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 18, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00199
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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!,I r nuscrupnlnus I Foreigner, wile.often. of full tho a British prey cnbby to the IF YOU WANT THE i BEST i ;-ASR' FOR '\

,j 0Ira who bnnoly, tal(c1 9 ndvnntnge of the Im/lted to s Special Service' for Them afUnluttilty '

t en yt plt 1 stranger's wnnt of familiarity, with / Vespers, Oct. Twenty. I, 1

rJngllsU. Idiom, coinage and locality. There will be a special vesper service NE13' j1r A
5 e have heard of the Intelligent forelgticr I
for young men at 4:10 next Sunday evening
being driven about six statute
The p1veN(< Atend 1 r
subject be
iniK's\ In a Journey from London bridge "Choosing wee '.}t.l R } y atO V tI W'I
F ta-Ohflflhg tines That cabby got the Your Life Work." The President will asa

'. 4 tkst of the transaction, but a recent deliver the address It will have a to o a- a I

for Inff ittB' and Children. a tempt. to Impose upon foreign credulity practical, bearing on a young man's snooess 1 y G

Castorta. Is a. banntau .rabatltnto for Cantor Oil, Faro was ustrated cleverly by a sono in life The young men of the University at l nl t r ''Ii nY tR
gone Drop and Soothing Syrups.:: It la, Vleasunt. It Quul, whose taste for joking lea himt will be there and all the young 1 #

contains neither Opium! Morphine nor ,other Nurcotiosubstance. try to bamboozle a cubby Into attempting men in DeLand and vicinity who are u to r I 1

It destroys "Worms pad allay ..JTevdr neniMJ fIt It with him. He demanded interested In making the most of themselves kln
cures Dlarrhooa aml.Wlnd/Colic. It relieve Teething hi ,exceedingly) broken English to be
Troubles and cures ConstipatIon.o1EreieIdBtearthd are invited to come and hear ,
flflven to a certain place, the tare to
Stomach and Bowels gluing healthy and natural aleep. which. was exactly a shilling. It maybe what is to be said to them at that time.

The Children' Panacea.-The remarked that be really could Parents and visitors in DeLand are
speak A L t R w R ,e a se
The' Kind- You- Have -AlwaysBoughIi Engllnh as well aa ho could his mother especially invited to bring their sons ae hen flagt i

tongue.! On arriving at his dustlnatlpn and daughters' lo this service. It will j0 t K i7 9i f ei'

; Deitrlslthf Snt11J! o 4 n H -, T he asked still In a struggling fashion be helpful. Every part of It will be {i al f ihc t e.g

: planned with a view to giving all an is I e _
_. _. -- ,i" 'Ow mooch 'ave I to pay; ?" nplift. The citizens of DeLand have t i 3Tp A art

'!"Five shillings" promptly responded shown of r ;
-.' their appreciation this vesper a g'g s
the cabby. fifl ,
1 I
service in the and
past, believing that
!"And 'ow mooch Is 5 shillings?"
6'I I '_ queried the traveler taking out three the service is a help, it is continued.

OverrSO"Yearlat; ; halt crowns and laying them across hi. I All the people of DeLand who are members urn 'm i.e
In Use For
,. fe palm. of churches, are asked to pray for t.M &Sk RkM a.....,
",.,'u ."....er. n MUON" ...RRT-.e""N ,.,.. -
"Them three's right," said the cabby, this vesper service, that It may prove to

tc pointing. to tbe coin. be a source of spiritual power In the Zhe Best ana most economical! 'to Use
-- "Oil! said the
r" Frenchman. Then live. of all the students and their friendsin K
professional Cards. dropping his assumed Imperfect acquaintance town.

Chi"c8PEACIJ, LAND with the vernacular "Well Last Sunday the address was on the LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANEsiGIRL IN RED.

JAMES W. PERKINS U._FOR sate f1I.UJY. TfRM4 here's ,a bob leaving for you bill," he erstwhile said and john departed subject of "The Excellency" of the For Sale by Q. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand, Rl S. MALEY, Daytona,

Knowledge of Christ and an appealwas
$lo.oo to $100.00 PBR-ACRE standing with a perplexed expression made to all to make Christ McCALL New
present IRELAND & Smyrna.
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- on his face which took some time to ,
LAW, Bolt Peach Section In the St.t. disappear.-London Tit-Bits. the centre of all their work and life.

'S..A. BAKER; r Seville,' Fla. The music was especially good The -

DeLand, Florida. I RuUs For Right Eating.; big choir is now nnited and renderedtwo The Newspaper ol' Today-Us Cost THE CITY COUNCILThe At DeLand Churches.

Will Practice In State and Federal I W. C. CANNONS' I The rules for eating, which ought to beatifnl selections at ]last Sunday's and Excellence.The I
Couru ,
,; j.' be a part of every child's A H C'., vespers. The people of DeLand are

STEWART & BLY, Liyery, Feed :aid Salk? Stables.Fine '. lire few and simple though neglected hereby assured that the vesper service Lowell (Mass) Telegram says Regular Monthly Meeting Rev. Benjamin Presbyterian B Church, Pastor:
by half of the adult
population. will be held whether it rains shines .
or that a dozen years ago it cost comparatively Held Monday Night.The Sunday school at 911.: Morning service
Fashlonabl TurnoutsBus Expressed In don'ts they are:
A'l'TORNEYSAT-LA during the Fall and Winter term No little to get out a newspaper. of worship and sermon at 11
W. I>ou't eat 1'0 hurry don't eat when Council held its
trains a ; City regular
meets all l at A. C. L. Pepot.
one need hesitate about coining for tear Wages were low, paper stock was low o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 0:4ft.
Harks meet morn inn and afternoon F. E. tired; don't forget to chew well.; don't monthly meeting Monday night with The service is
evening preaching a
OfBoe, In Bank Building. DELAND. u: By train- nt,Orange City, and night drink much with, meals do It before- the program will not be carried out. It and less reading matter was required union
Branch office Po tolRoe,DAY1''UNA DvLand Junction B.>'H' f.11 will letter the following business; one.
over trains nf ,,ou.t eat all 'one"kind' of food; don't be carried ont to the regard than today. In a dozen years the wages
buth Hacka meet boats at fiereafurd. In the matter of charges preferred
routes.\ less of the weather.
Cary D. Landia Bert Fish Gentle horses and oarelul drivera.Phone take, much cold food at one time. of printers have been raised 60 per cent., against Marshal Henry Stevenson '''by The Baptist Church.
DeLand. FI_. Most of us live as If unconscious and paper costs one-third more and la Services at the Baptist church will be
LANDIS & FISH 3. that there are such things as laws.of still rising. The Telegram continues.: Messrs! T. N. Page and Scott Hodgklni, as follows: BlDleschool] 10 a. m. Pnb-
TELLS HOW TO MIX IT. the council will hold a special meeting lie service 11 a. m. Subject: "The Pausing -
health whose violation brings andsickness.
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- (Ihaure with us.NoW' pain The introduction of the typesetting; Knowledge] Love of Christ JuniorB.
AT-LAW, The stomach will bear as machine into newspaper offices was felt next Monday night'for the purpose of Y P. U. 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 6:...... p.

,- Is the time much abuse and neglect as any organof Directions to Prepare Simple to be the downfall of compositors, but Investigating said charges: and the ra. Evening service 7.80, one hour.
DeLand, Florida the body perhaps more than most Clerk was requested to notify the Marshal Popular subject; good singing. You are
Will Practice In State and Federal] Spot cash for 10sse8.U Of them. But when It rebels there Is Home Mixture. time has shown that there are more and the complainants] of this actionof Invited.
Courts. men and women at work today on newspapers
usually one more cross dyspeptic Inflicted -
Special facilities for examining and should be protected.. _,. "M' on society and destined to spend A well-known authority on Rheumatism then ever before. The reason is tbe Connnil. !St.! Barnabas' Church.St. .
It 'was 'ordered that 4 inch water
perfecting land titles the rest of bis between that give more for the Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.
days alternating gives the readers of a large newspapers
-- ----- down
iR-you'l be Wisconsin Ave.
Insured? mains pat on Campbell Gray, Rector.
a diet of soft eggs and toast and! New York daily the following money than formerly; Rive more rending
J L. MCCRORY, 4 !! sundry excursions Into mince pies, pork paper and larger and better in from Boulevard weed to Clara Ave., Oct. aotb. XXI Sunday after Trinity.
a paper
company valuable simple and harmless
Every yet
reliabiie. x; and that the present 9-inch mains on 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m.
and and other b
-' "-.- A ',_-' A likes, but which make him thingsthat mleerableCharlee *. prescription, which any one can easily every way than WAS the case in former said avenue be removed and placed on Sunday school! : 10:80: a. m. Choral ser-
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.. ) does at home years vice with sermon. B p. m. Evensong.
When .your policy expire 1. prepare : Boulevard west
H. Cocbrane In I University Ave. from
V. / MetropoUtaa Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half There is nothing on the market that Dally service at 0 p. m.
.. your inorce'P ,' Is Magazines to Sans Soncl place
DeLand, Florida. | policy ounce; Compound Kargon one ounce; people get so much of for their money Notice of a new bicycle ordinance First M. E. Church

Ho Hung to th Record. Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla. three as they do in the newspaper at the
on *
Telephone] number sixteen.
was given, amending present one. Rev. W..T. Harkness Ph. D., Pastor."
Silu B. Wrliht S. B. Wright, !Jr. Afish :story I heard while camping ounces. present time. It is rich In news, full
school 9 43
An ordinance for levy of special fire 'Sunday : a. m. Preaching:
BRIGHT & WRIGHT, I HON, INSURANCE_ AGENCY r- Involves an old man who bad little regard Mix by shaking well In a bottle, and of entertainment, indeed a necessity and water, bond interest and generaltax service 11 a. m. Theme, "Immortality

for the truth. Two young men take a teaspoonful after each meal and for the counting room, the stores and John 14-2. League meeting 6:45 p. m.
ATTORNEYS-AT- W.NOTABlES. U will find us at J made \It up to go to the old gentleman's at bedtime the home. was pa eed. Special music under the direction of
PUBLIC bouse and outgeneral him by tellinghe A general new sidewalk ordinance Mrs. Powe, assisted by Mr. Soheiber.
With this In the coat of
He states that the ingredients! can be increase preparing -
Office at Telegraph Office. Stetson and DeLand. ( biggest lie to the old man who was p ed. A cordial Invitation extended to all
and will
held the record. After being at the obtained from any Rood; prescription getting out papers It was ordered that all unpaid tax for friends and strangers.
DK AND, FLORIDA. ,- --- -- -- -- --- -- pharmacy at small cost, and being of certainly come increased rates of sub
old man's bouse some time one of themasked street paving be placed In the hands of
HODGKIN'S'Wagon the old gentleman If he had vegetable extraction, are harmless to scription and advertising for there Is Stewart & Bly for collection. Union Services
else left to do.
J E. ALEXANDER, Board about the big fire. He said ,he take. nothing Upon petition of C. D. Landis to fell 'The nnlon Sunday evening preaching
.i y bad not and asked them where It weeThe This pleasant mixture If taken regularly We do not believe that The Record service will be held this next Sunday in
two trees and house across New
Shop has a single subscriber who Is not free the Christian church in the absence of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. young man told him a gasoline for a few days, is said to overcome
!launch bad exploded on the river and almost of Rheumatism. to acknowledge that he gets more than York: Ave., the matter was referred to the Pastor the Rev. Or .darkness will
*.tEverythlulr any case his money's wortb.Notwlthstandlnll'. the street committee with power to act preach. Special mnslo by a union choir.
Office In Bru.h* Block.) DeLAND FLA. the wbole river was on flre. The old] The and if diminishes
pain swelling, any, All ale Invited.
DeLand, Florida. man sat quiet for a moment, then turned In the preml ee.
win Practice in State and Federal tm'Wagons'Bagglee.;Cartreta to bis wife and said "Mother, I toldyou with each dose, until permanent The' council ordered that four additional
results obtained and without injuring the orange! crops are X. E. Church Missionary Society.
Courts manufactured. and repaired in my _,)( something terrible had happened are sidewalks ba made, the matter
Shop In the' very"be" "workmftaship the stomach. While there once more with us, the trucking business The
up the river today when I caught that are being left with tbe street committee. October meeting of the Woman'sHome
QK. <*. 'A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN known. Only first-class men employedand .1 flatfish with bid due all burned off."- many so called<< Rheumatism remedies is kept up by many of our people. 'The Clerk reported collected as water Missionary. Society of the Methodist
to.Uk tanned have
oni/ "" Chicago Tribune. patent medicines, etc., some of which They find that it pays, and the crops so Episcopal Church was held at the
AND SURGEON ntely added to my plant a rout. for the month of September $238, homeiof Mrs. Wm J. Harkness on Monday .
.1 do give relief few really give perma-- easily and quickly made. The trucking
and the Marshal $34.85 as .sanitary fees afternoon. After the devotional
DELANO., rLORIBAt frj 1| .1 J How She H.lp d. nent results, and the above, will, no business throughout the State has be- and fines. exercises: and a short business meeting

