The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1904
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
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System ID: UF00087347:00049
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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professional Carts.: THE CUNNING FOX.

dlan ......d ol wry: H. !. Hale j
James W. Perklnn. Cary D. Landls.. 'G d ;Flealth fcr: the -Wolf. :
PERKINS & LAKDIS. 00. The wolf bates the fox. Accordingto 't
the Iroquois Indians, this la wby: t
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- One cold, wintry day a fox who wo t ;i
AT-LAW, prowling about looking to see where
to theChildren he might steal his dinner saw a wagon t 1
\ DeLand, Florida. coming. It was loaded with fish and (
Will Practice In State and Federal was driven by some fishermen who
Court, were taking home their day's catch. ,
& BLY "Ah, hal"! said the cunning fox. "Here
STEWART comes my dinner." And be fell down
and pretended to be dead. The fishermen
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office seeing him, picked him up and ,
threw him Into the wagon among the
In Bank Building DELAND. fish. Then the\ fox slyly threw out ;
Branch office over Patoffice. Y'.1'ONA Children especially are fond of dainties, fish and when the fishermen were not

DKRT,FISH.ATTOBNEYATLAW., and the housekeeper must look carefullyto looking off with Jumped the fish off be himself had thrown and made out. 4 ,

Pretty soon afterward he met a wolf
their food. who said "I am hungry and I guess I :
will eat you for my dinner." But
Florida As cake be made with fox said, "Would you rather not have
'DeLand. good can only flab for dinner The wolf replied that 1
Facilities for Examining/;
and Special Perfecting Land Titles. also cake health on the whole he thought he would prefer I\
good eggs, so a,, is flsh. Then the cunning fox told
HALL BRUMSEY him of the trick by which he had Just '
J ful.as.well asdaipty, must be raised witha got his own dinner and advised him

ATtORNEY)! AND COUNSELOR try It. The wolf was pleased with
AT LAW pure and perfect baking powder. Idea so he ran through the woods : :
beaded off the team which the fishermen

Will Practice, 1p'lall' State and Federal Royal Baking' Powder is indispensablein were driving falling down In
,wart road before It and pretending to
DELAND FLORIDA dead. But the fishermen who had by
Office over Fisher's Drug Store. the preparation of the highest qualityof this time discovered the trick the fox I I I
had played upon them. Instead of taking ; '
I J L. MCCRORY, food. It imparts that peculiar lightness him Into the wagon beat him with 'j
clubs that he barely escaped with
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand sweetness and flavor noticed in the his life And on a hillside near by sat I I
the fox who laughed and laughed. ;

Florida. finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., ;

J E. ALEXANDER, and what is more important, renders the Different Kind Broavht Into Co.-

Jvnettoa Produce D.r........ !
ATTORNEYATLAW. food wholesome and agreeable to young Every light wave, as a wave of the

sea consists of two portions, in one of
In Brush Block.:: and old.
Office which the water Is lifted above the
DeLand, Florida.and Federal general average level of the surround
Will Practice In State
Courts. BOViL BAKINO POWDER CO.. I flEW TOBK. ing ocean and In the other Is depressed
below It These two portions form the
DR JOHN MACDIARMID, "crest" and the "trough" of the
GORGEOUS MALE ATTIRE. Strike at Hal..ea. respectively.If .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I The difficulty with most of u* \U to two or more sets of waves
Office over Fisher's drug store. ..". Aaaln sartorial Es"..... Ia\ learn to live sensibly and sanely. Ware caused to traverse the same surface
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.j; 2 to 4, Shy S.veat.entli Cttnturr.Conslilorliitf In danger of going to extreme \V as by dropping stones into still water
and 7 to 8 p. m.DELANO. the tray voiuuu arc ui.iI : either take life too seriously or 'WI for Instance, a complicated network of
FLORIDA.R. .. I ined In these Buys for their fondness dawdle about It like a lazybone The ripples Is produced. At certain point ::
tor plltlJle and lino linear It is lullu-r a thing is to strike an effective. middle the crest of one wave will\ coincide
-) G. A. DAVI3.PHYSICIAN shock to find that the sumptuary laws course. Most of UI nowadays' seem to with the crest of another, and the
SURGEON of the Plldt4're directed mainly regard It aa a great mill In which the will combine to form one crest of double
AND galiist mulu vxc'CdHes In tlio mutter of earlier we go to work and the later w. the height, the trough also being
"'<( DELANO FLORIDA. raiment. There Is, for 111 U1 nee, nn ordinance stay the better for all concerned. "Wt twice the depth. I
Office at residence Indiana avenue, l issued 1 by tile lord mayor/ and want to do great deed; to accumulate At other points the crost of one .
next to Conrt House. I I| common council of London In 1011 with a lot of money; to reform somebody 01 will full OD the trough of another, I
Office flours: 9 to 12. :II to 4, and 7 to 8. regard to the dress of 'prentices, who something Now, It la certainly wrong< <\ as the same particles of water [ I )
were in many canon the sons of wealthy not to be awake to our privilege a..d called upon by equal forces to move ( '
!MRS.\ VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. city ruvichuuts giilutiii "fieedoui of opportunities for work and not to ge opposite directions at the same .

1 the city" by uppiuiitlcuNliIp. It was joy out of doing something that will they will\ remain stationary, and ,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ordained In the proclamation: among/ make the world happier. But there lea surface will\ not be disturbed at
I I much else, that they should wear "no time to loaf and be glad< also. TnertI points. .
Office on East New York Avenue, I I \but lined, faced or tufted with velvet, I virtue In being a happy citizen at Similarly, as light consists of wa"' !
FLORIDA. silk or taffety, uor nny lawn builds well aa an active one. Life Is serious, In the ether, It has been shown
| nor lace edged;: collars nor any puka<1l1- but not so serious that we need go Fresuel that if one ray' be caused :
DR. A. S. MUNSON, lie or other support about the collars about with a sour countenance aid I fall half a wave length behind
of their doublets nor breeches or book of rule The wise man I I. the the troughs of one set of waves ::
PHYSICIAN.Office doublets of any kind of silk nor gloves one who bits a nice balance In Ms at combine with the crests of the other
HOMEOPATHIC garnished l with sliver or gold lace, velvet fairs who la neither wearisomely strenuous to neutralize one another, so producing :

Second Door South of Fisher's i, or silk nor girdles or garters or nor a flaccid shirk.-Wonoan'i till ether, or dark patches at :: I i
Drug Store. ,I shoe tics of silk or ribbon nor any rose Home Companion. particular points In the midst of I"I'I|I :
., OFFICE!: HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 or such like toyes at all upon the shoes surrounding light.A '
i and 7 1 to 8 p. m. or garters nor sleeves livid out \by a Herole.
DeLand. Florida. I framework of wire nor silk stockings History I* replete with' Incidents 01 Helpfal 1>>lrU. I'
----JOHN REEVE, nor)tPUlllllh! leather shoes nor any heroism and suffering by men whe There bad at first been six name
QR.. shoes with high/ heels nor the lialr dons. have been forced by circumstances to the list of candidates to be cent b : '
with any tufts or lacks, but cut closeD hoot a gun In the) Interest of thai popular vote from the little *eapo> .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I IOlfi'ce decent manner." countries. There I* hardly a parallel\ town to the great fair, but \
.-. however to the case of a member 01 the list bad dwindled for two of
In store recently occupied by
Dr. Mellette. Residence 4UW West the Fifteenth United Stated Infantrywho candidates went so far ahead of ,
New York Ave.DeLand CASTOR fell wounded during an engage the others that It became a farce to .
Florida. meat before Yangtaun In China. TIM tolD the other names. I
For Infant and Children. English: bad been shelling the village It was when affairs bad been at ,
U. D. BRACEY unmindful of tbe approach of the United point for three weeks aud .
DR. The Kind You Haw Always Bought State troops. One of their shell twenty-four hours of the time set
fell la tbe midst of the boy of th counting the last votes, that Miss Mattie :
{ DENTIST Bear the .d -', Fifteenth. One youth of eighteen bat Hawley met one of tbe i .an'I

McLaurlne Block Signature both arms and one leg blown off BI on the street"I |
Office second story and under thai said
regained consciousness don't know what to do,
Florida. i \
DeLap Otulnoaa."Is awful blistering sun for half an hour, Mattie with a distressed look in

VC'.USI COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. tin- boss> M IIIU to give you the while his lifeblood was ebbing away, eyes. "I want you to go and I
dictated a letter to his mother wltbou her to go so at last I bethought m
raise asked for? !
"Well you-ur. I'm afraid! to say I told ever wincing from the pain that wa how I could help you both. So I ::
S B. Wilson Bert Flsb, be racking him. When he died Captain Into Jones' and bought ten down cakeof
\him I thought my pay I
.Manager. Actuary. with the amount of work Patrick Mulay draped his body with an soap and put half the coupons
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American flag before continuing the for you and half for her. -
with )
Abstractors of Titles. I do and be promptly agreed (
ui ."-PlillnJelphla\ Press. march Into Yang-tsun. Companion. ,
10ft W.Indiana Ave.. DeLand Fla. .___ _____ _u_ !
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ALFRED HOWARD, Onions are a kind of all round good :
medicine and every housewife know
SURVEYOR e this without knowing way. She know r (
that a solid red onion eaten at bedtime :

DeLand, Florida. CONSTIPATIONCURED will by cold the;next she also morning knows break that the onions severest DISORDE. R I

CITY REAL ESTATE OFFICE OF BY make a good plaster to remove Inflammation !
and hoarseness. But she does

E. H. HAYWARD THEDFORDSBLACKDRAUGHT not know why. If any one wouU take In the fall of 1895 contracted that
an onion and mash It so aa to secure ful disease, Blood Poison It gained
Agency of the leading Fire Insurance all the juice In It he would hive e headway that I was forced to resign m >
Company. of America-The Aetna. most remarkable smelling substance position and seek relief at Hot Springs.Alter ) '
City property a Specialty. that would quiet the mOlt nervous person. spending all the means I bad I I ;;
Beoanse the liver Iineglected
No 808. Boulevard DeLand-Fla. e people ..u11'eewith The strength of It Inhaled for a to Memphis.: In less than three weeks l
and after nine week
in hospital
was a
constipation biliousness, few moment will dull the sense of
I suffering I was discharged as cured. \
headache and fevers. Colds attack smell and weaken the nerve until less than a month every bone in my bod
the lungs and contagious diseases sleep I* produced from iheer exhaus seemed to be affected and felt as if the ;
take hold of the system. It It safe ,tion. It all come from one property would break at the least exertion. : I
i"- to say that if the liver were always .possessed by the onion, and that I t. a I was compelled to resign, and I ,
kept in working order,
proper form of opium. to the hospital for a seven weeks .i
illxteu would be almost unknown. I
When I came out I was
.'Thedford'i Block-Draught i is so Th. ...l..'. ......,.. farming. When I first went on the farm: : :
e Seed. successful curing such sickness The modern term "butler' pantry" prevailed on the only firm who <
? because it is without a rival a* a mark the coalescence of two office drugs to get me one dozen bottles S. \
J tat.or.yl.Nsacoasr.. -- liver regulator. This great family formerly distinct when the butler, or S. At that time both of my hand :
aa..rl..nnngMw11as4vnlaaw..a, Dg medicine is not a stronir/[ and ," presided over, the buttery, broken out with hllstereand I was cover*
.. ace t.aa.N 1MMe. drastic drug but a mild and ("boteler. with bolls and wren In the \ I ;
.nI I healthful laxative that'cures oonstipation -' or "botelerle, and the "panter, of druggist had gotten two dozen bottle ;
t.j..d 117a aauNaa. r.I ,oaq.iderw.., and mr be taken by a ."pantler." over the pantry or bread 8. S.S. for me and I began ita use, .
a tnere child without possible) closet. Tbe duties of carver tewerana after taking the thirteenth bottle notor .
M.14lR1tY j1eteo1l. M1/t11. o .. cuptwanir were held to be very *or boil was visible R.B. l'owa.t.Eaat :
The healthful action on the liver honorable ones and could be dta- 9th St., Little Rock, Ark. ,
cores biliou.n_. It has an !invigorating charged by men of high rank JlDd.IDarellt diseases >> I '
affect the IdC Of all human .Contagion <
on le7I. establishments toe butler,, the : 't I 2
W.prompt! obtain U. 8. Mid VoralRii Because the liver and kidney do pun tier, the porter and the officer: **of Poison U the moat hideous and haleful.The l
not work regularly the poisonous victim i*tortured with eating \ ,
the several household department
.old* along with the waits from .all sores and abscesses, unsightly ;
PATENTS the bowel get back: into the blood ,bile each hi* own contingent of groom eruptions and other symptoms of the : :
and viralent contagion result. and yeomen.Marl. erable disease. S. S. S. ha been ;
Timely treatment with Thed- ; successfully: for nearly fifty year ;
Invention tor fwd *Black-Draught remove the *mt.lm.tfm '_wL Contagion I '
k..reporese11DEt VIARKS book, danger which link(in constipation ] Marie Antoinette' lace shawl wulehhe .1 Puison. It contains ,
"Sf"GA5NOWI liver and kidney troubles,and will! gave oa tbe scaffold, to her fattier no i
positively foratall the inroad ofheight's confesnor. tt. Abbe de .'On e, b rail potuL. or .
dUeaae, for which dis. The I mineral.Onr
lu existence. abbe, who emigrated. S '
in there i II treatment
sass adnnceRage.
loft It ul his death to the PrelateStrobaah give I
na cure. Ask your dealer for a th.I1IIP' !
lus Urealnn.. It has since pawed toma of that d
J.v BSo. package) of The -d'. BIackDMht :
r three
IF SlU U & r-Mis.MT UrTltttWASHINCTON.TJX ;- If tbrpugb the bnnd* two or ease. Medical "
clergyman and was finally presented. to I vice free. i, I ; ,
the' church at Xuunedorf by 1Tfc Swift SpMlflO Ceapuy AtlMta. 8 i,I i.
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Ip Somebody has playfully, remarked It appears from the latest news ALL OVER THE COUNTY health Mrs Noble continues to improve in ...:"... :.t.c.:: rrr.....:: :.ar......:.ccee...:.,,8'.C' : : c-e: :....:Er'rir:' :: ::.J L.
COUNTY RECORD bnt is not able yet to take her
that there is nothing sO from the Far East that Port Ar- place as organist at the church, and she t''

