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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1907
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
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VOLUME t XXI.!/ : t ,. II'i .1-1 ,I .. .. ', Df'lfJ\ Di, VOLUSIA CO., FLA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 13. 1907. NUMBER. '461 ;

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A WATCH, PROBLEM. 1 I MAORI SAVAGERY.The I A MAN AND A MOB. I SEPTEMBER SESSION OF MONTHLY"MEBTINO'' ,11"'('

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u r L I Telling the Time In the Dark With the ; Women Slaughtered the Victims Tha Way Lyon Playfalr Handled the' THE,SCHOOL BOARD. .OFCITYCOUNCIL.A : .

his hr of it Il Hands. Removed. : For the Cannibal Feast. Lancashire. Strlkara. I .. ,;

Some time old Mr*. E. M. Dunlop of Auckland New During the great labor riots In Lancashire -
a peasantwho.
ago
4 poor Dublin. Qa. .Co., Awarded Contract ,
"" ll 1 l ,.bad Invoked the king's wrath was Zealand writes of the Maori women: ubout the middle of tho last Additional Appointments to the I I'M

seized by the king soldiers and placed "The Muoil, woman van kvuut-\ will century the ready resources of Lyon for3,000Feet Sidewalks. ,",

In a dungeon, snys the Scientific Ameri Sbo has practiced the art, which has rin3 fair saved one, of the only two Schools of the .County.'The ','' ,

cnn' Ills majesty wan'present and had formed nn Important part of her. train- mills which remained open at the time. The City Council held its regular ;

W for Infants and Children. ,the old man searched before being In Ing. She weeps. so genuinely and so) The government was anxious that Board met Monday .evening.; monthly meeting last Monday ,night J "
to melt the heart of Sept. 2nd, with all members present.
carcerated. All his personal property copiously as a these two should continue In action, finishing up with a special meeting

The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature .consisted of a chciu watch, a small sympathizing, witness. The Mauris and supplied the workmen engaged The minutes of the last meeting 'were.. Tuesday! morning to dispose of the r
penknife, a.shilling In cash and a lend bold 'tnngls' or weeping parties to read and approved. sidewalk matter. ''Messrs. Wilson
of Chas. II. Fletcher and baa been made under hla with muskets. But
of
force
a great
pencil. The poor old man begged for mourn their dead, and In these JlItber.1 I By special order, 8.BO: o'clock'"was lion, Jackson and Woodward present
personal supervision for over, SO years.Allow, no onetordeceive mercy, but his pleadings availed him lugs the women play a conspicuous strikers advanced I upon one' of the designated as the time at which all delegations and the following business. was trAns-
'andJustasgood" I two, and It obvious that the
you In this. 'Counterfeits Imitations nothing, and he finally asked to be part. While weeping they utter a low was day and acted: ,
.' are but Experiments ami.endanger1 tho granted the privilege of knowing the mournful cr-y. which has a very welrlllelrect 1, was lost. The mob meant to wrack pe&ll1onl14 be received. The clerk reported collected as

health of Children-Experience against Experiment. length of his sentence. In reply the when produced by a number of the place. riayfalr. who was a friend resumed.The regular order of.,bnsinaes'was then water rent for the month, :$330.00, and

king took his knife and watch which voices. The mourners ,sit In groups,,: of tile owner appeared In haute amo. g the marshal the sum of $45.oo as fines ,
'The :Kind You Have Always :ought lay on the table, and after taking the with their bends partially covered, giving them, keeping the proprietor out ..of, Commissioner Prevatt reported that and .sanitary feel.
knife and prying the hands off the forth their monotonous wailing and sight. lIe put the case frankly to the he bad visited most of the school houses The re i"natiolof E. T. Gross andS.
1 Bears the Signatory strikers.. The gates of the mill were In his district and found them B. fire wardens r"
11 w watch( returned to him his watch, saying shedding copious tears. In good Wright Jr., as was
i When you have learned to tell "The Maori woman of past agea al. closed but the numbers of the striker repair He recommended the buildingof filed.A. .

-' the time correctly by this watch In most excelled her lord In savagery.! On made them Irresistible; hence It was two closets at ,Lnogren, which, was three-quarter inch water main
-. 1 your dungeon cell you will bo liberat the return' of a triumphant war party of no use their all going 'In and wrecking so ordered. Be also stated that he bad was ordered extended on East New
t 91C the place. Let a few of them enter York avenue to the corner of the Self ,
ed. The poor old man knowing that they usually brought 1 upmo a number arranged: for some grading around the .
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the king meant a life sentence, stag of prisoners .and slaves. It was the the premises, remove the plugs from property; also to the dumping ground.
I the boilers and without school houses at both Plerson and Em- :The .
thus damage sanitary committee was instructed :
his cell and
gered Into wept bitterly. privilege of the women of the tribe to poria.
In Use For Over. 30' Years. Nevertheless he was liberated In twen fall upon these, slaughtering them In to the works, secure their stoppage. After to purchase new running gear ',
Investigation, Commissioner for the
Even
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man of courage and tact, will listen.So was .
wonderful tank of telling the correct which followed. The women bore the .
did ations Tomoka'ebool house to S. V. Hough and his associates.
tbo tills out. I'layfalr's proposition : to be repaired a
time In the dark with a watch without painful ceremony of tattoo without '
Bounded- fair but might not treachery; celled and painted franchise for long distance. telephone. bIn
). bands: How did he do It? shrinking. Spiral marks were cut Into ; Spruce
Professional Garts.: ) A watch derives Its power of motion the flesh of their chins lips and faces; lie behind It? Creek repaired, celled and painted; for the the matter station of furnishing Shade wood .

.CHOICE, PEACH LAN from the recoil of the mainspring, and a soot made by a peculiar method was He Immediately put their doubts at Tnrnbnll repaired, celled and painted; offered pumping furnish Demps .
to same at $4.00
JAMES W. PERKINS FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS j the recoil Is governed by the balance rubbed Into the wounds causing an In- lie rest would by offering accompany himself the as deputationwhile hostage. Blake, celled, and) painted.\ He alsorecommended cord and Walter Burgess at 350.per :n I J
and lever. For Instance If It takes
dellblo blue-black stain.
that |10 per month be The contract was awarded to the lat-
$10,00 to $100.00 P BRA C R B twenty-four full turns of the stem to "The Maoris, even In their former tho others kept guard over the allowed toward the transportation of .
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- 1 1Ueat wind the watch and the watch runs works. The men agreed, and Playfnlr terW.
tbelr with
state trente4) women a certain C. Cannons
awarded
six pupils from the Clay Branch districtto was con
LAW Peach Section In the Stste'S. strolled off with the men chosen. Together
hours when wound, '
twenty-four fully amount of consideration l although tract for and Clara
grading shelling
A BAKER\ .- Seville. Fla. they went to the boilers and the Spruce Oreek school as that 1
< then for each turn of the stem It will the lot of the female slave was very specified :
avenue per terms grading ,
DeLand. i- Florida. withdrew the plugs This stopped the school baa .been discontinued These .
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hour.A .
run one bard and often ended In her being at :20 cents cubic yard and
per shelling
Will Practice In State and Federal W. C. CANNONS' more simple method Is to hold the served up as a dainty dish to appeasethe works, but did no other damage. While recommendations were approved and so at '1.50 per cubic yard. I
Courts thus engaged Playfalr able to Its ordered,
stem between the fingers and was "
firmly nppetlte of her voracious lord, who Notice of an ordinance was given
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Feed and Stables. turn the watch around. In winding the ten to the story of the leaders and Chairman Chandler reported that the for the
& ELY Livery Sale j> would kick away the baskets of vegetable general tax levy. Also for the
STEWART watch to run for one. hour the ratchet food presented to him by his found many of tbelr demands most Clifton school house bad been repairedand tax levy for sinking fund and interest
Fine Fashionable Turnouts on the mainspring will click, any, thirty reasonable and such that afterward It the \ bond .#
wives as a signal that lie required the painted Flowers school house on and for ordinance providing .
ATTORNCYS-AT-LA,W. Bus meets all traln's-at A. C. L. Depot. times, which proves that this watch tender flesh of a slave girl." was possible readily to concede them painted; that, a contract had been let for collection of sanitary delinquent
Harks inept morning and afternoon F. E, runs two minutes for each click of tho The little party returned from their for repairing the plastering and black- assessment! ,
Office in Bank Baddi< g. DELAND. U. Ky trains at Orange City, and ,nlvbt ratchet which la attached to the main- Innocent wrecking and found'' the mob The street committee was orderedto
Branch office over Po tofflea,DAYTONA trains. at DeLand Junction. U. 8 Mall spring. We will suppose It was 12 THE SIX HUNDRED. honorably preserving order. The I scl>- boards in the DeLand colored school contract for construction of shell

Gentle both routes horses Hacks and oarelul meet boats drivers.at Beresforcl. o'clock noon when the watch was last -- entlst gave them a couple of eovecclgus house; that the contract had been let sidewalk in front of the Crumsey,

Cary D. Landis Bert Fish Phone 3 DeLand, Fla. wound up and 'you now wish to know Incidents of That .Mad Ride to Deathat with which the buy food, and) for completing the unfurnished\ rooms property on Rich avenue. I 1.

LAND & FISH the time. Beginning to wind It up Balaklava. they' returned him three times three in the DeLand white school house and Notice of an ordinance was. given a

ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS- you count the clicks and find that be- Of that mad but heroic charge a hundred In cheers. There remained only one that work on the same was In; progress to amend general sidewalk ordinance. \.
and with
I Insure us. the Incidents are preeervel-thrilling, ,other mill to close, that at Clltheroe The clerk
AT-LAW fore It Is again wound up fully The time having arrived for the special was instructed to pur-

... Now is the time. ratchet'clicks 130 times. By dividing humorous, shocking. The Corublll and upon this the strikers now Older of business, the DeLand Trustees chase additional water meters. .
DeLand, Florida this by thirty we get four and one- Magazine tells of a man of the Seventeenth marched. Again they were thwarted, appeared before the Board The Council took up bids submitted )

Will Practice In State and Federal Spot cash for losses. third or tour hours and twenty minutes lancers who was heard to shout but this time not by pacific means, that Miss Willard asking as per advertisement for putting down I
Court which added to 12 o'clock makes Just as they raced In upon the guns but by the might of the military.-St be retained as,,one of about 5,000 lineal feet of sidewalk. 'I i

Special facilities( for examining and! U should be protected. the hour 4.20: p. m. a quotation from Shakespeare, "Who James' Gtuette. the DeLand teachers The Board later Mr. Geo. H. Craft president of the .

,perfecting land titles While watches are not all exactly: la there here would ask more men from decided that if Miss Willard secured an Georgia Hydraulic Stone Co, was

R you insured ? alike the principle la the same, and It England SUPERSTITIOUS.General honorable release from her contract in present and submitted bid to put '
L. MCCRORY .
J / is simply a case of mental arithmeticin The regimental butcher of the Seventeenth Manatee county she wonld be retained machine pressed hexagon tile block

E very company ,reliable. order to be able to tell the time. lancers was engngpd In killinga Grant believed In dreams. otherwise her services could not be. ac over cement sub-foundation at 14
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. But you must always remember the sheep when be heard the trumpets cepted. cents per square foot. The propo-

When does your policy expire ? time of the starting point or first wind. sound for the charge. lIe leaped on a Nelson' carried, the a English horseshoe. naval with hero him,into always The matter of buying a piano for the sition was a reasonable! one, the material
and after that the time at the horse. In shirt sleeves with bare arms very desirable and pretty and
*" l ing DeLand kindergarten then
DeLand, Florida., Is in force ? battle. came up, the
policy 1
your last winding.The and pipe lu mouth he,code through the proposition was accepted conditioned
Silai B. Wrlsht, S. B Wright, Jr. above was the method used bj whole barge, slow It Is said. sis men Von Moltko the hardy. old German and it was decided to have pianos pnt upon the approval of the City:
Telephone number sixteen. his and back general would never begin a battle oq in on trial to be accepted and paid for Attorney, the contract to be completed
WRIGHT *; WRIGHT, the poor old peasant whose life mostly with own hand came later.
."tq .still lu mouth! a Friday. during the next nix months. _
HON INSURANCE AGENCY depended on his release and who was again, pipe
A petition that.a teacher be grantedfor The Council audited the bills .
ATTORNEYS LAW. Prince Bismarck of Germany would pre.
-AT- immediately rewarded by the king A I private of the Eleventh was under
sit down to dinner with thirteen a colored school at Tatnm's Still sented for the current month. ,:
NOTARIES PUBLIC with bill liberty and a life pension. arrest. for drunkenness when the charge" never a '-
Office at Telegraph Office. U will find us at began but broke out followed his at the table. was granted, the school to open at.the i

FLORIDA. Stetson and DeLand. Death In a New Qulse. troop on a spare horse, picked up a President Davis of the Confederacy beginning of the spring term. Sues Seaboard for Damming Ills Creek
Da..AND, In a'' little village on the Hungarian word as he rode and shared In the believed that the presence of children The regular order of business was Gad D. Bryan, Sr., through his Attorney -

