The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00087347:00163
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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JAMES W, rERKI S. ? _____ The Business Transacted at the i.,

ATTORNEY a .j7 COUNSELOR-AT" : + Session Held This Week.

Board met pursuant to adjournment -ivcU : ,< i ji i lisa noli"to
i ixtbama.' _..' Floridavi Present: B L. Potter. chairman. U D I

'Will Practice' In State and 'Federal Brooke, A. H. Ryland.! W. H. McBride,

;y Courts T. J, Murray, and 8 D. Jordan, clerk : ;NOALUIL

__ -,4swAwr -:..for, Infanta... Irid 'Children.Ca .. '( Minutes ot last meeting read and '
& BLYr; : approved. ,
torili'ls1"ttJBartnles9! .snbstitnte for Castor Oil'Paregoric Following1 road and bridge reports '
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',"L>rb W" 'and' 80 thiD 8"OPIlo, It u.Plea ant. I. were submitted: C Ala ii ,i 1 f"-4
ATTORNEYSATLAW., ?" contains neitbar-Oplam, Jfttorpblnei 'nor other Narcotic tr District. No: Repairs on. DeLandand r: ; If)

Iub! tance. It dcstroys..AVorma and allays Jeverffihnese. Orange City road and Enterprise ? %
Offle*" III'1Jank' -'BUllm11g-DzbAN; ; It cures DTurrhoca and AVirtd Colic.: ,It relioveit'Teetbjinir.a ..' and Osteen road. ? f
Branch eAoe-over Po toflJo ..DAY'49N: A : nl lesmdicores >Cobatipatlon. It regulates tha 'District No. 2-i-DeLand. and Lake
Stomach and liowels glvtnif healthy. and natural eleep. Helen' road completed Repairs to :
Cary D. Landis Bert Flllb The Children's ouaceur-/rhe JUotber'a Friend. DeLand and Orange City road. '

,, 'LANDI8-. &. FISH i HaVe, 'District District No.No. Progress.Repairs' .on Port Or- ':'1 'C'ng1an4nc1".1Fapqe" : theSile .III 1"'r
ATTORNEYS'Ad"- -.to 8ELeg.r :. t.Jh6! 91 b)1) Always: Bought anpe'and' Daytona road. '1 ., ?, ., ", rrr .

: AT-LAW :Bears the 'Signature of Bond of Samuel O Brook, fish and / ofIA1uniBakng-'Pow4er' ,is, pro-:> "

warden approved. _
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t.; Notary bonds of B. F. Twolley and .' blbltedby.law i i : ,becausofthe, : : ,injuriou&effects -" '_ '
DeLand, Florida W'. F; Ronald approved 0
Will Practice In State and Federfe Revolver'bonds, of Barney Hunter : that follow'it t* useMr '.' (
Courts. ... and Geo. li Farrell approved.The i 'C" ,1L-.4 !il" ii 11'1 ,tII. '
Special facIUtletrfor examining, *rid I' | *-. following-resolution was adopted > in the1a4stnt., ( ,. i II
i perfecting land title I and ordered spread on the minute:
In Use : 30 'Years. Whereas Seth Woodruff Is the owner Columbia: alsoj prohibits i Alum sn i. 't
L. MCCRORY, For Over of land lying adjoining the t I
J new roaibuilt
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TN.'.NTU 'OM.'NT U. .0 Gmo from St. Johns River towards m food., ,

i Daytona known as the "East Coast II "I4 I'.." .A ,

# ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. .. Road" in Volusta county, where said : 'Ypqnay) hve'1re, | ", as. yet, ..,youo have DC). ,protection against AiunvV, .]
road runs adjacent to land in section
'iuii DOOM] OF VENICEIT 27, T. 19, R. 31 8., In said county and The' "' *" 'Alum"in '
_PeLand. Florida._ I is that when toe cny max1; wa af_.1 whereas Seth Woodruff is desirous; of ', only ;$"protection' against!? your .Baking Powder is .(o,

S. B. Wright. Jr. : bell of the cathedral was not thrown of placing a fence on the easterly edg-
S.IaR B. Wrlaht. MAY BE TO LIE IN THE BOSOM OHTHE from Its place, but still bangs as It of the embankment of said road, and '

WRIGHT & WRIGhT ADRIATIC. originally/ did. The eo 1lnlr'.torm" baa agrees to construct the same as a rail-

fore It reaeho&3amaica"stire'up'the' lug for said road; .
ATTORNEY -A'r.LAW. waters of the Caribbean and sends In Now, therefore It Is ordered that iSiijiQiltl
PCBLIC Tb. Faoion; Delhi of St. Mark'. May
NOTARIES upon the-shore-deep Office. Toll on Ot" .'. Dei>tU. Llk Tha. which he may use as a pasture fenceon
O .1 at Telegraph through tbe sunken city and set tbe '(aill "# .
of Old 'Volt floynl-Th. Sunken bell the easterly margin of said em- ;
DE. MID FLORIDA <<:Cltlvi! *li. World.It a-tolllng.sunken bankment In such a manner as it anal : _&tl
Another of I.Baiae. I. BAKING
city renown also act as a railingfor said road, and :: _
J E. ALEXANDER, U believed by mnny tbat VeniceIs that splendid resort on the ItalIan the said Woodruff to keep such fencein ,. ,
linking Into the Adriatic and that coast where Nero and CaJIgula repair. Said fence to contain not I '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. cbs gradually will disappear beneath "reveled and drank deep. A 'straggling less than three boards and one or two 'I ,
village and heaps of marble' ruins smooth wires.It .
from '
tbe waters of tbe great lagoon
still stand the shore and bear the Ife further ordered tbat the county
Office DeLand in Brush, Florida.Block. wblcb her puluce crowned Islands name of Balae npon but the greater part qf protect the said fence from destruction ROYAL made from Absoi.u't X. .ly pure,;:< rea n-of, Tartar.-a
NII\ Practice In State and Federal tirlit Otber cities have gone that tbe city lies beneath the waters of the by persons as though the same Aids
were placed there by the and .product, .Ciigieition-addaitotthe-healthfujness of
Courts way before ber. and sblps now sail Mediterranean and tourists from Na that the said Woodruff shall county also:have ," ,\. :

over apota which were once teeming pies go out there to gaze down Into the the right to protect the Bald fence aa ,

D K. U. A. DAVIS.PBYIIICIAN with a populous. life. waters and try to catch a glimpse of though It was on his own land. and he
At tbe entrance to the harbor of Kl6giton ,
the submerged city. Is authorized to take any steps necessary ,
SURGEON, .tai.I ; I I. I.
*. : AND Jamaica' the original city of Port The resort of all,tbe'wealthy' noble for such protection in the name -'I '.

DELAND FLORIDA. Royal lies fathoms deep beneath the of Rome when Borne'waa mistress of ot the county of Volusla but at his AT; THE: I1U1HE: : Union Bible School InstituteA I Mardi Gras New Orleans, Mobile;; and

I Office at residence Indiana avenue blue and sunlit waters of the Caribbean the world, Balae was a marvel of luxurious own expense; the county not to be put Penaacola Feb. 7th to 12th 1907, from
Conrt House. to in caringfor .. ... -..., "" Union Bible School' ''Institute1' will Jacksonville Pensacola and return
i sea. A narrow strip of land ou splendor Palace after palace any expense protecting
Offlee' Hours: 9 to Ii. 2 to 4, and 7 to 8MRS. imnll settlement and a I, laid fence. Ht.Morning.'Ftteie .tbolle'ChaNIa.i, be held at the Presbyterian church, $1323, Mobile $13 85, New Orleans
whIch are a was built the shore and architect
on Pension claim of Mrs Deveroux ap and eveningsorrloajiever Tutmjay, and Wednesday, February 1960. tickets on sale Feb. 6th t6 11th
fort. Is all that Is left of what was designed magnificent structures extending ; 12th and 13th, by Rev. M. B. Porterof
proved.The inclusive final limit' leaving New
BAERECKE M. D. Snnday with the exception of the second
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VIDA once the richest and wickedest town:In out Into the sea. communication of the New Pro Sunday of each month. Mass and ear 'Rithm nd. Va. Following Is the Orleans, Mobile and Penaacola Feb.

I "' the West Indies. It was the resort of When Rome decayed and thf Goths cess Cement Co. of Wilmington. Dela- mon at 10 a.' nl:,"followed Sunday' program, : 17tb. By payment ot fifty cents and

I PHYSICIAN;; SURGEON. pirates who rested there from their ravaged Italy', Balae was sacked by wale in relation to a proposition of school. Evening service 7:30.: :.. TUESDAY depositing ticket with Ticket Agent/
i depredations and made the city hid the Invaders.: Soon after1' the city began building hard service roads was read !:OO"p 'to. k'How to Improve the ticket can ,be extended i, to i March 2nd.

I Office on East New York Avenue eous with their revelry. But these pirates to link First the buildings which and a special meeting of the Board Methodist Episcopal 1 Church tie.tit. Sunday,School"; followed by ,dlscusatqrut For Pullman reservations and detailed
FLORIDA. of their loot bad their foundation was called for February 14th at 7:JO .- information call on or write Frank C.
to In the subsided
stores water
UELAND. brought great -
: Regular sarvlc s>.very Babbatbra .141. lfcll M. AI TeJLlTe'i's District ,
p. m. to take the "matter up with the ? Training Boyiaton Passenger' Agent.
the city. and Its commerce grew ani Jflouriehed. ] beneath th. waves, and then president of said company relative to and 7 80 p m; Sunday school.,at ,0, 11:10: pvn' "Bible Study' at Home. Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville, Fla.
DR. A. 8. MUNSON. ., Palaces and church**were the sea mode an attack on the land. building a hard road from DeLand to a m; Junior Epworth League 8pmSen; WEDNESDAYS

built. a pirate often striving by a rich Gradually the shore line receded and Daytona. lor Epworth League 80 p mt mid-week rnl V7I
the Mediterranean yermeeting Wednesday 7 80 A .& 3-00 p. m. ,How to Study the Les1011" ...... '
HOMEOPATHIC pnYSICA.Office endowment of a church to square his flowed through the The license tax on photographers prav Ob.F. ,
accounts with heaven streets where Hadrian had driven his was reduced to (1.50. cordial invitation la extended,.toi,.al ; followed.! by discussion. Mn. F. was a very stern woman,

Second, Door South of Fisher's Throughout the greater part of the Imperial chariot and'Horace bad walk- W. P. Edwards was Instructed to these. service' .,. ,', 4:00ljp"" m.' "Work- Between Sun- who demanded Instant and unquestioning

Drug* Store. seventeenth 'century no...town.In" the ed thinking of his next poem. grade sidewalk at rear of Court Bouse The FlratiMethodlst Episcopal thareh days.7.30 So- obedience from ber children,
: m. "Young- Peoples
HOURS 10 to 12;, a. m. 3 to 5 The county prisoners were ordered p.. .
OrpiCB: ; These1 promontories crowned! with says Chums. One afternoon as she
8 western world wile so magnificent as I transferred within ten days to Commissioner Rev. Win. J. Harknesa,'Ph. 1>., Paa c1etlel//
and 7 to p. Florida.m." to Its. buildings or so luxurious as to Its grand towers and gorgeous palaces, Potter's district for workon tor.: i :All churches and Sunday schools are was working In her sewing ,room a
DeLand -
habits as Port Kojal Then one ,'''ty In were undermined and toppled into the Peninsular road from Seabreeze to Sunday school 10 a. m. r Pveachtof moat cordially invited to all these storm came up, and she sent ber son

QR.: JOHN REEVE, 1002) the anger of the Lord sho'!'i tht deep until at last the major part of Inlet. I'service 11 00 a. in j Epworth League 6:411: meetings,' and to take part: in all dlscuatrione John to close the trap leading to the

stand of Jamaica and the great' part the splendid city was submerged. Its Commissioner Potter was author- p. tu Preaching! service 'at 7:80( pmA ,at Also all young people's Oat roof of the bouse.
of Port Royal sank beneath tie!' sea, disappearance was not sudden like ized to accept the proposition of Citizens I cordial"'invitation extended to'' all cieties are invited to join in tbe meet- "But mother"- said John.

i .:.IYSICTANAND'Office SURGEONijA. !" '" :; carrying with It hundreds of Its iihabitant. >>| tbat of Port Royal and due to some of Holly Hill for furnishing marlto friends and.strangers. injf Wednesday evening1. "John,' I told you to shut the trap."

in'store recently- 'occupied!by .. Towers. churches i pnliice+ convulsion of nature, but Balae went Hill county from free Daytona for road to through Ormond Holly, and I A*ITesujTerlan: Cbarch.! .- 'l .. I' "Yesbut,' tnother"-
down id its death Venice "John shut that
gradually as trapl"
JJelleuV Residence 406 West forts' went'' down,( of the ;
Dr. many also- to complete the work as1 requested 'Bible"sbh.) at 9:i$'shar "Morningwotahlp *<<,n'.,Unl ii of Presbt.rIaChureh.: '
New York Ave:: i not tumbling In mini by tbe shock I I. said to1 bv going.In by the citizens of Holly Hill o'clock''thenJ66r "All right, mother if ;you say 111,Jbat"
at U : /ern>on"Th :
DtLndFlor4da.: sat sinking bodily beueatb the waves Holland. < tbe 'sab ia ucevof
J Oa a bright .day.t.sa'lllngover"th" 'land baa- brought It aboutIbat many County Commissioners was fixed at Endeavor oci t)1.' :46 pi .m.' $IIJ.Rtlth Church was organized at tbe Parish' ,"John!l" ", .. '
QR. H. D. BRACEY. I spot where Port Kay at once stood; on towns one pOpulonrarenerwlee.ved. |33, beginning January t, 1907.' Woodard. I Jea
can look fur down through the "deal by the sea. Tbe old Roman camp atBrlttenbor'aft ,' Clara Mayo was granted a rebate of 7:80. ,of.bobt aStu.Th.formation of this the trap Tbe'afternoon. went by,

DENTIST. : wattM-auJ' *>. tbt .rtto l IU.I..lelt1. rt sinking1! .beneath the $4 O In valuation' on lots 1 to 1+, sub AilHretcojivttedf! Union la for the purpose of tbe men of and. the storm bowled and raged 'Two

still standing there ou the ocean bot waves. emerged.again ,la 152C\' only to of Jot 6, Ormond, to apply on 1000 tax. At'the Christian! Charcbo, tbd ch'trou' to take. a more ()tfvIj. part hours ,later the family gathered for

Office\ : First door went of Bank. wltb nnbet. swimming 'abou disappear and its remains now lie la Frank Brown was allowed a rebateof BibW ( school Lords.,Dayi 100J..lm.I ; In cborohiwor. Inolodlnr'tbs'mMi' of tea, and when the meal 'Was half over
torn $50 In valuation on lots 29 and SO also there
congregation are over onehuti'drednd'
deep water tbe town of KatwUk. Preaching 11 a. in ; Christian Endeavor the Aunt Mary.' who with
DeLao" Florida.MA8SAGB \ opposite was staying
.'among Its towers and great"'troplca sub of E + of block 161, DeLand to > : the membersbfp'wlll' begreatiy
: The original'Katwljk Itself'dOw fl'43: 'P m: I Prea'cblng' 7:3tp: ot; Prayer Mrs. F.,' bad not appeared, Mrs, F.
seaweeds waving from It. suukeiwalls. apply on 1906 tax. 'Meeting'WednesdavrPSO. : 'to("Mora- iaoraascdi, .fI i future imeattaiga.Tbe .
0 U beneath the waters .as also ars .tbe Mrs Sloggy was allowed a rebate "Th Bible iimnert p .Jtoad.!' Onion meets every second and started an Investigation. She did no).

