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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 18, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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1 II'" 1it4 USL'OV1R THE COUNTY ,The fjorlty< of our citizens seem to be Ga., are apenHla-g' this ....ar-.tth< Mr. AT THECHURCHES.

W. PERKINS, in favor of dividing the! eonnty.: Port Jas. A. PattllK: w_ ..
JAMES .
Orange is of course the logical for
point
ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED Rev
TO Mr. Rogers.pastor of the Baptist
the ooort hone, in Halifax county, 8U Peter's Catholic Church.
ATTORNE alld UNSux.oa..T-: .TIIK. RECOJIV ,OFflt'E BITS should such a county exist Church her filled his"regular appointment Morning and evening service every

L LAWd!" (' I C08RES.OIDENT8.r Sunday:' Sunday with the exception of the second,
:_ F1Jlda.: The pulpit of the Methodist" church Mr i BattoaXDf Cow Creek) and idlesBob Bnnday of each- month..". Mass and ser

DeLand. V'1..t[ *7 !H. rl"I I will be filled here next Sunday by Rev. Nicholson/of Geneva. ai.*pendlag ,..on'at 10 a. or., followed\ by Sunday

Will Practice I lA te and Federal' ?.. i PI '* Chas, Lane. On 1II0nda ""vllnII1Jf"T.80, the week Witrf Miss Lottie Laonardy. .school., Evening service at 7:30.:

CSiI. \ ,. : L1 r .'-4 at Rldgewood Hall,'Prof. Lane Mil'deliver .

.. ;;" : ; I r\ for ClIren. e PI 800 rlln I,4 _. one of his lectures, the) subject,1te> Mrs. KsriieansaylbfMvineialesi wWbroogh Mon At the Presbyterian!Church.
and
1ITk & day *hre. foir bnrlal oa
STEWART & lug, Talks and Talkers. Araat. BlblS ''school at 9 4i
.. Qof* wperMs).Mrifness ability made : tMtla ) : "barp Morning
ThflTHave'ays Uon l nfr5jrBorne the BlgTUw"ture in store for all who hear Prof. Lade" Tnesday.\oNrs. CanseyWtraa 1'angbflof i 'worsblp at 11 o'cloosv Thama of sermon:
of Chfls. II. Fletcher trip to Palatka Saturday.It the late H. E. Onteen and reared "The Great "
:' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. and baa been made under his onsnal humor and wit.Orange was Conflict Endeavor society '
personal nupervialon for over SO years. Allow no one Is reported at this place tbat Mrs. here.Mr. 6:45.: p. m Evening service at 7:80.:

;" !OMoe In Bank Bnlldl.g, DELAND.i 111 to deceive you In tftls. # Counterfeits, Imitations and MattieDavls. of Emporla was marriedto J. B Pattillo and Miss Edna returned All and\ are Teacher's cordially invited. Bible Study
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i .. BsnohomeovarPoetomoeDATi'QVri ":! A Jrtst-a t-gw>d' are-but Experiments; and endanger the <* Ale -P .rrott last Week. Hurrah! for City. I from Indian River Saturday. at 7.80: In meeting the Parish on rooms.Tuesday evening -"

t iMsUKh ChUdwm....Eipiaxlence agukatxpewt.'< them fe A 141';Pattillo bas Just finished shipping 1
; D. Landla gtrIh ''Miss (MiHs Ada 'U. Massey is the a.> !St.'iJlfW-nafcas'! Csiurch.
M.ttlt00.. of the pretty daughters duly accredited his oranges Some of them shipped

LANDIS. '-&; RISH' The-KindiYou Have Always Bought of honest Nels and Mrs Pierson of Clty.nd agent will: of The Record at Orange and since the freeze have. brought $4 50 per St. Barnabas'. Eoisoopal church Rev.. ..
accept subscriptions box In New York.CO4VINCING. Campbell Gray, Rector. '
ATTORNEYS*sto* "()*) NSELORS.A.Tt -& a '. x LZ: this place, sallied forth for an outing to ads for the same. Any courtesies extended Jan. lid
90th after .
Ir Cr her will be Sunday Epiphany.7 "
Wt -cent City. duly appreciated.)
: 'ARGUMENT a. bI. Holt Communion; 9 a. m. lISorno .
DeLand Florida An unusually large1 l crowd enjoyed a - -- Ing prayer;'9:110: a m Sunday school; .
Mrs. McDowell and Miss Jones have 10:SO a. u. Choral service with sermon -
Will Practice State and Federal cane chewing juice drinking and
in candy
Unsolicited and From an Utter
9&uIn to Ormond Opm. Evensong Dally service atOpm '
gone to spend the balanceof :
Courts. pulling at the home of! Capt Peter. Pier. .
Special facilities for examining son Friday evening the winter. Stranger. 1

perfecting land titles_ Several of the best citizens and largest You can get Orange City Souvenir ALVARADO TEX., Jan. 10. 1WXI.MR I Methodist Episcopal Church !Month.! ,

L. Use For Over 3O'Y0ar&KSTETSON fruit and Spoons at W. \..Allen & Uo's next to 11 E BYRNE, President Atlanta Regular services every Sabbath at 11 \
J MCCRORY ...., vegetable 21
College. + Whitehall
tnt .u. cnflN"" !! flMIJflV.1"flP, NEW.DO' V"" the postoffice, DeLand. a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10-
k\J very little damage done here by the street. Atlanta. Ga. a m; Junior Epworth League 8 pmSen-; :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Christmas. cold spell. Miss TrowbrMge, Mrs. Dean and Dear Sir: lor Epworth League 6 80 p m: mid-week: ;

j Mr. A. P. Roads and family of Putnam others made a trip to Lake Helen and I have been a Sloan-Duployan stenographer prayermeeting Wednesday 7 80 p m. A
f Cassadaga afternoon. for fifteen years, have had cordial invitation is extended to all
DeLand, Florida. UNIVERSITY.The county have) moved to our vicinity Monday the various .grades of experience in these serviced. .

;.; and lo.atsd.at. 1'.ItJ&-.-. Mlt.--',.. w... The Friday Whist Club and Tuesday the .amanuensis work have taken ,
Silu B. Wright S. B' w J.blr. welcome yon In our beat; Eve Euchre Club are both in good; running much evidencevxlone'all kinds ol reporting Baptist <;aarchvServices

WRIGHT &; WRIGHT.ATTORNEYSATLAW. climate of Florida la Mr. N. S. Llndstrom order and well attended.Mr. law and from the work.ordinary I office to at the Baptist church will boas
jrlorloun! :!! men's choir occupied one side of the contractor and speech taught short-
It I is a land of blue skies and band and usual at 11 a. m and 7:80: p. m:
balmy air,L platform. the ladles oboir the builder of DeLand accompanied by his Mrs. Markham reached Orange typewriting three years In The school
: occupied Sunday will have charge of.
and sunshine .In January, when ,the the Pierce City Baptist College,Pierce
NOTARIES PUBLIC FroatKlng- hold.*i sway In the north I other !Ride of.the platform,tthe .ladle* Jiandsome son Curtis. was here circulating City Wednesday last and are City Mo and one year at William the morning service. An interesting mis'

Olflcu at Telegraph Office. It 1 is a land here summer recreations being dressed in white. 'The whole platform with friends Sunday.fBenest settled In-their pretty h'nneon Oak Ave. Jowell College; Liberty, Mo" I found slonary program baa been prepared. and .

run through: the winter; where 'Five Mr; Philip Coo and his my system, after a few years, made collection for missions will be taken up.,
DEL,AND, FlORlDA. (flowers roses I lookedi'besutlf111! minute. Nels and Mrs. Pierson sugar mother who In the evening the Rev. D. G. Block-,
and
othe bloom In December,' after Mr.'Moreetevin have occupied Mrs. Leavltt'a quate. It Is legible and practical, but
January and February. For the fonr,1 to play-very an* growers of this place have badnmunfactured upper flat high-speed and verbatim' reporting er will occupy the pulpit You are

J E ALEXANDER, months, what charming weather pastthree softly the beautiful strains,of,an ,up three'sarrels' of syrup at left Monday for Summerville, South are almost a matter of impossibility. cordially invited to these services. .

has prevailed all overthe state! Even lifting prelude. It was '1ICareelt 4>yet r. 'Hij.W.( H Stone cane mill this season Carolina Three years ago I decided to chance, At the Christian Church.

now the spring has come, and soon we when the President entered and the Miss Della Mrs. J. B. Welch Is having her cot and took the Gregg under Mi- Greggof
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. hearthe Leech: the fully competent but found it Bible school Lord's Day 10 a. ra.'t'I'reaching : : ,
slnginfrof because
may Chicago
illegible
mockingbirdsand
two choruses began to sing "We March tage on Graves Ave. repainted and it 11 Junior Endeavor tp.
the voice of the turtle dove when I I teacher of the snbdlstrlct school of its necessary: abbreviations; a. m ;
Office In Brush l Block. to Victory! looks nice in its white coat and m.; Christian Endeavor 6:45 m.
nesting time begins. Already one can After the Invocation, here has. organized a Bible class Sun. very then I studied Nocher, I still was not p ;
DeLand, Florida. ,welcome the south wI l1lowIog up .tba, ladies choir"v sang ,a Nocturne,'' day school which meet at the Chool brown trimmings.; satisfied. Since coming South I have Preaching 7:30 p. m.; Prayer Meeting
H1i1 Practice In State and Federal I ; Wednesdays 7:80: m. Morning subject -
< warm front the gulf!' or ocean: laden "Night I la Waning.",) It was not a piece t Miss Bertha Scott I Is giving Mrs come across your literature, but like p
Court- building Sunday atteronoon at 8 oVlockl will be -"Jeans as the Son of
with ;
salt air the all 'others who
i or odors of the pinewood < eeMlk'tf.1f): 'loud musloal de ta.. bntwa4fHl 1 Welch some much needed assistance in never investigate, Man." Evening' subject will be "The
...; *. ';',i| fifah'fThefrfeat :! "\ MIIJa'ffttllt'llf'llJlh'lltl' t ."'IIIOII"'lIMbtiful the store' ,vantl the laufbedJat vour claims for Byrne Fall and Recovery of Man." This. will
JR. O. A.bA.'YJS: rallroadiAtii !tidast Line, I d wittt yery aretty oborus'parte.wHh .' fclWr accomplished little Pocahonta Increasing business shorthand (finally said it was nnly
t>f be illustrated the' black-board. There
Seaboard and Soutb*n"'lue dally moatbrllliante'effectsi. '! After tfcereading gives them*1l plenty to do. fair to Investigate after borrowing on
TWlodo$ '
PHYSICIANKD BURGEON % OhloVfchd a lineal descendant will be special music. The strangers
brlnfeHig- loaded train* Northern one of "your shorthand:text books of
of i the crf1ltnref1.th. lIIII6'schoras Mrs Sila B. of DeLand
: Wright and .
bfPresldent afae... Monro Was oirthls within oar gates are especially invited.
DZANYLORfl.k people to this Rlorylaod. BYoeen out *> Mr. Shelton of our city a graduate of
OfBoe at r.sldeilee, Indiana avenue,, in the treat North-ke1l..t ey'
Court HosU*. come' to Florida rtot thaw.,outJi Our beautiful:.,selection waa '.ten 4tnore ba;. Tuesday aad pent the time with Mrs.W.s I .found that you have _T. W. B SMITH

Office Hours: 8 to'U.t and' lung/! troubles, catarrh rheumatism Hill's solo work is especially tobe com Marphjtferos'. show exhi.. Iteet at the East bonnd train. the bonk' In

