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: July 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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'f# A:'Swl.. Doctor's' Invention.' and 'WhatIt TH : MULBERRY CRAZE 'i How Japan's FEATHERS Long-Tailed Fowls GROW.Are' DEADMEMGAGE" B G V' THE SPEAKER'S DIGNITh''

AocompHsh.d.tyhat .
I .. Ancient Ceremonies. ',
Fad and Coaxed For Reaulta, ITh. Survive hi
did 'Argu nd do for the lamp V
That' the long tailed fowl was earlyIn V V. the House,ef Commons ,' ,' V ;

cofif jiiulue;, pU Is: no burned.,oidlnury The Janp.u thluiney.! | which pro- How It Swept This Country Early' Japan Is credible from the legend Id the Gloomy! d Morgue"\Down! "Hata the' off, stranger, for the speak."I V V

toUs the flame, from sudden gusts of In the Last Century. evidently of abysmal antiquity, of by the London Docks.: er. constables' standing In the lob-
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nlxo Ania Terasu the who .. by entrance'of the English house"of
wind and creates a' draft of air, sun goddess, ,. I '
Jiiit as tho lire chimney creates' a draft tuning I'elll'ediuto a cavern, to the In- commons cry .. they come to atten,V '

.. f lnfa.VtfrSsi.ci Children. ,,Artrllnd's lamp wns tho' first to have a EVERYBODY WENT SILK MAD.An tense discomfort of the world, was CHATTELS OF LOST SEAMEN. tion. "V 1"

.. chllllue). Look below tho chl'Jllleyand nearly enticed out again by the crowIng -' I' "Hats off! Way for the speakerl" to V

The Kind TTonllave Alwayrf Xforight ha* borne the afgna- you will nee open pnssnges through of a long tailed cock-to remind the, command given: by: the police !Inspector '

tare of ChM. XIV Fletcher,tvnd baa been made under his which air may 'pass upward and find Insane Passion to Raise Mulberry her, no doubt, that It was her usual'Ai; Strange Storehouse of Strango In, the so called lobby which Is V

personal bnpervUlon for'o er'SO years.,H Allow no one Its way to the wick. Notice father Yr... Seized Upon All Classes of hour to uppuar. Another somewhat I Things ,iWhtro the Belongings' 'of really the antechamber of the bouse. V
Trrtltutlona that all this draft of air pusses upwardIt P.oplThe Crash That Came When Thoio Who Have "Qono Over the At once, as when the muezzin calls "
to decelvo-you In this.- Counterfeits, ghostly evidence of the antiquity of
I in directed that when tho Is the: faithful to there la sllenre :
so lump the Bubble Woo Prtokod. Bid. at Boa Are Until Claimed. prayer,
'Jnat-M-good. are but SSxpertmeiita, and endanger the the breed hns been cited In the ho-o Kept
burning an extra quantity of air playsdirectly and respect, and beads are bared .The ./1
IJ I health of Children-Experience against Experiment. upon the wick. Before Argand James I.. who almost Insanely bated Hid which was pictured In Japan as "Message from the sea." There' are speaker is about to leave his palace adjoining .V ".

J the wick received no supply of air. tobacco, was determined that silkworms early as the eighth contury. Thin fabulous 200 or 800 waiting delivery In London, the house to take hIs Beat.Yr.:,. iiI

TlieV1dYOiflavoA1way&BoughtmUse Now notice-and thin Is' very Important should be reared In Virginia bird resembles both pheasant at this moment, and the gray romance Speaker," according to A. Maurice Low ,.)

I Bears the .of that the,t* Ick of our modern lump Is mainly because be thought he could and peacock. but It has clearly the tall.I I clinging about them Is heightened by In Appleton's Magazine, Is a very great

. : Signature flat or circular, but thin. The air In thus destroy the tobacco culture, which and a very luxuriant one, of the fowls the knowledge that the greater part dignitary. By law be Is 'the first corns V, '

abundance plays upon both side. of tho he ordered to be abandoned.For of Tosa, In which every feather as the will be moner" and Is given offlclal precedence"V:
never called for. Down by the
thin wick and bums It without making a tune silk culture met with poetical Japanese reinntks resembles over every other commoner In the king. "
smoke. Smoke Is simply half burned great success In Georgia. In 1730:> a leaf blade Of the mystical bamboo, docks, amid the mud and lumber of dom.: During ida term of office be receives -' ,

: particles (soot) of a burning substance 10,000 pounds of raw silk were thence It Is known that In many kinds of that wonderful place, Is an unpretentious a salary of $25,000 a year, the ':;
exported to England Connecticut was. birds certain feathers continue to glow building and In the vault below only member of parliament not a mem- i
The particles pans oft half burned because ,
enough air has 'not been however, the center of the Industry.As ,, until they are lout by molting and In I In a catacomb of old clothe and her of the government who Is In receipt
For OveivSO Years. Now the late as 1823 the culture of silk was all birds, It happens occasionally that queer baggage, are stocked the belongings of a salary. He Is provided :with an
plied. Argaud, by making
II* J .. general there and also flourished I a'feather be molted at an Irregii- I official residence which Is maintained
4.I. may
____: | Uf/ttTkUW taoMPArW yf MtfnAAV WTHKT f ITW VONH QITV, wick thin and by causing plenty of nlr very of those who have gone downto 'I
; III Massachusetts. I Ian time. Accordingly It follows that the sea In ships and never returned. at public expense. To' keep him In the .
to rush Into the flame thereby caused
'it to burn with a white flame.i Silkworms were fed on the white : If fowls can be seemed which are Irregular Now and then but not often, a pale : straight and narrow way spiritually hells ...
mulberry (:Morns alba) until 18,50, when In the period of molting let us woman It may be troubles the serenity has private chaplain. To enabl! V ,)
After the Invention of Argond the I,
) Professional (Lards. there appeared the Chinese mulberry. Buy, the tall feathers, these will con- of that cloak room of the dead and, being bins to walk In the devious ways of the, !
'" CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR art of lump making Improved by leaps or Morus multlcaulls. It was predicted Untie to grow longer for the reason conducted below guided through law be has his' private counsel., ToV '

PERKINS, SALE ON EASY TERMS' nnd by bounds. More progress was that by Its culture two crops of silk that they have bad a longer time In the maze of ownerless baggage until minister to his comfort and coDvII..- j"

JAMES made In twenty years after 1783 than could be raised annually. Soon all the which to grow. From this beginning presently, with a start, she cries out: lence and dignity be has a private' seo

$10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRB bad been made in twenty centuries bo- agricultural literature uml the newspapers It I Is now possible to infer that by a .That's Bill's bag mister-the one retary, .a: train bearer and a messen

ATTORNEY and COUNSELOB-AT-' Tore. New burners were Invented, new of the country became surfeited process of carefully selecting and just over your 'eadl! I know It by the ger. And when he retires he Is rained ,q
LAW, Belt Peach Section In th. $l.t. and better oils were used and better with descriptions of this wonderful brooding from these fun! Is In which patch I sewed In afore he started." to: the peerage with a pension of $20-'

_: ':.. S. A. BAKER Seville, Fla. wicks made, but nil the now kinds of V the molting season Is suppressed fn And while the woman waits, wide 000)()( a year for life

DeLnnd, Florida. lamps were patterned after the Ar- tree.Many documents relating to sericulture certain parts of the body It would be eyed, her guide reads from the white I Mr. Speaker has now left his residence 'a J

Will Practice .in State and Federal W. C. CANNONS' gand.-8. E. Forman In St. Nicholas. were published by congress. The possible to obtain a variety In which government label tied to the sailor's and In stately and picturesque ,

Courts legislature of nearly every state pro the tall feathers would be much longer sack: "William Smith, A. B, ship processIon> Is entering the corridor that 1

& ELY Livery Feed andSale ,;Stables. Th. Oldest Toy. vided for the payment of liberal bounties than In other fowls Southern Star. Washed overboard. ends to the house He Is preceded by ;
STEWART The' most primItive toy Is the doll. for planting mulberry trees and A second but very Important part of Desolation strait" an usher. Then comes the sergeant at '1

Fine Fashionable TurnoutsBus It dates back to prehistoric times and raising cocoons. the process consists in feeding the birdto "That's 'Ini," says the wife gulping : arms In a black coat open at the breast

ATTORNEYSATLA" meets all trains at A. O. L. Uopot Is found In every part of the world. Thus It was that a speculative furor the maximum degree In order to down her sorrow, and the great bag Is to show the daintiest of white cambric 4

Harks meet morning and afternoon K E. Thin one TV/mid; naturally expect to a veritable madness, Belled: upon all stimulate the growth of the feathers.At payed from Its resting place looking males, knee breeches, black buckles, 4
Office' in Bank Building DELAND., I). By trains at Orange' City, nod nliht ,ODd A child, seeing Its mother nursing classes of people and particularly upon the same time the bird should not like a badly packed Christmas stockIng with a rapier on his blp."-The' sergeant '! :
Branch office over Postoffloe DAY i ON A trains' at UeLund 'Junction.I U.-S Mall younger children, would Imitate at arms, who Is appointed by the king .r
both routes Hacks meet boats at Ueresfurd. the shrewd, calculating Yankee. It be allowed to dissipate Its energy by warty and bulging In odd corners
D. Landts Bert Fish Gentle horses and oaretul drivers. the example with an Improvised doll. raged Uke an epidemic. Not only I agriculturists leading an active lifo or to run unnecessary with the dead seaman's belongings. personally! although he Is an officer of "

Cary, Phone 3. DeLand. Fla. Toy, weapons again are older than but doctors of divinity, law chances of breaking the con- And on top me lashed his worn sea he: house of commons Is paid a salary ,

LANDIS & FISH history. Many of the older toys at and medicine. scholars, tradesmen and stantly growing featbeis Thus I teamed boots and a rough parcel In thin for of $0,000 a year and has an offlclal ree-'

ATTORNEYS" and- COUNSELORS- ] nsure with us present In use date from the earliest mechanics men and women, old and from tho fanciers at Tosa that It Is eign puper which they found under Idence. lIe carries the great glittering;

AT-LAW, times of which we have any record. young were Infected with an Insane customary to confine the birds In relatively the pillow In his bunk. Hard usage mace,on his shoulder and Is followed J

N ow Is the time. In the tombs of the ancient Eurj'ptlans, passion to raise mulberry trees. small cages and to feed them and sea spray have played havoc with by two doorkeepers, who wear knee

DeLand, Florida along with painted lolls bating moveable Everyone thought the glorious day often and with peculiar food. Details] the thin rice paper, and the secret that breeches, silk stockings( and coats and

1'>0 Will Practice In State and Federal S pot cash for losses. limbs have been found marbles was dawning when each farm would of the latter I was unable to secure Bill was guarding so jealously' appears waistcoats of the conventional evening

Courts. leather covered bulls classic balls and be a nursery for the young trees and although certain hints were given me In tho form of a dainty flaxen haired cut their wide expanse of shirt front V

Special facilities for examining and U should be protected. marionettes moved by strings. Ancient every house have It. cocooneries and as to tho vlrtuo of boiled unhuskoil doll, with mild blue eyes calculated to partly covered by a gold chain suspended

perfecting land titles Greek tombs furnish clay dolls toy Its silk worms yielding two or more I, rice. of an occasional scrap of eel and fascinate the heart of any little maidat around the neck and meeting In.
R you insured ? horses and wooden carts and a ,large gold badge. Then comes the
crops of cocoons yearly. The farmers'wives of dlakou (giant radish) leaf. I fancy. sight"Ah .
J L. .MoCRORY, E reliable In the Louvre there are dome Greco- and daughters when not feeding though, that any kind of poultry food ," cries the woman, proud for the speaker In huge wig and silk gown j
very company ... .' Roman dolls of terra cotta with moveable the worms were to reel the silk which may be used. But In this regard one moment of her husband's remembrance which Is held up by his train bearer, a

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW." joints fastened by wIreR Greel would become as cheap as cotton every Is cautious In drawing a hard and fast "that's for Minnie. He said be followed by the gowned figure of the

\\ does your policy expire 7 bablea had rattles (platage). Greek woman having at least a dozen silk conclusion, because It Is known that would bring It-or send It," she adds, chaplain with two doorkeepers to closa, -

Florid! : V boys played with whipping tovn. So' dresses feathers lire subject to modification In with unconscious pathos, "If he could the procession. The' staff of doorkeepers V
Defraud. !.. I Is your policy In force ? did the In ancient Rome range themselves round the walla
(Yergll. The large profits anticipated In producing various ways dependent upon food. not come himself" And she hides the
.,1.. B. Wrliht. 8, B. Wright Jr. Telephone number sixteen. Aen.; bk. 71. Horace speaks of bll- silk were lnslgnltlcantcompar- Thus the color of the feathers of certain doll In her shawl and In an outburst of of the antechamber room with.won

WRIGHT & WRIGHT, dren trundling hoops playing odd 1 and ed with the fortunes that all expected parrots has been strikingly chang emotion goes off with her find, and Bill derful oak carving and stained glass'

HON INSURANCE AGENCY even with nuts.,etc. to make by raising the new mulberry ed by the south sea Islanders who food disappears forever from history. windows- and make respectful end

