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: August 23, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
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System ID: UF00087347:00191
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Squaw as Houseksapar. The SPORTING WORLD THE WILSON FAMILY IN Para Crass'an Exceffenf Hay. 1':
Put u SIUIlIn u li'puo and '
the neatest of bouuckuupurs. Tbe A MOUNTAIN WRECK: To the Editor of The Record:,

kets rolled and stowed Lawn Tannla Talk. It was with great pleasure tbat t read
are neatly
The winner of the nil comers tennis '
under the edge of the tepee I'i in your valuable paper of this WIl ek the
tourniiiuiMit nt :Newport. It. 1 must
center ch lt'. Uriubt colored piny Wllllnm .1. Clothier. of Philadelphia i Their; Train Relied Down a Mountain cllplng yon took from the Wanchnla

and flue fur robes are spread for tliu nntlmml tltlu In .Hie challenge Advocate, giving: an account of the .

uud a wonderfully bonded dance round.ClotUIer I Embankment. success Para grass was making down

bangs from one. of tuo poles. U II young 1'blliululpblii' milllonulro. : To the Editor of The Record: here as a hay crop.

a H.uaw' lu a IIOUHO uud sue is anil 1 Ii In- Ictory nt NewportW. I am glad yon have called the, ; rw.ers'
I wish to tell trlendi The
for Infants and Children.Castorla thing but a SUCCOHH. Go Into my through
-,>.:r attention, in this section, to so
these frunio bouucs aud you : Record of .a wreck on the Southern. .
la a. harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare tile mattresses laid along tbe Railway as I saw It ye terday. valuable a hay grass, and it may gratify

goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Plcftmuit. It with tile wkolo family sprawling I took a party of eight on a trip to you to know that there is some of that
contains neither Opium. Blorplilno nor other Narcotic oil. Tbe cracked cook stove will same"ItrMs being successfully grown
Diibstance. It destroys worms' and allays Fevcrlshness. > tbe middle of tbe floor, with Lake Toxawuy, on the Tozaway rail right here near DeLand,' and has. been
It cures Diarrhoea bud Wind Colic. :It relieves TeethIng road. They were Mrs. Wilson, Mabel,
Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the Iut UKi'eeablo oilors coming Myra, Dr. McNeil! and Mrs MoNelll of growing for years, and while we have
Stomach and llowels giving healthy and natural Bleep. utsldu tbo bedstead And '( been saving some of it for hay we had
Jacksonville and friends here
The Children's lanacea-The Mother's friend. bo lined as chlckcu roosts. lady not realized. its worth until within the
? at the hotel. We Beats in the third
docxii't let her got
The Kind You Have Always Bought bortcomlntts worry her. l car of a train of five can. Every car past few yearn, and this last season our
I attention was calleto the fact that
puts on an ellt tooth robe, was crowded there being standing
1 Bears the of while had plenty of good hay in our
Signature we
nywhei'e! from ?lfiOO to $3,000 room only. I left my party comfortably
Ides to the fair or to the agency barn still there was none tbat our stock
seated, and took a seat. in a little smoker
SundRY astride n 1 beaded saddle preferred to Para grass hay, and now
cut oft the end of the game car, but
a picture of contentment.- several to it to be
we are planting acres
I soon had. to let'my cigar BO out, as the .
pu bll<:an. used for and
hay pasture.
conductor crowded eight ladies in the
I" Am not prepared to give yon facts
little .
Old Grog. smoking room.I
In Use For Over 3O Years. The Inventor of grog, the long enjoyed the mountain scenery from and figures aa to what it will yield per

...... "."T''' """_'NT, ...MV..........CT, ......,,,.. beverage of the Ben and of salt my open window for about twenty-four ton per acre, as what we have has been
= literature, WaR Admiral among our orange trees and we have
miles out from Hendersonvllle, when I
whose courageous deeds at Porto tried not to let it produce any more
noticed that we were running down a
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a lively poet has sung: than we could help and still nave harvested
long steep grade, with a Rharp curve
professional, Cards. Which when they came to a very good yield, bat now that
and trestle ahead. clown
... WIM so brava a follow, we have some planted where it will not
They did surrendpr, out of hand this grade an we were, getting faster
W. PERKINS, FOR SALE OH EASY TERMS Interfere with else in
JAMES of Porto Bullo. anything we hope
and faster, I braced myself for the usual
"Old Grog" wns Veruou's pet the near future to give yon the facts-
$10.00 $100.00 jolt when we should strike the curve,
ATTORNEY and OUNSELOR-AT- In the navy of his day, and It but when we did strike It. it gave us a Before closing will say that we have
LAW, Best Peach Section in the State bestowed: "Out on the Spanish found pinders a very good bay crop
harder jolt then I expected. There was
S. A. BAKER, Seville, Fla. "'eriion found thnt tbo renult of and have some excellent hay saved thisyear
a crash. somewhere ahead. I saw the
DeLand, Florida.
each man lit the ship's
from the of
Spanish variety
Will Practice in State and Federal It pint of rum a dny to drink I baggage car jump to one side, then the peanuts
W. C. CANNONS'Livery and expect to harvest about ten
Courts IsuntroUH.. Ills cnptulus and car next ahead twisted the opposite

Stables uggested to blm the \' way, then our car began bouncing over acres of the other variety next month.
Feed and Sale
TEWART & ELY ; terlment of mixing tbe spirit the ties and to turn over on its side and There is no need of any farmer m FlorIda

tel'. In a station order sending off for his hay If be has .
Pine Fashionable Turnouts I down the embankment.. I felt the
ATTORNEYS-AT-LA quired this to be done. The new land: enough to plant bay crops On, and
braver. the train
Bus meets all trains at \. O. L. Depot emergency slowing
Harks meet' morning and nfteruoon F. E. pas uot favorably reoe'lved, down, and I wondered if they could If he has not that much he can hardly
Office in Bank BUIlding DELAND. C. Ky. trains nt Orange City; and nlifbt enmeu cast ubout for an be classed as a farmer but should be
Branch office over PoetofficeDA Y'l'ONA trains at DeLand Junction. U. SMail name for It and Its author. i. ('LOTUJElI. AMERICAN: TENNIS CHAMPION. stop the train before our car fell flat. on
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called tracker.
both routes. Hacks meet boats at Beresford. used to wcnr a "grogram the bottom of the embankment. If not, a __

Cary D. Landis Bert Fish Gentle horses and earetul drivers. look nou bonce 'Old Grog' last jeur was a highly popular one it would be dragged along on its aide A READER.
Phone DeLand. Fla. of the Four Hun DeLand. Fla. 1007.'
LANDI3 FISH 3. among the members August 17
o. --- and if my folk did not fall out the win
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- I Insure with- us. NEEDLEWORK NOTES.The Clothier Is tail aud muscular and dows, being on the lover side, they

AT-LAW, fast. Ilia long& reach Is n material would be knocked out by persons falling The Manufacture of cigars: lu the

No,", is the time. girl wbo cnn sketch In aid to him lu tennis, gMntf him a decided from the upper side and the car would South. >'ew Factory for Savannah

..-j. DeLand, Florida make nn attractive screen by ; advantage over many less favored mash them. This thought was emphasized

Will Practice in State and Federal Spot cash for losses; he frame with green denim I opponents.Bennlngton just then, hy seeing a lady pitch Another important industry which is ..

Special facilities Courts.for examining and U should be protected. gesting Ing tbe an denim linpre.HHlonlst Itself constitute i head foremost from, the other aide of rapidly growing In the South and helping

perfecting land titles I Through With Turf. the car through the window just in : to build it up is the manufacture of

R. you Insured ? .essary green tones. Admitting tlint his fortune has been front of me. But at this moment the cigars. This is due to a recognition of
The best method of putting ho has
but denying tbat
J L. McCRORY, Impaired, front end of our car was jammed down our favorable climatic conditions. It is
Is to them
teners sew strongly
E reliable.When "gouo "l'oleowtou:: Bennlneton, until
very company
stout piece of silk tope, hemming ; recently one of the best known men in the ground at the Dottom of the embankment possible to work day in and day ont

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. does ? strips of tape closely to on the eastern turf and known lu the and lay. on its side with the without interruption and thus operate
policy expire
your nil the pressing U clone TIle financial world declared recently that ear end< still up on top of the embank more economically. Besides the Northern

DeLand Florida Is[ Your policy in force ? ers are apt to uinke Hblny places racing Is one of tho worst buolnenHps ment. Yon may wonder why I watched manufacturer is hampered by lack

pressing Is done after they are In man can enniiao; In aud that he him all this j going on and quietly sat still, of intelligent labor.A .

Silas B. Wright. S. B. Wright, Jr. Telephone number sixteen. To finish the edges of dollies quit the track forever because, In his when my wife and little girls were model cigar factory has recently

'. WRIGHT & WEIGHT.ATTOBNEYSATLAW.. buttonholed edges cut the goods : opinion, two yours more will see the
several seats behind ma beyond the been opened in Savannah by LeeRoy
tfON INSURANCE AGENCY distance from the line where Vibole racing business outlawed by
partition, hut yon must understand that Myers Co. The long experience of this
ouhollng: J Is to BO nnd hem It the New York legislature.
NOTARIES PUBLIC Tben buttonhole the all this happened In not more than ten concern as specialists in cigars spells ,
U will find us at Jiat line. "Racing In Now York nt least Is distinctly
Office at Telegraph Office. edge This prevents the nn ephemeral game. seconds, and really it may have not success for the enterprise. The new

DEMAND, FLORIDA. Stetson and DeLand. Ing edge so often seen after "Once one of the most Interesting been> more than five seconds, and all product has already canarhtthe public

and fives It a padded- and gentlemanly sports lu America It anyone could do was to hold on, and Fancy and the "Huckleberry" cigars

J E, ALEXANDER. bowel&1 Is today tho haven of many crook*. those who did not hold on to the seats are becoming well known throughout

HODGKIN'SWagon FUoing" Dope.'Charles After you have uamoil James B. Keeue 'I were thrown about and hurt, and I felt the country, while the "Savagas"" and
"' dear, said young lIdr and about half clo/.eu of the real big
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. a sure my folk hud. sense and presence of "Havana Tasks" are poshing them bard
; kins, "wby do you call racing who upend to
really money
fellows mind to hold to the seats for first favorite smokes.
enough on as place as
Shop tions 'dope I thought that flnd
Office In Brush Block. help ruclug along, you hardly any
I found afterwards did. The
they moment
s11111:1 for drug.
Florida. name a
DeLand, : one In the gniuovotth while. :Men
N'lil Practice in State and Federal DeLAND. FLA. You're quite right," was the with bad reputations are sneaking Into the car came to a standstill I
Courts "They call It that because all It from the west and south. Before stuck my feet down through the win Tobacco appears to the king

'Everything t in Wagons Buggies Carts, erally gets you Is a pleasant they get through they will so thoroughly dow and dropped to the ground and ran in Florida. It will not be surprising

QB. U. A. DAVIS, etc., manufactured and repaired. in my a riulo awakening."- discredit the track that the entire along under< the car and looked up into if the proceeds from thisyear's
in the best
3hop: workmanship
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 'known. Only very first-class men employed public will bo mighty; glad of"tbu luj' the window where my folk were and crop will not surpass the

Inaultin0. the v.holo thing III outlawed, Is the Mabel. the wndow sl11.I .
DELAND, FLORIDA. and first-class work turned out. I have saw standing on
Office at residence, Indiana avenue, 'ntely added to mv p'ant a I'm not going to that female final statement of tha retiring Bunnlng- [ reached up and helped her through proceeds to be derived from the
House. eboi ngiilu. There's a rude girl ton. state. Just
Court } down on the ground, then reached inside cotton crop of this

Office Hours: 9 to 13.9 to 4. and '7 to 8.MBS. don't"Why you, she know looked" at"What my did she Those Raea Track Kickers. and helped Mrs. W. pull Myra over think of it a while.-FernandinaRecord.

VIDA Z. BAEKECKE, M. D. awsked me If I would have It Race track frequenters In the east the back of a seat. and out the window, .

off or rubbed In." : are becoming very severe In tlielr criticism then helped Mrs. W. to jump through

PHYSICIAN and SUBaEON. of the Judges, because the horses and we all then ran out from uDder the Letter to J. W. Smock.

