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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: May 3, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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'9. \ VKSSKLB .OF ILL LUCK capturing merchantmen; some of which
she burned and some of which sue

:" ---- sent buck with prize crews to the United .

': 8IHAIMG6; loA fa OF THE THREE 8HIH8 Stilt..

'1\ NAMED WASP. 'On' Oct. 0, 1814 the Wasp wax spoken fNGLANDSAYSNO

-- by the Swedlnu bark Adonis belug

Two of Them Involved In On. of the then: lu latitude 13.35: : north, longitude

[WON Curluitu Colnvlt riiv..ii of .be 80.10Ve.t., or well to the westward of
the Cape de Verde Island. After
firn-1 liv UlnuHtrooH Carer of 111*
Old fr'rlicol CLe..pcak.. speaking the bark and taking on 1 board ALUM
10; Infants and Children. two Aruui'lcan officers who wore pus-
I- "Do (relieve In lucky : *
you ships sengI' on the Adonis the \Vu puiiicle
Catorto f'- A harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric linked the piiyuuiHter an the oHU-ern of sail In the direction, of the equator' r 7
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Plcannnt. It wardroom prepared for their after
.nd from that hour to this no mortal
iatr
contains Morphine other :NarcotloHubstance.
neither Opium. nor
and FeverlHlmeng. dinner talk. eye bus ever soeu hurl; no 1 bit of wreckage
It destroys Worms allays
It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves TeethIng "Well, I do not know but I do" answered has even been picked up which IN fOOD r

Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the the first lieutenant "There are I might give a clew to her fete In fact I

Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Home ships lu the navy now-one especially she vanished ns completely and a.. .

The Children's) Panacea-The Blather's Friend. an you all know-tliat do' mysteriously from the face of the waters

The Kind You Have seem to be hoodooed. But us It would as did the other Wasp ]In and France the
Always Bought England Sale
be treason to mention tbem by inline, "That these two vessels should at 7

i Bears the Signature of we wou't But there's no harm In I the same time have met a similar fute of Alum Baking Powder is pro r
..- speaking about old time unlucky ships. i -and such a fate-Is one of ''tuono Coincidences

'There' was the Cbeaapeake.. She : to be Impressed with which hibited by law because of the injurious

was such an unlucky frigate that It ; a man does not have to be very superstitious
effects that follow its
was bard work to get a crew for her, There In n fascination In let use. ,

null she was a good ship too. ting a grewsoine fancy rantre and picture n'
The law in the District of '
.. I fO "She begun her career with that din These two \''OMP'' meeting somewhere 9 .

graceful affair with the British frigate on a lonely sea those two .Columbia also prohibits Alum ain
In Use For Over 30 Years. '
Leopard. Although England and the I alone-and fighting each other until no
. ......'NnU .0........, n ..U ....T ..... ,.."' ....... 0"'. United States, were at peace the Leopard -, vestige of either remained to tell the food.

held her up off the coast, poured tale, or perhaps some other strange

brondnlde after broadside Into her fate overtook them. and caught In the 'You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum

. and ducally took from her some American endless! eddies of the Sargasso Ben.
S. I )... professional FAIR PLAY.A sailors claiming that they were those two Weeps are even now floating The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powder? is Co. ,

'- British subjects. And the Chesapeakewas side\( by side from the gaff of one

W. PERKINS Plea That !. Renp'eoted br Almost In such condition and her preparation drooping the moldering shreds. of the i
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All n. of M0n.
for battle was so bad that she red cross of England and from the

ATTORNEY and COUN3ELOR-AT- There Is an appeal to which nearly offered scarcely any resistance. other a few shreds of what were once
LAW all 'cla ees of men give liui-d-let ux "A' fter that everything went wrong the stars and stripes. Say p/ainlJl. .

have fair piny. You may mldress a with her, and Lawrence, when he was "Very pretty Idea," said the paymaster i
D Land, Florida. schoolful of mischievous 1 boys on the ordered to go to Boston and take com "and much moro ropaantle .

Will Practice. In State and Federal beauties of goodness, on the*evils of mand of her Just before her fight with than to simply suppose that they were

Courts cruelty or harshness to their fellows the Shannon was so Impressed with both capsized and went'down with all
and they will laugh at you. ExhOL.tatlolls the fact that the ship was hoodooed hands" '

CJTEWAUT: ; ELY to avoid any abstract evil or that he tried his best to get his orders. 'ROUA'LBAKING
air "But If they had so capsized, retorted ,
wrong and appeals to follow any changed. When be sailed out to light
the first lieutenant, "would It I
ATTOHNE.YS-AT-LA struct virtue will seem hazy to almost the Shannon so short was he of men
not have been likely that some bit of
collection of ordinary, healthy and
any that he bad to Impress men on the
Office In Bank Building DELAND. lusty young boys but If their sense of dock just before sailing and the disastrous wreckage some boat or piece of a "" ROYAL is made from Absolutely] pure Cream of Tartar.-a pure Grape
Branch office over Postofflce.DAYTON fair play be addressed there Is a ready outcome of that battle off boat something about the decks

response. Boston Is a matter of history. should have been left floating about product. Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness] of food.

- Cary D. Landl Bert Fish Go among a crowd of wharfingers or "Although the Chesapeake was In for other ships to pick up and thus

LANDIS & FISH longshoremen or the roughest and most such good condition when the British !give a clew to their fate? If It had
\ reckless sailors who have neither been only one ship the wonder would
her tookher
captured that they easily .
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- home nor principles of any sort and Into port, and although when they not have been so great, but here were --- ,
AT-LAW talk to them of the things of the heador two good sized men-of-war both last Letter to Fudger & Clarkson.
her she of tbk finest
fixed
was one
up IMITATION thorn. They're only cnst out au"rthe"vo
of the henrt, and they will think ANTIQUESTHE
vesselsin
In the track of merchant
DeLand Florida frigates afloat she was all the time eeen had bonfire over them In my DeLand Fla.
that are a harmless but quite futile -
L you well seas and both drop-
Will Practice In State and Federal from crankdom. to Sir If should bake bread
specimen Try : you
Courts. admlrallty declined to send her to sea ping off the face of the waters almost WAY CABINETMAKERS CAN COPY and look! right enough don't they?"
awaken In them a horror of the brutality that like better than
Special facilities for examining and any more and sold her to a Hampshire simultaneously and not a vestige of ANCIENT FURNITURE. 1 admitted! that they did. flinching a people any other
perfecting land titlesMcCRORY of their usual life, speak In moving miller who broke her up and made a either ever seen-picked up-and both lilt though\ at the adjective he used."There's and at less cost by the day you'd havea
the force and of kindness
terms of
beauty
or of virtue or of attributeof windmill of her. Whether he pros- named the Wasp and both sailing out Curious In.ld. Information Thai WMGltmnxl a regular trade between the pretty-good business wouldn't you'
any
J L. a polite and civilized society and pered after that or not I do not know. of a Portsmouth as their last home" b r an la..I.......* visitor manufacturers of faked antiques and We have just such a business aa that

way of life and you will I be soliciting but I should not be at all surprised If port to the port of Abe missing Wasps. at a Little Shop In aa Bnaillik the country dealers-more than with In paint; a gallon goes further than any
should bow that be "Well," said the captain of the marines the London Why? Well the '
L::. ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand the wind. talking to a statue shouting Investigation Country Village. ones other gallon of paint in the countrythat's ':
foiled the next "the of the two Wasps was manufacturers. have discovered thatpeopll'
in the desert. But lu the most uncouth I year. case bread at less cost by the day; bnt
of the sort Sober he Is one of the most Interesting the districtsnow
Into
"Then there the country
was "Wasp. the most extraordinary one go
Florida. assemblage and In the vilest haunt In the difference Isn't so small ao It is in
I naval annals but men I know Unfortunately he bunting for antiques. They think
the English speaking world mention "The first Wasp was an eight gun I think, recorded in bread. And
schooner purchased at the outbreak of there have been many other ships Is sober only three day. a week. WhenI the things they pick up there must be a job wears longer-that'
Wright! fair and found
Silai R, Wright, S. B. T. play your argument bread at less cost by the : Peeple
and plea on that bnsU, and the the Revolution-a merchant schooner some of them men-of-war too which ask him the reason he merely says genuine. :The simple countryman In- year
BRIGHT & WRIGHT, effect your Is lustunt and elo'lueut.-Phlla- made over Into a man-of-war. She was have sailed from port and never been be doesn't know Yesterday when I Hplrea confidence. There's nothing hate to paint; it costs money to paint;

ATTORNEY8ATLAW. delphia Ledger. not practically suited for the work and seen by mortal eyes after they passedout !Walked Into the laboratory at the back hardly that can't be Imitated" he wenton. and they hate tbe fuss. They like our

PUBLIC after n short career of no especial) brilliancy beyond the harbor's moutb. of his little village shop be was a Band "It's merely a question of time bread by tbe year. ,
NOTARIES and skill of cO\1rso-anll It's only by If bread Is better than .
,
was dropped from the navy list. "There was the thirty-six gun frigate of Hope epitomized. your .nybody.else's.
u.::1.-H at Telegraph Office. Somehow things had never seemed to Insurgent captured In our little war "There's something you'll like," be accident or talking as I'm doing that and costs less: too, you've got.

DHi AND, FLORIDA.J go right with her while she was piny- with France and taken Into our navy. aal(, Indicating a small bureau old tbe fant's discovered But when a man good trade; for people do like good bread;

lag man-of-war. But the name was "In July, 1800 manned by a crew of Spanish mahogany within new satinwood knows he cilia take In an expert It's and people like money,( ,It doesn't take
E. ALEXANDER difficult for him to keep it to himself
COMMON SENSE too good a one-too suggestive a onto 400 men under Captain Patrick Fletcher veneer-so far unpolishedwithout. long; to find-out; give 'em time
of
-that Is, If he's got a sense humor
Le most I intelligent people to use only be lost, and whom the war of 1812 the Insurgent sailed from Philadelphia The veneer was Inlaid with ebony Do think that Syrian gold work But you can't bake better-'han'an1.

ATTORN. AT-LAW. medldlne* of nown composition. There broke out we find that the United under orders to cruise off the lines and klngwood bands. The accuracy they you bad at the Louvre would have body-elae's bread for half the usual price

.: fore ft li thai Dr. Plerce's medicines the States had another Wasp, this time an coast In the track of merchantmen going of the Jointing was wonderful If for a breakfast can yon!
( t been known aa a forgery somebody .
Office t brush Block. mtken4qf w&Ich print every Ingredient eighteen gun sloop of war. And I will from the West Indies to France. the finish perfect Devoe such that 'The
hadn't talked? No, Indeed! There' is just paint a* ;
DeLand, Florida. .nterlngkUolhem upon the bottle wrapper explain to my civilian friend over there From the time that that splendid frIg- "You must come In again when I've think it'e price by the gallon or loaf ia no matter.
and Federal china now. People always
in State
nli1 Practice attWl ,
and Itscorl'ectneJlundero.t.h. the
Court that a sloop of war, paradoxical as it ate passed out by the capes of stained and polished I"" he went on nbove suspicion, but just look at Count by the day week month year
are dally grwlng in favor. The composition you
of. D Plel'cs'a medicines I 1s open. may seem Is by no means a sloop. A Chesapeake to this day no word of her "and then you'll think It one of the those two china rows on the shelf lifetime. Devoe la the bread. We hope

DK.'.G. A. ''DAVIS. In v rvhndvVDr., Pltrgq being "eliI' u.- sloop. of war Is, In general terms, under has ever come back though she went best Queen Anne pieces extant" Uiere. One's genuine old Stafford. The yours id aa good.

\. of hiLVlnr thft aparrli light or ii at a. the old classification of the navy, a to cruise" In a sea swarming with ship "Don't your customers ever find you other Isn't. Can you tell the difference ,,Yours truly

r PHYSICIAN: SURGEON n turned fully u oft hit formu a n !man-of-war carrying all her guns on ping. out?" I axked. ?" 24 F. \y DEVOE &.Co.

.. DELAND. ,i FLORIDA. can pn t er tjcqr 0 one deck and not only could be but "And T would add to the list of those "Lord no sir! When you've pulled I used a pocket magnifying glass G. W. Fisher sell our paint..

Office at residence Indiana avenue c et t now t e or frequently was, a full rigged ship. The American men-of-war which have seventeenth century furniture to piecesall this time, but at the end of several
Court House.! IIr v r a 0 old sloops of of the beginning of shared the fate of the two Wasps and minutes I to the conclusion that ,
e1nl wholly made of the active war your life and learned the things the came I J
n IP
OMce Hours: 9 to 13.8 to 4, and 7 to 8. me lclnil principle extracted'from native the last century used to carry every- the Insurgent remarked corvet Saratoga a lieutenant and, tenona and mortises and the finish tell they were Identical and said so. The Cause of Many,
"the
forest roots, by exact processes where from eighteen to thirty gun eighteen gun you. It's easy enough to get the right "I gave' one and nine for the Imitation I
\RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE. M. D. original with Dr. Pierce and without the aiM were to the old navy what the second the The fourteen gun sailed brig Pickering.from Philadelphia effect The public hasn't any Judgment one but I can't tell which now," Sudden Deaths.
use of a drop of alcohol trIple-reQned and class cruiser Is to the navy of to Saratoga be admitted. '
early In October of 1780 and off and, for that matter many of There la a disease prevailing In this
chemically pure glycerine being used Instead ?'*
SURGEON. "And tbe selling price I inquired.
PHYSICIAN several which the London dealers aren't much bet- country moat dangerous because so dacep.
In extracting and preserving the day."Well the coast took prizes,
"Six One ,
each. of
when guineas them'sworth "
the sloop of war Wasp tlva.
curative virtues residing m the roots the appearance of a British ship of the ter. Many sudden
Office on Eadt New York Avenue employed, these medicines are entirelyfree the second war with England broke line forced her to abandon. She was "But this veneer-so very new" I that. After all. It doesn't really deaths are caused by
DELAND. FLORIDA. She at matter, for there's no difference between It-heart disease,
from the objection of doing harm out was In European waters. then off the cape. of Delaware, but hazarded.: "
by creating an appetite for either al> once returned to the United States refitted she made no port. From the time she ".\h. wait until you see It toned down them Intrln lcally. London pneumonia, hurt

