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: September 30, 1905
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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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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VOLUME XIX DE LAND, VOLUSIA: .CO., FLA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1905. ; NUM JE.R5.r'f t: '.:: t ';, '

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W. PERKINS. EXPEDITIONS FOILED BY In Modern llouien. ,-' '

JAMES CANINE VIGILANCE.!" A writer In a furuil.irn trade journal AN .MHJUNCTIOH'! *

..*. refers to the filet that the "old fashion
1' ATTORNEY and COUN9ELOR-AT- i -i f F "IfJo1"a'fav.h'J.( ; ,is
0 LAW A.trln KM.. U.,KH a. Count Line Cu.. ed parlor;bus acim Its lnyun, is. \pot to

-- to.... UaurilB Monkey a. a thief be found In modern Jioinos." So the '. I I ..dt ,., ;. .I ,: 'Mis f

DeLand, : Florida. Taker-How e fit. ,ntrnnr.l On...rltt line" old Institution Is going- Is It? To Prevent Mrs. Lena B. Mathe&Jrpm':

Will Practice In State' .and Federal. .a ....*"*".'.*-l>OBr.* ..* Rxc'lwo, :lIen. Maybe It is just as woll that, lyihould I. ,

I Courts for Infants and Children.The Dogs are used lu uiuliy countries to go. H was usually u place 01. sIlence 'I!

-Ii" detect Binugulliig. On the Austrian and gloom to the children of the uouxe- Teaching at ,Turkey 'Cree!(;.Scftpdii, ;! ;;, : :

Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature bold
'BLY, ; a forblddcn'placo, like the secret
STEWART shores of the Adriatic a conslilurubl .
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of Chan. H. Fletcher and has been made under his In "
room Bluebeard's cnstle. Nevertheless -
contraband trade Is belug done In ItalIan -
ATTORNEYSkAT-LA- personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one and Levuutlue goods, and mnuy It was the pride of mamma and the Petitioners Are Pupils of School,,Whose Parents Refuse- Pet* '" '!"I I, '

to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and bete nolr of pupa, who couldn't smoke H>t.t '

Office In Bank Building, DELAND. Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the smuggling expeditious ,are fojlud by; there and was always leaving the mit Them to Attend; While Mrs. Mathes Is a Teacher. _':
Branch office over Postofflce.DAYTON health of Children-Experience against Experiment. Intervals vigilance.At of. a mile or so along the blinds open so that the sun would ., ,jJ I ,;"' :

: kennels which shine In and fade the beautiful red car- ; II .' !Hi\ rl >J' ''! 1ijI
coast have
D. Landla Bert Fish The Kind You Have are dogs :thel
Cary Bought 'wal
Always The unusual if not altogether unprecedented don however: that it .proper ,
LANDIS, & FISH, taught to bark loudly on flta appear pet.How 110 ,,
action of 109 school children step to bring the etIt in he name o4 the
'Bears the Signature of ance of boats at Bight. When the wind vividly picture of the old
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Is blowing on shore It Is said that then fashioned parlor comes buck to the ; through the father of one of their children who are being' deprived of '.''Ii) .' j
AT-LAW, animal custom officers can detect a mind! There was the mohair covered number, bringing an injunction against endncation by i ithe"pre.enceCf! ) 'Mft>: < "' .J' !

y boat a mile from land, however dark sofa, the mohair covered rocking chairs one of their teachers from discharging Muthea the school, b.YIng'lIOmeliouel, i 'jrl.t

DeLand, Florida. Federal the night. aud the mohair covered standing chairs, I the duties of her position is the condition to stand as their "next friend." This't?
Will Practice In State and
Courts. The monks of the Great St. Bernardhad all very shiny, very slick and very un that confronts the Turkey Creek person In tnla cane 18, Mr. Calhban,'the' !'I! 4

Special facilities for examining and .. some time ago a dog which actual comfortable. The chairs stood as settlement this morning. minority. ste,. ;ii.1 ,u ,

perfecting land titlesJ In Use For Over 30 Years. ly captured a murderer; A traveler 01 straight as If their perpendicular hud This is the latest chapter In the at- SOME: ALLEGATIONS., : :j
been ( ;
the famous pass was mUrdered In the determined with a plumb line : .1/hif.;, !
It. MoCRORY:: -: ....,.-,. -" t C tSflu A--.OM.'O----YY-MURAV----.. .T.--NtW-- Yank. ::: .,,=_...........__'1 snow by an Italian navvy. One of the and their seats were springy and bulb- tempt to get Mrs.' Lena B. Mathes oat The affidavits filed.with the.b'll.' o M'', '\ .rn., J
J ous. The small boy who attempted to of the Turkey Creek! Junior High School, '
-- -- dogs sent out for the purpose of succor injnntlon are sensational.In the extreme .
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lug snowbound wayfarers come sit on one of them found himself perpetually a temporary order forbidding her to if "
FERTILIZING upon charging drunkenness an 4 other.acts of 4
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand the corpse. ; sliding off and then crawling exercise or attempt to exercise any of ,, 'c', ,
I immorality on the part' Mathes,
Instead of returning to the hospice ho back on again. In one corner was the the functions of the teacher, or to come >'" 'I""''

I Florida. Use Painter's Simon Pure Special No. 1.All 1. pursued the assassin several mile what-not, nn ornate affair ou which Into the school house during school Ing and ten some or of twelve the acts complained back, Including'(of ILd{ J:

years ,
the road and were gathered cups and saucers bear-
along < biting his leg, hours, having been granted by Court ,;(! 'II'' x
Ing such legends "For Good the Stetson scandal of three 'years' ago, i
\ B. JR., lamed him no badly that he was unableto ns a Boy, Commissioner T. E. Lucas last night.It .
WRIGHT Simon Pure is under the Follow-
Special Shipped proceed. Tie St. Bernard mounted "For a Good Girl," "To Our \Mother"and when Mrs., Mathe8l" then' a ;'l'achercln': i ':sb
I will be served Mrs. Mather this
LAWYER guard ,over him and waited until the the like, In addition to a hundred on the Stetson University,,'end Jtev4 luiif i f f. >I"'i ;1
, ing Tag. morning and the 109 who have
, Pnbllo villagers osrno up and arrested the assassln gewgaws and jlmcracks defying de F. Forbes, president of th"I InitAtntionv, f."t, ;!
Notary the scription. In the center of the room been out of school all the year, except :
,, corpse having meantime were chanted with, improper, ,1
DeLand, Florida been discovered. was the center table, usually round, for the few days that Mrs. Mathes was and left' the nntvl a.i nny: 'The patrons':oot.,1, ''!
I Office at Telegraph Offloe. SIMON PURE SPECIAL NO. 1 The Paris correspondent of a London with a mnrble top. On this was the out, her certificate having been revoked the Turkey Creek ochool'who tee1 6p-M"f 7''

newspaper recently told the story of a family album and the family Bible, the by Connty Superintendent Dickenson posed "ii'! '. !
I to the continuance of M.r. Mathes
HALL BRUMSEY MANUFACTURED BY monkey that noted as a policeman.A former containing the faded pictures and prior to her reinstatement by the
J thief named Lebnllet entered of Uncle Ned In 111 fitting clothes and In the faculty, disclaim any./latenttori t in Ml I ;
by State Board of Education will this "
E. O. PAINTER COnPANY night the fowl house of \\\I me. Houdln Aunt Fanny In hoop skirts frills and of persecuting her, but they declare
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORAT morning take their books and
JACKSONVILE of Cllchy and was about to retire witha curls, and the latter preserving a record back up go they do not, consider a, person, :of ,her? / ;
LAW FLORIDA. to school, and stay there until
of the births and
deaths for
number of dead birds when a huge several character fit to teach young children '
another turn In the wheel of fortnne ,. 't
Will Practice in ;ii-5 and Federal Dealers in all Kinds of Fertilizing Materials and Chemicals. black form sprang at his throat. I' generations. The family album and that they will not send their;chld-t !
I feature of puts the teacher back, if one ever does! tiii I
, Courts. The thief shrieked with terror, and was an Indispensable every ren to the school while she is conneotel"' '1.

DELAND, FLORIDA GUARANTEED ANALYSIS. the householder, opening her window, old fashioned parlor. A family might UNIQUE INJUNCTION. with It.-Tampa Tribune; .:J ''I. ,u. !Jt t 'ft'.!

.. Office over Fisher's Drug Store. Ammonia actual and not less saw a monkey, the property of her get along without the stuffed birds or Rarely if ever In this country and I. i-I bllll\
potential. than..2 cent
per neighbor. In the of the wax flowers under the glass case, __ _ ":
Derived from Sulphate ot Ammonia. act strangling him, "
; Potash (K: 20)>), water soluble,' not less than....... .. ... ...., .. 16 per cent The animal was driven off and the but an album was a necessity.; Visit- certainly never before in this State, hasa ,, .I!' ,o'> ('U,1l1t' ,

j E. ALEXAND ; Available Phosphoric Acid, ndt less than ".j ... ......... ..... 6 per cent thief, badly Injured, conveyed to a ors always found It a source of Inter- teacher been removed from her position The above from the Tainpa! ,:.Tribpoe,BvVI4(
Insoluble Phosphoric Aol Moisture, at 21-.J Fahrenheit, not exoeedlng. ,. .... ...... .. 8 per oent hospital.The The of the old was reproduced; in.. the...Jacksonville;:",.," v",[ ;
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. Chlorine, not exceeding .. . . ..."......... .. . .......... .. owner of the monkey afterward very atmosphere par- Injunction restraining her from exercising last \J.ti
Tbs Fertilizer Is made from Sulphate of Ammonia, Sulphate of fotasb and declared to nn Interviewer thnt the anImal lor was different from that found any- her duties and powers, and tbs papers Fr1day1sndatnayt,94! \ j| 11.11.
Office In Brush Block. Dissolved Boneblaok. where else In tbe house out of doors. Alexander. Clal .-Ah rami,
had been trained to fly at any susplclous or most remarkable part of It all Is that attorney. bioi,) N

Will Practice DeLand in ,State Florida.and Federal i character who appeared near There It was that a. sort sniffed of ("parlor smell"about the suit U brought in the name of the for Mrs. Matnes had, himself, interi.(, 'i.. ., >

Courts. Price $40.00 a ton F. O. B. Jacksonville, Florida. the bouse after dark. It bad once, It be forgotten. This once was due, ,may of course never, pupils who have been deprived of an viewed in the Metropolis', giving a .:

appeared, attacked an overzealous of his views this school in- .
f.' policeman education by their parents refusing to column upon
to the fact that the room was kept shut JJ
Write for Cash Discounts.E.
Special .
:DR.:> G. A. DAVIS, for who. entered the yard to look tight nearly all the time. A parlor Is, send them to a school taught by Mrs. juuotion proceeding; in'which 'hd l.ays'

O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY burglars.The I or used to be, the only room that didn't Mathes. The entire 109 names appearin that Mrs. Muthes 'is 1 being; persecuted. 'dr U""M|

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, German Volkszeltung recently : need ventilation. The luxury of It bad the bill for injunction, beaded by and intimates that it 1 is from other"".-t> "( ,
published a still more remarkable instance

DELAND, FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE UORIDA of animal smartness. I to be kept shut up for purposes of Miss Mae Calhoun, the 14-year-old sources than m..thelndianantpat1'DI ,v nr... 'I> '
Office at residence Indiana avenue,
! next to Court House., A Dresden doctor named Wernerwas I preservation. It didn't matter If It was daughter of Mr. W. S. Calhoun, the of the Turkey Creek school.- I.. .f .' .::1/, .

Office Hours 9to12.2to4andt08.RS. : stunned and bound by burglars a bit musty In smell. Wasn't It the minority member of the Board of Trustees ?Mrs. Mathes, who has two livinir bus-. ? ...

: WbHttcra at D...-...... when asleep, his keys taken and his parlor, and didn't everybody else's par- who has consistently xonght Mrs. bands, 1 ia at'lmown' \ In''the Turkey l
lor smell tbe
A nenltb; Pnpp> One day a stranger strolled Into the safe ransacked. As the attack was same way? Mathew appointment from the very Creek settlement! her -home for' III&n7"1I' "k

!1V\\ VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. "Thorn's only one good thing about old Berry tavern at Danvcrs. A number made in the dark he failed of courseto Maybe And so It Is the all old right parlor for It l la to passing.go, but start. As her father and "next friend," 'rears', and j where i her name -has been)IV 'IIJ.'
of seated In the office
that young puppy that came to see yon men were describe hla assailants. The dog we shall ever remember It with tenderest this being the legal term used, he bringsthe connected with scandals before she!wo*> HI. '

. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. lust night: ," said the Irascible father and were asked by the newcomer "Will chained in the yard bad not even bark- It In the suit behalf of his and known in other portions of the State
..- "and that Is he's healthy." you kindly tell mo where I may find ed, and the victim of the feelings. was old parlor in. daughter i i1; ,,'-. '1
outrage was
the Whittier house" that we courted our sweethearts, mar- the other petitioners named, all of whom I and the affidavits of these Turkey Creep
Office on East New York Avenue, "I'm surprised to hear you admit so disgusted that be proposed to give It '' ( It'|1.1
DELAND FLORIDA. that much," replied the dutiful daughter. A ;young business man, not a nativeof ried our wives, christened our babies are set forth to be between the ages of people deal, In the main, with her conduct ,
away.A '
the town, to be aura, but who had few later two and took our lost views of loved ones six and :31 years. and entitled to the in that section,'dating back: ten to'1( '"i i ::0
days men were arrested
A. S. MUNSON "I wouldn't except for the fact that Mved In It a number of years and belonged on suspicion. They bad been their as they breasts.lay with bands 1 folded upon privileges of the Tcrkey Creek school. twelve' years. Her present troubles
Modern modes of living
DL when you met him In the ball last to New England. spoke up, sayIng ; seen In the neighborhood of the doc- EIGHTEEN AFFIDAVITS.The are entirely with the people t of her''old'
may abolish the parlor as It used to be,
I night I beard you say, 'Oh George, : "You mean Joe Whittier, the contractor tor's house, but as none of the stolen but they abolish from the home, and there St. Clair-Abrama can Vi I -
can never
? He at contains typewritten
I how cold ;your nose Isr"! lives Danvenport. good. was traced the case seemed minds find, and there alone the reasons-for; ,' .. .
of those who knew the dear old ,
with 13 exhibits all
"No,, no; I refer to John G. Whittier. pages, nearly I
I Office Second Door: South of Fisher's weak. Institution at Its best tbe love and veneration this legal proceeding on the part of the.
Tfce Wall Street W... "John O. WhIttier? Never heard of The the latter being affidavits in regard to ; n.|
Store. police suggested that the dog they feel for It.- Savannah I patrons and children of the Tnrkey'I
Drug him. The otter Whlttler In this ,
Jobson-You bought the stock: oar only I might recognize them The suspects Mrs. Mathes' moral character. It recites '
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I OFFICEHOURS and 7 to 8 m. ; your broker's advice, didn't you? Dob-' town la Clarence Whittier, Janitor of were mixed up with a crowd of other News. in detail the action of the County Creek school; there he wUllind' cause. ,
p. '
I It l la that the School Board '
be town house. He lives on E.sex1Itreet. surprising -
Yes he four excellmt
son- : gave me
DeLand Florida. prisoners and one by one the men defiled The Real Solenllflo Spirit School Board in appointing Mrs. Mathes
reasons why; It should go up. Jobson. : ." in President when of of HllUborongh county.should.force a-. -
through a room which the dog Hadley professor to the position of fourth assistant in the
What baa be to say now? Dobson-He The stranger became both amused teacher upon a school or a community .
waited In charge of a detective. political economy at Yale was telling Turkey Creek school, over the protest ;
D)R. JOHN REEVE, baa given me four equally good reasons and Impatient and said: "I am talking where there 1 is of her .
The first three men the dog sniffed hU graduate students about the resourceful of 47 representing 109 children even.a, suspicion t.,
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about John G. Whittier, the poet. live
why It went down. and Indomitable of scientific moral We commend a all;
at,. but otherwise Ignored. When the spirit standing. ,
the action of the County Superintend
dead, knew. I want to find out '
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, yon fourth prisoner appeared be growled research. His remarks dwelt fair-minded people will, the action of ,
Oood.._. Know. wbere his home was." ent In revoking her certificate upon the '
fiercely and attempted to seize him long In the memories of those who the Connty Superintendent of HUUbm JI: Office In store recently occupied by Mrs. Nayberlelgh-Judge, I want you "Ob well," said the young businessman ground of Immoral conduct, and the
by the trousers. He was one of the beard them by reason of a little excur-
In her certificate in'view, .
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West to try some of my angel cake. Judge with a sigh of relief at his ability; The other sion Into the whimsical with which subsequent action of the State Board In ongh revoking ,
suspects. recognizedin
New York Ave.DeLand Sokem (absently)-What la It charged to Impart Information, "If If s anybody the same The men were retained they were concluded. "Let me remind restoring her certificate and reinstating of the Ufifly; charges presented'him.against / ,
Florida. with Cleveland Leader. who's dead right over to Will Crosby this by the patrons and.
go in custody, and finally further you," said Professor Halley, "of the her in the school. woman ,
the undertaker, across; the street is asked her children of the Turkey Creek chooL.
evidence was obtained which led to work of Humphry Davy Jones, who\ .injunction. preventing
I QR. H. D; BRACEY, C..lt-r ..tl..... H-n tell yon all about If-Boston their conviction. lived on tbe shores of Lake Erie some from teaching or attempting to teach The State Board, it is said,.ordered her

Mr. Oldboy (tentatively) a man Herald. lu 1800 a malicious visitor gave poisoned years ago. IIU hobby was meteorology any pupils or classes in the school or certificate returned 'u'n' the ground .

I choice about twenty; do ;you think: that Pain Is a soul tonic. Sorrow often Petersburg Zoological gardens. The and destroyed his wind gauge. Mr. hours, which was granted by Commissioner doing after it had been Issued her. If

Office second story McLaurlne Block would lead to an unhappy marriage beings out the best there Is In us. Happiness monkeys |became seriously I ill, but re Jones was greatly perturbed In spirit Lucas. ,such b the case.we have a very ;poor i \'''.1idI.(:

I DeLan* Florida. likely Miss I Young to lead/ to think a rejected it would be more i does not develop character. It : covered. |A policeman was put on dutyat ; owing of to his the Inability wind to record this the velocity H. P. Bailey represents the petitioners. opinion of the! State Board, q ,.Education!:! ;. ,H.n.t-\ :;}

Standard. .
sad Tton PIIOOIIaL-I end catch the In be rable gale Wandering among tbe sand "" *IITIJ!
COUNTY ABSTRACT and culprit case '
with pctonutto bubbles. It takes: the I' The1
VOLU8IA dunes next her husband, Coo let Mathe/ la action by the'people'of Florida
however he discovered
morning. -
( renewed his
VESTMENT: Incorporated) attempt.
of misfortune to
deep reaching arm onr'chn--1 1xrdren
included and the commit
.that several wild ducks had In the bill injunction. teachers to whom we-
I A fortnight after his appointment be
trouble the depths and bring out the
I Bert Fish- Cary D. Landis.resiaent < 'i! pearls) that lie there. The most magnetic : noticed- that on an Innocent looting old been burled by the force of the gale tothdepth Vol. Bailey bas taken the only, steps mould be' above suspicion;>if *n'i'i I"** ''*u ,

Sec'y. and Treaa.: O.YOUGETUP; ,faces are lined by thought and gentleman approaching the; cage the of some Inches Into the sand possible to secure relief for his clients, question jariaes Io.votyipgtbeIy.orai, y-jf,;j.reetitnde > ,J 1

Abstractors-of Titles noble care. Strong, unselfish love, even two recovered monkeys grimaced\ fiercely Instantly he perceived'a-way out of and can do no more for the present. The they, should, not(be,>permitted> ,.jn,i. .., ,

r' ,WITH A LAME BACK ? If misplaced and unappreciated, ennobles and flew at the bars.. his difficulty.' 'Procuring:' ;the .,mage I next move will have to be In the shapeof to guide .the .;yontbfoil minds of" par |" IState'tnonrpubh
The oid man was Identified as a supposed cannon, be fred coml on barn yard demurrer motion to dissolve the &''IOhooll. ": ",
REAL EBTATB OFFICE OF' I ,- the 1 lover. It Is the frivolous.vanity I a or
CITY ducks Into the side 'of tho' sand dunes rw1'
; emotions that fritter harmless lunatic named Plaskln, I a.en'lleet* tol'" MM' ",<>
born away injunction; .coming from the defense.A 'There afe other:
EUner Trouble Makes Ton Miserable. until he discovered the ielgbt of
whose bete nolr was Darwinism and a
character and make faces Insignificant temporary teacher will be appointedto Mathes to make a living.'Her appointment ; .. i
charge of, powder' sufficient/ to drive '
E..H. HAY WARD the alleged relationship of man to the '
To fall In high aim after earnest and "*''ti ,;
Almost everybody who r.sad. the newspapers lower animals. He admitted having them to the same depth ranched by the take Mrs. Mathes' place daring BUT ,toteach1; by.'the Hillsborounlr'

Agency of theieadlngFire j Insurance 'I Is 'aura to know of the wonderful honest effort Is not failure. The gainIt poisoned the monkeys. storm driven birds of the night before. litigation that may follow. CoL Bailey Board I. condemned-bf the'people,'of ut: Hilt i i ..

Company of America-The Aetna. I!.. 'I Ii u cures Kilmer's made Swamp-Root by Dr., appear brings In In other strength directions.and discipline Misfortune will The excise officials at Posen, In east- The rest, was easy. ,Calculating the made an exhaustive examination of.the that county, They are on,; the'gionnd,.. if(i Itt.: } '.

No City 808, property Boulevard a Specialty.DeLand, Fla. I the great kidney liver has often In the history of the world ern Germany, have a dog trained to detect muzzle velocity; of the'required chargeof authorities before filing\ bill for injunction -,and ha!,!::11 right to .pro t..ln ,Y ewl.h, .J41-p .t.4.,

t li and bladder remedy. been the means of making a poet. orator illicit .distilleries, which flourish In powder, be was abo! to speak with and was not able to find a parallelcase of the sensational affidavits filed ta f.n "

V ja It la the great medical philanthropist, scientist or statesman many villages scientific accuracy with regard. to the anywhere. He came to the concln- court by the. people of her oWb'home' : l l'I f ,,.

triumph of the nlne out of a person whose career but A mixture of ether, forbidden by speed of the hurricane." 'I -, Ziiiiiitt''Ti. ; '

V. H. VOORHIS I' Oil 1 covered teenth century; dls1 for the misfortune or physical disability law,'' Is drunk by many persona Instead ".,J ". J'''.Ll'Id. fl't .. 'U
after .
+ years of A Remarkable Pnlpl _.. ---. .. 1').... ....
of brandy and the Posen dogs acute
yil scientific research by ; would have been commonplace and The Mechlin cathedral pulpit la regarded See the woman. 'SomolHKij; 'ljuir .said th tu.'YIcee6UI! &lmt".it.( :
sense of smell enables It to detect the
Dentist Dr. emf- Influence llmltod. Medical Talk.
sj nent Kilmer kidney and the bladder cottages where the volatile liquid la being as the second finest In the I Why la she so c1'Ollll1'i tine 1'crdrlch.undo' of, flie ..vllrJf,poor aretf' flif ,"" '"?-

Gross Block'DeLand Fla. 'I 1 world, the finest having been done by; Oh, shies having a lot ,, of dresses Identical- (It Is a matter .of specula-
specialist, and la "...'. App.ernnee.I prepared. Limes, the dog In question ; : also"*'' I'b"r .
the same artist for the cathedral In made. .Uou .whether'then4* appetites''are :
I II wonderfully successful In promptly curing In his youth Nero wan remarkably; has several puppies, all of whloh > ,
Hours: 8.BO r9 dt.SOto4 lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou- handsome, but .early In mnnhood his are being aught their parent's profession. Brussels. Tbe writer, who has seen See the other woman. I Ilmllar, ,folft! the ry.'poor| > woman: tttttfe ...*. .;t

bin and Bright' Disease,whloh U the wont habits of dissipation made him exceedingly .-Pearson's, Weekly. both, while admitting points of superiority Why.is she so cross? ''I Duds great,jsulaceInher: ,\ cup /ofitea.andgt; \ n.t Ji?
form of Kidney trouble. In that of,Brussels, prefers this, Because she Isn't, having a ,lot/of drinks quantities of It; so also does the ..t
.---- ------ -- corpulent4 -to4!:!; Judge" from ,his "' '1J, mrtP<.. I $\|
Dr. Kilmer Swamp-Root 1 !
s ls not reoommendtd > which la In the cathedral at Mechlin. dresses made. rich wowan) AlcobolJc'lItimulantll''ar
I Insure with us. everything but If you have kidney -' medals and the descriptions. loft of him 'Th. Approach to La.... ?_ It la made of oakand the figures of Women are queer creatures,,'' are they atsd'favbred' by the one who finds ilf. *i t<] fti' rtkl:
liver or bladder trouble It will be found be must have weighed over 200 pounds. An English traveler In Tibet thus describes .
Christ and the women are life size monotonous, from poverty and. she wbe. '
Is the tIme lust the need. It has been tested features but bin. i i not?-Louisvllle> Courier-Journal. ; "
Now remedy you His were regular, eyes the approach to Lassai: "Be ',.
The sounding board Is formed of oak: finds ,.U. eyuaUy monotonous .t1CI.'I\1'.t. "
In so many way In hospital work In private were protuberant a. to be almost a tween and|over the glades and woodlands I ; '
Spot cash for. losses. notice, the helpless too to leaves twined "with those of a grape- llora to tke Pelnt. wealth.. /One can" have nothing aba t' :
among poor pur- d.formltand be was nearnltrhted. the of Iassa Itself ,
cMy an } ,,
peeps '
hue relief and has proved so successful In vine. The stem of the latter rises "I want a business suit now," said wantar 'the other has everythlng''shV"u"wantsresult ; : ;:

U should be'protected: : very ease that a special arrangement has much ao that he could not ,.recognlaabis adobe stretch of narrow streets and naturally from the ground, at the entrance Blopay. "I ,was thinking of something ; with) both-an almost DIM ir$.U>';rJ| '.: 1P7 .!

