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: October 4, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
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System ID: UF00087347:00197
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
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,. PROGRESS AND following reply: "I have examined CHINA'BERRY brella trees In orange-sr ;wlng; sec-
: ff f- HE QUOTED. ST. PAULA with interest the questions which you I TljE I ions! 'Is. an.) essential step:III, tbe CO ITrol .

r enclosed, and I most heartily 'com "of ,,the white II)'. This Insect I is
f ", 'Bishop' Blund.r and th. Clever Way PUBLIC.SCHOOL$ mend your plan." I also sent sets ol AND THE WHITE FLY. ofteo' assisted m establisbtng itself:inew

{ It W.. Corr.cl.d.A. 'questions ''to 'several county superintends I territory 'by these 'trees, In ,which!

1 I' ceHnln bishop of one of the middle .and principal! of schools, in different it ;may first be harbored,, and i, if, ,not

,at tes l la dea rlbJ4"a! l < '.a mall who penlelwed While we should be conservative, yet parts of the state, and all ap- TIe Oreat Breeding Place of This ntircly responsible for' the successful -
of I
proved them give the following establishment of insect
the they
had thesaWngsen.o "
learning,. but not "The
'grea ; :' 'In we should" avoid" "fogylsm. of I extracts from replies received! "I Enemy of the _Orange. Tree. wilt' hlmdtce'rtti'nly. reiult in'neigh-
of humor "Remlnlgv This is time
world dp move. a < t
have examined .
the questions which boring icitrus groves becoming thor- .
N ''se: cell 'ot, 'Blsb PII"ana Archbishops"' lapid progress and great changes in I you sent me, with great interest, and The following letter by A. W. Merrill xghly, infe,ted .sooner than ,they

.... for' Infants and Children. JlHhbp l' 'tter'trhiell'on Instance 'of the. conditions. Because a measure was beg to say that I do nqt think they to )L.)>r.' V. flullips on the subject would if the'insect were/ entirely" dc-
abll 'nc. 'of this quality. not necessary in the past, is no reason are too difficult' for eighth grade pu- ot/ the Cla'uaberry; and Umbrella tree icndent upon the' citrus 'fruit trees forts .

'Contort* fo'a:' luvrmlesi subStitute for Castor Oil :Pftrc- 4 Jt happened on one occasion that nn why it if not expedient. at the present pils." (Supt. Hall, Miami.) With the versus the citrus trees is of consider it food supply. When the pest is

"gorta'Dfropa and Soothing Sirups., ,It.III-Pl: t.,1t episcopal election had come np for review time. But when innovations become I I exception of a part of three questions ab'e' importance in connection with once i established, in a. section where
'contains neither Opium. Morphine, nor other ,li rcotloBubstance. necessary in public enterprises, the in Physiology and two in History, titS control of the white fly and is Chinaberry and Umbrella trees are
In the house of and .
It d4)8troyVorDllt ami allays FevoridhneHt bishops questions people have a right to know the reason Supt Philips says, "I entirely approve here) printed in full! -cORD'2:: "
It .XMarrhooa and WInd Colic. It relieves TeetbInfJ"Troublflill'and to the bishop elect were being for them and should be interested
cures / aa '
of f all other questions, and think they Orlando, Kla., Oct. :39, 1906.\ cbessible,< 'remedial measures of any'
cures Q tlpntlon."'IG're: tato.tb*r : sited/ and answered with considerable in knowing. It is not a healthful con
natural sleep. are reasonable, fair, and easy enough Dr. P. Phillips, kind, in ,the, groves are more! or less
and Uowels and. :
'The Htomivrli Children's :Fauacett-afee, gtrina healthy Mother's'. Ifrloud.: "/*.V/3/ I fr+edom. A bishop who knew the bishop dition of affairs when ''new measurescan for any eighth grade." Supt. J. C. Orlando, Flu., offset/ by the migrations'of the adults.

) elect In a very Intimate way was on be adopted and never cause a Compton says: "I have read carefully Dear Sir:-1 have at hand your Ict- P4r these migrations, as has been

The Kind- You Have Always Bought $ : ill feet and wall being cnteohlned. ripple. Stagnation i ill< the greatest the list of questions which you enclosed ten ot the 21st hint, in which you auk shown, the Chinaberry and Umbrella!

when a bishop called out, "What kind peril I of government, especially a Re- mid it seems to me that \pupils for an expression of my opinion as to treeS are largely responsible. I.canhl.'IlrtilYI

-. -Bean-the Bignature-of -- brother public. who are ready for promotion should be he damage to orange growing 'interests endorse any attempt to obtain
of.:.wife has our elect? I trust that some of our' citizens able to make the required per cent. on by the Chinaberry and> Umbrel- concerted; :'action toward the elimina-

Rill present wife"began.: ,the blshon have been interested ertough, to wonder them, but if pupils make 75 per cent. a1'trees. in white fly' infested sections.. tiqn of 'such a serious' menace to or-,

: thUs\ challenged; when' the middle- why the School Board adopted the upon them and are properly graded, 'r 0 appreciate the, importance of the ange-grlj. >wlng interests. Very truly,

., state delegate sprung to bill feet.I regulation requiring all pupils to take they will show a good knowledge of llinubcrry and Umbrella, trees as a A. W. Morrill. sAt
I "One moment! be cried. "Do I understand a uniform examination before being the subjects." Others took the position irecuing place for the white fly it

i : .' I ''h. > ) my brother aright? Did he admitted into our High Schools. Andit I that eighth grade pupils should must be realized that the citrUa white
..ay 'hi. present wife' and am I to understand is to answer this just query that I bc> prepared to take any teachers' exinination riy has a 'Very limited number of food
In Use For Over 3O Years. t I write this article for sonic,. I fancy the which in addition citrus DeLand Churches.
; that by that phrase he means on subjects they plants to trees.There .
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'n.e".N"r.y.. C OPNV, n MUNN. .N.. ; .. cIv2 i to: Imply that the brother elect ball buda was so arc supposed to have completed.This is. no native plant upon which

'" 1--c--. .,> previous wife? Because If so, I can ,' something startling" that I recommended -I' measure was adopted, largely, thIs| white- fly breeds in sufficient number Presbyterian Church

-- '. not vote for his confirmation. St. Paul the measure jus upon the gen to protect those pupils who do good, to. just ly us in supposing it to be Rev. Benjamin B.iKnapp, Pastor.
I' !' 'eral principal that "Fools rush in
lay,, 'A bishop must be the husband of thorough work in the Grammar School its original food plant. Common reports Sunday school at 9::43. Morning' stir-
} professtonaZarbs. CHOICEPEACH LAND ,one wife.' I where angels fear to tread. grades, and to give them 'a fair chanceill of the insect! breeding On vari- vlle: of worship and sermon at' 11
;; Let me state in the beginning thatI their School ''work oils in hammocks almost
., For a moment the bouse. In which High without plants are o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 6.415.he : / .
W. PERKINS if 1) :FOR 'SALE('OH CASYt TERMS I I were a number of bishops who having did not suggest this regulation to being_ handicapped.! .by, those\ who are invariably erroneous, and should note evening r preaching service Is a
I the Hoard until after mature deliberation -
; :, nut properly prepared. > credited, unless the insect has been ijion one.
been bereaved of their earthly partners
$10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE J and alter visiting many schools In these examinations pupils are not identified by an entomologist. Oi
ATTORNEY, and COUNSELOR-AT- .' had supplied their place., sat still with this plan in view. I also con- graded on their specific, technical the,seventy known gQecies ol white \fly Christian Church
LAW B. t Peach Btctlan In.the Stats In stunned silence until a prelate, ferred with others who in Sunday school 10
arc a position
knowledge! only, but also on their which occur in the United States, only a. m.; sermon,
S.A..BAKERS _l !..S.vlUe..PIa_ whose sense of humor was as keen, as to feel the need of some such a general! intelligence and mental maturity ; a low can be positively determined 11 L a; m.' Subject:' "The PnrpoHe of time

DeLand _: "Florida.VV11F 'be[ last speaker's was feeble, rose In regulation. It Is not pleasant to receive as shown by their treatment of m the adult or winged stage, the different eatltndes." Endeavor 0.40; p.' m. .

'Practice In t State and Federal 'w. 'CANNONS' Ills place and Bald, "Do I understandthat censure And it is exceedingly! the subjects discussed. Promotion II species being characterized by tranters especially invited.. All. are,

Courts. the blab9p regards the language hard to deliberately plan a course of from should microscopic wbloome.
-*--'?._ ,_ _., "' any grade not be based structural differences, frequently J. W. B.
LiYery .'f.e I eTdln Sal I StaK. of the apostle which' he has Just quoted action that you have every reason to wholly on "text book" knowledge, nor in the inmature stages. Smith Pastor
CTEWAKT A.ELY. mandatory" believe will be misunderstood and
., .. 811 on the amount of subject matter perfunctorily The China berry and Umbrella trees
J r' 't; .*_ 3 Fhe' Fashionable Turnout '"Certainly! exclaimed: the man who condemned by many personal friends- covered, Education f Is are favorite host plants of the citrus The Baptist Church.

ATrORN AT-rAW.*' ... llua'o moots I..ll. trains; ";.at 'A.. t!. L1epot." > bad objected. those who get hit always hollow. growth. And all we can hope to accomplish white \fly and the adults of the spring Services on Sunday, Oct. Oth, at the
-.1, .. Racks .ne.tunnruhIU.'artaCLernoon F. E. "Very well then, Mr. Chairman. After taking all this Into consideration, is to provide a favorable environment brood which mature on the non-de Baptist church will be as follows: Pub-

Office in Bank BmlJing, ''DELAND. 0' fly trBtn.-.t'range-Vlty( and night; aid the Interrogating bishop blandly, I we considered the ends as justifying and furnish a healthful ciduous trees are attracted to these in lie servlce'na. tn.:Subject: : "A Basket.
traIns at DoLand Junction. U. 6 Mai' '' the of the means. the' of{ Summer Fruit." communion after
Branch office over Postofflce DAYTON. 11 the bishop regards language stimulus to educative activities. Nor considerable numbers. By time
.. both routes. Hacks muet bnatsnl. B.re.fi<,ru: The law gives pupil who broodof be morning service. Evening service
. ; St Paul, when 'be says that a bishop i every can we expect uniform results, any of the emergence of the second
Gary D. Landls. flirt Fish Gentld horses and parotuj drivers 1/ :.fPhonad. \ must be the husband of one wife as finishes the Eighth Grade, a right to more than a gardener can reasonably adults the leaves of the Chinaberryand at 7BO 7: This service 'will be a sacred
S DeLand. FU. "him enter any school in the county. On into his and find Umbrella have matured concert. at the conclusion of which a
LANDIS & FISH mandatory, I should like to as* expect to go ; garden trees so
I visiting the various schools] I found all of furnish collection will, be taken np for the
what be proposes to do with the bishop turnips just the same size. that they no longer as strongan .
at Arcadia.Program ,
ATTORNEYS and COONSKLOUS- I stireivlthus.'I \ of-naming a bachelor bishop-"who( a very great difference in the quality And when his tirst turnips get large attraction to egg-laying females orphanage-'-Chorm),' Anthem Male

AT-LAW, hasn't any?" of work being done, all purporting to enough, it would be very foolish lor and a migration takes place, with par- nartotte. Solo by Mr. Webb B. Hill,
N ow is the time. There was a shout of laughter amid be Eighth Grade. As late as February him to pull his whole crop, for well ticularly disappointing results to the Solo by Mrs Out s, Beading by Mrs.
4.. DeLand, Florida Which the bishop who bad objected I visited schools where the nominal we know that some of his finest turnips citrus fruit grower who has been expending Morse. Yon are Invited.
Practice In Stale and Federal! Spot caah for losses, Eighth Grade had
Will took: bill scot, flushed and angry. The not yet commenced will develop later. So many if time and money in controlling -
Courts. on real Eighth Grade Work, not the majority of best the in his The vast
our pest grove.
wholly onoercelved very Union (Serrlces
humor bIll blunder
and {U should be protected. of was
for examining
Special and yet some of these pupils were minds develop slowly and should be mil)orllY of,the insects that appear on '
by him The Christian, M. E. and M.
titlesL."MCCKORY I
perfecting land R youInsured?,... _, planning to enter our High Schools, allowed to develop naturally. the wing in Orlando in mid-summer Church Sontb will unite with the Pres-
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und no doubt, would \have received These examinations are a more severe come (from the Chinaberry and Umbrella church
"Shouting. byterlan> on Sunday evenlmr.
J livery company rellabrer: : - Early Australian gold diggers mad their promotion cards. test to the efficiency of the teacher trees. In towns farther north, Everybody cordially Invited.

... contribution% to the ,slang of The present teachers are, not alto- than t6 the qualifications of the pu- where there- are no'.'citrus{ groves to J. W. B. Smith
'f 'f", fi many gether responsible for this condition. of flies
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. pils.Ve are paying better salaries add to the number migrating 880.
.. When does youpolicy if!\ Ja expire ? that commonwealth. One of theseWas Preceding teachers had promoted pupils than .are paid in most- counties of the I have'aeea !them' develop in' Chinaberry _ _
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-----a .r *r "k w M "snouting or standing drinks for '
from the Seventh Grade who bad itatc, and for that reason we have aright trees so that they tilled the air !St.! Baruuba'g' Church
DeLand, Florida. (111 your pulley In force ? everybody within hall a practice of i I
nowhere the work of in Or-
.... / I nenr completed to expect more efficient service. in even greater numbers than St. Barnabas'" Episcopal. church Rev.
S.IBI BoWSIII'1f.I I .IS. p. Wright. Jr.w.Qlr "Peiepbonu\ numbaf, sxeet. which' the lucky digger was very fond. that grade, as it should be done. The I It is the )policy of the Board to raise lando. An orange grower cannot Campbell Gray Rector, .
wiuGnZATTORNYSAT.LAW. To'refuse to' drink with a digger who "new teacher," in order to give satisfaction the salaries of our teachers to the hope to successfully cope with the ''Oct. 6th, XIX Sunday after Trinity.

