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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 30, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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CONDITIONS I ON MARS. A REWARD OF FAITH. ( THE' ORANGE OUTLOOL. tfEATH TO THE,.WHITE. ..f.L.( : j <1


Daya and Year and Light and Heat en ,,,, t I, I KEEPS DEAUT1FUL"Thai \ j jI

', th.' R.d' Plan.t. The Story of a Church Twice Struoh Conservative Eslimates''lace the Well Known Commodity Is# Slad .

The'dnys id Mars'are" of about' the 1 by Lightning. ; I ( Mytery'Soiv; a1.' 'I d

Bume I length as 6urs->-24 hours,'89 minutes Jconglegatloll in, a hilly district In Crop as Half of Last; Year.' to Be the Remedy.. > ,,' ',i ,

the .... lilke I th .flowers';-that, bloom In the "
23 seconds. Mars makes ber Ohio'; says Youth's Companion, .
At this season of the year there Is (From The 8". PeterabnrVjridepende, girl -
orit ,around the sua, la ,a little more bought a small tract of land and ? nt) spring the young lust budding Into J
always deal of to '! 'womanhood id an,inspiring light, and
a great speculation as 'to'tbe1'whit > > <
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Good-bye fly"t
than 680 days; therefore, the SOBHOIIH erected a church building upon[ it
Ill. is beautiful if she it
usually
are almost twice as lone a. they are Then the question of, Insurance vume the outcome of the orange crop. Buyers' mat: IU Waterloo la 'common' house- fectly healthy'; : She stays pel''f'f

'for Infants and Children.The with us. The atmosphere of Mars Is up! Mr. Slpes, the wealthiest member, are abroad with their interested statenients -' hod) commodity.t>.Not 'even'does' the Juet so long saber health and .

.- : rich In watery vapors. Oceans can bo who had contributed more than half of a good crop and all sorts of Fairbanks; soap, people. knot that its Ion remain goo4.' Let her an neryons. '
'
Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the slgna.tiire ''eeea and at the pole thick l Ice, which the money needed for the new structure plausible reasons for low prices: Others; washing powder I Is tie salvation. of tblt have backache, sleepless1' night, andhaw ,t

melts i when summer comes.. The variations declared that he did not believeIn interested the other soon ,does lit take' for, wrinkles,! ,
perhaps equally on
of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has heenjnado under his;) orange 'where the .
I la temperature are extreme. !, ..Insurance. "This Is the Lord's : crop, t white; fly or orjaw's\ feet and dark circle) to appear
personal supervision for 'over 80 years. Allow no oiuto Mars receive only half as -much solar building. He'll ,take care of It."" be side predict a small yield; and' betweenthe ?tier insects have Invaded the groves.' I in) the face?'" Her''cheeks were rosy

deceive you In this. Counterfeits/'imltationa'antl' tw>, the ordinary grower, who does Gee Meara the of Si: oi tiiah began to Buffer,from,woman' I,
teat as our globe does. The sun appears said. orange grower ,weaknesses and the ,
..'J1IIIIt-a -ec-I'' are but Experiments, and. endanger'the' half 'as large, and the nights Ills view prevailed and there Was not keep fully up with the times on Petersburg, has .been'experlmeuting 'ring1 'pains' and 'drains constantly'brought'recur her ,

,bealtlt of Children-Experience against Experiment. e 1 receive<< their light from two moons, no'' Insurance. In a few weeks the such matters Is sorely puzzled" to know along allZInpa, ;to rid, ,the peninsula quickly from the beautiful'age to the

which are smaller than ou>s-Delmos building was struck by lightning/ and what to think'or do. thaj white -Today be (sreaiiytp: back premature middle age. It was not

The KincLToii Have, AlW'B u tit: and Phobos. II almost totally consumed by Ore. An- Various and widely different estimates it 4,(inbt anything that has been, offeredas mtant for -women &0' suffer--It I is '

-SI '"AiA-;eiwEe! 1; : 'Sigux&f H)1 J sIn r The weight Is such that one of our other one was erected Mr. Slpes contributing have been, and are still being made, on yet and scores of his friends will due methods, to our ol living unnatural, and to, but the ,fact civilized thatso 1

kilograms would only weigh 870 the greater portion of the
and feel thatit
grams the present year's crop, we attest that the Gold Dust has many neglect those small ills which
'. everything -
there. A man Is only able to carry hIs fund as before. This time the demandwas Is our duty to our readers to sift these lead .
else,faded to fraz la. 01.in,, ,, up .to larger one.- Nothing
own weight on his back. Transportedto almost unanimous that it be Insured estimates and tnrnlch them, aa, far as 10 drags a woman down'as those constantly -
Mara, he could carry three times as but Mr. Slpes again objectedon The solution, Is one pound of Gold 'recurring 'period. when she
be done information that be
can can relied -
much, something like 223 kilos. In the same ground."If .Dust! to ten gallons of water. utters more and more from a ohronioooadition
on. This we intend to do from It has killed the 'white that can be easily cured.: No
taking; observations of Mara through It burn dowu ngnln brethren fly, the red

'the telescope one can see a distinct red he said, "I'll agree to rebuild It my time to time, as the season advances spider, sCale In fact every parasite and woman should take an alcoholic oom-

Ue For O r3Y .., disk, marked with more or less brilliant self." It should be borne In mind that lat even the orange dog succumbs to the pound and\ the for food that is quickly will disturb compacted digestion.aOI1

fflIj I,( eenyuW r.usnv flS vo n On"S apota. Some of the spots which Again he carried his point. In less season's orange crop was a little lees solution. becomes hard and tough I.D'contact

tire greenish are the oceans; other very than .a month the pew church was than 8,750.000 boxes and that the percentages The volution has. sufficient phosphateto with alcohol( !, rendering the food i in-

$fed ones are the continentsgreater struck by lightning again, and although named In the various estimatesfor make It fertilizer. digestible. She must go to Nature for'

extent than). the oceans, which Is thepposita strenuous efforts were mode this baaed these a a cure The native Indians; of' early
-I--- professional (orbs. to tfie way the earth la dls- to save It. the loss wax almost total.. figures. season, are on It kills the,.bug ,and give* 'new and times were far from wrong when they
.
CHOICE PEACH L4L$ stronger growth to the tree. called a marvelously effective medicinal -
In The most ''brilliant spots are "There must be same reason for The Florida\( Orange Growers' Company
brethren" said Brother "I Besides all this, the solution I la poisonous plant "Squaw root"-what the
W.PERIINS.ATTORNEY \\FORSALeOHEASYTERMS: Ice covered regions of the poles this Slpws.
JAMES organized at Plant City recently\ physicians of our day galled CanlophylInm -
the clouds are almost equally am going to find out what It Is." -on the contrary it Is not known as or Blue Cohosh. This and Black
found It to be the consensus of opinion
$10.00 to $100.00 PEK,ACRE bright. The atmosphere of Mars Is Thereupon he employed a force of a sanitary household commodity. Cohosh.!! Golden Seal, Lady' Slipper.

and COUNSELOR-AT- BM. Peach Section In the Stat. more transparent than ours, and Its men to sink a shaft on the site of of a large number of tbe beet-Informed This Is not an advertisement for Gold and Unicorn root, are Import.naInfredlente

LAW, sky Is Incomparably clear. the twice destroyed church. Withina men in the State on this subject, that Dust. The of a wonderfully success
publication of this Itorywlllbe
_: S. A. BAKER, ,Seville, Fla., The waters of Mars are mora divided few days a rich vein of ore was the crop would be about 69 per cent <>r in modern times, namely,
DeLand ; Flortda. a surprise to the people who make
and distributed In Inland seas Joinedby found, and the church property was very little over half of last year's Will Practice In State and Federal the washing powder It U given to the Having made a specialty the diseases
w, c. CANNONS I which sometimes In sold for times the amount
; long arms, are many The American Fruit and Nut Journal,
Courts S (t .j j of women in the early sixties Dr. Pierce
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rid
orange grower M a remedy'to themof
curving, but oftnest almost rectilinear needed to buy land In another localityand of the best authorities in this
"Sale"1 one soon found that a glycerio extract of
STEWART & BLY, Liyery;, Feed and StaWes and which mark the brilliant surface build aga..i. country, says: "On the whole, the FlorIda \ the greatest curse/ they ever met np these roots with Hydraati or Goldea

< with dark lines, just as the line of "I tell you, brethren." said Brother with-the white fly. Not alone is Florida Seal and Lady'. Slipper root, combined'
will be decidedly lees
Fine Fashionable Turnouts load divides the panes of glass In our Slpes. "it pays to trust tho Lord. lie'sa orange yield in its throes' -In California they are In Just the right proportions, made the

ATTpRNEYS-AT-LA. Bus meets all trains at A. c. L>. Depot. church windows. All these dark lines great dual,, butter btiHluuna! mauiicer than half a crop. Other authorities cutting down whole orchards' to rid the very best tonic and cure for the distressing. -

-. Harks mec't mornln! and afternoon. K I form-pattern' which Is relatively than anybody In this congregation.! estimate as high as 60 per cent, but complaints 'of ,women., Where
Office In Bank Building. DELAND. (U. Ry. trains nt Orange City; and nltfht those who make the high estimate are state of the pest women Buffered from backache. weak-
Branch office over Postomce.DAY'1'ONA: trains at UeLand Junction. U. S Mall symmetrical and which does not seem The Potter grove 'w... sprayed a couple ness, nervousness and lack of Bleep, It -
both route Hacks meet boats at Hereslurd. I to have been made by chance. A plan OLD CARLSBAD. generally vague( and 'indefinite In their of Weeks ago' with the solution and was usually due to functional troablel|

Cary D. Landis Bert Fish Gentle, horses and oarotul drivers. so regular must have been designed, statements, and judge from the crop in therefore this prescription directed at
Mr. Potter ,aid It killed the white
LANDIS & FISH Phone 3. DeLand Fla.! I II and for a long time the observers of In Ancient Time. th. Cure Was Somewhat limited areas rather than from a view flyby the cause cured 98 per cent. of inch
Mars have been disposed to consider the million destroying\ them as the eases. That ill why Dr. Pierce ices
Violent. of the entire Held or they are buyer.
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- I Insure with us.SJow I these lines as canals dug by the Inhabitants solution bit them, and when they struck put it np in a form easily to be pro
Carlsbad interested in '
that fashionable resort In and of course depressing cured 'all over the United r States, I r<
AT-LAW, of the planet for the needs of the leaves they fell to the ground. The
Bohemia Is a very ancient euro place. prices. Aching from head to. foot-that. I Is
[ Is the time.
I their civilization.-Charles Torquet In blackened leaves-blackened by the
Florida It has held a royal charter from Kaiser Our deliberate conclusion, based upon the condition that afflict some women
DeLand
... Will Practice in ,State and Federal Spot cash for losses. I Metropolitan Magazine. Carl -IV. since 1401. History has It all present obtainable information, is white fly eggs-shed the larvae, and to- at stated periods-backache, dixslneis, \I

Courts. .. ,.- ." .- that It was the mighty leap from rocky that the present crop will not exceed day every leaf U green as that of a rub and pain almost unbearable. An honest

Special facilities for examining and U should. be protected..! : I RARE HALF DOLLARS.( heights to the depths below of a bunted the estimate of the Orange Growers'. ber. plant. can and afford a safe to remedy lose the which opportunity no woman of

perfecting land titlesJ doer pursued by the hounds of Kaiser We could I give the names of many
Company little over half of last year'lcrop. trying for the cure of these distressing
L. McCHORY R you Insured ? ., I good ,Specimens of Those Dated 1-798 Carl IT. that led to the discoveryof or about a million and a half other prominent growers who met with complaint which weaken a woman'
and. 1797 Are Valuable the Sprudcl spring and that the deer suet as good results. vitality Is Dr. Pierce' Favorite Frecrlption. -

E very company reliable. j I The half dollar Is one of the most bunting emperor was the founder of boxes. With this yield any one can Let the throughout the state Dr. Pierce not only I assures

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. plentiful of all the series of United : the health resort to which be gave his estimate as well as we can what prices growers you that hi. *Favorite Prescription i*

\\ hen ,does your-t policy expire ? '" States coins having been Issued \ name. will be.-Bartow Courier-Informant. try It. It 1 is cheap and simple and the honestly made but he let you know
regularly
,
i Originally the CarUbiul, and the Independent would consider It a favorif just what it contain .
DeLand Florida. i Js policy in force ? I .'each' year with but live exceptions -I cure would the results 'of the The bent of medical authorities recommend -
your
since the coinage of the denom. mode of life there a mode which remained Baird's Orange Estimate. they report and extol the virtues of the above

S.l. 0. Wright, S. B. Wrlihl Jr. number ination orat began In 1794. These In fashion for at least two centuries test.. It will do Geo. Mears a whole lot Ingredients In "Favorite Prescription."
sixteen. Y. Packer.
Telephone N.
Cincinnati Spel'lalln )
y/RianT & WRIGHT. exceptions were the year 1798, 1709, consisted, solely In the line of ( of good to know he has served his brother ta'rJ':: F.I a ElUngwond Medlca,( Bennett.; M.; D.. I ':"iO&y
of Alexander &
the bath This, however was so energetic Jnines A. Baird
INSURANCE AOEXCY 1800/1808 and 1816. Seal
HON I growers. legs, Chicago says of Golden t "It
fff ATTORNEYSATLAW.NOTARIES. This la the reason why so few of that we children of the twentieth! Baird!, orange growers and shippers, of Is an Important remedy In disorder' of

PUBLIC them ere ,.rare nowadays and that century are overcome by a feeling of Beresford, Flrt., was on the street dor- the womb In all catarrhal 1 conditlone.Of .*
will I The
U find at .
us Primary System.We Lady'sShipper root he saysEzer:
for
admiration the doctors who ordered
specimens of the early date are the week dropping in from the
Office at Telegraph Office. many lag cise special influence upon nervous conditIons -
Stetson and DeLand. to be had for little more than face such cures and still greater honor for nearby summer resort. agree with our esteemed con depending upon disorder of the

DK..AND, FLORIDA.J I value In a condition that would Indicate the patients who could undergo, them! Mr. Baird says the outlook tor the 'orange temporary, the Ocala Evening Star female organs; relieves pain, etc Prof.
John King In the AMEBIOAN Disp1zq.vomiT : ."-
E. ALEXANDER they were' only a year or two for the bath treatment was so severe crop this season is not very flatter- that the arguments In favor ol the says of Buick Cohosh root! "This

HODGKIN'SSh'bp I IW old, Instead of dating back' nearly 'a that It was" not Inaptly cnlled. thp"hnutfrp".er. Ing. His partner N. M. Alexander, advises primary system are stronger than U a very active., powerful and useful
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or skin enter. It was remedy U Play a very
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. hundred years, as many do. that the yield for the whole state those against It, and we have used In diseases of l lathe
have been Issued only about the year 1300: that Dr. Pay Important part women;
ki i Altogether there er. the town physician of Elbogen will hardly total more th>n twothirdsof those arguments repeatedly. In theory painful conditions Incident to woman
33S: varieties of the half dollar and all
Office In Brush Block. hood. In dysmenorrhea It I I. surpassed
J!-. DeLand Florida. of the branch mint have struck coinsIn near by, ordered the Cnrlshnd water to last year's shipments. He recently It is excellent, but in practice it by no' other drug being of greatest
be drunk a Quoting from the several of the Important closes the man out and confersIts utility In Irritative and congestive con-
this of as cure. made a trip throuarb. poor
in State and Federal denomination, except those ..
Practice
Will DeLAND ....
FLA. .j action
I ditions. Is
of tho period and
Dr. the rich The
publications
ruy.er's -
blessings man.
Courts Dahlonega, Qa., and Charlotte, N. C., sections and found that'there is on low, >but its effect' are permanent.

