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 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00162
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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.J., DeLand. 2 Florida. President Hulley pf the Stetson University Dr. Rand, an, officer -off the,.Massachusetts -.1, '' IlL _

.. : Will Practice In State and i Federal announcedto the Htudents at Institute of Technology, at i:' % "I' : t :1
;( Court," chapel the other morning!: "The registration Boston, made a special visit to, the ,
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of' the University has passed John B. Stetson University l last week! "
A: rrfJTEWABT for Infants and Children. the 400 ,mark You are all members and inspected! the School of Mechanic \\

'! & ELY, now of the '400'. And today the University Art and the, College ot Engineering : \ '
The Kln' Ton Have Always'Bought has borne the sljpiatur'e will celebrate the event." Dr..Rand made a very careful Inspection '

of Chas II. Fletcher and has been made under his The students were filled with enthusiasm and pronounced I It one of 'the '
ATTORNEYSATLAW.ffice at the IlarlCe increase In best plants he'had' ever Been." Again
personal supervision tot. over 30 Allow :
no one
years. attendance. It has passed beyond the i and again remarked: "I could not et4 'rt I
':> in Bank' : Building, DELAND. to deceive you' In this.' Counterfeits Imitations anaJustaaerood' high-water mark of all previous years 'I have beUeved that you had anything :

"-,' Branch offi'cfe Over Poutofflce,DAYTON .' are but Experiments, and endanger the and the tide of life l Is rising-higher i like such, a fine equipment, such I a

bealth of Children-Experience against Experiment.: and!, higher. Steadily the students building and such facilities, and' such a
: Car> D:' Larulls Bert Fish come in. The regulation will reach Ftrong/ courses, and that you could do
: 'XANDIS & FISH- '/-tilr"' 'The Itlnd''Y l1 Have Always Bought 500 for the year. 'e so fine a piece of work." )t

.. This Increase in the attendance is The boys of Florida hardly realize
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS-' 1 Bears thor Signature of. due to the reputation which the University that right here at their door there is I

AT-LAW has for doing solid, careful a chance to equip themselves for. a II I
work. The people of Florida are con- useful career, for earning big wagesas
DetTand, Florida vinced that the rules and regulations mechanics andblgnalarlei as super-
Will Practice" State and Federal of the Stetson dormitories and classrooms intendents. They can elementary, u .4' tip l

Courts. are administered with care and advanced, or professional work along 4k- ,
Special facilities fdr examining and efficiency and with a view to no other the line of mechanic arts. Training : .
perfecting land titles '-, ,# end 'than realizing the objects for begets skill; scientific training gives i I .
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J In Use For Over\3O Years. which the University exists. Parentsare proficiency that enables the possessor! '
L. McCRORY continually writing letters of approbation to Increase'' his income and-his efficiency -
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and appreciation of the wherever heworks.The. ) LI

# !' .?[ ", ,, ., ." ro'' ,,, work of the University. The students ; Stetson School fl.or. Mechanic : ? j

:: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW -------..::. ;:... .--. ... "" themselves are wildly enthusiasticover Arts a.lms0 lay a"stron'g/ 'foundation l 'iSiL : jI
the Ideal conditions existing a.t both in theory and manual practice ; ,

Florida. the University. Their enthusiasm is for those looking forward to work as -. : ,
r PeLand HABITS OF BEES.A :
contagious. They go with a rush electricians linemen, draftsmen, telegraph -
onrroin by the bysstis. Then he thrusts The bright eye the glad hand the and ,III Mil telephone inspectors, m- AND
SilM, B. Wright,. 8. S.:Wright, it Clan Initlnct to Work To.vthr his Nlpbou, up through the mud and pleasant smile, the bond of sympathy, chlnlsts, tool makers, pattern makers!. ,

WRIGHT & WRIGHT: For
Bees seldom vary In their habits siphon Is made up of ,twp tubes, the i The celebration of the Stetson "400" Inventors, salesmen,' dealers fore- i,

ATTORNEY -AT-LAW. when noneymnklng time cornea around. water flowing In through one and out continued through, the day and culminated men, carpenters,Joiners, bridge build 6eatTrameMniMExppsitionKnown;?! t.: d. ; !! l

NOTARIES PUBLIC The places they choose for factories. if through the other. When tbe Inflowing in a grand social at Chaudoin ers, structural workers, plumbers,

Office at Telegraph Office. not the manufactured hives, are Invariably current, laden with minute plant and Hall. Dinner was served at quarter steam fitters, gas fitters mechanics

FLORIDA hollow trees. Some Los Angeles animals reaches the gill cbamber some before six and all the students appeared apprentices and students. Everywhere as the Highest Class Exhibition I
DJU.AND, bees, however got up Bomeiblngentirely of these are sifted out and retained for as the President requested, In the Stetson School:! of Mechanic
new In the way of a factory food while the water and waste matter each one In her "best bib and tucker.' Arts one will see on exhibition fancy of the kind in America, will Exhibit

J E. ALEXANDER, but It didn't rnn even ono season. They flow out through tbe other tube. After dinner the students assemble chairs lounges, book cases tables,
In the spacious parlors and halls and taborets
frames
picture mirror's, lap
made their hive In the big chimney of a porches of Chaudoin Hall. and a glad- boards, Morris chairs, mantel piece
ATTORNEYATLAW.Office millionaire's mansion. It was such a The Dnnily of Old Day. der, happier throng of people made for ,. .
young huge/ fire places, boxes for D E L A 0'1
convenient point to a world of honey What bus become of tbe dandy of was never seen The piano was letters, handkerchiefa and even :

In Brush Block. laden flowers. The hive was ready to tbe old 1 days? Is there now anything brought/ Into requisition and some canoes made by the students them. .

DeLand, Florida. burst with sweetness when a cool day to compare with him? To be a dandy stirring college songs were sung. selves. It is astonishing. to see what -

Will Practice In State and Federal came along, ns cool days will In autumn three things were requisite according The classes are larger, the dormitories fine skill these boys attain in the use InFEB'1

Courts and a little fire was built In the- to tbe expert of the London Saturday are fuller and the Bursar's receipts of turning lathes, jigsaws I band saws

grate below the hive. The four and Re\'lew-the man bad to dress himselfIn are greater than ever before circular saws, and the use of tools. Itt

JR. O. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN twenty blackbirds baked in a pie never a more artistic and original fashion The University is having/ a wonderful the city Jaclnonvilleratthestudeni IH'URI 7 7I
development. Most of the students fair, a few years ago the Stetson stu nAl
AND 8UROEON gave king and queen greater surprise than hIs fellows, be had to be In the dents the
come from Florida; 21) FloIdacoun were great prize winners\
than this king and queen experienced best society and be had to be possessed and
DELAND FLORIDA. ties were represented last year and 2J: won the encomiums of those who
Office at residence Indiana avenue I and these millionaires have no desire to of brains. Brummel was not a man States of the Union. The record holds] saw their exhibition of the crafts ,

p. Court House. see the laud of milk and honey their of birth, but both he and D'Orsay were good this year. The Florida teachersall man's arts.Last .

Office Hours: 9 to 1\1.\ 2 to 4, and 7 to 9. experience with honey being sufficient men of brains, or wit as It used to be over the State are being attracted AFTERNOON-AND NIGHT
for It took the wholes household to scoop called. Lord Lamlngton In his book on to the splendid courses of study of-' I

VIVA BAERECKE M. D. up the stream of honey that came dandles gives us a picture of Count fered at Stetson University. More and Sabbath's ,
Z. Vesper.
and features have been added mak.
!MRS. Many surprising the present season,
pouring down the chimney. At first D'Orsay rldlug down to Richmond on more they are coming to avail them-

the honey was mixed with soot, but It a superb back dressed In blue coat and selves of these unsurpassed facilities. I ing. the show\ superior to all others.

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. came pouring dowu so fast and so copiously brass buttons buff waistcoat, wide expanse To them the fountain flows" freely. It Bishop W. N. MacDowell of the Fonr'great: leading acts from the Barnum Bailey Greatest Show on :Earth
Is like salvation. Without and Methodist Church delivered! the address .
that soon the chimney was of snowy shirt front, tight fitting money I secured at great expense for the winter tour.
without at the Stetson
obtain tuition University
price they can :
Office on East New York Avenue cleaned and the last of the honey was leathers. broad brimmed, glossy hat and room rent and enjoy the educational service last Sunday afternoon.vesper The Tea Beautiful Thoroughbred Educated Ponies that do everything but talk..

DELAND, FLORIDA.. clear and appetizing. and spotless white kid glove And he opportunities of the place. I Auditorium was. crowded. The audi A Troop of Female Aeriallsta beautiful women whose Caring: and graceful

_. Bees are Japanese In their ability asacro1iat7as tells us that thIS faultless makeup was Education is the hope of this Commonwealth ence represented,, the highest intalli fllKhtsln tuid-air lovely costumes and 'perfect forms make truly entrancing features. -
-- D' A. 8. MUNSONrHOMEOPATHIO -- -- "welt as In tholi! clan in- stared at by the passer with respect and the school teacher l is pence of Florida and the North. Dr. .

itlnct to work together for the send of and the greatest admiration. He set one of the most effective agents In Clark the famous theologian was in

PHYSICIAN. toe whole l-'or instance, it Has Door the styles) for New York and Philadelphia advancing/ our civilization.The the audience. The University students Educated Elephants, Lions Tigers, Horses Dogs and Monkeys Fnnny

noted by those who study the habits of as well aa London. faculty at Stetson rejoices in always attend. Owing to illneps, the Clowns Comedy Mnlea and 100 acts and features all np to the Spar..8 standardof
South of Fisher'' the and attendance.It ladle chorus was omitted, but themen's excellence.
Office Second Door those busy gatherers' of sweetness tbat large increasing
Drug Store. when a hive needs a coating of wax a Cause is pleasant to teach a large class of chorus rendered two beautiful
of Certain Dream. ShE: THE STREET PARADE AT NOON
selections and Mr. Hill an effective -
OrFIcEHOTJES 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 number of self elected citizens gorgo "Every dream like Interesting pupils. All along/ the line solo. sang
laugh
every or
andltoSp.m.DeLand the students are making progress In
v Florida. themselves'' 'Ilh honey and hang In tear has Its cause" said the psychologist. their studies. The discipline is rigid. Bishop MacDowell chose just the WANTED---To Draft Horses I
chains or cni'tnlns remaining In this "Every well known type of The work is thorough. The sympathyof theme for a university community. It Buy

QU. JOHN REEVE, position for days. The quiet Ii con dream has a cause equally well known. the teacher is constant. The super was a fragment of Paul's Epistle to ,

ducive to exuding wax scales. A great Ton dream, for Instance that you are vision of the work by the heads of departments the Thessalonians: .

deal of honey Is needed for the manufacture ,, In church or at the theater or on the Is close, and Is all broughtto / "Quench not the spirit; despisenot Typewriting are the most thorough and 3 1'..v EiiiKland and l'4apol.oo.
AND SURGEON Let the entire South now rejoice
i'JYSICIAN: j>t wax and when tbe need Is street with hardly clothes a focus in the Dean's office. The prophesying; prove all things; complete. Tlio hostility of New Englundem to
any on you. that it boast of not only one
felt these suppliers realize In some, occult students declare there is no place like hold fast that which Is good: abstain can the first = sincere' and
< and Napoleon was
die of ,
Office In store recently occupied by you nearly shame. Tbe bed Stetson. Their their of the largest commercial schools in
hearts
way that by keeping still and giving joys from every form of evil. deep. A remarkable, instance of this
Dr. Mellettc. Residence 408 West coverings falling off Is the cause of their hopes, their affections are all : America, but one of the most thorough
New York Ave.DeLand tho wax chance the end may be this dream. You dream that a dog has given joyously to the institution.It The address Included very Imprei and practical chain of business colleges'I feeling Is to be found In the manner In
Florida. accomplished more speedily than by bitten an has Rive and beautiful thoughts on such schools that are enabling young 'men' which the townsmen of Boston received -
or given
you enemy
using the honey for energy and moving youa lines as the following: The spiritual and women to wore than thrilibla, their the news of his first abdication. The
stab with knife. Some
about. Just why they hold bands while a slight paina Is Non-Sectarian. Izlng of common things; the manifest earning capacity and that look: after incident baa been brought to notice-
H. D. BRACEY. cramp touch of rheumatism I : ation of the in '
DB- working for tbe common weal Is not Spirit common things; the moral training and surroundings of
through an Interesting exhibit in the
behind all such dream the Inheritance of this from
Innumerable large
known.-New York Herald. age( their students, as well aa their practical
persons dream of flying. Time and the ages and the sages of the past; training in bookkeeping and shorthand.For .I historical collections of the public library -
DENTIST. 'Stetson University is a Christian in that all things must be proved by full of that clty.i; It Is a ticket admitting
time again they dream this dream. It free: catalogue giving particulars -
The Life of a Clam. stitution. Baptists Methodists PresbyterIans bringing them to the test of lite to the bearer to a "solemn festival -
of these most successful institutions -
l la because the
of Bank. respiration of sleep the
Office: First door west The clam's body Is completely enshrouded Episcopalians Catholics this question: "Is this thing good to of practical learning address the at the Stone chapel. In commemoration -
DeLanH Florida. In the mantle, except for two great deep billowy breaths rising and and non-Christians all attend, and are live by \?" If it be right to IIv6"by.let one you would like to attend. of the goodness of God In delivering -
openlDgs.'through one of which the foot falling rhythmically are ao akin to welcome. The institution is not sectarian a man rest his full weight on It. The the Christian world from military; :
AGE. flying that they bring vision of It to In any sense It has no religioustests. expulsion form and of
MASS. can be pushed out. The other Is for the ofevery trace despotism. Boston June 1814." ;'i 1
siphon or what l Is commonly krfowu as the sleeper' mind. An uncomfortable It was founded by Baptist people evil is necessary. to a good life. The
position In the bed cause dreams of and Is a Baptist contribution! to address, began with very effective reference ROYAL MESSENGERS.
the neck of the clam. In some respeotx< Well':
A. M. GOODMAN. M. D. the upbuilding of the Commonwealthof to the sublime Doing Right
the: clam may bo better off than we are, painful effort, of unendurably hard Florida. It train, Florida boys and thoughtsiofChanning "John' done right well up In the city,.
Van and ,it ;
MATJD'CrOODilAN" Dyke, Hyde; Thl... BeHdMGovernment
MISS Tor he bill a little brain In his foot and work like mountain climbing or tbe girls and sends them out beyond the closed with an eloquent apostrophe to Thay Carry Other arter all"