!!. ..._ IION1NSr1LANCW7LG1CYLi had "strut'it' rich" or turned! up a and to hold her position, is highest practicable limit, with the hope pest when he has these migrating 7 7 a. m. Holy Commnnion; 9:80: a. in.

big nugget, was a'deadly Insult. A compelled to keep up the farce and, and expectation of securing the best adults to contend with. Sunday 8Oooh! j 10:81)( a. m. Choral servICe -
NOTARIES PUBLIC critic quotes from 3. F. Uogan'i "His. nominally at least, In some way get the teachers and receiving the most efficient A few observations have been made with sermon. 0 p. m. Evenuong.
Office.: ---- '" ,wlU. nd.ua at tory of the Irish In Australia:" "Shout- pupils through another grade. And so service. which go toward explaining the elements Daily service at 6 p. m.
!.&.. at Telegraph at one time almost universal teacher almost forced into under
Ing was : are a The most vital qualification ol a' of danger in the trees
Das AND, FLOR D Stetson and DeLand. To shout, In a public house means to course of action which is at variance teacher is her ability to teach. And consideration.On First :ii. E. Church

Insist.' on__ ever! Jbody_ present, .friends with their better judgment. And it these examinations help us materially the leaves of citrus fruit trees
Rev. W.J. Harkneas Ph. D. Pastor.,
J 1C.: ALEXANDER, HODGKIN'S"Wagon and strangers alike drinking at the takes more moral courage than most in making a just estimate of this qualification not infected with the fungus diseasesit Sunday school 0.43 "
; a. 111. Preaching
Bhimter's expense. It frequently, hap- mortals possess to resist this temptation. in our teachers. When a is seldom that under normal con service 11 a. m. Thewe"'Pov rty And;

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. pene,JfI.t.f>"BI>. pee houtaVln.. ;)U Shop slon." In order to accomplish the greatest ,year, it is not fair to hold her wholly per cent. of the insects reach maturityand 6 MS p. in. Special mnsio under the dlection -
J< Offlce in Brush Block. good, It is very important that the responsible {for conditions there. For frequently the number is not of Mrs. Powe and solo by Mr.

l1eLanl:1: ,'Plot-Ida. DelJ\ND 'FLA.Everythlc Th. Ro.ott Stone. teacher should be on friendly terms this reason, we offer special inducements more than I per' cent. On the other tchxleber of Jacksonville at the rnuru-
ffll\ PractIce In States and Federal The Rosetta stone was found In 1700 with the patrons. We are trying to in the way of increase in salary, hand, on the Chinaberry and Umbrella ins serviue. A coidial invitation ex-

Courts I by a French engineer'officer In an excavation encourage our teachers to remain long to those teachers who will remain for trees the percentage of mortality is ended, to all friends and strangers.
\ ] In \Wagons, Baggies, Carts in made near Rosetta. It ha. enough in one school, so as to become several years in the same school, andit comparatively small, and not only is 4 ,
QB. O.; A. DAVIS; etc., manufactured ID- tbe-- ana repaired my an Inscription In three different Ianguagefl personally responsible for conditions docs not speak well for any teacherto the foliage more dense, but under
bs.worbtn.nshlpknown. Letter
'SICIANANDSURGEONI'... tJbop- _,'Only var-Crst-claaa men employed! the' hieroglyphic, the demotic existing ,there. The higher officials, seek to evade this responsiblity by normal conditions it is capable of pro to A. P. LongdonDeLand

DELAND, FLORIDA.:" and ftr.t-d''B' w rH>tarneil oat. I have and''the Greek.' It was erected 108 B. being farther removed from the peo- I changing schools every year. She ducing more adults in proportion toIL Flit,

Offlc &,. residence* Indiana avenue ately added, to:mr p'antl a ::; AlI.: 0.. In honor of Ptolemy Eplpbmnes be- ple, can better afford to take blame can establish a reputation by successful leaf surface, From an Umbrella
Court House. ;ause 'remitted the dues of the priest- that does not belong to them, than to work in a small school just as effectually tree on Orange avenue in this city, Dear Sit: They're glad they found-
force it onto the teacher of that year, as in a larger one, and'steacher estimated to bear not less than twen- oat DuYoe
Office Hours 9 to 13. a to 4. and T to 8.yyEa l It body; Tbel(1'Ht'value of tbe Boseta. -
: who Joes not dese/ve it either. should not be t thousand leaves, of about ninety I
'( ,. stone .lies In the fact' that It fur- recommendedfor Corpus Chnsti. Texas: la right on the
M. D.PHYStCIAtf'and Teachers are subject to many in- one of our' best positions until she luallcts each, ten leaves were pickedat
/ :: VIDA Z. 'AEtfECKE, biBbed the key whereby the Egyptianhieroglyphics ( Gulf and one of the hardest climates for
.,. c luences that tend to bias their better has an established reputation as a successful random, and from each of these
paint hot son, salt I air, and strong
deciphered., ; ;
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IT' t ; ;..r.iti'i judgment And the more amiable acachcr's teacher This would give the to leallets were selected, as representing Winds. '
; SURgffON, : disposition U, the greater is teachers in our' small schools something the average condition of the .
I -- A.poOr" Compllm.nt. the temptation to try to please the to look forward to, and it it all entire leaf, By examination the following i The Sldbnry Building, painted DevoeA
Office on East New York Avenue 1 I MlnUtef (on return from holiday) pupils and patrons even at the sacrificeof the "future" that the profession offers. l data in regard. to the white 1800 is a shining example of perfect

DELAN FLORIDA. '''Well, Daniel my good man and how the 'best interest of the pupils and The uniform examinations may be ity was obtained! ; wlnt snow-white after 7 years as if

''yrtbISgwbeengolnOn'iffmrabsece1 \ the; school. It has frequently occurred extended this year so as to include the niim. The items of cost in this case iklntea last week.
DR. A. S. MUNSON. DanleP-'Deed. sir, a* things in DeLand, and I presume this schools sixth and seventh grades* When the i leaflets, with ''light1 1 We should like property-owner

i4ii gaun on brawly. .They' say that no exception, that at the close of a patrons understand cup motives in this 1 test infestation.. ... 746 99 I II every
uOPAaPYSICtAN.: : 'meen\\ ben when ye gang freeuone term, when, according to their very measure, we feel sure they will give 10 leaflets\ with heavi- Maine to Mexico to see that white*

j >t ..... ) aye tak' gold care to send wear best judgment, teachers are deciding us their hearty support and co-opera- est infestation.. ... .. 60 12 0 iS White white.Experience.

Offlce Second Door South of Fisher's ; t L -'4'!. than yourself to-fill the pooplt which pupils are prepared to go into tion. We are glad to say that the Average per leaflet\ ... 40 5 la { teaches who wants to

Drug Store. L But: 1'0 sevvr dae that,elrl-Pvncn. the next. higher grade, they are much I plan receives the hearty endorsementof ]On each leaf, consisting of about learn aa well as who wales to be kicked.
."'- OFFICE: HOURS 10 to 12: a. to.) 1(3( to 5 J.r -- -_ ____ surprised and perplexed to find that a greater majority of our teachers. ninety leaflets, approximately 3,600 Yours truly
and 1 to.lS. P\ m.fltand -: .' they have given passing marks, In the And in return we would that this iiisects matured. If we consider that
d _. ..... \ Florlc1a:= :: iDOnN J l"\:' JtL-: .- say F, W,DIVOB: & Co
monthly to pupils who 'peaks well for the' conscientiousness this the average for all the '
reports, arc represents
!)II W. Fisher sells .
'" : The'BadgeIs .E uesti of adults out paint.tjOYOUGETUP
-i o number
REEVE; hot prepared for promotion.The of their work. l leaves, the total '
-rIRhTTER ( 'of -Doc_ Pleree personal factor was the bane of Fraternally yours which emerged from the single tree
on wrapper I'I
<<:!: V. every
V ; !. :..,;. (: Qolden Median Discovery\ because a full the old system of licensing teachers, A. O. Botts, Supt would be about 72,000,000. In order
i'JYSICIAN: AND"'SUROEON; dan: "set your Tires without taking list of the ingredients composing It Is and the elimination of this factor Is l's to be safely on the side of conserva- $ ""

wheels from vehicle. We take out no printed 'there In plain English. Forty the' strongest feature in the present EASY TO MIX THIS. tism, however, we may consider the I
OfllcerTn;'store i recently occupied by bolts, rub no paint or barn your felloes baa superior
r yearsof experience proven lystem. In order that the best inter- leaflets showing the least infection as
Dr. M eUett .. ;.Renidnce.. ...408.W eet with a hot tire. Come and see ItWork worth as a blood purifier and Invigorating fcstj of the schools shall be subserved, representing the average condition 01 WITH A LAME BACK ?
New YbTk AVe. and yon will never have your. ,Tlre' set tonlo for the cure of stomach disordersand It is that cold-blooded I judgment Prepare 'It at. /fome By ShakingIn tlie leaves throughout the tree. This
.. "'*: necessary -
JDLndlI4 I: Florida.. hot all&.Io( ,[ ,, ... all liver Ills. It builds up the rundown alone determine the entrance would give us 10,800,000 as the num- Kidney Trouble! Hakes You, Miserable
for your patronage) ;Iin ystem"Mno other tonic 'elUl In a Bottle..
ThaolriD"lO" qualifications to our High Schools.II berof f adults the tree produced .
", a continuance,, In which alcohol i Is used. The active medlo- I of the "I 'Almost everybody' who reads the
V. H. VOORHIS roots such as I i It would be very doubtfut propriety r Prof.1 P. 1I."Roltaj' newe-
lull l principles'of-native*"
thetatlU'V-ll1mam.t. Golden B...l and 1141.11, root, Stone and the School Board to give the teach- What will appear very interesting to Florida State Experiment Station, PP", I U sure to know of,tha wonderful ,

Dentist:; -...-.... 1Yonr.SCOTT to HODQKINS. :Mn4risiieoeht1lIoodrQoL. cad ,.BlackCberrvbark ets ofone 'school the right to discredit many people here is the article taken in. a recent communication to the III=---'"I. _...I cures Kllmar'a made by Dr.

,.Z extracted and pMs.rYed the promotion cards granted by From a New York dally paper. giving\" Florida Agriculturist: Sept. 19), 1906 ((15.r I I I the cr-ll Swamp-Root kidney liver, I,

P. O. Block, DeLand, Fla.. by-: h.- s..of*.hemU>ally. par, triple ci| duly accredited teacher of another simple prescription, as formulated by; states that it was estimated that a 1J-r' ) I and bladder remedy.
refined Send to Dr. 11.V.Pierce ] and it is safe certain Umbrella .tree I bore about
glycerin not to
school, yet receive '
Hours:8.80: rol* "aYui l.BO: lo'4" booklet which a noted authorIty, who claims tit. b. LI i F I I .e It Is the great mad I
N. V. for fn leaves each consist
at Buffalo I: all pupils into our High Schools twenty thousand ; ir 'J cal triumph OhM nineteenth
,. u955 e.tzaotalrom well-reopgnlxed med with no' further proof of their fitnesi has found a positive remedy to I our trig of about ninety, leaflets.' In midi \\:1j I Iflilfi century; diet -
((3a| ftutliorlilM$ uvb M Dr*. Bartholow! \'(ould It be just to put pupils who are .almost. any case of backache or kidney mmer a leaf which appeared to \ --flIlII! covered after yean off I Iscleptlflo
ALFRED HO WARP.. .Xing. loud y, Coe, Elllngwood and a 'for the work into the or bl derangement the following about the average 'condition ; research by
.1 RRYSiI host of othe slewing-that Uusa root poorly prepared in; 4 r present iJl! I
7-- SUBVBYOB AND DRAFTSMAN I:kn be dai> >sided upon for their curativeaUweaU High Schon) with those who have simply prescriptionIf, taken.before 0 infestation had upon It 3,827 larvae cy-il Dr. Kilmer, the eml-
Icil.e-4. -stale.at Uae Momash made tareful preparations? ts it right the? stage of Brighe's disease: V sable? to the naked i besides num ._''I ii -.<. :I swat l kidney. and bladr"7T -
8icom pled>y IndlgettloQ or dyspepsia ti''retard the1' work of a class! and bring e oils :.maUer larvae. vIsible only4 by i"i i dot tpacUlUtj\ sad tow ,
j Fluid Extract Dandelion one-ball in
: Mappln 8peclaltl 1 t+ 11'.1 I fll bIHousor ny,rco la$DIe our'' High; Schools into disrepute, by I I tl ci' us4! of,,*,Je l..) In. order, tp. basei inderfully successful promptly curing,
.) 10'j I watIngdlseaseIWhsre there ounce; Compound Xa'a a.'one oaaoe; estimate actual observation I r ie back, kidney, bladder unto add trou1as I Ib
( 71.A.. ahd In trying to, drag pupils along- through e. on .
MtcWOLU8IA. : ha.. Alte*over City years I .h and gradual runnlag down tl e,work,, when they.are, not prepared Cbmpoand: !fSyrap' SarsaparUla- three! 1 rot.Rolfs. modestly states that the IcrmolkMneytroubto.1 andBrlght's DI_,-wll9h.".. "Is UM Tr::wont-' )

COUNTY ABSTRACT, .anccess they era pronounced .UII ..h aM system., i I' ,;sIgn I r 4tP1., ,. ounces. Shake,well,la a.bottle and I li: f uiion. waa approximately V INVESTMENT! ndTITLia! INSURANCbAN1a tha best and au cat by csvel, h M edle.1 placcv TTtnalcifn : .While In.Tallatiassee! $ t mentIoned tike 'In, teaspoonfnl dose* alterelloIsal' : ji illiorv-; leaving out i of >consideration 01 runendadfar everything but U you IIVSIIId..