Office. at residence. Indiana arenas. ,' .W l A servant girl who bud been through doubt be greatly appreciated by many come a source of great revenue to those the following program was rendered:
Rouse current bills
Court i i The ConneD audited the
( k tie mill before was being cro. examined sufferers here at this time. engaged in it. The industry will continue Paper-Is the religions life of our
Office Hours 0 to 13.9 to 4. and Ito 8. to the special
: before it and adjourned
\ the morning after her newengagement. Inquiry at the drug stores of this to grow, too, for there Is an unlimited country affected by the alien element
; Said her mlstrvss: meeting next:' Monday night. MIss Lane.
: neighborhood! elicits the information market for all the vegetables
VIDA Z. BAERECKE M.-A "And did lost mistress assist lo-Mrs. Powe.
MRS. your
that these drags are harmless and can that can be grown, coming as they; do,
XM t" In cooking Maggie i I While the white is detestable Leaflet-The sister with the white; !
_* c?: .t't you, be bought separately: or the druggists during the winter month and the great fly a
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ;:) 2. J f a --t "Weel.! 'aye lu a way she did; ad. here will mix the prescription for our markets of the North must depend pest to the orange tree, they can be strings-Mrs. Carson u, ,

'. .: mltted. Maggie. readers if asked to. Florida.W. upon bandied more easily than many growers 1 Paper-Woman's work for" alien. wo.
Office on East: New York Avenue. I "How: did she do It. now?"" asked hat Imagine.! Down further south, where meo-M. Forkum. '
1J'lstre... Leaflet
The Hull settlementMrs
V ) .'B,. .toppln' oot o' the kitchen. Dl...... of Mtmory. they have been in the groves for ;years, Chapman.

mom," was Maggie' retort and fuB1latre8 Writing ol' discuses, of tliu mumut) 0. W. Monument Unveiling. g good crops of fruit are shipped. While Lights and Sb.dows-Mrs'. G ud.]

DR. A. S. MUNSON. !! gracefully retired.-London a liuHMlim dot-tin' Klvux uu lutuicHthur Notice to the members of Cypress the fly can not be entirely eradicated,tbe

r 4 innrersr-.. account of soma of the eceemtilcitluu or I Camp No. 18 W. O. W. trees: can be kept practically free of Trespass notices printed
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. his patients. lu the east of a literary them by constant spraying and spraying on
The members urged to be !
tf -r.Vi1-I I e;.. '- man corm: time previous to his seeking kills all other enemies of the orange doth, 9x9 inches, can be had: at
Voo-Bouth I the Hall at one o'clock] Sunday NOT.Ard .
Office Second of Fisher'sDrug advice he had boon troubled with an this offlce. Place] '
at bottom
Store. .' A Most Valuable Agent. absolute failure of memory. He could] : to attend the unveiling of the tree and is a tonlo to the tree. The fly for'"

Of TICS HOURS 10 to 12 a.m.; 3 to 5 COLD TIKE TbrftrlyetirtneeinploFtd to I> .?IariMI" lemember exactly everything bo hurt monument erected to the memory of has appeared at several1 plaoM] in the signature above word wner.

and 7 to B p. m. SETTER medicines greatly enhances the medicinal done moro than a year ago but occurrences :Sov. J H. Krnse. The'ceremony at county bat ban made little headway in .

: DeLand Florida. dan set your Tires'without taking properties which II extracts from native of later date be had entirely the cemetery will take place at two the groves.
1DR wheels from vehicle. We take oat medicinal roots and holds In solution
no forgotten When attacked by the (dls I o'clock Thousands flaw' Kidney
JOHN REEVE, bolt, rub no paint or barn year fellow much hotter lean alcohol would. It alto ease he was engaged! in writing a T. R. WEBB, lietter to Scott Hodgkins.DeLand .
with a hot tire Come and see it work positosses medicinal properties of Its own,
-' and yon will never have your Tires set being a valuable demulcont, nutritive, novel which he had half flnlshod. lie Clerk Cypress Camp No. 13, W. ('. Fla. Trouble and Meier Suspect it

IJYSICIAN AND SURGEON hot axaln. PS antiseptic and antlforment. It adds rcnioiuhc-ic'tl( the first half, but could W., DeLnnd. Fla FmeJener of Kidney XUMBM.i .
for In greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry not toll how he had Intended to finish (Dear Sir: The easiest war we know- i Most people do not realize the alarming

Offlce In .tore recently occupied by the Thanking and you hoping your a continuance patronage In bark, Bloodroot. Golden Seal root, Stone tt. IIe urn, at .t..'....... suable to romembcrwhether of to make a little money' Is-If you're Increase and remarkable) prevalencyS01

Dr. Mellette. Residence 40! West the feature,.I remain 141 root >sod Queen's root, contained In ho had dined irtlaff to paInt-to paint with the paint kidney disease.
New York Ave.Deland "Golden Medical Discovery" In : In another case tho patient tells of THE PERFECT WAY takes least gallons. kidney dis
Yours to teat
serve bronchia ( .
Florida. ebronlo or lingering coughs, are the
tbe tales a
T IIOLIOKINS.d his travels. but repents .
''II SCOTT Take small it take 10 galIc !
throe and iBog,tffooUona,foe til el which hour tliu BO mo a job; sar common
dozen times an with
these agents are recommended by itand- ns! Devoe two coats; that s an average !.... that pre
arit-n dUal authorities. .pluneas. Ho would play" a genre of If suffer from backache. they are) r
yon h nee When the job I. done and .tbe
" V. H. oirds mid viell. The inlniltea
VOORHIS, I In all cases where there Is a wasting carefully the. last
ray of flesh loss of appetite, with weakst4m' I ofterwnid ho would( mention that There t Is only one way to core It. I II) 11, cornea-ia It Is bin' ; the paint etc by-

Dentist, 'of once "'Me ''had not .played for week! Hejiiould iThe"perfect, way..*is to core,the kId. (: 1.00; tbe rest Is for labor and cartage; and phy 1

d 1 4 a l nutritive cmd say "Oooil morning! when. the n.yam tl e labor la fixing the surface, ,shifting echo eonr -.
!' ; a vaga01e 4. bad back L I t'wCA
0,13Iock Deltiud'Fla me"Dlllliok kidneys.!
P. ] m see. Mottotf made bin first visit of tho day I la dders scaffolds pulleys and and '.*l thtmnliethe _
I aide e G Id.a foot. Stone vaot, .Neglect it, urinary truubltts follow. I ropes .; doctoring tK* tffKto, while ertg-. '
Bonn: 8.SO to 13 and 1.80 to 4 Q4 '. sand Black Cherrylnrk isp 'but dill not remember the visit throimlmuefl bfushlng on paint. undermines the .
. m n heatos; and building YP lb. Intpr( I If the doctdr again Dean's Kidney Pills are made for kidneys I Take another job exactly like that; inol tfiMoM.., systethue Y
what To Do
hsi .food the t.ant foe ever fo y..r:, } end gush brin a t about nonypIllng atem. healthy th..ough condltlonof looked 'In S B.only.Lemons, .clgarmaker, living. at ti another palnlt-1 It .talr..,1$ !'gallon ,, There Ia comfort in the, knowledge so a.tu
'. r.dar.p" Iath.te.4.Ift.k.b.oka.MH.let ) the w I.I Ol course,U inns I- i / T le bill Is |19 more. Tate another ex- often expressed: : that Dr. .Kilmer's
V-LUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT, o growt4 i not bee to work miracles, II will Edmund Burke's! '. Memorial to Pitt, 18111 Ashlet street! Tampa, Fla., says: the Yame iidn'ther paint it takes Swamp-Root the great.kidney: remedy b'i.

> INVESTMENT and'TITLE] INSCR- ,brg.ll.kt. odakto..erye4le.Ind, malt. them tit. mat S aaieure4 ptlon except In Its earlier* *' It U often iiixeilnj that the cpltn.ih[ "f need Doan's Kidney Pill and .tbey tly gallon' The;; bill U $100. ;; fGUillar wish in ctriag: rhetllD8U.m.pelD ef' lt ;

ANOE COMPANY. end she eto S {9I ('written by 1 rdniuml\ Burke upon a\ oared me of,,backache, and dUorder of la the pack, kidneys,liver, bladder ,
: ?
dl There>in only] Devoe there's
one a
" 1 w Bold 'al Oiontiment: erected by"the merchants ; and every part of the urinary passage;
: Bert Fish Cary D.LandJ. Mad" aasaat free oo qs..t. f nbout coe ; paints, add 100 that take ItlOWftCte."lu.bUit;> ,: to j hold. ,watef.

9 President, Sec y and Treas.; B., Y..str.aeath.I fr..y.Olt 4 lel.tbollR eloquent tincl elegant example of morttiary count ot 4he( pain In .my back I was enable J( gallons to cover a 10 ...UO&joU.TM and scalding pain in passing it, or bad h
ofloag.tauding to to work for several da ... The effects nee of. liquor wine) or
: following
follows go only dlffloalty to la finding-out!
Ueniture. :
;; 'It rcnda/an ;" .
1A\\ Titles urt=d. ev awweep bybl.edlnsfroutIn secretions bee*, and overcome that unpleasant no
of the kidndey were In a very Divo .After that
ek iLbaavperfolated.Jt. move \ ., In grateful acknowledgment .i\ you save workitl often
ge. to
Abstract furnished and titles perfect.-' : eesaity of being compelled go
obtain 1 rp rve ao t r r I 'tII the Supreme Dlapneor of Events; bad. condition, dark in; color and If re'eed, ) work In 10 tbn. In 19 or SOgi fbe"dayiDdto." get '.
fend tmuy
U B.
ed. Plata due We promptly foreign daring ap ;
Mape I
si upiposlt '
of Wild,
print f. ey Dent Intendlna to a<)vn ( 1 gq.ayu allowed to stand would become of the UOOMI,.lew la Jdgbt.The mild and
pile I" X84. of gly. Ifor!' such. Ume .!as Ills wisdom' !! ,.seemed. paint bay andlew( to *daring i the "
Volusla County B nk. I I I irood consistency ,jelly I tried various b n.b Pftaijd' lea wages,, to pity., the extraordinary, effect of flwamp-RooC; *" ..

D ND 0 ._. J'LQUIA PATENTSBirarBimMiitriu'luiJMUM ( + IT a an hl...h. pltoh of proaperity and. glory) remedies, taking what seemed like.gellh I [(ftDevoe, wereonly a,.1Ittlo ?.bet r issoon 'ft81htedl"tl stand the bighcH. ..... ft\
inn S "Kl QuanUtr atb I By unanimity at home: of th* most '-
for: wanctectnicuitea\ ; dI..t
- s -of tae heel I '? of tl others..there'. ;;: If'
feoi'nered yol ? lBy'( / (ionflilance, and reputation .broad:' bt msdjcina Kind,I also patois plasters some.difficulty Messing If need a < '

QITY.REAL!= _ESTATE.!! .AND. INSURANCE <, lPr -Celtfl ered tJni ,11y/ 1 alllanoos wlaoly_ chosen ana faithfully. bat nothing hqlped me at,all., until I In 'M'flnding-ont.. the difference It goes yell'should pases.11m tbir.you....,'. Sold bydrag.t*
eA p observed M far'aa'balt the paints that
.OFFICE OF, wp orlmnneY Ummblllty. F irfrr booig. < 0' i t 0Aeqe tb' I By'oolohlea l tinltuil and) protected.;" I hot Doan Kidney Pills upon she ad o< gist to to ...y.- gists la aft7aa4 ona-dollar slxee.andra'.r. tf

How a Bee .|y) dq 0 e velc..nea..edthe ..W.wOa. ,. I I JBy eon'iuests decisive ,vlotorles made by by arms sea->and and landitn9y sanvr-" .vice; of a friend of mine aaclu.I1l them [..wwrs longer I ito.1 Yoo'll 'Wa tod > fcoek''f You'. may that have tells a.aampl.11'1'\ bottle I' 'q- >

_1 'i 'H. .reRDa.1 urnTua e.oe.aive.aatrlO (MMuacJt I' \ nutty,> every fart tt the globe) ..according 10 directions' they cured,mela < wbDeylf :yon'wiUI to; flod-oat nowVjfarU abo *Itbotf: aeittfre.| "t, ,

