The Volusia County record
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 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00314
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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-:-- ..If You Want the BET ORANGE WRAPS, Ask for A BIT OF ANCIENT HISTORY.- -.- t t.I

J What the Florida Orange Crop was /. H. TATUM J. P. MACE B. E. PREVATT W. SULLIVAN: .'

.-AT-; UNi'1E1a_ P Some Eighty Years Ago. President Vice-Presldents Cashier I

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' ell Iiiq T1I elr} @pj t/1a.tke +I .rW,.e, ( r114. ". {'.. .. xa wpY 'e +Sl t",1- written The following in extract: front a letter THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK :
11f 18.HI
k .r' Irf n i a 4d 4 : p, i n r M w Cwt I Ij may be of interest 1 t 10
IRZ a I our readers of today It was found
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r J Y v w George R. Fairbanks, one {time preei. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000
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j r u : 1 + o 'p r tRu dent of the Florida Fruit Exdhsnve:
OR8- o 4 1e "There
( are annually gathered ut St.
Augustine about twelve hundred thou- DeLand, Florida
f I Itb sand oranges and in tbe 'I 1
= vlcihity about
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c'l1eral v L i R hres hundred thousand more there
lien n ., sl 1.l ; .
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w -s Y a Are same trees supposed to be'one ban
>S and c ta R r 'w eJ c I p ?- --- dred and twenty years old which b4r..

iiht. )Jr. j. /z zi % Ab a tl at This this quantity time four does thousand not Supply oranges the I Will open for business early in January, 1910, on the

United S4ates with one twentieth part corner of Woodland Boulevard and New York Avenue.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIh .
of the consumption of this valuable

i ; i.-iizI article of necessity, HS well ks luxury,
'UBLIcORIDA uu ) C a'1 and we are compelled to depend on
e et
Portugal Spain Sicily
France tbe

1i. x 1 h e7Ila I West Indies and South Amerlc. for ,\ Y/iTlLE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK will be conducted under a National
a this delicious
I Tn1. M.rh fruit, as well its limes,
..... lemons, citrons and olives, when they charter (about it thrown those strong safeguards by the Federal t

Cbe Best and most economical to Use can sufficient be cultivated to supply In Florida the(In whole quantities demand Government for the protection of its stockholders and depositors), it will, "in

of tbe United States. It is estimated all intents and purposes, be a people's bank, and not a close corporation. Its >,
IMIng, LOOK FOR THE LABEL THE JAPANESE OIRL.IN RID. that an orange grove of ten ..-
acres, which requires the attention of stockholders number sixty-odd representative citizens residing at Seville,

,'ederal 1 For Sale ( G. DREKA, DeLand, )I but two hands, will produce as much Pierson Emporia Barberville. Spring Garden DeLand Lake Helen Orange
By <{ R. s. MALEY, Daytona, } Florida as a cotton or eOlrarplautatlon by the ,

( E. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, ) employment and labor of forty. The City and Osteen. The Board of Directors, composed of successful businessmen

Public -. .-.- .- -._--_.-_..-_-n.-.-.-.-.-.-.---. -i ... .. i... ........... soon Inducements stimulate to the snub activity cultivation and enterprise will of the county, is, of itself, a guarantee that the bank will be conductedwith

THE I 250 Thrilling Stories.In of those who are not so wedded sound judgment and along careful business lines and it solicits your,
Estate, ; i every family there Is H constant to old habits as to resist the Impulses of
demand for stories-good: thrilling Interest and the convictions of reason" patronage, assuring you every accommodation consistent with conservative

iank. FLORIDA FRUIT & VEGETABLE EXCHANGE i I The stories Youth's of adventure Companion and heroism.supplies That this I above The letter item is of the special supposed Interest age in of the the banking. Our cashier, Mr. W. E. Sullivan, has had seventeen years' experience -

Florida DISTRIBUTORS OF y demand Is attested in more thus! half a trees mentioned, and their bearing as a bank cashier, and in such capacity for THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
- w million homes.
r Ste..1 : capacity. That was before the days of OF !DELAND he will strive to merit confidence and
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES W The serial stories for 1910 alone are freezes In Florida. your patronage.

well worth The Youth's Companion The News
I thanks
presents to Rev,
OFFICES! ):08 W. Hilyst., Jsckemivlllel f FLORIDA subscription price. These Include stories J. G. Glass for the bit of anclelit history .....,............,....,........ ,
UCL.OKIDA : Chnrlextnn Block, Orlando, r :: by Arthur Stanwood Pier, C. A. given above. .

.'" ""..".... w w Stephens:! Grace Richmond. Charles ,' Eighty-three years ago this month BOARD OF DIRECTORSJ.
,\l.rnicU w Miner Thompson and Winifred Kirk.
All bud. F Just Look at this List of Stockholders this letter was written.t that time
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uo" land Send for fall Prospectus of the the Ancient
R. E. COCHRAN CO., Now York HORACE! B. HANSEN &: CO.,New York y 11)10) Volume and see what an amount City seems to have been H. Tatum J. P. Mace J. C. Robinson A. T. Pattillo W. E. SullivanW.
TRACT, JAMES SAWYERS. Philadelphia WM. WEINERT &: CO.. Philadelphia :: of the beet reading hap been secured for bonnd around" with orange groves,
INSUR- 'J"" J. C. LEfB A. CO., Baltimore ERNEST: M. MERRICK. Wa hlngton. D. C, w The Youth's Companion family for 1910. the owners deriving a lucrative trade in C. Jackson W. C. Watts J. D. Sprake F. S. TaylorW.
"' THOS. H. McGOWAN Plttaburir, Pa. N. NIGRO &: CO.. Dallaa.Tex. y If 91 75 for the 1U1U Volume la eent this golden fruit with the neighboring
J BALDWIN....CARGILL. H,.'on.Tex. MUSCAT-LOT PRODUCE CO..Mobile.Ala. :y now the new subscriber will be entitled states to the northward, for it is not to A. Allen V; W. Gould B. E. Prevatt John Cranor
'", OINOCCHIcj ONES FHUlf CO., THE WEIL-BROCKMAN CO., Cincinnati O. y to all\ the remaining issues of 1908, I IAgain
perfect- : Konial(City-' M>. D. O. WILEY ft CO., Detroit Mich. :: in addition to the A3 in nve of 1910; also be supposed that the transportation
oto Sup- .. .. I the .' Venetian"Calendar; lithographedIn : facilities which obtained at that early I -
y thirteen colors and gold.! Any one date permitted thorn to go very far -
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nk.LORIDA OUR BROKFRACE CH \RCE3 will be lOo per box on solid cars which re making a gift of The Youth's Com afield with their prO , panion receives HO extra copy of the 1838 Isn't 182d-there's gap between COO =:" "
'" will prlnoli>.illy !be n.ii.l: f. ., I h .hipping points and en route; on local lots, + there is no person in Florida whose I
Calendar, In addition to the for bat Weather
which hive tubacmH.illUt'-l. I I .c Jacksonville l 10 per cent on gross sales.J ::: I the eubserlber. The Yoeth'L copy.a Companion memory runneth- back- \ to thfti nnriorl.-' of seven years. -. before
Forecaster Mitchell. in a lecture UN SELECTING SALES AGENCY
W- ipsot: to raa it g'><> t m tiiy uiiueJ cars ont of Jncksonvllte conststiug W:: Companion building, Boston, but there are yet extant some; old- the State. Horticultural Society some II Ii
:on .
>., \tm. -Mpsfrnit' tats irlnn nod pineapples, which gives na a chance :: timer who can repeat the story told
records dating S
received proved by
New subscriptions at this years ago J
In>"I1I'I)'> the sintllcr m irk-IN 11 I not (glut them ou either commodity.FFFrtFFFFFFF.FFFFFSrs..FFFFFFaaaFFFFFFtiFFFFFFFFn. .. otflce, and von can get both the Companion them by father of how they used to roll back to 1883 that these "cold spells" bitus
avenue, and the Record for 1910 for (3 25, the tobacco to Angasta Ga., In casks i; To market your crop a grower's natural desire Is to select an organl-
about every tail to seventeen years i zatlon whose interests are in Florida and which is therefore working .
dabbing from distances. There
adTto 8. -- -- long was nevera As available records only go back to S 1 for the welfare of the state and the Improvement of tbe Industry; jt
- .. ...; : +4N++++ ;. ,' f4#+ +NN+ ,, rate.WANTED railroad In this whole world at that 833 we are left to coLjecture what may An organization which has the best facilities at this end; i
time, recall. Very likely this 51 Which has the longest and most successful experience In marketing .
you may
; ; have that time. And
8' to
;;: ; happened prior
ULl mrieinetrt Company 'I'Itonlmfssfon fruit was transported by ox-team. i35 Florida products;
tbe of all who is willing to assert that than began .S Which has a reputation not only in Florida, but all over the coun- Ii
'. Certainly means conveying he Glacial periodt True the old trees try, for fair and square dealing;
k Block ffiercbants Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines freight were crude and laborious. are not la St. Augustine today ax mute Whose business i la an established and tuccessful one; 1\
=( But the fruit found a market, which Whose brands and pack are known In all markets and popular d
witnleseS-lire Harry t bat other
they -
And Fruits of All Kinds.
I 1l among! the jobbers; t\
brings a further reflection of tbe affluent
L.tU. Cor. front anO Vine Ste., pblla&elpbia, Pa.J3est I canoes than cold may have destroyed Which has an established trade In every car-lot market In the
,rlda manner of living in those old days. thew. At all events the editor of the r? United States and Canada, thus Insuring la most cases first chance
- Also Nothing was too good for ye ancient News is now willing to concede that i1, at the business of the best housen-which means distribution and top
: :BranDs or planter. What he could not raise on c prices;
Potatoes. TomatoesAnd the "coming of the railway has brought i Which has a well-orffanUed and competent sales force with bond-
TANOER- the farm were luxuries indeed, bnt he H
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, f older weatber tu Florida. ) ed Bales agent In practically every car-lot market in the United
IAN. had them at any cost. Oh, that we t\
and Canada
All Other Florida Vegetables ----- ;
INES ORANGES AND VEGETABLES.NN4.4 : : I might get back to those old times when A Land Sale. si Whose agents are selected for their ability, honesty and experience I'
Fleher'sI ; i iVTE every farmer "lived at home and Stupendous i l': in Florida products;
I t : I Prompt returns and quick sales boarded at tbe same placet1'-when One of the largest, land sales ever I Whose officers! have the ability and experience In Florida necessary H
. 3t06 l to enable them to properly distribute its shipments and secure
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made in Florida, with tbe exception of
for the farmer
; on all shipments. there was no occasuion { top market prices; .
YOTTT. SHIF.MEN TES Refer to the Commercial Agency or to go off the farm for anything he II few former transaction'' ,like the !} Which has In the past been able to return to the growers the high- 7
Ea : WANT Loan & Exchange Bank. actually required for the comfort and lisston sale. was that made rest vrtek \ eat averages; l
M. D. in Selling Florida Oranges. well-being of man or beast. which covers 300,000 acres lying on 1 Which does not ask you to pin your faith solely on promises of
: 85 Years' Experience i sides of the Ktsslmmee river I what It will be able to do for you in the future, without being able to H
"That was before the days of freezes'
FRED GERMANYWholesale show a oast record which will of itself justlty you In selecting It ali
ON QERRISH BROTHERS in Florida," concludes Mr. Glass. Per. 212,000 acres of which Is in Osceola J: your nalea agency; .
: Commission Merchant haps. The age of those trees would county, on the east side of the river, i I Which does not ask you to tie up your fruit for a term ot years,
,yenne'I : 52-54 Commercial Street Boston, Mass. Columbia, S. C. certainly seem to sustain the assertion. and was the property of the Consolidated but which will handle your fruit for the season knowing that ft cant
Co. of Jacksonville the show you results which will cause you of your own free will to continue I
Land ,
And there Is reason to believe that ;
S your arrangements with It during future seasons;
- COMMISSION MERCHANTSEACH there were "cold spells" in ye olden remainder, to-wlt: 08,000 acres, lies In h Which does not ask you to tie up your crop without knowing what
- days, and maybap the orange trees of DeSoto county and was owned by Walter :; Its charges will be, but which will agree to market your crop at a \
I SHIPMENT SOLD BY US PERSONALLY ON ITS MERITS WOULD YOU that day were of a hardier growth. Graham and F. B. McConnell, who i 1 definite price per box which Is just as low as the service rendered will S Sl MH
rE E permit.
Members of National League of Commission Merchants of United States., like to hivayonr laundry work For, listen: The coldest weather e.er bought tbe same last year from E. E. The organizationalIcb: can answer.these requirements .
Write us for a SI.lIcll.ESTABLISHED of which there Is Skipper The consideration. IH said to
Reference: Volusla County( Record; fourth National/ / fc. Botlo done in a careful manner known in Georgia no H !
I record, occurred In 1833, or 1830-there be more than a million dollari.
'midst clean sanitary surroundings -
\, aM HMM a B MaBt HkBa a aMl l lMia lBB IBBIa aKaBaHai delivered to yon Is.a dispute as to the year, but recourseto The purchaser were F. R. Lynch i CHASE & COMPANY i

- 1879 at time the record may be had. The records and associates of St. Paul. Mr. Lynch ij
promptly any yoiwant
- It, and at a reasonable I may be found at the University of was the campaign manager of the late Main Office: Seaboard Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

BENJAMINCOMMISSION Georgia, at Athens, aud at tin State Governor John Johnson, of Minnesota\
W. W. ? t I t *
IS, price Then patronize the Asylum, Mllledgeville. Ueorfcla, isn't There gentlemen have. been amoug the A. R. BOCUE ACT., Box 840 DELAND

MERCHANT Florida of course, bat ohs'u her closest largest settlers of colonies In the great X .:::".:".:: o.;
DELAND STEAM LAUNDRYPHONE relation, and the weatber that la cold orthwettt. They will place settlers by .

Street" 84 enough to grip Georgia good and hard the hundreds and thousands on their'lorida
, F1. 86 Mercantll. Street BOSTON 1s is apt to nip the nose of fair Florida. purchase. Th land lies in the
,D to 4 Clsfclmmee valley and has advantages AAJ6 lalDgee 76ri4r8viiNlSJlttiBiBJlaiil0itttF416M8*

( ranges a $pecfaltaSt of!soil and locution that are bound to TAPLIN'S' IMPROVED FRUIT WASHERS :
-, jf10rfba THE McCORMICK LUMBER COMPANY attract a vast amount of investment
and population.
solicited.tte8 ff "
ncUI furnished Correspondence While the balk of this development
Stables -.. to deliver rough or dressed lumber in
ia now prepared will be across the Klasiinmee river, the BY
"' any quantity. Kiln-Dried Furnishing Stuff, Cypress I west side and east DeSoto, including MANUPACTURED I
***** Lath Moulding Turned Work-almost any- Avon Park and the Ltke region, will '
IMMMr iW-aNMNHK Shingles, ,
and L. leper F gbi ;:: -fua"f.; t thing in the line of building material. feel tbe touch and thrill of the great I ALVIN TAPLIN MANATEE, FLA. I _,

U. a.n Mall SH.P. Oranges, Pine cut from timber which has not been turpen- movement.AT A railroad is certain to I Iman

'IBereefonl.Land ; tined. '. follow headed towards the Okee Capacity Hand Power Machine.la about 160 boxes par day,depending on the
lobee nod the Everlh.illfBEx. at th.,1e.. I claim the machine eompllaa with every demand ot>he fruit !
I. Ft'". Pineapples and Vegetables Special orders run out and delivered promptly. ----er .rower. ,both...to Biraplleltjr. ohaapneu and efflcleuoy. Its op.ntloe.lmpl.. yet ,
thorough the fruit being Immersed In cylindrical_pttlnl.. .la kept Inclooed In a '
McCormick Lumber Co.Ph9o/ 84 The Weather I oft mat aiupended on spiral aprlnoa. whteh ean IM adjuated to fruit of any aloe. ,
BROTHERS for tbe week ending Dec. 20: from the amalleat tarwerlno to the.larceat alaed pomolo. Tat above la a revolving I, i'.)
0VEICIAN ,'To. MARKS TEMPERATURE. drum,.....covered wlth.soft mat. By turning the drum the movement au.atb. "
fJMTWTFS: I fruit to revolve,and thua la virtually cleaned ovalnet the two soft mata olwoyaopen. I
HARTFORD CONN. --- High........81 58 89 89 60 07 70Low. on one aide for examination on the Improved..._. The fruit .la f od In at one end t
T.OUTHI 37-39 Church Street .......83 fi5 50 42 SJ* 31 41 and In revolving a simple device keeps the fruit working toward theotbor......where t ,
...-- Rain tall .41 Inch It dlaahargM aa fait.. It l la fed.thus avoiding overloading or. crowding the fruit during :,, -
coii,c.Arre2to4p2 Bank of Hartford.. .. Conn.r PLANT PECAN TREESFor O. B WEBSTER Its revolution Th.machine, aa Improved. ,may be ran by hand or ateam power,
B}fer<>nce>iBrfldatr, Dan, First national .e Co-operative Observer. aa there la no Mopping to few dloo.......the fruit. It not only completely! reunite*
fel. 200.d" fjaY.OaV4kCaU. ** iIAAAtAt'4; the white Dy smut but aloe removee aealee. of any other foreign. anbatanoM that may
.. .... .. .. MMJ. -_ 2! -- Shade and Profit. Com panlon collect on the fruit And I elslm' this to be the only maahlneoa tb.mark.tthatdos..f, /
The CalendarFor this aatlef/ aatorlly and without Injury to the fruit The o adjustment la eo nloely arranged .+
:- o il 1910. that. hen eggs can b:ran thereto without breaking the anella.. The Improved .P tv; :rmachin.ls
HAMBURGER We can furnish them. Also, Grapefruit and Or.nl'eland(': an Improvement upon the macblnea which have been In see for eew d''
THE Persimmons The publishers of The Youth's Companion yean by a number experienced naaken la thla vicinity.emra!of whom have q!'. q
iin'JSS 1* general line of Peaches, Plums, Pears, Japan will, as always at this season l tmteered to furnlah ua Uetlmonlala of their greet excellence and efflcleney.. Thee. M Q ,arv w;
IIOOMMISSION" :EJROaANTS': 'Grapea, Figs, Mulberries,' and Shade Trees, Ornamental -' present to every subscriber whose snb-. teetlmonlale will baaent upon request to the KUU/uturer. ._, .
: ( ) Is paid for 1910 a beau.tifnPCalendar
Shrubbery field-grown The PRICE
Itt. .New Yak for the new year. ,
; M4 Weahlagt.a for descriptive catalogue. tare panel which suggests the title, ; '
AND TANGERINES Write Venetian. ," for the Calendar was ENGINE A WASHER c..PI.-r..w..II.2t.O ,
j'FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT painted by the fatuous marine artist, '
DUMB, TURKEY CREEK!' NURSERY Thomas I I Moran. HI. Venetian scene EXTRA' WASHERS !Foe ,POWER 48: l' I, .

Natloaa1 League of Com reproduced In the Calendar by thlrteenlcolor HAND POWER 38I '
Members .. loo and lithography, will be found well i -.f'
of Fruit & Produce Aeeoc 'Box ao, Macclenoy, Fla
M te,11I110100 MncbaoU. Growers' worth preserving, long after 1910 .Isftonebv.
CO. 'If 1. la1NC1S-Mercantile!: !: !: Agenclehd Volulla County who''I'I I eaA-----------Mt1EANtllM41tl1AAAAnRt1,1

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JlHTY) RECORD. -. I am glad, also to welcome to the Droppsd the Subject. -- -.