C Ta '.r's Phr..... are not always) placed as some of thebettors ,I car. I know that I was the first one to

Office on East New York Avenue 4 Thomas Tasscr, a writer of wish thorn to be. Theie objections get out of the train except two who DeLand Fla.
'f' : AU to the official ruling* of the Dear Sir Why do people send ns such
DELAND, FLORIDA. "' / teenth I century, said: "It's an were thrown out before it stopped, yet :
} Judges are absurd and Indulged In by talus this ;
r turns no good, "Better late as .
I folk out into the
':11 by the time got rav
QR. A. S. MUNSON. j':? \ ; J I Ig novi-r." "Look ere you leap" those who mnKo a bet and if beaten D U Smith Madison, Fla, had hismother's
field I that all out
our party
to saw
I. f close finish not fair enough
stone tbnt is rolling can In a are house Devoe 11 .
painted years
8v,.' \ admit their defeat.: safe and sound and in II few moments
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. ... mOHH, ago, and the house looks belter to-day
>i It Is not nn unusual thing for n man more everyone was out, though some

_. Office Second Door South of Fisher's .l The roar of the lion can be who Is 20O feet away from the wire to four or five bad to be carried. ont The than other houses painted with other
Store. 9tf' criticise the placing of horses in a race paint 3 or 4 yean. ago.
Drug farther than the sound of any car we were in waa at the highest part
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6 Uvlnic: i-rmtnro. whlcu have finished noses apart. Only of the embankment and was turned They are full of goodwill tor Devoe.
and 'T to 8 m. stand In Yours
p. the men lu the Judges' are a truly
40 ,, !\."', over in ax bad shape as any of the
DeLand Florida --"-- ;::;;,,_,. _'J( \'. position to decide the winner, and they F W DEVOE: & Co
... :' :6.:. :r i have to bo alert and have their eyesglued others, but none of our party received ascratch
DR. JOHN REEVE] :": "The Blood to The on tho finishing mark In order to or a bruise except Dr. McNeil), G W Fisher sells.oar paint.

COLD TIRe SETTER Science has never gone make the decision, and yet objections. who found two skinned spots on him.I .----- ,- --

A .- t JYSICIAN AND SURGEON Can set your Tires without taking above simple statement ot always como from thin man who saw one poor woman with an arm

wheels from vehicle. We take ont no It has Illuminated that viewed tho race from nn entirely different and leg broken, another with her spine The Cause of Many :
Office in store by given it a moaning ever
recently occupied
bolts rub no paint or burn vour felloes ancle. little girl with her leg cut
Injured one
Dr. Mellette., Residence 408 West the Increasing breadth of Sudden Deaths
with a hot tire. Come and see It work It would help the game If the racetracks ,
New York Ave. and yon will never have your Tires set When the blood ts "bad" or nearly in two by broken glass, and some
DeLand, Florida. hot again. Is not alone the body which would put a stop to thesekickers eight or ten children cut .and bleeding,, There Is a disease prevailing In this

for in through disease. The brain ( by throwing any one who but the balance of/all tbat train loud of iountry most dangerous because so decep
Thanking patronage "
you your makes such ridiculous squeals off the U'' live. Many sudden
clouded tbn mind and
V. H. VOORHIS the past ana hoping a continuance in people practically nnbnrt. deaths are caiiiad by
> cted an _
, the future, I remain tho lht 4ny traced ____ We soon bad plenty of seat cushions It-heart disease
Dentist, Yonrs to servebo ImpuWcyoItheoToaiu .IsI.II.I. m Chanea's Latest Guess.Manager ont on the mountain slds for the injured"to pneumonia. heart
SCOTT KINS. Frank Chance of the Chi and children failure or apoplexy .{
pan ba matia pnrn by th, H'.JL he on and the ladles to
; P. O. Bloc\, DeLand, Fla. PlprcV's Oolden Mpiljp I : oe ; cago National champions Is of the rest on lj got six kodak views of the are of kidney often disease.the result If (

Hours: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4 ni rlUlfl I*,"..\ nnj-in" fl Elm blpflft. 1 opinion that this year's results of both five wrecked cars, and of the twisted [ kidney trouble Is allowed :;

curing, pimples, blotches, mnlor league will be a duplicate of and torn up track, trestle and car I to advance the
other cutaneous affections, as lost year's races. He stated the other I kidneypoisonedblood "
ALFRED HOWARD; tetter, or salt-rheum hives and day that the little army of ball 'piny trucks, and these views will show what. .. will attack! the ....,

ERRYSSeeds manifestations of Impure blood. ers under his directing hand, tlili. HPII a narrow escape. we all bad, as no one -"rtlal\ organ or the './

of SURVEYOR AND DRAFTSMAN $ son wllj) repeat In history the feat that 'was killed or fatally hurt. kidneys themselves break .down and wait*

1! In the cure of scrofulous sweUl was nccoinpllKhud l lust fall, when they We stood or sat around the wreck for away cell by cell.

. Mapping a Specialty larged glands open eating ulcers, ascended to the height of fame In Nattonal four hours, without dinner, till a freight Bladder troubles of the moat always and result from Is
a derangement kidneys a our
0 'Golden Medical
'J sores, tha league dr<:les. Next he clalutet
train backed and carried as to Bre- of
their worth st harvest up obtained quickest by a proper treatment .
MICHIGAN AVENUE, DELANO, FLAWOLU8IA prove I performed tbe most marvelous
brush between the Wes .
that a second the and then after the kldnoyj. If are feeling badly .
time. After ov 'r yearsofsuccess eases of old sores, or open eating yard nearest town you you ,
1 COUNTY ABSTRACT Slder and South Blders of the Windy can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot "
they ate pronounced, It Is well to apply to the open two honrs more of watting we finally "
) ,v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE the best and surest by careful Plerce's All-Healing Salve, I City, which It all tbat can I he seen on boarded .. train sent from Ashevtlle to tha great kidney Hver and
midwestern I IIt
COMPANY. planters everywhere.. Your the 1007 baseball horizon In the bladder remedyv -.j i ,
I dealer sells them. 1901 Seed I sesses wonderful healing to the potency metropolis, would terminate take na back to Hendersonvllle. We corrects Inability to hold urine ana scalding ;

\ Bert Fish, Cary D. Landis. Annual Cree on request.W junction nsed a* an with application the nse of"Golden sores In a victory for the Cubs. Bald he arrived there la time for' sapper and pain In passing It, and overcome* that '

j President Sec y and Treas. Do"nT....eo.10_, Discovery" "A a blood cleansing tersely "If It comes down to the Cubs none of oar party saw Lake Toxaway, unpleasant necessity of being compallad tea :.
-'=- go often during the day and la ret up many :'
Titles Insured. tutional treatment. If your and Sox again! next fall and we thluk and they say tliey never want to nee tt. times during the night. The mild and the ,

Abstracts furnished and titles perfect promptly obuln n. B. nil ForeignPATENTS don't happen to have the it will-well, there'll M another story Yours truly, extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon ,

ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup Salve In stock, you can easily to tell alt rlfflit."> 8. B. WILSON. realized. It stands tha highest for Its wonderful ,
by Inclosing fifty-four cents In :..0--- cures of the most distressing cases.-. J:.
plied. Hendersonville N. U, 15 1907.
Aug. ,
Opposite Volusla County Bank, I stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, 6 B : Kan of Cincinnati: Swami>-Root la olaannt to take and sold ; ":J

vDffljAND. '-< FLORIDA Buffalo, N. Y., and It will come to Young Kane ''of Cincinnati shortens by all druggists l In fifty-cent and one-dollar

f return poet. Most druggists bis bat up mil It Is u., long one war sized bottles. You may

\ 1 REAL ESTATE AND IN3U- Bond modal, *euifc or photo ol Invention for well.as the "Golden Medical Dl as thu other. This youngster iwourb* To Hot Springs, Ark. I have a sample botlla of..
...- free MttmtumlltT For frr booh '. "th. this wendarful new dls-
,RANGE OFFICE OF report on 1 left*, than 13O pounds., but .be Is althire. On August' 10th and It, the
Yon can't afford to accept any with the earnestness and pepper round trip rate will be one fare plus covary and a book that .
tells all about K. both. , of unknown composition as a $3.OO from all points oo-tb.e Atlantic
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I- for"Golden Medical Discovery," La Oo'by' Pitt.burg.JeaMe Coast Line to Hot Springs, Arkw. this) ant free by mall. Address. Dr.Kllmar & a medloln or Known ) : Ganley'Wa. makes the rate from Jacksonville$38.25./ .. N. Y. Whan writing mantle*)< e
,{ Cltf Property Specialty.. Rewrites Tnnnelillf Hauler of the
,'r'I{for the Aetna "The leading Are Insnr.anoe ,having a complete list of & : ; says' The return limit on these .ticket* will raiding this ..-_ oller In this paper,w >fDon't '
J Wnnhlngtonft, if1 on* nt the, eli'verox ',1fI'I.! ..
'. of Amerloa"0ne of the plain English on Its .- be August 2Mb. For Pullman reservation make ajnr mistake but re.em.
oompanr It''t'
few fire companies now very popular In OPPOSITE u. 5 PATENT .orn ly, name being attested! as correct ) men. WII"thl""It'* \ \ ( ,ever fiu-wl a write to Frank C.' Boy Is ton,' District her the name. Swamp-Boot, .Dr. Kil\ '
nu.l 1m" Van tin I .
pitcher Hint uoythluiKeeler Atlantic COM* and the adBlnfhamtotu
Passenger Agent me. *
San Francisco, California. .WA S HIH CTOH iSJC. Dr.' Plerc.e's.Pleasant. Pellets "' : : ,
'Ho 808, Boulevard. DeLand. Fla. and 1D'V4&OI'LWstomach.! & llV.and I .cuu Uq. Lie*, at Jacksonville Fla, I N.. 7.., on eerr- twt ro,

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Starke: Telegraph, whose (Mia Ada O. ]Massey I the duly'
accredited Watts & Miller Co.
editor, Hon. Eugene Mathews, agent of The Record at Orange Quite aloe bower visited n* Monday

'lt1l1eNlt la the Poi'jofflo at DetAnd.i 1'1.. f the House f THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS City and will accept subscriptions and II and Tuesday afternoon of this (Incorporated)
amoad trlritr....... wag Speaker 0 0 ad for the eatne. Any courtesies extended week.
Representative at the recent COKKESrONDEHTS. her will be duly appreciated.) HARDWARE FURNITUREUNDERTARING
1 C Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bradshaw. of
B. E. rSETATT, Enter *Proprietor. session of the Legislature, has Pierson were In town latter part of ,

..,- the following in the current issue Pierson.Capt. Baby William Dresser Chisholm was last week. '
baptized last Sunday moratog.AllUtecarpeotel'lt See us ltefo.buT yourHOUSE
or his paper: W. B. Forrester, of the Lake George
Putman County has wet and John Born was on tbe lick lit, who here
are are
"Down at Miami a few weeks Lumber Co., paid Palatka a bannervisit FURNISHINGS
week In all last week but 1* about again. there 1 much
dry election next very busy, and more
had bank failure anda first of the week. .
the will vote ago they a Harper & Miruhew' tore baa the work than there are men to be had to
probability coanty Archie is from WE CARRY A VERY ATTRACTIVE: UNE OP
lot of people got hurt in the efficient help of F. B Carlile now. do it. Yelrlngton over Daytona
dry this time. bank I making a visit to his grandparent, SUITS MATTINOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED CROSS
crash. The affairs of the The Lutheran folk have erected a Master Bralnard Graham returned
Mr. and Mr H. Cowart.
There is a merry old row brewing -: was carefully gone over and it splendid fence .In front ot the paraonnoe I Tuesday from Port Orange where he MATTRESSESReed
Mr B. A. Combs and little daaghtt'rGrace.
that the grove.F. ha been wish his grandma Burn for
between the republican faction was found depositors of Deerfleld, friend
about three weeks are visiting
back small J. Rosengreen, our agreeable I Good and Rug a Specialty White Fro.t I Is the Refrigerator
in New York State over a would get only a model neighbor I I. making Improve- Died. Saturday night at about one and relative In oar vicinity. Try a Dixie Mosquito Canopy. None better on the Market

Eooeevelt-Taft endorsement.The per centage of their money. At mente on his dwelling o'clock, the iniant child of Mr and Mr*. Mr*. 8. A. Baker visited Satanma.

this stage of the matter HenryM. Tbat prince of preachers, Rev. W. A. Ernest Martin after an illness of several Height first of last week .guest of her FUNERAL DIRECTORSMr.

