The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00196
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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(. '"''Whori In,'doubtstudy,;,; atenograpaaa ; -', r ttj V R II; 9 v'N'tX' Orange: City..

I _ "" \been the motto pf the would-be bnniemiglrl i. DELRND.ANDiTS.' I <. L / .<. i h' '..--' 7 u I I. -a'

for the paat ten years", says STEMS OF 'l tSTEREST'WAFTED "'TO (Miss\ Ada. Q. Massey: U the duly, ao-

/ \ [ Innn StepMtt. IIY'r91'pIY.!! .? the QctorVpiunn's / r : I THE ITEJ'' credIted accent of The Record at Orange
yz4fJqmrAb .. RECORD OFFICE 1IY City and will accept ''DnlMcrlptiona' '-
10" : ""pina!, ,ompaijion, 'with: the. :1. CUtUEsh( NDEnS. III ula for the same.Any--otmrteales exiendad -

eHiil't that thousands of young women, ) { ,PROSPERITY a :a 1..Z.ilL!: uu" Sal her will be dolylappreciated.. .),

; never,intended ..by,..education'' training .
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qI natural. ability"to''become etenograhetttj Plersori; Mr. Ben Thnrsby Improving slowly;
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... tor'Ji IftI ts and C't laren J<1 i .. 1I".e'> reduced 'office wages and r': t\; to f..f''TBy '- but It will be some time before. his ankle'

V c)v iv; orlJWdetil bualnoua,! ,,' marts: while : Lewis Wilson1''<< ''thin place' made' ivill be as strong1' formerly! "

The :Kind :Yon Hav Atw ya Bought,liaii Ibwrne the signature 'lundreds ol" .tbelr..l ter*. who, would Mary T* Whitson. >OHlne s'trip iq PmlaikaTuaadsy; Mba Ma seyi having"'rome work

of Cltaa. XX./lttvtclier; fend baa been ma loi under Ills t.enonallfJUpenlalo..tor .1 develop Into' admirable office' workers, UeLnnd has A distinctive individual Voluain county in 1883; was appointed H. Faast of'tiviedo w*.,among our, done on her home lot 'which': faces Park

>> OveJ.'f.BO''Mn"" Allow ona' ,Uve' drawn oWli/alarniecl: by the ever.' ity-nn individuality that is its own tq: Jill an .unexpired term. He is or person vlnltor Saturday afternoon.B. ., tve'hnd, expects:. '' to> set a' few trees'

S to deceive- volt lu' tlU. "VQ tpuxtorfolts, Imitations and ncr Alnj( army''of Incompetents.: and sets it apart from all other towns I has been an orange grower Mason thereon. '
"Just.aMod" are btEzpi1nient .a IJ.lm raq.eUa..r ( ,i '"''There u roo \ In the business world i iufFlorida, licing an educational center and Woodman' Of the World. M.U\>Hhew.r: .oar htwtliaa\ ,bachelor. i I The colored school also opened Mon-i'

liea.lthu: CLUdreu-Ezi1ce aKalust.Uxporlmeut.. for the competent;'earnest' ,stenographer, where the great Stetson University Total enrollment white pupils, Vo. nurchaot boil.is parrying,around, ,' .' 'aresalng dl.r-, lay with Mrs. Bncknor teacher wlio,

The Kind TouSa llways Sought 4 nd opportunities for advancement wale with, Is its located five ,or' gives.ix hundred it an'air students of. 1072.lusia public White school schools, 1753.37, colored, Colored 17! I 'John'Braduhk'w'and' '' ']3.:'c'. PoweH 'of'owellvllle1 haul well" this.liked.school! last year and was' very;

*ever better :nor\ tupre numprons/! then4o.day
1 distinction in a marked degree. De- Average salaries of whites $50.00 made a trip ''to the East
,"" *....'..... St t>A >_4'tiA'e!ravi 4-nvAV. ot .- >- k- frt>*. ,, There\ Ja no reason at .all for the Land is the headquarters for. the White teachers 71; colored ao Coast last week. r' tl, 1 .Mla'.. Gnaal'e Moliat. aOd Miss Etta.

ixbtenoe ,of the ,Incompetent worker.he literate of the North in the while; !=colored $35.00. Good school .builiings )- E. C. Zing opened school Monday morn log.
> will find thonsands there before her. many ot them make their homes here all over county. I Byrd. a most pronxlsiog piece of( :fhe' ybnng ladies have rooms with''

I I d rI :''Pease: 'bear. mind' throughout the year. Assessed value of Volusia county, matrimonial, ,material l,,ofulTarpenttneCity Madam Thursby.
I { in, atenogtaphyi -
Itave girl call
$4,040,033. a
There have been remarkable Sunday t
chang Mrs. E. A.
Hill and
t is a trade, and must work att afternoon. granddaughter
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es in DeLand since I saw it twenty The Gould Bros., V. W. and H.; E Miss Helen
months and even yearn, before you years ago; I have very pleasant Gould, real estate and renting agency For some 'reason, the 'b 'ns in' these, Manville returned from

,become an expert ,.anddraw, the same recollections of Mr. Henry W. De- recently opened up with lots of busN' diggings; have been neglecting their New Smyrna, last. Saturday. eve after apleasaautweek's

aaUtry, aa expert milliner, < fitter does. Land and the nice ride in Lake ness on hand. A large amount of utl..... Hen here ) !! onting.Mrs.
eggs now are as
,... qMp&L. There .U no royal. road, to success in Helen, named for his daughter. Farm property and city lots has been as ben's teeth scarce : \ .J, ,IL. True left ,Tuesday .for
-- --- --- DeLand is the listed with this firm, and prospects are ,1 Pen acola, where she to
: stenography simply because county expects spend
'r ''''I : 7! yonrparents I A splendId I Wincheater shot '
: llattenng for of l gun was
scat of Volusia county-celebrated for a splendid run business month
or with daugbter''Mh.'Altbur
more her
--o-T"-'r---- -'f'J; -- I -' --,: ; can afford to pay for your lesions. ita magnificent orange groves and for the winter. As the University raffled pff here Saturday by L. D:' Stlllm..n.

4 ; professional Car&s: ,,, ., Many of my correspondents seem lovely lakes. has just opened,' there have been Priwell.'and:'. fwd Voh'By1 ''Archie Powell I
.to think that they can .klm through a many calls for rented houses V. W. on'the ftrst.basa. n n II Mr. Wm. Tylander who has been'
business The stranger is at once struck with and! H. E. Gould! are nephews of E, I spending some time in Orange City
coarse just.a they skimmed .
EASY ERMS the intelligence and Qsoar Lot burg DeLand Icon thi
of .
JAMES courtesy the F. Gould of Atlanta for whom the ,with Mr.:'and Mr :' John llsngaton'left
$10.00- toiooToo* P B'lfr 4'A CR li :through thoroughly school. without parrying away people who live here. Ihcse peoplearc Gould Building was named. V. W scene,flatting) /rlpndu,, ,fe[ ,:'came. !Mon\ for,Fort Pierce Tuesday,
aojr '
and COUNSELOR-AT- I / grounded Information.My courtuuun without ...Ilusivenhs.and Gould was born in Michigan in 1870 day. Osoar is a splendid. .young, man of Services at the M. E.
dear girls of have fooledall diginlied without uateiuatiun. brilliant : Church: PreachIng -
LAW. Bait PMch Section In 4h. State you and educated in that state. Mr. Gouldis promise.
teachers all the went :Strangers:; of good character are cordially 11 a. m and 7 p. m. by pastor." Sunday -
5. A, your years you president of the DeLand Building Axel Hugatrom, an Industrious, can-
DeLand Florida to school, but yon cannot fool the man welcomed tot JJuLand is and Loan Association, and vice-presi" lona; orehacdtst la school 10 a. m., Junior League. 8 p.
Will. Practice: in State and Federal mighty particular about who they associate dent of the Young Uens business scampering over theRosengretan .m. All are cordially invited.Mr. .
W.C.-CANI1ONS'; f I i. who", pays your salary. The teacherpeld with. and Ban Anderson
Courts League. The Building and Loan ,Association orange Theo. Demro baa south jilt tent ,
was to do the bent she could by now,
_._ 'Ihereis a brightness about DeLand is capitalized at 300000. groves' cultivating) .. of lots 2 and 8, block 81, of Miss
STEWART & BLY.l Livery;, Feed and Sale Stables.p ou a a a scholar tint your employer will and a cosmopolitan air about the V. W. Gould is "an Odd Fellow' l..; Barry Harper, a splendid young man, fronting' / Graven Ave. and Massey
H <> sy yon to 'itive the best possiblereenlta town attractive. I('je'ntlded'wlth large commencing
ii'1ATTOKNEYSAT PineHnrko FasJ; ..br.fur'iro"ts very of P., and Methodist. < a turpentine 'and to cultivate and improve the
** name.
"i J A\; t-** .oJ for his business and if you do not give 1'opulatiou of IJeLanJ, 2700. One DeLand i is the home ormany of the tthbr/ con'derh! la'Marion county, is

uqMets. all1.w"Ms C Pep.r. them be will find some one who can." bank eight lawyers live physicians: wealthiest turpentine people in, the vtsUini his parents, Mr. and Mrs F. D. Mrs. Elebv an aged and rmpecteil colored -

OfBce: in Bank Uuild'ing. DKl AK>: KM, '*Mitiw)-41IOj'nJ"4C".ami
Branch office over PoHtofflce.DAY'iONACary i,' ,* at UoLaml Juictlon. U. 8, Mail/ Letter to C. D. Lahdls. electric lights, and a great and others. some time past, died Tuesday night and
I 1.oU\ rqutoH. Hacks meet bouts' at Ut-rcsfurd. many' good business houses. 'Hie De-Land Naval Stores Co., is ,Peter/ Anderson who lately ar was buried Wednesday p. m. She leaven

D. Landu'; ''JrJ 1 i,1' B4t ift; ,EontJ..hors1'0Y'IUI" : ; d/lve I"I.J." ** DeLand, Fla. Mr. Silas JU. Wright, the senior law one of thc largest and has been in rlved, \home' from 'the asylum at Chattahoochee several children to mourn her lo s.

LAND &, Pltone'). partner uf( Wright & VV right attorneys successful operation for' years. J. B. !became violent last week and
fIlq"\ Dear Sir: We should like to This Is time for lot
J print a good
i owners
J : : .q and real estate, is about the Conrad, president; D. 'P. Smith vice- had to''l be! taken back Danlphns hereon
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- I Insure with ua.MO, your opinion of this guarantee in this oldest citizen by residence, in De- president; I D. U. Paxton, general accompanied her on the return trip. clean out their sidewalks if they have

AT-LAW, paper where all your neighbors will see Land His father bought and built. manager; S. U. Wilson, secretary and 'not already done BO.I/ they will of
Capt, Cj E. Jones of,
one the largest
i Itr the lint log cabin built in coarse want home-comers and
NOW ia tbe.tlme. ". ever the treasurer. Mr.Vilsol\ has been travelersto
DeLand, Florldaj! 'I., : i'. We'll furnish the paint to paint half town, lu October, 1877. He was from county assessor (lor sixteen years. shipper of,frnft! from here, who! ,has a come with a good impression of the

- Will Practice: : in State..and federalCourts.1 !. Spot cach f for,, IQsscs.. ,, t the house ot any fair man on these isew' York, The value of the total l output is xl the landspine, hammock orange and grapefruit place.
-'' *"" j' I ". '01 ) '.
; The lirst visit that Mr. Henry De- neighborhood of $60000 annually; grove on' Lake. Oeorne made his -
terms Ha shall the other half
Special facilities for examining and {U should ,bo protected., : paint Land ever made to the town that Product is sold in Jacksonville.' Alt' lint shipment of grapefruit last Friday, Seville.We
land titles with\ whatever other paint be likes .
; bears his he usual product is one thousand barrels '
name, slept on a loungein A 'darkey was glean a preliminary
R.you Insured ? same painter (any fair man) same '
L.. MOCRORY, __ waythe the front room 'of PioneerVrights of turpentine and three thousand barrels tearing before .Judge Cade Saturday
J Qvcryxompany.rella.huu.. .__ ( way of.all fair painters to make .a log cabin. Judge Wright, ::'11..s of rosin. General Manager\ Paxton charged with pistol carrying. have been visited with refreshingrains
gVbeu ood job) If oar half doesn't take less Wright's father, was the lirst mayor is from S. C. Secretary'and Deputy the past week.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. gallons of paint by one-tenth to sven of UeLund. He died in 1&17. It, Ireasurcr Wilson, came here from Sberifl Cads made the arrest at Barber.' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Price
\ doeiTyouf poltcyexplrc? would be a graceful thing (for fc- Lenoir 'N. C., in 1881.I vile Friday nfght.( Sheriff\ / Turner came. a of Pieraon
t we'll the
tenths him If
,, s- ", .., give paint. our had the of up .and took him to jail. in DeLand. were visiting in town last week:
ICr)'LandF1orIdAi. 4 .4d.t' half doesn't take less labor by one- Land to. erect a grauitu, sliait to hmiuuiemury. 'pleasure meeting a
I s your policy' In force tenth to seven-tenths. we'll give him Mr. :Silas:; U. Va ri"ht was, countryman of mine from the pretty The Beautiful.' .' attractive wife of A.1arksoll. Miss Elba Prevatt left first of the

S.ln. B.,Wrlahl./ J j S.: B|Wlrht.r., T e epb<<>!lend.DJ.! e1sr el.\h : I the paint. If our half Isn't sounder born in Wutcrtown N. \'. Lame to old town of Covmgton, Tennessee. D \,' 'nee Sallie Cade.. of Lake week for Jacksonville to' attend school
BRIGHT & WRIGHT, three years hence we'll give him the Florida in isttj. lie has always takenan my old l\lurfrecliboro-but now Atlanta there.
HON4NSU&ANCEAUCY.. p etnf.' If our half isn't eonmier six active part in the development of -James .l. ,Alexander one of Helen. arrived to this, place Monday i Mr.
ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW.; : : : year henoe.i.we'll give: him the paint.. Ins town. He. started his present the sin.irlust, members of the Florida afternoon tq ylsit the popular. family ofher ; and Mrs. W. H. Bullock left

pubLic I Any color. busmess real bar who was for private sccrej mother, brothers and sisters Tuesday of thin week for. their home at
INOTAKIES \ ( ____ estate and renting years ? renewing Arcadia. '
OIBOB( at OffloOi'Da U.wflhllnd UII at"and We say one-tenth because there are agency in which he has been a successtul tary to Senator Call. I often saw him old acquaintances and friend .