GREATEST MEETING Stetson campus President Murphree of Five/ thousand dollars for a dogT
the State University, and those other be exclaimed: as be looked up from iliowarb
.J who are associated with him in believe IReeve & Co
persons "Do any
0. r. PREVATT editor and In his newspaper. you .
.Proprietor.BatmA the work of that institution my
,.. F. E. A.% EVER HELD the State University atC onft ever paid any such price, Marlar''Fm
! judgment
Gainesville is destined, under God to sore I doo't know Jam "," she 1Uit to / ovlng picture

c a'th*portofllM of Dttwid. Ft*., u supply great need in the future development returned without Mopping ber needlework

er Mxrod-elau null,nuttwr.TheState t. of Florida. All depends on even for a moment "Does the .. Cbeatcr.'I
M -.--- its policy. A liberal conception of the paper ray that much tees paid?" .
needs of the State. a faithful adherence "Yen. There's an article on valuable STATIONERY POST.CARDS :

Democratic Execu. NEARLY 1,000 SCHOOL TEACHERS AlDELANO I r to the highest educational standards on dogs, and It speaks of one that was
;* tive Committee 'will meet atJacknonvilleon the part of the State University and "
I don't believe
Rollins College and Stetson and the sold for $3.000.: SOUVENIR SPOONS ORANGEWOOD NOVELTIES I Iwww'

January 17th for THIS WEEK. other institutions of higher learning, "It may be true, James she said

4 .'_ I the purpose of naming a day forth will lift the standards of education m quietly. "Some of these well bred anlmnlH .
character. and there's no
t4; primary to nominate candidate .. our-schools. ..of_.a.L sub-collegiate_ _LIn __'.._ I _._,.___.._ bring fancy prices,
3 oenaii 01 tne umv rn ii.y A w* .w. particular reason why tbe paper should
It baa been a great week for Deuind. we can come together to find this out, of the Woman's ALLIGATOR BAGS
1 ; for United States senator Dr. Conradi, president tie about It." See Our Before Going Elsewhere
In these find the
meetings level.
A thousand school teachers, county we same College at Tallahassee.On '
1 1 candidates for state offices, superintendent and educators hive \Ve learn that our hearts beat in unison behalf of the university. I welcome !. "1 know that Maria. But just think
together that the should inform of Il-Jiist try to grasp the magnitude
; same spirit
.l and to fix fees candidates State Superintendent Holloway,
must been wlthiu her attending
gntes all the work of teaching; that and all associated with bim in the State of that sum la your weak feminine
: pay to enter the field. It is said tbe annual beHuiou of I be Florida every teacher is to be estimated by his department of !public education. I mind: You don't seem to realize It. E/STMRNKODRK AGENCY J.

the committee it in favor or( anr' Educational Association, Nearly 800 worth as an individual, .and not by a welcome President Hathaway of this Five thousand dollars for a dog! Why
scale of lower kind. of .
higher or teach and all the principals of than I'm
arrived Association that's
Tnrsdar toe rent the following huiiK II. Maria, more .
arly primary probably acme ing. Our deserts depend on how muchwe this -- ------,-'
day and tbe town haa been taking care are worth as men and women high schools who are serving com worth!" -

time in April. of them. About 400) were at tbe Col. from our teaching as influences in apart our superintendents monwealth. I engaged welcome In the the county super "I 1 know It. James but some are ------ ------- ----.----- ----..--.-----------.=:
lege Arms and Putnam, tbe balance at communities.AN vision of the public schools. I welcomeall worth more than others.
lloiiT\V. A. Blount the distinguished of She went calmly on with ber sewing,
tbe smaller hotelo, boarding bonsei and UNDERPAID PROFESSION., the !presidents und principals
schools and technical schools while he fumed and sputtered for a
i ( Pensacols./ lawyer, located in many homes about the city. private
{ and I welcome moment and then dropped tbe subject,
j We welcome you to the university at o every description
who announced candidacy for Cbandoln Hall up at tbs nnivcrslty accommodated this time mindful of the fact that your that large body of public school teachers especially the weak feminine mind

the 'United States senate a few niapT. too. profession, while one of the noblest, is who are doing such noble service in the pnrt of It. fPHENGIB5ONWI2EES.
r' Tbe town had been (tally decoratedfor one of the underpaid profession and cause. We shall testify our love of
; months ago, his withdrawn from tbe great event. Hundreds of flags that all of us by our love of the children you and of your work by two public I Cesmlo Dust.

the race, giving as his reasons, were waving in graceful folds across hive been put under obligation to you. receptions, by organ recitals preced-. A purilclp of duct one-hundred thou-
What would our towns be without our ing every session, by holding ourselves
: that it taker. too much time from New York avenue from the depot to tbs preachers and our teachers who engagein in readiness to serve your interests smith of an Inch In diameter I Ia held ..

f his private business, besides he Putnam, and us many more on the the blessed ministry of healing and while you are here at every turn In his Place In spare by the forceof Ticket.!ffi. 6158

'' Bonlevard/ from New York avenue to helping the souls of their fellowmen grarltiitlon.\ a particle smaller
u.s TICKET No. 2201 WINS THE
finds that the canvass of the The Great Teacher did not work for tbiin. I this IB pushed outward Into space DOLL.
state will be too much for his the university in the and!tori am of wages. He put Himself into his work NettlesKinnan.Miss I, by I he wulbl or I the sun's light be. t2e If not claimed by Jan. 10, 1910. it will be delivered .
which tbe sessions of tbe associationwere for the love of His fellowmen. In this holder of No. 2530
to the the second
: Eva Klnnan of Lake Helen find : CHUMP us the particle becomes smaller I w number
health and that ho does not de'sire
Tt held. All the business bones spirit thousands of teachers are working Its xiirfice. which In subject. to pressure ?' drawn.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3.
today. It is true that one hears discussions Mr J Frank Nettles of this place were
to make
J ? a personal solicitation were also elaborately decorated. Across becomes greater In proportion to
I of a higher scale of and quietly married on December 25th at
h! for the office. This feature' tbe Boulevard at the postoflice corner wages Its weight.
salaries for teuchers, but the teachers bride's
I the home of tbe Prof
---- .. of it is too distasteful to him. was an electric arch "welcome." De- who are worthy of the name carry the parents The nun's corona the zodiacal light,
J. Willis We tlakl'.
Land notary public per ttir boreiilla and tbe comet'
peoplrt have done well in taking missionary sprit into their calling. aurora
Had be stayed in the race and care of these visitors. It was a bl t :Not; one of you is receiving what you de forming tbe ceremony. Only the rela. tall are all composed of these Infinitely c

-fl. won he would have represented crowd serve-perhaps just because we all lives and Immediate friends ot the contracting minute pnrtlcles. In some cases white I. A. ErIckson R. C. Bushnrll/
all at anda
coming upon na once,
I expect uf the teacher a spirit! of self- hot ,nnd In others Illuminated
.. 4 Florida in the senate of the big task bat they were all heartily sacrifice. parties were present Tbey merely
left tbe same day on a brief wedding; by tile sun wblcb are being constantly J. A. ERICKSON & CO.
: i4* United States with signal ability welcomed and royally entertained. And WORKERS IN CHAINS. trip. driven, iiway from the sun by the pressure

tn and great honor to the state. did you ever pee a finer body of men We welcome you to the university! Mr. Nettles is a prominent contractor of Its light. -----------....--

and women than these school teachersand for this convention because of the In tbe case of the aurora borealis

The severest blizzard for educators They were from every obstacles against which you are doing and builder of this place locating here there, Is a ,movement of the light both We Wish to CallYour

many connty in tbe state. They show something your noble work. There ia a sensein a few months ago./ aniiy from and toward tbt san This

years visited the north last Sat of tbe great school system of which all of our workers are in sir Is explained by tbe theory that the Attention to Our Line of

*) J. ; urday and Sunday. Many were Florida. and the work being done for the life chains.out under Many a a heavy teacher bondage.is slaving The his The Dreka Department Store is now wrlirbt or tbe nun's light presses tbe

t froz-n to death, and all tele. children to take the place of tbe passing lack of facilities, the failure on the partof occupying tne new quarters, In the com particles outward Into space for a certain Knabe Fisher Matheushekand
the pleted bait of tbe new building, tbe ,illstiinre., and that then a certain
people to properly value education -
E' graph telephone and electric generation in pnbllo nflairs and in all ,
the sluggishness of f grocery department moving Wedoesdav number of them cohere together) until

_n....a....... n.a.a...... t'n.''. "...... ""., I",.........:......,.... walks of lire. oacKwaraness. 01 tile public people spirit.me toe\} and tbe dry goods yesterday The tbi'.r have sufficient weight to be attracted
1d The opening eesaion was held Toes meager salaries, the short school toward tbe other popular makes of Pianos
: by the heavy snow fall. We felt year frame building occupying the corner,, DUD once more by
day nlgbt. Welcoming: addresses were the thousand and one chains that tbe force of j"rat'ltalion.Re..ly .
? the effects of this terrific blizzard made by Connty Superintendent of bind and fetter the worker, give to your- will be moved back on the lot In the Now
service an added significance. It hat rear daring January when work will on display in
!' over the north here in Florida. Schools BottH, Prof. Snbrle of Stetson Disturbed.
been the
history of the Kingdom of then begin on the second half of the
Monday morning the mercury University and Dr. Lincoln Hnlley. Dr. Light that it has had to fight the powersof new structure. A Tampa firm has the 'J'wo spiders wbo dwelt In different Our WareroomsThey
IIalley's address was one of the test he darkness. The best testimony our part ol a church chanced to meet together -
.I dropped a little below the 30 bad ever delivered iu the auditorium. Lord's disciples ever gave were from contract to move this 4-story frame In tbe aisle one day when out represent true value for your money.

:j. mark. It moderated a little their prison houses and bound by building,and it l is a big job. It must for a constitutional.
J Tueesday but It was the talk of the nearly thousand fetters of iron, and so the noble testimony be raised abont four feet before I it starts How are you getting on?"" said spider We sell them on EASY payments if desired.

Wednesday a present and it Is given below that you, my fellow teachers of 01 its journey. It is one of tbe prominent No. 1 to spider. No. 2. _..._.. ....u___ .. ........_... .... __ .._._ _u_ _. .. _.
''t strong northwest wind blew, and Following Dr. Hnlley'e address wasa Florida, are giving in this your day and "

that night and last; night the mer beautiful tolo by Miss Lena Conkllng/ the generation greater to because the cause of of the truth.untoward is all for the land march marks of modern of DeLand improvement, giving way don't(lb.feel moderately very comfortable! was tbe reply.on Sun"I NEW HOME SBWINQ MACHINES

;; oury dropped down in the 20s, the .weetest singer of Stetson. conditions under which many of us days. I live In tbe pulpit under tbe

and there is doubt but that ,The response to the address of welcome !. work. If you make 5.those reform resolutions cushion, and on that day tbe parson
no a The World's Best.

considerable of the was by President A. A. Mnrpbree I TEACHERS' IDHAI.S.I tomorrow also resolve comes and bangs tbe book and sends ____u__________.h____UUh_....._..._h_ .. _.. _..
i ; ; percentage bill lists OD tbe side, and 1 have to -h
of.the State University. Next in order We welcome you here to the university
ff oranges remaining on the trees were fine addresses, by State Superintendent because of your educational ideals; that you will live up to them. keep very close or else some day I EDISON { PHONOGRAPHS
because you represent hundreds of thick: he'll bit me. He bangs wltb } VICTOR
have been injured. of Public Instruction W. M. ..
; _ and the others of the teaching profession with Jacksonville- such a force that I know be'll squash .___...._____uu.h.._____..___...__. ___ Uhh".U...... _
annual address four
by reported
the or
I same ideals; because in these me to a jelly."
,- ON'ORANGES Prof. F. A. Hithaway. tbe president of ideals are the life of the Largest Stock of
VOB LOWER BATES community. five murders for Christmas day, "Oh. you come and live wltb mer'! !
& AND VEGETABLES. the a oclaUon.V "ne.day wan devoted Your service, to the State is a spiritual said bU
companion. "I'm
e and whiskey at the bottom of all never
service. It i is uncorrupted by greed of
(Commissioner Prouty of the to tbe business of the association gain. Its antagonisms are directed of them. bled. I'm always comfortable and never HARNESSIn
bat the address by President\( Blackman disturbed from one year's end to tbe
1 Interstate Commerce against ignorance and superstition and the County. ,
of Rollins College: in tbe afternoon wasa vice and crime and everything that other." -

; heard the complaint of treat to every delegate and visitor ministers to ignoble passions. "It shall The Seminole, Jacksonville's "Indeed! said the otber spider.
I be the duty of all instructors of youth" "And where do you IfTet"! C
Florida hotel will XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
and present. 10-story for business XX
vegetable ,
orange open
the words of
are school board
one "to MOb I live In tbe poorboxl" was the
growers at Jacksonville last .Wednesday.. ..- nigbt a great crowd.. was impress, upon the, minds of! children the on January 1st. It is the reply.-Pearson's Weekly! --------------J

:; week. The ,at tne anaitorinm 10 enjoy ine masio principles 01 Piety ana justice, ana a first hotel for Florida.
r growers want readjustment 10-story ()
by ladies qdartett. and tbe fine lecture sacred regard of truth the love ef i()
:' of rates common humanity and universal benevolence 1 Antiquity of Fishing. "I
on oranges by Dr. W. TJ. Bryan president of tbe ,sobriety,industry and Death ot Miss Murphy. Probably no branch of ladnrtry can C

and vegetables: to northern markets University of Indiana chastity, moderation. temperance.frugality I lay claim to greater antiquity than MY
The funeral of Mis* Geneve FALLw
; that the present rates in The sessions yesterday were devotedto Other school boards may not direct Murphy that of fishing. Its origin would seem 5
their teachers that but was held at the old home Aurora Ill., to be coeval with tbe .
effect kindergarten work the principal address way every earliest effortsof .
14' are a great injustice to teacher whose calling is of God feels Friday, Dec. 17, at three o'clock. human Ingenuity, for tbe oldest is

the growers. and this they by Miss Mabel U. Wheeler. Also that way about it. Miss Murphy, who attended Stetson monuments of antiquity stow the fisherman ;: AND WINTER STOCK :
the tbe latter in 'I'
proved before Commissioner primary department THE TEACHER IN: THE SCHOOL, Uuivereity for two years and who madea In full possession of tbe implements w*
the library building. '
Carnegie/ bust of friends during: her sojourn in of his calling, and even tbose *
Prouty. There was a large number In tbe parlors. of Chandoln Hall a reception In your schools, fellow teachers, you w
are laying the foundations of character. DeLand, died of typhoid fever in Ironwood tribes of savages which bare learned OF
of orange and vegetable was /given by the university in The bases of ethics and religion are Michigan, where she "as teaching neltber to keep flocks nor to till tbe ; HARDWARE FURNITURE, GLASSWARE. CROCKERY, ETC.
honor of the visiting friends., and there found in man's fields are skilled In tbe
growers present at the meetingand everyday life. He is school successfully until illness fabrication of
was a crowd there. religious or non-religious in respect to com the book tbe fish spear and the net
they made pelled her to lay down her work. 55 ww
a strong; showing 'l'h.. __. ._.9..1____._._.._. ....111... ._.1"w_.._. ..hI._.__ _mn.nh"___._ all his common secular activities. ---- The earliest civilization of the eastern :a;:
of the great injustice done One's ordinary conduct towards is complete and the best made and at small :
being/ at tbe auditorium cf tbe high school re Re neuiber the oyster wagon, wltb Mediterranean was begun wltb bbla,. very
r the Florida grower by the trans. latives, the aged, the poor the tranger those fine cultivated bivalves from the Sldon. which means "fishery." was ;: margin prices. I invite I
Principal Cnlp bad: an Interesting pro. stamp one as good or bad. One's Tnrnbnll you to call and examine the
Kay bed l
at DeLand originally
village, and Its *
_ portation companies gram for the occasion which proved of manners at home at the table, at Tuesday and Friday. Leave your every or Inhabitants devoted their enterprising attention :;;: most complete stock of the kind ever curried in De- ik
: The first issue taken was much interest and benefit to the delegates school, on the street, in public halls or dora at Blane'a or Haldey'a. *
mainly to the :
up I collection of ; ik
convevjj are religious or Land.
See the
i ;, ,4: that of citrus fruits and whether : and visitors attending it. li o Punctuality, promptness reg- p certain kind of mollusks from wblcb :';: new makes for this season ikk C
Some of tbe delegates. left for home' they
., 1j or not transportation lines had u'arity honesty, thrift, economy, Chlnss Laws. prepared tbe famous tyrlaa purple Is
on yesterday afternoon and last night's cleanliness, are all religious words. prized more highly for tbe ik
r In lemon colored *llk u Chinese diplomat richness :;: We also carry is
the right to combine in fixing trains. Many more leave today. Conduct partakes of all of these. talked about Chlueue laws and variety of Its hues than any I

: rates. Then the excessive refrigeration I These conceptions daily activities of life are and rooted God.in The our "eon). of our lawn you know, are otter dye known to tbe ancients Sash Doors Blinds Glass Paint Varnish ikik

_ charge has been so public school especially, deals with all very stimulating," b.. said. "For ei- ikIk

exorbitant that there has been Following address l is the full text of Dr. Hnl- of them in germ. There the childrenget ample, Cbl owed money to a money :;;: and building material in stock Plumbing material ik
ley's : started *
right or wrong. There an i leuder. Chi would not pay, and tbe 5'

r little money made by the grow Teacher of Florida, Ladies and attitude is given them, a point of view I money lender banged himself on ibis! ; and fixtures on hand, a first-classpluinber to do your ikik

:: ers. The railroads were Gentlemen: On behalf of John B. is given, an unconscious favoring of doorpost. Uhl was condemned to death. ikik
repre. some phase of conduct is :::: plumbing and all. work
canted Stetson University I extend to you a given ,, You see, be was really responsible\ for guaranteed ik::
.. by their officials and at. welcome to the University buildings to definite these later find expression in the money lender's ufatb. 51 5' w
forms in
torneys and put up a hard fight the You campus are the guests and to of all honor that first we of have.all the words they, use the songs in the they principles sing in "A son able to support tit parentsIs 5' -is-is

against any change and kicked of the City of DeLand. You are also they unconsciously stand for, and the imprisoned for life If be won't do is

strenuously against any reduc. the guests of honor of this institution of in teacher the i is the inspiring force of them all so. A son unable to support them Is i W. C. WATTS
learning. The welcome extended to beginning. Imprisoned for three years, .. we bold
tion.They you at this time is hearty and sincere Fellow Teachers, Ladies and Gentlemen -and quite,) rlgbUy- that tberv must I ,

; were particularly anxiousto and universal. We all feel that it I welcome you to this university tw something! wrong wIth a young man :: No. 65 N. Boulevard, DeLand, Fla. :::
impress upon the Commission is a welcome due to you. All the citizens on behalf of the trustees of the uni who cuu't support bin parents. )) I is

and all the university people have versity. At their last meeting they Our police are excellent thanks to O************ ..
that they had made a lower rate combined and have worked earnestly to directed me to open this university the stimulus of .I. **.*> .*...*.*.*............ *>**O
our law. When a t__ _
on carloads to make you feel welcome on the occasion' from one end to the other, to throw our __________-
I over 8,000 points of this educational meeting. I buildings open to receive you, to open crime I la committed a sleuth Is put _
north, but failed to state that the Uormitories in which to house you, upon tbe case and given, say, thirty i1es.i. _.:- t

over 7,000 of these THE TEACHING PROFESSION. to have the use of the parlors for the reception days to laud the criminal. If the .

