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 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00087347:00170
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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; Friday V March 20th, Good Friday. V'V -
A Review of Stetson's Easter hymns of the College hymnal Stations of the Cross and sermon on the ;

, Winter Term I will be sang by the congregation. The Passion at 7:80: p. m. Easter Sunday, : :

The Winter term of Stetson ended Vesper chorus will sing an anthem. Mr. March 81st Communion at 7' ftHigh m. B OIlI
aill will have a solo. Prof. Morse will / Ma"s and sermon at 10 a m. Eve-
Tuesday, March 2ith.( Taking back. olng devotion at 780.: Rosary Bene- : '
I give a special organ number. The I J
diction and lectnro.
ward it sees
Ii glance over one great .
i lessons and remarks he I" ,, ,,V 'J'4,
V ''Chlldren.The canon for rejoicing. It has been the scripture V by ( M. J. CDRLEY, 11111 d 'LI"" V V
for Infants c leader will be in Rector.
recognitionof
appropriate
(. era of greatest prosperity, of largest >> .
Easter Sunday.He B
Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the !gna. Income, highest? attendance and most is not dead, but Is alive again. Methodist Episcopal Church !Soutli.! !!4I! J. qir4cr

.. tare of Chacu IL Fletcher, and has,been made under his elllclent service. A lire has been kindled Let this day be made a day of rejoicing Regular services every Sabbath 'at 11 .

personal supervision for over 8O )'ears. Allow no one In the hearts of all Its friends a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10
unlike Easter
"Black
to deceive '.you' In .thf Counterfeits, Imitations and and the work has gone forward with Friday", Sunday a m; Junior EpworVh League 8pm;Senor -

Jnat-aa-good are but Experiments and endanger the enthusiasm and zeal such as have not is triumphant and victorious The most Epworth League 6 80 p m; mid-week Yu
/,PURE
solemn fact of the Christian religion;, Is rayermeeting Wednesday 7 80 p m, A ,
health of Children-Experience against experiment. been known before. The spirit of cooperation
memorltillzeci by it. If Christ be not cordial invitation is extended to all '

The ,Kind You .Have Always Bought is everywhere. The FacultyIs risen from the aead then is your faith these services. DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM ,
working like Trojans. The studentsare OF .
vain. Let everybody come to the audi At the Presbyterian Church. IV i,, ,_ V I !LtJ., ,,
''Bears the Signature of winners all along the line. Everyday torlnm on Sunday afternoou There TARTAR ,BAKING POWDER
. the pulse beats stronger. Sunday school at 0:45. Easter service ,
are only 2 more vesper services; the at! 11 o'clock. Text of sermon: Mark I .

-' Increased FacilitiesThe Easter service is one, and then on April 1:45. "They Came to Him From Every

last three months have witnessed 7 will be observed a day of prayer for Quarter" During the service "This is It daoB not contain an atom of'phoB- .'

marked increase in the faclll the It will all the Dav"-Sudds. With Verdure Clad phatlo ld whioh '/
V- University. be observed from' the Creation and "The Day of a ( [ the product ofhonos

V ." It. ties. The $40,000 Carnegie Library Is over the State of Florida, A special R;ennrrectlon"-Newcomb, will be snag digested 'In' aulphtirlo laid) or ;of alum i

now a certainty, and Mr. Klutno the appeal has been sent to all the churches Y. P. S. C. E prayermeeting at 6 ,
Use For Over 3O Years.
Jn Jacksonville architect is hard at workon It will be the culmination of the Vesper o'clock In the morning/ Union evening (whloh la OflO.'thls1daulphurloaold: )} un-;
I Mt OtNtuM gapiyp.v. I MUNM.t, NtW nK service in the Methodist Episcopal
and services of the year.
the drawings specifications.Mrs Church South. All are invited. hoalthful subatanooa adoptotlforothoba :

!Stetson's' gift of $40,000 to endow I '

I ;; ; L."ki -.a..4I the Library is also a certainty. To The Mother"and Her Girls !St.! UarnsbnH Church.St. kIngp v ifi.. ..heoausa- 'thai,. ohoapnaaa. ,'1
Gladntome'e of Humor.It I '
I p4essionatCarb< $. this must be added! the $20,000 given "Do not be unduly di-tnrbed. dear Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.
that
). was universally acknowledged
i Campbell Gray, Rector.
mother at the dawning of a almost
day
by Hon. C. T. Sampson which yields a
"' ; Mr. Gladstone's memory was prod.iglous March 81st, Easter Sunday. 7 a.

,JAMESW. PERKINS. but there was a certain lord chief thousand dollars a yeai for the purchase sure to come In yonr experience with m. Holy: Communion; 9 a. m Morn- --- ---

I justice of England who thought the of books. Stetson therefore bas I yonr girls," advisee Mrs. Sangster in lag prayer; 0:80 a, m Sunday school,

ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- stutemnn'a memory of his feats of a library worth 8100,000. This Is a Woman's Home Companion for April."If 10:80: a m. Choral service with sermOn III. Yulcev Thrift.
I have if 4 p. m, Evensong. Daily service at 8 p. A Massachusetts ells of The Peaeoclc o.t Ho.,..,
LAW. memory more prodigious still. On one splendid possession. Where in the they strong characters they man a story
after Visitation of '
Tuesday Easter
m.
occasion after listening to what seem whole southland can It be epualed? are able to stand on their own feet they Right Rev. Bishop Gray and conflrma-. "Old John" Lnngley. veteran'Worces- The real home of peacocks or pea
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, DeLand Florida, ed to him a "tall story" of some happening Not only Stetson University, but the will reach a station where the train they tlon, at 0 p. m. ter horseman, that Is V Illustrative of fowls la In, IndIa 'There they were and
IB used for
and their flesh
Will Practice in State and Federal / of the great man's early years take; lead them from Yankee astuteness. : are hunted
state of Florida Is to be congratulated may away yon.
fOod As the birds live In the same region
Courts determined to One, dny I.niiRler,: sought his tailor
the lord chief Justice go Baptist Church.
have said with shade
Girl to of
borders such me, a
within Its a
on having hunting IB avery
,; him one better. 80( he said! that be re- Easter service in the morning at 11 and lu B3inewlmt, profane terms >demanded as the tiger, peacock
CTEWAUT k BLY.ATTORNEYSATLAW.. mombeied when be was only six magnificent Library. It will be like: a sadness, that they regretted that they 'clock.. Subject of discourse, "The "ii pair of breaches of tbe best dangerous sport. The long train

months old "nd lying In hla cradle he city set on a hill whose light cannotbe must sometimes make decisions of Lesurrection. Anthem, "Eastertide", luff In I the shop" Of the many of the puiit-ock" Is not Its tall as many

I law his nurse surreptitiously help herself hid. Other gifts totaling many which their mothers did not approve. by Marzo. Solo by Prof. Webb B. Hill. samples anlnnltted Old John bit upon a SUI'POHP. but Is composed V of feather

V to a glass of brandy and said to( thousands dollars) for gymnasium One of the temptations to which we Evening service 7.80: opened with Song beautiful silky\ I rondclotli.., the most which grow out ,just above' the tall
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f Office: In Bank Building. DELAND. himself: I for endowment, for Improvements, indicate fallible mothers are liable is that of Service. Special music. Decorations, costly piece of goods the tailor had anil, are called the tall coverts. Peacocks -
invited.At '
! V Branch office over Postofflce.DAY'l A "As soon( ns I can speak shan't I tellmr that the friends Stetson Uni- ignoring the obvious fact that grownup You are cordially 'and, although this was most uusult- have been known; for many hundred -

niothpr!" going to provide for all daughters or daughters nearly grownare the Christian Church. able for the purpose, Langley Insisted ypiirs' They are mentioned In the
Bert Fish versity are : I
! Cary D Landis "The thin? Is absolutely Impossible," her real needs. not babies any longer and are not to Bible school Lord's Day 10 .a. m.; that It was Just whllt he wanted Furthermore Bible. Job mentions them and they
.
LANDIS & FISH he desired nre mentioned, too In I Kings x. Hundreds
be declared" that ,
I' nnn :Mr Rlndntone's comment In his be compelled to yield their individualityto Christian Endeavor 6:45 p m.; Prayer. ,
Income meeting Wednesdays: p m; PreachIng It "made up wrong side out." of years ago/ In Home many thou-
anT"COUNSELORS; ton
!I ATTORNEYS -.I gravest The laid cfil'" f said afterward The funds of the University were ours. There are crises in young lives, Sunday morning by pastor The I The tailor expostulated in vain but nnd, pcoentka were killed for the great,
justice
j AT-LAW, be bad been beaten because be never in such good condition. They and the only thing for a mother to do. union services of the M E., Presbyterian. -'the trousers were made as per .peclcatlona feasts which the emperor made. The
, th'it having given such counsel as she thinks M. E. South and Christian churcheswill and dellvereA trains pf the peacock were considered
' .... DeLand, Florida had reckauad: on :Mr. Gladstone having have been augumented first of all by be held at the M. B. South church I ,.
Practice In State and Federal the Investments of the rest, is to leave her daughters entirely day or BO thereafter a friend, callIng -, a great trent, anil many had, to be
a.. Will glenm of humor."T gifts. Again Sunday evening at 7:80.J.: .
", .. V Courts. won, mistaken" be said sadly. University this year declared extra free to work out their own problems W. B SMITH 'I on Langley, remarked on the trousers killed! for a single feast.
Special facilities for examining and Enormous trouble and overwhelming Pastor. In uncomplimentary language.
V perfecting land titles Tried to Ae .....r""' .. dividends Further, the large Increaseof disaster Interference In the Langley said he was satisfied. More Moeoonr'e Olil DruB Btore.The .

I The Minister's 'Ife-rm afraid Mr. students has brought an Increase of may follow The First Methodist Episcopal Inarch. guying resulted lu an offer' from Old greatest drug store In the world

J I tV,. McCRORY, Skinflint' does not realize that the Lord tuition fees and the addition of a management of other people'sIives. and Rev. Wm. J. Harkness Ph. D., Pas- oho to bet $IO! that the cloth cost will be found In one of the most back-

loves n\-heerfill giver. The Minister- slight Increase la the costoi board has although daughters are part of yonr tor. more per yard than that In his friend's ward countries of the world. It,exIsts -

Oil. I don't know! The less he give in part Increased the Income. From own existence yet ,you cannot treat Sunday school 10 a. m.; Preaching trousers, The bet was taken and the In Moscow and 1 Is over two centuries -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tho more cheerfully he gives! It. these and other causes it has come them as if yon were an autocrat. Give service 11:00: a. m; Epworth League 6:45i tailor was to decide It.. He named the 01<1. Its title ta the Old Nlkolska

-- about that the University has been your daughters room for Individual ex p i m Evening service at 7:80. Cordial price. The friend would not believe pharmAcy, and since'1833' it has beenn
: jJeLand Florida. pansion and liberty of choice." Invitation to all, hat the rough goods could be to Costly the family of the present proprietor. -
,
with
able ahead Improvements
to ,
.. S. B. Wright. Jr. The Modesty of Women go until be was shown the shiny silky It Is a building| of i Imposing.,4Imen-
is in first class
s l.f B. Wright so that now everythIng What Onr Reporter Saw" In New York.A aide. Then be paid a* other men had clone, with ninny departments, IncludIng -
& WRIGHT, Naturally makes them shrink from the condition. There Is no deficit. Thtreare NEW RAILROAD 1
WRIGHT similar that Old John reap
beta BO
for
; Indelicate questions, the obnoxious examinations recent, visit to one of the largest on one of professional education G. ,
I ATTORN EYS-A'r.I.A W.NOTARIES. and unpleasant local treat- no debts. The University has lA WS FOR FLORIDAWill paint factories in the world. disclosed ed quite a harvest on his original idea. he' staff, which numbers 700 person

V PUBLIC ments, which some physicians consider money in the treasury with which to machinery that was producing 10,000jallons Philadelphia Ledger. They make up about 2,000 prescription
.
,. essential In the treatment ot diseases of meet Its future obligations. of Paint and doing it better a day and so perfect IB tbe organization
1 OJljn at Telegraph Office.DE. women. Yet If help can be had, It Is be Recommended by the Florida and in less time than 100 gallons conld Better No Food Than N> OD.... that an error Is seldom recorded.A .

AND, FLORIDA. better to submit to this ordeal than let Good Times Railroad Commission. be> made by hand mixing. The Creole would rather do withouta

the disease grow and spread. The trouble The Stetson University students This was the ,celebrated t. & M. Paint. few meals than miss a good opera Good GneH of Lonar A...

: J E. ALEXANDER, Is that so often the woman undergoes allthe work hard but they have good times. March 23. In the The L. & :M Zinc, hardens L. & M. with a One cast nor doe this admirable During the American Revolution an
Fla.
:: annoyance and shame for nothing. Tallahassee, White Lead and makes L. & M. Paint
The winter has been enlivened by apply to the middle estimate !
who have been spirit merely English magazine published an
ThonsandsXjf women report which the Florida Railroad wear like iron for 10 to IS years
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. cured Bi Dr. rterce's Favorite Prescription receptions, entertainments and din classes. Many a charming little Creole I of the North American colonies.
t I Commission will make the Governor 4 gallons L & M mixed with 8 gallon!
f, wrlWk. In irtHjrPclatlon of the cure ners. The students will long remem- lady who might point to a Marlgnyon Placing the popluatlon then at 2,000.-
Linseed Oil 7 of at
Brush Block. which dlsiMfest&Sn Mi the examinations an Item of interest is that which shows maKes gallons paint her escutcheon would not hesitate that It would double
In : 000 and assuming
1 jV Office ber the Irish wake they had on St.Patrlck's cost of less than f 1.20 per gallon.If .
DeLand, Florida. "and, local treatment.! o'r-lii'r |lx nn ptl er that $1 )6110 in fines for the failure to a If hard pressed to do her own Itself every twenty-five years the writer -
and the delightful picnics In L & M.
n"rt"a'e defect exists Paint
I Day
NLl\ IVactlce in State and Federal i:1gnesQ: sure fnr perform the ordinary duties of a common any housework In order to be able to blossom rstlimttod, that In the year 1 00 the

V Courts women as "Favorite clraln&.lrregUlarlt Prescription and It I to Green Springs, Blue Lake, carrier were assessed by the CommIssion will repaint house for nothing.Donatinus I out at night in her proper place, number would have Increased to 64-
debilitating. of L. & M. made to churches -
cures female weakness. It always helps. It I Crows' Bluff, the St. John's River, on Railroads during the last radiant and exquisite, in a loge grille at OOO.OOO. This may be taken as a most
JR. G. A. DAVIS. DeLeon Springs, Lake WinnemUsitt the It matters little In New remarkable prophecy. Inasmuch as the
almost always cures. It is strictly nonalcoholic ( fiscal year. The appropriation n for the 8 Sold R D. McDonald DeLand opera.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, non secret all its ingredients and other delightful! resorts near maintenance 01 tne commISSIon; is OUT by. Orleans to what unfortunate straits census of 18UO) fixed. .the ,total' population ..
being printed on Its bottle-wrapper; contains DeLand. The Presentation Day exercises ----------- adversity may have driven a lady, at 62.622,250. .
DELAND, FLORIDA. no deleterious or habitformingdrugs. |16,000, so the commission will have Ztove ills lacom*. she do typewriting
combined the elements of serious even though may
Office at residence, Indiana avenue and every native medicinal root accomplished good work, If the lines "So coo !hare decided that Tallaferro for people whom she meet socially, Ron.h on the Doctor