Telegraph. 'S teteon DeLand-::--:;;:; I two orcthree: > palnta with f about that twenty years ago, his son Washington, not knowing who be ships'with 'cronlea and former school !Messrs. J. C. and T. H. Prevatt made
*,AND, FLOlUD difference: we say seven-there are graduated from the law department was. He was born in Tipton county, ohuuja. Palatka a shopping visit latter part of

.. dozens of paints with'about that differ- 01 Stetson University in 1904. Tennessee, Dec. 17 H60j! ; graduated last week.
J B.. ALEXANDER, ; ecao88 from the Cumberland ,:Mine Lula Parrish a handsome ,
(.J"' "DC4ttl.4I8lhp'D8r.W'en: ,! LeLand is the home ot the Hon. Law School In yonng I Miss
'HODGKIN' I s.t <1 tn l.ttaste\ one-third Isaac A. Stewart one of the mostdi"llIIguisbed June, l88Ji: came to Florida in 1883; i 1 lady school teacher,.from. Lake Butler,, Eliza Bard well opened the.llraddock -

: of thweVI4u1obotb'taioL and Enterprise, where he'was .arrived Saturday and is school Monday with an enrollment
ATTOBNFX-AT-LAW. ,?.', I labor.. lawyers at the Florida mayor one I now comfortably of 17 pupils
''ther,,. bar, and a gentleman who can .show, term He represented Volusia 'county / domiciled in the Mrs. Nels a
X i Olllce In Brush mock Wagon: Shod Is a paint we'bavo''bov..re." a stainless record both in public and I Florida legislature in 1892-3; .was Plerson bouse on Volu la' Ave She Dr., C A. Stiles made professional

DeLand, Florida. !, n, Yours truly. private life, who l is a prominent candidate \post omcc inspector under Cleveland.He visits to Pieraon last week. administer
opened the
NUl Practice i ln>; Btate& au4 federal beLXNDl: iL'k.EveTllbJng .; FWDavoE&CO: 'tor governor of his adopted! owns a beautiful orange grove, sub-diatrict school here with i tug to the sick.

tourtsQB. ,ci, *w..1'tahet!, sells our paint.i'r'lorlda'Day'Jamestown .' state.: Judge :Stewart:; is a Kentuckiuu surrounded by four lakes-about six. 83 pupils Monday morning, with more Rev.; W. A, Lowder began a series or

U. A. DAVIS : -; ',: \\agDHirBafr2iel\ ; aare.: -- by birth, and a scholarly gentleman, miles from JcLand. I to com*., !IMIaa Parrluh, bears,the distinction revival meetings at the M. E, Church

-*tj.mannfabtir6daricrVepitlred 'Hi :my: '/ |:'; .Exposition:'! with brains and executive ability to: Kobt. D. McDonald,' hardware and ,of (wing an. efficient, upto,date first of this week. '

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON \tuwI1-Ul4.tb.a- nnfiHiknown. ... lill the office of governor. His life'is plumbing,. is" doing very handsome teacher. I Miss Bernalyn McBnde returned
Rat& Flna '
"- DEI.AND,"FLORIDA. "- Only Brat-clam men em loyed liojt Delend16.2s' : an open book and progress and business was established herds eight-' Charles) ,; E.:'Smith/ depot 'agent and I home flint of the week after a few days,
'a1llrftt'lltelIU1B'1mt1r'nn'mJt! om;. !l 1 1I pn'tjckets ten 'days 'Tickets will teen Outside of general I
the building of Honda years ago. a
o'O'lJi his watch. friends
up visiting in DeLand.
Office at xeaidence." Indiana..- ....-avenue- .. .."' ut.\.N be (rood hn,Vnhlmai.'crw':"'Ort sale Sept.. word. Notwithstanding hid long and I line of lirt 'clau hardware, ranges, telegraph operator of this place, depart, :
Conrt Honae. I 23r4:! aqd\ morning.of, '24th',' from... ,Juscksonviue i uninterrupted successful career at thcbac. stoves etc., Mr. Mcdonald prides him-, i ed last Friday for' Hnntington where Mr.' and Mrs. E. W. Llnvingnton and
Office Hours: 9to12.2to4and7to8.. he self in doing strictly sanitary 'plumbing he take ','a. similar. position with the son Elmer, of Daytona, were over latter
,has never lost his interest
Further Information furnished l by the part of last week visiting friends and
iRS. Z. BAERECKE M. D. :! for ; the very best anywhere in'Flori company, relieving W. J. Braddock.
VIDA :, Agent or Frank Boylaton,' DistrictPassenger agricultural pursuits, and is a I relatives.. '
: large. orange grower. da. Any job turned out under his, I the present operator who will take a
.- .' ( ] ,Ajjent"Jacksonville,;Florida.! Hon. Isaac A. supervision he guarantees to be I Mr, and Mrs. N. S. LindHtrom and
Stewart bornin needed rest. Albin
PHY8ICIAN"and was I Hagstrom, of thin
STOOEONj j "HI sal!' ': 0'77. Knox strictly sanitary up to all, requirements daughter of DeLand spent Sunday '4n
.i4 T1i county Ky., January io, 1854. I place assumes! charge' ot Ihle'atatlon
ir .s town with their
sisters Madams
''M' I Flo
: '" Couldn't"Teff Graduated from the Kentucky University -: to make it perfect. even, to,the t .
!and Instruments. These era and Newmans. 1
Office on Boat New York Avenue smallest dct Jils. This finn is the i mulligan guard
\ .: me'the1 .old old, story... she, in'' 1876: and in the law department < ,
DELAND. FLORIDA aid. 'd' in 1878.! lIe held the office only plumbing' in Volusia county that, R. ,,R. .laddlbuoksllrathlock.. Smith Miss Battle Braddock. left Sunday for

R. A. S. MUNSON. 1 1 ? "I can't, ha"replied.! 'I'thive' taadl1 of county attorney in Kentucky which; turns out strictly sanitary work. and Hagetrom .are all temperate. yonng an extended visit with her sisters

.Q 'B"'vdwY'never'td': : ; ::.repent', n' mother-in- he resigned to come to Florida in I Plumbing is R. D. McDonald's, .men ..of recognized ability, having already and Madams Allen and Colson at Ceylon.

law'Jok, ,r" Culpa! o ecorty-nerald.\ 1884!! selecting DeLand for his new, specialty. achieved a matchless 'reputation Woodbine GA.

HQMEOPTHtOPUYSICAN.: KIT! home. He makes me thing 01.I Mr: McDonald is a Columbus Ohio BJJ' commendable' w rkers and skillful ..Mr.. C. H. Mash received word last
i II ii. iJ -f\c. 'o'-.Jlshe 1 '} I i I ) II a The benefactor" II", engraves ,hubs name; Champ Clark the stalwart congress- man. Came South in iSSo,,and. has: manipulators of the electric key: week from Amerlcns G..... that the
Office Second Door South In juaj.jtozn.3lo.rra.\ XeaLuddan..ALtc since made DeLand his home He is stork& had visited his daughter Mrs. 0.
the hand that
receive the
Drug Store. Wretch \ we.* the benefit looks like Roosevelt. a 'Dcrrtoetair and liartakerrwactivepart The: temperance sentiment il sure pop, Q..Herring) and left two Uttle girls.

OI'I'OEHOV'' lq p.J '; .H.p.r.; A I ProverbJHriiw; .'t ., j i iV JJudge"\Steniart has' been:In. tne'. city r ,in Florida .politics,"lor. several growing! in,. this neck of the woods;' The Seville school opened Monday
t'o I
>- DcILan an % p. m. .-ttTrT------------.. 'I- 1 I council of DeLand sixteen years. He years He:, was a. delegate ,. to ., the I', One. !, of the former ,booze stimulating with thirty some odd pupils, with several
.'ar"'JJt'4fo,1'u- \
h" ""
: '
: 'MIII 'llt I. t4- City Convention that .nomi- that to enter .
I owns eighty acres of orange gros; elements was always drenched mote as soon as a principal
[JR.-JOB -KEB VB-' _ '1"'" The '!lode tJ Women, The law firm is Stewart & Bly. Guy natedVilliam' Jennings"BrySn" for soaked fall, befuddled and dazed on thi' can be secured. Mrs. Bennett having re-.

.'4sually1m1a'bothLiCfroin: ; ; the I Fleming appointed Judge Stewart president in which convention he infernal 'poison 'e>" time he conk signed. Miss .Morrlaon the. assistant l ,
: ., ery '
,1 (J -4'" : COLD TJsITirEI judge of the Criminal took a' leading parti' Boa enjoys the charge."
Y(1':1'UI Court in
: JYSICIAN AND indelicate questions, the obnoxious examinations 1891,, .conlidunce in the ii reach it, has joined onr temperate asahi.
,;J bPyouir" Tri thlju\n\ taking! and unpleasant local treatments followed by Govs. Mitchell, Bloxham,, highest i degree) ol
wheels from vehicle. We Jenmngsi and Broward : all who know him.. After .thatKan,,1 gan guard. band and says that anytblnc
take <
itori oat no/ which. some physicians* consider'essential : confirmed by
Office Dr. Mellcttc.in recently Kealdence(occupied 40tS West ty bolts, rub Bo paint or burn voarrfelloee' : In the treatment ot diseases of the respective senates. Has held the sac City: Convention, he received that makes time good house.wife's h*a.r1i The Cause of Many'Sudden '

New York AeJ I. '..c ) with a hot tire. Cfciae and see/U work women. Yet, if help can be had, it.Is office seventeen years and is adored many congratulatory letters from, ache and bleed and the babies suffer he'
and yon will nev ) 'Tired better to, submit to this ordeal than lot. the distinguished Democrats from 'various Deaths
DeLand. Florida.. a""Rur by common people for his impartiality can 'quit and fight .the demon' out!
n h aKllln.t h or..I.: .. ,.( \,r the disease grow and spread. The trouble' 'to. all classes. He will make parts of the Union I for the stand he '
a hades freezes'over and then he There Is
;Thanking. yoii.fSr y0o* purrtiage ,in is that so often the woman Undergoes/ all 1 good governor, and cover Florida took iu. the convention.. Mr.....Mo- will 1 a disease prevailing In thisjounlrymost .
the and shame for nothing.., Donald l Odd take skates, look: hornsmnd fight IV' on dangerous because so dooep-
V. tI. VOORHIS the pat and hoping a'oonUanna" in announce with honor. I should have said js an Fellow, an4, K. of: in il inf' ', wrt
the fat or a1 Mmln-I -'" "" n dNt) women who have been Criminal Court of Records of p., and is one of the most'aristocratic the ice Into the last holi>,, He says these tlve. Many sudden<

':.' "' '.Yon to I 'cur/$ tPr. rterce'. Favorite Prescriptn -'I, Volusia looking gentlemen''' DeLand, with, hide out$,,Jug. ,booze, b.eana.are the deaths ve caused. by
I : Dentist re County.!! They say Judge Stewart hits Ithoar, dlMaw
Iot \ writwhich tn abflrwslatloa! of the euro his "
(; : white hair and face. ""
SCOTT erve'I I from young I dangerous sink holes
dl. the examinations straight | the shoulder and does nesting : for. the pneumoniale..t/
: r. O. Block, DeLand, Fla.. '.%hd local creatmen Th"A < "" OT"RThQt not sf.ib; in (the dark i Dr. Geo. A. Davis, whom I met'on'' hatcheries of foul crime and the noalng, 1 failure. or apoplexy
the '
ure.. R nd .. "', llori. E." Bly of DeLanil train coming over from Green' / .1 i-,are often the reaufl
51gj.1.psSQ .ofn4uwtnteies'Tavortto mayor around Joints of
Honl'1l.8.IIOto ta .nll JlIOdq !! Cove vulgarity, indecency, .
:; ..0 .p a .jLt.rti4L4r6dhIhfr PrCTcrltitTon.! Itjbhljfttiiig add ''law 'phrtner of Judge Stewart, Is Springs was born in Faycttc- debauchery and often times ', = a I of kidney disease. If
to '
,: cure? (! drains, irreguiarliy, and a quiet, dignified gentleman con- ville.i, Ga., : He i has. a largepractice. willful oola.blooded murder. ,This stupefying -a I kidney trouble la allowed -
-"' femsh' weakness. It always helps. It in and great, popularity. He,,graduated' |L to advance: the
servative all his views full of the alcoholic poisod Ur dangerous
.. .. rronl 1l ** : I
.h-t i.lway- TL 1. str1yL. t"eflirt Adaqta aIedicat llege1: kldn.y.pohon.dblood
milk of .al&h.mGrale and td
human kindness, and a prominent \took p dims safety of iSis 5'' .'
i' SlJBVETOR DRAFTSMAN, alcoholic non secret, all Its Ingredients In 15)0, 11 post IlrI\lnat atourse ; people. ) o booae will attack the
member of rowdyism,
AND the bar. He is no heaayt
airways us
)> i ,
I In"N. v.tal; \ the
Its V"ana': in or
t ; being .printed on bottle-wrapper; con4ruga'and ready to advance the interestsof ; Yo6! ; was lito tlme1r4.! III my story and motto; and if they in: kldneyi themselves break down organs and
N YPolyclftiic.> !.' He 'e'. a" tuenibep' ( waste
/ Mapping a Specialty: l- everynative: medicinal,root hitown. The mayor. was born ''In the American Medical A Off, alt slat UlleD08 on knowing club of more just ask the total ewaycailbycehl. ,. .. .. ,.. .
t I Mi4 ;: +. !' p eaterlnB aMIonementof Into its those composition most, eminent has the In full ttya I here Salem from county.Ohio' III.graduated, though from he 'came Ann and I the Socletfed.1-Florida State' *, "and. t-County'Medlcnl '! tt : -, -...,> .> .._.i., :malUgan, ">,..,I ." .gnardaqft 1 I tf derangement Bladder troubles of the moat kidneys always\ and result a. cure from Is

