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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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A' ; .1', XXIy': rt DE ,LAND, 'VOLUSIA,, CO., FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, ::1907.\ NUMBKll: \12f -


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i Professional l Cards. ALL OVER THE being
rerformed
COUNTY mony by Jndge Cade
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.... n the presence of a large circle of Invi- .......... 1.tNfl 4)..RMRA 6le'1FB BttA t '

W. PERKINS, ted friends. The beautiful bride .MI
was
JAMES :
f' ; J ITIUI8Ot' INTEREST WAFTED TO
gowned In lovely white silk and was Write for Our
4 ATTORNEYand COUNSELOR-Al THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS attended by two bridesmaids, her sister tj1 :iI
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q, LAW CORRESPONDENTS. Miss Addle and Miss Bessie Johnson of ,

t. --- Georgia, also dressed in white. The \ New I
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: DeLand. -r ,-' FloridaWill Catalog i
Pierson. handsome groom wore the nsnal black
Practice to State and Fede! r
....... Court. and was attended by two groomsmen. .
\\1 The Impressive ceremony of the Methodist ,. _'
for Infants and Children.The Henry Parrott oil.Orange Park took a church I IA7Z'We
used and
STEWART" ELY Kind ifave Always Bought has borne the tgna- stroll to f.bI8 spot last week. rendered by was Squire Cade; after beautifully which :
\'t ture of Chas. It. Fletcher, and has been made under Ufa S. T. !Smith, lumber Inspector of the congratulations were extended to the

ATTORNEYSATLAW.office personal 0iij>ortlslon for over SO year Allow no one Taylorville sawmill, was in this beat couple by all present, followed by refreshments ,

In Bank' BUilding DEL ANI to deceive you:: :In this. Counterfeits, Imitations and, last week. served by host and hostess II '

; Branch offlo over P08to lce.D Y'I'6 .Just-nA-gtxid" are but Experiments, and endanger the Representative D. F Morrison and The bride has lived in this county for q C. Pay Express Charges and \I

I, health, of Children: -Experience against Experiment. wire of Barbervllle. were driving over several years and Is much beloved. The

Cary D. Landis Bert Fli this pike Sunday. groom is holding a lucrative position I :', Guarantee Satisfaction ,.

LANDIS & FISH The Bind; You Have Always Boughtdjo Frank Tnrnqnlst, a dapper little with the White Haw Creek Timber DV rr I

I ATTORNEYS!; al COUNSELOR Signature of ._ gentleman of DeLaud, is having a good Company. The popularity of these two
AT-LAWf I r time In this Eden. young folk was fully attested by the

; i Capt. P. Q. Ekman of Jacksonville, large number of presents they received.As I dJj
.". DeLand, Florida who the guests were leaving each one HolidayNovelties
carries
in State and Fedef a pure, enviable reputation, i
Will Practice
,
\/ Court.. I was in line here Xmas. was presented with a souvenir In the 1
facilities for examining a form of a peace of wedding cake
Special
Mr. and Mrs F.1 Rosengreen, pions,,
.
: -:-- ; perfecting land titles :Jn Use For Over 30 Years. diligent workers bere, had a nicely !' '

L. MOCRORY, .. ........ loaded family Xmas tree Orange City. :t: No.10 Silwer.Mounted $1 2S 'J(
f t.r J ...J::. 'tMW.u-.u om"""' .. r. TT ..T. Nn,.0.. .,... Cologne Bottle o
r I There was qUite a crowd of the beat

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. element at a Dice candy breaking at (Mire Ada G. Massey 1 Is the dnly accredited ;
'l'/ --- '
, agent of The Record at Orange
Capt. Peter and Mrs. Plerson' last .
) .J' City and will accept subscriptions and Diamonds Watches Silverware Toiletware
Jewelry
<
DeLand, Florida. f REST AND EXERCISE. same time exciting enougn to attruvl Saturday evening. ads for the same. Any courtesies extended g

4 .., much nutriment and oxygen to the God hates drunkenness lying. while her will be dnly appreciated.) Clocks Cut Glass Etc : :
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Sinn' B. Weight S. B. wrlnbij \ l rf S* rf M *>rf *N >rf"S"W rfi* |
parts Involved. Thus will the gain exceed the devil laughs when mm cornea
WRlGl'lT WRIGHT, UNDERWORK IS QUIT!*. AS HARMFUL the loss All vigorous exerclues. There was not a ease of drunkenness Miss Alma Halliday came home to i

AS OVERWCflK.La arc( stimulative. They cannot be place
.' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. 1 I for, being vigorous, they 'require ,
Mr. Mrs.
and Wood returned from II
NOTARIES PUB "' !&."... Of Repo. Fringe About : In their performance fairly fienhuiiiHc'lus. Capt. H C. Price the Bakersbnrg Seville' GREENLEAF CROSBY & CO. 'i
Monday.
Office at Telegraph Office. | Lo. .( IHnerejrTo Be UeneHclnl One hall to dlsc.mtluuo: sucbe.crche sawmill man who la largely interested I .
:
Fw>*n Ez.rels..boold B. Stimulative nod : when but |partially tired. They in the turpentine and timber business, Mr, and Mrs. Warren have returned
DE.: .AND, Mot K...u. lT.. ale\ Htluiulatlvo, because the blood flow went (o Jacksonville Tuesday. from their trip to Miami. I IMre. I JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS $

.4\ J E. ALEXANDER, Underwork: Is quite as harmful as to parts and more vigorously prolonged exerted< than far would gienter < be The turkey that escaped Thanksgivingwas Churchill, who reached town a i 41, W. Bay St. JACKSONVIHE.' FLA. 41 W. Bay St. J8

overwork. But proper rest is of exceeding the blood flow to pnits slightly exerted captured for ChrietUlIlo8. There was few days since, U stopping at Palmetto

ATTORNEYATLAW.Office I Importance. j\ny excess of Exhaustive exercises are those scarcely a home here that did not have Cottage. 2/91se'Y' IMB9'elPxgi9li,, dl ;j B/Phti __ "' +& #S1W'ii', ****,..'<

work decreases Instead of Increases that lire prolonged for ninny hours and its Xmas tnrkey served np right. Miss Bliss and Mrs. Davis and little ,
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In Brush Block. trongtb. When musclis work beat U these not bring vigorous, may be con- Eugene Farrell, one of the beat daughter are located at the Fenwick for -
DeLand, Florida. generated. They burn among the prod- tinned I to the point of extreme fatigue. young the winter. Just educate your husbands see Saturday where she spent a very
-ViiI Practice Cote and Fed iota of their combustion, being carbonic Economy of energy which we bear so men that ever lived here, made a hurried Uncles, sons and brothers too; pleasant holiday vacation.
j jI and some other acids. Now, much about. Is desirable only when holiday visit to see the home folk from Mrs. Kmgman and daughter made a Teach bow these legal things are done,
one
I the te' acids hinder< further action, a* performs us much work as he should his south Bartow home last week. flying trip to points on the East Coast 'Tts a step you'll never rue The orange packing came to a done.
I DR. C*. A. DAVIS, 1 thu of the combustion of coal first the week. here yetiter lay and the picking boxes +
i product the of
and when thurefore., any excess Is In The A, P. Gnnter and Jake Harper When we all pull together,
SURGEON] -ashes-deadens< a fire. The sensation Such the And work for each other's good, stored away until another season.
PHYSICIAN AND jurious. a one may acquire stores here presented an elegant appearance Miss Thompklns, principal of our
.
: ,' DELAND FLORIDA. I jy ..el(experience from this pb'slologlclIlcloijg.ng habit of resting He should] when he both well stocked with a school' attended the teachers meeting In Then our town will be a model Mr. Wooley, wife and son arrived in
Is fatlgue-noture's naming at odd times the thor And will looi. just as it shonld.
can, during day
Office at residence, Indiana aven splendid assortment of St. Augustine last week time to gather their frnitandareeettledfur
.
,. Court Honae. i to rent or suffer the consequences. If. oughly] relax himself, learn to take holiday good Submitted for publication at the the winter in their Southern home

\ii Office Hour: \9 to la. 8 to 4, and '7'MRS. when fatigue Is felt, further action. things easy Do not rush and tear G. L. Harper, naval stores operatorof Mrs. Basher" who spent some time urgent request of ladies of Beading
eases, the blood< Impenetrating the when mere habit Is the only excuse for Maytown, and navigator P. C. Brad- here last winter, has rented Mrs. Circle. Mr. Geddes and three
Vln.'U... "BAERECKE, M: muscles carries away their products It. Some persons go always as thoughfor sh..w of Crescent City,were on the stage Welch's flat for this winter. friend are spending the holiday vacation
fatigue, then disappears and< the musles here, returning Norrh the Utter,
I a doctor or to catch a train. Delicate of action with home folk] at this placeon Mr. M. C. Wheldon and family are at
are in condition, to renew their women oppressed with the strainof Osteen.Prof. part of the week.
I Xmas. home again after a long visit to the old
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. ctflvlty. So periods of rest after ex- housework, would be benefited by
The freeze cut the vegetable] short
i rtlon are absolutely necessary.In breaking their work with occasional The Hagstrom brothers. Fred, Carl home in Wisconsin. Mr. Wm. W. came Sheppard went to Wabaaao this crop
Office on East New York Aveniy some muscles, like thane of the Intervals] of rest. They should sit when and Axel, model youths raked, hauled also.Mr. week here but they are replanting RI<> us to

DELAND, FLORIDA. I bnrt and breathing organs, the periods not obliged to stand and l lean back In and plnestra wed the,,Rosengreen W. S Cozen killed a Florida have a spring crop, If not anymore unM. ,

MUNSON. I ot rest between the rhythmical efforts a chair when they need not be bolt up from Hagstrom coiner to Smith avenue crossing raised hog last week that weighed 800\ Mr. W. T. Walters visited DeLand The mercury went to 2H in low pl..c.> i

QR. A. 8. J I bola' \ ee the effec,* of thu efforts; hence right. u last week. pounds dressed, and it was of the raga this week. The citizens here .all spent XIU'v'r',

,. 111' <6m4 normal-.dbndrttbn'onrbeol'f! ; And As to the amount of sleep requiredby lar razor-back breed. J. A. Blaavelt In visiting In Titusvillethis quietly. The exercises at the chiiicli
HOMEOPATUIO"PHYSICIAIJOffice lungs never feel tired. the average man. I think that seven Rev. A. Stenwal, the faithful pastor
Mr. Wm.. Clark will entertain the week. Friday night, the Slat was well .utteinled -
v There la every reason''\ to believethat hours Is sufficient. Some constitutionsmay and; expounder of the bread of life and '
Second Door South of Flah. when' fatigue Is profound and too frequently need an hour more; some may do humanitarian devotion, occupied the Whist Club Friday afternoon. Lout Miss Addle Pattillo Is at home from and even tnlng passed off.: 01.,1). .
Drug Store. iewenr. -
] renovation Is not t
repeated with an hour less. Growing youths and Lutheran church at this
OFFICE HOURS and '7 to 10 8 to p.12 m.a. m.; p8"6DeLand \thorough and there Is consequently a children require ten or twelve hours' e birth of Christ pulpit service Tuesday.place fort entertained, six tables played Miss Bradley I is spending the holidays If early, and nil.\ the children. wore

I Florida.lDR 'I os. tit strength. sleep. A fairly good general rule is to Mrs Marguerite M, Eugllsh was with her parents at DeLttml. remembered as well aA some' of the older .
Constant physical .rain: even though go to bed at such a time that you can The yonng element of this place met married to Mr. Earl T. Butters at the ones After tree was unloaded. candy .

