The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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A Gr.al float D...... Upon Properly

Pr.....* U.rw.0... Councilman BIelby Elected President mow i

Pressing a garment I I. half of tie By a Vote of Seventeen to

making, and a nicely made gown will of that Body.

be ruined If It Is not properly pressed.In Seven She .

the majority of cases tbe amateur The new City Council held Its first r

eI / dressmaker either allows the garment Senator Humphries, who Intiodnced tbe meeting last Monday night with all

Bill, opposed it, and Senator Beard members present {
to become else the
I shiny or seams
Infants Children. r
l- for and are not sufficiently pressed and. have a eald it would be an unconstitutionalact The first thing it did was to elect a

CfMtorta Is a harmless I substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- drawn look. All this may be overcomeIf topl&IIslt. president and this honor worthily fell to nWRONGS

gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Plea. nt. It care I la taken, and no doubt many Refusal of the Senate to meddle in the the lot of Councilman Bielby There ,
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic learn Stetson muddle was determined in avery wan no opposition, and that he will
will\ be urprlsed to that It Is the
subatauce. It destroys Worms and allays FeverlnlmeHS.
few minutes yesterday.The {make a wise and moat
It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth board on which the material I pressed acceptable presiding
Ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho that U all at fault. In tbe bill which provided for changes officer there is no doubt. He Is a

Stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural Bleep. ..The ironing board should be well reported charter of the college, had r een successful, progressive and levelheaded]
adversely the
by Committee
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's :friend. padded. To do this an old comforter Judiciary and the chairman. Senator:! on business man of DeLnnd], Hud the Connell -

The Kind You Have Always Bought .should be used, and on top of thin a Buckmau, moved indefinite postpone. made no mistake in his election.

couple of old blankets. Old sheet ment. The president then announced the

1 Bears the ,Signature of .. make the beat Ironing cloth Double Seventeen voted to kill the bill and following". standing committees for the S

". and pin securely to the blanket each seven voted to save it. ensuing/ year, the first. named being designated

side of the board, or they may be sew Senator Broome was the onty one to as chairman:

H ed on with large stitches If preferred, say a good word for the measure, and Fln..nce-R II. Boyd, W, M. Woodward l.
but these coverings must be frequently even he seemed pnzzled as to a line of and E. L. Hon.

.. changed; therefore pinning la all that defense after Senator Board had 1 torn Fire and water-8. B. Wilson W. C.

I Is really necessary. One will be welt sway which any constitutional underpinning Jackson and, Z. T. Bielby.
upon the bill might have rested,]
repaid for axing an Ironing or pressing "I was asked to Introdnce StreetH Bielby, Hon, Wilson. f"
In Use For Over 30 Years.Professional this hill S"nltaryWomlw..rlJack.on, Hon.

.. '..'OWN .9....... .... ..U"".... .Ir!'. 0...... board In this way, and seam may be explained Senator" Humphries, "and did Building Jackson, Bieiby Boyd. r
-roO" firmly pressed on a board inch aa the so as a favor. Tbe author did not Ordinance, Hon, Woodward, Bovd.

one described without their becoming wan' the bill referred to the Committeeon This Is a business Council of live bus
-- ihlny. Judiciary, bnt to the Committee on iness men.

For pressing all dark materials It la Education, bnt I Insisted] that if I were
ctar The
s. Clerk at this
meeting reported
}- to introdnce the bill it must be referred as
... tai l-lenty or lonuavno.. well to keep a cotton cover for tbat to the former committee. collected for water rent for the month

JAMES W. PERKINS; Augustus/ Thomna the well known purpose alone, a* colored materlaleare "After I had examined the bill," of April the sum of 127318. The marshal f
to stain.
playwright, was talking about first apt To press Beams)
added Mr.
Humphries. "I satisfied
was reported collected for the month
nights and the heartrending anxiety: of open, lay the right side of the material that
it was not a matter for the Legislature 857 In fines and sanitary fees.
ATTORNEY and< COUNSELOR-AT- them "On my own first nights" be next the board and open the seam. to handle."I .
Mr. Stevenson
LAW, said, "I am a pitiable object, utterly Run a thimble filled with water up think the bill had better be was re-elected Marsha L I -
hung oi the and the
and down city, city engineer, lire-
allowing a small quantityof
without hope, convinced In advance up If we pass the bill it will\ give those ,
DeLand. Florida. man nightwatohman and .
that my play Is bound to fall. At such the Water to remain all along tbe Baptists who are not in favor cf It something of the shell pit all superintendent re-elected.
Will Practice In State and Federal] times I often wish I hnd the self con- earn. Some women may prefer to usea to scrap over. I am a Baptist were Alumin ,

Courts fidence of Charles Reade. He, after spoon to dampen the seam with. myself and consider!\ that we should not A petition was read from abutting '''',.,

be had dramatized bis novel of 'Never Have a moderately hot Iron BO as not pass this bill. It is a family quarrel and property owners asking for the paving food :
of East Voorhis Avenue and causes )
STEWART & BLY, Too Late to Mend wrote on the mar to scorch tbe material and It la all Important the"Legislature has no business to bntt ordinance was given for, tbe notice carrying of an 1 i1lliillh!!

gin of a certain passage 'If the audl that the seam should be Ironed in. into effect the request of these citizens. stomach disorders-Its continued l iWilliuJI iIIlw

ATTORNEYS"-AT-LA W. ence fall to weep here tbe passage has until perfectly dry. Do not stretch the Senator Beard told of the long time Petition was also read from abutting

not been properly acted. material, but hold the seam tbat Is given by the committee in consideringall property owners asking tbat Clara Ave., use means permanent i

Office: in Bank Budding DELAND being pressed so there will be no danger arguments for and against the bill I from New York to Howry Ave., be it
Branch office over Po.tofitceDAYTONA British Choral Boelvtlm. of It puckering.To and was convinced that the Legislature ', paved, and notice of ordinance given to injury to health. III
no right to act.
If In tbe pure artistic sense the British press a hem, plait or a large this effect. the advice of medical Ii I
D Landis Bert Flab "It may be that the Legislature ha. Following IIII
Cary people cannot be laid to be mu- plain surface take an old piece of Notice was given of renewal of ordi- .

LANDIS & FISH sisal I, there are. It mast be admitted, cotton material (a pillowcase woulddo no Broome right, to"bnt pass the this Legislature bill said has Senator passed nance for north paving Clara, Ave. from Minnesota scientists, England and France have J ''II "
to tbe
Individuals In multitudinous numbers ) and. after placing the material to many bills which it should not have cemetery '
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- who cultivate with eagerness both vocal be pressed with tbe right side down, passed." The Sanitary. Committee reported the passed laws prohibiting its use I

AT-LAW, and Instrumental music. But there thoroughly wet the muslin and wringIt worn out condition of tbe cess pool
"I am not a lawyer. continued Mr.
tank and in bread l
wagon Hodgkin orderedto
was I making.
k. DeLand, Florida Is unquestionably no people who devote out, place It smoothly over the ma- Broome, but I heard the argument, make a new one for at a cost "r.nln1.
Will Practice In State and Federal] as much time and earnest study terial and Iron until dry. If this Is and though I stand single.handed before( of *UO. wagon American housewives t

Courts. and practice to choral singing al the lone to one part of a dress all part I the Senate.: I believe- it-- is'- ftnnitv_ ._n,. and a The Council
Special facilities for examining and English and this from tbe sheer love must be treated In the same way or It Just measure : pushed the following resolution should protect their house
perfecting land titles of It.-Edward St. John-Brenon la will bo noticeable where It has been "I don't know of what religions denomination .
Strand Magazine. pressed.-New York Telegram.AN I am," cried Senator Heard, Resolved, That the Clerk send noticesto holds against Alum's wrongsby =
J L. MCCRORY, as he told of the various creeds adheredto all property owners who have been

Old LcproaT La...... IDEAL QUILT. by members of his family. cement ordered and by ordinances other walks to along construct their always buying pure Grape --

In the earliest code of British laws "Where do I stand i I don't know property, that unless said walks are constructed
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand what I he < Cream of Tartar Baking _
am Bald, he concluded
3 flow extant-namely, that of Hoel Dbs.a Don Away' With the C.am.y Tucking as at once the Council will contract -
famous king of Cambria (the present In at tb. Corner. his appeal tot the bill. to have. said work done and all Powder.
Florlda_' Senator Bncktuan then told of the cost Incident thereto will be charged np
Wales), who died about the year 060 In a Massachusetts farmhouse I
A. D.-we find a canon enacting In found an Ideal quilt. It was of a beau- many questions members of the com against said property and owners as Pure Cream of = -_ ..
B...1., B. Wright, S. B. Wright Jr. mittee had asked at tbe hearing of those provided bv ordinance.The 9 J Grape
plain and unmistakable terms that any tiful shade of green and white with a who wanted the change of charter and V
& WRIGHT, following resolution also
was Tartar Powder is be had
WRIGHT married woman whose husband was running border of Ivy leaves. The the replies had bean ptatements of satisfaction passed: to _

ATTORNEYS LAW.NO'rARIES. afflicted with leprosy was entitled not chief beauty was Its shape. It was ', with it. I, for the _
That the Marshal. be inssi'noted to see asking-
PUBLIC only to separation bat also to the re t\)- Senator Sam told of the growth of I that the ordinance regulating the speed
tntlon of her poo.V Stetson-how it had expanded: from S,
OiftVn: at Telegraph Office. an of automobiles and other vehicles be O e
.. almost log cabin school to the institution strictly enforced agd when arrests are
Dx. AND, FLORIDA. of fine nildings of to day, and made for violations of said ordinance Buy by nameLRoyal.-.
Do You Open Your Mouth declared that all it wanted was to be let that we request the \Mayor to strictly

J E. ALEXANDER, Like young bird and gulp down what alone. enforce the penalty provisions of said
Constitutional obstructions to to the ordinance when of is furnished
ever food or medicine may bo offered you? proof guilt -
.ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Or,do you want to know something of the bill were cited by Senator Beard, who him. '
composition and character of that which said: "It this bill is passed, it will\ \place The following Do"rof Health was

Office in Brush Block. you take Into your stomach whether as tbe Senate in the unenviable position of elected for the ensuing year: .
having passed a bill it knew to be
DeLand, Florida. food or medicine? ). unoonstitntiona Dr. Gt A. Dxvlii, physician; MeaarsJ ,
Alit Practice In State and Federal Most Intelligent and .sensible people ( A. Dreka, W. V. Gould and W. S: .
Courts now-a-daya Insist on knowing what they I This concluded the argument, and the Taylor

employ whether as food or as medicine.Dr. motion for Indefinite postponement
pre Mr. S. B. Wright asked that the .
O. A. DAVIS, Pierce believes they have a perfect vailed.-Tallahassee Morning Sun.IIULLIW'S .
DR DeLand Clerk's Association be allowedtoconeolidate !
righttoAtsfetnponauchknowledge. So he with tbe fire departmentin AT THE CHURCHES. The colored Salvation Army meetingwas

PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, publlahea.-tauiJcasI' and on each bottle- a joint nse or fire department build. abruptly broken up by the sheriff

DELAND, FLORIDA. wraoper. whatJiTTliMdlffnes are made ofan ing. The matter was referred 10 bnild- as it was opening for the evening on the

Office at residence, Indiana avenue, : wfte. This he feels ., wieta ov eta BIO VICTORY tug committee with power to act. St. llurnabua' Church. corner Boulevard and Indiana avenue

Conrt House. th h Ingrcdlenta ord LSI.t which his medicines tn n pr A ; PLAP Under the above caption the weekly The building committee was Instructed St. Barnabas' Episcopal chnrch Rev. last Saturdoy night. The negro, Perry

Office Hours: I 0 to 19. 9 to 4, and 7 to 8. are made. arestudli'f and.unilorstooa in Banner of Ocala, Flo., has an article to have the city pound made HOO Campbell May 10th Gray, Whit Rector.Sunday or Pentecost. Jones, one of the leaders, and the singer
aooo QUILT BCHBMI. quoted from the New
more *lll their superior curs ve v lrtuea Enterprise, published proof.
\ the taken in
7 Communion 0 m.llorn fOil aggregation
a in Holy a. was charge
iy\R3. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. jxAtd -. generous In width but the length bad at Madison, Fla., whsob reads aa The Conncll audited the current bills ;
log Sunday school
: a m.
and the arrival of
jailed, awaiting
For the cure of woman's peculiar weaknesses been carefully adjusted. so that there follows: before It and adjourned until the next 10:HO a m. Choral service with sermon. a