Hon. John S. Beard, the Flagler consented to take Lowder of Senile, wa here circulating weeks..Interment took place on l Sunday.The :: brotber-ln.law. Mr. T. F. Baker.
J. A. Stith a' graduatein '
Fenaaeola statesman, is to start things in hand and finance the among friend Thursday weather seemed to be made to Mr. and Mi. James M. Frazee are np embalming, and licensed by

out soon to make a thorough failed bank so it could pay off its Percy Parrott tbe aide.liner of the order for the work on the church roof from Jacksonville\ for a fortnight' visit the State Board of Health i sin

the interest Harper & Minshew ice cream buslae not a bit of rain fell while this was be- with their mother. Mr*. J. 8. Prevatt.Messrs. charge of this department and ...
canvass of the State in depositors in full. This is the went to Palatka Tuesday.J. will Rive prompt and careful
ing done and they are now rejoicing A. H. Thompson and A. A.
of his candidacy for they Henry M. Flagler at whose under attention to every detail of this
same B.aodere!: and wife of Malone new roof. Ferguson left Saturday to attend the work.

United States /Senate.:! heels a gang; of demagogues!; and Ga, were in town Monday and upent ]lre. AntJe and Jon.\ Young returned CbfUtanqua now in proirreea at Mt.

hungry office seekers in this State the day a* the Nel Pieraoii boose from the beach Wednesday noon. Mrs. Dora. Funeral Supplies

Jacksonville, Tampa and Pen- have lost no opportunity to snap A hop wa given at W. M. McLen- Young will go back Thursday and Mrs. Mr. W. W. Poppell. in the mercantile Always In Sfock.

are three cities in Florida that and snarl." don' new home in Prioeville Saturday Ands will visit Mr. Mot lagttr's family business at Palm Beach is np visiting

will not be in favor of State pro- evening to celebrate their more in. until Monday when she will return to his mother Mrs J. G. and sister Miss
Commenting on the above the Corouado.
M. J. McLndon of Prioeville and Kathleen.

hibition. The red nose citizens Tallahassee True Democrat says : Barney Dillard of Yola l.. faultless! Jdiseee Alice and Dora Luke, who. Mrs R. D. Rauleraon and two _______ ___.. ...___ ___ __ __ __ ._.. n" ___ __ u_____
of these towns will see that their citizen, left Tuesday for a camp hunt. prettylittle
M. here
"And that same Henry spent summer three'years ago children returned home few day. The Hobart M. Cable'PianosNo

counties vote for no State prohi Flagler, with all the abuse that George Harper and sister l :Alia Mary, have returned to Orange City. They ago" from an extended visit to her parents .

bition. has been heaped upon him, has filling:Minabew the store vacancy in the Harper and& and have taken one of Misa Maaaey' rooms at Eldridge. -_"____ _." r.... ... 7': ...h one ever thinks of making comparison -
are bnatling early later expect to buy or build home.
the telegraphers done more to build up and make late. They have traveled around some since :Miss Alma Prevatt, Is making three w; !* between the Hobart M.Cable1t.

,'. The Florida rich and than weeks' visit with friends and relativesin fx Pianos and other Piano. The
prosperous Mis Rosa Hnbbard of this place 1* they left here but did not strike anything any

is still on, and they propose to any 100 men in the State. He has visiting v ith Mr*. Aaron Price at Price they liked quite aa well a* Orange Jacksonville. Misa Blanch Burnett ? superiority of tbe Hobart M. Cable

fight it out to a finish. The tele- invested millions of dollars in ville. Mia Habbard 1* a tidy, industrious City. They spent Sunday with Mrs. accompanied home Her down but returned Piano 1 is ao marked, that when one
however girl, with lovely) manners.Deputy Chisholm. Sunday
gragh companies are this State without the least hopeof 4 Hpeaksof Piano simply the Hobart
usual and Sheriff Cade baa one of the Rev R D. Ratter of Daytona will Miss Battle Braddock returned home *
as '
taking ;
messages getting it back or even a { M. Cable. This Piano is a delight to
forwarded withr ever finest sweet potaro patt.be in this Dixie preach and bold the quarterly meeting a few days ago from a six weeks' visiting -

: they are being fair interest on the investment, neck of the wood, and Jake i* cure one at the M. E. Church Sunday evening, with friends and relatives at Dins- li r yxc' the skilled musician. Tbetoneiarlch, .(

little delay. The companies claim that Florida and Floridians might of the beat farm worker in this precinct Aug. 25, at 7 o'clock. Mr. Antle, the more. Her cousin, Mia Lizzie Braddock ; 1"i'A' clear and harmonious. Don't think of

: that they have most of the offices grow great and prosperous, and pastor, will return from the North to accompanied her home. /, q d purchasing a Plano until you have

''t' throughout the country equipped Charlie Miller and the Powell broth- assist in this service. Everybody come Another little soldier arrived in dUr '-y'
and heard
all FloridIans owe him a deep I seen the Hobart. Cable
with non-union operators, and era L. D and Joe skillful trapper and and hear Mr. Kutter. No service in vicinity Friday afternoon Dr. C A. I
If the Florid- Piano.
not to in treat debt of gratitude. hunter, out on the wing two week, morniog Quarterly conference will Stiles presenting to Mr and Mrs. J. T

t propose give or ians, to whom Mr. Flagler!: had returned last week, Saturday. They re convene Monday morning, 8 o'clock. Moody ten pound little rough rider of J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.

F with the unions. extended the helping hand, that port splendid luck All member of the church please be the "Teddy" type Both mother and

that they might succeed and pros Edward Parrot. who took a trip to present. son doing Dlcel,..
State Comptroller (rooms i is to stand in line and: Tampa to get a cancer treated. U back The second citizen meeting wa held Tbe trucker are preparing for one of i
holding up all bills in settlement per, up home with the cancer that wa in his la Mia Ma ee,.'. Hall Tuesday eve the largest potato crops ever planted on' JOHN B. WELCH
be line of
counted the
t? of accounts against the special great chin-lip he now :arriee* bottled in hi* Ang 20th. Being a wet evening only the muck around Lake Louise. Some ,

if appropriation funds, such as fort humanity, would startle the natives pocket. It wa a neat job killed and about thirty were present indoors and now have a nice tomato crop in. and I, ORANGE CITY, FLA.,
taken in
yet a s the Starke Telegraph out ten day out side The interest shown was Indications are for a handsome revenuein I

colleges, schools, State Fair, monuments truthfully says : 'A gangof F. B. Garble, cromtie contractor, ha marked, especially during the readingof the market from these vegetables. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
rt etc. He says there will moved the Carlile & Harper tie business the letter from Mr. Bnllen in whichhe
and office
.' be no funds to pay such bills, demagogues hungry from West Pleraon to East Pier on. expressed surprise that the people)I We are pie\ wed to note the convalescence AND CIGARS.
seekers lose no oportunity to of Mr. C. A. West who baa
that the funds to be collected where they hare purchased a good bodyto should "cuss and discuss" the proposed -DRY 0000$. SHOES HATS. ETC.. ETC.-
and snarl at him and at timber. I been critically] ill for several week with u .. .... ... __ ..
snap They are banting and bunching increase in water rates. There was also
will only pay for the general run- those newspapers who at least the ties at Ibis place read the "water contract" Meeting adjourned gastric fever, but since the arrival! of a Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first
of the State brother from Jacksonville and from class Groceries tor
ning gov- one table.
try to give him fair credit for Robert Bennett, Indent of Prof. Bee- to meet at the saws place next I your
ernment. This will be another! lor's commercial school in DeLand wa Tuesday evening at 7::80. Tampa and good attention he is Improving Country Produce Bought. A First-class.: : I Meat. Market In Connection.
'. what he has done and is always rapidly, and with no back..t
cause for that extra session of in this climate Saturday to ee his little Tuesday afternoon while coming up Order 1'eCe careful attention and delivery: prompt. You will find 'e-
Would will be his former my prices
Floridians. ael
soon !;:
doing we
the Legislature.A PocanontM. anr beauty of the fair from the Junction on the hand car John a* low as the lowest. Give me a call.
that our fair i State had more aez. Bob* an unusually bright sober Tillman colored. was helping to pro- How many of our citizens. in our
pel the car, being one of those in the
vicinity, in the hare
'i noticed
youth with Southern and yes county
respect auanuers. -
correspondent of the Savan- Henry M. Flaglers, and particu- : front Being rainy the car wa wet and the small comet in the east just before
the young man last his hold on the
this i immediate Middle
nah News, writing from Greenville larly Capt. Q. C. and Mr Price of Price- handle bar. which he failed to regain, day each morning? If yon have not seen

c says that the tobacco crop Florida' section, which by the vile, are receiving the congratulation and In attempting{ to ;jump off was it, get up some morning between 8 and KLICKER BROS

way is the very best of Florida. of friend) thrown so bis knee struck the wheel o'clock and yon will see one the tail
h r grow this year within a radius of upon tbe advent of a pretty and at the same time the water keg fell
20 mile. of Madison will sell for We assure all critics, too, that little 8 pound daughter which came to off. stopping the car and injuring; the being about 2 feet long. Your correspendent Merchant TailorsFour

we have never received a their home last. Thursday Mr. W. IL knee cap and pushing it over to one bung up last week with the
$8,000,000,' or for more money per- Woodard report mother and infant doing side. The unfortunate young man was sick noticed it, and had to take a good
than is brought into Florida from sonal favor from Mr. Flagler or flue. given every attention possible at the look to see if there was no mistake but
time ty Dr. Hill and sent to the R R. Doors South from Fisher's
of his We desire '
one agents. simply found
the.orange and vegetable crops Mia Ida Peterson, one of nature'sprettiest hospital in St. Augustine on VTedne. a sure enough comet.

and naval stores products. That to see him fairly treated by women of thi place, hied out day. Rev. Earl D. I Sims:: returned missionary -

I, doubtless in Floridians." for a voyage to Holly Hill Friday. Now from China and Baptwt State Missionary Suit for morning noon and Suite of shades and pattern
correspondent put a
The Stew Water Kate Established by
All of which The Record heart- the particularly charming young lady Evangelist for Tennessee gave night, new,
good supply before all the counties endorses and before the Governor Miss Etta lot burg of DeLand, i* stop the Orange City' Water Works Ce.; quite an interesting lecture in the Baptist Suits that fit you. too, just Suits superbly lined all through

between Jacksonville and ping with her grandparent Mr. and church here Saturday night last, right, and through,
Pensaeola voted and his corporation hating Mrs. Section 1-The following: ratearu1esand and Suit well made at price rl2'l1tSuI. that are true-
dry. On Peterson, until Miss Ida, her singing talking some in the Chinese a bargain
crowd give an opinion on our en- aunt, return home. operation regulation of the* (governing Water Work use of and Or- language, and exhibiting of good and Waiting here. When you appear.

n'p dorsement of the above will Robert C. Jones. a faithful student in ange City, are hereby adopted to take curios he brought from China. tellingof "
p; The Governor 0 f a state 0 f
please read B. E. Prevatt's testimony the Maoon. Ga achvol of telegraphy effect Oct. 1, 1W07: his persecution and escape during CONSULTAT.ION FREE. )J

't,; ( course can not increase taxation under oath wrote his father, 8 H. Jones,last week Section 2-The minimum meter rate the Boxer war. Rev D. Spencer accompanied ,

; himself. Governor Broward in given before to please send him toe Voloaia County shall be $3 per quarter This includes him from. Crescent City to KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand Floirda
that investigating committee at rent of meter, which Is SO eta per qr. 1 I I.r
his campaign promised to have Record every week a* he wa nearly Section 3-The following rules and this place.