ATTORNBYtfAT-LAW.' : _. tree. In 1834 trees of a season's growth the birds upon tho fat of a peculiarfish. !! There they lie In neatly ordered deep while obeisance as the speaker passes
the members
stand with bared
NOTARIES PUBLIC And ('linnI') birds are given a reddish rows those old canvas bags, each with !
\U will find us at were sold for $3 to $ a hundred but bends and In silence until the -
OlflcH: at Telegraph Office.Dat Cares Woman's Wealm s e they soon sold at $25 $50, $100 $200! color under special conditions as Its terse official label dangling from It, has entered the bouse. Then procession the
Stetson and DeLand. by the fanciers In the Han mountains a flue, faint odor of foreign climes per
and $((100 a hundred and sometimes $7
FLORIDA. members crowd In the doors lock
AND, refer that boon to weak, nervous, of the are
We to In many cases. In order to avoid accIdent vading the gray dusk pastures.
apiece. I ed, and again the voice of the mueuun
altering women known as Dr. Pierce'liFBvorlte storehouse of
Yet what romance they
to the long feathers each fancier a
J There la recorded an Instance of two Is heard crying to the faithful, "Speak
HODGKIN'SWagon Prescription. finds I It, I nui told, convenient to represent, what an Inspiration for some
trees of one season's growth raised "
Editorial by
Dr. John Pyre one of the StaffS er at prayers.
coil up the longest feathers and wrap Teufoldrokh of the salt water I There
REVIEW Elder In North Wlndham
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW." of TUB EcLBcnO MEDICAL says one Sharp ,
--- :? 'of Unicorn root (Hetonlo Ololou) whichIs Conn.. which were sold at auction The and tie them carefully In soft paper, Is an Individuality about every homely I Whore a Rainbow Touches the Earth. .
Shop chief of the "Fa- so that the bird runs a minimum package.. What, for Instance, was the
'" Office In Brush Block. one of the Ingredients first brought $100 and tho second $100 In every country In the world rainbow -
lad who
chance them. fate of .the pool' 'prentice
vorite' Prescription s breaking High perches
DeLand Florida.
Further sales were then withheld because
folklore declares ob-J
Will Practice in State and' Federal DeLAND "A remedy. which Invariably MM as a utorrtne are emphatically advocated I have owned that duck bolster and where Is that some
FLA. f make for normal ao- the bidding was not considered jed of value be found wham
; : ; the mother whose gentle fingers stitched may
been told
CourtsDR ,yr..tretI:: reproductive system.H. ." to be Bul1lclently.plrlted. not on the best evidence
the ends of the beautiful arch*
Everything In Wagons Dug es" Carts. .continue"In felonies wobavoomodlca* however, that In some cases the bird Is his Initials on It so lovingly? The
V fully snswers the abovePUIVOMM When the craze reached Its height touch the earth. In Suabla the end
(*. A. DAVIS.FRYSICIAN'AND atent which moro
of the offlclal) details
) eta, manufactured and repaired in my Own onv sffier drug wriCA .*< 1 am but little silk for confined In u tight cage so that It Is grim simplicity
was produced, said to rest bowls
everyone are of In
on gold
Shop in. the best of dlaoaiMiS' describes him as "missing and !
V very ; workmanship treatment : peSJlaVtoVomeX not posalblo for It to shift Its position merely
SURGEON, known. Only first-class men employedand : ,It Is seldom that Indicationfor a case Is was busy raising the new mulberry In thin clumped nay, with the tall that's the end of It. Poor mother! In Hungary that cups of silver will be)

DELAND, FLORIDA. first-class work turned out. I have seen thlSriremedial:: I" agent.present" Dr some Fyfo furthersirs tree Men expected to make fortunes banging down behind. a bird i Is sold to the next recess lie the worldly goodsof found at the spot where -they come la ,
Office at residence. Indiana avenne, Btely added to my p be
kept penned miserably for ,
Indications for Ueloniaa (Unicorn root). Pain up pa-
Court House. planting mulberry slips and the silk It Is said that a shoe cast over the
or.tctalno- the be "kwith.l.uCOrrhlClonic l rinds of months. Certain It Is that under smell the sperm oil distinctly when ,
Office Hours: 9to12.to4andZtoS.,. oJU (weak conditIoa of tho reproductivesrgsns companies almost without exception come within three yards of them. rainbow will come to the ground on'
iL1.A\ favorable conditions tho growth of you
\ of liomenj menti devnaalon. and Irritability. sank their capital In this the other side filled to overflowing)
VIDA Z. 'BAERECKJfe-M, t:P. Vsoclatal wlttf Chronic dIM_of way many the tall feathers can be forced by the There Is an accordion on top of the I
(\\R3. the raprodXtlTO cSano of wonwm: 'constant fully equipped mills being closed fancier. Under oidlnary, conditions a pile with all the music long since out with gold. In Bosnia It la said that If
sensation best region of .UM kldneysi '
$ taib One farmer planted $1.000 worth of Iron or other base metal happen to beat >
men2rrha if(InoodlntT.. ) duo to a weo k- cock whoso tall measures five or six of I It and a half carved walrus tusk ,
PHYSICIAN; SURGEON/ ned con/liloii 0' tile .....pri1ducUy. eysteml,55554VuF trees In three-quarters of an acre and feet will riuuly: grow longer feathers, beside It with a picture of the dead' the spot where the bow touches the t

perlud ammo aMkinVTrum'I r or accomp absent.n monitor>'Ui. an sold them the next year for 0000. for', by active life It Is probable that! man's. ship on one side and on the other ground It will be Instantly transformed!
Office on East New York Avenue "bno Tcondition of the digretive ortfanointo In 1830 just before the people came I a symbolic sketch of himself at to, pure gold. In many parts of Germany
a gradual molting of these long feathers ,
and .. < thIn blood ) hahlti dressingIcon. "
DELAND. FLORIDA. la to* MtroBM lower part of cb. to their senses a nurseryman sent an takes place. Op tho other hand home, one hand round his wife's waist Poland, Russia Belgium and)
4 to France to several Holland It Is said to be a golden key
: agent purchase and a Joyously i large tankard of beer
to be
R. A. S. MUNSON. r .l1.reor /! 8 II millions of molting moio apt suppressedby that may be found at "the end of that
D M'iJr.' young trees. Ho carried the unwholesome living of a bird held| aloft In the other. "
r LII i4rcn s $80,000 In cash as a first payment. during the process of overfeeding. It.accordingly A little farther on la a sea stained bow. In Portugal and Spain they'
V Io.T1b1jirfirVLlIdC s i iiim nir i.u.- When the trees arrived the Inevitable crossed speak of the "silver hen" having her
HOMEOPATUICPLIYSICIAN. CL-jri JJI.I a cock whose tall feathers bag a flute and an opium pipe,
idltisunlcornrootorileIonIas.Cud .
nest where the bow
rests, and In Nol'way <
crash bad and tho
come nurseryman saltlre on top-that-Is,V the escutcheon
the medical! properties of which It are of the normal maximum length U
Office Second Door South ,of Fisher's most faithfully represents- failed for so large an amount that ha taken In training by a skilled fancier, All Sing-and bis epitaph 'say he fell It conies to the ground at a spot
Drugr Store.' Of Golden Seal root. another prominent could never reckon up his Indebted he I nm* told stimulate a growth overboard somewhere In the roaring where a golden bowl and a silver
OFFIOB HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.1; 3 to 6 I Ingredient Favorite can spoon are bidden In many of the chief! V
His be
Prescrlrtlon.- ness. trees were offered In vnln at In these feathers at the rate of about forties. Luckless heathen! It will a
Prof. Flnley Ellingwood -
and7to8p.m. countries It le Bald that
DeLand V -, Florida. nett Medical College, Chicago! says: $1 a hundred for pea bru h. six Inches per month-I'rofessor Bash- long swim homo thence to the ancestral touched the rainbow will
V = 4 "1& la aa Important remedy In disorder. of When the fever was over and the ford Dean In Century. burial place by the Yellow river. wfter by
j, '''15-= the womb. In all catarrhal' conditions cure tits and Insanity..
QR JOHN REEVE.!.. and general nteoblam&. It is useful" people realized that their capital stock Aqd still a little farther on, amid the
COLD/TIRH: SETTER .Prof. :John M. Soudder, M B., late of was suddenly worthless they pulled up The Coot of Many Pockets. Jumble of pathos and poverty, of commonplace .
says of Golden Seal root t all the trees In V and high romance, of sea 'IOverWork
JYSICIAN: '! AND SURGEON Can set yonr. .Tire' without taking Clnelnaatll' to Its a-eneral effect* on the mulberry a rage anti "DUl I over tell you of the time my
4 wheels fr'oui vehicle We take out no system then it no mattclnt
\' Officer In Btore recently occupied by bolts rub no paint or burn roar felloes III unl..alll/is suM "general' Ir..rdod"" M" (A/tonlo of opinion.useful in It In 184-1 a violent storm, following a me to land one of the most where those things are put which Your V

Dr. Mellettc., Residence 408 West with a hot tire. Come and see it work all dehllltatod ataum.* general blight destroyed most of the dangerous shoplifters In tho country have waited longest unclaImed Is an Kidneys.,
New York Ave.DeLand and yon will never have your Tires set Prof. B. BartBolow, M.Ooldon D.of Jefferson remaining :Morus uiultlcnulls trees and asked the old detective. 014, portmanteau, gray with dust, yet *

Florida. hot ajaln.'I'hanklnglon. Medical" College In nterfna, says of hemonh aVabuablo even the more hardy white mulberry "Se\eral years ago we were working obviously of better class than Its companions Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood., ,

for your patronage In rhaala (Hoodingand) congestive-t'.UIOr-: variety. This' was the finishing blow. In misfortune. You turn Its
hard to clever
an shop
All the blood In body
I. V. nt' ,VOORHIS ; continuance in ha-a Dr.'(Plerce's gainful! menstruation Favorite Prescription); faithfully I and thus silk culture In America practically lifter who was operating In the large creaking hinges gently expecting tarpaulins four kidneys once your every three passes throUC"\I\)

i' the future, I remainI represents all the above named In- ceased to exist. No Industryever department stores," he continued: \ and V aou'westers, and there V s The kidneys ), ..
> V I Yours to serve ,., gradients and cures the diseases for which In this country received such a "Every day reports would come to us spoiled and ;yellow but arranged with u-, 3l A blood purifiers they fit. .
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'SCOTT* HObGICINS. they\ are UCOll1lllended.RbuNO.TRiP'.RATES crushing stroke,-Scientific American. of more V articles stolen. Detectives feminine grace la a bride's outfit. everything V V tar' out the waste or' 1'
unused down to the modestly Impurities In the .
r p, O.rlUoekJ DeLand, Fla.Honre.OOtol9andl.80tcr4..-' wore detailed especially to the depart. V blOOd.j
Just Eooapod the Madhouse.If folded white gloves., rusty as their but- If they are sick
ment stores to watch for the thief.
apd the bosom of the dress Is 'of order,they all to do
; -.I1oI 'oe.a old Mme.. Daguerre bad been as They were unsuccessful., One day I tons, on _'._ their work.. t
i 00 A8CJS W.anbaJ quick to act as she was to suspect, met a friend of mine. a tailor on Wal- a hotograpb faded beyond recognl-/ Pains aches and rheumatism ..

HOWARD, .ioeT5 So Via tiIantIcC9a5tLh1e Ry. from Louis Jacques Daguorr/ might have I nut street. 'Say, Boober,' he said. 'I've tick, with a prayer book by It and arose come from excess ,;',

-,. ALFRED died In an' Insane asylum, and the got & funny customer at my place. leaf V still", 'marking the marriage of uric acid In th*> I

SUBVBTOR! AND.1, >BA T8MANnapping' Jajsonville to Jamestown Expo.. world might have' waited a century Ha's bavlng one of the queerest' : coat service.: blood, due.to neglected. ,
V longer for a means of preserving family made I V ever "saw.' Ifs nothing but As strange a storehouse of strange kidney trouble. ( V
( "' ; V I $tI4.QCoach( Excursion to Norfolk on likenesses on bits of paper or glass. pockets.'< things as any In the big city Is this unclaimed Kidney trouble causes quick or'unsteadr i, ...'
: a Specialty and limit '
1 Taewday Friday ,
office of the docks heart beats and makes one foal as though"!
I property
( 10 day'No stop oven allowed. Up to the early thirties of the last century ."I went to'' his place and looked at they had heart trouble because '
the heart la ,
I and If few go to Its gray' corridors t<)
MICHIGAN AVENUE, DELAND, FLA. 122.M.: -Fifteen':day ticket.' Good in M. Daguarre bad behaved as any the half finished coat. There were for' traces of the missing still over-working In pumping thick, kldney- V
: sleeper..stop overs allowed withIn well balanced decorator and scene pockets In the sleeves, In the armpits search poisoned blood through veins and arteries i VV
VOLU$1ACOU2iTY V \ ABSTRACT, .. ; ?=: 1Os } limit of ticket. painter should have behaved and then In tho lining and even In the collar and feWer com away In a talkative mood. It used to be considered that only urinary j'
COMPANY. .u..aS..*dq SJ3.L 5.s ..IVIS1S'qI S1'UOIlUA moq 37j0:; -Sixty: : :, day ticket. Good In sleep- be begun to experiment with liquids lapels. "When I looked at the coat I -Pall: Mall Qaxette.Muslo .. troubles wore to be traced to the kidneys, 'a"

V ; ,j Stop overs allowed within and attempted to fasten sun shadowson made np my mind that the man who but now modern science prove, that nearly ;

Bert Fish, Cary Dt'Lamlfs. 4'l." iiaud.t glass or copper sheets. Ho talked was- getting It made was either a" magician aa an Adjunct to ':Education.I all constitutional diseases have their beginning ,
... Season noket.- Good In sleepers. V I has com to be very generally recognized In kidney trouble; V V -
elldent! Sec y and Treas. of 'a wonderful day when be could or a thief.V 'I' decided that "I : ,
Stop oera' allowed within limit his ,that m'tlilc.Ie a great, factor If you are sick you can make no mistake I,
'GP : make portraits of friends without would be In the tailor shop when the ,
.. [) 13th.( by first doqtorlng kidneys. The mild'
, eo. Roo.it froresman the your !
Insured. In education.
Titles ,
either In called for
V brush or pencil. great trepidation man the coat.. Well, when and the t '
Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. We promptly obuUn U. B. and ForeignPATENTS < mel1 Tonrlsl Rates on Sal Daily, Mme. paguerre hurried to a the man came I asked him about the Musical. Standard. says -It help the Swamp-Root extraordinary1,the great effect kidney of >t.remedy Kflmer'st| I!, J,

Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Bup Deader Limit 03tQber SIlL V M700 doctor and weeping, told these symptoms. coat He acted suspiciously and I arrested '- other branches ''by V accustoming. the soon realised. .,It stands the highest Na-lei',, .,,: a

plied., County''Bllnk.DcLANo. ..- Col ...To the doctor's mind they spelled him. lie proved to be tbe man children' respond11-to( their Impressions wonderful cures of the moat distressing teasel r
Volusla 11,20
V Opposite. V**.' V V FLORIDA Chik4g9 Gsws7UlaA IlL f!- J 46,00 nothing less than Insanity, and In we: wereall after. la his room wore by teaching them lIow'td express \ [j

; Det4it,,MKtnvt ..,. 44M Visas thoy set about preparing 11. Daguernctol'1 many" stolen articles."-Kansas City thfttnselvoa,freely; :,and .naturally.; It i uijJJ ..