Everything; in-WagonsBuggies,'Carts.- which were'authorized to strike only remarks: a decided shortage at nearly 'all the Star sas: 'For headache, whether congestive or
QK. (*."A. DAVIS.PHYSICIANAND, i "I have said that this water must be "We do'not think that the poverty from neuralgia or dyunenorinea It I IB
etc. in coin which
manufactured and repaired my gold points, some of are greater than
sURGEON/' Shop in very best workmanship'i I The' very rare half dollars are those drunk, and as hitherto It was not usually oth 'ra. It (is possible the movement of any worthy man is a bar to his becoming promptly. John curative.Dr. Lyle,.of Saugratnek' Conn.,

known. Only first-class men employed) I dated 1700 and 1707. Of those of 1700 employed for drinking, but only which about October 1 will not a candidate. Indeed, If be has Editor of the Department of Therapeutics -
DELANO FLORIDA. and first-clmiM work turned I for bathing this will new to begins ,
have .
out. I with'fif appear In Tuc EI.BCTIO BBVICW of UnIcorn -
there two varieties virtues the
Office at residence. Indiana avenue, ately added to my p'nnt a are i one mon,.." Tho quantity of the water total 3 million boxes for the whole sea all the other people require root (Helm..... IHutca), one of the

Court House. .. teen stars on the obverse around the 'prescribed was In hnndsomu, proportionto son. Last In the neighborhood of it will be a powerful argumentin chief Ingredient of Dr. Plerce's Favorite

Office Hours: Otol&2to4and7toS.M' .- ( ... ,." bust of! Liberty, the other with sixteen the "skin enter"-twenty, forty and 4 million boxes year were marketed. his favor if he !goes before them I Prescriptions "A remedy which Invariably -
( tars. Each of these two varieties acts as a uterine(womb) Invlg-
VWAIZ.BAERECEE.M.D.PHYSICIANSIid \ ...., !.JJ ..1 has brought'over $100 when In up to sixty cups of n morning regularly Mr. Baird said: "I attribute the with his bare hands telling them he orator and always favors a condition

; ,,,1.-' condition. perfect ,-Town and Country, curtailment to the sharp cold winds. has not a dollar to influence a vote." which makes for normal activity ol the
entire reproductive system, cannot fall
.. ,!I'he 1707>'halt dollar I I. the next that we bad the first five days in April, How Is this man to pay his assessment to be ot great usefulness and of the

SURGEON.. rarest, and a very fine specimen of A Cardboard Planet which stopped the sap from flowing of two hundred.and fifty dollars utmost Importance to" the. general. prao .

,"\'" \I, ,..' this coin has brought a* much as (120. One remarkable! achievement of Sir the trees. The long drought: we experienced into the hands of the state committee thInner"In Uelonlas of medicine.we have a medicament
Office East New York Avenue :! : -7
on connectionwith
FLORIDA. 4' f\\\\: The next rarest Is the 1838 half dollar William Herschel was In this year did not seem to before he can have his name placedon which more fully answers the above .
DELAND ;
'' . ... .struck at New Orleans with tbe.mint the planet Saturn. lie had arranged effect the trees which showed the finest the official ballot, providing he I.a Is purposes tlutn unu! other drug:;" with which
.'t ,: : to erect his telescope at WIndsor I am In the treatment of
0 QR. A. S. MUNSON ap.); .,{ letter "0' under the bust. This coin castle to enable Queen Charlotte bloom'we' ever bad and there was certainly candidate for governor!? How Is he diseases peculiar to women It \Is seldom
y '. .\ L' Is*,worth from $50: to $75. Another railroad fare' from Pennacola that a case. Is seen which does not
and the ladles of the court to see the a pretty set but those lew sharp to pay
( rare half'' dollar was struct at the present some Indication for this remedial
HOMEOPATHu.PHYSICIANj IA wonders of the ringed planet, but on days did the damage/ to Key West!? How Is he to pay his agent." <,
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San Francisco mint In, 1860. This
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,
for the observa "Many hart fare? How is he to
the arranged grapefruit were
evening groves .. sleeping car buy
Office Second Door South of Fisher's -1 coin omits the motto of "In God We \
tlon'llI'eot banks of clouds covered the worse than the 'oranges. :However the his stamps in order to distribute '
\ postage
.
.*ati-Drup Store.: *"">'*' ; '- tf'if Trnst. which la borne by all the other To Hot Springs, Ark.

J OrrrcIZoga.1Oto12a..m.: ; 3 to S \ ,. -V8 'lottos"of; ,' the year 'and, .la ;valued iky. However. he explained that that tangerine crop is likely to be good his literature? HoW' Is he to '
:
Instrument On August 9th 10th and 11 the
would not matter and after the ,
a andTtoSp.in.DeLand At '24.-Elder,] Monthly. "Last season there was nearly a million have llteiature printed Say what
.. bad been directed the ronnj trip rate will be one fare pin
carefully
'.4 f-<.!-" Florida. '",""",. I'. ...et1. J I''I.I' _, _____ queen and her attendants looked boxes of grapefruit shipped. This you please, argue as ,you mayr In a fa.OOfrom' all polnte on< the Atlantic
JOHN' ---0""'" ... 1'7'' fruit is becoming more popular'every the I is Coast Line to Hot Ark.. this
D" REEVE] Do You Think through It and saw the great plane! ,- .. primary campaign: poor man Springs,
tWD t" : CbLD and its marvelous rings quite distinctly year. eliminated. In a primary canvass we make the rate from Jacksonville$30.25.
2 TJRt; SETTER For yourself ? "The indications are the oranges this The return limit on these tickets will
that it "takes to make
," herschel it seems bail expectedbad repeat money .
'
be 29th. For
f JYSICIAN, ANP TqONJ Can set Tires without.. 0.d .penTyour t'a'ka will be fair sized not small August Pullman reservations
-- your. taking ) a young ,weather and during the day had season as as the mare go." We wish I it were otherwise write to Frank C. Boyluton, District

Office In, store recently, occupied by wheels from vehicle. We take out' no | gulp down whatever food or ntedluHeredirouf I made a cardboard model of the Saturn- lout year, and show a good color.. Earlier /' But we cannot see how anyonecan Passenger Agent, Atlantic CoastLine
. bolts, rub no paint or burn felloe Ins ma be
your It In tbu than nsnal. close his eyes to this self evident Via.DOYOU'GETU .
Dr. Mellettc. Residence 4OS West Ian system and erected at Jacksonville. ,
with hot tire. Come and It work .
a see ..
New York Ave.DeLand grounds a lamp at the back providingthe "We are bookIng orders now at an fact. -Ocala Banner.
and you will never have your Tire set {n Intelligent thinking woman,
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Florida. hot airaio. "' tn need. orvenef 1 from weakness. ,pervommeee. necessary illumination. stulln. increased prioe over that mad. to ? --.. '.,

for'your patronage in pain and snuWna, then It means much to ster Gazette. onstouiHrs this time last year. I am .
Letter to A. O. Botts. I
1'hankln/00 rue that tbereKj\ tine tried| ] and PfV TTT'Ht '
continuance in of the will be firm all
a opinion prices
V. H. VOORHIS ''I' ,
medk'In- loPotix1q Oormand. 't WITH A LAME BACK ?
(the future, I remain H. Wasn't a season. DeLand. Fla. .
rOIfIlI.IS, ror Ihe cure or .uman'. lila '
Dentist Your. to serve, v 'i> .5 That wary old fellow..DuilIe Macduff, Dear Sir We should like to set 1
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litSCOTT entIced Into friend' house the
l HODC1KIN&.wry was a ndney ,Trouble Matt Ton Miserable.
Senator Candidate Re-
The makers of DII Pierces Favorite Freserlptlon. Mallory a boys and girls at wprk on this ..question .
:P. O.Bl.ock; ...DeLand.FJa. tot the cure of weak nervous, run other-. night, and his bout managed to In arithmetic and casuistry.- "
down.!over-worked. debilitated, p.tnoracke4.: win !CO shillings from him at "nap." Election/ ihre Almost'everybody who reads the newspapers
Hours: 8.80 to 12 aud 1.80 to 4 knowing medicine .mad. remarkable.. A farmer i U fatting three hog In la lure. ,to know of the wonderful
__ ,. -. woBMsn. this to b up YVhu I. more when the i
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-- .y Med.ere _ the small pens; they, have equal roon> and ., made
sot an .xp.rI. of Ingredients, every one*f which baa bullla had parted with hIs last shilling cures by Dr. ,
m nt,but with pro per cut U- stroaaoet poetlbU Indorsemknt of the leadlnf Senator Mallory baa Just written a straw; and care and are r"tln these li' Kilmer'*Swamp-Root, '!!
HOWARD vattoii.tlier amure eueceee and )standard authorities of the several. ho rob,! full of wrath. letter to Dr Webb, of fit. Augustine, three iway first-hog, 60 certain1' "proporticin j II the greet '
ALFRED _*O the Mart. UMie have nolantlnc schools of practice are perfectly wllluur. and "\\:oQ't yon stay to supper?" pressed In which he says flat-footed that he is of, milk and. oooked cornmeal; I liJ tf&rff!) Lh and d 'llem.dy!"* .
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L SuaveioaANDDRAPTSMANf: nor tin' fact are only' too glad to print a* they do, "hj. hjnt.., ."We: have a fine bit of hair a candidate for, re-election'' ,' to 'the. second bog, on tile same, half water; -ft It I is the great medW'S '' ./
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, r' ."'q ) I 'r the formula or net ot Ingredient. of which wnltlkig.", ,, United Statee'senate. third bog. on the same,' half wader and r -1) eal triumph ol the oJo/ .-
Specialty: I It U'' eompoeed vUpt n0Ue/l. on every "No. not I.. Dne ye think I eat CO The 1 ,following i* the letter)' sawdust. How long will it take how Iii llfi teenth century) dl.II ... ( -'
Mapping a : tIotu...,, _. hillings' worth of ?"-London An "Pensacola, July 31. 1807.\ ., maoA| will they weigh how much will \, 1 covered after. year of
c ant :
._ II & "Dr. DeWitt Webb 80 KIng St: St. oont, aa4'wha"U be the. \ ,;
*> +,-, s they : pront on 4} 80IerUlia .ssaarch by
MICHIOAV AVENUE, DELAND, FLA.VOLUSIAJ ,:] Thh formula o* Dr. I'lem.'I Favorite Pre- IWeL. I Auguitlne Fla.l''f "1 *iU\j the three! !? ,I", tii (II, ,- vg Dr. Kilmer, tha emIL &. ':

IcOtlNTYABSTRACT er1iou$ will b.ai'tbI...tonlleal..amID.- S "Dear Sir: :Your.of. the ,28th. last. i And similar plgmentry.. .-. '
I a question la stat kidney and blaoV .
:! 'S biggelt. .ureif. be.t ero.- I 1 I. Continuous Cooking. .,
for U eontalBS hand.
.medlcal'-experM I
"CD kf ", no ? Is at am a candidate for -
just
V at SiLdoalerL v.mou.OrOSf 'I That aui*farmer 1* gems to paint three .der1. pactallan.and (
INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE or continuous) *
: "N w York Is n place ; -
5yets. *UO $5S4 Aa..a5 sboo$4L J.narcotlca; !banpfnl habit-tormina; re-election :to, the" senate and my I barns sam .I.e"i and .he say to three wondetfully successful /In '
promptly
COMPANY.Bert drutJ ind teeni'''1c\r'I101iO It that Is eel cookl said the woman frpm the curing
no I g. friend me a favor by
..':_(t .-. MwPRY a. 00.. bigI4i I reoommohd N,"' most advaneed. ; ", eet,1! 'Walk 'along any street at any that wp.l4o' on my authority whenever stating palnt..n. ; "wbat'l1. '. '1.1.1, take u. ..W.,"P41.. lama and back, kidney. bladder, tarts acid trou.. t' PbIos '
: Brlghfa DIsease which \ ,
LIthe ;
Fish, Cary D. Landis. D.tmIt Mich. end .1njIj in'5lij.l acbere aad &OUwtiuemI -' Ii" '' wont
Mini and"y6ttwilt'got a whiff of coffee there.Is. occasion, to do to. "
President Sec y and Treas. : +,. __*, :lobael*'** practlce.iltthor1t1 : '' "An tba l'Jani"I: & 'Mratch s his head a few form of kidney trouble. .
jei '.. .tjrpfoBttnejB4 ."..IrNfr. ..,ientejlkHintaL audi) [broiling ''meat' There 'doesn'tseeinj ) announcement to effect lays: "I'll do It for $6d.?.rl Dr* lImer 'Swamp. oot. .ie'not V-]
Titlealnsured';;; "'' '" r time 'for'meals. with my authorisation( Lwaa made; by .
U canii' -ncuraMHai toIieny'5et' cbmme.clalla.t ,,-,Second painter: "*7S" everything but If you haveklcVLney \ ''o'

