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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: November 8, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
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, ':THE- BOARDJOF PUBLIC". .,'INSTRUCTION.+' THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERSWhat If You Want'the ,BEST (ORANGE WIAAPS'Ask'.for'



They Did at the Session
Thel/ Business*?Before S'tthe 9to
Held This Week. tKt1r:1..PA:
November, Session. s. f.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Tbe, Board met Monday evening Nov. present E L. Potter Cn-n.. R. D. : ?,?&? 4 22 ?'*2 ..8J-it'StS
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4, with uenbeu-preeent.. I Brooke, W. H McBride, John Cranor, t

'e for lnffantB'ttnatOhMtiren."The .A_ 'f ba minutes of the-last meeting were T. J, Murray and S, D. Jordan, Clerk. pac row t-s + g1r.I '

remrlland' .approved. I Minutes of last meeting read and ap-

,Kind You Have Always JIaagli ,lia8 borne the Mgna.. ..., i 0a petition of the patrons:Mr. A. A. proved. .
tore bnctuU:ltlV FPiteeti-nfa! ;<
personal supervision for oVeV SO ears. Allow no one the Braddock school in the place of Mr. were.submitted; .a !

f to deceive >you ,In tW., Counterfeits: .Imitation! 'andiudanger Wdolwine, resigned; and

recommen- District No. Repairs to bridge r nOHteun oA O .rw al OIrlk"n'

1 J "Just-ford" tats.AI$ Expea1meuts. and the Aation. Mr. J Mllligan was appointed and New Smjrna road. I Ia

health, of Children-Experience.against experiment. truntee at Ormond In place of Mr. E. B. District No Repairs on DeLeon .c" mf) I:4t! ;: a r

Bdtls.y ssigasd.. Spring" and Hpring Garden roml A t 6+t A .
1 T1 e d 'fo11HtrV.? : ::Al.ways: Bought: The Board ordered 100 blank books District No Repairs to Touioka 'i. Itr

i i-S ar<9-the-Sig record of the work of every pupil! Daytona road.District B n

Is'each school of the county. No General repairs. r A
) superintendent was authorized to The'matter of the Smith Creek bridgewas a rt

.! over all necessary physical apparatns referred to Commissioner Potter /1t t$' a'' e i ,

and chemical supplies tor the.high .and Road Superintendent! Sparkmanfor I

; ; school of the county. He was also Ins investigation as to the advisabilityof t
I : :fcdr'Over'.3Q. Years wi1i
; ttncted to bay a limited supply of : widening draw and the cost. ggty
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I "!"t. *,_" ;n w .an .. "Ow. e'.v glbbes, maps and charts. I The New Smyrna Brefze wan designated -

.' 1 Watts & Miller were given the contract ae the newspaper in which to '
Best and; inoM i' economical! to Use
for putting in another f nrnaoe at publish Tax Statement for the year '

) Prafas9hmdl t 5&rbs; the'DeLand. public school house. 1807.

II. ...1 i .. _.. ........"... J, CHOICE PEACH LAND 1 0n Tneaday. morning the Board took The Clerk was instructed to LOOK FOR 'THE LA BEL-THE, JAPANES&biRL RID.
set aside 8 mills of the 1907 road
np the regular routine business. The tax to
JUtES W. PERKINS, FOR SAtE ON EASY TERMS
treasurer's books-wsrvemdlted .and approved apply on DeLand aud Daytona road contracts For Sale Q. A. DREKA& DeLand -
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peR ACRE by .CO,, S. JVtALEY, Daytona,
910.00 to-ioo.oo ; old warrants were canceled; the balance of 8 mills to be apportioned -

ATTORNEY. and. ilAW GOUNSELOR-AT-, ,Beet Peuh Sxitlo, la the Stat. new were' approved and warrants to the five Comraissolnors IRELAP4I: ) &' 'II ICCAIL, New 'Smyrna.ALL .

S. A..BAKER, ,-, .Seville,..Fla,.. drawn for the same. Districts, share and share. alike. The ." ___
DeLand Florida. The following financial statement was roll being called the board vote! as -

Will Practice In State and Federal -, w. c. CANNONS ,. submitted and approved: follows Diet. No.1. yes; Dlst. No 2. I OVER THECOUNTYI I 1- 'Miss Alice Been entertained the SHAKE 'IN A BOTTLE.

Courts ; Balance last report . . .:$19,33783 no; Dist No. 8, yes; Diet. No 4, yes; young pe&ple Thnrsd/y night 'last 'at a I

Livery Feed and Sale'Stables. Receipts month. . .. 79 91 Dist. No. S, yes; carried. I Hallowe'en) party. All report ''very'
& BLY, Advice of Authority-Also a Simple
STEWART : OF INTEREST WAFTED TO
Warrants outstanding. .. 469 83 The Clerk was Instructed to procure pleasant time spent.
! 'Fine Fashionable Turnouts Justice docket for Diet. No. 4. THE RECORD OFFICE UY ITS Prescription.Now .
Dr. C. A. Stiles returned home last I
l ATTORNEYS-AT-LA .'c:L. The Tax Collector D. P. Smith
Bu meets all trelneat A. Dnpot. .l9,887 08 was CORRESPONDENTS. week from attending the State fair In I

} Office In Bank Building, DELAND. I, Harks. R,. meet trains morning at Orange and City afternoon, .and night F. B.U Warrants outstanding last granted a requisition for stationery to -- Atlanta, a,.','aD4 reports every pleas is the time when the doctor gets

Branch office over Poetoftice.DA Y'l'ON A trains at DeLand Junction. U. 8 Mall 'report . . .. . .. .:$ 440 00 the amount of $20.00. ant trip.'While1 thef Im'pnrcnaaed'' him busy and the patent medicine manufacturers -
both routes liaoks meet boats at Beresford The following pension claims were Urange City. the harvest unless great
Fish Gentle horses and caretul drivers. Warrants drawn this month. 97d: 73 a very-pretty' Iron grey'bone.'Mrj reap
Cary D. Laudis Bert examined and approved to wit: Sarah care ls taken to dress warmly and keep
LANDIS & FISH!:! Phone 3. '- DeLand, Ha. Balance in treasury 18.46085 (Miss Ada G. Massey the duly ac- and! Mr si:Edd Dean are rejoicing
.. -- Jane Fielder, A. H. Steagall W. C. credited ascent of The Record at Orange over their first little-arrival which Dr. the feet dry.' This is the advice of an

i ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Insure with us. I ., Total . ... . .. .$19.88708 Young Martha E. Jordan and aha. M. 3ity and will accept subscriptions and Stiles presented them Saturday morning old eminent authority, who says that
AT-LAW ads for the same. Any' courtesies 'ex. rheumatism and kidney trouble weather,
; 4 at A Board then adjourned to meet Deo. 2. Bell.The last.
be Little Miss Deen seems
tended her will ) perfectly
Now la the time. A. 0 BOTTd bond of Justice of the Peace for dnly appreciated. 14 here, and also tells what to do In case
Sapt. Kattsned '
With he't neW home.lArttat .
DeLand Florida
Diet. No. S was approved.The of an attack.
Will Practice Courts.In State and Federal-. Spot cash for losses. Poem-AC bond of Ben Varnes, beef inspector Anas Sherman la In town looking' for Cankwrlght: started hilt of thin ''Get from any good prescription phar

1 Special facilities for examining: and U should. be protected.company That t Fig A Correction. for Diet. No. 6, was approved. a house or rooms tor a party of Ohio week1" P palntfan T;{ H. 'Prevatt's. 'new macy I onnce Fluid Extract Dandelion,

perfecting land titles_ .1 ., ..... .lR I. 'DEAR RECORD: Your compositor Tbe 'bond of Nevell H. Clark 2nd. friends. home in 'the'' country. Mr. Walter. 1 onnce Componud Kargon, 3 ounces

, -. ,you insured ?; t :. ,,,1'tI bade a !sad mess of my little pig poem Lent. Daytona Rifles, was approved.The :Mrs. Curtis, a slater and niece and Andrews, of Falatkay dame Thursday Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla. Mix by

J L. MoCRORY, Every reliable. l last 'week "Sure" was substituted forfcertata" I Notary Bond of H. E. Gould was Mrs. Keeler expect to reach O. C. on aad did some papering for him, and he shaking In a bottle and take a teaspoonfnl -

in the second )lne.hoh" drop- approved the 6:30 train this evening. will soon have' a pretty home. after meals and at bedtime

ped from'ninth line (And oh, the sweet I The revolver bond of Chas. M. Bielby, 'Mrs' C. B. Mask returned home Saturday Just try this simple homemade mixture -
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand When does policy expire ? Miss Grace Cramer, )librarian at Stetson '
I your ; 'J JIII. tttnoltf,' eto). and final "." dropped from J. t!. Crewe and J. B. Orrell were approved University visited her friend Mine! night last after a two months' at the first sign of rheumatism, or

Florida. | your policy In force ? "false.' '" These, however, are not so bad, I and the Clerk instructed to Issue Helen Manville at "Tbe Gable last vhrtlng frtend add relatives'' Americas if your buck aches or yon feel that. the
1 ... they do not spoil) the sense. But the I license therefor. and Preston', Oa.' She wae'8Ccom-1 kidneys are not acting just right. This
Telephone number sixteen. dropping! of the last two words "or I The communication of A.T. Rossttter Saturday panied home by her'' Is said to be a splendid kidney regulator,
S.U... B. Wright. S. B. Wright Jr. ,
1 In road Mrs Jnlla Evans has moved oat of CJ; Herring and three little daughters. and almost certain for all forms
,; WRIGHT, HON INSURANCE AGENCY four,"from the end of a line near the re wa referred to Commissioner remedy
BRIGHT I bottom, is enough to make one's hair Brooke. the Bird cottage and has taken a room 1 We note In last week's issue of Tho of rheumatism, which Is caused by nrjo

'. ATTORNBY8-AT-LAW. U will find us at 10', Stand on endl! The copy reads: The Ronnao Grove Co. was granted with Mies Massey In the Sperry houseon Record of E. L. Smith's. announcement acid in the blood, which the kidneys fall

NOTARIES PUBLIC. When no kind of hog, with two lea or four, the right to construct and maintain a Graves Ave. ad candidate for the Sb rUf'i office. Mr. to filter out Anyone can easily pre
U!floe. at Telegraph Office. 'S'fttJon and DeLand. Shill trouble forever and.v.rmori I telephone line along the public road Mr. and Mrs W. W. Wood are here Smith has a host of friends In' this pre- pare this at home and at small cost.

DC ANA, -", .,c" ----" _.FLO1t1DA.E --- -W. from New Smyrna: to Olenooe, the' polls again, arriving Monday evening, and clbct!! which will no doubt rally to hi Druggists in this town and vicinity,
HODGKINS'Wago of said. line not to be set nearer than 14 .are again located in that cozy little support' he being once a citizen here," when shown the prescription, stated

ALEXANDER- -- -- Florida Will Also Go Dry feet from the center of road and to be Walden cottage and alit' know Edd to be1'a thorough that they can either supply these ingre-

J ; Alabama Ten. placed on same side of mad if possible :Mr. F. C. Graham and wife;are in good citizen. Mr. Paxton is also well alonts or, if our readers prefer they
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H A ATTORNEY- .A'i'-LAW..' 1i 1 Shop i ne.eee'/when. the prohibition bill goes and if a crossing is made the )line shall Jacksonville on business. Mrs. Benham known here, but Mr Smith has been will) compound the mixture for them.

,,,i j'' into effect! a well-known whisky/ dealer be at least 20 feet above the road bed. and daughter are holding the fort at the known longer, and' both are quite popular sty t

Q !D1ZAapd4Elodda. Delc4ND,1FLA..,/ of Atlanta was. asked the other day. The communication from town council Graham cottage daring their absence. candidates. Bible School Institute.

RIU .Practice- : in State and. Federal, Everything r in Wagons, Buggies Carts. "No,'' he responded, "what's the use of board.Ormond wan referred to attorneys of Mr. and MM Hood started today fora DeLand, The Rev. A. L. Phillips of Richmond,

-- Courts *- *- eto.rmannfactnred: \ ana' In my of stopping that close.\to Georgia., when camping trip on the river. Dr. Dick- At Churches. Va, will 'conduct a Bible School Institute
Hhop In i I thevery. best"'workmanship Yl n'lIooba"e.to move gla about the The communication or Lydia Holden neon will join them on Friday and!they In the Presbyterian church Nov.