VHXTT>BAKRECKB M. D. nervousness.and Insomnia*Along( mended.' Prof. this place Saturday evening and drew. ii'ncfaYsthink: 1'ver;mastering i in
MRS. the east coast' and In the rolling country Morse at the organ l large crowd and pleased the Mr. Patterigill and wife are again at I ten days what I am now ready to prove A. BxtrawMNvarr,. all.ratlo..
yonng
backfrom the" east toast! there quite jont did himself on 'ISabda)'. tin p.oii'Lth the O. O. Hotel, Mrs. Rust at her "Nor- by demonstration the most rapid,and Ono of the greatest mysteries to scientists
PHYSICIANf SUBGION.t\: are"famoJu health re IortetllOft'Unlvendty ', his a was located at DeLand be. subdned the of and fnnny dldoen and -the way Bill Humanity owes you a debt-at
the
quality organ to and daughter in Mrs. Leavltt's lower no reasonable explanation Is that
cause the town was located on high Jones lost his cat and breakfaot / least the shorthand professionforthis
Office on E* t New York Avenue pine land In a rolling country not match the tender effectiveness of the pussy /flat, also Messrs Wm Smith and Conk. book. It is a marvel. You see I concerning the migration of the lemming

DELAND. FLORIDA._ close to any water;running or stand. ladles' voices and he nshnred in the Miss Frederic Pierson the Industrious tin and wife In Mrs. L's upper ftat.Don't am enthusiastic, but when you remember or Norway rat. Instead of tnk-"

Ing. in a section. remarkable for its Tidings; of Salvation as the men's chorus charming.'young woman of this my long use of a pokey system, tog place once a year, these migrations,
PR. A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIO healthfulness. amid forget the ten cent social to be will appreciate the relief one feels occur only once In eleven When'
orange' proves. sang the "Palms", with triumphant and place. has the honor of being you years.
peach orchards native pine woods, quite a given by the LadUsAld next Mondayeve In grasping what he has long sought the time comes for the exodus the little / -
PHYSICIAN. and wsll kept lands Stetson University I. sonorous organ effects The address large orange grower and shipper. Her Jan 2l,t. All are requested to speed. legibility, and comfort. write animals journey westward from

la easily accessible to anyone was on the subject of 'Onward and groveis handsome and thrifty. She bas wear something which will this letter to tell you these. things for Scandinavia allowing nothing to stop

Office Second DoorSouth of Fisher'I living on the cast coast of Florida by Forward." the key note of the University shipped between four and five hundred representan what they may be worth to you by way their movements. which
author title of book virtually
of ; a or a quota. of
way Mr. Henry!\ Flag-lee. famous I recommendation and to help you
Drull'Store. for the coming A boxes this
: railroad the East year plea was soanon lion to be pd. This will be as well as fellows. Enroll mount to a headlong eight They
OFFICE Hocus 10 to 13: 3 to 5 Coast System; or it Ilue follow. my me as a
: a. m.5;
and '1 to 8 p. m. may be reached by the steamers on the made for a better citizenship in the Victor Nelson'a former citizen: contractor ed by a short program, and a good time Byrne writer, converted by inve..tlga- swim the lakes and rivers and climb

DeLand -. Florida. beautiful St. Johns river, or by the community, for more righteousness of and builder of this place, who promised. t on alone and as one who masteredt the highest mountains In Incalculable
Atlantic Coast Line. life, for greater selt sacrifice/ and for and lesystem In ten days. by home study, numbers devastating the whole country -
Florida Is i designed built several of the best Dr. Fraud A. Dickinson u t-lf-lnir, at the end of that time fifty I ,
QR. JOHN REEVE, rapidly developing. Its greater service to the left last through which they travel. Naturalists
community
people are Its cities homes here sixteen yean ago and went Words per minute. On.e more pledge /
progressive. are Thursday ror Chicago:: to be gone a few attribute the movement to some
well located. Jacksonville Next Snnday all may look forward to back his 3u influence and in
lAthe gateway ( to ChleHgo home, returned y my support your Inherited of to
weeks. We a flight
all miss memory escapean
PHYSICIAN AND BURG EO' to the penlnnula All t he,railroads another uplift at the vesper' service. Thursday to this spot of Florida warm her very much and v ork and in the promotion of the expected: but this
cataclysm, seems
V run Into! It. It is a great port. The two choruses will sing, again.1" The are glad to hear thaI she reached her I yrne "''Impll ed.
Office In. store jrecehU; i occupied> #if It I is in great touch with New York.. ltd Stetson quartette. Mr Hill sunshine Pierson House.The to spend. the winter at the destination safely and does not find the Very truly somewhat far fetched.

Dr. Me1lett/Resldet1te:: 4Q8 :Weed 10 Is full of business, and Is continually I taking Weather terribly cold at bnt it J. W. JONT.
New York Ave' ': etpandidgAifaml and Tampa are ,. &1'1''. Sharp's place will also sing and a i. present. Pastor lilt Baptist Church, A. Old ...'Mlaf.
faithful '
Rev. William
DeJ.and,, Florida.1, also\ great ports. Well located and beautiful gospel; hymn. in addition pastor. is foggy and rainy which of course is Alvarado Texas. A comptotely', equipped Roman mint
:: rapidly developing. These are only the choruses will be sung by the ladi_ Campbtl'.nlled his regular'appointment disagreeable was discovered In a cave In the neighborhood -

ajfew! 'of,.the- Important cdnter&Z 1 II 1 The galleries will be open next Su... .in the 'Primitive Baptfet, cherub last. The Reading: CI.cle taut Wednesdayat of Kayoaovsr. Hungary., Besides
D. SAVE $8.00 PER
H. HRAC Y. MONTH
QR. population- The state is also well flay: so as to accommodate all who may SiUrdsy-'au&Sabbath, assisted by B v. Miss M. Diikinson's was a most enjoyable 1 ; crucibles, which still contained
advanced The Come. There are no tickets of admission. : YOU CAN CLIP COUPONS
educationally John
B all welcome Sheffield of Lafayette county and Rev. occassion The subject being hron/e. there were three dies for the
are Those who ,
DENTIST.Ofttce Stetson University Is the peer, and Intends mayyooHM Hogeartfrof Frttltland. Rev. prod IK.tlon of gold colas dies of sllver.i
to remain the. peer. of of from Orange City. from Lake.,Helen, Stenwall "The Resources of Flit." proved a fine 'i I

: First door-went of Bank.' the tint class colleges of the laad any.It from Beresford,.from DeLeoa !Springs sLid rogreg4ton have conducted a bean one and the pleasure of the afternoonwill Best Plan far Saving and. Accumulating bronze and Iron ore and 800 coins. .Tbs> I

DeLao" Florida.MASSAGE. Intends to give to the people of FlorIda from Glen wood and from the town of tlful and appropriate' nightly'' prayer not soon be forgotten There was | Money i the Five Percent Teni Investigation made showed that tb.work.hop .
who are now here, and,to those Stetson, are nrged to be j there promptly I dated from the first centuryof
who are 1 fast .ettling'4there, educational s. as to have accommodation. A large meeting in Lutheran church ever quite a display of Fla products and i I Year Bond. the Christian era. A number of

.. opportunities comparable with tort;. of ushers under the direction' since .,,new year-came in, closing on these added not a little to the interestof JThe I Guarantee Trust Company of neatly worked earrings, bracelets and

--L. the climate and other natural, advantages Dean. Carson will\ show the University MOnd.y..DI.. with sermons Sunday the already well Ailed program. Mrs. Georgia offers the safest surest, and. other objects of bronze. ,as well. aa
of the state. "" -- gnests every attention. All visitors and morntBC-aBd evening at the usual hours ninat profitable/ plan for saving and' tools. such hammers and .
A.. M. GOODMAN' M.. D. tourists In the hotels And boardlD" Finnav. has the next meeting--: In charge.-: -: us tonga, were
accumulating money:
MISS MAUD GOODMAN houses win be most cordially welcomed. I Mr. AlbIn'Hagotrom of Boetwick delight subject Miscellaneous, and will again. 1. Receives, under contract any also found.Th .

Big Crowd at Sunday's'Vesper: 4:10 Is the hour. his parents and many friends herewith meet with Miss Dickinson sum above 91 p,'r month or $12 per Y..k_ In Osraa' Kjr_

few days' visit There several. entertainments year for a definite period (no for.
are i
a during the first The Yankee are a Joyous people.
WOODLAWN >- BOULEVARD
Jfitnretf), assuring a definite accumul.
At 4 o'olooklast.>; Sun1ajthe; University University Personals.Mr. of the new year accompanied by his booked for Library Hall to be !given a lon. Eight dollars per month or $IN) They are before everything optimists. ,

VOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT and I i Auditorium was crowded even beautiful bonnie bride They'were inai- within a few weeks The Ladles Aid per year makes SI.000 In 145 months Why should they not be? .They dwellIn

v INVESTMENT CO. '. on the platform. .and tile'. spacious galleries C. ned fn Arcadia Jan. 8rd. They received will give a ten cent sot.ial next Mondayeve. 12. Invests these savings at their I a spacious' land full of the treasure
thrown T.
., were : open $accommodate Sessions of Oakland Is one
full earning capacity, in first mort- of the earth. They are not overladen
toe multitudes tbat the awarm and hearty welcome from his I Ipireote Jan. 81st and Monday eve Jan. \
thronged Uni.veraity addition
of this term's ;
Bert Fish, Cary D. Landi. 'Ii> to the Business evges on improved, and productive with knowledge bnt learn for practice
I to attend this I service Theis I and friends and his chnrch 28th, Prof. Eldred will give us a treat : .
President Sec 3 and Trea. : : College; I peo real: estate. pi'nclpally in the city of and during the greater part of the yearS

'I 7. Miss\ Rena Waaa and, Miss Kate Rog- pie. Albin Is of the right stuff, honest with his anmatchable Sllght-of-Hand Atlanta beginning with the first deposit blue heaven stretches over them.,.For ;,
AbetracU 'urothhe4 an"tl.i, ,erf.fto i. :- '4ZIADE of temperate and capable ,young man who and Magic.; Still .another i-i a play entitled and compounding the profits annually all those the Yankees well
art Fernandina reasons
spent the Christmas may
ed Plats and Blue Prlote Sup One dollar
Maps, FROn NATIVE ROOT compounded annually -
plied. holidays at their home. holds responsible position with Western "My Lord in Mvery,1' to be play at 8 per cent. amounts to <-J IS laugo. The Americans are, moreover,

Opposite Volusla County Bank.L SAFE AND RELIABLE. ,Among the new students who entered Union and Is depot agent at Boetwick ed by some of Ihe young people here in 10 years. bortt bnmorlata...-Berlla WoclM.

DELAND. FLORIDA. toj: which place they left 'Thursday. and gives promise of being excellent. :3. Guarantees. 'with a Ten-Year ,
Tbat the roots pt many natlva felanta, this term are the1 Misses Tattersall/ - - -
r r 1owIniyI1d, ,In tar .American i foruta,. Post and Kline from Chicago.- They were tendered a magnificent goodbye The date is not set for this bull will be Five Per Cent Semi.Annual Coupon
CITY REAL ESTATE AND iNSl1' nosesi remarkable properties for the curacfbumsn Bond an Investment, more profitable
banquet on the afternoon of them announced In time to draw a crowd, DO YOU GETUPThABA,
maladies Is well roven. Even Miss Martlen of Baltimore Dean of "- than any other oona, for me !:company
RANCH OFFICE 'OFE the untutored Indian had learned departure which will\ be welcome time.
the Cbandoln Hall. and ,Miss. Martin the every distribute Its total surplus earnings ,
curative value of some of these and
H. HAYWARD tauvut the early settlers tholr use.. The Instructor in Oermnn' have returned Orange City is enjoying a steady, if equitably among Its bondholdersat ?

_, .3, Indian n.r liked work so he wanted his from a trip to Cuba. not a rapid growth. Houses are springIng maturity. of the bonds

City Property Specialty. He writes.I I squaw she might to gdt do well the work as soon and as I.possible. him bunk tha**. JMIss Elisabeth 'Carson,' daughter of I Port _Orange. up here and there which have been Bonds:Paid Up sharing Ten-Year in total Five surplus Per Cent.earnings Kidney Trouble\ Make*TOIl Miserable. .,

for the Aetna, "The leading lire inanr.anosvoompany Therefore he dug "popooso root for her' Senator Carson of Kl lm1Dee, and Miss moved bodily or In pieces. Heretoforewe sold at par. '
ol Amerloa"--one of the p for that was their .great remedy for to- Oineva, of' tev.C. L. PItilioofAtlants, Oa, Is have mentioned the Dr. Robinson ,PAID AND HELD FOR INVES- Almost everybody who reads the news
faw.BrO companies now very popular in I weaknesses Dr.'Pierce u es the Simpson Klsslmmee spent TORS. W.Jo.000.00. papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
Blue the holidays with their eaperteS here next week to visit his son bouse which Mr. and '
esn"l'ratrtaoo. California.No same root-called Cohosh-In his parents.ll.a"HaseLBowland Varney bought DEPOSII1ED WITH STATE I20-* I''LJ 1 ( cures Made by t.r.

