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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: December 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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1 !&}'t,L. rl'HE VOLUSIA COUNTY( RECORDS) :




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VOLUME- XXIV- DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO.. FLA., RIDA. ;. DECEMBER 24, 1909. NUMBER. ,1di

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If You Want the BEST ORANGE WRAPS Ask for SOME/ FACTS-ABOUT FLORIDA. ,


An 'Interesting Letter From( a Stetson J. H., TATUM I. P. MACE B. E. PREVATT W. E. SULLIVAN

iNiE1 APit Professor Illinois.to His Father In President VIce-Pteildents i Cashier


t o eras i .SIR aa erw (Mendon, 111., Dispatch.)
l+ r a ata Iar1 tI THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKCAPITAL
r We
n copy the following from a, letter

v ri r a v4Z written by Prof. Edwin G, Baldwin, of
DeLitnd. Fla. to big
r n father here. It
:r h th gives some Interesting! statistics of 'hat STOCK, $50,000
h t xu 41le state

, 'Speaking:! of Florida reminds too of DeLand Florida '
some of the disparaging remarks yon ,

TtiL had occasion to make on oar state, last
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I I ta n ; letter. I'll admit, father, that she l Is
.. I atf E -ar: t t s not a corn state; I'll grant you that we .

do not have miles and miles of king

i corn to hedge oar railroader bat I want Will open for business early in January, 1910, on the
yon to understand, that Florida is no
mean commonwealth in agricultural corner of Woodland Boulevard and New York Avenue.
i i 4 llces.: She l is the leading state in cattle

and sheep east of the Mississippi. Put .,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,.
that In you pipe and smoke lit Yon
:; allude to onr fruit and our delicacies,

I [ Jr v ft etc. I know that she ships over $10- N V HIre: THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK will be conducted under a National

iil :rn 000,000 worth of citrus fruit (orange, W
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a grapefruit, eto.) per year. Bat that is I charter (about it thrown those strong safeguards by the Federal

zbe Best and most economical to Use rich not her valleys only are crop bat, by now a whole being developed lot Her Government for the protection of its stockholders and depositors), it will, irt

for potatoes for example, to name one all intents and purposes, be a people's bank, and not a close corporation. Its

LOOK FOR THE BEL-THE aMPANESK CURL INMUX of many items. Why, about twenty stockholders number sixty-odd representative citizens residing at Seville
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miles of ,
us at Hastings, Fla.. one men
For Sale DV JT- <( Q.R. A.S. DREKA MALEY, DeLand, )( cleared $13.000.00 on Irish potatoes in Pierson, Emporia, Barberville, Spring Garden, DeLand. Lake Helen, Orange
Daytona, Florida one year) That, too, on land that is
_____ L ( E. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, j pore muck, black as the ace of spades- City and Osteen. The Board of Directors, composed of successful businessmen

-, ** 1 and And ai deep raise as fifteen or twenty feet. of the county, is, of itself, a guarantee that the bank will be conductedwith
two of
I they
5 THE :t tI I of The another Lake City possible Citizen-Reporter source of revenue tells year, too. So all over crops tbe state potatoes, in many a sound judgment and along careful business lines, and it solicits your

places especially suited to this vegeta accommodation consistent with conservative
for tbe sontbern farmer: "The rubber patronage assuring you every

|i FLORIDA FRUIT & VEGETABLE EXCHANGEDISTRIBUTORS I ber potato plant l Is the yields latest.a good Tbe sized Ecanda tuber rub that acreage ble, the finest l is being and sent largest oat'potatoes the conntry and banking. Our cashier Mr. W. E. Sullivan, has had seventeen years' experience

| OF w li rich In rubber It Is a native of the has right ever In this seen center porth, they or sooth.are now Why re, as a bank cashier, and in such capacity for THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
I Blhe district of Portuguese, west Afri
!Ica. claiming bottom lands by tbe stream !DELAND he will strive to merit confidence and patron
| FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES y yOFFICESz As described in Kew bulletin 8, your -ge.
shovel, and drainage, that;! is black as
it may thrive in onr southern state
: j 206V.. Bny St., JncksonYllle, l :t Let the United States department of ink, will put to shame the richest land .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
FLORID that Illinois ever It will only be
saw; a
ICImrleston Block, Orlal1do, f agriculture have it tested at our exper
I I ; kW question of time when the whole section
,,,, iment stations. If any part of the
un" BOARD OF DIRECTORS
'" talk I between here and the East coast is one
south can grow the rubber potato In
Just Look at this List of Stockholders: ill profusion Its fortune Is made. The nses, garden bed literally. Agriculture, re
:* member, is only in its infancy here. J. H. Tatum J. P. Mace J. C. Robinson A. T. Pattillo W. E. SullivanW.
R. E. COCHRAN& CO., Now York HORACE B. HANSEN& CO.,New York y and the price of rubber are constantly
1\ i JAMES SAWYERS Philadelphia WM. WEINERT& CO.. Philadelphia :t increasing.- Florida is BOW where Illinois was fifty
""!!'! J. C. LEIB & CO., Baltimore ERNEST M. MERRICK Wuhing on, D. 0. y I.I years ago, when you were a boy; think C. Jackson W. C. Watts J. D. Sprake F. S. TaylorW.
THOS. H. McGOWAN. Pittsburgh Pa. N. NIGRO& CO., Dallas. Tex. y of those times and conditions.and times
PI : BALDWIN A CARGILL Houston Tex. MUSCAT-LOTT PRODUCE CO..Mobile.AI. :Vi t See T E. Arnnld for all kinds of Garden there and how A. Allen V; W. Gould B. E. Prevatt John Cranor
mast
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I DOW see yon coin
Feitilizers. In stock at his
f GINOCCHIO.JONES FRUIT CO.. THE WEIL-BROCKMAN CO., Cincinnati, O. Kept
Kanua City, Mo. WILEY& CO., Detroit, Mich. :ey t tI. warehouse 'pare the two states, Florida and Illinois
D,0. to be Bt all fair in tbe comparison!
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:t tOUR down at Sanford; about 20 ,
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I.] BROKERAGE CHARGES will( 1:} lOc per box on solid cars, 'which :r t twill I WANTED miles south of us, they have found cultural receipts and resources, alone, ooo.OOOO"::: ,Y 5:: v '"..':w.MMVU nYV" 'rY1'tivva 'rYG'1fJr"Cfa: "''1E,r
pnuulpttiiy bw Mold f. o. b snipping points and en route; on local lots, artesian wells, that flow with unabated I''A take Florida every time. There are

which HHVO to be cm,soli lute 1 at J ick-i)l1VII1 10 par cent. on gross sales. Oranges, Grapefruit, TangerinesAnd volume year in and out. As a result, more chances for a young man, or an ""IN SELECTING A SALES AGENCY
We erpeot; to run. ID'.l many mixed cars out of Jacksonville, consisting JJ:t tlot celery growing there Is way ahead of old man, to make money here, than in
orane4, tt ipefruit, taugarlnea and pineapples, which gives na a chance y Fruits of All Kinds. anything in the world. More celery is llluola, ten to one, in agriculture alone. J ij

Supply the smaller markets and not glut them on either commodity. *, shipped out of that community than Opportunity fairly cries oat to him J To market :your: crop, a grower's natural desire to select an orraniil

**>(0.**>...**H-f.**.n>.....Of(***ft********..*.. *: Also out of any similar aore In this whole here, from all aides, to coma. and em zation whose. Interests are in Florida and which!:: is therefore working
globe. You speak of the values of corn brace her! Why, I have been tempted. Is l for tbe welfare of the state and the Improveme.ik of tbe Industry; ii
', *. Potatoes TomatoesAnd land; jon say that $300.00 per acre looks much as I love my work, to give I is up An organization which has the best facilities at this end;
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Which has the longest and must successful experience in marketIng -
pretty good to yon; co it l is, and not to and take to agricultural! pnretlts; I t
"ir ii;;; i All Other Florida Vegetables i S Florida products; 1
Weinetrt & Company be poch-poobed; but listen; last weekdown know I could make more money. Andas Which has a reputation not only in Florida, but all over the coonI
at Sanford, of which I am speaking for real estate, why fortunes are bEIng -' 2" try, for fair and square dealing;
I Prompt returns and quick saleson II 33 acres sold for $J5.00000. Canyon made dally. Tbe five acres lying Whose business. \If an established and successful one; l
; Commission{ flfcercbantsca. == Whose brands and pack are known In all markets and popular
all shipments.Refer top that 1000.00 per acre is not right in front of oar ten acres, here, a .:{ among: the jobbers;
Cor. Front and Wine sta., Philadelphia, pa. to tbe Commercial Agency or I bad, Is it? Yon say that 100 busbies of stone's throw from our bungalow, cold 1 Which has an established trade In every car-lot market in the I
Loan & Exchange Bank. corn is a good yield; that means at beet, a year or two ago, for 700.00; last United States and Canada, thus insuring It In most cases first chance
'- di at the business, of the best bouses-which means distribution and top
about fifty dollars per acre does it not, summer it changed hands for 1,40000, I
: Kest :Sranbs of FRED GERMANYWholesale more than fifty or sixty, -anyhow. and in a month half of it, was said for it i prices Which; has a well-organised and competent sales force with: bonded l

FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT. TANGERINES Why, here in Florida a man who pre. an even thousand, making the whole, sales agents in practically every car-lot market in the United
Commission Merchant tends to be hustling and bave a good $$$2,000.00 That is only a sample of the f I i\ States and Canada;
VEGETABLES. Columbia S. C. is small who Whose agents! are selected for their ability, honesty and experience
ORANGES AND thing of it at all. potatoes appreciation of values all over the state i1 In Florida products; H
does not get more than $300.00 per acre, "DeLand is no( special cage. At I Whose officers have the ability and experience in Florida necessary H
.4 .eWFI .LAHi .1..1.. *** and five hundred l is nearer the notch. I Tampa, a piece of land 125 feet by 2J5 to enable them to properly distribute its shipments and secure
could tell ten pages with figures like feet Bold for 43.600,00. If yon could see il top market prices; I
WA.3ST11yOTTIR- SHIP: ENTS WOULD YOUlike these, but will not weary yon. But, the rush of northerners jftprn) Texas. Which has In the past been able to return to the growers the highest I"

to hive your laundry work Father, I want you to understand that a Alabama, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, i a averages Which/ does; not( ask you to pin your faith solely on promises off
t 83 Years' Experience in Hrlllng Florida& Oranges. done In a careful manner, man can get no idea whatever, exceptan Pennsylvania and all over tbe Union, to what it will be able to do for you in the future, without being able to I
'midst clean sanitary surroundings erronenons one, about any state and tbe lettuce and tomato fields, to the potato h show a past record which will of itself justify you in selecting it as
, QERRISH BROTHERS delivered to yon tbe conditions there, until he has lived fields and to the orange groves of your sales agency;
Is Which does not ask you to tie up your fruit for a term ot years,
Mass. promptly at any time yon there awhile. Grant that, as yon must, the state, to tbe phosphate mines and but which will handle your fruit for the season knowing that ft can
52-54 Commercial Street. Boston, want it, and at a reasonable 'and 1'1take\ no dndgeon at anything the pine apple growing/ to too pecan show you results which will cause you of yourovn free will to continue I
? t 1 t ? t 'yon want to say about old Illinois I culture and the small truck growing, your arrangements with it during future seasons;
MERCHANTSEACH price you would or might! wish, that you had Which does not ask you to tie u;>your crop without knowing what
the the la grand old state and none .
Then patronize> know a wake and
COMMISSION your fortune to over again its charges will be, but which will a"ice to market your crop at a
better, all in all. Bat give FlorUa fifty were one of the enterprising hustlers 1 definite price per box which is just as low FIS the service rendered will
SHIPMENT SOLD BY US PERSONALLY: ON ITS MERITS DELAND STEAM LAUNDRY more years, and see. Remember she is hat p.7J reaping! some of the !good permit.The. H
Commission Merchants of United State PHONE 84 In her Infancy; Illinois is about at topnotch things "' life here And add to( that a organUatlon:wblcb can answer.these requirements is -
of
Members of National League climate that is clear sunshine live or nix .
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Htferti.ee. : Volutl/ County Record; Fourth National Bank. Boston. Write us lor a .. agriculturally or Bearing that lays oil of seven, for over two thirds
L point; Florida has just begun, and her of the yea, and yon can imagine bow CHASE & COMPANYMain
Initial stage warrants most optimistic Florida takes such a hold on her devoted I
ESTABLISHED 1879 The Weatherfor I inhabitants Yon see, father, I
convictions regarding her future. She know Illinois from having spent over 20 I Office: Seaboard Building. JACKSONVILLE.
the week ending Dec. Hi: baa it tore I don't want you to move years of my life there; I know Florida FlA'Ji

W. W. BENJAMINCOMMISSION TEMPERATURE.SMTWTFS. out of Illinois nnless you wish of your from dwelling In her borders for half S\ A. R. BOCUE ACT., Box 840
free will and volition; anything I bat time; I may bo granted author'try -
... .. ...77 75 63 70 68 60 65 own to speak Ipse dixit. Till you come down : :::
MERCHANT Low .. .....81 63 88 28 431\ 49 said was not said with a view of make here and see for yourself, father, j just
Rain fall, .33 I ing yon dissatisfied with your abiding remember that your ideas of the state
Richmond street I ICooperative I place, nut at all. Bat, if I had to earn are about as hazy as the canal schoolray's
WEUSTER,
O. B.
32 of tbe state, who
Mercantile Street BOSTON -------- Observer my living north or south, on aetrl- geography .
the south,
knows that the Keys are on
and that St Augustine la the oldest '
Granoes) a $pecia1t\1\ city in tbe U. 8.1
jfloriba
THE McCORMICK LUMBER COMPANY I a WAWASHERMANUPACTURHD

tirStencis! fnrnlshed:' crreepondence; soliCited. rf 1t How Farmers. Can Operate Two

-- ia now prepared to deliver rough or dressed lumber in Farms. i BY :II

j.tft9Fe any quantity. Kiln-Dried Furnishing Stuff, Cypress Some of tbe home ellksrs from the far
- ......WP_..MIl ..- r northwest who recently visited Florida I
iiiMiiiS _.. Turned Work-almost any-
t1. Shingles, Lath, Moulding, were greatly impressed with the story I ALVIN TAPLIN MANATEE, FLA.
Grapefruit thing in the line of building material. published In the New York Son and re
FiP Oranges timber which has not been turpen produced in Th Record and several ,
Pine cut from boxer ,depending the
other Florida newspapers in regard to a Capacity of Hand Power Machlnajv about ISO per day oa
tined. woman from New York state who( cultivated I man at the crank. claim the maohina compllaa with every demand of the fruit
. and Vegetables Special order run out and delivered promptly. a farm in that state In the sum I STowar.both aa to almpllcltar. chaapnaaa and affiolaney. Its oparatlon almpla, yet
: Pineapples mer and then coiu a to Florida in the I thorough the fruit balna tmmaraad In a cylindrical_ptacle. I. kapt Inoloaad In a
Lumber Co. 55221MPI.AM'T winter, where she raises two or three oft mat ....pend... on aplral aprlnoa. which can ba adjuatad to fruit of any also' ,
: BROTHERS McCormick crops of vegetables on her Florida farm, from the amallaat tancarlna to the.larvaat stood. pomolo.. i Just above la a raroMna;.
MARKS returning north in time to resume her I dram, sloe.....red with soft mat. By turning the dram the movement aamna tha
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.TO. summer farming. fruit to revolve,and thus la virtually elaanad acalnat the two soft mata,alwayiopaa ..J + jon
CONN. I In the nortbwent by the beginning of one side formalnatianoneh.Improved....bar. The fruit la fad In at ona and -
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Church Street HARTFORD. 1 I November tbe farmer o! that region Is! I and In revolving a simple davlaa kaapa th.fruit working" toward thaotharand.whore ,
37-39. II through with all of his ordinary farm itdl.aharg.e.t feat. It la fad,thua avoiding. ovarloadlna'orerowdlna the frail d..... 1I ,
-- PECAN TREES abors.. Be then begins to prepare for In Its re.lutlo.The maohina,..I linpromd,may be run by hand or ataam powar.
the long, cold winter that hr knows I .. thara la no atoppijiff to teed or discharge the fI'IIl'It not only ooraplataly ramovaatba
i from experience will soon) be upon h< Pretty soon the snow comes, and then eollaaton tha fruit. And claim, this to ba tha only maohina.. tha markat that doaa M1
,--- I For Shade and Profit. for' four or five months nothing whatever I this aatlafaotorUy without Injury to the fruit Tha ..u.._, I* ao nloaly. are'
Coen.MI,2ISeION II can be done on the farm. ranged. that hanaon see ba ran therein without breaking-the...u.."The bnpravamachlna ''
'I' Also Grapefruit and Oranges(: and Now it that men owned a ten acre la an unproratnant upon the maahlnaa. which hara been la naa foramral ,"
I We can furnish them. farm In Florida and came down here in I yaara by a nambarof axparlanead packed In this I YIcInIt).aoraral of whom ban'nil'ntaarad I ,
a general line,of Peaches, ,Plume Pears, Japan Persimmons the first part of November( to begin netting to fnrnlak oa taatbnonlala of their great oxoallanoa and afflctaney.' ThaaawUI 0:4t
Mulberries.and Shade Trees, Ornamental the ground ready, ha would find ,t tImonIa b wet upon raqnaat to.... m.nuf eterer. ---
: : Grapes, Fig, that he could raise at least two and perhaps tr '.
._t. New York Shrubbery:! end field-grown Rose Bushes. three rope before ll would be PRI'CB-_ ";

i.. 264 w..qt TANGERINES Write for descriptive catalogue. naceeaary look after his for one him crop to farm.return home to ENGINE, AND WASHER c.i.u,.. 4,,.r.w.rk $2-t. tfMMktHMHH r '

FLORIDA ORANGES; GttBffiW AND 1 Then think bow much more"pleasantand WASHERS ; 4aiHAND' t
I' EXTRA. POWKR.
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/ TURKEY CREEK! NURSERY' healthy Is to be able to work oat .
>> and L.agae- of Con,! of door daring the winter' months than POWER r -* .98' ."a; '
r.MelDben 01 Trent & Produce AlI8OOlalol1 &10 keep abut nt within doors and spending -I I, .. rf.
Box ::3o..MacdeODY', Fla.. 'ft! t
, t Grower. who" a great amount for fuel and for
,. l .B.mrlCBENCES-Meroantile DlluloD Mrrohante AleadeS and V 0 la la County I provender for slock.Industrial Record. ._--------NM mmmtmmKJJ ;'
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( N J 'COUNTY RECORD.I Roosevelt! is coming\ home with I| MOORISH SOLDIERS.Their PETITION FOR CHANGE

six thousand skins of unimals : )

o and numerous human skulls. Method. In Battle and Their. Reeve, JHowarb & o.l !
.. I. PRCVATT Editor and Proprietor. i j System of Signal.
I At fighting on horseback the Moors IN DEPOT LOCATION. llert to Aovlnfl picture beater
all
May Record readers have i ,
Bntmd the precise of Dctand.Flm,,u I are adepts and extremely mobile. But I It I _
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Mond-olaM mall matter. the merriest Christmas) and the t they are Incorrigibly lazy and seldom .nL..w.