Qtt. ( 'roA.. DAVIS, known.Sr.t-elaa.wnrk Only first-class turned men onfr1 employedand ; I have time'votrr business gets started. Theyare Was referred to Commissioner Potter. expect to be away several days. "Bon Presbyterian! Cnofth'Rev.1 121-24. Dr. Phillips is the General
all going dry in a few years. Anybody 'The communication of T. J. L. Brownin voyage." school work
added Superintendent Sunday
ately to my plant a Benjamin B.'Keepp'; Pa t01'.
, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON can see tbat. No. thanks. I re to Tampa Fair and also communication We are glad to see Mr. Hooker able ''Sunday school at 6.45.= Morning service under the General Assembly of the

DELAND, FLORIDA. ; won't stop in Alabama nor Tennessee. from Jacksonville Fair' Ass'n., to be on the street again. He came a of worship .and sermon .at 11 Presbyterian church; he i la known
Office at residence Indiana avenue It's Baltlmnre' for.ulna.-!' ,was' ordered filed for reference. o'clock.
Conrt Ho > few weeks ago very much ont of health throughout the entire South as one of
ass. ,The communication of Jas. Lane was and his improvement speaks well for in most able in .all lines of Bible
men
Office Bonn: 9 to 19. fa to 4, and 7 to 8. The Baptist Church.
referred to Com. McBride. this climate. water etc. Services{ at the Baptlst'chnfch will be Teaching. His coming is a rare opportunity
NLne-hundred'million dollars The criminal court cost bills were examined
RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. Mr. and Mrs Lovell who spent two .as follows: Bide school 10 a,' m. Morn- for all Sunday school workers
," have'l left America by lieireisesmarrying'tittaa and approved for $740.00. winters here two and three years ago, jog service 11 o'clock, when the Rev of DeLand All teachers and worker
The Clerk instructed. to W. R. Lambert will preach. B. Y. P.
was
procure In this branch of church activity are
in ; reached
EuroperlN Orange
; ; City Monday eveningand
PHY8ICIAN and SURGEON. books and blanks for Road II.- 6:45: pi' m.' Evening etvlce 7-80:
ly this much American money necessary have taken the Dickinson cottage Subject: "A Sin of Omission." I Good cordially Invited to..attend.
Office on' East: New York"Avenue 4 hai If Superintendent for' the season, where they will keep staging. Short service Yon are in --l r ----
DRLANDFroRDA.- gone to the Philippines. 'Commissioners Cranor, Murray and house, vi lied. The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
1" all this money were back in Wall Potter were appointed a committee to U. will meet at the residence of Mrs.
--- street there would ,probably be investigate the advisability of makingan A Mr. Gilbert and wife '
DR. A..S...MUNSON. '" no of a tfihgency. exhibit at Tampa Fair .and report at City one day. last. week, and lining JRev" W. 'darkness'Ph. D Pas'or.I Thursday, Nov. 14th,

.,.cry. money .' next meeting of Board. the place well enough to 'purchase1 real I Sunday edhoolr:46'a.: m/ Preaching19rvice -.... ..-

.ty: HOMEOPATHlc"PHYSICIAN.(! ,. L... Mr. Long was allowed the use of estate they at once bought the Stypes 11 a. m. pworth League 6.43. I
place, east of town. Thin winter' they p, m. All friends .and strangers, cordl Trespass notices printed on cloth, can
-1? Second Door>South of Ttaber. county convicts DeLand and Daytonaroad lvInvited." i special" nuslo by' Mr*. bb
Office Words of TralaaFor will) divide their time between Orange had in any quantity at The Record
3 Drug S*< i OFFICE! HOURS 10 to 12 a. m." 3 to 5 the several Ingredients of which Dr. tract as original agreement t with City and Lake. Helen
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COLD TIRH SETTER Vm Qsed,el given per St.!! Barnabas' Cha1'lIh.1St. .
and 7 to 8 p. m. Plerce's metUcttlt'Si are Mrs. Barcklay, who spent )last winter ---J
Florida. by leaders In .all tha several schools of board when contract w881et. Barnabas'Episcopal church Rev.
DeLand .
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?' Can sat your Tires withottt&taking medlolnelhowd have fat more weight 1 The following ammendment was offered in O. C., arrived Monday eve, and. has: dampbelt Gray Rector. 00 YOU GET UP
wheels frolD'vehfolt.III'W.uke out no
bolts, rub. no-paint or'turu-your! felloes than any amount of non-professional testimonials. by Mr. Murray, towit: That Mr. taken; a room with Miss Mall eY. Mrs Nov..10. XXIV Sunday after Trinity.
with a hot tire.' Come and see -It work Dr. Plorce'aFavorltePrescrlp- Long be required to pay for all county Uarcklay reports her brother;Mr. John 71;' a: m. Holy L/'ommanlon; 080: a. m. WITH A LAME BACK ?
: DRT'JdHN'REEVE"DELAND! and you will never have your Tires set lion bottle-wrapper has TEll BADOB, In .a full op noNBSTT list of alt on its every Ingredients prisinors used by him from date of his Marshall well known here, aa not BO Sbbdarj school! ; 1':SO'aj m.' Choral service

hot again., printed in plain English.If contract to the present time at the rate well as last winter .and will probablynot with' sermon. 5 p.i m. Evensong. Kidney 'Trouble Hakes Yon Miserable
1'ha for your patronage! in invalid woman and suffer be down this winter. Dally service at 5 p. m.,
; kio"lou yon are an of $80.00 per month. The ammendment i in ,
FLA.V. the a continuance In from frequent headache,backache,gnaw. Christian: Church Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
the feature, I remain lag dletr/ In.tomachperiodical pains, was lost, Commissioners Murray: and Mrs. Ben Thnrsby returnedleer Fri. church U sure to know of the wonderful
Yours to dlsacredLUa, catarrhal. pelvic drain, Cranor voting yea and Commissioners day from Mt. Dora. ,...whither she went Services next'Lorta In the Day.Christian' Union meeting! asritual I' 'j cures I Ii I
.e"eoo'SCOTT"O KINS. dnvrl down distress lower abdomen Potter McBride and Brooke voting no. to attend the marriage of her slater In the Presbyterian I Kilmer's SwampRoot.f f f
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or pelvji, perhaps dark spots or specks Sunday evening t I II the great kidney,. liver I
Smith
Treasurer then
The County presented! Miss Maggie Bostwick. We did Dot I ihnrch.! "Brother hiving recov
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and
dancing' before the eyes, faint spell [ and bladdorremedy. 1
klndfcdfym tom caused by female weak. his report for the month of October learn the name of the happy. goom; who ered* hl |beahh will' preach in the morn t It Is the great medl-,,
H. VOORHIS, D9II,0 'b t derangementotthettminlne with his books and accounts which takes bis fair' bride to New York to ing. All are cordially. invited. cal triumph of the nine',

organs can not do better than take were examined. and approved and paid. make their' future home I'nUn Services I teenth century; discovered
,Dentist Dr. Pier e Favorite. Prescription. after of
ll yean
I Ifiy warrants ordered destroyed I I I i
of sVeokm
l j JThed s_Italsurgeon'tknlfe.ndopers. The-union-sosrioe.> Sunday seleptlflo rsseueh by j I
P, O. Block,; DeLand, 11".. Sing \a may be avoided by she timely Report showed following balances will be held in the Presbyterian church. II 8 Dr. Kilmer, the arms!
". In such tbwlt Seville.We The Rev;; James' Conway.' ;' D. D., of .
8.80 4 tile Qf .vo Prescription : : -. : nent kidney and bladder
l.SO to
and
Hour* to 13 -_.L. es Omeral fund, . ., . .$3810.00 .BrookvUlaii" .,: will: ".....,ho There specialist, and to
t i iBnsjnsn 'i i.M wiT (Tiall will be special music All are cordially Wonderfully successful in
Road fund ,.. 80 60 promptly curing'ltm
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1ba.. stood the t..troe ,1..r, ... having ideal weather, ,:bat InyfreoV' : ''
a..eai .IBourse -* fund..8887.04r are 'back, kidney. bladder
- rid are std ltn tke lead. Their abolut. ||liy lql i/TT T ym-r-* Fine .and jorfeitnre urlo acid troUblea )
OLITSIA''COUNTY' ABSTRACT at..trer'.eawta< (theN..aamr..ar ol success l uiatrppnt carries o needing rain very much.: ;. / I J and Brlght's Disease,which.U the. I
%] !:! largr lelil of delicious vegetablat and i tJyftt'; HHUlffy-Br jftg lipme ''VavorlUFRScr'lpirOQ I -t- C ? '" | tr". M. J.Gable, .a noted'evangelist, Urm ol kidney trouble '
IMVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANWiI flow.., mak.th.m, th. mat'etitabi.and Kcomposed ol Ine very best Mr., and Mn. Aj M\ Flowers made a. win be In" Detand shortly; and 'will 1\ Dr. Swamp-Root .Is not reo.ornmended
COMPANY. .... _:, the most popular ave_ native medicinal roots known to medical Letter Watts &. Miller ,flrs4
to visit to the metropolis. of !
for
: wh.n. sold b all dtalm,, tWe sdencsj'for ta* cure of womsn's peculiar shopping HuM'math g.''W the 'CI tTYtss olr rob everything but If you have kid.ney
:Landlst+ f.N Aaau.l tca os rr1..1.e.tralt ailments, contains no'alcohol and 'no the week, liver or bladder trouble It will be
Bert Flsb, Cary D. { DvLand' FlaI Ue rM>1I""II.tD..y1IlOVLli8.hl'8'd+ ) eono It to Ibe r lbledy you Deed.: 0 It has been
President. Sec y and Treas.-I aloY.: j pops r Stieo (fujpfot m frpmHy In so many ways. In hospital work.In
t Prescription; > (twill not perform mlra> an)thing truer than this "Saok e""" dm A. Erickson, DeLand, was In town first ihvied-and bring your frleids.,, There practice, among tha helpless too poor to ,
Titles Insured cles t It.wlUags 4lsolve|l o r cure tumor not konslst ov' never makln blunders of be week.. chase relief and has proved so successful II to
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Ab ,....,furnished and titles perfect >, )lo m4d1.1hbkV1lh alt wiltdo as mush ed. Plats and.Blue Print Sup, prampllr obtain U.a. and ForeignPATENTS establish yIgorou. ealth in most weak.aa.e.'Mtd Mr. Charlie. Rushing over (ftornlupanola evmlntfi') y
Maps, .Il.al pe.ullarly IMld.nt to : N R Watklne of Lott Texas, had his [ fl. I beeti rhada by Vhlch air readers of this paper
!>,lied.' women as an medicine can. It must begitwa house painted some years ago and it visiting his sisters. MadaniMNewmans ,, Mio have not alrsbdy tried tt,.' may nava %!
TtOppeslte Volusla.. '.N'FLORIDA. County, ; Bank., ak seeebyperseverance La14U took IB gallons of what. he believed to and'l'lo'"en. I fUvj} Will BLantkeH( '..tid.-b. 'atbe"B.ptisI.cbsr ample bottle sent free by malt, also .a book I
DELAND, s n. Isledgth. of tike. = be paint! be bought it for paint and it Messrs.. V. H. Mc&rlde;:' .and A. B..' \ : Ssnday,, Nov.'10 asa tailing\ more) about Swamp-Root and how tonndutllyoahavekklneyorbteddertniubta. 4
4 C_ tI Oe'yi1Lrammt looked like paint, the painter said it was ,,
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Lambert I. State,,Seore-
REAL BSTATD 'AND< IN8C- f I : alar.' Prevail attendedkhtfl( \! *respebtfve! "' 'boirfls rooflttit ',/ When writing mention rvadlnc this(eneroua 1 I loHer'yIrtd'.hrnG
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Oil' .' .lck women are Invited Ito consult Dr. He bas had painted "again) it took 7 In DeLand the first of the week. -- eql lkfbd'bfdt+ palM) (wtf/ **o.J'' "< K fTL t,
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I. RANCE OFFICE d"YRADE a'n itol!
MARKS write 'AH'earrespondneels gallons Devoe.' '
Plena letter/re
by
O are beginning to move quite
aoges
r PatsnN anr i gnardea a/ ssvsredl:* MbreTand r ..fxMrtU fjW nit Mrewntth4'Ntapllr'' KWaerlTt Co..81I1fo ,
H'HKi"W..i It oost $68 before; now $33.: .\
''Eo" D' e M womanly. confidence*-are protected. by He knows it .In painted now, and be'. rapidly now from this pol ";'1Id prlr srealUed mavem.M 4n'.!'Ibrft a. \\Omuf- tM Smtaa, N''Y. ne
professional privacy.:. Address Dr. B. V. are perfectly >' *fa* him.. *ui_1 My aka andrwuretn..arr4; +It
CIty Property .a Specialty.. He writes CASNOW I U Pler sntt.Al- ..f .,' ,pjiDrTPIerce'sPleasani '<'d1, Jot that WO In a safe ''place; He's got r .' puw N.r.n/ ate!' tad 4ngatsts ?
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r' for the Aetna, ''Tbeleadln Are Irmnranoeooinpanv r ., ills l knowledge In a safe place too. Mrs.! : B M.,Woolwne.retaraedbometitteeparl1OflaM I lit,,Lagtbe.wt\ a t1loridias ( and a Ml.teke ..i .
V the I 11 Don't .k. bat '
laxative. .and reguhrtor-of m any rentem.
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of of thefemftre boWelod. Yours : week fler f a (m .
Aperlcone, truly tMUUasL.p.iak
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VOLCSIA COUNTY RECORD If Gov. Broward heeds the wise DEPT. SHERIFF EDWARDS
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"ham, advice of his own friends, there SENATOR BEARD'S PLATFORM. 'The "SUNNY SOUTH"Has