I ir -') n. tl ifs!\ 'question, to Superintendent Hol- i and agalri'at I bedtime' :' 7J ijHn-*.'", tl -quarters-of'' the 'tree' that,>wa. t >y,' liver or bladder \trouble It will be foundi {

mt W4 system.ii I tywity; and he" said he felt that school jAwell-kuown .er.t tenet; n >accessible. for examination.' I at the remedy you need.' It has"bean tested I Ii
Bert Fish, Cary D. LaDdlsPre.ldent A.essLfrss on request. S alMfcUoAa.blotches, plmpl officials should take some action relative ] f drafyfat On the Chlnaberry and -Oth I"; de.C t sp>>many ways, In hospital work In private

_Sec e-t1"S'f" ,z vaci.i..ias : ,. no,s 1// .ons|
Titles Insured.. _...._______' I q. p pUl OMB running son or tuoan i'?'am' ,,I prepared a circular. letter and slated' that the" ingredients< are all harasr, t> IIctically"fl'bc 'Irotn- aUlick,"from the! el as relief\ and.has proved M suoeMafallar I sS
and titles perfect 4 w. pLou4IV oba U. 8. sad iur.dga- 0. anA 1I8al l dTl.B ,trMtlac, old afint ,1 it i.to ,Supt, Holfoway.' asking i( less, and carj be' obtain d'"A' lathllcoat I ret-:' fimgus"' ''diseases, popularly -ify cast that a speola1 arrangement baa
Abstracts' furnished : I lbantaa>sona.oa nleera, it> Is welt I) to In- t ere was any feature. In It that he, ort from1 any aood'prescription "phar. 1t ioWA,a. th&'.ied.")'ellow and, brown I\ tn'msdebywbtehallradenso4thl.paperhavnot.
ed.Mape, PIataa4Lp v.r .1t 1l; star* tluWxaeallnr. to'apply tal>u.* e Dr.Heallnit je'Statq I } Board would .not indorse! macy or the niUtnre would be pnf;' up I f'' ngh/ "The ten leaves referred: U>,bad vho aI..q..w It.i may i hav. a

.kp .. Opposite Volu.la Oounttel.9DCLAND PATENTSBond .*Iel & Salv1' It yonrdragapp II nd' received the: following replyt 1 1 tC asked to do so.":Ha farther stated c ily one larva fore4cXnine: thousand mole/ bottls enl) free by mafl,. also a book ..
'.. Jl'loORJD'ill.1. 'dol1't 1I.t> "** Ho hive this' l Bslve To l lJr I "YbuV"drcular letter relative to*'tHe bat '"blllt' this proscription' Is often .d troyed by.the: red fungua., although) n ta IIn.mdn'about&* mp-Root tad how to

b41tt7.fOuIiUeOtI'thL; poatmgejuroposi I IK1 hr tte"lalllfiCatiOn., of ''your school prescribed! in theutnatio afflictions with f i a. re4 t ,and: yeflew.fungs,1wera'preyCut ., dbutifyouhavkkl..yaeblsddertroubls.
; CITY BEAU: ESTATB AND INSU. n x1 l7 ** "(>or chowol InTenOoD h ron 'I :ltl ,JtaJr': '!" n :J has) ,b eni!, ceivd.. I< have lexamlned splendid results heoonld' see no rtasoo a n.ncarbygrov.a, .The- brown nan' writ. Ing e"moOon readlnr. this6lfor genres

AMK. ptontuWllwt pnrfrMboakM5NOWI f !tf e. JJ I. ''I( tentl.'a\1d do not think there I liAnything. why" It would not be a splendid renedv ,f ingusmwtuiM', probably!.be- even l 1.s. 'to mitow.
OFEICB :,B Ie II II., ,, .qo \ ivlyour' .'1.II
and trouble and
; bI for kidney urinary ,
RANCjp? and obvious JIcfj
; te. liD it to which, the ,Stat ; ... bas e > spraying' .. : *
bfcckaehe, a peculiar actionupon (
oaaq'ittr ticc5pttIePsbos1Iut -
. H. BA YW ARD! 7A \ ,II )U.111 .,tltllte for Ihit noo-slooholid.] I'oard ot Education( can object, On tha]/kidney structure, cleansing .1 isnpracticitbl. a method cheek- 0 j.
-- edlQlpe 0. 4cOW. ,oompoarrioii., aol tie contrary,' I commend you' (or"thisWrt ibtse most Important organs and help I g'tbe"excessive multiplication" ot ttttV tMt essV .sdfr .i.
He wrttss denied 'tA ''establish'! uniform' ; Into (He* Ort'the) Chintberry and Urt't -' ,aI"..... ..... ..I
4 City Property a 3peoi lty.'A even though the, urgent mayther.bi "qulrei lag them to sift and filter from,, the J .. .' .. 1II'1 .." .
'1 fos the Aetna.,'The leading 6ra insarnoe make IttJ..8I' prolt.'' :" i .nte'' Wb.ii'the'cxamlnstfonques.4' blood the foal acid. and waste matter I ella traCt.4! ; t "-* 1 make!: any mistake bstt remem..
ooutpanr of America"-one of the I I Pler<:e'. ....", Pellets reaola.fJOw..... onsrwcrei' ready, and a circular, letter which cause Ilokn".nd', snffertnA.Thos $ I" M? "<>'Dietra'tions''nave' I'11ecf'lite"to't ; b ''r tkcV name.; SwampRoot,' i Dr K1K.VBi "

few fire companies. now very popular ia OPPOSITE 0.5 K4TCMT OFFICE ;; ( ; : r of F ,I instnuctions-, sent a,complete.t 'Ofl' ouT readers) who staffed can ol1it"beUC: Y ", Aaj'' 'JI" the", do'li gIfKlMtfJW i .,'. S"'f.Roo"aa4; : the"laddreaarI '

Ban Frauoluoo. Callfiihnla.q. .' 'J\ rfa -> .. WASHINC70H Of fr49a.r.L to'taIf.I .'t"punt! golloway andj received., tha zIa ,fo'I>> eI"IW11&I.' a ; ;' taaberrj,'!mlt ,\Un*, :' lpgha.mton.lN.Y-. ; eVer:! Wttf., :. .
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musical event.of the season will ,-
Miss Ada G. Massey Is.the 401,.' accredited Watts & Miller Co.
,.,- ".. be the production of Haydn's great oratorio ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO ( agent of The Record at Orange t i ,

Entered. In the Postoffloe DeLand, lien .CAUSED HER :DEATH.. on February 14. THE' RECORD OFFICE BY ITS City and will accept subscriptions and (Incorporated) ,
as second class matter .An event, equal excellence, if not ads for the same. Any courtesies extended .
superior, to the production of The Messiah CORRESPONDENTS. her will be duly appreciated.) I HARDWAREFURH1TUREUHDERTAKINGee :

two will February -- -. -. '" J'"h"* *'''-'
years ago, occur on -ir-i- rjnMfo .gwK ,
B. E. PREYATT, Editor' *Proprietor. Mrs. Blount Killed at Her 14 In the giving of The Creation. Pierson.Capt. Mr. L. H Robert was In town from s

Lakeland Home: The University has engaged Miss Elect Winter Park on business a few days >-us before you buy yourHOUSE .

The evidence indicates that Gifford as chief' soloist, and. DirectorMorse'who P. G. Ekmitn of Gainesville ago. FURNISHINGS :

the illness of H. H. Rogers was ; will. conduct the concert, ; was perambulating among friends here Miss\ Irene Scott leaves today for
1t wmhea,to the Choral to, .. -. '- ....
LakeLodQat...2.Jrtkalawd..wasthrown enlarge Society the tip of last week:.' Jacksonville where she will visit her sta -
of the constructive variety; into a. state .of.excit ment on 100 members for this occasion, whlob' ter Mies! Bertha WE CARRY A VERY ATT ACTIVE LINE OF
'' will undoubtedly eclipse all previous! Miss Rosa Hnbbard., a winsome girl SUITS AlTsPRINQg'and" RED''i!i2033' '
The French are now playing Snnday'evening'fcy' tlfe+I jjmionnoementthat musical effort in DeLand. There will biked out for Lake Helen, ber former Next Snnday evening Rev. Campbell MATTINOS. NATION
Mrs. Blonnt. the well known proprietress be for abont members Gray will hold services in the Episcopal '
room forty new
home, lust Saturday.Capt. MATTRESSES ;r. :'
billiards on an oval table. How, .of tha'Glanada'hotet. had been of the churns and any ,ringers in toe church A full attendance desired 'rwI..A-'
the in'elebtrfo town who wish to help maintain the ,'John Horn, one 'of our moot _
can they ever expect game instantly' billed by shock. I Specialty Whiti
reputation ot DeLand as the musical highly respected citizens, was sick at Misses Dora and Alice Luke spent a Reed Goods and Rugs a .frost Is the RefrigeratorTry
to be on the square? The statement that the unfortunate center of the State are invited to at. home here last week. delightful day at the hospitable homeof m Dixie Mosquito Canopy. None better on the Market i
lady had been killed wee soon oonarmed tend the first practice at the Auditorium I Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Dade Wedne day. ,. J ,
The legislative delegates to but how.she Inefjl$, her death.will! I.remain 1" Tuesday evening, October 8. at The sub district school here is progressing >\rr "'
; Mr. Motslnger and family DIRECTORS .i
Harry .
forever a mystery. seven thirty. There will be no admission very nicely with Miss Lnla FUNERAL. '- .. ....
the Conference now <'
Hague can It .
folk between
fee for membership. made a visit with home
It seems from what ,oan be learned at the helm.
Mr. J. A. Stith graduate
home and vote for appropriations trains last Friday. They expect to leave
go that there had been some trouble with W. C. T. U. Deputy Sheriff Charles Jones and J. In embalming, !lnd'licensed by'r
for and navy supplies. soon to take np. homestead belowMiami the State Board of Health IB In
army the electric wires, causing a report to B. Purcell of DeLeon Springs were on a .
Annual election of officers Thursday charge of this department and
be sent to the who hunt
electrician here
city man
When the Republican party Sept. 26th, 1007.PrelldentMn.. Satnrday. Mr. Edwin Spencer was over Tuesday will give prompt and careful
turned off the current from the line J. L. McCrory. Enoch Bell and George Leonardy of and Mrs. Spencer made a short attention to every detail of this

I opens the'campaign jack-pot, running into the Olenada, and then Vloe.Preeldeut-Mr.... M. P. Dean. Sanford made a business trip to this visit Wednesday. They are making work.

the Sugar Trust can be relied on visited the place. Meanwhile Mrs. Secretary-Mrs. H. S. Baker. place last week Thursday Funeral Supplies
plane to pat the "old home Freeman
Treasurer-Mrs. Anna Kirk.
to do the usual amount of sweetening Blount had lamps lighted and dlutrlout- Vice-Presidents from churches-1st I This place boasts of a good lady physician House, in comfortable condition for I
ed in the honse A little later a servant Always in Stock.
:- M. E. church-Mrs. Mary M. Forknm; Mrs. A. M. Underwood. She Is
approached water faucet to get some Grace M. E. church-Mrs. W. C. Watts; duly In her tOn
qualified profession Sunday Oct. 6th, services will be
water. He received a shock, upon touch Presbyterian-Mrs. Mary Webb; Christian
When the government duns I Charlie Smith is back from resumed at the Congregational Church
ing it. Another servant tried it with -Mr* K. Stewart; Baptist-Mrs. Hunting

John D. for that twenty 'nine the same result Mrs."Blonnt then approached Hart; Episcopal-Mrs. Paxton! ton and has charge of the station, Sabbath school at 10 o'clock a. m.;

million, he must be glad they the same faucet with a pan of 7FERINTENDENT9,, DEPARTMENTS. tick knnckling. down to work taking the at preaching 7. Everybody 11... m.invited.and evening Rev service James The Hobart M. ,Cable Pianos

are not in a position to shut off water in her hand her hands being Anti narcotics-Mrs, Hord. '
D. D.,
Evangelistic-Mrs. J. L. McCrory. G. L. Harper one of the beet Conway, pastor '
probably wet or partially submerged young ever thinks of making comparisons
and heat. .I
his :
light Flower Mission-Mrs Richardson. men in these diggings, left Monday for Master "Howard True Stlllman" arrived ''
the When she took the faucet In the
pan. between Hobart M; Cable
Health Hereditary and Medical Tem the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Jacksonville ac
to take a position with the
her hands she screamed and could not .
There ,is going to, be. a big per.nce-M1'8. Brokaw. > Standard 011 Company. Stlllman in Pensacola Tuesday Pianos and any other ,Piano. The
release her hold until violently jerked
Sabbath Observance Mrs. Sheddan.
acreage of celery planted at San- Willie night, October 1st, hence the broad superiority; of the Hoba"n M. Cable
away by one of the servants who received Scientific Temperance. InstructionMrs. Ashley bounced an ich-plaster
ford this season The total output another shock. The unfortunate Dean. hobo from the Hiram Ashley home Saturday smile seen on the face of "Grandpa" J. PUno' 'la" so' marked, 'that"w1iel1"'bnef
L. True of
Orange City
last season brought; to that town woman died instantly. Borne say she Social and Mothers' Meetings and night who wanted to wind-chew today. speaks of Pianos It Is simply] the Hobart
Red Letter Days-Mrs. Baker. On Nov. let the Misses Lnka will
nearly a half million dollars. died of apoplexy some from the electric Temperance Literature, Purity in and pucker-month for a bite to eat and open a "Woman Exchange" In the .p M. Cable. This Piano is a delight to 4

shock and some from other causes. Literature and Art-Mrs. Forknm. a place to snooze. ,'
the skilled musician. The tone rich
called HalL is
"Massey Any
room now
Down in Dade they are having She was a fine character very much The Press-Mrs. Patton. 'Mr.. J. E. Wainwright of Gainesville, .

a hot old time in the wet and dry beloved by those who knew her beet,and From the Press Supt. stopping here with her parents went to one this wishing work full or Information otherwise Interested concerning a i; clear and harmonious. Don't think of

highly respected by everyone.' This Is DeLand last week and placed her beau cAi 3..; Tl 7: purchasing a Piano until you have
contest now on in that county. therein can find Lnka. at home in '{
beet shown by the fact that every store OIUTUAKY. tiful daughter Miss Jnla In the John B. Sperry cottage any morning. ?, eeen and heard the Hobart ft. Cable
The election comes off :on ,the in Lakeland closed this
was morning Stetson
On Saturday 28th about University Plano
Sept. 1007 .__
15th, and the dry side is claim during the .hour of the funeral. She the midnight hoar, the relentless hand Fred Hodgson of Plant City and his At the citizen's meeting Tuesday evening r

ing a victory. leaves a young daughter. Mis Blanche, of death settled on Miss Sarah Frances mother.in-law Mrs Aaron Guess of The topic was, "The Needs of J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
who recalled from Stetson University Thorpe and wafted her "
Wall Orange City. "What would yon do .
land Emporia, arrived here Thursday, after .
Senator J. Park Trammell after the death of her mother "Out of a in whose bowen the death with ll,000 in O. O. for the city'sgood
Perish and fade all the flowers, and burial of his dear wife
candidate for the United States and a young son Uriel who was at Out of the land of decay. at his Plant City home Sunday !'' JOHN B. WELCH
home at the time. The interred Some lively discussions enjoyedand
body was Into the Eden where fairest were
Senate baa sold his LakelandSun Miss Mary Harper the ,
at Bartow the one time home of Of flowerlets( and sweetest and rarest presiding over many sentiments expressed.The .
and it has made its final the deceased. Never shall wither away." dry goods and ladles department in the principal needs noted were-improved ORANGE CITY. FLA :

set, being absorbed by ,the News Surrounded by her relatives and Harpee & Minshew store, has just streets and sidewalks plenty of
Mrs.Blount was.here last week attending friends the object to the very last of marked up an attractive line of first lights on streets and more attention STAPLE"GROCERIESTOBACCO '
Co. of that place.It the opening exercises of Stet- the most unremitting attention Miss class dress goods silks etc. given to trees and tree trimming. FANCY AND

Thorpe succumbed to a severe attack of But above all of the maiden
son University her daughter Miss : one AND CIGARS.
A community picnio and flab fry
paralysis of the throat. Whilst her was
ladies who has resided here for
is admitted that John N. C. many
Blanche, enrolling for the Academy death was not altogether unexpected, it spread at the Charlie Miller place Satur and ought to know: said "The -DRY GOODS.. SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC.-
years ___. ._____.... ....
Stockton will be factor to shook those- of her
a course, and has a room at Chandoln. came M a to friends day. A large crowd and a pleasant crying need of Orange City is men, n n"
reckon with in the next gubernatorial She left for Lakeland as soon as the sad who, on account of absence from home time is reported E. E Edwards, L. D. men who w ill take an interest in all the Best and Freshest Oanned Goods constantly on hand and all first;
were unaware of her precarious con affairs of the and its welfare and class Groceries for table.
news reached here,. accompanied by Powell and Lewis Wilson furnished theft your _
contest in this State. His dition. Three month ago,, there began: who will do what they can to advance
friends are determined to have Prof. Snhrle The sympathy of the to appear symptoms of debility. A h. the public good." And we would add Country Produce Bought.__.A,Flrst-classMeatMarket: ._ <<: :. In Connection.