,, ___ r' also n gland for secreting strong fibers lifting of heavy weights. I say nothing boundaries of Florida, each to do his the Apostle Paul. DUpotehm.Very "Do tell."
of tbe mental causes of, dreams, share in building a Christian civil odd Use some of the errand
With be up
521 WOODLAWN BOULEVARDVOLUSIA this Hplus n byssus by which Next Sunday's vesper service will be "Yes; I've Jes' beam that be' recoyeyed -
hit can attach himself to whatever he since we all know well enough that the ization. The Baptist denominationhas especially attractive. The doors will done by the royal messenger aervlce In from one appendicitis" two orter-

COUNTY ABSTRACT and likes. Ho does not even have to search things we talk or think about awake It l la the control ot the University it in but open at 4 o'clock, and the service.will Great' Britain. At an English seaport, mobiles, one heart failure an" three

CO. l For his' food, ,.but wait for It to com. are apt to be talked and thought about not selflahsplrit.administering Baptist churches a mean, begin at 4:10.: There will be special for instance, a sealed packet which business ones."-Atlimtu, Constitution. ,

to lilui. lIe million 11 burrow In the tbat night In sleep.-New York Pre s.' are narrow not A Baptist church exists music numbers rendered by the two wat being conveyed across the channel .
so run.
Bert Fish, Cary D. Landl4 ... mud or..suul..attaobIn President Sec y and Treas. Off the Malay Coait. for itself but it exists for the services as the great event of'the sinner than God know .
lifted the moral office became accidentally unfastened you a a hypocrite. ;
have
week.
,- -- -- -- Sailing the coast In a native craft, of the gospel to They
Abstracts furnished and title perfect. up purpose preaching tone, not only] of the UnlversltyHbut In the custom house: and a 'quantity .-From the Danish.! ,
Plat and Blue Print Sap- '' you may almost fancy yourself one of the whole community and of blessing "..'.4 ..,h....14. ..",... 'l'hla. .'a "of ''cigars the
ed. Map, Whose 0'._ M_'_ ___,____ _._, ,__ OL_ .___._ all tbepeople. In the! same every vo v ''''.1' 'a '0 tumbled out Aa
Say-so Is Best? lutr vunjr VAyiurvcv B&iruuf tee luvviy way good place to send one's children' for
plied. Invoiced
I Baptist school and college aims not >packet> In question was a*
.' Opposite Volusla County Bank. h'I I, With nealy! .'all medicine'pnt "up for shore of some undiscovered country, merely to selfishly educate its own an education. There are noaaMona |
DELAND FLORIDA. ala through druggists, one has to take As you sprawl on the bamboo decking members for selfish ends but it strive. In the town; there are no saloons In containing "important' confidential government -
'" Thousand Trouble
,the nalter'n sax-Do alone as to tholr curative under the shadow of the Immense palm to Induce In all the people a desire for the whole county. The. moral -and : 'd patche.. no little"amuse" Have Kidney
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CITY REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE value. Of course such testimony leaf sail-which' Is so Ingeniously rig education on broad lines with the Utmost spiritual environment for the education ment was caused." Nothing"''aerloiia; and Don't Know It.
that of a disinterested and
OFFICE OF-" not accordingly la not to be given party the same ged that If taken aback: the boat must respect for the people of other desired of the young these is all that services could be however cam of-the Incident, for It I.a Is Bow To Had Oat. '4
and acCentuate -
If written from disinterested turn turtle the of denominations. vesper rule that "the can (
credit as unless by blessing the moral Ideals of the University. recognized) king Fill a bottle or common glass with yourwater
E. HAYWARD motives. Dr.single Fierce'and therefore medicines, how- i the gods the mast part asunder-you Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians do no wrong." and< neither, therefore '. and let It stand !twenty-four hours; a
form striking
exception ever, to a this rule. Their claims 4ohe look out through half closed eyelids ata Episcopalians, Catholics, and non- can the king's messengers. sediment' or aettllng -

City Property a Specialty. He write confidence of Invalids does not rest very beautiful coast Tbe waves dance Christians have all been urged to con Besides It .ii well understood that Indicates an

for tne Aitna.'The leading, fire insurance solely upon tholr makers' say-so or and slimmer and shine In the sunlight, tribute their means to the making of Let the Entire South/? Rejoice the service la maintained for other unhealthy"condl-
company of America"-one of the praise. Their Ingredients are matters of Stetson University and they have responded During lion of the kidneys -
the of sand Is than the nominal one. -
long stretch a* yellow as purpose
few lire companies now very popular In public knowledge, being printed on each : liberally. They bare put The South should feel of ; If It stains
entire proud
bottle .Thus Invalidullorors It buttercup and the fringes of the late Queen .Victoria's reign
Frafrlsoo. California.'No separate wrapper. grace- thousands of dollars Into the Institu- S your: linen'It la
San the that It Is the of the
are taken Into Dr. Plerce'a full ful caauarlna trees quiver like fact possessor these messengers used frequently,to evidence of kidney .
808. Boulevard. DeLand Fla. confidence. Scores of leading medical aspens tion. They have right to enjoy some chain of fonr,Byrne Busiaeas.Coll Ker ,
nan have written' enough to volumes In the breeze and shimmer In the heat of the benefits of the Institution. located! as follows: Atlanta Commercial! carry to the continent In sealed bag t trouble: too

In praise of .,he curative value of the haze. The wash of the wave againstthe Theserlghts are fully! and freely ac- College 24i Whitehall street, Atlanta upposed:tQ contain dispatcher shirts frequent desire to

several ingredients' entering Into thesewellknown boat'. lde and the ripple of the corded them. Neither Methodist. Oa.; Capital. l Clty'BnslDesf' / College I tad collars of a special make and pattern pas It or r.:1 In I Itha I

I p V,. H. VOORHIS, medioipas.:: ," bow make music In your drowsy ear., Presbyterian, Episcopalian, Catholic 3kU.; Tyler Commercial College, Ty. for one of the British ambassadors back _! "
Amoncxt *hose writers we find each medical nor non-Christian have asked for con- r convincing proof that the kidney and blad-, -
lifthu .. Prof..r'Inl'lf. Elllarrood. M. D.. and aa you glide through cluster after let, Texas; Memphis CommercialColflRe ,,hats and bonnet for her, majes tier out of order.: .
; Defltlt Cblcwroi Prof. trol of the University. One-fourth of 46 North.Second street Memphis ty'* 'female' relative all tort of Eng- are
: ; 1aIB're; cluster of thickly wooded I Island you ;
.p same cI Bcud- the Board Is drawn from these sources. What to Do. ,
Deu'od D.. lata of 2nclnDatt"'Uhlo, Prof Tenn., one of which surpasses all other 'I II.h' knlckknacks: for the late EmpressFrderisk" 1 I
In
P. O. Block FJa; lor.M. lie In that delightful comatose state They therefore have ample representation ; There I* comfort In the knowledge ao
I John King. M. D.. late ofClnclnnatJt) Ohio American business collages, though ft '
barrel
at Berlin and even
>rO'o..e Joe, ot New Torki Dr. Barthoow which you have all the pleasure of existence In the Board. The ohter three- opened its doors to the public only seven often axpreased that Dr.: Kllmer'a Swmp-i
: Houn&l4ant1.80t: 4 of Jefferson Radical College of 1'.... I with none of the labor of liv fourths are taken from the Baptist th. month of Jana. of native oysters for'the embassies at '' Root the great kidney remedy fulfills
During every\ I
ana acore of othera eauallT eminent.Or. denomination and the charter will not years ago Paris and Vienna. : wish 'In 'curine rheumatism'pain \
',' Pierce's Farorlto Preicrlctlon em.... ing. "In Court and Kampong by; ary It had more than 800 enrollment o( ,
-. the wont of male weakneio. prolap- Hugh Clifford.Th permit a less number than three- new students which Is more than the "For1 many :yearn moreover It was the' back kidney,llVar. bladder' and every part, '.
tu.ancevenlon and, retroT0nlon and comcterrtxinlarlclM. fourths to be Baptists. The charter other commei' practice'of 'the messengers 'to call! each of the urinary passage. .It corrects Inability ":
number enrolled by
W. C. CANNOISS'Liteiy oura* painful perUxln. : any to hold watarand'' \ '',
In which these acaldfng'pain In ,
:[.lsaffTe abla and weakening drains rI.n" Siberian Tohalctonij. provides a specific way olal school In the United Stateandmora week on their way back to England passing
i Inwe" known m- pelvio catarrh and a multl-* members of.the Boar shall all be double the number a't' received from It, or; bad effects following uae'of liquor.!I ()
Feed and Sale Stables;; ade of other. diaau pedullar to women. The Siberian Tchuktchla are) totally: chosen. The Baptists rejoice in the than .tor Bi'nsselsber. they wine or bear, and overcomes thai unpleasant t "
t. Bear 1 In, mind \la tD8.'e s' patent nor even a I different In appearance language and I assistance .given them by Methodists other Southern commercial school. It ,the court kitchens a box 'of specialblactirrs necessity. Of botne'' Compelled 'to go often f '
Favorite Praacrlplon'of and continual
secret medicine has bad growth
rapid
fashionable Turnouts'Bus t'Ustom" from the Alaskan Eskimo. a 'bf-whlch Queen Victoria wast"1 during the day, and lo manytimeel I
Fine a regularly edacatetl cbvalcliui, of I Presbyterians EpiscopaliansCath each '.. he 'other three schools1. jot up
trains A. O': 'L. pepot, 1 area ezperlanco In the cure of omaa.secullar '. They, are fairly well disposed, aa a ollcs. and non-Christians In building year. established tWis \, hd'etd' "''whlch"ihe believed no' during the night. Tha mild and the extraordinaryeffect -.[
at which have been '
meet* all who frankly ana only > '
aJlmont cpiiUdniffl John B. Stetson University body could make a. w.II"1I the head 'of Swamp-Root la aoonl
Hark InePt morning and afternoon 'IT. :' takes his patients Into nla foil cpnJonce : rule excepting during their drunken up the great are growing .equally task TUa
O. By. trains at Orange Olty and olgbtUaloa br toUlnstbam Just -what hla Nppucription -,orgies,, which- take place on' an average and these great denominations years wonderful success is dna mainly to the Itaatty; feook ot Kraij\ 'Leopold's kitchen.Thh'boi realla." It,stand the highest for It* ,.,ODoI
at DeLand Junction.U... IJ. Matt *la oomirtwd for woman'a of. Of specialsad ne other maladies medicine once -week., It la.not. cafe on have no reason to fear that tne great use of the famous Byrna, Simpllfi-fl/ ef'bls
1 both>> routes. Hacks meet boat Bereaford.' ante put ap thronalt'dnura-lsU; can It to* aalu ,these occasions to venture abroad for Baptist brotherhood of Florida will Shorthand, Practical t3ookk1eeping.n'dBnclneseTralnlngofwhloh \ elf''UII tet tb\f\ ''Britten"MgatIon"wltH'" the. If yort need a medicine you should have thee
Oeutla bones and oaretul drlvera.jPhoM that tha inaket .. not afraid to deal thus ; ever allow the devil ,to Inspire them thesesoboaU' oincnU HeWarKl'"then''-conveyed'-withl boat. Sold by druggist la Mo. andl. .....\
DeL.nd.FI*> frankly. openly and honorably br- letting rifles are discharged Indiscriminately: with a spirit of animosity toward their You may lavee _mple bottle o{ this''
,. the know hold the exclusive right I to teach In the iaebli! <"'Wtndsor' 6TDorvar l
;Tory pstIua$ using: sam ', ,exactly In all direction and occasionally' Into brethren of I the other denominations. l tory" o by ay'l wrlderful'\ "' dlacevery'I"1aoi ; "
__---I T'lckwonienkare 'Invited to consnU' Drt{ the huts.- The'strangest custom of this South; their and employing none teachers, but the w lLnd< niCnlc.! g New' a book1 ,hat-,tetra 1.'