JOHN REEVE! fI Sbe: slight, saps, ,nervous force To get up at the necessary hour without an at the home of "Mr. and Mrs. W, H. residence of Rev. Hayter on Friday eve, K. B. Osteen was up from Dania to and popcorn were passed, ami all left '1
. !'eel veil more must be formed alarm clock.It spend Xmas with his family
\ .... I energy Powell last Treed sy night and had quits Deo. 91st. A few friends only being thanking the teacher, Miss Limjnisr. .\.
( A PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEO3] : than Is expended. Now while work, Is not bard work, but overwork, a nice hop, and Thursday night a partyof present Miss Almana Brook is assisting her and others who assisted in planning Itt.,
,
ay stimulating the heart and lungs that kills. Bevere work should] not be this week.
; juventl..II'wet at the domiciliary of : brother In the postofflce such an entertainment.
In store recently occup&y >rodnces energy, at the same time It practiced more than three-quarters of Don t forget that the annual meeting i
Office Mr. and Mrs W. Idinabew in West Millard Pattillo of Port Orange spenta
1 I Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 it : expends It, yet during :work more energy an hour three times a week. Easier of the Library Association will be held ...
\ :New York Ave. [ Is necessarily expended than is exercises may. be done every day. '' Pieraon and indulged.! in a dance. next Monday at 8 p. m. in V. I A room. part of last week here with home folk. Wellington's. vanity, .-./ ;,

DeLand Flerldaj=! formed. Energy accumulates In the If one wishes health and long life be Among the students of different A full attendance desired and new members Miss Clara Qnackenbos spent the holidays Among the. portraits at the Itoj-ul:

i *tt- eet after work bit only when rest Is should not force himself to work afterhe schools and colleges, who spent the holidays welcomed with friends at Enterprise and De- academy there are some which could t

f tOR. H. D. 13RACEY.'t' I'sufficient will the total energy formed Is fatigued by exercise, and be here with borne folk were Uadet The Reading Circle will meet next Land. tell stories Home with little touches to
exceed the total expended. When work should never attempt anything that la Hermon Gunter W. and Miss Lillie reveal the Idiosyncrasies of subjects
t t ; student of the University week, Wednesday, at Miss M. Dickinson Mrs. G. Tncker
: la excessive rest cannot be sufficient beyond his strength. If It be true tha"grinding" no less than of painters. Is the stoiyof
of,Florida at Lake City, Harry Mrs. Bnllen and Mrs. W. W. WoodIn spent the holidays with friends Jack
k
DENTIST.
: and we have a loss of energy.On is wearing, it Is Indisputable -. Lawreuce'a portrait of the Duke of
the other baud, if rent be excell..1Ive. that proper exercise Is vitalizingand Harper and A. L. Marsh of the Prof. charge Subject to be, "The Resources sonville. Wellington commonly known? The ,

,'\\0. Office: First door west of Bat as when one works too little we I conduces more than all else to along Beelar. commercial school in DeLand, of Florida." George Hays, who has spent sometime I duke bad only one vanity-his wrist(

DeLac Florida. fVOLUSIA still have a loss of energy, for In this and vigorous life. Miss Mae Minshew, West Plerson same A /great many people are having severe here, returned Wednesday to his homeat I was like steel. Now, when be was

case, although the expenditure< Is com The length of time required by school. Miss Eleanor HaBstrom the colds and some have been laid np for Buford, On. given the sword of state to carry It

COUNTY AB8TBA
VESTMENT CO. Ita not fully reformed,.because tbi'ie.ls an hour three times a week of :real Hagatrom of this plane. She is one of Mrs. Palmer, Mr. M. C. Wheldon, Mr. his wife, son and daughter, were in able] to carry It upright. All his piede- a
Uttl stimulation of the sources of en work: being sufficient.! Let the business' I faculty and Osteen Monday censors bud had to slope It toward the
D. the secretary bookkeeperof Chisholm and Mr. B. Thnrsby.
President Cary 4'Bert e or professional man who has DO time shoulder. lIe would go down to pos
Sec the popular Cuthbert, Georgia, col W C. Leonardy left last week for
y Unless by for The Watch Night social In Library '
rest bas been preceded a gymnasium keep two or three/ terlty be re 'I\ed, glorified by the
furnished and work, but little energy' forms In jules, pain of moderately heavy dumbbells loge for young women. She was accompanied Hall Monday night was quite well at. DuLand to accept a position with the power of his wrist, In vain Sir Thornas ,

Abstracts Plat and Blue Prints mace. under bis bed. Let him exercise with by her handsome chum Miss tended and apparently much enjoyed.A Osteen Pharmacy. Lawrence pointed out Unit as a ... .

ed.plied Maps, '" To be beneficial, exercise should be these: In various ways. He may also; Minnie Gilder of Cnthbert. short program was followed by dancing Miss Genie Harris who Is teaching in mutter of art It would never do; that .:

Opposite Votala County B.niDELAND. stimulative and not exhaustive. :; Let If he can spare the tune, perform some: Two excellent law students?> of brill- and this proved just what the young Fort Pierce, Is spending her vacation the sight of a man perennially carry ;
"y> me explain Just what I mean An exercise of the many different borne exercises.Nor people wished for. with hew mother here. lug a sword from his wrist would fatigue
I Ia stlmulatlTe when the fatigue la there anything to prevent hit ant promlse rwere on .,fhe wing here Quite of from those who looked at his picture. i
a party young people
and Is nt the! Lawrence D. Morrlnon of Barberville, In order to become a foil-fledged: association duke Insisted his
partial hanging In The having
ANDY f f caused by It Is a punching bag an open upon
4 REAL ESTATE !here attended a new year's ball at
: CITY doorway. If be will not run In the and Bob Paxton of DeLand, two refined the Incorporators wish to meet Geneva Tuesday night. way. Lawrence did manage to smuggle

r RANCH! OFFICE OF f.' I street he can run up and down' his. young gentlemen students of the .very one who 1 Is interested in cemetery In n cushion upon which the duke S

}", --- Treating Wrong Disease. own stairs, taking: two step at a time Jr,, Jaw class of ,the John B, Stetson work at the residence of Mrs. Freemanon Mrs. Carlile returned Tuesday from seems to rest his elbow but clone AXinlnntlon .

\! E. .H. IAYWABD, jj Many.times women call on their family and thus finely exercise his leg and !University at DeLftnd ,spent a social January 8,1007, at 8 o'clock. Officersto Enterprise where she has been visiting shows that arm and cushion

... '. City Propedy a aSpeclalt- Hir, physician dyspepsia suffering,another as they from Imagine heart, lungs.-O.i,,Billot Flint In New York: hour strojl{ on this promenade Thursday. be elected. Membership $1.00 each. her brother Hon. John Sanls. 4o not meet.-London< Sketch.
from ,
for till AvLDa 'The,le.. nQ ,lit.r. 4 one
anee> vouiyouT of Amerlc-.on6: e *r >they from nervous/ exhaustionor and elected honoraiy member and now' little distance that when B. C... Bnshnell of DeLand and their Women Well
.; | here .....w.... a they forget as as Men
_at on,another with pain and
few lire companies now*B y po,1DSau pro all wear the badge and.bold the grip of the they drive with loads the families spent Christmas day here with
k Frafrisco, California. there, and In this way they present Effeminate Youth-I dare say you .: heavy over
t No 808, Boulevard,,DeLand. '''t,1 alike to tl nmsolves and tool* easygoingrind think: I'm too talkative? Manly Maid Pieraon mulligan guards That genial same. sidewalks how they cat up the (the father. Are Made Miserable'by :ny

1 Indlffi and! ;< 'Istlnct'ent or diseases overbuy" for doctor which, separate he; '!'Not.for a .woman.-Llpplncotfs Magsline. gentleman representative, D F. Morrl- sidewalks that they would like to have Mr. Barry of northern Vermont has Trouble.

t It assuming tSiem to be such, proscribes his ion, accompanied them on the! stirringabout kept In order. This III' costly economy been hei e for a week or two. He thinks Kidney

V. H. VOORHISC pills and. p< tlons.** :\ft;! reality 1 they are all i weattit. .. fmtltmtm. and around this Jericho pike. for some people. of locating here and going Into the
[ ,only n/mr" fiatinifDr some uterine I
disease V Bilclan, Ignorant of the I "Two of the most troubl8llOme'pa :The annual. ChrUrmas holiday waagloriously Mr and Mrs. Antle entertained a poultry, business. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages
Dentist I' mute oKS 3 encourages this practice tients I have are member of my Own$ of friends Two gentlemen with a large.. automobile : and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor
to
? \ \ and soberly celebrated herewith camber on ,Monday eve,
not 1 are made. The suffering \ I and cheerfulness
profession, said a dentist In soon
+ discussing i
""
of espai-s .< better, but watoh the old and the \ came over the new road from : 1I ii .
probablyworse out
ro
Delnd / the family reunions, and one I' of the year new 1 disappear when thekidneys .
; P. O. Block, 12 j I at The tl I of the delay wrong torture of teeth. "Strange to say, in. Orlando last week and went from hereto
l and A enjoyable evening are out of orderor
treatmei'Winent''' complications.Aprpp" be continued, "many dentists, whether ,jnost complete. delightful was held] year very was New Smyrna.
Hours: a80. to 12 Mid 1.801 ?S -' like Dr. Pierce's' Favorite from natural defects or early negligence J at the' model, generous home of Mr*. passed and when the midnight hoar disused.Kidney .
4 t] ;, directed to the cause ,Mess. Bonds and Griffeth of Athens, .. trouble haa.
the
would hi '?? removed the disease" have exceedingly poor teeth and Charlotte H. Cade,; Tuesday, Christmas came bell were rang in both become so prevalent
thereby I Sail those dlstr08l1log.ympto a* no practitioner can attend to his own "Jar,' with all her phlloren and grand- ohnrches to welcome the birth of the G.. after spending the holidays with that It Is not uncommon

,. 4s W. C. CANNONS r stltutlng comfort In- we exchange service. If any of the dhlldr4present.: ,First, Deputy Sheriff new year. the family of Ed Pattillo, .returned S tor a child to ba born'

lead well .sal orCk<,! Tcnrnd llsoaso misery known It has la been half patients of these two capable D. D. S.'. J.uCt. C.n
:; LIQery and Sale Sf. "J a' are them revengeful of disposition It would E.,Cede and .family., ;Mr. Webster and Mr*. Dozier wbo aided In jR vE. A. Gray and family spent part t. "=*- tes neys.too lithe often child, If urln-the
Ite Proscription Is do good to see them In the chair
Fine Fashionabto TufneH eel illitoAbsorbs carefully :devised by All men are much more difficult subject >wi Mr*. A. D..Clarkson," Lake Helen, ,carrying out the program or social in of this week with relatives here. He was urine scalds tha flesh or If, when the child
R klllful and taronte- to Key I West, where he was reaches an when It should be able to
> an physician, for than Ira W. B. Cade and famlly.Stetson; and Qie[ hall the following parties wbotook I age
train A. dentistry accordIng
all *a ov women -
Bus meet* | an' in's delicate lystem. control the It la afflicted with
morning and afternMi. he two single danfthton Misses part In same: Mr. Finney, solo sent by the Bishop. passage yet
1 4t. Hark moot It medicinal roots and to my own experience, but the way, ; ,Mary. bed-wetting depend upon It. tha cause of ,
I V O. By. at train DeLand.* Orange JunoUon.Olty,Ul*fcl t ta all *k! ..In.. It*'ellect*in any the two In question wriggle, writhe, anA Helen.' The noon hour capped (heclimax1 and guitar accompaniment; Miss Helen Misses Annie and
train both routes. Hacks j COt Impurities orating tonlo."Jj'a. groan and cuss under the ordinary operations 'with the merry. 'match to the Manville reading O. C. Library Medley spending their vacation at home. They step should be towards the treatment of '

a Gentle norse* aed.NdatdrivenI ** rls a cleansing I Tmparts strength to should be most gratifying to any janqaet table and regalar turkey Xmas written by Miss Massey; Mr. Brenna, will ref nrn to their schools at Lake Hei- these Important organs. This unpleasant V
1 *TA| ml i. luxury for the: I to the dIllj one who has suffered nt their lIana.e .." '' trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
organs -
I hone 3W turkey dinner' ami the festal feast was Irish story; Prof. Eldred, Magio-guess- : ,n and/ Seville Saturday.The .
1 Stimulates, nc .' over- ,, .York Press.Rain. kidney and bladder and .not.to a habit a*
i < : 1) beautifies the j TnTharptb" dftblll''ners : gealx| and. happily enjoyed. \.t.7 p..m.: tag title of book.) reading ,by Mix. residence of Ueo. Carpenter was most people suppose%

cusraakers.. r t thnh.adlplasim" 4re In the decorated Laura PetUt, composed by, Mr., Dr. i ,Women as wall at men are made miserable
the t scoot .
a .a. j Cleanse Iris,* bourn-keepers Oft burned a few, days before Xmas The
u+ with kidney and bladder' trouble
,
promptly obtain U.jPATEN the hiJ feeble certain parlor wae attacked/ containing nniierone'pretty Curtis, on the dying of the old ,
year
) purifies women iron- In parts of India the oil extracted -, / lire had snob
Auld gained headway when die and both need the lama great remedy' i
+ J vorlt.Prescriptiontooth from of mite I la used presents tor all whtoh Lang Syne ,by company. ;
t j Prevents I ly boon being/ unn a pecle among :: covered that little was' saved. The mild and the Immediate effect of
\ decay.. In medicine a* aa external c unterirri"tahE wai a beautiful silver' ,monnfod 'parlorheader"presehte4 Swamp-Root Is soon raallxed.' It I Ie sold
.f ''Is constructeKelpies 'I'i otmtL, \ :The: creature I I. about ball ui', to the mother by Mr. sJnrattil'oand'!? daughters o( by druggist,' In fifty> : ar

; It thoi trengthe unequati/ :: Inch' long and on pressure exude; an and'Mrs..,Cforkson.. '' I CUVIO IMPROVEMENT Atlanta ;and MIa WUaon of Rome, G..... cent and one dollar. r

I II 3 .rod modal.atebh orp ,g.p d ( pollahee the t <"on"allaying l 'III/ and sub 1 oil] of it !d 'op red color. It I Is only foend A,happy ChirtstmTa< \ Eve marri_" ofw J Br Miss Ada O: Massey. Read at the pent the holiday with relatives here, size You may have a| ,. ,. ,r
f ? .i report c .tM t idb Fmj j I Softens the be; ,billy, Irritability; for a: f.pWj.week\ at the 8lonlng.>of i Heading Circle Dee:86th. returning' horn first of the week., sample bottle by mall
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'YOLUSIA' 'COUNTY'RECORD., Tuesday, the first, marked the The effect of Cold an Trees.There I ALLEN-REGAR STETSON ..S HERE Burghead,.. In Morayatilfe, "unique 1

H beginning of the life of several) I is an opinion prevailing In the. n one respect\ It tins "th!'burning ofthe

,T orange producing sections of the State clavle." This ceremony I la gone
of
legislative acts of Congress Wha r You Do ,1th I
that the severe cold weather this week: A Very Pretty Wedding at the Baptist UNIVERSITYWe rough every New Tear's eve, oldityto. I
InteNd la the pM'xifflo st DoLand. risn great importance to the nation. It Is supposed tobe' a relic of'
second olass matter has done no material damage to the It ? i: b
-- There are the free alcohol law, orange and grapefruit trees. The Tampa Church Wednesday Noon. Ire worahlp. There Is (now only one .