points could Our welcome lu all the more cordial and gave me full power on their sleuth fails he nluiself pays' tbe urn .51 O -
never have a market for a carload because of the noble profession which behalf to co-operate with the citizensof ally of tbe crime, 1 less two degrees.

within 25 years being too you represent. We magnify your call DeLand in extending to you an enthusiastic Tbnt. too Is a Just and stimulating
ing. It is of God. You teachers are welcome. It I ia not, therefore law. for It tbe.police ran neither prevent -
small for the marketing of a the missionaries of the Gospel of Edu in a conventional way that I extend nor punlnli crime then they
carload of fruit cation. You have been sent into all to you a welcome on their behalf,
or vegetables. should Lt tbt'Oinelves punished for
parts of this beloved state to teach light but I do so under their authority and in "
Prominent among those who and life and love to the children and to the light of the powers they bestowed I tbelr rank Incupuclty.. ; -New YorkEither

Attended the meeting and put3 the youth. The Master before you was upon me for the occasion. Press, (VUR pictures of men

'- a teacher,'and, as the disciples sat at I welcome you here on behalf of the VLLOOK like I
up a bard fight for the growers his feet and listened to his words so faculty. Dean Carson the secretary of men.

were the officers of the Florida the children of your schools sit at our faculty, sent a personal letter to Wsy. They show the force, t
'Happloww consists of
vour feet and listen to your words. every member of every collcffc faculty get-
f.; Citrus Exchange. J. C. Chase, Your are working on the fleshly! tabletsof in this State whose address coul4 be obtained. tluir the things w* want" remarkedtbe 'energy, character of the t

r. secretary of the Florida Fruit & immortal souls. Because of your He did so by virtue: of an wise HUT.: ; sitter. Ti9.y! are p) r-
calling, therefore, we make this welcomeall action of the faculty for that purpose. "Or of not getting the things w. .
':,'j"i'll" .I 'Vegetable Growers' Protective the more hearty and unanimous. Prof. Suhrie, of the faculty, has written don't n-iuit."' supplemented tbe nlmple traits tint re:illy tell

t1?. I Aiu'n. with Attorney- til&airnw-' nf ft UADVD_, .DftD___._. _.uu..u.ft __.___.. to. the county superintendents, to the muif.-l'nltmlelphla' Jlecord. .- something of the men
v: r school boards to the prominent educators .
'- .Philadelphia; took a part in the The university welcomes you as co- all over this State and in the portrayed. SUCCESSFUL
Arthur Rule of OrutchKts laborers In the great work of educating name of the institutior has extended a TOOLS
I fight. and uplifting the minds of the I :
youth. cordial welcome. It remains for me to J. M. PAWCETT M.. D. ChiaoIe Ila..c&rftd .
: their who
to fame. To-day those
I lora ,
*''''fleld A Woolfolk evidence Your schools and our school have much say-that I welcome *today L- too way
Kt-s gave. --
you myself as a pronounce the
in "common. They are schools of : fellow Practice Limited to the a ..........Im..I. Keen Kntter the. perfect Chisel Snccca
educator glad to touch elbows T.mv -
? ,.to push along the reforms asked. moral and intellectual things. Theyare 'with "' y V the baad1.lt! I tired whetted; sharp and teajr/ for s _
1f every one of In -I; handleoT
you. own selected
-' < ,iw' 'A large number of growers gaveistatementi the rallying points along with the name, personally I extend to my President EYE, YAP, HOSE MD THROAT. with leather bieda.KlEN .

r /l.>>* ol the fruit and re churches in every community of all that Blackman of our sister college at I REEVE'SSTUDIO
,YJ fnaeration in best In our civilization relating to Winter Park a ""welcome to this plat Honrn: lo'to. except Sunday I In.e
charges paid to-the KUTTtR
;, ; education and religion. We who are lorm and to this campus and I lake Telephone 177 _
-: (' \different points north. So strong doing college( work-are bound to'you this opportunity of expressing in public

-i wssthe-. evidence of discrimii who are doing grade work by all the what I have already written him in 3i7 Minnesota Ave., DeLand, Fla. I QUALITY TOOLS
lhfrw. bonds of a common fellowship in the --
.j that .it is believed : private,the sincere sorrow that I felt
00 i ; a of kindred ideals. Brothersand on I ..-.oftd--ha:: : .
"- pursuit hearing of the destruction bay on th.twway:'by h&aOSMS.bS." wo. II 1-
.,' by fire of _
'1' ...
bl ti<*decision will) be sisters, you are In the same calling one of the of 7is5Pbitheir.ures bees uSUche. by:' Ihnr......'01-" 5S4155.
buildings Rollins ..
: College. i5CiUd..5aw5,Chtseis. BO .Clmlltte,....,.,PIao -. fl5i.I.POCket'niv.s .
w 1; .but,it will not be given and on that account we bid you thrice Sometimes, amid the rivalries of our THE 'MARKET" Drawlelt'lI.l!'>". lie.........,..... Fi15. Pil_
'f. .r ral .. week. Too much welcome to these buildings which have students' organization.. people lone I **!&ftasfivji: ;(eli. ""s0"Farm sad 0._ Tools 11or4D 75011
the of ,the I Z sold eedew IbU mark sad
been consecrated in name fight of the fact that motto i
these institutions -n.'W1
act-- be accorded to J. LEONARD! .
BUGS. / ,
: PBOFBS. Quail .ssmhs .
4. \ .\, Master to serve the same glorious purpose are laboring for the same end; are set tiesasi.m,!: AfisYthS Zv ii 7.rs D
"" or. "his fight first; last that you o>r*serving in your schools. for the glory,of God, and it is a mean Choice Northern and Florida Beef Mutton Itii1i.iiii1r
h e time for Florida It ia sometime thought that college spirit that would rejoice any calamity Pork, For Sale by

,S ban. devoted a great people are not in sympathy.with public that overtakes any of them. We needevery Sausage,.,Hams .and Bacon. Fish. Always the best '- WATTS &. MILLER COO
'" school people. but such is not the case that
agency we with
;nd 1 ,much'lone1. where a proper conception exists of the Working for the bettennent of human us in tnem, rket. Prompt and polite attention. Your
.:: wont ol Tx>th. i.It is ad thing that conditions' i} ii ::
JA I patronage solicited J $ TheRecor1I'! '


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r it was a case of assaoltii inUrprM.r.and the lit. and betrayed his m 'llter.! War follow I.I .r- ., :, ,

: : John B. Stetson rally downtrodden wife""was laying; ed between the two mandarins and* .. '-. . .. """r" '+,
her their "
grievance before the magistrate, rvupei-tlvtf lolowers! wbleb re- ,
"Be started by giving suited In the overthrow and'death of \ '
the nut," explained the angry complalnant. Lo Hang rhnng and the reception of '
t I. A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS. his rival Intn rornl favor In his pla .. .
I I ,,. .. .. '
e I .u nh h I "My good woman," rebuked the mag. -x .a.M: : ."". aesbkr" ,

COLLEGE istrate, ";you mustn't talk like that Soot en'His Suit. '

meek, oerm"n,OF i+ronoh.lIimRAL. dlanl.h AR'f8lIglI.b, MnlbeInatlna: ,LAngUolI'eand Lterature, Latin, nere. I suppose you mean be gave They; were having spelling lessonat He has lnsidePrice; ?.on all Salable Property theCify; .
I A....., / VbollllYlry+ Phymce. MeuhnnloPh7 yon a blow upon tbe head.. a cer.iiii ,district school the other ,
I' ICd1 l L hure.'hIlO.O'ibYI 1su7lit pan adop d thehanme qulremente ford d "Yns, day and the little scholars were all <"5 .l-"
mi..Ion end rr' : yer wasbnp. An' then. tried *, . 1C..duallllll that jr- 1i ,
two wur IllUlialed. were JwIdby the University uf Ublcago, and the ter do me In by chnckln' 'Is 'baccy box arranged In front of the teacher pell- .. "
OOLLKOIC orr '.A atm." log away for dear life trying to see I ,

I Iwo elled yee"e'In the and tall a 01101I three\ by ye8n'l oreaeing nourea otetudy the teooblllg. Ihl. Colh'lI'e Curce will IOnd be..nd rurtber bl olI r ng 'By; which the I Justice presume of yon the mean" Interposed how The near word they"chimney"could get, was to Hie given bead.out Elegantly Furnished 1 1 1room; House, about 3 .Iblocks I frpm; the,$ ;

',' 1001 VOI.LICO Engineering!) l fll4'oonrep rtiUJ1NULOOY-CI"tI.: lending to dell'.ee.Eloctrloal, NOrhunloal.CliChew. verely, "that he tried to Injure peace you so- to a little black eyed girl who had been Post-Office. Modern improvements s; location "Ideal l;. suitable 'for 1 ;;r...:.

'\\Ii Ct) .LE74E FOR 1'E!) I1KIi-\: by precipitating his box of tobacco at spelling words correctly I throughout "

;,! ,degree, a Normal tohool! ror Florida sohooltteaohers/ ;for model tenehers suhoolr lending In all to the a ;you. Pray proceed and avoid slang the morning, but she missed this one Fashionable Boarding-House.. For terms,. "ASK CHAPMAN."i, :: :' .' \.

grades of the pllbllCl Robool. special' emphes.s being putt on the seventh end and Inform the court what other In. by; Inadvertently leaving cut I the %." .',,

I. eighth'J'U'erado.KlmlergnrthTrelnlng; AUAtn1Y-CtasmealLHIIIIIich.nfdodI111; : '' : J SohanlInsepanuebnllding! "' Juries be Inflicted upon you." Quick IK a wink tbf+ little boy next Five). Choice Building Lots oruNorth Boulevard at .$200 each. .. I f
4arallnnturuollega.. "'ICJlIIIUoouuaeelu "Well then b&erbe""Come. her pounced on tbe word and spelled '
Stetson is eepljlally! In '''
strong" this '
/ work Jte s''udmtR, t'
have gone to 1Ilr""rd Yale, I'rlno..lu'ornell.. o\Il"bl".u nod Ublongo. comer' snapped the magistrate It correctly. f Two-Story Residence 2 blocks from Post Office. Quick sale !
BUFIINENS:! \In "You ongr Johnnie" said
: CULLEln-lJduklnll: ,
beet metbods, Shorthand III it brun es. ; U'Hkk8ll1.lnll', by the really beginning to lose big tem may; go up
aml'I'ypewrlthta, ; elective cowries open 111 other de. per. "Don't waste the the teacher tor $1,700. ,
parllnontRI Jerre time of the
IUIIUUL c.'tv' and comm'eltouv" blllld'"I ourt" "I don't want to," whined, Johnnie, 1
: OF
.&illn.'al..lnlng AIt'f.Wooti .nrklDll, Iron Working, and The 111 used wife looked about her. getting ready to crt "My mother Lot on North Clara Avenue ; high elevation ; fine home place.
IIOHOUI. would I
0. FOlIC o1.Rrl-D'awlng: In Charcoal end Ink, """""* In 011, helplessly.; whip me If did. because I'd
Wator-ruin and l'aoLel' studio costly oust 01",101., ekJ. get all over soot."-London Fun.
$200. .
, UI/'I.OI": 11if4t-t{ .'0.1' n pIpe nror"n; II1'planoa; separate bUilding "Excuse me yer washup" she ei- _.. ?
Iari'e fa' ,'11 IJ Ib"r"IIh noel.r....: ..plnrtwin".1. II"Hrb'x., ol'atrl"s., '' I 1 claimed at length, "but I was wonder- What a Foot Wrlt.a.

from,, tbel'uherRIoY'Ic"'hl"a/lO<.:1'l II.'" "** Y I"*'" '*/'", HarvardpYate.' "('l'..llImbl",tlooher., |'nin Wak,8Jr"A In' what was the pet name In" this 'ere ''You never can tell whether poetry Corner Lot on East New York Avenue ; citywater; paved

eat. Louis' vtip."! Bl>*-.Ui ."-h'. Uuokncll Uulve-Hliy of tllohlgH" Kennl'oi?. court for a biff. on the Jib! -London 'loaded! or not" said a Columbia professor street. For $1 I 5'0.

? .' V1,1,1n', '""", B. l"i"re and other, institutions There are nearly Answers. descanting upon (tbe muse, "and
U"OJ" ()( ( ', .
end 'I'IIImelll''' nv"r $!lIlIOO"" .
end' wment; an endowed what a poet writes In the moments of modern
oludlnl library" ul'ov.r.I..IIIII.IlIHH 13aet.1 velum"wlud"\\., It h.8Ullrlll Depot "lib rn.111 1lIllIlehlDla.' In. Woman-and, H.r. Maatar. his One frenzy rolling may be susceptible Fine New Residence, Eight Rooms and bath gall improvements -'
7 ml ,
pnh.tinga a $11) Iii) I
pipe n
um with, compl"te' '' a'porll", : M" encl'''sed ol.\lu,, held' Ran : a ICrmDaal. Tbe philosopher, his friend sat of changes which would make
rllnnlog track, tennis 2 blocks from Post-Office. Ideal
II courts. baseball dlumnnda8flgridiron, belittles far Into the night discoursing on things him curse tbe pen did he but know neighborhood. IF
.porLR : aepnratebuildings lior men ani women; tenlereelaboratoriesforChew." : ID general and smoking strong shag whence It pointed. Now tilt
listen to
latrv, )'8lo" bloloKy SOLD AT ONCE will accept $3,750. eGet
and .. ,.? "'erl"lolJv. Mineralogy' and ; several large museums "Woman. said the former oracu couplet: ,
vomleirl0 light e"ctrl .twine' Me''"" boat cement walks shell road
larly "was meant to fill subordinate
I >mad "" cai"t'UB;' ; shrubbery l and tree; noolal. literary, musical, \ ; "Help us to save fm conscience. from the
aminttieratiid l ilubs; star lecture onuop"j CbrUtlnn\ And not sectarian position In the scheme of creation. paw )
teaching. The """" Ie beautiful and healthful and the expense are l low. Man Is naturally; her master. She Of hireling wolves whole xo..pel Is their
.. For" oatanf., views, folders and Infurmaton ..tI
. I LINCOLN' HULI.EY, Ph.D. LIlt.D., '..1..D., D Land, Florida.IDEAL Is instinctively and by tbe law of nat "It sounds like some kind of a family on the Inside ASK CHAPMAN"Chapman

ural selection the dominant animal. poem doesn't It, wttb\ paw and

2 Woman may learn to revolt, but she maw coming In to make tbe rhyme?
} -- -- --- .---- -- -- --. -- can never learn to rule. She has one Do ;you Imagine the poet when be
r- T.w mission In life-tbat of obedience. wrote the lines ever thought of the

2 Man la born to lead, woman to follow. parents represented In such a homely ,Real Estate Co.
Man 'Is bonito command woman to way and how tbe meaning of the

FERTILIZERSBEST comply. She Is secure only In her I whole thing could be ;jcbnnppd l hr L J

weakness. It Is at once her duty and changing tbe meaning .of the end

delight to obey her superior and"I words of two lines? Wan. he a begin.

AND CHEAPEST Then tbe door opened and there appeared I ner? Ob. no; he was not'a beginnerHe

the bead of a female thereat. I bad written several very; classy -
things. He was John Milton.. You remember .

Spring Fertilizing for ProfitThe "bow"Tbeophllus.often have said 1 told a stern;you not voice to he wrote 'Paradise I-oot' and haste of the .smoke of Incense burned MADE MATTERS WORSE.Her A Purist > ...

smoke your horrid tobacco In the library two or three other pieces of considerable to Mnniliimln., he return thanks for Most persons believe Stevenson'sverses

? It's half past 2, sir. Come to merit though be never quite got I lie, corntueul" I In the cupbonrd and Effort to Correct H.r Error About for children may, without correction -
into the six best Kellers', these dreams happily of the "ron'n ear" of
bed Instantly," list and Charles and Mary Lamb. or amendment safely be placed

new ..,1111n..r nn-8jrlni. { Citrnn Booklet I It reivly for And tbe philosopher sighed shook two lines I have quoted riper bin son the gulden slimmer to come. His npprocliitlon Charles Lamb, the beloved, Ella of In tbe bands of tbe Impressionable

dislrlliutiou. If jou will road It varrfully you will uuilrratxnd his friend silently by tbe band and net to Lord Protector Cromwell writ. iif the vnlni" of I Il1dllll1) corn tbe essays, wrote both tragedies and ;youngster without corrupting either
In Hl Is. nnVrilon for It In Its various
high '
In -;
ten 1652.-New York But there
Herald his morals his
tbe which underlie comedies but was not u successful or English.
principles onr nrgingearly spring application went.-London Sketch.! forniM IN nbldltlK.-Louisville Con-
playwright. When his farce "Mr. B." are some who think otherwise says aa
and If yon are nut iilivH.ly an advocate, of this method, it will rler-.fournnl.
The Southerner and Corn. tbe Lane theater exchange. .
was produced at Drury -
donbtlcHslv Increase the prn What war wan caused by a clay teapot .
cent. and Longfellow.The "
and bis progeny upon corn He sleptIn Argyll genial author wbo was In tbe audience the child to say Time to rise In
Oitr bookletuti'l -il 'HO\V TO BEU1N AN ORANGE ? his frontiersman's. upon a mat great Duke of Argyll won visiting himself Joined with companion which -the birdie wltb a yellow bill"
For an answer to this question we I
GROVE" meta the H;,i>rovl of in-mv experienced people. It is tbe trees mnde of the husks i Today be his son then governor general of able vigor In biasing It. figures the child announced that she
be to
must might supposed
go contributes of Its tn the. 'annda.. and< met Longfellow In the meant to recite it to her teacher
invaluable to the some pith ,
prospective citrns grower.: land of pigtails and porcelain. The It Is, Indeed an airy; trifle, too slight
manufacture of ,'ntloll.ltb which American poet's ancient colon In I mansion "Well, and what did Miss Prim say
Write us req.iireiufuts cull gun In texture for the professional stage,
or ,
yuur on our agent, tbat Chinese in
story goes a emperor to blow the enemy to Kpel/.piuh. | and lIt Cambridge MUSH.. As they ant but It ball proved n charming play for to 'tbe birdie with a ;yellow bill?'"
olden mark of special
days gave as a of In'lhl' of together on the veranda the duke per. asked Alice's mother when the little
It niunufncriire
some more '
MR. J. L. NUCKOLS of nmoteurs. At a recent performanceby ."." -..
favor n magnlQrent clay teapot rare I .
cellulose to pack behind, the armor or nUtently asked the names of the vorl.I a college dramatic society; a little girl returned from s bool.
design to Lo Bung Chang his favorite bill country's battleships to prevent I ous lilrdhe saw laud board singing In dialogue took place between two ladles "She says It Is quite a pretty thought

mandarin. This was laid up as a priceless of them from sinking when projectiles I the poet's trees. an well as of the flowers In the audience wblcb would certainly; But this Is tbe way she makes me say
tbe treasures
possession among pierce their plates. He plants corn as Dud bushes growing In his exten.I It now mamma:
\WILSON & TOO IER FERTILIZER; COMPANY Lo Hung or borne at his side by two have delighted Lamb himself could behave
early In tbe springtime as the season live and beautiful irarden. Longfellow beard It. "A birdie with a yellow bill
attendants at all high public festivals/ 1
wa neither bolunlst nor urultholoplst Hopped upon the window sill.
JA-KONVIL'.E FLORIDA will permit and gets up at dawn to go '
"Mr. H., a farce In two acts by '
and functions. A rival mandarin saw Cocked hla shining eye and Bald
and did not know.
of distinction wltb the Into the fields and tickle Its spreading ; Charles Lamb; read one of them 'Are you not .ashamed you sleepyhead?* "
I O.:'e n x. .. "' .. -o --- these signs roots wltb a double above! plow. In I I "I 1 was surprised lo find your l.ona-: her "Do 1
from know "But that not tbe the birdie
of Jealousy and hired a program. ;you was way
green eyes ; said
midwinter be smokes his corncob pipe fellow such an Ignorant erlton.
to break the obnoxious pot. The had quite forgotten that Lamb was a said It, Alice," the mother remon-
man before a corncob fire. Looking into a the duke subsequently to an American
r: Qae ...In......' fAllow! was caught In tbe-act fc..i of rtnwinir embers through a blue acquiiliitanre.. dramatic author." strated.
ft "Oh. my; dear," exclaimed her neighbor I I| "No, mamma; I know But teacher
I "Indeed: Pray on what aubJecU""Why.
OiNURES' ----- tell the with a superior smile, "of course says; It Isn't good English to say.Ain't ; .
I he could not me
be was! Surely you must rememberthat you; 'shamed you sleepy head
THE MAPES name of the birds and Bowers to be
be and his sister collaborated ------ ---- -
benrd and soon In bin own garden.
H wltb Sbake penre." I Sixteenth Century Meals

uee" of Sea 1Routes" "May; speak I ?"ask the how American many asked.language "Collaborated with Shakespeare! Judging from a passage In Harrl.aoo's .
you "
exclaimed tbe first speaker startledout "Description of Britain break
fOR fL JRIDA ---- ----------- "Certainly-but one." of her politeness. "Ridiculous! fast eating in tbe sixteenth centurywas

"Mr. Longfellow was the answer What could blnelut\ such nn Idea- held to denote effeminacy. "Uere-.