Faculty and all her claaa mates are vigorous effort! was made to fight the Mlas Mary Harper entertained a nnm men who will attend citizens' meetings, Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find my pricesas
him enter the race. Mr. Stock- deeply extended her in the sad affliction' growing weakness, but the disease ber of friends most delightfully at the or at least permit his neighbors to do so, low as the lowest. Give me a call.
ton will soon give them a definite that has come upon her. seemed to make headway and Miss handsome "adllbitnm.
Thorpe was obliged to confine herself to Harper home last Saturday
answer as to his intention. .--- her room about four weeks ago at evening The occasion was an informal -

HONORS FOR,TWO DELANO BOYS. which time she seemed to have a quasi reception complimentary to Mies Annie

While not quite so many or- Bryan In<*the... .Legislature. "i and Mene premonition,'t undone to of stay death.the ravages Nothing of was the Reynold of Dublin Georgia. To The Record Record Subscribers.When reduced its. subscription KLICKER BROS I

dread disease, but all In vain. No
anges in 'V'oluaiathisyear as last, Mrs A. D. Clarkson has returned to a year ago today from
the will bring considerablymore fee State,Treasurer In Oklahoma. affectionate patient ever received kinder or more her Lake Helen home after a dell httolweek'l ,$1.60 to e rrloe. year the dollar rate
crop than the dear
care departedone. ..
in advance When
was strictly not Merchant Tailors I
-, It is outing here. Her friends raid
into the enough to say that Mr. and many
money county In advance the old rate prevailed
Hon. Milton Bryan, formerly County Mrs. E. D. MoLeod were tireless in' will greatly miss her bright, lovely In future subscribers will be notified
than did last year's, for the rea- Judge of this county, and James A. their efforts to diminish the suffering of companionship Her exemplary home when their time expires that they may
the fruit is to sell for Menefee, formerly in the Volusia sickness, and 'to scrupulously fulfill I Doors South
: son going wish of their beloved relative. loving mother accompanied her. remit the dollar that they may not be Four from Fisher's Corner
much from 50 to 60 cents County Bank, 'are two' DeLand boys every billed thereafter at the old rate. When
t. who are winning political honors out in Miss Thorpe was born fifty five years The A. C. Line Is furnishing cindersto the price of all printing material going .

a box more. The grapefruit crop the State of Oklahoma. Menefee ago in New YQrk City find received avery harden the drive way about the de- skyward we must insist on theSl.GO Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and patterns -
new superior education a fact that was if the advance price Is not paid.
be exceedingly light, not Wall elected State Treasurer, that new easily evidenced by her high.class conversational pot. The prejudiced soaked conscience night, new,

only in Volusia but throughoutthe State at Its first election recently held, powers, as well as by her teaches that the railroads are public enemies Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through

refined literary taste. More than once but honest and conservative right, and through
belt. and Bryan to the Legislature, who la a peo
orange did she give to the pnblio he product of WANTED! SHIPPERS ATTENTION Suits well made at
I candidate for Speaker of the Honse. her pen over the classical nom-de-plume pie look upon them as friends and help prices right Suits that are a bargain true-

The Shawnee Herald of "Veritas and it ers of the public and the section thro Waiting here. When you appear.
There will be ,no sold September may not be out of x.
oranges 20th, says of Bryan's candidacy for the place to mention here that she was the which they run, the np,builder and developer '
in Florida this season at $1.00 Speakershlp: recipient of a beautiful letter from Mrs. of a country. They are abused Florida Oranges, Grapefruit CONSULTATION, FREE.

per box', on the tree. The few MoKlnlev thanking her for a sweetpoetic more than they deserve.
"Hon. MUton Bryan,. ot Shawnee effusion apropos of the death of and Tangerines
crops which have been sold so representative? elected from Pottawa- toe late President The growth of the trade of the popular KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, FloirdaNow :

far have .brought; about, t 9J..5Q) on tomlo county, hall formally' announced (Ever kind and gentle, she was of a mercantile business of Brown & ,

the tree;and there will be few his candidacy for speaker for the lower particularly quiet and retiring disposition Cade necessitates additional store room, Ship your oranges, grapefruitand
house of the Oklahoma legislature. and as a consequence made comparatively ad is evidenced by tbe Improvementsthey Tangerines!: to the COOPER
sold for less than this few acquaintances during PRODUCE ()e. Jacksonville Fla.
oranges I
"Already he has received ,
assurancesof are making, the erection of a IS by
her two years stay in DeLand. She
price. Tangerines are selling considerable strength from legislators preferred to be ever far removed from 20 foot annex to the storage room. Con- who will get you the highest mar is
the time
from $2.60 to $3.00 per box f.o. b. just chosen. Within the next few !the "crowd's. ignoble: strife" and to pursue actor Owens of Seville la donlnlt'the ket price and make prompt re to order
days he will Institute a brisk the !"even tenor of her along turns. Write for stencil, market tCOr..dltIODS
campaignfor work and when
With a half compared with completed the firm will
crop, "
the l tlon. life's cool sequestered vale. Like etc.
last, the growers are going to get "As far po as known there is but one many of the truly great she despised have a model store, giving them the R. ,B. COOPER. Manaeer.. Simon Pure No. Ior 1
.. the fleeting, deceptive glare and glamor desired facilities for better service for
for their this
good prices l other considered
fruit man in connection ol publicity. She was a staunch friend, their increasing patronage,

year., with the position.;'W. H. Murray president ever ready to make sacrifices for the ',- .. { and be of
of the constitutional convention, benefit of others, and just as ready to The following staunch, honest citizensand your grove sure a large crop next

'. I has been !elected to the legislature and bide" and keep unknown the good acts unbeatable workers in this neck of I r winter. All the b sst groves use SIMON PURE
Theodore Roosevelt says: "The a'' done. She and her brother came to De the woods called the Pleraon Record v. FERTILIZERS and show for
friends of the saloon keepers de- : boomlet haa been started for him. Landattracted by its salubrious climate they themselves : :
Before the election Murray. refused to two years ago and took up residence man Saturday and renewed their .nbsoriptiona -

nounce their opponents for not discuss the matter when questioned as with Mrs E. D. McLeod. Those two for another year in advance E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla.
treating the saloon business like to his probable candidacy years were pleasant ones indeed and it for these two first class papers: S. H.

other. The best 'to I"Mr. Bryan was a member of the last deceased was fortunate that the last days of our Jones, semi-weekly Times Union and
x any answer friend were passed 'neath the
this is that the business is not legislature of Oklahoma. He ,made an rqof of, people of such solid sterling, the Volusla County Record; Joseph T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.
excellent record. His primary election worth Powell the Record; Richard Peterson I -0( I

likeany other business, and that law was adopted and his efforts to have ''She la !gone but not forgotten., The of- Emporia, the (Record. Poverty' of

4. the actions of the lIaloon'keepers union,labor recognised caused a straight sweet smile and kind face are sadly language forbid me to attempt fuller .

themselves' conclusively 'prove party division to be mad. when the pub anon missed listen by her for the friends cheerful, who word ever that and description of these.faithful tillers of MALSBY'S 'MACHINERY ,

this to be the .case. ,It tend to lip printing award wee made. Bryantooo" shall no more be spokep. Throughout the soil subscribers.' COMPANY I,
( for the union label all her mannscrlptBas well In
on terri as bet
conversations 'Mrs.
produce ciminality the'xipu Nels Pierson, who keeps the best
she Long Distance Phone
torial' printing. This one lineup' t ever gave expression to deep ; ;
% Christian yard dogs in the county seems to have
: 'v lation at large'and law-breaking: the republicans thousandi of feeling. Miss Thorpe's excel
< ? the elections votes in lent qualities oi head and heart werepractically ill luck. She lost a valuable one week -"' :33: : Ocean''Street, :.
two held
c among the saloon;keepers them. since the legists/- : I
unknown. In her were verified before last, and Thursday last she lost I i iIoi"j. "
went .
'' !flare : on Jacksonville Florida
I "
r selves. Wherf the liquor1 men the poets words T $he- eutiwtyoaw.'llookli" ,
t his mate also bitten by a rattle snake,
,. are allowed. to do as they : Pull many a gem of purest' ray serene with Mr '' Portable and Stationary E
wish Ii Miss, Westlake I Delights,!Audience. The dark unfathomed caves of ocean while and Mrs. ,P. In the I. .table. 'l/udor Malta' and Boilers. Saw Mill glne I

r they 'are' sot"to"debauch, not ,'Miss' Gertrude Westlake,'.the Music [_ bear,. swamp, In pursuit of water moss and MUlITCePORCH Ing Machinery and Supplies., Wood:Work Complete ,

,, only that body Asocial, ,* but' the Director of Some College,'made her first all many a flower Is born to blush other evergreens to ship Moth for decoration y line carried In stock. Liberal .
before the- Mnrfreesboropnblio Mr..Hansen also killed SHADES Terms. Wlte for /
""1 appearance waste its purposes. catalog.I
body:politio-a- also, last Friday. evening;,J completely And sweetness on the desert air jt monster near his horse stable Sunday, \\ti tir

.. captivating her bearers i Bee1 al rbebome of Mr. F. D McLecxI a measured and Gasolene Engines
gift as an artist Miss Westlake: posses- Mon. for these Porch Shades. Just the thing;
,The''' wet and dry electionfbeldin sea great charm of planner and appear day&1110 a. m" bo'IwIY' B.. B. Knapp, 5 feet 10 inches These,are ugly for:Jour verandas dnrirg the hot summer

,x X"l utnucn county':last Tuesday ance. She ha* a genuine ,musical tem- pastor ot;tae Hreebyterian ohuroh. The neighbors be among. children. < sun.; Call ,at our"'store, and '._: T. ..- '. r
abeautiful pall bearers were Messrs. Bates mUle .
perament., singing touch ,
resumed' in:&:big' ;victory;for1' the her scales, runs and frill* sound like a Jackson. Allen, Growl. and Haynes; J. A. ;i On Snndsy evening, Sept "22nd, the examine.J.. P.'ALLEN" CO. : = ,,

i dry side.the'ealoon'crowd,being rippling brook.,t Although special mention Allen funeral director. ., interment at death angel visited the happy home of I USB.ARMOO 3. "_ ':..._ '4 ,

"' should be mad of mob. one of her Oakdale. Fred Hodgson at :]Plant City and carried. :r.. ... ... ,
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defeated'jby.;;pver. 250jmajority. eight numbers wa ma hex
;To brotherl Who U left to mourn
;" The ,anti-saloon; elementmade. : astubborn' speak'of (Jnmlna4e'.EI..Uon. which her lose, and to her. ooosins Mr. and his dear wife's soul home to h avell. a ,Sheriff's Sale. : FERTILIZERS i.
Was- given with great beauty of tone; ''Mr BlnLeod. we..extend our deepest They were married only three yeara.She !
and'telentler..}"valraon; color and nobility. of expression.* The umthv.. ; A.. FRIENn leaves a heart-broken husband and sorrowing 'Nt>tlod Is hereby: given that the aador-
th&eXJlteneeof" >thWutoonTinthat 11'01e"N.vba'Damber""w' < ,, graceful, 11.>11.. ., r signed.J. R. Turner,' MMViff'of'i. l VolMls I' "
: father
: and Mr. and Mrs
mother .
i Country; 8tate. or TlorfUa, under and I
v 'county :". y ha' dainty and remarkably clear.Grieg's Will Have a Piano Store ,Aaron Gness, and a brother at Emporiaand : bv virtue)of certain Execution Issued out i i
: n< .;j)thejjj'! ; v. faatMtla march of the Dwarfs proved) s .I IDeLand' t .. of the Ciranlt Court of the Seventh JudlolsJ For Frurtl Vegetable and( }
achieved a I,victory .ttbat. assures. most popular number.', la her last anov ( room In the News Publish a host of friends M mourn her Ices Circuit,In sod for VolnsU County;Florida, 4'.
,ber*-the great -WAits from Faust at* ing Company will be occupied by the Weep not for deaf Marion;she has goneto !la the. one of the Richmond,stove Comps '
1- 1
y Pptnan'safely in; the dry: column ranged tbj .Usst;.. Mia\ ,.Westlake. Turner Hnslo Company of Tampa, who I the better world above-God Iran taken DT,a corporation, otslntlft;against J. I, Field p
'!n.. future., .The saloon. element anMtcJnio ..brilliancy, power?daub wiU- a stools of high, grade pianos her dwell forever 81lelow,detenda.t.) hve levied upon) and Crops.B. ,
to in the house of .
and held her aQdIa for their DeLand,customers. 'This will will offer for ale, during the legs!hours of .
t ,,work c1 ;,> ithti"6igr:;; 'corruption bound. She was many times reed supply; a long felt want, for It has prs the Lord. Now the binding shroud doth sale eland;'at the Volusia trout door of tbe court,hone..M ,
fund the people:01 old before her delighted audience.-Buther- viooalr been to make bind her limbs, the coMm holds her fast V County IflorUmi, onMoev ,
i .,jbab good "" necessary a trip dsv< she Mb Uf of November' 1907, to MmolKhM Following are .Agents In Volusia County' I"" '
,'*, Patnaon were/determined\ to get ford,, tune" ,"', Reporter. ..... .. '" tp Jacksonville or Tampa to find a stockof she was teen that) day by a host ,of *aDd bw bidder., for es.1st .. '
i pianos from which to select, and it Is friends The her, death has *Md Interne*lu mod to tk* described Z. T.B1ELBY. Delaad-Florida' 7
I1 news ot
r n rid of the saloon! in"their.'.midst, .P.bple'ta'bd"are' bringing'their children never safe to buy a piano ,without see property of J. K. Blgelow, l..... '
to r DsLand are)pronounced and lag and examining it however good the east a gloom ever our..entire communi [vlaa sad being In VolueU County,Sit ol :.,F"BARNEY ., If?ATILLO.
: ati3 hire'1Ijai: (otigribplli 1ouitoUgf 'f enthusUstio. In their admiration for the maker'name may be. This store will ty. Another that!we are) .pained to re- Florida,wUd property towtir;'Vmoularlyclaaorlbt4 :! ) Deleou'8prlug. />d1C41Port:i Orab': I
;' 'i twomeli"who: town a.,an. ideal oM in which tolive 'not M follows, TII. north A. B. PBBVATP: )
noblemeiraand\ be all the time.
; Open Intending portia that of uncle Bob I Roberta, M be east yuarteeof the south. east and to rear and educate their children. se,iut& 'i's >(
: ,. at**, tkigAgKt\,: for _f d, ;)o(!: :They: like; the.. hit a moral;'tone of the pUno the purchasers advice of will one who have is the; perhaps, benefitof warn known which occurred a(the nome ;t ,south ,hsjf oi of section the', south nUeteen west own-qu. rteroftMsiuna n< O. BO6TBOM.Onoond. > '. W. P. Lake uelen

