The Volusia County record
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 Material Information
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: September 6, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00193
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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_VOLUME_ XXI DE 44D; ,, VOLUSIA CO., FLA., JFKIDAY, $EPTE M BfiR,' ;#. "l&tf: 1 NUMBER, 47 .

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-1.iaj ;/t t A iODESTREQUEST. BASEl A MESSAGE''rPOtf''wlARS: ; .
'l, COINS MfflE q -*"_. _'* ii. y\\ : ''i-'JI' 'ti t n S. > I

ColjoneVaill" '8t. r.t and"the'/ Privilege His. Proof That the PUnt-.Was Inhabited TO BE. 1 COLLECTED, ri, Business, Transacted iaf t the ,
;' He Cravtd. .ancl"Clvll/aed.1(", |/ l |

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to tfitBhmgtoni\ to report ''tne'news of Metals and Methods Used In plow straight, and true, butnone the I President' !;" 'W.:" H.. 'MoBrid'e,' 'R. 'U.Bruluke ., OJ

the !.' Jordan :.

bin) tiMk'rolanl' In,tne1 office of General hIs' thoughts were' -''s\"hru\ : : And, so Ufoifa : S :

II. V. nojnton then the militant cor- they were; thy were"'soarlnf( far :Spate, CorapfBollw! \ Croon .has' aept ont i I ,W. H.. McBrldo, 'was. 'duly elected. ;

'q.. b for Infants and Children.. res ipndeut of the Cincinnati Commer-, HOW THEY MAY BE: DETECTED aloft above tIm plow" nnd'' the, brown circulars, to( ;Tax Collector'* throughout chairman pro tern.' c I '

I eta earth turned up as to reach Mars. theState| In reference to tlie"uolltlotlon i 'l'he minutes j,of last meeting wereroad "

Castor/la fa A harmless nI>>.tltat.. for Castor Oil' Pare General, Boynton spoke out in meet- The previous evening Bbeneser' had of occupation license trader ''the recent I sat approved. I 'j'
gorlo. Drops and Soothtnll8)'J'ups.' It Moowant.' 'It Ing lIe laid thluga tabout statesmen attended a lecture at the village school I The tol1owwg'road and bridge reportswofu .
Spurious Coins Cannot Stand the revenue the Legislators .lID ad. '
eontallUJ Jlelther Opbun. Morphine nor other iarcotIoprnbstanoe. tba : made the sta tes'mel1 Hv room on "The heavens and what,the tUon submitted.Uistriut .
'It illostroysforma and allBY 'evciisueni hal personal encounters angry. with Thi-eo Tssts of Weight, Diameter and lecturer had said about Mara bplug ,lo-i dltlpa to licensee which have! heretofore/ No./llj)I .Repairs ,on Qatsea.. ,\

It cures DIGnl100a and WIJRL Jolle. .It tellCveTeeth4tU. SIng many Tblokn...-Gold Pisces That Are. habited profoundly Eben. been collected for parrying' \ Ibu\ l. anil UnterprUe: $ road.. .
pat -IMs whoso feelings had been ruffled Impressed ,,
Troubles and cures CoostJp .tlon..It,"ula.teJt tbq/' '" ,. Sweated, Pluggid or Filled. eztr. As he mechanically guided his nest the following businesses are added )liistriot No. 2 and 4. No report. \
Eltom.RCh'and J3oweL glttng'healthY' nnif '!1atnn.r alee No. 3. ;to to .
Uistrlct bridge
Repairs .
!thoChUdreA') Piuacea-The Mother's,. j'rlen.\I.\, cIehntght! a man>came Into Boyn- The most; dangerous counterfeits pro horses and !his plow something/ struck to !the list and which In the pat have tlio! amount of !1(9.00. .,. ,
:' that bo him suddenly on tho bead, and.he escaped the occupation tax, 'The Mno'lnt'' j
TheJ: ton si office londiy proclaiming strnck from a die and are usually ImitAtIons m..trlotlu.. /! 0.: Repairs to' Turnbull '
nd..Y01L1Iai AlwayaLBbiiglit shoot Boynton. The genera dropped senseless to the ground. A 1 U pimply,;.the-' State Jlcenea. '
.. : )Inttfitdedrto of gold coins. Molds of various \ Fifty per Iriilge, and Hose Bay. and Spruce Creek: .
of grabbed a chair bent the Intruderov kind used I balloonist passing overhead hud accidentally .or ,half 1"IDQC" .IDQI'O,. must,be1, Oil'and on New l Smyrna:: and Oak lUll 'j'
BeaM thfr are extensively but
ematura .
'i \. T the head with. It knocked him dropped an empty whisky.bottle oddpd for the county' proportion:, road,. '
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do4'n and threw bins: out. All this time counterfeits' so, undo .are Inferior to upon EbonoKur's fortunately thick Machine'; and repair: shops for public I. The: Clerk is hereby instructed to lute .

.. terret sat at his desk looking on injrett those made ",1Ib.11 die. skull. When he recovered:: con lous.neRe s a duplicate witness oertifloate I to .
\ ..-._,_c, amazement. In counterfeits made from a mold the balloon bad l passed out of sight use $10.00 W.I V.' Purdom for *J.OO and oanoeU. old, ,IOIIrtlfiov.te

S.;, rII I' rf ll'r ., I When, the, man landed In the gutter lettering milling and reeding Are usually but the cut on his bead and the blood Mitnafactorlee. of candy I 0.00 .

,... ) Storret came timidly over to Boynton. poor and weight defective. The stained bottle at his feet remained. !Manufactories of sash door or No objection having. been filed with i
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.- t 1'O"neral." he said "being a new band coins lack the sharp and clear cut appearance Ebouezer gasped In amazement and bllijds, : J85.00 the| Board of County Commissioners to I '

I In"'Use For' Over r3o..Ye. rs;,; here, I don't know the practices of this of genuine coin. Most counterfeIt awe as he gazed all around the wide Shipyards\ .' marine, railways or dry the opening of new road from near Oak ,
Shiloh tbe Ishanuby
..w.....,.. ..M...... ... .. ..!..." .F < ,L.. ; Office, nor the customs that pertain' to silver coins circulation are brown fields and the blue sky Above. docks 88.00Ojwnera Hill postoulce declared to : ,road same the. '
f.1tJ a public along
: F. r \ Washington correspondents and I made from molds as It Is an Inovpon- Then he picked U[> tl>9 bottle and I or managers of slaughter following{ muts I and ,bounds, to wit tbtarting

./ "didn't want to Intrude. Now that I lIve form of counterfeiting. Some fair smelted at It anti\ at once deserted bis pe'VI 15.00. at a point on the present county

have seen what has happened I trust specimens have been produced In this team In great excitement nnd set off Street hows, or carnivals, for each road from the railroad station at Ualc >

professional Carts.) 3 will allow me a question?" way, but usually they are much lighter posthaste for the vicarage. tent Hill I toward, New Smyrna: said point/
---- ; ojcB. PEACH LAND. 1 ahead" said Boynton. than tbe genuine and If of required "I mun toll vicar Mu.rs be 'uablted or ,other structure ,and for: each being about three hundred xand lorty .

JAMES W. PERKINS, jSFOR SALE OH EASV> TEEMS! -'.. iou 1 {When the next man comes In. would weight differ In diameter or thickness.\ right enough" he muttered "Civil day 500 feet from the section corner: between .

::- t too forward if I should crave the Various metals are used by counterfeiters .. teed, too; they drinks whisky."-Lon- Theatrical ahowi or traveling players sections 6 and tI, 7 and 8 tp. IK .r. 30

$10.00 to $100.00, PER." ,AC, REBM rlvllcgo of kicking him a few times In principally platinum silver don Express. and minstrels, other than those taxed as East from said point in a southerly

ATTORNEY and LAW COUNSELOR-AT- I < Pucb Section..la.the.BUUS. -.... honor of the sainted Confederate copper, brass, antimony, aluminium, circnaeev" for each performance 25,00 dueotlon to a point near the intersection '
'dead?"-Saturday Evening Post. zinc metal lead and their of the' Pablo Rosette Grant and
type numerous Traveling picture events 10,00
:- ,A. BAKER. ,. ,-. .Seville Fla compositions.Among thd sw corner of the Me'/. of the se% of ._
DeLand Florida. Photographer itinerant 1000 thd swl-4 of section B tp. Iii) sr. 30 feast:

Will Practice, in .State, and Federal "* W. C."CANNONS'- REMOVED() AT LAST the most dangerous; counter. How Flat Watches Took Plane of the Undertaken and embalmera 15.00 tbd same being In a straight line, thence
Courts : felts of gold coin are those of n com Old Time "Turnips." Watchmakers; and repairers of nearly South: about one quarter miles. to,

The Figure Did Not App.ar In the position of gold, silver and copper. point on the old County Road, from
When the neat man takes unto him jewelry 5,00 a
& v Livery.! Feed audSaIo.tabjps! They are a low grade gold], and tbe .
STEWART ., BLY :, .' : ; Final Sat of Prawlngs.'A self a watch as thin as parchment he Bank, bankers, persons, firms or winch point the road is nearly straightto
.' < -.- :J V acid test shows they lack tho finenpsn Shilob.
Fine Fashionable Turnouts candidate for the royal engineers little thinks that that thin watch ,results brokers
of standard gold used by the United doing banking business The Clerk is hereby instructed to notify
A'l"l'ORNEYSTL, I nu. m ;.. tlhinlt, :;; J C. L. Depot. some years ago was told by hIs Instructor States mint which Is 000 flue, or 21.in from army regulations.f whether incorporated or not with a the Clerk of the Board of Harks meet morning and afternoon F. E. to draw up the plans and specifications p to the time of the. Allies taking
carats. stock if less of Lake that the
Those counterfeits capital not than 30- County
\ r.Office in Bank Building, DELAND. c. Ry. trains nt Orange/ City,. and nlbt for a railway viaduct to con- avcrngo Paris the ordinary watch vyia convex |
Branch office over Po tofJioe.DAYTONA trains at.DeLand Junotlon. (U. H Mall feet 'two high hills between which from 400 to 800 flue. Plutlmim coun. In shape and called from Its outline a 000 3800 County of Vulusla would pay the sum I
both routes-Hack. *meet boats at Beresford terfelts are dangerous. as tlie metal I Barber shops, one chair $300, of $12.50: per month for one-half the .
ran a small stream. "turnip. The officers of the Russian
Gentle horses. and csretul drivers. salary of Ferryman at Volusla and also
Fish used gives required weight and '
Cary D. Landia Bert Fla. la due "course an excellent set of they anti other armies objected to this because each additional chair .00: one-half of the cost of repairs to J
Phone DeLand pay
LANDIS A FISH 3. S drawings was presented, one showing are heavily gold plated When they Its bulbous form made the'uniform Bottling( works and soda water lighter, provided that Lake County .
-- have been In circulation for a tlnio the '
the bridgeIn Its completion wltb a of a man on parade look untidy. taqtoriea 80 00 would do the same.
ATTORNEYS AT-LAW and COUNSELORS- 1 Insure with us. 'sketch .of ,the surroundings and on plating wears off, especially on the whether It were carried In the coat or Carriage and wagon factories, in Bauble Marsh Jr. is hereby grantedthe

(> which sat two men with their legs edges tho fob. In Tarts, however they found right to close up road. through his
is the time.
Now eluding repairing 8.00
hanging over the side. Osblng. The The most dangerous counterfeit of that the watchmakers of the Palais five-acre lot on road leading from Port (
DeLand Florida
silver coin Is made of a composition of Job printing offices, running by road.
Will Practice in State and Federal Spot cash for losses. drawing was returned with the request Royal had contrived a chronometer Orange to DeLand-Uaytona
Courts. that the men be removed from the antimony and lead the former metal which got over the difficulty. power 8 00 Thu Notary bond of Cba }'. Burgmnn .