I will' be no extra Cession ,of the FATALLY SHOT r _...... '

Entoted: >A the Poatoffloa at Dsl an& fla. Florida legislature, Indeed. we Bon John S.Beard, of Pensacola has formally announced lilt candidacy for no winter to speak of 'yet.you .
.. seaotul elaaa matter. the nomination for United States Senator, and has promulgated/ the platform on
do not believe Gov. Broward is bit of comfort from, our
While Arrest of can get a
Attempting a which he will make the race, as follows: 4
seriously contemplating the call "1 candidate for the nomination .
B. E. PBEYATT, Editor JkProprieUr am a NEW PERFECTIONOIL, HEATERS-:
ing of an extra session. There Negro Desperado.The to the United States! Senate in the Dew1p + h

be need for it but two many friends of Deputy SheriffW. ocratlo primary to l lit" held In 1908, and
a
may ,
ONE $S
GOOD FOR.
A .
t'' OQ._ ____ .. ,
{ Joe Oannon is now preparingto sessions of a legislature duringthe P. Edwards, throughout Volnsla announce the following r_ ;

; assemble and go into session same year would be too county will be pained and with sincere I principles, npnn which I "k:, li 1 Heating Stoves, 2ooup.; ',
sorrow learn, of his death, which port of the Democratic people
at Washington. -' heavy anJxpel\l. OI.t,, e. tax red Tuesday.night at 10 o'clock,occur-I "First-A Constitutional amendment Full line of Ranges ,and Cook Stoves. .?. ,

In the state of Tennessee whis- payers." ,. the effects of a gunshot wound limiting the franchise to the white males .5 r See our "O hello" and ".Merit"I :. anges";>
1 by a negro desperado by the name ol of and over 21 years of Hge. : ". la .
key is now sold only in two oitie The, naval 'stores' manufactures Henry Richards, near DtoLandJonotlon, 'SfHtond-State prohibition of the sale IAt 3 3of t A Very Largo Assortment of "' ;! y.""" .

-Knoxville and Nashville.Prof. ers of Florida are up against a last Monday afternoon, while tilt! deputy Intoxicating liquors and federal prohibition r 4 HOUSE FURNISHINGS ., "

Lombrosio declares that serious, ""proposition/ They,have this eherlff wan trying to effect the arrestof of the shipment of intoxicating ; i,' ..
desperado.
the tree liquors into a prohibition state SPECIAL DISCOUNTS !
seen the product- pine : FOR CASH. .
Harry Thaw, is unquestionablyinsane. to".46o 'The negro was charged with breaking/( "Third-A 'strict and rigid but fair
dwindle from 78c per gal into& and Colt's revolver and !
stealing a l
.. Which arouses our first' and wise regulation and control of the # J
serious doubt the lon during; the.>past year, and other article from a Motion house near corporate power asserting the complete UNDE T KINa'Y
on subject.It the Junction and Mr Edwards '
went to
they are now operating at a loss. ; jurisdiction of the federal government

; would be interesting toknow' The'end of the! slump is not yet, the home of the negro near the Junctionto over Interstate commerce and the equally 1F4' Prompt and'Careful Attention. W-

have become make the arrest. The negro showed complete jurisdiction of the state over -Under Direction 01-"
.' how the New York panic and money matters
fight at once"when approached by the
the commerce within its borders. Mr. J. H. Gentry; Practical and Enibalmer
a Experienced
looked to James Hazen Hyde so tight that they;'cannot realizeon officer, and jumping behind a tree re. "Fourth-The preservation of the .. !

from the safe vantage ground.''of their 'outp t. Indeed, many turned the officer's fire with the revolver states and of their governments in all of HON JOHN 8 BEARD. r ._..__ : Night Fell PII_ 14e. ...-j'.l.: '_

Paris. banks.ave, ceased advancing he had stolen. Mr: Edwards' fire their reserved rights and powers, and Watts&' '' .

money on this business. mimed and In one of the shott from the the support of the federal government in Its whole 'delegated constitutional I Miller'" Co.m.' i'
fussing the ball struck the in the (Incorporated
Now they about negro deputy vl or.' ) I::

widening''' the Panama Canal Through their, attorneys, Gill top of the hip, passing through the low

locks. At least this indicates and Giddings, who were, fined er intestine and lodging in the opposite Town loafers," I The new crop of fall Irish potatoeswill
I side of the.body. Mr. Edwards was
that there are going to be locks 91,000 each at the'] October term. brought to town and Dr. Davis was will be the subject of the address at soon be in market. The big/ crop of -
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to widen some timer of the Volusia;County Orininal : called and oommenoed probing for the next Sunday vespers at the University, this Vegetable this county is grownon Highest Market Value t -
the muck lands around Lake Louise,
's Oourt-for 'rnn'lngbI1l1d; : ',,tigers, ball but It was not located until Tuesday beginning! at 4:10: p, m You are Invit at Seville. School Commissioner Pre- SG''OBEL & DAYAUCTION
critics GladysVanderbilt' when it extracted. ed. The business men and professionalmen Squaree
>
Newport accuse are'getting tip papers .to 'go be- morning, was vatt, ot the north end district is one of A Deal '
noble fiance'of being fore the pardon ing,board to ask It was considerably: flattened, showing of DeLand are hereby cordially In. the principal truckers on these lands, '' "
it had struck and vited to this special vesper service. We SPECIALISTS[
that passed throughthe
a "tight wad." ''This is an that said fines be'' remitted or and while here this week disposed of .
bones. Mr. Edwards suffered have all thrown in our lot together and
objection that. probably.will.disappear 'no hip about 100 barrels of hie fall crop of Irish Florida Oranges
greatly reduced, and there 'IiI great pain;but .was conscious up to a are interested In the community.The potatoes to Messrs. G. A. Dreka & Co Grapefruit, Tangerines, Pineapples, etc.,

after his marriage.We telling what.that! board illdo.! shortwhile: before the end came. vesper service last Sunday was --- -- b

J Just as likely as not they#will let HU; wife, two sons, over at Trilby, well attended. The music was especially From the immense stocks of goods Daily Sales at Auction. Remittances Day After Sales.

suppose that tariff revisionje these two kings of blind tigers of and a daughter, Mrs. Thomas McCorkle, good. The great chorus is getting the DeLand merchants have in and are "*"A K".........*Tn'_ I 335 West Street {"

among the things that come to Volueia "" scott* 'fre Our of Lake county, were summoned, reaching better and better every week. Miss getting in, one would think that they W, HSafins and f. O. S'brlqc' I NEW YOKK

those who wait. But some pea go / DeLand Tuesday afternoon The I Conkling, a real singer, was heard with have over done It, bat they will all be JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .

ple are careless enough to die Qriminal Court is cleaning out body was embalmed by Undertaker J. ,much pleasure. The address was on gone before the season is over. Read --- -- -c.

the blind tigerel'ili'this' county, : H. Gentry, of Watts & Miller Co., the I the subject of "DeLand Homes The their ads as they appear in The Record

before they get through waiting. and if the ,pardoning board'will family leaving with it on Wednesday I vesper committee of the University from week to week, and see what they The Hobart M. Cable PianosNo

not interfere Judge Stewart and afternoon's train for Trilby, where the hereby invites all to attend. have to offer you You don't have to
politicians burial will take place. "Town Loafers' Is a subject on which do any mail ordering when yon can get
Solicitor Perkins will one ever thinks of making comparisons -
County Sheriff Turner and a posse started In the president has been invited to preach just what you want from the DeLand '
,, Hughes' indifference to the pres- surely make Vulusia a dry pursuit of the negro ae soon as the news Ho has consented to do so reluctantly. merchants. i' I between the Hobart M, Cable

idential nomination does not county. of the shooting of bis deputy reached The people of DeLand are all Invited -meeting ,9 Pianos and any other Plano The
At the of the Wo
regular
the city. The negro had made bis escape and will be cordially welcomed to this superiority of the Hobart M. Cable
seem to be of a very. convincing The Hon. John S. Beard is into the river swamps. The berIff' service It bas man's Club on Tuesday the program .
weekly vesper a spirit-
Piano is marked that when
quality. was given by the Civic Department so one
making a vigorous campaign in bloodhound took the trail near thenegro' nal uplift in it. Come and bring your
under the direction of Mrs. Montreville speaks Pianos It Is simply the Hobnrt
home, and followed it
of his for through
the interests candidacy friends. Profs. Carson, Frost, Staley,
having the United States !Senate. As the swamp to the banks of the St. Johns Suhrie and others will receive the people and consisted of a paper by Mrs. Goodman M. Cable. This Piano Ie a delight tot

River, near Crow' Bluff There it was gladly on behalf of the University, on Child Labor paper on the Industrial the skilled musician. The tone is rich

newspaper advertising. But if an orator, Beard probably hasn'thia lost the negro either swimming across and polite ushers will show the peopleto Condition of Women, read by K. :; clear and harmonious. Don't think of
in the state and,hil Mrs Webb, and informal talk fi
an by
equal
,
a politician ever pays space rates the river to Lake county, or effected his their seats. Everything will be doneto '
Piano until
Mrs. Carson on Pure Food and Fireless 7 purchasing a you hare
whole public record has always through watered down '
for it, somebody is sure to cal; escape swamps make these services effective in reach :
and heard
the Hobart ft.
musical seen Cable
There three
c him crooked. been on the' side''of the people.He the nver. The officers think he is yet ing the hearts au.1 consciences of all the Cooking. were
numbers, two piano solos by Mr*. Rosa Piano.J. .
is the State Senator somewhere in the swamps there, as they people.
present
I crossed the river in the search but and a song. by Miss Alice Cook entitled
Alabama is fast the A. I ERICKSON handles -
joining from Escambia county, in whichis "Four-Leaved Clover." the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
found no trace of his having swam the Stetson University .
prohibition ranks. In a wet- Pensacola and is a man of fine St. Johns
Is supplying Its students this winter The annual meeting of the St. Johns ]
and-dry election held last week, Should he be Sheriff Turner has notified the officers
legal attainments.
with the grandest courses of lectures, River Fruit Growers Association will
Birmingham went dry, throwing elected to the United States Senate of adjoining counties of the escape of concerts, dramatic entertainments, oratorios be held at the court house at 8:30 next JOHN B. WELCH

110 saloons out of business in he would serve the people of this desperate negro, also putting on club meetings, plays, chalk talks Monday afternoon, and every member ,

that city alone. the state well and faithfully.]] guard the all Atlantic station Coast agents Line.and conductorsof The and addressee The Carnegie library and every fruit grower of the section ORANGE CITY, FLA..

posse _
should attend _
this
will be formally presented during Uhantanqna meeting. The orange n .n n. n .n.h'
William Jennings Bryan, the Elsewhere The Record presentsto was out all Monday night and Tuesday week. Dr. Byron King ofKing' growers should keep organized, FANCY AND STAPLE -
the voters of Volusia countyMr. hunting the negro and Sheriff Turner GROCERIES -
"Great Commoner" of the Dem School of Oratory, Pittabnrg, and should see that the St Johns River I
will not let in the search until Richards

Beard's platform, upon up will put on scenes from Hhakespeare'iplays. Fruit Growers Association remains a TOBACCO AND CIGARS.
3 ocratio and third- is captured.The
. party, possible which he will make his campaign description of Richards is as follows Professor Morse will present live institution, to be a power for goodto -DRY GOODS SHOES HATS ETC., ETC.-
time nominee -
of that party for before the Democratic primary : Medium black, 0 feet 6 inches Haydn's oratorio, "The Creation." Florida.the fruit industry of this section of Best and Freshest Canned; Goods; constantly on hand and all first;
the of the United
presidency next year. He is now preparingto high, walks straight, weighs about 189 Roes Crane will give his celebrated --r' s class Groceries for your table.