I. R you Insured? been.made by which all reader.of this paper acquaintances across the street. flat topped, houses, crowned here and to the pulpit which la apparently 1 id the way of a small plaid." bearable Wscootent.PbUadelpJpaeh.:; ',tWt 'rueearaob. I ,1-0;

'I'' who have not already tried It, may have a there with |II. blame of golden roofs or hewn out of a rock.. ,The preacher '"And I"i I replied the tailor, "can't : ., -
Every company, reliable.'yyhen ample bottle sent free by mall also a book RI. M..t...... glided'.cup la..' .But there la no timeto tands under the shadow of the leaves, help thinking something. In the way '-.11': qeafta... !" tw, LILM :r'A.

ailing more about Swamp-Root. and how to Mr. Sllmsky doa't believe the city look at this. A man can bave no eye the cross at his right band., ,Below him of a small check.."Philadelphia Prtsa Proud,..arent U yoif,..would. .win mx,", A..; ;titti-h.1 ,'
fled out If have kidney or bladder trouble.< water Is. safe. I notice It has a clouded
you for anything but the huge, upstanding moat } I
man proveto .,
does your pollcyjexplre! ? and In front of the pulpit, forming a daughter. young, ;you "J ..l"
\When writing mention reading this generous appearance thIs ,morning and tastes mass. of th* Potala palace to his left. part of the base, Is a horse which has A ...,. l.pres.1o.. my satisfaction thtd have f "- ." 'r.t.: '"

:jour policy in force; ?' offer In this paper and .. sort of-milky-and-, Mrs.. Btar.em"j'That It ,draws the eye of the.mind like: a thrown Its rider. It looks ,as though ,"What is your idea of a clawlor > tude, patrCh" 'und.e.': 131! ,''tI n'h "':
Telephone number 1-#sixteen., > I Dr..KUmer&CovBlnghamtoiV'N.Y.;your-address"1 to-... glass contains milk; Me; Shimeky.The loadstone, :(nor, Indeed, sheer bulk: and some Impious horseman bad'approach- '"A classic" said Mr Cumrox,;. "to ctunstauees.t'itrc) >,rtI1."; ,of ;; ;jc cbtcters'.4it.i; rd.t 1'r.courslll.j :

: .' -The water sat. your left. And by tbe magnificent)8'I1dacltooilld do> no more ed Calvary heedlessly and been hurled something ''you have to- listen to because toni( l ludomltabla frifl tQ u",1., I .of,
INSURANCE AGENCY I way, your board bill Was. due yeater- In than they have.done In a1l ',, ab'lllry td'-.Pi: ; /I.. ft .'t'
HON .regular fifty cent and _oe s.-a..a architecture to destruction oven, preclplce.i. The somebody else said It was good. eeed au-VuDoVe :
f f altar slue. are sold by all rood *uggt.ta.I day:.-Clereland Leader. this huge palace) temple of the grand explanation: of the design Is not given Waohlmgton dix,'.- a ii with fQrtunW
|U wl1l1nd us at !I Don't make any mistake, but rememI I somewhat' lama.. Simplicity/ has wrought a mar- by>; the guide at the .cathedral nor' In ., Ifl atloifT ,; Bultpr "Vvt" :, ""..llfoH; tft'J1I1tv<,rf) I ... -tr. '
I I ber the name Swamp-Boot;' Dr. Kil It has. dona' me (rood to Tel! In IltoneOIt, net In length and towering any book- so visitors and regular worshipers .Those who walk"'moot ue'ffn n>Hy dal1A'bCeI'l fo .1I9h..r; :.{." ".::1' :. .."?

Stetson and rLML ; i mer's Swamp-Root..) and the addresB'l: parched "by1' the boat .and drenched by nevonjty feet blgbeC! that the are at liberty; ,to Interpret It to .healthiest., The road of pcrfsct naMk asking ybe t r"h\'f..JtIf/1r.i\\; ", \):It l "" p4ptjenaeeurnNH' < ,

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,1 COUNTY RECORD. WILL TOLVMIA!! BE REPRESENTED ___ ____________________ ___ ___M__ F. .....!!!'. !.......... ............... :::.:.:::..::::.:.,.,!.-.:::.:.t::.' _.c.;......;...., "i,,
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.. If the Board of County Commissioners I Buying goods at. these prices tyo 'II
I' 1 lade S
Money Easily WEcAlr'yeTsT & MILLER
i: of this..county is to Saves to 'cent' ,
(CiiMNNl U tl>* Posvofflo* at DLaad FU.. 40' 50 per '"
44 Miooad olaM i..tter.F make an appropriation for the toto -

., One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 5 to 7 cents toto
,0. county to be represented at the : toto! HARDWARE FURNITURE
j .F f B. R. rRBTlTT, Editor Proprietor.i One Lot Men's and Ladies' Handkerchiefs 8 cents : !toto t '.
\ State Fair to be held at Tampa ,
One'Lot Ginghams Assorted Patterns 5 cents ,
.- .. toM *
in November the should I
people One Lot Fancy Figured Lawns 8 cents .a
England and Japan hare com manifest more interest in the un One Lot Men's and Ladies' Hose 5 to 7 cents w UNDERTAKING

bined to stand for .each other i in dertaking. The Board is not inclined One Lot Towels' 8 A 5 cents toto
the Far Hast. One Lot Shoes 69 08 cents \to LARGE AND COMPLETE! LINE OF HARDWARE! FURNl-r r toto<
to make an appropriationin \ A nitnre and Everything for your home the Best and Latest in j r
poll-tax-tax the absence of interest the Market, and our prices are as LOW AS POSSIBLB for the toto
The paidid-fog negroes any 10'fino class of Goods we carry. Our Furniture Department Is throe !?
and the bar-room captured Putnam shown on the part of the citizens. i PHONE ,7 F. P. MCELROY DELANO: FLA ,..i doors north of our Hardware Store, and when In need of anything in. toto
Tuesday. They made an appropriation last le/ oar lines we will take pleasure in showing you through either department .toto
county We have the goods yon need and will satisfy you or your toto ;
< '" i year for this purpose, expecting, ___________M s1..4ttts.MMMMMN 4e a.ean..salt tlst4tto-.wlts4tif,itnatC lu |(money! : back. '

'1 Vt' For jbrntali crimes .New York. at the time, that the citizens .._ / W \ :Careful 'Attention given all Mail Orders. toto'! .

t .City eppeer.)to be rapidly takingthe I I would supplement the action of residence on Maryland Ave, Emporla.A nn. 'Ii to \Ii
* over by private subscription II I big company of the neighborhood \Ii

,< and. at least to show some Mulligan guards turned out Monday toto Mr.'J. A. Stith,. graduate( 4/ M'
1 President Roosevelt will visita TKMS OF IJJJEKEST' WAFTED TO toto of one of the nest Embalming
public interest in the matter. night and gave them a splendid serenade -
number of cities in the 'South THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Schools of the country, is in \.u I
: This[ was 'not done, and the which wound up with refeshment charge of this department and '
during October: Jacksonville is county itself really had to buy CORRESPONDENTS, and smokables toto will give prompt and careful ,.'.
one of the cities, and the people toto' attention to every detail of thlc \1
some products for exhibit. Whatthe Osteen. work.
Pierson. ,lu t
; there are. preparing for his recep toto
t tion. county had there, creditableas Funeral Supplies ,1Ii

it was, ,did not reflect a Mr Hiram Ashley a practical timber Seymour Graves is spending theweek. toto \Ii""

It looks just now that all Florida great deal of credit on the partof operator of Fatlo, was here last week.: with his parents here. i \i) Always I in Stock. \Ii .:

the and its S E Smith bee been ill for several Mr Alvin Brooke is spending sometime ...... ..... .,......... .. '
citizens. quite
will have all the visitors-she county da.,.. Mrs J A Yarbrongh also quite at Mime thi veek. '",......;;;; :...;.;.a.a.:.................. ......'It'WI..............:...;..:.aa...;...........:.;..;.a............. .:;..;.a.IoIiii -:..; 'li1
Hence there
r' mUAt be enter
can take care of the coming: sea more .
. 'are prise in the matter coming from sick.Mr: Mrs D G Monroe visited friends at '
f son. People already coming
I and Mrs Shep Hughes of Lake Mime Saturday and !Sunday.Mr :: ------
,\ to locate for the winter, bringing the citizens if the County Com Helen were here Sunday visiting his and Mrs E A Osteen of Cow Creek For the Hood People of Volnsla. The only Hotel on Daytona Beach Open the Entire Year. :.
, their families with them. missioners do( anything in the with i
sick mother. spent Sunday home folk here.
matter. If is done Are you going; away for the Summer? If so, why not go to {;
Carlile. Harper and'W H Powell Mr W Walters and family are expected
The ,Tallahassee' True Demo STINGING REBUKE TO i
towards exhibit
a county at the shipped a large consignment of dressed home from North Carolina this

.. crat is hinting at, and proposes said Fair it must be done at once. pork Fnday. week. THE SALOON MEN THE BREAKERS )t i

to establish the fact, that there At next week's session of the Ira Reeves, a substantial farmer and Mr Jeff Cook has gone of Orange City ,

has' been existing for several Board something should be doneif stock man of Turpentine City was in and will move. hi. family there next BT-THE-8EA
considerable rottenness town Sunday. week. No Grog Shops Wanted In Volu- Is a home-like hotel at a reasonable price. Electric lights and all
years, ; is
anything done at all by the modern conveniences Sea food a specialty. First-class livery In con-
: connected] with the letting; of Commissioners. At the November CapU Peter and N L Pierson of this Mrs W D Benson and Mrs Crump of sla by a Large Majority. nection with the hotel. Rates $3.00 per day and upwards. Special

contracts for the State printing.Putnam session it place each consigned a shipment of Mime visited friends in Osteen last .. weekly and by the season. Ten; high grade furnished cottages on the
will be too late to Voltuia .
I oranges to Jacksonville Thursday. week. county emphatically beach in connection with the hotel: Special attention given to traveling -
i .get up anything like a creditable pronounced against the saloon within men's comfort. H. L. KOCHERSPERQER.
conntT went! Tuesday Dr G A Davit, a skillful practitionerof Mrs Ray Conrad returned home Sunday -
her borders at the election held last No better table in the State for tbe money Proprietor.
small All !exhibit. The Commissioners are DeLand. was called by wire to bin from Tennessee, where she spent
by a majority.
< Wednesday just as The Record all
:doing 'right. If the citiaens place Saturday to treat Mrs IC Hughes. the summer
the district. outside of Palatka along knew that the people would. They -- -- -
voted dry but the payment of generally; show no interest to Horsd trader W W Powell was here Mr John Newlan and wife of South want nu saloon In the county, and the
;for have an exhibit why the Board Saturday. Web can just conjure and Georgia are visiting the family of CaptN saloon advocates were so completely .POLKA-DOT-CANS-

poll taxed n'egroee Palatka. will not undertake the responsibility wallop any laddiebnck on a horse swap J Newlan. squelched last Wednesday that they

by the whiskey: .side made the alone. That the county Sheriff J B' Turner of DeLand was DrBlakewood of Titnsville is spend will not make another a"empttor years THE KIRDofPAINTTOBUY

county wet- as that town gave distributing the ballot boxes In this end ing his vacation with his sister, Mrs D to come.
196 majority for selling. be represented there can of the county Wednesday for the wet S Batten in Osteen. The rain poured and the wind blew

: not be questioned. It would ad. and dry election Miss Addie Pattillo left Tuesday for all day and a light vote in consequence I I !

No one can blamedge Parker vertise her resources, and with a The A 0 L Company laid the heavy Sutherland, where she will attend the was' polled! throughout the county. The ..}

creditable exhibit displayed, rails through here last week. It is safe F C College this winter wets, however polled their strength.for Imeeaal Nemotaadnm.. -.rirr...,-. ....a. .-.yMM. ....:::-.::_.: -
for saying "I told you so" in the _...._. _. .. .. \ ...... ...... _..
that they had their forces out. You will M.saiW-s-.Mm.. --
light of thee contributions would do immense good.; Such to say Pierson has never had as Mrs Batton returned home a few days .... ..''
many darkles on her streets at one time ago from Crandall Fla where she note in the returns below that several taw"
enterprise is what builds spent
made to the Republican up a before. a month with relatives.Rev precincts polled not a single wet vote. AKe trpngV! recommend Kmtoch Paint. Thc.l'\ln-li.' oil it fund by the New York: Lifo Insurance county?, and the county has an The majority for the dry side in the of paint..and when you buy Kinloch Paint ma) troy the JimA Snared ail
: opportunity to show to the world Honest Nels Pierson, assisted by his Allen is In Georgia_ a vanAtlnn.. .unu__, i el die tame lime right out\ of aM barrel. Mm together gallon for..lloo- n is
: Company.i If there were faithful wife is again buoy shipping and there was' no preaching at the M E county what The Record expected ,aurured+cheap.iaahubrNmnna.keandmoneye.nbu> > ,. The con per
any way"of,ascertaining. the facts what we have, what wecan have the palmetto fan decorations to New Church South last Sunday. and in behalf of the mothers wives and gallon b.few than for inferior grades of "Ready-Mixed" Pti l. "Kinloch"isreedy
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they- would'- 'probably- show 'that and what a great county Volusia York and Boston. Several shipmentshave Mr Alvin Brooke daughters this paper extends hearty to adz: Come and set ui-we'Jl cell you M I about !KIN&.Q H"
is. The 'citizens resigned his positionin thanks to the people for the stand they native. row money-irt fir otr.and In dIe COlI"" JIftIr'wear..
all the .47 ndiceterf'unCtruate in must act in the already gone. the store of A T Pattillo last week, took against the saloon coming into the I

which J. P.'Morgan' was interested matter, and that at once. Mark Twains climbing the Matter- and Mr J N Allman baa taken his place. county. For Sale by

: contributed liberally morn Mountains was' not half as busy Mr Millard Pattillo reached Osteen At DeLand 178 votes were cast, 148 W. M.OKOLMON, Orange City, FlaKOX.MON
n ...o" ,.. In the light; of the revelations as graceful Miss Mary Harper'was last week from Atlanta. He will goo..er dry, 19 wet, 11 thrown out not been