Special facilities for examining and t.1 should be protected. bridge. predominating. These counterfeits are Plat watches were the fashion In Launches, ateam. electric etc., for was duly approved.
.. of the dollar, have a fine The revolver bonds of J. IL McCarthy
perfecting land titles. '" Upon receiving the paper the second Paris. The English they appeared or public use 8.00
R you insured ? : time the professor discovered that hIs are heavily silver plated] with fair In tho streets of the French Agents for bicycles and type Fred Taylor and J. IL Gunter were .
L. McCRORY ring, and some are only slightly below approved and the clerk was instructedto
J Instructions bad been carried out, but capital marched In not In gala dress writers 10.00 issue license therefor. .
1 Every company reliable/:? -v + 'that the ,two men were seated on the the standard weight such as the others ,,'ore. but In the Agents for claims
steamships, eteam The following pension were
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .. II i'i bank of the ,stream still In quest of Some pieces among the smaller coln raiment which they bad worn on cam boats 35.00 examined and approved, to wit Jamea
{ I are made of brass struck from a die
\h&does you pollcy'expire ? representatives of the finny tribe. paign. Great was the Impression Architects Barber James P. Vass, William A. Fin-!
and when heavily plated] are fnlr Imitations 23.00/
'Again was the paper returned. and which their habiliments created, but ney, Henry L. Brown and John Rowe.
DeLand, Florida. h veur" policy"Inffort: y j J J this time with' positive orders to re- Tbey lack required weight they at once adopted the smart flat Chiropodist 10.00 The Criminal! Court cost. bills were

SiU:;)y. Wright S. B. Wrlihl Jr. !Imove the men from the drawing alto- except In a few Instances, Counterfeit watch and brought It back to Englandfor Civil Engineers 10.00 examined and approved for the sum ofr.2tJIj
& WRIGHT, Telephone number sixteen.. nether. Imagine the consternation of type metal lead and other compositions our own manufacturers to copy.- Dealers in'curios 5.00 $ and the clerk was instructed 5

BRIGHT HON INSURANCE AGENCY I which overspread the features of the are much lighter than geuulue. London Standard. Proprietor or proprietors of each to issue warrants to cover same.
Those having! required weight aro The treasurer. then hi.
ATTORNEY3-AT-LAW. the presented report ,
Instructor receiving f
: i learned i upon garage (ot keeping automobiles {38.00
-- -- -' much too thick. for the month of August, with his
NOTARIES PUBLIC i papers for!.a third time to find two A Ready Answer.When :Dealers in ,
t.{will find UH at ,: 'little and tombstones with appropriate Genuine coins of all kinds, for the George l-'inncls Train was giving oleomargarine or bntterine Looks and accounts, which were duly
Office at Telegraph Office. S situated near the sake of gain, are tampered with In various evidence before the metropolitan\ wholesale,) handling original packages examined and paid warrants were ordered -

DEI.AND, FLORIDA. Stetson and DeLand. i epitaphs ways These operations are confined only 80.00 destroyed.
'... bank of V>e stream. lib orders bad board of aldeiuiou of In favor *
E. ALEXANDER, been obeyed and the men removed ali 1togetber.London 1- almost exclusively to gold coins, of his schomo for laying tramway\ up Mental healers 1300.00 Statement. Revenue balance reportsGeneral i/f '
J which are sweated plugged and filled bill noble lord his Oculist permanently located 10.00 ,
Answers. Lndgate a among
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i Sweating I Is removing a portion of interlocutors suddenly fixed the old Oculist traveling is.00 .. .. .. ... 84988 '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Sandy and the Mare. the /gold from surface of coin. The pioneer with his monocle and said: Optician permanently located 5.00 Disbursements . $1,710.69\

K' 'Brush Shop !! A Scottish paper tells u story of Sandy process docs not Interfere with the .'!\Ioy I-ah-ask a question Mr.-ah Optol| traveling 15.00 Balance Sep. lit .. 6,522.00\
Office In Block.- :
DeLand Florida.! / .' Moa Forfarshlre farmer who ring, and as the portion removed IM generally -Train 1""Tbat Osteopath 10.00 Special Road and '
slight tbe coin Is left with avery Is what I am here for my 1 balance ..
wo In Bridge 5,241.03Receipts
had been spending an hour or ,
Will Practice in State and, Federal '
Ferrying 25.00Peddlers
Courts : .i, ROLAND I ,- ,, J4\. A 4 I I tljo evening with a friend a couple of 5 fair appearance weight only being lord" he replied. and passengers hawkers or of merchandise .. .. ... 37.05

miles It a moonlight night defectUe. The principal methods "You know of course, how very nar- Disbursements ,.. 8,24195 .
away. was
QIC. (*. A. DAVIS Everything) in Wagons, Bugg1ea.Carta. and Sandy, after partaking freely of of sweating arc the acid bath, filing row Is I-uilgate Mil. Suppose that not otherwise enumerated specifically Balance 8ep. 1st .. 37.05
etc., manufactured and repaired in
BhoTjMn1": *Vcty"best-workmanship my -bla. friend's hospitality, was riding the edges or reeding tho operator find- when I go down to tbo Mansion Rouse herein. 100.00 tine and Forfeiture ..

PHYSICIAN"ANETSURQEON, known.. ] across.the sheep pastures Ing a profit In the small quantities of In my cnn-l.iKO: one of ray horses should Plantuoer\>> 8.00 Fund balance .. 4,443.02
Oulv men.employed qul.Uybome,
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'IWI? DEL FLORIDA.- gold reroo\eil from numerous pieces. rails and break his Receipts 195.10
AND. "
slip on -
and flnt-class work turned otftr: I have .,n his "guld auld mare. when they your photographers, permanently locajted {
Office at residence Indiana avenue.. ately.added to my p'ant a : srae to an open !ditch, which bis mare The average reduction In value of leg would yon pay; for thehorset". / 5.00 Disbursements Balance let ..". 674.60 S ,.
Court House coins subjected to these is flash. Sep. 4,063.58The
I ''refused protesws The reply came like a "My
Office Hours 9 to 19. 9 to 4. and 7 to 8. to orosa.fc from one-twentieth to one-tenth. Board. then adjourned to 7.30 a.m..
: convince that
f; said the rider, lord If you could me -
I ;; L ;"Hoot awa. Maggle'f This hot weather will probably cease September 3rd, 1907. .
Plugging la done by boring boles in horse would not bave fallen If the
VIDA Z..BAERECKE: JI. D. jj'thls?' wlnno due. Ye maun jlst gang your Board reconvened September 3rd 7.30 '
]MRS > .tiI' / .' .Ower." the coin, extracting the gold and filling rails had not been there I certainly. nqw in a week or so. Last Saturday, AU !

o .- I J *.. ', ;;r, ,1 I ) ii; j i 3> He turned back about 100 yards, tire cavity with cheaper material. The should pnynl1rper'Vee ly. Bandar and Monday were as. warm days a.The m. Electric present.Light and Ice Company ,

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ;wheeled round i and gave the mare a larger coins-double eagles] and eagles as,we have had for the summer, the of DeLand are hereby granted the rightto

\II oncb of his whip On aha went at a (twenty and ten dollar pl"ces-nre) Tit For Tat. mercury; in tbemometors on porches construct and maintain an electric

Office on East New York Avenue risk canter, but on they reached the used for this purpose. The small "A United States senator" said a going up in the 00's every day. light line along Spring Garden avenueto

DELAND, i'loORlDA.DR. edge of the ditch she stopped dead and surface of the plugging material young physician, "addressed the class New York avenue to city limit., all

I ihot: clean over to' the other where It shows on the edge of the coin I Tvns graduated from on ourcommenop-" main-line polls to be placed on same,
Sandy :
Vide. la covered with gold and the reeding mont day. lIe ndvlsed ostn, tblsj 1 ad- I Efr onion Loir1 ItaUs frem'JacksonTllle slile of street.

5} Gathering himself up. Bandy looked retouched with a file or machine. dross to bo broad and generous In our via A. C. Line. On motion the Board then adjourned .'

HOMEOPATHICTPHYSICIAN1.' :'bla mare straight In the face and said: The average loss In value to coins vIews He said be once saw, two famous to first Monday in October 1907. !

f' ""Vera wool pitched Indeed,' ma lass. treated In this way Is from one-eighth physicians Introduced' at a re- $3B.S5, Saratoga Springs N Y. Stop. .
Office Second Door- South of Fliher'Di'ugStore.5 to Coins of this kind deservedly famous. 10 N. '
; one-sixth. are ception. They were over days Y'Clty return
to ower
>" *' nut boo are ye gotn' get yerThe There will be
....'" ..",.. S very dangerous as they are perfectIn but they were ,:of opposing! I ing. lassIe Sept. 8. 8, 7, final a big celery growing i
... OFFIOK$ Hooas00. to 12 a..m.j.' ;.-.,':J\ tq.u 1\ 'S appearance, only the edges having schools and tho regular, 'nS he. 'shook ,limit Sept. 17th, limited, to Oot. Industry down on the St. Johns near -II

and t to..8 p. m. ; l" been tampered with the otbeby the band sal. .aottly: : 4th for 100. Bere forJ the coming winter. Artesian ,J
-- well
S DeLand- --gloQR. &.-' have been had and the land is being .
--- = Filling Is most commonly done by "1 am glad to moot youaji, a, gentleman t2 .OO 'Washington, D. O and return put In order for the and there ,

JOHN",,REEVE, y ft 1ANfl f4'ATT ., i Story ora dlefne. sawing the coin through from the edgeor sir, though I cao't, ..admit' ;tat oo sale Sept.' 8. 9, 10, 11.. final will be fortunes made in crop the business, ,;;c

COLtYTIIW SETTER Its name-""Golden Medical Discovery* needing removing the Interior portion you nro a physician/ limit 13 day, extended to Oct. .wuu-. ..
: and It with met- And 1.* said the "honfoopathlst, 4th for 50 cents.
was suggested by one of I its moot Important replacing a cheap
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,.1!i ban set < Tires without Golden al. faintly 'am glad to 'meet yon ( and'
yon taking and valuable Ingredients- Coins of all denominations from smlllnz 133.70 Richmond Va., return on

Office in store recently occupied by wheels front vehl le. We take out*no Seal root. quarter eagle to double eagle aro subjected as a physician; though I can't admit sale Sept 8, to 11, final limit 1
: bolts rub no paint or burn felloes Dr. Pierce discovered Women as i Well ,as Men .
Dr. Mellettc., Residence 40o!! West your ,. Nearly forty years ago, to this process. When platinumIs you are a gentleman. Sept. 18th.!! ]
with hot tire.' Come and it work he could the of
a see that use ,
by pure
NewYork Ave.DeL.and : .' used to replace gold extracted the ,
$18.25 Nashville Tenn. and .
return Are Made Miserable
and yon will I never have your Tire% sethofaxala. irlpJ .reOned glycerine, aided by a cer- by
Florida. .. &- tala 'C degree of constantly maintained coin has same weight as geuulue. By Parnell's Apology.Mr. on sale Sept. 91, 33, 83, final
this process coins lose four-fifths of rnrnell. on April! 10. 1878 characterized limit Kept. !doth..
Thanking yon for your patronage:in heat and with the aid of apparatus and Kidney Trouble.. "
V. H. tho past and hoping a continuance in appliances designed for that purpose, extract their value. as the original surfaces are : a ntntonipnt. mnJe.by Henry Ill*,00 Florida Day at Jamestown Ex1 .

the future, I remain from pur most valuable native medicinal left only of paper thickness. James as "a Jegal quibble") worthy of I position,_on sale Sept,, 23rd final 1 1
Yonrs to roots, their curative properties :When edges have been covered with the honorable and learned nemiefrom I limit 10 days, tickets good In S Kidney trouble preys upon the mind' d..... ",
S ; I serve, much better than by the use of alcohol. It courages and lessens ambition beauty
VOORHlsa SCOTT HOOCKINS.PATENTS gold andTreodlng restored the coin bas whom proceeded. Pullman ears.' ." ; vigor ,
so generally employed. So the now world- the of "1 must Inform the honorable mem ..'C'uiJ. ; and cheerfulness soon
appearance being /genuine, having For farther Information write, Frank 1
P. 0. ,
I Ig21 famed "Qoldon Medloal DI800verrfor ,, disappear when the kidneys '
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the "thnt an expression
ber. sftUl\
size and and
correct weight a fair 64
Boylston,. District Passenger' Agent I '
the cure of weak stomach. Indigestion" or I are out of order
qrjQt I I-1\ -dT pep f I" torpid liter I orbllloJsneo and ring. ", Sometimes the covering of gold of thnt kind Is unwarrantable A lantlo\ Coast Line,' Jacksonville. Fla. S disused, ,
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\ kindred 4 ranlem nca was flm made! aesa on edge. I Is so thin that filling can be .and must be withdrawn. Kidney trouble .has .
-_._- ...a'1 I s4arrBl( hsi n.wUbauI&par1cle. distinctly" seea. When other and less Mr. l'arn.clJ'> apologized for having\ 1' 'SS become so prevalent 'S. .

ALFREDOW RDI" jl d alcol t.a maup hat, of costly"" IIlIIng'' tbon' platinum Is used flied the oxpro alol1.-'U.wUl. say," beadded 1 ] that H ls not uncommon .5.
4 A glance II Better to W.i It Halsey. .
p.SURvEYoR AND DRAFTSMAN .4oVrm; botlewTsppsr'will coins are of light. weight end have abed ( "that ttia-vmatement! was )more Mora child to be bora
Show that It la from the mostMm rlng.i Jf of correct weight they worthy V the'''WrfemJrty'bf'' fy' f: iesslbns -- I DeLand.? Flu. I' r '*afflicted with weak kid-| ,

''Ya ablllllledlcinal cued jvowlng too thick attorney,than'of' '*' lawyer; of the i F L oj,neys. If the child urtn. S.,
z-4 nt 's CI hi AloaD f_ are, IDeas Sir A. ten-year-old Inu ., ,. ,,,
lfl ) .11' Another method of filling Is sawing, : aplllty of .tb-.honorable',and.i!.. *d boy coma at. too often. If the '
S Ie acalds the flesh
yaI atlas If '
bay. .tf o ". attorefotaqaertof whU ,pJntand or when the child
MICHIGAN AVENUE, DBLAND, FLA. and are still In th.Ie.d. Th.Ir ab.olstsc.rt.nty the colupartiyin two from'edgc of I gentleman. d at id: ''Tbe ore Mochas; an age when should be able to, .
pIOllIA.tenllDe."oew :
otrowth.th.Iru.comisoIyar5e reedln"on: one side leaving thin control the passage. It to yet afflicted with .
V"OLU8IA COUNTY, ABSTRACTINI'lIMTlUINT .. beutu1 yteldi a.ri odeUcIouretaba, ske&hemtrdabl. .n and t\llc\ ,, ortlon. The thin side of : ;'Didn't Mean I It-;., '"' 'lae., a n't they. Mr.--Knight In bed-wetting, depend upon HV the cause of I I .

