,, tl7
m..le.a. bnalneaa trip to DeLand last pastmaater
Consign your fruit to a house which guarantees week. In the discharge of that duty for the ,,f al R r O a N'St

market value returns and last couple of years. Now.Capt. Kelleynor A
sale [
prompt top quick Willie
Woodard and two bright little r ,

A SQUARE DEAL FROM START TO FINISH. eon,of New Smyrna, are here visiting to Introduce Mr.Carllle either don't need of them any write Capt.up e !l .. lei; ; z 1f'rC 3 r !

his parents Kelley ig identified with the lighthouse n e e liecp ,

WE SELL AUCTION DAILY Capt. J.C.Prevail and Charlie, Smith, service and his post Is the beacon !lightsat

: .J SuVllle, were! among this whole souled the St. Jobns river and Lake George 0 4O % eRya

___ _..... people Sunday bur, Comrade Kelley la a

___ nn __ __ ____ _________ Axel Erlckaon and his bright, cheer.fal and a shining example of patriotism pure man q't

,M + nsles wife, of Barbervllle, were In this He nerved three years In the Civil Waras : .' rt

r H. iMM ti MM-MM' bracing air Sunday. "; a second lieutenant in the Tenth .e r d + I ., r TI
New York
Mrs. Jamison, the handsome helpmate Cavalry ac a brave and gal-

Representing ot Carl! Johnson of DeLand, spent a lant trooper He is a cool-headeil,capable -

portion of last week here with her worker tn the sanctum of old 1
THE mother Volosla Lodge; No. '77, F; &A. M., in f ai r D ttf 5 .
. E. R. BRACKET! CO. that bright bivouac of life atBarberville
: Isaac Moody, of Emporla, made an sunshine in Dixie-land. Cftc Best arid most economical to Use
order pycfem call here Tuesday. He is

I Commission Merchants sa steady as nn admiral at the guns on ,
1 1I the quarter deck.A Orange City. LOOK FOR THE LABC1.-TMC OAPANCSCOIRL IMfflLO.
312 Washington Street, New York three foot moccasin was capturedand Q. A. DREKA, DeLand, Fla. R. S. MALEY. Daytona Fla.
killed by Mr. Hans Anderson on Mr. M. a Whelden shipped a carloadof ,
I Members of the National League. Bosengrern avenue last Sunday, on his oranges on Tuesday. E. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, Fla.

I FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY:, way from cbnrch. I' The whist club has decided to meet 'h' ..-... ---.. -. ----- -.. --- .
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I I II Mrs C. H. Cede an estimable lady of hereafter every Friday afternoon I place, but has been called to preach the I I

I We Solicit a Share of Your New York Shipments this ideal habitation, spent the tip of At the Library meeting Jan. 13, Prof. .ensuing year at Lawtey, where he will Established/ 1876

I last week the !guest of 'her daughter, Hood was elected president of the association reside, and at Hastings. The love and

REFERENCES: Irving National Exchange Bank,New York; Bradstreet Mra. Byrd, nt Turpentine City. best wishes of this community go with

and Dun agencies; the trade everywhere. rf Mr.. M. C. McBride and her beantlfal The Detwiler packinghouse bus closed Rev. Antle and family in hie new fields P. RUHLMAN .& COMPANY'

estt41 .6MRM1a884._8at8.. ti6 i.94141 ........M*.ra!M daughter, Miss Florence, of this place, for the season,finishing their work here of labor. ...
visited friends on Barberville's sonny thle week. 93 Murray Street 261 Washington Street

slope lest wenk, returning home Run- The Village Improvement Associationwill Seville. ..

hold Its next meeting on Jan. 21. I NEW YORK CITYWe
W. Bredow major: postmaster, All members are nrged to be present. Mr. J. B Orrell paid Pomona a visit.

tracker and prince of tbe orange Indus. Mrs. J W. Cuthbertson and Misses first of this week. make a specialty of handling

.1 PHILIP E. EDDY E EShip try of Ulenwood>1 in this neck of Carrie and Mary Bliss, of Salem, Mass., Judge J Lee McCrory, of DeLand,

the with woods our enterprising Saturday having County Commissioner business are late arrivals at Palmetto Cottage. was down Sunday last, CITRUS FRUITS

The Ladles' Literary meeting was Mr. W. M Woodard, once a resident
bald Wednesday afternoon the here, but now of New Smyrna,! was in -
*********************************************"****** at Orange
The Harper brothers, Nasworthy town first of thin week '
'City Hotel, Mrs. Charles Butler pre. Oranges and :
your brothers, W. H. Powell and W. O. siding. Mr. Crewe, representing the Times- 'Grapefruit

Baker shipped a carload of sweet potatoes The popular Orange City Hotel has Union, was in town latter part of last
to Miami last week and they will week in his paper's interest. We would be pleased to hear from growers
many guests for the winter, but our
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT ship two more as soon as convenient. lost, Mr. Fenn, says he still ha room Several carloads of shell have been re wishing to use the New York Market .

H. Z. Bowen, the millionaire hotel for more< calved at this place. to patch the shell
To. road at this end of the county.
steamship capitalist Coney Island, Every week of 1908.and so far in 1000
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Sew York, and his accomplished wife Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bullock left
have had
we of lilies
bouquet on
F arrived to their handsome winter home our Tuesday of tbls week for Little River, established 3O Vear
PHILIP' E. EDDY Rhoda J Island table: all grown ont of doors "There la
I 10 Emporia last' Tuesday. You matchless but one Florida." Fla., where buy will in future reside.

distinguished guests we extend to Mr. E. M. Woolwine paid a visit to to Hartford Conn.A
Mr. M. Ship
Harris and wife, of Massachusetts .
you the Southern welcome hand. his daughter, Mrs. Sam Varnei, of Den ,
arrived last week and are located
Keep;sour lips buttoned tightly, lad- at Kensington place,with Mr. and ver, and his son R. C., at Palatka the Good New England Market
latter of last week. He
part was accompanied .
dlebncks, Archie Rye one of onr Mrs. R. M. Tucker.
vc IC 'fc3eec3W lc3r1c3rtc3 tra'vt tG lc3rfc3r fct natural born nice young men, now be- by his friend, Mr. Jim
And still they come to tbe EYnwlck. Chanler MARKS BROTHERS:
longs to our good temperance club and
We often wonder where they put them Miss dandle Carlisle, who has been
JAMES W. HODGES stands on the quarterdeck with Hag-
all Mr. Raymond will have to purchase spending the past three months with
Church Street
strom brothers, J. J. Peterson, W. W. 37-39
Representing this property and enlarge the her cousin. Mrs H Prevatt,returned to
and host of other Stonewall .
.J Tedder a hotel. her home in Woodbury, Ga.. Wednesday WANT

JOHN B. DRAKE & CO.Commission Mulligan guards. Mr. and Mrs. Ames Andrea and son, of this week and a certain young
Miss Mary Cade, who has been the
midst is down
man in our wearing a
of Norrletown
Penn, are at their win Oranges Grapefruit PineapplesALSO
E.l.bibhed In 1870. charming guest of relatives and friends cast conntenance ,
ter home, in East Orange City. Mr. .. .
10 Lake Helen and DeLand for a week,
Andrea baa B CDS of fruit tbls
returned home Monday. Miss Cade is
94 S. Market St., Boston, Mass. a handsome, queenly little woman and Mr and Mra Grey, who once owned can handle carloads to advantage. Low rates via Clyde Line.
favorite, and the morning .tar
a great
Quit Bun of His Age, but Knew
comfortable home Voloala References: Bradstreet's Dun's
a on avenue, Agency, or
Highest/ /Market Puce Real/zed/ for Good fruit. Returns /Made Daf/y./ Car of the Christian home of manners, neatness It Was Something Fasrful.'
and have spent several winter here. First National Bank of Hartford, Conn.
.. Lots a Specialty. Consignments/ Solicited./ Members Fruit and Pro. ..t and qn.etneea. During a Saturday stroll m the country -
W surprised! their many friends last week
*' !W duce exchange. Boston Han.TUfnvnoen e Mrs. Hans Anderson happened to a a pedestrian came upon an ancient
by returning to spend the winter.
... Fourth National B....k,Bo.ton! Second National Bank Owttto N. Y.s .. bad accident Thursday In some way are at tbe Fenwick. They matte engaged In breaking stones. .......f4166+.kEPf awe'ftwrttwwtttit.aFdt we'fe...4lfttlta.gttit6tlMtyftl.
.tDAILY Drawing him Into conversation, the -
tG, and anytn''rcantfleae..iKy. I she got badly burned from a pan of pe6atrlan ESTABLISHED 1876.
Tbls has been a remarkable winterIn eventually asked the old fallow
boiling catching fire on tbe stove.
grease many respects Tender plant and bow old he was.
She is pretty seriously burned about lowers have not been bnrt by frost "Oh, I dnnno," was the reply/ "but I

,the face, arms and chest That emi much and trees that usually shed their know I be a fearful age!I" THOS. NOONEY & SONS'
.nent physician Dr. DeLong. of Em I "But you must have some general
I eaves have' not dune so and are as green
pone la attending her. The people Idea bow old you are.
wish her a speedy recovery and pretty as In/prinKtime. "No, I dnnno, but I know I be a Jacksonville, Fla.

Mrs Rod Xearful age," was the only estimate
Miss Victoria
Major daughter
Samuel T. Smith clerk In the generalsuperintendent'
R. S. HAMMOND FRUIT CO. and Mrs. Cole, who have been that could be drawn from him.
office of tbe Atlantic COMMISSION
we'll at
"All right; try to get
here several week, left for
Capital Stock 30000. Full Paid., Coast Line Rmlroud Company In Lake- Monday another way," said the pedestrian,
their home in Lanrenoebnr, We .
and, stopped off ,her to'' visit his parents Ky. bringing out his pencil and notebook I
Mr. and Mr. S. E. Smith, in returning think they will find a marked change "Now, how old were yon when you left

ORANGES.;GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES AND 'PINEAPPLES I from Jacksonville and Thomas- in temperatnre from Florida to Kentucky school?"
as it la pretty cold np there just i "1 be nine .ur, when I finished
'ville, where he was sent on important FRUITS AND
business for hla Samuel a now. ; achullnV PRODUCE
EXCLUSIVELY. company. "And what did you do then!"
faultless timetable worker.W. Marshall-Harding quiet wedding
sober I "Well. I was boy fur Farmer Gilesfur OUR SPECIALTYRubber
R. Powell, who carries an enviable was Wednesday evening fifteen year" I I
Jan. 13th, at the M. E. parsonage, Rev "
reputation as an excellent: south And after that?
CommissionMerchants- Joe. Antle officiating, when Miss Mabel 1 I
ern gentleman and prominent meroan- .Alter that I worked fur Squire Stamps and Stencils on application.
Marshall, of Kattannlng, Fran., was I ....."
119 Warren St. New York tile business hustler spending the win united in marriage to Mr. Leroy Her Noakee"And what fur seven next?and" thirty: y sisi4Me ileldlftef ati......,ws tsatter..._illCiIIC..iIIC..M...tagtptltt
ter here from Georgia, took a pleasant
den, of this city. The next day Mr "Well. I was wagoner for Crater,
ID the last
Emporla township
...Write New York Office or our Representative, outing < and and Mrs. Harden took an auto toDay 'the carrier, fur four and forty year."
week. He Is courteous friendly I
O. A. Hammond, DeLand, Florida. through to tbe 84th degree, and when tona for a short wedding trip. The best fact And was so OD elicited, and so that forth be anal bad been the final engaged WIN S. SWEET & SON, Inc
wishes of oar people are extended them
he 'shuffles ont the Odd Fellows' grip on breaking: stones for a Quarter

41lPe iiMtlf......_ .........! ..........................Ne} the pulsation reaches to the finger ends,, for a happy future. of a centnry. Then the Inquirer ob 89 TO 95 CANAL ST. PROVIDENCE. R. I.

accompanied with a> polite salutation. Thursday evening of last week a reception : erred, with withering I&1'CUDI: :19O9 XB EtEJ.RE: ;
ESTABLISHED 1B84 "$ do not know,!how old
Onr deputy sheriff Charle was held at the residence of Mr. o yon you
I ret Wall, ni tell you. Tea-re 878. WE WISH YOU A HAPPY
and Mis. Louis Young on Graves ave NEW YEARand
who snob important
8wartengreen, played an "
I. 24 Tears' Experience in Selling Florida OrangesGERRISH year' old on :your own showing.
part in the capture last week flue, In honor of Rev. Joe. Antle and I "I daisy." murmured the ancient we wish to say to the

of that tough flint beAded Shanghai wife. For the past three years Rav. yokel with undisturbed serenity. "I FLORIDA FRUIT-GROWERS ,
BROTHERS5a541Commercial : Antle has been the beloved of tbe
negro murderer of Seville, Is a Jim pastor know I bo a fearful age."-Liverpool
that in wishing ont the old year we wish out unsound
and low
Methodist church at this
"> : St., Boston, Mass. I Dandy.;' He Is six feet'tall afcd weighs Episcopal Yvnen. prices. And In wishing In the new year we wish In sound oranges oranges and sat-'

ISO pounds, la thirty years old and one factory prices.

.COMMISSION MERCHANTSMember ] of the beet shots in the county It Roes Let ns call to your mind the fact that Providence la the center of the
without further remarks that he will most tbiojclr populated section of the United States Providence stand at'
of National League Commission Merchants of U. 8. THE ARTHUR CODRTIH COMPANY
the top In snob lines of raaanfacturing as
machinery and tools,
cotton and
to all evil doers,
a terror rogues
i Reference[ : The Item 4th National Bank The prove woolen
Boston; and Record. Roods jewelry, eta This market has over 000,000 people to supply._
, WRITE Us FOR, STENCILS.. gamblers, eto Business is booming Everybody I. working, which means all can and will,. '
, Four hack load. of the following Fruit Commission Merchants have fruit at good prices. Be sure aad start the new right by shipping
""" """" your fruit to the beet market, which is dear '1\0''
, = -"r- named young personsof this place,comprising ....
as good a baud of young people 25 and 87 Front St Jew York WIll 8. SWET'dc SON, ",
tFl FFtF fe'F6KFWFf fleifFFFa# FFFFFFFeFFFFFFYFFR'FFFFFFt' .a can be mustered in any section of the PBOVlDfcNCE!: B. I.

;: '':rOP ':JRJOES3..F: : )& YOTJR ; state, took an ontlng to the famous historic .............' I Write as tjalck to mall yon stencil. l

: Oranges Grapefmit t 'Tangerines..and Early Vegetables t ; jj jjg swimming pool at DeLeon Springs '
,; Sunday Yonng lady guards-MUses Solicits consignments of Pineapples FOR, SALE I I' .

w when shipped to HSW Tf.. If you are not doing' .jj.. Frederiia Peterson, Eleanor Hanstrom, J. n. Fawcett,,
.5 'buslaeM wtth'thli House,i wrUe t- them at.once. :I Pauline Gunter, Ida Peterson, Annie Orapefrti: t'\ and Oranges. An experience I Fine Orange and Peach grow.

') ... King. Belle-Pyrf Katie Fleming,Cards ing land, near Sevillel Floridai: EYE, EAR, IOSS UD'Exolnefyly

: 'HEWITT: 'C" Jennings. MnIU<<-uarb-Dr. S. O, of over twenty-five years guarantees well timbered long leaf I '

1 :. Quinn, J. J. Peterson W Jnrlngan, R. I Rinea? ; bordering on'fresh water ( ) "'y
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| L.Jenkins. W. W, Tedder, Archie Py*, BESTand QUICKEST returns muck bed for vegetables; ; Telephone 177." ;
;* FRUIT'AND PRODUCE COMMISSION! ; Ralph Pye, C. H. Gutter,' Fred fla*- 'exoellentwinterclimate;:fine for 'flours: 10 to IS,except I 8
10 E tamden Ht.,.'BalUnere.".Md. ., ***" MlaaeeoU"
2 j strom,,EmU Genies Carl ,Hagstron, pulmonary1' disease,; Addrens; 317
l*:. /' fertntc/n This" Paper fad ftsoainili/ >f Htnti Shippers' Pforfds: :.ll Carl Qnoier. Axel. Hagstroio, 3. 4. taw-Stencils and Market Eeports Furnished on Application. I Orange Qrovd.. 408( 'Weed{Building r(Formerly .Bristol'I ,

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?OLDSIA RECORD, Sanford and St. Petersburg OTHER LOCAL NEWS. A delightful mother's meeting was The Music Festival. MEAT IN ITALY.The A CAT AND A CANARY.

have representatives in Jacksonville held at the Christian church last. Thurs ,
, The sale of seats for the !Music Festival -
to divert of the tour- day afternoon. Mrs. I. A. Stewart Way the Slaughter House. Are They Went Away Separately ,but Cam
some Will Monday morning. Fob 1. .
Miss Wild Spaoldlng spent the put the In open Operated by Law. Back Together.A
was Mrs. Dean
hostess and was
as entered second In.1 the..* matter.B. Poatoffioe. at DeLand, Fla., ists to their town, and DeLand is I week: at New Smyrna, the guest of her charge of the program. Much enthusiasm at eight o'clooll.t: J. A. Erickson & Slaughter houses in Italy are public lady friend of mine, says; an Eng

sleeping on her rights when she friend, Miss Phillips. waa felt on the subject of trainingthe Co.'. store The prices for seiwou InaUtnOons The law prescribes that Rub writer baa aa pets a canary and i

sits down and ticket will be *3, |4 and $5 "itccordln'* very; town of more than 0,000 inhabitants cat. Tile two, were the best of COOt:
calmly lets her
children. At the close of the profitable .
: E. PREY ATT, Editor ft Proprietor. Mis Oscar Ditvl very pleasantly entertained to the l loiatlon\ of the seats. Tickets fcr shall build and maintain a municipal Mends and when' the bird's prism

--- -- -------- share of tourists go; somewhereelse last Friday for her friend Miss season dainty refreshments were ingle concerts will also b.. on B"U'. slaughter house, where all door was opened It would come on,
to spend the winter insteadof Daniels of Eaatmau Oa. served. Several neW" members were ranging from fifty cents to $1 BO Turn ;| butchers are compelled to bring their and perch on the oat's back while II:
A considerable per cent of Vousia'8 added to the union I" "'*:
lUre stock to be killed. The "* trilled forth a song of gladness
telliug of
our wonderful Is already large demand from out
still remains ofI j I Itself Is done by the Individual One day my friend left; her two .
orange crop The beat to bay stationery ia Inponnd lag pet;
county glorious climate and such way town but no seat will t>e sold until tbe The
:' on the trees. packagesYonr' wants can now A Jacksonville architect was here the butchers and their assistants. together and on her return the biro)
." other natural advantages of town be supplied at Bateson's Carlo latter part of the week to consult date mentioned.The conveyance of the cattle the removalof was nowhere to be found. Passy Will;

, The Pardon Board will again and county that combine to make with the bank officials in relation program for the Festival will be the carcasses and the dressing of curled up on a cushion.steeping contentedly ,

life J. G. Leonardy of DeLand, was In to the plans sod specifications as follows : the meat are likewise the affair of the. and my friend :Jumped to the
':.'' review the famous Cooper case worth while. Bo let as be the 01 ty a tew days this week:, registeredat I'for the bank's new building to be WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 10. butchers. The city provides the buildIng conclusion that the oat was answer

,on the 26th. We hope it will be up and doing. On to Jacksonville the Pico.-Sanford Chronicle. erected on the vacant lot corner of the Handel's "Metwlan."' chorus of sixty keeps tt clean and furnishes nod vet able for the bird's disappearance coaeqnently -

final. I Who'll start? Boulevard acd Indiana avenue. The voices. Solos will be sung bv tbe Solo erlnery I iMpecton to examine she caught up the cat and,

Mr. John Cairns la preparing to erect Quartet from Chicago. pass npos the carcasses. holding the supposed delinquent before -
new structure will be one of the handaome house is situ beat
the empty ,
The Mflan slaughter cage It rathermorcileseil.
Twenty million dollars, an authority Volusia is a better roadmakerthan a handsome apartment bone on his lot bank buildings in tbe state. Workon THURSDAY FEB. 11. ated within the city and occupies several : Poor pussy mewed pita-

, states, are hoarded, kept either Duval or St. Johns I near the depot and fronting New York it will probably begin! In tbe early 11 A. M.-Organ Recital by Prof. O acres of ground. It consists of a ously." bat nor relentless mistress pat

out of circulation and bearing no and she is not hiding her light aveDae I spring. A. Morse number cf long, stogie story buildings her outside and abut the door against
4 P. M.-Concert by representatives mad of cement and stucco. The buildings hoc.
interest. under a bushel. The advice to There will be a masquerade ball at' Two negroes were brought over from from the various Florida ?dusio Schools, consist of either a single large Next mcrnlnff. feeling rather ashamed

automobilist to ship their cars to thn !Melrose on the evening of Feb. ].t. Daytona Monday. One Is wanted in a Tallahassee Female College, Jacksonville -' ball or else a row of small box stalls of her outburst she made Inquiries

Wherever the name of Volu- DeLand and drive through Volusia The pnblici: Is invited anrt to appear in west Florida! county, having jumped School of Musical Art, Rollins : boat twenty-five feet wide and cither about the cat. but pussy was gone.

eta county i is mentioned her hun- to Ormond is worth the cost of a, costumes. I bin bond The other, residing at Da\. College antI Stetson will contribute to I fifteen or thirty feet deep. Each stall Some days later she heard a faint

dreds of miles of splendid hard tona, Is under the charge. of grand larceny the program. baa a wide double door In front and n scratching at her window and on openIng -
big advertisement already if window behind. The buildings are arranged the casement a cat
; crept In
Mr. A. O. Haynes has some seven or and forgery, aud will be tried nt 8PM Concert bv the Solo: Quartet and
roads are praised. the route holds for five I In parallel pairs, each pair laid a bedraggled canary at her feet
good years eight thontiand boNes of orange, grapefruit \ the February. term of the court. I from Chicago. :Madame Genevieve Clark covered
being connected by n paseogothirty At first she did not recognise her peta
With) her luscious fruits and it will plant a line of settlers I and tangerines vet to market Sheriff J. H Rlchemon, of Live Oakctme Wilson soprano; Roe Lntiger Cannon feet wide whose roof Is raised In the two disreputable looking!: objects

incomparable climate Florida i is across the back bone of the county nearly half of which are in the Perkins' Tuesday after the bond jumper, contralto; John B. Miller tenor, and many; feet above that of the bull logs. before her. When she did recognize

and divert a lot of capital to that groves. and took him back to Suwanee connty. Arthur Middleton, bass. This Is the being supported by pillars rising from them her delight was great.
capturing thousands of tourists most expensive quartet ever brought to the roofs on either side. The air thus Presumably the canary bad gone out
section.. This bit of
this winter never before in the experience At the meeting of the UniversityChild The automobile Is. nt DeLaud to stay, the tate.. They will be assisted by-Mra. circulates under the roofs of the pan by the open window and. finding liberty

State. already proves that a good roadis Study Club, at DeLand Ball this and Among them are some very band Edith Tyler Griffith, pianUte. of Baltimore ages or corridors and over the build ;; sweet, it bad flown to a neighboring

a good iu\"estment.-Times- afternoon at 8 o'clock:, Miss Marie some ones, brought down by winter ; Mr. A. Panll, violin-cellist of ings. I wood. How tbe cat found the bird and

Evidently Gov. Gilchrisb thinks Union. Norria will give a recital of children's visitors. We have hundreds of miles Atlanta, and Miss Bertha Foster, organist Losi: THE WOODS.I brought It back uninjured is s mys

the sale of the Everglades land a etorl... of hard roads for them-from here to ol Jacksonville. WHEN IN tery. _ _ _

good thing as he signed a deed Duke Latta proposes to colonize Mrs. Emily C. Wright and her danghtr Daytona and np and down the coast FRIDAY, FEB. 12. The Chief D.no.re Lie 'In Panle andOver DEATH VALLEY.The .
from Ormond to Oak Bill. Then from 11 A.t..ctare Recital. "Schubert,"
Italian families ..
5,000 ertion.
((20.000 peo- tin. Browu and children who havebeen
of sale within two weeks after
in DeLand south to Osteen, twenty miles; by Prof. J. W. Phillips. Let tbe man who is loat In the woods .
ple) Manatee county who suffered guests at the Wavrrly for the past Barring Blasting Winds That
his inauguration. north to Seville thirty miles; besides to 4. P. M.-Orchestra Concert, directedby overexert blmetf. -
be careful not to
, by the recent earthquake. month or two returned the latter part very Sweep This Arid Waste.
Lake Helen and Bcree/ord and the shall '
Mr. Wiley P. Swift. His chief dangers lie In panic Tbe prevailing winds in Death
of the week PeosacolaMr valley -
Gov. Gilchrist presided at the The duke is at the head of a syn- to roads about tbe city. DeLand has become 9. P. M. Mendelssohn's Oratorio and overexertion, and, though be may are from the west Though originating -

!' opening exercises of Florida Mid- dicate that owns a large tract of *. Qocxle. a sister of Mr. J W. the antolsts' paradise.The Elijah" chorus of 100 voices, orchestra be tn a great hurry to find shelter. I In tbe Pacific ocean and saturated