A democratic nomineeforVon- concerning the business methodsof Saturday afternoon here selling 4 or 8 to Port Orange on Saturday, where' properlY' marked. Of these 11 votes 8care ;11'1' n ram t1PANY

the'New York Life Insurance freezers of Ice cream. he will assist I in the management of the dry. About 34 more wanted to
I green in ,New York City last fall 0 H business of Pattillo & Co.
Capt Campbell the wellknown vote, but had neglected to pay their 1904
Company, in which it was shown ..
.was. defeated, and says his. own celery grower of Sanford and the hurtling poll tax. Of these it is known that 22

money, given to 'the republican that for the last three presidential salesman for the Doty & Stowe Tribute to the Memory .f Mrs. ThorpeThe would have voted dry. WILLIAM
years that company has'con- Company of Jacksonville who resides The
campaign fund, did him up. Heis ('range City Village Improvement precincts over the county votedas ,
tributed $"0.000 each time to( the In DeLand, was' transacting business follows: i
policy bolder.in; the Equitable Association, at its last regular I DEALER IN
here Wednesday. DRY WET
Republican campaign; fund the meeting, ordered the
following resolutions -
Insurance, Company, ,whose Major W H Hill the DeLand. .. ... . .. 148 19 I
subscription to the republican claim l :i :of ,.Alton, B. Parker thatthetruete'were right arm to the memory of its late Treasurer 'New Rmvrna-------------- Hfl a. Hardware, Furniture Dry Goods, Second Hand Goods, Etc

fund : : ,: electing the lie general manager of the R J Bishop Mrs. Emma T. Thorpe. Lake Helen ,, : :::::,: 26 00
was$48,000..' A great 'pro-; business at EldricJue, spent Saturday WHEREAS, It has pleased' the M aster, Stetson. .. .. .. . .. ... 18 00/ .
portion ot"thit ;'money. too. ,' 1 belonged > publican ticket begins to acquire night here, guest of Mr J A Harper. In His all wise Providence to remove to Seville.. .... .. .. .. .. 37 2 1 have consolidated my two and have a large and bet- i
M'.;wi'dotfg and,:orphans" an' appearance ''of truth. The Major Hill is a sober, model citizen of the higher life our esteemed and worthy Enterprise .. ..... ...... .. 8 4. ter stock of Furniture, Hardware. Dry Goods and general household
? Osteen. .. .. .... ._ 18
fact is that after the talented cultured '" 81 than I have heretofore carried, and will find the price right.In
every'campaign pattern. treasurer, Mrs Emma goods you
scattered throughout the country. Tabor Thorpe. Clifton .. .... .' .. .... .. .. 11 8 second hand household department can be found some big bar-
'. ..' H; i:| i ] .1' the managers of the campaign Mrs Lindstrom, the exemplary wife RESOLVED, That to-day we realize Orange City ... .. ... .. .. 80 2 gains.my (I buy and sell second hand household goods etc) I promise
should be to of architect and builder N S Lindstrom that the vacant place in onr business Pierson. .. .. .. ..... ... .. la 8 bargains In either Prompt attention given all orders
When! Jennings last compelled make a you department.
year, DeLeon Borings .... .. ... 36 4
and social circles will be hard and quick delivery. Don t fall to give me your orders.
ordered the State tax reduced to public ,statement of the funds ,of DeLand accompanied by her son to fill. Port Orange .. .. .. ...... 19 8
Curtis and RESOLVED: That we bow In humble ... .... .. .
have two particularly handsome Glencoe .. .. 9 8 WM. KOLMOIM ORANGE CITY FLORIDA
one-half'mill, he did it for his they expended, where they little daughters, I is In town guest of submission to the will of Him that Emporia.. .. ... .. .. ..... 18 1 ,
own political adyancement, hoping came from and what they were Capt and Mrs Peter Pierson. knoweth best, and "doeth all things Daytona. .. .. .. .:.. ..., .138 66
Ormond. .'. .. .... .
sent for. This well '' while .... .. 19 85
idea ,
probably hat it, would;aid was advocatedby Cadet Floyd Felt a student of Stetson we mourn her loss,' and Seabreeze ...... ... ... 28 22''
his candidacy, for the United Judge Parker on the stump University, arrived at this and tender to the afflicted husband and Holly Hill .. ....j._.. .., 8 8 .:\.......""' .-........... ...................................................................."" ............"" ......,..,'!//I!!,
I place friends our heartfelt and earnest sympathy :..,eo: e-: eC': : c-co: ; e-: ceo: : eoeo:
State. Senate.' But it didn't and,President Roosevelt, who is his parents' winter home at Emporla commending them to the care of Totals ... .......... ..Io89 214 \Ii' *

work. As; 'consequence' '' the always. quick to understand a Monday afternoon from the Pennsylvania Him who knows all onr sorrows, and is Majority for dry.. ... ... 875$ Never Before

.State ta iI''be higher, is year good; 'thing, recommended it to home. Floyd is a talented sober, always ready to comfort and help. Tomoka and Oak Hill two small precincts itij m
Lag l trneworthy man of the right calibre. not heard from. Ormond is the
than it been fur, years. The Congress. Some day, it is to be RESOLVHD, That the Society presenta only precinct in the county which voted (,\ Have we carried a more
hoped this country will Pierson is congratulating;herself upon copy of these resolution to Capt. wet.
present administration had to do adopt as m
Stock of
/ Complete (
drastic the acqnistlon of the Stenwall family.as Thorpe as a slight tribute to the
this to meet the legislation as the Anti-
of the
citizens. We extend to them a cordial memory of a beloved officer who was
State government.- Corruption Act of Great Britian welcome. They moved from Miami to ever faithful to the trust reposed in her; : FURNITURE 1 fvto 1

and not until then will we have this place last Saturday and are comfortably also that a copy be sent to the Volnala ;,14J %h

A foreigner 'who' 'has spent clean elections' or be certain that Installed in the spacious Lutheran County Record for publication. ', i Everything for your home-the latest in style-the best ftJgi\

nearly a year i in this country says the man elected is the real choiceof church parsonage. COMMITTEE. iii,\ that is made. we want to take yon through this depart
that reckless disregard of human John Glllis, bouncer ment of our Store You will find the foods you want and ,.
the people. In Great Britain, negro was pat -- !,i\ at prices thatCAN'T lit
life strike ,him, as the 'chief, and we believe this is true of under arrest last Tuesday by Depnty The following from the Louisville,
Sheriff Cede In Palatka on a charge alleging !11 BE DUPLICATED m'J
characteristic 'of the United Oanada;evidence that has Ky., Courier Journal will be of Interestto
States. lie''declareu that had been money the larceny of tools from Capt many; of the older residents of,,De- J ....".......-......... ....: !t tt
expended :
;)improperly to Marrison's Turpentine City plant, and ; :
Land .as Mrs. Cheny lived at De- '
'some of t11e''acoidente'tei\ ; ,trolley; secure the ele ti UJ, of candidate brought before Justice Cade, who committed Land and tanght up at once the Universityback !in t;: Undertakers and Embalmers mt';

'cars, andevate&trsins1whichhave for public:,office'renders' invalidhis him to the Criminal Court.. ....
in the
early SPs: :t
happened recently irt' thiscountry title to that' ffice, and make I Mrs Raymond Moody of East Pierson "Mrs.: Mary Elizabeth Cheny formerlyof !2,} Full! .tine! of, Fine Goods t 2}".. .,. '

odenrrediii'any'Rarbpean! him ''ineligible 'ever to' holdapotlieit'publk'oflice'The who has a higher destiny. of this life New Albany, but now of New York '{ 3 Always on'' hand*
V.6 country ':would'!' than Idleness, >was here Friday, accompanied City, where she is regarded as one of the !frf 't ;,1'tj '
there hsbOtbeen : remedy,! by her little" l !t l; ']1' '. 1 T I ''YIV \
'' grandson best recital singers in the East, Ison a
t ; some 'wealthy'' d'ir reoiaat irr:;/jail l is drastic, ..tt.is| tree but.it was George MoBride. !It.< and Mrs,Moody visit to her 'old home, after one of her !f\. C1 J j FALLCN ,& CO: ''I''; '.

i before the,,month ha4.zphed.The devised to deal, with i>conditions /gather and ship a 80 dozen"case of eggs successful seasons. Mrs. Cheny will do .._ .:w'1'1""f &;'.. !.:: .. ;"

which would yield'to no remedy I from their.poultry farm every week. considerable work next season In ........cI!'......._.......rr.......r.fI!!.................................._........,....C,'iJi'r'dsisit .. '
.nrTeypftbi 'Everglades I ,We ..orll:':_.;;:::eo:eeeo:eo:eo: 11co: ::: ;eco: ;eo:eo:ceo: :cC': :eeo: :-'
less 'drastic,! and.it has accomplished had three moves last week.' Mr costume, and will make a specialty of Going Back to Falatka.
r hat been'Completed looking to Fred Hodgson'' a.d his father moved the "Songs of the Nations," with which .
-, ,:It. drainage, and the1'''surveyor'is ..,,.the .bject.. for. which, .,it from the Kinny Lake Villa place to the she baa has .considerable success.' She ..lt4icisti.iteieae? >teisiaisiiteesiie.esitiisii

'6 f r at Tallahassee preparing his'report i- wae. enacted... James place In Emporia; Mr J 8 {Baker; will not, be heard'''at the JeffersonvilleChantanqna .IB/ds, / WantedThe'Ctty ,
.;';% l: ,to ''tJ e'.:Governor'ft; ; : : ,1s' and family moved from the Abb Jones this season.' An effort will : of DeLand will receive blda .TEE w., BOND cow j
? I Did you ever'notice a six footman house to the place vacated by Hodgson be made to have her appear In Louis- until and Including September 80, 1905, ., ,
: 'olsimedthattheanrvewillshow and villa before for 2lI(0 cords of 4 foot pine wood to bedeU.ered "
our excellent school teacher. Miss she returns to New York. .
-and. '
foot six .
". fall of Itf feeFlo(. thVocean leveljIf ; 'woman at the city plant wood racks. '
Eliza I
Bard, 1, from the Pierson House 1---.' order !.Manufacturers of :=
-, "leading" their little child along By i i"y
such Is,the ; those to the Peterson
ease great home. mittee of CornE. '
bodies of rich}and of; the Everglade the street The poor little chap ''A large birthday anniversary celebrated Letter to P. E. Bond. D. MoLzoD 5 Oranire'Box: Material l, :Pineapple Crates Peach f t. ,1.1

:. *';can ,,1 lie? reclaimed;' ,. but at has both arms extended"'perpen- with a marriage., A very pretty :. !DeLand, Florida City- .Clerk.. :$ Crates :Orange and a.ch.E Baskets Straw '
September 80, 1900 ,
I Sir ,
Dear ,
dicularly from the sholder and wedding was quietly solemnized at the I ; The late'presideD t of the ;
an expeuse.i It will _
enormous __ _
+ they are held steadily in that position spacious residence of Major R J Bishop Croton River bank at Breweters' N Y, u | berry, ,; 'Baskets. ,;, etc. | r' -":' .
bring into'enltivatfpn however, ... .
In Eldrldge Sunday afternoon the built the finest house in all that region, of. .
: principals "
thousands ofacreg,of th i,richest the little; one by,each parent) while being Mr Frederick B Hodgsonand In 1884, and painted it with lead-and-oll JOHNf B. 'WELCH' S 'Orders Fi1fed'Promptly.: .and shipped AnyJ J '

lands of AnMuriea a''lt' legs, have.to take>four Miss Marion QUMS, 'the beautifuldaughter at a cost of WOO-the! house 181.000. .

step .to every one, taken
The' trucking business In\yo- parents; ]Is it any wonder'that all of Emporla.,, Only a few friends and with Devoa at a cost of $800. In 1897 ', Address! ., :t ', I ."
tan !, getting D9ha children 'shown ." the immediate relatives of the contractIng this paint was' in good condition and :
county,, to wfio'are "the Fancy ,, Staple Groceries/ Tobacco .. '
very remanersUveffon.'tolmany I ght.".,'of city',in this,, way be- parties witnessed the ceremony after Lead-and-oll., ten $400, three years. De..oe18M .. Cigars.. :J THE E. W., BOND CO., :J= : t

at oat oii.en ,' those 'engaged'inft come upecuJia JY cross and peevish back which :the handsoms I couple drove years.Yours truly :t t ake Helen, Fla. *W
1 to the home
Emporia where a delicious Goods Shoes Eats
Etc. Etc. J'
1 Mid whom tree as the dayw.ars, on" & Ii '.
farm are on ?,. If you wedding' dinner awaiting them F W,DEVOB Co ;;: er.

9M&* land. rTh y"flnd'that'it cannot understand it try walking was served. The bride and groom are G. W. Fisher sells onr ..unt. Best and. I %a.1 seF..assse ...... 1ss.et......... ........ ..., ...., .. .

i jMSjny tr.+tilran toted at'the' '.same pace sndyyv1tli'your: two of Emporla .most popular'young -----... constantly freshest on hand Canned, and all Goods first,

!,' tdnd' 111. ft. ettllla w el orop.of arm* in' the satnefpoejtiondor I a people and their host of friend join In .. U C V Meeting class Groceries. for your table.
extending congranlatlons and beetwlshEldridge'l \ BOND
j'tnri while ..., The members of Lorinff/ 'Camp No, LUMBER COMPANY. <
i'JjJfto' ;,IJ: : ,' .of/; capable Notary Public; 1538. United Confederate Veterans, are Country Produce bought ; ;
i ready "'-J: .oJ W H Hill, officiated in his most pl.ee.hog .. hereby notified that the Will 9
f. regular
quota and their
MWfllft quarterly you priced supply yoU. from yards near the depot at DeLe d
ftonra.iq +Ne1r"York has lived to see'it* wsqrw'M*!and Mrs Hodgson receiveda meeting; of the Camp will be held with the beat cypress and yellow pine .

w': !G I""ed .idols,;'ChaunceyXtaDew! turned to After number th tr Useful, present from friends. day in the Oct.court Srd house Business In DeLand. of Importance on Tow- and Orders delivery' receive prompt.careful 'You attention will Lumbar Flooring Ceiling Turning t''SHINCL'ES \

ItOkiBt .. .lVltOL 'elay, ',,Tney have even. named a return from -a short honeymoon to be tran aoted. By order of find my prices as low as the lowest; Mouldings, ( ,
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to Tamp they will be at bom to Jive me a callS
T7., M. BI NNJ'I'T.: W. 8. THAYER, ',
4ve cent after LATH'I
.cigar him': th.le'frie ida for awhile ia, the Jamas! Adjutant Commander ETC.
-' All f ember,Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered anywhere In the oil

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you .buy clotheIi ,

G.A.Dreka&Co's' focal' and ...l.tS'ltoJm. for tae F"opl'. Openig Enrollment 11 In Excess of, the you may be sure. '.of getting. i'' '

P..pr..-Brief Mention of F_ MSMQ \
I-A' b"our .pon... Fine Opening Last Year. What you ''want. ,.