J 1G, ALEXANDER, frontier not far from Presburg a rapture and perils of the charge. The brought him lack again resumed. John O. White, today filed suit

HODGKIN'SWagon peasant' woman recently received' 400 charge lasted twenty minutes, and was. James G. Blaine would never tarn Commissioner Prevail was authorized against the Seaboard Air Line railway

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. kronen ($85)) from her husband In ever before such dating or such suffering back to re-enter his home even If he to have a porch built at the McGlonn for $33.000 damages.The .
America. She promptly deposited It In packed Into a space so brief? The Lad forgotten something. school house. '
1l. damages are claimed for the
Office, In brush. Block. I Shop the local branch of the postofflce savings squadrons rode Into the flght numbering The father of Nicholas II.. of ttussJa The following teachers were appointed alleged damming of
DeLand, Florida. ,. bnnk and then the next day wentto 073 horsemen but tbelr mounted guided his actions by the advice of an : np Bell creek by

will Practice In State and Federal DeLAND withdraw the whole amount. The strength when the fight was over was American spirit medium WHITE filling in a trestle at Its point of entrance

Courts .FLA. bank ''official was somewhat surprisedand exactly 105. Admiral Fuirngut says Jie used to Daytona-J. L. Wright principal Into Six Mile oreek.
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Everything In Wagons'Boggles, Cars, asked ,for an explanation; when It was all a blunder, but It evoked a be guided by a still small voice which Elizabeth, Blanohaid. This has caused Mr. Bryan's propertyto

DR O. A. DAVIS. etc, manufactured and repaired,Injny she said that Death had appeared to heroism which made the blunder Itself told him what to do In battles. Oak Hill-J, M. Chaffer. be overflowed, he alleges, killing

, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Shop in the very best workmanship her during the night and threatened to magnificent And as 'long as bravo The 0100<'1' of Afghanistan the sultans Glencoe-NellIe Mann. many beautiful cedar trees and mining

known.-. Only firs -olaee men employed take her away with him unless she had deeds can thrill the Imagination of of Morocco nnd Zanzibar and the Kingston-Marvin Harwell. two of the finest sulphur springs In the
DELAND, FLORIDA. and first-class work turned out. 1 have the 400 kronen ready for him the next men 'the story will be remembered of khedive of Egypt all maintain oclelastrologers Tomoka-Verda Drawdy. f
Office at residence. Indiana avenue ntely added to my plant a r r night The gendarmerie were communicated how- Tnrnbnll' -Ada Odnm. county i
Court House. Attorney White notified the railroad
Braddock-Elizabeth Bardwell.
with, and when Death made bill
Office! Hours: 9 to 13.9>> to 4, and 7 to 8. 1 I promised appearance he was found to Boldly Stormed they at with rode shot and wall and shell. A Timely Present. Lungren-Della Leech. before the fill was made that damage

/MRS. VIDA' Z.' BAEREOKE, U. D. ;: I 6.J J.JII be very mucb alive, In the person of the Into Into the the mouth jawa of of hell-death. A certain colored gentleman recently COLOREDDaytonaAnRelina suit New.would follow.-Tampa Evening

.. local ,Judge. The woman's money Noble six hundreds! saluted a urge colored lady of tbo Wiggins, Mrs C. !
1., adds our Vienna correspondent who Amazonian type In the following language C. Williams. ...
PHYSICIAN and BURGEON.
eende the story Is still In the bank Ha Was Too Hasty.A .
I : DeLand-Wilhelmina Johnson Atlantic Coast Line R.
R.
and the judge Is In jail.-Fall Mall Ga.
.prominent autouioblllst condemned "Yuh's look In' mighty fasclnatln'
The
Office on Eaat New York Avenue i Board then adjourned to meet
DELAND FLORIDA. zette. scorching at a dinner."I this evenln', Sal.'" Tuesday morning. Florida Day at James .

Approximately Sueoeeeful. condemn" he said "scorching and Sal hauled off and knocked himdown. All the members the Board were
A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIC the scorcher but I don't condemn the looking town Exposition.Rate
him
DR. "118' went to Washington expectingthat Then out of au present at the session Tuesday: morning. .
I scorcher unheard. I don't condemnthe Inclination to get up she, said "Now The Treasnrer's books and
his senator would get him an easy i reports
, : PHYSICIAN: 1 berth." accused man hastily Hasty con :rub jest. lay ,thar till I. goes an'i,finds were audited and approved; old warrants from DeLand 16.25. Final
damnation Is always a mistake. Onceon out what dat word 'faeclnatin"meansl" were'' canceled; new bills :were
"Did he?
limit tickets
Office Second Door South of Fisher's a Canadian railway I got off the resented," approved, and Wa1'l'aD"drawn on ten days. Tickets will
"Not
But be him
exactlY' gave a be in
Drug Store. wide oner'ew] Orleans Times-Demo- train for a five minute luncheon at a Neat day the aforesaid colored gentleman for the .same. good pullman can. On sale Sept.

i' OFFICB HOURS ,--10 to 13: a. m.t p 3, to.band railway eating bar. There was a man presented the said Sal with The following financial statement 2Srd and morning/ 24th from'Jacksonville. j

7 to 8 p. m. ,. sea, beside me gobbling away and when he a copy of Webster's Dictionary sayIng. was submitted and approved: I:::=:J I <

DeLandFlorl1a:: ti DamerentDoeroR5"MIST'AIR3 finished I heard him say bitterly as "I might want'' ter'' salute yuhog'ln Balance last month,. '. ... .. .130880.03 Farther Information furnished by the

he took out his purse: so JOB please. look up the meanJ Receipts for month. ... .., 88.87 Agent or Frank O. Boylston District i 1
QR. JOHN'REEVIp. AT' 'Call that a ham sandwich It'lthe in' of some of these-b ah compllmentatlon Warrants outstanding.. ..,. 4600 Passenger
Agent
COLD TIRti: SETTER Are said often to be burled six feet nndei worst ham sandwich I ever ate. terms. Jacksonville Florida.

JYSICIAN AND SURGEON, ground.' Bet many times womea eall oa No more taste than sawdust and so Sal promptly' 'rcfuaed'to'actlepts the Total. .. .. .. . .... .. .t2O t8.89 .. j
Can set your Tires without !taking their family physicians,suffering, as they War outstanding last rpt .f lift.00
in wheels from vehicle. We take ont no Imagine,one from dyspepsia,another from Small yon could hardly leeIt. present upon the ground that one War drawn this month.. ., 40813 Thousands
store Hare
Office occupied by
recently bolts, rub no paint or bnrn felloes from liver kidney 'Ye've et yer ticket said<1 the waiter. would lime to' know tho"word in order Kidney
Dr. Mellette. Residence 408! West you, heart disease, another or Cash on hand .. .. . .. 1094327
with a hot tire. Come and-eee-it work disease, another from nervous prostration 'This here's yer ham sandwich.' to look It up.-New York Times.

New York Ave.DeLand, -. Florida. and you will never have your.Tires set ,'another with pain here and there, Philadelphia Bulletin. I Total .. .. .. .. .13051880 Trouble and Neier Suspect it .
hot again. '. and In this way they present alike to Gown. From the Undertaker's. The Board then adjourned to meet Prevalence of Kidney DI_
I '1'hanklngll' for yomr*patronage in themselves and their eaay-goinf or over- Snake Myths. "You'll be auionlHlifd! .when I ,tell Oct 7th. Most people do not realize the alarming '
which
. V. H., VOORHIS. the past and hoping a continuance in he busy, assuming doctor, separate them to diseases be such, for preecribeeh Snakes have no medicinal qualities, you," said a inuu who kuowa'but" It'sa A. O.'BOTTS, increase and remarkable of prevalency
, the future I remain !) pill, end poIlona. In reality,they and the following popular notions are fact that dressmakers. sometimes kidney disease. ,tl
Dentist Yours to serve III only a f 1upk n1s caused by some uterine myths: That galls of snakes are an send to a fashionable undertaker fora Snpt. While kidneydis- ?
orders
disease, The Iclan, orant of the are the 4
SCOTT f1 *KINS. antidote for snake bites; that their oil gown when they have a, hurry order. most
cuvm of tufferfnff, pe up treatment common "I
P. O. Block, DeLand Fla. until large bills are e. sting Is good for rheumatism baldness and There was a time when undertakers, diseases that pre-
Letter to M. B. LaFollette
Horn &80 to 12..and OO.to.4.. patient gets no belt.but a the deafness; taut wearing their sklna will carried only shrouds In stock;' but' In vail they are J
wrong treatment lt, pro ably wr cure rheumatism or .stiffness; that a this age of luxury the big concerns DeLand, Via lalmOit the last

snake heart ., oil or blood (la''good for recognited by 'to i
r on ue have a Hue of what arooknown lathe
Dear Sir What will It cost
: to sow ten
HOWARD arb consumption or other Ills; that snake trade ,'10011..' dro. patient and physicians 4'
ALFRED : as One burlap fl lI. ) acres half Wheat and half daisy. mUed .
}- : ERRYS flesh,, should be eaten for blood disorders Such ,materials.. as heurtottaT;? and what'!! who eon ''>1 1
pougceu ; ; the-crop ba worth! "":
SURVEYOR AND DRAFTSMAN OBIS, an Instituting omfor$ "- ,..., ,1I.mul... .
roloncea has been well said. ; that a second bite of the snsko faille, an<.chiffon taffeta are liMed fur
. We don't know what daisy-seed costs vn'l\ doctoring /tht qffectt, while the ri jftnat -
eappingaSpSpecialty *f-' Inst tsasknown Is half alert .* In tbo same place will cure or counteract these dresses. and they are made In the, nor how bulky It is; we suspect half 4i sag undermine the system. ;
fj I : JS is' ennlifoennlifo medicine p devised the first bite;that rattlers of snakes prevailing style. The ? dressmakers wheat and half daisy would make a big 1 What To Do. ..

In experienced and, parefully hyslclati by; are charms.: know this'and If they cnn't, find what crop of .daisies, and la..t glong,1SEine; There, I I. comfort in the knowledge so ,\
MICHIGAN AVENUE, DELAND, FLA. prove their worth at harvest dd adapted to woman's dellale system they want In one of the regular'shops,' the wheat might be abort often i expressed; .that Dr. Kilmer' 'i

VOLUSIA! COUNTY" ABSTRACT time. AftqroyerfiftyyeaMofkueoeav t i ibis msd}of patlye AmeH.a medIcinal The Modern Restlassnaae. they don't hesitate to call on the undertakers' ,'IThe tie".'la throw, some 1 light on the 8warnp-B.oat, the great kidney remedy
: they are pronounced toots an4 rl i ra of most i of fulfills every wish. in curing rheumatism. ,
"INVESTMENT! and TITLB INSURANCE Like the Athenians old people -New >York Sun. cost .1)aInlb4Jf whitewash Whitewash f
:
I -the best And surest D/careful I the back liver bladder
COMPANY. are vainly searcnlng for some new mixed half-and-half with paint, palnia kidneys, ,
planter everywhere. Your to.11'1>&Ini In look and feel Indeed nine- and every part of, the urinary passage. ..
I.Mnaaifr.e J Sited InvUoratlng tonto "F thing only to look upon It when they As He Viewed It ; .
Sealer sell them. It to hold ;
, water
IM7 See correct inability
Bert Fish, CarD.. Land. yenta .rpiloa.fmPvta\ strength to find It._with suspicion.Ofthe, vast Stranger In small town I tenths gf.lbe'lpaint't In ha, stereo la!; ,
.. I ( )- saw by and scaldingp.in'in passing it or' bad
on request and to the dla-\, part ", hlt wal"" ialft "
ana : some tome
or '
and TreaiTTitles more, .
President Sec y D.M.FEBKT4Ca ..-........ ., IaotIy'fpmieln.In: parUonlar. For over majority'It'Is 'as true today as it was the papers that ahoy/ lv| s here who 1bID8"1..... -n effect: following nae of liquor, ,wine or ..i;.
wor .!! "_ ," run downe d bl1atec1 \- ret. written: was' born with no legs and no arms. beer and overcomes that unpleasant ass ,..
Insured. ., Pales baa to be Spread with the brnah;
. >- % % -v 'w% ?%* <%* '*'* wW taacjier*. milliner dressmakers ''theytaat.-'thajrd'lna- sleep' :' tbey I aui a dIme museum manager,! and I efesaity of- being compelled to go often
Abstracts furnished and title perfected. | *- promptlyobumij?. e. sad ForeignPATENTS ,4sm ittreuraf>.ho CCCtttIrle,*honee keeper. plod. > the surface' prepared;! the, ladders scaffold during the day, and to getup many t. s I
should like to find blin.CltlzoarNo .
Maps, Plata and Blue Prints, Supplied tacnotnws' and feeble women genrallyDr.O'leroa's ; Thay go to,tol1h""oh.o" Sunday. : pnllevs and ropes arranged and tlmea during the night. The mild and : .
:* Favorite Proscription And many' ar. afraid of God ,, usa hunting him up.i, till moved. there' a great. deal of labor In the extraordinary effect of AwasapRoolU ? ,