: and T4TL8JNSUR.ANCCOMPANY. S i.,4 the io pculsrWh.r. the.cola. I U ,turned bACk anil the gold (Magistrate '4dlsj'har( lntf .prisoner idgbtown, Maine. the .dlOlouIty Is kidney trouble, and the first ;',
if: .. 5ol,1_ b sU.deaI.rp.. I extracted< I from center of thicker portion. Now, then I 'would advise you to !keep "Are they'' what brought1' yon here;" step should be towards. the treatment of ,

Bert Fish '-: .. ,. A .& (V. a OR so.ruqeest. .! >,Tbecavity. is filled with base away from'' ball oml>any. 'Pt1 onotfjellngIY.rt'lIl1l1k.'y at kefl th..merchant,.i"Yea; ma laid get' Important orrans. "This unpleasant "" S ', <:i
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President, Cary Sec f and :JTreas.Titles .. S. 5It7SS. Ni. by postal card, orMtlMDootor motal and sides pressed back Into original ( > a"IP'I''You won't a taart of whltet' ,and I'vecoiJq for the trouble kUneyj .and due bladder to a diseased and condition to of tho .., .

as above. position" nnd 'soldered'' or braxedtogether. seem here againLondoa Tit-Bits c te "'pot. -' a .habit. as..'
S : let-gallons paint. most people suppose. -
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Inured It difficult to"g\rtf averg S '
r_ S Abstracts furnished-and titles)perfect, .., w.womv7 otMuU.BAd Foreign schixle o puegoe1 1$ W1h e found loi.4eoins, treatedIn.this man-; I .. ., Qr.a ......... That boy'11 be a man before bit mother. Women' with a*kidney well 'as and men bladder are mode trouble. miserable 4.

ed. Maps Plats and Blue Prints Sup- ner;'as htlruly' any two seen have the ''IIost-.W .Old/ you,, :write, sll, onr, I, I:1l'onl'lltru1y' '' to aridboth.' .- neodth."um..CNatJlenledy.r; .".

plied. ,.d1"1 i I. are advised note same. amount of gold,) tnkon from them. IfOllltR.tbllt, this., Is tob,,, aH"errJ, tll. FWIvo&Co, '. mild and the, Immediate. .enact: .. of v ,
Opposite Volusla County Bank.VD fir1 for *Sure of above mentioned fdrmol affair Hostess-:-So I'd be 3'W Fisher sells point." -- t1..oon I' "
our p. realized. It sold
For detecting counterfeit coin compare Is '
J i.o dt all :;
DE 't I'L amCITZRL W..se.nut for the sure Cat > .nr.
ial and throat affections.ifoVeatf'eoHsuini Impress, size: I weight ring and safe 'tt bo tOe.' ,1. best1' "drowed' .. -rTt woman" .. : ( (' ; ./ -, .If
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ESTATE AND iINSURANCf general appearance with genuine coin h.te.e, ;;" -: I '" :" !' ".t' ;
/ er. OF 't. ,. ', 1_ 'Of lUea. You havsariipU .
mod !,skMoJi oi loVsnUcn fi thrQstin5. may a
or photo .t period<1 nnd coinage. The three T* Hit Sprlags Arkv
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oa VAtontaMIlk*J Fnr frv book I bottky by Imd' ,
<>Bi rnenp:1lirperiy tests of weight diameter and thickness l V."Y Plall" 5'I {( It
J treated era .341 Id termloat. should be applied, for-lt'W III. I bo Six Seasons Oirl-Yoo ..1Io'm., to nA'mwt-BthlOtJ) 1.., i>d. U., thIrcind IrKs slap mphj! tleU.,,-_of__ ?
a' H. trip rate..11 be "one fare pins lag all about It, Including many ot the.
HATWARD, most ImpossIble for. the oennrerfelterfa amrry'yon. Can't you one mytnawerIi i4.00 from''alK point t,. ,the'"Atlantic thoosODds 4t .Usttmonlairtanan.teeahrad'l. J '

-. City Property a Specialty. He writes I4Ir&1 I IiIn comply with these, threaltestaiwtttiottt I !) my facet The lion.. Bertie], (aheett1 Caa",I... 'JIoI eprt.ge.Ar.jhj. .. t< 5P'fSflIaUId"ll! l' J< gr. Klllnerlt*

( for the Aetna, "The leadlngf'Are Hasnranoe ; GA-SNOW puLl943 ylv&i % nlna fjciunUio! metnJ-Co\in.terfe' [ \ >t Ij1))-Yes., 1);'!!, very. ,plain.! I -.Londoii, m ikes the role,. from J ok onrille3n.M., :. tath&mIOllo. .N Y, V sure oadr"
Tatler. T le'rtftnrd' llmlr' ''b-Q' ? tlCrntltlWIu'' ,4 '.
company of, .Dlerl ...|uat lth,t ,J.r: hUlItM".r7Ao.It ; Jiont.wk.; lOUt.Ire bu' "
few fire companies now ".' popular In OPPOSITE US' CUT .M'FlWA&H1MCTON.O.C. 15 sdVases4 .teem ''No madIelus will. : any relQe
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3an i'rauollloo.CaUfcnhla.I'; t wUl care the treotUms hat> Iea up WpQceuinpuua n Conmir In. flnr. Dallying/ !. emote!,:; iith1uo'nent; ."and hua1aIp"pi'd'!'.. : eq write, to Frank, c. BorUton, Di I4. iljf'the'' name. Swamp-Boot K.11o*,* :,k;.

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VOLT week for- a visit with her ;
The friends of! Judge';! Isaac Langhman. ,,., ',6 Watts & Miller CO.-
l DeLand are urgent DEPUTYKURTZ OF INTEREST WAFTED TO 'MoCory'of\Deland\ ; .
Stewart 9> ? ; 1TO Judge J/ Lee i (Incorporated) .'"
Kuterwl In the Postofflos DeLand', FU in their''demands that he make THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS was in town latter part of last week on

.. second 01...... matter.. .. the. gubernatorial..race. .T hey CORRESPONDENTS." official business. HARDWAHE.FURNITORpliDERTAKINGSee '
judge that should he be Pistol/ Fell,r and Exploded, Ball / Mrs. O. H. Mask left first of the week

*Proprietor. rightly < for an extended visit with her daughter .
II. E. PREY ATI, Editor.: Pierson.Robert \
N elected to fill the governor'schairIB :passing/ Through Body., Mrs.'C. O. Herring in Americas, Ga.:
us before you buy your i
would< ,make .an,executive, of, ," : 0,- Jones Is at home from We are pleased to note that Mr. .

Billy Lamar has three opponents whom the whole state would be His Death., Deplored by the People Macon, Ga. Henry Andrew. Is .slowly convalescingafter HOUSE FURNISHINGS .( t;
to contend within his lie is '" I about six weeks' attack of typho
most justly proud. an em- : 't bIVohisia'County.a Archie'Powt'll of Little Egypt carried ,

for re-election! ,to Congjress; from. nenfc-oitie.lawyer and statesman __... _. o.' 'T his beet girl to buggy ride Sunday. malaria.. WE CARRY A VERY ATTRACTIVE LINE OF. .. ,r ,
-I Mr. Whitcomb, of DeLand, was In and KED CROSS J
the Third, District. in the henrted citizenof SUITS. MATTINOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS ., 'w.
profoundly .yersed. Riley Gnees, a noble
-, ; : Popular/ Official and to Have Been town first of the week putting down
affaire of the'iommonwealtb ..Wwitli' Emporla, was snrallzing at this place MATTRESSES .
I well at T H. Prevatt's new home. He *
Sheriff of the W?,
strides Next County.
Saturday I
: China is making great ; M*>MHBMHBMMMMM
.tha:will and! determination will several more down here lateron.
toward reform ;not !>the.least* of of all the J. R Bradshaw, Jr., and his nice little I pat Red. Goods and Rugs a Specialty Whits Frost Is the Refrigerator. i
; t welfare
io ,act for the Charles M. Knrt, a brave, fearless, wife of Emporla were in town shop DM None the. Msrkst'' ,
abdication Try e Mosquito Canopy. bstter.on _
is the pprpaching The friends of C.M.
which .. many our Deputy
, pe ple,) I 10" ... efficient and popular officer la no more, ping Saturday. 5'
of the Empress Dowger.r that.the and the sad of bU sadden death Unrtz were greatly shocked when they
I news F. B. Carlile has been appointed FUNERAL
is not surprising
,,. -- It. learned Wednesday of his sad demise by DIRECTORS't
----- ''nian exacted ball oaet.a deep gloom over the entire woodsman for the Bond Lumber Company :
if itt constituent of a so h its accidental killing near Daytona
; EJx-Goyernor Taylor says Itlcenshlp Volusla oonnty. on Haw Creek. Mr. :3. A. Btlth a graduate
''Ii character' should be insistent Tuesday. In embalming, and licensed by .'
! /;: is all the 'same to the state. ,ofF he ,Deputy Sheriff Knrti had been in the Capt. Peter Holland of Indian Terri. Mr. M. O. Causey, our A. C.L. agent, the State Board of Health, is in _''
Kentucky he would rather,.tee- in their demands that vicinity of New Smyrna on the hunt for tory. touring the State, stopped here month's charge of this department and
left first of the week -
; a vacation
1 consent to serve them in the high- the negro fiend, who. on Thursday last, Saturday on his return home. on will rive prompt and careful
' tify by long distance. ,telephone. visiting his brothers at Portsmouth detail ol thlr
f' attention to
est official capacity. Judge Stew had BO brutally assaulted a Mrs. Walters Edward E. Lee and 1 Ma attractive every
Va., and taking In the Jamestown work.
station south of Tltnaville.e .
near wife of Klsalinmee are here visiting
i of art's friends reside in por Exposition
naval stores industry
\ The [ had-as a prisoner negro who badassisted Ira. Lee's parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. John Funeral Supplies!
,J Florida amounts. .'$10,000,000 tion of the'state'and their nameis In the escape of this Bend, and, Horn. Messrs. W. H. McBride and A. B.

I :; per year,'and this is a pretty legion.'They are evidently 'de- on Tuesday afternoon, started with thle \Mr W. J.'Baker and family, who pectlve Prevatt were boards In in attendance DeLand first of their of the re- Always In Stock.

; good, sum for one industry of a termined not.to take no for an. answer prisoner for Daytona to prevent a moved to Pricevllle lately, moved backto week. Miss Elsa Prevatt accompanied

..' and the Tribune thinks probable lynching by the posse from their former home at Delray, last
State.. her father for a visit with Miss Janie
Brevard nearing New Smyrna banting week.
I actwisely.-Tampa Tribune. Dell MoCrory.
t., MBMHHMMHH. they for the fiend. When Spruce Creeknear Mrs. Aaron Price, a gentle, exen> .
Judging;' by the court reports will, The friends of Judge;' Stewart Port Orange was reached, a plank was plary wife and mother, of Pricevllln, Orange City. The Hobart M. Cable Pianos

Mrs.Eddy's: "Next friends" his county discovered out of place on the bridge
throughout. own especially left Thursday to attend her sick fatherat .making
t.N thinks of -
', have a hard time now picking appreciate. this complimentpaid crossing the creek. Mr. Knrta alighted Oveldo. (Miss Ada G. Massey is the dnly accredited : one ever .corn't

' themselves out from her next him the leading daily from the auto to fix: the plank, and in Miss Ellen Ekman, a bewitching little agent of The Record at Orange ''parlsons between the Hobart M. Cable
r by '
enemies.' looping over, his pistol fell from its lady. from Cromwell, Conn., terminateda City. and will accept subscriptions and Pianos and any other 'Piano. The
of South Florida. There ads for the same. Any courtesies extended -
paper holster, the hammer striking the plank. pleasant outing on the East Coast and her will be duly appreciated.) superiority of the Hobart M. Cable
are prominent and good peoplein The pistol went off, the ball enteringthe hied back here Friday
Rumor has it that the'telegraph Is so marked, that when one
many, sections of the State breast above the heart, passing entirely Honest Nels and Mrs. Pierson, commendable Mr. Dade, wife and mother returned

messenger boys are going to walkout who are persuading the Judge to through the body, cutting the hustlers, are again/ shipping Wednesday from Port Orange and N speaksofPianosItiseimplytheHobert'l

;: Safe bet that they won't go enter the gubernatorial. race, main artery leading from the heart. palmetto decorations now. Stepping other points on the coast. M. Cable. This Piano i Is a delight to \

any faster than a walk from mere Mr. Knrta fell back, blood rushing about through the hammock these Mrs. E. D. Spencer of Camp C_ the skilled musician. The tone is rich

i i' force'of habit. but as yet he has reached no decision from his mouth. He gave two gasps sweltering days is sure whopping large daga has been spending a few days clear and harmonious. Don't think of
r ia the matter; indeed, not and expired. It was almost instant innks.. with her mother Mrs. Freeman.We i ,
, purchasing a Piano until you have
rot seriously considering his death. The following from here attended the are sorry to say that ]\\(1'. Ben uy--' ': '
the Hobart fl. Cable
attacksof and
the bitter L seen
Considering probable candidacy. Stewartnever The body was taken to Daytona the golden; wedding of uncle John and aunt Thereby ia laid np with a lame ankle.

corporation haters'upbn capital made a fight and lost, hems news soon reached DeLand, coming as I t)tellie Dillard. at Lnngren Friday: Mr. We hope he will soon be out again. ".__'0 Piano.

'being invested in the State, been particularly fortunatein an awful shock not only to his family and Mrs. N. L. Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.\ Ida McPheron left for her home J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.

