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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 25, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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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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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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,. VOLUME ,:x.XI' DE AND. VOLUSIA CO.. FLA., FRIDAY, JANUARY ;,,25i; 1907. : 't'K- l-i;


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; professional! I.Carts. -n :--- ., VALUE OP OLIVE OIL. ALL OVERTHE, COUNTY Stone of ,Emporla, and oouslnl: Mrs. and Mr*. Harvey of Pa. -These ,good 1

'1i '! Mamie Woodard of Webeter. people drove over front I DeLand one .
: )V.PERKt,: S: It .. Good Either Teken Internally morning and decided to spend balance '!
JAMES
and
or Uaed Externally.Various ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED 'TO Mr. and Mr. Henry Price children of the season here.' They are' guest, ':--ti
,
forms and kinds of oils forma of Pierson were in townflrst,, of ,of the O. O. Hotel, '
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- : large stone In the foundation of THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS this week. I '\
LAW A The Ladle aid social at the Hall
,. : beauty culture. Only the thoughtful CORRESPONDENTS. Mrs B M. Robinson bad Mile; guestSunday Monday eve was a very pleasant affair '

observer realizes their Importance and -- and altho the company was not
Florida. '
DeLand. ; and ;Monday her mother. Mrs
I that they were. Indls, eusable to the I. ) 'large a' pleasant time was enjoyed. 'i
Federa] Pierson.
Will. Practice In State and fl belles of old time-to the Uiwks and P. D. Harper, and sister-in-law, drs. J.,, Excellent! .muplc, by Misses P/laisted/ "\
Courtll' C. Plgne and children of Crescent City. and Townsend, and singing by Mr.
lioinans and eastern heautles of au-
for InfatS and Children Heebner and little' Mllllli// Radar and
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Sam Woods Seville
P' of orange
dent day. was enjoying: .a The peach and treea in oar '
recitations Mis Townsend.
STEWART & ,BLY, Caatorla Is a :harmless j substitute for Castor on. .Paregorte ,Olive oil was the most luxurious as drive on this pike Sunday with maidens, vicinity; are budding oat, and) ''If the by

Drops and Soothing Syrups. It; is Pleasant. It well as the most common. It was taken guess who? warm weather continue It will Only be DEATH OP MISS BLANCHE HICKIB.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA,! contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic Internally and externally;' they rubbed Peter Pierson. the practical horticulturist a few day .before the peach tee will 'f.
mibtitance.! It (destroy Worms and allays Feveriafiness. with It, bathed In It, drank It and Mall! Blanche,HLckle; passed away
'Offlo In Bank I Building, DeLA-ND\ It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething used It In a hundred w...,". Olive oil U and florist of East Pferson, be a sheet of pinkness.W. not suddenly'or unexpectedly, but

Bn nBhofflceoverPpBtpffloe.DAV'lONA; Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the atlll olive oil, though H*". so many people -I has a fine crop of spinach to maakepoon. I J.. Burnett is. spending/ Awhile after four years of. illness i her spirit
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. took its flight Thursday at 4:30 p. m.
The Children'! Panacea The Mother's, Friend. recognize its value except as an Ingredient I over at Daytona with his daughter Mia Miss Blanche Hickle-was'' born inMarshfleld
Cary>; Landls ,Bert Fish of salad dressing Ii i S. H. Jones, among foremost, track Blanch in hopes'that the aeabreeke will Vt., on Feb, 17th, 1876.

LANDIS & FISH The Kind You Have Always Bought It Is excellent for the digestion and growers of West Pierson batt :, about recuperate him, aa he. has been auSerlng and passed away Jan. 17th, 1907, ageJ

may, be taken In ,doss of from one to finished planting his Irish potato': muck: very much for a good while with asth 20 years .
". ATTORNEYS and COUNSELOR3- > Bears the Signature of nine or more teaspoonfuls a day. Some I gardens. In Nov. 1905 she, with her mothet
ma.
AT-LAW, people find It Is distasteful taken clear. and brothel Wendall HIckie, came
In that case It may be disguised In I Charlie Price, a thoroughly experienced So far there baa been close on to eight to Orange City hoping for beneficial

DeLand, Florida and Federal wine or lemonade or some pleasant millwright of DeLand was traveling thousand 'boxes! of. oranges shipped from results from mild climate. Here they
In State
Will Practice made their pleasant I home, and
Courts. drink which of Itself should agree' with :over the push here and at Bakersbnrf this! place being mostly of ,tangerine, through all of her suffering' she was

Special:: facilities for examining and # the Individual' system. I Friday.' which mean. about; ,seventeen ,thousand evercheerfut patient and uncomplaining .

1 perfecting land titles I' Olive oil Is a good flesh builder. If B. B. Minshew, accompanied bf ,Miss dolls is for our;growers, ,Moat all re- and expressed herself willing and
I I
In Use For Over 30 Years.Wnr.lilp rubbed Into the skin It not only accomplishes Mary Harper a typical bonnie beauty turns have been very good. ready .to answer\,\''the summons to

J L. McCRORY, TH! fttNYauyot.ppny. YT ........ ..........,.0..., but makes this"i tbe with skin faithful soft and applications.velvety of West Pierson. worshipped at rber- There will be an Edison Graphaphone "Come Funeral up Higher.services were'held at the

Being a vegetable oil. I It has absolutely villa Saturday. entertainment in, ,the Roblnsoa Hal family residence on Vol usia. Ave.,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. no tendency to, stimulate' a growth of Trader Webb Powell lost one pf hU Friday night, Feb. lit. followed: by, a Friday at were two present o'clock to, and pay a respects goodlynumber

b. MAN ERS AT TABLE. balr. bronco mounts aid he had to make a a box .npper. :The public U pordially and extend; sympathy to the bereaved
,
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'
j DeLand, Florida. tloilvln.TMrafSii Olive oil Is used In a hundred, other madgait canter t.) DeLeon Springs Fri Invited; to come oat and have socially mother, brother and aunt, who have

S. B. Wright Jr. ; wax models of all proposed The Etiquette o' Eating la the Sevvuteenth ways, but the sum of its virtues lies day night to catch stock good time, Given for benefit of the together with the best medical IIkltito
Silu B. Wright British ImttleHhlps Are used by the Imply la this-It Is gentle In Its action be had, done all that love and untiring
,_WRIGHT & WRIGHT, admiralty! for tests beforo the keels of C.Dt".7.An soothing nourishing and strengthening Mrs. John Lofbirg and two handsome Methodist church so every one come" care could accomplish. Mrs.
I the ships are mid down the miniatures account of hospitality In 1629 give' children of DeLand accompanied by out and help a good cause. Antle and Miss Bird sane- very feelingly .

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA being tented In n great tank. The a good Idea of the manuer In which a THE ALFALFA her husband's brother were visiting The truckers are ballY now getting those old favorites, which always
country gentleman of the period lived. PLANT. ,
PUBLIC comfort with them-"Jesus
NOTARIES models are from twelve to twenty-four carry
I relatives at this place last week. their fall potato, off
Dinner crop preparatory "
in of
end supper were brought by Lover'of Soul "Rock Agell"alld
Offl'" at Telegraph Office. feet long the tank being 400 feet long H W.. Cultivated .. Asia for their J. O. Prevatt My '
Loner Be. spring
I the servants with their hats on, a custom J. B. Belceer. a large naval stores and planting. ""The City Beyond Death's Sea
and Tbe models
FLORID twenty feet wide. are fore (he Chrletlnn E... has him S.83 barrel. The laid to rest In
DI AND, mndo of wax because It Is a material which Is corroborated by Fynes timber operator of Demarest, Ga.. was returns netting $ per body was Orange
Alfalfa Is native of
southwestern .
d ,,'hll'h does not absorb water or change Morysou. who says that being at a Asia and live a at this place Monday en route to look Guess our little village can boast of City Cemetery.CARD
E. ALEXANDER, knight's house who had servants centuries prior to the cash realized from and
J Its weIght. so that alterations can be many Christian era bad been carried to and over the south Florida country. more vegetable Of THANKS.
to attend him they brought In the fruit from here In than
shipped a
easily made, and the material can be year
cultivated In southern The John Larson florist of
Europe. an experienced
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. melted up and used again. The American meats with their heads covered with another village of its size in the State.I. We hereby extend our 'heartfelt
Romans and
I' used appreciated It as a Cromwell, Conn. wintering In
blue cups. After washing their bands sunny thanks to the many friends who so
I Office In Brush Block. naval authorities also have models In a bnsln they sat down to dinner feed for their chariot and war horses Florida I is having.a delightful month's D. Robinson last week sold his kindly assisted us in our late breave-

DeLand, Florida. of all their hulls! constructed but and Sir James Prlngle said grace. The before tbe, ulrtb of Christ From stay with bill old friend Captain Peter town place to Emmett Dean, of the ment. Mrs J. H. HIckie,' Mr. W. P.

Nm Tractlce: In State and Federal these are much more elaborate than viands seemed to have been plentiful Italy. In which country its growth has Pierson Dean & Co., turpentine firm at OmrRa. fickle, Mrs E. McBryer.
the British being formed of white pine
Courts been maintained continuously to the
and fitted with rudders, false keels, and excellent-"big pottage long kale. present day, It found its Into Rev. A. Stenwall the beloved pastor and Mr. Dean moved his family in flrst

tr. A. DAVIS, propeller shafts and all et cetera bowe of white kale" which i Is cabbage; Spain and Krauce. way filled his regular appointment at tbe of this week. We learn he is to erect a _...........

DR. "brach soppe" powdered beef roast The Spaniards during the Spanish Invasion Lutheran church last Sabbath morningand very pretty cottage( in town in the' near Frankincense la the parent of all In-

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Mixed Metaphor. and boiled mutton, a venison pie In carried It Into' South America evening. Rev. Lowder praachec fntnre. We are glad to see such enterprising cense. It 1 I. a gum resin from an Arabian .

DELAND, FLORIDA. Sir Robert Purvis addressing his old form of an egg, goose.' Then they bad and Mexico. During the middle of two able sermons at the Methodist Snn people come into our healthy tereblnth. To obtain this a deep

Office at residence Indiana avenue, constituents at Peterborough In defense cheese cut and uncut and apples. But the nineteenth century It was ,Introduced I "settlement.One Incision Is mad In th* trunk and be-
b. Cwrt House. of an act of parliament under the close of the feast was tbe most Into this California Ex-Sheriff John Price a highjy, I's: low It a narrow strip of bark peeled
country; through
.Aour,: 9 to U. I 2) to 4. and '7 to 8. I whose operation some of them bat curious thing about It. by tbe Chilean Sluce then It teemed old veteran warrior accompanied of the ,saddest deaths that has off. When the exudation hal hardened .

I : gone to prison for a week said: "That. I The tablecloth was removed, and on hall gradually spread eastward until by his estimable wife and two children visited our little village several,years the Incision ill deepened. In about

VIRS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. gentlemen, Is the marrow of the education the table were put a "towel the whole today there Is probably not a state or was visiting his brothers the sawmill vlsl'ed the home of ,Mr. and Mrs, J. G. I three month the resin ha acquired a

act. and It will not be taken out breadth of the table and half the lengthof territory In the Union In which this and naval stores men of Bakers- Can e:! Tuesday night of this week and sufficient degree of consistency. It la

PHYSICIAN SURGEON. by Dr. Clifford or anybody else. It la It. a basin and ewer to wash, thena oldest of cultivated forage plants Is burg, last week. claimed their only daughter. Miss May, gathered In large. qoantlBe and packed
founded on a granite foundation andit carpet laid then one I 51 In goataklns. It was formerly believed -
green on. cup not grown to some extent. Where this Mrs C. H. Merriam who had been up to days agu the
speaks in a voice not to be drowned of beer set on the carpet. then a little has a practical house.keeper between that tile tree which yielded
health. Miss
Office on East New York Avenue plant come to us from Spain) directly picture of May was
baa fitted and furnished her
,
sectarian clamor. In address up frankincense infested
by an were by winged
lawn
long servlter the
plaited over corner It
DELAND FLORIDA. or Indirectly Is known as 16 and 17 years of age and was
to: tile Kaiser Wllhelra's father a Rhelu- : of the table and a glass of hot wa- alfalfa, while If brought from 'other pretty admirably arranged East Pierson favorite with both old and I serpents,, and the only way to ,be rid

[)R. A. S. MUNSON. lander mayor said "No Austria no ter set down also on the table; then be countries of Europe (and It Is In Isolated home into a boarding house. The schoolteacher a general such and of them and to get at the treasure was

Prussia one only Germany. Such were there three boys to say grace-the flrst, Instances bere and there) It i IM generally is pleasantly domiciled there, as young, being of a sweet sony by burning gum tyrax an odorlferoua -

i HOMEOPATHro the 'words the mouth of your Imperial the thanksgiving; the second, the PaterNoster called lucerne, from a valley; In !la also Mrs. MoQnaln of Tampa.G. disposition and it seems so sad,, thai balsam of aromatic mail. Frank-
PHYSICIAN. majesty has alwaya had In its ye." such a beautiful life shonld be plucked Incense was forbidden to be nd for
; the third prayer; for a blessing Switzerland, by the same name lu Hagstroia and sons,.. Fred 1 llarl.Axel .
.. ,Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug of God's church. The good man of the which It grows well aud In large quantities and son-in.law, H. Anderson, water sayonng The sympathy .of this ;little embalming a* It wa sacred to aaerlficlal -
London' Voare. bill village out to her grief stricken purpose. The Israelite were
Store. house parents kinfolk and the -St. Louis Republic goes
", 10 12 3 to Sand November Is London's worst month testers for artesian! and surface wells in their loss strictly prohibited from compounding
OFFICE: HOURS to a. m.; whole company then do drink hot wa parents irreparable Every
7 to 8 m. for fogs. During a good year the Londoner pnmps, cisterns eto, dug and placed a It. Now It I III used largely; In Roman
p. at then that medical aid and careful
ters so supper to bed the col. Pretty 1'1...... For Booke. thing
DeLand Florida. may Jars to breathe only flfty 83; foot brick curbed well In the pretty Catholic and high church eeremonlw.Th .
lotion which (Is) a stoupe of all.- The follow lug are some of tbe curious nursing were administered during her I
fogs. In a very bad year be may have tangerine orchard of F. Rosengreen last ,
D' JOHN. REEVE, to endure as many as eighty. London'scountless Scottish Review. titles of old English books: week.( Illness, but He that knoweth best claimed
Lay off the Ben.
"A :Most\ Delectable Sweet Perfumed
this sweet spirit for some good canse.
coal soot with
fires mingling Nosegay For God's Saints to Smell At." Mrs. Aaron Price of Bakerabnrg who Investigation of the capacity of hen
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, mist concoct the Londoner's fog for BRAIN QUALITY. Biscuit Baked In tbe Oven of Charity has been distressingly ill and bedriddenfor What are our representatives'' and to lay eggs reault In the discovery