.. winter Exposition at Jackson- land in Manatee county and Smock, accompanied by a niece, arrived organ and tbe solo qnattet, This mo t warn him to go slowly. Two with humidity in traveling the
from Lebuuon.. Ky.. and will orange growers are busy fertilizing will be tbe great climax of tbe festival mltoi an hour on an average throughthe Intermediate distance they are intercepted
wishes to each five remain
ville Wednesday nightand thou- give family the trees for the spring growth snow tn the woods i is all that aman by the lofty peaks of four

sands of people were at the big acres of land on condition that the balance of the winter. the and a full bloom. With normal conditions in his condition will be able to ranges of mountains, which absorb all
behooves all DeLand be
people to
RUt! btoC Mr. aol Mra. Suiock. stand without and Its attendant
opening. they cultivate five acres for the existing: there will be an immense band when the plan opens and obtain danger.overfatlgne, overheating and per- of their moisture, ao that by the time

syndicate the syndicate to pay !Mr. A J Underbill who came down crop of oranges in Volusia another their seats. The University has prepared spiration. By exercising caution a they reach the valley all humidity baa

, Governor Gilchrist has appointed for the labor performed (what from the Oblo home two weeks ago. season. The present one was a circular giving the prog-iam, of man may live through a week of what disappeared: The blasts are as If
heated In a fiery furnace, and no llv-'
large but will
be small
Bon. Duncan U. Fletcher Uni- the pay is to be is not stated). and Is loeabMl at theCampCaeeadags compared to which 10,000 copies are being/ circa. he Is undergoing. leg thing can survive the Intense heat.
next season's Tbe '
crop groves are all Co make this article brief. however,
bowl for the
ted States Senator from March winter accompanied by Even birds indigenous to tbe regiondie.
This wholesale of
colonization Mrs. Underbill was In town tbe pink of condition. Many of the we shall suppose that be regains the
yesterday .
4th until the legislature. elects in immigrants ought to please the trees will be white with bloom beforeall road by tbe afternoon of the first day. ,
It Is In tho months of greatest heat
April. Mr. Fletcher was. named most rabid immigration crank. Miss Iln B Rot went to DeLand San tbe present crop is taken off. Entertainment in Aid of the Catholic He doesn't yet know, of course, Just I that tbe sandstorms of Death valleyare

for the place at last spring's pri Wonder what Bro. Humphries day to resume her studies in Stetson Church. wtwre he is. He should examine tbetradte most deadly. They rage with Intense .
Prof. W. W. of the who last passed
Fry came down from
University. Miss Ha B will be missed the
fury, obliterating
mary. Mr. Milton's term expires think about it ? We prefer the Philadelphia tbe latter part of the Tue Catholics of DeLand realizing that way. It being afternoon, he must landscape
from the social circles of Inverness, iu and dimming the light of the sun
March 4th.Either that the present church is too small follow in the direction taken by the
colonization of those foreigners which she wu week to spend a week with his family.Mrs. withering tbe scanty vegetation and
lost passing vehicle or team, as shelter -
who have already been "benevo- Fry is spending tbe winter with are about to enlarge and beautify It. covering the trails deep In powdereddust.
will be nearest In that direction.
the mails are fearfullyslow lently assimilated." her mother, Mrs. C L. Eyl""",. Prof. At least 13,000 will be spent on It, and Had it been morning be would have At all times the aspect of tbe
living' in different Fry is at tbe head of it is FatberCarley's desire to have the valley Is superlatively desolate No
or we are ; a Parties living in the vicinity east or a large business taken the opposite direction as whoever -
town college at Philadelphia. He for. enlarged building not only a source of pot on earth surpasses it In aridity or
era from what they are over are complaining shout dead was made the tracks most have come
at Cocoa. The Cocoa and Hock- As long as the Record said nice homes bxuied to their neigeborbood aDd merly, for five years, at the bead of pride and comfort ror the resident and from the place where he obtained shelter Tophet-like beat.
things about the Pensacola Jour. the visiting Catholics but an attraction in the During the heated term an hoar
left onbnned. The health department business college at Stetson, and he pswlous nlgbtv-A. B. Carleton
ledge News has not yet started nal, everything was "perfectly should see to it that these dead horse has been cordially greeted by his De- our town for our many tunrists. In Outing Magazine.The. without water means death. Meat becomes
into the 1000. The last Tbe entertainment to be held in the putrid in an hour. Eggs are
year Land friends. Ho
are barital.Tueadis' returns today toPhlladelphl. .
lovely" between the two papers. C..... cooked In tbe blistering sand. Water
of that bears. the date ... vacated Fountain store on Wednesday.
issue paper But when we dared to criticisea He talked too much-far too much.Already Is only palatable by means of large,
>, tbe 19th was the anniversary Feb. Srd, will be for tbe purpose of
of Jan. 14, 1008. he had driven his taciturn porous, earthenware jars, common to
night-rider squib of theirx-because of the birth of Robert J.j:i Lee. Mr. R. D. McDonald, of this .ll1cp. aiding in the good work. Look at the companion nearly wild. He bad touched all hot countries suspended In drafts

we had the temerity to ask and Is a legal holiday in all the Southern baa had two valuable inventions patented bills in tBe store windows and you will on subjects innumerable discoursed and reduced in temperature by means

The Model License League; is them a question, "Furious States. Tbe bank: at this place did not one a diamond shape tin attachment see that our Catholics who are among with volubility on anything and of the rapid evaporation of the mots'

the name of an organization. Frank" L. Mayes rises up in open for business, and the poetofflce kept to place in corners of atairnny the most highly respected of our DaLand everything. Onward went the unending tare from the outside.

fathered by the National. Whole- holiday honrs steps to prevent dust from accumulating people, mean to give all patrons the stream of speech. And all the

sale Liquor Dealer's ,scornful wrath and insults our in tbt.cc>roere ; the other a joint- worth of money spent. Internet Is already Willie the voluble one danced about

Association intelligence by making us a char Tax Assessor Sam B. Wilson w Jl pipe wiper used in plumbing, and in growing in the voting contest, and fidgeted and squirmed until the

which proposes to do some lobby- ter member of his "Silly Club" soon make the rounds of the county connecting: joints it will prove a great You can eee tbe prize offered by Father other was' well nigh beside ..hlmael!

ing at the next session of the (emulating Teddy R.). Becausethe listing property for taxes for the present saver in time and expense. He has Curley in Allen's window. Tbe gold with Finally dlaguet.; the walking dictionary took COMINGTo

state legislature, in favor of bills Record said there was no year. Ha has an announcement else models of both at his store. They pen and pencil are worth working for. from his pocket a cigarette.

affecting the liquor dealers. wbere in The Record. Meet him when both will come into general use, and Now boys ane girls get busy at once. "I'm a great smoker," be remarked.

cause or justification in night- be is in your section McDonald should make his fortune from Give in votes for your most popular Tes, I'm a great smoker-great smok DeLand

President-elect Taft. has been riding, he comes back with these two valuable inventions. girl to Godfrey Dreko, Charlie Alton or es. I'm one of those nervous men,

"What did we say about 'justifi ContractorCiairns bas completed plan S. send thew to Father Cnrley if you TOG know; one of bON: high strung, ,y
spending the .week at Atlanta, for tbe remodeling of St. Peter wish. restless fellows who a1wa,. must have
cation? Bless
and has had the time of Ins life your heart, c.'mrcb. It is t.. be enlarged! and when Bryan Coming to DeLand. Look ont for aa fine a musical as De- something In their mouth Tea you FIFTH ANNUAL

among; the Georgia people, who j
gave him a genuine Southern did. But when you say the Catholics will have one of the finest and Stetson University has ranged an engagement March 17th, in tbe public school' auditorium !. Imply must-yes, mUllt-ba.e "something
all the the
time In
mouth. Great
night riders have a cause for prettiest churches in the city. with Viu. J, Bryan for him to my
hospitality. In one of his addresses 'Try a gagt" suggested his com
their crimes it sounds if speak at the auditorium on Saturday -
as you S 5Woman's paDtoo.-New York Times.
he said that he hadn't capt- Mr. P. night, Feb Btb. and
C Goes and family who spent the auditorium
condoned them. The Record did C.
ured the South but it had him. 1/wt winter at DeLund. arrived Wednesday will crowded with people to hear the Club.Tuesday OUR TIME STANDARDS. W PARK
not the
"leap upon Journal'sback frcm great Nebraskan, the late Democratic .
Waterbury, Conn, in their Jan. 19 proveJ to be an i
Hereafter senators and congressmen with claws out,*' as you say private car. Mr. Goes owns one of the candidate for president He la the anspicionf day for the Woman's Club. Tim Four Section That Divide the

had better buy regular it did. That is not our way of plants which manufacture tbe nickels greatest Americtin living and tbe present The weather was fair and a large audience United 8UU Dramatic Co.

transportation for their doing; things. There are some and pennies for the government.S. age has not produced his equal as assembled to welcome the guest of Every nation has Its own time standard .
type- an orator. but the United States has four.
Many of the colonel's friends the afternoon> Dr. Lincoln Hnlley.
writers. The pass is prohibitedby papers that are like a certain B. Wright J. R. Wet here)1 and S. all over the county will be here to meet His long anticipated lecture on "Psy These time sections, as they are called, I

national law and the.Presi. brand of whiskey-"way above B. Wright Jr.. left on Monday for and hear him. chologv" was very interesting and were Introduced In the year 1883.

t dent kicks on Tillman franking everything" and everybody ; Jacksonville to attend tbe annual, meeting -. I much appreciation of his kindness was and chiefly!are for known the benefit.. tbe of eastern the railroads ceutral, One Weekl!
p.: his. So in future trouble will above criticism ; above questioning of tbe Grand bodge Masons.: The expressed. The Science and Art Department mountain and Pacific. The eastern

be avoided by their (even above common decency new temple was dedicated on Wednesday Auction of Town Lots. had" charge of tbe program: section extends from the Atlantic coast Commencing Next

f. paying way. ) ; of the "holier than thou with Imposing ceremonies. Mr. William FitzSirnuion. of the Current Events-Mrs. Vourhla. to: an Irregular line drawn from Detroit

rirz3iuinioua Auction Co.. will auction Piano Solo-Mrs Rosa.; to Charleston 8. C.; the central
Carrie Nation has stripe. Our criticism evidently The coming Presentation Day exercises Includes all between Monday Jan. 25
been lockedup off. next Monday eight city Jot.,. on Lecture on Psychology-Dr. Holley this line and another

in England for smashing saloons. struck one of these majestic fellows at Stetson University will be the Wisconsin avenue and a five acre orange Piano Solo-Mrs. Rosa.TiieMusioDepartwent. extending from Blsmnrck.- -, -N., -Du,. ,

.' Just long Carrie indulges in his bump of egotism. If greatest that institution ever had. grove H miles east of the city, the will meet with to the mouth of the Rio Grande river; -
so as J he
in her favorite pastimeshe we took his advice and moved to it.Great Toe preparations University.are too being, is having made the for property of will Thomas N. Page. and this Mrs. G. W. Fisher this' afternoon at 3 western mountain boundary extends of from Montana here Idaho.to the Greater Grander and Better than Ey l'.
sell and
property will t-e a bargain o'clock.
is as certain of being locked Jacksonville or Tampa, where, he biggest year in Its history. She never to tbe purchaser. See another TJtaJi and Arizona and the Pacific: In- UNDER THEIR OWN
- is says we "will find plenty of sure had such a large attendance as ia found page The Civics Department will meet on tadM all the remainder of tbe country -
the who
up as man indulges in bout this auction sale.
there Saturday, Jan. 23 at 8:13 o'clock in : to the Pacific constIfce Waterproof Cams Theatre
S the pastime of intoxication. She enough wicked things to kick now. On three former occasions Mr. Fitzmuionn tbe club room. Mrs. Ganlden will discuss difference hi time between adJomlnar -

reaches the same end-the lock about," we would undoubtedlymeet S conducted very successfully! "The Laws of Florida aa Affecting sections is one hour, so that -
All tbs
'. people who would take well. au toe for coast points and for letion sales at this place, anj the par Women.1 wben It la 12 o'clock In New York city Some of
: the
-up. the March races at the Orrnand beach ties purchasing sold their It Is 11 o'clock at Chicago, 10 o'clock 01 playstobeproduced
boilings thna
, meant criticism in a far more are being shipped south via tbe Clyde a aired at a big profit. The Literary Department will meet Denver and o'clock at San Frniu-lxuo are

It is very true that Volusia is kindly and gentlemanly manner Line delivered at Bereeford Landing UC on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at o'clock, at tbe Tbe true local time of any pl.uo: la Thelma Lena Rivers Prince of Liars
than does and from there taken home of Mrs. Farrab. "Bayard Tay.br' slower or faster than the
one of the prominent "Furious Frank" cf to the coast over standard
orange pro- Pensacola tbe DeLand-Daytona shell road. Here Park Dramatic Company Closes Engagement will be tbe subject of tne p.ogram time, according as tbe place Is west Pearl of Savoy A Bachelor's Wife j
'ducing counties of the Bay.
:,. orange Is Tbe Science and Art Department will or cut of the time meridian. Thus the
. a fine advertisement for Volnsla'anplendid .
"belt, but she is slso a peach and hard roads. Here. meet with MM. Htrknesa on Friday local time at Boston Is sixteen mluutcs Belle of Virginia Jane Eyre

vegetable; producing county .aswe1i. Go,. Gilchrist needs to be The Park: Dramatic Company closed Jan. 29. at 8 o'clock.: "Dutch Pottery" while faster at than Buffalo eastern It Is sixteen standard time. Tempest and Sunshine The Gypsy Quean ;,

. New peach orchards are saved from his "fool friends." Lost.-,In scrub, Saturday Jan. 10th Its engagement here last night with will be considered. stower.-Harper's Weekly.; minutes

I' planted every winter and her One o2 his overzealous friends '09, between Lake Helen and Enterprise that laughable farce remedy" "How I No waits between the cta. SJK'Olal""

.. one black and tan hound (name flopper Was Sidetracked and to say Moving Picture Show at the Auditorium Scenery and Electrical
<; trucking industry becoming an down Punta Gorda at WINNING A Effect for each
way, a recent Braw), split in right Baa that tbe piece made a hit would be puton COAT. and ,;
ear. every Performance
'ji': important factor in the wonder- public gathering "nominated" collar myDame t it mildly. February Filth. .|
on with Orlando Entire
T / 'fill resources of the county. him for president of the tag No. 77 on him. Any Information I This play was invented to make one This moving picture lecture will be vii. Clever by.oh a .French me That Was Worked change of program each night. 1
II United States four years hence. 'leading to his recovery will be snitably oar with laughter and it fulfilled the given by Dr. T. B. Ray, Richmond Va., A Frenchman bad
r Another rewarded. A. L. Beck, Orlando Flu.Rev. expectations of the Inventer to the last the educational secretary of the Southern Fraocal attending the Location of Canvas Theatre .1 f
equally ambitions Cpmedle e and
>it A democrat has been after the .
elected person nott b. Those who saw and beard tbe Baptist Convention. per- New York IYeDn
f't the United States Senate has "traced" the governor'sback play. Inst night were of the opinion that There rder naaace took a gloomy: byway In Opposite Court House ;
, by W. H. Stewart baa purchased of pictures were taken on the to make a short cut to the BouIrrardl -
, the republican legislature of the a few hundred years and Mr. G. A. Dreka the Havens block, at they did not want to laugh again until foreign fields and represent the actual Montmartre. He noticed as be .
"" finds ((7)) that he is a descendantof tl eir ribs hmled. conditions of the heathen world and kuteaed through the dark USUAL
State of Oregon. That State has present occupied the lower ..torJ a slight tug 25c '
This was. the last play put on by the some of the mission work e* his coattail. but to this be 35c 50c'PR1CfS
* George Washi ton. The Mrs. Hsrtcreavea' now being paid no ,
; law to her Senator millinery, the moving :
primary name
Wben ..,...
# company.Int it was just as much of a done the of India be iwHohiMt *._i>u h.' :j.
among peoples China, ------ v
next crank will picture show and the Stewart& u..u
T by:direct rate of the probably discover Campbell beu1eYIII'l1, however, he
, people ancceu. only a little different in a way. Japan and other coaotrl_ found to his
v., hence democrat, who defeated a family resemblance between pool room.the The upper story la occupied .an any of the many others given by the This lecture is for all people of all great mortification, that one tall of his IAiiINiuAAiiACENCY.
by Beelar school and etawlummer
).1:the republican candidate in the Uov. Gilchrist and King photographic' gallery. The consideration a company. The Park Company will denominations. Admission free. One' EXe noCmed a journalist coat had of been Ua cut off

primary, is elected by' a legislators Edward. VII. for this valuable property is said to always find a warm welcome in Miami night only. An offering for I'Jrpt'DlleSwJl tIM next morning aa aooaat loas of and the

t have been $13,000. ant It It pcvrib.'e! that the admirable \ be received at the close of the .dd theft appeared In tbe Figaro. | '
largely republican That .
I, '* )"very- When the Standard Oil leaves actors will be In tbe city again before lecture. afternoon a man ia a blue ;"
& Missouri as ordered by the the winter season close, at least that ,A rare opportunity for everyone, ailed on him We still represent the Leading I
courts, the first of March, what Tbe Gould Agency reports the following la the hope of nearly every person latown. especially for oar young people. "I come, monsieur" the man American
{ Alone' in squalid roond'f said. Fire
j are the inquisitive folks up there sales. this week : Lot on West .-Miami Metropolis. Please personally Invite the from the bureau of police. We have Insurance Compaq i

'. ."; nidenti led for hours after- going to do for lights in making, Michigan avenue; from Mrs M. ,R. C. People' Society. the Sunday school Young and captured a suspicions character who DIes, among which is the .- > fETNA
B. Kass- well- their Cleavelaod to Mrs. 8. E. Folsom. Mrs. bad IJa hilt POCket
jSamuel' a numerous a piof Sue
? The Boston the church and visitors. black / OF
" Market cloth.. ,
a'newspaper writer, died In4c$4msvihle Pensacola'Journal. Folsoin will have a honse built on this Yesterday. ..Let m. have your IDIItlJated HARTFORD

:i' flub! lot at one*. The S. 8. Daily grove and Boston Mass .Jan. 21. '(w. 5. coat r. If the plane fits tt. we wW With ::;
:., this week. He waa'tA't Fowell'.going; back to Volusia know that we bare us since 1872.
... timber opposite the Stetson borne place County Record. DeLand Fla. NOTICE. appreh-ed the
lme brilliant writer his Bt.;.Loui. on the lit of March. man who robbed '"
a to Mr. The P Johnston of Sound small you
Salisbury oranges selling well. $2 Beginning Monday J.. 18th. the
The other
: ..fc of importance being onTalks' way he made "light" of the N. O. Lot 10, Block 21, to Mrs. Amelia to 93 25. Lug sizes slow; S1.50 to Bench pool room was temporary from that day surrendered to his -t, and helllngs and Contents t Specialty i

's. department; of Tampa fair, et; al.,in last week's Dally. Tb. fl. Rogers grove and farm. fl.'711. Good demand for trnpefrult.t2 placed In tbe hands of J. D. Hamilton. about It Tb. pretended this he beard DO sew, Compare our comprehensive

Independent; leaves) no.doubt;, of sooth of the city. from Rev. E E. 80 to 93. Good demand for taag He will be all e t coarse the oGlela1 ws a, and liberal
,.IIf, (..His was z.uek.d Ibis in the responsible for debts and thief who bad "Form. With'others.
ability -
; illuminating; > ,
Phillip to W. S. Jamlason; also a lot In I "rlns, $3 to 13.&0. obligations while he la In charge. that adaacJoa _oa of
aloobol.. line ttlD8.
by the Shinier Addition, lest JD order the a
OerrlahBros. to HAAWARDi
P. W. stock
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4 .. PooraP .rn-na.' ,;.-;': The exact value of the .tata of 'the \ the Federation ;Review, 0,225 lanmlll ..
.. I sate Marshall Field was placed at, I t, BAD COLDS .
Jews entered the 'New'
grant port of
,$83,469.032 when the appraisers' ra Q" \\ \\()\\'. York In September", 1908 .Of'these : an zLe t onnujnef. p < .ngiou cii.oe.... el zL. tlroot..i, I.; :
at' "
court '
port was flled.\ In the county : Bfufton Sheep, r have cough CaD Hop it with fie'* cutJfyousiifler; &i&W'& ''t"; '
and s you
2,433 3.001 men you
were '
Cbl ago. A score of appraiser have, Mutton sheep'make a greater gain women\ ; hoJ........, torn I ;roal, broachitu of .pities In Ih.l lungs Pup. Cure sidE ,,'
been working on the report since Mr. Ot flesh than steers, according1 to experiments May\e. o."eOVlo'tCOml". : ; 791 children. Russia contributed if k ooo nxtora Uw Irritated ihioat and lungt h> normal, .fcealihAn / roeddione

i Field's. death. made. At the Wisconsin! \\I\\\\\\\e SOT; Austria-Hungary," 1,234; Rou. ideal remedy for ohild..... Freo from opiate* and.dungaoU.imlienta i
: J;:rofessor Alfred Batelli; representIng \y 'f Vet O\\ Q\ So mania 279' England 6& Germany, the thouMOd lhomoi.
'station food required produce, 100 ; r ; For half a century\ tmmciga remedy m "
Italy; Mo!)!!),' $Schneider, repre- :pounds ot ,'Wether lamb ,'II'allas4> _s\s\l.\\\CeoJ Q\\I:.\'( \I \\tS'\I\o.\:; 20l; Turkey, 19; Sweden ftlld Spain ., Even'chronic form of lung aWoie, <<', ,

eonirhg..Oerpaan7.and Albert WHckea 2 each, and Holland t. 'The record : RESPOND TO. "ISO'S 'CVkJ!: ,, ,
of 218 of
ll&4 .' of, America pounds corn, pounds corn .\ S o1f &tx.1tS \ .
three of the '-four men v :c e t\.v) z
that the Immigrants
: 'Who have.undertakl5Uto wllk.lIroundhe .UIIS ., 1118 pounds(\ of corn fodder and also shows 1.500 of

lII4; \4\ [ world In live :veari'--have:: reached twenty-two' pounds of potatoes;, To SIioo.'icet\ \ \iSuvtSuta\v went 'to' homes outside of tho

H. S Chicago. The fourth man,. Silvio Or- produce too pounds of steer required ,, a "so0.\ o.sS\t.'o."c twt u'emo.Y metropolis. 'In' the corresponding
tonaa, of Paris, Is traveling by tbauoulhorn 894 pounds of corn,. 181 pounds of month last year't'be number of Jewish

4( route and will Join the par- bran. and 634 pounds of silage The be fvcW1\y :\ \\QI\ w\\\\ Immigrants was 8.033 greater.All I lit

t.In- San, Fran.clHco, The object of results showed that ullage was also _
\ \\\Qi''gev u ciei.GS\\v6b6sXejare \) .
the'pedestrian tour Is to study political. an excellent food for the sheep as Forenoon Lost.A /

, _ .J.! nodal and,' Industrial conditions': well aa for the st\er-E ltomlst.. teW.W" \\\qcv \oass\s\ young boy got, a job with a
ii 'The
world. men'
& ofthe lert Now Scottish farmer once. "Yell' sleepIn
York city October 17th. .They\ are to \\o. \''Q..Q.0\ \Q sqtqu\ Worn Women
the barn the' farmer said "and
travel on loot at least 20,000 mlrles. 'Nutritious Food. ,
1 Imprisoned In a forty-foot well for ; Brood sows should always haves '\O\\5.w \!;"\\\ \ .eve &i\k- I'll expect ye oat In the field Ilka 1. '

five hours finally rescued"through mcl nutritious food to keep themIn uway: U\Q\\itCXItCts"m\ n\1 morn at foor o'clock.". "Very: well Women worn and tired from overwork, nee'a
the barking of her pet doK.vwag too good condition. At farrowingtime sir," said tbe boy. Dut the first (norn- .

experience of Mary ,Smith 'of PltU the sow .hould'not be' too' fat. WCtT cSJotls.atttYwt! :\; \\* iQy.Toids Ing he overslept A little, and Ir 'WaN tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness;.. .

MIr WM. A. PRISSEIL. burg Pa.' The" girl arose. to get tho If she Iras had plenty of exercise andIs betl&1\r\o.\\ : 5. \\wo.IS\\IllY Iha &\\\l\\a, lolf.pist four when he' reached the not leave you of itself., You should take'Wine:'

.WIIXTAM'-A! PRE ER, 1723 breakfast and going out Into the yard In fair condition she will be better field. The farmer, leaning on his Cardui that effectual remedy' for the ailments'
'MIt. .' she the rotten,'covering CALIFORNIA ,
Ave. stepped
Molina 111 on '
writesf prepared to care for he&. offspring. :hoe, gave hin a black look. "Where '
\ lmV, )', been suffering! from catarrh of the old well. This was at 6 o'clock SLe should not be fed \ weaknesses.. of women. Thousands of ''womeri' have
corn every day Fio SYRUP Co. \ "
in'thlt bead foe: the past two month. and and at; 11 the dog discovering Its mistress bavo ye been 0..11 the forenoon? hd "4'
innumerable "so called remedies withr at,the bottqm.. of the well, letup of the year. 'This. grain should be SOLO DV ALL LEADING PRICE, SO ORUCCISTS4IfIUlutDHL..A.OULAR .*. PER BOTTLEHere's growled.! '. tried Cardui and enthusiastically of,the great I
avail. No one knows how I have nuf- given most sparingly! jutbeforo, far- .
a furious barldngr.! Investigation benefit it has been to them.-" Try experiment
nob only from the diaeose iUelf but ;
" revealed Mlss'SmUIl's and she rowing, and in its place a ration of a Now Plan. COULD NOT SIIAKH IT OFF. '
rd' mortification when in, company ,of plight; oft-tried jnedicine.
or strangers. was rescued. two quarts of oats, one quart 'of An engineer'offers this: There is '

nave used two bottles of your med. "The Inauguration' : soaked corn with one quart of wheat. required ,between the furnace mid Kidney Trouble Contracted by Thousands :
as governor of
complete for a short medical time cure only and and it effected what is a North Carolina of W., W. Kltchln of This will prove an excellent: ration.! the up-take a horizontal dust having In tho Civil 'or. TAKEr

,batter yet the diaease baa not returned Roxboro tor twelve years a democratIc -' Epltomlst. .the same Inside area as the uptake. James W. Clay. 666 W; Fayette St.,

> -I can moat emphatically recommend Paruoa member ,of congress .tram North -. Next to the uptake, and with- Baltimore Md, says: "I wa.sl I troubled 1ARD 0'lThe

to all sufferer from this disease.. Carolina took place at Raleigh In' the Fence Repairing Time. in the-'duct have a powerful pressure i with kidney i !