,-, The negroes of, Juuncilca-and om4 original town' At' Schdt'enIi2eft'D m. ol-'fJOO' In valuation on .40 acre'bto Ev ate aabject nlng.; "Influence:: Company.Illna- fbo.r and have to ask many questions.: John anvwered -

A. M. GOODMAN', M. D.' whit people.I too.-will tell you.tbat be burg'sn' 'E mond.'"'In'faet,-'.'*uee e- apply on'1900 tax, on trated by Chemical.Affinity,'f Thrill will Sid*,front)tb.i hnrob"workii,the social the SF50 0110.' {

Fore a storm the sunken bell of thi slow of towns'" bearing''these 5tflg5 being widow. bee block.board"exercise) or chalk"tklfc feature will be a pleasant one at these ,"Plea_ mother she Is .up on the
HISS MAUD GOODMAN now' at the bottenr' of'the.HII4'lop", The treasurer presented his reportfor All are cordially invited ." .*: .. meet bl1l. The 'Officers' the' tjhlonarev \ roof.
\\lilch went wltl
great[ cathedral! down ba,.. been! rebuilt,farther the month of January together ,Wn JI i D..J3prakei! Pneld Qt,,'. Mr
he; city on that awful. .ilayju .10U(\!) can repeatedly With'his' books and accounts, which Jv; w.' B. Sirrra A. P. Longdon Secretary Mr. B L. star _....
inland as the land sunk and the waves .Pastor.St. .. .
BOULEVARD b. heard distinctly tolling below tbe ,
: 'and and :
521 WOODLAWN were examined approved' McBride TreasurerClrl "Did you i marry me for my: money
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waves rung as a warning by tbe ,come In to take possession., paid warrants ordered destroyed The .. Uarnabas Church.: or my good looks?" ,
COUNTY 'ABSTRACT gbontly. bands of the spirit of departKl The Goodwin sands, large and dangerous report showed the following balances: 1'1 "Ityourmitt'or'wou't' answerthat, 1
v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE shoals olt ,the southeast coast General revenue fund ,. .41215.15 St. Barnabas' 'Eofscopal'choroli: Rev/
buccaneers whIch b:unit tbe Bubtna- 'i 71J' 11
COMPANY. ripe city., Peoplevnir do'not believe In of En'gJBnd-were'. once abbvH thfe' water .' Hard road fund .. .. file,\97ti Campbell Sray.. Rector "" .,Urpartment. pf.thl ;VVomaB's. : ,Club question fotyou' I shan't. -Houston

.4: but tanitc tlioyhave heard the and formed IC flonrlsntag" estate'; 1>>Fine and forfeiture fund. .. 772.2J Sunday' Feb. lOthj' Qoin4
Bert Fish, cary-.' :. u Ji.- .gholtI.... "-._ ,.f tltM 1 h..ll. sup the xulun..tlnn tb.' property" of Earl"'Godwin J'\ There The mlssellaneous bills against tbe 7 a..mr. HolyCpumo.II..I1a1.bforn-: .u aspiring evuryi to M more active clvio life. ''I 'The'dOWSr'we1d.I '
President Sec.y and Treas. was no city on.the> Godwin'estate..ban county were examined and approvedand log prayer. '; 9:110: a,, intnnday school. Th 1'.re seeking to! ad1f'IfIlIII4't' rove not'plnck lathe i
-- ordered paid. 10:80 a Ill Choral service! with sermon. only one that never 1 loses Its twenty orfragrance
It.subsided, "beneatb the. hot > local pcndltlonB.T p Th Clvia.pepartment
== see, several '
Tlf1 les Injured.; i. I.AostrWts I.I .. : 15 p.m.'EvefloonDitil'ervtc'bt' : IS p. Woinans' Club"! is : .-Alger. ;:
rr of Onr extending a ,
furalahed and titles perieU.. 1-fl ral/t: \ \KiU/U small ,villages' went down to,the m. Ash Wednesday Fehitatb; services ; ,
'hand' all each'effort*"A.:
ed Maps Plats and Blue Prints Sup FACTS INN ATTIRE.Xo deepwhen, (he.tract ol eoantzy, grs- I W Pay,Railroad Fare Both Waft at 10 and 10:80 a. m and 5 p. m. helping meeting war held. Fsbtnary: voryintereiMlac '""'" 't.

... ually disappeared beneath the waters. ---..". .-
plied.. i -- Some i business college have been with, Mrs. Oanlden. as chairman, :I
Uppmlte Volusl County) Dank.DELANO. -. Only Do VTt O.' Iiuptntlonas Dr There are. legends which Way or may offering to pay. railroad fare ,to their Importance; ot BIbIJ S u4y. IJndX f t'hihb1&'Wa iM iMntMr' M Over-WorkWeakent-

n -, FfITYREAl : .o&we, :Bat JIett1UL W.lLj, not be' true' of"loAt'ittt! rfuflk' $t :the school providing yon enrolled and paid .1I.1b eT "" public sentlnMatotbwt ,,

Tat people where ruA-tfown"l n rr- bottom of Swiss lakes.. New York in yonr hard earned caab. so :yon could At the Putnam-Inn last Thursday will cause to removed the nnslgbuy Your Kidneys.
'tN8'CTRANCR Jar -iand, de-
,ESTATE, AND one, who suffer from 1 Indigestion or dyaMpala Mall. not getaway without losing ,what yon evening was gathered, and unsanitary. Arbor Day mother
, OI'I'IOR' .. ,. headache' biliousness, or torpid had paid In. The Atlanta Commercial lighted company to tnJoya ,programof year will be observed bythis depart- Unhealthy Make Blood.i .
Kidney* Impure
liver, coated tongue with bitter taste In Oblivion Is the flower that 1 crows College 84) Whitehall St., Atlanta, Ga., addresbes. and muaic having.as atud its msat. w too mnoh-stress cannot be(put; .. .
becomes and
and it -
the morning poor appetite central Idea Importance ,
E.ILHAYWARD: .",r. necessary to turn to some pole or best on graves.-George Band.The' takes no advantage of anyone. If upon of the Bible.' ''Professors Smith and upon thje-i necessity ot' ,tree planting. i All the blood In'your body .pastes through
and their work to beomeifltnnber.
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arriving investigating This rtnif nt hopes -
which will assist Nalursand dep three
strengthener Uook .Vlss Holt kidneys once minutes
the every
. He writes help ,them to get on their feet and thoroughly, It Is found not to I be as ad Wood spoke upon: ; ..>ol,'/'Thei I .Ameriraui.CiviadAsso* your. > 'Thai '
City Property Specialty. Into IU condItIons I f.Tb. lI'n ..........., vertlsed the student in nothing to lenbeck. of Brooklyn, N. Y. upon the .. which oooperationon u L ja. ? kidneys are your'i
the tion
, for the Auliuti ''Tbeleadla! -' fire' put body proper pays conference' held at Geneva, Switzerland c| represents i fctoo p,,,,,,_they m.,,.,
II becoming more and more apparent ibatNature's l''wae' criticising1' th'poelllJust the school but the school pays all carfare 'a' natioHar' scales/ bringing local'
of the .tar out waste
of Amerlca"--one the or
1 .a,e eornpitnf moss valuable hoaltbllvlDIr : and Miss Spauldlntf upon .
brought In by'r the literary eon- from the student's home to the woraer* into--helpful ooatao .,1&1I.ooe i ihebioodiftheysr.aIckoout.!
in impurities in Z
now volunteer
f few companies very agents are to be found In fureal plaauTeffiy student mo.eDHf1l'.receutI1
school ''and return.' also\
They give aguarsutee
California. tribute' aoothei,, J
. Ban J'rafrl8CO held at NashvilleTwo- young men
-'No 808 Boulevard'DeLand.: : 1'.a.( :; forty years ago Dr.fc.V. Pierce. "You speak of the..'spirit of'' the forest that if at the completion of also spoke upon the College Y, M U. of order, they fall to do. r
tbe tbe student has not found if :;; 5 '
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now consulting physician to the Invalids course i l54! : I their work. .
( ''thef* i Is work. Several of the localclergyspoke
be said. "Do you think ) A. v
Hotel and SUrllc.ll08\I\u\e, .Buffalo, that the work of the Atlanta Commer F..ulto.l'o.\Yert.MOt.lJg? Pains aeheaand rheumatism j,
t :. ." .; K. Y.. discovered that by scientifically: such thins .* a forest- spirit;'...distinguished elal College ie all thai is claimed for in upon the importance of Bible : ,;, '. from -' '.
the direction came cxI -
music-was'under .
; His extracting combining certain medtef- from any' othef'klndf"' in their advertising matter, be presents study The : .I IceUeiui1aecIththe
)fV .o. ''The14s 8t.1iotibll ttII'' '!'raff Grow Wa! .
V9 from native rootSfroiB taken of Prof. WobbBiU..and WO
: nal principles ,
this effect and
. tbW literary written statements to
sir" responded
-Tea a 'I
our American forastst he eould produce fiercely much enjoyed.' Rev. CainpbgU (}ray .o iiMioiD, rUt bold<-, an,Important. .blood, due. to. .neglected. .
D ntlst a BMdlolne. which wasr. marvelously contributor. "Didn't'you' 'ever receive every cent of tuition paid. presided over the meeting; ,The iratatherlnjr wasting at the oonrt hopes. on Monday kidney trouble ,
i ..7V. fflclent In curing eases of blood ..u.,roer bear of .uch a thixg .. wood alcohol Thus, yon tee. this commercial. school of'such a 'Company''"and the1! next '*T t'Volodft'p.'m' :' The WreOWrs Kidney trouble eausss quick or unsteady; ':
Laad1ao' aDd liver and stomach trouble. well as based on progressive, honest business hold.a' meeting heart beats, and makes one feel as though ;
. p.. 0. IDotktD Chicago Tribune. unfolding ot snchi'an>Important topld of tjte> A o UjUo wH' it
other chronic, or ligerlng, all.tentL methods, askes no- one to take chances had heart '
Many I 1:30 they trouble, became the heart .laovwworklnr'Mpumplnr
tlmel and not only so, but _t D1 .
. Ieitta of was most) ,; '
Thl ntat c
onc made in advertising
ffoutaud1.8Ota4: : Naore''l1t&tlty f he named "QoMorf \Medical &.1&.._&.. ..._.. on glaring matter statements. ., discount it placed emphasis l upoq necessity, 'C'ih"IJ'( 1'lOjk: '\l etW "iii 1101 4llbat 'thlek; kidney.' ...J
tha blood by or coupons of methods. and renewed Interest awlS be poisoned blood. through valna and/ arteries." i;
I. Discovery/' purities : H Macanlay; la- DOt! usually regarded asa bnt better aWfrirtt Jgroivnnrtlgrka CM .
drafts rates
special gives a
:" puttlnrth*> '.tdmch<.ndfIIver Into or a'' d'td' hink1dfOod'd will, bet It used to be ooiuudored that only urinary .
ID the study / iitftp" matter
Jiumorons' wrlten. bat In his ,'Uistor7oEngiand" that makf the student safe lP* \ ,
helping the > guarantee trembles were to'be traced to'the '
W. C* CANNONS' healthy condition thereby wort.iTbo.e-who: originatedr the sa.et4tag t berorSTh&iaijcIatlrsM3arAlir j btt f orodn..d rli- kidneys.: ,
4l aUon 904 _lmlla*, the ,.thanhaaadjhmve tnalll ibotidhtak.'.it :
f'd S ie sr Mi' .- Th..I..ewMk'tomacJa. l lag In relating the death of Charles It. second guarantee that makes him absolutely deserve* : : >fs s* all constitutional diseases have their: begin-'? \
I at-i Amoolatlon..for 11
LtnIje: heartyapprCCiatif a H yho ii tersliiaiba"
Indigestion! torpid liver or bll He says:' "Several' of the prescriptions 'safe after he baa paid in his <( Wrl l"'beG nittgiiVlldnltt'oubleI' l i 't -,"".It---: .5 .'
0t and kindred derangements.k..eased.ongue.w14bbttsT. I tended, baa Cblu'.nt'tie'or.trrallllelltll !
onsneas ,, ,, -
finished the These I
and 'T "
Flir Fa.hloaable-TUftIOUU- H ? have,been, preserved.:" Ode Of them M money course i r T r --I. '1 Ito -t bntap-I.' .. Vo.lusj .J you an sick,you can make no nlataktt,
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t or bid taate In the morning, frequenth.adsche.feel i signed by 'fourteen doctors.. u.I recovered two guarantees are enongh to convince j EnterUlnsaeaiU I) ft 'Tbe.AssoQlaUoniiant"iirilourdf'itlH by first doctoring your kidneysTh* mlldi-" .". ;1
Bus meet. all trains at A C L. Depot weakeasUj &lied.UtcJaea ary fair minded person that this school : 'Miir'gt4w! add the waraortUaiy effect: of Dr. iiimes'siEwamp.Rot. '::11
his senses. but ht was evidently On Tuesday alteration end ,. the : **:
Hsi-k* ..... moral I.* Bed slsnHJBJ b&ck'give.outeaailyand I puts nothing Into print that it does 'not !
p. Bv tralna >t Orange City, and Qltdlt, or M&M pain, belching In side of 'as, or la a situation of extreme *...,/' make good* tbe statements in Its advertising ; ,l $tb. 'I3ere ,;wil! } be an entet, aal allold 41b1 I .,......"aow..1 realize.!;:,"itstandsihehlfheat,the t for .i IiiweddeffuIeuv1bfemo.tdisw.setmt I.soon III .II
t. trains at IM-Land Ju otlon. U tlu .arbotivroutasV Irregular bowels, feel & .lBrnattna l- matter can always be relied talninentln .the' Vacant $pEl7 I store ., ;'
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Haok.BUM (,Knits*lTH nefurd.Gentle with Thlllf sequatlonf or.klarad ......... this H aid of the'Cakholirf itfotory; l'n v..bl h. ,
; DI. Its exclusive1 control section ; ee fly is_now menace rite \\1"
hontrs and! oareluldrivers., V, /.' .nmptona, that, pout' ant'kldoe: ..... I r'This] 'popular- l fiction :Lls' all rot. ''la upon.""of- hIS, famous:Byrne.Simplified the datek". and i don't fail''o lIe't.' ... ...a 'iISd.I"f"II' 1OIMfttt1< ''''rP thiS ....all....w..u.-rilf( :. .,, .- :
Fli."Will atomaoh/llver by druggttqnfifty-
DeliiKl mantof
Phon. your get a good supper plenpio.4r.sm.iss4eaerlInd'3 -
". a. I ( ,...lc\\ the :'Qoldsn) Medical. Discovery.* ,rent life"the girl's" I.CberlGtOOlD object.to Shorthand and :.Practical Bookkeeping.Its [ Ia oMN-'J'.JI,sauce 11J08iP.- oeM *none-do1Isr' Sbes.4'IYouses1hys
r.- :.ii t" will correct more speedily! and perm,, the-tea A Of her Choice."* ' thoroughly; ;equipped Employment !!!fII't .., I T ::J <<:J"c1= !! ? 5tta,7 ? a" I .