DR. A. 8. MUNSON. drugs.cohollo Examine beverages the or formula habit on forming their and started on a cruise after the was seen hurrying away from the British and the drawers fitted with a set of MaiL -- ----- -- J I allure are. often or the apoplexy result

bottle wrappers-the same as sworn to by enemy's merchant fleets coming up ship of the line till now she ban old Boule handles and scutcheons I've Aa..llo T.mp..m.at."JIe I of kidney disease. If

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Dr. Pierce and you will find that his from the West Indies. Soon after leav. never been sighted. There was a gale got by me and a few little dents hammered Is good natured. Is he?" I I kidney trouble la .)-,
Golden Medical Discovery the great ing port she ran Into a hurricane and the following day but the Saratoga here and there especially about I lowed to advance the
"Good !
natured Why I have knows I
Office. Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug bbood-purlfer, stomach tonic and bowelregulatorthe lost her Jib boom and two men on It had often weathered gales of more the feet where they get kicked. ? w kldnjr-palon-4.
I that man to wear a smiling face when .
. c Store. medicine which while not But her bad luck let up a bit, and power and no piece of wreckage from You'll not know It then. See that lit- ., blood will attack the'
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OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m. 3 to 5 he was speaking of taking off a porous -
!: ; vial:
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or 3
recommended to consumption In Its h organ
cure she captured the British corvet Frolic her was ever washed ashore on tbe tle black knot I've left on the face of --'
and 7 to 8 p. m. plaster. kidneys themselves break down and >,,aat*
advanced stages(no medicine will do that) >
which she last ? That knot would __
DeLand Florida. after a brilliant action. coast! near was seen the third drawer .
by cell. 1
dot our all those catarrhal conditions ,
yet luck of the Wasp was only "The Pickering left port a month In all Wordour street. .war.cell
"But the take trouble most remit from'a
of head and th'roat, weak stomach, A civil guest will no more talk all always
DR. JOHN REEVE, torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak lifting her up a little to cast her down after the Insurgent under orders to He Is always frank with me about than eat, all the feast-Herbert. derangement of the kidney and a curs \la

lungs and bang-on-coughs, which, If neg" harder. Scarcely had she taken possession cruise In the vicinity of Guadeloupe. his fakes He seems to ,take a prideIn obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
lected. or badly treated lead up to and of her prlxe when down came Sbe sailed to the same port as the two being able to deceive a trained eye the kidneys' If you are let'.lag: badly'you'
JYSICIAN AND
SURGEON finally terminate In consumption.Take bin All who may be going North daring can make no mistake by taking Dr. Khmer'sSwampRoot
the British line of battle ship Polctlers Wasps, the Insurgent and the Saratoga and a satisfaction In explaining
"Golden Medical
the Discovery the coming months will aonbtles\ be '
Once in store recently occupied by en Mine and It Is not likely to disappoint and took victor and vanquished Into for she was never sighted after she dexterity. pleased to learn that tbe "Frisco" *y* the. great' kidney. liver- &04"bladder
remedy.
Mellettc. 408 West If only It a thOl"01Jlh and of Brit passed out beyond the capes of the the bureau and began examin- L
Dr. Residence / you :you give! : i her possession. A prlxe crew I left tern of railways bus arranged for an independent It corrects Inability to hold urine and cald-
New York Ave.DeLand. fair won't trial.do supernatural Don t expect things.miracles.You must It ishers took the Wasp to England Chesapeake. ing a hoary. looking oak settle gray steamship service from Ploy Ing pain In passing It: and overcomes that'

j, >-' Florida. exercise your patience and persevere! In Its where they refitted her and took her "These surely are mysteries of the with age 1 ids\ to New York to tight the. Steamship unpleasant necessity of being compelled togo

H..D. BRACEY. use for a reasonable length of time to get I into the British navy. great deep" said tbe doctor "and we "Looks ancient doesn't It?" he ob Trot recently formed. This is the opportnnlty often during the day and to get up many

: I JR. Its full benefits. The Ingredients of whichDr. "In the spring of 1814 the Wasp flyIng who do our work upon Its waters can served. for Florldlans. to. assist in time* during the night. The mild and the
Pierce's medicines are composed) have of St. George not but stand In more or less awe of "Looks!" I wondered. "Surely ''it.. keeping up competition.' Tbe regular extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root I Ie scour
the red cross ensign
r the nhnnallfled endorsement of scores of Havana steamer will call for' Florida
realized. It stands the for Its
DENTIST. them. If the uudevout astronomer Is highest wonderful
" =- medical leaders-better than any amount : sailed out from the harbor of Ports. genuine for New 'York. Specially
mad. as the poet Young avers then shook head with wise old passengers cures of the moil distressing' eases.
of lay, or non-professional, testimonials. mouth England. She was sighted passbig He his a and
Office:' First door west of Bank. They, are not given away to be experimented of the channel, surely the sailor free from all superstition mile. "If as genuine aa dilute nitric low rates for this spring sainmer. Swamp-Root I* pleasant to take and sold 4
with but are sold by all dealers la out of:the chops Service strictly first class. Call on, or by all druggists In fifty-cent and one-dollar
1M DeLan Florida. medicines at reasonable prices.ALFRED and from that day to this there have Is not a normal being and. I believe acid can make It. Ob. you needn't go address Professor G. P. Carson De- sized bottle. You may'

come no tidings of her fate. She sailed also a mighty poor sailor. Let by the panels They're purposelywarped Land Flu." I have a sample bottle of .
j MAGI away stanch taut and trim well found us Imagine that all those American with hot ammonia. The sun this wonderful new dl-1. ..

t. ,. HOWARD, and seaworthy as American and BritIsh men-of-war which have sailed forth and rain do, the rest-bleach It, yon cover)'and a book that ,
"\ 1 'J;:, :A. M.GOODMAN. M. D. SURVEYOR AND DRAFTSMAN. nklll could make her. No hostile and never returned are still somewhere know.? What Oar Reporter Saw !. New York. tall *11 about It, both ......er___. "

GOODMAN ship sank her with Its guns.' no great afloat In the Sargasso sea, If you will "But the carving" 1 argued. "IVu 'A recent visit to 'one of the'largest sent free by mall. Address Or.Ki mar Co.,

", .. MISS MAUD storm passed over that part of the urn the first lieutenant has, suggestedas 1 almost effaced, In places... paint factories in the world. disclosed Binghamton. N. Y. When 'writing nMtiuooiroadlng #
;, --. Mapping a Specialty a final for the two Wasps. And half hour with machinery that was producing 10.000 this generous offer la this ppr.Don't .
port
ocean at,that time, yet she never returned "It would be after an gallons of Paint, and -doing it better .
'r; '+t 521 WOODLAWN BouLEVARD MICHIGAN DEL FLA I to port.; No piece of wreckage would It not be a pretty superstitionto a sand blast, a little thing of my own and In lees time than 100 gallons. could make any ml.talce,but!remember
: AVENUE
'... COUNTY'' ABSTRACT ND" belonging to her was ever seen, and no start-perhaps, for all I know. It contrivance. .The worm holea I make be made by hand mixing." the 8vamp-IUotiDr..Kll> : *[

VOLUSIA INVESTMENT: and TITLE INSURANCE -, tidings of her mysterious fata ever baa already bten started by our friend with a very fine punch. .Beginners. use .This was the celebrated L. & M. Paint. mer's SwampRoBtoffhamtotk ....au4,the, !Isddress'' n

n i r COMPANY. came back. before the mast-would It .not be a hot, but that's a clumsy way Of The L. & M. Zino harden L. & M. N on every hot .
lJ.
, i, -. V.. ".. VOORHIS ""Meantime the United State had pretty fancy, I say to think that Just course! the timber It's made of are old. White Lead and makes L. & M. Paint >- f1.....; :.

" "" Bert Fish Cary 1>. Landle.President ,built a neWt Wasp and about the same aa the old legend of England was that They are bits of 'Charl.a I. table wear)Ih iron for 10 to 15 ysan. T '. '. Vr I II II

Sec y.and Treas.! Dentist ''time that tIle old Wasp sailed out of some day Arthur' and his' knight mostly The hinges are ordinary trade 4 gallons L & M. mixed with 8li(gallons Election Notice. "
. 1L ;-...". t 4 j! Portsmouth, England, under British should come! ..again to rescue EnglandIn .copies! that have lain to'' th. 'wet,all Linseed' Oil! make. '7' gallon of paint at i : "I-t&

Titles Insured. P.. O. Block,. DeLand, Fla* :'color* to 'm et'her 'mysterious' doom her direst need some day. In tbe summer and got nicely rusted and If .k ocelot 1 less than $l.gU per gallon I II '. 'Notice?'* hereby'giventhai'thV; Anno -'*
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..' Abstract furnished and title perfect the new Wasp. under American colors hour'of' America's greatest' need 'all you were to draw, the lICL'ew.. that bold i If any defect exists in L & M. Paintwill ..J..ElecHorv! the i City' of DLndr
.
and 1.80 4
Plats and Blue Print Sup Hoorsr 8.80 to 13 to
ed._ Maps. : ailed" from' Portsmouth, N. ''HV, Ap- these ,lost ships will. coma sailing In them you'd find,they were rusty, too. repaint house for nothing. i will be held at the Court Qonim; In !
plied. again to fight her battles aa they ,. .Those I filed off: Donation of L':& 1C.1!made W o1iurcllee : for'the/
Opposite Voluila County Bsftk.DB .- 'proachtng- British channel, the new and had.no points. City on .
ANO. .-' :. FLORIDA : ,Wasp bad an action with,toe British fought them of yore?'. and then hammered ,the beads a bit" bar '*-ofeiegolugWefdlowin ;offloert,!,

W. C. CANNpNS'Livery sloop of, war ,[ Reindeer and captured Humph!'" said a young lieutenant !"I. didn't know you-treated, metal 1 \18 Sold by B"' D. McDonald' DeLand.i tow. \t-: '.' .. ,", il "'.. ,"
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'' Mayo. .
IN3O- ,1ft
e CITY REAL ESTATE AND her, after a short fight Burning the "One modern man-of-war would go as well a* tlmber..I.dmltted. I 'II' .: .' .
I' RANGE OFFICE OF' > Feed and Sale Stables. ''prlxe. Captain Blakely, who .command through'the whole fleet like a "freight "Sometime.' See that flrebackr 1 Three Member* of th*City'dptindHawy: ,J( a'.a

,; ed the Wnxp; put into /Orient France, train through a country! village. What' 'I went to the corner.' Indicated ancruttnlied'tne j.,, F .QRM'A ,. I A/tiv: Clerk.'Treanrerttt'C: '! "<,H:*,"* 'ltglrll? '

: E. H. HAYWARDCltPr'pertyaSpecialty.: Fine Fashionable Turnouts Bulling from that port In August the good would they be now?" flreback. ,M far a* I ,One Member of the, Board>-at Pnblkv, It
Palnte..and Decorator
<" Bus meet all trains at A'C; L. 'Depot.He !Wasp fought a bottle with the British "There you go," ; replied the doctor could! tell It was a beautiful\ specimenof ;Works ;
He write. ok. meet, morning and afternoon F E. jeorvet"' '''\'on.> In which she- silenced "'Just aa 1 sald -no Imaginetlon.:,no .u- hammer,work bitten and worn by The Poll., of said motion wlUo .t V. ::

Ib for the Aetna, 'Theleadln;, flr., .lnoranoe 0. By. trains siOrangeOtty, and night ,her guns but was unable,to tak. per perstition. Tbe young men. Is not, nor over two centuries of,ae. ,aa.,its. date., 'interior'fUortl-idaltt'on( ': elgh:'o'olooka...-..;wed.wiU oto*. MJ!,'
company of Amerlc.one'! of the trains at. DeLand Junction.! *, U. 8 Hall mal. are getting down .topersonalities eemed to show\ ,. i i ... ., tritr* *- 1.
the But we
r. susMlou, owing (It" appearanceof a aa *88T. ball anC'Cbutcbi( \ I'y tnadatr4 '
bout ?
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few fire companies now very. -popular in Gentle both route horse. Hacks and careful meet driven.it superior British fore*. suppose-we 'adjourn the ;T bought\ a doaen of thoM of differas :..,.,.. I ., ,J -&i 1i !y.\\

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YOLGSIA COUNTY RECORD, Senator',BharleS Did
friend and colleague of Sehator CHARtER ......:;:;.:...

''ij' Foraker, has gone to Ohio to A busy! Week, With Many Minor ITEMS OF INTEHtiSt WAFTED: 'TO Watts & Miller Co. f fHARDW

Catered la the PDatofflee at DeLand, Fla., personally conduct the fight of Dr. Huller Wins Out In Both Cases Before If. THE RECORD OFFICE ITS ( )

.. second olMHi matter. the. Foraker against the Taft CORRESPONDENTS.
Senate and House.The FURmREUNDERTAKING J
forces. It is a move that might The April Term of the Criminal -- ARE

o. B. E. PMtYATT, KdlUr Proprietor have been expected, in fact was Record and all friends of tbe Court of Record, adjourned from the Orange City. ,

expected as a development of: Stetson University will congratulateDr. 2nd Tuesday on account of the Circuit ---- i We begin th.'New Year a very attractive line of :.1

c It l ia now claimed that the Panama .I the campaign. The interest lies Halley, President of Stetson University Court ia session, convened Tuesday (Miss Ada Q. Massey l III the duly accredited ,}

will be completed In his victory over the attempt morning with Judge Stewart presiding. accent of The Record Bt Orange ''Bedroom Suits Parlor Furniture Hall Racks Bed
( Canal however in the fact that Senator of Jennings, Hobeon and company to The docket was sounded and 31 cnaes City, and will accept subscriptions and ,

.J within eight years. I Dick has made the flat announce have the Legislature change the charterof were on it for disposition. Mia for the came. Any courtesies extended Lounges Felt Mattresses National Springs. I.!
her will be duly appreciated.) ,
trusts have been I ment that the Ohio Republican the Institution by which It wonld The following named jnrors were ....,.,..... "..... .