4r. MEROHANTS & MINERS TRANSP'T'N GO. "speaks six and! translate freely; from" Ob, ;you must be thinking of the 'Tales tofore," be writes "there bath been
n \SH: ANIMAL BONE: AM > So. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, made almost all the languages of Europe From Shakespeare' by Charles and more tin,. spent In eating and drink-

hVMii l I.> nt'hour ",'hlll". STEAMSHIP LINES Mary; Lamb." Ing than commonly Is In these days

r.. N R.111E ck or Acl PIvHphate Deed in MAPES manufacture Ri.e of Russia.ID There wax mirth In her voice, and ) for whereas of old we bad breakfasts
W n nAverage the history of Europe down to tbe
W. 'I, OLD UELIADLK: LEADERS IN COMPETITION AT DELANDFOR I the superior person flushing, perceived In the forenoon beverages or nnntloo
W i JACKSONVILLE to . middle of the eighteenth century Russia that overbasty "cramming" for tbe occasion after dinner and thereto reare suppers
W l h. a blank. The foundation of the
wben time to
W. -- SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE bnd led her Into error. She It was to go rest now
W klnedom wad Inld by Itnrlc the Norseman tried to retrieve liprsplf."I these old repasts thanked be Gods are

iii W nnHlypI". Florida! Agricultural' ExpertmentStatlon' for . and PHILADELPHIA In the ninth. century. .In. tbe tenth. did not menu collaborated with verle well left and orb one (except

.r the past 13 yearn: BALTIMORE and century the R".lnn"Oer. CbrlstluDIzed him of vnui'fio." sh' explained loftily here and there some young hnngrle
r PhonphorloAmmonia. Actual adopilng I he creek form of Chrls-
W W. Acid Fotuh. NORFOLK to tin nil,.. In lue thirteenth' century the "That was merely' 11 slip of the tongue.I stomach time) contenteth tbat cannot himself fast wltb till dinner dinner

W MapPH Oranire Tree Muuure.1 03 0.811 8.75 BOSTON and PROVIDENCE Russians were completely overrun by; mennt tmnsl.iteil him." Youth'x and supper onlle. The nobll-

W r Mapes Fruit and Vitae Manure .:.66 7.01 11.37 the Tnrtnra under Uargblx Companion. Die gentile and students ordlnartlle go

W. A Mapeg Vegetable Manure ... .. 5.09 9.::>> S.34 PHILADELPHIA to BOSTON I Prom the Tartars Russia was Kban'l to dinner at 11 before noon and to supper
W. Ask punphlnu also special circular how to fertile eta, for earlier Bred by Ivan who became czar at B or between B and 6 at after
iii rlpenlnc' ; Moat economical, and best way to reach Extern an.l. Northern point time. of Ellznbetb It was .J. noon. The merchants dine and sup seldom .
W W fruit.DREKA'S Through tickets on sale to principal points. ArcoiumodHtlon'' Great (1UT2-1T29I( : : : who gave jiflC g fat:.:. Sealskin Sweatbox Finally Wentto before 12 at noon and 0 at night
lit o DEPARTMENT STORE. 0 and CoaBine unsurpassed. For further informstlnn, ",Mrp"" the DrOll time n place In the state-,-i;;:;, the the Dog a. especial> in London The husbandmen -

W W A. l>rvku& fo. lu charge of the Wapes Warenouso at UeLaud. J. F. WARD, TuAviuNa PaeNa AQINT, tern of Europe.-New York American. missionary sent to \the States, fur dine also at high noon and imp at

r r I = T. B. WOOLSEY, C. A., 2O8 W. Bar ST, } JACKSONVILLE. FLA.H. a 'mnglc. Thirteen lantern laud the necessaryelides. 7 or 8, but out of tbe tearme In our
16. months litter they I "
the 10.
Bird' Milk."I universities scholars dine at
r AO
.JlOClO Q C. AVERY, MT, reached hint.Everything.
W. -,--- - fed him with hlrd'n milk. This
W --- : lu Butlln I.nnd' dates I
Grips i-iii'lcinx exprpMslon was used by the As Exemplified.
W W 'jfincst W e.xlilbltluu. From Ituu miles round.
before and seeing no indicationsthat
iii f'n bMvny tn Salcinlkl. wltb referencein
; the expectant Eskimos cume lu behind his dinner was ready the man
W his brother' Mohtuiinipd. his preileceKMor .
W FavoriteFertilizers ---- on the throne. Abdul JamId their dog teams \to participate In the with the sparse whiskers beckoned: to

r IIIIII with lamenting his own fate and tellliitf wonderful event. The sealskiu cbuixu a waiter.

III Buy liM ciiplom( how little he deservedIt was filled/ to overflowing. The sppctu- I "My friend." be said "perhaps I

. and how kind he had! been to his tons were packed as closely as sardines I I have made a mistake. Is this a pay as

.Wr.WW Pure No. 1 brut!"her. "I fed him wltb bird's' milk." in a tin. The scent of sperm oil uud ;you enter restaurant?'
blubber and sweat soaked furs mingled "
he wild, as If that were the greatest "No, sir. responded tbe young man
In tbe fllr. the tbermometcr
Although -
kliuliiPMR IIP could xhow. What l lbird' I" In the white apron yawning. "This is

lit r Manufactured by milk? Not the Turkish equivalent outside registered 40 degrees! a dinner cooked while yon wait restaurant.
FOR below zero, the perspiration poured In ."
nr the milk "f human kindness
W streams down tbe faces of the enthusiastic
Thereupon be resumed his dreamy,
W. liruiul of condensed
but M European
r audience. And nbeu tbe straggling contemplative attitude and the man
COMPANY I the can 11 picture of a
Fall Application milk beanbag on
o INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER bird on a ussr. list of arctic explorers who have with the sparse whiskers waited some
touched nt Cumberland Bound bare more.-Chicago Tribune.
long since bruit forgotten the recollection
WANT TO BE SURE You ARE KICJHT when you, His Conundrum.
I Fla. of that magic lantern show
I A to Gladstone
Jacksonville Reply
-you your order for fall applii-iil. Ti> KXOWI: "Mlitah \\ alk"h. kin >'"' fell me di, will linger In the minds of tbe Eskimo I I "Gladstone bad no great scientific
de bead
cold lu
In"niice 1 'tween a
-- are right, is to order SIMON: PURE HIoil; v I chicken coop'IL' a bole In de from Mete lurogulta, to Cockburn l.aud. knowledge," said an English writer,
1 finds But a few nights later a sad fate "aud nt a dinner, when Faraday described

Dealers in of Sold by E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville, Fla. rute?' What befell the sealskin church. It was an Important new scientific
Sam that's a bard one.
and Insecticides "No. ; eaten up ,by" u pack of hungry; Eskimo discovery, the premier showed Indiffer
Chemicals between a cold In tbe .
Fertilizing Materials Agricultural In the difference I dogs. These savage (creatures starved ence. ,

Our Warehcu d at DeLand, in charge of bead and a"chicken coop with a hole almost' to death made a raid ou tbe 'After all.' be said, hiding a yawn

t. __ -.-_---- In tbe roof? edifice during a blinding snowstorm. behind his hand. 'what use will It ever
-- -- T. E. ARNOLD : "0.. one am a case o' Influenza an1de Managing to get on top of the roof be?'
w uildnli\ HID n case o' out flew bens, boles lu the sealskin
they; soon 'Why.: said Faraday, there's every
(Jo the peat and ( rthweJt.t1jj.I. has a good supply of fertilizers for you for quirk orders.. sub.'f.udles covering, nud. In spite of the exertions I probability, sir that some day you'll i
the vocal
and gentlemen ,. '
See him and get a bag. of the missionary and his entire congregation be able to tax It.
"Dixie southAtlan Limited. wander Professor WiibMes Izzeers. they uctunlly ran away with
Over and Kill now fins the popubir ballad entitled the greater portion of the frozen skin A Turn Dbwn.. "A' ?d

SOUTH ATLANTIC 'The Llpn That CM"'ss a Stogy which at a safe distance, they proceeded I Snaggsy-Beg pardon, mister; Tm a.r' ',y

DIXIE; n YEa. LlMITED--- ---- --- Shall Never Touch Mine.' "-Chicago to dt'voul'-Ever.body'e Magazine. stranger la dese parts. Farmer Har-aA ;r!

as L" J.c..a..w..A.e L .5t 135 p.P. n.m. THbuue. ____ ____ row-Wei:. I dnnno of anybody' tbaV. ,* .'

11.11 P.p .sa... L,,: w.Yc..............................o::1:I"F.C L II >1 p.. .... r-CONTRACTI TAKEN ANYWHERE WILL BUILD UNDER CONTRACT ". wants to git acquainted with ,.... ..r
1.:15a.:: m. L" Tlftoa......,......... .C of Ge. J.5t.. m. IN FLORIDA OR BY THE: DAY What's In a Nam Lingering Superstition. (Turns away.t-Boston Transcript t .,'
"at: :: ::: A.Ar.Macon.Atlanm........ .....: : .. UI. =-- Returned Traveler-By the way Mr. "Will n lucky gentlewoman give" an ti*, '.',q

.... w. A. Mann ;your daughter Mia Etta. Is unlucky one n tiny mascot to bring Jeeklno For Danger .
11.46 At. Chittinoot .
_tM a.p. m.m. Ar. N..hvlll .:::.::.NC.itgi.IgAr. ," married Isn't she Old Hertdeot-No; luck?" run on advertisement In an "I'm going to lick smith"

'''a. m. 8c Loul j .......,.............e. she could bay married a fine. young English paper. Here was a poor soul "Why

145 P. m Ar. 1'.n..UIe ......tkTH.: < : 3- mettles Si (.tQ. fellow once: but she threw film over I I -for If there 'In a creature oo the face "He said 1 was a horse thief and. a
H.ule.... account of his name. She: said It of tbe earth whose fate calls for pity
11411 Ar T.rre oo liar. ,.
m. : .. ..............C. II /: L --
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_U7ArChlca. buf
luaL... was bad enough to be Etta Mann I Ir III' n gentlewoman wbo Is down- "Did be it?"
Ae.Eeox: ..la ................L..LII II<< N N' 1110.14. .. .in.Ar. m.. Contractors anb JSuUoers.IDeXanO : ,. she drew tbe line at Etta Kooc.-Chl- keeping In her poverty some of that MNOM'Theo prove ,

Corbln."I..L..... II< 1'1: alb, p. m. can Tribune. superstition or faith whatever It maybe : lot well enough alone,"and'J
................. L II< N. r.N0.mAs .
r. Parll .. L II< 1'1' called. wblcb Is tbe only thing that don't ct Mm lay'madderOlen..
116 m--
.. "lnlltan..L....... II< P4.Arr p flotifia( keeps misfortune from crushing tbe \ -
A : Clnclna.d. N' She Meant Professionally.As 'land Leader f.j1"*; ,
.... ap.m.III .. uTerer.( If only she. could get'' the ?
a} : p>> the young man caressed the check p. ** H; .'
Ar ii-wtt-"V.f..if.s.ii.. ... : : M Ib. m.IlMe. m.4U .. o< his ladylove abe drew away hastily right she might Induce fate to Imperiled ..._,...;:_.. 'I.'
Loui.vUh .......... P R.I look kindly < on ber People call this Indignant Wife That claaa
ladl.aapolla. : > n.Itsa. IN SECOND STORY OF RECORD BUILDING n think. she said Indignantly "you new
...........: P II. R. | OFFICE
m. lint evidences of
.. practical age superstition
ArL: .Cb\ca.\ .port.................".pRoR. bad better sec father first"'Why. has only; just brought the children i
Ar sod PaUmaa .Ieepln" an, whatdo you meanr MkeiJ continue to appear, A law- me home and now he' tall'I! tile
IOUTR ATLANTIO LIJlUTJD.-Thlnuljb: cans,: puam.cq .\, baaan.n syeapg' an J.oaroovllU. bINtroarllN the perplexed lover. i spit not long ago: revealed tile fact that out for a spin. Hnsbaod-Ureat j

........ to Clnola..11.. ClndnatlM I ....I..nYlIIe to ape nursed I tits/ aetroldger1tept a motorcar and bad Be doesn't half know' bow' 1
)I. 1Na at .car......;. Atlanta to and Pullmaft ..pnDldn Atlanta to SPECIFICATIONS A COUPLETS CREW OF' FIRST-' 'rPatber. she replied a. bbme'etc.'ail of pat '
Ut sashes ar LAOS AND i* flha / which elms
= I'LYIUt..IQI&"Je, smoker:. IJ. 861oWs Yla Yarua her cheek *ns a barber.BnccasNaga ap a ear and the' tft.-8ta1
'!!!'!!'!IIrdI 'I. R_ applybA.W.Pdto1D.P.A.. .0. Ls1J6e J'URNJ8Hm CLASS WORKMEN ulne. out.. of the proceeds of a codlacal.. 'meta eook weTe...bad. la. a Tear.t. .-
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; l .IN A PYTHON'S COIL. pearenee.! which suggested a 'Oreek THEIR OWN DOCTORS. ago&J rather Btraltencd circumstances HEALTH FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
1 ? wan I the
origin.'But when the dish appeared In a little town' In tlichignn ,

4t the meaning dashed Into the guests' Inventor of tbe.ohBi'lt: system I'aluier I!f SURANCE .
An Adventure That Cost Zoo
tYbcuq a Remadi.i That Animals Wh.n Slok LOCAL TIME CARD No. 19. Corrected to Sept
I. i
Official H1C:,ll}..jjiTbe minds.. "Arlftblon" was the Swiss (Instinctively Select. was a fiddler and. assumed responsibility The man who Insures his life Is 1909.No.
hers attempt lo render phonetically './OP the bate, <*'ml" and wraps of 111 No 112
attendant No. W No. A
In m>nl(>glcal garden. With tbe brute creation" the simple wise for his family. MAINLINE
.tblt words "Irish stew.-Mancbeeter those who camS! toIn ild dancing pnrtles. DAILY DAILY DAILY
Sr. exposed to dangers of variousorta. remedies of nature generally" : tmfflcefof be The mini who Insures his health. ___
Tile .uperlnteiident'of. the Cincinnati Unnrdlnn. keeping thing} straight gaver 4 00 piu TOT uro r., ao aonv o.rir 7 80 pm gtoa.n.
their few iilluiuum." 1I0d.tbey are articles Is wise both for his family and LRLAIIFnsetne..Ar 600 7 OH am
] numbered checks t<; tbe committed 2* praa 10 tit nm I'm
city animal*pllrk once vbad, an adventure [ Club '. guided to tbem I br liiHtlm-t.. We have pm 11 M urn LvEast| Patalkeby B OH pm eon am
4 wltb which'' A Short dares to hI8..srp. Some railroad men himself. 01 pm I rs pm Lv... Ormnnd ,....Lr I IM pm 4211 am I'unmtn
a python earn nudist
been told how the himself
One of the most. short .lived. clubs mongoose who attended one at the dances noticed You 14 pm 1 44 pm La.D.yten..Lt; 8 14 pm 4 ID amB Parlor' oar
,;CADC near costing him DIM(\are. when bitten by A cobra by eating may In.ur.health by 9 66 pm 790 pm:: Lv-New:: Hmvrne.. ::.LT 910 pm: : 40 qn operated on tralin 28 and 18 b.
ever formed wire the Club des Inlde- how Idea worked
perfectly-the 86 L.. ,'rllll.vlll..L. 196 pm 997am14Ham t..J. It"'nvlll..n'l11.101 '
.for 8
It berame'necell.arl. .to wake certain and It. It 'Is worth guarding. 0 ((10 pm pm
some a
( plant residents
ninny country
'' '1lr8-'ub' for ugly''women' -organized! and npproprlnted'.It, and In a short time J 44 pin I 19 pm 1..0000..1..124", pm /f .