:fj I pay for the JACK- gently than any other known agent. Coo I "TOttta"" Wrong' there.' ''He1',often eb Bnrean, give it a great' advantage over el ____' ,_, .. t'I.r I I 1 sample bottle by mall _.,..-

\,: $4r 00 BONvtLt.. mv :*'il'ttJ' _All IDa Its n.Inlrndleow alcohol or printed laabl'.formloll'41"'p.In plain Ear ': ects:; bot! be'. aanalty too-**... to any other commercial schools.' It can turn. I -,rb4eeslMNtiiE.: : f"..,, "I. aroni-tii -l-.u-.I.) .nittf I aju"Scholarship' free alsetemphlM tell you how M?I fta4

.. UOuoa .* anytnin '.'*-ntt burg post oat a practical bookkeeper I or tsten Tn. ipneaLzpeeing4; thePoJorePscple. (\ fofr out If you .bay" .kkutejir. or bladta troubl
MKTBOPOMSjUJBjUJanuary. the of these in <*
ographer by use systems ,
j sole motive for snbstltntlon Is 1 Forward Movement Will beheld Mentton this paper when writing IflhnstJ
The '
,.; 1908. The quicker youseniU .permit' the dealer to make little- uioeiTofit. w ''to"tT" fc T. ., I'J about bait the time-required! schools at the ifothef 'Mta: G4OE.DSIIIo'Tneeda "t.i lri"1a4ji&! ; .Wan*In r&We4trie4TapbJ ftllQa..IP ingMlflIe H. Y.. '.1,'." ,", I '

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.\ :'I" OLUSIA COUNTY RECORD It is said that the auto races ALL OVERTHE COUNTYITEMS I Everett BarkRdale ofTtimpleft"' first state can make or enforce no laws depriving reachhe, Oriental,school and It is said

tit Ormond.this year fell fso flat, STETSON : I of the week for; Miami, after :'visitingUs a .naturalised citizen of the that,,only./Japanese' 1/ student Is now '
: I father here for a fortnight.'. 'United States of any of his privilegesor attending it Let |ns now look at this '
:\ were not to what" had been OF INTEREST WAFTED TO
up UNIVERS.fY'Af'the .. The wrecking crew have about cleared rights. Thus, Callafornla In barring question from a commercial standpoint.
entered In the PmVtffloe at DeLand. 1'1.M expected, that i it will'be' the last THE RECORD OFFICE BY iTS op thai, wreck which occurred week ago the Japanese from her school would When) the Europeans began to trade

seoond olMS matter. '- held We hope thi. 'isnot"so": CORRESPONDENTS.Pierson. Monday. about two miles north of here.' be breaking this law. And why should with the rich countries of the B8B*, '

PBETilT ft Preprleter With-the matter properly ban last Presentation "Day the -- Mr: Kerr, sister -and 'cousin, of California wish to separate the races? getting;"*Bplc68, silts';and other things,
'f' B. K. Editor Metcalf in his the greatly benefitted In a commercial -
Secretary on they were
: 'tied, with new fast machines to President of the University announced Urbana. Ill., are stopping a few days in report
,,.1" -.-- .--------- I'It enter with a view to breaking the receipt of gifts in moneyto' the town at J. O. :Prevatt's boarding house. Japanese question speaks of the Japanese" way..On geographical position }
,othe/ Asian > {
being admitted. students to the with regards to Japan'and
The Tampa Tribune )has absorbed former records it would draw I University from Mr. John B. Stetson, Representative Morrlnon of Barber- Madames B. S. and B. M. Hale left a 'find ",
University of California and the Leland countries Is velrjr'-good by trading
!t"" the Evening News of that Mr. S. Elizabeth Stetson, Mrs. J. vllle Wall In thin section Thursday few days ago to spend some time with
thousands to the State to witnessthe Stanford University All the teachers with these ..nations.' Portland, (Seattle,
place, and now Brother Stovall event especially of the auto' Lewis Crozer, Messrs. Arthur M. C. H. Johnson photographer is takIng their -children end grandchildren In whom the Secretary has consulted have San Francisco1 and other Paoiflk coastcities"wonld"itk6"EflrOper'be"grStiy
Heath of Chicago, F. E. Bond of De- Jacksonville.? _. ,
fine at
la at the head of a morning and .* some pictures place. : I spoken in high terms of the cleanliness, :
r sporting'element'JAnother Land j:B. Conrad of Glcnwood E. The sacred song service at Peter Pier- Mr. and Mrs. E., W. Hammond, good behavior. and studious.apiri. of benefltted. Therefore has the! state of
evening paper. .......,.-..'..., .- -' """ O.TPainter'Jacksonville;! A.' D. McBride spending the'winter' at *Nw[ Smyrna ', '
V'-'ffi / : '
1 < son's last Sabbath evening was fine. the Japanese students. If' this be.trne California! or rather ft few short-sighted
:( good; Florida. hog item. ,' G. 'A.' Dreka, George Wilson, were over Friday last, guests of Mr
The Brownsville is stilluseful Honest Nets Pierson is having a siegeon why should American children be'sep labor leaders'th''right, to, deprive the ;
r name and Mrs.! E:M..Wool wine.
the Star : 'Sai.ct.shrewd a Dr Ceo "Davis., Ward
Say Ocala! Fisher ,
identification ... the federal grand jury in Jackson arated! from them Could not many use natrAi of this great commercial good,
as a means of W. 'C. Cannons E. L. Hon continued drouth broken -
p farmer the other day to a. Gould ville. The long waa them as an example in these things? by angering the Japanese on this school
but the controversy seems Gim Gong, W.B.. Fudger, Judge Stew- Monday night by a three inch fall of: '
j. Star reporter, 'Raising hogs beats Charlie Kurtz a dauntless deputy All churches :send missionaries to question The United States should not
? branched off onto art,i Mayor\ Egford 'Bly, J. F. Allen, rain. It will take several snob rains to
to have if the Japanese
lands ; too,
now the brange'or; any other industry sheriff of DeLand made a business tripto in the ground. foreign to educate the heathen, allow.it. Then
Dr. Davis H. B. a good season
y. question Stevens, Lincoln Hulley, Post-Master The box social at the hall Friday do <*
: try to learn we are quick to disapprove. war with this country great -
fit Market-;-- "reports, : say) that i 'the has a hundred brood'lOw8, Hibbard, S. D. Jordan'A. L. Smock Dominick Mowtaln of East Piersonnow nigbt:was a delightful success. ,A1 This is surely not just/ The Oriental harm to the United Stated. And nowI
since October he has V.JM.. Fountain A.! H.. Ryland Edi- rides a gentle nag. purchased from seemed to have a merry, good time.
an4 ever !
$ beef the hoof has been school In the burned district of San- will leave the question, but hope you
of on
Web Powell trader.
:.f price tor-Codrington, Editor Prevatt, W. D. the Another one will be given shortly.,
been selling; from five to six' heada Francisco, and although the methods of Judges will consider carefully these few '
raised/'Glad t6'see somebody cab E. L. Powe John Dillard of canter- '. D.! returned home
[ Haynes. J. .H. Cranor, Emporia was Mrs; Harper to before '
'week and as the meat is all learning are much the lAme as In the facts I have erlven-you making
I p. raise'the price*'J.t has beert both' ; Druggist ;Lumfey.Dr..,. Munson Dr. ing over_thl" pike Thursday, seated upon -' Crescent City first of this week after a American'schools,, i it is very' hard to I your decision.
erinK/ us for some time. ,, retailed, you can see the money McDiarmid. Dr. Taylor. Marsh & Mc- a three year old bronco. week's attendance on her sick daughterMrs. .

if ; 1 I he'" is, 'making. out of the' b'usinesa. Elroy, E.. T. Clapp, James Perkins, Miss Maggie Hill and Miss Julia Ben- B. M. Robinson. We are pleased

This speculation about; Senator ." ]. F. Allen Judge' McCrory, S. A. oil accomplished ladles of Barberville to note her oonvaleslng. :&:&:&:

minority leader might Wood Elmer McBride, ]. H. Hay- visited at this place Monday The'people, town: here that were
as a
Bailey in'order, if it were absolutely jrJeff, \ ,Browne, late chairman of ward,.,C A. Reeve, W. C. Jackson, O L, Harper of Maytown Sundayed posted last enmmer with the white fly I ,
be more Bai- the Railroad Commission, "will H." J. Wilmshurst, McDonald: Herd here with home folk. returning to hisnavalsto..s had better get some one In their, groves Volttsla I County Bank
certain! that Senator Keyster and Waltz and Miss Neal of and hava'every leaf pulled from trees,
be"a :candidate for Governor if factory Monday.
ley would be in a position to hold Jacksonville. and bnrnetUigJSome have already haVthelr's .
: ; Pierson the East Pierion DELANO FLORIDAMerchants'
the field ii clearly open for his Capt. .Peter _
'The above friends of the University stripped/and'others'shonld do J
the : .
'. job._ _ candidacy, and be,is not alone. have been large givers. Four- trucker Orlando and wide-tire florist, now owns a bran likewise, and are if we,can', blot this, \. AND '

'. If the managers of the Congressional The' woods are full of would-be fifths of them and more are not members new waggon. pest from our vicinity.O'range'City.. .. '
We to note the fact that Bank
Re ord want to make candidate.:' :There will be no end of the Baptist church. They deserve are sorry
Miss Ada Jones la afflicted with
( it. a really readable sheet'' they gubernatorial/ aspirants long credit and recognition for the a distressing cold and sorely hoarsness. ( (Branch .1 VoliuU County Bank) '
interest they take in the maintenanceof -
ought to' help Billy Mason'and before the 1908'campaign opens.It Capt. John Horn the faithful black. DAYTONA FLORIDACondensed
this splendid institution of learning. (Miss! Ada Q. Massey the duly accredited -
( --'--.
Col.J.Ham. Lewis in their efforts i is to'be hoped that the democratic One is a Chinaman. Several are Roman smith of the Lake George timber agent of The Record at Orange' u- -(

voters of Florida' will not company.Bnndayed with his dear family City and will accept subscriptions and 1907
f .to.come to Congress.. Catholic., some are Methodist; ads for the same. Any courtesies extended -, .Statement January 24,
,,, !make _themistake they,.made in a large number are Presbyterians. ; here. her will be duly appreciated.) (Comptroller-Call)
J. Our friends at Ifaytona should naming the last two chief execu- some are Espiscopalians. 'A few are Miss Addle Dartis, one of nature's at

'k' draw off their forces for a county tors of Florida. non-church members.The tractive emblems from Beresford was Mrs. Brennah Is very ill agaln; Loans and Discounts ." $439,708.71

division. We have at present a ,_- great thing about Stetson University here Saturday looking over the bloomof Mr. and Mrs. Poole who have been Stocks and Bonds 6,150.00 .

and there will be John Sharp WinUms'and' Senator : "ft that it is a. thoroughly her 14th spring. rooming with Mrs.. Varney went away Overdrafts 1,501.46
decent county
Christian institution under the controlof Mrs. Nels Pierson., proprietress of the Saturday. Banking Houses and Fixtures :
'; DO division to saddle are extra Drniel were' discussing the the Baptist denomination as defined Pierson boarding house and successful Miss Irene Scott entertained a nnm Volusia County Bank $ 7774.67 .

},i. taxation upon the people. fortifications bill, and the former in the charter. It was foundedby poultry farmer, is lambasting the egg ber of friends Monday evening, It being Merchants' Bank 11,899.89) ) .,

J: declared that there should be Christian men and women. The eaters with frehh hen fruit. She ships her fifteenth birthday. All had a good 10,074.58

; Now it appears .there are five heavy fortificationsalong the Vir. boy's dormitory is in charge of an about two cases each week. time. Real Estate 4,583.25
inlands ,in the broad-mind Rev. Sachett of the New York con- Collection Account 32.06
hundred honored largehearted
more ;
otherwise an invad- I
ginia capes, ; There! was divine service at the
feren'ce who is spending the winter in Cash hand and in banks
'.. Philippine Archipelago than we ing ;|,t might, get up to Wash: minister of the gospel The youngladies' ,Baptist church .Saturday and Sabbath DeLand, preached two very able ser M7,0S6.07Total

':. thought we were buying. And ingt n. "Perhaps you are right," excellent dormitory Southern is woman in charge from of Balti-an I' morning at the usual hours, and there mons last Sunday In the M. E. Chnroht $088,730.11

I i Spain unblushingly, still fails to said the'old-'Confederate', but 1 more whose family is'one of the old- was also worship and in the Lutheran Rev. Antle and wife returned to O. OTneday ,
} apologize for having gold-bricked- was.'trying to'get) into' Washington eat and most honored families in Virginia. morning evening. a. m. Mr. A. is to remain In Capital stock. iii co.ood.oo) ) I I
u Capt. D D. Durden,
US. -. from 1861 to J.805r and never Every effort is made at Stetson the.wealthy charge of the church here the followingyear Surplus and undivided profits 43,341.72
naval stores and sawmill. of
\ ": ,University to promote a healthy operator and services will be conducted as Deposits 519,90.OOertificate' \) \) '
succeeded until 1884. It was in his beautiful .
accompanied by
The next time the Standard moral and spiritual life among the follows: Sunday school at 10; preaching of deposit-demand 18,900.67 j