HtsJIItjil,; for ..hnmanltytsect. tn*> population,"thesnbazb iaflaenoea,oonsiaatly tie beat piano expert in the Stole,, Prof. near Barbsrvllle, dept 32nd. la hie 78rd :,kip sixteen south, rang thirty.east Also WIIjaNSON. : 't I ''I J iORUBER
'surrounding tbe ehiMienv tbe O. A, Norse the Musical Director at year.. Mr. Robert", death was not unexpected lot six. eeollon twenty township elxteeneoutlt : New Smyrna .
***fejft: should,beW-f refinement and culture of the people, Stetson University. Mr 3. Frank Alldis M be bad been afflicted for a range thirty sssti' east Eve ondred Daytona CO. PUTNAM- FOWLER '.,
the vcatd healtbfulneM of he forty of north Ovs-elKbUis< of south east : !
beauty Motion will look after the business Any wish '- .
r.I'B HT .balpf &( ; ", number of years though'" the Christian of soutli east << L T PA'rILLO "
the absence of and quarter quarter section -
"saloon drnakueea A. QUNTBB
to P.
examine this ? ,
ing .
aifcra* 'tkgjariorw, : ':f aaW tIt.., and the hospitality and cordiality .epdinlmenU Q,calling!stock! phone may No.! make 130.of people bow In humble submission; Id the =J Hj9 }I.''u, :t j'.V nj p nt k lran)'' thirty .....t.. ..+..... o.t.,...Ir'.a: -- "' ", ", L., Qlln1011, "..
met with on all hands. .-TnasVare'what Turner Heavenly Master's will and all AIr -- w-I- THE a 8. /
1 ttght"to'drl'gtnalRJ ve by tetter: addressed to the extend -- Doll .G "SON' U .
: :: >.r a ge ; J. B. : "Hill ,J.
give DeOand distinction few towns Music 00.. DaLn. ,A, complete) line sympathy to the bereaved ones BTKVYABT BLT. T0S1QU:1tt -- Hawks Pa1I;'
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.I '1 '-.. :; t. ...1. t'. I f f\\'. ,...r t', . .. .H' .'.. t . .; ;.-' Table bOard *41 Rich Ave. School books. new and' second' hand' .. t . .. .. i., t.. .. t + .-. . t t. t ... r ..: :, :
Fisher's. .
fr ''j! 1.J Fresh Bermuda onion seed. Ftaher'e.Mr. : at to. / ,. ) 1.Y t fr, j jI
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ri h r j.4 Charlie Reeve has returned from a I .: .'. .;.. .:s. ., .

,,.,, .'J. A. Allen retnrned' from the summer vacation spent In, the. North I ..., ', ."
d beach the latter of the week I" .
part and in Canada.
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.. AND wiiTiiifCfrIVf liNE'/ OFt There will be no discount in Florida ,The DeLand coloredi i public school J7fi'v'"

I. weather from now until next summer. opened last week with nearly' two,, -hundred ;;'',;r,::

0'j, ; .1 The first cucumbers of the fall crop scholars attendance, ..

were brought in this week from the Mlsa Grace' Howard"returned 'home 1\,: : ;
I .
ii Stetson farm this week from Philadelphia! where she SCHOOL SHOES _

SFFURNISHINGS If you want sweeping to ,be easy and I has passed the summer months .

cleanly get the Dustless Brush at DreIra' -
i Mrs Thos. Dean and, son. Perkins
.. Phone 7T.
I. ,. have returned from a very pleasant
The fine Tatum home, the'finest private '
spent York
summer in New State. BOYS AND GIRLS
home in the county, In nearing '
I : : ; aal'fa
Mr. J. B T yl'r' l1 have
completion on N. Boulevard. "- returned

,After weeks of careful; ,election' :The County Commissioners and I from a summer's vacatirn spent ,, cr"
In New York, Massachusetts and Can-
School Board will hold their October '

sessions Monday and Tuesday next. ada. tf. want Boys and.
'and'preparatIon' presetn i1 you your
we toyou Mrs. Morris Dickinson and son returned -
Mr. Z. T, Bielby has purchased the
Monday from Seabreeze where Girls to have Good Fit .
'' F p house S. Boulevard, the a a
McElroy ,
they have been spending a month on ,.
'T" our new .and complete line ''of. ::, .'.. consideration, we learn, being$3,7150. I the beach Shoe to wear well, one full of ..,.'

For Sale-Fan Tall and Jacobin Pig Mlss.>Katharine Crawford, teacher of
,., :H dt/Sfc:: :: 'j : eons, white, red, blue and spotted. In voice and piano Is now located In the snap, we invite you inspection .
;: FURWSNGS/ quire of Goo. W Bristol at The Oaks. .
hall over Mr. A. F. Dreka's store, on

I .." ,' Mrs. Wm. Wright of New York is.north Boulevard. of our Shoes. We take pains ,

spending the fall and winter at DeLand |I A general cleaning up is going on all to give the children fit.

,, JJ.$ .$ .$ with her daughter Mrs Theodore Ruff I about DeLand the people getting their a good

.. Mr. J. EL Hiobard, now bookkeeperfor homes and premises in readiness the
T : OAit"Squar dSmalrI{arselectric i In- a large lumber mill near lakeland, busy winter season. All Styles Built for Service. Prices right. .
came up Sunday t for a visit with his I Miss Edith Reeve and Miss Grace

i r, gr ,j n Burma" Fiber) and Ct1x; :. I family Mr. Peeke, who was with Fisher's up Howard a pretty Reeve line& Howard of novelties, are,opening curios,

S! (I \\j J drag store last winter, baa returned etc., in the building occupied by phototrapher FOUNTAIN'S.Children's

/ .$ .$ from his vacation and is again at that Chas Reeve .

store for the winter. Mrs. W. A. Allen went Friday last to

I Jap and China Mattings in all Styles'ranging ; Mr. B. J. Self is. over from Orange Atlanta, Ga., where she joined her sister Hose-the kind that wear.

county spending the week with his Mrs. S. D. Jordan for a short stay

in price from 15c to 65c. Also '[nice as- brother Rev. George T. Sell at the ia the metropolis of that state Mr.
home on E. New York Ave. Jordan and Ray returned the first of

sortment of Linoleum. Mr. and Mrs B. P. Walters and child the week.
f ffG3arca'raGdwfLG3rlG3Yrc .1
: 1.. returned Saturday from North Carolina Mrs.. F. J. Davis and daughters Mrs.
where Mrs. Walters and child passed J. H. Brnmsey and Misses Adelaide and

.$ the summer in the mountains. returned the latter
rcdwfG 'vc3rtc3rfcdwtc3rrc3'frGd'eGaf4 tla acd- Mary part of the. +MMMMMMMMrs. . . .. . . . . . .
Miss Mary Stewart returned the first week from a summer spent.. the Tennessee

Full and Attractive Line'of Lace ''Curtains ,. of the week'from a summer's outing in home and are occupying their .
DeLand home on Howry Ave. G T. Haynes returned the first A moderate West India hurricane
the! North. She begins the second
year of the week from her Alabama'aad
visit daytona passed ont the Gulf through
Table Covers Covers and Portieres.; In the department of law at Stetson Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, of Orange
Lounge 1 Mrs. J. Georgia last Sunday Following
S. Ma.ls at White Springs,
Mrs Dr. Newton and the Doctor's City, who have been up in Vroginia
this disturbance fair weather set in,
visiting her daughter Mrs Thompson.
A complete line of Tapestry and Denim. sister l who have been occupying a cot- [ during the summer, are now Mr. M. Davis returned I and we have had several Ideal days this
tage on the bench at Seabreeze daring making a stay at the Jamestown Expo- yesterday week.
the summer months returned home ition. They have nad a delightful vacation from two months' stay at Hot Springsand

.1 Monday. and the health of Mrs C. ii reported In New York City.
ec ecaeca. +ra r +fc3 rrc3 ec ac3' ec3 tc ec tc3ara'irvcawc er f
ec3wrc3Y The frequent rains we,had through much improved. For Rent-Upright piano In good con The Marsh Market.If .

September will push the oranges to full Mrs. Chas. E. MoKlnnon, of Boston, dition. Will rent for tha season. Ap-
want the choicest cuts of Meats
I These Goods in' connection. with our size and maturity. The fruit will be of Ic spending her sixth winter at DeLand. Diy to H. J. Bird, DeLand. eave you your orders with us. The beet of

good uniform size this season. They Mrs. McKinnon was here some nearly Choice lots for. sale on Palmetto Beef Mutton and Pork; Boasts and

: early and Up-to-Date Stock; represent as have two months to grow yet 20 years past. Her daughter MInS'barlessle Court, "Ualvertllt, Heights", adjoining Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak,
the College grounds. For prices apply fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon,
is at Chaudoin Hall attend-
Rev. Hab Self, of Rev ,
son George T. to E. H. Hayward Agent. etc Courteous attention and prompt
strong and well-assorted Line of House Self of this place will be married on lug; Stetson Mr. McKinnon will be delivery

the 8th inst to a charming young lady down tor the winter later. Mr. and Mrs John Cannon came up Marsh Bros.

Furnishings ever brought to DeLand. Those services the fine choir from Jacksonville Saturday for a few
of Morganville, Ky., at which place Mr. vesper day stay at DeLand to meet their
Self la pastor of a flourishing church. singing, the Hill solos and Dr. Hulle,'. friends here. While in the city they

:Mr. Berlin H. Wright and family arrived address draw many of our people to the were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. G. W A FEW

"IC. ec. rc ecara:3, rc3eecZrrc3rec rra tr .$erec3vee e. ec3ryc3e t. the latter part of the week from University every Sunday afternoon. Lancaster.DeLand for It four was John's five first returnto .-
or he
;; : Penn Yan, N. Y., and are occupying They are helpful to all, old and young, baa legions of friends here yean who were -

., the DeLand home on Minnesota Ave., who attend them. Notwithstanding glad to once more shake his bands. Of Gould Bro's Bargains.
DREKJC& the her hlllt Sunday was the first for the College After the 1005 freeze' Mr. Cannon went
resuming studies at
I daughter
I. G. A. CO. Btetlln.I rear, a large number were present. :into the railroad business with the A. $ 650. 5 Acro Bearing Grove,
C. Line and Is the
now Soliciting Agentof present crop included.
is There Is not a town in Florida which
I Grapefruit showing considerablecolor that road with headquarters at Jacksonville
on groves about DeLand, bat the has a greater building boom on than l Is $ 750. 5 Acres Grove and 15

i PHONE 17. i I round oranges: and Tangerines are yet found here at DeLaud. There Isll't. a Manager K.! L. Hon of the Electric Acres uncleared land

green After the first real cool spell I town in the State where new houses are Light & Ice Co., returns today from a near town.
i going of the archltectual beauty as business trip to Atlanta, where he ordered
comes the Tangerines will begin to-
$ 000. 2 5 Room House.
i i color rapidly. I found in the new homes being erectedhere. a 30-ton ice machine and other Story
all material to be installed in the enlargement Lot 75 x 135.
all this
And improvement,
. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . F+44++++.+.+1 +444 saved Thousands by Volusla of dollars farmers In this hay year.were Investment of capital, is practically solid oar of of the wire plant was out received at Stetson.for the A $1100. 15 Acres Land, 5 Room

by our home people. plant this week from Connecticut and House, about 60 bearing
The season for harvesting hay will not
Mr. W. B. Fndger spent Sunday and the second one is en route. This wire Orange Trees and other
The for begins be over for a month yet, and every ton is to take the place of the smaller
open season killing quail NOW THEN LOCAL SYNOPSIS Monday last with DeLand friends He now fruit trees and shrub-
November let it is said that there That can be should lie saved. At 830 in use running, into town from the
per ton it is worth saving/ has bought a nice home in Springfield, power station. Moat of the material is bery. Frontage on New
la a good crop of quail this year, and Jacksonville, and has his family settled now on the ground for the change, York Ave and two other
Thomas L.
the hunters will be out in the woods You Need Some Fruit THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF Mr. Ames and family in It. He is temporarily making tripe largely increasing the capacity of both streets.
after them daily November have moved into the Goodwin house on the ice and light plaate.For .
ae soon ae
THE.PAST WEEK. brother over the !State: in the interest of the $1300. 2 1 Acre
Trees on Your Lot Minnesota Ave The who accompanied Story Cottage
comes wholesale house Sale-An attractive home within
Mr. Ames South will be in candy manufacturing Lot, N. Y. Ave.
one-balf mile ,of Stetson University,
Having bought the business and nursery io which he acquired a proprietary
Local l and Society Item* for the People'sPaper grocery department at Dreka's this win nearly 8 acres of land on one of the 7 Lot
1450. Room House 00
stock of E'H;Hayward," a'clean, interest last summer. x150.0onvenientlocation
..NOTICE.Notice ter, beginning on the 1st inst. best avenues, a /good 7-room cottage
healthy lot of'young trees'I-offer-bud- Brief Mention or Fact a. The.first meeting of the Woman'8Club Sam Gordon's automobile garage is with all its furnishings, electric lighted, ,

is hereby given that at the regular ded and grafted citrus, pecan,' peach, Seen by oar Reporter.w. : for the will be held Tuesday nearing completion. When the hard city water, ample yard with beautiful one of our best streets.

meeting In October, 1807, the 88COa,1oud.y and other fruit trees of popular and fine year on surfacing of the DeLand-Daytona road shrubbery plant house buildings for $1500. 2 Story 7 Room House.
afternoon, Oct. 8, in their :new
the city council will and
levy a tax doves poultry carriages bone.
of five mill for water,. work. and fire varieties at reasonable prices.' C 1} S. Taylor, Dentist. room on the second floor of the Marsh ia finished it will at once become a great A charming residence. Good reasons Lot 75 x 150 on three

protection tot the year 1907. ,In accordance 'Call on1 me alt my hoa e In lDeLaDd, :New school goods.. ,at Brill's. building under the direction of Mrs. auto thoroughfare and this storage and for selling this estate and personal streets. Good location.

with Chapter No. 8000, laws of or write for what you want,for deliveryin ).Fresh garden seed' ..a.Fieber'e.Old Bigelow of the social department.The repair shop will be one of the needs of property at a bargain, and we will havea These only few of
are a
Florida., November, Decembr or Jaauary.JIALFRED machines here and for those passing new owner soon. Apply to E. H. many
By order of the council. papen for sate. at this otBoe.I DeLand Realty Co. is to becomea Hayward. attractive offerings.
HOWARD, I through; from( Orange, Lake and Osceola
E:. D. McLEOD. Dr, Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. neWjfactor in pushing the growth and counties to the coast.