Seven more machine is against Roosevelt, pass under the absolute control of the sworn In for the week: A Very Complete Line of China and Japanese Matting
organized in Germany. If this State Baptist Convention. W J. Todd. Miss Linda Smith is .quite ill at the : .

the Kaiser will Rooseveltism and any Roosevelt Jennings had such a bill introduced Stephen Smith. hotel '
thing keeps np, We will take pleasure in showing you through our
be scenting business conspiracies candidate. Thus- the issue is In the Legislature, and Dr. Hnlley spent C. R. McKlnzIe.S. Miss Winifred Taylor, of DeLand, extensive stock at arty time.." Careful attention

him.Oklahoma. squarely made, and it will be a last week at Tallahassee, appearing; be- E. Smith.M. visited O. O. relatives Friday evening given all Mall order ,:I'' : : :

against finish fight for neither the President fore the Committee to which the bill L. Davis and Saturday.

baa painfully bin nor Senator Foraker are in had been referred. Jennings and Hob- Joeh My era. Mr. and Mrs. Finney and Capt. FUNERAL DIRECTORSMr.

son addressed the Committee in behalf K. B. Oeteen.F Graves left Saturday for their home in i e
constitution and iB the habit of giving quarter. Out J. A. Stith graduate
up another of tbe passage of the bill and Dr. Hnlley O. Sparkman. Ban Claire, Wia. in embalming, aDd licensed by

now standing,by to see whether siders may look on with interest spoke for three boors against Its passage. W H. Halsey. The dry weather continues, and those the State Board of Health, ia in ........

anyone is going to kick the and gain considerable instruction His argument was so convincing that S. B.: Owens. who can irrigate their orange groves charge will give of this department and carefnl and

foundation'from under it.J therefrom. It is the first serious the Judiciary Committee was practically Jesse Yelvington. from the water plant are fortunate. attention to prompt every detail of this

and in the unanimous against the passage of E. B. Pooeer. work.
open split Republican Miss Webster left Monday for Norfolk -
'" The mental condition of Mrs ranks, -and the question that will tbe bill. Five pleas of guilty were entered Va. where she will visit relatives Funeral Supplies
In his address Dr. Halley told the during the session follows
morning as :
;' Eddy is to be 'examined. If the be settled for the rest of the a few weeks before going to her Shel
Committee that the Baptist Convention Lee Robinson petty larceny Always in Stock.
: alienists get into the game both campaign will be whether or not bad no more right to ask for a change Cbas. Saber, assault ton. Conn, home.

J parties to the suit are likely to the President's personality and In the charter of the Stetson Universitythan Sterling Rob on, assault and battery. Mr. Faa cett and family leave Thurs

; find her' fortune seriously depleted popularity in his own party will the University Trustees had the Isham Strickland, reckless display of day tor home in Indiana where they will .
seek the
, ; before they handle any of right to ask for a change in the charter fire arms Sentenced' $25 or 60 days. spend the summer, hoping to --
avail of the most
against one given the Baptist Convention; that the Henry Strutting, cruelty to animal snnny south early In the fall The Hobart M. Cable PianosNo

> it. effective machines! in one of the Florida East Coast Railway Co. or the Sentence suspended during good behavior The Orange City Water Works is putting

Great Britain thought that in worst machine ridden states.A Stetson Hat Co. bad no more right to on payment of cost. in a fifteen hone power gasoline one ever thinks of making comparisons

ask that the University charter be The following new informations were engine as a substitute or emergency +
suit to the American flag down MAGIC COUNTRY.In amended or changed than tbe Board of fileR by the County Solicitor: I power at the pumping station. j 1 ? between the Hobart M.Cable

J in South America was very In- Trustees had the to ask for Daniel sale of liquor. :y3r Pianos 'and any other Piano. The
a recently compiled reportof right a McCoy illegal All who wish to meet Dr. Conway, ;.'
'' nocent and funny till it developed the Bureau of Census are given change in the charters of these companies Morris Smith, carrying concealed the new pastor of the Congregations a superiority of the Hobart M. Cable

that it was the British and some valuable figures regardingthe ; that it could only be amended weapons Church are cordially invited to meet at Piano ia so marked, that when one

no't the American flag that was or changed by the Legislature by the Will Richardson, grand larcency. "The Trues" Monday evening May 8. speaks Pianos simply the Hobart
nation's wealth, indebtedness unanimous consent of the Board of I. J. Wiggins, assault. from 7:30: to 9. x;
insulted. M. Cable. This Piano Is a delight to
revenue systems and government Trustees, and then at the risk of losing Morris Richardson, assault and Mrs. Klngman, Miss\ Marlon King -4..
a the skilled musician. The tone is rich,
The bill pending in the Legislature expenditures and re- all the property given institution by battery. man and Mrs. Dean went to St. Angus- .
; ay
Internal ceipts, says the Savannah News. the Stetsons, Flagler, Carneigie and all i John Bellamy, gambling. tine last Saturday Mrs. Dean, afterseeing r e.clear and harmonious. Don't think of

If'. to repeal the The figures include the tbe other donors. The Committee Isham Williams, petty larceny the sights in the ancient city gy ', iJ, purchasing a Piano until you have I
Improvement Board act should years agreed with Dr. Halley and to a man i Sam Woods, carrying concealed
returned to the "Gunnery' Monday. seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable
and the money accruing 1900 to 1904.< Perhaps the most congratulated him at the conclusion bf. weapons .
pass, Mr. Cha .Varney who baa bad charge Piano.
from the sale of state lands should striking showing is that of the his able argument.It I Columbus Brooke, carrying concealed of the Harden stable baa retired from
II school gain in national wealth duringthe was a complete knock out for Jennings weapons. J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
act into the ort the livery business since Mr. Roy'sreturn.
by an go
fJ' four following the census Hobson and company, and they ; Will Coons, carrying concealed
roads funds. years Mr. Harden was fortunate to .
good their shook the dust
packed grips'and weapons.
: the estimate for 1900 be able to leave bis business In each
year, of the red hills of Tallahassee from Edward Reeves, illegal sale of liquor JOHN B. WELCH
,: One half of the present session being $88,517,306,775, and for the their boots. I James W. Mot, alias James Smith, good hand i

f, of the Legislature has passed and year 1904 $107,104,192,410.< The Notwithstanding the fight that has grand larcency. Mr. Roy Harden returned home Tue.. ORANGE

,, ''the members have an immense gain is without a parallel except been made by Ex-Governor Jennings I Charley Reese, assault with Intent! to day from Atlanta, where he has been __CITY_ _... FLAB !
with his father, who ia in the hospital
amount of work ahead of them. during the decade 1850 to I860. and Dr. Hobson the University is in a murder.
t at that place. Mr. Harden, we believe FANCY AND STAPLE
assault GROCERIESTOBACCO
most prosperous condition, and its enrollment Honey Bellamy, with Intent '!
been introduced the of
Six hundred bills have Comparing public debt
and
i ia much improved but he Mrs
is than before. to
!f;, larger ever rape.
AND
''t and about fifty disposed of. this country with that of other These parties have for some time been Sterling Robson, assault and battery. Harden will remain In Atlanta for a CIGARS.

f.,' Many of the bills will be pigeonholed countries it is stated that the per working tit remove Dr. Hnlley from the Will Richardson, grand larcency. time.A -DRY GOODS" -SHOES- ,- HATS- -, ETC., ETC-

''t and never be heard of: capita debt of Great Britain is presidency of the University. Bill Broad, a negro from Yamaseewas special city election will be held Best and Freshest Canned; Goods; constantly on hand and all first

, .{ again. 3.93) times that of the United The University has prospered under indicted for illegal sale of liquor, and Saturday the 4th inst., to elect two class Groceries tor your table.

.,. Ita present charter and under the man the jury returned a verdict of guilty. councilmen to fill vacancies on the Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market in Connection.
States, while France's is 4.86 .... :_ !I. !, I
Oscar who Board. Mee F. U. Graham and A. _
.j.r Jacksonville usual has on agement of Dr. Hnlley. Notwlthstand- Jennings was accused of! re.
as
times and' 2.25 times Orders receive careful attention and delivery You
Italy's as prompt. will find prices
assault tried and verdict W. Chlsholm nominated for these my
jig this, Jennings and Hobson are doing was a of not were
Gen low the I
a hot municipal campaign. aa as lowest. Give me a call
;
l much as it is in this country. It everything in their power to discreditDr. guilty returned places in caucus, and their names will

't'oral; Sebring, .J. D. Burbridge is estimated that the indebtedness iinlley: and the University, although L. J. Wiggins, indicted for assault appear on the official ballot.It --- -- ------- -- ------ -- --- -- -- -

and W. B. Clarkson are the can- of national, state and muaicipal they claim to be working in tbe interest and battery, and tried and a verdict of: i Is rumored that Mr. Laws;;aW mil ----------I-

: : didates for Mayor. The General's i I governments decreased of the University and the Baptists of not guilty was rendered has closed down for a long time, and KLICKER BROS

N thousands of friends throughout .the state. In the John Tlllma'n\ cane the jury returned rumor also has It that the time will be j. .
the four
't for his slightly during years immediately Under the charter three-fourths of the a verdict of not guilty. Landls short and he will start up work again

.f r':. the state are hoping following the 1 last trustees must be Baptists in good stand- & Fish for the defense. after while. The fact remains, how Merchant Tailors I;

success. census. Under the charter it exists The two MoCollongh brothers. Oak i I
jig. aa now ever, the mill is closed for the present

l; Secretary of War Taft has for- From the standpoint of wealth, the; University was built and the endowments fishing.Hill were The tried jury yesterday returned a for verdict Illegal of but we hope to hear the buzz of the I I

his candidacy the growth of the United Statesis made. The charter wee a contract not guilty 'The DeLand negro boy. i saws again before many weeks go by. Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner
and it mast remain inviolate or Derrick Bellamy charged with attempted I
marvelous and the tide of
for the republican nomination the property be forfeited. rape, was also acquitted. Memorial Day at Orange City. I
prosperity gives little or no evidence Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns
He will be theadministration's SS
President. The University has already lost sev
Once it too limited to do
.i'mallyannounced of receding. Like the gloryof more space night, new, I
eral hundred thousand dollars Mr. Mnnn'g .
candidate and by reason Big Tarpon.W.
Solomon, as viewed by the Justice to a subject that should be Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through
to succeed of the continued agitation causing a lack Garnett Mnnn, who is visiting his treated at
,,1' if a republican is Queen of Sheba, "the ban was length. right, and through,
of confidence, and the fear that the brother, Morris G. Mnnn, went downto
: Roosevelt :Taft is the man. A not told." Fort Myers for some tarpon fishing April 26th has come and gone, but the Suits well made at;prices right- Suits that are a bargain true- I
:1' University might fall into other bands.It
of the it observed will
last week. After several of fruitless memory way was Waiting\ here When
thousand time before Firebrand days you appear.
[ la no secret that Dr. Hobson would I
fishing for the "Silver King" and long linger In many minds.
,: Foraker.; I Albert Jennings ought to apply like to be president of the University when about to give np the task ia order At about ten o'clock quite a numberof CONSULTATION F R E tfT
to this legislature for a change' to catch train '
; and that Ex-Governor Jennings aspiresto a Saturday morning, be -
drove ;
to the
''ft. If Mr.. Roosevelt ;'can not land of name if he is in earnest about the position of president of the Boardof bad a strike. A battle roval ensued, our townspeople out cemetery -
but Mr. Mann landed his fish, 114 taking with them flowers amflags. KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand
:, his friend i Taft before the running for governor. There are' Ti uateee. Neither of these gentlemen a There to Floirda
pounder, measuring 6 feet inches in ) we were pleased see
T' National Republican Convention thousands of voters in this State have ever given one cent to the endowment length.-Lakeland Sun. several had preceded us. Mr. Varney

.:. : patiently awaiting the opportu- management or running of the -
he will in all to the
: next year, probability was requested place a flag on
nity to get even with another MR. FLAGLER AND
Jniversity. Jennings has stated that
i of soldier and the flowers
, ; take the place again rather grave every
fellow who carried that [ .
same he knew but little about the internal'
HIS WORK IN FLORIDAMr. were made to go a* far aa they would
than Bee candidate nominated name to Tallahassee a few .
years running of the University yet he now J
During this time a transformationscene John B. Stetson
his that is not in ago. That is not a good name to University(
:4c; by party sympathy professes to know it all. It is a personal in .
Flagler will have was taking place Library Hall
head ticket in this State.- spent one
) ( with and will not carry out a fight with them, and they are trying to hundred million dollars in promoting where ladies were busy decorating the
Fernandina Record.
,1i; hia policy He believes Mr. Taftas.,7 ingratiate themselves with the Baptists the development and resources of this stage with flags, bunting, ferns, greensin *
.; : The former Jennings is still of the state by endeavoring to make state when he shall have completed AFFILIATED WITH THH UNIVERSITY *).* CHICAGO.
ilI. and flowers Florida State
;. sow! connected with the the extension of the East Coast Railway variety a ..-.....---.-.
closely them believe that
present they are working
" to Key West, and has been banner and anything to be bad that
;(> Governor Napoleon Bonaparte administration, and' thereare solely for their interest and not in the too busy to give his attention entirely to would add to the fairy-like appearance COrLEGE-OF of LIBERAL ARTS-StandardsateldinUca'l l with the Unlver.
. ; those who are striving strenuously Interest of themselves. electing "constables" to office. they aimed to present. ally COLLEGE Chiosgo
Browardinaki should become OF
; a to Hon T. A. Jen- After his arrival In the state the LAW-Orsduatesadmitted without examination In Florida.
place ,If they cannot protect the Universityand COLLEGE OB' TEn
When the '
) at three OLOUy-Eleolrioal
.4tf) of the Ozar of Russia and two in Jacksonville company gathered Mechanical and Civil En- .
subject nings as Mr. Broward, or the administration take care of the trust placed In morning newspapers in the afternoon it beautiful gineerlng.
"{' to be the of Russian in order to enlarge their useful- was certainly COLLEGE: FOR TKACHKB3-'i'' courses of study for Florida, School.hlSait '
get governor a candidate. Mr.Jennings their hands let them resign from the ness and help along the state's onward sight that erected their admiring Teachers. >

l province. He conld then ; defines his position clearly Board and let it be placed in the hands movement issued bonds and by argument eyes and brought forth loud praise. VsAsI'lY' AOADEMY-For_ Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton,