Court House.Office entering into Its composition has the full work and genial play. The Glee Club are paid. But the commission has to cannot marry your daughter." there ac enough noble minded peopleof When a physician take a vacation
Hours: 9 to 13. 9 to 4, and 7 to 8. endorsement of those most eminent In the has done its part to make our College wst assuredly not; wouldn't have
report also that but$300 of the amount the anclen regime who will help her his medical friend who looks after ble

RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, 1[. D. of several these schools numerous of medical and strongest pro.cUce.orne/! of/:!professional work pleasant. The College paper, has been paid, and the Attorney Gen- such a son-in-law.' to forget the pinch of poverty and see patients In his absence often. resent
M the work of the Kent Club and the "What's the trouble? Is he dissipatedor
V endorsements of Its Ingredients, eral has been requited to enter suits that she receives the greatest consider. being called the "assistant". The relieving -
will be found In a pamphlet wrapped Literary Societies, the oratorical contest for the collection of the balance. proilgiti'l""Evei'ythiiig.! ation. This Inbred chivalry I. one of : doctor would prefer to be V

PHYSICIAN SURGEON. around the bottle, also In a booklet mailed the splendid farce by Prof. This with other matters upon which I lie lias an edition de the most marked and endearing traitsof known ,as colleague or, coadjutor or
free on request, by Dr. E. V. Pierce, of IUXP opinion) or lilmxolf but Is In reality to added
Sahrle's students of Elocution and the commission will will the southern character lending substitute. An old lady recently
East New York Avenue )Buffalo N. Y. These professional endorsements the report prob- t onlv. ii pnppr iut<'ked copy."-New
Office on Play-all Indicate the wide the south an atmosphere free from our a new synonym when she announced -
College
DELAND, FLORIDA. should have far more weigh! ably result in a reconstruction of the Torn I'r"o.POSCE .
parasitical flunkylsm over mere money that she was being treated by'herown
of the variety of earnest work and joyous
than any amount ordinary lay or Railroad Commission act, vesting the
Its Insignia.-O. H. White In H.I'p.r' > "
or
I S. MUNSON. non-professional testimonials. that hand In hand at physician's "accomplice.
[)R. A. pleasure go commission with the authority to collect
.
Magazine.
The most Intelligent! women now-a-days DE LEO CELEBRATION.ST. .
insist on knowing what they take as med Stetson its own fines and giving supervision Wo... Still.
AUGUSTINE.On ; .. '
HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN.. New Ideas ... -- -- _-
icine Instead of opening their mouths like over the physical properties of: UUUU n Irate Huahand
a lot of young birds and gulping down The Trusrees ofthe.Uolversity decided the railroads. account of the Ponce De Leon celebration Sir Henry Irving, the English actor would not, Interrupt me every time I

Office Second Door South of Fisher's whatever Is olfered them. "Favorite Pre by an overwhelming vote to keep There can be no question that the at St. Angnstine, Fla./ April! once wanted a white horse to use :In try to say something! Do I ever break
Drug Store. scription" IS Of KNOWN COMPOSITION. It 2nd 4tb Inclusive, the Atlantic of his but no white horse '
V tq 1007 one scenes Wife-
E'- railroad service In Florida has been In when are talking? III.
of the Universitystrong you
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5and.7to5p.m. makes weak women strong and sick the foundations Const Line Ry. will give: a special rate that was suitable could be get. At lasta V
S to sleep!
well. them. Thisbrought materially bettered during the last NO; you; wretch; you go
Women by not disturbing of one and one third first class fares for stage band advised him to apply:to
V DeLand Florida. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser Is sent JV few weeks. Until the beginning of Pullman .
on receipt of stamps to pay expense of back the confidence of Inves- the round trip. For) reservalions a certain distinguished actor man.ger.who -- - -------

mailing only. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, tors of funds in permanent stability the mandamus proceedings before the and detailed information see the be Bald had such a horse. Sir
r\n. JOHN REEVEi Y. 81 one-cent for Atlantic Coast Line Agentor write
Buffalo N. stamps
,
paperoovered Court the Atlantic
It noble against Inspected the
of the institution. was a Supreme District Henry visited the owner. "
for cloth-bound.
or stamps Frank 0. Boylston Passenger The Cause of Many
If sick consult the Doctor free of chargeby act on the part of the Trustees. It Coast Line the commission was flooded Agent. Atlantic Coast Line,, Jacksonville horns and the bargain was concluded
JYSICIAN AND SURGEON:'!, letter. All such communication are based but afterthought Sir Henry Bald
an
gave assurance\ that they have strong with complaints, chiefly upon Fla. *s Sudden D aths.
held lacre.llr.confldent".I. weakenthe the failure of the roads to furnishcars he trusted the animal was not fractious. -
and will not .
Office in store recently occupied by Dr. Pierce s Invlgprate\ business sense' ; In'
I and regulate stomach liver and bowels receive and There .la a diseiseprevailing'' thissountry &
and to
Dr. Mellettc. Residence 408 West securities of the University'. promptly Malloloo V
V "Not at all, Sir Henry, I assure you; moat dangerous became so decep"love. -
..
shipments.The
New York Ave. By forming an active alliance with transport Gladys< -1 refused Fred two weeks Many sudden
excellent horse In Why.
an every way.
DeLand. _- Florida. ALFRED) HOWARD the Florida Baptist Education osiety Attorney General began proceedings ago and he hits been drinking heavily I rode him night/ after night, and all 1 I V deaths are caused by t
for the issue of a peremptory since. Ethel-Isn't It about time be 31t_heart' disease,
H.: D. BRACEY. the Trustee have secured the cooperation I had to complain of was that be would V
[DR SURVEYOR AND DRAFTSMAN!' writof mandamus to force the Atlantic stopped celebrating heart "
of the pneumonia.
of a strong state organization occasionally yawn when I was on ( apoplexy'"
Coast Line to put its road bed and< '
of
Baptists. In having the friendship stage. often the result
V DENTIST. Mapping, a Specialty the Uospel Herald the University will tracks in safe and suitable condition t,It Is estimated that lies 80,000,000 sunk worthof the .'Indeed," said Sir Henry. "A bit of a- ., I rare kidney disease. If
along
. Office: First door west of Bank. have a voice that shall speak eloquently and to perform the usual duties of a British treasure a critic then evidently" I | kidney trouble Is allowed -
:jr: MICHIGAN AVENUE, DELANO, FLA route from England to India. to advance the
carrier as required by the
DeLaD" Florida. warmly and kindly in safe- common ,
V V S rights of franchise. While the mandamus Th. Wind Month. 1 kIdneypotaoedblood \
all the interests which the will attack the
guardldg V
Letter to A. D. McBride. November was called by the ancient
S MASSAGE. V. H. :VOORHIS! University represents. There are new;, proceeding drag Interminablyin the wlnt monat or ,wind ". ,-_--, L' r'Aftt I organs or: the ..r,
Saxon. :
.. I IV the the court the service has Improvedand DeLand Fla. kidneys themselves break down and, wasteaway "
into University .
forces ,
entering then '
the "
month account'ot galea V '
, /r'& A...M. GOODMAN. 'M. D. V Dentist, new Interests are being attached it. the Railroad Commission has had. Dear Sir: No man I. in a position to prevalent, on It was also named tbe blot' Bladder cell by troubles cell. most always result from 'fr';

MISS: MAUD GOODMAN Expansion is the word The University many complaints withdrawn by shippers Influence men with regard to their pro- monet or blood month' from the *n. a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is '
.
I '-' P. O. ,Block, DeLand, Fla. reaches, out Its hands .to all to help.It because the service was so much perty more than you in that little roomwhere clanS practice of then slaughtering cattle obtained< quickest by 'a proper treatment of j

Honrs: 8.80 to 12 and 1.80 to 4 stands for Florida. It will work: for Improved that: the need to press them they tell you their trouble. Pity for the winter provision It IB Bali ,, the kidneys. If you are foaling badly you
521 WOOPLAWN BOULEVARD V If yon don't know how to keep a house Dr Kilmer's
was removed. senator wished 'to can make no mistake by taking <
V Florida.;, It shall be of service to the dry and sound, sort of structure that the Roman '
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VOLUalA All the Invitedto house store factory warehouse shop bar ft .
whole state people are bladder remedy. ,
V INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR- W. C. CANNONS' that general statute be adopted months had already been named after !
share in..ltd benefits;, ,all thechurches. a providing fence-any, fort of fence, except, rail; '1t'eolt.r1abnu\ )"'to hold urine and scald-
AN9l ? p'Y.. I / a for the prompt settlement ot with paint. : Julius Cewkr and Augusta,. but the \ .la passing It, and overcomes that f
,.d/Jt Feed, and Sale i Stables. .of Florida are'asked. to coCp'eratel felt that It WRB \ 1\\
Canute ,
; Cary D. Landls. Llveryl, just claims for the loss and damage of Wbat-palntr'Tbe'palot thai takes emperor, like unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
! Bert Fish, Treaa. I ? ; all denominations"?! : will be freight, giving the rallriads ninety least /gallon; for paint coat money and possible to have too much flattery, a/td/ fa often during the day And to get up!many Ii
and
> President Sec y ,- Pins V Fashionable' [Turnouts welcomed to a part in Its work. The the filingof the claim lIS patting it on. costs twice as much M the refused remarking(dryly; ,."What will i times during tha-inlchl., ;The mild and,the i!;'
( V: Bu.meet all train at A, C. L. Ppik: day. from paint.' If'7ot1 haVe extraordinary affect\ of Swamp-Root 1* iooereaiiied.is ..l
Tltl Insured. public school,teachers; of Florida especiaily.'thall yon do. conscript fathers...... .. .
a which to effect settlementproviding .;
Its :
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: Hanks inert morning and afternoon V. E. That Is short; but thats.. all;It Include thirteen Caesars > It stands ma'highest -won-. -
; Abstract furnished and title perfected. 0. a?... train. at Orange City, and ninth .. have, its benefits. Poor a penalty for failure to settle within the rent. One paint wean long, anotbnwean \ -'. ;i derful. cures' of the moat,dlatraaslnr cases. .

.. Maps' Plat and Blue Print Sup- train at DeLand Junction. U. 8 Mil" boys and ,poor girls are, asked i to cor the given time Thta.ls designed to short;but the one that wMntohi ,'Tk.ViIeiliIritabi., _.. II' Swamp-Root Is pleasant! to takeand-.cold. 'V
both routes. Haoka meet boat at Bereafunl. O ,
" plied. bankE respond with it. There is 'a' welcome Is th. least-gallon tfalntf taut-gallon V I by all druggist flft.entnct: = one-dflllar
. Opposite Volu.U County Gentle horses and osretul driver. J satisfy one V of the chief complaint Golf !I. 'considered"; bad' for met tomtoer V.

V DIllLANl>, *. or ::: ':' .") _J ACITY Phone a. V .DeL lnd. Ftafifl :and, K helping hand ,for all the boy with which the commission has had ideal o means mean pa wnlcerated e and strong'and and weak most-gallon,' beside but even on a golf course ODe wjll sized have a bottles sample. You b : 'f V

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE and,girl, *.Jf.Florida V -the failure of the railroads to. small gallon* '- ; -V .: not see anythingapproaching; ; the rods tbih'eunderfuh ace''mayII.I. .:
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F I. make prompt settlement of claims. 'nese 'that I..> be< Been on the,croquet COVO15fl4VbOGI
V 'W111 pay for the jAoiIllJ Paint I I. one of the biggest Interest i D to ; '
dFFICEXOF1a. $4 SONVILLEEVENINOMuTBOpoLis : Thfl V VeSper'Servlceso, the United State not the business of groundS' "If a'golfer lHfooeles"lSE. ( 'ball teiI'eS. about It. -:

V, until The tourists who came 'South ...Ia making ,It;. no, site business of pain, .r gets tbimkero4'; be may .throw his sent free by miL Address KUmar BtlCo.! '

'H: HATWABD Tb4 :Basted Vesper eel vice, ,will !be Clyde Una. buying return excursion taking care of property. Paint I Is wort club, about and: u'ea"U e.bedlpap (lan Blnchamton. N. Y' -J>When I writing menUo. '

I Prnperi .r.''specl- < fie writes January.1908) The quicker 'you send observed at Stetson University by avery tickets,, are doing some severe V .kloklrig' a great deal more than It costs,"and. the ,!! but be,will not accuse fbI opponent -* readme' this J.r! *.f>r .to this; piper.:; -
cIty in' ,name the.,.moret 'you will gtt beet costs- least DevoetYonrs I "'Don*;.mike' !
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/t\ for the Aetna, /'The' lawlDIrIre/ -lnault. your solemn and:beautiful ppecIal1pro.grifl We mean those who,did not bsve.b.rths *- : of cheatlpg _rid refuse to peek DrID1.t.ltebl1tntDem'j":

"V mooe company of America''- DeS the for your money. It Is not V often ydu i>f,Bmtw t BUMWU;/.Dr.'Holley reserved weeks ago. All berths on e...1 ,: truly to 'the nnfortnnate person foc.tbe'rust betthiN.-tJ..mp-Bootl'DtI. -" ',, :.,;,,.1

: V V few fire companies noW'very popular. In can Address getsuoh.Carter a bargain fejEtussell-FubUchldg-In a newspaper: will conduct tK. servloe.The1! platfowlUbafoU rmbeautiful the ships are engaged to the nil Unit V Ft W. DEVCW & COO. /, t rM the Jay.'whlch: M croquet' play* hv.1uesB '. : tM4vepe'V ....> .:

;. VV 8en. Frafrisoo. California. -- ot'ilnoers'' :'"The up to April 10th.. |\\HI W.Fisher Mils our paint. > eo ..-tJ. 5.V'a. S 'U9SJsa' mt.a&t.1"1. : ,)
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LOSS C8EHJL EVENTFUL LIFE THE GIFFORD COSfEftT. several year ago. He will have the
ALL OVER THE COUNTY
/OLliSlACOUHTY! (; RECORD main building of the hotel remodeledsome
DeLand will
The Record last week That people support a
personally repainted and with wing part op
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referred to the' visit to high class entertainment wa fully proven ITEMS OF I3TEBEST! WAFTED TO and repainted will be quite an attractive Watts & Miller Co.
last Friday night tbelarge andrepresentative
by
? n *rad l. th* ......Gmoe M IfeLaad. Via.M DeLand of Col. William DAlton audience that getberad to TilE KECOBII OFFICE! BY ITS bnilding on Kembel Ave. (Incorporated) '4IIARDWARE

t Mtmid slaM mLtar.i Mann, owner and editor of Town bear Ilia Electa Gifford, the renowned CORRESPONDENTS. That terrible little pest the white fly. FURNITURBUNDERTAKINQ :

Topics and founder of The Smart *.>p.ano. I is threatening the grove COM! to town,

i; 8. E. PBEV1TT, EdlUr A PrsprleUr.d"jW' Set Magazine, also fuunder 'of Tb. program consisted of three groupsof Pierson. and unless something can be don soon :

tf. -.. f f r--. SS f f- f-". *,*.!!. south of De song by Hiss. Gifford. The first to check them, no doubt they will be in We begin the New Year a very attractive line of
Waldo Farm a mile I
ft 1: Florida should double her Land. croup being ancient ..,01(8. the wcoml Mr. L. E. Causey of !Seville:! WM most every< grove in the neighborhood '
modern I shortly. Several are .frying different Parlor Furniture Hall 'RackS Bed \
German song and the third Bedroom Salts
; population,as well as her taxable Col. Mann has made a numberof longs. The selections were extremely among our visitors here last Saturday.J. remedies' but seem to do bat little good ,

value during the'next decade.. visitsto DeLand E. Boyed of Darlington 8. C.,'was if any. Felt Mattresses National Springs. '
4 _. yea"ago Interesting and It U doubtful It a more prominent visitor here and guest of the I Ialre. ... Lounges, a :
spending considerable of the varied program or one that held the .

