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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: January 3, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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[( top rt 'f I'' :';; : : Ln'h" 'pV.l'-AN; ;;. YOLUSIA 00., FLA., FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. -I 1908.'- -:--- NUMBER ,12, !i!

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'f ,_ p1w'e Meeting of the Deland Business

11_ "END OF THE WORLD. BUYING GOLD BROAD League.The .

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;. ; / PIM 801.ntlflo.Thao. y of How Our DeLand Business League met In ;

4 Planet May, P. I.h. regular session in the office of Gould '

( A scientific( forecast' of how the edd Methods Employed In Its Purchase Brothers at '7.80: p. m. Meeting calledto i
a ( of the world might come ha. been
order
by.President V. W. Gould, }
n 1 h ti given' by Professor Ellard' Gore. His and Shipment.NOT after which minutes of last meetingwere 1 }
i .
'J tb ry'ls that final Cataclysm may possIbly read and approved.Communications ', I I f i .
;' bo'the"'result''of a collision between I

t tbe sun and some' dark dead A COMPLEX TRANSACTIONThe from the District .;./ \

; ., eMfjijraJ)ltlr.flgcOHlidtefl, 'rll':t derelict planet. i Superintendent of the Postal Union {
i Telegraph and the ,
Although astronomers have no actual Company from Atlantic .1 i i,1t"KING

\ t The Kind You Have Always Bought baa borne the slgfno-- proof tbat such dead suns exist: :, Simple System by Whloh Foreign : Deeper Waterways. Association I. ,

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penonal for over-8O, ;years. Allow no one about In space they believe it quite New York la Turned Into American Upon motion the secretary was I

to deceive you In ''ibis. CoanCerfelts. Imitations andJnstasBTOod' possible. The result of a collision between Money-The Lou by Ab ".lon. ordered to cast a unanimous ballot of j (

I. but Bzperlments and ''endanger the ,tbe sun and a dark planet the league. for J. F. Alldls. R. P. Walters a
1 are Experiment. would be that the former's light and Buying 10000.000 worth of gold S. A. Wood J. H. Tatum and T.
health of -Experience: against increased from the Bank of England' the
., heat would bo enormously says E. Arnold, as members of tbe league.

The end fop $avoA1} !: ?ysJ':Bought and'the''earth: instantly'destroyed by cashier of the subtreasury In New. Said vote after being cast each of the vpt

L combustion. York Is no more complex a transaction above named declared. .

B@Bl'tlt@/ .Signature l of .. Professor Gore tells how we should than buying a place of real duly elected members persons were *>, ".
.d. -- be warned of our approaching doom. estate. Whatever difference there Is POWDER
t fI6 r rt When about 15,000.000 miles from" Doctor Taylor then presented the

the sun, the dark body would begin to In the two is In favor of tile gold pur name of Dr. Lincoln Hnlley for memo
chase. In It you are pretty. sure to get bership.
shine by reflected light In about ten Absolutely Pure .
years it' wbuld have become so bright the value of your money.: The committee on advertising then

: as to be visible to the naked eye. In Much of the gold bout ht by the large reported that they bad. received sub The only baking powder '

'. fifteen years it would be brighter than banking housed of New York and other scriptions to the amount of about six
nlU'se
1' Over O'eari. made with Royal Grape
For any object except the moon. Very soon American cities la purchased from the hundred dollars, and that. they had I

afterward would come the great catas- Bank of England or; the Bank of taken advertising in "The Guide of Cream: of Tartar

r.- .-- .-. I. trophe of its collision moving at 400 France. Its purchase Is arranged for I Florida" The work of the committeewas

: miles a second with the sun moving by the English or French agents of the then, upon motion approved, and Ho Alum No;, Lima Phosphate
,
Cards.< f K VOLtJSIA-tiCOUNTY TITLES; ABSTRACT INSURANCE ,- at the same speed."-Dundee Observer. bank that wishes to secure the gold. the committee directed to continue
'
-"professional The price that will have to be paid depends their work.It .

- COMPANY. ,, Proverb of Slam. largely upon the demand. In was moved seconded and carried -
l
.. ltkEa W. PKBKIN3.ATTOBNBY I Bert Fish,' .' :*Oar D;Landls. It has been said, "Tell mea people' panic times when every dollar of gold that G. A. Dreka, C. 0 Codrington, V. William Wllkerson. Coughing In Lieu of Oratory.A i '

"? } President, Sec y and Treas. proverbs, and I will tell you what sort that can be secured i Ii being eagerly W.Gonld andJ.F. Alldis, be appointed.a The Lexington Ky., Leader writingof slntcnlur, fashion which prevailed
of people they are." Judged in this sought by bankers here, tbe price Is as among the preachers of Cromwell'sngbinB
+
b committee with the death of :Mr. William Wllkerson
to
to all
r and,V UNSELORAT1 ,Titles Ipsurdd.' way, the Siamese are a shrewd people. high as 1 5$ and 0 per cent. power act as time was thut of win or hemming
LAW. 'Abstracts. furnished and titles perfect. The Menam their chief river. Is to The shipment of the gold la accompanied matters pertaining to Home-coming who passed away. at this place says: the middle of a sentence in orderto

ed. Maps, plats., and Blue. Prints Sup Slam what the Nile la to Egypt and by comparatively few extra the Week.time Bald when. week the: to be fixed during held "William Wllkerson, one of Lexlngton'l attract limo( attention of tbe congregntlou. -

l DeLapd Florida. pile Unpbslte 'i County! the elephant tiger and crocodile are precautions. An extra detective or in DeLand. Chantano.ua is beat known and most; esteemed Tuo necessity of continually '

'WI 'Practice' In State and Federal ( Volusla Bank. found, in Jungle and stream. two from Scotland Yard perhaps and citizens, died Tuesday morning at 1:50: Attracting the attention of the listener ,

+ I CourtR I JBL.ulD'1I... .J'l'; ._. '"t i...J! aFLRIDACNOiC13.PhAC1ILAND Here are a few of their proverbs: as many other private detectives employed Upon motion the secretary was then o'clock at DeLand, Fla., where he went could not have argued well fcrtt'V1*-* "
"
.. \ L "When you go Into the woods do not by the Bank of England furnish instructed. to correspond with all the about ten days ago, hoping to benefit t brilliance of the sermons. ""-, or'-: y- ,z
Florida In preachen-to!
.l forget your wood knife." "Place not all the protection needed. Representatives Congress his declining health.. tliorltlos ray that the

