The Volusia County record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087347/00157
 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 28, 1906
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: UF00087347:00157
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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: COTJNSELOR-AT- KENT ClUB, ORLAWYER'S dignity, to decide quickly and correctly I I 1 .
ATTORNEY and ,preserving a fair and Impartial I ;
LAW. DEBATING SOCIETYTo demeanor toward all. should be the J i New'Catalog. I .
'c.u':)--f'Y'"t. ": ;: equipment of every lawyer. A member :

DeLana. ,. < iorid. ---, of the lower house of Congress ,

Will Practice rtn ate'and. Federal. who has recently become most effective '
jCourtn nrouml the student In the fundamental and vigorous speaker, lint ob I ; ,
__--- ._ ._,_-fr_j_-, V Infanta ,principles. of the law tamed distinction j
r"-- __ r .? for* and Children. /general years ago as a "
BLY by a systematic ami! comprehensive kllled parliamentarian. ,", It was! this 'f.:; SHOPBYMIIILIIVePayExpressCIiarg
5TEWA o. torla Is rt liarrnlesa substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric -. course of study, embracing its distinctive !gift that first attracted public atten- ( _

Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la Pleaoant.' It; clasiflllcatlons. arranged/ witha tion. His eminence at the bar fol. ,
; ATTORNEYSATLA contains neither:" Opium Morphine nor other XarcotloKiibstance. view to their logical/ sequl'ncela the lowed. .

It destroys' 'worms and allays FeverislmeHH. purpose of the Stetson College of Such Is a pa""lnglllmpile/ of Kent i -

Office! in Bank ;ldlng DicLAND.'i It cures IHarrhciM and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Law, Club. where opportunity' shines with I

: Branch office over otofflce,DAYTONA Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the The ability to apply the principlesof steady light. It Is and will continue | Q ::.C, : and''u"Jj2'
Stomach and IJowelx, gIving healthy and natural tileep. law to a (given statement of facts to be a potent factor In the development : I ) : ,

Bert Flub The Children's rtuiacea-.Tho Mother's friend.: It the test of both lawyer and Jurist. of him who seeks the fullest Guarantee Satisfaction
-, Uary-D. Landis LANDIS & FISH The Kind You Have Always Boughtd.o and logical distinction are Indispensable -

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ATTORNEYS and; COUNSELORS- > Signature of 'the favor of indicia! scrutiny The Stetson University Football. --' \\.A

AT-LAW, I class room drill proceeds upon a recognition -' r I

/ of these essentials.Hut ,
DeLand, Florida and Federal this IH not all. Education along The history of footb'ill in Stetson extends LWj:

Will. 'Practice In State other lines" U necessary to the symmetrical buck> some six }'Aar.... In that time

Court development of the student she bus fonr Slate ,
and won championshipsnuil
,; Special facilities for examining The[ training the objective faculties '
perfecting land title_ I'In U Imperative In the case of the youth the valuable Times Union cup. !Jn ; I Ii

I LiseForOver3OYears.Lord who aspires to an Influential position the last two .Reasons she has. not been ,I No. 1044 ;;; $1.25

-'t J I I,. MCCRORY, TH. ..NT... 'M..H" MUN.."....... H..O. ...... at the bar. Forensic skill has wrested .scored on by any Florida. team. m

-- many a client's cause from defeat As IH true with all athletics at Stetson -
.The art of the advocate I Is I
a potent
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand football simply the sport of the
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KelTln'n rii'uterr. AN ECHO. Rights are to be vindicated or wrongs tttndenta In the fall of the year No Inducements i Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry" Silverware/ Toiletware/ 'II

Florida. Lord Kelvlu once performed II d.iriii: ). redressed, and the personality of the of any kind are held( out to I

xperlmeut before a clues of students., Row .0 !M*.,nr. the Dl.<.ae. Prom advocate as he addresses court or jury players to enter the University Professionalism I Clocks, Cut Glass, Etc.
S. B.Wrlght. Jr. ..... will not escape the watchful of
S,la> *B. Wright, In the course of his lecture be said that Which Ie I. .C.d. his solicitous client Facto. must eye be In athletics Is unknownthe I

W'tJGBT!' & WRIGHT.ATTORNEY8ATLAW. while a voltage of 3,000 or so would be Tbera Is scarcely anything In naturo marshaled statements. dissected, scholastic standing Insisted on before :

I fatal to a man a voltage of some 3uO000 ,- Unit exerts: the fu.clol1t1on'over everyone prejudice removed doubts d'spelled'! a stndent can participate in athletics I

NOTARIES PUBLIC would be harmless. Ho was going alike than docs an echo and common while nothing in the grave! countenance Is very blub.: Over 00 percent. : GREENLEAF CROSBY & CO. I
to give a practical Illustration on him us It may become there Is always of the presiding judge, nothing ,
Office.DE. In faces of the twelve of the men who have represented Stet :
the with
O.a.at Telegraph self but the students cried out "Try It 'It feeling of mystery about It that holds men
FLORIDA. on a dog!" Lord Kelvin cast a look of gaze Intent upon the speaker betrays son on the gridiron in tbe last .six years : AND SILVERSMITHS
!.,AND, us us with a rhiirui. Of course we all emotion JEWELERS
reproach at his class. "Didn't I figure or expresses hope knew nothing of football when they entered I
know that It Is merely tbe reflection Cool and resourceful with a firm
E. ALEXANDER, It out myself be said quietly, as he the salient to be admonished the University.In 41 W. 01 SI. IACKSOHVITLE FLA. 41 W. Bay Sf.of .
J of u souinl, from. some oblect. u* the grip on factquick :U
\ walked to the apparatus and safely nil sports that involve personal i
bid of n lioiisi, or n rock or u hill I. butoft by opponent's strength I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.- turned the tremendous voltage Into .*u we L'liunut tell bow far away theobject keen to detect his weakness the successful contact of players,the valne of the game

himself. advocate la master of himself. depends on the spirit in which it is ,
I Is ih.it muses It. Here Is a WilY -
In Brush Block. tell time and the occasion. In the apt wordsof played. This cannot be governed by a
Office Chine. ; very :
Dr Hills, "He grasps the handle of Th Coirtllevt c.....
DeLand, Florida. 'The Chinese ladles have tin 'odd kind Holding u watch lu your bund, shorn his being." He Is the one who carries set of roles but depends entirely on the lilt life II tiro niTiiiToii flea I lie "A single joint malacca cane will always -

Mil Practice In State and Federal of cologne-that Is to say, they 'cou- u llIgI,' syllable, as 'lt )!" or "J1II'! the jury, earns the esteem. of the players and the .spirit of the college they umrkpt. Ue was i-ldlii8dowu King fetch from $400 to $50O" said the

CourtsJR. stantly have upon their person 'a suiull und count (Ibu number of second from court, wins his cases nnd multiplies represent The .athletic spirit of Stet street at thp time, followed by his dealer.

bag of sweet smelling similar to'' the time you shout till the sound cumes his clients. He Is the masterful figurein .servant who was also on horseback
stands for clean .
gum son manly sport.
t*. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN "Why T"Because
[ tint which was used the ancient buck to you. :o.oBOUO; <1 travels at legal councils. The world\ beats a Washington Haw that the Friendship
Nothing that is brutal or unfair is tolerated malacca hardly ever grow
SURGEON Numerous I tbe rate of 1,123: feet u second, so the pathway to his door. engine was Insufficiently manned, and,
Egyptian costly
AND women. between the jointsto
the football field with enough
unearthed nt I number of seconds that elapse multiplIed Dean Farrah was quick to real/.e the on That the rlcliiiK up to a irroiip of well dressed spare
.1 DELAND FLORIDA. jars recently Tyramldii I value of a preparation that would new rules against brutalIty and unfairness of make a single Joint stick. Usually;
:, by 1.1-5 will give the distance lu gout!lemon standing near the scene
contain the cosmetics and
at residence Indiana avenue perfumes not than a foot
Office the joints are more
feet traveled by the voice In going to 'lead to a symmetrical development of are unnecessary at Stetson Is borne action he called out authoritatively:
Court Hon* which were used by Egyptian princesses -
find la
and For this When Singapore
the counsellor advocate. apart you
'' I! the object and back to you again and ont by the fact that not one in nix seasons "'''hy are yon Idle there gentlemen ,
4 and 7 to 8. all of which bear resemblance
Office Hours: 9 to 13. :a to a purpose the Kent Club was estab- that Is where malacca comes from-s
i one-half of that number will be tbe of has her been ? It Is business to lend In
play team your
to those In vogue today among Chinese shed, and It has proved a valuable piece of malacca with the joints five
RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. ladles of the highest rank. number of feet away that object Is. adjunct to the College of Law. It affords these offenses! Of thin record, and these mil tters." feet apart, so that It will make a single

," I Of course the object may be only a :n most excellent training as the spirit which made it-possible, Steton After which he leaped off his horse joint stick come to me, and 1 will give

ttorrr lie Spoke few hundred. feet away, In which case the law alumnus enthusiastically testifies. is justly promt. and seizing the brakes. was followedby f50O for It. Malacca sticks with
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. 'I the sound will back In less than It Is vital force in the University such you
He-I'd like to know what cnjoympnt come a The University authorities believe a crowd that g>lthe engine: the Joints three feet apart are worth
a .second but you may determine tbe life. Its power radiate In a shaking as It had not had for
;you can thai( In gotug from, stare to I that football under the proper environment UI' $30 or $40. Bnakewood sticks. If they
Office on East New York Avenue store looking nt things you Imvcu't the !I distance, nevertheless, by calling a many directions many a day.WOMAN. snakewood
marked well comes
is of are -
1 a great value to the
DELAND. FLORIDA. single syllable-"Hur! -and calling It The room occupied by this organization game
least Idea of buyluu. Shu-I know Ican't from British Guiana-are worth $40 or
again as bear the echo. not before is of such a character as. we would students, in that it combines physical,
buy tbem but theie Is a sort ofmelancholy you AND THE LAW. stick ebony
DR. A. S. MUNSONt' .I or after It, but just with It. naturally expect to find In the stately mental, and moral training and development $50. A yellow ebony <
plenumf Inthlnlclns tfint I building that Is the home of the Law come to us In logs from Ceylon and
.-.. could have bought them If I hail mar- WIth little\ pl'a\tlceyolI\ can do this. School with Its well appointed lib to.a marked degree. The records How Condition. ll.v. ihitnMreA. Itt Mauritius worth $20 or $25.: Wang-

HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. rlel! George SeaJj; when: I had the Repeat the cull ten or twelve times rary its commodious court room, Its of the gymnasium directors the the I.... Hnir Imntmrr. bee, from China, makes an excellent

choncn. insteiul cf-'tnklnK yn
Office Second Door South of Fisher's -- -. call and the lust echo. Suppose for It possesses distinctive personality. sport has proven 'HS beneficial to physical the law bus millered. mighty' changes. Is worth *2O."-St. Louis GlobeDemocrat.

Drug Store. Plocndiilr.: example, that the time I I. seven second It appeals to the pride of the mom development as football. The lay. Fifty or sixty years ago the twain were .
HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 called the \ _____
OFFICE and that syllable
Perhaps there I Is muoiiv the great you beT There IH an atmosphere of order Indeed one and that one the husband
considers thaimere brute
force is
and 7 to 8 p. m. capitals. of civilization no more celebrated ten times. Then each echo took seven- and decorum about It that bents a debating man He could collect all debt, such as Too Methodical."As .