,, the taxes reduced, but the state Tallahassee of July 11th. lout without it. Bob lea i representative regulations shall be considered a partof Moat every way yon turn now-a-days

temperate polite youth and an exceedIngly the contract with; every person who you see some improvement going on.
tax was never higher than now, smart mulligan.The i* supplied with water: .. -.r.rI
The oldest enlisted the Merchant Samuel Fl> is
man on wera having .
.i:I and it can not be denied that the 1-All application for the Introduction -
,".,, Governor instrumental in rolls of the United States armyis following named are the owners of water must be made to the considerable improvement done on his Now is the time to order
was Sergeant David Robertson of of some of this place' finest orange President or (superintendent of tbe dwelling T. H.Prevatt had the foundation

1 I getting certain laws enacted by grove and orchard: Gna Hagatromha Company, showing the uses to which laid for a two story dwelling

l' the Legislature, .the operation of the hospital corps, stationed on a dandy orange grove; H. A. Han- the water is to be applied and signed hie place north east of town, J. C. Robinson I Simon

i', which have put an additional tax Governor' island. He is a native ...u'* grove is just prime; N. L. Pier- by duly the authorized owner of agent the premises thereof. or the ha just had a d.eWacuompleted Pure No.II 1 1for

'i" Scotchman He first enlisted eon's. unbeatable; Peter Anderson' i. and now ready for rent and foundation
burden the 2-Tbe service pipe will be laid by
upon people. May 27, 1854, and he has been in i* sure handsome; J. J. Raulerson's* a the company at its own expense to laid for a two story dwelling and the your grove and be sure of a large crop next

course he will tell the people that continuous service having the beauty; Go Peterson' i* lovely; Mr the curb line of the street whenever Postmaster has finished building on her winter. All the b :st groves use SIMON PURE

he is not responsible for this increased Gouter' i* beautiful; Albin HajcEtrom' the applicant shall have paid 6 months pretty little oottage. now ready for FERTILIZERS and
show for
A record f water rent3After they themselves : :
extraordinary 0 never i Ie splendid J. D. Peterson's is I
clean .
.:. taxation, that the Legislature ; artist CGIlk.right' hands, and carpenters -
: did it. having lost a day. He is seventy- and pretty; Peter Pierson' ..excellent; water'has been introducedInto Parker and Earreek: turned J. C.

four years old. CL E. Jones has the leader; Charlie Mil no-person any building shall! or make upon or any employ premises any Prevatt'* house over Saturday to theplasterer. E. 0..Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville. Fia.

'f"" ler ha a model; Han Anderson'*i.hard person to make any tap or connectionwith and it will only be a abort

We don't think that if the The Florida railroads issuing to beat; M. F. Boblnoon's it first clan; the main in the I street for alteration : while before he will move in, and ]Mr. i T. E.
are -
?,;; Governor, should he call an extra Frederica Peterson' .la capital; Dr.Underwood' written, repair or attachment, without :E M. Wool wine will begin the erection ; L ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla. .1 I IMALSBY'S
no free passes now. They are a permit from the Superintendent
iI' session of the Legislature, whether U the best; N. J. Obleen'. of tbe company, specifying of a house in town. .

i to accept that report of the prohibited from doing so underan i Ie admirable; F. J. Boaengreen' 1. the changes to be made. -- ....( t

act of the last Legislature. valuable;John Horn'* 1* real good; New! 1-No consumer shall supply waterto
Several Florida
):.:: investigating committee, or to Pierson' U oat of sight; 8 E. Smith' I, other person or to other fa.mUle.or municipalitiesare MACHINERY COMPANYLong t tI

.:.%, r. tart*move for State prohibition, THE CRIMINAL COURT. i* 4 by 8 on the schedule. Oolley, but suffer them to take It, except for endeavoring to solve the .

or both, it. will benefit, in political honest Neb and Mr. Pierson have a shall drinking purposes on take the or prenol e8nor vagrant question this summer. Distance Phone 574; I
any person carry Orlando i il her
working vagrantson
most beautiful peach orchard and Harper water from or ,
his hydrant private
faction. .
.t part The any
When Tb Record last
went to the hard road. and
pree notice- Ocean
:aa Street
& Mini hew bare about 80 acre of public water trough or fountain, for ,
i people are against may extra ses- ,,Friday morning Ibe Criminal Court peach orchard that is strictly first classand any purpose whatever unless permission able exodus of the worthless Jacksonville
:' ion ,of the Legislature and the wa not through with the baainea before np-to date la every respect.: is obtained from the said Superintendent citizenship ia the result. De- Florida

It, and the following additional I Funiak i giving heavy sentences Portable and
heavy that it would I Stationary Engine
expense The pleasant gay party of six that left
proceeding are given: 5-The company's duly authorized to vagrant and i il finding plenty and Boiler Saw Mills, Wood WorkIng -
iY: bring upon the taxpayers. But, here three week ago for an outing.In the I agrent may enter the premises of any Machinery and Supplies. Complete
SENTENCES!: ON FLEAS OP GUILTY. North the water taker at all reasonable hour to of work for this class on her public line
when the Governor make his are sore having spring time ; carried In stock, Liberal
k, up Joan Fitx." mbezzl0ment. month of their live They are: Mr and ]Mrs .examine the pipe or fixtures. road. The idea i ia a good one Term Wlte for catalog.
mad_ fro do a thing, he does not 9-No shall orinterfere and can be followed with profit :
Beory MadUon. bigamy. 60 day, J. A. Harper Misse Eleanor Hagstrom : person open
;;; take into consideration the opinions Tuner'Bander, unlawful exhibition and Frederica Peterson and Charles E. I valve with the or connection fire hydrant on or the with street the byeveryeommunity.-Pen8&COla State Agents for the Olds Gas and Oa80lene EnginesUSE .

or the wishes. of the pe.iple.n of deadly w_poo. |U or 90 day. Smith and Willie Johnson the last main unleae permission has been obtained Journal......

Robert 1'1ts"" grand larceny, two yean named party of DeLand., They are from the Superintendent, except
making their headquarter* with the the Chief of the Fire
.to State prlaon.Joaeph parent Department
The temperance people ire ... I --- ---- -- .. ..
of 11. -
.. Harper at Emporium Pa., and his a eletaDt.L7A11 T -- -- --
i'1"%' ;jnow ..moving for a wet and dry William. m lidoo. miacblef also the summer home of Major and parties taking waterfnm thecompany -
tl or M day road. P and
on poonty Mrs. J. Felt Dr. DeLong. They
r election: to beheld: In'Escambia, Cheater. Bobinaoa, cult and 'battory. have so far visited a number of InterestIng ters If so ordered will be required by the company to have and me- f .,(

Pensscola,-'and Duval, Jackson tloraoday.. places. -'Long and Coney Inland to be allowed tea thousand 110(00)) gallons ARMOUR FERTILIZERS
... G....&* tomb a trip up the Had
ville per quarter Full settlement must
r but they have the fight of JCBT TBIAb SKNTCNCE8.!: son, to Albany, be .
; : WennerCromwPoint at the end of each quarter and
their, Jif. on ,hand to; get these Joha Collier entering/ a building/ to and Niagara Fall*, excess of water beyond the limit* :
Conn. Pierson and
to ee Eugene other
.1 two, places to rote dry; But commit a Biademaaaor.two year la former Pieraonltea,romped through Jersey chat herein I'ed prescribed for and the per amount quarter.added will be to For Fruit Vegetable andField
: 8&a&e'pn.oa., saw Philadelphia and Baltimore ,
should they succeed, then. tackle the rent for the succeeding : at
.lawns Dr ..msoCeo.4 two yamrsla and visited the writer'childhood home rate .f 21 cent per 1.0OO( quarter
andaoeeed; 'in Hilliboroafch In Prince George county. Maryland
State .,
7' ;Cea t11'.mpa'wh1; ; there would prtom then swung amend and took a peep at -Water rent.must be paid quarterly c Crops.
,Franoi Baud patty __,. sixnxvHx some of the finest track farm and canning In advance.;
.be no use for a BUte prohibition1awo4with"'thertwoor on county. roada factories. oa tub continent In that I 9- The sum of two dollar shall be -

: three Bldtard Uacoln. ptry" lan ay. .. lined veritable Carrol paradise Frederick along the and electric Pena ear paid for tapping the main. Following are Agents In VolusU' County) f t

'renHtlniaK#wet .1 teoantie to be moaHis'' oa euanty road, George counties; then they vlsjted the The above rate for Orange City ,Z. T. BIBLBY, Deland Florida
.lh 8t B KU. dob Olsml aal. of w
-57 National capital, where they Inspectedall the -
:ciapkied ,by:thedry,: side are same charged by DeLand. and E. F.
wbUky.. aaoood ofbaaa, $1,000. the place of national and hlstorlo Interest are considerably 1 lea than a numberof PATILLO A CO.
4 Kkrids would become ft.probibifttott .and went heavenward feet la is.. ...thatyeealM.kl.Nvise. DeLeon Spring
la UM sass at tb* State va Lewis other town of the State charge Port Or"nte
I. ( under the I the WaabJDctoaa_&. Amongthe correspondence ot the Clerkof A. B. PBEVATT. J. P., MACE
operation of Brewer, ..w.. U oor,, .UM jury die.grad. pera City 2Iudor ,
visited the old Ford theatre .. Seville
: 'I place were DeLand with these town last Uk-
::1wi., -1wl. Mioo 1 la!.: ,But with a where Lincoln wa aeaalnated.the spring a* requested by the DeLand 0. O. B06TBOM.. W. P. WILKINSON IItaft .. '

.::\ ',,' _i MobffaMion. provl iont.DOOr- .,\ ;.,......i ooirrnftnn.. Bureau of Engraving the Corcoran Art CounciL We understand that few of OnnondGBUBKBMORRId New,
Gallery. Sautb80 laD batt" Patent the Orange City people are kicking .
;: .. i...... ?into the. State Oortltitu'n .Joavph Rat, .ofrwu. M4 and Dead letter office tbe White Hooa against the new water rate there. Daytona HDW. CO.. PUTNAM A. l'O i LAB .

,' .befrnposible! for child', CbngneHoaal Library. Senate. Hotue They are however, more fortunate IB We are exclusive agent at DeLand A.T. PATIL1XJ'. Oak I 11111
Dana MeCey8.'W.Daaw' Hen sad the Supreme Court chamber" tbe water rate than water taken of moat for these Porch Bhadea. Just the A. P. OUNTKO,
reoswty.. to ever again vote wet, .' Pension Office. National Maaentn. the town of the Btate. All the thine Orteen Pierson" i
on TboID...... Jane* Tailor P. B largerconsumers for your veranda daring the not summer IX r. WETHZRE .. "
a 8,
Anenal. Mfc. V_ eta. and tbev antWigheaainf there OLAW8OK,
we .dent.aDcI..e .
people will Call
tenperanee at our store and
Bait Florid XL C. Aato AmofUOam.charted Holly Bill
la Virginia and Puns satisfied however, with the new rate Hawks Park

is : wfM. rohlag' ..;.;.* with selUa*liquor, .. f' vaaiaR Editor Record.. I J. F. ,ALLEN *- CO.: --- -.I _...,_'. .R



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Mr. J. L. Trne was an Oru.n"e.CIty> Call at 41 Rich Ave. for meals; ', .;:' ."i'jt1 "'!" N<<: .'; I. '"''. ,'" ,'.
# Clothing Clothing Clothing. visitor to DeLand yesterday. Gold filled watches, warranted for ten ". ; I., :<.. \',' t ;, ''Ii 'I\-\;(. :\<," ;} ''''' "'.' .

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Come to Drka's and get a nice sum years from |0 to $7.00, at Bnley'e :. ,, ,i:'".,: ':,:J"";*'"" ;I ,

MID-SUMMER SALEMEAT'S mer suit, t ol@. .Phone 77. Mr and Mrs. Robert H. Boyd are ,

i8 8 The handsome Gardner home on West' taking in the Jamestown Exposition /" '. .

Rich. Ave. is nearing completion. Remember the hat sale at Dreka's. ,,,1,, ''':,' ew':;',t,.,

CLOTHING Judge Stewart made a professional Get one while they're cheap Phone 77,
' ; visit to coast points the forepart of the Mr. W. C. Jackson was In Jacksonville

'- '- week. the fore part of the week on business (,............_,.............."..................."'.............. t,:. '
Sidney Davis returned the latter part .

: 1\3 OFF of beach.the week from a stay at Seabreeze Mrs Baker and daughters returned THE BARGAIN OF i. HIt.1

Saturday from a stay on the beach at .
... Clyde Pounds, of Ocoee, a Stet'soDsladent Seabreeze.Mr. '... .
i spent several. days in the city I THE SUMMER ; ., ..:I,t.) '':'',
-j SUlTsr ii"ERE and Mrs. A. F Dreka and child .
1 this week. .'. ,. .
returned from Tennessee the latter ,:
:. Mr. George N. Dozier and Miss Helen part of the week. .!
$- 8.00 Now $ 5.33 LL.I. Dozier were over from Orange City the
Mr, Frank J. Alldla and family have

oc: $10.00 Now $ 6.67 oc:1 first There of the will wee.lt.be a large acreage of vlIle.1 I home returned in Connecticut from a visit at the former i i -Straw Hats reduced i .