Opposite Volusla And -mare of Era Orundy. parents,won't exhibit jiimi"Tbeywop'1. i ,/ ,a'' hg ,pyfat ,OD' ;,I' oopq. ,t2; t$4, y ( sooq reallaed.It stands the higbeat. '
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LAND. ,. ? T T, FLORIDA OJcaMLMI tOnl0MM.vtrj >'*-,Wj' If*..ifr,.. 3 -London LlldI .' Field. Well H boots aU what atoll o tb do !II. for it* wonderful cure of that moat die.treating'eaaes.i .. f
soothing and strengthening nerr,* ----r'C.tting ------ 1 I blessing. fall to folks as can't 1I1)ur o- k What does It eos4 to paint whitewash! :if If yon need a medicine
CITY REAL E3TATB'! 'AND''IN'" >S>f. Band modal, totoHor pho aollnvention tor Ass:._ *' in1attl ""lsojieqaaleil 1. Dewn Competition."I I e'em-KansaAcity:; ndepetadentT' Just the.aine< 1 Half,whitewash.1. Just yop Sold by draxgists
nd Is invalaa n'' and sub* the It doesn't worth, while bpfill jet 1aed oone.d .......
free report on patentamlitv For free books same. seem
1 asaitabulty ,
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,RANCH OFFICE OF. avoo1, *:500; year by moving"
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w'E:8 ) to8 nine nervous Irrltabllltyjwhtuatlaa.narvo.navprostratlon. ,. '
< f6f the whitewash does banoi hot ,
ARKS & bouse?"' 'Never'Teuehed'' Him. \ gdod You may have a. sample bottle any', a)

BAT.'WUDot"t" 8'I '.,jU} hysfatlai. spasms Jfiaf lf Y" .'e ''"Cheaper'NO; I found that my wife whirl try:, Nodd Would you mind returning the "' ,wn) ,the paint. bold the, ..whitewash> book that, ;. K
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faatt the whitewash I loosen
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L tendantuayaqnluaotosalrand'ergsab' Iftlr'tct' oulllre.. a rich wommn'in'theSame' book you borrowed of me last J'eal"Totld ? '' .
'Better !
'paint bore"
symptoms commonly paint the' least Bf nail.' tella"allllll" .
OltyPrapertFSpecialty.) He writes GA-SNOW ; dlseaaei.of'Uie. block.' -80m. one, .borrowed, I It of r IUKV jaJloperp\ 4n",the. JiMMfmoney: ) paint* ]Kilmer .A sb.mtaN.Y.
for the Aetna, "The leading'ire insaranoe .rua.o..n 1nc1a.Ioln.. sleep .mad 0.- and i ihesa't.returued, It. yet, J Did, yoU Devoe. I
com D.nT'of''Amer loa' roes of,the relieves Mental. analoty> knd everacq, ,, ipylhingllke! \ ,the .''ct ;;. .
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THE VOLUSIA COUNTY BEOOltD. -
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VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD It. Hudson Burr's announce Character of a(Icn,. ALL OVER THE COUNTY moray, the church was crowded with
,I friends and relatives of the bride and
,,1 tnont torGovern hardly'oreateda (Live Oak Democrat) groom. Promptly at the appoint Watts & Miller Co. ?

ripple ,on the'politeal sea. A large troth of deep practical IIIC" ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO time, to the strains of Mendelssohn's _
(Incorporated)
BntoroU\ In the Podol loa at DoLancl,-Flu, '' nlfloance stated by tile Pensaoola Journal THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS wedding march, rendered by Miss:Jessie:

t an uoonil olMM matter Mrs., Helen Wilmans-Poet. when it says that It Is not so much CORRESPONDENTS. Baker of DeLand, the bridal procession 'MRD1AREFURMTORE.DMDERTAKINGSee. '

the mental scientist and 1 author the site of a town, but Its character -- entered the church, Mr. T. H. Prevatt,

i II. E. rilKYATT, Editor A Proprietor died at her home at Seabreeze, that makes it a desirable one in which being the only attendant, led tbe way. .

-, in her 77th to live.\ A town with few natural advantages Pierspn. followed by the bride and groom, they
last Thursday year us befo.10.. buy yourHOUSE
bat clans of aDd remaining at tbe altar, where l1ev.W.
a high men
One of the heaviest rains seen here In ''
Midwinter State Fair at She and Col. Post late deceased ?
The FURNISHINOS
women acting in concert tor the general long time fell last Thursday. A. Lowder, In a most beautiful manner

Tampa next February will be a did much in the development of good and working always to uplift, to Capt. J. J. Beers of Emporia made a pronounced the words that made them '. ".' t1 U

hummer. Seabreeze and vicinity, spendinga : develop to Improve and beautify never bnelness trip here Saturday afternoon.J. man and wife, after which the bridal ,WE CARRY VERY ATTRACTIVE LINBJDP. _

fortune in beautifying that falls to go ahead, far ahead of tbe town pair marched out to the sweet. strains of SUITS. MATTI NOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED CROSS
';3': The whiskey of Georgiaare rich In natural advantages bat handicapped E. Barnhart of Beresford visited Lohengren wedding march. :$'
men place:
here Fri
Dartls
father-in-law" John
with a slothful unambitious After the ceremony followed a reception MATTRESSES
going: to fignt that State prohibition day I ......
non-progressive population Chicago at the home of the bride parents
.: law in the court. Judge Isaac Stewart, of De- had few natural advantages, bat she. Miss Eva Minnhew Is carrying/ around) where many attended to .congratulate Reed Good and Rugs a Specialty ,White .Frost Is the Refrigerator}
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!,' Land, good man, too, has symptoms one of the world great cities, aDd a bnnefellon finger/ which came to her the happy couple. Try a Dixie Mosquito Canopy. None better on the Marfct

'. ?: The Sea Island cotton growers of the most favorable made so la less. than a century by the' last' week. The bride is the eldest daughter of 't.

.J. __ of the State are getting big prices character of being almost persuaded marvelous quality of her people. Los James Pnrdoin and DeLeon Barberof Mr and M.... E. M. Woolwine and she FUNERALDIRECTORS <

I f for this fleecy staple this year. to run for Governor. We Angeles, the pride and wonder of Call. Saturday.J Barberville. were mulligans here is one of our most charming young Mr. J. A. Stith, graduate __=_
fornla bad no natural advantage*at all, ladies, who was reared here and has about In embalming, and licensed by .
\ MiamiI' once took a long: car-ride with i.1 the usual sense of that phrase, bat B. Bradahaw wife and daughter, of friends, and Mr. Bullock I. Indeed the State Board ol Health is in f .....
! Editor Stoneman of the Judge Stewart and we sized him within a generation the indomitabl Mrs. B. O. Combs, left Friday for to be congratulated for his wise charge of this department and
nominated for Judge Crescent City.P. will and careful -
Record was up as a rugged resolute, honest will and ambition of her people have choice give prompt detail this "

.. of the Criminal Court of Recordfor man, with a head of his own anda made her a city beautiful: It Is the O. Christopher of the Ettawan They will remain at their parent's. fora attention work. to every

! Dade County at the recent will of his own who would do standard of Its people, their Individual in Fertilizer this place Company Friday.of Charleston was while before taking np their residenceat 'Funeral Supplies

held there. qualities that makes a town or city or Arcadia or West Palm Beach. Tbelr
primary to trust anywhere he was put.-
nation weak rich Mrs. Robert Welbern of Miami is in friends here In wishing them
strong or or poor, as many join Always In Stock.
source Live Oak Democrat.Yes the case may be, and all the opulence ol this neck of the woods visiting her much happiness. and prosperity along
s. It ought to be a of satisfaction brother J. :J.: Hughes.Mrs. .

1 to'Judge Landis to think the Editor of the Demo- nature showered upon It oonnts for bat Lofqnist, tbe exemplary wife of life' voyage. MW'________ __ ...... ,.. ..... .... ._ ..... .- .... .... .... .... :-" 7'--
crat sized the Judge up just little If the type of citizenship: be infector .
that he is still several laps ahead The could into and Irresolute and satisfied to lei architect Peter Lofqnast, and son Henry Miss Rath Varnes la visiting friendsin -

,.t of President Castro who' fined the right.campaign Judge with 05 percentof go things be an they are for the want ol of last DeLand week. made an outing trip here Crescent City. The Hobart M. Cable 'Pianos

Trust only 5000000. energy of mind and body. Summer colds are prevalent among '. "* .
the Asphalt the vote of Volusia county Major R, J. Bishop add adjutant W. some of oar citizens. No thinks of making*
one ever comparisons
l supporting him. Judge Fred Fee Harried. B. Baker, wealthy naval stores manufacture Sheriff Turner was np first of this j.
t. Cardinal Gibbons that between the Hobart M. Cable
says of "
Eldridge, were transacting week after "bad folk. '
:, wealth without religion is a very I We have received thv following annonnoelnent business up this way Saturday. Mrs. .J. E. Deen was shopping in Pianos and any other Piano. The
It i is true that the
unsatisfactory condition. Doubtless orange crop : Aaron Guess, a reliable orchardlst Palatka Thursday/ last. superiority: of the Hobart M Cable
of Florida this year taken as a Mr.and Mrs. Eli O. Morgan announce and skillful fruit tree budder of Em
there : Mr. Webb, representing naval stores Piano la marked that when
at the same time are so one -
the of their
P .daa bter Emmato
marriage
whole is about 4oper cent shorter porte, who makes a specialty of caring firm, was in town first of the week. the
Hobart
some who would be willing to Mr. Fred Fee Tuesday, Septemberthe for nursery stock was here FrI<\\It)'. speaka Pianos It Is simply
than the preceding one. Thisis Mr. L. E. Causey made a visit to the '
at the third nineteen hundred and sevenat M. Cable. This Piano Is a delight to
relieve impecuniosity
an
Arthur who
.4.. the conservative estimate giv- Bennett, holds a responsible county seat latter part of last week. ; -
expense of a little agnosticism. her home in Kisslmmee, Florida. position in the U. S. Government One of tbe hardest rains of the season the skilled musician. The tone is rich ,
from various reliable sources Fee is citizen of Lucie
:en Judge a St.
light-house service, was visiting visited us Wednesday afternoon last. 'q 7 clear and harmonious. Don't think of
: and by parties whe have carefully county, bat for many yearn was a resident his parents" here last week. Arthur Ie a their y
__Of .the 48 counties in Florida of Melbourne. He ia a son of Mr. The truckers are busy getting My 7Gr purchasing' a Piano until you have
made an investigation. The crop handsome chap with his black mnstach fall potatoes planted and other vegetables. it '
there are only 13 which remain and Mrs F. H. Fee, and his many shaved off. t seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable

wet, and of these there are hot in Volusia county however, friends will wish him all happiness pos B. B. Minshew, this place's bustling, Mrs. !Bam:! Varnes returned home Piano.J. .

wet and dry elections in Escara- will not be short 20 per cent of elble. The Times pleased' the enc who I. Interested after week's visiting with
leading merchant, largely Tuesday a
the Hobart Cable Pianos.
handles M.
bia, D u val 1, Putnam, Marion, last year's crop. The fruit i is of ens gained by its worthy young friend. in peach culture and vegetable her sister at Bnnnell. A. ERICKSON

'! Dade and two or three others. good size and color, and it pretty May his pathway be strewn with flowers trucking was ruralizing Sanford last Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Varnes of Denver J

certain that the present' crop will that never fade, and may he never regret week look over the celery and lettuce were down Sunday in attendance at
Florida i is already almost a prohi that he has deserted the beaten farm business Were for risks. their Bister's marriage. JOHN B. WELCH
bring to the county more money Miss Alma Prevatt returned home
;: bition' State. highway of single blessedness for the The Brown &Cade grocery store here ,
I than did the last, for the prices more congenial haunts of oonnnbla first of the week after a three weeks
has the good efficient help in the person
ORANGE FLA.
';, On account of the small crop will range higher throughout the bU Melbourne Times. of MUs Mary Cade, who is one of this visiting. friends and relatives In Jack .-----_...--..CITY..........--,---
';' this there is no occasion for shipping season. Judge Fred Fee will remembered place's very beet young women with soDvlUe.M. .
year, ... James M. Frazee returned home
as a graduate from the Law Department FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
and
mind well
polished manners a
the,orange grower to o rush green: of Stetson University a couple ol to Jacksonville Friday last after a fort
stored with solid of
hunks excellent
,' fruit to market, as has been the The editor of the Starke Telegraph years ago. information. night's/ visit with her mother Mrs. J, AND CIGARS.

practice by in the past. projects his philosophic -.-. S. Prevatt. -DRY GOODS, _SHOES________ _HATS.._ __ ETC., ETC..on .-
many Robert Bennett, an apt student of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward and daugh _. _.. __..
,1 Though if they get the price for vision into the future and brings From the new Florida West Coast Prof. Beelar's school in DeLand, .was ter, Mrs. C. F. Klicker, of DeLand, Beat and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand 'and all first

this green fruit, this advice will back some results which look Magazine, we clip the following very np this way last week, visiting his parents were in attendance of the Bullock- class Groceries for your table. .

not be heeded. plausible. He says : pertinent ph: and picturing love' delight to his Wool wine marriage Sunday. Country Produce Bought._..A First-class: I Meat:. Market In Connection. -
"Botanlcally speaking the palm 'reesamoug
, ., sweetest belle. Bob is a polite mulligan As your correspondent predicted some andldelivery
"The temperance people of are the highest of the plant Orders receive careful attention prompt. You,will find my prices
guard with a matchless,"Wen'IIea8ODed. weeks ago of wedding bells soon to ring as low as the lowest. Give me a call.
Do you appreciate the frequent Jacksonville have started a creation. They are likewise the most tight rope vim. ID[ our midst, so also another prediction :

complements you hear about De. petition asking for the calling ofa Beautiful and aesthetic of plants.. A Albert Turner, one of the, staunch for another one later on.