Abstract furnished and title. perfect-. .w,ww,1eoblo.B. 5. and Jorugn nre tlxacir4hO'mf forwoldfsmejnllelnt'1i.d.lnul. Judging,.by, the smell, breakfast Is a the before Leesburn th ; sprint, Third pitiIts.r$97,4a? '.', liver or bladder trouble It will. be found f jj...
, that takes place $ adjournment.of. congress, just tM 1I8I'I\8d) yon neadl 11 ha been tested j ..
\ ed. Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup- movable .feast any but many people must:have failed to "wilt thee eaQh .get a barn, to"paint or '
plied. i -' 41, > time 'between \0 o'clock,, and noon.- ,one gmt two, or one all three In so many'y ays. In hospital work,la private;f, :
11 'JIt"nl" .11'-..11.. .! J r ) see ttj j or the reference to It: bv other or nobody practice, the helpless too !,' '
Opposite Volusla County Bank.DELAND madtcm. row _!nUS'i'uubU' New ''York." and Vhfcfll make among poor to purphase -
EJpsj. the
ltoptei
FLORIDA PATENTSgena any : paper because J have received many ady they on jobtThat' relief and haa proved.,tiioneaifuHa'' ,/
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brof eeetonabandonement Di'Pteswa.ysvr4t9 ,
.. f neb aa letter* from gentlemen In different 'I about how lowertimes. '
painting '
I Prescription Baenoelved. ,la the goes every ma. that a specIal arrangement has i ,
un- "Long1 Felt 'Watt*. part i of the state inquiring whether .| n. >' "qi' -- -MI, been made by which all reader of thl ,. it.
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:ETATN.q ..IN8UEANCB ualiOe4 ecommendaftlaat-,nl each, of lie *paper :
CITYREA model aketoa or photo ol Invention kvtro.r.I.w kne. .JogglosJ-Dd' ''you tliink'tbere will ever or not t will be a candidate,;. I .to lr"'lrollU I Who hav no<<< already, ttisd b&_ '
POP fr. book seve4a M>u$eb>Mai i.n.*''''**.. a ;; -" 1) 1,
'! OFFICE or. $on patenta liM.>' e Cal nJajJoCaflf& fcl iahootm. of pcaeUoe./Iaeuch <( he'' an.v radical\ change' 'In' the style 'of 'I am happy to say that my health 1l.1l0n"rbe.dlmrt: ; la In knowing ample bottle *en| free by rnafl.alas a book i .::11

-.", "" I- .. _-........ -menM -.hatsTi I .\VurmeNotl! ''unlessaiuebvitytlttreiiU baa Improved very much of late 'and how 'mao)' K5JlLtO .bpy1. !The., ...,'_ a !lolling more about Swamp-Root and 'how'to{j I' 'j!,'

I B. H. HAYWARD oonM4.rsIioP, ,, ft. bat thuS will cover I know of no reason why I should not. bt l rha'. I hndotfyqsbsy.kJdb.rovbl'5ldertte.bIsi ft, 1\
i. 111 4
; lte :ti 5 *> back .of.the. head. at the proper time, be ready to do my BnyT th4"lea .,* i\ii.\:; pIn"i.vo.) : WhettrItlngni ntloo ; ; : t'l 'F tue: bald.apottou the; ) comers'In I the; I '-1 eiggtblagenerou&' .tfw'Iit -
I "A beat ; ,
ajralnsttall i ,
J.lenl'.2
CIty Property la1t" eri GA-SNOW 4OIdEq approaching 'thi &i 'ii'f '" .
a Spe moes 'olI .. No rnattot how mucbed'. buys;' he return in' ,,:
4"',;'".& for the Aetna, "The leadlo"lIreQ'. I6tb4afIU DO'JUM. > lhdbrb.matt.bi\ aM ; ? I ,,\\"cllkl.1.. 'I' frg-" i .i. con teat.With' many tbank. .. WhaA'a' Isfti'Ooate' nothing.' i ised j4Em.siMses& .td ", 'tttt''! /,
I' r anne ooejapany of Ajuerlca'i',.,-e of the l.a4141 topical *&lboHtlbe\ ol tble boo\rr.. for the Interest'which' your I ttef. Or.
few nre) companies now very popular_ In OPPOSITE US PATENT nmCEWASHINCTON.D.C. will V?mailed. fnt to any one, sendtaff ........ I''u '(lOt' 1\j''tr.\ > 'appear gooif ought 'man I manifest,, I am very truly *l:4"Voun' : ,;(-\' 'fHI) Yours' truly :.s i : "" ':

Ban\ "f"Tlao,.__:_ i. ;. Mdreei ttk MesheS. tot *aiaeD A44rs. : to cab. hut to- be an both privatelyand '. 'F W EHrvOB & CoO "I'du' 11ft) eut sad JI ,

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,' THE VOrUSJA COUNTY RECORD. I

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t VOLGSIA COUNTY RECORD. the money arising from the sale OVER $5,000,000 VALUATION ALL OVER THE COUNTY 'Orange City.

, of these lands if in the
spent -
dredging of the Everglades, are Volusla Shows a Handsome Increase ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO I (Miss Ada agent G.of Massey The Record Is the at duly Orange. accredited Watts & 'Miller'Co.'' }!

xa'. Entered: In the Postoffloe at DeLand. ;. Fhu,I violating the letter aud the spirit Over Assessment of 1006. THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS City and will\ accept subscriptions and (Incorporated) ,.
f : M seoond elan matter ads for the same. Any courtesies extended i
of this law. We .)elieve this to be CORRESPONDENTS. .
Tax Assessor Wilson has about completed Her will be duly appreciated.) f HARDWAREFDRNITUREDNDERTAKIN6See
law and law. We believe
good books for 1007 and -- -- ,
the tax
II. E. PREVATT, Editor oprietor.t they ,
that the public lands' should be will be submitted to the County. Commissioners Pierson.Hiram Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kolinan + f fHOUgE

t used, and the Internal Improve- next week for approval. had their Infant daughter baptized in u* before you buy your

: MR. ',JENNINGS GOVERNOR AND ment Fund should be used in the The;" books show an Increase in Ashley went to Bond'} mill the Congregational church FURNISHINGS. ,

t MR. JENNINGS LAWYER: building of good, hard surface property assessment of $308,601 over Friday to transact business Mrs J. T. MoPheron arrived &'urday .
the assessment of 1006.ASSESSMENT. to visit her friends and
I We note with interest and with roads. 'The Trustees are the creatures 1008 :Mrs. Hiram 'Ashley of this place relatives p. m. O. C. for a many week. WB CARRY AVERY ATTRACTIVE UNB ,OP. ; r 1!

i k nevertheless. degree of amusement of the State, and should be Real' hiked ont to DeLand Monday. ... almost and what will SUITS. MATTI NOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED CROSS..I f
estate .... ..... ..$1,930,080 L A. of Grapes gone
fI''. Sun's proposition, like unto the trustees of oth- Railroadsv.-- '... ... Tatnm turpentine operator ,
L'Engle's any ;; ? :r':" ; ; 1.000,718 Fruit lovers do now for a while. Fruit MATTRESSES 'J .
.. ..... ... 6112.940Total. Burhervllln, was here Friday on bnsl 1 l
Personal, .
and W. S. Jennings' assumption er trust, who are always requiredto ," '. nese. has not been as plentiful this season asnaual.

that he has thrown all the light account and' settle, and should .. .... .. .... .. ..$4,088.083 Our northern visitors, will return (feed' Goods and Rugs a Specialty White frost Is the Refrigerator\\ .

necessary on the Internal improvement discharge their trust accordingto ASSESSMENT 1907 about Sept. first, if nothing, should Services at M. E., Church. Sunday Try a Dixie Mosquito Canopy. Non. better on the Market, ,

Fund. Mr. ,Jennings the will of the ;'creator. Real'estate.. ... .. ,....,... .$3,414.130 happen. school 10, preaching at 11 a. m. anil 7 p. \ .

a the There is not a,, statute on .the Railroade .,\,., ,.... .;.....' 1,064.784 m. by pastor. Pravermeetlng Wednesday FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
expresses it as his view what Personal. .... ............. .. .. 663,740 John Lester of MlllwlKevllle, Ga.. evening. ,
paramount duty of the Trustees books of Florida that provides was registered at the Nels Pierson Mr. J. A. Stlth and a graduate
the the Internal Total .... ............$0,141,634 house Miss Alice Ryland entertained several In embalming, licensed by
of Mr. for spending Saturday. .
was, and this assumption two of her young friends Monday evening the State Board of Health, Is in
Jennings is entirely satisfactoryto Inprovement Fund to drain the This hundred thousand dollar Increase J J. Hughes and wife went to Lake the occasion being her birthday anniversary charge of this department and
for the is
year almost entirely will give and careful
Oluade, but we ..re'Dot sure Everglades.' Mr. Jennings should in real estate, in new homes gone up Helen Saturday, returning Monday. fifteen, we believe. attention! to prompt livery detail of this. -

that the public will be satisfied certainly have explained in his throughout the county, and where orange Jim Is a prime worker. We understand were will be no ser- work. .

with Mr. Jennings' view, which testimony i n throwing all the groves' became more productive LeRoy Morrison of Barbervllle, was vices at Congregational church for a Funeral Supplies

faile'in contradistinction with the light upon the Internal Inprove,why. some increase in valuation is found on a lark here Saturday. Roy wears month; giving pastor and members a
In this rest during a part of the hot weather. : Always in Stock.
property. the badge of a mulligan guard right
.
law.. It will make good reading ment Fund why he signed an act
We believe this is the first instance Letters from Mr. Charles Varney tell
comparing;' Mr. Jennings, testi, of the Legislature turning every here the total assessment exceeded Charlie Swartengreen and Levey Mo- that he has accepted position in Providence -,

mony with that language of the I dollar of the Internal Inprove- five million dollars for the county. early Clama and, matchless late gathering workers the, Harper working& U. I., "where" he will have chargeof -r.--:

Supreme Court of the State of ment Fund into the hard surface Mr.Wilson's books are said to be complete Mlnshow > an automobile ran, and will probablynot
corn
crop. Cable Pianos
Florida i in the case 0 f A.' B. road fund, and how by advice to and accurate in every respect, and return next winter. The Hobart M.

Hawks "II. the Internal Fundhe are probably. the neatest gotten up tax Rev. T. J. Bell, of Kleslmmee filled Have you any wire grass. on your '
Improvement
appellant vs. L. No thinks of making
books in the State. the pulpit at Barberville and Emporla four one ever com
feet Ten
premises ?
long cents
Mitchell 'etal, Trustees of the turns it all back to the dredge Saturday and Sabbath. Brother Bell IB pound Is offered for straight wire a ", parsons between the Hobart M.Cable
,
\ grass
Internal Improvement Fund of ing of the Everglades. Theseare Labor Day Celebration. held in high esteem here lades four feet long, till September Pianos and any ,other Piano. The

Florida, to'be found in 84: Florida all pertinent .and important Labor Day Monday, September 2nd, Mrs. John Price and two pretty children 5th.. Deliver to Orange City Hotel. superiority of i the 'Hobart"M.'Cable

at Chapter 405, the first head- questions. will be observed in DeLand by organIzed of Jacksonville, are welcome Rev. Joseph Antle returned from his Piano is so marked, that when one

note : labor with the following program: (meats of the Price brothers families at trip to Indiana last Friday, where he speaks of Pianos It is simply the Hobart
"The Trustees of the Internal The way licenses are being issued All organized labor to meet corner Priceville They came last Tuesday. has been engaged in revival services the :to';'
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Rich Ave. and Pine street promptly at Ml: Cable. This PIano a delight;
for saloons. at Jacksonville, Albert past month. He reports very successful t
Improvement Fund of the Stateof 8 a. m., to form parade in following Bl bop. a dashing mulligan the skilled musician. The tone ii rich,
it dosn't that Duval has guard of In meetings to the advancement of
Florida created by the Act of appear order: Eldndge: was this balmy
iod'a clear and harmonious. Don't think of
any. intention of voting dry. Carpenters In front, brick and air Thursday. Albert is a sober tin- canse. -'
masons '
Jan.. 6th 1855>
(Chapter 610)) '
beatable worker, with polished manners. Mrs. Jeff Cook of DeLand was In O. cM ,, purchasing a Piano until you have
known plasterers next in line, then the federation ;
as the Internal Improve- It has been a year of great ca of labor following. Mrs. David Limbangh and two bright O. Wednesday calling on friends. She seen and heard the Hobart n. Cable
ment Act the of the brought her little daughter Isabella out
were agents
lamities. The despatches now There will be speaking at the courthouse children of Jacksonville, were the admired Piano.J. .
State with respect to said fund at 10 o'clock by the Hon. James. of her last to take the train for St. Augustine
that Geo. Bernard guests parents week.
announce where she will remain with her aunt, A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
dealing with property 0 f the Shaw has escaped from drowning. E.: Alexander and others Base ball at I Mrs. Llmbaagh is a charming wife and Mrs. Case and family, for some time
State.:) 8:80 in the afternoon.& Carpenters vs. the I mother. -
Miss Jeanie about three
went
By this language we must un. They are swearing in special Clerks. A dance at the Putnam Inn at Mrs. B. C. Combs and her stunning weeks ago. over
nnder
night the auspices of the Carpen- JOHN B. WELCH
derstand that the Trustees are deputies at Harrisburg, Pa., now ters' Union and Clerk'Association little daughter Grace. of Deerfield arrived I The citizens meeting.held In Massey. ,

dealing with the property of the to keep the grafters from steal- Come and bring your friends and on this Dixie dimple Wednesday Hall Tuesday evening brought to lightsome

State, and that they are the mere ing the evidenc that had been celebrate Labor Day with as. Everything Bradshaw.to ruralize awhile with papa and mama interesting points of law. some of ORANGE u.u.__.___0.CITY.... .....'__d FLA.
agents created by the Legislaturefor collected gaiost"them. free. which have not been given much U any

the conveniently handling of COMMITTEE: Those that prefer to keep cool just ttention. A committee was appointed FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
-._ r turn In Brown to compile the facts brought out in the
; to & Cades' and get Ice
the trust fund for its benefit, Friends of the Hon. John N.'O. AND CIQAR8.
Student Help. cold soda. It seems they ale doing a three meetings held by citizens to present

I with power to add to or take from Stockton are appealing to him to Prof. A. L. L. Snhrle reports at this sure pop square honest business their to the council. This paper to be -DRY GOODS uu.u SHOES___._____HATS__ ... .,. .ETC._ ETC.-.