The only thing for Senator winter months at Waldo Farm, attention of the audience more perfectly Pierson boos Friday.' Orange City. A Very Complete Line of, China and Japanese Matting i iI

ForaKer to do i is to prove an alibi and has always spoken a good could have been/ deviapd. Hiss OiffonlIs The Dillard brothers, John and Leon,

: from Brownsville on the night of word for the pretty Southern ", without question the greatest sinner active Mulligans of Emporia. were perambulating HIM Ada anot O.of Massey To Record is the at duly Orange accredited I We will take pleasure In showing: you through our ''t

'''; ". the shooting. town in which he has a winter who has ever appeared DeLand. Very! here Saturday. dry. and will aocv abucnptioD and I extensive< stock: at any time. Careful attention. ,j
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home. While making a social few singers could have held an audience James E. Cede leading citizen and ads tw the ......... Any ouortMM extended given all Mail order ,: : :. I II 1

:L "' There will be something doing( call at this office be took occasion so completely through a program' of well pouted Justice of the Peace of this bft will be dnly appreciated.) I FUNERAL DIRECTORS

1 when the Legislature gets settled to compliment DeLand and the eighteen songs. place went to DeLand on business Mon I

down to business. There i. loti progressive spirit of its people, Prof. Morse played three organ solos day. Mr. and )(n. 1 Snnmaa: of PUtaborg. Mr. J. A. StIUu graduate '. I
the progress the town has made the Pastorale being especially beautiful Merchant Jake Harper and Web ,Pa., are guests of lira. S's amt., )(r J. In embalming, and licensed> by '

t of investigation to be done.A since his last visit, the tine roads The public will be glad to knowthat Powell were among the Floridians from I W. Clark. the State Board of Health. is incbargeofthjsderartmentand I .

writer In a woman's maga- put down,. the line residence arranftemenU have practically been here to visit the DeLsnd real-estate Died Wednesday. morning wife of will civs prompt and careful _
erected, the beauty of our shady completed to have Miss Gifford sing In auction ale last week. Ned Smith colored, at her borne on attention to every detail this

;: zine wants to' know why men shelled streets, the pure waterwe the "Creation'* next year. She was very Aaron PrIce. the thoroughly experienced Graves Ave. work. I

wear suspenders. If the reas 'n have, and the enlargement of much pleiwed with DrLand the University < millwright of the firm of :Mrs. Ellison write that after some Funeral Supplies ,

4 is not obvious enough, she might The Hotel: College Arms its fine and the arrangement tor ber concert Price Bros at Bakersbnrg, spent last delay she reached ber Eau Claire,, Wia.

: refer to the police regulation. service,. ,the. prosperity of the here. The Lyceum committee are week In Jacksonville with his sick wife. home safely. Always in Stock. _

John B. Stetson University, and to be congratulated on the success of
Peter Pierson and son Eugene botanists Mrs. McBrycr who left for ber

r ._ There is a very heavy bloomon the evidences'of' prosperity he the entertainment.--- florists and trackers" of East Pier- Tonlon Ills. home last week Tuesday,
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the trees throughout; the orange sees on all bands. lie said our son, are making daily shipments of reached there safe and well Thursday
Pavilion at Lake Beresford. .
be'
indeed
people should proudof evening.Mrs. .
belt of Florida but unless! beans and some celery.
asparagus green
the fact that here is one of I The Beresford Improvement Society Oeo. Baker returned Saturdayeve The Hobart M. Cable Pianos
rain comes soon the crop will be little citiesIn The local baseball team of sassy bitters
the most charming since Its organization!! several years ago from Tampa, where she spent a few -
seriously affected by the drouth. with its fine donned their rnnnlnic U>KS Saturday things of
all the South, has accomplished much good< In the days visiting her daughter and her No one ever making com-
and cultured population, thronged matter of improvements eto. Some afternoon and took a lively practice brother. parUons between the Hobart M.Cable
l- The Boston scientists who discovered winter with the best of on their Mulligan guard No 1 diamond.
every time ago it raised funds for the erection I Mr. Lewis Young has been in Jacksonville T'f Pianos and any other Piano. The
q' that the' soul of man tourist travel to the State.: lIe of a pavilion at the landing at Beres- Miss Mary Harper who is possessed for several day having bis .p.S.S '
eyes of the Hobart M. Cable
superiority:
I : weighed from half an ounce toan was happy that be was identifiedwit.h ford. The Society has decided to erecta of a sweet disposition and lovely man treated. Ha expects to return horn ,
struck" it and had an interest in such larger and more commodious than terminated a pleasant month's outing the last of the week. Piano is so marked, tbat' .when one
probably .4
ounce a beautiful and thriving town as was at first contemplated. The change with relatives In Jacksonville Fri. I Mrs. Eldred and Miss Fannie Trow. I speaks of Pianos It simply the Hobart
; about for Boston
right an average \.l
,. soul. DeLand is. has been decided upon that better day.John bridge returned Sunday eve from Rock- ',e; M. Cable. This Piano is a delight to _(
In connection with the visitof facilities may be bad for the accommodation L. Hatcher a
; Col. Mann to DeLand The of picnic parties-a convenient the Morrison & Byrd Naval Stores business they spent a most delightful week. -. '
When District Attorney Jerome clear and harmonious. Don't think of
Record takes the opportunity, place to rest. lunch and to pass the idle at Turpentine City. accompaniedby : I /
There Is qnite a delegation of Orange
: frames up a 15,000 word with great pleasure to refer to moments while at the lake enjoying aday' his \gentle handsome young wife .t purchasing a Piano until you have
City home folk and tourists on the / '
hypothetical question, he might his long, eventful and useful life, oatlng. There Is no place there was here Saturday. bench this week. most of whom expect 4i- seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable I

the alienist with and in the sunset of his lit now except the packing house. The -
: at least present yet Mr. E. C. Byrd an affable young I to return to O. C.. bat a few. we hear. Piano.J. .

a vest; pocket; memory system to he is enjoying tine health, and larger pavilion was also decided npon man of Turpentine City and the beautiful will go Northward from there.A .
A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
go along with it. actively engaged in the management from suggestions! by; LeLand parties. and attractive Miss Helen Cade of I
: of the successful publications The Society will be in need of additional this place attended church at Barber- Philadelphia lady sent some money
which he controls. lie is i funds to meet the Increased expense.A to Mrs. Plaisted the other day for the
the law
If it were not against villa Sunday evening.
Seminole that her
; out of number of DeLand people have Hospital. saying JOHN B. WELCH
making $50,000 a ,
; year
which of course they never violate Town Topics, and over $300,000out already expressed to mxmbers of the Mr.. W M. :McLendon: a most splendid father bal been nearly killed by the ,

1 the railroads probably would of the Smart: Set Magazine, Society a desire to contribute towards woman and two particularly pretty Seminoles years ago and she !sent this ORANCE -CITY FLA.

: like to send the President passesto both of which lie and his daughter this additional expense. A committee children of Bakersbnrg, were in town money in gratitude that his life had .... ------", ,--.. --..,-,---

: go way off somewhere on a control owning most of the from the Society will receive any contribution Saturday UL_ U .. nccompanied u_. __.,__ brandpa'I been spared. FANCY AND
STAPLE
; long restful vacation. stock. Jjoth of these publications for the purpose you wish to "'U'JU" "a. ti "a.vL.tuuua I Don't forget the quarterly meeting of GROCERIES

have a world wide circulation. make. Such pavilion is. greatly needed Mrs. Nels Pierson and Mrs. Jake the Library Association next Monday TOBACCO AND CIGARS. .

Secretary Oortelyou is now going ; The Smart Set Magazine\ i is especially during the tourist season. Harper headed .large train tnrn-ont of April 1st and the Cemetery Association -DRY GOODS. ,SHOES flATS ETC., ETC.-
around the doubtless the most successful Oar visitors are tbere almost daily. lady folk to Seville Friday afternoon to Tuesday April 2nd. A attendance -' '
Treasury Depart- .
and popular publication that has see the lIIn The white has renewed attack I
fly
ment lid with monkey-wrench.
a yet been established in America Harper took a couple of wagon loads of Grounds is at work and there will class Groceries tor your table.

- '..- And there are a lot of people won- Usually it takes years and a for- in upon the the north groves end in of the this vicinity county of and 88"l1Ie.we,I ladJibucks over the sand lappers pikfl. yet be something to show for it. Country Produce Bought. A Flrst-classMeat Market In Connection. ,,

i derldg whether he is going to tune to get a magazine established presume it will show up ID other sec 'I Mr. W. O. Brown a clever young Next week will\ be an unusually busy Orders receive careful attention; and;' delivery- prompt.:;; You will find my prices

tighten the bolts or loosen them. on a paying basis, but the HODS where it appeared last summer. buflnnts man of Columbus county one. Thursday the two meetings already .. as low as the lowest Jive me a call.

.Smart::! Set has been a paying The fruit association at DeLnnil has kept North Carolina spent last week visiting mentioned also the sale conducted by

Consular appointees now have property since its second year.. up all winter a constant fight on the his brother Mr. C. W.-Brown, an expert Mrs. Plalsted and her able assistant. ,

to pass an examination in diplomacy. Col. Mann won his military pest employing men to bunt the infected rectifier and distiller of spirits identified which is noticed elsewhere in this I

f For the posts of amba-sa- honors in the Civil War. lie trees, destroying every evidenceof with the Price brothers sawmill and column and the V. L A. on Thursday KLICKER BROS .1

entered as Captain of the First the fly or the egg; on all trees thispist naval stores business at Bukersburg i beside the card parties Tuesday eve and
don and ministers however the
,; :Mr. Brown left here Friday afternoon. "
Michigan Cavalry, serving( usually Infant and the association Young Saturday I I '1""ailors.1Four S
J examination will be taken by through the entire war with baa accomplished a good work. The to visit another' older brother in. Daytona A beautiful poster bordered with Merchant !

.- -. the wives in order to save inter much distinction, being promot- pest Is thinned out so that It will be Easter lilies announces a sale to be )

national complication. ed to Lieutenant Colonel of the some time before it gets another bold
I First Michigan Artillery in 1862. If it does at all. At Seville the growers friends of Rev. A. Stenwall and wife St. Timothy's Chapel for the benefit Doors. South from Fisher's Corner

Congressman' ; Olark is provingthe At the close of the war he are spraying to keep the pest in check. regret to know of their intentions to of the Seminole Hospital Glade Crass

right man in the right place moved to Mobile, Ala., i in 188' They have an Immense liloom np tbere move to Mxsiachnsetts where they will] Fla. Bishop Gray U expected to be Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns

Itv as our representative in Congress purchasing the Mobile Daily; and never bad a finer prospect for a full reside in future. They will be greatly present and to give an address on' bU night, new,

from the Second Congressional Register and Advertiser, the crop. missed by the pleasant circle of friend work among the Semlnoles. Suits that fit you too, Just Suits superbly lined all through

Daily Times and the Evening U they have formed since coining here to It looked as though there was, something right, and through.