,' Land by parties who are constant wet and dry election and are One palm ads more value to the selling ciuens, best farmers and foremost We are sorry to note the illness ol

ly traveling over Florida? They succeeding admirably securing trice of a place than any other single trnit glowers of Emporia, sent forwarda Morris, the bright little son of Mr. and I
nA reasonable number of palm Mrs. Sam Flowers who has a case of KLICKER BROS
shipment of the finest; kind of Japanpersimmons
'I !at .once compare our town with signers to the petition. It would trees, distributed the proper locations to market from here Satur fever Dr. Davis of DeL aDd attending,

." others they have visited over the not greatly surprise the Tele- about the home place, adds Immensely day. Mr. Turner is a skilled orchard and hope to see him shortly his little

State, and never fail to place graph to see Jacksonville go dry. to the desirability of the property. and tiller of the soil self. Nlerctiant Tailors

DeLand in beauty cleanliness People have outlived the old de- Very few palms come to their grandest Jndge Jim Cade, of the firm of Brown --

i, attractiveness, ahead of anything lu lon that the whiskey traffic is They tature. however before twenty show off veara remarkablywell of age. & Cade, made last week business Thursday.trip to Jacksonville With Orange City. Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner' 4 "

in Florida. a promoter of business in a com- at four or five rears old. and at ten their honorable business methods itseems (Miss Ada G. Massey the duly accredited

munity and if it has valueas or fifteen of to attract agent of The Record at Orange
; no years age they begin Suite for
they have liberal patronage of morning, noon and Suite of shades and patterns
i. Taking the people's money to complimentary remarks. The City, and will accent subscriptions and
commercial asset its
a surely the trading citizens both white and ads for the same. Any courtesies extended night, new,
'J drain the Everglades will be an valueless. We believe that in trees are quite hardy, bat like other colored in the neighboring sections her will be duly appreciated.) Suite that fityou, too, just Suite superbly lined all through
>lants ana trees, do better uDder
issue in the neyfi gubernatorial the; next fifteen or twenty years they A fearful accident happened Miss right, and through,

campaign, but it will be a very the traffic will be greatly re, favorable"In Florida treatment.the palm Honrahe.splendidly Etta Stone of Eldridge Monday morn- Mr. G. W. Varney left for the North Suite well made at price.riff tit- Suite that are a bargain true-
The Ing. She attempted to start a fire in via Enterprise Wednesday on a business Waiting here. When you appear.
unpopular
one. people are
striced throughout the country and onoe-they have become
the kitchen stove kerosene
by
paying entirely too much taxes well rooted it I. almost pouring trip.Mr. )(
and that instead of whiskey impossible to CONSULTATION
t oU on a little blue and it caught and .Geo. Galloway started for Hallen- FREE
> DOW, and if the JenLJng -Brow- drinking being fashionable destroy them"What exploded the oil can and set her dress dale Wednesday a. m.. where he is

ard-Barrs faction continues in among men, the man who drinksit about the the value West of Coast a palm Magazine tree to says apiece and the house on fire, but very luckily making a good thing of tomato culture.Mr. KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda I

the saddle, in state affairs, thetaxes will be looked upon with something of residence property is true says her father was near the place to help Geo. Demro baa gone to South
stop the blaze. She was badly burned Florida to his luck tomatoes
will keep on increasing.We try raising
of the same derision and he Penaaoola Journal A palm tree
about the face, arms and body before it We wish him success, and feel sore he -
that the eater of that costs ten dollars to secure and
don't know as to other sections pity morphine could be stopped. Her sister's. dress will do well If the season and locationare ,
transplant! will add probably not lees r-
excites.." afire the father
today it
caught helping fight favorable.
of the State but here in than fifty dollars to the value of any oat in the kitchen and on the roof ol Now is the time to order ,
:Voluaia county times are exceedingly residence property In PensacoU! and People are writing from all parts ol
the house. Grandma"Stone. 98
One of the latest installations why more of them have not been planted years the North to engage rooms and houses
', a good and prosperous And old, was. sick in the house at the time.
that is the ia a for the following winter and many Intend
contemplated by mystery.
; navyis Simon PureNolfor 1
don't
people throughout the county, People, forget your neighbor W.
to and
a system of wireless telephones The Florida palm or cabbage palmetto B. Stone. come early, some say theywill
t all busy making money improving Is a beautiful tree and entirely not harry away so early in spring
for battleships. A few Capt. J. :J.: Bishop, his handsome, indulgent -
years
,: and building homes, making ago typical of the ante where it; grows so as formerly. your grove and be sure of a large crop next
this would have been looked upon and ... wife and dear little bonnie winter. All the b'sst, SIMON PURE
.. better crops and living better generally wail, These trees can The citizens still groves use
daughter Gertrude were most welcome meeting are going
than they ever did. We hope it as an absolute chimera. But applied be secured In abundance In St.Andrews visitors with friends and acquaintances on and will for some time yet and the FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : :

i' "' is so all over Florida. It does! science has advanced to the Bay or along the Apalachicola Bay In this snnshlney eden from their topic for discussion will vary to suit
point where a device i is offered to shore, and they are easily transplanted.And the occasion. .
Miami home last week. I E. Fla.
: seem that the prosperous era. in they can be secured by he thousands Capt Bishop O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville
Last evening the subject was "cot-
the navy that it is believed will Ia well remembered here as a former
Florida continues without any almost at the doors of Mlamiai, "
ten, and some interesting fact and
enterprising merchant, matchless citizen
fill this bill.
all the
;j' abatement. In crops, fields, fruits Practically but few have taken sufficient interest obliging neighbor and pushing figures were brought out. Why raise T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.
ships of the navy now are fitted In beautifying and enhancing the value 1MALSBY'S
/' ,a kind Providencehas worker of the soberest kind. He has an 'cane"about the non productiveness of
i"and bestowed an abundant ,blessing with wireless telegraph instruments. of their property. to secure and plant open frank disposition always the the soil I There are acres and acres

.' These work according to them. The majority of people are not wherever find him which would produce a fine grade of I
same ready to
his with you
people. Along
{ ;
: upon Imbued with .
the of the electric the beautifying spirit. cotton which la now going so high in
with hand
strength equipment meet yon an open warm MACHINERY
these times bet COMPANYLong
too
: good come, '
; price that people, will soon need to go
up to 1,000 or 1,200 miles. heart and glad voice. The writer knows
ter people, better society, better Dog ProfedWaman From Ills truth for he conducted and managed tack to the long forsaken fig leaf unless
to the
Distance Phone
1 schools for our childern and bet- They serve keep warshipsat his mercantile business' us salesman, the supply of cotton Is increased to 574;,

.; ter health.throughout the land. almost all times i in direct touch Mad Canine etc.. nearly thrungh,hi.entire residence meet the demand, and the. average aa:: Ocean Street, .
with Washington, for it is seldom here pocket book in price. .
In deed. the people. of Florida About three weeks Total cost of producing plckjng ginning Jacksonville, Florida
Mrs. LIlllan
,
.n that of ago _
by a system relays from F. B. Carlile the unbeatable workerof
,i( have occasion to sincerely join in and baling twenty bale of ,short
Haynes of DeLand. Fla. 'Portable
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a guest; at the and Stationary Engines
this
'' other ships or shore stations place, now ,the hustling woodsman
;. the national thanksgiving; this any Carpenter house on Lake avenne, was for the Bund LumoerCo'a. bast- staple cotton, the product of forty acre, and Boilers. Saw Mills, Wood WorkIng -
S4!,' vessell of the navy cannot be attacked by a mad dog while sitting on Ie 1300,'or$30 a bale or 0 cents a pound. Machinery and Supplies:, Com-
year. ness on Haw Creek called up 8. J:. F plete line carried Iri stock.: Liberal
picked and communicatedwith Cotton sells for 18}
up the valuable today cents
porch. A black pug dogcame Smith The Volosia County Record per Term. Wlte for catalog.
'' in few hours in almost her pound on an average. Hal hat don't It
to and
: The President. has appointed a any rescue fought until agent in this neck: ot the woods, and to raise cotton At some future ,

District Attorney Sheppard part, of? ,the,world.., Some of ,the the Intruder waa driven oft. paid for two yean: In 'advance for that pay time w* will go more Into detail of expenses. State Agents for the Olds flag and OMoleneEncln '

: Judge,of the,U. 8. Court for the older naval officers are absolutely -Little Yesterday Black the Joe family" pet known. popular paper, Friday. Frank .. ha la .- -
developed unmistakable '
Southern District Florida, succeeding disgusted over this state of af-- of rabies called, is one of our leading citizens -j ..
sympUma and was and beet neighbors and is regarded aa '
k the late Charles Swayne fairs. They swore.,with deep sea removed to the Grand Rapids Veterinary one of the most competent authorities

r S and his .appointment,i is said', to oaths many years ago that the college where he will be given the on timber grading andIog ng. Be la USE.ARMOUR. ", ,' *
sober law and always walks
abiding
'Jjfvi,general. aati f&ction'to ,the submarine cable had ruined the best;of care In an attempt to save his be line of right while on duty and

.people.fof the district lie is anative" naval service, keeping a commander life.The when baatops he stands on the peace FERTILIZERSFor S
; pug dog baa been a grist traveler plumb line balancing pole of don tailed
-Florida/and. id : 'republi i- always at the' end of
: : a wire having cowed nearly 30,000 'and jammed punctured. justice and

.n..,a n d;''i is 'gene lly 'popular that ended in the Navy'Depar\- mile*. Including a number of trips to I right. to all .

with the people.'The Florida people' meat. Bat ',the wireless. instrument and from Florida when the family peopleS Fruit Vegetable and \

,are': I ued.'that'' the .President are even worse. The wireless speoda the winter.-Grand Bapids.Mich Ile. :

l 4 did not go; oat of the,State. 'telephone however is'a HetakL Field 1'1

'S ,. S for a a inn*,.Mr.Sheppard is .familiar much milder form of control., It Ia __erraaCllarie.K.XQnale BULLOCKWOOLWINEYardage Crops. :

\ ,. with i Florida. ; affair, he is intended merely to keep the _'more I at Seville of Popular ,

} I )cnows bpi people and is said to ships of a squadron in touch with ... A friend' and good man dttara among and Young Couple. Following are Agent In Volusia County '

''a k,! ,be eminently; ;;qualified for :this the commander at night and in officer __. Yet. to him. death cruel z. T.'BIBLBY DUB, FIOTM ,

.;life''position:svJadge :Maxwell,' adfofiagaiahed. weather when the wig-wag, and It waa, to but tnndUoa. We should At tbe M. E. Church Sunday noon I & r, BABNEY\ '' '
'j PATILLO
,', .J jarist of Pansacola the:,Ardoise light would be out weep at the. advent of a son! to this hf e, ,one of the moat beautiful wedding. that "''SIoe_ ........r.fludD'-............: DeLeon Spring' I : CO.Port' l'I
and rejoice at its depaitura! for tIM has. ever taken ta A. B. PJtKVATT.SeVllle/ Orange i
one place oar vicinity waasolemnised I
'irrhi ried"for the.position by of'thequeetione''The wirelessbphone. .' P. .1U.ma., ,
; 'rn sas
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la the beginning of a pOgrlmace, a time when M>. W.'H.BaDock led '. 7i
M:f. ... fcttfa. 'fhwatow';ToJb'aferro and Mati: $ ,now works np to five of trial; the other tbs. bsBranrax of to the altar Miss Fannie M. Wool wine, ,' .:;a a. DCeTftOOrM."ena W. P. WILKINSON.Lake Helen !' .y9

Ji.';, j Jdg .'iNatwetl'wu'' ;:. ..e* .la any sort of weather and happiness;oar a period of preparation 'sue of our moat charming and so.eompiiehad PORCH SHADES Smyrna s '

,.r;, ., E and .the""republican: fsvorableoonditions'much. ; ,, farther UM other.a joyful rwUlaaUo of the young ladisst The church ,.GBTJBKB-MOBIUii. DaytoDa'HDW. CO. PUTNAM'dr 1l OWew ,' ,
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,.:, U. OoTernor. BrowwdMr ..', It is infinitely quicker than. good tatae:whtoa have bees prepud wa tastily decorated with palm and We are exclusive agents at DeLand A. T. PATCLLO, Oak: Hill :;; .
\, for... 'Beset-felt sympathy from hundreds flow.., the work of the many friend j for these Porch Shade*..Jut the UUn* OIiteen- A. P., GUNTER
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'';'::1. .. .. ..Sheppard lag'or lamp signal, probly of triMda pet! -a to.the loved. .of. the:young couple. praaatiag a most for your verandas during UM hot nun. D. r. wirr/HXBBLU/ > Plenon

'''q'. ,. ':;,\ '.,' :.f. 'ra'J '..... > ,will create .a demand for ex- oar ha harm ballad. ......8 picture to the eye. f mar sea '.Call. at *ourstore, ; and*: -t ,Belly BUI .a. .8..GLA.W80N. '. ,
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Fresh Bermuda onion seed. Fioher'i. School books new and second band, .