,Read This Experience. presence bt thousands; tho city being It Is customary to do all repairing blower, discharging into the\ uptake complaint from the
'- :Mr, ,A, Thompson', Box 68, R R. I, },[el'o, crowded with -visitors. A. parade was of fences in the spring, but why not : Between' this blower or tan time of the. Civil
I tel" Ohio .writes.: "When I began the ,feature of the day, sixteen military them of .55, War. There
.treatment your repair in winter, when one can and the furnace forming a part : was J S3 I
ttf/: eyes were Inflamed nose companies being la 'line with I
VOe flopped un half of the tune andx.wa many clvla organization! Wie en- spare the time? The winds of winter the duct. Introduce a rain chamber, constant pain in the TonicSirs. .e--

, "sore and scabby.- could not rest at tire student body of Wake! Forest college may displace a board or rail here and surmounting it with an oil tank. The, back and head and Woman's ,

,night on account' of continual haul king. ; of which Governor Kltchln is II there, but a few hours' labor will repair oil passes through numerous small r4 the kidney. secre-

n4apftitng."I bad tried several' MljCeJies.A and was graduate was present. .-, a' mile of'' fence ,In the spring holes in tbe roof of the rain' chamber 4' ,. Uona were painful Eena ITare, of Pierce, Flo.;, tried Cardul 'and afterward:, I IS t

bout to give up, but thtwght ,I- would try The chamber. of commerce of. Pen-, when It Is put In good order In the and precipitates the products ot 4: and showed a sedi- S wrote: "I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had 1

Perunih"Attar: I had: 'taken about one-third sacola, Florida, has framed a resolu. fall.' New fences may be built in tha combustion It Is continually strained ment. The first remedy I pain in my side and legs, could not sleep, had shortness of breath.i.<::.
a tion In fall as well as In the) In to tbe tank the to help me was Doan's Kidney (
bottle I noticed a difference I am now protesting against the passage spring and returned < I "I suffered for until husband insisted on my trying
:1 completely cured. after suffering with congress yt the Tallnferro bill requlr brief, hundreds "dollars! may be :residuum being occasionally removed Pills. Threo boxes made a completecure years, my almost welL
catarrh for eighteen year. Ing a government Inspection of naval saved on farms by doing work In the from the pit and used as fuel.- and during five years past I have Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now am : .

."I think if tboBQ who are afflicted with stores shipped as Interstate or export winter that Is usually left till spring New York Press. had no return of the trouble." I Try CarduL 'Twill help you.
catarrh would
regret jt." try ,they. would never truffle. ,' and then but half done for want of Sold by all dealers 60c. a box. AT ALL DRUG STORESFADELESS '
It's deal easier believe
a good
,.Peruna la manufactured by The Peruna No more are;Mie small'boys of Chi time.-Weekly Witness. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo N. Y.
Drug Mfg.. Co., Columbus, Ohio' cago 111, to be supplied with air guns the angels love maay sinners Many men are discouraged who
than that they love all the saints. '
ttrftelo' youfr Druggist Jw & Free Jewttino toy pistols and other weapons with Keeping Seed Potatoes never had any courage '
Alnianaofor 19OO. rFample which -to,kill pigeons, shooi cats and -
Tho Ideal Praises Tetterine for Eczema.
method of
keeping seed
jeopardize the lives of their play-
N trenlmeiitBUD "Hnvo. been troubled wit?, eczema on POTAM
potatoes is claimed to be cold storage.
rI L E S CROSS Pile and mates. To complete the extinction ofany' the face for nearly. two yeora, and a few .
Fistula. Cure and. martini that have been Potatoes thus kept at Ohio station applications of Tetterine and the ofTotterlne othsr 4ye. Too ,
spirit may UM Color Ob.... They dye 'In cold' warn'bottar tOss any
more goods brighter' and fester colors than any other dre. One loo package" color all
...U--: VrvkMTitbr mall Implanted In them they ate to be deprived have come out sound and fresh with Soap: hue entirely cured me, k WO dye ally garment without ripping, spar[ Wrlrq for.frve_booklet How to uye lileuci" Dull Ml* .C,,'''''. PiONUOK UllUU CO.. Statue r, UUnole. ,,!'
cannot ally too much for ltd prnltte, aa It
!tEA CO.. OEpf. B MINNEAPOLIS, MINN of soldiers' uniforms: The wont.en's no indications of sprouting tnd their has done more than' my physician did" Japanese Railways.The No unmarried woman over forty- ,Muses the Utka Press: China
club of Chicago has decided the vitality unimpaired even so late as airs. S. A Hasklna.Myrlc'ks welcoraa"tho )
When a man is overworked be Muss five lo fit to teach says a writer I haa shown a dlapsltloL to'
slaughter of birds is in violation of authorized capital of Jnpanesa
the first '
of June. It la important, Tetterlna cures CcKema. Tetter ItingWorm outride adopt eocnw '
ought to stay at home and
a day rio, shouts the 'Cleveland Leader.No .
the conservation of natural resources electric undertakings In 1003, $14193.
however, that the temperature of the Ground Itch itchlnff" Plloa Infant's
take '
of the children. Then his modern methods but tho controlling :
care and the bdys are to 'be dispossessed Sore Head Pimple I Coda. Itajirli I to in 190T The unmarried woman Is that: old. ,
next day's,work In the office will everything that tends to breed-in cold storage room should not fall be- Scaly Patches on tho Face, Old Itching 000 rose jns.721,000 element Is not prepared to'' abandon "
seem to him like a vacation. to kill. low thirty-five degrees nor should itrise Sores' Dandruff: Cankered St'alp, nun- electrical works undertaken chiefly I DistemperIn all the ancient Chinese ,
them the desire
Inns, Corns, Chlll'lalnn' and every form of Ieas. I.
I Itch much above forty. 'When cold Tettorlne Tetterlno represented lighting and railways.The nil Its forms all of horsesand
cured In 30 minutes by Woolford'n Promoted by inquiries which emanated Skin Dlaeaae 60c, among ages
. Sanitary Lotion.. Never fails. Atdniggi.U. from the war department at storage i la not available, sproutingmay Soap 2&o. Your drugfflat, or by mall from number of lights supplied In I flogs, cured nnd others in the same '
In the manufacturer The Bhuptrtne Co., in to stable prevented from having the diseaseViith CAPUDI E';
Increased 1907
Washington a ,search made for tho some measure be prevented Savannah: al>. 1903 285,000 I Snohn's Distemper, \ Cure. t\ery '
What would the man do'who graves of thoje American who fell by shoveling the potatoes frequently. 859143. Toklo and Osaka require tie guaranteed Ut'er 1500,000)( bottles bot.'I'I

shakes,' in his shoes If ,he had no at the battle of New Orleans, has revealed -Farmers' Home Journal. 0;,;'' iCOURSm. each 100,000 lights Cloctrlo rail \ hut year. SO end $1.00.) Good 1 COLDS

shoes I' comparatively few. Tbe rec. "Now, Pat would jou sooner loso ways show equal development. In or send to mnnufnctureis Agentsuinteo.. I CURES -

Only One "Dromo Quinine"That ords of the war department show that Care of Stock. your money or your life?" 1903 tho mileage was thirty-eight, Spec.\Vrilo Contagious for free Imnk Uisensea bpohn Uoshnn JIol Ind.: Co, and GRBPP I ItRemoVeS, '
- ie Laxative Dromo Uulmne.! Look In the lights of December 23 and 23. So far as their !proper bedding,' "Why, mo loire yer rlverence; 1 which rose to 119 In 1907. nnfwlll( bo I -- I the .,
of E) W. Grows. Used the and 1, end 8, 1816, ntty- Relieves the aches and feveriehneaa
the 1814. January II
for lipiut.ure !
{ feeding and ventilation want me money for me old 030. FEMALE: MATHEMATICS. I
23o. are con largely added( to by construction durIng No Aa.tnlUdFertilizer
World over to pure a Cold in One Day. five men were killed one hundred and I I. Contain
elgthy-flve wounded and mnety.thre 9! cerned, it Is too Important a matter Philadelphia Inquirer._ the present year. Wlgg-I wonder how old Miss Antique |, --

It often happens that the man who misting, of the American. forces; It for the thrifty farmer to neglect at- Many Children Ara KlckllII ,\'. IsVaggWell? :

makes_ trades has no tlmo, to cover. was believed that In the national cemetery .' tending to himself. However trust-
them. T in Cbulmetta thero were many worthy his assistants, Judging by our used by blether Oruy, n nurw In ChiMron's I>B.O Ointment Is guaranteed to cure nny. to me that the was twenty-eight,

.. 8tronR ilruif eatujrtlon firaply aggravate gl'a ves of unknown victims, but a own experience It will pay him well Home Now; lorlt cure btimmur Tornplnlnt tl\l'leolltchln' 0 to 14,days Bhnl or, i3lee.iingor money. relun.led.Protru.l.tigt'iles Coc-; so now I suppose die must be about I MIXING MACHINERY,
Rtomaoli Troubles
the oondillou-tbo true remedy for constipationaacl diligent eeaich has failed to discover at the close of the seasoz: to see each Teething l'everl.hno,8.Diitord Hendanhe'rs and Destroy %Vorm,. At, m thirty.-Philadelphia Record. |I '
, liver trouble found In Garfield anv. Twelve of these soldiers are evening that his cattle horses "The Standard Oil Company Is willing I
sheep all DruffxlHla', iOn.I Hntnplo mAiled Face"
Tea the mil Herb laxative for Children
Soothing Syrup
burlecf on a plantation below Now Orleana and hogs are well bedded fed and Address Alia H. Olmsted Le Hoy N. Y to pay a big sum to the Inventor Mrs,Wmslow's reduce. mfhimina- ATLANTliLI'woRK

Persian Justice.Tther and six others" lie in St. Louis watered. ScarcelY less important in of a plan to abate the smokn tethtgaoften8tboKums. colic.25c a bottu ;
cemeteries. Where the other victimsof HARD TO })ERSTAND.BaconThat'l toU.oIIVDam.clrc
the said representative of I I
ventilation of nuisance a
the buildIngs
proper .
Persia ,
revolutionary party burled It.
the famous battle were the third time thli The man who never Intended to
is circulating: on postcarla and In seems Impossible to establish, in which his stock are wintered. week I've seen Blinks coming out the corporation., "We hope the people .- bo famous Is often the most surprised 1', Uc\1SA" \
aa of'j'ersiam While the entrance of draughts and :' will take up the matter and assist "
larger picture descriptive
:.form of that Xray doctor's.E&bertIs when he flmla a basket of
the smoke
W.ahin'gton.Seventeen cold is to be carefully prevented It us "Why not drive '
; Justice, which shows 4lhreebandits that so? What In the ?" I ventured. "We prestige on his front doorsteps, contends SHAFTING, PULLEVS, BELTS
should wAter
nations already have accepted borne In mind that domes- through!
; hanging; by their feet from do'you the doctor can the (Manchester: Union.
" the city; Kate of Ttmrl The men, the Invitation extended ,by the ticated animals, like man himself, suppose States.Ilow's are "doing tbnt'to a certain extent." lOM3ARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA; C*.
Bee in that man?-
almost naked, are shown suspended Netherlands to attend the International need fresh, whoesome air and If ha replied. "The InsIdes of our llliouniallxiu Prescription. r> PATENT nr our new method. Do.. '

in the waU the conference with the object of for' compelled by Ignorance or, careless- man.. ___ _____ chimneys are sprayed every few Considerable discussion Is being E lLTOU1 I *..It to thn 'lMulln pKpltnllnwein4t' ',
from an opening ropes O at"
mulating general laws on the subjectof ness to breathe a foul tainted atmosphere ThIs'Wa ?/ feet by sprinklers, and! we assumed caused among the medical fraternityby New York mmln.WrOt NATIN-.I."n 111'8.lu.O."n',

bindIng their, \feet being fastened ton bills of exchange, their validity, en It Is at a serious risk of health offer One Hundred Dollar Reword that, this "would bo sufficient to remove the Increased use of whiskey for aip2i,9..I"U'S1 R"all.alo Bulg,.Pblla.FeT >

pillar next to which a militarylrU1U'd forcement etc. The powers that thus and consequent profit. A visit to the for any cue of Catarrh that cannot be all objectionable gases from rheumatism. Is almost Y P EW RITER S
Intention of an Infallible
/ tanda at "attention. "For far have signified .their barn stable and pigpen early In the cured by Hall a.Catarrh Cure. the smoke?' "But It doesn't work?" Jt Sol I4t,rented,exchanged.eywhopLlachle! ,,k\;
being represented are the United II'. J. CHETEV &" (;0..Toledo-O. euro mixed with certain "
hour\ runs the legend under the picture other equal to nnw tnlil at a Mrloir ot 80 to
i 4 States !Mexico Germany, France Italy morning will at once warn the observant We the, undersigned ho\'. known IT. J. "Apparently not according to the other ingredients and taken proper. pent on manufaturr' Irloo Ov.h or nnnttuirpny.uent
wretches the robber \
"these Ago farmer of Cheney for the taut 13 end believe there Is a better pan mfumr.w'tiirrr
China Panama, Costa Rica, Peru a defective ventilation. yenn complainants. If ly. The following Is the formula: cu..re 8U" D
*glen Tcon.on' writIng and see
hi their honorable in nil business WU.
companions. hung him
and the dominican republic Spain Belgium -Weekly, Witness. perfectly and financially able to metihod of purifying smoke we'd like "One ounce of Torts compound 1 and "Ca.. : .GJ
transactions carry .
! ''badly wounded condition before death Switzerland Norway, Bulgaria, It." New York Press. of f ., : t ,
WJI. out any obligations made by his firm. to consider one ounce syrup Sarsuparllla com
relieved their agony.. Thousands of Montenegro and Siam, while accept Care of Orchard WALDINO.. KIN-SAI' & 1IIAnvl Wholesale pound. Add one.half. pint of good

people' of ell ages and classes looked ancoa from the. others. are practically The farmer' must take up sprayingand )Druggists, loledo O.Ilnll'i IN COURT. whiskey. Take in tablespoonful doses eysai

f' mournfully upon these victims ot assured. other measures for the care of his Ingdircctly Cntarrh upon Cure the Wood is' token end Internally.sct-mucuous.ur- "Her husband was run over." before each meal and before retir ;

>'Persian justice."* ?, The senate committee, on judiciaryhas orchards to a much greater degree faces of the lystem 'fe timon'Rla' sent free. "Now that he Is gone. I presume Ing.

decided to report favorably to tho than In the past. Apples will\ trice.75c per bottle. Sold by M! Drugm"I I that she realizes 'this full value." I II This is said to produce almost Immediate Hide* and '
Bliok Cat Turns Steamer. committee on appropriations. the much go Toke ilall's Family Fills for constipation. I "She does. And she won't compromise results 11 WoolF..t".n.
Two etorles are ,told by marIne the salaries of higher In price until this lessonIs
amendment for cent less"-Louisville
'men explaining the return of the oil federal Judges from tha chief Jus-. learned The abandoned. apple tree, HIS STR TAOE\I.: I Courier Journal a I A DIFFERENCE. .. .T.I.Beeewav. Clnseasr.Cold. .

'tatcamer John Duncan, which reached lice to associate Justices of the supreme beside the cellar walls of the house "How did 1 1 you cure your wlfo of 'Mother (Indignantly)-Yon naughty Wild S..I.IYo.R..d.( M.dealeret Appl.

North Point on its way to Erie court to tbe district Judges. that burned down. generation ago, chattering .o much?" boyt Stop pulling that poor cat's .blidud Cla".1 la I8J6-"O_We.balls eutturrla

. ,Pa., but ,then returned to port. A Under the proposed legUlatlon tha has been yielding a crop for anyone "I told ,her that when her lips MORE tall i Louinle"Msad! cen do

>. cross-eyed black ca.t'llI the. fo'castle. chief Justice will receive. U7.600! associate who came along to gather It, but Its were closed they formed a perfect Little Innocent-I'm not pulling {It. siesta er Coo.a.I.1, R.
justice $17,000; circuIt judges.. day Is about over. The. San Jose B.nk ..
Cleveland Leader. I'm say Wnle
says Jhe crew Cupid's bow. only holding on. The cat Is doingthe r.-
$10,000.; and district Judgej, $7,500. scale will probably send out of exist- pnoe )eeil hippiaa
The waves !Were ,too heavy and pulling herself.-St. Louis He- ..
'the promise of 'a blizzard too great Surgeon' General (of the Army Rob ence before many years all trees TIle Favorite. public.PostCardsFREE. M. Babel & Sons, '

to risk the'"men's lives,, Is the announcement I ert M. O'Reilly has been retired by .,which are not cared for. Thus far Millions of suffering eyes have PINMIAM M7 5. Mtrkel Bt.l.ewsviLLg.K.
age limitation. He served as a surg- the farmers seem exceedingly found In Dr. Mitchell famous salvea
.of the 'who apathetic
captain, ,
eon in the civil war and wall the per. In real blessing. Reject the offer of
?outs"the black ,cat yarn. Cleveland taking up spraying but the denier sell for
sonal physician of President any to a drug your 6Qcts'pep
, Anyway the John Duncan came in Washington. lIe will-be sue- rise of prices and probably the In- eye. Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve Is a SEED 'OATS

back. 'Arter'the f gale subsided or ceeded by Lieutenant Colonel GeorgeH. creasing devastation occasioned by simple, healthy remedy to be applied.to abu.
CURESAdded Home of Andrew .
':the cat disappeared as you please Torney, whose nomination to be the Insect. will bring about. before the lids It cures without enteringthe vlew ln Wmhlnuton.. Jno D.*C,on..itnilothorsouvonlr.hunting. soenen, 1.I'oto.pSe.

* the Duncan again ,started on its trip surgeon general has been confirmed many years, a different attitude on eye. Sold everywhere. Pj-lce 25c. Cards. of national. Interest, so In all, FRII I ., sPewer. ., barley I
their you send ins, p. Drauabin, .. .. gesees and
., .to 'the. lower lakes. by the senate.\ THE TOURIST'S WAY. (mention his paper) nameiand, adaresftea o( 5 : <. al. wo.4: 1015 ostalag=.a '
'Tbe'brown tail moth has or 1 .and peoolv. or J'I" '
extremely montlrkelycoattand btsl- : .pl. OIl
,It Ell MOTHEM-IN-LAW :.-. The president's reply to the charged abundant in the Oulds-Want a guide Show you to the Long List due mo'.rouloU.opl. I1Y MAt L, IP YOU oaSe, 71,10405' 10 Ieee 4 '
filed recently against Georuo F. White season Just : par a..re. bari.l eta..oa.arwortkU
DOT I.Atl A DA Y .
to'ee In Paris. : ol.ai I 0 or .
ought ,
Proved a Wise;Good Friend. United States 'marshal for the southern Closed The warm dry spring and everything you to This Famous Remedy. the "VE.DOUAR.A.DAY clnn then aelalog an" ma'. maui 0.14."5 afld a .wIth 5,

district of Georgia .was,announced early summer reduced his losses from Tourist-No, thanks; I'd rather see erAS'1 RIQHT by cokIng. for FREE oa."lolu.. : farm seed novelty =

. A young'woman 'out In la. found a In the shape of a appointment of climatic causes. The same Is doubt the things I oughtn't to ee.-Llfo. Camden, N.J."It Is with pleasurethat DRAUGHON'SPractical 1m cc. .
.wise good T friend' in her mother-In- Marshal White for another term in less true of the San Joss-ecale. The I add my testimonial to your 1L 10. .c.I c W

law,' Jokes notwithstanding.: She 'office.' Friends of the marshal here wood leopard moth, exceedingly difficult FRIEND SAID TO USE CUTICURA already long List hoping that it may Business :
', him congratulations on the Induce others to avail themselves of College
.'writes. :' ..'; are Issue of the affair.. They to.comhat successfully, becauseof After Specialist Failed to Cure Her this valuable medi. ATLANTA J.4CKSOVVI, ,
'."itIs, twor .:yean since"we" began regard triumphant. it as the most complete and Its attack upon the Internal part of Intense Itching Ec.cmaad Been ,'' ':,,4 clne.LrdiaE.Plnkham'lI JAIUYILLI or M NrGO U'UY. S ;

.using .Postum In our bouse. I was effective'! exoneration that the president the tjree. seems to 'be increasing rap- Tortured and Dlaflgnred-Was I Vegetable EEDjWE %

i. greatly. troubledwith my stomach,' coutd tender him. '. Idly.'' It Is Injuring chiefly!! the shade '- Soon Cured of Dread Humor Compound.! I suffered ANT INTELLIGENT MAN CAN :

''corfpldxloa.! wan blotchy and yvllow.Aftermeai Nowberry's trees Of the., metrojolltan district. "I contracted eczema and suffered! intensely ', from terrible
Secretary -
--* l.':1 often suffered sharp If congress accepts 'TheIm. leaf beetlewidely distributed for about ten months. At times I .' headaches, pain In 'INCREASE 1113 INCOME !