. S mtabllihoto .
freftreport on pat | Vp fr., book Mt.. Tenn. 84.11! Ulcetro.' But just then the unsuspecting In :$eadlog; maybe mad to omphasli it .,
. RANCE. OFFICEOF, DEARKSI Writ* WaeIilIq&1V.O.r 18'1'.00 victim of' this plot 'succeeded InV No Bath For Him.' < and Illumine the facts<< In ,history:; ample bottle by mall B.ON at_. 11

, B:. H. to PD>tn.B ,LQ:e ; V V rw: aTor'nrtharlnformation fastening tbo shadow on the copper Homeless Homer -,Die here paper It maybe utilised for the purpose of (MO, also pamphlet telling. i _you bladder!how trouble.1 to fii4
HAYW-ARD out If havw kidney ec ',
you J <#< ( V
.-1 anil t :Pnllman plat;'and the art of photography was says ,It's fine to take, a'' sun ,bnth.Brakerod .' mating poetical expression: more perfect Mention this paper when waiting Dr.? KUmesf aCo..Blngbamtoet4.VT4aaaSMVV I ik '

City Property a Specialty. He writes GA5NOW.usirr reservations call on or ,write,' Frank aBoWston. ; born.-Jlotf, Tout,\ Sim., Baker-A sun,.wbatl, ,Worsdst It,is lloasibbetdreproduc.thetea I : '-V Jev.Mtt'tkin'tmakea'nVnlWtalte.butrttntm"1'"

'r'b 'for the Aetna, "Tha' leading fire insnrtanoowomoanv Dlstrlot Passenget Agent;"'AtlanHo ? Homeless. Homer;-A. BUll/butb... ) life and soul of music to have the .' ,
of Americ"-One, of the Coast Llpe, Jacksonvilln Fl"u The ordnance survey department of You're tnklu'" one now. Brakerod 1'ph.e' .f thine.Itself. aa an : "
few (ire companies now-very popular lat8sn I 0 s r* 'KMT orriccWASHLMCTON.O.C 'Yonirs' truly.V V : OreatBiitaln' wok..e of .camera.eA"'flnf Baker- .lIellnomeI', help!' .Iov.\'mn, taOuenc and aa Inspiration I :tat, al tier the Dr. KU'T &... '

rrauoisoo, Cali ral.- "V".'Vp1 '' F* ) *.PMaenger a.BOYL8TONvpUtrto :, Agent.V ; Dlates 4Q$ !by SO Inches. V Inter!: d* aha3: r-Clevelttmi t: ader.b .' V. '. 'whituer.UMr-sini, ot,!ustM." 'jj. .O'' M lIIer'L8 llaan -.ifWllJip.i"! "j V'a '
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; Postmaster General Meyer has ALL OVER THE COUNTYITEMS
; VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD Orange City., Seville. .
; promulgated an order, effective,

Aug. 1, providing that the 'face OF INTEREST WAFTED TO (Mine Ada agent: G.of Manner The Record Is the at duly Orange accredited 'B, (J. Baker of New Smyrna was in Watts & Miller Co.. 0:..

!Koturad In the Pwtnmoo DeLand, Fla.. side of.a postal card may be .divided THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS. City and will accent: subscriptions and town first of this week prospecting.W. (Incorporated) .

M cooond olaas matter. by a vertical line 'placed CORRESPONDENTS. ads for the same. Any courtesies ex- H. Parker and David Kerrlck spent i iHOUSE'
tended her will be duly appreciated.) } '
'1 approximately one-third of the Sunday. in Daytona with their families. ; :

0. E. PREY ATT, Editor. Proprietor. w Miss Maggie Griffin of Orange Park, ,
distance from the left end of the Pierson.
We are sorry to note that Mr. Jack I Is
visiting Misases Alma and Elsa Pre-
card, the space to the left of the Eiuannel Is In very poor health. us before you buy your
If have few State Pierson has no vagabond dead beat vatt.Mr. ,
we a '
line .to. be .used for a message, that Infect the Mr. Geo. Demro is taking a vacationand and Mrs. J. O. Strickland are rejoicing FURNISHINGS
administrations as the :Jenningsand : etc., the portion to the right to is spending part of it in Cocoa. over the arrival of a pon, Tae '
Broward administrations :, B. ,Welbern 'and Mrs J. J. day of this week. -'
The Mabelle
be used for the address only. Harden, who has been WE CARRY A VERY,,ATTRACTIVE.UNB.OF.;

the taxpayers will ,.certainly feel order' al o provides that a'' very I Hughes ,hiked out to DeLand Sunday.. visiting friends In Tltnnville,' returnedlast 'Mr. and Mrs. J.-D. O'Hern of St. Augustine MATTI NOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED .'s\'

ti the effects of the heavy taxation thin sheet of paper may be attached After a two weeks' outing in Late( week. are visiting their parents Mr. SUITS. ,CROSS a
oonnty L. D. Powell returned home I and Mrs. G. A. Jennings.
& Son
them are taking comfort -
imposed upon! if it completely adheres
Friday now in covered wagon. They defy Mrs. W. H. Woodard and children accompanied ,

On account of difficulties met to the cardand such a pastor may Capt. Carl Tnrnqnlat and hill Interesting rain and sun both. her father home to New Reed Goods and Rugs a Specialty'Yhlte' Frost .Is the'R.frig.ratorTry ;

j 'with from the' vernmentJ' and bear writing and printing. Ad- family of DeLand were on'this Miss Massey is having the two rooms Smyrna latter part of the week. a Dixie Mosquito Canppv. None better !pn the Market. ,

Mr. Flagler has vertisements, illustrations orwriting scene Sunday formerly''' used as'the Sperry market, Rev. W. A. Lowderreturned Monday DIREC-ORl{ .1 \
navy. may appear on the backof thoroughly renovated this week. I From St. Augustine where he has been FUNERAL J \ / r
ordered all.work: stopped on the Capt. H. O. Price, the upright naval *.. *"* ''''' ..
the card and the left thirdof The Infant and-Mrs. for several week under treatment al&the .
the Florida on Stores operator of Bakeraburg, went to daughter of Mr. Mr. J. A. Stith, graduate y r
extension of Flagler
West hospital.
lr Key the front. Jacksonville last Friday .Ernest Martin has been quite ill. but I In embalming and licensed by

East Coast Railway.. we are glad to say la now a little better. Mrs. C. H. Messmer had as her guests the State Board of Health, is in
f B.. J..., Bishop and W B. Baker last week her cousin Miss/ Jennie Xer- charge of this department and ..t.
;. If President 'Roosevelt' will PRETTY WEDDING AT ANCLOTE. wealthy naval stores operators of El, Mrs Benharn and daughter and Mrs. man of St. Augustine and her friend will give prompt and careful. .
detail of this
F. C. Graham and children went todayto attention to every ||
Bridge, were here last Thursday. Miss Tina Parrott of Palatka.
k have
and must
not we work.
run again, Coronado to spend about two weeks.
Marriage of Miss 1 Eleanor Morrish Sheriff Cade rode hasteto Mr. A.. M. Flowers and family left
a. republican for, President, La-. Deputy post MUs M. Dickinson leaves tomorrowfor last Funeral Supplies _

Follette of Wisconsin is the man, ''and Mr. Loring; P. Mace. Haw Creek on a man hunt Wednesday her Chicago home. She has stayed relatives Wednesday for an extended visit to
in North Carolina. They will Always in Stock.
but the had heeled it.
..... as The will carry out the, policy of Mr. Loring P. Mace of Lake Helen night, rogue late this year, and we hope she will return also visit. the Jamestown Exposition.Mrs. .

; Roosevelt nearer ;than any other and Miss/ Eleanor Morrish of Anolote Ulna/ Helen Cade, one of this dimple's early. N. A.'Prevatt Is spending a fort-

t republican. in the.country.. were united in marriage on the 9th Inst. moat attractive young ladles, skipped Nashua papers came from Mrs Dun- night in Jacksonville with her daughter .

They are both former Stetson students, out Thursday for an outing to DeLand lap to several Orange City friends containing and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. James M.

The people of the State are In- and happy congratulations are extended and Stetson with kiafolk.Mm. the account of Mrs. Morse's Frazee. at their delightful apartments The Hobart M. Cable'' PianosNo

deed getting very tired 'of' this them bv their DeLand friends. J. H. Baker, a popular, lady of funeral at that place. In the Armstrong building Bay street. 1.<-

corporation howl. It is done to The Tarpon Springs News of the 18th. Crescent City gladdened her titter Mrs. The tree trimming ordered by the V. Mrs. J. E. Dean baa had as her guests one ever_thinks (jnaklnp( ; com

retain office and not in the in- says of the marriage: Ira Beeves and family by becomingtheir I. A. Is progressing nicely and .the Improvement for a tew days her mother and niece '.' parisons between the Hobart M:Cable
All Saints'Memorial Church in this will be appreciated by those Mrs. Padgett and Elan Cres-
admired guest last week. Padgett other'
f PIan'ot'
.t, Pianos The
terest of the state and the people : ,
city was the scene of a beautiful wed- who have been annoyed by the low cent City and her aunt Mrs. Perry and z

:! are begining to realize this fact. ding Tuesday evening July 9th, when W. W. Powell, the razor-back breeder. .banging branches daughter Julia of Jacksonville. superiority: of the.. .Hobart, M. CablePlano

Mr. Loring P. Mace of Lake Helen led wan out a mnle-baok (trading up his 1I.is trouble Lightning last week Wednesday struck la so marked, that when one
no to cut our correspondence -
It'remains'to'' be seen 'now to the altar Miss Eleanor Morrish of range stock Friday. He slackened speed "
short when there is so little to the dwelling known as the W. 0 Braddock 'speaks. of Pianos It Is simply the Hobi'rt'
snack at Jake
whether the Governor of Florida Anclote. All the wedding appointments long enough to Harper write about but this week we wish to place, occupied by A. E Owens '" M
will again interfere with a mandate were as attractive as loving thought for County Judge J. Lee MoCrory, the give ample space for Mrs. Hill's paper, and family. Mrs. Owens was rendered
the skilled musician. The tone is rich .
the bride and of 4
and many pairs willing Abraham Lincoln of the DeLand bureauof "A' Tribute to Mrs. Morse." unconscious for seveveral hours from .
from the judiciary prevent clear and harmonious. Don't think of
bands could make them. The churchwas barristers rolled by thin habitation the shock and giving the children a

the arrest and taking away profusely decorated with pink Thursday on the wing to Jacksonville.W. does We are sorry to know that Miss Bird fearful fright. Dr. Davis of DeLand t 't Mrr'L b;' purchasing a Piano until you have
not to down here
expect come next
from Leon County' his friendlaude crape myrtle and white oleanders white A. McBrtde. county surveyor and winter, and has offered her pretty cottage was summoned and up to present writing seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable

() L'Engle. chrysanthemums forming a pleasing son Francis of Barberville were on tnis for sale. Mrs. Evans has rented it, the mother la getting on nicely. Isis Piano.
sight in a huge bouquet over the arch
Say what will about the of tile chancel, while at either side of pike drive way Thursday, having business and perhaps later will buy that or something one of the miraculous incidents house that J. A. ERICKSON les the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
you, with B. B. Minahew, the merchant else here. apparently occasionally occnr.ThB ,
limes-Union it is Florida's great the chancel rail were rare collections of prince. I was shattered in several places, and it is
potted plants and ferns. The ceremonywas The Library yard looks trim and nice, wonder. J
an occupant escaped. Several
paper, and it is doing a great performed by the Rev. Chas. Grayof HonestNels, and Mrs. Pierson shippers I having been mowed recently and the
the home of this
years ago family JOHN B. WELCH
work,; fn presenting the attrac- St. Petersburg. The maid of honor of decorations shipped a novelty building done in the spring "spick and wan blown down by storm, the motherat

tion, advantages and recourses was Mus/ Mace, a sister 'of the groom, order of ten packages of long running span" in fresh paint tfhe Library has that time sustaining quite serious in ,

before and the bride's maids were sisters of wild grape and othei hammock vines also been fitted with a few new shelves: juries. ORANGE CITY, FLA.
of the State prospective I
.to accommodate the increased numberof .. ..._. __uu___ _.___u__..
and investors. the bride, each carrying a basket of Friday.E. -
bride's roses. The ushers were Messrs. D. Beatty of Jacksonville, the books contributed during last quarter Glenwood. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
Paul Cheyney and Roy Fernald. seventy-five in all.
Manatee! claims that government postoffloe inspector, paid TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
County lo the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding
this place a visit in the interest cf Uncle Did you'see that ioe In Orange City Mr. Waterman still remains a very
she basl1ly,,about one-fifth of a March, played by Mrs. Paul Chey Sam last week. He pronounced the last Thursday? It Is hard to believe that weak condition.Mrs. -DRY GOODS,_ SHOES, HATS. ETC., ETC.-

crop' of oranges this year. Her her ney, father.the bride Mr.entered on M.the Morrish arm of books in first claag order. you could have seen frozen O. O. waterin J. B. Conrad is spending the Best and Freshest Canned' --Goods; -'constantly;; on hand and all first
this town on that day but it is cold
DeSoto reports a
near class Groceries
neighbor, who her week in DeLand. for your table.
gave away. It is a settled tact that Minshew &
fact Just the and Mr. Cozen
same, can
about one-half crop., Those orange At the altar they were met by the Harper will not have all the mercantile testify that he sent water to the ice The orange groves have been well Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market In Connection.

growers' who have crops of fruit groom, and during tbe impressive ser business/ here to themselves, as Capt. factory at Stetson to be frozen to show cared for in this section this season. Orders receive careful attention;; -and-delivery- -prompt.; You will find my prices ...

in this State. the present year, vice Mrs. Paul" Cheyney played, "I C. W. Brown of BakersbnrR, who what lovely Ice it would make. Again Nice rains this week to cool the air as low as the lowest. Give me a call.

for Promise Thee, very softly on the or knows the ins and outs of business, and and
i are going to get good prices thanks for our piece. brighten np and keep. things grow.
gan. Tbe bride was dressed exceeding. Judge Jim Cade of Little Egypt, will ing.
the best
the same, probably ly attractive in a lovely wedding gownof open a store as soon .as the hammer and Tribute to Mrs. Morse. Mayor Bly and family, Mrs. Grant

prices ever .had for a crop 0 f Paris mouBseline over white taffeta saw can build a home for a stock of Bly and two daughters of DeLand took KLICKER BROS

oranges shipped out of the Stateof trimmed in German valencennes lace goods on the old mill site on Church On Thursday, July 11th, a meeting of dinner in Glen wood Sunday.