Dvl changes superintendent.In tbe snake Mr.' house, and tbe In by I the Prlrire Pauline Metterntcb., self In the have dirt aeeii a slfk"dugMiry him tbe system was ,Adopted all over tbe At the first attack of disease u 1 V-17> pm|pm 4 t 67 3D pro pm: : I;:.,::.Rookledge.,1.Kau Oar le.: :t; :13 12 43 10 pm pm: : 1 44 19am amI : |Pullmans|| Bullet' ile)i ,per i.
was who was an elegant/ woman but so country. As Is so often the/ case the which generally approaches I 1110 pm 6 07 pm L..Melbo.'n.. .LV I 19 09 pm 1 08 am tween New York and l Knunu
the of Animals choose such ,......Ft. Fierce,..Lv 10 28 am 11 :10 Key
cage pythons anticipating nn Instinctively and manifests 198 I am 7 06 pm pm over the Atlantic COMI L
ugly that she used. to call herself "a invealor got nothing out of It.-New through the LIVER n.
I 118 Oil I.T.,W. Palm Bsoh.Lv 8 04 am 8 40 "10lorlb of
i am pm Jacksonville
danger when to his dismay be saw. food.. Is best suited to tbem. A I a it bun.li.i.
while monkey. !Perhaps she fell lone- ruenumber York American Itself In Innumerable ways 0 BO am U W pm Ar .. Miami La 6 80 am 6 00 pmt on train annnrt
tbe largest snake coming toward him I of uulnials wash tlienmeUeM. J JA ; 00 am: ., ... :::.:Mlaml..Ar: : : ::: . :DO pm: : HIlundayi
HIIIIM' A11} how she tried to gather i .. .... .,...
I TAKE llU.m... .. & Homestead. .1. 4 10 pm
hissing and darting Its tongue angrily, +home of the other women she knew I and bathe, as elephant, utugn. blrJnoiid .'" L..'. I 0... Km ..... .. .. .. Long Key t.v. ....._....... 1 40 am
Instantly be realized his danger ants. In fuel, titan limy lake u Nat Mae From a 11110.10 ...... ArT .KnlKhti He'Lv .,........ 1 00am! ,
N' Tbe who were not blessed with good looks The tAilor l blrdj d> India a tiny yellow '< 00 .. -KOyWiev ..7lIII am
lesson lit trout the lower
superintendent quickly graspedthe hygiene, an
Into n club. Rut tbe club proved unPopular creature, mo I'H a most curious '880 pam .,., ..... Ar. H".ana..Lv ... .. .. 300 pm
bnge reptile Just back of the neck Ima Is.. Atilimils. ret rid of their {pura-' IT utt'sPilis
a with bin right hand and with tbe left'latched { -. and died u natural death. Theprincess sites by using duet I mud clay etc. nest To escape"4nntte 1 and monkeys $ ,Tuesdays and Thursdays. arrival at Key Went .
got back ut I her women acquaintances this bird takes / Hd leaf flies into .. and from
the creature two feet lower ( Those suffeiliitf from" fever, \ restrict n <; up Tuesday, Touridayi Saturday departures Key West
down where the greatest mnscnlarpower by remarking that If there tbelr diet., keep. quiet seek darkness a tree and witb''s'' fiber for a threadand ''Mondati, W,dn..d.y.and Fridays,arrivals, and departure Havana d
I were any candor In them her club Iks bill for o-jiecdle sews the leafto And save your health.The .
h of the python Is located. I and airy place, drink water anti sometimes PALATKA BRANCH
won Id be overcrowded.A n green one bunging from the tree.
Be.tried thrust the writhing plunge Into It.
n to !!: mastInto even
4. The Hides are Hewed up. nn o'X""lng to --- -- ,. .ve.llu EAST PALATKA TO Arrive Leave PAIATKA TO EAST ,
a waiting box but the python Wben a dog boa'" lost bill appetite heats I Arrlrexaa
r coiled Its twelve feet of length round Money Making Scheme. I lint species'' of grass known no the nest thus formed' being ,left at t the Meid'e Chance. .. 1'.I.llta PALATKA Palatka Pal"I" LATKA PaluknIs .',

... the man's leg and began .constrict "Yes.' I'm working on a money" making dog's grass ((i-hleiidenti., Cuts also put ton The lenfi> nrpnrenfly" hnnglnK "Do yon ever lose thnt umbrelln of am ........No. 100 Unity' .,........ 888 am 840 am No lot VRII'....,, M -,
I carrying Its tightening tolls. higher and scheme to remove weeds. grass catnip etc. Sheep. and cows from a twig wou d never be taken for yours?" asked the maiden. d 18 am ,........No. 102 Dally......". 880 am 800.m ,...,..'No. 102 1IDlly......... 1120"00 am, .
"Abu: (Jnrd -nlng?" nest d 80.10 ....._No. 104 "Daly........ 9 110 am II 28.10 ......... 108 UKlly ....... ",,
a I 4t'
9ht higher. when III seek out certain berbs. An "No: I don't replied the mnn gtprnly. ... ... ,........
+A ... "No. I'm hoping; to marry a rich ; u8 pm .No. 106 Unlly 2M pm 966 I'm 107 holly.......,. 8181.10
Struggle as he might.' Mr. Stephens animal suffering from chronic rheumatism "TUP person who takes thnt umbrella 1 1101'10' ...,.No. pm 48.1'10 No. 1111I "''''I'..., .,
widow."-!New' York Telegram. The Only Kind. I I0 pm ......No 110 Dally ...,. 888 pm b M pm" .No" III Dnily...,.,. ...0a6 pn
seemed helpless In tbe serpent's grasp. always keeps as much im possible will hare to take me. 0 pin .........No. lit D..II'..... a66 pm I 00 I'm l1a rally .. .. 17U pm
i. Bis! hands were so moist tbnt'tbe In the can. The warrior ants "It would ben! good Idea If brains "Do I understand, that to he a proposal pili

u scaly body twisted In them. Perspiration Think I. Cheep. hare regularly organized ambulance. could beoup: over nnd renovated, now of marriage os Ibr..nU" Inquired SAN MATEO BRANCH
"I think I shall go to Europe. __ _
streamed! down his face. The Lntrelk cut the nnlenuiie of nu ant and then the miss sweetly.-Phllndelphln j
..svezuli! EAST PALATKA TO Arrive BaiMateo ||Leav .
"How I Ihr deuce can you afford to go brains
"If that werepossible some
python had worked Its bend free and and other tints tame und covered tbe I Inquirer. .alack. I 8AN MATEO II Mateo PALATKA
to Europe? ___ ,
would have to Tie renovated with a
S was darting Its horrid tongue/ almostIn wounded part wltb a transparent fluid
hut afford to think."
"I 1 can't I can -
Its victim's eyes. ( they secrete In their mouths. If a vacuum cleaner-Baltimore American. The Women Question. 1 80 am ........No. 108 Dally........ 850am 800 amB ....r No. 101 Dalli.No .. .....,.., W50:
The! man threw of his hand Instinctively Brooklyn Life.. chimpanzee \be wounded It stops the Little Willie-Sny. paw what Is the :10 pm ..'......No. 107 Dally..........840 pm 45 pm ........ 108 llallr.' .. ..... ., 4 05 am pmNo.

FS to shield his face, and at the bleeding by placing Its hand on tbe "woman ouestlon P.. .I.'* nomr*. .

same moment the snake! seined. and The Better Way. wound or draining It with leaves and Hard on the Chairs. one my son. For example: What shall 'I'ail 65 BU'dey' :' no.D"il'51 /MAYPOKT BRANCH No. (uDally Sunday o.' o. Sn. 51Dally'
1 First Boston Child-Do you believeIn Among the anrentors of Wendell" ; :
began ,swallowing It: grass. When an animal has a wound I wear? now does my hair look In Only

By this time the attendants hud corporal punishment Second' Boston ed leg or arm hanging on It completes Phillips were several, Puritan lerg.v the back? Is my hat on straight? etc.Exchange. ''t 10 P* 200N B45 '"M '.__._. ...?.. .,.,..-_.._.,. 7 80 an I 00 PM 5 80 .es
Child-No: I Iron usually make my men. Perhaps It wim II push ot heredity 'I I 60 PM 240 PM 10 :as AM ..._ __...r..I. ......_._._.1... a 41) aM U 19 PM 4 Mm
I > I rushed Into tbe cage, and they began the amputation by means of Its teeth. "1167 PM HI PM 111 82 M Ar.-,.._....tilrrnr M.mh.,.__......1... a 411 jI
beating tbe python. :Not< liking this sion.Mfe.parents.. . what I wish by moral sua -Philadelphia North American which, made. bun at five years of I I&lgl' ; 10 PM urn PM 10 4i AM. .r.....................".".,.....,.,,...,,.....,_.1... ft 110 AM'M U\\i OONU Ii: PM 4 4 44 SO WlOrialr Ptt

fi treatment the big snake relaxed! lIeoU. M tireHCber.His Up and Down. .
.. Mr. Stephens. Jerked! his band I'OiigrvKiulon wax composed of Algernon Arduppe-Can't.. you mnkeme +'a1.f':', v+'+:nn1, : Cllr Branch 'Ki'tiunu/l::;: KH.vw.:.o:*'.n':jj *: : | Sanlord BrachIA K**

free and broke off of the python'sfangs Clearly Understood HER CHOICE OF BOAS. clrclCH'' ot fUulfs! ranged lu Ills fn- better rate for room and board I I '1IU' mil. ... ... "xnn.. Il.v.. aAr. ,
one any Ism ... .. .
la .I. Le. ] aC8SSlS
thins ,,'blle''I I I III 80 am ? I M | .... ?... Pg
They 1I'ldomla"e/ dinner parties parlor, taller chair wltb Mrs. ,. .Lv. '
advertise $3 ? l.v Cltv l.vir
In his thumb In so doing. than what you up U pm I I IW em urani*. I r
err 1 bad not held on to Its heaviest and those, they !gave were small. But The Question That I I. Now Puzzling the u illhle mi M. .'ijerved hIm for u "pmpll.Mi Hamand-Yes. In your case It will be 10 pm::: ;il.'i"i m llmnt > ,llv .lu:.lJ: :..g / :::: g 20 tm I:::: ; vn' rn .. .,',' ...0..

muscle! said the 1I\1J>Prlnll'mll'nt. "I they liked things done decently and In Man In the C.... said linriiiiKiie these I wooden iindl $5 down.-Chicago Union fill Co.'on.' m.d. ,1 K.'xh"' hy .hh e a 0 e. Y Cn for K.y \\>., awl Hnvttnrlh .. c...
d order and generally bud the best. On Crosby bud always been Inclined to KIIK li,> the hour .
have no doubt It might have strangledme. --- .. \ TAIH tS .ho. iht .
i m jt wiiisjh irln I
) m h
i)> .xo..o nrrlvr mt .
tbe afternoon of one of I the little pur- conservatism In household expeiixoH.especially "Wendell." Hold Ills father to him .vrrt-l,.t.llr,rhi.'theirr l i .rrrtl. i or dwpeiriur. .< 'h. time* ttaitd I* not M U.......*l nor*mahl l .II..m i..
As long I grip there I Knowledge In that he bas fomDJi
as kept my ties proud o h* ,n.''tt r**.i nnahle| .. Itir ... d*>l.y or tiny con4.furtic. ..,.In. 'h...,..... 0 y
felt confident, hut I was pretty weak the host summoned tbe boy In In the' matter of his wife'sdress one duy. "don't yon get tired ot this? earned so much. Wisdom Is bumble '
buttons and said ".\ the +11 COPY OF rHE I.'AL 1'01&' CARD OH rP I IIKa ISFORM" liON "955 1 'rHE .
: hty rafter the adventure." to him "Now: John bills. IIIM wife went so far as ". PHIHI. wittily replied. hocprem that he knows( no more.-Cowper. TICbal' A4kN1
'" you must be careful how you band to say I bat he wits pemirloux.. ..her "I l <.!,pn't get tired but. It l Is IKtPIYIRC.n.rIP..e.rAu: ST. AUGUSTINB. FLORIDA

.:, round the wine." She had been In need of a new boa rather bnnl, on the <'hn Irl." -- ----- i
"Yes. sir. for a long time and after she dinted -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- --- ---- -
C "These bottles wltb the black seals tbnt her lnipplin.. would never be I
The Frenchman Got Around th. Law are the best and these wltb tbe red till he
I quite complete. she had one at KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL.
Against Hissing. seals the Inferior sberiy. The best last consented, In make the purchase.lie Eventually

{ 1tj t A gentleman who bad been unceremoniously sherry Is for after dinner. Tbe Inferior went Into n .store and picked out -

bustled out of a Paris playhouse will hand with .
I sherry you around two one of whltb wan: n cheap (Imitation Ilciilth IM W'oidi saving' anil Some
because. he biased when tbe curtain the hock after soup. You understand' affair and the other a Site expensive lieLunil iVopIo Know lion lo'sure
fell on the second act brought!!: an hock and Inferior sherry after soup?" one.Taking. I YOU WILL USE

action for damages against" the manager "Ye sir: perfectly," responded the them to MM. office before It. I Ii
goIng l Pit, [ nlM ... ,
of tbe said house. Alary p? pie' Luke ihilr live* In
boy In buttons.'fhe home he changed the .price marks., I their DnniUl.v noilci, .tlnglhe kldnnrn when r i
The court decided'! favor of the evening came and, wltb It the tbe expensive tug on the cheap boil, they know Iho.o u u/.uie mud I hi'lp. Hick

hissing gentleman adding that If a /guests. Everything, went on swimmingly and vice, versa." kidneys mf" r..ol"n-IIle| fur II vast. amount
t, spectator la! allowed to show, his delight '! till the hay went round tbe table of aiitlcrlnu cult(l Hi liexltli, lit l here la no
HU. wife examined them) for a longtime need tn iiir i turn laroniHin L'! ,lUrcPr wll'n l i
,, ; ) by ladsta-lng In npplnune. his iisUIng each of the guests "Hock very seriously I Indeed and then All liAPHiteti. up,
f ltl neighbor bas also the right to show or Inferior. sherry?"-London Tit-Bits. aid, : "Now, dyer the'expenslre" !bon \Is weak. kldiifvanun be 'iiukkiv" and pHrinnn.
approbation In an audible fashion. catty cured bv the use of Doitn'e Kidney
; l+ But the law In Fiance, was not always I DEATH OF THE WORLD.When a beauty, mud It Is. really very good of Pili II. Here U a DeLuud, cl'l..eo'l recommendAtion -
to allow me choice. Some r
1 r you my : t
so tolerant. In the middle of the. seventeenth women would In lie It without n word :Jlr. !Scott HxlKkln, Howry Ave DC- : I ;.
century It was' strictly' forbidden Water Disappears and Air Gets Land Kla.. .a)81 "I am vets glad (to uo y.
to bins In a playhouse! and In Too Thin to Breathe. but really I don't think we can afford" 1 knowledge the meal boneHt. I derived. from
every theater there were n number of the more costly one. and besides dearI tbe ties "I l Doan'H. Kidney I'llls. lily kl Tbe age of the enrthie, placed by think tbe chenp one the moro stylish. neya did not do their wnrk properly and the
"gardes Francoises" with strict ordersto some at 500,,000 years by. others too. Why CroH. dear hut's tine matter secretions from llieae oivmn were hcanty rnaoc Vuclor MAMA [
apps'Piyl arrest any J persnn, Infringing idle 100000.000 years und still others, of ant, 1II1nl1ll1rAI. JI> buck' ni'b'ilcoiiati"nily I
? Are 1111'But
{; 3, later time U you sail, suffiTed intensely If J stomped| or lift'txi. PATCNTCOPORCH
place ut 1O.OOO.OUO
law.But the jeura.N'oue dear old Urns bad made his getaway I. 1 felt niincrthlc' end annie dwvewas, .
are not easily put place It lower than 10000000. Into hardly able fo xet Rrt.umU. 1 "nnlllen'l1p"' SHADES
the night where he could
down by silly regulations/ and whenever ; of Donu'a.
1I knowing what processes have been Kidney Pllln and procured a sup-
they. see an opportunity.. they attack through. kick himself as hard nt tie_felt be deserved ply. It required but tboinmenM. rf .mo
ct I the authorities with that fearful gone But what he> would like to boxes) to relieve tbn bHvkocbo Hud, I have We alt! exclusive; a euts at DeLand

? t weapon.. ridicule In this case such an process.Other planets Tbe reason go through that other Ibo pluuets name know la this, : Did his wife happen... on nevi not bud Are a.110 pain norm.In mv..'oln. In tact since I have Mr been kid! tor these I'orchShades. Just the thing; Why Not Now ?
tbe ,
more boa seerdent
a. t. opportunity came at the ComedleFrancnlse differ so ranch from the earth Is that expensive by. ,pure entirely rtllnvcdnl kidney. trouble for your verandas during the hot sum
SF or- Korexleby. all ilBalUK.,,
daring the performance of Price 0i> oenlii.
they are In so much earlier or later New York Fo..t.llIh'"n t <;o.. mer sun Call at our store and --
"Cleopatra.; a play by Marmontel.It Tribune. Utulalo NY.? sole ------ ---
F$ stages of existence. Tbe earth must agontR, for the trilled' Stales. examine
---- --- --
I was a badly written dull work become old.Newton Kpmember the oa''I'-oou'l-ood takeno

.Rfti t'i and the people. were waiting for a surmised although be could Girl. and Outdoor Games other. .1. P. AI.LRN A CO.
chance to give vent to their opinion.At Women In their ambition.. to be athletic
k'ir' s sd give no reason for It, that the earth
last the, chance The I contend against itiunnieruble dif
rnme. mnnRge-1 would lose all Its water and become --
1STi ment bad ordered a .... | ficulties. Out of these dilHi-ultlcs, 1 Ix KLICKER BROS--i
I perfectly dry. Since then It has" been 6O YEARS'
i hs for the great scene In tbe final act. 1' skirts u second 1>\\'lIllIhlllllll 'a tblid--. FERRTS
4 found that Newton was correct.As EXPERIENCETMXDC
when Cleopatra puts an end to ber i almost insuijernble-ls! hair, liii-liuilut I
I the earth keeps cooling It will be-
life. I l1alr"ln.'at b a gill plnjlng tennis Tailors !
1 come porous and great cavities will To rowlManaaa
3 r The actress raised the asp which or cricket and after n more tbtiii usually SEEDS .news and I I
be formed In the Interior, which will moae Iu.MOmvertemMa a
started hissing whereupon a spectator. > brilliant effort she I variably I puts' the bo.te.le.
take In tbe water. It I III estimatedthat plant
rose to bill feet and cried: "The asp Is her hands to her bend as If she expected ,Ferry. eeMe ere Mat Five Doors South from Fisher's
ht this process Is now In progress Ueaws hq nwaraWln7lelAor Corner'
quite right. We all share his opinion.1"% something to full off If she did gtmllty. The bat Ynrdenen .
so far that tbe water diminishes at tbe .
J Roars of laughter greeted this Joke, not. Energetic play 1 In usually attendd lend farmers avrr7 wher.hlak"t MAHK
rate of tbe thickness. of ofpop..r
and as It was foreseen I that a similar a sheet by dlshereluieut of tbe unruly locks emnferd, f teDetyo b DMIONS Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns
each '
piWn.a Far ode COPYRIGHTS Ail
year. cot
t, a scene would take place night the and a shedding of hairpins that ouumt! night
every / everywhere Aar0Osaendln. s.It.loh end deuwiptIon m., new,
At this In
rate the
run 6,000,000 I ,,
piece withdrawn from the ,' years the .pretty athlete dlstiess. Her q"ICkl .c.tt,11I oar oplllioll tree wb.tbe, .d
was pleasure 41aw1Fre.oa Suits
repel'tory. PrkIT'819fOSeeO
|I' water will have sunk a mile, nnd In lu tbe game 1 In mailed by n sense requ..1 iIWentlnn nnumrlnly\: .I a probably euuedentle: ).' NANDBIOR' ':Patents.. fit you, too just Suits superbly lined all throujrhrIKQti /!
'43,000.000: the water will have Bent fr. f>Meat auency for .ecurloir patent. and
CD., through
0 Y.mist 0 ,
of Insecurity and constant fear of Patanie' taken iBrourfb .
u Munn
,hFtaw .) Artathiou. j| peared, from tbe face of the dISOP'l consequences. No woman can wield n Mon eta.I IptelalnoUtt, without I :obame,' la thiCe' rent Suits well made at prices rl jrbt-- Suits that are a bargain true-

F I In a small village lu Switzerland: It 1 The nitrogen and oxygen in racket or-js y a run) with an un- Scientific Hmcricnn. Waiting here. When you appear.

q4a 1 a comfortable old Inn much frequentedby 1l10sJ>here are also diminishing Half her brain Is ""x I AtmndiomttlrtllrjBtnatad .. _
SWgl w eklculatlon r..t
d English and the menu generally includes ]. time. It la In nn Inappreciable\ degree\ y the fearful surmise\ that her" ............... w". four ot any.cl.ntilio, Journal brail T.rini.S3 etr? CONSULTATION FREET
olrJ II. euld
but tbe time will when the ne
oue dish supposed to be specially come HJalr la coming down-a surmise by tbe & w"Y
will be so thin that no creature w1(1'know 2G 1 mUNN Co: 'rk II I
British the Is
Though orthography wblcb la probably too painfully KLICKER
S peculiar tbe meaning Is generally obvious !- could breathe It and live. The I Justified. by the fact-London Black l4 I IACa\ arpab cmae as: I' 8&.0 WublmjJ'Odo A C; DeLand, Floirda

-as, for 'Tost bit roll."" time will come when the world cannot -- --------
example and White __ _ ___ n_ _
"runietiteck." but "arlstblous de support life. That will be tbe period
mouton ; 'lARGE (nsure with us.
of old and then will death.- 12S '.
a I'Anglala" The age come I -- ---- ----- = -'fir
was puzzling.
The Check System --- --- ---
t.. first word has a distinctly classical av- Richard A. Proctor. John Palmer who died some years (Now is the time. .