Florida's progress has been, a'' but to his friends here who bad long iVlllonghby MInshew, Mr. and Mrs. F. .n St. Augustine Tuesday after two

i this respect, and should he en- known and loved him. D. Harper, Misses Pauline Gunter and weeks' visit to relatives and fnends J

most remarkable one. ter the race, there would be the Mrs. Kurtz, accompanied by Sheriff Ellen Ekman and B. B. Minahew.

liveliest campaign that Floridaever Turner Judge McCrory and others Rev. W. A. Lowder, most exonptably: here.Mrs.. H. P. Burrill returned last Wednesday JOHN B. WELCH .

From his Oklahoma speech, itIt had.Claude. harried to Daytona that night. the sad filled the pulpit In the Methodist from Port orange where she ,,

; would look as.thoujl'h;' Secretary news reaching here ant 5 o'clock. church Sunday /morning and evening. has been for some time enjoying an ORANGE CITY FLA.

i: Taft and Senator Foraker. were The remains, accompanied friends, Revs. W. Campoell and Hoegearth sup outing.Mr. ,---.--.. .......---.---...--- .
L'Engle who has. never were brought ever to DeLand Wednesday plied the Baptist church Saturday and his
perilously'near together Theodore Demro has sold out
in the past seen anything especially the body being embalmed and pre Sabbath and the Lutherans observedthe blacksmith shop0 Mr. Douglass GROCERIESTOBACCO

' on the Brownville episode.: beneficial to the State or pared for shipment by Col. BIngham of Sabbath with Sunday school and Rhodenhonae of DeLand. He took possession \ AND CIGARS.

her people in local option or DaytonaThe divine service.W. Monday morning and we wish -DRY GOODS SHOES, HATS, ETC.. ETC.-
: It has gotten to a point in Russia body has remained at the home B. Baker, the handsome well- him much success in the business.,

'I. now where even holding a job State prohibition, has caught the on New York Ave., awaiting the arrivalof posted halt owner of the big well! Mr.Jas.Walden writes from Wethers-, Best and Freshest Oan .dGdoo;;;; i iiy on hand and all first
trend of sentiment'of the people the brother from Virginia, to whoma class Groceries for table
equipped naval stores distillation) retortat cold your
as a minor official in an outlying field, Ct., that it is getting quite
:of Florida, and he thinks that telegram was sent Tnesiay night Eldrldge, belonging to Bishop & up there, and he wears his spring over' Country Produce Bought. A. First-class Meat Market In Connection. _

i province is no guarantee against 'State prohibition is bound to The funeral services will be held from Baker and his niece Miss Vera Canon, coat morning and evening. They are: Orders receive careful attention and-delivery' prompt.) You will find my prices

needing accident 'insurance. the Christian Chnreh at 10 o'clock this visiting there from Waycrosa, Ga.. were low the loweJt. Give call.
I come, and that, too, at the first making: their final visits and expect to as aa me a
Hence to be in the morning. The burial will be at Oakdale. ruralizing in this sunshiny air Wednes reach O. 0. about Oct. 1st.
is that' William opportunity. Mr. Kurtz leaves a wife the daughter day. Miss Cason stunning and noted
It reported One of the saddest items we have ever
swim, he has ordered all whiskeyads of Mr. and Mrs. I. Dangharty of fOI: her beauty and accomplishments.
'Jennings Bryan says he will not had for our readers is the death of Mr.
his the Tallahassee Beach, and child, little
out of Daytona one a
candidate for President paper, J. A. Harper and Charlie Smith returned Charles Knrts of DeLand, one of the I
be a four old girl. He also leaves two sisters KLICKER BROS
Sun and has buckled on year
Sunday from their month's out most efficient officers of the law Volnala
that the leaders' his'party do Mrs. T. C. Kreamer of this place,
the armor for State prohibition. Ing North. Now Mr. Harper is up to county bas ever known.: The.body of '
' make the and Mrs. Thomas Snyder of Tampa,,
; not want. _him to race. his in work Mr. Kurtz il.
lie could have done some good and the brother Robert of Winchester, eyes so many things to accompanied by wife Merchant TailorsFour
the catch up, and Charlie Smith "again( holds Sheriff Turner and others, passed
during the recent session Va. Only few years back his brother, I
the Instrument keep knuckling downto through O. C. Wednesday noon. This
from the' northwest
A report
the anti the late Sheriff KnrU, wat killed near
I Legislature joining the ticks of this telegraph approach. sad affair caste a deep gloom over the Doors South from Fisher's
declares that an Indian there Ormond a desperado whom hfwas Corner
saloon faction for the passage of by negro
Each of them gained in weight Harper whole county and a vacancy Is made
: killed himself because his moth- laws throwing stronger restrictions .ttemptingtocapture His nephew, 18 and Smith 10 pounds eating Yankee which not many will care to fill. Mrs.

: er-in-law would not come and around the sale. of red Mr. Will Kreamer, too, was killed by a chuck. Kurtz and other relatives and friendsare Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns
rye, white desperado at Orange City, a few assured of the deep of
: sympathy nlRht, new,
live with him. This sounds like a Price Bros., H. O. and Aaron, and
y. but he did not wish to offend the years ago, while as Deputy Sheriff, he Orange City people. Suit that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all throughright .
; their first class foreman, C. W. Brown,
: case of nature'taking'that'should"j. red nose members of the Legislature and others had surrounded the Shivers of Pricevllle, unbeatable workers, r and through, '

\ '" make Dr. Long go out. of. business and not a word did he say home there to affect the capture of this turpentine manufacturers and competent S Glenwood. Suits well made at prices right' Suits that are a bargain true-

." : : : '. in behalf of the great moral ques- and two other desperadoes, one of whom lumbermen, have shut down their Waiting here. When you appear.
was killed, one captured, the third .
It was reported .that Judge tion. Whether it is from a principle sawmill for a few days, and all hands Everyone seems to be busy at prevent CONSULTATION '
Landis had completely broken escaping. and the cook are now scampering' over No Idlers here. FREE.
( or that his allowance of fod- Charlie Kurd, the youngest of the ,
the straIn'of the woods and bays at the quick route Some of our citizens have been watching .
down after. imposing
der may be, increased that he Kurt boys, was not only a very efficient to see the comet. KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand FloirdaNow I
step, dipping gum, chopping mill and ,
that $29,000,000 fine on the Stan. joins the prohibition crowd, The officer, but as a friend neighbor and still wood and hauling the same. Mr. Bredow has his men at work on

dard Oil Company, but the latest Record welcomes him into the citizen, exceedingly popular, and was the celery farm cutting bay.Mr. .
from his fishing skiff in- to have been a candidate for Sheriff at One of the nice crowning events of \ Bert Russell Is painting his house .
reports ranks!!, however little his. services next epdn '. primaries Sheriff Turner, this cute dimple nod one to be long remembered white which adds very much to the ap-

dicate that. the fine: did not worry, may .be to the cause. having decided not to hold the offioe transpired at the hajSdsome, pearance of it.

him any, more than it did John D. I longer, was giving and intended to give hospitable home of those never tiringopenhearted A lady came from Defend to look fora is the time to order ,
place to room this winter while she
citizens of Mr. and
Beginning ,with the first, day Mr.:Korta his support as his successor, ours teaches the school her. < .

The Commission created to investigate of, September the free alcohol realizing 'his superior fitness for the and Mrs. N. L.Pierson, Saturday, Ang81st. Mr.\ J. B. Conrad left on Tuesday fora

the acts and doings of position, having been Deputy under the when they Invited and delightfully short visit North. His brother of Simon Pure No.1 Ifor
law' went 'into effect. That
present encnmbent for the past five or entertained a large number of friendsto Daytona went with him. ;
the Trustees of the Internal Improvement means that every "person who i is six years. celebrate Mrs. Plenon's 63 birthday The showers we are having this week

e Y Fund, will be ready pleased to<,do so may engage in The people of Volosla county will anniversary. This aged couple are pious, are fine for gardens and groves, but Dot your grove and be sure of a large crop next
.: good-humored folks, upright faultless so good for making hay. winter All the b ;st use SIMON PURE
to report,sometime this month, the manufacture of denatured miss Charlie Kurtz. He was a genial, groves
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wright are visiting
that wbole-eonled man, and had bun neighbors, splendid citizens and unbeatable FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : :
and' it is hoped the; report alcohol without paying, any tax young workers. at their old home In Mass., after
whitewash. dreds of warm friends throughout the being away several years.Dr. ..
will not called
a to the government.It'' occurs ,
; county. His death sad They celebrated their golden wed White Is Mr.
fixing Noolev4groves
brings a very up E. O. Painter Jacksonville Fla.
however,' the parties who have that alcohol. may be made from affliction'upon his family and Intimate ding. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Dillard oele in good order, expecting Mr. and< Fertilizer Co.

been investigated, have had almost anything 'grain, friends., and sincere, ia the sympathy brated the fiftieth anniversary of their Mrs. Wooley down early this season. -.

considerable to do conducting extended by the people to the wife marriage at their comfortable home in Mrs. J. B. Conrad started for MUwsu. T. E.: ARNOLD Agent DeLand Fla.
corn stalks fruit parings, pota- kee, Win.. last week. She will visit in ,
child, sisters and brother. Lnngren on Friday Ang. 80th. 'Mr
i the investigation. and ''of articles that Chicago and other places while
'.' toes dozens ,? : and Mrs. Dillard were reared In Rankin away. __ ..itMALSBY'S
" ---S.-_ Rev. and Mrs:West are going to vlsl
now to waste about the 1.arm. county, Mlos.. and were married thereon '
go ,
' friends south In the State while
i If the Governor call an extra The negro fiend who assaulted a Mrs. '
Denatured. alcohol, of course, is Ang. 80, 1807'and moved to wherethey take their i I vacatlon .oommenoing Dex
; session of the Legislature'he will alcohol'"'Ih at ''has been 'renderedunfit Walters below Tltnsville last week, bas now live 45 years ago. Uncle John, week.,. MACHINERY COMPANY
not been, .
yet| captured. He has been
rr have, doing so, the wishes of as he Is called Is 70 years old and aunt Mr. Geo. UUl baa gone North. It L .
for, drinking purposes. ,It trailed through this oonnty and a negro Unusual for him leave his '
something to
his have Long' Distance Phone 574;
few of the people of Florid Callle, wife, is 68. They constantly -
very ia poisonous the animal system answering his description! was sedn near business long enough to get out of the
' RroW1l1n,friendship and favor
J It means an additional taxa''tion like wood alcohol but retains Palatka Wednesday.' If he is captured' State.< aa: Ocean Street
with their neighbors and acquaintances
of. 975,000 upon the: taxpayers :'all 'of its virtuef for the by the posse hunting him nothing can at all times., hellclI'helr friends are rent C.or B.sale Sproul and'< fixed went: np farther his place south for to Jacksonville, Florida

of the State,..,and this, in.view making of light, heat and power. prvent bullets.hie. body from being riddled by hosts. This anniversary brought together try bis luck raising vegetables The S Portable and Stationary floes
here will miss
rf -,; of the already heavy taxation While .every i farmer is ,free .to S., a batch ,of 60 relatives and neighbors when they want vegetables. his'.garden' Work-ng

under the. Broward 'administra- erect on:; hits! \ a'sjtQl for the< Go where you will over the State andy friends to participate In the festivities Mr.' Waterman went on to< Nebraska plete line carried In stock. Liberal

tion, ,the;:;people can' not stand. extraction. .. 0'IDr ',if rom', 'such I u will find no town of more attractive of that grand occasion. The parlor, reception to visit friends after laying Mrs. Water Term Wlte for: catalog.
and the
l" r or up-to-date appearance than DeLand. dining rooms, were most man's remains' in cemetery .t
Then the Governor not a he Ottawa, Ills. They expect him back
of hi* products" cannot beautifully decorated In yellow. Mrs.
' "i' Indeed -traveling men say it Is the State Agents for the Old da.
,single assurance.,that the special J Dillard this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ware and and Qaaolene Engine
market profitably;it will proba- prettiest town In all Florida WIth Its wore a handsome gold lace Miss Waterman are caring for his home s

session",will' even consider seri bIT be some 'time before alcohol wide, shady shelled street and beautiful gown. Uncle John ,and aunt Callle, while he ia away., ,

, '' 'ously'the measures he wishes making will"become extensiveon homes, shell roads and drives. with the /generoosj{ hospitality of half i a '
enacted into law *"* I -a- 'I century, had spread a most bountiful ,
,' tbe'fJmslbf/the" lountry.even feast for their 60 iruests. The table was I '.
. ,Wants:a:thicken Ordinance
: a small plant.'is .relatively lovely dressed with dainty embroidery, usI3AMOUR .
"Miser Florence Bennet,':Jsleeping'.girlV"of -', expensive and.the operating To the Editor of The Record: fruits and flowers! A table In'the reception
In last week's then 'hall was loaded down with
}s ?,;Iankake.aye a your paper was LIZERS
one'-euccessfoHy an article reminding us not to forget to magnificent presents, silver ware etc ,
Chicago':':dispatch',*1M ifcra..*? today technical l About $411 in gold was presented to ,
education. brush up our yards, flower beds, walks, those old the
good people testifying to
medical i
;'tothin for,, 't
brought city M -- -
etc. for the tourist season That is what high esteem 'appeolatlon In which For 1

;.treatment and also to;escape. the t Mp* ( fi|;t b,e., Wel'; erq' State. we have, been trying ,to do for these they are held by friend. After meet Fruit, Vegetable and
: .... pleasant day thejrnesis departed, wishing I
ofourioospereonawhohavebe 'many..y.. bat bar .not been I
,,ti, army have law requiring railroad tohage very; for uncle John and aunt Callle