Several .nehools. at medical practice. Home Arbor in-''1870. "Came to DeLand'inlAAS. (I obtained quickest by A proper treatment of
large yled. of d&icloul ,.M Ir.i, Eft R. Brown of,Eastern I' .
COUNTY vegsaable. sn4 Pa., the If
bcmutlftal flow.r. ot'these Bnmerona and strongest. of priDMalonal The law firm 'was formed in Ostecjn.- / you badly yeacanmake
v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR- rs1I.bI. and the make olt po U.s.a tiler the a,most. ndorsemen a>ef It* Ingredients, 'I8
A <(IC9 P !ir ntO'OO will;i be found lAx-avpulraDhkV wrapped and re-elected' 'since.: "He> is a member Deccipber Inn., which, he ,purchased last ,, Mr,,AUe1.,}P.rooke spending. the week; Swamp-Root, the" peat' '* *'kidney'. ,,'liver. and.
: lIe is fine bladder -
f aronntbj. .bo'tliBv.T. ta a booklet mailed of the Methodist church.' //a: landlord l, and at Davtona. remedy.
.Bert Fish- Gary D. Laudls. free p44Ue. JM -4-:II'.I'IiIrce.fBlilfij Mr. h 14' Improving the hotel handsomely. I .,nit a 'conecta Inability to hold wrlna and scaldIng -
.: President Sec= y and Treas.Tltleslnaur'ed'J nstzoIt. Nub.I Y#wrh_'prof esfotial ea-l, ,H.f. H. Fanning, a bright young WITh hint kood'lifkf" 'Mr.'Ber. < Leouardy of'. Sanford. was IiOsbeMi1thiswe.k pain i In passing) It. and overcome that
,lawyer. l : with '
,and '
aplendid, future '
a. t'I '" "> ;' unpleasant necessity of ,
> being compelled tofO
I hav iar
O::1 more-Walgat
before .
;; flim. was' born in Orangeburg
: I .. Mean Joan and Clark often durlnr the day and.to get up many '
,_ z.zlu "J j 1 Leooardy .t ,
Abstract,furnished and titles perfected. p.nplI7 ObIIUU U. 8. .uO bor.au rJa7z S. C, one of the richest towns in .Selling/ ;'Oranges; j I Tneeday Del. ndi pe times during the nlgbt. ,The mild and! the..
.Vapa, Plata and Blue Prints Sup- ." \ that state twenty-three'' years ago "i ; M -i v extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roet'U locus
t pH -' ; :"u.. "3e,iala1, '. efiake.. atf4tc -: He came to L.\Ioci'weln\ years ago. Large BnJeo.gxanaeaon.i.j \: ;- t i'' /the 4 tree t' *1 MaaAdale1PatUllo| | : I has gooe! to Gajuee a realized. stands/ thevnlghast for ita woo

: fe Wite I Volusla County Bank. PATENTS I"" .twn\o!\ Uke Read law'alonej; educated at Stetson have recently been made by in ,ville, G... t:! ftl ndBreuan College. '.' dartul euros ot the moat distressing. __

I DELANO, \.h.>.1FJLO&I 4. 0' ," 1JQI lII'Jr doWJ1.wba UnwersjtrcjJ .'.. .'" ,? : _,', thIs vkdaIt1 IlacMtty alr t.;'flc4bo growers. Id '.'Tne'publto 'pol h'LI"opened'1 Monday. Inch .r SwamprRoot la pl.asan| to.take and >aoUBy
0 :"hJWjte J. the sheriff of ; alt druggists In fifty-cant: and onestbllaralxad
Prt" k.Turners high ) ,
I 'CITY REAL ESTATE, 'AKDI INStI. 0 iiil motlol,ikututi ID'feDUCD.r IOrtp t.lQO.: ..... ..... I' ;VjMusIa/ '/ county: ,!1 Is, said, to haye Inadeo"P'1S and some grapefrfait.cawa.a little more' l'I'l'ItDSl8riD' five rgi"of''Mia, earoU* I brine *9 a bo*. Tardlilnranires pupil / lit.( : : ,..
...... II ,a sample bottle of,
.tlllllU..WRAIr most .
froeruporfou book .1 ( *thc, .efficient sheriffs the
OFFICE OS'<: ''I ,501 r fF'I, wome 'w U0" ;- 1 ,;' are held it touch hrlr ieVrpr1, ] "l Wn' :Nluholaon .
RANGE How II)Iefowe! i'on'' "*.... ( ,, ; 'aa11P4, i .l ,andlittU, son thi* wondarful new dlic.verysndabocinthdta-
f'- ; *>nt,ntii unr", %S to I ,,...,.' c .,.....,,4I.4 county\ ,ever. ,fiad-;-as., mo>desf!; nnuV, 1,1"-, The contracts call for all fmlt td b* rat o( Winter Garden are 1 .
L Eo a. HAYW q, w eo mallln.reoolp\(mill c ..B.el'J V.>8rt1M1 ., \j\1'9\\.qJIP8\\ requires" h'li: Is bjfave.to be. sherilt.It certainly l Evening moved bore$ ,jlanib.y; ;tlaV-rrTa! .p4, week'wtta 1\,11'11'\, ,'''.'.?.' NlohlOlaon spending' I I j tella) all,about Iff bothn.'*M<..__...._.
courage ,
,: C ..Y n Plea ). .rTHm born.J il1. uw' "1'a: TJ, ').idrJ i WJi TUT Walters'' i returned from,I MItt f.... by mall.'Addrua Dr. Khmer&" Co.
; ; famous
City Property) a SoeaUtlty.M Ha writes : ( c WM old Frelgh(.per hp from thavlctnl &
'J' .. 0 ; op: oranges N rth Carolina last,week, where.be\! hae Blngharnten/ Y> When Vrlllng nwntiiiiailaadlne
dgcncldf Fl.. ,
for Insilr-/ l. .May, aa, i8ja He
.T' I' Lace the coincnnr Aetna, of"Tn America"l leading. -lire one of the o. e I ,cre..rtlp-inr Florida from-the'time he jj of,;Tarnr/a! 'Is rron .JII) ;,to.80' .oanihigherthanfront' been for several, months for his heaU1.1 : |If\Ia (aosraua oBo!*to this) papal ,

few fire companies now very popular In opposirt us pArEHt nrriccWASHINCTON. ..... el'
;r. .6an Frauolwio California.No O.C :n.Dr. PIMfl" PleasaM PalMs tavl.oraU UJulltyj"waa; >educat dr'partly"'m 'this / the prices..here should !bthatmacohlgbw. e ( tri. .so w Uaiuoahire,us bar the name. Swamp-Boor, Dr.:HUW;' '

808, ponlevsrdDwAna\ ,. R*,. ) and Mtulata atajaaaclu. UTet .and bowsia.r' ..s vt nd 517j! : N,'''C. ( .. .. cutis and Davis Of DeLand was. ove*, : erlr'8Wminp.Ro' ,".and. the I axddreas)
i : : LostCei\ .
-/ !!. ), P'1': 1'f.; "" !>] -" ; '1 'd" 'flU j wshq WedmwUy motaiml\ fill, I ..J i1kattm.iicT.: ; L o e. b81'''-r: _clr'isrn \

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The Record heartily teongratuJates. -I : Presbyterian Church Watts & Miller Co.

.-thePensacola: Journal, the Rev. Benjamin B. (Incorporated)
Bntorad In the Poetoffioe! at DeLand, Fla., STETSONUNIVERSITY Sunday school at 9:45.: Morning service -
as ooouil olai matter. Ocala Banner, the Palatka News of worship and sermon at 11 '

and the Miami Metroplis upon o'clock. Christian) Endeavor at 0:45. HARDWARE.FURHlTURE.UHDERTAKItTG
The service I I. a
evening preaching
B. E. PBBTATT, :Editor *. Proprietor. the stand they are.taking for.God, union one. ....

for home, for the peace and happiness 1'hrlntlan: ChurchSunday See us before you buy yourHOUSE

1 A Grover Cleveland] says he is of the people and for the lt't t :::1Greatestailed'. : school 10 a. m.;; sermon, FURNISHINGS

not dead, and that.ought to be prosperity of their countie -respectively 11 a. ill.; and 7:30::!) p. m.1 .Endeavor' 0:45 .. -,
in the H/s-/ m. Morning subject: '"The Parableof
evidence. Biggest Opening
J pretty, good. ,cambia, Marion, Putnam the Sotl'V Evening' subject "The WB! CARRY,, VERY ATTIACTIVBJUNE: ,OP: _. ,_ ./.b
add Dade ''in'all' of which Worth of a Soul" Stranger made wel MATTINOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED CROSS (
I''; J J'I Apparently Secretary Taft, re- : -"i of the Institution., : come. All are cordially invited.J. SUITS. .

Bards that 25,000.mile tunas. just veryf; arm,wet. and. !dry campaign Cory ..1i W. B. Smith Piwtor., .. MATTRESSES '. *

warming heat. IS o'> i
a. up
i\ i f '
These .papers i !",, .together with i.The"V i !MU! Bar a"'" Church.St. Reed Goods and Rug a Specialty; i Whlte; t le the Refrigerator

p Americana 'may never+ take the good people of their counties, 'Total lf.nrol.lIJl nt Largely in Excess of Barnabas' Episcopal chnrch Rev. Try a Dixie Mosquito Canopy,' None better. on the Market

kindly to vegetarianism but the are making stubborn and determined : Campbell Gray, KectorrSept. l, ....
:, i 80, XVIII Snnday after Trinity
beef trust is doing all it can to fight against' the devil. and Festival of St. Michael and All FUNERAL PIRECTPRSMr. ,
That of Previous "
educate them that way They should be and are I Any Opening.The Angel 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9:80 : J. A. Stlth m- graduateIn ,
encouraged -
a. m. Sunday school; 10:80:) a. m. Holy embalming, .and licensed by e .. ... ,.
I' Sir Thomas Lipton has challenged l by all the good people throughout Encbarut with aermon. 5 p. m. Even the State Board of Health, is In "

,. again for the America's the State in their fight to DeLand people have always that was working for the upward movement song. *Daily service at B p. m.. charge give of this department and careful and I Twill
Oup; Looks as though the tea drive this Green-eyed Monster shown their deep appreciation thattheir of the people. Be laid stress on First M. E. Cnnrch attention to every detail of thin
1:1, From their counties monster the fact that Stetson University la not Rev W. J. Harkness Ph. D., Pastor. work. ,
: business needed some more adver- town is the seat of Stetson University Snnday school 0:45: a. m. Preaching
tising.It that brings more misery, poverty, It means much for the life, jealone of any other institution. It ban. service 11 a. m. Theme, "The Truth' Funeral SuppliesAlways'ln'Stock.
Its own work to do and .It will be friend
i Spworth League 0:45 in. A cordial '
sin and unhappiness this world : p.
j jrowth and prosperity of the city. ly to all others wbo are engaged In educational welcome to all friends and stranger. .

n is a little dreadful to con- than any other agency that the Every College year bring., through the enterprises.The The Chnrch. 'r ;. } r.', < -

template what would become of devil has ever sent among the Institution, nearly one hundred thou- President' opening address Baptist .
referred Services on Sunday Sept. 89th, at the .
the Faary Arti.o Club if anyone people'' of the earth. sand dollars to be distributed amongour to the dormitory life of the students Baptist church will be a* follows: Bible "

should chance to discover the The argument the whiskey men people, including the interest from -the companionships formed school 10 a. m. Pnblio service 11 a. m. "

North Pole. I the endowment funds. And the namee there, the democratic spirit of the Subject of discourse, "Ambition True The 'Hobart, M., :- -Cable Pianos
put up that the saloons build upa and False' B. Y. P. U. 0:45: p. m. Evening ...
of Henry A. DeLand John B. Stetson!
the necessity\ of all the '
and the rankestof cultivating gracious service at 7:80: p. m. You are
town county is and others who made this No one ever tbinks.Of'mabig!: comparisons -
The tobacco crop-over in Mid. University cnrteelee of manner and speech to cordially invited. ., !

dIe Florida this year is immenseand rot,a sinful deception to induce possible, onr people hold in the hlgheet one' associates. I'nloa Services i between the Hobart M.Cable

some people to vote for the per- esteem. The good and generous deeds The President also $ .Pianos' and any other Piano. The
the growers are receiving emphasized the The Presbyterian M. E. and M. E.
from them will live forever will be the
: fine prices. It is one of the big petuation a f this moral crime ; religions and moral life of each In- Church South will unite with tbe Chris superiorityAof ,the. Hobart,M..C.ble .
blessing of many young men and women -
lien church on Sunday evening J. W.
the people. dividual. Be indicated that
absolutely one
paying industries of the State among -* monument left for the cause of B. Smith will preach. A cordial invita- Pi.nola.so marked, that when
now. As to whether or no the driving Christ and humanity. Stetson will no interference would be made in respect tion l is extended. speaks of Pianos it is simply the Hobart

i out of saloons from a county continue to grow, her bleseloRS and or denominational to any man's preferences religious conviction that the J. W. B. Smith 80. M. Cable! This Piano U a delight to ithe i

ThetPatent, Office records show does an injury to the business in- ,usefulness will continue to spread. She University elands for God, for;the Bible, -. skilled musician. The tone is rich

that a Florida man has just in- terests of that county, we pointto lathe University of the Sonth today, for the leadership of Jesus, for the x clear and harmonious.. Don't think of
and her future gets brighter and bright "Henry F. Willard's Comedians. y
vented a new type of snow shovel. the dry counties of Florida, great doctrine of Immortality, for the j purchasing a Piano until you have ,
er. In Dr. Halley it has a fine executive
Sounds almost appropriate as from which the saloon was driven principles of truth, righteousness, justice Fun, fast and furious, is the watch- '
head a worker and builder and word when "Henry Willard'g. Come- seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable
and freedom that In work
its of
; :
though an Eskimo has filed an years ago. They are all prospering :..strong faculty aa can be found In any character dians open their engagement of three Piano.J. .
building, it ia to send
application on a new lawn mower as they never did before; University of the country. nights and Saturday Matinee,' com-
there find better people hap- The total enrollment is 808, or an increase out men-strong men aqd good men, mencing next Thursday night, Sept. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
you men trained for leadership, men who
of over fifty aa compared with 26.One
pier homes, a better citizenship, have the power of Initiative, men of of the best organized companies .
It shown by Richard Mans- the total enrollment at the opening a '
f was and of ekfl]. comedies of the
better eocietyBchools| and church courage men they play mostly
field's will that the most of his year ago. As our people return home, The better class and during the time they JOHN B. WELCH
that went to the President also called on all good
property was already in his wife's es. The money and with new students arriving daily are in a city the town is talking of the ,
saloon man now goes into the with the University of Chicago contingent people to co-operate in the work and on clever people that this popular man-
Think what female Ore- all ORANGE CITY FLA. "
name. a praying people to supplicate the
for the winter term and for tbe carries.
ager ,
homes to the mothers wives and
: osus Lillian Russell would be 'if Spring Normal Term for teachers, look Throne of Grace in behalf of the young The first play to"be presented will __.._ ...