them by acts of legislation. Theyare run' for Governor, and Mr. Stock:) ,office that. number of very--d ervlDIJ new ventures. presented to citizens meeting two weeks Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first

the creatures and.the servantsof ton' has the matter, he saysunder young men and women, having limited Bedford Jones of DeLeon Springs, from Tuesday evening to alter amend,. class Groceries tor your table.

the State, and subject to the very serious consideration.It means and recognizing the superior advantages the champion hone trader of- the State, reject or adopt. Country Produce Bought First-class Meat Market In Connection.

will of the Legislature;To assume of a coarse at Stetson, have scampered to this place Saturday with ---e Orders receive careful attention' 'and delivery prompt. You will find my pricesas
that they have the authority to i is said that all the people written him from various points of the 21 real fine critters made one sale and Seville.Mr. low as the lowest Give me a call. ,.
over in the tobacco growing sec- State and asked If he could not secure two swaps in less than an hour.
;, do as they may see fit and disregard form of honorable -----
tion of the state have to some employment Randel Wells, of Sisco, was in
of the state on that money Mrs. Tarnqnist. the handsome wife of
the laws for them by means of which they might town first of this) week. '
is the burn, and that automobiles are be enabled to attend the .Capt. Carl Turnquist of DeLand ao
subject far beyond compre- being imported there by the car during 'he'oomlng year. The University Professorhas companled by her beautiful bonnie Messrs. R. L. Gowdy. J. B. Orrell)) and 11 KLICKER BRAS !I
ordinary
hension of of
man common, daughter Evelyn, honored Pierson A. Smith made DeLand a visit first of
: intelligence. load. been able to locate some of them _
!: the week
it ds d t
nn an re at t with their
and will be glad if the friends of the vas presence
We again turn to Chapter 1320, The peace Conference at the University will suggest to him by letter last week. Mr.: Alonzo Smith of Tnrbeville S. JVLercnant: lailors

,Acts of the Legislature of Floridaof vacancies. C., Is visiting his sisters Madames R. L.
Hague has assumed such strenuous any Walter Bennett, a loyal mulligan .
and J. B. Orre1LMr.
1862, and find the same copied that it looks ---- guard of DeLand, rounding up a ten Gowdy
shape Four
as though Resolutions by W. C. T. U. W. L. Howea, representing Mara Doors South from Fisher's Corqer '
into our General Statutes:) Section days vacation in Tampa,, Saville aDd
some rude, warlike party might Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly this place returned home TUesday. Bros., Jacksonville, was calling on our:.
: 629), which law is now .in force have to in and Father to lake to Hlm ell our beloved'
step separate the merchants first of the week. Suite for 3t
G in the words following : sister Mrs. Jane H. Farr Walter Is a faithful student of all tactics morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns
delegates. Resolved, That in her we recognize pertaining to a good, honest reputatIon. Postmaster N. J. Prevatt la spendingthe night, new,
"The Board of ,Trustees of the one who was ever ready to spend and be He is also a temperate and manly youth. week in DeLand with her brother Suits that fit you, too, Just Suits superbly lined all through

Internal Improvement Fund are R. O. Dunn, Secretary:) to the spent for everv good word and work. and sister Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Prevatt. right, and through,
News Is sometimes little in
Resolved That in our Union her a scarce
-
required to report to the Legislature Stats Railroad Commission, has labors of love abounded and her woi ds this neck of the woods so the writer Miss Kate Deen is spending part of! Suits well made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true-

r+ of the State Florida upon sold his Madison Recorder lie of faith and encouragement were a wishes to thank those that have helped the week with her father J M. Deen,, Waiting here. When you appear.

the several matters committed to will be a candidate for a mem- source while we of strength miss her and in our good work cheer.here But we him gather items from time to time on near Bannell! at their turpentine farm. CONSULTATION FREE.

their charge and such other mat ber of the Commission of whichhe realize that ehe has but removed to a their: strolls and we assure them that a County Commissioner W.H. McBride
world of joy and tireless activities, and continuation of will be and merchant A. M. Flowers made
same
tare as may be deemed proper in is now Secretary.The i iI I we know that it is well. appreciated by the correspondent greatly Smith. Palatka a business visit Monday of this KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda '
connection therewith." Revolved That we extend to her sister week.
Miss and her ,
Strong daughter
If this is law why then have striking telegraphers now Mrs. Long onr deep sympathy in theiruDepeakabie In response to a call by B. B. Minsbew Monday 2nd of September is a legal

not the Trustees made their report talk about prosecuting the telegraph bereavement. rejoicing that and others a special meeting of citizens, holiday, and the postofflce will observe
companies for transmit- the Everlasting Arms are underneath. promoters of a town' improvement the usual holiday hours same as ou .I
: to, the Legislature ;, or do By order of the Woman's Christian society, was held at Harper & Min Sundays.Mrs. .
ting messages through the mail. Temperance Union, DeLand. Fla. Now is the time to order
this law is .
they mean to say that It would seem just as reasonableto MRS LUCY BROKAW, shew store last Monday night. Each G. A. Andrews, of Mt. Olive,
not Valid? These are certainlythe MBS. J. LEE MCCRORY neighborhood was represented by one N. O., arrived last week to be with her .

laws of the State of Florida, sue a man for eating with -Committee. ,,or more. The enthusiastic B B. Min son, W. H., who still remains quite Indisposed Simon Pure No.1 1for

1 and the Board 'of Trustees are false teeth. Death of Mrs. Watterman. shew was selected as general 'managerof at Mr and Mrs.A. M. Flowers.
the business.
to it in the discharge of Louisa O. Ba'ell wife Mr. J. A. Erlokson, of DeLand, Came
subject!) Mr. Alfred St. Claire-Abrame of Isaac Watterman and be of
your grove sure a large next
Mrs. down of last week and delivered
died Charlotte H. Cade has purchasedthe Friday crop
laws August 20th, 1907, at 4
We '
their duty. regard the
has sold his Tavares Herald to o'clock p. m., after protracted illness Gunter property' here,. formerly to Mrs. G. M. Prevatt a handsome upright winter. All the b !st groves use SIMON PURE

t of Florida as of more force than ,Mr. :T. P. Games, who assumed at Glenwood. Mrs. Watterman was known as the cedar corner place, one of piano direct from Jacobs Bros.,; FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : :

any views that might be expressed control last week. The Herald conscious of her condition, and departed the, most beautiful places la this shady New York. He bud his piano tuner;

by Mr. Jennings, which seem will remain a strenuous democratic trusting In Jesus as her Saviour and n>K>k. The oozy little cottage U situated Prof. Myers, to see that the piano was "E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville, Fla \

2' ''to give some people so much j journal and The: Record the only hope of salvation. a'id fronts on quiet street It was once In perfect condition. It is a sweet toned
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a satisfaction. She was a firm and decided character, the lovely summer home of Mrs. Gunter Instrument, and of the standard make.

We might again turn to another journalistic welcomes Mr.work.Frequently Carnes. to active and will) be missed In' the communitywhere 's family :Mrs. Cade paid spot cash Card of Thinks. T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.MALSBY'S .
for
the .
'a chapter in which Governor Jennings she has lived so long, and in the property.A. We wish to extend our sincere thank ..
,
Presbyterian church where she was a B. Prevatt of Seville, the popular, to the people of Seville for their kindness -
figures in his official capacity you read of; someone member at Glenwood, Florida. reliable school commissioner( at they have shown ns, both through .
which'will make' interesting who will stand for Congress was the illness and death of our dear mother., 1i 1'k
Following the funeral services at the this place Monday inspecting the schoolhouse We will forever remember their kind MACHINERY' COMPANY
h, reading, and is' in direct conflict against,Sparkman. The' candidate house Thursday.. morning Mr. Watter etc, and transacting business ness.' v- ,,

,'t ,with testimony;before the Inter that enters the field'against' man started North on the noon train v.Ith the trustees. The Hon. Prevatt Is __..,.'..-Her--..,Children. Long. Distance Phone 574;

nal Improvement Fund. By Jhap- Sparkman will'be' beaten to a with the remaIn. for burial .at Ottawa, a comparatively new, member in this September Teachers' Examination.The 22 Ocean Street
of 1903 which was frazzle Bob McNamee in Illinois. responsible position but he is a genialgentleman ,
ter 5245 Acts as was
teachers'
regular September
examination -
-- with faultless business Jacksonville' Florida
t4 signed; by Governor Jennings, the last primary. Mr. Sparkman'a Figures from the Departmentof qualifications, and his J splendid judge will be held In DeLand, beginning

*. the then .real acting governor. of services at Washington have been Commerce and Labor show a nient Is already. stamped with a thorough September third at nine o'clock i and Portable Boilers,and Saw; Stationary Mills, Wood Engines Working

the State of Florida ,This law: too valuable ,to Florida and ...Uher' steady increase in the tide of knowledge to work for the better. a. m. i Machinery and Supplies. Complete .'
As usual, the examination will be i
has been into the General to displace him for went of the school system. line carried in stock. Liberal
{ copied people, an immigration that is flowing into held in the white and colored school 1 Terms. Wlte forcatalog.
i' 'Statutes: the State of Florida, untried statesman. this 'country. There has been an Col. U. M. Bennett, attorney at law booses, respectively.. "' ,

Sections 869-S70-871.." This law With but et annual immigration of over, of DeLand. was in this place, Priceville Fraternally. yours,. State Agents for the Olds Oas and Gasolene1 Engines
counties
seven
and Seville last A. O. Borra
: tot week Investigating and ,
;provides that all'lands'given 1OOOOOOfor'each'year, of the
EM*
in
remaining Florida the
suggestion settling some little squabbles) among Bnpt.PORcsHADES .
; 1, the State of, Florida the made that a. constitutional past three years, the high record tie'' people and arranging! some matter .

;. ''W .act,of congress of 1850,:known as. amendment be submitted to the being made in 1006 with 1.200,000 abont the Henry. Parrott divorce salt ? .. .

is ,the;Swamp and Overflowed Act people prohibiting:the manufac- aliens. Bat the figures for July here with some other business on the .sE.

I' :for Internal ''Improvements I be J just same line. Col. Bennett is an old Con- .
; past are 07,182, an increase
ture sale of
or i in
b' Al1..! .,. : the, of the Internal liquors the federate patriot'. who ,readilj. seized a ARMOUR FERTILIZERS :
..,-J; 'i f ''eoldby; TJnsteesl State, would hardly be'worth the of 15 per cent over the figures forth musket and rushed to his country's 4

Inprovement; $ Fond, at candle. : .:And the prohibitionsentiment e same month of last year.. call In the war of the states. Now bis I ,

6 such time. and underluch/ condi id' i:1 i- is growlnl', every There is this to be said;however, step is a' little'on the tie-up order'on Ii ; C.

=:: ,f-tions; a* ,said trustees may/de'tor; until'' finally the traffic will year be, that there' were fewer deportations count of that distressing old rhenma- For ;:Fruit Vegetable. and

fr.;; :mine. "All: ''proceeds shall be.:.by eliminated, 'not: only In :.Florid and the Immigration Bur- Hem bat his judgment .ls perfect and '. ,
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/.." .t them.Deposited ;with i ,,the State but in ever'State in the South, eau1'jetatea that this was not doe sound as a do 1ar. "" 'I ? Field Crops ; (

'Treasurer';j. by him placed .to either by.local option or by .constitutional to more'' lax inspection, but that To those old veterans 0"'th18 section -I Ir"
the of who served In the Indian wars of 1807 J
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-,1, tihe"oredit'of''the"ooanty? road standard immigrants was ,. '
provi.ionAppalach
and 1808 and whose deeds
) mad Florida
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fund for thfr purpose of constructing icola. TimesjThel -.,' actually higher., It is of course' to history glorious, now drawing'national Following: are Agents In Volusla County:', i
,' hard'surface VU- _' be regretted that so much M this .
,:roadrt.ta.be l government pensions for many years,, l'Z.. T. BIELBY, Dotard Florida
Tided according;to the;<' assessed ,. thousands" of beautiful wat.roakt.bsde''treee''abont' immense" tide is congested in the please stand la lln and be counted and E'"'. r2 BARNEY, PATILLO A '" 1
r t) : DeLand have 'eltie."when and let us know bow much comrades'respect SMe.o arRb.tyy.i'tloeklatea. CO. '
+, valuation,thepropertreJzQhet :! big; there Is a. real DeLeon Spring Port Orange
became msda f magnificent'growths' since the demand for and kind regards yen'. have ,Af PBBVATT.' ; J.' P. ,
different COl1ntie'. lrh1. ." 1mmigrantlabor in wuda raanvtwre. MACE ,'
rains set In. They of
summer
are -one
towards S. K.Smith for his labors and acrllleO.
.law by the signatujte qOovern% tile.01<1". greatest attractions.. It make the Country( districts;,an espeJoially trroble ordering blanks" copying die .< BO8TROM.' W.:P. WILKINSON Lake' 'Helen" '.. "

l or W.; 8. JenoingsU; 'It It wii no' the prettiest .shade tree grown' la the in the South. But it ft believed citrgM etc, and writing np at his own I Ormond' ,New Smyrna

">< .b...ltt.. time,,',it th m,i refleisfc: South j and' remains greed' sod luxuriant that the newly>> established 'LVpa.eii.31 correspondent and pld) g GBUBER-MOBIIM: HDW. CO. PUTNAM & FOWLER -"

llkfrOftoiftI act of ( of>, 'Jen- the j.at foaDcL Som. hesetlreee. ;, bureau! of information ,for, immigrants { ;your claims before the pension harass We'are exclusive agents at DeLand A. T. PATILLO Daytona C 'Oak'Unr<,
have", ,.en planted twenty Eve: j rot! these Porch -A. J>. '
years, 'in at Washington In the early nineties unj Shade Just the thing GUNTER .
'r.=k\ .tt.'.. Oitti. ... -.t., .., and they. an.*. now: ,Immense.,.,Tber jwe the Department; of Com til' yon "received your first payment. :for your.verandas during the' hot sum" I ,D,, F., WETHERELL Oteen Plere. .n '
!,-.. worth. 'many thoosands of dollars to"'7eowr.Jo merce' and Labor may, do 'some Now touch elbows to each other, all mar sun.' ,;;,Callat,; our" 'store. and Holly Bill d 8, GU WBON t tv
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Miss IDea Barren is visiting her > of : ::: ,

: grandmother At Palatka. It has been fine weather. for saving) .,,' ., ,.',' .. ,,,' '.. ,. 'I '

CLEARANCE: ; SALE Next week only beginning Monday, hay this week. : "t. '" ..