Olerk! ; I It 'Michigan: ,Ave.DeLand.: I ;LYon must now pay 85 cents per dozen prosperity of this place. The company DeLand l is getting to be the home of
is applying for a charter from the
far. eggs at DeLand.'Miss many rich turpentine men of the State.
Governor of the State, the notice of
I Holt McCorkle has accepted the Among the number are, Me er.:8. V.HOUSED. -
incorporation now running in The J, H. Tatnm. W. C. Jackson, .SCHOOL.
position as cashier at the St. Elmo. Record. ; : .
G. A. Powell R.'J/ Bishop D. B Pax-
.; ,
{Trespass notice. printed on cloth, can Miss Outs Harden, of Orange City,
tcnn S. B. Wilson, S., W,: Allen and
be had in any.; quantity at The Record who graduated from the business department -
I office. others. They have their homes and
at Stetson last and BOOKSNEW
', spring families at DeLand that the children
I Mra.l WliUam Laws
1' KEEP-YOUR--IYI3---: was an Orange taking a special coarse at the Beelar
attend the fine schools have.
Clty.VIaltor, to DeLand the first.of the school daring the summer vacation, is may we
week, Mr. W. H. Robb, a step-son of Mr
and cashier at the
now bookkeeper
i1 1 IJ' ; "T: T, :H T i tL..at... r" )u tjc'. :31.. .1 I Down stairs room with fire for two, Walters Pharmacy i Morris G. Mann has accepted a positionas .

with board. Mrs. A., J. ''Sembler, 41 !The dormitories up at the Universityate book-keeper in the State Bank and
,- On this' spaceq.in$ thenweeks to : ," his duties -
entered Tuesday morning
Icl-Ave!, ,,, J. : full to overflowing with tudenH. upon AND
., Mr. Robb is a most and
\, -. m :''R'tJ r ', jl :. I Mr. George Ackroyd'and family have and accommodations mast be secured affable gentleman ''and. will pleasant a

:11*: come ;We shall nave] some good moved Into the Staokhonae. home,'west for them around town. It means the assistant the prove excellent '
t valuable already
I Rich Ave." erection of dormitories at Stetson to SECOND HAND
:J-1 :j"\h ytJ""h8j1ti I J t t i II more of workers in this splendid ',,
i I I Don't forget to come In IU d... ournew to take care of the constantly inureas corps t. :
to tell financial institution.-Lakeland New.,
things you., attractive Dress Oood Dreka' Ing. number of students.

,' Phone 77 .. I The attention of orange growers and September 20th. '
I shippers is called to the ad of the Cooper The DsLand business men have Q. W. FISHERis
.. ALLEN'S DRUG STORE Mr. John,:V; Cnlp, merchant at Spring
subscribed to the fund to be
*ii. t I 1' | T. O 1f:3: IO Garden, was at the. county seat on bnol-. Produce: Co., appearing elsewhere in uniforms.
med for the purchase of etc.,
Next to Post Office. Monday. 1 The Record. The Company handles a
1e81 for'',the Stetson foot ball team. The
j "a" "-- .. I Commissioner W.H. MoBride large amount of trait dnring the season
UeLand(i; : := "FIOrfda.'f bo had their first practice this .week. 4
and has a good standing in fair and ) ,
..... .__ _. _ was at the county seat from Seville the
first of the week.. prompt dealings with their customers.I .' It will be an especially strong team this

: I Prof. and Mrs. Frank R. Osborn season, and if ,they tackle Savannah
Where watch I Miss Wilda Spa ld1ng baa retnrned ar
you get your a t J this the Forest City team will not
r2rJred'X012.R3TIRYJ39YT: from a visit to her aunt,. Mrs. Frank rived yesterday from the summer home year made from the i
la Michigan and are at their: D Land wino easily as was done last year, If
,i Morgata,1 at Demereat, Gs.I I they defeat Stetson at all.
home northwest of town. Prof. Osborn choicest cuts
| A later of County Treasurer Vinzant very
hue charge of the ordering of all ma- Since the schools have opened several
clime _home, with him from Columbia have called at this office inquiring '-
terial to be used In the construction of young men of meat;and cured
}- .. oonnty for a visit to DeLand. the $80.000 library. building at the Stetn ""fold"a room'and boarding In a

I 100; ......, | At will be seen from notice elsewhere University. private home. If any of our people de- to.a mild, delicate ; z

Mr.'Alfred1 Howard has bought out the. I,Mr.. A. EI Gleas.
'1 ),Ward nursery of this place. from''. summer? vacation; at the 'old you please make It known at" this office. .flavor. It comes !

I Lake Helen, Orange City and DeLand borne in New England and i, again behind There: ...are.)yonnjz( men and young women I ,

: J. ALLF J'T9.! &f OOC'O.. i ill ship good:erope of oranges, 'though ) ,Ih.naten'.t the 'McDonald who prefer Jto haW'. room t:,and board Id to your table;' in !
homes, where there would be :
T i o quit as large' as-the preceding eropu hardware torev-Wblle at the old home private I :

4' : [ There hill be'no vacant homes 'at' Da.. North he wad handsomely caned HeyM more quiet' hours for ntudy. 'Bee vacuum 'glass jars': | i

1.eading'Rurs1ittire House (of1Vbluglcbunty l I fluid this 'Indeed, It looks 'now presented 'with an engraved gold .,;mobile '''8tet8onJ3niverslty 1t, la a Baptist ,
1 .1 I f' V It the dem.wd.Jtot hoiues. will be'band headed' ebony, cane by old friends.., "f Ipatltntipn.!.it istiol. and never has been Sliced Beef ':free from any kind
i iI ,
; I. tp AU. ,: '. I M"-" Jas.8heiberv: of\ ; Jacksonville: a sectarian schooL There are attending ,

I Trash? : two solos at the Christian It_,tJnC ghlld'en] ; of Baptists, Matho
tunas elegant
yegetitleaireaowldgL sang
) "DROP ; : I
IN-'t i ckf of instant Indude i
diets, both Northern slid Sonthar preservative ready use. -
et, but not .....at fell to supply th. :church last, Sabbath evening, accompanied % ,, [,
\ \ :' '. demand,-" Ue win be plenUfm little by It... Patton; on the organ. Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Christian
; Jf in
:. I 'and( Newest Churchetc. and attend a jar your 1
can -
see' our ; later' curt. pr.; :4. large congregation! was In Attendance. I church'-'' ttie/stndenta with i .. .

'' : Mr ;;- N. aLyporhls'and; ;dangtiter: Mr.. Shraifter Is temporarily at DeLand any Wet desire no
i in'Parlor and .., I \ restraint from the FacultyThe. -- \\1 A. :tt., WOODALL
; Styles ;' : : OulWa-'ireturned. .the firitoffth., i e superintending the slating of the .tine ;
home .Vostern UnL l>rTT:; l.graph Co;
Tatnm north Boulevard.
week front 'sUy-frcthe'; mountains of np'on "
!. 'JAn .. I."' .' *-' baa not supplied the here with .,
yet office
I l(
: >r" "- 1" rglipit : '
RQOm :
1 Dl.ning" !...,: : ," j" qK North'i ,, ,N, I Mr''B. Ov_ Painter; 'Ptesident:oftllewinter t an ope tor. Mrs. !Maud Barron, np to .ow Line ofstapl* mod.Fancy" Qrocertai U M complete'**.. i iI :; J =l'

' j .. .. I 'It fmmease1 smodn"of'mateoat'Eolnto.tbs ;; the opening of the DeLand High School& I It fresh. 'and:alt :" ,
fet standard
:Fertilizer. Co., Jacksonville., .. rout high-class: brand "fI'i"
180.000. library building to '
: go \ > teacher In thai '
week she Sdng '
last a
: '.I r .lit :. ; WO if as at DeLand,yesterday..,stopping byfom "Fresh'Yegetabka'everfymorning." : \
? : .tTW'3qy' : ( ,BtetaoaTJnlvenitf'be depertmeDI.'...I.t'4' Mr. Wright aiDe ..
; the ground.. a trip through South Florida.' Hlinjf the ltrik Koitbe.operators nearly two i:,,,,,, .
-. ... .' ." r Eeraoted. m baa done. the largest bnsinesiMvalnoe ; .. -, '
; ....
.. : J t !' OaPbreath and 'family have months a or: "Manag 'rWTtat la.sendI -I .. ;: ,. : :
la orpll.hi.t1u"1heComlJllDYr. PHONE79'-
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Pone '[ .,_ ,
No6Z ed. Fla. i a delightful &Ioa I an4receiving" massages.nntil'ft'eCompany'sendsan
1! ; J..F.. ALLEN. &. .CO D.eLa. Ing .. ..
: different brands, Joe- the>orange i .If' r."t w ra1I4 fibyrrI I ri..a; : l' <
.pent at'Ike former Kentucky home, tnrove and vegetables, are eele- operator to Uk* .

.' I .. and are ft their/ Beresforxl! \ bowe.e brsje throughout the Bute., charge of.the.keys I I I ,,, t/1111IRIRiRdt141RIMlINittiiflFIMi\ .( h" 1,- r' .. "

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; .- "'" .. -. iT" Notice of. tfiriat DischargeS Motlce*'-..(.4') -._.ofIncorporation._:_;..t S'sSTATE : '" 4'' S

BALL -FIEI[ STORIES sumiier South! and Central. American: tts1! pjiI II I' ''j S Is hereby given that tin months 'ATLANcTICtOOAST
1 : coins. Of till suiullur gold coins' tbe niter. data, nattioly, oh tile 14th day of OF FLORIDA i
'I :: Deoeraber 1001( 1 wlllt, as guardian of Edna VOLUSIA COUNTY. 5
French twenty franc piece led all theothel'll. yl > | *\ Qusiiue, formerly Edna Bennett, present.. Notice is hereby given, id conformity
s; t my final anenutit to the Hen J, Lee Mo-! "
Peculiar Incidents Covered stimulate the TORPID LlVKI.atrcngtlMn : Crory. Couutr Judge of Volusla with Section :364.Revised,
The English guinea wall fairly represented. 5. tb. 4ljtestlv. .. ofiranncuuilw Fla., as such gunnlluu. and ask. for oountYI utea of Florida that .wejj[ the tmd ; I 1'' I
II' by the Rules. But I It I piihHucl( for only Its face .. the" boweti.' aml.uru. ,.., .11..nat/e/ signed, intend to apply W Hia1 4 Ecellenpy J.- .4; : liM1M.. w., ,'

value, while the other gold passed. for equaled anANTIBIHOUS Dated S June Htli, lOOT : Napoleon U jEtntward.*, :Governor "

more. ..Tho PJLe<:e' value' : MEDICINE; A. Ouardlna WOOD of the State of Honda! at
t PUZZLES FOR?THE? UMPIRE. $3.'I'G. tl'i"'eut\:5t'iJl. :> ; : .... Tallahassee, Florida,' on the aand day
V.J i .._*. c.l 44c V. .r.rhe? r discrepancy In malarial, districts their virtues of October A D. 4po7gao sis-toon
as they
I In the silver coins. A one franc piece I- widely peculiar''' recognized' rroperttaa: la freeing posses theE Guardian's Notice. thereafter as we cap,.. t 1..J t it 1 t sltlo.qite\\ Land

;c 'Traadway'a Fowl Hit That Struck Fair, fcMt for 2S c'e"'M- and the East' India| .system from that, Etegantl" }. Letters Patent to be Is e f/i.tie!, \ "sElt-J; ) \ I
for 00 E autar coated. ;; or--rr.; ; Notluuls bnroby given"that the nndurKiinil UcLaod Realty ComptthyV wunCorporation ) TIOKBTS-! *: .10, soloVdallWcoiaehJ C I 8-'t6.21S.
but Waa Declared Foul Wh.nTommy value 45: cents went .. I I"aohl.
rupee auardlan ol hattie Stockton a wooS
the foJU,>wiBgsbttH! I. !bs th each, Tuesdax..Umlt liJ.\aYllt\ nt( in' arlor/.' or BJeeJllnIC cars.
Tuck '8"Wl "r.-ff' oetitslie, II'I'e -fr)>uf .il. <*, 91. The :Take'No SubsPthc. minor will on LImO 14lb day oftXitolwr, BlOT, .I, S ( tICketst'i'aoltt! ,
; of NfIt'\1\Y
to I ,' 01 Volusla Articles. Incorporation: : ; dU1Yr'111: dttlclIetvi"t21t.90"lI; dally. '
ut 60 ni.ly| | the Hon. County "111(0
Batl.d Ball Tb>) fl.vjr 1.B.ok\! ,. Vr: <$\ the IIV'rlJte..I.fI-ulher tlrculatlon. percent ; ':. c : : '- -- .. County, at bin. nlllnn In 1)e101I I Via for Isaac A StewartT Coast Line o 80 "Norfolk No 811 No 80 'I
of JJo82
nil ardor to sell the undivided Interest of E Arnold "
Baseball rules are supposed .to cover .German silver tho'"ra.worth OO cents : The, Father of Weat Point. amd. minor In and to the ep& of the ne% at '' a brLal1<1" : ? 'N FteK"/ 6 top 825aOOOa:
t' very possible emergencythat may went at $1. Everything above CO\ cents 1 Qeorfio Washington must. be ghentho soul Ion 22' township I7anuth' range 2li>mst. t1'I' ::!; S j1 I 1 vJlle ,7BOa ..... VlAr $aa) e 2 20p