''f Oil Co. has to choose a biographer the latter year that"Mr. Danielwas students. Parents sending their chil- wife and babe, was ruralizing here 11 a. m.j; Jr Epworth League at 8; Olaaa Certificate of deposit-time (01,578.63 ... i
week Mr. and Mrs. Hiram
this of
elected.-Memphis Commer dren Stetson University guest, Meeting 6:80: and preaching 7 m.
'tlr it probably will select Ida Tar- boys or girls to Ashley. p. '
,. to the Interstate cialAppeal.How '- may feel just as safe about them Everybody welcome. Total. $088,730.11
in -
: bell preference The people of this and the 'I
young The !Sate for "My Lord In Livery" is '
as if they were under their own roof. -.
t: Commerce Commission and much better it would be The.teachers at Stetson University Emporla communities highly enjoyed a set for Monday eve, Feb. 11th. This i is I, S. A. Wood. cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly :

f figure that it has gotten off pretty for the State of Florida and to just as the students of Stetson Uni- fast hop given at the Harvey Bowen in charge of Miss Neva Benham, a stn swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledgeand
Lake Hester Hotel latter last
place I belief. s. A. WOOD Cashier. I
dent of Emerson
Boston. The
well at that. College,
I her people if all that money the versity, represent all of the denomi- Friday night. The skillful musicians
: nations. They are Christian men and proceeds are to be used to repair our Correct, attest: J. B. CONRAD, F. R. OSBORNE, A. S MUNSON
? : The details of the Harry Thaw Governor is spending/; dredgesand of the Powell String Band furnished the street crossings, and a full house is ez
: ditches women of superior fibre. They have mnsio. Sworn to and subscribed before me the 2Bth day of January S
trial is being dished out cutting were expended pected Dancing to follow program. A. D. ,
I i. murder the utmost liberty to inculcate moral Mr. Hiram Ashley, overseer, and 1907. ROBERT H. BOYD
": daily to newspaper readers. The for hard -surface, roada and -spiritual truth. The institutionis Lawrence Hubbard skillful loggingman 85o.General admission 25o, reserved seats [SEAL]. Notary Public.oKitCKKectcaxtcfctaaa&i .

the defense and for the public schools. The Christian but not sectarian. Sectarian
t. leading lawyers for of Lake Helen, accompanied; by
i Mr. and Mrs. Heebner .
William D. --adboo_ .
Governor has been at it now for tenets have never been taught removed this nm'nn.nmnn' noTresp..ss ------ -
Savannah Mrs. Ashley, to vicinity
one, Hartridge, have issued cards in invitation to the .
and not five miles of here. There il no Divinity School in and housed
each over a year, Friday are snugly in the of
by.the their Miss
were paid $100,000 marriage daughter
.f,< connection with the institution. Here- Houston house, their former comfortable notices printed on cloth, fo
;i: millionaire Thaw family. ditches yet dug, d __an u expenditure tofore the friends of the Universityhave quarters.Mrs. Clarella to Mr. Ira B. Barr, of Lands. sale at The Record office.
..., o. nearly 9150,000 ot dale. Pa., also the Northern home of .
preferred to support the Southern -
Carolyne Miss Mary Harper,
f 'There is a bunch of American the people's money. For the Baptist Theological Seminaryat visions'of Mr.Heebner and tamlly. The marriagewill
two beauty of this place,
marines over' in Pekin that. is Governor to carry'out his present Louisville, thus limiting the work of fashionably gowned in spotless white, "Fountain take place Feb." 20th at 11 a. m. at JOHN B. WELCH, ,
.. Lake, the pretty Florida
badly in need of discharging, but plans for draining the Everglades the University to those subjects that the reargard of the gay party of twelve home of Mr. Heebner's, a mile east of ORANOB CITY, FLA
the Constitution the tax of are distinctive of a College of Liberal who visited the Ormond-Daytona races,
; if we remember rightly would cost payers here. The family have passed many '
", : does not say anything Florida'at least $25,000,000.Life Arts. However the important foundation -' returned Saturday after visiting several winters with us, and are desirable Fancy and Staple Groceries To- '
principles of ethics, theism and places of interest down the East Coast bacco, Cigars. I
the social of'our
factors in life town
about the President being Com the Bible underly all the work and the I as far aa Miami. Ii

:' mander-in-chief of the Marine insurance"policy holders young people are encouraged to' deVote -I Among the out of town people shopping during the tourist season. .Miss Clarella Dry Goods, Slices, Hats, Etc., Etc. i i
will' feel reassured by the' information la an accomplished charming young \ I
their lives unselfishly the '
to workof
t\; .
here and
Saturday were Mr. Mrs. .
_ lady: ,of attractive personality, of
r, a Best and Freshest
that'Grover Cleveland Christ The students have organ!- Thomas Register of Seville Mr. and Canned Good, I

:t. When, the Legislature 'meets has been chosen//chairman of the zed prayer circle., Bible study Clubs, Mrs. Ira Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. John L'. sweet(
.'d... in April it will evidently stop Association of' .Life Insurance Christian Associations, and are daily Hatcher of Turpentine City,' Mrs. R. J I

:' the Internal Improvement Board presidents; l. recently, organized. impressed at the Chapel services and Moody and Miss Kate Savage 'of East Country Produce bought The Most Critical Tests !

any' 'more ''of the'people's :' at the'Vesper services on Sunday Pierson and Mr. and Mrs. Willonghby.. We wlsh'we had a whole newspaper are applied to the Hobart N. CablePianos ,
; ; is
.fro1lpeuding' The association I composed of '
, {,. in that Ever- with the teachings: of the Bible. Minabew. of Powellvllle. In which to give the entertainment to- Orders receive careful attention before they are placed on sale. .
;}3. money the'executives of the principal Church 'attendance on the part of Arbor Day, February first, was duly nIght' the itemized account .which'It and delivery prompt. You will Tone, Bniah, workmanship are all con
? drainage scheme. The find my prices as low as the lowest. sidered. Therefore we can assert that
; glades life insurance companies and its students is enforced
in this way.
All I celebrated here by our excellent school eserves.. ,, _,. ,... Jive me a calLA
; people; have'!,:'.voted against theproposition purPose ii to increase dividends sub-collegiate: boarding students, under people;, grounds clpaned and oak.and .';'oo much can not be? said in praise of! la The Hobart M. Cable' Piano,
of the fullest
worthy confidence.
* but the Governor and reduce expense to' policyholders 21 years of, age are requited' cedar tree. planted put on four sides of Illas Townsend and Miss' Plalsted, who FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET" You never saw or heard, a better piano '

'il!:. goes right on as though he ,were ,, Mr. Cleveland will act attend' some church service and Sunday the grounds, around tne house' and were the leaders -and of ail the young In Connection. I for the price. *. '
School on the Sabbath. The University -! yards. This sub-district school is moving ladles who so ably filled the places assigned J.'A. ERICKSON. DeLand. Fla.
; : the whole thing. chief counsel for 'the association I
; as co-operates to this end with along all right, without fuss or M them. The motion songs by .
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and as referee,in: cases of every'church In town. Parents and< friction with Miss.Della Leech at the the little tots, eight In number, should ,
/&' : .. 'A winter, visitor,,stopping, at dispute between companies. For guardians are-requested to select the I helm; have: special' mention'at they' carried

Jacksonville, announces that he these services he will receive church their children or ward. are ,Mrs. Paxton: the queenly and popular Out' their parts 'perfectly making a

r.: proposes to be the largest peach from' the" association"a' salary of to"attend. The,work of the week is wife of Col. 1>. B. Paxton, ot. DeLand, pretty,;picture on the stair; decked In

': Florida. He has 'negotiated suspended on Sunday all through the and her two particularly bright. and red sashes and capes over white dre eee. Watts &''Miller ..
jj grower ; Co. .
The I is ,
$25,000 a'year: salary a t'
for immense : University and the office buildings are handsome children were visltine friendsat The Minuet< and Pantomime, a reproduction <<

;".. 'orchard! The 'peach industry is holder'' will. feel assured that so fashioned Sabbath settles down on the quarters at the most agreeable Gus Manville. who hid in the chest and was '

? :an important one 'now in this longas: Grover Cleveland. has. whole University on Sunday. Peterson home. Mrs. Paxton: nee Mary found years later by the,aged, heartbroken HARDWAREraiTDREaNDERTAKIHG; !

Sats cl those"who intelligently anything to'do'with hill company Price,' is a fine 1&41of, engaging personality husband Mr.',Bert Brewster, asa"skeleton'and'some'bridal -I, '.,.

follow the business are making: The' and she was a former faultless raiment We begIn the New.Year,a very attractive line of
it will be administered,honestly. Veipe.elYfe( $. widcia ,.. .
each cr4.{ *9"fOA public school teacher at this place. Her was an act' !filled the audience *.K .

big m ..yfromn.. .-. J And there is a lot of-satisfaction, former patrons, pupils and friends gave with 1 awe#,"and, --mws.' admlation.a -? ., rBedroom; .Snits, Parlor Fijte' t : ..Hall. Racks Bed .'
! in that. The business men and the professionalmen her and children a most cordial welcome. PROGRAM.I. ,

short time> ago the,, German of DeLand are hereby cordially Invited Great happiness came Sunday nIght. : Duet Mrs. Davis and. Mm. Flats- Lounges, Felt Mattresses, Nat onal.Sprmgs.
$. ', Eropre'sV'was asked by a Very As''' will be seen from >the to a special vesper service for the Jan. 97th, as winter ban about passed, ted. .

.I rich baroness what things in the minutes of the Board of County business and professional men of De- and there was a new, sweet voice heard II.. Song-' Mn ; Davis- accompanied. A Very Complete: Une of. China and -Japanese Matting

/ ,world ,;shewould,/ like'.be lt! :"1 (tanmissioners "published elsewhere Land next Sunday afternoon, Feb. 10, in the home. The neighbors went and by Mrs. Andrews.. .
tell1' < readily '?' aid in Th 'Record at 4:10: in the University Auditorium. looked down Into the new craddle and Ill Mother.-'Goose-Melodies-Motion We will take pleasure showing through .
'can yon. very representatives Songs, 8 little girls in costume. our
1 The address that day will be a special extensive' stock at tIme., Careful 'I
any attention
found there bran
the Jt Dprel... 'f.There are. four of a hard surface road firm a new 12-pound girl IV. Instrumental.-Mrs. Davis.V. 'giYtflalMailurder ,
address to the business and prof essonal lad put in an at the Bakers- I !! ,, ,.. ,1,1, ,.t l ; ,:l1/
'';;6' things I. prefer to aU othejrs and of Wilmington will meet with men of our city. We have all thrown appearance Bono;-F. 8. Taylor, accompanied '
burg home of Mr. and Mrs)'W. M. Mo sf'.F
Prof. Eldred.VI :
( \\W. 'they ',. l1,begiQ';wjthf >Bu;! .They the Board 'in "special session 011th.14tb in'our lot' together and It.we work with Jendon.. Bill, as he Is famlllary called, tby.-> i The Mistletoe Bough-Beading, NERA .J) DIRECTORS, :

sre1'mJKs1ser, my/kinder,' rayikircheandmy'kacher tJta.le-lIpth: matter bf unity of pUrJMP? for a community of I. a well-seasoned, ,unflinching worker.He ,-Mlsa Neva Benham, followed by ''Mr: J. A.Stith graduate '
p intesest the town of DeLand will begreatly l'.tomlmttlUld Mine" i In embalming, and licensed by .
\ ? (my Kine, putting down hard surface\ roads always Votes right and never signs J1VII tbe2tateBo.rdofHselth.jsin 4.
( ', beneflttodv DueI-Mrs., Dcvi. and, Miss.
.. my ehurch! ';and my Volusia county, and.especially any high-hipped. Up-sided trickster's charge of this department and
J'f. .my'children,; : ; ,The vesper service last Sunday was :Townsend ,
rag.tag petition along the black oat will give prompt and careful ,
';: t..!! 'kitchen.)L such:, a- road 'from, here to the weU attended.. The audience room was of debauchery nesting places. .run' '.VIII ,Dance. ,.1, attention to every detail of thlrworkv
f _
.,. fuiLand..the I Proceeds about 40 for the V. A.. '- '
,J'J.' j**- "" coast. This firm proposes to putdown platform *was full. The are L '
4se .
lJt.:' .,' ';,,0:;:Th-L !.ppl).>':ofFtori/ :,: l start hard surface roadsj; cement and ladies'the chorus menu sang choms a beautiful sang the anthem f.moa.PUlIIrim'a ,Seville.. (Written Margaret\ Lnkens Smith, F1uJral Supplies; : .

.:; ,, :with the new year with,the pros-. as a basic'material. ; at $1000 per Chorus with.UIPou8 words. .-, a 'f,Tine1' resident of Orange CIty Always In Stock

';;: .: .' 'I'jpiects of a;,continuation' of a:pros- mile,.,.the, roa4wato j! :! ,be-''eight It was very impressive mnsio.. J Tb. ad- Miss. Hyman of Lake Helen la visiting. granddaughter of Mr. O. F. Lukens 'of .. i ', ft:

"1:1S: .,, 'perity"throughout.the}State; The feet wide,,with,a bonded"gnaran< 4... of the day. was on the
4'' \ ''preceding year was w prosperous tee.that said road'will,Jast for,10 "The Investment of a Life'1 or the "Ser Miss. Katie Poppell; rt-tnrned t last; week I; She'was on:, the'',aeS'.tlv''aldor and we .

:. ,ooe.'in .all branches of industries, years in good condItion.' 'This is vice of One's Fellow-men .. the Snreet after a month's visiting In Sanford.- are'pleased to note that her side woa;' .. : ( ,\
\, J Way. of BeaU D.' the Greatest PoestWI. XT."Hall; : of Atlanta,. i It vtaiUnajhls* Berora the High School af Bait PittabnrgvPa. -' '0.1 .. f.Ii.

". ;':., ....Ii.1 will' c ntfuuefor,19O'T.the fruit,( tbestroposIti! jmitted1athi.eounystor,' "! t, ....of U1.-? It was announced at nieces, Madames. Ferguson and HUlas., .) ?. ,; '"' _..........,.... ... .. .. .M t..i.: ....... ..u... .:: .'

'\'\" ,"I -.aW'YJaave) growersfcruckersbeeb ;' the tl'vesper: :service that Hiss 'CarolynPilm.r. '''IIr. 1.. E. Caosey: la visiting hi. Mr. President, most honorable Judges ( 1 0 '.......... _a6t' '

i,," ,blessed,with constructioiiot1t4readaiidthi : ,,. the Librarian, bad died and that c daughter Mrs. Annie Bails aly Arcadia.' suit,fellow Members of,the Franklin :.c .

i/of/ frait;;and yegets> County''Commissioners! should! the Monday chapel service wjrald be' a I Miss Owen Miles left Friday to enter Literary Society/: 'The question for, ,Debate 'LS A 0 .B E'L. ..& .MA"clY' ',.i'. "NBW;*"WBST VORK.crrv': TlteBT. ,. =.. ; :,.