89ots. :M. Davie Dr. and Mrs. P. W:'Bill of Orange ui: .ii .';Yl I

City were in town Wednesday. 'f.l '

Summer CIotIffhgand Hats considerably The days are shorter.getting,' you observe Mrs.'O.; A.'Morse returned' the latter '. ':.:' : r

part of the week from a visit to Palatka I ,
Judge McCrory went to Daytona on
City Treasurer Grant Bly and familyare
professional business Tuesday. '
spending several weeks on Day tona's ?; 1IIISSeSflfflefl.een !to
: : # -- : Wanted-To> loan esoo,OD Improved # ?i" m '
beach. sensIIIIIIIN/II 1
s'the Time Address Loan:this office. I .,' ,I.""' .
Now to Get Outfit i property. "
i\\ .: ,an Cheap. : Hoe. James W.; Perkins went to Atlanta "

The white sandstone brick Is being the .first of ,the week on legal i THE BARGAIN OF I < .

..'." '," .'......,." ,. put on the ground for the Gordon business. I .,.4..(fI:" ,I

i 'SUITS THAT WERE'- garage. Mrs.Morris Dickinson and son Gordon THE SUMMER "
Mrs. A. T. Rossitter of Sanford Is I ttjj
II. ;went) to Daytona .Beach 'yesterday 1 ,"
visiting at tbe home of Mrs. Isabella for a month's stay.Mr. : .. I I. <" ,

: :: $ 8.00 Now $ o.,33 Coulter. J. F. Allen and .son Joseph returned -- -- I .!.

:1 f. ',:; ; $10.00 Now $ 6.67 Prentice Curtis was up from Jackson- Monday: night from a trip to the I I
,, Straw _
V4 ,I ville the first of the week visiting agent Jamestown Exposition. Hats're-, I ; .,r',.',
"' ', Lee Powe. I ..,
$12.50 Now $ 8.37. ,
t- Mrs Isabella Coulter, who baa been \ \ ..
... > tgi' ?', '
Watch the window at Dreka'e
display
,11,111., :., Now 9.00 I'. quite 111 at her home on west New York duced to i' :
r $13.50 $
; : '.: for reduction in clothing, hats shirts, Ave., is much Improved. I.

...... '; '.,,; \ ."' r)il i?. $15.00 ,, ;. 'Now. ""I' .. $10.00 .,., eta Phone'77. 'I Postmaster Allen has been attending .
Ihl { ; .. . .
'flI)11 "'1. . ; Miss* Annie Atkinson has returned I the Convention of postmasters In session 150 Cents I

HATS THAT WERE .- from pleasant>> visit spent with friendsat at Gainesville this week.

.' .. I Jacksonville ,. ,.
i Judge late of
Shaylor, judge .
.," ,' Clerk Sam D. Jordan and "
City family
Now .47'Now the crminal of Duval
$ 1.50 $ court county, was '
: at
leave Wednesday next for a montb'letay at DeLand the first of the week on busi i" ,

.., ,:.......... $ ,.1.00 .5. .. '. $ .47 in the mountain nee,.

... ':' Mrs. J. H. Tatnm and children returned fecar Larson, who bar been in South FOUNTAIN'S S
$ .75 Now $ .47 home the first of the' week froma Florida several months, is spending a '


{ '. > ; ;Mu $ 3.50. Now t $ 1.49 stay in tbe mountains. vacation with the. father and brother .!,..," ,..'," .'" ..,..." '.....','.'," ..j: '-
: flU'! Many Inquiries are already coming and sisters here.

't ( $ 3.00 ". 'Now $ 1.49 about houses, furnished and unfurnished The Acme Quick Lunch Restaurant

at DeLand for the winter. Is doing a good business and Mr. and

.11: -p, $ 2.50 Now $, 1.49 Mayor fly and family will be at Mrs. Charles Kurtz are striving to give .

$ 2.00 Now $ 1.49 '. Daytona Beach the next two weeks every satisfaction to customers.

occupying a nice cottage there. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter were sum .

PANAMA HATS THAT WERE Mr. Frank Hill bas brought his family moned to the former home in Kentucky

over from Orange City and is at pres- the first of the week on account of the

$10.00 Now $ 4.99 ent occupying the Moore house critical illness of Mr. C's. father. .+ + + + MM........ + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + +

Mrs. J. B. Conrad left Wednesday for Several of onr county people will go

} 7.50 Now $ 4.99 5 Milwaukee Wis., as a delegate to the down the East Coast
October
$ \ on 1st to Mr. J. A. Allen leave soon on a Sheriff Jack Turner and family; are

National Convention of the Eastern prepare for the winter tomato crop on month's vacation In New York on Daytona's beach.
$ 6.50 Now $ 4.99 the lands of Dade
prairie
connty. Mrs. J. W. Weetlake
Star.Attorney and Miss Ger- Mrs. M. E. Gould bas let the contract

$ 5.00 Now $ 2.75 Pan Powell has returned Mr. H. W. Klicker returned Saturday trade were in town from Lake Helen for a cement block home on her Michigan
monntains of North
from a visit to the from yesterday.
Daytona Beach his family Ave. lot.
I where his mother is
REDUCTION IN Carolina the summer passing who have passed several weeks at that Mrs Robert Fatten bag returned I Dr. Stanley: Padgett prescription

STARTLING SHOES. beach resort returning with him home from a month's sojourn on Day- clerk at Walters' Pharmacy, baa return
I ILADIES' Rupert Longstreet a bright youth
The Record hopes that the planting of tona's beach. ed from his vacation.
from Coronado Beach, was here this
the palmetto tree will continue at De- Mr. T. E. Arnold returned the first I Mr. W. C. Watts returns today from
week, and arranged to enter Stetson on
BELTS SKIRTS.... opening day September 25th. Land until they are seen all over the of the week from a month's business a two months' stay at Georgetown Ky.,

city They are an ornament to stay at Richmond, Ky. with his daughter Mrs. Wilson
any
Silk and Leather Linen Pique Indian Head Mr E. W.Johnson express messenger
yard. Mrs. A. H. Woodall and daughter
on the DeLand branch, baa returned Prof. C. B. Rosa, of Stetson University

Dark and Colored Wash from a trip to New York, Connection The little English sparrows are getting tember Margaret on will Daytona'g spend the beach.month of Sep returned from his vacation the
Assorted Colors and the Jamestown Exposition very numerous at DeLand. They first of the week, and is back at the
first Mr. E. I* Hon went to Mt. Eagle, business office at the University.
Mr. S. B. Wilson returned from appeared at this place about two
ipc. at 1-4 off North Carolina the first of the week, years ao. They are a nuisance In any Tenn., the latter part of the week for a There will be no preaching services
abort stay with his family, spending tbe
Mrs. Wilson and the children will remain town. at the Presbyterian church Sunday
summer at that delightful summer re
in the mountains for a month yet. Next Monday Is Labor Day. As it is sort. September 1st. The regular services

; holiday the bank will not for will probably be resumed Sunday, September
There not be too new homesgo a open
SUN can
LAWNS:... PARASOLS many Yon should see Jim Erlckaon if ;yon 6th.
business, and the toffioe will
at DeLand for rent. They will po keep
up
expect to purchase a piano organ, talk.'
Mrs. Maud Barren, since the
.... 12 1-2c., 15c., 18c. and 20c. Plain White, Embroidered all be occupied, at least for eight at holiday 12 o'clock hours.for All the the day.stores will close lug machine or sewing machine. Heteeps raphers' strike came on, is temporarily teleg
months of the and at a good
year the best In the market, and yon discharging the duties as operator at

..now.. and Fancy Colored rental. The city's teams are kept busy haul can get either on tbe installment planIf the Western Union office at this place.
The first of the fall months set in ing shell from the city's shell pit on yen desire. Mrs. Barron is teacher in tbe DeLand

8c.. Sunday. The present summer went by south Boulevard keeping our shell Services at St Barnabas church 14th High School.

= = at 1-3 off rapidly with the DeLand people. They] streets in good repair. They should all: Sunday after Trinity. Sept 1st Holy Rev. J. W. B. Smith Pastor of the

have all been kept busy and business be put in apple pie order for tbe winter Eucharist at '7 a. m.1 t Litany, Holy Eacharist Christian church, returns tomorrow
bas been good from months' out West He
8e88on. with at 10 80 and a two trip
sermon : a. m,
G. A. DREKA & CO.PHONE Mr. A. V. S Smith a former DeLand A number of yards on the principal evening prayer at B p. m. There will will, and preach in at the his evening church the Sunday Union morning service --

boy now holding a responsible position streets of the city tire badly in need of be no Sunday school this Sunday. will be held at this church Mr.
.
In tbe law of the Florida Smith
department attention. The owners should have The County Commissioners and preaching.

77 East Coast Railway, was" at DeLant pride in their town, and keep their School Board will hold their September .
the latter part of the week premises presenting a more attractive sessions next Monday and Tuesday. SQUIRRELS WANTED.

.t .+4st+4e + + +_ittttt++attttt + . . + . . + tt + + 444. ** + + + 44, 4-4-r- Mr. M. Davis writes from Hot appearance Mr.John Cranor the new Commissioner Will pay $3,00 for a pair of fox squirrels -

Springs, Ark., where he is taking the Mr. and Mrs Frank Wright of St. for tbe DeLand district, is expected to or $:/.00 for a pair of gray squirrels
laths, that the weather there is something meet with the Board nt this session male and female uninjured and in
The hay mower is /going dally. all The DeLand merchants are getting in Augustine, are spending a vacation good condition. Young: ones will daThe
SYNOPSIS. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. who have
their fall stocks. LOCAL ; terrible, the thermometer Howedays Wright
about DeLand. DeLand, visiting the parents Mr. and fox squirrel preferred. Deliver at
going up to nearly 110 In the shade. occupied tbe Holbroo house north
Mrs S. B. Wright. Frank: is train dispatcher this office.
--- The people in the immediate vicinity DeLand fishermen will have plenty olsport for the\ Florida Erst Coast Railway boulevard for a year move into the -----------
of DeLand are harvesting iota of hay. Tilt: IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS! OF at Coronado Beach through the DaGraw house, Indiana Ave., and Mr.
For Sale-An attractive borne wkhln at St. Augustine. The Marsh Market.
one-half mile of Stetson University You can make hay two months yet and THE PAST WEEK month of September hauling in the A. F, Dreka and family will occupy the

of land, room, of the every man who baa stock should have bass from the surf. It Is the month they Mr. C. H. Curtis of the Blnffton home vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Wright. If you want the choicest cute of Meats
nearlyvenues
*- a Rood '7 cottage his own home harvested bay."Thelm., be and grove: on the St. Johns south of Vo- Messrs. CharleeCampbell and Francis eave your orders with us. The best of
all iU furnishings, electric lighted Local' and gool.ty Item for tile People'. can caught dally, very large and Pork Roasts
with ported stock now sells at $30.00 per ton ones too. nsia Landing was at the county seatthe rllller and Miss Erwina Oanlden ..DdMI88 Beef Mutton ; and
I city water ample yard with beautiful and this $80.00 can be saved at home bya Pt>.r-Brl.f M.ntlon or Fact. .. first of the week. He will have a Eva Nahm went over to Daytona Chops, Sausages Hamburg Steak
rubbery, plant house Rev. and Mrs B. B. Knapp returned fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon
doves, poultry carriages and horse. half days's work. i Tbe Record would 8.*n bY our Reporter. Monday from their outing. They returned handsome crop of fruit to ship the com'' yesterday The young in an auto etc Courteous attention and prompt
A charming residence., Good reasons like to see bol little hay shipped Into ing season, all from his shell hammock mobile. men played with delivery.
earlier than they expected on DeLand team in the ball there -II
he
and game
for selling this estate personal be madeat grove. Marsh Bros. .
It"shonld
county.. W. 8. Taylor Dentist
Vplusia account of the illness of Mrs. yesterday afternoon.
and will havea Knapp :
a bargain, we
property E. H.I home and this money kept in the Table board. 41 Rich Mr. Carl W. Morris, who baa been
to Ave.
new owner soon. Apply I who if she is able will go to the beach I
county. visiting at the home of Mrs. H. S.3aker .
his week for
Huyward. a stay.
Dr. Mellette'e Remedies at Allen's.Vernon left on Monday for Bnrnslde ..................M.... ....>>.. .ME**.*a _......a. j
I Bays is on a vacation on the If you don't think a building boom is Ky., where he has extensive oil in- -I .i

I coast, going on at DeLand just take a drive From there he will
I lerests. return to from
Embroidery. one-fourth off at Dreka's 'I'' about the city and listen to the sound of its home at Bradford Pa Mr. Morris is made the j I

Phone '77. the; saw and hammer. New houses are
baa friends his short
won during
many
AND MAGAZINES I
SOUVENIRS NEWSPAPERS A few watermelons are yet occasionally going up in nearly every. direction, and stay in DeLand. very choicest cuts I
most all modern op-to date.
brought into market. Attorney Cat.y D. Land, of the law of meat and cured
Attorneys Wright & Wright have ; ,
About eight miles of the DeLand-Day firm of Landis & Fish this place has
disposed of all the farm Implements of
,._.,.. tona road bas been hard surfaced. been engaged to delived lectures before to mild delicate
'.' < --' the Seminole Manufacturing, abouta : a I
Mr. Willie Minahew of Barberville he; law class of Stetson the coming
car load. We understand that all the
., term: Mr. Landls Is a graduate of the flavor. It
., .'.. 'l' '. 0 (.ru" was visiting DeLand friends thU week. property of this company real and comes
j ,. ()J,' ; u .. ; i t, J J, Mrs.\ M. Davis and Miss Marguerite personal, will be disposed of. law department of the University ofillchlgan. I ,\ '

returned Thursday from a month's stay Mrs. B. F, Chapman who has been and for several years. a professor Ito your table in ,
of law at Stetson.Notwithstanding .
W.A. ALLEN & CO. on the beachThere pending the summer at the old home Bee r Nut
J. ( I that a good portion vacuum glass jars
.
k- 'I"r ,0> 'r '1. 1'f'! are many beautiful lawns .it Logan Ohio returns home the first .. '
of the Armour fertilizer works at Jacksonville
) : about DeLand and they are becoming of the week. She will ne accompanied Beef
arid'.Jewelers Sliced
Druggists were burned from being struck free fromanykindof :
more numerous every: ;year. by her niece Miss Ethel Roller who attended '
school,here several winters ago. by lightning, the manager wishes to inform -
*(Next to the Postofflcce) Mr. M. G..Rowe, of the De- i i
manager patrons over the State that he'IS
DeLand, Florida Land Telephone Co.? is still up at Mariana Mrs. p A.' Flodin and her daughterMiss Oiling all orders promptly and without | preservative, ready of instant use. In- ,
Nellie left Monday for Tallulah
installing' plant there for a delay for any brands they have on
company. Falls, Ga., for a month's stay. They he market Your order will receive elude a jar in your order. !
In Jacksonville by the
were joined
...-. ".. .. ,.Mr. W. U. Cannons and family, who prompt attention and filled as soon as
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Mrs MoNelll. October let
daughter
have been In New York City for a couple It is received. A. H. WOODALLOur '.j
.. ..-.. -- :. Miss Nellie goes to Chicago to resume .
of weeks, are' expected home the her teaching i' Dr. Halley President of Stetson University ,/