false as facts except 'figures. thur must now fall in a very IEMS OF INTEREST! WAFTED TO Is greatly missed in every way. iti WATTS & MILLER,

contendedthat few The Jape are in town, THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS The dance on Thanksgiving eve wasa iti
Entered in the Poe'.oftloe tt DeLand. Ph., Economists have long affair. About \>>
a* woond ola.. matter.B. and have a commanding view of CORRESPONDENTS. very pleasant twenty
as compared with Europeansthe couple present. The music by Messrs
people of. this country are the; whole place and the harbor.As Pierson.Mr -- Bnshnell and Winegar, was extra good. Iti HARDWARE FURNITURE $

E. PREVATT, Editor ft Proprietor. Mr Mace has received word that ,
: neither frugal nor saving but soon as they get their big: guns last itiiti
his Tangerines took first price and his
: are spendthrifts. Now comes in position they will make short Richard Jerkins and family I oranges/ second at the Tampa fair; just 111UNDERTAKING:
the Russian ship inside moved from this vicinity to McMeekin as we always said Lake Helen fruit is
{l' ,,, : The populist vote shows up the Bureau Statistics in Washington work of Monday last. hard to beat. ititi

, very small in the,; general re- j : estimating that there are7,80ii,4L3depositora the; harbor if they remain there Mr R H Ashley of Lake Helen spent '- iti LARGE AND COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE, FURNInitnre .

1 turns of the recent election held I J in the banks of Miss- Sunday here with his family also Orange City, TIN A and Everything for your home, the Brat and Latest in .titi j
Governor Charles Dillard of Volnsia Landing
was the Market and our prices are aa LOW AS POSSIBLE for We \\ti .
in this state. of the United States, with an issippi is one of the spectacular] here over Sunday. I I 'T'- itiiti. flue class of Goods we carry. Our Furniture Department is three
of $418 for each. In States. Contractor O H Merrlam of Daytona Miss Guernsey of Kent, Conn, is anew doors north of our Hardware Store, and when in need of anything in iti
east average characters of the Southern l is here his wife and daughter'' arrival at The Trues. lines will take in either
Miami, BOO( miles down the visiting ( .: onr we pleasure showing you through depart '
:. coast from Jacksonville still I England the average for each His harsh telegram to President his week at the home of her parents The Freeman's have moved into their itiiti ment. We have the goods :you need and will satisfy you or your \*'

'depositor i ia $87-only] a fourthas Francis of the St. Louis :Fair Mr and Mrs Peter Pierson. new house and are comfortably fixed. money back. lIjjIj
I' booms and is growing at a wonderful and Mrs S E Smith of this
!: Mr ploce
United States Careful Attention all Mail itiiti.
much. In the given Orders.
what about President Roosevelt's visitto enjoyed a visit from their son and Capt and Mrs Clark of Caribou Me, '
I rate. Who can tell the total bank deposits amountto that place] last week simply] anghter-ln law S T Smith and wife of are expected to arrive the last of this itiiti.! UNDERTAKING .! -:
will be in ten ? week, DEPARTMENT.
that city years Glen wood Thanksgiving till Sunday.
$37 head of popula- W
per the views of the
James Hughes/ a worthy young. man Mr and Mrs Philbrick arrived from Mr. J. A. Stith, a graduateof
Governor-elect Douglas, of tion. ernor of Mississippi\ and not the from Lake Helen was the appreciated Maine on Friday night and are stopping Hi one of the finest Embalming w. J
company. of his mother and best girl at The Trnes. itiHi Schools of the is in "I
into ] f that country
Massachusetts, will step views of the people or any
Tampa and its people are to be State. at this place Saturday and Snnday last. The Brewsters have had their pretty charge of this department and i.j.
another man's shoes on New i other Southern Miss T-iOftette Hagfltrom, one of our wlbter home decorated Inside, and have will rive prompt and careful
1 Year's Day. He the Re- congratulated the magnificent moat charming/ and attractive yonng christened it Brlarwood Hall. itiiti' attention to every detail of this iti'
says the the of the county want a ladies, has for the week been. viitit- work.
fair held there during: All people' pant Mrs. Freeman went to Cassadaga to I .
publicans of Massachusetts are I I two weeks. It was really Kood hard surface road from here to the lug friends relatives about. DeLand. pend Thanksgiving with her daughter, ,
past h,. Funeral i'VHi\
on their uppers, since their const. There is a great deal of travel I Mr Coleman Bishop the handsome, Mrs Spencer, and returned on Sunday Supplies
the only Fair that was a Fair, courteous business foreman for his with Mr
penl'er. I
and the coast, and such a
welting. between here Always in Stock.
cousin J J Bishop of bakersburg naval MIi
Probably It is
ever held in the state. has becorn- absolute necessity. reported on the street that our
for the Queen road; an of bonding stoma plant, attended the Baptist onion ew resident, Mr Vurney, has bought I ''''''''''',,,,,,......... "" ..". ._........". .fi1..". ...... ..... ..... .
; The travel to the South is roving this is just a starter We believe that if the matter meeting last week at Altoona. retnrn- he Coulter: store formerly used .as a '' .,.....::=::=::=::=::=.....::=::=::=::=::=' ::=::=._...::=....:-.=a..r::=.--.--.r
numbers City of the Gulf. She has showna the county to complete this road lug Thursday afternoon. drug store and lee, office.
earlier and in larger
were submitted to the people it would Mrs Anderson, the charming wife of Mr H L Ryland has charge of the '
and enterprise
this year than was ever known public spirit carry by a large majority. Mr Hans Anderson of this place, accompanied Street lighting department and a faith-
that will not down and future by her bright little son, departed ful he
before., And thousands of these : man is These luminaries are
and DeLand will, the coming; Friday for a month's outing automatic anl(0, out when the moon
Pairs of greater magnitude are Florida
people are coming South with the with relatives in DeLand. riHeR.
intention of investing and locating bound to follow. And people] winter feel the effects of the era of Mr J D Bunch), his beautiful wife and There was railroad accident last JEWEL
from Tampa now th'atthey prosperity> prevailing throughout sweet little girl of J"ssnp. Georgia/ iiindav evening, caused by the breaking
away ,
country In the increased number of were in these parts last week ciri'nla- of a lever of the locomotive, near
see what success has crowned the ourists. that will be with us this season ling among hIs relatives here and! atDeLand. the curve at East Orange City; which

t Several magazines,have asked first lTort will take greater. inter When prosperous. the people of accompanied. Mrs them J J Bishop to DeLand.Bakerabnrg caused, some delay. ''I II STOVES AND RANGES

future event. It will feel like traveling and will Oranges have been shipped North so
t ex-Pension Commissioner> Wareto est in any the North Corporal. Harry Harper of West Pier-
fast that the, market has
write a poem giving his views herp not only Tampa in the end come to the balmy:.air of Florida to son a whole-Honied knight of the with immature fruit, and the been price glntted has keep on saving all winterand
the of the cold of their matrimonial trout who is held in good
Florida] escape rigors dropped down, so that this week there
but will help South will have
of office-holding-in-Washington, every own section. esteem by the lads here. is much disonnolate will not bn so many shipped out, you somethingmore
with in the matter of new now because his best girl is than a pile of ashes and
r but coupling the request'' county cap-
Hurrah I We have some street lamps
tailing friends In Lake Helen. ball burned coal to show for
shall ital and settlers coming within The pretty DeLand booklet is being They are brand new. They shine forth
the condition that cone new That Irea Beeves your money in the Spring time.
bnatling planter of jI
l ssned from the press of the Fainter from several. corners and internectlonsf
i tain words that cannot their borders. East PlerHon, has raised and housed 600
no properly Printing; Co., and being distributed bushels of marketable sweet potatoes our streets. The ladies of the VIA GENUINE JEWEL STOVESbearing

be put,in print. throughout the country. It is an artistic this year; Deputy Sheriff J G Cede has ere entitled to much credit collecting
.1 The Record has for a long time little booklet.contaiuing scenes about also milled\ and boiled 100 gallons of the money and having them set np. I the above trade mark,

President and Mrs. Roose advocated the contsruction of town and information, that the people splendid cane syrnp. W H Stone did Messrs Wm, and Chas Anders, with I Ii BURN all the coal you put in
their wives arrived on Wednesday and
the grinding. I II them and get out all the heat
velt and party visited the St. good, hard roads throughout the > would like to learn about DeLand Among the pleasing and mont delightful will be the guests of Mrs 8t John. They the coal contains. That' why
and and has seconded heartily and vicinity. To r-1\hyor> O. F. Fish / will be pleased when they see the splendid we say they are
Louis Fair last Saturday were county, entertainments given at this place of fruit on their
IB due credit for the work he has last week crop orange groveIn
great the dinnerand
was Thanksgiving
accorded an enthusiastic recep- the efforts made by our coun- the eastern Dart of the town
dine In having this beautiful booklet reception' !given by Mr and Mrs FUEL SAVERSand
tion. The president has now been ty commissioners to make better l ssned. Last summer he alone took the Peter Pierson of East Pierson to a spec- --

invited to visit New Orleans roads. The board has accom- matter up, got bids from job offices as \al Every company one admired of friends and and was relatives charmed G lenwoo soon pay for themselves In reduced fuel

and Mobile] the invition being; plished a great deal with the lim- to the cost of the booklet and accepting with Mrs 0 H Merriam's beautiful new bins ask about You Jewels are Invited to call and see anti
for the bid of the E. O. Painter Printing; elections of organ mnsic and song. Mr Talmadge returned to Michiganlist
at their
extended by the Boards of Trade ited means disposal week, after spending a few days at
no. of this place .as the lowest, $350, Industrious deserving Nels Fierson. Mr Mann's.Mr THEY COST NO MORC THAN COMMON STOVES
and Chambers of Commerce of the but the tax
purpose, who has for a long time conducted
the respective cities. fly collected goes but little way went to work to raise this sum in by subscription I successful holiday pAlm, holly and Harrison U painting the church WATTS & MILLER, Agents, DeLAND, FLORIDA
and he succeeded getting palmetto fans church decoration bnsi- something; that has been badly neededfor
I I in the construction of the systemof the; amount and put the printing officeto ness from this place to New York and some time.