STEWART" BLY, your boat across the stream" (becauseof All gold Imported into 1 this country with reference to the bill now pending "Mr. Wilkerson was aged 54 years merely as an ornament to i speetib .,...- .. '

tbe current). "An elephant though comes in one of two forms. It Is either before the United States.. Congress pro. and leaves. a wife but no children. He any rate when the sermon were pVinJ- '
r, for for
SALE O'AS'/! TERMS In bars In coin. If In coin it 1 i" viding an appropriation a public oil, at) many of them were the cough,,
b i 'f'A'noRNIrtSSAT-LA W', FOR. ,, I he has four legs, may slip and a doctor gold or building in the city of DeLand. was the second son of "Uncle Billy" _
"
_' ...L:... t. //If la not always right""Go usually American money that bas been aud hems were always Indicated on
to $ioo.oo PER ACRE The meeting' then adjourned. Wilkerson, who moved to this city Be-
$10.00 Louis
YlONA up by land, you meet a tiger; go sent abroad In some previous( year, fora tho margin of the page.-St.
BraochoMeeoverl'ostofficeelU from Madison and
0, D. LANDIS county
yours ago
\ small amount of foreign Sec'y.DeLand QlllUtU
crocodJle"there comparatively
down by water, met a
Beet Peach, Section la the State ; you I
}+ r Fla.. Deo. 27th 1907. was so long the popular. .and beloved
( are difficulties on all sides). gold coin is brongat here Whether
.'A. BAKER .''erl isle Tto. jailer. of Fayette oounty.i .
: ,
t'I TO "Nobility la seen In tbe race manners In bar or coin. howe\, it is all shipped
'Cary t>'. tanais tfeft: tJb:' In the individual. "If a dog bite you lii small steel cases. The burs are The Day of Prayer. i "Mr. Wilkerson spent last winter at COMFORTING WORDS & ,
benefited
) if' LANDIS & FisH do not bite him again." "He who lives of an exact length, so as to permit DeLand and was greatly

--- 'W.' CANNONS' under the sky should not be afraid of them being packed tightly, in the cases, January 5 is the day of prayer. for while there. In the hope of securing a

ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- the ram." "Nourish no worms tba.t eat while the coins are in bags. Irrespective Stetson University. The church peopleof continued benefit he left Lexingtonfor Many a Florida Household Will Find I'

'AT-LAW, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. timber" (be careful In the choice of of denomination that hold Just DeLand are all requested to remember the same place about ten days ago. Them so. 4

DeLand T, Florida Flea Fashionable Turnouts' friends).-London Scraps. 600 ounces. the University in their prayers that. He had long been afflicted with Bright'sdisease To have the pains and aches of a bail -'

;. ''W'l1t Iirietlee: 'in tate". atld'FedbrlalCourte. L. The arrival of a gold laden ship at day publicly and privately. They are which was the cause of his back removed; to be entirely free from
trains at A. C. Depot.
Bus meet all her In the North river is no different
.. __ >II l Hacks meet morning and afternoon F. E. Friday Cornea but Onee a Week. pier also invited as the general. public also is death.. annoying, danuurons urinary. disorders '
Special facUltle..for. examining ;and O. By.' trains at Orange' City, and night Friday la the weekly fraud. Every so far as precautions for the Invited-to coma to the auditorium to "Mrs. Wllkerson, his wife, who accompanied a.
*'* f I perfecting land titles ..' trains ai< DeLand Junction.: I ,Uv8. Mall ; thing goes wapper Jawed and the sailor gold Itself are concerned; from that of him to Florida, and hit Is enough to make any kidney sufferer
R i* te at Beresfonl. man who sails finds himself food far any other vessel. There are always the vesper service which begins at 4:10.: grateful. To tell how this great change

F ,," bQhWohoneeacksinceuld whales and the man who killed a government officials, city police and The President will deliver the address when brother he Kit died.Wilkerson, were with him can be brough about will prove) com- ....
"t. I'' PbODe 0 "' "DeLand; Fle.Al h... detectives to meet each that! day usual Mid It will he on a
34 : friend on a Friday meets his end On l> > ship at forting words hundreds of Florida ,
\t ; Jw ,
.. s.,, fROBY' .1 +:; "" ;! .9 a Friday trade Is slack all the trains and the arrival of a boat with $10,000- theme appropriate to the day of prayer.All "No man ia LexiuX;;:..u .nea'ptz1:; t: readers. ------ -
,.1> : t I 000 In gold aboard will result In no known or more popular than "Billy"Wilkerson ,
run off the track; William Doe to his who are interested in the University A. Oertinx seaman, of 41D L. St.,

ATTORNEYATLAW.iii |nsure with us.Now amaze: draws $10 and ten days; brick more than one or two extra men being in the salvation of the students, should as he was universallycalled. Pensacola, Fla., tells how to do It. He ..., -. ,+a,

..: bats fall from buildings high, break present to ride on the wagons carrying be on hand. It will be the first 'vesper He was a man of very quick .. with Doo-
I From
-; beLand: Florida. is the time. your neck and make you cry; fevers, the gold away from the pier. service*of the new Rev. W. W. demeanor, but had the facalt'.' ntc- TS my experience '
Ores and frosts abound earthquakes The steel boxes, with their precious year. ing :and holding! friends. For many Kidney Pills I can strongly re, variety
Spot cash for losses carted contents as they are 4j aj anyone
and snort around Old Subscriber Omni-
come he proprietor of the
was
Silu, B.MVtllhl' S. B. Wilitbl Jr. U should be In a pet comes to swear at the Ga from the ship to the wbar might' ":6'.u special services) on that: day. with years bns Company and no man in the State cine for the kidneye./S.uns-around De-

WRIGHT & WRIGHT protected. zette. Every one is feeling blue.-jv- from help appearance contiin;,' lilly ordinary tae students. He will speak in the better known had more rinnds. and backache caused pg the River, and
} was or
Is merv2u diBn. If; any unusual church, and the resident will speak at .. .
R insured ? erything hind end to, yet lope com tervals for years. or ole >
you
p. ATTORNEYS-AT- W.NOTARIES. fort we may seek. but precautions be take< i.'however, It Is the vesper service. The citizens are He was a leading Pythian, and at one -8./ of the

W, PUBLIC Every company reliable. once a week.- during the brief foments that the urged to s give; their support to these time Colonel"of the Kentucky regimentof ( attack I did not mind bnt as time. .

,* '* Office at Telegraph Office. Frldafel boxes with their millions are lying on efforts to improve the religious life .and Pytbians. by they grew worse and at times laid
the to be lifted into the
DEI.AND FLORIDA.J When) does your policy expire? pier waiting the moral condition of both the town me up. I could hardly walk and it was I
and carted
Then
wagons way. they '
Johnston (to wife)-Well; Maria. I'm and the University. The students need Jack London Among the Lepers.On a difficult matter to straighten after
are watched by a god pairs of
( many
\\a your policy In force? to at home with today around the world for the while the secretions
( going stay yon eyes, and not a stronger\ Is allowed to your prayers.. Their parents have sent his way stooping kidney
J J E. ALEXANDER,, Telephone number sixteen. and help you to tidy up tie bouse. I'll approach anywhere Uear/ them. them here and placed) them in the care Woman's Home Companion Jack London were Irregular and unnatural Dean's

7 I/ tack down the carpets and bang up The final act of tht purchase of gold of the University. 'There are fathers visited the lepers of Molokai on Kidney Pills cured me. From persona
I t'
I.' kATTORNEYATLAW.. HON] INSURANCE AGENCY the pictures to begin with.( differs In times of panic and at ordinary .and mothers at home wondering what the island of Hawaii.. experiences I know that this remedy =t. 1 1San
children Children
Mrs. Johnston (to the )- w
J 1/./' .. --- to grandma' times. In tlmci of panic when sort of people the people of DeLand are. "Leprosy is not so contagious as is be depended upon to fulfill the
In Bank Building you may go over
Office : U will find us at the necessity for god: Is so great that imagined," writes Mr. London in the representations made for it."
; DeLand, 1 Florida. and stay all day. (Aside) I know my They are wondering whether their children "
win Practice in State and Federalv husband Is a deacon of the church but every moment Is proMous, its real value are safe away from their own January Woman's. Home Companion. For sale by .all dealers Price CO cents 4
I and DeLand. in relieving a situation comes only
I! ::.6 v Courts Stetson ( for all that he's just r.s apt to hit his when It Is piled hlgi on tbe countersof roof,. It is the boast of DeLand that. it "I went for a week's visit to the Set- Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo New York