", MV Office In store recently- occupied by the him.; metropolis The great begin majority to form of between foga In It .. o< Jnat na Moon Imnertnne. .* Carefully; Conserved For tbe Chickens the past month, was placed on a cot senators going to do for the people who that the egg production of ben decrease 1
in considerably after'the. of
the of the Church tbe of the have sent them to Tallahassee the age
Qunatity.The Sparrows j
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408 West 7 and 8 In the morning. Just when most and taken to the hospital at Jackson
New York Ave.DeLand tree are being lighted. brain of Daniel Webster weighed Spirit and tbe Sweet Swallow of. Sal- ville Sunday. We trust, through the way the railroad ha been doing onr four year Thu a ,ben. lay at the 1
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Florida. fifty-six or fifty-seven ounce, that vation." kill of and careful shippers this past season t. What are oar age of ODe ;year about. 30 eggs; at the
good physicians '
of Napoleon, Bonaparte about the aame. "A ,Sigh of Sorrow For the Sinners R. It Commissioners for they do not ago of two year*, .boot 120; at the
Chnnsred."Hello she will be able to return
nursing, soon age of three year. abat' 186.t;: the
of Zion Breathed Out of Hole the
This 1 I. about three and a In
pounda a half. interest
H. D. BRACEY. Pepper, old chap! exclaimed see to the people's that{ they
QR. : These Wall of Earthly Vessel Koown to her husband and children. age of four yean about 116; at the
the an
were exceeded by brain of
to another. "You have altered- that the R R. does not
a man don't see give us
." Cuvler the great French naturalist, Among Men by tbe Name of Samuel day morning and evening. He also held ; age 'of flv* years, about 80 .and at the
DENTIST. scarcely kneyou. better service? Here is a case for ,someone ag. of six year,, about *X Thee ftg-
haw which weighed between fifty-nine and Fish" (a Quaker who bad been Imprisoned service at Emporla in the arter ooD.
"My name- -Is not Pepper
to explain: One man in town bad a aNa go to show that boas. should never
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Ixty ounces and that of the French Brother Lowder Is still growing I ijf the
the other
haughtily.
Office: First door west of Bank. protested : "Eggs of Charity For' the car billed to him from Jacksonville b* kept In the poultry yard 1 nor than
"Ah.". remarked the first speaker. In surgeon Dupuytren, which weighed Layed good esteem of the people of his cttco.lt.He .
DeLa>>" Florida. fifty-eight ounces. The average Chicken' of the Covenant and Boiled ,Jan. and 1007 and up to present ;writing four years. for, after the lapse .of this ,
no way abaahed, "then your name has is able.consecrated chrlptian1nmin.
an
weight of the brain of man U about With the Water of Divine Love. Take : nothing has been heard where car time they; do not yield a proper rtunon i
London Mall.Jo.t .
altered tool!
By-by. later and.a most genial Southern gentleman '
( the food .
JY\ASSAQE.\ fifty ounce and of women forty- Ye Out and Eat""Tbe of goods is. The Supt. informed tbe they cotunnt f fI

HI. Cn... five ounceThe maximum w.lght of Spiritual Mustard Pot to Make This makes his third year on shipper in Jacksonville that track: |here .MHMMW-BM BHV I
M. the Soul Sneeze With Devotion." this work and we thank the Conference crest Vnlne W m_r."Honey .
A. M. GOODMAN D. Rolllng tone Nomoss When people the healthy adult brain I I. about alrty- had been cleared and car delivered
four Most of these' published In the for hla return. one of, the moat nutrition
ounces and the minimum thirty- were
.. o' !
baa hydrophobia de thought .
MISS MAUD GOODMAN very { which wa false about car being de11v81.d. !
and delicate of foods aboutd be eaten.mOl'e .
time of Cromwell.
/
water mates 'em sick. Thirsty Thing. one ounces. Men of great Intellectual/ Richard Peterson, one of the smart,
One party was heard'to retuark than It Is," writ* a' cooking. expert
umbob, dat so? I bet I've bad It power have generally If' not always solid men of Emporla. a :jovial pushing
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621 WOODLAWN BOULEVARD all me life an' didn't know what was possessed large' brains.--, :The quality of Lawyer .t Weatmlneter. worker tracker planter and stock raia- that if onr Railroad Commissioners "Bought In the comb, It I I. boundto

d. matter wid Philadelphia Record the brain Is, however,'quite a. Important Of the professions and trade represented er, trying always to do the right thingat were not going to work f..r our interest'' .be unadulterated and will keep ODe
VOLUalA COUNTY ABSTRACT and as the quantity,' so that a large In the house of commons! the it was time for them to vote to abolish free from sore throat and bronchial
v the right time,made a straight trip to '
INVESTMENT CO. troubles. I know a number'of ladle
brain does not of necessity constitute law hold flrst place but In early the firm
An man his mouth and a great man. The all* of the brain I I. day no class of men gave greater Capt. Smith' Saturday and handed who use boner; aa a eoemeflc.;' 'They

Bert Fish President, Cary Sec D.and Land Treat.!.. huts angry his eyes.Cato.opens not In proportion to the.pby.lcal development trouble than the lawyers, and many over a wheel for another' year.for apply It to the skin, rub ,It ,In I well,

. y of the body either In animals were the attempts made to 'kesp them the popular Volnsla County' Racord Orange City.Miss then wash It off with !hot water. The

Abstracts furnished and titled perfect. or In man. The horse has a brainless out ,of the bouse. James I... when the Richard Is among the staunch, enter. "result I I" a finer complexion" a glowing 4

ed. Maps, Plata and Blue Print. Sup- NO MAN 15 STRONGER THAN In weight than the smallest adult parliament of 1024-20 was to be cb1'-en. prising citizens of the north end. (! Ada G. Massey la the daljf accredited color a. young, freak. look. -: lrmlng.I1A t'
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plied. W E HIS STOMACH. human brain; that of a whale .,nntylive advised elector :"not to choose curious Miss Annie Bit *r'i 70th birthday anniversary agent of The Record Orange tr. .

Opposite Volusla. County. J Bank.:fLORIDA. Let the greatest' athlete have dyspopstand feet long was found to weigh not and wrangling lawyers who may ,seek wall pleasantly celebrated City. and will accept subscriptions!' and ___ __ _. ._ 'n _
DELAND, twice much that of ads for the same. Any courtesies' extended
> his muKclos would soon fall. Physical quite as a4 a man. I reputation by stirring needless '
strength Is derived from food. If a Even la men there la no fixed relation '' *." This and other question with a big hop given by Mr. and Mrs. her will be duly appreciated1.) Women Well
QJTY.REAL.: ESTATE. ,,4N,8U-! : man ha Insufficient food he loses strength. between the lxe of tb. body and that antagonistic Harvey Bowen. who run the homelike ,05 as Men
It he has no food he dies Food, Is counsel In the past and present ..has
con.
RANCE OFFICE OF verted Into nutrition through the stomach of the brain. A email man may havea however done little to item the I'tld. ,-Lake Hester Hotel at Emporla About Watch for the date of "My Lord in :Are''Made Miserable by

and bowels. It depends on the large brain and a big man a small of lawyer which flow at each election 2O! couples particpated Friday evening Livery" for February.

E. H. HAYWARD food trength eaten of Is the digested stomach and to what assimilated.extent brain. Into the bouse.-Strand !Magaslne. 1 last, In honor of its estmableowner.Miss Mrs. Hair returnded a few days, ago Kidney Trouble.

City' Prnperty a Specialty. He writes People can die of starvation who have Ancient and Modern ..t....*. ]Baker. It was a very delightful affair; from visit to Cassadaga.

for tile Aetna, "The leading: /fire insurance and abundant Its associate fond to organs eat. when of digestion the stomach and Soap is really quite a new,factor In Tne Ideal Life. I the parlors and halls were 'tastefully Miss Barnum. wellknown to many Kidney trouble prey upon the mind dla>

company of America"-one of the nutrition do not perform their duty. the world' IJfe. Moat of our ancestor To live content with small means to I decorated, while numerous Japanese here, .. at Palmetto Cottage. courage and lessen am billon! beauty,vigor

few companies now very popular. in Thus the stomach I Is really the vital or- were filthy and dissembled the fact by seek: elegance rather than luxury and I Irellnementrather lanterns Illuminated the beautiful done- Miss Babcock is ill with the grip, r""u= .1, and cBMrfuhMia soon4i.3

San Frafr1 oo. California. the lanof body the will body.be If weak the stomach also because Is'weak It Is the use of stifling perfumes. WaabJngone'll than fashion to be I ing ball and even lawn. Mill Baker U which has been going the rounds. : disappear when, the kid-
No 808 Boulevard DeLand Flo.I ney* ar* out of order
hand, which don worthy not respectable, and wealthy
was only by
upon tro stomach the body relies for its ; ,deservedly popular. She was the recipIent Wanted-Laundress at Orange City -or diseased. .
trength. And as the body,considered as the very best people meant dipping pot rich; to study bard. think. : quickly ,
address Mrs. R. L.
I the above occasion of several Hotel. Call on or Kidney trouble ha
a whole Is made up of Its several mom- the fingers In rose water and drying talk gently, act frankly; to listen to on *
I I hers and; organs so the weakness of themdv I handsome presents becoming her age. Fenn, Orange City, Fla ': ; ; become so prevalent
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V.. H. ,,VOOPHIS., a* a conHflniinmA" nf "WAAlr .'.nm. them on a napkIn. Even the Roman star babe and sages with open' 'a'.
-- -. - -- -. i g no"UtllXlllllflon
ach'will-be-distributed: -among-the--or- of the decadence, who were probably heart; to bear all cheerfully do all The Powell orchestra furnished music, Miss Anna Baldwin, after a pleas for a child to be born '

El' /* Dentist l sass: which compose the body. If the cleaner a* a community than any before bravely await occasion; hurry n.v. and during the evening delicious re ant visit with Miss A. E.. Bird, return' afflicted with weak kldnyv -
,
4 J body Is weak: because .II Is Illnourishedthai -In to let tbe served. One of the ed to Connecticut Thursday.Mrs. '= '. the
or since bathed In water and rubbed a word spiritual>: unbidden 'renhments were It child urtn-
P. O. Block, DeLand, FJa.Houn all the physical organs-weakness hoarX liver will kidneys be found etc.In themselves with oil. It sound and 'unconscious grow' up Interesting features oftbe evening was a Regal and two children I I are ". ate too often. U the
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&80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 The liver will be torpid and Inactive nasty to us, but then so does, for ex through the commoQ.-Wllllam. Henry pretty souvenir for each guest, who on stopping with Mrs. Conklln In'[ the urine scald th* flesh. or If.'when the child
: giving' rim to biliousness, loss of appetite.; ample. Chinese music which million Channlng.' Leavittnouse, while looking for rooms. reach an age ,when, It ,should be abl to
weak: nerves, feeble or Irregular action of lepaitlng wish for Mis Baker ,many control the passage It b yet afflicted with
of human beings think delightful. Mr. Charles 'is confined to>> hla
heart, palpitation) dizziness headache happy returns of her anniversary and Vaner bed-wetting depend upon Hi the cause of
Those .
Cone I also
Old 0.7. home Illness, !Mr.
"
J backache> and kindred disturbances on
anaweaknesses. In* difficulty I II kidney trouble' and the first
W. C. CANNONS' : ,Jack T..'. Reply.A "peer. I :wish you .would lay down may the sunshiny data be her to the Chlsbolm I is again under ''the weather. step should be toward the ,treatment of

year' Mr, after Louis my Para health of Jogan Quebec to write tall. my! h.ad"For sailor was brought before magistrate your novel and com and button my golden[ age. At tbe V. I. A. meeting{ Thursday these Important ornn*.' This unpleasant ,

Livery Feed and Sale Stables; stew.U..,.. eyes Pained no and my atomaubCa. for ,beating his wife when {the shirt for me." Mrs. Waldo kindly volunteered to1' act trotbleft,1* due to, a diseased condition of the '
IIOre all the time, ;while everythingwould ."Dear me. I never saw such a help- 2nd ident"and Mr Fin- kidney and bladder and not to habit .
eat would seem to, lie heavy: like lead magistrate attempted to reach hi* Seville. as vice-pre ..a a ,
Fine Fa.hlonable Turnouts on nil: stomach. The doctor* claimed thaiwaeennpathet1o heart by asking him if be did !'not lets man! I'd like to know how you ney a* chairman executive committeeDon't most people suppose.
trouble due to dyapepala, ,Women w well. \ a* men are mad ......
buttoned
Bu. moot all trains at A. C. L. Depot know that his wife the your shirts before yon were
was "weakest the entertainment Man-
lid prescribed for me. and although 1 loukh.lr and little forget ,
RobInson two arabla
Mr I. D. with and
kidney bladder
E. ,
and anel'llool1..I1. : trouble.
.
Hack meet morning ] powde. regularly. :rut I felt no better. vessel." married. Prof' EMred'a' work ia 'of
O. By. trains at Orange City; and rUbt' lywlfeadr: Ised me to try: Dr.Pierce'.Golden "My' shirts bet button them la laughter are oq flail tohezsiaterinTampa. day eve. and both need, the I -* great NtMCIy.
: : : 6 Mall "If she Is, aha ought not to so on the higher class and the Hall should
train .at DeLand Junction.I U. Medical DIIIOO.eOT-and atop taking the doc- carry Th* mild and thee Immediate sued& of
both route. Hacks meet boats at Bereaford. to.'s medic In.. She I bought me a bottle and much lIall." replied Jack.-London Tit- those dayi/VIndlanapolI. 8tarf f -, be filled to enjoy the fun,and ,help a Swamp-Root .U soon/ realUvL. It I* *oMbyidrunteta. '