1 food trie.*obtained l f'in ball..'.taean. takis.. the matter aft service. In bet memory. > he DeSoto Sanitarium at Jacksonville. today you have, aheady' heard, so I I' -1,1.'), .., ,
"' '''' "" The people of DrLand'are alf Invited will not repeal. Ion the negative'sidehope AUCTION -1..sr..s-__ -t.
the markets ""The, make 'i the" firm I' ,
m a..cuntrac1i".w, _. : i Mrs Dr': Stiles and daughter; Florencewere J'
to this weekly vesper service It )baaspiritual a to convince you IbM tb. Japanese 1
K, wih'ie&sdi' and start the work'of./more good uplift la It. Corns and ,bring in DeLand first of week, having should not be excluded from th*schools ORANQES,,.ORAPEFRUITPrAN-: r; SjES" iINHAPPLILGT :

( .:. m 'ir8 tel' r : r acs.ti"! ."Y oIu.iai, It 1.-Qder-. yon*.'friends; Prof. Carson, Prof. Frost I..d l nUl work: done.Messrs.1 ., .' -. of Ban FranciscO- ; First will quote : ...ts. .-t. floeOs'Palfcliw.' 'il

.?times, for;;:, the stand the firm: is ;:amply ,able.;.to avd,.other ,eizeellent ,.tubers will show !. jkloBrtde ..Prevatt attend I I from Lincoln'.-speech at-Gettysburg., :5' : ',- I '--i '. ,. "
u era faItH : .it the peopleto.. todr;seats.. Everything ed their respective Boards i In,Defend That all:men*are created equal.' ,If .....-... ..."...;,5.,. lei.eues: tIe4sINesssmMel_: 54 .l'frslt; ,
jojing every renoh the hearts) and eoosdlenees of anth 'Mr. and )f.... ClIJETord# ( rMnmaJD, ofIVihninajton. : !Second, let 'ns,>hiok.ofth ,. I iiPrseaustiJbyW, ; k 'J
"a efor it. work'.will I be. sad remain.: ..1'p.apl&; Tom .are Invited. Bring Del.i. are the guests of Mr. .fourteentn'amendment.totha. ,, OOD.tUu'I.oIlo' \ .U N !ia'wr. ', ,, V.I. I .; .li 1.j A'C.

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,I ..... See the opalescent silks at Dreka's. A NEWSPAPER PARTY. ... > .MM, MM. M Mt MM+ M + r+ M..M M M. M '

'. Buy Tetley India and Ceylon Teas. .
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\ ": England.

I' HERE cold days while you are;staying market Oranges from are this still section being, shipped to A' Unique'' Social ,Function In New ladies

.... T Honor of a Bridal Couple. Things !!&! .J
A fine lot of new Valentines, hand .
'l 'at home 'why' not improve each shining ,
; painted and otherwise, at Brill's. Probably' one of the most unique social
functions of the season given
-, momentrby'.doing, h a r part of the The stock of white linen and dnck was
\ i ; Wednesday evening, Feby.;6th at the Oxfords and Dress ; 1
.' '. Spring 'sewlng-? Our .complete line of washable skirts received at Dreka's. home of Mrs. S.i,H..Happersett In honor

I I The city council, holds its regular of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wilson. It was

r monthly meeting next Monday night.If styled n Newspaper Party and all in All Leathers'and Canvas ;

you contemplate purchasing a guests were requested to wear costume

piano see Erlckson. He keeps the best. made of newspapers, rOn

: Spring (j 0 o'd In brewing Tetley's Teas follow directions blank arrival they were lIven slips of We Carry Narrow Widths' .Ii'

: s. on package to obtain best results. of an newspaper ordinary"newsp representing per. Each a column slip I'

Don't forget the recital at the Public had a heading such as, "Accidents," T T
!' .. "Murder '* "
I "State Correspondence, "
School Auditorium on Friday evening, .
; the 8th. "County News," "War," "Matrlmd'' y," ..
is in and before better
we never showed
'Social' Items," "Musical Notes" "Fads
Brill has just received the finest lot of
\ and Frills," "Wants" "Langh and Grow New Things for Men
; ...selections. .. alligator leather goods and noveltiesever
\ ;;.to shown in DeLand. Fat, eta ;1
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I 11 4 '
: Judge laaao A. Stewart was at Jack- Each guest constituted a "reporter"Il&nd

,. I wrote, a column. fancy dictatedon \,
.1., ; \ ._ ,.. ,: .1'. .. \. ,\..;!. .t1 .. ,:. sonville the State this Bar week Association attending a meetingof / the given topics. A blank sheet of Oxfords in All Leathers and

The city council should, see that the newspaper had previously been blockedoff .. .>
to look like the columns of a news .
: sidewalks are put in repair at once. A Canvas
Silk LuMer:4/! .,.
number are in need of it badly. paper and it bore the heading/ "The ',

"" Happy Set Daily," DeLand, Fla., Feby. 1
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', Mr. M. F. Bristol and his niece 1I
I 6, 1017 looking ten years hence into I
prominent society people of Rochester
I .. White, Crea ,;:'and dp .lesce t N. Y., are at The College Arms "possibilities". Beneath this headingwere / We Carry Narrow Widths -
When you plant ypnr spring gardenyou many / bursting
.. ; i : JLi- : : want fresh seed that will germinate. through flowers of many hues done in

The Fisher drug store has such seeds. water colors.

..J.-.:. When the "reporters" had gathered i
Jim Erickson has in 8500 worth of
Swiss Applique handsome new harness which he is all their "possible" news their columns

were pasted on the large sheet, makinga
selling at a close figure. Call and see
them. complete newspaper, which was then Fountain'sTvvvvvvMMMMMMTMMMM '

Something new; in all colors; dotted and stripes Mr. and Mrs 0, F, Hammond of he read crowd.aloud to the great amusement of .

Oakland Md., are new arrivals in town.
have Mrs. Especial mention must be made of the
They rooms at Hibbard's and
} take meals at Mrs. Moore's cartoons made by Miss Ida Erhart.
They certainly hit the nail on the head. MMMMM TT. vMvv
Be sure to near Polk Miller play the
Madras and Linens
New Pique The .
.. banjo and his quartet of plantation reporters were now greatly fatigued -- ------- -- --- -- --- -------------

darkles sing at the University Audi after so ninth mental exertionso Minutes of the February Meeting of Tuesday morning

torinm next Monday evening. they were told to seek their "place the School Board. Pursuant to adjournment the Board

Lawns, Dimities, and. f ,Batistes. The DeLand band will give one of its cards," where a tempting lunch awaite l The School Board met Monday, met Tuesday morning, Feb. 5, at 8.00;

- .., them. The menu read: Pie, sticks, a. m., all members and the Superin-
splendid outdoor and indoor concerts on Feb. 4, 1907 at 7:30: p. m, with all
glue, foi' ink, A had
ma type. prize been tendent present.
the occasion of Miss Qlllnby's recital on members and the Superintendent present -
Call and them < the 8th. A double treats Do not fail offered for ths beat paper costume. Mesdames .. The Treasurer's books and reports

see to come. Fisher and Johnston being the The minutes of the last meeting were presented, examined, and approved -
a judges, awarded the same to Miss Ida old warrants were cancelled; new
County Commissioner W.H. McBride were read and approved.
Erhart Her costume was made of bills were presented, approved, and
and School Commissioner A. B. Prevatt Commissioner Prevatt reported that
Times Unions! cut oat most
were here from Seville:! the first of tbe he had sold the Juanita school house warrants drawn for the same.
I' represent eyelet embroidery, with a Fnancial
Statement for
week attending the February session of for $22.50, and the piping at Sevillefor January.
SPECIAL PRICES ON LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL GOODS their Boards. deep accordion pleated flounce around 280. Balance last month .. ... .. .$7,539.32

I I I I Peach trees AdmtrttT Schley, and Stuart bottom of the skirt. The whole was Commissioner Crouch reported favorably Receipts fog month .. .. ... 982.28::

Pecan trees, ornamental trees and over a pink foundation, which threw on the proposition to buy another Warrants outstanding .. .... 363.50:: ,
out the embroidery to perfection. A
vines, grape vines, also other trees and lot adjoining the present school
I vines In variety and at popular prices wreath of newspaper roses, crowning property at Seabreeze, and it was so Total ...... .. .. .. .. .. .$8,834.10
at E. H. Hayward'a nursery. he head and a newspaper fan completed ordered

I I Mr. John T. Vinzant formerly in this most novel and striking cos- Commissioner Crouch stated that Warrants outstanding last report -

i business at DeLand in inme. he had .. ... .. .. .. ..... 1,731.50
now clerking a an offer of $a8.oo for the old
Mrs. R. A. Wilson also wore a handsome Warrants drawn this month 863.96
G.A.Dreka&Co.Phone Jacksonville grocery, was here over Glencoe School house, which offer
: Sunday last visiting his Connty gown, trimmed with bands of Cash on hand '... .. .. .. ... 6,258.64::
parents was accepted and a bill of sale drawn.
Treasurer and Mrs. J. J. Vinzant. Tolusla County Record, representing A communication in the Total .. .. ... .. .... .$8,854.10
regard to
yards and yards of lace Insertion.
Itemized .
We didn't have a frost In January. Saulsville colored school house was
: 77 DeLand, Florida It was more like a summer month than The Misses Lutz were resplendentwith referred to the Superintendent. P Smith, Gen. Tax .. ... 917.28

ribbons of colored journals and D. P. Smith Poll'Tax . .
I a winter one. It was an ideal month An offer of $to.oo for the old Cow 35.oo
pictures galore
I for the winter visitor. And most of the 'Creek school house was accepted and

I balance of the winter will be just like Mii a Ethel Watts was the latest in a bill of sale ordered to be drawn Total..... .. .... .. ... .$ p5a.a8The ::

At the High School Auditorium.'And Baptist Church. LOCAL SYNOPSIS. January. accordion Miss Margaret pleats.Watts was most chick I $13.oo per month for six months March Board then adjourned to meet

Services at the Baptist church will be Mrs. John Orm arrived Monday from was appropriated towards teacher's 4.A.
the Indian Trunk with and bn bows.
next pleats tterrty
great as nsaal at 11 a. m. and 7:80: p. m. Paducah, Jy.; and is domiciled at The salaries at Ponce Park. O. Botts, Superintendent.Miss .
Mystery, Prof. Herman's greatest inn Morning sermon: "The Bible tbe Gift I Mrs V. Voorhts was decidedly cute
Waverly for the balance) of the Chairman
'cess." This 1 la rightly named "the of the Spirit"'. Anthem-Solo. Evening TilE IMPORTANT, NEWS ITEMS! OF season. as a "great big ruille." was authorized
It has been five winters since she has 'to the school Quinby will give DeLand peoplea
store furniture from
/ sermon: "Teach Me Thy Ways.
trunk mystery, for it is mystery.Mr. Miss Guild Happersett was most be-
All are cordially invited. THE. PAST WEEK. been at DeL'&nd. She spent last winter Spring Garden and Midway in a suit- rare treat with her excellent readingson
Rogers allows himself to be tied .--... -- In California comingly attired with plain newspapers, able in DeLand. the 8th. !
in sack and then into a trunk by a and Mrs Happersett in place
a was gorgeous a
Local .ad ,_I.t7 rums for tb. ....pl.>lP County Commissioner Potter and After careful discussion the School Yon will not( be held back on account
committee from the audience and then Com. Ryland Disposes His Stock.At land-painted (f) frock.
School Commissioner Crouch, Board of others; neither will you be unduly
representing -
r--Brief Mention of Pasts. unanimously rejected the
p pro
the trunk is pushed into a cabinet. tbe January meeting tbe attention Mr. R. A. Wilson probably carried hurried over things imperfectly under
the Daytona District, were at the of Slate
Miss Clifton steps to the door of theca of the County Commissioners was calledto Been bv oar Reporter. : he palm for the gent's costume, havinga position uniformity. of text stood; but yoU will go just as fast as
I seat the first of the week in attendance books.A .
county (
4net and In just 8 second Mr Rogers the law which prohibits the Board complete suit of coat, vest, and trous yon can thoroughly master the subjects,
I the regular meetings of proposition from of the and no faster. This is the only correct
upon two Trus-
rushes out and Miss Clifton has from awarding any work or paying any W., 8. Taylor Dentist. I their Boards. ers; but he said be couldn't sit down. way. Beelar's School.Osteopaths.
I tees Glencoe
.. disappeared; on pulling out the trunk bill for work In which a member of the Baby shoes and BOX at Dreks's. Dr. V, Voorhlu was most prominent to discontinue their
Do not fall to ice and
get cream school
;sour was overruled by wish of the
and it Miss Clifton is discovered with his little bulldog
nnroplng Board Is interested, the printing/ to pet DeLand.
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's cake and a supper at the entertainment ;
in the trunk also in the sack with Mr. &yland's paper, the DeLand News Little Dr. McDiarmid was "so dear" "
New postal cards at Brlll'e. Over 200 In the Havens Block next Tuesday eve The various appointments of color- Dr. J. R. Moseley, graduate of Amen-
her bande tied behind her with the as an instance of the, violation of said with his yards and yards of baby ribbon -
nlnIt is for the can of Osteopathy Kirksville.
varieties. / given benefit of the ed teachers by the Superintendentwere
dame tape that was on Mr, Rogers' act. Tbe matter was referred to Mr. fund. but he wan plucked bare as a Mo., under A. T Still, founder of

hands The entire change is made in Landis, the legal representative, Musical instruments of all kinds at cause Catholic along Rectory by yonr patronage.Help this good fledgling before the eve was o'er. Dr.J.R. approved.The science.