e .. happiest New Year in all their ladulgo In night attack. Wbuo they \
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attack in force the boraeiupu uuually r : STATIONERY POSTCARDS
lives and the 1010 ,
LOCATION .FOR THE NEW DEPOT. may year Unanimous Among
1 give a lift to the fool soldier who accompany Sentiment Practically
i H : The depot location fight among bring to each prosperity and them or allow. them to run I SOUVENIR SPOONS ORANGEWOOD NOVELTIES

many blessings. In your giving;: alongside and bold on to a utlirup Iron.
the DeLand people is now on, tomorrow remember the poor Tbe mounted men then make a charge the Patrons of the Road. ....

and much interest is being taken 1 wheel round and retire and uiuke way
land needy to !bring happi
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i for the footmen wbo crawl along the .
in the matter. At a meeting of i I ness to! some unfortunate. Such: ground, almost Invisible and wbo rise See Our ALLIGATOR/ BAGS Before Going Elsewhere'

the Business League Monday+remembrances! briny joy and to tbe attack If they come within strlkIng r..nn..nn..nti
distance of the enemy. As a rule Railroad W. H. Pooser.
'' To the Altantic Coast Line
to the human soul.
; night a resolution was passed happiness lure detached D.
the Alffians prefer to : Theo Culp.
Company
favoring the present location parties Into an ambush or deUle and GENTLEMEN: Sewell P. Hays, Prop of "The Oaks." EASTMAN KODAK AGENCYEATh..11IE J

s, ,, 4 i This precipited the fight; now on W. J. Bryan lectured at Jacksonville I thus mounted Inflict men heavy seldom loss dismount upon them.to Xh Ore, Land We,, desire the undersigned to urge upon citizens your of com-De- Geo.Dr. J.E.M Atkroyd Fawcett,,Contractor Oculist and Aurlst. L .

for a different location, somewhere last night at the Duv&l and their Bring, being from the snt pany the desirability of a change of location S. W. Hickox, Property Owner.H. .

for the new depot building at this J. Bird, Property Owner. ____________
r in the western edge of theatre under the auspices of I die. .Is very Inaccurate. Should the ad- place which we feel confident will soon W. N. Brown, Property Owner.V. =

town, a location a number of the Woman's Olub. His subjectwas vance of the white troops be slow or replace the one recently destroyed by G. Hays. -
hesitating the Moors effect a bold fire. To reach the old site it has been A. H. }Hutchinson Real Estate Agent D
C. ;; citizens have advocated for "The Value of an Ideal. combination bHwecu borociueu and necessary to cross some of the principal R. L. Lockard. Real Estate Agent.T. .

several years. Petitions have' footmen nud generally succeed la In- streets of our city, and our great improvement C. Kremer, City\ Marshall.E. .
The of dieting heavy losses on their enemy. and rapid growth in the past D. McLeod City Clerk. STOPS YOUR SALARY
.p;: been circulated and University Copenhagen
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largely
amount of H. Sheddan, Blacksmith.
&t The prime tactics of tbe Moors\ are to few years has caused an J.
.signed by business and professional to which Dr. Frederick A. Cook delay the advance of an enemy as traffic on these streets which has rendered C. A. Wood, Painter. Salaried men should insure, for their .n"lnrln,, OPHHH at death. Bn"\lnea.,
I should Insure, for thx.r brain
Grower. Vrofeattonal workingmen or their
it hazardous to run trains over W. H. Mann, Orange moscles
L? men as well as tax payer submitted his evidence of having much UH possible by mounted ride lire them: and this we believe will be a con Geo. A. Davis, M. D. are their capital an well ,an their Income. Death stops' them rmth r"k8oot

and citizens generally asking the discovered the north pole, has until they can discern Its extent and tinually increasing hazard, even under A. C. Haynes. Orange Pkg. House a policy in the EQUITABLE LIFE and death cannot stop that income or
direction and subsequently to try "nveloplug the railroad facilities. We all U. M. Bennett. steal your capital
present
evidence
r ..-t railroad company to not rebuild reported that the alleged the advauclug force. The earnestly hope, however, that in the Wm. Klapp. : Have you seen the NEW YORK STATE STANDARD POLICY written by
at the present site, but instead Cook submitted was val. tribes also Indulge In sniping\ but Dot near future it may appeal to your com- ). E. Alexander, Atty. at Law. '

M yt select location ulan from a scientific stand to a very great extent and they also pany as a fair business proposition to Specs N. Prather. THE
; { a on the western Pres. McC. L. Co.
tight Individually. They do not neglect : run your main line into our city in T Will McCormick
r wp edge; of town, in the vicinity i point, and that institution declared opportunities for stratagem and can which event, of course, the old site will W. S. Taylor, Dentist.B .
r' I that the has be especially undesirable for railroad F. Beelar, Beelar's School.E. Equitable :!Life :assurance Society
probably, of the Haynes packing! explorer effect some very clever ruses. They buildings as compared with a location W Wood, Contractor.Dr. .
I F house. As the trains now enter failed to establish his claim. Of are also guilty of abusing too services further west, which will not only reduce I. F. Baerecke, Prof. University. j
of tbe white flag In action. construction also avoid the hazardof A. G. Hamlin, .
but Lawyer.R.
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"he laffs. jyirs. E. P. Welborne DelaBd.5pecl.1
( k the town they cross Clara and< course Peary, jess The Moorish Intelligence system Is running trains across our principal P. Hamlin, Lawyer Aj.nt

.I l. Rich Aves. and the Boulevard, an excellent one and the tribes are streets. We believe that in making C. S. Farriss V.-Pres. Stetson Univ.A. Florida
seldom without Information regarding this we are voicing the wishesof H. Steagall, retired.
request
1I You'd of
and the travel i ill such at these scarce expect one my ----
the movements of an enemy. They a large majority of the citizens of our C. H. Campbell, Jr, Merchant.
crossings, especially at the age in merchandising to engage have also an excellent system of slgnalloff city, and therefore earnestly request that Edwin C. Brad Property Owner. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxI.

Boulevard crossing, that the continuing and hope to get a paying trade at night by means of small fires in the erection of such new buildings as Mrs. E. C. Brady, Property.Owner
your company may have in mind, the E. H. Hayward, Insurance.F.
o' the present service i is without the local paper's aid. dotted nbout the bills and ravines. location may be changed from the old W. Koester Grocer A. Erickson R. C. Bushnell
wlilb fire obscured and revealed In site to further west. W. C. Bennett Student at Law.
some point
'r; ',absolutely hazardous and danger. And yet I did that very thing; I accordance with an Ingenious code of B. E. Prevatt, Publisher I 1'. E. Eccles, Tinner J. A. ERICKSON & CO.

":;; :ono to human life. A number opened up a store last spring- signals known to themselves.' -Cblcngo Egford Bly, Attorney. L. M. Bennett, Student at Law.

News. G. Prentice Carson, Prof. I. B. S. U. R. E. Austin, Retired. .. .. .
of narrow have been thin month the sheriff took my -----Mrf--- .... .. .-.-
escapes reported (Rev) Wm. J. Harkness, rat M. E. C. E. G. Baldwin. Prof. Stetson Univ.
? f at this crossing;, and the stock and sold it at the auction INSPIRATION. Grant Bly, Lawyer. M. M. Bond. The E. W Bond Co. We Wish to CallYour
DREAM
H. A. Boley Jeweler.ohn Geo. Boynton, Contractor.
block. Don't view with
me a
1 danger at these crossings is the
Lofberg, Contractor. W. C. Goede, Contractor.S. .
greatest reason for the petition scornful eye, but simply say as ]I Intellectual Achievements Born of C. Bushnell, Merchant. J. Marshall, Carpenter.S. Attention to Our Line of

Ix ''r of the large number of citizens pass by., "there__n_ goes a._ _fool on who.. ___ Via ion. In Sleep. T. A. Enckson. Merchant. H. Bennett.C. .
1. Whitcomb
It Is well known nays H. Addlngton W. Well Driller. H. Ferran, Pastor rat Presbyterian.
; : to the railroad company asking seems to think he had no use forprinter's Bruce In 8111'1'es"IlIgazlue.!\ that I. Frank Alldis, Merchant. J. H. Tatum, Pres. First National. Knabe Fisher Matheushek
ink." There' is truthas Kobt. Perkinson, Publisher.J. 1!;. R. Drake.B. ,
for a change! of location. The a dreams have stimulated men to remarkable E. Bigelow(!: Merchant B. Futrell.

Jg r N '< contemplated new location would broad as earth, and business Intellectual achievements Irvin Willatowski Sign Painter.A. T. W. Fudger.
i" I L. L. Suhrie, Prof. Stetson Univ. 1. F. McCorkle. and other popular makes of Pianos
not be more than two or three mon should( know its worth ; 'tis and have even xupplled the materialfor
J. Lee McCrory, County Judge. F. G. Brill. .
blocks further from the business simply this, the public buys its I these achievements."Kublnl Khun"Thus Cole-In a 1>. A. Bizzell Clerk. J. F. Allen Furn. Co. Now on display in |
ridge composed Hugh R. Hunter Clerk.W. 1!;. B. Mott.
from those who
as y center of the town than the goods; a.dvertise.1 dream. Tartlul got bis "Devil's So C. Watts. Merchant. Wm M. Fields, Jr., Tax Payer: Our Ware-rooms

present location ill, At the pro- -Tallahassee True nata" from a dream In which tbe devil C. B. Rosa, Bursar Stetson Univ.J. W. E. Sullivan,.Cashier ist Nat Bank.C. .
appeared and challenged him to a musical M. Stith, Merchant.Rev. B. .
w : ''posed new location the company competition. It was a dream that ( .) Robert J. Carson, Clerg M.EC R. A. Wilson, Real Estate.V. They represent true value for your money.

; 1, I owns five acres of laud. which An editor who publishes a pa. gave Voltaire the first canto of his Dr. J. W Roseborough, Pres Pastor.A. W. Gould.W. We sell them on EASY payments if desired.
If. .
Woodall Merchant.S.
would give ample facilities for per in a county from which the Henrlnde.." and Dante's "Dlvlna Commedlo" E. :Newton; ,,Druggist. J. .W.Y.Coleman.C. Mickle. ....n____n___________,.. ___.. ___n_'__n______u_____.. ...__._, _._ n__
Is likewise said to have been
;r depot, ware houses and sidings majority of the people have I'. W. Price, Merchant E. Taylor.

.t for switchings which can not be driven the licensed saloon and Inspired Many novelists by a dream.on their own ndmls- Thos.Berlin N.H.Page Wright, Tax, Tax Payer Payer.; J.Chas.D. Sprake.Morrison, Merchant NEW HOME/ SEWINO MACHINES

..ti!u had at the present site. If De. inserts whiskey advertisements 8100 hove obtained tbe plots for some C. P. Field Field's Garage. A. L. Marsh. _

I ..e1'pp Land continues to. it has herein, is doing more to corruptthe ot their best works from materials Geo. B. Price, Tax Payer. D. J. Miller.M. The World's Best.PHMCGRAPHS.

grow as provided In dreams. A particularly I. R. Turner Ex-Sheriff. H. Taratus. _____.____________________h h__ __________u____a._n________.__________.
,, the past few year, giving in- ; morals of the people of that mpresslve, Instance Is that of Robert George T. Haynes, Merchant.Z. McCormick .

s ,,1K creased business for the road, county than a score of blind.Louis Stevenson whose, "Chapter tboMains" onreams" J.. T.Wm.Bielby Gardner, Property, Tax Payer.Owner.! H. B. Stallings.Lumber Co. EDISON { } VICTOR
In his book "Across
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larger ware houses and side tigers. And we know of such an :r. E. Reeve, Merchant. DeLand F.
oe more should be read by nil who Steam Laundry, By Cory ".------w--__u.._._.___---- -- ----.--
G.
4 tracts will be a necessity and this editor who holds up this class of would learn what dreams can do for a Klicker Howard Bros., Merchant, Tailors. F.Leonardy M. :Nash: Bros. Largest Stock -i-- *N

i'' (#I the company can get on the five people to public condemnation. man intellectually. The solution of Roy Perkins. B. E. Brown.J. .

acres owned. Blind tigers are generally baffling mathematical problems the I. T. Blane, Tax Payer. O. Gentry.
operated dens necessary to complete some Invention J. S. May Contractor. R. F. Lutz Tax Payer. HARNESSIn

by an element noted for have been supplied by dreams. Adam Karr, Tax Payer.B. J. S Richardson, Printer. the County.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXX.
From a careful examination of their ignorance and their law. Occasionally the dreamer has been J, Eccles, & Co., Druggists. B. F. Chapman, Real Estate.
t
c; ., the petition for removal, which known to rise In his sleep and Jot W. C. Cannons, Contractor. Francis Wootten, Real Estate.
lessness. A whiskey advertising W C. Jackson, Tax Payer.E. John Cairns, Jr. i :
tE, r ? is published elsewhere, there can in down the Information thus acquired. T. Gross, Tax Payer. R. D. McDonald, Hardware & Plumb. )
t/ lL be no doubt about the newspaper a dry county may In such cases be usually forgets all H. Culbrett, Tax: Payer.A Andrew E. Gleason, Property Owner
'entiment not be able! to be reached by any about the helpful dream and on awak- M. Bradshaw. Tax Payer Oscar H. Davis, Gents Furnisher ------ -
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of the DeLand people in this legal process, but it is more log Is greatly surprised at finding tbe W, A. Steed, Tax Payer.V M. Davis Dry Goods Merchant.S ID***'************************************..* .* *()
F e. matter. With about half dozen record he bas made of It. which shows M. Fountain, Merchant.C. N. Misleh, Merchant
openly defying the moral law bat-as with the visions so potently P. Garrison. W. H. Geissinger, Retired.B. :=
exceptions every business house and the intent of the civil code influencing health-It Is possible for S. Z. Douglas. M. Miller. I i MY FALL y::
t
., Otis N. Reichardt. Property Owner. Merchants.
the
on Boulevard has petitioned dreams to aid a wan In an Intellectual W. A. Allen & Co. .
than the poor ignorant: negroes fL. Nuckols, Fruit rower, C.: T. Kruse Bicycle Dealer. :=
bill
for without being consciously
1 removal of the depot to some who have recently !been way Botts, Instruct J. B. S. Univ. Chris. O. Codrington, Ed. DeL. News. '" ...
of them.
iF, point on the western edge of appre- aware Lee Moms, Contractor. J. W. Smock. = AND WINTER! STOCK ::
...
; lended. When this editor con.demns ---- John MacDiarmid, M. D. C., F. Spaulding.E. f y.
town, and it required no solicitation S. W. Walts, Tax: Payer.H. F. Ford.
the Could
blind tiger he is conpicuously Sales by the Agency.The ::
for them to sign M. Getty, Tax: Payer. Edward J. Daniell.
inconsistent.-Talla- Gould-Wootten Co. report tbe Roy G Harper, Editor & proprietor CM
J. H. Davis.
While a Business League reso- assee True Democrat. following Hales this week: L. B and I DeLand Supplement Geo. E. Spear.T. i JOF HARDWARE FURNITURE", GLASSWARE CROCKERY, ETC.
.
lution H Hord to Edw. Richardson! lot on G. L. Hord, Merchant. H. Hord.
t g; was passed favoring the During a month last winter east. Wisconsin Av in Pine Heights W E Adams, Tax: Payer. W. H. Mowers.N. W
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present location, the meeting at addition: C. S Gailbraitb to J"mee\l. Aug. Pflueger, Barber. F. Parker. ..
which said the Record turned down whiskey Addle, five acre orange grove near Charles A. Reeve Photographer, Ellen S. Carlile. It CW
resolution was passed B..re8ford.Jpear and Wood to Mary P. is complete and the best made, and at very small :=
; H. Wilmshurst
J. ,
adJ. Orange Grower.
to Mrs. V. A.
amounting Hiller.
q nearly $;))0. It
;' was voted slimbly for the resolution attended or who will insert no -ads. of the rum- vend Dater. near, orrf cityRemember.:e. grove( on north Boule- J Mrs.. E.C.Coen.L. Eyles Property, Property Owner.Owner. Mrs.Mary.Robert A. Cleaveland.Patton. margin' prices. I invite you to call and examine the y

y j judging seller. ., .--- John A. Bradley,Justice of the Peace. Mrs. Wm. W. Cleaveland. =*: most complete stock of the kind ever carried in De- ::
m from report made by President H. G. Lawrence, Prof in J. B. S. Univ Sarah F. Purdon.W. .
--- -- the oyster wagon, with M Land. See the makes for this :=
V. W. Gould, who presided at those: tine cultivated bivalves from thei'arnbnll H. P. Stewart, Druggist. M. Powell.E. new season. ,
said Cabinet photo, tbe latest styles and 1 Bay beds, Is at DeLand every R. A. Rasco, Prof. Law 3. B. S. Univ. L. Waterman. ; :WT W
meeting. lie reports that finish, at Reeve's Stndlo Tuesday and Leave Alfred Howard, City Treasurer. W. M. Rodenhouse.T. .
Friday. ordure
from a careful examination of at Blane's or Halaey's. your T. E. Arnold, Agt. T. Cairns. =*: We also carry :y:
Wilson & Tooiner'n Ideal Fertilizers Lincoln Hulley, Pres. Stetson Univ. C. E. Johnson. .
the petition he /finds that it con- for big crops See J. I.. Nnckofr at. tf E. L. Miclde, Clerk Volusia Co. Bank. C. E. Turnquist., T Sash Doors Blinds Glass Paint Varnish
W W'm
: tame the names of three fourthsof Photos on poet cards can be bad at J. M. FAWCETT, M. D. W.R. H.H. Boyd Stewart Teller Chaplain Volusia U.Co.S. N Bank., Phil E. B.W.Pooser Burnett Jr.,, Tax Payer. , ::
Owner.
the members of said League. easonahla rates at Reeve's. Stndio. Practice Limited to tbe E. Woodward, Tax: Payer. W A. Finney, Tax Property Payer. and building material in stock. Plumbing material :y:

If the railroad company act in Cannons stables will receive j.Eli:: W. Smith. Tax: Payer. J. J, Banta, Property Owner. 'e and fixtures on hand a first-class plumber to do .
a car of EYE, EAP, NOSE AND THROAT. Pierce Tax: Payer Geo. E. Davis Property Owner your y::
accordance with the wish of a lorsen and males every week for the B. S }fig inbotham, Property Owner. Thos. L. Dean, Property Owner. =: plumbing, and all work guaranteed. W

very large: per cent of the bus!. n"it six weeks This. stock Is all for Hours: 10 to V except Sunday. C.Rev.M.U.Bielby S. Tabor, Photographer Grace Methodist, DeLand.Ch J.B.l.H. Rowe. Tel Co. '",, We Ww ..
Hodges, Fruit Grower. '
ale and
anyone wishing a good horse Telephone 177 W'e ..
ness interests Thos. L.
of the city and almost Ames O. R. Mount, Gasoline Light Dis. ..
or male now has tbe opportunity of ob- D. B. Hargreaves,, Asst. Postmaster S. B. WW..
Merryman,
the unanimous Fruit Grower.
,. sentimentof aialng earns tf 3i7 Minnesota Ave.,DeLand Fla. I E. B Richardson PlumVr. .
R M.
Bond Tax
Payer, Bond S S. Co
the citizens, a change in the I H. W. Klicker, Jr. of Flicker' Bros. Rev. D. Stewart, Christian Pastor. i 5W. C. WATTS

location of ,the depot is a fore. A.Sam S.Gordon Munson, ,Garage.R. Physicicn.. G.P. W.Akos Morse, Restaurant., Fruit Grower 5 5S .

gone conclusion. L. :Nutt; Tax Payer. T, T. Haviland, Merchant. 65 N. Boulevard, DeLand, Fla.iFEEFFEFFFEEEFEFFFFFEEEFEEFFEEEEFEFFEFEEFFFFFFlO. ::
Lawrence T. Dade, Property Owner. :N.: S. Lindstrom, Property Owner. W
A SUGGESTION W. R. Stephens, Physician.G. J. W. Wideman, Insurance ()
More than .a thousand dele- W. Lancaster, M, D. DeLand Telephone Co.
T. L. Os.ctn, Postal Clerk. F. W. Smith -.--- .
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Grower. -
gates Orange
are expected at the ,
meet- J. W. Phillips Prof. Mus.J. B. S. U. H. D. Bracey, Dentist.* ,
ing of the Florida State Edu U, M. Brokiw, PoultrymanC. Andrew Ziegler, Fruit Grower.
cational Association Perhaps you have neglected purchasingsome A. Owens, Pastor ist Baptist Ch. George Ziegler, Fruit Grower
at DeLand .
of your presents till the last day. Wm:II. Halsey. Merchant, Moms Ziegler, Fruit Grower: wow .
"the Athens of Florida," which I. T. Dunbar. A, O. Botts. County Supt of Inst.
We have the Litchfipld Colton. Prof. Stetson Univ. L. C. Leonardy.
meeting begins next Tuesday V. II. Voorhis, (Dentist). Geo. W. Crouch "

:;, and lasts four days. DeLand has FINEST CIII'IS:MAS BOX CANDIES IN'THE CITYA Isaac A. Stewart. Atty, at Law andor M. J. Bennett, Tax: Payer.
nge grow r. F. D.
been Kennedy,
making strenuous efforts tobe W. D, Haynes, Grocer E. E. PhillipsF.

ready to "do herself proud" Choice Assortment of Miss Undle/s 'Hand.Painted 0. E. Blanc, Grocer. W. Rehbehn
W. N. Clark-. .
,when the association T. Hays, Oaks.
"meets and Work Left. 1. J. TillK.Tax Payer. ,
Myron J Harrington Tax Payer.
all who attend ,will doubtless Math. Ziegler Orange Grower. L. Willatowskl
R. D:Marttn, Orange Grower. W. H. Wood.C. .
\ "have the time of their lives." CHRISTMAS CIGARS-We Carry the Following Pop C, J. Crenshaw, Capitalist. E. Johnson I If!

A. one of the great; educational L. B,Hord, Property Owner, C. E. Turnquist
ular Brands: e, H.
Baguley. Mrs. S. H.
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; centers of the state DeLand Happersett;
is R. R.Abbott.Mary Mary E. Gould, '
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evidently glad to do bor' utmost HUMBOLT' HAVATAMPA C. H. S. 0 U NO E. WflUamson, Tax Payer,. P.' R. Bouchelle, Property Owner

y for the comfort and 'pleasure off TOM KEENE EL PRINCIPE' MANUEL LOPEZ J.B.!: F L., Williamson.Smith, Sheriff -Thos H. C., S.Baker Bouchelle, Property Tax Owner.ayer, I

her teacher guesti. Principal I 'CORTEZ C. ( W. LA PREFERENCE D.,L. Wickham.r. SUCCESSFUL TOOLS'

,Hathaway of the Duval
high -- Thaw
.
chiwls
school, is president of the association ," '" '" " ,." " " " " ," " know tools SSS&sSSSSiiSs: ,. tho8e s_whoo!

Miss Hattie Carpenter B.: J. ECCLES & CO.DRUGGISTS uAT, THE SIGN OF THE 'BIG F TemP'A417! 8DI1 .
i AWGATOfl" I -"' e fs toct J whit*hickory with lJuu bS &
principal of. the
II l .Miami high .
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school and editor of the School ,. :

P 'n'L Exponent'I( la vice president, ,andt. ... THE FINEST SOUVENIR.. JEWELRY EVER' SHOWN = N 'KR

.." Edward OonradJ.prelident. : THE: :" M'A I ICET', ILEONARDY I > I

U the"':Flprida"State College for i Florida View Post-Cards' :.; ,:.: Hundfeds of Subjects/ :QUALITY TOOLS .. ,
; BROS., PBOMW. l ...-....-..that hay. o*tbef.. .;
ienf JUha'rman'' of the' :ex- f i E--- never ar ......... b atfsarj&fi-'iIYo ,
Choice 1Vorthern and Florida Beef Mutton Pork 2 .. :'1a iaolmN-.wy CIaI. 81 dry i
Ba. Am t'eeket..l..e .
Dn.I, .
dommitte ,
vs' whlcheom.Ji'compoHd acr.wdtw, J'I.
of a number- Sausage;,Hams.and Bacon., Fish.. Always.the best 1 H\AVI I LAND'S(, :CURIO I >:;R..a' iaae 1.-010., ........aad__.p flair. ...ltnof aed.r this VarmandaaM. seek. ....aoao.. 'a ea. _4_ ,.... 1

.' 'leading! :educators.! _-:- in the market. Prompt and polite. attention. Your. .[ :74 Boulevard ,s *. DeLand' 'Th.ZsNUefa011''.Q-un. *"___Iu. ._-" ... IIM/t/fMf/fltTe ,e AI.

Br: ''zwd. : i patronage solicited Forsaieby ;

." -, :., io, '" .,_.,flfl.e. ..." ,-" ._..,.., ,..._,.,.,,,,,_.,...,,,,,,.,." _." WATTS, ,&. MILLER.. ,:

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The Passing ol Uncle Joe. went, was In town !last .
I Friday and de
I John B. Stetson Unless all signs fall, Honorable} Jog.I livered lecture to a number of orange
University eph G. Cannon
will not be '
a candidate growers at tbe opera house on tin eal(
1
r II for election district. to congress from the Ulinois jest of properly handling citrus for the I TAKE A RIDE WITH 'CHAPMAN'

A Uonseqneatly the position fruit market. He stated that the agricultural -

SCHOOL FOR_ ALL DHNOMINATIONS.6reukllUerrm of speaker will be occupied by some de 'artuit _
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,. body else, In all probability a democrat. state whose special duty was to study

A Washington special to the New the methods "i/f handling and
marketingcitrus
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1 1E I AID, Cult nFrenoha,.' pauteh: ',' MnUwrnaui! .,LRngu"e. Co.trv, alld, I'hy..oo Ulerature.l.atlo JlllICb..nl. of York World says that at the beginning frnlt no the fruit would satin- He has Inside Prices! on all Salable' Property in the' City

PbyslcII'' 'ire. etotluilo lW7Nletwnitdopted J'UOIIO>U tigtIliroIi: elite tbe next congress Speaker Cannon factory carry. They find tbat goood ,
the : loroadmleslon
two were and ftlilate"graduation i. that we"11 bohl by the Uolvvrelty SILII1I> ur Ibloago; and the- tbe will be 78 years old. He is weary of''I carrying quality of frnlt depends largely

OOLLEUH: OF 1.WAlwu speaker hlp and bis ambition has upon good handling. An orange with a
elled 111 the tall ot JIJO.'I strong lhle IJol"1I' will .l Ire fllrlber nlrrngtI' has been gratified. A friend who Sound unbroken skin
IlIur..1olI'. Ibo standsvery < keeps mifflulently
two yell I'.' aod ll'uuhlllg furua and and by oferhig Elegantly Furnished 11-room: House about 3 blocks from the
a
f/NTECIINOIOQyi / _Ol' y1pYKleotrlcal near to him says tbat the speaker long for all practical market purposes. ,

I foal ICOLLEGJC ", uOllr... h nrlillllio ,; :&Ioobaolcal, nd Chom- is tired of the attacks that are being The greatest injury is found to come Post-Office. Modern improvements; location ideal ; suitable, for, J

UOLLlClilt: FOIt TBAIJJUltS-A.: : made on him; that be is displeased with from the clipper, and Friday Mr. Tenooy -

grades degree;01.. 1'o0rmHI the 1"b1l0 tI<''bool.0h'IOI for' ,.'I".l
eighth "ralloR; KIII.Io'rgllrlell Tr.llnlnll e"eo/al lIolt"ol IImjJb": "III ie .hullll put on the seventh and him constantly, and that be I. sick of by going through a field box of wbat'. '

ration'J'U H for: AUA oolle""EM l'-Il..titil";.. "', Latin tiClelllllla Yepnratu and Sol"ullllo bullrllllg I>o rsoslu prep. being made the butt of all of the critl was supposed to be carefully clipped Five Choice Building Lots on North Boulevard .at $200 each. .
SI"
have gone to U"rv"rd YAIn! on, Prhu'etun 18 e."eclnlly 8r..nlC! In title work. Its 8'ullenl" clew of the republican party. He de. oranges and showing cllppar injury on I
HUtoIl\i!\ 1::1:1 1 I r'uruuil Mlobliau and Chioego; chores that "Uncle ten Two-Story Residence 2 blocks from Post Office" sale
Joe"
beet metbuds> : < VUI.L.:( -llankloll': III .111wIren'buY; dunkkeuping; by the will! not quit per cent of the frnit. 'Quick

Iartmollt..; I..rll"; dbortb.llInd IIl1rl (JImmorllou.l'y".wrlthllCi eleotho ouutsea "I'OU In otherde. the speakership during thin congress, These government experts stand I' for $1,700.t

-- MamiaVVrai'iiinffMKtJ"ANK II :: )) A!KM: -Wood unlhloug... ..'rklnif, Iron Working, and but will endeavor! to show the country ready to get in touch with just as many _
that the attack on the organization of packing bonnes as want better methods

. W.'or.rol"r SUUuoi: ""vS" ARfll-lrawlllgln: Charcoal and lokl; Pointing ln Oil, tbe house Is Idle and tbat the honseorganization In picking, hauling and packing fruit. Lot on North Clara Avenue ; high elevation; fine home place.!::
. ; new eau0o. aOllllo' u.tata. 1II'"I., :Y, .ta
l CUOlI. I'M' 1 till' "P'l'001"' '.. ,115 t 11 i'inoa; -"-pnr-t4 building is the republican organi I In addition to this they have several Price $200.

larva,Faro;" .I I'. .;. innnii' ,, ,. ''''''h "1"1 mfr d. '. tl.'"'.Io'II..rnt"rl.... ; zation. When! "vindicated" be will be technical problems they are working/

frolU shell m.e.rd's' d I Udexgo I "."I II! .'nard."P."fo..or" ..'nl(' ,Ilnnbmp. .Tnrontn.. Wnke degree.For_ perfectly willing to retire. out for the benettt of the fruit growers Corner Lot on East New York Avenue ; city water; 'paved

'. eat". .Loutavd. e. It,'rud 11111. Utrre'h 9uokuel'' I1nlv""v IIf 1I11.llCo'. I'.. Speaker Cannon bas served eighteen of Florida the most Important of wbiobIs ,
$trxanaaa- In. 1\I.u.'oil lhuu. .l 1,and 8..111't ''''''' and other. In".llon". There "e nearly11'0000 terms la congress, being defeated only l studying the different methods of street. For 150.
eq I lmentt; twit .J! l'.OO I n de Inset; rut endowed '

lihroryot"vr1Jhklrolwa atnhN", .d.atna. '' willd', ."-.. 7 ibeeutira'.tuprlvl cal M .i. tllI,.., a yi''i
ry urn with COIIILI.. I. arp.ral0.| & ; a.1 t enclm.ed. uiU.aio' Held, running' track, tennis .
I I courts, baseball diamond ..m.llrld'oll. bc..ldi>a..wliuuilntf. n all'\ rowing and otber throughout the country. He has been 2 blocks from Post-Office. Ideal neighborhood. IF
sportHKpnurale building f'.r man and wiiium. ; ten IlIrllolallll..lltorles for IJbem18tn speaker four consecutive terms, -a record Plus Value of Advertising.
I'h)* ". D""II'rlllloll11I.r"I"Iv: and 111.linn SOLD
V } ; nuteoti large museums AT ONCE will
awl abops: eleulrlo Ilk'liU electric hell I.. gleam. bent cement walks shell rondo equalled only by Andrew Steven- Dump out a can of Royal Baking I accept $3,750.

'no"d aronne., \"'' and fiber Ktiid-'nt*' tl.ibs, ; Ktnr .Nature mn.e.; Cbrl: .lUn and. not sectarian has not been I II
leachln(. Tbe lixiatlnn la .b..aiitlful. and healtbriii. and tbe expHnsea are low. as long as that of Henry name and vou can hardly sell it
tot onlaliiguei, views r":..dun. > and iufuruiaion, address the tires dent Clay, of Kentucky, but more continuous/ at any price. I I

L1XCULS HULLEY, Ph.l, Lltt.D., L,.L.U., D. Land, Florida I It seem after all tbat the revolt The powder is just Ibo eauie. Tim I Get' on the Inside ASK CHAPMAN"
against tbs Cannon
role baa become too additional value Is the name.Mennen's .

.....- ",.- great, even for Uncle Joe. The insurgent estate was offered $1,000,000 '

repuilicaus would not accept for[ the name "Mennen'a Talcum. Pow. i i

Chairman Payne of tbe Ways and der" and the use of his picture. There ,,

44 of Means Cuuiuiittee. A great many men I" no secret in the powder. Any' good Chapman Real Estate Co.

I ,Wj2tt) a."Koutes who declare that they are Taft republi chemist can duplicate it. I I' .

: ;.:::::. ---"-- ::: ::::: ., ;::::::;::; :::::::::.::.= cans deny that tbey will ever become Without doubt, to discontinue advertising
Aldrich-Cunnou Rupnbllcans. either. of these products for une II.

MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANSP'T'N' CO. --- year would seriously Impair their trade -- l

The "Lazy" South.In value, possibly destroy it entirely. _

STEAMSHIP LINES view of The same rule governs the advertising I -
recent sensational
accentuations -
I of tbe long-mentioued slander of retail stores Floating, trade- THE BISHOP STAYED. was a current Idea that white cotton PLAYING THE STOCKS.

from the hldewalk. -will always amount stockings assumed the appearance of
JACKSONVILLE to . tbat the people of the south are lazy H. Rl k.d a Row, but Didn't Have to silk from the front by making a heavy
to something, but onlv continuous ad- H. Who Has Knowledge and H* Who
SAVANNAH BALTIMORE tbe intelligence of the country will read Leave HI* Bad. line of white chalk oa the shin bone.A .
vertiding will assure continuous business I Oamblaa on Gossip.Of .
with internet tin statements in an Interview The bishop of a southern diocese was white tie was easily made from a
. and PHILADELPHIA with tbe Birmingham corn- from people who otherwise would once muting a missionary journey strip of note paper and even a shirtfront tbe many popular delusions touching

BALTIMORE and spondentof the Manufacturers Record never Know ot your existem*.-Ex. through Arkansas and tbe Indian Territory I could be managed from highly Wall street uud Us people none Is

and on his arrival at Natchez glazed note paper. While cotton gloves more persistent or wore dangerous\ to
NORFOLK to. of Mr. Cecil Grenfell, representing the 1e I tbe outsider tbnn tbe belief! thai from
be Bald to the landlord of a hotel "I were de rlgueur In place of tile more
BOSTON and PROVIDENCE English Rothschilds wbo have made Rhubarb a Coming Crop. have been traveling for a week, day expensive kid ones. A comedian having nothing great permanent fortunes bave
large Investments' in the been nude shrewd and
south. lucky -
Mr If, as C. E. ChimbjrH, of Sc. Pdteri- and night In a wall wagon and I want no black'stockings, once blacked by speculation

PHILADELPHIA to BOSTON Grenfell says: burg claims, one aura of rhubarb, n comfortable room." his legs. After the show he asked the In. prices It Isn't true. We

"I had formed an idea that Yuu ha! In and tbe kind of
Most economical and best! way to reach Eastern and Northern! points. plenty of cotton and were a kind of will I is evident don't believe there's a vacant room In piece again?" "Yes; next week." prices only legitimate
I It
return the $1,309,
grower which seeks anticipate
Through /tickets on sale to principal pomta. Accommodation lazy go eady people. with; not much Natchez. There's a horse race, a "Oh, then 1 need not wash my legs!" speculation to -
I and Cousme u0811rp..e. ..d. For further information address euergy. This crop ba bleu a that the tootlnouie pieplant will iodine Methodist conference and a political -From "Rambllugs of an Old Mummer great economic changes. Legiti-
regulareye
rival lu mate bas Its translation
become close speculation
a o! celery
J. F. WARD, TRAVEUNH PASSENGER AOKNT to and others convention In the city, and every houseIs ," by Russell Craufurd.
opener me of the
the affections of the Florida trucker. Into prices, too. but It takes first original -
T. B. WOOLSEY, C. A., 208 W. BAY ST, } JACKSONVILLE, FLA. party who have not vUltjd. your section full up. The only thing I can give ,capital In some reasonable proportion
Mr. Chambers bad been I
H. C. AVERY AQSNT experimenting! you Is a shakedown. Then, observing Might Have Been Woraa.
before. have visited California the and.
and to expected secondly
with It on a well prepared, mellow I the bishop's tired face, he added: "Tbe "Poor b'yel"! exclaimed O'Hara con. profits
---Vv- Canada bnt the treatment of exceptional
: have never seen a.iythlug truck patch near the city named If best room In my house Is rented to a doling with Cassidy, who had been Injured .