L; District of Florida. The people News, consolidating; them un..er CIVIL; SEKYItE EXAMINATION. live, and of those who will miss them doing here Tuesday morning Suits! well made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true-

E. made l no mistake when they sent the name of The Register, and aa CLERK-CARRIER. moat sincerely will be the Lutheran I when the teams of Mr. J. 8. Mar of De- Waiting here. When you appear.

r Clark to Washington as their $proprietor and editor-in-chie An examination for the position of congregation, his Christian flock. I Land drove out with those Sheen feet

servant. controlled its policy during/ the clerk (male and female) and cariler. The right man for the position. Hon :high palmetto trees a for Dr. Curtis and CONSULTATION FR E ET r

reconstruction period until 1872 (male) will bo held at the post-offlce in D. F. Morrison of Barberville! a smooth, Mr. Geo. P.;Wells.\ ,They are fine and

A student has been expelled i During this time he was also in the interested this city on April 17th. 1907 temperate citizen and prominent naval It is said that large trees transplant KLICKER BROTHERS, eLand, Floirda I

from tialern University for steal- as a pioneer For application blanks and for full stores manufacturer and land owner. much better than small ones as they

1\ ing 800 words of Senator Beveridge's manufacture of cotton seed. oil. information relative to the examination was in Ibis place Monday shaking have so much more vitality than the I
and side also in railroad ,
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products
; inalincations,duties,salaries vacations, .hands with friends and acquaintances small ones.Several .
; Pbillipine speech with- and construction j'
promotion promotions., etc.. address Secretary Representative Morrison is a noble parties have been down to the
:, out credit for use in a debating&,: lie'has been a life-long democrat Board of Civil Service Examiners Post Christian gentleman with an excellent Lynch fish lately. We had the -
t ;'. contest. Pity he had not it and in 1809 was over. camp John B. Stetson
'f put elected to Office City. trustworthy record and unblemished pleasure of joining Mr. Theo. Demro' University
:' ', up to the Senator beforhand. wlielmingly/; Congress --- character and he goes to Tallahasseewell family down there last Thursday. The
t.E from,. the Mobile District, but Notice.
The young Indianan could have armed qualified and versed with boys declared we took good luck to
: denied certificate of elec-
wan a
torn him off several columns and tion the Federal reconstruction The St. Johns River Fruit Growers parliamentary work and usages. He them for the day was an extra fine one AFFILIATED. WITH THE UNIVEBSIT-Y OF CHICAGO.
by
0 never misted it. authorities. AwKX'lation arranged for spec a' meet- will make the people of this district of for their work. During the day\\ they 1

''lziI In' 1871 Col. Mann invented tog at the Court House In DeLaml, Saturday old Volnsia county model of the safes landed 864 fish, m'stly shad. TuesdayMr. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL .ARTS-Standar.js are Id.nllcal with the UalverTesch -
March 80th at 2:80 at kind. He will leave shortly for Tallabassee. and .Ity of thii! '
which time Prof. Bolfe of the Experimental Mrs. Anile went diwn. examinatIon In Florid.
,' message to the Legislature next it iu America and Europe iond VOLLEGE DB' HNOLOGY-Eleotrloal: : Mechanical, sod Civil Eo-
F Station will give ns a talk on Friday evening many people here gineering. S
,J.,':; week will be a voluminous onl?. organized a company for its the insect pests, of orange peach and --- were shocked to hear of tbe death of COLLEGE.; ron "aCHKBS-n, ???,?. of study| fop Florida School

f'l' A great part of it will deal .with manufacture, and we yet remember other fruit trees Everybody is Invited Seville.A Mrs.John McCormick, a former resident PREPARATORY AOA.DEMY-For Chicago, H.rv.rd. Yale
the Mann car, on American .... Princeton
his drainage scheme. The people especially the ladies, we want a good of Orange City. She has been In poor Michigan
;: the Pullman Co. how : :
railways; LLKaE-BookkMplnKl.
crowd. Bu..BneNS? Banking, Shorthand
however, have voted against ever, took over the business, and few luscious tomatoes are in market health for sometime but being a very | Typewriting,
T. E. ARNOLD. here shipped from Dania. busy woman always and for some time 8CHUOL OF IIIECHA.NIC> ART -Wood and Iron Working and M..nual.
,:;r- any further expenditure of the discontinued their use. They are Secy. past engaged in keeping boarders she Tralalng. -

1-' public funds in carrying on this in use, however,.all. .over:, Europe!: Mrs. 8. A. Baker was in Jacksonville never gave up ... long .. she could keep Teao heWu rSMlJ8IO-plano' Organ, Voice, .Theory, History of Mu.io, J._
ana turougn !ioeria: to Vladivostok RESOLUTION Or RESPECT.: first of this week shopping. going. The family moved to New 80800L 011' FINE:> ARTS-Dra..lna Mod
before anydefinite
scheme or Painting nil. waterouJO"
lie also invented and Died -DeLand, Florida. March 12. Mr. W. H. Andrews returned first of Smyrna....._._.._. __about.. "__three_"0 _year."_0_'. ago_..,__we._ 0"behave __ solid 8TET ()N. b.t Collages.5 Technical hoola n Blllldlnga.48 10 Faculty. pa.tel.,
,practical, of the Everglades .uu a .ui.o way. oour. strong tesohere. modern
uuuuI .
survey envy e'lolpmeot 10
patented in this country and in 907.. Mr. H. Q. Swerdeferger.At I this week from Ml. Olive N.C. done n prosperous business.To .. gymnasium 23 01....roAms.separate d'wmjtores fur both labo'orle. 2 museums,
has been made. sxea, memorial.
4.( Europe the car vestibule'' and a regular meeting of Bt John's Mrs.Willie Dangberty of Espanola, h..IILoocI. ,! and boo .bo". m must tr.lnlng and domestic science, auditorium ulnlnlf,
'10,000 pipe 1) .
continuous train can' connection, Lodge No. 89, F.& A. M., the following da. organ pianos debating olubB, Ute.ory SocietIes .tMr 'lecture
'I A hard surface road from De- was the guest of Mrs. Daisy Been las Augusta, ooureee, Christian assolatioos'' general library tl&Ouo volumes) special law ...
now in universal use known as week ilbraryenolosel albletlo .
was adopted: 1I'd.' runnIng track. tennis ooorta .
Land to the coast seems now to "The Vestibule Train." lie also Dally through pnllinan buffet sleepIng Coolball deld. park-Uke csmpu.g. shell road., baseball diamond
Whereas It has pleased the Supreme Merchant It.. C. Wool wine made a car leave Jacksonville Fla., at Christian (IIOt sectarian cement wa.k.. shrubbery and trees.
i tbe assured.. It is of great j importance invented the Mann\ Refrigerator taster of the Universe to remove ourbroihef. business visit to Palatka first of this 8:09 P.JQ., via Atlantic Coast Line and eleotrlo lights, eleotrlo belie) a'mual/bere., oooaerte, rraternll\e.open to \all.deunmlnaUns ezhibitlne, .taalD heat. ,

that such a;''road j it com Car for the transportation of H. O.' Swerdeferger to the week.Mr. arrives Augusta the next morning as Oltal.. .e.pen, ew ar.1 ne. roulv..I.. Alteadalloe, now biggest receptions 10 blatorv, re-of 8

pleted. 'would be a great and perishable goods., celestial lodge above. we feel that our LEA. Ragatrom Is oar new 7:40: the a ra Atlantic For Coast Pullman Line reservatlonr last Uolvereltr.,and all the Osnernu time. patron, no m'ney .pared. 8lel.ob I. (lot Florida. first,
see
Agents or
Not Col.) Mann also organzed! the lodge has lost A most worthy member; agent, Mr. M. O. Causey having re write to Frank O. Boylston District For Informaton oatalogue. bul'et D.. views, and .
convenient
fl thoroughfare. largest; lumber and saw mill company berefore be it signed.. 1 Passenger Agent, Atlantio Coast Line EStlJEff: LIW JL)* hULLEr, A. M., Pn. D.nJS.5. mnoa

only the Vblnsia people"would in operation in the South, ResoIvnd.That we deeply and sincerely Prospects were never better for a fine I Jacksonville fla.Osteopathy.

; use it,' but people from Orange the Alger-Sullivan; Lumber Company sympathize with the bereaved relatives potato urop, on the muck consideringthe I .

Osceola and Lake counties would in Alabama and Florida and friends this tbelrsad berea" mi-Dt. drouth., In 'DeLand. is 1. -j

constantly using it getting to owning great mills, immense Resolved, That our lodge room be Mrs. B. E Crew and two children, U Now is
Dr. J. B. the
; in Moseley graduate of Amen. time to order
tracts of timbered lands and draped! appropriate mourning for '
) of Perry Fla., ar, "1.ltlogrela.tlea and School of
and from the seashore.: It would thirty days. can Osteopathy, Kirksvllle, .1"I
H railroads penetrating these friends in town. Mo., under. A. T. Still founder of :: .
".. bean invaluable public improvement tracts. He ,visited these mills Resolved. That a copy of these reiolo- science -

i 4 .,. 'J ,!and 'a* monument to' the while in the South. the past few Ion* be presented to the friends of oar Miss Agnes. Baker Is visiting ber sis Office Putnam Inn. SirnOnPureNol'i 1
in Danla off
j- (' brother, also printed In the city ter assisting getting a fine
weeks. papersnd
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*;* enterprise. and foresight of the tomato crop from tbat plaoe.' ,

fr .'.t.': Board.of County'-Commissioners.. For'' fifteen years Col. Mann 10 oar a memorial lodge records.page be fclven< to them. Miss Katie Poppell retarDed home J. F. NORMAN, (or your grove and be sure of a large,crop next .
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_.If!< ., has controlled the policy of Town SCOTT HODOKINS. winter.. All the best SIMON
'" ) Issl week from a visit at Sebastian with groves use PURE
fi'" ',:"V,/,1-\8p: .. ,aklnff of"the drought, the Topics, written {Us chief editorials ..THoMA R. WEBB }J-Committee. bur sister Mr*. O.,A...Uraddock., Painter and DecoratorInterior FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves
&! ;*< "Orlando''Keporter-Star. reminds ; it is a society journal, a S B. WRIGHT, JR. ) : : .r
j: ':,.. critic of literature art society Attest: We are pleased, to, note the ooo..- '''':
:: :it* readers that during the yearS Thomas B. Webb, Secretary.. E. Owens. Work a Spedits on E. '
: men and public measures, and he ewense of Mrs,A. Dr. Kerr O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville pia. '
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'Ilf ano dbutcb. .: I. '. ,- .
1888 tIi.rewiaumllar. prolonged I uses a most trenchant. pen in his S. of Pierson attending physician. \

,J! .':'drought 'and .Jts severity criticisms of wrongs, shams and All who may be going North during Mr.i'J' D. Griffin and family!move LAKB HELEN. FLORIDA. T. E. ARNOLD. .
'the! admitting ads'' in tb. coming months will donbtles be this week to 'Orange Park where be I Agent, DeLand/ Fla. .
oaoaed general "fright ln hypocrisy, 'no pleased to learn that the "Frt co" .. '. .
;'. ..JhWh a hope 'wa i'i almost I the columns of; his publication- tem of railways has arranged for an y independent baa been- transferred. to that,place bytheA.CL. ,FOR,, SALE. "
except of a high order. He has steamship service from Flora :. -
gone, bowerer, along about Hay been sued and '' roll8euted for to New York to fight UM Hteamshlp MlssNslliatPatlllo closes ber school Household goods and; a

__ >i tbe raini, csmeon, and Florida' libel, but has' been ,sustained by Trot ortnnlty recently for formed.Floridlau This to la assist the op-in at the Braddock school house Friday of few farming implementselonging Orange City !agouaud Blacksmith hops-

bad bette summer *', it and, this week. The Seville school continuessix .
.... a courts j Juries as simply ,exercising keeping np competition. The regular .
.; .i.. The'orange; trees put,out his legal .rights as ia Havana steamer will call for Florida reeks longer ) to the' estate 'ofhe Wagons
and
'' ,, journalist. His' recent trouble passengers for New York. Specially Mr. and Mr*. A.Thompson and Buggies Made or Repaired Horse
t4:.! outbloom;andjt i is said low rates for this spring and summer. 'late' \irs.. N A., Clackner. Shoeing a "
with the"i Collier's of Collier'sWeehly :tiles SImmla Mathews retarn to, their Specialty, Carriage. buggy
... eateiptba; Berries< .strictly first class. Call on,' or and wagon.painting: done ','
/! the
is vet fresh in the minds address Professor O.. P. Carson, D-. tome. in Hogansville,.Ga.. this week, '' Sale at the late homeofthe" best manner finest '. n
', ''.... bad ever'borne. upi ,of the"publiCi':'He won 1 out'10these jas4.FlL'. ", after spending part of th. winter WIsh paint. used. Everything in Blacksmith. .
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r; .,, -..P1oridi I""m..t" '" suits,' notwithstanding'the I Mr. and :Mr*. A,-A. Ferguson. ,their on Saturday ,ing Done and an WorkGusrantoe-j' Fln't-el.s : '
5S ... and 01_.' .. .. Give: '4.
nephew ,
'se.tlet attorney March 30th i'.t l907 at .. Trial Orders .
i.thexeonperative. ;:: prosecuting For. Rent.' ', : rFomPtJY'4ttended t A
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.... ,iftheX 1....... u ,a personal and intU House. la DeLand and Coronado for ''Mr. J0.:Robinson; bit*: began rsmov- I tOo'clock '''A. M: '' '

.A'I..ct 'r end.ot the: Collier's! and samnu.t' B. B Wright DeLand.: until loc the ,wing of the' ho'el l on>his Jot I' <. -'-
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It I Is proving to be a pretty dry spring. DeLand baa had a busy tourist season '_-' I f''t',
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The orange! bloom is in evidence on, Stetson University will reach r the GOO ,

all hand enrollment mark this term. Ii

: ; Values Newest and best ID''furniture. { F. Mr.
Special and Mrs. Fred Finney were in MARCH 51st 1907 ;i
Allen & Co. town from Orange City Tuesday ,

The Putnam Inn will remain open fora Judge: James E. Cade was at the .

month yet. county seat from Fierson Monday
I
Found-A lady jacket Call at The The County Commissioners. and EASTER t

\# SPRING CLOTHING Record offioe: School Board will hold their April salons SUNDAYla

Mrs. S. O. Fuller was In town from next Monday and Tuesday.

Orange City Monday. It's time to put 'up your hammocks, ",,

Mr. Robert M. Bond was in town and put ont the porch chairs. Buy fromus .:t

:T--: from Lake Helen Monday. if you have none. J. F. Allen ft Co. This leaves you but a short time to select"your, ,

Dan'l Blackwelder wan a north end Mrs. William J. Harkness returned '

visitor.to DeLand Wednesday Monday from Jacksonville where the SPRING SUIT AND HATSPRING : :' 4

was the guest of her slater l Mrs. Charles
Easter services will bl! observed by
all the D.Land churches Snnday. W. Klnne. '

\ Blue Serge Double Breasted Suits Gold filled watches, warranted for ten Senator Massey of Orange connty NOBBY '
several : : ,
spent day at DeLand this week.
years, from $e to $7.60 at Boley's.Easter .
He lectures before the Law Department
$13.50 and $15.00: comes in March That means
at Stetson
$
., CLOTHING
( / a new hat. Try Dreka' Millinery Dept.
>..-- ?. ,a Mr Wool ley of Selma Ala. who
I'' The time-tested furniture house of J.
\ I : has spent a moat pleasant winter with
F. Allen can supply your needs for the
her niece Mrs. C. P. Swift, returned
., home. I\home last Monday. ,; ; STYLISH
J Mr. I. Dangharty was over from Sea I .
Blue The College Arma will close for the .
Serge Suits Breasted -
Single breeze the first of the week visiting his .
season on Monday next. The hotel haa
daughter Mrs. Char M. Kurtz, STRAW HATS
done a fine business the past season the
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 For good linens our store can not be house nearly full all the time up to this

excelled. Every careful house wife buys week, since the middle of January
the best linen. See our assortment
FOR MEN AND BOYSAT
State Senator Frank W. Sam and
Mrs, A. E. Voyle and child are over Representatives Morrison and Parkinson

from Gainesville visiting Mr. and Mrs will start for Tallahassee/ tomorrow to -

Plain Gray and Mixtures $8.00 R. D. McDonald parents of Mrs Voyle be present at the opening of the bi-

In their advertisement this week ennial sesuton of the Legislature next

Messrs. G. A. Dreka &: Co. offer some week.

$10.00, $12.00, $13.50 and $15.00 special bargains in just the goods you Easter Cards, I Fountain's

want. Easter Po tal..