I '. Senator Lodge vehemently de- roads needed. Good roads area workat: once. Mr. Fish Is one of the Brooklyn, supplying abont 80 churches Mr Maun returned borne after spending .
citizens DeLand baa. Is now as busy as a bee f filling; an order two weeks at Tampa looking. after
that talk most enterprising
month to
clared a ago any blessing to the people and
for 12.000()()( pounds He sent forward Volnsia Co exhibits
of reciprocity with Canada was their horses and mules and a He has given this work_ __ a great deal of 2.000 pounds Friday. Mrs Pierson has Mr H M Wright of Lee Center Ill's, WILLIAM KOLMON,
nIB time, end IB now seeing 16155 the barge; of the packing and marking arrived last week to spend the winter
"an insult to the administrationat advertisement for the
better booklet Is distributed to the best of Capt Frank Carlile of West Pierson with his wife and daughter at Mr Pealer in New and Second Hand Furniture
Washington". But since a county can not be had. People advantage throughout the county. has his household increased bye young Pomroy's. ,

Democratic shoemaker was elect- like to invest their locate -- -- permanent visitor. While the family Rev West preaches every Sunday;
money, National W. C. T. U. Convention. and some, friends were delightfully enjoying 10 a m; S school at 11; Junior Endeavorat DeLand and Orange City, Fsla. Yi
ed governor of Massachusetts and build up homes in a county ; Thanksgiving Thursday eve- 8 p m, Y peE at 7 p m.. preaching I II i

I '. Lodge roars 'you as gently as a which shows such progress and Editor Record minx Dr George Kerr of Alhambra at I Are you in need and expect> to purchase furniture and general house ;
I am now listening to Mm. Stevens'annual Grove, called in and left a pretty bright Delightful could ask
/ weather, no one hold goods for your home) If so visit either: one of my stores-DeLand ,
: suQkjng'jjqye ,.and has :actually. enterprise. Wherever counties address. We are in the Baptist little ten pound baby boy. The Dr re-, for better the last of Nov; just cool! or Orange City-and get my prices and inspect my Stocks. The Best !
\ announced: that Congress may have bonded for good roads the Temple which is reported to seat 8000 ports mother and baby doing flue Mr enough to be refreshing.and. no frost to I Bargains on the market. New Stock in and the: goods and the price I
possibly I 'consider the subject. it. I people. Will you believe me when I W H Powell Is B times a grandfatherand Injure anj thing. will suit you or your money back. I have just the good you need.
They all is well.
people regret
Mr and Mis Conditt are expected this My Second Hand Goods Departments at both stores, are complete,
I quickly see what a great factor tell yon that nearly every seat is filled That /grand old veteran of the cross ot week from Chicago They come to look and some rare Bargains can be had in these departments. I buy and I
There- ,this morning It is true. Hundreds of Christ, Rev Isaac C Bishop of Bakers after their crop of oranges. Their sell second hand household goods Don't forget to give me a call.
i area a good many rea- these good roads are to. induce I burg, who despite his 88! has
delegates and thousands of visitorsIt years grove reminds us of 10 years ago.
sons .why Congress should peoole] to locate and invest their is a wonderful !gathering! How ]I often told his heart, soul and body in H J Sproul shipping fruit from Mrs WM. KOLMON, LeLand\ and Orange City.

{.. promptly make overtures of money. Volusia should bond for do wish all of you could look over this the willing Master's!to spend work and and be even spent now in the is Trowbrfdge's his< groves R B Sproul is I'J
passing time making boxes which I la
I' reciprocity with Canada. Our good roads. It is the only way meeting. Yon would be proud that you, cause to which he baa already given his doing very well for one that will be

l. relations should 'be 'much more we can get; the system of good too all von temperance people of grand youth preached.]and.a fine stalwart sermon in manhood.the Methodist He ninty years' old Dec 3rd ....._..........._. ......._._._._......._._......................_._. .
intiutate.thanpthey, ,areuIt is roads the county that we "dry" Volnsla, are a part of snch a noble church at this place Monday afternoon Mr Graham and family from Ottawa, e:: eeo: : e-: eoc-: :
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army of workers for the cause of The splendid service was largely attended Ill, arrived the 17th. The family. will m
probably( not" generally known need. The tax ,would copse light righteousness tt ns appreciate our ; Miss Mary Harper presided at the spend the winter with Mr Graham' If/ Never Before m
thafo'hTy two other nations iti the and! ably furnished the rnnslo. parents Mr and Mrs Hlccox. Mr Graham .
the organ
pn tax payers, especially privileges of standing for those principles started for home the 2e h. U;
the, }V4rJd.JlUY.; as much,. (us"as small tax The corporations ( that make our homes safe, our The following young folk enjoyed a jlJn
payer. delightful evening Sunday last at the Mr Wright a lot of men employed m Have we carried a more
Canada does, while among pur. and large monied interests country beautiful in Its liberty and pleasant, comfortable spacious homeof putting up the oranges from the

i chasers'"':of. :,our manufactured would" most'of the tax'while open hospitality and our character Col E A and Mrs Farrell!: Ida C H Norris & McAhee groves, three team Complete Stock of m"f'
pay hauling steady for several days and not
noble. Let us appreciate this, yes, be Merriam. Mrs Jake Harper, Misses .
\ goods she stands'the very first. the farmer, fruit grower all proud of it, and not only be a part of it Bessie Fnren, Mary Harper Margaret near fruit.throngb yet, and It is nice looking ,ii FURNITURE ,

small tax would' be the but force in It. Montgomery/ from Pennsylvania, MIR u '"
payer a
Josephine Jenkins of Kentucky and< The ladles are cleaning the church n, m(
The DeSoto' County News' has most benefitted. The large tax Lust night was given to the Nations Miss Mary Cad Then the prompt today. The new endeavor singing Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best 't\
t issued a South: Florida Fair edition payers are found almost unani Women a banquet by the Loyal Temperance squad of honor Capt W H Hill of books came a tew day ago, BO if they that is made. We want to take yon through this department ;
Eld ridge. Commander Inspector J L keep on things will be in better order q t., ,,
Legion-the Senior Legion, of: of our Store You will flnu the goods you want and .
form and it is
pamphlet mous in favor of securing the Bailey, Lieut A O Harper Jake A about the church than it Las been for at price that
Pennsylvania and it was a banquet and 111, m
E Harper Eugene; Pierson George L some time.
credit to that to Arcadia
a 'to'DeSoto paper, money for good roads by bonding. a great day in temperance annals. Eight Harper and Harry Harper. The eve Mrs Geddes and three children arrived !P" CAN'T BE DUPLICATED !m 1 ,
and County. It is pro- With a good, hard road from hundred and fifty were seated and many ning was spent most delightfully.;! Capt last week from Toledo. Ohio, to i'1. V
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illustrated and in it Hill and Mrs Merriam entertained the look her " " '
fusely are Osteen to Seville on the St. Johns more were present! and this the night after groves and pinery here;
before the convention opened. company with several fine selections of also for her oldest son's health. His .
i found splendid write-ups of the side, from Ormond to Oak Hillon How prond I was of our boys and music on Miss Eula's elegant piano health failed while in Italy studying Undertakers and Embalmers ji

different sections of that couuty, the coast side,from DeLand to They also enjoyed some excellent songs music. Ho he came home to rest a year -
Could DeLand and
girls! only boys girla The sab-district school at this place i III aid try Florida air and sunshine. They ,
II lejfting'thie: '? 'public know,what':can sOme point on coast, the popula- have seen this meeting and heard even kept up to an excellent standard and ia are boarding at H J Sprout' until they; Full Line of Fine Goods

!. l be uojxe, there in the' matter; of tion and wealth of Volusia would one of the speeches byjthese: larger boye under good and wholesome rules and get their house finished on their grove. ; Always on hand.
fruit and vegetable growing and girl., they would clamor for a Legion discipline, hot on account of the press Mrs Kosbro, Mrs Geddes' mother, 1 Ie ')
; double in five It would
years. of work shipping the orange crops and coming after holiday to spend the rest ,
farming, stock .and ;other interests bring thousands of people to the at once. Here it is a badge of honor "tobelong" /grinding the sugar cane it has of the winter with them. m J. F. ALLEN & CO. )
.. : to these temperance Legion diminished a little numerically. Miss '
county as permanent residents, The arrangement of the banquet were Bes-ie Fnren. our prompt faithful (

who would .help] in the develop- all made by the young people, ttte mnsic worthy teacher is sure going ahead and FOR SALE. .I'r.r.r ..........,.,._.........-..........._........................... ...._. .
,Mr.\ John 'Temple Graves is mentor the resources_ of our county the speeches were all by them. making We can it boast interesting of good and behavior prosperous and ,e:: ecc: : -:eo:eo: c-: cc: :: :: -:ceo: :eo:c-:ce: :: e-: ,:,'

giving advice, which, if followed, and share in the expense these Ton will not want, long letter, and hustling study. Following is the las One complete bedroomsuit.

:, may leave the democratic party roads would cost of course I have no'real convention week's character honor roll to Monday '.__ ... .. .. $20 00. ..... ... .... ........ ..... ..... ..
matter to report, but I wanted. you afternoon Nov 28: Reynolds and Enla
; stranded. lie wants all the gold Farrell. Aaron Lntie, Ivory and One nice desk. 12.00
q should have a greeting while we are insession. Mnrry uu

,. bugs, all who believe in the A 'woman in Pittsburg has Hall.. Annie Rudolf, ,Frank Hilma Eva and and Arvid Mae Peterson. Min- One side saddle, .. 5.00, SAE.| E. W. BOND CO y

policy of' protection- who be. filed] suit for divorce against the I haven little of thacity as yet and chew Charlie Smith Robert Florence One lot 27 1-2 acres, with .
none of the Deland friends. And I have and Herbert Bennett, John Bradhaw, buxes fruiton W .
?t. li vein.oholding.our possessions old nand other things 5 acre grove 100 $
m among Manufacturers of
: not frozen yet. The weather is pleas lasso Powell, Levine Jerkina, Lena ;:t tT
i r in the Philipinesto march bodily alleges that he ia a Democrat.But ant. Yesterday people were saying Frankie Maggie, Mettle Eugene; and trees; '5 rom cottage.S. n

'. into the,,camp, of the the re- isn't that the very reason "isn't it bitter! but I havn't minded It Dartis.Edna Pierson: Ax<*l Hugstrom, Addle! M. Morse, Orange Box Material, Pineapple Crates Peachy i ."

.,' publican party and all who be- why lovely] woman should clingto much. Miss Margaret L Montgomery a | Crates, Orange and l Peach Baskets Straw-
I Florida and DeLand
lieve in the things Tom Watson him in his desolation and am advertising most charming accomplished young Orange City.Fla.] i
Jnat answered tt._ young men whet n__ dfunta ...___.. lady of Emporium Penn is visiting Mr | berry Baskets etc. ?
advocates to bodily march unto awful lonesomeness. brother to go to an equable climate and Mrs Jake Harper at their comfortable ---- -.--..---- --. .--'---'---.---.

the camp of the populists. lias I I tell every one there la no place like home arrived on Bishop Wednesday avenue. Miss last Montgomery week- Insure with us. y 5 Orders Filled Promptly. .and-shipped>Anyr< ;
Mr.Graves considered if his advice It would be of great benefit to DeLand. t-4 *
MINNIE: E. NEAL. and she will likely spend the winter Now la the tIme ;S: where. 1,: ', V ., V. JJ
is followed how many would orange growers: of Florida if the Philadelphia. NOT. Mth. with her old friend Mrs Harper.) Thet..o '. '. .

be left to keep tile fires blazing Times-Union, with its superb tel Mast Hare That Bo.d. chums. ladies having are former both attended school and the college Young Spot cash for losses. 'J" Address It' ** *;

in the,democratic l camps- ?-Ocala egraph service, would give daily We mean a good hard road between Mrs Ladle's Harper University and Miss of Penusylvania Montgomery, U should be protected. 5 THE E; W., BONDit::,: 4'

n.-. mer.-- reports as to the condition the here and PeLand. Only twenty-fiv with a large party of friends, took a D you Insured? a .
> \ orange markets the large citiesof miles between Daytona and DeLand, very delightful outing on Lake George company reliable. Lake Helen, ; Fla. W Wa
efy The action of in lend- and the 8t Johns River Friday ao Every ""1. W
Congress the North. two of tb* most beautiful places in
companied by Miss Mary Harper, in the
: ing $G5Oo,000'to; the Louisiana Florida.' There U no telling what a Harper brothers pretty home-boat. On Wheu does your policy expire? t.FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFaFFFFFFFFFFFFFFi3Ii idlttitrl ,

Purchase. Fair in St. Louis has I The closing year has probably highway like this would develop, outside the trip up to old Indian Teepee in

been justified after 'all.. .A'good brought, to' the people .of. the of the convenience It would be to large Lake county number the of ducks lads shot, marsh and bagged hens and a |la your policy In force? BOND
resident going to the county Mat Telephone number sixteen. LUMBER ? :
twrt many. regarded:f 'it as. foolishgenerosity United States. the greatest': prosperity / on big snipe. Miss Montgomery is delight COMPANY
business it in
would winter be In a ed with the two sister towns and the INSURANCE AGENCY.