'jfineet Coastwise Grips in tbe 1t to equal the great development that Id the merits of the Crimson Winter Rhubarb noted gambler who usually remainsout by a blast. "'Tis tough luck opportunity wltb correct Imagination.Us .

going ou in the soutb.''\Iauufttutara' originated bv Luther Burbtok: all night and seldom gets in before to bar yer hand blowed off." 1 risks at best are \pryl large. Amongour

orta"a Record the "CitllfurnU" wiz rd," his not be.?nexaggerated breakfast. If you will take the risk "Och! "Faith It might 'ave bin. Wall street acquaintances" are several
bard bended who succeed In
-- -- -- U .- there b. much men
,
may as you shall have his room but If he worse, replied Cassidy "Suppose
Decay in Citrus Fruit. pront in the culture of the one as in should! come In there'll be a row I'll Ol'd had me week's wages La .It at the making $25.000 a year by speculation.Not .
that of tbe other. Time will deiermlnH one of them has a capital of lew

CTc, the West and ?9ortkwest. Prof Lloyd Id Teuny, pouaologtat of whether rhubarb in to prove another promise bishop you that"The decided to take tha. risk. tolme. tban $230000.::; They make It earn
tbe United
States Agricultural Depart. source of wealtb to Florida. His Specialty about 10 per cent. I
About 4 o'clock In the morning the

nixie Flyer and South Atlantic Limited. _.___ ______ ___._. _ ____ h __ __ gambler returned and promptly shook: "That clerk of yours seems to be a Take Blank, one of the ablest speculators -
the bishop tbe hard worker." "Yes, that's his spa we know He has mnde half a
by arm.
DIME FLYER. SOUTH ATLANTIC = I=1ao=O=I arta listetra "Get out of here or I'll put you out!I" cialty. "What working?" "No. million dnllnrx durlnp the past. five

LIMITED.8.e he shouted. Seeming to."-Boston Transcript. years. Very handsome return you

.... L".J.ck Let look Blank. He .
onvlU..A.C.L. 7M or was
m. say. us
t81 p. m. Lv.W aycrow...... ........ ..A. C. L e.50 p.P. m. The bishop, the gentlest of men raised On. Difference. the chief accountant of one of the big
11:15': : m La Tifton..G. S. & F. 11.67 p. m. H'i/ THE MAPES MANURESFOR himself on ono elbow BO that It '
115.. m' Ar.M.con..C. of G.. 25a.. m. Examiner-Now, children what lethe railway systems when an uncle dying j
0.30.: m. Ar.Adanta .. ....... .......C.o1G.. S.ea.. m. brought full relief.the muscles of his arm Into difference between. "pro" and I' left him S20.nio. Mind you. be wee an

1'.45 a. m. Ar.Ch.ItII"OOIl.... ..... .. W. lie A. "con?" Bright Boy-Please, sir, they're expert railway Rtntlatlrlnn nnd an exceptionally -
..... .. "My friend he began quietly "be
3.:18: p. m. ArN..hvllls._' N. C. & St. L. silt| different.-I.ondojj Punch. ) able .vouUK innn to boot.
FLORIDA-
fore will have tbe
out
you put me you
7,388. m. Ar.St.Lout..7..C. He knew biB own roiid like a book ns
kindness to feel of my arm?
,, 845 p, m Ar.li'v.n.yllle..L.&N. well as some other things that only the ,
e0W : Il4S.m.: : Ar.Terr.Hauts..E.&T... .. H. Tbe gambler put his hand on the
.. a.1r.. m. ArChicaa? ... .. .. ..... C. & E. I.i ANIMAL: BONE AND No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO made bishop's arm."StraDlter HIS MONEY TROUBLE.H. directors were nware of. The stock of

i, .;xv ll..L.&N. 11.10.' m. available without acidity.No ," he then said respectfully, tbe system looked cheap to him. and
r. &r. Corbin..L. & N. 140 p. m. Gained a Dim and Than Ha Fig he used his $20.000 to margin 4.000
r. Rlchmoad.............. L. & N. S01 p. m. Rock or Acid Phosphate used In MAPES manufacture "you can IItay.-Youth's Comp..nlon.KEENLY ured the Loaa.
Up shores. A bull market was beginning
W. I'I'A... P.rla ................... L. & N. m. THE OLD RELIABLE LEADERS IN COMPETITION AT DELAND
r. Ar L.zlneton..L. & N. 700p. m. The next time Lionel, whose other and within a month or two Blank's
W r. Ar.: Clncinnetl.- ::.::.: :: ::: L: & N:: : 8'36 :: m.Ar. : D FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS. INTERESTED. name douso't matter, gets his optics on capital loud. Increased to $00.000. He

;; ............... .
r. Lebanon L & N 611p.m.: was content with a ten point rise
W Ar LouIO\"III..... ..... .. .. L. & N. 815p.m. ; Lincoln' Quaatlon After the Commit- an unattached dime he'll look the other
. Lv'Louisylll.. .... ..........P.R.R. a1Sp.m. Average analysis Florida Agricultural. Experiment Station, for W")'. For Lionel la all peeved up though tbe stork advanced ten points
rr AI: Indl.n.poll.. .. .. ....... P. R. R. mAr. the 15 t..man Had Finished.Just more. That was tbe Drat of Blank'sdealB.
. Lo..n.port...... ....... P. R. R. 1.15 :. m.Ar. past years: Phoaphorlo Actual after the second battle of Bull over oil adventure he bad the other Twelve months later be won
.... .
... Chlc.llo..P.R.R. a. m. I
. Ammonia. Acid. Potash.' Run tbe Boston chamber of commerce nIght-an adventure tbat bad a dime again. He thought that tbe stock of

WW. Jaiftaonvllle SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED.-Through mach" barrage" .and.. PuIIm.O/I.Pln care.to Mapes Orange Tree Manure.. . .4.83 0.89 8.75 decided tbat President Lincoln was for Us foundation and for which bill a certain western system was selling
to Cincinnati. Through broiler buU.t Pullman !
Chicago. Fining car nervtoe,, Atlanta to CI.. Mapes Frnlt and Vine Manure . 2.60 7.01 11.87 not prosecuting the war with enough can blame no one but Lionel. He rehearsed below Its value and set about an Investigation -
r. DIXIE FLYER.Baggage, smoker :coach and Pullman aleopliMoar' ; .,Jnckionrille to D Manure..5.09 9.22 5.84 celerity to conserve fijrf i Interests of his money trouble thuawlae: to find tbe farts. Be blred
: Vegetable
Stapes
r Chicago." Broiler sleeping car,Jacksonville to St. Louie via lUrtln. Pining c.r. Atlanta toEuav
business, and so It appointed a committee "In a Broadway car I saw It-the a Brat class engineer and a retired truffle
W.II. nmmtlone: and farther Information, apply to A. W. Frltot D. P. A., A. C. L., 138 A.k for pamphlet, also special circular; on how to fertlliie. eta, for airllar to go to Washington and remonstrate dime that was hoodooed. It lay upon manager to travel from one end of

r W.... WaR Bay St.,Jacksonville,or any Agent A. C. L. ripening of fruit. with him upon his dilatory the floor of tbe car unclaimed and that railroad/ to tbe other and be him-

III o DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE. Q tactics. Tbe committee was headed bya lonraouie.", No one else seemed to care self analyzed tbe accounts. When all

r r... --' --- 2 ft. A. Urelta & Co. in charge of the Mapeg Warehouse at DeLand. M Mr. Pierce to lake It'In and give It a welcome so tbe reports were In It seemed to him
r. "We found" be said, "a man wbo 1 did. But even as I reached for the that the system was earning enough

r. ( looked as If he bad lost all tbe friends bit of silver the trouble drama opened to Justify an Increase of Its
WILL BUILD UNDER CON m a a ja | money
r CONTRACTS TAKEN ANYWHERE aa aa aaaa y y=
a af ja
W. OR BY THE DAY JlOclOJl-:: be ever bad In tbe world, who Invited My suspenders snapped with the strain dividend and be plunged once more.

r.. IN FLORIDA TRACT us to take seats and Inquired our busi -.for, as you can see I'm' not built on He waited six months. for bill point

r W ness. As I was the spokesman, I opened the sunken garden plan as regards this lime and his Investigation bad

W. I our case and as I proceeded the avoirdupois. Thereupon I reached backto cost blm $ .OOO. He mode $50.000.

r W. i president's face relaxed. By and by he gather the frayed ends of the busted Good Interest you say, but think of

W.. mettles & Co. smiled and betrayed actual Interest, surcingle still feeling for tbe chunk of Blank's special equipment for the

W r. 331.* Simon Pure No.1. and by the time I concluded be was al white metal with the otber band. My game and the trouble be. took: to be

W. most In a broad grin. After I had finished watch, not to be shoved out of the right. You, Mr. Tblnmarglnlst. after
.
W r. be Inquired It tbat was all I bad dm urn without a chance to do Its little reading tbe Wall street gossip In your

.W. Contractors nub UButtbersDeXanD FOR to say, and on my saying that I part dropped out of my pocket making dally paper adventure your thousand
- .
.WW. thought It was he asked If some of the a decided hit. The crystal broke or two thousand dollars and expect to

.Wr other gentlemen wouldn't like to> say Into 7.809 pieces not counting tbe one double your money. Mark tbe differ

.. jfort[ a Fall Application something. They replied that they that I got In my linger later. The ence.-John Parr la Everybody's Magaxlne. .

W thought I bad fully covered the works mingled with the dirt and shuttered .
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W
ground. And then. continued Mr.
r. glass, and the case tripped gayly
W. | OFFICE IN SECOND STORY OF RECORD BUILDING | -' v OOU WANT TO BE SURE You ARE Bran when you Fierce "what do you suppose this solemn Into a corner. Just to show It wan Tannyson's First Poems.
Yo man did? Well, be just moved bill also Interested n perfectly good silver The wind came sweeping through tbe
/V give your order for fall application. To KITOWJ chair over to mine smoothed his trousers
r0i dollar bounced out of my waistcoat garden of an old Lincolnshire rectoryone
you are right, is to order SIMON PURE pods: ) over his knee, then reached over pocket and did tbe vanishing act- morning In the beginning\ of last

) A COMPLETE CREW OF FIRST- and smoothed mine down. too and where I know not A fountain pen, century and blew upon a child of five
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS CLASS WORKMEN Sold by E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville, Fla. then with a queer look which none of all framed up with gold bands, followed years old. wbo opened his arms to tbe

FURNISHED us will ever forget he said 'Mr. the blast and let It blm ,
suit. By this time I was giving carry along cry.
Fierce did you ever notice what a rest of the passengers tbe show of ing as be traveled "I bear a voice

] Our Warehouse at DeLand, in charge of difference there t la In legs?' their lives-and nobody coming across that's calling In tbe wind. Tbat was

"What did we do? We grabbed our with anything but the giggle gag. Andcouldn't Tennyson's first line of poetry. The
T. E. ARNOLD. hats and took tbe first train for Boston writ-
I vocalize my feelings because first poem be ever composed was
and we never dared to report!1"Ladles' -
there were ladles present. Holding ten upon a elate one Sunday morning
of fertilizers for for quick orders.
FERTILIZERS has a good supply you Home Journal.
IDEAL on to my wrecked raiment and carry- at Lontb. The subject set blm by his

See him and get a bag. Ing my assorted ruins as well as I brother Charles was "Flowers and f

I Th. Carbuncle. might I burled myself off tbat car little Alfred covered biB slate with a
nowREPRESENTED Carbuncles, to which the ancients at.
are a at the next corner Then T beat It for blank verse after tbe model of Thom
I tributed fantastic properties, were In
a friendly retreat and totaled up tbe son's "SeasonsHis next attempt was
AT DELANDby reality rubles. They served It was event. Tbe wreck had set me back an elegy upon his grandmother, who
sold, to give light to large serpents or Cincinnati had died_written at the request
141, but I bud the dims! Just
dragons whose sight had been enfeebled
., Times-Star. of bill grand father. When It WM written
Favorite by They bore them con-
age. Into
the old man put 10 shilling
between their teeth and laid
NUCKOLS stantly When the Fairies Are Nolay. tbe boy's band and said ""There that, t
them down for and drink-
L.
I MR. J. Buy only eating Among tbe Dowers which are said to Is the Drat money you have ever earned
Ing. It was even claimed that the carbuncle
FertilizersManufactured be very popular with fairies are bluebells by your poetry and. Uke my word j
emitted light In darkness and
harebells and wood sorrel.. All for It; It will be the lut"I-Watmin.
that tbe thickest clothing could not '
these flowers are used by the fairies to ster Uaaetts.,
to INTRODUCE a person stop Its Without all the : I .
It II useless to pretend: Tile older rays. exag attract the attention, of tbelr friends '- ,
Ia MR NUCKOLS. geratlon of such legends It was believed
well known
10 a dcinitT I know all the good _.by I who are at a little distance. If you A Double Job.
DeLand and for time that rubles
I reeldente of a long con
d tbl! new.comen are ever oat ID- tbs woods wbon the "Tell me-s b-are jon aerh.. igood
,bl'I' could eay aboa' tained luminous Tbe truth Is
we acquainted. IDEAL FERTILIZER I.wlll.oou I. rays. bluebell or wood sorrel begin. to peal careful. eic.ll.nt' ci..1I:aad jJ.J
Ret that have double refraction and
,1. ., egn.lly .. well lad u favorlOly known, 110 we are COMPANYJacksonville. send they In delicate, soft ton* you will know er-. very superior laandressr ,.
to knowthey FERTILIZER out the red rays with unequaled
shed INDEPENDENT
%eare the many friends of both -will be IDEAL: FERTILIZER brilliancy. Traversed In a vacuum by that the little flower Is being swayd "An-b-b! Wot d're'lalre: me .frier'twin.Barper'a '
have she baying to and fro by some visiting fairy. WeeklyIneonaieiant
call
...... from plllaeUorCKe OLS, and WI are hoping aeoal. an electric current they are Illuminated The foxglove, known also as tbe fairy -; ,

this tact will !give UI even more ordure FERTILIZERS'than Fla. with a red Ore of extreme) Inten8ItY' hells, are also said to be used by the __

) Send for oar baukletr-"IDEAL TREES IN The greatest teat does not fulrlea for chimes, bat when the) little "Tour pictures are Inconsistent1""Whyr tl
a: and "WHY FERTILIZm CITRUS --- change their form or their color. people wish to sound a real resounding .- .
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THE FALL1" Dealers In all kinds of blast, thai shall awakepfrom slumber toy au Illnstraxto thla hobo joke 'With a
Old Day on the Stag. .
COMPANY sum tiny friend la ,a nearby Gower 'wash lira .
1 I : wIItC. -K.DB.'O\:) VHMKi ,e '
FERTILIZER bar known dress coat banded
WILSON & TOOMER FertlUitaj Materials jtyricnltinl Chemicals and Insecticides a bed or thicket (hey .as* not a ball bat ------ u t, 't
from
nevieral
oat to another In the wings
>'e' JACKSONVIU.I. FLORIDA a .row leaf rolled/ up Into a very charming .i Winter Ood oat what .a.uwttl...*,. s '
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; coarse, couia: reter to no oui *" -- Inulsteuce of many .
v STARS By reason at the Inllnnillea, such 110 MI""
o "' Investors that their bonds be of "flrst" I Alt. brings bowels, w.ek k1dn'iya' anti b....... : TIMB CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept
On thfi otber hand. !'bat beautiful Dld.HlaBeet |I.n Keeping a Wetoh Upon Importance alah Lac' ... I. IIIONo. (
bouse" would easily Identity the houac mortgage. It may be said tbat tbe I
y the Patient. 82
78 No.
"Hrst" Is dependent
word
as belonging\ to some one else. Mora- :Ji of tbe MAIN LINE
the hafctt- DAtLY DAILY
Dr. Drummond
Tbe' late ) '
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says
Their Color .Serves Index one who wlslies to learn upon the circumstances
: as an over any
,\ ant poet once related an amusing anecdote Moody's Magazine. A bond may bedrst f tt'sPiUs pm a01

.to Their Age. Japanese two languages must-be the prepared written to end learn thipoken. Indicative of the simplicity of In fact. It may be so only lu n : &': :::: gg :::: ,

the rural French Canadian.He relative sense In'that' It Indicates tua I P2 pili L".Ormonll..J, 8 2S pm 423.m 1'IIII"ao l'IIIIOt I'Rrlo

\ M from the. 'The otber one that differs If a so Japanese materially IK was summering In Megintle order In which the boud wal' put out I ':: t.N: .:':::.u ::t:. = :::: : l8 :::: op.rote AT MAKES THEM TWINKLE or tbe use of have specific effect on theseorfnns. : IJ8 m L ::...l'ltll vltl..L. 1 211 pm II 27 am tween J.cklouvili. .nlt :IIlaml
reading a book or newspaper and county, Que., when early ono venIng by the Issuing company ellmlllntlntr the bowelB. | 410 Ly.ooo."L 12 48 pm 148....
\\W wishes to do so aloud It becomes necessary be was visited by a young farm tbe term "t" In tbe name of a bond to perform their natural functions all pm I t ::: I tl ::::
Leblanc undesirable and loose though It be In In youth andIMPARTING : :; c::: :::::::: :;: : : : I'lIl1m.1I K"rr.1 Ie.p.r I,.
for him to trnnslnte the written er nnmed Ovlde S ar plD Ly..MelbOlun..I.y I 02 pm t oa a... tw.en New York anll KIII bI.I .
I Theories That Deal With This words Into the collmiulal. To be nbl! "Bon solr docteur" said Ovule byway such Instances may be upon the sllgbr VIGOR I 2M.m 7 O p.n. LY....I't. Plerc.,...Lv 10 : .m U 10 pm ICe,onr lb. AII.nUo Co.., 1.1118I
Intervention I .la Indeed and LlVC 17 Ly.W. Palm .aab.Lv 804 am 8.0 pm 1JOllb or J.aklIObylll. ..
Astronomical Enigma-The to read any of tbe higher claim Japanese of greeting.: "Ma brudder Molse ground that tbe mortgage to the kldneya. bl.dder I; 'IO.mUBOpmAr..Mlaml IM.m pm ..,Lv DlIOam SDOpm 04Ir.lb.tt .ndU bao I.1