:.pains'and would have' to 'lie down. pians'tor the_new jiavy., this over, the State, has ,not spread thought I* would scratch myself to.pieces. ,tt5r" t. my back and right SHIP BEST QOALTT'S3.FIEIJl
coVintry will have the tout largest baviJeshlpa ; lily face and arm. were) covered with large ;' sIde, was tired and
motnor-oftea'told me it w'a. the' its destruction with, .t t AND GARDEN 8EJED3 DIHECT,TOg
any, even hand ,
:co fee I:drank at afloat.. Each of them will be red patches, so that I Was ashamed to go 'Y'z& nervous and so Wy' add $1000.00 to
meal But when but .has exhibited.a f S
degree local
thousana tona larger than tho ;) out. I was ajvued to go to a doctor who weaklcouldhardlystand. $ to by FAlnIERS..AT"LO
;I'd quit cones: I'd have a severe bead- blggestf four ever.authorfred for'the variation which calls for the scrutiny was a specialist In skin diseases, but I received Lydia E. Local Agent?your Write jacis i ,,S'.WE WOtJj
I shin a*
,ache: 'l'J? ., of an .entomological expert The very little relief I tried every Pinkharn's Vegetable '
'It-p 'Whlle--" visiting, my mother-ln-laur .American navy 'They would cost from spring of 1908 witnessed a'great Increase known remedy,' with the same. reemlts I Compound restored you would like to represent SELL CLOVERS.tORASSESi'y'

J temarlteth she always made such eliht, to .ten'milllona edob.. in the abundance of these thought I would never. get better until a C me to health The Mutual Life SEED OATSBE CORN, ,' CAN"1

;ood coffee.'and asked her to tell me pests, probably due to the dryness of. friend of mine told me to try the CUtie..... and mado me feel like a new person, Insuance SEED, PEAS,'SOS'BEA.NS'PEANUTS
Ow.' She laughed and told me It was A further InrestlgatlSn oi the question May and June of that Remedies/ I tried them, and after four and it shall always have my praise.'' : POTATOES
length of service of Sec. year The or five applications of Cutieura oca Lincoln Company of New BEE
lia y' to make good 'coffee when of the leaves finally became Ointment I -Mrs.W. P. V ALENTmB, .. ,
you .
JJ'l cabinet officer discloses to hard that the wee relieved of my unbearable itching 1tuerl Avenue Camden N. J. CABBAGE ,
.ret Wilson as a '
Post ry OVCH .
urn. the fact that It will be, necessary _beetles could not eat them and this two sets of the Cutieura Remedies, 'I, Gardiner ;},Ie.- I was a great sufferer and, ,' ONION, STQARDEWBEANS'QARDEN'pA?
f; began 10 Use ,Postam as soon as followed by a .sever winter, resulted and I am completely cured Miss Barbara I from a female disease.. The doctor F. SHEDDEN Manager. ,
got"home, and,now.'we' '.have theme ', ," for biOI.t. .serve until November la Krai Hifhlandtown. Md Jan. 1llh.Ameroa Bulla. ATLANTA. OA.
): a conllderable'dlmlnutl0n of the :! II, 1008. 'said I would have to go to the '
: "good \t.'coffee' '(Postum> 'teyery: 29, 1909, In order to have eijaaled pest. This has baen a year of its re Potter Drug &" Cham' Corp., Sole Propsof ., hospital for an operation but Lydia E. SOUTH .ALL" KINDS GARDEN'PILD''A

and I have- no mora trouble .J tnitlon the recoril of Albert Oallal'n'! of 'Pennsylvania vlval. Cutieura Remedies, Boston, AI..... Plukham's Vegetable Compound completely GEORGIAANY FARM LANDS FLOWER SEEDS.JUN '

Is a thing 4hepast.; and I! who was secretary o< the The new agricultural high schools Gift of Eloqunce. cured me In three months."_ 8IZK TRACTS. TKRMS OIVKN. ,., WI"B ,

complexion! :, ..cleared, up beauu -' I r treasury ,President-Jeftcison'fc flrotadministration. of the State have Eloquence Is accounted the greatest 1>[R8. S./.A. WirtJAwa, It. F. 1)'No. 14, X *>m the plone.. real estate maa of South PRICES, : _
an important work
.uIfF."-< M i* : 'If: he "should! )''serv* DOT! 80, Gardiner ila. ,, SeorfflA. Rave I..ted ao""d..r pnpl!. FOR AN SAMPL
.Tt***.. .. .: ?. : before them in Impressing-upon-the of all possible gifts;"among the is difficult her from usher .n.. pcipiaand .
Because' case a one .
$ that th.2Dth.of' Novemb your STATE'W
grandaiother suffered a great ,)longer J : t".> have farms that mliiiq YOU'Wf
farmers of the future the method Of Arabs.. According-! to' Arab tradition 'doctors done oounit.
having no
wIth will nave made 'a"record you (good sold. If the ehane o( your SUe lobuyhorn
'deaie; heir ktomaoh.>! Her ney\.111J"WIIIOD\
./ U doctor meeting these pests. Economic entomology -. the jnost"superlative) degree of elo-' do not continue to suffer without eheap. address :
Id her to leaf off! coffee. She then for length of service: in theabtoL" attain.'by, :, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable J.:' MONROE. f
>". ,,, Is becoming one of the most .quenC41 ,was : King David giving 'Albyu.'C.orll'Cancers. : smt
tOok tea, but that was just as bad.t: Compound a triaL It sorely has cured NASHVILLE
his .
.. .. practical of all scientific! ; studies YhaState ouch: being the. beanty of,
..... 0,1.
\ ; $he Onally wss tlndncecf tty '/, many cases of female tile, such as iiu< -
: 'aildd to the of hiS
f: 'Th. advoeass'ofagu .alylver will alsdbave to perform aa Increasing poetry Cured.,
; w1l.lchh.e has used for' Summation,ulceration displacements
over i ,
amount of 'work these rwords..that when .Jte declaimed tin 215 SC'O,4AIIIUE*, su1
and i harbor > appropriation,.pill aro- along ; "
r. $ : ; fibroid tumors Irregularities, periodic '
'd hstrddertnathewIs.l' ? : making ,;.everjhr effort"te. haveA such a .,:lines.-Boiton Transcript.. psalms ,even "birds and /wild beasts pains, backache that bearing-down has '. Modoetot, In. tbe Cnraat world not bee h.no
btot, 'meaoitre. reported at 'thV'nreaent sessf "4 t _' .were ..peUboull benl
dOj Ha kaJWelttff.* atle' $n.c)< efigrtssv.S Wbt18"kb Languages 1st India.xit .. oaioDa'lIB' many, its'"400. men died prostration. costs but:a. trifle .., lo.r., .,.....eentainiolr.aie.r5.ii't on ... .If\n.it.hi nvonkt
\scHeWss for ',tfcwJ\ ,Ulant ". 1ndI'bas ditfeent'lan-' < to try It and the result ia ''worth nail- .1..1. .PPI'.00. --
: I-bout'lH! from" th I:ece s \.cfdelltht Induced \ : t>, .
to Po EO AID. Mv'.f'
_ _..lib ( Jlfdera.tlon: by /reading.. f, _. 5. '\ > lions to many suffering womea.:.. I ,-Jtsr t.Bll. LW5e, : "'-ii: 't A ", ,. '.
tnttttfetf !
'ICl1If1'e1\ e tt1 happens.that
ante gi Cor, Ba Uobe er pfoleqt: Is fn', -"Cl'.II'. ) .

k, Ml _ ROSA to .rot only the mcirfejg, noeessss'y'g. : ,irfrlftinto Calcutta: who pan; find I > ; : : "i

Here. GClhlm.Jl.CIIu, the' work This WoJ j i ...a'abie't8 :Understand'their, : '
a Itea- \ ",,,,
IIIo, .. make an "all.year; nine/ 11.....,. Not sf little trouble/caused, .I.

.' .. "", ', '" 'IQ' PI feint tu b.r ***& visitors. The courts/ too VOU,00; "k. P r : ;

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1 9at' Jt'f'/'Ar"-U-only'. ,', PAYING FOR ,A MEAL AH The, Cause of Many l : ., '
be" liver;e* (.".wva .. -
,Jlv...It would,' be: .> stupid a* w.n a* Was Worth About ShJMIno\ te Plok 'Sudden Deaths ;,Acres,Cypress and, '"' JAMES M?. PflttKlNS. ..,, '.,. .. ATLANTIC:.

;rftv**. thing fto:beat er *tarved '
weary These Bon.%, CR.AILROAp'goes
There Is dlsatso In this --
'm'i beosytuM \Ie"-.a I '*iI./ .- bK work. So Colonel Bbeneaer Sproat of Revolutionary Sounlry most a dan porous prevailing because so docop- Pine Timber). ; in' Bre- ATTORNEY and OOt1NS1iLORAT-,

to, treating toke :lagging/ torpid liver It to fame was' born andbred In I I live. Many sudden LAW

*> rr .4' rnUtake to lash U with strong Mlddleboro, !o1..., lie was always t deaths are caused by vard bunty for sale. '

. OrMtlo drug! A torpid liver to .bat antndUatlon fond of a Joke and was quick to selzsan -5_ It-heart disease; DeLand, -- Flntlda. r= Everywhere.:"'-..

" ot an Ill-nourished. enteebtedbow opportunity to Indulge his propen r.neumonla, heart See T E. Arnold of Will Practice. 'in- State .and Fetlcia'CourtB :' "
..: Mr? organ are weary wltk ere 1 apoplexy ,
ff o .,"'Stan with the stomack.ndaflM ally: ', a* the following Incident Illus are often the resu:, .

1 I,', Mrt* of digestion and nutrition rut trates. Ill lather also a Colonel I of kidney diM..... If DeLand Realty Co. --- Jtfortfy Soutl? a st

4'' Horn In woxklnc order and sea hew Bproat kept a'tavern. One day while I[ kidney trouble la allowed f :TEWAKT" Ul.Y. ;

Bbensaer waa at home on a furlough to advance -
'knlokly yeur liver will beoene aeonr "7' --- -

h,: tNv Pleroe's Golden .Uedleal Discovery three prlvatcr soldiers on their return .r kidney-poison A.TTOBNETS1AT-1\ .A W.7Ofnoe .
has made many marvelous 0 ours et"livertrouble" from the seat.of wa*. sited for a cold blood will attack the t --'-' -

'. by It* wonderful control of the luncheon. ?. kit ".tal; organs or the : In Bank Building, DELAND. x.

:, ..assofditsstlonandaetrtIOn.' It re- Mr*. Rpreat et on the table some kidneys themselves cell. break down and wasts f 'I $ Branch office over Po Wffioe.DAYTONA 1HiiOUCH PULLMAN SERVICE ;:
o \ \More*the normal activity of the stomach.Increases bread and cbeese with the remnant of .war.addor by troubles most always result froma ,;.

the sooretions of the blood-mak- the family dinner which bar son D. Landla Bert Fish "
derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is Gary ON ALL TRAINS
f, '.Ion tlanda, cleanse th. system tram pots thought rather scanty:; far for hungry obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol LANDIS & FISH t

.t;; tonoui accumulation, and so relieve*tiae men. He felt a little vexed that the the kidneys. If you are fooling badly yo i -

Bear of th* burdens Imposed upon It by defender of the country were not can make no mistake by taking Dr.Kilmer \TTORNEY8 and'COUNSELORSATLAW -
,the defection of other organ Swamp-Root the i Ever: and
more bountifully supplied. Tbe soldiers great kidney
U have DUt.r or b4 taste m tbe saner '1\1. "
( yon after satisfying. their appetites, bladder remedy.It CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER1
.but poor*r rrarlabU appetite ooatod tonfnie. corrects Inability to hold urine and scaldIng
DeLand Florida .
asked him how much they should pay. '
k tout brlaw.IDa Irrscnlar bow.kNet I'
It and the 4It
In overcomes
t passing
Will Practice in State and Federal
. ._ weak aulUI Urad.' Otipoadent, fraanantkmdachs Ebenezer said ha would ask his mother of
unploasant necessity being compelled togo
dlstnal n"small ot,,"I&." Courts.
\pain r '. He found her In the kitchen

Oarbap nawlnB naIu or dlstVesse.a.Vjl;>>* JrN tasntl-Xr-Halms. .-*' la-, "Mother," he said, "how much I* It times often during during the the night.day and The to ml.d got"; up and many the perfecting Special facilities land titles for examining and For detailed Information, schedules,.rate and reservations, gee

;throat after eMD. % sad. ataX-. symet.aa worth to pick: those bone.? extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root soon I :your nearest! Ticket Agent or write or call on -
and. torsi u "About shilling, I cues," she answered realized. It stands the highest for Its won. '
ef wink stomach L. McCROBY
I L Ticket Atlantic COBS Line R. R., DeLand. Fla.: or
ClB.will ralleve toe mo aI derful cures of the most distressing cases. t E. ..POWB. Agent< \
I n nissn I ITT Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and sold .. V .
officer returned to tbe soldier
The young "Sb. look but can't look In" I FRANK C BOYLSTON Triiv. Paan. Agt, A.O.L. \
cal cove chap. and, taking from the barroom till by all druggists In fifty-cent and one-dollar can out. you ATTORNBY-AT-LA.W. f Jackaonvllle; Fla -(
I L1 srx e.,tn u>an will be rasatMone sized bottles. You ti .
apart > may Division Paaaenfrer Agent A. C.fc.
A. W'FRI'rOT. )
8 shilling and smiling! genially upon v.aoa -/ Yaw. ......-- .' /
lisa aad ret point te spl4 UreterbUlotmnas have a sample bottle of '. : .
d aad weak: 11___. ....... all them gave each man one and with this wonderful new discovery II w V'N/eaNite DeLand, Florida. -
kok teeed ..* blscnluu srlddl. ..... andothnutdUmMMefood (good wlshe sent them on their way. and a book that atolls ..'

and. take She"eMasa after came lu and PORCH SHADES -- ...
Mrs. Sproat soon all about It, both nomeoeaw.mp-a.earent Silas B. Wrliht 8. B.'Wright' Jr. -- --
Id.db.1Dt.Iovsrr"r.nIsrlys.d.tlokMits: asked Ebeuezer what be bud done with Co
free by mall.Address Dr. Kilmer &
until are Ttooroue and Mranav & WRIGHT,
ue The Dlsoovwry"ran. : I* noa-eeerat. ....-...... the money for the soldiers' dinner.In Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention We ale exclusive agents at DeLandfor WRIGHT

fcollo. 1* a sjlyoarle. extract of native Mdlelnal apparent amusement be exclaim reading this generous offer In this paper these Porch Shades. Just the thin ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW. Stetson

note wtaa a full Hat of lu Imredlwiteprinted ed: ""Money! Did I not ask yon what Don't make any mistakebut remem- for your verandas during the hot sum NOTARIES PUBLIC John 1 1 B. University
end *
on each bot 1.-wra.ar attests and
,under o.tk Its IncxedlenU ere. _40...... It wa worth to pick those bones little ber the name Swamp-Root, Dr. Kll mer sun Call at our store and Once! at Telegraph Office

and extolled br: the moat eminent. *Mdloalwrltere yon said a shilling I thought It mer's Swamp-Root and tbe addrem.Rlnirhamton examine.
ef tbs xe and are r.oom_...l to enough, for the bone were pretty:; J. P.. ALLEN CO. DE!,AMD FLORIDA.
cure tn..diseases for which It le ad....., bare and I handed the men the money N Y., on every bottle A SCHOOL FORMAL!. DENOMINATIONS.'

____ ______.
substitute of unknowneompoeltlon
r Don't accept a and -- -- COUNTY "u
from the till they are gone. ., UOLU8IA ABSTRACT,
-- -- ------- --- --
for thli Don._'luuuouiOF Mrs Sproat could not find heart to y INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE
Kjtomr 00I CIG'1'I0. favorite for this misInterpretation HODGKIN'SWagon COMPANY. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Engll h Language and Literature, Latin,
reprove eon Greek, German, Frenon Spanish Mathenmtlis, Ueroistrj.; Mechanic
r of her words and then CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR Alta, History, Philosophy, Pedagogy Political Economy, Biology, Geology,
she too loved a joke and 10, after an Titles Insured. Physical! Culture; eto.ln 1SU7 Stetson adopted the name requirement for ml.
r....ma".m tnrre Instant' glum look ibe laughed and SALE ON EASY TERMS Shop Abstracts furnished and titles perfect mission and graduation that were held by the University fbluiixu, mid! tbu
An excellent and comparatively Inexpensive ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup two were affiliated'
way to paper damp wall ra Maid It wa all rigbt.CASTORIA. $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE plied. COLLEGE OF W-Alwara strong this College will be further strength.

the following: Paint corrugated cardboard DeLAND, FLA. Opposite Volusla County Bank. ened In the tall of 1DOS by increasing the teaching force and and by offering a
Beet Peach Section In the Stats
two .' and a three ears' course oCa".ly
inch a* Is sold for packing. S. A. BAKER Seville Fla Everything in Wagons, Bnggie, Cart. DELAND FLORIDA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY-Civil, Electrical Mechanical and Chora-
bottle, etc. on both side with a* eta; manufactured and repaired In loal Engineering: courses :leading' to deirrees.' .
phalt varnish and fix It when dried m y COLLEGE FOB TEACHERS-A college course for teachers leading to a
with flve-elffhth Inch tin tack to tbe For Infant and CMldian. Shop known.in the very best workmanship ] E. ALEXANDER,, degree; a Normal School: for Florida. school teachers; model schools in all the
Only Bret-class men employedand of the school on the seventh
grades public special emphasis being put and
damp wall so that tbe smooth surface The Kind You Have Always Bought first-class work turned oat. I have eighth grades; Kindergarten( Training School! separate building. ,
la directed toward tbe room and tbe ately added to my p'ant aCOLD THII: ACADEMY-Classical. Latin Bclentldo: and", SolentIHo courses In prep. ,
.corrugation run from ceiling to !floor Bear \h.71f? ration for college. Stetson! Is especially strong In this work. Its s'udents

against the wall At the door level I' in Rank Building have RODS to Harvard,Yale,Princeton, ornell, Michigan and Chicago ,
uncovered Slpata.reofHad ( DeLand, Florida. BUHIMESSCOLLEOb! ; -Banklnir In all Its branches; Bookkeeping, by the J',
Inch should be left
one-half Y .7111 Practice in State and Federal best methods; Shorthand and Typewriting: elective courses open In other do. .
The cardboard should then be covered ; faculty and commodious building. .
Court ,
with coarse besstnn or other packing SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood Working:, Iron Working, and I ,
Seen Them All Before, Manual Training i Ii
material, on which a plain covering BLYAttorneyatLaw
GRANT SCHOOL; OF' FINE In Charcoal and Ink P.in
areDwl Damara 7rar ARTS-Drawing ; ting In Oil, .1
Once while James Wbltcomb Riley .
paper and lastly: the wall hanging .ere leraeu. nepl f Watercolor and Pastel new studio costly coat models etu

may be pasted The skirting board was visiting a town where he was lnte..4 ornmmtmar.pnt.R Yen cypno w'st..ebe.teg.IrpMand rl.t of Notary Public SCHOOL OF MUSIC-A 110,000 pipe organ" ; IB pianos; separata building; <,1,

should be removed while tacking on booked to give a reading u committee peaer.lInOpt large faculty; thorough courses; opportunities bxarlnictiriilnrlns. .-I
the cardboard which should have called to' take him In a carriage over M.pmtstoprow"S r Special attention given Real Estate STETSON baa a Faculty of 4$ pr.,lessors aidioathen, The hold: Peg ten ;
In Am.rim. it a to o.r..t.wta.e to ,
from the
University Chicago; Harvard Yale. Columbia Toronto W ak- For- ,
mall hole of an inch In length madeIn the city. In acknowledging tbe compliment : ..Wry.foe.Our We tee w111.tied For Annual isle e.rywhet. bans Law and Conveyancing. eat, Louisville, Bowdoln. Utrecht Bucknell University of Michigan Dennison,

the raised corrugations at Interval be said: writ.toS. I Arkansas Kalamaaoo, Baltimore and otber Institutions There are nearly f

of ten to twelve Inch* before It I. attached "..U go with you gentlemen provided M. PQtly a co.p MM)000, in buildings and equipment: over $:! ('.OOO endowment; an endowed I''
to the wall.Architect* and you promise that yon will not show e14 MbM Office over Volusla County Bank. library of over 13,000 volumes; a Imiutiful chapel with costly lurnisblnKS In .
DeLand Florida eluding stained-glass windows,7 oil pnir.tings! a $10.00 pipe organ;ra gymnanl. '
Builder Journal me the new courthouse, the new town urn with complete apparatus, an enclosed athletic dell, running ','ack. taunt

ball the new bridge, the new school QK. O. A. DAVIS, courts baseball diamond and gridiron besides swimming golf,rowing ami other
Embarrassing.A building and the new. Jail, for I've seen -------- -- -- sport: separate buildings fur men and women; ten I lurue laboratories fur Chem; I
istry Physios, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and Biology several
them all hundred time In PHYSICIAN ; large museums
In a a*
deacon many AND
rather looking SURGEON
pompon and shops eleotrto eleotrlo bell
; lights IB, steam beat cement walks shell roads
a certain ''city church was asked to town, and they Invariably wear me DELAND FLORIDA. broad avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical i

take charge of a class of boys during out before. the time arrives for the k2169BestROSES Office at residence Indiana avenue, and other studnnts' club.; star leoture courses; Christian; and not sectarian {

tile absence of the regular teacher. curtain to rise on tbe evening entertainment Court Honae. teaching The location is beautiful and healthful, and the expanses: are low
For catalogues, views, folders and Informaton address the pres'dent ,
While endeavoring to Impress upon /* TIRE SETTER Office Hours: 9 to 19. 9 to 4, and 7 to 8. \

their young mind the Importance of LINCOLN HULLEY Pb.D. Lltt.D., L.LD., DeLand Florida. t

living a Christian life the following HEALTH Can set your Tires without taking MRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.

question was propounded: SELECTB) AN! CMWRT9 wheels from vehicle. We take ont no

"Why do people call me a Christian BNSURANCE Ui 'V CIH BEST IKULTS.AaJ mlts, rub no paint or burn your felloe -

children the worthy dignitary asked The man who Insure his life la matt f>w trt.v wm..t7f/.., with a hot tire. Come and see it work PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

standing very erect. and sniffing down wise for his family. Oroemwst.td.A MM. Rirdr nd m.Euitr.,Hdg.amd84tubtsrt .and far Its Uumsun and hot again.you will' never' have your Tire set FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWA1
Office on East New York Avenue
Upon than ,,..
The man who hunr*. hi* health Thanking for i InIhe
dont know : gala on rurrnw fURl rnruak yon your patronage DELAND. FLORIDA.
'B eaUH they JOG, wa I. wise both for his family and con,_. catalog ol ROM*OnMnMnnl.. Fnm pas( and hoping a continnanra in LOCAL TIMS CARD No. 77. Effective January 5.19
the ready answer Gt a bright eyed little
Dlanself. ...d Nut tr.a F_ the stare, I remain
boy responding to the Ingratiating Tag GIFFINB .ao& t0.. w.eser.a [)U. A. MUNSON.. P0.50 No.56 No.53 No.29 Ho. 78DAILY N0. 74 No. MDAILY Ica
toile with one equally guileless and You may fuunre health by guard "'m .. J.........".. a7.ida'T Yonra to 8t'rve. DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY DAIUl

winning.-Llpplncotf.. lag It. It U worth guarding.At SCOTT .HODdKINS..KUICKER HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. B 10 pm pm iTi v..jaokionvllle.. 7 80 pot 4 pm tl6pm043am THtTMl
,1060 _
vault 11 10 i S60am Lv..Bt AugiutlD*..AI pan Slope
the first attack: of disease -- ----' 1148pm'i'ii'i'm 0 b pm 1167am p ss am v..EYt Falatka..
-'--- 810 54fl
Only a Leek ef Facilities. which generally approach: Office Second Door South of Fisher's 4',.. 13S pmliopm .,, ... v.Bot.l lOrmODd, .pan.,... 404 pm pro164pm ...47am...... all......
pan .1 w are Lv....Ormond...,Lv S'M
Clara aunty took: her for a visit to Drug Store. IK am 706 pm 146 pm 11 40 am ,....Daytona ...,Lv 8 21 pm MamSt4 4Hi
Niagara fall After viewing the great through the LIVER and manifest I OFFICE: HOURS 10 to 12 a.m.; 3 to band I to am 149 pm 9 n pm U28 pm ,..New Smyrna..LT 147 pm pm I(44 17 pm pm am Ole 141*>

waterfall for some time and the little Itself In Innumerable ways BROS T to 8 p. m. s 14am d a6 pm SOpm T 80 pm Lv.TIm.v111e..Lv 1 80 pm taopm: Man?Its

TAKE DeLand .. Florida. 551 am g'ii'pmU 161 911 pm Lv.Cocoa..LV 19 47 pm ...... .....
Ctrl: failing to make any remark aunty ......... .... .... .....Paula... 16 pm Lv..6ookladge..Lv a 48 pm I4 pm 618 its 1 d j
tried to draw tome expression from Nlerchiant -- .. 160pm00pm v..Eau Osl11e.Lv 11 te pm ,........ .......,..
nt TailorsFour 8 09 1 LV..Belbonme.Lr II 66 am ..... .. .. .......
am t bi'pm810pm itftar
her a* to what she thought of the DR R. E WALKER 7 60 am loam Mpm 6 00 pm L'. .Ft.Plerce.Lv 1010am U 40am 420am20am i
166 pm 7 10 ArWPalm .
pm Beach
she said Imam
fpeetacl 45aa(0am
Tutt'sPilis 10:00 19 OO ace soi 7 26 pin AT...Palm Baaoh..,
: TO 780am 9 .
: A. M. 1840
"Clara dont yon think the tall are i 10 so "l5"so'a'm 1026pm 10 14 ...
pm Ai. .Miami...... .
HOURS t) 6:30: TO 8:00: P !If. It MamUMprn $ 40 am ........ ........ 4 46 am J 14 am U io as e a
beautiful ...... .. .
Miami .... .
wonderful J" and wa amend Doors South From Fisher's Corner Excepting Saturdays. INpmeaT.m. ... .. \ Ar...Hommtaad....A.Lv........... ......... ((11 60pm ;a p
at the child' nonchalant reply: ...; ..
: ..
Ar Long Key .. LT....
And save your health. -. 180 m TOO am ...::::: .. Ataso'pp .. a obym lc
<>11. yea I .po** so, but I link our Key LT .... so pm la
Suit for morning and Suit Office! Residence, corner Michigan Upm r.T Tt el Wwt. Via ,B.Co... .. ... Tar
creek at home could do It If It bad aplace. noon of shade and patterns .,......,. I.PbOaaCoAr.Havana..LrIVIaP.bO, '
Avenue and Boulevard. rhone aaco.1100am....,
-Woman's Home Companion. night, 181.
AN INGENIOUS SWINDLER. new, Dally except flonday. Trains
do not
stop at Stations st which no ttm li*
Suits that fit you too, Just Suit euperblyllned all through

Knew M All. The Daring Mism That Was Werksd right and through DR. S. R. LOVEOSTEOPATH PALATKA: BRANCH 'w