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Irregularities and derangements, was no .surplus. at the top. At the foot "The most interesting legislative Inci regular meeting. 0 p. m. Evensong. Dally service at 5 p.m. deputy sheriff from OranKa'connty..
!giving rise to frequent headaches, backache was a flap twelve lushes wide and In dent of last week was the fight over a Jones was wanted at Sanford for steal.'
dragging! -down pain or distress In proposed amendment to the charter of The First Methodist Episcopal Church.
length: just the Width of the bed. This Ing. The balance of the army left
Office on East New York Avenue lower abdominal or pelvlo region, accompanied Stetson University The
was a
Rev. Wm J. Harkne Ph D. Pas
tucked under the mattress and UeLand at .
DELAND, FLORIDA. ofttimes, with a debilitating was pretty one waged by Dr. Hnlley, president Letter to Rev. J E. Gates. tor. once.Women
eatarrnal drain and kindred made It Impossible for one's feet to of the .
pelvlo, symptoms -
University, single handed -
the Children'
Day exercises I I
S. MUNSON of weakness Dr. Plerco's Favorite stick out. It bad the added advantage /
DR. A. and alone, representing a majority of DeLand, Fla. to be held at the First M. E. church
Prescription Is a most efficient remedy.It of doing away with the clumsy tuckingIn the trustees add on the other side the as Well as Men
morning there will be
next Sunday
: no
Rev.Slr We should
: to ask
effective In
Is equally curing painful your
at the corners for the sides bung Florida Baptist Convention
PHYSICIAN. In strength to nursing represented advice on a certain thing done it pre\chln//( service but Rev Harknesswill
HOMEOPATHIC periods. giving : : was
smooth and E. W. In Ex-Governor Jennlnna of the Are Made Miserable
.tralgbt.-L. by of
mothers and In preparing the system of right or wrong? We shall have to stateIt. preach the sermon at the union by
the expectant mother for baby's coming Good Housekeeping Florida, Ex-Senator C. A. Carson. Hon. services held in the Christian church
Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug1 including names,
thus rendering childbirth safe and comparatively N. P. Bryan, of the law firm of Bryan next evening on the theme Kidney Trouble. <
D. F. Dreioorn Is
; Store. a painter Holyoke, .
ir.. .
painless The "Favorite Prescription & Bryan, Rev. W. A. Hobson, of Thin
pastor "What Ye of Christ"?
8 B. Yoar..ir.You
Maes. John Donohneis
OFFICE HOURS 10 to It a. to 5 J. an architect,
m.I'; In a most potent, strengthening the First Baptist Church of the city ot ,
and 7to8p.m. tonic to the general system and to the will save yourself much fancied Springfield, near by. '
Jacksonville, and Rev. Dr. L D Kidney trouble upon
DeLand Florida. organs distinctly feminine In particular.It unhappiness If you put out of mind of the convention. Geiger, Lonohne was building, at Holyoke, worth League of the First M. and lessens prey ambition the mind, discourages
Is also a soothing and Invigorating the girls richer than yourself In mate the Holy Family Institne. letting the E! church will hold.a social at the homeof ; beauty vigor' j
DR. JOHN REEVE, nervlne and cures nervous exhaustion, rial wealth and do not strive to Imi- "All of Wednesday" afternoon, and work by bids, tta usual. Drelcom got Mrs'' W .J, Harkness, Wisconsin i i. ""I: '.:J' and cheerfulness soon
nervous prostration, neuralgia} hysteria':i Be then until late into tbe night these !gentlemen the point job; the paint was to be leadaniloil Ave., Friday evening. May 18. Music, 6; disappear when the kidney -
them In
spasms, chorea or [St. Vltus's dance, and tate your entertaining. argued the case before the Sen- and recitations will be the are out of orderor
JYSICIAN: AND SURGEON, other distressing nervous symptoms attendant yourself and use the facilities which ate Judiciary committee, which to games dlsMMd. .
functional and organic diseases Bnt Drelcorn said to himself: "lead. feature of the evening. Everyone In-
i of the upon distinctly feminine organs.A your modest home affords. Your boy accommodate the crowd, held its sessions and.oil isn't half so good as Devoe and It te.ested in the League are nrgned to be Kidney trouble has
Office in store recently occupied by host of medical::; authorities of all the and girl friends do not come to view in the Supreme Court room. Dr. costs more money, what shall I do!" present become so prevalentthat

: Dr. Mellcttc. Residence 4U8 Welt several' school* of practice, recommendeach furniture and to overeat, but to enjoy Halley bad, distinguished gentlemen He painted. Devoe; and after the work ______ It Is not uncommon I
1 New York Ave.DeLand of tho :several: 1 Ingredient, of which: your companionship. The accessories against him, men who wera trained In was done told Don oh no. Haying: "If Baptist Church. I t' ..for a child to be born

-. Florida. Favorite Prescription Is made for the are Incldeutula. A clever story, an the law, and who are known as forceful thatUn't better than any lead-and.oil afflicted with weak kid-
of the diseases for which It Is claimedto Service on Sunday at 11 and If the child
euro speakers, but President Halley more a. m. neys. urlnates -
I'll make It
DR. H..D. BRACEY. bn a cure. You mar read what th..ysay musing game, will be remembered than held his own against them all and job so. 7::ill) p. m. The subject of the mornings too often If the
/' yourself by sending a postal card long lifter tbe kind of dowers or quantity by practically the nnanlmons vote, of Was Drelcorn right or wrong in discourse will be "Vision and Service;; urine the flesh or If. when the child

1 request for a free book jet of extracts: V of silver that graced the feast la the committee, gained the victory. The pointing/ lead-and oil job. Devoet that of the evening, the text: "&w I reaches an age when It should be able to
from the authorities, to Dr. R. Yon ask how it tnrned ont This was
DENTIST leading! "
Pierce, Hotel and "Surgical' InItiitx forgotten. Put your gueeta In the committee reports the bill back to the six, : ago. Now Donohne has My Brothers' Keeper. Anthem in the control the passage It la yet afflicted with
linlTalo N. Y.,alftl It will come to frame of mind of a small boy of my Senate unfavorably and it In safe to say another years job there, a big addition to the morning and solo by Prof. Webb B. bed-wetting1, depend upon It, the cause of
Office: First door west of Bank. by return post Hill in the evening 'quartette and duett. the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and the first
rou acquaintance who said to his host, that tbe charter of Stetson University Catholic Hospital and he doesn't ask ;
DeLaD" Florida. ; Yon invited.At step should be toward the treatment of"
will remain are cordially ,
If have another unchanged.
Mr. Black you ever bids for the painting, but says to Drel these Important organs. This

I MASSAGE c' -- ,children' party I'll come." The day after the above argument, corn: "Go ahead Dreicorn and give me the Presbyterian Chnrch. trouble Is due to a diseased condition unpleasant of the .i''
: -' the Education Committee from the as good a job as you did on the Insti- kidneys and bladder and not to a habit I a
-- ALFRED ,HOWARD, :, \ ; Gold D.*vra<.4 China.I Honse of Representatives heard the tnte, Tat'l the best paint job I over The nsnal services moat people suppose, : M. ;.\

:, ') > A. M GOODMAN, M. D. DRAFTSMAN I I tf :china I II decorated with gold It argument and they also sustained Dr aw." Sunday school at 9:45: preaching at 11. Women aa well as men arsfmada m...-. "'
SURVEYOR AND should never be washed with soap, a* Hnlley who made a tbree hour's speechIt The question Is "Was Dreioorn right The Rev. Dr. Harkness will preach at rable with kidney and bladder trouble .

MISS MAUD GOODMAN I I It has a dulling effect and after a time was laid by those present that U wasa In painting Devoe when" he had agreedto the unIon service held In the Christian and |both need tha aama'greatremedy.I ;
Mapping a Specialty tremendous tnrrifio knock-out argument paint lead-and ? church Snnday evening The mild and the Immediate effect of
Uses the gilt to rob off.. Hot water, that the Doctor put and that That isn't quite all. Lead-end.oil Is '
np ---- Swamp-Root la soon realized. It la sold 1
BOULEVARD ass no barm.. It I la better soy, and. he completely wiped the floor with exacted: to last. three If Drelcornhad if
F up years
by In fifty-
On ] the druggists.
4'! .Ifc VOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT, I If (no rainwater be bandy It Is) aneasy his opponent The Senate ha since used lead-and oil. there would have school Saturday will Presbytarlan'Sunday Blue'take cent and one dollar '
v matter to boll It. well than re- voted on the question giving tbe been another job for him or plonlo *t ..
/. INVESTMENT: and TITLE INSURANCE victory somebody All member of all branches of 'be Sunday alzes. You may have a| i Vi
. ] -COMPANY. 4twe N to the> proper temperature. The to Hnlley by an overwhelming, majority. else three years HBO. school and church are Invited.<1',he ample bottle.). by. mall
miter the drying cloth the better. Use Was he right loselng. that Job for free also 1
V. H.. :yOORHlS, himself wagon will leave the church promptlyat pamphlet tell- B_.5..Pama I
Bert Flab Cary D. Landls.. li ;she the article are oat of or somebody-else three :year all.about < \
moment What Oar Reporter Saw in New York.: and 8.30: o'clock.; There i will bn no lag ( It, Including many of the*
4 President See y and Tneaa.; Dentist the water say an. exchange. To rinse MKOt) gallons De'Y08 expense to members of the. Sunday thousands of. testimonial letters received,\< ,
A recent visit to of The Institute took 200
?, .. one the'largest school. But from sufferers cured."In Dr. Kumar ;
retard tbe
Ioool| l4 water is to drying.Bwldesv every person attending the writing; ,
paint factories in the world Mild cost Sl.OOO; the paint has worn it*!
Titles Insured. p, O."-Plock DeLand 'FJa.; many crack In china are due disclosed ; picnic.Is to provide their own lunch. I St! Co., Binghamton ''I N Y,,..be_ aura and,
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect ; ; machinery' that Wall producing 10,000 years, when Donohne says "it's the best mention this caper.. ""* J' <..," '
to'.the, sudden plunge from hot to cold gallon of Paint and doing it better mint Job he ever saw.", U he hak used ,
ed. Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup Hours: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to'4W. ] Don't any'nuBtake.butrememV,
water. aeltchuarn and In lea time than 100 gallon could lead-and oil. it would have cost" $ ,300 Methodist,Episcopal ChoVflliSo., a. make r
plied.Opposite Volusla County Bank.- ) be made by band mixing. _, For tbe two paint job (six and three I Regular services every Sabbath >at 11 bertha name. Swamp-Roof'Dr. Kil-1, ..

DELANO. FLORIDA .. ...: This was the celebrated L:& !of. Paint. ynors age X and be hungry. for, ,paint., ] emend 7 80.p m; Sunday school at ,1Q<<1 mer'a Swamp-Root, ;'''wed, the'address **

C, CANNONS' t 1 little cblU should ), never be .al-! The L. & M. Zino harden L. & M. a'raiu; o- a m; Junior Epworth League 8 pm Seu- Blmrhajnton. NI G. on every'bottU1''t "'"*
CITY REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE l led to'" o ta I sleep ,with Its! 'facepattly White Lead and make L. & M. Paint Dreioorn lost 11,800 of business andto4)k lor Epworth League 6 BO p mi mtd-week :_ : .: ._ ,

OFFICE OF Livery 'Feed and Sale Stables under: bedclotbjng. Moth- .wear like Iron for 10 to IIJ year. ) took the risk of making ,Dunobne prayenneeting Wednesday,'7 80 p m, A -"' .. ., -" .. '{ 1 "...J.''A '1 \
mad bill business l forevert
ana losing all cordial invitation Ja''.steaded to all
er4ar to kaowthl*,.'bat .4 L & M. -
snpponedj gallons
with 8 gallons to save. the Holy Family Institute I12W) theee services.I J. F.. 'NORMAN:" "...:J! 1
often' 'A child's Linseed Oil 7 .
cerele.s face
TurnoutsBus they'-imo make
E. H. HAYWARD 'Pine Fashionable gallon of paint at the :
bpM'les! fuss of paint ;join'J >> ... ,,
nidet"be" eaUrely""uncovered'whennIleeplso a cost of lees than 11.30>> gallon., I ,
meets all train* at A. CfvPrnpertyaspeclalty. He writes Harks ine"t morning and afternoon F B. that It Inhale only perfectly: If say defect exist In L & M. Paint, painter;, and which, wonld yon paint : 'Il0'CAItYASSIl(4: 4F

, 'b. for the Aetna, "The leading fire insurance O. By train nt Orange City, end night pUnr?air",'_au!. trot that which' has al-, will repaint hooaa for nothing* roar' church, leaden-oil or De.oelf VaJ. ,'U not a:float twl)ringer 'doe ,
-t company of America1'--one of the trains at UeLand Junction. U. 8 M.II) .IS Donation of L. & M. made I /rfn t qF ii p'g iloX i F9ieSlelt: > 'op :7>;
rfady. heegs breathed, jit trifling ) to ohnrohU Yours F Q : wA
few fire companies now very popular In both mutes Hacks meet boats at Bereaftnl. j ., trulysr ,.,'", u ,nofihav'{ time' to o""'lIBaJ, |Pl.a*.naif :
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'RECORD. There is some talk and news ALL OVER THE COUNTY his bride down from the North first ot Orange City. ,.
|'V about JudgeStewart's --"
r: ; paper comment for I Mr, A. B Prevatt and two children (MiHS Ada G. Massey I Is the duly accredited Watts & Miller Co. a'
s ; returned Wednesday of this week after anent of The Record at Orange (Incorporated)
t i Catered the Postoffloe at DeLand Fla* nor. It is a fact that the friendsof Till
t. ma wooed class matter. Judge Stewart of 'Volnsia CORRESPONDENTS. past three weeks. ads for the same. Any courtesies extended '
hor will be duly appreciated.) ) HARDWAREFURHITDRE.UHDERTAK1NG
County, without regard to fac- We have been visited with some very j ..1;

t B. E. PEKTATT, Editor Proprietor. tion, are urging him to becomea Pierson. refreshing and long looked for shower Master Preston Prevatt was in OO. .

... .- the past week, which were much appreciated '
before buy
-" candidate,and if he should run by all. : to spend Sunday with relatives. See us you yourHOUSE

The present Legislature is try he will have substantially the Capt. Peter Pierson is cultivating a Mind Susie L. Marshall returned to Mrs. Count and Mrs. Campbell were FURNISHINGS \

ing to make history for the State solid democratic vote of Volusia broad acreage in corn this. season. her home ID Atlanta, Ga., Unit of this. In town from Enterprise Thursday.. ,

County, and should he enter the Ed Parrott was. a passenger to !DeLand week, after spending the winter herewith :Mss! Emma Cannons was the Rues\ WE CARRY A VERY ATTRACTIVE LINE OP .

