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

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7HE COUNTY.COMMISSIONERS' in reference to county right to internal .

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On motion of T. ]. Murray duly .' f
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e This Week. which was unanimously carried at the I You, can make. better .food with \ '

meeting of March 10, 1907 to-wit: : I ,
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"On motion 'of A. H. Ryland duly \j

'" Board of County Commissioners met I seconded 'by T. ]. Murray it Is the : .. '.

Infants to adjournment !Mondaynight sense of the Board after' a careful in- I "
for and Children. pursuant

;, present E. L. Potter chairman; I vestigation of the present condition of :SaL.n<<

Caatorla 1,* a luirmlciwimbstltiito :for' Cantor Oil, Paregoric R. D. Brooke A. H. Ryland, W. H. the DeLand and Daytona road, that
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Dropn and Soothing $;yrup. It Is 1'loiVHant. It 1
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotioRubHtance. McBride, T. J. Murray and S. D. Jordan the same be and is hereby accepted as 7'1, : ,"; FirADOLVLY

It detl.troys Worms and ftlluys :VeverlnhneHS. clerk. the most practical route to Dayton1and \\JId -

It cures> XMarrhooa and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething that this Board proceeds at once .,
Minutes of previous meeting read I ... er
Troubles and cures Constipations) It regulate the to improve and hard surface the. same. : '

Stomach and IJowels giving healthy and natural sleep. and approved. Carried unanimously." ..' "
Children's Vuuaoeo The Mother's :.Friend.
The -
road and bridge .
The reports -
following
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The Kind You -Have Always Bought were then submitted, to-wit: commissioners Thereupon the voting motion on roll reput call and as .PUIE,j., '" ,-i iI

District No. .3-Repairs.
> Bears the Signature Orrnond about follows: \I
No.
District road
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of. No.1 D. Brooke -
", District R. yes;

completed and county prisoners progressing District No. 2, A. H. Ryland, yes; Dis- Lighter, sweeter, more palatableand ". '. 'II>
with work on clearing right '. .. f '
trict No. 8, W. H. McBride yes; District '
of way of road from Seabreeze to 4 DistrictNo. wholesome. :
E. L.
No. Potter yes; II, .1

Ponce Park.District I 6), T. ]. Murray. No. ,
II' New ., t.
No. 0-R' !pairs on chairman announced ,
Thereupon the

In Use For 'Over 30 Ye'ars. Smyrna and Daytona road. the adoption of the original motion. ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO. .Miw-vomc.. .
". ..... .... ....,. Auditor's I
""I ou u. oO".W' v..u..Y ..YO"' The' State report was received Pat Sams was granted 1 the privilige
and filed and ordored spread : .
to capture two pink curlews. _

upon the minutes and published as: pro- S. A. Baker was allowed the right to --._-__-_ __ --. --- ..-_ ,- _,j .j.j.-.' -__ LJJ-.'U'L---- -.* '_-'---''-- L. I .' ,, ->
Leaving. onrltr.. vided by law. Said report is as follows -
pfessiornaIarbs. Johann Sleberllch Is by nature suspicious : apture one young doe and buck. Death of Dr. Patton.Dr. AT THE CHURCHES. Letter to' A':. P. LongdprT.DeLand. .
'" ; but. says the Albnny Journal The clerk was instructed to purchase .1 ." >. (ltl.- ''
JAMES W. PERKINS be appreciates n reasonable proposition. Tallahassee Fla., March 4. 1907. warrant register for county treasurer, Robert Patton, for essay years a Fla!.
resident l of DeLand locating; here from
A traveling/ butcher came bin "To the Governor and justice docket for District No. 8 his Western home died at big home on Dear Sir,. Hero's honesty for .youl
At the Presbyterian Chareh. law.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELORATLAW. way one day and bnrgolnecl with hIm Capitol. The tax assessor was instructed to East Indiana Ave. last Friday after North Dakota ban a pure paint

for eight head of fine cattle. The price "Sir: strike the personal assessment of R. noon In his 84th year. Old age and the Sunday school at 9:45. Sermon at 11 Prof. Ladd, the state chemist analyzes 1 lead a
labled "contains only
being satisfactory the butcher felt In that general giving of his vitality o'clock, followed by the communion. certain paint
"I have the honor to report on way was finds
P. for 1007 amount of $250. 1 la and
: Hardy to Y. P. S. U. E. prayermeeting at 6:40. and zinc and strictly pure
DeLand. Florida. his pocket and found he hail not the Immediate cause of his death. He
1907 '
30th I concluded and
January an examination I' no lead at all;a resinous oU:
Federal brought his wallet. The DeLand Supplement was designated was confined to his bed for a nuwber of The nnlon evening service is held with
Will Practice In State and of the county offices of Vo-- us. A service precedes the sermon. benzine. JD'is, ,.however: fufl-we5.S
Courts "I have not the money with me," be as the newspaper in which the weeks. Dr. Patton had lived long and song ,
lusia county, to-wit: Clerk of Circuit good life, and below we publish a tribute "The Sincere Doubter" will be the and contains no water. '
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will drive the cattle to list for 1000 be published.
said "but I delinquent tax to him from an intimate frlecd. theme of the service. All are cordially' That's like the man 'on trial i Ir killing \ -
& ELY town and send the back to Court, tax collector. sheriff, superintendent -
STEWART money He was a man of firm and unalterable Invited, his grandmother; proved that he
you." of public instruction, county The revolver bond of J. L. Hatchwas convictions, but tender as a child in his didn't set fire to the boose., .

ATTORNEYSATLAW.oe ., "Neln! said Johiinu emphatically. judge and county treasurer with the approved and clerk instructed to feeling to suffering humanIty, and At the ihrlHtlan; t'harch. Ko.lead.. but zlno;, and buy tee, resinous

"Thnt goes. not Root. You shonldt following results: issue license. honorable and just in all his dealings Bible school Lord's Day 10 .a. m.; oil and benzine-"strictly pnre lead and
in Bank Building. DELAND. bring/ de moneys first." has with his fellow man. Christian Endeavor 6-43 Prayer- sine paint, >, f'.Pure
:> "I find that the clerk of the court : p m.;
Branch office over Po toOice.DA Y'J.'ONA ""'eli. I tell you what I'll do." sold hand has accounted for all tax The sheriff was granted a requisitionfor The funeral services were held from meeting Wednesdays, 7.80: p. m ; Morn! paint is lead-zinc and-oil; bat
the butcher frankly. "I'll drive only on or 230: blank money bonds, 000 envelopes the home Saturday afternoon bis pas Ing subject: "Education" There will that isn't all; there is such a thing as

Cary D Landis Bert Fish six: of them In, nnil I'll leave the other sale certificates with which he was and paper, and 500 Circuit tor. Rev. Smith, of the Christian be no sermon in the evening account propotton and' make. The' strongest

LANDIS & FISH two ns security for the debt." properly charged; that 'he has promptly Court jury summons. Church assisted by Revs. Knapp and of the union services at the Presbyterian paint is Devoe. '" 'IP ,

.Tobnun stiullud a moment and then paid into Uie state and county treas- buckett conducted the services J. A. church. North Dakota is doing a handsome
ATTORNEYS and". COUNSELORS- Ills, fnce lighted into >The chairman was authorized to appoint Allen undertaker. The active pull J. W. B. SMITH I thing in holding these oo.. ..lencepeopleup
/ uries all public monies that came '
AT-LAW a committee to draft and publish bearers were John L. Nnukols T. B. Pastor. to scorn. .feUw gives their name an
"All he Is chnstHO
right. said.% "Dot his hands. That as county auditor he plans and specifications for building Arnold I. T. Blanc W. W Alcott. J. well as their works.
Ioot.en you leave doge two you aecou'nts A. and J. W. Smock Inter- '
r... DeLand Florida lie? bought dan, It Is sure you comes is keeping with those county DeLand and Daytona hard road and ment Douglas at Oakdale. Baptist Church. Yours trulyF. '

... Will Practice In State and Federal back und pays me." officers required 'to be' kept by him. ask that bids be 'submitted at a special Dr. Patton born in Warren Morning service 11 o'clock. Sunday. W. DEVOB & Ccf.

Special facilities Courts.for examining and "I find that the tax collector has collected meeting, to be !Iheld Aprfil l 10, 1907. county Ohio In was 1823. He was. educated April 7th for J.being B. Stetson the day set apart, the for G. W. Fisher sells our paint.

perfecting land titles Beard. and turned over all taxes on account Thereupon the chair appointed W. H. in a fine school in New York State and discourse prayer and order of service University will have

A. Brandt In bis writings on the human of the tax roll of 1005 and the McBride and A. H. Ryland on said taught in that State a number of years. Hnecla.1 rafarennn to thla Avant. In the T.. T........ T."_... at O... ,

J 1... McCRORY beard proffers an opinion directly same. is balanced as is ''his license ac committee with instructions to act. Later he went to Philadelphia where he evening' inther: -91 ill 1- be a sacredconcert In 1871 at a celebration held In New
I: opposing that of Darwin that the graduated from a medical college of and collection for the orphanage York In honor of professor Morse the
count. The his that after which he went to
beard Is a hereditary remnant of ani- treasurer presented report place at Arcadia. Yon are cordially invited original Instrument Invented' by him
"The Board' of County Commissioners Kentucky and there followed his
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.: for the month 'of March, together vith pro .
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mel growth. According to Brandt. It Inan .; tension Coming out of service of the was exhibited connected. that 'mo* ..,
within the statute as .
acquisition so.thnt even the occasional are keeping his books and accounts which were examined war In IStin he moved to Kansas The -- ment by wire with every oneof, tbt! '

C UeLand Florida. beard of women ban a prophetic regards their compensation as commissioners and on motion approved, and Doctor was twice married, his first wife St. llarnabas' Church. 10,000 Instruments then In use In the
for has overtaken and for road work. while living in Kansas. After St. Barnabas' Eoisoopal church Rev. from
significance, ns man paid warrants ordered destroyed.The dying country. At a signal a message
Jr.
8 laf B. WrIght S. B. Wright. whole "The offices of superintendent of coming to Florida he married the widowof Campbell Gray Rector. sent vibrating
woman In his organization so It s'howed' following balancesto the Inventor I waR
WRIGHT.ATTORNEYSA'r.LAW. report April 7th, Octave Sunday of Easter.
& Hair.
BRIGHT Is the also with reference to the instruction and Rev. Mr throughout the Patted States and waf
case public county judge are the credit of different funds: 7 a. in Holy Communion; 9 a. m Morning -
baa rd. But slowly women are following neat and well kept. The Record joins with many friends prayer; 9:HO a m. Sunday school read at the same time In every city
General fund .. ..$3,251.04\
revenue Dr. Patton ha,1ln nn expression of sorrow
and now 10 per cent of them 10:30.: a in Choral service with sermon from New York to New Orleans .and
NOTARIES PUBLIC "The sheriff is reporting and payingover Special hard road fund. . 2038.97 over his (ifinn' and a tender of sin-
\ Evensong Daily service at 5 San FranciscoVees.-
The 5pm.
show a stronger growth. woman p /
O H.'H at Telegraph Office. r the dlstu.nt ruturo would then like- promptly all monies collected by Fine & forfeiture fund. . .. 080.60 cere sympathy to his beloved wife in -, -
tbe lose she has sustained.
Dgt AND, FLORIDA wise be adorned with a beard.-Die him in behalf of the county. The miscellaneous bills, against the great The Union KmlcvH.! ._ w.t..

Umschau "The treasurer had properly charged county were examined and on motion Tribute! to Krlenitnhip. The union services of the Christian "Johnny, dear" called 'Mn Ferguson :

J C.: ALEXANDER, -- himself with all funds going into the approved and warrants drawn in M. E., M. E South and Presbyterian from the foot of the stairway, "It'.
treasury and had On hand on January pay- The 20th of March one of our nobeet churches will be held at the Presbyterian 6 o'clock. Time for ;yon to get up.",
,- ment therefor. and best citizuns having/ served his church. Rev. B. B. Knapp will "
The :Badge of Honesty "All right maw. answered Johnny.
ATTORNEYATLAW.Offlce 1st 1007 $$13.01227 distributed as follows well by the will of God fell
generation
: preach. the sermon ,and 1 there will be Then he curled himself up for another -
; Is'on every wrapper of Doctor Florae's : in sleep." ..peclalml1slo. You are cordially invited.J. '

( DeLand In Brush Florida.Block. Golden list of Medical the Ingredients Discovery composing because a it full Is General revenue fund. . .$ 830.7-1 April Session of the Board, of' Dr. Robert Patton, next to his beloved W. B SMITH, "Talk nap about your assies noises! lie

. . 68.S3 wife, I knew his later years better than Hsc.
Federal Road & fund.
State and bridge Tribune.
Nli1 PractIce: In printed there In plain English. Forty Public Instruction.The any other peraiin! : In October. 1903 I muttered sleepily.-Chicago!
Courts years of experience has proven superior Fine? & forfeiture fund . 454.75 became resident of DeLand. There
S worth as a blood purifier and Invigorating General school fund. . . 7,539.32Suh Board met Monday evening was out one intervening residence be- The First Methodist Episcopal thurcli. Wee .......

DH' U. A. DAVIS tonic for the cure of stomach disorders school iliitrict fund. .. 4,123.13 April 1, wIth all the members present. tween bin house and mine. I soon Rev. Win. J. Harkness' Pb. D, Pas !Miss AculII'-\flla! Sere tells me she
anil, all liver Ills. It builds up the run- The minutes of the last meeting were formed him acqnitintance, and friendship, tor.Sunday Is only twenty-three. Doesn't that seam
PHYSICIAN SURGEON down other tonlo can In school 10 a. in ; Preaching/
AND system a no and
rend after which the
approved. being nut far apart Eve.ypleasant ? Miss Wlae-Y.
our ages to : very
UPLAND FLORIDA.Offlce which aluouul u ed. The active medicinal Total . . . . .13012.27 regnlar order of business was taken up. morning we walked to the out- service 11:00. m; Epworth League 8:4(1 strange It you would seem tad Indicate ,.
native roots such as Evening service at 7:110. l'ordl..1nvltRUon trange.
of m :
at residence,' Indiana avenue principles "All of ,which is respectfully submitted Chairman Chandler reported that he skirts of the city conversing on scriptu1 p.
Gulden Sea and Queen's root, Stone and to all. that she wasn't born until bw tent!
Court HOUIIe.I.I had sold the old Spring Garden school al 1 topics the spiritual and heavenly life

-. Office hours: 9 to I\\!. 8 to 4. &nd1 to 8. Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black : house for $30. historic incident In our past lives and birthday or so.-Exchange.: ,.
Cherry bark are extracted chemically and preservedby trIple- "W, B. Sadler Assistant State Commissioner Cronch reported that a current events were not overlooked.This Hetliodlut Episcopal Church Month. ...... ..........