Hart Sc'haffner'&Marx. t .
Department Store New tablets at Brill's. v
W. 8.:' Taylor. Dentiat. The John B. Stetson University had a most successful one, and The Record clothes are noted for style and .r- '

Good weather for fall crop Its greatest opening, this week as had heartily congratulates President Hnlley f
Phone and the entire. quality-all wool "'mercerized"
77Men's faculty upon the remarkable ; no _
Fresh. garden need at Fisher''*. been expected for months from inquiriesthat IYr '
prosperity of Stetson uDder -
''It rainy day WedDe had been received from prospective nor other cotton; ;:
0 wl\lla day. students.. The opening enrollment this their wise and superb management. any .. "

-- Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. week was 849, or 41 in excess of the Several new teachers have been employed We've priced them'right; the ..
Straw Hats at Mr. Mo e Marsh is now with Orauors number enrolling for the year beginning to fill the vacancies made by y

livery. twelve months past and by far the those who resigned last spring label is in them, small thing to ,-

a Large Reduction. Orange are two-inning to put on a largest number registering at any former Henry C. Hill, A. B., LL. B., a graduate -
golden hne. opening In its history. of the University Michigan, will look for a big thing to find. .

Brill la back with a lot of new tablets The opening exercises were held Wednesday teach lu the law department, he taking ,
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Men's Summer Suits I and oilier Bchool stationery. morning in the beautiful Audi- the place of Prof. Cary D. Landia. who o

I torium, which was crowded with students resigned to practice here.
bike Helen sends
four and
20 per cent off City six to Stetson this year. visitors and citizens of DeLand. Prof. A. L. Shnrie of New Baltimore. \
President Halley made a short 'Informal Pa will be the director of the normal dealer in .G'G'1r '
The Cranor stable* received a carload address, directed to the young I school vice Miss Stella Vincent re .
Large Remnant Saleon of fine horses this week. men and women who had come to be signed. All kinds of Furnishings for r :

There is yet a great demand for educated at the Institution. The time Misses Susie Law, Viola Erhart and Men and ,.. .

Lawns. skilled mechanics at DeLand. they are to spend there is to bean Investment Annie Merryman, three of Volnsia. Boys. .
Copyright $ bjr ,
190 ; '
Judge MoOrory was in the north end in their work through life, County's most popular school teachers, !t
Schaflncr MM.
on business the first of the week. and; the future treasure would be In will be the assistants in the normal Mart &

Don't forget to ask Mr. George Self and family returned proportion to what they accomplishedwhile school --- Loilal..

this week from Daytona Beach. at Stetson. If they accomplishedlittle Miss Olive May Hnnsaker, a graduate

for a Fashion Sheet. School books and school supplies at the investment wound count for of the Ohio Wesleyan College: will be W. A. ALLEN %, CO -
,< the Lumley & O teen Pharmacy. but little through life. The University the instructor of shorthand and type. '.
stood ready and willing to cooperatewith writing in the business college, succeed
Special attention JXax Collector Smith was at the county them in their ambitions for an ing Mrs. Purnell, resigned. and Jewelers.
.. given seat from New Smyrna Thursday.Get education and a graduation, but the pence' Druggists .t
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Gibbons will
garden seed that will germinal institution could only assist, the student
to Mail Orders.
beln charge of Cbandoin:: Hall, the girls Drugs t
and come true. Fisher has them, ;JustinMrs. must diligently do his or her part and ,
Charles A. Wood has been confined then would inevitably come a rich and Stationery,

to her room from illness for the Bating reward. The student makes Mr. J. T.! Hamilton, for several years Huyler's Candies I ,.

C. A. Dreka & Co's past week. himself or herself, the college only steward of Rollins College at Winter Kodak Supplies, ,"
Park will be the steward of the university
assists l. rendering them the assistance l -
The six p. m. closing of DeLand Florida Souvenirs < .
termll to develop their minds, gnidn succeeding Roger L. Landis, re 1""
stores, In effect since last May ) necessary ., 'I
Department Store. nates today. them in the paths to the attainments signed. Mr. Hamilton brings with him Toilet Requisites, ,:: ,

of the best, truest, sweetest and the chief pastry" cook, and two assistants Watches. Dr. Mellette's Remedies. -_ _
Mrs. W. C. Cannons and children -
noblest to be had in life. that have been with him at Rollins. Clocks,
Phone 77 Monday from a week's sojourn I
at Daytona Beach. The present will be the best year in Rev. D. J. Blocker, a Stetson graduate Jewelry, (.....x I( '!1\\
the history of the institution. The attendance will fill the petition of dean of Stetson Silverware .Ir.' *. ":.
Mr. T. H. Prevatt at DeLand >
will be much larger, the work Hall, the boys' dormitory, succeed
from' Seville: Thursday, bringing in the Cut Glass, ,,,,, .. .
will be better, the facilities and equipments log Prof. Frank Dana Sears, resigned ., ft
return from that place. are improved, and the student A department of chemistry has been Optical Goods, i 3 *,< ) a

The family of Dr. Davis returned this has the best to be had for his or her established, and will be in charge of Fountain Pens, Etc. L

week from a summer's star at the advancement. Students, as in past Prof. E. G. Pierce, a graduate of Back-

former home In Georgia. years, will be arriving dally yet for nell University. Heretofore this .department NEXT TO POST OFFCJ ,;; i' 1 13
School books school material weeks. and
writing several the department of history
tablets, etc., for your children at the Never did the John B. Stetson University has been nnder the charge of Prof. G. -

inmley & O teen Pharmacy. begin< a year tinder more AU P. Carson, who will be at the head of -- -- --- ----9ftWnam

tioious circumstances; the year will be the; latter department this year. .
Brill has odds and ends in stationery,
Lumley & Osteen Pharmacy Chin",ba keh, etc, which he will sell at! ------ Orange City Wagon and BlackSi 1tli'Sliops.r: :

cost to make room for new goods. The last day of September, 1905.: Fresh onion seed for fall planting a- ... .1
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DEALERS IN Mr W. C. Cannons left this week for Hats off to Lake Helen and Stetson. Fishers. ,
d' t O M
Eat \4 )
the horse markets of the North to purchase If you wish to learn, go to Beelar's Fresh Fish at Marsh Bro's. market Branch at Lake Helen and ;tl Yam ThereEYGryWednesday .. tt
Choice Fresh Drugs, Stationery, Toilet Ar- the winter stock for his stables.Mr. School. every Friday. Shop : Y. I

ticles, Lowney's Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, A. J. Underhill of Lake Helen Mr. and Mrs. J. L. True were Orange Old school books exchanged for new and Saturday. '" "r'': ,. :
was in town Wednesday. His son resumed -, City visitors Tuesday. one at Fisher's drug store. .

Fresh Garden Seed. Agents School Books his studies at Stetson this week. 1 Fisher has a fresh supply of garden Mr. and Mrs. D. C.' Stricklin paid _,. .,''d 1v

and School Supplies.We The Misses Erhart, spending their seed for fall planting Jacksonville a visit this week. ,''H '"
Wagons and Buggies :Made or Repaired. Horse Shoeing a
summer vacation in New York, re- Five stndends for Stetson came in School books bought: sold and exchanged Specialty Carriage/: buggy and wagon painting done in the ',1
turned home the latter of the week .
part at Fisher's Drug store. -
from Arcadia alone Monday.The best manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmith
keep all colors of the celebrated Sher- Mrs. A. S. Manson returned yesterday County Commissioners and School Mrs. E. L. Powe and little Mildred ing Done and all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Giveme

man-Williams from Hot Springs, where she has returned Thursday from their visit to Trial. Orders Attended to.
Paint; also beautiful line Wall Board will meet in October session a Promptly .
I been taking the hot baths the past two
Paper, latest paterns. Give us a trial order. months.. Monday. Ohio. I '. '
Dr. Panda and family arrived home Mr. J. J. Banta returned Thursday '
Mrs. S. C. Fuller of Orange City, from a month spent delightfully at Hot THEO DEMRO Orange City Florida t11'-
the first of the week from their summer ,
LUMLEY & OSTEEN PHARMACY spent Tuesday in the city. Her daughter vaca tlOD. Springs, Ark.
Miss Hattie resumes her studies at
Stetson. Mr. and Mrs. Ap T. Rossetter were For Rent-Eight room furnished

DeLand FloridaA. Enterprise visitors to DeLand the first house new. electric lights, all conven-
All school books used text books
of the week. iences. Will rent for the season. Pleas
in the public schools of the county and antly located on New York Ave. Address KLICKER BRAS
Mr. Robert Nelson and family were
school stationery can be had at Fisher'sdrug C. Record office, DeLand. ,
store.Mrs. ..t DeLand from New Smyrna the Brat

S. D. Jordan and Master Ray of the week. Prof. Henry C. Hill, graduate from Merchant Tailors

returned yesterday from Atlanta, to The October term of the Criminal the Law Department of the Universityof

H. WOODALL Phone which place they went from Highlands Court of Record convenes a week from Michigan, and a professor of law, arrived
79 several weeks Tuesday next, Sunday to assume his duties as
professor in the Law Tree Doors South from Fisher's Corner
Department at
Fine GroceriesOUR Mrs. John R. Wetherell arrived from Messrs. J. B. and L. E. Odnm were at Stetson, taking Prof. Landis' place, who
the county seat from the Spring Garden
the North Wednesday. They are living last
in their new home, corner of Michiganand action Monday. spring to practice. We are cow located on South Boulevard three doors from Fishers
Mr. F. G. Brill returned the latter corner where we invite our customers and the public generally to call
STORE Amelia avenues.Mr. The DeLand High School opens Hon- and Inspect our New Line of Samples, for both; Ladles and Gentlemen
part of the week from his vacation
and Mrs. O. D. Jackson and Miss day next with the promise of a very just In-the latest Fashionable Styles and Colors. A fit is always
We etarted out to make our Store a public necessity, and Marion returned Tuesday from Eostis, large attendance.Mr. spent at Brooklyn and at Huntington guaranteed you by us. The bet material on the market for the mon-
our whole endeavor shall be given to this end' Lake, N. Y. Before leaving New York ey. Stylish suits at popular prices suits that wear well and that (give
where they have been on the grove place Thomas L.Ames and family are he bought a complete and very band- satisfaction We are prepared to turn out more and better work
OUR POLICYWe the past two months. located In the Smock house, Wisconsin than heretofore. Remember the place and give us your order.mlIult8 .
some line of goods for his store and has
Mrs. Ray Conrad her sister Miss Nell Ave., for the winter.A :: repaired, pressed or cleaned at moderate prices.
decided when we started in the business to build up a busy this week opening up. Mr.
Stackhonse and niece little
reputation for honesty and square dealing with our customers, Margaret fine little seven pound son was Brill did a good business all last winter KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda
and shall always stiok to this, because we believe it pays In Woodall returned Saturday from a born to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gould last making friends and customers for his ,
the andOUR vacation in Tennessee.
spent Thursday night, both doing well. store, especially of the tourists, a stock ,
Mrs. M. Holden and her ---- ----
STOCK George accomplished The East Coast has sent lots of he carries especially for them. He

4 daughter, Miss Annie, re will carry a larger stock this season of
indents this season to Stetson. More
We carry a stock unequaled In quality and price; we carry
everything the trade calls for, but if there is anything in our turned the latter part of the week from will be coming for several weeks yet; bib regular line and additional select
line you want which we haven't, kindly tell ns and it won't their summer vacation spent it Brooklyn tlons made while North.

take as long to get It. We will have now very little more of The many friends of Mr. and Mrs S. Some Pleasant DeLand Homes.. ...

OUR HOPES Judge and Mrs.J. T. Melbourne were summer weather. Genuine Florida A. Wood will be pleased to learn of the
from Sanford this weather now until next May or June. .I d
over week
spending marked improvement in Mrs. Wood's
We hope to give efficient service to our patrons daring the .
Mrs. D. A. Morrison from ,id 1 -
several days with the parents of 1\1... came up condition. It 1
coming season, and ask for your patronage. Is now believed that all ,
Welbourn., Captain and Mn. D. HjPnrdon. Jacksonville Tuesday to visit her Bisters danger of her immediate trouble has ,. .) L'f :

A. H. WOODALL '. Mrs. S. A. Wood and Mrs. W. O. Watts. Parties in the North who wish winter a't' rr.,1t,
PHONE 79 passed and she is on the road to permanent a 'or ,., ...' .
'. Mr Kills G. Blake was a Lake Helen Prof. MacDougall of the Business rtoovery. Last Saturday. she was permanent home In the Athens..of, .Floridashould : I. rll atd+

visitor to DeLand Wednesday. His son Department of Stetson, and family arrived in a very critical condition and her write THE RECORD for particulars. >A.' ,. .."l ""

began the College course at Stetson this home Tuesday from their summer husband and family were apprehensive "" .' .:..
few nice homes with all conveniences centrally l4 : :: ;
week, graduating from the Academy vacation. or her recovery. Dr. Morris of Jacksonville I
At Ole Presbyterian Church Health Certificates. last spring. Mrs. Isabella Coulter and daughters, was telegraphed for Saturday and pleasantly located, can be secured, at ",' .1 4

At the morning service a brief sermon Per on81eavt'Dg DeLand' and vicinity Parties visiting in DeLand, may send Misses Marion and Bessie, moved Into night, but upon his arrival Sunday the private sale, ranging in prices from $1,500 to '. d. :f
followed by the reception of members for points beyond the State line will, the home West New York Ave. patient was much improved what few 'of'
new on write want. 'A'
during my absence, get health certificates their children to Beelar'i School aDd f6,000. just you .' ;;
and the administration of the Communion from any physician in town. have them continued in their course this week. Mr. Oscar Davis eldest son of Mr. can be had at a bargain. DeLand ,is booming II)', J

service. At 7.80: in the evening the DR. MACDIARMID. without change of books. Individual 1 1ln Principal Hulvey of the DeLand High and Mrs. M. Davis, left Wednesday for and the prettiest in Florida., Ask for, "t
regular preaching service. All will be Chairman Board of Health I Nome City, Alaska, though he can not place .
tructlon Correct methods.All School, returned this week from his "
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most cordially welcomed. -- reach the booklet--"DeLand, the'Athens of Florida. ;, d dt
arsh vacation, which he passed at Sweet- there before May next on accountof 1- '.' .
Notice Methodist Episcopal South. the elementary and high school the ice. He spends''the' winter at I,. .
to Fablie School Patrons. Regular sen ices every Sabbath at 11 water, Tenn .
branches, all the business branches In Seattle
leaving there first "II
by boat in
Wew pupils who wish to enter school a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10 Mr. H. O. Swerdferger and family .
Junior 8 Senior eluding apeclal'couwee In shorthand, May for the land of the ,
a m; Epworth League pm; midnight sun,
for the term Oct. returned last week from :
beginning 2nd will a pleasant
Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid-week typewriting, and book-keeping, are where his brother LeRoy ia at presentThe AIastjo
please see the Principal at the High coral Wedne 4ay. 7 80 p m. A taught at Beelar' School by an experienced month passed on the beach at Coronado, brothers have located a .gold claim ,
School building Saturday morning, invitation is extended: to ..all teacher. occupying a cottage. .
Sep. 80th. E these ierdoee.FFF'FFF'FFFFFFFFt near Nome City, and expect to come out $ 4k .
Mr.1 E. L. Hon, manager of the Judge Hudson. a Lake Helen negro, of that country in a few year immensely ,, : "'''f .