',, order the heads cut off of such in two interviews in the Pensa- of those who and pretext got Mr Flagler to The the order of
,a cola Journal, and as it will be willI.WOMAN'S subscribe for them, and when In the following was exercises BusmeSte:!?:! COLLEGlI-BookkeylnK: Banking. Shorthand. Typewriting,
for the afternoon
t. editors and newspaper writers course of events he was compelled to : SCHOOL OF MECHANIC
time before the ARTS-Wood
some campaign and Iron Working and Manual
CLUB MEETING. take both newspapers, and for econo Chorus. Training -
in criticism
'who dare write
anything opens up'In earnest, lets not my's sake consolidated them he could, Invocation SCHOOL OF I(1SCo-Piano
by Rev. Antle. Org.n, VoIce, Theory,
{, of his acts. God bless free commit ourselves to any one as a The regular meeting the Woman'sClub If ne had been disposed, has the con Teacher Course. History of Music.
Tuesday afternoon was in the solidated paperconducted bin Ohio Singing-Male quartette Heebner, SCHOOL or FINE ART8-Drawing and .
her candidate for Governor until we by Painting, all, water color, pastel.
1' America; liberty-loving people lands of the science and art committee friends, but. Instead of which, he Taylor. Meta and Dozier STETdO -. *( M'5Tenmo tj'booll Bull<.IIolJ..48 In Faculty
ri and her free press.Representative know just who will be in the race placed it in the hands of those who Recitation-"The Covered Bridge," .olidcourae..tropgteacher.modern' / equipment, 10 ., ..
Mrs. 8. W. Johnston.
,2.'S class
and what each oue of them had the full confidence of the peopleof Mrs. J. A. Clark/ Ru wood, rooms'manual Lan .for .tlo science memorTaMU&lCKf. dining
stands for. No loaded After the literary and musical pro- Florida. Mr. Wilson who madeedltoilncblef and auditorium,
Parkinson has one up was ..lS ,
Solo debating clubs
-Battle Song, Mr. Heebner. Uterory ""societies star lecture
which consisted of the study of of the .
gramme, consolidated ; .
with schemes" will .
introduced a bill iu the House "pet satisfy birds> aa informal business.meeting was paper, had been an active democratall Addresses-Mrs. Hill, Rev. Hayter, library enclosed I atbletlo i field running general track library, tennis((18,000 oour"volumea' baseball), special diamond law,
the however ,
people again, as his life and had been the Rev. Antle. Deanna, football'' lIeld. park-like ofmpu's,
Major shell
: creating the ,county of Atlanticout held, during which the clmb voted to recipientof Interspersedby roada, cement wake .orubberyand & ,
about eight years of that Kind many honors from his party. He remarks from Rev, Halliday. Christian! (not sectarian! ;' ) '"'".Phare. open to all denominations, steam heal.
of yolusia, the new county to have been sufficient. The next join the State Federation. was secretary of the congressional Cornet : electric lights. eleotrlo.bolls, oonoeru, fraternities, exhibitions, rece re-
embrace the: entire' East Coast Governor of Florida should be Upon vote the club decided to change campaign committee and was collec- Solo-A W. Chlsholm uSve'r.T! |lfl'Sne.IAi.'ln\n feetlvale.Attendanoe now biggest In K'atorv' or .
a Recitation "The ; no money .pared. at &. 1
Blue and the 1M for
certain sections of tbe by-laws. tor of Internal\ revenue while Mr. Gray, last,and all tile Ume. Florida lint,
of and for the in-
section. Mr. Parkinson and Mr. man people's
Cleveland and Miss
The next regular meeting 14th will was president in both Benham. Ear Informaton, catalogue, bulletins, view., and folders, address
terest that would consult
Morrison, both Volneia Represen- with and, one be guided the desires be oqtcers': day, at which- ,the- annualreports positions won distinction. Singing-Male quartette., PRESIDENT LINCOLN HDLLEV, A. M., Ph. D., Da Land, Florida -.
by Mr. Stockton had long been con- Chorus. '
tativeo members of the -
are committee will be given. f
of a majority of the best nected with the Times-Union, was a
Mrs Andrews .
to 'which this bill conspicuous democratic politician and pianist.It ------
was --
people in each county as to appointments --. ------ -- ---
'' stood well with a faction of the party is needless for na to make any comments
9i referred;' Mr; Parkinson is in etc., and not one A company consisting of Messrs. J. which wss partly named for him. on this Certainly it r'

j :favor'ef division and Mr. Morri- who will think he is the whole B. Conrad, N. H.; Alexander, J.1( A Had Mr. Flaglerbeen a politician goes without programme.laying' tbat with such Now is the time to order 1 i

.' ,,,'son agahtst.Senatori3ameisalso' thing because he got to be gov- Baird T.- If. Arnold, Z. T. Bielby, would not have put the e gentlemen names and selections the audience could
in control of the Times-Union.
His
,> r ,iKgainit the proposition( ,'and there ernor,. and for a few political fudge Stewart and others, Is being incorporated object was to make It a successful not tail to be pleased and appreciative.After '

( : that Mr. Parkin- henchmen.who,, desire a reward capital stock $30,000: t6,000 newspaper and help him in his great the close of these exercises a Simon Pure N9.11 1 1for I d,
Ii no probability for services rendered would-be
: a paid in, for the purpose of developing a work of development, and this reason report from the committee on care of
r
son's bill will become a law.. czar.-Tallahassee -True Demo- alone controlled him In bill selection
celery farm down near Bere lorcL It
.<* &../ grounds was read, showing that the and be
r, crat. Dr. J. M. Jackson, "a little country your grove sure of a I large next
; will be known the Beresford crop
-i;; / 't''i'of{ npwgroweewho'wilhr Celery doctor war made physician for the money collected some time ago for cemetery winter.. All the best .
be' : Co., and active will groves use SIMON PURE "
}: l'I': operations begin at Royal Palm Hotel at Miami and Mr. improvement is ,being. wed to ;.
efr'havajtjprop''of fruit next fall will Books that mock, at religionare once clearing op land putting down J. E. Lummue, a "piney woods boy" good advantage.. FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : :. i: .

y. :; (jet MMer prices than he did for .classified 'as a menace to artesian wells,putting In the snb-Irriga- from Levy county for, was the made entire commissary 'v

i.e.,Lk ; .' orop," :''Throughout .thee.peelally".outh Christianity by. Monsignor; Bru- ting pipe,and having the land ready' purveyor extension Ea.tCoast fibs noise the gasoline and steam E. 0.. Painter' Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville, Fla: '"
chesi for next winter The land down
Archbishop ,of Montreal, a crop These cases are not exceptional. ,
\ :=""" of who has formally protested to hers) U rich and splendidly adapted for We mention them simply because engine" heard in the land nowadays
MM ",rlihbeconsid.ably'.horterthsi we know the men. Hundreds of where the truckers and orange growers T.. E."ARNOLD
crop ; the city authorities against their the growing of both.celery and lettuce young Agent, DeLand, Fla. '
men natives of the state and active have had forethought to Irrigate. Those .
\1 :
.. ; ; Jt\was the ,admission to the public library. aa winter crops. as well as suited for workers In the democratic party,have
who succeed in
',5.{, 'If' PSM* ywMr,:and if the' drouth con- summer crops.:, It U-aald to be;Just aa been given responsible positions by producing garden truck .
1 TM'",' may be One for eelery and lettuce as the lands Mr. Fugler in his various business and crops of fruit, will reap a rich
time. mttch longer,the.crop 1 will .;. the fate of fine enterprises. He could have filled all reward for their labors. Bean, cucumbers ;'' +

!)_ short all over,the:orange belt. Russia's ,reigning family when near Sanford where crops of We CMllel'J'are'DOW' these places from the ranks of his and Irish potatoes .bringing. Orange City 'Wagon and Blacksmith Shops. '
grown every year. are
the revolutionists northern acquaintances if he had
so
get.through handsome and the
: Jamestown Expoeltion.pi prices, orange grower .
Thers ,
'. with that glad; to note the organisation of this desired.Mr. .
1 t.o.
A I id Jtt6 Friday; '' and"remains it will be country beyond, one'the reach memberof of '.company,, .The parties are going Into Flagler has been singularly free who succeeds la raising a crop of fruit Wagons and Buggies Made or Repaired. Horse .;
will reward. Shoeing a
') from sectional and political bias or this year reap a The crop _
\\j' :u used ,November."jThere:' want.I She is the Grand Duchess he business with the certainty of suooeas i prejudice and his one aim seems to of citrus fruit will be short this) season Specialty Carriage; buggy and wagon painting done in the /'

::Il) 7,000 admissions .on.the 31ga,'eldest of the Czar's daugb- and .we hope that within-a few i have been solely for the advancementof and good price are expected to prevail.Prices best finest
yeara; the celery industry down ,there the state's material welfare. manner, paints used. Everything in
ten./ ::Although still a child she I Blacksmith
'w. Whil.'everythIngtd of article of merchandise la ;
win not be exceeded the It seems to us that every man In any
even by scope ing Done and all" I
,, and will not be bas a fortune estimated at'' $10,- of the Industry around aanford.Be Florida, democrat, republican, populist usually governed by the supply, and aa Work Guaranteed to be Tirst-class. Give '* ,
is 000,000 in her own right. More- ----U socialist, koreshan, or what not there will oat_be enough of the fruit me a Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to. .
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Ira yet ) now '
her millions invested ought to point to such a man as Henry
over, : are provident' Provide yourself with raised to supply the demand, we look i
with and towns ; i II -1'
Ienpositloni aver Flagler pride, new ,, i i
abroad'v'where ''terrorists
future gift at below-New York lor'.good prices next 'fall-Tavares '
prices
counties and babies named *
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, Newest and beet In furniture. J. F. Odd Trousers., spring styles at Fonntalna. '


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... give siich satisfactory wear: Orlando Judge Wednesday.J. D. Begga wag over from Fonntaln'a.A new' line of Barefoot Sandals: at

fir S Our patrons tell us .thai We have 'em, you need 'em-popular Mrs. D. L. Gaolden entertains at P 9 !

f V the wearing quality of thesri priced oxfords Dreka's. cards this afternoon

silks-particularly the taffetas At The Oaks, Mrs Gould was hostessat Brill has brand new bargains In ohlna-.

-is unequalled and Bridge Monday afternoon ware. See hiashow windows.

they will have no others. Mr. and Mrs. Gee E. Davis left this Mrs. B. M. Miller entertained aBridge $2.00 V

The MONEYBAK Silksare week for the Massachusetts home. last Saturday afternoon. .

the good, old-fashioned Large fine lot new hosiery just received Capt. and Mrs. J. O. Thorpe were In :

+ kind and can be identified at Brill's. Satisfaction guaran town from Orange City Tuesday.

teed. Gold filled watches, warranted for ten
:i the the
by name on patented ;
I Messrs. J. P. Mace and Ellis G. Blake years from |6 to$7.110, at Boley'e.

t selvage.. were in town from Lake Helen Wed Mrs Coulter has moved back to her SHOE FORMEN

:t nesday. home un New York Ave. It was leased

FOR SALE The time-tested furniture house of J. for the winter.

F. Allen can supply your needs for the Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bateson are up
ONLY BY....
home. from Miami. Mr Bateson la proprietor

LYt, The County Commissioners and of the Curio store.

H G. A. DREKA School Board will hold their May sea-', The new residence being erected on

BlOBS Monday I north Boulevard by Mrs. Carpenter is .

Quite a number of the DeLand people nearing completion.

*W'L & COMPANY will visit the Jamestown Exposition Mesdames Thnraby and Everleth of

V during the summer Orange City were shopping with De-

'- Manager E L. Hon of the Electric Land merchants Tuesday
A. I II IntheCityFOUNTAIN'5.
\ DELAND FLA.
Light & Ice Co., made a flying trip to Miss Ruth Tnrley, who has been visiting
V Jacksonville the first of the week. her aunt Mrs. J. W. Smock, lettTueiday

I i' 1 Cannons has many teams hauling for her home at Orleans, Ind.

oo shell from the shell pit south of town, For Sale-Cheap-Ticket to Louisville .
H. + + + VV + VT T>:4+++T+++++ ++Ttf+tTVV+ ..++ +** V VV VTTTV VTVVV .' putting on the DeLand-Daytona road. I Ky., over L. & N. Railway. Good -

While carelessly handling a rifle the until May 31at. Address P. O. Box 388. '

Mr. J. H. Tatum who now resides at AT THE CHURCHES. I other day Mr. Eric Clarkson lost a part Dr. Virgil Voorhia ban purchased the (

DeLand for his children to attend our 1 LOCAL SYNOPSIS. of a finger by the accidental discharge interest of his mother and sister, Miss :

schools, started In the naval stores business of the gun jtailda, in the Voorhis home on south ....
Methodist Episcopal Church Month.
in the north end of the countyseven Mr. J. H. Tatum contemplates putting Clara Ave.
Regular services every Sabbath at It THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF
years ago with $1000. He began amend 7 m; Sunday school at 10a up a fine home on one of the lots Mr. George A.. Dreka left the first of . . . . .
80p! THE PAST WEEK. . . . . .M. . . .
the purchase and sale of timbered lands m;Junior Epworth League 8 pm;&0.I be purchased in the Hough addition a the; week' for Washington to visit his

}... for turpentine purposes. Recently he ior Epworth League 8 80 p m; mid-week month ago. sister Mrs. Kllkoff, and sons Raymond -

sold his entire possessions of such lands I cordial prayermeeting invitation Wednesday is extended, 7 80 p to m.all A L
Gleaning up $104,000 profit Most of these aervioea. P.pr-..Brf.f Mention of FftotsAMD as prominent citizens of Fort Orange, was A refreshing shower fell at DeLand Tuesday evening at their home on I[spending a vacation at DeLand with

this he made In speculation in buying, OF our R.port.r. at the county seat on business the first yesterday afternoon but it will take West New York Ave. Judge and Mm. Mrs Paxton and his father Col. D. B.

and selling lands, though he Wall a The First Methodist Episcopal Inarch. of the week. several inches of rain to put a good season I.[ A, Stewart were at home to a large Paxton.

naval stores manufacturer at the same Rev. Win. J. Harknesa, Ph. D., Pas W. 8. Taylor, Dentist. Prof. Chan. );. Ortb. who has jOlt in the ground. nnmber of the friends of their daughter, I The Sunday School children and their

time. tor.Sunday Dr. Mellette'a Remedies at Allen's. closed a successful term of a school in Mrs. B. Remmers who has been Miss Mary Stewart. From 8 o'clock: teachers and members of the Christian'
school 10 Preaching
: a. met; at'
service 11.00: a. m.; Epworth League 8.43: Best hosiery to be had ia at Dreka'a. the; porth end of the county was in spending some months with her dangh till: 9 the guests were received in the Church will give their :annual picnic

. An organ and tong recital was "givenin I p. m. Evening service at 7:80.: J. F. Allen & Co., undertaken and own the first of the week. ter Mrs. E. G. Baldwin left for the large reception hall. DeLeon Springs tomorrow.