U' R3. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M.' D. refl ned the glycerine.use of Bond to Dr.pure B. v.Pierceat Auditor.. satisfactory well bad been driven at continued until his infirmity forbade Regular services every Sabbath at 11 "Aw ..on. 21k.." said the Brltlrt .,

Buffalo' N. Y., for frets booklet which The resolution from Orange county Blake. long walks; wince, rarely a day has emend 7 80pm; Sunday school at 10 soldier attempting to and the argument -
medical The matter of the colored parsed that we have not met at his home m Junior Ep worth League 3 Senior lobster." .
SURGEON. !quotes extracts from well-recognized commissioners in regard to good roads allowing 1 ; pin; ; you're a
PHYSICIAN authorities such as Dr. Bartholow. information. teachers at attend their State Association or mine. Dr. Pntton, was well educated Ep worth League 6 80 p m; mid-week "Ye flatter 10.." retorted Mike. /
filed for
ordered
ScuddeV Elllngwood and a was referred the great reader of papers and books; Wednesday, 7 80 in A
King Coe' was to Superintendentwith prnyermeeting p "Shnre a lobster's a wise animal fur,
Office on East New York Avenue holt of otbeps; showing that these root\ Mary Cjews was allowed I3.0O per power to act. his knowledge of the Bible was wonder cordial Invitation Is extended to all fur hIm .|
Is the color a. long a
ful. He drank into tbe life and of green
DELAND FLORIDA. be for their curative and of$1O.00'back spirit these services.
, can dopdnded upon month for, a warrant
aupport It was decided that if possible, all the Christ and His gospel and word. Having he lives an' he'll die before he put oa
action it I all weak states! of the stomach!
pay issued. members of the School Board and the with fidelity served his country in ---- a red coat."-Catholic Standard and
A. S. MUNSON. aC4om: led y Indigestion or dyspepsia
DR. Superintendent should attend the -
The communication of Jas. R. Marsh the battle field he was equally patriotic Time.
.. wet I 11 I bilious or liver complaint\* State Convention of Woman's Christian TemperanceUnion. N'yr.
County Stapertntendants.
and In wastlngdlseaaei"where there was referred to attorneys of Board. In later years inspired by a love of justice ,
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BOMEOPATUtC.iYSICIAN. and philanthropy. At his ... Twae.
I. los lesh and gradual running down Wilson suggestion
Assessor
Under advice of
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of I trength and syitem. In order to secure greater; uniformity he a prohibition republican and I The last meeting of the Woman's Today Is short. Yesterday> has pasaad. -'
Office Second Door South of Fisher's The "Golden_Medical Plagoverr'maknrt ]';9. A. VanValzah was allowed a rebate in the work of our Grammar School a prohibition democrat pledged ourselves Christian Temperance Union, March Tomorrow may not'coma; hence

1-". Dung Store. niiraT blooUandso I Invl oratespfapd of $1,700 in valuation to apply on grades it was decided on completing/ to vote tbe prohibition national 3H/ was devoted to the Press depart. yon have no time to waste ,If yon
'\. HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.1; 3 to 6 the eighth' grade to require all pupils ticket in llK>4.
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OFFICE ,
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1000 tax on lots 22, 23 and block ,, ment of W. C. T. U. work and was contemplate doing something better.
and 7 to 8 m. to an examination on Arithmetic .
p. _r1thrpuihthemthewholasyteThus pass Dr. Patton wise remarkably pure minded. well attended. '
unusually be at Plttnburg New.
DeLand Florida. all skin affections, blotches, pimp* Rogers Seabreeze.The Grammar Geography U. S. History I never heard him utter a word that
and eruptions at well scrofulous swellings communication of Mary L,, Orthography and Physiology. The would be Improper In the presence of Special Inspiration and encouragement -

[JR. JOHN REEVE, and old open running sores or ulcer Stanley for'rebate was ordered refer, questions to be prepared and the pavers refined women. I can't realize that I was given by the presence of 'i
are cured and healed. In treating old graded by the Connty Superintendent.To shall never see that /genial face again or Mrs. Irene Adams of Lake Helen DO YOU GET UP j
red Assessor Wilson. 01the
running sores, or ulcers It Is well to lam to those who successfully pass this examination receive the warm grasp of tbe band It the Florida State Superintendent _
I JYSICIAN AND SURGEON sura their healing to apply them Dr. The notary bond ''of 'A. B. Prevatt: the Board will grant Diplomas was only a few Sundays ago that at his Press in W C. T. U. ,work.< She
Salve. If of Graduation and these bi two ladles with her and added wmiA4B4cK ? ,
Plerce'i All-Healing your druggist was approved. diplomas earnest soliiltation I attended with him ought '
Office. In store recently occupied by don't happen\ to have this Salve In Th____ nrrmrwirion <_if. H. C._. Haven_ tfl, will be required of all pupils before the Christian church to hear bin former very pleasantly to the program' by. an ,
408 West
Dr. Mellettc: Residence stock send fifty-four cents In postage r' -r--- n. n they will be allowed to take np High pastor in Kansas and present pastor excellent original paper. Kidney Trouble Makes 'You ''Miserable ,;
New York Ave.DeLand stamps to Dr. R.V.Pierce Invalids' Hotel put well' on DeLand and Daytonaroad School work. \preach. We walked to the house of God Hot-cross buns and fresh buttermilk ,,

Florida. and Surgical box of Institute the "All-Healing Buffalo N. Y.Salve, and* in repair was accepted. The Attorney was instructed to give I in company. Both baprized believirs In brought as a delightful little surpriseby : Almost everybody wh: reads the news

H. D. BRACEY.DENTIST.. a will large reach by return post. The revolver bond of J. W. Woodwas doe notice of elections to be held on the Christ we participated in the communIon Mrs. Dean, were moot refreshing on papers I I. sure to know of the wonderful I .

QR. You can't afford to accept secret nostrum approved and clerk instructed to last Saturday in May in the following services. It was the last time that toe warm afternoon and appreciatedby \ I'' .J" : cur\ ** -m doby"(Dr. L "
as substitute for this non-alcoholic special tax districts.: we entered the earthly sanctuary. The all after the program. .,, ; Kilmer's Swamp-Root, "
medicine or KNOWN COMPOSITION, not issue license. No. 9-BarbervllleNo. I lust conversation was the last morning; The devotional part of the programwas '.1 It I the great kidney'liver
J even though the urgent: dealer ,may 'The following resolution was unanimously 7-Port Orange. he sat on his verannnh. Our conversation followed by these readings; j L: and bladder remedy' i ,

'\ Office: First door west of Bank. thereby Dr. Plerce's make a Pleasant little ''felfets: regulateand abopted ?land ordered spread No. 11-Enterprise.No. seemed to have been premonitory. W 0. T. U., Press Work- Mrs. ..i 4, It I is lbs great medical -!

.I. ,1' DeLao* Florida. S Invigorate stomach liver and bowels. the minutes: 13-DeLand. Boo spoke of an incurable disease, death Adams _Il triumph of the nlno 4.
upon and the resurrection, of the future life. tfantb .,century r'ciI.>' '
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Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy to take No. -Orange City. I i
: : ASSAGE. as candy. "Whereas we are informed that No. -Ormond.. We mutually rejoiced in a spiritual nn' Co-operation of the Religious Press II\ 8 covered alter year of J: t

1 certain charges ;have been preferred \7-Emporla.\! i Ion, a communion ot saints. He known with Woman' Temperance Work .111\ sclartUlo' r *earch: 'fey .
:--;-, W. Perkins No. 80-Pierson. all about it now being in possession of Mrs, Niver.. I, P..JCIimmxezni.U | ,] '
as county
against James
j' ;'t-:. A. M. GOODMAN. M. D. ALFRED HOWARD: No. 18-Osteen. the happiness and blessedness that flow The Press as an Evanll'elllli-Mre: -.. nent kidney and blad- .
solicitor of the Criminal Court of "
from Christian life.. Hart 'IpIIOIaIIIt."ancI' let I
MISS MAUD GOODMAN SURVEYOR AND DRAFTSMAN! Record of Volusia County; Florida The Board then adjourned to meet successful In i
wonderfully ; promptly curing f
-, Tuesday morning. Bro. Patton yow have been very pleasant What the Preis Women are Doing .
lama back bladder, uric acid troubles
'- and to me and your name with me will -Mre.Sheddeu.1 kldnelt
I Pursuant to adjournment the Board ) : .
Specialty'MICHIGAN and whfeh .to tba worst t
; *- 21 WOODLAWN BOPLEVARDVOLUSIA Mapping a '"Whereas the Governor the state met Tuesday morning at. S o'clock sill live associated by and all that memory., can The 'Tree we,, Love. (Press*-Mrs.' ": form of kidney': trouhls_- .--- .
give my prayers mr.tearl.: Shawl
:' j COUNTY ABSTRACT, AVENUE, DELAND, FLA. has seen fit to suspend th. said, JamesW. members present. O,. B. PATTISON. Dr. Khmer gwasnp-Root I I..not ro i
.' .4 INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUE- Perkins from saidoffice_ ; and I The 'Treasurer's books and reports Importance of Our Own Literature ommeMed for.ytILlngburlf'Ou\ kid-1
ANCE COMPANY. satisfied that the went audited and approved old warrants -Mrs. Linstrom., nay liver or Maddw trouble It wilt ha found 1fust '
:t "Whereat we are Panama Canal UErle Canal. of the aNd. It ha been testedIn.omanyways.Iisbo.pItalworknprlvate I
; ,- were cancelled new bills were An Interesting feature program the remedy you
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... Bert Fish Cary D.:Landis': V. H. VOQRHIS, charges aforesaid arc false;'now examined: : and approved and warrants. is the was the'W. O. T.. Bulletin to* '4
President Sec y and Treas. i "Therefore be it resolved\ that, we drawn for the same. Machinery digging Panama which many-of the ladles contributed practice, among 1t1411e.1PJe.' poor to P.\11"11' ,

4 '. \I. Dentist, fa'fhet Board of County Commissioner The following financial statement for Canal a thousand times quicker, than Items of news on the lines. of.- "tern ocr-, Dhasa relief ana has proved, M successful\ ,.
p Titles Insured.; March the, shovel dag the Erie; ance and righteousness. srarycasathai a piclv: 'arranf-n< t
was approved i iBal.lutetatement.t,4
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e' Abstracts furnished and titles perfect- P.. 0. 1ockDeIndFIat "', of 'Volusia' County' Florida urgetbS MachlnerrproducCl the L.. & M. bean mad by f" ilch all readartaf thl* ,
.' 1 Plats and Blue Prints Sup- \ rrate In ,the j Interest of: the tax' 6708.60 Paint BO times less JabOr.than -.' who have not already triad tt, may/ _..lIe-f,
at cost for
ed.Maps to'-li.ndCOO
J t ,. Hours: a80 to 4 Receipts for the month 2974 88 ll'O ;
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I' : bottle tent free by'mall. she a )
jyer's.sad' in jistice.tothc Mid James Ktmpla
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1: plied. Warrants ,outstanding.. .. .. .... If made by hand. C8 DE LEoCELESRAflor4, how .
r" Opposite VolusU Couuty) .nk..t : W.>'Perkinsthat they''do reinstate him The L. & M gives' the best Job In !tolling 'abouts.o.np.Root.aJLd .. .
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DeLANP.' ; 'FLORtPA I i' ST. oat IfYOuhaV81ddTiayor
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.? W. C. CANNONS'Livery i |o -th* "position'of county solicitor of Total' 110547.47 the world because L. & 1C: Zinc 'When writing menttett reading JaddarJrouble..l 't; '.
On account of the Poho Da Leon cel'
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: CITY REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE $ Criminal Court of Record of Vo harden IA *'M: White'Lead and fferi ta.tlJlI paper'M4\.t, ,.;.. I '
Feed and Sale Stables. the 11"a'CIht-Ftorld; :-' War.. outstanding last rept.'.$ I 668 00 makes L.: & M Paint wear like Iron, ebration at 8l;., GIrUIUn..JI'la.'Dril. lend your adc1N U tO '
. : OFFICE ,OFE. J lad to 4tb 1007, .Inclusive, the Atlantic "
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. f. bills ,War drawn this month., f. ,4800.10 tor 10 to 15 years. DvKftgzw&CeBihg' :
Fashionable Turnouts, "Th ,.criiplnfxamln (COU3/O5t; were Cash on h.nd.... .. .., 4090.87 .It.i only requires 4 gallons' 'of this Coast Line :R)'..will (give a prrlal. rate .Ssntea. ., .P1.. Y.,,,'J1i8 : '' _ .
HAYWARD Pin d'W' on'mdlton approved for of one and,one Uiln flmt.eUs*,faces fot eguisr fifty cant and ." -ss.- 3 ."
He Bus meet aft trains at 'A' O. 1; 't)enot the Jitro.9f{. '78.4; and clerk Instructed I I Total ''$10841.47 celebrated: paint and 3 <
-: City Property Specialty.\ flraiinsnrano write Bark. mart rooming and afternoon and .F 5. : .ia1t.t, cr I< -.'" 1 J_ 'The Board then adjourned, to' meet Oil at HO cts per gallon' to paint stone.and''d.taile4'1uottu.tio.. seethe jl I 1Pet{ iaka*.yBuat.J[ ,bur*n>...', ,"-, ",'j':( '
/fit. for Use Aetna, "Tbe leading. u. Hyr trains st Orange City, right QJ"ilac.W: : ; a moderate sUed. house 4l.tiaut1oossIUn' .Agent. O..write, .
I '-( company of America".-one of the train at .DeLand Ju' otton.' U. .U.. Hal* On motion the.. attorneys .of (he May Stb". ', jlfiaoy t .defect' exist In 'L. &M. Frank O.;' Boylaton. District Passenger her. tti*.pane.' .wniotW: 'k:.,>." '*
few fire coat anlee now very popular In both routes. Baok meet boat st Ba.resfi>rd. .' _' A. O BOTTS Anont.' AUanrlo.Coanf: Una,7 JacjtsoarUtetfPlav' I w.ap'oot5 .4 tbe C :;jV .J;; ',I
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i ''VULtiSIA{ IjOONTYt RECORD.! ;'The.. Florida legislature( convened The consumption of sugar in '-ALL OVER THE COUNTY- Miss Blanche .Barnett 'left Saturday r