States, may be Tampa's guest speak at all the principal pounds clean shaven. He came here chalk talks. Wendling, the lootnrer, Gould Bros have closed several deals Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market In Connection.
hie lecture "Saul of Tar.
during the State fair in Febru points in Florida. from Sumter, S. C., about five years sus.will"deliver Three beautiful Chautauqua on vesper this week as follows: C. E Daniels loon Order. receive careful attention-and;- delivery; ; "prompt.;; ; You will find my price.

ary. ago Ybor, and City.bas people living at Tampa and services will be held. Other attractions Minnesota Ave. to J. F. Allen $400. as low as the lowest. Give me a call
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The iron horse has already Lots 1 to 6, Block 11, on Ohio and
Ouba accumulated a na- Mr. Ed wards is fromGeorzia and served have been partially engaged, and
Amelia avenues, to 0 B. Webster
,
. tional debt and is threatened made its appearance on Long under Colqnitt in the Civil War. Became will be announced later. con
sideratlon Lot. 1-
$800. 8 and 8, Block
with a general strike. But she Key, and will soon be skimming to Florida many years ago! and STake I 13, on Michigan, Amelia and 'Ohio;

will have to come to the front over the great bridge at that for the past fifteen years has been jailer the Cheap Excursion Trip to owned by R, H. Gillen to O. B. Webster KLIGKER BROS !
and sheriff of this
'with a and financial place. One by one' the keys a deputy county, a Consideration not stated They
war scare a
bran man, but tender and genial in his Winter Park.
have been the have also rented the residence of Chas Merofaant TailorsFour
panio before she be considered conquered by gen.ius "
can and
"Pad.
i disposition everybody was
The A. C. L. R. R. Co. has agreed to Campbell on New York Ave. to 0, P.
a real addition to' the of Mr. Flagler's engineers, Edwards' friend.
,, family run a special train to Winter Park on Goes, President and Treasurer of the
of nations. and the work-will; go'on, until One of the sons is mayor of Trilby, Nov 16, the date of the Stetson-Rollins Scovill Alfg Co. of Waterbury Conn. Doors South
the other marshal of that place..and deputy Consideration $800 for four from Fisher's Corner
months
3 Key West is reached., When the football game at Winter Park. The I
President Roosevelt should not clerk. They request The Recerd to Mrs. Carlisle's cottage on Ind. Ave. to
fare will be $1.211 for the round trip.
train goes, over the Long Key I. N. Smith of New York and
the O. P.
return the family's sincere thanks to Suits for
h?: be, blamed ,for the impending bridge the road will have earnedIts the DeLand for The train will leave DeLand about 11 a F. M. Societies house, Alabama Ave to morning, noon and Suits of shades and pattern.
,financial panic.; His policy is people sympathy expressed m. and arrive in Winter Park about 1 N. W. McClellan of Daytona.ESTABLISHED night, new,
name of "A Railroad into the and for the favors shown. Suits that fit
many you, too, just Suits
He is p. m. The exact hour will be an superbly Hned all through
after
t alright. the criminal A few Mr. Edwards
Ocean. This bridge is across a years ago came noanced later. The railroad company right, and through,

k financier, not the honest man deep channel and is only protected near being shot to death by a negro prisoner requires that at least 100 person. be 1868. Suits well made at prices$ rightSultsthatareabargalntrue{ -

of great means. But the criminal who knocked him down at thn jail, for the at the above Waiting here- When
. from the gulf by guaranteed trip you appear
I a narrow took his gun, shot him In the breast and A. F. YOUNG & CO. -
rascals
will bring on a panic rates. Anyone who expects to take the "
strip of submerged reef. It escaped, bat was recaptured. CONSULTATION
. if they can for their own selfish makes a two-mile run at this The office of sheriff of Volusia county trip will greatly oblige the managementby Commission MerchantsIN : FREE I

,means. seems to be an unlucky one. All sheriff handing the above amount to Fred -
point with no land on' the south Botta manager of the foot ball team, KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand.
" offices are dangerous on account of Flplrdaff I If
ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT
The estimate of 8,000,000 boxes nearer than Cuba, and nothingon the character of work that must be doneIn to make up a part of this guarantee

y of oranges as the present crop in the north but the mainland of running down and capturing desperate fund. If yon can do this a receipt will -

, Florida is rot.: It is done simply Florida. This is not' the longest criminals. The late Sheriff Kurt. be given you and your ticket will be WHY !!!!, "., .f/!!!, f'fI! "
which the f/f/!!' f/'J.oflf!!!!''''''
handed the day on re-; : 1I!
. to induce 'sell was killed by a desperado near you on e-rcr: ; : IIIIr'e-r: ;:;
; growers to at a bridge on the road, but it pre negro train Is run. Any assistance along this You should see MR. BUNDICK, their \ .

L ,lower: price than the condition sented more obstacles and is a Ormond.[ the present Sheriff Turner'sif9 line will be greatly appreciated by the -.peclaf.geat, Putnam Inn. ill .
hung in-the balance for weeks last
U. warrants, and very few are selling greater engineering feat than all management .DeLand, Fla. W. \
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rear from being accidentally shot by fI -it ,, WAITS
.;': below 91.60 per box on the the others combined. Key the late Deputy Sheriff Charles Hurts, FRED BOTTS, ,Ai ,;
f tree.This is fair too West Citizen. Mgr. Football Teem BECAUSEThey -- ,, (tm \
a price, who was also accidentally killed by his U/
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for.the grower. ', .. own gun on the coast a few months ago U' (h f?
fi 0 Dr. J. W. Spencer, in a recent In addition to these. Will Kreamer.: a Tne city council I 18 certainly doing Grapefruit are specialists. In Orange sad General

, ,; Bob McNamee, the Napoleon paper, has given some interesting nephew of the Hurts boys, was killed at good work this year in the matter of They are the largest dealers In the Doit m Hardware m

't' of the 'Gulf Coast, has not yet data in respect to the age of Orange City while assisting as deputy public street improvements, Improve. ed They stales./ are trying to make YOUR interest

.1:: '' .announced his candidacy for gubernatorial the Niagara Falls, says Knowledge in the capture of two white desperadoes mente that are appreciated by all progressive TIIRlit, ; Interests. m .. .
fill
* years ago.Sheriff citizens. These Improvements i Tbalr I'aollitlea a'e unaurpa aed. DeLand
; Florida.
honors, promising the and Science. Soundings at Turner Is olerlnll'loo rewardfor make a little more expense to the tax lnrae.t''They offer you market the advantage In of the three Oi /m, ::

people that if elected he will veto all the points great changes in the capture of Richards; payer, but they are of that cbaractor of New York ornice Boston and Plt' bucg.tblaeountry, \1JfI \

any state prohibition bill that the gorge have been successfully]] -.+.--- Improvement which are a lasting beauty They Usually offer,you one the ban advantage to BUY of ezperiene their tor",. ., I t/* To the Public: '1ul '

m r the legislature)might(; pass. The undertaken, borings' were put The members of the Woodmen of the to the town, and are factor. In the enhancement two years' work in.the'.orange Industry. for .tj. ,

t' brilliant' Napoleon has been on down for the exploration bur. World lodge of this place formally unveiled of all properly of the town the Mr.asking.Buodlok receives by wire the. actual Having leased the Oodrington building on the ;"
the beautiful monument Our beautiful street and sidewalks are aa'es prices of Orange and Or.petrolea..b \\Ii east .u of the Boulevard (better known
the the
the stump for.the saloon men in ied valleys and' instrumental over as A.
lff- dar and keep. his posted the P. Davie i"" .
of the late Brother. at once admired by every stranger patron* on old building) I am now
grave JH. Krnse, opening
a cornplete -
all the counties whererecentwetanddry'elections made of the original river market, 80 that they know dally what the up
surveys into the The council Is } and f
at Oakdale cemetery last Sunday after coming city. sales are i, : carefully selected! line of General Hardware ,
: have been. banks* The, mean- recession noon. Headed by Consul Commander made up of the right material-all enterprising -r tai fncludin* Builders' Hardware, Builder f Supplies I

,held. of 'tbe'creat line'of the falls is a C. Fanning, many of the members and progressive/ citixens, men We wish TOO would W., Stoves, Glassware, Tinware, Cutlery, BlumbinKSuii toto; '-',

'The 7.-1 {state''"elections held : Found .to be-4.2 feet a year under marched out to'Oakdale at 9 o'clock of taste and full of the needed. public Consider the Following Qnestloiui:.. j i ,plies ie and all gooda carried' in the hardware line It ,toto

in existing condition; and this rate the address for the occasion being made spirit. Does th* CummUalon Hon..'you trust \uiwill 1111 aim to supply 'promptly- the people- Deb: '
' many of the states. +(last Tuesday by SOT. Mills of the Jacksonville lodge.Mr with your fruit give you, the advantage of 1' .Land and vicinity aU gouda in ray line, good of stand ,,
failed td !indicate any trend 'of has approximately-obtained for Kruse carried A. F. & Co. commission more than one market '' I :ard make and warranted at the lowest t
a$3,000 policy In the : Young ; merchant Have they been In bulaa long enough prices possible..
a, ''public!opinion upon national i.1,1' is 227 years. But' 'this'rate will Woodmen of the World, which was paid *, bave an announcement in this to look out foryour interest la all It* '
,
For the liberal .
,wee.. :The issues' were entirely not-give the age'of the falls, on the widow a few week after his death Issue of The Record They are very phaaeafIF Above all have they given. yet caUs.M. uj. ,\I return grateful thanks patronage\ given me in past past ;

:' :local.. : ;'In Kentucky':, Repub account of other great .variations by the bead camp, which also furnished\ large handlers of ,Florida orange and l.tactl'la In the put? : ,.. eon stant efforts to. further, assuring merit the people of my i:"

In-the volume' the river-'and tbmonumenaA.. rrapefrnlt. Their representative can '' NOT WHY 'NOT?' \v ;{ .their conOdene and, i
: .licans carried the state for state ..patronage. m
S : the height ;of 'therails': them be seen at the Putnam Inn.. The housegive. $ 1 4 4j'

:.offices,,'"I'but' the legislature re- ehThe'chief change 10'.01. though she did not have you the highest market price, and ;ASK MR. QUIVDICK. tf// I avail nfyself of the present. opportunity to say g .'

IrgLinra') !' ,Democratic. Tammany enough to prompt returns. ,. that 1 am not conneoted \
for
answer the Oen'luB M or financially interested !
ume of water depends oi the fact In any i-'
oat in New York city over -- with
.,* won "' reau has now pitched on the 1e.manner:. any other hardware or business house in :::0 1
that Lab Erie alone
Tthe fusion ticket of the Republi 1 originally At of the ; and that entire I time ; .
'I I her-ie-law as the a special meeting city noun- Fisher & ,'Swinburne'.irtJsui.PafDtors .my capital and atten- 1t
mp moving will
was discharged over 'the''falls tion be
vtJ., s. ,cans'/and"Hearlt'' Independent o&u.n oil held Saturday, night last, Messrs. uM devoted to the development of the W. O. ln.
.. the majority of divorce "
'I' '' "' when 'tbe.uppfi.ot J water;:Vs John L Nnokola, E. T. Grose and Ceo IIIt-; : Watts Hardware Store, assuring customers polite
4' (t" Ipa're. r0110': :.YOIII.ony'wa.,re-, i atm
.. the suite .T..Self named .. of *, tentron and quick delivery at' ,r
,\.., :.:l"i."' *mayor:;of Cleveland by I only,onerflf teenth,:of present were managers the i i all times. M; .
,: '.' .\ di cbue., The cutting with the special election to be hold Tuesday next .faper-Bogen ,- s, / Remember the
,
location '
,
: .; majority, defeating! ; );iJnst: when, everybody thought I fur the purpose of electing a City Treasurer ui -across the Boulevard W
full ,of the 'water-of the / from the :
i; ; : : popolarv Republican 'power the.N WI,York panic had passed I in the place of Orant Bly;resigned. Hal e. grocery. m
"' four lakes .varies at times according Latest end Color: is *ii ,
n from'Obio. !Ai ao without evil Mr. Ward Gould bas announced his .Daslgtu 5teck.No. .
w- any results, we discover ,' Respectfully
'/ to the height of the fall, and the' \ / y0urs, ;Sf
candidacy for h will
: loftl"anet, :
election. ldWO .
\ *111t t i ia calculated'-have-.occupied: that it has furnished TomtJawson e m,
t .. \ *. into* ,GOO 1ea."lTh. entire age"of J with 'the 'excuse'for'an'otHl :give general satisfaction to oar' people, A I* |B. Rkh Avv,, I.w 'W.' C. WATTS.. a
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tAJI'.V,)j I lf \ week. at Fisher's.:' "e" '
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) Mayor True, of'Orange' City, was In Special bargain. Fine 'box: paper. for: If WE sell itIt's ", :s
> r town Tuesday. 30o at the Studio Shop I

Brill ban a new lot'of new postal card New postals of DeLand 20 dUr.rent'' "
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/lJiln51fA' d di $: albums at popular prices.. kinds, more' coming, at Brill's. either GOOD ,,. ,'4\

Eggs are 40 cents the dozen at De. Mr. Otto Klrohoff,of DeLeon Springs '

: Land and a scarce article at that. was at the county seat Tuesday.The Or the BEST the money can buy. ; ; '
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best piano tuner on the road Ii
Mrs S. C. Fuller and Mrs. St. John ,
i L Wade. He does a lot of the DeLand I ""
were in town from Orange City yester-
< DEPARTMENTS1TQRE: day. work. I 1
Call at the Woman's Ex: : and Bee outline I FOUNTAIN'SHartSchaffertr
Mrs M L. Winters will give a danceat
of fancy work I
.l the Putnam on the evening of the edibles, etc rugs notions ,4'

13th Inat. Capt. J. J. Beers, of the Emporia ,!
section -
and ExclusiveLine Prof. Frank R. Onborne returned the .
Afew
( was at the county seat the latter '.
first of the week from his sad mission to "
part of last week.
Buffalo: N. Y.
Mr. Fred Conrad, cashier of the Men MarxOur
'-- OH1- Quite a lot of fresh vegetables are
chants', Bank
Daytona, was at DeLand
coming Into market from track garden ..
:,) .' .. the first of the week. .