An tWlll pay for the J o\9fC, Pierce, by letter fret. r All correspond strange tribe I Is'what' I I. called the very their best most bonant progressive business with': "a'A :i .. more about It,both sent I l'
lecturer Frank Dixon brother of progressive "
ence Is guarded as sacredly secret and k lamltok or putting to death (with their .. The free miff.' .
absolutely by
k' $ BONVILLEVENINO and of Dr. A. O. Dixon leo. ode the deep Intermit they talc In *nv I' l'Add.
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protected by ..
confluence- .
womanly tree consent of. the and .. ... l lclhpel.& "" fl.' .,
I.WW 'MHTBOP01.1B untDt. proleMlonal privacy.' Address I. B.V. ) aged useless tared in the Star, coarse'before the sea dents noIcouly'wbUB'ia' < aohooUbatM Ceds* .. Lp .11 1>.4.
i' Buffalo. N, Y;. member:.of the community by.Btrnntulatlon them in positions flOkC (relating burglar. 21r.)IraI Ce.. 1nlhamlon, N.;(;. Whee wrilltIt-\\
end Pierce < dent of>the University last Thursday placing anJhelplntf-, -M't'f.L.
1908. The quicker :you IiD ....n ....uM... ..WI.....
January, health and beauty Is .
with walrua 'ADkI4
How to preserve a tbong. A ktroKokU"never Trainer' i.Frank: says' ha can knock: the hem to succeed, after graduating..These ."I'1J'alW d"hce A 4' g t I IiW'n \
In your name the more'1ow-wllllfet told In Dr'fleroe's Common For Sense-Mod-- ; practiced on wom..ai.J-; The. spot off Tom's Leopard. II was a great institutions can now point) wi Ii .tnridofto. t4rtVb! )\ it t'.'sw"a, a1t' t;t Do'uIfl. : 'nt14ut" r ememb.I.h :' I,

;-4 foryourmoney ItJa.not i of ten.. you 'heal: Adviser copy lend It ia/rcy.Dr. B. V Pierce a papercovered Buffalo elialDAASIQ.u) ptedlqln.' men ar., prao.,, treat' to the stndent; fall of sens..,'wlC heir, graduate rho>itTeIn-the highest (ra,;'Wicks- MercTi ( flIC'btI II ,aM't BtTht."Drtt.V.WPEOOt : : .:

can get uch a bargain a newspaper, N. Y. 31 one-cent stamp to coverei1inwonIt tlcnlly klugaofthe, ''plaee,1&D4,, /W".Wi and humor. ,Th Stetson Universitytadentebsvs I positions la;every walk of-commercialIfe. << !' ""li- ( ...4.tM aiecaib ,.
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YOLiisfA ,C COUNTY RECORD' i> DRAINAOH EXPENSES. The St. Elmo In New Hands. Mrs Batten of Sanford returned home iIICQIe: l :
., ALL OVER THE COUNTYITEMS last. week after spending a few days !
Governor Broward, notwithstanding MeMn. John Fndger and Brio Clark
with her husband. 1
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on have purchased or Mr. W., B.
the voted '
people overwhelmingly OF INTEREST WAFTED TO Mrs J. B. Conrad and Miss Bessie Volusia Bank
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Entered la the Pna'/nffloe at TMLand tlais against further Fndger the St. Elmo restaurant bakery! ]unty
second olacs matter any took of goods ioda fountain, and all TUB RECORD OFFICE BY ITS Russell, attended vesper service in De-

attempt to; drain the Everglades fixtures, the new owner taking posses' CORRESPONDENTS. Land Sunday afternoon DB LAND.Merchan, FLORIDA ... .

+ B. E. PBEVATT, Editor Proprietor. continues to prosecute the work Ion last Friday. The consideration wa -- J. M. Conrad accompanied his sister, ..!I fll

,_ ,. at an enormous expense to the '".'l00. Miss May Conrad to Daytona, and attended AND '.' 'I, rltS'
H Pierson.
tax of Florida and with The Dew owners are well known the race., returning Friday.
It is to be hoped f r Mr. Harri payers of DeLand are entorprlalm Bank
that the Legislature intended young men Most all the young folks of the place
pian's case of mind that he ,does money and hustlers and will keep all the department County Surveyor W. A. McBride was spent Saturday evening at Mr. Wool- (Branch. al Volu.County Bank)

not believe, all the things(: that should go to the public of the St Elmo up to its on this curve Monday. ley's, and report a very pleasant time. I DAYTONACondensed .. ,,FLORIDA .
schools and for hard surface and The "
are printed about him. usual high standard, Record With few exceptions the health of Now when the Bond Lumber Co. get
roads.. bespeaks for them the success attending their houses it will
this community very good. painted np make '

Senators Foraker and Tillman. We ,reproduce from Monday'eTimesUnion it* late management. It is doing this Willie Dartls of West Pierson took a quite a change in the appearance of our StatemeiComptro( nt.11..,'. January 2 t.,, 1907. ,
season the beet business it has ever Call
seem to be in thorough; accord, the following in done, and the new owner contemplate ramble to Beresford ]Wednesday village. .

but they are not in accord ex. reference to this drainage scheme making a number of Improvements, Hermon Pye, the clerk and counter The Delana house will look much better Loans and. Discounts $439,708.71'

actly the same way. "i and its expense to the people of: keeping a larger Hock and adding jumper in the Harper store is humming when it gets the repair work all done Stocks and Bonds 6,150.00

I the St te. It will be seen that facilities that will Insure a larger bnsl his love letters. and its new dreos of paint on. MrBoothIs Overdrafts ., 1,501.46

It must be heartrending for nearly $20,000 has already been new and increased satisfaction to Its I IpetroDs. Cadet Sermon Gunter student the doing the work. Banking Houses and Fiat, :

the President to have invitation university at Lake City, visited his The orange trees are starting to grow Volusia County Bank $ 7,774.67
given to lawyers for their opinions
home folk last week Thursday. where the leave* have dropped. The Merchants' .
than he Mr. W, B. Fndger the late proprietor, Bank 11,809.80\)\)
to deliver more speeches when the people elected an new leaves are large enough to begin to
but been in business at DeLand for Harry Harper and A. L. Marsh, 19,674.56 :4.
can possibly have time to accept. able Attorner-General to do this many yean and retiree with a success, students of the Beelarschool DeLand show green some distance. Real Estate 4,583.25 : '

very work, and he can do it, but fal. career. The business hu kept him were welcome visitors here Sunday A week ago Saturday night Mrs. Collection Account 82.08

,About the only person ih the the Governor thinks that his pet tied down there for a long time. He W. J. Braddook, the faultless, cau.tloas Wright received a telegram bearing the Cash on hand and in ban s. 217,086.07

Northwest who seems to per. lawyers should have a slice of make a change principally for the ben depot agent at,Huntington, passed sad news that Mr. Wright's sister Miss

'' sistently discredit the reports'of: eflt of his health He leave today for here Thursday on his way to DeLand. Lizzie Wright bad died the night be- Total. .. $688,736.11
this money, and they are gettingit. Jacksonville confer with the manage fore,after a few days' sickness.: Miss

a fuel famine is Mr. James J. How long are ,the people ment of a wholesale. establishment witha Miss Mary Dlckerson, one of the Wright visited here at her brother's several Capital stock $ 50,000.00

Hill. going to stand such a reckless view to accepting a position on the prettiest and talented little women of years ago. The family have the Surplus and undivided pro..fih. 43,841.72

expenditure of their money. road for said wholesale bonne and that Manly, Georgia, was in this sunshine sympathy of all here that knew them. Deposits 519,909.09

The Florida. Press Associationwill he will make a successful knight of Friday. I .' Certificate of deposit-den and 13906.67

meet at Key West, March The Times-Union says: the grip there is no qnestlou, for Will Andrew Harper the pushing overseerof Urange Certificate of deposit-tim e. 61,578.63
"Gov. Broward has furnished the thrifty Minshew & Harper peach City.
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6th. The trip will be made via Fndger makes friend wherever be goes,
the Tallahassee Sun an itemized ha, the ability accommodation and farm, la fertilizing and plowing out the Total. $688,736.11
theEast Coast Ry. A trip to I middles. (Miss Ada G. Massey is the duly accredited
account of the that has pleasant addreea to win customers at
money, agent of The Record at Orange .
Havana is on the program. I been spent 'on drainage.; He the start for any house he may represent Mrs. F. Tattle and Miss Abrams, two City and will accept subscriptions and I. S A. Wood cashier of the, above named bank, do solemnly

I divides it follows on the road, and we congratulate the charming women of New York. winter- ads for the same. Any courtesies ex- swear that the above statement IE I true to the best of my knowledge
Some of the professional polio as : establishment that secures his service. log at Emporia, were in our midst tended her will be duly appreciated.) and belief. 8. A. WOOD, Cashier.D .

Administration expenses....* 17,14868 .. ..
ticians in New York''who took Legal expenses.............. 19,<<11,78! Thursday. Correct, attest: J. B. CONRAI F. R. OSBOBNE, A. S. MUNSON '
enthusiastically to the stump for Surveys and inspection;.... 9,448.77 The Annual Meeting.The The officers are on a still hunt for the Mla Moffatt and a :Jolly party of girls
Cost of construction. ..... 1211.<<2.68 lawbreakers that need several pistol picnlced at Blue Springs last Saturday. Sworn to and subscribed be:fore. me the 25th day of January,
Gov. Hughes are wondering now A. D. 1907. ROBERT H. BOYD,

if they have to take to the woods. Total .............. ....tl6J,4d .86 Stockholder and Director of the shots at a home on Volnsia avenue the Miss Elizabeth Tinker of St. Paul, is [SEAL] Notary Pnbllo.eet .
Volnsia County Bank held the annual night of the show In town. the guest of her friend Mr J...
"We do( not know how much
meeting yesterday. The Directors re- Kirts Wason and Lewis Shane two Walden. (E()): : : :
In order to keep the records work has been done. If the progress elected the old officer for the current most agreeable and manly youths of The date of "My Lord in Livery" will

,straight, Russian official now file on the canal' has'I been the year and declared a dividend of 10 percent Emporia, werp commingling with the probably be fixed so we can announce
Trespass notices
printed on cloth fo !
.their laundatory obituary notice same ,as it was up' to three with a large undivided surplus laddibncks this poor man's paradise it next week. sale at The Record office.

along with their application papers months ago, about one mile has remaining on hand. The bank was. found Saturday. Quite a Dumber are still suffering !
in fine condition the the
past year nelng
in the appointment division.It been cut. The cost of construction largeet ._._.d be et _UU.-_..._ I te present. a b l e Some darkies nn__ TUanon & Barker's with colds and all complain of a long JOHN B.

has been placed at $123,443.63. .- management.In place at Eldridge. bad a racket last Sun continued weakness. WELCH, I

will be noticed that one of .- On the presumption that the evening the Vice-President, day when one darkey made a swipe We are glad to see Miss Babcock some ORANGE CITY, FLA

the recent presidental nomination $100,000 of this was paid for the 3.ou J. B. Conrad, had all the Directors I with an ax and knocked his thick: head, better, but still quite weak iroin her

for postmaster at Pike villa the of and attaches of the bank np at the College into smithereens. Dr. W. H. Delong of! attack of tbe grippe.Yon Fancy and Staple Groceries To-
dredges
sum $23,442.63would
Arm a* his attests, and the hotel Emporia dressed the wounded negro. can get Orange City Souvenir bacco, Cigars
I. Ky.,' was Mr. ,Offa Stump. He be left for operating the Spoons at W. A. Allen & Co's next to
had prepared for them an elegant dinner The two handsome children of Squire
probably got his job as a reward and for the Dry Goods Shoes Hats Etc. Etc
dredges repairs. postofflce DeLand. ,
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:just suoh a spread as can be had at Tim aodIn.: Cade of Little Egypt are
,for having been on a stump. ,"Again taking $100,000 from this popular hostelry. taking an outing this week with their Wanted-Lanndre'S at Orange City Best and Freshest Canned Goods

the total cost it seems that aside grandmother. Mre. C. U. Cade, in town. Hotel. Call on or address Mrs. R. L.FenD. constantly on hand, and all first

Two widows have now appear. from( building;, the dredges .the S. Jim Is one of nature's splendid citizens Orange City Fla. class Groceries for your table.