Electric Light & Ice Co.. Mrs. Hon and pleaded guilty at the plea term of the rich. LeRoy !gives glowing: accounts of Inside Foot PI : : : .

month delightfully spent at Demerest, '100 and cost all $118.50, ,which" he tAt t-- 1 lda.dleteat.0youabonl'S o "

i THE ', Ga., and they Ml return much Inproved paid Into the court the Christian Churen. tar Wind Mills' A :Ptrfcot w.lI''' COldl' "\'

I iJi; ST. ELMO. | by the vacation In the' mountains of 'Rev. and Mrs. Dwight Cameron, Sundaj'school'begins at 10:00 I Neat ,drop -Combines'Ole'nthtttas' '>W9 '
North Georgia. who have been visiting Mrs. CameroD'amother : a. m. 1 around to our plaoa. 'eta Star 1 i
!II. '" Sermon and Holy Communion 11:00: .. 1 Wind Mill I. made to tae hens.{ end DurabilityAny '
I Dr.. John MaoDiarmid left Tuesday Mrs. M. V.Blelby, left Thnrs- r war. It's mnl In the brush ft J ;
;I !Ih'y\ i ,,, 7 m. Junior Endeavor 4 00 Y. P" th."to on* can on
; r p. m.1; the lert.r "
night for Pensaoola to study the yellow day for West Palm Beach, where Mr. word Mo one can rub h N off "f fH
; i' ,Ii' Visit our popular Ice dream'Parlors 5 fever epedemlo prevailing there.* Th.Doctor Cameron will be Rector of the Episcopal C. E. 6.49 p. m. 'Evening service rw ,:
with sermon by 'the Pastor 7.80: 5 ei. W wee'sax Piastico !Ie ;i0 i
try our delicious 5i ohuroh. ; a pore ) .
has had with tL '
W never experience i
i Morning subject, -Life in Four Words". and porous wall coating. andn'oUtb/ roc ..;
Oream and Sherbet, 'cold i iI yellow fever, and goes to be assigned to Mrs. F. P. McElroy and Mr. O. a Evening subject "Are Not My Days does) not moire; taking ou to.renewsadoafiksfsomind.It1isti. -

drinks, etc. Comfortable duty, at Us request by State Health. loElroy wife and baby returned the I Few?" Enter Into his : .., -; ,
I officer J-j,Y. Porter. first of the week from New York. t gates with t#, Oti"ht.aN a dry powder,seedy' ._ .... r X'I'
.chairs, sndbeet, service, ,and 1 thanksgiving- ,,_and into his .court*'.with. ., .adding coM water and em tie .. A'O ILB I--
i "7T"he St..EI-. don't forget ito tryour: fine ; Mrs.: D! B..Paxton gave a delightfullawn While there they purchased a fine stock I praise. easily. rMhfld'ODo bj a y 00-. .... s I
\Jfmo ,1 I party last Saturday''afternoon InbooM. of fall and winter good for the Mo-. March's Meat Market., bNlNLta411s Made in white-,,at>4 (onrteeVJt' r :rl

!II bread cake Pies,. .candies before.you go, Ii 'af the. Brsl anniversary of'band. Elroy dry goods establishment The very beet' Western and Florida fashionable! tilde. t< .j 'W: ...'8..; ',/iW' + "
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;I maCCarOOD -.......4.4!.,.,?.? i come little Master JamesM.;Paxton, The ODean Carson of. the Department of meats can always be had at the. Marsh ;AMTMCML30IWK n.Ht. ; ,
!!! yard was full of Uttle folk and the History of .Stetson, arrived home Monday Market"" The. choicest Rosts, Steaks UII. .eAPSOS... .IIICIL, : .i; 1G, ,
lady fingers Ohope, Beef
; I ", afternoon passed most pleasantly with night Mrs. Carson, who spent the Mutton and Pork,San ase. ;- -- .' ;... I ;;rf i ia.
alwayefreeh.., W. B FUDGER Pro. '" eta The standard packed meate on.' Pump Wind Mill and rslN/I e / 4 .
!I I them. The afternoon entertainment latter tart of the summer at Saratoga hand. Try Marsh's Market and get the, .. ......__...7' .
closed with delicious refreshments for, Springs, remained over at Jacksonville beet for your home. WELL WORK .. W..FISHIdL< ,.s"

%,*.*.*.*..*...*.*....*.*.Mt. *....********.44-iU. *....**..) the merry and happy children. a few days to visit with her mother. MABSH BRATBxag.n Promptly: Executed. ;

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,ii'-V; ..*.l.at All Birr. tbe Own. .* Ike .*..t".kk. Notice Is hereby given that on Wednesday Notice Is herebygiven that -tho".under..r :ATLANTIC COAST' LINEThe

: ..' V ..-. Th*. .. !...<..><. '' I QION' DISEASES January 3rd, 11(00 the fundersignwl, signed l Administratrix of the estate ''of Cyrus .
administratrix of the estato of .Whaoler B. Waters, deceased, will, on the 10th day
< Y. source ofr title to good*. ..and chattels. ooanc and vouohers aa such admlnlstratr7|; 'count, as snob Administratrix. to the Honorable Great t. Through Gar Line From Florida
law I !i.$PEAK FOR THE BLOOD to the lion J. Lee MoOrory. Judge of the County Judge ofVolusla. ounty,, ,,. ,
; Briefly too hi that tb& flnder bas a County!; Judge's Court ,of Volusia oountv, Florida, at his offloe at BeLand Florida. ,

.e. clear tltlo ."aluat all the woild exceptInftVtba I if'.. Skin Diseases speak lor the blood and tell l 'of the acid-laden, poison such Florida. and ask for a final discharge as and This ask for.a final Oth, discharge 11)06LOUISE) .V
administratrix. August ,
r 'i ( owner. The proprietor of a I IV ous condition 'of that vital fluid and of Its effort to throw off and rid the; BRISTOL WATERS. V CONNECTIONS:

.\ coach V or a railroad car or a ship has no system of the poisons and waste matters that have accumulated in it. Eczema Administratrix( ofttls't V V of ,WheelerIL Administratrix East 1 THE :ATLANTIC COAST LINE Tin Charleston, B

V Wght to demand Pl'Opertt'fouud on 'bin ,, etter Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis, Boils and diseases of this type Bristol.V V VV the, V } V mond and Washington.. V

2 1 V I' WI_ Such'proprietors may make, I are air caused by a weakened and polluted blood circulation and though they NoticeAll Notice of 'Final V Discharge. .'C\J\

In regard to' lost articles,', regulations: may have lain dormant in the system during the cold weather at the coining Executors' that the under I To 1 The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. "'
Notice Is hereby
A "b1c -' will bind their employees, but of Spring and Summer when creditors' legatees, dlstlbutees and signed administrator with the will annexedof The }J' The Mobile & Ohio B..B t via,Montgomery.,
theyc4uu0t bind tIle public. the blood is reacting and makIn' 1896 I experienced at times patches on the In. all persons having claims against the estate the estate of Lewis A Austin, deceased, ,
: "
V extra efforts to all aide of my bands that itched and burned causing of Amelia Lawrence deceased are first of February A D 1006 '
'';, ;' Th* law" of finding was deilured) ", by ing expel mnch tMscomfort. I was convinced I was afflicted Hereby notified to present tbe same to the file will his on tbe Una! account day together, with hisvouohers Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New
morbid and To
tile kliig'sr bench more thou a hundvutt poisonous matter a type of Eczema. I consulted several physi- undersigned Executors within twelvemonths with tbe Hon. J. Lee MoOrory EastTo I York, Philadelphia and Boston. ..
: 1 i years ago (when It was the supiumecourt ;:, they make their appearance.lth ,and used several external applications, ro.External forever barred.from this deW or the same will be County Judge Volusla County, Florida The 1 via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash. Baltimore.: ._

i of common law lUr England) as! remedies cannot, celvlng but sllgbt temporary relief. I decided to This March lAth 1008 at his. office In DeLand Florida. and ask Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation.
! V 'fulloeV 'I cure; they soothe and give try S. s. S.. andBOOo. I found mlself entirely cured. JAMES H. CUTLER tbat the. same be allowed\ .and approved and ;Via Steamship,' Company for Baltimore and :Philadelphia.VU V:,
suoh administrator
) that he be discharged as
: V -,., iA person found a wallet V containing! I temporary, rebel, but often StatioD A., Kansas City Mo. W. P. BauSH. JAMES Executors L. ORB with the will annexed To KEY WEST "1

V .uu>. of':.money 01.a' shop 1l000..?. Uo4'r clog the pores aDd glands,and V '. VV. L. OSBORNE, and V PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL V
the the trouble is thus shut in' the td break out of STEAMSHIP CO. '
banded the wnliot and cdutunta Wlhesbopkcepor poison causing up system Administrator with tbe will annexed HAVANA I
t6 afresh later on. S. S. S., a purely vegetable blood remedy, cures all skin V Notice to Debtors anti Creditors the estate of Lewis A. Austin deceased.

V : .s. to be returned* (pie whIch own. diseases by going down Into the circulation driving out all poisons and wasteS Notice l Is hereby driven that the under. This July 26lh, 1SW interchangeable mileage tickets good over 18,000 miles ofthe principal railway

V !i Ver.V AfterUiiee yours, dlng strengthening the blood leaving the skin signed bas been appointed Administratrix of the Southern State are on sale by the principal agents.
Ji''V the owuor did not call for !tIll pt'opoity, ortho estate of C. P.Jolly and Mil parlies "Tbroul11 Pullman Sleeper Port 1 1 snips to New York via Atlu ntlo East Coast Line
V soft and smooth and building the entire system SHiil Notice of Final Ulacharge.No'tloe I
up claims demandu against I
.the flnder demanded of the.qlibpkueperthe. I i I holding or Iror Information can on E. L. Powe, Ticiret agent i, or address *
V its tonic effect. S. S. S. Nettle Rash Pol. estate will present tbe same to the under.signed Is that Monday complete
S s"by cures hereby given on
'J Pass.
W. D. Agen'
wallet. and the moqo.J The latter within two from this date or October 1U05, the undersigned, administratrix FRANK 0. BOYL8TON, DlBt Pass. Agent, STAttJf i avellng
years 80.
son Oak and all skin diseases that enter-the system 130 Watt Bay Street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
rei'iiHtod. the barred.
.to deliver tbemxjupou V the same will be forever da bon II non cum testamento VV
., V grqua.*''that I jtliey! .were found on bin through the pores and glands, as well as those that CARRIH B. JOLLY annexo of tbe estate 01 Martha White, 11. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager. W.J. CRAIG General 1'assengei .gent;
i premises. ',flieVf Uidcr< .then sued the have their origin .in the blood. Book on Skin Diseases and any advice wished; This Sept. 1, 1001I. AdministratrIx.Notice deceased will present her final account Wilmington North Carolina.,
1 ; *
with said estate and the vouohers1 thereforto
i: bopkc i'W..imd. ItiuIeld_ as stated without charge.TUE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. to Debtors and Creditors. Hon. J. L. MeCrory, County Judge of

V above, tliiit nznlust all the world save .- .- .-- -- .. .- ----- -- Volusia County Florida, at his offloe In
: : Notice l is hereby given that the undersigned DeLand in said county and ask that said VV
tho the finder Is
the thJfI.Ot
owner, pOI' Notice of Final Discharge. bas been appointed by tbe Hon. J. account l ho allowed\ and tbat she be discharged V
:1 I ', fact, 'Hho flnde! > has Indoed been held ODD ENGLISH CUSTOMS.Only Notice Is hereby given that six months Lee MoCrory County Jndga of Volusia from further administration OP Florida East Coast Railway
! to stand In the plnco',of the owner. after data to-wit: On October 23rc, County, Flol'Jlla. Administrator of the estate said estate. :
I.I ..Thus.. A'pie vailedIn, nn action again On. l'"., .r of the Realm May: 11)06) I will present my final accounts al of L. W. Udum lately deceased of said ELLA K. WHITB
"" ... an..artlolewbl b A had Keep a lioilrvimrd. executrix of the estate of Harmon Marlni" county, and all persons having" claims ordemands AdmlnisaatrlxDeLand
.B,wbo found
I and auk for my anal discharge as executrIx against said estate will present Fla., April 20. 100G. local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to 7 1905
lost Exji-y family of ancient lineage nas Sept.
J ; originally fouudbut subsequently of said tbe same, duly authenticated, to me within ,
I jV jf'inie )olle8..hlY'*! no especial rights I In some custom which In faithfully ob- estate.MARY FRANCES MARING. two years from date or the same will be