1 One of the prettiest weddlnn that U banged h It 866 days. WUryo 1r ither.community.; It I Is sj.Jil.ln I Britain ,r
i the food law the anti-pass Times referring to the effects of the .
Editor .A Proprietor. pure are off I Happy New Year to all! "
FBEVATT Is
i B. E. cold In that locality. was ever witnessed in DeLand took use each daj\Hs\, around in,your lacld.of here the practice MRya' | on. The..1
section interstate commerce law, We give the glad h.ndan4 consists of half tar '
cheery lavlo an afcbangle :
you "Think carefulj "*/:, ".
i I'
Church at ? and plan
demonstrated that in place at tbe Baptist high success .
It baa been dry
and the modification of the navi word and the smile that won't come off. barrel fixed on the-top of. ..'Sir prop ,If
The bartenders-of the country seasons a temperature ot 28 or even 26 noon New Year's Day, Rev. :J. E. Dates the work of ea :h and every day. ,W- about four feet long. The "second half
Hurrah for Florida! We are qffl Chi ( ? .
gation )law to simplify the enroll- solve to be a 1 etter and more uses
gay quite willing to degrees does not Injure the orangs trees, officiating. of tbe tar barrel Is broken up; put In-
millions Rockefeller
they are and licenses. cago got three from man or woma The world needs b-; r
ments >
but bad tbe ground been moist and the The bride, Miss Fannie Norton Allen, Hide and mixed with tar. A atone must ,:
make 'a personal matter of the t M a Christmas present and sent a ter and stronger men and\ won>4 I .t
k The pure food law contemplates trees full of sap there would have been Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and lot of students to/Stetson University. Every Individ, il should feel that? be used to knock In the nail which connects ; .

,anti-treating propaganda. the barring from interstate com- considerable injury. This fact servesto Mrs. J. F. Allen of this city. She was is a link in tbe great' chain of jpjrc! the pole 'and the barrel The ,
They are here. Oaoe more Stetson. Tees, and that .e It to his Malt bits In the barrel then
remind the Times, aa an earnest ad born and reared in our midst, and has a owes broken are a'
v The Sultan of Morocco might merce foods injurious to health, vocate of artificial irrigation, that the host of friends who have known and wishes a happy New Year to alL. to develop his ull strength in the u lighted by means of burning: peat no '9 I
and alcohol law is in- lip building of a greater nation and
the free such thing es a Inclfer mulch being !
swap jobs with Rasuli and see water should be applied, when at command loved her all her life. The groom ia greater peopl a people who real! .
Mrs. Voorhb has of the allowed.
would do tended to assist the farmers and only during those seasons whenit Mr. J. Begar, a prosperous young business Virgil charge i there is a hereafter and that all tnsuccess ,;
that gentleman
what In the dark winter night the biasing
f' ; the to fill
French classes at University and
of is basd
man Tampa. on honesty aqua
smaller to have
users of power la needed for actual th, that ia,
grow
warships.We thing Is borne up one street and down
about those foreign The church was most artistically dec. the vacancy made by the recent death dealing. It lathe; duty of everyone
fuel that in its efficiency and cost for orange treea in February at the launch out on,life's great sea G another at high speed then carried to

can ''see the fatal day shall be cheaper than gasoline. or earliest and October at the latest For orated by Mrs. J E. Gates, and palms, I of Madame Senegas. I, .determination)!+I energy, and nabs D the Doorle hill ID the middle of the vII.
bamboo and ferns figured chiefly In the I> it well. Here tbe la fixed
field and garden crops it Is different.If I something' > Prepare-t lage. pole on a
rapidly approaching when there ker?Rene. tbe trees are uninjured the cold arrangement. Prof. Colton, the sklllfnl and popular accumulate wealth honestly from th1 short, strong column, and the clavie t

'' will be nothing left for the Presi- The anti-pass provision of the will do them good In ridding them of. Miss Mary Lynch, now of St. Augustine coach of tbe football team, was presented :.great resource; that are placed abou burns out. The women rush In and, :W".. I
interstate law forbids but formerly of DeLand, was the with a very beautiful gold watch you. Our Crettor never would has':picking bits of tbe now dying cia vie to >-'v
ex. commerce
; 'dent to write a message on insects, some of which are very injurious ..lIlIed the ea h with innumerabltreasures ,
maid of honor. She and Miss Allen are .br the football team and Its friends in "keep the witches away," disappear 1
revision. common carriers, directly or in- to the trees. and<|overed it with a ertll,'
cept tariff interstate free The Savannah News commenting on,. childhood friends, having gone to school appreciation of the good work be has soil had He n t Intended that mal:Into the darkDeall.-.Qlell&ow Herald.

directly, giving together. Mr. Paul Loveless of Tampa done. He has deserved and may now develop the brain cower with whit.
tbe effeot of the cold weather this week.
Y; King Leopold might exchange tickets or passes for passengers, was best man. enjoy his popularity. to bring all these into use for the bet'

the Oongo Free State for theKaiser's except to their employes and said: I The bridesmaids Were Misses Mary ---e.e terment of mankind. We are living( JOHN B. WELCH
Florida's oranges mean not only a In commercial age. While this bi ,
Stewart and Lillian Hamlin of DeLand
East African. possession families, gents of carriers, and large amount of money to that State, i and Misses Okle Painter' and Helen The large separate choruses of men true, let us not'forget that all true ORANGE CITY. FLA
if either oneof them and attor- and women will sing at the Vesper service success, even in a commercial way
and physicians the whole .
.,M see surgeons, but the delight of country. I Rolfe of Jacksonville ra '
must be governed the balance
next Sunday. A chorus of :
\ could do better in the new terri neys, to persons engaged in religious There are no oranges in the world that The ushers were the two brothers of young uDder I wheel of character and honesty. Fancy and Staple Groceries To-

tory. and charitable work, and can stand along with those of Florida, the bride, Messrs One and Joseph Allen i, the women musical, exclusively direction of of Mr women*.Dr.,Cherry Young man, young woman, get I bacco, Cigars. .

. ." to certain specified classes.In ) and when anything happens to them her cousin, Charles Allen and Mr. commercial education; get It in'I'
Since the reform spelling does the country ia hurt. Roy Hamlin. will sing at the vespers January 8, next school where some attention la pall Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Etc., Etc

;1\1 Many old citizens assert the protracted Promptly the stroke of twelve the Sunday. Mrs Rosa, Mrs Powe, Miss to your moral training and surround

not seem to take with Congress, speaking of the building of dry weather ia very favorable to tbe the wedding party entered the church, Emery, Miss Martlen, Miss Martin, Miss lag, as well as to your knowledge p. Best and Freshest Canned Goode,

J. Mr. Carnegie might whisper a good roads over Florida the Ta- Hnnsaker and others have re-lnforeed p.bookkeepingshorthaadtypewiitin constantly on hand, and all first
tree and it the tree marrhing slowly down the aisle to the '
. orange by may grammar, arithmetic, etc, I class Groceries for your table. ....
; few suggestions about the proper vares Herald says : escape injury. strains of Mendelssohn's, the bride the chorus of young ladles and will singa school conducted on ,.business prlnctples '

w < way' to handle the 25th infantry "Good roads can be built in Tbe St. Angnstlme Record also contained leaning upon thejarm: of her father, tbe beautiful selection. not one that will give you tw,,Country Produce bought
Also chorus of men, under scholarships for the price of one, 01
a separate
" <: ,, mixup. Lake county if the taxpayers of the following: groom accompanied by |hls beat man, our railroad fare to its door, 01 t I ,
The Record sent out this took their places nnder-the arch and inan the direction of Prof. Morse, of young print Orders receive
a
;I i; the county will allow themselvesto reporter statements in its advertising[ careful attentionand .
r, of Jacksonville morning to ascertain the damage done impressive manner Rev.Oates joined men exclusively, will sing on Sunday. matter that It will not guarantee,, delivery prompt. You will

; The commerce be taxed to build them. At by the frost Calling at Mrs. Heade's the happy couple for life, the ring cer- Each chorus consists of about 85 young give you a $10.00 draft for aXmai iflnd! my prices as low as the lowest. If
: the just closed shows up I Prof. present, etc. Attend a school that iQive me a call.
III a4r for year present the average property beautiful place, he found no damage emony being used. people. The men's obol'11IIlDClud" will offer other inducement I
no
"' the large, by long odds, she has owner gets off light when it comesto dome, save to a few guava bashes and The bride wore white chiffon satin Webb B. Hill Prof. Rosa, Mr. Cairns, than a thorough you practical comm '

': ever had. for a single year. Jacksonville being taxed to keep in repair some choice plants about the bouse. At with trimmings of satin ribbon and Mr. Wilmshnrst, the College Glee Club clal education, under a high-tone i A FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET

ia growing at a most Dr. Ctarnett's large grove also the damage Oriental lace. The gown was a workof and others. Christian faculty, and education that I I In Connection
.tf v and construct good; roads. In The President of the Unlvnity will will place you In demand in the verj
L was very slight. The doctor kept art, having been designed by Madam
wonderful rate. best offices of our land, and one thai I
is : states all male be-
;. .. some persons fires going constantly, and even the vast Ritchie of Jacksonville. The veil and deliver a New Year's address at this will enable you to win the confident

f. remarkable how many tween the ages of 16 and 50 years quantities of fruit on the trees is practi orange blosnonia accentuated the beauty time. and esteem of your employers. Select
J It is
are subject to road. duty several) cally nninjnred. The doctor attributeshis and daintiness of the fair young bride. I' a school that charges everyone it I
the
have found out Prof. A. L. Subrie, Director of the full\ price for tuition and gives yoilOOc
Congressmen holiday days during the year. The Flor- good fortune to the long-continued The handsome necklace was a gift from Normal at the University, on the dollar in return. You wll l l't
a Department
as
beauties of Washington drought. In the southern portion of tbe groom. The bouquet was sweet likely never attend but one commercial 1
ida law is dead inasmuchas t...
easy lett for Tampa to attend the : I
I resort since it was dec'idedr. the city, where no fires were kept, reports elysinm and maidenhair ferns, tied yesterday school, so do not let some flashy r d

...:, that they would have to pay only the property owners haveto of frozen fruit are heard, but the with long streamers of white satin rib- Hlllsborongh county Educational As deceptive advertising or special rate t 4pf -

pay a road tax. The average trees, having no sap In the branches, bon. sociation. The Professon has his bean tempt you to make the mistake tot I
in real)
railroad fares home your life.\ If It is an education vot
their
to be practically uninjured. enrollment of 100 students in
are thought set on an
The maid of honor chiffon
; Floridian should thank his stars So it can be said we are better off wore pink want, go to the school that It no1
the Review Class to be conducted duringthe
money. taffeta and all the bridesmaids wore baiting with railroad fare ant
that he is not bothered two or than first expected, and the ever favorite you
: Florida fruit still the champion of white with pink ribbons. The groom spring term. Be says the outlook cut rates, but one that offers as 1 It'

; r This has been a winter of wreck more times a year by receiving a the world.-Jacksonville\ Metropolis. wore the conventional black, and as his Is splendid for the best enrollment In only inducement a thorough uractlufc

destruction of life on notice from a road overseer sum- this class the department has ever had. course with the proper moral .urroundlngs "
and the bride, waa calm and self-possessed
will
""' The effect on the trees in Volnsia that \ place you In;tip{I :
. .
American railroads. There is moning him to do road duty with county was very slight What little through the ceremony. --- mand in the business world and tha'
the- members of the Stetson
Miss Eva Baker presided at the Among guarantees statement made
{t hardly a day passes that the dis- pick, shovel, hoe or ax, often- Injury was done was to the small trees organ who in attendance their every refundlii ,
ti : and Lohengrin was full of harmony and University faculty were advertising matter by ;:;:...
: patches do not report some ter- times when he is the busiest. and the muroery stock. The leaves on tenderness at her skillful\ touch. at the State Teachers' Association money at the completion of ''anj V 1a tf

. rible wreck and the killing of Indeed, the laws are extremely most of the old treea are as luxuriant After the wedding, the party adjourned at St. Augustine last week were: advertised course If It la not satisfactory and Bi'1 The Most Critical Tests 1le
I railroad
or far *
lenient those who now aa they were during the growing the home of the bride's PrOf. Morse Prof pay your )\' applied to the Hobart' '
.( people on pay no to parents President Halley, both ", a"IIf, upon arriving, you fi ( N. Cable {
______ taxes." season last summer. Only In low exposed where a most anmptnons repast Snhrle, Prof. Webb B. Bill, MI. Hun- their work la not as advertised j ianos I before they ara.jtU.-ad on sale.