.,; /: <" '- thumb with a hammer as any other the banks and, trust companies is a clean town It is known to be each tlement, and I took my wile alongallof sole agents for the United States. i

J j.l..R.. O. A. DAVIS man.-London Tlt-BIta. awaiting the dcinaois of the creditorsof all over the state.. We want to make. which would have not happened bad Remember the name. -Dean's-and ,t r

r' 1 Uf HODQKIN'SWagon those Institutions the citizens of Florida feel sure that we bad .any .apprehension of contractingthe take no other,

". PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, She Wat Paatad. i 'The gold that arrves In bars goes their children coming to DeLand for en disease. Nor did -we wear long, -- '-

,t .' DKLAND FLORIDA. "And do yon doubt my lover ... direct to the assay _'t t. Office at residence Indiana. avenue Shop uked passionately. I attempt Is made to mulyze It and ascertain + i
., Let us assure them that religion and the lepers. On the contrary, we mingled The best microscopes are warranted)
House.YT" ,
Court "No. Samuel, she answered, with p
j Its real vnluff tho purchaser receives
to magnify about 10,000 times. Thoe.ifire
honored In DeLand.. The freely with them and before we left
: Office Hours: 9 to 13\ B t6Oin47to8.'jy DeLAND FLA. admirable'tact "but when you say i a certified deck from the assayer morality are tho kind most people would make '
K -- will l service is a contribution to the knew scores of them by sight and name,
that the day you call me yours for OS per cent of the value sup vesper use of In examining their neigbbo1'l'fauJts.Waeblngton
{ Everything In Wagons, Baggies, Carts uBher in an era ''of Ilf IOD! '(!lIvotlon posed to be coutaluoo In the bars. The moral life and the religions quickening The precautions of simple cleanliness Poet '
j \RS..VIDA Z. BAERECKB, M. D.PH etc.. manufactured and repaired in my and tender solicitude you-pardon me check can be convened Into cash Immediately of the town. Let us all .attend. Let ns seem to be all that. Is necessary. On renrnlng.to .* ?
.. be there at the New Year service the r
inr the best workmanship
after
Shop very their own houses,
dear put It on a trifle too thick. and the of two
:\ you delay or of of 1908. Invite the A n
opening Philosopher.sklttWhy
[ known.'Only first-lass men employed vespers having. been and handling lepers
81tCt tAN'add e\JRQKON.\ 'and. Brat-class work turned out. I have You seem to forget; Bamuel.'tbat I ama ,' three days necessarj to make a com- tourists and visitor to come. Send the the non-lepers; among, such as the physiciansand A do you consider Smiley

, ataly added to my plant a widow."-London'"'1ltpigranh.- plete assay of the shpment la avoided.: children. Come yourselves. See that. the superintendent, merely wash a philosopher? Noltt-Because of his v

Office on East New York Avenue Whatever additional sum is due the everyone knows about the vesper. their faces and bands, with mildly ability i to bear other people' troubles 4 '

DsLAND: FLORIDA.s purchaser after the iissayer's report is antiseptic soap and change their coats." wltb fortitude.Kansas City Independ' at

I ,. .. ...--.. A "Woman's Sack made he,receives in ji day or two. SAVE THIS ANYWAY. e .. ant ( j
Much the same pr cess so far as expediency -
',f i tOR.) A. S. MUNSON.BOMEOPATBIO weaknesses Has many aches and falling and pains or other caused displacement by Is concern i Is gone through At DeLand Churches. '

of the pelvlo organs. Other symp- with the gold coins They, Instead of Put in Safe Place, for it May '
'' PHYSICIAN. toms of lemale weakness. are frequent' going to the assay Ifflce' /go direct to Presbyterian Church Often The I Kidneys Ala

headache dizziness, imaginary speaks or the subtreasury. Eith bag Is weighed Come Handy.: Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp Pastor

/ r' 14 Office Second Door South'of > Flsh'er's dark spots floating before the ayes, gnawing unopened 1 and If-found to tip the A well-known Rheumatism Sunday school at 9.43.: Morning service Weakened bj Orer-Wort

w Drug' Store. 'Mutation In stomaehrdvagglng or scales at 600 'wi'ucej( $0,309 In cash Is authority on of worship and sermon at 11 ,Make Impure Blood. fi
y *i Omoa HOURS <'m to 13 a. m.; 3 to 6. bearing down lower abdominal pelvic Immediately advanc> That 'process gives the readers of a large o'clock. Unhealthy Kidneys

and 7'td 8 p. m. region, disagreeable drain from pelvic saves many-hours, tir each bag has to New York daily paper the following It used to be considered that'. only

1 r k; DeLand ,-. Florida. organ*,taint spells with general weakness. be opened (he coins assorted Into their valuable. yet simple and harmless The Baptist Church: urinary- and..bladder traced troubles to the"" ?-.tp.> .... bo v
.. ,. ,y.ar
services at tbe
'. If any considerable number of thai above several counted and : Evangelletio Baptist
deuomlnattous which easily
can .
there If remedy prescription anyone church SandaY''wtu be conducted by '
no
symptoms are present on
that wIHjIve quicker relief or a more per weighed for lots!I fnuh l!. abrasions After prepare. at home: Dr. Hamilton at 11 a. m. .and 7.80: p m 'Yf FbntOWN [ e
J a I ma ant chie than Dr. Plerce's Favorite. that Is d..n.be money Is returnedto Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half VI r. .and Mrs. George will lead. the sine/ w

", DR ,JOHN REEVE Pre has a record of over forty bags contalnldg $1,000 each and the ounce Compound Kargon. one ounce; ng. The Lord's supper will immediately I '
,- DJ years ofs, ?> ft ia the mostvineTknQ'Y" n balance due tbe purchaser, whateverIt ; follow the morning service.St. .. of the overflowing basket: from i
At three
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla! ,
may be. Is forwarded to him. t
)1t DEI1 w'D FLA. .ffjI n mad teals lenceV'Is made The only other cl., t of gold( shipmentthat ounces. !! BaruaUks Church.St. OURRELIABLE 'I t {

of u
..\t, ., ". COLD TIRE SETTER roots found In our forests.and eon gold coins. ISey are not even i take a teaspoonful after each, meal and Campbell Gray Raotor. ::1
.
s rI .. Can set your Tires withonf- aking tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful,or counted but are pier d Immediately In .at bedtime. 'Jan. 8th lid Sunday. after Christmas.r where the purest freshest Coffees 'I 1