DeLand Florida. l hoiuitlful Hlieot.tlmuPiccadilly. tenths of a second, and tbe distance and deliberative body. The the only 1-1 qnlreiiient of a football wages tbat might be due her thoughIncidentally for me" said Aunt Clarissa. "I

JOHN REEVE \no. more The origin of Its MUle. l Is found In the same way a* before, 1 1. color scheme of wall and ceiling Is player. Such is fur from being the case. be wns liable' for all .she I haven't any use for a woman that takes

QU. about 3W feet.Exchttige.WATCHING artistic and pleasing.! An ample" rug No dnllard can, become a success at the owed. She could not make a will of three or four handkerchiefs with her
still disputed although the Interpretation -
In harmony with the general coloringcovers Mental and when be to see oDe of these heart
gume physical dexterity her real estate nor of her personalproperty goes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, given, liy tbe Hon. F. Bjn';, once the polished hardwood lloor.
universally known ns "Pomlle". Byng :THE BUILDERS.FIr. Pictures of the former presidents, appropriately are absolutely essential to success. 'The without his. permission, and Interest play She's too businesslike

-.,N Office In store recently occupied by on nccoinit of tbe curllness of his. hair : framed, invest It with an player must master the rules, which are be was entitled to the Income from her and calculating" to be the genuine

a. Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West will serve on well nil any other. He la.aranc Folk. K..p as Er added Interest. On the wall behind very intricate' ,and lie Able to apply lands.. He could lock her up In his tiling, -Chicago Trtbnn

New York Ave.DeLand held that rather more" tlinn, two centuries o. Construction Method.. the pre ldent'.. chair hangs a steel engraving them instantly. This teaches him self- house and keep her there. Whether be

Florida. It wns,I Cliarle. I II.'s he bit A builder speaking of the watchful of the great chancellor after could Inflict chastisement wa a moot Ioe.etklnE Wro.S.
when ago'UP took hIs morning's, walk In ness of fire Insurance companies In whom the club IH named-a strong control nnder the most. trying con point though a judge of tbe North Caro Mr*.-Am I still "tbe star of :yocrlife

New York city In the erection of buildings I face, a trine austere, yet classical In ditions. The layman hears one of the linn supreme court held In IMlti that he ," a. I wa when you used to write
D R. a. D. IJIIACEY.i the Green park from to buy old 1 some with orturnovers lu that city says: its reuose and forceful In It* Intellectual players calling in rapid succession six possessed this power! provided he used love letter to me? \Mr.-Of course
an woman i studies the features
line As
"Insurance companies In placing policies one who I or eight )111IIIII..rs8noeesllful) team "a stick a..* large a* hi. finger but no dear. Mr*.-I don't seem to be drawIng -
whom be
exchanged many a RlN't'YjeBt of the distinguished jurist
DENTIST. and who kept tier booth on n spot upon so called nreproof buildings stamped himself sO Indelibly upon hU will have fifty or more combinations larger than his thumb." a star islary though.

opposite to the, present site of Apslpy do not accept the word of the builders age, whose contributions to legal/ jurisprudence but be has no idea of the amount of Over tbe children tbe husband bad Inherited Dollar.

Otllce: First door west of Bank. House. These cake were vailed, "pick- and contractors, nor rest content with become more valuable mental drill necessary to interpret their absolute control and could even appoint

DeLar-1 Florida. ". from the tho evidence submitted by the city with the years whose dignity char a guardian; by will who could. Tbr only reason some men 'escapesocial !
Jlls. and tills clrciiinstiiuca meaning and to quickly execute the ostracism Is \because) their fs-
building department Their own experts acter and lofty Ideals fixed the ethical take them away from the mother. They
fashionable. western artery of London plays. There Is no other which there made enough to buy them
game money
standard of his and succeeding
COUNTY ABSTRACT andv make an examination. Such an wore to be brought up In the father'sreligion
VOLUHIA:! wim< supposed by "Poodle" Byng to feels that ticket of admission.-Birmingham
the observer demands tills of
INVESTMENT CO. examination Is made not at the behest generations, quickness' and accuracy without any consideration for a
have taken Its name. "I'ooille" Byng'sashes
moat .
the club appropriatelynamed. thought.No New
In the Interest of was her In It
politicians or a feeling fact wa only

-2: Bert Fish, Cary D. Labdl*. which Sir repose Christopher In St. James'Wren regarded church, group of men, but by technical experts student. van be successful in afterlife about ISNtl\ that the supreme court of Proof Po.ltlTe.Iiiiiurtuii .

Pre ldent.See. y and Treas. / whose report. must be exact, detailed But It Is the creative influences we unless he develops .a strong moral judicature In England directed that the
successful >nt Xu.ltlibor-flo think
.as one of hi. most utruc- wish to consider. The discipline to ] you
and exhaustive In the Interests of In his days. Football i.a and of the deceased
courage college Sons daughter Smith I.. In love with sister
furnished aosM-tlea perfect lures not far from the grave of that speak within limits and under special Mr. your
Abstracts shrewd business men. The Insurance be great help to develop this side of his nawab of Bengal by an English wife \ 1rt'II-lI1. UM children
Plats and WW Print Supplied relbrated roue and voluptuary the lost restrictions can acquired more Alice? ( no
ed. :
Duke of QUO llaheny, better known a..OiI underwriters have their own corps of easily when the mind Is plastic. The character.. Brntal courage l Is never be reared a* Mobnmro lan .-Every- are allow 1 ,..! to go In the parlor when

Opposite Yoluvls County! Bank. '. Q." or tbe '"Star of ricvrilllly" export engineers and fireproof agentsIn material, the relevant. and the competent adequate on the DELAND. FIX>IUDA. whose the field all of the time. When a are the lines that bound the
dishonored bones repose l beneath nnder the proper environment,
large building U In course of construction triangular arena where tuture contests game Whims of 11f.... .
the. communion table.-London Tele- In New York these experts of will be waged.! It Is In layingthe calls for something higher The player Like many another man great. In hi* Scrians.La'uhiiwylon't think'that for

A CITY RE4'Lo ESTATE AND INSU- ."" the underwriters watch every stage of foundation of the future lawyer must. learn to muster his temper, no writings, llenrtk Ibsen was not without mn-li a wealthy chap you Puffin takes his
out all there Is In his
who must bring matter bow trying the! conditions. Relearns his foibles. Scorning a.
RANCE OFFICE OFE. the development They have no powerto under the rules and restrictions company plea suirs sprlons'y! ? Ch\'erton-Ite bas
the case obedience to the will of others he professed to do and declaring always -
work building as city
stop on
$& of judicial proceedure that this organization to. They arc all he has to worry.
'" H. hAYWARD A .Valuable Agent.The building Inspectors have when the Is performing a most Important his coach and captain. He learns! self- for solitude he nevertheless delighted about.

building laws are not compiled with, aer Ice. Authority Is distinguished/ denial, for the tr"lnlnrolell are very to be dined, and to Invite him
City Property .SpeoUHy. Ha writes glycerine employed In Dr. Plorce's but they possess another sort of check from dicta. Debates are brisk and strict; and lastly. be! learns to make to a banquet la his own especial honor

for the Aetna, "The leading Ore Insurance Medicines properties greatly which enhances It extracts the medicinal and- whIch U fully as effectual. The build- animated At times thoughts soar, llgbtof the little aches and pains of was to give the great man unalloyed Thousands Bare ,Kidney TroubU

, ooinpawr of America"-one of the holds In solution I much better: than alcohol ers, contractors or owners, or all three but the archery of Achates never lost life.In pleasure In his latter day, too. be and Don't Know it.flow v ,.

few" fire companies now very popular inBan would. It also possesses medicinal are notified that further Insurance policies anything in dignity emulation be. spite of the at tacks of sensational. developed a passion for decoration, of
Frafrifoo. California. properties of Its own, being a valuable 11'11uot\ be made on the building cause his target was a star. The pro newspapers and people who know nothing which bo received a large number from To rind Out.
No 808/Bonlevard DeLand Fla aetnulcent. nutritive, antiseptic and anti- made." grammes are varied and interesting, of \its merits, football. has grown to his own nnd foreign monarch and on Fill a bottle or common (Is** with your
ferment. It adds greatly to the efficacy until certain remedies are -
water and let It stand tw.nty-four hours;: a
and embrace legal, sociological economic be the representative college game, and
of the Black Chcrrybark, Golden Seal Plttsburg Press. public occasion be would ,wear all his sediment
root, Stono root and Queen's root, contained and political questions. The Industrious Is strongly indorsed by everyone who insignia a* probably tbe moat deco- or settling
I i In"Golden Medical Discovery In and enthusiastic member knows \Us true! value as u part/ of college Indicate an
subduing chronic, or lingering coughs, Earrlns. resolutely bent upon hIs development it fe. rated author In the world. It was on uinheaithyondi- "I
bronchial, throat and lung affections, finds here that not public occasion tbat Ibsen would car 'tlon of the kidney
Earring have alway been among; an opportunity At Stetson, football Is firmly establisoed -
Dentist, I for sll of by which standard these medical agents( authorities.In are recommended -. tile most favorite ornaments of nearlyall only satisfies his amb'Uon, but also as a part of the college life andit ry a small mirror and comb In the S *; linen If It .It..tn.Is

. P. O. Block DeLand Fla. all caies where there Is a wastingawsy the nations of the world, certainly promises results that only the succeeding is the unanimous opinion of the men crown of his bat. and "coram populo"would your evidence of kidney -

I.J, of flesh, loss of appetite, with with those which are callcl civilized.\ years will reveal to him. who have played under her colors that l proceed to arrange his bushy trouble; too:,

Hours: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 weak stomach, as in the early stages of Indeed among the Per.lnn. Babylonians Among the dozen or more oratola who the game will prove of lasting. benefit hair and whiskers. I frequent desire to "'\'!
national distinction
consumption tnere can be no doubt thatglycerine have recently achieved to them.
i sets as a valuable nutritive and and Carthaginians they were worn every one laid the founda- Polities cad LOT*. pus It or pain In
--.r-. aids the Uolden Seal root !Stone root, by men as well as women. They were tion for his pre-eminence in the college the back to also
Queen's root and Black Cherrybark In lwaysworn by, Greek women from debating To learn to "If funny," remarked Sandy Bowen."bow convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-. :'
W. _C< CANNONS' promoting digestion and building up the : society. politics and love are no much der are out of order. '
flesh and strength controlling the cough Hera; In the 'II1 11' down= to the Venus speak with ease and facilitywith WASHINGTON AS A FIREMAN.
alike. For Instance. If you meet a What to Do., .
Livery Feed and Sale Stables.Fine and bringing about a healthy conditionof de Medici whose ear. were pierced fort delicacy or vigor, as the occasion half a There Is comfort In the knowledge so I
the holer system. Of coiir'e, It must the reception. of earrings.I'llny tell demands within the power of every lie Wn a Member of the Frlend.hli* bonnie girl ami she give you often
.., Sot expected to work miracles.. It will member of the Kent Club. The progress Fir. Compnnr. chance to kiss her ;you go in for free I sxpreued. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-
FaehIonabLiTurnout* not In Its earlier US that there was no part of dress upon Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
cure consumption exoept that several of the members have trade. However after you get marned '
Bus meets all tr.lns.t A': CJ.' L.' Depot.V .tseL.. U will cure very severe obstin- which greater expense Was lavished;' made has been nattering. At first George Washington \VUs a memberof wife' mother want to wishIn, curing; rheumatism pain In. the'
. ;3} Harks .ne"t morning and sfternoon F. E. ate chronic coughs, bronchial and laryn- among the ,.Roman Many ,J : embarrassed and awkward they soon tlio Friendship Tire com puny, organized i and your son-in- back, kidneys, liver bladder and every part'I'
V t). By. trains a( Orange. City, and night goal troubles, and chronic sore throat earring of very beautiful d lQ'Ptlan:1 control., Self-con In 1774 lu Ills. homo AI<'XIIIl' embrace her newly; acquired of the urinary passage.t It corrects Inability
trains st DeLand Junction. V. 8 MsT with hoer enlltlll. In acute coughs It Is : began/ to acquire dria. At first the company consisted of law you go In for protection If your to hold water and scsldlnt pain' In passing;
been and these Diffidence
effective ''It I. In the lingering preserved. sciousness disappeared.:
fcotb/ route Hook meet boat st Bsreiford.Gentle nosso wife seeks an oaculatory exchange you It, or bad effects following use of liquor I
"miitmtl friend.i.lilp
hones. snd osretul driver coughs, or those of long standing, even .I igns have' been Imitated Id modern : baa !given way to confidence and the ctllzpiiH who out of peer
reslster.and" wine and
or that ,
when eecompanled by bleeding from to fire In time become a passive overcomes unpleasant
I ability to speak logically and effectively agreed to carry every
Phone_ j. DUMd.Fta.- lungs that It has performed us most :... has developed. "two It'lIthel'lI' buckets and one great necsolty of being compelled to go often''
rOO -- msrvelous cures. Send for and read the ; ;; I "She turns out a home ruler If be during the day, and to gl' up many times,
little book of .extracts treating of the vpronvncflnHanr' A modern essayist, dwelling on some bag of oinaburg or wider lluueu. during the nlghu The mild and th. 'eal.1
= and uses of the several medfolnsi \There liC Story that Tennyson, hear- of the mistake of college life, makes i Washington wan rnnde an honorary has any son... remarked Mrs Bowen. ordinary effect of Swamp-Root I*' soosjl I

w promptlr obtain P.a. Mid fordiroPATENTS- t. that enter IntoDr..'Pierce1 'ing! at a t dinner parry somebody pro- this pertinent suggestion: "The youth I member, and whcu he went as a delis who happened to overbear tbe conversation. realized. It stand the highest for It* wonderful -;
Golden Medlasl Discovery aDd loom why nouncing' knowledge with a long o/ who In determined to .ucceed In publIc .-London Mall
this ,medicine has such a wide range of.PPllcaloIIl gate to th onJlrlls. of 1774 at Philadelphia cure. of the moat tUtresclns asses.)
In the sure of diseases. -It Is, Jumped up from tie table, rushed at speaking may stand up again aDd he examined the Ore engine I If you. need a medicine you should have the y