!leged hec-,home since she told Only 2 cent.for passenger l successful account of our neighbor* many happy return of their anniversary ,;:f;* Field Crops. .J.Jp'
convereing'with the dead while .' ohlckecs. they; the chickens, doing the and a heart felt desire to be I Iw
of "
rates bole present at their diamond wedding -
cultivating by digging In the
han ,ur i,'T by.f": .,, pal. I J. t
: ,iII'_bBf}ong''tJance.dAMorgd: : \ flower beds, picking off the flowers and.atatcbi.g Major P. and Mrs. Felt and DeLeon I "

t'' ,1,<<>0',pereons,' including. many ; ]The .American'fleet-of battleships the sand over the walks and gold Mrs.presents.Felt of ,Emporium Pa., sent I Following I are Agent"ln Voluala County:' ,

,. ,:; physician1** Ddl'e': ien. i.u.Jwere; ,. to go to the Pacifio.poasti il We hare a city ordinance' prohibiting .i e I = '"2. T. BIBLBY; Deland, Florida 1

'S ". I;iyesterday: wned;>wajr: from the the most formihable ever shown turkeys running at large. I 4on't think Seville l t ; B. r.. BARNEY, PATILLO A 'CO. ,

'N") ,_ 'r Bennett :h ome> }Dfiu;;Be.f'llett by any;"country'on l thii earthsit also there an Is ordinance a turkey In prohibiting the city. .the Then is ,- A. PEBVATT.DeLeon, Springs Port Orange d''
ran J. P.' MACE .
'.hlp'\ .'now It afflicted; with n'reveraalof "" : H ""' nlng at large of cattle bop, sheep and Mr. and Mrs..C.' .;H. Uessmer fin visiting "yudo ....,. Seville : ., .Lake Helen '

,:.:. r:'-mal&4,..* i She:?Jj nnabl/,*d I
.. 1!' Nftall and she,i*.very"weak" tLe.D.Vr, *ilroad:) ?I !W[>;'.'Georgiaf : slur they clean up old'cloths old shoes Mr. Chas. Prloet of DeLand-was In SHADES I F ,QBUBEB-MORUia. Ormond. ,. New: Smyrna 1'
and ', town last. BDW. CO. PUTNAM: A FOWLER:
," .\ '''',herfllntftrane and have pat the 3 and.bnefonrth'kFentrateInteffeot'un; empty-tin cans. Sunday Daytona

I I d ",,,d.li, most'conatanUy.ifor; :; ;,/' .ti' Now,'Mr. Editor( why not'give' as a Merchant Samuel Flowers mad'Pa I vWe, are exclusive agents at eLand ':i.. T. PATIL1X), ': A. P. OUNTEB, Oak, Hill ;jtI
., ; chicken ordinance and then vn can lath a business fait tint of the week.I for,these Porch Shades. Just the thing Oiteen-
f., '. ... .ba# Hot slept';* til 'a hearmgcan-be had by"theIpder have for yeas veranda during the hot sucamee3 III I Do : j
nice clean lawn and Y.WETHn3zaa: .e..oLAWSoNerson
yards of ,' ,
,..., ; < our Mrs, Bath RIohLrdson of Ft. Lander (\
S -f/f'T '; donFte upe4 i(t merii I Mia.. Call at our ,store and .... o ,
u .( \ lot/rd.ya'attd' rajtt, : | ootZtly tki., 11 dale la visiting nor.sister Mrs., B.,. D. examine. .*. .'; ... ,..-* :V ,. p. : ) Holiy, IW Hawks Park j
;" .VoI; : ,.!:: j! ,' :,'-"' $>.;l.1' "ot. the. redaeedtafesailQia4f/. .. \ .J ,, 1, ...YV Baolcnon,. J J. F. ALLEN 4k CO y ,
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I Miss Dr. Dickinson was In town from Jack Lowrie ha returned from .- :. \\, .:$ ,t
a vacation It
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H. Orange ,1,1.1
City Monday. the coast. S. :
'. CLEAAIE; ; SALE I spent on : :,
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.. : Mr.O. B. Pelton was a' Lake Helen Mr.H. E. Z. Clifton was.. north end '.', I ;-.. ,I ., 'ir' : I /,'
ra' .x.d, .: YbY.iwa.ri"s.JYR.ayryy I, visitor to DeLaud Tuesday. visitor to DeLand Monday. .

. Mr. and Mrs.;: John Bengston of Orange Mr.' B L, Hon and 'family returned H*' V'i ,1t ,,. "'t,

Summer !Clothing and Hats City, were Jn town Tuesday. Saturday from Mt. Eagle, Tenn 111/14 b'Uc I

Mrs. L W. Whltoomb'left > I 'Mail, ",.< ,
Tuesday :Mr. Albert Marsh, was, at the county ,, 'f
.- .. ,. ,- ',' for a visit with friends at Lakeland. seat from the south end Tuesday. .. n. ) "rte;; :

ssss sssssssssssss.. DeLand people, away foe'the summer, Mr. N S. ,Ltndstrnm. rand family 'are ...: !
'' f '' will be arriving ,back home now every on a month's vacation up in Georgia.The t""u""u ""' U"I"U''U'''''''''''''''''''''''"' ,(, ''I(
| Now is the af'
Time to Get 'J'
;: Outfit Cheap few days holds r. ,. ;
council It .
city regular '
,. "; .. ; I Bedford Jones was a DeLeon Springs monthly meeting next Monday night .. ... |! THE BARGAIN OF ... ., .
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.I' visitor to the county seat the first. of Postmaster S, D. Barber was at the hb :' ;<
' SUITS THAT WERE-: the week. | THE SUMMER ; :
i : : county seat from Barbemlle on Mon ) ,
: Watch the display window Dreka's
I I i fihi'j t .
for reduction in clothing hats. shirts, day.Sheriff "i'
.1 i
$ 8.00 Now1 $ 5.33 etc. Phone 77. :! Turner and family returned I' :,
i .
.' : 6.67 Judge Stewart returned the first of Monday from a stay on the beach at
$10 00 .Now' $ /i
; the week from a bnaineus trip to Day. ,Daytona. | Straw Hats reduced I

*/ tona and 8t abreeze.Dr. Mr. P. Lake
t" :.{. I" $12.50 Now $ 8.37 George Colby was a
:. .
.. 'V.' ,,<... -41 jll W. J. Harkness and family. are I Helen visitor to the county seat the first

.. i, 13.50. Now $ 9.00 spending! the month at Daytona Beach of the week.Whitcomb.. \ to I,
U< I tats aitapll h I. I / '
? '" illaU.rY $15.00 ,.. I"l *Now "I :HIA $10.00/ occupying a cottaee. 1 the rook well man went 1 i '

." / Miss Ella Hambrick left Wednesdayfor \I np to Seville Tuesday to put wells

H : .tc! r.-, HATS THAT WERE At Kansas City where she remains!I down tor parties at that place. \\50 Cents ;I

; ..... J; I'" I until the 1st of November'Miss : I Mr. S. W. Johnston left Wednesday ;

\ '.. Ethel of t for Asheville where Mrs. Johnston and '
; $ 1.50 Now""' .. $ .47 Motsmger Orange City .
the children are passing the balance of \ atFOUNTAIN'S' 4
..... ... Is staying with the family of Mr. W. H. / ; .
:: : :: : $ 1.00'N'9W. : L$: .47, '.'' Halsey attending the Beelar school. I the summer.

.. The dull summer season, if will
W. W. Powell captain of the Pier" you =I J

$ .75 Now. $ .47 son Mulligan Guards, was/ .at the county call It a dnll season, at DeLand has

: 1 seat the first of the week on business passed, and the busy winter season will .:

I t LY{ $ .3.5.Q' A )j i Nqlv, I nnOb i $ 1.49 Willis Crews one of the old settlers boon be upon ns. """ "..""""___ """_" ..__".."----"""""",,,,-,, )

$ 3.00 Now $ 1.49 of Volusla county was at the county Rufus Brooke the south end County
seat from Tomok" the first of the week. Commissioner, .came in from Oeteen
1 oA ,< .
$ 2.50 Now $ 1.49 Mr. Charles Flowers, a successful Monday and attended September l

session of the Board.
farmer and truckerof_ the Spring Garden .
$ 2.00 Now $ 1.49 section, was at the' county seat Mr. W. O. Watts is back 'from his '

Monday. two months' trip to Kentucky and is
.i Mr. H. W. Mann of (Orlando is visiting looking for more desirable lots upon

.. his cousin Mrs. J. S. May. While which to erect homes. i
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> $10.00 Now $ 4,99 Rev C. of the M.
,, In the city he celebrated this week, his A. Saunders pastor
73rd birthday. E. Church South of this place, and Mrs'

$ 7.50 Now; $ 4.99 Wanted-A good "square" piano for Katie Lansing will be united In mar The Georgia tomato l la selling In the Mias Mattie Bishop went to the beach .

I riage on the 14th inst. DeLand market, the first of the week for a short stay. I
the winter
$ 6.50 Now $ 4.99 season Anyone having such i
an instrument to rent, please address Monday next l is the beginning! or the Attorney Ed Oates was at DeLand I Mr. and Mrs. Regar are np from

$ 5.00 Now $ 2.75 "A. B.", DeLand Fla New Jewish Year. The store of M. Davis from Daytona the first of the week. Tampa, visiting Mrs R's. parents, Mr. .

George Hutchinson has a fine garden< will remain closed that day the family Misses Okie Painter and Helen Mont- and Mrs. J. F. Allen. Mrs. Allen and

celebration the event. revllle are at DeLand from Jacksonville the to Coronado this
STARTLING REDUCTION IN SHOESLADIES' coming in on his muck land north east daughter went
of the city. He Is already bringing in Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Huller who have visiting relative and friends. week for a stay.

fresh turnips and radi lshti s. been for a couple of months occupying Lloyd Miller' has returned from a vacation -I Mr. Neal, Alexander of Alexander &

Mr. W. O. Cannons and family returned a cottage at Daytona Beach returned at Coronado. :Carl at Barber's Baird, orange buyers and broken, returned -
BELTS SKIRTS. home the first of the week.
... Saturday from New York City having the sport of his life "hauling In the latter part of the week from

where they spent a couple of weeks', The DeLand team did up the Daytona sea bass. DeSoto county where the firm Is to

Silk and Leather Linen, Pique, Indian Head going and returning via Clyde Line. team at game of ball played at the latter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Snyder arrived handle a number of crape of oranges

Miss Mamie Lowrie and two place last Thursday the score being from Tampa Wednesday morning to attend the coming season.
Assorted Colors Dark and Colored Wash brothers 5 to 3 In favor of the home team. .
Henry and Jack will ooonpy the second the funeral of Deputy Sheriff

story of the Fisher house, corner of Mr. Cooper Jones, a hustling businessman Kurtz, brother of Mrs. Snyder. Presbyterian Church

I9C. at 1-4 offSUN Bonlevard and Howry moving in this from Bowling Green Ky., arrivedat Con O'Neil the brick mason contractor Sunday school at 9.49.: Preaching service -
DeLand the first of the week to accept -
week. is making rapid progress on the at 11 o'clock.: Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45.
position clerk la the Woodallgrocery
a as
Miss Elsa Prevatt of Seville, daughterof garage going: up on the lot between the The union evening service will be held
( : i School Commissioner Mrs A. B telegraph office and Dr. Hanson's office. In this church. All are cordially Invited.
... LAWNS.... PARASOLS Prevatt, spent several days in DeLnnd County Commissioner W. H. McBride
and School Commissioner A. B. Prevatt Mr. A. D. MoBrlde, President of the

12 1-2c., 15c., 18c. and 20c. Plain White, Embroidered this MaCrory.week with her cousin Miss Janie were here this week from Seville at- Volnsia County Bank and one of the Christian Church

tending the September sessions of their large orange growers of Volnsia, arrived Sunday school 10 a. m.; sermon
and Colored Mr. Mayo Dade, representing Chase respective Boards.A from Rochester Wednesday on a "The Law of the Spiritual Harvest",
..now.. Fancy
& Co., orange buyers and brokers, went largo number of trucks for the short business trip. 11 a. m.; Endeavor 6:41 p. m.