;"'and .a,. lunip. ,..sum.of in' the :history bi' the perfect whirl with tonriaU In their antomobilea beautiful climate of Pierson and Empo- HON Will quote you prices and supply yon from their yards near the'depot at ttoLftl.. oJ
'' money,.lost. St.. Louie has now country., The farminp; !chaiseshave'been and other vehicles out for ria.little She la fast. making friend in both will find us at with the best cypress and yellow, pine .. .
I cities. The folk are much delighted \U
rfepu.idth last. Installment of_the especially blessed with oleasnre. Again, citizens in that pore to have her among them. The two Lumber Flooring Ceiling 'TarnindSHINGLES
I lion of would be In Stetson and DeLand.Thanksgiving.. Mouldings
j government, loanji! Its pledge is good cropsand they ,,have' sold! our county easy ladies take a drive among the orange -
access to our beach aud families here groves every afternoon. i
rbdeemed'Ito''i'great'eied1t! < ;' : : I them at paying prices. could ntilixa, .Stetson! University by --- : LATH. ETC. "" v ?' ,

..The' attendance, at the' Fair is i J The presentcorneropof United ending their children to sohoool at a Lake Helen,. Service.' All Lumber. Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere Um\ ''JTH ;.. _

;, ." ,'fuldugtofr; butlthae"mai; ( !;[ q')u rV;;1 I; bin caving of expense: Onr people !.
Statewill.sell fora sufficient l-
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sum Mrs Westlak
1 visit
enjoying from
would :
become better
.,tIIanrp&Idas; an vel'tlainI.en.. }::. to &i off the national debt whereas.also acquainted her sister.'The I: \NotlCF. ;PiPe' fi"ng.rTirV! .roofing,' Gut

',t rprieddndvjll,; e.p.\fttlrl1: : .with millions..of. dollars,j left ovOr.C ,. stranger now The they country are between. Comparative here arrived manager of the Harlan,'with., hi. Notion 3 Islimbv 1U0.1, the III u v..J."d. rnl,.;.t.iinl',on MondnvJmriarj salne.. ECCLES ''terlOJr dQwe119 andtanks

t. ,t tg to'iw promoters! J' The -- --- -- and DeLand would settle up, connectIng help on Tuesday. forth* benedt of creditors. or R. I. Smith rep : mpumade,
Miss Chlsholm spent her Thank- will apply by petition to the Honorable
,I ', jM4e:.t-t.! thlesolvenoyp; it :tOoveruor-eleclj Brows.nl, 'flt both plaen. Everyone knows the giving with friend in Ttnpa. .J Minor a Jones, Judie or the ilraultCour to' order,. '!Repaipng: off allTinsmith

., "... rage..Oottgresa. to.back.'upifcatre !. leased a -three-story brick4repi-,: vital"Importance been dionuod of this Now road; it ha Mr Well I is back from Miami, when 01 lor\he letter ttonntb of dlsohamo Judicial. us circuit such ..of.III'D.! T.,or..:d. & Plumber. kinds, Satisfaction guaranteed, ... ." '

," ",, -.. .t ,.rirl9'of> the ort.;: ,1 S dence, at Tallahassee.;., ,work.-Seabrers lone.* 8 broese., let's get. to he AMocUtion.ha been attending.l' the Indian" ..River I wvra..o.. THOMPSON, Inclia'hif n rl
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Fresh Garden Seeds at G. W. Fisher Dr. Lancaster has been quite sick the Not only DeI.an--fining np early 'The ,growing of the Japanese cane for- tl

STORE: NEWS ._ New writing papers at Brill's. Also past week. with winter visitors, but oar neighbors J.syrup Is getting to be quite an Industry 10

new hosiery. New crop Onion Seed, Bermuda, at Orange City: ,, Lake Helen,, Glenwood about DeLand. The HodgkJns sugar ;,,,' .

THE IVPOBTANT NEWS' ITEMS OF December term of the criminal court G. W Fisher's. and DeLeoa Springs) are preparing\ to mill is working op the crops and there i,'1

THE PAST WEEP.Loe.l :: meets Tuesday week. Money to loan on gilt edge security entertain a fall house.. I will be thousands of gallon made. ;,,1)4lei'

ana Bucuty Item far tb. P.OI>|.'. just Beautiful received new at Brill's Japanese China goods Address Mrs. M.Lock A. Box Thnrsby 261, DeLand.of Orange City -- -_. ..!(..Ii

G G. A k DHEKA A & CO Pp..--BrUf Mention of :F.ctl. M Attorney Bobbins of Titnsville, was was shopping in the city Wednesday.

B_n by our Reporter. at Mr.DeLand E. D.the Spencer first of of the Camp week.Caasiula-,office.fashionable Bring Fine your type.job stationery work to and The the Itooord latest Gents Furnishings and Shoes r

I Last month of 1004. ga was in town on Wednesday.Tbe .
The orange shippers have many of
W. S. Taylor, Denltst. DeLand High School resumed I the laborers at work in the t.,

q., New school stationery at Brill's. Monday, having adjourned over groves and packing houses orange I 1\\ "I,

GOOD VALUES Dr. Mellette'e Remedies at Allen's. Thanksgiving. ? Mr. J. H. Gentry, one of the best Bath Robes
The tourists DeLand Home Made Cakes will be sold at the mechanics of the town, baa gone into ."
are flocking
Christmas Salo to be held at the Put. the contracting business II
feat Smoking Jackets
Darn, Thursday Deo. 8 Miss Maole Emery; returned Sunday ;

That's Our Argument. supplies.FtHher. has the school books end school A number of orange buyers and solicitors from Jacksonville, where she spent II Fancy Vests '.'

for commission houses can be Thanksgiving with friends. ,< .
The popular Waverly U filling up soen at DeLand this. season. County Treasurer Vluzivnt gettingup 'I White Vests i

f \ The Best VALUES to be had in De- with winter guests The orange growers are patting banks his bond to be approved by the !" i ..

Mrs. Jordan. bas been quite sick at oC dirt about the orange trees as a pro. Commissioners Monday. It is for 928* Ii Boys' Waist '
Land; that's what we are prepared to her room at Melrose Hall. tection from any possible freeze. 000. ""

demonstrate. We have over two hun- The present week has given as some Did yon' ever see so many strangersin Father Cnrley, of Ireland'Is the new ,4// i Boys' Sweaters ,t ti
gennine ideal Florida weather.Air. town BO early in the SI11\8on' They and regular minister of St. Peter's ,

dred Patterns of O. F. Lukens was In town from come to remain with as until spring. church.o'clock. Preaching every Sunday at 11 ,i Boys' Clothing:

Orange City the first of the w ek. Fountain's Gent's. Furnishing and Shoe o

The merchants will soon begin displaying Store Is carrying a very stylish\ line of The county commissioners\ and members Qi j No Name Hats

Domestic and Imported Woolens their beautiful line of Christ !roods this season. Sew change in his of the school board will hold their I
mas goods. ad this week. regular.wonlhly session next Monday q i! Stetson Hats

and Tuesday s
Furnished rooms for rent at Mrs. F. Mr. Thomas Holbrook, who has beenat R
Of all kinds fOI"Winter I Miss Margarett Woodall entertaineda i Hart Schaffner &
.. L. Moffatt'a on Rich avenue, near College DeLand the past month looking after number of little friends Saturday

Arms. bin interests here returned to New afternoon, celebrating tbe fifth anniver : Marx Clothings
Suitings Capt. 8. V. Hugh returned the first York the latter part of the week.E. sary of her birth. !

of the week from a bnainew! trip to E. Ropes ban sold his. little house Your attention is directed to the ad. r.

Jacksonville on Alabama Ave. to Mr. Cairns. lie I vertlsement of the Greenleaf & Crosby

Miss Onilda Voorhls was the hostessat had to move it out the fire limits or paya 'Co., on another page. It is the largest

At all prices. It will not cost you any- the meeting of the Spinsters la...t Hue of $43i. lie disposed of the house jewelry house in the state

thing: to see what we are offering.PRICES. Friday afternoon Mr. Underhill who has. a son attend Dr. and Mrs. Hnnter, who wera bere AT FOUNTAIN'SJ.

Dreka & Co. are out with a new delivery ing Stetson was in town from Lake last season, arrived today from tbe

wagon, turned out at the Hodgkin Helen Wednesday. He Is from Canton, Northern home, and will be at Dr.
Ohio, and spends his winters at Lake -
Wagon Shope. Henry Carson's for the season. -
Wanted-Office Boy Good wages Capt D. P. Graves and Mr. F. H.
Black and Blue Brilliantine 02 1-2 cts to $1.50 the yd Mr. and Mrs. George E. Davis arrived
and permanent job to right boy. Applyat Fiuney were in town Thursday from
Green and Brown Mixed Suitings 75; cts to $1.50;) the ydCashmere Telegraph ofllce. from their summer home at Lawrence, H. PAXTON
Orange City. They returned last *eek:
) in all colors, 2;i rte to 41.oO the yard Mr. S. B. Wilson was up from Jack- M_., Tuesday and are once more In from their summer home at Eau Claire, ,
their pleasant DeLand home on East
sonville over Sunday last, visiting Mrs.
Call on us. Rich Ave. Wis.Mrs. .
Wilson and the children. Sewell P. Hays entertained the Cleaveland Block, DeLand.
:Mrs. F. Moffatt will\ take dress.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Marrfaon who up Cranford Club this week and Mrs.

G. A. DREKA & CO. have been visiting friends in DeLand, making again this winter and she wishes Happersette was hostess at the meeting ..."".."....".."""....""............"""...."".
the ladies to call on her, us. she will give of
: returned this week to Jacksonville. the Cherokee Club Thursday after
them perfect satisfaction. Residence Fresh Packed Goods
Phone 77.The. The Atlantic Coast Line is now givIng Rich avenue. noon.Mr. ,
I LeSeur Ganklen, who hag been
os a superb passlnger service. Two Mr. Dreka has of
George most
daily and a night train from the North. attending school North, has. returned The Market.
the week on Huntoon Inland." He Is home. He had of lllneas Best in the
a spell
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Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Harrington of having a wharf built from which to
North and
I came home as soon an be
Iil ttLSf tl. Vermont, will spend the winter at De- load bin oranges from tbe Hnntoon could travel. I am now receiving and opening my Fresh Packed Canned

Land. They have rooms at Mrs. Hodg grove to the Clyde Steamer. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Cole and Mr. Goods of every description, all from standard houses which

: kin's. The Christmas Sale, given by the Cole's sister Mrs. Julia Heath will arrive send out only standard articles, and if not as representedyour

Arms Jim Erickson paid Daytona business Epworth League of the Methodist from Chicago today to spend as money back. Canned Fruits and Vegetables carefully

College visit the first of the week. Jim is one church will be held in the Parlors of they have for many years, the winterat selected and of the 1904: gather.
of the successful business men of Volusia. DeLand.
the Putnam Thursday, Deo. 8. Dressed
Dolls will be a special feature of this For Sale or Rent-Fine, commodious, A Fresh Line'of Cereals,

Mr. Oeo. W. Bristol returned the first Sale. comfortable,dwelling, Geissinger Place
DeLAND, FLORIDA Breakfast Foods, Biscusts, Fancy Crackers and Cakes, right;
of the week from Oswego, N. Y. whither opposite College Arms. All modern
Invitations have been Issued to the
he from the Factories, and the .best you ever had, carefully selected
went to accompany the remains improvements. Not furnished. A bargain -
marriage of Miss Anna Ethel the foster
I,of his father. to the right parties.. to for my trade and warranted fresh and crisp.
daughter of Judge and Mrs.J. Lee Mc. Apply
for Guests December 20
Silas B.
Opens Wright,
,; The popular Putnam House openedon Crory, to Rev. John E. Mickler at the agent.Mr. Line of
the first for the season nnder the Methodist Episcopal Church South at 4 and Mrs. L. T. Goodwin arrived My Fancy GroceriesWill :

management of Mr. Ward Gould and o'clock Tuesday afternoon, December from Lynn, Mass., the latter part. of the
mother week and are occupying their pretty be found complete, and no better goods, of a higher
Under the management of JOHN a. HOLLAND, owners. th. winter home on Minnesota Ave. They standard, ever went into the homes of the DeLand people,

at present manager of the BLUB: MOUNTAIN LAKE Fancy Articles, suitable forChristmas The Oaks is now open for 1004-'03. have been coming to Florida for many and I want you to call and inspect these goods I offer to the
presents, at reasonable prices, will be Every room In the house has been people, give me an order and you will continue to have the
DeLand their winter
HOTEL, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, (Adirondack on sale in the Parlors of tbe Pntnam on thoroughly renovated, and many improvementa years Louie., making goods thereafter sent to your home.