On Sunday morning little Bobby by Qsrman Dealer. Suits well made at Suits Lsavela* EAST FALATKAPALATKA TO Arrive
a prices right that are a bargain true- Leave PALATKA TO KA8T Antnl
bowed sign of having something on ralalka
his mind. Finally be mustered. upcourage Near a small village In one of the Waiting! here When you appear. P.Utk Pslstka PALATKA FltalUto

and addressed hla father thus: lake state lived a western millionaire OradaaU. AVKBM'AMtCHOOl Of UKTEOP1THI .e:*: osm4Oam am ._-.'NO.Na 48 48 Dmllf D lry__. 6 40am0sm 845sm ,,.....JVo. 47 Dslly.,,.,.. I a
'"Say: papa, dont yon think It la time In seclusion with hi. little daughter FREE. Klrkmllle,Ho. s ._.NO. BO Dally,.._. too< sn .8 t0 am ,.-..No. 49 Dally. .. 710
and a few ervanta. The child was afflicted &0 New York Are. oppo.ii. collets.. UamUMpm .___No..c2 Dally._ 10 16 IS amNn. 61 I> lly. L
for m* to graduate from Sunday ,_ am U DO am No. 68 ,M M
chooir Chicago new with a rare cerebra spinal com KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda Omce Hours: 10 to 12 a. .m.L3 to 5 p. 4 th: pm _.Nn..No.M Dully Dally............. U98.40 pm Joo pm ,.?W. .J>0> 66 D.lly.liy..,.... 1 s
plaint a most unpleasant manifestation I II I I m., or by appointment Tel. 200. I MpmUMpm: :%: .. a pm pm ....,..No 67 D.tly.M 50
of which ::=::No.; M DDaallly..e.: ..:.1215am 10 pm It so pm: ,,.,,,,No. 60 Dally..,.... U409
Unsay Lies the Head. wa a frequent Was USO.m ,..., No. 41 Dmlly....... 1240 3tsavsBss
cough' and eminent
physicians, both
'Snicker: dreamed last night that 1 I BAN MATEO BRANCH
,,i America and Europe bad
was. a mUllontlr Kicker-Well, I *A8T PALATKA
d the case and Incurable. Arrtrs San Lea.*Baa
organic BAM
might a* wn have been one for an the BANMATBO llstoo
Later there live in MsMo *
to the
came V0fiige PALATXA
Fine Leather Seat
deep I cot last night-Bohemian Mag1 ,
.. a widow with a little girl affected v .
u .Wo. 49 Batty\ ._, 1 as
sImilar to the millionaire's daughter $1.98 DELAND p ..Mo. S3 I>..u,_. a 46 am d 18 am160pm No 6O Dairy.. ins
FLA. pm .,..
.Nn. 64 Dally... 4 WMe p
l 1 I This child was a delicate, flower faced Dining Room Chair '
NATURE creature, wistful from the Isolation 25 Na St No. uBally
ea.eaty en. only ... sods, MAYPORT BRANCH No. ISDally No.So. M pa
hat must have been her sad lot, and
Beautiful In design with' graceful panel back' Made ol owed .only
quarter pm 0 10 am 100
: Needs an Assistant. the peculiar bark-like hiccough which solid oak with: a handsome:: golden finish,highly i polished. Oraia leather seat, DI1.V.. S. TAYLORSURGEONDENTIST. qpm 060am068am a 40pm pm I 40 00 am am Ly.r........,JacksonTllle._ ..Ai m am 0 pm
she made at once attracted the mil box trams construction. French lees The price Is possible only because N pm a 48 pm a 4e Pablo Beach.Lv 60am4am IIII pm IS
Th.com In the fannsr's bin do snot plant llonalre of our Immense. < exclusively" lumina IW rn.S 1110 am'ioo.m 700 f am LW.AIIanUO BewbL, 8 f9 IS 411
attention Minds suuctsdiuniiies: thaatawe pm B 00 ., paJTlbUHTUil
and am Ar.
a big out' chairs of sll In can *mt emt law .Ma ort..,., Lv a e0 am t9 n'n 4
,IbMlf.. Nom_ can Nature,alone and Un- : direct:
: hearted If rather Ignorant man, be atemler profit and sell to yen.1 waolea.i.. a esr 1 any a
aided always perform the enormous auks .-.. .N Chr an.eA r a sf e..4 I IjYiHpmi pat ..S
You ran no chance,for we give your back U chair Is not DM, r..i..a
the mother money every ltr..a
-l; that are so often forced noon bar.it gave employment about his if exactly we represent You_v...lemmt e.. dollar Im_star. Office In Fisbur's N>w..Brick Block 4 p Lv. ... m. tr. i f51I s ,
. ,, home and showered the afflicted child i and set better satisfaction. Chaira lot dining-room, parlor,bed-room, MptWpm 10 OS am t..Lr ao,. y,. 1 g am e
ftttun' N..d. ma AnHtmat.rpsrf with present f.,j f porch. kitchen lawn, stores, olhces-esd, every other use from the !second }'Iuor'DeLand. t 4 10 to am _t.a...eNf.L. 1106 an.am1100am 616 pm4MpmO/p am A _8anford. v.
r4 most elegant to the kinds Mpm 104 am .e Ol ao CHy J,., ..
41 health : and plainest. AU of wood.8)0) dlllerent styles. 4
L tas of sspmfl
ct remit study .
Perhaps four month after .widow .
the .
aI. L Sr>r send for our Ian*Ulnimtixl eatalona and ."" CHrMmaa .Hit that .' FloridaV. Car..d..s-.a. ., \ !' '
'< .research.' It ha taken eantnrls to nndar '* advent an eccentric German doctor .. MUI ra k11 ._ iBfn antt atTca tii.prices Oat.v.7.,.. s'"xl moon o. C.ea...rN M .1 with *.* 0. .a. C. ew"M ...a.4r'L'
; .stand the human body: and to find the best -settled In the bla ,J? arwyelialryoabay.CrlANI ... SMS 1W u s>"Jay..,. Ito yours r...on raqaeal.i U x./.hN a., who v. a e. a C. far w. ._
village and service esd Raw. ,a l.
, condition and nmsdle develop health nO.IOA \ FACTO.,. _,Idae and Menree ...,Jeak.awM.. Flaw se-ra. 'rmri TasLq ,6.w.Y.etr. .,
being eought by the he H. w11J a
:.tal saolllbrlain. widow VOORH1S, MYarWi.j.-ja bwt..la eon n.,... tl.. .,.f..
,Any on*with adok.tam.ch..lagluhliaSr. gave her child treatment with the result n.... ..Y.. a,1!:h....w..a.dMNr

.bUIooa constipated and nervosa Is not that It was completely cured. '- Dentist yon coF or T..LCCAL TWn case as _

'It all likely realm their health unaided The mlllonalre Immediately ought to ; IN FULU: t. O. BAHNBR AMhtaM Ose.a, re..m,y,,, INronMATlnt4 'use TUB lust !

\ ',', Nutot JVsf e M Aalatlult. place. his. own daughter under the P. O. Block, DeLand, Fla. ST. AUQUSTINK,nn.

German' care, but the latter flatly refused BEARING Honrs: ff.90 to 19 and L80; to 4 .
. I
"" 'ST. JOSEPH'SLiver to take the case. He wa a 6ITRE-E-

Socialist of n violent type: and would
have nothing to do with -were supplied at the
Regulator a man whoa
Nurseries. These trees have Eventually-
wealth exceeded the sum that he bad yield fine crop and have |Inane with u&NO"1a
i" li 1ATUH'a lIlT AlSlSTAIIT. fixed upon a* the lawful limit of material > of our trees are eloquent

'/ .This remedy his prove Itself the true and possession. salesmen for us, and it I I. not strange that our business keep 1 the time.Spot .

'tried friend of the human family by airing Finally however, after the father :rowing larger and larger every year.. .

prompt' relief b.n taken for Constipation. had patiently. borne the grossest In- cash for loaae*. YOU WILL k

'JWId1 atJoa. DlU_, DyspejMla, Piss sales the German agreed to give the Glen Saint Mary Jewel Peach U should be% prgtected USEARMOUR.
naes or other trouble Incident to a torpid or afflicted child treatment on condition !
Inactive liver*nd aclownd up systemvMt that the other would By all means the best commercial kind for the peach-growing sections ot
ant deed
to a lesant remedy of gnat. Bower> ,and ever a .lorida, and excellent for home use. We offer an unusually fine stock of young R you Insured ?
large tract of land
In Texas
............,Ia the highest dears It for a Socialist "-ear grown on. new land-clay: subsoil-on stock from native peach eed. .
I Is colony and pay him for bill feea These clean and vignroni tree with Every| company rel ble. '
, ; si[lias's in both Mould and powder form thrifty roots trunk. '
'i slsaaant and 1BhIe to the taste,prompt tram little. short of t O.OOG. .This themillionaire and tops, are the very best to be bad, A 0 U H'

'''.fit j| .Monv and leave) no siofcenlnir., weaken.i did. but ae soon a* the doe- and nave been propagated under our, When does your.policy expired lf

'I. .........1 toe had cashed the check: lie disappeared personal supervision. AboIsitcljr .

,:' II lit aila/v Atbd uw, Al.dldaa, with the widow and her child, and ; true to name. :- I. your policy In force t "

: the wealthy man realised that blinded y pins d Deee.;.leer.i..r rye '.
't' Yave i a tarsV numbw: of latter* from by paternal love he had been made the .r ne ry.Girder emrly'y. w. Telephone number sUteeukINSURANCE '

Unw vho hay ,beara_b.n.dtdtlltltgr ''Victim of an Ingenious swindle -----pl--N'Naar

r... >* .- Tbe flower faced gM of the widow pea.ad-tr.I' Iib ii. AGENCY: ? F( :
aJtSa.* MeMrulator iI'cI lad w.l c_4ar CaY4re' FERTILIZERS
been taught to simulate dloeaae .S
a JurNeY"'I "' ,: r -- ,"yrg
B .t aerehanta.,$ ,gddanI or son.lylgy and the German wa' mo doubt her GuN U j will ,,0nd qi.. *,.
:,. tie
was subsequently located
ter ... .
,... twlprt. I Sietaon" DeLand..
111 Bonne Alrasv.bat he Injured man ;; '' ."' ,
'nti JIIaoIdet, at .; ........ .COMP'Ana : ,
,." ass wtohfaMrf.hto. daagnteV* affliction .,. ..,
1 ) ,.
I', i.JMt.h d rMroadcaet k; dropped the sum.MrthMU 'Tier m.J GI.i1IUINf lujtr. notuoAO Mere lms sr awl.i. .'
.. -0M Mark'- La.-' fn" 1 BooeIKaoMMstl "- 4 J ;I t.1[aai.rmkani,HA.oa. Hrvn.lAcr. :id"J ".It ',:; 'W1T" +? i id + Why werresJt /)*Ji at (h iron: Mel Why .NQ N ;)w'

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-r'i; ; ,t'' City Residence Lots and The Property of ,


;;,.,, 'One Five-Acre Orange Grove THOS. N. PAGE.

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?: :1'.' MONDA. Y" 9FREE JANUARY" 25, 1909 '} ,

BAND."" CONCERT' :-: CARRIAGES :-: $15.00 IN CASH PRIZES $15.00, ]

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The Eight Lots on Wisconsin Avenue are the ctosest' in vacant Realty, in the fastest developing section of the city. I' .. .

The Grove of Five Acres, 2 1-2 miles east of the city, is in excellent condition. The trees ,are full of fruit. Everythinggoes"|

, to, the highest bidden-grove, fruit and all. 4.

Band Concert Post-Office Corner, 8:30: to 9:30.: A.. M. Free Carriages will leave at close of Concert for the lots. Sale opens at 10, A. M. sharp: :J

$15 /in Cash will be Given Away on the grounds during hour of sale. Everybody Invited. ":

TERMS OF SALE: Onefourth'Cash; payable on grounds at time of purchase; balance in THREE, SIX and NINE Months."

A Great Opportunity. ''for Speculators A Golden Chance for Homeseekersl

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; KEEP YOUR MIND ON THE DATE Monday, January 25, 1909

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: : ... __ _JXXXXXXX
X I IT GROWERS MUST COMBINE. haiae to conduct a clean, honest and ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE.

I' wholesome administration, and is deter- -

R. C. Bus""ell Only Way to Save the Situation and mined not to be swayed by those Influences Convention to Be Held at Jackson
J. A. /
which are continually at work ville. HOTEL WEBSTER
Realize Orange Crop.
frlcksonL on for their interest of the
A. ERICKSON & CO. own regardless The annual convention of the Florida
Now ia the time for an experiment by public good. It ia unquestionably true
Anti-Saloon League will be held at
Lake Helen Fla.
the growers of oranges in South Florida, that Florida Is afflicted by scores of ,
Jacksonville and Wednesday
-, ----,, ---- aaya the Tampa)Tribune. There are at snob men ; and that they will attemptto on Tuesday ..
Feb. 9 and 10. The first session
last a million crates of splendid fruit on "work" the new !administration as JOHN A. and M. I. JEFFERYS, Managers
will be held and
on Tuesday evening,
We Wish to CallYour the trees, aa sweet and sound and eatable they have successfully done several

as wee ever grown in the world.It past administrations will scarcely admitof there will be three sessions Wednesday. ...---u,u_.______'u u________.__.___,______..____u_u___.........._......_...
Besides many state speakers, special
Attention to Our Line of' ia just now ripe and fit for the doubt. Well
addresses will be given by Hon Seaborn Arranged, Roomy, Clean, Sunny
market. It will remain in excellent
the functions
this shall
paper expect Wright of Georgia" and Rev Purley A.
-- condition for tAd weeks or more, and it of the office to be so wisely and Heated with Hot Water System, Plentyof
Star and Richmond PianosNow Baker D. D.,of Ohio, the general super
may be handled and sent te market so aa safety administered by our new executive Intendent of the Anti.Saloon League of Good Bathrooms. Good Service. .

to bring good pricea. that there will be little if any
America. These gentlemen are orators State Your Wants. We Aim to Please.
on display in It would be rational and right for all ground for criticism.
of the beat type and the people of
Our WareroomsThey growers, to combine, save their fruit But the True Democrat in its humble Florida are to be congratulated upon RATES, $9 to $12 Per Week
and send it to sale through a single way will not hesitate to do its fall
this of both
opportunity bearing them TELEPHONE!
agency shipping it intelligently to duly. If it ever becomes convinced

represent true value for your money. markets different parts of the conn- that wrong is being done the people of together
The public ia most cordially invitedto
We sell them on EASY payments if desired. try aa it ia needed or absorbed. With- 'Florida( through the new administration be at the session of this

......__.___. ___._______ ........ In a month the current would be flowing An honest present con- '
_._._........................... uu." it will not hesitate to say so. vention. Its. deliberations will be in
smoothly and steadily to the north editor could not do otherwise.
the bands of delegates to be elected by -
NEW HOME SBWINO MACHINES and in three months the last crate would Bat we have such an abiding faith in the churches and allied organizations POCKEtS

be sold at a a fair price and the money the man who has assumed these duties
of the state. Each church, young people'
World's Best. pocketed by the producer that we do not believe there will be occasion .
The society Sunday school and each

.............._.L.."'.........................-... _.......-............. Besides the great advantage of getting for unpleasant or unfavorable local temperance organization in the AN1YES
the fruit alapoaed of at a profit rl
criticism. At leant we are possessed by
ia entitled and
state to two delegates

EDISON { PHONOGRAPHS } VICTOR, would of be the rehabilitating Invaluable the accompaniment Florida snob crit a hope.-Tallahassee True Demo thia notice ia a formal request that such AND4'MzoR5

organizations at once elect delegates

..__...... ._..--_.._...........--.._...........--_..._........-...... orange in the _esteem of the country. & and furnish them with proper ore
What is the matter with the orange Hyde
Stock Dr. and Mr. dentiala Let ua make this conventiona I
Largest market today is that half of the crop, Jekeyl .
big success.A
ofHARNESS or nearly was shipped before it was The Vesper service next Sunday is !
feature of the meeting will be a
ripe and fit to eat. open to everybody. Dr. Jekeyl and Mr
full diacutHton of the beet ways and
In the County. Frightened to imbecility by the memo Hyde is the subject that will be dls- means of promoting the present fight 1ti When an ordinary

'. .. ory of the disastrous freeze of 1894,- cDssed. The Vesper committee hereby of the Anti-Saloon League for state (P razor shaves an '
which destroyed the entire crop our invites everybody to bear this discus It- beard
: extraordinary
xxx prohibition. Coining as it does, just _
people have blindly done more or less sion. The president of the University
the suffers and '
before the meeting of the Florida large( razor so
< -. effectually for each succeeding crop will deliver the address, and the Vesper
',- lature friends of our cause can make does the face. It is poor
-'--- what the frost did for that one. It la committee will provide seats for all ,,
this convention a means of large In. economy to buy ordinary,
just| aa absurd and rtdcnlona to send who come, notwithstanding the crowds fluence toward securing proper: legis unvouched-for tools \)

florida orangas to market, aa they have that are filling/ the auditorium. Last lation. Plan now to: attend. or cutlery.'K&NKUTftft.

l.ip. ALLEN & CO. heed aunt this season/ as to market Sunday the crowd was very large. CHARLES L. COLLINS,
; Florida Anti-Saloon
been Snpt League
melons before they have grown or ship Twenty ushers have detailed to
Jacksonville, Jan. 14th, 1909.
y sweet corn aa soon aa the cob ia take care of the people. .

; 'Leadlng Furniture '"o se 0' Volusla County Formed. The address last Sunday Illustrated a Daytona

'" Our people might aa well acknowledge troth happily pnt in these words : To by Auto. Tools and Cutleryare

ijr- the truth that the orange ia not fit "Sow thought and yon reap an act; Misses June Wright and Marjorie

to eat until .it ia ripe, It ia not worth sow an act and yon reap a habit; sow a Wright and Mrs Marion Aaistbrope, made of the finest steel perfectly temperedand

t \DRO1'IN'r: any money until it ia fit to eat and habit.and you reap a character; sow a of and Cairo Cecil III Robertson? and Messrs., of Claude Jacksonville Nolan, guaranteed. If a Keen Kutter Razor pulls
and ita
, ,.."" act accordingly. Either by law or character and yon reap a destiny: and Leroy Giles composed party that edge turns on a strong beard

t. and our' Newest by voluntary organization the Florida The Veeper choir la under the direction left Monday morning for a visit to Daytona -get your money back. If a Keen"Butter _,
see Pocket Knife
and Seabreeie and Ormond re proves to be
orange must be kept off the market of Prof. O. A. Morse and Prof I
turning home yesterday. Sanford and too soft:,or too brittle or too hard,or '
until 1t.J worth buying. When in J. W. Phillips. Miss Lena Conkling lathe
visited both and
and DeLand were going
unsatisfactory Any
.} Stylestiin Paior ita prime there ia no better fruit in the leading soprano. The choir is large coming. back.way ij

.. ; world. .' and ia singing/ beautiful and tuneful The trip was made In Mr. Wright'snew get your money ;'. .i
Dining Room furniture. machine, Cadillac, ."' Wo sell them. I
a Thirty.
I '. mnsio. Tho service begins at 4 o'clock. "I "
.1' with no accident to mar the pleasure of >Iu!'
: .. :( Governor Gilchrist. All are Invited to come. It would pay the trip. They report the roads to be WATTS & MILLER CO.Dew -: J:
father and mother to have
". IL t every the In fairly good condition with the exception ,
"' -: I Florida quietly transferred the rein IOn, and .daughters. of their homes of two place! josl after leaving "- -'\( "

1 ;, 1.. -. of ita government on Tuesday Jan 4 present to bear the discussion of,Dr. the ferry and a abort stretch between
L DeLand and Daytona-orlando B&
r .. ,'- / from Napoleon B. Broward to AlbertW. J keyl and Mr. Hyde next: Sunday. porter-Star. JOHN B. WEL'ORANGE
.I ,
Gllohrist.Mr. Thla was the subject of .a great novel. --S's
f Land Fla.
Phone No.62 ALLI3N & co. ,
\. :,J. .. .,: dilobrist la .a sturdy son of a When Dr. Jekeyl and,Mr.. Hyde first --
"' : ::-: : : : What Others Say About It. CITY "in
1ft ; essential charaoteristica FLA
haa the -
proud lineage. appeared people went crazy over 't.Airval I :
Many of the beat people In Tennesseeand .._ _. .. w
la tall .
of.a true born rxeontive 5p. adjoining states recommend St. : ,

-- ,-c--,', ; and commanding in biz personage, a and Clo'tt .(If.", DeUflrf. Jo eph'8' Liver Regulator as being a FANCY AND STAPLE QROCERll

C: CANNONS ;, 0.'B. figure that/ would be prominent In an"fassemblage splendid laxative and liver medicine .. 1
: AaarvfaFrom
I WEBSTER. of oharaoter'wbtoh IU occasional nan will keep the system TOBACCO AND CIGARS / --
.. baa. a strength
Salfstabfes North.1:38 and lBr.M. "
eryTFeed and caused him to be sought out 0" Boata............ ......asAr.M. in good condition thus assisting naturetoe.tabllshgood .::-oRr GOODS; SHOES HATS, ,ETC.Brc', ., ; ,
.Turnouts CONTRACTOR BOW? other NIcM Mall(Forth! l and Sooth)....7:80. A. M. health, II will removethe ...b...... '_b .. _-I..:......_ '
Fashlooable .and: hundred.
= Pine ( )Ri from amort* the of. bilk and effete( matterfrom the '
'CLOSB'Qolpj : Beat and Freshest
Bus meet all train*at A.CUI. Depot,, capable and efficient Floridiana by the North.- ,ir..n..I 4O P.M. system'and. as a rule. uatnrV'wlll do. Canned Goods constantly on hind and

oka veet nomine "d Rerwion f. |k 17 1J : lover of purity and those who condemn .. Couth........11 140 A. M.nad 5 P.II. the res"" Try It. It la well endorsed class Groceries. fo?'your.table? ,
od rightatnV .1.- : ( It la made In both and :
.t liquid
tralna thane ;jt; ; p Vat prune Oily and Bait Ooatt 10:08 A M. powders.DrogirUta Produce

at DoLand:HacksinsetboatStflenur.alIsodoaro Junetlain., f U. 8.. Nell. .' 'ARTIBT: .CONCReTL;: ;. BUILbINQs\ I ;-; corruption.'" Might Mall(North and South! ).t ;.,.9.*-M. and dealers tell it, liquid, 60onnta Country, Bought.' ..._...A-.First-class...............-..--Meat.__.Mark"- ..
ia satisfied that I
Tb4 Democrat ...u.otoH W before a bottle powders in Ua boxes, I
,'l'r'e' aUnatea departure t i
M1 and
Orders receive careful attention
., TO$10 AL.Ki'n.\ ) .. delivery; Bromot.as ., :To,
'ei4rii M cen'I'
?L 2L- r hew' ,governor baa:,come to Talla- oftiaue.. Jo n .I' wit M"
UM tow .
tar M s* .-
KfN- nat. a pwp ,
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r: ijStl1iTt$ CII4XIIEDei 'To ..B.''UOUSLS Built By. fOil the U.ITAUASS S. Government;, VENEZJEIIW, ROW' ENDS, .".Home'\ !tROIIIDITION.and' -Senate I L "Pus IV'.,TNESE .i "::1jUJE'tA"iN; ,: !: T0I Ht With.. the STATE Jacksonville-CLEAWKCS.expositionfair -'1 r r tljS! : A tiN '"

$: .i Newspaper*' Celled be. .BodUi of Cheney'Found. of Agreement has the of Bi).h. Peroacola made' (the atate fair In Tampa ana '$ ; ,W.lcoJ'
Ba.i S. Wk. People are In Pensa- '.
; for Federtt Grand Washington D. V.-An Innovation to t the mardi gras featvltes ,' Pre t -"Gate '
r. ( Jury.ivONAl In International relief measures, HO Reached At Last Nahvie. 11 pro. -. Observe Sunday. coil will be a lvely la the .. 'i' ? ; (1 City,"

C : :",;;,,,.P AMA ,- CHARGES far undertaken as Europe by the Is conoerned American, Is govern.ta be PROTOCOL NOW BEING DRAWN\ in hlbl Tennessee the sale, passed, of intoxicating the- lower',.liquor1 house 'BUSINESS W ARRESTED The state.winter has" "been exceedingly I :jtTTENllfli. MI A Q '

,! : ," "f: mont, in expending!!: the $500,000 in of the general'-assembly by a -vot, mild up to. date. Many days '' ,,

.I ,' bith.u. P bUc.Uon., Will naveTo money appropriated .by.'congress for WarshIps* will b. Withdrawn an4 Diplomatic of 6 to 86. Fifty'yotss is a maJority" in have been as warm as those of June- .I Sp..l Uo! *lrat', '

\". B.....Pfo..dJ0.ph pulliaer of the Italian earthquake sufferers. PrarIdent Relations M iooa'u Twent-tw republicans voted' ton.) and ,..Simply" forGoing to Their Office It Is all very 'pleasant except t the "
'\ 'I; ., S wyork: World Chief ptlender. Roosevelt has decided to-'Bendto' R..me. .' against tha measure. -. -M. Order,to Read Their Morn-. fruit growers. Peaches have yieldedto <_ m.rt I. t.;
Italy material for the construction Agreement SI.ne. The measure. passed Is tbe"ane )lag, M a.Pensacola. the coquetry of the weather and d..

d t?,, D,,: p. a:.:Six Washington of 2,500 or 8,000 .ubR ntlat, but necessarily D. a-After years" Of passed in 'the senate by a vote, of 2\ are blooming as freely as though It Atiauta1-dvii'

poqd.u of: :out-of-town paper very modest,, frame houses, Wahingon. on the part of the to 13, and'now goes to Governor Pat.terson. Fla.--The ,Forida blue were late Fobruary, much to the uneasiness presld nt'eluotcf' -,the,''Vnitetli '