I v'. ,,.,)' ,. __...*' S,"<'!, .0> first of the week. Major R. J. Bishop the naval stores will arrive at DeLand about line of Staple and Fancy Grocer lea la as complete "
,. ",,,,:.' -:'' "'''! ... .., .;?:.; .... :The chinch;bnlt.bu: apparently disappeared operator and daughters Mrs J J Bishop September 15th, ten days before tbe
':1 I .. "- the St. Augustine opening of the University for the fall it can be;> fresh and all high class standard brands..
.... '. '\.- from grass and Miss Mattie returned Wednesday a.1
FINE STATIONERY'', ;-- ," 4PURE DRUGS. ? lawns about the city In some of the from a two months' trip through the term. The Doctor has bad a busy; sum' Fresh vegetables. every, morning. .,l
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J lawns they did serious damage.. the Jamestown mer vacation, if you will call it a vacation -
.. .. '. .' :.' North visiting! ;Exposition
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pro and M,,:V. H.Voorhls celebratedthe Washington Philadelphia, Atlantic > He baa .been. lecturing _almost "

first anniversary of their marriage City New York Buffalo. and Niagara continually.", He has lectured in Pennsylvania PHONE 79 I. i

''> .-. ''II '-.., I.I|let evening entertaining many Mends Falls. Ma aaob'Q eUe, ,South aDd r

i.e.Tr- ..... .at'card*..followed ,by delightful refresh'ments. In bis journey through life and a North Carolina Georgia,' Alabama,, ....... ..........-_..___..... ._.. ..... .rr
Ohio
I good and honorable one too, Peter Lot- Tennessee -Kentucky several ..I

'rr' *Mlsa JnauitaPrevatt, postmistress stSeville the 47th mile at 8 80 Western States and New York.Everything ,. .
.ALLEMS' ,1 GOjt : quiet passed poet : : ,
J. P.' & ; has been visiting at DeLand tbe p.'m. last Tuesday, and that night he points to a.most; incceseul '
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; ---. i 1 I i present week, guest of her.brother and was. given a big pleasant surprise by his year for the John B. Stetson University ,.

t slater-in-law,Mr. and 'Mrs. B.. '' B. Pre- friends. Mrs.] L. anticipated the occasion The fall term.begins September .,...'.
Leading .Furniture House"ot Voh&ta i County vYK and had delightful and abundant 20th and Mr. S. B. Wright ,Secretary ..

,. !' ., .', 'r.: ", ".. <..1 vatt.Contractor' 'Cairns':bas ,plans finished refreshments ready.: ; of the )Board of. Trustees,' and who iekei :;(

l'"' ; t .'-- ...... .-. .tI tor]!a $9.000 two story brick building< for Bon., J. JII.J'Alexander haa'pnt" a his charge of' the correspondence department '
: '. MrfGr.T. Haynea.\ It+will be 00 by.80 in charge 'of his flue and the reservations of rooms NEloitlo"-Bookoaoe i 0
superintendent
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: .; "DRO.P !N'4l,' .a..l.. 1I'/1t/ feet, two .t_'below.otll_ 'and .a farm and grove out at Winnemlssett, summer'Informs ns that the reervatlons > .nti Desk, mbhid., <.:;

/1 suite of living rooms above and la'future will devote more of his for rooms at the. dormitories, IA f e.mdts. .
and Newest. : for and.boys,' exceed oonIderably s much or as YOb", n '.. ;'1:
girls
r': see. our :)tr.fA;) CH.yaee.lef' Tuesday: for time to law;resuming an active'pray both book JIPIICO s wanted a'x. ,.t'It'Comprises

d i Grand,Rapt..., 'M10b.,. to'.be gone six tice.,' He bas rented rooms over the the number for any previous Desk Unit with i .. *.. ;
: -. Stylesin Parlonand;ft : ; ,",Ira or two months.- He prae/there to bank for offices, moving In from the St. corresponding date la the history of the few 01'many Book Units as. -. .w,, ,r ; ';,
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; handle a number cropof the Michigan Elmo building next week nstltntion. There is 'a small army of :desired. Roomy, coven-,' t,
I ktM,attractive. Cll and
j _, : .Dfrnng-TRoom-fur n-- peach,which'M' BM' shipped for a number ,, workmen engaged up there,' now giving Of writ..for r/ltaloPUO f see Os w .. 4..

... of ye.rs.' ,, a.._ ,- very building tt thorough renovation J. F. !-LENCO.\ <, ,"! 'a',
Stetson's fa'nrew..De.er morepromising.
and
i r1'JPlt <* I ,)' O)4)7J: ; "'..rf3t Mr.bayer Ni iii. Alexander arrirod,b.r.the. .Sunday popular/ eve orange 'Y Vs offer for' next week only, The,high:j,standard of the .. I ,

: .. beginningMonday the One will be'' maintained, .11I14 l the' D81ANDD: i'
school P'-Ao.
qlog. for a week's sojourn; :.looking over .. r_ ,;,.. cut iv yli
i( .d nn -t mat ofr \ i ij 1b4 e\ui|.'aitMUotr'hers<.> ,Like 'moa' Grand Bargain of the Season' Faculty! considerably;strengthened the

j : for39ffcQ coming term. Lots of famlllde. too. are ,. ..
Mr. Alexander, has. bought litfH Ladles. $2.00 Shirt WaUts
bayeraj; ,
' DeLand. Fla.
;( phone No.<2 J. f3f. ALLE .&i Q cc fcrjno fraltas ftj but-Citing> 44vel6pn I MEDa'vie. ; 01*\ .ocatlng at DiLand eo..aa.thel3'obi) .I.1A ..,.I .. :'1 '
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.. r1 I enti....V91 achdIa'Advocate! ,- Can attend Stetson, 'I ,

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'"" . .. ., rORT:: ,HOUSEWIFE. HEALTH Notice. I I Admihistfa 6h' 'Nti. "- ,

THE TRAtN bElX: : ftOPE. INSURANCE: To whom it may concern: Notice U hereby a-IVsiTtnat; the usdar-. ,iii; mi i! GAST

Indian Chutnea Sauce. Notice Is hereby given to all and signed ha been nrpolntcU'JldiiilBlBttaiwror \ I

! k Hew It and the Conductor's Supraman Take a pint of tlnogar. add to It hair' The man who Insure tile Ifs It BlnR'ular'tbt'. creditors; distributees, the-estate of Msloolm. K. ,Jiprrlson deceased .
and all\ creditora'leg.te.wdI.trib.uteos
-, Came to B. Established. a pound of brown migar Dud boll tlii'iu ''wise for hte ,fanilly. and all persons having claims or demands ,and all persons having claims or '

Although there does not seem to be till they become II thin slruu. 'lln-n. The man who Iniiire his beaKhI against the estate of O. O. demands against said estate will presentthem
add one pound of tninnflnda. Blniincr Post deceased to preaent the same to the undenlvnad within the time 2
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;, anythlng'ln common between pugilist* gently for a few minutes and uhuu wU* both' ..for, his,,family I .and to the undersigned executor of said prescribed by Imfjor! theane will b* forever JE '
i : aod railroad rules, yet tho adoption ot colander. Tliui bltfaself estate within two years or the same barred $ <
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cool strain through a
iat ;
.>. Dated this Jalyl >l tt.-
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will be barred.. That the undersignedhas llIDWff
the familiar bell that stretched
rope Voii/ :
of Hour apples jmolod Insure health by guard .
\ add half a pound may" been appointed by the, Hon.. J. I-D. 11' MORRISON. ., V.t
through every car of the modern train and cored and boll till qulto soft Inc 1C'' Itla''wort1i'.hUn&Attho"lnt Uarberrllle. Fie. .
.',' Lee McCrory, Judge of the Uouuty
wfts the result of a fistic encounter At When cool add n quarter pound of vui- '
attack of disease Judge's Ootrt' as executor of said estate Jamesiown 'E
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I,r <.t the same time and )bf.tJlct; .iesuo of Uuame sins(stoned) and two\ ounces of garlic which I generally approach. and all such claims or demands Notic tAJ m' t:, t j ; slgql:

,: both well pounded, and nfterwmd two should be to Stewart& Bly DJ
combat the supremacy of the conductor presented \ .. SEASON' TICIETS'-$3S.1O sold daily coach ,
through the LIVER and manl. In Circuit Court Seventh Juillclal C'lrntllt ,
I In railroad travel 'was ordalut6It punces: )'of saH.5f,(' ounces. of pundfiitdguigeV Innumerable his. attorneys DcLand Fla., or to the In and for Volusla County, 1 Plorlilit. sold each' Tuesday: limit 10 days, not good In parlor or

It,was Philadelphia which guve both wo'budcsa of mustard and boo fest Itself In way undersigned. To Amos DulToy and all Other Persons Interested tICkt ? so UallyplS day ticket- 2o.90, gold aily.
ounce of cayenne. Mix: all together/ naputUnto <) TAKI _-- WILLIAM A. BAQQATT. t dlY '.3JJ' -
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to the world. : 'eovert-il. jars which must bo Executor. You Are hereby notified that under and -o ) 2 IN 10 "Norfolk Flyers" No / No 89 I

t, One of the oldest railroads! ,Jntlo, ," allowed to stuhd by the fire for twelve Seabreeze, Fla., July 8, 1007. by virtue of a Writ of Attachment, Issued Lv DeLand 3 flOp ,Lvk Norfolk 8 lOp 81aAr
) the BeTeiitb
out of. tho Circuit Court of )
t' country! i Is the Philadelphia, Wilmington hours. Tbe longer this Is kept the butter Judicial Circuit Florida In anil.Cur V. Jackonnle'-7'30a030a loOp 'AI .acklonvle 2 20p )
I Is
Baltimore known tht TtittsPI Notice of Final In suit therein Lv .; 7 SIp .; 2 TOp .1 30a
and ,.now as It will become. DischargeNotice lUbla County a peiiclluK:! vle Sri( )
DcLand 6
Ar Norfolk .7.30a lIp OOp
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington / : herein JC. I. Hon Is Plaintiff, ariuVAmOaUuiluy ( .1 82p
/ Is hereby. given that six months Is Defendant, the following lot Orptcroui.of ( Pullman Buffet Bleeping Cars to ..
R NorfoLk
which was opened In 1837.. 'H'lio ''tOi, stnova Tan. : after dale.. namely on tbe 14th day ol > land. lying and being In thvOouatyoti .
terminus In Philadelphia w.all.ae.BrOluJ kTh Jelly "V'llt-fce found very emcii- And save your health. December 1U07,1 will ai iniurdian of Kdna I Volusla and State! of Florida baa been C Write for Illustrated folders, containingm'apa; descriptive matter -

and Prime streets-Prlrno street uow clout: for removing tan and. softeningthe Gusiiue, formerly Edna Bennett, presentmy attached and levied upon as the property hotel lists etc.t/l'or reservation tor Information. address any '
final to the Hon. J. Lee MoC'rory of the said Amos Duflay. to-wlt: ; i J
account -
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'W being known as ,Washington nveuuo- hands-.. !! j."Gum'tmgac.nth.j.\ County Judge of Volusla Lot 1., section 1, township II aoutb'rB1lI( 1(: Ticket Agent of tbt Atlantic Coast Und or

and after crossing the Scbuylklll river '"' white. 120 grains: t tHE MODERN ,WOMAN. Fla., .as such guardian, and ask for count'l ,,29eue, and lot 3, sectIon 1. townIpalT < P DflV'V'UOTAM Wslrlctf M. l AV.nt Atl.ntl Coast Uns .

.r at Gray's Ferry the route ran along tu! water fourteen ounces; glycerin anounce discharge 1 south,range 29 east, less a tract ItS o_,\lne, C fltAllR. UUI'bEaLUI'i, FLORIDAW.

Delaware river on) what Is now the ; tluf benzoin two drams; Musi Ba a Stimulating Companion For. Dated June llth 11107. east Mid west by 'tt.75; chains north and JACKSONiLLE.
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southwest of said lot 4
8. A. WOOD. south, in the corner -
a X
Chester line of the Beading ..follwar.i borax pow!
i The first schedule con irUL'4 one pnvaenger extract. foa xlrams. : "It is rather difficult! being: a modern Aiiios Duffey and all other persona Interested N, Wilmington, N. 0 X
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train, which :vent'to'Baltimore 'Macarnte tbe tragacanth In the wa- tvoinnu,'' ,remarked n matron tbe other Notice of Adoption of. Minor. are hereby required to appear plead or "I, a'f'

'., one day and came back the next, which ter until perfectly soft and dissolve lay" "We, are expected to be clever, Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned demur Monday In In said October ault on A.or D before 1907. being the' ttrst the i .. ...I
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was considered a remarkable feat In the borax Jn the glycerin. Mix the two active well Informed and Interested will on the 10th day of September.A. 7th day of said month otherwise- default .

rapid travel. When,a train a day each solutions, add tbe tincture and strain ;In'| the world we live In If we fall J>.. 1007, apply to the Hon. Minor S. will entered ag.lnatlou. l >
Jones Judge>r the Circuit Court of the 7th A .
11'1088.
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way was placed In service the neonle through.. muslin, in these things men consider us stupid Judicial, Circuit of Florida at his office at Attorneys for the Plalntld, It. L. Hon.
of the two cities served'concluded that V'' i \* fru Ind II Indolent'and "no fun to talk tot Titusvllle, Florida, or wherever he may be,

the acme of CODvenlencaJ.D transportation 'To'Treoe Pattsrns. But when a woman does possess the for an order authorizing the adoption of .

p.. hud been re cbed." If :you want to trnco\ :U pattern on Juhlltles that make) her a stlirmlutlnffrompanlon heir Nellie at Rawlins law. a minor as my child and Notice,of Application for Tax Deed; Under John B. Stetson University

Next' to tbe president of the rallroud, dark materllil Iny It on tho goods and for the up to duto man 1m- BYLVKSTEK BROWER. Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Lavta

the most Important functionaries were with a rather largo pin prick all over bedlately\ croakers arise and call her Dated, Ibis 1st day August, A. D.. 1007. of Florida.Notloais .

the engineer and cOII<1uctor. It was a the outlines of tbe pattern at Intervals tiew' wpman,' with a dlBparnglno; ac-

,. question whether or not the bend of of about half an Inch. Then, holding eAf"and: 'MgH' dolefully about the w.y Notice of Citation.In hereby given thatGeo WU'aJmor, AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO.
ot Tax Certificate No. 41, dated _.,
the'Jlne was not considered a subsidiary It carefully In place, rub all over with ttalr grandmothera kept honse.fyet Uouuty: Court, Volusla County, Florida. the puroi Othday' aser of June DOS.! has Wed' said -------

'; officer In popular estimation to the chalk Take off the pattern and :you : with nil I''the''tendency there la Br.tbe County Judge of sulU County t oeititloate In my ollloe, and baa made appllon COLLEGE LIBERAL are).Identical with the University

men who ran the train, but Robert will see the tracing outlined by the to I make Jokes about the modern ... S. B. WilSon baa applied to this tlon for tax deed to Issue In accordancewith of Chicago/ ., ., ARTB-Btanda.