Florida' with Swins embroidered medalions. Her avenue east side railroad. the Village Improvement Associationwas The sweet potato patches are looking

veil was Brussels net, trimmed with in the absence of the President and well, what few there are. The hogs Merchant TailorsFour

The new pension law will bringa : white flowers. The maid of honor and Charles Swartengreen the champion vice-President, called by the Secretary keep as folk from raising many.C. .

heavy burdeu 1''upon the taxpayer brlde's-maids were dressed in pink over fodder puller in these diggings, who led for the purpose of paying'a tribute to B. Sproul found a big rattler coiled .
the laddibucks through all stripping on
of Florida. All needy Oonfed pink.After the memory of Mrs. S. L. Morse. A up in his tomato patch Monday which Doors South from Fisher's Corqer
the ceremony congratulations the F. D. Harper farm, killed a large
it' large number responded the club room he soon killed wit a pitch fork.
orate veterans widows of Con:
or were extended] and the guests repaired snake: Saturday that carried 11 rattles

I -' federate veterans should be pen to the home of Mrs. W F. Meres, where and a button on his sandy pike. Hiram was tastefully arranged with vases of Rev. West has his crop of vegetables Suit for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns
flowers floral offerings had been sent in about all gathered and will be
sinned but this service pension the bride' table was arranged in the Ashley, the 19 honrs a day worker who ; soon night, new,
by Miss Dickinson, Miss Babcock, Miss ready to take his vacation and
/ / fishing Suits
go that fit too just Suits lined
you superbly
:vl center of which was the beautiful bride'soake. is known for his fondness/ for his log through
by which all veterans, however Massey, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Welsh, on the beach.
.' After delicious refreshments, the ging business, also killed, a monster right, and through
well off draw pension is Mrs. E. A. True was called to the Miss/ O. Conrad and Miss St. Claire Suits well
can. a a bride and groom were escorted, midst rattler after stepping on his tall while made at prices rljl'l1tSulta that are a bargain trueWaltlnjl' -
chair, was offered, and the Chair drove ont to the Clifton district Tuesday
bad precedent to establish. It prayer here. When
showers of rice and good wishes, to the at work Friday, that measured S feet you appear.
man asked for voluntary tributes. She where Miss St. Clair
/ was
will take a half million dollars a station, where they took the 9 p. m. with 19 rattles and a button. Go ahead teacher for the next term.E. appointed
said a few feeling words of appreciationand CONSULTATION
year to meet this expense. train for St.. Petersburg on their way lads and kill all these crawling reptile, FREE.
loss, anj in turn each one spoke H. Shoemaker returned home last :
on an extended tour the mountains
among Minshew & Harper, the purchasers of around the entire circle. week after spending nearly two in '
W. :M.: Brown, late Preident of of North Carolina,, and other years KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand Floirda
northern points. the Gunter mercantile business, have The Secretary! had prepared a paper Washington 1>. O. and Cascob, Conn. ,
the Fort Dallas National Bank
found the investment a good one. The giving Incidents during the entire period All his friends are glad to see him back,
The bride is one of onr choicest
at 'Miami", whose, doors were ordered young general manager of the firm, Mr. J. A. since the inception of the organization.At Mrs. Shoemaker is having a new
ladies who from birth has in
closed by,the National'examiner our midst honored by old grown and young up harper, states that the business is constantly the close of her report a standingvote fence put in front of the' Growbridgeand r- I

last week, has been arrested dike and has ever been a bright star in increasing and it la possible that of thanks was given by the memo Shoemaker groves and hog wire all Now is the time to order I

and placed under $10,000 the home circle. The groom is a rising the firm will soon build a large ware- bers.Mrs. around the grove to see if the hogs can
Hill said in part. "In the midstof be
room on their lot near the depot for kept out.
bond for his appearance for trial young man of sterling worth, who, together
work which constantly crowds ----
storing car load purchases of hay, grain upon
+6 before the U. S.Court' under the in with fruit his culture father and is largely own 'valuable Interested fertilizers: orange box material, etc. All:' us, day by day it is well and most appropriate THE JAP WAR. Simon Pure No.1for 1

charge ,of making' or ordering to the people residing in this healthful for us to pause for this brief --r
property at Lake Helen. Although the hour to consider the life and labors of Admiral Barron Yamamoto;
made entries neck ot the woods ..
a be false ,in the groom is a stranger to ns, we judge are prosperous, hap one who bat yesterday' was one of as Instead of sending his photo. your grove ana be sure of(large crop next
bank's books. The Miami friends from what the bride is py and contented.O. ; Visited Ted at Oyster Bay winter. All
worthy of, he one who has been with us from the very And incidentally to the b :st groves use SIMON PURE !

of $dlr.. ;Brown: :, however, believe Is Both a good bride and and noble man.' E, Jones of West Pierson had a inception of our Association, anil who There would be no war say this sninmer; FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : :

there was no crookedness bn the groom are among the ,close call Friday'afternoon while on In connection with Mrs. F. E. Hooker Rosy..ld"' I heard the rumors' N* ******.** '
4 graduates of the Stetson of
part of the President of the bank DeLand. Many handsome his way to town. When opposite the organized the Village Improvement Association But when. you see the front of Allies E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonville. Fla.
''presentsrere Co.
and that this will be when Hughes place he was overtaken by a of Orange City. It was at the And hear Funaton brag ii'eour smiles! .
proven received embracing beautiful designs The
Ban Francisco planned
I heavy thunder shower He 'toook shelter row as
home Mrs. 'The
of Morse at Gables'that
the trial off. in ont glass and silverware.
comes Is entirely too much Japanned
; on the Blakeely house porch near the, the organization was effected May It will be for von to borrow. ; T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.

I 4 It look just now that Claude Vacation for Mothers, Too street. Just as he got seated upon a box: 15th, 1894. Since the beginning she baa And for us to lend tomorrow. r

a bolt of lighnlng struck large mulberry been one of the and DeLand. S.
People who work for themselves, especially promoters leading W. H. t
LEnglerhas, carried hit malignant ; tree right In front of the veranda '
mothers, often glory In not spirits of our Association, and but for Serllle"Bull'Team. i .
; attacks upon the people off taking a vacation In staying forever at where he w.a seated, shattering off one her ardent support and enthusiasm, this .

:tnii State just a little too far. In home, in sticking solidly to what they Bide of it. The burning electricity broke Society might not have been In existence The baseball team of this place went 12iAL; MACHINERYPortable
all round in the vicinity! of Mr. Jones to Palatka last Wednesday, July 10, ,
his last week's-Snn with all that it has meant to the ,
d appeared vicious believe to be.their duty.. ,To ;yon my and played a very'good The :
but he sustained game. fs.
no injury other'than of this place. I
;; attacks, upon Fetes 0. conservative reader a vacation Is'just progress score was 8 to 4. J. L. Robinson pitcheda and }
a pretty good shock "The name of Mrs. Morse has been Stationary Enginesand
a good and the
W* Knight, Wallace Stovall of Tam- .. necessary as it Is to the tired teacheror synonym for progress all these years. Allen was game there in the received!game. If Tlnn the Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood Work- IUSE I

pa ,and.the1' County'' Judge and the faithful clerk; and for the same 'A flower transplanted to live in para. To her efforts we owe many of the remainder of the nine had played as the lag Machinery and Supplies.' Corn I

reason-that yon may do more'work dice, and the news oast a pall of sadness marked improvements in our town, two mentioned Palatka would not have plet line carried in stock; Liberal '
Sheriff ,"of Ma a eOounty. lie when you do work,' and do ,It more here Mr. and Mrs. Hagatrom of this which have become so common that we scored The next day Daytona and Pa. Terms. Wite for '

will now have several1 other libel effectively.! The duty which holds yon place received a telegram Sunday conveying have forgotten the time when they did latka met on the diamond and the scorewas catalog..
not exltt.
"" 6 to 9 in favor of Palatka. The '
i suits'' on his hands as,we 'under- will be better performed the home that the sad Intelligence of the deathof "That our comrade was eminently boys have fell on J. L. R. for the rest Pal of State Agents for the Olds das and Gasolene. Engines

stand that the Tampa gentlemen you are guarding will .be' better kept, their daughter, Mrs. P. O. Ekman at progressive we all know; she was not the summer. He stayed over and play. Address all communications to ; ; ; / r I
and the cheerfnluees, and and the one to take a back track along line ed it great He
have"Instituted crimnal libel courage Gainesville, Fla., home. She was any game against Daytona. ''
proceedings optimism which ;yon' need will be more just in the noon day of life, and a brideof of progress. She possessed intellectual will go back Thursday to play against MALSBY 'MACHINERY COMPANY '
him and he ability In a marked degree and St. Augustine or Gainesville.. ,
!; ; was .
i 'if tale tlm_
readily summoned 'yon three months. She was ill less than a alive all I Long Distance Phone 574
to tbe
'I'j wilt; ,be taken to Tampa by >an not next year,, but in the remaining day. The great reaper seemed angry; dav.- She was also new optimistic movements and of the lAd Captain Seville :Team, Jacksonville Fla., n Ocean St. ; ,;

officer for trial unless the Governor week. ot this very. summer-to drink in and cruel going so early in the us to feel that we could accomplish al i

...' ;:step's i in.and'prevents the the stimulant. :pew faces, new.land- morning of life and taking the young most anything if we would only go .i
I ahead in
I an optimistic spirit. In the
t 'execution &..\ for the _pee Home and new experience for tin". Woman'l wife's spirit' Bat when we' rightly understand work of this. organization Mrs. Morse .,. ''I.
Companion upaLM'D
"second time.: we.will see, though dear and was also exceedingly persevering; tha

tweet, she was taken with the fact of her continuing year after "
: vl., the enterprising end public morning year ARMOUR
1' trange breath which means freedom because she felt the work must go on FERTILIZERS a
Doee;Yeeem; t. :v. spirited 'dry-goods merchant, of this from the shows this; she has also shown her devotion -
tolls of
iwBtlo djand''otheir: State, officers tower has formed a partnership with the weary days.All who knew to Orange City, the home of her ar
the manager of the Yonoa People's Dra- tola Christian lady war very much attached adoption in many ways, more especial' '
would''Indorse a Republican for math Club and to her and deeply referet to learnof ly by giving herself to the work of improvement For Fruit :
on Saturda.JoIyll7th,
i ... the>!edira' ]judgeahip,while suchDemocriaa her death. Monday afternoon large by this long continued effort Vegetable 'h'f, '
.,: Monday SOtb. ,and Tuesday 80th, will of years Mrs.. Morse was t peculiarly 1 .
: Hon. Fred T. Myers give as a premium on every$6.00 par mtinber, of sympathizing friends asaem susceptible' to.words of appreciation; t fi ) '

_w ;;'.D Evelyn C. Maxwell are ohaie a'free ticket to the coming entertainment bled at the Hagttrom home to hear the often times she would exhibit the de 9 / ,Field. Crops : ,4t:
\ word of the light of a child over some word
comforting gospel delivered kindly; *
at the'Public HcboolAuditorlom ., ,. ?"
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eo'geperallflndorsedrby ,
,being of a1>appreciation and this leads us to feel .
by the Rev W. J. Harknees DeLand I
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Here Is chance to '
v; ,'many 1 ,> receive something for nothing,,.A whole and as a mark respect to the deceased and more generous of our praise Following. are Agent In Volusla County: !

t ....State.oW.; ( reaenel:comMent evening's. ,entertainment j jot rolleoklng ,,and family.-. The body .was tenderly; whenever a kind word could give N ,fZ.T. ,

On': bhilp'p\? ;e ,tJ1.. '-y".flln: 1 fan.all for nothing.,, -All:yon have to dos brtneto the Lutheran cemetery and genuine pleasure.' It might be an ap BIBLDY, OcUnd, Florida. 1.- I,
propriate motto for our club room: I.: 1'. BABNKY, f '
there laid to rest in ; J
theOovernor peaceful deep To PATILLO 11'1
to Davle' and & CO.
;, poeltionr behnlRg ( go to M. store buy a Pleasant word. are like honeycomb; 3h.aa outhuty..wlle.file DeLeon.sprl Jra'

Mid-oth-r:.State) ;::"-offl.ials:;acted ''dress'a pair'of shoes-a few ''yUlla of the grief stricken husband father and sweet' to the sonL'"Mrs. MAO, "'aa ,A. KPBEVATT.r. r,. .F.. MACK Por'Orange"l l i
mother do not 2Judor ;i'
weep; departed lovedoue's .
lao,I' embroidery, ribbon br" hosiery Mon was so fall of nervous Seville ', .
ba.Mly, not knowing' \ there would that yen need and are''going! to; have to earthly pain and trouble are over; energy, so fall of the things of life so MvsmePORCH ,O. G. B06TROM. Lake Helen' I I, ) .

ant ,fr.% Wove: "to'secure the> ;ap6intHT ) bay.jIIlwa.la( ; **A''iecelvw V you* .free she has gone to her biassed reward loV'1' Interested to realise that in life she Itself meet it to hard with for ni SHADES I Ormond t W. P. WILKINSON.New,. f:.

'..... ft llloont.Jt they dui} ticket to this entertainment ;:Don't forge mgly and patiently awaiting dear ones more on earth. As can abe said on a similar ni no QR0BEB-MORKI3 HDW: CO. I. PUTNAM & FOWLER: Smyrna. .