V .1ocat'JW.boT received subpoe- I supplementing this by supplying civilian United States. there la the pro.pl"tfor He I expected to veto It Jaws wore slrlcty' en of grower If a frost is to arrived in Augustn1day pj-
(to Pelt's order to arrest Atanta.troa
carpenters supervise construction the settlement under his no doubt It must It were
\ by a method sat but come, as
appear before federal grand Ju- it thla can be arranged. acts ealstlutOn' all persons attempting to performSunday the vitalityof aferno nt.an '. |
"and isfactory to this covntry, of the disputed vly as a- as a well that It came before .wa.'the"e
nnectlon'give testimony, presumably ver since the appropriation was claims with Venezuela, the refusal stay, and a bare majority may ,pass work being limited only by the tree Is further expended In guest for two ,da3's. \,
with statements ap.I made by congress serious consideration a bill over the executive's the instruction of the county soic.isor
of which fruit.
government to' arbitrate uoftt.vorn- the swelling From Augusta Mr."Taft'was
in connection with alatemen.8'lDg would acre
g 'has been the wboxed vised him that be
given by president ble action -
them resulted last spring in the An Index to volumes 2 and 3 is contained panted( by a from
In their j
bear- and the state department as to the The la allowed to hold a have no right to stop the operation eommllee' "I(
"on, the Panama canal purchase. breaking of. friendly relations. between governor of trains and hacks In the December number of chamber of '
best uses that could be made of it the two .. bill'live days. If at the expiration of street cars public fourth conllslng'
It. has Florida Health Notes. .The F J. Paxoa, John &'
ur been
possible to us- In the way of relief. the solicitor holding that these were and
this to
time it has not been returned
in.. these The state department has announced ) volume will begin with the Januarynumber. L, Foreman, "On
were, .pie\ only ones Verbal Instructions have been given public necessities. tarrivlng at/Un
the with
that W. I. Buchanan, the special assembly, it -ecame. "'law The Index shows a wide
IS'! by President Roosevelt to Secretary his Prominent business men, upon lea* Union depot ,he-was escorted by tl>A

lt Carmlchael..Charles B. .Albert Newuerry whereby the machinery commissioner for who has been In Venezuela ,I tain out that signature the governor's, State-wide.atipn'.is mall not ther( offices, where they had gone to range of information on sanitary mi. cnmltte. In. aa .automobile direct tl
several In
JII. Jesse Conway, all of the Now of the navy department was enlisted weeks' negotiating material, as hIs veto will bot be eu read their morning mall, were placed ters that' Its pages have contained cipitol.- Me'was welcomo
.b ',''rk World staff; James Hornady, in the prosecutions! of the plan. regarding these cases, had reportedthat tamed The bill that, under and were arraigned on the last two volumes. This official first by. Governor Smith audit( .
: he had reached the basis of anagreement provides -probi. ar\st board of health hasa
the state
ij*; napolls News; Jeremiah' .Mat- .The.following statement was made charges the law prohibiting organ of
1 1909.
bition becomes effective July ,
"...1 wa, NeW York Sun; Harris M. public at the secretary's office: for their settlement, ana of working on the Sabbath All circulation of about 14.000. It is a
The battle the
;, 1st.: Brooklyn Eagle and William that a protocol to that effect was attending passage 'publication every adult Floridian
/'The has stores ,
navy department arranged
tho sot
the prohibition bill was
l mith. a newsboy of Washington, ea- for tho expenditure of approximately now being drawn up for signature. probably drink ., were should read.Governor. ,\ ''
fiercest known' In the Tennessee establshment ''
j|TMted'.itt'* selling New York papers. I 500,000, In the purchase of His work on the protocol Is now bouse of ever For almostfivehours ed, cigarette could be Gllchrlst suggested In his ,, ,

-" ;.:?Wlta the exception of Mr. .Crist,' building materials, including all articles necessarily slow and'tedious, and he reprelenlaUve.the*local purchased. Inaugural address that the attorney .
has been it option -
'rbo is commanded to go to New York I. necessary for the construction 5n communication with, the was waged forces 'contest- SbeI Van Pelt, with a large num general should be relieved of his duties
d present himself before the grand' of substantial frame houses for the state department frequently regardIng : or special deputies was out a member of the board of pardons
the earl
inch of ground.
Jury ,of the circuit court for the :' certain of its'feature. Ing every 1. the
Italian sufferers,, and the shipmentswill amendment and a decidedly close watch was BO that he could represent
Amendment after waa
,outheru'district,, the 'persons are dl- The signing of the protocol result In the business section strict seeking
'.' { begin -by the sailing of two In the formal wi ,presented aud promptly voted down order state in cases of parties par-
.,4rected.l to appear before the federal steamers, probably Monday. This lomatic resumption of dip by about the as that having been given the deputes to arrest done before the board. The state
relations .
'erona:Jvirjr of the District of Colum- : lumber with maoriy before the
Is being delivered in New W. W. Russell 'Who' Venezuela given the bill on every person obsered should be represented
} 'bla. York, and the sailing of the vessels J or who. attempted to perform any board by some legal officer able to
minister there great Gut of oratory came
The 'World staff also were directed< when the relations poU Tho
/ will
proceed as fast aa they can be 'work. present and guard its interests.
,\& to. bring with them flies of the paper loaded. Each ship will carry all -the were broken off, will, unless present both the The enforcement of the blue laws, trouble Is in this case Is that it would
the discussion, galleries
'.for' September October, November materials for the' construction of plans are changed, soon return to bin times some of which are more than fifty require another constitution amendment

'" ;and 'December, 1908( "In the case of about five hundred houses, and it will post.With were packed at'the and several af local years old Is due to the announceddetermination to change the composition ot

1. ,:United Statea va. The Press require not less than six steamers the completion of Mr. Bitch: the speaker, request of the sheriff,to put a the board and that could hardly become M'A' '

; lug Company" publishers of PubllSh'j for the entire amount purchased. anan's In work Venezuelan the American war vessels to optlonlats exclude, asked visitors the from sergeant-at-arma the floor of stop to criticism, which has .been effective In !less than two years.Last .

,L York ''Warld.of "If possible the department IntendsI waters sent- there made o( him for his alleged laxness month the dryest December -
( i'. There la doubt here that the for friendly I will be with' the house. wa
mi to send with each vessel several civilian plrposes. In enforcing laws during the past
In this section
drawn unless When the final vote was announced in fourteen years
I< :
\?" anbpoenas all have, to do with a suit
I house carpenters with plansto desires g'Vernmeut the cheers from the'galleries were two.years.Having Just entered upona the warmest In nineteen The
-i/ ;for. libel which it is believed has assist In the erection of these one or more of to remain the second term, Sheriff Vant Pelt an for)ea.month I '
to deafening, the demonstration maximum temperature -
! ,.iwen brought by the government In houses." suppress any dlsarder. '
that he he would be
,W: New York against The World. It J Total contributions received by''the .The clams "over whichthe twocountrle. floor and In the galleries lasting several nounce put a atop thought to criticism' ofhll' was on the 1st, 30 .6 ..6 ..6 ..6 .6 "
the minimum
been' minutes. The state-wider are was on the 80 degrees;
was the of TheNew York In _dispute aro 1t President-Elect
f ; publisher American Red but ,
Cross for the Italian official conduct the people
? that bill will month the 9th, 39
That of A. J.' who Jubilantly asserting the for on .
'i.World In''Connection' with the pub- expelled
; victims up to date amount. |S07447. ,- Jsurett WI. of Pensacola never dreamed that ho
Director A.
f in 1904: be passed over the governor's veto y degree So says Section by a reception committee
Usher\ the Indianapolis News, Orinco corpora would close the city as tightly made a p
: Messrs! Laffan and Delavan Smittu, Messina. Sicily-After. lying burled tions, which claims large concessions, about the same vote originally received he J. Mitchell's monthly. meteorological, of prominentAtlantana.. -' >.-.

'o'\! 'whom the president, in a letter dated in the ruins of the consulate at Messina covering Iron mines, asphalt privi in the hause.PROHIBION a. did _ summary. After a brief handshaking In'.tin

,. December 1 last., to ,William Foulke, for eighteen days, the bodies of lagos aud hardwood concessions; the LAW I lit % JAIL BREAKERS TALK. Florida lettuce sold at Now York governor's office "Mr Taft was 'e

4 : In response to one from htm.- severe- Arthur S. Cheney, the American consul Orinoco Steamship Company, which 'ALBAMA last week at $2 to $2. 0 for the best corted to .tho stairway landIng'

'ly denounced, and In his special mes- and his wife, were recovered bya clalms.exchtsle rights of navigation Federal. Jitflge .one. Refuses Brook. Brother* Tell') How They Escaped stock, with the demand good, while the northern end of the capltol. Thor

jj,,:-. aage to congress of December 13, re- detachment of sailors Xrom the.bat Orinoco river; the It by Injunction. from Prison. -_ the ordinary stock brought $1.25 a he was Introduced by Governor Smith

carding the charges of corruption by tleship Illinois. New York and Berinudez Asphalt Gainesville Fla.-S. B. and O. B. basket, market easy. As usual Florida and made a,short address .1'f.
ior Company, claims based on the right Montgomery AJa.-idge ThomasO. Brooks, the brothers who spent four lettuce tops the market.
f :roo ,ou behalf of the government iu The bodies were recovered"In what "I expect to spare no effort
, './ the1 matter of the canal purchase the evidently had been the bed room of of the company. to take asphalt from Jones for of the the middle dlstiicfof Sllte. district Ala. months In the Levy county Jai at An Increase In one year of 13 per find out the facts in respect to l

:i :: :president announced that the attorney the Cheneys.- They were found lying La Fellcldad Lake. and the United court Bronson awaUlnthe session the cent In postofflce stamp ales, of 10 character of the proposed

',: ,. general had under consideration Bid by side. There Is reason to be- States and Venezuelan Company, bama has denied the injunction ask United States court upon a chargeof per cent In the number of money orders and so far as in me lies to appointe.*
.., the form In which proceedings for liiWitbet lieve that death overtook the unfortunate which declares it has been deprived ed for against the prohibition counterfeitng. and who gained issued and over 60 per cent innumber whosecharacter and reputation andstanding

,' 'against :Mr.i! Pulitzer should be couple while they were asleep. : of the right to mine asphalt and build law. Contrary to the expectations sawing their way of orders cashed is a pretty In the community commend

-broufihU: Reggio, Italy.-A child of five years a railroad._-_ of the pettioner., Jadge Jones out of prison a few weeks ago, are Husky Indication of business prosper them to their fellow-citizens as per*

"' ,',. Nowhere 1n the annals of the gov- was taken from the ruIns of a build- HANDLES' DISPENSARIES. did not pass upon consututonalJ"of now confined In the ,Alachua county ity. Such Is the record .of the Pen- sons qualified and able to discharge_* .

\\i J eminent has such action before been lung here entirely uninjured, having nSf proper'question the act, holding for the tbl of the Jail, and having voluntarily come to sacola poutofflce for the year 1908. their duties well, and whose presence

!,.;; taken as 'the United Slates governLs'ment lain beneath the debris for eighteen ',. of South' Carolina Makes state courll dalnesvllle and surrendered to tho Pensacola Is experiencing the same In Important position will remove,

\ suing for criminal llb'eU The days. Suggestion on Liquor Question. authorities.Thesmenwere.een. of from such thing exists the I
., In explaining his opinion, the Judge in their cell rush former liquor dealers any sense
,president in his message, was moat An officer In passing heard the lojjv Columbia, S. C.-In his rnnual message that the Alabama which Jacksonville has bad alienism In the government which

j.omphatIo\ In saying that It should not moaning of the child and immediately to the general assembly of South one stated for the matter was court.a of proper theatato at the Jail and appeared to be In the from Georgia, all anxious for a share they represdnt"Declaring '.

'';be left to a private citizen to enter I began a search delving In'the direction Carolina, Governor Martin F. Ansel and supreme In the"eveut of best of .plrl., talking freely of their of the profit of irrigating the dry territory that the real attitude
: that. a reversal effected and their
the suit' and he was particular to from which the cries came. As rcommends. among other that escape of the elate which they for. a federal administration toward i
of the -bis
tblng part, the actions and movements since they secured -
:>tate that he did not believe 'we he :"wet"1 laW
worked a wall fell and he was seriously countes. except merly supplied The stream which south depends upon the character at
same a court might their liberty. They stated that
should concern ourselves with the injured but even this did not ing ctlel 25.001 population andover matl11 flows northward from the DeepVater the men it appoints to office Presi
oUt good court's holdingetating flies etc. which were employed
the saws, ,
particular Individuals who wrote tho deter him In his heroic effort and he ono-dlsponsnrr; City will rival that from the Gate dent-elect Tuft In the foregoing word

1"7', lying and libelous editorials, articles continued his task until he" had res- each: that the dispensary,,law decision precedence.The of Judge. Jones refrain found In in the the cell work, but of could escape not, were say City of Florida, and the funny para- at the banquet given by the Atlanta

correspondents or articles In cued the Imprisoned child. amended by malcingatl't7e countloa graph erR will have to divide their attention chamber of commerce gave a f
ed from passing on the validity of thogeneral who placed them there. However, volu.
the news columns. The real offender
dry desiring dlspen- between the two Florida cltHattlesburg tar) pledge to the-'south which sure
allowlns'tase The effect of the Immediately pressed them into .
Is Joseph Pulitzer editors and prohibition act .
proprietor 1WO NEW STATES. la In; that wet les. to greatly endear to. people
is to for the short time hIm
decision was
the service and only a J
of The World. It pre.
tt:: therefore '
"" Arizona and New Mexico counties bo- denied the privilege of ent the injunction asked leave required to open a space sufficient to Miss, I Is boasting of every community of this'section.,,
iJ!. ; "Is inferred that, the correspondentsvrere May,Come r ant
operating bottling, mixing: or. blendIng Frankly admitting.that In many Instances
of tote raising strawberries In Florida
their January.
In This the constitutionality give them liberty 1f
summoned aa witnesses and not Session OfC.Oligrsss. : '
but be foderal
plants. ar.-J
buy administrations
\ courts. made their is now sending out carloads h.
state Having successfully cs- many
with the ultimate idea of making Washington, D. .e'-Arlzona
I, ( and sell In original packages. acted toward the south as to an '
; cane and cleverly eluded the Jail attendants of this luscious berry, together se.
them. co-defendants.1 New Mexico .are-In' a fair way to be.LII1I4 It Is not believed that a state-wide 1 wltl country or dependent territory _
they at once proceeded to oranges, grapefruit pineapples
E" :, TWENTY KILLED INTRM. 5on2e dyed states during the' prohibition law will be passed at the JPAUSE IMMlIBTO their home here, where kinds of vegetables, while watermelons dared that the keynote of his pol!)
present session of It toward
the south
was session
congress. present but that the mat r interesting Figures as to-the "V. ow themselves liberally with are often enjoyed for Christmas would be to
:" a.-'n; learned that the house committee on will fce'-referred to the I It aa an Integral part of the coukbrand
when dinner the lower
.ght: Trains CollideDenver pealle Peril" In Past Vear.Washington" other camplntr paraphernalia, on peninsula. Florida -
' territories is to' take up the statehood upon In a primary to the woods and established strawberries the to extend to-it exact I
and Rio Grande Road.Glenwo.od D.. C.-Some remarkable they took were moving to "la and
mea uers in the Immediate future Justice In all' s "j
in densely wooded hammock market the first of December.The'mo'Vement. .
Springs CoL Twenty FEXSIMS MOTHERS figures have just'been made camp n part
with the of pub Referring to criticisms
object themto
reporting BIT*
!!: seen
persona were killed and thirty InJur1DaDJ" fOi lie at the department commerce where they have' fea.Uni to Improve schoolhouses been made of his iha
the house to
!r ,!- .d*. of.them. seriously In a Conferences as between early aa members possible. of Advocated By Woman's Club of and labor relating to Japanese Immigration on flub and wild game ever and grounds In the directionof and to prophecies tbat visit his alleged scott.1-

:;:;m;. head-on collision between a westbound the territories' committee and lead. 'Evan.to. III.Chicago and emleatlon. They Indicate WAR OtV TUBEBUJLOSIS. adding to their healthfulness, the tort to win the south to the repubJcn
train and east of comfort of teachers
passenger an l.-The pen&lonlng that months and pupils, the is doomed
era' party to
of the
., bound freight train on the Denver house have been held frequently destitute ) the governmentIs beauty and attractiveness of houses falur Jnd
; mather ended November I,' last, the total -Exhibition Soon to Be Made in Jack Taft declared:
within ,
...v" ,and Rio Grande railroad, between Dot.'W' the past two weeks by Mrs. C. li Zimmerman -number of Japanese admitted to the sonville. and grounds Is general throughout "Imay not succeed the
' aero and Spruce creek, twenty-two and the advocates of statehood from of the Evanston Woman's club. the south. Women II
working together
United States was 6.071, and the The south, but the south
{I miles' from Glenwood Springs. both territories- have been active in In -a plea Mrs. Zimmerman saId: tal number which left the United to .ack.anvle. Fa -been Invited Florida to in clubs or singly, have taken a me." 'already w
a quiet way It is believed that there "A mother' time worth 'much' ha f.vf
; While nothing official haa been gtv- as great interest In this matter In recent
r was E.S32, an Increase In the boost the fight against tuberculosis.The Saturday Judge Taft spoil
; en out as to- the cause of the wreck. will be no attack on the capital by to the state as a man's time and it is Stle. of The netincrease years. AH these things have a to the morning
Japanese population 185. letter been sent of the Georgia Technological
It Is said to have been due to a misunderstanding the statehood boomers. and they will a work that God baa put Into her following ha strong subtle Influence on the prev
of Japanese non-laborers was to the clubfrom headquartersof School and to the
\ !,,'' of!orders on the part realize their ambitions. without, any hands. Men are so busy making money eat and'future life of .the adolescentman negroxat
653 during this period and the net the tuberculosis exhibition, which Big Bethel A. M. E.
ic' Engineer Gustaf Olson of the : demonstration. that they have no time to thinkof or Church..t.tl
-.of paa- woman ?
he '
decrease of Japanese laborers during is located in Florida for the next noon went to Athens
: aenger -train. the feelng. of others and cannotsee the same period was463..- The total three months: The cold weather in the north Is dressed the students of the B

Af1-' .-.Olson.' however claims be nntler'stood Chinese nuidren! Slog!) Hymns.New the such a law. of Japanese. admitted to- the "The American tuberculosis exhibition causing the tourists to travel south of Georgll after which. Unlvent
'o\\ his Instructions perfectly, but .York City.-Christian hymns Many men who are willing to le United States and Hawaii during the is coming to boost and It calls ward and every train brings Its full to Atanta" in tme th
'ktthat' ho misread his watch, thus encroaching women get down on their knees atteDca
sung by Chinese childrendressed In period was 12.093 and 7.084 departed, upen all good boosters to do a twin quota ot passengers to Ocala, whichIs banquet by
%% on' the time of the freight scrub their office floors ought to be CII
; !!: silk native robes and their native costumes the Increase in Japanese populationon brother act in boosting. the center of a number of famous Club. At midnight Saturday
L ( -train which: was being drawn by two was an unique Incident at the ashamed that there Is no provision The exhibition Is for the boost- resorts, and in Itself offers many Inducements Taft left Atlanta for 'Augusta. Jud
the mainland of the United States \
locomotives: the lint of which waa la la our laws for the pensioning of the to those \j
Madison of life good -
Inn long
,charge,ot_his brother. Slg Olson.J' Sixteen tiny celestial tots sang soldiers.destitute.mother as well as the old and Hawaii being ..6.009. happiness, larger purchasing powers ment as well .protection amuse tho 30 HURT IN : 1

,( ; "Onward Christian Soldiers." and "1 PARAGRAPHS. continued producing ability and cold weather of the notrli. Hunting BOTE fIR
\ '348 AlirOMOBILES EllS.VED.! : ;
Love to'Tell the In NEWS la a favorite sport with the tourists Kansas
" Story. lisping I INSULTED the/raising- ot .the standards of livlageminently Legislators Have a Close t
. i...SIx''Qreal'Gerages' Ar. Destroyed. plgta-English.\ A boy. .T. 3!.' Fung A Rev.. Charles E. Stow In> an address factors worthy of consideration game of all klnjj being found In Call t',4: >'

$ '. ." Botson. compared Christopher Columbusand Honduran, Clark Uses Ugly Language I at Hartford. Conn., declared *y those worthy the glad large quantities in this section The Topeka, Kan. .- Thirty were burland 1

*3 Boston 1.Iass.-A. puff of flame shotTnp' I George Washington while other children to Consular Agent" that -his mother Harriet Beecher title of boater hotels are comfortably filled and the A. W. Smith once a candidate for j
'Z' of made speeches In English. Tbe Is a Jacksonville enterprise streets present a very busy die from. suffered
; \ from the rear the most eaten.ilre' New Orleans La.-Correspondenefrom conceived "Uncle Tom's Cab appear governor may Injuries

automobile- storage and repair"I Evans San Pedro Sula Spanish Honduras "towe a vision she bad in a church. and a Florida Interest We ance; In a fire which, doatroyed the >
Admiral Lectures. frm "
,;j plant la the citylocated near Park announces as the result ofa She wrote the book from back to bring exhibit material Id.1 administrative Strawberries and oranges are now Copeland Hotel'here. 1. \

\( Square,: and halt>an hour later over Boston Mass.-Rear Adml.-al Rob- clash there between American Consular front, starting with "Uncle Tom's"death aida from outside but going out in large quantities from the There were many narrow emcspesfor

W.34d'. automobile, 'valued at $750,000. ley D. Evans delivered a lecture on Agent J. M. Jr. and a scene. : the exhibitions here and at Tampa Lakeland distrIct and good prices are the hotel long battle ground '

3"were a mass uf tangled steel and Iron. the Beet's cruise before an audience clerk of one of Michell ..courts. Otis Eddy Wood..who bad the dls-. : and Pensacola are e.sentany' the Using realzed the growers. Thearange. for politicians: was crowded with let' L Lslators.
"' he Ore spread to the old tralnsned composed largely of Boston state and for the no been their ]
society the clerk baa been removed by his Unction of being the-nrst' man who going out by the wives and visitors her*,
cf-the' Park Sqll..rra11road station women. The lecturer sat while talk &vernment During a hearing of al1 ever received teleprapU message .promotion of outside intere.t. :carload the majority of this delicious for the opening, of the > .[

,:;, -.;&id destroyed'the-bicycle track and 'ing. He .ald.the Japanese do not ciizen in which Mr. Mitchell by Bund, Is. dead at his, home In fruit having been shipped. There Is Many had to Jump for 'lellslalW' !

; &. larger .pavilion used for exhibition want to fight the United) States, because appeaed counsel the Etna. N. Y. He 7T years old. GIFTS fOR RETIRING OFFICERS. still a good many oranges In the country lame of ihe' guests"sre still mliHfj
.. nrpoeea. "The damage to the bulldIng they will have to fight for their curt 'wa which will be held '
M t clerk remarked that I he had hiway In early life Wood was an associate Remembrances for Gov. Attorney later. ing. Many persona were hurt v.bKJ]
\, >w111.bring. the total loss to above lives when the "Russian Bear". comesto he would put all American con- of Samuel F. B.I. Mor and others General and (. row.r. Good shipments of strawberries are Jumping from upper ''lndoW. Mr

,-.I:lr-ISQO.GOO.- >" be fought again. *' mils In Jail, ....he they belonged. In the promotion te ..legraph Tallahassee, Fla.-In thai executive Com going week. out about three times each W. Y. Morgan, wife of,theeditor; i

and commission dices two very the Hutchlnson New., Is one of thC
BO noBnanuLTIIULW.lmHcatl Canary Birds Save Family. The Olahoma'bous' of rapreseutatlvea -- The Tampa state
(y FOB WA0N1IIISKEY.AntiSaloon eliminate the .pleasant happenings occurred in the managers
.it\ Are Chicago. IlL-Twenty-live decded of to retiring, officials. purpose to set aside a special section
\ ns iTh*'. Senate Will canary ; words and :representa way preseDtUonl F. K1\G
1< 4I.fev'' Make. No Jnve tlfl.tlon. birds chirruping and thrilling In the League of Amerca'| Has U.,." when"onorable"referring In- the house .- for exhibits of' the prucl. and han SLnUi.f'

.. .fyWaahlngtosv P.: CJ.Tha; Indications glare of a blazing ore. spread an 'Columbus Been Ohio.Incorporated.The- journal to member of the legislature By the members of his cabinet 0evmnow diwork and to of the rce' Forlea Boston Promoter i
alarm that saved fourteen ,Anti-Saloon Broward was a encourage entries
;jjOw'are...'that there-will be no-oinelal families dominant element For
The this Larceny; .
Senator although the little golden songsters League of America, with heaqu. rde handsome silver coffee set, urn, sugar par. of the state They will have .J.
1ay"UcaUOD of .1 TUlman's new opposed to the free useof Boston. i
'.,. nnectlonrlihith* gOregoa 'land lost their own IIYes.n. ters at Westervllle. Ohio IDC. .tteI of "honorable"by bowl and cream pitcher, nnc>a a heavy showing in the competition Ma. Cardlnlo lavlKa
v Ore destroyed 'a Ihree-etory by Wayne Wheeler. F. title. silver salver. for prizes. Negroes won a number of financial agent .
} ,, fcrab Thin tempest baa iargeiy1'.sebsdedan& pr.te 11Dstma and politicians In -
caze-i lawyers
; who offlo1in
.J. cner Ellis received prizes at the Marion county fair maintained nalatial l
brick building and drove the fourteen J.-Jackson. J, Attorney General at
[ $ ta A Wrlht I
the-probabUity! that
families Into the cold. Chief Rocky Boy of the ChlppewaIndians from the a beautiful silver Ocala and may be. fortunate at Boston and New ]
n>i1 Itvwur aoL. be revived.., I B Cerngton. before' sa. auc. a short time Yoriladwboa
appeared Jodge
organization mayonnaise bowl.and in a .
t'8eetor, Tiflnaa,. In his speech parpole Hunt .pn.
,, courted .t rigidvtnvestlgaUon'> hy a Big Shipment 01! Natal Stores.Pensacnla set forth In the articles of Incorpora- of the United State dl.trlc at handsome satin-case.' c.ernor, The'Alachua count farmers are hav Judge paper here, has_beesu sentenced/'

r .oemmltt e: ot his 'colleagues. .But tt"Msv I lion, are In educating, orbla Helens Mont, and said tribe was especially seemed much ing trouble market for their Schofield. In the superior cr
Fla.-What I* said to be of the felt Inal court to serve a of not I
stated 'on goodiaethorlty that; uo .D utilizing public agaInst suffering from the cold ut from han this demonstration regard cotton.Many bales were hauled to ter
iither.Mapewll1be taken.' In a the largest delivery ot.naval storesby saloon and beverage liquor traf ger. He declared ''that. the .for him by the members of his cabinet Alacbna a few days ago by farmers than ten and not ta fouryears "