CLEARAJiCE Quite a number of children about De- at Fisher's... i
Ij.p SALE
{ : I Land are affected with sore eye County Treasurer ;J. J. Vln&ant'I
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visiting relatives at Lake 1
Judge Stewart' was' on the coast on City. -
business the first of week Mrs returned this
.., legal the Dr.Lyman week
Mrs. McCann of Elizubethtown. Ky., from a star at Coronado Beach. .
Sumner :Clo1fh' and Hats
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hg is visiting her sister Mrs. W. O. Watts. I Mr. R P. Walters spent a few daysat SCHOOL SHOES K

Miss Mabel Wednesday Osteen this week on bnalneua. ,

from a two month stay In Virginia. I A big acreage of fall garden .are being -

Outfit Mr. M Davis Is In New York select- planted over the county these daYe.I FOR
L Now is' the Tine 'td Get an Cheap
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;: Ing the fall and winter stock for his Messrs. S. V. Hough! and S. W Allen ,
store. I paid Jacksonville visit the fret of the BOYS AND GIRLSIf
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Miss Anna McLeod ban returned week.

f -_-SUITS THAT WERE from a couple of weeks' pleasant visiton Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Oates have returned I
the beach.
from their vacation,, paused np in
': t' ,8.00 Now $ 5.33 Mrs.I.M. Starke is back at the Beres- New York State. you want your Boys and
Ford home after month in
South Carolina a passed Mrs. Charles Miller goes over to Bar. Girls to have a' Good Fit* a
$10.00 Now $ 6.67 ber's, Coronado( Beach next week for
I Mrs. Jas. W. Perkins and sister Mjtas several weeks'stay. Shoe to wear well one full of
$12.50 Now $ 8.37 Mary returned Saturday from a visit at 1 ,
i "f ; '. '
; ; Mr. M. O. Rowe has returned from
... . the old home in Oblo.i. invite ,
... Marianna, where he installed snap, we your inspection -
$ 13.50 Now $ 9:00: a
: Mr. Joshua Myers., who has charge of
,, ; 1 : ,, phone exchange for a company. of Shoes. We take
: /. ,: the Dickinson interests at Orange City, sele-I our
; $15: O Now' $10.00 President of John B.
... .. was in town Tuesdays { Halley,
Mrs. Henry Stevenson returned the l'I University, and family will arrive pains to give the Children a.
I
", HATS THAT WERE latter part of the week from a three tomorrow from the summer vacation. GOOD FIT. -

months' visit up in Maine. All the DeLand boarding house are .

I : wee;, s 1.50 Now. .... $ .47 Wednesday next, the Jewish Day of preparing to open for the coming sea-

I \ -.. ... .. ,- of Atonement the store of M. Davis Jon. The MoLeod's will open next week. All Styles Built for Service. Prices right.
$ 1.00 Now $ .47
will remain closed to the day. The white fly is again making! its appearance

$ .75 Now $ .47 Don't forget the startling reduction about DeLand. Very few are

i'I 1. lu Lawn, 'Parasols, Gentlemen's Straw seen, and they are being killed by con- FOUNTAIN'S.Children's .

,'I ", $ 3.50' ; Now i !: l.; j $ 1.49 Hate and Suits. Dreka' Phone 77. stant spraying.Prof .

l ... ... d Hicks, the weather forecaster, predicts Saline returned Wednesday

. $ 3.00 Now $ 1.49 many storms for the present month a from a two weeks' visit in the mountains Hose-the kind that wear.

$ 2.50 ,' .. Now $ 1.49 severe one the last week of the month. of Georgia. Mrs Snhrle remains.

.. .Mr. Alvin A. Brooke ... promising np there until October.

- $ 2.00 Now $ 1.49 young business man of the south end, Misses Mabel and Myrtle.; Davis at

was at the county eeat the first of the Greensboro N. 0., the past two months, .1.1Frel1

PANAMA HATS THAT WERE week. go to New York today, where thev

Curtis C. Fanning! bas. .. returned froma meet Mr. Davis for the trip home.

> $10.00 Now $ 4.99 month's visit at the old home In South Agent! E. L. Powe left the latter partof 44 M44444444444 t444"4 4444 4444444444" 44444 "

Carolina. He also visited the James the week to join the family in Ohio.

$ 7.50 Now $ 4.99 town Exposition. They return home via Mobile, Ala., Smith bits made another pur I For Sale-An attractive home within

Wanted-A good "square" piano for where they visit relatives of Mr. Powe. chase of one of those choice lots on one-half mile of Stetson University,

" $ 6.50 Now $ 4.99 the winter season. Anyone having snob Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wood are In re West Rich Ave. nearly 8 acres of land, on one of the

$ 5.00 ,Now $ 2.75. an"A.instrument B.", DeLand to, Fla.rent, please address ceipt of the news of the arrival of a fine You should gee Jim Erickson if you I best avenues a Rood 7-room cottage

I boy at the home of their daughter Mrs. expect to pnrcBase a piano, organ, talk with all its furnishings, electric lighted
Thomas L. Page and Ron Will have George N. Metsimer, Willlamsport, Pa. ing machine or sewing machine. He city water, ample yard with beautiful

STARTLING REDUCTION IN SHOES returned from a trip to the former home Mr. Robert Paxton, who ban. been keeps the beet In the market, and you shrubbery plant house, buildings for

i in Virginia. They- also visited the with a Jacksonville house during the can get either on the installment plan dove, poultry, carriages and horse.
Jamestown Exposition. if yen desire. A charming residence Rood reasons ...
LADIES' BELTS SKIRTS. Prof. C. A. Keith, Principal of the summer vacation, has returned to De- I for selling this estate and personal
...
Land to resume his studies in the law Deland property at a bargain, and we will have
DeLand public school, has a card elsewhere
department at Stetson I At Churches. a new owner soon. Apply to E. H.
Silk and Leather Linen Pique Indian Head in The Record to which the attention Httyward.
,
of patrons and students called. Mr W. W. Aluott and family have
returned froma summer's stay at Chicago Christian; Church
Dark and Colored Wash
Assorted Colors Miss Jeanette Roaeborongh returned
and in the West. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday school 10 a. m.; sermon, Card of Thanks.
I
Friday last from a month's visit at At.
Alcott are now getting the Melrose "The Unhindered Anothema", 11 a. m.; For the many acts of kindness and
lanta. The father and two sons return.
I9C. at I'4 off ed Saturday from a couple of weeks ready for opening for the season.A Endeavor 6:45: p. m. Prayermeeting loving sympathy given us In our deep'

spent at Pablo Beach. lage number of fyonng people attended Wednesday 7,110! p. m. sorrow- a family we thank all.
Sociaf MR and MRS. T. O. KREMER.
the Box last evening at
Mr. J. J. Banta recently inserted a St. Barnabas' Church.St. .
LAWNS. SUN i notice in The Record for the home of Miss Emily Hibbard, given
... PARASOLS advertising a Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. We Want Houses
pair of fox squirrels. He received a under the auspices of the C. E. Society Campbell Gray, Rector.

12 1.2c.,15c.,18c. and 20c. Plain ''White Embroidered pair of beauties this week by express of the Presbyterian Ohnrch {and a delightful Sept. 15th, XVI Sunday after Trinity. We are having Inquiries for houses.
social event it
from Ormond was.
an party. If have a house to rent or only a
7 a. m. Holy Communion; 10:80: a. m. yon
Mr. Berlin H. Wright the Penn Van Mr. G. A Dreka returns today from of let list It for It
.:now.. and Fancy Colored Choral service with sermon. 5 p. m. part one, us you.
N. Y., astronomer, writes to change his New York. Mr. Dreka has been North evening prayer. No Sunday scbool this will make a difference to yon whetheryou

= 8Ce = Record to DeLand. He has a One homeon the past month buying the fall and week. Daily service at 5 p. m. rent for three or four months during -
at 1-3 off Minnesota Ave The children will winter stock for his dry goods depart. the busy season. or for eight months

resume their studies at Stetson. I ment, and it Is the largest and best The Baptist Church. or .a year or more. Let us find yon.a

Mr. A. D. McBride returned to selected stock of goods he has ever purchased Services on Sunday,Sept. 15th, at the long term tenant.

Rochester Tuesday. He and Mrs. Mo. for the DeLand trade.. Baptist church will be as follows: Bible We Want Room.

G. A. DREKA & C0 Bride will be down in' October for the Harry Davis, son of Dr. Davis, returned school 10 a. m. Public service 11 a. m., If you have furnished rooms that yon
sermon by the Pastor. B. Y. P. U. 6:45
winter. Mr. McBride is extensively from
a summers stay at the
do not need let us rent them for you.
PHONE 771NNNNNNI engaged in grape culture in New York: former Georgia home the first of the p. m. To these services a cordial welcome Our eighteen years experience in the

State, and says the crop this season is week. Mrs. DavIe will not return be- U given. hotel business in DeLand should enable
f I.F fF. .N. .Mh1t . . . . . .. . . . . . I the beet had,for many years. fore October. The daughter Miss Annie Presbyterian Church us to aid you In finding acceptable ten

Rev J. D. Blocker, who has been sup will attend Cox College, a Baptist ants.

plying at the Baptist church, St. Aonatine eohool for girls at College Park, near Sunday school at 0:43. Preaching ser business placed in our hands will
NOTICENotice The Public School. LOCAL SYNOPSIS. during the summer returnedhome Atlanta, the following school year. vice at 11 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. al 6:45. have Any prompt attention. .

Is herebylgtven that at the regular Wednesday. He is dean of the Mr Nelson Baker who, for The union evening service will be held COULD BROTHERS.
meeting In October 1907, the second The DeLand Public School will open young men's dormitory at Stetson Uni many in the M. E. Church, South. All are
Monday, the city council will levy tai years lived out at Winnemiasette. and
a on Sept. 38rd as baa been announced. TUB IMPORTANT MEWS ITEMS OF versity. He is one of the coming Bap cordially Invited.
i. of five mills fur water works and fire I father of Mr. Thomas J. Baker of this The Marsh Market.If .
tilt pulpit orators of the State.
protection for the year 1907 In accord, On Friday.Sept. 20th, at 8:30: o'clock, THE FAST! WEEK. place, died at the Palatka home last Union Services

Florida.By ance with Chapter No. 8605, laws ol examinations will be given for those Mr. B. Falkum: for several years Monday, age! 79 years. He came to The Christian, Presbyterian and First you want the choicest cuts of Meats
with the meat maikets at DeLand is Florida in the fall of 1875, locating at Methodist churches will unite with the eave your orders with nee The beet of
order of the council pupils who have not previously attend Local' Dad Society Items for the People'sPsper I Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
again behind the counters at The Lake Winnemlaaett from Knox M. E. Church, South in the evening
E. D. McLEOD. ed the public school as well as for those ...Brief .....0. of Fact.e.n .. county, Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak
Clerk who failed of promotion and are seeking Market and would be pleased to havea Ky. He leaves a wife and five children, service. Rev. Saunders will preach the fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon,
hr oar Reporter. call' from all his friends, assuring four sons and one daughter. sermon. All cordially invited etc Courteous attention and prompt
by private study to 'make' thell i
up
WANTEDTo them the beet cute of the- choicest J. W. B. Smith, delivery.
deficiencies W.; S. Taylor, Dentist meats-beef, pork, mutton, lamb. Messrs. Lanman & Aokroyd. contractors Sec. Marsh Bros.
bays lawn mower, in good
con are making rapid headway on
A. KEITH
dition. State Address S. W. H., O. Table board. 41 Rich Ave.
price. While standing on the end of a bath the Jackson and Tatum fine home

Record office. ... Principal. t Fresh garden seed at Fisher's. tub at Watts-Miller Co. the other day, The former corner of New York and ,

Old paper for sale at this office. trying to get eoodd down from a shelf Clara Ave will cost $9,000, and the I .