After the field for places do the treea show any served.! Mrs. Kirk,a friend of the family saker, Miss Erhart and Dr. Cherry. During the past year It has been j pnc, flnlsh workmaa3MHre: all conjlered. i
airing up effect of a freeze. They were in fine pleasure of this to advertise Therefore we can assert that |I
of the home addresson paper '
,
IK j the It has been found that thereare took charge planning President Halley made a telling .
f Presidential message activity condition to stand a cold, in a perfectly decorations, refreshments, eta libraries and their place In nor edu- school that does this. It I Is the A .The Hobart M. Cable Piano "

#t reading clerks in Congress[: have certain favored. localities in dormant state. It proves not only whatan The menu waa: cational Profs. Morse and Bill hall lanta Commercial College, 2H Whit 1 worthy of the fullest confidence. :
"- system. street, Atlanta, Ga. It I la no we
"C! decided not"only to take the rest Florida where the sandy soil has orange tree can stand, but the fruit Chicken Salad were to have famished the chief musical dec; this Institution has enjoyed eu l t m the never saw or heard. a better piano :>

.)'e*tr-a during the recess but to been naturally enriched in a also with proper conditions existing. It Nut Sandwiches attraction of the week, but unfortunately great prosperity. May it continue I price. (:
cure : freeze, and fruit Is to grow and J. A. ERICKSON, DeLand, Fla. i
was a .dry going Chicken Sandwiches prosper
i it'
and beeome
f send in a club order for throat singular way, espe- market from this section every day Olives the commute in charge of the program I to 'iS
for
cially adapted to the growing of had not made arrangements
.
&;: lozengers. showing no effects of a freeze. Ot Pickles
tbe use of the Memorial church and i
trees. One of these locali-
orange; course some of the fruit Is damaged; Salted Almonds

. This crusade in Congress ties is at Orange Bend in Lake this can not be denied, but most of it is Fruit Cake Bride's Cake organ. Hundreds of teachers expressedtheir the
bitter disappointment that i
free seeds would stand Under the all right, and will bring the highest
i""I' against County. sandy vege- loo Cream musical part of the program, as printed \

". more show if it were not for the table loam there is a soft tena- market price, for the Volnala orange laaa Coffee in the circulars distributed, could not Watts & Co. t

. : habit the average Congressman cious clay of fine texture, which fine as sent ont of the State every The sitting room and dining room be carried out. (Inccx ed)

,r has contr ,cted of taking some- i was probably transported from year.Just following the freeze those who were filled with guests, and It was a .
gratifying eight to see the happiness I 5 HARDWAREFDRHllEUHDERTAKIHGuiller!
whenever he had fruit in the and not '
nothing grove protected
for the hills of Alabama and Ten-
thing
- believed that it was all mined. and mirth of all. The bride' bouquet Tourist' Lecture J

-p, can. get it. nessee, and deposited in a depression Bnt they were happily disappointed, 'I wall thrown and Miss Ethel Hamlin y;
to/open We
which and are sending it to market. It Is firm caught it, winning the ring also. The University has decided begin the New Year try attractive line of

The dispatches say the blood- of a shallow sea and sound, with no trace of it having In tbe parlor the wedding gifts were several courses of lectures for th> benefit '' 1

of once covered the Florida peninsula been frozen. or the citizens of DeLand and the Bedroom Suits Parlor F'F
hounds, lost the scent Oapt. T arranged, and they were admired by all. "' are, Hall Racks Bed
""Macklin's assailant when he ; and underlying this clay ata "" MAKING HOES. Cnt glass, silver, band painted china, winter tourists who are among UI. 1'he ,
publio, therefore, is invited to consider Lounges Felt Mattre National
a'railroad train. Under depth of seldom more than hand-painted pictures, and pencil Springs.

boarded three feet is a deposit of marl ofa .....11 V*.rk 1m Tmrmlmm o.t Bmrn sketches figured prominently. The and to accept this offer: A visitor's t, ,

the. circumstances, we think it Implm..<*. chest of silver, given by the relativesand ticket will be sold for fS.OO, enablingthe A Very Complete Line of and 'Japanese Matting
kind is of ;
e just as likely that.he boarded an that very rare occur- The first hoe ever made) consisted of family of the bride was the moat purchaser to attend, for the entire I CI

i ( automobile.;' rance, there being very few such a pointed or forked stick, and it was noteworthy. Mrs. John B. Stetson's winter term, one daily lecture In one We will take pleasure I In [Ingyouthrongh our

deposits in the State. It is used both for preparing the ground for gift was a handsome silver tray with given coarse. For two courses" two extensive stock at any' Careful attention

In 'the- election in B Bard nummulite marl, so named be- planting and In tearing out weeda. monogram.At tickets are needed. The courses to given all Mall order ; : : : :

county recently, in a.. total) This was perhaps 8,000 :years before 5-80 in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. which the public Is especially Invited -
very cause the shells that it contains FUNERAL;
hundred Christ but It remained for the nine- Kegar' left for their home In Tampa. are RECTORS

'' vote of more than four' resemble coins. Their average teenth century to witness the Introduc ;The bride's traveling gown was of blue 1. The President's course in "Ethics." Mr. J. A. Stith, graduate tin

a and fifty; the majority' was more size is about that of the old silver lion of really modern tools for the cultivation .taffeta with Persian trimmings with This will consist of dally. discussions embalming, and licensed by

hundred and fifty to of the soil. Since then the evolution and Informal talks by the President on the State Board of Health, is incharge .
half-dime. value
than ;one The special of hat, shoes, and gloves to match. A reception "
has has beeu remarkably rapid such practical questions as: Is It ever of this department and
i.: make the county'dry. Thus this marl as a fertilizer is due to until It Is possible to produce a mod was to DO given them by the will give prompt and careful''' _

k another been added to the large the presence of this coin-like ern hoe, rake or fork In about ave min- parents of the !groom, then they go immediately right to lie! to beat a railroad t to fool attention to every detail of this;i "
children? to drink to play cards! to work. .
% dry county.majority. shell, especially to the animal utes. I mean by this that the actualopoiwtions _to housekeeping in their new
which home at No. 112 Keller Ave. dance to go to the theatres?and a hun
substance that held the whorlsof through each tool Funeral Supplies
". The University of Chicago re- the shell together. This sub passes, aside from the time which the The friends here and In Tampa unitein dred other questions Involved In dally

bandies must remain In hot water before wishing for the happy conpla joyous life. Always In Stock. '
ceived, as a New Year's gift, stance was almost pure phosphate being bent; would not exceed the uaefuillte. 9. Prof. Canon's course In "\tedl .U .
'John D. Rocke- material, and it gave: to the soil History." A study of migrations tI
$8,000,000 from time specified. It is interesting to note the romanceof mon-

t' .feller.. The total gifts to this inV in large; quantities one of the The steel for garden tools Is made In the wedding. At a recent B. y P. U. asticism tbe rise of the Papacy, of the lI.ffi.

Rockefeller is most important constituents of great quantities at Johnstown, Pa., convention in Tampa tbe young people cities, feudalism, and the civilization to \I

stitution ,from orange tree food. The tap rootsof from which place It Is shipped to tool met, and It was not long after that vowswere the middle ages. <
twenty'mdlion dollars. the trees easily factories In the shape of flat bars a '
nearly orange pene- made for life and for the wedding 8. Prof. Frost's course tn "Lltera I iI' L
(The New Year's gift goes; mainly trate to this marl bed and there- half Inch thick. The wood which Is day. tu...." "II A .

by enable the trees to nurishthemselves' used moat for bandies Is second growth Again we to the happy See Prof. Canon for visitors' tickets .. .... .jf.. (. + .+
'tothe.endowmentfundbut40i say -
young -
# :-Scientific American. white ash and Is cut In Tennessee, Arkansas ., ..1NIw
M >' i OOQ is reserved for,an. increase in and Georgia.. A number of factories couple, "Happiness and peaoel'

Irf receive the bandies already madeIt j Stiff w
; _. Why jr You
: ,t: it teachers'ssalaries.\ having been turned out In the Imme I Th ne..w :. n Can
,
., ./0 '. y' : As a new year' present the dlate vicinity; of the timber supply. A Edna'. ....-. Redwood forestn are practically unharmed a
is bring-
:. ;;.., ,y.! :The'preeti of the state Florida East Coast Railway Co Fish oil for tempering the tools as they The queen of Wurttemborg was one I by forest Ores, and Itls common P

+' '\,'.''''''<;jjjg oat candidates for President are made Is another of the Important day walking In the streets of Stuttgart I practice for the lumberm8u to fell Qu Relief I
increased
'. Y'' 'ofthe.Senate when. the Legisla- the wages of all its employees products from a distance necessary to attended by a maid'of honor when she I the trees and peel the bark from them PIhY'e,4 .

fia 1 < '' seven percent, and this the making of our modern garden tools. met a body of students who refused to>> and when the dry season Is on set fire .' 1
; i .1R, tureloieet* in April. 'Frank :Ad'aim's make room for the ladles to the felled timber and the L..
FIB,, increase affects over "a thousandin It Is brought from Gloucester, N. H. and thus burn eD Florida Herbal
r: :J is the)latest, but he says he its The bars of steel once) at the tool compelled Sham to walk In the SOUTII. -. branches and bark and other wreckage es erful and nelghbora
;, ,. employ. Its commendable queen reported the without practical to the saw clog effected ,
matter to die Injury
; 4 :\ ofc / and d&teand will not factory, are made red hot In a furnace, ICI e by .
I.{ .:. and Characteristic :'of one the after which one bar at a tIm. Is placed king, and the next day the captain of logs, which procedure would mean disaster o dug Phar ''y Dr. Bell.;' Go .
.. ." .J IMtve the place.-'The.Honi.HuntHarris : In the corps Bnevla was summoned to the to any other wood. Bedwood 1 1 procurome' f
most liberal. roads to i its employ a stamping machine and cut Into lac g Herb dies. ,
rnaiV for this palace. A servant led him Into contains no resin or turpentine of Mo matter .,
} iaythe ; ? place, the blanks or patterns for rakes, boss a room any plain 111\\ be .
snd candidacy;many'of ties in this country. The F. E. ORy. or forks The pattern for an article where there were no chairs and there : kind, and'" owing to Its great t"IIletantI gh I 1y test lee of benetttted the h

>.4oee' was.the first in the State to comprises the metal for the hoe, rakeor the unfortunate student bad to-wait a I qualities: In severe climatic conditions, 1 For aire... ..l ....r.dW ?

the papers have', supported''' since !reduce its passenger rates to fork proper and the shank. Tbe roll hour. At last the king appeared ; to fren from crocking or decay', where Fay0a ay, '

ha atinounced'laat') summer.. hank Is that part of the pattern to and many the young man was dismissed cmdera might. lodge and start Ores.
.. three cents and did it voluntarily ) which, when completed the handle will by him thus: "I cannot demand When burning: It Is easily extinguishedwith

The" '.f'.weather' haiwarmedupconsiderably" : And it employs home labor be attached. that every: student should know my a small quantity' of water.. Jt has v harmacy
,
when it can do so. [ After the shank: has been drawn oat wife, but I do demand that tile Corpsteovla the appearance of burnt cork and Is Laren