..nrift AjIdreM!! pj kb V. ,Fierce,. bla\ fellow giu-stdin-l nhook\ hnll<1. wIth again In a college debating club. may In use there. On his return 'to Philadelphia odd K.I.... beat. Sold by druggists In 5Oc. and3i. sizes..
-Buffalo, N Y. 'The "Discovery" 'contains bg.V4lp9njttni| ) faltljl.! !! (tl iiltbful. her fall again and again, and through his to the Continental congress l.it775 In a monastery In lrelv'nd there I I. avery You may : no sloonol or harmful hnbltformfnedrac. failure may rise to success whereas curious collection 0Afli.. of the wonderful discovery (, r. -- ':
r he exclaimed' I /and lie iriMiemled to denounce 'maonnm '' -1
brlnted ( he from a (' ::
.ad phnjn at l tlton tnblun. Ingredients! all on eachDottl if ne should put off thin effort until bought sixteenth century, tbe blades of which and s book that tell.*________________ 2
tar book, wrapper In plain English. vebcnmnt term Inqultous has called Ofbhs small fourth etas. engine for l
(rae report on rrre some political campaign a mere about It,both sent j_ _ _
.. musical notes to
Sick those suffusing/ have on on side the
"" mispronunciation of llio English: lan
audience would and Just' before
him to the stump no tho sum of ISO los.
free mail.
HInr0GA5NQW frem diseases oflong standing, are Invitedto the benediction of the table or grave absolutely by "''''
consult Dr. Pierce by hitter, /res. All guage. It f Ii ro'iliHiilM'ttKl<< that a greater lUten to him, or even let him go on, ho Ret! out for Boston' Height/ to litf, Addre.sPv.lCIim.r Ox" 'H".... ** .,a .t. *,' ,
and the other side lira 'I
corresondence it held as strictly private English |1'o-<'-".' ''JII. to wit-illd not Dean Farrah has recently organized come commander In chief h..dispatched. ( before meat oo Cot 811J<<11a1nton, N.Y.-Wheo writing* mei>..jfJtkm ; ',,.

""'redIY confidential Address Dr.: agree wIth bjni"' ,. n* II couplet In !fOol a clan in parliamentary practice tli'i!! little engine! .. to the FrlemMilp. J grace, after meat. Th. set of these : resding this feqerous.otter,U,}this,....,,
V. Pier.., Buffalo N. t. *,* \ Juan" shows i iN which he personally conduct For knives usually consisted of fonr. They ,'\
}t;> < ." .lerce's Medloal Advise I ontJ'ru this special feature be to entitled tothe rOaJI'tI\1'! ; were kept In upright case of. Don't! ;make any' mistake,but romeof!..*...
l'd.uI Mm aut b.tm.. to )> Ift"dn"I he taltvnyiattc'bdud fa ..
eu receipt of stamps to pay expense of Aet l | o of member and IMirlni tils; 'yoiln her the! name 5w .mp-ROOt. Dr.mer's' .!tll-
IF I" i SI n :! .1 M 1 l u> &Ulns only Scud !91 one-cent stamp ,' j '' gratitude every I Alexnnlrla'RUII stamped leather and were placed b*>> ,
.. ,. tm;, ; ; ; deserves scrupulous co-operation. To (iron III helped Swamp-Root, and the'ad4r se>'.
paper-oov8ltlle a | ploktd >/ WSI for .
the iln
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,. compiled a table from the figure They Pe._.<< !!_. Or ..... Witt
aw.i:::: / .. .. ;,;,., of' the census ,bureau showingthat Freezing Weather as 'far South as ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO ........tl.. _....

Z.r Fort Myers.A TilE RECORD OFFICE' BY ITS The big oriental fruit bat, or flying alum phosphate .
Entered: 1 n the Pcm'ffloo lU Del",*. the valu of property: in the
's...oooml olas natter. <- : I foxes, *o familiar In India, Ceylon and
.. '. .. ; South had increased from 912 COBBESPOHDEHTS. the Malayan region feed on all aorta -t..
--- ,,' -" in 1000 to $16 623 pretty cold spoil struck:Florida IM of soft fruit except acid one, men ai bal ngpowders.The '

I'' ? 8.H. PREYATT, Editor.k'I) roprl tor. 084,833,376 Monday. Tuesday and" Wednesday the orange; are especially fond of figs

.- .. <,.-.,- .. T" 611,285 in 1001. The increase in coldest Christina the people of Florida Orange City.Miss : and guava and are a destructive peel
:: ;;the gun-J; them values during: the past two year bare experienced for yean,, and In the to orchards and garden, In soon label law requires that all
The mum behind
of the orange belt the dnly'ac parts of Java for example, no delicate
It has been quite as great a8 be- tipper portion ( Ada G. Maaaey 1 the -
a '".' .days fails to attract. i half as much fruit WM more or' 1 IBM Injured where credited agent: of The Record at Orange fruit can be railed except by protecting the be namedon

,newspaper: notice fie. the lady behind tween 1000 and, 1004, whereforethe not protected by flret going through the City and will accept subscriptions and the trees with net and fighting ingredients : _
? Record concludes that thewealth this ads for the same. Any courtesies extended off' the nightly foray of band of
dropped in
) -the night, for the mercury her' will be )
gun. duly appreciated
.1 of the South is now quite section aa low a* 98 degrees, and at this kalongs. the labels. Look out
They live and travel In vast companies
will move< $18,000,000,000 .which is doubtless temperature, for several hours, the
Cortelyou now ,
: Mf.
Mrs. White-Thorpe: ha been on the roosting by day on chosen tree*,,
J.1 9 to. the, Treasury Department. a conservative estimate.A orange will freeze .. solid as a ball nick. Hat for several days where they bang by one hind leg, each for the alum compounds.
Bat it wan a very dry and peculiar protected from the sun's glare and
'and three blocks closer to the< Mri: (
get freeze and who bad not shipped Hitchcock and daughter of Bur
newspaper is in no sense a many from rain in the closely wrapped man-
White house at any rate. fruit to market believed that it i I. ton, Ohio are at "Palmetto Cottage"
twice their tle of Its wings, and large tranche frequently
It '
child ofcharity. earns not seriously injured While there was 'I for the winter break under the weight AI NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only-

Yr" If'JMr.- Diddle, the ne'w ambase&dorto over eve ry dollar it receives, and. Ice appearing in the juice they believe The library building tag recently unset they fly away to their feeding

:, "'St.. Petersburg lives if]p it is second to no enterprise fn the cells were not broken and the I, been clenued. and pot in shape" for the grounds, Mattering over a wide area. Royal Baking Powder which is a

hia" he will be able to contributing to the upbuilding growers are getting' off to market a. winter entertainments Where a fig tree or banana thicket bafdng
,to) name, attracts a crowd the roughest fighting pure cream of f tartar powder
fast It il all right if gotten ,
of community. Its patrons as possible. Miss Belle Thnrsby, who baa been
)keep the Russians guessing, begins over coveted plunder, each one
reap far' more benefits from Its Into market dnnng the next ten days. I teaching in Sparta Ga., la at home with creaming, clawing. biting and struggling and the best that can be made.

There is one member in pages ,
kept Ore going all night, and kept the
to retreat to It. There
a secure enjoy
The Whiat Club met the 21st aa
: gross who 'never'exhlbitl any calling for the support of the frost out of the fruit, and to inch groves announced. There eight on tablet. and he bangs by one foot, and grasping the

pending community in which it is published the oraug.'is. as. sound us ever, and nomHh were fruit he hall aecured In the claw and
a pleasant afternoon was spent.
it asks for no more than will be made to get them Into opposable thumb of the other, he ba.tl-
More real estate has changed hands ly reduce It to lump with 'Which he
Hon. :Frank market.
c from F\orida.-the:\ in all fairness belongs to it
About three-fourths of the Mr. Jan. Walden having: bought the J stuff' his cheek pouches until they become '
crop In toe flames
aged Inmate perished
n. :Clark.'If though generally it receives less. about DeLand had been marketed and W Clark lot opposite the handsome distended like those of a monkey COLONIAL CARELESSNESS. But "providentially," as one newspaper

to win Patronize and help your paperas those growers who could not take the residence bnilt by Mr. W. this year. Later he chew and swallows this food ".,.. ...>..! M S..r.fc.... r.r remarked the church escaped un-
k the..PresIdent wants at leisure.At .
Mrs Wm. Brodhead and and 0..0........ harmed.
hel you would any other enter risk of a freeze, had nearly their entire son
dawn all to their roosts
t.another Nobel Peace Prize, off and sold and the In Miss return Distressing accidents, such a* we find Two old maiden sisters. It seems
and money
prise because it helps crops
you, ing. and, says Tlckell. "hook themselves
the of our were In the habit of smoking their
treaty or pro chronicled In newspaper
'ought to arrange a the; banks. Probably 15.000 or 20,000
along the branches about
I not as an act of charity.Gainesville home to after they got Into bed whence,
Senator spend the winter with Mrs. Marshall colonial era, bring vividly pipes
between boxes in this section went through the
tocol or something band over hand with some speed bit- "
Sun. Mrs. B/s daughter.The posterity the fact that dangers) life probably, the disaster. "Therefore
M, Morgan and William Nelson freeze unprotected but, as we have ing each other severely striking out and limb existed before the day of the adds the chronicler, "It may not be i
stated fruit to be in fair' cold weather is the topic with the long claw of the thumb
Cromwell.' this seems condition upper. dynamite cracker and the automobile.Children amiss to caution people against inch a
There is
complaint through. and is being marketed. The most in our minds at present. It remains shrieking and cackling without Inter- rambling outdoor., and practice." T

out the country over the inabilityof fine crops In the Stetson sheds were to be seen how much damage has mission." grown persons besides, says the authorof
the committee Privilegesand
If on the railroads to handle the thoroughly protected by coke basket been done to the fruit. But oh, the No doubt these squabbles are ren- "Americans of 1770," would pick POINTED PARAGRAPHS.He .