Dr. Mellette'Remedies at Allen's. above, Mr. D. J. Dnnbar lost his bal. latter, in the Hough addition, north of .
ante, falling across the rim of the tub, .SCHOOL.
M.... Ira W. Whltoomb has returned the University on the Boulevard, will .
SOUVENIRS NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES front a visit to Lakeland his back striking it. He sustained such cost approximately: $10,000. and Is the
Injuries that he has been laid up at his largest private home at DeLand.As .
City Engineer W H. Cozen of Orange home since.
will be seen from the proceedings BOOKSNEW
City was at DeLand Thursday. Mr. Will Tylander who' graduated

.._0 .... ..._._, _.... ... .. Mr. William Pndnett was an' Enter. from Stetson a few years ago from Or. of council Monday, tho night's Georgia session Hydraulic of 'the Stone city

.. '. S' pries visitor to DeLand !Saturday.Postmaster : ange City, now living at Fort Pierce, Co. of Dublin Ga., was awarded the
t was at DeLand yesterday and was a
A' ,. W. A. Allen returned contract for patting down the sidewalk
welcome visitor at The Record office.
Saturday from two weeks'vacation. bids for which work had been
All
Stetson graduates are doing well,
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advertised for by the council. The company
Fountain announces a fine selection Mr, Tylander is holding a responsible AND
-- : & ; submitted samples of tile for walks
-'vl 'Af' nLEN of shoes, for boys and girls, at his store.i.Mr. position with the !East!: Coast LumberCo.
j' which
,0\< ,' "" -. at Fort Fierce.Contractor it manufacture for the purpose,
:; cr'y C "i i 1 I /' : P.: A. Btorer returned Saturday and the council wen so well pleased SECOND HAND oj
Druggi ts and Jewelers Cannon is getting those
from two months stay at Newport with it that the cOntract was let to this : t
tram down over In the flat woods
B. I. way this tile material in ..
company, bexloon :'
(Next to the Postofflcce) over which to draw the shell' and marl "
Trespass notices printed on cloth, can blocks, to be used. Mr. George H.
For the hard surfacing of the DeLand-
DeLand, FloridaFINE.STATIONERY be bad In any quantity at The Record Daytona road. He has acquired a fine Crafts the President of this company, G. W. FISHER,
.Jt: office was present at the session of the coun s
marl pit some six or eight miles this
oiL His in the which
company erectedthe '
.0. "' '-sees. Mr. E. L. Hon conducted the morn Hide of Daytona and In easy access to _
tower and tank for the city water .
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works. Mr.
Crafts informs that bis
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i. i.L4; "'i: company turns out a very pretty
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The Record
: regrets to note the death
Branch Swift's tile which
I : The Olive Mrs. popular pressed gives yean of hard
: .r n+., 1 S t. ""0'' I ,. boarding house., will open for. the' of little Carl, the two year-old bon of wear. He will at once proceed with is made from the .
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Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thornton, at West
smuon. tomorrow... the work at DeLand, and in the meantime '
DrJa vllle, Fla., last week where Mrs.Thorn while here will take contract
1 1of
UoS" W. Fisher.returned Sunday, I choicest cuts
': very
& ton ha been visiting her uncle !state!
PURBjD !
r from a mol th'* stay la the mountains from private) parties, for hi. walks are
'l ". '. J' .. of North'Carolina. Senator NIel. Mr.. Thornton left as so attractive, so firm and !good, that meat and cured 1(-
soon as a delayed telegram reached they are admired and recommended ;
.. i>Come tn Dreka's ;and see their new' here, but the little fellow bad been laid :
wherever have been down. '
they
",. ..,' .... :.. ;'- and t complete; line .of Ginghams and';, to rest before the father reached there. put to a, mild, delicate ; : .;
77. The FloridaLife Insurance Co. of
j Chvlotel1Fhonr Mr.; Hettle M. Austin, of this place, Jacksonville'.will shortly establish .'a 'flavor. It comes ;
.'. .>.'". 'MrW:.. Steed returned Saturday and her daughter Mrs. Charles Anderson local agency -In DeLand. Messrs. Dan ; .

'i iJ. F. ALLEN & "CO. frombl* vigil to Savannah.. Mrs. -8. ; of Jacksonville, who have been in G. Pleasant- assistant secretary and to your'' table in J.

and the children return today., New ''York'' City and 'Vicinity for a agency director, and Richard L. Pleasant

: 1.MlM .Joyepain Llndley came op from month, have returned to Jacksonville. *, specIal representative arrived In .Bee Nut vacuum glass'arsSliced :

Leading Furniture. House of Volusla County Film Beach the Hirst of the week for a Ida note to ,thla office Mrs A. report the city Wednesday and are stopping' .
'L '>' .a pleasant time while North; that they Beef free'from kind
( visit .with bet*UUr Mrs. J. l B. Blgelow. the Putnam Inn. This company was any :
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I :' l attended services at the little church organized In April. 1906. capitalized at ...
: 'H 1Crl9t": Jd' Now
) i the\lm. to caw the new and
around the while in New York
J corner $1,000,000, and every share of Its stock : .
"DROP"-'lNit attractive line) of.Drew Gtoods. Come City and met''Rev. and Mrs. Dwight was placed. In Florida.. among bankers of preservative, ready'of instant- use. Inj: j '
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early' and;bat Ant choice. Orvka's. Cameron. Rev. Cameron being assistant
and business men throughout the State
I Phone 77.1 Hector of that burob. 19 elude a jar in ,your 'order. 't
and see our Newest. ID[ month it has written over M.500- '
'Mr. i"J Li Banta .has left a Sand pear Immense loads of hay are seen passing 000, and I Ie producing now at the rate of ''''ot'1: ""'.
at this office which weigh a pound anda through town these days. Never before i'a A.It U
: s.in Parlor cr 16,000,000 annually. This remarkabl WOQDALL
Styl an ; .
.. fourth: ,11]1. from a ,tree la hi* yard did oar farmer and growers harvest so record and evidence the fact .... ;,.. '.

{ CD Blob AveMayor .. much hay. They are saving that ISO that oar citizens are Inclined to patron- '

Dining, JR.opm; ;fur- W Ely. was'bvcr"' from Daytona per ton that most now be paid for the lie ".sound home company.. Tlae continued 'Our Hoe of Staple and Fancy Groceries'I* m. complete. as I II '

\ Beach/over;:Sunday, HI* and City" imported product. Speaking of haymaking \ success .of :the Florid! LlftTlVsuranoe I It can bt fresh and all high class standard. brands.. 1 :

IIlturey 0 Treasurer Grant.'Bly's family are .In In Florida you should.. what Co., which *eem*' axnred. Fresh. y
S. "" r-" ''t.I cottages, there for the. -mouth, --.- John_ Nookols Ie'' doing from a '!mall mean much to Florida and oar oittsen, *vegetables. every .morning.. _.. ,
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, *.The,,''carpenters,. 'plumbers, brick piece of land, from'whloh he I* harvest.lug a*Its Investment are all mad Iii T1oI'f'? x'u. : .

mason*MOt p.ini.ra.ofD.Land'arethe> the begaar weed which, it 1* said Ida and wilt go far toward'developing aw

..Pbo... No.6a J. F. ALLEN & CO. DeLaDcI. Fla4u tmslMt;*** of 'workers In. the county m ake* as fins;ilt&7" can be hid in the our resonrce*,,\ ,We*wish this'company -- -- ..PHO79_ "r : ;,

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\ SHARPENING' OLD' FILES: une Ot tee most """'lit or tnmteInwtilnl t1Fvkott I Mew Kngln .F.r: Erie Railroad Weigh r AW \OLD ; ADAGE Notice Notice .of Final Discharge i
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loss bern liorlrk Fm'd Over 800 Tons ,, iTftA&TfDGQi\
% SAYS after date, namqly, on the llth day of .
\t.' Sand Blast Mashln Route the Round W. Stoner." at rinlnll.-Kl.' N. J. AtRtmwn Three lucoiuotlvoa, just being completed December 1907,1 will, asMardlan, of Edna v

\' d T..th. In Flit. 2, HID' 'lr* coimlsts for the Brio railroad nt the "A light puree U a heavy car.." Uusque, formerly Kiln, Bennett, present

It would seam that n niut Must I'"! of IIn nrnt (A), >\ lilt. ..It nt its outer" end Bchonoctady work of' the American Sickness makes a light purse Tory my final, County account Judge to thdlfen.of Voluaia J. tee oount MOo

rctod against 1\ nit wuiilil' like thu 1'.lm'.... "' llq cud finaldlenbarge
suppurtH a pulloy. pp Looouiotlv company are the heaviest Fla such guardian, and ask for a
harp edges from (he tooth, but luntoml of 'the arm' Is forniiHl with n forked and most powerful englnos of their The LIVER U the seat of nine

the'fllua ar* shsrpmuM by the treat hea.uit( ) wltlrij} ntn. over a lirnokiJHANORB. kind ever constructed.Each tenths of all disease. Dated June Uth,;'1 OTV, Di, A. L WUUWtjIl n -1( LINE lbAlIfW qA J\IJ'Ct: '
''
went The'lIIlhluo.'h,,"'*JIluntnitM locomotive alone, without Its I 1 GMardliiHi k \

I Is constructed.ouv; this'principle. It .. dL'UIiCJ tog tons and will haul ,
tender weighs >S BBBBBB BBBSBSB BB BB S m >SjBl .
BB SBjSSB BBSBB .
Tax Deed Um u :
consist of a sheet metal bond with nn loaded Notice of Application for fffff J.
OB the level, 83O freight cars, or Tutt'sPilisgo 1
tho file der' Section 8 of Chapter 4(188( ,. L ws I
I opening la front for liiHortlr.it a train about two mile long. i Jamestown Exposltlpn tea >from .DeLand
and a small sand blimt imrntim> 01"| .of Florida.' J ': } : I :
.Tbs* enormous machines are of the >. i + '
.rate&.'by couiprosHiHl air or,steam.. type known as Mallet compound and Notloe Is heVehy'glfenthataeoj'V.Vilm. dated&r I' B EASJNATiCIIETl3-g38.11)j, so''J wily'" taa b lcu1tn-'i'6.2;& .

sharpening pronMM M'\111'bo dent have sixteen drive wheels arranged In to the root of the whole mat the puroilaser lilb of Tax of June Certificate has No.Ailed 41, said : sold each Tuesday.: limit\ 10 days not !food in parlor .or sleeping cars,
understood from the' HOctlomil clew ter' day 1W6. 60 tickets-$ 5 sold \ day ticket-,20.90 sold dally.CoaeVtlne .
ly two Independent groups of eight each thoroughly, quickly safety eortllloatu In my olllco, and baa made ap- day : 111 ,' dally; ,

of the Ole tenth shown In I'ltf. :3 and 1 The boiler used are more than forty- nnd restore the action of the with plloatlon luw.for Said tax deed oortllloate to Issue embraces In accordance the I I .<< : ', .'k M> 82? \ wAJL( "Norfolk Flyers" No 80 No 89 I

: three feet long and the inside diameter LIVER to normal condition.: following described; property situated In Lv DeLand 3 OOp Lv Norfolk 6 lOp 8 2l5a/

!. tit of the largest firebox foundationring Give tone to the and Volusla county, Florida to-wltt : Ar Jacksonville '1 30a 7 OOpArTJ( ( Jacksonville 2 POp 9 OOa
.j It J Is with system deed BookJ Lv Jacksonville '9 aOa 7 'Lv 'Jacksonville 2 9 30a
r ', Is eight feet provided 10 acres In swK of nef. per 35p SOp
404 tubes two and one-quarter Inches In solid flesh to the body. page 62O, section 11, twp Us, range 2Ij e. I Ar Norfolk y r,'I BOa 8 25p Ar, ,JeLand. 615p 1 SOp

diameter and twonty-onu feet long. 1'bowater j I The said land being assessed'at the date Pullman l 1f Bleeping Cars to NoMoikWrite i

.tNg )" ; in the boiler will weigh 432,700' : Take No Substitute.Exrnmlon I of the Issuance of such oertiuoate In, the I
name of N. Hegar. Unless saidcerlilloate for Illustrate'11 folders cbntajninffrtnapa; descriptive matter -
-1J..J II. and the tubes 23,700 pounds. ':
pounds shall ba redeemed to '
:. ,L-; ''I.,",," ".._. Ono of the fireboxes would make a law, tax deed. will Issue thereon according on the :iUth Ticket, hoteillatll Agent (etc.>ne Atlantic For reservations Coa8> Line Qr or, information. address any ....