\'i": )last Tuesday in biennial the United States is increasing last for an extended: visit I with, her sister

'r: '4 session with the election of.Senator rapidly, more rapidly than ,ia ITEMS OP INTEREST WAFTED TO Mrs' Chas. fatten 'In Tlfton Go. Watts & Miller Co. -
Mr. and Mrs.'W. H. Woodard1. of
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,I: entered la the ..*'"ffloe at DeLand.'Fl.>. Hunt Harris Key'West' an the production. During the THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS I
,. rmrad ol...mutter.B. year Pierscn. were visiting their son William (Incorporated).
President of.the Senate and Hon
just ended we used the enormous CORRESPONDENTS.
{t and family in town first of the week.
Eugene Matthews of Bradford 1IARDWAREFURNITUREUNERTAKING[)
K. PttBTATT, Editor eprletor.i' amount of 6,500,000,000 poundsof -- Mr. O. O. ]Benton of DeLand, spent
county as Speaker of the House. sugar, worth $300,000,000. If Pierson.Cadet Saturday and Sunday In town with his .

The_election of these two gentlemen each citizen, got his fair share, aunts Madam n Newinan and Flowers., We begin the New Year a very attractive line of

'1 The finest torn -to crop ever was a distinct defeat to the during the twelve months he Herman Gnnter Is at home Mr. anti Mrs. O. A. West are rejoicing

: ; grown .ta going to. the markets :State:> administration, especially consumed 76 po nds. Of this from the University of Florida., I I over their little son, which came Saturday Bedroom Suits, Parlor Furniture, Hall' Racb, fita'

-t; from the, truck! fields of the in the election of Hon. Hunt The One oonpions shower last Mon last to remain sometime with them. .
80 only one-fifth was produced Felt Mattresses National !
','. lower East Coast._ Harris.as President of the Senate'for'he'has"beel sugar in the United Stated day morning was aver., welcome neet. I Mr.: Dade representing W., E. Jones, 6 Lounges SpriJ gs. 'wb' .".,
; one. Tbe Pierson boarding house has been & Co., commission men'North,' 'was. in 6
,., From the deadly l silence in the : outspokenin fifth came from the island posses- well crowded with guests tbe past week. town first of week In his house's Interest. A Very Complete Line of China and ,'Japanese Matting'We

direction of Texas, it would appear his opposition to the present sions, and three-fifths was imported S. T. Smith of Taylorville was linger We are pleased to note the convalescence a I .

that 'either Senator Bailey State administration and especially from foreign countries.Of ing on this shore of sunshine last Satur- I of Mrs. A. M. Flowers, who will take pleasure In showing you through our .
t.I extensive Block at any time., Careful attention -'
I or.the legislature bad adjourned. Governor Browards' scheme the American-produced sugnr, day. has been quite Indisposed for several I !given all Mail order \ I' ;.! s :'

: ; I for- draining the i Everglades. a little over half was from the Coleman BUhop, a line violinist of days. -

: The fine: fast tourist trains' rue opposition: ,or the administration sugar-beet; the remainder from Barbrrville;'was/ on a voyage here Sat- Our trackers on Lake Louisa will FUNERAL- I .ECTORS. .
soon be shipping to market one of the
urday.S.
from the North and Northwest forces, put up no candidates cane. This is i the' first time the finest raised the Mr. J. A. Stith graduate
E. Lemon, a representative citizen potato crops ever on In embalming, and licensed by
I : to Florida, during the tourist for President of the Senate or beet-sugar has exceeded muck:
of Barberville, was at this guide poet the State Board of Health is la _____
:"..1 season, will be taken. off next Speaker of the House. :After'a quantity that manufacturedfrom Thursday. Tile Sunday school children, and charge of this department and _______________________ -
week. at Tallahassee teachers had quite an I iterating Easter will give prompt and careful
caucus among sugar; cane. During the Dr. George Kerr, eminent physician attention to every detail of this _
lliuuiselveu Moudll.V'they found last ten years the increase in the her:, made. a business trip to DeLand egg hunt at. the M. E. Church Saturday I work. (_ _ _

Enterprising newspajeriinightOW that it, was useless, for they consumption of has been last Thursday. afternoon & t. Funeral Supplies
sugar Mr. W. R. Regan of Ala., Is visiting
;' start .% guessing'contest as would be beaten .to a finish.
\ : three times After spending the winter here V; A.
I as great as the increased his wife's Mr. and Mrs J. M.
parents
in _
Stock
if Always _
to what would come up a man Hence Messrs. Harris'and Mat- Nelson departed last Friday for his
domestic production. Dean. Mrs. Regan and children have .....
: planted packet of government unanimous.The Illinois home. ,. < r
a, thews' elections were been here for several weeks.
free seed Capt. C. E. Jones wife and two sonsvisited
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legislature as organized
.. -- .. Rev. D. Spencer who has been spending .
Barberville Saturday
| 1 mi against the Governor in some of The vesper Services. friends at the winter here. left first of this ,.
1. It hat the correct definition and Sunday.
I .. seems his pet Bchemes, but it is a conservative week for Basting, he having bought a The Hobart M. Cable"Planos'
of an alienist-is..a gentleman Next Sunday. April 7. there will beheld Miss Hattie Braddock, one of Seville's home there bare been In- ,
body of brainy men, the last. Vesper service of the fairest flowers. visited Miss Helen Cede formed.over so we _ _ _ -_ _ _, ",. .,_ -, -.
who: ir paid a large salary No one thinks of
ever making comparisons -
and Governor will find it !school All the ministers of all "'
the year. at this place of peace and sunshine -
for disagreeing with the District :Li:>i\I!\ between the Hobart M. Cable
.f" ready to co-operate with him in the churches in DeLand and all ministers Saturday. Orange City. ,"m ..
i. Attorney. in DeLand: not holding pastorates :..., ,Pianos and any other Piano. The '
all measures that are reasonable, I Mrs. Nels Pierson and Mrs J. A.
wise and for the best interest of are hereby cordially Invited to be Harper with a gay party all garbed in (Miss Ada G. Massey l Is the duly accredited : superiority of'the Hobart M. Cable
: in the Browns-
: Developments present and to occupy a place on the agent of The Record Orange
bathing togs took a plung in Lake _ _ PIano'Is so-'ll rked, 'that when'Cue
r'. ville case make it more and more all the people and of tne e entire platform. The Stetson Quartette con City. and will accept subscriptions and ,,
, Hurmonjr Saturday. ads for the same. Any courtesies extended : ,, speakeofPianositiseimplythetiobart'
State. forjthe Hinting of Mr. Wilmshnrst. Mr. Cairns \
that what the town Fortunately peo-
apparent was .
will be 'c
Hiram Ashley and his of bands her duly appreciated.) :
gang M. Cable.
Prof Rosa and Prof. Hill will sing : This Piano is a delight to
t; suffering from was an aggravated. ple that such, is the case, for if .are busy this week moving his steam \\ --4. I
three choice Mr. Hill will the skilled
songs sing musician. The tone is rich
: ease of brain-storm.{ the Governor had a Legislature; lOll skidder from Alco to the Haw Creek Miss Grace Padgett spent a few days ,: ,- I
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bis best solo. President will deliver
Halley ; clear and harmonious.
Don'tthlDkof
r -" that he could control at his bidding address the University and 'lection Hiram Is a bu tler. with friends here last woek. / \, '
an on -
.,.. From the tone in, which recent some of the wildest and the town. Mr. George Meade of Prince George We would advise our readers to read : ;'7;, purchasing a Piano until you have
visitors discuss him the dear old countyand Mr. Brill's Bargain ad in this l. seen and beard the Hobart fl. Cable
: presidential, : most rediculous schemes of record April 7th l is the day of prayer for cnnntv Maryland. llue. '
j it would appear that Mr. Ham- would be enacted into law Stfteon University and I it will be observed state the writer was reared in, was i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wood leave today Piano. i

.1' man might hear something to his that would result in no good 'to all over Florida. The ministers among the Sunday visitors here. to spend a week with Mr. Wood's J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
1 : of all the churches of DeLand have Miss Bessie Anderson, a stnnringyoung brother in Seville. :
advantage by not calling at the
the people, besides saddling up- been requested to preach on some educational lady, as beantifnl as an artist Misses Mamie and Maggie Rung were '

t White House. on the tax payers a largely increased subject that day and to remember ilctnre. of Madison county was here in Orange City FrIday. calling on friends JOHN B. WELC'HORANCE

'f",: taxation.If the University especially in their guest; of the Pierson house Sunday. before going to Jensen for the summer. '
Mr. Bryan says he is prepared public prayers in the churches The installed ,
The handsome refrigerator
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plaisted of Bangor -
c to ,take part in ,five more' Presidential matters develop as they people of DeLand also are hereby askedto In the Harper store here l .week: was Me.. are expected to arrive in O. O. .. .h CITY_ ....__,___ FLA.
,c- campaigns. la this a now promise, the present Central pray for the University that day, made by Web. Powell. He does his : on Saturday to visit Mr. Plal ted's ;

F: flat defiance of the third term American row will not be an un- that its efficiency may be of God and work good and can do most any old I Ithlag. mother at "The True" FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
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tbat it may be blessed in all that It attempts .
evidence mixed evil. There is as usual alight The TOBACCO AND
precedent or an of abso- to do tor DeLand, for Florida cemetery meeting was adjourned CIGARS.
: lute hopelessness? on between the turbulent IDdu trou' Frank Carlile of Little from Tuesday p. m. until a week from -DRY GOODS. SHOES, HATS ETC. .
and the Nation. ETC
., little southern republics. But Egypt} has taken a contract to get several that day April Oth, as theft was not a .......h____..u'" .____.. -
The Vesper service on Easter !Sundayhas :
Best and
thousand CN SUP s for the A. C. quorum present to transact bu lne 8. Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first
t.. If Harry Thaw this time it has drawn Mexico to always been a musical service Lust. class Groceries
ever gets convicted Line from his own aol< the Price Bro tyf your table.
the front and it she is 8nn<1a.y's. was no exception: and while I School re-opened Monday; there are
he hire seems abandoned turpentine timber, which I Country Produce Bough A First-class
i might Lawyert Meat Market in Connection.
the President meant to make an address I about twenty-five pupils enrolled at ___ .:.J.

Patrick. .to: stall off his exe uticn. u.minded_ ""_to_ join" the___. United LLI_ _States_ .. ,. he withdrew it In favor of tbe | makes the finest! crrussties, -for durability_. present. ,Miss u _Kerr is principal and 4 4u. (Orders receive. careful__attentionanddeliveryproipt._... __ __ _. You u will find my prices ,
And tnis would give Lawyei. III II&iUUIIK (
Patrick funds to prosecute hit I necessary spanking. the bad children choir sang a beautiful Etater an- : received a telegram Thursday, convey dept. __ __ __n_

; own case indefinitely.' into quiet. This is a more them. Mr. Hill sang/ an appropriate ing the sorrowful Intelligence of the So many of the tourists have gone we

,;i important development in the resurrection hymn. The united choruses serious illness of her brother in Jacksonville cannot begin to mention them all, but KLICKER BROSJ
; and congregation sane the beautiful She left Friday for his bedside among the number are Mr. Eldred. wife
t Dispatches from diplomacy of the western hemisphere
Wisconsin say Easter music in tbe chapel hymnal. and accompanied by her faithful son B. B. and son, Mr. and Mr.. Hooker, Mr. and

that thing political are "more, than may be casually Mr. Morse played the Hallelnjih) Minabew. Mr Warren Merchiant Tailors

,t4. ,. than usually complicated." This I recognized. Heretofore this Chorus, and Jerusalem the Golden with W. F. 'Randolph a wealthy cotton Mr.. Curtis received a sad telegramthis ,:

probably means that Senator La government has had a monopolyof variations. I planter of East Mississippi, who owns morning telling that her sister l in ,

Follette and Mr. Babcock are the peacemaking when the Next: Sunday a basket collection will one of the handsomest orange grove Oawego New York, is at the point of Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner

"' ,: both loose at the same time. South American states fell to be taken up. There will be no special properties in this place is here for quitea death. Dr. Curtis left at once by way

t ., vffort to raise money, but the people stay with his friend. N. L. PUrson, of Junction for the North. AU extend:
wrangling. We have' had the who nave enjoyed the Vesper servicesare who makes a specialty of caring for loving sympathy. Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns

-' Pittsburg papers are now Monroe Doctrine for some gene asked to make. a contribution in 'he orange groves.A night new,

;'. pointing with pride to the fact rations, and lately we have developed collection basket. on that day. Come abbath celebration opened the occasion The Easter sale on Tuesday was preceded Suits that fit xfiu, too, just Suits superbly lined all through
by a interesting address de.
"p that the, recent flood was the the policy of "the big yourself and bring your friends. It of the 60th year of his advent Into livered by very Bishop Gray In his usual Suits right, and through,