+ + all her husbands had followed children, for better clothing, bet- for 600 enrollment at Stetson before the people who have come to Stetson:: for an be "The White Caps" or the "KluKluxKlan" FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO

this ter schooling, for more of the necessaries ends. education. There is a small army of founded on that famous
system. college
year .
them here. Southern Fraternity that existed during AND CIGARS.
and comforts of life.
This Is already the banner year of and after the war. The play i Ii

John N. O. Stockaton, in a let- As an object lesson take, for Stetson University The books show The address also referred to the solicitude filled with comedy and keeps the audi -DRY GOODS____.n SHOES.____..._.__HATS.u_u....ETC._. BTC.-

ter to a Greenville paper, says instance, Vol usia. It has been the biggest registration since the be- of parents living At a distance who ence in a continual roar from curtaintb Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first;
have sent their children to Stetson for curtain. Sensation is also included
The dormitories taken
ginning. are by
the probability is that he will bea in the dry column for over ten and the meeting of the "Klan" with class Groceries for your table. .
storm by the biggest ingathering of aa education, and an earnest appeal -
candidate for Governor; noth- years, and what has been the lot students that ever came to the campus. was made to the citizens of DeLand to the.loag white robes and the famous Country Produce Bought. A' First-classMeat- Market In Connection. .,

ing prevents his formal an- of our people during this decade? Arrangement have been made in town maintain the high standards of the blood be red remembered"K" across the breast been will Orders receive careful attention and delivery; prompt.; You will find my prices
long once having
nouncement at present but busi- i Despite the intervening! freeze for students who could not get into the town and to keep out, as far possible, seen. The other plays to be producedwill as low as the lowest. Give me a call.KLICKER \.

ness affairs. there has been prosperity throughout dormitory. The enthusiasm is as white- every influence which would binder the be a famous scenic production of -.
H. I heat work. Goethe's immortal "Faust", "All on I

President' Jordon '0 f Leland the county. There is a better The opening day was a beautiful one, Speaking of the risks: of College life, Account of Brown" and "Buster

Stanford University that citizenship, better schools and and so great was the enthusiasm\ that the Dr. Hnlley said that there were very Brown's Holiday", for the ladies and I
says children. The Royal Lilliputians of BROI
one half the human race oughtto more of them., better society, a business men of the City spontaneously few risk there-that boy ate good this attraction is one Big Novelty and

be killed off to make fora happier people, better homes, arose and decided to cloee their places College like Stetson, where the moral they appear nightly in a change of.
room more churches, purer and sweeter ;of business in honor of the great University life was guarded,seldom go to the bad- specialties. Merchant Trailers '
better breed. But the question and to attend! the Convocation' that if they do it is in spite of the College Reserved seats Soc. on sale at Al-
environments for mothers
arises what the one half would do our exercises\ on the morning of the opening.It and not because of it. len's Drug store (next to Post Office.)

while the other half was. doing 'wives and daughters. We have was a sight to see the streets The student also were appealed to to --- Four Doors South from Fisher's Corqer'

the killing. less murders and crimes of all thronged with people students and citlceqs use their opportunities to the beet advantage CEMENT SIDEWALKS ,
1 ,
s kinds, less mortgages to battle alike coming to the opening ser to respect the rights of others, Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns

Work has'at last begun on our with, more money among the vices. The chapel exercises which are to shoulder their responsibilities. night, new, ,

oil road experiment.:, If the ven- people/and "peace and content- always deeply devotional at Stetson, Among other things, the President A Proposition Guaranteeing Them Suits that fit you, too/ Just Suits superbly lined all through
ment.' were an outpouring of gratitude to God spoke these words: "Young men and and through, ,
ture is a success it will double for Years Without Cracking.To right,
for His blessing and Bis guidance.The women, find your calling. Be sure thatit Suit well made at rlabtSulta that true-
prices are a bargain
the taxable values When the saloons driven
f of Florida real were whom It may concern and to the
have from all la
students and
come over your calling don't vacillate here. When
estate within the next ten 'yeari.It from,Yolusia her total assessed the State, rich and poor alike The University ; but give yourselves to that work: citizens It wish of to DeLand state that In particular I hold myself: responsible Waiting you appear. x

proved blessing in California valuation was between two and is thoroughly democratic. The consecrate yourselves.' Serve that for the court house and jail CONSULTATION, FREE.

but it it only conjecture as three million dollars. ,This ''year best there is at Stetson Is open to all calling with unfailing seal Look walks and the private walks of 'which W. C. '

the Tax As BOr's books equally. The University U glad to cooperate neither to the right hand nor the left.Don't Watts and Mrs Louise Nnhm Floirda
to what it will do .here.Floridian County e were l In part my personal contracts. All KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand
; 'show an assessed valuation of with all the people, no matter worry abont'other Spend yourself otber walks constructed by the Cltlaen
what their qualities, no matter what in your work. Serve your callingeven Manufacturing Co were by their direction

There of over flue million dollars, and this their denomination may be, for (the up- unto death. Serve it with your and largely done by other work ,
was some talk, the increase, too, with a freeze that building of the youth of this State. whole life. Serve It aa Jesus served men; I was simply uDder Infraction. '
railroads not putting the fine I wish to state that I am now working -
on swept for the time being our or- Stetson University sands greetings to Hla He exhausted all His resource on for myself and aa a citizen of De-1

i & tourist trains-the coming season, ange groves from the face of the all her sister institutions in the State, it. He gave' Himself without reserveto Land with her beet interests\ at heart I Now is the time to order

but that is. mistake.. They are and to all the publIc school officials and it. At last He drained His life blood make the following proposition to'those

too convenient to the traveling earth. schools of the State, and rejoices in the for it. Don't do Itaelnsbly] ] but do It wishing cement sidewalks: I II
will construct walks according
thai .to
..public> the great crowds coming The fact there are between good work they are all doing.At' for the sake of the Great Father above. the city' recent specification (the beet Simon Pure No.1for 1
2,500 and 8,000 names of depositor the Convocation exercises Dr. You ask, is not that requiring too much T known to civil engineering) 4 Inohei.
into the State, and too much of a on the books of the Volusia Halley, the President of tbe University, No; it to no more than our Leader ask thick\ small amounts 18 cents per square
money-maker to be done foot; 500 square feet or over, IS oents;; your grove and be sure of a large crop next
the future
away emphasised. great of this and it la no more than He did. It Is '
with by the railroads. County Bank, including the Merchants' 0000 square feet.14 cents, ,. 1 winter All the b jst" use SIMON PURE
State and Its need both for the present not tbe world's way, but the heroes
Bank at Daytona branchof ,The above thickness.U not ,neoes.arywhere !
h and the future of all the educational and martyrs and Savior and sufferer frost never penetrates. beneath FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : :

The' transportation lines and the Volusia County Bank, and uplift we can give. He signified his for God and humanity don't go the I especially recommend a 8J inch,

hotel men' give out the opinion the constant and''remarkable increase appreciation every factor in the State world's way". walk of the same construction. ThU E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jackaonvllle. Fla.
walk: I can furnish In small amount at
that the tourist travel to Florida in deposits as shown from ___n __ __ _n ---- --- ------ 19/ ante per square foot; 000 square feet" .
+ !the winter will the semi-annual statements andthe'growth'of 14 cents; 3000 square,feet'; 18 cents;
; coming be'a The Indian Summer has set in. The THE DELAND PUBLIC SCHOOLA
'' I 0000 square.feet 18: *.oents...' ... T. E. ARNOLD,. Agent, DeLand, Fla.MALSBY'S .
record: breaker, and they are preparing the savings depart- weather ia perfect, and we will now I will personally guarantee to replace .J0(

to handle the crowds. :meats, tbje financial condition of I have this superb weather for the next Number any block or blocks ot this walk that .
Larger Present Than for
crack'Cofl .breaJrflrnm f ordinary'
eight mouths. Though we did not have ma vn (
All Florida will be taxed to take ,our people. is better than it ever I will also re 1
such .a warm summer. With the exception First Week Last Year. block years.
care of the ,winter visitors this was in the past. place any broken: by the crossingof MACHINERY I.
; of two hot spells, the summer COMPANYLong
ordinary vehicles not to 4Isce .8000
I The saloon ia the of ,
season,, and they' are 'coming, curse any was a delightful one. What to the largest and pounds weight after 80 days and within -
Dearly. land; it'is the'moat degrading best year for the DeLand Publlo School the first year. This dose not applyto Distance Phone 574;
i slight chipping of the edge or corners
institution which'
with humanityis Don't' you see a difference at DeLand began last Monday with an enrollmentof by heavy drays.Reinforced '. :aa- Ocean Street
The Florida voter, before he afflicted, and our heart abounds since the University opened Wednesday' 234: students, nine more than were driveway' 4 cent extra ,

casts his vote again, will do some with-,joy i over .the antisaloonwave Quite .a number of families have also present at the opening last year. It per square foot. .. Jacksonville, Florida

'c thinking;! ,He'will' wish to know that, is sweeping the South come' to live' here during the school mnabbe remembered,too,that the school fully Private'guaranteed walk at of special less thickness rates. .but; : Portable and Stationary Engines ,

why his taxes are higher< today land today like a hurricane. ; year their children attending our opened a week earlier than last year. Citizens living on tame street or' ad-, and Boilers, Saw Mills, Wood WorkIng '.
schools.. You see these,strangers onthe There are eighteen in the. High joining property can secure letter fates Machinery and Supplies. Com
;,, ,than they were l last; year. He May:Escambia, Marion, Put, streets eyery day. School. Principal Keith and Mr*. Mand by having work done at tbe-'iMune time. -t-- Terms.line carried In itock. Liberal

will ask pertinent' questions that n m'and Dade',;join hands '..withYoluaia Barron are In charge of this department! Grading to' be furnished by,'property? "" Wlte for catalog.. .

; .cannon. be,:evaded. The shoe and the other This is .a year'. when the farmer of of the school, also in I owner address.u .
thirty-five assisting the i Call on or 'State i Agents for the Olds;Oal and Gasolene Engine.ARQURFIET1LIZERS..
pinches, and he;,wilt ,wish'to;find dry;countleYloridain'! : haying the county are doing the proper thing- larger grade \O,'a-Wauavza;, r' ;, ,
making {their own hay This feed pro The r ;108 Ho wry,,Av..,
out why;it';:pinches.. =Apalachicola i,:driven.-: this death-dealing number attending each grade, :"
I : Times.?; ... >' ./ ;j monster fromJtheir midst. duct. getting so high, $30.00 per' ton, and the name of.the teacher of each i J
that It to make it home. And
\t .*.4.i T>J Jui.i.i. pay at grade are given below: 'N ... i '.
*' i aa good hay as* stock: need can be USE 4' '
; your ,
, ,have don.'iome) wonderful.stunts'witli'thef 8th His Annette Gist' 91
; real balloon Cfirp fpr.the American 7th Mia. Mackey Sbedden. 840th -
n ; ::' matrimonial 'no o i e. No crops' of Ofangee.l1ave as yet been Mia Carol
be RoaeboroQSjb.: 11 !
army., Tty sore it is only a .
''Among'other; marriages he I ,, sold In this vicinity The growers are 6th Miss Carrie Eocle 81 .
sayshe crops consisting two officers not'very anxious to '...11 and 4th .
'' 1 \ just now Mis Bow Nobile '21 : '" .d". I ,
lr 'united'MIealWeek'and." ";;.Mr.. and 'nine inert;'but this 'country buyer are holding off to see how the Sued MU Winnie tdndqniet 88 \ ,

+. ;day,:thusshortening a Day and baa. beeii.)lamentablybehin4, all markets in tbe North are going. to open 2nd 1st Mix Mia Viola Lottie Brhart Bccle 82 18 !.For:. ;Fruit;: 'Vegetable' and :
; T'week into two 'lie then II There la a .lI8ralllCuclt of fruit ;
1 +:; : :Dayi, the other popery fnth14.IJJ1. of up. Kindergarten, MlMUonnle But-
"'- M ;:.united a"'Crowe" and an Eagle, np there. The apple crop la the poorest trick; Aset., Mia Emma Baker 18 -.... : Field '
work and it ia. .time -
high we were 'Crops.
''and a.Fox and aIfawkeandmade'r had for yean. Iflboks just now that a High School 18 II I .
catching up. Nearly Eupead' large eentr[ fJtb. of -I
every pet 'present
:Miss Black,White;. \I'1:,..: j :'' "I will be crop. Total 984, --+
bought .
+ War" orange np by buyers.ToRecord
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v.'tits, ''t''I Jho"j' \ '.n''" .befe'.1lgt'iqqueatontbaacrude II i t- : Following. oral 'Jcenta Volusia County:. --:...: ,
'vi Ex-Governor' D."BIoxhamcone : Willii
!' ;$ / I B> :II"
;: of the :;most'beloved ; tie allea4S ., Subscribers.iWben'Tb. The First Vesper Service.The .. ,Z. T. BIBLBY. DeUnd, Florid. "

ships In the pre.ent''day'theywould ; .) Re otd. reduced Its's lb- first "'vesper service of the new .t 111":1'. BABNJIY PATJLLO !
ioitizens of Florldat"as; marriedclaihe1Sth .. CO.
\i"i.> ,. ,..,. acrlptlon year will ooonr.next 8>mda,, Bept! at.I I I '
DeLeon 8prl.-
a year today. from Port
be Immense] valuable l i incase ago -.s. eeehusyraM hlsYj Orange'J.
AU the of DeLand and roundabout
w : DsfiT at Salem ,V. Itt; people .
: .
: tl.BO to 11.00 per *. MM dollar rate q ,A RPBKVATTt1SeVille. P. MACE, .
"' :yea DeLand are invited to this aet- ., .
to' 'JAnf (1ertrade'M.Nonell :of.Dallai : .of..Warr;There,ie youth. ,tot, wee strictly In advance. When not paid vice It will be conducted with special '.... .. ., .;" w",. ... Lake Helen '

,'Texas 1lwUI.: thousands of ,alliaorta: improvements in,.ae-j, In advance' the old rate prevailed+1.50. reference to the beginning of the school t O. Q..BQ8TROM." W. P. WILKINSON. : ;"
: t ; hiuprovedprettygool'at' Ia future ftbeorlben will year and all the xerclae* will' PORC'HSH iES; :- .OnnondGRUBIRMOBRItJ New Smyrna '. ) -
friends throqghout the State will rialeraf?/ ,but jf thls/country' : be notified proprlat The people)have been belted : ; HDWI CO. .PUTNAM&v roWLBB. "

'' 4Wtend k.*.rtfelt congratulations, :{ : makingjmpEOrbmenta'id : wberi their time expire, thai they.' may by then meeting In the past and the Daytona Oik Kin
''; thA''past' and l remit lh.dollarthai they-may not be vesper Bervice baa become probably' the We are exclusive* agents at DelAador ,A-T., PATJ1XO J ,Ao.. D. GUNTEB; '
> ;: i .Jtis ,
the.eigranoe i beitw1aben t + '
wiih of +ss billed thereaft r'at the old rate. :When best knownulnato; institution I.th. these Peach Shades. Just the thin? ?. o.teen"I' c.enon ...
n >ad',his*;'hftlp-maM.1 I high'I/ .ame\ -we ,wejrv'devoting She price of all prinUna*"material.,u. goIng Dnlveralty. 'Tbe'.oo4 that It ha*done tor your verandas during the hot susn- U,r..'.WETHBBBLL.. \ .8-tGLAWSON,. I