Q $12.50 Now $ 8.37 Q'W' fall tables and'planted winter throughout crop. Volnalu. this Dr. Hnlley will spend a portion of'' to ;

September at Chantaniina, N. Y., filling
$13.50 Now $ 9.00 Miss Ethel Watts has returned froma lecture appointments

month's visit with bar aunt Mrs. D. Mr. W. A. Steed and family left the 150

11II:: $15.00' Now $10.00 A. Morrison at Jacksonville latter part of the week for a visit at Cents I

.................".................."". 1:1: :: New Smyrna people are engaging In Savannah and Augusta, Ga. .

Sun Parasols Plain White Embroidered the trucking business, especially in Mr. H. B. Stevens and family left the .

celery, lettuce .and tomatoes. first of the week for Seven Mile F rd, I! at i iFOUNTAIN'S

\i.: and Fancy Colors, at 1-3 Off. \i Mrs J, H. Krnae and daughter Olive Va., for a month's vacation.

: m ..: :: left last week for Chicago where they Mrs. Sam Happersett, Cyril and Miss \

paaa the balance of the snminei. Guilda
PHONE 77 return today from a two weeks'

Quite a number of mechanics are stay at Barber's, Coronada Beach. = :
$.+ f f. .++...... .Ii.f+11+f.+f++++I.. f f . . . . . . . . . coming to DeLand, imported to assistin The Dreka dry goods establishment 1......"" ......'........I...."...................................

the many fine homes going up. is cleaning up its summer stock of

You can get big bargains In pianos by I RogersBrown.At Prof. Colton arrived from the North goods at very atttractlve reduced prices.

calling on J. A. Erickson daring the the home of tha bride mother at LOCAL SYNOPSIS. the first of the week. His new home The luscious scuppernong grape is in

next 80 days, or drop him a cote and be Miss Ada will be ready for occupancy by October market in great abnndance. No fruit
4:80: p. m. Thursday, Rogers
will call to see von. 1st makes a finer jelly, and lots of it is being
united in Prof. F. P.
Mr. W. W Watts, of Dreka'a dry pnt up.
Brown, of Cincinnati, the Rev. O A.
BIDS WANTED. Harrell. officiating. The bridal couple THE PAST WEEK. goods department, has returned from For Rent-A furnished cottage on the
his vacation spent among old friends in beach at Seabreeze for month of Sep
left immediately for parts unknownto Georgia.Mm. i, f . f . f f f + + f f f .. f . f f f f f + f + f .
Bids will be received by the City of those outside of the family. We of Looat aDd Society Item. for the People' tember. Apply to Mrs Frank Harris,

v.. DeLand until noon, Friday, August 80, Holdenvllle are sorry to lose Miss Rog ver-"Brlef Mention or Fact a. S W. Johnston and son and ,Seabreeze, Fla.
r 1907 for grading Clara" avenue from and she will certainly be missed in daughter Paul and Virginia, left Saturday Mr. C. S. Gallbreath and family left Death of the Father/ of Mrs. Biggers wives and mothers whom he plunks
Voorhis avenne to Rich avenne, and ers, Seen by our Reporter.W. like brands from the
paving with shell Clara avenne from her circle. Mr. Brown was favorably for Warm Springs:! Ga where they Friday last to spend a month at the burning
We learn from the St. Louis -foat- "Mr Morrison .
to Rich The remain until fall. former home at Louisville, Ky., taking was the of the
Howry avenue avenne. city known here but we now have "in"for S. Taylor, Dentist.
of the death I lent
the to all dispatch week, of Provident Association He pat $40,000
right reject or
reserves any the river trip from Beresford to Jack
him for taking away one of our lovliest Table board. 41 Rich Ave. Get a sewing machine or a talking. sonville. Thomas Morrison, father of Mrs. C. A. cash into the Diddle Market Mission.

bide.By order of the city council of De. young ladies. Success, happiness and Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. machine from Erlckson during the next The DeLand people .as well Biggers. formerly a resident of DeLand, He was one of the staunch supporters of
Land. E. D. McLEOD, Clerk.: long life to them.-Holdenvllle Tribune, 80 days at a big bargain Don t forget to may prepare back In the 80's and early OO's. The the Girls' Industrial Home, and at his
Embroidery and for.a busy winter season It
I parasols at reduced very
funeral. girls from that place will strew
I. T., Aug. 16.September see him about these bargains
rates at Dreka's. is believed that the coming winter wil paper has a lengthy account of the life, flowers upon his coffin He gave for

BIDS WANTED. I Teachers' Examination. Jaa Gross returned this week -from amonth's : Miss Electa Gifiord, who gave .a con be the greatest tourist season Florida work and deeds of the deceased He tunes to the poor and he died in moderate
cert .at the University Auditorium lastwinter has ever bad. was a preacher for many years and circumstances, but one of the last
Bide will be received by the City of The regular September teachers' examination stay at Barber's Coronado. Is the spent a fortune in charitable work, things he said was
spending summer at Coronado -
DeLand until noon, Monday, September will be held in DeLand, beginning Miss Strong is spending veral weeksat !Messrs Claire, Cairns, Lauras & !dung The 'I have never wanted for anything,
9th 1007, for 850 cords of four foot i Beach with her friend !Mra Dues comparatively poor. paper .
September third at nine o'clocka. Orlando< with Mr. and Mrs. L. B Ackroyd Douglas and Godie, the says of him: and a millionaire' could not have more
delivered racked at pnmplng sta
wood m. Long i Mr. and Mrs. D. B: Hargreaves leave several contractors at DeLand, all have than that.
tlon.the City Specifications Clerk. Tbe on city file reserves at the officeof the As usual, the examination will be The Acme today for New York City. The Assistant contracts for the erection of new homesin "For upward of half a century this His very last word was a prayer for
Quick Restaurant labored in dark Diddle Market Mission and the 1200
right to reject any or all bids.. held In the white and colored schoolhouses will Postmaster of DeLand takes his annual the city that will take them until gpod man the places of and who there."
By order of city council of DeLand. respectively. serve von regular meals or meals vacation and !Mrs H selects the fall long in the winter to complete St. Lonis to save lost ones. He was a boys girls go

E. D. McLEOD, Clerk. Fraternally yours, to order. and winter stock for her. millinery Miss Annie M. Connell and Mr. Norman righteous man and led an upright, man-

A. O. BOTTS, County Clerk Jordan and family leave establishment. F. Parker both of this place, were eying sacrificing life. To thousands The Marsh Market.
Snpt. soon to spend a month or so at Highlands of the poor and the outcast he
united in
BIDS WANTED. marriage last Saturday eve
Messrs. W
S. Taylor, S. D. Jordan(
N. C.Another was a very savior. He was a man of If you want the choicest cuts of Meats
the Rev. Geo. T. Self the officiating
and Homer Coronado
Compson went to
Bide will be received by the City of month and over great business ability. He made enough save your orders with ns The best of
preparations will minister Mr. Parker Is with the
WANTED. Beach Friday last for a surf fish. Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
.e. DeLand until noon, Monday September SQUIRRELS pain progress for the fall opening of The sea baas are beginning to bite furiously Koester tobacco, factory of this place. money to have built np several fortunes, Chops, Sausages, Hamburg. Steak,
lineal Oth feet, 1007 of cement, for approximately walks. Specifications Will pay $3.00 for a pair of fox squirrels Stetson University. over there now, and big ones are !Mr. H. A. Wright and family who, but he gave it all to the poor. In St. fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon,
or $J.00 for a pair of gray; squirrels, Louie! today are hundreds of successful etc Courteous attention and prompt
'will be furnished by the City Clerk Mr. Charles Miller has been spendingthe being caught daily. since June, have been down at Viking,
male and female, uninjured and in business who it all him. delivery.
men owe to
upon application. The city reserves the week at Barber's, Coronado on the East Coast, where Mr. Wright
will do. fishing,
good condition. Young ones Mr Mayo Dade returned I the latter Marsh Bros.
right to reject or all bids. And there hundreds of women, good
any The fox squirrel preferred. Deliver at and made some fine catches. has a pinery and grove, returned to the
council. of the week
By order of the city part from a visit to the
E. D. McLEOD, Clerk. this office. The Atlantic Coast) Lire is having Jamestown Exposition and among the Glenwood home the latter part of the i ,

new cross ties pot-down on the branch scenes of his childhood in Virginia The week and on Tuesday started for a
month's vacation in Massachusetts
from the city to the Junction. They daughter Mil's Mabel remains in Virginia
were certainly needed. I Mr W. A.. Allen has purchased the .
until October 1st.
stock of Mr. H A, Boley, who, tomorrow VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES Attorney Bert Fish left the latter Hill
SOUVENIRS Mr. O. J. a former citizen of De- takes charge of the jewelry repair
part of the week for the North, on amontb's Land now living at South Jacksonville, department of Messrs. W. A. Allen DeLAND, FLORIDA

ti vacation. He will take in the was here over Sunday:! visiting his & Co. Boley is as good as ever came to ANDMERCHANTS'

Jamestown. Exposition before his retnrn. nephew, Mr. J. W. Fudger, and meet- Florida in the jewelry repair line and

ing old friends. He was returning from will promptly turnout the large amountof BANK

Miss Marion Coulter, registry clerkIn Lake county, where he went to inspect repair work handled by this house
the postoffice, returned this week grove property he has in that county. (Branch of Voluaia
from her vacation, passed at the James Prof. E. J. Godfrey, who formerly DAYTONA FLORIDA
If the farmers of Volnsla would .
town Exposition, guest of Mrs. A. T. begin lived and was in the mercantile business
Ro sitter. growing the Para grass on their farms, here, for the past eight years residing
W. A. ALLEN & CO. it would not be many years before no at Fitzgerald, Ga., spent several Condensed Statement as Called for by the Comptroller at
Mrs. W. W. Frost
and children arrived Northern hay wonld he shipped into days in DeLand this week. He has the Close of Business June 29, 1907

Druggists and JewelersNext home the latter part of the week the county. The Para. grass makes a made lots of money since going to Fitzgerald -
1 from
whore they have most excellent hay, and stock prefer it in dealing in real estate. He Is RESOURCES

( to tbe; Postofficce) retnrns been since about the September first o1'June.20th.Prof Frost to any grass grown in the South. It is now erecting there a handsome cement Loans and Discounts .. .. ? .. .. ..... .. ...$431,048.70Stocks
a stock fattener, too. stone building:
.. DeLand, Florida : and Bonds. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .... 6,150.00
Through Manager E. L. Hon of the The drouth we had all last winter Mrs. Lillian M. Haynes is to have "
Electric Light Co., The Record has or- and untIl the present rains set in was eight residences erected to rent on the i 1,800.59Banking
dered an electric motor, and its she of Dr. House and Fixtures :-
presses far reaching in its results. It left the property recently purchased
will be run by electricity as soon as the ground so dry that the flat woods, lakes, Fisher on University Place. A shell Volusia County Bank....$ 7,775.92)) .

all day current Is pnt on in the early ponds and creeks yet show little result avenue is to be made through tbe lot, Merchants' Bank 11,899.89)) 19,675,81

fall. of recent rains. They are all practicallydry and palmetto trees to be planted alongit Real Estate. 5,000.00.