;?1",1." biggest since' the deluge, and stick." This is all very' well, will be a good day. The Pre
that the reside section, of the and it is better to preserve peace addrers will show what the University Sunday. Honest Nels and Mrs. Pierson difficulties which have attended his When you appear.
means in the apbuiMiu, of the town of
city' has .Mt. Ararat beat to a in the western' world at any DeLand which we all love.: most delightfully entertained a large work among the Seminole Indians in CONSULTATION F R E E7 'r I
of friends at their elegant horn
number\ South Florida. How he with the aid of
standstill. Local pride has various price than not it at all. I
preserve on VoluMe Ave. Sunday t. able assistants l established settlement
a
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:,I)" manifestations i But the little South American Dr. Hulley a Charming Speaker.The Rev. A. Slenwall. the faithful paste at a place called Immokalee which being KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda I I

countries are naturally some- Wanchnla Advocate of March'I of the Lnthcran church delivered a defined means "Home." Be ha ,

.; :. Mr:, Harriman says he would what suspicious of us. We are 29th, speaking of the High School Com-1 beautiful Easter" sermon Sunday morn also been tbe means of erecting a hospital -' -

: be perfectly willing to sit beside too big, we speak a different mencement at that place, pays the'' lug, the theme, The Resurrection. At at Glade City now In.charge of I

the President and give him ad language and we have different following compliment to the President' the olosH, he performed the rite of baptiftm Dr. Gordon, who endures many hard-

i', -. vice.. ,And it i. not believed that ideas and, ideals. But Mexico is of Stetson University: on the young son of Mr. and Mrs. ships and privations himself while John B. Stetson University
',',1 this would "The commencement! exercises: began Hans Anderson. Be also preached in ministering to the needs of his patients,
.:, even prevent the really more like a big brother to Sunday morning with tne baccalean- the evening. who have numbered as high. seven-

President from going right'ahd'; them. They may think she will leate sermon which was preached: by Miss Cora Stebblns a beautiful young teen to twenty-five; and these people AFFILIATED. WITH THE

.,,'".." and. .. doing exactly as he chose., play fair with them, and that we Dr. Lincoln Hullev president of JohnB. lady and former school teacher,: here and have such faith In Dr. Gordon that they __.___UNIVERSITY n.n_. or CHICAGO. ;

will see that she does. And she Stetson University of DeLand. The /general favorite with both patrons and place him above their own medicinemen COLLEGE OF LIBERS

.,,; Give the farmers, growers; and look at from exercises: were held in the opera house, children. spent last week" here, guest In their esteem. city of (JhIogo, ARTa-Standarda al'8ld .:: i: trockeri of Florida a half( chance can things more and the large ball Wall crowded to Its of the Pimon House. She taught the Bishop Gray's address was very much COL-Ll'oK. or A-Groduatlos admitted without examinatIon In Florida.
their point of view than we can, ntmost capacity. The special manic past term at Tampa, and goes to her enjoyed by a large gathering who madean COLLEGE. 01' TE HSOI.OGY'-Eleotrical, Moobmioai ud Civil EuIIlaeerlog. .
1 and you will flat i them getting, even with the best intentionsin furnished for the occasion. was a creditto Madison county home. She received a effort: to hear it in spite of the chilly COI.LE'He FOR TEACHBB3m.
of
fr on nicely. They find,,that 'Flor the world. Mexico knows the town, and Dr. Hnlley's sermon warm welcome from Pierson frldhda atmosphere and dampness from the Teaf'b..rs.PREP *& courses studs for .Florida School. '

ida's 'soil responds quickly and that, she has the United States was appreciated by every person pres Pierson and Seville ball teams Monday rain. Michigan. V lI.,TRY ACA.DKMr-F0r Chicago, harvard, Yale Princeton
The ,
,. This sale consisted l of HUMIN 11:88:
; ent. Tbe Doctor is a forceful talker fancy articles COLLEG-BookkeepIaR.
abundantly to good care and Banking, 5 diamond Bu.lneos Typewriting
back of her should European played a fine game on the Seville Law.
galore ice-cream hot
;. '. moderate! season: and it ,must be complications threaten. So the and manner his beautiful that carried thoughts conviction are given with ina Friday. The score was S to 15 in coffee and tea marmalade cake and chocolate jelly, Tislniuig SCHOOL. OF JIIECHA..NIO ART -Wood and Iron worklolC and Haoua

Ifl." a very dry year throughout if noW situation i is them. favor of Seville. The Mulligan team candy in boxes: and balk. \ea SCHOOL OF 1IUSIo-Plano. Organ, Voice '
satisfactory After hearing Dr Hulley de- Theory -
50.'." .._. nd "' ..... .....11.... ''PI... "'....... ...a I' very. _'__ .__ L.__ L'L'L' _a was lurking./ and out of practice A large A.. .f... ....._....+.t.... _.A..ua _.. ..._ .',C'urae.. ,! _____ __ History of Hu lo, _
' V r MS V --'--- A u V f..l f IU IIUII snu we can Heartily welcome her otio w ...... oeicer lives is awaienea ana -- --' -- uu -- .uv CVDUV" U.' 1"11I ARl'lI-DrawlolC: end
;t'4 iidtrutc'crppsof'the' State are advent into South American enkindled in the hearts of all. The I crowd followed witnessed by a!. delightful the gems dance, which at'was the I Witch's well over which Miss Laura IIOUd Sl'IT.OI4
; _, '- immense and1- bring millions*, of arbitration. sermon while an Ideal one for a commencement Pettit dressed as/ a witch, gracefully IrYmoltlllum.25 01111111 rnm,lIep.rate dormitories e.iuipmeut 10 IlIboralorl..lI. J museums
Robinson Halt for both
presided and told fortunes at 6 cia each bllll, wood and hon abopa. sixes, memorial oJlulog,
,, was just as applicable to m"oultl traIning a..d
dollars into Florida everj domestic scIence
;. ._;_._;,-' : 'I -i, 'year. The drouth in Florida has the old as to tbe young, and we never Justice of tbe Peace Cade spent some Mr Plal ted and daughter Miss Gertrude 'IG.OOO courses. ,pipe Cb.l.toao organ., sac n pino OOIRtlOO.' debating. general COhlbs; llierory, lIooletls., Sl"r auditorium I Irolure
heard a more forceful or appropriate timelesS week circulating a petition and Miss Townsend were the library "0<1.,1. atblelf" 5..Id. IIbrllry fl .Ouu lulOIelll( IIroolal law,
i 1'U" the railroa's would only practically been on since last in this but football Said. park-like ,runnIng....trck tenolll.oour.. .. .. ', ,
4 : baccaleanreata sermon." opposed to any county division, If voten leading spirits many other ChristIan (not sectarian URIOI'U.'II' .d.. cement ....ks.shrubbery and trees,
'deal fairly and justly with their September. In some sections .. in the other precincts 'sign as/ they became enthused and lent a Helping Ofectrjo llbt.. e.ectrl" bells) atm..pbere.UOo08rC8, open to all d..uomlaatluo&, steen best.

.patron there .would: not-be :so there have been no rains at all, CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.' did in this the people will practically be hand and made the idea grow and develop mtalll UDlverslt.v., ve-pere Generous ecolral'D_. festival trllternltlell.Atleqdaq, exIibitlnns now: hi rgess receptlo.In b latorv. re-of I

much complaint against these while in a few two or three CLEHK-CARatKB unanimous for no division. Most of Into an enterprise which' will be last,and all ta time. patroo,' DO money IIpared. 8tetaob III for Florida drat,
the few who signed for a divsion aftera remembered with jpleasnre many long For lotormatoo,I.talogue.. bulletins
showers have fallen these An Views,
Here during aod
corporations is one instance -. examination: for the position of, PRESIl1E foldera. address
second thought ordered their names LUO)L
months. It has been the clerk male and female and day.The HULLEr. M., Pb D.. DjLand Florida
t :, a patron cites: If he does seven ( ) car tier: stricken and signed for no division. fancy articles remaining after
r4 'not move' his freight from the longest dry spell in Florida for (male) will be held at the poet-office. in i There is too much of a booze smell In the sale will be taken to DeLand and

; railroad freight. depot in a certain many, many years. It is hoped this For city application on April 17tb blanks 1907., and for fall this division movement to salt the north. offered for sale by the childrend's auxiliary I --u-- _
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.; 'j' time he is that this drouth is now broken end people. Saturday afternoon. The pro-
0 charged storage. information relative the Now is
; to examination: ceeds to be used for the same the'time to order
cause
-c; 'If' that',same' 'freight took a by this week's rains, as they I qualifications dories salaries vacations, -q- The ladles of St. Timothy's chapel :
< ""j: seemed 'to have been promotions,, etc., address. Secretary! 1
Jnonthf, to"come, over:this road a pretty Seville. cleared over $100 at their sale Tuesday
I" -"* ,couple hunrdredmfleswhy; the general 'over the State, Tbe Board of Civil Service Examiners, PostOffloe afternoon The money is to beused to Simon Pure No. 1 1 ,

yQ: *,MpP rha.: .no7edresB" without planting of ,spring crops has been I ,, City._ ._ T. H. Prevatt made a shopping visit provide rain water tank: for the Seminole -

: < '" delayed acconnt of this All to Palatka first of the week. Hospital at Glade Cross, Flo. .The for your and be
k&-& too Ouch expense to compel the on who may be going North daring grove sure of a large .
"J ; ; drouth and no doubt lots of' the the coming months will aoubtles be Mr. S. A. Baker made a business trip adies wish to thank the good people of Winter AU 'the best crop next
crailt0.4** to damages. I "
pay pleased to learn that the "Frisco"! ays Orange City for their kind interest end use PU E
.,0 ;;; ,'_ ',' orange bloom and 'youngfroit, tern of railways has arranged for an Independent to DeLand latter part of last/ week. liberal patronage. FERTILIZERS, ., and they. show, In'- t-h..nu..I... .. .:..._ i
: ; fl. Th 'Bo rtt>of' "County; comm will fall for ,the want, of rain to steamship service from Flor. Prospects are' good for one of the I--. ,- --- "-vivra:;; ,, .;;: ..

;,'.. :'.!(IiOD.nare-a.kfDgfor; bid for sustain them. 'Even the catte ida Trot to recently New York formed.to fight This the Ia Steamship the opportunity largest orange crops ever known here. I I E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville '
To Q Fl.
Augusta
i tIr.4 'sufferedfor for BHoHdlans to assist in Mr.:1,. :IS. Cansey attended the Confederate .
: of the the have
'ar&surfseIug rpublicrtfd upon ranges ..
beeping np competition. The regular reunion in DeLand first of the
"', .!;.' ;; 'from DeLand. to 'Daytona. ''water, many of the',ponds Havana steamer will call for Florida week., : tog/Daily car through leaves Jacksonville pullman buffet, Fla.sleep-,. at L T. ,E., ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand

lJ pet 'eIfrob'Board: apo.'if. and small streams going dry. passengers forNew York. Specially Merchant J. O. Robinson made a bast- : 8:08 p. m.. via Atlantic Coast Line and Fla. -
low
\/i/{ .J rates for this spring and summer. arrives Augusta the next ..
':;\ 'p.ii.g.J.swb.reia The Record.Tbe Florida ia- closing the most Service strictly first class. Gallon, or ness visit to the metropolis. first of the 7:40 a. m. For Pullman reservationr morning ,- --- -
/ address: Professor G P. Canon De- week. :
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the Atlantic
l .meet'/'lQ.--special: see Coast Line
; JIoIird'W Agents or .
'..,""'/"'.. ', I prosperous tourist season she has Load. Fla."Where.. Quite a change In temperature here write to Frank Boylston, District Orange City Wagon and
: MMou'on th.1thin.toaet1 ..
: Passenger Agent, Atlantic Coast Line Blacksmith'
ever had.. The visitors have been .. Monday of tbla'. week with, a nice ShOps
shI%) id aoksonvUle, Fla. -
; .c.lveL-snd,1t'Ie ;
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bower.
*', here-};from all ,,sections'' of the L. "....Iu.i. r-1It?; -
'd'th. oontnot'I.t for.'this country and they were scattered was be struck by the automobile 'Mr. Yeargln of DeLand. spent part Wagons and Buggies Made ,or'Repaired.<' Horse ,
,
b. '. r Q 4t ?"asked the coroner.At of Sunday In town with. .his brother Specialty." Carriage ShoeIng a ,
's' sjoft ,,: hand' $1coOl" throughout the State., :And they ," the,Junction of the dorsal andeMrvJcsl Charlie." J.. ,F. 'NORMAN< best .buggy*ndl< wagon painting done in the .. >
have left lots'pf money.in"Flor. vertebrae. answered too ser Messrs.; McBride and,Prevatt attended manner, finest paint used. .

if"nJ qn'thld1 I ida*' -/':;''."'."I:,,,,*'!.;'',,,who came'"made (..on p' _, their, respective,boards In DeLand Painter and Decorator ing Done and all Work Guaranteed Everything in Blacksmith. '. ;'
", be .... I.ih.Il all their <, WIU yon please"point that out on first of the _II. ," to be Krst. )*.'. Give. ;, '
....." to spend me a Trial. Orders ...
the
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mspl" asked Promptly
the coroner, ladleat- .ai'g'oft' Attended .
Interior tBlorH
.... .sxe'snd'wlll Th.naval stores firm J. M. Dean isCo. a Spc [ to 't
lug one that
.f!!' their. families .. --: bung' on'the .wa1l.--OJIcI"a. lane opened up a general merchandise 'tjsll, [ .and, Cbutcb.. n.'',.'...,<,'/, ., .. ,".