,,, A fine crop of pineapples beginning race he would furnish a live and from here last Sunday afternoon.Ira Mr. and Mrs E. M. Woolwine of her'little friend Miss Marlon Rader SUITS,MATTINOS.. NATIONAL'PRINOS' and RED' ROSS'"j

to move to market from energetic campaign, and if elected Beeves, a faultless citizen of Rev. Mr. Lowder wishes announced a few days last week<<' _. .- "*'

the lower East Coast. the of Turpentine City was in town last Fri- that he will preach in the Methodist Mrs. Hlckte and son Wendall left MATTRESSES'I...
'Would make people
church !Sunday: night, as quarterly con for their old home in Vermont last : Frost I lathe Refrigerator
day.This Goods SpecialtyWhite
!Impartial Reed and Rugs a
The Florida Legislature is get- Florida an honest, fair and place was blest with a bountiful ference at Barberville Sunday Ins Wednesday to be. ,gone until Septem Dixie Mosquito Canopy.: Non..bett.r on the Market .

ting .a hustle on it. It has two chief executive, during rainfall last week which was much caused him to not fill his regular ap i be?. Try s e

weeks of existence. who'se administration there needed. polntment here. Mr. Heebner's family took the mid- FUNERAL DIRECTORS'
more W. P. Nelson New Yorker who I train for Jacksonville last
would be no talk of graft, or an was a Peaches are going into market rapidly night

1?.' Since the rains set in the or- abuse of the great power bestowed stopped. at the Mrs Neis Pierson houseFriday. now, and so far prices have been Thursday, thence to Lan dale. Pa I Mr. J. A. Stith and A' graduate
perfectly the home market their Northern home. In embalming, bY'tbe
trees are blooming down him the people of his satisfactory State Board of Health, Is In
ange upon by' We to note the tact. that
are sorry np to$4,00 and $4.50. and the Northernat Mr. and Mrs. Piper left today, Wednesday and .
1 further in the orange belt where state. Judge Stewart her been i Capt. Peter Pierson is sorely afflicted $:i.OO. The growers do not look for via St. Johns River for Jack charge will give of this prompt department and careful ....:.:

t they have remained do r man tj" Judge of the Criminal Court of I with rheumatism.Dr. much less prices owing to scarcity of sonville where they: will rest some attention to every detail of this

from the drouth. Record of this county for the past : O. F. Gamble of Centerville, fruit north of Florida. days before going on northward.Mrs. work.

Sonth Carolina" was in town Thursdayon
1: Volusia will have the famous sixteen years, and always holds a prospecting tour tsp Irb> and infant daughter arrived I funeral Supplies r'I

: that a public office is a public Port from Jacksonville last Wednesday Stock.
road of the State in Stephen Blchiuson and his lovely Orange. Always
liard surface also Mr. Willie WhelJon.: They
should be honestly adminis-
trust bonnie wife sallied forth from here to

;,, completion of the DeLand-Day- tered. If elected to the Gover- Crescent City Saturday. ? There was an enjoyable hop at Meek- I argil visiting "the old folks at borne:

,;' tona road, work on which is progressing norship'' he' would certainly see Foreman Andrew Harper and his er' Hall Monday night. Mr. Charles Martin Mrs. Clark's -

; rapidly at both ends. wouldbe crew are working early and late ship Uncle Henry !Hauls: has been rattling eHlclent salesman is running the

that the state government ping the Minabew-Harper vegetablecrop. grits at Pattillo &: Co's this week, dm store during her absence, with the The. Hqbart M. Cable''' Pianos.
Volusia administered in the manner assistance of his cbusln. Miss Bessie
,The peach growers of in the absence of M. T Pattillo. ...
I' their and form as provided by Jaw, and Martin. ,}ft6 one ever thinks of making comparisons -
are DOW all busy B. B. Mlnshew, a wealthy land ownerof Rev. A J. Wilder, the popular rector '

.'i to market, and you should that taxation was limited to the this place who makes a specialty ol of Grace Episcopal chnrch, spent Tiles Have you noticed the improved appearance !; between-the Hobart M.:Cable

crops the checks they are getting needs of the government and all ,locating naval stores. plant., went to day In our village/ calling on old and of the V' I. A.. barrels. ? well, t a' 4 ':" ,tt Pianos vand any' other Piano. The

see $7 crate. departments fairly, honestly and Hernando county last week. making new friends wjth} the new coat of paint and the superiority of the Hobart M."C.blo
Lack-$5 per hoops driven on and nailed< In place _
John Horn the hammer and tong C. W. Johnson and wife have movedto '
i economically administered i i they should stand up for some time. 5 Piano is BO piarked, that whe.n; one
Taft is setting down pretty he be candidate he will doctor of the Lake George timber West Jupiter taking charge of the ('
Mr. a been for speaks. of Pianos l In simply the HobartM.
baye busy
for company. Snndayed at home here with F. E'C. Ky. office there, and Mr. J. A. Carpenters \
ty hard on Firebrand Foraker find the best element of his 'industrious home-loving family.Mr. Bailey boa taken his place here several days on the Library building, t". M. Cable. This Piano Is a delight to

: supremacy out in Ohio. He has county, regardless of politics, 'I E. C. Byrd of Turpentine City, J. M. Glazier, pastor of the Metho- taking in the upper back porch for 1 the skilled musician: The tone is rich, ,--\) ,

+, Foraker on the run and will have rallying to his support. Many] I known as' a dashing young spark at dist church, failed to show npjast Sun dressing rooms, which the young pea I \ ? K7Ja clear and harmonious. Don't think of

him begging; soon to .hold what less probable things have hap :courting took two visions of beauty day his regular' appointment, disappointing tertainments.We pie will appreciate. when /giving en- purchasing a Piano until you have

he has. pened in 'the past than Judge ,day.to church from here to Barberville Sun- a good congregation. forgot to mention last week the eeen and heard the Hobart n. Cable

Stewart should be Florida's next G. A. fattillo, of St. Louis, spent reception given by the ladles. of the Plano;
.', .' In view of the present San Governor. He is a born fighter Carlile and Harper, who are full of Sunday with his brother M, T. Pattillo, Congregational church for Rev. Con
push and energy placed 1000 new crone J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
and both of these gentlemen visit- .
F Francisco. developments, are and wife. This was a pleasant .
loyal to his friends, true to every ties on the railroad at Bakersbnrg lest way very
that Abe Reuf was a ing their parents at Oateen this week. affair and all are glad to welcomethe J
; appears trust reposed iu him, and has week. Good for 10 hands and a two
deal ahead of the earthquake mule team. Rev. C. B. Douglas, a visitor from new pastor and his estimable lady;
good defeated for office JOHN
." down never been Ohio, is to preach the sermon at a union I to O. C. They have taken rooms in B. WELCH
when it came, to shaking Leroy Morrison, a handsome, hustling
; when candidate.The ,
once a service next Sunday night All denominations Rev. Hallidays houlie.\ .
mulligan guard of Barberville, took the
th i city. are invited to take part in this 'I ORANGE CITY FLA.
/,ti:, Interstate Commerce Commission beautiful Cade sisters Misses Mary and service. Mr. and Mrs. Bullen left tor their ,
North have Helen, to church at Barberville from Eau Clare, Win. home Friday. MV
The spring freezes has just handled the first here Sunday. Miss Caroline.McDaniel conducting and Mrs. Thorpe started for their FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES

damaged all fruits and the crops one of the most popular boarding housesof ,
case in which it assumes the pre- James Thomas, a member of a large summer outing in the N. C. mountains
will be short. On this accountthe ogative granted it by the new lumber concern of Jefferson county, the village! this summer. Rumor Saturday and Mrs Gunn Miss Trow- TOBACCO AND CIGARS. (

Florida orange crop will command rate l law of controlling the Georgia Wall a central flgne at this says several young ladies are to be bridge and Mrs. Dean go this week. -DRY GOODS &HOES HATS, ETC., ETC.-
prices throughoutnext habitation last Saturday. guests there soon, and the young men In a short time O. J. will not be able ; t
good express companies. Express are already applying for board.E. Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first;
to count of the -faces that are
seas n. in the United States Capt. H. C. Price one of the leading many class Groceries tor your tal>le.Cou'try .
charges are F. McDaniel and left this shining lights here during the winter
sawmill and naval stores manufacturers, family
Produce Bought A First-class Meat Market In Connection.
of old Vo- one of the most onerous exactions week:, aboard the Darling, for Eldora, .---- ... --- --.
Never in the history who has his model home in Bakersbnrg, Cancan May 14th, 1007. I ..
I under which the people suffer. where Mr. Me has a contract to do considerable Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find my pricesas -A.!
lusia have her people been in went to Jacksonville last Thursday Mr.. Lawrence Roberts, Chairman, I low as the lowest. Give me a call.
financial condition than( I Ithey" Heretofore there has been no afternoon. work, during the summer F. S. Taylor Secretary.
h better
way of reaching them legally for At a meeting held by the patrons of Mr. W. S. Sherman and wife will oc Resolutions were read from the Secretary .' .
if, are today, and orange they were not affected by any this place Saturday:! evening Jake Harper cupy Mr. McDanlel's house while he l Is of the V. I. A., moving that :
A crops are not yet what they were D. Peterson and Hans Andersonwere away. f BROS ;
J. ,
law and could charge what they VIrs. G. W. Varney be nominated as KLICKER
before the '94 freeze. selected school trustees to be voted Messrs Willie Bennett and Simeon ONE of the.trustees, with two men. i.I i.

pleased. The present case is not for at the special tax election. Jackson, with their estimable families Mr. Myers nominated Mm. Varney

#en. Sebring, the gallantooo-I far reaching. It deals only with Dr. George Kerr, the skillful physician returned last week from the lower East II Mr. Thurnby and Mr. Uhlaholm as the I Merchant Tailors I .

Sr federate veteran, the case of cut flowers sent from and surgeon of Alhambra Grove, Coast, having been quite successful in I three trustees.'

(, sonville's next Mayor, Mr. Bur- the surrounding country to New and wife leave here May SOlb for their the trucking business. We are glad to I The above were elected.It .
;, have these two splendid families with Four Doors South from Fisher's I
home their moved and carried that this Corner'
r' bridge, tbs next highest, declining York Oity. The express company Philadelphia summer Upon us again. was
DeLand.Mr. district recommend that three mills
return they will locate I la
the Generali without warning and without
to run against Cameron & Melton are to begin work tax be assessed for school in
purposes Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and
. A. D. Clarkson a prominent patterns
i- the second primary.' improving the service, doubledthe this week dredging a channel from in sub-district No. 13 night
business man of mulligan energy / new,
fi tariff. When brought to book young front of the hotel to the main channel '
,. wants independence and promise of Lake Helen, joined his Mr. J. W. Clark Passed Away.Mr. Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through
y Iceland for their action their defensewas giving us three feet of water at low
right and
handsome wife here Saturday tor a few through
John Wesley' Clark passed
J and an inquisitive contemporarywants remarkable. tide. This will be a long felt want Suits well made at prices right Suits that
' They explained days' ontlng with her kinfolk, the quietly over to the other shore at 1:30: are a bargain true-
to know what Iceland Cades. supplied. Messrs. O. He M. have just Waiting here. When
that under their contract with o'clock last Wednesday May 8th, you appear.
finished floe of work
a piece dredging
a, would do as an independent state the; railroads they had to pay the Mrs.. James Harper, a charming woman for Mr. Geo. F. Lathery on the east side 1907, in the 68 year of his age. Aftera CONSULTATION .

One thing she could do would be railroad company 45 per cent of of Jacksonville, and her bright of the river. long! and tedious illness, he welcomed FREE ,

cool matter what hap- little daughter, who is as beautiful as death as a happy release from his
to keep no their gross receipts. They wanted visitors The DeLand-Daytona road is. the KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda I }
the star graceful
in the rest of the world. : morning were many years of suffering.Mr. [ ,
pened more fur the flower'service than at the F. D. Harper home in West Pier- one toplo of conversation In this section, Clark came here from Pitts-, .
last week. and the more the people discuss the
Now, that Jennings, Hobson they; had been getting, but they son burg, Pa some twenty years ago and I
of honorable Board of
defeat inV had to raise the\ tariff more than Our esteemed townsmen, Judge Jim action our County embarked In the grocery business, the:
and company have met 2fide and sheriff J. G, Commissioners, the more they become
they; otherwise would because so family deputy same he followed in his former home.
their efforts to get control of the much of the increase went to the Cads and family accompanied by their dissatisfied, and( the concensus of opinion He retained almost to the last day John

a '' ''" John B. Stetson University, they railroads. It is to be noted with exemplary mother, Mrs. O. H. Cade seems to be that the road question his ability to assist hiP wife with the B Stetson .UniversityAFFILIATED .

+ should,, resign from the Boardof some satisfaction that they were and visiting daughter Mrs. Clarkson, is still an item of "unfinished busln.f'8s'iThe writing ordering of goods for the .

',' Trustees. Their, services are compelled to promptly put the attended the quarterly meeting of Midway teachers of our public school, store and other help she required

tariff back at what it was before M. E. church at Barberville Saturday M..... A. G. Fair and Miss Mary Milbnrn along these lines. He realized. "he WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.. ,
, ,;: no longer ''of any use to the the ra.ise.Do and Sunday.yMrs. closed another very successful term of could not stand it long." but never 00.\0__...._.,

':' institution. In spite of their attempts Limbaugh, nee Ada Bennett. the the school Friday of last week. Bothof lost 'patience, and often expressed LIBERAL/

'. ':\./ to, discredit the present not go to the Jamestown charming wife of Engineer David Llm- these teachers are very popular with himself ready to answer the summons any .VlJntoaK0OF ARTS-'Standanl.areldndical wllli the Ur.lvor.

I ., management the school is closing;' Exposition yet. It can be seen Mtugh, of Jacksonville honored her both patrons and pupils of the school. for which he was listening. WLL COLLEGE i ; OF OB"LAW-Gr TE ,I1NOLOGY) .,duuly-admitted Electrical: without, Meubauioitl.lamination, mid In Civil Florida En.: .