'' good sized living room being ten and Low' fates from Jacksonville day of September. A. U., 1007.
Msovnnvq, nee" -r7MpRofsp Witness mv olllulal signature and, pal ri DI.tract Passenger Agent :: Llna
.. one-half feet long and nine and one- \ln" A. C. Line. this the 23rd day of Auuuat: A. l> 11107.1SAM'LD.JORD> FRANK l .'' ,$YLESTOB, JACKSONVILLE\ < FLORIDAt
half feet' wide Inside and haling a : I ,
l : cr.1Yf' $110,25 Nashville, 'Tenn. and return 1'1.
.. ''tnoreto.\ area of 100 feet. Clerk Circuit Court Volusla County .
Thebracket grate square
((0)). 'anil. Is pivoted1 on sale Sept 21 33, 83 final 'J.i ,
of this W, CBA1O,' p. T, M T. c. WHITE, G. P. A.
'(f Q)'Is i l t 0+*> ,fojfr(\ ,of a broad First of the locomotives type limit Sept! 30th.
Notice of Deed Under
Application for Tax Wilmington N C. Wilmington N. O
built the ,
this that by ,
ill'C In country was
cV'to baseplate _
t horizontal dirk sei .J
,
Section 8 of 4088 Law
and $114.05 Florida Day at Jamestown Exposition Chapter .
Baltimore .
': which Is fastened to the frame of tb. same company for the sale 23rd final of Florida. I BiB4W'BR41. 1111.... .. ..
on Sept.
I J.4.d1.i1JI1IIJdJJ. window,!' OQ.tbe,fo(ked head (B) a Ohio railroad in 1004. This world engine at that astonished limit 10 days tickets good In Not'oci Is hereby 'given that George H. .

,: lug (D)) Is formed, and on the baseplate the engineering Pullman curs. Clark) purchaser of Tax 1/ertltlca.te: No 7, -

of the bracket la a aunge (E). lit. time by Its enormous size, but these For further information write Frank dated the7th dav of August/ A. D, 1906, .
I engines for the Erie railroad are aa City Fax Sale of the City of 'Daytona
; '1&,2 nplel>i> run of the clotbCHllne passes uu; O. Boyl ton. District Passenger Agent baa filed said certificate In my 'odloe, anil
dor' thin flango and arou't.lhe\ :.. pulley, much heavier than their predecessor Atlantic Coast Line Jacksonville Fla ball made application for tax.: deed. 4o issue : I
t 'In ooo,*he!'arm (A> Is swdng Into the r as that engine was heavier than the In accordance with law. cta described\ < John B. Stetson University

room and tho clothes are hung on the i next largest locomotive of Its time .. oate embraces the lollowlng "

lower' run of the line. This done the The decided success of the Baltimore Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under property situated In Daytona, Volusia .
Section 8, 4tittt! Laws ofFlorida county, Florida towit:
F IInb'-\a and.Ohlo engine however has proved ) Chapter ,
'11.3" lower 1011 ot tho caught overbook a
A I. AH north of lot block
HIgbee Line
[ ((0)!) formed on the bnseplats: the: advantages offered by this type for thirty, Daytona. one APPIUATCD WITH THE UNIVERSITY OP CHICAGO.

___......___
outward I exceptional weight and hauling power Notice I I. hereby lIven that KinostA. u S
TILL BHABPKNINCI! 1IACH1KB.Flu. Then the arm Is flung across The said land being assessed at the date
Osteon, purchaser tax. certltlonto No W!),
t 3, which are drawn to an enlarged the window, as show In Fig, t, when : and Justifies this still greater development dated. the L tat'day of June, 11MU, bas tiled of the Issuance of such oertlfloute in tbe COLLEGE or LIBERAL ARTS-Standard* are Identical with the University
I S. Uolemaa heirs. Unless aid certificate .
scala. The teeth shown In Fig. 2 are the lug (D) will lock the line firmly la of the type. salt oortllluato In my ollloe, and bas made flume shall 'be redeemed. according to I law of Chicago.
tho beneath the flange (ET. application for tax tI"'lo Issue In aoooril- CObLBQE Off L&Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.
1- those of a new Ulu and tlioso In Fig 3 aperture tax deed I will .Issue thereon on the 2nd,
anoewlth Said certltloate embracesbe
and F) formed on the underside NEW DIGESTIBLE. law. of Oct. D 1907 COLLEGE OS .rECDNOLOOY-Klootrloal, Mechanical and Civil En.
l' are the> worn, rounded teeth of an old a lug ( BREAD following described property situated day A. .
glnoorlng.
:, one When the file I Is befit In the sand of the forked head (B) will move Intoeltlldgemedfv4OB In Volusta county, Florida, to-wltt this Witness the my official :signature and seal. COLLEGE FOB TEACHERS-Five course of study for Florida 8obool..s.
1 bloitl! ih'e' teothre clue Hown/as'lnar-' *nV Book"(fit td told : Wrran, "'Properly Mastloatsd Hot Rolls All north ot railroad, block 1 and 3, Wet< 30th day ot August A.JORDAN D.,1007.SAM'L Teachers. ,

,I sated by the white lines, thus replacing the lower run In place. The disk ((0)) of Case to B* Injurtous." son's Enterprise.The Clerk Circuit Court :VoluslaCOnatytFlq D. PKEPABATOBY.ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton,
'I tbe bracket Is formed with a number laid land being assessed at the date :Michigan, Vauar.BUttlNKstt .'
\ the sharp cutting edges and making New bread la commonly considered Shorthand.
: COLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Banking! Typewriting
of the Isnuapcs ( suob certificate in tae
lock- o
\i the file nearly as good as uaw. Tbo of apertures adapted to recoil a ndlgostlblej and with reason, but It U name of Mary E. Williams Unless said' Notice. Business, Law.SCHOOL .

{ number of times a file can be re barl"- 'lag pin vbkh passes through the not necessarily so, says Fuer Alia Wolt cmltloata shall be redeemed according to OF MECHANIC J ARTS-Wood and Iron Working and Manual

ened depends upon the work for which forked head (B). In this manner the Hot rolls when masticated properly law, tax (deed will Issue thereon on the 4th In County Judge's Court' Voluaia County Training.
Florida SCHOOL OF :MUSIC-Piano, Organ Voice, Theory, History of Muslo\
be locked at the desired po- day of October, 1907.
It Is Intended and upon the cut and arm may should not offer difficulty to the
any Teacher Course
In the matter of the Estate ol W.: M. Pul-
depth of the teeth.-Popular Mechanics. sition. digestive organs. The writer goes onto Witness my omen) signature and seal len deceased (SCHOOL:! OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and Painting, oil, water color, pastel.
) *: this the 30th day of AUK, A. 1>. 1907.SAM'LD.JORDAN> .. bTEXdON baa 4 Colleges Technical hoois. 15 Buildings In Faculty
Proof.A .' say: To Mrs Marlon Malone of Mt. Vernon, hdlldcourses. modern laboratories.
To Make Iron Rut strong teachers equipment, museums
Cassia Mad by EUotrlolty.: cbeiujst has ,, discovered A slice of stale bread on being broken Clerk Circuit: Court Volusla county, "''laGuardian's Texas Mrs Lucinda Hopkins and Mrs. ,aymnaalum,:1&class rooms, separate. dormitories for both sexes memorial dining
A French Investigator baa evolved a Birmingham with the teeth resolves Into more or Frank Word and Frank Word,bar husband, .hall wood and Iron shops, manual training and domestic science. auditorium

I, method of using electricity In the production how to make Iron rust proof.. Els lees gritty particles, which unless they Notice. 01, Ho interested:: Georgia, and all other per. jWOJMX) pil> "" rtran, 11 pianos debating clubs, IIt..rorY'lloolctlllll.' stiir lecture"coulees

'' of casein from milk. The process Is based upau the natural affinity are softened by tbe saliva would be Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned '. sons : ; ., Ohrtatjan associations, general library ((15,0m volumes)*' special law
and Is Whereas H. W. Puraell, as Administrator libraryenclosed athlctio tennis courts, baseball diamond
of Iron for phosphorus fluid running track
ul'
method! II Is extremely simple. It consists almost Impossible to swallow. The guardian of Hattie Btoukton, a of the estate" of W M. Pullen deceased Held wa.k. and
k It consists JA/ 1m. minor {football nark-like campus, shell roads cement shrubbery trees
extremely'Simple. will tha Hilt
essentially of passing a strong particles would Irritate the throat anil on day October, 1007 has tiled bill petition setting forth thai then.
current at low voltage, much as Is ordinarily mersing the object to be protected lu gullet The fact I.. therefore, that apply to the at his lion office County in DeLand Judge !ot Fla.Volusla, for are debts due and owing by the estate of electric lights, electric bells, concerts, fraternities, exhibitions, receptions, recitals

used In other electrolytic processes ', a solution of phosphorus, ,the object man Is compelled thoroughly to masticate !- County an order to sell the undivided Interest, ofsaid the said W. \. Pullen deceased and that vespers, .ltoJrel.D., festivals. Attendance now biggest in history of
Isinaumelent '
being subsequently dried at steam hear the personal property to pay f UnWoMllsl tenerous patron; no money'spared. Stetson in tor lo'lorltl.IIrlt,
t the
oft minor In and to the of f
between two terminals spJ4 neJ4 <
one and to Impregnate stale bread and the same, and that the said W. M Pullen last, and all the time .
,' < carbon and the other of.Iron. temperature nod wiped with an oiled thus makes it In a fit state for digestion "section 23: township IT south bTOlh.roN,;range 21'east.MAGU1K died seized and possessed of the following For! Informaton, catalogues, bulletins views and folders address

The carbon terminal, or anode Is ragA London( Ironmonger of authority and absorption farther on la the This Sept 7th, 1907. Ouardlan, described property lying and belnif In the PRESIDENT LINCOLN HUL EY. 'A. M., Ph. D., DoLand, Florida
Ii Immersed !In the milk at a distance ofl vouches for the fact that sam-i tract county of Votusla, and State of Florida" ,
of Iron which have t been treated alimentary towit:-
about four Inches from the other terminal plea ---.
I and i Tola la why stale bread appears to All of lot two of block eight,aooordlng to
l In this manner exposed to the atmosphere Notice of Attachment.In
or cathode whlcb Is ImmersedIn the winter be more digestible than new thread. Beardsley's map of DeLeon Springs; also .. .
a porous vessel containing an alkaline through past ,.. lots four and seven of blook -
Mew' bread, on the oontroYy la soft, elght.aooording! .
Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
,
of deteri
showed not the slightest sign
MoTimmons' of DeLeon -
I' solution-either the.wheyirom a to map Springs,
,
..
doughy or plastic and there appears In and for Volusla County Florida.To .
and praying III and by said petition that he
previous operation or ,a B per cent solution oration. be no necessity soften It with saliva; Amos Outlay, and all Other Persons Interested may have the order ol the Court directing State( Institutions for (Higher Education,
of caustic soda.It :
'
8mokls. Soft Coal. hence It escapes the preliminary digestive You are hereby notified that under and him to take Into possession as Administrator
Is possible with a current dtnslty of the
estate the real estate hereinbefore
of the of the saliva.
from Manchester: action ptyalin by virtue of a writ of Attachment, Issued
,' about hundredth A report comes described as assets" ol the estate for the ;
t",, of centimeter one of anode ampere to per England that a company has been New bread. In other words Is In reality out of the Circuit Court) of the Seventh payment of debts and sell the same lor said Onliorslty of the State of Florida Florida Female
square separate 'bolt d.' and bolting' accounts for Judicial Circuit of Florida, In and for Yolu.ta purpose together with the incidental charge College
formed and five acres purchased near
the caselu from a hundred gallons of County, In a suit therein pending of sale.
that city' for the purpose of I erecting many of tb* Ills\ arising from dyspepsia wbereln E. L. Hon Is Plaintiff, and Amos j
Gainesville Pla. Tallahassee
milk In from ten to twenty mlnut .. Fla.
*
Now, therefore this Is to you
hot rolls should be cointnanq I
large works exploit a new Invention. Accordingly Dudey Is Dufemlnnt, the following lot or ,
This !Is declared to be' no less than a enjoyed for breakfast without any feal'otIDdlgesUou parcel of land lying and bulngln the County the said Mrs. Marlon Malone, Mrs l.uoin- A htgh-graiielnstttutlon for A college for women without
a
Oxygen a* an A"U.ptlo.II ot Volufffa and State of Florida, bas been In Hopkins, Mrs Frank Word and Frank young
1 'process for depriving soft coal'of Its so long as the bread Is Word and all other !interested to parallel In the South embracing atggineirtngAgriculturalandPed
u Ozone la, as chemists know an active attached and levied upon! as the property person ,.lUeD.offerlnll Literary. Scientific,
II : smoke by extracting the valuable oils good and so long as pains are taken to of the said Amos Duttey, to.wit! appear on the eighteenth day September ollege of Liberal Arts, a School
, : form of oxygon.i The Japanese, ever which i 1 produce It The resldaum Is masticate It thoroughly. Lot 1. section 1, township II south, range A. 1>. 1W7, at my office in 0* court house .. for Teachers, a School of Industrial
,. alert to apply science In their behalf bat 2i> east, and lot 2, section 1. township 17 In DeLaucI, Florida, and show cause why ..agoglcaJ Courses. Arts, a School of Fine Arts, including -,,
make of In the to ster called coalite, looking like coke less chains the prayer of said petition should not be
use ozone army south range 21)east, a tract 10 8 Strong faculty well-e u I'p ed piano pipe violin
p organ,
q
much and heat producing Typhoid Prevented by InoculationAccording granted, if have.
more bulky any you
fir hue the water. It J Is a natural anti. east and west by 9.70 chain north and laboratories, thorough instruction voice culture elocution and
phYIIr
to rendered bythe In tbe southwest of said lot 2And : It Is further -
and salable at one-third the price of a report south corner ordered that this citation be
septic, and the plan was carried a step both theoretical and practical; cal culture.
further' notlUml. that the said In The Volusla
Record
coal. Of course the byproducts are medical corps of the British army yon are published County I
I farther and applied to the preservation Amos liulfey and all other persons. interested a weekly newspaper published tat IteLaod, \ farje/uUmpsrjittlon:; : and discipline; A .of. able.apeclallate In
In India the Inoculation
; of meats In. hermetically1 sealed expected to be very valuable against typhoid are hereby required to appear, plead or In said county, for a period of four successive high moral tone.WrrtutlHmcliargreH'. all departments.
I
.
.' fever bas worked well In the demur In said suit' on or before the first weeks -. '- -
; chamber the meat Is subjected to the to''lI'1 lot'd a' :i l.rg-a'f;;
The ISO men were Monday in October A. D 1DU7. being the TUITION FREEF ape.
army. report says Witness my hand and official seal this students. Other low.
action of ocone under pressure after POINTED PARAGRAPHS. otherwise expenses: very
Inoculated when they started for India, 7th day of said month default sixth day ol August, A 1>. 1907 tad instruction. Bat.arts reduced
which It remains at moderate For catalogue\and other information
good
a will be entered .
twenty-three of them refusing to take against you. (Seal) J. LEE: MoCKORY, to a minimum. New buildings. [In
temperature, for, several weeks. This Every good farmer bas three or four LANDIS FISH Judge of the County Judge's Court of address course of construction Write for
a second Inoculation. Fever broke out Attorneys fur tbe Plaintiff, S:. L. Bon.
arm of kill Volusla Florida."Elastic" '
td the County.
oxygen seems
: germs Jobs laid op for a rainy day. a few weeks after they arrived In 1' NDjUW "SLEDD catalogue. A. A. MURPHREE,
of putrefaction and combines with ,
o''f The man who Is old enough to dla and between the fall and the following President Pre.ldellt.J
something la the meat to form a comparatively ,
stable know better Is usually\ ; old enough to Jane there were sixty-three