'' '' n to the.. "!,.Tallahassee. .. some < attention' to fhis form of skyward, we most Insist on the over ha attracted'the the Stmte. All attention our people of people are moat all mer examine.un Call' .at our, 1 store"aad I Holly Hill ,. Hawk. 'Park<

4 "-'_'.u''''''._'..II"...-,' ., ... ....,..--'ft--, .M :!' ,navigation. I ', '1.IJOU the n4TWe) rice la not Jal4," cordlall r v invited to. attend the eerv1.e.1J'f J. F.. ALLCN CO.(. --- -

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. . .". .". i't. .H .e1m. \ .. . t' . . ,. H" .jleals at'41 Rich Av. Call at 41 Rich Ave. for mealety. -' ,r'-"t .. ... .. ... .0 ... ..... it ,.." .. '." /'

: 01" ; u. 1RHOUSE ..,.... .. ''i Fresh Bermuda onion seed. Fiaher's at School Fiaher's.books.,"new" )"anoVaeoonii'" ; .- band" 7 1 ,;; .. ,\ ", ." .. '
: The boarding houses are already filing
: tip.Brill. At least*BOO have been added to the

.NEw'iNDrArjiA' ; TIVf Liilf' oF 'f' has new tablets and other population of DeLand; this week. '. .....:.
t tatlonery. Pro!' Stanley o r/ St$iMoa' r tuiaedMoadai 1\ !
', from the 8umo vacation. .
er .
Mr. and Mrs"K. H. Hyman of Lake t "'.1/10.
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""' \ b Helen were in town Tuesday Mrs. William' Law., *as in town .
from Orange City the first of the week. SCHOOL SHOES .:, : i
'' Mrs. a. T, Barnes is spending the ,
I Dr. Henry Carson has moved his ," .,
FURNISHINGS 5', week at Daytona and Ormond. "
: jewelry repair shop into the .1\\(. DRvla FOR'I ; '.
Mr. and Mrs Fred O, Graham of Or- "' '. .. ,
ange City were in town Tuesday ,store: ,il: .
I County Judge MoCrory Jacksonville .
Fresh vegetables pre 'coming into paid BOYS AND CfRLS r
a professional visit the first of the : ." q,
market from the local fall gardens.See '
;-,.; After weeks of careful selectionand i week. *S .,
the show at the Public School ,
i Mr. N, M.: Llnostrom and family have
Auditorium tonight and tomorrow

preparation :td r : night. at returned Statesboro from, Oa'month's vacation- spent; If you want your Boys and
f. preseht 'you
n.I we : J'; Prof. H. O. Hill of the Law Depart- :
ment of Stetson, arrived from the North Don't forget to'oome I In and see our Girls to have a Good Fit a
new and complete line of.Dress Oooda. ,
ilonday. )
. j .. our new and complete: line: of ., Did you ever sea times livelier at De- Dreka's. Phone 77. Shoe to wear well, one full of

'V ':',,7t. "" '" ; : ; ; } { ; I ''I Land for the season of the year as nowf The Atlantic Coast Line and the

HOSE uIIF UR.kiSHIMGS.) 1- ; / i Everybody is busy (r Clyde Line are bringing dally large snap, we invite you inspectionof
freights for the DeLand people.
[ Mrs. Charles A. Miller and son Carl Shoes. We take
: .1 our
returned Monday from a star at Bar.j)I Prof and Mrs. J. Willis Westlaks
L3rwc3rldt ber's, Coronado Beach I and Mr.Ellis G.Blake were Lake Helen give the children. good fit. I

ttc ec ervr vulr'.c i fr awc f d f ecfc &1 $ ec3rfc The popular Melrose opened this I visitors to DeLand the first of the 'week ,

BMe1femJMtB*MBM B B**MS.aM>>Ba B* BBSaBI week with the. promise of a full house Dear Farrah of the Law Department

Art Squares and Small Rugs-in',.Electric;, In-., throughout the season of Stetson, and family arrived Saturday All Styles Built for Service. Prices right.FOUNTAIN'S'.
Mrs W. M. Woodward and daughter from the summer vacation spent at

grain, Burma;iHijb: "fir atfd Grek\I' mer Miss outing Ruth have in the returned North. from a sum Adrian, Mich.
i u ritl tJ Ci :Mrs. Lillian M. Haynes son Robert
.1" Aa It'lvJl) The families of Mayor Bly and City
4 and Mrs. Carpenter arrived home this .
t .$.$ Treasury Ely returned Safnrday froma week from the summer home at Grand .
stay on the Daytona Beach
l 'China all '. and Jacobin Rapids, Mich. Children's Hose-the kind that
Japan "Mattings m Styles,: ranging For Sale-Fan Tail Pig Choice lots for sale on Palmetto wear.
eons, white, red, blue and spotted. Inquire
in price from '15c to 65c.' Also, nice as- of OAO. W Bristol at The Oaks. Court College, "University grounder Heights"For prices, adjoiningthe apply

County Clerk Sam'l D. Jordan and to E. H. Hayward, Agent

sortment of Linoleum; Family. will return the first of the week Mr. and Mrs'. W. G. Bccles and son .1.1For

I From a month's ouiing at Highlands, arrived from New York the latter partof
N. C. '
> wc3e the week, and are occupying the Farr
scareldYVi3rec3atl e drwc3'wa'wc3rvc3t' ecwc3'ec. '.. ,vc vlSw. !"v.. Mrs. Burgess and daughter !Miss Dora home The son resumes his studies at .. .. . . . . .. . . .. . . .

i have returned from a summer's stay on Stetson.

.Full and Attractive Line of Lace Curtains, the beach occupying a cottage at Sea Don't miss Willard's Comuaedlana at Rent-Upright piano In good condition For Sale-An attractive home within

breeze. Will rent for the season. Ap- 1-one-half mile of Stetson University,
the High School Auditorium tonightto
Table Covers, Lounge Covers, and :Portieres. Prof and Mrs. G. P. Carson arrived morrow matinee and night. "Faust,"' oly to H. J. Bird, DeLand. nearly 8 acres of land, on one of the

i A borne the first of the week. They passed "Buster Brown"and "He Conld'nt Marry Mrs. W. H. Wood returns home to- best avenues, a Rood 7-room cottage
line and :Denim.
complete Tapestry the last month with the brother in Two." morrow from a two montbs' visit witha with all its furnishings, electric lighted,

Mississippi. Mr. George B. Seldon and family sister In New York City. city water, ample yard< with beautiful

I The Olive Branch is overflowing with came np from Palatka the first of the The Masons and K. of P's., who shrubbery, plant house, buildings for
i wca1ewc 'vc3'' 'troy'wc atca' 'tc3t'ec 'ec '(c '.$1c ''ec3 ''wc 'fc 'vc3r'ec3t ''iclrvc3w. guests, and Mrs.>Swlt( is filling np the week. The family reside at DeLand bought the St. Elmo block last spring, doves, poultry, carriages and horse j

t innx Mrs. ,Davie.the property of her daughter during the college year, the children attending are !having the second story fixed np for A charming residence. Good reasons
These Goods in connection with our: Stetson lodge rooms. for selling this estate and personal
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Powe and daughter
property at a bargain, and we will have
Mr. F. E. Bhafe la
Mr. I. V. Wattennan In a new settler at
was town
i Aiiss Mildred returned the first of a new owner soon. Apply to E. H.
and Up-to-Date Stock DeLand from the West
early represent as the week from a vacation spent In Ohio From Glenwood Saturday He has just arriving the Hayward.
and Alabama. returned from a sad mission to Illinois first of the week. He fell in love with

strong and well-assorted Line of 'House Misses Mabel and Myrtle Davis ar where he took the remains of Mrs. Wat the city; as soon as he saw it.

DeLand rived home Tuesday. They spent the terman for burial The Barren Liable and Princess Little The Marsh Market.
Furnishings ever br.ought.tQ, summer In Tennessee, North Carolinaand Miss Katharine Crawford has opened Fingers, the famous Lilliputians, will
New York. her studio in the Clerks' Association hold a reception at the High School An If you want the choicest cuts of Meats

Come to Dreka's and get your fresh rooms No. 11, East New York Ave., ditorinm for the ladies and children after eave your orders with na. The beet of
w fr .r tc fc3'r.c3rwao flor ve3a4vc3r'wa3r'eaaee e Graham Flour, Prepared Buckwheat and puoils may confer with her there, the Saturday matinee Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak, !
: and Pancake Flour. Just received from or at the Monroe House The Marsh Market announces that fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon,
ikA I New York. Phone 77. County Treasurer .1. J. Vinzant returned they have secured the services of one of etc Courteous attention and prompt I

G. A. 6 CO. Mr. E. W. Jamison, formerly residing the first of the week from a visit the best meat cutters la Florida, Mr. delivery. Marsh Bros. i

t at DeLand, for the past few years In among relatives over In Columbia, Holaclaw, who, yon will find always I
the saw mill business at Oak Hill, was Bradford, Alachna and Levy counties. prompt and accommodating The

PHONE 77 at DeLand the first of the week. Some ot these 'relatives Mr. Ylnzant Marsh Brothers also announce that they READY FOR BUSINESS.
Lake Helen sends four students to hadn't seen for twenty-nine years. are better prepared this season than ,I

I 7 b I Stetson this term. Twelve have graduated There will be the names of nearly ever before to give customers the beet I

from Stetson from that place.well. Orange 1000 students enrolled at the schools or i to be had-the choicest of beef mutton, We have houses to rent 1
has done almost
City as
DeLand during the present school year pork, sausage, dried hams, breakfast
.} . . . . . . . . . . .. . T f ttt + MTT+... Miss Marie Morris< who will be In -the University, the DeLand High I bacon, etc. If your order Is not filled' of all sizes, both furnished )
charge of the Kindergarten Department School and the colored school. Half or prt'mptly.Dd satisfactorily they want. and unfurnished.
at Stetson this college year, arrived over this number will attend Stetson. I you to say so. They will strive alwaysto I
SQUIRRELS WANTED.Will Mr. Dade, representing the W. E, LOCAL SYNOPSIS. from the North the fret of the week. please you We have furnished roomsin
I Jones commission hone of Baltimore Mrs. H. M. Getty and daughter Miss
and busiest I
"DeLand is the
$0.00 for of fox Mires Sue and Margaret Anderson of all parts of the city. We
pay a pair squirrels was at DeLand Tuesday. He la hustling Grace returned home the latter part of:
town in the State", is the remark heard
I old or ;r011n Male and female. i for fruit for his house the week from a summer spent at the Ocala, and Miss Minerva Bond of Lake hvae residences for sale
into and
Perfect and in good condition. This TUB JMFOftTAST HEWS' ITEMS OF! from strangers coming town former home in Chicago. Mr. G. met Helen were the charming guests of Miss
September baa been a rainy month, who have been to other portions of which include
offer I. open countermanded. Inquire ; THE PAST WEEK' Florida.Mr. them at Jacksonville. They are occupying Irene Campbell, at the CampbeU home, some very
at this office. showers almost dally through the the second story of the Nnokols Et New York Ave., the latter part of fine properties and some
month, and they have been good for the R. P. Walters left for North borne, Boulevard and last and the first of this week, and
I(. i tall growths i of the orange trees and"lhe tool and Sotletr fame for the People's Carolina last week. He returns next Ave'! corner Henry several delightful social functions were I bargains.
NOTICENotice falTtrucYg''Pdlth'-' P..p. ---B.I. Mention of r...,. a. week: accompanied by the family who
honor of these
Prof and Mrs. E. G. Baldwin arrived given in young ladle We have some attractive -
is that at the Seen by roe Reporter. have been in the mountains during the Mesars. and Fallloter very
hereby given Rodgers
regular Contractor Cannons has his tramway months.Charlie the first of the week from the) summer twoyoung
in October, 1907, the second i- summer propositions in
meeting 'men of
Daytona, and Mr. and
Prof. Baldwin
vacation Is at the head
Monday, tile city council will levy a tax in operation' aIlDgJ..sb l\) for De- Dentist son of Poetmftater' and Mrs.
of five mills) for water works and'fire Lend-1?aJ4ona" roadfdy l rj, (in) We flat W. 8. Taylor, : W. A. Allen, returned the latter partof of the Latin Department of Stetson Mrs. Maynard Bond were guests at one building lots. .
protection for the year 1907.' In accord woods,. and ie' making"rapid progress Table board. 41 Rich Ave. : During his vacation Prof. Baldwin of them. Miss Sue Anderson attends

ance Florida.with Chapter No. 8600, laws of This road, when completed, will be one .New school goods at Brills.Fresh I among the relatives week from at Eau a summer Claire, spent Wis. bought a nice house and lot, for a snm Stetson. The sister, both, attractive Drop in and see us.GOULD .
? ladies of Ocala
of the finest drives in Florida; an auto garden'seed at Fbher'l..Old and in Minnesota mer home, nut of Philadelphia about 90 young returned home
By order of the council I miles yesterday. BROS.
B. D. McLEOD.; can make"easily 35 milea an boar over' papers for sale at this office. Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Stevenson have I.
Clerk. It., 'i "' 'lJlifUJJJ I Editor Russell, of the Palatka News,
; l>r. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. let the contract for a handsome home,
28x86, to be built of the cement block :one of the beat and lirest papers in .
Didn't the flock to, Stetson I Florida. DeLand last I
Mils'' 'weekt stone on the lot recently acquired on was at Friday and
X I .V W.eet: New York Ave. I Saturday. While here ha arranged for
Prof. Frost aerlvedfrom Philadelphia Willard's Commedlans in "Faust" to 'his son to attend Stetson the present .-.SCHOOL/.
SOUVENIRS .Saturday last night. Take the children to see "Buster college year. Mr.Russell la also one of;

. .. All the public schools of the county .Brown" tomorrowCafternoon. The I Putnam county's Representatives In