next Thursday afternoon. have been made. The
Mountains. For rates and other information
) Mr. W. D. Stark, Traveling Passenger -
Mr. W. M. Clifton: one of the progressive patrons of The Oaks will find it up' to Honest Goods, Full WeightCareful Attention, Prompt Delivery
before November 15) to Mr. Holland Agent of the Atlantic Coast Line,
apply ,
farmers and cattlemen of the Its usual standard in looking after the -
was here the first of the week in the
Blue :Mountain Lake, N. Y. ; after that date MR. Spring Garden section, was at the comfort of its guests. interest of said road. Mr. Stark has Phone 79 J. H. PAXTON.
business.Mr. Mr. Cunningham, who has been
HOLLAND can be addressed at county Tuesday on been with the A. C. L. for many years. .
J. A. Vansant and at clerking tbe past. year or two in the
family : He is a hustler, and one of the most
Camden N. J. this weekand grocery department at G. A. Dreka &
leased, telegraphed home or Co., left Thursday for Tampa where popular railroad men in Florida. The '2.....-......._._...... ............_...-....... ......,;:,, :;;a
THE COLLEGE ARMS for the wintar the Record acknowledges. a pleasant call : =- : =- : ; ._ : ___ ..J
he in store there. (7S:: = ::s:::s = := :::1... := __ .
Mrs. G W. Mathis on East Indiana accepts a position a from him
He is. succeeded at Dreka's by Mr. (1\
'. DeLand, Florida Mr. Henry Lencke, representing the
Ave.Get \
u1I1 \,
Broomhead, recently of Boston.
Christmas advertising into School Books
your Peters Cartridge Co. of New York,
The Record. You can let all the people Milton Bryan, former County Judge having the two Carolina's, Georgia and ')

of DeLand and of the county know of this county, and Mr.Jits.' A. Menefee, Florida for a territory was at DeLand wAND

wnat have for sale through its former clerk in the Volnsia County h
you tbe first of the week the guest of his rjm )

The steamer DeBary of the Clyde St. METHODIST!! CHURCH. SOUTH. column Bank, went out West, and both were old friend Hon. Frauk E. Bond. He is. ajSchool

Johns River Line, was grounded In thi-1 Mr. F. M. Forbes of Kalamaxo, elected at the recent election to the interested with Mr.\ Bond in a tract ol 't'

river just sooth of Beresford last Near corner: Itlch Avenne and llonte., Mich., who spends hie winters at De legislature the former in Oklahoma 30.000 acres of wild land which they Supplies jjjAT

day on her return trip to \ s..tur.I' .,ortl-lostor8' !Study ilmrch. Lend,,is having built a winter home ont Territory, the I latter in Indian Territory.Mr. propose to convert into a game preserve.Mr. t .
Preaching morning and evening a Voorhis Ave Contractor J. H. t if
she A. J. Kempton, wife and two
Jacksonville ,
Tbe City of as
and Mrs. F. E. Bond were at
usual hour Sunday. Prayer meeting
every has the contractMr. of Addison have f f 1 \Ai"f'
daughters Michigan,
up, succeeded in netting her off. In : Wednesday, evenings 7.30: Tampa tbe latter part of the week -- -
tbe mean tijue, however, the passengers Sunday school 10 a. m. Edward Fitzgerald, returned Sun t taken up winter quarters at "Palm I,taking in the South Florida Fair Mr. \fJ.

were transferred in email boats to the I Junior and Senior Epworth Leagueat I day from St. Augustine, where he had Villa" on the Boley place east of town. Bond says the Fair eclipsed anything of .rf
Del tord station where they boarded. 3 and 6:80: p. m., respectively. been _two weeks' under Dr. Worley's He is a publisher of twenty years experience :; JJ5( G. W. FISHER'S
{ You are invited to attend all these I the kind ever held in the State, that the f
all Atlantic Coast. Line train for Jacksonville I, services. J. E. MICKLER. Pxstor. treatment for appendicitis. Fortunately and expresses himself as well exhibits of fruits, vegetables, farm pro

The DeBary sustained little I'I --- he bad no operation performed.Mr. pleased with this city its people and ducts aud live stork were Indeed a J.f ., .__.__.__.__., ....., .__.---.o1fI!!!., ., ._., .__.-.t..Ji.eW.A.ALLENGCO.

damage, and baa resumed her regularV. At First 31. E. Church. W. W. Scarlett, of Dnn'a Agency, cliur i. credit to the whole State! of Florida, .cte e eC'e e .:o.

Geo. J. The Florida State College boys defeated exhibits that the of
I The Pastor will\ preach' at the FirstM. Baltimore, and brother of A realy opened eyes
___ the Stetson team at a game of the people.On -
E. church next Snnday at 11.. m. Scarlett of Cincinnati, spent\ a few days
school 10 at DeLand this week. Ua Is interested foot ball at Tallahassee last Friday Tuesday, at 10 a. m., James Mc.
and 7.80 Snnday at a.
: p. m.
H. VOORHIS, m; Junior League at 8 p. m; Senior In the large Scarlett groves north ol The several fumbles by the home team Lnsley Paxton, the infant. son of Mr,
the city. lost them the game. The Stetson boys and Mrs D. B. Paxton, was solemnly
Epworth League at 0.4.1p.m.: AH are
Dentist, cordially invited to attend these servlcee. Go to E. H. Hayward, agent for report the Tallahassee team as an baptised at St. Barnabas'. church by the Druggists and Jewelers.
especially strong one, and the boys are Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray D. D. A
Gross Block, DeLand, Fla. five room house, nearly new, with twoacres.
... well trained. good :Beaatl-!
-- City water and cistern. On Minnesota congregation was present.
Bonn: 8.80 to 12 and 1.80 to 4 Drugs
At St. Bnruabns. avenue, near University. Some "Doctor" Wesley the Indian doctor, ful selections were sung by Mr. Wllins- ,

St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Due. one will get a good trade. Price, $400. l ill In ;jail and will be before the December burst The sponsors were Mr Gray, Stationery,
_. __________ h' __ __ _. i wife of the Bishop, Samuel O. Fitts
4th, Second Sunday In Advent: 10 a m. Mr. Halsey, who lived here and at term of the criminal court charged Huyler's Candies[
( ) and F. A. Storer.
THE WAVERLYIs Snnday school; 11 a. m. Choral Celebration Volnsia some twenty odd years ago, with killing game prohibited by law. by proxy Kodak Supplies,
This li the fourth or fifth time he has. Mrs. H. B Austin has pot tier fine
now open for guests. The of Holy Communion. with sermon. has come back to Florida to permanent- Florida Souvenirs,
.. east of town the market.
been before the criminal court charged orange grove on .
*" from the Northern
table is supplied with the best lyreeide| arriving Toilet, Requisites': ,
She offers it tor 111,000. This ia of
the market affords. For terms' At the Presbyterian Church. home last week. He is assisting In with various offenses, two of which one
I marketing Judge Stewart' Hue were practicing medicine without a the finest grove properties in the I Watches, Dr. Mellette's Remedies
:* Rev. Mr. Blocker preached at the orange ;
addressMjQ license. county, and it produces very pretty, Clocks
MARY L. DRAKE. Presbyterian church last Sabbath, and . .. .
crop.Mr. I bright fruit, Great of tile trees
Dr. R. J. Carson will preach Snnday Richard Tevln, an experienced The all night service of the electric Jewelry,
are large tangerine, and all the trees
next The Doctor has promised to, brick mason, plasterer, sidewalk makerof :I lights went into effect on the let Inst. are in the best of condition. It produced Silverware,

SPECIAL NOTICE preach at this church through the, Philadelphia, arrived the first of. tbe, This will continne until April t. and about 9,000 boxes this year, and Dedyear' Cut Glass,

The next visit of present month. The minister, Dr, week, and will locate at DeLand. Be Manager Hon will try to have the all Optical 1 Goods
.. will probably be double this ,
DR. E. T. ALLEN OP. TAMPA, Pouter, will arrive from New Jersey did all Mr. Geissinger'a> work at. Phil' night service permanent the year round.It number crop Fountain Pens Etc.

THE >. January 1st. adelphla. and is highly roc will be a great convenience to those ,
Mr. Hutchinson Is
George making a
ommended.Will having electric lights in their homes,
Eye, Ear, Hose end Throat Surgeon, Second hand surrey and harness for !great success in the poultry industry on NEXT TO POST OFFICE.
in of sickness, for
to DeLand will\ be Fndger, the enterprising and especially cases or
1- sale at Can be his
a bargain. seen at Hodg- place a mile northeast of the city.
Saturday Dec. 10. popular proprietor of the St. Elmo, Is other reasons.
kins Shops.FFuFFFFFeFFFFFFFFFFiiifit.iiiFFFFFitue..e He has sold a great many chickens this
making great preparation for the The DeLand people should provide
.. year from his farm and last. .. week sold
Christmas holidays, and in getting in a amusements daring the winter tor the .
\to the DeLand nearly hundred
people one
...... beautiful and tempting line especiallyin entertainment of the visitors, especially
candles, nuts, cakes, eta Sea change should the young set see that the young of as fine turkeys as were ever NOW IS THE TIME TO APPLY
sold in all
market. of
torus? ; in his ad this week. people coming us have a good oar They were r-
Are \1Ikinjl; among
this year's hatch, and the bens averaged '
YES DeLand Noval Store*Co., Hon. D. B. time during their stay here. Of course Mapes' Famous
all the way from 12 to 20 pounds each,
I \ Paxton manager, Is making extensive the high class entertainments given by
dressed, and were .as fat as need be. Ha
preparation to begin operation on in* the University will be appreciated not l FRUIT AND VINE
has for the Christmas boll.
.. .-. --= ; mense tracts of timbered lands north of only by the visitors but by our home days.many more
.. We are looking for all who seek the i: the. city. The company is acquiring people, too. r
For Next Year's Crop of Fruit.
large tracts of land. It already has Mr. John G. Holland, the new manager
MOST DELECTABLE CHOCOLATES AND i lands sufficient to run it for *". QMr. aud Mrs. B. L. Lockard arrived of The College Arms and lots of '" .
'" | year Tram Trenton Saturday with quite a the help arrived thin. week, and all It ,will put the Orange Trees in splendid condition to go
dt, BON BONS. Mr. W. B. Qeissinger: bas about com party accompanying them to spend the there busy getting this beaatltal hotel through the winter and to pat on an immense bloom another VIv

::= Never before has our stock been so complete as ; pleted his beautiful house" on East'Indiana winter at DeLand. Among the party ready to open for !gaests on the, 20th year. Inspect the fine appearance and splendid condition of i w
; Ave. He has converted h4-tnlril .Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N. tree, and the fall where, MAKES' DM been twed..'
v: i it is to-day; all of the daintiest Sweetmeats to be are Snyder. Inst Mr. Holland Is one of beat known crops
had from the finest( marts ;. story, also, into four sleeping;:rooms. stopping with Mr. Lockard; Mr. and and most successful hotel men in charge
w .Largest lot high grade Marsh Mallows. Barain in The interior is finished oft incypressand Mrs A. B. Hntchlnson, at LaVilla; Mrs. of the famous summer resort hotels np IT NEVER FAILS OF SPLENDID RESULTS, {

purchasing them. Worth 50cts. pound ; will sell for =T: yellow pine. Tbe grounds are also E. F. Schaefer, niece of Mr. J. J. Banta; In the Adirondack Mountains, entertaining For Prices, etc., tee or write

tiie1 holidays at 20cts' ., ett4 being put In attractive condition. It Is Mr. Robert A. Benham, at Miss Hodges; some of the wealthiest and 'ita
one of the finest and prettiest residences Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Harrington and most fashionable people who visit those L.. POWE, Agent, '
OF SWEETS. in town, and was intended for his child at MoLeod's Mrs. Carey, }
iIio' FUDGER'S PALACE' ; ? ; mountains every' summer. In The
winter home, but nine the death of DeLand Florida. t i i"S
at The Waverly. Mr* Schaefer brought. College Arms he has one of the largest 't' -
Mrs Geissinger be has decided to patton down with her her Massachusetts horse \
'c -
"r1 ...... .. and prettiest of the Florida winter
ttti. 'J the market. i
1 "I and. baggy for her,use here this winter< sort hotel ; r e 1" f"Yi"' G.yp ,tC V