Fogg who pulled the throttle, and chalk spots. With a fine brush paint In Wotaian.or condemn her aa too studious Court for Letters of Administration with law. Said certificate embraces the OOLLE1)E Or LAWTOrkduates admitted without examination III Florida.
the will annexed on the Estate of Hannah following described property situated In COLLKGK OF Mechanical, and Civil Knglneerlng. -
.John; Wolf who collected fares, won lines between the spots with Chinese too athletic, too Independent, there (Ullllsi, deceased late of said County of VoluBla.county, l
r deference of the public because of white and when dry It Is ready ,for.. Ia ho doubt that she Is fast mounting Volusla. 10 acres In swK o< ne) P r doed'Book COLLEGE FOtt'TEACHERS.-Five courses of study for Florida School

thel? high,,and!. responsible dptjes\ / 4. ,working. ' 'the pedestal Which the other type 'of The eare.therefore,to cite and admonish J, page bIt section 11, twp its, range 2 e. Teachers. .
all and .
the kindral and creditors
Fogg,'an Englishman, 'bad all the woman I ha mo long"'occupied alone, of said deceased singular, to be and appear before The said land being assessed at the Jute. PKEPABATOBY' ACADEMY. -For Chicago," Harvard, Yale, Princeton, '
Vassar.
tenacIty' bp1nlou of hia race- Wolf Jacket For' Range BolI.r. or,| If not a pedestal, she Is taking a this Court. on ar before the 9th day of Sep of the Issuance of such certificate the Michigan Bum*ESS Banking, Shorthand. Typewriting,

0, on American' bad the Ingenuity' the One of the now kitchen conveniencesIs I position which' U oaths whole more tember. A. 1>. 1007, and die. objections, If certificate name of N.shall Began be redeemed aooordfaiR Unless; said... .'a Business, Law. VOLLE9&Bkkseplag. '

Yankee and, seeing the need of some an abestus Jacket for the range secure and more desirable There has any aforesaid.they have otherwise to the the granting same will letters be granted as law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the Ifclb SCHOOL; OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron \orklnl end Manual

method. by which, he ,could communicate boiler. ,This Jacket will koep the ''wa I always been a theory that the Ideal as prayed. day of September. A. I).. 1807. Training SCHOOL OF MlISId-Fiano Organ Voice Theory History of Music
with the devised tho hotter lu winter. and In summer It : Witness mv oiOolal signature and eat ,
engineer ,' ter mother Is' the one who sticks to her Witness my name as Countv Judge of Teachers' Course.
scheme of running a'cord through the will have a material aid In keeping own fireside and mends her children's the t'ounty aforesaid., this Oral day of August this the 23rd day AuKUnt SAM-L.D., A.JORDAN D. 1IW7.) SCHOOL OV PINE AUT8-Drawing and Pantnl. oil, watercolor, pastel.

cars to tbe locomotive. As the engine the temperature of the kitchen at a itoc kings.* This theory still lingers 11W7.) Clerk Circuit Court Voluslu County. Fla. 'UTETdOM has 4 Colleires.O Technicals 48 in Faculty,
!Heal J. LEE
( McCRORY
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t_ was a wood burner,I Wolf fastened one more; tolerable point, and at the some ,,111 spite of,the fact that so many college County Jupge. solid gymnasium; courses,38olass, strong roemsseparatedorniitories teachers, modern equipment for, 10 both laboratories sexes-, 2 mwuOa.dining

end of i the'cord to a log which was time the water will be kept'quite .hot girls and girls who have not Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under baU.wo and I on shops manual training and domestic science, auditorium,'

placed on the engineer's seat and was when the fire Is low as It Is.of ten been to college, but are nevertheless Notice of Administration.In Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws *o *'I' pianos, olube llterory societies. star lecture

pulled to the floor when tbe conductor maintained during tbe summer months. bright keen and well Informed of Florida. .our,4s.Utii.Oa&-.5ssociations. general (15.0UO volumes), special law
are
County Court Volusla County, FI rllla. library.enclosed athletic running track tennis courts baseball dUiOond. ,
desired to signal for a atop marrying and proving that a mother By the County Judge of said county. Notice Is hereby given that John Mora oe. football field park-like 1..ld. shell roads, cement waiks shrubbery and trees,<
Fogs resented what he considered an purchaser. 01 Tax rertltloate: ) '/'No :878, dated ,
have hrlsUan11 all steam heat
nay outside Interests and be a ) atmusphnra, open to
Whereas L. B. 'Long has to this douomhltine.
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upplled
., Interference with his rights on tile better mother because of them. Butt Court for letters: r'administration with I the the Oth day of June A.. !>., I9IJ baa Sled flleutrio lights, eieotrlo bolls. concerts, fraternities, re.eiLela'veupersiIetoJrsi'ns _
said certificate In office,and 'has made .
my festivals. Atteadanoe now bllguat'n hlatorv ofUniversity.
platform of the locomotive and on thefirst will annexed on the satiate of Mrs. A. L. )
IS merely a theory and does nobody application for tax -deed' to l 18IIn8 In accordance J 'Generous patron no spared. Btetsoh is lor Florida llrsc,'
run out, from I Broad and Prime I I any; ".rm. Farr. deceased, lute of said oounty of Volusla. with' law. Said certiUuat. embraces last and all the time. ; money \

streets with the new device paid no "In.Prank: Stockton's 'Squirrel Inn' the following described propertyituated For informaton, catalogues, views, and fol"e. addressPRESIDENT
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish In Yoluvia to-wfti buletins.
Florida, (
heed to the displacement of the log county Florida. .
here Is a scientific nllr egtrl,' When all and singular tbe kit dred and creditorsof ) HULLEV A, M.; Ph. D, DdLand
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of lot 6 section 31 .
Lot 7, sub township
from the when the conductor de.
seat It .IB hinted that her college studies said deceased to be and appear before 18 south, range SI east; 2 sore. __ -'
sired to take on a passenger from a waS have kept her from tills Court on or\before; the llth day of Heptrmber .
learning as .
assessed the dabeof ,
The said land awing at
A n and file It
UW objections
farm 'near Gray's Ferry but sped on any
muah about babies as-a nuroegtrl ought thev have, t .
over the bridge and did not deign to know HsInEllsha Anderson.Unlesssaid/ ,
to she oxclaJtnsi NOt knowabobt otherwise iho dame. will be granted aspraveth same
; bring bis engine to a stop until :BlueBell babies Why I know all about I certlfloate thai. be redeemed according to
: station on the south side of the Witness my name as Count udare 01 the law tax deed. will Issue thereon, on tbe. -
babtes; ,I have dissected oner county aloresald., this 8th day ASiguat. 19.7 10th day of September* A.| D. IttWJ; 'I Stalti-lDsliiiitions t S' I Efldcation'
Schaylklll/ bad been reacbed. Then slgneture'ana Hi0her
this) degree of education ,will Whu.1 (Seal) J. LEE MoGitOltY Witness my official seal
be demanded to know of Wolf why be perhaps, be demanded of the 1 6-10 County Judge this the 9th day. of August, A. D 1907. 'Of
had been, Jerking that log all about thalocomotive. BAM'L n.JORDAN. I '
mother, the world la
a beginning see Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County w:1a.Ii .
., .. than the better Informed 'a mother Is, Notice. : University of the Stale of FloridaQalnesvllle Florida'. ''Female College

Wolt hotly declared that be had signaled he (larger In her--...views, the broaderIn $ L .

"I to stop but Fogg retorted that bee ,Interests the better mother will I In County Judge's Court, Volusla County Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under > : Fla. Tallahassee.'

: be would stop when and ),where| be .hIt !be." Florida Section 8 of Chapter 48H8. Law

pleased and that, too. without any reference .. I I In the matter of the Estate 01 W. JIl. Pul of Florida. ,. A l 1 igh-grade'lnstltutton for young A college for ,women, without amen,4fferingtLItararyScientific

, ;. ,to or4errpni the conductor. Denmark Original of Thule ton, deceased. Not'co la hereby given that George 11: ) parallel in the South. embracing a

.*,,', whom, Jill did not regard aa his superior .. Was Denmark the original Thule, the To Mm. Marlon Malone of Mt. Vernon Clark, purchaser of Tax Uertifloate So. 7. Erlglnetrlng-'Asrrltuttural and Pea.Colege of Liberal Arts, a School
Texas, Mrs Luclnda Hopkins and Mrs. dated the 7th dav of August, At O.. 1005, School of Industrial .
In management, of the train. The be- : ) .'' Teacber. a
land of the ancients agofftea ourses
world's end ,
Frank Word and Frank Word bar husband, City Tax Hale of the City; of" Dajtona' I l Arts a of Fine Arts including
altercation grew very heated and Wolf :rond which lay only the Sluggish seat 01 Hogansville. Georgia, and all other persons baa tiled said certificate In my office andhas Strong faculty well-e quipped i piano pipe organ, violin,'
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;. Invited the engineer from the cab to fythens of Uansllla who was about Jntt rented t t made. application. for tax deed to--Issue laboratories, thorough instruction, voice culture, elocution and pbypil

settle the matter! and :the challenge! HOW' JACKET IS FASTHNBD contemporary with Alexander the Whereas. H. W. Purse)!, as Administrator In accordance with law. Said certificate bqth tbecu-eliicaa.aM cal culture .'

was quicklg:\ AcceptedV I The covering Is cut and '..haped'ready Greid i; Is believed by some to have has of died the bis estate petition or W.settingforththat M. Pu lien, deceased there property embraces. .. tbel 0 ioliowinge Daytona donerihed Volusla 'careful supervision. PI8G'1oal' ; .. A faculty of able specialists. in

: Passengers and a group of men who for application. It Is made In two sec- rofePed to what we now know as Jut are debts due and owing by the estate of county, Florida,, to-wit- -lghIl one.- all departments.

: had gathered at the station to see.the tlons, and tbe edges are supplied with land by this name; bat as there Is the said W. M. l'ul1en1 deceased., and that All north Uigbee Line lot one, block!! No tuition charges to Florida I I .T for
REE. Charges
train come 1ri ..formed a ring about thecombatanta.bnt nothing to show that Pytheas had the personal S''fa'me is Insufficient to pay thirty, Daytona. students. Other expenses very low< special
hooks so that It can be laced In place. ; Pufien. Instruction In fine arts reduced
the W. M
: : the fight did not last mime, said Tbe said land assessed at the dateof
Vlalfed Thule himself he was probably being For catalogue and other Information
to minimum. New in
The jacket consists of asbestos, In- died seized and possessed of the following a buildings
long, as ,\Volf proved by, far the su I rather about It. Since be seems tbe l lance of such certificate In the address
[ vague and of
sulating felt and a canvas exterior I fit described property lying being In tbe name S. Coleman heirs. Uniesa said certificate \ course construction; Write for
perior artist. with his fists and with to have represented It as a land of the county ol Volusla and Slate of Florida. ,
Uw '
Is Impossible for any heat to escape shall be redeemed according in el ANDREW''SLCDU; catalogue. A. A. MURPHREE,
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a few blows made It almost towit:- \
Impossible mldilghfsun. others have IdentifiedIt 2nd
tax deed will Issue thereon on President. President.Bopd .
this. After It la fixed In
for the engineer to see snulclently.to through plan a* Iceland or even Greenland, and All of lot two of block eight, according to day of Oct., A. D., 19,7' '
.4mltiedthat It may, be painted with gold or ,.1.' Besrdaley'smapof DeLeon Springs; also Witness oUlolal :Jslgnatare and seal -
- .t complete hisrun..' but 'fogg the of the Irish. monks of tbe my .
minium other colas Jhule lots four and seven of block elgbMocordiua ol A. D. 1907.)( I'I''I' "
paint or given any ; : this the 30th day August 'I .
he had,been fairly, beaten /and the ninth century A. D. was certainly Iceland to MoTiinmoin' map of DaiTeon Springs. _.. -- --
to harmonize with the surroundings. SAM'L D.
JORDAN
p supremacy of the conductor ,on a train ) 'But the Thule of Tacitus, which and praying III and by said petition that liemay Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County : -

was settled'for all time. lay ijear the Orkney: Islands must have have tbe order ot the Court directing
,, Th. Worn Soap Bar.' him to take Into possession as Administrator
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As the log signal\,was crude and ineffective When washing and the bar' of soap been) part of. the Sh.tlaDdII.-London of the estate. the real estate hereinbefore Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under

- I ..;,Wolf ,devised the use of a Ohnolcle.; described as assets 01 the estate for the Section 8. Chapter 4888 Laws of
bell on.the locomotive, and this method gets worn thin causing annoyanc by t payment of debts and sell the same lor said Florida / \ ornpy
slipping down the back of the,washboard Ciffber'
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was soon adopted by all.of the American Comparatively Luoky. purpose, together with the Incidental charges
hold 81d.'ot .In hot of Notice> Is hereby given that Ernest A. '
I the flat ,It sale. Will ear'tbe
railroads j 'I'b.IU''code of signals -' .' A young woman settlement worker I Osteen, purobaser tax certificate No. 8MB, quote you their yard depot
water for a minute until It becomes Now therefore this Is to command
was adopted, and these remain. tdb'to"enotSei .who Is well known, In Boston's social the said Mrs. Marlon Malnne Mrs Luoln.da you. dated the tUt;day of June,. JUO3. has Ued) at and yellow pine

practIct1ytthii day.. The only 'qulteIort'I're clrcl< d observed that one of her pro- Hopkins. Mrs Frank Word and Frank said certificate in my office and has made t .