',*y, i.this > wOMld' Indicate ;that tae one consumer has been made here.The ficjuid to this end to own and oper- weather continued many of his cl and replied to presentation speech of who were forced to haul the fleecy at hard labor In .".lat pr '
shipment consisted of. trM at
4.093 bar- ate' printing plant said ... In the railroad commission office a staple hack home because there Chalestown #
atisxfn" beltevea-w lh < charge of 'at- 5 necessary to carry might He- they were
t rela of rosin with valuation .er
?i' tsMBto-graft ito;ou-lvial to deserve GOO and la said to be a the largest of US,. out' maid pnrposes-and to maintain Ute ph but It had not yet been similar' scene wag being enacted. The n buyers Cotton has long been regarded Counts King of was convicted on twenty-sa_ _
shipment Hon. John 'P. Indictment I Iwithlarceny'and
'i l CsrUter jtoUesy'ty, offices In the dltrert parts of the and asked the retiring commissioner as a certain money crop, but charging
1Vi on': record aUote tbem' ao.r. was there with, a this k
; '. United ,thtf subject. Moll prsnle" begins to look aa If it cannot be embezzlement
St.te. ) .depended on to furnish the with securing, by, .false;prete
b am.
: ,Japane3arsi1Ips to VbltCx 'A'Philadelphia. pm-*fternoon newspaper -, ch 122,000 from his customer

jk-- In Laulsianaseeme" San 'Diego. Cat-According, to T. COUNTERFEITERCATfiUT.' which baa,been'advocating the. PLIGHT OF; A BAIUO :I'ida At annual%the recent conference meeting of of the Ploy. s., ,.' ,.1 I{

- Americane.LaASevetat hhada.a' representative of a steamship Charged That Newsomsi R.I.'p: establishment of public golf links In I dist thIrds at SPREAD ;i
Dollar Bills to Fairinont,pavk: baa, 'a letterronfPresidentelect Qo. Gllchrl Has Two RUgs and a "ai It was decided .mI PLi6DE.f!.
iseas," bAdrdI'l corporaUoa: la J.panWho la now relY In whichndorsea Punch Bkwl ta Furnish Manlon. ,I that this body shonld convene la Hundreds'of ,i \ _

_ 'toloalaed'la ,Louisiana- In this city olLa business trip:'a Jap- Montery"Aa. B. New ome Ta Fla-In a letter' writ I Lakeland December 1909, which news On.'
c unt of
d4qs.*la tOj wake them Amerhaeejos .11_".squadron, wilL>visit California of cDty held to b h. Il. .says free' 'alaha Gllobrlat made I ha been received with much pleao Tubru4al.Afetlo .
by"a.United States'cmmlloo.ca' public links,would 'be:of benefit mothe.Qv. are by the people of Lakeland Chlc.lo ." hand,
vaar to three/ Dnemtatauy ports OV latter p of'April or the a bachelor taC I and 1.-Mlk
*b who have,flled r. Ishada earlypsrtotMay. charge of making bd bil p.cJally to''those':e the public .h household furnishing I surrounding cUnt. Lakeland Is of on' aeaannt-Of J
said have h bercnloals
"" t.tt..o to 'fa affection
Ideally has-Mho. sold
IlIflIpth.re.'i. 2' armored'cruisers ana doneepr. wok b"-p 1&.7. ..o'Penl r and a"V neltan I a meeting,

1ttk.at bssltta somd years ,Ing ships .will aatL4tZt. ant t raising j ones t newspaper UT'Tnton PUI' bl. call upon her to I being aceessable from all portions of Chicago, Ill..according;t the's _
onesL. '
lers t parish, ahevt'' forty I March">'for. Honolulu,,, short I noughts Dear'fg ; N-a': wilt raiseIts.'pHc*-to X te sopping *$ for. th* I the state- and a fine place to pay a pure fo bureau which :waglr

Iww city of New Orleans, slay. there, tM'ships Afer', San Set" Benle Agent!. MeAdam ebrmry'U.; gUIOR aa'areasonrthInereasedeost b future home. 111elUeDe I ,1.1t The Methodist church of Lk.I war tuberculosis affected t

_ to fcaVe had tin anatbers ma- Francisco and (hence,Ho southern c.i.uontworttr thinks he, oaeot.. tie'mOt flagrant of white other Gib hl b very I Is one of the handsomest. I ind The discovery, came'in H
at Floridaconference the .
pal artlcl the only I Inspectors
rocenily. wok t I recently .
:, : coat ) ue bYm
; -
btcreaaea been ad hundreds '
Urn. ltl o luo "gubernatorial chief." i I ot condemned cattle.,
; ;. .
taIsrszil to : .r Clel1.Wan a marina atli .. I,_ "that'these:e.

,,. kf ,,240.wan,UI' I .'B dlshoa _. been slaqhter. ; V ,
'iW'Arrsnts 15' cii- Lomdee.Sag-Tbe', .* > Mt4rb5rlng'salent flmlth'a for February.' afford to I'' I J
baa demanded Bodies 'of ". .,'Have or1..a iJnllet gr1-ea .l'Mr'Phipp's
tip ece' of the BraOlaa WijbogTompklns,.ha's "eon. "
legation 'aaexpUaaiMn of>the "S.Been -.Taken,tef row.n. .. weJ.'yjea I t rbvigfor; *tolatUg rlbotPd, lo th.' current' number of ha'a Doo.er: by,' HomaD r. Day. !I' 1 N_' .

Irare of t Great Western railway.nwrated ', 1lengary.-la;.as" ***/ rlaloa' The Smith's o .-cOmplete'- novel,, j(entitled fnDY'l.IOI. 1\I.a laagl. In House CoMmltte '

.by a'BnUJ can- Veq* :damp .the .tn an of wt1 pt 1 was' Apple and .Fiaona."j 'It',la ft-story .r,lne. !8ubUI. Irld.. 1 .
.**m for
.. Bna> zalM-kerev- -which ..followed' later a stadS -.1Iltj U-' tnralaeoa and the- probtoma,of..marrfaMtn miag .eomedy.wab c. tb6'Washingtot '

.. 1. no aa b by a dost ..i and flre; two hundred !a. L-ton.V.. ,/: got 'which .locm.so large tart&a hoibona .'0" In -etWeeg a dehigifnj, 10. -D.' C..."Ii 1

,' ftfl, 4a" o and .e W CBtosnbnl.State I!1, tronbU\with the"faculty' of a great many' women of to ( ,oY'bOle, the lanc.; 'IU.G.O\ma t. ''ii

""t ', I'; : ** KM*)* taw oofle .' wsS 4"WeD h* watfi- day It I to. cure to attract_ _. .Btomial. airrr. cU'er' loye,stale', ".ter, a' .
th .
ran- I I ftxrty-41* dI j&g thin .
o lar Cure "
0 f.lur.1 \: r* "
..I 1 ;.b.- ..J. '! wjjjj b 1)nil"le I rosds. R1lo..tt H/T"$<
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t tt t.. . tJ LOCAL SYNOPSIS. !fJl '
New Carlos and postal cards at Brill' \

1818 1909 t.1 Pillow'Tops with DeLand views, at 1 iiiit.: '''.. .
>rt flit IMPORTANT: NEWS ITE IM! OK Brill's, 65o.| will wash. ""- WE ARE HERE \: :. ,{:,
?epa meat -' .....\
1,1S '. THE PAST WEEK. Rem..mber-everytbIDIr in School Snp- ,
I. ....;J*I- plies at Allen's, Postofflce block.
f\C" ,;i, v, YTnING ire Local. sad Hool.tr Items for th+e P opl.'. Mr. Dawson Brown was a north end
._Brlvf Mention ..r Taotl ..
TO WEAR TO USE visitor to the county seat Monday,
"TO _
. ,.: 8 n,1>y OUT dt.pnrt.r.Wade.
See Brill's new Souvenir Spoons. The Comfort' ,
For Your
daintiest in DeLand, Prices reasonable.
the tuner, Orlando.
Bedford Jones DeLeon visitorto
was a
Dr. Mellette'Remedies at Allen'i.
w< have just opened our new the county seat tbe first of the
The peach tree la putting oat a fall week.

and' very handsome line of....... bloom. Garden Seeds, the kind to plant now,
Remember-when In need trasses at AT"Fountain's
j a large variety for your inspection atFisher's
AileD ., Povtomoe Block. -
Drag Store.

Trunks Bags and Suitcases Mrs. E. C Rust was an Orange City From the way the clerks are kept
visitor to DeLand Wednesday.
busy all the DeLand merchants are
Mr. O. A. Dreka returned from Fort doing a fine business. "
bauderdal.the l latter part of the week.
Cement sidewalks at popular prices DaylightCorner"New
Mrs J. A. Hudson wan an Orange for the next sixty days, 12 cents and np
, TRUNKS City visitor to DeLand the first of the O. B, Webster Phone 107.

week. We should be getting the fine St.

$2.50 to $22.00 : Don't forget the special ,ale on Men's' Johns River shad This l Is the Quest
and Boys' Clothing at Dreka's Department flub caught from Florida waters
I I Shoes Lots of Light
Store. I
Ask to see the "Little Tudor Sleep,.
Patent Roller Tray Trunk : '
The Roundtree Special Mine Adelle .
DavU bus returned home and Play Suits" at Dreka's DepartmentStore.
for Ladies. from a vlalt to her eUter, Mrs. A. F. Your child needs them. New Suits Lots of Style

Dreka at Atlanta. Mattings at one fonrth off, and special
STEAMER TRUNKS All carpenters, inachanlus and brick cat prices on Art Squares and Rugs New Hats Lots of Room
masons are going to be kept busy at Don't miss it. Dreka'a Department

$5.00 to $10.00 : : DeLand for the year 1909. Store. New Furnishings Lots of Goods

Mrs. McCann, shampooing, maul Mr. W, B. Fmlger, a knight of the
curing and massage. Parlors over grip for a Jacksonville candy house,
FINE LEATHER SUITCASESSilk Finber'8 drag store, phone 109O. spent the midweek with his DeLand

Mail for Orange City and the coast friends.
and Leather Lined DOW closes at 0:30: instead of 10:20, the Harry Lee was In town from D.,Lenn
$18.00 '. change going Into effect last week. Springs Wednesday. He is making We try to make it a pleasure for you to
$4.00 to -
Mr. Maynard Bond left Wednesdayto considerable improvements to his placeat I 8 '

attend the animal meeting of the DeLeon.

FIBER SUITCASES Grand Lodge of Masons at Jackson Col. Perkins, of the U. 8. Navy, la buy of useFOUNTR1N'S
ville. visiting his cousin, Hon JHS W. Per

The orange market North Is firm and kin,. He has been with the navy tor '
$1.00 to $3.00 ;i in ranch better shape, the fruit selling the past twenty-five years.

at from $3 to $3. most of It at $3 25 to I Remember-at Allen's eyes are tested

i $2.150./ free, and there is an advantage to you
Leather Bound For high class commercial job work I to know that you will find ns at the

bring yonr orders to The Record office. Poetofflce block twelve mont In every
MATTING SUITCASES Elegant stationery and the latest faces year. ,

In type The machine for washing oranges is

$3.00. to $6.00 1 There were nearly a thousand peopleat beginning to be used by many of the
the University Vesper service last mowers. Washing the fruit wonderfully

Sunday afternoon Many of them were improves its appearance, and It ..

tourists. pays to do so. .._ .. __ ..
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CLUB BAGS Deputy Sheriff E T. Gross returned
For Sale-Imported nil blooded white Krnne'8 Bicycle Repair Shop. 110 N.
the latter part of the week from a and barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels,
1-8 tf
business trip to the former home at $1.50; Eggs, SI.00, for setting Turkey SOUVENIRS, POST CARDS, AND NOVELTIES
J. Cra.nor'
Everything for the hone at -
$3.00 to $12.50 Lexington, Ky. Duck and Guinea eggs also for sale.
new harness shop. tf Largest Stock an&! lowest prices
Father M.J. Curley of DeLand, was J. E. Alexander.
certainly enjoying .... ,
in Tbe tourists are "U"U'
town and
over Sunday held service
New lettuce, beans
cabbage ,
in the Catholic church the fine weather we are having. Outfits and Leather
Sunday evening. Pyrography
ALWAYS THE BEST J onions turnips, radishes, cauliflower,
Pontofflce block,
-TltUBville Star Remember-Alien's,
carrots and peppers are brought in Goods, Picture Frames and Japanese China
and GroceriesG. Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzalmnions fresh every day from the local gardens, are agents: for Orange City water. Exclusive sale of Bea.utiful'Vater
Staple Fancy Western and Florida beef,
and two children arrived from Alabamathe and In great abundance Choice
latter part of the week and are pork, mutton, sausage, eta, at the Oolor Pantings and Tropical Scenes
Accuracy is our watchward. Fvery Marsh Market
stopping at the Melrose. ingredient entering your prescription is The tourists have been coming to De- REEVE & HOWARDAbe Gift Store
A. DREKA & CO.Phone f 'Fl 7: Monday afternoon, at the residence of checked by an assistant before leaving Land the past week, and the two big iDeXano
!Mrs A. H. Woodall, the ladies of St. our department. Qnality-for-price always .1-
hotels are filling np.
Barnabas Guild will serve tea In the In. at Fisher's Drug Store.A .
I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wood have roomsat
terest of the fund
rectory repair

. . . .r4F44444N. . . . . .......+ Hop Kee, the Chinaman operating a number DeLand of last Orlando Friday Elks for passedthrough Daytona their Mm home Charlie for the Miller's season.If .having leased ,

laundry here for a number of years, has to participate in the installation I
attend the Auction (Sale of I II
closep up his shop on Harvey avenue of a new lodge at that place. They von LOST $1,000!
Town Lots you may get a choice lot
"and goes into business over at San- were joined by a number of DeLand I
free, provided yon hold the winning
For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor ford.Mrs. Elks. ticket.
Joseph Busby, of Brooklyn, N. I
The present is one of those old time Eleven of Stetson students attended You have probably lost more than that .
Y., I. at the Putnam for the winter.
Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish With the exception of one or two she winters, when tender vegetatatlon remains as delegates the Students'Y. M. C. A. amount by not taking advantage of investment
green all winter. It has been so 1 at Rollins College, Winter Park, last in the Have learned
has paused the many winters at De- opportunities past. you
For Stoves and RangesFor Land mild that orange trees are beginning/ to Friday.
your lesson, or are you going to keep right on
Standard Plumbing Goods Oeo. McIver, a Seville negio, pleaded showing grow and bloom.quite a number of trees are For Salo-First-class pine stove andfireplace losing while the Door of Opportunity is ajar?
guilty at the plea term of tbe Criminal wood. Per cord. 15 d01; per
For;Paints and VarnishesIn Court Monday morning of assault and Mr. and Mr,. John Rinehart, and Mr.J strand.$3 00 Drop postal card to Chili We have some pieces of land well located for Building

best grades obtainable battery and was fined $3.50 pod costs, A. Head, of Owensboro. Ky.. are at Hookstra, DeLand. 11.4w Lots upon which you can double your money in TwelveMonths
which he paid. DeLand for the season, the former at Denntnred Alcohol, the specially prepared .
the College Arms, the latter at tbe kind for beating and cooking, is
-,.-) ill R. D. MCDONALD (----' Sheriff Smith captured a negro over I wood We have a House and Lot renting for 540 per month which
Head is still
Putnam. Mr. using to ordinary poisonous
at Sorrento the first of the week. He far superior
be for Central location.We .
.. Is wanted In his county under the crutches, suffering yet from rheumatism alcohol, more heat less odor Pint hot can purchased 51,900.
charge of operating a distillery down but is better than when here last I I ties 20o i cheaper in large quantities.At have a large, new Two-family House, well located, whichwe
at Indian Springs during tbe fall. winter. FUhern' Drug Store. offer for $2,000.

I Wf-. have -a Furnished; House nn Corner__.n_. Lot,_ near College Arms
When You Contract for_ 1 -- --- - I I I Hotel which can be bought for $2,400.

We have many other good things. Come and see us.

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DRESS BETTER I D. 'JIm i K M 11X 1RcnI :Estate

Your W11t VixVJlllV ant insurance

MR. C. A. HENRYSpecial

HOUSEStipulate -- -- _._-

Cutter and Designer of the THE MARKET"LEONARDY


/ Sherwin-Williams Paints STORRS-SCHAEFER TAILORING CO. Choice Northern and Florida Beef, Mutton, Pork,

/ Sausage, Hams and Bacon. Fish. Always the best,

. . . . . ; . ,, ,,, ,,. .,,,,
" " " " " " .e. "
Will be with Me Next in the market. Prompt and polite attention. Your

For sale at Tuesday, Wednesday, ThursdayWith patronage solicited

Walters PharmacyWATTS
the largest and most complete line of Woolens for Spring

in DELAND. I to give a per-
: and Summer ever shown guarantee you THE CAREFUL HOUSEWIFEwill

.. -. fect fit, and for snap and wear I claim to have the top notch line of
find it to her advantage
--e Custom-Made Clothes in the country.Ask Il .a to purchase 1101') provisions

those for whom we have made clothes in the past.Don't m r of us, because,wee

take of the opportunity of seeing the latest o l o sell only such groceries ns
fail to advantage FI we know to be thorough.

creations in Woolens for men who care. o e ly reliable, and becauseour

Come in and see us, regardless of intentions to purchase. We prices are very mod
erate. Our
stock is
THE HARDWARE MAN want to get better acquainted with you. o extensive' and comprisesall very

_.._.__..__......________-_.__n_..._._.___.....___.._....____________.__ the finest brands of
Canned Fruits and Vege
I will'shortly.move into new quarters, next to OIU" ""

my present location, where I will have ample room AS IN THE PAST
to display a very large new stock of eveerythinfc: 'THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES"DRESS

carried in the hardware line, and I ask you to call We shall carry only the best and .

and see the extensive stock I will have on display BETTER PAY LESS most complete line of Groceriesin

It is the best line of goods to be had, and you pay

no more than for the cheaper grade of goods. the future as has made our

I _L_ _
" 1 HAVE AN AI PLUMBER to do your plumbing. .-.F- -' store the popular place it is today.

__ Phone
-- -- hound with black back, tan 79
i :, dall ; condition*tor the_k.........J....Mi U the time plant Pecan Tiers. head and legs.dog A liberal reward will
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Kinds of Buildings Beat varieties of ,drafted trees for be paid for hU return or information as
4II Bee the nuts at Fisher's Drug lII01e'l to hi* whereabouts. W. B. Burgee r -
I for the -- .
s Plumbing Goods Always on Hand. Contracts grafting e -am

I t .---...-.-.,.....w--_....:-..-..-..-...--.-.--._._..--.-----....---.--- I S J Hickory W. H. HASKELL Tree. DeLand. Fla.I Cr.nor'I THE MARSH ,MARKET O 0'L
u-Ma P.Co &n. Tna.lne.
P.O. !
18-ea 75
U-81 n/ CloodrS.il. .llln. ---St.-- We handle the beat meats to ,be had, both Florida ...lid'I'
1 W. C. WATTS 14-M 18 Cloudr.B. T1w fat. I
!IT--U :TS 7S Chtf.P.O. 8.W.: Fo fof.A *. Get your repairing done at J.Cranor First Pint l Western. We can supply you with'thecholceetl, cutsof.. ,

_, WI CIeer. L new harness shop. tf The National Sea T.E. Arnold Agt. anything in our Hne. Courteous attention))! and prompt "
nDeI and '_ ,Florida .
< I ..57.1-IS Total tmnf.a..11bmh.. I ;
I Mil. moraine. boon andd1s..a.r delivery Give us your, next order.
To. th.
ton w.r..1
'itl'J:1'10.: : ;.>, _.a-bma.. S.*.m. Flnl Pint Bee the line ot narnew ai J. Cranot'nMW e :
Baum H. Wmiairr. C"Agt. harnen.tor* 'u MARSH BROTHERS''' i 'r \:- _\.c. '\'
.. C. p..etv.ob-rv-C.1.W..ib-E.nae The National, Be T. B. < : :
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r 'A'' TRIPLE SURPRISE.It ",:a, ::ail:: >01':':III'"7' Notice to Non-Resident Notice' of' Final Discharge. Notice' of Final Disch;)
'11:11 oIoIi 01."'" 'iil ,
: % Seventh Jndlolal Circuit Notice U hereby given that 'Ibo iindpr- Notloe U hereby given that six n
Circuit Court
Came With a PUasant Owtlnpj In a _ m XWbcrcto 'Wtorebtp ;J! In of Florida, In and for Voluela County.: signed administrator of the estate. of Zllphla after data 1 towlt. on the lOtb day otA
New Auto Car In I. T. Vsrnecdeoeaawd will on the 33d day D. lOOtt, I will present my final a,
a4bsotut Gr&p.s give ,. of April A. D. 190I>, ilill his flniil accounts. for approval to Hon..1.Lee MoUrory
A well known author wbG for aome ? '''I:":'cc..CIIt''f'cc.", .....:. ....;: : ...:. .:.w"" ::;;" Mary: :Meek I with the county judge of Voluuta$ onunty, ty Judge ot Voluela county, Florid.. ,
yean has been an enthusiastic admirer I ire'' the-chief Ingredient, MeekjTo Florida, and ask that tbe same be approved office at the Court House In DeLanrta

of the automobile, had an amua- a the active Baptist Church. Harry ) I and that he be discharged as such udmlnlsrator. guardian ol Edith Bond,. and ask
principle, allrrr: Meeksi I discharge a* snob guardian.
big 'eiperlen.ee which she describe REV. .T. E. GATES Pastor.
to' This Oct. 18th 1008.i
You are hereby required to appear This oot. 23, 11108. ,
In the Bohemian A new model al- heaIthfuIneu, to __- Services on Sunday: will be M follows: the bill of complaint tiled Itvreln, ssralnst, !hAM FLOWERS 8. A. woo

wnys: attracted her attention the declares Bible School. . . . . 10 a. m. you In the above entitled onu e on or bulor Administrator. Guard"Elastic" !

and wben she came out of the ______ Morning Service. . .. .11a.m. the 1st day of February A. U. 11)00. .
Keoord Is hereby designated ----
New York hotel where she was stay: Subject "The Evil of Unbelief The Volusla County ibis
. 7 l)0) as he newspaper. In wbloh order
Evening Service . : p. m.Special "
ing and saw a fine now car atanding 3ROYAL shall be published once .a week lor four 'I
each service.
unoccupied b,. the curb she stopped to singing/ at consecutive weeks. -
admire It: Yon are cordially invited.I'hrltitlaii I Witnees my hand and apul "f oBoe this ,
ITtb of December. A. I'. l'O. -
While I examined It and Raced with SAM'L D. JORDAN,
envy a friend also Interested. In autoa. ; BAKING Church ()lerk.U 91"tiek

cam down the steps and approached E. W. SEARS, Pautor.Snnrtay : M. Bmmrrr: !

the machine. School . . .10:00: a. m. I Solicitor for Complainant. ;
POWDER Communion and Preaching' .11:00 a. m. ,
"Isn't It stunning! he siild. Christian Endeavor . . 6.40 p. m. Bookcasa: i1ii-

I agreed entuUHliistloully and added Ce Evangelistic Service . . '7.80: p. m.l'rI'Mbt'rhm Notice.Notice end' T&f
Desk combined.Pemlt
that the machine won tantaLizing me, iqb.toIuf.Ly' laur. la hereby given that the under- : .

as I did so long to take a spin, that I aliened imitrdlan of the estate of John A, :- as much or j
my: chauffeur: was 111 and that I was llyman E. U Hyman Laura. Hyman, a5l11tl"'t''
Insures wholesome and delicious REV. BKNJ.: B. KNAPP, PwUor. llalelKb llymsn. and an uon"lDedlnranl, space as w a ft t IJ] f' f J. )
afraid to through the at "
run car
my: : Comprises; Desk Unit: wtlit
m.1 minors will\ on the 2fitu day of January, li4Ij 'J'A '
"Why. I will take :you" be said. "1 Sunday School..9:45: a. D to the honorable few or many Book Unit m ..::::. :. ..
A. liXKl apply county -- .
food I .,
for ;.
Prpoohlnlf I Service . .11 a. 01.I ,. .. .
haven't anything: to do this afternoon every judge ol Voluala county Florida, at his of. desired. Roomy, convenient '
;;.., ;.J..
Where shall we go?" Y, P. 8. O. E.. .. . 043: p. in. floe In DeLamI, for an order to soil the I ,attractive. Call and sea ':": : I1\\; I', ,
home south halt (s M) of the south halfej4) of lot ,
( Jt
every or write for catalogue 10$
We got In. and I suggested/ Coney: seven ((7), und also an undivided one-Uth ,tl. ,-:;; : ",' j

To make a long story: short, the do. N. Phe.phM.e First :M. E. Church Interest of said minors in the south half J. F. ALLEN & CO..FLA "-1 F. II I :",
sU of the north half of lot seven ((7)) .
llghtfol ride gave us an appetite/ ( ) (nf) i _
'___ rcio Alum Rev. WM. J. HARKNESS, Ph.D., Pastor and the north oue-fourthiiK) of lot seven AGENTS! ;
stopped dinner and then went .
onto I Sunday School . . .. 9:45 a. m. (7), all of said property! lying and being In ,j
Sea Gate to call friends. Aw DEa.ANI), .. (
upon Preaching Service..11:00: a in. section throe ((3), township eighteen (18)) J.