ed to claim the 'remains of the state has spent $62,489.86 on Elects 1907 O Jens. and his loving wife is a matronly fond Mrs. Wm. Heilman and daughter The Most Critical Testsare
The DeLand held its mother.A Country Produce bought
Department Miss Blanche, arrived Saturday to visit
man who threw, that bomb into drainage. At this rate 500 milesof for I applied to the Hobart N. Cable
annual meeting Wednesday night Mrs. Marshall Mrs. H'a mother
the Philadelphia bank. Accord. canal would cost in the the of electing officers for the representative Pierson party off to Orders receive careful attention Pianos before they are placed on sale. "'
purpose the East Coast" : Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miss Crabtree who has been here a and delivery prompt. You will Tone, finish, workmanshIp all con
ing to all .accounts of the ,disaster neighborhood of $30,000,000 or a present year and to receive the.l' I\lito find sidered. Therefore asserUhat
Harper B B. Minshew. Miss Mary few weeks has gone to New Smyrna my prices as low as the lowest. we can
there will be hardly enough little over four dollars per acre nation of Chief: Fndger. who will not be Harper, the Peterson sisters, Misses Ida and will go from there to bt.: Augustinelater. Give me a call. The Hobart M. CaMe I5 no

remains to go around. of all the lands to be drained. at DeLand continually in the future and Frederica departed Monday, Jan. is worthy of the fullest confidence.You .
The department is an efficient one, A FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET never saw or heard a bet.terplaao
the :n. to spend a fortnight on the East Mrs. Curtis and niece Miss Pettet and
"Legal expenses are and valuable to the of De- for the price.
city
a one
Coast the Ormond-Daytona Miss Massey went to Blue Springs with In Connection.
visiting
The millionaire Harry K. heaviest item of cost, except con Land. J. A. ERICKSON. DeLand Fla.
automobile races. J. B. Bradabaw Jr., Mrs. Baker Thursday and spent a most
; Thaw is on trial in New York struction. The sum of 19448. The officers elected Wednesday night one of the live laddibncks of Emporia delightful holiday "!.

for the killing of Standford 51 was spent on attorneys' fees for the current year are as follows. and his handy little wife are seen behind Miss Hannah Larson and sister Mrs. ----

White, and newspaper readers between seven'and eight timesas President B. Wright Sr. the Harper & Minshew store Larson, and little Miss Helen drove ont -

will get all the disgusting detailsof much as was spent on Vloe-Pre ldeDt-C. C. Fanning counters putting theory into practice. from DeLand Tuesday afternoon pay-
: surveys
B. Montreville.
the cause of the killing; from and inspection of the district. ,Secretary Treasurer B. Wright Jr. Graceful women with agreeable lov- ing Miss Massey a pleasant call. Watts & Miller Co. i

.' the great daily papers. This heavy expenditure for attorneys' Chief; J. A. Allen, lug manner, Mrs. Peter Pierson, Mrs. Monday evening the Hall was full (Incorporated)
Mary McQname, Mrs. Lois Merriam and Prof. Elared's slight of hand entertainment
Assistant. Chief-O E. Berry.
fees seems remarkable, and handsome Miss Ems. and cut little will not soon be forgotten by
The orange; trees will be in Foreman Wagon-S. B. Wright, Jr.; HARDWARBFIIRNITDREUNDERTAKN6[
when we remember that the attorney bonnie granddaughter Qusaie passed upend those wbv were there or by the Library ,

bloom now soon. A rain however general of the state is a A..letant-Ja McCorkle. down our pleasant promenade the Association, to whom the pretty sum of

is needed all over the orange member of the drainage board, lstaat-Joe foreman Hose Davis Cart-Cbarlee Bennett; tosengreen avenue, last Sunday after 434.60 was turned over by the managers. We begin the New Year a very attractive line of

belt. Not inch of rain cheerful airing stroU.Tbey A vote of thanks la in order.
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an noon taking a
and should be the legal repre- foreman Hook and Ladder-Q. A Bedroom Suits Parlor
has fallen since the first of October sentative of that board. He is Desks; Assistant-Will Mowers. called at several places andr while' Improvements still go on. Mr Beug- Furniture, Hall Racks, Bed
a on the line a snap shottor pulled his don has. had his home cottage newly!
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and it has been the longest a Lounges Felt Mattresses National ;:,
capable lawyer, and it seems gull and snatched their picture as they painted and Mr. Laws has improved his Springs
,, and dryest spell we have had To the Public.The .
that he have afternoon exorcise
might been calledon sallied forth on their store building likewise; also Mrs.Curtis

for many' years. to represent the board in all undersigned have purchased the ramble homeward bound. has bad her pretty cottage "Arcadia" A Very Complete Line of China and Japanese Matting:

stock of goo la, good will and businessof papered. Mr. Ives did this work and
was
litigation thereby saving this The Chase brokerage company
that be understands his business We will take pleasure In showing through
proved
our
you
Great crowds of tourists have the Osteen Pharmacy, taking poses-
business in the N. L.
heavy expense in attorneys' fees. doing a rushing extensive stock at any time. Careful attention
come to tl State within'the past I "Taking out the cost of slon this week, and we.solicit the u liberal Plerdou pecking house last week:, packing A unique placard in front window of given all Mall orders : : : : :

two weeks. The cold patronage you have given the raeaara and shipping a considerable quantity Library building tells of an entertain
severe dredges,' the actual work on the Osteen, the late owners assuring you of very choice fruit from the NL. PIer. ment to be given Feb. 6th by several of FUNERAL DIRECTORS
throughout the North has driven canal represents little more than the freshest standard drags and a full the here. This
son, Bliss and the Randolph groves on young people promiseeto
them South, and every, train iscrowded. one-third of the remaining; expenses and complete line of all goods usually Volusia avenue Now how is this. for be something ont of theordlnrry and In Mr.embalming J. A. Btlth, and, a licensed graduate by

The season, however, of drainage. Add to the carried by a first-class drug store. Wewore igh. That enterprising citizen and is for the V. I, A. and should be well the State Board of Health, Is in

will be short. The open winter, you prompt and courteous at. foremost frail grower N. L. Pierson attended, Everybody come. 2 etl, ad- charge of this department and
cost of cutting the canal the ention In filling all order given as.Our mission. will give prompt and careful
from this
; up to t...n days ago, has kept amount paid for surveys and inspection > stock of standard paints varnishes, one of the largest,shippers attention to every detail of this.
place, has a small pet orange grove on Mr. and Mrs. Chrlsler who have work.
them at h, me. and the sum is nearer' eta will be found also complete.Mr. Kerr lane that Is only seven years old pitched: their tents on the Thorpe lot on a V'

one-third than one-half of the 8. L Padgett, who has been the with only 225 trees, from which Chase Oak Ave., expect to open their pavilion Funeral Supplies

The British government hascalJe'd total cost, aside from the dredges.If .I popular and accommodating prescrip- Company picked packed: and shipped tent Thursday evening and hold Always In Stock..tatanisitrtetatt.tt6FlitfFFtreg.Ftreaieiettiigaagae.

down Governor Swetten- [ we are to judge the future loa clerk for the Messrs. Oateen remains 230 boxes of choice orange beside a evangelist meetings for some time.

ham of Jamaica for his insulting by the past, 'the lawyers and with n*. He U a competent few boxes of drops and culls The One tent they occupy .a.* a home and --- -

,t letter to Admiral Davis. Swet- clerks will get nearly twice as registered pharmacist ana careful Chase! Company packed and shipped 18 are very comfortably located. We wish

''' tenham is about the biggest fool much out of drainage. as the men always filling prescriptions. car loads from here this season. them sncceaa with the meetings.
who do the work. The name in future will be the Wal I Rev Joeeph Antle and wife left Wednesday .
; which has ,appeared before the The chronic fault finders. have another
) ten Pharmacy. The store will not be .
"But, is there to be any future to attend the M. E. Conference, t
I public in time. He should In future for filing dry whirlwind in the sand scrub sound- im '
some The adverse vote on the drainage open on Sundays only which is In session at St. Petersburg e..I.I.ci7. rSGOBE
not only have ,been relieved of amendment should have put a prescription and to answer medical lug the praises of small counties with a this week. Rev. J. N. Saokett of De- :*
2.1..1.
his office, but.disgraced. stop to the work. The work is call. We respectfully solicit a continuance rush to divide this county. One like base the Land will have charge of the Sunday L & DAY, NBW weST YORK CITY sTReeT ;**;;
just
after another
humbug
now being done in defiance of of your patronage, assuring service. Sunday school 10; preaching =
the; will of the people." J I your satisfaction and the beet service drainage scheme with petitions on the at 11 .. m.j; Junior League 8; Class | AUCTION SPECIALISTS g.
W. D. Bradshaw of Daytona was
Senator nn.
Bavendsre to W. T. WALTERS
nroDOses ,
meeting at 6:80, and preaching at 7. All TANOERIN'ES
help along the theme-for-a R. P. WALTERS. ID this beat last week with a petition are cordially Invited to attend. ORANGES.GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC. Si
popular .......1. a._... __ for signers to divide this county and i 4*
s edition:,of the, Congressional A bad accident occurred on the railroad Late AtniU Florida Fruit Exchange M
A Russian rand duke ending himself oat off the East Coast from old Volnala Ii

Record by' including a lot of with a few days to spare In Part, FINE tO-ACRE TRACTTO The: plan and argument put forth by colored here boys this, who morning works on One the section of the Jj Solicit coulcnmonu for.....t.uet...... Mooarata comBlI........ Sala onsrrvialoffruit :5'::
illustration with his next speech. went one evening to the theater and, them for smell counties puts in mind of ,, :* mat rmlttaaca of Mt procMda day slur ..... P.r.on.l atuatlon sad a square dad M'
some mean fell off of the handcar, ,
by :
being a person of Importance, thought
It is 'somewhat remarkable that CO AT AUCTION.To an able truism used in a little talk by
himself bound to send a bouquet to an old Methodist minister once when and his foot was caught in the wheel S Represented by W.H.SEBRINd 133 W. Fourth St., Jacksonville Ha.i .
theyoung"senator: should think I the principal .ctre .. A month afterward and his leg broken about tbe ankle and
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.anything necessary to popularize being hi the acme apartments,' he said that when ever a people get too he was dragged some distance. Hay- wa.y+assi iwsa"ess.a"...;......;.............."
Into and Soldto and haughty for the
Be Cut Up Lots big. proud prayer.meeting t
his servant announced that a lady ward the unfortunate
; McBnrney man,
the,.:.record when "it has ,one of whenever church too
or a gets
I wished to see him. the
doing to the
room, was sent by the company to hospital

... .. 1 am afraid'your hlghnaa do.* not hang out its sign-thl* people and good[ care. II
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? ''Mr.Thomae, F. Ryan seems to recognize me," she eald. "1 am Marlqnita : Mr. William FltsSimmon of the church have /gone but of the Christian held

l hav ;: '. ;opinion of an actieee, and f have come to aSlmmons Auction Co., 1* In the city business and took np Its quarters In the You will back on account .
t, very high thank you for your' nnmeren kind at-. and about the 20th of February he will sink holes of perdition with the devil 'of others; neither will yon be unduly
,; President Roosevelt's ability to ten ti ana." auction off a fine 40 acre tract of land for moderator and I tax collector with'werjointa horrid over thing imperfectly understood
'out "I recognise Into lot, East New York I ; bat you will go just as fast as
pick good men for,executive you now madame. replied eat up on and booze bureau downstairs the
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.u l:p ...ition..'.' .The President selected the duke, but I think'you' are A re.., :just east. of the Flodin place belonging foaming. ,and yon no can aater.thoroughly This I III the only correct Where you find Shield Brand Shoes '
mistaken I only lent ene> booonef
yon M.
to Mr. Geo. Pbippen. The
Beelar's School.
,: Paul Morton,for.cabinet. : po- 40 acre tract U a beautiful one, and way. it is a safe place to trade, because

'1 si tion ;r :Mr. .':Ryan; pulled, him "But It war your servant wne brought every lot on it will be a good one for nrwldenoe. Glenwooa.The Mardi 0..New-Mobile and they are sold b y reliable merchantseverywhere.
diem each evening," ahe saUL .:.. 'enaacola' Feb. 7th to 12th. 1907. from
him'at -- '
and the head'of
] way )put_ ,Accordingly the servant wa ean.d, There will be atreete through Jacksonville to Penaaoola. and return Be sure to ask forKiser's
his life insurance company, at asalary.eight and eventually with much confaMlon. the tract and many very desirable front celery men are busy working on $1323 Mobile "SIS,85. New Orleans!
I and loH will al their farms. 6 110.00. ticket on sale Feb. 0th to 11th
or.ten.times as large he sale to his master corner go Rood price King: $3.50 Shoe
-Whe I took ant Kant New York Ave. I* building np The Missionary Society met last week Inclusive final limit; leaving New
the
a. he was receiving; The' Fresiitont bouquet year Orleans, Mobile and Penaaoola Feb.
.
Sh"ontl highness, the lady gave DM a tip e* 5 fast with flne residences, and here will with Mrs. Bredow. 17tb. B/ payment ot fifty cent and for men, and you will get yourmoney's

selected Mr. to head Nana. and a* the beoqoet coat eaty4e be an opportunity to get some of the The plasterers ant at work on the new depositing ticket with Ticket Agent worth. o Made in 37 'I

the Panama :Canal Commission, ) seas I mad S fnutea over It. l So I bert residence.property in that locality.On addition to J. M. Conrad's house ticket; can be extended tq March and. styles and all the '
popular
Mr.: ha repeated the performance with theme the day of the auction free for Pullman reservation and detailed f
.Mild. new Ryan captured carrages The Ladies' Aid Society! meet) every information call on or write Frank C.oylaton Leathers Patent Cort-'Vici
remit each time. I .
.pray jew will be for all to ,
for the provided goons afternoon with Mrs..West Sr. District\
t s, i ) Interborough-Metro- algbaaaa' pardon., Friday Passenger AgentAtlantio Gun Metal Box Calf I
then and return; there will be a balloon beet Line, Jacksonville Via. etc.
; Ieit .,.... in ;NeweYorkat; B.Russell I* now;working to hi*shop i
"** and
iHrrr a public wedding one oftbe
"' building new wagon for his customer. H. ,C. Riser
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one laaevolet'Lmdl-eat Iota drawn free. The band will Company ,-
Scholarship for Sale.If
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( inwh.a.'great' ..... yam. ,wJq le it that?** ova I:. It wOl be remembered that Mr. Fltammmone. Friday night and stayed until Sunday. you' Intend fat lake a coarse in hoft-- .4TLAJy7A. GEORGIA t 'l
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,Jftssy night watchman Atlanta Commercial College. cheap by "

? Heat # ,(beer,geod> laeki Plttekerg,, 'Walts'addition' "and, fulfilled every from Bond Lomben Mill I bas returned< applvtag 'a* .That Beoord ocnoe.., ,Tbe
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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Mrs F. E. Bond spent several daysIn +. . + <. . . . t . . T. .VV TV VT .*++ .
Jacksonville this week. Y!