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,-tJ I I-. -.I'.II .... -. _. THE ''tfOL USIA (JOt1N'.r rtEd 1iD. ,, .. .- '; .;.':; Ohl; >/:', df P Pt'k

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"_ >Rt''MMMMM' M> 'Newest and best In furniture. J. F, Mrs. G. T. Haynes has returned froma 'k fv......TVV'. ">VvtTTVVVVV t' *VV 'v ". "g' tl
Allen &.Co. visit to Day tona. ,,,I'''Itt"t''II:>' !

t'k' Mrs. Ward Gould Is spending the Dr. F. P. McElroy is now with a r i \

Special Values week at Port Orange. a Tampa drug store. \' :
'
t'k.Si'
Dao'lBlaakwelder was a north end Dr. Hnllay is' spending most of the They Have Arrived( ,

visitor to DeL aDd Wednesday. week down /in South Florida. ,
r rf Cyril Happersett is of the
Gold filled watches, warranted for ten now one

years, from|0 to$7.00, at Boley's. clerks in the DeLand poetoffioe '

f SPR/JVG/ CLOTHING Several ot the public schools of the For Sale' -160 acres timber land.- H. DON'T FAIL, '' +,hF,
.' E, Hazen, R. R. No. 1 DeLand.. t
county; closed for the term last Fri'lay. i'a%
Fresh vegetables continue to be In TO CAU'
The ifine-teetd furniture bouse of J. ;;
F.Allen can supply yoorneeds for the great abundance In the DeLand'marketMrs.

horns. II Joseph Baby, a guest at the

',;.: The fine rain the first of the week Putnam Tuesday Inn for the the North past few weeks*, left' .And See This/ / Most Beautiful/ ,Line ofLiPJES' "' '
'
a will do lots of good to the orange groves, :, ,
gardens and field Drops It's time to put up your hammocks, ,
and pat out the porch chairs. Buy from y.,4
Mrs. Victor Barr and Master Victor
Blue Double- Breasted Suits ars at Huntington, visiting Mrs. W. J. us If you have non J. F. Allen & Co.

Serge, Braddock, Mn Barr's meter A small lot more of that Kentucky PUMPSLEATHERS :r'',.

hay, oates and chicken teed left. For
E.-School Commissioner L. E. Causey
$13.50 and $15.00 sale. by R. D. Martin, North Boulevard. ,
of Seville, spent several days at the '.. ti
6"f: county seat the forepart of the week. Mr G. A. Dreka returned the first of
the week from Fort Lauderdale where
;
: I
Many of the winter visitors who'have
{ 'she has been visiting her parents, Mr. -IRPA -
passed the season at DeLand, havel
,and Mrs p N. Bryan.
left, daring the past week, for their I I
For Bent-House with modern conveniences
Norther homes
Blue Suits Breasted
Serge
Single For good linens our store can not be I corner Bonlevard and Voorbis 'rENr. ,

excelled. Every careful house wife buys; Ave. Furnished or unfurnished. AND DULL
$10.00 $12.50 and $15.00' Apply to W C. Watts. .'
the best linen See our assortment.O. / .
A. Dreka & Co. The Spring Term of the Volnsia Cir ,.
unit Court convenes Monday. As there
County Commissioner Bnfns D.
Brooke was here from the south end the Is a capital case before the court a THEY ARE AT ''

first of the week attending the Aprileereloa Grand Jury will be organized. 4

Plain Gray and Mixtures $8.00 ot his Board. I The U. S. Court confirmed the sale of t

Last the McElroy stock of goods( and the
Monday's storm played havoc
$.Allen, is and
purchaser packing
with the telegraph lines, and no tele-
$10.00 $12.00 $13.50 and &15.00
/gems could be received or dispatched shipping them to Fernandlna. Fountain'sTHE

at DeLand until Tuesday, Mr. W. T. Woolley, who has some

beautiful grove property at Glen wood,
Thoughtful women, taatefnl women,
come here to buy, for line of [ was a pleasant caller on The Record i g
our spring
dress goods is always up to their stand Thursday. He leaves soon for Meriden ,. .. .. .. .. .. .TTTTTTTTTTTTT. . . . . .. "T'T"'T'TTTT"T'T. . ................ ...................... ... r

Fashionable Spring Ties ard. G. A. Dreka's Dress Goods Dept. Conn? on a business trip. ;!
County Commissioner W H. McBrideand
Manager and Mrs. Holland of The t'OXINU MEETING: ) OF ST. Thomplon-JIay.
... School Commissioner A. B. Prevatt
College Arms will leave next week forth were here from the north end districts JOHNS PRESBYTERY. Married, Sunday, March 81st, at the ,3

North. Most of the help of the hotel Monday and Tuesday In attendance at residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 8. -

left the present week, the hotel closing May thelronlydeaghtetEmilytoCD.; s
the April sessions of their Hoards
The
Presbytery of St. Johns meet in
last Monday. Thompson of White Springs' Fla.. Re.,.

New Panama and Straw Hats Sheriff Turner BOld several pieces ol County Commissioners E. L. Potter the Presbyterian Church DeLand next J. W. B. Smith performed the. cere-
and Thomas J. :Murray: and School Commissioner Tuesday' evening, April Oth, and will
Miss Stewart oreaniat
property; at public sale, before the mony. Mary was
Crouch of the Coast districts continue in session nntll the clone of the
and at the close of a very fine wedding
court hoses door last Monday, a pieceof
e evening service llth.
on April
were at DeLand the first of the week march the few Impressive words of the
land in tbe Spring Garden section The Presbytery will open with a ser- minister united their de tlnle Only
attending the April sessions of their
and several pieces in the Daytona sec respective Boards. moo by the Rev. Mr. Wlonard, of Tampa tbe immediate family and a few invited
tion. guests were present Dainty refreshments ,
Heights Church. At 11 o'clock on Wednesday
A large crowd was at the Publlo I were served, and the happy; ,
Mr. R. W. banker of Elk the Rev. Mr. McKlnnon
Bagott a School Auditorium Tuesday night to preaches oonple left for h New Line of Shoes Rapids, Mlch., who formerly; had a fine witness and enjoy a very interesting the Presbyterial sermon. On the same II '.,<,
grove property in the DeLeon section, evening will be held a missionary meet
Hildebrund's
Grandmother
play Legacy 1.
the few winters spending his win ing with the Rev. Mr. Wilkie as chair
past Notice .
given by the students of the High to Telephone Subscribers. ,',
tare at DeLand died at tbe Michigan 1 man. At 11 o'clock Thursday the Rev.
School, and much credit la due Mrs.
home last week. Barron and her students for the success Mr. Time, of Tampa First Chnrch, will DELAND, FLA. April, 1901. '1

James E. Alexander is on the warpath that attended their efforts in presenting preside, and the evening service will be No calls for toll communication
after the who carried off hie ender the leadership of the Rev. Mr.
party; the play. Few scholars of a high school {
will be allowed
droves, being devoted to Sunday schoolwork except from
fine black and tan hound, Gip. He will could have done as well. The proceeds
be very thankful for any informationthat went to the school library fund. and Vonng People's Societies. At booth at Exchange, unless from
I G. A. DREKA 6 CO. will lead to her recovery. Address these' meetings, and at the sessions of subscribers j
him at DeLand. Mr. I. W. Whitcomb of this place, the Presbytery: all are cordially invited. themselves. This will

has invented a bread incubator It will The Woman's Missionary Union[ connected prevent all errors in toll charges. j
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewis, always bnve the dough' ready for baking in a jo1r

Phone 77 DELAND FLA. season guests of The College Arms, left couple of hours, and Is just the thing with the Presbytery, also meetsat M. (i. ROWE, Mgr. ....._ .-.:
the same time, holding its sessions in -
on Monday night's sleeper for their sum during cold nights to have, the dough ,-
the Parish Rooms of Manse on Wednesday
mer home Ht Englewood, N. J. ThaDoclor ready for hot rolls or hot bread for and Thursday.We Lost.

improved considerably in health breakfast. It baa been thoroughly expect that the coming of the
during the past winter. tested and does its work to perfection.It Gold glasses in velvet case trimmed.
', i .. .i Presbytery will bring great encouragement with Please leave with O. A.
/ li tfitiiii 'lliiiliiiiiliiiii l it iflli 1i 11f 1 I be at Mr. jets
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Messrs. D. F. Morrison and G. H.I can kepi any temperature. and spiritual nplift co the peopleof Dreka and be enitably rewarded.
.
Watts returned the latter part of the Whitcomb has applied to the patent our church and city. The Presbytery MRS. L V WATERMAN.
; A-U-T-0-Z-O-N-E office for a patent on it, and will haveit stands in the
week from the Manatee River section, same relation to the Presbyterian

.. w rrT THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF where they purchased 8,000 acres of Canada.patented in the United States and Chnrch as the Baptist Convenvention For Rent.

turpentine timber, and have already' toile church, and as the Conference .
THE PAST WEEK. House in DeLand and Coronado for \
That blow and
T y yT begun a naval stores industry down was quite a storm to the Methodist EpiscopalianCharcheew summer. B. H. Wright/ DeLand, until '
Disinfectant nd Deodorizer. there. that came' with last Monday and Tnes' April 1. Coronado April 1 to May; ).. i
Local aDd Boelety. Item for gibe People's day'I rain. The wind blew at the rate The coming of this body of earnest ;"i

w Paper..Brief Mention or lasts M Mr. C. E. Blane has purchased the of 30 or 40 miles an hour st times, with Christian men and women into onr ;'w
ODORLESS COLORLESS STAINLESS Indiana Ave home of Mrs. W,, midst is bound to prove a blessing by j
George
j high all Sunday night, Monday and The Marsh Market.
..
a by: our __n... the way of information imparted and .
Mathia, the consideration being 2.500 Tuesday forenoon. There was a decided knowledge gained. Let us oar
y I open If ;you want the choicest cute of Meats
T im oa h. This does not mean that Mr. drop in the temperature following tbe hearts and minds eave your orders with us. The beet of .,

., Instantly disinfects and removes any offensive odor. Purifies the airwe :* W. 8. Taylor, Dentist. Mathls will give no DeLand as her winter storm. Those who had changed to sum- ..I Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and

w Spring millinery. Dreka's. home. She will come here in future mer clothing ordered the winter fabrics Peach Admiral and Stuart Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak,
tress
breathe and all danger from Malaria Infection or contagion < Schley fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon, .,'I
= prevents :J Dr. Mellette's Remedies winters and will board. and''
; at Allen's. out again, and even overcoats were in Pecan trees, ornamental trees Courteous attention and .
etc
; Please call and let u* tell you .bout It. :* J. F. Allen & Co., undertaken and Mrs. Mary A. Wiegand[ who has been demand. Light frost was predicted In vines vines,in grape variety vines and, also at other popular trees prices and ,I delivery prompt ,

= :: embalmers. visiting Mr. and M.... Robert D. Martin, the Northern portion. It wee almost .t E. H Hay ward's nursery. I Marsh Bros. .

-. Musical instruments of all kinds atErloluon' at the North Boulevard home, return cold enough for frost in low damp spots 4I

=: W. A. ALLEN & COPLAND, FLA. i .. to her home at Lexington, Ky.; the first at DeLand. The fall of rain did thousands 1 II!>... !&...""' ... !>...J----''''''''....---.1Io..1'JI..Ao1. fe.itih I 11II: ,f
.. Bon J. B. Conrad was in town from of the week. Mn. Wiegand la in love of dollars of good to the field aDd ....... .. .
y truck crops and, to the orange trees.
with DeLand, her climate and her people
Glen wood
; NEXT TO WSTOFFICE = Tuesday ..,. PHONE
and expects to acquire a winter -- : 79
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Mr. 8. M. Morse was an Orange City
visitor to DeLand : home here.Mr. Death of Mr. J. H. Krnse.
; : Wednesday.
=WHERE YOU GET PURE DRUOS '
The city connoll will hold Its regular I Theodore Strawn has.purchased Mr J. H. Krnse. manager of the At this number you can
'I
s the Gomlr all Hill Top on North
grove
monthly; session Monday night neck Citizen Manufacturing Co., died suddenly
Boulevard, the consideration being 81500 last Snnday eight in the hospital

T Mall and Exp,.,. order receive careful/and pranpf aflenr/on.// :* Messrs. J. P. Mace and Ellis O. Blake and Mr. Strawn has a bargain. The : at St. Augustine immediately following Have your orders filled '
were in town from Lake Helen
Tuesday.
sale was made by; Real Estate Agent 1 an operation for abscess of the stomach.

iFFFFFtFFFFF&, FFFFFFFFhFiMFFFFFNFFFFFFFFFFFFFFf FFFFa' Mr. William B. Mlnshew waa at the Nnekols Mr. Strawn is from Ottawa, Mr. Kru e'l sudden death was a great

.... county seat from Barberville Wednes 111., and he and family have been occupying shook to bis friends and the IJeLand We keep the very best

FFMFFNFFFFFFFFFFFFFFaFW day.Mr. the Fred Smith residence on Clara people. He was! out attending to business

CO NOTICE.Sealed Jack Clifton of Glenooe was at Ave the past wl ter. a day or so before going to St.
:t TO THE :;
bids are hereby requested the county; seat the first of the week on Bill Arnold, a well known negro of Augustine for the operation. It was a Of everything: to eat
i bneiness.Mrs. sad death, and he leaves a wife and six
this place was arrested last Saturday
JL; Aquatic Club to be submitted to the Olerkof
I B. D.Jordan! and son Master Ray night by Sheriff Turner, caught selling children to mourn his death besides a
FOR' J the Oircuit Court on or before are spending the week at St. Angnatine whiskey. The negro woman, in whose large circle of friends. He was a good Our stock is well selected

y April 16th, 1007, for the buildingand and Jacksonville. house Bill kept his booze,*wa also and industrious citizen, and was a

:1 I: Boating, Fishing I construction of the bard surface The farmers and trncken over the" arrested, and considerable whiskey valuable man in the position[ he occupied Did i
found and confiscated. They both plead with the Citizen Manufacturing you ever stop to think t
road between DeLand and county have been busy since the lain

5 or.Picnic Parties i iw Daytona. Detailed specifications last Monday putting In Drops guilty before Judge Stewart Monday Co.On account of the wires being out of ? ti

s will be furnished by 8. D, Jordan, The man who Is looking for style and months morning, and were sentenced sash to 10 order it was Tuesday before the news Always the best is the cheapest
the roads.
oo public .
2 OPEN rO"i-"E'' PUBLIC 5t Olerk, o'n application. comfort in shirt la the man we want of bis death reached the family. The

--.. .. I, The Board of County Commissioners to see we can please yon. (i. A. Mr. Brill is anxious to make room for body arrived here Thursday morning, 1.
Dreka &Co.
** C new goods next season in his fine china and the funeral services will take place Let have trial and ,
a
: us l
Stag issue Cannon Sfao/e Every' J reserving the right to Mr. and Mrs. Klrker, who have had. closets and baa resolved to reduce his this morning at 10 o'clock from his residence.