. around DeLand. The mother of Tax: Assessor S. B. '
Mr. Dan Blackwelder from the north ( Tailors)
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.. .t.M"7J..tLINE.RY.' Wilson returned from South Carolina
: end of the county, was in DeLand the<
,,' .I' 'Il 1 I ,! first of the week. the latter part of the week.

Deputy Sheriff Ed. Smith, who has
Mr. A. C. Haynes. gathered and shipped THEY'LL FIT
j announced his candidacy for the office
a car load of grapefruit for Judge
.SHIRTWAISTS./ ot Sheriff! is over from Daytona. WEAR YOU'WILL .,
Stewart this week. :
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.. ., Have your horse clipped at Bates WE'LL SUIT
from Wabash, Ind., and are at their
: Silkand( Stables, west New York Ave. Will be I .l I
Tailored ,I done while yon wait. old quarters at the Putnam Inn

County Commissioner Brooke al

', ; ; : !; !?\\f : ;' ; Bobipelaii. # and{1Fpured from Mrs.a John summer's Cranor stay returned at the Saturday former the connty seat the first of the week was to

.,. '.Iv \. oint'd'esirt home in New England. attend the regnlar monthly meeting ot Fountain'sNobby
his board.
The Atlantic Coast. Line and Clyde .

: ., Linen Plain/ and Embroidered Line are taking lots of oranges to mar- There are'about 2,000 children attending ,
the public schools of Volnsia county
ket from DeLand growers and shippers
Most of the schools will have a seven
Some very special bargains to be had months term.
in china ware at Brill's.\ Room mast be
Mr. A. C. Haynes bas the old Florida I
made for new goods continually ar
DRESS GOODSBroadcloth Fruit Exchange packing house in full
riving. Hats
operation sending off oranges and .
,' Yon treat if
are missing n great yon
grapefruit by the carload. NEW
Mohair are not attending the vesper services Stylish ShoesUptoDate
Choice lots for sale on Palmetto

every auditorium.Sunday afternoon at the University Court, "University Heights"/ adjoiningthe Furnishings .

Panama Voile College grounds. For prices applyto
For Sale Cheap-Three enameled E. H. Hayward, Agent.
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Fancy suitings Serge combination bed steads, and one mat- Mr. John L. Chandler sold at auction

trees Apply to J. B. Taylor, No. 930, last Saturday all his household goods,
Henrietta Cashmere New York Ave.
farming implements, eto., at his late
Batiste Cheviots If you want a good family hors you home place north east of town.
.. should see R. D. Martin of this place Fountain'stAnnouncement.
A E. H.
rare opportunity Hayward
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at He several back with
CravenelMoneyBak once brought ,
ha on his sale list a furnished
him from
Kentucky. hones, ready for occupancy, on a fine

I Everything points to the best tourist lot In a choice' location Get it now. .._........n..n"nn'n.n"n' ...n _nnnnnnn.nn..n..n......
the winter that DcLani
season coming Both Lake Helen and Orange City are
has had and the had, crowds
Silks ever town
shipping fine crops of oranges this season I II The Marsh Market.
here the past few winters I
and these crops will bring Iota of
1 For Rent-A new house, furnished money to the growers of these two hereby announce myself as a con- '' If yon want the choicest.cuts of Meats
orders with The best of
Three bedrooms for didate the office of Treasurer [eave your ns.
one room servants places tor City
Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
All modern conveniences; best of loc,,' Notice to public-Tuesdays and Fri. at the special election to be held Tuesday I I,Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak
tionn. Inquire George T. Haynee. Nov. 12th 1907. fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon .
Taffeta and Peairtie days are the days I deliver fertilizer, eto Courteous attention and
sole prompt
V. W GOULD.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Davis arrived but leave your orders with me anytime delivery

from their Massachusetts home the first T. E. Arnold, agent Painter C Marsh Bros.

of the week anti are occupying their De Fertilizer! Co. To Piano Owners.

; : Land home on Rich avenue for the win. We are glad to note that W. A. Allen
ORANGE GROVES
The 2nd week In Nov. Wade the
H G. A. DREKA& CO. ter.' & Co. have added a truss departmentto tuner, will work in DeLand. Ord.reBent

Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bond arrived their already large/ business. A department to Mrs. Swift's will receive at Are paying splendidly in this

from the Ohio> home the first of the of this kind has been very tention. Price of tuning five doillars.OSTEOPATHY vicinity The time has gone by

PHONE -r-1.,, 77' week and are at the Lake Helen home much needed to this locality. when be bought bearing for orange a song.groves We have can

for the winter. Tax Collector Perkins Smith and a few bargains left, however

Dr. Moeeley, the osteopath has arrived County Commissioners Thomas J. Murray

f from Kentucky, and has a suite and E. L. Potter, and School Commissioner Dr. J. R. Moaeley graduate of. the HOW IS THIS ONE?

of rooms at the Carrollton. He has a George Crouch, came over Klrksvllle School of Osteopathy, un- Flve-and-one half-acre

. . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . I. s.s'HNHH. + card elsewhere The Record. from the coast the first of the week. der the founder of the Science. I one-half in bearing, one-hali<

With the $100,000 University library Office-The first floor of the Carrollton grown, all in good, healthy con-
,- Mr. Connelly editor of the Florida I Hotel, over G. A. DTeka & Co.'. dition, baa constant water sup-
"" """' --Th.'Do .' '' -. Agriculturist, was in town from Jacksonville together with all the other buildings dry goods store. ply for irrigation, and also con-

NOW THEN.' t fWhy any sane person should wlsh.to LOCAL SYNOPSIS the latter part of the week. And going/ np and proposed to be erected Hours-9 to 6, or by appointment. talus:
nurse any anlmairjat-; ,mealtime ttla was a welcome culler at The Record there will be plenty doing at DeLand 108 cords of wood for
difficult to' see and when that animal; office. fur carpenters and brick masons for a firing worth ..... .9 3U 00
Fruit Iril (loathe mutter'' fnlrly'passes I coraprclioiulon. THE IMPOR1'ANTNEWS: ITEMS! O* year ahead. 200 boxes oranges on
You Need Some Mrs. C. O. Glover and her accomplished FOR SALE_ trees, worth... ... 300 OO
With nil[ bin good qimllti i Louisville Probably before six months more'
THE PAST WEEK. daughter arrived term 1080ft. Hand 21n. Water
Trees.. on.Yoiir'Loti. J : i. .. \ the frlcMul' orimnq hits", n ,mostllneas'tlug .. .'- the latter part of the week and are come Contractor Cannon. will have Several extra nice pipe, worth.... 140 00
Habit of cadging for fowl their DeLand homeon most of the work of hard surfacing of New meter worth... 40 00
Having bought the business and nursery 'w.hcuev rlie uses silt onJ' >4 ft''' able Local. _.u.<.t..a<.xU. -.t7. Item for the PO|>l.*. occupying Yoorbls Ave. pleasant the DeLand-Daytona road completed- KENTUCKY! ROAD Grove with
4. clean 'Compnulon he In I ",,('\\tledly objcctlonable. good fence worth. 1,600 00
stock of E. H. Hayward a .-Country Gentleman JF.p.r--Brief Mention of Wmoli .> Mr. Murray E Hall, formerly mer Contractor Long has all the grading MARES from 6 to 7 ,
lot of trees, I offer bud
healthy young ? nearly finished.
ded and grafted oltros. pecan peach, ----'-- 'If j HMO by our Boportor.tJT. chant at Seville, now In business downon years old, not afraidof Total.$2,304 00

and other fruit trees of popular and fine Better Casil. Than Caverns., the East Coast at Sebaatian, was at The Christian Endeavor Conventionof Above property can be boughtfor
varieties, at reasonable price I Hud the gayest ensues In' the air Taylor.JDentut. I DeLand the first of the week. He has the East Coast District of Florida Automobiles or One Thousand Dollar

Call on me at my boos ID DeLand, thnt wore ever* plledfaribetter for ,;r..eebgardeQ reed at Fisher's. a daughter attending Stetson. me..tsln DeLand November IS. 18 and Steam. Apply to (1,000)).
or write for what yon want foe deliveryin oouifort aDd for..0....than..the.dungeona Orange buyer.. 'are In the land. 17. All friends are cordially Invited to ,
Dr. G. W. Fisher went to Jacksonville
November Decembr or January.. lu the .fill- that are dally dug and WE HAVE OTHERS.
attend the sessions of the Covention. A
Old for sale this offloe.t R. D. MARTIN
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caverned oat by grumbling discontented .j papers Tuesday to meet Mrs. Fisher, arriving ,
ALFRED HOWARD, large number of delegates are expectedto : :
Ave., DeLand. people." -Balph-Waldo EIIMIboQ. 3 I >r. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. there via the Clyde Line from' be DeLand, Pla. GOULD BROS..SCHOOL. .
Michigan ir i : ,- .II. ;- 4""v ji "J Cardboard any size '01' color at the New York, where she bas been spend- present.Mr. ..