_ the most prosperous year in its to better advantage a month or kinfolk: with her presence for a pleasant The entire school enjoyed, .a delightful He thoughtfully made ,all possible glneering
:: : so ahead yet.Florida's sojourn here last week: Mrs. Hiram picnic occasion at the old sugar mill on preparation for his interment whichhe Te..obors.COLLEGE FOR TEACeKK9-rive course of stilly for Florida. tuhuul'! | '

, ::' history. Ashley delightfully entertained her and Tuesday. desired should be made In Pitts- PREPARATORY ACDEM-For Chicago Harvard, Yale Princeton,'

\ prosperity continues. several friends Wednesday to a splendid Mr. Bailey, our new station master, burg In a beautiful lot there selected Michigan V..r. !
,r:r 'If yen are coming to Florida to Throughout; every county thereare grapho hone musical and parting going. has Intimated that he Is tired of movingand by himself. Mrs. Clark, knowing he Bu.fteJ.JLmw1. :.VOLLEGE-BookksepIDR( ., Banking' Sliorthaml' Typewriting.Traffic'01' .

': livVlocate Volusia conntythe evidences of increased pros- away dinner. would be willing to settle down D was G.falling Clark,sent who for has been his brother here before Mr. : OF MECHANIC ART-Wood: and Iron stocking and Manual

: ;s'. best of all the countIes'"of." the perity in all branches: of .busi- Some fellow has sprung the question, prolded-well, the young ladles will and who Is known to some of the O. C.rlendn. ICllOOL: OB' XU810-Plallo, Organ, Voloe
! ; State,'and if you have.children ness. what is a constant boozer t Ohl that's understand. So far there has been one He started at once but Teacher' C"Urio. Theory History of Music'

.?; : remember that Stetson dead easy. 'A tanked up boozer Is a response to Mr: B's 'Intimation," bnt could not get here until Thursday eve, SCHOOL, OF FINE J ABT3 -Drawingancl Palnilnir., nil watero la *. pastel -.
, to educate r when he heard the sad word that his. S'fET.-QS has *Colleges,a Technical hoola 18 ulllllng*, >Iii hi, FlWu ty. "
dirty blackguard porcupine that comes wish a proviso.something solid .
courses strong teachers, modern
equipment, 10
University Land with brother was no more. | laboratorlea 2 museums.
I ; ;ID THE, TINY SCIARA. perferter of all truth and decency In the nature of -"not darning' sox". hamwoodantilond? *rooms., dlulnit
One other' brother survives. Two Itfralnningorndrdomeetloscience
.. .
students is finest educatfonal f shops .
.: 500 the absolutely devoid of honor and is not But who blame the young lady T 'brothers, and sister have "gone 'IOouo n auaitorluni '..
A Pvoeewioa. o< 'Warm .... !. H..- I one. pipe; organ plantw, debating oluba lltorory soolutla. star lecture
" ': institution in' the South worth killing. Now (laddibncks. don't lefore"." ooune.. CbrlsUan ".MooUtoo..
.:; \, nn us .._aF. Gen 'l O.I Gessrier and charming general nbraryIl6ko( ,
t. where the moral tone i i. of the In some of the Hungarian forest cut up any didoes; do like L. D. Powell Friday morning at 10 o'clock funeral football tibraryenulo.ed aeid. p.rk-like atblotlo field..running track:, tennis courts, ba.ebailmdlamond,'
granddaughter. Miss Margnrite Beeinls, oampue, shell road., cement wa,ks,
, 1.1 \ ''sa- and In the woods take a pledge to touch not, taste not, services were held at the house, con- (no& shrubbery and Irene.
with no' pine of Norway there )
i :: hjghest! atandard, exist a tiny wormllke Insect called handle not the deadly wine. Woe unto left for- the North Wednesday of this ducted by Rev..Antle, deceased beinga eleertrlosllg/ hu. electric bells, u noerts. ., fretonoltleallmiuceeeptlmi.. heat
',' 'loons in the couny, arid a citizenship week Mr. Greener. is one of the old Methodist by faith and attending oltal.. ve.pere. eectrel o.. fotlvtl4. Atll\lld"nue now biggest reo
\j"f' the aclara! of the genus tlpula. During him that giveth his neighbor strong sinkhole Univenlty in history or
and most highly respected citizens of hat churck.as long as. he was able. Oeuereu patronl 110 money sparo" IlLet.ob: '. .IIr Flurldn first I
: refined and cultured. the month of In last and all the ,
tf/\/\ July or early August jag drink at any season. The body was prepared for ship time
: '" f ,,__ they gather' together In large our town end our citizens will look forward ment Mr. Gus Allen of DeLand For 10rurm..lou, catalogues, but'et us. views. and fuders! address
rIt, t.t', numbers, preparatory to In Samuel T Smith, a sober unflinching ti his home coming in the!' fall, by PRESIUENT 'LN( nUl.LI: A. '
rushed through both migrating and was accompanied to the last rest- .LUC M., I'b. 0.. DJLaod, Florida.. I '
:A bill was worker. Identified with the Atlantic
search of food or for change of con- Miss Beeinls has renewed old friendships lug place by the bereaved wife and

::; bra n<'hes of the Legislature last dition. When setting out on this journey Coast Line shops in Lakeland paid this and made many new ones during brother who left on their sad mission ---- -
i ','. ;,, Monday which'amends the charter they stick: themselves together by place a call-vlett last week on his return her winter'i stay, and a host of her at 12:20: on Friday,' May .10th. Wean -- --- -- -- --
; mean of some glutinous matter and from Jacksonville, where he wentto assure them of the heartfelt i
friends wish for her next .
return a
of the -city of Jacksonville of their friends here..'
Jf l : form a huge 8tI1'p nt-lIke mass, often make arrangements for leave of sympathy ,Now is
.t'', ;. alKiljshing) the Board of Public reaching a length of between forty and bsenca and transportation to'the
and the Board of Bond fifty feet and several Inches In thick John W. Gates is preparing to PureNo't
Works Jamestown He
ness. A* the sclara! Is only on an average leave Wall Street but he has not :>
'r y. ,v Trustee*?which'. .derived its power about three tblrty-eecond of an oompantod by three chums, F. M. Bud- Simon 1 1for I :
nal section foreman 'and the Tyler yet made any threat going to the
? not direct. from ',the, people. neb la length, .with no ,appreciable
; breadth whatever the number requiredto brothers, D. A. and Grover, naval United States Senate.;
As'soonVas; the reached aadybe'sure
; news, your grove of a
larg'e'crop next .
compos continuous ,line of the atones manufacturers of Levey county. ;
;,f, ::Jacknonve. delegation of politi- else. above mentioned I Is almost Incalculable. winter.. All the best groves use SIMON PURE

'1. :"clans' ,in'control ";of, ,tbe; .public Their pace Is. of course, very Seville. I.... Rt........ FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves ;: :

( headed for .' slow. and upon meeting an obstacle, Caoutchouc was Introduced to Europe "
"erib toget '
.r ,
'. j such a* a stick or stone they will v !1- by M. d. la Condnmlne on the return L I .

+I\c': '"the.... Governor. to. .veto "the,bill. either writhe over or around It, sometime Mr. and Mrs. J a Deen made:.buss'- from Peru In JT30. "It Is," said E.. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Pia.T .' a

rl' :l 1 ,;.II. .. ""'i: :f:;,; : breaking Into two bodies for this n ea visit. to Palatk latter part of last It* discoverer, "a meet singular resin .... '""'- -- ....
"' pnrpoM week.' a* much by the use to which It Is devoted r I
Oit1t'clne ,, T. 'E.
.,.Live population M. Guerln Menevllte celebrated ,, '. ARNOLD; Agent; DeLand
f of 7,000, or thereabout*. a : Bev |3. O. Butler filled his appointment a* by its nature, which I1-' 4.OraDgeciti 4."
recent naturalist, said that If the rear problem to eur most: expert chemists. .
in \
I. ;election'wa' the Baptist church at AsUtnla ,
portant- y portion' of this wonderful snakellk ,
It flow from a tree growing In several
laat.M -
:held fur state senator'and there procession be brought Into contact: with Sunday" part of America and to called caout _

were poJtod in Live Oak for this the front part and, a sort, ot circle '. A.. A. Moyer;of the J. P. Moyer drone by the Mains. Indian on the n i iWagons

'+ oifleo IWvote' *.'.Either Live Oak formed the Insect will keep moving & Co.. Philadelphia' I I. 'in. town hi hit bank of the Amazon.; Long ,before IsHIoo Wagon and Blacksmith Stops. .

.hen .A less, population (;than she round In that circle for hour without. hooaa. Interest. Charles Macintosh began to make his ,......... _".......
eldprr( or :maniftwts ,,'very littler apparently noticing that they are ..t- I, Misses Mallla Livingston and Bra waterproofs In 1828 the native of Qui and -

hy....irtiin ....s ftopMon' of! a good tine no ;"forrader".on their journey If Parkar of. :Dayton ire visiting their to were using the rubber for the same "aos / u4or ...Ana Buggies Made or Repaired. Horse Shoeing a'' ), )01

rial. .. forrti portant public. the portion!procession*.will reunite b* broken In In abort two"ttmv th*, ant and nnole_Mr._and. Mrs J..'O.'Pre purpose a* well a* for boot and bottles MfaslTt.PORCH'SHADES. .Specialty. Carriage, buggy; ,and wagon painting done' in the '
vs. and many other thing 'The' new '
la : .nD.r., t1" :t.- The, Norwegian'peasant- ", bell they : I best manner, finest paints used. '
v t1 JMoclof ti. peach puckers' have' ar nod, mysterious material beet a 'bard Everything in Blacksmithing :.'
.Live' Oak hoe tha'popa4ma ,neet one oC-tba** train.?,will lay com struggle for popularity in England' Dr. Done and all Work :
.. .of' noV' there article of that? clothing *ock a* a belt. rived sad next week car Iota will be Priestley probably did| boor than any* i We are exclusive agents at DeLand Guaranteed fo; be First-class' Giv*"J ,,'t ,

or handkerchief. on die ground In front moving,to. .northern. .markets V from this body MM to"make It* .novel qualities for these Porch Shades, Just the thing me a Trial, Orders Promptly Attended to. ""f'jJ tI
her prosperity ply. for verandas during the hot
f Cf It. Iftk. procession paM over It your summer I .'
known' for In.mc bt popularized It I
.... .. It. ls>.. MM a. good sign, but If It t"IHr( John B., Jennings'of .'tb* Megtr forever by showing school. oblldreDJaow Cxamine.sun V Call*......*at;- J our,- fi store'. '" .and. > ; .. '

M' : .--*DNJP) .roam. the. (4TWw*.**. .M'. .....,.. tnrpentln. Ora toff of town.W -,."broutrht.c .. 1 It rnnhlt be: niMt*to.efface) pendl........ '- f. P. Ai4.BN'* CO. ,.THEO, DEMRO I. .Orarige.C1tyFloridf ..,'
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Ormond. STETSON 1'I I, \
Hon. R. M. Tnoker was at DeLnnd
from Orange City Wednesday '::

Skirts, $10.00 Bathing Suits, :Bath- Gold filled watches warranted for ten UNIVERSITY .

yearn, from to,to $7.00, at Bnley's. [ SUITS l
and $7.00'qualityto ,, '
1 ingCapsBathin Men's Gnu Metal Oxfords, $3 00 to 'The Alumni of Stetson University are '. '

at 7.00 $a.00; all styles. O. A. Dreka & Co. hereby cordially invited to attend Com I 'Ii
go )
'J Shoes for at hrFlannels .j.
men Lawyer Bennett made. a business trip mncement exercises which run throng I ..IN... ,

, and $5.50.. to the state capitol the latter part of the five days, from May !24th to May 88th 'f ":

75c. to $3.00; forPanama'Skirts week inclusive The doors of the Universitywill .1: ;.

in : ..' Sheriff Turner retnrned the first of the swing wide open to the Alnmn! )

,...', women at $2.00 week from Alacbna where he visited a You shall receive the glad hand and a Serges r
. welcome and be'
Blue brother. warm everything will
Grey.Black' : to $4.00.Lawn vit
done to make yon feel at home. You '. "J .
For commencement Patent :" .
'. Brown all will rejoice to see bow the Institution 1 Ie J
'/ a'n.d Leather Pumps the Gun Metal Pnmps, t
Shirt Waists Dreka's. flourishing. Your bemgned mother i le ,.\"

going at. cost for ..., \ I Mr. and Mrs. S. W. WaIte leave today growing fairer every day and your .
' and fancy Waists diploma Ie becoming a thing of more '
i the .. for their summer home at New I
next thirty .... .. '" .- value as the prosperity of the instltn
Albany, Iud I .
at $1.00 to 350. advances.

1 3ays. Mr. LeSenr Ganldin, attending Yale, I There shall be oratory, banquets, flowers .
I Is spending the summer vacation at
music and all the other joy. that
home, arriving Tuesday. 'make our Stetson Commencement so .AND.

.10.., Read Locals'' for Special Prices I '"f! '; Read Locals for Special Priceson Mr. Jay Pollard left this week for attractive. The School of Music, the .

c; '. Worcester, M...., where he spends the College of Technology, the Business
on Dress Goods. T 1 Dress Goods. I ,
f' '. summer with his brother. College, the Academy, the College of

, News comes from Boston fof the arrival Law and the College of Liberal Arts LinensThin
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of little daughter at the home of have all arranged delightful class day

G. A. DREKA & CO. ': G. A. DREKA & CO. Mr. and Mrs. Reichardt. exercises and Commencement programs '

Prof. Colton has let the contract to We want the Alumni to come back r

DELAND, FLA. DELANO FLA. Contractor Cairns for the erection of. a and show their interest. The Alumni

home on north Clara Ave. banquet will occur Monday night The I Coats in
committee has arranged to have a fi..e Variety
Miss Marlon Coulter will entertain
66 I table and the best of toa te. It does NOT Li.AT.
the class of 05 .t the home of her
tN. . . . . .+++N++++++++-+-+i+4++4++-H4-4-4-. . . . . . . . matter.what college or school you may -
mother, west New York avenue, tonight dlA 1 __
I have belonged to. It does not matter I
-------T The Sunday school teachers and IIObol-
when your class went out. Come back
WOMAN'S! CLUB. Rev Smith, of the Chmtixn\ Church, are of the Presbyterian Church will
I LOCAL SYNOPSIS. and see the dear old place. In order
left the first of the week on a business spend tomorrow out at Blue Lake on a .
The Woman' Club held the last mere!. that you may see what is betore as, J. 1. FOUNTAIN'S
to Oklahoma picnic
ing of the season Tuesday, afternoon. trip ask you to read the following program: ...
j Peach trees.: Admiral Schley: and Stuart I'llE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF Commencement week at the John B.
The officers made reports of the J tyear'e COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. : : .
Pectin trees ornamental trees and Stetson University begins Friday nightof

work. | vines, grape vines, also other trees and THE PAST WEEK. next week with the Commencement Mnslo Department Commencement, .. .