;,. t.t wheels from vehicle. We take oW 'no habit-forming drugs.' Its Ingredient and are a crucible, melted onl then sent! to the He states that the ingredients can 'r a.'"m. Holy Uommnaiont; 9:80: a. m, and Teas,Preserved Fruits cans I
attested
the
.. bolts tub no paint or burn roar feiieas\ all printed naaer oa.oath bottle-wrapper correct.Every assay office where t ey are treated. a* Sunday school; 10:80 a. m. Choral and gloss, finest Olive Oils Cat : !
V. H. VOORi-IiS. with a hot tire. Come and see It w I : have Tires get at small and being of service at 5 Dally m.
will pharmacy cost
and never p. ,
I r; Y 1' t you your vorite Prescription* ha the written en necessary to secure actual American prayer. and table. luxuries await the i I
"Dferitlst hotagaln. dorsement the moat eminent medical for the gold reins of foreign nations vegetable extraction, are harmless to
11 c.. lpatronageiin I money First M. E. Church appreciative pnblio. We keep : :
Thanking you for your writers. of.aU the several schools of practice for/ the small take.
t.. Is the chief on
ref'
continuance I Rev W.S.; Harkness Ph. D. Pns'or. only the beet, and we strive to : :
O.: DeL nd 'Fla. the and; hoping a -mere valuablethan any amount of In that form. This mixture if taken f
rl I>> P. 'Block future amount of gold Imposed pleasant regularly Sunday school 9.45s.; m. Preaching
I remain attractive i
the non-professional testimonials-though the keep our prices just as I
,, 1.80 to 4 As between shlppl Is gold In coin orbam for a few days, is said to overcome service 11 a. m. Theme. "Secret:! In Revealed i
8.80 and
to 19 bean
: 10Y' not lacking having eon'trlbnted '
Moan to J
I. Yours. S OTT serve HOOOKINStfT55EFjS.M.k latterare voluntarily by grateful patient there !-/little Ulfference. It Is almost any. case of Rheumatism.The Things League meeting 6.44: i Come In and judge It we've suc : :

exceed the endoreementsgiven said tbat thi potion >f the ships cause pm. f ceeded. II
... .,; \ I In numbers to pain and swelling if any diminishes
to any other medicine extant for a loss of aboKftSOO ju every shipmentof
with each -dose until '
$1,000,000.iiII: : fact however permanent Catholic Church. 'v
the cure of woman' Ilia a _
f IS9KllAIiO! < R. GOODMAN !! Yon cannot afford to...cephny medicine that the coins do lose considerably results are obtained. and without injuring M J. Curley, Rector. Sunday la.' I
3 of unknown composition as a substitutefor more In weight thai the bars.-.New the stomach. ''While'there are 5th. 190a. -High Maes and sermon at 1

;;.. JtI, sA08..L'. nwaportty,, B< m E*fl]ienda, and the public in general

\,.' 7 .... '- ii +sbilltr.nYI1Nd.br thimK COMPOSITION,even though the dealer may patent. medicines, eta, some of which ning service at '7:80.Subject, of leotc given us during the bitt i I IL
if3 J an la a cl M make a little more profit thereby., :Tour "Mary Invocation or why pray to.'o' nags
IlL iha..aonad..c.1s MlTO. Ftnnm. Interest In regaining health Is paramountto A Politic.I View. do give relief,\few really':give.1 psrma> Blessed Virgin." All are welcome, oc L to extend our best wishes to all '
,
? NDo'P them b.cae.. any selfish Interest of Mi and It is an ."1 "call It briber] and corruption.Our nent .results* and the above'' will no >
Wry know they member' wlfo'l a doctor,' and she "'"" New Year. Hoping for "acton-
Insult to your 'Intelligence for him to try' doubt be greatly appreciated bv-many Christian! Church )
'- t7 expet. to.palm off upon you a substitute. You attends voter free!', sufferers here at this time. Services in the Christian ebvAVO rs, which we assure you wJlI're-
(:'vR '/t 'p mofatMda wl/h cheap know what you want and It ls his business "dot twayl Tbat,ain't bribery and usual next Lords Day. S.S
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\ .Pierce' Pleasant Pellets. are the neighborhood elicits the Information
MedfMntoutby .nC-L do1 Ion. wtllS11 the pulpit. Do
,(. ".. .;lIlTI8T' .J L .,4 I n aA+ W er gfsal-.Little Liver Pills first put.nip .:_.1-rOpU that these drugs are harmless. and can him. Endeavor 83 p. m nov X*onra ver'y respectfully,
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PbOIN_ NGo" t'Jool'" : /err 1 raaarl Mil paanl-r a tekeiur a. brook make and rivers run here will mix the prescription, our cordial asr+*aw, 1.\. A. H. WOODALL
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VCLUSIA RECORD. ALL OVER'THE COUNTY In the light God Is a comfort to the (prange)
COUNTY sad hearted mother and relatives. The over fromVflew Smyrna yesterday, and v ;

little one was tenderly laid to rest In (Miss Ada G. Massey Is the duly accredited will, a* the lit*,requires keep hi* books : j.

ITEMS OF INTEREST .WAFTED TO the Baptist cemetery Monday. >>eo. 16, a ent of The Record at Orange open at his offloayat! the.court house 01t,11'

Bntond I. the Pwrtofflo at DeLand, Fla., THE RECORD OFFICE) BY ITS where the little mound was covered City and will accept subscriptions and during January. So If you want to pay ""'J .
ads for th courtesies ._ "--
tie saoond olaaa matter. same. Any extended :- -' '.
CORRESPONDENTS. with the sweetest flowers that bloom. bed your State and county' you will .
will be duly appreciated.) \w. time to do your Building.Don't ,
Gee whllUklna, but Tom Neublt and find the Collector there until the 31stinat. Now is \Ihe :

B. B. PKEYATT, Editor *Proprietor Pierson. Lewis Wilson are two spendld mulligan Happy IS ew Year: to you all: wait till' ,Summer'> when'" you

w-_ guards and they say the best way to QThe popular boarding house, ''Tb.eTrues. I can't get labor.. Let us ..bid..on (OUE

'There is no talk now of an extra J. 0. and Archie Powell of Powelvlll.' keep the peace destroying politics ," is filling up. That wonderful pardoning lard at Builders' Material and ardware ber

.g :> "session of the legislature. hiked ont to Rloeoreek Friday. pantaloons. from banging at the bosomis Master George Roberta of Winter Tallahassee ha reduced the fines ,imposed have on
to take and keep robbed down with o.upagalnVe V
Miss Mae Minshew WM .a --cMrinlni Park spent last Saturday in town. upon GUI and Giddene by the .foreprices, t
be the Volnsia County Record, like they this county : _
fr The fast tourist trains will Criminal Conrtof Record of
last. week. hand -
DeLand
holiday vial tor from Miss Grace Heebner baa entered Stetson -
do. Tom Neebit of Astor and Lewis "- 1'
had ; ""
,a put on from New York and Chi Samuel T. Smith car inspector} at Wilson of this place stumbled over last University for the winter term. from 11000 to 100. These parties >

cage to Florida next week. Lakeland, Do ..&hayed here last week. Saturday and mixed compliments with Miss Harriet Fuller and Miss Helen been county In the for blind years tiger and business were known in this as Several Cairo*b "Nf ;