A good( rain fell at DeLand last yet. It is remarkable that the orange and will oe known as Palmetto Collection Account ... .. ........ ... .... ... 68.80
I Tuesday, the first for a week. These trees have the crop of frnlt on Court. About$20,0001 is to be expended Cash on hand and in Banks. ,. 248,437.49
hot days a daily shower would be a they have and the gcod crops the farm- on the property in new houses and

i FINE STATIONERY PURE DRUGS welcome visitor The farmers and growers ers are making. the making of this court way. i' Total .$712,781.89

I too, over the county wonld like a The property owners on the Boulevard
Mr. Andrew McKenzie at the
rain at-least twice a week. was and New York avenue, in front of LIABILITIES

Are the DeLand people going to do county Mr. McKenzie seat from owns Glencoe at Glencoe Tuesday, some last. whose properties the Cltv Council ordered Capital .'. $ .)0,000.00Surplus i

anything towards getting the Postal of the richest hammock land in Florida the putting down of cement and Undivided Profits .. .. ... . 49,811.81> ;,,
Telegraph Co. to run its line into town? and he is preparing some of it for a walks and who so far have been unableto Deposits .. 612,025.63: i

F. ALLEN & Coe With It will come the long distance celery farm. He grew celery on a,mall have the work done on account of Cashier's Checks 204.07 .
J. telephone, too. Our citizens should act scale last winter on this, land, and as not getting masons to do the work, are Certified Checks .. 1,239.85 1

in this matter, and get this service in at fine celery as could be grown anywhere.He glad that the Council is trying to con
DeLand by winter. tract with parties to put all the walks
'Leading Furniture House of Volusla County says notwithstanding the drouth, he down, approximately about 3oo01lDe..1. Total. . .. . .. ... :. $712,781.39
The Painter Printing Co. of this place has made the best field crops this year i
feet. The Council is advertising in the
furnished the laws passed by the recent he has ever made DeLand and Daytona papers aDd the I OE'E'ICER8-A. D. McBride, President; J, B. Con .

session of the Legislature, to 85 counties The Bond Sandstone Brick Co. of Times-Union for bids for this work rad, Vice-President; S. A. Wood, "DROP of the State, that is to 85 orderedto
IN" papers Lake Helen has orders booked ahead for For Sale-An attractive home within publish these acts according to the a year. They will send over a million one.half mile of Stetson University, I "1

and see our Newest law authorizing their publication The brick to St.Augustine, and will furnish nearly 8 acres of land, on one of the
.. Painter company printed 65,000 of eight several millions for railroad terminal best avenues, a good 7-room cottage "
with all! its furnishings, electric lighted .
.. set in
pages agate type.
Styles in Parlor and work at Jacksonville. The lumber mill city water, ample yard with' beautiful '- 'jMMMMMiM
Work on the 840.000 University at Lake Helen, too, the E. W. Bond Co., shrubbery plant house buildings for +AMg 1M 1M....i1l9&MrMsBFPtikaBiRYiit4tatMfei/Pllat/ '
library will commence next month, and has nearly a year's cut ahead It Is one doves, poultry, carriages and horse.A .

't: :t' Dining Room fur- the contraotor, Mr. Clake, has a big job of the busiest places in all Florida, the charming residence; Good reasons .
for this estate and
selling personal
, ahead of him. The white brick from two concerns giving steady employment '. property at a bargain and we will have is made from the |

niture. ;. the Bond Sandstone Brick Co. will to a large number.of laborers. a new owner soon. Apply to E. H.
, probably be used in its construction. Mr. and Mrs.. W. C. Cannons and Hayward. I '' very choicest cuts
and it will be a building that will be an family are spending conple. of weeksin V -S.--- : "'"' of and cured "
Miss Bottle McFall left Wednesdayfor meat
ornament to any college or town in the New York City, reporting a delight. ,

Phone No. t12 J; F. ALLEN & CO. DeLand Fla. South. fnl trip via steamship from Jackson- a visit at Jacksonville. mild I '}
Mr. George Marsh has completed a vllle. While in New York Mr. Cannons Mr. Jack Lawrie, of the dry goods. a delicate : .i
,,.. handsome six I department of G. A. Drelia & Co., is at
room finish
cottage on south will arranging for the tram flavor It
Boulevard and has it the coast on a vacation. comes y,
furnished, ready road through the flat woods along the f I.' .,
, .' for rent. Mr. Marsh is In the tomato DeLand and Daytona road, to be used The Home Mission Society of the M. to table in
r ,growing Industry down on the East to get shell on the road for the hard E. Church South will sell ice cream and your ir

Coast, and last winter cleaned np about surfacing. Rapid progress will be made cake this evening for benefit of the parsonage BeeNut L vacuum glass : 4; ?j
18,000, and what he has done there in toward the completion of this big con fund at the home of Mrs. Judge

the tracking badness fa the good for- tract as soon as this tram road Is in McCrory. East Indiana avenue Sliced' Beef free from kind' ,,

..9t"t W .1.icke tune coming to a number of other'Vo- operation. Tbe Seville team played DeLand yes- any ,
Insla who'went i, 27 to "
people down there and terdavafternooD. The score was
About $30,000 [Is being spent ont at
f "Elastic" Bookcase are growing the winter vegetable crops. the electric light and ice plant In the 8 In favor' of DeLand. The Seville boys j of preservative. ready of instant use. In"t..
The fair held down the DeLand team well np to
at Rangemere last installation of more powerful machinery.
and Desk combined.Permits ,itl; i Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.. :$. M. The capacity of the present plant, last two innings, when, apparently, they | elude a jar in your order. !

as much or as little Bnrrowi and her sisters, Mr W. S. both as to Ice and electricity,. is at its let their team go to pieces.

book space as wanted. y y Taylor and Miss Marie Morris, of Florida limit. The new installation will bring The J. H. Tatum new residence on A. H. WOQDALL .fOur

few Comprises or many Desk Book Unit Units with as t ,Y ,n for the benefit of an !Episcopalian: an improved light and the capacitywill north'' Boulevard, Lao man & Ackroyd, .

i ,attractive. Call and see social affair. The beautiful come, unless the town has a phenomenal home In thl,, part of the State? It will line of Staple and Fancy Groceries 'Is I a*- complete. as 1 1It ; 'i-

....., H or write for catalogue 109. s, cottage was made more attractive by growth in the near future. New contrain about .,two dozen rooms, and can be; fresh and all high class, standard, brands... ... ,. ;' i
: J. F. ALLEN & CO.', the tables of fancy articles, homemade poles and new wires must be put in. !'will cost approximately 110,000. Fresh vegetables morDlu' : 't" '
every fi
.". :AOBINT5.DBUAND. onndr and flowers, while In the tea When these Improvements are made De- I Mr. Carl Morris of Bradford, P.... Is ,' vI
room lingered and for sweet charity's Land will have one of the most modern visiting,his aunt' Mrs. H., C:'Baker, k' I *fi
,14 FLA. take: f 193 will take courage and helpto electric plants in Florida. The execu who, on Tuesday night laatgave artver ,.
PH NE79' : ,
the faithful workers for the Master ton of the Stetson estate and ManagerHon launch party in honor of Mr. Morris, a "'' .' '

in the snnny South.-Maine 'Woods, propose that DeLand_ shall have number of young people'enjoying the \ risrsfrw. awittatt4tr.nstt4't'Y! .. I

Philips, Me.;Aug. 16. ,the beat that can be had. mooh-light trip on the St. Johns. 4swatttawatratt__. .. .

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Notice.To Notice of Final Discharge .... .... ".-
PANELS IN WALL PAPER. White clilffun veils if or goouqtir." Advice to the Aged. Executor's .

ty and the mesh Is uninjured cnn 1 lie> Age brings Infirmities. such as slug. whom it may concern: Notice la hereby given that six months I '

Th Neweat Method In Houee Decoratlons. made to do duty again' and again If Blah bowels weak kidneys and bladder after date, namely on tbe lath day of ATLANTIC COASTLINE
Notice Is hereby given to all and
they are dyed. The process Is very sim : December 1U07 1 will as guardian of Edna
singular/ the creditors, distributees, Gusciue, formerly Elna Bennett present
Paneled walls were never considered, ple. Directions are printed on the little and all persona having/ claims or demands my final account to tbe Hon. J. Lee; Mo- .

smarter than practical packages for homo dyelug to bo found against the estate of C. O, Crory, County Judge of Volusla county '
now nor more In any chemist's shop. The dyes are Tutt's Pills Post deceased to present the same Fla.. .. snob guardian, and ask for..a final

for the average Ont or npiirtmont, for prepared for silks and wooluiis und to the undersigned executor of said discharge RAILWAY
Dated June lllli, 1007.
housewives especially tho progressiveone the directions differ slightly. Thnt estate within two years or the same 8. A. WOOD.

., reallze that walla BO decorated meant for Bilk would be better for effect will be barred. That the undersigned Guardian. .
on .
make a room mucb more attractive chiffon. Goo quality white chiffon stimulating bowel.,theMorfan. has been appointed by the Hon. J. : .
Lee McCrory Judge/ of the County Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
to their .. .
perform natural
than papers with, crowns or borders takes exquisite: : shades of blue, pink or functions: I -
In youth andIMPARTING Judge's Ootrt as executor of said estate Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws Jamestown from
and, Incidentally that richer effects for lavender. A Rood black Is more difficult and all such claims or demands of Florida.Notice Exposition Rates DeLand

,, less are posHlblo. to obtain for any material and tho VIGOR_ _- should be presented to Stewart Bly,
.. There la another dexlrnblo feature to novice should keep to light color Lace to the .kidneys,bladder and LIVER. his attorneys, DeLand, Fla., or to the is hereby given tbatGeo W.Palmer, SEAS )N TJCKErS-I3IUo, sold dally; coach excurslons-H6.2S.:
They..adapted to old and young. pnrcllnser of 1'ax Curtlttoate No. 41, dated sold each Tuesday, limit 10 days not !food in parlor or sleeping cars..
. panel. that thoughtful women have also mny be satisfactorily dyed nt undersigned./ the 6th day of June, Vint has died said 60 day tickets-$31.70, sold dally; 15 day ticket-$25.90. sold dally j
discovered and that la with the walls home. Tea or coffee will give many WILLIAM A. BAGQATT. certificate In my otltue, and has made application '
Executor. deed to issue In accordance Coast Line.No 82 No 80 "Norfolk No 88 No 89
, broken In this fashion a room requires! beautiful shades from ecru to brown. for tax Flyers
: comparatively few pictures for the according to the strength of the infusion Seabreeze, Fla., July 8. 1007. I I with law. described Said certificate embraces situated the In Lv DeLand' 300p700p Lv Norfolk 8 lOp 826a900a
WEDDING: FEAST SALAD. following property
Ar Jacksonville T :30a Ar Jacksonville 2
and the number of times the lace POp
decoration In tbeuiBelves Volusla Florida to-wlti
: panels are Notice of Attachment. county
Lv Jacksonville 930a 7 SlIp t Lv Jacksonville 8 930a
Is used etchIng Is dipped. It should be dried after each of deed Book HOp
If uu In
ana expensive paper An Old I 10 acres wK neji, per 7 :30a: 8 DeLand
I Family Recipe For this In- Ar Norfolk SlIp Ar 6 l ISp lOOp
or an oil painting Is really out of dipping. In Circuit Court Seventh Judlolal Circuit J, page 620, section 11, twp lea, range 2tfe.
for there 1 Is no background to diepeniabla Relleh. In and for Volnala County, Florida.To The said land being assessed at the date Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to Norfolk
place Grant, the Unaeiumlng. Chicken salad i Is. the most dependablerelish Amos Duffey, and all Other Persons Interested of the Issuance of such certificate In the
t show It to advantage and, moreover Grant and "fehennan! were the only to serve at the wedding feast. : name of N. segar. Unless said Write for Illustrate'1 folders, containing' maps, descriptive matter -

It actually detracts from the effectiveness officers of high rank I ever met who It holds the You are hereby. notified that under and certificate shall be redeemed according to hotel lists, etc. For reservations Information address. any
lines. never possibilities of ptomaine by virtue of a writ of Attachment. Issued will issue thereon the 25th Ticket of the Atlantic Coast Line
of the panel by breaking tho about law, tax deed on Agent/ or .
did not charge the atmosphere poisoning, as fish may and it out of the Clroult Court of the Seventh day September. A. D.. 1901. ...
"Panels Bays a well kuowu decorator them with military consequence. Whileat does not wilt, as a green salad would Judicial circuit of Florida In and for Vo Witness mv olllclal signature and, seal FRANK C BOYLESTON' District Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast Line