'. arise during game, yet a dozen times wan. 91 and everything above 25 cents credit of causing the first steps to MAUQIB BI'OCKTON, Lv Jacksonville 0 30a 3.Dp Lv .Jack onvllle"JOp: D 30a

"i a week In 8ora" 'nqolcorcpin8r 1<
.; world there arises altuiitlon\ over Francisco was n\d-torbnve\ got rich tlonal hillltary academy. In 1794. while OF "THE ]DeLA.LT'Y tl ::, 1"hU"' 11 1! talef, IpJt'datsl; \ .;tf 1: ,If.I"" "i L' \b

which there ,re certain toe bobitter,_ snipping'/ Vi,&ucU' COh -'lIilo'xcl' nnge for "serving\ his second term as 'president Notice to Creditors. COMPANY." '

"... disputes and .which' .the. umpire alone! gold dtmt. United States ,,coin: was .Washington succeeded In 'having congress Notice la hvrebv given that tbe under- ARTICLE I. Write hotel lists for ,illustrate11'.eta i. For-folders rsservatlunw, containIng o 11! lnformaMpififJdress maps descriptive materi any

may Judge. ': t . srnrreit Butll.tho mlnr was) loatabllshed. crnate the grade of cadet In the signed has IIUOH appointed by tbe County Name. ,. i 'Floktt Agent of the Atlantic OoatftO" ine dB e >J Ii I UVJr ...
Even 1 I. tbe big loaguea these.thins" In the fall -of 18QO the bunks refused ,..\ West PoInt'was chosen as.tbe Judge or Volusla County, Florida, Bxoou The name of this Corporation shall ..
occur. One < 'the. old{ IBuxlern colds l fezocpt at trlx of the Estate of Helen W. POB All be "The DeLand Realty Company., vDAuv C. Tl\H OJatrlrt, Pi "-" Agent! Coast Line
dldjonf; to tal Jan)" foreign! : a ;3>est oroiyi )post it which cadets could creditors, legatees, and dlstrlbut fls. and i 89ILR J.\CKSONV'L\' .,' LOIIDA
park grounds nt Brooklyn In a game heavy discount\ Tho result was that be,trained for the reason that It was all persons having' olulma or demands ARTICLE It H -'ei ? ... 1t.\.JVi
between Philadelphia! !and the,Perambulators. -, In a few months all foreign: coin disap. then the most Important station of the against, auld estate ate hereby notlned to
Nature of Buabt.... W.'J.; CRAIG, P.-T.'H. T.O.WHITE G. P. A.
present mba same, duly authenticated within ,
peared. It proved a bonanza for the artillerists and engineers. The cadets

The decision of :Jthe,umpire wna. ,,'ipr salOOn peopl J They'wonld still give a ,:'of those days did. not pass entrance will time be time barred.preeorlbid! by law or the same businesses The! general to be nature transacted of, business:"by:' .'this or I Wilmington 1 *' .N' O.n J,.. Wilmington** ;,,l, N. O I ,

''. held] by President Nick Tfouug, although I drink for a franc, while the banks gave examinations, and the standard of proficiency ADA W. POWERS I Corporation shall be"as' 'folrowsP. !; '

It still Is open to dl pute. I only 12% cents. The saloon people In"studies did not amount to Fxerutrlx.Dated. To 'act as agents, to deal in, buy

It happened thojt In' the seventh Inning gathered thelll_,and thai rupees In at the tenth part of what Is exacted now Seabreeze, Fla., (September: lOP\ and sell real estate and othr, prop) '.1 ::.- 77T"'' j (' '.' . -' i.. -
with two moo on bases. Tread- I oUTpikes'aud' sold 'to the banks for adays. r A smattering of engineering, erty stocks, bonds,' notes/ mortgaged :

way hit a line drive down the loft bullion and made a good thing. mathematics and artillery practice was Notice or other evidences of debt, to loan I

.field line. The ball", bejrond doubt was I 'But, for a te'wltollJs''e.Ulrured: badly all that was >deemed necessary.- Bt money on real estate, buildings, I II I
going foul, for It..was curbing/ toward for silver fhunget Bvea until 1850 :Nicholas. Notice Is hereby (given that the undersigned stocks, bonds notes mortgages or

tbe foul line .rapidly. Gaff ripy l who> I. gold\ dust .clieula.U'J't\ cansldurublo' .. I Estate has of 'been Sarah appointed Louise I Executor Morse, and of: the all other; evidences of debt. to. ,Acquire, JJin!! $. Stei.Qfl.Unirsity )
was umpiring Thepime, WasHrtulndlttir\ "o-teut, 'Tim mining districts.; but the Looknpw'e Great Hall. legatee/ dlbtrlbutees and nil persona hav- possess, use improveutftlga&s.: ,
at the plate squinting( down tbe Hue. scales\ were alwajs used. Connected with Mohammedan hut cilnlms. or demands against said Estate and djeal in real estate, or other goods, ,

t\ his eyo following the;baJJ. ".:. \. : i *>Thore Wns no' '|>dpoH money until D. mosque *t Lucknow, India, Is the largest will two present them to the undersigned date tbe within chattels, lands and other real or personal J AFFILIATED. I WITH THE!, 'UNIVERSITY. OF; CHICAGO.:
from this same :
or to' acquire *
years ; property poss s; '
Suddenly a flight of pigeons swept O. Mills & Co. Issued their gold notes .'room' la the world ''without columns will bo forever birred. use, own, build, operate and maintainall ..._......_h.j .

.. along. The ball struck one of the i>lgeonn l- about 1858./ In getting change for an being 102 feet long, M feet wide 8. ]M 1 UOKSK. convenient buildings to, 'l
: ,> .
r "', knocking* It to the earth, and the old octagon $50, gold, often as many ..l1d.33 feet high., It was built during This Orange City Fla. otherwise acquire, hold or improve: COLLEGE or OF. LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are identical' .with the. University
Sept.: WI, 11107 ChluagoOOL.LKUU
ball Itself swerved from Its course and as four or five nationalities! would be .tha' great famine In 1784 to supply any property real or personal which OF LAW-Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.

t struck the ground a foot Inside the represented In the change. On all 'work for, a starving people. it Is asolid may be deemed proper in connectionwith COLLEGE! OF TKOHNOLOOV-Eluotrioal, Mechanical, .land Civil 1<;n.

foul line. The Brooklyn runners raced drafts sent cast 93 was charged by the \ mass of concrete of simple form Guardian's Notice. the business of the Corporation. B >> 'uLlEUE

around the buses, but OaQTuey waved express-Companies until Adams &: Co. and.st ll simpler construction. In Its and also to sell, mortgage *nd; .on-. .. FOR TUCllEK8-Flvo''., a ,' courses'. of study">: for Florida. Sobool
!: ... thorn,b.B k 4Miat4ccUir.Qd4.tbe4.blt J9HIT' leffr Notice' berebv /given that the under vey as security for debt:' oroMler>> .., .'Ie, RI11tJ&A'rORY lor.* '.A 5* "
and) Page! Baoon A (failed-e.nd erection a mold or framework of timber '" ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard, Tale, Princeton,
4 ">ro...wJJ.a--long' _wrnngln,...nrhlfh..IA. signed guardian of the estate of Mattie Z wise or in any other manner. To \
the field.to Well.'argotben! ; -It-was and brick several feet In thickness Q. Green, a minor, will, on the 7th day of Mlohlgan.Vassar..
suited in Brooklyn protesting the raised to $G. wee first 'made,"which was then filled November A. D. 1007, apple to the County do a general brokerage busmen and BCsiNE8ti\ : COLLKQE, > -Bookkeeping. Banking;, Shortbauil. Typewriting,
f game, but TJncle Nick upheld Gaffnpy.: Judge of Volu.la County, Florida at his or- act as agent for fire (land lift" Insurance B1iSineLaWJ, J S :
Groemmlnekawere. never recognized ns with concreteTbe 'concrete was allowed SCHOOL V\ork'ln
Jiggers Donahue* always bad a terror floe In DeLand, lor an order to sell lot five and such other things as may OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron /( and .
money, only as a commodity. They about a year to set and dry, ol Harris' subdivision of lot five block eight be convenient or .m 'the 'i'ralnintf'
ti of all sorts'of snakes, toads and wore used for buying postage and rev when, the mold was removed. Although according' to a man or plat of the City of carrying out of the necessary objects and HUUbOL.:\ \'U810-Piano\ Organ, Voice, Theory, History of Muslo,
I bugs, and this terror once nearly lost cane stamps. All mercantile billheads the building has been standing Del,and, Voluslu County. Florida, as tbe of this purposes Teachers'. Course. -
corporation. ncy()OL OF FINK ARTS-Drawing and Painting, oil, watercolor pastel.
t. Chicago a victory over Washington.Joe .. and notes bnd the special contract\ enforcement so long It Is sold to show no s'gus! of property of said minor.ANNA L.GBEEN. The principal place of business of S .WllUiTdON; ) has t Colleges, tfTeobiiRwIS" '" boots..13 Buildings, 4B in Faculty,

I' Cantlllon knew of this aversion, for gold. California .even decay or, deterioration. This Oct 11007. Guardian this Corporation shall be at DeLand, solid courses strong teachers, modern equipment, 10 laboratories. 2 museums, I
.,. and,whentlie. Senators opened Ju* Chi paid the claims of the federal government Volusia County, Florida.. .gymnasium,28 olaas rooms,separate dormitories for both sexes, memorial dining I
cago Cantlllon spent the early afternoon came'In : alb wood and iioat\ shoDs, manual trainlDir! and domestlo science, auditorium,
In And It
mfgnty --
gold. -'""
{ WggIDg5bIPS4OXUI., and < Neils. Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Under y. *IW) 00,|ilp )arll'*n, 1* plioo 7l.btiBg'olutw, literary-aooletias, .star lecture
grabs handy to Uncle'Sam In 18U2 and 1803. America has the honor of having( Section 8 of Chapter 4SSH!, Lawsof ARTICLE 1n. oourses; Christian associations, general library ((18,000 volumes), special law
: the like, and be arrived at the park The old style C'ullfornlan: still 'Has an ma4.' the first cut nails toward the Florida Capital Stock. I I library.enclosed atbletlo Held running track, tennis courts, baseball, diamond,
r with a couple of pans filled 'with them. Inclination for the. yellow stuff.-P., E.MuguKlne. close. of the Before The amount of capital stock of I I Cootball Hold.PBf -llke oampas, bellrosds, cement wl1.k.,wn..lbbery and trees,
.- Joe waited several Innings, and'then, eighteenth century. Notice Is hereby given that V. W. Gould< this Corporation hair' bit Five "1'hou- I i r '.Ck: liiJl( ,4WslH cdan) "llIIullpb\IJQIQpe to'all deuomlsutions, team heat
that' nails made band and purchaser of tax: certificate No. B2C,
were by sand I I leotrio lights. eleotrlu bells, concerts fratarnlllee, exhibitions, receptions, rot -
t with one'of ;tbe,. Senators/ on: first, he their manufacture was a household In- dated tbe let day of June, 1U03, bas flied -Dollars ($5,000.00), which shall U uiuUA" .vq4rn. ex4iJrsLaa,'funtival..., vAttendanoa now blitguiit.in history orlIJ

f. began, sprinkling1'worms 'around the '. ,S'A :Vague Prescription.? dustry.. Cut nails are made by machinery said oeitltfoato In my office, and, has made be divided into 200 shares tel bar value! ; ilnitSMlt/ CUnerAua.rx JOn.do.money; .! spar -8Ut oh. in liir/Elorldil' first,
S application tor tax deed to Issue In of Twenty-live Dollars (
j" sack... Jiggers did ,not, notice It for a One of tho''Irtuelt of,.the, modern" accordance $3500) per Ii last'. aud all the time. "
from plates rolled to the prope with law. Said:! certIficate embraces share- The terms and*eondiiuftis loturuiateu,uatalogues, bul'eIns: views, and folders admires
\ minute, and, Indeed, not until the i Is deflnltencss of direction. upon I I' a b'r: ", !
Washington \ the bag to physician width and thickness.. They may beulade tbe following described property which the capital! stock "shall'1 be I F' Picltst1iNl'\ !:"< LI> lJ'LS"tUL1.EY\ X.: M, Ph. D ,'!htand, Florida<
f \\v\as:: fJAtoff To prescribe a dose "once ta e&otted"is of steel or of' malleable Iron. situated In Volusla county, Florida, to.wit paid in shall be as follows y lL v S
K: draw the throw The ball came low, to leave a wide margin ofchnnce, Wire nails, though originally a French Lot in L. Todd Grant per deed Book SO Ten per cent. on tha.-ktseiviag.of .
I' and jnstbetorebrstoopod"tocatchit < especially If tae drug be 'a potent one: Invention, were, brought to perfection page 202 section 40, twp. ITs, range 83e. the Charter, and the balance to be S

Jiggers saw- ,the, ,,ground<\ covered Lot; It bo.'.hoped tuatthe;, good man la the United States. The said Find, bong assessed at the ,' of the Isfmaiiro of such certificate In the
with worms. ;Be:let out a yell and whose ul'lptJon Is quoted below of Directors.. .* -----.. ._ _
pre ( 4 -I : .. ,
name the of F. 10 U. Kv. Co. Unless ;1* I* "I.e! A* & :' i -to .
Jumped a foot In the air. He managedto was.not deullug In strychnine nor prus- said certificate shall be redeemed, accenting '

block the ball however, and sent sic acid. The letter 1st, taken from to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the ARTICLE IV. State:! Institutions! for Higher"Education! .
:. In a, hurry-up "llfor-.loliitp, { B.-eep !"Highways and Byway. In Sussex" 22nd lay of Out 1907. Term. .
the ground'around the base. by S E..V.... Lucas and .was written by CASTORIAJror this Witness mv ontnial signature. and seal The term for which this "'Corpora-'
tbe 20th of 1U01.SAM'LD.JOBDAN.
day Kept