I 8 seconds. This act has been>> repeated who reported at the meeting held this Erickson's.! Mosely had a moat unpleasant encounter Board then adjourned to meet Off: Putnam Inn. '

every night for a week and is tbe talk week that tbe act was as plain aa the ,They are taking! care;of m big crowd Wanted-A good looking/ respectable with the wind( on his way from --- ----- _
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man's and the bill married -- --- -'-- -- ----
nose on a face, that couple to get at the Big Auction .
of the town. Next tbe beautiful vision of the DeLand News could not be paid np at The College Arms. Sale of Town Lots in'the Phlppen East be Putnam to Mrs Happ rsett's, cans

of the Robe, by Miss Edych Clifton, without a violation of this law Mr. The trucking industry is becoming mont Addition to DeLand, Fla. See tog a loss of a part of his robe. If anyone -

and then 20 minutes of moving pictures. Ryland having'stated to the Board at a an important one in Volusla finds the missing article, please return I'j I
These pictures are not to' be classed previous meeting that be was one of the -", connty. our wedding/ proposition in another to the Putnam Inn and be rewarded. 'j
stockholders of that paper Whereupon I Fresh garden seed for spring plant. column. FitzSfuimons Auction Co. However, the girls were all "stuck". A. H.
with moat moving picture shows, but
the Board called Commessioner Ryland'sattention him, he
lug, for sale at Fisher's drug store. The savings department establishedby on just AS was. WOODALLf
are clear, distinct and moetly new and to the matter, and he said Mr John Baas was a very cleanly
novel subjects.-San Francisco Exami that he had disposed of his stock: in said Gold filled watches, warranted for ten the Volnsla County Bank last year, loklnFrencb: / cook, and Cyril Happer-

nero paper the transaction he said, taking! years from 16 to $7.00, at Boley's. is becoming popular, and many.especial. ett was robed with a large cape and

At the High School Auditorium, Feb. place before the said public work was : 3. ly.yonnat people, are laying np money in knickerbockers. \\Fine Groceries Coffees & Teas
Mr.:A Underhill
Lake Helen
let. So the bill was paid. Aa this paper was a this department Your draws Others who attended this novel entertainment ,

llth, 12th and 18th. 25 and 85 cents. said a month or so ago/ Mr. Ryland, visitor to DeLand the first of the week. Interest, however small the money amount.A but had such severe encounters -- .-- -- -
Ueserved seats 50 cents Tickets on sale under this act bad to shut his paper with the wind that no paper i
at Walteis Pharmacy. Miss Bessie Coulter will assist at Mr.Brills' rain fell at DeLand and
out from any bidding for county workor good over costumes were left visible were Miss We have d to our stock of Teas the famous"Salada"
| I i e dispose of, his stock in said. paper, Valentine Counter on Saturday the county Monday night and Tuesday Crystal Davis, Mr. Jack Sti'h, and Mr.J. .
and he he'dld the latter. the 9th inst. A. Allen.
Wedding PropositionOpen says morning/ last. It was the first we have
Hon. 8. H. Sayler of Illinois! Is stop bad to do any good for four months.. It -- Ceylon Tea :

"' -4 We will to any buy respectable the .license white, pay couple.the FOR SALE, ping winter at before the Putnam last. Inn. He was here will take several such rains aa this A Pleasant Afternoon.Mrs. which took the prize at. St. Louie Fair; trial size 10

t minister, furnish carriages, for bridal .,Tns materials of a 10-room() house The white week's to thoroughly wet the ground. J. 'W. Smock entertained' in'urinally cents; also. in half pound packages. We also have.
party, deed bride one lot in PhlppensEastmont located 2+ miles north of Osteen. House the public school teachers ot It came in a good time for the truckers about a dozen friends Monday Tetley's and. White Rose in packages and bulk.
county will hold their annual meetIng to in their spring gardens
has over 40 Windows,' all with blinds, get afternoon The ladles bad the pleasureof
Addition and present groom and >20> doors All In good condition except at DeLand next wek. i New students are registering at meeting Mrs. Cheer Edwards and
$35:00 in cash. Ceremony to take place yet I In Coffeeour
roof.. Address, who in Jamalcii
on grounds daring boor of Big Auction \he College Arms'now has nearly 200 Stetson, and the Spring Normal Course daughter were King-ton. -
at the time of the recent earthquake.
Sale of Town Lots in the Fhippens East E. A. PEHN, guests, and the season promises to be for teachers and prospective' teachers They told their' experiences and the "Niagara" at 25 cents is increasing in popularity.
mont Addition, DeLand Fla, .Tuesday i\\JT r r I Osteen Fla.The'Marsh the beet the hotel has had. '
Feb. 26th. ( yet will bring many more. This Normal \ they had After which For Mocha and Java we recommend the "HarringtonH y

:: Fresh watermelon seed, the kind that Department at Stetson is becoming an Miss Edwards and Miss Crouch rendered ,ll" or "White House." Our stock of
Market. several instrumental numbers
will come np and the beet variety, for important and popular one. It affords pretty
on the piano, and Mis Minnie Mo-
Make application to undersigned at l itt J' the choicest sale at G. W Fisher's drag store. the teacher the best possible facilitiesfor
The Putnam Inn First In, first served. want oafs of Meats I Wblrter delighted all with a vocal solo. Fancy Groceries and Provisions
WM. eave your orders with us. The beet of Miss Lois Davis, now residing at preparing him or herself for the up- Light refreshments were served.
.---- Beef. Mutton and. Pork I Roasts and Jacksonville was visiting her brother to-date duties of teaching --- conform with the Pure Food Laws, and it will be a .

Wanted-A good cook and laundress Chops fresh and Sausages salted Hams, Hamburg, Breakfast Bacon Steak,, Joseph Davis at DeLand this week. Mark Twain on hearing the Polk Death of Mrs. Cnas. M. Blngham. pleasure to have you call and inspect same. Assuring ;

wages $15 per month; and nurse' suAii eto Courteous attention and prompt Mrs. Ray Conrad and child, from the Miller Company who appear next Monday DeLand friends were greatly snrpi you polite attention and prompt delivery, we are, yours ).g
;i bones maid, wages $19 per month. Re delivery. night,. said it was about the 'teed and grieved to hear of the sadden for business
ply with- reference, Box 8,Jensen, Flor i south end, have been spending! the weekat only death of Mrs. Chas. M. Bingham, :
ida. I Marsh Bros. DeLand.with Mr and Mrs. Woodall. thing the country could furnish that Is wife' of Col. Bingham, late County WOODALL.

; t County .Commissioner Rafns D. originally utterly American. "Foe- Commissioner from the Daytona District. Phone 79 A. H. : :
silily\ it can furnish something more Her death eccurred at St.Angu-
f Brooke in from the south end ....
came tine, where she was receiving medical '
enjoyable, bat I doubt it, until I forget /"
Monday to attend the February term of treatment. .t '
: ; : ,
'J' bis board. that pair of Musical Earthquake, The .
Watermelon Song and Old Dan Tucker' Mrs.Blngham was a charming woman
and very popular in social circles at 1
In the game of ball between tbe 8tet
Mir Anna Qnlnby elocutionist and Daytona, and was a favorite amonrsj
: We 'Have Just Recelyed'f .oa..and.Ormoud-pines lat week at reader;'will give a recital at the Public I irge number of friends: and aoqaain--
the latter place the score was 9 to lID I
,School Auditorium on the 'evening ol t races. To Col. Blngbam The Bacon)
t favor of Ormond. ,. and many DeLand friends extend 'sino ALiEN 1
Friday, Feb.' 8th. Miss Qnlnby is a J. F. &. .CO.4Leading .
I rt County Commissioner'' Thomas J. sympathy In the great loss that has .
reader of rare ability and to ns hlahly om to him and to his home. I' .
Murray was here from New Smyrna
t t ANQrHER.LOT OF SOUVENIRS. recommended, having been a teacher In .
\I the first of the week, attending theeeeslon r I :
one of our Western oolleges.and we feel Furniture House'of, Volusla County, :,
w The Weather
of his Board.
,sure will give an evening's entertainment .. '
I Including Handsome The orange bronbt'lote of that will be enjoyable to all who Mln. temp. Max. temp I ; We Invite comparisons In styles and prices. <"" '" ;_, ,
Pins Buckles crop
Very Spoons ; Frb1.'i. .-.. 52 74
tir !..,,aid money Into this'\ section,' probably '180,.' ,hear her. Admission 33/ and IS cents. .. M "
also. Post Cards views of DeLand and 2'1'.'''' '' fArd1Z6w'Bl I ', 'I
showing'varioua ,
i 000, and if no misfortune 'comes next :r, 8.13i..1" j 3.1. -t' '
surrounding' country, as well as Comic<< Cards, .arul\ .OrangeWood ; fall'crop will be a hammer. ei theay Dinner.. < AK1 114 ,. 70 Bedroom' Suits : ,; '
/Uf1'it >
goods ab "The Busy Corner," next to Post Office, The sal of the 40 acre tract'on East Master Maurice Harkness entertained ". ..6. ..\ ')"* M eb ; '?'Dining? Room Furnishings "
\ New York Ave, cut up! into lots, will five of his friends at dinner last Saturday .. ,,7; 84 *mZ.

t i '. make},fl,T-jf'4ea1..blt] addition Ito[ tn. evening. The evening was most Mean.t.Vt.f.P. 6& ? k. ,. 71.,;," I ParlorDen'ana.Llbrary"Neea ,,
'plntlyepen,with games' RainfalMtbABd 5th, 2.04 inches._ $* < '
out tn that section of the town::
rr I Two; !cloudy days.;_*.*<"*, Jk<.*. ; ,;. : ";
Rugsy,Stair i Carpet'Matting
V W; A. Allen & CODeLand1I Attorney sL'm"ot ndis. of.."and last Fjali.were week, before JnJiokeoivRle "' 'Afternoon Bridge Prty"Mn. .71 ,BERLIN.' ,.,.HvWfeicmr.MAN.....-; .. \ .. ..t.. "t. 'p",

the U. 8 District court; appearing,jot D. B' Hargreavea and Mrs. .- > 'j, ,.- : ArSquarest-CrexJap7Brussels(; ; '

i. t'.IA'. f' .1.. .. ', .' the'ces4Uoglntk&McElroy. bankrupt, Lltchfleld afternoon Cotton with entertained an attractive last bridge SatllJo4a1 !t jW. ft,Isr'5. !. 'nfwt. *. .1*<.* It"\ e* ; '

Where You .Oet Your, Clock".nd, Watch. Repaired, -<<''4. L.'_to. party. The first prise, aa extension The newest Ideas la Furniture akd the best qualities a wayehpte.} : AQ"d rr '

T' .j Mr.::14.B.; :Hatkeook of Falrburo Oa.; book, reel, was won by 14rs."W. I S. .- I'a

: Ey-Mail nd express,!" orders .receive prompt and careful attention;, and Mrs.J.CUntoa Reese and little MS,' Taylor.color, was The won second by Miss prize MD.'.:"water. There q W. wILlI1..;; '1Aa.4... .. i-> -\ ,, r'Ph f0a''No.'Q'J P "L""c".i.f" ':!itco"" t'd'Pkr:

Ai of:Birmingham, Ala., mother and sisterof were five' tables After a most pleasant OSTEOPATHIC. NITSSGANTeqcofua1 : ', .,' .. ,

.., ...., tin. Deo. A. Davis,.ourvisiting the game a delicious salad course,,cake and I J. t. i ":<<:''''_ '' .;{ .. '
latter at .hot home on Indian Ave.. tea were served.. ors ,
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0;. At Jd, i' 'oRkss. O'F ESKiMo NoticebifNotice Final JascharRei U connectinglink
P. Thor ton. (r Practical'Patnters. r THE .. Advice to the Aged. HODQKIN'S'Wagon 4. Potash ihei : .
Is herbey given that six months the soil g'
) Don't pay $t.O. a gallon for canned Mad bf the, !.**."" .. Prom S... ,.kIabo S lAM'briitri InflrtiOtBs* such ..'.Iu"; after date. towit the MOth day of March between
u' oil which! ought; to cost but. Q cents a "....tJa.\".IMf'I: Klan bowels! weak, kidneys and b.....- 1901. tbe undersigned. administrator ot tbe IL.4I and heavy crops; 'Ill I
lI'al101101 Reacly-mUod: paint W half oil h-,', MV&fti &ntA'lul\f'f'i ..ti1i I ; ) estate of Kvelyn!: U. Blane will file bis final : Shop,
;,. and balL.paint...' Buy oil fre b.. from } account as, such admlnls'rator, with the will' II 'kc plantoo. :
; thovteHKfnilo, ft the sknf of ihe reiuaee .. The most. Important
\\i annexed with his vouchers with ,
the barrel and add It to the L. & M. together ,
.- Paint:, which Is semi-mixed. Which Is used lu varloua stages of pel- t tfDsPillsb.ve. the County) Judge of Volusla county Florida for vegetable growth) I is(
ago or tunning. Fine abort halrejflsuft fct bis oflloe at DeLand, and ask loran DeLAND t;: .
When L & M. ,
you buy Paint you (ret '' of does enter of final discharge.
full of >ji>! ,skInefscI&ilfo5e: This S
a gallon paintUhatwon'tr wear, September 17th,
off for ten or fifteen years because L amTfa'wns. ahMul'o'a'( 'fbrVmklng) dre i:! K. BUNE.I Everything In Wagons. Buggies,;;Carts iopj SH
: & M. Zinc hardens tbe L. & M. White curl 'l.\ta nncl underclothes.! The hea9'I. .specific effect! eaxheeseritans. Administrator with the Will Annexed 'eta' manufactured and'repaired1 in my ,

Lead and makcsi!: nrr&.!M. Palntl wearlike r' I I. QI tlllllnt1lfnl'11t' ',ptxtra.rarr stimulating bowels. ,causing them I Shop In the very best workmanship '
iron. Jackets for cold! weather. The white to perform their natural functions: .. Administrator's Notice. known. Only flrst-cladB men employedand ,;-

4 callous L. &; M. mixed with 3 gallons spotted skins of tbe tame Siberian reid :0 ltnyu.tband "u' : first-class work tnrnedont. I have. "Truck Farming" a.valuable J pamphlet -
IMPARTING VIGOR I In County Court, Volusla County, FloridaBf ntely added, to p'ant a,,.
linseed oil will paint, a moderate deer are. especially valued for full I-a. !{! my .. eminent 'tnen''of scientific;
written by
sized! house. "i ':.' dress"Jackets,' to the kUMys;bladder! and LIVER. the County Judue of said County r ,

I Actual cost L. &'M about *1.20 per The skins of the whit mountain I L ,Tbey are adapted to old and young. Whereas, D. Ethel Walls bus applied to fl' training and national reputation;' WeS .
I this Court for Letters of Administration on : snail it .free to farmers.who write, fo$ it;. ,
? gallon.. beep white and blue fox. wolf dot, the Estate ol Matilda A. Olackoer, deceased .
Sold In the North East SOuth andS ermine ant] lynx are sometimes made I flotloo for Pul'UoaUon. (IsolatedTract.) late of said County of Volusia" ) GERMAN KALI WORKS S