.. change In the bell cord la that by: use whole orhalf" bar of soap and let It tegee bad a 'black eye, and, guess- Ward and all other persons Interested, to application with law.for tax Said.deed. certificate to Issue In embraces accordance 'L ber FIoff cellifi'g-1diig;
cooL The two cement together ,
pieces
of the air appear. on the eighteenth day of September,
I \ from the brake system a lug> Ifs''' source, she wished to be sym- the; following' described. property situatedin .
U. V07! olUce In the hnuseIn g
A. at
court .
as one bar ready for use; my
) whistle has superseded the bell\ In the jBthetle ''and laid kindly' after speaking DeLand, Florida and show cause wby Volusla county Florida, to-win

, ; locomotlvej 1 Philadelphia!\ ,Ledger. .Window 8hadss.If of the woman' eye: "Never mind the prayer of said. petition should not be All north ot railroad, block 1 and 2. Wat- ShIg1e.1LathsyEtc.?,. I
Mr*. Hceverythlnrt will be all rightMind granted., If any you have. son's Enterprise.
Clay's Ready WIt. I the window shades are all worn Tonr troubles might be worse." It Is further ordered tbat this citation be Tbe said land being assessed at the late AH Lumber, Building. and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered
,1 When lIeI>ry' Clay "was stumping and soiled at the bottom do not throwaway published In The VolusU County Record of the isduarce of such ourtlfloate in the anowbere in the city.
"Be re It might be worse, answered ,
DeLandIn E. Williams. Unless said
but cut off soiled part make another a weekly newspaper published at name of Mary I
Kentucky re-electtyn; ,, at OliO of,bis the: om all' philosophically / '1 mightbe said county (or a period of tour successive certificate shall be redeemed aooordla to
mass meetings'''an old hunter of wide hem' and put back, suck If 11 ce 'yoUrself, 'Miss, with no bus- weeb.I law lx deed will Issue thereon. on tile 4th I'' I'
political Bald. "Well. shade Is not long enough to cut away day of October 1907. ,
4 influence Harry, at all. -Boston Record. Witness my hand and official seal this '
I've always) Wed :tor you,' but Because ,open the hem at the bottom and take I I sixth day ol August A I U. 1007 Witness my' official. .Ignatu.r.and aea) :
. shade from roller. nail the bottom of !Seal J. LEE MoCRORY this the 80111 day of A.ug,iA.tJ>.il' 07.'t' and Mills '
', ,, of that vote (which h,\ named) I'm Foolish to Quit. (Judge: ) of the County Judge's Court,of I U. JORDAN: end Saw Planing ? Novelty Works
-- hade make hem and
gain' ag'I/ 7q14'( ..::.. : 1 I on roller new "Wiy( dot you buy it?" asked her Volusla County., Florida.' Clerk Circuit Court; Vulusia county na &
,
"Let me see your rifle" said Clay. put back stick. consented .. ,'., J T. OAtRNSPr '
t '. I lusband\ who bad to go r .
; It WIll hooded, to lUm. ,, shopping 'With her. "You say It la just --'-:'- ,. "

. "11 she Wgood HfleT7 ? Prevent Hair .Falling.. "18hamroa .what I you want, and the price seems IS 'I' ? | SSE D '1l_ i'"Q"RI .
j "Yes.1* the hair.with a *oaj mlxtnre .ILL"ITIWILLr COSTTOshowl R
a ,. '. J> to be reasonable so why: waste time ROUGlkatelltng
"Did"she vemis.: flrer e I .made by dissolving an oily soap JAbot ooklng' further?" I .' to wri!:! _.b" .aaiis .Dnvaa ''AND '
moot
IOENT' ": liD. of 10) .
. water-a tabtespoonfnl of shaved \. iii: :fIde .". "
"Well yes( on ee. .atzoy : T1&ZS $Wl
"Orl1alou George how foolish (
.4 ,' < you : lr::: ; Flooring, Stating, Sawing, Window ann
( "Why didn't:you/th'row'hef ; heap to a cup of wat..Add ten drop *; or dealer world. Mouldlnl.
; awayr talk! I I'm not half 'tired -out yet"3hlcaLO I Doorframes, Newel POt etc..
The old hunter thought a moment glycerin. If your hair la light :yon [ Becord-Heruld.. '\ BICYOLEew :o:,, 8he4.iDj for Groves PiDen., sNTCrates and' Box Material a specialty
.
1 may In a half.teaspoonful 1 of _ ed. ce MM until fee > received bar ...... 1._
: and tben.9d. "lIari IT1 try ,TOO put powderedf 1 1 /Urmt yon ; : 'r < f(I.. borax.: Wash the hair1 well 'wfti t pee ..... ; and denribln erery kind of,101' Io-p de..i ct I | ontract j
,, i.again. \,' Couldn't. 1 latest m\d t.and teem of our trmarkable LOW : 'F'i '
, And Barry was elected. this solution and rinse In many water *,anl'we.doelet: newosTer made possible by selling from factory, I DELAND: ..
.; r."Te me tho old old story sbs :r.rtc:
<<
f I 'II" ; r ';:ii'iTranspar.nt Tfderwitb.no middlemen's profits.
I .ald.'j j i I... ." ,,.o". eiovit'cess --II"IooIc".4; :
;_.. Hard on the Reporters. Past*. "I.ctn't" ho replied. "I have made allow 10>> Days V... Trtalfnd /Stake other liberal tennsvh1)cla.eq.s.a.e. i | I --
"I had a strange dream the other > .Ortqdl rtce-nntll aa-Ilne as flour; wet home tta*world will da.. will'Uam Verwuiuur sad gut ma.civs1s-
a vow never to repent n mother-In- bloUfonaatlon by stodpWe wriUaf us a postal a
5. night" said the maJor..a ? ,1 t' \ J ilt with 'fOl4 wojet; iben.addV boiling law:} k'"rCll1cnll'o! Record-Herald. need a JVMw. <:fo Maf ia: every town anil. 'can offer aa"ocnoitaalt*
: water and boll to nuke to suitable mea who I I I I
till thick
t "What was It} asked the young cooked aa as money young apply at one* -

thing. ,. -- paste; when cool add a little alum or 'l'bet&netnctor 'engraves '
,>. oil ,; dotes 'ifldldIt !' / his name $85OPUNGTIJRE.PROOlJ1RES0; NLXrowlfalls ; ?
I .. "I wentitO'lteaven, and' as an 'old 'o to-1 pr v4DIt In the'|hand that receives the benefit.Ttencn' .-, HUCKLEBERRY* _
newspaper man was Interested: Jn their Keep-.la *j,!oooliplaceibut; doltt;dow' 'Proverb." > PPIII. [{ I if4 "I ,

': Journal up there. It was a miserable I', ",, r..t. ".. rI "&It ., : : .8.110. pr. pair*' .ttao I ,

,. thing not a well written story In It- ToJfffHMftfO. ,
.. tdAtl.A -
.. Mod I told St. Peter so.". Qlyoerln Skin Lotion. w. 'Wllf Soll'i 1ACl'SYoll : '
Take one ounce of glycerin If ItagreesNflth m Sam I. 0'IJ'\\\1 -
pure -
"What did be r :/
, say H CASTORIIA" Polr\to\ ** a.ThI .
tta'}
} skin. Some
"Ha swM;:--Ifs not our fault., 'We > peoplecannot (CAsH WITH oceaN Sass) .

r never get any good reporters op here." ns. i1fce n. Add a quart of \.a bfaiI.tI 134 NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. '
camphor water (not spirits of cam- ; ..,'" of In tire ,I 1 'r
Result
experience

,. c aPhuarrsL -Y JIft>' phor) and to.this 'add-a tablespoonfol ;llflJUftd You Haw Always Bought I making. l No 15 dng years. .from THORNS CA 1_, HucklgbenLook' ; L L'trvt
"'! .. of borax.-- y
; ; cr r. J.. rrVvMMI" .*M : '. : TUS, PINS., NAILS.nTAGKS.GLAS igar
BeeIII Bei-iou punctures,,like intentional kjUf* rat*,cai ,
,, ; r Mr*.,.D* Hltt-Th Dobaoatlat laathay ;
'ToCiater 'p"'fy'Cistern Wr b. ,6I' ffP be nlcbnized like any other tire. .__
ea.je.e.ea.s
?
,- ,.', '' girl they' hop to keep. Mrs. D*, water that haa become Mstek n" ? "' !Tee\issdrsd. TIIt..u;a1r*sew J.'1iofaaI Cie4sssnty4fiv.ThouuM'ps ,, ..,. Good \
G' > Gooclanir
f '
'Wltt-Abaordl! Where Is .
such
,
t- ) *' girl and oily mar1Mf1Jal'la.Uli powdered $ sold. yeAr. MI" Io:4IlIr :&IDOla. : 'e'

to b* found t Mrs. tIe Ilitt--Sb. was I I ,' "" ". Jl..Ha. all aMa.MtHs. timlf* duy rldln,,!ft7 dur.bl sad Used bud. -
borax .
aad powtfered sAinA Four .'11".,W .ti4 2I" I'ay \ ? and need tell
.
bona to/them)yesterday.-.Harper's I wfin* iptclil qvulltr' of rubber which ner.. t>WDm .po a*matt wfcfcsi afax*ma OMII MMtv ,1t we 'you no more;
; esiuce.oE .u-. Stiigientehriftnft \ ,eo "VE". sal't f 'without allowliii tho sir to.wapc.TwVbM'BfandradVor' l lt ( from sail IIIII04 r"U
:-.Weekly; to. '"" ; 1 r I (hut uurtmtss hsv.only besn bo .
,_ ,' MI'I'eIB ot w.-- t' =C1..ap D'
< :
I ,. r an Onht'nrv tiII4 the seactaro tbiaeU5d.Ift'
No exile or danger can fright a brar I "-. 1813' ,..prepared fidc on the UI.4..TS.L"NI>!dte ecs.,_a.. eommOtil"f.lt-wli_ pgaosioh.ib3r RoylMye.-i
,, toCt iasd. 4s _. 1'1lh. patent'Saak.t ..__" ,...Dkb presest.aim an rees dung Le' ripany
pirit-Dryden. _'Tt rTh.G.nti. ueoeeMd. Ml benreestUiAtlnfendtke, so ..' ._ o diet ion. The ikine 1a ...u..e g
'I Hlnttf : I tine Is $5 to per pair but for......rUaI.... ." .... s.pedal did Hdet
4 "-. I 'Widows-Do "yodf: know t .tl1Q ii ,I. if only ....per pa'jJj'.&11 dedres."If\peca'aSSffi r_ W.1lit1 ,D. ..-'- :b :' r.Y.1
Prevent I I ._ '.... .. .iMal
., M.th..I : U hem stjrleny *rei ed.r7r'T'
'*' ,' daughter has) act*y e TTDOQ 'J'8'I1' 1"'Oe. 1.: W.wlh8".m. ,\T1 jS? .n k a.thoJII'kIi... .....
Get largodry boLl Mat.e .
good
\ tleman flattrad Has'HHtevt'rekllT ( 1 dJUJ U>si n4entitMe Uii i admtl vmenV"
( >)- | t 1A'bt1IAihiB1 rVUb W1XU W* wtl1 Res. :
: coT.r of top b,,,putting.on hinge* and Widow-Certainly. ', OnI7"'toda-r.be ilated bru. bend ....mp..d. two JTIIaItV.I'1". ; .'S Ml-ei* dsrs7lrebrm nl!'
td ed Dg.isisntf _
a4'ttL. INr
wu.tnn to esr4 toessO T-'
I. "
a, ,!line i with' henry, ,carpet or tar papor.i > was sayingThat's: the sort of geSitl/ t OUBezpenM If for anjt TWO* Uwy "are "O 'MUfeat. _, .. IaI ..;'jl" .. t tI
( .4 i Tack paper. ,o that, there will b* no I w. >r4perlectly! Rltebleand momey _t to WI If .. .*> If _- I
man London
'' IhOUi4)kffl4)fl17) pa,.;:. ., !leaker,Bipr.or PrefghlAsrentor th. Editor of hIS '_ :r
e poIr
chance<< to,! moths to got Joi; lining flat Tatter,, ',.V ; ,'- u .%?; h... tines.wiwe.4sseth.rwatt'ridv-I.vs., : ; resterF -" --. -
..... .Pack away' winter'' clothing with r't' "F. J 1r4 F 1 erttua any lira TOO ha-ra e-rarnMci or seas at any price.s kaow that yes wtilbu... a-a' '
t'>,' of ,moth bull and newspapers.k ;j, ;' .':'A-t"Irr.PeI.IlL.. ./ .1. l .I./.,.. _..:1 '1. ei't I L ...dIr wh.t.-you. hsconthihiip wmnl a bicycle.-.you...,will.'. tee as't.your) emIer.j :We_,- suuss. ......:.: he !Record is Slijperbly '

.,'tcka or pieces of wood to ; ';*;:."Movlngr; InnulfedVaitMlgbbor' as a 1JtJ4.B7J12.RIiP' 'T" :::r.::. ..... .........'-t. ...' = I I '!'
"" leUne.ntotfby: .... ...
uoP.L] It< will "l1Ot' get, furniture Tan stopped In front! of JCerIsef ,jrlotketahrgta BBO i'cId Ihai iNP "If t.'r. o''..... "DBY_.. \. _, .' e iippeitl -to turn out

a' Ls.uf'or attic, and houW. a: "No Indeed1 ispierl.e'eArrrend1'nte / A haAdo.dIIv au ws.sly O"07'QWMJft,1rJ7:! : .;:r-y' W Jr tIf,0II1: upto9,.

:' .. ;3 no l | wtt.beOP\ ;:" to' b I ''''''''JIII'* d1; '''''' 'e uvSythsO= L JGL&GQ & yi3. \ "

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