<;J< City Proper .aejslty. He writes i 1{ d.1 tile. r Diero..yv t eevlcbbl aid I |)y commerce. a very abort time'For .weary,there 'arel i thousand* of by mail. Address Dr.I ;
\' '' ii Dnrt t e For the Met time united with male by all dealers.] Price 00 cento.TosterMilborn < "'. -gallou. JCltriaeflal'Co.'J'( Bla.. I
toe U. A. *_ "tbe I Sro 'l.h4 ,
( fa'.td ruDtlon* t4ykaaIw.unaa.mletasure., ( hlad.'lo' flourtelr by warr New : ptigSMeteltlIopgeetl bas.. YO ; ttreaeat..e. __
anoe oomonnj f'Am.one Wuc f >n Wee pleated la rata, up .. a'r Co., Buffalo] York.c "" ..N. ; wbe'IJ\\ ." ...
I I few lire companies now popular in V' 11 ta MIL VlTMbs at *o f.WI T. Jaitrument In tnls memorable sole agents' for the United{ Slates1.: : { .r-V'. > writing OMDuoa this aPw' aed dbtl'0 '
very .
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Frauoisoo California.No s j jtn. hs rr free> baokl< toilln* ill a6ovua lb. t rt!-" ?' work. eeQ UII '. .. rr.. iG'O 1qIIW..., saaiatak. 1tu.\ Mi bar
Ban 1- VASr.UI- J.T.O-C. blmwllclntt r 1"0111,1 WISLIAIgPIT1,, Remember the name-Doati'and I : t '.Dr.: XU...... 8
Boulevard, DeLand Fla. 1a.reriao tale. r :1 : ,; 1a. .e&1fa\i JIoJ.J .;
$48, 1r rVN. ,yYMW ..w. ..'- : .. ... ti.. take no oth r.: t-- --. Wl'Iaher if ", --, JI; ,

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VOLOSIA COUNTY RECORD ALL OVER THE COUNTY Mrs. V. E. Orr and pretty little I Osteen.
CROWNED KINGS daughter Lillian Jackson, are np from I _
) Brownsville visiting her father Mr. W. Watts & Miller Co.
ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO J. Burnett. Ellis Osteen visited New Smyrna.

I Entered In the Poetoffloe at DeLand, Its I OF BLIND TIGERSIn TilE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS The Seville market opened:this week this week. (Incorporated)
as second olass matter. Hon John Sauls was here on business
CORRESPONDENTS. under very favorable circumstances, llARDWARE.FURNlTURE.UHDEfiTAKlHGT
and which ia quite convenient for onroitlcena.
II. E. FHEViTT, Editor *Proprietor Jail Up Against $1,000 Pierson. DeLand K. B. Osteen Wednesday.made a business trip to "-j a ;(,

---- There have been many pounds of. hay .See u* before you buy yourHOUSE .
Fine or ia: Months. F. D. Harper and Robert Jones mada I Mrs. Walters and children are
i r Secretary Taft Baysthat wear saved by the farmers of this place In

not going; to have war wit; business trip to tbe county seat las the past month, and they are wise in spending the week In DeLand.E. FURNISHINGS

Mention was made in these column week. doing so when hay Is so high. A. Osteen, wife and child spent ,

Japan and does' not even hedgeon last week in the Criminal Court proceedings Mrs Mary Powell of Powellvllle l left t Dr. O. A. Stiles had the misfortune Sunday with Mrs. A. O. Osteen. WE CARRY A VERY ATTRACTIVE. i.aNB'OP. ['

a. time limit. that H.L. GldCens and Leon Friday to visit her daughter at Rice Monday night of losing his horse. 'Tls Alvin Brooke went to New Smyrna, SUITS. MA1 INOS. NATIONAL SPRINGS and RED CROSS .

of the Lake to ard Gill known as the Crown Kings of Creek. a heavy loss these days when a body where he has a position In a store. 1
The advocates MATTRESSES
the blind tiger' business' la this county, Peter' Pierson, tbe skillful florist I 18 loses a good, gentle family horse.A George Summerlln, of Tampa, 1 18 i'
Gulf waterway if they really had failed for trial and that .
to appear !busy packing and shipping hU asparagus few boxes of grapefruit have been visiting the family of A. O. O teeD. Reid Good and Rug a Specialty Whit Frost II I the Refrigerator
how estreated
want it had better calculate their bonds were ordered by I
the court and a capias l Issued for them. shipped from this place, and only a few Clark Leonardy left Friday for Da- Try a Dixie Mosquito Canopy. None better on the Market ,
it is
much ship l subsidy L. Pierson the prince here, nta he will tomatoes this .
orange where
Friday .however, they appeared in weeka longer oranges will begin to grow ,.,
y per mile.. court, and for trial. They soon dlscovered if J netting bU big packing house In shape move at a rapid rate. They are showing winter. FUNERAL DIRECTORSMr. I

to handle the fruit crop considerable color. Mrs. F. Z. Graves is visiting her '
that Solicitor Perkins
J. A. Stlth graduate
The prohibitionists of Tampaare had them corralled with an'array of Capt. C. K. Jones, the well-posted Messrs. J. L. Meggs of Jacksonville, niece, Mrs. E. A. O teen, In Enter In embalming and licensed by _

now circulating petitions witnesses and evidence to convict and fruit grower purchased a likely mule and O. O. Alverr' of Slaco. of the Megga' price, this week. the State Board of Health is In .......

Y asking the,board of county commissioners nothing remained for them to do but to from Web Powell last week. Turpentine Co., east of town were out Messrs. J. A. and J. B. Pattillo sold charge will give of this department and careful and

Hillsborough',, countyto plead guilty which they did, whereupon The school here ia progressing' : very there latter part of last week paying off their; Indian River oranges this weekto attention to prompt every detail thin' I I

call a. wet and dry election. Judge Stewart Imposed a fine of 11,000or nicely. Miss Lola Parrleb ia giving; their bands. Mr. Stephens, of Lakeland.Mrs. work.

12 months on tbe county road' the complete satisfaction as teacher.
W. Z. Baymans and children
Mr. O. O. Harrison, who baa been In Supplies
Senator Platt accuses. Gov. limit of the law. This sentence stag Mm. Garolyne the handsome.popular he( A. C. L. hospital In Waycroaa' Ga., and Miss Ode Richardson, ot Durbin,
gered them for a moment, but they J. is again behind Osteen. Always In Stock.
Hughes of organizing a new political wife of A. Harper for several months, returned Monday are visiting Mrs. A. C.
were evldeDtly'glad that it was not & Minahew
Perhaps the counters In the Harper of this and Mrs. Wilkinson and her daughter
l machine in New York. night week will take his ,
simply a Jail sentence, with no chance torn.
correct to former place as foreman of this sectionon Mrs. Canova, and two children of
it more to a fine. They didn't have the
pay Rev B J. Warner, the popular
the A. O. Line. Mr.-J. P. Gunter Tltusville, are visiting the family of
charge him with putting sand in (1000 to settle up and were allowed to pastor, most acceptably filled the
E. B. Carter
has been relieving Mr. Harrison during
the bearings of the old one. go out and hunt up bondsmen to stand Lutheran church pulpit Sunday morn his illness Miss The Hobart M. Cable PianosNo
Butler of
Butler Ga
May ,
good 90 days for the payment of the Ing and evening.

_ President T. J. L. Brown of fines Instead of doing this they wentto A. B.Prevatt of Seville, our splendid who has been visiting relatives here one ever thinks of making comparisons .
for some time, left Monday for Palat-
be held Cranor's stable and ordered a teamto School Commissioner, was on this dirt '1 'Bl. between the Hobart M.Cable
the Florida State Fair, to < Orange City. ka, where she will spend some time 11:
take them to Volnsla Landing, where
Thursday He Is a representative citizen ;+
will Piano and other Piano. The
February before
in any
r Tampa returning Georgia.
they made connection with the boat for of gritty' unbroken courage. Miss Ada G. MasseTl". the .
( duly
,' make tour of the State in A superiority: of the Hobart M. Cable
: soon a Jacksonville. As soon aa their escape James Murphy) of Bkelton, Ga., the agent: of Tbe Record at Orange Sales by the Hayward Agency.
an effort to have'every county was discovers I Sheriff Turner wired tallest man ever seen In these diggings, City and will accept subscriptions and Piano is so marked, that when one

represented by a. comprehensive Daytona, New Smyrna, Sanford, Pa- was here Monday on his way back ads for her the will same be duly Any appreciated.courtesies )extended made The following by the Hayward are some Real uf the Estate sales "peaks of Pianos it Is simply the Hobart

display. latka, Titnsville and Jacksonville for home. He must be a cross) between a M. Cable. This Piano is a delight to.
officers to keep a look: out and arrest Agency so far this month: '
straw and a granddady long legs.Mice --(
Secretary Straus of the Department Giddens and Gill. The Sheriff then took Mrs. F. S. Taylor has been sufferingwith The Ryland house to Mrs. Helen] B. the skilled musician. Tbe tone is-rlch
the afternoon train for Jacksonville, Orilla. Townsend a beautiful neuralgia In her face and teeth. Ames. e clear and harmonious. Don't think of

Commerce, and La- and stayed on tbe dock that night young lady of Wanohnla, and sister to Mr. Laramore and wife have moved The Weaver house and ton acres to 4.f purchasing Piano until you have
out for Mrs. Albin Hagstrom, accompanied by
bor has strongly A. E. Swan.
awaiting the arrival of the boat. It ar from the Gray place north of town into ae eeen and heard the Hobart n. Cable
tariff revision. This is some- rived about 5 in the morning, and the Mrs. O. B. Singletary of /Sanford, Is the the Whitcome house. The J. H. Davis lot, south Boulevard
much admired guest of friends here. to V. T. Barr. .._ PJano.
thing from an administrationthat Burner informed the officer that the
Eugene Plorson, the sober mulligan Mrs. Manville and Miss Helen are Lot 4, Block 6, Rich addition, to Z. T
has been noted chiefly for men were arrested aa the boat touched J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
domiciled at "The Gables, where they
guard, arrived back home Sunday aftera Bielby.
Palatka by Chief of Police Bagan of
its stand-pat-ism.' But Secretary relatives] In are keeping house for S. M. Morse. Ten J
that place, and had them in jail. Sheriff sojourn of six: : months with acres on south Boulevard, to W.

Straus is in a department wherehe Turner took the morning train to Pa Cromwell ConDo Eugene ia one of the Dr. Dickinson Is now located in the H. Haskell.

sees the practical l side of the latka, wiring Mr. Hagan to have Gid beet youths that ever mustered at tbirurahstDg Laws cottnge, part of which she will occupy Also rented the Geo. Marsh house to JOHN B. WELCH

question and the fact that he has dens and Gill at the depot when the rally tie up. as an office and the remainder to Mrs. E. M. Markwald of Chicago and ,

been converted to revision train reached that place, and in the Young ladles, look sharp. That baud- be need as a laboratory for the experimental Smock-Davis house to Mr. I. W. Whit ORANGE CITY FLA. .

oughtto afternoon Saturday' Volnala's Sheriff some hustling young man Archie station. comb. .__.__.._..____...__u....,_._
'a in
go good way satisfying arrived at DeLand with his prisoners, Powell is preparing to erect a dwelling Mr. and Mrs. who last FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
other members of the Hooper, spent The Weather.
same party
k ; handcuffed, and placed them in jail, on his farm in Little Egypt, and don
here with
again us, having
that if we are to continue our where they are still awaiting friends togo forget he owns a nice top boggy, new are Average minimum temperature: AND CIGARS.
taken the lower flat of Mrs. Leavitt'shouse.
commercial expansions, we must / on their bonds for the payment of the harness and a spirited ping. Mr. has been miserable Oct. 1-16..g deg. -DRY GOODS, SHOES HATS ETC., ETC.-
Hooper .... .. ... .. .. .. .
bran in his Average maximum -- -- ---- --
have something in the way of reciproCity do fines not and succeed costs by against tomorrow them.in If they; at A the home new of boy Mr.put and Mrs. appearance C. G. Wig with bronchitis for some time and hopes Oct. 1-16 ...., ..temperature... ..80.'7 deg.: Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first

and reduction to offer bonds they will be turned over to getting road gins at Fort Meade on Oct. the first to be benefited by coming to Orange Lowest (Itth).........53 class Groceries for your table.

,other countries in exchange for contractor R. T. Long to begin their Mr. Wiggins is a hustling prominent City. Highest ((4th and 6th.88 Coqntry| Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market in Connection. _

.. their good will. twelve months' sentence working on spirits and rosin manufacturer at that Saturday afternoon Mr. Coulter and< Rain ((6th.0.9) laches. Orders receive careful attention-and'delivery;; prompt.-; :; You will find my prices

the public roads place. Five healthy boys are not bad his mother took their friends Orange Cloudy days none. as low aa the lowest. Give me a call.