),in}Florida.:during to a desired length the remainder of glv place. m 'the street to harder ti Ignite a second time than at

?I'' the week,'but this rU;;>o .indication S'sJaa..s. the blank, which Is) to comprise the hoe 1adJM.." ant-Sclentlae ,American., i Hit

that the winter is over; We La.... proper Is acaln bested and Is placed 14 s10 i
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S eoaaa.aa Writes.Then nla
A B M. That Sm ..__
cartons between
metal rolls
Japauesa lacquer Is a very huge which, as u1s
: geiog tri have more'cold wea- That old expression about tile std In a curious old market/'near --
are
sniMtaace.: A'' simple tJ'ee.'p, like they continue to .revolve flatten It Intoa -

"f .... .Tl* great" d&upett.; :to our //Dopl.' IIOP; It Is,.yet when applied to sheet the thickness of a hoc Thissheet watt coming up and bitting a man lath Pads In haii.l.wb'eln'everytbing Working girls'can Is' sold fit atsecond ilnp '; 1

Wood or metal quite Indestructible. A Is then taken to. a die, which Is taco takes on aa actual expression I oj
be; *
the
after **
is
: ,:, _. (tWfwe* diet'.i sap coat of. lacquer Is proof,against aleonof Just the six* of a hoe, and with a single the first tlm ODe BOSS tile bawl themselves out there from head to foot. q61 +S *********?*? 'tD

s\w 't 1" $tt* to flow' in-Februarys A ,>against boiling water, against almost Stroke the form of the boe blade to aoquired. > brtdg over the Oowanos aaal la
:;.Mae then, .u.J21u Ve had'last all known/agentarTbo laeqnertree .. The shank to given its curved Oa approaching tt. bridge a* old felt hat aid buy a straw, one, e<, y a'aerweeT'aTRBBT
J! change bor'ohl dress for
a new
y. -'of Japan I. .......... It to always appearance In a form. While hot the a moment wbm somo bars or srnnonr one '
very
,
,,!a,: would do: erioue'dainagei'A .* flit about to pass through It oats sees and, if sue .Ilk.*, buy a steak and a 1 pry rI
embryo boa.to Immersed m the S"4'
cut down at the f flsh oil
; ago 'forty IALIS'
': salad for her dinner .
6-' But web, the eats swing to. and then suddenly a paper bag of
."ete
sv. ,lIan., as thereafter It begins M dry for hardening If a socket to to be 1
; tried ,
::1' the roadway>rises uxoand stars tile potatoes sweet and some flowers I ,TA .t
I 1 I* of M9 oocwirertce ui-;' ,E.ch'tree yields on- its demoutlosaabout sued In attaching the handle, the socket fee.her' window Is .ry ,
Democracy king
wayfarers In the fac.1 tracks and all.rtiiitlnlng f
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to welded to the shank.
six barrels of lacquer. Tb.Itpsnas.'ar.vsryoarefa on Otherwise\ Nl
.tr.i.'I'J. would besfwi sap.\ bars. and no more attention u"peJd to .,
tner nntil the '..... baa P. r
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'' 5o5 to let It to knowtt a* a .. .... boe. ,In pop ,
u, ho# *er, to ke ptbr .fa sjnsr Into tbe secrets esT laesjjM*. fchlng a boo It to- first ground upoa,. passed through whey tb* whole tbos, UM 1'marvelous mm malre woo la looking for somo- i
which be 'e s
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about. the ftnutauref .?, .;..... 7 as -:;., ., : :, boons\ ....)....' Oa some hold'against noes me shank it a one operation ot telling tile wt..- of ......than to one man with tbe'wvodcn, -es'Kn W N hit!
a pmt. tt..i .to tile fcrMg Is1 c pwtermed, .so: adekb )IIg abe< wants a new left bn.tdhgefor to ex- tt
M a.'uW. iIM MIL as briHiasftwltt a brush but this Is not : a BOMB sardta*.$is '.>. tilts' M
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Dr Odnm fanning returned Tuesday Fisher'a drng atom Is head .quarters' At871ip .B A'
I to Atlanta for school books. rt'"
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There are Iota of Kentucky visitors at Mr. Robert M. Bond was in town
Boys"Suils. and Overcoats IWe '
1'I: DeLand this season. from Lake Helen Monday.Old .

I Special prices in several patterns of school books bought, sold or exchanged

..J' r ; wool goods at Dreka's. at Fisher's drng store

'f :' :J", Notice change In the advertisementof Mr. Geu. Holden was home Sunday bought too many :Boys' Suits and Overcoats $

Y 'A" l' THIS WEEK the Watts-Miller Co. spending the day with his family and to reduce our stock we are offering

;"". Prof J. Willis Westlake was a Lake Mrs, 0. B. Rosa and son have been
,, \. 't.''', ,' 1':: Helen visitor to DeLaud Monday spending the holidays Jacksonville.In them at a reduction of twenty-five per cent.

1 ff Gold filled watches, warranted for ten brewing Tetley's Teas. follow directions '

Many New ThingsARE years, from$((1 to'7.BO, at Boley'a. on package to obtain best results. $2.00 Suits $1.50

Mr. and Mrs. Fred It Finney were In '.

town from Orange City Wednesday Miss Amy Mock from Rochester N. 3.00 -2.25

BEING SHOWN Mr. Henry J. Clifton wan: at the Y., is visiting her !sister Mrs. E. L. Mc. 1
Bride "
county seat from the north end Satur 3.50 2.63

day. For Rent-Lurge. pleasant rooms,
centrally located.. Board optional. Address 4.00 3.10
__ Buy your carriages and buggies at
A ---- P. O. Box 616. w
Hodgkln's. Save freight and see what '
you ate getting Miss Wild. Spanlding spent a portionof v 5.00 3.75

,- the holidays with her friend Miss
Mrs. B. B. Remmers Is here from "
4 i : Susie Baas at Orlando. 6.00 4.50
r Fancy Figured Madras i i"t' \'\. f" Philadelphia visiting her daughter
.
If you have not received a new phone
'" Mrs. B. O. Baldwin "
.. 1 i|I
''' directory, please mark 164, ]Field Bros, 7.50 5.62
New Spring Goods : Dr F. P. McElroy, recently in ball
groceries, on your old one.
: ness at DeLand bus accepted a position
in a drug store at Key West I Mr. and Mrs. R. K Rice of Illinois $5.00 Overcoats $3.75 '

Fancy Lawns and Dimities I are occupying the Van Horn cottage,
\ Jim Erickaon sold, during 1006, |10- "
Howry Ave., for the season. 6.00 4.50
000 worth of pianos, and placed them in
.. Mr. and Mrs Weber and two daughters .
the homes of Volusia county people.Mr. I -k
of Chattanooga at bliss Dunn, 6.50 4.88
and Mrs. George Powell were ,
East Rich Ave for the season.
; here during the holidays, visiting Mr. 8.00 6.00 i IKuhnMade
Mr. and Airs. S. M. Morse, prominent a :
; F', parents anJ his sister Mrs. G. P.
COMPLETE SPRING LINE OF Carson people of Orange City, were pleaarntcallerson 10.00 7.50

The Record yesterday.We Clothes
Mr. Thomas R. Webb returned Satur

day from Jacksonville, where he had have phone now delivery wag.

Laces, Embroideries, been serving as a :juror before the U. S. on and the groceries. May we have

itr---st: District court.Congressman, your next order, also )Field l Bros., V. M. FOUNTAIN
Groceries, phone 164
and
1 Flouncings Burnett of Alabama,
spent the holidays at DeLand visiting Mr. James M. Bennett, horned and

All-Over.'Laces his family. He baa children attendingThe reared in the north end of this county,

(, Stetson University was at the county seat from Seville the i1'
l'' first of the week. Miss Constance Bryan of Fort Lauderdale Mrs. M. A. Clacknor, who had been } '\

i'J Mr.' Mayo Dade returned to Tampa Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Burrows arrived has been spending the week with 111 a long time, died at the home of Mr. ,I
: the latter part of the weak, and writes C. L. Harrison north west of town, .
the first of the week from Range- her sister, Mrs. G. A. Dreka.Dr. .
that the freeze was as severe there as it The funeral ",i.
Wednesday.
was in this section of the State. Icy, Maine, and are the guests of Dr. R. J Carson returned this week services were
held Barnson's
afternoon at Mr.
Thursday
and !Mrs W. S. .
Taylor
: from a two months'delightful visit with
j
Tae Volusla teachers returned Sun '
Watch Next! Week's "Ad" for Special/ Prices in Clothing day from St. Augustine where they attended United States Senator James B. Mc.Creary bin son in Mississippi on a big plantation home church, Rev., conducting Knapp of the the services Presbyterian : it',

of and ;r
Kentucky family atTh.
are
the State Teachers' Association, It was :Mrs. Clacknor's wish that her {

and report having a delightful time. ., College Arms His family will re The county officers elected at the No- body be sent to the old Kentucky home ; 1\
main at DeLand for the
Mr. and Mr,. H. A. Ocoor prominent season vember election will begin the new for burial, and it was done so, Mr. J. A. "

people of Rochester, N. Y., are spending Mrs. Pattie and daughter, Mrs Old terms on Monday next. There are few Stlth funeral director. She leaves many j': :

the winter at DeLand They came bam and children and Miss Pattie, of changes in the offices-only four. On DeLand friends who regret her departure .

down with Hon. G. A. Redman and Richmond. Ky., are in the city for the the Board of County Commissioners Mr. from among them.

G. A. DREKA & ,CO. family. season Arnold. They are friends Mr. T E. E, L. Potter was elected in the place of .";'

The one event that the ladies of our the late Capt. T. T Rodgers for the Card of Thanks. '
town and visiting ladies enjoy is the Mr. Ray Conrad was up from the Daytona. District, and Mr. A. H. Ryland, Mr. Charles W. Foote desires to express > e ;

opening of the new laces embroderles, south end the latter part of the week for this District elected in the place of his profound gratitude to all those ,,
Phone 77 DeLand Florida for[ a few days. His family spent the who tendered their :
so kindly sympathy .
etc., at Dreka's. All are being shown the late Frank E. Bond. The other two ,
holiday week with Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
this week. Woodall.. changes are on the School Board. Mr and service in his sad affiliation-the

Geo. F. Cranch succeeds Mr. E. F. loss of his wife.
Mr. Howard Stewart, attending Profs. Morse) Snhrle and Hill returned
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carson heartily
: Knappe as member from the Coast District ;
school Indiana returned to his duties
,
Saturday from St. Augustine, where
and Mr. A. B. Prevatt succeeds thank these friends and neighbors and i
,, last Wednesday, having spent the holidays they attended and took part in the
that the All-Father will reward
b Mr. L. E. Causey as member from thenorth pray
(1 wlt his parents, Chaplain and annual session of the Florida Edu- end District. I them at the appearing of Jeans Christ. g'Hz '

Mrs. W. H Stewart. cational Association.Mrs. kY CARSON. '

t Mrs. G. W. Mathis arrived Friday McCreary, wife of Senator Mc- Mr. John R. Wethetell is one of the

,'10.6. : last from Torrington, Ct., to spend the Creary' of Kentucky, Mrs U. G. Car. fortunate orange shippers of this place -----o -

winter at DeLand. She i is occupyingher zeliua, family and maid of Richmond, this season. He shipped 944 boxes, and You will not be held back on account
winter home on Indiana Ave. Mrs his returns netted him on the tree about of others; neither will you be unduly
AT THE CHURCHES.Baptist St. Ilarnabaa Church. LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Kentucky, and Miss Durrett of Louisville f
Mathib the out West $1500. He packed every box himself, 'I harried over things imperfectly understood ,
spent past summer with Miss
ft ft Kentucky, are Dunn
It St. Barnabas' Eolscopal church. Rev. and they brought the highest price in ; but yon will go just as fast aa
Chnrch. Campbell Gray Rector. Rev. J. E. Mickler and family left Rich avenue, for the season. you can thoroughly master tbe subjects, y

Services at the Baptist church will be Jan. 6th, Epiphany Sunday 7 a. m. rut: IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF Monday for Citra, Marion county, where New Year's passed off quietly at De- the tbe markets. These oranges which ha were from and no faster. Scbool.Osteopathy This is. the only correct
Huntley recently Beelar's
aa usual at 11 a. m. and 7:80: p. m. Holy Communion; 9 a. m. Morning Mr. Mickler will have charge of a very Land. All the stores closed in the after' grove way.
. 9:80 a m. Sunday school THE FAST WEEK. sold to Mr. John G. Holland, Managerof
Morning sermon: Exodus 813: "Car prayer;
nice church and congregation, the noon, the bent w.s closed for the day, ;
tainly) I Will be With Thee." Anthem 10.80 a. in. Choral service with ser I The College Arms. It is one of the in DeLand.Dr. .
"0 Come Let Us Sine."Gilbert. Solo lOon B p. m. Evensong. Dally service. .at Local. end Society Items for the .....pl.'. Bishop bavinir assigned him to that and the postorHue kept holiday honrs finest groves in this section. Mr. W.
... Mr. Webb B. Hill. Communion service. 5 p. m. charge The hotels and boarding houses all had this two With J. R. Moseley graduate of American +
bought
\ Eevening lermon: Union Temperance" ---- Paper.-Brief Mention of Fact as Mrs. H. M. Austin who went to flue New Year's dinners for their guests- grove years ago. School of Osteopathy, Klrksville. ,
Mass Meetln Anthem, "0 Come Let The Ministerial Association the increased price over the purchased I Mo., under A. T. Still founder of .
Seen by oar Repo.,... Louisville several weeks ago to attend Prof. Geo. W. llnlvejr\ former principal
fruit he has
Ue Worship. -Hlmmel Male quartette. Will meet at tbe study of the Chris price it sold for, with the science.
Yon cordially invited. the funeral of her friend Mrs. Shirrell, of the DeLand High School, now
are tian church Monday Jan. 8, at 10 a. m. shipped from it, deducting all expenses, I Office Putnam Inn.
All ministers whether pastors or not W. S. Taylor, Dentist. will not return to DeLand for some professor> in a military school at Sweet- he cleaned. up $3350 from this property.