south Tuesday to inspect the orange Prof, and Mrs. O. P. Canon, who
8c. Cannons tram along the DeLand-
= =: : 1-3 off crop prospects in DpSito, Polk and way Union Services
at Manatee counties. Daytona road in the flat woods were have been at Hot Springs Ark., since
The union services will be held at the
the first of June to
delivered at DeLand this week by the went Philadelphiathis
Mr. Charles E. Sparber who is doing Atlantic Coast Line. week to remain there until they return Presbyterian church at 7.80: p. m. Sunday -

a prosperous livery business over at to DeLand the of the Rev. Knapp will preach the ser
County Commissioner Thomas J, latter part
: G.: A. DREKA & CO.PHONE Daytona Beach was at DeLand the first Murray and School Commissioner month. mon. All cordially Invited
of the week. Mr. Sparber and family The trackers throughout the J. W. B. Smith.
formerly lived at DeLand. George F. Crouch came over from the county
coast Monday to attend the September are bogy planting for tin fall crop. You Sec
77 :
Mr. and Mrs. John L. :Nnckols re session of their Boards may not believe It, but the tracking

f. 4t4NM111N+M4MM M444M44444 4M4444444444444444T" 4 44 TM4 4 T44t turned this week from a five weeks' va Mrs, Cndwallader and her daughter industry in Volnsia county l is getting to The Marsh Market.
cation at the former home In Kentucky.
be basinesss with of
Miss Mary have returned from their a big paying many
I the first visit they had paid the old our people. If you want the choicest cnts of Meats
vacation in the North,
Nice rain the first for over a week The DeLand people are preparing for home for twenty-odd rears.' summer spent You should Jim Erlckson if eave your orders with ns. The beet of
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. and making visit at Jacksonville see you
are a
fell at DeLand last Tuesday noon. It the busiest winter season in the history Mr. Raymond Dreka. left yesterdayto before DeLand. to purchase piano talkIng Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
returning to expect a organ -
Chops Sausages. Hamburg Steak
preceded by a very high: wind. of the town.
was resume his studies at Mt. St. Mary's
machine or sewing machine. He fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon
Mr. Arthur CNteen, who has been at
It is said cattle the VoInsia
that the -
attre tine College Emmittsbnrg Md. Raymond eta Courteous attention and
For Sale within THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMM OF his home down at Osteen tussling with keeps the best in the market, and you prompt
flat land ranges were never In better Is a fine little man a good student and delivery.
one-half mile of Stetson University can get either on the installment plan
chills and fever since June to
nearly 8 acres of land onone of the condition. .The. cattle.men claim THE PAST WEEK. Is bound to win his laurels. at that came up If yen desire. Marsh Bros.
best avenues, a !Rood 7-room cottage that the dry J\'eather.madethe..raogell famous school. DeLand the first of the week, and Is
with all its furnishings electric lighted again behind the counters of the Wai' -
100 cent better for the stock, giving
beautifulshrubbery per Local ant Hoel.ty Item Tor the People'sP.per Prof and Mrs. C. R. M. Sheppard are
with ters
city water ample yard Pharmacy.
plant house, buildings for a territory heretofore under water --Blot M.nfcion of last *. spending several weeks at DeLand, before
doves, poultry carriages and horse.A the year.round.The\ catttle growing! going over to Kingston where While we wish success for the new We
(IIa br our Reporter.W. I Baptist school at Lake. City its establishment Expect to Open a
charming residence. 'Good'reasons business 1 lit yet one of the;"principal pay Prot. Sheppard. teaches the coming
for sailing, this estate and personal ing Industries of the county. the native will not affect tbe attendance
property at a bargain and we will havea S Taylor Dentist. school year. They spent! the summer at Stetson, basing our opinion tbs
to E. H. beef sold at our markets Is l an evidence vacation at Macon Gn. upon' REAL ESTATE OFFICE ;
new owner soon. Apply Table board. 41 Rich Ave. large registration already had at Stet
Hayward. of the flue condition of the the stock. County Clerk Sam D. Jordan and
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.jlCmbrotdery son for the coming term. It is decidedly
---- I family left Wednesday for Asheville, larger than for corresponding date In the Room Next to the Bank
.. -. -" ''Is, I; one-fohrth off at Dreka's. N. O, where they spend the month of any
in In the history of the institution. -
\ years
Phone 77.Anumber. September. Messrs. Ben Fish and Roy .

of the public schools of the Hamlin will be in charge of the Countyjerk's MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th
Contractors Cannons and Long have
SOUVENIRS NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES county will begin this month ( office while Mr.Jordan Is away.
I certainly had favorable weather for the
:. The handsome new Watts home on If yon"' don't think business Is hum grading and hard surfacing of the De- If you have property you wish to sell,

Minnesota Ave Is l nearing completion. wing at DeLand just take a drive about Land-Daytona road. No water in the

.. ..... --- ... the city and watch the improvements flat woods Interfered with the work houses or rooms you would like to rent,

,. ". _. .. .. -... _...,,.,,-.,. : Mr.' Robert Boyd returned Saturday going on in all directions Everybody .
from a two weeks' stay at Asheville. N. and now that the season for the summer either furnished or unfurnished, a businessto
is the and this
; on jump thing is going .
rains is the
practically over contractors
:. : : .(1r' '0.] to keep up for many months at DeLand will hardly be bothered by dispose of or money to loan, we will be
.. ilEx 1 -School Commissioner L. E. Cau I yet.
for the months.
high water next eight
sey was at the oonnty seat from Seville pleased to serve you.
: David B. Hargreaves,, Assistant I Postmaster Many of the trrowers of the

W. A. ALLEN "& co., the! first of the week.. i of DeLand left .Sunday night county have been orange spraying the trees We expect to put our entire time into 1

t- : : Contractor Smock will have his crew last for New York City on a two weeks' the to
throughout summer season keep
i'' )I. :?DrUgglst.S'.andIJe.welers''' 1 'j t on the University1 building next. .week I vacation. '''He meets Mrs. Hargreavea the rust mite trom the fruit. This mite the business and if you list with us we will
t *I. repainting and revarnlahlng. at New York today. She has been in
the fruit but
I not only puts a rust on endeavor to bring about speedy and satis-
(Next to the Postofflcce) County Superintendent of roads Baltimore since leaving here selecting keeps it small and prevents it from developing -
stock for her millinery store.
to the full size l It I Is factory results.
Frank Sparkman was at the county "' orange.
DeLand Mr. Robert Bond left! Wednesday via
seat from. the.coast the first of the week economy to spray. You get more de- 1
Clyde Line for New York City. He GOULD BROTHERS.
sirable sizes for marketing as well
JO Master Orrell Prevail of 1
Seville spent took his Cleveland touring car along !
brighter fruit, hence 1t sells for more II
..... -- .- --. .... --- --- thv first of the week: at DeLand with with him, and will make the trip from the markets -'- -- ,j I
his cousins Preston Prevail and Seable
New York to Willoughby. Ohio
.... .>Ho,,,. 9"1I '.1 Jrf8r"'AdlUPIIIIIt'11' 1"""'" 'v MoCrory.., through the country In it. He expectsto and Gould agents Brothers la a new real business estate dealers firm at 4fEJ.......... ...."C ..E..4se............ ,

? I Thousands" of dollars in hay have been be absent five or six weeks. .,
1-1 i I DeLand. The firm Is now listing a very ,1
.Jt.j')jJUtil land by the DeLand people during the Mr. J. M:Price formerly In the sawmill desirable selection of choice propertyfor is made from

1iI- .. teat\uonthj 4 tThe. 'weather lias been business at this place now a truck sale. The Gould brothers will be

FINE : PORE < favorable, too tor harvesting. er over at Anthony Marion county hustlers In the business and will be choicest cuts
.' IJ t/f 1L ) -I31! :Mrame:; ,%Vincans,,,who"'Is'taking! was here this weeds visiting his son ready to take prospective buyers at: all very .

business !court*'al Jacksonville school Charles W., and meeting his DeLand times to see the property on their Bets of meat;and cured

U pending the. week at home visitinghis friends. ,"Uncle" Jim says he fo doing The firm has an announcement elsewhere 4

,.. t !r ;_;t ,iilJ.JH'.u: i ,.. E'-t1 i" parent. County. .Treasurer and.' Mrs.J. pretty. well in the truculng Industry.: in The Record and If you will to a mild, delicate ."f.t

?.,Violent.;" Merchant. John B. Welch was, in town watch their space from week to week

,. !,' .. r, .' r .' 4 y ". 1 Since nia* return home Prof Rosa is from Orange City Tuesday. He says you will see bargains offered. ,flavor. It comes .1
kepi busy up at the business office of the Ryland& Welch Bottling Works, For the first time organized labor observed .\ "

JP,,, A g:1 th, UDlven1tJ;'pUlalJ verything.inreadinWfo recently established at Orange City Is Labor Day at DeLand last Mon to your table in
\ rr!' !!)d the fall opening of Stetson running Its'lull capacity all the time. day. The parade started at the corner

oni MM 20ta bJ t.'i' They can hardly keep up with orders of Rich Ave. and Pine street .th* carpenters BeeNut vacuum glass jars {

Leading Furniture House of Volusia County 1t# about and propose to enlarge the plants They brick masons, plasterer, and '
Is &1IJMr. for one of those "
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v tarnish all kinds of flavors for soda the federation of labor, passing'along y :SliCCd Beef free from anykindof
: o99J qolnoctial*torms to visit Florida. It I .
d' -CJ' 219"lt1 : water. the principal streets of the city .stopping :
{ h.. ;been";;..... ,ten:years: sine oneatrhek
this Mr. Robert M. Boa,; gave a housewarming nt the court>bouse, where address -.
"DROP portion of too State, thoughth of instant In- .
... ",1 IJ\T'r'" 1, { < i lower end of the' :peninsular has not opening the new handsome were made by lion J, W. Perkins Hon. preservative, 'ready use. ,
"- t' """ on West New York Ave., last Jae. E. Alexander and others. In the
** garage :
:randTfeee' our Newest escaped'. : Saturday evening Besides about fifteen afternoon many attended the ball gauss [.elude\ a jar, i in your order. :1'1
% MeMri 'are'
Zlegl, In
4 : r patting a
of his business associates present he on the University atlatld flerd,.A dame
?, Styles i in Parlor.anaUO': Y Yt A'f :/, large, I! aoreage,.. t.n..truck gardensThey'are'tb had ae his guests 1\f\ r. Francis P. Fleming was had at the Putnam in the evening, A. )t L! WOODALL !
., '
-mo I extensive' truckwer4lp"Jbeduty.
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Y of Jacksonville and Mr. Walter The labor onions\Were organized at Da- 1 1i.
: :; J oom\( ) gn ; Last season Drennen Ala. Robert Land several! yesre'ago' the ;
t 'f .Ding fur- 1E. .; l of Birmingham. carpenter '
'- ..-" :.'-4\t"1 If I '. thiy were t %rn/Wn&the'market from/ with bad. a fine spread for his guests, sari the first to organize: IUId have quit .a.. 1:ti. rChir'Iiof'Stapk, : I! and Fancy; Groceries:' Is m* complete. ask c" t

.p .r''', \>4i < ': 11 M str iwberae* !;December to May they all spent a most delightful evening. membership\) ;and"organised. under the i 'cad fce;; fmlTaiid'Jail high claw standard. brand )t
f ;,Pitui iln. A/Droka left 'latter .
Y. 8 : ., .. :, .. G. the part Mr. Drenntn, a fine musician, rendered national federation.. 'The ,.day was : 1".t ,Vxet' ;ible. ever morning: Jot

'1.1: ;', Yr ; ::} of ;he week W.'oIli''X;. Dreka In New ,a number of 'selections on the piano warm, but all the program was carried ., ,

r '. 4 .t1.... .' Yoxk, Next week'they go)to Baltimore. This garag*,Is probably the handsomest. out At noon all. the business houses "

wl ere Mr', ':R4. Bryenv"Mra Dreka's structure of Its kinft la Florida*.costing closed l for the restlot.th* day. It wai ,' '
Phoni N.:6Z : D I aad. la.t b t'er.j: to. ...... ,. ', = PHONPa '79
: JJ ..Ate N & oo Wednesday Us or eight thousand dollar The second national holiday, an4 the bank did not 1 .. rata +r ,''
... i'Ti; 'f'jn.. _... .. I De to; a charming'young; lady of. that. story Is In suite*and baths;,, elegantly open for business and the postofflo -.- ; rtJI H"P'! .'

elt .,J-.J. ; .9 A 1 fief M t. appoint+d,*' .. kept holiday bQtih. ,-' HrflWls _.. ...II'Q-.' ..; IIltIRM,R, Rilt. Y', y,l,

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t Executor's Notice.To Adrninistrat'ronNotice. I -- -+ t t t 't'

whom h'm'a' concern: Notlcn is hereby given the*! the undersigned II

Life Largely Made Up of Scrubbing-I, A Bishop's Blunder and the Clever WayIt tuft's eiUs: 1 Notice la hereby given"to.'all and : Baa been appointed .Admlntstrato* 4Ikc141T

Regulations and Inspections. Was Corrsotsd. singular the creditors distributees, of the estate of )Ulonlm U. orrlest4, da. *. ?
ceased, and creditors\ leKataeSMUstrJb.utees : .
The day's priwamme uboard a miin- A contain bishop of one of tho middle: and all persona having claims or. 'demands and all persona bavlnic claims or v

of-war .IB calculated to make the boywhoxwanta states Is described an a man who possessed This popular remedy never falls to against the estate of O. O. demand against aid estate ,,11pre\ eDt
, to run to soa sit tip Post, deceased, to present the same them to the underslRnedrwfthin the time 1t 1-
away learning, but had not the effectually: care
I 4 soinewbiitacaovdlna great to the undersigned executor of said prescribed by l V* of t iMf ama,will be torev- ,' ]
andthink twice. It varies 1 saving sense of humor. In "Itomlnla* Dyspepsia Constipation, Sick' estate within two years or the same er: barred. j > > ". '' \ t tJd R IJVMii.t"lu2
as the ship In In port or nt senses of Bl hops and Archbishops"Bishop Needachey'Bilioa.nees will be barred. That the undersignedhas Dated this Jezy s' 19oL' .. L
BOa and under different commands, but been the Hon.'J.' D. 11', M RBI80N,
Potter gives an Instance of the t And ALL DISifASEB.rlaing from a appointed by '
g In any case, from D o'clock In thu mornIng Lee McCrory., Judge of the Couuty ...Barberrllle F'Aas: .- .,,- -...:.: _
till T:80: at night It In a rather absence of this quality.'It Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion Judge's Cotrt, as executor of said es

strenuous round scrubbing and happened on one occasion that an The natural' remit Is good appetite tate -and all such claims or dematudeshould Notice qf ''Atme) }4 Jagtestq'y. ;ExPf.fltJQQte8 from .Dcrt-ant"

drill*. The recruit realizes.vorysoon episcopal 1 oloC.tl//>'\ 4md 'come up for re- .nd solid flesh. DOM smell;swallow.Take" elegant.. be presented to Stewart& Ulv : :j BiMtN I'4tk s-pb10' A A.tnJ' \zl.110Jtlt.\.i Pl I
and to
ly autarcoated easy In 'Courtf Seventh Judicial Cir.
that the ttienn! tl..sp."We1ou of bishops, and questions his attorneys, DeLand, Fla., onto the good
expression "Bhlpshnpe"! } \ No Substitute.' : for Volusla County, Florida sold each Tuesday, limit 10 days not In parlor or sleeping car .
.. a good deal.Saturday as to the bishop elect were being undersigned WILLIAM A. BAaaATT. To Amos UuUoy and all Other Persona Interested 80 day tickets:-:93t.78'sold_dally: IS day tlcket-t2ll.01l. sold dally.