Elections decides that Reed business offered them, both in flres going nil night, and the fruit was woodpiles! how they dwindle! dered more violent by the disgracefully and eat strange berries, roots and vegetables
habits In which the
Smoot is not a Senator after all, freight and traffic. It not touched. Mr. J. J. Campbell is located at the bats Indulge dissipated during their nocturnal that turned out poisonous and who thinks no evil can do no
he will have served a longer The large crops unmarketed aud unprotected Orange City Hotel for the winter. Mr. expeditions, for, according to Fran- In vain did newspapers warn against wrong.
v a freight congestion; I musBrooms, hemlock: Ivy and other work wonders If work
is every ,
term on suspicion than any other belong to Mr. A. D. McBride, Campbell la a friend of Mr. W. P.IUckle. cis Day and other observer, "they Waiting you p
growing thing while wait
where, and Florida is not ex- Messrs. Heath and Ziegler' and often the the toddy you
record. he a of Vermont who now owns the pas night drinking work the of the :
Clumsiness at on part
on A do the bent he can and
congressman cepted. The railroads, on account few others. Mr. Dreka had yet on the Stnrdevant place opposite the water from the chatties In the cocoanut injured or Injurer did much mortal man may
till the worst of It.
s the damage the of their failure to get; orders pine land groves about 8,000 boxes, but\ trees which result either In their returning mtachlef. A man dropped from his
of riches unsatisfactorya
Considering tank.Mr. home In the early morning IDa Wings are a*
his fruit was partly protected by fires. : '. Geo. and ont ladder or scaffolding' while repairing a '
automobile can do on filled from the car and loco- Varney son were state of extreme and riotous Intoxication the stings of poverty.

average what harvest motive shops can not handle the All tender vegetation was wiped ont with."U_ .a. team n__ one___ day--J :set "n, _.._.Ir.__.cleaningup or In being found the next day house or wan scalded to death by an A man' most bitter enemy la I the exfriend -
think a of
gasoline overturned kettle potash or maple
truck beans
plain and all garden tomatoes '
the piles of weeds and hoed who work him.
grass np at the foot of the tree, sleeping off can no longer
the hospitals will reap after Business, and delayed trains'and egg plants, potatoes In the winter gar- by the V. I, A. some time since Thisis the effect of their midnight debauch", .a p. We read of a father and' three Even the man who expect the unexpected -

the firt of the year when they shipments of freight is the rule dens were nipped as far south as Fort! quite an improvement to the main Ernest Ingersoll' "Life of Mam- one sons after who were another killed, while by suffocation descendingInto Is apt to be surprised when It (

where. The is Myers, and below that point as the mals." happens.A .
alcohol. country street
begin to tank up on free every a pit without first testing for. car-
increase is mercury in that section went aa low ai man Is seldom as old as he feels
prosperous, the greater Mrs. Antle reached home last Friday, bonic acid.People .
27 Monday and Tuesday nights. SOME FIRST OCCASIONS. were careless moreover. In or a woman as young as she says
after sometime with her sick
Gov. Magoon's election paci- and faster than the car manufacturing spout
The small who had when he Is.
orange grower the use of powder and firearms
Lfyer seems to be working in great : chops can keep up his fruit Injured and; feel the loss, mother'in Indiana, whom she left very The first luclfer match was truck the Revolutionary era began. At Hartford The faster a man lives the quicker
much better. She
t .shape in Ouba. lie knows he with. The Atlantic Coast Line should blame himself for such loss. The was accompanied by In 1834. the legislature voted joyfully to he will occupy ground floor space In II
the father of Mr. Lewis
aged Young, The first steamer built in England the townsfolk two barrels of powderfor cemetery.It's .
markets have not been glutted, and ,
revolution has
have a on just placed aggregating -
will never who will spend sometime in O. C.
good prices have been obtained for shipments appeared In 1815.It : volley tn honor of the repeal of the e an easy matter to obtain peace.
his hands so long as he can keep $5,000,000, for engines and since the shipping season began School closed fur the holidays on Fri was in 1503: that the first black tamp act. The powder was kept In All you have to do la 1 let the other fellow -

the Cubans busy running for freight' cars to be delivered as two months ago.The day. Miss Tompkins, the principal, lead pencil was sharpened. a schoolhouse and the militiamen have his way.
During the reign of Edward the Con- when filling their horn with It. left Some rather difficult to )
office. soon as the shops can possiblyturn Record sincerely) hopes that none and Mien Moffatt gave the pupils a surprise things are
9 fessor of England the practice of employing some spilled on the floor. understand especially when they are
in she
shape of a Xmas tree on I
them out. The orders this
of the fruit was so damaged that it can The school children, playing with '
surnames began. explained by some cm? who doesn't un-
The present will be the great- system placed for 1000 delivery not be marketed. The unprotected which' was an apple and a bug of candy Lord Avebury, otherwise' Sir John the black grains, set them on fire and I ..", them.-:Chicago News

I'', est tourist season in the ,history have not more than half been fruit appears in good condition and it for each. Miss Moffatt recited a pleas. Lubbock was the first person in England the train led to n powder barrel;wldch
should be at .. lug selection" which was much enjoyed exploded with tremendous
shipped on.:
to have his photograph taken. Wonderful
filled, and it is utterly impossible !Several Christmas dinners The schoolhouse was COocOMBlon'l, A Woman."What .
No damage reported as having been were given The first ship was brought from Is
flockjug sort of a woraan yourfriend
for it to handle the great busi- done the trees, even to the emaIl ones among our people. Mrs. freeman enjoyed Egypt to Greece by Dantus in 1485 many children were killed.A madame the countess?"

Ia"" ness promptly and efficientlywith They were in excellent condition to the company of her family at B. C. The first double decked ship fire la Andover In. 17TO luiined, to "She Is a woman of sixty, who look.
old house the meet-
/, The country is prosperous and present equipments. The stand a freeze. They were in a dormant home The Orange City Hotel serveda was built by Tyrtans T80 B. C. I low the ground hniiRp.. nil rid Its three next|ont'lv and fifty thlnk's she's forty, dresses llk-

;'s this always means a big tourist roads are up against a proposition condition and a dry freeze never does swell dinner to something over forty, The first woolen cloth made in Eng thirty, and acts like twenty."

Florida. the damage to the fruit or the trees aa a Including the family. Here the guest land was manufactured about 1330.
season for that they can not help, and loitered though it was not dyed and dreued by
freer following a rain or when the for a time while being entertained .

would doubt they must take the roasting theyare ground Is soaked by recent rain falls. with music, both vocal and instrumental the English until 160T. y
The Governor no The first record of coal is about BOO
getting from their patrons. reuitntlons, and good cheer 't&
call an extra session of the ;years before the Cbr..t1an.ra. Coal
of They could give the desired service generally was used a* fuel In Europe a* early
Legislature for purpose if they could get orders The Drug Store Morgue, The Christmas trees at the Congregational Watts & Miller Co.
passing some Everglades drain- Every drug store baa its morgue In and Methodist churches were
he desired but filled for cars and engines. which repose bottlei of uncalled for Tcureou'. 0........ (Incorporated)
age measure that things of beauty not to be forgotten for
medicine. Apropos of Tennyson' gruffness I I. a
a he is not certain. what: that body Why not extend the local "Seldom a week passes that we do many a day. Tastily decorated, loaded story repeated by the London Chronicle. HARDWAREFURNITUREUNDERTARING

would do with the measure. It option law a little further, and not put up a prescription that la never with presents, they were fine eights Tennyson, in his last day gave ,
called for" said one druggist. "Why Excellent: programs well carried out audience to an American, a friend of I
may be killed .at. the beginning. penalize the advertising of intoxicating In the world the people that thus neglect added not a little to the evening's pleasure Longfellow and Lowell who came We are carrying this Fall a very attractive line of ...

: liquors in counties their remedies after ordering them and fall houses on both evenings armed with credential "I bope yon .

e The United States Departmentof which voted against the sale of compounded will go to the trouble of appreciated the efforts made by those in don't write" was the caution old po Bedroom Suits, Parlor Furniture, Hall Racks Bed

Industry has secured three consulting a doctor 1 II more than I can charge, et's first remark. "No my lord, and 1 ,

thousand acres of land in Florida and the soliciting of orders for figure out. If they don't want to take don't talk!I" was the swift reply.' This Lounges Felt Mattresses National Springs.
the sale of intoxicants? The lie stuff prescribed they certainly don't Don't forget the annnai V. I. A meet- response set Tennyson at his ease, and ,

cf which will be planted with cam- in such counties have to, but they might at least have log to be held the first Thursday in he at least "talked." to his guest's vast

phor trees at once. Camphor is newspapers the grace to come and take It home January, 1907 or the annual meeting of contentment. A Very Complete Line of China and Japanese Matting

r ingredient in the should keep "bitters" and whiskies after we have gone to the trouble to the Library Association on the first ----.-..

r? an important out of their columns.-Wash- prepare It, and not throw It back a Monday In January. The incorporators Tb. Little 0._ We will take pleasure In .knowing: you through our

manufacture of smokeless powderand ington Verdict. dead loss on our bands. In most cases of the new Cemetery Association will Many wrinkles are smoothed away by extensive stock at any time. Careful attention
the camphor tree flourishesin we keep the mixture Indefinitely hoping the soft fingers of little children. The given all Mall order :J. : : : :
also hold a meeting to elect officers on
Some of them do. This
news that the customer will show music of their flutellke voice calm
this State like the green bay. up he first Tuesday after the first MondayIn
paper has never carried any kind some time and ask for the bottle. If be most turbulent mood and banishes! UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT.Mr. .
we happen to know the deilnquent'eaddress January. A full attendance is requested the darkest frown. The power of the
The Governor will have a big of an advertisement for a whiskey J. H ,a graduate
Dues in Gentry
we send it around O. O. D., at all of these. are little one consists In their Innocence.

N job on his hands in trying to or "bitters" house, and but people who make a practice of ordering order. They bear In their Lands that lily the in the embalming State Board and of Health licensed 1*by In l

will. We have clean lot medicine that they Intendto magic might of which gates ol bras
bring around the members of the never a never A Queer c..... charge of this department and
take are not likely to leave their ..filet.JOHN will and careful
coming Legislature to his way of of advertising matter, and, attribute cards with the druigIBt.-New York "Riding on an elephant In Ceylon behind attention give to prompt every detail of thin

getting laws passed for any further a goodly part of it to not Sun. ( a native prince on a hunting ex-: work.
lodltlon," said a clergyman, "the con'eraatlon -
l& prosecution of his attempt admitting whiskey ads in our Hard ..<< Soft -Water. chanced to turn on Indigo- Funeral Supplies

4 to drain the Everglades.; There columns. Almost every week we All natural waters contain a greater Ion, to which 1 said I was subject B. WELCH,

is nothing in it except drainingthe turn down some kind of a proposition or less. amount of mineral water In so- The prince at once pulled out a black Always In Stock.
which be ,
to advertise whiskey es lution. Rainwater has the smallest leather button kind of thing,
State treasury percentage of solid Impurities of any, wits wearing on a string round. his neck
l B WW>l>I M BB I tablishments. Our space is reserved and therefore It Is taken as the standard under his clothes. Fancy and Staple Groceries Tobacco

The cotton growers have received ,for better business, and variety of soft water. The a"soft" "What1* this' said I. Cigar. .of

10 cents for the present we are getting Tallahassee and"bard," however, as appliedto '''A hyena' snout,' was the startling
!: water are, scientifically considered, reply Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc

'.} ,crop, and it has brought hundreds True Democrat. purely relative.A "'What for? ++4++1+4N.. . . .. ... . .
of millions of dollars into the The Democrat is doing the cor water Is usually reckoned to be'soft" "'To cure Indigestion.! Beat and Freshest Canned Goods,
"'How It do this" constantly on hand, and all first
when It contains less than can
'_4.c'atli Never before have the rect thing. When a people vote one five-thousandth: part of Its weight "'It I Is very simple. A hyena get It* class Groceries for your table.

cotton growers been so prosper- to prohibit the sale of whiskeyin of mineral Ingredients and "hard" living by digging up and crunching old Why Suffer When You Can

y''i ,on* as they are now. While a a county, no public agency, when It contains more than one four- bonell. Now It possesses In its snout Country Produce bought
this virtue that when Its nose
big cotton was. grown, thea' a newspaper for instance, shouldin thousandth. Soft water has the property peculiar Get
crop of easily forming a lather withsoap approaches anything hard such a* Order receive careful attention Quick Reliefby

'corn, ,hay, wheat, potato and any way encourage: the importation and Is, therefore, suitable for bono*, these tough substances Instantly and delivery prompt. You will
of the stuff in while bard grow soft and enable the animal to eat and my price a. low as the lowest.
; other crops have not been neg- their washing purposes, water Give me a call.
,! The Record will only form a lather, and that Imperfectly them with Comfort and benefit So you the use of D. L.V.Bell's Florida HerbalDiscovery '
lected. county. rever accepts with considerable difficulty. will find that If you keep this charm ? Ask: youftriendeaodneighboreabout

whiskey ads, even if the A mineral water has more than onewothousandth landing! round your neck the proximity i FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET the wonderful cure being effected by __

'What a bright future Joe Bailey county voted wet, it would refuse of Its weight of natural of the hyena's nose, though dried up In Connection. the remedies being offered by Or. Bell. Go '!! !
and lifeless will soften your food to the Osteen Pharmacy and procure some
dissolved solids, and a medicinal water
the brilliant young United. such business. It cannot be Is mineral however Indigestible, to such an extent of the Florida Herbal Remedies. No matter. .Jf "
a variety of water con tn lung
States Senator from' Texas, had the agency: in any form to assist a varying percentage of dissolved that you will never again suffer' from -- -- -. -. what your complaint, you will be benefltted
by these Greatest Discoveries of the ,
age ,
"a" before 'him.' : His mix up with in throwing such demoralizing natural solid or gaseous drugs. indigestion: For sale by .' (, ,

corporations and his attempt to influences about the Ipllh ql
1 : people. 1w. : .J'.
;! ... r..II..ltI.., Pop.lo.. 0_.. I Ie .> >
,deny; :it, has ended what would "A respectable minority," writes an A professor of the Swiss Dairy schoolat ,

f have been very' "conspicuous 'n:. LittleJiiLc.. Cng'lsh' critic .!"still Insists upon pro- Sonntal Las compiled statistics of I : The Osteen Pharmacy \ [