,were crossing the bridge on our Epworth League . . B:45 p. m. south, range thirty-one ((31) east.

way home at about 11 o'clock my Morning theme "Idleness This Pec. 23, 1003.ROBERT H. HYMAN. T-----------'a---: : .

friend Inquired, "At wbat, garage do Union meeting at '7:30: p. m. Illustrated Guardian ...... ,.' ,'

yon keep your machine -- -- -- blackboard sermon Theme,

At the question a terrible possibility: tr cnlllne npnn ntm. r>m ..>. .... BRASS HORNS. "The Ladder of Life"

r dawned upon we, and with" the remembrance "I t:.- 1I"n'I! HnvniiiM' 1 ileive rile, Georgel" Special mnalo b;, the choir. Notice of Final Discharge ,

of s certain unfnralllarlt 1. unt of ln'il. trembling allover All friends and strangers Invited. Is that the undersigned
: rinir: Th Way the Thin, Seamless Tubes Notice heieby given
that be bad displayed at tbe first I Iu administrator of of L W, Favorite
: Thnt alrlug cry still rang In Are Bent Without Injury. the estate
regard to the running of tbe car the his o.irs. So real was It that, although' : UpthoillNt Epificoiml Church., Month. Odum. deceased, will, on the 15tb day of B
'situation became Instantly clear. 110 Saxhorus, so called after a famous! February A. D. UXW, file his flnal accounts
: ho wns awake and remembered per'focuS U. 8.' TAIIOR. Pastor
with the county judge of Volusla county
Belgian family uuwed Bus who Invented -
had' thought that the machine was the douth the funeral and all qnd 'Introduced these Inalru- Sunday School. . . . .. ..10a.m. Florida, -nd asK that the same be approved u'y Fertilizers

mine, and I had been equally secure thnt happened" in ,the preceding tour Preaching . . . .. ..11 a. IU. I, r and that be be discharged. a. snob admlnistrntnr. -
meats abont the middle of the last
In the belief that It was his. In other days he searched the room for her century Epworth Leai
-words, we had calmly gone off: with who had thrice called him by name. are the mainstay of all modern Preaching. . . . .. .7.80: J p. m. I This Aug. inn, iBis\ J. B. ODtTM

'acme one .....'. property. Finding .that he.\Va,. alone be rushed brass bands. They are manufactured Prayer Meeting . Wednesday night. Administrator. Manufactured by
In many different sizes from high soprano The will fill the both
Too may Imagine our feelings. W. Int9 his uncle's room crying: "Get pastor pulpit
'felt'confident that we would be arrested to the huge contrabass or bombardon morning!! and evening. The subject at
We to the
Got must c.me'teryl
up up go and the moat Important of the the morning hoar will be, "Fanaticism,
on our uptown. We rolled COMPAN
up to the hotel Inwardly quaking She Is alive! She Is calling mer'Tbe lot la the euphonium, which supplantedthe Emotionalism and Religion." Notice to Creditors.Notice SANDERS
uncle, skeptical aa he was by
After much Inquiry and explainingwe nature, was carried by Jones' now obsolete "serpents" Dud opblrleldes. Is hereby given that the undersigned

found the Indignant owner. Fortunately .. away The tallest saxhorn ever made Catholic Chnrrh.M. has been appointed by tbe Hon. J. Jacksonville Fla.
Impetuosity. Both men threw on some
stands eight feet bitch and contain. Lee !MoCrory,Judge ol the County Judge'sCourt ,
he knew me slightly and hat clothing and while one harnessed a J. CURLEY, Pastor. of Voluaia! oouutv, Florida, administrator

a well developed sense of humor, In home to n light buggy, the other procured more than forty feet of tublug. First. Mass. . . . .. 6.30a.m.: of the estate: 01 Mrs. Mary Scott, late ....--.--

spite of a rather forbidding expression spades Thus equipped' they The advantage of seamless or "solid High Mass and Sermon .. . .10 a. m. deceased, of suldeounty. and all creditors,

as we drat faced him with our drawn" tubes for such Instruments as Sunday School . . .. .11 :IS a. m. leimtees! ilbtribulees and all other persons Dealers In all kinds of ertlllzing Materials,
drove to the cemetery at a gallop. The having claims ..
or against estate -
unfortunate story. I think be believed trombones and horns la considerable EvenigService..7:81)' : p. m. Agricultural, Chemicals.! Insecticides, Ponltrv
the am hereby required to the
out at
sun rose as they leaped present '
us. grave and began to dig. since no mutter bow good the Join Subject of lecture, "Confession. sumo duly I authenticated: to the underaigne'd Foods, Poultry Supplies, Incubators Brooders -
His may be, sooner or later the action of Everybody invited. within the time prescribed by law
parting remark however was Mrs. Jonas had been burled tbe previous ,, and Malthoid Roofing .
the will be forever barred.WILI.AM .
or same
rather pussllng although be said 1 It afternoon. Her husband shoveled the breath t will wear away tbe solder SCOTT
with evident To bend these thlu brass tubes without
cordiality: -
Administrator .
of the estateof
away the earth In n frenzy of en
"Whenever :you'd like to use the machine 1t..118 firmly flied in his! mind splitting or doutlug the metal waiat filenwood 1'resbytcrlan Church. Mary Scott, deceased.
let know." ergy. one time difficult but. thanks Orange City, Fla, Oct. 30, 11X18.Executors' ) .
again just me very -
that she bad been burled alive and REV. GEO. N. MACDoNALD Pastor -
to a most Ingenious urtlHce, tbe

that he might yet be in time to save operation Morning Service . ... .10 a. m

A SURPRISED CAT. her. Inspired by: ida nephew's excitement la uow both safe and simple Tbe. Sunday School. . . . .11 a. ui. Notice.Notice .

the uncle dug with n vigor al. tube la first washed out with a chemical Christian Endeavor . ... . '7 p. in. A
substance, such as Is used by U hereby given that the under
QautUrs 't and Ms Experience With most as great as Jones'. SPRING FERTILIZINGBe
signe I have keen
plumbers to prevent solder from adhering S's appointed to take out an.
a Parrot.Of Begrimed and dlnhovpl.-d. they at ciilaiy letter as executors of the estate of
all cat stories the best Is one told lost reached the coffin and wrenched where It Is not wanted and It Fashionable Hair Dressing, Manicuring John B. btv(..on, deceased, and all person I
by Tbeophlla Gautler the French I off the lid. Jones shrieked. Ills wife Is then completely filled with molten : ant Shampooing done at the Ladies' having claim or demands against said estate on time. Give your trees a good start thin
lead poured In from a ladle. Thus supported Parlor at the College Arms, by a professional are hereby required to present tbe I spring. Help them to throw oB the old egg-ladeued
allst. Be kept cats, tbe favorite was moving. She was trying feebly to .
many same duly authenticated to the undur
from within\ the brass Is Hair Dresser For further information -
easily I : leaves that will Infest the whole tree. Give
being "Madame Theophlle" and she turn over In her narrow bed. She Binned or to t their: legally. authorized attorney yonr
: call, or ring the College
was his constant companion by day gazed at him with eyes that saw not. and safely bent to the required shape Arms' hotel. up and agent Isaac A. Stewart of Der tree food that it may work for you. Cents now make
the lend afterward Laud Fla. within
removed the
by tune prescribed l
and night. One day a friend who She was unconscious of her situation.lie \ beat.-I'enrsou's. law, dollars later on. Note onr three distinct formulas:

was going away a abort time.'brougbt passed his inns about her and GEORGE A. KLSESSEK. SPECIAL MIXTURU NO. I,

Gantler a parrot, to be taken care of lifted her out. The two men removed EXECUTING MAZEPPA.Peter J. HOWELL CUMMINGS, PERUVIAN ORANGE-TREE GROWER,

daring his absence. The bird, finding her from the grave placed her In the A CURIOUS WORD. John Executors B Stetson of the, deceased estate o r SEMINOLE TREE GROWER.

Itself In a strange place climbed op buggy and drove home. Physicianswere the Great's Odd Way of Punishing DeLaml Fla., Oct. 30, inos. We want to send our booklets, especially the
to the top of Its perch In'a rather called In. Under close medical Twists That May' B* Given to "Ba" In a Dsssrtsr. you
t wo"new citrus leaflets that are the beat writings ever
frightened manner. Madame Tbeophlle care she slowly recovoml. Every precaution the Chinese Language. Peter the Great, czar of Russia punished -

had never neen a parrot before and was taken to gaited her from In the Chinese language the same a traitor on a notable occasion Ink Notice to Creditors. published on tho subjects.

regarded the creature with manifest the knowledge of what had happened word may be given several different way that the numerous victims of Write for them today.

surprise and all who were In the secret pledged meanings by the modulation of the the present czar's wrath might well all Notice persons hereby having' given any demands to creditors or claims anti a .sprlnlr.Tim. With Citrus Tree. DI..B.ck-lta Causes. and

After a period spent In profound themselves to silence lest the shockof voice. The same thing may happen to wish were still In vogue. aKnli'.t tbu "title or Henry A. Wright,, Treatment How and Wh.n to Fsrtlllio Citrus Trees. Plneappls

meditation, summoning up all tbe notions that revelation of her burial and the English "Yes," which may be pro- Maneppa, chieftain of the Cossacks, deea,Bd, to present tin same to the un : Fertilizing IrIsh Potato, Florida 5Ir.borrl.ld1 Fertlllier.

of natural history she bad picked resurrection might prove fatal to her nounced so as to mean **I assent to had deserted to the king of Sweden, denugued within the time prescribed by
I law or the same will be barred Call on our Local Agent Mr.' W. W. Harriss or address
up In the yard, the garden and on the but the story leaked out later when that" or "I am doubtful" or "Indeed!" I with whom Peter was at war. Ma- Glen wood, Fla., Nov. 27.1'JOS.LURiucrr ,

roof she plainly came to the conclusion Mrs. Jones got about again.-Baltl- An eminent authority on philology : seppa was at once tried by court martial M. WRIGHT, WilFon & Toomer

that the newcomer was a green more Sun. gives an amusing illustration of these and found guilty of high treason. Administratrix. Fertilizer Company

chicken. This result attained the modulations In tbe Annamitic language Sentence of death was passed upon .

next proceeding of Madam. Theophlle She Got a New Pair a monosyllabic tongue spoken Mm. Notice of Application for Tax Deed JACKSONVILLE FLA.

was to lay herself flat on the door. Earcnstlcus and bU wife were goingto by the people of. Tonquln and Cochin Mazeppa, however, was safely In the Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888: ,,, ;

like a panther watching her prey the theater. China. camp of the Swedish king, but this Law. of Florida. ,

The parrot did not like this at all; It ",-m you please go In and get my lu this language the syllable *'ba" fact was not permitted to stand In the Notice IB hereby given that Ohos. MOo .. "

raffled Its feathers and rattled Its goats off: the dressing table?" said pronounced with a grave accent meansa way of the carrying out of every part Nary, purchaser of tax oerlincate ;No 1108
S."Your. dated the Sin day of June A. l>. la
chain uneasily. Then Madame Tbeophlle Mrs. lady an ancestor. Pronounced wltb of the sentence A wooden effigy of died said certificate In 7, has
m; office and has I
came creeping nearer her none goats 7" Queried the pnuledSarcastlcus. the sharp accent. It means the favoriteof Mazeppa was made, and the punishments mode application for tax deed to issue in -

Quivering her eyes half closed while "What angle have you a prince. Pronounced with the semi- were Inflicted upon the Cossack accordance with law.. Sold certificate em.

slight thrills of pleasure ran along her women got now?" grave accent It means what has been chieftain's: substitute brace the following described property situated

backbone at the Idea of tbe meal she "I'U show your snapped the wife, thrown away. Pronounced with the The effigy was first dressed In Ma- Lot S In, bIb Voluala 2, La county Vega, Ormond.Florida towit BOld Cumber\

I was about to make. Another moment and she sailed away and soon return grave circumflex. It means what has leppa'a uniform, and upon its breast The said land being assessed at tbe date ompaQY

I and abe sprang upon the perch. ed, putting on her gloves. been left of a fruit after the juice ban were pinned all of the medals, ribbons of the Issuance of such certificate lu the r

The parrot instantly straightened up "Are those what you mean? Why 1 been squeezed out. Pronounced with and other decorations that the real ccl- name of Mrs C. H Murray. Unless said Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depot
and said tn a dp bass call those kids." certificate shall be redeemed according to at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine '
voice. "Have
no accent, it means three. Prouounced prlt had worn. law, tax deed will issue thereon on the 9th f
I yon breakfasted Jackor "I used to," replied :Mrs. Sarcastlcus with the ascending or Interrogation accent While the commanding general anda day ol February A. D. 1909. !

This utterance so terrified the cat "but they are retting so oM I am I it means a box on the ears. squadron of cavalry stood near an Witness my official, signature and seal Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings

that she sprang backward. All her ashamed to any longer." Thus the word "ha." In the order given officer advanced to the wooden man this the 1st day or January, A.. I). 1009. ,

ornithological"And on what Ideas?' continued were overthrown the ,.Be took the hint.-Pearson's h Week-' above Is said to mean. If properly and read the sentence. Then another [bJl:4Lj: )Clerk Circuit HAM'L Ct.. Volusia D. JORDAN(;0., 1'1.. Shinges Laths Etc !i

parrot pronounced Three ladles gave a box officer wrenched off: the eaiurv'a natent ,

gravely. "On sirloin T1 Scalloped Apple on the ear to the favorite of the of knighthood and his other oecore- AH Lumber, Bulldinpr and Fire Brick Cement etc. delivered

The cat cast s glance at her master Select!! a half doaen apple Wash I prince."Chicago llecord-nerald. Lions, tore them up and trampied upon Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un anywhere In the city., promptly ,

as If to say: "This Is not a bird. It Is and core. Slice acme apple so that them. This done: he struck the wooden dor Section 8. Chapter 4S88, Laws of ,"
a gentleman. It talks!P Florida ---
And then each, piece will lie encircled by the Two Previous gentleman a powerful blow in the .
she promptly hM herself under Notice' Is hereby given that A.. if. :MoNxrr -"
bed, and from that refuge' she the skin of the apple. Place to a stewIng A Richmond woman has In her employ pit of the stomach, knocking him over. purchaser. of tax certificate No. 1270-

not be Induced could or frying pan, pouring over" them a little darky. Miff: Cole. One day Next: a hangman appeared. While the dated the 7th: day of June. IWt.: bus filed .'

to stir during the about one-fourth of a cupful of water, Miff became confidential and told his soldiers shouted he threw a noose over, acid certificate In my office and has m..de.pplh..U01l riALSBY MACHINERY COflPAN
whole Louis
day. St. .
Globe-Democrat. for tax deed to issue In
of the Imitation bead and :
three-fotntha of Maxeppa's
a cupful sugarthough mistress be "'urOID' to UM clmltery dragged with law Said
aa Street .
amount of sugar Is best determined next Sunday." the effigy to a nearby gallows, the following, described property situated Jacksonville. Fla. !,

by acidity; of apples-and a talepoonfal "But, MUC, that's a long walk. Youkeow where It was "hanged by the neck I In Voluua county, Florida, to-wits Telephone No. 37.4 \
SAVED FROM THE GRAVE.H until Let II!, sub of river lots 8 and SX,Ormond
) of butter. Cover and allow It be nrs than flv*> cones." It was dead. Scrap Book. I k4
The said land We at Jacksonville a
being assessed tbe date carry
to simmer. When soft remove, "Oh InIII ua. 1 ain't coin to walk. II or
a Dram Rescued Woman From I abe luuarce of such certificate la the and complete stock of Portable 1
Terrible Death. cover and fry. When sufficiently Vm goln to rldex" When a President Resigns, I. name of D. L Sle."". Unless saltCfrtlflcate Stationary Engines, Boilers and I
brown place tn a rather deep dish alternate "How Is that, MlflT The method by which a president shall be redeemed according to Mills; all Wood-Workinjr '

Mr. Jonea was a popular young business layers of the app. and grated Ts goln In a kerrldg f my uncle'sfuneral. may resign Is provided for In section I day law or lax February deed ...11b..t.\A. D..1SW9.th. reun r" qn, the ant _ all kind of fla'II a. Macbdl'j\'

man In tb city of B. His wifewas ch_. Place In the oven for flre or ." 151: of the revised statutes, reading as WltnruB. my otBciat siguiilurn sal seal Supulle We have ninny.

a woman of strong emotion God ten minutes and serve in the same AU day Saturday Miff could talk of follows: -The only evidence of a refusal lhs the lit day of January A. I). 1900. of satleBeJ customers who ",tbounl'

most delicate perceptions. Between dish to which the y were scalloped. nothing but the approaching affair to accept or of a resignation 01 ISS-AL) tI.\l'L II. JOHUAN. to I tbe mettle of our '

them them existed a rare sympathy Boston Post. Sunday his mistress excused him and the office of president or vice president Clerk tln.uit Court Volusia County ,1.. |'ay >ou to get our PRICES
which extended: to all the faculties oefore ,').
buying. We general
she expected that on Monday she shall be an Instrument In writing declaring .

weeks lira. Jon agony. ,fell during IlL and which after her a husband few- What 1 Korea Was would be regaled with a full accountof the same and subscribed by the Notice of Citation. Boilers and Saw Mills A postal will\ bring ern --ll-Sma Write" for Eoel I

Few are aware that Korea preceded the refusing to trated cataloJrlle.
funeral. But Miff: turned op person accept or resigning, ,
waited ea her with a constancy Europe In Inventing three tbtngt with a moat melantholy face. In answer as the case may be. and delivered"" Into In County the fourt Volusla County, Florida.
not; often seen sb* died-that Ia. suvappeared By County Judge of said County:
which have bad a vast Influence upon to her inquiry: he said: the office of the secretary: of state."- Whereas. J. E. Blgelow has applied to -
dead. Ther
tIO be
wa no the world. Printing with movable "I didn't go, missus. H* alnt dead Washington Feat this Court for Letters of Administration on I __
question about It In tile doctors mlud types: originated la Korea la 1334. 1M ylt."-New York Herald. the estate i.f O. T. 1-O. DermIs, deceased, _IF., ____J
A certlllca'waa lamed and an under I late of said county of Volusla.
rears before tIM Invention of the art S r Now is the time
These are.therefore to cite to order
taker called In. But for the fortunate
Europe. two other Inventions
Decay *f Building Steams all and siairular the kindred and creditor
etrcnmstaac* that Mr. Jones was opposed m which Ute .Korean sesm to have The WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO. of said deceased to be and appear before
to mblmlng there would \be no aatVlpsted Knrop: were the mortar causes of decay: In building this IJourt on or before the 33d day fit:

story to tell unless It were of another and OM Ironclad both; used with con- stones are various and depend on the February. A. 1>. 1900, and ale objections, It 1: Simon Pure No.1 1for
physical structure of the tusy have, to
stone, its any the granting letters
dead who as
apparently was re-- Their
person Bid___ effect dortna the. Japanese I'nrtaslnt rTerk Keep Us: .for:>eald. otherwise the will
composition and the nature of the surrounding same be_,-
Ttvedl for a moment under the lung of Korean: war of 1CBM.-Japaa Chrool- Sirens and Healthy.All ed as prayed.
the rnbalno knife atmosphere* Tb moat destructive your grove and be sure of
*! tie' UK blood In the bodr passes throutb Witness my name as County Judge of a large crop next
Saved from that fat. Mrs. Jones waa I agent to which the stone Isexpesed he kidneys once every three minutes Toe the county aforesaid this Bah day of Jan- winter.. All the b.:sst groves use SIMON PURE
laid out fa her burial rob, placed In -aeofflu In a Hili'\')'. to rain or a moist atmosphereand kidneys alter the blood. Tbev work nIght nary 1900.Las FERTILIZERS

and on the third day was burled A Chinese woman was fsnnmg the : also In a minor degree wind, frost -ml day. When healthy they remove stout ( .) J. ma SICCBOBT. and they show for themselves
and smoke The air of large towns lansmally :M" grain of impure matter dan; when County .J...... -
distance of her
to husband
a cemetery aom sway seeps. and being asked ui'bvaltby some part of Ibis Impure matter
Her husband waa greatly affected: 110 by tile neighbors why she fanned f charged with various deleteriooa .5 left in lINt blood. This bring on lossy E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. ck&nviiie.

much that Us) relative feared"" an attack dead man tn the middle of winter abe add The** acids are dissolved disease, snd sjmptome-pain In tie rack, Tax Assessor's Notice
by the nradacbe. .""..,, ... hot. skip
: rata. wblebuateo) the stone 'n. dry rbeu
of melancholia. His uncle wishing replied. "My husband's last word
to aroaa hid spirits and divert his wi. *Wlf wait till I an cold before ta greater or 1 less degree according ltht| 'm.-SU bearing, gravel,, dizzIness disorders of Irregular the eye iliac I will spacideti be at the following places al the It will be "SDION PPRB" On the .pot when T. B. Arnold
its receive tax
attention, remained to the boos* the yon many again.'**-Scrap Book. M physical structure and combines .....t t, debility dfowalnes. dropsy depos taxes or JJJJO: returns for Ireta the PAINTER WABEHOTJSB: completed at the

Bight after I tb- funeral and was a with the contltvnta of the atone, \its In the aria, etc- Bat If you keep the Pro'*- When you want a bag of depot.
causing It to nlterv right yea will have no trouble with No. T..... Fertilizer that makes thlDp
decay so that
'valnabl witness,, aa II proved, of aa DWt Stand MIL any coo- ion.II trtvaacs Kntcrprto..
vent so astoaadln as to be almost Everything In nertnre nmsi to a.v ) that win aback the admlaloo .*. lawyer. llvfnynn, n...... ....Pn".*. Pe- s-or.ose Ciiy.TuesdSD.USKL Tuesday. ,. a.2 *..-..* p. ...
of water will be .
mot likely to.uoeed La rf. j'laM)e: "I .have nneUv
beyond belief. this sign oitjltSieve Om. Nothing allirbUat Monday I. 11-11.. m -
In '
For aa boor or two that evening they stand stfll. v.ry atom la the val- I World. arresting deay.-Building I'llus' a* they have! !given DM splendid Doaa's Kidney relief. a-Xldridge._De I"Spp.JloadaF. a, .u-u .. ..: .

talked chiefly about the dead and thenwent ....* is oa the awve. Tea saw* ettWr .had bees aa invalid for years and my kidney &-Seville. Tuesday 9. 10.11 a. an,. -

to bed. & Jones after teasing move on or get run over.Uagutn 1IDIe.b..4: Cab ; cave n* great aaaoyaao ou aocouat 1'-0........... IKZS"1: 15.*' 10-12.a-6 .m.. San Jose Scale and
Hive. I p. W"hi1e'For
< f the coo frequent action of UM ;
npoa: his pillow for a long Mm, fell *. Tb kidney se.t'rstiona -Daytona. Wed..idsy, 17. s-li a., a'PurOrsngsThur.day ,
_ pales that on* pay for a taxi I haw also snaered a great deal -
101, 10-.. .. .
In .
, 'toto trofjbled rdMtx
a fates Imekaasg
today ta just little different from a eaaataat dull painibruuck 10 -New 8.Tueeday 23 Ban Jose
'of Ute afch lie beard a vole calling Not Base-rena what sty loins Sons tea ego 1 readshout 11-011 Hill c W"a1.24IO-U.P. III" Scale on reacts Trees and Whit Fly Ud
fmt-t kar wolf Is sick was paid for aay. the air* of a Duane Kidney Pills-. sad .. a.
'The IMkef proosjred other Inject
his aam-, 4GorfeOeocger familiar to him: they ,...*-Do to that. 1'1I1-18 It dancer,. aedaa chair la day ot old. la the do- then They cohered Ib*'.....11..,*.*.- _. i-.Tomoke ll-OIe.oop, Tu Moatay B.16, 11-13..ml..: PesU on Orange Tree, spray with .'Sclna:
teas. wr not medic aecoaata of "lUstreae Nell I noted the aotloej of the kidney secretions ILalla Seine. Wednesday jj. illi a. at InaectfcWe."
sT MIk-D bit. 8bistoo : Mixes
she 5
vote of hi wlftxatni eos aad sine them I a readily,] with
dat not>rcal the Qwjn-* iMdix-Vor. naiag feel a gnat Oralroniter. I. .;I"XOIIdIl7.. S.1-2 BsT cold] water. ,
ehexrtesj to
weak to be 4a natoosi any more-t you I .' I Save reoommmitej
hlnuMlC the victim ofS..in Ooasi' 18-8te,:..
coacJvlDs II... Monday. 1. t-a :
KnIht'sand. ,
agaffl. waat: to ....p. It New York.... to Mrs. CruejelTsnd : Kidney PIllS to many *f say Meads and 17-st.-, Wad--.tay. 3, .t-a p. a. Money promptly refunded if ]
,' to Mrs. CbarehUTn sad to Mr*. they has.always gives aatistact." I8-HoIl Bill' ToeaIay. IS p. a, resulU are not aaU facU>r1
.*,brltibefbrit voice- waaaaaln. JTMgntX*"' '''''''r. For I For sale.by all dmten. Pales M esata. lG-.Pieuses, 1'.e.da, II a. a. -
4AguiesItr. ehalringy'iaa7oaIweguieve. t-a
and this Wm It could not > .to th* most jManhfaLaad : rosuer-Mlllrara' Co. 3uralo. M. Y., sole h5-8ea! p. a LOCAL
** IM" "' 'AOENTS
.. ..-.. I B* reec alMd It at last i_ ...,.. meat aobt ItIDII Jo; U salUtaers 8 bosle aisle for UM.United 8&a_ l' : ;{iAo Po"Taz : "5 30HNARR ''c'C1i'
Paid Bmwesber .
I' ..".. aa wife' .- la: sore" d la> I -_ "'!: P"f. ,LlL-'ae pestca.Cheeskis.: .Utat J,. Oct. seothse. aasee-Doaa'-e.d"- take "- 'I!, V...... ar.aT.". Go I..C.. "SlfU. DeIM4 (II' MANUFACTUR

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