808 DouleBTd..DeLaI1&: Flag,\) "Favorite with-Prescription.'Other fcgonta" skillfully that make combined It- of .St..Paterabqrrf ;R JFishln*; on the; new bridge Is now par- which la now going op in nloe shape on otn- c..11 Ii I Kilm&s5w4mpRooTest .

more effective than any other medicine. will spend the Spring Term at the ,..,IIa.a, and large numbers are enjoy- nte lot on Graves avenue Mr. Bout is, Safe deposit boxes and storage .,. IllDe ( Kianey. liver.

eurlnc all' the various weaknesses and of Chicago i She is expected t log the sport another to rescue an old landmark vaults, most secure In the south, for I ; bladder remedy.
It
painful derangements peculiar to women.' University, .. lathe great medl1cal I
: V. H. VOORHIS, Man, afflicted women have been saved tolreturn I to, graduate/1 having been at jThe continued dry! weslheiis almost which was going to waste. Mr. Lewis rent.Write' for free booklet triumph of the nineteenth I.I .

I from the operelini tabl..and ,Ule. suN'1r800'S Stetson over two years. distressing, and empty cisterns look Young baa followed. suit and Is making GUARANTEE TRUST COMPANY I I !Century: ; idlacovsred -, .

: ... j Qent..t.. Pieree'i i knife Favorite by we I'ro timely crlptlon use:01'Tender-Doctor., kr: B.I I ipresoott' Stewartson_ of wistfully for rain. a I good home, of the old Chant house OF GEORGIA.' \ U U clertlfla,after research Jean of1<<, ,

", 'I o1'k DeI.MdmA:" .<* eve1? the lower polvlo regies. with Chaplain Stewart;. now Admiral Stewart from between here and DeLand./ Someof Bank Offices, Temple Court.. I Dr. Kilmer by
F. Backache, spells of dizziness, (atnines*. 'I, HIM Fowlon an old 'resident of this ," the'em
,Hours sXSO to W'sfcdl.aO& to 4 1 tearing down pains or distress ihoujd' notgo ,. .pent the holiday ,with, his parent .a itton, died Tuesday morning and was the prettiest homes we have sprang Mr.: J. A' Erlckson is tbe' altent of -.. nenr kidney and bladder .,
: | : unheededA will work marvelous benefit*. bi, rled Wednesday.' the state, and many are taking out wonderfully successful In promptly curing
those which have been raised '.
1 1st all such easekad geneiwllv Ur ct a. _i.i and Is now doing advanced work' in Fsck Farlaw was front the East enlargedand policies in it. lama,back kidney bladder urlaaobj, trails '
J permanent cure If persisted In for a rea-' the North. np remodeled and in some cases turned bios and Brlghfs Disease,which Is the
W.; C. CANNONS'Lifery length of time. The "favorite Ccja extension work for a few days ..worst. ,. .,4'
around so that they can scarcely I be form of trouble. -
Mr. ,
and Mrs. Wm. O. Eocles of New Her t-t.. ,,
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"'' '' eab' ptJol&* Ira harmless agent being last to
; fF 'd 'aad Silfl' Stables.Bua s nnnarad from native medicinal:: I I York City are In DeLand,' where their week: visit hla mother recognized as the original dilapidated !'ounlJ .Jobson J* of an exceedingly: Dr. Kilmer's/ Swamp-Root I Ie not rec-I ;"
without 01 alcohol in Mr. and Mrs. : houses. rnmendedforvrythlfigbutlfyoithavkldnoy -
roots; a drop its .. J. E. Nolan of Ashbnrn statistical turn of mind. H* got mar.
IU* August Has Deen''i in me Untver.ItJfo4
..ke tlPJ whereas all -other medicines," I $. lint or bladder trouble It will be found I
Fln.-"asbioDable T mout. put up for sale through druggists for three years.'" MH Ecoles Is a DeaconIn G*., are here to spend the winter. with fleet lately, and at the railway atatttuha lust| the remedy you need. It has been tested I

.....II:%aeIn.. II' 'M.Baca ''O.....OOOWtrI'' __'s pecii4lsi.allm8l1' ,oomlo largequantities Dr.' Robert B" MoArthnr' Calvary their daughter, Mrs. J. Pattillo.; Osteen.' had hiD wife weighed: than be took. In so many"ay In hospital work.In private,

: meet snoralDg and aftarnoon w.: J: : ._ ,harmful of spirituous"especIally Ilquors.to delicate which Church New York. verybody' here expects to attead th. out a little band book and mad., some. practice amonr the helpless too poor to purohssa -,
C. By. trains at Orange CUy, sad nI1i "Favorite calculations., ,. muttering: "Wedding: 'ex.I I relief and has proved so successful taevery '
trains 5.. DeLand JUMtlea. O. II. ail .women....nt neither alophol Proscription"nor.harmful habit-con-\ : Mr.. J..D. Ponadii.:,;,whx> was a shining races next Week, as our new bridge' Miss Lois Davis of SeulsriHe'I III spending pease,. -'-; railway. ,'&-"" -*'divide Case that*a.spscla1.arrangement ha.I

both routes. Haoks mast bo*!*st BIf.ff.r. fcaIng 4rug-,'Mi;1la-mIJ1'8ClI' areprjnted tar among Stetson' athlete for several" nikes it easy now to reach the beach. the weekwlth..J&u..J.-1'.J>aUWo.Deputy I 'by -. I say..my deBr"ow hav lIMn made by which all readers of this paper

Geuito bon" and oarstul-drivers. on each bottlo wrapper. Jt Is I a baa just finished a. brief visit! to (1, Rev. J. M. haste Bleed his regular cost exactly fourpenc who have not already triad It.' may haw a I
yean Sheriff pie halfpenny'
C. If. Kurtj in :
PtlOtM ,. -. fU". pdwerfur JavlforaUngi tonic. Imparting( waa I uampiboltie.ont. free by mall, al80. book
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.., ealth and strength In particular to the the University He; went from Stetsonto apbolntmanf. hare/ last f nnday- preach* Osteen Tuesday looking: after an escaped t fx>und. London Tlt-Blta. : Ming mora about Swamp-Root>and how t" .
organs distinctly .'omlol'le.-. weak Harvard three ) ego,1 and there In and ,I(
'years on Friday Saturday nights before convict.: tint 0 Jf If you haft kidney er bladder'troubta.
.flfl.Wjflpayforttie /ioit1. suia'Slckly women who "worn-out," played on the Harvard Has*.ball team.. also. :".. ..... Mr**,. mr debilitated especially for women who Mr. and Mr. T. J. Shave. Jr. of Ban : reading (
$ Uu 80MVILLIIEV JIIq. work la store*eflMeior' school-room who ,' At be Kent Uabelect1oith'ollow.; Onr town baa about its'usual number fWby don't you get op and ",. tba ':1 ta this paper,and. ?',
'_ a METROPOLIS until sit at the typewriter or sewing machine iv.i Qallle. are visiting the family of Mr. K., seat to your father. Bobby"' rnrlmattdorf ncr your address to #!!\... ,
offices Sll4t"'reei4eu Nobl.of ]. '
of I winter visitors for this of theyear &
or bear heavy .houaohold burdens and for Dir season B. Osteen. the'Womart.' '"Doeen't'rt'potrf' I kIC ,Blq-|_ oI" .
January, 1906.1[ The qWck.'yoA "" tttirglng'motlicrs/tJr.' PlordnN, Fivorlto Late Bslen.YI'.Pf..lden'! 'Williams and others 'are. expected .In "thei..rfulnrs yOu to sWm rskChintfors tamtoa..N. Y.I: iTb4vmlar ': t !

} '. In yilu,..__ theL'IIIo'l"fi" )o WlIltet) because Ptiicrlptloti of Will Its prove health a priceless benefit of Lake Hntler, Secretary,WJ1mZ,4.f .: i Mr.; Robert Walton and family of De- *" v qi pa oR trlm" chackiad StrapTitj Bobby 'trn cent tad r .J. ,".,.'

c. for ourmoney' !t.li J notctflOij, -td. "' pOwcKlllld '<Lewis Failaw,and George W.' Land ere .in OateeDdb'l'' ,week visiting Philadelphia' ,Inquirer. "' alkWtMa. mU fc. all *-o41 ...........'JJ' tt ',.'"'j'

. caDte, VWh'il'barf aloln a newspaper. J.I'G it.1' of wrinai.Patu.! Johnson sailed .last week for .KlauU latt Mr..W"'J:. 'ya4r.; I t ". "I.i}: 1' '-.--"," .,J'' "'- '14r .rob? "D Q't,......arty mistake,but resaejn;Jf' :..
Add? ******* VWA !'\J'ftltittfto..lacuQnvllle W ; ::.1 L. .. her the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. KUkier's -. ,
harmless. sure. .hswl of Plant City Attorney 'MHeacbj. laasMU IllUolSf,where' Ik*? will postUy *- Rev. C. PsttUWtof .Atlanta.4( rujralt'tr; r bat 4 even by those tfestftavor. _1Dp'Root.aD4th: ,address "

) Hsu yet 4.. .. I spend sits winter.$ Mauve. Morton M B ivn of Athena. .-Tacltna... BbrCltaDltea H.T.\on every botUr.'" ].

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COUNTY RECORD A move is on over at Daytonato FRUIT GROWERS' MEETING./ CEMENT WALKS GALORE In Memory of Madame Senegas.

divide the county, making thecoast Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
On Both Sides of the Boulevard from God to call to Himself, from toe scene
section from Oak Hill to Vigorous Steps to Be Taken to Stamp of earthly labor our co-worker Madame JOHN B. WELCH,

Entered la the Pon'-oiBoe at De LaDd. Fit. Ormond a new county. At the Out the White Fly. Howry Avenue: to University.Before E Hortense Senegas, and
M second olas matter. held that last the regular meeting of the Whereas We desire to render a tribute ORANQB CITY, FLA
meeting at place The Sr. Johns of sincere
> River Fruit Groweis Council held respect to the memory of
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Friday night; for the purpose of Association held an important and in- City Monday evening a our departed friend, therefore be it Fancy and Staple Groceries To.
a 8. E. FEET ATT, Editor Proprietor. special meeting was held that afternoon Resolved of the John bacco
I starting; such a move, New Smyrna I cresting session at the court house last for the purpose of passing1 a B. Stetson University that while we Cigars.Dry I

I Ponce Park, Coronado, Glen Jonday afternoon. number of ordinances for cement side bow in submission to the Divine will we Goods Shoes Hats Etc. Etc" J
The time i is rapidly approaching There of .
were growers and members walks. experience a deep sense loss In the
Oak Hill and Hawks Par) ,
coe, ,
when moat will treat, resent other than the DeLand memo I dfatbof Madame Senegas; we gladly
people
The Council ordered cement walks Best and Freshest Canned Goods
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took no part, and evidently ar I bear witness to her long contlned inter ,
their New Year's resolutions. ere from Orange City Lake Helen, down. on both sides of Woodlawn 'eel In the work: of the University to constantly on band, and all first
not in favor of such a wild move Jaterprlse and Beresford. The grower Boulevard from Howry.Ave. north to her patience under severe affliction and class Groceries for your table.