Worlds of or Fragments the Effect of of Air Disrupted Cllrr.nta.ThllJ newspapers, It la neceBxury H.OOflIdeograph Ui d'house boom ver for* see Heerk.heera doc You" come on while Hrst on on some otber part purts'" ot It may tbe bave property but 1 The) a daPtccl to 014 an4 )'OL&ng. : 1J: :::: ::',::::::. :: : : :. :::: :::t :::::::::: : ro c::
from 2.500:; to
master "I( least : . .
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.*- ,Army and Navy .lournal. Drummond always kind hearted and a third or fourth ,claim. It Is therefore : :::: :::::.: : ::k .:':tlle :: :::::::::: I ::::'

.Is a question( ttiut bUll uprdglCl! obliging compiled with the requeut of obvious. that Hie' were preseu"1 Cutting. ,,'oor.n, .... .. .... A e, W..t. .Ly ....... .. ff1Irii(
Dora tban oue geutlvuiuu! of science. Ovlde and found the unfortunate of this term In a title does Miss Domp..jfb-. k'erhnpll yon won't 110 .m .... ..... Ar. . a..n..Lv ....... ... .. 00 pm'Q"bda

Of course It Is tuowu that uuly tile PROMPT TO ACT.A Molse suffering fruuibat be diagnosed sarily make the bund ail absolutely believe It. but a strange uiuu tried, to ,..Tue.da,..nd Tbbrad.,., .rrly.ls.t 1[., W....

stars twinkle tba planets giving!' out as a fnlrly severe. rase of typhoid. prior lieu. It has been estimated tbat kiss mo once. Miss Cuttlng-Keallyl I'u..d.,.. Tbursda,. and S.llIrcla,..dep.rtllr.. from K., We.t.
a stead; light. That la Ilia nay we Man Who Seemed Always to Be 05 per cent In number and U8 per cent Well be'd have been a strange man If [nnll.". Wedoellll.,. .od Frld.,...rrtv.l. .nd d.part"r.. .'H.van..

tell a star from a planet with the Ready For Emergencies. "Wishing to provide Molse with some lu value of steam railroad "firsts" are he'd tried to kiss you twicelilustrat- PALATKA BRANCH

naked eye. To b* ready for emergencies was one medicine," said tba doctor-poet "1 asked Brat Hens In name 001,.. .-. .... .
But why does the star twlnktaut all} of tbe girts of Dr. Samuel (Irldley Ovlde to accompany me back to the -_. ..-,. --- .;ft\8 E.. EAST PALATKA TO Arrl.. L.... PALATICA TO KAST ... j

!Xbe answer to lulu weius to be on account Howe tbe great teacher of tbe blind village. The prescription compounded The Firat Sleeping Car.Tbe Pal.lk. PALATKA P.I.tk. P.I.II., PALATKA P.I.lk.
of tbe tllstum-es i.f thu ,, Mrs. Tjiura E Could He?
greater rites bin daughter. Instruct Ovlde. Tile cur was built
stars tbe nearest fixed stnr being several Richards wbo bna edited bta "Letters dose, I proceeded was to be to administered every In 18U4.Brat It real wns sleeping called the I'lunrer" If a man saw bis sister fi.1V Into bel"B..cllusl' a! : :: :::: :::::::::. : :;l B::: :::::::: : :::: :: '.:::.:.: : gl E::: ::::::'.: : ::::

thousand times farther from us and Journals." She gives several Instances and UexlKiiuii-U. it well why could be not rescue J 1II.m ....._..No. 104 Dall,...._.. 9 110 .... It 2 .m .........No. 10& 1.>1111,.. ...... II 4&
around action three boors during the night tryIng and tbll builder further "' be could not be a brother and 06 pm ..........No. 106 Dall,....._. 13 pm 2 & pm ..........1010. 107 Dall'......... 815 M. InfIY
tban tbe farthest planet. So In which bis quick pre to be as brief, plain and explicit by tbe letter "A." not dreaming I tbat 10 pm .........1010.10.' Dftll'...... 480 pm 4 M pm ....._....No. 100 Dall/.... .1\1I plr
tills as a starting point bave been built vented serious accidents.Onfe enld 'Be and Keep tUe "ii'tlvm vt assbtt her too. 1& pm ..........1010.110 Dall'... ... 86 pm b lib pm ..........1010. III Dal:'......... 81& pn.
I sure exliuunl
two tbeorles. One Is that u* the nt Oreen Pence mr father was as possible : be would HOOD : .. pIa ..........1010. lIli Dall'......... I &6 pm 700 ,,," .......No.IIJ II.U'.... 72U pm I"e
watch on Molse tonight and give him the. ali>hnl.Ht.. Tbe! fluueer wiis built
visual angle or angle subtended b; going to drive' wltb my mother and my He Knew Better.Mr. .
a tenspoonful of this at 0 o'clock:, 12 In .ii Clili-ugn mid Altuu 8bo|> iiud cost SAN MATEO BRANCH
tbe atar from the eye, U so very smull sister. Florence In a closed carriage o'clock and ot 3 and 0 In the morning. tbe almost, fubulous sum nf Jls.uoo.! Budd-Life Is full of contradictions. E
.
Bndd-And I say It Isn't.Life ,. E.. KAS1' PALATKA TO Arrive B"N MATEO TO EAST
that very small bodies lo space cornIng wltb a large window In front Come and see me about 0 o'clock In That was reckless entnivinsunce In uyenr Mrs. 'u Arrl..E."
tbe box 'ftl.tk. SAN MA1'EO Mateo Nea.. PALATKA P.'alk.xo.m .
between the star aDd tbe eye As tbe driver wax mounting tbe morning.' when the "newt of railroad couebeH

would give the effect of twinkling. be dropped! bis wbtp and got down to Ovlde understood. and departed. The could be built at a cnxt nut exreeJluKJ4.50O. Is q prtat bundle of little things.H ..........No. 103 Dall'......... .1IO.m 'oo.m ..........1010.104 D.I;'......... 20.mlI
Now. as regards those .small bodies recover It. Thin startled tbe young following morning be again presented tiiil the 1.luu..r1111 bluzlntf olmes."She : ) pm ..........No. 107 Dall'........ 840 pm 848 pm ..........No. lOB Dall'......... 4 O pm

actually being In space as hypothecated hoiwu. and tfiey bolted down tbedi'lvewny. hlmelf and Drnmmond asked: "How's a new path In luxury. \\'Without was .
there Is no doubt, for tbere ore millions &6 No. DI No. DO
do I told ? In No. 61
Did HS 8"'d.
Molse you you radiant In palm nuU varuiub. gay ; MA YPORT 8RANtH l u 'It ,
of tragmeiits cf disrupted worlds My father tried to open tbe bin win "Ma brudder Molxe, I t'lulc be some stripes und ,lettering. It was a giant) .11, Onl, D.n, D.II, Ooly D.II,

flying around In orolts about our Him.Xbe I dow, but It stuck fast. He Qnsbcl better dan las" ulght" replied Ovlde.'I compared wltli Its fellows for It wns lO PIlI 2 00 PM P 4& ... ...._...._.._. ....... ....__..___. 7 80 ... I 00 PIlI & 80 POI
only question U wbetber there are through the plate glass as If It bad I donn I 60 ... t 40 PM 10 2\ '" ....._..._..__.P.... ......._.._.._.1... I 49.. 12 19 PM 80 P
but POI
reinsstopped give lieom do medeclne. a foot wider und tno uud a bait blgb- &7 ... 2 17'" 10 32... ...._..._.........11..". ........___,...1... U... I la PM ..
enough to C'unllp tbe eternal twinkling been pnper nnd. cntrhlng np tne : liave no watch In d'house. 110<'. I tnk er than any par ever built before.) It 10 PIlI ... PM 10 4 '" ................................"......._...._......L.. SIlO... 12 OOS'u 110 POI POI
that Is observed. Science! ciiunot nay the runaways In less time than d'leetle clock that enough do not exist for) she can- It takes to tell It. i deesturb for set up. I keep eet on I feature of tbe American sleeping .:; '. :.., i IIr..... CII, ... "j :':: I o. ::::.::: '" to" S..fo.d Br..h N..... L(

Dot perceive tbe vxlatvuco of tbe aiuall- When Tbotnns came: running up. i eet do .. .. .w "'m.... ID 4& >"' 6 Ht.m '
bees clips' all night. T'lnk and tbe porter and t:. au pm 0 1111 Rill pm 1 Lv.'I'UI"vll... Ar. lOOn,
today
I car .
... .....
cst fragmeuts that aituully could cause wblte and breuihlens.. be found "doc laic d'watcb. Wat 1& pm I 1180 am "I. ...L.U .L. 101 pm 0 18 I>ln 9 ao am Ar..nrord..Ly.! 10 00 II't'

this effect even wltb ber tlneat Instru tor" quietly sbnklng the bits of glass you heem t'lnk good doe diit.?"'Jus'-Harper's Weet",.. bedding pusaengers from no closets longer at bud the to far drag end the of : : :a ft '::'.;': :. ,,? ;;:::::: : p::: I:::: ......"011 11.11,.....1 ....''or

ments.To from bis coat and bat nnd explaining: I .. .. .. .. ....
tbe car.-Outing. r :nnn. mod. "nl.h' ".y wll. P. 0 8 Cn. fnr K.y W. .nd .... C.... .
Illustrate then meaning as to terrified mother Mint he "wentso -=
my my -.... ... ... 'ral.. .. ...... .... ...
.ow .t w. .d to .wo
< I'AII'.K "m. .u .d
AUTHORITY.It r''L' .
regards thin covering of the vlsunl quirk there wan no time to sret cnt. HIS LEGAL 'ol'...., ..,.''un., .", ...,. ...,.., or d........ .. ... 11m.. .....d ,. no. ...r..4 nor I.d..II.om..,. Com..I... G
angle, suppose you take a dim! between Still another memory of m.v mother's Joey'' Cape of Good Hope.In I' .. ....d ....un"bl. 'or .n, d.... o. .ny eon..q..n.. .rl.ln. .....hom. .

your thumb' and linger arid bold shows bin. quickness In a different Seemed to Fit the Ca.e, and 1487 Bartholomew Diaz.sailed_far .... "OPV OF nil; LOCAL ""' CA"O 010 """i" 'Nfo"MAIION ..nR TH... TIC"IT A<...N r.'

It .between. your eye und ibe IIIOUD uutil way. ne wax walking along Washington Was Discharged. : enough south along the western coasi I I> M41NRK! G..r.1 I'.n..r A..n' !If. AUGtJSTINB. FLORIDA

It Just covers tbe inoon. It will be street one ilny when n furious dog Tbere wns rinioiertmtlon. among tlio I of Africa not only to descry but to

found to be quite clone to the ""1'. :Now.: ruRbetl at him and hit bis hand severe young folli. Tbe tnnilf" for the ,dancing I double tbe Cupe of Storms us It waa -=-
take a quarter find bold It no that It ly. ut tlie ,picnic In Hie glen hnll l trot I then .called and as the l'OOStVas ascerialned -

:Just covers tbe moon. Its distance Is Tbere was no. Tnxteur Institute In Into trouble. No at once seen to he about four times the tbe forties.) My father InRiantly raised any other "ranxlt" but Joey, l&e( fiddler. I the prospect of success In the direction ( Eventually

dime's from the ."1'. Thus It Is seen up I be skin nnd flesh. of I tbe bitten part Be wns IndlcronntMo! but be was also I. of India .seemed now so clear that I

that tbe farther outward the object Is and. holding It firmly entered the erratic. In the old country. Joey Inil tbe Portuguese monarch renamed" tbe

.shop.'Cur ( schuolteiKlier nnd of cape.. "Cabo de Boa Esperanza or
placed the larger the object tiwvminry.Erhls nearest apothecary's beeu a a inim I I
:: is In accord with: what Is known this piece off." be said briefly. considerable Ictirnlng., : hut !here he bOil I Cnpe' of Good lope.| Tbe "good hope"was PORCH SHADES

as the law of !..verse squared. Tbe apothecary exclaimed In horror fallen Into evil wuys. He was over- realized In 1408 by Vasco daGuma YOU WILL USE

But now take u dluiu of eren a pin He r.iiild not. he would not.( without n fond of two IhliiKR-n bottle nnd mi : wbo. doubling tbe southernmost \Ve ate exclusive! agents ut DeLand
lead and no matter how far you bold surgeon's order. It was out of the argument. Having become engaged lu point of Africa sailed. on to Calicut,,
I dreamed of for these Porch Sha .:s. Just the thing
It from tbe eye It will easily cover the question.: the latter on this day of tbe picnic be thus opening up tbe long
largest star lu tbe beavena. Tills Is "I am a surgeon" said my rot'lter. broke tbe former over tbe bead of his mum to India. for your verandas during the bot sum i

on account of the euoriuoiis distance of "and I command yon to cut It off." opponent and was hnled nwny to the mer sun Call at our Itore 'aDd ARMOUR

till star the lines drawn from Its skies It was cnt off. My father dressed lockup. Tbe young people called a KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL examine

to tbe eye Inclosing an angle go minute tbe wound wltb bin other hAnd and hasty meeting nnd appointed n committee i
that almost anything will nil It. So went about bis business. to nalt upon Squire Nugent to J. P. 'ALLEN" A CO.

tbna we see tlint tblx' theory Is uot Impossible ------ secure tbe release of tbe "music" If I I ,
Health Is Worth Saving aud Sonic
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tbougb perhaps somewhat Im Made Him SICK.A possible. Tbe squire was bearingJoey's
noted golfer one afternoon played UeLand People Know How to
probable. case wlivii the committee arrived.
The other theory bases Its argument rather hlldl). lie turned to his caddie Tue .spokesman respectfully explained Save It. You can't sow thistle aireapjiga.
on tbe air cur ents. Air currents ure after be bad foozled n drive and said tbe absolute necessity of Joey's .Many and people take tbelr lives in LSe:If you plant FERTIUlfRSWhy

caused by light and ben ted air rising In bla genial way: presence nt the picnic .that dn) they tbelr know band* (bete by neglecting orenns tbe need,kidneys help. wteu SlikkldnevK (you row expect exactly ands what

and cold and benvy ulr tnklng Its place. "Toils Isn't a pleasant spec-tncle for "That's a pood, tjonl. equlre. Tare me are responsible: for H vast amount prolusion'
Now wbeu llglu gum from a beaty )'ou. I'nj as bad us a Scotch laird at go." put In Joey. I i of Biiflcrinir ana 111 hcnllh. Kit there Is r In and pei't
to a light gas. or vice versu. It la beut St. Andrews. The St. Andrews. cuddies The squire took) down a ponderouslawbook need to sull'er nor tort ni.nn In danger when lion excelled never
nil dlHeaaea nnd ncbee and pains due to .
r
one way or the! other. So Ikls would are all old men. and one day when and hegnn thoughtfully to Honk kidneys CRn be qulcklv' and rotmanenilv Filt,
certainly happen to tile light from all this laird was In espei'tally bad form turn the paces. cured by the use of 1>oon's Kidney tJjn'noJ
the heavenly bodies. Tbe reason It Is bis. cnddle after nine liules, ot missed "If you're InoLIn') for t tbe legal I nuIhorlty Tills, Hero Is a DeLam! eleven's recom expcrtcncmake Not Now ?

not noticed In tbe case of ibe I pinners shots nnd putts, shook bis gray old lII..ml1\1loo: them re
coverln' my case squire ye'HOnd
Mrs !Pcntt ir dgKln, TTntvry Ave De- liable. Far ...Iaeverywhere.
or tbe sun Is tbut tliey seud us uiuuj bead surrendered I tbe liilrd's bag of It In Byron." the prisoner suggested. Land. Mil., din B: -I nmorv clad M a Ferry'a .. _. __ __ ..
u
more rays as compared to the sturs. clubs to another caddie and said: !knowlediie!! Hie /irreat hnnnllt I derived ,frtm .910 I Seed Annu' --- .
free
forward .. Ye'll mind laird 1 made but the uio > t UOHD'S Kidnev Fills. IIy kidneys on requestD.
Many reasoun ure! put to no "Can you quote It? nuked the magistrate M. may a CO. -- -- "
did l not do 'thJr work and the
prnporly
bow tbe truth of,.llils theory. A star a poor breakfast this mnroln. and I'mno with n 'twinkle In bis ")1'. anrreiinna from these organs were tcantynnd Detroit, such.6O .
twinkles inure. ou 'tbe bnrlzon than It la a condition to stand any malr "Aye. so I can." Joey promptly re unnntiirnl. My back uch'd constuntlv

does In the zenith for Its light bas to o't.f" torted. "It reads. 'On with I the dance; and I Buffered Intensely If 1 stooped or liftfrd. -
I felt mlaiTAble and a.vrc come through a greater! thickness of let Joey be unconfined.' "
able to nrouatl. 1 dnnllv learned
got
atmosphere; also greater twinkling' la Th Navel Orange.Tna Tbe squire adjudged Byron n competent of I) 'ail's Kidney Pills nnd procured a sun-- YEARS'EXPERIENCE I
observed In winter tbuu la summer first we know of tbe navel authority and .loey was uncon3ned. required but the inntert* of two
r'eelo:
and when rapid find brllllnnt twinkling orange which IK very valuable not .-Catholic Standard and Times. t ; relieve: tbo bHik.nl. o aud I bare Merchant Tailors
Is seen It Is a very good\ prophecy of only en account of Its fine quality and not hud a pain In my loins since My kill<
neys areulso Domini In fnot I have been
rain or snow as It shows tbe upper! reClous taste bat also because of Its being entirely relieved nf kidney trouble"