the University Auditorium.on Friday embalmers. The Standard Oil Co. is installing Philadelphia home last Friday. The music for the evening was furnished I "-

evening last by Profs. Morse and Baptist Church. two tanks, for kerosene by Miss Marjorie McCleary and The Mars Market.
one left for
; large storage Mrs. H. A. Boley yesterday
Services at the Baptist Church will Musical Instruments of all kinda atErickson'
Hill. While the recital Misa Hattie
primarilyfor Fuller. PaUlson
was Mr.
: Ralph -
be as follows: Morning service 11 .: the other for gasolene, near the Champagne, Ill., in response to a telegram !
benefit of the normal 8tndsntil.I If want the choicest cuts of Meats
the delighted some by telling their you
the .
o'clock, immediately followed by old Fruit Exchange building.Mr. announcing that her sister Mrs. The best of
the students and friends generally were ordinance of the Lord'a Sapper. Bible Mr C. B. Sproul of Glenwood was In future. ,eave yonr orders with us
I D. L. Morrison, now manager of Dr. Williamson was critically ill and I Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
Invited to be present. Those who have school 10 a. m. Junior B. Y. P. U. 4 p. town Tuesday. not expected to live. During the evening supper was served Hamburg Steak
a large naval stores industry down in I Chops, Sausages
B. Y. P. U. 6.45. Anthem and duett
.,. ever attended one of these recitals need m. : New line of percales at our store this ID the dining room to parties of about fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon
I at the morning service. You are cordially Manatee county, waa here over Sunday Peach trees. Admiral Schley, and Stu- I and
no urging to Induce them to attend invited. week. Dreka a. fourteen at different times. There was eto Courteous attention prompt
last visiting his DeLand friends art Pecan trees, ornamental trees and delivery.
Both Prof. Morse, on the organ, and a delicious menu of a chicken lalad
If in trouble W. A. Allen & Co's
see vines, vines also other trees and Marsh Bros."Sh.canlookoutbutyoacan't -
Prof. Hill with his magnificent tenor St. Barnabas' Church. advertisement.We Tuesday morning, at The Oaks, Mrs. grape course, aanwichea olives, beaten bla
voice never fail of delightfully entertaining St. Barnabas' Eol copal.church Rev. Arthur Heath entertained four tablesat vines in variety and at popular prices cult, ice cream, cakes of assorted kinds
,an andience. In their special Campbell Gray, Rector. suggest to all interested in shoes Bridge. Mrs. E. L. Powe won the at E. H. Hayward nursery and coffee with oranges.
May 5th, V Sunday after Easter. to inspect our window display of Cros- Mr. S. H. Hlestand and daughter
prize for points, and Mra G. W. Fisher
field they hardly have peers in the Mrs. T E Arnold and Mrs. Lee Brln-
7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a. m. Morn- ett'. Dreka'a. Miss Ella, father and sister of Mrs E.
the for honors.
; one
South. ing prayer; 9.80: a. m. Sunday school, ly served thn guests in the dining room,
10.80 Choral service with DeLand holds her annual municipal has been L Hon left last Tuesday for Pacific
: a. m. sermon. One of the river steamers and otherwise ably assisted the entertainment
i ClodC lla.DelADd's I 5 p. m.Evensong. Dally service at 5 p.m. election next Tuesday. taken off for the summer months, and Grove, Cal Mr. Hlestand haa a son at of the guests.

I At the Christian: Church. Dr. and Mrs. a. W. Fisher returned now we have only three boats per week that point where he expects to pass the Among those preaent were: Misses i
Lillputian Comedy Company summer
Bible* school Lord's Day 10 a. m.1; from Jacksonville Monday from Jacksonville instead of the dally Holden, Manville of Orange City, Mc .
will make Its first on Mr. S. W. Allan is two.
appearance Christian Endeavor 8:48 p m.1; Prayer- Mr. and Mrs S. M. Morse were in services in force since last fall. having a Cleary of Kentucky, Carson and Simpson 1
May 3rd at the Public School Audi- meeting Wednesdays 780p.: Junior room addition and more porches put to
m.1; '
of Kisslmmee, Bnnsacker, Coulter,
town from and Mrs J. Shaw and daughter
Orange City Tuesday. Mr. A.
tam, in the beautiful play of Cinderelia. Endeavor 8:00 p. m. Morning subject, the home he recently purchased on .
They have new scenery and "America Is Fart of the World." There You should nee Cinderella at the who have been so comfortably West New York Ave. from Mr. W. C. Dnscaden Gardner', Hough Lloyd.Olive Tanner Gardner,Mabel MarIan
will be no evening sermon on accountof situated in Mrs. Hodgktns rooms for
handsome new costumes, and 'will give the onion service at the First Methodist Public School Auditorium tonight. I Jackson. He will have one of the pretty Bracey, EmmaG. Bracey, Clark, Nanin,
the winter left for their home in
yon the latest songs and specialities. church. Merchant Fountain was in Jackson homes in that section of the city. Lillian Hainlin. Ethel Bamlin. Msrlan
Following is the cant of characters: ville on business the first of the week. Brigden, Ontario, Canada, Wednesdaylast. Jackson. Alcott Cleveland Woodward.
J. W. B. SMITH, Jndge Stewart has several hundred Jatette: Roseborongh, Denney, Fuller! ,
I Prince Felix: :-James Gross. Pastor Mrs. Arthur Heath and son Jack boxes of grapefruit to market yet. He Bnxton, Ethel Watts. Alice Cook.
,, Baron Pompolina. -Onstave Cbartner. Union Service. leave Saturday for their Chicago home. Mrs. C. H. Dearborn, of Bt. John, N. la still bringing in oranges from his I Messrs Bamlin, Staley, H. C. Hill.
AUdoro-Neal Jackson. B., Canada, who has spent many win- Webb B. Hill McGhechy Pattinhall.
I Dandini Otto Hongh. The Christian, M. E. South and Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Rosa entertained ten at DeLand, sailed from Boston this hammock groves for the DeLand mar R. S. Geiger Noble, Powell F. Botta.
Presbyterian churches will unite with informally a few friends at World's, kets. They are a late variety, and as I L. Botte, Stith, J. A. Allen J. Lowrie. look 1st"
week for Rome attend the
Pedro-J. L. Clarkson. the First Methodist church at 7:80: p. m. to firm and ax sound as the early varieties Watts McLeod Pattison Bntner,
Cinderella-Louise Watts. Key. C. A. Saunders will preach the tea.Mr. Sunday School Convention to conveneat I. are iu November. Walker, R Paxton, Koneborongh, Mot- vacualldor MaCa
('loriDda-.JaDle Dell McCrory. sermon. There will be special mnslo. John F. Calp! of Spring Garden, that place this month. the fact J. B. Campbell, H. Fanning. .
There "power"
I Come and enjoy the service was at the county seat the first of the .1 isnognestionabout .Throw
TThisbe-Enla Botte. J. W. B. week. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McBride, little of those Insect Flowers, but betweenthe FOR PORCH SHADES
I Smith.Sec.
SALE.
Fairy Queen-Ruby Jackson Asa and Miss Mock, go over.to Sea: writer and the compositor word
Footman-Erskln Landis. -.ter Miss Helen Manville of Orange City The nicest family horse ia the country -
...l. I breeze tomorrow for a short staf. From got slightly mixed in our last week'laclvertlleweut We are exclusive agents at DeLand
-. Coachman-Horace Allen. The Circuit Court. was the guest of Miss Mary Stewartover ; a Barnesville top baggy; a twenty Shades. Just the thing
there Miss Mock who has spent the You will be able to for these Porch
quart (when fresh) Jersey cow; the
LORDS AND LADIES OF THE COURT. Tuesday. winter with her sister, Mra. McBride. understand it this week. Yours tor bus for your verandas during the hot sum-
The Spring Term of the Volnsia Circuit finest of Buff Orpington& chickens Call at our store and
Hon. W. L. Palmer of Orlando iness. W. A. Allen & Co. pen mer sun
Francis Gardner, Margnriete Davis was will go to her home at Rochester, N. Y.
end last
Court to Friday examine.
came an
you ever saw, and a bu11t1u\\).
Lena Powell Stella Botte, Tom Jack- here this week on legal business before The Sunday school teachers and scholars J. F. ALLEN CO.
with the finishing; of case of James Misa Marjorie McCleary of Mount DR. OEO. A. DAVIS.
the Criminal Court.
eon, Ray Jordan, Noble Miller. Philip Roberta vs. The Peninsula Bridge Co. Vernon, Ky., ia visiting her brother and of the Presbyterian church will --- .
Wood William Spanlding. of Daytona in which Roberta sued the Messrs. Patrick Higgins and Barney slater-io law Mr. and Mra. MoCleary, !live their annual picnic on the llthInst 1 .
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FAIRIES. defendant company for 410,000damages.The DIllard[ were at the county seat from and will stay until after Commence Saturday of next week. The eta-

Mildred Watts, Nina Blsell, Johanna jury returned a verdict for the defendant the north end Saturday. :ment. Misa McCleary has been spend- dents of the Normal Department at Is a nutritious and appe-

Powell Mildred Powe, Katie Jackson company. Messrs. Stewart & Mra. R. O. Buabnell and the children :lag the winter in New York City, study. Stetson University will join in this picnic tizing combination of the

Katherine Gardner. Mary Louise Nahm. Bly.;attorneys, made a strong fight for were in DeLand from Osteen several ng music. and a delightful day will be spent
days the first of the week. at DeLeon Springs. best Spanish and Virginia 1
the defense and won out. This law firm Capt. Ray Conrad, who looks after
also won the case for the city where County Commissioner W.H McBride I the Interest of Bond Lumber Co's business The beautiful Nabw home, built last Peanuts, roasted, ground,

Early Closing; Movement. DeLand was sued for $10.000 by Maggie of the north end district .'11I''' at the down at Kalamazoo, in the south year, on Clara Ave., between the High and packed under rigid,

April llth. 1907. Stockton, for alleged injuries received county eat the first of the week. I end of the county, spent several days in School building and the Episcopal

We the undersigned merchants of In falling from a bicycle on a sidewalk Mr. Owen Whitcomb left the first of : town this week. Ray ia one of the' chnrch, was sold last Friday to Slater. sanitary conditions.

DeLand do hereby agree to close oar claimed to have been in bad order. the week for a month's vacation at.I promising young business men of Volosia Carlotta of St.: Augustine, the consideration .iris More pure and healthful
respective places, of business at six Not content, however, with their victory Jacksonville, Savannah and other county. was 18,000 The furniture was Included ,,,
o'clock p. m."every day except Saturday in being successful In these two points. in the deal. We learn that the than dairy butter dell.

via: Beginning May lIt and continuing big cases Stewart& Sly: also got a new Sam Wilson, who has been spending Sisters acquired the property to be used : clous in flavor the best ;
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Mr. W. O. Jackson hav-
contemplates moat of the past three weeks in the flat as a Sanitarium. I. as
until October lIt, 1907. trial before Judge Jones In the case of
O. A. Dreka & Co, Alexander Howell against the Florida tug a fine home erected this rammer on woods, surveying cypress timber, says Tuesday. May 7th, at 8 p. m., in F y ptM Peanut Butter in the best |

V. M. Fountain East Coast Ry. Co., in which a verdict his property corner New York and It ia difficult to get water of any kind to the Baptist church a I Council of Baptist jar on the market. No ':

... B. F:Chapman, of tS.OOO was rendered against the railway Clara A T88. drink in the flat woods. All the streams clergymen! will meet to consider the no rancidity. .
J. A. Ertckson, company at the fall session of the We are pleased to note the improved are dry, and doubtless many cattle are propriety of setting apart S. B. Rogers, oozing ;

An*'Pflueger court In favor of Howell. The court, condition of Mra. Cr. T. Haynes She dying for want of water to drink. of Stetson University to the work of 1 I I.-_ I Beech-Nut Brand Peanut

J.A.E.H.Bigelow Woodall, upon motion of Stewart & Bly, granted .Has been seriously ill at her home on Mr. Hayes Fanning, wbo ia takingthe the gospel l ministry. In the evening of Butter isc. per jar at .

\r .A.. F.Dreka, a new trial In this. case Howell sued New York Ave. law course at Stetson University, the same day if so' ordered, the public

.t '. Blane Brc.. for $10,000 and got a verdict for 8000. Rev. and Mra. George T. Self are rejoicing was,on motion of Attorney S.B. Wright, ordination will take. place, commencing WOODALLL'SOur

II J.Marsh F. Allen Bros& Co. Judge Jones .U this week holding the over the arrival of a fine 10- Jr., admitted to the bar before Judge at 7:80.: The public Is cordially invited.An <

M. Davie Spring Term of the Orange county pound girl Monday, April 29th. Mother Jones last Saturday morning and now injunction hal been filed against

W. D. Haynea, court and baby doing well. you will see if Hayes Is not one of the the County Commissioners, the purposeof t
l Wattta & Miller Co.. --- Capt. S. E. Smith, the Pieraon representative -"' rising young barristers of the bar of which in to kill that contract! the line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Is as complete as
CJ. L. Hord Retied Gould has resigned his position
W. D. Bntner, In the Volusia County Bank on account -- of The Record. has been Florida within a few yeara. Board entered into for the construction It can be; fresh and all high class, standard brands., :k'
' Henry Canon of his. health. Be Is visiting hla. spending! the week at DeLand, juror before A few peaches of the early variety of the hard surface road from DeLand .
a Klloker: Bros, mother at Port Orange before going the Criminal Court. to Daytona The matter is set for argument Fresh vegetables every morning.'PHONE .'
7' E. L. McBride. North for the summer. have appeared In market. The crop before Judge Jones today. II
Commissioner Thomas J.
County
will begin to move to market now in
Murray was over from New Smyrnathe the course of a couple of weeks. The anything ia done a temporary injunction

p5isisss x sississss..sr wiriirsssiiy middle of the week, witness before crop about DeI
: the session of the Criminal Court aalt was last year but still there I ia
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i The family of Dr. O.B. Webster have quite a crop to move. On account of .R f11t4fOM..7l4INIF4K41f4Matt1P418 .
DO YOU .REMEMBERt and most aatiafactorlally discharged
V i 'I: moved to DeLand from Lake Helen. the dry weather the fruit will not be as
the duties aa operator at the .
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-r V The Doctor ia now foreman of the construction large aa last year.
Western Union office at this place for .
The powdered Insect Flowers r, force of the Cltlsens' Mann- DeLand'a
= bought
you = Lilipntlan Comedy Company
r several yean,, left the first of the week
'" of us last< Summer? The kind that kills. : factoring Co.' are patting forth their greatest efforts to accept a better position with the J. F. ALLEN &
; i: Mr.. and Mra. W. A. Stead returned to give the beet entertainment of the company nt Sheffield, Ala. I The many CO..i

; Well, we have Just received another lot III; the latter part of the week from Savannah season in their beautiful play of Cin friends she woo during her stay here, ;
. where took the remains of the derail tonight at the Publlo School '
'f ; from the same ource. Our guarantee I I mother of Mra.they. Stead for burial la the Auditorium Doors open at 7:JO. Performance while congratulating, regret her her leaving upon DeLand.her promotion Leading Furniture House of Volus County :

,. = goes with every sale. III: family lot there. begins promptly'ar 8 o'clock. Miss| Greene Is succeeded here by Miss

!: Mir Katherine Crawford, formerly Come early and secure a good _to Carrie Thomas, from Lake City. .