,,- opened" this week. screaming/ comedy, "He Conld'nt Marry I the Legl latare.- I I BOOKSNEW i
Mr. 8. M Morse wee In town from Two, Saturday night Hon. John Sauls was at DeLand from
Orange: City yesterday.- A banker In Connecticut, in re Enterprise Tuesday The mercantile< r
t'1 to i 11. .
I f'I'
i .i ., .; 1'1'. : "., nrr. ., 1 J F i rq 1 hu"J, ii.ft uU: 3G..It.i 1 1:(.. So'me'of&the early varieties of oranges, Dewing his subscription to The Record, firm of Thayer' & Sanls, of which MrSanla .. '
\I fairly colored, are in market. says he would like to be'a voter of Florida is a memoerT is the oldest business : '
'\" ...q :., t'r' <\ o r that he might cast his vote for house In Volnsia' county." It is as
Brown was a north end .
'f"Mr..JawlOd, ,
Judge Stewart for Governor. sound as a dpllar and has been established .
tftXgv ''M>.. r-"WY-'A.AI.LEN" : :& co. .f 1 ;. 'I I H visitor to DeLand ;yesterday.Mr. The boys and girls should make the at Enterprise, without. a change, for AND ,
fIfIroj:' WE .. ..' William Kolmau was. an Orange thirty odd years ijlr '
: \ : !!4 4I. best of the 'school term. Their vacation -
: j ial ( I I" Cltjr vlsltoi to DeLand Monday.;
I. :3: Druggists'and'Jewelei's is now over and another school Mr. E. Lenox, who baa a shoe repair' SECOND HANDG. .
lifts '
Battle Fuller of Orange City re- year is ahead of them. If yon lose the shop) in the small house west of the .
(Next to the Poetofficce) tamed her I studies' at Stetson this week. time, it can never be made np again. Hodgkin shops, returned Wednesday :

DeLand, Florida :, :. ; Mr. and 'Mrs. D. B. Harareves! returned Parties at DeLand are hunting for from a visit to the former home in
Saturday from a trip to New and destroying every white fly and its Michigan, spending a delightful vacation W. FISHER
". rru.J3Q : egg that can be found They are as yet among friends While. North he

.. Trespass notices printed on cloth, can confined to the Chinaberry tree and are ordered a fall stock of leather and Is
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be had I In, any/ quantity at ,The Record occasionally found on some of the few back at his bench, ready to repair your

'. .-.-.... office orange trees In the city shoes, both for'' men and' women, and ; i
Take The Record and keep In touch Mr'John Cranor returned the first the finest work given you. ----

i xoFINE with' what Is going on ovwVotasIoobntyv' of the week from three months' Wiedman ---I
,. 3J313IV a vacation Hon. J. W. with his interesting -
spent In Massachusetts, New Hani'pshlre family, who has leased the MoKinnv is made from the
Mrs. A.'H. WoodaU and Miss Margaret and Delaware. Mrs Cranor re- home for a term of ;years, will be "
STATIONERY 2.R3TIRW ty'f1S i WOOdall returned Monday from a mained North for awhile yet returning quite an acquisition to DeLand society. very choicest cuts
.' star on the eeaoh.: home sometime in October. Mrs.yViedman! estimable lady and '

: Prof.'Webb B.'Hill'of tlje''Music Department "Sheriff Turner arrested a'negro last the family have many friends)at Gainesville of meat, and ,curedto
of Stetson; arrived from his answered
Sunday that the description "Tallahasae '
,, where) they"for-
j. 'u MJI summer vacation' Monday of the brute that recently assaulted aMr. merly resided. A daughter Miss Christine a' ,mild, delicate

Yon want to be at' the Public School &..Walters in Brevard county, bat,' and two, sons-Frank and Jerome, I )
Auditorium tonight and tomorrow upon further investigation he provednot are attending Stetson University flavor. It comes
night to en oy a good show, to be the negro and was released.Mr. ,
J. \ J. Remem"lier that ThedAomei'Quick'
P : rs"I.Jq O CO.j ",'The Sahtiol Board,'of'this. county has O. D. Jackson 'and"family!|clime Lnnoh Restaurant; la serving! Brst-olass 1 to your table. >in<
about $ Q.OOO with which ti ,..tart the
) .
In; from Jacksonville the Ant of the
lD.aI.to all hoar order day.
j school ,beginning.Monday "
Leading I Furidf re 'tid tisbt'ttiI) f bounty year week, and are occupying; tha north Regular"meate.also by day;; week or vacuum glass jars
. ."JI'-Jeara.1D4, ,; : ..Whitaey'Hlbbardreturned
r. "r Boulevard home for;the college year, month. Special rate by week or month. Sliced
.. / t yesterday from ,'Lakeland, ,., Beef free from kind'
loll Marion, a student of the College
.. I The table I Is fnrnlanad'with the best! to any ,
wwbberet4e II..penU. ..,tlhe.week, "h. .,.Mr Department, resuming her studies at be bad in the market. Regular weekly I t. -

: "DRO.P '.N". i '' Stetson -' tickets wan! be hsxL. 'Furnished rooms l-bf preservative ready of instant :In- '
C.sbterAt4hlqWoc4tof!! } the! Volnma if. rs. J. F.'Alien: i ,-and /daughters.1 & can also be'liad by ooatonurs. Don't use ,

.'k, and see our '''Newest Count iSsokj.:{ nnUix.W.od> / 'returnedth Mf H. 8. Winters of Jacksonville, and forget the place,The;Acme Quick Lunch elude a jar in 'your' order. ;,

Jacksonville ftl'l'OI.th.lw..Ir"hoID.... .. ..r. a..trip. ..to Mrs}. Regar of Tampa, and Mr4Winterscae Rtstaursnf'Havens; Block,r\Boulevard. I ,

j' Styles in Parlor, ,and: Editor &V7:i Johnston' returned :'thelaCtefpa Coronado over Beach,jrisCflmt'of., where they the;:week bare IrMa.been I r dr&"Thonia.4 Ames and the dangfa- A..H.' WOODALL h h'a
I ter.iiias Ethel arrived S.tnMayfrom;;
f oftbd weektYom"Lsbevllle.Mrse. '
f In i j.the Allen cottage'th*I past i month; '
.Dining Room?fur;" '' tc : Johnston and the children well not MM Wlnter.returtuto .Jacksonville : the!. Massachusetts home, where they '
y' return few needle yet...,ii. '- Sunday "spent the summer. Miss Ethel la a student :r Our Ilse of SUpto and Fancy Groceries U M complet* ae

t ; f''I ; ; ''jdiastXUo0' daagnsrty -e' rover tha'Baptist. tOn'.Wednesdaytnorningit tn the)College Department and fo It can be; fresh and .all. high"clam, 'standard brands.. .. .
aCt ..
(j Jt JW:1: f I c from Daytona Betooh Tuesday to resume parsonage,. Miss Lnoile McElroy, fUmed her. studies 1 there"this week Fresh,v.cetable. eivery morala "' '*' .
y her studies .I,rtet '.toppinS..with daaghtmr.of Dr.;:and :Mrs. '''"P.- MoElroy They came via, raiL' Mr. Ames cma by '" .
r ? FPho Iwr alat.Mn..,OCbuI.JlI.Kort., ; ...,. water arriving ''ble..week .and 'wjll +
., .1. of this place, was married to Mr. '",1''. .' if :_. : a _... ,
r..Jl..raoe'D' Dii"lad-W.ta Dr. m 8. 'Wells,1 a merchant and again be foued'bebtnoi tbecounteri'as: '

.No.azJ:"-ALLEN&."CO: Je1.aa FJa.;..... ''I michinae't"course,, ',, np |in..Penn lranla, orange p grows prominent of PMt City-.No cards. the AUsu.Pharmacy..,A brother ot.M'r.Ames ...-.'. -4' 'PHQ'l\JE'' \ 79. '.'.I .,,'
I la spending a vacation at home with his They; left on the 11:110.train.for a wedding accompanied him South and will. II. wM; .:; f".

.I.n.r.nt< MP.I|m4 Mrs.Uoraoe W. Mann. trip to Atlanta\ .'.spend the winder, At| DeLjpvi. .. .......MMNHiiR......----..' ........ HWU' <. J

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,AN IMPLOSION. ER r WOMAN:" r JUST, tiCf' Final l Discfiafge Noti e-ot-jneor.poration. '-' "

i.t. + JHEMMo _. .... .._ .-+ ONE Is given .4... .. ..+_+-.f....< : : ATLANTIC I '
1 it ietJ tppo.1t'o;: "pto.lo" aiJ hnreby Hint si lx months 1 COASTy
Must.B. a Stimulating Companion for'' dale, namely, on the .14th iluy of STATE OF FLORIDA.
: Less Familiar.JOvery the Up to Date Man. 1: WOR that word Un linT( 1 will as eimrdlan or Edna, VOLUSIA COUNTY. ";
E one knows vilint nn explosion' "It la rather difficult being a modera 8'' ) ......,. :::!! ::1r frtrmerly aooount to Edna! the Hon.Bennett J., Lee pnisent Mo- Notice is hereby given, in conformity I I "1

t' Is, but Its opposite an Implo loll. !IK woman" remarked n matron the otber JI1.. ':. I ,\\IIiI!, I County Judge of Volusia county with Section 2 4?. Revised ,Stat- '

i lees familiar. At great depth In tho day. "We are expected to be clever; refer to Dr. Tutt'a Uvar; : as auoh guardian. and ask for a Baal utes'of Florida that;. th u' 4eI- I'' h If T"'l "' "\ LA" :

; sen the conditions are favorable for active, well Informed and Interested: signed, intend to appty1 J1s'l4- .i "Tnll! I 1t' J
MEANS HEALTH.Slcle June 11th. 11107. 'J.1i .1\
1 Its production. At 2.BOO tathoms tim In the world we live In. It we fallIn S.: A. WOOD. ernor cellency.of Napoleon the Stateof U..ilrqwarJ.JFlorfd4at.Gov- ,r -' : I

pressure .IB roughly, .PI'lklnlr"ltwG.alUl! I thus* t gs.Jn4nei2r"U5> ) stupid! you con8Upat.d' Guardian. I
Troeblad with lndigsatles' Tallahassee, Florida, on tbe aand day
) I a,halt tons to'"tha-sqnari' Incn-that l Ia uhd Inflolent nn*\. 'no Jun -* SkIll Uoadacbo* of October A D, or.ss: soon
I .
to aay, several1 times\ Rivulet tbnn tim But VnenSr wthtn.'doe'1iosseRe the, ,;Vlrtlgo? Gu' rdian's Notice. 'thereafter at we can oavhiard/'ifir./ 1, arnstbflposItJOIr* Rates!* f rerritDeLand

li exerted by the .t(>aID upon qualities that make her n stimulating, Blltoas? Letters Patent to be i'lBueU toV'TheDeLand \ t I

tbe proHanre piston of a powerful engine. companion for the up to date man Immediately : I ANY. *of InsomnlaT thoao symptoms' and", a.,oUl.. guardian Is,.!hereby: of given Hattie that l Stockton the nnder-a Realty CompauW bf ,wblcl ; 'i_e&AJi'iN/TIpibffaH' ;: : soldjialllyi; tic ... ona-t16.2 .
croakers arise and call ber'It ladlcato Inaction of tho LIVGK."TToxt Corporation the following shall be the sold each Tuesday limit 10 days, not good In parlor of sleeping cars
: .,, ;An Interning experiment Ulus- will on the UHrdayof) Ootobor, 1007, 3 ,* tlck.1Htd 1.1J>>i11IWl ..UfI'X.ltj1.Jln' 1t! I0Id Sally.
Irate the euoruiuu* force,ot Mils d". ,'Dei\\ wothvippar,1= lIg oe- KT to the Hon. County Judge,, ot Volusia Articles of Incorporation --- .tlu1ay: : :
*>d slgli dftlelWlyCftlout' tbe way at bis office In IKLand, FIlL for Isaac A StewartT :;
wasnuada Online AJtw f HV Coast Line No 82 No 80 "Norfolk Flyers' No 85 No 89 .
Ilea pressure house. to sell bo i undivided Interest E .Arnold11ob'nSteyart .
trocis a government veenel engaged In their grandmothers kept In and to tbe ..uyt of tbe neH of DeLand:2.: OOp L" N "J 8 tOp 825aOU I

1 deep sea exploration. "Yet with all the tendency there Is. : ;JOlt's f Pills 21i. township 17 noiith rnnini iilienat. I)' PAiQuedI,! t .:,;. S ,,,1 tit **cV. mIlle,: ? t,1IopP.'V.A' I .1I ,ll1e Up) la ;
A thick glass. tube several Inrlies In to rnnho jokes about the modern ; MAU01K BTOCKTON-! ( :Jacksonville: aoa rT" .j c ,lbl\vllle a(0-p;( UUOa150p:
: wowunprrcondemn{ 'bar as too ..tudt.pu&ttoOdt&letk. -.' "Wept.' Ttb, 190?. Uinirdian. Ar Norfolk '130a. It Zbp Ar DeLan6 I5p
length; full (fofialr jwi }vMrme& '|4nix| ;. ,' ARTICLES OP INCORPORATIO9F ,
sealed at both ends. tnls\ Van "rhi|)' '. top Independent, therela "THE DeLAE :a..Pbft Dar( JJWlft Hll !bl /!' ",rs tC\N I
no .doubt that,sh jla fast mounting Take Substitute, JtTYi U :_. .Ta'-l'' .... .. .A'1iT&i.: 1'fOIIt't"' \ '.
Ih 6fth '
peil In flannol nnd'p&ped l ,PII8)(( ) Notice to Creditors. COM '
)protect tile P cdestdl which th* lather type of Write for illustrate folders, contamlneflinaps, descriptive mat- '
\ wide copper fcjrlinuenr used to I. s. t "" reservations information address
deep sea tnermointtara when they are 1 woman,has, so \ )long oceqpled alone" Is hereby given that tbe under Name. T ft S !rhote"I1 tI"J tc.Jo'""'" tl ln or any
f sent down 'wIth' the! ".oml lng' apparatus. or. If not' a pedestal,' riM'''l5 I taking apoqlflon I has been appointed by the County The name of this Corporation shall t et.( 1I't-tta 2Prtw vi9fi 'HI 0 ..
t l .1tblcll.1B on. be whole more. "Plsroing Eyolashos." of Volusln County, glands, Execu be The DeLand Realty Company." r nflVI PCTAMW tnciPM .i.B.rAt.ntAU iiio Coast un ...
The ixviper. rnde|| lia id, wu| )" secure .and more'' doBfr bl."There( baa I .AJ"IJ'IQ:. 'i.for: a post In,the police the Estate of Helen W. Post. All FPANsf I U. pyiLuaiUili JACKSONVILI I B FLORIDA
bored In It, so that tho *'atof had treaapee legatees, and distributees and I' II.i) V\\ t"i .
.. Inside ryqud, tho. glu .. The always been; theory that tbe IdeaT the central 1 provinces of India a having claims or demands I ART1CL I \\Qt. G *
a I dowu' to deptll?, mother t fa the one* ''who sticks to bee Live "rots: said estate are hereby notified to Nature of Business... ,,, .:w'. ..,..CRAl ....J.>...T.. M. '-Z..JCwItrE, Ct. P. A.
case was then sent a own i fireside and mends. her children's' [ '''I',have a good long equlllne no tbe same, duly authenticated, with The general nature of business orbusinesses Wilmington, N, O. Wilmington N. 0 I
ot 2,000 fathom* and lrnwn ,up nguju.' .tecklnga't'This'' tbebj7' .till linger: piercing eyelashes on a semy time presorlbid by law or the same to be transacted, .bythj .. .. S '
4 ,It was found that/ Ui'oyiInder wnRbnllCd barred! Corporation shall fOlld"I'(' ""&m'
In spite of the fact that so many coil fnvo 'and 'a good physic. My ADA W. POWERS 1 best" _,. &wtiiWK-p'M&m
If It '
/ and bent Inward, Just as To act as to deal in
lego girls and girls who have not: has a history that takes my Executi'lz. agents, buy
had been crumbled Inward by being tion back to ,three pedigrees Seabreeze Fla., September 211, 1\JU'1\ and: sell real estate and other property -
;*fIt; cbJleiK.'l violently squealed.1 1Tbe'II'laB... ,tube ., stocks bonds; :ubtejO mblrtgaicsior ;
father was a Mllllouer. With
keen ana well Informed, sr, my
Itself, within Ita flannel wrapper was (J other evidences of debt: >to loan
and times matter
: reduced to a fipe powderM almont like marrying and proving that a mothoo, vlsslcltude Notice. money on real estate, buildings, : I