i* of the air to be In a suite of seedless la of a single tree thnt was A fond Enjoying mother Kent Himself.her .Kurill !boy For ante by all doalrrn. Price fincenln, Five Doors South From Fisher's Confer
rapid motion of vaolug air currents found growing ou tbe northern shore FOBter. lllb'Jrn Co.. Buffalo, M. Y. eoKawnts I
Into tbe country and after a week of .
for tbe United Staled.Remember
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hot aud cold currents, meeting commingling of tbe Mediterranean sea. This was received MARKS
TRADE
anxiety tbe following letter: the name-DoRo's-ond tike I
aud rotating probably. about the j-enr 1505. Grafts of this no other DCSIONSCOPVRIQHTS Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns I
"I got here all right und\ I forgot to
This\ also accounts: for tbe vbtingesIn tree were taken to Spain by the Moors AC. night, new,
write before. It Is nice
a plac to
very aaketrb and
Anyone tending description m vqnlokly I
tbe brightness of a star for ut times several hundred years ago. vd' from have fun. A fellow and 1 went out Ina Moertaln our' opinion, free wbotber ma Suits that fit you, too, Just Suits superbly lined all through!
a part and not all of Its light Is .tent. Spain tbe trees were carried to South : : Is probitloniltrlotlraonnderitriU.: putenpihla.. HANDBOOK' Communlca*
I on PaMnbeloa right and
boat tbe boat I tipped\ over anil a through
away from tbe eye. It bas been noticed \merlcn by tbe Spaniards.-tit.:! Nicholas. .ant fr... oldest' Banner for."""rln......n... I
man got me out, and I was .no full of Hatante taken ttirouub:' .:'.Ullatecu. -'" Suits well made at prices rlfrht,; Suits that are a bargain true-
.
also tbat a star's color has something wUhou( irj.i .
water that I didn't knovr nothln' for along Waiting here When
to do with Its twlukllug on account while. Scientific American _, __ you appear. I
of tbe different refractlvltlvs of Best Solomon a Mil. ,
"The ot SV boy bas to be burled .. .. CONSULTATION
A hundeforaalr I1ta tit <] weekly. inottelr.irme. FREE
tbe different colors. A wblte or blue Sbe-'l'IIRt'. Mr. Osborn over there when they find\ bhl). His mother dilation ot anr falejntlflo Journal T.i iyeiu1 MmSTa .
tar. such as tbe Dog star twinkles He married a million. He-Tou don't came four months,fl* Sold by 11 n I
from her home, nnd she cried all tbe Ba : w
most; uest comes tbe yellow aud lust say! Well that. lien Is Solomon; to a 3 ikBranJ. KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda
time. A borse kicked and ,
me over I $1e : FBUWa.hlil
.
1. > _Do
the red. If one cares to look for a red frazzle Boston Transcript.Gnln (
bave got to hare some money to paytbe .JW .
Betelgeux Is and be --
star one ran -

found In ode corner of the constellation bas oft with treacherous hcpe* was doctor broken for a bit.mendln my head. It 6 .j 6 I Insure with us. h _.. ___ __
Orion. led men to ruin.-Sophocles.
"We are goln' to set old born
an
__ __ on
A rather
Interesting thing bas been u
lire tonight' and I am not your son If FOR fOR Now< Is the time.Spot .
ascertained In astronomy as regards Th. Blind Leading the Blind.
1 I don't bare real fun.
some I lost
tbe relation between tbe color of a star Neither :Mabel nor Willie has quite watch nnd shall my cash for losses .THE. .
and Its age. Tbe white or blua stars manured the Intricacies of Kngllsh I nm very sorry. 1 $$7.50 sr.sc
are considered young or lu the prluiuof pronunciation but eacb delights In bring home some snakes and n toad U should be protected.
and I shall bring home a tame crow If
life with many more million years FLORIDA WAGON WORKS
correcting tbe other's mistakes. Last THE MAN
I 'em In ASK
can
'' get my trunk. -Ixindonniobe. {R Insured ?
to'tbelr
career wblle a red star as you
Sunday while tbe family was at dinner Who sells fomilure st retail the
Betelgeuz on tbe wane and will grad Mabel said: price of > panel back dining chair reliable.
ually go ont lo tbe uext few million "Please pass tbe dravy." lice. this made of qaartsr-nawtd Every company SCOTT HODGKIN, Propr.
years.: 8Ae If It doesn't! "Tbe yellow Willie bis chance and A Curious Trail. golden oak highly finished, with
Stan of course come between tbe blue saw qulcklj All aorta of devices bave been used cane seat. Wu one r the> a( this' WbeD does your policy expire

and tbe red In of Is exclaimed: to mark a line of) march. A unique special price for a s bo it time only.
point age. It encouraging \\3 vour policy In force ?
-Well. Mabel': If I toulUn't say The, ftre mada light In every way
method of
to !Qnd "blazing tbe trail" Is still toe ALL KINDS OP
tbat Is :
our own sun dravy I'd say drease." Woman'* and toiri direct to ;704 (ion out ; --
classified as a wblte star. A. I Bora Companion. > seen In Africa and a recent publication factory. felephone number sixteen.

Hodges: In Cincinnati Commercial '..1'rlb4 prints a picture of one of these
U3 YOUR ODDER TODAY
-- memorials of tbe derrlsb raid. Arthur END HON INSURANCE AGENCY BlacksmithiDg Horseshoeing Wagon-Making Repairing
-- -. Pretty Ancient J. Bayea mentions tbe subject In bla Luft Utuuaiel catalog. niaU4 tree. ,

"Kllllnger bus some very ancient airs "Source of tbe Blue Nile." Chair U will find us at
STUDY OF Florida Factory ; DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
JAPANESE. "
in bin new comic* opera.Ancient In 1889! after a !Oerre battle wltb the ;
Hay. I'll bet be bas gone Abysslnlans. tbe dervishes. pursued J.nksonvtJle. Fla m Stetson and DeLand

Difficulties' of the Spoken and the back for some of them to tbe time heir foes is far as tbe lake district.

Written Language. when tbe morning stars sang togetn- Tbe mabdl's men bad small knowledge

Army officer* who are! thinking of er-Clevelaod! lain Dealer.He of geography and little togograpblcalIntelligence. A F.ull'Line of Wagons Buggies Vehicles

taking np tbe study of Japanese should So tbe advance parry. In ,
pause before they attempt tbe task order to mark Ibo route for those WilD

and a peculiarly ask themselves strong linguistic whether\ they aptliudo!have, -Is Mike Clancy Went herer Up. asked tbe came on their after return and also journey to guide twisted tbe force tbe BOld] Cumber\ ompaQY Away. on Hand at Reasonable Prices.

visitor at the Just aftar tba
quarry
Even the
Japanese dud tbelr lungiuiuuTery premature explosion. saplings along .!he way Into living Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot

difficult., Tbe Anglo-Simons: who "No.' oor," replied Patrickhe's mots.. The war ended but tbe tied up tat DeLand wltb best cypress and yellow pint
about tbe difficulties
growl of
our spelltag. trees and
grew flourished but
oncontbly -
,. and favor tbe slmpllUed system gone."For goodr twisted and distorted and are Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
would never live If they bud to under .. now tbe only reminders of tbat "'
uprising ,
,
"Well sor. he wlnt la tbat direction." :1 r.9t"t
.
IJO what the subject of tbe Milkado sur,, ::
of tba dervl bea. "
;,iert fa the matter of language.. ., New fork Journal. 'I i Shiiiges Laths, Etc.VI t t1 .
II takes a :Japanese child seven ,
years Where Nature Cooks the Food.In .
to Jjearn' -the essential pans ot,.the.alphabet -1C The Sensitive Preee Humorist. certain pans of New Zealand both Lumber Building and Fire Brick. Cement etc., promptly delivered ., ick

Tbere are !CM signs which makes a press humorist mad : native and white women nse tba natural _anywhere In tbe city.
the same as Initial .letJ wheu be setts on. of his Jokes attributed "Elastic"
serve purpose bot springs to do their cooking.' In Bookcase
L.. jfera |n En iuii. dictionaries.! Then to som one else.1 the Rotoraa
"1 Judge ." region, it matters not and Desk
hjve tracked! down lu'one of so.And combined.
after yon wbetber tbe cook wishes to roast apleco 'i
these,241 si CDS.\ Mum*; pun ul tbe character' it doesn't- seem to pleas him of meat boll potatoes or steam Permit" as much or as little
for 'rbkb you are about to any better attributed to see on* of Ills rlval'sJoho ) pudding all sbe bas to do la to step olt space as wanted.

make a .ararcb. you still bsve vert Journal. to hlm"-Kuaas City out of doors and place tbe' cooking JOHN B. WELCH Comprises Desk Unit witf\ ,

>iou table d/xkeet Africa ahead of you,, utensil ID a steam bole. :Tbe eorer Is ,cw Of many Book Units as

,, '0 GTbe pompous first personal pronoun .Is HI* Awful Mistake.Mr. then put on. and a piece of coarse ORANGE CITY. FLA. tent desired.attractive.Roomy Call conven-and

I"1Lavoided' j'.whenever }t. Is.. possible Inpftakln.r Newrlch-l understand tit... OrebestrsJ :; sacking over tbe whole completes the .... ... il or write for catalogue '105 sea
; ''iPttaes*. If It must be, la to play one of l>c.orllDob'ecomlOBltioDs : operation. In a abort time dinner Isread STAPLE J F.
:losetf It .'Dtruduud casually, but g.o"eraJly / tonight Mrs. Uldatocfc_ I -,' At Wbakarewirewa. tba entire FANCY1)AND GROCERIES ALLEN, &: CO.

," tb*. abmravt uouo rteiasouees" Doorknob? Doorknob? Ab. I snppo** sattn jist beiestb: tho surface .Is ia TOBACCO AND CIQAKS AOBNT.,
ajerr. In !II.". stead. mats of boiling springs. Millions ofgallons .
New.
Hsudelt-Cblcago
Fat example, a.Japanese would not you mean J'Wantad.s \ of bot water hiss and steam, -DRV GOODS,, .AHOB9, HATS.. ETC.. ETC.- DELAND. t FLA. Tt

:!uti dou't." drluk or,. If .wine.tlilsls*\, but uot<*\Tlne clear I WI'.. clouds.sending Strike vapors tbe skyward ground In almost great waits any Best and Freshest Oan- d.d;; ;d;.constantly- on hand and all first '.

.; r'/I.IID..O'/ ,wine don't drluk." "No.*sir; my daughter...ta..DeVer. ; b* where wltb a stick and tbe bole thus class Groceries. for your table.

,fr. .t!> jour, iNMimvlniiai miint ery rours. formed Oils with bot -water. Bot wa Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market in Connection.
.
):i "I don't want her to be ray daqla< ter for bstbs; tile ... _..
.
Thus U A muu. wtsbus It) week's washing and -I"' -f'----: ." "
bl, \\"", .residence< bit ",,.. trw : broke)*In the young.". ardent for the ordinary parposaa\ .of. UM. ,nous*, Orders? receive careful attention and dallvery prompt. You; will find my priest Do it Right Now--Snbscribe'ioi Record!

f .. ....btt. ,, CIi .want a r, jo 'bs..my. wu,' -."-,-I bold .to always on ttaad,. .- *,. Vaa low-.. to* lo-sstv >Give m. a caU 'MJI

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1878 LOCAL SYNOPSIS 'c. ))1 ", '
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\\t\S E epartrnCtlt THE UfFOBTAHT NEWS ITEMS
UI
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d EVERYTIIING to THE FAST WEEK.:

TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE e to..M ana safety Items for th. P.opl. FOUNTAIN'S'
'.......Bri.f Mention of Facts.,

., Ban by oar Reporter. i

For reliable Fire Insurance set Gould

The merchants are reporting a fine

RUGSTHIS holiday We close trade.all day Christmas. Dreka's

Department Store,
Mr. A. R. Cooley was a Lake Helen CLOT ING
visitor to DeLaod Tuesday.

season we are showing the isitor Hon to John DeLand 8"nU taut was Tuesday.an Enterprise

and finest assortment of For WIlBon & Toomer's celebrated

RUGS ever brought to this sectionof 'ertillzer' nee J. L. Nuokols. agent. tfKrnse'R
Bicycle Repair Shop. 110 N
the country. oulevaid. Phone No 230. 18 tf
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The Wright Insurance IB distributing
Agency .
little beauties In artistic ItlOcalendars. ....

[TWO-TONE, ORIENTAL AND FLORAL DESIGNSIN ;'11 'J.., ,
After Jan. let our men's wear will be
located In onr new building. G. A. '
Drake& Co.Steteon S4E 4 ,
Electra Burma Kolax .
Standard University closed Tuesday for
he; holidays reopening Wednesday,
Smyrna, Brussels, Axminsterand January Oil). d

Seamless Wilton The DeLand merchant have all been .
Velvet
,, very busy this week,doing a fine holt :
.' .
day business. :' '
Mrs. Frank Morgan is here from
Portieres, Comforts Blankets Demeraot Ga., visiting her sister Mrs.
Chas Spanldlng.Mr. .

Lounge and Table Covers W.C. Cannons Is to begin next EVERY SUIT IN THIS STORE REDUCED .
etc.: west week of on his a two stables.story garage on the lot .

Dieka's the place" to set your Xmas


t G. A. DREKA 6 CO. DELAN/LOR/DA.. are Klft.Miss very'Trunks Carrol appropriate clnb Koseboroogh bags or suitcases Is home Men's and Boys' Overcoats AT

pending the holidays. She has a nice
school in west Florida.

Scott Hodgkin, proprietor of the COST. We have more Clothing
Hodgkin Wagon Shops::! is distributing
... a very artistic 1910 calendar.
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For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor handling The Coast poetofflce Christmas Line officials force packages.are and all the rushed Atlantic than we want. DO you want to .,,


Ca/c/mo/ / Sanitary Wall Finish The new 1910calendars are appearing.

For Stoves Standard and RangesFor All have of them DeLand for their business customers.institution will help us pay for it? We don'twant

Plumbing Goods Mr. Frank S. 'Taylor the Orange City
For Paints and VarnishesIn director The First National Bank of

best grades obtainable DeLand wee!in town Wednesday. PROFIT. WE
J. W. Winters of Orange City foreman WANT
of Harden's livery stable was in
ill R. D. MCDONALD ( -- own lust Tuesday visiting friends.

A number of passengers who came inon
ROOM AND MONEY.
> last Thursday's last train lost their
.NJIIYV VMYhMV MNM..nM4**+.*****+*V*.*******V***********************,**.....,.... Tanks in the depot fire that night.
f\\ ..
DeLand Leave your orders at Dreka'e for
S
Christmas turkeys, also your grocery I
rdera.. Everything the best. Phone 77. -
NURSERY + -
I All the business houses of DeLand
will be closed tomorrow. Christmas so
Fruit and Orna- I do your ordering for yonr homes today.
mental Trees and Miss Ethel Vinyard of Warwick Md., $20.75 gets a $25.00 Suit or Overcoat $13.75 gets an $18.00 Suit or Overcoat
Vines. . niece of Mr. V. M. Fountain, Ii Is the
of Mr. and Mrs. Fountain for the
Potted Fruit and guest winter. $17.75 gets a $22.50 Suit or Overcoat $11.75 gets a $15.00 Suit or Overcoat
Flowering Plants. .
Messrs. Dawaon Brown and S. E.
Budded Pecan and I Lemon and their families were north. $15.75 gets a $20.00 Suit or Overcoat $9.72 gets a $12.00 Suit or OvercoatFOUNTAIN
Peach trees in season end> holiday shoppers at DeLand Wedleslav.
See and examine .
f goods before buying. Miss Maysie Emery, private secretary
w
to i President Halley went to Jackson- kttl ;r
E. H. HAYWARD vllle Wednesday where she will spend
he holidays.Mr i
1 111
37 S. Boulevard DeLand Paul Powell who graduates

X lA......\...._....dM YNV.._.........,W VMMVMM.MtMYW.NIV4 ANS from Wake Forest law school North
Carolina in the spring, In at home for.
I IXCXXXXXXXXXXXXX he holidays.

President Hnlley returned Tuesday
XXXXXXXJ. from Princeton, N. J.. where he (levered -
II an address at Princeton College
J. F. ALLEN FURNITURE CO. lest Sabbath.
A fine pound boy has been born to _
J. H. Williams at the -- -- ---/7-- --- -- -
Phone 62 DeLand, Fla. Mr. and Mrs.
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borne of Mrs W's parents Mr. and Mrs
D. J. Dunbar. I

We are carrying an extremely pretty meet The at ladies the of residence St. Barnabas of Mre.GuM E.will L. We have put the "Knife" still deeper in our II

line of Furniture for your home this sea- Po we. north Boulevard, Monday Dec. "Clothing Prices." u T "" Jliu II I
27, at 8:81) p. m.
son, and we want to show you these Hon. Macon 'Thornton who has an- I
of CAR- nounced his candidacy for the state I
goods. See our great variety senate, was at DeLand from Ormond FOR ONE WEEK ONLY ,

PETS, RUGS, ART SQUARES. SECTIONAL the Alias first Katharine of the week.Crawford, teacher of Commencing today, until Jan. 1 e i

BOOKCASES, DESKS, etc. voice and pla a. Winter term opens
January 5th. Studio 21 Wisconsin We will put on sale ALL $10 SUITS AND
Ave. residence the Foard House. 8tMr
Leading Furniture House of Volusla County J. F. Nettles the contractor and OVERCOATS in our Store for

XXXXXXX builder is to begin on a handsome A ERRY Q: IRISTMAS TO ALL
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j,000 residence for his father the first ."..""..,
!!!>- -- of tne year on east.. New York Ave.A. Most Christmas presents depreciate after the 2otli: of De. I
.G. Hauilin makes .a specialty of cember. DcLiml real estate, on' the contrary prows con
furnishing fancy cltrns traits of all stantly in value and is therefore the best Christmas present I
kinds ready for shipment tor holiday S5.00Any j I one could (live. The UOllld-\Vnottcu Co. "ro the best people
gifts. Saaplpa seen at Haynes', Dreka's : to buy from, as they are making!; real estate their life work,
DeLand Electric Light, Power & Ice Company and Wooda.l's. Order by phone 209. 2t : have lived in the field for years, and they are informed.