I : regard; fo. .articles' lost unless thoso served by ouch succeeding generation, April 21st, 1DOS. forever barred. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un lOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-READ UP. ,
'I be lost la olcm Dated this September 14th 1006 der Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Lawsof
t : rlgu"Mre -Y-oriforred by statute. Recolv. though Its origin way ..
JOHN B. OL)UM, Florida.
I 'L.:. <:r(rs .ofjartlUHdi found are trustees for 'Ity., Two of tIle most remarkable Executrix Notice. Administrator of Ibe estate of L.W.Odum is that U Neenan. I re.mo ]No. 99 STATIONS No. 7'8 No. I/S
hereby given
, IfI the oqrner or flnder.. In the absence
.pedal, statute they .hare no power 1 tlJi. Rutland's family since the middle agei of John M. White deceased, are hen Notice of Una Discharge. the 2nd day of July A. D.. 1000 bas filed S 00 p Lv .Jaoknonvtile...... Ar 7 OOp 880
I 1 article against the finder Those who visit Belvolr cattle maybe by notified to present the same duly au. mid certlllcata in my office, and has made 507 p B48n : ::::::::::_b.. Jcoksonvnie.------::::: :: 859 p 849 : )t
keep an
-i., '. any then tioa ted, to tbe undersigned Executrix Notice l is hereby given tbat the under. deed to Issue In accord. e 15 P 10 C8 a" ."."_.....St. AoglIs.IDe ..........._. 6 80 p 7 40 a
, 4V /i more than a finder has to retain an a;< oatoulaUjd to Bee a wutcbiuuu. pat within twelve months Irorn this date or the signed Exeoutrices of the last Will and ipplluation for tax embraces e os p 11 8J a ....._......"...B..tlDga.. ......_..._. .. 4 85 p II 4Too"a
l P r tide against the owner. Ins the battlements throughout the same will be forever barred. Testament of Frances A. W. Shimer will once with law. Said certificate situated 110 p 11 80 ,5 ..........._.. Bant Falatka ............... 686 P 8 18 a V

'/1' night with a halberd his sbouldei ELLA K. WHITE on tbe 10th day of March A. D. HJOtt) present the following described property COo TsT. 19 18 p Ar ....._.............ralatka...............".. Lv 410 p COB:'
I A, finder must, however, use everreasonable over Executrix their final account as such Executrices, In Volusla county Florida, towlt: 648 p tub a Lv .....................Palatka.San ................. Ar 5 OOp ....856.. !!.!
f;, means to discover the own. I II Every hour ho calls aloud the time and< Orange Citv. Fla. Aorll 4. 1001I I together with tbe vouchers to tbe Hon. J. NX lot 4, blook F, Bryan's Biubervllle '"1181, ToopSF ....."........_. Mateo_....."........ Lv 1 10 p .'.......' =:
I .r of :found goods before appropiluIng the condition of tho weather, then continue Lee County Judge of Volusla The said land. being nRsessed at tbe date c: 9 10 p BOO- -a Lv ........_........Sao MataoPort ..............".. Ar 895 P 7 M) aV (II

, 'r, them to his own use. It has bean bill patrol aa before until da;- Notice of Final Discharge.The County Florida. ,Florida.and ask nt for his a final office discharge at DeLand nit of annie the of ISBIISIIUV Maitba of Hillmnn such UL-IIllicit. Units In V ttnld the, tIS TMi 803. & 19 la 4T 81 & Lv". :::.::::::::::::..Bunnells Seers ...::::::::::::::: Lv. 8 tbfi.44 p 888 Eia: ft r+

I, : declared that knows If the finder he knows theE .&break.This 'observance V has been zealously]; estate Undersigned Alooro L.. administrators Bushnell will. of on the the such Exeoutrluos. certlll'au.'llhall be redeemed according! the2eth tnlaw 01 S 841 10 p p 13 imp 55 p :': ::::::-8.::: :::::: '.:: ';::::::::::::::: :: 887 8 1(1 p p 458 890 : "

; ewneror that can discover WlNONA 8. BAWYBU I .ax deed will Issue tl.el'eon on 01 858 p l at i p ..."."....._...D..I''oa.....".."._. .' SCO p 441 a
, ''J::: him be: is guilty of 'irceny in keeping carried out ever since the beginning of first;day of February A D 1DOA) file their JKHHIB HALL MILKS day of Oi,toiler, 11)08) IIIJ6 P imp" :....._.......- Orange.. ..."_....... J80 p ,484 a :!. Vis
" or to himself the the seventeenth century, and It Is only; account as snob administrators with the V ISABBLLH l>. UAZ UN.ExeouLncua I Witness my ntUulal signature and seal ) 9M p a n P Ar .................1(.." Smyrna............ ajojp 415 a o _
I > appropriating al'f" that the watchmen have beoi County Judge of Volusla County; Florida, of tbe last Will and Testament this tbe Mrd of September, 1U05 .c: i52ia 8 41 I|. Ar .................Lake Helen................TV 1945 p 8 Wi.
else foqnd. .. .. lately at his office In .DeLand, and ask that the Frances A W. Shinier deceased. "AM'. D. JORDJN.ClprkOlrcultourt ;; loan a 8 8* i I' ............. .Orang..01&1' ............_. .. 1.185 p 554 P
p' or .. .
I permItted to abandon the Elizabethan same be allowed and approved. 1 Volusut County Fla 1048 a .,!os I p ......_.Orange City Junction... .11 80 P 548 p
: f" I costume they formerly-ware.- WM. S. THAYER, This Augus 81, 1110G E'V'i 'p 9 "5 p Lv ................1e. B 1yrDa................. Lv 220P 4 055 f V
AUGUSTA C. BUSHNKLL p a si i -' ..........,....Oak U11H..H.H ... :: 1 ;3 p 3 9SOO
: The second custom for which the AdministratorsThis 10 89 p.8 tie :p: Ar :::__. Tltuavllla .:.::: :::: 1 p :

I CfrtSCOTT'S duke's family Is famous Is even more July 21at, 1905 C: U 00-a .... ..-. Ar ...."............. Bun-ford...............".. Lv 90006 1000":
: f curious. At Onkhom castle Is perhapsthe O VV..V. VVV III 00 a Lv ....._._..._.,_...... Bnntord ..,.......Ar .............9 (00Vi5Hp ) .. o
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under and Mills & Works! a aip kv TititevIlie v i ill =
l moot remarkable collection of horseshoes Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Law DeLand Saw Planing Noyelty Ill n la P 4 01 p .:. :::=:::::::::.....Cocoa.....:::::::::::_: 12 n: 91
'V extant, because the Baron de Ferrars of Florida in II 99 p i IS p ..._.....".. Rockl..dga.. .._",.._ 11 80. 118 a
tU 11 58 4 411 ...Eau OaiiiO... ...,....,... 144
wbo was responsible for the erection J. T. CAIRNS Hropr." and Manager. U 19 0* p a 1 84 p p :: :=::::..:Melbourno..Hm.HH.: :: :... :: n : : 1 84 :
of this pulnllal residence, made I It Notice is hereby "given that W H Knightmrohaser 11 1" 5 XT p ..._"..."...Sebastian .....".."..._. .. 11 f16.. 1151 a ..
of Tax Certificate No 1470 date< 1 srI n S 11 p ..._...........ec. Lucie.....""._...... ., 10 U 8 11 00 D
Imperative for every titled person on 7th day of June l UII. has filed said oertltt DRESSED bt 1 M ft 8 411 p .......Port Flare 10 I 5 11 88 p 3M
; Eifiulsion paesing'through the city for the first oate In my office and has mAdo applIcation LUMBER c: 9 K i T 01 p :: :=:.......:_ Tlbbals =::::::::::::::::: :: 30 : 1189 p

I time to leave a horseshoe at the castle. la.for..tax. Said deed certificate to issue in embraces auuordunoe the with fol.owing AND ROUGH '-. 9 9 91 11 i: a n 7 T17 19 p p :: :::=::::.:......._.'j Eden..:,'.'::::::::::::: :: : ii N : 11 11 IS 18 p p ) '

I l&} If.. -, .. gates. described In Volu. 41 IS' 7 28 p .. .,.................. Stuart"....,.".............. .. II II a 11 Ot p IQ 1
property situated Scroll Window arm I) 8 OS i. 7 80 p .' ..._........Hobo Sound_..."."..."" u a 10 S8 p
I :; As the custom was In vogue in the sia oountv, Fla, towftsLot Ceiling Flooring, Siding, Turning SawingMouldlnR, 897 a 814 p '' .._.......West Jupiter............... ". I4i 8 19 10 p CD
When you go to-a drug store sixteenth century, when Queen Ulizu: E, Blake Door Frames Newe Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc &4 4 04 a 8 Sip ..._......woes Palm Beooh,..".._. h 7 68 a 9 48 p V ::s
l The said land being assessed at the date< for Groves and Pineries. KJTCrates and Box Material a specials 489. > 18 p h _""..........Boynton..........."._. 7 20 a 5 ID p ,..
md ask fofScott'i EflhUiIOfl; beth herself left a horseshoe thorn, It U of the issuance of such certificate In the Shedding kind of building. .4.5 4 49 a lilA p ___*.......... Del?.?............".._ 10.ii 908 p _
f;, scarcely surprising that the collectionof of Charles Holland. Unless said Contracts taken for the erection of any a 'U 5 87 a 10 11 p .._.......JTort Laudordale...."__ II IA a 818 p
! ;: you know .What you' :wantjthe name oertitioBte tee_::: S4 a 10 80 p ..."................. Danla.......,...,.._.. .. 8 10 a 805 p 54
these commodities which adorns the shall\ be redeemed: according to law DELAND FLORIDA. 8 98 a 10 Up" ..._....._.Hallandale..............".. .. 5 08.. 7 64 p 00
! t: man kOWYOU ought to have castle walls runs Into several thou- tax deed will Issue thereon on the lath day ...:2.. 6 94 a 11 07 p ...":_.._...Lemon City............".. 5"6 a 799 p .
-V October, 1905Witness 8 55 a It 15 p Ar ...._..._............ MiamiHOMESTEAD ..................... Lv 5 255 790 pDy .
: : :, i It. Doh't bo vurprlattd. though! sands. my official signature and seal .
: : {The tenure of the Lee and Carnwatt' this the Uth day of Sept, loonSAM'LD. 72'Sun.
: if you| ar".i offered something estates depends on a remarkable tunc.I JORDAN Pipe fitting Tin roofing, GUI K*.. EXTENSION hL

, ''!:. 01... Winos cordial extracts I tion. Every a race baa to be Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Fla 11 -
I ,, I V year run By BEN FISH, D O TTI ItPlM tering and spouting. Pump "jjji; a ........... Lv....."..............Mlamf........"........... Ar.$0It > POOp
ato., of ood Ivor oil are plentiful I on rewarded the village with green red, the winner being \ JjUVJjJJJlJs repaired, wells and tanks mad ) 81 a................Ar ...................Bomt stead.....,........... Lv................ .
a stocking. It no
I t' but 'don't Imagln you angetting' competitors enter for the event the HODGKIN'SWagon to order. Repairing of an No.U' *.
111 ( No. S3 No.
: cod (liver oil when member of the family who the No. 10 D.Ur: MAYFORT BRANCH No. 1 8 No. IIIr
you owns Satisfaction
Plumber.kinds.. guaranteed : zr; DA11)' l;: D.1I7 ::;; Dall7
i :, take them." .Every year for thirty i, estate must run the course himself In Shop Tinsmith & ; : :.

l' years 'we've I been Increasing lieu of which he would be required to door west of bank Indiana Avenue. -lOOp -10 10 a -II 00 p -S 20 a LT .......:JaoksonTllIc....... Ar T 4S a M 80 Bla HMD ._
forfeit the property. Shops next 20811a 10 IS a eo p 8M a Ar ....Bo. Jacksonville., ... Lv T 87 n Za p S M p .__
I tho sales, of: Scott'a\ Emulsion. Only one peer Is permitted to retain tO f 10 60 a a 40 p 8 69 a ..-. .......Pabla. Boaoh....... ...> 7 OS n 11 M) al 4 M p ,__
DeLAND FLA. 9 alt p 10 6ft a 8.. pT00p 9 04 5 .....Atlantic Bench ..... 7 00 an 48 a, 4A n __
: : l\\ Why? | Because It has always an armed bodyguard and that Is the I ,8 00 P 11, 10 a 5 ao a .. ........."Uayport......... 6 48 a 11 00 a I 80 p ..... _
Duke of Atholl. At Blair castle Perth- Everything in Wagons Buggies, Carts
bean bettor than
any substitute shire, are two companies of retainers etc., manufactured and repaired in my
I ; for, It. I'I the regulation height for admission to Shop in the very best workmanship PEN NStILAR' AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI VV
,I V tJ,> s6nd Not Drink'PURE -- -
known. Only first-class men employedand -
\ one being six feet one and a half Inches Why V .1

V for.f re. sample and to the other five feet ten and three- first-class work turned out. I have WATER ? Close Connection Ma4o at Miami with Steamships of the, P. A 0. S. S. Co"no my For r
latey to my plant a
' : VV V quarters Inches. and the periodical Inspection
V V of this little army is alwaysa Orange City Mineral Spring Water Is unsurpassed In purity, being HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

; SCOTT A' BOWNE: Chcmlata. memorable event THE y free from organic matter and possessing mineral pioperUes

V 4O9-41S P.ari Strfot. ,New Yorh Although It is really illegal for any especially This water beneficial has received oases flattering of kidney endorsement and liver trouble.from such men as Eras- These' Time Tables' show n\Ia*Uxneo al which trains mar Da expected to arrive a*and depart

V !BOo! -."< "'"tnn. Alldruaolsta- subject of the realm, titled or other. til 9 O. Smith, professor of chemistry Beloit, College, Beloit, Wisconsin, one from the several Stations their arrival or departure at the timea stated la not ffuarantaednor
IB thIs Company be Held responsible for anydelaysorany oonmquenoea analog therefrom
wise to maintain an armed force not ol the best chemists this country; J. B. Ogden, director, New York j and

V In tbe service of the government, the .
\ otbelB.By the following test!
V V of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
's'r1f. OL6hliNO! SHIPS claim Of the Duke of Atholl was recognized monlals authority are given: For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

V by Queen Victoria in 1844, when < In to your esteemed favor of Jan. 0, 1908 we beg to advise you

; War the )lVo..... Oaca W... Bct she presented a set of colors to his that on reply to the official list of awards as approved I>y tbe Superior" "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." j

I Ii;;",;" Tbva' Ball of Iron.The bodyguard. Jury we tint) that you nave been awarded a Collaborator's Silver Medal .
.V,VV. : V V "The J of awards bas placed you In a position to officially and most Asst. Qen'I Pass. Agt. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
ury J. D. RAHNER, ,
: awllnllllblp' When I knew her In Very romantic Is the custom which effectively make known the fact that you have received the highest award

r;,.. the days of ber perfection was a sensible baa been observed for ages by the marquises the world can give you for the excellence of your products. "
: V VV \ creature. When, I say her days of of Allesbury on the occasion ofa N. K. received BARNES,the only diploma at the

t" ". ,. perfection t mean perfection of build, visit from any member of the royal Btite The Fair Orange at Jacksonville City Mineral in competition Spring Water with many other display It is

gear, seaworthy qualities and ease of family to their family seat at Saver- now being bottled and sent out by the Orange City Mineral Spring Company,

V :.!' {baudllng, not tbe perfection of speed. nake forest The royal guest Is provided put up in attractive style In oases of 13 hal .gallon bottles. For further Information -. Southern Railway.