'political career. The love of the "Yen." mlniltuM+ \ .. il Iltalm..r. "tlit-tr, Doimi'Ing the name of the classic horse be number of micro organism. found ,f
III cheese. His experiment lead to the I II Ir
raring event 'Derby' Instead of 'Dar-
almighty dollar has brought; an are n Brent nwij! r.l I,:.< l-i.. mv him' !. .
by although almost nobody who I III conclusion that every gram (one-thir
i end his usefulness public neon Beth of an ) of fresh Eirnvntbaler :- ,
to ai a ""Wutit la 1'iii't" nxKctj the not either American or hopelessly old part ounce ,
: ervant, of the people.of the Lone: passenger." jour portly | fashioned any longer call a 'dark' a (Swiss) cheese contains between ... -.L- "

t' cluck! There la really no doubt as to 90,000 and 100.000 living aerma.. I ., ,
"L ..
1' ulber. niiMnpiv.l drummer" as -
Sta.rlltate.'I: the pronunciation of the name of the After two month the'number bus Increased I -
'I ho ll.-l:ted a fresh |paper coffin, null.Chlcflfo .-*
1 New" great race since It take It* name from to 800,000. Cream cheese contains ...... ................,..........*........... '
Under .i. decision i of the United \ the Earl of Derby's title, which Is taken a still larger number of anlmal- .. %
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6t te. Court of Appeals at New Dee.rtlou. from the hundred of Went J>erby, In cnlae a gram harboring after three "

'' Lancashire,. which II 'Darby,'.accordng week 700.000, to 2,000,000 after WSSTf.TRB8T i
i' rising
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Orleans affirming a' former-; "That .now torn, hand of yours OMd II! S DAY-; Nanv .
to local There 1 evidence month '
to be a boohkefper" speech. a and a balf. Thee figure apply M. CABLE PIANOS .YOItK.CITY '" .
.. ,w olaion of Judge.peer of Georgia .J'llow do you know" a* to the pronunciation of the name as only to the center of the cbeaew i AUCTION SPECIALISTS |
'r I far back a* two. la the fact that a while close to the rind famillea l'
bithag', t..M'f&nroad..' from "Ei wry time be stops work for a min num- suit the pocket. well a*the eye and I
'' lumber ute lie tries to the behind French writer who had evidently only bering 5.SOO.OOO bacteria may be found because if moderately priced, ; GRAPEFRUIT
'''' '' fte OHL to pot pitchfork earl 9RANoas. ,TANGERINES. PINEAPPLES, ETC. |
f"i.( hi. earV'-Kllezenfl beard the name spoken.then referredo i la every gram of eh_ In about made and bansomelf Hatched. It
t.Intl itot of tiff Ohio River Rt..ttllJ\ the 'Comte d'Arble." It la has a strongsweet tone, of ,
,:1 t an example one and a halt pound of cream' cheese, : great tAte.A'-' PIsMS PraM '
.':: r..Iro.4twll becompelledto : of the caprlclonines of language the professor estimates, mere are a* range and volume, and Ia I constructedon ; i a.ca..p "I
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the Next W Days been\ tberetarned

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with his feat 'r '-!''.
shipping orangi"Ovacer 'i: ,iAq o and the exercises by w

tr **. Japanese iVases Goods, Decorated China.. ."Woods! sty line, heavy I'enjoyed by large congregation

delivery hoorf -yarcbaued from the different churches. The children, tot?

Cups and Saucers Cranor stables this week. The delivery I were made happy in the distribution of

horse be had for several years, died a ;presents from trees, Santa Claus appearing

few weeks ago. and assisting in the dlstnbatloo.Thft .

*", :Comb and Brush Sets Mr. B. E. Brown, the new owner and I hotels and boarding houses had Clothes -

.' .. proprietor of the Putnam Inn, and fine dinners for their guests and those

> *>!. Smoking, Sets and Cigar HoldersCome family arrived from P Pennsylvania who had prepared no home dinners,
: dined
of these
at some one places.
Brat of the week
'. to remain here the M. M. FOUNTRi1
r balance of the season. The spread at The College Arms was

and make your selection while prices are low Lots of as fine and aa elaborate aa ever given
strangers: continue to come
: h .-.9.. .l.A Ut "ftOala ft' ."a St .. _.
there being fourteen courses, preparedby _. .
enough 'after New Year's. The fast -- -- -------

tourist trains from New York and the hotel's famous French chef and The family. of Mr. R. C. Bashnell are There will be an increased road tax, I

'. Chicago go on week after next. he and Manager and Mrs. Holland are pending the week at Oeteen. collected this year and aa soon M this

.l And Remember we are having Superintendent of Schools A, O. Botta being heartily congratulated by the Old school books bought sold or exchanged tax Is collected tbe Commissioners will
guests over one of the best dinners ever
begin at once repairing the roads over
and many of the public school teachersof at Fisher's drug store.
; served in the State of Florida not onlyin the county and making more bard snr- .
the tire In attendance at the Miss Marie entertained
county Longdon
t'A the varied courses bat the excellent a face ones x
;\ RUG SALE THIS WEEK annual seRHlon of the State Teachers' large number of her frlenda last evenng .
in which
manner they were prepared Among the recent arrivals at the Col'lege
.\1 Association at St. Augustine, this week. It was a Christmas party.
\ and served. The menu cards were a Arms was Dr. Blackburn of Indiana -
See Blanket and Rug Display in Show Window Mr. Ralph Tanner, who la located in work of art. The front page containeda Rev. J. E Mickler and family are who baa entered upon the practice,

.... business in St. Louis, Is spending the wreath of holly with the red berry over from Daytona spending the boll- of osteopathy at that, popular hostelry.
holidays with his father and mother lays with Judge and Mrs McCrory.
and the mistletoe, surrounding a picture The doctor will respond to calls in the

and sisters. His brothers Will and of a large fireplace and roaring fire. Mrs Laura. Bennett came up from city end receive resident patient, at his ,,
George, are yet in the army, stationedin office in the hotel.
) At the top were the words "Christ- acksonville Monday, and Is upending

r Cnba. tuna greetings" and at the botton the the holidays with her sister Mrs. S. W The law offices! of Messrs. Stewart

Yon may have the attention of an Instructor words -The College Arms, DeLand Johnston. & Bly are now in Judge Stewart'a new t
G. A. DREKA & CO.Phone building west of the bank and a very 1
who has had : vcr twenty-five Florida. The insert was tied in with
: Brill reports the largest holiday trade suite of rooms they have. The
years' experience. He will Instruct you ribbon, on first page of which was he baa ever done, and wishes to return office or the DeLand Naval Stores Co. 1
personally suiting the Instructions to Christmas, 1000, followed by an appropriate Is also located now In this building. "_'
Christmas The third many thanks to his customers for their
poem. page
77 DeLand, Florida your case so that yon can understand of the inaert contained the following generous pttronaneWOraoge Yon w1l1'not. be held back on accountof ..;
them at Beelar's School. tempting mean: others; neither will yon be unduly
I r[ City Lake Helen Olenwood hurried over things imperfectly understood -'
The wood men have done a rnxhlug Oyster Cocktail Russian Canape Bereaford, Spring Garden, DeLeon ; but yon will go jnat as fast an .i
business this week. Many were caught yon can thoroughly master the subjects,
... without a supply of wood when the cold Consomme Nature in tasse Springs and other places around De.t.od and no faster. This is the only correct ,
with did lots of holiday shopping with way, Beelar'i School.Osteopathy i
spell struck this section the first of the Chicken Broth rise:

week The DeLand. Wood Yard Co. re Tomato an cronton taLand merchants. Y+

ceived 73 orders dining last Monday. Aa appears from notice elsewhere! In In DeLand. I
Olives Celery Pickles The Record the Carpenters' Union of
Miss Minnie Pattlson, a popular teacher Dr. J. B. Moseley, graduate of American
I Chow Chow Itadiebes
this place will ask for eight hours aa a
- -- ---- in the schools of Detroit Is visitingher I School of Osteopathy, Kirkaville

AT THE CHURCHES. A Fine Entertainment. LOCALSYNOPSIS.i I parents during the holidays Mr.I Boiled Sea Bass, caper sauce day's work beginning 90 days after science.Mo., under A. T. Still founder of -t.' J
January let, 1007. ,
'- The entertainment given at the opera I .I and Mra. C R. PattBlon, and< sisters Pommes de Terre nativite Office Putnam Inn. _ttl .

At the Presbyterian 1'bnrch. hone Wednesday evening by Prof. !Mrs. Stalls Misses Carrie and Flora While descending a stairs at her home .....,
Boiled Virginia Hum, currant sance ,
Monday night. Mrs T. E. Eocles fell
Bible school at 0:45: sharp Morning Ambrose Leo Suhrie, of tbe John B. rilE IMPORTANT SEWS! ITEMS: !' OF I >and her nl.'phewsl\1ea8Ts. Ralph Pattlaon Beef Tongue, champagne sauce The Marsh Market. '
and strained the muscles
pretty severely
worship at 11 o'clock Theme of sermon and William Stnlta.
: decided
Stetson University, was a success.
"Believing "in' or Believing 'on" theo THE PAST!< WEEK. I Pate an Champlgnon a la Reine of one of her legs, and is confined to her If you want the choicest cuts of Meats 'r"i ,
Prof. Sahrle assisted Prof. !Mr. and Mra. George 1 E.!: Davis arrived ,
was / -
/ Lord Totti Frnitti C'roustade glace aa ram
Jesus Christ.
.. Endeavor society home from the'accident, eave your orders with us. The best of
at 6:45.: Evening worsblpat7:80: : Theme Hill, of the music department of the Lorn and Itm for the P .'. I' Friday last from the Lawrence, Mass., Roast Ribs of Prime Beef an Jus Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and .
of sermon, "The Beat Use of Time." same University which added much to home, and are domiciled for the winter Roast Leg of Spring Lamb mint sauce Mr,. Foote, of Nova Scotia who came Chops Sausages, Hamburg Steak. y. .
All not attending elsewhere are cordially the evening' pleasure. Piof. W. y H p.r...Brl.l Mention of Parts ". I| at their DeLaaud home on Rich Ave. to DeLand in the fall accompanied by fresh and salted: Hams, Breakfast Bacon

invited. Mickel. also of Stetson, was here, and arm l>v our aeport.r.w. 1 j They would have been here a month Hoiimn Punch her two children, to spend the winter eto Courteous attention and prompt. ..