Mrs.:JoBephlne Lester of North Carolina the writer and paid their subs In advance Doz'er returned to Stetson Wednesday. The ;
the kings of blind tigers. heavy
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{ t Jacksonville is making a considerable Is now in our midst. She came San' for another year. They both related MIes Onis Harden spent the past weekat fines them generally ;'

effort to have her midwinter j p' vision they had while on a bearb'nt' home, returning to her duties Mon proved put throughout upon were Volnsia, and the of the following;1 Lime,;;..AlesterPsrts: \ ,,, al ,

j exposition a ,big success day.J. J. Hughes and family of this place on Chloora, Island. They both day.A. citizens, particularly the good people of ite Cement, Eagle Cement. Plaster, Sewer,Pl
.w with relatives Lake dreamed the same night that in the social was given by the Methodists "
took (Jhristmas Daytona and vicinity, are Indignant and uAma lte" Kooflng.. .. c.
Take The Record for 1908. It Helen. beginning God created the heaven and Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. over the action of the pardoning board. Hair, "Congo" .
earth and all things In true nature, tbe ana Mrs. An tie.
will give you the DeLand and Lewis Wilson and Frank Nasworthj GUI and Gldden have however been Boobs -.t

:. Volusia county news every week of this place rambled to DeLand last newspaper editors, the liberal advertisers Mr. W. Y. Mlckle, professor of the put out of business by County Solicitor Stanbarb iDIumbinq

Saturday. eto.. and all wee very good, aDd Business College of Stetson, was over Perkins and Judge Stewart. .J:
after He finished He swept up and Tuesday evening. '
Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist i is well be. installed. Tin Hoofing Galvanized Iron,
Eugene Pierson, a polite, dumped the trash and dirt In one corner Miss Nellie Martin, who has been sold or ,
to make hot haved of this place, spent Christmas The new year finds all Florida to
preparing a campaign youth the cheapest'
and then He rested. While it rained teaching at Blake, gave a party last Wheelbarrows, Hardware.from : r
for the office of in Tampa. the devil into the molding shops enjoying a prosperity that she
.... governor. slipped Friday night to a number of friends. the best ., rWatts '
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s Frank Tnrnqnist. a manly student of and cobbled up the doggone eap-head Mr. and Mrs. Markham of Hooaao has never experienced before in ,. ,
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p 1 The Naval Stores market is yet Stetson University, was on the wing that don't take his home paper and the Falls, and Mr. Merritt and wife of Free- her history. There is prosperityin :

in a demoralized condition and here last week. yahoo who takes his home paper for port, L. I., reached O. C. New Year'.. all channels of business, and & 'Milled :Co..I.11' I I'
and Carlile of Galveston and never a red cent
Mahone Wiggins many years pays
the operators are doing business Mr. O. Sarver of Pennsylvania arrived her farmers, truckers and fruit.I
-It TeL, visited their brother F. B for it.The. (Incorporated) >y ;
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last Saturday night to spend the are sharing in this
loss.
4 ; at a great Carlile and family here through XmasMr. annual Christmas tree festival growers pros --....
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remainder of the winter with his family.Mr. perity. VV ,
Jake Harper has treated himself was celebrated in the Lutheran churchat \
;. All the state house officials at and wife to a bran new, tip top, two this place Wednesday evening, the and Mrs. Baldridge and their '

Tallahassee will announce themselves critter for. daughters, Miss Nellie and Mrs. Harris
buggy for a Christinas rig. church being Beautifully arranged A Chines Solomon. '-'-
and arrived from PellnllvalllaSunday.
family,
''; as candidates to hold their A. O. Harper, the thorough business the occasion and crowded to the doors( I Two Chinamen brothers well advanced The Hobart M. 'Cable 'r4NOouse ,..

F 1.- jobs for another term. hustler of Anthony Fla., and his at not even standing room being left. A Miss M. Dickinson entertained a In age, quarreled over a pieceof ; fi *
large number of presents were distributed. land which they bad jointly inherited of
thinks
tractive wife were on this scene last party of 12 at dinner New Year's dayat ever making comI -
The glorious, delightful : from their father end went to law. ,
The Democratic National Oon week.A weather was spring-like, and not a I the O. C Hotel. A large number Tbe native magistrate beard' the testimony I between the Hobart M.Cable '

ft'** vention meets' at Denver in July. cordial welcome was accorded Mr. single case of drnnkenrsa was diacerna- dined there the same day. on both sides and determined' ( "any"other""Ft5noCThe

p 1 and Mrs.John Lofbnrg and family and Mr. Edward Carson, a contractor and that both were wrong and both right I Hobart' Cable
heard of the M.
The Florida primary to select ble; sober merry Christmas was : .
4 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lofqulat and familyof builder of Philadelphia, reached O. O. according to the different points of I
delegates will be held on every; side. The Cade family with view. Therefore, of so marked, that- when one
probably < Instead rendering
DeLand, also Curl Johnson, during last Tuesday, and is visiting his friends
B. Cade's of
in May or June. holiday week. the exception of W. family the Misses Luka at Miss Ma ey'.. a judgment In favor of cither ho order- Pianos is simply the;Hobart r
Stetson, met In reunion at the pleasant
I : ed that both be locked up in a cangn
Miaa Rosa Habbard, who baa been magnolia residence of Judge J. E. and As we failed to send in any items last with their bonds fastened face to This Piano Is a delight to |

r Senator W. J. Bryan, appointed greatly admired during ber mummer Mrs. Cade and celebrated the glorious' week the dinner at The Fenwick on face and kept there until they settled musician. The tone is rich.< f.

to fill the unexpired term of stay at PrlcevlIIe', baa. returned to her birth of Christ with a Christmas dinner' Xmas was not mentioned We will their quarrel. The cnnfiio Is a sort of, clear and harmonious. Don't think of'

Lake Helen home, to the regret of a say it was very much enjoyed by forty cage in which prisoners are placed
4, the late Senator Mallory, has appointed fit to set before a king. Including roast, purchasing a Piano until you have
host of friends.Capt. people. with their necks locked Into a bole in a
baked and stuffed turkey and
Mr.Lewis, of Marianna, every board. It resembles' somewhat the' seen and heard the Hobart fl.
The lumber is ordered for Miss Luka'dnew Cable
A. D. Clarkeon other toothsome article of diet on the
a representativecitizen
: his stocks which used for the punlBh-1
a> secretary who served for were
house on the pretty Iota she bought Piano. 4
of Lake Helen, accompanied by list of luxury. In the afternoon the went of malefactors In oldon times.

er of years in that POSI- his beautiful wife, was here last week, group of charming women strolled to of Miss Massey. Mr. Edward Carson When the brothers were placed In the I J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.