:: Hour on Saturday ffefurnrVncn reject any and all bids rooms at the Bnshnell home the past prices for a short time to figures never .

: You W/in./ $ season, left Wednesday for the Pennsylvania lean here before such As the Mr. Krnse had hie life insured for '
on goods Let be the
a __-__.-____ __ --- _. E. L. POTTER, you judgePHONE :
--
T ; tome regular selling prices all remain marked $3,000 in the Woodmen of the World, a
Ohm. Bd. Oo. Comra
Fare 2Sc 5 'The OB the goods the great reduction in fraternal order, and this goes to bis
+ $ Round wp Stetson team won out in the alf
Attest: Officers and members of the 79
i games of ball had with the Rollins team prices will at once be apparent and ap family.;

t lt ssiii.i tai i SAM'L D. JORDAN, Clerk. on the University athletic field last Friday preciated. The same applies to odds Woodmen of the World will attend and

and Saturday. and end in hosiery, half price being the take part tn tbe funeral services[ this -

..., :I!: :I!: : role. mornlfig, accompanying the remains to u. tA
-- When the hard surface road is finish '
', W. T. WALTERS R. P. WALTERS ed between DeLand and the ee.etit DeLand Navel Stores Co. baa purchased Oakdale. :+a'r
] The deep sympathy; of DeLand friends 2K
several valuable tracts of timber .
will take only an hour to reach the j
ed l Innda the week, them and of all onr. people goes out to the "
past
Walters t beach In an automobile.Mr. being the Lane 180 tract and among the Gillen- grief! stricken family in their great lose J. F. ALLEN & CO. <*

e Pharmacy Thomas E Boolea, who now ban. Thorn tract near Bereaford, and a large I il
a plumbing and tin shop over at New
f tract near DeLeon Springs. The consideration TEACHER'S JIEV1EW CLASH
DELAND. FLORIDA, Umyrna, spent several days al DeLand for the Lane wa $3,200.: AT THE UNIVERSITY Leading Furniture House of Volusia_ County' {;
the first of the week with his family ;

.::.",_..<::.<::-.,..-; .-:':: ':: .:7<:::'<;= ';'-::-'-" "--G<:- -"' An only sister of Dr. 8. E. Newton Is Since November'1'7,000 worth this of company timbered baa lands purchased More half than as many a dozen counties teachers, have, representing enrolledin "" \' "li, ,,

We keep In stock a complete line of expected from the New Jersey' home in this section of the country. The recent the Normal Department since oar .. "
next week'to reside In future at De- "DROP IN"and I' (:
deals made the
were by Wright .
last"'ue. On Friday evening an informal ''. '
.Fresh. .Drugs- ,, Toilet Articles, Stetson Fine Land with the brother and Mrs. STew ,Real Estate Agency.Ura. reception wee tendered the spring ;

,' Stationery f Wiley's, and Lowney's ton.Parties I B. T. Fisher and her accomplished term students at Chandoin,H1L On see our Newest. .. 'i. ,,
! visiting In DeLand oof send daughter, Miss IDIOj nel who Saturday A. M; President Holler gave .1" >'<;,. ',-

,Candles, Cigars and Tobacco.We their children to Beelar's School and have been guests at the Monroe House his famous lecture on "Enj oe'l'Ield Styles in Parlor and ''t.fil''v'' :/t,.. ;1 '

"t-I have them continued In their courses the past winter; Miss Imogens attending and the Children," to the Teachers' : : I'

are) *ceart* for tile without change'of boob. Individual Stetson left yesterday to make a class. The lecture waa enthusiastically Room ''fur- fig' ; -
Dining ,
instructions. Correct methods. short stay; at Daytona before returning received. The Directors report that the ;

_Sherwin & Williams Standard Paints Through her" attorneys Yearns to the Cleveland, Ohio home. They enrollment 1s now considerably !larger ". ,.. ..; ".i r.t

lVo Better on the Market Stewart A Bly AI.... T. M. Butler received are delighted/ with DeLand and her than It wa at the middle of the term nlture.- : "a.,: "...1 M it'

c ., ,, ,,, ,' ",800 from the Atlantic Coast people-and expect to return-another last year and .aye that prospects are ""r t Ar4 '? !j fr':' ",,,'
,, ,, .... ........ .. ;'fo: ..,:.1' ', ..J'"bo'Of' .
** for the death of her husband winter. The husband and father Col. ".
_
\ Tryour Cool prink auid'Fine Ice Cream.Prescription an express very good for more than half a hundred ''; '''' '.' ir ,... '" '':'
) :. ,. messenger, In a wreck near Jacksonville H. T. Fisher, Wa too tied down to before the close of the next two wesk., ."

i Pharmacist M_ Butler sued for 110,000..d cosiness to get South this season..., They And this wilt bring the total enrollment ''PboaeNo.63 J'"P .At. ...EN'-; ',\: .Va4: Phi )f;""fi

.Carefully' Corapeuaieteit-- mj, by. Coaapeteat., '. _'. the above amount WM.a'compromise. have been oomlog to Florida every. winter at the University tor the.r retyNaattkaootnark I r t ''' i '- : ; '':'-' ?' ,'.. ,:', "
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: Notice of Application for
--STRIKING IT'A..CH.
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......++. t t t t t ..++++ -+++.. IUIM: a++! In County: Judge's Court, Volusln. Counl'YIIn Bountiful Orange ,Crops

:" ''I. '. e 11I..1.... .f, 0014 U..t.. I_ Guardian's Sale Florida.;
)) ..a..It.. 0.. ...._t R.4 Ro.. .. the R..t ._ the matter of the estate of Mrs. N. A Every soil hns so much growltio; power per

'r tJldlnll poll' D."I""I. :: Stuart deueaaud, acre just is a boiler- has so much liorse-power
! J rsaat Notice Is hereby Riven that tbo under.nlini'il To A. H. Alexanber ol Boresfurd.Volusia per square foot. To 1\" 8a a' )'e.I" .""II'IEI I 'C I Fi n ..will\ save the dyspeptic frnm m rill' of Edith minor Florida John A.' .
,. 3 ""I : "in a n lloncl. a Ponnty.: ; Itankin I ; maximum you must keep the .suppllediwitn\ the necessnry
.:& II III 'h "oq. days ol misery, anil enable hlii t .
'lid 'S. v.iJI .. 'IlIlu''! ae\, will on the twontj-niiilli luy of April, A. Mill Hill, County. North i arollna !- fKrtillslntf-elements., Just as must keep the
a gro eastern whatever" be w\\ bea. They prt' I 11)07) app'y' to the Honorable J. Lee ; Mnirgte H.. liankln John JKnnkln. ana you
,; ( urn tones Its delight! In sutti stories.Lr. Fennsylvanla churches to the descendants McCrory Jnilue of the County Judgo'i bred Itankin, Mooresvllle North Carolina, the boiler supplied with fuel and water. Therefore, UBO,

J/ Whltmnrsh In "TheWorld's Rouiftt: CK HEADACHE. Court' i f VoluBla Countv, /f'1I.rldli. nt l>... Mrs. L. B. Wilson, l Sbelbyvlll Kentucky)
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; :' [and" deHcfltcH bio own :! <: of those who gave the ground ferttonQIIflces. cause the food to adnlmllnto itml. MI 1 and. in aa d ount}., lar nIl onlor. to soil atprivutvsu Mrs Emma It, MoLelland, olmiresvllle,
"I expelfll fW.t but It Is not general ,II .lIab the body, clvelr.oon oppotiU\ i. HIM IntireKtof tup ..nid minor North Carolina: J. K fharr. Charlotte, .
POTASH' '
., i H a fortune Uuutor. At the t\oIU\1t l liulcU kuown that bundreds of owners *f| -ilia minuliettiK! "" und vldad two-nintha North Carolina W IV. 1'ba.rr, 'Newells, <

\." ba writes be wns a youug fol- fomis are under a similar obligation, DEVELOP FLESH Intel.e.t-Iu l tbe loilowltiK real estate North Carolina; Mary Vi Arrowood. ana i : .
ly UK nin1 belnic) In the Lountv of Volusia IJ'. D. Alexander, Charlotte Nortb Carolina .
[w and with his older and iUrperlenee : afi4\. the Cincinnati Commercial Trib and solid muscle. Elegantly SIIK Mini. BtHtff:! of Klnrldu deanrlbnd, as follows ;, Floienoe" A. Keerans I barlotte A maximum yield of oranges .Is' Impossible without a good supply of Potash.

<1 purtucr. Sum was In Autti 1 une. COBted. tow It I 'ibe! west twomlbs of lot North! Carol na I and all other poraons In the soil. A complete fertiliser containing at least of PoTash
10 cent
Take No Substitute. three" mil, I the exat two.fifths uf lot tlnett, interested i per ",
i rulln Miking (or gold. "Bed rose rent" Is yearly paid every blink alx, II blocks, thirty.one, lorUOIIH : Wbere.NII.. : M. Alexander as adminIstiator should be used. 'I/t'!/' '"4% .
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had j.\. O ylHlwJour Unr eapB/1 StiBdajtrln Jnnoity thfi Lutheran I lotty-vlKbt, lots I two and three ofI of the estate of Mrs. N. Al Stuart, We want to send you our free booklet "Orange Culture."< .Wrltl.. for It if

16,01, ,. \Iu1itu&9, eln9S tL.uslar county; HODQKlN'SWagfon I hl..k. .torn'. two and .the punt tlirtif hundred deceased hits'' tiled his petition setting Intereated in (growing orangea. .
Iteformed church leelnl" me tionb two bund ed iitul Illty fu..tol forth that there are debts ,line and owing GERMAN KALI WORKS .
i1eilO an old truck leudlug to some In the Tulpebotkuu lili..ck foity-llve ml iiocorulnjc tolluwrv'a by the estate of the snld Airs. N. A. New York-93 Nassau Street or Atlanta, da.-1224 Candler Building:
woiUliina ueur by aud ou It about sixteen miles west of Reading, niup ol tbe uity of DuLiind on record In the Stuart, deceased and that the personal, '

:fcud picked up a piece of honeycombed and In several I edifices In Lebanon Shop t,tliutt, of thu \h.rk of the Circuit Court oiVolualu property Is insufficient o pay the :
several congregations In Count)'. 1 lorlda.. and that the said Mrs. M. A. tI u.wJ

Jilneral rHI' | ,IIJ ned[ to observe the event, Also lilnc'k lour, lota D lind; K: ol block seized and noes' ssed of tile following! de.soribed .
thought i-jiMyi MU I to .e DeLAND FLA. live, lot b' and the neat twenty f"0t of the811uth real estate Ivlng and being In the
Sum. angn ju | S blot half..riot K, block eight lot E block Count of Volusia. and Hate of Florida. ,

| tuff I fouSa. Itlouka volcimlc." Rom-8 paid on these occasions to rep- Everything: in Wagonx, BugKles/ Carts n I no. lots R, C, D, r'. O, H und I K of blook to-wit: Lot fifteen auooidlng. to AsxCHsor.s
ton, Intu A, B, Innil) Ihe mirth half of lots map. of Beresford on file in the ofllce of
Sam luuguea. .-. '" rpHentntlves or families whose ancestors etc., manufHutured anil, repaired in ui}' .
the riork of the Court of VolusiaCounty
D, U, and II (if bluuK cloven lota A and H Circuit ATLAMTIC COAST LINENew .
"I dou't wonder It puzzfed you soube made such provisions are treasured Shop in the very. bent workm n hii ol blouk twelve all auuordintf! to Hli..h's Florida, prnylng, in und In naidpelll

>," ald. "It's a bit of coke, dropiid as priceless heirlooms, and at known. Only first. ( luxs men einrilojtinnd ..uldillonlo the .,lly "to from a wagon probably." iManbclm they have come from many fli'Ht-ilnaa wotk turned out. I lm fttely In I be i Illue ol fie: clerk of tbe Circuit court court directing to talce into possession
added' to mv p'aot a ol Vi, lual.t "County, FlnrlduAlio as administrator' of the estate tbe
.no threw It hock at me and I care- Bta tell. real, estate hi reinix-lore desoilucdas nonetsot
pssly to pound It between two It Is known to few that more thanJflO tha Went three-fourths of llie nortb- tbe estate for tbe uaymant of debts and

lit a : ...SiiilJisnlg, jma of thahollow years afro l great1 tracts 'of""ffarm west quarter of tile north-rant quarter! of sell tbe enme for snld purpose together
section twenty township xeventeen south with the incidental ohnrnos of Bnlei
I O' erJ\\T 1'1 e-'' land were'sold 'around Rending with range thirty cast. Have and exoeut the fol.OWIIIK Now! therefore, this' is to command. TOU IFAMOUS TRAINSIi
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; n I ape e tel'!, of..dirk the same stlpulatlop.'i! Ittls; I estimated deooribed portion ..nhe same,to-wit. tha sild John \. ""okln. A. 11. Alnxttnclwr. -

(oJ'.., ee ... thaf'Bt least OOOOaerea' of land In ,eirlnuhiff! one hundred lifty feet north of Mrs L, B. Wilson, Mrs Emma R.Moa.elhmd .
the an ''Ih.w..t oorui rand In tbe went lint"' J. R PblirrV.. W I'blirr.I ,
"Well, here's something new, any- Berks are subject because of a clause 1 I' ttie not'IhWfBt quarter of tbe nortli-eaBlquiirter Wary V. Arrowoud' I, F. D Alexitnner,
j ray" I said. In the original deeds to an annual of Beutluii twenty In township I I Florence 1 .A. Keerans' : : t :