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.. Bhrsnmi .......T'.kt.--' Notice of Application for Tax Deed tin '

1: 'Tliiitittt\ u <'nlrl'v, luttMoxtlnff aithi S der SectIon U: of Chapter 4888! Lawsof HODGKIN'SWagon I
I' :
I i' >.Hi.l, ) cot i.of>! 1',.|.m,.,. mibmlttftl for a Florida.Notice .. ATLANTIC COAST LINEThe

i. prl7i\ > fittr-ivd. ninny% joiiva uiu! by Punch Is hotBUv given that Kate dtlleo
t for rliyincx t td't'mt cnrlotia mime. OnuIt piirt-buser of tax rerllnr-aie No. 143 .iatedthe Shop

i of ioraewusL ,., lltb daQ <>r June, 1MH)'. has tied said '
'I, certificate In my office and bus made application Great Through Car Line From Florida
L( iw.r., *.- cassowary ," for tax deed to Issue in arcordance DeLAND FLA.
On thy plulll of 'ImbtiUtU, with law. Said certificates embrace the ,
wl.uld .nt A missionary bll w'ng described property sliluated in
.Skin! avid bonus and h)'rnn book too. Voluala count), Florida towitt Everything tn Wagons, Buggies, Carts, CONNECTIONS: S I

I qfllC"'.)with,n i more" perfect. rhyme W 2Ail, ft of e 010 ft of n 825 ft 01 rc4 01 De etc., manufactured and repaired in my
\ "f'f't thus: ,leo U. lowhshlp Ms, range !tHe! Shop in the very beat workmanship East 'I THE: ATLANTIC COAST LINE. via Charleston Rich i

I worn hunting on the pin In.. for Infanta and Children.Castorla O Till'lie! Maid Issuance land of being such ntutuased ertlUontit at the In date tbe known. Only first-clans men employed the ;} mond and Washington. I

All on the plnlni of Timbuktu Is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- name of Cornells.. V. Miller. Unle.s..uld and first-vines work turned ont. I have
buck wu ull I B-.I for my pains.And Rtely added to plant aft
.Pleasant. It shall lie redeemed
It to oorilrtoate according -
h. was a slim buck too4ulck gone, Drops and Soothing Blorphlne.Syrups. nor other Narcotic 0 law tax deed. will issue thereon To West ) The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. ...

contains neither Opium Worms and allays Feverislmesn. on .ith day ol December-. U 1004. The The Mobile & Ohio B. B. via Montgomery.
"It destroys
Db'1'8telo. diibstance. Witness my oiHolal signature/ and seal
A bill wns outre Btuik on the shop It ciirm, Vlanlicea and Wind Colic. It relieves the 13tb. day November A I) 1U04)

\ windowol; : mJwl|Ui'AN. To 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship. Company for New
( rldl traRRe. Berlin nutting forth tbat 8t mach and Dowels, Klvinir healthy Friend. murk Circuit. Court, VolusU eountv.Florida it EastTo York. Philadelphia and Boston.
closed The;Children's Fanaeea-Tbe Mother's t-Q' The 1 Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore.
"these premiums ni u leiuiwrnrlly
Notice of Application for Tax: Deed Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners
,. owing to the ,uiaiTlnse* of tbe proprie The: Kind You Have Always Bought Under Section H: of Chapter 4888! Via Steamship. Company for Baltimore!' and Philadelphia.Transportation.
tor1;' to be reopened. In twenty minute Laws of Florida. Mi\
Sears the Signature of
y. *. Notice Is hereby !given that E.C'oloman. ; To KEY WEST
S purchaser ofTax Certlllonto 1'10.1712.' dated l VU PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL S

Th. Iteul HoaiMm."How the 7lb day of June. A. I). 18111)! baa tiled HA19AN.d5. f STEAMSmP CO. J
dill tluit prima donna come to / sail certificate In my office and ban made
lone her rolro sppllcHtlon, for tax deed to I sue In accord
answered! tbe Impresario r-I anoe with law Sa'd. certificate embraces Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles of tha principal railway
"Well .. tbe following described property sltua'et of the Southern States are' on sale by tbe pelncipal agents. .
"..one people sny, alia sang too mad .. IIn In Voluula county Florida, towlti: for complete information call on E. L. Powe, Ticket agent or address

bat ay peisoiiailoplnlon Is tbat abe lorn Use For Over 3 O Years. Lot 12, Sheppard Grant, section DO, township "Througn Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, vIa Atlantic East Coast Line. I
It arguing about salary."-Washington I ( 17s, range/ 34e also vis Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway". I
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Star. I TH. eu. -S. Tbe said. land being. a.R"dattbe.late FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dl.t. Paas Agent, W, D. STARK, Traveling Pass. Agen-
01 the Issuance eiich certificate in the
mime ot Ueorge Ilailo. Unless ssldoertltlcau 139 Wast Bay Street, AStor Building, Jacksonville Florida.H. .
wild beasts to 1M --
There are tcvr < more > i-ball be redeemed according to M.EMKESON Traffic Manager W.J. CRAIG General Passe.get ..,ent

dreaded tbnn n talking man bnvlni I Notice of Final Discharge, law tax dieil. will Issue thereon on tbe 13lb COLD TIRE SETTER Wilmington North Carolina
nothing to sny.' -;-Swift.Vfbvr LINCOLN :TO YOUNG MEN. day of December A. D. 11104)
Notice Isberiby. given that six month Witness my official rlgnature and seal
I, after date towli i on the Silt! day Kebrimry this tbe 12th day of NovemberA. D. loot.SAIII'L Can set ;your Tires without taking
*' II. ....U.. II. v..... Them to Dear Tbslr II.... 1NB. 1 will apply to lion. J lee hid' 'r..r. ) !>. JORDAN. wheels from vehicle. We take out no -

"It's too luid .tie: moiiige, man can*,, la Polllleal Lit*. County Ju.lle..r Volimla County Flurliln, Clerk Circuit Conrt VolUkiaCounly, Fla. bolts, rub no paint or burn your felInes S Florida East Coast R-.1 1
Abraham, Lincoln's belief that young fi r my Una) dlnoburge us Administrator 01 with a hot tire. Come and see it work
be antlnflwl with a irood<) living and not ILe Htute of Jlaitlm J. Santa i ecea'ied l
should and show what and will have Tires set
men get up yon never your '
be fcunnci'lnx for luoiv DIU 1141)'." J. J. BANl'A Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un-
hot In Effect June
*Ib. \eui8t HIM n la satisfied with a, can do without waiting to be sought AdinlDlstratot der Section 8 Chapter 4tiU8. Laws of again. 4,1904.NORTHBOUND .
S out by older folk Is set forth In the August 1004Executrix Florida.
; good llyliiK. Ihf. only trouble .Is that letter written to William R.Herndou Thanking you for your patronage In SOUTHBOUND-RIAD DOWN. -IIE/IO/ UP.
blll'I kluafof .n good living grows with, Ni:.tlue la hereby given tlmt.lameel, Blake the pant and hoping a continuance in
his. Income."ExiUiingo.!: .' *', then Washington j i under Notice. punbnserot Tax Cerllncates Nos.LI.laII3.14and : ( the future, I remain No.99 I No.211 I STATION. I N..as a..75
date of June 22. 1848: 1:1:15.: : dated 8tli day of June A. D, 18117, I1' 1Dalii) I Daily. psiiy I

i -; 'Tlif'lvn: ."Of'Then." ; ..... to young men. You must not wait Motive Is hereby given that the under- has Bled said oortlucates mvoUlue.and baa Tours to serve, 140.lLV.11 ....................... Jaok.onvlll. ......................Ar Shoe fl'UI
to brouvht. forward by the older mon iKoed, hss qunllncil as lie Executrix oft) e :mail::: ppllotlon for tax deed to Issue in accordance S as a ............................10 Jacksoevlll.. ......................Lv a.. a I
MTs.NewirIchP-Wei1. of all the 1mpnd Far Instance do you suppovo that I B.late Jeremlub MeOrath and all creel with law Said oertlnoates I em SCOTT HODOKINS. 1JU ii !.,............................II&.Aoll1l.lla... ......................... T to. Stop
biace described in fill, .............................
"new! "'MrrNewlyrlcbe-s-Wmit Is It, should ever have got Into notice'If I had lore, learol"".. holm nrd trlbutcvs will the following property ti a. as a 04 p I
UunnubT Them waited to be hunted up and pu.hed forWard present their cliilnm within two years from Volusla county, "Flut'ldA to-wit. Os USia.. N.'III Clap
Mrs Newlyrlche- poor -- -- - -- ------- --
first voiiRlns of bave"'gone! and by older men? You young mon get hls dnte or the name will be forever E 143 ft of w :243 ft of lot 4, block 72. Day- Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- 1110 P ................................ : 10. liSp
your together and form a Bough ,and Ready hnrrrd tons EHofw loon of. ISA ft of lot 4, bl..ok fa 11 16.. by ........................ 00. 0 00 pio
; sot themselves tbe same 'Identlc.1 ancestors club and have regular meetings and SlRAU E. MCGKATH.rbla 72, Daytoni. W Oil ft of lot 4, block 7J, der Section 8 Chapter 4888, Lawsof I
Ibat'ou'YIlIOock: ; : ,'' *> ._h... July 11. 1WI. nxecutrlz. Daytona. Florida. S .0 p A' .......................... : ..... eoa J
Hnr 'lOa Lor ................ ..... 55 a 110. /
Take In can Rot
everybody you The said land being nasessed at the date Notice Is hereby given that If. O. Fraser

I .. sos! ,Vsrt r on... nina Orlmsley L. A. En on. Loo Klmball of the Issuance or snob certificate In the purchaser or Tax Certificate No Gflll\ daledtbe lhipLv.. ......................... : tea 01. t
officeholders." and C. W. Mathany will do to begin the Notice of Application for Tax Deed name Hrs ion Cummlngs Unless said oertl- 11th day of June A. D.. 18110. baa III d 13 18 I' ............. fa. 41. I
I "YI>>II sneered tbe manS thins but aa you go along Bather" up all Under Section 8: of Chapter 4888, oates. shall be redeemed according to law laid l cot till: ate In olllce. and baa made if 14 t3 P ..... IN!. lOp
: "who was -'vainly' trying do to r be on.don't the just shrewd of ago wild or boy.a little about under town so' whether Chris. ,I Laws of Florida.. tax deed will lasue 'Ibereon 11104 on the lath day application.\ for tax deed to It-sue in ncordtince .. I" tip p :.:.::.:..: : : :: ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: : ..en : u : I
dl.1'411" often. ot December A II. .
with bald crrtinoate
) you Notion In. hereby gl'on that F. P. t handlerluirubaoerof IHW. embraces 38 ..
S ..No," replied the man wbo was on.as Logan Reddick Rldgely Lewis Zwlxler 'ra a Ceriinunte, No 854. dated Witness, mv otllclal 1 signature and, seal tbe folio Inn described property p P .a tap 10.
and hundreds such. Let. .very one play I tbe 2il June, A. U. bus filet his tbe 12th' day November, A. D., 1U04.8A ,Ituated In Volusla county, Florida, to-wlt 101 p .. .I a 01.
b !
smiled benignly; "only; once.Tn ? the he can play boat some speak ilfe
part .j\
: II (Op JJI" 13.
aid ', In .liter ML JORDAN. .
mv i madeuppliOHtliin
and all "holler." L t40 Wlnnemlfeeit, one acre i .
some sing I Hastings..e
fur dtj'itl, Oletk Circuit Ciurt Voluala Fla II H p a i $4p
In : County. .
lax t IH-IIB accord-: .
S fool and his money are the. hops older Tour men meetings and the will women be of will evenings go to :heRr the lines with law. Said rertltlcBto embraces' )f Tbe tht said Issuance lonil being of Miah.,> ns'cs certificate
of Wal.atr, et.Bchooliuaater.AN you so that it will not only contribute to the followlnif desorllied |rortv situated Notice of Final Discharge. :name of K. U. Fuller. 1J.. .18 p .. 161aOB
j .
the election of "Old Zuch." but will be an In Voluala oolln'Y. Florida. to wit: It I' tea U GIla
WH Bock' 131 Lake Helen. Unless saId ceitlttcate shall be re- Oi I to p .S .. 08. 10llOaIS
I ---- -- S. Interesting pastime and Improving to the Notice Is hereby given that tbe undersigned ,,Ipemed according to law tax deed will Issueherenn I 51 p t1G. 10.. .
Intellectual faculties of all engaged Tbe said land being annensed at tbe date of Ouardinn of L. Colby Plnkerton will ass .
Don full to do this the isnrmnce of sucb oerllflciite in Ih name "n th. 1st day March, A. D. IIII// ptesent, I Wi Be.on. the 27ib official day signature of/ Dee, A and D. 1004.s.al 518 I ihp lIp ::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: ': ::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::: If lip lip 54e. j