St. Barnabas' Chnrch. Profs Hill, Mickel and Doyle and Le- --- ago, bat for an illness Mrs. Davis had with her uncle Mr, Henry Carson died delivery. '
Roast Jersey Turkey, cranberry sauce Marsh Bros. .
I Thursday morning after a brief illness.
land Carlton formed which tbe lute full.Commssioner .
St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Bar. a quartet S. Taylor Dentist. during

Campbell Gray, Rector. rendered excellent: mnslo. Altogether Rug sale on at Dreka's tbls week. Brook, of the south end Boiled and, Mashed Potatoes Mr. and Mra. H. S. Winters came up

Deo. 80th Octave Sunday of Christmas. it was a little the beat entertainment I district, will have to heed the appealsof Spaghetti Italienne Green Peas From Jacksonville Monday to spend the The Monroe Place
Dr. Mellette'a Remedies at Allen's.Gold .
7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a. m. MornIng ever given in the Wanchnla opera honse. tbe Orange City people in the matterof String Beans Asparagus in Cream. holidays with Mrs Winter parents, Ou Woodland Boulevard, near the
prayer; 9:80: a m. Sunday school, -Florida Advocate. Deo. 21, 1906. Medal an] Pillsbnry's flour "t. tbe of the shell road between Steamed Rice Mr. and Mra. J. F Allen Mra. Win- University churches and po tofHcto.
10:80: a. in. High Celebration with ser repair Convenient
.& Drek, .. ters will remain until after New Yearsto to all. Sonny rooms and
'-" mon 9 p. m. Evensong. Daily service at 0 DeLand and that place. As soon aa Cucumber and Tomato Salad the best meals that our market can ,
Lettuce ,
0 v. ,. .. The Garden of the Lord, All the mails have been late the past land are at hands Mr. Brooke will attend the marriage of her slater, Miss I supply For home people and tourists

week or two. doubtless put a force at work fixing Peach Meringue Pie Pumpkin Pie! Fannie Allen which takes place next: : MRS. R. P. MOORE,

Baptist Charch. by Patrick King.In Buy Tetley's India sad Ceylon Teas of this road np. English Plain Pudding, Tuesday. DeLand Fla
.f Mrs. Stella Onerbackrr
Services at the Baptist church will bees Memory
London bard and brandy wince .
usual at 11 and Sherrill. England. The DeLand merchants dida .u. - ---- ------ ---- -
a. m. 7:80: p. m. certainly ._.. 9.....
Morning sermon: "Thought for the Our Earthly Garden plots contain Fine line blankets 'being shown at big holiday trade. Last Friday Saturday .mu..yStrawberry \ .
Closing year:" Ladles chorus. Solo by Such sinfal. shameless weeds: Dreka'i this week. and all day Monday the stores Bavarian Cream
Mrs Oatea. Eevening sermon: "Lord Such Thistles! thoughtless vlscions vain: Assorted Cakes Vanilla Ice Cream
I Will Follow Thee Anthem-Solo. Ho! Rocks and Reeds! Trespass notices, printed on cloth, for were crowded with holiday sbopper
Yon are cordially Invited. That many Angels passing over stop sale at The Record office. Especially was this the case at stores Mixed: Nuts Ch'lttprRalaloa! Dates

Methedlst Eplseopal'tlaueh\! In pity now and then Dreka & Co. are offering special bargains whoa ads appeared In The Record. The Apples Oranges irk.
And let a Saintly seedling drop. shoppers were here too. from H.
Regular services Sabbath at 11 this week. See their ad. many Malaga Grapes
To grow and gladden men. sections of the county. WOODALL
a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10a Bat when that seed In Beauty: rears For bargains in real estate and grove American Cheese Edam Cheese '
m; Junior Epworth League 8 pmSen-; Its head for all to love. property see John L. Nnckola. Reports reach The Record that it is ; ,
) lor Epworth League 8 80 p m; mid-week An Angel cornea again and bears :. the consensus of opinion among tbe Crackers ..'.,
1r prayermeeting Wednesday, 7 80 p m. A The full blown flower above The winter term of Stetson University growers over the county that the oranges
Ueinl TasaeTarpanlina
TT cordial invitation is .extended to all Twas bat a Pledge, a Loan at best,
begins next Wednesday. not this
are serionely Injured by
these service
A scented strand
sweetly Fine Groceries
St. Peter'e Catholic Church. Connecting with the Loved and Blesa'd, Obelisk Hour, the kind that is good i week's cold. The Record hopes sincerely at Dreka'a. .1.1FOR

Beyond in Beulab Land. for bread and pastry, at Dreka's. I that such is the case, bat would l Carl Miller la spending the week: on
Morning and evening service every And such She was. the one ye mournin advise the !growers to send the fruit off
Mr. Wm. H Padgett was an Enterprise he coast.
Sunday with the exception of the second tossed :
sorrow, tempest
Sunday of each month. M... and Sermon And hearts with bitter anguish torn, visitor to DeLand Saturday.If to luaikel. Where there la the least Fisher's drag store is head quarters THE HOLIDAYS we are receiving the New Crop of1'
at 10 a. m., followed by Sunday The Lily loved and lost. damage i.y cold the fruit does not keepso
school. Evening service 7:30.: And never, never never more in want of a carriage\ or wagon call well on the trees for' school books. Fig, Dates Nuts and Evaporated Fruits; also New Pack

Her smile shall brighten ye. at Hodgkin's: he can suit yon as toqnal- One of the prettiest family Christmas Mr. and Mrs. S B. Wright are inov Pumpkins, Fresh Mince Meat, and Republic Plum Pudding

r Boxes: of' Choice Oranges" ; Can Ba Had Until upon the Sacred Shore Ity and price. trees seen in DeLand homes this week lug Into the Holbrook honne.' Just received Fresh Buckwheat, Rye, Graham and Entire
Across tbe Sombre Sea
j It V lam ready to furnish boxee of orange, Among the Sainte and Seraphln All text books need In the public was at the home of Mr. and Mra. D. B. Fountain ia making a big redactionon Wheat Flour, also Samp and Yellow) Meal.

M t grapefruit friends Chrietm N for On Heaven'. Holy sward schools of the county can be had at Paxton given for their two little children boys' clothing. Read his ad.
p aending to as .* e Flaher drag store. For a Good Breakfast" try a package Prepared Buckwheat
Ye sit with her and rest within s Master James and Miss\
J Year' All choice frail Ruth. Fresh evaporated apples, peaches,
presents nicely
The Gardens of the Lord. or Flap Jack Flour with Scudder'a Pure Canada Sap Maple Syrup.
i packed and ready for shipment From Louisville Mr. Thomas E. Eccles came over from The tree was artistically decorated with apricots, prunes and figs at Dreka'a.. !
i Ky.
T. B. ARNOLD. paper New Smyrna Monday to spend the holidays Christmas colors, and loaded with pretty COFFEES-Try our Barrlngton Hall Steel Cut at 35c; and.
Phone 82, two ring. -.- with the family. presents. Master James and Miss Ruth In brewing Tetley'sTeas. follow directions our "Niagara" at 25c la rowing more popular every day. \
on package to obtain best re'
NOTICE. Special BargainIf Miss Adelaide Davis arrived home the gave: their many thanks to Santa for his units.Messrs.. Our Fall Stock Is now complete, and we would be pleased to

sold within the next thirty days: latter part of the wee.. from a summer' remembrance. A number of friends Hough & Hough are opening have you call and examine the Finest Stock of Groceries In the r
Beginning nlnty day after Jan. let, 44 acre In large budded orange trees. stay at the Tennessee home. were present. business city. r'
I '1907, the member of Local 1838 United Good house and barn city water in They got out of wood last Mondayand tip a large tarpentine over at

Brotherhood of Carpenter! and Joiner house and yard house is renting for $10 For Sale-A lot of fresh Kentucky Tuesday for the DeLand branch Cspanola. Yours respectfully, w

of America, will work bat eight boar per month; within four blocks of public grain, hay and chicken feed. All choice.Address locomotive and trains Passengers Mr. Andrew Llnqnlst is at home fromungenesa
,a lay. We hope thia will meet the approval schooL Fruit brought $400 thia season.' no ran. -
, ) Ga., spending the holidays
, <' of interested parties.! All for $3.300! Apply to R. D Martin DeLand, Fla. and the mails had to be transferred with tbe family. Phone_79 A. H. WOODALL.

r 4"E.. B. STBVVKNS: : B. D. W. W.: ALCO'rr. Wanted-A boy to take care of horae to and from the Junction by
: For Rent-Large, pleasant room,
and do general rhoaes about the house. hacks Agent Powa baa been pat to located. Board
-- centrally optional. Address -
1 I .l\\1\ Call at George E. Davis', East Rich Ave considerable trouble for the past month P. O. Box 616. '-'''' at.

__ New Year' Tuesday next, and are securing wood for the engine. All the Mr. Oscar Davis, now working in --.--

you going to torn over a new leaf If laborers and teams have been busy with Jacksonville is spending the holidays at ._

Did You Ever Know yon make those resolution stick to the marketing of tbe orange crop in borne with his parents and sisters.

them. this section. Those who usually. cut Dr. Odnm Fanning attending/' the At-

.- and tell wood could make more plrk- lanta Medical College. la spending the J. F. ALLEN & CO.
MM MMMH BVMnMWMVM MH H B Mr. and Mr. J. J. Bishop were over DeLand
log, packing and hauling A holidays at with his brothers.
\. A better tirpe to .rt"by the fire and 'read ? Below we from Daytona Beach tbls week spending supply coal, waa had Tuesday night, Mr. and Mrs. McNelll are here from s
Christmas with R. J.
Major Bishop
name a few of ,the JfEW BOOKS just received forJij" and and the regular runs were resumed. Jacksonville, spending the holidays with Leading Furniture House of Vblusla CountyWe .
family. MoNeill'a
! ; h. Mra. parents, Mr. and Mrs.P .
Iti. Mr: E. A. Blackman: who, until a A. Flodlne. v
Mrs Boud and Miss Schafer from
invite comparisons In style and ,
r 'JIP.! CIRCULATING LIBRARY '" few year ago resided at Defend, now The Florida for prices
riP !I.Q; who spent last winter Agriculturist, many
11 '' to. e here again for residing at Cambridge III., writes to this years published at this place has passed -

; ,:;;' F1l-htlnIl'Obanc -Chambers Jane Cable-McCutcheon office that he long! to be back In Florida into new being hands the a new Mr. Connally owner of Jacksonville Entire Bedroom Suits .
and with DeLand
4 \; Call of the Wild London friends, to once more
Tide of Barhegat-Smith "" :
1(, Treasure of Heaven-Corellt Woman in the Alcove-Grj ? enjoy Florida's superb climate. He Miss/ WaHs' Engagement Dining Room Furnishings *.
says It I I. very cold North and he can ?
tfI TheBaadsofPleuure-Youn& Lady Baltimore-Wist er illy stand it. Since leaving here he Mr. and Mrs W. C. Watt announce Parlor Den and Library"Needs
t ir Little Shepherd of Kingdom The Gentleman! from lad the engagement of their daughter Car 31
Come-Fox a /grandfather The wife ot:f rte Bath to Mr. Robert Alexander Wilson ,
Jr. Tarklngton
. r son presented him with Rugs Stair Carpet Matting: rfrtWT
a of Georgetown, Ky. Tbe marriagewill I %>H Jjjf j
t \ and hi* daughter take place In January.W. *f.' '
I ."f Read aa many at you like at. ten cents a wee i'ale. who married --CrexJapBrusseia3; :!

1. him .. .. ;y. :
also wit ; ---

''L : :::; ;:"J5 W.. A., Allen<<;;Co. DeL r..J3laokmBo.8m.mbered The newest idea in Furniture and ; the best- qualities always; *..t' i' ;;

" SS Where You Get Pure Drug* to r .
;: **, .: .. and WILBUR BLACKBUHH ... '' )
In. ha feel, .t.
t..; : li! )I i1 sad iu. order* receive,m.prompt_ : 5.>and. careful 4 Oar. neb with them throng! ,j. ..JSTEOPATHICHYSICMN :I Phone No.: csa .J., .F. S .ALLEN,, &*. ,COx: .......,.....e.a.L ...; ;

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Oy Des hint promptly' evvry weak THE COUfde AIMS ; .