The whisky law have and a considerable portion of the are preparing, to stamp ont the whitefly the to her consistent Christian life;and that
pure Michigan avenue, or adjoining
'element is which ban made Its we see in her long term of service the Country Produce
business at bought
a tendency to reduce the demandfor at Daytona appearance University property; also ,cement career of a teacher who was faithful nn- The
California's record of not i in{ ,' 1pathy with it. A new this place DeLeon Springs, Seville and sidewalk on north and south sides of to death) aadReeol.ed Orders Most Critical Testsare
crop In other section of the county, and this further, that of these receive careful attention .
i New York avenue from Clara avenue a copy and applied to the Hobart N. Cable
county there would force delivery You
prunes. : over an Resolutions be lent to the local prompt. will '
was the main subject np for discussion |, east to the depot. An ordinance, also, and also to her paper' find my price a* low as the lowest. Pianos befbre they are placed on sale
expense upon; th i taxpayers'onthe surviving sister in Pans. Tone
Monday Given.. finish workmanship all
a ca1L are con
I for construction of shell sidewalk on .
One of the most important annual coast that, could France. G. PBBNTICB CARSON sidered. Therefore we can assert that
they. not Co-operating with the members at thissession north side of Michigan avenue from DeLand. Jan. 14. 1907.
meetings of 'the Florida stand, and there is no use whatever was Prof. P. H. Rolfs, Directorof Dr. Farrl e' east to Amelia avenue. I 1 .FIRST-CUSS )HEAT M1BKET The Hobart M. Cable Piano
Baptist Convention ia being held the Florida Experimental Station at WAYS OF THE is worthy of the fullest confidence.
for division of this The ordinance lanterns In
a county, compelling: tlecretary.// Connection! You never saw or heard a better piano
at'Live Oak this week. but no one will object to a few Gainesville, who Is doing all he can in and bells to be carried on bicycles, Orl..al Habit .( r..l... I for the price. .

at Daytona the assisting the growers over the State to autos, etc., was re-establUhed This w.... Still _... J. A. ERICKSOrt. DeLand, Fla.
agitating
As .County, Witte\ says. Japan ques successfully fight this terrible pest of ordinance to go Into effect In three Oriental usage with regard "H.
may be too poor to fight, bulthere tion.. That is all it will amount the orange tree. He says the time to day. still prevails In Spain, where there are -

to. The whole people of the kill out this peet is just as soon ae it An ordinance was passed providingfor no suffragists and no problems of sex.
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is no suspicion anywhere I
,county will have something; tosay makes its appearance upon a grove. the cancellation of all outstanding Even in society: in Madrid men do not "
that when she does she is a poor The cold he reported, does not kill it tax certificates now held by the pay afternoon calls on married women ;
about a division if becomes
fighter.; ont as he demonstrated by orange the chief form of entertainment being 'WattsMiller.t.Co.

necessary. leaves be exhibited with the live egg city.At the evening party, or tertulla. The .
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The assessed valuation of the regular meeting held that jealousy of Spaniards of both sexes Is (Incorporated) ,
sticking to them gathered from an
property in Florida increased The Record, within the past 'orange tree In the city. Prof. Rolfs says night transacted the: following business was notorious their The women eastern la habit still of prevalent secluding HARDWAREFORNITUREUNDERTAKING

over $10,000,000 for the year just two weeks; has. turned down other sections, where this pest has appeared The Clerk reported the collectionof among most Spaniards; hence the Illiteracy J

passed. This increase came from several offers from '''whiskey have stamped it ont effectually 1148.50 water rent for December, of the women the tiresome
by keeping at it before It Beta such formality of, Spanish functions We begin the New a
t all branches of'business houses for advertising space'in a The standing committees were reorganized the very attractive line of
headway. the grovee.The conventionality! of society manners. ,
its columns at good cash' prIces., Fruit Growers' Association of as follows: Occasionally: an H American lady la the Bedroom Soils Parlor Pnrnltnre
in the 70s sold,, for 10 Fire and Water-Wilson, chairman; HaH Racks Bed
Eggs This paper decline's'such adver this place is'ready to cooperate with Buflhnell and diplomatic "set" tear down the barriers J .. ,

4 'centlado&en.,: pays a St.- .Louis tiaements.: It prefers to lose. this any section in the county where the. Streets-Bielby.Bielby.chairman; Wilson ciety"of by convention her western and ways astounda but Spanish ".o- Lounges, Felt Mattresses, National Springs,

paPer. Probably ---some 6t the business than to advertise the fly baa appeared to kill it ont. Now lethe and Gentry. l women regard the innovation a.

same vintage are still selling but goods of the whiskey houses before time to do It,' If not It gives the Building-Cairns, chairman. ; Gentry we would the caper of a circus hone A Very Complete Une of China and Japanese UIDC
(rowers throughout the county no end In Rotten row, and live
the prices have advanced. and Bielby. yon may years I
the people of Volusia. It is
L ot trouble.) In Spain on thebeat term with a We
Woodward chairman showing
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tockeatnany
:There'has practically been no a dry'county, the people!: voted Spraying: should be done now on all Ordinance '-' Wilson, chairman: Spaniard before he Invites you to meet time.. Careful attentloo
given all Mall .
since last for it to be, and should: in fact klndi of treee and bnahe where the fly Calms and Woodward..' his wife. Ton may: catch more butterflies order : >j i, 'I t
r' rain in Florida early In
an afternoon than obtain
appeared U-t In order to kill evena
summer '
be o a dry county. The Record Mr. Kline, representing 'Jackson FUNERAL
eight of'the face of DIRECTORS
fall Tt has beet the longest dry the the women
egg. And the leaver which have ,
drill take the chance of, its ville\ house, was requested 'to/ submit whose husband
meet
.filling yon dally In the 1
In this Stat. for many fallen from each infected Mr. J. A.
spell trees shonld Stlth, a graduate
I plans and estimate for the Installation I course! of a whole year's acquaintance.But .
7 I man:,:; .years: {Juless, there,; is advertising space with ads that be raked np and horned. This pest can of a turbine pump and engine at I la dancing the Bpanlan woman I* In the embalming State Board and of licensed by
plenty: of rain: soon,"the 1907 'orange are fit'' for the"p opke' to.-r ad. be':stumped
; : 'will be-short for therewiU We are against'the; importation diligent >methods are adopted by the It was ordered by the council that thing you moat get bold of.a gypsy p (TiT. prompt and ..10.
a crop of whiskey' in the-. county and growers. A dollar expended now to kill hereafter no sidewalk .repaired purauant band or visit some humble'daDclD.. attention to every detail of this .
Tne .
be ft light bloom. trees it oat will rave 910 that wUl have to be place In Seville or In the south. There work.Funeral
'" 'and ready fo i we wish there was. a, law prohibiting > to,notice will| accepted aa 18 no dancing In the world so ,
to Jgrow" in poetfa.PUllloute.
.will begin, : expended ridding the trees of the satisfactory unless work .la inspected ,- Supplies'Always '
.blooming;'now in the course of transportation companies peat If allowed to spread. and approved, by the street committee IIUl'paUTe' graceful. '
.. > from carrying it into such Seville' and DeLeon Springs'should Spain ta the true home of the dance.There In Stock "
80 days. and any luch sidewalk not repaired are the Jota of Aragon with Its- ,
"""" .. ,, '. i. "'. counties, and such law will be especially cooperate Most of the Southern demo ocratia enacted in Florida in time., These now.',, Now Is-the time to do the of the city will be relaid ; resembling the daaa do ventre of .

',' Senators are" supporting red nose.fellaws' ,know that they work.' by the city at the expense. of. abutting Moorish. Spain-the dance of gesture ; lG ,c.11 fa. .1
The .. ""
Association holds and
frequent meeting suggestion; the graceful cachnca,
ithe'President in his. discharge of can get: 'their ads inserted in a *, notice of which I Is given, and the property The Council'audited owner. 'current''bllfsbefore ''' with its chlronomle play of bead and ...ei ..
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the negrc: regiment for,".hooting. DeLand; paper, and they should growers of the DeLeon and Seville section It 'and adjourned to the next arm; the jaleo de Jens, which gypsies r. eeMat aFeieMebi'ieMaaees+e............ .

:,'up'", iBrownville: ;'::Texas. The be content.with that. The Re. should attend the next meeting. regular meeting. the dance In whirling fantastic measure; = e.tsNld...d 116f1: ,II' .

o President is beJbg1 I 'Violently:'a.:: cord respectfully'. declines their S., .' .. .quaint and scores dance of of minor the Basque local dance province I! S Q O B, E L &, DA'''Y'I ." .sTReeT. M ..',

sailedby: "'Fire Y Ai.riD:.Foraker cash'bfTers'!. r Beggar Prla e Opera to Rug up>Cir; more or lea alike: peculiar to different "f It.n: ;;;
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and other Northern .8 enstori"for -- r Notice to the Public. : localities But the great dance ar* | AUCTION SPECAJJISTS! ,;
tale at 81U. .. the ... ,
bolero.,the .1dI1la. the chacona ;
I"K': ,' hi* Mtta. in this: matter, bat .. :An exchange t tells-of. a> Kansas Owing to the scarcity and advanced and the fandango of the south. These ORANGES,ORAPEFRUITTANaeR1NE3uP11YgAPPIE3 '

5 it( :' ,pqg paet4sr" r-ia-chleof| tbe'army; min'wb'o Ida' doctor /'minlster'aD' Owing"; to' the" 'wedding ,Wednesday prices of timber wood,will be sold dance are the) soul and epitome of I C: i' ..,..

RI; ;" .... riIWt .iidts d'the:. undertaker. ;,.rid'a1""t',tombstone 1 algal the Beggar Prince will ring np fter following the price 15th of: .this. -. :month- at- the., Spain. Ia aU of them pro* gesture, ..... -'- ........ ..,... .' U U .::(, .

"; i dealer jail teombined.'And' 'the curtain at 8:43.: to give those ample the mystery of true dancing play aa ........-... ...Iw_.......... 'U .- '"
( {l. : 46 aor- ;df e, 14bysk.; 'no. One-half strand ..'."...;..fl.OO Important part. Ia all of them the I -....- '-oJ ....
r. 'p inn.t.hedid., bodybui' 1er hinted at'his 1 being :time that at trad1 the ceremony at theohurchto'arrive One atrand......,. ...i.. 2.00 poetry of love and notion to exhibited W -11- M a.l pis-s. dsy -..... p w.s ,."-.. .atnWeffndt = 1
fI;,'j: I"V: ; to time at the'Auditorium One cord.?.<,.**..!./,..... 0.00 wlln extraordinary. Reprwested ; .s Ne _did. e t .

!\\'f Y"1':' :>' ;.,.. r..r-" : :::; I i":; combination'.' ia.'restraint; oftrt I to'wttne' ** the'satire 'Opera, .it Signed, v ?.w, ::;.*. >.I j P., Kj .--A"'
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fl SO, at Dreka's.! I in boxes to send away. spring weather Just'' each weather as AT RUCTION,

l t r See Brill's hew Alligator leather bags Fresh garden seed for spring planting the.tourist. delight to see,
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:: ': 'i. GREATReduction (; UJ \ Mr R. O. Buuhnell has resigned asassistant In brewing Tetley's Teas follow direction Insurance agent of Orange City, was a That Two Story Frame ys}

: : postmaster at this place. on package to obtain beat reunits. :visitor to DeLand Tuesday. lid Business House Situated

I ,' Gold filled watches, warranted for ten Mr. and Mrs. W. D. HeebneV were in

to", .t' : years from ftt to 17.no, at Boley'a. I Judge Stewart and Attorney Fish I town from Orange City,, the first of the on the Southwest

were at TItnavllle the first of the weekon week driving over In their.automobile
Mr. F. W. Bredow the Glenwood
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merchant wan in town Wednesday.The legal business Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coleman arrived Corner of the Boulevardand

,r. Sale 1 W A. Allen & Co., next to the post- From Lexington. Ky., the latter part of
mother of Mrs. Gross, also an Rich Avenue.
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office are carrying! a large line of the week and are pleasantly located at tOn
aunt the winter..sre here from Kentucky to spend magazines and newspapers. the Waverly for the teawn.'