5or the late senator. twinging around the circle with relatives the depot where polite C. E. Smith, the contractor and builder of Philadelphia, Gangue, they were both very stubborn' .
has the -
handsome boxed the job. and Indignant but toward the end of
and friends. depot,agent, compass
cleared his scales and weighed An enjoyable evening was spent at the second day they began to weaken JOHN
B. WELCH J
Every barroom in the state of S. W. Bishop, an unmatchable workerof
1189 pounds of charming loveliness the Orange City Hotel Tuesday to nod on the third day reached a satisfactory
West Florida this last
Georgia closed for good at 12 was up way and released. ,
watch the old out and the new settlement were
Mrs. J. 8 McBride weighed 111 pounds year
; ORANGE
He skiddooed
week. from here W El- CITY FLA. ;
o'clock last Tuesday night, the fridge and DeLand to see his parents, Mrs. O. H. Cade 188; Mrs A. D. Clark- year in. Dancing, recitations, and _.... ... ....u... .. .. .. ..,...
a' state prohibition law going into Major and Mrs. Bishop.O. son 180; Mrs. J. O. Cade 110; Mrs. J. E. music helped to pass the evening Costly times In Human Lives. i
In ancient the great engineering FANCY AND STAPLE
.: effect: on the 1st., About $5,000- Cade 12S; Miss Helen Cade 129; Miss pleasantly.We works were costly In human lives. GROCERIES'
A. Miller, an unflinching worker Cade 104 Miss Kate Savage 98 are sorry to say that Mrs. Bnrrill TOBACCO AND
000 was invested in the rum business Mary ; ; The making of the Red sea canal is CIGARS
I and the skillful manager of the N. L. Miss Mattie Cade 05 Dallis Cade 48 met with a sad and painful accident have Involved
said to tbe loss of
; ; no -DRY GOODS. SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC.
-c in that state principally at -
I rterson packinghouse here has been Now it would take a mighty fine tooth between 4 and S o'clock Sunday morn- fewer than 120.00O Egyptians. Buc -- -

A 'Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, ,I hipping from 4 to 6 oars of fruit per comb to fetch a finer lot of typical Ing. She was up and it ia tbonaht she kle'e examination made him believe the Best and Freshest Oan.d..G d constantly; on hand and all first

Macon, and Columbus. week for sometime. He is a flrat-rate southern bonnie beauties together than reached for something which she failed number to have been somewhat exaggerated class Groceries for your table.

foreman this batch. to grasp when she fell and dislocated but lie gives It as still a guideto Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market In Connection.

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Honest Nels and Mrs. Pleraon have her right shoulder. Mrs. Keeler, who the enormous waste of human life
W. Lawson to -- Order receive attention
proposes In those days. The men who kept 2,000 careful and delivery"prompt. You will find my price'
been Fortunately has a room there, hastenedto
enjoying a pleasant lengthy visit a* low as the lowest. Give me call.
i boom for Roosevelt to Glenwood. slaves engaged for three years bring. a
from their handsome Mrs. B's. room on hearing her
two daughters cry
V 4 P9 tied, and with him Govoston Irs. J. M. Moore of Tampa'and Mrs. J. out, and In getting her into bed again, ing a to single the pyramids stone did from not Elephantine care a i,

rry of Minnesota, a A. Carry of Miami. These bonnie ladies Mr.!. Bredow visited Sanford: this week. the shoulder slipped back into place great deal I so long as In the twenty '- -

n Ir K i MfliftBi*!Mta/ Welcome-They i nil in mil -'Mr. H.: A. Wright gave a dinner New Mrs. K"returned .to her room to dress,. years In which one of the pyramids KLICKER f J
and to Mrs. Bnrrill was building there were BROSJl
it : 'ti. troth last week. I Year's eve to friends. on coming again forthcoming
; w Iet( the parties found her dressing also and saying she the 800,000 men required for tbe work.
'4 arrangemant Miss Margaret Montgomery, one at The Ely brothers and their families '
.for the beautiful flowers of Emporium, Pa.411111 ., spent Xmaa In Glenwood.Mrs. was quite free from pain, whereupon Merchant TailorsFour .
/dent( she raised her arm upward suddenly
m ->n mi the winter, guest of Condltt of Iowa visited friendstamtaxfaw Intonated In Antiques.
United States. her life, long frlenoVMrs.: ....Harper.. :! days last week. which threw it out of place worse than Professor McGoozle (suddenly checkIng '
tafore. The doctor was summoned and hluiHOlf)-Pardon me, Miss Oenevleve Doors South from
She: ia now filling a vacancy intnt Xmadb Fisher's Corner'
Mrs. F. W. Bredow spent she ia well as for .
Frank Clark hasbill store of Harper and Minshew and U at pr&nt getting on as talking so long. When I get
her son Will at St. Petersburg. can be iected.) but will carry her arm .started on my hobby I never know
in Congress for proving a valnble acquisition to that A number from here attended the In a sling foscyma time. TTtoa to stop. ought not to have asBiuntd Suits for morning, noon and Suit of shades and patterns '
force of the behlve
"erection of a government working Industry. party at Mr. Wm. Wood's last Friday The long looted for accident happened anyhow that you are Interested night, new,

Building'' cost $100,000, com The following formed the jury of In. night. on tbe railroad Xmas day. When the In anvlques. Miss de Mulr'- Indeed Suit that fit you, too, just Suit superbly lined all through "
I
ama rofessor. I could listen to
plete with office fixtures heat quest Saturday at Torplntlne City over Christmas was celebrated by family train was gallS back to New Smyrnaat for ho"\\-Chicago Tribune. you right, and through
Suit
the bdoy of the negro woman that was to catch the well made at prices right Suit that are
build. gatherings in different homes in the 12:43 severe boys ran .. S... a. a bargain true-
light, eto. A government killed In the drunken scrap' last week:: neigborhood. train as they lave been doing BO long, Waiting here. When you appear.

ing has become a necessity at De- W. A. McBride foreman, J. A.Harper II
; The orange shipping is about come to and their recUesaness has been a subject H. "

Land, and our people hope that H. H. Harper, Peter Heroon, A. D. a close In this section until the late of comment on all sides. This time have* friend Esospod."I who Is writing an CONSULTATION FREE

Congressman Clark will get this Clarkaon and W. H. Stone. Squire R. bloom ripens. one of the colored boys who bad already Indian version of 'The Star Spangled

,bill through the present Con M. McCorkle of Barbervilfe had charge Mr. Woolly entertained Rev. and Mrs. taken a "dro f too much" In attemptIng Banner." KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Flolrda l

The Price brothers of Priceville engineered West, Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Marion to jump board lost his foothold "I .pose It begins -Quase. can Ute

gress. a pleasant dancing party at to Xmas dinner. and fell his head being struck by the er" Inquired the cheerful idiot "

their model home Friday evening, and Several persons came over from De- car wheels! ant be was dragged several dodging imnudlately Into a convenient -'-. -

OLIYE OIL IN THE HOME. Capt. H. C. and hU brother Aaron sure Leon and DeLand to attend the Christmas yards whore hi was left beside the track doorway.__. city Journal. _.CC---: ._. -._. -._._._._. !,-. .
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riveted the wedge and glut into tree exercises In such an ins.nsible condition that he ,' : ..e:: C''I' :" .... C':.... C': e-: ..... e::.. : ,
Medical authorities claim that pop It 1* not permitted to the most equitable
two liquor boozing galloots there that 'Mr. Davis of DeLand Xmas. was thought h be dead. He recovered .
spent at of men to M a judge In his own
olive oil should be in all homes were trying to slang doodle, ,, however, sufficiently to walk with assistance
mope Mr. J. B. Conrad's with his friends Mr. case.-Pascal. .THE..o
and freely used. If taken freely 'strut and riot:,but It only took one dost and Mrs. Beckwith. to the jail, where he was made .