J J his All men through!'sprinkled the game, worms Cantillon.and bugs and century the doctor'ago' :In '''an' English.. village a Infants and Children.Ilia Clerk Circuit Coui t Vulusla county, Fla. tion The shall business exist is of perpetually.this -Corporation) \i\\ ig1 rslt'! ::e s. tpom. s.State! j>fAForWaGainesville. el lorida fiale College

around Jiggers and kept him la a state S MrAndrews' -.1 'have sent you soma Kind.You Hue Always Bought By B. P. HAMLIS 1'. C. shall 'be conducted by the following Fla. Tallahassee Fla.
officers ,
of terror; but wltb the aid of the brodn) things which you may take In the man to-wit: APresident a Sec ".>
be managed frustrate his tormentors ncr following'.via; ot, th ,t| In the bou> retary, and a Treasurer (but the' offices w'
marked with a + you max take. of the Commissioner's Sale. of secretary and treasurer may A high-grade-institution foryoung A college for' women, without a
: and escape without 'an error, and the quantity of a spoonful or so, now and : be held by the same party), and a men offering Literary. Scientific, parallel In the South, embracing aEngineering
following ,day be. appealed,,to the umpire then and at night take same of 'thorn. A. 5" In County Judge's Court, VulllllaCounty, Board of four Directors. Agricultural and Ped College of Liberal Arts, a School
'' to make the Senators quit. pills, drinking a little warm beer after1 It, Florida. for Teachers, a School of Industrial
Tommy Tucker; however; was not so and In the morning take spoonAus of 'I In the matter fit the estate of W. M. Pul. ARTICLE V..Olite. agogical Courses Arts, a School of fine Arts, including .

j ", lucky aq Jiggers.. lie lost a game for after that In It,tha and other than you bottle mt'y tasting.ea IIODI"II 11011.'hour, 'Notice to Non-Resident len Under, deceased and bv virtue of an order made by ....' iaboratore8&tf &fl4\lltV'( \ ,"yql4q) ; u'' II p e d. pIano. pipe orjan.( ylojln.
l instruction -
", Washington to' Chicago once and started you may take aJao ot,the aretalloc\.vart, la Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit the Hon J. Lee HcCrory. Judge of the The..officerspj., thjs._.Corporation '. thorough voice culture, elocution and phyIbot4r'tbeorel4cand'
a,, battle all because:of a trick! Bill night a pill and In' Ube mornlna ,' of Florida, in and for Volusla County. In County Judue's Court of Volusla County, shall hold office for a period of one p r a e.41.a4cal; culture. inn- 'i
DabJeq and Bill Evere; put'up on him '1 hope thli will do you good which Ia Chancery Florida, In the matter of the estate of W. year and ) until their .successors ;are careful supervision' and- -discipline- ; A faculty of able specialists.
the desire ,oC him who fa your lovingfriend. M. I'ullen, deeensed I will sell -at public tlected and high mdral t fdnkj / departments.' .
Toinhevet did like snakes. Indeed, Bebeooa Hamilton) qualified, and shall
I ou ory to tho highest and best bidder for No tuition Florida I I
bold hi'' ., "' I ''VS > elected on the first Mionday in March charges to
? he 'them : abhorrence. and In a oaah at the front door of the court house TUITION FREE. Charges for special
students. Other low.
'some'' :way ''IJtthlen' discovered this. Th. Call'of the Dim. Novel.Between '. Noah Hamilton ) In UoLuncI In laid County, during Iba legal 1908, and upon the first Monday in expenses very Instruction In tine arts reduced
!' Washington was to play''Chicago that To !>oab Hamilton hours nf aa'e. on Alo"dai November 4th, every year thereafter. The persons rorataIpg9andt( other'! infertea minimum. New buildings In
tile writer and his constituents A. D., lOT' being the first Monday In said -who to conduct the business of Tnatlbn.\; adwEwf: ''
You are hereby required to to the are course of construction. Write for
afternoon. and .. luring,., tbe.. morning there was a bond of' affection! appear ncontb. the following late, or paioejaof this .
r Bill Complaint Bled herein against pieces Corporation as its officers until ,
t. practice on the west side grounds Dab- which Incited tlm to makS"tbemlud / you land lying aud bofnKln the County,f Vn- AMARCW! SLEOD. .catalogue. A. A. MURPMREE,
the above entitled cause on or before the the officers are elected at the first
len and I Everett discovered a smnllgnrtorauukeinnd '' It lusla and Slate:! of ITlorldu and more partlonInrlv President. President.
Jthe t I day of A D 1917
to be 'alive. In mind 'of NovemberI
every regular election and qualified i "
are: _ _ .J!S'
described as follows: All of lot two of : )..
treasured It be Voluaia Record Is herebydfalgnated --- -'
t ; up. healthy boy 'th.rll.4\ touiance., For blo'ik eight. according. to Beardsley's map Isaac A. Stewart, President ..
as the newspaper In which this' S .i. S '
Along, iq. the. ,fourth. Inning Everett that boy's.eatertalnment ,two producer oMer shall be published once a week for of Del.eon Hprlngs I ; and also lots four, and' T. E. Arnold Secretary and Treasurer : ,, ,__, tmtff'P
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cracked out .a hit, and as goon as her of dime fiction .Uew \d, romance ftiur consecutive weeks seven of block pluht according to Mr. -
j r,. landed on firBt base' Duhlen, Ignoring through farm mining camp and city Witness mv hand and seal of ollloe this Tiromona' map ot Del.enn Springs:! both of and a Board of Directors consistingof
his uoaal custom; ran out to coach and Id day o( Oot., A. 1>. 1WX7 which maps are on file in tbe Clerk's office Isaac A. Stewart, T. E. Arnold,
street. Out of hlasurroundings however
of sold of Slate
County Volusla and of'' .
a moment later.b.'slipped< the harmless sordid the boy was ,lifted. He ,
r" little icpHle! tof Evoiett.who dropped It became to almself'-tbe center of.: tb.WlITOftle. 8IEWAHT BLY JAMES W. PERKINS:!, QQdEUfI\ber. / \
Into Tucker's hip pocket. Cooinilasloner I ARTICLE VI.Liability. .
.' At the partlcular'.pot on the .: Solicitors for Complainant. This !Sept.! 201b. irOi.L ..
Tommy -discovered the! snake Just us .
globe on which ho stood'nll the,parallels The highest, amount of indebted Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depot.
;;. tbe pitcher was delivering the 1 b \i'i S and the meridians converged. In '" ness to which this Corporation' can ""|/ '/;'ir a."L141k! with best cypress and yellow pine
.t', and, jjrlthjj yelp, ha deserted first ..JI.Q.JII.WLJntnnR.:! a '
ba.'t1' e shoistopjaThi1'fijM exaltation evor come to the Count of .. "II'' Thousand\ Dollars (.f35.ooo.oo), :ldUJ1ber. YIooringJiUng1. iQ.lliSi.Lll.LA.
' ball on the run and started to throw to Monte- Crlntothe world was his. ,
second but was too lute and threw ARTiCL vii
was Edmond Dantes' paltry 920-(
'K, : toward first Tommy was twenty feet! OLopo.to. )() tiie, vast treasures physical Names, Residence"and'Subscription' 'Shingles, -Laths Etc

.". oil the base Jumping up and down anl.J' / a4d t.I! r. spread out by Osbon ,. 9l-J., ti' oft[ Incorporajtors,, ", .11 ,

hunting for something) Vlfh-whlcV! to "before '''Plucky I'aulj!! the Boy Prospector d Subscriber. ... : Residence. : Amount AU Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly delivered _
kill that snake and,i the" ball went to ," and hi. tens, of thousands or I t .f' on"] 'ii M ii' 'of 'StoCk: anowhere in the city.

the stands, and Chicago scored tpiq hundreds,fthousands of r.sd.1'II2-o. ; "Elastlo" Bookcase Subscribed:

' runs In the round. but...,, :; !I' I a efljm_ Atlantic ,.# iuJand OMk'.combined. 1' '. Taaai- A.. Stewart., TDeT.anrl.Fla.Shares.,Flit I .-.'_ ... wa 4'5 < Tucker : tbe uu. -- '
protested wildly '
.' T. E. Arnold, DeLand: Fla.:; Fity? I I 1 ',. __ I I'I I _
plre couldn't find anything about : The Backward Moor. FIPermltsasmuchorestlttlo I, Mary Stewart,' DeLand; ,'Fla.,'' Fifty $ "- "' ;,I.T: --. .;.._g L"Vf
snakes In tbe rule book and let It I book space a* ow a n t ed. I 1
,: goat [(
tI !?There Is no nnderftvtf'jlt D. J. Arnold DeLand Fla. Fifty
education as we ,
r Desk Unit
Comprises with :
*', But that possibly the hardest decision aim.1 among the afoors. There are ,iitI.V'few or(many Book Urills as ARTIa'JjI.: 1 (Land SiiMTIaDmgfflinsw&6N07eity; Works
no clocks, and It Is ae tin?a ted by one I u5 I desired." Roomy,' convenient '
.vi> tackled! fell the lot of
umpire ever to
I who knew that not 15/ cent of thepqpulajtlou tractive. Call and :;
per Lu ,at see _ U. TifOAIRN i Hrbprx'anft.: MariageW ,
Jack Stratton who
//JIJ" ; was umpiring are able to reckon the time tt c write Joe catalogue 10S( S The seal of this Corporation'shall
{. game between the ,Dallas ((0.) team ; II be a circular .impression, bearing'in .
of day. As the sun crosses the merldiajir J. 'P.A.L3N& CO. : '
": and the club from t Bycojnore! Valley I U c the center the; w.prd\ $ ,. "SvUfpjoo7( \ ,:'
at 12 S
,.j. ,. ,seyeateeBj minutes past a T "AOBNT5I" and around tile' circumference' :tD1iiM; ; ; LUMBER
A the
'" years ago. C If'I H .fljgtrt4 t"Ajl The teams were 'playIng down. atLynn's -
) 5 .
' mosque, and Immediately otherflagaAppearniiott : ."DEMAND! FLA.Is at:,,, i ."S l'iI. i" ufc. Al 1'-r
I"; I bottom at Sycamore Valley ; the towers of the 'S Isaac, A."(Stewart I (Ceiling, Flooring-' Siding, Turning, Scrpjl", awtf fg-, {Moulding,''Wlppp.w ano1opr t
, ;r' and the score was 15 to 12, "or'sometblng ,other, :moaaues..throughout. the city. [ISEAL1 T. E. Arnold Frames, Newel Posts, Balusters, Mantels-Turned Porch Columns, etc., '

, {, like that In favor-of ,Dal4a.Ism -This Iafabn. __tthatt past 1 another J ., :: Mary Stewart Shedding for Groves and Pineries. IWCrates and Box Material a specialty .

' the nlntb Inning wltb>fhcai out 4nd flagklsTu'b nisi %na at, sunset the evenIng I ; '' 'S' I II ,. S P./' ', Arnold' ] | Contracts .UbM.... (f"&i-110" eret4)j: : kiob9in4./A,

.' .the bases! filled] At any rate whatever gun Is fired. Thl. Is the extent of I ,.. .u. ... I I.) ._..:, t" "" :" DEL N D .
the score wasj8ycanore.! ) Valley the Moorish Idea of time. Only a few : S STATE OF FLORIDA, 1.1 ..-r

. t',. needed three runs to tie and four topenter .of thq u.tlIlllI. have. hooka or...can Volusia County ,. .. "
wl1t'1l ct'1r& pp e \ iirtr t C t: read or write. Tbe malls are -carried L Before me, an 'officer duly author S h. ,j..bm: mul-1 I. ;-tJ1T&l'5l-------5: ';

,-.oneot the,'-weakerf bitters on by runners who go from '!'aD.'." to ized to'" take 'Acknowledgments': of

,the taatn.was at bat. Yes In twodaj.srhey. carry a loaf of IIiJJEIiLfQItURY: : deeds, personally came Iizac'. A. I --. :
One had been Stewart, ;r. ,E. -Arnold/- and .'. ).,. J. :
strike >called whanButcnfhS coarse wheaten, brad-wh1ch, together ,1 / H i IM" "r'.11'11:
the*Bart.'TCJtere1.; 'that
t went no one knows,to this day. All servek as, thejrjonjy. .uat nance.-Harold "The Gigar You Are>fter" I IS I foregoing to be his signature. tit the ;
Charter of "The DeLand Realty Com
' ,.' the the If.r"ball' pitched lf eJIptlJtIi'and ;: It Tpeyegw hit"" but F. Bheyi toj?nttag, garine.ca.pCoviot. Ir[ Pany.'!,. II' .., il i!jni>oJ 1,. 1-.1 r.A >

4 saw : Wituemy, fcand>> ,and .,p(5claji( j.t seal TYPEWRITERSe
Just !re. Urn batfblt the ball! bbllertvtt&WiawW ;
'c" .the ; switching Iiis .19th day0.hpt.( A.I E. !lP7.- : ; ; : '
, Many from brand ,
_WM ,atf yards A lfe-ooaTtei.U| the Andatoans had .i men are one 'HayCl n. F'anit1rt'll'1.' .-J.

4S aW 1\\ ", I t : : .. .. rved 'gotae, ;Joo .period wtten an order i I'"-i Iff,* J i ; S .-. S Notary Pnbfie.My .HAVE _' .'\. ,

A Od ".tidrBut..Jlatel',' "bit"'the rd ea1l .- his rlea.e. All 5 of f" .cigars .to I another.c Not with the : ,COl1JlJ1i"aiollo"eicpiree) bnwry, i : - ---' .-- -- ,.
smoke and steam :leared away the\ the "bad' been In the band and : "/ ; so, ,H, 1910. ,. .- I, .-"-
basedMEU O remember*J< a'adf:ran .evidently) forgotten that be I
bad so far The DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHINES secured by the wide

j around,to the plats.an ., was a prlsdperthat on obi Hvleaee beED : "Huckleberry;:, smoker; ,he is'.a 'rewa tel. ':': : 4Notic.of0Attac I : ) hm :iL. i t1pe1P .hl.d8'er al\A'aea"y\ J .. ,.. L
'Tbll al "t stmdboubbit'k I I11q ,
_chUmn 1 fpr a/-p nsloupn ac- { ,. V"Kj tnrJ; .... W ;. e .. .
hour! later, when everybody had f lB_.. 4 .,....t.JaCp .4I8f"1c:. I "I' I Olrwiitr. Uowt 88. ah'r4OdIuIat,. .<91.. J RITINC' 1
"t cull In and for Volusla/ florida.'tle'Amoe _. ._ .
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ruD.rQcII4I'i.o4. ; ( __Atr... to.- r I I'o 1:; I You are hereor hotlfled that under and :'TABULATOR CARD WRITING ATTACHMENT : r

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of the '
out Circuit Court of. the tIe..1Iih I
,uns.. ,, The employer was bending over a I 1J. ff MAKERS Judicial Circuit of Florida i.l ami for Vor I DETACHABLE. PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT I

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