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VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. The Manufact rers' Record has A COLD SPELL IN FLORIDA. ALL OVER THE COUNTY omErtfiistrator's' Notice. I .,

compiled a table from the figuresof Volusla County, Florida I An Abundance of Fruit ,

= =-===- -- Freezing Weather, as far South, as ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED' TO They ,.Judge of said Court I .I'
the census bureau showingthat I or highest quallty.'finely; colored and flavored. Is the direct result of

Entored: in the l'o '.o1lluo al Poland. .' Via., the value of property in the i Fort Myers. THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS I The //rOourt..of Purcell Administration applied to on this the I I a complete fertlllier containing from 7 to ii per cant of supplying .
as soiiond OHHB! matter. I >
i t Pullon deceased late of I
South had increased from $12-
the Mal .. (
------ A oold "pell struck Florida last I I I II POTASHto
Oai,833,376: in 1000 to $15,628- pretty -- of soft ft are therefore to cite and admonish : t
B. E. PIIEYATT, Editor I'roprlotor. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday the I the kindred and creditors I ,

"-- 071,285 in 1001. The increase in coldest Christmas the people of Florida Orange City. I and or8ll1l'I1a deceased, to be and appear: :before I the tree,'vine or 'bushi' t" J

values the two and In the gvourt, on or before the let day of Januto I "Plant. food' III'., a.book wjll,'w9"< a place in the library of 1.
The man behind the these during past years have experienced for ;years, on, A. D. 11)07, and file obleotlons, If any I J J any

gun has been quite as great as between upper portion of the orange belt the (Miss Ada G. Massey la the duly &0- part v have to the granting letter as afore- I Iii gladly grower.mull We ic to will all .

days fails to attract half as much 1000 and 1004 whereforethe fruit was more or lens injured where credIted agent: of The Record at Orange fruUyad.! .:otherwise the sums will,bj: granted as I \applicants.oilman ,I

newspaper notice as the lady behind not protected by fires going through the City and will accept subscriptions and I lug Witness my name as County Judge of theo I

the Record concludes that the night, for the mercury dropped in this ads for the same. Any courtesies extended -I )ounty aforesaid, this' 10th day -of Novem-I Kail Works f )
gun. her will be duly appreciated.) November, lliou
I -.11:
wealth of the South is quite *
now section as low as 23 degrees and at this y J. LEE New York. "
MoCRORY i ia .
Mr. Oortelyou will now move $18,000,000,000, which is doubt- temperature, for several boars the I County Judge. 93 Naaiau. Stnat.Atlanta .
Mrs. White-Thorpe has been the ....
solid ball. on .. Qa., ":
will freeze as as a
less conservative estimate.A orange ;
up to tha Treasury Department a sick \list for several days. Foreclosure Sale 1224 Candlar Bultdlngi /
.- But it watt a very dry and peculiar ,

and get three blocks closer to the newspaper is in no sense a freeze and many who had not shipped Mrn Hitchcock antI daughter of B Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure \I t ..-' 1

White House at any rate. their fruit to market believed that it is ton Ohio. are at "Palmetto Cotta/JT and sale rendered III the Circuit; ------- --, '7-' .,,,,,,, ,-;--- It.' I
child of charity. It earns twice Court; of the Seventh Judicial Circuit "
not seriously injured. While there was for the\ winter 7 V ,. i < WT mrofw* wjiru.uu U.UT-MPI *>M WBeapfl) Mut iJJ'AWVrim' <0PWaMKMiS1CF 1MB WSF
of Florida in and for Voiuslu County, in
If Mr. Diddle, the new ambas- over eve"ry dollar it receives and ice appearing in the juice they believe The library building: has *JTkeen (bunoory.ln; a cause therein pending,wbere- ;

lives it is second to no enterprise in tr In John 1>. llubburd I Is Complainant and W. tt
sador to St. Petersburg up the cells were not broken and the claimed' and pnt in shape 6 K. Davis Is Defendant, I will sell at public ATLANTIC WST LINE

to his name, he will be able to'' contributing to the upbuilding growers are !getting It off to market an wmtwr enterlnlnmontft, / 0* outory to the highest and best bidder for

keep the Russians guessing. of a community. Its patrons fast as possible. It Is all right if gotten Miss Belle Thnraby, who b *' C* cash Da Land.at tbe In front said door County; of tbe, during Court tbe House legal In .1

reap far more benefits from Its into market during the next ten days. teaching Spat ta Ga., la at ho* ((Q) hours of sale on Monday. January Tth A. I Florida ; "
A number of growers about DeLand D. 1117.),' being tbe first Monday in said Georgia Alabama Virginia North Carolina )
member in Congress her ,
There is one pages than its publishers, and in mother for a visit. I 0 month, the following lots, pieties, or parcels ,
who exhibits kept fires going all night and kept the Tbe Whist Club nf. land lying/ and being In tbe County of and South '
met Carolina
never any
calling for the support of the frost out of the frnlt and jn sjjch.ry>'' .*r on/r.ro"i} Volusla and State of Flurlda, described as I I 'I'II

t. cowardice on any measure_ pending ? -I community in which it is pub- the orange _l 18 up .... M. There"A."AA"were n,.elghI. .... I follows southeast, to-wltt illlirtAP The nf the south nuuthweat quarter Quarter of the S S S S .. __ .. _._ '

before that body, ana he is Ii ished, it asks for no more than rn un wi" ; of-section- --nineteen& ,- township- seventeen i The Great Highway of Travel from
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from Florida.-the lIon. Frank ( otice of Application for Tax Deed Under I / ; : I south, range thirty-one east, except a strip I "
in all fairness belongs to it. 3" Section 8, Chapter 4888. Laws of Notice of FinaiTLischarge. three feet wide on tbe north Hide sold to A'I ; Florida-East West North South 1 :

Clark. t hough generally it refp'' '".-; 'ull the't' Florida. W. Belden tbo whole containing aero ,
V. wtiita. Property, Notice l is hereby given that Dennis Bush, Notice Is berhpy given that six months more or less
win I anfl}[ ,,70 noted III'e'nlll'l'ly, pnrchaser of tax certificate !Mo! 4M.( after date. towlt-the 20ih day of March Also, beginning at tbe northeast corner $ To the .
If the President wants to dated the Srd day of July, 11)00) has IIlodaald 1907. the undarslxned, administrator ol the of lbs nortnwest quarter of section thirty, East, the Famous
PeacPrize he a S yo'Vmlcnt.. 01' Rex or uiiirltnl relation certificate in my office/ and has made estate of Kvelyn: U. Diane, w.llllie bin final township seventeen south, range thirty-one
another Nobel 'ill,' only dlHiiblllty attending these application for tax deed to Issue In ancord- aooount as snob admlnta'rator with the w treatv .I'"tVWel'lI anoe with law. Said certificate embraces I one and one-fourth feet thence south four .
ought to arrange a womuu'B pioiwty' (relations IN In noiliilitMiient annexed together with his vouchers with
.. any ntteuipt to l Iiilierltnuco. Their sex the following deaorlbed property situated tile c.'ounty Judge of Volusla county, S'loeida. .-! hundred anti eighteen feet, thence east two i
tocolor8omflflr"personnl I nffnirs. Mentor by ID Volusla county, Florida. towiE3efseof It- kt his oflli-e at DeLand, and ask lor an i hundred al>.tYoOne anti one-fomth feet T i UD Montgomery Route and Dixie oJ
. null social condllloii throw nliout Itiouit'odiiln sett of se.eo. 83, tp. 17 order of final discharge thence north four hundred and eighteen 1DJB WEST
Mo"accldentally. stepped Into the l'\'d\\I'lIllIt.. but) solely IIH to HIICCPKHlun south, range 80 east; B aorea This September 17th. 19043CHARLES feet to tbe plaeo of beginning containingtwo Flyer| via| Atlanta.
p....pen jaws of these huge clams at low a ui,1. I Inliorltnnce. There me no The said land being assessed. at tbe date l!. BLAB and one half aorea

tide. and the clams closing, their jaws, 1.11'1"11"i its to pureliitstf mid siilo, of name tbe of Issuance Eli Barrentlne of such certificate Unless said In certificate tbs Administrator with the. Will Annexed Special Muster BERT in FISH Chancery., ; Pulman': Cars and Through Coaches on all Trains :| V '
have told them fast until the tide .
: mid i.riu'inl I iidinlnlntrntloii. lu the ,
_shall! .be redeemed according to)law
rose when the men were drowned. 'wile of" linil: the husband remains nnonllro tax coon win issue inereon on ins iota --- ---- ---- Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all points via all
II : Other men have reached for a lure In I Htrinfw: : ho Ones nut Jciln I In Ihe day January, 1907. trains as far east as Washington and as tar West as 8t:: Louis CiViclnatti -
Witness amy official slgnntuta and seal and New Orleans; rates J"l.: ()(). -',1
the form of a luminous spot. The Instant
I'ood! of "cnii\eyniice" or participate In this the 14th day of Dec 1006.8AX'L _..______ __ ____ I
they touched It the shells of a (he jaIe. I'.nt In respect of Inlicillnnecthe D. JORDAN. I Consult the Purple FolderFor

I clam closed on their arms and In a "il'-utH" of women' are relatively Inloil Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Fla KLICKER BROS -

few minutes the men were drowned. \ .ii I' 11 I Iliofo of men detailed and;; full information regarding:;-rates:!, Pullman reserva I :, .
Some of these clams that trap men me f:1'\ In'' i'ilt one-hiilf daughters oneiiniic Hchedules. Call ,
': Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un tions on.jour nearest ticket agent, or write.
found In the coral reefs of the Pacific ..
"nlvt only one-eighth but If der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof IVEerclaant Trailers FRANK C. IlOrLS1'OV.. 1). STARK' Trinellng! 1'attn. Act.DlHt. .
and Indian and tho
oceans men captured
tlir wlfo has no rhlldiru she takes one- Florida. PIIHS. Agt. 138 W. Nt. JACKSONVILLE
are pearl divers. Tho flesh of I Jtay FLA. #
iiiniti| 'r. Wlu'ro there Is more tItan Notice l Is hereby given that Crescent Tim- .. S
W. J. CRAIG P. .Traf Hanai{ one of the huge clams sometimes one Tklfo ((11111 the Mohiuumednn law ber Co; purchaser Tax Certificate No. 42, I Four Doors South from
weighs twenty pounds. and nlded( to nllov.-i foui\ i time eighth or quarter, OS dated the 8rd day or June, A D. 1001, baa Fisher's Corner' .j@ooJNo\MooM "*#" *M&ttttoii&tt&wmwm&'y&w! i*$ '.
., died sold certificates In ollioo, and mndeapplication
: that are the 500 pounds or more of my .
lie. be dlRtrlbuted --------- ----- S
Ilia cnw inny mullet for
tax deed to issue in accordance -

I.l" shell.long by Tbe two shell and Is sometimes three-quarters five feet feet pro rata: nnvnig Ihcin nil. The wife Is the with law.described Said certificate embraces Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns ; ft The climate of the Knst Coast of Florida ",
,' "' :iilowwl!' but OIlp''hthth when there are following property situatedIn 'b
; wide. lillilifti. IIWIIIIHU the mother will share Volusla county Florldalowltl night, new, S Is lle r perfection Ilinn that of "J
Until aided Suits that fit Suits lined all any ;
X interest In se>i of swu, see. you, too, just superbly through
to a tloijn'u In the inliioi- child's Inheritance 34, tp 18 south r 88 east. \
Yavrnlniv FlaheM.It right, and through, otheF place on ellrt1i"Ie: 'ItJ
: nnil., tvnln.I dilMieii nre bound( The said land being asaessed at the date 4:
$ ; tll not generally known thnt flftb'j' Suits well made at right Suits that true-
n. wmn m riipiiblc. to contribute to of tbe Issuance of such certificate in tbe prices are a bargain S
yawn. The writer saw n turbot yawn name or John N. Burton. Waiting here. When
Hi mippnrt of the nioflipr.' l'urtim.rnull.a. you appear.
Unless said certificate sball be redeemed
twice and a cod once. the latter being
( tlioio l Is Inmrlilily: a ilowrj prorli1 according to law ukx deed will issue %_
one of the widest yawns Accomplished 'd by the liiisbniul lit the time of thereon on the Stb day of Jan.,11)07.) CONSULTATION I FREE. :

Jf: by any animal of Its size The yawn niniTliBA" which louiiilns: Inviolate to Witness my official signature and seal I 1
\ tf of a turbot being something not com.Iii. this the 7th day. of Dec itweHAM'f. .
the wlf( mill' If It him riot nil been pnld D. JORDAN KL1CKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda I
monly seen, deserves pnitloulnr de- ,
) ,
over! to her In mh-n 111'(' or If It has Clerk Circuit; Court Volusla County. pIta
I scrlptton. A tiirbot's mouth I Is twistedon __ .,
lip.'ii nwcl by the liiislinnd even for -w------- .
one aide rather 09 If it had belonged -
family noc<"Mltl<>n It runinlns a debt .
Notice of
Application for Tax: Deed Under -- -
to a round tab which one :
against the estate and must be paid Section 8 Lawsof 1 1OfilQon
Chapter 4888 Tin Gut
bad accidentally trod on and sqnnilioil Pipe fittinff- rooting A1
the other heir Florida.
tieroro TlHtrlbiitlon to
half flat The begins! at the lips, and _ r0U F
yawn T E EGCLES tering spoutin PumpS :
S llu> wife N not ciblliifd to contribute Notice is hereby given that Crescent Timber ,
which open as if to suck In water. I'l.iu IIPI' "ifpnnite e. Then the jaws become distended, and datedtbe tub day of J une. 1004,has tiled said \ ;
of the family. and If the bus-
It Ii teen that this Is going to be a certificate my ofllce,and ha made application to order. Repairing of al) &
!bund ham mused anv purt of tho wlfe'apioppttv fur tax deed to Issue in aocordunce with I
5 5 real genuine submarine fish's yawn. ( \ for Hiicli 1 purpose she may law. Haiti certificate embraces the follow Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds.! Satisfaction guaranteed. l .
But tie yawn goes on. works through .
r maintain ii suit nsniiixt him for Its ing described property situated in Voluslaoouny. ,1