Mr. John T. Walker and family _---..+0-- -
the winter on their Florida
DELAND FLORIDA pending place at DeLeon Spring, have (tone to The Gould-Wootten Co Real Estate and insurance
the Washington. D C., home to spendthe
i We Carry In Stock: holidays. $20 SUIT or OVERCOAT for 1.- ___ __ __.____
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Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Schwab of Pitts- ._ ,
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MOTORS -- ----
ELECTRIC{ burn, are located for another season at
XXXXXXXXXXXX XX
i and fie College Arms. Mr. Schwab Is the
lather of the Hrhwab sons ot the groat :x:
i HEATINd DEVICES steel company of UtsburK. 9.50

> I ..........--......-.-.-. ,-.- Nara:tai Kremer had John Robinson.colorrd .
( before Mayor Wood Monday
1 On Dlspls/ worn>".;on the charge of fighting and
disturbing the peace and the mayor
i FANS. HOUSEHOLD imposed a fine of flO on Robinson
which he paid. ITTTO .
WATER
I IRONS..
:; y 1 Prof. Jerome Cochran arrived the These Prices are POSITIVELY for
HEATERS, PERCOLATORS first of the week from Houston Texas,
T I i ETC. to speed the holidays with Mrs. Cochran this "One Week." No "Old
and little glr'who have been here
i since early winter. They return with Suits" or "Left-Overs" to get rid
that are
mnnnfacturersof devices the Ant of the year to the
the professor
,0urcontrsot0 with, the '
are made
: and labor saving, a.well as the most economically operated'tlroe west. of. All ,Brand New Stock and SUIT 4r
iTHI Hon. Andrew Mowbray I Is again at YOUR TASTE
the Putnam for the winter arrlv'ng Up-to-Date Styles.OSCAR Everyone wants good roceriesRroceriea that salt. their,taste
from Brooklyn the first of the week. We carry a line of absolutely. *!, ,

: Mr. Mowbray spent the past summerIn PUE."BJ cox objR.i: : :rn > V
Europe and he talked up Florida and ,
,3:l
1
,MARSH MARKET 0 0 DeLand In particular. Be is expecting H. DAVIS and we take. pride In giving everybody courteous treatment and the '.' .N
both Florida ana a number of friends here ,,from the certainty of utlafaolQloa.' Get our price and compare them"with.'' I s'
We handle the best meat, to be had of north this winter, some coining to j' what you are! paying.. ( : 4
tbe cuts
Western. Wo can .apply', you 'with choice' locale and Invest., Be Is a good friendof : Dress Better-Pay Less !:t M, s
, and prompt'
attention' DeLand and we wlab'we bad a bun. A H WOODALL Phohe79
I '' anything in our line. Courteous order. dud like him. to work for our .city. '-' __ ;.: ":"
delivery Give next north. ftgrcKraKoKras
ua your DeLand I through the .t
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MARSH BROTHERS "
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:-,, ____ __ Notice to Non-Resident.Ia Professional
iyl .tPo. M:;!.,Willie Rosa who has been'visit- LOCALS. CHRISTMAS AT TIlEDELAND Pasting of the Organ' Blow. CourtlIev.otb Judicial Circuit -
; f I .''C'qr\ ; He Circuit : --
lug Johnle Tatum for the put two CHURCHES. "The organ blower la passing.estloct" of Florida In and for Volusia county. J B. ALEXANDER,
)"
will soon be like the armorer. In Chancery.
HE COUNTY weeks left for DeLand last ,
: ..... ..mt.S I Sunday. Tba great crowd of state teachers and aid a musician. "If a pity. H. was Victoria Thomas I l Notice\ to '
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::a ,sll: o..t!!!!. '1i' Mr. Antman of Lake Helen was visit. educator will begin to arrive the first First M. E. Church a quaint type. vs. Non-Keelileut. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .-
i
I ';;;1I>;ilI;;; 'ii/iI'iiJ_ tiiI''7 Ing his friend Mr. B. A. Hommons at of the week. The first session I U Tuesday The Sunday school of the Frat M. E. i Most of my blowers were simpleminded Arthur 1... 'Thom"s.r) ,.

SD' Barbervllle Friday, Saturday and Sun evening, the sessions to last until annual Christina old chaps who firmly believed To rtb.tr L. Thorn a*i to Office in Bank Sulldlrtr' CU)
Church will hold Us required to appear DeLand
their blowing to the You are hereby Florida..
O"'clnge" City. day.Mr. Friday night exercises .Friday evening Deo. 24. at they must suit they the bill of onmplalnt tiled herein against IVIU Practice In State and
music. In soft light passages entitled\ cause on nr before Federal
B. A. Hammons and Miss Della In the above Courts
7 80. All members and friends are crescendos you : ,.,.
the D. 1U1U.)
: and light. When of January
soft 81! day
skating
Mr. J. F Nettles la to erect a blew the
: Ward were quietly married at the home Invited to attend this ler lce. worked frantically Volusia County Heoord I. hereby duo '-*
: Merry Ghrlatmae to you 11.4t lotat cordially thundered forth they The L. MOCRORY,
the vacant I
rink. 40 by 8Q feet on In which this order -
of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ward Sunday wltb all their :Slight Ignated a* the newspaper VI
The schools are having .a holiday va- morning lit 10 o'clock December 19th, the went end of Indiana Ave., having Presbyterian Church blowing shall be published once a week tor four

abd left at 13: :49 p. in. for Lakeland. leased the land from Mr. W. C. Cannons A tree and appropriate exercises at and"Often main.a facetious reporter on tbe consecutive Witness my week.band[ and seal of office thIs ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: !!!!"

Many ltranle[ faces are"" seen on the Mr. James Sauls, one of the oldest for the purpose. this church tonight, Friday, at 7:80: local! paper would refer to 'the excel- 1th day: of I/overaber, A..P.lHOf. >, -

atreets. and moat highly respected citizens of The rain that fell during the past with talk from the paator. lent blowing of 'the organist's assist In [SEAL] Dciui'k.ByK _UeLand, Florida.' .,;, '
Then the blower r. H..MLINleputy.
Make some little child happy to Barbervllle. died at his home Thursday ant, Mr. Bellows. F'f
Clerk!
: week waa welcomed by the fruit growers would develop all the affectations k JAMES[ W. PKKKINS,

:. morrow. morning. December ICib, at 3 o'clock' and truckers but the ground is not Christian; Church. its vanity of a Paderewskl or a Sousa. V M. BKNNBTT,

Miss Nellie Martin Is borne for the and was burled by the masons Friday near wet yet. It will take several big The exercises at tbla church are at Now he'd blow delicately' a dreamy Solicitor for Complainant._ _ ATTORNEY and-, COtTNSEL01t-AT

lIoUda .. morning at 10 o'clock 0 45 tonight, Friday with tree! and half closed -
) pourdowns to put a good season in the : smile on his lips, bid eyes Notice. LAW, ,

1 "We will" does ten times... much as --- uronnd. recitations by the children. 'Che music would change to n march Seventh Judicial Circuit, -

"yot sha'L" Pierson.Editor and he'd stamp his foot In time, while lu Circuit in and Court for, Volnsla Count. DeLand, Florida. 'CI I)

For Sale-Thoroughbred single comb Methodist Episcopal Church South. up. down. up. down, the old bellows. In Florida In Chanuen. Will Practice iu State and Federal f
in the
: The heart best enriching
ripens Record: Owing to an accident White Leghorns Wyckoft strain. Eight There will be an Xmas tree and exercises time also. would be Jerked. At a climax E. L. Smith, "I 1 Courts,, I ;.
of other hearts. Complainant, II"
: he'd bend --
'7 : happening to Capt. S E. Smith the choice breeding cockerels cheap, raised by the children at 7.30: Saturday his face would redden. and furl. vs. I 3ary 1.>. Landin. Rit F1JJ u
Mr. John Sauls of Enterprise was to his task nnd blow so fast W. Ely Kate: C) lied-
batohinu Franklin ,
Pierson correspondent of the Record, from extra layers. Eggs for night LAN DIS & FISH ii
nearly burst. ,elrs of
< I
t here on business laat. 'ridey.J ous that the organ rick and unknown
there will be no items from him for a In spring. Dr. J. M. Fawcett, 817 Minnesota Bulletin. AUKUstus F. Harris and all V !

J Colds have been prevalent the pant { few weeki While out In bis grove Ave., DeLand Fin. St. Bnnmbas Church. Philadelphia parties claiming Interest under ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS-

two weeks, for some unaccountable I DAY. Franklin 'V-.IClv. Kate U AT-LAW,
? p picking oranges the ladder upon which The packing houses are still sending CHRISTMAS Another CM of Faith."I Hedrick and Augustus F. an

t ; cause. I he was standing turned sideways, cars of fruit to market Not more than Services at 7 and 10:80 a. m wrote a medical friend of mine In Harris, or otherwise !I IOrferdants. I DeLand, Florida 0

Every opportunity to help another throwing him backward to the ground, 40 or 50 per cent of the fruit bas been SUNDAY London about a curious discovery To Franklin W. Ely, KaleC. Hedilok. Will Practice In State and Federal Iit

; f along the way is an lovitlon toward braising him badly about the head and marketed In this county. At least 60 Sunday School 9:30: a. in. which I made recently quite by chance. ..n.l iiniciinwn heir. of Auuusiua F. hal ria, Courts. J.IF
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i heaven. I shoulders. We shall he deprived of any per cent is yet on the trees in tbe Service and Sermon, 10:tlO a. m. jut which I shall never publish to tbe ;nd .HHparueelmtningintei'ease, under Special facilities for examining.: and
Heilrl k, und land titles
"
Franklin W. Ely, hate C. ,perfecting
t The children are to have their usual Items from this place In the meantime, vicinity of DeLand. world through the scientific Journals. .UKustiisF. Harris, or otherwise and all

Christmas tree at the Congregational but trust after be recovers which we BaPtist Church. said a Brooklyn doctor lost week. iarile* ol"lmlng an Interest In the followax I lie B. Wright S, B. Wrltbl, Ir, IF

*1 church tonight, Christmas eve. tope will be speedy, we shall look for a Howe's London Show gave two per Christina will be observed at the about"Not fifty long little ago dark this friend colored sent pellets me. uuate described, lying lot nrd, piece being( or In parcel the Count if Und of S Y1"037 & WRIGHT,

The band of welcome is extended to good and general weekly write up formances here last Monday, afternoon Baptist church tomorrow afternoon at new VoluslK, and State of Florida, and more ,
were a
that they
and be wrote me
o. again. As a writer" be cannot be beaten and evening, and it was a /floe show 4 o'clock when Santa Clans will\ presideat had artloularl)' known described, und, I .11* A.TTORNEYS-ATLA.W.
all who wish to locate. in this the most combination of drugs that be UnrulslKil as follows, tu-wit Lot "1" of I
favored section of Volnsta DOunt)'. this side of the Mason and Dixon line, jiving the great crowds present at both a Cnrlstmus, > tree provided for the found particularly good In
;t and the Yolaala County Record does performances, the worth of their money Sunday School fcholars. brain fag He asked UIP to try them tim odloe of the Clerk uf >he Circuit (tiniirt )1cn. at Telegraph Office Ii
: Mr. Albert Lane and family are oc FlurlUu. contain-
,
well to have him send newa from this It[ is one of tbe beet shows appearing in on my patients and report During I the of *.ahl'ulu.'a') County. are hereby re! Dill AND, FIOBID. i
1A ; copying Mr Albert Dickinson's residence Catholic Church. lOll four aii'l 1J-1UO: acres
f little village of steady habits. Long the south every winter. next month or so I doled out the pel- ulredto aipear to tbe Bill rfC'-mpluInt
on the hill. We are pleased to CHRISTMAS EVE. of who died heroin In llit' above i-n BENNETT
they both live. L. E. A H. lets to several my patients against you U.
''l welcome these good folk back. to Orange may Rev Z. H Bennett one of the old Confessions-7.80: to 9 p. ui. came around complaining of tired titled cause, on or before tbe thlultluyo, I
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D. 1910.
A.
; City. What Read. citizens of Volusia. county, familllarly. CHRISTMAS DAY. nerves All of them said that tbe med January The Volusltt County Record is hereby ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
to
: ::V Dr. Curtis aud family of Fulton New known by a large circle of friends as First Mass-6:30 a. m. Iclne did them 'n lot of good. Yesterday designated as a newspaper in which tbls

: York, arrived on the 115th and are at "Tell ma what a man reads and I will uncle Henderson one of tbe beat citizens Music (by Choir): Introit "Silent however. 1 was going through order shall be published weeks... once a week for floor
consecutive first of Bank
-ferag: tell you what he Is." said a wise writer; Night" Post-Elevation "Adeste Fi- my office desk and discovered those twelve office tbls on Building'
; their comportuble home on Oak avenue. la the county, was here from Or- ; Witness my band and seal of DELAND, FLORIDA
for little by little the things that deles Post-Communion "Glory to pellets from London Intact In the plain of October A D, 1WJ8.SKALl .
The doctor says they were delayed in we mond the first of the week: visiting his ; 8th luy Will Practice. in State and Federal
JORDAN
tbem. SAM'LD. ,
In which I bad
envelope placed [ )
coming on account of Mrs. Curtis beingill. read become our thoughts, and make brother, attorney U. M. Bennett, and God. A hurried but anxious investigation Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. Caurts.

We hope ube will fully recover .at'Arcadia1 the very text are of the mind. Mr S H. Bennett Second Mass-7 a. m. disclosed that I bad been administering LANDIS A FISH.Solicitors BLYAttorney.atLaw
Mass with Sermon-10 a. m. for Coin plialnent. GRANT
tT where the fQ4.'ea bloom. During tha last few months the attention High to my nerve weary patients some --
'
k of the American people has been The Volusta County Bank has moved Music: Introductory "Adeste Fi.delee. wistaria seed that my wife bad gatb. Notary Public .i
Word has been receired iwua Mrs. M. "
aroused the consideration Choir; "Kyrle, "Gloria "Cre Notice to Non-Resident. III
to of pure Into Its handsome new building doing ered, put In a plain envelope and laid
Jones and daughters of Lawrencebnrg, and impure fond This agitation has business there for the /first time vester- do," "Sanctno," and "Agnus Del," from Inadvertently on my office table."-Ex: 10 tbe Circuit Com of, thd Seventh Judlclii Special attention given Real Estate,

; L Kentucky, that they and their guests done good, for with tbe abundance of all Wed- Umber's Festival Mass. Offertory- change.: Circuit of Florida, In and for Volusia Law and Conveyancing-.
will not be down this winter. They day The building: was open In Cbanoery.
County.
good food there is little excuse for using "Ave Maria, Trio. Elevation O'Sal- C. 0i! FI'
L were all packed to come when they nesday for public Inspection, and many Christian P. Lund )
up atarin Miss M.Zoinler. Recessional law i
any food which is harmful. The time There no (game against anyone I Notice to Office over Volusia County :Bank.
received v :
')tT received news that the house they had has come when the American family of tha towns people were by "Glory to God," Choir. banting for Plank's Chill Tonic. It is A. T. Slmrus and wife, Abble V Non. DeLand. FloridaI.
rented here for the winter had been Cannier Wood. This is one of the handsomest Non.Catholics. are cordially invited to I guaranteed to cure malaria chills and Simms, and O. E. Terwll-l]I Resident

so.r IdF mast give better attention than In the bank buildings in the state and attend the Xmas services fever' Takes the place of calomel Price iger single. J A. Stewart Eg-ford Bly M.rr Stewitt =
H paat to another matter-the choice between 25o;; per bottle. For sale at B. J. Eccles To Q. E. Terwlilger: F
The good roads idea is one that for .along none are prettier Sunday services as usual 10 a. m and &Co. STEWART & BLYATTORNEYSATLAW
good and bad reading. We have 7:80 druggists. You are hereby required to appear to the I
: m.
; time mast have an accelerated read enough about wickedness In both P. --- bill complaint tiled herein against y< u III ANDNOTARIES
A great Xmas offering at Drek a' be above-entitled on or before the .
cause
:? : growth, because when one town gets and life PUBLIC
too stories
public private ; many annex. Immediately after Clrletmaa 7th day of Februai. A. 1) 190. DELAND FLORIDA :
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& good roads it makes an imperative rea of criminal transactions; too much HI. Generosity. Toe Volusia County Record III hereby

son right there why Its rival should about the evil and noV enough about we are going to move oar men's departs "Tea," said the tired looking woman, Sinking Spells designated; as the nensrapir In which this Practice In State and Federal Courta. AUrraeti :
4 ment atore Into our new store eve "I have husband and order shall be published 01,ce a week Ion Examined and Title. Passed Upon All bull. ..
Grade will follow the line of l least 0" a very generous
the good In life. consecutive weeks. fleas In our line given prompt attention.
2; resistance and want to reduce our stock as much as this Is tbe way' be gets that icpiitntlon. eight Wltnet band seal of ottlce this i
town and
an enterprising or
Let us have the bright and clean side mv
possible: we therefore are offering our The other day I worked and slated In Every Few Days"At lat day of December, A. D. IIKO.ISKAL UOLU8IA:! COUNTY ABSTRACT, JA
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afford its rival that
city cannot to give
of our American life only. Let read INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE -
us entire stock of men's and boys' winter tbe kitchen for uboul ten bourn tnnli- ( ] SAM'L D. JORDAN I J.I'I IS

:'4 kind of advantage. stories of heroes who are both brave snit .at half price Don't miss this log jelly. It was uiy tiist. attempt soI the time I began takingDr. Clerk Circuit Court Volusia I ounty. lila COMPANY. TH

and noble, and not vnlnar and confessed chance. I bad considerable trouble mid burned Miles' Heart Remedy I was By R. F, Humlln, 11.) CLANDiS Titles Insured J BA
: ft FlaBSolicitors :
;: Osteen. criminals Tbe mission of the press Is my lingers about seventeen different having sinking spells every few for Complainant. Abstracts furnished and titles perfect !

to help the render not drag him down times. It turned out pretty good. bow Plats and Blue Prints
i ; Sheriff El Smith went to Palm. Beach days. My hands and feet would ed. :Maps, Sup
: 0L
to suggest high not low Ideals. ever, and of course I WIIH proud and plied.