Real Bargains In rugs and matting

rile IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS' OF, and art squares at Dreka's,

THE PAST WEEK. A fine lot of Dew Valentines, hand New Things fz Ladies; I,: 0

painted and otherwise at Brill's.,
Rugs ,
Mailings Dr. J. M. Lumley has been spending
nd .'. .
aJ LoMl ana SooUtjr Item for the Paopl c ,
; several days in the city this week.
1 Paper-.Brl.> Mention of Paste n. Oxfords and .r' r
Dress <
Don't forget the recital at the Pnblio Slippers ;
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Sean by our K port
School Auditorium on Friday evening,

TOGO the 8th. > in All Leathers and CanvasWe
W. S. Dentist.
Taylor,
Mr. Mayo Dade left Monday for a
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allnn's. visit to Tampa and other points on the

AT ATTR1 ACTIVE PRICESNEXT Woolen goods going cheap at Dreka's. Gulf coast Carry Narrow Widthsw..n..r "

New curios constantly arriving at Brill has;just received tbe'finest lot of ,

Brill's. alligator leather goods and novelties I
ever shown In DeLand. ,-... },
Advance In shirt
,spring; styles -walete ,
.
FOR THE TWO WEEKS at Dreka's. Mrs W. A. Allen entertained JyestrI ,

New postal. curds at Brill's. Over 200 I day afternoon with a tea in honor' of

varieties her guest Mrs. B F. Watts 'New Things!for Men
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Headquarters for all In the Grocery Wanted-Caretaker to occupy placeone ;

RUGS Line. Dreka's. mile from town. Apply to K ,
,., Swope The Oaks DeLand, Fla.
Buy Tetley's India and Ceylon Teas of
London, England. Fresh watermelon seed, the kind that Oxfords in All
Leathers
and
$1.25 to go at 98c $2.75 to ero at $2.00 k will come np and the best variety, for
'i, If your ad i' in The Record it In readby
I1 I sale at G. W Fisher's drug store. "
2.00 $1.75 3.00' 2.50 the people of the connty Canvas :
I Mr. W. J. Braddock the A. C. L. : : : : .. ; I
A few strawberries ,
are occasionallyseen
2.50" 4.50" station agent at Huntington,
1.98 3.75 in the DeLand market. spent ,
several day. at DeLand the latter partof
Mr. and Mrs. R O. Breland were in the week. We Carry Narrow WidthsFountain's
town from the north end Tuesday.
ART\, SQUARES Large congregations are seen at the }
Mr.W.B. Fndger has sold his interestin DeLand churches Sunday
every manyof
Moquette 9 by 12 $28.00 for $24.50 the bowling alley to G. C. Reese the worshippers being visitors passing 1f f
The Melrose Waverly, McLeod'e and the winter here

Wilton Velvet, 9 by 12:2 35.00 for 31.00 The Oaks are all full of winter visitors. Miss Lizzie Lloyd entertained last \

Mr. B. B. Mlnshew was at the county evening at the home of her sister Mrs

Burma Ingrain, 7s by 9. 10.00 for 8.98 seat from the north end the first of the Chas. A, Miller, in honor of Mr. and ;


71 J by :10 10.00 for 9.00 week.Miss Quinby will give DeLand people Mrs.Do Robert yon want Alexander wild land Wilson.grove, pro

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9 by 9?> 12.00 for 9.98 a rare treat with her excellent readingson perty, or city real estate If so call on ;I,

the 8th.Elshop.Gray. John Li-. NUCKOIS, real- estate agent. He .. . . . . -""...",,-"" .... .. . . . , ,
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9 by LOa. 13.50 for 11.50 was at DeLand last Sunday has some attractive bargains on his list. '

} visiting his son, and preached at the The DeLand band will give one of its ;
9b r I.2. 15.00 for 13.00y Episcopal Church. splendid outdoor and Indoor concerts on Fresh garden seed for spring plant Those people on the coast who are "
ing for sale at Fisher's drug store. howling for a division of the '
Two-Ply Ingrain 72 b 9 7.50 for 6.75 Mrs. 8. C. Fuller was In town Mon the occasion of Miss Qninby's recital on connty are
Gold filled watches, warranted for ten not taking into consideration the great t
the 8th. double
day visiting her daughter, Miss Rattle, A treats. Do not fail
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:years from|8 to 7.BO, at Boley's. cost it will be to the tax payers of the
9b ioJjrl2 10.00 for 8.25 a student of Stetson. to come.
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In brewing Tetley's Teas follow directions county especially to the people living/ ;j
9b 10.00 for 8.98 on package to obtain best
i results.
) Pastor Oatei in a series of meetings DeLand next week. It has been her Miss Anna Qninby elocutionist and ,J

Granite Ingrain 9 :102 5.00 for 4.00 after Presentation Day. several times and drew large crowdsat reader will ;1
by Mrs. Julia Evans, who i is spending give a recital at the Public
W. A. Allen &; Co., next to the every performance. It will have a ,
post- School Auditorium the ;
u the of
winter at Orange City, was in the on evening
9 by 12 5.00 for 4.49 office are showing a new lot souvenir[ crowd at both performances next Thursday city yesterday. Friday Feb. 8th. Miss Quinby is a t",

Jap Matting 9 12 5.50 for 4.50 goods. See their advertisement. The hacks of Lake Helen and Camp reader of rare ability and to us highly .
by Hiram Cowart. one of the large The St. Johns. River Fruit Growers' Casaadaga bring parties to DeLand daily recommended, having been a teacher In

orted designs and colorsMATTINGS cattle owners of the north end, was at Association has men at work destroying for shopping. ,I one of our Western collegesand we feel i

I the county seat the first of the week. every leaf and twig upon which the sure will give an evening's entertain. .;'

The fruit from the Stetson sheds is egg of the white fly can be discovered.If Exercises celebrating the birthday of : ment that will be enjoyable to all who .
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being marketed. It in. very choice fruit careful and constant efforts. accomplish School Robert Auditorium Burns were last held at the Public I' bear her. Admission 35 and 15 cents r
Friday.
and fine prices are being realized for It. anything this pest of the orange The DeLand band
15c for 12c} 20c for 17c, 25'c for 21c, 30c for 24c, 35c for 28c The Stetson University baseball team tree will be killed out in this section. When you plant your spring garden number of people, gave accompanied Railroad Agent by a

left yesterday for Or mood, where they Mr. and Mrs. Robert W Hill, prominent yon want fresh seed that will germinate. Lee Powe an enthusiastic sei suede last
The Fisher .
has .
drag store such seeds.If
will play a game with the Ofmond boys citizens of Danbury, Conn., are Tuesday night Mr. Powe could not
''' Now is the time for the carefi ul, economical housekeeper to select bargains today. spending the season at The College it ever rains to pus the ground In understand the purpose of the honor

Arms. They have been guests of this condition the truckers throughout the being paid him until he was informed
A wordG.A.D 1 to the wise is sufficient The County Commissioners and members famous hotel for the past five seasons county will be busy putting In the that it was all on account of the mail .
of the School Board will.hold their
seatons and like DeLand in preference to anyplace spring gardens. train being on time that evening for the
Febrnary next Monday and
Tuesday. in the Stale at which to pass the Peach trees Admiral Schley, and Stuart first time since last October. The bell -r'

I Sheriff Turner returned Saturday winter. Pecan trees, ornamental trees and started to ring but the chief of the fire

from Ormond where he kept the racing "The Sparks. shows delighted the vines grape vines also other trees and department stopped it. ;

reka& Co. I I course on the beach policed during the hearts of many during their stay in this vines E. H in Hay variety ward's and at popular pricesat Harry Lnngren,'the hunter took Mr.

auto races city and every one voted the best snow nursery. Harry C. Randle, OL Memphis, Tenn, \ !
of the kind that ever viated Mobile. A Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander Wilson
I Councilman Bielby la making a splendid a guest of the Putnam Inn, ont deer
chairman of the Street Committee.He large delegation of Shrlners attended in returned Tuesday from a bridal hunting the latter part of the week, and !I 1 I

Phone 77 DeLand, Florida keeps men at work putting the a body last night as gnesti! of Mr. trip to Daytona, and are guests of the returned Monday with an immense >,
Sparks"Mobile: Ala., Dally Register, Putnam Inn They leave in a day or buck
streets in fine repair. weighing, dressed 130() pounds.
Feb. 85. 1003. two for the Georgetown Ky., home. I ,1 l
Messrs. E. Bigelow and Benj. F. I The deer's head ornaments contained I '
I Chapman have been summoned to serve Mrs. Ben Watts who came over from The famous Melletts who were one five prongs, and this Mr. Randle takes

us jurors next week before the U. S. Leenburg to attend the Watts-Wilson of the leading features. of the Barnum back home with him a> a souvenir of \

AT THE CHURCHES. Baptist Church. For the convenience of visitors and District court at Jacksonville. wedding, and has, been! the guest of Mrs. i show last season, will startle the patrons his trip to Florida. Mr. Randle is a ..,
Services at the Baptist church will be, W. A. Allen returns home tomorrow. of Sparks' shows next Thursday after fine shot and brought the buck down at "
our homo people arrangments have been Wanted-A good cook and laundress, I
as usual at 11 a. m. and 7:80: p. m. Their grove at Leesburg yielded a crop I noon and night with their seemingly the first fire, and at a great distance, too.
St. Peter's Catholic Church. Morning sermon: "The Goodness of made by the Aquatic Club with W. O. wages |15 per month; and nurse and of six or seven thousand boxes the past Impossible acts. J

Morning and evening service every God". Anthem by the choir. Solo: Cannons to run a hack to the grounds house maid, wages $13 per month. Reply season, and they were all marketed by
Sunday with the exception! of the second Prof. Webb B. Hill. Evening" sermon: at Blue Lake every Saturday. Several with reference, Box 8, Jensen Flor the middle of November.Capt.J. You may have the attention of an In- Osteopathy in DeLand.Dr. .
oj Sunday of each month Mass and ser. "Our Duty to be Like God All are trips will be made and.the fare will be structor who has had over twenty-five .
J, Beers the
ida.Mr. one of prominent .J. R. .
Moseley graduate of American
welcome.
school.mon at Evening 10 a. m.service, followed 730.: by Sunday only 2Sct. for the round trip. and Mrs. Pearl return today to citizens, and orange growers of the years' experience. He will instruct you School of Osteopathy Kirksville. .i i

Entertainment. S.I their northern home after a most pleasant Enterprise section, spent several days personally, suiting the instructions to Mo., under A. T. Still, founder of "iI

Methodist Episcopal Church Sooth.! On Tuesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Jarley'e Wax Works, given under two weeks' visit as the guest of Mr. at the county seat the first of the! week. them your case at Beelar's so that yon can understand scienne. .