Record offioe.Fumlsbed. log several months with a cocain.Meeen. Ira L. Smith, who was steward of
The College Arms two seasons ago, arrived ,
Fisher & Swlnbnrn, the new
I t Rooms'1 cards be had
can this week, accompanied by hie
.i.. firm
Go r at the Record office. ot painters and paper hangers,
wife and child.
He will fill the position
were over at Enterprise the first of the -
I New postal cards arriving all the of steward at The College Arms this .
week to see about taking a contract for
.J V.r'' t time at the Studio Shop. winter. He has held a similar positionat
epapering and repainting the Brock
Wade will tune In Det nd 8nd weekin House. The RnUaeanmont Lake Placid N.
I Nov. 'At Mrs. Swift's. Y., the past two summers. '
returned BOO'KSNEW"
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Mr. C. Willard the latter
orntoJMr. and'Mrs.'Adam Kerr, part of last week from Miami near The Putnam'1s entertaining quite a

Friday Nov. 1;' a fine girl.Mr. which place be Is putting in large crop number of guests Proprietor Brown
V.. )0 bas been busy the making r
Ii .V. S4',I Fountain went to Jackson of tomatoes. He is l the largest truck past summer

n) > JJH:: ,,",MAr'J a2TNiSAFETY ville". Wednesday. on business.. grower; In the business down on the improvements to this popular all year-
t F = East Coast. round hotel, and be is especially preparing -
SATISFACTIONFOR
> COMFORT One Thousand Dollars to I loan on Improved to accommodate a larger nnm-
realty. :Gould Brae Agent. Mrs. E. T. Grose entertained at AND
winter
mr of visitors the coming than ..'
= = Bridge last Friday afternoon, Mrs. C. the house bas before had.
: .ever.
Mr. W. A. Allen returned the latter
B. Rosa winning the handsome souvenir
of the week from business A number from DeLand will accompany SECOND HAND
part a to
MEN WOMEN AND CHILDRENResult trip .
RUPTURED Penaaoola. of the event Mrs. Gross also entertained the Stetson foot-ball,learn to ,,.,

Tuesday afternoon at the gameof Winter Park next -week Saturday
from wearing the best Tru8 properly fitted.! The right party with capital can secure Five hundred.
; where a fine game Is to'be splayed with .
We sell the best Truss and fit them free at our H. Hayward.a paying; business by consulting E. Have von paid your occupation tax: he Rollins College team: The Stetson G. W. FISHERA.

license? Yon will find that the last legislature team shows np strong this year, and
new room. ". :Therefore._. ., many teams employed added number of business oo- the boys will maintain the victorieswon .

hauling in oranges from. the Bielby uupatlons to the taxable list which have on the gridiron in the past.

hammock groves." heretofore been exempt. This tax was are --- -. -- --- ---_._._- -- ---- -
ALLEN'S ? The DeLand people finishing nphe
DRUG (STORE; [lIt came near' frosting during the cool due Oct. 1, and your license is good until greatest and bnsleft year In the
snap the first of the week. The mercury .r
Next the following Sept. 80. history of the town. Yon can readilysee .

waa down in the 40s. ':\11'. H. A. Wright. of Gienwond, was that the city Is making rapid strides

DeLand' Ffa.; "I. ;Mr.. (,. '''R., Martin.. a merchant and in town the first' of the week; He bas In tbe'matter of n.w' buildings going H. WOODALL is

..,.. _. -.-- ... councilman of Orange City, paid De- just returned from his orange grove and up, and a general improvement in all a
... ... .-.r-'M.-.-VMr'--n..IR J..pv-YIOrYnfMl. Land business trip Monday. pineapple plantation down on the East parts of the town.'She bas never grown -

---.. 'County Superintendent of Roads Coast, and is now opening up his packinghouse or prospered as she Is doing .present:

}- _.._m"a ,, frank Bparkman, from i the-comet, was at Glenwood to pack and ship There to one thing that DeLand needs, Fine Groceries i t

at. the county seat the first of the week. the orange crops of that section. and that to a beautiful well-kept park.! \

:Mre L. "..Davis* and'little Mary'returned Jim'Erickson is certainly a hustler In with a profusion of ornamental trees, .

.. : .bi3N51 Or 8 Sunday from Oadsden. Ala., handling and selling pianos, organs, be J palm, magnolia, 01'1"0081''ar' "

J:1Liading: rp. where they-spent. "the, .summer. 'with' *'Mr. I talking and cawing machines For the and citrus trees all over it, togetherwith We have added to our already large assortment of ..:.n.
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DavisJ firs* week: in November be has sold a semi-tropical shrubbery, plant, Fancy; 'Groceries the Battle'Ore k' Sanitarium'Foods, and ::1,:

.. lrrY The Woman's Exchange lunch room number, and,has several orders for the lowers; and roses; skirted and oat np A

h Furnitur&UoGsel t of tYoluafa 'Coui1t ia now opennd w.will serve all who delivery of pianos in the next week or with shelled walk and drive. Bat it .shall.endeavor to keep.. a full' .assortment at all times.

\ two. He to selling to, people all over will take thousands of dollars for the
home front 11 8. served v
"""\ to Oyster stews. 1 COFFEE AND -TEA '. ., .;
I .. the county.; to have such and
i/a l L: rl Fddayr.:4r: .. city park just; now
r ManagerJohu (J. Holland, of the Col- he funds can not be had for this :
Drang '.sr..1.lho.i who care to parpose t
IP'O. We are still giving strict attention to our Teas and
DROP IN" .ell their fruit on the trees,, are havingno loge ",rID...'."d Mrs Holland, arrived but such a.park will 'come in the 1

"".11.. 1StylestinParlorand't I trouble to do 'so this season i and at From the North this week, and he is
and see t!. 8'ufWewesti.i. 'food prices tooT lug to at once put large force at workto tart was made a' few yean back. It grade ,.weiaoffer, ."Barrington 'Hall" and: "White

: ''I.' & get the College Arms ready for the ,could be made snob a park: as suggested "U UM f" both good values". In teaa'we have.Tetley's. '-and ,
Mr, Bedford Jqnes, who will probably .
f..1 opening December 15wlth.the prospects ,bove.I 1 White Rose both brands; -- t
; be in the aloe for the offlos of high sheriff I popular: ... ?.};
".h I .-. of.Voltula& county, war!la town from >t a'very: successful aensonabead J of ,We are receiving our' Fall Stock of canned goods,'. \.j'
Mm. The hotel had''a fine season last
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: Diriiiig Room fur"I"" DeLeon Spdngu-.Tuesday. II(t'. 1 fralU and vegetables .-bleh.lou will find only reliable
) winter, and will have a better one the SPECIAL 'SALE! .. ... ,
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r' I t ''({ ''(. ..1' Count Commt..load" McBrid. and ranting season, many.'room. having. already >Pack, ;- .,..?OT" A; .

nit re.. ,' '. School' Commissioner )Prevatt cam* la I been engaged.) Mr. Holland is Greatly .ReducedMONEYBAK' Qr1C ; ,Hoping to t aveyoumake, -'-as call.I and.assarin: you. tl "., .'
i'' If'' from( Seville Monday to attend the No-. 1I' '. 'tMiH? 1 V'5.
t' one t of the most popular) and succmufnl "polite' attention, we remain very rem ettally, i i1Ase
. I J L rembev' ses k'na/ of thei. .eard*. \ |j, tourist hotel;; managers thai come to SILK. ,'" < ..t 1 i'r ::-;fIA'u".4! \. a ;1f: ttioV; +'

''. Mr.QeorgeN' N. poster.', city clerk of BJorlJaTrverywinter.. The past summer Two Days Only,1- Nov. 8th and 9th. Phone. 79 .A.' ;JI."QOPi\ r.--i; :' 6
Piton No 63 .r\J.LBN & CO.'.DeLaaci. Fa Orange City, IlJeDt the first of the reek he has had charge an elegant sura- ... ; ; :
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,. .. I}'DeLaaa.1I1aki..p the J007 tax list summer_, hotel. .la the Adlron- STORJB ._ "' L''','' '''!f. \ ., ::,,,,.

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.. Mr'A" s" 'M'' i Wtt1 RAILRoAD WRECKERS. THE PERFECT' WAY. -Guardianls: 'Notice*. l.I

\:: LI'ERARY DAINDtE!. 'MA'RK .i. I Notkoets hereby given that the under- .ITLliT C COASTe
.1 More Strenuous Workers Than Fir* .Igned guudl.n the estate of MattleZ.Q. .
ii. H Aohleved In Uraen, a minor will, on the Ttti dsy of
Disraeli's Oorfioui Clothea ._ ,...,,- .."""Ucte"lne Results Fighters In Big Cltiu.The Many a Florida. household Will Find November A. D. IflOT apply to the County
.on' Queer Oet-up. (His First Oams. i. | career of the wrecker ou a. big Them so. JudfOkor Joiu.M.ouoty, Florida! aAJUa. ot-
Dickens pridedi 'More'th o forty years ago In San .'fallroud Is like that of u fireman4bd'Bre'deportmeut'of In floe liuOeLantl. lor an order to .. '......eaofHawb'subdivision
and
: :Lord: Lytton Francisco\ the.ejIk'a staff adjourned upeo ''' If yon suffer from bnokaohe, of lot ttve, block Imttt,
a bill city, only '
Uteu.pdanlehUCln of tbe <( being to
themselves on j aooortilng a map or pUt OiERIllilY
of clotlW thelMliJhlbUed >..aflu6IOB 4fita| work nt 2 o'clock Whore strenuous. Like the 'fireman, tinaraketaJaoa There is only one way. to cure It. the matter to a great bowling es- 'The perfect ,, Is to core the kid property of said .
before that of Disraeli In the In the morning dllty, every second xlay way minor.NNA L.GR-u. '. ". .
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i: toys( when .the novelist./ "'.'fawwonnti tabIl..mtIlVW.drt. .. tharei-wonp (,twelve $nd nlght/andr, like the, rewunl.th"l, neys.A bad back means sick kidney. Oct. I. 1907._GusrOtae.( -
t was Invited.'father perfunctorily .! '
London Tit- alleys. 'wrsckec brave' blliuards,", and Atet
the
to, the politician, says i Neglect it, urinary troubles follow w1r1flpoalfdaraRCS"dreplIeLandd .
of etlquetto by.which "al1l'Cllt'
matter Notice
and a !
as and
,ioften iiardnhlps
mt A black velvet coat lined with ,B OKUSJ fating Doan's Kidney fills are made for kidneys I

satin, purpl. trouiMra with *. geld bead 1, nwau, thiit.l )um Invited po- \lruel suffering and even death for 00 Iy. Notice is hereby glven"'tiKif>afca Undersigned ,d t' SEA8JN WflKElB4 f8B l0tlaold// Hatty* coach eBjcjrti"na-cio.zo.

atrtarlet walrt- IItel bat iBomufgcajlj? \ whendWldItb' rSUVluK of life a11dp&operty., But S B. Lemons clgarmaker living at has been apnolntodJOtecmtor *l:"4ae I'stMd each'TitesdayrlhrtHIUMays. not-gotodln parlor or fn .
running down tbaasanv lIIeG1h..1I'II'lth.lltbonks. / nnd / Estate of Sarah Louise 'Morse: and all : rtlfl Gaily;,
coat with elegant-face ruffle.
, length .. to cover, hlnjiands, and jvblte I!! the.Z lalJled"Bnine!"-tlume Bfey-yeswtg fellows < never covers an area greater than "I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they III will* claims demands then to the aifiilnst underssjcneii said Estate within Coast LineNo 82 No 80 "Norfolk Flyere"-Nq 85 No 80

gloves, the outside of which were de(." became nt once eager and anxious inul i<.ha most., >opuli>>>uii section of a city-the cured me of baoi.ache and disorder of two present years. from tbi!
rated with a number of valuable rings, urgent to hove my society. This fluttered Jfbtt I traversed by the wrecker covers a tbe kidneys. Two or three times on ao- will ba forever barrel.Sty !t Me RaeWoavllk :ft30a' 7 0p *ter JdcAmtirtWeifl. ip) BUCa
miles and whereas \ $ : 7 *W Jaafc M>n$* e'G alp> II 30a
hundred or more "'L". ctNo1fVtl1e"9'aea p
.. were, with the addition of a profusion me, for I perceived uo trap! !!ud i count of the pain in my back I wan unable Orange (-11:1 a. 8 Ar DeLand 6 ISp 1 OOp
7 BOa 26p
l leafaaleboomforb t
he flreinnn !Ie lit touch with at Ar Norfolk
of !gold cbalni t&a't (Meandered about I '"JiHoceuili'| ( !nod gratefully...n J'pt! \ttknJlFlbvtfahddt ;d ; 'while to /go to work for several days. Tbe This Hept. 23, 1U)7() .Norfolk
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t' u.'hl al> ra114Gysyaelr..yrk >y as hemsy'snatch p..U..n: BhtQelt; tlleeog.Cara
psraen hid:AoI Dtrequeot hti
Hil feet,,mot Infrequently the wrecktf I'
t ... boUI eaiMakutd tile on Notice of Final Discharge Illustrate folders, containing maps, descriptive mat-
.ttev..IIOB'! .gd-Op'Uaithu..descidbac Is landed In the heart.ofa,, ,wilder- bad condition dark in color 'and if I Write for
also I toDie. information address
fj Sovllu club: game to me, and they explained allowed 1 INotlne" Is hereby given that six mouths t tarthoteldlaeaitetel. Far rfBLpijBBoam or any'l'IIJIet
by a fellow member of the '... miles and miles from the nearest to stand would become of'theconsistency
; would be an hour' playHpttd s. of "tilt f UI>6Dt.e or
.that there alter time, namely, on the 14tb dnr ..n.' AtlantIC YeDtk
1 "H. wore a black dannel stiLyt withy tfi4tbej< ) player who scored the curious knitted tie twisted Ite 4 lunttf fewest ten strikes In the hour would < "If.d':'to'lptlvrtlon.X remedies/ 'iakingwhar'Beemed' 'like < ul- 'Gtaeqiuj, formerly Edna Bennett S.oa>iiB) Ffll'CifB'Ul' E9T( JACKS NVILLE!, FLORIDA :
I
J. Lee:; MoC'rory
i t. be bad Wellington boots rather tight have to provide oysters and beer for I Boinettmea when a 'big 'wreck' bus Ions of medicine and I aluai'pot on>paatera .< nJy: float. Uounty account Jurlge..fn'etu.lwouuat'Fa. to the Hon. 1 71P '= .;:a a'trwu.