., wr r Miss Green, principal of the public At tbls season the average American Wednesday after a negro by tbe name i delighted. Ibat night I I rant Home ou get cold ; I could scarcely Notice to Non-Resident. O..poalLeVolusla. County Bank I

school, will spend the holidays in of Bowniam, who jumped his bond I tbe table for dinner and busbaud. )cot In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial, D' LAND FLORIDA
*, f Ooteen. i family selects periodicals for the next abont three years ago and went to enthusiastic.. breathe and could feel myself Circuit of Florida, In and for Volusia II WI;

c $ year. Let I ha choice be only for clean, Cuba Sheriff Smith has been on the I I "Next-; day be was visiting II sick gradual! sinking away until I County. In Chancery. 0R. O. A. DAVIS, *, I wl
Mt. John Ray Pactlllo and his friend E L. Smith
wholesome, patriotic periodicals. Send lookout' for tms Degro ever elnce, and friend of his, a man by the way, quite would be unconscious. Those 1 j Notice : w
r Mr. Robert N, Jones of Atlanta, spent for the of the 1910 Volume vs. to PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
; Prospectus finally located him ,t Palm Beach, I able to buy anything he might want about could tell there Franklin W. Elm', Kate C. Hed. I Nnn-
; last week in Odteen. of the Youth's Companion and see what that from Cuba short and whose wife never lifts her finger me not rick and unknown heirs of] Resident DELAND, FLORIDA. .l U-
reaching
place a
I life in After these Augustus F. Harris.To j Office at residence Indiana .avenue
Mr. Phil Leouardy came over from an amount the best reading selected On leaving Mr. Generous Husband was me. <

Sanford Tuesday and will spend part of from the world's abundance of every while ago. says: 'My wire mude some pietty good spells I would be weak and Franklin. Kly: and Kate C. Hcdilck: Court Hoo e.
--- very You are hereby required to 10 tbe 8. If.t
jelly the other You appear Office Hours: 9 to 19. :a to 4, and 7 to
,:. the week killing ((1)) deer. sort can be had for only ft 73-62 splendid Mr. W. D. Heebuer who spends his day. might like nervous, sleepless and without bill complaint filed herein against you In
.A some. I'll\ send you up balf a dozen the above-entitled cause on nr before Ibe
g1miI Mr. and Mrs. ZtcU Button of Rogers 10 n",8.", winters on his fine place east 0;/i Orange Jars.' appetite ; had neuralgia in my 7th day of February A. D. 1010. QU. W. a TAYLOR .

are expected here the lust uf the week Every new subscriber receives in addition City, arrived at Demand last Friday "Now:.; wouldn't that frost you or Tbe Volusia County Record i is hereby des-
ll Ws-Vt V to the 82 issues for 1010, all the head and heart. After takingthe gnated as the newspaper In which this BURGEON-DENTIST!
t to spend} Christmas with friends. : from a business trip to North Carolina rasp you or whatever they nay. Half a order shall be published week for :

,/ iff Mrs. G. A. Nicholson ana daughter Issues for the xeuiuiuiug! weeks of 1000\) Be is in the mountain lumber business dozen jnrsl After all my work to hand remedy a short time all this elfint consecutive weeks once a Office In Fisher's" New Brick Block .

t. L Miss Robbie sometime and the "Venetian" Calendar litho. there and Mr. C. W. Glasgow of tbls tbat jelly over to a man whoso wife is disappeared and in a few weeksall Witness my hand and seal of office this .
are spending
let day of December. \U 1900.ISBAL :Second Floor}
graphed in thirteen colors and too lazy to breathe! I made
gold.
i Eb* with the family of Mr. J. J, Nicholson. place went to North Carolina with Mr. exactly the heart trouble was gone." ] SAM'L D JORDAN.
The Youth's' Companion, Companion Heebner to take charge. of a departmentof eight jars, BO we will have one more :MRS. LIZZIE PAINTER Clerk Circuit Court Volusia county, Fla DeLand Florida
f Mr. M. J. Morey aud family left building, Boston, Mass. the lumber business unless be baa already promised it to By K. P. Usralin, U. C.
for Watertown company's up else." New 8035/2 3d Ave. Evansville, Ind. LAND.. A FisH
Monday where they New subscriptions received at this there. somebody York Ptess, Solicitors for DR. A. S. MUNSON.HoMEopATrnc .

will spend the holidays with relatives office, and von can get both tbe Companion For twenty years we have Complainant.

Miss Nellie Pattillo, principal of the and the Record for 1910 for |3,21, I Dr. Marion Lawrence, generally conceded I I There Is Sunshine more dust and in Dust tbe places Illuminated been constantly receiving just Notice to Non-Resident. PHYSICIAN.

Enterprise school, returned home Saturday the Sunday school such
dabbing falO greatest letters
as these. There is
by the sun's rays than In In the Circuit Court for the Seventh Judiclal : Fisher''
and will spend Christmas with -- authority and speaker l In this country those which ve call shady If you scarcely a locality in the United Circuit of Florida, In and for Volu- Office Second DoorSouth of
Store.
.. nome folk.Mr The Messiah Beautifully Sung. I and secretary of the International S. look along a beam of light as It streams States where there is not some James ela A.(Jouot Mitchell,. In Chancery. OFFICE HOOKS Drug 10 to 12 a. m.; 3toi 44
I
J. E. Pattillo and his eon Crawford .: Association will address the pepple of through a window or a chink in tbe V Notice and 7 to 8 p. m.
vs. ) to
: : spent several days here last week Last Sunday afternoon the splendid DeLand on next Sabbath afternoon at door you will see innumerable dust one who can testify to the Hattle Mitchell. ) Kon-Besident DeLand Florida. "\

r letnrming Thursday to their Indian vesper chorus augmented to fifty voices 8:30 p'cft&k in the auditorium of the particles dancing about In the light. merits of this remarkably suc- To Hattie Mitchell -

I River place at Uhlloh.: sang Handel'd great! oratorio, "Tbe ut1vrs! ty. Let everyone make It a You will be told by most persona that cessful Heart Remedy.Dr. You are hereby required to appear to the ]Y\BS.\ VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.
Messiah." A very large audience waa there Is just as much dust In tbe non- bill of complaint tiled herein against you In
? Mrs W. Z. Haymans and children of point to be there and promptly on tbe Ml let' Heart Remedy !Ie old by the abo .elltltled
the
illuminated cause on lid day ot
of the
to hear the noble and inspiring parts room as in the
present all drugaliU. If the first bottle falle to GEA'
hour. January A. 1). 1010 PHYSICIANlnd:
Darbln arrived Wednesday and will more favored but benefit, druggist' will SURGEON
uiaslo. Tba chorus: work was superb spaces you cannotsee your return your I The Volusia, County Record Is hereby

spend the Christmas holidays with her the tone quality and balance was exquisite i The members of the M. E.;Church, the particles ,because the rays do mon.y.MILIES MEDICAL CO.. Elkh.rt Ind. designated all tbe newspaper In which tbi *
}parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. U Osteen. not fall directly upon them. You will order Shall be published once a week for Office on East New York Avenue
the attacks sure aud clear and South, and all friends are much gratified think that this la eminently I four ((4))consecutive weeks. DELAND. FLORIDA.
plausible ,
t: Mr. 8. H Kirk ant son Balfour attended the. phrasing and enunciation(, peifeot VI llnaaa mv tl>,.. un.l aanl ..P AMAA ''''fth&d" .
over tbe return of Rev. U. S. Tabor but It Is not the case The sun falling\ v .v wu. I
:
: the marriage of Mr. Edgar Kirk The chorus developed great power and I to tbe church here for another year. upon the air creates Irregular currents, Beautify YourQrounds of December SAMUEL, A D.: 10UU.ISBAI.J D. JORDAN. ,

in New Smyrna this week. Edgar was thrilling climaxes, and, tbe pianissimo He will preach at his church qext !Sunday : and these currents stir up the dust and Clerk Circuit Court '

d:; teared in Os teeD and his many friends effects were u delight to hear The evening, Riv. J. E Mickler, wbo Is collect It In layers along the line of THIS IS THE MONTH 'TO PLANT TREES. U. ?. BKNNBTT,Bt R. P. Hamlln, LI. C. DR. JOHN REEVE Metr'deren

here join in congratulations. chorus sang with great earnestness and pending the holidays at DeLiud, light; hence there Is more dust where A few choice Ornamental Fruit and Solicitor for Complainant.: ,

Mr. Wm. Muckey of Ohio, and Mr. Impressed every bearer. preaching at tbe morning eervce. Mr. tbe auu shines than elsewhere A curious Nat Trees for Hale. Large Cherry, Lao DELAND FLA -

E. Kajander of Canada, who recently Mr. H. J. Wilmbhnrst, tenor, sang Mickler will ba stationed at Manatee experience in a museum gave tel, Water and Live Oak, Orange; and Notice of Application for'Tax Deed ,
proof of this. It was noticed that Pomelo, and choicest kinds Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888
of Grafted
bought laud bare from M 88r... K. B.and his solos with good voice and fine style. for the next year. Pecan Laws of Florida.
there was always more dust ou tbe Trees W. H HASKELL, De
T. L. Ost en, and Mr. V. W. Gouldare Be seems very familiar with the glass cases exposed to the sunbeams Land Fla. Notice 1 Is hereby given that Albert Dick

preparing for an early: Irian potato Messiah musIc Miss Mary Ziegler, There was a delegation of Seville:! peo than on those wblcb were never touched Inson, purchaser ot lax oertlHcate No. '

crop 'I contralto, lang wltb beautiful tone and pIe bare Monday, principals and witnesses by the rays of the great orb, and O. B. WEBSTER TIlT baa,, dated tiled ::r.1S certificate.h day of June in :ray:, A.office t D. I I8'i and' I V. H. VOORHIS, ]

Mr. Raymond McDonald and wife of appealing; Miss Lena Cockling, soprano In two cattle cases in County this led to an inquiry, with the above hue, made application" for tax deed to Issue

F Port Orange have moved hero and will ,. sang with great earnestness and Judge McCrory's court suing the Atlantic result. CONTRACTOR and BUILDER In embraces accordance tbe following.w tb law.described Bald certlttcat Dentist, I

make thU their McDonald power. Her voice is of exceptionally Coast Line for cattle killed.\ In situated In Volusia Florida property
home. Mrs. My Specialty I I. county, lowlt: P. O. Block DeLand Fla.
warn reared here and her ,many friends beauty and under perfect control In the case of Ira Robinson suing for the Traced by Thermometer. N 32 acres of ejf of lol 1, ceo a, twp 18, r ,
ARTISTIC
the Messiah she sang with a charm, killing of .a milk cow in tbe sum of 185: One night many years ago Dr. White CONCRETE BUILDINGS 30 o. Hours: 8,80 to 18 and 1.80 to 4
welcome her
glad to back in
are their law was walking along with the mea- i The said land being assessed at the date
AND STONE
midst. simplicity and fervor that male instant the jury returned", a verdict for $75. The SIDEWALKS nf the Issuance of nurh certificate)
senjfer when be Bus set upon and In the '
appeal. Her singing is more artlatiu case of Leland colored, suing for 9QO, mime of Btilloian JI... Uolesn said
Rev H. F. Harris left last week for knocked down ID a lonely part of the Ii'rtldcate sball
and convincing then ever. Mrs. C. S. for milk verdict for $iO be redeemed according to W. C. CANNONS'L1Yery
killing a cow a
Lakeland to attend the annual con roud. Ills puikets were rifled and be Notice of Final Discharge. I w, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
Furring was at the piano and was in per. was. rend,rAd. Landin & Fish represented Wits left lying on tbe road with 8 25mb day of December, A D. 11)00.) Stables.

ferenca. Mr. Harris livery. popular ala feet sympathy with soloists and singers the railroad company and !Stewart : fracture of the ttlmln. One of tbe artkles HlKiwd Notice, administrator is nereoy. given ot Ibat (be under )Witness my official signature and seal Feed and Sale h
preacher and oar people hope the : the e tate of Mol.cnhn this the 2lltbuit) of November, A. D low
at all time Mrs. Geo. B. Seldon played & Bly represented the plaintiff Htuleu was u clinical thermometer H, Morrison, deceased, will. on the let [BKALJ] HAM'L D. JOBDA N, Fine Fashionable Turnouts
bishop will return him to this work for the la masterly fashion and with which lie bad that evening 'lIe, of January, A. D 1910. die his fluii J hark of the Circuit Court \
lP'Hacks
organ 1. !
C.
A.
aooounta with tbe Sue meets all trains
next :
year Mr. H H. Stafford known over FlorIda taken the tPuiperntiire of a patient county jmliro of Volusl Volusia County. Florida I E,
brought out in a new way the fine possibilitles county, Florida, and ask that 1 lIe same be meet morning and afternoon

: Re*. Sorbet, who baa been pastor of of the great organ. Her playing ,. for twenty odd years a state agent suffering! from enteric fever. He remembered approved and that be be discharged as such Notice of Application for Tax Deed 0. Ry, trains at Orange, City,U.Rnd d, nlgbt Mall i

.tha> Baptist church here this year, baa of the Pastor 1 !Symphony: hu never before for the Mapea Fertilizer Co., was here the temperature registered administrator.This July 8., 1900. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, both tralne routes.at DeLand Backs meet Junction.boats at Beresfonl..
'I. also that he hud not shaken down the Laws of
i resigned and Rev. Stone of Titusvllleba. been equaled in DeLand. Prof tbe first of the week in the Interest of D. F. :MOIIHI9ON Florida. Gentle horses and oarelul drivers.

) been called to the pastorate of the aid In future Moasrs. G. A. mercury before putting tbe tbermome Administrator Notice I I. hereby uivoo that G. D. Hud.nn. OeUind.Fta.
John W. Phillips conducted: the performance company. ter bmk In his pocket and be comniunluilcfJ purchaser of tax eertlttonte No. Phone 3. -

.._ church for next year. Mr. Qorbet ia an and proved once more his Dreka & Co. will be the DeLand agact these facts to the police Notice of Final J.5. dated the t,1 l rtny of June A. D. 1003\(: -
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** I. excellent christian gentleman and Is 'great ability In this line. for the Mapes fertilizers, keeping It Inlock. Some time.afterward a tbermometer Discharge bee made tied said certificate In mr office and
Notice Is hereby given application fur tux deed lo 'Issue LOVE
well liked bv the entire community. --- The Mapes fertilizer, for the registering the Identical temperature la-ncd administratrix of tba that the under. In aoooidonue with la*. H..I.I oertltlo.U DR. S. R. a.
estate of M
.
&' -4. *S Bon. J. C. Stanley leaves the first of grove and truck garden have .a fine was discovered lu a pawnshop In Miller deceased will, on the loth day m ot .situated mhr."!... the Volu.la following de*>rlb<'d property OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

Glasgow and by tbla means the police > Way, 1.. D.191O, present her nnnl aoomint .iinly. Flo..Ida, tow Hi
;f\ Barberville. January on an extended business trip to reputation wherever they are used, and i'J"1'11"' wIth voucher, to tbe lx>t 14. blk 8. Bolden's Melroee, Ormond. er>d..U AttfBIVAN SCHOOL Of ONTKOPltlUKIlllTllle
.. the Faolfflo ooast. Ha returned last that U all over Florida. While, In the were enabled to track tbe doctor'sassailants rVoluala county, Florid., and county ask JiiuV that 1'1.. said land being assenud at the date Mo.

'\ .j. city Mr. Stafford took advertising and to arrest them ID one 'he sooouDte be approved and that she b, of tee Issuance of .uob eertltfo.ta In the SO New York Ave.. o"OIl1e ceil** Arms
t<..... week from a business trip to North apace .. name of J. f, Beld.n. Ual... B.tI
from De snob said
Mr. Fred Ward wae borne of the Glasgow tbeatera.GtsIlIlOWMedical llsoharged dmlnlstre.trlx.. 4
2 to p.
.
Office Hours 10 to 12 m.,
Carolina. In the Record for a ;year and the ad will EDITH ... MILLER certificate shut .be redeemed. according to : a. ,
Land8mauday, Journal. 'law Tel 200
tax deed will { thereonT m.. or by appointment.
.sue
;
Administratrix on the
: 1U' be found elsewhere In these column of tbe Estat, O$.K of
family of Miller, day |JwJtmb.r( A> D IMW
: Mr. O. H. Brown and his went Sfililam Deceased Witness
DeLand. Fla. ml ortlolal elKnatur and seal
Them Nov 19 19011
k f. to Jacksonville last Sa04a). The subscriptions of many Record DeLand and her people are closing: avery Helped Along. ible Ibe 20th lay November, A. D. llJ09.
"Have you given proper attention to [(5RAL. See Gould" .
readers expire on January 1st,' and it is The town huKro"D ] HAM'LD. OAN, ''I
.r ) Barbervllle school was out for Christ- prosperous year. your cblldrea'B t..tb1" asked the Notice to Creditors. Clerk efthe Clronl' Court )
vacation Friday December 17tb.Mr. hoped that tbe y'a: well as all sub wonderfully during the past Volu.la County
- ..... ", in** > health department -L.' ". scribers In arrears" even for .a ,few year, and all business is better than "I've always provided plenty of good signed baa been ,that the nndsr "Ask Chapnian"but
: ; .., B. A. Hammon went to DeLandt appointed br tile Hon. Ji Notice
( of
1 "' ., night and retained Saturday. months, will sea that ;your antxwrlption twelve month ago. In fact the people food for '.nl.. to cbPWOD.', the food Lee MoCrory, judge of the Count7 Judge' Final Discharge. I

Trldaf I is paid by bat date. The'Record gives throughout the county have prospered. parent Inscribed on the bottom of the ""ourt of Volnsla county, Florida, sdmtnl Notice I. hereby flv..n that els month -- --

jMlM'JCthel Stone ofjEldridge was than the value of financial and mailed It back,-Philadelphia trator of the estate of Ldwln: F. Barney, 'late from d.ceo, lewis on tbe lot ilsy of J"., A.
It. in _
Ton more yon ,pay/ They are the brat condition paper ued, of..Id oonnty. and all creditor, D. 1910 1
wlllp.n&' BUSINESS
ny ana) a eounl DO
"4 ,'Mtinr M.... Mabel MorrUon Jut week for the 53 numbers-83 ambers are they have ever been Crops of all kind Ledger. legatees, dlstrlbntcee demande and alt other person lion J Lao )lnl....,,,.. nounlt ]judge ol Vo.10 -

/ r-- ,.......:Ward went fir DeLand Bon- given this year. Do -not let your sub have be.iOOd. and the orange crop estate having, are claim hereby or required to against said Mela county. Florid, at his olllH I. the
present the Court Hone, in.
.. ,Ma.a4, the, .hew and retorned scription run unpaid. 'Tea will be the largest' ever marketed,' and the t Queer same.duly authenticated, tothe under tratrls or tbe e.tate DeL"ndtVlet.1 of(I. 1'. .diseased admlnl. -- with --
Servant (who baa beeo.aent to ehuthe within ,
signed tie time
1Yih. given better for 1910, of that is Record heartily congratulate ,all the prescribed by law, end ask that the .me be approved and
lP, a paper a stray rat for stalking chicken) or tie same will be forever barred. be i irlx. I
dlllCb.rlrl glinted .
W4'I' ":,' Jeeae' Morrison.. went to Dade the...editor' intention. II Is Indeed people upon the prosperous time. They -1-.coolant-catch Mm-mum-for the GKO.: T, BARNEY, MBtt. UAttHIR* .uib(]\ STANLEY!sdminiets. DeLand Realty CO.

b''P' ;:,' Wedneada.tr.morning; to ':spend "grateful for the liberal .patronage" given have much to be thankful for with- -the nearer I-got to plm-tb farther '. got Administrator Iionlbbol'o,Mass, (formerly CABBIE U.'JOU,

wltfretfiUret. ,M* Mend. *;; I it for the year 1909.- I beginning of the new_ Y.....' away' -Puoch." ?, ?.,?. Dated this Iqt. Id, 11101I. This td day LY of), December AdromUtrKtris., A. 0.1 1000. T. B. :Arnold Manager(

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