Regular services every Sabbath at 11 February 12th, there will be an enter the auspices of the Woman's Club C. P. Bullen at his pretty home "The Be had most of his fine crop of fruit on School. Office Putnam inn ;
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a m and 7 80( p m; Sunday school at 10 tainment In the vacant McElroy store at the University Auditorium last Friday Bungalow the trees when the December freeze :
in aid of the Catholic Rectory. Note
a m; Junior Ep worth League 8 pm;Ben. the date and don't fail to be there to night was a decided success. Notwithstanding If the increase keeps on np at the came. He has shipped six care since {

for Epworth Wednesday m; midweek get a good supper, plenty of cream and the Inclemency of the University the enrollment will exceed then and some of them sold at fair f
7 80( A
cord invitation Is extended, p to m.all cake, and to near sweet music weather the large Auditorium was 600 before the college year closes. It prices.

these rYloe.. fairly I full, the receipts being about has been the banner year for the John Mr. W. J. Fields! who was thrown : A. H. WOODALL

The Annual Meeting.The ninety dollars. This is the first of B. Stetson University.Tax from his buggy a month ago and pain

St. Barnabas' Church.. annual meeting of the ColoredPeople's several entertainments the Club proposes Collector Perkins Smith closed fully hurt, breaking a nip bone, Ie now :.
Forward will beheld
St. Barnabas' Enl oopal church Rev at the home of Aiovement Mrs. Geo. K Davis to give daring the season. his books at the court house yesterday able to be out on the street but will

Campbell Gray, Rector. on Tuesday Feb. 13, at 8:80 p. m. All -.. and hereafter people who have not have to use crutches for a while. Mre. jgj Fine Groceries Coffees & Teas .
Sunday, February 3d, Sexagesima. members are requested to be present Fields cawe down from the Lexington ,
7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a.m. Morning Deputy Sheriff Knrtz brought over paid their taxes will have to communicate I
and to pay their membership fees. I Ky., home, when the accident occurred -
prayer; 9.80 a. m. Snnday school, from Daytona Saturday last, a negro with him at New Smyrna.Mr. '- -
10.80() a. m. Choral service with sermon. MARION POWELL CARSON with assault with and will remain with him until he is
0 p. m. Evensong. Daily service at 5 p. Secy. charged a deadly Boydson, from his grove north of himself again. We have added to our stock of Teas the famous
.. weapon. In altercation with another town, has shipped about seven hundred
10. negro, he took an ear off and made an boxes to market since the December Hon. A. J. Underhill who has a fine "Salada" J
Tea
Ceylon
SALE.The winter home at Lake Helen was in ;
FOR ;
ugly gash from the ear down and around freeze. They are nearly all firm and
At the Presb/terlan Church. town the first of the week. He and Mrs.
materials of a 10-room house the negro's neck, a razor being the sound, and are bringing full prices. which took the prize at St. Louie Fair; trial size 10
Bible school at 9:45 sharp. Morning located 81 miles north of Osteen. House weapon he used. The wounded negro Miss May Mlnshew succeeded in Underbill arrived from Canton, Ohio cents ; also in half pound packages. We also have
A. worship at 11 o'clock Theme of sermon: has 40 windows all with close call the last week. The son, who attended Stet
over blinds bad a very as razor just Tetley's and White Rose in packages and bulk.
"The :MIracle of Scripture Part of the breaking the record on first speed test :
is In college
and 90 doors. All in good condition except missed the jugular vein. The razor- son last year, an agricultural
Divine Plan. Endeavor (45
society : In typewriting at Beelar's School
po. m. Evening service. at 780.: Theme, roof. Address, toter will be tried at the Febrnary term on In Michigan, but the father thinksof In Coffee
The Value of Man" All are invited.At E. A. PENN, of the criminal Court. Thursday, making 64 words a minute, bringing him back to Stetson, as the

Osteen, 1'1... -mot.--- candy.thus winning the prize. a box of Hnyler's winter there I is too severe for his health our Niagara" at 25 cents is lncreaeing in popularity

the Christian Church. Councilman Blalby, chairman of the For Mocha and Java we recommend the "Barrington
Bible school Lord's Day 10 a. m.j; The Marsh Market.If The famous Orphan Boys' Band will Mr. J. P. Mace was In from Lake Street committee is trying to get a HaU" or "White ]House." Our took of -
present a delightful concert at the High Helen the other
Preaching 11 a. 10.1; Junior at 8 p. m. day. He has shippedover .
service
Christian Endeavor 8.40: p m.i Preach you want the choicest cuts of Meats School AudItorium on Tuesday evening 4,000 boxes of oranges since the sprinkler that will do better
orders with The best of than the present one in use, which lets Fancy Groceries and Provisions
ing 7:80: p. m.1; Prayer Meeting Wednesdays eave your us next February 5th. These orphan boys December freeze, and realized good
7:80 p m.; The pastor will deliver Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and the road these concerts out two much water making the streets
two sermons on "The Jewish Chops, Sausages Hamburg, Steak are on giving prices for them. They were hardly sloppy and disagreeable after passingover conform with the Pure Food Laws, and it will be a -
Tabernacle illustrated fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon for the orphan bos' home at Macon, touched by the cold.<
as a Type" on pleasure to have call and
them. A street sprinkler will be you inspect same. Assuring
the blackboard. Come and hear them. etc Courteous attention and prompt Ga. It Is a fine band and) gives you the Miss
Kingman, who scientifically greatly needed daring the high spring you polite attention and prompt delivery we are
J. W. B. SMITH delivery. worth of yrar money, and the DeLand yours
reads the of for business
palm hands and
your a winds free of ,
to keep our streets so
Pastor. Marsh Bros. public should go out to hear and patronize character delineator closes her engagement much dust. x. .
them. The school Is endowed
not ,
at this place Saturday Phone 79
and this band is helping to raise funds She can be found at 189 Boulevard evening. Mr. J. H.:Krnse, for the Citizens A. ,Ha WOODALLe

Co.,. Is putting in bids for the .
to maintain the institution. Tickets the con .
opposite Presbyterian church. "
can be had at the Walters Pharmacy. strnotion of some of the cement sidewalks ly
C. Messrs. W. T. Walters of Osteen and ordered by the city' council on _FRS

R. P. Walters of DeLand, enterprising Boulevard from Howry Ave. north to
J* 1Ie Have The frame building and lot, south .citizens of this county, have purchased the University, and on New York Ave.
Just Received a aJ.
west of Boulevard and Rich Ave.
corner the Osteen of this
I. Pbarmaey place. from Clara Ave. east to the depot. Mr.
to the estate of the late Mrs.
belonging They took possession this week, and Krnse says he will either put down
M. L. Drake, was sold at auction lastWednesday '.have a card elsewhere in today's Record. cement walks or slabs made of cement, F. ALLEN & co.
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the Administrator ,
morning by The firm of blana. just as the owner prefers. 0
ANOTHER LOT OF SOUVENIRS grocery &; Hord
Edwin Drake. It was sold to
has dissolved and Mr. Hord into The DeL ndltes who attended the
Mil. Waldo Cleavelandfor$2660. Quite goes Leading Furniture House of Volusia County
business for himself, opening tip in the: races last week at Ormond, returned .
number at the sale, and
a were present
Including Very Handsome Spoons, Pins, and Buckles; several were bidding for it. Mr. J. B. store at present occupied by Mr. Blane Friday and Saturday, little enthused We Invite comparisons in styles and prices.f .
also Post Cards showing various views of DeLand and as a crooklJry'and glass I store. Mr. over the events that took place. Indeed
Taylor ran it up to t2600. Mrs Cleave- '
surrounding country, as well as Comic Cards and Orange; land owns the adjoining property on the Blana will move this stock to his the races for some cause, fell flat this :

\ Wood goods-at "The'' Busy Corner," next to Post Office south. II It one of the valuable pieces grocery store. year In point of interest. There were Entire Bedroom ''Suits, .
The peach trees are all out in full no fast machines in the races, that Is, any
:- ... of property In the business centre of thecity. Room ; '
bloom, and present a pretty eight with no records were broken or came. up to Dining Furni.shings
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t Wi A. Allen & Co. D M .. -For Mrs.' Pearl. very their beautiful early varieties pink spring have formed dress. The the last affording year's little runs.pleasure The event to those passed who off' Parlor, .Den" and Library'Ne 9S .:, .' I ::"\.Jl; ,it''

frail now as large as an aoora. This attended.> Rugs, Stair' Carpet, Matting; "
Mrs. Pearl who I. visiting Mr. a P. bloom went through the December cold ; .. :

Next,to the'Post Office Sullen was complimented Saturday without Injury.. ArtSquareqrexJapBrusselsJtlf.. I.i": '." ,

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. l 'Where You Oet Your Clock and Watch Repaired most pleasant afternoon at Bridgeand Untlo. Coast Line last Monday between m
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tyMall and express order receive prompt and careful attention the many favor shown her daring Coast Road, which took It around aNew OSTEOPATHIC'PHYSiCAil/ ... Ne.tls J..1.F ...ALLEN'dc'wCQ' De"'ad. Fin.. i ,a. .. ,

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" Fainting.Is* practical work." Skill .. .' I,11" ** .. < : HODGKIN'S An Abundance "' Fruit- -

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;.,' Yon know !gallons. &; M. mixed There was ttmlt water captain who Most people know that if they have Wagon Shop, a complete fertiliser containing; from 7 to I* per cent of .

,'. with 3,,.gallons .vUlnaeed. Oll nmltes k forreosdns, '*f hlnowoA" ",-, a oebte4.lsteiftntJrH E;
;'" enough itoalDttfotxa\ moderate ..lzld'' ,-th"\i. IItst\pa\; t. Q'a' r', I1-en"., been sick they'/ need Scott Emtttston DeLAND{ FLA. POTASHfaT '

houtba. best paint-money can buy-f. >ntb" gT<)Vflnk'es. ''ntf'waa I \ : ..Q
: because the L. & M. Zinc to bring back health and strength. = ,
.;', ; hardens the capable seafarlnn man but be did " it. &; M. White Lead and] makes the L. know what "bustle"] meant untll be etc., wagons\\ repaired In my .the tree, vine or bush, '
&; M. Faint wear like ron. in--trhe' "Plant Food Is abook'w.II'worth".pace] In.tho'library of nny fruit
went aboardattButfalo.Tbe. lake skippef But the strongest point about ScottsEmttfaon Shop very -workmanship We. will
L .i'M and'toont pay 1.BO I grower.
Buy | a to'whom1 hetepmrMd for known. Only first-lass men employed
dutyTre- mall It all
r for Linseed' Oil as do In is that don't have be 1 Klaclly to J
ration you marled( In the most< casual manners* you to and first-class work turned ont. have. applic III..
readv-for-use paint, but buy oil fresh,
from the barrel M
with the L. &; M. morning:, and If the sun stays hot and German Kail Work

Actual cost L. &; M. about (1.20 per she dries In good Bhape give her a second New York,
-","," gallon. coat this afternoon." It keeps up the athlete's strength, puts fat 93 Naiiail Straet.Atlanta .

,: \-.> Bold by B. D. McDonald, DeLandj; \ Tbe salt water. mate staggered In bis on thin people, makes :a fretful baby happy, Oa,

FlorIda 3 tracks and made amazed protest..This 1224 Candler Building
was a 0.000 ton vesael, and giving tier I brings color to a pale girl's cheeks, and pre0

.' two'coats of paint was several days' vents coughs, colds and consumption.: It't' { '
work bv his reckoning. Tbe lake sKlp- .

I per was a person of discernment : I __M..iMi __.;.. _.... __. HM* ...frMMHM>
Food in concentrated form for sick and
"
wReretorelis) bad pity on hlsnew mate .i .
"...._.'. .tat. '1t forbore to dealf1 arsiny ""with him.
KnO.
.DI..j : ,
... well and old rich and
0
.. young poor. ,
methodical mnkeeping'account ; explaining: with tolerant jp-In f
Jefferson 4 was. a a : i '
,. of all 'his expenditures "All'right I suppose ;you'll have' to ATLANTIC COAST LINE

and the yellowed accounts kept learn to move lively after snooztng (I And it contains no drugs and no alcohol. t'

.. while he was In the White House show:,, a ound.lI8lt water.all,Jour; life too 4) .
that he spent 12.000 far liquor alone Just Data tBiitlDfQlj: | alonif to the boVn"and ; ALL DRUGQISTSl SOo. AND SI.OO. I
)
during his 'term"of Igbt1 )ears.' "Not telf] him It's got to be done and ( .

withstanding the low prices, Jefferson then you nt! up and,take,.notice." f : tt O OOOO 09
?
often spent;as high as, $50 on hi; small The bo 'n took'ttia Arder calmly: as If ,* >! I'l f AMOU S: T :AIN: II
dinners, wine list not Included, and be It were In the day's work and by nightfall

was most particular about his wines the big Hteainor was spick and Notice

and brandies. Jefferson's,state' dinners. ,jspnu wUhrtwo conts of paint from Her to NonResidentsIn Notice of Final Discharge. COLD TIRB SETTER
were usually limited 'ec> about\forty 'Wtur IIno iS her guuul rail. Tlic Hollor '
nests. The large dining room was Circuit Court, 7tb Judicial Clrotlt of Can set your Tires without taking :
from lind loimit'd Uln !
dci'l' wutur HTstleHHon
Volusla Notice Is herbey that six months
Florida, In and for County. InChancery. given
not considered finished so when his In (lip ways of the yrent (alien .. after ,date towit the 20th day of March wheels from vehicle. We take ont no '
guesti were numerous be had a long during the n.irlff"itlon seusaii xvbvu the Ola Wester 1907. the undersigned administrator, ot tbe I bolts, rub no paint or barn your felloes New York and Florida I
table placed In the center of the great bu\'<\ driven KI| 'pplnu nitiHt l hI' fOI'I..dtd: ..... }) estate of Evelyn!: C. Blane will file bis llnnl with a. hot tire.- Come and see Tires it work set Special
account such administrator and w11llle1'er have
as with the will yon your
east and dismal enough It must Hoses Wester. } .
I room do t\vulvc itiont: M'v:irlt( In half,n ypftr! annexed together with bis vouchers with hot again. '
have been 'wltb Its bare walls, many U. Pnlni, In To Hosea Wester: the of Volusla
Itulph UntlnifTlu MlIlCllzllle.fiI" t/'ounty Judge county, Florida for in I Leaves Jacksonville daily except Sunday 12 : 50
Thanking patronage
the
You to to
are hereby required appear you your
windows and drafts and Insufficient at bis office at DeLand, and ask lor an I
." '. .'. Bill of Complaint: ] tiled herein against you order of dnai discharge. the past'' and hoping a continuance in I p. m. for all points East. Solid Pullman : :
light from the, candles,*which dropped '
i -, !pi.rl!; -'n..t.. to tbe above entitled cause on or before the This 1006CHAULES the future, I remain ,
wax;._rs at '.,everywind\\ wbjcb' blew, t.Tru"l" \v\r" ; jinctllii'i;, Oiuilt wltb 4th day of February A. 1). 1007 September 17th K. BLANK.
up bom.: the Potomac. No, wonder",Jefferson The Volusia County Record la hereby Administrator with Annexed Yonrs to serve,
siirninu*ll.v/'liilpM': ,Kiitclini! :1 For In- the Will SCOTT HODdKINS.KLICKEk .
; and several f bill designated a> the newspaper In whioh his and Florida I
successors :
stiincd.-tli; > 'reinrilH"of' .. tin' B'ewerH'l'OUlIIJlIIY order shall be published onoe a week lor' Chicago
looked forward dismally; to the state RIU\V! tint "011 ;.Mondny.] July Innp- ....n.ARtlllvA- ", _ka. -- --.--- ._" LimitedJS
affairs, and cheerfully to the. Informal ,:W 113J.: : liulmi.! I'lildmlct. Hbf nmyor) of : Witness my i .t .iid'and seal ol office this