.I'. Sam's face changed as be looked at ground, rent of one red rose. seventeen south range thirty east, run Jobn W. Bankin and "'reNu..nkl1."d. [ BII
le stone. He tried the ,green''subS( theme east at riKbt ancles two hundred oilier persons interested, to appear on the
Records of the Berks courthouse :
tllty feet thence north tt\o hundred, ttfty a nil: day of April A D. 1007, at mv o, oein i
i ionce with his knife. It cut like show that many years before Baron feet, 1 ihunoe w..st two bundled, fifty. feet to the Oourt House at DuLand Florida York and .Florida Special

'ax."I' Stlgel! provided for the payment of red the wes. line nfiiesHld thenot aotith on and
Chloride silver!" be cried. "Where rose rent by the church at ManhelmCaspar sume live hundred tllty luet to the place of petitlou should not be granted, if any you
"* *' beginning said. property( belnitsui.Joot' to a have. .
",'.: did you flnd It? .Wlstar sold laud. containing the timber deed given to the! DeLttnd Naval it Is ordered that this citation be pub- I Leaves Jacksonville dailjr: except Sunday 12 : 50

> I showed'him tbVexact spot'arid tie same clause.' "' "res Oompuny( a corporation, the sameb.11I1C llahed In tha Volusia County Itroord, p. m. for all points East.-Solid Pullman : :

;' wildly* scrambled, roundon his-bands Red rose rent Is mentioned In connection of rocoul in Deed Book 41, page 110of a weekly newspaper, for four successive
,', tbe reiords in tbe olllce of the Clerk of weeka.
like it to
and knees. No stone "was
\,J *. ''s with land In Tulpehocken Mar the Vh'uliitOll.t of Volusia. County: Florida Witness my hand and official seal this I

\ be fonnd. lon, Maxatawny, Oley and,other town SHVlii nil the limber thereon standlnn 13l h day ot iLrcu, A. U. 1007. and Florida LimitedDaily
"It doesn't belong here assertedBam. ships. It dates back to 1738 or fallen, fir, a period of twenty years !tom J. I I'.KMcPPOUY.Jndie I! Chicago

"Being round It rolled down the Reformed church Is I j! M 'y 14.1IIOU. of the County Judge's Couit ofVulusiii .
The Tnlpehoeken
x: hilI.' nd tt may'have'rolled'a l 16uf? The nortli-enst quarter of the northwest County Florida.Marshal's.
way." --.-- built on land that Is subject to "one ,COLD TIRh SETTER mirier[ of the nortb-east
'. red rose" quit rent. .The land was fteen, township seventeen south, rangetblo.ty
"It couldn't have come far," said L a. m. for all points West Coach on this train also. .
owned by Caspar Wlstar brass button <3u.n. set your Tires without taking. pant.
pointing to a thick scrub growth. "The went half of tbe nouth-west
manufacturer of Philadelphia The red 'wheels from vehicle. We take out no quartet
i' "That's nothing. The scrub Is perhaps rose rent has been paid to tbe Phlladel-I x>lta, rub no paint or burn your felloes of the utb-uest. quarter. of tha soutu.east Sale it: For rates, Pullman reservations, and all

fifty years old, while the stone 'with hot tire Come and it work quurter ut section ten, towiibhlp seveuteen detailed information call on or write to
descendants of Caspar Wlstar for a sea
hare leen working" down for phla south, range thirty eiet" I Notice/ Is hereby lIven that the undersigned *
.I may some years. The most notable observance j ind yon will never have your Tires set Also, Hn undivided one-balflnl..restlo the John F. Horr Marshal,, for tbe ,...
c' 00,000 years. 'Wo'Il look up thebill" ot aJaln.'l'hankllgou. District Court of the United Hiates for the ... .. Lln.
was In 1002. when thirty tnln"lnlfl] : ISvfi oingat' a stuke in the north w"-rtp -' Aflent Atlalttle > '
FRANK C BOYLESTON
We took a i direct Hue toward the ] for your patronage. in line o tbe south half of north-east quarter Southern District of Klorula, under. and byvfitue I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .
./, summit of the range.' Near :a small prominent Philadelphia Wlstars attended 1 1I he past and hoping a continuum in of friiotto,ittl section twenty.two east ofhe of a "certain execution issued out of
1ST the Ci ." hill with a black, uneven crest -we the services and were paid ihe future I remain St. John's River in township seventeen Southern. District of Flinlda In the case of ....__ .......IM 1JIIoI.MMM...wi>wamMi"i, #iM

i found name more of the peculiar round. red roses In payment of arrears of Yours to serve, south range twe uy-iilne east ultuated at u Ju.epbV.' Norvel as receiver of the First
I rent '! point twenty uhnliiH south ot the north linefsid *
stones."Tender's. SCOTT HODdKINS. Nutlonal Bunk of Florida vs Q. 1 Healy
John described as "a gentle- > neution twent\-two, and thirty-two. will niter lor sale during the leg,.. bouisbf
onr pile,' lad snld Sam Page, and, oiinll> oliainH. nest of the east line otsiiid "
from London" anotber extensive sale at the front door of the court house at The climate of the East Coast of Florida
'" The crest of the small hill proved to man was SIM" lion. txventy-two. running, thpnoe l>eLand in Volusia County, Florida on the

be tile source of,rich specimens.. A few real estate speculator In the Marshal's Sale. south:: 20 dezroua eimt 19.4D: obulns I to tile sixth day of May. A. U 3H07, all Ihe right, is nearer perfection than that of any
SHiil ll\vi thencff f I
tbe meandersol I
colonial He to Notice Is I., illowlng und interest. of U. in and
moments' work with the pick laid binea early period. planned hereby given that tile umlerftlxnvd the liver bank northweaterlv to the estate P. He.ily
'. 'seam of ore seven feet In width. As establish a feudal barony along the Johi" F'. Hon', Mnrahul fur the Jil- of intersection wit a the aloiesiild north point line to the f illowlng described property situated other place on earth. *s> 4anl
trict court ot tb Inlteil btates for tbSoutbern lyhllC and being in Volusia County
I' I live I shall forget the Tulpehocken In 1735.' Every deed of if south bul I of norm-emit" quirter of tbe '
long as never Di trka of ""lul'l lilu, underand by : Stnie ol Florida pai tluularly de.ol'ibe'l I an
1 excitement nnd crazy'joy thnt'I felt. land sold by him contained the red. virtue ol u certain "X I'llilon iHBiU'd out of mild scvtl thu' river aloni
rose clause.Inconveniently. the Ircultc: COllrt ol the Uiutud !blntfu t'ortbu past ((1710 ft ) of Lot Five ((5)) In Section Nineteen
We bad not taken a miner's rlgbt and \\elve' ciiiiitm to the place of beginning.Alrto .
l Southern DiHinct" tt, Hoi" 'Ida In the custi nt' ((111)>) could not legally peg ont a claim. Sum Jane b W. Noi'vil B" reoi,Ivor ol thu First imdixIdtMl'' one-bnlf iiuereHtln lots range iweoty eight ('Ii) past, and the
left me to frunrd our find and stai'ti'd Tall. Nuilunnl. Bunk ot Umliln. vU 1'. Utmly' 'evenly-1'!.,' "i -<,."oily>elKht, seventyninei Noitb twelve hundiel I mid/ thirty tour
for town. That afternoon wns a prloi'1oualy 1- The mayor of one of the communes will' dllur tor axle I duilne Ihe luitul bunranfule i' d one li ,nili.. d nnd, one ot ibe l>upout iX: ((1-Ml) feet of Lot One (I) in Section Thirty
of Augers bad ordered a gamekeeper at tbe front (lour: of the court. biniBB, :: atUeLund Gaudrj Orant.Alxo ((30)), Township 'I'bll'lo"n !south of range

bnppy one I stretched myself and a butcher to take a madman named 11. VoltmU Countv, Plorldii, on the an undivided, two.thirds Interest 'I wentv eight ((28) east.
I.: out nt full length: pulled aiy bat over sixth day (if Mu>, A. U 1IO7. nil the liuhi, In und to Ibe Honth huif of the north,ea t JOHN F HOUR,
to tbe St. Gemluea lunatic
I Legrnnd tm.tu and iiuere-t ot U. f Heuly In nnd U. t S )Marshal
my eyes and built air castle*. In IP"S inartfr' ot the southwe-t fiuurler of section
asylum. On Ute the gamekeeper to tbe toiluoluic dea, llbecl nltun-
way lirdjerl| >
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south
than four hours Sam returned. nA hild, I township seventeen range
noticed that their charge was In one of ted, Ijing und lielng' In v.lunl.i. < ounty, hirty! east.Also .
: walked ten.uille taken out a minor's I btute <.t' Florida, |""rtic.-ulurly ".orlhed HH
his lucid Intervals and concluded that the south east quarter of the nortbensl -
the Huuibrfuot ( ot tuennrthcaflquarter Notice
I" rtaut and procured some tools. Our iiuurier (5 >
be would never consent to I* handed (/it, of 8. anon I WB.HT. (20), Town quurter ol section tblrt-two. township
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/ claim was safe.Thar over to the authorities. It was decided, b>p Ihliieuo (U) a.iutn of ranue nevenieen Suulb range thirty east Notice la hereby given that the undersigned

therefore, to make him drunk, and all fiKnt ((28);) .>mt. i tie nonbeii-t r :vtm; ( ) Alsi ho north bolt of the northwestluuiier has been appointed ancillary executor
FIr: Cimtlair Pretence.While I of Lbe nnrlbwvHt quurtt 1l11 ttt utionl weuiv- of the north-onst dnnrter and the ot \\\'e'\: estate ot Franklin Lee, deceased': ,
onr knrfwlsdje of these thlnics three adjouined to the nearest Inn. Le- lobe ((21), iownuliip I blrtwn (U) l ou'b' ..a..r.four nnil, elirliteen one-hiinilredtb, rhilnsol ( and [ legatees, diatrlhuieea, and allpersons
grand took his liquor kindly. So did the range lwenly-elnbi ((28) euat tbe ai>umuiiHtquarier 'tbe iimtb hall of tbn nortli-weit quuilerof oavincolatma or demnuds aarnlnet
,.. does not exact from us an Independent others. And when the trio arrived at (! tbe undersigned

'. protest against' constantly repeated the asylum tie governor could not !ibirty-nv (;Jfl! ). TcmnHbip Houitren.. I W''ship! seventeen south, range' thirty within two years from this date. or
praise of the qualities of trout and of ((14) l Souiu. ol' runge Iwell'yelgbte2K' ) .asiibe the same will be forever barred.
make bead or tall of their story. He a'Julbwe.1 quuner (J-i) ot tbo nnrth'wmt asDated This February 2 11107.)
; fly costing as a means of taking them ut DeLi'iirl. F'oi' Ida, ;March 2H, 1W7.S. .
I theiefore wired to the mayor: asking quarter (H"fSBcl"uuTbiity, Bixt>l:I JO), GEO. W.
It perhaps adds to the spirit and einphasts ,' him which was the man nbo was to roAiiuuip rnur. veil (14)) b..lib, ol runuetwenty : A. WOOD Guardian 1611.'V. N. tot, IEE'y.

( of our dissent when we are told be detained llie replied, Le- flgbl ((2>4) eu. and part of ibc
nmyor \ a 'Ulb..a.t of the HuilibeiHiiuarlui '
(K)
limner -- --- -- --
that fly cnitlng" for trout Is .the olllyJ grand but thp toll I'U.bIHt[ !) spelled It In (K I..r. Sc'Ctiu.i. Six ((6), liwimhl|

style of*flHhlng worthy of cultivation two ,,'or<1s. "L grind" (the tall one). Kc.ur. "eeu Ul) muib.. runna I w'nly el In.

'. and..that. no other method ought to beundertaken The governor ou cMiiulnlng the three (*.) mat, u. deamlml 1 ir Uuid H 'ik 17; I
|> Ke 8JU, lit ttl>11 1'lllilUl Rxioitm. ol Bainonuiiii '
by a tme flahermnn. This men saw tlmt one was much taller In ttie olUuo ot Ibouluik, of ibeiirouit -
J t Is one of the deplorable fishing sffertntlons than the other*, so he oniplly tluppej court.

and pretenses which the-senxlble him Into a utialt ".ustemut, and sent JOHV V" HOUR.U .

rank and file of the frnternltv ought/\ the other two u\\i\\. '. It wns three days S, Maiahal
tha ftmons Orange Croieii, Pineapple PlantatloniCXO >
.openly to expose and repudiateOnr Ie tAr lipfore the t1::' n'' '.\11' tli"covlrod.! Notice of Application for :Jin Devi Undor I
( nut OroTol and Tegetable Farms of the country tributary to
Irritation Is greatly Increased when we Section 8. Chapter 4dSS! Laws of r
,; recall.the fact that everyone of.these Him Dill. Florida | ODIAN RIVER, 1AKETORTU and BISCATSE BAlan

saperreflued fly casting: dictators when Mr. Misfit. (suvagol}")-Before I muvrted Notice Is hereby clveu: that O r.FiinnlnK.rurohnanr reached from ;ck.onTllle" vU tie

T be'tana ''to allure trout by his moot you was there auy doddering IHX cei titio iU). ,S.i 41)8) tli, 411. ,
.". Idiot dated tbefl>b day ol June, ISU'l.! bUM U'eilaaiil FLORIDA EAST CO AST'RAILWAY.Railway.
scientific casts will chase grasnhopppi gone on yon? Mrs. Miaflt There
certidouto in utllu aud Imx mini, ,
lilt >i.
I 1'', to the' point (ohprofhse perspiration ami, was one. Mr. Mlxnt-I wish to goodness ( uppllui( tlon fir tax deed to I..a. In a.'cord. J1 i s ilS I

turn over logs and stones with fever- you'd married hUn! Mrs. Minflt .&11"" with la... Suit! lurtidnate, enbiaiw, $filf

,;. lab anxiety1"' fluent! "of"'Wortni iinilgrubs. r did.-Los Angeles News. ibe VulUBia fol'"wing I'ounty dcsoilUd, Floilila, iitoperty, tu-witt sltuamin ,

If haply lie can ,with these saver Lot 7, sub of ni of nwi, BBO 24. tp 17 .
handednens, The Joy of life Is Mean $ $ made to all who
himself from empty Neither never fully refillmluntil \ run no 21a i ; i aura. ,

bis One theories nor bis exclmh'.e' [. the blesslug, of freely glvttiK nnd Lot IT, itubof uH of nvi%. uao.. 24, tp 17rai ..

faith In fly casting so develops bis self frftelyreceiving hns been learneilRichmond <\.- ice 2IIe) buy or wear them. In style
Lot 21 and S3, nub of nH of nwK. s.'o.