.. West. Into clothing. Underjackets of eldtjr i>UBLJO ,LAND BALE.Land These are, therefore, to cite and admonishall Mew y....-"Naaa 51., er. Alln'..OS.-IM4 Csssltf. BI4 I g.S .
O. S. Andrews duck skins often pressed into serv. Gainesville, Fla., Office' and singular the kindred and creditors
Ex.Mayor, Danbury are 'S ,Jan.15ltO7.) ot said ,deceased to be and appear before
S' Conn., writes; 'Painted my house 19 Ice. ''SeuiiLib'! dressed with thsThalr oIl .i Notice Is hereby gives, that ". dl epd( J tblsl'ourlnn, <>r before the IMtb day of February '
years ago-with L.. -& M.M LOOKS well tOP, l U"o4IfouIA\ for b?\ QIliJ :'bpotaAnd by the Commissioner of the wneral Land A. U. 1V07' and tile objections If any
day.'i .I i! .v .? ? J i'," 'HSotd'bjrR. Jfoj' .Loae rarely<\p r..lot. | / Jfeuij Ofttoe, under provisions of act or Congress thor' have to thejcrantlng l letters aa aforesaid
Jane !21! 1U06, Public No. 303w, .
approved otherwise the will bj
D. McDonald, DeLdnd same granted a.rayde.
,'I drilling, and calico have been Intra will offer at pUblIc sale, to the highest bidder S IifLAKTIOGOASThINE ,
Fla. timed Into tbe makeup- of aome of till. .t'10 o'olook a. m.. on the ith day of Witness my name as County Judge of the
S minor garments If'\ : March r next, at this ottloe, the following County aforesaid, this 7tb day of January l
., traot ofland to-wlt 1)7)
d : dress ijbnslsts of ,
|The bf'iJtnX. \ )neQ\:
t BwK or nwJi, seo. 83. tp; 14 s, range 34 *. J. LEE MOCROBT
loose hooded frock without opening ex .
I VARIATIONS. Any persons claiming adversely the above
PHONETIC County Judge
'S cepf' at the neck and "wrists. This! described '..lands.are advised\ to file their
reaches 6ver l lAt; hips and claims, or objections, on or before the day
: H of for Tax Deed
HO...... La..a...... rarely to mldthlgh where It Is cut ofj HK.NKY S. CHUBS Register. Application
l Section 8 of 4tW8 Lawsof
Chapter 1AfNSI!
,S What: led to the breakup of Latin square and usually confined by a girdle! SHIELDS:! WARRENI.ooelver.Notloe Florida. FAMOUS r
at the wallt. 'Under this garment i Is
Into the various romance .languages o( at'.lml1a': of skin and of Application for Tax DeedUn. : Notice Is hereby given that T. J. Murray
worn one lighter
\ the Mediterranean basin Simply the purchaser ol Tax Certltloate No. 324. dated
der Section 4888 Lawsof
tact that In centuries of almost universal sometimes without a hood. The thighsare 8 of Chapter Bib day of June A.D 11104.baa. Bled said oer-
S clad In one or two pairs of tIght ,Florida tiUoate In my otnoe.aDd bas made application COLD TIRti SETTER
Illiteracy there was no check
for tax deed to Issue In accordance with
Uttlng knee breeches rather loose bu Notice Is hereby given that J.A.Clark and
upon tho phonetic variation which Is fitted to the of the mi] Knox Jones purchasers of Tax. Certlfloate law.. Said certificate embraces the following Can set Tires without taking
shape leg. They your
S. always\ going on In every language No. 14W, dated tbe 7th day\ of June A. D. described property situated In Voluslaoounty I 'New York and Florida
from vehicle. We take ont
wheels no
,S very low In front but are much blghel' 18IJtI,.JUasMledBald aertlUoaw In my office, Florida.. to-wltt 'SpeQial '
In this
but which was .Ie hastened
behind, sometimes as high as the,ama and have made application for tax deed to Lot 13, Fulford, New SmyrnaThe : : bolts rub no paint or bnrn your felloes :
no doubt bthe: frequent Irruptions of back. .held I ISSue In accordances with law Said certi- said land being assessed at the c dale with a hot tire. Come and see it work
S fha Tbey ar In. place bt]
S Into th.1RonIa"Z.ui.Plre>of "barbaflubInvaders'and a girdle 01' thong" aro'tjBdJlhe wals\ aui! noate .embrace the following described ot the Issuance ot such certlduute' in nameof and you will never have your Tires set Leaves Jacksonville daily except Sunday 12 : 50
E. F. Mansfield. Unless said certificate
od'lI'dl '
settlors., ,1'l1e.t property In Voluula county, Florida, toWHofnw hot again.ThadktI.
are' the '. shall be redeemed. to law for all East. Solid Pullman. : : /
,, Usuallyfastened'! \ belvw .knee"over Wit according p. m. points .
language existed,*luileed.i but: accessible\ either to the ear orj to.tbe of February, A. I). 1907.' the past and hoping a continuance in
: 2u
On the legsVnd feet first ranee 92 e: acres.:
are worn a said'and: as..ed' .fthe Witness my official signature and seal the future I remain
Pronunciation The date
of 4be vast majority of men. being ;
5, eye pair of long deerskin stockings. wits this tbe 11th day" of D. tlM\ >7. '
of lbS Issuance of such certificate In name and Florida Limited -t
Janlla'YbA. Yours to serveSCOTT ,
S. they, deciida m Chicago
shifted /topi .
the Inside/tteo slipperfcJof:4smn : to decade and took a different trend In' sealskin In the bottom which Is spreada be redeemed according to law, tax" deed Clerk: Circuit Court Volusla County, Fla. I. ''it ,' "1 I :
every geographical section of the Latin layer of whalebone and outIda will Issue thereon on the2ilth day ol Fehru. ,
S arv. A. D. 1907. Daily Solid Vestibule leaving Jacksonville 0 :SO
speaking world. Slovenlinesses and .' .'pnl '10t'cloe8 ''ddlnlt'boIItl. bold Id I I
Witness official and seal
standard I my signature a. for all points West. Coach on this train also.
t S corruptions entirely supplanted place by Bi-strlngoaround-'ttie& ankle .this the 26ti! day of J an..A. D. 11)07!) m.

S forms the very existence of which which ..reaches obqve 'the,5 knee, and SAMLD.JORDAN. ( \ tc

was forgotten, and It was only when ends with a.rough edge !covered,! by. the I_".Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Fla. 'S S JFor rates;Pullman reservations, and all

l the vernacular literature nroso to give breeches. DreSs boots often end In an ,'Notlbe of Application$ Tax Deed Under detailed information, call on 6r write to -
relative fixity to a certain number of ornamental border;' with" drawstringjust
Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws
the Innumerable'dialects that the process below the knee. The boots at.* 'of' I of Florida.Notice .. Merchant, TailorsFour J I i 1TIF C BOYLtaN District Passenger Agent Atlantic %.st Line

,, of degeneration was' checked.' But reindeer skin, with white ''sealskin la hereby given that,)fonroe Buck- i rniuut i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
to give every man the' means and to soles for winter and dry weather but nor, purchaser of tax" certinoate No. /BDI, '
concede' to'' him the right of' spelling In summer waterproof boots of white ''dated the 7th day\ of June, 1898. has tiled MMM ___ UMI_M m>m m intmm.fi*..a*********.* .

exactly as he pronounces would be to whaleskln! are,worn Overshoes of the, said application certificate lor In tax my deed office to, and issue has In made accordance Doors South from Fisher's Corner .. I i,

S S remove the checks on degradation as same'material, reaching Just above the wltb law. Bald certltloate embraces .

,, completely. as. It -neither wrote nor ankles, are'sometimes worn over the tbe following described property Suits for morning, noon and Suits of ah 'del 'and patterns
; spelled at; all., Phonetic Individualism! winter boots. situated in Volusla county Florida, tu.wlJ I II Florida East Coast Railway I
block : night
I Lot 10, 30 Orange City new,
; : would presently! resultIn, a state. of The women"wear 'tight'fitting"deer- The aid land being assessed at the date Suits that fit too Suits superbly lined all through
; skin pantaloons( ( with the hair next'the of issuance of certificate you
y sheer linguistic deliquescence. : : the such in the Local Time Card No. tt. In Effect Jaaaary 1907.
Tbls of course Is an absolutely unthinkable skin, and outside: ot. these i'slmllal' name of Henry Alexander. Unless rIght( and through, !
.,; eventuality: Even If a truly pair made of the skins from deer legs, said certlfloate shall be redeemed according Suits well made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true- OUTHBOUND-.RBAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. i
v.. to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
phonetic system could be Introduced It with the hair out and having soles of ,6th, day March.. 1901.I Waiting here. When you appear. 1 Omlly*.. 99 No. 35 No.I>.
., I.' would be Impossible for every pariah peallkln, ut, no, ankle"strings.,, The I Witness my official signature and seal --" -- --- ) a. it i B A ialIy M Dai1yIu.ulyDatIy A f M It

S or every country to have Its own literature women'. pantaloons like those of the 'this the let day of February, 11)07. CON.SULTATIONFR13E.i Tl 4 IUPNM.M soouCr;..-.....JaoksoDvllle........,,.. TiBSi722PM 74UPM' 4Osu""hh
, of men,"are' fastened with 'a Irdle 'just t I SAlII'" D. JORDAN. i-I :, ..... [4 iteM 890U2fl '' ......South Jloksonvlllo......,. ............. 7 acu.l............
< ,
: and Its own transcription [, Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, Fla. a Km"ioispii 5 4eId( 1040AI Vioi.' .. _...,.,8t. Augustine............ a sM S 404t 9 00*M; 7 80U4 iI
- the English classics. Linguistic crystallization above the' hips; It! appeaW that the/; KLICKER DeLand Floirda; S 1HM It .'....._...... Hinting ....._ ..... S 80PM. & 42AM ... ...
BROTHERS, e BOW 11 .LT........._.Ea t alatks..Lv ,
larger do not stay up'Very ''welf; 'as the women -: I 2ei5de 6 2u 6 28AM
: would take place over Notice la hereby given that on the :first iPJi '
5 ., ._.. P.1.1km, ... .
V or smaller areas.,, We might have perhaps are continually'hitching them'up day of March. ito\ ?. the undersigned and ..! 4 it Lv.......... .... Palatka.',.........,'V,"..Ar 000AMKfiTiAM B COAM I

live languages In Great Britain and tightening their girdles like some their associates will apply to tbe Honorable u' \ Ar ....8an Matco_ mel ..........I..1............
Judge Minor S. Jones of the Seventh Judicial .
of of East An- old .sailor. 8 OtWtl 1 7 u.v......... .-Ban Muteo_..............Ar 7 95P 7 45*M| 7 45AK
the. languages Wasaex Circuit of tbe of Florida for letters '
Stale ,
:=.... '
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gIld, of Mercla of Northumbrla and of UntIl hey reach manhood the boys I patent. Incorporating tbe undersigned PiPe? fitting, Tin roofing, Gut ..........-. 7 .' ....MWH.__.....H Biinnellj.ii 4 22p'fl"Sg.l 4 2lAM.M, <..? I
S S Caledonia. But each of these languages wear pantaloons. the women, but and their associates Into a charitable corporation .'-'-..... C II .,..Ormond Hotel&.,...,.... .. ... .. ...
S their Jackets are cut 'just' like those of ,under and by virtue of the laws of Til KliIiLKK I 4 termganclspQutmg...... ,P'UlJ1 : 11 torn a i,2 .' OrmornL......,........." S 21pM..I$. a"4 uJ"6'6X. ,
S would represent a compromise tbe Slat of Florida.under and by the name I1 LA tanks mad 11 Mm S I ._........... Daytoni..._. ....... 8 ,, 8 SI>AM| 4 61AMOOAMl
.ubdlalects and would the men. of the FLORiDA BAPTIST EDUCATION 'repaired, wells and a 1 1'I Port Orange.. ...,..... 8 11AM..
,; between various The well to do Eskimo's l g.\1erollyown\ SOCIETY and In accordance with the following 12 IOu S 1 aemj 11 Mm Ar.434B ....*........Neir Smyrna.?.,.......... 8 'TSUAM .\
to''order. of all --
S be. In tact, an only quasi phonetic several Repairing iw, = '.Ar ake Hele'n ......... Lv 11 171's.8. .... .,.
'h,,. standard language. And If any one Complete suits'of clothes and I Satisfaction 10 <9AM 48,*. .._...... .._.... Oraoga City ............ 12 BWMj 11)p) jj......... ?
that the Bible or Shakespeare present a neat appearance "When' not PUBPO8B8 OF INCORPORATION: Tinsmith & Plumber.kinds- guaranteed. _. ...Orange Cnyjunct..... 1J l0u ............
Imagines engaged In ,.dirty work. The L To promote Bible study. | 4SPM 12 O5PM Lv .,,.,.Neu"kmvrna Ar "i'i'ne1'I"I.Jj -u"T'i
''S spelled quasi phonetically for the use ; poorerclasses.wear I 2. To persuade suitable persons to preach Shops next door west of bank. I Indiana Avenue. 18PM ........... .. ...__........Oalc HI 11...............1.v 2 6iiA 2.'AMI.. .. ... I
of the west of England could be read one suit for all occasions, and teach the.Bible. Men la Mm Ar...........-Tltnnrllle...............Lvatifnrd I ..S 8 I7*M
,S without and disgust by a until ,It becomes shabby flew clothes! I 11. To enlist and to stimulate the Interest com a BOPH A: .......... MMM..Z..Lv iri lSP4..2.
difficulty .. .............
are seldom put on till) winter. Tbq 6'f Baptists In the education of( Baptist 8Swa .Lv. Banford.Tltu.vlll Ar 6 5OAM 1060AM
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J Torkshlremon or a Scot Dot to mention ;; ... ...
: II. ministers and missionaries. Ktxt 13 fiora EVT ... .Ar 1 4811 M 8 17AM
outer frock Is not often worn the ., _. ...,........ .... ,. ..._...
a' Californian or a Queenslunder 4. To and moral education Cocoa. 1 I'm' ... '1 GUAM .
Iglu or hut home,1 being usually1 taken promote i i stm9i a 8w. ...._...Rockle.l 9............. 1 one* 8 toes 12 MAM 9 87AM96iMl
all I can say Is that be Imagines a vain off before the' '.' In tbe home .4he church, and the ,._.... HMMMMooKau Qallla.Melbourne.,._..__.. 12 87Pt ............ I'J aul............
,''5,5 5 S 5 thing. entering room-; ohoolt .nd" *i Now is the time to order "10465..4..e. ,.,_,... '. .........-. .....,...,... 12 27PN........... Ii lioM.........
At present there Is no1 such thing as' .,,,0, :To raise funds to create agencies to0Ooperte ..__.,_. .1... Babastlai....._.,. a 11 ............ i7p, ..........
; Tbe other day In a Scotch railway an Eskimo tailor for the _
Sp train, I listened to a conversation between each Eskimo household usually make I and to authorise persons to carry into eliecs .. ..3__anew.._."" .............Fort...Tihhalla.PIerca....._............,...., 'N 10 10 Will ii isp 10. 8w) ..12....805......

S a cockney of the shopman class the garment of all the\ members of the I the(Signed:fomrolBK" ) Lincoln" purposes.S Hulley, O. 8. Farrlss.Blocker. Simon Pure No. 1 1for 1:1: 1 .. 5 ,_.._.___. .""............ .,Edsn.,............... .'' 10 10 ............. 062. ................

and a Perthshire grazier or gamekeep family. ,Not only. bis., but the, Eskimo: *_ ,J. Arohr Smith, J. E. O.tes, D J, :: 4 .'....._._.......Stuart....._..._._._ '. 10 9p....... .
er.. They ,had quite amazingdifficulty; DeLand, 'ia.I ,. .. ...--. U SonnL...,..,..... 9 lino............
are extremely"conservative In the mnt- 22..
S In understanding each other. Not a ." I and be.sure of a large next ., B, ............ ....,......Wsat Jiipit.r..,........ a 14..9 so.. ..
ter of changes In the style of raiment I your grove crop I &QArWadPaIm1i..ch,__,,,_" ). lwti 10 4 S elngl: vowel sound did they produce add respond'' lowly' tAi''the I au 6 SO's .,...........Palm Baaon..., ....., s tOed>i
S, alike and It seemed evident to me very I|nsure with us. wi ter. All the best groves use: SIMON PURE I Ms 'lOOU S as, ''I $ti '...... .Wait Palm Beacb....._Ar 8 .( 418,4 10 oee
modernizing Influences In till particular I ,...--. t M V Snrrr: .BoyntOn..............Lv. ? in', ...... .. .
., that'the process'by which they didarrlve.at .. a : .___ ._ ?
which have reached their neighbor N ow Is the time. FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : --- .IieIra 04p5 ,..
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a -- SUM id OIM .,... ..PoVTl-iiidnrdais" ,,,... "
; mutual comprehension was
hood. SCeavII' I ctuih for losses. S MIMI MIWIIMII-V -.---. ij2M iqicw ___ .",,, .. ..,....Danla.....?.__?
epetulatlvs! mental 'translation often S'Pot ----. S 64U 10 UMT19M ..__ .flailaudale.._... a 4flml
S 5' Y\IrTlow of the spoken Into-the printed ...t.- ," I S 10 40 ,..*._. '.... ..,.IHLeman City........m.M...,. '. 8 4.7. IUPMJ
S ; U[ should be protected. E.G. Painter Fertilizer Co. $t Tao zoos 1 XT* Ar... ,.. ,., ,.,,..,... TT.rf lIMUl 8 WHS
word., Thus tbe visual word "galpe"torme4 mAt, the beginning of the eighteenth I ''r --. a OOM ..._, ._._. '.*....' ... OOPNl.......... S
' '.,' S asort,:of bridge'or halfway century j the- British! "arm:y'htfd ;'a" bad R you Insured JACKSONVILLE,. .FLORIDA ..-.--..- 10 .............. _. .HomeBtead.V..........|Ly........ BUPMCoodeisel ........ ?