I Methodist Episcopal Church Sooth. are cordially invited to attend. Whydid you write it 1906 time. She is visiting Mr. and Mra water, Tenn., was here the first of the --- The Monroe Place,
Sabbath 11 Sam'l Onerbaoker. week, spending his holiday vocation in I
Regular services every at
J. W. B. SMITH, Sea Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.New '
On Woodland Boulevard, near the
a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10 Yon may have the attention of an instructor Florida. He returned to Tennessee Lost
Junior 8 pmSen- spring goods being opened at i University churches and poetofflce.
League
a m; Epworth ; ang Can Wednesday.Hon.
p
Boxes of Choice ors Ba Had who baa had ever twenty-five Convenient to all. Sunny rooms and
lor Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid-week Dreka's.It I think near bank or postofflce, brown
He will instruct Geo. E. Terry and wife and the best meals that our markets can
years' experience
7 80 A yon
prayermeeting Wednesday, p m. to furnish boxes of ,
1 am ready blanket robe.
cordial invitation la extended to all grapefruit and tangerines or mixed oranges, for was summer-like weather several personally, suiting the instructions, to their son F. L., of Danbury Conn are figured or lap Finder supply. For home people and tourists

these services. sending to friends aa Christmas or New days' this week. your case so that you can ondnratand at The College Arms for the season, ar. please leave at Dreka's and oblige. I MRS. R. P. MOORE

Year present All choice fruit nicely Buy Tetley'a India and Ceylon Teas of them at Beelar's School riving Tuesday last. Mr. and Mrs. S. W HICKOX. DeLand, Fla

At the Presbyterian Church. packed and ready for ihlpment. the old .
London of The
England.Mr. Terry are among patrons -- ------- -- ------ ---- ------- -- --- --
T. E. ARNOLD. Mr. Van H. Parriott, of the Cameron,
Bible school at 9:45: sharp Morning William Kolman here College Arms, and are prominent peo
Phone 92 two rings.Special was from W. Va., Star-Tribune, accompanied by
worship at 11 o'clock Theme of sermon: pie of the Nutmeg State.
2 Tim. 1-13. "I Know Whom I Have -- Orange City Tuesday. Mrs. Parriott, is at The Melrose for the
Believed." Followed by communion Mr. John Baas visited relatives in season. He expects to have a winter' Hon. A. E. Bigelow. of Cleveland.

service. Endeavor society 6.45.: p. m. BargainIf Orlando during the holidays.For I home at DeLand, spending the seasons' Ohio, Is at The College Arms for the
The evening service will be a union one sold within the next thirty days: here in future for Mrs. Parrlott'a health. season. Mr. Bigelow has been coming
at the Baptist church in behalf of 4t acres in large budded orange trees. bargain. in real estate and grove South for the past. twenty-five winters A. H. WOODALL
temperance., All are cordially invited. Good house and barn, city water in property see John L. Nucbols. As far as The Record can learn about and the majority of these winters he i

house. and yard hones renting for $10 The malls are in late three-fourths of the crop of oranges had
yet coining baa passed at PeLund. and is always
month within tour blocks of
St. Peter's Catholic Church. per ; public been shipped from Volnsia before lastweek's
from to three hours
school Fruit brought $400 this season. one nearly every found at The College Arms while here.
and evening service freeze. Of the other fourth
Morning every over
k Sunday with, the exception of the second All for $$3.300. Apply w.to W. ALCOTT. day.The half of it will go into market in good J. A. Douglass/ formerly a resident of
Sunday of each month. Mass and sermon county commissioners and school this city has purchased the Lockhardt
sound the freeze
condition not
I at 19 a. m.. followed by Sunday -- -- board, will hold their first 1907 meetingnext injuringit. boarding house on West New York Fine Groceries

\\It. school. Evening service 7.30.:: FOR SALE. week.If avenue, DeLand, and in exchange has
Stetson students, who went home to
, The First Methodist Episcopal Church.. Tne materials of a 10-room house in want of a carriage or wagon, call spendthe holidays returned Tuesday deeded Mr. Lockhardt. his residence in r

Rev. Win. J. Harkness, Ph.. D., Par located 2} miles north of O teen. House : at Hodgkin'a; he can suit you aa to quality to resume their ptndlea at this Institu Daytona. Mr. Douglass will remodel i THE HOLIDAYS we are receiving the New Croo of
tor. I and price. the house and will operate. it as a first. FOR
with
40 window. ell blinds
baa over tion. Stetson will have the Pack
biggest Figs, Dates, Nuts, and Evaporated Fruits; also New
.
.i Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching Dr. and Mrs. V, H. Voorhis claas'boarding house -Daytona Gazette-
; In condition returned
R, and 30 doors All good except winter odds it has
service 11:00 theme, "Missionary term by long ever News Pumpkins, Fresh Mince Meat, and Republic Plum Pudding/
: a. ro.t;
roof. Address, Saturday from Fort Myers,. where they
had. Many new students
are coming
r Sermon. Epworth League 6:49 p. m. E. A. FEHN.Oateen spent the week. Hon. Geo A. Redman and family of Just received, Fresh Buckwheat, Rye, Graham, and Entire
Preaching service at 7:80: p. m ; theme in this week.
"Withered Hand.:. A cordial invitation Fla. All text books used In the public Rochester, N. Y., arrived Saturday and Wheat Flour, also Samp and Yellow Meal.
The fire department was called ont located at the ;Monroe House This
extended all friends and --- are
to
strangi
schools of the county can be had at Monday. Grass and trash burning For a Good Breakfast, try a package Prepared Buckwheat y;
were -
ere. Is their fourth at DeLand. Mr.
The Marsh Market. Fisher drug store. season Jack Flour wlthScudder's Pure Canada
r near the Nahm home on Clara Ave or Flap Sap Maple Syrup. .
Redman is a great friend of DeLand
tL' At the Christian; Chnrch. If yon want the choicest cuts of Meats Mr. E. B. Rosser of Atlanta Ga., and came near setting this fine home and brought a party of five with him. COFFEES-Try our Barrington Hall Steel Cut at 35c; and d
Bible school Lord's Day 10 a. m.; eave orders with us. The best of who baa a grove near DoLand is a '
your afire. The department however
at 25c Is
soon in our "Niagara" Bowing more popular day.
He says it is the heat town the !Southin :! every
11 Junior Endeavor 3 Beef. Mncton and Fork Roasts and
Preaching
a. m.; ; guest at Tbe Melrose.
got the fire under control, and no dam which to the winter.
p. m.i Christian Endeavor 6.49: pm.; Chops,, Sausages, Hamburg. Steak, pass Our Fall Stock Is now complete, and we would be pleased to
Preaching 7:80: p. m.s; Prayer Meeting fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon, Miss IsaBlle MoKlnney who spent age was done Mr. G D. Jackson and family returned have you call and examine the Finest Stock of Groceries In the f s
Wednesdays 7.00: p m. Morning sub eto Courteous attention and prompt the holidays BJiome with her mother Mr. L. C. Parker representing the Tuesday from EuKtls.! where q
will be "Tha Call of God." In delivery. city.
ject returned SundJ to Indiana.
Fruit and Produce News of New York they few days on their
the evening the union W. C. T. U. 88rf spent a groves.
F- Marsh
mon at the Baptist. church. All are Bros. Misa Carrie Watts I Is spending' a was at DeLand the first of the week in Mr. Jackson has 8000 boxes of oranges, Yours respectfully,

cordially invited. couple of weeks in Jacksonville with the interest of his paper and made this grapefruit and tangerines on his groves, :

f J. W. B. SMITH Trespass notices, printed on cloth for her aunt Mrs. D. A: Morrison.For office a pleasant call. His paper keeps and he went over there expecting to Phone 19 A. H. WOODALL < ail
Pastor.
ale at The Record office.! Sale-A lot of fresh Kentucky you posted as to the Condition of the find them damaged by last week's cold, j \

grain bay and chicken feed. All choice. markets throughout the North. but ha was happily surprised. His

i Address B. D Martin DeLand, Fla. Let ns all! try to push DeLund ahead /groves are in the lake section, and went

'f Mrs. Walker, nee Julia. BUlb, was for 1007 as she has grown during the through the freeze with no damage resulting -

-! Yes We Have here during the holidays from Atlanta year just passed All her business m.D. to the frnlt or the trees. Thereare

.eh, the guest of her sister, Ura. S. A. Wood. too, have done well all mechanics and inland lakes all around his groves

rrSf. All of the Sanitol Goods Wanted-A boy to take care of hone laborers ware kept busy and there is no and sensitive ha reports to cold that, were guava not hurt bushes, very
F. &
times J.
and do general choaea .about; the house. reason why such busy should not ALLEN CO.

Ii: ; Call at George E. Davis', East Rich Ave. continue through the new year. '-/

. Have tha Record sent you for the Miss Marlon Speer, who has been enjoying -
t Sahitol Toilet Powder i 1 Absorbs aU skin The growers are still rushing the y.ar'I007. The best paper in the county her visit to Mrs. William D. Bar- Leading Furniture House of Volusla County
The fruit does : .
market. not
Impurities orange, to nett, will go to DeLand Wednesday to
'.'II. Sanitol Bath Powder i I 18 a cleansing. refreshing seem so badly Injured by. last week's gives you all the county and local news Miss a party of relatives who are there. We Invite comparisons in stylea and prices,
:f 1 luxury for the bath. cold. 1 and read throughout Volnsia. It coat Speers Is a remarkably bright and
.J" I advance. To advertisers : attractive girl, and much foreign travel
Stimulates, nourishes and you $1.00 only in
Sanitol Face Cream | Mr. and An.. O. W. Powell and sonHenry
beautifies the skin.l they find in, Its columns the under particularly fortunate circumstances
.. Powell and wife are pleasantly nan made her a delightful conversationalist Entire Bedroom Suits i r
l Sanitol Powder i Cleanses the teeth and best medium In this section of the Stateto and
the hreath..t domiciled al The College Arms for the a very interesting t
.Iit. ., purifies \ roach the people., companion.-Times Union. 'Dining Room Furnishings.