When you plant your spring garden Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Heath and children Wednesday, January 80ht,
Mrs Wola ley and son from Selma, you want fresh seed that will germinate.. arrived from Chicago Saturday to
Ala., are the guests of Mrs Wolseley's The Fisher drug store has such seeds. spend tbe balance of the winter at De- 1007, at 11 o'clock a. m., on, the

slater, Mrs C. P. Swift. premises, I will Bell that two story ;
Mr. E. T. Gross and family have Land occupying their Florida home .on
UNPRECEDENTED PRICES Mm Prof. Fry and children are here moved into town and are occupying Michigan Ave. frame business house situated on

from Philadelphia visiting Mrs Fry's rooms in the Brush block which they The devotees golf are dally seen on the southwest corner of the

mother, Mrs. Carrie: L. Eyles bought several years ago. the College Arms golf grounds. The Boulevard and Rich avenue, r;

Girls wanted We can give employ- Miss\ Mary Stewart will give. linen links have been put In fine condition by fronting on the Boulevard twen- .,

ment to six industrious girls. The E. bower for Miss Watts Saturday afternoon Mr. D. E. Miner and the guests of the -

Men's Clothing O. Painter Printing Co. DeLand. at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. hotel and many of the visitors are en ty-five ((25)) feet: ';',
W. D Haynes, Howery Ave. joying this sport there. Beginning(: at north end'of lot ,
Rev. Campbell Gray will sing twiceat
.. Hackett-Oarhart makes. Good styles. Good quality. Three-Piece suits. the Glee Club Concert tonight. His, Strength of oratory and power of You will not be held back on accountof one ((1)), block two ((2)), according .

solos are always a great attraction. argument are in the address of Frank others; neither will yon be unduly to Rogers' 'map of the City of
1 Dlxon.Jtbe lecturer on Jan. 34th, in the harried over things imperfectly understood
$6.50 Suit for. $4.08 $12.50 Suit for $10.00 $18.00 Suit for $15.00 Lost-Pair eye-glasses! in case, on I DeLand, being ninety-nine ((99))
University Auditorium Admission fifty ; but von will go just aa fast as
8.00 6.25 15.00" $12.49\ :W.OO" 16.50 I North Boulevard or E. N. Y. Ave. If cents. you can thoroughly master tbe subjects, feet on Rich avenue, to the

( 10.00 8.00 found leave Baynes' grocery. Reward. The Glee Club Concert tonight at the and no faster. This la the only correct northwest corner; tbence south

Prof. and Mrs. Frank R. Osborn entertained Auditorium will begin promptly at way. Beelar's School sixty-six ((66)) feet; thence east -

several Stetson students Satur eight; o'clock and the door will be The total registration of students at ten ((10)) feet; thence north
day afternoon out at their Florida home Stetson for the I la the
Men's Overcoats closed during numbers Don't forget to peasant year largest twenty-seven ((27)) feet thence ','
attend and be there early. In the history of the Inatitntion. On the ;
flour
$10.00 Quality for $8.00 | $12.50 Quality for $10.50 | $15.00 Quality for $12.08 meats Old,and vegetables young chickens, hay grain eggs, feed., Peach trees Admiral Schley, and Stu- 15th Inst the looks showed that 80S students east forty-four and half ((44 1-2)) j

stuffs-anything In groceries. Field art Pecan trees, ornamental trees and bad registered since the first of feet; thence north fourteen ((14)) iJ

Bros., phone 164. vines grape vines, also other trees and October The number will be Increased feet; thence east forty four and '

Boys' SuitsFor vines In variety and at popular pricesat nearly one hundred by the beginning of half ((44 1.2)) feet; thence north ;
Mrs. Ben Watts Is expected from E. H. Hayward's nursery the Spring Term. I .!
twenty-five ((25)) feet to the beginning -
Tuesday next to attend the
Boys from 8 to'16 years. Great reduction in prices of all suits.. Leesbnrg Mr. M. F. Burton, who has been suffering Mr. and Mrs W. L. Thompson and :
Watts-Wilson wedding. She will be .
with an ugly ulceration of the son of East Liverpool aie occupying
the guest of Mrs. W. A. Allen. leg for the past year, has. returned their pretty new DeLand home erectedon The lease expires May 1st, i

Ladies' SkirtsAll Messrs. S. B. Wright and John R. from the St. Augustine hospital a well East New York Ave. last summer 1908. The yearly rental is $216.00. "
to the delight of his friends. Contractor Clake. The Is .
Wetherell left Monday for Jacksonville man by son attending This is a rare opportunity>to

wool, well made, stylish Winter Skirts, in Panama, Cheviot, Serge, and Broadcloth ; to attend the annual meeting of the On last Wednesday afternoon, at her Stetson. Mr. Thompson says secure one of the best located ,

.- black, grey; blue, and brown. Notice the great reduction in prices. Grand Lodge; of Masons of Florida.Do attractive home on New York avenue of all the places he bas visited In the business properties in the city of
Mrs. A. H. Woodall entertained a few State none can come np to DeLand.He J
$2.00 Skirts to go at$1.75 $5.00; Skirts to go at$4.10:! : $8.50 Skirts to go at$7.49 you want wild land grove property ( friends at Bridne. Later in the afternoon and Mrs. Thompson like the refined DeLand. ,

3.00" 2.49 6.00" 4.08 JO.OO" "S.39 or city real estate? If so call on a delicious lunch was served. and religions influence that Is found Terms : One-half cash ; balance \

3.50" 2.08 7.50" 6.49 12.50" 10.50 John L. Nnckols, real estate agent. He Mr. Robert A. Wilson of Georgetown among the DeLand people.Mr. in one year with 8 per cent in 1
has some attractive bargains on his list. W. C. Cannons has teams at work
4.00" 8.25 Ky., who will be united in mar- terest. \
Mlas Carrie Watts repairing the Orange City shell road by
Tomorrow is the centennial anniversary riage to on Wednesday
of the birth of Gen. Robert E. Lee, evening next arrived from the order of Commissioner Brooke. Mr. EDWIN R. DRAKE, ::1

Ladies' Black Sateen and Near Silk Underskirts and Is a holiday throughout the-South- Kentucky home the first of the week: Cannon. is getting the shell from a shell Administrtor of the Estate of

ern States. The bank will not open for Mr. Scott Hodgkin fell from a large pit near Orange City, which he formerly Mary L. Drake, deceased.

$1.00 Skirts for 75o $1.75 Skirts for $1.19 $2.50 Skirts for $1.89 business umber cart at his shops Wednesday owned but now owned by Mr. Flagler. t
I I the wheels of a smaller wagon! breaking The shell is costing the county nothing,
the De-
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Mrs. Stetson accompanied
1.25" 08c 2.00" 1.75 8.00" 2.49 SALE.
Land delegation from the Baptist several ribs of the. left side. It caused simply the expense of mining it and FOR
him considerable but he Is and placing it on the road. There la lots of
church, this place to Live Oak, where pain up Tne material of a f0()-room house
about his shops work to be done on the road before it is
the Baptist State Convention I if In session located 8i miles north of Osteen. House
I I, Real estate agent Nnckols sold to tbe In good condition. That portion of the
this week. baa over 40 windows, all with blinds,
DeLand Naval Stores Co. this week 160 road within the corporate limits of
I and 20 doors. All in good condition ex
G.A.Dreka&Co. Mr. J. W. Rodgers. prominent citizenof acres of timbered land near Bereeford, Orange City, in bad condition will first cept roof. Address,

Round Lake N. Y., is at The Mel. 80 acre belonging/ to Dr. W. B. Pierce, be pi nest rawed, and when that Is worn E. A. FERN

.rose. He has been coining to Florida and 80 belonging to A. C. Barrou. The some shell will be put down. The Osteen, Fla. .
I{ for nine winters and says DeLand Is consideration was $1400 citizens of Orange City are doing this

Phone 77 DeLand, Florida the beat and prettiest 'own in the State. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Goodman gave a work.

The Wills Comedy Co. played at tbe reception last Friday afternoon for Mrs. In receiving boxes of dry goods the The Marsh Market.

High School Auditorium last Thursday, Goodman's sister, Miss Mary Harriet other day from the Clyde Line Mr. If you want the choicest cuts of Meats

Friday and Saturday nights; to fairly Taylor, Secretary of the Foreign De Fountain discovered that one large; box, eave your orders with us. The beet of

4.\----------- good size audiences. A part of the box partment of the World's Young Wo- containing pants, had been broken into. Beef. Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
Prince\ The freeze scared the orange shippersmore nen's Cbristtian Association. Upon further examination he found Chops Sausages. Hamburg Steak
Beggar Opera Company, LOCAL SYNOPSIS. receipts went to the public school Improvement fresh and salted 1 Hams, Breakfast Bacon
than it did damage to the fruit. fund. There are yet the Glee Club Concert, seven pairs of pants missing. In the eto Courteous attention and prompt
The banner musical attraction of the
Most of the fruit which passed through three lectures, the College Play and a mean time the authorities at Jacksonville delivery.

season at the High School Auditorium the freeze are selling In the market. at THE IMPORTANT SEWS ITEMS OF You may have the attention of an instructor comic opera as Lyceum Course nnmers. bad a negro in custody under sus Marsh Bros.

the nights qf Wednesday and Thursday from $3 50 to $3,25 per box. who has had ever twenty-five > For this reason, season tickets picion that he was selling stolen goods

Jan. 23 and 24 will be the latest offeringof THE PAST WEEK. years' experience. He will instruct you are still on sale, price $3.00, or 50 cents among which were some of these pants,

the Beggar Prince Opera Co., when The growers are still sending oranges personally suiting the instructions to single admission to any ot these events with the name Fountain, DeLand Fla., Dog Tax LicenseThe

they will present the three-act comic to market and are getting fancy prices Local and 8uol.ty Item. for the P.opl.'. your case so that yon can understand See Mra. Jarley's Wax Works University sewed inside the pocket. Sheriff Turner Hcenre for the
"Birds of a Feather." for such fruit show of them at Beelar's School. on dogs present ,
as no signs having
opera notified and the will
P..per*-.Brlf H.nUon of Pact .. Auditorium, Friday evening, was negro probablybe year was due January let, and all
Mr. Walt. Knsell. the genial agent, been damaged by the freeze and a large I Dr. Brown, who has spent a number January 25tb. 1D07 eight o'clock, by brought to DeLand for trial, as It is persons residing within the corporate

arrived in our city today. He says the per cent ot it is.of this class. 9en by oar Repo..r. of winters at DeLand, arrived from the Womans Club of DeLand, the most believed that the pants were stolen limits of the city owning doers are requested
success of the opera has been phenome -- --- from the box at the Bereeford to apply to the undersigned
Georgetown Ky., yesterday, accompanied entertainment of the season. landingor
Silas B. unique and the license
Real Estate Agent Wright at once> pay required
W. S. Taylor. Dentist. I
Sal, playing to crowded houses nightly. whose office Is In the telegraph office by Mr*. Brown and daughter Admission 85o. Tickets on sale at before the boat reached that point. by the ordinance and secure tags. It
The company this season Is a largerone Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Mrs. Warren. They have rooms at Fisher's; also at the door. not done at once I shall proceed to
hard work for the
at
has been past two
carrying their own special scenery White Oxford ties and Webb's. kill all dogs not having: license tags
canvas Pumpsat Mrs. homes R. Sheriff Jones of Jacksonvillewas
of the Deputy In DeLand.Dr.
weeks Osteopathy
electrical effects and; gorgeous costumes. preparing maps city property for the year 1007.HENRY* .
the Bond Lumber Dreka'e.Bay here last Sunday after the negro STEVENSON,
All the favorites will be seen, including! owned by "His thoughts flash like lightning J. R. Moeeley, graduate of Amen.
and the late Frank E. Tetley India and Ceylon Teas of captured by Deputy Sheriff Runs at Marshal.
Miss Etta Merns. Miss Vivian Forreet, Company Bond So says the Educator L. C. Broutcbton; can School of Osteopathy. Klrksville
1 Miss Lovett Nickle Mr. Fred Godding, and fixing: prices on it so it can be London England. of Atlanta, speaking of Frank Dixon New Smyrna last week for the Duval Mo., under A. T. Still, founder of
Trespass notices, printed on cloth, for
Mr. Perrill and the famous placed on the market. This property i New Stationery at Brill's. Finest the powerful orator who Is to address county authorities The negro Is wanted science. I
Harry sale at The Record office
for grand larceny. He Is said to be one Office Putnam Inn.
of the finest
beauty chorus Mr. Harry LeVelle consists of some building quality lit all prices the people of DeLand next Thursday of the slickest rascals in the State.'