S bouaa between the cockuey's "gyme"and reputation at home and It was very reliable. 5' ScleAdes Between Jacksenvillo and St.
S 2T6I7 company .
the Scotchman's "gaameNjnightly '-'ort--I difficult! to get recruits' for 1.1 For this :

: B vlew.?, ffj I Q ,t"t It reason it'was officially proposed! to And I When does your policy expireI'I No. juNe. sejlfa. T No. 43 SJT NoAa7I51NO.: 99 No. 93Ji". 1D

' '" ". ; -- '... --j 7 the'men: by aft Ifapresamenr\ tiling 6n A.Pally. B B A I B BDally

\ ilk A Dawsllaal P..o.p.ot. "any' sturdy beggar fortune teller,or la jour, policy in force _ I Pally I Pall, | Daily 8 Daily*, Won Ii.Dally tin. Daily Dally Bl Dally MM.o .

.A poor Mexloan laborer who chanced tile like Idle,''Unknown, suspected'ell 1 pelephone number sixteen Lv Jackaoinl.. ,... meiSlaion( TS 'Itian TireW 4 20m W'2o4"9'Nik IMSNo.
,:' upon, pay.ore returned after b.I..*, fortunate !- l low ft tb0 1'/1' ?? fr> &JheF'J>* node.uiU I Aninmtlne. 2 Sew A 4 1IMDally 4 4l4p 8 8.4 e 2oa 5 nsul 19 445
: I INSURANCE John B. Stetson Dallyra 4ca o. 38A
AGENCY UniveMty No. 44 .
.". find tO"th doorway of'hi* miserable ,. tbaiwaayi W t&af ths 'already 'HON 30No.I"B I
B ,
Daily A D&iII B A
.9 S hovel and sat down to enjoy at been In a gaol or before a Justice of the I' j .
S jdtn.
leisure the prospect of riches. At flrst, peace for his Idle, disorderly life." The ,I t Jwill: : find us at LvdfcAugWln.' ... "Il'k9"TMi Is' lowSHi .0'IDAS Dally ff1r4OA11fl IJ. ansi Daily I I Daily> M,I' Daljy 8 !sw's

':' ', confided afterward to Wai\ ( old .em4 I advfce released' was acted,upon- Debtors were I tetaon and DeLand.PATENTS. AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO. ArJaakaonvlll... 7 404 S me a 80s4 20*, 11 lOs] la som U 4OP 7 I0"3 7 low 7 4HKOT '
ployer, his thoughts were hardly prison on promising1 to .............. ebarnd.S' : A-Tralns, .eompossd. s. exenutvely, S Pullman or,Parlor Can and extra seat rare will be ,
:, thought at all; they werea] vaguif,.flellclous -' join (tile army;, or the navy criminals\ NOTE:i-Bay coaches operated on these trains on which no exisa'seat fare'is .
golden vislon'In' which detnlTa 'were1 tfniMoneer-on! tbe same terms, and ; COM ROE OF LIBERAL AHT8-iitandards ItlSntloU with\ tho'Vnlver- Trains do not stop at stabons* at which Urns Is not shown. onargna.Dally

) persona with no, visible mean of subsistence ) slty of Chicago ., ,, n.\-i\ ,. t axyaiBnaday, 4 .
.*; 'were Ignored After a time, however' Were /marched\ off to'death and COLLBDE OF\ LAW-Or dustpa, admitted ';ltbot'; STSininiillon. In Florid' T -irU l r--" i 1 EI51
\ It occurred.to, him that bemight as COLLEGE OF TKOHNOLOUY-Kleotrloal' Mechanical, ana Civil En- DalUB innday Monday
glory. The ''system:''w rk8a' '"ou better iKATFOBT BRANCH 3nnday DTlyI
I well make up his mind definitely wb'arhe glneorlnx. Only Only Dally Only
., than might b*>* bee: expected. In the COI.LEQE FOB TE&CHERS-Five: ooune. or' atudr for FlorIda School I _
would do with his money when he T arbere. l ", c428l a 185'a 2 55ii to Ites .... -JaOk onYlle.! ......__.Ar ....-..,. 7 mj 1240PM 6 SfPtt I
;, got It. He could decide upon but one peninsular war, for Instance. three new PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard 'Yale, Princeton,' S mm 40FM! ata68AII Ku 2 4'i4 10 10 155 Lv..s. Jsck.nWa-..,.,.* ........,.. 7 lOAd 19 KM 621M4OCQIEHTAl I IH'

thing bat with that be was qufteA&raV" regiments were composed entirely; of Michigan V_.sar. I 45M700PM 5 S 4*. bias MAM Lr.Ly..Atlantlq Besob..Ar .,.... S S tUAM46AM lloqN116AAM ':: '

,. tented. .Screens In that region were convicts' 'and name on.: made for- itself an ftlustrlous 'I Buitnena BUKINK88. Law.: COLLEQE, -Bookkeeping. Banking. -,",,.'. Bhorthanil... .. 'Typewriting..1 i ; ._ 9 leml if oe' !L- r........Ma7p0t..Lv ..,....... 6 5OA4 11 405 4 sO'SPENINSVUR

S ft unknown and Insects troublesome but SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ART-Wood and lro,. 'wo'kl81f and Manual. m SnUMSmr
"I[ bevo steed the AT MIAMI.
.. bad ; 'WOuld .1"1 test far over see4 Training. '
SI beard of He
S a remedy. -
ar.sUll4aIb.lead. Thsli.t..lst
.5. .. tim, \ srs* .IH.c H .ct I ITbe' SCliOOL! OB1 MUSIC-Piano, OrganVoice ory,' History of Music,' I
f" 1.0 apply It freely where It -was most needed Bank ot :Naples I. the olde 1 "t I Teachers'Courae. ,. t. ,'S.., I ., ?, > CM*Cftne. bank In existence for the. Monte VeccaiblDfJ 'beauluhi 5.es. a5.tb. Sb. moat SCHOOL! OF FlitS ARTS-Drawln/* and Palming oil, wateVoolbK. pastel. Havana West
S. ,j When IaD7', money.* lie rtold' " himself proudly "I ",will 'go"to the'IIt r. fl.'J" solid! oour.... atrong teachers, modern eiiulpment, 10 laboratories.,3 museums,, Train. Discharge. PuM.nger* at 5htp'. Side. No Transfer
Giorgio at Genoa;both founded In'the seed
.: nmnll8lum.211 claus rooms, separate dormitories\ for b ith Teampraorlal, .IIIII,"( 4S.
and spend It.:,z.will, spend generously. twelfth' !ceDt1IJ'y,' have''ceased to exist hell wood\ and lion shops mnunl training aid. domestic aolenoe, auditorium,: I The,.'rIm.Tables show th. mal which
,,1 shall, have no need! to be mean I .eJ! has i also< the I Bank!\wf:Barcelona, 110,000 pine organ, 1) pianos debating clubs, llterory societies, star Impure S *oe;the 5ev.rsI:; statione, but departure train may at the be expected: to arrive' at and gnaranteodt depart
Sp, will\ 'buy: fly, paper-good sticky.fly paper. founded la the fourteenth century.. The courses Christian associations general library (IS.OOO volumes), special. iawltbrry.ennlosed ear'Ie this Couipeny to be held::1o-I"J: any delays oc any oo't: : : .Unraftom.
athlatlo field running track, tennis oonrCs./ baseball'diamond.
Sheets and sheets; of It will I Bank of Naples .jvaa, founded. In 11119! foolbalilieid. park-like aampua, shell roads, cement wa ks shrubbery and trees,. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '
(' S.' buy:, Then I will return to my house and Is a state bank with a considerable Christian (not sectarian) atqiuaptiere open to all dunom\natloDe\ steam heat, '

i'and paper the wallawith,, It.,and<<, I shall capital to( whl nno pn*lays: any eleotrlo lights electric belle, concerts, fraternities exhibitions receptions, rocitals "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .

.S 4.4% be no m.rejtroirbltd )VItholes} r.IllaJntBbnt'lll claW'. In other wOl'cJa.lt': a joint j University., ve"pers Generous. esoirai'nu patron, festivals.; no\ money Attendance spared. Btetaota.now biggest le for In Florida history first of, ,, ,J. RAMMER.. AM*. Offs'l ftus. A.*.$. .ST..AUaUATtNB. FLA.

S Is Indeed a noble thing to stock bank, with no shareholders, .>,- last, and all the time. ; .. S

MI the,, owner of a gold miner For Informaton, eataloguee bulletins, views, and folders, address ..
-1' ; # D8 and Saw1nd
: .. L ?.# :Ji..AJ.i'.r.i.J1 I I Planiiig'Mlla! & Novel fc Works
p, ""->>r; 5- -r---- .a w "". PRE3IUEST LIN09LN( HULLEY, A. 1!., Ph. D., DtfLand, Florida", ,; !'
,) h'J ;. '.' -.11. ..beJi." A- ...... ".,.-. ......_ 'Send modal.stolon or photo ol Invention' fat S .'

;':VeJm..QLgrQyerlayslaaaS > :: terbagpenaiLat 'b, rnat tf M Ir MpatoaviMt ntaMll fftf rf* book- | J. T. QAIRI, Propr. and .

'- 'Mectlon It was a popular superstition Bardwlck's Westoirsuper-Mare v : naF.r. .

'i': .!with politicians that DO.candidate rioTs at North .The hounds 'DnEsSELD. J", ( ..

S whose ,4 tm; *-began .vf 1th the riaffet.C !petmrton.( If roois and pL.UIVI.BEIR : I ., S
:tII': Blacksmith ANDIOtrbll( "
Orange 'City. Wagon
ci' s oul4be MMted to tJULdtreildetic
'S:; |dea"arose from the_fact that_no man. disturbed, with the result that, racing
:S \'Whose surname presented this peculiar.A 19t an opposite dlrection. be epludeilba& j Turniqg-, ScroU Sawing, Moulding, Window ana
.;. .. no j* iUijti Diatfer; lioWfiddilfe I t f i' was) wiun.tfil it"Li l. 'ldll", Wagona; and Buggies Made or Repaired. nOt le'Shoeh g.a Door Shedding Frames.-Newel for Groves post and !Fineries.. Balusters KT, Mantels Crates! ,and Turned Box Porch Material(Columns a specialty, etc. !

c.," .\ the'peopU :,had :ever been*sucde! $ful"M on the" spot, one havingIts neck: dlsis-' 'Specialty.. Carriage, ,bugg1. nd wagoij, painting! :done:in the.: Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building'DELAND '
the pouL'I There were two CHnttns: ;; cat d"the; other'apparently dying offright. : :: '

,'- .peorga and De Witt;"Wllium EL Craw-' .-London Mall.- -' j l.I.I.A&AA .O'fAft: tCma.nner'flDest paints u Everything[ in .Blacksmithing -' 'S Fl ORIDA.

S 'focd.,',HeD1'T 0181';'Lewis Cass and, .a t $ Done aii'cl'all Work '/ .. ,, : : S
Guaranteed .
; to' J/Flr-'t-eU. 't- .
; theM I 'moh. i..JM+ltd IXPIR1tHIpE t; iv'mer1al. .
S.number of others, who, though c." ,. 1'1 H If' ,.>f, t' > ."I If ,. H u. :
w" '" pecUl seemed 'bright;Indeed,, metLi5'u ,pen Butler,In a case la the Massa- .[ l. 'Orders Promptly Attended.. .. .. .
: . I "
defeat When It'eapliltob..rU.1.l/ oIsatI I e "ltlq daa. f. '" '' _

S S era] of tlw. C'&,- George Clinton and, ages for fatal lujary.. Senator Boar be- ; :
1117 Clsif IW.htonee.ZI;! .4ItltMn. ../ | *:potJtft.{ ( WItB) <*.d Job, "All THEO:, DEMROOrangeCJtyi; \: : +. Fl Florida 80ld'Cp b @OfQPf1

"' ate* I. several .times! ,,*but 3 never that S man, bath will ,h.y.. for hie. .! .. I'' } Y'
!It.,I r:1'II.: 'P. #">>. Roar. "w .. ...... ; -
"make tk*1 'j NJ" p \1
., ''r It' a plea of the; devil In a moOom fof la S ,,1: DII.r.fSY _.. : : : : Will quote f r'you prlies'and i yo(>]!lfti& thel* yards) near tbe.depot MI

1. ?:- ., :J :; '. ewlf9afJ1niatadbii't.. think the eNtt ... '::" ... 'i; < : : : t DeLaud with beat yellow pinr -
will be WOnt Impressed by Itr .. D_ .. ;; b ciiliJi
.ti oa Ib' = 'a._ ; : b ; L l. s

"' .*count!. ".-
: '''' 'A.4 .m4. wItSdtmL.- .Company' 11' 'f. If._ I Shingles 'Laths Etc. I
.. : .at'J Eo 1"J:2. -- .J: .. '1'-ft ,
t.:1ldo' '
Tea '. oa., ,. A... ...... "It- .;etbe.4 4.11 .. / a&AW : 'Alittumoer,.BuHdInjr'is"na''jri're"Brlclc"beni i ; eDt, etc.. promptly dell vered' :
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ek1' : olAii" '" a anowbere
MILt IlIN'GUfm,:' iid!lEJltl4dI1OrfAb1a' OdtflpeIIt 'W, ""h the city.
.. t"ro1r _I.1ii .. 'Y ..-' : - -
toqfjjf for Catalogue. !Hold:' o'Ray"Tir 00.. Wa"ud'J'cfer.o It ItrtittJAozsovlLL

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