1 /' what quality: reached Its highest ex with an ivory drinking vessel for addressORANGE V .

aellence In the discovery of hollow use during the visit, which he Is afterward CITY MINERAL SPRING CO.,

J\ V lines and departed with the change of requested to take away as a me- C. A. BULLEN Mgr. Orange City Fla. EFFECTIVE MAY 28, 1908'
. ,.. V mento. = Vestibule TrainsEast No. 34 No 80 North and West No 18
.building materiaL V
I 1"- VV None( of the Iron ships of V yesterday This custom Is said to have originated -- COLD SETTER L"JlUJksonvlUe.8. 910a IMp Lv J..oksonvllle So By745p .'

I ever attained tIle:. marvels of spuedwbch during a visit from Henry VIII., TIRE Lv Jesup. Ga. So Ity.. 11.IOa 1040p Lv Jesup 80 ity...... ..... 1080p
who drank from Can Tires without Lv Savannah, 80 Ry. 1:101': 111 Ilia Ar Macon, 80 00a
: always an Ivory gob- set taking
I : V. the seamanship ot men famous your &1' COlumbll&,80lty. OMp llooa Ar Atlanta Sn(
,I j V V i, W their tI\U.- ball obtained from their let, which be took with him wherever wheels from vehicle. We take out no Ar Charlotte. io Ry. V 10261' 9 Ma Ar Rome So BOa
. :, sheeted he went. To save him this trouble bolt, rub no paint or barn your felloes ArOreensboroSoRy. lila l\1Glp\ Ar Dalton. So "
I .V Wooden, Vopper V predecessors.V therefore, the marquis there and then with a hot tire. Come and see it work Ar Danvihle So By. 22ia \tills AI' Chaltanoogo, ity..3
j HfWytUUig! had been done to make and will have Tires set 658a ..
t offered to him and his you never your AI' Richmond, So Rr. 642p AI' Lexington 20.
:", the Iron ship, perfect, but no wit of I provide successors hot again.Thanking. V John B1University V AI' 'Lyncbburi'! So Ry. 434a 4:1Op: Artlinoinnati) I
. man bad managed to devise an efficient with one on the occasion of any for 'In AI' vl. S Ky. 618a 6 lOp Lv Cincinnati 40p 4Ar \' t
subsequent tbe i testate Jbelng a yon your patronage Washington/ Ity 0 fda OllOp ArCbloa". Big ,
visit (
! Boating composition to keep her bottom crown grontr-Stray Stories' 'V the past and hoping; a continuance In ArBa1tImore11 H,. 11805 llHp Lv Cincinnati .! ') ..
i .>V V V clean with the'IIu&OOW"cl& nnet 8 ; ;be future I remain DeLand Florida Ar Pblladolpbl't' P By 1 46p 2 ISa Ar thlcago. loa Lines.'I. lOs

II'tl "V, of yellow metal sheeting. After a V Yours to serve d, ,NAFFUIIATED V AI' New York IltyVsV. _t iSp _630a Lv Cincinnati, VOH & D..:. 8461' i

spell of a few weeks at sea an iron Plihlnsr For Ih..p. icthOKINs.Sced! I V No. 84-"Now lork and Florida Express" AI' 'It' .VCO1r. !
V 'When sheep were first Introduced Into Lv ( inoinnati. U H as D. 946p
Dt Pullman Drawing Room and 1110011- I
:r,. V hlp begin td I lag as if she bad grown I WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO., ly. AI'Tol"'o. V H A D. ._
Cornwall England a flock which : JlI4)koDvllle) V UIaJHCJnd
%. >i V 1 \ tired too soosi It la only her bottom LIBERAL ABT8-The standards are those ol the University In&Ualtbe\weenPort.raQlpa ewIYor .. .., .-4. ... ..VV "" V, V Ar Detroit, PM.: .... ...{>. ..
bad from COLLEGE: OF
'" strayed the uplands on to !
Lv Pa Linea. .. S SOp
1V i' 1" thai Is letting foul ,.. receive their: degrees. from otltetaoll and i iblcsgo. V 'No 8O-4"W"blngton" and Fla Limited." Cincinnati ) I
'r r "1'10. Qwltblan sands were caught there by I of Chicago.Bletson's graduates : AI' Fittaburg pa Llnel. .. BSSa
affocti D"17 Room (
Pullman Sleeping: .
I Drawing .
,'., :' Aver3VUtti? the'speed of a .. _. --
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Big our SOp
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the tide r carried
V rand ultimately i Into I 'admitted to practice Car Jaouonvllle to-New York
!\ \. ,ship that Is Q9t driven on by an untlr- OF 'LAW-i-Orsduates of this College are AI' Clevoland, .Blg Four...... 645a'hreugh _- -- ...
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V St., Ives. bay: during.the, night, ,!r There I V "j "' VV VI J "The Lantiofthe Sky."V No 80 ... -
Jr. Ing propeller:.Otte1 It I Is hnposslblo to I I law In oFTECHNOLUaY-Mechanloal Civil.. Eleotrloal Engineering Lv Lr1tln ton So Ry. GBOp
V \"" the floating flock was observed from COLLEUJQ } Ar l.olll vllle So. By 8 tOp,
:2)V, tell what Inoopeldoratll,trllle puts, herM I Fine new building, costly VI Bo 7 Mp 'I'''' J' VI
to degrees. Lv Jacksonville
the Bt Ives fishing boats whose crews, and Hannal Training courses leading d1..H.\ Ar 8t Loul. So Ry.. ....:.. 1811a
} '. -OH her stride A certain I I LY Savannah tlo Ry .. ... ..l2 lBs ''iAI'
: mysterious ; by'j ,. !',( Ar Anniston. Ala So ByJ... 9"'a
never having .een' sheep '!took them I "foLLEGE V ss..lRatiktUg'ln: all Its branches. Book-keeping .. . 60lla
: "V ness bangs around the quality/' speed I V OF BUSIN and' Columbia, .80 By. ,. .. AI' Birmingham, Ala So Ry. .\
"' For kind of fish and did In other departments. Large faculty Ar A.heville. V So Rr. .'. '; 1 601' V
!.. some new tnelr I best methods Elective courses open ,' Ar Mempbll (1'1'1100.. SOBpAr .
: as It was displayed "try,tho old sailing V .. ,, V 4J'li; ,
V .
V best to secure both hooks and oommodlousbulldln"",. V V : .0' VVI V Ar Hot Springs, NO.' I: 87p AI' Kansa8 dty lito FrlllOO 940. .ff"Ar
4lJV them by
'J'f') 'ships ,commanded by;..competent! seat Cr. known by what they 1.e V I I V PREPARATORY 'ACADK.MT-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard' VI Knox\lIIe, 80 R,: ........;, .,: 6 00p Memhis Tenai....: ';; //l3Op ,
; VV' OIeu.., aT1l.tMlIpoed.ft.\ lines and by netting.Those they secured ,.own.. War half S s.fliny shoy I Vale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan Chicago and all first-class colleges.V Loulnllle" So R'................ 8 BOa Hot Springs_ _r_.:..' .r.. :. 920a
build., VV
V an. b..n lb..Ininrd-Iwv.n $ in itSVOWfl .. V
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VV they: brought home triumphantly AKD PRACTICE SCHOO -I. KlndorRarteo Ar'St Louis.V 80 By.... .... t 1161'
: ,iJ-. 'II. tyatteejfor the sesmabsapart care.: I :next morning .a catch to.which I .wI,4.,..ors onos sb-u to pIoiUO n.y othsn.bigg ol4 bri.I. I ing.-SOBMA 3. Primary and Grammar School In. separate building. Ibis soiiopt especially I Ar UincinatlQA" 0.. .......... .... 1116a No 13-"The Fla LlmltBd.coaobes" Dalll solid Vvestibuled
VI and Pullman
., torn the laws, rule I I V V train through -
by sO d.&ens. isae Mend A.nas Public School teachers.
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,t", ;ir"" V of 'M*" cargo be was careful of bla V D.M.VCnRY&CO., I litg.lal'ltel'l1cullY thorough courses of study models. yUle and Ctnolnnato' V V No. 18-l'ullman drawlnll Room Sleeping :"W
Hawk Md Waaaal.tA V New studio. Costly casts etoL VI < V
I ART SCHOOL- bol'derees Oar between JacksonvIlle Birmingham 11-
loading to D.trOItMloh.V They ,
pf called and'
!i!;) : what technically Mew Zealand paper relates that a I BUiUon has. faculty of 48 professors instructors Columbia UnW'sitv V VI Excellent Dining Car Service. MeiuphI and Kansas City.; V
'H.... ttw trim of huTshttcrSow: Ups) sailed from the of Chicago, Harvard, Yale Dartmouth. .
settler noticed hawk Ins University Dennison
t: '" ...T. a flying about I Blloknell. University of Michigan 1
l / 'beet 011 $n..flenVpeLotbor&bS4V4G be of Mawr. ABBIVALB AT JAt.KO.IVILLB: : '
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'.V peculiar manner and crying out as If Unfversltie's. ,There are over 1JOO.OOO.OO: In buildings and equipment! l ,

:'I't i. trimmed qujtg.one, foot by, the stem, In painThe pettier obtained a" goo and -V:_ ,, I I 'no.l'lva and other Quarter million dollar endowment; endowed library of stained over 18.uw gls.s1, From New York, Washington. eto.-No. 20, "Washington and Fla Ltvf'; .... ..... 900am
:c and | baveUHkror of s ship that gave shot .proonua and torelgu i ,volumes beautiful chapel with costly fnrnlshlnKS Including Yloridalixpress". 8
Via MtO afld Investigation showedthe I ; Qymnaslum with oompletenpnratus. from New York, Washington, eto.-No. 83 "Washington and : 20pm ..
V ;ber; pest sre4 on V a wind when so windows, 1 01. paintings a '10.000 00 pipe organ; a V
V V V eaose of lt distress weasel I tPfltVt5 courts, baseball and Florida Limited"/... 00am
V ;V k'V was a V enclosed. Athletic Field running traok From Cincinnati. Ashville,eto.-No.29. "Washington
"Ioad.$ .. Goes.a couple of InchesJoSpb. which, was perctied on the hawk's back1, I an besides swimming, golf rowing and'| other sports; sepa.. I.ImltBd"I Maui I ,
/ -* d amend And l rill rJIJa From Chicago\ Cincinnati Atlanta eto-No. *4, "Florida >
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!t {, bY J ; I for PhysIcs -
W.\' L .;' th Conrad to "" .srltb Its teetbfburled la the blroVaeck.Aftmrontly PATENTS rate buildings tor men and women; five large laboratories ITiemlstrj,

}, .. 1 e, eek .. 'J"Jjil' ." ItbJ andmol i had i potmood I B eterl.Vlogy.Mlnerologyand Biology beat,cement! several wolse large,shell museums roads cue broad shops ave.spacious ;. r. C. lnHk, District P snger Agent, 108 W. Bar Street Jackgonrllle", Fla.

ir"..1,'".,.; ,...1<:. V V Band iketuh ol Invention lot rampus :
;;tVV ;t ; >V1V. JiI. .a. .... .es4 V ground, and -wo carried skyward with freereportea modal patentability.or photo For fm book, I I C1lubtt nil""; .llIr leoture rouneai Christian and not sectarian teaching.V -V ,The V location.. VI I '

: bra i mai ft bollttlud, bt'11I.* a d. the flight of Ibr prcr.** "" > HowtoSecre1 M K WiItV I J8 bPuutlrul and healthful and the expense: are lowj the President
V Nat i roo< oww >,r* boad, and no blabop'M I For ttAkxr*.views folders and Inlonuatlon address ,
V VV .V bjr ""In. la a boveLi -, ; V LINCOLN V flJJ B A. fA.;,' Ph. D., DeLand, Fla.'

"1.'U' 1Ib >1;,NIeco.-b, George CASNOWrusiTi : !lY!

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: MOTTT8 PENNYROYALPV I irregularity andomissions AFTER UOlHOi o boxes for 4IS.OO.' Dr. Mott'a Chemical Oon Oleveland, Ohio. ,'.

l M f Dr.WUllama*Indian Pile norea vig- 'For Sale at the tb'mtey' & Osteen: PhramacyijTJ1: 41DOJ
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