Gentle ho.*.. and oarelul driv.... we keel soon up found(be treatment.that betran iT took to Improve on deal to m.tomacn .I. Bit. ,F. B. Fans and ,H. B. Braddoek re: a good cause. to Jlft),r.titoent .. -"'IAI) ,"" ,

Phone 3. DeLmad! !ia. Forked: perfectly became' normaL and I the dltfeetlve began to orffana look I Mode**. turned Sunday from a fortnight'* stay 1'41'11. F.: W.: McNeil, former4ownuof ,ai>4 on*, dollar| I
Ik. a different parson t Boon can never oeane tote I Turn Aboat. "Is that alt the work: you carl do In a at Palm Beach. the Hudson cottage, I. 'once more Ibea. You may bave,a I
-- grateful, for what your medicine baa done Taggu-Whea will yoU learn that 1.day?* Hiked the .discontented, em In OraOI'O'CIty;' She was accompanied sample bottle by iyiEl'i. ",
fin Will pay for the JACK- 'or Don't me and be I wheedled certainly by give a It penny-grabbing highest pr,,_" razors are not things to sharpen pencils ployer.Well rMI.....* 'Alma Prev.tt and. MargarletSriffln : South by her friend* -Mlsse '.Alkln .- lrse.aisopamnphlett.lI.t. i me.eu"-s ,

I $4 UU BONVtLLBBVBHINO dealer Into taking Inferior substitutes forDr. : with Mrs. Taggs-Oh, Just 'as sub" answered Erastus Pinkjr. ( \ leave Saturday" for a visit with. and W amerti I lug ad about It. Including maajr. 0 the ,,>-

. U MBTBOPOIIS until ) Pleree's medicines" recommended to. soon a* you've learned that hairpin '! .. "I 'pone I onl(1 do mo' but I Mb Ada Stenstrom In Sanford. :. i A larjre.tent baa just been 1>y'up1 on thoonnd.ufferers. of auNts teaihnoniall.tter.In Dr.rctvdrom KilmrfcCo. ,' '
.be good. writing
, January l 1908 The quicker you send '1'o.aln"Just as knowledge"of your own body.. are not things to cleno pipe with.--. qeT81'wall much of* :jiand fob, showin' 'Mis. Qwln Mile.1 who. W'been" '}n I Mr. Thorpe' lot on ai .Ave..'which .. Bmrhamtoa. N.',Y..' b* au.* aM

) l la your name)' the .more .you will get In sickness and health-semi for the Peole's Philadelphia; Inquirer. qff.-Wahiugtit. Star the Gainesville BanU.rlaQi for:....Q.i. rumor salth--i tobeTuaid fqiH'eVanreiutr this..... ," '-" '
.J. Common n llfldlcal, Adviser." A' g ervjceWhateverH'taft: !we "
w for your money" It I I. not often you 1- months horn on visit to br: $ont make any miat k rlmt renooja
book of 1008 pages. Send SI one-nt ,J* : > pfrtnta .hope much gqo4.mlLhs'tbaottcOtite.
can getauch bargain!Is a newspaper.Addresi .. stamps tOt paper-covered, or 31 stain ,.A poor time to begin' telling a fanny Absence, of occupation: I I. not rest;: a, tar the name, Swamp-Boot,. Dr.attimer'a >
Carter Russell Publishing cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. B,V. tory>> U Just before dinned lai aanounced. mlnd, 'quite vacant. Is a mind dlstres- Mr.JIaaao.,. )dody1hu ,a* her! .gyesl; A very enjovaM*' !nteflatttfaeii. waa Swamp-Root, mud th IJt._ .
Pierce Col Halo Street Buffalo, N.Y.. .-Fort Smith! Times. ; r d.:Cowper, Ua-! week her: mother. Mr. Annie C.*. Jacksonville Fla.. I .. ,..

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THE VOIAJQIA COUNTY RECORD.

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; ; VOLUSIA( COUNTY RECORD THAT DIVISION MOTEKENT.Jt THE GLEE CLUB CONCERT BEAUTIFUL WEDDING ATORACE'M ed air pressure. This also explains

'L that th 'citizens of I STETSON A BOLD PROJECT. why water boll away more rapidly
appears r .
.' ,
g : CHURCH SOUTH quickly or at a lower temperature In
Wiilh,. --- i baytona) still aqpther meeting Delighted a Large Audience at the E. .
I )eld I .. .... Cohen. by Which MaleS NearlyCnpt the mountain where the pressure of

Entered In th* PosDoffloe ..aC'eLaa..la., i at that' placelast Friday nightto Auditorium Last Friday Night. .''.' UNIVERSITYVespers. .rod P.rl. la 18111.' the air I I. less than on the seacoast or,
: M second claus matter.B A bold scheme was that engineered In the valleys. If sugar or salt Is added
,
C, committee
the,
heat report e I Marriage of Miss Carrie Bush Watts
.''' eo by Mnlet. a Frenchman. Malot bad
of the
:, The Glee Club concert last Friday to ,water the, tempcWjure

'$: .. E. FBEYATT, Editor& ; Proprietor ayointedata previous 'meetirgto .evening WM the most largely attendedof and Mr. Robert Al xand r Wilson. been a republican general was ruined boiling point I I. raised iWlw degrees.
gather datt ali the amountof entertainment ever given by by the rise of Napoleon betook himself A* a rule, as water la heated it will
any
students of the
The University the
taxes paid by the coast section that organization. Tbe audience, whlob Miss Carrie Bush Watts and Mr. R. to plotting, was rested and finally hold a greater amount,of a substanceIn
citizen of DeLand and visitors who
put In a madhouse.: During the emperor' A familiar exception Is
tWil1ie, Hearst and I Banquo'sghost A. Wilson were married Jany. 23rd. at solution.
$ that entirely filled the main floor of the auditorium
,
; It
of our county. appears Methodist have come among na, and the friends absence In Russia In 1812 Ma- | the fact that Ice 'water will dissolve
are,.. perhaps aynonimous a'number of coast precincts were with the exception: of'a few 8 p. m. in the Southern Saunders offiolat- living In nearby towns are all cordially let escaped one night from his prison, twice a* much lime a* boiling water.

terms with, McOlellan-Pensacola represented at meeting. Senatgkgamsjiad front Mate.WM a moat enthusiastic one. ing.Church) Rev. C. A. invited to attend the Vesper service In obtained a general's uniform and with At the .otber extreme boiling water

( ; Journal. and frequent encores 'were the order of of the University Auditorium at,4.. o'clock an accomplice dressed aa an nld;decamp .will dissolve *eventeen Vme8, as. much
second +
the daughter
The bride is
.... t. -f. | |., in l |[T|_..- ,, been. invited to:be. the evening., ,The ooooerl.waa opened Mr., and Mrs W. O. Watte, who came next Sunday afternoon, Jan. 27. Come made his way to the prleoa'f saltpeter aa will cold water. But water -
present but in a letter addressedto with the overture "Poet and Peasant' with and will do good. Th.pre.BnDe La Force, where tbe unsuspecting governor varies In Its solvent power regard.
',, ', Mr. Harriman wants it distinct from here fourteen na we you
'I the committee he stated that Misses Lillian Hamlin and Harriet Fuller Kentucky years ago. released on his command two less of heat. One pound of water will
: ',": ': ''ly understood that he is opposed at the piano and Prof. Morse At the Mr. Wilson la from Georgetown. Ky,, of the Lord la with na, tbe other ex-republicans., Generals Lnborl hold two pound of sugar In solution
business his attendance of God ha been to this
prevented mill Is connected with the Preston B. blessing given like but only two ounces of common suit.Brabais .
; A to, government ownership so long organ.. The ensemble was moat pleas- and Guldul prisoner on a chargeto :
and that he still had the Keith Shoe Co Campello. Mass. Vesper service. The divine power la
,
his own. Together they proceededto
he is not the government.' lug the orchestral effect being nicely
as felt in them In a quiet, but strong .. .
way. Barbarian.Brahms
c. honor ot representing all the peo- brought ont. The Tannhanser march The bridal party were, James Gross, a neighboring barrack, announced a
The minds of all are turned toward was a hearty eater and particularly "
ring bearer. Louise Watts, sister' of the to the commandant that Napoleon was
ii District Attorney Jerome will of the 28th Senatorial District, was rendered later In the evening with Him. The of life la shown fond of Italian'cookery. One
I bride flower girl, Mrs. J. E, Walker, of way more dead and that they were acting by the
: now undertake to edit the accounts and tha the would'act as a majority the same combination on Instruments Jacksonville, matron of- -honor, -Dr.J.- -R. clearly; the souls of all are' stirred by decree of the senate, ordered the troop day he and Dr. Blllrotb, tne eminent
) addition 'indeed and performers. The young ladle. both the singing, the speaking and the to be paraded and dispatched bodies of Austrian surgeon visited Herr Wlch-
of the Thaw trial, in .\vished.. This wa, a Moseley, best man Miss:Marion\ Coulter scripture
of Prof. Morse play exceptionally Rome and were Invited to a
pupil men various duties. Some arrested mann in
reading. The minister ol DeLandare upon
his other multitudino'usduties. Miss Ethel Watts, Miss Mary Stewart 4
to very proper reply for a representative well cordially invited to co-operate In Savary the minister of police; breakfast aIls roroana. The host' '

of the whole people of the The feature of the evening was the and Miss Lennle Knder. brdeem&ide.Mr. this work for the other the police prefect. Another bat cook Mora, did her prettiest, and the
Jack: Stith. Mr. J. A. Allen. Mr. aa an agency spiritual talion seized the Rotel de Vllle. Everybody -| wine supplemented her efforts. Brahms'
county for a number of the lead singing of the Glee Club. Their numbers -
of the and
upbuilding City of the in.
and Mr. J. E. Walker, he bad
Florida's internal revenue receipts Cyril Huppenett obeyed Malet Implicitly. even thought were on the viand
in from
were great variety college
citizens of the coast section dividual. Civic
righteousness I I. ad'
ing ushers '
he would lust enjoyed. In jovial humor be raised
tbe prefect of the Seine and
for 1905 were $967,780.02, as well as the people of the western songs and the comical bagpipe', the The church was artistically decoratedby vanoed in these meetings, God la approving undoubtedly have gained possession of the question whether It was not his

;' and for 1006 we're $1,168,225.48, section are opposed to a division Soldlen'Chorallrom Faust. The young Mrs. S. H. Happeraett. The color and blessing them. The helpof Part bad be not been recognized by duty to take back with him to Germany -

;: 'an increase for last year of $200- men have put in much bard work and schene was green and white; and palms, all is needed and welcome. Last Laborde chief of the military police a wife who could provide so ad-

of the'county.. show the results of careful training. ferns, bamboo, arbor-vltao and other Sunday in spite of threatening rain the aa an escaped prisoner. lIe was arrested mirable a meal a* Mora. Finally Wlch-

444.56. We have yet to hear of a good Improvement over their woik when evergreens were used effectively, interspersed house was full except the gallery. Next after a scuffle the plot was unraveled mann. with mock seriousness presented
validsubstantial advanced the present club warn organized two and In due course Malet with himself to Mora aa a suitor for her
: he is certain reason with 'bow of white. A I large Sunday the galleries will be open;
Ool. Bryan says marked. It would of his shot In bebalf of a great German art-
twenty-three abettors was band
years ago was very

from needed. Some had
the tickets not bave
for the formation of a new county wedding bell was suspended are "
of and that is let "Moreover, he la a musician he
one thing anyhow, be difficult to tell which numbers were
main arch and a figure of cupid rested the Impression that some kind of a card
this last the fond ofmusic
I. ., that the railways could not be .At meeting committee the best. Once or twice their attack above this. Festoons of green led from of admission was asked. The men'schorna HOW WATER ACTS. explained, "and you surely about are the house

much worse even under government ; -, appointed to make inves- was a little uncertain, and on one number the chandelier to the windows. At each the ladies' chorus and the old all for What you sing ?" Mora' an-
.
day say you
i tigation as to the value of the the Ser Dade with its beautiful organ Its Kxpaaalon *] Co.t..tloa *!
ownership. in the aisle were white gates with arches of Stetson quartette rendered beautiful It. SOT.H. POT .r.. wer wa classic. She looked at Wlch-
property proposee new accompaniment composed by Prof. green over them. music. The President's address was on Water contracts aa It falls from the mann then at Brahms from top to toe

? : When King Leopold hears us I county and in the old 'county, Morse, they were slightly ont of tune Mrs. O. B. Rosa presided at the piano, tbe subject; "What it Means to be a normal boiling point, 212 degrees, until and, with an energetic gesture replied
1 I made a report that the real estate at the end. This la, bowever not an and promptly at eight the wedding Christian." Next Sunday, a beantfol It reaches 89 degrees. Below thatderee "Bono romana nata al Ponte Rotto
going on about the state of the of the proposed new countywas unusual thing even with professional church James II dl Vesta, non eposero
party entered the Gross and helpful service will be held. The .It expands and at 82 degrees. dove sta templo
', Congo, he, probably casts a sidewise assessed at $2,077,670, and singers.Rev. ring bearer and little Louise Watta. President will speak on the subject; the freezing point. It will expand mal un barbaro." ("I am a Roman

, look at the Phillipines and that the real estate in that por- Campbell Gray contributed two flower girl leading followed by the "The Suffering Messiah". The two enough to burst pipes and vessels boldIng born near the Ponte Rotto, where the
4 tion of the county which would It.Wbea. of Vesta stands. I never will ,4.
-. numbers the first being Subnmann bridesmaids and temple
the matron
concludes wa are 'just pevish. ushers. Then choruses and the quartette will sing i
"
: remain If to this the of the air' Is below barbarian. )
I was $1,154,410. Two Grenadiers and the second OliverKing' of honor. The bride entered, lean- again Don't forget the hour. Come pressure marry a
assessed valuation of the western normal water bolls nt a lower temperature -
, Israfel. His singing was very the of her father, and was -
George Bernard Shaw says ing on arm and bring your friend Let us worship than 212 degrees. This Is noticed -
added the value of
portion were enthusiastically received his wonderful met by the groom with his best man, the Lord in the of holiness.
beauty
I there must be a lot of very unpleasant low before A rftln./ when the barometer
the at
University property a bass voice giving much pleasure to the Dr. R. J. Moseley. The party formed a .
a
people in Heaven. G. B. figure; estimated at $750,000, it hearers. Prof. Webb B. Hill the ever semi-circle at,the altar and in an 1m- -

:' needn't worry about ever being can be readily seen that the value popular sang twice. receiving his usual pre .lv. manner Dr. Saunders united Trespass notices, printed on cloth for I

forced to associate with them. of the real estate in the two ovation. Tbe Male Quartette also gave the happy couple. The ring' ceremonywas sale at The Record office. JOHN B. WELCH,

said sections is about equal. Yet two selection which' were well received. used and the Lord's prayer repeat Bedford Jones was a north end visitorto

Another great need of Florida whatever the value of the prop- The Lyceum Committee i* certainlyto ed. the county seat Wednesday. ORANGE CITY, FLA

erty of the two sections might; be be commended in making the Glee The bride's gown was of Radium silk
is good roads. Good roads mean Quite a number of people from here
S, it is not a good, substantial rea- Club concert a number in the course. over taffeta. It was designed and made Fancy and Staple Groceries To-
better will add to are on the coast seeing the races. bacco, Cigars.
; living. They for the division. If one side
son No outside musical attraction for a by Mrs Coker of Jack oavllle. It waa
the beauty of the universe. Every were worth ten times as much as DUmber of years baa so well entertainedus. Princess style'with' bodice oil real lace; Mr. Cannons is yet busy repairing tile Goods Shoes Hats Etc. Etc.