attack of of rainbow to silence heir as comfortable as possible. Dr. Whita-
l K it stops the appendicitis pills (( vulgar P. O. Sproul arrived on Monday from
and boohooing, stagnated tongues ker was called' and di I what he could ttt .
V and is a regular flesh and west Florida to spend Xmas with him Visit the W. C. WATTSn
and he
for the nnfortcnate young man,
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Whooppeel 1 Hurrah for the stork the
nerve builder, and a person is daughters and friends. train for his i .
the iIj
was put on evening
'' American bird. Since
most
cabled with' indigestion pmriotlu C. B. Spronl came Tuesday night home in Lake Helen Moving Picture Show
'f onr last write up we have found four from Bradentown and stayed until Sat \
used daily. An" \\t\
k cases of where the setting stork hat urday. He Is looking well. In the K ce to the Finish.To I .
aid of it Performance Continuous itii \ m.
: hatched and left bouncing babies, a : / 1/MbWJ1F5JOFE/ \

jir jack-of- pretty little girl at the Woe Creek home Mr. Campbell arrived from Savannah the dem ratio voters of Volnsia AFTERNOON, 2:-.80() to 5:80: iii
on Monday to spend some time with his .
estion of, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. North and a county: Doors open at 2 tit
wife and children the
two at Bredow _
see handsome girl ot Capt. H. C. Price' at house.B It has comet to my knowledge that NIGHT, 7:80 to 9:80: H, toto
I Prloeville, and a beautiful girl at Mad the report Is:over the county that I No. 65 N. "
J. Babbage will go to Bradentown Intent to withdraw from the Doors open at 7 ) Boulevard toto
have
; ____ Mn. Albin Hagstrom and a sweelWla or ,; \}
to pack oranges for a man that has a candidate for the office of Uit. DeLand Florida.
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girl at Mr. and Mrs.J. 8. Hatcher race' as a w\\
City. large crop as soon as Mr. Wright gets Beginning Monday
Turpentine
;i done here. Sheriff. /

ft hi f The yell no tune whang-doodle tooting Ethel Spronl came home Saturday This report, Is without the lout MUTINY ANDREBELLION tli) to .

tnulligan guard club treated the good foundation, aid this 1 Is to notify my New stock of. n.jjj .
From Glen St. Mary, and stayed until ill" '.' ,
r elk at this place to a rfg-a-marole, Thursday, then went to DeLand and friends and "oVmooratio voters of OF ODESSA '" '

I I whooplug and tooting jollification rip, from. there on Friday to Glen St. Mary. Volnsla count; that I am in this race to jg u Everything in the Hardware Line !/

roaring Chippewa Indian march Christina Mr. and Miss Waterman, Mr. and a finish, and p*>poee to make a thorough Of interest to reader and'ltudeka uu

eve. ,The musical director WM Mrs Ware, Rev and Mrs. West pic- and vigorous Rampaigin} every precinct of history. A picture full ot(pathos \'! Carefully Selected "I

Charles Swartengrten, Leroy McLamma Diced at the Spring the 80th. :The when )*'."campaign formally and dramatic Interest and In every re ,, and

violinist, W. H.. Roth harpist These weather has been so delightful that opens, in behaVof try \candidacy spect true to conditions of the Um .. ALL ,
reh everyone ought to spend as much time jy STANDARD GOODS
musicians were the main ol I have bad repeated assurances of m
gifted stay out doors. possible. Family Troubles of Mr. Boris ..
ill .
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the yuan. The got darned show moved strong 101'por' rom many of the democratic : ;
Tuesday evening a number of young Th Whole Dam Family and t
E in a ,wagon,drawn by a pair of long folk went to DeLeon to attend the voters a.'J: o.er'the county for the .

i tail mules hitched to a rattle-trap. Cbrittmas exercises at the school house office of sheriff)add I take this method the Dam po J | lders' Material;1)oorrtr&) ; : n}

The Cads &' McBride store has the and report a well filled house and that also of expresg tp 'my appreciation of Aladdin and His Wonderful Lamp. Blinds. !
tbe exercises was !good except for Santa this profered a d valuable support before (Hand Colored.).
efficient help now of Willie T. Walters,, Clans-they were not favorably impressed Plumbing etc. .Carried *
Supplies
who la from Montgomery county, Ga. with his conduct. the camp Ign really opens, and if -i

ae i b a polite mannerly salesman and N'xt week a minister .Is expected nominated wt oh I have every asenr NOW THAN : ;
ante of being i the first primary, and 7f Us
.la sure drilling with the ;yard stick to from the North to occupy the pulpit in
perfection and what .la better he .le a the Glen wood church. Rev. West" baa elected to the office, I shall honestly WANT you to visit my New Store; inspect my fine S >
filled It for ten but and failing the You Need Some Fruit w
dog-gone good temperance youth with health make year It necessary age for him to and faithfully llsoharge!! duties of lino and get my prices. I am here to please YOU !

sunny-Booth; good habits, who never Imbibes resign the work. We all hope they the office! am sacredly guard every Trees on Your Lot. li and my efforts have been direct Ji t6. that m
ett hole booze will make their home here if he is notable Interest of the eople of my county. know end' I
sink poison, nee the wante of tile 2J
I to preach. Thanking m friends In.advance I am Having bought the business and nursery i people 'of D4itand i in glottis; {
tobaooo or cigarette. and cheroots. HIs < stock of E H. Hayward Tied bY' General flVff
a ',Ii a hardware Store .
a splendid worker Rood horseman,, Mrs. H. 8. Andres has been very. sick ery truly, healthy lot of young trees. I offer budded and I h the .

trustworthy and reliable, without flaws, for several! days. Drs Reeve and Mae- FRANK S. SAMS. and grafted euros pecan, peach, t,9 es ," /\|
Diarmld were both there one day. She and other fruit tree of popular and) fine .
..kink or windshake. la reported some better now. Mr. The DeLand tnslness League will hold varieties at reasonable price W. G. WAT

"A little white bird gone born' to Andres has had an attack,of neuralgiain Home-Comln Week In 1908. The dates Call on me at my house in DeLand, I ,Ii : I

beareo. Al the Little Egypt home of his neck and shoulders. So they are are from Feb iarr I Id to 92 inclusive. or writ for what yon want for delivery '\11'( .....
an afflicted family at present, but all la November, Decembr or 'January.ALFRED .
Uiat Vermel Yarbrough, .on.Deor 15, hope! they may soon recover If you know c any persons who have :3 ij .r'.
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HOWARD
the little soul M yet flattering on the been resldentsof, DeLand In the past, :
Christmas exercise were held at the Michigan Ave.. DeL OL
tl1re.hhol4 of life, took its flight while church on Monday night. The house and are now presiding ..1..wb..Ddthe

be fond mother and relative watched was filled with people and the exercise, name ad addressee. to the committee

t bad wttk tender ear* and I.I .- oonaUtlna;of music, singing and recitations who fin see.that invitation Notice of Final Discharge if
The *
by the.Sunday school children, Record i
I, while they .planned the well done, showing the great pains are sent., TbaLeagne expect to' make Notice* hereby given that the nndvr-' ;
i great topea.but after moves were this V Homecoming W..k.an. annual signed administrator of the estate of John, "
in them By their teacher *
taken training ,
..; ." ... ,little ;And.ssPrlthngarrdlw. IK* BooehUl and Mrs. 3.' M. Conrad' e'NJI" and while\ work on advertising It July Daughertr, A. D., deceased THUS, present.,will hi, oa* Coal the lit aeeount day of equipped: to tar? tx

l | ...;...... Santa Clans arrived in time for 1908 ham, bqgnn r late,, the committee try the County Judge ot Volucla County, ; y s
HfiNM cut the tree warn,, wall supplied the uk for a* '
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T Home-Coming Week, February 16 to meat Phone 8.