.:" Sanitol Tooth Paste J SeW season.. Mr./rhas.,: : W. Foote arrived from Miss Speers arrived at DeLand Wednesday
;.10 C tooth Theo Strewn and family of IlllnoUarc a rrIf
Den and
Needs
,Iio'!. ll constructed on scientific- prin.Sanitol Nova. Scotia Sunday' to attend the and is with her uncle and aunt.; Parlor Library' '
the, home of Fred
: ToOth BrUSh{] clpln; It thoroughly cleanses andpolilbee oocjnpylD'- new funeral of his wife, who died last. Thursday Mr. and Mrs.John E..Handle. at, the. If,
CUra) and Blch Avis for Stair
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the teeth Smith corner > ; Rugs Carpet Matting
( ; at the home of her uncle dr. Henry Putnam Inn. "
1. J Sanital Shaving Stick| } Softens the beard quickly and leaves the 8H OIl. Carson.N.", York Ave.,' after,a brief r
1 the face soft without Imartln8" Mra:;H. F. Fisher mud daughter. 'MissImogene Illness The funeral services were held --CrexJapBruSfelsX

Per the toilet and batb. It .. ... ". .... '. .'n.i,.
Sanitol Hygienic Soap J nursery from Cleveland, Ohio are at Monday afternoon, Rev J,W. B. Smith .A \

must be used to be appreciated.Wr Mrs'Rt' ; P."Moore- ,. the Monroe Place, of the Christian Church conducting the The newest ideas In Furniture aid the beat-onalitlea'alwaya her. -

Nut .. tile. A. Allen OBLANO' forth*winter;< service,. Me-I. A.Allen funeral 0 direc W. WILBUR BLACKMAHOSTEOPATHIC I Vfr f m t **t *itfi mi i *H$ l &* **,tttlL4*****+* ++** i19
___ I UIiAI; PLOItIOA. Miss Okie'Painter of JaokaonviUe has tor. The burial. waaatOakdala. Mrs. Phone r u 1 r
', N..62 J.. R"AI J KM-A: :F ..', :
You O Watch Cleaned rHVSlCIA .
Where t Your been spending the holidays at DvLand, Foote, accompanied by two children, ;;H;
,n--Mail l and exprees ordn* receive prompt and:'careful*\ attention"" .-,.;1"r '" ,
of the bridesmaids theRe the winter at DeLand
and was on M was spending THE couece ARMS "
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-J..lJea.weccUns. Tuesday with Mr,and JIr Henry Oanon.It. 4
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r A LOBSTER'S LEGS. THE PRIBILOF ISLANDS. OOOOOOO..oO.f. >4s E -t\\t9raO Jj eih'd.fOOOO Notice( of Application for Tax Deed Under h' '

-- Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws of t tf
The Ti,. ....t tone :. 'DIB. '
Are re t Wk...> No -Whit Ma. Mar ....d Un.I 0 Florida.
From the Other Klght. .M Ho HIM .. Permit.TJnalaskn Notioe/ Is hereby given that Dennis Bush ,
r u'' l A lobster's' lofm,"all told are ten'ln! resembles other northern i (It purchaser of tax oertJdo.teIo.. 4W. J There Is more than one way to get your' crops to
number latedtheSrd. day of July 11)00) has Iliad There Is only one to be sure of a full
: but only) elRbt of these are stations Il( .market. way
having warehouses docks, the A Boston schoolboy tall itnd
said ollloe baa
was oertlllouta In made
0 my
,' largely\ uaed for walking.. The trout Inevitable Greek church and a score of application for tax deed to Isaue In aooordauoe 1 crop of smooth good-sized, mealy potatoes.

'pair or big claws, have.been special- wooden cabins. Whalers leave here weak and sickly. with law. Said oertlUoate embraces Nine per of .
.teed, M In,the crab and moat othere of for the arctic regions. 0 the following described property situated cent y

1 'organ the) higher* for crustaceans.catching and Into crushing prehensile>the Dutch Harbor Is a station for our I His arms were soft and flabby. 0 la EX Volusla{ of sera\county of serf Florida of sera towit, seo. 83, tp. 17 POTis
revenue fleet. There Is much coming south range 80 east; 6 acres
'prey. Their use la obvious. Lobsters and going of ships of all nations. ThereIs He didn't have a strong muscle in his : The said land being assessed at the date
ft teed largely\ off mollnaka of '''various of tbel Issuance of such certificate In tbe
formidable fleet and 1
quite a only )1 .,1oiiel'innVei'ralr.
entire body. name of Ell Barrentlne. Unless" said oerttnoate I *. the fcrtnhw1 la _"017. Stabta mascara .
sortsand 'otherhard
shelled marine two ships out of twelve carry colors shall be redeemed aocordlna to law wine and knfular .lmp..l po .lom-eiia it with' Potash a lnrg.
:e animals.. In order to be Able to break of the same country. g tax deed will issue thereon on tbe loth vield.. of a bttttf gamily Is a _.J UI.. i
.or crush J.the shells of these'and : .' How apply Fouuh. the WHOM foe applying .. and mbarsad
of la (
to
so day January,19o7.
Just before entering the harbor one The who had attended
physician (III Witness olBclal signature and seal points of mcoMiful potato smrinr., ale. all d.......... In ourbooklet' .
(at at the softer flesh wIthIn they have notices/ a detached rock hIgh againstthe my /
this the Uth day of Deo. ItfOU. Why sot bars I ttt It seas yon nothing but tbe uIcJa&
acquired such large and Very muscular 0 the family for thirty prescribed
side of tile cliff. It bears a years 0 BAWL D. JORDAN
nippers or pinchers. That Is not all, lug resemblance to a Russian ItI'lk-1 I Scott' Emulsion. C- Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, ilIa ., GERMAN KALI WORKS
'k boweyerA Not only have'the two front full robes. Touched by the sunset $ e' t New' Vork-oi>i_St..or Atlanta.Oa.-ia>4 Camllar Bid*.

legs been(differentiated and specialized light, he seems to stand blessing the 0o Foreclosure Sale c 1 1

{ from,the eight\ others In- this manner : barbor. NOW : 0 Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure .

f,: but atb,. a rare exception to the :1 Sailing north out Into Bering sea, one and sale rendered In the Clrouit ..
Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit *>MMP>I M WMWMM*.WATLANTIC I1a fe1At44fa tt6 N..._......... .
of the the claw :
symmetry body, right looks back at the desolate silent, tree g
1 of Florida, in and for Volusla County in '
has been,specialized from the left, each less- Islands, which seem to wall the To feel that boy's arm you Chancery. n a cause therein pendlngwbere

t i toeing Intended to perform a distinct edge of the world. Hundreds of miles would think he was apprenticed to a In John 1>. Hubbanl la Complainant W. COAST LINE !
function.- One la a scissors, the other west they run toward Vladivostok. E. Davis Is Defendant, I will sell at public I ,
r Is a mill;'one la a cutter.the other Is acracker. Two hundred and forty miles north blacksmith.ALL outcry to tbe highest and best bidder for I
in
House
r t 10 cash at the front door of tbe Court
./ of TJualaska are the Prlbllof Islands, DeLand. in said County,during tbe legal
t As a'rule, the right claw Is the slenderer not large, but the greatest seal Islands DRUQQISTSl BOo. AND $1.00.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. hours of sale on Monday. January 7th. A. Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia North Carolina I
r. and longer. It has toothllke pro.y'ir' In the world. There are many fur I D. 1DU7, being the first Monday in said ,
month, the following tote, pieces' ,or parcels
jection or Serrated 'edges on Its : i
( nip seals around the shores of Bering sea of land lying I and being In the County of and South Carolina

;;t ping biting.face and; and severing It Is rather than for adapted crushing for aud mass the of Aleutian them are Islands bred on but the the Prlbllof great OOOI follows Volusla, and to-witi State! The of south Florida quarter described of the as ._ ..._.. _. _. .. .. _.. .. ..... ... .... _.. .. ......__, I

B or grinding.' The left claw, on tbe oth- group. No white man Is permitted toluud southeast section quarter nineteen of,tbe township southwest seventeen quarterof The Great Highway of Travel from :
er band/1 le vsually thicker; heavier and on these breeding grounds without
I south, east, strip
,, rounder. Its muscles are more power a permit signed by the secretary A Sweet Dream Ended. Notice of Final Discharge. three feet range wide thirty-one on the north aide except, sold a to A. Florida-East West North South
w ful. and |In place of sharp teeth It bas of tbo treasury of the United States. Ethel-Bobby Jones died very snd" W Balden tbe whole containing ten acres !

a,
s sizes.. It acts In fact, more like a Inconsolable? Edith-Yes. poor dear. after date tiwiltbe 20th day of March, of Also the northeast beginning quarter at the of northeast section/ corner thirty To the East, the Famous ,
She was looking forward 1007, the undersigned/ administrator ot the
so X
happilyto
nutcracker than like teeth or a saw. The Pap of the Camel. estate of Evelyn 0. Blane, will ale his. final township seventeen south range thirty-cm
,' It la a ..smashing organ. Nevertheless As n mutter of fact and In spite of divorce proceedings\ and alimony. account as such administrator with the will east, run thence west two hundred sixty I Florida and West India .Limited and New York Express :
; ;yon will find It Interesting to observe, its having carried" Mohammed in fourlaapn New York Press. annexed together with his vouchers with one und one-fourth feet, thence 'south lour I
y hundred and eighteen feet, thence east two
y. by noting the lobsters served to you attable Jerusalem Mecca, the County Judge of Volusla' county Florida Route and Dixie'3
from to seven hundred sixty-one and l one-foul feet Montgomery
at his nlllce/ at DrLand and ask
lor
Turned Down.TedI an HE 1 WEST '
,that this differentiation has hardly tulle an hour Is the camel's limit, nor order of Until discharge. thence north four hundred and eighteen 1U 1 via Atlanta.
I \., as yet. become quite constant for can It maintain tills rate over two never ;yet met the woman I This September 17th, 11)1)41CHARLES! ) feet to tbe plaeo of beginning,containing I Flyer :
'; sometime It Is the right claw that display thought I could marry Ned-You're Jr.. BLANK two and one-half acres. '
hours. Iti usual speed Is five miles an
the bammerllk nutcracker type lucky The three I met I thought I Administrator wltb the Will Anne xed BERT FISH, Pulman Cars and Through Coaches on all Trains.
boitr-a slow puce, beyond which It Is Special Master In Chancery.: I 1
could.! New York Herald. _
and the left that acts
and
as nipper
Ilanm'ou'l! to urge It, lest as Asiatic -- -- all'
(. Atlantic Coast Line mileage books, good to all point! via
s biter while sometimes no difference any It might break Its heart and die trains as far east as Washington and aa far West as St.::! Louis, Cmclnattl .
+ occur at all both claws alike being literally ou the spot. When a camel/la Notice to NonResidentsIn and New Orleans; rates 2500. ..

harp toothed or blunt hammered In the pressed beyond this speed and Is spentIt Circuit 7th
"' Court. Judicial Cirotit; / of
AIDe specimen. kneels down, and not all the wolves Florida In and lor Volusla County. In Consult the Purple Folder ,

In Asia will make It budge ago In. The Chancery. KLICKER BROS
4 BOTH WELL INFORMED. camel remains where It kneels, and Ola Wester ) For detailed and full Information regarding rates Pullman reservations
V8.Besea 1 Hchedules. Call agent, or write
on your
where It kneels It dies. A fire underIts
li, JU lMtee.uuMT. of Compliment Betwe nose U useless.-Times of India. To Hose'a Wester.Western) I Merchant TailorsFour FRANK C. BOYLSTON, W. 1). STARK, Traveling Pass. \gt. I

!k': .a Grant Bind ..... You are hereby required to appear to the'. 1)\l8t. Fuss. Art., 138 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. .

N' Toward the end of the war between He Had III WI.U. Bill of Complaint Died herein agntnst you J. CRAIG, P....Trtl. fUn.j.r T. C. WHITE, Oen'l. P.... Agent

.f. the states the value of a well organized Carl Scburz had uo consideration for 4tl In the day above of February entitled A.cause D. 1(107.on( or before tbe I Doors South from Fisher's CornerSuits 4eg MM M MMMMMMMMM' __ MMM 4itE4Mr

coat service came to be fully appreciated hypocrites or pretenders. Upon literary The Volusla County Record Is hereby ----- _._
by the leaders of both armies pretenders he was particularly se designated as the newspaper In which thin
Perhaps DO'commanders of modern vere. At n dinner In New York one order shall be published onoe a week lor for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns The climate of the East Coast of Florida

time were better served In this respect night of wealth who had wrIt. lour consecutive weeks. night, new,
a man .
Witness my hand and seal oi office this Is nearer perfection than that of any i
4 than General Grant and General ten a volume of poems sneered at poll. 1st day of January 1U06. Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through