.,.. ,1f4: J;'i Ken thejr deserva' to.be tbe dates; July f7tb, Mtn and SOtn. left behind. Mrs. Ekman v was born in occasion regarding Mr Hooker, so let .We'are eiclu lve agents at DeLand A.TPATILLODaytona ., # Oak Hill 1 T'

.,"I"d, : : Make your purchase'1 reeelvw your free Tioga county; Pa.', July 18th. 1879, married as say of her, that 'we will strive to bea for these Porch Shade*. Just the thing' A.i P.GTJNTEB -a r.M ,"
be ,
,, ticket, and help the PnMte School along.: live and growing Association out of for verandas i
Mth your during the bot
April last since which '
This Is a'' biff sal. sad*,Ma, ..._. summer D. F. WETHBREEL[ >:' ...' 1
I t6eyhold.rbooyat *. Urn ahe' baa ..maided: at Gainesville, respect for the memory of Mia. Morse.In sun.; Call at,; .pur store'' and : .. ; .. O. Ii. OLAWSONPleri I1V
Neighboring ona'peoptoaitoTJtffL. n
-t ) : 8l this way we can keep her memory examine.. 'I .Holl-Hfll':. ,
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., it. . U. . . . . . .. . . + .. . . + + + . . + + + + . LOCAL SYNOPSIS.. Try our pork sausage. ,The!, Mark t. + .+ + ....+ .j. .", H. '....,.,".',.".....'r.l. .:\\.rJ.;.,"I"'J'\
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/ EMBROIDERY EI I'llE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS! 01./ Miss1 Gertrude Westlake was a Lake I ,'" ./\ ; ,

,. 'Y Helen visitor to DuLand Thursday, ..t L' .., .
.. TilE J.'AST
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T- T--TT- u. Al r I- Mrs Rufus Leavitt was an Orange .
City visitor DeLand Wednesday -., \
LOOM and Hucfoty Items (Or the .eople'e
Mrs. 8. W. Johnston and children I returned -
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= Embroideries Insertions Pap.r -Brl.l Mention of F.et. a.C. ,
f r : Wednesday; from Seabreeze.:' ; ;; ,,'. .
f: ;: )... by our Ki ortr. ,
A very heavy rain fell at DeLand last ,
'nt Dentist Monday noon, one of the heaviest for ,', ..' ,
., and. W B. Taylor, '
t i t V"BeadIngs;\ VeInIng ,, : Dr. Mellette'a Remedies at Allen's. the year. f. 5 "

Mrs. W. A. Allen hostess at ..FOR SALE.Cool :. "" ":... .. ,
Try pork The Market. was .. .. ..
oar unatutge. '
. .. another of her pleasant teas last Friday >,. 1 M':< ;
All Over Embroidery Mr. 8. V. Hough spent several !day 'dt'yni, / ..',
f' .ti-:: at Coronado this week fishing.Mr. afternoon. .. .'. >>,, '

.. Messrs. Perkins, Landis and Brizsell .r. I .rt?\ "' .
J. A. Stith In Jacksonville
) i' JlT't was spent several days on the coast this .01' "' : .
drat the week business.
T the, of on I.VV I.
t week fishing "

f"j: business Mr. E. L. McBride the first pajd of\ the Jacksonvillea week. Sheriff Turner returned Tuesday from .. ::'icj.:
trip Clothes
t Price an official visit to coast points and to ,<.
: Off Regular Miss Edna Morris Is visiting her sir Jacksonville. ..x,
ter Mrs. Chas. Pickard In Jacksonville
Messrs. Charles and
Flowers S. E. .For.
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.! if Judge Stewart was in Jacksonville 01, Lemon were north end visitors to De- .
,. legal business the latter part of thi Land
I Mr. George N. Dozier and daughter "
Mrs. M. Dnnbar and Miss Dunn left, Miss Helen were Orange City visitorsto iAT

last Tuesday to spend the summer lithe DeLand yesterday.Mrs. ,
Reductions In other departments.Ask North. ::
Sophia Banta and daughter Miss "
to see our Cross Bar Linens. Mr. and Mr J. W.Fudger have gone Martha left last week for several 'J ... ,

to honee-keeping, Mr. F. having leased months' visit in New England.Mrs. .
.'PHONE 77 DREKA & CO. Record Flat. "
G. A. the W. T. Walters of the south end, ,

I Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Martin have returned spent last week at DeLand with her siterinlaw .

+ + + . + + + tI + . .. t 14f+" + + + + + + + + .. + + + + + + + + t + t home at from Lexington their, Ky.trip to the former Mrs. O., P. Walters. .", .
Cashier S. A. Wood of the Volns
Mr. W O. Jackson returned Saturday "
County Bank, went to Seabreeze: Wednesday -
AT THE CHURCHES. from Green Cove Springs where he ha for a week's recreation.A .

n_ _W large naval stores Interest!
chance to learn French or Spanls
SOUVENIRS NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES Methodist Episcopal t'hareh Month.11 I Mr W. P. Edwards of Trilby, Fla., Is Call at Prof. Gautier's, 81 Clara Ave..
Sabbath at
Regnlar services every spending the week at DeLand with his DeLand Fla. Terms SIS
a m and'7 80p m; Sunday school at 10( per quarte
Junior Epworth League 8 pm;Sen father! deputy sheriff[ Edwards.Mr. .
,_ a m; Mrs. Frank S. Sams was over from

lor Epworth League Wednesday 6 80 p m, 180;mid-week p m.A and Mrs. John Cranor left last New Smyrna this week visiting the N++ +VVTTVTTT+N T+.+++++*++FNHFN, .+i1N4+""" ++>+

prayermeetlng cordial invitation ia extended: to all week for a visit at Boston and on Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. Mam .. -------- _.------- --.
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these services. Cranor's farm in New Hampshire. Mr. L. H Roberts now living i at Thomas N Page and son William are 'The San acknowledges a pleasant call

The Baptist Church. Miss Bessie Hamilton of this place Winter Park, but has his grove interest In Virginia visiting the old home, and yesterday from Prof. Leo Snhrle: principal

The regular services at the Baptist was married last Friday night to a Mr. at Orange City yet, was In town Satn- will see the Exposition before returning of the Normal department of the

I' church Sunday morning will be conducted Ames of Tampa, Rev. Dates officiating day.For All remaining summer millinery\ togo Stetson University, DeLand, who came

I ALLEN & CO. by Dean Smith. You are cordi- Mrs. A. L. Subtle will leave soon to Rent-Furnished seven room cottage at i off regular price to make room to address the teachers of the Summer

ally Invited. spend the balance of the summer in the north side Minnesota Ave., No.< for Fall showing. G. A. Dreka & Co.. Normal Friday evening. Prof. Snhrie

Druggists and JewelersNext The First Methodist Episcopal church. mountains of Tennessee or North Caro- 817. Residence of Mrs. Bristol. $35 a 'phone 77.Messrs.. is an educator of note and hist address

Rev. Wm. J. Harkness, Ph. D., Fas- Una. month. Lanman & Ackroyd have Friday evening was very much enjoyed,

( to the Postofllcce) Wanted-Second hand 14 inch cut All mechanics, carpenters and labor. force of carpenters at work on the fine as well as quite instructive.-Gaines
school 10 45 morning services ville Sun.
DeLand Florida Communion.: ; Epwortb away disc harrow. Must be in good order era are kept busy at DeLand, and there new residences for W. C. Jackson and
11 Holy
league a. m.6.49 preaching service 780.: and price reasonable. Inquire at will be no let up in this rash for the J. H. Tatom. Mr. Mayo Dade says that if parties

Theme-"A Conference to be Avoided." this office. next six: months.Mr. Dr. H. D. Braoey returned the lAtter who have the chinch bug in their St. Augustine -

Union meeting with the M. E Church Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Allen and their and part of the week from an extended stat grass lawns will put a spoonfulof
Mrs. John L. Nuckols will
South Presbyterian and Christian. two daughters, Misses Julia and. Elinor, at Fort Ogden, where he has a very saltpetre in a bucket of water and
churches. All are cordially invited.At spend the latter part of the summer at
have been the week at He sprinkle the grass thoroughly with the
spending present the former Kentucky home. It Is the promising young orange grove. resumes -
the Presbyterian Church. Jacksonville.Mr. the practice of dentistry here solution they will not be bothered with
\first visit to the old home for
Sunday school at 9:43, preaching ser Byron Eccles, prescription clerk many and will be fonnd now occupying a this hug thereafter. It is an inexpensive

vice at 11 o'clock. Theme of sermon: at Fisher's drug store, left the first of years. suite of rooms, for his office In the remedy and it should Do tried, aa
"He' Must Increase But I Must De Vegetables and fruits of all kind Klicker building, south Boulevard. some of oar beautiful lawns are being
the week for a two weeks' vacation at
Y. P. 8. C. E. at 8:45: The
FINE STATIONERY PURE DRUGS crease. tahevllle, N. O. have been in great! abundance at Dt destroyed by this bug.
union service in the Methodist Episcopal I Little Miss Janie Strange, who accompanied
church. Dr.Harkness preaching. Mrs A. E. Raymond of Fort Myers, Land all the year, but there will ttOOn her aunt Mrs. Judge Mc Dr. W. S. Taylor, President of the Society .

Is spending a couple of weekj with he be a scarcity of some until the fall crop Crory home from Tallahassee taken for the Prevention of Cruelty to

f' The regular Installation of officers of sIster Mrs. Dr. Voorhls, accompaniedby come inMrs. seriously ill Saturday night und the Animals, requests The Record today for

the K. of P. Lodge of this place took t her two children. A. J. Cleghorn, who has been: mother was telegraphed for arriving him that if parties will\ come before him '

place Monday night as follows: E. A. Get a sewing machine or a talking visiting her sisters, Mrs. Judge Me- Sunday night. The little sufferer is or any member of the Society and make

McCormack, Chancellor Commander; machine from Erickson during the next Crory and Mrs. S. M. McCrory, returned now much Improved, and will\ be well complaint of \ill treatment of any kind

ALLEN & co. J. A. Stith, Vice Chancellor; W. D. 80 days at a big bargain. Don t forget to > the latter part of the week to the sufficiently to return home with the of an animal he, In his official capacity

4J. F.. Bntner, Prelate; J. A.Erlckson: Masterof see him about these bargains. Americas, Ga, home. mother the first of the week. will\ see to it that the person or persons

Work; B. E. Goodman, Keeper Mr. Williams Laws, the Orange City committing the offense shall be,vigor
"School, handsomely printed 8-
Mr. B. F. Chapman, who has been off a
Records and Seal; R. H. Boyd, Masterof mill In town ously and promptly prosecuted; that if
saw man was yesterday
House of Volusla County magazine size is another
Leading Furniture m a vacation in Ohio, returned home page paper
Exchequer; J. E. Alexander, Muter folly' recovered from the injuries he releived DeLand publication, Mr. B. F. Beelarof this is done Instead of complaining to
yesterday. He. left Mrs. Chapman at
of Arms; J. W. Hicks Inside Guardian; her while operating the planer at his Beelar'a commercial school, editor the Society through anonymous communications -
Logan with people until fall.
J. A. Allen Outside Guardian. After mill a few weeks ago, and proprietor. While In part it t Is as have been done a number
work was finished the retiring Chanllor The colored baseball team of Plant
times, the Society could more promptly
"DROP IN"and
Commander entertained the Campbell & Van Horn have another published In the interest of the Beelar
mem- City plays the team at this place this and effectually enforce the law
ben with a supper. handsome car to their auto transfer ,school it contains lots of valuable information more
Newest -... -- afternoon and tomorrow afternoon, and line, making four oars meeting the especially to students and to against cruelty to animals. You will
see our he games promise to be interesting rains at Orange City and the night young people starting out in life. find the Society ready toco-operate with
Insurance agent Wright was over at nes. in the prosecution and convictionof
Styles in Parlor and New Smyrna the first of the week to Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Barber of the I trains at the Junction. The new scenery for the Public: you any! person maltreating an animal.
Prof. Snhrie returned the latter School Auditorium has arrived and will
adjust the loss incident to the fire In peninsula, opposite\,: New Smyrna:! spent partof
the week from Middle be set this week. It will be shown
Dining Room fur- the Ocean House last Sunday morning. the latter part of the week at DoLand, a trip through up
and West Florida in the interest of Stetson to the Ang. 2nd! In the comical
public on Marsh Market.If
The fire was of unknown origin. It nests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. The .
started In a closet, and before gotten Miller. University, and was cordially received farce "Atchll" The manager also hopesto
niture. citizens of all the he have the four want the choicest cuts of Meats
by towns < new pictures hanging you
had six
,1 under control destroyed or seven There is no let up on the part of Contractor -
visited.( on the walls of the Auditorium for this ave> your orders with us. The best of
hundred dollars worth of furniture and Cannons in pushing the work on Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
did several hundred dollars damage to the DeLand and Daytona hard surface Mrs. W. B Fndger has broken uj entertainment. These pictures and 3hops, Sausages Hamburg Steak,
the boa...... There was no insurance on road. Every team available he has at housekeeping at her home on West scenery have been purchased with the fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon,

Phone No. 62 J. F. ALLEN & CO.DeLand, Fla. he furniture. work hauling shell. New York Ave., and leaves today foiacksonvilln proceeds from the recent entertainments etc Courteous attention and prompt
-Cinderella and Among the delivery.
Gold filled watches, warranted for ten Prof. Frank R. Osborn, who has been where the future home Marsh Bros. .

ears. from *3 to$7.CO, at Boley's. here seeing to the details preliminary to will here.be, Mr. Fndger going into business Breakers.

beginning work on the University

library returned to the summer home Mr. J. R. Britt woo was quite senualy ______MMMMM_ .___ _
in Michigan Tuesday. hurt in the side by the lever of a I .

O=, 0=o 10=0=0n We are having a rainy season, but stump pulling\ machine while pulling Co's is made from the j
ap stumps on the Berestord Celery tt .
the ground is so dry from the long !
farm last week, la much better and will
., drouth that the rains are dolnfC'but soon be himself again. choicest cuts
01 0n little in the matter of filling the flat very .,

Will! You Do Me favor? woods, ponds, and lakes. up located>A brother at DuLand ot Mr.and Alex has: Longdon a position bat Inthe of meat, and cured I :

n a n nU "Atohf is catching, but its! effect is office of Contractor Cairns. Mr.

harmless, so don't be afraid to coma to ongdon's parents propose to comedown to a mild, delicate

the Public School Auditorium on Aug. from the Pennsylvania home Inths .
2nd and enjoy -a hearty laugh. It will De- flavor. It comes
fall to reside permanently at
U If for any reason I fail to please you tell me. U brighten you up these dull summer LaDd.

days. Everybody desires to be "Beautiful to your table in

As soon as I know just what your wants are in Mr Tom Stewart entertained six of Forever," so if yon will come out totbe eNut', "

)0- his young friends at tea Wednesday. In entertainment on Aug. 2nd yon vacuum glass jars:

n the meat line. I will always furnish it to you. n nU. the evening a large number of friends may learn the secret of beauty and go Beef .
Sliced kind +
came In as a surprise. This occasion' home a-wiser individual We know free from any ,

was In celebration of his fourteenth you will be happy for that one evening .