It will take nerve for the They claimed that their purpose in pioperty. City by surprise and they have taken BERLIN H. WRIOHT.

present State administration to skipping out was to get to Jacksonvilleto Rev. E. J. Warner and family of rooms with Mrs. E. A. Hill and will, we Cannons Long who have con
ti. Bush City, Minnesota, have become relieve make that place] their head-
i, get up bonds. Their attorney U. M. ,
to have its policies tracts from the county to grade and
attempt en-
Bennett went to Jacksonville for them tired of Western life and moved back to quarters while making short tripe I
bard surface the KLICKER BROS
dorsed the of the Stateat DeLand-Daytona road,
by people
here four
the first of the week to try to get friends Florida, they having left years around have had luck In the
good filling
the primary to be held next They are now snugly domiciled
to go on their bonds, but returned with.
You'll make n6 mistake if you give J. tract over in the flat woods. No high
We wel
in the Lutheran
It will take out parsonage. Merchant Tailors
spring or summer. success.
come them back. B. Welch's store a liberal share of your water has so far Interfered in the least
lots of to the The parties have lived in Volnsia fora
explaining satisfy trade. They give a "square deal" and with the progress of the work.
long time and have been in the blind W. H. Powell and E. E. Edwards are .. -
people why the State tax is sot fair treatment to all. Besides a fine line
tiger business at Daytona for a number ,erecting substantial wire fence around The truckers, who have fall truck Four Doors South from Fisher's Corr"er.suite
when the of Mr. Welch baa wood "
high promise groceries now a
was of years' running clubs, etc, bnt Perkins I the dwelling and six Iota of the Smith gardens on the muck lands around Lake
i made them that taxation wouldbe at last secured the evidence to convict I and Ashley property on Quiet street. yard and will furnish wood at the regu- Louise, at Seville in tbe north end of
lar for morning aDd Suite 01 shades and
market noon
reduced. The people are now them. Gill built and managed/ the II would require an X-ray examination price. the county, have an especially promising patterns

paying the heaviest taxes since Clarendon Hotel for a number of years to Bad two better workers than Powell Mrs. J. C. Thorpe returned Tuesday outlook for a fine crop of Irish potatoes. Suits night that, fit new, t
too just Suite lined all
you superbly through
the carpet bag regime back in at Seabreeze, and baa a wile and two and Edwards. from North Carolina, where she and ., The plants are now fruiting', right and
children. Giddens formerly lived in Gee whillikins; but Capt. W. :B. Mr. Thorpe have spent the summer and in a few weeks shipments will com- through,
the 70's. There is no use for this Suits well made at prices rightSuits that are a bargain true-
h the DeLeon Springs section. Baker the comfortable well-off turpen She has rented her house to a Mrs Lam mence from that section. A half acre here.
high tax. The State. is enjoying tine manufacturer of Eldrldge, received! bert, who will open it for boarders soon in Irish potatoes on these land will Waiting When you appear.

an unparalleled'prosperity and I Since the above was put in type Gill from ,Palatka an $80 Jersey cow and Mrs. Lambert Is expected on Thursday; bring to the grower a profit of from CONSULTATION FREE. ). ..

there is no excuse for this increased has given bond and ia breathing free air calf by express last week. She is a also Mr. and Mrs. Hall, who have taken $200( to $300. A spring crop is also made.

n taxation when so much once more Jacksonville whiskeymen critter, and a dandy with a tbe "Gunnery" for the winter.
It- going on his bond. pretty merry calf. For Rent-Upright piano In good con- KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda

more property is on the books to Giddens has not yet given bond butIt .The many friends of Mr. and Mrs., dition. Will rent' for the season. Apply -
taxed. J. J. Ranllson of Little Egypt who
be ia said that he will be successful In a ranks as one of Pierson's moat enter Walden, Mrs. Dnnlap and Mrs. Palmer, to H. J. Bird. DeLand.BARGAINS. u __. ._
t day or two. are glad to know that they returned to !
r< There ,is no doubt that the Judge! Stewart and ,Solicitor Perkins prising citizens is making nice improvements Orange City last Thursday. Mr. Walden -

orange crop of the State is short. are determined to drive the 'last blind. handsome! on his new pretty up-to-date farm by erecting residence was laid up with a severe cold before In Pianos, Organs Sewing Machines T;:fI.oofII.f/.o.fI'f/.o.! 'f/.o.Cf/.o._:. 'Cf/.o.-'cc-'C--'CfI_:. e-:....:._:.:. _:. : _.",,:!"

C The estimate is now about 2,000- tiger from Volnsla county nearer the street and in front of the old he came and their date of starting and Handmade Barnes.Beet \ff tit?

000, or about 60 per cent as large dwelling.,, It presents a splendid ap- was delayed on this account bat he is handmade McClellan saddles at
:' Upon the face of the returns, pearance. now improving. (1300. W. C. WATTS !
as the crop of last year. As an ittt
6 Dade county went wet at the A.. the hustler Place orders and I
evidence that the is short .Capt. A. Thompson as Mr. Samuel C. Hood and wife arrived your assure you .
much of it is crop wet-and-dry election last Tues- I je is called about hla big apartment Saturday evening and are located at the that you will be well pleased. I have m

being bought up in day by 6 majority. The. antis&I I house hotel at Astor, was sure doing Orange City hotel for the present. placed> ,live pianos, two organ four 111' ((0

the groves by the buyers, at loon forces however claim that :this place, Eldridge and Barberville They have rented Mr. Varney's new talking machines and seven sewing machines General Hardware
prices ranging from $1.40 to 1.60 last week as agent for the Florida Ma- house and will take possession when this month already ia this

per box on the tree. This is the there; was,. fraud committed at 1 final Life Insurance Association of Bar- their goods arrive. Mr. Hood;it will be county. 7.

highest price have West Palm Beach, where 17 illegal t iow. The Captain ia a plumb-line business remembered, hail had charge of the Agricultural DeLand Mnslo Store open six day In ,
ceived for growers since votes are said to have been pusher and .is writing up policies Experiment Station at Huntngton. the week and business never was better. 1.l DeLand, Florida. t;
oranges early cast, and they'propose to contest fore I and aft. which is coming to Orange City. Yours to please, W m

years_ of the _orange industry ofIT the; _AlA.ir.__ \...'.. '."
l the State., The shortness ,of the w.v. citizen- or Little Egypt< are not all u.long ones, neither are they N, To the Public a ..

apple J crop and of all, kinds of I The Rocha family of the state came forward and paid hia yearly subscription rapid, but when she does take a step WANTED! SHIPPERS ATTENTION .toto t .. )

fruit'crops, North is. in favor of of Durango Mexico 'among ia advance for another year' forward it Is generally in the right directlon. toto Having leased the Oodrington building on the !t' .

ii the gr wer.. The are to the Volnaia County Record the other and she aims to be like the ele- ) east side of the Boulevard .(better known as the A.11
orange orange the largest, if not the largest,I day. Mr. Powell Is a straight, clean, i ibant-sure ot her footing.Glenwood.. Florida toto i P. Davis old
Oranges Grapefruit building;) Ii am now opening a complete 't
was never in greater ,demand in I family owners of land in the honest big hearted neighbor and Is alive ... up

s the marketthan, now, and this world. They count their wealthy wire on the work list and loyal and Tangerines.Ship Hito,' and carefully eelected line of General Hardware, ryl,

demand will continue through mulligan guard. toto including Builders' Hardware, Builders' Supplies, i f''

the!.winter., > millions of dollars,. and are in Hal Hat hurraht! for Henry: Purrott of your oranges, grapefruit ', Stoves, Glassware Tinware, Outlery, Blumbing; Supt'
4 supreme control of s' mountainous Mr. Wright to the fruit and toM
expects pack
.U I Barberv ills. Now girls don't sass the iD this Motion this Tangerines!: to the OOOPKB j plies, and all goods carried,, in the hardware line. It ff!.,

Congressman Frank Clark'has territory' embracing about laddibnok, nor give him the go by; look year. PRODUCE Co., Jacksonville, Fla., will be aim to supply to the of Dem
my promptly people
10,000,000 crea. lira face to face. He is now' armed witha Mr. Waterman sold his crop of oranges who will get you the highest market toto
piw taken law Thos.
as a partner" W. T' clearthe track divorce from a former !! to Mr. Nye on the trees. price and make prompt re- Land and ,vicinity all goods! in my line, goods of stand1.1

kl* ,fielding! ; ;of Starke,, the .firm's :,Orange City, oat ..e neighbor, is house wife, de-fiicker-topey-tnrrey: and Several from here attended the baptism turns. Write for stencil. market WIard make and warranted',, at the lowest prices possible. !hl t .

_ ; headquarters, being,,.at OainesvWle making preparations to entertain a UM lumped It from A to bard right .t DeLeon Springs Sunday./ conditions, etc.

i s <\ ;J Mr.,Fielding! 'S.s. 'a recent !huge number of winter visitor the approaching back to the air of stillness at mama's Eleanor and Robert Bly spent Sunday R. B. COOPER. Manager. toto For the liberal patronage given me in past past l

i, graduate. (tfrom the Jaw. ''department season.' Moat of the cottages beloved hang.out in Fowellville. here with their cousin Ethel Sprool :. I return grateful thanks, assuring the people of my 1

'at Stetson /Ha:came are already rented for the entire winter. Darning Mrs.'8. E. Smith's stay at : constant efforts tofurther merit their confldene and j M-
near > Miss Ethel Bouchell la J getting along
Orange City gets a fine class of tourist .
l l :winning oat,jfpr?[:State,Attorney The fine mineral water there attracts Fort, Mrs.Meade Wiggins, attending I fear our'the sick Fierson daughter very nicely with her school If It i*small patronage. t.: # m e

'at; (election' fii tig;.district'last many' to the place l every winter, and locals will have to stop. To use an oldlayseed's Rev. and Mrs.; West are spending toto I avail myself of/j the present opportunity' to say l1 '

', ell year....All of Stetson's graduates, there l D.t a healthier locality In the expression: : the writer's crap, some time with friends in Manatee Co. that; I am not connected or financially: interested in any ''q ''I-

'not:'only','f rotnj.::the 'law"depart- State,.either, than that place. Ie badly ia the grass; he ia pot wrestler S. O. Bentan la supplying the folk toto manner with any other hardware or business house in it')
a.r 'mentr but from the Normal >and<3 3ot Delightful Reception at the Home of kettle slosh, chief cook and dish washer with early vegetable from his garden. DeLand, and that my'entire time, capital. and atten- 'M1

.. "' ber. d partinent8 bound 'at makes the beds sweeps floors, attend Cooler weather la ripening" the OftnlJ.. :tion will be devoted to the development of the W. O
r' :, ; Mr. and Mrs. E. L Hon. j1 f;.
the biddies gets the wood and bolus Mr.-Bredow Is. getting the packing- .
,,/I?d J' ;:once to the front in thefrrchoeeni e'The Baptist social l..tJ'rlda1enn1DI son Charlie a little at the depot. 80 at loose ready..to use. ','toto; Watt Hardware .Store, ,'assuring customers polite attention f t'

'. 'professions? : Three recent'graduates was well attended and he take and quick delivery at all times.
-: was great snoots daylight mornings gete busy, The Wright are expected in a few ; M1
: ;'f ronr Jtbe" law1','department *In every way.: About 100 young an over'dose and smashes his patience da180 after pending two month with Remember 'the location-across the Boulevard (.IJ

>I! ':'raro,now.*.County1!,,and., :Municipal re.ldenof people assembled their genial and filled host the and spaefon!hosts look Into: smithereens warped and hatched and by face.8. o'clock he their friend in Northampton :Mar 1 toto; from the Hayne Irooery.", ?.fjkRespectfully

Jndgea, :one Secreta1'1'to'' Congressman Mr*. Abner' Wftaon of Michigan came e
overflowing. The home ;
to beautifully to the winter with her .toto yours 5J
'others Tuesday spend ,
L ,Lamar, and; ,are decorated with 4o"en.'BD4, Chines Seville. ,
(;I, daughter Mr,Wilson will oomelater. ..
.', having fine,practice. This speaks lantern. ; presented a fay appearaao. toS W. C. 'WATTS. flir

"': w U-for":'anyf;:rnriit tlon''.-. They re approached from Mtnnaiota.....u.. Mr*. B. L. dowdy spent Sunday In men Everyone and gardener seem to are be getting buy. Tbe ready celery for '5W6. I eastbagss.aa, bat' ;

got the beet to be ;had at Stetson. The evening was ple.wttl7'.pent" la Piersoa with friend '' heir winter Some are making > a33 3 3
: engaging:la' M variety of game*. An ,:Mr*, Padgett and son Irving, of3rsosnt crop* Vutfor -
It: olD4Hf'.UttI>d higher# :, tIt Uottly hay. ; T l' -
amusing pad Interesting program was' City were in town Sunday
high-class work,that Stetson rendered under the leadership of
it.student,*.nc1'lt I ;pays Strvena.,.BefNeb....... ,i consist- Mr.'A,.A. Forgnson left first of this Gin St.: Mary: wheN ahe accepted a

i,', ..;; fltt .m<<.>110 fact,'what- Lug of neadM lo*_ 11II4,aab week for a visit with friend and' mOa-' position with the- ';Glen 81.:.Mary: Nursery .The Record is 'superbly 1.
were served.A:Th*thank. of theyoong Hrs Ia Hoganaville, Ga., 00. t ;We are exclusive agent J DeLa.u4