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'? I _______ ... __ __ .. .... ._.._ .- Spot cash for losses.

> * N4 4 4 + 4 *++ 4+-*++++ *++-i++*+-* :GItn( U should be protected.R aI .THE. .

r;. 'fOR SOLffl, OAK you Insured ? FLORIDA WAGON WORKS

'1" ''f. ) F WEST NEW AVENUEHICKOX'S 'icd:. tpUcn.. l.eh, back double amen scat t
; .:.er thaI >cu would pay $2 25 /for a' any Every company reliable. r
: ties Thu li only one Imndtdi' we SCOTT HODOKIN Propr.
.e. We have Chain to lull every ene. all nicei Wben does your policy expire ?

1Iiii r 1 one-third, leu, than you cm bur them itill. ........
I Han't pay two fro/IH/ when Js
you can your policy In force ?
i; I direct.'Ifomutand ave the midH'e-imn'' .profit. -
l Lon't Pay Two Profits Telephone number sixteen. ALL KINDS OF ; _ _

RICH'S ADDITION TO DELAND UuOnied Catalogue' Fret HON INSURANCE AGENCY Blacksmithing Horseshoeing

"'nida Chair Fadory (U will find us at Wagon-Making, Repairing

; : -:.:::. ::! r: :,da Stetson and DONE ON SHORT NOTICE ;


A. Full Line of Wagons Buggies Vehicles

B09d Cumber ,
t ) Company]

The best variety in I location, price and attractiveness in the city. Always on Hand, at Reasonable Prices.
Win.quote you prices: and supply you, from their yards near the depot =?I '

Get away. from... .the heat, dust and smoke. ,AI:t at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine .
r Forty feet higher than at the Volusia County Bank. fcumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings, -------- ------

W Prices ranging .all the-way from $3oo to $1,500. ;z: Shinges, Laths, Etc. yU ..

f i. e Five lots on New York avenue, $600 to $1,500; opposite Stetson's handsome : Al ''.,umber, Building[ and Fire Brick Cement, etc., promptly delivered 9t"b r.ick ,

: anywhere In the city: .
,. rA ', ; park, south front; some of them beautifully terraced; no grading or filling. : : .

Five lots on Stone avdnue;east front $300. All "Elastlo" Bookcase
[ 1; level, no grading. ; ; 1. end 0 0p

,j Two lots on Rich avenue, north front. Each has. thirty-six large,orange '- Desk. combined. 'n

q'" ..:,r..a arid grapefruit trees on it. Fruit included. $500. .rl:. : JOHN' B. WELCH.t 1< l.Perml"ornpnse+ !cosec m much u wanted.or as IIUIe I w- It

Unit with '
'..i ;,$ ; .''''''''''''''', '' ., bw or many Book UniU p
., 1 ORANGE CITY. FLA. dented Room u '

I,: : ,, :\ d51-No 'Trouble to Show Goods. Credit: if You Want It. : : ." --- i6 tent tw writ"altractiva foreMab7luo ta CODven-and see 4a'

.." JI-y{! '. b. ,FAA AND GROCERIES J. F. ALLEN &
y .
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...... ;' I ''f-:; ; '.-DRY QOOOS. SHOES HATS. ETC., BTC.-
"-a4I, .t ''It .......................4J-......... DELAND, .piA
uti '
u : Best. find 'IFreiheBh Canned Goods constantly on" hand and'all first i
- I >i l r "H I C.K Q' XII 'class Groceries. for your table. a'

w : Couritry Produce Bought.. A.First-clasa l Meat Market In Connection _
. I Orders reeelT careful attention and delivery: prompt. You will And -

.,.. .. h it ti+K1i++itiNhmlNtttfNt- .. ..to"" . ,,. : :- "V" as low as UM lowest. Give' me a call my prtceo. Right Now-Subscribe (or The Record!! r!



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18"78 1909 ..LOCAL.SYN PSI ,. ...".. ,. ",. ,. ,, f#""" .' ... .... \,
If F O U NFT"AU1a .
I S 'leptrtmen t THE UftTOBTAlfT o "". ,-"-.. .. :I' : \ :'; "
\\ HEWS ITEMS Of 'i.i
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j EVERYTHING t04; THE PAST WEEK. ...\\o ,t... ': :
,'. .', f 11 '5clliaf Marx.
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TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE tout and 8oel.tr Items for ,". .........'. l.J );j ,
e.c *ape.--Biief Mention of ..*..,. .. .' .. .,...... : "'t. !' ,\. .). .
I SMn) l>,oar Reporter. ."

After today write ((1ki )! j:; ,f IC" / 4CLOTHING[i 1.1'1L !;:\ -.,

For reliable Fire Insurance Gould. ....,.1- .
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RUGS Mr. B. B. Mlnsbew was, a oieraon ''''I i; _
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'i I ro..N'f8 .f T T ER .
visitor to DitLand yesterday.For I 1Jj... 'v'l\ ni;: ",r,,'f(Mj'{

fertilizer Wilson see J. L.& Nnckols.Toomer's agent celebrated tf u You canel a \Suit or OvercoaV'sf:! h,\: : {:::;:

Mrs. Conway and daughter Mies f

f t THIS season we are showing the Grace Land. are spending tbe winter at De- E-4 A t 'C.OST ",;;:

finest assortment of Don't you sea many strange fates. on I ml:" liP
the streets, tonrlsts at DeLand
for the
RUGS ever brought to this sectionof inter. We stilfrwdnJ money.f! you, ',".

the country:, Seville School. has Commissioner been attending Woolwine the session of of d10EN1i1iEtllPilal imll fN7 ,,t want. the suit >.drop in and see .,

[TWO-TONE, ORIENTAL AND FLORAl DESIGNS the The f. E.DeLand A. public school will reopen Q t 1 qA us. 11II J>\r.;.,. -_-_._.. ,. 1'*<1,.'

Monday; next and tbe universityon 1
1'If. \
Wednesday.The "> ..
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county commissioners and school Edwin Clapp 'I.)
Electra tJ) '
Burma, Kolax, Standard board hold their first 1910 meetings next ,
Monday and Tuesday. WalkOverQueen Z:

Smyrna, Brussels, Axminsterand A coupon is attached to an ad of the O
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Seamless Wilton Florida Life Insurance: (Jo. In this issue Quality cnC s /7 47
which might bo worth investigating.Miss /) ,

Mabel Wilson returns tbe first Carlisle :

of tbe week to Greenville S. C., to re-
Portieres, Comforts, Blankets, nine there.her musical studies at the college

Piof. Osborne brought down withhim

Lounge and Table Covers etc. a handsome steam Stanley an to. ea '

the make which won in the great Or-

mood beach races. ..... ) nw

/" Mlee Katharine Crawford teacher of
voice and piano. Winter term
G. A. DREKA & CO. DEIAND January Oth. Studio 21 Wisconsin
FLORIDA Ave residence the Foard House. 8t

Mr. H. S. Winters and son of Jacksonville tll t

.od...... "_.,_ -,. and Mrs. Regar of Tampa are FOUNTA'INb't

spending tbe holidays with their ( '

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen.

II'IJ Mr and Mrs E. M. Carpenter were

For Vulcanized In town from Orange City Tuesday. --
Asphalt Roofing Y.
Mrs. sends in '
Carpenter the interesting Cabinet photos, the'latest styles and Mr. Geo. Fox of Sanford is In the cityon
items to the Record from that place
finish, at Reeves Studio. / business. II
For CaUimo/
Sanitary Wall Finish I every week.
Krnse'n Bicycle Rapiir, Shop. 110 N. Miss Sadie Poland/757 Macon Ga.,
For Stoves and RangesFor Mrs. J. C. S. Erica and daughter Boulevard. Phone No. 230. 1.8" was united in marriage to Mr. E Jones !
Pattie of Flemlngsbnrg, Ky., are spending 1910
Standard Plumbing Goods I the holidays with her brother Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Wail .were In Miss Laura Bennett of JacksoLVille lethe ,

For Paints and Varnishes J. S. C. Carpenter, and family on town from Lake Helen Tneeday.Mesas. gneet of her slater Mrs S. W. Johnton. I .,.:." ,

Michigan avenue. Taylor and Hood( were in I, 1.," _
In best
grades. obtainable J Rev. H. H. P. Roche, rector of St. town from Orange City Tuesday. The family of Conductor H. M, Peaks Will throve to be a record breaker

Barnabas church, expects to officiate at Photos on post cards can be bad at are spending tba -II101l'JaYII at Jackson :rt 3 In the. development of DiLnnd. If .\

ill R. D. MCDONALD next Sunday's services as follows: Sunday reasonable rates at Reeves Studio. ville. t I lg von wish to profit by the situation .

.. _. school 9.80 a. m.; choral service Wilson & Toomer's Ideal Fertilizers Sea T E. Arnold for all kinds of Oai- ,! : make your Investments early
with sermon 10:80 a. m. for big crops See J. I*Nnokols, agt. tf den Fel tillzere. Kept In stock at his tj
::9: warehouse. I Two Storv. 7-Roonr House all
Tbe wife and little daughter of Mr. Mr. J. P. Mace returned the first of I| conveniences; large nor CO CEft
Ira .U Smith steward of tbe College week from a business trip to Jackson I,| Mrs. Oscar Davis has as her guest ftr I j I I ner lot, on the Boalevard$ ,UJU yi

ffAYWARD) INSURANCE AGENCY Arms, and a sister of Mr. Smith arrived ville. the holidays her mother Mrs. Harris I
from New York Saturday to re Some 250 of the teachers and educators of Eastman Ga. I
-- -- --- ---- main through the winter. : of the state are guests of the Dr. and Mrs. O. M Wallace of Or Large 12 Room House Lot 63x18, on a corner two blocks from
Representing leading American i Dreka's. Two bathrooms electric lights excellent rooming 01 boardinghouse
mood Xmas here with their
A delightful event of the meeting of College Arm
Fire Insurance Companies, proposition new and in the best possible condition. Kflfl
among which is the the F. E. A. here this week was the reception Mr Jeremiah Brit tain wife and daughter Mrs. Q T. Haynes Prlcce for quick sale .. ....... .. . ... .... .. . . ..$3,
given the delegates Wednesday laughter are recent arrivals from Penn Miss Corine Tucker of Jacksonville ............
afternoon Mrs Lincoln at DeLand.Mr. has been tbe during the Educational
by Holley ylVanla foi uwinter's stay at guest
AETNA OF HARTFORDWith I Large 9 Room House with couvenlenlences, Lot 80x160:: ffJI Cnfl
the home on Minnesota Ave. C. C. Fanning, taking a course I Convention, of Mrs. D. .H. on paved streetf, in University section Price. .. .. . . .< ,
Mr. John Rushing born and reared at the Atlanta medical college is spend-
us I since a87a.DWELLINGS with DeLand friends. Mrs. Link/ nee Mary Owen and two
up at Seville now a prosperous farmer ng the holidays
and CONTENTS'8 SPECIALTY at Statesboro. Ga. bas been spending The fine home of Mr. Robert M. Bond; little eirls are here from Tampa spending Gould ootten CO Real Estau and Insuranc

... ........................nn.... ..............................._..__.. the holidays here with bis sister Mrs. on west New York Ave., one of tbe the holidays with the aunt Mrs. J. L2he .
Compare our comprehensiveand N. S. Llndnrom and with friends at handsomest homes in the state, is near- L. Nnukols. _

liberal farms with other Seville. com letioD. Mrs E. P. Welborne returned yearn r- ,
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About forty Orlando people passed Dean and Mrs A J. Farrah and day from Mulbnry where she was

E. H HAYWARD NO. 37 S. BOULEVARDjTCirVrVirCAiOiAirVinurCirVjrVjrannra through DeLand Tuesday in gaily decorated daughter Miss Elvira are here trom called by the serious. illness of her ulster I DEATHSTOPS .----. -'-

;,, ;, ,.......,... autos, en route to Jacksonville Gainesville spending the holidays with Mrs. E. Sheffield:
o !!o
simply on the trip for pleasure. They teLand friends.Mr. Mr. and Mrs J. A. Allen entertained YOUR SALARYSalaried

a: reached the metropolis the following I, S. W. Hickox is offering come a number of friends Wednesday eve
morning. wing in honor of their ,guest Miss Faulkner men should insure, for their salaries. cease at deatb. Business
-- -- valuable building lots on west New'ork
professional and workingmen should Insure, for their brains or their muscles
XXXXXJ. Tbe coldest spell of the winter visited avenue. Read his announcement of Detroit, Mich. are their capital MS well as their Income. Death stops them both Take ont
us last Sunday night The mercury elsewhere In the Record. For the strenuous efforts. the fire boys a policy in the EQUITABLE LIFE ana death cannot stop that income or
X dropped down in the 20', but didn't remain made In saving the Drrka warehouse steal, your capital
J. F. ALLEN FURNITURE CO. there long enough to damage tbeoranges. I The county commissioners have convicts decided the night the depot wad burned Mr. Have yon seen the NEW YORK STATE STANDARD POLICY written by ,
I not to Tease tbe county
In exposed places some were Dreka presented the department with a TH.i
loot, but will keep them at work on the 3
Phone 62 DeLand, Fla. slightly touched.Mrs. Check for $30.
public roads. A good move on the part
Julia Walker and child of Atlanta of the board. Mr. and Mra. F E. Nettle; warp .at 1 I -JEquf table :%itc :assurance Society
and Mr. and Mr.. D. A. Morrison The Oakes for the winter IMX.
Prof. C. E. Ortb. mother and sister of
We are carrying an extremely pretty of Jacksonville arrived the latter part the weekat riving from Pennsylvania. They Tii -
of the week to spend the holidays with Orinond have been spending passed the laft twenty-odd years. at De- -h.. B. P. Welborne DeLand ,
line of Furniture for your home this sea- DeLand attending tbe sessions of
Land and Lake Helen. AptcUl Afrat Florida
the family of Mr. W. C. Watts and Mr.
the F, E. A. They were guests of the
son, and we want to show you these and Mrs. S. A. Wood. McLeod House. Mr Brill wishes, through tbe Record

Dr. H. D. Bracey who has had his to extend grateful thanks t., bill friends
goods. See our great variety of CAR- Mr and Mrs. G. E Terry of Waterbury FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
dental office in the Kllcker building for and all customers for giving him the
Conn, who have spent some eight
PETS RUGS ART SQUARES, SECTIONAL several years, will be found hereafter in best Holiday trade he bas vet had while "
X or ten seasons at the College Arms Jacksonville Florida
the Judge Stewart building west of tbe in business at DeLand.
BOOKCASES DESKS etc. X have been at St. Petersburg since late
former Volnsia County Bank building, ac DeLand Tbe Woman's Auxiliary: of St. Barna
fall. They are expected
the office he formerly occupied soon. I bas church will meet at the church next Has $200,000 Capital Stock. Bas 85 per cent. of the

Mr Andrew Mowbray who bought of this city o Monday afternoon at 3.10;: o'clok. All banks of Florida directly interested in its promotionand
Leading Furniture House of Volusia County Mr. J. S. C. Carpenter ,
Beresford last spring I visiting ladies and strangers are cordially
two groves near who travels Florida In the interest of stability. Keeps all of its capital and income invested

XXXXXX, tryi XXXXXXXXXXXX ) XXXX ships a nice crop of fruit from them this tbe Florida Life Insurance Co. of Jacksonville Invited to attend" in this state. It sells the best Income Policyin
season. He keeps these groves in the of Tampa on Christmas the cert-
Florida, won the capitol prizeone day Dixie the insured income of from
-giving a monthly
and the of 1910 ;
of condition
.u beet crop hundred dollars in gold-fur i>iodnclng moony taking place nt the home of Mr.
will pay him almost the purchase the largest volume of business and Mra. :S:: B. Wilson, Rev. U. S. $10 to $200 per month after the policy matures-in 10,

money back. for' the company In three months pre. Tabor bfliulatinic. The happy couple 15 or 20 years, or at pryor death to the beneficiary. 1;

Mr. and Mr. E. L. McBride and BOO Deo. 83th. left the same day for Tampa.At .
carding This policy forestalls poverty in old age and provides a
DeLand Electric Light Power & Ice Company Asa arrived from New York Wednesday Mr. and Mrs John Reinhardt are at tbe drawing for prizes on'Chi 1st- pension alike to the living and to the beneficiary
with the Mr. and
and are parents for tbe arriving Wad eve at Reeve Howard &Co e. store
Mrs. A. D. McBride at the home west the College from Owenaboro Arms Ky.,season Christmasday. tbe following prize uuiuoera were should death mature it. Send this coupon today to

DELAND FLORIDAWe of town Mr. McBride returns north Mr. Reinbardt's friend Mr. J. A. drawn: No. 257 for vase.. This was held J. S. 0. Carpenter, DeLand, Fla., and he will do the
week his family remaining Miss, Stella Bauer No Ill for doll.
In a oreo Head will be down later, at wnlch time by ; rest. t ,
at DeLand until spring. Holder was Miss Aima Wbltcoiub. No.
office they
i the same
In Stock they will reopen
Carry Mr,. Thomas L. Anise and daughter bad last winter and at which they en- 235: will get the motor\ fan. This is still NAME. . .......... .. .... .. P. O, ..... .... a. ... ..-. AGE... .. ln3N
; MOTORS Ethel arrived this week from unclaimed.
ELECTRIC| Miss tertalned eo many of their friends.
Massachusetts. Mrs. Ames will remain Matbls who arrivedat Those who oppose the removal ut the ?r3GR
Mrs George W.
i and for the winter with Mr. Ames. Miss DeLand from tbe New Jersey home depot have up a counter petal.>n, and

HEATING DEVICES Ethel returns after the holidays to re- I the day preceding the night the depot Mr. Hlvglua the division superintendent
ya i same her studies at a college she Is attending who lost of tbe A. C. Line, is expected at De
......... __ wan burned was among those tis'Z/
. i -...... .on n. n.' In Massachusetts. I their trunks In said fire.: Mrs. Matbis Land from Sanford to hear both aides. a
Superintendent of Public Instruction A large majority of the people waut
On Display State has rooms at Mrs J. W. Smock's. She .r
W. M. Holloway and Mr. formerly owned a pleasant winter bomn the depot removed to the western edge"

P j FANS HOUSEHOLD Holloway arrived from Tallahassee on Indiana Ave., the Messimer bouse. of the town
It6 1 Monday and are guests of the College Mr. and Mrs Ceo. E. Muriel for.
IRONS WATERy Dr. Otis H. Robinson, professor of
l's.' Mr. Holloway attending the sessions '
_' '_ Arms physic In the University Rochester, merly residing at DeLand now residing
0 HEATERS, PER- of the Florida Educational AMDoiatlon accompanied by hU wife and daughter, at Jacksonville have been In attendance
In annual session here this week. Ie spending the winter at DeLand. at the session of the F.E. A. Mr. Muriel .