:; antiseptic. dl.. a cases and eleven deaths In the regiment '!! --- _.. -
People talk about ."different temperaments be _
J Testing Pneumatic Hammers. to which the Inoculated men
," when they really mean two occurred
Tests of a pneumatic hammer states longed.' Only cases
the Industrial World reveal the fact different tempers. among the men who had taken tile
,
'
.
: that of Some men are so mean they like to preventive treatment. and both of 9lb\eruckc Boid : <
', a ,, very alight error design or : Cumber\ eo.ffilaIY
(, adjustment of the valve may affect the take their wives advice so they can these were men who refused the second ?
tell them later how worthless It was. Inoculation. Both reco.ered.'To' .
of the tool marked
/ efficiency. to a very "
Bookcase
/i': .. degree. With s certain hammer, giving There Is this Important difference Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near tbe depotat

. ; 009 blow per minute.the-piston between a frlend-aud- kllu-IiI98ry--tlme Fasten a Bolt to a B-Ick Wall and Desk combined. DeLand with beat cypress and yellow pine

); bad a velocity of Impact of 88.86 feet ;you: see the friend you don't have to Wben on expansion bolt Is not available d

per second at the end of the forward explain something. an ordinary bolt applied In the Permits as much or as little 4nml)6iv) -Flooringr Gelling -Honldingsr
book wanted. + ,
stroke. A slight Improvement In the How "set" old people are In their manner here Illustrated will prove space as ,
i' Desk Unit with
valve Increased tie number ('blows 'VaysfU'S-m elderly should be equally as good If not better. A hole Comprises
t' of( person few or many Book Units as Shingles, Laths Etc.
1 I to 1,040 per minute, while the Velocity seed to 'change,his seat at the table, ta desired. Roomy, convenient j i ,

of Impact at the end of the forward bow It would rattle him! ,attractive. Call and seen + K Ali Lumber, flul i \ding std Fire'brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered

,j: stroke was 44.OS feet per second, 'resulting People are not demoted to your Inter or write for catalogue' 105 I anowhere in the city.

'," of course, In a much, more effective \1''".>;Y<*Must bav noticed It. There- J. F. ALLEN & CO-. as I )

') '. blow._- for. tOIL should give. your Interest' a 4 .AGENTS. ;

lot of.Intelligent attention. For If you I IDEi.AND
Polishing Nickel' Artl i... don't FLA.
do It no one will.-Atcblson ,
t q
:: It is said that a high polish may b* Globe. ] eland Saw and Mills & Works
: obtained after nickel plating on smart .I ____ nnh Planing Novelty

I steel articles, such ,as screws, by tumbling Explicit Instruction i
J. T. I
I them with leather and dry range A Two New York girls recently were _OAIRN3L F'fop' ,_and_ Manager.! .

;, says the Scientific ;American.! ..Thear.< ftfered by their mother to join her' In DRESSED',1

." tidies! are placed In a rambling barrel a mining camp about a day's Journey ; '

:. with leather scraps. joniar'dry vopgela Tromtae-Cty'pf::) : Mexico. The girls' 1 J ILL 1r.WILL' COST YW IND RotrGll ftftBER

J' put Into the barrel alotg Jwlth the were to tsavel 4 Vra Crus by steamer fCENTISU.UI1 | r

,t :! screws ,and leather and the whole Is and then by rail to,the capital where << ( TMCSpSiSS0& ,TIKBS ami ,t-.it! I I I :, Ceiling, Flooi, /'TirliinirifeJt/aawiiri.Post JilouldlnB Window. ano. 'I
:*>or Frames, Newel( Balusters Mantels Turned Porch, Columns etc
.
tumbled for some! time.- Therouge their- father-was to meet them As ay ___dsoter la UK wccid.McW ; "
dercut aa shown. A lump of clay Ja I Bedding for Groves and Fineries.' W Crates and Box Material
specialty
a
coats the surface of the, leather and ,they: never bad.bean In that country MOO HOT BUT: 'BICrrIE- .
:
then pressed against the wall In such < Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building
'
Y causes It to act like a poI slaIIl8' wheel befog they wrote to their mother ask- a manner that the bolt will be held In ... .._ -." ttIIO'I .... neefftcI oat""'* 1'1_ -
Canvas scraps may;ber used In place/of Ins what ftrf of clothx they aoould 10__ W\UIU'ItfDC ..... taadeb' ied kdnatatema DEL ND4 :Fl-ORJDA.: I
leather. the hole In the proper position. An la,_pet......aed .kabla LoW' I ,
fI<;' opening or gate Is made to the cavity, PrtiCKS sod woad.rtul..w.R.e. mad. possible a.U.g froi f.daryl
}- H. HI. Ale
Why
Bought *g. directtoridere4thnomiddlemen'sproataIw
.,' ., ... .which la then poured full of melted l .,pONPFOVALr.uAae.aet/yrilgey/.staMsd
P..u. .. Aiwestksmr, ,, >WBa *_>UM |_.j-'g K
toad or sulphur. allow 10 D.y. K 5 TrW and m.k. oUxr Ub.rr.1 t...,. which io wke.
'L
Accordlng to the Ironmonger B. L the large store wanted to sharpen nls boox ta th*world win do. Yon will leara mrthiiu moA awi aWKlll VvUM uuEmifI7
, .. Blntnann of the University of TJpsala pencil he would enter the shipping department uformatioa by simply wrtti.g tu a p tLL
" .. i we seed a mimf A wry town aaj CM seI I ha aseoitsalu ,
claims to have discovered a n.w process and borrow a knife from on = ::
Comparatively Lucky.A tomak m ': r\\ (y for ,th. electrical extraction of:aKmnmlum of the boys. BooMtlmes the boys did 'young woman settlement worker H''LI : a Friend"k.

"' 'i\ / from blue clay by'which the not ban their: knives with them, but who Is well known In Boston's social: PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES0,

'.t coat of production Is reduced to about then was) on* lad. Tommy Bran, who circle observed that one of her pro I .. ,., .. .....80J
>. one-quarter of the rate. always could be "8'0' .
present depended
upon"flow i ; O r iE1iii k.
tege* bad a black eye; and guesa- :
.
I* It. Tommy. asked the manager its she wished to be : r
lead source, qJDopathetJe PPloeil'
.i l 4. '...... ;jflUtnt) to .w..; on* day a* b* whittled, his pencil and Aid kindly after speak .Q.o:.= oR"al1l :

e .., It bas been said hot If the whole that have knife ;, Yeas ,
." 4 ryoo.:: always i your ing of U. woman' eye: "Never' ,mind.MI'II. afbaa 'III,uea. 5c .. C k
: ,of the,power' from fcfcgara pen atl)- with you and die other boy bates'tr. ,.. GUT 1.
,J Meeyer'1thln.. wUl be all rightTour >, < ..* WIT" 011 bcn *>....) .
teed It give
would
only throe time the Tommy hesitated for a moment "
troubles might b* won HO BORE TROUBLE ROM PUNCTURES.:
,,. horsepower,that ,1* thrown ,awajTiby then. athrlaaT courage, said: of (In tiN
8nra' it might be worse answered Remit >5 yew aperknce
a tl'; the bJ tYftInlida ofjth United "The wage I get arnt enooga foem. .tti*' woman philosophically. 'ndgnt 1II&kiDC.No danger from THORNS. CAC* .

States; ot America aloes, ., i. to afford more than on* pair of be like yourself. Ills. with no !bus- TVS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or GLASS; -.tUoIt--.ir.,.. ..... ....... .' J .
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Alr> Rats Wed, ', 8 vuloanfaed' Ilk any other tire.: ..___........... ..

'Bad; ba forw od .':wa'as U''f'' P.... ..Ma Horny Tee H....... ,.naB. pairs. nun Is. ...... ... OWII'. .- ,wm'' ; lmanufacture'of the
'.. Foolish to Quit Ssrsa>y-1vs Tkwna4 pair. MM. hat a .nu--; :; .'M if 1 t t uhi ". >
t for men Seven week of It la a mine .A $tb to icbeatow .p.abty'ahentDtfis 11\\ +1-wn7'doD't Itr asked beibnaband ...yMV 'I
to sal bav < rott ,.; yonbny t y4jf'so..iadlden; It ltr lyaudoyMtew ,, ,.td 1h41Y1A1wr.pecf.l.rley
to ar **Ta> hMh'lQr- $JltUQ.8rdI..wlWlal.\ M 1.4 sent OD .
who bad consented to ...
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COO pin. Of conn some gas present a _tta.. vacation tnto-tn* -Uf.t 'hopping with ber. "Ton say It to Just wiUM3utallowia. the air to mpa W:bays mired.d.rthr'i--r't-.u: : :; Huckleberry.Cigar;
1. la to. mine had a chemical affinity rIM lad" b- said taefrthvs k..ody bum pum sp..aa twins Ia..__ :f.1Mtr..
"thought we got '
:; wnat yon want" and the price Menu I sa 0I'dI.uy tAN, th. pa-.n yg '! bdsr alr.w by LLre.l .'- '". .
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? __ ; 4bau v aod to D* reasonable,"so why waste time pttparedu_..the tn.d Tto.It M eg= .emmaalyldlwkt.r ,
,' or Solt __M M iW p teat -_tr.sd seta .ken .. ..
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..r. CLOTHESLINE HANGER.I :?; pawed oat betw.e tire u. WYOeao.minr. all_ T1oe.I near..

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Mpantue Obviate. tile ; ..kIL.rm sothalf, tlred,out ytt.-r ,T' .et pry a ant seta ya mmlaed sad mm- Y
Thatti e wj tbe bay eoatndleted. ;:will.tbw..Ysadl.Y.a.ed5. ".nltkgRky matlw w=ae.. Praoi.kr. oply the best ltobacco.s. skillfully
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I.A .ouny of .rett'd6n" \ .a.sa..a.a; p5.5.5 -- -----.- sa.tall. eS hat..... blended, JliH Is'l tll{ iNat'pleases
.. Taln't rGoa eow/ ___lobe 18_'" bi_ ._a kmqrwr., >"y ..
v.nt -.mfbouse wife-*:'city flat*-:and Hors has tDx.. it ulJa __ 11 any 5157 tt bd Issd .. a.e :.. ,:
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goss I II wean ....- < ; 1" ;,, Np4m.ophou.ar ta.to ",foaa4-to illy of leaning oat Of the windowt taM Una,.yea will siaaTthwllBeT wUI rUn eanter, mat GEr, wwrthan b.tter't.sr l.m
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