Misses Hamlin, Fuller and Gardner vines in variety and at popular prices I ttualcale. Auditorium, Friday, May 84, 8 00 P. M.

favored as with two songs. Mre.8.. P. i at E. H Hay ward's nursery. Loo.l and Socl.ty Items for th.<.....pl.'.' Phi Kappa Delta Banquet, Fraternity I
h I Mine< Marie Morris, who has spent the Sheppartl-( nackenbos. Death of Little
Boom Elizabeth Hall, Friday, May1 24 { Dorothy Craig.
Hays and Mr H. Oldham eacb had a! At Brill yon will find new and pretty Pap.r..Brl.t Mention of Faeti .. peat winter with her sister, Mrs. W. S. I ,
9.80 P. il. I On Wednesday of last wee; at 8 a. m. Little the idol of the
select of white silk for Dorothy Craig
in the fans
reading. Mrs W. H. Stewart gifts way Seen br oar Reporter. Taylor, leaves this week for Buffalo, N.
read some clippings concerning dabs University commencement exercise at Y. her home. Class Day. College of Liberal Arts, a very pretty home wedding occurred at home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F.

and club work. 60 cents to $1,00 and upwards. Also W. S. Taylor, Dentist. summer Auditorium, Saturday, May 80, 8.8C he Sauls homestead near OB teen, being Craig, died Friday morning last at 10:80:
For Sale-A pair of extra fine mare P.M. the ninth event of the kind since
flower baskets of Univer-ity! colors. New dimities at Dreka rs. o'clock after a short illness of inflama-
Although it is only about fourteen mules, sixteen hands high gentle, well Business College Commencement, Au. be home was established by Mr. Geo. tlon of the stomach, aged eighteen .,

months since the Woman's Club was Mr. F. W. Brace of the engineeringoffice Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. broken, and will work anywhere. Address ditorium. Saturday, May 25: 8.00 P. M. Saul, the grandfather of the bride'and mon the.

of the War Department, was r t Wade, and found R. D. Martin, Box 1, DeLand.
organized they have, purchased and paid % wanting-to' tune Baccalaureate Sermon Auditorium, the oldest living settler In Vonlsia The funeral service were held from -

for the\ fine large lot on the southeast DeLand this week. He was sent to your piano. Deputy Sheriff Charles Kurtz cap'ur- Sunday, May 26, 11.00 A. M. county. the home Saturday morning at ten

corner of Clara and Wisconsin! avenues DeLand and'all other towns up and See the mercerized chiffons and plaids ed a negro criminal by the name uf Jim Annual Sermon F. B. E. T, Baptist The bride was Miss Clara Qnacken- o'clock Rev J. W. B.Smith officiating,

and have about five hundred and fitly down the St, John's River, by Maj: at Dreka's. Simpson at Indian Springs the first of Church Sunday, May 26, 7.80 P, M. boo daughter of H. F. Qnaokenbos of Mr. J. A. Allen undertaker, and .the

dollars in the bank towards the proposed Shonts of the War Department, to get Musical instruments of all kinds at be week for the DeSoto county author Normal School Commencement, Auditorium Enterprise and who la well known In burial was at Oakdale.

club building. At the meeting on Tues statistics of present and prospective i Erlckson's. itle Monday May 87 10.00 A. M. DeLand, where she has a large circle Little Dorothy was a sweet little girl,

day a building committee was appointed commerce for the St. John's River. The I The best tuner in the stale will soon The Woodall Grocery celebrated its School of Technology Manual Train. of friends. a patient sufferer, and her death brings

consisting of Mrs Gaulden, Mrs. Hays government has in view vast Improve I work in DeLand. second anniversary last week closing ng and Shop Work Exhibit, Science The groom was Pro!. U.) R. M. Shenard i a great affliction upon saddened home.
ments of the river channel to facilitatethe Hall, Monday, May 27, 2.00 P. M. > of Old Town, Fla, who has for
Mrs. A. M. Heath, Mrs. W. H. Stewart, up a most prosperous year. Head Mr.Voodall's Many tender sympathies were extended
handling of the commerce contrlbn- There are yet some very fine strawberries Alumni Meeting, Auditorium Monday the winter been the principal of
Mrs. E, L. McBride, Mrs. J. Beonrad: tary to the river, and ic wishes to first announcement ID his space past from friends to the bereaved parents
and Mrs. Oldham. This committee will find out if the business present and brought into market. his week. May 87. 4.00 P. M. the Osteen Graded School and has won andgnnd-parents. A aweet rose bloomedand

proceed at once In the work of procuring prospective, for the "Ht" John's? warrantsthe Lawn shirt waists and fancy waists Mrs. Clay burg I Is spending several Law Department Class Day, Auditorium the friendship of all. withered, but leaves Its sweet fragrance -

plane and specifications for the buildIng. expending of the large sum necessary $1.00to$3.00. G. A. Dreka & Co. weeks in Atlanta, where she will be Monday, May 27. 8.00 P. M. The ceremony was performed by Rev. to soothe the heart aches of loved

to carry out the proposed improvements Since the rains set In field and Alumni Banquet, Chaadoln Hall, E. Lee Smith of Orlando, Fla., State on....
Club adionrned to meet in October. to the channel. crops joined by Mr. Claybnrg after Com
gardens are growing at a great rate. mencement. They spend the summerat Monday, May 87, 9.20 P. M. Baptist Evangelist.The .
Academy Commencement, Auditorium and Card of Thanks.We .
Barefoot room were prettilydecorated
sandals just in, ladies'. Mr. Claybnrg's Montana home.
i* -*.** ** .* *-ii14iit**.*.. *...* .. misses' and chlldrens'. G. A. Dreka's.Mr. 4 held Tuesday May 28, 10.00 A. M. with magnolias, palmettos, wish to tender oar heartfelt thanks
Children Day" exercises! will be
College Law Commencement Auditorium oleanders and mistletoe.
to the many friends for their expressions
; OUR STOCK OF_ y yIr. visitor:8. M. Morse was an Orange City at the First M. E. church next Sunday Tuesday May 88, 8.00 P. M.President's Only the family and immediate relaives of sympathy over the loss of dear little
to DeLand the first of the week. morning at 11 A. M. A special program
W Reception,ChauJoln; nail, were present. Dorothy and for courtesies extended
White Canvas Pumps, $300; White ias been prepared by children of the Tuesday, May 28, 9.80 to 11.00 P. M. The wedding gown was of white silk during her illness.

1tSCHOOL SUPPLIES Canvas Oxfords, $1.00 and *.'.00 at Sabbath school. A cordial invitation and the going away gown of natural MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN F. CRAIG.

.. Dreka's.'Mr'Nldor. extended to all.Contractor Baccalaureate Sermon. Rev. C. C. iong e. The only ornaments worn by

i IS VERY COMPLETE INCLUDING W ; of the firm of MUleh & Cannons has lots of teamsat Carroll A. IA.Educational. the bride were a pearl pendant, the !gift

I Nidor, left last week on a business trip work hauling shell from the! big shell Sermon, President Lincoln of the groom, and a silver comb, worn PIANO TClfllMI. ,
.. .. out west. pits south of town, placing it on the Hulley, Ph. D. by> her mother at her wedding During week 20th to 35th Wade, the

The luscious Florida DeLand-Daytona road. He also started Business College Orator, Rev. J. H. Ther were a number of pretty and tuner, will work in DeLand. Please
Note Book Filers and Covers W peach Is now
:= :t plentiful In market. We will have I last week with teams and a big force of Tharp. useful presents from the many friends send orders to Mrs. Swift's.The .

: Ink and Pencil Tablets :Wn t them until July men at work on the Daytona end of the Normal School Orator Principal and relatives.

WT t ,route. Thomas JlcBeath.Commencement\ The happy couple left on the 9:80:
: Marsh Market.
Composition Books. I Dr. G. W. Fisher and Mr. S. D. Jordan train amid a shower of rice and congratulations -
.. went the latter
Mrs. G. D. Jackson Orator, College and
T Inks and Erasers. :t returned the first of the week' froma part of the week, to Jacksonville, where Law. Rev. C. H, Nash, D. D. from their Oeteen friends If you want the choicest cuts of Meats
fishing trip to Coronado Beach. detained of and have gone to Macon, Ga., for the eave your orders with as. The best of
Is account
; Note Books y:t Mr. on -- -- --
Mr. Ira summer Beef. Mutton and Pork; Roast and
the deep rock well the recent death of Mr. Newlan, the Normal Commencement.The Steak,
I = Sausages.. Hamburg
: Chops
Pencils I ia
I .. ; .. man, patting down a well for Mr. J. head man of the Standard: Clothing Co? fresh,\ and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon

: \ ': H. Tatum on his Hough addition prop of which Mr. Jackson is one of the graduates in the regular Normal One-fifth off on all woolen dress goods, etc Courteous attention and prompt
.. RulersPens erty. course this. year number five, one from delivery.
T Ww. : owners. for the remainder of this month. G. A.
the four year'i course, three from the Marsh Bros. '
Undertakers J. A. Stith and J. A. Messrs. Haynee, Godie, Alexander Dreka.
two year's course, and non from the
i Allen attended the Annual State Convention Burgess and Smith, the principal peach The
Kindergarten Training coarse
of Undertaken at Jacksonville of this section, commenced .
; A. ALLEN & co. y yT this leek,. sending growers their crops to market this week. address to the class will be given by .. .... .... .. ....... .. .. ......... .. ...... '
I Prof. Thomas MacBeath principal of
i DRUGGISTS AND JEWELERS y yM The first roasting ears of the season The fruit I. fine, considering the dry the Gaaneevllle High School, and editorof A. H. WOODALL
appeared in market'last Tuesday and weather they have gone through. The ,
the Florida School Invitations -
Next to Post Office. DELAND, FLORIDA :t were sold out ,in quick order. They crop of this section will not be as large Exponent.
.. have been sent to all county
T. were bought by Mr. Kurt. as it was last year. of schools and to all =FINE GROCERIES= ,
FFFFFFFFFFFFSFFFFFFFFFFa ......................... Mr. R. C. Bnshnell Dud tamlly were superintendents a
Mrs. Julia Heath and Col. and Mrs. high school principals in Florida, and a
of the week.
from Osteen the first
E. O. Cole left last week for the up number have signified their intention to
Mr.[ Bnshnell, who was for several yean
home at Chicago. Mrs. Arthur Heath deputy under Postmaster Hlbbard, will ome. It is hoped that the DeLand peo- Our Second Anniversary

and children left the Saturday previous.Mrs. pie, especially the patrons of the Normal :
,J assist Mr. W. A.Allen, the new postmaster ,
Joseph Smith, who formerly for a few weeks, until Mr. and attend.model school departments, may I Last week closed our Second Anniversaryand

lived out at Winnemisaett, wa here a Allen familiarizes himself with the --- we take this method of thanking our ,

9lubericke) day the first of the week from Rocklegde details of the office.A Hip-ltUp/ / /
many friends, and the public in general,
the present home, and where he and delightful event was the re l
very "
Prof. Ambrose Leo Snhrie, of the
"Elastic" Bookcase Mr. Smith: are getting on nicely. caption given Monday afternoon at the University Faculty has been appointedto for their generous support;;which made it .1

and Desk'tomilined. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kenion, who residence of Mrs. W. D. Haynes, in ,do some field work: in the State dnr- successful beyond our expectations.Our <::1
were here two winters honor of Mn. Lee Brinley. The oo-
ago the vacation. He will
lug summer constant aim shall be, to continue in
Permits as much or as little ? several days in town this week, coming ca lon was an informal one. Tempting ad Ircsa the county associations of teach. : ..