('\ COLATORS,. ETC. The Atlantic Coast. Line baa had Thear.. guests of the Webb Bouse. ls publishing a very fine Florida

V i regular! trains meeting the night trains The? professor and family came to De- magazine. Tbe Florida Review at Jacksonville

Our contract are made with the w"oo r 110 torers of devices that are. of the maiD line this week for the accommodation Land through tbe recommendation of a publication that is a creditto

: well as the most economically operated of the F. E. A. delegates Ion. Geo. A. Redman, who, with hit the state. Mr. and Mrs. Muriel \.
time and labor suing. e session. This while In the city, met many of their De-
i 1 attending the annnal tamlly, is expected next week.Thedirectors TO SUIT YOUR TASTE rfl;
Land friends.Your
went into effect Sunday .
I service of The First National
,f- : night : Everyone want good groceries-groceries that suit their 1 testa .,
and will terminate tomorrow "m attention I called to the ad -
night Bank_ take charge of the Bank's We carry a line of absolutely -. i aifSfcli1';"'rI 'I
'.E: alght.. iniMtnr, the M. Davis block, tomorrow elsewhere of Mrs. E P. Welborn one I '
0 0 I 1 Mr. J. n. Hlbbard came np from and will at once start operation pre- of tbe moat successful Insurance agents J:P Lr 1IJ rci-e.OOER..JmS":: : :: .....'

I(THE MARSH MARKET Lakeland the latter part of the week to laratory to opening the bank: for'' buslteas. In the country, representing one of the and w* take pride la giving everybody courteous treatment: .

*. had both Florida anaWestern. spend Chrl.tmae'with bis family, returning It will take'several creeks to put beet companies doing; buahl..... For the certainty of .tlll8otoloD. Get oar' price and compare. .them ..
We handle the best meats to be choicest i cute of to his duties Monday night. ID the fixtures and the making ot-the Ana six months of 1809 .Mn. Wei borne what Y"O are paying. *- fAt .

We can supply you with the Mr. Hlbbard U now beokkeeper and big vault for the safe and safety, boxes. wrote more insurance policies than any L It> i. 1V-'
line. Courteous attention and promptdelivery for the Carter" Co.; a large The interior of the corner store;whlch agent In the state and was awarded a H ;
anything In our next order.. manager I'ambetmill concern six mile* this .aid* the bank will occupy,,'wllf.be"slightly .free trip to the jabuee'Insurance convention l ,' WOODALL, ,;.: x' -
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p .ft.g. ..,;.EEE. :. :'- (\ Mri,. J. ,L',..Robiuaoo" of Dayton, 'Mrs.B. Human Folly- *, ,..I :: :J3ITlOF! SLANQ Neweomb's. Definition'of "Msest; ,". Notice to Non-Resident. professional-,-- Carte.J ,

being nluue of Mr*. Prevail. : I I '" ,",,- : ...r""IUIr.lwl.'OlItll" wall an K0***,> Q' .
) To the Editor ot1-'be Record: In Circuit seventh JudlolllOrul t-

I I'LL OVER TH COUNTY Mr.John Rushing of Statbdro,ea., Who would not like tonee.DeLand a.,jDrlgln of "Making a' Nolss Llk*" This aSh Ul* success companion waa!Iud due a faithful largely friend to hi*: of In Cba for Voll.l. ( E. 'ALEXANDER, .1

/ 1P is down visiting big sister Mesdame A. city of a hundred thousand ;4r, That., Cbanor. \.,. '
At) S.3 ?3 prosperous luuaclty of purptMM: 'I'writer's. .' only Victoria Thoma. ) 'K.
-. M. Flower and T. J. Newmans, Mri. people. 'and the state of Florida In*. Captain Benny Q, I.yoo. S. A. personal centeetwith' httn cam I rTbomasjTo l NoUoI blob to' .Reddest. A ORNEY-AT-LAW.-

ici Flowers, also" tad as' her, gneats her happy borne of at.'least a million i was the Innocent pause of tBe-slang through the standard Dictionary; J Arthur :,'

i Orange. City."A cousins, tMUa Lara Megan. Jim and Undoubtedly .'there are many that. expression about "making a noise like" whose dettaUiou* lit' physical science Artbir L.Tbomasi' Olce.D.'d-

\osb'olrayd; ( Mrs. Alice Oolnman; would not) there are always man:>\ opposed ; this or that. At Peeksklll In 1UOO he Newcomb had general oversight. 00'' tbe bill You of are onmplsint hereby required tiled herein to appear against to DeLd, .uldl1l. ..

g nappy; Jew Year and a tunny trok.Wi. all of Btatsaboro:' and Mr. and Mr. N. to growth and progress. The gave Instruction to officers of the New one occasion lie came Into the ofttc you in the abe antltladoause on nr before win State and Pedenl .' #, ,

I' Along an upward way 3. Ljndtitroip and family of 'DaLand, spirit 'of opposition 'to Immigration Yoi-k.natlonnl! guard doing duty In that greatly' dissatisfied with tbe definition '' the' 3 day. .nu.r", A. D.l010. 'Court .

And" a heart fall of praise npon looking were with?them Xraaa day and the which has Its exponents everywhere/'I tour of camp. Tho first day be formed that w*" had framed for. the wont'"wapet's Voluala a* the County Record in which la Hereby this designated I L. MoCROKY,;. i.-'-

back., hospitable home of Maud Mrs. Flow.en has a momentary doiniuanoe in many tho officers into a clack in the big mess conception almost imporibl *- der shall be newlpapr ODo a week lor four ,

Whsn the year ha passed. sway looked M if'we" had a hotel oftouristaV part of this oonntry. Yet It Is always hull, which was open at the sides, 10'tbat to dcOn in any loftcsl way. W*) onnaeoutlve Wltaea weeks.' band-and office this -
enumerated the propertiesof
bad my
Inside Imply leal. .
And golden sheaves not l less, not. few, ; alac Mr. Flowers' nephew rounded on selUshneas prejudice, and all that went ou wee seen Ute thing a coarse which In the absence -. lltb day of .November, Ai, l ATOEY.AT-L,

TbI la my New :Year' wish *o.you' Mr. Herman Andrews of Mt. Olive, N.! Ignorance of facts. .: and back heard and.by forth.tbe enlisted la teaching men passing the of authoritative knowledge' of [ "). SAM'LD. .JOB.DAN.Clerk.' DeLaad, Florida.
Mr. Chat, Cartls of Elufftou. I. *In the C., wall a guest Xmas dilY. Mr. and i Take one illustration. Florida ofllcers bow to give the command Captain their causes. ) 'was the only rational pro By K r. HAMLIK.IXtpnty -.

Ott!. Mrs}Flowers will entertain the young : thousands thousands of unimproved Lyon Impressed upon tbe classthn cedure. But New omb'a mind demanded U M. BsMMcrr .' Clerk JAMES W.. PERKINS. :

Bridge whist 1* tba latnat What folk) Wednesday night of tbls week In acres now producing almost nothing uvcesslty of clear enunciation and a. logical treatment, and tbongb be Solicitor for ,Complainant.Notice. -'." -
& departure which could be tamed Into rich agricultural must have. seen from tbe outset that ,
.i honor of their !guests before their of making commands like an officer, ATTORNEY and COVNSELORATM. .

MXttBubsurlba for Georgia Friday morning. Janrts by oolentiflo drainage and saying "arms" not ..umpe..etl'. this was a forlorn hope bill tenacity of !. .

for the Record; uendtt --- Irrigation. Look at Sanford and Hastings L The private, capacity for turning purpose kept him, pencil In band, writing In Circuit Court,8eveDII Judicial Circuit, .t." .'' '

north to ;your friends. J!.,.,; : : Barberville ; what has been done in those two : things to I their,own amusement was and erasing alternately for an bour In DD'rOr\ y..1 Con is Iv, DeLeted _', ,- Florda .

Tbe DeLand merchants are 'eendlng places In a very few years.It shown, a few minute's after that first or more. Finally be confessed that Florida- Chancery.. .' r Wi.Practice In State a (1 Federal .!'* .;
E. L. Smith
out some handsome calendars. for l Is demonstrated that the camphor : clas';: was dismissed, for officers going be could do no better than the following "-.- Courts

1910. very ** Mr. J. U. Tat a ui of DeLand! was in tree will thrive luxuriantly ou our high through their company streets beard pair of definitions: "Magnet, a body" V. comPlalDant// U.ryvD.. Landis is.t -

Barberville last week. pine land. The Japanese have almosta privates lu front of a group of men capable of exerting magnetic force. Frank'ln' \,1oh', ; .
\ Mr. M. C. Wbeldon bag* returned "Make noise like and niimnetic force tbe exerted rick, LANDS & FISH '
shouting out a an fore
Mr. Quincy O. Elklns was down from monopoly of tbe camphor production Augustus t'. Harris, and all ,
p from vIsit to his daughter Mre. officer! whereupon the entire "class"would by a tuaguet. With a Hearty laugh parties claiming interests-r ITTORNEYS and COUNSELORSl\
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of the
Crescent City Monday.Mr. world. They understand tbe
Charles Irby in Jacksonville ronr "Umpn! A reporter gent at his beautiful clrculus In deBnlenrto iler Franklin W. Ely, Kale C.Hcdrltk < AT-LAW W>

i :' John Tataut went to DeLand to business Would It not pay VolnsU an account to a New York paper, and be threw down bis pucU. Rod tbe Imperfect and Augustus F. -
A fine dinner served at the Or. .
was I IDefemlnnts.
visit relatives and friends last Thursday county to have our high pine lauds, from this grow expressions such as and odce definition Harris orotbeiwlne,- I DeLand, Florida ft/
of citizens .
Hotel and several
; anite City our' Mr. Howard Keagun of DeLand waa that ale denuded of timber, turned into "Make II noIse like a hoop and rollaway was accepted.-Nortb American Kevlew. To Franklin W. Ely, Kale C. Uedrlok.ard Will Practice In State and Federal W-

dined there Christmas d81. camphor forestall Then if so why not ," etc unknown heirs of AUIOMIUS K. Harris, *<&S.
visiting relatives at this place last week. and all parties '. underFranklin Special facilities for examining and SJHBE.jerfectipf ..'
? Dr. Cartls of ITalton New York wbo annourage tbe Japanese to comet What 1I0'ever. it ID seldom one bears the dl"lnlng
W. Ely, C. lledrl-. andAugustus land titles 'SBR
has winter home here rides in .a new Mr. Herbert McBride and Roy Morrl word "arms" or "march" the voice Old Time Quackery. .
l n is in the way? Senseless race and re F. Harris, or otherwise, and all '' ''iiflj TET'',.r
E' automobile. It came this week. son were home from Crescent City Sun llglous prejudice and the inanlta they finding it much easier to Blur the word I The eighteenth century was the gold. parties Dimming an Interest In tbe fnllowIng 1 laa B. Wright, S. B., WrIght, jr. -
till It may mean nnytblng. and as theproparatorj en harvest time of the quack against described lot, piece or parcel < Mre. Belle Jerntgan nee Scott, or day.Mr. have received In our western states I whom come of the fiercest shafts ofHogarth' aituate, Ijlnannil being In County or \YRKJHT &WEIGHT, ."'
omnmnd indicates what
., Orlando is spending tbe bolidays with T. P. McBride of Pleraou was in while the world acknowledges today ( I directed. Tbe Voliitlo., sra Btnte <,f Florid, and nmrepartluuliirl
satire were .
: in to be done the command following )' known, deacrlbeil anil iliatlnirulahed AtTORKEYS-AT .
her brother and sisters on French Ave. Barberville attending to business last that the Japnnnne are one of the Is merely a signal for the execution quack loved t surround himself with as follows, Iowll Lot "I" of NOFARIES' PUDLIOlEc

The cold of Sunday:' night Dec 26th Theaday. smartest aDd braWat people on earth. of what has already been specified. an atmosphere of mjstery which was tbe town ol, Blake as p i of record '
> at Office -
of Clerk of ihe Circuit Telegraph
tliuonliiu the I Court, .
Why not desirable -
Mla Mamie Mnull down from encourage immigration to Impose upon tbe credulity
was and Journal.
Army Navy
tbe mercury as generally reported at calcuate of said Volimla County. Florida, containing .
" different location bete stood< from 24. DeLand to spend Christmas and left lot I : from every country if the victims. Ula room was bedecked four and U-luO acres, are hereby required Dai AND FLRIDA.,
Seville Sunday. people want to come and settle and help with skulls aud ."Ileloo". A to af pen to the Bill ft Complaint
to 27 degrees above turo. build this LEGAL ADVICE.The brisk trade In wag carriedon died herein against you In lib above en. U, BENNETT
countryt"America to
Mr. Claude of Jacksonville up qual'ker. titled cauae, on or the thud d. of \
It 1 18 reported that sixty or more jugs Beaaley by In his bf.r
boast of being tbf land of freedom. tbe wom"l. J ) ( .
were reueived at tbe exureos company's has been visiting: bit brother and best refuge of the oppressed, where peopleof Lawytr'a Duty In Giving Counselto book. "The Good Uld Times. record The r\otuaP County Rocord Is hereby 'ATTORNEY-AT- '

office here Christmas week. Looks as girl for the past week. His Cliant.In the that In the year liSt "a Mr. newspaper in which this -
all climes and races could dwell to. the realm of advice a lawyer may fac awarded order d once a week for u.- -
I it the county were drj. eh! There was preaching service at the Stephens was fO twelve consecutive weeks.Wltnese .
in When will Office first floor of Bank
gether; harmony. people choose IJetWP4III'couo..ellDg. uls.rCllent : on [
by tbe English government 'or hand and seal of otnoe this BudI/
; M. E. church last Sunday morning at I my .
1 At tb* ,Pozler home a beautiful arrive at the idea' of the broader patriot. how to uphold the rights secured to : proper discovery made by her for the 8tb day of Cctul f r, A I U 1UOII.ISKiL '. DELAND
','I. Christmas tree bad been Mmmed for 11 o'clock held hy Her. W. A. Lowder. Will In State and Federal
ism SAM'L JORDAN, Pr"otcl
toward which all human )
life U discovery
: him by tbe justice of his cause'Orjiowto cure of the stone.: proper -
.hJI Caurts.
]Miss, Elizabeth.! This little'..to"y was Clerk c.ftbe Circuit Court
tending, tbe confederation! of the world. obtain benefits' from the applicationof I adds Mr. Wrlgbt. LANDJS t FISH,

the recipient of some very pretty Pierson.; the unity of the human race, which technicalities and the use of theweakness of a powder. I decoction and pills the Hoilcltom fiirC'otiiplnlnant.Notice GRANT BLYAttol'oey.atLaw

"si present' Jesus Christ taught and which has !* of the particular statute' last named being formed from calcined '
snails, with carrot seeds. hips and to Notary Public,
been sadly forgotten by his followers Non-ResIdent
Tbe children's Christmas tree at the Voluala Lodge of held an en- or precedents under consideration
masonry There was a time in tha sweet long haws, the compound being burnt to In tbe Circuit Court
be attain
whereby Inconsistent
i % Methodist church Thursday, night was jovable meeting and election Saturday I may advantages blackness and then mixed with soap Clrtmlt of Florida, in aim for Volusia S'pecla lat n tiomi (given Real Estate

a beauty as was the tree at the Congregational night. Thero was nn eventful time at ago. when each village was a nation, with fair play between man and honey." County. In lb.ocer,. Law and .
and the chief pastime of the people lay and man.
P cbnrch Christmas eve. The their temple in Bitrbervllle Christmas : Christian p. Lund 1 .
In hunting and eating each other. Waris Every time a lawyer encourages such v. j Notice ,
little folk enjoyed themselves highly. DIMht when Floyd P. Felt of Emporia. HU application of tbe law as, resulting A Ludicrous Experiment.. A. T. blmnis and wile, AbbIe V Non.t Office over Volusia County Bank.
of that. and
! The programs arranged %were good and a well known young man, was initiated just a survival time yet In Injustice casts disrepute upon the Holmes was one of the many eminent Blmms, and U. E. 're'wlR.lden.I DeLand FloridaI.
we think we :-II itvlltned, and can set solve luer, Ingle. }
who have attempted to
everyone seemed happy. into the workings of the second degree law or Its Administration he is plainly men
i .
up to enlighten tbs Japanoaa for instance riddle of the universe In his case To Q. E. Terwlilxer: A.Stewart Esfurd Bly Mary Stewart
order in Volnsia No. 77. promoting. discord either In the presentor tbe
I In marked contrast with the beautiful of the Lodge
and look down upon "inferior the was ludicrous. From tbe You are hereby required to api'ear J!tbe STEWART &BLYATORNEYSAT.LW
day before. Christmas, Christmas There was a goo.il crowd present The people What rott the future.Every rsul thought that came to him bl.l of complaint illeil herein against you InIbo
time a lawyer counsels controversy sbove-entllled cause on or before Ibe AND
I fureuoon was dark.'olondy and lalninn. following officers for the ensuing year But this wad not Intended, as a ser for tui extabllshment. alight while under the Influence of chloroform 7th duy of February, A. D. 19'0Tne PUBLIC
In tbe afternoon tbe clouds cleared were elected to be Installed next Saturday Volusla Record is 5
mon in dntenae ot the Japanese or any OH recognized; by existing law be thought he might arrive at County hereby 0 FI.OHIDA
away the sun shone and t hist.who bad night: Melven Benaley worahipful other but the some solutIon. Placing himself In bis denlguiiledHS the nenepaper in which tbls D"ANl
particular people to urge or for the promulgation of new law order ahull be published once a week ion State and Federal Abstracts
teen at home came out for walks, mlllterV.; K. Turner senior warden; spirit that would ell oara/e/ broad and beneficial to the majority of society be armchair, wltb pen. ink and paper at eight ronseoutlve 'eeks.WitnerS '.'; Examine and Titles ..Cou.t.. All bual-

.--- drives and visited friends Several were Capt. J. J. Beera junior w..rdoD; Capt : liberal immigration laws, tbat would In exorcisIng his true function and ; hand. b. inhaled the &aethet. As my band and aenl uf ollluv Ibis 1.i line arivtm prompt attention.UOLUSIA .
1st lav of December. A. D. lKlt.sKiL !) .
'- over from De-Land in autos rmi carriages W. H. Hill, senior deacon; J. "W. Mlnshew not turn away from our shores the the charge which be lays upon bin individual drowsiness stole over .atre [[ ] \M'L' I>. JOIUAS. COUNTY ABSTRACT,

'f out for a pleasant drive. junior deacon; B. F. Ward. sec. mnltltndes who wish to come. and client nud through him upon of things seemed revealed By a vigorous Clerk CIrcuit Court Volusla County: Flu.liy v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE .
wblch. if acted upon, would soon make effort seized his pen and COMPANY.
:ti Is Orange City getting to be a Monte retary; 8 E. Lemon, treasurer; Riley Florida one of the richest and mostprosperous Industry and progress In the mass, if wrote- be knew b not what for before LUDrt A FISH, R. P. H.mll. U. 9. -
reasonable In Is veil earned ,
Guess, tyler. Su mote it be. Now states in the world.F loiters for
Carlo? With bridge whist placed In and should be be bad finished be fell back unconscious. Complainant. Titles Insured. .