', ; c profession' ,,acquire people are da to the social ommltte : Mn and Mrs. H.:O.Price and family. Mrs.J.:B. Conrad.' Mr. Hill and" Mr.' for these Porch Shade. Juaethe)thing equipped 'to turnpu; : up-to-; .y ... ) : fOl' veranda the/hot
.g moB l and sepedaJy to Mr and Hi*. Bon for and Mrs H.S. ,have returned'
'i") i" B. 8feteois! .. enjoyable and.atertalalng.. aa sin vicinity,';Roet* of Mr. MM! Mrs..B. A, from their,....North all looking well examine, .- .., .. .- '>, '1'*' date: Stationery. .I Ie.
,'jh" '" .. "IV"""' ' '' : 11 ; report a pleasant time. J.:F.!ALL f4 COQ :
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O' I Lots of new postal cards at Brill's. at.. Fisher's. ,' I ;fr4 M4J44444.4 4M44444444444 444T44v444:4:;

f'.J ,, I Fresh Bermuda onion seed. Fisher's. Mr. W, A. Steed Is on a basins tripto i

1 The cool spell tbe first of the week Savannah. ournew fall clothes
put a hustle on the wood men. Found-Silver rimmed spectacles in Y

I. Mr Ellis G. Blake was a Lake Helen leather case. Call at this Om ...
1 DREKA'S visitor to DeLand Wednesday.Don't A fine little boy was born to> Mr. and
'J'tS 1' forget to come: to Dreka's and Mrs. Ray Conrad Saturday last are ready; for you now in our. : :

see their elaborate display' of millinery. Money-back silks, black and assorted '
store and we .,are going to hold a f+
r.- Mrs. E. L. McBride and Master Asa colors. Dreka's Department Store, special

4J Vii DEPARTMENT STORE. McBride are spending the. week at Jack. phone 77, opening reception to introduce you
: sonvllle. Mr. O. C. Fanning is completing a

,t, Ur G. A. Davis was in the north end nice home on his West Minnesota Ave. to them. You're _invited; and when you

::' of the county first of the week on pro property. come :you'll meet a lot of the finest
'J ; 8 .$ fessional business. Go to the Woman' Exchange on
:;ii Saturday and see their new line of fancywork
It Is hoped that the Beresford pavilionwill and notions. clothes you ever saw. We feel that
be finished by the time the tourist

f : L CLOTHING season opens good. Mr. Haynes Yelvington has rented our good friends and our good clothes

For Sale-Fan Tall and Jacobin Pigeons and moved into the Fodger home on

Men's Boys"and Children'sSUITS white, red, blue and spotted. In. West New York Ave. ought to know each other better.
. quire of Gtao. W. Bristol at The Oaks. Mr. A. C. Haynes returned this week

..... Mrs. C. J. Yeiser of Sanford spent from a two months' business stay in the These are Hart Schaffner & Marx

several days the first of the week in the peach section of Michigan.
.,.. city, the, guest of Mrs. J. F. Welborne. Contractor Cairns baa begun the construction ; and you can put it down as a

Some very special bargains to be bad|' of another handsome residence fact that better clothes more stylish
In china ware at Brill'a. Room must be I for Mrs. Carpenter on Palmetto Court

: Black, Blue and Mixed Goods made for new goods continually ar- Mr. and Mrs Frank 8. Taylor and more perfectly tailored, never came

riving. Messrs R. M. Tucker and C. F. Lukens '
from the hand of
', a
t In All Styles. Mrs M. R. Cleaveland and Mrs Allie were Orange City people in town Tuesday

Wilson returned the latter part of the morning.

week from the summer home at Haver- Clean up your guns and get ready for The new suits are in a number of

Men's Suits, $10.00 ,to $22.00. hill, Mass. the quail, but remember the open season very smart models and the paterns"are
; : Mrs. G. A. Dreka returned the latter for hunting them does not begin

Boys' and Children's Suits, $1.50 to $8.50. part of the week from a two months' until November 1st. varied enough to suit every taste-

stay In Baltimore, Washington and Come to the Woman' Exchange on

other points. Saturday and see the new drawn-work, grays, browns, tans, in stripes, plaids
Full line of Men's and Boys'Pants
Mrs. John Dicklns and Mrs. W. M. embroidered and, band-made waists, and checks.

Dlcklns. both of Sanford visited De- bags, collars belts, eta

'. in all qualities. Land on Monday, combining business Before placing your orders for fertilizers
with pleasure. for the fall and winter gardens Other departments are full also of

To be In fashion the hens have evi- and for your orange groves, see T. E. fine
> I HATS AND CAPS dently gone on a strike as eggs have Arnold, agent for the Painter brands. seasonable goods,; hats on the lat-

been a scarce article, In the DeLand Mr Stephen M. Getty, the artistic est blocks; shirts and neckwear like a

markets for some time. show card writer, goes to Sanford and

Complete and Stylish Line of Hats There are quite a number of visitors Orlando next week, to do some artistic regular flower-garden of color and rich

already at DeLand for the winter most card work for the merchants of those

of them bringing their children here to places
and Caps for Men and Boys. attend Stetson University. Mrs J. E. Bigelow entertained Tuesday -

Mrs ElIzebeth Hartetone Hines, of afternoon at Bridge,' Wednesday design.FOUNTAIN'S.
Soft, Fell and Stiff. Auto and Golf. I Ft. Pierce arrived last week on an ex- evening at "500", and Thursday after-

tended visit to her sister, Mrs Robert noon at a tea Her guest Miss Lindley, I

Patton, of No 25/ Indiana Ave. expects to return to West Palm Beach
the last or the month.
SHOES Neal Alexander is down in DeSoto Editor W. A. Russell of the Palatka + . . . . +M4M' 44 44444444444444TThe
o county shipping a number of crops of
News was at DeLand over Sunday
the firm of Alexander & Baird
THOMPSON & CROSSETT oranges visiting his son who is attending Stet. Mr. John W. Fndger the St. Elmo
has purchased from growers of that Marsh Market.
i eon Editor Russell was greatly pleasedover was confined to his room several! days

in Button Bal. and Blucher---jor Men. section the anti saloon victory at the I this week trom cold. If you want the choicest cats of Meats
When want fertilizers, for
t you gardens election held in his county recently. Next Friday will be Mothers' Day at eave your orders with us. The beet of
and groves drop a card to T. E. Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
WALTON SHOES Tbe first cool snap of the fall came I the public school. The chapel exercises ,
t Arnold, agent for tbe Painter brands, Chops Sausages Hamburg Steak
last Saturday Sunday and held at nine o'clock. Hams
orders Monday.The are I fresh and salted Breakfast Bacon,
or see him, and he will fill
for Boys Girls' and Children.; promptly. your mercury dropped way down in theBO's etc Courteous attention and prompt
and the air was cool and crisp. It Choice lots for sale on Palmetto delivery.
Everybody needs a kimono or bathrobe I Court Marsh Bros.
"University Heights", adjoining
will make the orange, grapefruit and
.1 Dreka's Department Store has a Tangerines color up I the College grounds. For prices applyto
pretty and complete line of outing flan 1 E. H. Hayward, Agent.
Attorney J. N.Sears, County Superintendent -
G. A. DREKA & CO.PHONE nels for each purposes. Come and see
of Schools of Oceola and
for yourself. Mr Harden, Tax Collector of that Two rehearsals for the oratorio "TheCreation" TURN YOUR REALTY INTO CASH
Quite a force of workmen are engaged I have been held with mostratifying
.;. 77 county were in DeLand the latter part
I( reonlts. Seventy three
putting down the foundation for mem-
of the
week attending the K. P. district
the University $80,000 library. The convention. Mr. Sears Is of the 1 ben have promised to be in the chorus, If your Property has value, we

lumber for the frame work is alreadyon promising young barristers of the bar and the progress promises to be very can sell it for you, no matter ..

i.v tbe ground. of South Florida.Governor rapid. There is still room for a few where it is located.
baas,, tenor and alto voices. The -
and who
Mr. Wheeler family, practices
;'- + 444444444444444. 4 44. ++44444444M44. H4, > 44444444+++++4444444'MM M444444+ spent last winter at tbe Putnam, are from Broward Tallahassee arrived in the city are held in the auditorium each We desire to list a good line of
there again for the present wtnter, arriving by his second eldest daughter, accompanied Mi s Tuesday evening seven thirty. New Oountry Property.WE .
from the New Nork home the members may join next Tuesday eve
NOW THEN LOCAL SYNOPSIS Josephine, 14 years of age, an accom
The Greater Ache. I first of the weeJr.AdelJghtfol WANT-
pllsbed young girl, who came to takea ning.Mr.
"Yon might think you've got such a F. O. Sabring, BOO of Mayor Se-
meeting of the W. O. T. classic course at Stetson University Improved Farm, Grove and Garden
heartache said the "that
woman yoncan't U. held last Thursday at Mrs Pat- While in the the Governor bring of Jacksonville, spent several daysIn
THE IMPORTANT HEWS ITEMS 01 was city was the
stand It at all You'll never get You Need Some Fruit Properties.
over It never In the world! You can'tstand tone, Mrs. McCrory. Pres. presiding. guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Wldeman. town this week calling on the orange
THE FAST WEEK. for growers in the Interest of Sgobel&;Day, Timber Land In Large or Small
It another minute without dying Trees on Your Lot. Praise and thanksgiving were given Mr. Geo. B. Barker who has been re-
or it. but Just wait till yon let the I victories in the State. siding at DeLeon Springs the past year, the auction commission home of New Tracts.
toothache good and'bard, then stand the business and Loam and Society Items for 'b. People's York City. Gen. Sebring has represented
Having bought nursery
Last Sabbath morning at the 1st M. died of Bright disease last Sunday I Land Suitable for Orange Groves
4 by and watcb the heartache go way stock of E. H. Hayward, a clean,' Paper-Brief Mention or Vmott .. E. Church Mrs. Powe and Mr. Shrelber, The body was embalmed and shipped to this hones in Florida for years, ,
back and alt down."-New York Press. and growers and shippers have reach Orchards and Truck Farms.
healthy lot of trees, I offer budded .
young Seen br our porter.Moonlight the latter of Jacksonville, sang impressively Jacksonville Monday for burial by
and grafted citrus pecan, peach, "In the Cross of Christ I Glory," funeral directors J F. Allen& Co. of bad a square deal from It. In a recent
Anatomy. Interview the General he has made We expect to make this important
and other fruit trees of popular and fine nights.W. Mrs. Patton at the this place. The deceased says an -
organ traveling
was a -
"How many ribs have you. Johnny 7" varieties at reasonable a careful estimate of the
prices. present of
8. Taylor, Dentist. salesman and leaves wife and crop part our business, and
asked the teacher."I Dr. W, S. Taylor, who had just completed a
and he
Call on me at my'home in DeLaad oranges, says there are not will
don't know, ruo'um," giggled John. Fine at Brill's. handsome residence child engage actively in an effortto
or write for what you want,for deliveryin stationery a $3,000 on 2,000,000 boxes in the State, and prices
ny, squirming around on one foot."I'm November, Decembr or January. Fresh garden seed at Fisher's. his north Boulevard lot, has disposed The Fall millinery opening was had are going to remain high for the fruit locate farmers in Florida.
so awful ticklish I never could nice to Mrs. who at G. A. Drekn & Co. Wednesday last,
ALFRED HOWARD I of it at a profit Hyde all the winter.
count"'em."-Ladles' Home Journal. ,Old papers for sale at this office. GOULD BROS. AGENCY.
:Michigan AW, DeLand, already had a four years' lease of it. and many of the ladles of DeLand were
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's.Orangea
A large number attended the recep- there to inspect a rich and varied display
> are in market, but too green of the fall and winter millinery.
tion to college C. K! students last Friday -