the tenor, who is so well known in this and residence lots In the city, and priceson Mr. Joe Davis has resigned his position i. evening. Don't fall to see him. ----_ .---------------- ------
lots and blocks be The wife and pretty daughter Miss
the different can
section, will daring the opera be heard in the postoffioe. Mr. W. O. Fleher and family arrived
immogene, of Col. H T. Fisher, of
secured at his office.
in several of the latest tenor solos now Robert; Jones was a north end visitorto the first of the week from Loraine. Ohio. Cleveland, 0., came South with the

being song. The attraction comes --.5 ; DeLand the first of the week. and are occupying the Minnesota Ave. Tourists Special that left Cleveland on

highly guaranteed by both the press and The Woman's 'Club of DeLand has. Try the Republic Brand Goods at home. They are in love with DeLand the 7th inst and are guests at The Mon Ti1 i!

the public. appointed a Ways and ;Means Commutes Dreka's Grocery. Nothing better. and Florida's climate. The climate has roe Place. Miss Fisher has entered W000ALFine
"Birds of a Feather" will be given for the purpose of raising moneyto done much for the health of Mrs Fiaber. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Gould are now Stetson University as a student for the
Wednesday and "Olevette" Thursday. build a Club House. Every citizen
occupying the Howard home on Michi Just received at Dreka'e a completeline season. Col. Fisher baa deferred coming
Price 91.00 79, 60. Tickets for reserved of DeLand should be interested in the until probably February.We .
wool
white
Ave. and
white
gan of new cream
Beats for sale at The O teen Pharmacy. growth of his town and it Is a well
authenticated fact that Woman's Clubs Organdies India Linens, Paris Lawns goods. Serge 43 and 53 inch at 65o and cannot have the opportunity of ..... ...

--. .--- wisely organized and conducted, very Mercerized Lawns and Satiate at f 1.25; broadcloth, inches $1.60; Mohair bearing an orchestra In DeLand, but we .
Ureka's. Panama cloth 42 hear adaptations of some of the
43 inches 85o; may
llealh of Mrs. L. K. Ganger. materially help the growth'of a town:
GroceriesFOR
We therefore not only cordially Invite Attorney Bert Fish went to Daytona Inches, st $1.00: Silk La sdowne. US great orchestral numbers Tonight at
The Record regrets to note the sorrow the Glee Club Concert the overture
inches, at$1.00
to attend everything offered under Monday to head off that move to divide
that has come to the home of ex-School you the county. "Poet and Pewaant" by Van Snppe and
the anspisen of the Club, and induce Masers Wright & Wright real estate.
Commissioner L. E. Causey. Hie good the great "Tannhauaer March" will be
but it before DeLand is tourists
attend of
friends to we lay entertaining
your sold this wee.. two lots on East
wife after illness agents, Lillian Hamlin and THE HOLIDAYS we are receiving the New Crop of
with Misses !
a long passed away you ss a duty. We also promise to but the open winter North is keeping the played
tbe Trustees of the A.
Ave. to
last Monday at the home near Seville. entertain Ton right Florida back. Howry Harriet Fuller at the piano and Prof Figs, Dates, Nuts, and Evaporated Fruits; also New Pack
rush to
Mr*. Cansey was a devoted wife and royally.COMMITTEE.. M. E. Church for church purpose, consideration Morse at the organ. Pumpkins, Fresh Mince Meat, and Republic Plum Pudding.!
Chase & Sanborn'a teas and coffees atDreka's. 8400. Also the Crawford
C.. mother, a good neighbor and beloved by I. s ..t. Through the agency of E. H Hayward Just received Fresh Buckwheat, Rye, Graham, and Entire
and remember yon can get Gilbert house on Rich Ave. to W. S.Spears of
all her acquaintances. She was the S Scholarship for Sale. them only at Dreka'e. !' tbe consideration $800. Mr. J. W. Smock has sold his Wheat Flour, also Samp and Yellow Meal.
daughter of the late H. E. Osteen, one double tenement dwelling on Wisconsin
of the oldest families in the county. If you Intend to take a course in shorthand The Irish potato growers of Seville Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewis of Englewood aveune, to Miss Mary Harriet Taylor For a Good Breakfast, try a package Prepared Buckwheat
telegraphy etc., yon van Ret a are sending some choice new or Flap Jack Flour with Scudder's Pure Canada Sap Maple Syrup.
very potatoes
Her remains were taken to O teen and scholarship in the celebrated Byrnes N. J., are at The College Arms Secretary of the foreign Department of

laid to their final rest Tuesday most of Atlanta Commercial College, cheap by to the DeLand market. for the season. This pleasant couple the; World's Young Women's Christian COFFEES-Try onr Barrington Hall Steel Cut at 35c;.and

the people of that place attending the applying at The Record office. The Miss Crouch and niece Miss MO Whir. with the exception of last winter which Association. She If soon to make an extended our "Niagara" at 25c Is growing more popular every day.

funeral services. scholarship van be need any time. ton from Knoxville, Tenn., have rooms they spent in Callafornia, have passed visit in the Orient. Her brother-
-- Our Fall Stock: Is now complete, and we would be pleased to
For she a member of the seven seasons at The College Dr. A. M. Goodman; and bis ;(t'
many years was Horse for Sale. I at Mrs. Sinocks for the season. past In-law have you call and examine the Finest Stock of Groceries In the
the :Methodist church South, and in Splendid saddler and fast driver. Will Fresh watermelon seed, the kind that Arms. Tbe Doctor is not In his usual family will occupy this dwelling. The city.

that faith reared a large family. She work anywhere Good farm horse. G. will come np and the beat variety for good health. consideration was (3000 Yours

bad resided at Seville ever since her D. Jackson, 2nd house south of the Uni sale at G. W. Fisher's drug store. Mr. E. B. Rosier of Atlanta Oa, and Pope & Pope a law firm of Jacksonville respectfully,

marriage to Mr. Can ey. versity. Hon. David V. Morrison representa Mrs C. S. Davis of Allendale Miss, were awarded a verdict at that Phone 79 A. H. WOODALL.
J.
last against
Attorney
place Saturday
tive-elect of this county was at the were united in marriage at the Christian
E. Alexander of this place for |415, for
church Jan. 14th 1907, in
county seat from the north end Monday parsonage
rendered in
services tbe
The delegation of Baptists from De- this city, the pastor,' Rev. J. W. B. prosecution
old election Mr.
the Orange City case.
Smith officiating Mr. and Mrs. Rosser
Land let. to attend the State
; Monday Alexander: takes the case to the Supreme ,
in session Live Oak this will occupy their winter home, near
convention at
court. Mr Alexander he Is instituting -
.J FIFTYTHREEof says
V week.: DeLand, known as the Judge Broome
.... place. suits against the Popes for
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Townsend and from Penn.
Mr. family
he due him the
Mr. Mayo Dade returned the first of money alleges they son
'"' sylvania, are oconpying'the home of for $100 and the father for |900 and J. F. ALLEN & CO.
the Leading Magazines we are receiving Mr. B.: D. Jordan, having leased it for the week from Tampa, In which section some odd dollars.
the winter.' he bought and shipped 150 oars of oranges -

regularly. If your choice 'is riot;. among K.: :,Lost A fur boa between DeLand and and grapefruit tbe past season for beautiful Mr. Patrick grove Higgins on tbe shell who bluff owns at Vo-the Leading Furniture House of Volusla CountyWe ./
he
the Baltimore house Ha

the number, we shall 'be, pleased to add it. Orange 18th. A City.liberal Sunday reward afternoon if returned,o Jan.to shipped six: cars since the represents.freeze., Hesays luala Wednesday Landing. Mr.was Biggins at the shipped county 9,700 seat I invite comparisons in styles and prices..Kntire V >

Record office.Hon. the cold was as severe, did as much
taxes of aud'.rapefmIt this
damage down there as it did here. But orange.
WE :ALSO HAVEthe : (Paul(C1....McKowen ex-repre tbere.as here, the damage was only in season, bad all In market before the :Bedroom Suits
,
sentative* from Gadson county is hers : cold weather of December, 24, 85 and 9431s .

spendtot several. weeks. with bla friend spots oranges were of beautiful color, Dining Room Furnishings
meeting of citizens held in the
from New York At a
Daily Newspapers Hon. J. B. Alexander from shell grove and they netted him,
'

Boston Chicago Philadelphia) I avannah, and "Frank Dixon has wit eloquence, Council were rooms adopted Tuesday strongly night protesting resolutions upon trees,' the and average still better over net 91.75 proceeds on the for ... ,Parlbr: ? :;,Den, and :,Library NeedsMugs '\

,: !, loglo and intellect; more than that' be against the remodeling of the old depotat ila grapefruit. He Is now waiting for :" Stair ,
h. 'that: Divine span called Genius rain to put in 10 acres of tomatoes.W. > Carpet, Matting
Jacksonville as well as the DeLand Papers. this place making it very little better ,jy:
New Castle, FaNe_ r
p L than at V present, and the wishes of |! ,p.a.res--CrexJ JapBrussels r
;
Mrs. DI A. Morrison of Jacksonvilleand the m sting were drafted and sent to : _
Nat to MM DeLAND 1.. .'. ., ... ,
Feet *. W. A. Allen & CO.' FLORIDA [Mrs! Walker of Atlanta are hereto the railroad officials. The railroad com- '1 .1' .- '1'' .. if -.. "' "" '

Where you !get your watch and clock cleaned attend the marriage of their niece pany bis a lot near the old Exchange '" : f she nerved ideas In Furniture and thq,h110 qualities slvnyje4} 4'4''V .".,

Miss Watts next Wednesday building, and that la the place for the f. w7UUffrSUCKJM< .,J 1 : ; __ --1.,' .:, :.'110

i anon'Caretal attentionI Alter* a delightful '9I. .WttlJ.herparen" depot; and the A C.:& L. should giveus SriOfATHIC ',HVSfOMrm ': 'N :a rR ALLEN: x
tV Mail and orders receive prompt C9..J .M ,
express .
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.. "'*, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. McDonald, something. better than the rotten old '. ., .. ...
Mrs. A. lIt"VO; ,.. and'little daughter thing that now psiisei for:the DeLand COWd U.,;: '. \1"" V 'r",' VV _L: .