. : effort should be made to secure the other, while it might be a The whole concert was under the' the yoke had applied real lace, medallions DeLand and Orange City shell road. Dry ,

them. valid reason for the removal of direction of Prof. O. A. Morse who and shirrings of bady ribbon with The mulberry trees are putting on Best and Freshest Canned Goods,

the court house, it could not most played the accompaniments and sane outlines and clusters of chiffon rose- I. the spring growth and the young fruit. constantly on hand, and all first

:' Before the coast side people certainly be a good one to ad- with tbe Club in the unaccompanied bndfl. Small silk rings with lacings of Mr. Pardee from the western section class Groceries; for your table.

think of vance in order to secure a divis- number, DeLaud people have learned satin ribbon outlined the bodice. A of the State, ia visiting\ friends in De- The Most Critical Tests
seriously new countyfor
H a ion of the county. If one portionis that his name is a full guarantee of a large chiffon bow was at centre of back. Land tor a few daya. Country Produce boughtOrders
that section they 8hould are applied to the Hobart N. Cable
poor they would most certainly first class evening's entertainment. She wore the long veil with sprays of Caretaker wants engagement to occupy -
think of the cost of such an undertaking need the assistence of the other receive careful attention Pianos before they are placed on sale
--- lilies-of-the-valley. The buqnet was of
c place one mile from town. Apply and delivery prompt. You will Tone, finish, workmanship are all con- .'"
: a's' well as the neces- portion and should not be HOW TO BIST: RID OF WHITE FLY white roses, asparagus and maidenhair to K. SwopeThe Oaks, DeLand, Fla. find my prices aa low as the lowest. I sld'ered. Therefore \ sity. thrown on their own resources ferns. The groom wore con Give me a callA ; The Hobart M. CaBK" Piano
Considerable real has
; estate changedhauls
and left a poverty-stricken coun- Valuable Suggestions as to Method ef national black. l Is worthy of the fullest confidence.
ty. This is merely carrying to a The matron of honor wore messaline at DeLand this winter, but De- FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET You never saw or heard a better piano
,: been at Or- Extermination.Dear .
Great crowds have logical conclusion the argument eaten over taffeta. Large band-em Land real estate is going up in price all for the price.J. .

! .:;' mond this week to witness the which it seems our friends the Mr. Editor. broidered medallions and yoke of real the time. In Connection. A. ER1CKSON. DeLand, Fla.

I automobile races, train loads of eastern, side. largely- rely. .but., as -I .nave read- with..- interest. your article.. iUUO I..__ _were___ .buo,,_ ..._'fl1AW"S I .a, _...11.... \"iuow.i''n.ta.. The__. u rsrlstratlnn'at._nn._ _.u.n.Statnnn_ _him__ _reach-.___

I e, .. .. people .coming from various shown above, it is very clear that about tbe Importance of fighting the of tiny tnckp', rings and lacing cords. ed tbe 400 mark the highest at this --
\ the value of the property on the Tbe bridesmaids wore white organdies period of the term, in the history of the 'ri %!tt5%% %
I : :: places in 'the North to see the white fly and I am glad that you are .
.'i event. two sides of the county is about trying to make your reader see tbe Importance and batistes and carried boquets of institution.The .

r equally divided. of prompt action but want to ferns and rmea. Miss Ender gown regular meeting of the W. O. T. Watts & Miller Co.

Fish' thai dear The substantial citizens of the offer a suggestion aa to the beet way of was of silk crape-de-chine with lace U. held at be.dqaarter.Tbared.y.fter- ;

: .Stuyvesant says northern and southern portions of doing it, that .Is to try to exterminate trimmlnaa. noon waa largely attended and very en- F (Incorporated)

:: money is a forerunner of nationaldepression. our county that have visited the them now before they get a larger foothold The little flower girl wore accordion thusiastic. The principal address afteran

I j' Don't know about county seat within the past few ; and that cannot be done by spraying pleated salt of white wool. and carried important business meeting was HARDW AREFURNITURE UNDERTAKING

.' the national end of it, but it days are loud in their protestations but can be done by defollat lag all the flowers gracefully. James Gross given by Airs Dibble, president of a ,

makes for personal depression against a division ; and we trees tbat have been affected by the fly, the little ring bearer was manly and union at Binghamton, N. Y. We begin the! New Year a very attractive line of
\ have also heard indirectly from a and burning the leaves. courtly. -----

all right., number of the leading citizens of Tour readers may think this a slow Immediately after the ceremony a Mardi Gras New Orleans, Mobile and Bedroom Suits Parlor Furniture Hall Bed
Racks
the eastern portion of the county and expensive way to do. but if they large reception was given at the homeof Pensacola Feb. 7th to 12th, 1907. from ,

I f.: ,The severe cold throughout ther' -from several right in the heartof only atop to consider whether it la the bride's parents. Dainty refreshments Jacksonville to Pensacola and return Lounges Felt Mattresses National Springs.

North the past week or so has this very movement in Day- cheaper for all to ;join together and pay were served, and all enjoyed; an- $13.39. Mobile $1888. New Orleans ,

"j" ,driven the tourists South, and tona-who are opposed to the each a small assessment now and have other glimpse of the bride. Mr. and $19.60. tickets on sale Feb. 6th to 11th A
Very Complete Line of China
r'' movement.' Mrs. Wilson left for a tour of the East inclusive, final limit New I and Japanese MattingWe
thcii d i in Flor- leaving
.... ,, a !,.haye; arrived the work done or to wait and let their visit the bride'sparents
later to
': 'ida.emain. for the balance of We are confident that when the trees get infected and then all have to Const, returning for few weeks Then Jack.ou.y1l1e. Orleans, Mobile and Pensacola Feb. will take pleasure In showing you through our

theseason. property holding, substantial, he at the expense of spraying and washing a 17th. By payment ot fifty cents and extensive stock at any time. Careful attention
t; year-around citizens of the eastern i their fruit and then get only half St.' Augustine and Atlanta will be depositing ticket with Ticket Agent given all Mall order : : : : :
visited, and the couple will make their ticket can be extended to March 2nd.
:It. 1 Of ''ionrse:Senator Bailey will portion of our county make i price for washed fruit that they would
; home in Georgetown Ky. For Pullman reservations detailed FUNERAL DIRECTORSMr.
and
investigations as to the increased have got for fruit unwashed., and
"",;b44 seqt ,ba,<;,k to, --the ,senate. expense in taxation, and in various further than that buyers will not cometo The bride's traveling gown was of the information call on or write Frank C. J. A. Stith
gradn.teIn
a

.
:; ; ,Didn't tie last.Georgia campaign other ways, the movementnow buy fruit in a white fly section as new invisible plaid with trimmings of Boylston, District Passenger Agent embalming, and licensed by

r" show.thatj the people_dearl, love on foot will meet with quitea readily a. to one that is not infected. velvet braid and |bnttona, with bat, Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville, Fla. the State Board of Health, is in
.. .
\ shoes and gloves to match charge of this department and
; amnwioJ4 able tiorrqw} big check.It with ibit peas.The .
,
Tbe large number of handsome gifts will give prompt and careful
:money: ?--Georgian. might be little conveniencefor grower around DeLand have of the The papers are now telling] ofa attention to every detail of this

c'w" I > _. _ those who spend just a'few bad a force at work defoliateing and we Gifts proves the from popularity East, West, North couple.and suicide who went over Niagara work.

".t or- ,.';'Maxim Gorky': evidently: feels, months at most, during; the winter expect to exterminate the fly now be- :9onth came and represented thought and with a return ticket to Buffalo in : Funeral Supplies
"* at Daytona to have at their fore the hatching time comes, and if
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: ,that he'"has" reached the "point care in selection, China hand-painted her pocket. Wonder if she
the In other of the in
door a court house but grower part county Always Stock.
t .. 'where ,he ,can say anything he those'very 'who are here the ;yeaI'around will ;join the St, John River Fruit cut-glass, silver, handsome linens, thought it would be good on the

' t, pleaites about America' without and who cannot help Grower Association they will get the drawn-work and oluny lace t.blecoverll same route. .
,
!f sketches
1...:: l lowering his credit over here any knowing the increased taxes that benefit help from tbat association to nl'mnlnAnth"pictures and pencil figured .

more, it being at the botton will result and the burdens that rid their sections of that pest for It Is r-On M.d1; Mrs. Arch Wood. aunt of That $750,000 gift by Mr. Oar

already. must be carried in the starting ofa important.,to have the county free of the bride entertained the bridal party negie to the Bureau of American ........ ..... ... ..
new will after mature the pest and the growers of one section lfr ...........................
county, beautiful and .
and it unique plan.
was a '
y. deliberation not so heartily should be ;just aa ready to help thosein Republics ought to protect the = &tabl........ 1167
If there are two or three Russian approve Tbe color scheme was red and white, ;
of the plan to divide another section, though they may library ridden cities from the m
our
officers and It was carried ont in the costumes SGOBEL& DAY STREBT ;
who court V.VSS
) escaped
county. not have the fly now themselves for of the hostess and helpere. The centre strenuous little millionaire for a :t CITY ...

?: joartiaLfor their participation in It appears, it seems, that Daytona the farther we can keep the fly from piece was of red with red candelabra, few weeks at least. ::t AUCTION SPECIALISTS ;
the Manchurian might our border tbe wetter.Free. .e _
war, they ; is very much interested justat each candle having tl shades. Loops

I,: ; .:!make a'goo'd. thing by1' 'going>> onof this time about the sewerage St. John River Fruit* Grower of red were suspended from chandelier Judge Gaynor suggests government ::t ORANOES GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, PINEAPPLES ETC. ;...
Association
!\ "exhibition.: ;in! this: country as proposition, which, if installed, The chafing dish 'was used and a mot-t I ... ...
freight agents as a cure for Lata Af U Florida Fruit Exchange ...
would necessitate

,'If'l!'', cu..,iositi' i. ."1..1 ,4t44: Daytona for at least the 100000.bonding' or Ifa FAMOUS ORPHAN BOYS' BAND hearts.sumptuous The repast place cards served.were All white was I railroad rate evil. And then we Solicit coiulcamanta' for sal.at iictUn.- Modarata-commlailont. gala on arrvlal of ;

new court house and.jail were Will Give Concert at the High School hearts with smaller red heart resting would want cure for the government and ramlttanca ol net proceeds. day ..... ..... Paraonal attantlon and s aqu...fruit deal .4. ,
Business men everywhere are to be, built and equipped in ad- on it and underneath a picture of the freight agents. ie ., ,

< '. ... getting i: to appreciate, more and dition to this it would necessitatethe Auditorium Tuesday Night, Fek.. bride, and groom. The favors wereheartshaped =<*v Represented by W.H.SEBRINQ, 133 W. Fourth St., Jacksonville, FtaII ; \

-'i more the value of printers ink bonding for an additional The Boy Band and Drum of boxes of bon-bon .. .. t
," ",' who it $100,000. It needs but a glancefor Corp I We regret to lose Miss Watts from Wlarh Before .nd After 1If.....
; and.those: keep up constantly the Georgia Indnstral Home
tlf. Macon
'.," ,1 the conservative citizen and our community but she will faithfully Why Is It that a man does not weigh
< : ,','everlasting- at' it, are tax payer to see what such a bur- will give a concert Tuesday night at perform her duties to her new home a pound more after eating a pound of

,; :inakingj'ib;' pay. 'in )he'end, big. den means the, High Bchoil Auditorium. Feb.' 8th 'bnsbandacd friends. The best wishesof food than be did before? A little reflection
.
k' Here is an instance given by the Volusia nowi8 for the benefit of their home. the entire community go with the will readily explain this appar.
county
prosperous This band Is acknowledged to be the happy couple. cnt'm'Mt'ry.. During the process of I
Jasper News.;' Frank Adams has and our people are prosper t, mastication
deglutition etc.
'" finest boy band in the Booth.: : The certain ...
,, uedthe, papers of, his.section to ous. Why.. not let'welJ' enough boy have given concert throughoutthe muscles are brought Into active play. ,
Beautiful' Dinner .
Party.Mr.
alone t Now It I I. a well established fact In i
before the-public thegoods Southern states and have
:N': ,keep_ captured physiology that the exercise of
''I' he has' for his custo- the people every where they bate .and Mrs.S.in1N.bm entertainedwith any
and bargains ,gone. muscle or set of muscle* necessitate a Where find SMeJd
'mersjfrbe. News says ;,"'Wer have Many orange growers down in They never faQ to please their hearer a beautiful dinner last Saturdayevening temporary waste of tissue and that a it is you Brand Shoes
DeSoto, Polk and Manatee coun- and to evoke enthusiastic applause. at their artistic home on Clara certain amount of carbon I I. eliminatedand a safe place to trade, because

&nexamplerighthereIny Jasper. ties are instituting suits against I, Tbe band i* under the direction of avenue in honor ''of Miss Carrie Bush passed off during the course of a they are sold by reliable merchants

... :Eighteen years ,ago lion. Frank the' railroads 'for a failure to Prof. H. Goodlng and the splendid way Watt and Mr. Robert Alexander Witon. meal. This loss, however. I u trifling a* everlfuihere. Be sure to ask forKiser's

)..1'P, : ;Adm *;began',, business. in 'this move their crops of fruit to mar- In which be ... the member trained The home had been elaborately compared with that of respiration and
; ""I'. much for his decorated for the! occasion, and a delightful -, perspiration, both of which function
peak*
to"\/with: thousand ability ass mnal"Everybody
t" ,' only, one ket after a delivery had been the are Increased during the operation of King $3.50; Shoe i
clan. evening was spent by gnesta.
j.,'., : jar.L: He began by advertising, made to such .roada. The fruit making a meal. The length of time

> J, ', k'be< persistently ,advertised decayed in the cars before it was should attend th* concert one may take to consume a pound of for men, and you will get youi.money's .
moved out of on the night of February 5th. "Those The Woman's Clnb. '
the State. In a food makes but little difference In the worth. G Made
4 : :" i He. has,, .t paid.this; good 'many instances the 'railroads who attend will be highly entertained The Social Department bad chargeof lus ell. If It be eaten leisurely there 1* styles and all in 37 i '

much a* ',fir/hundred/ settled, the 'claims without and besides .they will be helping a the program at the regular meeting but alight Increase of respiration or the popular -

I'' Kikn*), year for adVerti, : snit worthy causa, as the entire proceeds go of' the. Woman' Clnb Tuesday after perspiration *whereas If It be hurried Leathers, Patent CoTt, Viet,:

F today is. .worth- over toward the support*af the Home., The noon. Mr. Taylor\ wa Chauman. through both are abnormally accelerated Gun Metal, Box Calf,-etc. -

,. Home ha oo endowment,, DO money There wa a piano solo by Mr*. Rosa; a ; hence by the time the meal I Ia
wbileome'of'; the, iiewholioughte4vertieing- A New England' contemporary finished the consumn1 baa lost appreciably
ahead nostats) or denominational aid, elect reading by JKIss Erhart, a vocal X.C.hI3erCOmpany

i ; laments over the "continued- and but i*dependent solely opoa voluntary solo by Mrs. Powu,'and a very InterestIng acid./ The In both above moisture explains and In carbonic Manufacturer '- .