.OLD ADAGE ABRAHAM LINCOLN. of i U A Fradenburit. UnlesH said cerlitt.cateehail Ins final ,Hcciunt the County Jinl, 'e oiVolusla I ibis the 2Utb my day ol Nov. A. D. 1901. 547 10 I>. ... lip 5io.I .
18 ft CS ao.
redeemed ncuordIngto law.tix County, Fl rida at \bis oflioe at p asp
S SAYS S deed will Issue thereon on the 4th f be allowed. SAM'L JORDAN, 57 It p lip. 06.
day i Del.and and ask that th i same
.v A Shrewd Preacher.A ,Clerk Circuit Court Volusia county Fla. I .7 10 p I'' 18 p 1 88.1M !
Jan A. D. 1'JOa.
? J. a 44 P........W. fa p S ...
.'A light U preacher advocating tbe support Witness. my officIal signature and seal This Aug 2J: 1M!) Guardian. 3y Ben Fish, D. C. 4 II 08 p ......... 10 I' T 60.
;' purM a heavy corse" of a cbnrltablo object prefaced the circulation this tbe 3id day of hoe, A. I Il. HW4 sIn I 20p ................. tSp jIG. I
'( Alckne nukes D. JUltl>\N S 55 .Ft. Sass
S light parse of tbe boxes with this address: Clerk Circuit SAW Court Voluaia to,,Fla --- I so In.::::::::::...:::::::.:.. ::::::::::::::::;::::::::::. n ; I s.

Tbe LIVER b the Mat of nine "From tbe great sympathy I have C 88 fI p. ................__... 10 P C 10.
\ tenth of all d....... witnessed In ;your countenances thereIs DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works Too tIG p..................................Mlaml.L": (Op .ooa

only one thing; I am afraid of-thnt Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under -

some of you may feel Inclined to give Section 8 of Chapter 4888: Laws J. T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager.LUMBER. SANFORD BRANOH. ORANGE CITY BRANOH. S.i

too much :Now It Is my duty to Inform of Florida. 50.1 I I N,. I II ItO. 3 ) No. I No. 2 Ne. 4Ii&i17J
: T utt'S.jPilis you that justice should alwaysbe ; Notice Is hereby given tbot Thtyeraul., DRESSED STaviogs Daily I DsilyiJMily su vioics natty Daily i
nnrvhiifier. ot Tax Cvrtlfloatu No. AJ2: dated
; n prior 'Irtue to generosity; ; therefore the Sib of June A.D. IHV7 has filed ildoertltiuute T 06 a Lv......... TItusylhle .........Ar II top toopi 10 lOs Lv..N. Smyrna..Ar 1 iSp 7 lOp
I s .......... ...,.... ,
I wish to have it thoroughly Understood 5 53 5 Lv. Outeen .Ar I I aa P 44p 11 il Lv. Lake Helen .Ar J lOp I IC rTOO" -
In ray fflce. and b is made np AND ROUGH $55.1..Enterpi-Is .........Ar II OOa 55p IlillaLv.Orangeoity.Ar lOop 5 OS
CO to the root of the whole mat. that no person will think of pllontinn'or tax deed ti I nue In scnArdno es a Ar.......... Sanford ..........Lv IS 50. 5 lOp 11 IAa Ar. Or.City Jo..Lv 11 tIp t4hi
putting anything Into the box who cannot with law. Said certlncato embraces Ceiling, Flooring-, Siding, Turning Scroll Sawing Moulding, Window ano -
ttv thoroughly. quickly safely .be described sltuatodn ;. No. $ ido.25 .I NT8Tkio U.24 Ne.
debts." following property Door frames Newel Posts, Balusters Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc. 2$ I 2 I 55.IS tt. 7 so. at 2Miandi
S pay Ms I MAZPOR'I' Satan
and Vnlusla count Florida, lovtlitNw Daily Daily
restore the action of the )
The result was ni ote-aowlng collection. ,i of seK, tea 4 tp 19 s range bOo, 40 Shedding forGrovea and Pineries. tSTUrates nnd Box Material a specialty! SIdya1 Daily, ;.cP,1 Daily Daily EZANOR..oez Daily Daily Dstly Seedy ,
LIVER to normal
condition. .-London Tit-Bits. nores. Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building.

Give tone to the and Tbe acid land, being avsesaeil I'Ilhp d>te I FLORIDA. I 50 pl 45 p 50 p S 00 p1 0 80 a Lv J'oksonv's Ar s... a lOOp hO p 5 50 p I
system of tbel sunuoi>of such certlflo te In the DELANO S it 1 I H p ha P1 1 IS p 0 55 a So.Jsoaenuvili. S 52 a 5 55 a C ii p 11 p 5 Up
solid-flesh the According .
to of G. W. Bentley Unless aRid I
body. name cer ,
----- --- --- --- -- to p1 ? f 41 10 14 Allantlo Beach SIlo I
The ct-muiundlng offltor bad surprisedthe ------- is hi p $5 p p a 768 a15p tt p *6 p
.11100lte shell redeemed aco rdlnar to law.
Ytip top stop lasoaAr.Mayport Lv eooo TICs 30011 lOp ShOp
Take No Substitute._ young lieutenant and his daughter tax deed will Irene thereon tile 4th day of I

trying; to occupy; the same cbalr. The. ,of Jan. A.. D 1U06 Choice of Two Car LinesTO PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.. I
lieutenant sprang to his feet and sa Witness mv ntflulal sltrnatuie! and seal Through
this tbe 3rd day 01 live A. D., 1104.8AMLD. .

FAI'ERMAKVNGMACHtNES." '8Ir.' be said.,:'l.ha ye the. honor to Clerk Circuit Court Vnlimln. .Com JORDAN.ty, > ,a. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
S at close
report an engagement quarters.
-- ;: ._. _..S.SI. ,...4n... ...._n.. _n"I. vl'nr'.. ..'. S' LOUIS MO ,
.sr.iiIouiRI.vIceiIThat '" --
TsT T ''
Notice of !
>vrsis ;;15'v-:10: : ; remains for" to Application for Tax Deed 'Thsss Time Tables show.lbs. tlm..t which trains may bs expected to arrive sod dsparlfnm
.. merely you Under Section 8 of ,. .
Lasts Its 1'.1' Roll. Chapter 4888 ii several atatlons bus their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not iruarMtaed
,. Were UJpot for the tremendous capacity give your, sanction Jo thp, .terms. .1\\( sinrender. Laws of Florida. -VIA- ace troo.doe the Company bold Itself responsIble for any delay or any oonsequencs arising tile..-
of\tbe modern pupermftklpg> na4 S---> S .. '. 5- Notice Is hereby given that'Tbe E.W. Bond

chine the neWHpnper of todywauld A W.... or Me..,.. Co, a No corporation 710. dated, purchaser 2nd day of of Tax June Certtime IMB! Atlantic I i Coast LineMontgomery i Joe Oopy of the LOCAL TIME CARD.. Other Informatloa
have beoal unable! to attain Its .
present ''"But" expostulated Jones. "If ;you'd1only has filed saidcerllttcHte 1 In my otllim::,: andba "BET. THE TICKET AGENT." !

S alzo.,6>toiue of the largest mills ,' pay me'what you owe me could, made application for tax :deed to Issue

MIll at a,,Deed of COO feet of paper a pay Smith what I owe him." ,n accordance wlib, law. Said cerllttcatembrnceH and L. & N. or Dixie: Flyer through Atlanta and Chatt'ga T. D. RAH1TBR.: Aast. Pen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUQUSTIMB. MaA: ."|

minute or' about a. fast as a horseS "I know It." said Robinson. "But the following described property Round Trip Rates from DeLand: .-
I situated In Volusla county Florida to-witt
traveling six miles. an uodrrvThe widthof SmithS wouldn't pay; me what be owes NK of lot T, soc 0 township Ills 32e
I rarge
news varies from. 60 to 100 $38 35 Southern
paper me. 4T6ii and I would merely impov 40 acres $46.00 L Railway.EFFECTIVE

Inches erish"\ 'ourselves to enrich Smith."- The said land being assessed a the date of .
Good'to Dec 25 : On sale dally. Good 60 days
So far: have mechanical devices Town Topics.: he issuance or such certificate In the name on dally. | .
usurped the work of human bands In W. A. JUcKenzle. Unless said certiUonte i NOV. 6, 1904
the manufacture of paper that at the shall be redeemed accordIng to law. tax $20.95 j
leeil will issue thereon on the 2 I present time a machine will feed Itself Deoemher, A. D.. 1001. 4** OtJ : On sale Tuesday and Thursday Two Vestibule Trains East No. 34 No 30 North and Wed No 13 '
with logs at one end and turn out the Witness my official signature and seal 15 :
Good October..
On sale
finished roll of this tbe 19'b day of r-ov. A. I>. 11XM. dally. days during Ly Jacksonville Fla. 80 Ky. 8 TOt 7 Mp Lv.IKck.lIvlJle. 110 By.... .... 1 15p
at the other.
paper 80 SAML 1). JORDAN. For reservations and Information apply to agents A. C. L., or write 1.1' .Je.up. Oa, So R,........ 11 lila 10 lop I.v Je"uI', 110 Ry......... .. .. ..1030p .
gigantic la such a machine that It takes Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County. Fie FRANK C. >. P. A W. D. STARKE Trav. 1'ail3. Agt Lv lIavannali. (la.0\, By. l'Op' 1:1 115. Ar Necon fin Ity........ .... .. 8 HI" .
only from: eight to twelve. hours to BOYLSTON.D Ar Columbia 80 Ky...... .. 8 SOp II I OOa Ar Atiuita 8., By..... . .... II toa'
: transform the raw' material Into theflntslieirproductrTK ": .: -- 138 W. Bays Jacksonville. Fla. Ar Cbarlotte. 110 ICy.. ...... 9 tOp 9 Ma Ar Thme. So Ry................. .. 7 Eta
'-: Ar Jreensboro 811 Ny.... 12 Mp 1:1 Mp Ar ""Itoll0\, By . .. ..... If tIle&r .
S : first saws np theIoa6rsprti&whIcb ... Notice to Non-Resident. anvllle, So Ity.... 14ftp 210,. Ar ('ba.tanoogo. Tpnn 80 Ry. ..... 9411..
/ have been floated Ar Richmond So Ity \lI8p II 421' Ar Lexington Q & 0 ..... .. 15 Ida
down tberatream to the mill takes 111 Circuit Court. 7th Judicial Circuit of ar Lynchburg So By. . .. t04p 4 lIp' ArClllolnuaU. Q..O. ... ..... .. 7 40p