t', dark trousers a JjickeXand a,*blte I disturbed nverveverloualy fciu*n 4"and r cars IBlldll-.iDeII"are. bnt ,a' all nntil # 'an'lI'aRk for annal r
,, %kn ltmbtttatio! '4 yiUftrf nothing helped me / aa such guardian W. J. CA14.P T..M T. C. WHITE, Q. P. A. 4* :
lUj-
r; sombrero hat. BuHtbe chalet i.to WedrnhlgJtt. on crushed ,and .,.imanglodMdles dbeobegeIDat.d r" C
< since It promised me ; i
I kotDoan'. Kidney Pillavupon the d- N. 0 ,I I
Item of all In MB cdstmi: ** wui this the,,wrecker Is rushed, through June tub 11)07.) .' flbiri1",i&t41''t <: Wilmington
that
.
rag
..
VM orry: & a AMHMMMMI 4
\ whloh .tyw wore lkfupteyifB( fw ajI! snowdrift to work trotibwent'pfour vice of a friend of mine, antl.D iug them 8. A. TOOO' V f -* I"" r'
lady' sealskin cap.t detail had been overlooked In the be- MirkneHs and OiisrdlunNotice tlMI >Ml I
about hi. boulder. as"ed..at ah* /> rlde.1 would not at- : to'forty-eight hours with I according to directions they cured me- -- "
glnel \ |
t "g 'Bof tmY' in a very short time". .
I neck by a fancy braop&jVwblen. o lowe to back out now. so I stayed uff'even a bonco to flake his cup off. "
f daffodil" 'Tor sale by all dealers Price 00 cents. to Creditors
bunch of asiolsi lb"'te nearly-oomplat-
held together a In and did what I could to look satisfied _adjust
:.The dress of Gerard de Nerval the and glad I had come. It Is not '* .along comes another .alarm that Foster-DltlbnrnCo., Buffalo', New York, Noltee Is hereby given that the underelfeneci1 '

French!' poet was, on one .occasion) at that I looked as contentad'-as I l dnda him sixty or seventy miles In an sole agents! for the United States has been appointed by the County!1111I.mbn B. 'S1 University

c'' last In keeping with the lobster wblcb rJJkely''Wanted to, b.ut:!\ the! others: looked,4ndent i P08lte direction wbere box cars and Remember'' the 'name-Don'8-"ami ''Judge ot of the Volnils Estate rnu-'ty.of Helen Plot W.Ida Poet., Executrix All i

f bows.w.nttoieadabuuadenantay'tl y ., >ntcK" colored' ribbon tttonsers,, )coat, nildwalstcoatwere UrtnbW te4bld4 tbelrlovU II fact high, paralyitug the road andCosting'thousands --- all pin-sons having claims or demands i .

ofti green aallDRi slaved mabtosv l to stall d i '' 'dollars'' worth of Agreed. against! said estate are hereby topwscdt .VnrFniTetrwrTH lilt. uiNvomrrY OF CHICACOCOctEt1Evr.It1JEIt.ufi.nTs .

diffIrnit1bueltolreprt> ,, every ,\\"lfc--I'.l rather starve than cook the same, duly autbpnUc.led1IJtb.o\ ,..
l' hOWeT I'.et\a: ) and bonv'ta sttxip-dnd\" Ijww to amm'thball 1 lossintunaand prestige--almost iutbe.imepreeorlbedby law or the same -------- --

"J, I aent the varied colors of the sea under and how to let fly and then the < iliisbnml.- I'd rather starve than 'have will, b. W : lden tlck WltlAhB; Unlver-
His bat was beau.esplte barred.ADA.wnwra.l : =D tandatda are
diverse conditions. began. these hardships, the danger, you 1'C"k.llnrl'r'. Weekly : '

,y,' adorned with long strands of seaweod, I. game The results were astonishing. In I,:file excitement and the bustle of too Rxenutclr.Patett tJO-'ltVr.'l.. 51M1of laEyo'FLAW .ersduat6eadetdtMdwlas.ater.mmatlonlnFlorida, ,

while around his neck he wore a string, my Ignorance I delivered the balls In '''trrlt 'endear tt'to'the' men..... W. ''Every action l Is measured by the Seabreeze. Fla., September I IE -OF TECJEMUiiUaV+BleMrloal. ., Mechanical, and Civil n.

I," or; corel beads. The wepar.M buttons yiH/of' )his! apparMly> WferrKmaf' ( oWptstbo! right ::$bllM>r In Appleton' depth of the sentiment. from which It., Notice of Application tor Tax DeedtUder *- R" t"'Ilp TofifeBGrHPOB: !" TEAefIEt' a o.Phe! douWes-of study lor Florida School

r, coat and waistcoat one but no! matter#dttrinaihalf an I proceeds.Emerson. | ection 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws aobers. I

f. while on his breast were pinned soveial bout t.Mvet) stutttd.w bajl,, down the Ii EASY FOR WORPHY.Otwyof lot Elorida PRB& A.J'811Y: AOADE.M.Y-J'or CbloM ,.JIarMrd..Yflfl Princeton \ I,

.f' pebble brooches. ToraainpMteJbbP' allay\\>tb.t didn't sdwe VJitem( i strike i : Not tbe U hereby given that P.R. Bennett HIuwMeseaa- Banking, Shorthaald.'type. wrltlog, :;,
he carried In his right BlJI'N Ed COLLEGE-BookkeeplnR, ,
;t: marine garb ait the otltat cad'Vte others .. of tax Certificate No. 36ft.
eve"7caDJlt *+.. Qraak-Crwis'Master'and' 'a I/ rohM r ,
. hand a NennneM? rtrldoo ')L. "loud". .r":. .toe then grlp"4eel! 4...4 tMMr Joy ) G.lebratsel Painting. WANTED! SHIPPERS ATTENTION dated uhe 5th d.yof June, luoo has Bleu Bu.i.nu y dt.vr.tyJCeHrpOOL'OF MECHANIC ABTt)-Wood nd'Irow .....erk1nl{ and Manuale'tkldflloLUF)1t19fCPtlFigtl7ttsgl .
lumas;) the elder was certainly with It. Now and tben one of sold oartlfloate' In my offlou, and baa made
of personal adornment. along i. Morphy.onIre'visit'to'PMtadoipWa1wao application lor tax deed o ao- ailp")4tsoryy" lllstory of Mualc, W
Intthe matter them got a ten strike, but the occurrence -of clergyman '" oordance with law. Said certificate em. (! I
'J Bit was not Infrequently seen abroad' was so rare that It snral' no -thogaest; a Florida Grape bnccs. the following dOIlO.lbed"pro pertp Taaoherg' Course I!,
Oranges oil, watercolor pastel.
the ,Rev, Mr. U. On his arrival ut th0folder's : '! fcCHOOt OF FINE ART8-Dra. amHMaang
I !
; unltorm''Iplentlfuliy4beeprinklawith
In-ia ; fib situated in Volusla FtorldVfcKVrrALot I
of giant score county, 48 In Faculty,
ahow alongside my home the chess master was >' "B 1'KTSON has 4 Colleges, 5 Te "' :"8 1.- 18 Buildings
j medalllC'"<4ecQEatlousof binowndesign bey_ tlaracn4Medaat 4bdIend.AAtb / and fruit and Tangerines. 6 and A, block 3, Green's sub In block -.olldooune strong teaoheM, modem equipment, 10 laboratories. 2 museums, '
, ,'while he once attended en ambassador's : Roll plltl 0.fth4llt coatsnaiadgathend 'list uoliered Into the library, his -- 53, Daytona .|iS| mnaalum,25olasgroomseeparat.dnuftaveaforboth" sexes, memorial dining
I v
half lIaioul'l
, reception wearing S .-shirt eonrt flu attention was nt once attracted by t a grapefruitand The said land being assessed atthfearftfl" nail\, wood and Iron VUUV, manual training and domestic science, auditorium,
r \ "aroiv' l me Wad M painting over tlie mantel, which wire t a Ship your oranges, of the- Issuance of such oertlfloate In the 110,000( pleat1rF5aaf5nes' debating clubs, llterory societies star lecture
coveredwith' red r'itee.on.lcarserltr\ but ......ntl9i' < nltlloMlmJrUaljtft- of celebrated painting Tangerines; to the COOPER nsme.the of David Butler. Unless courses, ChuittiBi: >...aB ai.tfe>ni. general' I library (J ,OOO volume.), special law
floe
a representing
r.. abeut In little red "flames. pressed their opinion of an experience copy PRODUCE Oo. Jacksonville, Fla., said certificate shall be redeemed accordingto library.I enulosed athletic Held, running track:, tennis courts, baseball. diamond, .
'1' Qautler was at time. very gorgeous and seasoned expert who would a gimiu of chess between e a law tax deed will lssu .4iieaon. > oa'',tsa, *'\iBMlajmaMnparttrtiaaiaapnitia. ,, shell, roads, cement waiks. shrubbery and trees,
r. ln>the matter of his raiment, a dross worn -.enla oI r- 'ung man and the devil the stake be- who will get you the highest market 2fitb day of Nov 1907.Witness Christian (not sectarian) atmosphere, open to all denominations, steam beat
occasion stoop -to<-lvtpg t >udtideoeptktrtln :injt the young man's soul. price and make prompt re mv odlcisl I signature and sal a aBsotrio lightaseieotrjenaalls, vonoerts, fratorni l...-exhibitions receptions reciuals -
1 of" crimson "and.'tIUJd-'OD-'O- rob kind and vreli! -meanfnsfrMndwho I; aesimiem.M.Mvals.. .Att8Dlla_ ''.uow biggest in history of
to this the !Mth day of Oct. 1U07.SAM'L vespara,,
The artist had most graphically depicted Write for stencil market
I adorning bis sturdy'person.. Paul had put their trust In him under turns. D. JOKDAN. 1 -aralverslty. .Oemmtoaf pataain ao aoaori' spared.. ,Bletaob U lor Florida area,
}: BoorgQti,his youth.aroreigreeor4nuears. < delusion ..*>beibanest and the point In the game where It conditions, etc. I Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, laMBy : III .....land alMna ......
the '" .
amused his friends Wee, apparently the young roan's move, For Informaton, uatalogue U>ul! tlni, views, and folders' addressPKESIUEST.LINOJLN
r.; Monk Lewis honorable I .was not able to convlnqe; R. B. COOPER Manager R. P. HAMLIN, )I'. C."Elattlo" .
appearing In the streets In the guiseof' and ''bo seemed'just to realise the fact HDLLEY A. :M., 1'h. D. Da Land, Florida
> lied for.now ,
r them that l.had not ray
the be had lost the the agony of.being .
P. a Venetian bravo., Beckford; character, was gone, and they refused that game --- -

\1', author of "Vathek" presided at an entertainment to attach any value to nnytttlng I said! c1\spaSr\! shown In every line of -- --
at Fonthlll In the costume lace-ettMHt'l' ibis features and attitude, while the -
.Tbe proprietor of tire >1
f.. while Bosnnll' devil from the opposite side of the ta
Roman
of a emperor. for awhile' saying' nothing; then became 491obeWrjickc
c' the time when General Paoli was his bid fttouted over him with fiendish dalight.'The -
at .
dofenoo. Ha said; "It look
especial ihero,,tpnosred at the Shakespeare to my position of the game appeared -:,: u1d 'C -
( like a mystery gentlemen..,but It l o't urqher
tbe } qrnpaIY]
4 ..celebrations, Stratford-on- a mystery after-'W"' eilbta! That utterly hopeless for young man ,
Avon wearing a ,hat. .whereonwas,: Inscribed only ,ito-sUurt and Mr. H. Mid bo had often set it up
"Corslcan Bos-well.- l Is a ooveIiJalleY'YQQ've. ; and, studied it with his chess friends *.. U1 l quAMiyofprice! andliDp1)( you, from their yards near tbe depot
a ball 'down' It! any way OQ'-pleawe Bookcas
On the other hand, the eccentricity of and the will do thereatl'It-will" and all agreed the young man's game > -II lilt Bei aidMta'lMat cypreas and yellow pine