).... book space as W.n led. down from Long Island to see about refreshments were served to the large ers and the local normal schools in the future, as in the past, to carry the, largest ... i
Desk Unit with
few Comprises or many Book Units as engagement of room. for next winter. gathering of ladles. !'My. ana Mrs/Brio- various parts of Florida. It la his'' and best selected! stock of Foreign and '''

desired. Roomy, conven For the month of May' so far"Eriok. fey expect. spend. the summer in Jaclisonville. purpose to visit all the large centers of Domestic Groceries kept in the city. "1

,, lent attractive. Call and seaM sun, the pl"no..agent, ha sold four "( I population in the state and to organise '
or write for catalogue 1 0S pianos three organs, six sewing machines ., Joe Vaughan,' for many years"1 a 'the. Stetson students and Alumni for Again thanking you and assuring you the x

J. F. ALLEN & CO. and'three talking machines Jim DeLand barber, the past; two"88On. In effective work In securing a large delegation best of treatment at all times and your

AGENTS ia a hustler and is doing a fine business. barge of the barber shop at the College of new students. Prot. Snhrie ;

,r DE LAND PLA.' Mrs !'Cadwallader left the first of the Arms, and now in charge of the shop at has an extensive acquaintance in FlorIda I orders delivered promptly, we remain r .; j'I 1
The Continental Atlantic Beach, Is at
week for Jacksonville, where she visits During/ the past year he has detvtred Yours very respectfully,
F her -sister Mrs. J. C. DeBevoise 'before home completing an addition to his res- more than thirty educational ''I '
Idenoe, making it a thirteen room house. A, H. WOODALL.(; .
visited '
going to Fort Plains, :N. Y. for the addresses and has personally ,
I Joe is one of the Industrious and progressive
summer, accompanied. by her daughter fifteen of the best high schools of the
colored oitiiens of Florida
Miss Mary.Mr. State Stetson students and Stetson ,.tI.
one of the finest barbers in the state. "
--- ---- -- alumni will no doubt give him a hearty I -
; Mrs.' Peterson
and Gas.' who
USE. -----I I spent the past week, with their daughter, ; Messrs.: Chas. Campbell and W.,, B. welcome wherever be goes and will do PHONE 79'IMHMHMMt .$
left DeLand last
'udger Monday morn- render his efforts
Mrs., JohnLof burg, returned home to, all in their power to .... .......... .......... ......... '.
FERTILIZERS Pierson the latter part of the week. The' log at seven o'clock in the company very successful ,- \
; 'I (Van Deaman) car Catalao, maldarGlenwoodlIond' If the falletoooperation support
son;'from Daytona, also spent the week, ,
Mill, DeLeon Spring, is given him by the friends of Stetson ,
with his sister. .
: I BarbervUIe; Eldndge Emporia and throughout the State*'he will doubtless 'n vrwv ..' ;
s FOR ALL Miss Holt MoCorkle came over from Astor, returning to DeLand by two in be able to organise a campaign! that '

Dayton the latter. part of the week and the afternoon, making run of nearly will result in a record, breaking enroll.' J. F.: ALLEN & CO.> 1 \
will help her brother, J. Frank McCor- r
fifty miles with this powerful and splendid '
FRUIT mcnt next fall. i I ,1 \ ..
klev 'at the, Acme restaurant in the machine. The company furnishes 1 I- i i i i iiipfl '

Haven' blocks They will open for business his car' for Mr. Campbell to make his Dr. E. T. Allen Is over'from'Alaohua. I Leading furniture:; House ,of Volusla Countyj : ;.

tomorrow for dlgner.Messrs. entire territory, from Crescent City County his .. ,t" ,.
VEGETABLE ), visiting fnmlly. .,. ..
, : ;" .' s. B./Wright and Johd R. south to Kt lmmee. It strikes no road Mesdames Thnrsby andTBeWrleth of or.,'. .1001.: I ,, >'."1>....

W.tbere1aod Dr...A. a Hanson left for hat It cannot make good; time over .-. j : : -SJ; .. ':' 'i''
; r Orange City were |.D town Thursday.- ,. :' VDROI.* IN"and .. '
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Jacksonville Monday as delegate to ; "
: And'iFIELD'CROPS': Mr.,:Berlin H. Wright the Penn Tan, Dr. Moseley and ,Mr. and Mrs J. IXSprak I .wg ")." ,
Annual Convocation of the Grand Royal .Y. who left the first $ "
N. astronomer, on for Montauk N.".Y iJ.\: .w'
J oQ" Arohi,Chapter,*, and 'lie.Grand 'Commandry" ooompanied by the family,for the New Tuesday will the ,? -J see our Newest ? ,..,

"or Knight,! Templars.. ,They York state home in a note to this office where hey pass summer. & ,v;
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Following are Agents Volusla County : All who tW/rfortb tfnriri'gtha "i
; today. > may
. ,i, \ .. return dated May 5th,says i !"Mud, sleet rain vles'in'LPar'loraiid, ,
coming' will doobttes be ,,
'\ ,Z. T., BIELBV, Debra4. ,Florida ,ff f, '\ I sfut i ;;. P. Mao, ,the oldest, peach snow, slnahi that'- the outdoor conditions pleased to learn months that theI'Frisoo".eye.\ 'I j z 1"v' 1i\ : \ :" "r., G l J

"r E. f.: BARNEY, PATILLO A CO. IfOw..' a,Volasla' and 'the l largest at hereabout Shoveling coal bite tem of railways has arranged ,loP an' independent t'fi i id& l f'k! trJJining' Room .fur-v: ,,. ..., : \ ,1 ..

\ DeLeon Spring Port Orange.. Lake,JHelen,.I* ,hipping a fin* crop of the heater and taking ont the ashes!: Is steamehlpservice froto'11crIda ; '" j
,; \ A. Be PREVATT J. P,'MACE, this rait to market. H*began the first my principal exercise> Looking out of to New York: to fight the Steamship hem, ; 'A.( >1- vniture' .. ,;, _
.1' \ 'tf, ;'' ., .
Trot recently formed.' t .
Helen } JZJ"r.: ,
i BovlJe") r- of last week N04hll*_b?, express The doors causes me to shiver and blow my for sWiatana1 to'k.atetpin '

: '. 0."Ot! BOBTBOM.j> ;.Q.z.i; t W. )P..WILKINSON, first shipment! .f twenty orates sold for ooze 1 knew It was too'early to start I portnnlty reaping np\OOIPDMWoG..'The'''ft1I111ar $1381 l. .O.M j ,; ':;$ 'J..tt .

'; uD'W '? .1 I ,New Smyrna' ;' $8 per ante; the'second and third shipm.nte'.oid'tot northward, bat was outvoted. Caution' Havana err-M1t'tsallnror'! Florida #-.J. ,. j,,,," :,.., .. '. "
QBUBKBt-MOBRId ;\ o."PUTNAM.' & FOWLER, ,, I Jamestown' passenmnfir New York. Spstally ; '. '
$7-aad'f: perforate,; ,oar readers against vlaittag "
Oak: Hill ? : ; rate for this spring and summer. &rCOaD.lau41.Pla.: .
Daytona ow Phaw.No.6Z ,
l "Jtr.; .Mao 'ia for month The round ia in J ALLEN :
bringing a or more.
., PATILLO; A. P. GUNTER, r e epedtylve ; Se..Ioe. ,e' 0...... Call 08,'or59 ..
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A Orteen Pierson eofn4f.wrr /t4Mra'titN'te/ ., ; the DeLaod. good snap. for spring. planting' now. t ,'''' .""-if"" } 'oot< "_ __
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t: ri1yFJl, AS'. cA'N" lHU:: < Notice of Application for I NOT1.
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V, OTyCE I. hereby given that the following described lands will be sold nt Publlo Am An Abundance of .Fruit
...t3k .. .o. ...1.1. oa 1&lllcm.x1o- Guardian's Sale. N
TttsPiI.IAltet lion all the front door or the City hilt lu DoLaucl M'lorld.. on the third day 0' JUlie j
f'. the) Treatment. A. I). 1907. or.o muob thereof. will be necessary to pay the amount due for the taxes of highest quality, finely colored and\ flavored, la the direct' result of supplying
: t>>r.' Beard I 1I otrEdluburgh lias written : signed Notloe, guardian Is hereby of Alice given M.that Bwnrdfeger tbe under bonln set opposite the same, together with costs ofsuohscaie anti advertiaIDg.. a CQflpial.ertlijper containing' from J to la per cent of

.:: an IoterpetflgJotte,4to" tu| .>"< press on minor will, on the :9nh( d.yor May A. D.

; tbe trypsiftc. ,r&tmoiiV"of 'cancer.\ H. eatuiii persons of.bilious habit 1907, apply to the Honorable J. Lee MoOre. OWNER 1II.0811"1'ION :.M:::: POTASH
asserts that the hospital authorities will derive great benefit by taking one rv. Judge of the County Judge's Court ofVolusia '

\ b. to follow bis of the. pills. II you have .been.. county, Florida at DeLand In Ed. Cogar .. :. ... ..... .. LotI. Sub. ofbot 5. block 8, Rogers' map......, y 110,
.. ve shnwwnMpMtlncrlty 'DRINKING TOO MUCH "" said: county, for an : J'o sell at private: M. Z. G. Green......... .. ...... Lolli Sub oUot II. block If, Rogen' map". ..... 498 to the tree, vine or bunh.
.' method Bq:/ 'jMfts: ( sale tae interest cif In the following Ed. Cogar . .......... ... Lotsll.nd4,! dub. or lot 6. block II, ROgen'? "Plant Food a book well worth a place In the library of' any fruit'
'" tit the Imperial cancer research fund they will promptly relieve the nausea, real estate lying and being In tbe county map., .... ........ ........... ....... !'II grower. ''W. will
with jto convince themselves HEADACHE of Volunla and State of Florida. ,describedas Unknown... ..... .... .. .. .. IJO n. of W U 01 E" of lot 1. block 9. BoIl8I. gladly mall it to all
:. people SICK _- follows, towlt The w..t one half(w4)) .N map..... : ........ ... .. ....... .... ... 01 applicants. I
I tb.t In .kl }e<] bands with scientifically andn.rvouRflelaWbhf0lIreSt of tot number seven (1) of block number 111t ft. of N W U of E U, ollon, blockS, Bog.ers'mnap. II I

prepared preparations, such aa Fair' J. 'the appetite.. mat remove gloomy feel* three ((8)) of Howry's addition to the city of .. .. ... . .. .... ....... .. .... 9 till German Kill Works I
child's especially If not oper* 1.h'e.! EI\! itanMyfugarcoated.kWTNo DeLand, Florida, and 80 n. of 8 W 3( ot JD 34, lot 1. block 9, Bogen' .
cancel iI Substitute. All block number one hundred and twen Unknown..s. map........ ... .. ..... .. ... :. !201\ i : Pisw'York,
ted uponj I clIO be cured, It may be. .. ty..lxJl26)aDlilbeea.t one hall (eKof) sis ft., lot 9. block 9. ton' map. .. . 63 46 93 N.i.sa. Street.'
profitable to devote their funds to sending --- ---- --- block number one hundred and twenty-eight J basis ft. of E 1117)j) ft. ofN 100 It. 0(11 U of