.. .. .. ., .... I to be Inactions. evening at the Presbyteyrian Parish The house is carrying a very attractiveline
Hon. J. B. Conrad spent Monday i in I room, given under the auspices of the In this department this season, and
town from Glenwood. and Mrs Mace la on hand to show you /.SCHOOL/
T Society of that church a delightful .
MAGAZINES \ through tbl.lIne.An
: i Mr. Dawson Brown of the north end evening spent.
Inspector of the Hartford Boiler
waa. at the county seat Saturday. Your attention is called to the announcement -
Mfg. Co, while Inspecting the boilers
Trespass notices printed on-cloth, can I elsewhere In The Record, BOOKS
out at the electric light plant Wednes- >a
Periodical be had in any.quantity at The Record I from Mr. W O. Watts, who Is again
Any Magazine, Paper or j jI office entering the hardware business at De- day, was seriously scalded. While in
I the boiler by accident tbe
Mr. R. p Walters made a business I Land, and is now getting a complete some steam
can be 'through us at i trip to the south end the first ot the I line of such goods. was turned on. He was badly scalded NEW., .
: ; week. on the face and arms, He saved hie
Mr. Robert M. Bond returned the

...., Publishers' Prices. We save you Down stairs room, with fire for two first of the. week from a six weeks' vacation eyes succeeded by keeping In getting them out.closed until he AND ... ,

with' board. Mrs. A. J. Sembler, 41 in the North. The father and
the Postage Money Order and : Blob Ave.Allen's mother will be down about November The Vesper choir which furnishes the "
excellent mnslo for the
| magazine and periodical advertisement 1st. Mr. Bond Is at present seeing the Vesper services SECOND HAND ,

Trouble. Let US renew Sub- : on this page will Interest I Jamestown Exposition.The at tbe University now numbers thirty "shC.
your well trained voices. Next Sunday afternoon
many this week. University Trustees and the
i they will sing Shelley's beautiful
Last ideal and I Faculty should be bappy. This Institution
scriptionALIEN'S. .' j Sunday was an day, anthem "Hark Hark: My Soul", Mr. W. FISHER S
Is having the biggest in all Its
large congregations were out at the I year Hill will sing a solo In addition. The .
different church services. history. The enrollment is now way
director of choir Prof. Morse, Is planning -
Rooms and board be obtained at beyond the 800 mark, and new studentsare
DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE can some fine musical services to be
the Rush Home, North Clara Ave Ap- constantly arriving. given daring the season. -
ply to Mrs. E. L. Waterman. Mr. Jack A. Stith: who has been with .
Have yon noticed the larger stocks of
Next to Postoffice
DeLand-. tbe Watts-Miller Co. the two
.. Mr. Chas Bowler, claims agent for past
goods the DeLand merchants
'" the A. O. L.:Ry, was in the city this I years, has resigned that position, and now carry
as compared with the stocks carried I
Mall and Express Orders receive Prompt. and Careful, .. week, in the interest of his Company.Don't left Monday last for Atlanta, where he a
few years ago! The town Is growing,
Attention.,, forget to mall and see our attractive resumes a former place, on the road for A. H. WOODALL
... ... a wholesale furniture house. there are more people there is more
assortment of dress goods money in the section and county, and

--- =-. .. J>reu'a Department Store, phone 77. Masters Ray Jordan and Horace such big stocks have become necessaryto

;. Mr. M. F. Barton has been awarded Allen went down to Jacksonville last meet the demands of their customers. f
'.. J J &the Friday to see the Buffalo Bill's Wild Fine Groceries
contract for the plumbing work in I It Is one Index of the constant and
the Western Show, joining their mothersat '
1J' new University library building.The permanent growth of the city.
that place. Mrs. Jordan and Ray returned
\ Atlantic 'Coast Line and the Mrs. Lillie Blzielle has purchased of
ALLIN CO' home the first of the week.
: F. & Clyde flt Johns River Line are bringing Mr. G. A. Dreka the cottage frontingthe <
Miss Edith Reeve'and Mlle We have added to
into DelAD41mmeoae quantities of Grace Boulevard south of the Carrollton, our already large assortment of
freight. -- Howard announce the opening of the for several Mr.I. W Fancy Groceries the Battle Greek
years occupied by Sanitarium Fools and
Leading Furniture House of. Volusia I. ;oupty Contractor Cannons has' completed Studio Shop on Saturday, Oct.,, 19th, Wbitcomb and family, and will occupy hall endeavor .
and cordially Invite to and Inspect keep a fall assortment at all times.:
you come
the tract for city of grading and It as soon aa some repairs are made to i

>). i << shelling Clara AT, between Howry and their carefully selected stock of the property. Mr. Whltoomb has leased COFFEE AND TEA "' "' '
"' .DROPN' : R." ,I. Blob. AA -., Japanese goods,novelties and stationery: of Mr. J. W. Smock the Davis,boose

': handsome little boy warn born to Mr. Curtis J. Crensbaw, 'who' has across the Boulevard from the Olive We are still giving strict attention to our Teas and <
Mr. and Mee. & B. Wright Jr.,l Friday been soliciting consignments of, fruits Branch and he and family will shortly Coffees. The
"Niagara" at 25 is
cents seller. For bet- .
" 'and see our' Newest' .1' night, Oct'llth. 811as B. Wright the for the Northern markets the past,ten occupy it.While .I a a
. 3rd II ale name.Mr.M.KOreLghton. years, spent Saturday and Sunday in 'ter grades we offet "Barrl gton Hall" and "White a

Styles ''in' :Parlor and ; who has an extensive the city, arriving direct from the North, not kicking the about growers the of slse the of the county present are ; louaeboth, good values. 'In teas.we have Tetley's and

,; land-interest over at Oak Bill, where be put In a summer's work. He crop,' they are expecting doable tbe ,White Rose, both popular brands.. S.

'e; ( Dining- Room: fur,. : ant warn at of the thetleek oonnty seat''on business the U now with a Philadelphia commission. crop another year. 'The trees .... -Dot We are receiving oar'.Fall Stock' "of: canned" goods;,

:..it __ __ house heavily loaded the la fruits and vegetables
present year. which you ,will find onlyr reliable
niture. I )I,,VT / l
; ; :. : 'I' : )of hardware, opening up IB putting up tbe new electric light wires In good condition for a fine yield to have % ,, ...
.. ; i. t I Ii the brick Hoping you make_.as a call I and a suringyoii? ;
building sooth of the Satherland from the station '
at Stetioor;into andover another year, and you can expect a cool :\ R!i'
r on, tt'>e Boulevard.. .w' -- cMr.4waad -* -""- the town, arrived toe'latter part half million crop from Volusla. The polite attention,,.,we _remain very,.respectfully. .* tjS; f t
i"r'Ul LCSf'S.Phone
\ )! Mn.gls't Doagh'ty. who of the week with a big crew; ot linemen, present yield, however, wilt bring lots 4 fr'-Si :

:i P100._.. N.6 J. ALLEN & COO .D!Laad. PIa. r spent,the'*.-"" .' with their. daogb/- and be 1>now busy filling this big contract of money Into the boual,. The crop la :79t; A.. ''WOQDALLft t '

I terj Mrs. Chas. M.KnrU, hare returned ./: New and heavier pole are. also the vicinity of DvLand this. year is,..U- ; 1'\t\*_,,1"tj. -tH' i "I\4It\ ; :" ......, J) .{II'i' a .

-. . ., iR ((Cu olt PPoc*'h t.-.% kJ31h1&o.0QthIQb4QaM y' mated at 73,000 qXM. ji .. i I ,

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"Well, Caleb Maid Captain W. oMassachusetts' ; I Notice is hereby given that *lx month I '
Notice la hereby given that the uader.signed
years' ago. "what wilt J 'ril 1 after dale, namely. on the' 14th day, ofPeoomh.r.ll101 guardian, of the estate of Mattl Z. COAST
ask to wood ? STATE OF FLORIDA 1 will.as guardian\ of EdnaOuaciue
" you a day IIUWI tot'lme Bdna Bennett U. Green, a minor will. on the 7tb day of
. .( I've got several' cords thnt I want sow. VOi-USIA, COUNCY.Notice final formerly tee present November A. D. 1007 apple to th.,County .' "
; .. auemint to the lion. J. ; Mo-
.. my Volusls .
, d In two tots tha" fireplace." will ; b. dyMwpttc' from Inae'd&ya U hereby given, in conformIty Crory, County Judge of Volusla county. Judge of county, Florida, at his of-
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"1 should rharKo about half a of muwry. and nabl him-to eat- with Section :2049, Kevised StatUtes Fla, aa snob ,guardian, and ask for a> See In UeLandllor an order to sell lot live
I you ..... the undersigned ol of lot five blook elo-ht, LiNE nfAY. .I
whatever ba .. They attvcot of Florida, that we, llBtiharire oith. ofDeld jfA

: ), dollar,,a"but.day I If ain't( bud ggnbno a aow.J', captain replh',1Caleb sicK( HEADACHE ', cellency., intend Napoleon too". apply B roward.to His Governor bx: Dated June 11th, 1007. 8. A. WOOD accordlno property, ohald Volusla; to a map minor.County or plat. Florida,"'City a*'tbe : !

so I don't. see how. I cnu. .accommodate, *_the food<.....I..J1r...... of' the State ol Florida,' at ScaNtieR.Guardian's ANNA' L.GRKBH. .

;, you." J .ton the bod/ givu keen appetite; Tallahassee Florida, on the sand day Notice. ThlsOct 11007. .OusrdlaaSheriff's : <

"I'lf that all that's lucking I gum of October A D. 1907\ or as soon '
we can :manage ,lt"l Said meL captain: DEVELOP FLESH; thereafter a. we can be beard for Notice I la hereby given tbat the undor- I Saf Jamestdwir, Exposition(\ Rate ..f rom\\ DeLand

r ".'v. got (Tprlme new one, keen as and _lid .. Clecaatly sup. Letten Patent to be issued to "The signed cuardlun of Hattie Stockton a ".r..SEA8"N.r: loho a 'MtlY H... x hlona-t16.23. "
and till :J let It' to reasonable I, laamfll DeLand Realty Company" of which minor, will on the Mih day October, 1907, I ocE
J brier. you take No Substitute. the shall be the apply to the Hon. County Judge ot Volu.laVuuoty Notice Is hereby given that the under- old each Tuesday limit 10 day, not !good In I parlor>> or sleeping! care
i. How would nlnopence ((12%. cents) a ._ Corporation following at his olHoe In DeLand Fla., for signed, J. R. Turner,'-6bel'ilf of Yolusla P id.day tlcUet i>Jt.75;sold aallyt 15 I dayitlcket, *$aj.Wv sold dally."Coast .
.cord do for'tboiuse' ot It'?" Article. of IncorporatiouIsaac : an order to sell Ibe undivided Interest of I I C'ounlv State of Florid, niidi as* .
\ "1 reckon that' a fair price, captain. 'DRAWING. THE: LONG BOW.. A StewartT said minor In, and to the *eH of the ne'/i of by virtue of a certain' Execution issued I out Line No 82 No 80! "SorfoIk'Flygra" Ho 85 No 89
.- E Arnold section ii. township 17 south, range( aoeast.MAtiGIE ol tbe Clrault court of the Seventn, Judicialclruult. lliv Lv Norfolk lOp 8 S5a
I'll bolovlh' In the mornlnVBright BTUCKTUN. In and for VolutlaUouaty,Florida. DeLandu i SOOp .6
$ and early that next July mornIng ,.am. RemarkabI.ExpIolta Credited. 1 U Mary Arnold Stewart 'I'hl&, Sept. 7th, ll1u7. Guardian. in the case ot the Itluhmond Stove Voropa- Jatknonvllle 7 304 h 7 OOp.' Ar. Jacksonville 2 20p 9 OOa
8aeotr lofl I Arrow. J LIT JatlcBonvllIe 9 30a'" 7 85* Lv Jacksonville 8 SOp 9 30a
; Calebt'AS( at)Work,)and.be kept at ny a corporation, plulntlfi, agalnut J E.!
I It so faithfully that be finished before The expreBRlon "drawing a long bow"doe INCORPORATION Blitelow,uotendunt I bave levied upon and Ar,.Norfolk 7' 30a 825 AC DeLand, 6 15p 1 SOp
not of hoctsslty 'mean'' th onset, when be went to the house to- ,
OF ThE DeLAND REALTY at the front door of the court house, .tUeLand I I .
settle. a falsehood. It sometimes refers
"Let's.see.",'said the captain ,"yon wonderful story; which in+y|be true ARTICLE L n.d has been appointed by tbe County; the 4tb day of November, 1007 to the hotel JlaU, etc. For reservation, or information address any
of Voltida Florida Executrix nlgheat and best hlddm-j for cash all the eiI __.
Judge County, -
were to-bare halt a dollar day.: Wo'll enough: but wblcB Is to marvelous aa Name. Ticket Agent of the Atlantic Coast Line or" .-
interest and the
or the Haute ol Helen W. Post All tate and to followlngdesuriheti -
call It a day although It nlnt .undown to require. a,firm* ,trust In thd, yeitolty : The name of this Corporation shall" editors, legatees and distributee.. and I property of J. K Blgelow situated, l DhVl fCTAU District P-....- A .nt Atl.ntlo Coast UM
; yet That's" 60 cents for ;you and you of the narrator to enable thd 'hearer to be "The DeLand Realty Company. all persons having claims or demand |>'Inif and bring ID Volusla County, State of :FRAN'V'. C.'I' DUILEialUn, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

were to'pa"mo f nlnepence a cord for believe It. Some ,of the longust !bowi) against acid estate are hereby notified! lo Florid:\. said proiierty more particularly
There three of 'thla'IOrt'' have been drawn about ARTICLE U. present the came, duly authenticated,within described as follows, towlt:-.Toe northeast
the u e'of the saw. were Nature of Business. tbe time prelW'lb, d by law or the seine quarter. of the south east quarter, ex- W. Jf. CRAIG, p, ,T. MWilmington ... T. c. WHITE, o. p. A. '{
cords.andra half inple.pile. [That, bows, and arrows.: .r will be barred. oept Ibe south half of tbe south-wes quarter N/CU VN.
makes '43%' centa me: These stotler began long ago. Vlr- t liThe( general nature of business or ADA W. POWKRa.FxeoutHT.. of the lame, ol section nineteen. townshIp I ..Wllmlnllto. o I \