"7,::have, i Ith e rgou4'ont' unwarranted General attacks Oortelyou.on "Postmaster The- charity and the Boy, Band.. Dust missbesting talk on federation and reciprocityof but clear manner wby It I I. that a:'a rough man JfTUJf'TJO.'GIlOIlGIJI Pat.ColtBhMlur. i

,_} .: l ',*.,orarellmmeFM; estimable them. woman's clubs by Mrs. Scarlet, Ex- may eat a pound of food and yet not '
oldhardtinie paper, ought to profit The price of admission la 00 cents tot Tie Free of the ''St... Federation1 of weigh but from one-third to five-eighth f -

''V MOM *W by Mr".Oortelyou'a example arid adult and 10 seats for children. Ticket Woman's Club of Pennsylvania.f' of a pound more than he did, before tIM ,p,_.__

- :" '.. ,, ,*rY'(, ,.. 4, -.. not .worry over them.'. t "lit, aN.oa ia1. at QIIteaD'. I'banuoY.' .O.K.' meal. .-, .
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. New Statlpnery at Brill's. Finest i . ... TT.. T VVT vt. VV t+i:+++ f . .. H. .. .
quality Rt all prloes.

" The visitors continue to arrive at Da- '

1I. THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEM OF Land from the North.

I. THE PAST WEEK. Mrs. Hlghsmith was in town for. a few New Things M Ladles

; days for the weddintf.'

Rugs and Mattings 1.__l and Hoelety rt.me for the. ....opl.'. Real Bargains in rugs and. matting ,

P pi.r.-. .I.I Mention of F.*t. as and art squares at Dreka's. Oxfords and Dress SlIppers.
Mr. Dawsnn Brown was at the county ,
8..n by our Roportur. .
seat from the north end Tuesday. ''I.
TO GOAT Florida Curios in profusion at Brill's. in All Leathers and CanvasWe
W. 8. Taylor, Dentist.
,
Kumquats, boxes to send away.
Dr. Mellette'sRemedies at Allen'
Fresh garden seed, for spring planting -
ATTRACTIVE PRICESFOR Woolen goods going cheap at Drek..'.. for sale at Fisher's drug tore. Carry Narrow Widths ;",,' ''.

Advance spring styles In shirtwaistsat Messrs. John Bengston and Felix W.

t Dreka's. Motsmger were in town from Orange 'w.ran..nr...

Hicks predicts some severe weatherfor City! Tuesday.A .

THE NEXT TWO WEEKS February. tin shower and a linen shower were

Headquarters for all in the Grocery given Miss Watts and Mr. Wilson by
Line. Ureka's... their young friends. New
Things fir!!! '' Men ;
Bay Tetley's India and Ceylon Tea of Mrs: F. H. Finney and Mrs. F. M. _

RUGS London, England. Rant of Orange City, were in the city
the first of the week.
Hon. J. B. Conrad of Glenwood spent
la I Tuesday In the city. I Mr.. an'd Mrs. Ben Watts came over Oxfords in All Leathers and

$1.25 to go at 98c $2.75 to go at $2.00 See Brill's new Alligator leather bags from Watts-Wilson Lee bl1rg wedding.Tuesday to attend the

2.00 U $1:75: 3.00 2.50 and parses. Prices moderate Do not miss the best and finest thingof Canvas : : : : '

Gold filled watches, warranted for ten the season the Modern Wax Works
2.50 1.98 4.50 3.75 years, from $6 to''1.110, at Bnley's. display at the Auditorium.

Mrs. John Cranor is np and again Capt. Henry J. Clifton, the tall We Carry Narrow WidthsFountain's

ART SQUARES out after quite a severe spell of illness. i Craouer from the north end war' at the

There is a good promise of a big county seat the first of the week.

building boom at DeLand daring the Fresh watermelon seed, the kind that

Moquette, 9 by 12. $28.00 for $24.50 present year. I will come np, and the best variety, for

The Baptist delegation from this placeto sale< at Q. W Fisher's drng store.
Wilton Velvet 9 by 12 35.00 for 31.00
,
the State Convention at Live Oak, Mr. and Mrs. Green Cannon were

Burma Ingrain, 7g by 9. 10.00 for 8.98 returned Saturday. among the out of town guests who at-
H titt Col. and Mrs. W. R Wilkeraon of tended the Watts-Wilson wedding.

75 by 10 10.00 for 9.00 Llxlngton Ky., are located at Miss When you plant your spring garden

H (t Dan's for the! season. yon want fresh seed that will germinate.
9 by 9. 12.00 for 9.98 The Fisher drug store has such seeds.
U Mr. D. A. Morrison came in from I. . . . . . . . . . . . .
9 by 10s 13.50 for 11.50 Jacksonville Wednesday to attend the Manifest your interest in your town _._ ------ -- ,
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Watts-Wilson wedding. by attending the first affair of the Wo I Iman'B
H Club. We will Mrs. S. W. Johnston entertains tomor- Mr. W. B. M Inane, of Barberville,
9 12. 15.00 for 13.00 are sure yon attend
F. by !Mr. E. O. Cole Is having pnt down a
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the second. row afternoon at Bridge in honor of was at the county seat Tuesday. "Uncle

Two-Ply Ingrain, 7* by 9. 7.50 for 6.75 substantial property on oemeut North Boulevard.gutter along his fine Hon. Geo. A. Redman and family her friend Mrs. Pearl, who is the guest Bill," as be is called throughout the

and his Rochester friends who accompanied of Mr. and Mrs. Bullen. county is probably the oldest citizen of
9bylOj 10.00 for 8.25 Girls wanted-We can give employ. him Booth, went to Ormond Mrs Ender and Miss Lennie Ender the county He is now in his 80th year

ment to six industrious girls. The E. Tuesday to attend the races. formerly of DeLand, but now of Tampa, and fought in the Florida Indian Wars
9 by 12. 10.00 for 8.98 O. Painter Printing Co. DeLand. attended the Watts-Wilson wedding. back la the 40's and10'11/ and has a long
Mr J. W. Nnckolfl. of Louisville, Ky.,
Granite Ingrain 9 by 10] 5.00 for 4.00 The trackers are delayed throughout is spending the season at DeLand with Miss Ender was one of the bridesmaids. earner as a citizen always highly esteemed '
the In in the by the people of Volnsla
U county getting spring his brother Mr. John L. Nnckols. It is Mr. W. G. French, one of the genial, county.
9 by 12 5.00 for 4.49 gardens on account of the dry spell. his first visit to DeLand in fourteen jovial winter visitors to DeLand every Tonight- --! ro-nlrhU-

If it keeps np this weather the orange years winter, of Danbury, Conn., is here for
\ Do not fail to meet at the Audi
Jap Matting, 9 by 12, 5.50 for 4.50 trees will be in bloom within a few The Putnam Inn is in this season the rest of the season and Is domiciledat torinm. The Woman's ns Clnb has some

Assorted designs and colors weeks. Many of the trees are already with a big crowd of visitors, all de- The Melrose. ,thing good In store for you.

budding lighted with the management of the Some of the shell sidewalks of the
Mrs. W. A. Allen entertained Mrs. hotel, and in love with Florida and city are getting In bad condition. These
Osteopathy In DeLand.Dr.
MATTINGS15c Ben Watts and son of Lee barlC. who especially DeLand. repairs would have been made ere this .

came over for the Watts and Wilson Peach trees, Admiral Schley, and Stuart tint it has been almost impossible to get J. R. Moseley, graduate of American

for 12k; 20c for 17c, 2c for 21c, 30c for 24c, 35c for 28c wedding. Pecan trees, ornamental trees and the labor. Mo.,School under of A.Osteopathy T. Still, founder Klrksvllle.of

Me ers. John Lofberg and Peter Lof- vines, grape vines, also other trees and Mr. S. W. Johnston 'has bought the science

,quiet and their families went op to Pier- vines in variety and at popular pricesat home of Mr. R. O. Bushnell including Office Putnam Inn.

Now is the time for the careful, economical housekeeper to select bargains i son Saturday to visit relative, return E. H. Hayward nursery. the furniture, consideration 13,000. Mr.
ing Sunday. Your attention is called to the changein Bnshnell and family expect to move to
It v'A' word to the wise is sufficient Don't fail to be at the University the ad of Grocer Woodall. Gas has California In the spring, and we will all Scholarship for: Sale.If .

-# ,! Auditorium tonight. The Woman's handled the grocery line for 20 years regret to line this family. yon intend to take a course in short
hand, telegraphy, etc.. yon uan' get a
Club will give you one of the best entertainments and he can't carry any other but first- Mrs A. L. Mace,the popular millinerat scholarship< in the celebrated Byrnes
of the season. class standard goods, and always fresh. Dreka's is at Armstrong & Gator's Atlanta Commercial College, cheap by

'. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jernegan of Bon- The ordinance re-established requiring In Baltimore making her spring pat. applying at The Record office. The

G.A.Dreka&Co. ton, relatives of Mrs. Thomas E Eccles bells and lights on bicycles and autos terns for this store. Mrs. Mace visited scholarship can be used any time.
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of this place are spending several weeks New York,
went into effect last Saturday, and Philadelphia Washington, Monroe Place
In the city guests of the fctnam Inn. Marshal Stevenson Ie seeing that the and other cities to see styles and designs The ,

Do want wild land, On Woodland Boulevard near the
yon grove pro. provisions of the ordinance is complied
University, churches and poetoffioe.
Phone 77 DeLand, FloridaAT party, or city real estate! If so call on with. Postmaster Hibbard was reappointedby Convenient to all. Sunny rooms and
John L. Nnckols, real estate agent. He Notwithstanding that we had the December t the President to another four years the best meals that onr markets can
has some attractive bargains on his list. freeze our market is kepi supplied to the DeLand postoffloe. Hibbard has supply. For home people and tourists

Mr. and.Mrs D. A. Morrison of Jacksonville with fresh vegetables daily, such made DeLand a fine postmaster, and MRS R. P. MOORE
DeLand Fla
-- and Mr.and Mrs. J. E. Walker, as cabbage tnmlpe, lettuce celery, tomatoes was endorsed by nearly every businessman

THE CHURCHES. At the Presbyterian Church. In brewing Tetley's Teas follow directions relatives of the bride attended the onions, eto, and fruits of all of the place and The Record congratulates -

Bible school at 9:45 sharp Morning on package to obtain best resalts. marriage of Mr.Wilson and Miss Watts. kinds for the season. him upon hie reappintment. The Marsh Market.If .
Nt. Peter's Catholic Chnrch. worship at 11 o'clock Theme of sermon: Wanted-A good cook and laundress, Bishop Wm. F. McDowell one of the The orange crop just marketed has
Morning and evening service every "The Gospel of God. Endeavor society -S.. wages flU per month; and nurse and most eloquent of the Bishops of the ,brought at least $100,000 into DeLandand you want the choicest cuts of Meats
Sunday with the of the second 6:45. m. Evening service at 7:BO. eave your orders with us. The best of
exception p. Methodist church.will
of do preach
Some our people not want the Episcopal it is
a big help to the The
house maid
Sunday of each month. Mass and sermon Wednesday eve at 7:BO prayermeetlng\ wages $13 per month. Re- I growers. Beef. Mntton and Pork; Roasts and
at 10 a. m., followed by Sunday Bible study at 7:80 Tuesday. All are free delivery system established at De- ply with reference, Box 8, Jensen, Flor next Sunday morning at the First M. total number of boxes from this ImmedIAte Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak,
school. Evening service 730.: cordially welcome. Land At free delivery towns all drop E Church. A cordial invitation is ex- section will probably run np to fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon

Church. letters most contain a two cent stamp ida.Mr.. C. H. Curtis, who owns the beau- tended to every one. (0,000( or 78,000 boxes, and the (100,000 etc delivery.Courteous attention and prompt
Methodist Episcopal Church Month. Baptist instead or a one cent, and this would increase tiful orange strove on the banks of the Hon. D. B. Paxton has made considerable la a low estimate returned to the grower -
Services at the Baptist church will be Marsh
Regular services Sabbath at 11 his ,. Bros.
to home
every the of the business man improvements
m and 7 80 m Sunday school at 10 as usual at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. expenses St Johns, at Blnffon, just south of Vo-
a a m;Junior Epworth p ; League pmSen Morning sermon by the Pastor on "The who sends oat the first of every month, nsla Landing. was at the county seat corner Boulevard and Howry Ave. New --.------------.,-- -. ---- -- -_. .
for Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid-week Preeminence' Love." Anthem. "We hundreds of statements of accounts to Monday on business. foundation has been put in, the home
prayermeetlng Wednesday, 1 80 p m. A Would See Jesus" Brachett. Duet by his customers The system wonld be of repainted and revarnlshed and an I _
Tax Collector who has his
Smith
cordial invitation is extended to.all Mrs Oates and, Prof. Webb B. Hill. considerable convenience to patrons of installled which
th.ese services. Evening service address by the Pastor the office who live blocks away, but the books open at the coat house for the acetylene gas plant
on "The Double Self." Anthem "TheShepherds' man in town don't see it that way, month of January ai required by law gives a beautiful Illumination for hiehome
St. Barnabas' Church.St. Care" Nevin. All are I when his I postage account Is doubled. will close them on Thursday next. Pay A. H. WOODALLFine

Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. welcome. your State and county taxes while he is Mr. and Mrs. John Reinhardt of
Campbell Gray, Rector. 5.5 here. Owenaboro, Ky are pleasantly locatedat
Jan. 87th, Septnageslma Sunday. See Mrs. Jarley's Wax Works, University I AT AUCTION The College Arms for the season.They
7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a. m. Morning Orange growers who have crops of
Auditorium, Friday evening have been coming to DeLand for Groceries Coffees & Teas
prayer; 9:80: a. m. Sunday school sound fruit on the trees yet are holding ,
10:80: a. m. Choral service. Visitation of January 85th, 1807, eight o'clock, by I them until the damaged fruit is workedoff many years. Mr. R. and Mr. J. A. ,,
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Right, Rev, Bishop Gray. Confirmation. the Womans Club of DeLand the most That Two Story Frame the market. Such fortunate Head, also of Owersboro yet have the -
growersare
0 p. m. Evensong.The unique entertainment of the season. Business House Situ- going to get fancy prices for this fine grove north of the city and this We have added to our stock of Teas the famous
First Methodist Episcopal Church. Admission 83o. Tickets on sale at sound fruit. season shipped a nice crop of fruit.

Rev. Win. J. Harkness, Ph. D., Pas .Fisher's; also at the..door.. ated on the Southwest The College Arms I Is entertaining a Miss Marion B Kingman, the Scientific "Salada" Ceylon Tea l:
tor. -- will be at 169 Boulevard,
palmist
Sunday school 10 a. m.; Preaching Yon will not be held back on account Corner of f the Boulevardand and large Mrs.number Holland of guests and Manager opposite the Presbyterian church, for which took the prize at St. Louis Fair; trial size 10 '"
service 11:00: a. m.; Bishop Wm. F. Mo- of others; neither will you be unduly are making it ex- the week beginning next Monday. cent ;.aho in half pound packages. We also have
DowelL Epworth League 8.45: p. m. hurried over things Imperfectly understood Rich Avenue.On ceedingly pleasant for them all. The January 28th. Miss Kingman is a Tetley's' and White Rose in packages and bulk.
Preaching service at 7:80 mi Illustrated College Arms Is second
4 p. I ; but yon will go jnst as fast as to no tourist
Blackboard. Sermon. Theme yon can thoroughly master the subjects, hotel in the State. specialist of rare ability in hand reading -
"Seeing Christ" A cordial Invitation and character delineations and In Coffeeour
and no faster.' This Is the only correct You
extended to all friends and may have the attention of an Instructor
strangers.At Beelar's School. in have hand
way. while she is the city your
the Christian Church. Wednesday, January dOht who has had over twenty.flveyean' "Niagara" at 25 cents is increasing in popularity.

Bible school Lords Day 10 a. m..; 1007, at 11 o'clock a. m., on the oxperience. He will Instruct yon read.Mr.. Mayo Dade left Tuesday for For Mocha and Java we recommend the "Barrington
Preaching 11 a. m.1| Christian Endeavor FOR SALE. premises, I will sell that two story personally, suiting the instructions to Rockledge and other points down on Hall" or "White House." Our !stock of
6:43 p m.1 i Preaching 7:00 p. m.; Prayer your case so that yon can understand
Meeting Wednesdays 7:80p: m. Morning Tne materials of a 10-room house frame business house situated on them at Beelar's School. the East Coast to see as to the probable

subject" will be "Two Laws of Par- located 2* miles north of Osteen. House the southwest corner of the A social will be given in the Baptist output of the coming pineapple crop. Fancy Groceries and Provisionsconform
don. Evening subject will be "How I
has windows/ all with blinds Mr. Dade. is one of the largest customersof
We Know We Are Cbn tll&nlJ." This over Boulevard and Rich a.venuel Sunday school room Friday Feb. 1st, by with the Pure Food Laws, and it will be a '
in the Florida. fruit shippers. He boys
sermon will be illustrated the board. and 30 doors. All good condition ex-
on the ladles of the
fronting on the Boulevard twen- Missionary Society. pleasure to have call and inspect
Have you doubts In regard to yonr conversion cept roof. Address, in car load lots tor the Baltimore. house you same. Assuringyou
come and have them dispelled' B. A. PEHN, ty-five ((25)) feet : ,AH members of the church and con he represents. He bought and shipped polite attention and prompt delivery, we are, yours
gregation are invited. A for business
invitation
J. W. B. SMITH Pastor., Osteen, Fla. Beginning at north end of lot ; is extended to tourists special and visitors ISO cars of oranges this past season. ,

one ((1)) block two ((2)) accordingto In the cltv. Co. the
-- -- -- ---- The Beggar Prince Opera Phone 79
A. H.
Rogers' map of the Oity of On account of the burning out of the best Company that ever played at De- WOODALL.1 1t1

DeLand, being ninety-nine ((99)) i 'use at the First/: M. E. Church on last Land is playing to fall houses at the
;of Sunday evening the congregation had High School Auditorium, and givingthe
feet on Rich avenue' to the :to: be dismissed just at the beginning of big houses the full worth of their .,

northwest corner; thence south the; sermon, therefore\ the Illustrate! money. It was Olivette last night to a
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uif Baseball and sixty-six ((66)) feet ; thence east .Black board Sermon will be given on crowded house, and tonight It Is the '

ten ((10)) feet ; thence north ;next Sunday evening by Dr, Harkness. Beggar Prince. Miss Etta Media is the

twenty-seven ((27)) feet; thence i Mr Edward Drake, Administrator of star of the Company and/ ';captures the J. F. ALLEN & CO. :4...i.

and half ,the; estate of the late Mrs. M. L. Drake audience every time she'appear before ?
east forty-four ((44 1-2)) the footlights. .If
Tennis SeasonHas i
ft to auction off a valuable
property belonging ;
feet; thence north fourteen ((14)) i to said estate.| It i* located The business interests of DeLand Leading Furniture House of Volusla County ,;

feet; thence east forty four and nearly in the heart of the business should make strenuous-efforts-to got
half feet thence north of the removed from its present' We Invite comparisons in styles and prices.
((44 1-2)) ; center town. Read Mr. Drakes the depot
arrived, and a lot of goods for the above twenty-five ((25)) feet to the be- announcement elsewhere In\he Record. location. There will be no enlargementof .

., r Many of the visitors The College Arms as long.* the depot Entire .
games have also arrived at !ginning.The within DeLand'BIfatee remains where It Is. The "proper Bedroom ,Suits ::
this winter
were never her be-
lease expires May let '
lore, and they are all, delighted with place for it is near the old Exchange Dining Room.Purnishings, ;:; '
1908. The yearly rental $218.00. building: Surely 'the Atlantic I Coast : ", ;

This it a rare opportunity to They the town'say It the t I is climate the prettiest and the and people.most Line officials will respect and f try to Parlor 1 Den, And\ Library'Needs" ,'., ,.' ""* :;;!!. ., .
D comply with the wishes of It* patrons'' '
& Go.Next
W. A. Allen : Land. secure one of the best 'located progressive town in the State, and as to here at DeLand. [ Stair ; "
business properties in the city of health, no city in the South can exceed Rugs, Carpet, Matting. vArtSquarestQrex.Jap.Brussels : .-

DeLand. It.. .,
to the Post Office The pier erMan':has been 'a bad one .i : .....
Terms : One-half cash{..balancein I. *. ,*'
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for the grapefruit,' that is,'j, too market ____-_ T it" .. .
Where You Get Your Clock and Watch Cleaned one <'year with 8 per cent in and demand for Jt
terest. been selling at prices it formerly did. W. WILBUR BLUCKUAH .

.4' ( -MallaDd express orders receive prompt and careful attention. EDWIN R. DRAKE, The demand, evidently! not so great OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN ) >' ;Phone No. 62, J. p AL.t*" "** *> 1 "' .:.hpdc.: :4.'F .. { "'

Administrtor of the Estate of for it. A few :yean ago the flDlt sold -- ,
Ii I at v fancy price. This season It THE COWIW! ARMS ..;;:." :;: _, : :\0.', ,,'> '!'... .. '"' '; ,' '""
Mary L. Drake,' deceased.! < sold along with the orsa e. ,
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", : ::*.Slno lt,"Prlt. (ttcafPa'l? dtOf. bTFIE' 1Arili'bf' ROMANCE.: OOO 000000000600 HODGKIN'SWagon 7-

i : Fainting Is practical work. Skill r-, Bountiful Orange Crops ,
1 a wins. It''. the same with paint mak. ..... mmm tae> P..llar ..),_... I ;
loge. "'\* ** of It. P...ls I *'-? Every soil has so much stowing power per I

:.. ''(You know 4 gallons. I* &>'')1" mixedwltbT' I ',jf I were.4ked; : t f p>e1l1l1.up 4he{( doml- ,, oftematuroareh.:1: Shop ere. just as a boiler has BO much horsepower
.thel Rapid changes 14 per square. foot. To keep thief yrovrfng-txigjk,r up to the
M '. .Kalians, << Llosecd 'OH"'omk.es Aaii>> lllmpreB.1061 i that survival In
soil the
maximum must keep e nee
for moderate.-sized of the old world NDl FLA. yon suppllajjniitn
y enough paint a Spain medjaevflllsm the peL ntust the'
.on toughest : tessnry fertilising elements justl as you keep
house-the best paint money can buy- i I should that !I. In
makes Spain <>
say; I the boiler 1 supplied with fuel! and,water.' 'Therefore, use
!
I because the L,.A M. Zinc hardens..theti the precise and,specific senile of the everything In Wagon Haggles( Carte !

I }, ,, M/sib M/Whita Paint,wear, Lead like and trop makes' -, the f JUSe word clal ,,toe.;home of of the romance. iThe ipe-, The conductor passing from the heated Ir t !t eta Shop:! manufactured In the very and best repaired workmanship in my POTASH
character Spnnlsh"temperanumt -
Buy L, SB M..and don't pay $1.1\0\ a. a4trojlley? car to the icy temperature J II j< known. Only first-class men- employed
gallon* for Linseed 'Oil. as you do 1 InreadvJorusa'palnt \ and first-class work turned ont. I have
,'but buy oil fresh and In art Is marked'toy ,olp ,the! ,p Norm- -the canvasser spending an J 110| ately added to my plant aCOLD ,
the
from the barrel at 60 cents, and mix quality, rising and linking .with I A maximum yield of oranges Is Impoeeiblo-without a good supply of Potash
with the L. & M. rise and fall of Gothic wblc$ we \call, hour or so in a, heated building and then I In the soil. A complete! fertiliser containing! at least 10 per:cent of Potash,

Actual cost Lu. *. M.'about.: ? "1,20 per the rorountlo spirit-a mixture, that Is. walking against' a biting wind-know thedifficulty t should be used." '
'n' gallon of the mysterious and< grandiose with i I We want to send you our free. ,booklet, !VOrang Culture. Write for I It If

Sold by R. D. McDonald, DeLand, the grotesquely blcarre of the..onrlrigly I l .o Avoiding:; cold. I Interested In growing oranges
Florida ,3 Ideal with the crudely rent admixture ;} 9..A.. ul I GERMAN. KALI WORKS
Nsw York-OJ Nassau _
,street.o. Atlanta. fla.-224 Candler BiillilInK
which to us today bee the cunning fascination '

of art but was really! on both Scott's' ,E'rnul.s/ strengthens the 8
1" "
.. sidesthe, natural outcome of the experiences '
f.. ,* and feelings 'Of the men who body ,so that it can better withstand thedanger 0 wg's altSd g/ 9t9'EIt4'

: '\ : \,1I> created It. '.This" romnntta spirit was (cold changes of
\
: Ii4 BLUEBEARD. : i, .pf from. : temperature. i ,,0
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,. I. IIO ; once"the common' >osseBslon of all
'Tw ......* S as t. W_* "WiutOrlsrl Christendom, but the Spanlsb;; empera ATLANTIC Xiif

t1 the .'l. I moat peculiarly lent Itself tt the ro- It will.help you to avoid taking cold. ,

Like many of the cjther.beroes of the i mantloattltude, }asd It Is In fipalB today '

nursery), tales,iBluebeard once lived In that we'miy Vatch Its flnul vaalsb-,. 11

sir the flesh and blood If the old chronicler i!Iinc echoes. It Is the church! always ALL DRUQCySTSl BOo. AND $'.C,"). I

Hollnshed. from whom Shakespeare the most powerful. ,stronghold-tot tradl-- '

'::., !got so much of hit material tlon among any people whlclj! enables A .gliryhrY + t 01tY"K9rgC'ge'sN.lrlt4' 14 11riNotice /
'Y71'r1Y'
',. to be believed. According to that writer the Mtranger most vividly W realise ; f FAMRUS S T A fNS I

(* the original Bluebeard" was Giles de bow well the romantic spirit bas been ;---7.------------. _r-... "

Bets or de Balm\ marquis, ofalAval, preserved In Spain Notwithstanding Non-Residents ,

I;: J .. who became marshal of France In 1420. Invasions from without and revolutionsfrom to Notice of Final Discharge, TIRE SETTER ,