representatives to witness the (US) of the town of Lake Helen Florida. lot 8. block 15. ogers'' ml\p. ... .... .. ... .. 3 00) : Atlanta, fla.,
'. and Notice. Dated at DeLand, Florida April \82! 11)07) I I'. II. Ll\nNlng.. ... . .. j. .. NUl) n. ofli :111 (1. Of W HO ii.: or lot 8, block. .."'" _ UU Candler DuUdln.MMMMMMMMMM I
treatment : of] Professor Morton' .. .- SIMEON SWEKDFEUEK Ill. HOK8. map .... .. ........ .... . 11 211 .
; ,. D|>. Balnbrldfto. of. New Yprk ,.quid",0th.t -. .- Know;, all poi' ona whom It may concern, : Quardlun., lcinlly It. Clerk... .... .. .... in it. of lot g. block 111. Rogers' map.... 1170
ere. (" *.M f that' one month after dale, or as soon as 1 Heirs of E. .'. Ual'Vln.... . ... l.ota 6 and U. block 10. Itol9r. map. .. .. c... 6 711
of fresh oan be heard" thereafter I shall apply to the Wright Wright.Attorneys.. 4.: w. I'rice .. .. .. .. ..... .I..ot..blook El Rogers map.... ..... ... . 1410
11'' Trjpslnlrnoat be an extract Honorable Minor 8. Jones, Judge of the hurt Fish antI J. .l3rot a .. .. .W of lOt 9. raroe'. map... .. ........... 1 50S.
pancreas gjand' not ferments In powder Heventh:! Judicial Circuit or Florida, for Sanders .... ... .. ..... ..W 1211n lot 13. I'aree's map.. .... ... ... :.. 1\!\ 00 ___. __
It Is the most powerful thing In the Volusia County to legalise the adoption as E. :l8 n. of.L'l' tJO n.. lot II, block 8, Howry' -
chemistry and my own of the child of Peter Bewitch, via Notice of Application for Tax Deed Lenox..w map ......... .. .. . . ............ .. .. 00 TO THE --
,I whole range of organic Unlph Itawllna it being/ my Intention tbat Under Sections of Chap tea 4888,Laws Unknown .... ............ .11: 94 ft 01 W 1011 Ct. ot N U lot 4. block 9.
organic untuie., Aided by atnjrlopslu\ he should at my bands, have tbe eame of Florida, Howry' map .... .................. 1110V.&R.
these ferments have cured to date five rights of nurture education and Inbev Itauce Notice is hereby that DoLand Naval 14. M.ck,.... .... ...... 1. an1). or block 12. Howry's map...... .. 4 HI'
TLe X and the pancreatic as if my own actually and not merely by Stores given and Its E.J.Uodfrev... ... . ........ ... .Lot7..ub.orblook 12, Hosery's map.... . 100
caaos. rays adoption. I Co a of corporation certificates No successors and J. A. ConreJ.( ......... .. .... Lota 12 and 13. block 10. Howry' m.p. ... .... 101111E. ) JAMESTOWNI
extract should' not be need together. Dated the 8th day of May A. D. 1IK>7. 867 purchaser dated the tax 2d June A D.8UO.IUO'2\300 baa W. Alboe..... .. . . .... Lote I aDd 2. blook 211. llowry'. m.p..... . .. o 70
: !SAt Napleu a lady was 'cured wbo i'' AlISS O. V. BKLLINOUAM. tiled, said certificate day in and, has J.II. Davis..t of lot 13. block 1, WaIts map..... .. . 171
I fortunately bud n cunbop'oni'tjie tpngue! ; made for my deed office to l Issue In Unknown .. . . ..... .. .II: or lots 1 and 2, bock 2. Walta' map.. ... 2 !III I
aooordanoe application with tax Bald eerlluoate. Unkncwa. .... . . .. LotIO, block 2. Walta' map .... ... 171
tbat could! not be op ratc4 ".upon. ITo [Notice to Creditors. tbe law. describe! embraces .Jo. a ler. ........ ....... .Lotll1.blook2. Waits' map.... .. .. ........ 1211
I tat scientifically the cases selected situated in Volusia following Florida.property to-wlti, Unknown .... .... ........ Lot 22, block 2. WaltR' map.. ....... .... 11'8
should' never; be operated upon wltb Notice is hereby given that the undersigned county Maria \\rlgbt.. ... . Lot8.Dllwk8. Walls.mnr'.... . .... . H7
baa been appointed by tbe County NwW of ne of lIe i, section 22, twp.17s, 0. A UutobAr ... .... . . Lota7.911 11. bl"ck8. Vatl'. map.... ... . 108
the knife. Judge of Voluula County, .Florida Executorof range 8Oe; 10 acres Cora B. Mal.Hball..... .... . .Lol8. block 4. WRlta's map.... .... .. : .... . I 71 EXPOSITIONI
I I Hit Estate 01 J. M. Garland late deceased NH of swJi of swK of!seK, section 22, tp. harris 0\1\: Johnson . . .. .Lot A, block It Hlub' map. .. ..... .. II 711
Liquid JThnt bofl-m Time). of. said county and has duly qualified .as 17s. range 30e: B acres Miss Leoollrdy . .... .. LotR A, H and : block 6. Rlob' m.p. .. .. 8 110
Time ani of awK of swX of neK, section 21, tp Anna J. Hunter. ....... ..... Lote O. 11 and i?. block 10 Rluh'e map . 8 85 I
time. Tbe Hungarian distributees, and all persons having claims 17s, range toe; 0 acres Norton Eggleston. ,.... .. LotR A and H. block 12Ll itIcti's map.. ..... .. 616O. L
but man wuy' puquer or demands against said estate are bomb The said land being assessed at the date W. ttet.on . ............ E 01'' lot 19. block 0, HnWHrd'. map.. ...... 3 (10H. VIA THE
chemist Brunn claims to have notified to present time same', duly authenltoated of the issuance of such certificate in thename II. 1\1oDoDald. .... .... .l..ote t to 9 inc. a1ft lots ,11,. 12. 18, 14 and 11. _
.. discovered a liquid'chemical compound to the underHlgned within tbe time ,of B. A. Barquln, Oeo. Crayton and 3Iol>onl\lIl's map : . . ... .... 28 itT
which renders. certain kinds of matter preaurlued by law or the same will be (J. L. Hutehlnson. Unless said certificate : Unknown... .. .... . .. l..ot'l1. ('bolllbora and DUDlI' Add..... ... .. .. 1 :29
.I: Of tlmej"Ils barrd." sball be redeemed according to law, Heirs orOaln Llttloton....... .. Lot H, block 8. Arm9IroD,,'. Add........ .. 1 iSO ATLANTIC COASTLINE f
proof against tire-effects 'tr? i it. GARLAN D, tax deed will issue thereon on tbe 19th day Elvira Robinson .. . ......Lot ill: Corson'8 Add. .. .. ........ . 108I.b.m I
asserts that It doubles !tbe,, density1 of Kxeoutor. ot June A. D. 1907./ Strickland. . .... ..... ... Conon' Add. ..... .. ... ... 110lIibbleCI..rk /
: nearly Qrerjt, kind, of stone and.. render -277 Broadway New York. City. Witness my official' signature and seal ,.. .. . .... ..... ..13 "' oi1lotSICorson'sAdcl .. .. . .. . 1110 .
It Imparts to all metal. 1 Dated April iBtb, 1UOT '' J this 17b day of May A. D. 1UU7. l..oul.Danlela. . .........,.. Lot 7. blook4. lIutobln8On' Alld............ 111W. .
It.waterproof.; BAwL. I). JORDAN. K. pellllletoD......... ... .All block 62. Corporation map ... .. .... . 1118 I II
qualities which defy oxygen and rustTfte ,Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County. Via L. J. f otblook 118. Corporation map... ...... ... 1 29
: Jliof"! '-$W. II1' jtUnt.!I'1lJe.rllvel.\ ,. Notice.tQ"Credltors.. -- w. K block 73, Corporation mep.. .. .... .. .. 2 13 RAILWAY. I i
: Ing In Greece Home twenty. ,'e years Notice hereby given that the undersigned Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un. .1.11 ofN UofblockblJ.tJorporatlon m.p...... 1110 .
ago"'h 'noticed-thai"the mortar In has "been appointed by the County der Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws of Annie Dyke..J. block 88! ; Corporation map................. 4 013v.
'( Judge of VolUHiu Florida Administrator .- Florida .'. 10. block 11111.') CorporatIon m.p.... ... .. 1211 I I -'
/ stones or,rulaa ;.whlcu- were known te COUDLY\ .
f ,' of tbe \pbla I. 1'. Varnes, Price 111 12 and 13. block 120 Corporation map. I 08 all -
f People over Florida see the Atlantic Coast Line Fol.
old hard "Purple
be over 2.0)0) years wae as bas Elilla : 1011 It. of W 3( of I'll. Corporation
late deceased of said and duly
:I. fresb'and tenacious as If It bad been such sdmlnlBlmtor.oounty. All creditors Stores Notice Is hereby given that DeLand Naval .. . ... ... .' der for schedule to the Jameatown Exposition. Two dally trains each
f qualified as distributees. end all Co. a corporation suditssuccvsuora, Henry Wells . . ... .......l.ot 10,tiook 101; Corporation map : :::::: : : \ t: 80 way with through Pullman Bullet sleeping cars. I!
made only a ;y ear.i lie secured a piece legatees claims demands against persons said purchaser ol tux certificates No. 329 335 and Eliza Walker.... . .. .. Lot 113, block 1111. Corporation map.. ........ .. 1 ito Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets on sale
of the mortar and has been working on estate having are hereby or notified to present the 872'dated tbe.Sd day of June. 1IH)1. baa filed lad Heran.................... .. Lota 111 and 20. bl'lOk' 161, Corporation m.p.... 8 110 dally from April 19th to Nov. 30th at low rates. Coach excursions at
:, It ever since until now.,when he ease authenticated to the undersigned said certificate. In my office, and has made Matilda Heal.D.. . . ......Lot. 21 and 22. block 1111, Corporation map I IIv I Iii low rates.
be has dlncorered tbe secret, ,His dls- same, duly within two from this date or application for lax deed to Issue in accordance E. L. & E. M. HlgKln.. ...... ..All block 1611. Corporation map........ ... .. 2 M very For further Information
j the will be barred.years with law. Said certificate embrace flaIr orCbarlotteUlb.on. .... Lot 22. CoreoD' Add. ... . ....... ..... .. 81ltoss see your nearest railroad agent or write I
: vovery. be claims, will at the least dou- same SAMUEL FLOWERS the following described property situatedIn Newman.......... .......... U oflot 23, Curaon'a Add .. .. .. .. ... tl1 fCTAU District Passeni-sr. Agent Atlantic Coast Line
-4.. Me the life of metal exposed to the air Administrator.Dated Volusia county, .Florida towilt8eJ Pat howell. ... ........ .... ...W.. of lot 2j. Corsons: Add......... .... 1 OORUil'r FRANK C, DUILLOlUn, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
neb 'OB 'fu bridges, railroads vessels < ofswH of wf. section :32, twp. Its, I
April 24th 19UT. .
range Sue __'b4........ .........H.'M-M..........s
ftitnk'u" BLY,
!,I Notice to Creditors 8fc( or ne4 of .eJ4i sec. 28. twp. ITs, range 'rre88urer and Tax Collector City 01 I>DeLand Volu8laCounty. Via. -.- - -j

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818 6 -100 cbs of nw>i ol se4, section 30, ---- -- -- ----
jSotiw Is hereby given that the undersigned
CASTOR I IA has been appointed by tbe County tp 17s, range sue. Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Under Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- Confederate Veteran's Reunion
Judge of Voluula oounlv, Florida. administrator The said land being a eaaed at the date Section 8 of Chapter 188H: Laws I dur Section 8 Chapter 4988. Laws of
,IorInfatsan4: Children. of the estate of Hernun U. Sweitlle- or the Issuance of such certificate in the Florida'
llerI'l1edeoe.lledofaald' county, and bus name A. H.Rylaml A ().L. Hutohlnson Un. of Florida I

lite Kind :Yoo Have Always Bought duly qualified as such administrator.. All leas said certificate shall be rmloemed sc Notice Is hereby given that Thayer A Notice Is hereby Klven: tbat Thayer .
",,.-- -- cieultors, legatee, distributees, and ..11pe..oll cording to law, tax deed will issue tbere Scuba, purchaser of tax eertittonta, No. 8X3* Sauls, purchaser tax certlncato No. 01)7) ,
,: having claims or demands againstsaid on on tbe lUtb day tlMCf estate are hereby notiUcd present the Witness my official signature and seal I said certificate in my ohms and has made
said oertlllnato III and
\\I. ........ same, duly authenticated, to the under. this the 17th day of May Iuo7.! application i, signed within two years from ibis date or tbe SAM'L D. JORDAN with law Said certificate em.accordance I with law. Said certificate embraces MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd
I' same will be barred. Clerk Circuit Court Volusia oounty, Fla. braces the following described the following described property! situated
BIMEON BWERDFEGKR, property In Volusia county, Florida, to-witt
Klci10DGKIN'S A situated in Volusia county, Florida to.wit::1
Wright Wright Administrator
Attorneys. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Lot 31. Assessor's Enterprise section 0, Lot 23, block '4, Bodine's Enterprise -VIAATLANTIC -

Dated Dcl.and, Fla., May 17, lOOT Section 8. Chapter 4S8 Laws of township The Biiid. lOa land range 31e; HI* acres the The said land being aisesaed at tbe date .4
assessed date
t Florida. of the Issuance being of at of tho Issuance. of such certificate in the COAST
Wag 'i : such certificate In the of Unless LINE
Shop name Anna Caven. said
Notice Is hereby given tbat DeLand Naval name of W.V K. Nixon. Unless oertlfiuate shall be redeemed according to
to Non-Resident said certificate shall
Stores Co, a corporation and Its successors, according law, ux deed will issue thereon on the 27th
Ii. eLAND purchaser of tax certificates No4O and 497. to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the of RAILWAY
FLA. day May, 1007.
f in Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit dated tbe Snl day of July lJ1J!) (). bas filed 27th day of May 1007. I
of Florida, in ana for Velusia County. In said certificate In my office and bas made Witness my official signature and seal I Witness my official signature and seal
Everything In Wagons Boggles, Carts Chancery application for tax deed to issue in accordance this tbe 28th day of April 1007. I this the :20th day of April, A. D. 1907.
etc., manufactured and repaired in my Kate V. Rush ) with \law. Bald certificate embraces SAM'L JORDAN I SAM'L D. JORDA N, Tickets on sate daily from Max 26th to 30th inclusive Kate
;t' Shop' /in j the very beat workmanship .. vs V the following described property situated Clerk Circuit Coqrt( Volusia oounty, Fla. Clerk Circuit Court Voluala oounty, Fla
; known. Only first-class men employed Walter W. Beak lu Volusia county Florida, towltSH .- for this occasion is $13.75 from Jacksonville from Jacksonville for I

R and first-clans work turned out. I have To Walter W..iCusb- ofseK of BWK oi neK, section 28, Ip. -- --- ---.-. ------------ -------- the round trip, or virtually one cent a mile for distance traveled
Ate'y' added p'unt 17s, hoe 0 acres
to WT ranpe! ;
f a Bill You of Complaint are hereby flied required. herein to appear against to the BwK ofnw ol ne>i, section 33, tp. Us, with correspondingly low rates from all point Extension of ]limit-

,. In tbe above entitled cause on or before you the range We; 10 acres to July 6th can be obtained by depositing ticket with Special Agent
3rd day of June, A. D. 1V07\ Tbe said land being assesed. at the date Bopd Lumber ompa9yI
:The Volusia County Kooord la hereby of the Issuance of such certificate In the / \ .and payment of fifty cents at time of deposit.For .
designated as the newspaper in which tbis name of M.L.Crogar. F.A.Munger. Unless
order shall be published once a week for said certificates sball be redeemed according U full information and Pullman reservation write or call on
four consecutive weeks to law tax deed will issue thereon Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near tbe depotat

1 Witness my hand and seal of office this on the lob day of June, 1907.\ DeLand with best cypress and yellow pins FRANK C. ROVI .STON, DISTRICT PASSENGER AQRNT: ATLANTIC
27rd day of April, A. I D. 1907. Witness my official signature and seal COAST LINE JACKSONVILLE. FLA

,; (Seal) SAM'i D. JORDAN, this the 17th day of May, 11)07.acAL ) Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings i iAll -- .
Clerk. ( ] bAWL U. JORDAN ---- -- --- -- -
By Ben Flab, Deputy Clerk I Clerk 'IrcultCaurt Volusia county Fla. ,
,'. JAS. W. 1-KKK1N8, Laths Florida East Coast
1;, Solicitor (or Complainant Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Shingles, Etc Railway

: Notice of Application' for Tax'Deed Florida Section 8. Chapter 4888 Laws. o; Lumber, Building and Fire Brick Cement, etc., promptly delivered 1ocaITtmeCatJNo.lt. b Effect lyril >1M7., >..