.. Caleb ;you don't have very much com gll In .the, tVEnelii'f tolls'qf' four archers businesses Corporation to shall be be transacted follows by this .. sixteen nouth range thirty east. Also .._ .. .. .. .. ......... .. .. .... .... II... .... ..
who were shooting tot? a prlze,':.lia as : I Dated Soobrei'! Fla, September:! 20,1INI7 lot six, section twenty township sixteen .
ing to you i To act as agents to deal in, buy onto thirty east east five hundred
"How unfortnlt," said Caleb after!, mark being a pigeon tied by a cord to and sell real estate and other property forty fret of north (Ive-elghths of south east. .

t" scratching bis bond, dubiously for fcnlf the mast' 'of a-.bl.,1. Tbo Qrsi Bonn lilt stocks, bonds, note., mortgages NoticeNotice quarter of soutu east quarter, section. nineteen .

". a minute amt then looking up quickly. the maat, the second cut the cord and or other evidences of debt; to loan la hereby (given thnt the underalgntd township sixteen south, range thirty I

as If anew* light had broken In upon the>third soot the. pigeon aa it flew money on real estate, buildings, has been: appointed Executor of theE east J. B. URN 1 KB. J Mir 1 B: Stetson. UniversityAFFILIATED

bla mind "how unfortnit that'rpn away. The fourth archer, having stocks, bonds notes mortgages or (PKaleeo tato ,of dlbtributees Sarah Louise and nil More persons, and. bv-all STEWART &: BI.Y. ttheriff.Plaintiff's .

I didn't have hall) n' cord more for then nothing leftf tot ,hoot. >drew- tie wand other evidences of debt; to acquire, taut claims or demands. against said batata: AttolneysCommissioner's ,

we'd 'u' ,comeout jeat square." tent his arrow flying toward the possess, use and improve, mortgage will present them) the undersigned within
,.'. I aky; that.thefriction and deal in real estate or other goods two YI are from this lute or the same WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.

Th. Flrit I j 1 HoJ.-mm.nL' j of ton air set the feathers on fire and chattels, lands and other real or personal will lie forever barred. Sale.In -..--..-......
The earliest traces of the EngllRhbouse It swept on like. a meteor to disappear property; to acquire, possess, Fla.
':, .. of commons are found In the In the clouda. ifse,convenient own, build operate and, maintain lease This Sept. 23, KM? Orange City; County.Judge's(Court Voluala County, tmLEO.fi) OF. ,LIBERAL ABT3-Standards are Identical with the UnlverCOLLKOK -
buildings ofVhI5aro.
all ; to buy Florid. aity
The stories told of Robin Hood'sacchory
1205. That Simon de Mont- : OF LA Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.VOJ.L&OJC .
: otherwise
year or acquire. bold or
improve ID the matter ot the estate of W.M. Pul-
Notice of tor Tax Deed Under
) j illustrated by'hla. wonderful Application MechanIcal and Civil Eu-
fort, eart of:'Leicester caused writs to any property real or personal which len. deceased OF TECBNOWOY-Eleo&rloaJ, ,
Section 8 of Lawsof
Chapter 488H '
..... be Issued In the klng'a' name requiring! "T..Irn"performance_._,as.,Lockaley_... ..,_; ...la... Scoffs,....,.. may be deemed proper in connectioniith Florida the" Under Hon.and J.bv Lee virtue McCrory of au ordor Judge made of the ly: alneerlug.VQI.LEtIE FOR TEACHERS-Five courses of study for Florida !School!
each sheriff of.a county to return to '/ the business of the Corporation, :! T.aobsrs, '
:' he upon modern credulity.; : The famous 4nd alao to sell and Nolloel hereby given that V. W. Gould, County .Judge's Court of Volusla County;? Yale Princeton ,
a parliament which proposed to mortgage convey Florida In the matter of the estate of W. I'JlIPA.RA.ToRY!: ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard ,
certltionte ass
of tax No. ,
,,; hold two knights'for. the shire under story' of William;'Teltt doubted,by as security for debt or otherwise dated purchaser the let day; of June, 1003) ba* filed M. Fullen, deaeH ed. I will sell at publloou Michigan Vassar.. .
,:' his Jurisdiction, two citizens for enib many persons. I Is believed by others to or In'' any other manner. To said certificate in my office, and bRa made cry to the highest and "beabbidder for .. II.UtI1NJtII; !:) A.OLLEGE-Bookkeeplnlt: Banking' Shorthand Typewriting,

,: city within*!Its I limits 'land I two ,buv4 have a foundation of factl There wasa do. a general brokerage business and application. lor tax deed to Issue in accordance cash at the front door ,f the court house ;'t"I 1BOHOOLO>' MECHANIC e ARTS-Wood and Iron Working- and Manual
Dane named Foke of whom the same act aa agent for fire and life insurance with law. Said certificate embrace In DeLand In said County'during the legal '
for each borough. The parliament Training
c ; geese story Is told and William'of Oloudas- and such other things as maybe the following described property hours of sale, on Monday, November aalJuontfl. 4th SCHOOL OIl'-3tU81C-Plano. Organ Voice, Theory, History of Music
T' thus called met In London on situated ID Volusla county, Florida, to.wit A. D. 11101. being the first Monday In
Jan.: 22. 12G5: and was practically the ley, an Englishman, la said to hay convenient or necessary in the Lot L. Todd deed Book tbe following lots, piece or parcela I Teaohew Ciura.SCHOOL .
In Grant per SO OF FINE ARTS und oil. watercolor, pastel.
shot an apple from his son's bead carrying: out of the objects and pur- of lead I lying and being In the County ft Vn- -Drawing Painting
In which the people dlttlugulshed 292, section 40, lie, 83e. In Faculty
first as twp.
poses of this corporation. page range lucia. and State of Florida and more particularly STETSON: ba 4 Colleges,0 Technical Schools. 16 Buildings
'. from the, nobility, anti merely', show his expeitnoss.Most l The principal place of business of The said land being assessed at the date described" as follows AIL of lot two of sollAoourses.. strong teachers, modern equipment, 10 laboratories. 2 museums
i aristocracy, had ever partlelpated. wit stories of bows and arrows relate this Corporation shall be DeLand of the Issuance of snob certificate In the blo'k eight according to Beardaley'a' mapof ftymnastum,28 class rooms separate dormitories for both sexes memorial dining
at name the of F. EC.: Kv. Co. Unless bal, wood and lion shops, manual training and domestic science auditorium
to the accurate aim of the archers,, DeLeon Springs; and also lots four and
was not until tho revolution 1083 but yolusia County, Florida. aald certificate shall be redeemed according seven of block eight according to Mo- flO.OOO) pipe organ. 19 pianos debating clubs, llterory societies star lecture
however that the people were fairly a Blalse de Vlgenene, to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the Tlmmona' map of DeLeon Springs both of courses Christian; association, general library (16,000 volume), special. law
and squarely represented In parlln- tells one that shows the tremendous ARTICLE III. 22nd day of Oct. 1007. which maps are on file In the Clerk's otflce library,noloed athletlo field, running track tennis courts, baseball. diamond.
'. menL The house of commons Is today force -wlth-whlch an arrow ''tnaY"betlS.) Capital Stock. Witness mv olfluml signature and seal of old County of Voluslit and State: of footbartrtfild.\ arlllr\.lke\ aampus, sbell roads cement wa.ks shrubbery. and trees .
pelled If' the bow-be strong and long The amount of capital stock of this the 20th day tt Hept. 1007. Florida. Christian (not sectarian) atmosphere, open to all deuominatlons, steam beat
the supreme power In England BAM'L l JOKDAN.. electric llghta,eteatrlo belie uoo08rl.8.lraler"IUea, exbibitions receptions, re-
,,:: Ita will Is law, the Iprds and king being enough. According to bis own accountof Corporation shall be Five Thousand Cloak Circuit Court Volusla county, Fla.By Commissioner., uital, ve.per..' aJr9I'ns, faatlval! Attendaiioe now biggest In bistorv of

,. 4, ns Walter- Bagehbtt long ago Ida- the matter he saw Barbarossa, .t Dollars (5000.00, which shall R. P. BA.MLIN, 1>. C. This Sept 26to, 1H07."Elastic" University. ''Otftler rnm patron; no money sparedr SteUob la lor Florida first,
W "ornamental" The Turk admiral of a ship called the be divided into aoo shares at par valueof CTh .. last, awLall' Was time. .
dared men power Grand Solyman, send an arrow from Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) per c' For Inforoiaton,.oatalogua*, bnl'etins. view, and folder, address
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I la
of the crown In England merely his bow right through a cannon belLy are. The terms and conditions upon PKE3IUBST!: LINOLS H0LLEY A. M., Ph. D DuLand Florida
nominal as Is that also of the honee which I
the hall be
Whether the cannon ball had a hole capital stock
,; of lords. When the people speak out paid in shall be as follows: %
'h loudly through their, house of ,commons through it or not be neglects to Inform t I (Ten"'per cent. on the receiving of

that as a general rule settles It. as, probably not considering so trifling tbe' Charter;!' and the balance to be .
t I. a matter worth, mention, .
paid be called for the
in u may by
: Perhaps the, most astounding, of all Board of Directors. l bcWAijcke,
Teo Impulilv'
stories about arrow shooting la that of
A man who had figured In two streetcar Bbpd Lumber
't : / \ ompalY]
r accidents-made an attempt after the Indians. that used to Inhabit Flor I ARTICLE IV. Bookcase
t ida. It Is said that a group of them Term.'
his second recovery to'renew his accident !- would form a circle then ODe would The term for which this Corporation and Desk combined 4) Will' quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near the depotat

t 'Insurance policy. The' company throw an ear of Indian corn Into the shall exist if perpetually., DeLand with beat cypress and yellow pine

refused to Insure him ngnln air. The 'rest' would shoot at It and r The business of this Corporation Permits as much or as llttlo
S "We can't afford to," said the agent ball be conducted by the following book space as we nted. Lumber
.... shell It of every grain before It fell to Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
.,'w, "on account ,of your.. habits. ; the., ground. Sometimes the I arrows officers' towit: A President, a Secretary Comprises Desk Unit with ,
"My1 habits" explained the man. ,' and a.Treasurer (but ,the offices few or many Book Units as
would strike It bard and fast thatIt
c. ,q "What's the i matter. with my habltHl so of secretary and treasurer maybe desired. Roomy 'convert Shingles Laths Etc.
I don't drink or anything (Ike that." would remain suspended In'the air held by the same party), and a lent attractive. Cat) and see t

:.fr' "No," .ald the agent "pelhaps not, for several minutes and the cob never Board of four Directors. A or write for ratffloc'W 105 All Lumber Building and Fire Brick, Cement etc., promptly delivered
fell until the last bad been shot j I
': but yon' do something Just all'' bnJ grain J. F. ALLEN & CO. anowhere In the city. f
away ARTICLE V. .. .
"" '
from our atandpolut.You, are Impulsive )
such this'which' '
It Is stories as fatly Officers.
take chances In I
you Justify the nse to which the expression Tbe officers) of thia Corporation DEUANU, FLA.
and what
crossing streets ,f/o worst
"drawing the long bow" I la sometime shall hold office for a period of one
of all, ;you get off a car backward! pat-Chicago News.POINTED year'and until their successors are DeLand Saw tanl Planing i Mills & Novelty Works
We knowv for ._we bare,watched,;you. elected and qualified and shall be

So far as this company Is concerned, H elected on the first Monday in March \
no more Insurance can be Issued to a PARAGRAPHS. 1908 u i and( Upon the first Monday in J.Tl CtJ1R 81 ''P"-opr." and Manager.