mornlnK'ls' tft/mc.dolls leke4'and'' tn.\fprea with considerable: : nfllAii..' ,il': S
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Executor. Q U' ) jy- irorfoifcFlyers" No88 No 89
You are hereby notified that under andy (, .
called ) ."wbk'bIe )
., cleaning time unit yflokVdAV. In the freedom. bmHop'who knew the bishop I Seabreeze, Fla., July 8, 1007. > virtue. of a Writ of Attachment Issued: Lv DeLand 3 OOp Lv Norfolk 6 lOp 8 2Ba
followed by a holiday elect In a very intimate way wee on i onng rf-iiii [u<>:-n. Uy return man uiejrreceived. out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ar JacksonvlUe 7 80a 7 OOp : Jacksonville 2 iSOp OOOa
afternoon, and on Bundnji: mornhtgtun'v breathless sort of an epIstle Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and: ( = JackeonvllWBBa Ludt(
his toot and was being eatochlsed.whoa : .* Notice of Final DischargeNotice 'f'ofJ'le Lv 7 Slip \' Jacksonville a 30p 930a

captain' htmsolf Innpoota bin bond Hhlp In from: a bl!nil op Called out, "What kindtwvlfo tolling\ them to be,, sure and: start from Ufcin County: L., Hon In a is suit PI.lntUan therein '......., Ar Norfolk 7 BOa i I825p Ar, pgi 'r'l! 6 15p 1 COp
: ntn-
l keol to truck. Tito marine hn"olirWther elect?" New York by a certain date, but as to is hereby given that six: month Duforeis/ Defendant, the followln lot o or Pullman Buffet'Mletplo: Cars to Norfolk,l .
Honed Juxt! below on the-yhurflonnfr' the clothes question, tho only reply after data l nnrnoly, on the 14th. day l of parcel of land lying and being In tbeCountyt
deck; and: the bluejncketa !stand on the ""nis Vresu"nt 11'1 to" -"' began the blnh.oprthns wan, "Be sure and have your riding DoiHiniUer., 11107, 1 will as uuardlnn" of Edna > Volusla and Stats of Florida has
port side: of the qunrter dock and. the challenged when the middle habits of the sort of brown that willharmonize' I Uumuo" formerly \Edna; llannett presentmy attached and levied upon as tile property hotel lists, etc. For reservations or' information address -any

marines on the starboard' all ready p Bt"-to dolegata sprung to his feet with the atmosphere .here." I rrory final,,County nooount,Judge to the of Hon.Volusla J. too county.MoI of Lot the 1.said icctlon Amos 1,Duffey.township to-wlt 17 ssutAraitne. i : Ticket Agent oj;fpg'\ ;.Atlantic Coast Llnq pjr. ; : r -....

for Inspection. One"momentl'r! be cried.: "Do I understand _New.York Press.The' 1 Fla.. ns snob gunrdiiin, and ask for a 29 ea "*'and lot 8, section 1, township 17 FRANK C. BOYLESTON District Pus.. Atlentta Co: .t Une
But life Isn't nil scrubbing", reffulutlon / my: brother aright? Did he dlsoharKOU.U.I south, range 29 east, less a tract 10.' exists// r I J *;$GN'iLLE, FLORIDA

:{ and Inspoctloua. On thB,.largol; say1,-his present ;wife,' and am I to understand Meanest Man. ,' June. 14th, 1007. 8. A. WOOD, east and west by 0.75 chains north and
south, !is 'the southwest corner of said lot 8.
ships the government furnlaliem-atlb.'; that.bvi that phrase be means "About the meanest man I ever 'I' Onardlni.! And you are further notified that the said -W, 3..cRA Gfi'riTr: \ lit, T. O. WHITE, a. P. A.

letlc": supplies, and ache:ratan-06.\,'all W-lmply tharthrflwother elect has had knew" said an old time Clevolander, Amos D\1l\'ey and all other persons interested Wilmington, N, O. Wilmington, N. O I4lsMPS
hal her champion boxer and basebiill a previous wife Because, if so I can- out the of town Notice of Adoption of Minor. are hereby required to appear tkePdSret'
was a man at edge I $
;t: and football teams. .These tun ins are pot vote for his confirmation. St. Paul : used cherries for when I Notice Is hereby given' that the' undersigned demur In, said suit on or before _MMM >iW WtWHHHN
that I to pick: daaday.. In October A, D. lOOT being the
managed or suporvlsml, at least, by Says, 'A bishop must be the husband of was a kid. lie objected to the boy. will on the 10th day of September S. Tr.b' day-of 1.,01, month, otuerwlee..default .
A. D., IttuT to the Hon. Minor
lieutenant apply .
and ensign or -
offlcers many an wife.Foran dating any of the cherries, and be used: Jones Judge of the Circuit Court of the 7th will be entered ag.ln.tlou.
who bus won hls 'W(IIi!! the "'; e' (the house In which A FISH,
\ of! \ to crawl around under the trees after Judicial, Circuit of Florida, at his olllce alTltusvilie
.. Naval academy plays sbquh er to'shoulder were si. nqmMr. of bishops I who, having we got through, and: gather up all the Florida or wherever be may be. Attorneys for the Plaintiff!! \ L. Hon.l)
with hla Such familiarity of tbelr earthly part- for an order authorizing the adoption of I
bluejackets. been bereaved I :
he could find that had dropped :
seeds we child and \ r John 1& Stetson
Nelllo a minor ns my ;
would have scandalized: old ners. had supplied, their places, sat still UniversityAFFILIATED
[ Wbllo up In the trees. Then bo would heir at law. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Udder ;
Commodore Porter beyond ,,'orcJ: .-St In stunned silence, until a prelate, SYLVESTER BROWER.
with that cherries.
charge us up many ) Section 8 of Chapter 4888 IwB
Nicholas whose sense of humor was as keen as Dated, this let day of August, A. D.. 1907. .
: Dealer. of Florida.Notice .
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the last speaker's was feeble rose la I I I '

A PARASITE CREEPER. his place and said "Do I understandthat Adaptable Notice of Citation;, is hereby of Tax given Certificate thatGeo No.W.S 41 date" ) WITH THE......UNIVERSITY...---.. OF CHICAGO. ,
; the bishop regards the language I pllrolllUt8r
A city man went Into a village store ; In County Court Volusla Florida, the 11th.day of June, 11108. has 111\ I said
New:! Zealand's Vegetable Caterpillar Is of the apostle which be baa Just quoted and asked for a pair of socks size ten. I By the County Judge of countl"; ': l certificate in my offloe, and baa made applluation COLLEGE OV LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are identical with the University .
,! a Most Peculiar Plant. as mandatory" Whereas H. U, Wilson, has applied to this deed to Issue InllOoordanoowltb
"Certalnlyl"! exclaimed: the man who The clerk said he was sorry, but they Court for Letters of Administration with law.toSald certlnoate embraces the OOutOgoFLAW--0roduateeadmitted without examination Florida.
Tho most extraordinary object I have kept only one size: aud that was twelve. the will annexed on the Estate: of Hannah following' described property situated In eoLLKOK; : 'OF TECHNOLOGY: -Electrical, Mechanical, and Civil Ku-
overseen! In the Now Zealand: vegotaMucaterpillar. nod objected.: "What": said: the man "You surely Ulllspe, deceased late of said< County of Volusla county, Florida. to-wlt *
//The, fate\ |18.1,1 parpsl o. "Very well then, Mr. Chairman; \ : 'don't mean to say that every one In Volusla.' 10 acres In sw of netfi per deed: Book ,. 'cOLLKQE FOR'TEACHERS-Five courses of study for Florida School 1.
which t .&la- 'the interrogating "I bop blandly.; These therefore,to cite and admonish l Teachers. "
creeper T first destroys! Its forest J, page 620, section 11, twp range 2Het' of> *
this the size sock
village wears same all and the kindred: and creditors PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago Harvard: Yale, Princeton,
singular ,
fr; host and then crushes It to death and; "If the bishop regards language of "Oh no, sir. But If they happen to of said deceased, to be and appear before/ The said land being assessed at the *ate Michigan Vassar: .
usurping Its skeleton, becomes a tree St. Paul when be says that a bishop of of the Issuance of such oeKilloate la the BUSINESS COLLEQE Shorthand ,
be too long they pulls them up at the hla Court, on or before the Oth day Sep. -Bookkeeplnfr, Banking! Typewriting
Itself. If the,rata seedling la dug i up must be the husband of one wife, as heels, and If they are too short they tember A. J>. 10O7 und file objections, if name of N.shall:Begar.be redeemed: Unless aooofrdfnk said' J Business' Law.SCHOOL .
certificate ao
It 18 found to be springing not from a mandatory I should like to ask him pulls thorn down at the toes."-Llpplnoott's. any they have, to the granting letters as law, tax deed will issue thereon on the; :2d OF MECHANIC: ARTS-Wood ''and Iron Worklnn and Manual.
aforesaid, otherwise the same will be granted Training.
seed but from the head of a perfectly what he proposes to do with the bishop day of september A. D., 1907. Music
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Piano Voice History of ,
as Theory,
prayed. Organ ,
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formed caterpillar. or'-naming a bachelor bishop--"whohasn't Witness my name. County. Judge of Witness mv official signature Teachers' Course.: '
t, It Is supposed by Home that ''the any?" A Good Idea. be County aforesaid, this 8nl day. of Au- this the 23rd: day of Aurust SAM'L,D.A.:JORDAN D 1907. SCHOOL! OF FINE ABT8-Drawing .and Painting, oil, water color. pastel.

caterpillar\ which on dissection proves There was a shout of laughter, amid A woman who goes abroad almost gust; 1907. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County 11'1... r iTKTyOM! baa 4 Colleges, 5 Technical S jbools. IS buildings, 48 In Faculty
I J. LEE McCBORY, rotmoodrees! laboratories 2 ,
Seal teachers modern 10 museums
summer that there's Just ( ) strong equipment,
had objectedtook
which the every
bishop who
to be Internally the exact counterpart i
.. memorial
County Jupge ,25 class rooms, separate dormitories for both sexes, dining
) of Its ,living) Insect relative, swallowsthe his seat, flushed and ,angry., The one way to. get ready for her trip successfully Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Rmnaatum. Iron shops manual training and. domestic science, auditorium,

tiny rota seed while living and: humor of his blunder. wo wholly an- \ ; -that I is, with .a pencil and Notice of Administration.In Section 8 of Chapter 4883, Lawsof ttOOQppipe I ,organ. IB pianos, debating clubs, llterory soolutles, star Icotureioawraasf
burrowing Into the' ground, becomes perceived by him.POINTED I I paper. She claims to have tried packIng Christbin. associations, general library (loUUU volumes special luwlibrary ,
Florida.Notice ..lliunnnd
( baseb ,
athletlo Held running track, tennis court <
Instead of chrysalis the germinating without a list, and It bas alway; Court. Volusla Florida. field. ,
a County County .
l is hereby given that John MorallIO foobell, park-like campus, shell roads cement wu.ks, shrubbery and trees,
y, home of the seed' wblcb b1'' some PARAGRAPHS. recruited\ In confusion. A long time a By the County Judge of said oounty. purchaser. ot Tax Certi,oateuN.TJ6.dateJ. ;: j Christian (not,sectarian) atmuspliare, open to all denominations steam heat,
'. agency Its unfortunate" footer month If possible; before her salllni 'Vh..r.all,1.. B. administration : to this the 5tb day of June, A., I)., 1009.\ has died JsleotrlollghU', eleotrle bells, concerto,' fraternities, exlilbitlons receptions, radials -
L mother Into wood. 1 date she makes out a list of the things Court for letters of with the said. certificate In my office,and;baa made V.pera'.leeoU.I'1n.:: festivals.. Attendance now bllcgestln nlHtorv of
t'. Every good farmer has three or four ah will need to take with her. Then will annexed on the estate of Mrs. A. L. application for tIx deed to issue In *
Others bowe9'el'-eontMld the caterpillar
laid for Farr deceased, late) of said county of Volu- with law. Said certificate, embraces last;and all
Jobs a rainy day.
t \ Itself |Is produced by,,the ratn up with this list at band she seta about sla. the following desorlbed property For informaton, catalogues/ bulletins, views, and folders, address

t", urging In support of tholr theory that The man who Is old'enough to getting the things .ready. When the These are, therefore, to cite and admonishall situated,in Volusia county, Floridato-wit: PRESIDENT LINCOLN HULLEY A. M., Ph. D., DdLand:, Florid: ,
It springing from 1aooc1'' the shoot know better Is usually old enough to dmel packing time comes she checks and singular the kindred and creditors Lot 7, sub of lot 6, seo'lon 81'township ,

would grow' out of different! parts of die.. oft the thing In order to see that nothing of.said Court deceased,Wforn to be and the: nth appear of before 18 south range 31 east; 2 acres_ .
this on nr day September
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the caterpillar'\ Instead of Invariably i People talk about "different tem Is'mlBslng.She A I 11 (I1'07., and file objection If any The said land oetng assessed at the date
peraments" when they really mean that if tries to. get aforesaid of the Issuance of such oettilloate. in the
growing out of the head.. says pne thev have, U grunting letters as .
Ellsba Anderson Unl) laid
The Insect vegetable Is yellowish, different tempers. ready for a long trip without mothodsomething otherwise. the same' will be granted asgraved. name certificate Heirs sbal be redeemed. ,according's to '

'. about four Inches lops and Is fully ex Some men are so mean they like\ to Is sure to- be left behind Witness: Judire ot the law tax deed will Issue thereon on the.
,.. s i'':> tended. I have seen them freshly dug take their wives' advice: so they can that will be needed. It's about as bad county aforesaid my this as 8th County day, August.. HKiT Rah day of September official J>.., IDOT.i and( seal II"i Statenlnstitutions for Higher Education II

np and others that bate been kept for tell them later how worthless It was. to .have too many things along as too (Seal) J. LKK\! !: MoCKORY, tills Witness tbeVth my day of August signature A. D., 1007. .

i years, and nil had the appearance of a There is this'Important difference fe'1//'. but the making of the list wUlbe1a S-10 County Judge SAM'LDtJUIDAN\ 'V'' .