1 ,, "are always effective If mud City Point I frequently joined my If the reception runs for some length. lucia County, In a suit therein pending this the 28rd day of AuKiiat, A. D 11107.8AMJ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
but the mont wherein E. L. Hon Is Plalntlu and Amos
even from plain papers, Por- JORDAN,
friends of Grant's staff.
methods areworked out by lIere Is an old family recipe: Dunoy Is Defendant the following lot or Clerk Clroult Court Voluala County, Fla.
, attractive W. J. CRAIG P. T. III. T. C. WHITE
O. P. A.
Dunn and others ,
ten Babcock, Billy This quantity should make very near- parcel of land lying and being In the County ,
combining a plain background! with at his headquarters. The general. In ly two quarts of salad sufficient for ot Volunln and State of Florida baa been Wilmington, N, C. Wilmington; N. C :1
for Tax Deed Under I
.. striped floral or scroll panels. attached and levied upon as the propertyof Application
"To panel walls, the latter are Brst undress uniform always neat but not twenty people. If served with sandwiches tbe said Amos Duffey. to.wlt: Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Lawsof ............ .. 1M"' '''''''''' *" .. .... fM :HttINC'.M*
fastidious in appointment. would sit and ices. Select two plump Lot 1. section 1, township 17 south. range Florida
covered with preferably
: paper at the door of his tent or sometimes on fowls not too old; simmer in boiling 29 east and lot 2, section 1. township 17
from the baseboard to the ceiling and Notice Is hereby given tbat John Moralne.puroUa.er ,
: south 20enst less a tract 10.8 chains
settees that faced each range
one of the long water until tender. Do not cut them 01 Tax "ertiUoute No 1270 dated.
'. this the panels are laid. These east and west bv 0.75 chains north and
on other' under the tout lly, smoke listen up before (cooking and do not cook In south" 1 in the southwest corner of said lot tbe 6th day. of June A. U., 11)05.) has tiled,
pieces contrary to the opinion of and sometime talk and not a soul of cold water as this draws out the Juice. And; you, are furlber notIfied that the rd. said certificate in my oihoe, and baa mlOdenppllc.tlon I
many are not cold In shapes ready to for tax deed to Issue In ao.
na from the youngest to the oldest ever When tender remove from the liquor Amos Dufl'ey and all other persons Interested John B. Stetson UniversityAFFILIATED
put on, but by the roll, and are cut hereby to oordanoe with law. Said certificate era-
are required a appear, plead or
of rank. Without lowerIng
bad -
a thought cool and cut Into dice. Add one pint braces the following described property
any width or length desired. A. a demur In said suit I on or before the first
rule panels are not placed more than Lie manner .to the level of familiarity of celery cut In dice mixed lightly Monday In October A. D. 1007, being the situated in Voluula county Florida towittLot !

he put every one at his ease by sprinkled with a little salt If you do 7th day of said month otherwise default 7, sub of lot 0, section SI, township
twelve Inches above tho baseboard and hi. natural simplicity. lie had none of not like oil, use this dressing: Beat will be entered against you. 18 south, range 81 east; :a acres WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.
extend to within eighteen or twenty. ANDIS' 0t FISH The said land aping) assessed at the date .
the of moods or vanity. Quiet the of nnn.
caprices yolks seven seven pinches
four Inches of the ceiling, thus making eggs. Attorneys for the Plalntlu, K. L. Bon. of tbe issuance of such! certificate In the
In his and natural In his manner of mustard and seven teaspoonfuls
of the background a frieze at the top presence name Heirs Ellsba Anderson. Unless said COLLEGE OF LIBERAL'ARTS-Standards are identical with the University -
and dado at the bottom. The dls- geutlo in ,voice of absolute purity of sugar; place-in a porcelain stew- Notice.In certificate sbal be redeemed according to
In speech of unaffected simple dig pan; add slowly seven tablespoonfuls law tax deed will issue thereon on tbe d'JL'i\1: OF LA Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.
,tances between panels depend upon the 10th day of September A. D.. 11)07.) COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY;!: Electrical Mechanical and Civil Eli.gineering. .
,wall space for they may be either wideor nity. Grant threw a charm over hi.Can3pfll of boiling vinegar; cook slowly until County Judge's Court Voluala County Witness my olllclal signature and seal ,

narrow. 'o. West Point never graduateda thick mix with the chicken, add one FloridaIn this the 9th day of August, A. D, 1007. COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS-Five courses( of study for Florida School
either"'wider man who added so little austerity or cupful of good sweet cream whipped the matter of tbe Estate ol W. M. Pul- SAM'L D. JORDAN. Teachers. 1.
"If the or
than punela the are width of roll pretense to the peak of fame.-General light and unit and pepper to taste. If len, deceased. Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County: Fia. PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton, "\
To Mrs. Marlon Malone Mt. Vernon
Morris Behalf In Atlantic. you like oil try tills mayonnaise dressIng Michigan Vassar.
which runs from twenty-seven to thirty Texas Mrs. Lurlnda Hopkins and Mrs. BUSINESS c.OLLEGE-DookkeeplnR.; Banking, Shorthand Typewriting
Inches wide, considerable paper Is : Into the well "beaten :yolk of one Frank Word andFrankWord. berhusband, Notice of Administration.In Business Law.SCHOOL .

' wasted which makes this style of decorating R.lm. Rar. Tapeetrlee. egg add drop l h(' drop one pint of olive 01 Hogansvllle. Georgia, and all other per- OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron Y orkin( and Manual

One feels the interior of Reims ca- oil. Boll two afft: hard rub Into the sons interested: County Court. Voluala County Florida. Training .
more expensive than the old By the County Judge of said county. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Piano Voice History of Music,
Whereas Pursell Administrator Theory
thedral to bo Immense without searching yolks a dnfli of cayenne pepper one- H. W. as Organ, ,
style but the panels, If desired maybe of the estate of W. M. Pullen deceased Whereas, L. B. Long bas applied to this Teachers' Course.
made narrow-Just the width of the the guidebook for actual figures of half spoonful of salt. Add this to the has Died his petition setting forth tbat there Court for letters of administration with I the I SCHOOL: OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and Painting oil water color. pastel.

paper or wide enough to take two length and height. One feels It to bu yolks and oil. Now add finely chopped are debts due and owing by the estate of will' annexed on the estate of Mrs. A. L. STETSON has 4 Colleges 0 Technical:) 'hoots. 15 Buildings. 48 In Faculty,

splendid without looking at the detail whites of thin OEWI and Juice of half tbe said VT. N. Pullen deceased. and that Farr, deceased late of said county of Volusia. solid courses, strong teachers, modern equipment' 10 laboratories. 2 museums
widths. the personal is Insufficient to gymnasium 25 olaaa rooms separate dormitories for both sexes memorial dining
a lemon mix well, then add the well property pay
"Panels set on backgrounds naturally of the pllkira with their glided capitals the same, and that the said. W. M Fullen These are, therefore to eke and admonish hall wood and lion shops, manual training and domestic. science, auditorium
need a finish to cover the raw edges the lofty vaulting of (he roof the beaten white of tho uncooked egg and died seized and possessed of the following all suE singular the kindred, and creditorsof 10,000 pipe organ 15 pianos debating dubs literary societies star lecture

where the two meet, and for this purpose choir spacious within IU simple grille the dressing I Id rendy for use. described property/ lying and being In the said deceased, to be and appear before courses Christian associations general library ((15,000 volumes) special law
moldings the windows burning with royal tires county of Voluala and State of Florida, this Court on or before the 9th day of September library.enclosed athletic Held running track, tennis courts baseball diamond
bands of paper resembling towiu file if football Held park-like campus shell roods cement wa.ks, shrubbery and trees
A I> 1U07 and objections any
are used. These bands or binders lire. lighted In the thirteenth century HOUSEWIFE HINTS. All of lot two of block eight, according to tbev have to the granting letters as afore. Christian (not sectarian) atmosphere, open to all denominations steam heat

_ do not come ready to hang, but must when stained glass. reached its full Beardsleya map of DeLeon Springs; also said otherwise the same will be granted: as I electric lights electric bells concerts, fraternities. exhibitions, receptions, recitals -

be cut from regulation frieze paper ofa beauty-the tapeutiles. glowing even In When making/ mashed potatoes Into lot four and seven of block eightaccording pra ved. veipers exoirsl ns, festivals. Attendanoe now biggest in history of

design that has stripes suitable for their faded glory. These tapestries. always cakes rub tho hands with flour to pro.vent to MoTimmona' map of UeLeon ,Springs, Witness my name as County Judge 01 the University. Generous patron; no money spared. Stetson 'U tor Florida first,
last, and all tile time.
and praying 111 and by said petition that he county aforesaid, this 8th day August, Ifi7) '
outlining panels. Some border papers seemed to me the distinctive. feature potato sticking to them. may have tbe order 01 the Court directing (Seal) J. LEE McCKOliY} For informaton, catalogues, bulletins views and folders address

have two stripes, while others have of Helms the lust touch of magnificence Grass status may be removed by him to take into possesslqn as Administrator 8-16 County Judge PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLEY A. M., Ph. D, DeLand, Florida-

. three or five that may be cut out and to a cathedral already mag dipping them in molasses and then .of the estate the real estate hereinbefore
nificent.! They bung all along the aisleson described as assets ol the estate for the
used molding for panels.
as washing this out with clean water.
of and
debts sell the lor said
payment same
of Gobelhi
each side the iiave-
It the fat In the dripping pan catches purpose, together with tbe inoldental charges Notice of Citation -
Perpersack tapestries tapes I
tapestries In at little of sale.Now. .
on Are once a milk
TOILET DEVICE. tries rarely seen anywhere nowadayssave pour therefore this Is to command! County Court Voluala County Florida.
and the flame will be instantly you,
safely stored In museums. It I U the said Mrs. Marion Malone Mrs Lucln- i By the County Judge, of salU County

Contrivance Deposits Tooth( Powder en like the sumptuousness of Helms to quenched.A da Hopkins Mrs Frank Word and Frank "curt Whereas for ,Letters S. B.Wllaon of Administration has applied to with this I 1\\ State Institutions forHIgbEducatiODll!

the Brush. wooden spoon should be dipped in Word and all other persons Interested to
display them as if they were as entirely the will annexed on the Estate of Hannah
An exceedingly neat device which boiling water Immediately before using. appear on the eighteenth dav September deceased late of said of
Gllllspe ,
a part of Itself as the sculptures of A. D. 11/01/ at my olilce in the court house County
should appeal to members of the fair the the and monsters of Tbls will prevent discoloration and In DeLand. Florida and show Volusla. |
angels cause wby
facade University of the State of Florida Florida Female College
These therefore cite and admonish
of Oav01"ll.When are,
Is the holder for tooth and absorbing
sex powder the apse.-Elizabeth Robins Pennell in the praver of said petition should not be all and singular the kindred and creditors I

brush shown here. It is so constructed Century. you have occasion to use plaster granted if any you have. of said deceased to be and appear before' Gainesville,.Fla. Tallahassee, Fla.A .

that by simply operating a lever It of parts wet It with vinegar in- It Is further ordered that this citation be this Court. on or: before the 9th day of Sep ,

will ,deliver a certain amount of the.t' Faith In the Cleray. stead of water; then It will be like published in Tbe Voluala County at DeLandIn Record tember. A. O. 1007, and file objections\ it | A high-grade-institution/ for young college for women without: a
a weekly newspaper! published
tbe letters
any they have to granting: 88't
Tbe hlgblanders faith in the clergy putty and can be smoothed better as said county, for a period of four successive aforesaid otherwise the same will be granted 'I men, offering/ Literary Scientific parallel in the South embracing/
has always "teen peculiarly profound. it will not set for half an hour while weeks as prayed.Witness Engineering Agricultural/ and Ped. College of Liberal Arts a School

This characteristic Is illustrated, plaster wet with water hardens at Witness my hand and official teal this my name as 'ountv Judge of agogical Courses. for Teachers a School of Industrial
once. sixth day of August, A D. 1907 the County aforesaid this 3rd day of August Arts a School of Fine Arts including -
though in rather an exaggerated way (Seal) J. LEE MeCRORY, 1907. Strong faculty well-e quipped piano pipe organ\ violin,
by the story of two old women going An odd but palatable dish l is made by Judge of the County Judge's Court of (Seal) J. LEE MeCRORY laboratories, thorough instruction, voice culture, elocution and phcal ,.-

along the road after service who were frying onions a nice brown then add. Voluala County Florida. County Judge. both theoretical and practical I; culture.A .

heard to discuss the sermon as follows ing a can of tomatoes; season with careful supervision! and discipline; faculty of able specialists in

: pepper and salt and one teaspoonful of high moral tone. all departments.

Peggy-Ab, and did :yon bear that allspice; cook all together a few min No tuition charges to Florida I I

most precious word KIrsty-a most utes. Serve plain or on toast, as de students. Other expenses very low. instruction TUITION FREE.In fine Charges arts reducedto for spe.

. precious word? sired. For catalogue and other information a minimum. New buildings in -

KIrsty-No. And what word was If ink Is Bpllled( on a carpet,, run for address course of construction. Write for

that? the salt and salt renewing
bag put on ,
Peggy-Oh, a most precious word, It as fast as the ink I la absorbed by It. President. President.

and It', myself that will not forget It, Where thin is done promptly and plenty v& .
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the previous word Nebuchadnezzar. of fresh salt used it 1 Is frectaently so qi ;'r .