The glass ,tnhw" It would> seem, may have outalde'flntel'igta' and be a"_ 'and my father was. driven tel'to stocks, bonds notes, mortgages or John B.
cboolma ; Mspn
as It slowly descended, 'held out long better, jn tber vbeosjuatf, i AT,them. But; necewilty to accept a well Is hereby given that the under- other evidences of debt; to acquire, $ 'University
\ against the prcnmire..., bu*' at last au* lOs merely a.tbeory and does nobod/ Utlmately enjoyed baa been appointed Executor ef the possess use and iiupr '.ott.alt J& $U :-
and crushed by any harm. : pension by the time. be gave up of Sarah Louisa :Morse, and all and deal in real est< te,6r other'/goods, *%, ,' u ,
denly gave way was host In case my aspirations ., distributees and all h.v- chattels
Inn { persons lands and other real
.iI Frank Stockton's or -
"Squirrel personal
the violence of the.; actfoq ',tOa,, Cue ,. or demands against said Estate AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OP CHICAGO.
...1I there M a scleatlfle nur eglrl. When out a.reality I shall as a matter : l property; to ;''nq ire .1'088..1.use .
ent hero to the Utiderslgned with- '_4 'i--
t powder. God for and A' 4-" %"*--+ i ,
bound to build
This exactly the reverse of It Is hinted that her college studies; course! be prey years from ibis date or the same own, operate maintainall | .
I process, may have kept her from learning ast long'life and prosperity." forever barred., onvenient buildings to buy, leaseor COLLEGE: OF,LIBERAL ARTS-Standarda are Identical with the University .
,an explosion Is termed an Implosion ,
MalL. S. 1\1. 1OESE otherwise acquire hold or'rmprove i' ' .
04| Ooloaieo
much about babies as a nuraeglrl ought '
f Chicago Itecord IIorald., I Orange City, Fla. any property real or personal which COLLKOK\ OF LAW-Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.

.. to know she exclaims: 'Not knoniabout 83, 11107 may; be deemed proper m connectionwith COLLEGE:. Of TBO. .NOLOUK. -Kle..trl ttl,: Meobanisal, aDd. Civil Hngineerlnir -
babies? Why, I know all about at.. and Storms. the business '
of the
MASTERY OF THE NILE. babies 1 I have dissected on.r While Most people suppose that when and also to sell COLLEGE' FOR TEACHEHS-Flve!: courses of study for Florida School:
L ( mortgage and .
The -. ,, this degree of education will ne"ert stars appear to lose their liveliness of Application for Tax Deed Un vey"<<; as security for .4obc..*,. Or.;:,0tl coq-*. 4 cb.Ill .A&A.TOEV..: -, ACADEMY*, _For iihloago. ,, .Hiuvara.u/Yule, < Princeton, J.P'I"
Whiolu.the f lovx l Section
.>MsUiedby. + > tertians! ,* M 'dtfcnndea! Ot+fhe'nWera light. and shine without twinkling 8. Chapter 4S88, Laws of wise or in any other manner."_ "Ulohlgan, Vassar. "
Water I. Coatroll.d.Every mOther,' the world Ia-beglnnlng! to'see minute bright points In the sky, do a, general brokerage! business and BUMINKSa: COLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand Typewriting,
; morning; from a' little room ofa that the better Informed a mother .IB, ''wellth"f, I h lu prospect. Studies Is hereby given that Ernest A. act as agent for fire amlHifo insurance *usfiess, ....w.: ,

great white house on the' eastern the larger lu her, views, the, broaderIn made In tills country seem to the, pnrchaser list:day of tax June certificate 1UOJ) has No. IIIOJ 3HO. I and such other things aimay Training- !ifcHOOkOB MECHANIC ART-Wood and Iron W orkinic and Manual

; shore cf'tho' Nile at Assouan Is elicited her Interests, the better mother will dict this poplilnr belief. It ban In my office and has made I be convenient or necessary in)I the ISIoaJOOt.; oL itUBIO-Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory, History of Music
by' telegraph to''Cairo the question, '*! be." .. found Hint \vbou the stars are fl'cl> Uon for tax deed to Issue In accord carrying( out of th6 attjaouand: lpur> Teaubera' Uuune.ttOHOOL. .

"IIow much- iwater?"> The, answer .__ -.., In theIr Hchitlllutlous foul weather law. Said certificate embraces poses of this corporation.The : or FINE ARTS-DrawIng and Painting, oil, watercolor, pastel.
'comes so many thousand gallons 'more _n.ow.r.. -; Came From. a.'J: described property situated principal place of bu.jneo', r.n, Bl'U'Ii' NJias 4 Colleges,B 'ruoimloalU" .. 16/ BuildIngs! 48 In Faculty,
huml. The before yblent
"Ihere was n teacher teaching In a at night a moat county, Florida. to-witt this Corporation shall be at DeLand Bond!Jou'r,ea. strong teachers modern equipment' 10 laboratories. 2 museums, .
or so, many thousand lI'aUona, e8s. /A very poor neighborhood; ,"' said a New bt01111 In the south, for north ot railroad, block 1 and 2, Wat Volusia County Florida. gymnasium,25 olaaa rooms,separate dormitories for both sexes, memorial dining

button" Is pressed the water which York settlement worker. "who received the'stars hung so quietly In tbe Enterprise. .- !hall! wood, and hon shops manual training and domestic science, auditorium
flows under the Iron bridge at Cairo U that' they snowed to have entirely said land being a.leased at the date is 5,4 A tHO06i, toll'i' rgaa IS. pianos,' debating olubs, llterory societies, star .lecture
1' Increased or diminished some ten days dully gifts of Sowers from one of her Isauarce o( such oertltlrate In tbe ARTICLE. -5Yuui'ies1 <3hrI; ti B'.assoolatloas. general library (Ift.UOO/ volumes), special law
4 pupIls, a ragged; little boy The flow- their scintillating power. ol Mary K Williams Unless said Capital Stock. athletlo fluid running tr.ck. tennis courts', baseball\ diamond,
later la accordance with the TelegraphIc era were of all sorts sometimes costly TbU Is said to be only one shall be redeemed according to The amount of capital stock of IIbrarTlenoloaed- campus shell roads cement wa.ks, shrubbery and trees
nntwer,'and the Intervening valley among runny which show that an deed will Issue thereon on the 4th this Corporation shan! be Five: Thousand ,Uhrl tiaj tiiot Meturiaa> .tmu.pli little hothouse blooms sometimes simple, old October, 1907. 'e\\ eieetrio .bulls concerts fraternities exhibitions ..
between"As word or1'A.Uttla less water on Its fashioned garden flowers. As a rule my official signature and seal be divided veapors, exoirsl us, 1.... lv.I.. Attendance now biggest In I hIstory ofI
they were somewhat faded."One' day stars precedes the appearance 30tb day of D. 1907. into 200 shares at par valueof vewltjr#..Generous.patron* nu nlonuy spared.s .Btetaoh lur Florida first,
surface. The man at the button -may 8'l'1ll: Dollars : l -J
the the teacher storms.: -Minneapolis To-irnnl D. JORDAN, -Twenty-five ($35.00) pe( last,'and all the'tlme.'f -5 .
bring joy or sorrow to thousands of boy brought a great Circuit Court Volusia county, Pla share. The terms and conditions upon ,. $Jnforniaton" catalogue, bill'etlno/ views and folders, address

little farms-It I is all according. to the bouquet of mauve orchids. To be sure .. ;.which the capital! 'tOcldshaUI t be V _,. .. ,PlLE8tiJ1itr LIbiC.fN''HULLJjJ1I4; 1I,;,:.I'II.A. ui:I U-tland rlorldaUniversityof
Wh.n to Take T.
message be receives.\ ., they were much wilted,, but none tbe paid in shall be as follows:
From thegreat1' ''Whits1''hOUM there loss It could be seen that'they had once Our conclusions with regard to of Application tor Tax Deed Un. Ten per cent. on the receiving ',Of

extends across the river granite wall cost n 'great dent of Indno>'.'Tbe' puz- are that Its original popular use as Section 8 of Chapter 4S H. Laws the. Charter, and the" balance to be

or dam' ISO feet' high.: Halfway up I clod teacher as she took' them said:' stimulating beverage with .. Baid in as may be called for by the

t this wall and : stretching Its entire ,'' 'Jimmy,'where do you get'ull these rind tea Is justified and harmless, I is b't "ly ulven that V. \V. Geuld, Board of Directors.; f, Ci\
: cowers that you give me? You don't that Its Indiscriminate (. er of tux certificate No. IK2S, -* .' ,- "

closes length; by a. .line a pressure, of lot the< opens button or steal" 'Oh them no,, I ma'am hope.','' the youngster 'answered with gestion meat Is likely foods to or be during harmful.proteld the 1st
III the i winter months a huge lake expands lor tax deed to Inane In ac The term for which this Corporation --
to the southward which has every : ; 'father's an ash man."' tea, on account of Its less tannic with law. ttuld certificate em. 1. '
shall is
eppenranoe 1 of:facing a flood for tea.content.Our results Is lens with harmful ginger than beer the In Volusia following county described, Florida property, to.wit The ,business of perJ this>e'H ually.Corporationshall ''II' ,the State fofFloridaSB Florida Female College

In certain places the tops .of palm tree! Patti and the Wasp I In L. Todd Grant deed Book be conducted' by> tn.*following 1 '' i '- -..kQalnesvUle \ &
are" discernible"above'Its surface,' and One of Charles Santley's most amusing ed that this beverage was section 40, twp.lr \1", range 83e.30 officers, to-wit: A President, a Secretary ;] Pla.A Tallahassee, Pla.

tU. summits! of;:inundated ruins apparently :, ,i experiences occurred .:at Brecon without Influence upon digestion.- said land being assessed at the date and a.Treasurer (but the offices -
mark the Bites of sunken'cltlcu.As when he assisted Mme., Patti In giving nitsi.! Issuance of such certificate In the of secretary and treasurer may htgh-gtaile-lnstltiitlon for young A college lori women, without a

the days go-by and Cairo demandsmore a concert In aid of tha.loca.bospitul. the of 11'. E. C. Kv. Co. Unless 'be held by the same party), and a men, offering Literary. Scientific parallel in the South embracing a

and mOTe ...water 'the palm trees i The prIma donna appeared with Mr. shall be redeemed according Board of four Directors. Engineering,Agricultural; and Pedagogical College of Liberal Arts, as chool
"' tax deed will issue thereon on the for Teachers a School of Industrial -
and the'mine seem to rise from their Bentley 10'a duet.: The vocalists bad CASTOR of Courses
Oct. 1UU7.! ARTICLE V. I Arts, a School of Fine Arts, Including -
watery!i hjMls ,until In June and early jest recommenced singing when tbe "" mv official signature and .eal Strong faculty, well-e quipped I piano pipe organ violin,

July the river Hows freely with all Its baritone burst ont laughing'knd'lett' I For'Infants and Children.Tba auth day r Sept. 1901.SAM'Li.JOIODAN. : The officers 4j.*.p Qfticera.of this Corporation, '. 'laboratories, thorough instruction, voice: culture,' elocutionan. phy..l.

historic Indolouce.-New York !Times. the platform i His companion ''almost 1ia.} shall- .PPtlUbeoMtlcal> : ; and p r a c 11 I c a I; cal. culture.: _
Circuit Court hold
Volusla -of
Kind Yea Hats Always BougM count]), oIflrfor'a'period 'one "fm --" L '---- *'-
.. Immediately followed, although she attempted -ca..eIII1Bupervlolon and discipline; A faculty of able specialists In
R. P. 1'. C and until their .
BAMLIN year successors are
/ ( '.n..1L.y.. ... ef lAtmosphers.Ifappears to continue. In .respsnsetoloud ,, I iesstho elected' and) qualified, and .shall be high, moral tone., aHdepartments.!' ,"I .. .

that In the .atmosphere cheers Mme. Patti returned and : elected on the first Mxmday In March .,Na! tuition charges Florida TUITION FREE. Charges for

there ae 'tliree' distin:t' currents of said, "The cause of all this merriment 1908 and upon the first Monday in ,\students.\ ,Other, .,expenses J, very low.. Instruction In. fine arts reduced ape.

air: N the "flrat/ lying tf_ an ,elevation t Is that a wasp has been trying to get r's Sale., every.year thereafter. The prsons, For catalogue,.and .other.information to a minimum. New buildings In

o( from 09
at from 2.lIoo'td 4,0001 meters hnd'the : on."-London .Tlt-Blto. |1W Notice of Application for Tax Deed ... this Corporation as its officers until .1 "' ANDREW. SLEDD; catalogue.' A. A. MURPHREB,

nppen ,one {at,from,6.009. to, 8,000 mo--. I I- "L V I der Section 8 of Chapter 48WJ, matter 01 the estate of W. M. Pul- the officers are elected at the first I President. President.