i I under Section' 8 of Chapter **88. I anowhere In the city.
Laws of Florida. Notice Is hereby given tbat DeLand Naval SOUTIIBOOND-RBAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RBAD UP.
Stores Co, corporation. and Its successors. r ill 1 lU 1 J
: Notice is .bll1'ebYlflven that James-Arm. purchaser of tax certificates No. 8U8 and 8UU, iVo. 55 N.. 191 STATIONS ye No.Ip
strong, purchaser of Tax CertiUoate No. dated tbe 2d of June 1U02 co Daily V.117 Daily Ilaily.lBi
f day has filed --- ----- ----- -- --- _
KM, dated the 4th day of November, A. D. i slid certificate In my olHue. cud bas made co"O ; Ly-......JaokscaUliX 'i 8
IWo, bas Bled cud certificate in my ollloe, application for tax deed to Issue In accordance I oars p mu ,,. sutb JacksonviUe.-.L, 7 'C :;: l"""]
and bas made application for tax deed to with law. Said certificate embraces 1 7 as 10 Ctaa ,.,__,,_.St. Aoguslins.. S
') Issue In accordance with 1 law. Bald certi the following described property situated Malsby Machinery Co. ,0 7 6.Ips 11 185 "..._..,_.... Hsatinge....._., ._,. N 5
ficate enibraoeai. tae following desoribedproperty in a Qo11 m l'alatka..Lv P 5
Volusia Florida
oounty, to-wut
Iff COLD TIKESETTECan situated d..ar-Wltl..Qt, ,. Robt. Hill's BubSBOp. NX of sK of of seX, section 28!, twp Jacksonville, Fla. 4mM 11 luca Lv.-..... .... Palaika..A' a a 1-5
Can :setTyomr-Tlrejy: ;;".ithorfV taking 110111 lid, IHs Range. ( 80e. The said land lie range S06; 10 acres 574 l2fw Ts .,,,,... ,,,., _._._ ;y 10 T
'... 'wheels'from vehicle. '-We'talt 'out no btltuK.-t. at tile date of the Issuance SVi' of nw\i of * bolts rub no paint or burn felloes of such certificate In the name of Soc range 30e; o acres'Toe .8-gil,, 73-gy ,,. Bhianells.-Ly
I 1.7 with, a hot tire Come your Moore. Unless said certificate shall tm said land being assessed at tbe date State Agent for the ('l a is 12 COn ,, .-.Dupont.,,....,,,,.,.,. 141PM
j and see it work71I1r" 0 475 1 E1Pid ____ .......... .. "
01 tbe Issuance of such certificate. Ormoud. ,, bbs
never have redeemed according to I..w.. tax deed will In the ______________________ Celebrated Oldsl ) 10 Ores 1 25111 .......,....... Daytona........._ I
: ; 4.;youfrtre( -sqt.;. Isaae-tbereon on tn *Ullh day of Jnne A. name of Lucy J. Dennis and J M. & L. P. __________ .B 10 lure 1 5pM 'S_ _Port Orange...___...,," 421w
D..1SOT. (;romer. Unless sald'certlfioate shall be redeemed I Gasoline Engine 10 meN a on'i Ar........... New myrna..Lv_ llbs
Thanking you for your patronage in Wltn"o. my official signature and seal according to law tax deed will Issue ENCINE I -io-hi; Ai..A1ie1en Tipe .c

I thsr1 past and hoping sv' continuance In this the iota day of May A. U., 1907.8AML. \ thereon on the 18th day ot June, 11)07.i ) E-c 10 504114 '4 alPs a ......... city .......,.. ma elis 5 t'1
\- *ba future, I remainYour.to, D. JORDAN, 'Witness my official signature, and seal 41st 4 412'M N Orange ulty lund ; 12 alaS Sidrmpe >
I : serve' ,, Clerk Circuit Court.Vnlusis County, Fla this 17th day of May ::11101.) Portable and Stationary Engines and Boilers Wood Working and f-4 'TIna Tfil ,
I MAM'L D. JORDAN, Saw Mills made. In Machinery 'Q 11 lbs I siPs ._.... .0ak HUL.--.L, 2 57 8 Slbs o.n
I. SCOTTi,,HO1XIKINS.sMi ------_._- I Clerk Circuit Court Volusia oountT. rls seven sizes, Friction Feed Cable Lightning Gig Patent Ii OHM S IBM Ar..rituwiUo..L I Sbs p pe
Chain Set Works and Improved Don Crank .
1 AJax Center Engines are constructed ArThii ffTH, sips
'l:'' I nsure.. with us. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un with special reference to the special work: required of them. This 0 S 11 abeM 8anfortI ..4Ar I p it i ,

\ der Section 8 of I combination of: engine and mill makes the best saw. mill outfit on earth. Sold f! W5H iHU c.v......... I'ituavllie..At T ci
: .. Now'' the time.' 1 of Florida. Chapter 4888, Laws on liberal terms. Write for illustrated 1DD7) cat log and prices Complete is sue tlbJ "'_ __.. 1 1 2 lIst c
12 lbcii 6bPS ..
a .ltookIedge.a.I I 2 =
f\f- line carried in stock for immediate shipment. lbs ..EsoO&lile_ _" 124 -
'. Spot cash for losses. kotloe; la hereby given that DeLand Naval U'f 1 list i'4'M .... .4 125 I 14 57
!f tituree Co. a corporation and Its suoo aaore. lbst 5 lIeu Ii 47 12 E: ,(I)
: w \U should be purchaser Tax. : :, No. THi & AlIt.: I-, s '. ...e....St. Limbs...__ .," 10 a6a i cce -4..
jit t protected. dated Btb day June, A.D. IHOU.bas fllrd said 0 0. IteM 1 Fort .. .--.H bOst It lIes ZCD
,; 1'_ certificate In IS ILL IT WILL COST YOU 5 10e41 S 57 aA'ibballs.- I Z'
' D 'at u' i insured;? for tax deed my office and bas modes pplloaUon CENt* s e Eden,._..,,...,..,,a' 14i 31 1
to Issue in welts for
accordance with oaT wRzse 0(1)
r i bIg IIICII LB..taIopa t Q Jenieii __'
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., ''jaiar* stood Che test for 6ver, rears, jl t ,.. -' 1 law. Said certificate embraces the follow howio( the m rfanil are stlllin Ibvlead. Thelrabeolatai 50 |* very,company reliable. lag described property situated In Voluila IUU.OW..u..BIO maaiaJacturereV: I'CLIII:8: TI1LE aaD ia fBOHDlinW'lU. ...... < " Certainty of growtlr. rlteltf uacommonl* county Florida, to-wlti dealer aha_ad. 4 87a1i4 7 elba .1 w4 Jupltsr........,..." 9 maui 10 .
Urge of dellcloas DO NOT .4i 5 il-el he. __Wst$Palm Besch..,.,,... 5 47w 9
jbeaullAil ylrltla flowen.aiake them vegvtablea and When does policy ? 8eU 01 neK of se3 section 21, twp 17s, BUY BICYCLES ,"''E .) 't 548ui1 Boyton,..,.,.,...,." ella, p =
the mott \ your expire ran chIle losers.8w3of or esi tin* mf a
reliable ; Una saW yon have received our I 5 RI's : ___, 5 3i S
i where. and Bold the asost popular every* seji of.vt4} section 28, twp 17., loS"as ulustratlns; ana describing every kind of ::rden- :; S P 40w .,.......Port Lard.l..,.,, 7 21st a
, I naalsMJl by all free MOV./ |I.'your policy In force P'' range oeI acres bicycles" old pattema and latest models. ,and learn of our....euorka:1Zw::: :S' S 5715i S law "___._....Danls....,..,,,.....,,, .. 7 lOuj ':
:: : oa reqneauD. vronderfnl new offers : = 7 0 bOw 1taiiandsls.--_,, "
possible 7 O9c.s
ft..J'"d. by a
al. rNRV. 4'sO.l(;> --The said land being assessed at the dale with no middlemen's profits selling from factory I 0051, 10 lbs ., IAmon I7..s S 41st 'I
O.tfett, Mlsa.W Telepbone number sixteen. ol the Issuance 01 such certificate In name sMT! SHI*OH MPrftOYAL" mllunit a etmt tttfatH Pay toe. .I t0A11 10 3IPi ..,..,,,.,,., ,. .1..' 5 lIst ,
. : E. Halladay and R E. Munger Unless l allow 10 Dais Fro. Xrlml' and make other liberal.. ,terms which Wtalcks and ..__ ....-.-... ............... ,,,,._,, 5 P5
.L'.I HON| INSURANCE AGENCYU said certificates shall be: redeemed so- honae rn the world will do. you will learn ave''&/ q and aret mnca no other vmltt _ 'a so-eI._.__- _........ ,.. ,,..
I doming to l I.w, tax dee l will Issue thereon able We Information by simply: writing us a postal. {Dallr exoepl Bandar.Ne.,4 .
on tbe I9tb day of June A. D. 1907. need a JCMau- Aaunt la every town cc eppoatualty
( promptlyorHeJnU.H. I Sick. : :
and ifo'reiitir 0 mossy to suitable young men who pr-:
U find
us at Witness my official signature and aral No.15 l:1,1NA IN all No.24 .
: tbls. the 17tb day of May. A. D. Mfl.! ...1$0$ PUNCTURE4ROOFTIRES0 LV Sun. Ex. MATPORT BBAKCH.Jacksonville. No. SODally 0. SaI, & t. .
Stetsn DeLand. |Is'".) SAM'L U. JORDAN Only Daily Daily J Dai1y
,"I .ld. tSun.
". PATENTSCASMDJfc _ __ _ __ Only
Clerk Circuit Court
' << Volusia Fa. 'Iw PPI e _
rJ'." ',.' County U.ao a 0 16 OCUM Lv.. ...... .,... test 38 loomioops a KM I IoW
'. per pair. I .PUPAi* MnMsnp 10 0431,Ly..So. JcckwouvlLta..Ar5 54e5 SlAp 33
521s)6) 13'iI 0 liPs
>:. 1'0 rodiioo-- 1 >rio > ,4 44 10 ,....,...Pablo llssoh.A,6 20w3s ice u town aw S sty ,.
'" w. Will Sail 4 1. sewt lotSa ClIPs 10 4LV.AtlantIo Bee .>__A 35AJ41 Me 12 19ml UrmU SUM
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(CASH WITH OKOCM: (..se) 4 j !
: Result of 13 year experience in tire .'.CJ_ Cssseollsn Made al Miami' with. Slsamshlps. of tilt P. a O. t. 8. Cttmstny.KEY .-

iB TVS.making.PINS No danger NAILS from TACKS THORNS.or CLASS.CAC- Kotl' I, MA**sad _,..... ".."
Intentional po stripe
Serious punctures, like knife cuts,.can, aDd "O," adaa rico ftrff"H" TraJais! DUcharjs Passenger at Shlp'aTSIde.% "No Transfer,.;
1:1 be vulcanIzed like any other tire. to present rim euatlns>-TbJs '1kv
: : Two Hundred Thousand ,all'lnow''In dual. ems Over tlre> wilt miaws an7 otner 2 Th_TIme T.b''.show the ti....at whIch trains may be expected. to arrv.a.and
Inaks-.aOrT, *LAeTIO ..d from th.l&YaJ stations, bo toolr depart
Sewnty-nn Tfceiuand pair MM .last arrival or departure at the times stated Is not
year. I 1Wt. am o. Nor'Is tuts Company to be held responsible for delays sniaranioed
any 0
any "
: .. TMIIt; Made.Ia sib eI.... ItlaUnlyaad easy rtdlng' esrydurabls. sod lined oonasnuaMes arLinafUaraftom.For. .
$ InciSe
IirsI ..r-..
lfciw.llt 1 of rubber which l never becomeaescapa. sod..1.1oiI .
tXPERIOj I without allowwlr the air'to Ve liars hiuidM porous 01 ......... from lid"eloise up CUltomaII small puactares Copy of the) LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
tkathetrtlr.a have only been pumped upouceor twice t*a ": static5 ;
aa ombadaTVe, the puncture reetMinafojualltiea, being; tfven'bv'several Tb.y layer.weigh Tlhinrsiiecialiy:: tlic I "SEE THE -TICKET .AGENT." .
the tread. That" MHO. ) Back"SenaaUen ooannonITelt when ;". D. RAMMER. Aaat
I. rldioaroa)asphalt Oea'l, PatM,
oe sofa roads: aUatr
Miueeaed out between the lire and the road muaovtreoiulns:all snclloo.prevents The from I beins; .
4t11PR6r.MN.iu geai $ $ iii de to all who of tires ia(9" moper pair but for advertising purpose*we are waking 1 ;a eneclal facto resmler piles pries u.of.thmla tide* -- ;
only | 'Jkidor; u....dO J??*Xrm: eenjnntH. jrpaJtav. exaD ncdLai : found them strictly ship< 0Ja5is sl.iceavsl, DeL; i d

: : wear them. in st1 WULI.w.wilt CASU a.nala WITH_OM.B.of5 sac_enclose_I(thereby this advertisement*taaltlalJlhepr, !We se.iI will. ate.Bernalrtfteosi4l* Mod OM alcmel Saw and,Planing Mills' & Novelty Works <

r.nd durability '$b Jd'Drai Shoe.". plated"1Ia..... pusni sad two Safltpeoa metal puncture. eloeeis oa fall paldoroera(these asetal
puncture>closers to bo uasd ..case aS lat.a thm,.l knife.cute mt keejey..sjaakea Tares.be retaraeii t
4, MndI, C .g0b sud duue,4 u.gtwi.e toethe mark .fperf.cthsa at ova expeax IfYor W __ they.. sot sstisfsctory DB a.ml ). .. ', I J. T. CAIRNS. "Hropp. and'' Manager ,
We ,
.1 sreperfeeUy: reliable amdnker casy ssuto as iI cm sufs .. is a hen ,
? V3.3i rx6Ub 5y *rn.1I5I4 scflI' r .ru.y *leas, tires, fttpresaor Freight Agent or the Sditor of this. 110_ about. w U yciTarde* a |xu> mt. DRE'SE' I D
yoe will ftad that they] rill rMe easier1, run faster, wear' better .but longer andlook; ,
b.rt..o,ay lire yea t.veesavssad arisen at any We kawrw that \
M. C. KISER price- yon will keso wed ptaue4
COaaiar.rs. Ihr LUMBER
c...3.i*at lieU_y041 bases Want a bii.nftlgi3 ar.as.you,. .*)-.j.order'. .. We want. 'yoei'to seaS. asatsmill tria. AND ROUGH
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1 44 ,w.eq'I' petcsscbarged by dootees ted repair sn,,,,13V 7,. teHn/e_ eoVj w>.,a

fl eel. t V 0:NOJ'.WAn:.bet write,. us.r'w m: k>tIay. '=ff; :'I!' Posts v Balinters, Mantehi, Turned Porch, &Iumns, :
j 4.1 UI'I1I/I ;a .. fesUysee = 1JTJJfQ..a''Ji Sbcddlnr' for Grove and Pineries. sST Crates and Box Material etc'J .

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