$4 Iwo Both were kept Informed dally as tics. [8BALJ SAM'l. JORDAN, Clerk right, and through, other place on earth. 4: elr *
to nearly everything that went within BUN FISHER, Deputy Clerk.
on "I wouldn't give a picayune he said, MoCBy
Suits well
J Lee made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true-
,k the enem) lines. "for a senatorship or a cabinet office. Solicitor for Complainant.
I Waiting here. When you appear.Tola'sTTLTA"T .
General Gordon relates
that one To be even president wouldn't tempt
i morning toward the'' end of the longconflict me. I, for my part, would rather be Notice. --
; when the Confederates, officers ( I ION FREE. EastCoastd
known any day as a third rate poet I
_
'h and men alike were reduced to- unpleasant than a first rate statesman." Notice la hereby given that the under.signed .
straits for food a captain from guardian of tbe estate of Clarence
"Well aren't ? said Mr. Schurz.Mlnernln KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda
i you W. Vanilorn, a minor will on the 4 h tiny ,
the Union headquarters went, under a of February, 11107, make application to the .
,tt flag of truce, with a communication to In W..t.... lion.J. Lee McCrory, County Judge ortbe ... I
Lee the county of Volusla and State of l< for .
General. concerning .exchange Lead or zinc be 'lorldaJ
34 ore can so finely pulverized leave
to sell at a private sale half
a one un
of prisoners.\ that a tablespoonful may be divided Interest. In the following: property Pipe fitting Tin roofing Gut
,I "General Lee." said the captain, with mixed In a bucket of clear water with- situated In the county of Volunla I and Stateof .
a smile, after delivering his/ message out .being visible to the naked eye. Florida, and described. as follows to-wltt: T.B. ECCLES tering and spouting. Pump:
_
"General Grant sends you his personal When thus powdered the particles are tbe An south undivided twenty one live half feet Interest of tbe In and north to repaired, wells and tanks madt /

compliment and''bids me assure you so minute that It often takes half an eighty eight and one half feet of lot five, to order. Repairing of all *
that he \know exactly what you had tour for them to settle to tbe bottom :block:: four, according to plat of D. D. Rog -1 Onion .j
for breakfast this mornIng" of n vessel full of water. This fact ers' survey of DeLand In said county and Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds- Satisfaction guaranteed.
"General Grant must be misinformed Stale; also an undivided one quarter Interest
makes It evident that a stream may in and to the south five feet of
tbe
a* to ,thlB"- replied General Lee surveylng carry large quantities of minerals rich sixty three and one half feet ot said lot north live, Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. a1m
Rogers' eanh
smlla "General Grant la a generous u_ ___ aforesaid plat. Also the Interest ot the
man, and If be had known with what aforesaid minor Clarence W. Vanllorn In
HAPPY and to, and his rights under a certain party .
a breakfast l'bad to content myself wall contract reoorded In tbe oWoe of the Now is the time to order
he. Would certainly have sent me half OME Clerk I of the Circuit" Court of Volusla county, lami
of his. But give him my compUmente," : Florida In Book. J of miscellaneous recordsat r
'era' he .with sudden where health abounds. page 111, as the property of said minor.I
continued a twinkle Is one MARTHA
** .":=d ay that although I do not know With Impure blood there can Dated this Jan.3, 19U7.A. VANHOKN.Uuardlan. Simon Pure No.1 1for

tike a* to hi*.breakfast.I have full particular not be good health.
concerning his dinner last nJgbt.Youth'a ." With.disordered LIVER there Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un I
der Section 8 of and be sure of a large next
Companion.. Chapter 4888: Laws your grove crop
.. be blood.Tutt'sPills.
cannot food
I of Florida. > tas tnaoas Drugs OroiM, Flneipple PkoUtloas
winter All the best use SIMON PURE )
groves
Notice Is hereby given that Cresoent Timber Coeosnt Oren. and vegetable Farms of the country trnmtny to
+' ? The Caso.ele.i 11'.... Co purchaser of Tax Certificate/ No.42, FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : :
dated the 3rd of |I3DIA3 RIPER LANE TTOBTII and BISCAYNE
Underexl.Ung .conditions-and the day June A D. 1U01, has h BAY ,
filed said certificates in office "
and made
,
condition have existed on the surfareofthe. for my an rucart from iMkienTlllt va Us
application tux deed to Issue in accordance -
moon for perhaps millions of with law. Said certificate embraces F. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. FLORIDA EAST COAST >EAILWAT.Rai .
U
;years-It, Is. AI physical Impossibilitythat the following described property situated. p
In Volusla county. }Florida to wit: i
'thai I face of the moon should revivify the torpid LIVER and restore Uodluided % Interest In sere dewy seo. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ...
change.one.. lot- There are ,, neither Its natural action. SIT tip 18 south r ii8 nest I
outside nor Inside Influences that can he said )anti being assessed at the date

be brought to bear to make a change A healthy LIVER' means pure of name the of issuance John N.of Burton.such cerlilluate in the ._. 1

In the configuration of "our silvery slstrf blood. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed way.

worl ." J3er,Internal fires have Pure blood means health. according to law tax deed will Issue
.c long since died oat, and there I Ie an Health means happiness. thereon on the 6th day of Jan., 1007. Ali

Nil, utter Existing absence'of{h tinder; such both conditions air and water.' I Is Take no Subttltute. All Druggists I this Witness the 7th ml.olltotal. DJlitJ'ri.signature'! ') JORDAN and seal, John B. Stetson UniversityAFFILIATED Fes app of 1"10.bMitIM" ..., and book elks,"lad uifbrautloB Cout of Florida"addrws,1M tt ..p otFsalasalar \

utterly Impossible that the face of the Clerk Circuit Court Volusla Co ,mty Fla
J.B.P ABBOTT, I.P.BECK1t'1TII. J.D.BAH3IB
should J
a moon -
'undergC-change or din-
HODGKIN'SVVagon
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under fIoeoPN'ta _---.. s..u Iey.a A.II.p A.
Integration even In. the course of a Section 8 Chapter 4888 Laws WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. '
Imudreu .:;:::: ..- of Florida. ____u..u.n. 8'1'.4I1Q118TJl'lEo 5'LI.
Shop ,
Notice la hereby that Crescent Tim.
given COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Standards ldanlloal wltb tbe Unlver-
bar Co., of certificate are
No. .
purchaser tax 8
G.5 A. Wo cthiaLPalnten dated the Dthriay of June 1IXH has. filed said city of Chicago r
I DeLAND FLA.Everything CULL.KUE examination .
4. certificate OK LAW-Graduates admitted without In Florid
Thornton office and ha made !
JU-P. my application COLLEGE OF .: and Civil Engineering.
TECHNOLOGY Electrical
Mechanical BOld Lumber
In for tax deed to issue In accordance wltb h
'4 Don't pay $1.60 a gallon for canned Wagons, Buggies, Carts law. Said certificate embraces tbe follow / \ ComPa9Y]
011 -which ought to cost but 60 cents a eto., manufactured and repaired in my lag described property situated/ In Volusla COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Five. courses of study for Florida School!

tan ration.! Ready-mixed paint Is half oil Shop in the very best workmanship county, Florida. tow, It- Toe'ber. 'Harvard Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depotat
and half known. Only flret-cluee men employedand Undivided Interest In PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Kor Chicago Yale, Princeton,
paint.. Buy oil fresh from X seK of swji, seo Michigan Vassar.BUSINESS DeLand with best cypress and yellow pin
firat-olass work turned out. I have 34 tp 13 south, 28 20
r
the barrel and add It to the L. & M. east. acres.
Paint, which is .emt-mixed.. stall added to my p an't aCOLD T'"ba said land being assessed at the date of Business. Law. COLLEGE. -Bookkeeping, Banking!!, Shorthand Typewriting, Lumber
the issuance of such certificate In the Flooring Ceiling
,When you buy L. &M. Faint:you fret of Claressa Hluwoller. Unless said certlfi-name SCHOOL! OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron Working and Manual Mouldings,
a full gallon of paint that won't wear cite shall be redeemed according to lawtax Training I
08 for ten or fffteen years because L. deed will Issue thereon on the 6th day of Teachers'tlCHOOL Course.SCHOOL OF .MUSIC-Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory. History of Music, Shingles Laths Etc.
& H. Zinc hardens the L. & M. White Jan.. IttWT.' ,
OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and Painting, oil, watercolor,pastel.
Witness official /
signature and seal
like Lead and makes I* &> M. Paint wear ibis the 7th my day; of Dec., 19041.SAM'L STETSON has 4 Colleges/ Technical hoots! 19 Buildings, 48 In Faculty, All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick,Cement etc., promptly delivered'!
iron. D. JORDAN solid/ courses, strong teachers, modern equipment, 10 laboratories. 2 museums, anowhere in the city.
:;* :4 gallons! L. & M. mixed with 3 gal N Clerk Circuit Court, Volusla oountv. Fla gymnasium,:24! class. rooms,separate dormitories for both sexes,memorial dining i .. .
Ions linseed oil will paint a moderate hull wood and lion shops, manual training. and domestic science', auditorium,
//t sited house. '!. |10,000 pine organ. 15 pianos, debating clubs, llterory societies, star l lecture
.: Notice to NonResidentIn courses, Christian: associations, general library ((15.0UU Isl' law l ,
i*. Actual cost I* & M;about$1.20 per rlroult library.enclosed athletlo fluid, running track, tennis nourti, baseball diamond, )
Court Seventh Judicial
gallon. ft Florida In and, for Vulusla County Circuit football Held park-like campus,shell roads, cement wa.ks, shrubbery and tree, DeLand Saw and Planing I Mills & Novelty Works
.
Christian not sectarian to all denominations steam heat
Sold in the North, East. Boutb and Florida. In Chancery ( ) atmosphere, open ,
olectrlo tights, electric bells concerts, fraternities, exhibitions, receptions, recitals -
-i West. Sarah Rogers: 1 veipers eKO irslms, festivals. Attendanoe now biggest In history of' J. T. CAIRNS, Hropr. and Manager. f.
4' O.; 8. Andrews, Ex-Mayor Danbury, Complainant, I Ivs. l University. Generous patron I no money spared. BMtsoh U for Florida lint,
v Conn., writes: "Painted my house 19ear V last .and all the time. DRESSED '; "
ago with L. & M. Looks well to-I Thomas J.Defendant.Bogers J I For Informaton,catalogues, bulletins, views, and folders, address \ _
PRESIDENT/ LINCOLN HULLEY A. M., Ph. D.. DtfLand, Florid LI\IMBER' '
,Bo'ld'byia. : To Thomas J. Bogers i- AND ROUGH t,
D. McDonald, DeLand" N.

k, 1'lac ., r Bill You of are Complaint hereby required tiled herein to appear against to you the Gelling, Flooring, Siding, Turning Scroll Sawing, Moulding, Window anu '
f -- 'in the above entitled cause on or before the Door Frames, Newel Post% Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc.'
.,.' 7th day of January, A.D. 1J07.:) Sheddlnr for Groves and Pineries. sT Crates and Box Material. a specialty. a.'
--- TIRE SETTER The Volusla County Record In hereby Contracts taken for: the erection of any kind of' a building
f er..1'.'....rM *'"*'>..Y..et ..- It.' designated the newspaper in which this 'I ..;.1 '
Can "set Tires 'wlthont I I
$'. ''WIdO""I.tIauchterIIOther., why; do your taking order shall bo published onoe a week for DELANO F'I ORU
iF-
wheels from vehicle. We take out no four consecutive/ weeks.Witness __. ._ : ,
rea ten,people that 1 am only,.eighteen bolts, rub no paint or barn your felloes .
sa lien y' twenty-four with a bolt tire. Come and see it work 17th day of my November hand and, A.seal D. 1IM6.iSBALl of) .office thl. :

ITIdo r->- eIiH elxtteeu's six years! and yon will never have yonr-Tlres set SAM'L D. J ROAN, Clerk. Machiliery i ..
MALSBY : "
1 .nnger tlaD.t"entJ'-tour.' Daughter hot again, By Ban FISH Deputy clerK 'j--:

es,' f koow:; but surely\ ;! do Dot need jThanklng you for your patronage in Landls A: Flab.ttolloltous Where you find.Shield Dr.and'Shoes

Mbn nt Jof,tboee.1s'eare'It my the rand hoping a continuance In for Complainant. it is a safe place to tradu, because Company ,
.ilas. .to> IT" Widow-Not at all my the future/1 remain -
....e. butt, dov-LonJoa Tei.graph.au .): Yours to serve they are sold by reliable merchants .J ; ...,..
,, ,'". SCOTT ItOtIOKINS. I Inure with us. everywhere./ Be sure to ask for SAW MILLS, EffGKXHH. and IKI1LKK3: I'ntahle Outfits a Specialty. Write r "

_ :T.IIWe. m* Bl.h ......., U the time.. orOatalojrue. FLORIDA' Term. (Jor. a Ward, nnd JeTerson ftr'et' .. ..
I Now J OK'IONVIT!' LE. -
'.1 We one bear Mr.. Morley. In a. lln-,, Riser's King $3.50 Shoo I ,
cash for losses. ,
i pride, dellgbtful aa JtJ rata Spot ,, .
tlMtf whoa be and HW ..Qladaton
IT should be for and

.to".." talk.. bapka'addflak.dtto-.both'1; bneousvlouslyl ( 1 16 a akave R you.'insured protected? money's men, worth.oli.Will'get o Made ini your 37 I I Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops.

I '.' l ,ftoAl,-London Outlook., : reliable. styles and all the popular .

':' J !,--iL--,: :.: .;&J. ( 1' Every company Leathers Patent Colt Vic!; and 13epeiredI. ( '
Wagons Shoeing
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