U. ;BUT U birthday Mr. Hawks, sneolal agent ot the insurance !at t Mr.any C.rate.A. Willard, who purchased I of preservative, ready of instant use. Include "

companies carrying policies on the handsome home of Mr. A. C. Haynes in order. 1
0 the Bond Sandstone Brick: Co at Lake a jar your
o last week brings his family here that
tell I know. There is Helen, was here the first of the week tbs children may attend Stetson. He
If you me wont adjusting the losses from the fire at the A. H. WOODALL 1
plant last week. ,Ie a prominent business man of the
feel than Miami[ section. He and family are delighted '"
that. makes to
,nothing me worse see a Mrs. Thomas R. Webb returned the with DeLand. -:.
latter part of the week: from Jacksonville Our line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Is as complete. ,

I I customer drop out, be they large or small, andO where she had been visiting her Sheriff DeLand! Wyatt of Manatee business connty this week.was: It can .be;0 fresh and all high class, standard brands. .
at 1 on official
I always wonder 'why. If''you have a ,kick com'O daughter granddaughter Mrs. H Miss T.Marlon Howard.Howard Her, Sheriff Wyatt is the officer sent to Tallahassee Fresh vegetables every r morning. .' 3r

accompanied her home. with a warrant from County ,'l'

i1tg: '' give it to me, .fof'even if'I am: not able: to Mrs B. E. Brown and son Robert left Judge Stewart' court of Manatee for '.
Claude but failed =PHONE 79Slbbc
the arrest of L'Engle,
first of tbe'week to the balance .
the spend
II 'adjust ',the matter-
}- sylvania home. Mr. 'Brown and the Ing.Mr. a OIRtl II >t 41 _._MMM s _MM"M .
ways try to do) you are dingD.e.a.qreat'( '' Favor, oldest son, Earl, remain to look after L. Tedder, 'one of,the Volnsla '1
the East Coast, '. .'
who went
of the of the Pntnam boys on -' J
the guests ,- '.j 11.
as it. will enable me to .avoid 'making the' same and made good money growing toma- 'g ':' .

; o Inn.Mrs.. I* J. Davie and little Mary' left toes, was visiting old''' friends In this J (J.. /1'-. '

o.- ':mistake with others. WtLlH m ! '
thousand dollars the past season from '
summer with Mr. Davis at Oadsden,
., Ala. Her sisters.in-law, Mrs. J. H. his tomato crop He Is located at Boyn-' / V&rmckc u
"" ton. _
it BUrT '. Brnmser and Mrs. A. r. Dreka, also ,
) Henry M. Flagler Is the largest indl-
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left the same day for the former homeIn "Ea..tlo" Book.
In Volusiaconuty His
Tennessee. idnal tax payer "
I Hotel and threader I and Desk mblaed. _
Mrs Judge McCrory, who has been taxes on the Ormond ; I

oj. :are.: ;:.i not old( of them,, hO)pV can we correct '0 spending several weeks at Tallahassee four adjoining lots!and on the furniture ,PonnItS M muCh Or .little P ,.. '

"t ? r with the family of her nephew, Mr. eta( In Ormond, are over two thonandillars book apace as wanted. .,, <1', + ,. '
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Desk Unit orttth a :
them? From this tax alone Mr. Flagr Comprises '
\ ,, Chanter Strange returned'home Saturday Book Units. 'k :
'l : few 0/1 many "
hO'L'1' ; ; c )l'd', t ii i last',,accompanied by'' Mrs. J. E. pays about$22S.00 fo the anb-dJstrict: dkad. ., Roomy, .' .r. r.'
school at Ormond.What .. t (attractive. Call and_ ,
Mickler and child. The Judge. met them. 14/ 1"1
'..: < > :; ; .. In Jackson villa.. : are we going to do about houses i "olMReforcalabpOOJO$ ,.J i.
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; B'flRKBir (The Best '*""f ",,,,'1Ii
l'H ; ) Broward has forIrent 1 furnished and unfurnished, I J-PIAL"EN"-'CO" ... .
,-' .. Governor requested 1 '. .. -,, ';. ');): '.'..
t: \ ) ." ,' .... ) Judge Stewart of the Criminal Court of thla'coming fan The demand will oer- .'". O.v rAtlBW'far., t: ;. I..' ,yar\ '.. i",! "
? Record of this county to hold the July talnly be In excess of the supply from theway 1'
"b o & ).'Phone .Ate." ., .E... .L., }McBRIDE: M'gr. ''Od term of, the Orange county 'criminal inquiries are already coming. in. 'DeLAND"", .. S. PLA.I' ", .' n,
,' ,, I iP !' .' ,. DeLaad will\ have the
r ) '( \ court for Judge J. D. Beggs Judge The pro peo.

.. ". .. Mil tII Stewart gosh to Orlando Sunday, and. bel.<.| winter1 season,,by long !odd_ .than ..

0- .oil 0 on Monday irlll open Mid\ ouet.S '' ahe has ever had la. be; b(atort.x """'t' /'. ."
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" IUI4UIfr.- Notice Incorporation. Notice of Application. for Tax Deed T7n. Notice of Application for Taxi Deed Under ....... '.... .
4888 Laws
;: The Crafty Broth* A HAPPY r der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof Seton 8 of Chapter TOTHE3JAE1Sp I '
A had two The elder of "
w ,, man eons. was .
virtuous aDd dutiful the wicked HOME ]IJotice! is hereby given that the underiKued Florid. Notice II hereby given that S. A. Baker, \ \ .
I younger and tholr associates will.on the \2Dtb! Notice Is hereby given that Wm. Best purohaMor of Tax Certificate No'l2. }
and crafty. When the father was D. 1007' to the Cortllli'itte No. 11)11) duted, .
abounds. day orAugunt, A. apply imrchHSHr > dated 6lh day June, A. D. 11105. 'W
about to die he called them before him U one where health HOIl. N. B. Kroward Governor 01 the State tile nth day of June lllOft) baa tiled said oertinuatelninyotuoe.andlmsmadeappllca'tlon

and laid: "I have only two thins/ of With Impure blood there cannot at}Florida for letters patent. Incorporating' : uertlllualH In toy olllcie nnd lias bade up- for tax deed to Issue In accordance with ., :
them under and by tbe name r"The Lake |I.loltol for tax deed to Itwue In looo\d- law. Said certificate embraces the (lollow-
health. .
D value-mj herd of camels nnd my be good Men Poultry Company," In accordance, law. Snld omtlflunte doaorlbed property situated In Voluala I (
ble slDIf. How shall I allot) them?" Withadisordetod LIVER there with the following articles Incorporation the following ilencrlneil property situated county log : -

, "Give to me," said the younger IOn, cannot be food blood.Tutt't whIch they have adopted a. their pnipoHeil i In Volu.lu uoiinty, I"lorldl, towttX A block Florll."Z" Kent Iwlt add to Seville.: r' '

I "thy blearing for ft may reform me.The charter. W1t1. I.. A NDltltS, S 01 soX of noji of .eJ, sea. 80, twp. The I said land being assessed at the dale

; camels I should be sure to sell and F." M. ANDKbS: 175, range UOe, 1 acres 01 tbe Issuance 01 such certificate In name
squander the I M. H. BUKKI.K1. The said l land bulng, aeseaeed at the date or A. K, Molvor. Unless said oertiicat E'XPOIS'INON :

money. Pills'ft.l Dated Ibis 20th day or June A, D. 1110?. of the IHHIIIUIOU fl' miuli curtlduatu In the shall bo redeemed according to t :
The elder disguising bin $Joy, Bald nettle or WaIt, Ualtnn. UU|.. suld onrtirionte deed Issue' thereon on the 23rd day
that he would try to be content with k 80POS2D CHA.'fItK OJr TillS LAKK 1IKI.HN shall bo redeemed according t low July wi D. 11)07.Witness ) .

the camels and a pious mind. It was POULTRY COMPANY tax ilc'iMl" will iHHiie thereon on 24th my olllolul signature and seal !
The ullllal'fllKlle.llnoorporlla.ors hereby nsMMilale diY nr .Inly 1IK)7.wltnoBw his tbe 21st olayofdomnn, A. U. IHO7. 1"- . ,
so arranged and the man died. Then ;lri thetorpld UVER and reitor.Ite tbomaelves toiro'hur for the purpose my olllulnl ultfnntnro and seal I teeth] SAM'I. I D. JORDAN VIA THB 's'i' <;
.; the wicked younger son went before of forming/ a corporation. under the Inws of Hun the blot day nt Juiiu, lMi7! Clerk Circuit Court Volimla County, 1 a. _r.JTLlHTIjj.
the cadi and dud: "Behold, my brotber natural action.A .' the State of Horlda, as |>r*.urllnMl by the SAM'I. 1>. JORI>AN.

: boa defrauded me of my lawful her healthy LIVER means pure laws or said State and adopt the following 4 lurk Clronll Court" Volunln .ounly. FU. Notice! of Application for Tax Deed I
propoaed charter Under. Sections of Chapten48t)8Lnwsof ) COAgT
; itage. He Is so bud that our father asla ;
blood. -. A ItTIC I.E I Notice of Appl"'I-t.on for Tax Deed Under .

..,' well known denied him his blessing.. Pure blood mean health. The name of the eorporatlon shnll ba 1 he Section U of Chapter 4888. Lawsof Florda.hereby given that S-A linker ', _

;. to It likely that be gave him the camels Health means happiness.Take Lake. Helen Poultry Jonil/any, and Its bun- Florida purchaser of tax certificate No. 8, dateJSic '..- ,
d r .,. loose aball be conducted In the State of Win Host fith day of June A D. 11KB, has tiled '
Notice Is that '
Bo the elder brother was compelledto no Substitute. All Druggists. Florida, and in any other State of the Unl- purchaser of hereby Tux given No 147. dated., aid oerllncate In my 010. and Das made \ '
ted States and any foreign country wber Cortfont application for tax issue in accordance 'L\lNEII RAILWAY:
give up the herd and was soundly ever necessary or convenient. 'I'he prlnol- the SIU day of 11J1. le.1 with law. Said certificate em. -'
bastinadoed for his rapacity. You can get big bargains pianos by palo> loe and place of business to be i)II ourtllloato illontlon for In tax my devil to leslIe has In aooord-ap- braces tbe following described propertysituated .. ,- .
calling on J. A. Erickson during the LIke Helen, Volusla county Florida. log ti law. haiti certificate embraces the in Voluala county, Florida, to-wlti. .

They Wouldn't SaluU. I ARTICLE 11 following described situated In All blook 10, Seville. I
next 80 days or drop him a note and he propertY all see the Atlantic Coast Line "Purple Folder .
Black Jack Percival who was a naval The general nature of the business to be Volusla county .'lo.ldo. towlt The said land being assessed at tbe date People over Florida. each
J captain In the old days, once will call to see von. i transacted Is as follows:-lo raise,' buy, Lot 10. blook 161, DeLimit or the issuance of such certificate In the for schedule to Exposltot; Two dally trains
i -- -- 'sell. ship and otherwise deal In all kndspoultry of name of Seville Co. Unless said certificate way with through Pullman Buffet .
brought a cargo of Spanish jacks home \ such aa chickens.,ducks, geese,tur-' The said land being aiaosaed certificate at the in date the shall' be redeemed according to law, .:: Season sixty days and fifteen days limit excursion tickets on sale : f

: In a man-of-war. He was In Spanish Notice Incorporation. keys and other fowl and eggs. Also all of the of IsBiianoe( of WellR.such Unlean said certltlluate tax deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd day daily from 19th/ to Nov. 30th at low rates. Coach excursions. at J:
name Apri
waters when the Jacks' were given to kInds of live animals and live .stick. shall Henry he red' mi'd according to how ot A. D. 1101.) very low '

the United States by Spain.and was Notice I.hereby given that on TueMlny Autrust ARTICLE III tax deed will lnnue thereon on the 24th Witness my signature ai.d seal For further information see your nearest railroad agent or write J'I''
.,' : 20th, 1907. the untleraiantxl will apply to Hon. This shall and en. of 190 his 21st day of June
have use day
ordered to bring them out In his sblp. of Florida corporation Jlly. AAM'L"J DlarktPaas.geislthknliCCo.st Line
N B. Broward. Governor of the State 1 10R NI
: all tbe and benefits olllolul Rlvnature and seal : I
Joy rights privileges FRANK C BOYLESTON
the proposed charter of my Fla
It. made him angry, bat-he sot the for Letter Patent upon Clerk Circuit Court Volusla JACKSONVILLEFLORIDAfr ,
The Southern Phoaphat Development Company granted( to corporations for profit under andy tills list day of June 11*>7 I Ounty. I
beasts aboard and sailed for New York. I hereto attached. a copy of which la on Ole in the > virtue 01 the laws or the State oU'lorlds. SAIIUEL JORDAN, : MMMNfr .;-,
When be came through the Narrows office of the tiworetary of State at Tallahaaae and It shall have the rlgbt to purchase acquire lerk; Circuit Court Volusia Oounty, Fla. I Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under .M... ........

the had been rolled back. and out Muridm. bold use, sonvey, mortgage and othrwlse I Section 8, Chapter 4888, Lawn o} "

1 Ii I guns head. HOWARD B. TUTTLE encumber lease and sub lease any Notice of Application for Tax Dee Un. Florida ._ .-. ___ _
'," of every port there stuck a Jack' SAMUEL E. HOPKINS, real estate or personal property, which may der Section 8 of Chapter 41t1. Llws Notice I. hereby given I that 8. A. Baker
w Thus 4eck.ed out and without a salute JOHN W. PEARSON be deemed by the Board! of Directors, necessary of Florida. purchaser of Tax Certinnate No. 11, dateJtbo

be came to his anchorage. The admiralcommanding ERASTUS HOPKINS. or advantageous< to be purchased, ac- Notice Is hereby' given that O S. Brown. 6th day or Juno, A D..IffOB) baa died
sent posthaste to demand Dated thla Zftth day of June. 1907. quired held nsed mortgaa-ed( or otherwisenoumbered of Tax Certlnonte No. 286, dated aid oertlnoata In my ofllue. amid has made
We. the untlerelirned aubacrlbera.. hereby ..- leased or aubleaaed or conveyed uiiroi liner !issue I II
: why Captain Perclval had not elate ourselves together for the purpose of form by the said corporation In connection the lilt day of June, r'and>03) has filed laid application: with law.lor tax 1..e1 In embraces accordance 'I

L saluted. "I didn't salute" was the \\nig a corporation and becoming' incorporated un- with its business, and the doing ol all things : terlltloate in my office has motto ap- the following described property situated John B. Stetson UniversityAFFILIATED
dor the iraneral incorporation laws of the State of lilloatlon for tax deed to ivaue In accordance
said Board of
"because I and acts as may be by the I In Volusla
: doughty captain's answer Florida and hereby adopt and publish the follow. and with law. Said certificate embraces the county, I'iorlda to-witt
Directors deemed
couldn't. I bad two men twisting every log a.our propoaed charter'ARTICLE 1 expedient to I be done necessary In the currying, proper on of allowing described property situated In Lot. 3, block 82, Sevie.