:J the back of Its head distending the restitution. An for tIme dllugl>tora. It Is Undivided, Florida,Interest tow It-In of Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. ,
', plates of the skull nnd. comet out nt H se} swji, sea l ah
the I 1 pruRitineil, 'flint they require less thun 84, tp J3 south r 2tt asu 2u..orp (! (!
: gills which show the red inside

open I Ii.; Minn. mill t lucy inny ,reuiuln under The said land being assessed at the date of, .
are Inflated for a moment. and i j I IhLpi' >" .,.t l.: u of the male, lumnborsof the Issuance of such certificate in the name :
then. with a kind of ntretrlilng t>M\'or Clareasa Ritzwoller. Unless' said certlU .
of its back. the flab fliVttens out n pen In. { III. t i":ullOMMI, /sifter the breaking oate shall be redeemed according. to law.tax Now the time to orderSimon i rl
I up of limo luimo 1 lII'th"l'lIIore. should\ deed will Issue thereon on the Oth day ol ; .arnj
until if unusually bored. It relieves Jan 1007. I''
I Ilitn unifi>' (mill mmrliigu( Is universal r
Itself by another ;yawn.-Pearson'sWeekly. Witness my official signature and seal ; /
there\;. me no "ol.l iimids". ) they re- l
i : I this the 7ih day of Deo, low.SA ) i Pure No. 1 1for ( IArI
ccilvo n dowry fiom their husbiiiul.Baldiellur .- Jl'L 1). JORD VN, ,

: : Jllllg" lu North American Clerk Circuit Court, Volusla county *la = -==-- : J\\... -
Welllnarton'ii! Vanity.r : .
P Among the portraits at the Itoyn) --- -- ,- your grove and be sure of a large crop next i .i.iI
academy there are some which could Notice of Guardian's Sale and the nunom Orange Groto, Pineapple Plantation',
S All the best SIMON PURE
winter ue:
tell stories some with little touches to groves I I..I
Cocoanut Groves and goUblo Farms of the country tributary ta
reveal the IdIosyncrasies of subjects Notice l Is hereby given that tbe under -
no less than of Is the futt's Pillsstimulate signed guardian of Ecliib Bond, a minor.wlil FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : INDIAN RIVER, LAKE VOKTH and BISCATSE BAX ,a
paluteis. story ,
I on the second day' or January, ItKiT, apply
I of Lawrence's. portrait of the Duke of bibs Honorable! J. Lee MuCrory, Judge ofIneC'odntyJiidge'eCourtof art niched from JaLkiionTllle via tho .....

t Wellington commonly known The ; yolusm. County Fertilizer Co. "U FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAT. t'
II S duke bad only one vanity-bis wrist the TORPID LIVEK FloridaatleLmimul! in said County, for an E.O.Painter S
order to sell at sale the Interest
private <>i
;< was like steel. Mow, when he was : 7t."et'b: organH P
'< <. ., and are ui the said minor in and to the following real JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
given the sword of state to curry It equaled aa an eatate situate In Ibe Cliv: of DeLand.County 1
was his Infinite delight that be wall of Volusla and State of Florida to-wlti L- > ._ ._.._ --- ----- ,
iNTJ-CILIOUS) MEDICINE Tbe east four-fifths of lot one and (time
vi, : able to carry It upright. All his prude :
north one hundred twenty-five feet of tbe
cessors hud had to slope It toward tha In malarial districts their virtues are east four-fifths of lot four block six, according j
shoulder. He would KO dawn( to poe widely recognized: as they possess" to Howry's map of the City uf De- i
); terlty be ivx''I'. etl, glorified by the peculiar properties In freeing the Land on record In the ofnoe'of the iJierlt, of .
of bin wrlHt, system from that poison. Elegantly the Ciroult Court of Volusla(UounlyFlorida. .
In Milii Sir 'Ibuin
Lawrence sugar coated. Dated at DeLand, Florida, November: John B. Stetson r For lOp of beautiful book,"East Cout ef Florida",best map of : "
as pointed out that as ti 1904$. University
Take I\ln Substitute.- Ps.hsaslsr Florida and other Information
matter of sddrenJ.
urt It would never do; tlmt 8. A. WOOD, Guardian. ,
I. the night of a man perennially J. B. PABKOTT, J.P.BECKWITH, J.D.BAffilEB, :

S a sword, from bin, wrist would carl'yIng fatigue HODGKIN'SWagon .- ,......_.l a e.Muuit.. _.......... .&.a.,..&.

those who looked, at his picture Notice to NonResidentIn AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. ST. AUGUSTINE Fiji. ....
mmO.COr.LEuJlJ \. ...
The duke insisted upon having his .

: way. Lnwrcnro did nmmtpe to smuggle Shop Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit OF LIBERA.L ART -lIlandards are Identical wills the UciverCOLLKaB J .; 1
la a cushion upon which the duke of Florida, in and tor Yuluala County, Iity or blo/ko; / .
to DeLANDFLA. Florida. In Chancery. !: I: OF LAW-Qf'duAtf' admitted without examination In Florida.
seems rest his elbow
but close
ex Sarah Rogers, \ COLLEGE OF TE: .HNOLOOV-Electrical, Mechanical and Civil; En- BOld Cumber
S smlnnllon shows that arm and cushion Everything! in Wagons. Buggies, Carts. Complainant; ,I Ivs. slne9rlng. ] ompaQY
I fo! not meet.-London, Sketch. etc., manufactured and repaired in > COlLEGE FOR TEACHERS: -Five courses of study for Florida School
Shop in the very best workmanship Thomas J.Defendant.Rogers, J J JTo I T"a"bera.PREI'SIRATOItY ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton, Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot S
A. Wood known. Only IIr t-clMs men employed Michigan V08e r. at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine
; a. ?:: P! Thornton, f r Practical IP a I nters.Doa't and first-class work turned out. I have Thomas J. Boge1'8lYou r- HUf IN b-SS::! COLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Bunking, Sbortbaml. Typewriting, .

ately added to my p'ant a are hereby required to appear to tbe Lumber
% pay $t.50 a !gallon for canned Bill of Complaint tiled herein against yoU "VcHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron Working and Manual Flooring Ceiling Mouldings :
oil which ought to cost but 60 cents a I In the above entitled cause On or before tbe Training.SCIlOOt.!!. ,
r- gallon. Beady-mixed paint Is half oil Ic:;;;'; Tth day January, A. D. 1907. OF MUSIC-Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory, History of Muslo, Laths Etc. of
and half paint. Buy oil trash from '. ", The Volusta County Record Is hereby Teachers' ti..urse.SC1iOL tAll I\
fi the barrel and add it to the L. & M. ., designated as the newspaper in whlon this OF< FIVE ARTS-Drawing and Painting oil. water oiilo', pastel.SrgrtoN .
Paint, which is semi-mixed. i ) order shall bo published onoe a week for : has. 4 Colleges, 5 rcohuloal 8 hiiols, If Buildings/ In Faculty, Lumber, Building/ and Fire Brick, Cement etc, promptly delivered '
: t four consecutive weeks.Witness solid courses, strong tenchort, modern equipment, 10 laboratories 2 museums anowhere in the city. ,
.r When you buy L. &M. Paint you !get gymnasium! olas a rooms, separate dormitories for b,>tb exes, memorial dining ,
i band and seal of office -
4v a full gallon of paint that won't' wear ;rl.: my hull, wood and lion shops mtnuxl training and domestic science, auditorium,
.oft for ten or fifteen years because L. i\ .,.....' ". 17th day of November, A. D. 1900. SlO.OfiO pipe organ Ii planes debating clubs, llterory ocletlo star lecture
.5 & M. Zinc hardens the L & M. White =; ; .. ...414tl ...... \ ./r'. ieEAI.1] SAM'L D. J ROAN, Clerk. courses( Christian; iclHtlans.' general library ( 18.000 volumes), special 1 law ..
Lead and makes .. ,;: ', Br Baa FISH Deputy Cleric.Landls ; library"nnl"8d l athletic' dud running track, tonnls courts baseball, diamond, I
; like Iron. L. & M. Paint wear : '"..: :tJfi'"'' &: Fish.Solicitors football Held park-like anmnua, nell rouda cement walks, shrubbery and trees, DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ. .
1L ; : for Complainant. Christian. (,not sectarian) utlllv Jh"re. open to all duuomlnatlons, steam beat
tS 4 gallons t.. & M. mixed with 3 gal- *' : : electric Hunts[ eiectrlu bells, concerts, fraternities exhibitions, reouptlona, re0..1. -
LXt Ions linseed oil will paint a moderate I\\k j\SH\.it.-> .. veiuera, eec' irsi I.n., festival AttenUanoe now biggest in blstorv of T. OAIRNS, Propr. and Manager. r :,; I
abed house.Actual '" f ; University Generous patron; no money spared. Stetaoh i. for Florida first, .
fyi (,> 'X.('.-..-.:.:."',:-'-" Notice of Special Election.Notice last, and all trie time. DRESSED :\
cost L. & M about $1.20) per 1 & ;; : !I\ For infuriuaton, catalogues, bulletins views, and folders address

Je' fallen. "l'y' l Is hereby given that there will bea PRESIDENT LINCOLN MULLET, A. M., Ph. D., D Land, Florida LUMB' R' .
Sold In the North, East, South and "q : fl\\\\ special election by the qualified electorsof AND ROUGH : : ,: :
.West. oJ: .; .....:0-_ ''.' 7 fl7" the City; of DeLand at the ooimoll rooms, "
i -i"'t' "... \ In said DeAhbcr SO. Cell1ng, -, Turning, Scroll
O. S. Andrews ; :; -" city, on Thurasdav. IIJOU. Siding Sawing, Moulding.Wintlow auto / .
Conn. Ex-Mayor, Danbury, -'--' -!!-.- for the purpose of electing one member 0' Door Frames, Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc.. I! ,,
writes: "Painted LuoL.house 19 the City Council; for tbeunexrlrod term of Shedding for Groves and Pineries. llil'Cratel and Box MaterCtt a specialty 1 .' ....
years ago with L. & U. well to- F. K. Bond, deceased. Also for the purposeof Contracts
taken for the erection of kind of
A day." COLD TIRti SETTER submitting to the electors qualified to any a building S ,

Sold by R. D. McDonald, DeLand vote thoraun whether city bonds shall be ; .FLORIDA. '
Fla. Can set ;your Tire. without taking issued in the sum of seven thousand dollars .

wheels from vehicle. We take out no (\197000)) for the purpose of paying outstand 5 -".;--:"----- ---'"-s"'- -,---==---,
bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloes mug warrants pursuant resolution adopted
with a hot tire. Come and see It work by tbe Cily Council of said City; or De- MALSBY
( ,.., and will have Land it a special meeting thereof held on j jf
1 A hn.", lm' 'I Uncl".I. you never your Tire set Thursday, November 22, 1906.

.1 Bthel-'Hohby( .Jn'ei: illod, very mid hot again. EQFOBDBLY: Where you find Shield Brand Shoes i'

4. ., 1 henr.. I 8'11'1"
e. .. Inconsolable? Eilitli-Vex, poor denr. the past and hoping a continuance In -- ,
', Cas. .> was looking forward so happily '' }he ntnre, I remain they are sold by reliable merchants
to divorce proceedings and allmony.N .- 'I' Tonrs to serve I gnsure with us. everywhere. He sure to ask forRiser's SA o MIWENGINmi.: and hOlLERS 'l' r\"I4tbutRi.t'I.eclalt\ \ ( ';t ,. WtIte. A'"''

:_ York Press. SCOTT MObQKINS.r ( Terms. 'Cor' Ward -'nd-JeTenion!( P'r..ts. '
is the time., dSO1IILL.E.FI.nRID, \ S ,;
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or...... Down.Td Spot cash for losses._- ,
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$tacky. Tha three I met I thought. 1 vat ton,they BMUI* R y insured worth. o 7f,1 $d lfl 37 4 !
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ma Carriage buggy and wagon'painting done in the
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