", perfect Insect carved In .wood.-Pear' between a friend and kin: Every; time ,safeguard; against this danger a* Clerk Circuit Court Volusia County, Fla.Notice Iii University!( of the Stats of FloridaI Florida Female College
son's Weekfy. ;you see the friend,you don't bay to ,well|1 an> the danger. ot omitting necessary Notice I I

explain, something. (: artScl: ... I Gainesville, Fla."A Tallahassee, Fla.'
In County Judge's: Court, Volusla County, of Application for Tax Deed tfn-
The Elevator Eyas.One now 'set" old people are In ,their
Florida Lw
der Section 8 of Chapter-488oV
of the greatest borcJ: blp'lutrero ways! If an elderly{ person should bo Wig. and tans In the matter of the Estate ot W M. Pul- of Florida. high-grade-Institution! for youngmeaioilerlplt A college for 'women, without a
ed who elevators In the There Is thing I want to warn Literary; Scientific, parallel in the South, embracing a
by men run asked to change his seat,at the. table one len, deceased.To Notice Is hereby that fleafgS H,
tall office buildings: downtown Is the bow It would rattle' him! )'oa about," said the wigmaker to the Mrs. Marlon Maloneof Mt. Vernon Clark, purchaser of given Tax Uertlflokte,iSo. 7. En t yeernY! Agricultural and Fed- College for of Liberal. Arts, a School

.\ bad effect' It baaon, tbelr eyes. The People are not devoted to your inter man who >was buying; his first wig, Texas, MI'.. Lunlmln Hopkins and Mrs dated the ttb day of Au'ust.Aa P.:, 1003 agog al Courses.:/ Teachers School-of, a School) of Industrial --
Frank Word and Word,bar husband of the City of Daytona Arts a ( Fine Art, including
Frank Tax Hale
cars are run at a high rate of speed, You "Therefore "aid that Is the electric fan. Whenever City :
ests. most have noticed It. Strong faculty well-e t
and quippedlaboratories violin
01 Hogansrllle. Georgia, and all other per haa filed said certificate lu my office, piano pipe organ, ,
and, as1 the men have to look straight you should give your' Interests: 'a :you see an electric fan In motion sons interested: baa made application for tax deed to Issue thorough instruction, voice culture,-elocution and physical

r ahead orthenrmoetorthotime,tholr lot of Intelligent attention. For If you give it a wide berth. If you don't It Is. Whereas H. W. Purcell as Administrator In accordance with law. Said oertlfioate both theoretical l and practical IiI ; culture. .

eyes ROOD feels ,the strain, ot,; ,the constant don't do it no one will.-Atchlson, ap to embarrass you. Electric fans of the estate of W. M. Pullen, deceased, embraces. the following f deer. .tied I esatrsluesapet'vkloo4anddtadpllnel. 'A'faculty of' able "specialists In

motion Globe. an A |wigs are deadly enemies Nothing has tiled his petition I IIJn'ffOrbba'' there property situated In Haytona_ Volusia, high moral tone. all departments,.. .
, "I'vo.worked, la the subway," remarked i I outside of an Indian and a toraa- are debts due and : ::.13':1r: county, Florldaf to-wit' ""U'<>"luIi6n t: ]; "'chargeV to"J!'foTf I d a" .
the said W. Ii. Pullen.I deceased, All north of Hlgbee Line lot one, block TUITION FREE. Charges for special
"one.of these i,elevator men ba vk'wlll lift a wig from the weoreri i. student, .Other expenses very low.,
Explioit Instructions. the personal property insufficient to pay thirty, Day tons. _" ; instruction In line arts reduced
,F "and I, thought that was pretty bad Two' New York gli-U\ recently wore > head' quicker than an electric tan the same ana that the said W. 1\1 Pullen The ""Idland being assessed at the date Forricatalogue.and,i Information toe minimum. New buildings In

but. It Isn't a patch to the way my ordered by their mother to Join her In In otlon.-New York Sun. died seized and possessed of the following (of>> the Issuance' of such certificate in the : address course of construction. Write for
it In these described property lying and belnic& in the 8. Coleman heirs Unless said certlfieate .
feel after work
a day's : same
eyes. a mining camp about a day's Journey county! Volusia and State of Florida. shall' 1 be redeemed according: to law ANDREW'-SLEDU. catalogue A. A, MURPHREE,
.. It' 'evel' ran across An elevator .. '
f ca. tau A Fairy T.'
from tho'Clty of M I'xll'o. The girls town's- tax deed will Issue thereon oa the 2m\ President, President.
ir man who deems unusually bad were to travel to Vrn Cm by steamer Dears, little Maudle awoke about 2 All of lot two of block eight. Recording: to day. of Dot, A. D.. 1907. I ){
tempered War4tb.-flose of the business l. and then by rail to the capltal.'where o'clock the other morning and asked Beardsley's map of DeLeon Springs; also Witness my oUlolal :signature and seal

: dCU'.J et.IOQ>[ at bll.e1.41 and. ;you tlK lr-futlur-wnuU....iiuwt."tlIIUU.Aa mamma to tell her a fairy tale. lots four and seven of block eight.aooorilinK this the 30th day-01 August A. D., 1007. .- .

i-. will be apt to forgive him. They; generally they ne'er.hut1.JJc.ca..hLUll1t. country 'It's too late, darling" mamma re- to and MoTimmons'praying u In and map by of said l>petition Leon Springs that he Clerk Circuit Court SAM'L:Volusia! D. County JORDAN Fir --

Ibow"tlie'stralii that has .been before they wrote to their mother aak- pllr<1 "Daddy will be In shortly, and may have the order ot the Court: directing(
put on: them for eight or ten bou.t ...,"- ,'r1' "fVlithi'H they shouldCASTOR be,l'tell us both one.-Pblladelpbla him to take into possession. as Admln'stra' .
New York Preen -" t Inquirer. described: as assets ol the estate for the Section 8, Chapter 4888. Laws of BQQ'd; / \ ompa9Y''
payment of debts and sell the same for said Florida
Exemplified.1 ; \ IA I Our Language. purpose, together with the Incidental charges '
'A learned professor 'was piping with I "IIo's the coming man." of sale. Notice Is hereby given: that Ernest A. quote. you prIces and supply you, from their yards near the depot
tax certificate No. 889! -
foMnfantrKBd IdlAIr D. of the best fellows Now, therefore this Is to command Osteen, purchaser at DeLand with beat and yellow
the Duties and the table was set with "Yes; he's one go- you, dated the day of June, has Sled! cypress pine
11st; JUO3.

I I' the chmet best.fforQ ware*4iJ hat: 'The Mrs. In jj./"-Baltimore American. da the Word Hopkins said:, and 1 Mrs.all, Mrs.Marlon other Frank persons Malone Word,Interested:Mrs.and Luoln-Frank, to said application certificate for tax In my deed otnoe to Issue; and la has accordance made. I t;'fiber; Fiooring; :Ceiling; I M Uldl1 gs;

.1fD.tTU with law. Said: certlHoata embrace _
M:. Interested In the display and The; great republic shall live as longas appear on the eighteenth day of September, the described situatedIn
admired It greatly. Picking: l no ,the ""the poorest/ citizen freely expresses A.DeLaiitl D.; 1K! >7 at my. oifioe in the court: housein Volusla following county, Florida, to-witt i
Florida 1 and-show .Laths Etc.
f plate+Jin front of him and noting the blsj j personal and political opinion, and the prayer,of said ,petition, should cause not why be All north ol railroad, block } and 8, Wat I Sbiuggs$, ,
stamp of the manufacturer on the bottom on I k>nfr r.r-Baltimore American. granted, if have. son's Enterprise. '
any you .
All Lumber Building and Fire Brick Cement
1.. of It. be ramarkedj]:;. -- -.--.- -, I ',' ( = It Is further ordered: that this citation be The said land being assessed at the date anowhere in the promptly
"I ftl8u'me' you know, that china, or published: in The Volusla County Record of the isuuapos of such.oartlnoale.la.,. th@ city.

.y.. the art of making IV was discovered! by; H a weekly newspaper published: e.DeLaIID name of Mary E. William. Unless said .
be redeemed to -
onrtifiuat*shall acoordlnc
add county, for a period of four successive
:,-, accident* 1 weeks.. ux deed will Issue. thereon on. the. ,4th. rrbi'
f Just I th8IY.tIIere' Iwas I beard an; the Witness my hand and'offlolal seal this II.W'of October 1901. -

r.. kltchta, where the: /maid,was busily at sixth day 01 August A D. 1007 my official signature and seal
J.; works, : a load cre h.' '' '- (Seal) J. LEE MoCRORY, the SO\bd.1of81 -.L A.D.D JORDAN 1907. DeLand Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works
<. Judge of the County Judge's Court ,
;1 yanswered Mrs. Dllta. with a his
.', Volu.l.o.uoly. florid.. ofl I Clerk Circuit Court Volasia county
; pained smile, "and most of It U broken I J. T. QAtRNS';Nropr:;and-Manager. .-..(
+l} -< > )same-_)'."-Tooth'* Companion., "Elastlo! Bookcass D'O{ { -
( I7j Jl. E s s E| .
ndDeik I
He Wean Expert at ,Figure t. IS *LL WIU COST, YWwrMs .I""B" R

'f: After 'absence) of eeveral years a Permits as'much a. as Wtte CE'NT' > L for sRn sT__,_ S3fcM MmusS, 'U: RouqH1 ""' '

i( one Imo av.Uer of. si lady: (called: ,on I ; ;book (space O J w ejod I .... most .sdsaViritsasj 5tltn! F'oprinfJsidlnff.Turnlofc''
Scroll Sawing
Moulding Window ana
ber. He J found her In the company of Comprises Desk Unit with' !
t... BaGOReayaWtra.6ctatefrdrkrlame.red. / Frames Newellt"o t9, Balusters, Mantels, Turned:! Porch Columns etc..
her three children fewiorrnany BcpkUnittas I Shedding. for Groves and Pineries..4aT Crates
and Box
c'' ( Material a specialtyvoot
Well, welir' be-. sold. ; "And how. old"Johnny desired. Roomy, conven 7> I BUY:BICYCLED 1 I ntracts taken for the erection of any kind of a buildingDELAND'
are the)'''' : .1 : : ient,attractive. Call and see uJ'- :--Wt=:t.; earl 1 have meted oar couplet* ak.. -
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(. answered the lady: "Is 1a; .
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rote*.., ".. .It possible time flies like: I allow 10 xt.r.l "Triil"ilid make other .nb..l terms whijToo Ptkw
f house!.the world will do.i Vote will harm _
ka' ." : that! '.Who would think that yon bad FI.A.' able.inform.nos by.....1'1..,-..... "a a pootaI.ewzytliiasj. ; sod: ,get. mush- ,; eJ I
: been married fourteen yearerPhlladalpelal,4dger .._ -n v. need a "' .,.. AA...10 **rrf town sad taj. ogVrai opporhssJt$ In
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cua ' (CASH WITH onotft *....) k't

ti '. "He) doesn't, us,a fb I ; bat x* rear .0 KOBE TROUBLC FRO" PUNCTURES. of i
W' Remit of IS ycaua 1 cigars tq anpll qr. Not with the t
the football 'tMm.I*"to be Greet No cUndor from THOR : CAC- rule !" 1 fTUS ; so ,;
'a' making; '

"UtnM,.",Kaanas'laid. larry' City,;to Independent.l trying\ for'thekve. l Serious. PINS.punctnrea NAILS! like mtenUooal'' TACKS knife or OLASS.cots. cw, t .i. 8'MB.Y"__'= ?! :, ''I H c1deberrq'smok r;"Ik is' a< refieater/ j

i be wlcsmlaed like)any other tire. 5.. 'w
Ili ,1 TonUjf'CM..,*difG. +slpiCO( :: ::'e- Tw"_NIl wru4'pairs am.Isj actval ipsv- DMTSwwrHhr assse.- .. 010.. -. i

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caa be! Tommy. 1IiIUt4. that cheii. tine hin i aly> eeiHMelt>.4"'pee eo*twfaa IMI.?J__ -z...._ f... S tie -
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v on*' spot be can change to another, if alt raed ie <.s k*the ='-2uke*W_ trod whka'.a1"1. t -

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