.,. "2' '!Vs!I; of the music department at Stetson, Don't forget the date-May 8rd. Dr. John MaoDlarmld returned the "DROP IN" tf:

:= DELAND 'p, teaching a class at Daytona the put Mr. Oscar Davis, who went up to first of the week from Havana, when

,- '_ tW. A. ALLEN { CO. : year, la spending the week In the city, Kentucky t week on a brief business be and others, after the session of the and see our Newest' .: i. '
FLORIDA.
;., = ,,, I=: guest of the Monroe House. trip, writes to this. office from Dan rifle, State Medical Association adjourned at f

.. '" f !!I: All the business house of DeLand under date of April 93, aa follows about Tampa, went and passed a week. The : 'V! in Parlor and :
Styles
i. : ;...: NEXT. TO POSTOFFICE'1. now alone at six o'clock every even the weather they were having; there: Doctor ,la enthnslastto over the beautiesof '. ; ,'.1", ""'t\\.,
I lug. This early closing movement "1 have struck very cold weather. Cuba. He thinks it'the richest : "

/1.. i: went Into effect on the let hut.and will Have on woolen underwear and am country In the world. Ha visited some Dining Room. fur-. ,".. 'r fit'' : f

continue in force until October lit huddled .p close to a biasing fire; of the big tobacco and sugar plantations .."... .,' V" '1 ,

i MWtWRII 'yOU O.ET YOUR .WATCH 'AND CLOCK :REPAIRED ; Dr. Halley returned from TallahasseeFriday. would not attempt to go outside with of the island. Of sob ooo he saw two ..ntture.. ", :\ .y;" ',, VV : :

The Doctor was the recipient out a heavy overcoat People who are foils, one of 3000 and the other 1600 :.; : .t' fr.

I = w; of many hearty congratulation born leaving Florid with the 'Impressionthat erne respectively, and sugar plant .., "
.r T '" I II =: hla DeLand friends upon his victory la they are going to ,strike fine where over 800,000 bags of Sugar were '

= ;.w. 9111/. prompt nd c/'IIIIOII. '0 .aU and Express srkrs., .. =, blocking the scheme of Jennings, Hob- weather will meet with disappointment; manufactured the past year, assay* Prom Ns. 63 J. p: ALLEN ;& COP"; .' P":'. ::, .
R ,. -it ... ...... 'if.-d t,: son &Company to have the Legislature they had better stay in Florida awhile some of' the valleys of tilt,.Island give V _""):!! ++I 110 ,, r ,
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";t : ;:- amend the charter ot the University, *" the finest landacaoe views heaver I >
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h QUEENED'OKLt TO'DIE Marshal's Sale. NOTICE., ..aa ..aa.e

J Pills Notice la hereby given that the umloraluned. N I'IOE I.hereby given that the followlnR de.orn"lllanll. will ba sold at Publlo du..
utt .s Jobn F. Marabal for the VI.... lion of the lront door of the Clty hell ht Dof.nd, Florida. eJQ the third day 01 June POTASH
'n THB TRAGIC DESTINY OF LOVELY trice Court, of uorUr felted Stable" lor the A. D. Itm7 nren much thereof a. will be nuoe..ary. to pay the amount due for.the taxea. ;
w Southern Diatritit of Florida, under and by heroin .et opposlle the .ame, togotber with noels or llUoh wle anti adverU.lng. : 1''!
1 LADY JANE GREY., virtue of a oertaln execution iHauutl. out of .In the soil on'the '
puts corn
r 1" will uve the dyspeptic from man y ,AMOUNT
I the Clroult Court of tile Unir d Utatoa for the OWNBa'
days ol misery. and enable him to e.,t Southern Dlntrlot/ oi Florida in the Ott. .e of J'BSCRJPTION' 01TAXBS stalk and.money in the bank
? As> a Llttl Child She \Vmrn the Host whatever bo wlahe They craven t JoBeph W. Norvel aa receiver of the First j .i

' Leases. Olrl For He AST of WhlobUIKorr National Bank of Florida ve O. F. Healy Ed. Cog..r . . .... .. Loll, Bub. of lot 6. blank 8; Roge;.' map.;....... 780II. i The rtatural process of plant growth is simply one
'9 HWfeol .. SICK HEADACHE will. otter lor ante I durln the legal hours of Z. H..Ilroan......... .. .. ...LotaBuUnflotbblaaktlBoeNmap.. "..;. 4 80Ed.
; Baa A r K oo a caun0 the food to assimilate and sea.. Hale. at the front door or the court house at Cugsr, .. ............. Lot. II and 4, dub of lot O.blook.tf..Ilogere' of chemical conversion. Potash, the'raw material ;
Life Wan Somber .. 9 by corn
{ lab the keen DeLand in Voluaia County, Florida, on the ,
body give appaUte.DEVELO'P
} Sweet Lady Jane Orey'wpo:\ reigned alxth day of May, A. l>. 11WT all the rlirbt, .... ...... .. . .. ..N80R.ofWjolfl. ] J-i otloE7UiooliOHolreu'Unknown '_ it is valuable. The use of .Potash is not ana '
,, FLESHand estate and inturent of (}. P. Healy In and 201 a *
tor a few months as queen of Bug] to the following described situated ........ . ...... .,911HfROfN 14"yotEj; oflot7bkrok9Rog., '> expense but an investment.
n"" land and hud her bead cut oft with solid muscle. Elegantly sup lying and being in Volutda, bounty, era' mnp.. .. ., .,... :. '.... ..,. .,.., ..; . 2aM1 Wntt lr. ma-free' booklet ,"Plant Food.
far
,";' 'coiled State of Florida particularly douorlbod as Unknown... . ... .. .,. NBUft.otBWy; oft0 Ulot 7. hlock 9, Roger.' dar : ,
wax In the Tower of Loudon for no Take No Substitute. the aoutheant quarter (>i) ol' the uortheft8t nap .. ...... ,. ":... ...I.. ... ? . 2 01I vv'' '"a GERMAN MU WORKS
H, b' doing, wad as a little girl the moat. yaxctery.) of Spotiou: Twenty (20)), To\ 'nHhlp I J.il.Hrwnsey.... . .. .. ........ 'V 613 ft.,. lot II. blook 9.. Itoemre'mxp. .. 11940E. I-" New. Vork
, ,,:. learned child tor her age of' whkhhistory ''iblrtti. ((13)), Mouth of range twenty : :. D. dhorley..... .. :. .... .. W18ass/ : ft. otElu7n I t.' ofN1WIt. o1S M, oPlot ,, = .3 Naaaau streetAtlanta. .

: baa recoid. HODGKIN'S eight (2tt( ) east, the nortUea quarter (%) ablookl8ltogere'mnp/ ...... 8 00P. Oa.,
..; auy of tile northwest. quarter of Section'f weuty. H. Lanxing.... ... .. .:.. .. NWfLofS278ftoPW 140 ft., or lot 9blosk18Rogere'mnpvrA.,1.a. % ,:f tab Csnctler Bide*
: old theM ,, ,
Before she was nine w
years one ((21)! ), Township 'thirteen (13)( South ...... ... 1.2
' 1' wrote a beautiful hand and was able range twenty-eight ((28)) east, the soutbeas Emily B. Clark... . .... 710 fL onot8, blook 18, Rogers map ... 610Helre
} :.... to play well ,,on several different sorts Wagon Shop quarter (K) of'the north east quarter (Vi)of of E. F. Garvlo.. .. .. .... lute IS and 6. block 16, ltogera' map. '" .... 6 16n.w.
,,I Section Thlrty-nve ((30)), Township. Fourteen Price ... .. ....,. Iot4blook2iRogeremap: .... .... ., 1410IlortFlehandJBroxn
;:; of musical instruments.. In languages (14) South, of twentyelght (28)( east, .. WMoflot9t"aree'.mllp. . .......... 1MS. aAOagk' #iP41tP'NS' BN
t aha waa wonderful. She could speak DeLAND FLA. the southwest. range quarter'( ) ot the northwest \V. Banders . ... .. ... ... WUllftlotl3, Paroe'l map.. ...... .. .. III 00E.
.: several, both ancient aud modern quarter(K) of Section Thirty six*JO), Leno:.. .......... .... .. .. .. .. W 28 R of .L'i 00 fL. lot II, block a, Howry's THE. __ =
Township Fourteen ((14)) l bomb of ronp. .... .... ... .. ......... .. .. .. 4 DO F
,"I with ease., Everything In Wagons, Bnggleg Carts,' twenty eight ((24)) east and part of range the Unknown .. .. . ............ ED4 ft 0' W IDS ft. of N lot 4. block 9. '
I' By the time she was twelve she was eta, man nt sot.red and repaired in m Y; southeast. courier IAi) of the southeast H nest 7'a roe Pu .. .... .. ...... ... 8 JOv. i

ii,. possessed'of, all the accomplishments Shop,in the very beet workmanshij ( ) Section Six (6)), Township A R. H. Maak.... .. ... ...... Lot I, a h. of blou117\ Howry's' 'tna P.... .. ,. 4 811E. { ESTOWNEXPOSITION
r;,' taught ladles of rank In thoHe known. Only ftr t-claas men employe<1 Nourtnen'j14)( south range twenty eight J. GodJ'rev.. . .. "" .... Lot T, aub. of blook 12J Ho"y'. .;.. 7W
yonng and first-class work turned out. I have ((28) east, as described In Deed Book IT .J. A. Conrail.... ., .. .... Lot. III ..nd 13. blook Ifl, y'ema P. .... IUDbE /
days and:besides that, could not only ately added to plant a page ISO of the Public Records of esitioounty W. Alboo... . . ... Lots J and 2. block 26. HWrrs( map.. .., . 670
<. write but speak In Latin Greek Choi my In the office of the clerk of the olr- J. II. Dxvle... ...... . E Mo'iot 13. block 1 ... 171
'''. dale, Arabic; French Italian and Hew oult nacre Unknown. . .. .. ..... ",.E35ofloteland2bioak2Walte'msp.' ,. ., .g21i8 :
? well grounded In JOAN F. HOUR, Unknown .. .... .. . .. Lotl0blook2W.lta'map. ... ..., .. ... ., 171 1 I
brew. She was also U. S. Marabal.Marshal's ,'0.. seller, ........ ... .... .. Lot l 8,blook, Welts ma P.... .. .. ...:.. .... 129 I
; philosophy, and when other children .ti ; Unknown .. .... ... ......... Lot2\J\ block 2 Waite' ...,... ..... 1011 '
were out playing she used to. amuse t Maria Wright. . .. . .. .Lot8.Dlock3Wllh..mRf''.... ., .... .,. tl7O. I I IVIA
} herself by reading the writings of the' Sale. A. H..toller .. ..... .. . .. Late 7 and 11, Dloak 8. 'V.tla'map.... .... .. .. 108
1" I'ora B. Mer.h..I1.. ........ .. .. .. Lot 8. blank 4, 'Vnlt.'s mep........ .. ..., ., 1 71
philosopher Plato In the_ -original ,, ]IarrlaJcJohneon. . .. . Lot A, block 11. Rloh'a map .. ., .,.. .. 6 78MleeLeonardy
Greek I It Notice is h rebYJ.lveD that the undersigned . .. .. .. . LotaJBrndt:. blook. Rloh's map. .... 9W
Perhaps It was because the pretty John Marshal for the Anna J. Hooter,. ............... Lots O. U and K. bleak ]10iRlllh'a map . 8811
r Jane's childhood lonely District Court of the United I States for the Norton k Eg/lJeeton./ ,. ,. .. .. l.otllA and H. block 12 .. .. ..... ... 6 76
Lady was so Southern" District of Florida,under and by C. W. tet.on .. ............ E u of lot III, block 0, !'IowarI'a, map.. ... .. 8 60E.H. I THE,
as well a* because of the extraordinary virtue of a certain execution Issued out of MoLonald .. .... ... ..LotattoOlne.'andlot.U, 1218, 14 and 17.
i powers of her mind that she took the Circuit Court of the United 8tales for the McDon..Il'a Insp. .. . ., .. ..... \2867 '

to study so kindly and learned so many 1"lL' Southern District! of Florida In the ease of Unknown... .... ... . . .I..otlT.I'hambersandDunn'.Add.. ... . .... 120H ATLANTIC COAST
'' Joseph W. Norvel as reoelver of the t irst sire of.aln) Littleton...... .. Lot 14, block 8. Arm.tronl'! Add....... .. .. 18(1Elvlra (
things whUe so. young. Her father o. ,I National Bank of Florida va. O. F. Healy, !: Robinson . ., ., Lot 13, orsUD'a Add!.: .... .... ..... .. 108I.ham
and mother were away at court much I 1 will offer lor sale during the legal 1 hours ol f Strickland.. .... ..... fut27 Uor.on' Add ..... .. .,. 180StbbleClark ,
v of the time, leaving the girl to the sale I at the front door I of the court house: at ..... ... ..... .. ..... SyorIo482Cureon'eddd. .... .. .. .. .. 180loulslanlole I
of tier and her school. DeLand Volusla( County<' on the ....,....... Lot T. bloc" 4.llutobln800'a Akh, ........... 171W
care governess alzih day of May. A. D 1IM)7! ) all eke right K. Pendlutos... ..... .... All block Corporation mop ... ..... .. .. 219
masters at the great, gloomy family estate and Interest of O. P. Healy in antib ]. J. Dyke... .. . .. .. .. N M of block lI3. Corporation map... ......... 1 2JW'.K LINE RAIL IAYtead i