oIK their bark, and then!! grinds them Into : Florida, In and for Volusla County In Ar Chart .lte.vllle.. tlo Ry.. II Op II lOp Ly Cincinnati Big Four. . . S lop
: jI Not Drink Washington, !'a fly. 9 lOp liMp ArChicago RIg( Four .. ..... . 7 lOt
pulDJondeiti" I1_ flow" ofwater.:'_ The Chancery. Why Ar Baltimore PRy..... ..11 Sip' 11 Idit, Lv Cincinnati, PI& Line..... ..... S tSp
pressure of tbe grindstone on the wood I. B. Bdgbes, Complainant I Ar Pblladelpbl8. P Ry... ... t 411p 285. Ar chicago, l's Lines ............. 7 SOs
sometimes as great [as'BOO 'horsepower vs VI PURE WATER ? Ar New York. P By .. 4 lOp I C Rue Lv CincInnatI C Jl.A. D......... .. B lISp .
one-tourtb.tf.lc of' I le atrlce IitghesierecdantS : ) Ar Chicago, C H'A Li..e. ..... 7 tIe
or thermos) Nq. 84-.New 'ork and Florida Express" 9
lJ H D.. 411p
; Lv Cinciirnatl
locomotive built.The I It appearing by tbe affidavit of tbe, comllalnnnt lIE (Ontnira City Mineral (Spring Water It uneurp eased In \purity, be ngabsolutely
powerful S S T from ,.d inlrerul Dally Pullman Drawing Room and Sloop- Ar Toledo C H'A 1) ...... ......15 20aIIljt
In free organic matter possessIng
tbe above cause that ibe renldvnoe '- ai poperliesespeciaiiy Car Jaok80nvlJle toNew York. .. ... ...
manner In which the machine beneficial In of rt liver tro'ible lor Detroit. C 11. D... 7 Ida
of tbe cases kidney *
.. d fendant Beatrice Hughes No 3U-"Waslilngton' and Via Limited' .......... 8 '
i ,1 Lv Cincinnati, P. Line. SIpall1'
; latter weaves the paper out of what be88 Th wntar has received Uatterlnx euilorsement. such ErsetusU ;
bellived 10 Jewett .treet. Cleveland s men as
[\ I'ullm.n Room
Drawing Sleeping .. .. .. ... .
I'IUsburl pa Lini- 1M.
seems to be a stream of running watetat I. Ohio, and. that tbeie Is no person In tbl-. Smith professor cbBiiiUtry, "Hrlnlt College. Belolt. VViscnnKin, one Car, Jaoksonvllle) to New York Lv Clnolnnal'l. Rig Four::..... ...: 9 tOp
in this J. B. York endtithe
State chemists oountr New
the service of whom or ibe best Ogden dheitor
on would ) f
S first mystifies; the onlooker. Before I.t > '" bind process. Ar lteveland.: B'g' Four........ '.., 8 fll.
said It .
defendant. Is "Tile Land oftbe Sky. No 80
tbereupo Through
reaching this stage of the process the t lured tbat said defendant, Be.trlollllugbe", a.Di',. B.>ynton ofClevclm, Ohio writ si. "It Is the pure-t spring water 1.\1' Lexlnllt'n' 110 By.. .. .. ....... II OpLY
!r pulp lias been boiled In a solution of h. and she Is required lo apnenr to the known tome. I am using; I It and reuommenillng It tn others. It only needs Jacksonville So It)'........ .. .. 7 SlIp Ar l.oiilsviile. 80 Ry.. .. .. ... .8 blIp
sulphuric acid which has destroyed bill of complaint herein on or before a trial lo convince nnyore that It has no superior\ ns a la'ile' watt r." Lv Savannah 110 By.... ..... ,.it ISa Ar St I.oul. So Ry .. .. .. 782...
'S he lint Monday In December A D 1"KM. Many, pvoulo have visited Orange < leT "V advlco 0 th'Ir' physlcjlnns for Ar Columbia, So Rj....... . 601.. .No IJ-.-.'I'bll VIe Umlk'd." Deity solid
the woody Ober and It has also been i-H" being tbo 6th day ">f said month otherwise the purpose' of testing th> Minerul prliiK W 51cr deriving. erpHt benefit from Ar Asheville 80 Rr....... .. IlO! ve.Ubuloolral"",. tbmugb coaches and 1'1111.
mixed with clay to give a smoother ba s.ld bill will be taken as confessed Ita u.e. The water Is drawn front a nulit.-rrinniin Slit taut 117 feet bPI .w the Ar hot IIprlng. N C. Au Ry 287J' man Sleeping cars JiloksonvllJe to N. Y.
5 surface rosin' to size It and prevent the by said defendant and the complainant surface,.I I" very palatable and altu/(Htliur the Bi'.t Water to be lonnd, In the Ar Knoxvitle Io! av ...... 6001' NOR" HWEWr10\' 13
will have leave to proceed es pane South. Ar Louisville, 80 Ny.... ... ...... .. 550..
ink when printed on it from spreading gainst her. Tb. Orange City Mineral Sprlnit Water received th.. only diploma st Ibe Ar tit Louis. Io Ry........... Cthp Lv Jecksonville III Ry.\......... 7 MpA.r
1 and bluing to whiten It. The pulp It is further ordered that ibis'order be I 8t te Fair. at Jacksonville In mpetiil'in with in,.,my ether di.plavs. It is Clnoinatl Q .C................ It 11111 LV Jesltp So ..... .............. I14'P
''V mixed with three times its amount ol published for four consecutive weeks In now being bottled and sent nut by the llritnue Cltv Mineral Sj,.ring ()l.>miiany, Ar lIIawn, So R1". ... .. .......... 3 00It
'water, flows along till It reaches anendles Voluala I ounty liecord. .a The ul. put up In attractive strle in cases orb half-gallon, 100111,.. For" further, information No.. 3O-D..1I1. Pullman Drawing Room ArAllante, !loRy.. .... .. .. .IIW.ao. .
newspaper I Buffet Car between
I Ished In said of Voluala addreasORANGE Sleep ng JandonAr Annlaton, 80 Ry .... ... .. 9 42..
ribbon of wire. which. i Is a lit I county and State title and II' Louis
of Ar BIrmingham So By. ............11 4na
S tl* wider than the Intended width of above picture of the lilentiLWitness CITY MINER XL SPRING LO.. Ar Mem blo. 'renn 1"1'1800..... .. 8 0 P
the taper.' The spread !of the pulpywater nnd fish is tho trade mv band. and seal of said Cm rt Two Tra.iri Daily Ar Kl&n.t. Uty. Jrrlsoo.... ... : : 8 "'P"
OHE at the court hou e In UeLaml, Volusla C. A. BUtLER Mgr. Orange City. Fla. S Lv Memphl. FrllJOo. ... ,.. .... .... 8 BOp
sideways Is prevented. by two ; I "- Sc-otVe Emulsion! otinty, Florida" ibIs Slat day of Ootuber to 'VV'sl-iix-igtori Ar Hot SprIngs. Ark ...... .. .. II .Ot'
r endless robber aOapa obf at each edge A I1U04
S' dtbewtrI. > -*- re S : A "lIcIds the synonym" for'treiuflhi (Seal) SAM'LD JOBUAN, and NaVY' York.No 11J-"Tbe .ylurtdut Limited," Dally d I

;1Jwil! ;& .,.:'sto.. *:.V':.athe.pulpy ;.' and J purity. It is sold nnrk 4'irault Court Volusla county, Fla.By .

.massJa.callmUJs beIng' dralnedjm! .the ''in almosttI1the, civilized'counti Ben Flsb. D. C.Master's. ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE! -
ribbon that to IIJI.t New Washington eto So 29. and Via Limited," 9 00 a nl1)
;., r.pIdZ3molngwlrt. 'ifs oi the gl be;. John B. Stetson From York Washington
Cincinnati "
University -Florida
I* given the watermark which on. may From Chicago, Ub-titanonga. eto -No 14 Jlmlted.1i"'tD'1l"l'l( *" ft'
Sit{ the ('od fish became extinct Sale.In From Kansas City Memphis. III,mlnJb.m-No 14, "Flnrhllll.lmhed/; 38 a m
Ma by' .holding np t piece of paper; to it would From Cincinnati Ashevllle -No*), "Washington and Florida Limited. 9 00 s m

I the light. Heating on the wet mail and* lie a world-wide calamity Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit ol From New York, Washington ",to.-No. sa."New York and Florida Express: : 40 pm: l
It along II iKt-miFie the oil that S DeLand Florida.
revolving aa nnder cornea
5 passes Florida, In and tor Volusla Connty. In -
Isf the "dandy roller" a light 'cylinder from its liver surpasses all other Ubanoery. .. EXCELLENT DiNING. CAR 8ERVIOK 4\ '5.5.

covered wltb-wlre... Whatever design flit, in. nnurishing-and life-giving fane Hull S J. O. LUllS:, District Pass.nger Agent, 10M Wont B ty Street J.ok on.lla.! ria.. ..1'.
''It'm.. baveijm Its is r face It Imparts L. Complainant 1 I In affiliation with the University of ChUatfo, Work In one Inxtltu- O. B. ACKEBT, Q. M. W H. TAYLOR W. P. A. <
I vs
t tbe wet ma. on which .It 1'01'' '". Other ,pwipc-rliea. Thirty 1eal"8'ago George Milier&fhanle.FHes.ear tton given pro rata credit toward Collegiate Decree In the other. The 8. H. IIARDWLCK.. P. T. M. BRO >Ki MORblAtA.OP. A.. ;
S S rollers now p......- out more water !the proprietors .of Scott's Emulsiou -- and Mr.tJ. F. Heaser P".d'.J JVnttt University Includes the following department: S -- '-. ,'

mi that soon the paper can carry .Itself, foiliil( a wayof preparing .5 an<1 by virtue of a decree :of fore- :::::::::::: :::::..:::==:u:==::::=:..::: :::==,:.:=:: :::::::::=:============:. .... .. .. .. ..
tosure. and sale rendered hi the Circuit
aid on buge,cylinders heated by steam ,t'tltllh'el" oil so that everyone can (! >urt of the Seventh Judicial Coroult of : K 1
of Law
Inside it Is oJ dried. It then paeeel .lokuit; and get: the fulltvalue of 1'10'1..10 and (or Volusla connty,In Chano College of Liberal Arts, College S J. A. E I C S 0 N
5' chilled Iron rollers, ,
a cause therein .
.through a stackj'cf; : rv, in pending wherein Academy School of Technology
a .- piled( up on top at one 'another for the the oil without the objectionable Jane L Hili. oompliilnant mid. George H. S .

pdrpoee of giving It"a"smooth surface, i t Jlte.! Scott's Emulsion: i. the M Illard Charles V. Hmser and Mrs. C. F.saar Normal. Practice ,School Business College! DEALER!: D -

t ..., from tbe. .': U.nders,.?.sa .the..rolI.rlS l I.st.{huiic In thq} world for weak outcry H to are the defrndarts highest ,and I will.best sell bidder at public for Kindergarten! Schools of Music and Art. Gents' and Boys' Clothing. Hats And Cape.Ladles. .. S .

:e '. are' callffd.'thpaper; _Is1 trttamed'afcd. 'S ?i.ckwartI'chiIdz4n. thfrt''d l!cate cash at the frrtnt door of tbe court house In .. .
,.5 wound off on a roll. *Land In said county tturlna- the legal -"'_-.'.--.N'-.t'VVI.I'.v..t'------. .t'-.t'- OenU. ant, Children Shoes. Slippers and Babbers.. :.
l 1 wople' and .all .conditions.. lour.of sale on :!monday fei-ember 4, 1D04 Examination.A ...
S (JTbere la little waste In the making of l oft being the iiI Monday In said all Law Graduates admitted> to practice Florida without Piggy Wagon Harness,, Baddies,.eto. '\\n IIi
and lost ;
'r>> ctP.. 'Tbe nip *4>at la daslnedawayIfcm waiting strength. .h" following. ,,1_. paioel or (nontbl' Complete System of Correlated Work In Manual Training An ;: and Mn..loal- IURtnmltbUll,
) Instructors.. A Well selected Hewing Machines.Organa.' Pianos .
S ,tbe wire' Hbtion "la. used oret1m. trnf ., ylpg and "nvlns In Ihe ....Unlyor Vo'usls. Adequate and Competent Faculty :
t Jbr free smcJ
Clateof Florida, and% described as fnllows! and Comprehensive!' Museum :Over $3UOOUO In Building and
chemical S General Repair 8boe Harness. Machines', eto. ::
5 ..DMt.( rid,|"nd ether I SCO'rr' Jt BOWCuar. tie> Allofthsesstaora of:the: mouth hail Equipment A Splendidly Equipped: Gymnasium. A Library. of over' J.J S
which, tbe pUlp le boiled .Are.reterMnalttfamlabeji ...J. '
S *It ,; ofRrrerls tTklrtosn. in the town of OrMud. 13,000 Volumes. For Further Information address of
"5 J/i,', ....r-1. WA the I .ao..eu.peaan eear, new:yo.w,:.: . .J.iEd W, PEHKINL' Havens. )Block DeLand Florida. : _,
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';,',1. ':" ,.... f'.IO..e': '-New,Tor, Tribune .j mad 9L., All _...... 'tewsnt4Bli-flhltlkt. Muter la S.Chancery; .[, .LINCOLN. HULLEV, :Ph.; D.:.;; President, DeLand, r:FU.jAlwi'tKiJV' I f i .S' .,. 'C''Ue,5IWjblS .

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