Mr. Thomas J. Newman one of the Easter Candies,

.. prominent truckers and /growers of Easter Novelties, : l.
1 Seville was at DeLand on' business At Brill's.
Thursday.Mr. .#. 1ttfH.1Hf. .N . .. . . I . . I .
New Easter Ties' Mr. and Mra. Geo. E. Terry season

.. j' and Mrs. S. Dunn left the first of guests at The College Arms, left on last
; the week for the Galesburg, Mich., night's sleeper for their home at Waterbury For Sale-Girl's wheel. Can be had When you plant your spring garden
cheap. Apply to Cannons' Stable. yon want fresh seed that will germinate."
borne. have The Conn
I They occupied Record ? where they remain a The Fisher drug store has snob seeds.
flat since January. couple of months before "going, to their Agent Lee Powe sent out a through
in the sleeper to Jersey City last night' with Manager Rowe of the DeLand Tele- ,
: Mr. William FitzSimmons left Friday camp Adlrondacks."I've phone Co. is stretching a phone wire
last for Columbus Ga., where his company a Picture of My Sweetheart," I lea every berth taken. A second one will from here to Osteen for Mr.' S. V.
New Panama and Straw Hats be sent out Monday night. Hough, who was granted a telephone
sells at auction valuable lots in an new song out, the words of which

addition to that place. were composed by Mr. James F. Me- Peach trees. Admiral Schley, and Stu- line along franchise the public between thoroughfare the two by places the

Mr. and Mrs. John Relnhardt, who Corkle of this place It was set to music art Pecan trees, ornamental trees and County Uommissloners.! There will be

have been gnesta of The College Arms by a Chicago music hone, and I la for vines, grape vines, also other trees and call stations at Orange City and Enter.
vines in and at prise. The line will probably be completed
sale at the new.tandalo the city. variety popular pricesat
for the left for their
season, Wednesday
E. H Hay ward', nursery and in operation to Orange City
Owensboro Ky., home. Mr. A. E. Bigelovr, who has been a by next week.
Hon O. A. Redman and who I
New Line of Shoes The play announced for March 20th, guest of The College Arm all winter, have been at the Monroe House family,since Mr. Chas. S. Emerson, founder of the

under the auspices of the Woman's as l la usually his custom left yesterdayfor early January BO over Daytona tomorrow Fort Pierce News and for awhile in

Club at the publIc school auditorium the'North. He makes stops in South for a abort stay betore returning charge of the Tampa Daily News last

has been indefinitely postponed. and North Carolina, Jamestown and to Vie Rochester, N. Y., home for year now manager of the Sanford
Washington, reaching his Cleveland, the anmmer. House Sanford was at DeLand last
Thoughtful women tasteful women Friday, and made The Record a pleasantcall
Ohio, home the latter of Mr. and Mrs Ben Applegate, of
part May.
while he was in the city. He says
coma nere to buy, for our line of spring
The which Corydon, Indiana who spent the winter be has done well with the Sanford
dress goods la always np to their stand caterpillar so furiously with Mr. T. R Webb and family left
House the past season, and if he continues
ard. G. A. Dreka' Dress Goods Dept. tack the spring foliage of our shade Wednesday tor their Indiana home. in charge of the house expects to
trees the past few springs did little They were much pleased with DeLand
very make considerable alterations and improvements -
Mr. L. H. of
Lyons representative
G. A. DREKA & CO. the Willtmantlo Thread Co. of New damage this spring. In fact, very few and will return next winter. to it during the summer.

York, was here over Sunday last visiting appeared on the trees. The birds especially Mr. and Mrs Seth H Mosely, regular Mr. John F. Cnlp, the Spring Garden .
the jay and the black birds, season guests at The College Arms for merchant, was at the county seat on
his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. M. the past seven or eight years, left this Mr.
successfully fought these destroyers of business the first of the week.
Davis. week for the Connecticut home, stop Cnlp is stout and fine enough lookingto
Phone 77 DELAND FLA. our shade trees. ping en route for a short time at Jacksonville -
Woman's be u naval stores operator. By the
The regular meeting/ of the
and at Camden S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cranor had as way have yon ever noticed that all the

.....nnnn nn mnm n nn....,. ......... .. ........ ..n..... .... Club will be held on Tuesday, April 2. their guests the past week Mr. and Mrs Mr. Frank B. Mayham, brother of naval stores operators almost invariably
The will be given by the Chin erect and handsome -
program U. R. Cllft,, cousins of Mrs. Cranor. Mrs. Lincoln Halley editor and pah-\ are large stately
Department under thedirection of Mrs. Usher of the Delhi, N. Y., Express looking men. It is the aroma of
............. ..... .....1.................... Ganlden. They were on their return from a tripto spent the forepart of the weelc in town, the resin and the ozone of the pine
rT I LOCAL SYNOPSIS Cuba having visited the principal and was a very pleasant visitor at The tree that make them so. Wherever
W w Deputy Sheriff Chas Kurtz captured, points of the island. They left Tuesday Record office. He returned North last you see them you can tell them. You

w at Lake Helen Saturday night, a negro, for their Iowa home, delighted with night, accompanied by the father who should see a convention of these fellowsIn
Where Attention Poultrymen wanted by the Lake county authorities fans spent the winter at DeLand with session in Jack8OnvlUe.I .
y THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF DeLand and the country here. bid and Dr. .
daughter Hulley. --- -
hereafter
The Sheriff of that connty was I
; Wherew w THE PAST WEEK. the negro Monday. Trustee in Bankruptcy J. Lee Me- A plav for the benefit of the School DANCE AT THE PUTNAM INN.

You Crory Bold, on Wednesday morning last, Library will be given in the Public I A dance will be given at the Putnam
T Why let Hen Lice and Fleas be the bane of
Hon. W. T. Rolph, District Manager
Wy the stock of goods of bankrupt School Auditorium Tuesday, 2nd
MoElroy, April

y Local. and ......I.tp Items for the Feaple'.I Inn Tuesday evening"", April 2nd, under
your business of R. G. Dunn&Co., wltbheBdquartereat I for $8700 to A. S. Allen of Fer- This play l is an interesting drama of the auspices of the Ladle Guild of the
P. -Brief Mention of .. five acts, and has of sixteen
Get w per Pacts Philadelphia, was here this week the nandina, he being the highest bidder. a cast Episcopal Church

ZENOLEUM bas been tested in our midst Yon wW Seen bv oar Reporter. guest of his friend Gen. J, A. Scarlett, The ale l Is subject to the confermation characters School have been The students working faithfully of the High for Ice cream and w will be served during the evening.
out at the Scarlett home north of the I of the the did some weeks under the direction of Mrs.
:;: the past year and we do not hesitate tot w court as goods not bring 5' I
Your w I W. S. Taylor, Dentist. 73 per cent of appraised value. Barron, and they hope to present something -
; guarantee it to rid your poultry of the pests W city.Mr. that will please young and old. Lost.
White for
and Mr Sam'l ,
Dreka's. many Mr. and Mrs J. .
Spring millinery. C. Moore of Salt, Music will tarnished by the orchestra.
; If used as directed. Get W:t Dr. MeUette's Remedies at Allen's. years regular winter guests at The Col- burn, Pa. who have been guests of The Price of admission 83 cents; school children Gold glasses In velvet case trimmed
Watclr lege Arms, left Wednesday for the Melrose all winter, left this week tor 33 cents Reserved seats 50 cents, with jets. Please leave with G. A.
; ZEN OLEUM is also a household remedy for W:t Erlckson continues to sell the plano Haverhlll, Mass, home, making stopsin the Pennsylvania borne. Mr. Moore is on ealeat Walter Pharmacy, beginning Dreka and be suitably rewarded.
Saturday Maron 2Uth MRS L V. WATERMAN.
J. F. Allen & Co undertakers
: sores and wounds. A sure cure for Mange 'a:t embalmera. and South Carolina and at other points the gentleman who won the free lot in I
and Pore en ronte. the Eastmont Park addition He has
'" Thrush and Eczema. .. Musical instruments of all kinds m '&w". "" .. ''al.Jo. I.J. IIo..I'.! I..o I 1III.Rft!
'" .. at Mr.G. H. Watts, who has been upendIng also bought other property at DeLand ..,......... ..
'" .. Erickson'a.! several weeks in the city a brotherof and it Is his Intention to erect a winter r-u.

= Clock ::: Mr. and Mrs. Checkering have :returned Mr. W. C. Watts, with whom he was' home here. PHONE

W. A. ALLEN & CO., DELAND. Drugs y to Chicago. in bnsneas at this place several years The FitzSimtuona Auction Co. sold 79

Hon. J. B. Conrad spent Tuesday in ago, returned to his Kentucky home all the lots in the Hough Addition last t At this number
Re. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE W Wednesday.The The you can
the city from Gle,wood.Mr Thursday by noon lot sales

; paired :and Mrs. Eric Clarkson have returned orange trees throughout the aggregated $4200 the lot selling from

Malt and Express orders. .eelre careful'and prompt.ftenlon. from their bridal trip. county have an nnnaually heavy bloom (350( each down to .. your
'" of rain does fall Hlbbard and J. H. Tat am picked op a
'q% w Fresh garden seed for spring; plantIng on but if plenty not
it Is feared that the will be number of the moet desirable lota
FFFFbFFFkFFFFFFFFFFtYFFf'FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEtFFF for eale at Fisher's drug store. soon crop '
cut short from the young fruit falling There was no wedding, the Intending We keep the best
Florida oranges, from DeLand groven, he effect of the drouth. groom railing to appear upon the I very
.,.FFF'eFFFFFFFF' FFFFFFFFaFttw The Weather are still In market,.bat higher in price. rounds.
Mr. Myron Harrington and family
CO TO THf.Aquatic The Spring Term of the Volnsia Cir. Attorney Edward Fitzgerald of Daytona Of
= Min temp Max temp. have gone to Atlantic Beach. Mr. I everything to eat ..
Mar 23.. ..... 67 91'' colt Court convenes a week from Mon was at tbe county seat the first of
Club 4' 8'1: ..... 68 91 Harrington has been with The College the week in the interest of a client a I
I I I' 94....... 69 91 dayMr. Arms golf links this season and accepts I
'I W. B. Fndger was at home over white man by the name of Hatch, who Our
2&a.t 67 80 a similar position at the Continentalgolf stock is well selected
FOR J I' 88.tf..f. 60 74 Sunday last spending the day with the pleaded guilty before Jndge Stewart I
Beach
links at Atlantic
.. 97... ....{ 03 81 family. Monday morning of the charge of reckI I
f Boating, Fishing ior f fS .. ., 88...... '64 81 Hon D. F. Morrison and Dr. George Dr. G. B. Brown, wife and daughter, essly handling fire arms in Morris' I Did
Mean:..;.... 61.9 69.8 you ever stop to think
Kerr Mra. who the winter in
were at the county seat from the Warren spent place at Daytona last week. The conrt
S Picnic Parties I Ig Dally Rainfall mean.95 none.$ '. north end Wednesday. ,DeLand occupying rooms at Mrs. T. imposed a fine of $3.00 and cost or 30

Cloudy days, none. Mrs. O. A. Lawrence it is reported. B. Webb', left for their home in days. He paid np. Always the best is the cheapest

,1 1 BERLIN H. WRIGHT. has purchased the William Mowers Georgetown, Kentucky on Wednesday. Col. and Mrs. John E. Handle son
OPEN' TO THE PUBLIC home on Pennsylvania Ave. They expect to return next winter. Harry and the granddaughter Miss

The Marsh Market. Fresh watermelon seed, the kind that Mr. Arthur Heath, of Chicago, I ia in Spiers leave today for the Memphis, Let us have a trial and }
W Uivef Cannon Stable Every visit to hla at their Tenn,, home. This l Is tbe third season
Stage J If yon want the choicest cuts of Meats will come np, and the best variety, for the city, on a family
= Hour an }iI'urdili.. Return m eave your orders with us.. The beet of sale at G W. Fidher's drug store. beautiful winter residence, on Michigan they have paused at the Putnam Inn,
Whtn you WI,,,. t Beef. Mutton and Pork; Roasts and Ave. Mr. Heath has a Urge numberof and the Colonel: says he and his family Let
5 i ..... i i Chops Sausages, Hambnrg Steak, The parties having tins or dishes belonging friends In the city who always look expect to be here again next winter. you be the judge .
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fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon, to the Woman's Exchange are
with his visits. The son Harry has been at Zellwood
forward pleasure to
'' '' etc Courteous attention and prompt reqneited to return the
Fare 'Round Trip 25c | same at once. B. PHONE j
delivery. All tourists who have been at DeLand Orange county, the past month with 79--

"' iessi.aPl'' ,Marsh, Bros. All with' whom we have talked on his winter express the desire and .Intention his friend Mr. Barnett of Jacksonville, :1Je
itaiyFSrFiir the subject are enthusiastic for the bard who has two fine at .. .. I ,
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of returning next winter; that orange groves ... ..... ., .. '
surface road between this
place and the Zellwiiod.
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(I It: ; JM&: coast.' leLand Is the prettiest and beet townIn .
,. the State of Florida at which to pass The Normal School Faculty at the R
" w,.T, wALths 'R. P. WALTERS T man who is looking for style and
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'1 a winter, taking everything into conderation. University encouraged at the pros-
i comfort' shirt* I. the man we wantto [ poet of a very large enrollment of students (Ipooo

Wa1tesrPfraefflecy Dreka see.&: Co.Dreka We. 'can please yon. G. A. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Knowles leave for the Review Coarse;',The number F. AL'LEN'' & 'CO.- :

now enrolled is considerably in excess : .
', Millinery today for the. Lawrence, H...., home .
: Department u supplying of the number enrolled at the corresponding '"
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short at number f
S
Eater hats for "Metadl" making stops a > '
every date last year. Among the Leading Furniture' House of'Volusla ,
rt day. Have order filled places en ronte. They have spent many County.1
and
. DELAND. FLORIDA your yon additional counties lepreaented this ,, ,
.. will be satisfied.Mr. > winters at The College Arms, always "
1 ;';' tfi.wa:: '' :ig'''wSg.-:;ff fr.t;-:;.3A rWe '; ;: .;o: .' ; ,". W. a Fisher ha sold his home being among the first to register at the year irevard.' are Nassau There, Levy.will be Citrus new, Lee arrivals and '

; keep la stock complete) line of, on Minnesota Ave. to Mr. J. E. Coen of opening every season. for "DROP ,
son every day the nexl two weeks, and IN": x
.- '' Winter Home. The Mrs. Sara H. Feeples and Clifford
: Fresh Drugs Toilet Articles; Stetson 'Pinew consideration we some will come a* late as May let The
u understand was $3.500., Chester Pa.
left Tuesday for the home I' '

t w; Stationery i: Wiley's I and' /, Lowney'sCandles ; Mr, Mayo Dade 1 Is now with the Chase Clifford has been attending Stetson thepat teachers fine looking who have body thus of.far earnest enrolled young area / and see, our," Newest /

J : frail and vegetable shipping company winter and won out In all his men and women. '- :

, p'" 'Clgars rid ,Tobacco. and is working; among; the tomato Indies In the examination Jut week Styles in; Parlor: and 'r" ft-

., >I-y--l-- -.-_ _- rowers and shippers at Miami. and first\ of this. He will keep up. his a'a1

) We are agent for the Mr. Dover O. Wellman.: taking. the todies at the Pennsylvania home. Friday's Events. Dining Room fur:. j; :>" .' '.

i law course at Stetson, left Wednesdayfor 'Mr. Ernest Heath, Mrr and Mrs.Vood Last Friday was made Interesting by .. '," .....J. "" ...,'21(;,,:.',,, ,,'
. Shenyin &>\ WilliamsStandard 'Paints several charming events. .. ". "
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j his hOIlJ.ln Pennsylvania. U. retnrns and son Warren from Chicago, 'nature .., -toll) k'r' :
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In the morning at The College Arms.Krs. : '
: Better the in September to finish his course visiting their mother Madam Heath .. ..
.1 ,No on' Market, are John Reinhardfs delightful :>i:, "-",, '\\1:, "", "
at Stet.oafParNei a' her winter home on North Boulevard. Bridge. followed by a lnnche1I. In W'Phon
-*, :n"1', ;. /,? : Try our ,Coel(D ka.d. Fin*. lc:. Cream: visiting la DeLand may sendtheir Warren,, *. professional golf player goes the afternoon, Mrs. Mylet's pretty : : ? "t/"' "Lf. n \k l.h ,t'* ,"nJjf' II:
I In the evening, the Rroltal : t
Bridge. Bono '
children to Beelar's School! week ; '
and Pinehnrst this to enter the ,
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contest : No:6Z' I'o ;cL.FIL' .
; !' i by the talanted Miss Elect Gifford, J F.'ALL""B1V' ., dGtCC1 1e l. '
have them continued in their for : ., .
the'obampionshipon, the '
PrweeiituoaltlwC.nwliy: ; e, courses golf followed by a sapper given by Mrs.. C. 1' ..' ...
for. .
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i : r without:chang of books. Individual, links at thai place. He'wa ,,the.prise. 0. Roe at her home to a few friend. In U'l. : O! -' .- .-

instruction Correct methods. ,' winner\ there a year go.. .honor oi Miss Gifford ..
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THE VOLTTS1A COTJNTT RECORD .