b man who u habitually leaves tbencnr '--
t crab fashion. The liability to accident.. Don't hunt trouble It will find yon. who are to conduct the business of DR.F1S'Sg D I

I :. l.. too creat."-New York Post There Is not the slightest sense backof .this Corporation aa its officers until T'J"; I1U'MBER i

: I .1 a great deal of hope. the officers are elected at the first A.ND: ROUGH, >-
The Ruling Paaion. regular, election and qualified are: Now is the time to order
,;;; A cerebrated' musical critic was''married When a man talks about his principles Isaac A. Stewart, President, Celling, Floorinr, Sidlngv! Turning,' Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window ana
he usually means bis prejudices {Dooc Frames Posta Balusters Turned Porch Columns etc.,
In church some aol T. E.Arnold, Secretary and Treas- Newel Mantels
year ago There Isn't a great deal. ot sunshine t l urer Shedding for Groves and Pineries. KsT Crates and Box Material a specialty

,.,. t after procession i the; 'marched ceremony down i a. the the t aisle weddlnj, the In the smile' a man.produces' when be. and. aBoard of Director con.i.tlDgj Simon' Pure No. I Ifor Contracts: :; /,taken. teethe;. erection of any kind of a buildingDELAND

loses. Isaac A. Stewart T. E...Arnold, .
organist played the wedding inan.li ORIDA.
.1,, : A'man Is always willing to lend a Mary Stewart and D. J. Arnold. !
from /obengrln. When near the and be of
I next
sure a large
helping hand, bat be does bate to lendnoney. your grove crop --
door, thai ibrlddgroom! I atopped 'In the ARTICLE VI.Liability. .
.' winter All the b :st groves use SIMON PURE
r march a,ut addressed.,the. wonderlu j .
-thus The man who wants to sell It Is usually FERTILIZERS and they'show for themselves : :
assembly Tie highest amount of indebted-
.. 'I.know.1.am.committing.breaoli the one.wbo has the least political lies* to which this Corporation cant J FOX VISIBLETYPEWRITERS .
Influence. '
., of etiquette as well as propriety 11 any time subject itself is Twenty- <
doing this, but I am; not to blame. It .Tbe man"who brags usually has a five Thousand Dollar ($25,000.00). E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville, pia. -

Is my mental organization which hits lot to say; about the things he Is going I _

,., become Ineffably reasoif .t. do. 'Want be has: done Is far less I I. ARTICLE VII. -
sensitive byf, Mame Residences T. E. ARNOLD DeLand Fla. ",
and Subscription Agent:
Ltat.5 ,
:. of th. critical nature o(. mjr.dottesJ' t.
I, Then he drew from the pocket of bin When a man stops I! to listen to two of Incorporaton.I L { : ,
Subscriber Residence Amount HAVE
/ dress coat a well thumbed copy of the others arguing,'he l I.'t. after Inform I I i : : of StockSub.cribllll :. ..

-. fi score of "Lohengrin." Opening' It..at tions Harwnnts. to butt In and air hi.owfli.vewi'Irn : -- --, .

;, ,- the march, be went over to the organist : one aide or the other.Atchlaon .- j, Shares The DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHINES secured by the wide
.and said; : l -tilobe.t"Nwppr. Isaac A.Stewart, DeLand Fla., Fifty MALSBY'S MACHINERY COMPANYLong typebar hanger'and heavy typebar. .
! ,, "What offended my ear was the fact "'; ; T. E., Arnold DeLand Fla., Fifty

t : that In the seventeenth bar of the via Day4 ;- England. Mary Stewart, DeLand, Fla., Fifty Distance Phone 574; PO. !! T j V! !! E WRITING
1 f." capo passage you flatted very badly,, March II ought to lie named "news D. J. Arnold DeLand, Fla., Fifty .. .

: {. and In the andante movenfent you paper day" for on it.l in the year 1702. I .4.L :33: Ocean Street, INTERCHANGEABLE CARRIAGES

slurred the appogglatnra. Now" pnfr 'J"la "published. tbe first dally paper. It ARTICLEVIII. LI ..' TABtttf.vr CARD 'WtUlIMO ATWACHMEijT: -C
? ting his finger upon the passage "let *waaic produi'ed by E.I Mallet, "against I I The seal of this SeaL Corporation shall _, ,,, Florida?;, 'LINE INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON

us try that again."" the ditch a t Fleet br$"& "-L e., on ornedntoAtltf hie'"a 'circular impression, bearing in '4 Portable and Stationary Ermines DETACHABLE: PL4'ENSPEED; !: ESCAPEMENT 1

;, 9. Once more the oigaqr|>eated) fsrtli ofjthe present Printing tbe.."center"the 'words Seal 1907," SI ------ I and Boiler. Saw Mills Wood Work. 1 AND EVERY OTIIEIi DESntABLB FBATCRE.

f and this time the | playericanWldbs HooseNtqtHfre.1 'Of a, single page two and, I around i the circumference the c .. i log Machinery and Supplies. Complete I !
,, Evrybthitypewrlter; thau-ihfcFok: baa SOME of these-features,
that the great critiC was listening to columns, the Dally. Courant professedto "torl "The DeLand Realty Com -.. .- : hale carried in stock Liberal Cher has tnenf .
4 no o XM Tb'd Fox etandg alone aa a mechanical marvel -
him accomplished his duty.-wlthcredltto give foreign'news Only without editorial .. pany.'' T( rm". Wite for catalog in typewriter building. .

himself and to the great tbs chief of staff I Isaac Stewart
sutlsfaci ooipmentay. A. It ia
the mechanical excellence of typewriter that'proves! Its
.'J,, lion of the critic.-London.' ,. Standards" 'supposing! otbfr3>eople l to have sense (ISEAL1 T. E. Arnold State Agents for the Olds Qa and Qa olene Engines worth and enables it to 'stand up" as doe a the Fox year in and year
encragQ to mWte reflections for them Mary Stewart
< I out under all kind of ..traln.Advertleeli..tatemena .- -

.:i. The Sick' Chinaman.Perhaps selves." This original sheet soon passed D. J.' Arnold l imalcinfr general claim.prove I nothing .
t nowhere'I.theworld i Uft Into- thebands of Samuel Buckley.sUbu .. '
Prove '
STATE'OF FLORIDA ta<} Fo* by a comparison in your office at out expense.

family e !lol.aqouif'OJULmQU' : _" ..IA.Ot..th._Dnlphlu.ln MHIt I Volusla County. WHle for'T cautlfuleatalof! | Just issued.OWEN1YPEWRITER. .

the Chineae./yet their method of dealing Britain," the worthy printer of the !, Before me. an officer duly author- I'
with ,the sick abl.t.the Spactato aa4,G n welr aaectedft to ).
: s *. .'. .. > ied ,, to take acknowledgments of tOMANY'TAM'APLA.
.., more' enlightened'world. When". favorite the Louse of Hanover. The Courant deeds personally came Isaac A. .

I son falls JU his llfa..4lc>pand was In 4735/ absorbed In the-Daily O > !:Stewart T.;' E. Arnold 'and D. J. '

largely upon a packages ofO" stick .. .-London Obronlcle. \ 4 mold,,.' and each' acknowledged the The Huckleberry :.
,t.4 t The; grieving fnthe* seek ..Joss-bovMoJ .. si-* \ foregoing' to be his signature to the I ',

t': procures a 'ttrthrfW'bf' these stftkiMud,' The Arelo"Ma AMraotlon- Charter of,"The DeLand Realty Com- 'u I -.!

,taking them home lights them. Dq ". cannot Imagine," said tbe woman pany." ," is designed for criticalsmokersv' ,..' I .
L. 'shake: them nt.Soon/ one r:11111.: with tb..-. ort .sleeves., "h/I.' the i Witness my" hand 'and official I I seal I -. .. .-
; a. :Those who appreciate "well V'
",Is Jt'UBhtetft Eagerfe tfbe <*>>''ewatches' .. worM KakuuosflLke: ia\\their iount/''yifteiithKJiave this loth\ day, of Sept., A. D. (907. ; f/' "'' -iu---: -----i.." ; ;A ,
H. Fanning. made thebest' I
4 It tWill Si tt bRrtI\ t4L < Hayes \ // cigar, containing
..... Jarn; * erg*, oUt? If It la; entirely consumed Notary \' tobaccos skillfully blended find' I'1 /
,,, had and seen In civilised plaC II. Just My ,commission expires February .G\ : n a> *4 ARMOURF13RTILiZERS
tb4aoe..wlfl..aurvtva4t4t. '
--.ut--) '
hotels the f JarsJ' **
:will ." II, IglOo Huckleberry :worth" :whfle : :
dio. It coea outt u
no trains no street cars,JlO shops, tfC f 4 r'
,fl., The Chinaman reanoos tbnsi ill Mil Ho schools, not, ''churches;' no' clubs, no .4. J
waat chased bs a 4evll and when tug yachts ; Notice to NonResident CO. tt
*, no aJll1altb4 .positivelyhave I ( LEE ROY MYERS
v deril eififhtth hS'Iainofl." The that For t'ab1
_; nothing we have. cu : \ FruitVeg and
;de11. deinouatretodl! bYtQlea. cpt the i"Postiblyr'thAt'< I."'th.' reason,"-thef .41 of CWeflIttio4fr"Seventb for Votasla Judicial 'Circuit In MAKERSAsfcyourQg4r3 'H, I
I riDrldatls) and County
Jose itibka tbat bin ion must die. Bad stay .where they are,"_ventured the -
_ _
'tbei9Jo, *.'*tiekr' bnrned to tM'ebd: twould BoaflfwitB' he dinner Jacket Judge. 1- labeoeaHamiuonkIf ;: & V ,( : ,:,: I. :i: :: Field Cr.opSe' .
have *lrntned the future recov"erj I--e- l'
'!of;jtbq, patient.,t .,Jo",jnjett iwooklIIOVB .A Co'r; *,it!' 'I, eaa EtaaUIion, ) \ t I .
: been cnlkid in, .fearful STkat'w.v1vidend To Voah Hrulltonf., .
:"a mot "
? .
popoia.'bt ;
,.,,. ,' din /iwonld Have' followed, 'and the Tjov description* which the vaudarlli po" j I I Ton are hereby required to *pp.*. to the t ,;'itt 'j ; i'oIIowIngareAtents1) la Voluafa(County:
-, 1;;t.. ..,, U,ii"l( oil &feMnrfri/ imp* w.iiU aavtfbvjftt I BUI Complaint) oleo herein against you ; hi
former the referred to the. flrial u'!i'l'i', 'k Z. T. ;
ilrlvvn on stage lip the above entitled cause on or before tbe : BIEIBV Poland.; Florida" ,
nwfl..2w.Tork.Ueraid.., ., .; ,' at the front .ntrtrice of'the/ .. MknHUCKLEBERRY kJ -I '
' ""..* U eili' tktUftof Kovmbr JM R "j. -;' ; B.: 1'. BAENttY. j PA'TILto' a b6.
:; ,l ,t .tar'as'llWi-elifht'.tolKr-a'weem'takn' n'* I I The Volucis County Baoord hereto y. ; >
.,j '"- '... ...*.gnsted a*the newspaper. la which thisrwbJlb J DeLeon Springs Port Orange.
/ tbe door "
/II thousand 4lara'
ItIr !44a ''fiII ww,wear* <.* .*published ease a week: tar A. a PREY A TT, .- ,J. P. MACCBJl I I
: J?! 1.1 i ;
_ __ t ( worth or_ oJd button.. (Rmr eonaaoutiv. week i Seville '
/ ",ft .I'/r 5'._: _' r.; .1 1 II ill l, I Wltom my hand sad'realof: office this Lake Helen
1..n.1 A..v ft!da*'of Oat A, D. lean -., : If p. 0. BOSTHOM. w. P. .WILKINSON. ;
Caua "erC.lebr.tli1e'ti { lOrmondOKCBEBMOBRIS > : < '
'" | (8.a1).) BAM'L D. .I0RDA N. L I > New Smyrna
., IbI: Je'4Jr'I.'J': rneV'UM' Bcboppor IV Clerk ',,.
... 'If1M' -, I .c '' p HDW. co. PUTNAM A FOWLER
,t a .bargain sale, today;'aid be,,ran 1STI:1UwrM1ItY. : ; I Daytona Oak dm
colebratlnsr her silver anniversary oUoltors for Complalaasl. :

.Mr.,flva/yearsT.: Qnnbusta-Is.'ra.she-married De"fltyt ___ ".

1&mr husband' BUT few |20.-j New,'York keep op with"wba4 la going on over V 0- .'. -..' ." .4 H ''ye,, Li U1 .4 I L--. : _Holly Hill! Hawk Park

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