\: dinners..:_:Home' Magazine.: '. Lundou. Binit fur tininuxtura uniltwe lee[ day. of January.SAM'l. D 11)06.SBaLj ) JORDAN. Clerk Daily Solid] Vestibule, leaving () :

.:\o of tho. iiiiwt n'orlhy of our coinpnuy By BUM FISHER, Deputy Clerk.J a.m. for all points West. Coach on this train also. H
.Bow 0rvl. *>!._ BROS
ta upiu-nr nt tin giillilliull for Lee MoCury.Sollollor ,
Table manners amount to very little selln! di> ali. ,Ute, for Complainant.;
nr IIl\lI'h'dlKIHlte For rates .Pullman reservations and all
the Servians. There Is ,
among babel of a perfect about tln P'l-e: uuil quantity I of limit detailed information, call on or write to
conversation the band
wilereinVli'tyiiKtoni! >. tbe lute uiuyor.devluioj Merchant Tailors i
) shrieks and croons and walls, and Hull tinb'eMTM, : li ill ridden Notice. I
f DAV1 EOTrtM Dlatrlct Paaang-r Agent Atlantic Coait Line
amid tbe din the waiters hurry hither Into tbe oou.itry iiuJ fowitnlled the FRANK t. DlnLElOlUJIf
Notice Is hereby given that the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
and thither. Borne aggressive looking in 11 It, to rnlR.> IIH pr'c'o! tlit>y vfora convlctiil signed guardian of the estate of under-I Four Doors South from' Fisher's Corqef

f BarvUn. with a waist belt full of pistols] In tin |'iuniilty of tlTO: ($100)), W, VanHorn, a minor, will on the 4 day WMMMMMMMMMM *. *** **
f, and knives., will swagger ceremoniously wbu'li oujui.ting t<>. tbe masters wereordurod of February, 1007,make application to tbeHon.

to, up and down the room. Officers of t-> I I'c Kept In prison, In the county.J.of Lea Volusla McCrory and Suite County of Judge Florida of. the for Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns --.

the local garrison form a group at another chamberlain'/ Clht"Jj'111111" they sho\lld leave to sell at a private sale a one hair undivided night( new,
f table i tbelr smart uniforms a pay It gi fuel airinUy for tb< paymentSo interest In the following property Florida East
Suits Coast
that Qt too Suits lined all
superbly
just through
.... .. you Railway
stranre contrast to tbe medley, of the situated in the county of Volusla I unit state
'f. others. Anon they become uproariously of Florida, and described as follows to-wlt: right and through( .

Intoxicated and sing national songs 1. the An south utdlviilad twenty one five half feet Interest of tbe in and north to Suits well made at prices rll'bt.sulta( that are a bargain true- Local Time Card No. (9. In Effect January ", 1901.

I if' to the music of the orchestra while eighty eight sod one half feet of lot five Waiting! here. When you appear. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.

i mine host; seated on a raised chair at block four, according to plat ot D J I>. Bog Mo. OB MO. as No.IID i No. 3"A" No.7SNo.7.a-u.OSNo.OS'
the-end of' TiredIt era* survey of DeLand in said< county and CONSULTATION FREE. Dally Dally D.lly STATIONS: ,
> the room beams' atrablyoJ. State; also an undivided one quarter Interest n880PM II B Ufilly It Dully A Dally. Unlly"

.: upon his guests.-R. L. i Jefferson lai in and to tne soutn five feet of the north 8JIu>M 4 2om 0 20, 800... L".,.. .. .J.okllOnvllla..Ar"'fj'j;;;*; 7 4On8"40m -740AM1 .
Wide World ,Magazine. be from overwork, but sixty three and ore half feet ol said lot nve, KLICKER. BROTHERS DeLand Floirda I ..... ..... 42 0 E8AM... ....... .. _"..Boutn Jacksonvill. ....J.v 1 2l'PH... 7 B2AM|...880AM.........
may block four according tu 1>. 1> Uogero' B 4''''''' 10 40AU1HPMI II 10.N I. ........_St. Augiutme............ .. 8 2t1>M ( 8 7 80AM
., WOMAN'S ORIGIN.i the chances are Its from an In* aforesaid plat. Also the Interest ol thoaioresaid ........... .. 8 U 18AM...... ... ...?.. .. Hailing...._.. ..... .. 580PMB ............ B 42.MI........ .
I : minor (;Clarence. VanHorn in ''10 1- 8BTH 1 1186 9 60AM Lv............Eaat p.I.k..Lv, 20PM 4 II 25.M 8 28AM1080AM
active
. i The ftrr .. It !. Told In .. Old LIVER. -> and to, and his rights under a certain party 10 4npN650PN Tv 11 10AM 9 25AM Lv Faltttka...... ......,,
wall contract recorded inlheollloe of the ArZHTLv < 6110.
.... ... .. With
"
..7.t Icrlt .nd. a well conducted: : LIVER clerk of the Circuit Court of Volusia county, ........... 11m' jj 6.VHI ........... r............-!Ion M oleo,.... -I ().1 ........... .. ....... ............
'f Tradition says there was a scarcity one can do mountains of labor Florida. In Book J of mlacellaneous records 766AH1T210M 7 Km Lv..............Ban Mateo.. ......... ..Ar 745.
of solid elements at the time of .her without fatigue. at page 111, as the pioperty of said' minor.MAK1HA Pipe fitting, Tm roofing Gut ............ 7 SIp ........... Lv... ...,?....lJlJnuel1..1.v, -4..0.<1.rtI.\ ..... 40 21'' ........._
A. VANHOKN, ............ 421> 12 S ............ .. ..._..itniit Diipont....._..... .. 0.4 1I ... ....... 421............
creation.At Dated this Jan. Guardian. TU ECCLES tering and spouting. Pump: .. ........ S ............ 1I10.M .... ...._...O'mon'llIntels...........". ............ 4 2 ............ ..... .. ..".
the beginning of time Twns1 trl. It adds a hundred per cent to 3,1901'1.< 'repaired wells and tanks made 11 40PH1161PM( 8 8JVM84flm 1267PM1CMPM 11 20M ............... Ormnnd.?.............. 8 4PM:! 4 IMP a 40.M 06...

the Vulcan of the Hindoo mythology. ones earning capacity. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under to order., of all ': III! 1 1NPM 11..80AN :: :::::::?::Pore Daytona':Orange...:':::: ;::::::: : n :... : : ::=... ..
the Repairing ) !IO'" ....!L.-1 BWM 11 MPM Ar.V Ne"myru. ..l.v 6"':
created world but when be wished _
to create a woman he found that be It can be kept In healthful action: Section 8 of Chapter 4888: : Laws Tinsmith kinds' Satisfaction guaranteed. 1U !tl'M1O .... ..... 2IPM ........... Ar............ J.olrellelen! ............Lv: 12 I'P"............ 6 S''M......iJII2........!!.
and of Florida. & Plumber. lOUt 4 8'PM440PII ...
Oracle =
had employed all bis material In tbe by, only byTutt'sPiliSi Notice Is hereby given that T. J. Murray .:::::::':: ::::::::::: ** :OranK* City City J unct.' : ...::::: g : :::::::::::: : I ::::::::::::

creation ot There ol 'lax Certificate No. 324, dated Shops next door west of bank. Indiana Avenue. 1180... 7r4, 12 D50M L"NeWSmyrna..Ar 2 48UP: ; Tl\4\ if
!: man. did not remain Jth purchaser day of June, A.D. 1W4.has Bled said cer.tiUuateln ....... D 8 I ............ .. _......_...0." 1I111..L.. II i ............ 2 [,iMl4. .......
; one solid element. Then Twasbtrl olBoB,and hu made --80"1 __ l>MAr..TltU..I1 .=L.! 1 4'lPMJ.., SOI>M 14'1"1
perplexed, fell Into a profound med lor tax deed my to issue in accordance application with 10 so.. 10/10 -II- II a>M Ar... ."......sauror<1 ".__...L.. TTESuvB ;; .......... 6 ti.'M' .........
........ s 8'' 11 8 ............ Lv... ..... ...... Rnrnr itation. He roused himself law. Said eertllloate embraces the follow.Ing r.
as follows: --
80.. 10 8HP112HP 28J1 ..............Tllu.v/ll..Ar 18.YJp.
12 OOPII 1
,. He took the roundness of the moon. I desurlbed property situated In Volusla I -v.-- ............ : 8 81PM........... .."....._....... Cocoa......._.......Lv 1 I''rpM....'....:.....-... 1 14I 00AM>M .817AM.........

: the undulations of the serpent, the Intwlnlng I county Lot 13, ,Florida Fulfonl to-wltl New SmyrnaUna Now the time order ... UOOnl 1125PN 4 8 (04PM BWM...183PM880PM. :: :'::7:M..MRockledaen...:..KauGallla.:...::::::::: :: 1 87P WPMI1'J ...3..OOPM 12 13 MAM 2> MI..,a. .87AM.
to
of climbing plants the trembling said land being .assessed at the dale .....-.- 13 llAK 4 14P466P ............ ......_..H.MMelbourne"."....._.. 13 27PM........... U II'AMI..........
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ol the issuance ol such certiUcate In name I ....._... U63AII14SAI: ..."__ _,_.iiaba>tlan.___ 11 47 9.,......,.... 11 !27PM...... M.
of,,tbe grass, the slenderness of IIr E. V. Manafleld. Unless said oertlnoate r ; ...... .. 64 K ............ .f.. _....._.Be. Lnolo..."_...... 11 OUAM!.,........... 10 B'.PM, .......?..?...
the nee vine and the velvet of the 20.. :200AMa soon2np .....__Fort PierceMMMH _..._ 10 J12 15P11 10 8UMT
shall be redeemed aoi'ordinir to l J.w, Simon Pure 1 1for i ............ 2 8 ............ .. "..._._Tlbb..lle.. .-_...".." u 10 22AM1...... ... 9 80P1*..13....80AM....
flower, the lightness of the leaf and tax deed will Issue thereon on the 12th day I No. ...._..... : SOAK a mm..._, ... ........._.__..EdeD..."_.....".. .. 101"'MI.] | ......... 9 tjiil... ... .
the glance of the fawn the gayety oftbe of February' A. I). 1907. ...__ :285AM 8 B1PK ..._... __ Jensen-_._." 10 14AM..,........... 9 47PMJ" ...?. .,.?.
?
Perry 8ctA Witness my official signature and seal ...-... 2 641PV .._". ". ...._.._..... Stimrt...... ,........... 9 ?
sun's rays and tears of the mist are not an expertment.bnt Ibis tba IUh of D IIHI7.IsiALl ".__ 8 H"8&1AM 7 ..__ "._._.nohe Boun<1..-..?. 100r.:1.:::............ 0 8'3.-|
> the Inconstancy of the wind and the with proper cult! day JanuarybA.JORDAN, your grove and be sure of a large crop next ......... 711! ; ........... .. ..._.,..Wet Juiiller. .........?_ *' 9 2.MI.:I ........... s : : : .:
ftucce** 4 10AI 80CPM820PM soopMAr.BWPMLv"" .WestPalm. lIe..ch_ 8 BIAM883AJ 10 8"M 8 l'_ '.
.' timidity of the hare, the,vanity .of the from vntlon.tltey the start aMitre* U er* have nodcrilil. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County Fla.Administrator's winter. All the best groves use SIMON PURE 1118.. 4 45AU600AM "_".. ... lJeach.......... .. 8 00>>M// .10 10 4i 2;_M10SOAM ..
8211.. 88WM B86H "... .Weat Palm Ueaon...__Ar 8 lAAMI 1UIWAM .
peacock'and: the softness of the down at planting- nor dlvap 7 10 0 i>tI...
pqintinenM at h.rvg t Oct FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves ".._._ 6 28AM Boom .._... "* IIIIIJTIIIIIH,Boynton...M.M..MM.LVi 7 4HAMIT ,............ 7 U.M............
: ;i on the throat of the swallow, the bard- Notice.In : : 6 BJtu. 0 lorna .. lelray.. .... SHUT
.* mess of the diamond, the sweet flavor :::::::: 83AM 10 01PM42A :::== _MM.Fort Lauilerdale.; ..,::::: : 8 (OAMl::::::::::::: 1 =.:::. :::-::
".__ > 10 ICPH]..___._. U .......Ttanln..........__ .. .4->"' ,............ 800"1......'....'
of honey and the cruelty of the tiger County Court, Volusla County, Florida "."-- 6 r.t ....__ .. _._...Hall..ndoa.. .._........ .. 6 S"'M'"> ........... 8 4' ........."
the warmth of Ore, the chill of E.O.Painter Fertilizer Co. ".._.... 7730UI 10 "._... .. __.Lemon city..._" 8 OHAMl.,.. ...... 1111"""' .........."..
snow By the County Judge of said County 8 80.. 10 7 :S6PM> Ar...___.Miami................. ," 8 00.. 816AKCoodeased III'' 8 """"
1 the chatter of the jay and the cooing of ".._... 800AM108OAJ1....._... .._. Vt.M_ ._..Miami....._,.>...}Ar ... ..... ........... ()o ............
': tile .turtledove.- .He united! all .these! \, jJ tills Whereas Court fur D Letters Ethel Watis of Administration has applied on to JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ....._.... ............ ......... .r(..... ....Homestead...........|Lvl?. ..?..... ............ 12 '........ ..
t all dealer* I nmou*for over
; and formed a woman. Then be made V the Estate ol Matilda A. (;Clackner d..- I Schedules(; Between Jacksonville and St. stine.
tt L1 Aug
1 -rf i. m oeased late of said of Volusia
tfa County ; .
preent: f bee to matb'h .I : .., ,
.:, D. n. FERRY These are. therefore, to cite and admonish 1'H''
.Bight days later the man came toTw.IIhtrnd all and singular the kindred and creditors '