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-': HAPPY' o Marshal's Sale.. S.NOtice.. The amount AHTICLK of">the capital HI. stork of said "

: "PUNY. ..EAST INDIANA" Notice is that the undersigned Notice Is hereby" given that the nnller- corporation shall be One Hundred Thousand r <
hereby POTXSHIn :
given
: t I I' r HOME"la signed has boon appointed anolllary ozeou Dollars ("I00,000.000.> to b* divided into one :
John F. Hqrr, Marshal for h.I
r : .... 1II.U. flora of ID....... PawanstaAr District Court of the United States 10 lit, tor or the estate ol Franklin Lee deceased thousand shares of a par. value of One Hundred -

:" :.. a Carry" Lot. where health' abounds. Southern District Florida. under and b,r and all holra, legatees" distributee, and all Dollars ($10000) each Twenty percent .
on* of said capital stock shall ba sub -
: "1'be queerest "l bt.l0U see In India ... blood there virtue of a certain exiioutlon Issued out 01 persons buying olalina. or demands against! .. soribed and paid for said corporation the soil puts corn on the
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: .With !m, cannot the Circuit Court of the United States. t.rlbl 4 saul estate will preaunt them to the umbir.alxned bror
ta the native b 1U"r.:. said the'.sailor. be good health.Wlthadleorderad Southern: District of Florida In: tbe ease 01 r within two yours from Ibis date.or shall transact any All or any or stalk and money in the .bank
"The native born I.-the thinnest-; aoft- the same will be forever burred. the capital stock of said. corporation maybe
Joseph W. Norvel aa receiver of the Fin
LIVER there This 1$ 1007.' payable In, or used or issued for the The natural of plant growth is
est laziest sallerest thing in the way National Bank of Florida vs. U. P. Healy, Fubruary services process simply one
In cannot be good blood. will niter for sale during the legal 1 houisi aRt W. IEE. purchase of properlyllIbr or ,. conversion. Potash the material
chemical
that ever raw
of ,
,t o(; la white roan''i: was : : : 100 W. N. tit. Bunalo M. V.: rlubu valuation ,
ale the front door of house
at the court at
vented. thereof to banxed by toe Board of Dln- '. is ; but when converted by nature into corn
,
. Florida ,th. cheap
I'eLand in Volusla County, on
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y .. ". .od" be I la, the proof 'that Englandiron't sixth day. of May. A. D. 1907, all the rlgbi Notioe of Application for Tax Deed Under .at a meeting to b called. for purpose. .ucl; it is valuable The use ,of Potash j is not a

never colonize India. For the Tntt's Pills estate and Interest uf u. p. Ilealy. in Itnli. Section. 8. Chapter 48BB: Laws ol ARTICLE! IV. t,' 1A expense, but an investment.
',. langllnu! can't live In India you '08. to the f llowlng described property sliue Florida.
" ltd and in Voluala. ( exist perpetually : Writt tooklet "Plant Food."
with. lying being Count, The corporation .b1 ,
beat of that tbere land : i IMlaJ"U
The moist State: of Florida, particularly. described, ao Notioe hereby given that L.B. StJob'u.punh"er provided by law
its nlghte of 110 degrees and Its noons the south seventeen hundred and ten feel, of tax. eertlUrnte No. 54$. B ARTICLE CERMAN KAU WOPM

: of 130 or worse* takes the strength and ,revivify tnetorpld LIVER and restore (1710 ft) of Lot Five (III) In Section: J Nlnt,'.. tinted the Bid day. of Julv, 1900) baa. filed V, be -p.,.. c.- Maw Yark.V
of the
Thirteen eolith, nl said oerilduHte In my ollloe find has made The business crloraUon.Bhal _Iiisst.u Str."
gives teen ((10), Township (13) ,
backbone'out of Englishman .
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natural action. Issue neuurd-, conducted by a ,
deed In .
: Its. range Twenty sight (28)) raat. and the application for tux to Atlanta. Qa.. .
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4; him liver trouble and makes a complete I Noith twelve bundled and thirty foil. uiire with law. tiald: cortllloiite. dent, a Secretary and a Treasurer and a t ia4 andla>r Bid
, -wreck of him. A healthy LIVER means pure; (1234) feet of Lot One (I Iin Section Thirl the ''ollowlng deaorlbed property. .mbr"c".1 Board of Vletor and such other officers t .

"If he goes back borne be may recover blood. (30)), Township Thlrtwn south of rang Voluala oountv Florida, I"wlt.otaw)4 and go.', from time to time be
\.. I I wentv eight (28) cast. "lH' ; of n H of lot 8. sec 2, tp IS) s, elected or appointed. The number 01 Directors
.. his: health. If be atoya In Indln; Pure blood means health. JOHN F HORR, r an. e; 0 acres niny be changed by the By-Laws but

be don't never recover It, If be has Health means happiness.Take U. B MarshalMarshal's The said land being asseaed at the dateof .. shall not be less than three nor more then
children born In India those children the Issuance of such certificate til the seven, The Board of Directors, by a resolution .
.il and for no Substitute. All Dru' cllts. I name of I.. K bt.: John.' Unless said oer.tllloiite .. paused by a majority of the whole
1 are called native born poor ,- Sale. shall be rodvemed according to law Board ma designate three Directors to
little, pUDY,plritlese ,crittersi they'rethe -- I tax deed will Issue thereon on the 3d day vonatltutean Executive Committee, whichCommittee
the under.
Notice Is hereby that I
limit Notice of Application for feigned, John:F. Horr given, Marshal for the Die of A prir. 1907. to the extent and In tbe manner 0 OAST LINE
shave resolution, In tbe
. "If them 'native 'born) English trict. Court of the United States for tbe< Witness my pfflclHl slgnxture and seal provide in the said or
Sale.
shall have
Guardian of the said corporation,
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children In their turn-well.. that third I Southern District of Florida. under and by thl thn lat day of filarrb, 1907. Boardof m
and exercise the ol the
(acALl 1i.\ l'L I) JORDAN. may powers
: generation of native born has none, at Notice Is hereby Riven that the un"el'.1 virtue of a certain execution Issued out 01 'Ierk Circuit: V hurt Volusla county Fla. Director, lu the management of the bus
the Circuit Court of the United States for tb'
signed guaid.u.of fcdith: Bond:; a minor. : and
of Idiots mess and affairs of this corporation
least It la a generation paralytics
0'/ District" ol Florida in the ul
Southern case
will on the twenty-ninth day April A. i iU. : have to authorize the seal of
: cataleptlcs cripple. If you was 1007 apply to the Honorable J. Lu' I Joseph W. Norvel ae receiver of tbe Firs' Sheriffs Sale. ahal. corporation power be alllxed to all papers

to see an army of native born of the MoCrory.. Judge of the County Judge'i National Bank of Florida n O. P. Heah which may require t it. The stockholders [ -
third generation ypu'd/tblnk you had Court tjf,Vuluala County, Florida at Do will oiler lor sale. duriug the legal hours r Under and by virtue of an execution shall meet. on first day of tflkINSI :

?. the rams sure. :. '', "i Land, In earn County for an order to sell at, sale at tbe front door of the court house aDeLand Issued out of and under the seal. of the Cir I I M';. 1007, for Wedneea.lb.drl meetng of said corporation
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private sale the Interest. of the said min i r lu VoluuU County, Florida, on tbi oult Court fur Voluala county Fla In a at the corporation ,
"Let England get out of India- She _the' aauie living an und vlded two,umtbi sixth day of Ma), A. D, 11107 all the rlirhi suit pending In Bald court wherein J. FAllen in DeLand, }' olu., ten o'clock A. M., -
does the Indians only harm; and what tn..rest.-In the following' leal reLate astute and. interent uf U. P Ilealy. in. awl J. A. Allen, W. 4. Allen, guardianof for the purpose of adopting By-Laws, hold. .

', : .. she does for herself"\ to turn tall lying and being in the Cuuutv of Voluaii to the following due rlbed property, .altua Charles L. All,,", co-partner. doing b".. Inn the first election of officers and com.
.. into and State: of ) Dieting
.t strong, bloomln' young colonists towltt! The west two-fifth of lot State of Florida particularly described a- "J'M"Bl'L' as r'dc.c't:: ; I have levied I The atookno'dera shall meet annually there

: them eklnny, yeller, wblmperm' specters three and the east two-filhs of lot three, tbe southeast quarter. ((4); ol northeast. upon I an tbe property o( the said defendant. aileron the second Tuesday In January ot New York and Florida Special
what you call native born.-St. block six, .11 block thirty one, lorty. quarter (X) of Station I twenty (20)),Township VI, S. Lee and will sell .at imbllo auction to each and every year. The date of the an.
Louis Globe-Democrat cue, forty-eight, lots two and three ol Thirteen ((13)\ ), South: of range twenty the highest and best bidder for cash In nual meeting' may be changed by the
block loriy-iwo and the east three! hundred .eight (28) east the northeast quarter. (!4)) front of the Court House door at DeLand, Laws At this annnal stockholders'
feet of tne north two hundred and filty fwl of the northwest quarter of Section Twenty. In laid county, on :Munday tbe first day ol log tlie-ie shall be elected .bree or : Leaves Jacksonville daily except Sunday 12: 50
THE of block aocorulng to Howry't one ((21)), Township 'thirteen (13)) South A. O the hours of
ART OF 'TALKING.at forty-live April 10(1( during legal the stockholders of said corporation aa Solid Pullman
all East. : :
map of the city of DeLand on record in the range twenty-eight ((28) east the soutbeast siilo. the foilowinK described reul estate rectors tint said Directors,at their meetingto p. m. for points
:1T.: -'" ,: otttoe of the Clerk of the Circuit Court olVoluaia ( ) ufihw. nortb east quaiter (4)) ofbtctitinhhlrty.iive(311) An undivided' one-half. interest In the be held on the same day, shall. elect annually
.... .. Euratlol o"vTo 0004 .
Ar a County. Florida. ; ( ) ), Township Foui'teen east three.fourths (r BX;: ) of the southwest a Vice.I'resldentScore.
? C..tI..I... Also block tour lot D and E 01 block ((14)[ South of' range. twentyelght' ((28) east,. quarter (SWJi;) of the northeast quarter tary Pre.ldelt.. such other officers andagenta
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be a good .conversationalist you five lot 1<' and the west twenty feet of the the southwest. quarter. ((3d) ol tbe north' ( NRof;) Section Twenty-live (29)), 1'own as the corporation may authorize. Chicago and Florida LimitedDaily
buoyant natural. south half if lot E, block eight, lot E block west quarter;) of Section: Thirty six((34): )). ship. Fifteen ((13))) south Kange 1'wenty-nlne All officer shall bold their respective offices
must be spontaneous nine lots B.l C, D, F, U, H and K of block Township .Fourieen' (14)) boil'b, of range (:39)) Enst. until their successor are duly elected andqualified.
sympathetic, and must have a spirit of ten, jots B, C, .und the north half. of lots twenty eight (2"$' ) east and part of the An undivided one.hiulflnterest. tn Lot one Any two of said offices except
'good will.'"Tou' mURt' feel a'. lrlf vof I D, U .. Ai lor block eleven. lots A and ilol southeast. quarter ((3d) of the southeast ((1)) of City Block four (4)) of Spring Garden I that of President and VI"ePre..ldeot. may. Sold Vestibule, leaving Jacksonville 9 ::30 .4,

helpfulness and must enter heart and blocS, twelve all according to !tiib'stidditlon quarter ("lot Section Six ((6)), TownshIpt'ourleen \lIv.; be held by one penoo.I points West. Coach on this train also.
to tbe city of DeLand on record south, range twenty eight The east one-half(M) of the west onehalfX 11
soul Into things which Interest others. In the olliue of the:' Clerk of the Circuit Court) (28)) e..ol. its described. In Deed Book 17.: ( ) of the southwest quarter (SW4): ) of the I ARTICLE VI.