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\', ,,Bound sense that we tell you. I tko folder D..M1. Wagon Shop
1!..::'( Tour work costs'' lens dollars and''I i la, Dumas ,pere when" managerM.f. the., '' Most people know tltat it they have ,
Dent every time. you use the I*. At M. Theatre Illstorlque was continually
In'
,r N,"; Paint. : studying the Indueuce: of tb.'temJMU'8-' been sick they need Scott'jr Em a- DeLAND, FLA. the soil puts corn on the
stalk and in the bank
., You do more painting' turn on the Bale.; of tickets-at least, he money
Ion of L.,&, M. than -with two'galone' ...Ion to bring back health and strength.
seemed to do so. In fact, this seeming Everything In Wagons" Buggies, Carts
The natural of is eiSSify ono
growth
plant
; of other palnta* and the L. & M. Zinc Interest 'In'' the showing of the thermometer etc., manufactured and repaired in my process
harden the L & M.; ,.White Lead and 0 hop in the very ,best workmanshit of chemical conversion. ,Potash, the raw' material,
other acts ;
like But the
MI many about Scott'sEmulsion
'I makes the U & M.\ Paint like was strongest point '
,. wear but of the known. Only Orsc-olaa men employedand is cheap; but when. converted by nature into com,
of his, nothing an expression p
\' Iron. proverbial kindness of his heart is that you don't have to be flrst-claas work turned ont.' I have it Is valuable. The use'16f ''Pot sb 'la not. an
;!r 4 gallons I* & M.mixed with S gallons
't. Linseed Oil will paint a moderate One day Dumas happened to ,meet1' sick' to get results from it. ably added .to my" plant a expense;' but an investment.WHH ",/ 1 J::,

sized house. an old friend whom he had not, seen ""-lay for ow fro tookltt, "Flint Food.
'y". Actual cost L'''& M 'about''1.20 per! for thirty: ;years. "Where are you goingto I Ir *
IERMAII tAU WORKS
gallon. dine tonight. be asked the friend, It keeps up the athlete's strength,puts fat >-
ll A. T. Terrell Riverhead; N. Y., "Tonight I shall dine nowhere," was I f thin makes J Naaaau N.w York.e. NrntAtlanta .
p. writes: "10 yean ago painted with Ll r on people, a fretful baby happy, xS da.,

& M. Only now requires repainting. the answer. brings color to pale girl's! cheeks and '. tale cannier; Bide.ATLANTIC .
l a ;: .1
Sold by R. D. McDonald DeLand "Oh no, said Dumas; "you are mis il) pre -r>
Florida. 2 taken.' Yon will dine with me." He ') vents coughs, colds and consumption.
led the friend Into his house and gave !

him the upper place at his table. The Mkl.iMk a "" *a4a
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Food in concentrated form for ctck and .
poor man bad not bad such a dinner !(
FOUND A HOLE FOR HIM. I for long time and Dumas when retiring :
a
Into his writing room after the (-f, well, young and old, rich and poor. to f COAST LINE

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coffee said "It la a matter of coursethat'
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And it contains and alcohol.ALL L
drugs
i I expect you: tomorrow at'the no no I
Here Is lomething that should appealto "

every: young; man starting out In same. The time.friend came the next: 'day;' and :. DRUGGISTS I SOo. AND $I.OO. g I Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia North Carolina
14 + ,
;It,, business: "When I came to Mew'York. the day after this. and so on tor ten .. .

vr, aid a bright fellow to me "I engaged years up to his death. Oue day; how 60 0060 OOO O OOO i F and' South Carolina .

, .. by the year as entry: clerk with a large ever. he told Dumas that as be was __ "_ hu "_ "u .--
dry goods, ou.... I soon found out I eating bread he did not earn this arrangement ''-- -, ..
couldn't get along with the superln; could not continua "lilt 1 1 I I The Great Highway of Travel from

tendent, a 'dictatorial, 'domineering am not able honestly to earn my mealsI Notice to NonResidentsIn Notice of Final Discharge. : COLD TIRti: SETTER I Florida-East West North SouthTo

man. Being'' and brash I 'BBSS shall not come again. Tell me In ,
young Circuit Court 7th Judicial Clrotlt of Can set your Tires without taking ,
ed him iwhlcb made matters all.the what way I can be of service to'you.", Florida In and lor Voluala. County. In Notice Is berhay given that nix months wheels from vehicle. We take out no
for At last position be. Dumas thought a moment; then'bo Chanoerr.Ola after date towft-the aoth day of March, bnrn felloes
worse me. my: 1U07 tbe undersigned administrator ot tbe bolts, rub no paint or our the East, the Famous
,'. cams unbearable,' and I quietly: looked said:' "You can do me a great favor. Wester ) estate of Evelyn O. Blane, will file bill final with a hot tire. Come and see it work .
I, around i for1( another place The'man.'I You may BO to the new bridge everyday .'li i vs.Uoaea Wester.. }> account aa such administrator with the will' and you will never' have your Tires set Florida and West India Limited and New York Express

agerof, a great grocery house asked : and take the temperature by Che annexed together with his vouobera wltb hot aKaln. I .
I Hosea W ester I .
, f where I worked and why I wanted to valier's thermometer. The tempera. Jo I You are. hereby required to appear to thu I the, County at his cHloe Judge at of DeLand Volusia, and county ask, for Florida an .Thanking yon for your patronage in I and Dixie
I make a change. I told'bin] In all frankness ture, you must know. Is of great moment \ of Complaint: tiled herein. against you I order' 'of goal dlsoharga.. I' the past and hoping a continuance in TO 'I inP WEST Montgomery Route
, and be asked me to come around In the matter of the sale of tick. i* tba above entitled cause on or before the the future, I remain Flyer via Atlanta.
Could do this"' 4th day of February, A. D.1407The Tbl.SePtem"'I'JI.IA'J s E. BLiNK. Yonrs' to _
I eta. serve
in a few days. I guess I talked altogether you la I
I The fellow answered affirmatively i Volusia County Record hereby Administrator with the Will Annexed SCOTT h0DUKINS.KLICKER Pulman Cars and Coaches all Trains
too much. When I called be poor designated SB the n wapapor. In which this Through on
I said,''! have no place open at present: and from that time on reportedto order snail be published onoe a week for
F' but I guess I can find a hole for you.' Dumas every day; "At noon the Wur oonll (lull weeka.I Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all points, via all
I\Witness my hand and seal 01 office this I trains as far east as. Washington and as far West as Bt Louis, Cm-
showed and
thermometer
That,was enough. I went back to .my so so many let clay of .
tore and resigned' degrees In the hade." And Dumas, [..aLI) 9AM'I.D JORDAN Clerk clnattl and New Orleans; rates S25.00.______ 'q

I. The'' next morning I presented'"myself who of course did not care In the least ". !I By Bra FISHKK, Deputy Clerk.Jl BROS Consult the Purple Folder
LeeHormry,
before the manager of the grocery about the temperature, replied with the jBollcltor' for Complainant

bonne.', "A.1,told ;you* seig !he.'I have same regularity: ,"I ,am very; much \ I For detailed and full Information regarding! rates, Pullman reservations -

no place open at present and walked obliged. If you only knew what, a ercha Tailors schedules. Call on jour nearest ticket agent, or write
t" away.: 'But. said I, Mldn't you tell me service you are doing me!"-Harper's I Notice. nt FRANK C. HOUSTON, W. I). STARK, Traveling Pass. Aftt.llnt. .
r." .' ;yon would find a hole for me?' 'I did., Weekly.: : I
i;Notice Is h.rebgiven tbat the umlor-" Pass. Agt., 188 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W.
f. he answered back. ''Ain't you In Itr signed guardian of Ibo estate or Claienoe, J. CRAIQ, Pus Tral. naiug-er T. C. WHITE Oen'l Pas*. Agent
t He then' added, 'Mr. R., the suporlntendent HE GOLDEN RULE OFTHREE W VsoHo>rn. a minor will on the 4 b day I Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner I
'
3 "of the flrm you have'' been I of Febreary,1UU7,make application to the -Pi M MMMMMMMMMMNMM_ f
working, for Is my; I brother.' .1"< have Three thing to county ofVolusIa and State of lorlcln, for Suits for and Suits of shades and
morning, noon patterns
t' worked since then wltb my bands In honest leave to sell at a private.ale a one half' un ) The climate of the East Coast of Florida t
I my pockets, and the lemon took a good ]Three.things to !live-courage, aoTee- divided Interest In tbe following property night, new,
, deal of the'heahne.a. out(of pie. II and gentleness. situated In the county of Voluaia' und"State' Suits that Qt you too, just Suits superbly lined all through is nearer perfection than that of any
of Florida. and described follows towlt
4 4.r
as :
'Ion
. .: taught me to look before' I leaped.- thing i to govern-temper, iAn undivided. one half Interest In and to right and through, other place on earth.. tit <-* "4 t *kaad t
\: New York Preis.WEIGHT' tongue and conduct. the south twenty five feet of the north Suits well made at prices right- Suits that are a bargain true-
and half feet of lot live,
one
'Three things for which to ng-ht-honor elJ.rh'yel"bt Waiting here. When you appear. ,
block four, according: to plat of D ; IJ. Bog
f; FLUCTUATIONS home and country.: e". survey of Dt.>Land, in saM county and .
d Slate; also. an undivided one quarter}interest CONSULTATION FREE.
|Three thing to cherish-the true, the
A ... Mar Omlm u4 !<... Ff_ in and to tne south live feet of the n rih I i
J" ?...<. Im tfc. Dmr. beautiful and the good bay three and ore half feet ol said lot live, r io iI

. "A dinner Jlke'thl. Increase. one' life(Three death thing and about which to think aforesaid block: four plat according Also tbe to Interest D L) Itogera ol the KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirdarultttfl I jI

i. weight two and a half pound..," said eternity; aforesaid minor', Clarenoe W. Vanllorn In I
": a physiologist as be finished bis more (Three things to commend thrift, In. and to, and his rights under a ui rtxin party l '
dustry: and promptness wall oontract recorded In the office of the y 1 10r
't than generou.meal. >"An average.din-
''t ner Increase 'the weight two pound. {Three things to despise-cruelty; arrogance Clerk Florida: oftheCircultCourtofVoluslacountp. In Book: J of miscellaneous. records, Pipe fitting Tin rooting Guttering D a' a

two'Ounces. Did you ever consider and ingratitude .I page 111, lie the property of paid minor, TTl RrifiTiRH and sputinffp m?'

how the weight fluctuates night andy |Three things to love-the wise the !Dated this Jan MAKTHA 3, luu7.A. VAMIOKN.' Ouardlan. a .repaired, wells and tanks madt
\y day, ; ? virtuous and the Innocent ,
I "We lose iii bed at night two pounds I Three things for which to wish Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- to order. Repairing of all \

\\ six ounce Between breakfast and health,'friend* and contentment kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed. and
.,. I I der' Section 8 of Chapter 4688, Laws Tinsmith & Plumber.
lunch we lose fourteen ounces. Between '' 1
JThree things to admire-dignity, of Florida.
lunch and dinner we lose ten g. .acetuhiess and Intellectual power.' I {.Notice hereby given that T. J. Murray, Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue.
i' oUDce*-mOI'tl. 'Total loss, four pounds robaarol. Tax: Certificate No. 324 dated
(JThree'things to attain-goodness'of alm h
fourteen ounces. That: goes on everyday ; 6th dy of June. A.D 1IK>4.baa tiled aald cerittuuteln cwr a I
,r,. of lives."At heart Integrity; of purpose and cheerfulness my office,and has made appllcation ,
; our of disposition.-Leadership.1 for tax: : clued to Issue In accordance withlaw r f.l
, Ii breakfast''w gala one pound f
t I eaidoortlfio.teembraces the 'follow-
twelve ounces; at lunch, one pound; at log described property situated In Volusia Now is the time to order ;

.r.. dinner,,,as I ..14lbetore, two pounds P.g..otty of Rmta. oounty! rloridato-witt No.1'' :!
A glove manufacturer took from a Lot Mew
| 13, Fulford Smyrna
t c: two oances. Total cain four pounds cabinet a bandaouiv pair of brown (The said land being! assessed. at the dale
, ,, fourteen ounces. ul the Issuance ot such certificate In nam Simon Pure 1 1for
"These
gloves. gloves are made of .
'
' "Thus, day by': day; raining nearly t i E. K. Manafleld. Unless said certl-
,\ uni ratskln." be said "Tlicy look well at State shall. be redeemed according to l.w,
five pounds, our weight remains
first glance: but examine them care- t 4x: deed will Issue thereon on the 12th day I
form. If we ate but a half or a third o f February, A. D. 1907. your grove and be sure of a large crop next :
'qlly. Look Into tin ukln. The skin,
; :: ; 0i
It I. to Witness. official and seal
what we do. logical suppose my signature
that onr organs, digestive and BJ( ont though soft end ,BUM. reveujed, on close this tbe 11th day; of January A D 1IH)7MSC4I. ) winter. All the best groves use: SIMON PURE : i lks ftmoas Orangs GroTM, Pineapple Plantations
examination n great many cuts and .] SAM.... D. JOEDAN, Ooeoanat grow sal Tcgotabls Farms of ths country tributary Is
would have but half as much work to FERTILIZERS and show for themselves
I 1 Clerk!: Circuit Court Voluala County Fla.ministrator's they :: : :
San and scratches. None of these I
: do and that our brains In consequence IITDIAII RIPER, LAKE WORTH and JJISCAY5E BAY
-
:\ went quite through, Nevertheless their ;
would be able to do twice as much. an reached frost JacksoarlUs via the
f That I* the logical supposition and no effect was to weaken the gloves great- [ Notice. E.O. Painter Fertilizer Co.
r", doubt It Is the correct one, but man I.! lr.: ':1'bose. cu\*f und,, cnr3' ," said the If County Court, Volusia County, Florida ; 'j ,FLORIDA EAST COAST BAILWAT.