;: Be Is described as an Impious and debauched within especially during the n .
In Circuit Court, 7tb Judicial Clrotit of Can set your Tires without taking
man a devotee of the black early years of the last c.atuq.lli1pallJ! 'Florida in ana for'Volusla County. In Notice Is berbey given that six month e I wheels from vehicle. We take ont no
",' art who enticed ;young men and women !Is still the country where the>mediaeval Chancery. after date town the 201 h day of March, rub burn felloes
bolted, no paint or your
e;
M; to bis castle and killed them In or spirit of romantic devotloij Is'most Ola. Wester k estate 1UU7 tbe of undersigned Evelyn U. Blane administrator will die his ot fina th.I with a hot tire. Come and Tires set New York and Florida Special

der to obtain Innocent blood( for bis splendidly embodied: aall' preserved. 'VI.Bo.el WesMr.. \> account as snob admlnlsrator with the wit 1 I and you will never have yonr : :

", magical enchantments and who also Havolock Bills.In Atlantic. annexed together with his vouchers will L hot aK ln.
< I 1 P To Hosea Western the County Judge of Volusla county, Fiord, Leaves Jacksonville daily except Sunday 12 : 60p.
wlve in
0;mnrdbred!Itz or. sevens of. hot | 'j i tot your patronage
You are hereby required. tn appear to the ;
dm at his oflloe at DeLand and ask for Thanklng/ou
lib crimes were' discovered and i be ''THE m>, SE"OF, COMMONS. Bill of Complaint filed herein aiialnst youin order of final discharge. at a continuance in m. for all points East. Solid Pullman : :

...' was burned at the stake, In 1440 alt 'I I- ir*.,.> ,j ?4- 1 the above entitled cause on or before the This 1006 the.future, I remain ,
t3ep..mtwrJN
t JNantes.< _,J' i. A MB>Br Mar Drlalc Thcr, ..! I* 4th. dar of February.. A. 11. 1D07.TheVolusla Is tJ R.! BLANK. Yours to serve

According to an old French legend, Nt' Allowed t. Bat., designated, as the County newspaper Record In which hereby this Administrator\ with the Will Annexed =SCOTT,, HOt1OKINS. Chicago and Florida LimitedDaily

however, the original Bluebeard lived The.Brltlel-. house. ot.eollUll; D. has order shall be published once a week lor
< hfBSftanny'in'the'slxth'centdry'Andwan lour oonseeuuve _k.., ,
; Its own code In r'iardto the partaks 1. .T""T7T \
Witness hand and seal ol once this
my
known, as Count Conomer. After lug of liquid and solid refreshments.A let day of. January, MM. Solid Vestibule, leaving Jacksonville 0 ::30 I Ia.
seven of his wives had disappeared be member making a long speech may (.BALI' IIA M'I. D JORDAN, Clerk, '
for all West. Coach this train also.
became enamored of Trlpbyna. ,the take a drink and the house Is liberal By BaM FiSHsa Deputy Clerk. KLICKER BROS m points on
J l Ie HoC".r. '.
daughter of Count Ouereck of Vaaaea.I enough not to care' whether the color )
'The wedding was celebrated at Vannes. of the contents of the glass Is white or Solicitor for Complainant.tyotice. For rates! Pullman reservations, and all

'and. Conomer took his bride home. brown or black, whether In fact the Merchant Tailors detailed information, call on or write to

Before a';year bad passed Trlpbyna glass holds water 'or whisky or beer. { I I

.noticed change In her husband's manner Mr. Gladstone's egg ''flip", which his FRANK f UftVl T70TAM District P..alf.rAc.ntAtl.atlc Coast Line
and' fearing the same fate that wife carefully compounded \' for him Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned I DUILElOlUn, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
of toe or CUrenoeW.
euanHan estate i
had met her predecessors, she fled from and he brought to the hones In a bottle VanJUorn, a minor will on the 4 b day I Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner'
.. .. .
.the castle, but was overtaken by are classic. of February! 11)07 nmko application to the 41841/kY/ .'_*Wra4*.*.M .. Jllp'11. ..l..Bi.''SE'if6'.g'Yet46. .'.

mer, who struck off her head ..cooo-I But woe betide the man who scorns lion. J. 1 ee MoCrory, County Judge of the '
county of Volusla and State or Florida, for Suits for and Suits of shades and
single blow. St Glldus, by wbo morning, noon patterns
drink and must have meat Contemporary
rave to tell at a private sale a one half undUlded >
unfortunate wife bad< been educated, I recollection only recall one'' memo : interest in the following property night new, Florida

'. '. happened to pass the spot soon I!after ber rash enough to disregard this'rule. situated. In the county of Volusl. and Slate Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through East Coast RailwayLocal
the ; he teuuur'ly of Florid! sad described. follows to-wlt::
and seeing body replaced
It was a number of years ago, In the right, and through,
An undivided one half Interest and to
it'. the head and by prayer restored stormy time of the borne rule debates, the south twenty tire feet or the north Suits well made at prices right Suits that,are a bargain true- Tune Card No. 69. In Effect January 9, 1907.

.i Trlpbyna to Ute. The story does not that an Irish member In the I small eighty eight and one half feet of lot eve, Waiting- here. When You appear. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
I.t4tIM end of block four, aooortlioa" to plat ol D : D. Bog-
Conomer ;
; !, hours of the morning produced from e....' survey of DvLund, In said county and 'o. 99 No. H5 No. 99:oro. 53 s.-., T8N-...-T4 .-.". <111 S... 08
his bag and drew*out a CONSULTATION Dally Daily Dally Dally STATIONS '
pocket paper State; also aa undivided one quarter interest FREE. Da11y'Dnfly Dully Dully
J PHYSICAL EXERCISE; bun which he to la See feet of the nrth B M B A e A II u_
and "
proceeded calmly to toe soutu --
8 Sum "T20PM980PM 0 20AM 8 00AM. Lv... ......Jack""nvllle..Ar" 7 nos. 740 740'-8 BOA ii'
eat The house was Instantly In an 1 blow three and ore half feet ol said lot live I IT ..... .... 4 2W1 28ANIB ". ...... ...... Boiitb Jackeoavllle..Iv.. 7 R-aM. ...... 7 8-'AM.'...... .....
BaT*"t .f Boxl.eOB Knpers'aloresaU KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda f0 g 10'.1.. ...........lip Augiutlne.......,.... .. 6 2 w??8?.102itn >1I a SOAM. 7 80....
I Moral r*..ltlM. uproar. |>Ut. Ak.... the interest. ol the ..,........ 8 18':11118:1.:: ?... ... .............. H..Ling....?.. ..... 6 88pM.! ........... 1141... .. .. ?.
tier! Order and that bun was never alorvsaid minor Clarence W. VanHorn in 10.1HPM 680PM.]. 11 85AM 9 COAM L".............East Falacka' .......... Lv II > II 42P.. II 2.leM II 25w.
: Boxing Is an exercise which Is not finished., I and to, and his rights under a certain party I "104TM95UPM 7 oa>Mru""ooN ]10 15AMAr..| ., ....... Palatka........?.... .,.Lv 4 I>VM: -5 OOAMI' -e-ODAM
;i" only of the most marked benefit In a No member read a wall contract recorded In the cube oftbeClerk ( 4 a5OMi' 11 10AM 9 aSAM Lv... Paiatka_ _?_,.,.,....., ..Ar 7 "'"ail Imr- 5 a7AM\ 6Hit U

purely physical -wayj, but' It Is of the the house. It may he had the temerity newspaperIn to>> Florida of the IB Book u.'WII.' : {Volueiaoounty I records, I ............ T lI-'lPa' ] 13 7 6'f fAUISLIJ _...7...66AM.......IAr..8.|.Lv.: :: .an onMnI.o..A.M f"I.O..r.'. 7r ...... "'7'4.:.AMr"7'4HAM'.I--

utmost value as a means of training smoke, the sergeant at arm. would at page 111, as the property of said minor. I PiPe fitting, Tin roofing, Guttering ?....?.... 7 Tl Pro1 ...?...... Lv..n"nnell..l.v- -ra.'PI.I.!': .,=..... ... 4 2JM() ............
t; the mental I and moral faculties.' One quickly place him under lock and key MARTHA A. VANUOKN, ............ 17a0A5.. ...........>..>.DuJ>ont...........,..... ... .4 I IPM.. .. 4 2lAMi's'VnAM1,.......,....
Dated this Jan. 3,1 "T.' tiuardlan. E ECCLES and spouting. Pump ....... .......... ii'ioAii. ...........Ormond Hotels*......... 4. Y" .. .
I of the most unfortunate Appleton's Magazine.Mnleaut I 11 40m'' 8 884flP> 1JIS7PM 11 20AM. _............Orroiff, ........... ... .. "'a'i'apJ 5 4 IHPM "a oni'ii' .
of our very whimsical d. repaired, wells and tanks made 11 61PM 1 OtUMJ..111 80AM .. .............. Day aa..a.............. .. 8 2lH\ 4 07PM 8 BflAMI< 4 MAkt.
dice Whlm.lcaUtlel'' Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. .. ........ 8 1 18PMIf ..... II ?.,....??Port OrauRe.. ........... 8 17PM......, ... 8 21AM. .... ...
against boxing as n...... I.m*.... Lawsof to order. Repairing'of aU) .1220'0 ..9 2on _1 8(PM| 11.05 Ar Sow Smyrna I.y ,R6rth!L.88r m 8 OOAMI 4 giAM'
der Section 8 of 4888.! = =::= + :
exercise. There la no Queretaro was a town before the Chapter IO 21AM. .........-... : PM .......... Ar..._.... fake Helen. -.......?,..Lv 124 ; Tie. ... ...,.
there Is provided such splendid exercise Florida. I Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds- Satisfaction guaranteed. lav< "., ..,...... 4am.....?.?.. >. .....?..... orange City.......... 12/1/pM..1\ 0 1M" ....?......
Spanish! conquest and was made a city Notice hereby. .entb.t T. J, Murray, 10 UAH ........."!: 4 40PM............ .......Orange. City Jiiin-t...... 12 _atOw.i ,. ...
for body i and mud and spirit as In 1008. A legend of Queretaro Is that purchaser Tax C nilloate No. 334 dated ni Aii11 BO* T4RPM 12 05.i .v..New 8myrD..Ar 7 4PMl='I ::: =
i 8 < 16u
) 4
; In boxing. an Otomlte chief Fernando de Taplaby Itb day or.lune A.D. 1UO4.bas Hied said oerinosteln Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. .... ....... 11117 t 1 ........... .. .....-..-....O.k Hill...............Lv a lapM" | ....WtUII: | '"..jM'..'... ... ..
The physical Influence of boxing: Is my cube.and bas made application 180AM"io _10JWPM I 13 MPM,Ar............ TltunTllle..............Lv 14;"iPM, 2 \ '1AM 3 17AM
; name, undertook to convert the city for taz deed to issue in accordance with MUMrali '10 COAM 860PM- -6COPM- Ac....... ...Jlenfrd _....::Jy 11:.;..:;:::. II H'ps..s ::-::::::
rl ?? ?
superb., Every muscle and organ Is to' Christianity In a way that seems law. Said oertifloate\ embraces the 10110_ on' a a .11 BSuJ:::.......'jLv... .............BanfordU ...............Ar B f fOPM.'_6_niipM. ]i JO8"" AM"li) tow'!
brought into active use. So far aa novel to us, but was common' etongb lag described property situated ID Voluslaeonnty 10 > Mini Lv......... ..' I-T................ r 1 4VNI 2 8W> 11 MI 817..
mentality Is concerned, the perception. Florida, to-wlt ............ 11 881........ ?.............,Corn............?....Lv 11,."../........... I OO'M ..........
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his He from with
,; to day. came 'Tola r aim. 11 2WMllOUnt iars .. .
t, Imagination\ Judgment discretion ..eltconJId.nce. a challenge to the people of Qneretaro Lot 13, Fuirord New Smyrna ..?..., : ..1. -!:.'?''.:.'?':.Rorklalge.tau O.Ilie:::::::::::: :: 1 041PM:87PMI.] ,..2. .Mj 1J II W 2JAM P* ..2.87AM. .
and will The said land belog..e..ed.t the dale Now the time to orderSimon ........... 1711 .. ...??.... ...?........Melbourne ... ...... 122fis., ,....."...... 1311AM.. .... .'. .
aggressiveness are to a fair stand up light.: If he won the ol the issuance 01 such eertinuata in name II IIfor .....?....: 17 68 1 .. ?. .. ..............lebao\l.D...*_....??.. ... 11 47....,....?..... 11 2ic.. .......?...?..
all brought Into active and rapid nee I people surviving were to be baptised. of Ii:. r. Mansfleld. Unless said. oerUOcate ...,?.... 148 5 ..:::::: .............Bt. LHCIO..H...,,.... 11 OOA*. 108."+d. .. ....

el'f The boxer who, falls In perceiving hisopponent's The challenge was' accepted, but :While tax deed shall will be Issue redeemed thereon according on tbs 12th to l I.day w, ; ...4.? : 2a OoA : I...a..sine.,, :: :::':::::::::..Jr'r;\ r:..,.:.,.,..,...::: :: ]10 II U) .th'AM.- t.,12.lies..... II U) 6aa.8'H*' .liBOAJJ. .

'Judging the Intention or,reach who of misses his blow In the fight was lu rtmprmK a dark 'cloud of February, A. 1>. 1UUT< Pure N .1 1 ::::::::::: : BOw Saw : ::::::::::: :: :::::::::::.*:.:.Jensen.:::Eden.:....:....,..:::: :: 10 10 1 H'AM.';lAMI' :.:::::::::: 9 o 47PW 6'W i.:,;:..;:::.;,;..::;:.

power came up and the l>li,'*seil Santiago was Witness my official. signature and seal .... 46.. e .. ..... ." ....??.........Btuart................. 10 OTlAM, .. ..... O B'pM.....".....
who Is lacking In self confidence, willpower seen In the heavens with u very foes, this the Ilth day of J.nu..A D tK! >7.LSSAL ....-.1 MAM 7 ......... ." ............. !obe Hound.....?.... 941"M....".?,...... 0 llpv, .........?..
or aggressiveness, who falls for ] SAM'L u. JORDAN your grove and be sure of a large crop next ..a...... 8 8UAJI 7 9r>m............ ............Weat Jupiter.West ??..... .". I121IA. .. 8 B0'..,. ??.
whereupon the people of Queretaro Clerk Clroult Court Volusia County, Fla.Administrator's 0tIIM 4 IDAS 8 II OOPM Ar..?.?- Palm Beach??.... 86>AM I..O.n 8 TM" 10.1"P'''''
one moment to remember all the weak gave and were Imptlxvd. > They sot winter. All the best SIMON PURE 0 15AM 44aw" heel 6 WPM LT ,Palm "t 8 U' tow 5ee,4, 10 2-M
up :
; groves use 826AM 6 Oo SOsl 6 Son "_.:::::.W'eat Pal l mHeacb. :::::::.Ar :::11g! ? t
8 !
Ww 7 4 > 10 f
points of. the man against whom be Is up a stone cross tj ruumiemorats the ............. 6 9 Don. ........ .. .............BoynloaDolrnr ?..........,.Lv 7 4HAM788AM. .......... <)M,,|.... OW... ..
working-that boxer Is likely to fall to event on the alto of the present churchof Notice. FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : : ............ aMSf00wMyl...._......w.._.......- .........c......?. .. ............ 1ivt. .. .....M

"" 1 lose what we all valne-that Is reputation Santa Crux: There U scarcely, a In County Court, Volusla County, FloridaBy ::::::::: : 41M' 10 10PMer :.:.=:: *'..............:.Fort" .Daiila.LainlerJalo.. ?":::::::: : 8 50AM.64'JA ..::::::::: 10HN0.:OIPU::'.....,.......?..