Yon must get the attention of people of Voluala County FIO I"... page l tiW of the Public Records of saidcounty southwest quarter (S\V4)! of Section thirty The names of the officers who are to con For Pullman reservations, and all
t ''and bold It by Interesting them, and Alto the west turee-fourthe of the north. In the office of the clerk of the circuit ((110)> ), Township fifteen ((15) South, Ranger duct tbe business of said corporation until rte,information call write
weal quarter of the north-east. quarter of court .nuty. ((10)) Bust. those elected at the first election aforeealdebal detailed on or t
you can only Interest them by a warm section twenty township seventeen south,, JOHN F. hOUR All being In Volusla county, Florida be qualified, shall be J. B. Conrad

sympathy real :friendly sympathy. range thirty east. save and except the fol' U. S. Marshall. till Id property will be sold to satisfy said te.ldeot. R M. Bond Vloe-Prealdent E. DfWt DC Agent Atlantic Coast Lint

: If you are cold distant and unsympathetic lowing described" portion of tbe ...me.to-wit, xeuutlon In the Burn nt $t08.BSand Interest. Secretary and Treasurer: J. B. FRANK C. & TON, DI.trlc JACKSONVILLE P."le FLORIDA
attention. beginning one buudred. fifty feet north of Notice.In and ooats proceedings thereon. Conrad, B. M. Bond, and E. R Conrad,
you cannot. get their the aouth-west corner and III the west line J. B TURNER, Directors. I

To be a good''conversationalist you uf the niTibwest, quarter of the north-east, [ County Judge's Court, Volusla County, Sherltl Voluala. Co., Fla. ARTICLE VII M 1... '.. '...
tolerant A quarter twenty in township Florida.In .
must be broad narrow nureo'b'or'.n::: : thirty east, run the mutter of the estate. of Mrs. N A. Tbe highest amount of Indebtedness or
stingy .oul never talka well. A man thence east at right angles two hundred Stuart deceased liability to which this corporation may at

.; who Is always violating your sense of fitly feet, thence nortb five hundred fifty To A. ii. Alexatiber ol Uoresfonl. Volu Notice of Intention to Apply any time subject Itself Iblll be One Hun

taste, of Justice and of fairness never feet, thence west two hundred fifty feet to ala County. Florida. ; John A. Hankln dred Thous >nd Dollars. ( I00I.O, Florida East Coast Railway
; all the the w.... line afjiestid. thence south on Mill Hill Cuburus) c.ountYh; North i'urollnu for Letters Patent. ARTICLE VIII.
Interests you. You lock tight ame live hundred tllly jOel to the place ol ; llaugie H. ( II Rankle and The names and residences of the sub.

.approaches to your Inner self, every beg nnlng, sold property being sui>jeut to a Fred Riinkln Moo PBvllIe. North Carolina scribers this charter are aa follows: Local Tine Cud Mo. 0. In Effect January MW7.

L avenue la closed to him, aud when they timber deed. glv.n to thu DeLand Naval ttr*. I L. B. Wilson, Ib..llIyvIlIP1.Kentucky; The unluisiguc'd Inoorporators hereby, J. B. Conrad) Glenwood, J'la..ooe! hundred
"stores, Company a corporation the same die Emma R. MoLellund Mnoresvllle, irtve notice thaton. April 3, 1U07, the under ninety-eight shares SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RBAD VP.No. .
are closed your magnetism and your being of recoid In Deed Book 41, page lit) North Carolina; J U Pliurr Charlotte signed, and their associates will apply to ;
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R. .M Bond, Lake. Helen, Flit one share; er Ne. BOINe. soor.. 3 No. 7MNo. 74 P.o. 2No 05
: helpfulness are cut oft. and the conversation of the reiords in tbe ollice. of toPe Clerk of North Carolina; WV.. !Pharr, Newells : he lion. Napoletin 11. Broward, as Uovernor .- E. R. Conrad.> DeLand, I..., one share.. Batty DahlIDahlIllahl; ITATCON$ DaulIbaily bsily Daily
Is perfunctory. mechanical the \:II'onltourt: of Voluala. County Florida North Carolina; Mary V. Arrowoocl. Sand ol the State: ol FlnrUU, (for Irtte'S patent ] S B h It I A it LA IS U

life feeling. .aviDllall the timber thereon standing F. D. Alexander, Charlotte North CaroIna i nunrporatlng them. under .and by namo of STATE OF FI.ORIDAl ?. -i- 4 iteM a mu S (ION4 Lv....,.......Ja.ksonville..j.r I Bm 7 7 tout'iiUu
,..t :and! without or or fallen. for a period of twenty years tram ; Florence A. Keerans. < harlotte, I Bond' L'lni'wr' In aooordanoe COUMTY 01 VOLUSIA. f r ...... ..... twi e et.. ........ ." ...... Booth Jacksonvlll.Lr 7 823........ ...
You .must bring your listeners close May U IUOO North C..rolo.; cud all other peisons with the (followIng .articles, of inoorpora 1 hereby oertfy. that. on this day, before 9 4c 10 40AJ S bud. ..,._.._Bt. Augustine........... 6 8051 7 BOAS
If'' :to must open your heart wide and The? north-fast quarter of tbe northwest Interested Ion, whIch Ui. ; u.ivo. adopted as their pro. me, a .tllry In and for the State or i5 11 1tt..... ... '_.__,_... Hastings.Uii.,?.,, 6 4JAMI ....... ...
; you and an quarter of the north-east quarter uf section Whereat Neal M. Alexander as adminstiator posed ohurtui. FIoridaatlare, personally appeared J. B. _io-ISPM nit 80ii4 0 tOss Lv..Esat l'aiatka..Lv 5 25i4 I 2iio
nature
..: exhibit a broad free fifteen, township seventeen south, range of the estate of Mrs. N. A.lluarl. J. U. CONRAD) Conrad) R. M. .ood. and to 12teNf1 1IJI z... _. Palatks..C
must be responsive R. 9 eSWN 11 e Usc Lv.......... .... Palatka..Ar 7 toa 6 bOss
. : open mJnd. You thirty east. deceased. baa. filed his petition setting It 11. UOM). me well known known tb to be the ioMl
<\: so that a listener will throw wide open I'he west half of the "nouth-w quartet ortb that. there are debts One and owing. Jo';. R. CONK AD. persons d"BCI'lbed in, and who subscribed, :=:..... -& ::.::---. ........._Ban Hateo....,.,.......
and oftbe auulb-weat quarter of the aouih. .east by the estate. of the said Mrs. N. A.Siuurt March 2, 1007.PEOPOdED their names to thefoiegolng articles of In- S cops ot I &5l 7 blat Lv..Sao Mateo..............ArLv. I 45Ai( 7 45s5

every avenue of lila nature give ol section, ten, lowttehip seventeen : deceased and. that tbe personal. : CHARTER OF BOND LUM. Dorporutlon aa lucorporators of Bond Lumber :::....... ..,.........,,,mioneils...... ........
/ yon free access to his heart of hearts. quarter la Insufficient the same. : Company) and severally 4DM 12 8tPS ... ..,,..,,........DuponL............... 4 2lss...........
;I aoutb, range thirty east "property pay 1 HER COMPANY. acknowledged r ........... Il M Ormond Iltela..t'
'Success Magazine. Also, an undivided one-half InUreetln the ,' .and that the said Mrs. N. A. Stuart died I to me that they subscribed their name. 31 to-i 52pg 1.2 &7pI.I. it .__.___. Ormond..,.....,...... 8 22t54..7. 4DA 6 0405
f! blowing i Uexli.nli.jt( at a slake. In the north seized, and oi/as sued ot the following described : The undersigned Inoorporatora: hereby thereto for the uses. and purpose therein 11 Sips 1 0ws4 1.1 ....JDaytona.........,.... 8 .4 bOM 4 645 .
';\\.! line o the south half of the n"rlbeutqUlAr. real estate lying and being In the nan 'elate themselves. together for the pup. ex pressed.In 55a4 1 ilitil..... .___Fort Orange.........,.... 8 PistiL....
.' % VndUooTered Crime. her ,fracliotinI section twentt-twovaat ol Count of Vuluala and Mate. of Florida. lone of lorming a corporation. under the witness whereof, I have hereunto set 12 200' 2o-M 1 8 it.. ............New Smyrns..l.v 2 0OAl 42405'idtiss
I Iby
"Can you point out a man who at the St. Jobu'i: River :In township seventeen l<>-wlt: Lot. fifteen acooidlng to Assessor.s' law i(.ttbe Mute. of Florida, aa prescribed J my hand and official chat tItle 21st day of tVsf .ix _... LakUeten ,......J' .7
has not committed south. range twen.y."ln..east situated at a map of Beresford, on fife In the ntHc-e of > the General Statutoa of mild State and I February. A. D. 11)07.) ill .,... 4 .__..... Orange City .......,.. 12
the age of thirty point tweuty tliainaaout hot' the north lineofsaid tOil Clerk of the Circuit Court of Voluala by the Acts oi'the Legislature. thereof and SIDNEY A. WOOD 10 455 .... I 4 4c _,..,,...Orsnge City JunoL...... 12 I0a ,. e
l at one time In his life a' crime that ,section twenty-two and thirty-two County Florida, praying; In and bv paid adopt the following proposed charter! ] Notary Public for the i2'R Smyrn.Oak Ar T ..S .

would have sent him to the penitentiary and one-half oualns' west of the east line of petition that be may- have the order of ARTICLE I. lSI4L State of Florida at 57P4 S IBM. ...... ............... ...,.....,..... 2 Use
Larg. ..........._
2 .Ar. Tltusvllhe..Lv I 3 175
'" remarked a trusty at the penitentiary said aeitloii twenty-two running thence the court directing: him. to take Into pnaaesalon The name of this corporation shall be (Commission expires 19) ._i8oAs BetlLMPM! Ar..Banford ..._ .iv
I 10 6051 60ACViTUSM
the other day. "1 do not believe south 30 degrees east, 1S.4O chains meandersof to the as administrator, of the estate thereal BOND LUttB. COMPANY, and Its bus. Btec( ii *(............. ... ........... Sanford ....,..........Ar & rn-st 5 bOsi 10 505
thence the described os.et.1
said river, following estate hereinbefore as .
; .shall bx conducted in the Sute of
thea
that there Is a man living excluding 1 .4 swc4TiSs4 ii se's Lv..............TitureUis..aAr 440's 2 4RadVFi7As
debts and
Ibe bank northwesterly to the point of the estate for the nyrnent of 8..
tbe river I Flori' la, and In other states uf the United 20m S ...._ _..Coooa............,..... .
'. for the looks of tbe thing of Intersection with the aforesaid north lint. sell the same for said purpose, together Hiatus clergy who has not done something of south ball or nUll b-4.'ut quarter of the wltb the Incidental charges of sale! wherever neuesaary or convenient Tbe HODGKIN'S"agon -.-- oo.uI 4 '. _..,.,,, .,_ 12 r2s............
received his Bald section iwentj-fvo continued went to ,,ow, therefore, this ls command <'ou.ha principal office of said corporation shall be fled 4 '. Melbourn. _, 12 IIMI....--
had be ..
to bring blm here meet the. river, thence PUt along. said line said Jubu A. Hankln A. 11. Al.xan-, III I'aLund Voluaia. Florida.. ..-.- aBed 4 8ebaatIan. )j Vle'l..--
,Just deserts., It Is not always a great twelve chain to the place of beginning.Also dec Mrs. I... I B. \Vilnon, Mrs Emma. R.MvLelland County .. .. gaul 5 .I Lucie..........,...." It ) 5P4.
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ARTICLE II. Shop OO. I 8 axai VmS Plerce. 10 Ho-a
fr crime that sends a man to tbe penl- an ulldlvld..dolle-balflDere..Ulllot., ; J. R Pbarr, W. W. I'harr, ; U a ..........1 a _,,...,. ,.,.Ttbb.lla._ 10 an-si.'ifi
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for eventyeven, seventy-eight, ., neveutj-nine Mary V. Arrowood, F. D. Alexuiiner, The gene al nature. of the business" to betransicied .1 _ .
tenthl"" .' There are men In here 0' 80.4 e ...........h" Bden ..._.... 10 bl.t4.... ... ,.
and one hundred and one of the Dupont .M Florence A. Keeians, Magute U K ",kn, by the said corporation, within -- B5Ai 0 I __ _i _ Jenw-' 10 tip,4... .-
seed -
: stealing chickens or clover or Uuudry Urant. John W. Rankin and Fred! Itunkln, and all or without toe State of Florida. shall. be as --. 44M4 S 4 _-l" ., _.,....gtuarI..........,.,,..... 10 5IP'I .
nothing at all. It l la easy to get behind Ali.o, an undivided two.third* InterestIn ttier persons interente, l, tr, appear on the iillnwa: DeLAND FLA. -- 34_ 7 a .Robe Bonnd.,...,......." I ilP' ..-
of the north '[ and control by purchase. leaseor -. ..- seal 7 ,,,_ ...Wait Jupiter....?_" a 1'.1 soPi '
f the walls. There are many men and to the south half -esei 22ud day ol April A D. 1007 at mv o M .. ......
maintain ici S 5 eM ...... ,Wait Palm iieaoiu. 5 OeilC
on the outside who should be In here. quarter of the fcouthw I quarter i f 1.011011'.Iz. In the Court rlotisa itt Dtttund Fiorhda.and olb..rwIBe.llnd to construct all toed 5 5 Lv ....PsJm Beaah............ I ..
with few township seventeen *t nth, range show oauan wbv the pr.iyer of said and operate fur profit> a railroad wltb Everything in Wagon, Buggies, Carts. I OOM S SIBSI .u.......Wwt Palm B aoh.........Ar B 19 = r
I Am personally acquainted a tblity east. million should not be granted It any you neceaaary and desirable, branched for the >to., tnnanfaotared and repaired in my -. : 50 I 1- ,Boynton......... .Lv 7
myself. But the difference between Alan the sooth-east quarter of the northeast ia\e. conveyance of persona and property with Shop in the very best workmanship .. MAM V 1 .-l"-.Delray......,........... 7 Oit .,.
........... a ..,..... Lad..5 8 ........
these and myself Is that I have quarter ol section thirty-two township It Is ordered that this citation be published all rights, franobisea, powers privileges, known. .-- au 10 0 .l .rors OW'S.
people donations and advan. Only Brut-class men employed -- 42 :0 i --i ._Dsnis....._..__" 8 O0ri ,...........
not." Columbus seventeen aoutu, range thirty east. In the Voluuia County) llrcoid, ;rauts, Immunities and Qrat-ulaas ....,.. ..,. ..
tr'" r been caught and they have., Ale the north half of the north.we.tqUl&rler a weekly newspaper for lour successive age. authorized by law. and by the laws of work turned out. I have -- s.1405* io 10 ei ____.J" Bsllandahe.T-n.on 8 5 *

? Dispatch. of the nortfa-eaat duarter and the weeks. the State of FlOrldal from a point com. ttely added to my p'Iant a t KM Ar._____.Miami..LY 4. SBWW
, : vast four and eighteen one-hundredth chains Witness my hand and official. seal this meeting, at lis, Volusia County .a re.4 Lrt -. Ml.ml....,....,.... ..s...
' _.. .._ ..Wllll AUa DI_........ ol the south baifot the! nortli-we-t quarter 13th day ol March, A. D. 1007. Horldu, and running/ Nortb to a point at or -.-- 50s4........_....... Art ..........MHomeCoodeased ........... ...... aunI........
of the northeast quarter of section alx, 0. LhKMorRORY!: near .sevllle In Volusla County Florida. ,
rsV, teacher In charge of the second Uiwnship seventeen south ,ranypy. thirty. Judge of the County' Judge's Court olVuluala and South from Bond's Mills to a point at Schedules Between JacksonTille and St. Anjnslioe.