till too, nearl: =:_ animal, _toeat_ _only manufacturer.. "ure wlmt bar rat.kiobut' By the County Judge of said 'ounly) JACKSONVILLE
I what be needs. He Insists upon eating orgloveoiaililiiii"Yunev: : r'lIet a (Whereas, D.Ethel Wads has applied to

, ,, till be can hold no more'* skin .without, themvs hunce, you ..can't 'Ibis iiourtfor Letters of Administration f'LORIDA'I i ,
> .. -. turn-the damugeil l"""kin -Into a good He Estate ot Matilda A. Clackner, d. _

f .awa* kr ale AvwatlM* CT..4.t rlove.- Hats fight no much that they t4aaed, I late: of said County of Voluaia:';'; 'I I/' d ,
//These are therefore, to cite and admonish
I The value! ota: religion; educationwas wcome. at no fenrlv ago a mass of s II and singular the kindred and creditors i
I .. once skepticBom cars.' Their tank\ hides are of. bo use o.t said deceased' be and .appear before A
I .. He Jell 6ft s'temporarr! bridget f It eommeice.1" II j'tlallo" tblll Court on or before the' lath day of Febru- John B. Stetson '

I I,: conn.cUng4oldIand'uewEdlnpufgb' :. ,cry A. D. 1U07. and the objections, if anythey University I For copy of ....ti..l ""' '',''KId Coast of Florida,Dent sees
letters aforeMid .
have to tbe granting as
4. and sank I I. a bog'*,After'maayxcrk Ls.doa'. nrf. iti i Aunt.Npeu otherwise the lame will bj: granted as p feahualar inside, ... ether talbnastloa, aadrsss

II: for, assistance.,tent old iwotnah t>Inrw. I.nnufdir.lnWcV! the first1 balloon fayds. V' J.B.PABBOTT.P..BECIWITH; ; .BlHillB, JM.
near and'began'to make preparations asce&t' from L6ni1oi In 1784 Tie hod for i witness my name as County Judge of the AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. PIoIoJ'no'ta e.s._ v....__ .....1'....

for saving him. But a. soon II she fellow passengers n cut: a 'dog and li. ,'County. 1007.t .,aforesaid, this Ttb day of Janu- i AUOUST1BB-' FUU''
Y.
.
.aw'who It was she would save she deviated pigeon. Such was the excitement' caiiw. ,
J. LEE McCKORY, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART8-8tandarda Id"ntlcal l with the (Tr.IvprBity
are -
aad.b.da him stay where be was. ed by this ascent,that a Jury' dellberi! t County Judge. of Chicago

"I am no atheist;protested Hums "J sting on,tbe fate of a orlmliihCrcttiru-1) COLLEGE OP \W-Qr duaton admitted without. examination In Florida.
ssore ;yon, voaft'womAD.-ou'aft 1IIIIh .4 ailmKty verJT t-'olaftiimtiil lifordef' COLLEUB: : OF TK"; :HNOLUUY( -Kleotrloal, Mechanical and Civil En- :

taut{." "Well then. If ;you are not an not to miss. the spectacle' while King I tasure with uss.Now glneerlng 1Bold} Lumber Compagy}
: COl.LE'lE FOR TQAOBEB8: -rive courses of study for Florida School
.... ath.Ipt" she cried, "7ou can say ;your George III. broke up a meeting of bin. I Teaahers
po belief and,, It ;you cannot do that I will council to .watch the'progress. of th<*' I. the time. PREPARATORY AUA.DEMY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depotat

,' be no aid to save an Infldel. Hume balloon.. It was In the following ;rear! i cash for losses. Michigan Vassar DeLand with beat cypress and yellow pin
Spot BUWINKSS: : COLLEOE-Bookkeeping, Banklof Shorthand, Typewriting
i"' ;
accordingly: mbogged In the swampde 785. that an adventurous Dublin nil-
.
Business, Law.SCHUOL .
.profundls' -recited' the Apostle' ergraduate, Mr. Mngulre."made n bal I U should be protected. OF MECHANIC ARTS! -Wood and Iron *orkln' : and Manual Lumber Flooring Ceiling Monldings.If

"0, Creed and, baring.mad*.no mistake Intbs'teclUl. loon ascent and was actually knighted Insured Training ,
,i \. was duly saved by this se- by the lord lieutenant for his,courage.V R you( SCHOOL W MUSIU-Plano, .Organ, Voice Theory History of Music

"', vas Samaritan. If be bad failed' : Every company,reliable.When Toaoher SCHOOL Course OF FINE AETd-Drawing and Palming, oil wateroolor:,. pastel.; Shingles, Laths, Etc.
Den too Sn.1 naml. ET.-JON hat 4 Colleges,5 Technical a boola 15 Buildings, 48 In Faculty
";*;t .........lsi LOT 1:_ The sensitive plant)isfound'. In the :, does your policy expire solid courses, strong teaohern, modern equipment| 10 laboratories.. :2 museums, .All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered

What are known as "exhibits" In law church. The pastor !baa a difficult time4' Jo force llymn..lum.211. class r..nmo.separate dormitories for both sexes, memorial dining ,ano wherein the-city. ,,
policy
( :: II Is jour hall wood and lion shops, m muni training and domestic science auditorium
cases'range front sheets of to
paper. keeping him In humor to do church 910,010 pipe organ l) plans, debating clubs, literary societies sun, Icoture I
'boilers and other large articles.1' At ... 'work.-The sensitive'plant (* found la 'Telephone number sixteen.TTONINSIIRANCR : courses, Christian: .asa tolatlona. general library(IO.OUU volumes! ) .pe Halt times ..n omnibus, a motor car political( circle. The candidates must llbruty,euoloiaj athletic n-Id. running track tennis courts, baaoota diamond

.and a cab have been'tlii on, view side"of, |nthepriyate'roadway .' handle him with glove The sensitive AGENCY; .football Clirlatlan Meld('not panc-liko sectarian. onmoui) utai.sphere, atoll, roads, open. cement to nil deuominatlous wa ks shrubbery. steam and trees heat, I DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & 'Novelty Works

by"; the plant Is found In all avenues of human -(_ 'will find at electric llffhta, eiactrlo bells, concerts, fraternities, extitbltlnns: receptions, re
: ,Ix>udoo law courts, and as they could activity. Most generally he la a U us altars. vespers. eta test na, featlfali. Atteadanoe now blitgest In b Inter of d. T.
,I not ba brought Into the witness box nuisance.' Don't be one.-Columbia ''rlitneon and DeLand.PATENTS. I I'V University. Generous patron] no money apared. Stvtaoh 1* lor Florida Sri, OAIRNS, Fropr. and Manager.
the Judge and Jury have had to out ," laat,and alt tne time. '
go Herald. I '" bulletins, and. folders ddreiaPKKSIUEST DRESSED '
"Infurmaton,cataloguer, view. ,
,and. Inspect heta I ffni., { J dpett.lie ofth.'most'pohdetdld H7 -. tl' lAn
t v tJi4f n .F. ) LINO )LN:\ HULLEV' A.SI., Ph. D, DjLand. I Florida LUM
------ B'E'EI-
,,klnd'was! a large ship's xhtblta"boiler farnaee.of this First Tramp Awf.l(shuddering RnllMll.-with terror! ;' :', -r.: : .[ .. : .:..;. :, AN13 ROUGH _

,which: '"wae' conveyed from Swansea foruispecnoa. and .efuplggLlrlcompaplon'sarwl-i: Iw'tF ;. Ceiling Siding, Turning, Scroll
Floorlnr' Sawing, Moulding Window
? -.-London,.'" -Standard.. Bay Ike, loot Lw.9t tbl\Ullere 'P, -bb w AM ra.tbv.o.at>fd'W'a ) l Sh A/irtT8'o"ewel Poob. BalUlitere.! Mantels, Turned Porch (Columns! etc ana:
aajraTV wT ht ye would! Second Tramp"tHKU.'Algtkt' and Pineries. sarOrates.
.. and
_C-l .-. T............. flintTratupTV'y.; ; .v P .6001 pa.a.ua ueaSoq'da.oaoy..m.l le'a Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of Box A building Material a specialty

..':' Mid the warden "lie was thec4le.t"and that there sign on da big brick bnlldln'. -. M q 't a+.e 't+''aa f4 "oy.dwa I

goat thoucbtfnl I la It: says "II'O wolksVUce. an' we've M1 I I i I ? DELAND 'FI'ORID '"

'who! everbroke\ ;Jail.I ." ./; I e' .'got :Iron In Mar bloodf. f wonder; la It -- -
:IYoa'd4o"tlays"'exa1IIf: edrt. I. 'W ft, --A.J'r'. tcah'1 &_.. L* L

i I tor,' ....... ...,,,... ...._ ___, I I Machinery 'iiiI
"'%JTea ,ne.left' )behind)him.a' not to u\IFAC'JUI i'U--t: r b .1 I lap yauaq vu.teamlutod MALSBY ,, t.
:the 'fowdmot 6f 1b.1Itst..lMtabmln., 'f F "IV rov xepaeld 1w ..einepr.4.q.'awt Where you find Shield Brand Shoes I-

+' .'h..fOG wilt pardon' me for' the inr- .ABOUT, THE "BLUES" : stn.'.?Lagl'aonra.ada4gli.tnq'laam y.alt; may n'.aaaaae it is a safe place to trade, because r Company, I 1"- '
"-J r ;
'ty( rm taking Catholic Standard
{ and Timer, What Iskas easthe"BIud" I .ladia aO a.. 1We d 'they are sold by reliable merchants

lr1'f "i .,.'J 'l.J..acIJolD. occaalooed by actual esUstildMI I ,:everywhere., Be sure to ask for ..cL. SAW MILLS ENGINES, ind HiLERSilbttable, ; O"tlltla 81leclalty. Write i
+ "Th.lrl..tt.. w.. _. 'df 'itiaaHto nt)-tt'to the '' JACSSONVILI.E 011 Seal Tetme. Vol" Ward ana Jefferson etrt'pta.
.
.
y? esa' You're nau.bt7..llltt.. 1 great malorltylOf,c .T_ d4. I II .Riser's .King,$3.50( Shoe .r FLORIDA '
,
';', ( OIiIrI8tabel.l ;kick': ,'y... tJUIB I lord.k.hJ U.1.r ,
t t 1 nedn O.A and y.telra .
.
that.Goveroes. Ohrlstabet 11/. K.h.t didn't:{ MMari kick Kl: .n1JtJ$ PI vem..no for men, and you will get your d 1 (
-71 ............. I worth. Orange City wagon and ''Blacksmith
4 y : bar several uill-. Orlsv.Uek w | ,,money a e Made in '37 e Shops.

s&1_ tas .Ataa.dk r '; j3J! 1fp..r. yp} -"oC I Ik > (styles and all the popular ,j?' a I. I.. ', '

'. ''' .. ". '''''.dLJ' ),w.Leathers Patent Colt Vici Wagons and Buggies Made '
,'
or Repaired. Horse
l ..t l ti :/1.; snd now,sMfepnvt or photo ot Invmtloii lot Shoeing &
,, ablllty tnr fr* bobk, hGun Metal Box'' Calf etc -0 c cI
.l, ; .. Specialty. Carriage buggy |
; agpr1pai'nftJ '
; ittrP1IIS '' ,, < : ) / done'in! time ''q.

!I Alrr I M. best manner finest paints used,
::21 i k C.,, KIser, Company Everything in Blacksmith-

., y UMRlaa I! GA5NOWII t 'Manufacturer*': :. I p.e ::.Oft ing Done and all Work' Guaranteed to be .First-class.. Giveme

e'kolad t A12AXTAi; !CSORA 8L 'Iaa..uc" ,0. J ,ilk a Trial. Orders Promptly 'Attended to.

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