/., denying heroism that he will turn hlI. 24. tw|> 17a, ranu" <>2lliirhe ease, and durability, Shield Brand Shoes /, 'Foeo i'of".IIUtul'bO I<, "EMt Cout of Florida",Iwet map/ ofPeaiasalar )
back upon fat and lazy trout that; wll, | f .-.;v-,7- ,: i -. ; >ald land being a.acsepilnt the duu
not rise From Graver Cleveland's"Fishing with of rbe iajuarcM of such certificate In tb< toe the mark of perfection. Florida, and other Information, addreasJ.
( .
J and Shooting Sketches." nsure us.fsjow name of Dnnlul Wilson, Ai yndurn m 80LD BY RBL.IAB1.C B. PABBOTT, /.P.BECKWITH, ;J.D.t..HSEB,
and Millie Huubiird. Unlpm mildcertificate ; MBRCHr\jNT8! ,_ONL'V /....r-. '.* _...><.'. Tnfli...>.... A.fi...A.
\ }' ; Js the .tl me. ,- i iSpot ahull, be redcoinpil, auuurdiox> '' *
I. "'I M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers.PENT ST.ACGl8TINE, FLt..
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C.IP'atal.t1n.! BI.mare. law lax deed will UHIIU, tb reon ou tba 2lr l ,

When Prince Bismarck was eighty cash for losses.LJBhould day of April ltK>7wltnens ATLANTA. ,QA.

/ years old he received an Immense number "my otticlnl signature nnil seal. -.-.-----c -._-.._-.._-'.-.__ -_..-- -_-----._ -"-,.._-
be tb.alba 22d day of Ala cb, D. 1U07.SAMLL ,
of congratulatory birthday messages protected j. ;
< IOhl>AN.

by: wire and post.at The staff of J R you Insured ? Clerk Circuit Court Volnata county (Via DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Hoyelty'WortsJ.

the tiny postofflce Frledrlchsruhwa Notice of Application for Tax. Deed Under
., raised to thirty officials for the .
E ve'ry comp rly reliable. Section 8. Chapter 4888 Laws of
T. OAIRNS Hropr I ; and Manager.LUMBER.
... birthday week while the telegraphers Florida. \ .
; bad at their disposal five direct wires Notlco is hereby given that L, E. St John, rl'i'
does (
and four to .FromUarch Wh n your policy expire purcbwer of tax. certltttntx So. DRESSED
to Hamburg < Berlin. fill /
25 to April 1 the number\ telegrams .'' ,1 1 J'I) .. i ', dated tbe 3rd day uf Jutv, 1000. baa filed IS *LL IT WILL COST YOU

received from \a\ your policy In force ? aid I oer' .I itluttte l in m'J e and bas madeapplication I a to ...rlt. for onr bl.* PKEB BICKCLB catalogue VXD HOUGH .
gradually rose lor 102 to 4,122.with 12&268 words During f elepbone number sixteen, with law Said. tertlUaute embraces BlCYCTLfcS; TIKES ami: 8VNDRIESAtJPIU"U. '
Celling Floorlns', Sldingr Turnlng.-Scroll Sawlng..viouldine' Window anadoor
,
BELOW other manufacturer ,
be; dosorllied tltuatedin any or dealer'in tha world.
following
the whole period close upJjnT 12.000 property
Frames Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns etc.,
telegrams, aggregating nearly half a HON INSURANCE AGENCY Volimla county. Florida. towlttJK DO NOT BUY A BICYCLED:".,-= ,
\ of sK of IlJi of lot 8. sec 2, tp 10 s, l.ta101l"no. : Shedding for Groves and Pineries. fiT Crates and Box Material a specialty
million words, were received and for r 80 ei ft acres or on any. iHuittrating kind of terms and,until describing TOO haw every received kind of our nigh-grade complete: and Vra low-grad* *- Contracts taken for.the erection any kind ot a building

warded. In, tbe.same, period there arrived U".will flndu! at; Tb laid land, being aaeeaed. at the date. bicycles, old pattern*and lateat model.. ,and learn or remitrkable( Low '
8TO ordinary' parcels, "223 JreglfHtered of tba Issuance of euub cerUnYate In tbe KlC.bS: and wonder n.w..era made poiwiblo by clUng from factory DEL Nt) ') Fl .ORIDA.
name of L. K!:. St. J<>bo. (Idless said oertlfloate direct to rider with na mlddlemen'ep,01ita.
parcels, 805 registered letters and Stetson and DeLar.d.Feny shall be reiltjemed according to law WE SHIP ON APPTOYAL without a cent 114".,7. Fa?th*Freight and
about letters nllow 1O luy tree, 'ArtiUand mnke other liberal terms which other -- -
480,000 ordinary and book tax deed will issue tnereou on tbe 3d day no
.house in the world will do. You will learn everything and get much valu
post consignments. The only telegrams of A"I'll. 1907.Witness .information by limply writing ttti. .....IaL
to which Immediate answer was necessary my official signature and] ieal We need a Rldar* Apttnt town an opportunity
this tbo 1st day of SI arch, 1007.ISBAL to make money to eu.tabie J J'i.'t.; ryd.1"ono.r
were those from royalties. The Seed* ] BAM'L I). JORDAN,

only other so honored was one from" n r cnl Ate,but not wl>aq h proper cxperl-cuvatlon Cler.ttJll'C'ult Court Volusia county Fla. $3.50 PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES ? BOld Lumber.OmpaQYl

,school children England. theyaMure mvccmmt ]
from the atart. Uflera have no Notice of Citation.In ROflula o 4
Idoqhta at plantlns' nor dtinpat > 8 0 .
Jf A B_ lav HUaMM>l
In Washington Gav. the first town? In By the County Judge of aald. Cou nty i ToWo Int.oduo Will Soft )l NAILS TACKS ,. j, ., ,'- at DeLand with best cypreua and yellow pin* *.

America named tor the Fattier of His VVoerean, I S mean l SwenllerKer applied to '
You N'TL\H y.
Samiifa
a
tbls Ciiurt for Letter of AilnilnlRtraiton on .ti :Lumber :
lived General Robert Toorabu ); Flooring CellingMouldings
Country: tha Estate of Herman O. Swenlforser, Pain lop tiy OUT Till! AlII ;_ "
._of the brilliant-tights-of hospitality decnaaed. late of said. County of Voluala. (CASH WITH ORDCR 14,815) > !I1; t.-:!, ,

In a-country-where-social !Instinct-Is' These are tberefore. to cite and admonish NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. ij" ,, -:;;!! Etc

i second nature: 'A committee once waited amousforoverjnyears. sll and singular tbe kindred and creditors Result of 13 years experience in tire. Sbingles, atbsl,
l O7I eed AfietmaJv of said deoeasad to be anu appear before making. No dan '..r from THORNS CACTUS. '
'. on General' Toombs to consult blui frae on request. AD. this Court on or before tbe &nd day of PINS. NA8US.. TACKS or CLASS. N tI th .hl Ir bt>e..... ... All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered y
bout erecting hotel Id the town'saythe : "A" and atrlpa *!*' .
M. rfMftV Jt CO April A. V. IWtt, ami Hie objections if anf puncture the -
anther l efDUle After the Wal'!"-.* OvtroR,Mloh.6O they have, to tbe granting letters aforesaid, Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts' sou and to hU.. Kino rim atrip This"U" t'owhereJI1; cliy. = o :, '* i
be viIIPnnl/eJ! like any other tire. prevent rim outtlny.
otherwise the will be
'; "We) nave no need of one" said Genml prayed.Witnes. a ame granted ss Two HumireiMhousand pairs now In dual u... Over. ttr'' will outtnut. ny otherrnuke
MOFT. KM1UINO. Bi>4
Toombs simply, ,"Wbe, respectaW -. my name. County Judge of the Seventy-live\ Thousand pairs! told last year.OfSORIfTWHi 11).11) : ( -
people) corns herethey'tfim'stayntny County aforesaid this *)rd day of March ---- -- ---- -- --- -----
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3" Made In all sizes." It It lively and easy riding, very durable and lined iniiidewuh
,honse.: If they sr not respectable YEARS* 190I7 a Hpccial. quality of rubber,which never becomes porou*and which: closea up small puncturea
Je --r: j. LEE;, HOCBORT, without aUowlnff the air to escape. We) have)bun lretla of lettera from aatlafled customera statins
; ,-w. do- not want. them at alL"-Tontb's.Couipanloa. EXPERIENCE County Judge. Ihol their tireatiiiveonly been pumped uponcecr 1..11.10.: whole acason* They... ao mGra Ih...
." *" an ordinary tire, the puncture rO.I'lln q""lIl1e belnllCven/ by..veral. I..yer..elfh thlD, Malsby 'Machinery Co.

or" ."" ,,;' 1"'JI" '" '- F or prepared soft :;.tI'G.' .on overcomi the tre:'fy; "* :t ;:::"tI.lf.! .. r ,:::: t ::'d-:: :: D. ref'l.:1: : !: ni"Dlstal'iCe' Phone" .

..if' [ ; Ii, 'JPQtQ yonrydebt* .te an expensive We promptly obtain IT.It.and Forelirn lIIi..e.. oul belweeo the U...nd .ha roullllU.mJDW aliluction. Th. r"llulnr pricer or the.. t J ck Q iJl 'Fla.
'''. tire*is PC'pair,but for advertLBiiia; are makinv a special' factonrpric.'to'htt rider .
',. wmy of getting commerela]eredlfbut of onlv t..t. per pair. All ordira ;: J'.r.drre::: : la received Wa ahipCO. .D. on approval. 574 '
u .. 'tIDJeM yon are rlcn Ofi about the only1' :You do not pay a cent until you have examiued and found them atrictly aa reprcaented.. ; OCgAN STRBBTStafoAgent
to We will allow a osmh.-llnoonnft of 5 tier cent(thereby maklriirthtt price 04 aa pet If yoa en4
:'J' \! i" r 'I TUD. MAltA. PATENTS TVLli OA4H WITH OKDt.lt.: and enuloaa this j atlveniMment. .. Mnif:: one Blckel for the
':_ ... '" '- '1 plated brasa hand pump aud two Bampnon metal puncture clowra on foil paid ordera(thesa metal
) .. DttaleN. puiicturc closer* to Muaed in ease of intentional knlf cutor heavy gaahea)..Tine to bcraturaeitU Celebrated Olds
,. rJ..PneJr. ;r; OO"VIIIGNT..0. <>UK expense If for any reason they are nut satisfactory on examination. A.JAXCeptei
,! A8dl. '..k..l..d. d_ :"kJn..", Bond modaliiieto.U or piiot>of inveptlco for1fce We are! perfectly reliable. and money sent to na la aa aafe aaia* a bank. Ajlc your. Poatfpantetlanker. / Crank I Gasoline Engine
t STdR l ) !laIG.IY_IO. 0.'op'n.._... tr.. .. ..__ I IIn..lttlon report on EjtantabUlt _For fi book, i Express or Frelffht Agent dr the Editor af Ahla paper aboni ua. If :poll order pair 0' ;
I. "" .b..bly p HANDBuOK CGmmanl.... P..taI. hem tlrev, you will find that they will ride easier,run farter, wear bctcer, taut longer and look ENGINE t. .
t- tk".rtotJ5na..trtol.for""""r '" tner than any tire you have ever uaed or seen at any price**We know that you will ba ao well pleased
b !! eo."SdtIOIlC hut when you want a bicycle you will give ua yc-nr' order.. Wa want you to acad us, tt.amall trial
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J I JW Jafaata u4 CI : SMefal-nAtlM., w1tno.t, aaanra:,la in* rder at ouce,, hence this remarkable tire offer. T '" ;"Lprlceacaanted Portable and Stationary Enirines arid\ Boilers'Woods! and
\ I ..., .. b..l\t.a_ ..I"" &addle.. an411I1.... an4"UH Working Machinery
y ,, &--. ........ jmKrkatfeimalr CASNOWHiisur oft. ..rn..r.aI'8Hn.Blr......o' nerytblnw In the b1 Cle line pod.are ..",ld JItIrb by..1 h.lI.b....ua& Saw Mills made In seven sizes, Friction B'eed. Cable LightningJHg, Patent ,i. '

; ;\ : by dealere.and repair men.i Write for.oua:kig BUNDBTcataloirne. cn Chain Bet Works and Improved Dogt... Aja Center prank Engines are constructed '
".. IthiftraMI _' Jftnt 01110" l"ut wrU. po.tai JDO NOT THINK ov noTtwo a
n with special reference to the Vorlc
''' .- ...,.... ffmmaX NOT WAIT special requfred of them: This
iW.t\ UU oleyele' or m polv of tlrea*fromV'aiiyon* until yon know tna new and
'r'I .,!'r,1. ifmtyOS h. iia or.H.r! ; U S.rJATEHT OFFirEWA wonderful oft...w._...Idnfl" Jt only _a_tal""' ..........., UI\uj.\ .Wrlte 1&.OW. combination of engine and mill makes the best n&w mill outflt on earth. Sold

: i'l"' ,_. I__ Orl SHIN CTON O-C. on liberal ,term*. -Writ*,.for..Illustrated tOOT catlor. and'prices;"Oorr/pleto.
( '' w&zzzw HEAD CYCLE _COMPANY, !.. tt.J. L"'DHICAM, ILL line carried la stock for Immediate shipment. .
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