% primary grade at a Denver school wan ea. County Florida.. or near DeLaud. Voluala County, Florida .

telling cullUrerj..about Columbus Dated at DcLiind Florida March 213, luq. [.4Ll the length or saId road to be about thirty ir*.aA o.48A No. 81JAy No. 87 No. 8SMa| eifB fo. ?' ;
:
ik : ti.: A.WOOD, Uuardlan. (:10)) miles. and also to purchase lease or
not longago.8hetold then : B B
one dny otherwise.. acquire maintain operate and > Dally Dally
I: all about the home life of the discoverer Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un Notice of Citation. use any railroad or any part thereof along DallySOUU Daily Daily Dslty160PK St. Kn.IIa. Sn.! Dally J"Dally" I Dully It liii.Lv .

of America and all about his pent d... Sections. Chapter .4d8 Laws of aM, road wuloh now exists or which may JsokaonvUl..,.. 0 SOU. 11 101H 3 ian Tic' 2 ex*. 8
r ,
: .- 1 In County Court VolaeU County, Florid. hereafter. be constructed together with any Ar et. Amrmtlna.. < onu 10 50 low 2 5tei 4.law 4 4W.46 81t'MOw ( SIM 15
pie. Florida. ,,-
By tIe County Judge of said County.
t ..nd all rlghiannd property lu.ol.ientthereto o.9I o. 3 "His relaUves," she said "were woolcombers. :Notice! Is hereby given that O.C.Fannlng, Whereas, Samuel Flowers baa applied to ir used In connection therewith stud, road No.B Ho.B A A. B A

, ." purohaaor tax certlHoate No. 408, tI"), 411, lois Court) for letter .admlulHtration.. *>n us above described Is not to be used as a Dally Dally
. : I Daily Daily I In.JBOui Dally Iu.j Is. Bu. DaIly | Daily | DailyLv
>
i.
dated the Ow day ol Juue, 189H. bu* filed' I. T
of
'dt estate Ziiphla Varnea deceased carrier
The next day Columbus 'was cus. common
said certificate in lY<>lIIo..nd. ha. made of said. of Voluala. fit. ugnvtlnaZArJaokmnrUU satwit ne T5BS loToZii TTSiSOM 1T40AII1140m < t 2 4up
ed again. "By the way. children" said application fur tax deed to issue In accordance late These are,county therelore to olte' and admon- Also to own and control by purchase, .., 5 4O. e HlOAt Ii 5045 7 mel 7 84"d 7 4OPMI

the teacher, "'do remember what with law. Said certificate. embrace leaoe. or otherwise, and to construct, main NO'rZ A Tmla Pallman PWlor Can will b
you alt all and singular the kindred and oredl- snwrnllls. plan- ( PoMd axaloalvaly or and extra seat nu* *
for ,
1.bis relatives ?" the lowing, described property situated be- 'tin and operate profit, ohd S
were toni of said ileueatied, to be and anpear .
IQ i VolUBlu. county, Florida to-wlt log inllla veneer and box mills, stave and NOTI B-Day eoaehsa oMra *4 en ibas*trauu oa whisk ao axtra seat au* to bhanad.
,
of
J There was a moment f'pMfouiAstillness. fore this court on or before the 20th day barrel factories shingle mile, Ulber and Trains do floe stop at statics.s5wtos $ a.i. ass shows.
Then a little fellow In the Lot 7, sub of nH of nwK;, aeo 24, tp 17s. March 1007' and file objections' If anv pulp factories, and other mills and t Dally exespi guaday. -
range :3. >Ie; I aura they have, to the IJr..ntlnlll"lter.or"sald, woo,
rear of the room raised his band. Lot 17 .ul,of nH,of.nwj. ;. aeo. 21, tp its, otherwise theaatnewlll. be granted.. praatlWitness and stills,,IUI""r yards' turpentine, 11101.

- iy "Yon may tell as,' Willie" said' the range 211tt. my name a* ounty Judge of lh. sailing, procuring and manufacturing dealing In, as principal i:4 0'1;+ 'I XDORT "BBCPEs I I Iily niy.i :
. & teacher. Lot 21 and 22. Rub of ni of nwW, see county aforesaid, .this 27th davot February, or or all of the products ,-. -

""They woe barbers." said the boy.'Denver .- 24. twp lie, rl&ngele\ 007. J. tEl: MOCRUKY, thereof or;agent to'' b >y,any sell cultivate, use 1m.I teil I etisul 10 iOmlLv..,....... .,_._. :::: 7 li40'iiT' .. ..
C re'ui s Vet I ce lip IutsMLv..Jo. Jscksoavihla..Az reM C 281.5 -
County Judge S t2
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other
assessed the date I In lands and
4 Post Tbe aid land being at rove manage and del C ass._5 504 I 10 lOalL'--.P.blo 81.sch..At ..._ S ii OtINI 4 it5
7 '" ,of ithe Issuance of such,certificate In the --- jpoijertles 8 shall be deemed. proper Inconnection COLD TIRH SETTER I ties 5 5e, -- to 540slLcuAilanue 5..k A1 __ 5 1 11 50i 4 arc.a7
I name of Daniel Wilson, Amy Anderson) 1 of Citation.In with the business of the corporntiont I 1045AR......__ Msyport..Lv ....... S 50 11 4054 4 5115
f-- ....... and Millie Hubbard. Unless saidBnrtlfiuate I Notice to hey sell and deal In gro- Can set your Tires without taking

v, This. the West Indian way o( preparing shall be redeemed according to Oonnty Court. Vulusla County Florida. Mle-dry goods, hardware. and,all kinds wheels trout vehicle. 'We take out no AND OCQiBITAI STEAMSJUf CONNECnONS'AT M1AJLClote
law, Ux dud will Issue thereon on the 23rd By tbe County Judge of said County of merchandise; to acquire the good will, bolts, rnb no paint or barn your tellolwith ;
oranges for the table: Peel the of IDOf.- and to undertake the
lay and
April -
.,; .. .; orangee. taking off as much white akin Witness my omoln! signature and seal this Whereas Court for, 8 mean Letters Uwerdleriier of Administration applied: onbd tn: right whole or any property part of the assets or liabilities a hot will tire. Come have and see Tires it work CemMcUaa Mil 'at Miami wtta Sbiamshlpe f fib. ". 0. I:8. Company.
and
,b(.. possible; then' slice them off. all this Ihe 22d day of Ma>ch, A. D. 1UO7. Estate of Herman Q BwerUferifer: of any p''onlrm, 8aol..looorooror.. you never your' lIe Havana and Nass&u. Bahamas.Trains' .
hot again.Thanking
.... 8AM-1.D.: 'IOROANJifclerk ) Ke Wet
deceased lat of said of Volusla. ,
regitrdless County
: ground, .1:9GJ; : : would:>n apple, -> Ironic Courl Vuluala \Fla ton otherwIse to kubaaribe :
in
; < county, These are,therefore, to olte and adunoit lab company or you for your patronage Pq. &14..1Sldi'NG\rrsngfers,,
: ], of the sections. This leaves the all and singular the kindred and creditorsof for and Jurob"ae. receive own, bold for In. the past and a cont\noanne. in

-:: seed, tough stringy central part and said deceased, to be anti appear before ...1. dispose of and 1he) utnre, I hoplol :: trains may DO expected ta'arrlre at and depart
:.. most of the Inner skin together.% Is I nSure.with us.. tills Court, on or before the 22nd day. of ro ka advances upon other stock, shares of Yours ftom., te:."f.a''J-e partnr. altua timsi stated la not fnaranMod
, April A. D. 1UOT and Ule objections. any bonda securities or obligations t serve ,a '. .or any ou.ate.a.Fo .
much 1 less) tedious process'than removing Now Is the me.Spot.ct.h they have, to tbe granting letters aforesaid, other corporations whatsoever, wherever HODdKINS.

-L the akin by sections. Use a otherwise the same will be granted as ooaled. originate, engaged in or pursuing SCOT Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other InformatIon
for losses. :.. of the kind of business,
.e" sharp knife, so a. to make clean one or more pur "
iJ --ij prayed. : "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
Indicated
herein or owning J
-- 'ifi r euta and not crush the fruit ; |t'lh Uld b'e protected." County witness aforesaid my name, this as:lard County day Judge of Maroh of the, or poses or oboCI.property 01 any kind men t. D. Aaat. Oeai'l paja., Agent. ST. AUOU.nB FLA.

,1)07., tloned herein, or of any corporation holdingor RHNE ,

,, "l ."COU.& ...*...... JY01l R you Insured? J. ,LEE MoCRORY, owning the stock or obligations of any

p!>, should do something to'ciaini reliable. County Judge. such bolder corporation of any such: and while bonds the or owner or DeLand Saw and S 'Works .
BokB. oblge Planing
Every company\ r! Novelty
,iiK-' : the gratitude of posterity.!; lions, to exercise all rights -.,. .' ", .. MUS.
s- 0Wbatorrr.askod I .. Senator: 'Booghnm. When) does your policy exptre? Notice for Publication.Department I privileges ofownersbip th.rraod toex _

....J?i,don't.. now,.that posterity .. ercise and all any voting powers ERRYSSeeds .J.: T. OAIRNS,' Manager.
,. Is your' policy in force? of the Interior( and to own, manage, register and dispose
will have. anything I especially\ desire, Land Office at Jalnesvllle, Fie.5 trade mark copyrights and pateo\ and t. d
( *Tnd U It'should have there Is no way "pelephoneTtiumber'sUteenl I February 4. 1U07. W soil of the .. products ; l_ DRESSED
A Notice Is hereby given that James .. Gordon by the same, and any rights LUM'BER
) .
for It to deliver the gooda-Waabing-
I\ HON| ? NSURAb1CE AGENCY of Seville rla., h.. filed notice of his { oover of same; to 81 mortgage, AND. ROUGH .
,
WtoD.$tar-i mention to make float eoiumutatlon, proofIn pledge, hire, lease convey the prove their worth at harvest .
,
.-- : -' 'w4 / '.j II ", ;t t"I .. support of his claIm vi..: Homes.lead BnbIel of tbe said corporation or any part time. Afteroverfiftyyearsof j Sawing; '

...., ;01rak_ 'HIes; WIo... Q'witl I Undue at Entry No. 86753 and 8UO15, made March 2U, thereof, at will and to Invest pro. of success, they are pronounced Cei1IsgF1oorIng', ItdtulTurnng Scroll Kloullfng.'Wl'naow ant

,t ."Jimmy's! got a great scheme ta get UWu, lot the nH of eeK< ae ( of eeX. aeo *l sine at plo..ur. In such the beat and surest by careful Door Frames, Newel { Mantew..Tamed Porch ulwns. etc,,
stetsound DeLand and nwU ol aw>i. leo :iO, two 18 a, range.ie. be by the By-Laws; to conduct You* Shedding for Groves and Ptnerie. UCratel and Box a ,
: "..IdIooJcfffli"\ ; "}() ;i o!! 1// a ,, .: -; and that mil proof will be made before alt, part of Its businesses, and to have '. plante evrwher. t Contracts taken for te of.n7 kind of a building .j,

\:1: ."TBoV does hs: work: ItT .., Clerk Clronlt Court, at DeL.andFla: t on otBcMS and agencies and to employ officers deale. thm 111 5cs4 ,

,..,- : '*.'iV'J, :i" '"H. goes out an',washes'his face, IUI.I' so YEARS1t ,+, prht8,1907------------'- ., and agent at auoii places In this State and I Lineal free 01 rue.t .DEL ND FLORIDA.Bond .
-- witnesses to other states and sudS foreign countries aa .__ L' mia .
..rT.. .
{ tile teocha think he'. 01 an' sands EXPERIINCC provE his residence upon, and be requisite and necessary carry on
may t _______ __ ___ J
I.uro.d :
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Urn homa. :-PhUadelphla'rha\ilre' '.;i f. lultivatlon ol, James M. Hines of said business, and further the end of said

i :'. 'tJI 1i. .4c Seville Bus; W. O. Miles of Seville Fla corporation, such necessity deter VfW-r-WVfHSWv4 .
; %-
j ....-. ilaaiTkat' P.ari A. A.ferguson of"Mftvllle"' ,Fla., L.B.CauseyOIBeville mined under the discretion and judgment We promptly obtain C. 8.and yorelan S "
c "p! Came Rm.4r.j Fla.! HENRY CHUBB. of its Board of Dretor; to borrow money ;' ; r

ifl i <'t HoweH-Bow doe:ttaat woman afrltoyotttj ,BeIJI.ter and to ..ur and monies other. .Cumber Company
-', ''J ) .Po..n-W1tb toy eU tola* wise by deeds mortgages, :
Sbos -"," I notes ::other obligations therefor 'tb" PATENTSBand 'J-f l !) * iIPHd'j Ynsoc Maesi* of Its
discretion and judgment
-;; ; : Dstoiiu Notice.Notlo Directors; to-make contracts of any kind Will quote you prices and supply you, frt their yards Dea the depot.'' .

:;. >- i : -. ,- CovN.awTh&C. la hereby given that the under.signed .. whatsoever for the furtherance of its puo nodalakauh or pboto ofumnUoD (orfreereport at DeLand,wft beat\; cypress and yellow .

; ; '" :....:rtl t. '' Uci: >I ., guardian of the estate of Lllla. poses and busInesses Including agreements on patentability Fnr frea.bookRdwto
.ee Marsh a I\1Inor1 'will on the 25-b day of and between the said corporation > Lumber/ Flooring VeilingMouldings! .
':\', March, A. D. 1007, apply trt the CouutJad > and or other corporations en. / g;, ,
faJ"-ORIA, = Loa MunaJW'.45vU... a. .Voluala. Bounty" Florida, for an gaged any of the lines of business pursued ; -
'::-.w. : I cedsr to tell at a. private sale ton oneaftbandlvlded by this corporation, and generally to ; s t f
ow. s
Mil ... ; Sdtt1kffwr1caL. Inttreat of said:: minor la certain exercise all such powers aa mal be necessary DASNOWupposirt SMngles, :L t Etc. r
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$ : or convenient to the pur or busi-
tying and being In Voluala county,
property ;
... ... d1n wisely.- riovlda. daaoTibod as follows, > j.: naaaw ce,1 ar\aton. aDd*, to have, al AU Lumbef| BuUdhiVVn'd'Firefirlc't'/Cemeht.'e'fc'.Vpromptly, / : delvrd);
Tha seM of awU ofsee2a4t11lrI9e.IadLo44edsst1Otpi7era. ; sralas) power -
irrn rWASHLNCTOh anowhere In the city.. ,
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: k ; : ''I privileges Incident to oorpratoo.t prGt u s pAtcM ._ ,

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