? town and card parties at the hall ailmlaslon brotberen in the south and west look A. STOKER.' cheerfully paid. When he wnvered, bo turned Abstracts furnished and titles [Affect

10 cents to play for a l>flu well to, the east right and I left oblique __ L other Whelm kind however of advice a lawyer the expense gives perhaps the with trembling anxiety to the sheet of Notice to Non.Resident ed.tilted Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Bup- .

!given the beat player and In a tow' and while the gout riding act marches Women Indispensable. cheerfully borne by the client paper on which written In scrawling In .the Chcult Com Volusln Com,ty Bank.

county where !gambling la thought by around Jericho's. shining light.A "I'm the president of tbe Progressive wbo profits personally therefrom must ;' characters. tint
The little ---- Woman's said tbe female be finally laid society as whole 'I.. awful .revolution, "A strong smell
many to be prohibited good league, spare upon a E. L. Smith
boy upon the street grins and sings& CALIFORNIA FREEZE. with stein features ua "abe, grab which li thereby paying for Its ownlujlll'Y of turiwntlne ,peirndes. the wboler'-! v. j t DR U. A. DAVIS. -
Ii' London News Franklin W. Ely, Kate C. Hed-I.{ -
bed the London bus conductor by the and naturally resents the .
"OraD City is! deaf. .
: II" rick and Usuknc.wu belrs uf 1 at AND SURGEON '
Its people are dumb Young Citrus Fruit Trees Damagedand elect und mudu him i'ogLster over cburc Donald H. Rlchbera In Atlantic. Augustus F,Harris, IBYSIC1N .
again one of the fares be bad just An Accommodating Boy.A DELANO, FLORIDA.
To Franklin W. and Kate C. Bedrloki
And to keep myself Some Fruit /nured.IOH ,, In Ely
company collected. Slrk111111 w ho live an You are hereby required to appear to the Office at residence Indiana. avenue,

I must beat tbe drum." Angeles, Cal. Deo. 21: -A thorough "1 tan't help that uiu'arn" replied Sitting on the Snakes. upurlini-nl, IIIMJ-M.: ibunged her Icemannot bill complaint tiled herein against yOU in Conrt House.

A former resident was heard to remark investigation in the southern California tbe conductor In a rather short tone. "While In Paris last. Hummer another long u_u. und the next day tbe the ,above-entitled cause on or before tbe Office Hours: 9 to 12. i to 4. and 7 to 8. ,.

two weeks ago that he bad owned orange/ belt shows that citrus "Nobody asked yon to" she went ou. girl and I went out to Versailles one youth who drove the. team for tbe new 7th The day of Februar A.Record D. 1010.la hereby designated W. TAYLOR

pinpnrty in Orange City fur over a fruit trees were considerably damaged "I'm gathering statistics and I spent afternoon" said a HLhuoltcacber. "It man pin tin |1.1.! MI of Ice on tbe dumb a time newspaper in which Ibis Ott) S

twopence' just to get on this !bus to Interview vas dusk when we reached tho rail waiter In the bnsement to b hoisted order\ shall be published once a week for
quarter of a century and bad never paid by the recent cold weather. To some She pulled elitnt consecutive weeksSVltnes HURGEO .DENTIST. '
you. The statement has been way station mill, at there was no up. unuy.IlpiiveiiB. ,
cent for city taxes Was Ills also my hand and seal of office this .
t a property extent the fruit ou the tiees was ;. she exclaimed "tbnt .
; made lu some newspapers in an at waiting room we sIt down on two 1st day of December, A. U IDOU.SKALl Office in Fisher'e New Brick Block .iI
i. never assessed( I id pertinent question damaged and some estimates Indicate tempt to prove that our BOX Is incapable crate that "cre nut on the platform new h.PIII, certainly give good [ SAM'L D. JORDAN.

to ask, or has Orange City no charter. that 10 per cent of the crop In on the : of handling tbe reins of govern'ment '. among a lot of otlit. .... Wo noticed weight!r' Clerk Circuit) Court Volusia county, FlaBy {Second Floorj

) If not what have we been paying taxes j ground. I that one woman gives more that tbe station employees kept staring After muiti effort sho got the dumbwaiter LANDI AFisu, K. P. HamllD, I). C. DeLand . Florida ,r I

S. for Tbe town of Orange City pays D... The new growth on the trees was trouble In a public conveyance than a at tam with u |l'el'HI..tencot' that was up to Ibe kl..hen level. To heratIsmzeusent. Bolloltors for Complainant. .-

Land attorneys fifty dollar a >'ellr to badly Injured particularly on the : dozen men." annoying. I'liacntly a man lu a shabby I here was 1 small boy sitting QR. A. S. VIUNSON.

advise Its aldermen upon l legal affairs. younger trees In the districts near the : "Well ma'um" uniform with a bucket on his arm upon, the "'P. With what little Notice to'' ''Non-Resident
I'd better It more ,,,.. Me touched his breath oln Imrt left she demanded: ,
"Perhaps put approached
Would In tbe Circuit
not be well to look into the coast the damage was not so severe. snake HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
world did
I plainly," she said interrupting him defervntlally nnd said In l-'rench. of \\tiul In I 111 you me cial Circuit of Florida, In ) for. Volu .
.r cadet Why was tbls former citizen'sproperty la the Redlacds\ and Riverside (\districts' pull you up here for?" cia In lOt -
"Let me ask you as a conductor, would course: County. Chancery.
4l. never sold for taxes nt.. others' fie freeze wall the worst in years. .. "Whj." replied the "I James A. Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug
} you Hud your work easier It DO women 'MemiuniuH) ptij do not let mo disturb ,0UUllel' Mltohel ) Store. '
4. property baa been is what our tax There is plenty of rain now, which thdtiKlit, ,imaybe tIme c'ukl' > Notice to '"
t lit nil rode In the omnibuses you but I am forced, to open tbe to hattie Mituhe.l.v. ;. ) Non-Bealdent. OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to
s p..yen9001d like our (Hatnte) city; is a favorable condition and the future "It might be a little easier, ma'am" boxes ou which jou are seated in order henry for you to lift" so I mine up to To llattio Mitchell : and 7 to 8 p. m. I

council to look into and report. jl I prospects .are reasonably reassuring.Conetdena'hs he replied, "but I don't see bow In the to teed tin bun "ollatl'lclor and other help you .,, \Mil It.n -__I.Iiipln'ott'e.|, You are hereby required to appear to tbe DeLand Florida.

of (be fruit that is on the world we would ever get along with- serpents' that ore within.' bill of coiiiplnlnt tiled herein aitalnnt you la

l ground I Is a total loss but some Proyie;!" omit *hei9z1wL'.4'_ 1\\ "When we I.wuered from our fright stir the Expl.in.d."Yol (defendiint'. pulled tbeplaintiff's tho abo"ellt8..ao., ., .. on the 3d day of M'5 VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. .

, Seville. are ,nlttmptlni! to save. .a portion ,e. "J '. ; she cried joyfully. "Letpj0.rite wi found we hail been seated lu the Inilr. Now how c-uulil the The voliialn County Record Is hereby
1 CI, down every word you've midst of u IIIIHB collection of snakes designated as tbe newspaper In which this I
lrolt. .. \ .f'I\-' II' (. nald Once more, I gee we will be that had Just :unhid from their native d..tenlllll. who Is nn iiniiKimlly' short order Ibl1 b published once a week for PHYSICIAN SURGEON

4 k Mr. E. M. Kobiuduu took Christmas - able to silence our enemies. Now my Jungles en route f >r tbe zoo near Versa mull 1..1 the plDlltlr'a hair" the four ((4) "Dsolive weeks.
THOUSANDS OF FERTILE ACRES fully ." lull my and Heal of office tbls Office East New York AveDne'DELD.
.. t. will bill best in Orauge City. good uiaii tell me why female passengers I Illes. ."Exchange.:: I'IDIDtl1 ,111 honor the l 1st day of December. A D luuu. on
:t- are Indllll>ellsa"Ie." \hy. you your [HULj] SAMUEL D. JORDAN -
Mr. U. M. Prvvatt paid tbe uuetropriis\ butting him nt the tIme.
plaintiff was Clerk Circuit Court
returned the .
: a business visit hrst of this week. Awaiting Cultivation in Florida.- "Because nm'ani conductor. Latter P.rf.ct and Looked the Part. .C'levplnnd I'lnlti Denier. By K. P. Haralln, I). O
wasn't for tbe
"If It women
Af JAiai Maggie Jeffords, of Fargo, U *., Fortunes To Be Made. we could never get rid of all the bad .'.n anmteui, theatrical company was U. H.Solicitor BKNMKTT for Complainant., : ,
recently arranging for the performance DR JOHN REEVE
1.1 is visiting her sister Mrs J. M Mont take." Evidently I Connoiiaaur.
"In farming there i in no danger cf money we happen
of a play which contained a rich va- "Bllsglnn IB. n conl"I""pll' In cigars""Hi
gomery. overcrowding that field and there Is ilcty ut ihnrtuters. says London must he. Othi>rnlsi' he might Notice of Final Discharge

: Mrs. T. J. Shave and little daughter ample room to display the highest order Ths Fire Worshipers. Sketch Owing to thin fact little prog- make an occasional ,mistake and give Notice Is hereby given that six months DELAND FLA.V. .

of Feruandina spent last week herewith or ability. More than any other profession ,Azerbaijan a province In northwestern roes wall made with tbe cast a few one."-Washington' Stllr.It' from ilme. tnalt, on the Lit day of June A. ,
Persia. Is tbe home of tbe descendants IInol l 1010 I will present. ,, ttnal' Recount 10
her fathei. Mr. L. E. is. certain member of the cnmpanv making a I.
Causey.Mr. the
1 hncceos outcome of the Ghebera, tbe ancient fire len. J. Leo Me"l'ur< )', count) judge of Vo.
ad set at principal position*, while county. his otnce In the
and C. H. Meaoiuer of Intelligent) energy ;More than any worshiper of Persia. Tbe whole countryside 1o'lorl.Ial
are minor characters were going,: a-begging.One Court House, DeL..I. Flu.., a administratrix
other profession.. farming Is free from Is admirably adapted to the of the plat. r. P.
spending the holidays with frl.Dda ao.lr.I..Uveelll rather vacuous looking youth Jolly,Iece..d.
Palatka and time-saving and Is a creator of lode. propagation of a fire worshiping creed, and ask that the sense be ,' H. VOORHIS,
St. made himself obstructiveand
Angnnclue. particularly
.. ) (
Miss Alice Owens and brother Bruce oendonce" 1111)II Florida Financier and for earthquakes and caverns vomiting brought down. the wrath of a : Easy toStopPain dlacburgebe rix. b Iraul.. A '1b lulmlnl..c Dentist
fumes from subterranean coo -
Industrial Record. agra.tlons brother artist. formorly CARRIE U JOL- ,

left a few days ago for a visit with their "[?'arms are a poor refuge for the lazy abound lu the neighborhood of "In my opinion." exclaimed tbe hitter I.V). AdminlatritrlxTbtsZddayorpcoeniber. P. O. Block DeLand Flit .
( sister Mrs. C. A. Fleming In Fmleyson Tabilz. One of the most remarkable \. D. W! >U. .
and incompetent. Not much can be "young,: .lnnt s must. In the Inter-
t. G... caverns In tbe world Is that of Secundereuli Hours: 8.30 to and 1.80 to 4
hope from attempts to transfer human ruts or economy tame tbe part of Slm- Notice of Final 1
Mr. aud Mrs. J. al Frszw, of Jacksonvlile -' whose character resembles the I kliix the Pool.Vli. ." DischargeNotice
waifs from the city to tbe country. But Cane of It gives off _._ .
; : spent latter part of last. week Grotto del Naples i "'\ .\' economy'C: demanded Mr..lii'ies Is hereby flvtn thnt the unilerlumd *
the same qualities t lint yield results in noxious fumes wblch at certain times ailmlnlhtrstrlx of the elt"1 nt \\ m. W. C. CANNONS'
in their
town Itaeatlof mother Mrs. J. : Itiillirnnnlly.
other lines. of bnsiuusj.. or science will, are certain death to man and beast. Miller, decenaeJ.. will, on (diy of
;: S. Prevatt. "'\"ell. >nii ,HIV. mj' dear fellow" was May. A. P. 1910. present her dual nco nnta, ,
ai a rale: be even more effective when But tbe most astonishing place lu IK, qiiU-l leply.( "you. won't nin-d any'ti'iitlii't I vetber with vouohero. tn tbocoim'v' InditenrAolusIn Livery Feed and Sale Stables., t
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hollee, of La- applied to farm.making and farm Azerbaijan In tbe lulued city of Tukht- ; 11",." cnlnly. Florldn, nnd ask that :

.1, Orange Ua., are visiting their sister management. l-Sult-lmaun, or Solomon's temple. The .-. 'he Rccounla beam ro\i. "l and that abe liedischarged Fine Fashionable Turnouts

t and brotber4n.law Mr. and Mr*. A. A. "Here in Florida are many thousands city "stands, ou a hill 150:; feet high with The S.I.rlflc.. I aucb administratrix.KDITH 8 )ILLER.. Bus meets all tralna at A C. L. Pepnt.

t Ferguson.Mrs. a wall of thirty feet embracing the Adllll.trtrlx Hacks meet wOI'nlnl ,stud .nfternoni" F K.
and hundreds of thousands of excellent and "A I(enu iu'ky cm,pie." RaId Mrs. O. Ry. trains and nighttrains
crumbling remains of temple ofWIlilim' Miller, Uecenied.DeLand City,
A. B. Prevatt and little son Krlk Farm lands lying \Idly that can be madeto brine. In the midst is a "lake of 1'1l'pldnM.: ":ot merited a few days ago FIR.. Nov 19. IIKIU.-. at DeLand U. 8. Hall

', left Saturday last for a fortnight visit yield returns that would simply deepest a ure." Although moat of the nrtl'rI courtship which It.eI l lasted TAKE ONE Gentle both loutes.horses Haoksmoet and caretul b".tl at I.BeesInrtl

in Jacksonville with her staler. Mrs. A. astound the farmers of other parts of buildings ere of tbe Mohammedan period fifty years" Of THBSB Notice of Final Discharge.Notice driel "

U. Johnson. the country. The hour of opportunity there Is one striking mass which "I aiit'I"ss.] ." leplcd" Mr. Slmpklnx. LITTLBTABLDTS is nereor given that ibe under. Phone a. DeLnd, Ft*. i

Is now at band. Those who it has beeu Identified as tbe temple of "the pm' ,r old man hid become too fee- '. AND TH. Idmlnllr.t". 01 tbe eatato of 41 aI- "
Rev. W. A. Lowder our Methodist grasp .
bio coin ,
*' In liold out any longer. -Chicago PAIN lorrl'OI, decl.aeI wi. oo the 1st
'; minister, for four years has been again !, now will make-fortunes., the worshipers.. n..or.IJ.\TI.rllld.\ !J. QONK. accounts lay of January.whb the A.cnunu l> judge. of his Volusiacounty finnl, DR. S. R. LOVE

'assigned. to ibis work. aud we are glad What a Memory! "I use Dr. Miles' AntiPainPills Florid, and auk that Ibe some be OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN .

'have him back. Orange Baskets. One rainy day In spring an old York. Do'.sn't Work. approved and that br bedlsobnrg ne auobaumlnlatrator.
for OrailiaU AVKR1CAN
LaGrippe SCHOOL or ONTKOPATHIKlrkirlllr.Mo.
\f E. M. Wool wine member of the An attractive dessert: Cot two pieces shire fisherman returned to bin native CheerfuInesH Is riches." and all Neuralr'a intendto This July 1UOO. .

I ,iftool l board from this precinct is in at- : from' each orange leaving what remains village after an absence of fifteen "Oh. not! If you can't pay a bill. being be without them for I find I I-). E'. WORR18ON' 60 New York Ave. Oppoalt Coil... .

udaaoe at tbe teachers' convention in shape of basket with handle, and remove -, years and fearfully Bought the house cheerful about It only make the Administrator.. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.,2 to'4 p.
pulp from both baskets and pieces. which sheltered his deserted wife. Entering other man maddej-."-Detroit Free ready rele in them for everything m., or by appointment. Tel. 00. '
held la DeLand ibis "
% wing
:! without knocking be seated Pres them for.
Cot top of baskets Beautify
points, sclssor
'h ..eM". I. A. McCrory and daughter and using himself near the open door, took a long C MRS. L. F. MILLER, -. :
keep baskets in Ice-water until --- -
'-*Mis* Jsnie Dell of DeLand, spent latter ready to serve Strain juice tamed, and vigorous pull at bIB'dirty clay pips" In the Rsgulsr Establishment 120 W. 6th St., Davenport, la. THIS IS THE MONTH TO PLANT TREES. "See Gou.d" ...
: psriof.Iamtsn4 first of this week In and and nodded jerkily to owd woman. "Yes." said the fresh young lieuten A few choice Ornamental Fruit and .
from make
pulp Into All Pain
\town with their relatives. the Prevatt'.. I au-wraoge-- Mornln', Maria" he laid with at ant "the army bus fallen on evil Nut Trees for anle. Lara Cherry Lao- "Ask ;

;_ MII'- jelly[ mlxtnrn Tnrn Into a shallow pan. fected unconcern. day*." r '"In my family Dr. Mile 'el, Water and Live Oak, Orange and Chapman"but r

k' JMSI Bnckhannan of Wood. chill, cut In cubes and fill baskets Serve She looked up from the potatoes SUB Tbe sophisticated\ captain merely Anti-Pain Pills are used for Pomelo, and cbulccat: binds of Grafted

: Oa., spending tbe winter in Jack- on a bed of crashed Ice.-Fannie Merritt was peeling and tried to utter the Pecan Trees. W. R UASKBLL, O* --

.. ( t Ajtl.. Da been spending a fortnight Farmer in Woman H ,Home Com scathing tirade she bad daily rehearsed gasped."Why." tbe_F. Y. went' on.. '."look headache and, colic and other relief Land. Fla. BUSINESS

.' .b.% with' her oooiin Mesdsme G. M., panion for January, sine hi* departure bat It would not at tb* uuiutu. ou this roll-Private Entrance pains, always give DO 1 -i i
\ 4C.G Pre".". S. come. ._ I.Corporal Punishment, MajorDomo at once. O. B. WEBSTER '
"'Ben." abe Mid instead once more THOS. FOWLER
\ tt, Prevail with a, loan and There;Is no game' law against anrono' resuming; her 'work. ""bring' the sea ''General. Uousework. What R. D.: No.R, Dunn. N. C. CONTRACTOR and 'BUILDER -. withDeLand ..
hunting for Plank's Chill Took It isguaranteed Und of a"Sut'ju't-
\ tsIipsny ,in Jacksonville spent to car l1Ialarl.ehI1l1. and o'er to f tiN an Ah'lt darn that bole r' then the 8. C shied' a-.*-, "I."I *v rywKr ( wh '
i1u with his parents) Mr. r thy Jeney.. Ah meant dotn' f dir t"'al. turu Brie* *f Co
town fB.' ".. Takes the place of calomel. Price well ginger sin bottle at the fleeing I. they ta b.n. -' \ '-''&C. Prevatt They also had 2So per bottle. Fur sale at B. .I.'JIl'o1.: the went away but ummat put msol"LondoaAn.wer. offsndtir.LIpplncotf*.. .: L trM.DIOAL CO. I.. ARTISTIC CoNCRfrt BUILDINGS

? rlgtinas-day Mrvo4 <&Co\. druggists. ., E.e
I \ v ,' r .,'" AND & SIDEWALKS, T. B.. Arnold Managed

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