,. place called Bradgate down In the the following described property, sItuated Pendleton... .. .. . AI blook73. Corporation map ....... .., . 213 .
I, ,',' _try.* 'The big,' ugly square brick lying and being in Volusla. County, J.Slirltllth ... ... .. .d olNjreofblookbOUorporationmap...... 180
I' of '!: State of Florida, particularly described air. Annie E. Deland... .. ..... AII-blook Corporauon map. ....... ..... .... 405W. I
house was built on the edge a great the south seventeen hundred and ten feet, McEwen. ...... : :: Lot. 10, block 1211, Corporation map.. .. ., ,. 129 """
forest and surrounded by thousands COLD TIRE SETTER (1710 ft ) of Lot Five (lb) in Section Nlne- Price AC Mareh .. . ......... .. Lots 11. 12 and 13. block 120 Corporatln( map. 108EIIzoRlcherdeon ) People all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line "Purple Fol
,of acres of almost uninhabited land. teen (10)), 'Township Thirteen ((13)) south of ......... .... E 100 fL of W U; of hlooit 14U, Corporatloomsp der for schedule to the Jamestown Exposition Two dally trains each Ii

; \ There were few books and no newspapers Can set your Tires without taking range Twenty eight ((28) vast and+ theo .. ... . .. .. . .. ..... .. 190 way with through Pullman Bullet sleeping cars e
wheels from vehicle. We take out n North twelve hundred and thirty tour Henry Wells ... . ........ loOt 10. block' Corporation mop. ., t 1,0EII"a i Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion! tickets on sale
at the castle and no playmates bolts rub no paint or burn your fence (l2aI) feet oi lt Une ((1)) in Section Thirty 1Yalker.... .. .. Lot 13. block 1111 Corporation map. ... ......... 1110 ': dally from April IHth to Nov. aOth at low rates. Coach excursions at
<' for Lady Jane for her governess would' 1 with a but tire. Come and see it work (JO b) lowushlp Thirteen south, of range fled Rerun .....,............. Lots III and 20, bltak, 101. Corporation roap... 3 W:1atlldn .. low rates I
not let her play with the children of and will have Tires sel, '1'went y eight (28) east.. Henrr . . .... J..ote21 and 2'J. block 1111. Corporation okay 1 InE. II!<+ very
you never your JOHN F. HOUR L. A E. M. UII'Icne! .,.....All black. 1W, L'orporation map...... .. .. . 26:; Ht For further Information see your nearest railroad agent or write
the servants, and there were no other hot again./ U. S. Marshal. IleireofChariotteUlbeon .... l..ot 112, Uorson's Add.. . .. ....... ... ..... tiT District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast

children within miles. Thanking yon for your patronage i ir ltoenNewmen.......... .......WSSofIol23CoreonreAdd. ., ,.. .. .. .... tiT FRANK C, BOYLESTON JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA LJn.
When she was fourteen years old the past and hoping a continuance in Pat HoweU.... . ............ .9lfotlot23Corwr'eAdd......... ..... ibQ :I J ,
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under ...a'thlilpibEbBN4MN'Btf'ddt4Ff', '...Ma''S'9'af@t1a04FPk[ M-M! Lady ;Jane was taken to court by her the future I remain Section 8 of Chapter 4888! Laws

and after that much Yours to GRANT BLY, .
parents spent serve, of Florida. -- -- -- -- -
and Taa Collector 01 Voluala Fla.
Treasurer City DeLsnd County,
d time there, where everybody was de SCOTT HODQKINS. Notloe is I hereby given that S. .... Baker.

lighted by ber learning her beauty and purohaser ot 'Tax Certificate No. Of Florida East Coast RailwayLocal
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f her wit. At court she was able to Notice to Creditors.Notice dated! 8th day June, A.D IttUU.! has tiled said Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Un Notice of Application[ for Tax Deed Un

v have some recreation but she still kept oertitfce for tax in deed my owes to Inoue. and In has accordance made application with- der Section B of Chapter 4688/!, Laws der Section 8. Chapter 4888 Laws of Time Card No.19. la Effect April ,, 1987.

up her studies, and when the went to la hereby given lust the undersigned law. Said eertiHoate embraces the iollow- of Florida. Florida
i
has been appointed by the County SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RBAD UP.
described situated in Voluslaeountv
spend long periods with her parents at Judge of VolUBiu County, 1<'IOI'ld.., Executor Ing Florida property to wltt Notpe| is hereby given that Thayer\ Notice Is hereby Elven that Thayer A
' Bradgate she had a herd time Basis, purchaser tax certificate No. 097 Vo. 35 Ha. HOSally No. 78 No. .8Dally
gloomy ot the batata ol J.31.Oarland, late deceased All block 73, Seville Snuls, purchaser of tax certillcate No. 8tU STATIONS
of ItIn of said county and has duly qualified aa dated tbe let day of June, 1903, has flledeaid dated the 3rd day of June 1901. has tiled 00 Lally Dally ....-::-
t7
letter she wrote to the suoh Executor. All creditors, legatees, The said land being assessed at the dale certidoatn. in my oltioe, and has made. said certificate in my office, and has madeapplication N II OOPM 2uag Lv............JicknonvUle' .,...._.Ii 7 2I>\PM 6 Bow opf.;...]
a (which oi the Issuance ot such oertllloate in name for tax deed to issue In accordance .. .., '"""]
and >>
distributees+ all persons having olaimi application inr tat deed to issue. ( In aocoidanoe a. "'0 II 08I'M 92H. .?... South J..ok.oovUl..Lv S ,
celebrated scholar Roger Ascham or demands aguinat said estate are. hereby of Seville (;0. Unless said certl- wiiii !tnw. ald certificate embrace with law Said certtUoate embraces 720PM 10 40AM .St. Auguatin...._._ J17PM15PM 7 low CD _
entitled to the duly authenticated loate shall be redeemed acnurdlng to IHW, the following described property eltuated "'0 c::: 7 Baag.I 11 18AM "............... Huttings.m ?? ??. B27PM610PM 645AM r
with whom she used to present same
correspond an the following described property o 80UPM885PM ........ .. .....,...... en
to the undersigned within the time tax deed will issue thereon on the 14th day .wit In Volusia county Florida, to-wit WCS J. BBAw'Lv ? East Palatka Lv... .... 6 25AM O' >
+ ;''', with an equal she tells how whenever by law or the same will be of May, A. D. 1907. sltuntod in Volusia county Florida, t<> i POI ld DON .lr.........._... Ya sett..........?..'". v 4 45PM- 00
6 I
+ she)tried to do anything In the presence barred.preaurlbed Witness my olllcial signature and seal Lot 31, Assessor's Enterprise suction ( Lot 23, block 4, Boillne's Enterprise .740PM02.PM. ll long I/r..........?.. PnletkaA, B BCPM 660AM ""' 1

of her"sharp and severe parents" O. GARLAND, this the 12th day of April, A D. 1IK>7. township 19s, range .tie; ID acresThe date The said land being assessed at the date ; D" Al.?..........Situ Maleo.Lv- 80' 70 .P+
1 [less] SAM'L U. JORDAN said land being assessed at the of the isuuapce. of such certificate In the 0'\' 880PM" 7 Wes Lv.....,,......BaIlMnteo..Ar 0 !IeII; 7 45AM

? either to "speak keep silent, sit, stand 277 Broadway, New York Kxeoutor.: '' City. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County, Fla. of tbe issuance of IY.IY of such K Mxon certificate Unless in the name of Anna Cavon Unless said N IT.g) 8 UIPM012PM 13 82PM L-.,...?..??.?.Hunurlli o-.Lv. 4 4'miJ: 6 82AM b.q

or go eat, drink, be merry or sad be. Dated ADrII18th,1WT.Notice said name certificate shall be redeemed .according law certificate tax deed shall will be issue redeemed thereon according the 27tn to 047PM10COPM 1240PH 111PM ":::::::::::.8l::: ..t:::::= :: 4 8 62PM ePa 6 467AM446AM 25AH" C)

sewing, playing dancing or doing anything Taa to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the on .*". 1 2''''M ..A........ Daytona ,..?, ?...??. 8 42PM _
else," she was constantly criti Notice of Application for Deed Un 2ith day of May 1907. d..yof May 1907. C'S 10 1UM 1 S7P" .,,. .. Port Orange,.....??... 8 BMM 4 86AM. _
to Creditors.Notice der Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws OJ Witness my olllcial signature and seal Witness my official signature and seal ?? 10 aces 2 Ar.New_, Bmyrue..hv, 4 16AM
cised and very often pinched or slapped hereby given that the undersigned Florida this the -loth day of April, 1907SAM'L this the 30th day of April A. D 1007. r "1021A 4 21P Ar.. .......,,. Lnke .Lv 2 8 ( 1
,1 It she did not do it perfectly. D.JORDAN.Clerk SAM'L. JORDAN, a 4 S1P ....? Ornnge ..?.. 1285PU1280PM 8 1S9M
has beto appointed by the County Notice la hereby given that B. A Baker 10 ,.....Orange City Ciy. ...... 6 10PMH n
Fin
Clerk Circuit Voluala Fla 4.
children Court .
In those days were freely JrdgeofYaluelaCourty Florida.Administrator purchaser otax certilicate No. W, Circuit Court Volusla county county r .
10 48vu TlOPM ........ .Now 0' 0 .
"' chastised by their parents even after of the Knvato>: of/llphia} I. T. Varnea,, lated tbe Oth day of June, 18U1I! has filed o. 11 12PM11C3PM 87Pg l.v.. .........?...Onk myroa..At 11..._....,,. 2 S7p. S 40. J
t they bad grown np, and Lady Jane late deceased of said county, and has duly said certificate in my offlce. and has made -- a 8 13PN, Ar......"...-' Lv 1 BBPg 8 = \
qualified as suoh dn>inl_tr.tor. All creditors application lor tax deed to issue in accordance = .
C/) 11 IO.M 6 Art..... .fdanforc. _.w.ILV &sw BfNt
and ??? M.
great heiress though she was of legatees distributees' and all pareses with law. Said oerUttoate embraces O 8 8oPM .Lvt... ...?....S."for.......,,?...tAr II lope 1 low .
the royal blood got her share of whip having claims or demands. against said the following described property situated C/) 11 61PM 1 8 18PM ;......._. ltuevllle.w,.Ar 1 =
pings. But she says that when she estate are hereby notiUed to present the In Volusla county Florida, towiti < U 12 81AM S C M.MM... Cocoa.w.?....LV 1 17PM 8 )"""]
4'' same, duly authenticated, to tbe under. Lots 7, S and 9, block 68, Seville BOld Lumber l eompalY] 12 B5AU 858P" w ....?.Rookie! s-....ww I. t 14PM 2 _
was at her studies she was always signed wltbin two years from this date or 1 mw ?,._.>:ouGnllfaAlclbourns__.._. 12 42PM 1
happy, and when called away from the same will be barred. The said land being assessed at the date U' l lines 4 82m _._. .._...... 12 8.1PM1147AM 1 87AM1268AM .
ot the Issuance of such certificate, in the a 1 bees 511PN087PM !'..._....Sobutlan.St. .?._.._ s (
them she would burst Into tears. SAMUEL FLOWERS name of Geo. H. Young Unless said Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depotat 243AM805AM II f .. _... Lncle......,?... 10 66AM1060AM U02AM1165PM
'; Ajcbam who visited her at Bradgate Administrator. certificate I shall be redeemed according' to DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine 0 -a d ".._..,..Fort Pierce.....!?.._ Z
, Dated April 24th 1907. : .. ... .. ...
law tax deed will issue thereon: the I4th S Bow .? !!bbal ?..? ?_ 10 18AM 20PM Z
when she was a girl of twelve found on 884AU840AM 641PM .--.Helen.-....-.. 10 14AM1000AM 1 15PM1100PM 1
'; her Plato In the original when' day ot May, 1007 Lumber Flooring Ceiling> Mouldings> a Q 64CPM066PM "M..Jen..o.M". 0
k' reading witness my official signature. and seal Q 8 Bow "...._., ...Stuart.,......._ 1000AM886AM 10 Bwx
n', the rest of the family were out hunting. Notice of Application forGuardianrs his 12th day of April, Iliu7.BAM'L f / 4 fees 7 tam ...._Jlobe Bound._'_ 1020PH1000PM
and she told him that she was thankful D. JORDAN, /"h C 4 17 AM 740PM ".,.......Went Jupiter.?.._ V 20AM <
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla Fla Shingles Laths Etc.All 614AM543AM 8 lies _...Wet Palm Beach_.._ 847AM82IAM 9
for having such stern parents as Sale. county 84IPN860PN _..,.IMH>. Boynton......,,.._ 9 SIP 0.
...._ ............ "
strict discipline 'a Q 668AM648AM ._ Delray ?_ 8 13AM 8 Grog L
she had learned by'thelr Notice Is hereby given that the unclerntgned L'' mber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered 1 B'1row _..For. lauderdftie.?. ? 27AM19AM 7 6 be
I to find more happiness in learning guardian of Alice M. Swerdfeger. Notice of Citation.In anowhere in the city. B7AM700AM" a/*>* .. 'Hallwdel0..www.Daol. "" 7 46, ( .

r than In all the pomps and vanities and minor, will, on tbe 20th day of May. A. D. : : 7 87 960PH1022PM ',,waamnn l 709AM644AM 7 70KPM ?
Zee'nolro' Coanty Court. Voluala County, Florida. AH :? w =
11)07) apply to the Honorable J. ... CD
all the pleasures of the world. 750AM1080AM 626AM t 00PM800PM
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' ry. J udge of the County Judge's Court of By the County Judge of said County j j S low ..10.LTt ...._. Ar ......... h
,, ""r 'She was a wonderful child In her Volusla. county Florida, at DeLand. in Whereas, Simeon Swerdlerger applied! : to --- .......... Art....._...,Home.ta......... Lv .?.? ?... 12 CPM
"' knowledge of politics sad of what was said county,for an order to sell at private this Court for Letters of Administration asthe .
ezespt Bandar.Bun.
sale the interest of said minor in tbe (ollow- Estate of Herman O. Swerdfer&rer Dally
In foreign countries andgreat
taking place
log real palate lying and being in tbe county eoeased, late of said County of Volusla. |No.U No,1
Co. f8 NO. 24
;[ + men used to correspond with her of Voluaia. and State of Florida,described These .are,therefore, to cite and admonish Malsby Machinery BeRA ntlDdly o.17 BO.18 el1j Nat No. 20 No.21Dally seta