said:;* ?* 4**, R' _. _Ps"a""oh ol said deceased, to be Iud appear lie fore
,1\\ '"My lotid. the, ctetture you,,, gave me tnl Court on or before the IMtn day of February
A. D. 1 07. and file objeottono. It any
%
polsorauxm jmtnTlatenoe. .bechatter4JR
!

without rest she takes all my time .""" --... ..-...... ,,----- ..;;:;...., .tbev ssld have otherwise, to the the granting same will letters bj granted as ufore-as John B. Stetson
We promptly obtain U. B atf University ...
fee laments for nothing at all and Is >rayde.v:
*" witness my name as County Judge of the
Uwayf "f "
Oi."r; County aforesaid this 7th day of January
'
nAiuKXwatthtrl received the fwomllnapn. lin,

J. LEE McCROBY, AFFILIATED. WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO.n.O" .
But eight days later the man came County Judge. .__._' larved...VA A j iu*BwuiwB u AU4IUUTV1J vi f uuuuui ex iraTivr uafi ana vxcra leal tare wii

gain to tbe,god and salduJMy : ,akiUUi on uotool InvenUon kit COM.EQE NOTE B Day eoaoh w operated on thflm trains on whloh no extra seat fare Is charged.
lord my life Is very solitary free report on "!?"'ib.L"i- JSr-JlT* *!?S Notice for Vullloatlon.' (IsolatedTract.) or c'hloHKo OF LIBERAL ARTS-Standards identical with the Unlvcir.slty t Trains Dally do azoept not stop Sunday.t at station. !at wblon tlm*Is not Shawn,

since t returned this .et'nt fl1.' j jl! remember PUBLIC LA.ND SALE. COLLEGE OF LAW-Gr'duaton admitted without examination In Florida
she glanced at me1 from the Gainesville" Fla., Lund Office COLLEGE OF .HNOLOQY-Klootrioal, Mechanical and Civil; En. ,tandayBnnday*" JJ' *\ *
Jan. 15., 1D07.
HATFOBT BRANCH Sunday
gineerlng. Dally
corner, of her.eye, and aba. played :with Notice Is hereby given, that as directed COLLEGE! FOR TEACHERS-Five courses of study for Florida School Ooly Only Dally Only Dally
Me, clung to me." CASMOWcOPPOSITE by the Commissioner of the G!aeral Land Tell"hers. a com 8 louiS32u ,
And Twashtrl :returned the. woman Olttoe under provisions of act of Congress PHEP R\TORY ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton 08PMS40PN 1: ft:: I:::: aS:: f .: :::::::: 7 80A722AM> : =
approved June 27,1 1006. Public-No. Sill, we MIohlKtin Vnssnr.BUWINESS 8 MAIMAM 10 O.. L.P.bl..Beaub.A, ..."_... 8 641AM 13 (XIN 4 BOP*
Whim.Tbre. U.K PATtHTTJrriCI.jnsure will otter at public sale to the highest bidder COLLEGE; Bookkeeping Banltln 10115'" Ly..tI.Dllo Beaoh..._.... .__ 84AAMBOAM 11 MAM 4 4IWMPEN1NSLIAB
days only passed and Twashtrj! at 10 o'clock a., m., on the tfth day ofiiorcb Business, LawSCHOOL ?, Sbortbaml. Typewriting ISA* 11 IOAM" A'.N..Mayport......_........Lv ..... ... 11 40AM 4 110>oI

saw the man coming to him aii/ altlu(, I next, at this office the following OF 11ECHANIO ART-)-Wood and Iron vVorkinic and Manual AM)
rmct of land, to-wlt: Training QCOtmtL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
.
'Mylord..ald he..1 do not understand -- --. --- 8wJ4. of n..I(. sea. 83. tp. 14 s, 2d e.
'. ; : :---r.,. range SCHOOL, OF MUSIC-Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory History of Muslo
.
-exactly bow, but I am sn're the Any persons claiming idversely the above TeaoherV Conne. Clots Connacllon Mads at Miami with of
.with us, a SUamihlpi tho P. & 0. S. 8. Company.
woman causes ime more annoyance described laid are' advised to ale their SCHOOL OF FIXE ARTS Drawing and Palatine, oil. wliterol>lop. pastel.
I'''',' than pleasure. I beg of yon to relieve Now Is the time{ claims above: designated,.or objections: 'for' sale., on I or before the day SrKT-iON haa 4 Cullei(es. S Teohnical 8-hoole 11 Building. 48 In Faculty Havana, Key \Veat and Nassau, Bahamas.Trains .
solid eouraea. strong teachers, modern equipment, 10( laboratories. 2 muneums
.. of her.
,/ ,cash for l losses liEN RT S. CHI7BB, Register. R-ymnasium,20 olnaa rooms, separate dormitories for both sexes, memorial' illnlnR Discharge PuN ers at :&blp'. Side. No Transfers
,But Twasbtrl' cried.. ."Qe. ;your.; way Spot BHIEUDd:: WABREN lieceiver. ball wood and lion shops nmniinl trtlnlnff acd donieatlo science auditorium, .
o .' and do your bestl* c (J should be protected'. $10,010 pipe organ U pianos debating clubs, llterory souletles, stnr Iroture from Tbeff tb..e..r.l.t.Uono Time Tablai ibow, but thetlmaaatwhluh tbelr arrival train may. be expected to arrlvs at and depart
or attba
departure tlmea
}, ,And courses, Christian assnolatlons. general library (Il IS.OihU volumes), special law nor Is thl titated la not lJn&tenteeo1
, them.D"Crled.r"1 cannot live Company to bo bald raapomlbU for any delays or .
Notice of for Tar DeedTJn- any ooniequanoet arldlng tnerenom.For
with berr D you Insured? Application library enulusail atbletlo fluid running trade tennla courti, baseball diamond
.. '" der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws football Held. park-Ilka campus, dell roads oemant wa ks, shrubbery and trees, Copy of the LOCAL
'
,"Neither' can yon live without her." company reliable. of Florida! Christian (not sectarian) atm..ph.e. open to all denominations steam beat, TJME CARD or Other Information
replied 'Twashtrl.' gvery Notloel'-bereby electrlo llnhts eieotrlo balls, concerts. fraternities. exhibitions receptions, re* "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

., :And the man was sorrowful murmurlncr When does your policy expire COOT Jones purchasers given that of Tax J. A.Certificate Clark and citals University.,' ve-pern Generous etoirsl patron>n.., festivals.) no miney Atteadan spared. Stetsod now blxifatt la for In Florida bis tor flrat v of J. D. RAHNER, .Asst. Oea'l Pas. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
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"Woe Is met I can neither No. 12S4H dated the 7th day of June, A. D. last, and all the time. .-
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': <. .. Becerd-Herald. -& "\ > number"sixteen.tetoon and have la embrace accordances mode application ttae. ,with following law for i tax Bald described, deed certificate tome PRESIDENT: LINCOLN HULLEV, A. M., Pb. D, DdLand Florida j DeLand Saw and 'Planing--Mills & Novelty Works


.t. .. ." "O INSt1RANCJII'. .. GENCY.... property In Volusla county, Florida, town .
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I.: eao"lC: '.t>e7'r demaBded'"cbe janitor ottbe -and; DeLand.olloe Tbe said' land being assesed at the date DRESS1E'Q ;

I .. fashionable apartment boos :of nf the X. A.Issuance Uix. Unless of such said certlfloate cerlUoate In name shall Orange City Wagon and Blacksmith Shops. AND R'UGll L.aB1ER

;, : ''Hut jrtte'went oat>T-to> theTisn 'tndrernrpid. : I be redeemed according to law,. tax deed r '
.; %Uwas> rurtWn* bur a;: r.t.r t --- will Issue thereon on the 2tlth day ot Februarv -
.bit said. Is 'hereby: irlveo that on the first I A. U. 1907. ,, Wagons and Buggies Made or Repa.l ed. norse Shoeing Ce1l1ng. FloorlDf' SIding. TurDlng, Scroll Sawlng, Mouldlna..t. Window anc.
. .;1-;': .. day of March. 1167. ibe undersigned and, Witness my offlclal signature and seal ,a Door Poet", BalUJIter Man"ter.!! Turned I Por h uolumns, etc.:
,, }! An.slated the Janitor greatlj reA tbelr associates" wilt apply to the Bnnorable I IbI.the26tJ1day.ofJ.n..A D. J807 Specialty. Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the Sheddlnll'' for Oro1'ell and Pineries. ffiI'Cratell and Box MaterIal l a specialty
.;. ,)I." '''1 Uboaah6! .It'"- lIshll...... JnK .IIU..or 1I.'Jdlle.. o* Ih.. Bevsath Judicial BAML D.JORDA.NI Contracts taken for the,erection of !any kind of .a building .
oIleml... Clroult of tbe IIt.'e of Florida, for lot.Urs Clerk. Circuit Court ; .. best manner, finest'paints used. Everything in Blacksmithing -
'n patent 'Inoorporatlng tbe anderalirned DELAND: Fl ORIDA.
and their sssoolates Into a charitable Done and all Work First-class.:
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,under and bv virtue of us laws of :Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under . .. .. I" .. ,, -_ .- ,.. --
,'- wife thinks a cood deal of m..I' the 81 to of Trial. Orders 1. "
a Florida,under and by tbe name Section 8 of Chapter 4884. Laws me a Promptly Attended to.

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',i', "Yos next to the baby and. the JowlDIf 8OCIKTV. lV a wltu. the fol- Notice' Is hereby given that :Monroe Buck

noodle and the rubber pla.< I'm all to 'j, ..''o. ti lHUTIOIlfJ :ner, vurchnser of tax eertiflcata No. 891, THEO, DEMRO Orange City Florida
......'mlllltartt wt1i! her."-:...LoulrvUle llPO : dated the Ttb day of June 1890. bos filed I BOld Cu/jber{ / ) OipP
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"o'. promote study.r said oerufloal* in my office, and ho* marts ,
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and Uaoh the Bible. with la... Said certillaate Will quote you prices and supply from their tie
J '. emraoes ,. .. .. .. you, yards Dear depot
'''I! ; fj Bo.,T'u'JII'! aa4toatfmnlate Ibe Inter-I> the following described 'property ,at DeLand wlttv.best cypress and yello* pin a
', sat ol BapilaM *n ...be-tdaoatlon. of Baptist I situated rn Volnsla county. Florida, to.wlriI
) J'Ii ministers and mlarlnnartae.. .ot 19, blook 80. Orange City
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.. In be bomr* the ennrcn, and tke ,Of tile Issaanae of such certificate In the BALSBY ,
anil ,. < name of Henry Alexander. Unless .
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raise loads to create, SRsaeles toowiwaas I laid oertllfeate shall be redeemed. according Company ''Shl lgIesttatbSEtb' : '
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ftJre""If" U t. WltnM my ofBoial slvnatnra and asol .. ( AU.Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc.. promptly delivered
( :u. (TI.. tvrtJ. -. 'Ibis tbe M di*'ot FsbtuoirnloOTr. ; .. SAW MILLS, EN-OtNB3, and UD1LBB8.T P6nabl Outnts Bpeclalty.. Write anowhere In the city.
; J: JlrVats*, IV J. Bkmkar., BAM'Lb. JORDAN for Catalogue Hold Bas I
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