tees above tho surface of the earth. Caught In the Act.' of Florida. ...,, regular election and qualified are: ", "''rt,,'I 'II' p .
and bv virtue of au order made ly: Iliac A. Stewart -President. .' ----- 'I.
These are to an extent separate ears Lady .Visitor I am sorry to see yon Is '. )..
Not'oo hereby given that George J. Lee McCrory Judge/ of the -
rents, flowing each with Its own VIIloClty'At..tbe I tore, my young friend. YOU: appear to Clark, purchaser of lax tJertltlcate No. .Jud c'a Court or Voluala Countv, T. E. Arnold. Secretary' ., ,and Treasurer --- --.-- ,-7- .'-1' ---- ..... --. -
bottom ot''eae1 b of.the iave bad a good educaUon."I' dated the Ttb day of August! A. D, 100.JlLyorx In tbo matter" of the estate of W. ,
the ptratus. are L Convict-Well 1 ( Hale.of the City of, decensed. I will sell at public I and a Board of ,Directors consistingof i .. .
layers Glpuds! formed madam,, I have been -
.. baa filed said, certificate In my office, to the highest and best bidder for Isaac A. Stewart T. E. Arnold, w.
at' each'' '"'* ''' I
.and tleop of of the layers through college. : has made application for tax deed to at tbe front door of the court house Mary Stewartaod D. Jj. Arnold.,,
occur the cumulus clouds. _JTWsisug: I Lady'Visitor-.U It'possible l ?''' .o* In accordance with law. Said In said County, during Iba legal ; J Bond Cumber Company

gests that the stratus originate at tbe I Convict-Yea; thai* therasoa! I'm oate eiubraoes the following of sale, on Monda, November 4tb ARTICLE VI. ,
In 1''07, said ) 1
property situated Daytona, being the host Monday In
bottom ofia aw* the
: here
I They caqgbt tov as I was going Liability.The .
county, Florida, to-wlt: the following lots, pieces or parcels .. .
': cumulus at the top. It Is probable. ttrougn.-Philadelphia Inquirer 111. i All north of Ulgbee Line, lot one, ::'f 'I lying and being In the County Vo- highest amount' indebtedness Wlll'{.udte you prices and eupply'you, from their yarda nea.. the depot.

tncfc l)hflt HMtrntni owe their orlglu I -- .1, ," S thirty, Daytona. HI ate of florida and more partlon- to which'lthis ''Corporation can at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine

: to the difference In velocity and ternpofalnre The Muskallungo. u\bed,\ as follows: AU of lot two of at any time subject itself is ,Twentyfive -
___ The said land being assessed at the
-ortBe"lw6 lnye'r<"'\wulT9 tl0"] The Indian'name of ibis great' CfBterf of the' Issuance of such certificate In ..eight.. according and to also Beardsley's lot. four*map Thousand. Dollars .(.$35,000.00)). 1Li.iiber1ioOringCeillllg f Mouldings
,, Springs; and "'Ut -"i'.LJj,1.A' *j t 1 *,10..1, 'v
cumulus are formed by ascending currents the fresIwatsr- lakes and tributaries name 8, ColemaD.heln. Unless said of blook eight, according. to, Me. "_ .. ,
within the layer of air. Is "esoxmasquinongy." Our nat- Oats shall 'be redeemed according: to eI I *' map of DeLeon Springs. both of ARTICLE...VIU. ",.J -- F'
tax deed' will Issue thereon. Laths
on maps are on file In the Clerk's oMoe Names, Residences and Subscription Shingles Etc. .
hare tbe word '
translated Into ,
prallsts day of Uc. A. D.,, 19J7.( of of ,
Volusla State
( County and .of Incorporators.
Bad, but Still Good; 1 Witness official and '
etgitor'ii1n. different but :'algnature .
about styles, my
Subscriber !
'iTiReaidence" Atllo nt Fire Brick Cement eteT delivered
I' All
due : Lumber Buildingand promptly
A Judge from oneor the African the correctay! of spelling It In our the 80th day ot August, A. D., 1007. JAMEffW. PERKINS, of StockSubscribed f. ". .. <.. ,/ crown colonies now home on leave. Is language Is undoubtedly "mu kel.unll" "" SAM'L D. JORDAN, Commissioner.

:, telling this story: ''It la the euat.CIn/ ." ...-Moat fishermen, however, Clerk Circuit Court Volusm VOUDI)'. l>' 20th, 1P07.u '1Shares/ :

the local courts to admlnliUr t .tl14 bronSunc*' and, spell It to suit themselves Isaac A. Stewart D Land, Fla.',' Fifty

natives the form of oath wbIelVteyconsider : lira no man 'seems to be an accepted it I u T. E. Arnold, ,DeLand, Fin, Fifty ____ ___ _n. '
most binding. One-day, a .. -'- Mary Stewart DeLand. Fla. 'Fifty
authority. It Is one thing In .,, ; '
Christian colored gentleman, of whose Canada, another In1 the 8t!! Lawrence D. J. Arnold, "''DeLalidPla.1s1ttyC I
a good faith tile Judge entertained softi# ''idd'snotber In the'' great lakes. The e' tf.P *!, faVM* t If ,.: I mil....'...lm ,'f' ;mnel; Land Saw and Planing Mills & Novelty Works

: doubts, was about to give evidence.*Xt favorite among New Yorkers Is "mus- ARTICLE..VIII.7: I.al

his own request be,was allowed to take callonge.. The ftB,* reaches a length Seal 0 1 J.DLUMJEER. T. OA1BM3iD ru; ald-M !!ager.
The seal of this shall -
the oath of a Citrl tJan. The% Hid '"pf.Beven and a half feet, and the blgfeear "''
..1 .. be a circuUf: "Impression!,' bearing'lathe
Judge Intimated that be must alsoTxrsworn. ever taken ''is said to have R ,
oen ;r he .wards"" ,,::S4aflr 1fl1o"and
( In the native fashion. The manS weighed nlpet!!-two!pounds. In gamejpafs "Elastic" Bookcase around 4 .the J' the

was visibly disconcertedOttl nomassa / (92i st&J-to< surpass the tarpon "The"Dethd\ circunlierenc9words Realty C\>m> ;
*"* JI"'I he pleaJDd. Notf"HalS Me of (be (ArfbfieSn and the tuna of thePaciflc.New pany."J f) V iBllul, oM ..U .iNl, l
v bad native ''but I Siding, Turning Scroll Sawfng, Moulding, Window anaunor
very : me very good York Press. Permits as much or as little Isaac .A..Stewllr'H'4, Celling, Floortnr'
Christian."-Manchester Quardlan.- book space as wanted, [SEAL:' ;T. E. Arnold ( Frames Posts, Dalli>>ttr ,1'Mantets, Turned Porc Columns, etc.,
v Shedding for Groves and Pineries. av Crates and Box Material a specialty
i Comprises Desk Unit "
with Stewart
: th.74.L y ApConundrum. 'Mary I 11 Contracts taken for.the erection of any. Jclnd.of.it: building
; Reversed [ I :w'b;, I. Bficlock like a vain, pwtty ', few or many Book Units asS Ii i D;i/"Arnold 'II<
>,, I ..Tea sir, the major went In 'swira- young lady J" I desired. Roomy, conven I f 1 I DEL NO' 'FIORlDA. .

mln', an' rm blest ef a feller didn't "1 fall .to am 'any reaemblanoa.Is '. ient,attractive. Call and see ., STATE. FLORIDA.,
r come along an' steal all his clothes it or write for catalogue* 105JiF. Volusia. County. .

'-An"'W1I1Irmtt ( d'Thfll"! Wbl.1 ALLEN & CO.AOBNT3tJ Before! me,' an officer'duly authorized .
"SeCau If .
all face
e and figure, has '
f fIll1 ""prok.jtli. record by goln' borne la a I to take acknowledgment., of
no bead to"speak'or. to hard to stop "
barrel. Instead of the barrel goln' bom 1 ., deeds,i ; personally came i Isaac A.

v, In him,*- when onoa Jfc J>;ground op and baa astriking" '. DEIJUSO, PUA. ,, Stewart,.,T., E.. Arnold, f and D.., J. lrFox[ '
.t1antapon.ptution. _
way of calling, attention to itself Arnold, and each acknowledged, the .
'-H11 '{U" 7 of.J' ? .
evsry.oOT la tba day."-BaltimoreCanoBT. t(: foregoing to be his signature to ,the ,
: hooks to the Ear. ,., Company.
en. \ n a Charter of "The DeLand Realty
; A..Y"lBAI'1Io of;. ru>) 9 ,''neaM, a eue- -.eft: : .'' ,- 'c "..'. >'' -.''/ i .JTYPEWRITERS ", '- "IL'"1-; .1 Kl

.eeaalob 6f IIOd1C says"Country) Life. ,';;. ,..r",(,... J. ',,'., "'S', ..,5'.F, ,' 1l,) 01> u Witness my hand 'knd 'official seal. ,

,lode Thpr.1,- Vlilct, iplkq"Winy.gi'torBlo' he?' ey" ha*<.t m..* ..andIndeeol lid Tfl.Tel.: a r pr /aHlng$ opinion that IL ___. _.. this_rg '1v. day r of Sept. Ao'Igo7.i I.; Fnnmg, "" --_.

If. cancer' lo.always,painful' from Ole be- tt } ,1 'III 11\\ ., 'ii'Hayes" ? l't. J -. -1'
f1AIf! been Ill'Ovf4! tba t.the 1fotarv Pllb rH4 .
'4 : $4h '6'awlnk i III MiIk.ust'after/ glntflpg..tW1lenU.JtIs, reoll"* painless W commission' expires' February1N..lglo.
: the Jorltye..... It!, IB deslrabl. My .: -. -.. --... --_. .

"k sleep.awcio: comes on. J:t: ::'O.I! to ascertain! howl far the bnbllo oughtto .. .< : : I The Dutt- ABILITY of the"DASKET" MACHINBS securesiby the wide

An Obliging Cyo'o' be Instructed, In the erly signs ot .ftHUCKLEBERRY fsi typebar hanger and heavy typebar.ods.iVi.Bfi A
.,-rt t cancer, with a view. to the--adoptloa ot Notice .of Attachment J -t::: 1
and o Peoplevh4jwftnt' original may be SQmptlilng,referred to.bright the earl : ndeon.eq ., 'Ia'Oiroul&ur&,' Sejenth', 'JuJJolal'1''" ., I V V1glE :Ef WRIT.WTABULATOR .
; fFf" colt In and for'Volnsla-CdunW' .. ,
story 9f;j. T xacycJpn;! ..tl Jl a< ,yked) ,
all Oilier Inot
To Amo*CutUyi aad fvoauf d A C 9An
T.H"9 IJ'P '
tip 'dellveUa'lVto'the'peiSn : ter..Wdt tr .u : ,uJl f
<" ;J % t ""You are 'hereD'''' Y1Dt.u\ld\ I .,': uw, aDd ,. CARD WRITING ATTACHMENT
= =U :: ll'uu; t. :
,, by sInus ofaWSit e.AobmeaL IusuIqiI I LINK INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON
find a nickel, to pay the fare Old the of. Lbs igquIoirtqf, SevQj4iJntibolaI DETACHABr.8 PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT
,....._ First Caoln t Vlr.Ul&. 01 J'lortda In asl ';viusia -,
>s>. conductor make 700 get: oA' and walkf :,1 : ; I AND EVERY! OTHER'DEI'IIJfAB' FKATUUE.
,( ;< Jlrj Iever NewlywedfjtreadVBglrtNosodJi', \! .;JjfJrMl1\ fOlI'rUI4Jt: ;.. pt(. Count la a eul, therein., kenlihg tjjtj
.JBuckleberry ......
Cigars 114I"1" 11,1 "JJ '. 1' 08'' \
r dead\} : tf other typewrfter ban the Fox ban of these features
.r- yet saw a mule. Mrs. Newly J could have ae on the t igwfl.Inr J'. : I. 3D: .11I lo"'lng' fl.r' Every BMI ,
', wed, (who' IB thinking of sonetniw| paradoX land hiinS'aa,4' be.t f.tile V WI.y no other has them ALL Tb, Fox stands. as a '
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.., ', ...Is* and not listening)-Don't yotrtnlnkyour : "ICt: F..j btrh} a i V(oIusten4, 15.... .f JTIfrMa.-kao Nltn! vel in typewriterbttUaWfel: t U< ) ;'>.,' j L: H' t *
'i ,: life lnanrauce .P I Pretty CtMO. ..4w ,. J Ldok Good; 'Taste Good attached( and levied upon as .ur..JIWP9I\I7'. \ It is the mechanical excellence of a typewriter that Its
..te IY'f'a'l.f'1 \Ii:!' .:!, & : of the said Amos Duffey, to-wl. '. I worth and enable 1 U to A'stand.upf' as does theVox year In ytarout
.. or nloas. :
-1' mOlle7.job 'Lnt 1ieetton, towssaIp'L7 uSaik.tRbSaM klnfliWstAMi1.r*' rlr <,3C:<
U U'J1' .q8 ; 1" underbill c-
\ "'''' raply. ? I andwe"neej 20 eaaisouth fin 10 '.
/ telliyoa lI.: \: lltln.
(' ., "' t ;.il Th.-Pratu. .r th. Cr.a1irL : might sajr ttat b. carries Ida mousypus5tbI1.ta tjf no ," :__,? . .- Advertised statements making general clalvs prove nothing. I

('{".''-' : :1 un :' .gel-a.o1G"* 'J ... Miafl ,.taal aaasoalI. C .and.iwwti'bjr! >0.11ieh1nB' ''north hit Bad a' I Prove the Fox by-i tbhnpaHiiod in your oQlce at out expense.,
: I" :,. ( Boatb. In the sonUiwost'aBnMr' \,. ;: )?o"'i! 1Ib..1I: so Carole*, that, .dO ?ntI\ ';7a' ..b-'i: tt: na>< l't i jAs C -Ie Roy Myers Company At''OQ an further notlttwl that latvrVated toe/ said' I W..lt'for beautiful catalog Just Issued. .
Ames DIIthy and BiltotlAr'
l .'j. sh. could droA k remark: wlthrIng parMne '
.. "t.IJWM 'HlsT PMIoftis. )'Oia, ....' n' an bsebr wo. ilrod *o appear i "iplead or I OWEN TYPEWRITEIIddkPANY :
IF _
her word.'r2mart Mt'lrar ,
: :'M''er.- demur In said I suit on or..before toe drat
",' Cllsot (meeting his doctor and mmts ? ; : : ,
.', .r .. ) : Monday. I* jfetoer} Ai p. 1110'1 being; the .
.. ,. "_ aro h.I't1nct; precIpiat. I free opinion)-Doctor, whea>yoej kara 7th daref sand moutbJ.tieswl* der.ultl''IIIi'18'1I1PIIIJIDII''L i 313. Zacki Street. TAMPAFIA.

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