" tl about affairs/ of state when she was a as follows, towiti The west one half(wy4)) all and singular the kindred and creditors Bun elly S:, Dally Dally KATPOBT BBAMCHJaclcaonTllla. ar. ,II Dally gun.Only .
j little miss of twelve as if she were agroW'D''I'Ioma of lot number seven (7)) of block nun l ber I of said deceased to be anu appear before long Distance Phone Jacksonville| 1=1a.a Boa, Bua Only

bof the intellect. three (3)) of Howry's addition to tbe olty of' this Court, on or before the 2ind day of 074 D 60PM6 4J3PMS| 10PM12 00PMt OOw vww?. .... W 10, 1 OCPHJOCPKl lave
greatest A. D. 1M07 and die it y
DeLand, Florida, and --' April objections. any fl : : OCEAN'STREET KtfW8 62PMA 18PM2 08PM 10 oswLV ,J1a JaotwrvlaewwA a7Aag87. > B 9l B sniUsoraBaom 91roI
, '',;w' .$ut'Dtarllttle, Lady Janet All her All block one ; 'I they have, to the granting letters. aforesaid, 10 80W> ? number hundred and tven- 10 Nw Be Ar1pB Bre6
therwlse the same will be granted a.prayed. MMT 2W 65PW2 45PM LTH.HWAtlnntlo la iw us
and wisdom did not her for the
learning save ty..lx(1211)( ) and the east. one half (el4) of, State Agents ....
t 10 60PMJ7 45PM<6 10PUH 00PM !t m Ar..w .wats rt Lv OOaW7/w 12 mr 6 oom a ewe
, from a sad fate. When she was sixteen lock number one hundred and twentyeight12H : I Witness my name as County Judge of the Celebrated Olds

they,married her to a weak: but otherwise ('\ ) of the town of Lake Helen Florida County aforesaid. thla \2ird) day of March, FENlNSlIAg; AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS): AT MIAMI.

r estimable young man and made Dated at DeLand Florida. April %j. 1907. *' I Gasoline Engine .
SIMEON SWEBDFEOEli I J, LEE MoCRORY
r ,+' ; her queen for a few months.:' Then she OUmrdlln-, County Judge., ENCINt Clot Connection Made si Mlsml wllh Stssmihlpi' cf ihs P. rt 0. S. S. Company.

w was overthrown; taken prisoner and Wright Wright.*
1, : I' early the next year had her head cut Attorneys.. 'Wood and KEY'WEST AND HAVANA.
Portable and Stationary En rine and Bolters, Working[ Machinery,
, off forusurping, / 'the crown. I Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Saw Mills made in seven sizes, Friction Feed Cable Ltghtnlnsr/ Jig.. Patent Train DUcbarx Pa' senger. at Shlp'a Side. No Transfer

"'' It "was her ambitious father who Notice to Non-Resident Section 8. Chapter 4888 Laws of. Chain Set Works and Improved Dopr Ajax Center Crank Engines[ are constructed -

.g ;,' forced! her to take the crown., and he ,I Florida. with special reterence to the special work required of them. This TheuTfmsTab/ee.howthetlmuatwbtohMlnrmayMapeotedtoamroatsnd depart

t t .too.had. ,his bead cut off tor the .bad ID Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit Notice Is hereby given that S. A. Baker, combination of engine and mill makes the best saw mill outfit on earth. Soldon nor from tbe thui sevaral Company atatlona be,held bnt their reaponalble arrlral fox departure any delays at or the any oonMqnenoea times elated la arlalnc not BtiarantMd Ularofrom.
;, 'Advice! be gave his daughter. ,of Florida, in and. for Velusla County In urcbaser of tax certificate No. 98. liberal terms. Write for illustrated 1907 catlog and prices. Completeline I t

Those were stern,, old days when they ,Chancery dated the 6th day of June, 1899 has filed carried in stock for immediate shipment' For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information .
.Kate V.' Bush aid certificate In my office and has made
carried on vtheir political campaigns I pplioatlon for tax deed to Issue In accord- "SEE THE TICKET AGENT"
with an ax. and a learned, gentle andbeautiful WalterVW?Bush I snce with law Said certificate embraces
girl like Lady Jane was out To Walter W Bush I he following described property situated '' .J. .D. RAHNER Axt.. Ocn'l, P....Agent, ST. AUUTIE FLA.
.IS> ALL IT WILL COST YOU
of place in them.' I u Volusla county, Florida, towlt I .
Yon are hereby required to appear to the' CENT to writ for mr VRBID BIGXCLK
Lots 9 to 16 ino block 09 Seville big
But if'she found no sympathy la her Bill Complaint Bled herein against you : m_ u". of ..aht..largae :
'. nB own times she has found It since and 10 tbe above entitled cause on or before the The said land being assesed. at the date ]BIOYnOL6& TIR.ES amend: t 8UNDBlU.*BOCa: DeLand I Saw' and Planing & i
,. more tears have been shed over the sad Brd day of June, A. D. 1907\ = 'I of the Issuance of such certificate In the BKtOW..,.otia m.nu/.ctuier or dealer lath,_id. '" > g Novelty Works
q name of Seville Co. Unless said cerIdoate Mils
The Voluala County Record is hereby **
: "':
; + fate-of,Lady Jane Grey by the present leslgnated/ as the newspaper in Which this shall be redeemed according to law DO No.rersura 'BICYCLE a ",, :::: '

J agarthan,her misfortunes and her virtues order shall be published once a week for I ax deed will Issue thereon on the lib day or on ai-j r Aind:of and. received onr com'', :: ]IS.e tOahlogweillwrtn J. T. CAIRNS, Manager. I
kind of
', four consecutive of May, 1907 og; deacrlbln.; every -
aver caused to. flow In her owner WeBkaWltrew bicycles I OIdp.uemaand latent models,and learn o'f our ft1IIar".b'i'CW
London Snectator.. mv hand and seal of office this Witness" my official signature and seal PH1OB9' and wondflrfol n.w offer made poaaible by selling(:from factory DRESSED"
7rd day. of April, .... D. 1907 I this the 12th day ofdp11,1007. direct to rider with no middlemen prottu. LUMBER'AND
,'' ((9w1)) SAM'L D. JOBDAN. I Clerk/ronlt BAM'L D. JORDAN t /T SHIP APPROVAL vnthoul a red tk) n?, Pay-thoFr.......and ROUGH
3 ,Ifl -. Clerk Court Voluaia county, Fla. allow. 10 D.ra Free 'rrlal."d make other liberal termi which no other ,,
B1 Ben Flob, Deputy Clerk bocce In the world will des You will learn averjtoliur and get mach vaiu
JAS, W. I.'ERK1NtI" able information by simply writing ua a poctaL Celling; Flooring; SIding Turning, Scroll Window and
.
,r+ CASTOR I Solicitor for Complainant Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under We make need a AC.MAgn1:uitable In men every who town and can offer. an opportunity Door Frames, Newel ; Sawing MouldlnA. etc.; 4
to to DDJ7
money young one*
., Section 8. Chapter 4888, Laws of Sheddlnir for droves and Pineries W Crates and Box Material a specialty

l pal' Intoner end Chfl fl7L' Florida $8.50 PUNCTURE-Pfl00F TIRES' Y Contracts taken for the erection. of any kind of a buiding i

to Yw Haia Notloe is hereby given tbat S. A. Baker, r4 < '-.- '- '
Always Bought DELAND
tod FI| OR I DA.
'
!, urohaser ol tax certificate No. 104 lie 'Prtoo taat J .80 8 ; r - ,
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t" "" '.. -
07 aid oertlflouM in my aides and has insdc ro Inlroduoo MmaLsL r
"'f".\, l .CIf ** pplioatlon for tax deed to (s.ue In accord We Will Boll IIA'LB4IACIISYou ,
I.I.! lIP with law Bald certificate ,I
; embraces
<:" -<' .. .noe m Santpla
:- '" ; r ERRYS WONT LEPtttABM
.' > ,w the following described property situated Only m our THE AlII i
; ..,..,.... in Volusla county, Florida, to-wit > )
it
\ OKDCK **SB
WITH
,""1'Y" < .-" Lou 10 to 18 Ino, block 68, Seville t

':t.,. :'1'i'Qatt:: ; .butntiew of th 'oounty"people; Seeds The said land being assessed. at the date NO Result MORE of TROUBLE 15 yean FROM experience( PUNCTURES.in tint ,

",., "' here thla week attending &he sea of the Issuance of auob eertldoate In the from THORNS CACTUS. .
No
n their' worth at harvest' of Unless making. danger
prora same Seville Co. said certificate NetlwtW thick mbbortrMKltrlp
?;, .:Von of the prlmliaal' Coprt. time: Attermerflfgysaroof shall be redeemed according to law, PINS. NAILS TACKS or GLASS. "A" and paaotrn. .?e" qHt BfBQO bt "h '

sncceas, they are pronouncedthe tax deed will issue thereon on the 14th day Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts,.can... anu "D" ales elllL MHp "H".' .
!
mr': J' !!>(: beat and careful of May, 1007. be vulcanized like any other tire. to prevent rllD_CUne. ThI.
'! insure surest by Witness official. signature and seal Two Hundred Thoutand In actual! eta : OverSsvantymja. 'ten wlu oatwe u eth.em.keAO7rT
/ | with .118.: pairs now B6aS1: 0 e -
mi. .od '
,, Yourdealer '
planters
everywhere.
this the ..., of April 1907. rt
'
lath 'r
I Thousand pairs told. tost JjUr; JuBDUto. '
'f year.jpCSOHIPnOMl '
: 1'I') ; i; rG'a FI1ltST
.r f' "} aelb them. 1907 Seed SAM'L D. JORDAN AND LAST
'q,: 'd.t ,I t _, lm1! Anal free on Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, ..I.. Madelnellal.ea! ItVUretyandeagridlnd.eeydunbletadlladhalde.'
<
'.'J:. ', .. r r vrith a.pecla! quality of rubber,which never lxcomer porow and ahkh tla.ea op rm.ll puoctum
;; .. Cashlorloeeeir 'rysboUltR L ra1I''''CJ4t.,BeIeNhMWrf without allowing the air to eacn1 pe, W.taw b..adredJi uI fatten from .tlelled ....to..... aatinxlhrlthelrWrcehw.oalybeenpum ,a '
,js ,. npoacaortwieeeoawholauawn Theywn hromanthsprepndf
: ,, '. ., r' ,""" ,: .,. > Notice of Application for Tax Deed : !:' : : : ..
be prot4lctad :.. Under Sections of Chapter 48dtlLrws daelhetureod.ihit"HofdlDC.clc"...... oa dwhlc Ioprtitreou rIdI""oa.. .It I
.1.
k4d I h,"..,' .,.'. .,. "' pr ,K 1'l' W.promptly obtain p a and gnrnlgn of Florida. or Kit ":.nMAofwidwrlWnnadlhworercommak': Th refular' fete from, beinarqueued thm i itire. $1.t

.-.reel, ? :11<:-.1, :Notloe:! Is bereb given that. A. Baker, ..U IS o aw.tbpeacia I.ctoryprle.to tW rider /, whoa.
:: :';' ':;.z I'.t l':1 ,, purchaser of Tax Certificate No 10D, of only l4.Ho per pair' All order anlpprf umedy letternreceNed. W..blp .O.D. oaappraral, l tO'al
rt:14ab1e: dated the 8th day of June A D., 1H97! has Von do not qyatwrt until yon have examined and found them Mrictly: a.repreaented.W.will .
/. ,
,
/ V PATENTS filed said certificate office and' has all>iwaeuBdlw>onn,oer cent (thereby makinrlheprice S> pair) Bye.eead. style
...H. ", ,1I.,' x my rvt-t CASH WITH ORDER: and enclose thla adVertiMnent. We will/ aLa aend one nickel
.t.rycompIUI !;'f' ,,011 i isYetoh made .application for tax deed to Issue in .. .........
l'e .t4 plated b.... haniT pump and two.. ..- aMtomctar;anon os full paid ( meW "
't't:'' :: ': r policy 1 :xpiriwr .t accordance with law.' Bald certificate em.b puncture starts to be used ia octal t"eollonalalr.cut.or heavy........). Tina to N, .... I ea ad "Shield'Brnd Shoes
/ photo of Invention lor _. the. foilowta described property at OUB u-penM If for any rcuon they an not Httafaclory on a.mlnnuon. toe the mark
'I'IBowb .
'-' ; tn lrft,, y w as ability !)>orfr albooiv I situated in Volu.la county, Florida W-wlti W.an perfectte>reluibh> and money ant to ua ia u.aafo aa in a r-a A* ymrr PoMmaMer. perfection.
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iHrftey *,ttr > triteCASNOW Lota 1 to 1 too' block 68 Seville. :wkr o i'wbu HOLD ,
,,1 "" I'" '" I'atanb axe ,,The laid Iud ssseseed, at dale t_ U.... you wilt 11.1 fea'b."wNi'r .'r brt'tarul.ri wa01d'ger :aarlaok DY RELIItBLG MpaCrlANTa ONLY
Us being the saes than fire avartrecd or teen at say mhw. we know Ihayor sell ba wwell pleased
number sixteen.: t.: '. tit the lasuanoe of such certlftaate !In the -1. youluw All/C. .K.ERCO. .M '
wltl ord.
a your we woof esd amaa
Iha wtgr want a blc7tte p. W a.
u troll
.
+ '\\-1.:; : name of Seville Co., Unless" .aid certlfloate order atones, Waa l61.4tlrr:nose .' .err .", _,.,, ? e' J JCOASTERIJRJIKES ufcturer8.
IiANCE'AkMi'1J4' .,'. shall be redeemed according- to- law, t>ull )r.tlaoa4aa: anrtdlea, pod.U. and I A TP NT A. ,
atbatfthawiiai QA"n
taut deed will "Issue thereon the 14th j arTioTa'by n.
on day .
r ......... Ji.UIlDRlI'.. '
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:'j/J I In ot May A. D. 186'T. ,, |>rice.charged by dealer and repair ,rln/orgy, oo>> '' Ha7ttq .
but n. MO* RI x
: Wetness or MBotal signature aiid'seal 047. HOT WAIT bicyeta. or r pate o< Ure. from anyone anti: reel ...:!IM new aa4wonderfulccTara '
''!' this uu day ot Iprll A, D. 1DU'?.
ilJ.1"\ >1t wa ppatal Mar. )
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