T untidiness prevails In authors' arena, slam the groove-bolt"against 'tbe"riertbeast vitas certainly lost. and Da>ctmblirad.' I II m

as It did In the case of Leslie Stapbou .oC the Jiead pin aver, tIma.aFa' ; Morphy walked up to the picture Lumber Flooring Ceiling MouWings
cu e
who when a don .at Cambridge might the ten from going and studied It for several minutes, Permits as much or as little ,
save ''
can
nothing
have been Been running with toe bout '' When finally, turning to Mr. H., he I book space as'wanted.
.
down"It Comprises.Desfc Unit 'IIII/Ilb/ i Laths Etc .
Shingles
.
wearing a pair of ancient flannels, the' said: .
,
made the
I was true. The boys experiment few or many Book Units as ,
Beat of whlon ibadtbeen attended /Will '''I 0&11 win -the game for the young 1
aadi4hey toelod Ihal there desired. Roomy convenient All Lumber, Building\ and Fire Brio k:, Cement, etc., promptly delivered
the me-
of red flannel 'men"IMe. <
a large patch coaldxaaad. ,i'ball' attractive. CollorKfsea .
was DO'art' that' a eawhere-In the-cltyi
I muter ''ot a'holidayamong the 'Alps, down that'elley'and'falt'4o"aeore'i' < H. was of course astonished and ( it of write for catalogue-105-'- .
when ''a' piece cat from' the petticoat said, "I. It possible?" .
e ten strike -withIt Whoa I.lbad'-taM J. F. ALLEN & CO. --- --
i of his guide's wife had been used to' those boy "tbat'l' knew nothing tbout IMr. Morphy replied, "Get out the
conceal sundry dilapidations. Inca end 'board end let ns look'at It." 'A JENT3. '
that I was speaking' only" the' '
Not a few writers bave assumed singular truth."But'game' It wavavarlhua'alrthroBtkrny : (The* position'"was set up and In a DEa.AND. FLA DeLMSat':and PMug Mills &'NbYe1C{ fffis s

garb while at work. Balaao UHed Ufa-when AWA.._I-haTa diverged"" ; i f.wt".vapid moves he demonstrated a
-
to don thedress of a Dominican monk complete-iwln" for ,the young man, and ,
a from custom and principle and uttered 'J. T. OAIRNS F'roplrutndAAanagiar.. .
ere ha took pen In band.. .Samuel Rich a truth the rule baa le.nythaKldl'hearer .: the devil was checkmated. ,
i ard"OOol., the author of "Clarissa HarIowa" -
tnlnH
hadn't'BtrgtmHI eobtagh DRESSED]
eould'never' write J save In a Rio. at Weddings.
to believe It.TrJRrom Mark: 'JTwaln'sAutoblgrapby LUMBER"Ceiling
1' laced'coat and with a f 'vorite< lamond In North American Re lAt a wedding breakfast, according AND ROUGH >

I' ring sparkling '"on' his' little"finger. view. '" to What to' Eat, a bridesmaid was .. ( .)..

l101uI eau'. '"'working 'costume 'wall a a heard to'tell' the true reason for rice .. Siding, Turning, Sct Sawing,' Moulding.'Window and

'' court dress. 'Thomas Moore the poet, The Ctfndliotor 'C1sutt.ou.. betag-osod 1 at weddings. It-was once Now is the'time to order Door FlOOl'lDf'Poets, Baloatera, Mal11ela: ,''Tu1"Iled Porch'' Columns,'etc.,

penned,, his poems with kid gloved St. Joha'., fi.! i F'.reaaa d &Mnatlve ballevad that If on their wedding Jour- Shedding for Grove and Pineries UirCratea'and'BoxMattertltrepectalty:
a hand.. and Button; the eminent French I call It "Benjens" far more picturesque neyt*newly wedded couple saw,a flock: Contract-taken for the erection.of any-kind of'a''' builttlng.OELAND :

naturalist dressed himself' 'lII dandy I than atlMI:"BIi' IW quaintness ot T Silt'would mean a long life of Simon Pure No.1k 1 ,Fl ORLDA.l .
t previous to sitting down to his desk. redeemai, 'i.' from ttuftldUy, and peacavaM happiness to them. A. bridal ,

wander where you will you meet wltb party,1npai-alng frightened a flock
.
Hundred" Soar Birds. ,
"OW
1 It la a atrajw* txKxwelliMilhAtflcat-'j that courtesy,.-nd ,kWine",, that are of these timid birds that they flew for your.groVe and 'be sure of a large.crop: .next t 1TYPEWmTERS
'; i Mae IrV nnlMrrled a"ay1D great alarm and to av.rt tho, "
*' ed fact that the wild creatures of the the lives graces'rff-peVjpW l'la ne Qt.J'ace! where strangersare Bill omen tbatthelr flight slgnlHed for winter, All. the b.:sti groves uaeSu&wPuxzFERTIu2ERs'and l ItLOX"i/lSLET/ .i1' ,
l
i I .
woods dislike 1If eound'of'tbif solemn
'( ,
themselves
'Mulr a welcome break to their monotoi the newly married couple rice waethruwnin they"show for : : '" .--
hymn "Old" Hundred." the nat
t aaaal b. great,quantities.,to,Jure t, the I
'" urallstr'proved"the-truth"of-tbts'byslnglng When y m aay e ss a n h hII
;
wh'lch --
-
-
It In the wooda of.tha81a aa efactorthatyou: "much obliged" birds back to the place from. Fertilizer Co J* **o vm, ..Fla.c'
O. Painter' (
E.
tor some courteous direction ba will they bad flown. This plan was so .
to the birds and squirrels, which were I
very tame from never having been to\jchhb\ ba .and say, {"Thank ;yon" asK successful that the wedded pair went II

frightened by the T>f 2 w.'* haft .aahiferred (the favor upon 0"'tuelr way rejoicing and lived ever OeLand' ;Pla. '-
report a 1I > of T. E. .ARNOLD, Agent, IHAVE
aftferwaM and life I
'wouldrome ...111I.! arW t *Nt Car (conductor (they, a happy prosperous
other alarming sound. They
how It Smcv'theo' rice 'ha. -been used aa'tiyutbobof' L / ,.
evJID.ba.TelIot!, though
; and sit pearl) him- -open -the. .
branches of trees and liaten4o can berun I In, winter I 14, a mystery) willbtAaky .good luck, peace. and happl- t secured the wide
h any ness at weddlnm.So __ __ The DUBABiUfT'of the "BMa.GII1NES! by
lively tuna he might sing ,Mlnkl M .. > ', their bright eyes as though th-rllt&? \! salt lf**...the car Bind, It :you lire MALSBY'S MACHINERY "'COMPANY ,

.uncertain...nt.yoniwayt Will get Off his I '
It but at the drat mind of "Old Hua- Cv11waU.rfE VISIBLE VVAkT10CINTERCHANGEABLE {

dred" they would beat a quiet: retreatto car and point your pestlnatlon out Tired' Long'EHstance1 Phone 5174';i

their holes or nests and never ab/
pear again nntll he dhanged the tnnaeThla *' you understand]' Travel Mage ,,1 It may. ba from overwork, bat :aa: Ocean .Street 'TABULATOR ; t WvIIu.tINqA.rrAft2uNT: -<(

experiment was beads In different line Hi thn-trltsnr M BJ..'I Its from an lo. Jacksonville .. JFlocida, LINE INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON
places on various occasions with oho. ,. ; : I (DETACHABLE ESCAPEMENT
J- idn't Q.I It jiiit Right. ,'.:tfye LIVER._ PLATENf6Wat
't Icily the same result J-New York Her i Portable iandBAatlon, ryEtwlnea AND EVERY OlHEKTOiaiRABLE; FEATURE.
t I aid The subject of profanity was being. With a well conducted LIVER :4 ,and Boilers. Saw, MU1, Wood Work
disttea. 'aOtkrt4fiaMjiitX.lxiia.lieMt M JiMBiBi( ittai, femtjr..
-' r-rv H fI"'iI.-.wr..tr" teievening at a '"oft 1:11.\10: \ mountalna of labor'wffikottt'ftttJgii : ling Machinery''ind' Supplies. Com-' I. EV.r, f .

; When It Rains In'India.-;. patf -4AEMh td: Wfien one of the *. .ear, ,piety line carried in stock. Ltocral. I -: '

while Jupiter Fluvius reigns In India guests facetiously hinted that his boat Term 'WUe .f.rrQatMllog. r ( '
-nothing can be dbne' ut of doorsT: wuld tear U off llttlerwhen no women ..,(| ii Ad4a Ii hundred per ceat to It Is' the mechanlcat( excellencelof''a typewritet'that'ptovea Its
,
c; ,The ruin at times .14,. simply_a. white; sore areaeM the>4>ostefs became Indlg- oaaa earning;capacity.It Gasolene I worth aDd,enables bvto'"ataod'up'laedoalthe.; < Fox.yea.r.1.n.IUd: year
tint. "/'' / world f bare you' underland State Agents for the Olds,1das and Engines tout under all kinds of strain.!
sheet aWn
liquid dropping M!>tgiaj !
from the heavens so "that no very] ." but\ alS"Rlth,; trashing dignity en be kept la be.Ithf ul acUoa Advertised statements making general clahns-prove nothing

great stretch of Imagination\ la. required "that my husband never says anything 'by end only by (Prove the Fox by a comparison In your office at our expense.

;a' ._ to convince one that '.neng! Is' nol before--ladle. -that'-he wouldn't aayaujHlieie. VttYttldrbelutllulcatIt: 'joelfahaed.C, J 1 2> \ \ l\

? an"* rapamlhMr ..*ve f:?=Wlde""Worta Blw |g 'gllll wuuiIVrlngwhy. I : *
,. .It.waatha4. ., : OWEN 1'YPBWBt1'.iRcoMPA1lY::
# lfaaealga! ... '\'" 11: yntybailfi Uis>*.'V lUCfiLfDf.RRY:. :
New York Tribune. : lutt'sPilis: : -

III-P..eot. 1313 Zack Street TAMPA FLA.

b'fc t "Have--;you lived pent all,your i1f.:. '.t It WB>( ReallstloA. After .
'mend r' .3 ij"* jj"Not.ylt I ltd sf:!aTern! -Of course yoS. read' 'The CIQar'You ,Are ;, ., -
Bflr lovefstOrf-of Blsr"tal. b> .. ,
I', ; I ert'don't glt'moftoyenough pthat > ( TAKE NO 80BST1TUTE. h'.Many'men'ar'e '

to move I reckon ril have" tor (book reviewer)-Yes, I bad to. Very. 1 1u ,

Atlanta Conetitotbn.k .....n.tlcan't ItT Miss Varna"'!!tonaanafir rand,; J... ,
Tft tb ....y- switching from.one' > I USE I
: -c-. :r.<=*- %! f\ f aloft UftWeef -
It to not,xeasonlngg that'Bawijfor n".wllQllld, ess w* pwlttwelyiaWyiokaKbe-" ., I r '

c there are .book stuffed full ;;Philadelphia Preset.The of cigars"to '.another. Not SOWitll.th J i i'' RM.OHR.Fi2gJi L.I.f [

p of stalcal. '>eaa nlins.-B|>lttetuB. "-'- Lack.EricherThara td'B : .I. ,

.b ;, IuI'IMdt' .km-ptenty' '1JJt boots ', Huckleberry, smoker;j he is' i'epeatt'r: ;: I t 1i

BhaLwbat. think t.th0 mln telling how., to save Ufa while1 waiting
total's expression) you of the belief that! : the tor'tie' :*<*ror"ndcker: -Tea. whale"" Vi ,Iv I (f I F9r'J.-F"uit.; V/egietable; and

world would _a, '. III. to anr,lantJI, .ased"ip,", ,o.telIlDlr'tbet.n..I llattoi. .

B1'w.. rather Inclined to think..ity how to save life while waiting for the : :- 'lee MyeisCo. I 1t' .
pIUcmt..iaDe 'i IIu! .r. Roy Field
would before... ..- ba cot .through with hitaermoo. I Crops.

( '''II w f ,(1 ( -l"! I '
A Ute .continual ar.eed8"\ tr h" death ''MAKERS ., ..I. ,t
'' '
: iJ.T. Thee About t* M Gennsa Proverb.' tCJI '
rry.Wif'don't ,
,
1 -'i-air 1 I r; Hollowipgare rAtgsnta In VoluiiU I County:
f
know how much'money It" d
; \ ... 'J
take: ten Mrpptt' .lute! (.. ../W11'haw; 'Bmmt d'ttY.w.-.tu.rveyoR ":. + ,IN, z. T.. BIELBV. ;Xtaiandi, Florida .l'l''J

1 Btn.... the, proMvsoi a srhete ...-jnoo : }JnFFr sop. IIUIoW< eadieitt ,0 Ask Your W" I Ile : ''Ill ,
F. BABNHY -J tTIJ.Okh'c
Sod fpnd that It take all you can cat tint wbsnellt,o(,DMaa1'jkgpllet; ff t :1 OeLeon B'prIOp'1 : OranKe' !
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