F< Jack's tall but not a blanketed one The name of the corporation shall be The Southern be business of the said corporation.ARTICLE Voluala county Florida, to-wltt The said land being assessed at tbe date
of them wo.uH) bray.7: Pfawphate Development Company and Ita IV Lots 10 and 1.block S, Orange City. ol the Issuance of such certificate In the WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO.
principal' plac.e of bunineu hall be .t OeMla and The said bplng RanoBRed at the date name of M. K. Hall. Unless Bald certificate uuuO. .
Lake Hobo: State of Florida. The capital Stock or this corporation ball be redeemed according to law tax
ot the Issuance or such certificate in tbo
Somewhat'81m ARTICLE II hall be live thousand dollars, d vliled Intone came, of 1> I'. Graves. Unions laid deed will Issue thereou on the 23rd day ot COLLEGE OP LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are Identical with the University .
; A rather simple countryman had The.general natureof thebuslneaato be tranfracted hundred shares, each of. the par value' ortlllonto shall be redeemed according to Juiy, 1IW7. ,, Chicago.
'i been Induced to promise a tine hen of hall be to purchase l lea... or In .ny other or fifty dollars ten per cent of which shall law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the blot i witness my ulllolal signature' and seal dJ OK LAW-Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.
'f legal way obtain" phosphate I Iandn. to aoll the same be paid upon tbo organization of the tnrpo.ratIon his 21st day of Juno, 1IKI7. : OF TIfCHNOLOUY-Electriual Mechanical, mind Civil Engineering .
A. D., 1007.WltncHB ,
a particular breed In exchange tort or to mine:and .sell. the: products') thereof, to purchow and the balance to be pnlil Irani dmiyofAugust, BAM'L; D JORDAN, '
what said to be a fine rosebush. ). I........ conHtruct, maintain and opurate awmilla. line lo tliuo as the Board of Uircolori may mv ellinlal signature and seal Clerk Court Volusla Fla
was Florida SchoolTeachers
... "lIoolnlt mill.. veneer and box rnilln.and all irew'rlbe. Ibis the lllth dayX: Jnlv.'A. l> 11107.SAPL -- Circui CUllt" COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Five curse. of study for
When the rosebush was brought, It other mills and factories of a nlmilar nature, to ). JOUDA.N. ,
t, turned out to be nothing else than a own, control and manage lumber yards: turpentime AUTICLE V Clerk Circuit (Court Volusla County, Fla. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under l'lUI'ARATOU1: ACADEMY-For Chicago, harvard Yule, Princeton
plant and stills* and to manufacture buy, ,This corporation shall exist perpetually Suction 8. Chapter 4888, Laws of
sprig with a little root. The countryman ell and deal In... principal or."..nt.of any of the as provided by law. Florida. BUSINESS COLLEGE-.Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand Typewriting,
aroducte thereof,to buy. sell. lease.cultivate use, .
grumbled but the other said that
Notice of for TAX Deed Un. Business Law.HVHOOL .
?' m prove.manatee and deal In landa and other prop ARTICLE VI Application Notice is hereby given that S. A, Buk'r, ,
he only he'd to watt a few years' and It with der Section of Chapter 48M8 Laws OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron V\ and Manual
ertles aa shall be doomed proper in connection :The business or the corporation shall be' i purchaser of tax certificate No. S, dated orklnJ
would be a fine bush. He then claimed the business of the corporation, to buy.sell and of Florida. be fitb day of June, A. U. has filed Training,
conducted the ollloor.I'rool.dent
deal In rrocerles dry irooda. hardware and all by following 191. SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Piano Voice Theory History of Mimic
V. the hen. The countryman went to kinds of merchandise. stocks bonds or other evtlences Vice f res'denr, Secretary and Treasurer Notice IB hereby irlven that Ooo. \V. Palmer said certificate In my dice made Teachers' Course. Organ, "

:: his fowl house and brought out an egg. of Indebtedness of corporations, firms or (which, latter office may be filled "y purchaser nr Tax Certificate No. 41, application for tax deed to laaue in accordance SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and PiUntlnir.. nil. wntoronlor.. pastel.
Individual.. ; to purchase all formulae. materialsand and the and board of ated. the fitb day or JunoA. baa wltb law. Said certificate embraces
one same person ) a
"That la not the fowl promised 1',1111 STETdON baa 4 Colleges It Buildings, 48 In Futility,
o you I chemicals for the manufacture of fertilizersand three director" The directors" shall be elected fled said certllloate In my has the fallowing described property situated I'uobllioailbol. (
IT me" said the other. to manufacture and sell the"same; to construct of made tax deed to laaue In i hi Volusla county Florida, towltNK solid courses strong teachers 10 lIboratol'le. 2 m\.olla. .
at the first annual meeting the stockholders application for
,lease purchase. maintain and operate such class rooms dormitories for both sexes, tllnlng
"No" said the countryman, "but you railroads In the State of Florida aa may be which meeting shall be held on ciiorilunee with law. Maid certificate em- or e 034 ft of se)4) of ne} seo 20, tp Iymo.llm.2 lion shops,manual separate training atd domestic science lmorll\l, ,
I have only to watt a year or two and necessary to connect the plant or property of the HOIhor day September! A. I). 11X17, and braces the following described property 18s r bite, 10 acres. 110,0(10( pipe organ 13 pianos debating clubs literary societies, lit i' I I.. ctura\

It will grow Into a One fowl."-Scottish said Company with othWrallroada of for thapurpose' annually thereafter on tb.lblrd 'ruelKla"of1o'ebruary situated Volusla county, Florida to-wit: The said land being assesed at the dateortbelssuancecf courses, Christian associations, general library I(15.000 volumes), special law >
American. of transporting;the products thla Comp.ny.ARTICLE of each year such meeting to beheld SwJ) of ncK, sea 11, twp 15.. range 20e such certificate in the library.enclosed athletic Held running track' tennis courts, baseball diamond q

III at the principal office of tbe corpora' said land being at tbe date name of S. rt. A H L. Hale. Unless football Held park-like oampus shell roads cement wa.ks, shrubbery and, trees, .
l The authorized capital stock la One Hundred Ion In Lake Helen. Volnsla county Jflor.da of tbe iBmiance nr In the said certificates shall be redeemed according Christian (not sectarian) open to all steam beat .'

He Held Up the Train.A of Thousand the Dollars value. of divided one hundred into on.dallars thousand each shares On all officera to bold effice for the term of name of V Sever, Unless to law tax deed will issue thereon. electric lights electrIc atmuslhere.. fl'alAlrlllle...d..uomlnRtona.,. re "

German traveler who tried to pass all subscriptions par to the ca"ltal.tuck at least on..- one ,year and until their successors are. aid oerlitlcwlo Hlial'' be redeemed accord- on the2)rd day or July, 1007. totals, vespers exo oral ins, festivals. AtoRdlno. now bidgi-st In history
.\. a meal ticket on the train was told by tenth shall be paid at the time of subsribinff. The duly elected and qualitlud. Tbe officerswho log\ to law, tax dt't'ti wliollue thereon on Witness my official slgnRtur and seal University. Ueneious patron; no money spared. Stetson I is lor Florida! first,
balance shall be paid upon call of the Board of Directors 1 are to conduct Ibo business or the corporation he, 21st of Auu 1907. this. the 21st day or 10. last"and all the time.
I the conductor that he would have to or by the olHcera by which the business until those elected at said first Witness my ottlmul sIgnature and seal [ISULl] tAlL .JRDAN. For! informaton, catalogues. views, and. address.
the regular fare of 85 cents. The shall be managed until the firnt election. In such regular meeting shall be as follows t Clerk bnletnB. Colers.
pay this the inth of Julv A. D. 19 ?7. .
day llrul CIOty Florida
and ) A. M., ,
r manner in such installment aa the bylaws William L. Andrea President; F M. Andres PUEIOES'l lHI1.Y. 1h. DLal.I
German argued and refused to 8\M'ID. JORDAN,
t pay may prescribe. Vice-President_ ; M U._Burkle, Secretary UnI I I
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County Fla Notice of Application for Tax Deed
more than 25 cents, whereupon the con ARTICLE IV and Treasury, and a Board or three
... ductor stopped the train and put him The corporation shall exist\ for a period of ninety- Directors which shall be composed or the der Section 8. Chapter 4888, Laws of

,0g. In a twinkling the traveler ran nine years. above described officers. Notice of Application for Tax Deed UDder Florida .- .j

ahead of the engine and started to ARTICLE V ARTICLE VII Section 8 o? Chapter 4888, Laws Notice Is hereby given that S. A.Baker 1 !
4. The business of the Company shall be conducted The amount of indebtedness to of Florida, purchaser oi tax oerUOcat No. 0, dated
x: walk on the track. The engineer blew by a President Secretary and Treasurer and aHosed greatest the fith day of ., ) has Died .
Notice Is E.
which the aald itsell hereby that W. 11.
corporation can subject given -
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his but the Irate German turned of Directors" consisting' of not more than said certllloate i
whistle In offioe, has mode
L five nor less than three, all of whom shall be elected at* any one time shall be five thousand Bond[ Company purchaser of Tax CertiUcate .
shook blaMst and called out: "You annually on the first Monday in March. Until dollars. No. 453. dated the 1 day of June, application for tax deed to laaue in accordance .
'. can Tlssle all you want to. I von't the flrat election the business of the Company ARTICLE VIII A D.. 1U03, has tiled! said certificate In my with law. Said certificate embracesthu State Institutions f for Higher Education
shall be conducted by the following officers to-wltt ollloe and made application for tax following described property situated t
r come pack. S. E. Hopkins. President; Erastus Hopkins,Secretary The names and resldencea or the subscribing deed to ha accordance with law. Said In Volusla county Florida to-wit: __
and Treasurer! Howard B. Tuttle. S. E.Hop- Inoorporators of said corporation All blocks 1 to 9 ., ,
kin., Edward F. Gorton. Board of Directors.ARTICLE together with the amount of the capitalstock oer.locate embraces the following described The said land being Bevie. 'at the date ; ,
The Great BUlle rd. property In Volusla county University of the State of Florida Florida Female College
... VI .Ituate
subscribed by each are as (ollow.lWilliam or the issuance of such certificate in the
The great bustard la the rarest bird The htarhest amount of indebtedness or liabilityto L.Andrea, realdenoe. Lake Helen Florida Iwlt name of Seville Co. Unless said oertinoate
| that cornea under the head of game. which the Company can at any time subject fin,; shares 4U; amount$2430.V. Sw)or ne%, sea 13, tp 18a, r32e. 4 acres. shall be redeemed according to law, tax Gainesville, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla.A .
L J This bird formerly haunted all the itself shall' be two hundred thousand dollars. The '. M. Andrea residence Lake Helen, said land being assessed at the date dod will Issue thereon on the 23rd day ofJuly '
said Campany may lance bond.in the sum of two Ha. shares 1 or the Issuance of such certificate in the without
level counties of England and hundred thousand dollars, payment for same to be ; ; amount $50. 1007.Witness high-griiie.institutionforyoung A college for women amen
particularly made aa authorised and .called for by the Board of M.8.\ : Burkle resilience Lake Helen, Fla.; name of D. 1>. Brooke. Unless said certificate my official algnatur and seal offering Literary. Scientific In the South embracing a
common on Salisbury plain. Directors.The shares OOj; amount J2500: shnll be redeemed according to law, tills the 21st day or 11. parallel of Liberal a School
From the reign of Henry Till repeat names and resIdences of the subscribers. and State of Florida, County or Volusla: tax deed will laaue thereon on the 20 day or S A JORDAN Engineering, Agricultural and Ped. Colege Art Industrial -
the amount of stock taken by each \Is as follows. Animal, A. U., 11)4)) )!. Clerk Circuit Court VoluaU Fla. agogical Courses. Teacher;a
ed measures were passed In order to Howard B. Tuttle. residence Nauffatuck. Ct. Before me,a notary public In and for said witness official signature and seal) county, Arts, a School of Fine Arts, Including -
'.. protect It, and It Is expressly I Included 160 shares. State, personally appeared William L. An my violin
; well-e I
Strong quipped piano. pipe ,
this tbe 1U day of July A. D1H07 organ
Samuel E. Hopkins residence Naujratuck. Ct. dma, F.! M. Andres and M. 8. Burkle faculy.
personally : Notice of Application for Tax Deed Un- '
under the head of In the D. -
game statute 10 shares. known to me to be the persons described riAM'L JORDAN, Instruction, voice culture, elocutionana physical
( of the first year of the reign of William Edward F. Gorton, residence Chicago.III.* 10 in the foregoing articles of Incorporation Clerk Circuit Court Volutiia county Fla. der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws both theoretical and practical I ; culture. .