Elrsty-Oh, yes. But did you bear effective that no Ink spot whatever re __ ___ __ ___n ___ .. ,
that other most beautiful word? Myself mains.

never heard It said before the

I! I beautiful word Belsbazzar.-Caledonian. Value of Example.To FIRST AND LAST

bave your child truthful, be truth

No Dlshss to Wash. yourself ful. To kind have to him others.kind to To others have him be SHIED BRAND SHOES BOld? LUfT\ber\ ceompalY]

Happy Madagascarlansi They have honest,, present to him in yourself a Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depotat

DO dishes to wash In their housekeeping. living example of honesty. The chief DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine
Mean made to all-who
VOWDSK DBOIS UC ;BROSH. The large fibrous leaves of what part of a child's knowledge comes $ $ '

Is called "the traveler. tree" because through observation. Acts mean more Lumber
tooth powder on to the toothbrush. them. In Flooring Ceiling Mouldings-
Tbe tooth powder U placed In the receptacle Its stalks on being pierced" yield a to him than speech. To have him tem buy or wear style ,
clear watery sap which makes a refreshing perate be temperate In all things. ease and durability Shield Brandperfection. Shoes 0
through an opening In the top.
drink, cut Into rectangular Prove to him by your life that a good Shingles Laths Etc,
Within the receptacle are rolls of toe the mark of ,
j pieces, serve them for plates platters name Is to be chosen before great .

; per which agitate the tooth powder and cups and spoons. The rice or other I riches. Teach him that riches are not BOLD BY ACLII\DLD, MCAG"I\NTB, ONLY All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered
carry It to ao opening in the bottom of
: anowhere In the city.
food which constitutes a meal Is piled to be despised but should never be got
. the receptacle. This opening I. the Ma C. KISER CO. Manufacturers.
on one of these leaves. A native take by doing Latin to others; that when ..
same size as the> bristles of the
brush a piece of leaf in each hand rolled up acquired should be treated a. a trust ATLANTA CAt.
the latter being held In
place by a like a cornet,, and with one dips a portIon not as a hoard. '

; clamp.the paper a small After roll lever placing to Is bring operated the brush the to In exact move position another of the and rice on it from conveys one platter the food into to DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ.

the mouth. That l Is all there Is of it-
amount of powder desired on to the no changing of bother CASTOR T. CAIRNS and
plates no about Propr Manager. ,
; brush. The powder Is deposited on J
: the bristles of the brush, the roll serving clearing table :Por Infants and Children.] DRESSED ...0(

. further also discharge.to close: the Tbe opening brush l Is against readily A $h.ep'. Legs. Ha Kind You Haw Always Bought CENTS ILL IT WILL COST YOU AND ROUGH 'LUMBER

A nobleman against whom insanitywas for oar big FUEB JBIOICLB catalogue
: removed and the powder applied to :Be.. the: the moot complete line of
1 btB .de
Imputed by bIll relatives
ask Ceiling Scroll Window
the teeth. This contrivance does was DIOI'CLES, TIRES end 8VNDKIU e& OLd Floorlnr', Siding, Turning, Sawing, Moulding!, ano
away' ed during the examination by Lord tgimtNotice of BELOW any other manufacturer or dealer .la the world. Door Frames Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns, etc.

; with the necessity of depositing-. Lougbborougb, "How many legs has a 00. NOT BUY A BICYCLE! '> Shedding for Groves and Pineries., ttSf Crates and Box Material a specialty
: :
powder in the palm of the hand'the .
resource sheep 1""Does ncs Contract. taken for the erection of any kind of a building
or en any' tW /Urm antit you ban received 1 oar complete**. 5ata
..e commonly resorted to. your lordship mean a live or of Adoption of Minor. toBne illustrating and describing every kind of high-grade) and low.Rr.da
Notice I. bt Srcle*' old pa"1*and latest models, and learn of our remarkable LOW DELAND- Fl ORIDA.HUCICLEBERIIV'Z .
a dead ? hereby trlven that the undersigned
sheep asked the
nobleman. I PB1OB9 and wonderful new offers made
possible from
aellinK factory
; TO CLEAN LACE ,AND CHIFFON "la it not the same thing?" Bald the will on the 10th day of September.A. direct to rider with no middlemen's profita.

.. chancellor. D., 1907, apply to the Hon. Minors ] WI! SHIP 0*APPROVAL. yukovt a cssg deiosfi, Paythe Fr,.l.h.and
Jones' Judge of the CircuIt Court of the 7th allow 10 Des .re. Trial and make other liberal term which no other
..use. ) *the La... In a Bowl Half Filled "No my lord;' there is much differ Judicial Clrnult of Florida at nil office at I L house in the world will do. You will learn ewe Qtbi' lf and cot much. valu

*; With Oaaallne. ence. A. live sheep has four legs a rituiville, FlorIda, or wherever he may be able "information* by simply writing a 1'1't
for an order authorizing the adoption of fc We need a Hldmf AMnt in every town and can offer an opportunity
, Tbe best method for cleaning lace at dead sheep but two. The others are Nellie Rawllns, a minor, as my child and Jto make money to suitable young men who apply.at one,, <

% home Is' with gasoline Souse the. lace boulders." heir at law. r$8.50 PUNOTURE-PROOF TIRES 0 N LV
up and down In a bowl half filled with _
His Interference._ Dated., this 1st day ofAugust. A. D.. 1907. A.8O "HIli11' :' ':i::" ,...
R Waa .
gasoline to remove the lint and worst a $ OO ,. r
Clttlman-Look here sir, didn't you $SJSO pair M mO\J tpUDAilI \ :.
Crime; hay 'a second bowl ready and warrant the horse you sold me yesterday H Administration Notice. To liilfottuoo per 5dt.1I1..I''I..hl t L

Immediately rinse the lace in fresh $.TACKS iary:
gas .to be without fault David Harum Notice I. Wa Will Soil
hereby given that the undersigned : !
oline. :Then, before it bus time to dry Yes. Ain't he? CUtlman-No, sir, haU has been aopnlnted Administrator- You m Sample 4NIL'!JN\L\U ,.,.,.,,.!).... I'.',,. :I
wrap It carefully about of the estate of Malcolm R. deceased Pales for Only THI AlII '1.:1:; .. ..:,.\':: ..:I
:& ; some round object not Ha interfere. David Harum- Morrlaon 1"\11': ''' ., :::: .;; ...
ilka' rolling 1 and all.c'edltorl. legatees dlatrlb.utees > (CASH WITH OHOC: Sass) :..;";<':1'1'Ii ....:::\)::;;: {
a Waal ..
4c. pin or the roller used don't sea.as you hey any reason and all persons having claims or NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. ... .i!::.; ':.:."i-:; .
* for the kitchen toweL The' longer: : the fur complalnln about that He demands against said estate will present Result of I) years experience in tire TSAeQuestion: \:\ : iJ;;F':: % ) .

: A roller thebetter. The,points of the "lace don't Interfere with anybody; but himself them to tbe undersigned within, the time making. No> danger from THORNS, CAC ;; '::.Il'
preaorlbed by law or the will be forever thlok .:
must bo carefully picked and fastened does haT-Upplpcotfs. barred same TUS. PINS. NAILS TACKS or GLASS. ..1:0.. robber traad"B" Mi ._
.... Intentional puncture etrlpe
this Serious punctures, like knife cuts can and ..0." also rim strip "uo "
, $own with plns.; Dated July ,lat lWI.Barbervllle .' is SettfedW\
Te CI..n'a Silver Teapot D. 1'. MORUIBO be vulcanized like any other tire. pnrat rim outline This
.,. : ,The mn of the) chiffon. Tell and scarf Twice a week, after using fill the TIC Two Hundred Thouund pair now In actual UM Over Sir.tusks-SOFT wul oratlaatilree ...af other aad \((t.d .

adds another item to the summer girl's pot with hot soda water and let It ,Seventy-live Thouund pairs told kit yiar.pftOHinWiei LAsy BIDING. ..slr.iJlfulenJ- 1Ii .

., .AdeemingrMil.; :; ordlnal'7 du.t. and stand for a couple of hours and then Made In.11 11_ n la lively and sesy.riding' very durable and lined Inside

dinglneM '.ttoV fuller's.,earth. robbing rinse. In plenty:: of warm.water. When 6O YEANS'KXPERICNCK wIth without a specIal.UowiuR'quality the sir of rubber to eocape.: which We never have becomee hundnd.porous of letters and fram wnlcneloeea-up eatUfled ctutomera email punctures stating ,ins 'of good tobaccos jln '.

'the powder, In with the hands and patting the teapot U. cleaned outside with that thel.lIb.nonly beep pumped upcmceo twice ina wbol.......... They wrigI,namon IbeaSe .
ordinary tire the qualities being ivea by s.werai
punclure rsstatlng layers or thin specialty
the. folds, of chiffon, together bet plate powder, it should also' be .'polished prepared (abetted' UI.trwL Thet"Hoidlog; Back"sensation'commonly.felt when" riding on asphalt will product a delightful e 4
inside and wall rinsed before .. or eoft toads 1. overcome by the petrol"Basket Weass" tread which, prevents .11 air from neing
): t, ,tweeD the bands as a: laundress doe 'A >
squee.ed out between the tire and the road thuaovercoming all suction. Ths regular pates of these ,
clia< starching.' If the) scarf or vail bas using. Any; ,silver teapot: which to not la ffi 50 per pair,but for advertising:: purpoaee we are making a special' factory price to the rider s11Ioi',. ,Our long experience in .
constantly soaked thiw will acquire a of only f48op. on apYou --.
:. adlmant on washed In. OTieolln For thl use pom* which !I. moat wnwbol_ TRADE Mass. I FULL CASH WITH OBOKB and ....,1.... this advertisement. We will also send ODe nickel
rtmpifaci. with a tight fitting lid,such .. I plated b.... tend emp.nd two Sampson metal puncture cloaer on full paid orders(these metal
DcaseaaCo.vnso.rvs I puncture clones ease of Intentional knife cute or heavy gashes). Tina to be returned the knowledge necessary to obtain the I
.. a *!la a jar and tin milk shaker Ao- toll .
or You Kverf I at OUSt expense for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination.
Ten a tin paiL' lIars this half full of Old Anyone(mdlnf a ikitok sad dMortptloii mMickly I We areperftctly. reliable and money sent to aa to .. safe a* In a bank. Ask your Postmaster
)' U yon'd thread the lace on ambrotdaredtbadinff "", .4Mrtn. oar oplntoa' fr weather. ma. I Ranker It.p., ...or Freight Agent or the Editor of this Paper about.. If you order a pair oJ desired results '
if.f?" UoUne>, drop hi four Tell or scarf and quickly attar 'It: coma f'.r1..IHoned.o.. Mtfnb&NL. HANDBOOK$ CoinmanliM >. : :; I n..th.n.n.Ura kapaewsr used orecen at any J>rict. W.know that ",""II been well
;' I f< ...-. It rapidly.1:Pour, out -Hie dirty sent''- you tan piesei4
,. J from tao laundry tack a narrow tape 0"J. (JaTmMVS I lhal when yell Want a bIcycle: you will gtwq...Jour order. W.wsnt yre to send se a 8DIIiJ1 triM 11:' art sure Huckleberry Cigars
-v.;. ,' .t UIl'. .. rinse' lu ,
,: } *, tr.sh'and. boldlnitII ttr'tha ribbon before U drawn wMtSs... I iJnIew.t_hence this remarkable(it offer.I I
It out
_c.,;:;," f; I or scarf lightly between-your and than pull the ribbon: out and the ,StltHtllle IItricalle I COASTER-BRAKES, .verythseg buAl-np.whesl in the..b""I"lIne"ecdd1.., PedMjsrta.ndresir.jj' : : will f least you i they art "just ripe .

\ _; ,:! n fingers ,abak It In a breeaey In. I prices charaed bw dealers and repair men. Write for our big 0UNDHY catalogue. ,
} I "' tape,1: ,When the garment: rarnm A b.ndsrnneiv iiiretrsI _. .' r.u.r.e..11..nIeUn but write a. oxi* DO MOT Tmafk
": < rs S postal 01'
'''9; y dryT;: :, : ; from .
!' w'',. that gasoline 1 highly luioo 1' foe' edsateil ond fuloff_we are making. It only.costs a poetal to learn everything. Writ It MOW. LEE :MTERS CO. Makers
the tape; and Ia .. ,
'./ :''I 61'e' ,. do th* ,work: In dayllgbjtn .pull. It': ..tM-t&pe.' oa* I. Co !.,........ N w Ynrk t -,
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