,y public the confidence aDd and Income church In Mexico which has not a..Iair1' the County Judge of said. County :::::::::: 7 IA! 10 104soul::::::::::: :: =:::.."E.Ilend.l Lemon: City e.:::.t::.:::: :: a SUAMa MAM.::::::::::::..7: 4 lira<:r fM.............

Among many; sports games !! !!'! this. kind.attached. to It. Whereas. D. Ethel Watts. .. applied to E.O. Painter Fertilizer_ Co. djp 7 80 10 ..p4 7.4iVY vf.._.........Miam1..l. 8 13... 1'<"", 8 IXPM
......... .
.which.-ar of .valae"la training--the ......... .
__..OOj ..... nnr..... .....
d ', mind I place boxing .. by; all means ..."' ......,. tills Estate Dour' for ol Letters Matilda of A.Admtnetratioaonthe CUckner dOlo JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ..,......... .SSsar.........L.HntI"lAr.T"n""iTi!! ( oma..tea. ......?......

1 i the mostvaluable.. R." O. Latson, The o manager of an office bad advertised oeased These, late are, of therefore said County,to cite of:f.t-Jnl.1: Condensed Schedules Between Jacksonville and SLAagnsline.ohar
at. J).. In Outing Msgaslne :
for office In .
1 r' no boy. consequence all and singular the kindred and creditors
r'" 1'-" be/, was 'annoyed for*an hour {by "a 01 said deceased to be and appear Iwfore N0. No. se No. s7 No. 49Nu,3 No+87No.a5NO. 99 No. 93 No. 1H
r, ')k.rNr ... .zveoej 1. BtetlBSfc V"AJW strangling LUne ofto boys: of?all aloes.. this Court on or before. the IMLh day of February B A Da11y Dally B B U Dall
'
1'i ; (; *thes .who may thoaghtVilessly cUlminfc "rartoua ilcrompll hmenk' A. D. 1907 and tf la o \ectlous. If any. Dally Daily Dally batty x. Roe. x, km. Dally Dally_ Dell. 1'v.
a ; at some time other Indulge In I 'I they have to the granting letters as aforesaid r ac ,nee. .,, 6 m p 111 1 81 ; 1' fi g BYAt 4raN
; or "Well be said to late will ba tl
a applicant otherwise the same granted as Ar St. M" Ir'Une psi 10 to 121 '2 bIn 41 44r aw
A2an 9
excess In eating. If this Indiscretion "I reed anal I prajde .. 8'\O 1awMNo.
cnn anything,
suppose you John B. Stetson as No. 9 No. 9A 9
witness name uCouDtyoJudgeoftbeaforesaid. Uni-versity oft A o. e.4 No. 80 No. 18 Yo. 74B
,
my
} ts eommlttedy especially In high dr.tl sea-; ,..,.write' anything. .and inure" n;little and loanty this 'Tth day of Janu- 8 Daly D.11y; B B A

1 .1 ooWLthlncs with rick sauces'a ,, ns*the typVwrltf rV little, and"-I &IT,111U'f, D.IIy Daily a para. D.Uy t. Boa, D.IIy gx, ent._ Dally Daily Dnllq'r
of cold water acidulated with lemon "Nawr! Interrupted the boy.; tit .I J. LEE HcCROBT. et Aosw n.?, a m Ie 1 01 u en'a 40 1 e ref s 4LaM
i t F Juice will take off the sense of weight could do all them things I'd strike yet County Judge. AFFILIATED'WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. Ar Jason ville.,.. 710 a BoAa B W 9 1110 IZ 12 4 T 1 7 ewM 7 loth

at the stomach and assist the digestive\ for yet own job. nln't nothln. but, aa .............. d.1 A-Tr to<.oompod| exoluilTsly of Pullman or Parlor Can and extra seat ire( will be
process by moderating the alimentary office boy. JHotlee for utUeaUon. (IsolatedTract.) NOTa 8-Da'coaches these
opened on trelne
fermentation.OM ", PUBLIC LAND SALE. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are Identical with the University Tnln,do not slop at etwos at whloh time u not on shown which,,no extra seat fare is charged.
'e fip_got the position.\ -Bohemian.. Gainesville Fla., Lund Office, of Chicago I Dany exeaptaoday. .
"' J... u.. ljO'J.' COLLEGE OP HW-Gr iduatos admitted wlthnnt examination In Florida M I
Ema-llak 11I1....*.*. Notice la hereby. given, that.. directedby COLLEGE OF TU.-HNObOOY Ktootrioal, Mechanical and Civil\ En. 1* Dally Hnndar'Snndar' 21 19 20
the Commissioner of the General Land gineerlnr. ,Dally IlBun100PM MATPOBT BRANCH and.y T2
that Only
As
an lllustratlou of the violence Only Duly
yD.IIy
Office, under provisloae. of ace ot Congress COIXE9B FOR TEACHERS-FIre: courses of study forFlorida, School Oal
.i: Was once"common during political approved J une iT. 1800, Publlo-:Mo.,SOS.we Teacher. S HUM 2 0 10 low LT_..Jack onTHIe....._ ..._.. 7 124W BW1PMA -4
campaigns In England Is a quaint bill 1 will oflar al public sale, to the highest bidder PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago Harvard Yule Princeton aom240PM S22AS&BAI> lorn41M 10 IBM LT.Id .?..._.5e. Jae..IOOulll..Ar. .........". 7 2JAH 12 ass 5 rOM
Ii.) from 'a lawyer after an election! at lUrll! \ .al 10 o'eloek. a. moa the sib day of Michigan Vussar. > eoAK_ Lr,_,. jihaeBeriacpe .._
I S Mm 145Psom to L... ? ..._... 0 ii 856w 1 th
: !March next at Ibis office, tbe following. 8USINBSSUULLEOR-Bookkeeplog\ Bunkio, ShortbaiHl Typewriting, 700PM_ 11 lam .............. ..
f c I" Andover In 1708: "To being thrown out tract of land, to-wit: Busine. LawSt'HOOI.OF Ar Maypon. ............Lv ............ 4 m 11 40AW 4 apM

of the George Inn. Andover to my .6wU of nwW, aeo. 83. tp. 14 a, rants 38 e. MECHANIC ART*-Wood and Iron rirorklnc and Manual PINT iNSUU AND
OCQIENTAI
k 'V\. legs being thereby broken;to surgeon's Aaereatlu AsS persons alaiming Adversely the abovedescrtbed Training' STEAaSBlT CONNECTIONS AT_MIAMI
bill snd'loss of time and business, (t.asrssejs et a MOnsn ambit leads. are advised to die their SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Piano, Organ, VoiceTheoryHistory" or Music
;wffl derrra gnat keajant ky teJilatj'el ens or before the day TeacherV /' Cleie: Con-seUan: Made al Ml...
Cixine. \ | with
-r-I! !' ,I.leamahl.llhe P. A 0. S. S. Csmpiny..
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*600.- these pills, i- If yM kane avs*l: above ; SCHOOL OP FIVE ABT3-Drawing and Palnllnr.. oIL water oolo'. pastel.
Iif' DRINKING TOO MUOI 11C.SRT: 8. CHUBB. Register.sureuDa STh'T.ON: bas 4 Colleirea,TeohnleaJ a hools U Buildings In Faculty. Havana. Key West,and Nass&u, Bahamas.
tO, A. ....... .. WABREX, iteceiver. solid courses, strong teacher, modern equipment, 10( laboratories. 2 museums, Trains DUchaifd Paaseozers
But, Tbtnmy.'vYsaki his ,mother, ,then will puguet3" rwa5vS nausea, gymnasium,2501...*rnmn,separate dormitories for b th sexes memorial dining at Ship's Side. No Transfers.

tik didn't your conscience tell you you 5CK! HEtDACtltAiMncrvwsBesswkscll Notice of Applioation for Tax DeedUnder hell wood and lion shops, mtnui.1 U-lining and domeatlo science, auditorium, Tb_ Time Tables show the times
$1OOOO li debiting olubs. \llterory societies star lecture ( at which trains may be expected to arrive .and depart
were. doing !" voflo'ws.restuethe Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws pipe organ pianos low lb..everalteunn.. but their arrival ar departure. .t the 11m..
WOOlf oour.es, Christian asaoolstlons. general Ilbrarytl&OW. ( volumes, special" law nor II thl.Company 10 beheld responsible for .. .IeCed I. nol guaranteed
'9 appetite mm* reams hMMny l.. of Florida any dell or any coaueaceo.rlID.lb..1ro1llo
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"Yes'm. replied Tommy, "bnt l .... library. nolosJ athletic flnkl. running track, tennis courts. l atebil diamond,
M ds. don't believe everything; I bear.'*-Pttll.delphla Ine' Elciaaitty fmfmr coa. hereby!given thatj. a.Clark and r..oll..l1l1eld. park-like campus, shell roads, cement wake, shriibbery and trees, For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD ;,
dAk. '.. Pre... :Take!: : No ,Substitute. Knox Jones purchasers or Tax CertificateNo Christian (not sectarian) alniuaphero open to all denominations, steam heal, or Other Information
1104M.: dated tbs 1th day of Jane, A. D. electric' lichta eieotrio, bell., concerts fraternities, exhibitions receptions recitals "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
11IY1b.afiledssld! oertinoate la my once weepers, ."a irsl 1t: ...J. TtM> P.e......... a....., l I44r aad have made application for tax deed to Dniversitr. Generous patron; no m ney .pared. Button. tug. Florida. first, Pass.' Agent ST.-.AVOUSTlNE, FLA.
:::qa, Inked Bo b"'batj''IsH3o hi. ana in accordance with law Paid eerUleata last, and all toe time.
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_.. described and folders address --
: !" embrace the following For. inforiualon, catalogues,bulletins views, ,
". .'.a \0I0ttJ' property; ia Volnsia 'county. Florida, to- PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLEY A. M.. Ph. D DdLand, Florida
I DeLand
,, niother. replied dad Saw and
";""t A>: ,* u"Sbe wlt.WXofnwK Planing Mills & NoYelty WorksJ.
; ; ''tf! emrtry.r: spends the most money." ofnwX section 19, tp, -Ia,

,'4' ,Fy...wlgarp.e'e-Wwtlya'... A ream,> TheaaUlaa4LeiBg a e; SO aerea asseeed at the date T. 'CAIRNS' Propr. and g 1i\nag. .

... -- of the issuance. of such certificate In name .. ",
'._Iac.t c-a__ of K. A. Utx. Elaine said oeriflcate shall : DRESS'E I D '

'1tgl y.I= so* that thhuman oatrtcb! Is .o 7 be ruJiiisssil. aeeenUsnr to law tax d.*.. Orange and Blacksmith
a.. stos1 tb.lest will Issue taereoaoa. the 211th dayolFsbru- City Wagon Shops.Wagons 'LUMB I R
for
'; ;, apart tte's tbe.. chap who swallowed m.l arv eUW. lead, time.ewe r ahs arv. A.D. 1907.Wltneea (VND ROUGH
;'osier;: Mad.uct a tpID" ''AW-h a ala.nyyLae ssy nalnlal. signature and sealtaistheSM ._
''', chewed ala_ too.' le .bd.Ikl.r wwtaea5lsMad day of JaaxTl.D.I90T.. Ceiling, Siding, Turning, scroll Sawing Moulding
A 4' nil Gowen, mate. tM. sYe 1Anet BAMLD.JOttOAIf. and Buggies Made .,.or.Repaired. Horse Shoeing'aSpecialty. ; I II Door Frames Floorlnr'Poeta Window ann
ny,. ,'>'rr .see.-'", Bectewsd !so much glaaetbat peu ea, aw ih. w..ry .w Clerk Ctrealt Court yol.... County, Fla. Shedding.for.Qrova 11aiustere. Mantels, Turned Porch Gtolumna, etc.;.
-M, :Ue. feot.,'a',pala"-denland Plata sere a..d, son ey w.erir. e I Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the Contract take for and the Y1neri... tiai'Cratea and Box Material a specialty
Anmm.l a. erection of
..III. "9"Y any kind ot
a building
..4 a naav a t. A -- w1Ui best( manner, finest paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing .
N. L ----ovate, ttlr, Insure .us. DELAND QRIDA.,
? ? 'r.1.: R. l..a.' Done and: all Work Guaranteed to be First-class. Give te

''9t'oasts more i to lire the... rc 'did Now la the time. '- -- -.-- --- .z--4 .- so .. ]
me Trial. Orders -
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Attended to. -
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.* said 'who .
,y a..ago, ,the man) egMntos' Spot:ash for losses.uibauabe I
1'r ', $ WaIne. 2R \ n.IMle

0 J."1fa.moderneooviti'" ww.fedlttomi'k.rjl s Sboi'W ,, protected.* THEO ,DEMRO Orange City, Florida1HSBYSS Bond
js I Djou 'Insured .

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.. wm quote 10 pAces and suithpply You; tromlhelrarde: near; the d
; When does your policy expire at DeLaad w < depot
I hT7 M (MI press and yellow pine (
..Ia jour policy\ In force '
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SAw 1IIiiA i1cotg grid bdiLKBS.PorUrtedutau' promptly deUve
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