IV. which codified and reformed .ha.-John W. Pearson residence Ocala. F...., 10 who being duly sworn say that they of Florida. careful supervision and discipline; A faculty of able specialists In
the laws relating to game. shares.Erastus. executed the same for tbe purposes therein Notice of Notice Is hereby given that 8. A Baker ,high moral tone. all departments. :
Hopkins residence Lake Helen Flo..10 pressed Atachment purchaser of Tax CertlUoate No. 7, dated 'No'
tuition Florida i
\ shares.Itate WILLU'M L. ANDRE! tbe day ot June A. U.. lone, has tile charges to I TUITION FREE. Chargesforpe.
;. A Good Pair of Boots of Connecticut.County of New Haven F, M. ANDIIK3:: In Circuit Court, '- said oertiuoate, in my office and has students. Other expenses very low. cial Instruction In line arts reduced I

"Ton know," said a "smart" youngman Personally appeared. before me Howard B. Tut M I b. BUHKLK.: niltln and, for Volusia County, Florida.To application for tax deed to Issue In accordance I For catalogue and other inforto minimum. New. .buildings In
tle. Samuel E. Hopkins. Edward F. Gorton, JohnW. Sworn to and subscribed before me this Amos Dutoy, and all Other Persons Interested with law. Bald certificate embraces mation, address .
to a girl "some one has said that Pearson and Erastus Hopkins to me well and he 2Otb day of June A. I). 1U07. tbe following described properly 1 course of constructon. Write for

'l If you would make a lasting pair of that personally subscribed known. who severally acknowledged (Seal) S. B. WRIGhT, JR. You are hereby notified that under and situated la Voluala county, Florida to-wltt ANDREW SLEW catalogue. A. MURPHREE,
they their names to the above for
I boots take for the sole tbo tongue of a the uses and purposes therein set forth. Notary Public, State or Florida. by virtue or of a Writ of Attachment Issued Ift 1 exo e BOX ft and e IB ft or lot 1 ands I President. President.
the Circuit Court
out of the Seventh.Judicial
8' woman.:" Witness my hand and official seal this\ Slat day My commission expires June 12 1909. 110 It ol lot* and Jot B, U, 7, 8, blk 10Seville. .
Of Juno.A. D., 1B07. Circuit or }Florida In and for Vo-- -- -------- -- --- ----- --- ---
"Yea." 'r.plled' girl "and for the (Seal) ARTHUR H. DAYTON. lucia County In a suit therein pending -
I uppers you ought to take the cheek of Notary Public. Notice.Notice wherein K. L. lion Is Plaintiff and Amos The said land being assessed at the date ; .
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ot the issuance of such In tbe
Dutley Is Defendant, tbe following lot or
r' the man who said It." le hereby given that the undersigned parcel of land lying and being In the County name or Seville Co Ulloa.oorttloato crtlolt o __ -0 _,

r, .. [Notice to Creditors. guardian of Robert C. Jones, a Volunla and State of Florida, has been shall be rode ,
< minor. will on the 12th day or August. A attached and levied upon as the piopertyor deed will on the 93rd day of
Notice\ hereby given that'the Undersigned D. 1UU7, apply to the Hon. County Judge ofVolusia the said Amos Dutley. to.wit: July A. D., 1907
has been appointed ad County, Florida for an order lo sell Lot 1. faction 1, township 17 south range witness mT official signature and seal <
I CASTORIAJorInfants ministratrix of the estate of John W. he undivided I Interest oJ said minor in and 29 east and lot 3, section 1, township 1' this the lIst day or June SAI'L A. D.JORDAN 1007. Bopd Cumber 5pmjaiy .

1 Clark, deceased and all creditors 10 LotS, Sub.or N% ot Lot 1, He.8,Tp IB., south range 29 east, leas a tract 10.8 chains 1). ", .
and Children.' B 28 containing 9 east and west by 0.7B chains, north and Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County ria. .
distributees and all persons having eat .8. H. JON KS, south in the southwest corner or said lot 2AnJ Wi quote you prices.and supply you/f ron their yards:near the depot

The Kind You Haia Always Bought I claims or demands against said estate 'This July 10. 1007 Guardian. you, are further notified that the said Notice of Application for Tax Deed )7 n. : t. ,at beLa d'wltii best cypress and yellow pine "'
will present them to the undersigned Amos Duuey and all other pel'sons IntereBted der Section 8 of Chapter Laws

j within the time prescribed by law or are hereby required to plead or of Florida. __ 4. / '
the same will be forever barred. Notice.Notice demur, in aald suit on or 'V;:the first : FlooriffgrCeilingr! ; MonldWgs
Monday In A. D, the Notice is hereby given that S. A. Baker, 1Lmber, ,
SUSAN B. CLARK. August 1\
Is hereby (given that the under Oth day or mouth, delaul purchaser ot Tax I ertltloate r>o 111, dare
Administratrix.Orange signed guardian or Thomas Stark will be entered a.ld tbe day of June A. U., 1908.; has tiled Shingles; 'Laths1' Etc. .
City, Fla., June 20th,, 1907./ will uo the 8th day of AU/ust 1907, apply agailletlou. & FISH, said certificate In m; olllce, and baa made
tn he Hon. J. Lee Judge application fur tax deed to issue In accordance
Attorneys for the l' Intll) K, L. Hon. '
-- --.7. -- .. of Voluala Florida I for en order with law Said oert'flcate' All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick promptly delivered
fff'b, : .. r .. s. U lot 1 at the tl'A. Prevatt I : braces the following described property anowhere in emeDttC. .

k i"-; !S of the nwJ4 of section 82, ) Notice.In situated In Voluala county Florida,to-wit: : I
< 18 south range east, tbe properly '
\ 8c said 2 a DwK of SWK, see 4, tp Its, r.2rie, 40 acres
'. to' write for our big WaES BiovCLa eaIaJope milor. Judge's Couit Coun.ty. .
County Volusla
The said land assessed at the date
.IGENT ehowinc the most line of bIgb..ade > July 3rd 10U7) _
HWXCLHS. -l.lde I& DELIA PRKVATT r'lorlilaIn of the l : I : f-": =': i Uuardlan the mutter of the estate of Mr,.. N. name if Mlnie U. Mann. Unless sail'
.i-! 1 A. :Stuart' eorUtiuiitO', shall be redeemed to
J according
:i=,:,. BUr BIOrDLE. :- To all ., raoua d"oeue Interested In the Estate of law tux dteil will issue thereon on the and

'ft. 01'...OD- 1tl,._.ad ent1lyo d-.lbt g haft.eiy-m.ct kind of our IIt..1Rdo.complete and Free Iow.gsde C! Notice of Final Discharge Mrs| N..A. Btuuridttceaaed: 23rd Witness flay of July A. i)., 1007. aol, seal DeLand Saw :Planing Mills & Novelty Works

J:", I blcyel. old pat"'....and "teat mOd.. .and learn or U from the ofllieaalc m.ololll .Igo.tur I
our remarksble LOW ,Notlo is hereby given that six months appearing report this tbe 1UO7.
eec wonderful new oFere toads poaaIbie b7eawactmm( of the Uotiiissloiopr It. II. J. T. OAIRNS .
; direct to rider with no midllcoen's eateep the 14tt day of Boyd. appointed 11107.SAM'LD.JbRDAN "
t Wf Imp ote APPROVAL e.dhvos preSto.a cad doil.a PaytiIUe- -0 :mdbt:1I'I.oan gua-dlau of Edna In 'the above mater therein dIrected CiroultUourt Volu.11<'otiiity, 11.. / '
Freight ted tIle DRESSED
allow 10 Da"" e'ree TrIal and p.ae oUter liberal tame which other U ennett, present to sell at public a.h. real estate of the |
; bonee In the world will d. VoU Irlil learn ece.thlng aadgo.t much DO valtable my J. Lee Mo soul, SI's. N. A. Smart 1o.oel. thut sulil Notice of Applli atlon for Tax Under R'
Iuforatton. by Mmply wroung us a poetawe Crory, County Judge or Voluala real estate was sold by Section 8 of Chapter Dee AND ROUGH L. !
a..s RI"11_fin eveiy town lad can, our anopportunity Flu aa such guardian, and ask for cou"t'l on the firm Monday lu July, A, D. 1007. al 48. Lwl .propr'Md
to make Il1OIlO7 to e.dtatoa young rams wlaoeppI7"_ fileoloargeBated which said sale the said real estate wa of Flord. Celling,
struck off and sold to Neal M. .< I givoa that UeLandNavnl Floor1fLBLdIQI. WJDdow ana
June llth, 1007. Alexanilyrtooth ; Door Frames
$8.60 PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES ONLY, A. WOOD. It further appearing that the said Haiti Stores Company-purnhascr ; ., etc.,

't .' ,,,... -A8O 1 GiiardlinExecutor's .. M, Alexander la administrator of said estate CeitlUoate Ni', 229\ tinted the AID oJ.ao Shedding. for Grove and Pnerie. .1 aispeclalty ,
P1100 and U. 1005) has said Contracts take Jor "
Is Interested in tbe estate or the June. A. Hlwl eertftiqatla J
per pdr. iii'JiiI said Mrs. N. A. Stuart, deceased, at a creditor and has mido application fur
'To '. ........ : Notice. thereof. :Je.\\'Issue In aoaoi dance with: law 1 DEAND. .

.' W. Will M.llesH .lcJ80tol. To vhom it may concern: Now tberefor, all persons Interested In embraces the following I ftL JU t. J. -lfqI .

Ycw. ...... otlce Is to all andelnrnlar1 lbs estate. of the aa d Mrs. N. 'Stuar. de. deorlbetl property Ittual In Volusl .
: ".,.. ,.". ITaly ceased are hereby .., county, Florida ". -
> ( WITH oHocn e4.'s) tbf credtor. distributees, It any they have on required or Monday. Au- E I II) oh of aX or nwx of aw) Y soo 10 -TW ? VII ( ) 0. -
dc .
arn4 al or gust why tbe said sale of the said. tp INs, r 80e, 4 acres. :
ma against estate of C. C. real not be oonnrmed.said real The said land belo assessed at the date I
'Remit of is :yean experience in tirusticking.1 Post, deceased* to pre ent the same itate being described a. that lot er parcel of tbe lasuano of Chub .0roat h toe ,

:. No danger from THORNS CAe."TV" to the'nnderslgned executor of said of land lying ami blnl In the county nome l. .

: : ..PIN8..NAlLS-TACKS or OL.ASS, ...... estate within two years or the same Voluala and State 1o'lorllla described' a- certificate b redeme according to
,/ &crk *ptmcturet, like intentional knife cut : _.-BOO.. lot fifteen, .. of law tax deed .1', Iht13r [
., a. .... _. .. will be barred., >That the undersigned .oordlli Map ( tben..D
r < day of Jul,, D., ';J
hYIIIeaDbeciUban7otbMtfre. te* ,-. ....._ --'I'lal.' has) been appointed by the ,Hon. J Iford. office of the Clerk ol _
Tat.Niedred. flosuaM pairs new..Is actualpis. ... caaj = thIr! ee Lea of\ 010ul' Court of Volusla county FloridaIt Witnessmy my official signature) nnd '3 ) (
: .McCrory. the floor.* ."
County 2L.t day of -At U
HLrzQ .s ordered that this notice be '
# 'se-a" ,. s.I4' t? oln9
ThoMsasdpaIr.. .1ad.J'II'. j' no... y...... Judge's Cotrt, as executor of said estate pi bushed once a week for four consecutive U D. JORDAN, rb
.ad., .ho all. ...... It'Ia lively and_ Ia''J. da 1MId. and all such claims or demand weeks immetilatelyjoreced ng the said 5th 'Clerk Circuit Court Volu.laount", his _
UfthO0ItL: ; obbeowb1chncv.r becomes porohe eI 11 should be presented to Stewart* BIT day of A- D. 10 7, In The Volu- -
.as.. t'J- = r
uoos.s.ta r:: AUg8" Notice of Application for Tax ,, /
.. his DeLand Fla. the aU a D ,,
tbatthedrtire* .oaI7-Jll -spenesoriwoos be a'ulistea.s.isej".jiatei..j: attoreys. or to new.p.pr published LJ .
)' .0 Wdhi5F7li. the penature tee tnewalit1ee being=- -.d"'i:"... or thla, epoIdal Iheat' undersigned.. In said Voluala county ,dAr Section 8 of Chapter 4.Lw. ,
_"': on the" That"Ho log backS'- I Witness hand and official seal of Florida.
'go soft ;;.y:;: ;.. oiwIn. b"tis. 1-"Backet Weave"W-wb IIit: -rW"....aIIi," phstt 1&" I I 'WILIANA."BAGAT. Land. Florida my, this and day of July,at A.D Not'a Is hereby given that 8. B Wright fl : : I
......... a Ike hr.sod lnaratbc.ove..4n.all suet h... .... &L
......__ ..."....advartJela. ......IIU t_. prioe these.we. Sea rene, Fla., July 8.1907. 11)07.) ", purchaser of Tax Certificate No 131.. Y'IhicIdeberry .Cigarsr .l
'coot OOly....j&J>*t. All order..hl same day VJ MO MII, W. SS'tf.T4T'vWa (Beat) J. LICE MoCHORV. dated tbe 6th dav onjunOk AfJJftOOIhat ( !
e aaW poe ha..ezabeloed. and found theis elriett7.. Judge of the CountyJudgo's Court of Vo Iliad said oertiflouta in my office, and
1 ,"W.wli. 4M.oeol (thersby'ma1ngtM pcices4sacopaiyi ]{ Notice to:Creditors. lusla county has made, application for tax deed to Is. '
ftILL .i ii CJIID o4peresnt. thle _............. We ct :.: .... JloldaAdminitration sue In accordance with law. Said oertltl- .
-"' =. _'-" "' wl,1ea, Notice Is hereby given that the un cats! embraces the following Look G 00 d ol ltUGjJyl
FiI-...tQJ -.. 1UaIh-.lo-.y..eJt.. .). 1 dertljrncd. ha been appointed admlnlstratriz Notice. In Volusla dell'lbdCroprty ; C
L. owsago. lb.?eec -Mtlef9oer io ... I .It..t county -
'' wise.I of the estate of George iI and'we

I estil ride ssiisT a7 =': 1f' W., Lefman. and all creditor 1ela signed has been appointed that''theUDd.. I I E 38 rt of)lot 7, Psion's DeLand. D ecil you DO more ,. '

.... 0100 J.:,,*= u:1: ,, tee* and.all persons having ( or the estate of Malcolm K. Morrison, cle- Tbe sold land being OHaeaaxd at,tb.1dt! )UI 1- .
want yes to e.c4 oe asaaalltrhU ri demands against said estate will present ... sad nil creditors' leRateel dl.lrlt of the las ,sees of such "
: .* f them to the undersigned within u..DI.1 persona Dams of Emma Camp Unieas said cerilU. Co
;' '_ a dre.r=' L! ead fcaTTuMMUit 1aUVSJ the( time, prescribed by law or the said estate wi present cats shall be redeemed awarding to Uw Le Roy'yeis Y .. ;
.. for a a* same wilNe forever than) to tae und.r.lged the time lax deed will issue theroon on tli.t2ltrii i PtH ,
"_ '_ write M postal today.oar big:g-'fMwn..r.T This, June-17th. bane.- prescribed by} lae will be'forv. day of July A. D, 1)(T. : : Maer. : :
it5."ZSZZ. 107. er Iwrnd. Witness official and seal
t timber a artr rUra UTOIM __ .ANIV., DfiUd Ibis July 1st, ito$. this. tbe :gist day ol 1007.)
., i dmlnltrtrb.U ; ,D.V., MOKftL8ONo '. --,8AM'1.IA.J4.LI1AI' .

.. .,Ift. "L!.w; C MIMP'iLL.' Maiden 1' .ane.?.New' !.. .berYlltr. .(CI rk CirouM Oourt .- GI "tII. .

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