I,1r.I { I b"IJbA: id Inclusive Miss Tbelma. Parson of Jacksonville r,

Lt kp't >, Jan.. 1, 19081"JJlgKSnEP1RTMENT Lake Mr.Helen Maynard Monday.Mr. Bond. was in town from' I la The the guest truckers of Mrs.will W.now A.begin Allen.preparations -


Lawrence Botts has returned for putting in the spring crops.

from hi* visit to Jacksonville. Mrs. W. 0. Gray of Orlando I la the ...FOR....

't } ? Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mace were Lake guest of her' son Rev. Campbell Gray. ''

[ } ; : STORE Helen visitor in town Wednesday. Airs. Judge McCrory spent the latter Comfort and Satisfction'

Florida souvenirs, Tasmanian shell part of the week over at New Smyrna. ..IN..
and Abalone shell jewelry at the Studio
Erlckson can give you a fine bargainin
Shop. the best sewing machines on the Ladies' and Gents'

Mrs. F. M. Bust of Orange City is market.

T Clearance; ) Sale on ClothingBegin spending the -week with Mrs. W CCannons. City Clerk McLeod was at Lakeland FOOTWEAR

; the latter part of the week visiting his

son Harry. . . . . . . ., I?
The public schools of the county will " " " " " " ".ans.

the New Year with a New Suit re-open Monday, having been closed for Mr. Jack Broderick was a DeLeon Our Stock is arriv-
the holidays.The Springs visitor to the county seat the Spring now r
first of the week.
best wishes of The Record are extended ing and as we are
wl
We this for each and of ,
are making possible every one all Its friends for a happy and< Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Tucker who
have a fine winter home at Orange City,
prosperous year. were In town Saturday. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE BEST BRANDS
t' you by putting a price on Clothing that is certainly Brill's new postal cards cover almost The County Commissioners and ... ,
locality of interest in Florida.
every School Board hold their first 1908 meetings and of Shoes the Marketit
interesting from the standpoint of a Purchaser. Hundreds of them. next Monday and Tuesday. Styles on .

( There will be an eclipse of the will
k sun Prof. H. C. Hill of the Stetson Law pay you to
just before sunset this afternoon but
Boys'; Black Blue and Mixed Suits Men's Black Suits will not bo visible in Florida. School spent a portion of the holiday us
vacation on a business trip North. SEE J!! BEFORE PURCHASING
Rev. Harris, the new pastor of the Mr. Ferris S. Litz, of Ann Arbor. .

$I.srO Suits now $1.19 $10.00 Suits now $ 8.50 will Methodist preach Church aE his church Sooth Sunday.A this .place, here Mich for, friend a stay.of Prof.He has F.a R.son Osborne.attending is ." " " " " " " ," ',

number of students from the XJnlversity Stetson. ALL THE LATEST SHAPES
2.00 Suits now.. 1.49 12.50 Suits now 9.25
of Chicago; arrived this week to Rev and Mrs. A. P. Frost of Winona,
.. '' 2.50 Suits now 1.89 15.00 Suits now 10.50 take the winter course at Stetson. Minn., are spending the winter at De- =IN=

A number of students from Land: the of their
new over guests son Prof. W.
48 3.00 Suits now 2.19 16.50 Suits now 13.50 the State are enrolling at Stetson University W. Frost.

for the winter and spring terms The young folk enjoyed a delightful SHOES
. 4.00 Suits now 2.69 18.00 Suits now 14.50
Mrs. Albert Turner of Barbervill New Year's dance at the Putnam Inn ,

5.00 Suits now 3.89 20.00 Suits now 15.50 spent a part of the holidays at DeLand, Tuesday night, about 80 couples participating
, the guest of Mrs. McLeod, at The Mo. : in "tripping the Ught fantastic ZIA1 =

8.00 Suits now 625; 22.00 Suits now 17.50 Leod'B. Mr. Francis Wootten, of Richmond,

Mr George Marsh, who is In the tomato Va., has associated himself with the I
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*Men's Mixed Suits growing business at Dania, downon Hayward real estate and insurance
the East Coast, I is spending several agency and is out hustling for business
Men's Black Suits
Young weeks at home. A successful week ot prayer Is going
" $12.50 Suits $ 9.25 > &&&:ec f1A
now Messrs. O. H. Curtis and Albert on this week at the Baptist church, -
$ 5.00 Suits $3.98 and much interest is manifested in the
13.50 Suits now 9.75 now Turner prominent orange growers in
Have horse at Bates'Stables OSTEOPATHY
the north end, were at the county seat meetings all the churches of the city your clipped

.ft i I 15.00 Suits! now 10.50 6.00 Suits now 4.75 on business yesterday. uniting. done wale west New wait York Ave. Will be Dr. J. R. Moseley, graduate of the
Dr. ;yon
W. N. Clarke, of Colgate College, Kirlcsvllle School of Osteopathy
I 16.00 suits now 11.95 Miss. _Minnie. Harris,u.who has been the_ Hamilton N. Y., and Mrs. Clarke, are New Year's was quietly celebrated at der the founder of the Science. '
10.00 Suits now 8.50 guest of her' friends, Misses Maliel and Office-The first 'floor of the Carrollton -
spending the balance the winter at De- DeLand. The
Myrtle Davis for the holidays, returns day was a perfect one Hotel, over G. A. Dreka & Co.'a ,
18.00 Suits 14.50
f.-.. now Land occupying their handsome Southern regular Indian Summer weather All dry goods store ,,
Sunday to her home at Eastman, Ga.
12.50 Suits now 9.25 home on north Boulevard. business houses of the city closed For Hours-9 to 12:30: and 1:30: to 6, or by

20.00 Suits now 15.50 Stetson students returned yesterdayfrom Hon W L Thompson and family, the day and the postoffice kept holiday appointment. Phone 188. ,

1 the holiday vacation, passed! at who have a beautiful winter home on hours. The colored citizens, under the
their homes, and are again buckling of Lincoln Memorial Association The Marsh Market.If .
East New York Ave., arrived Wednesday auspices -
$10.00 Overcoats now $ 6.75 down to hard work at the University.
for the balance of the winter here. of DeLand celebrated Emancipation you want the choicest outs of Meats
" The streets of DeLand are crowded DeLand friends are glad to welcome Day with a parade through the eave your orders with us. The beet of I '
t I' 12.00 Overcoats now ; 8.75 with automobiles among them are them back. streets, and speaking and a free dinner Beef Mutton and Pork; Boast and ,

f some handsome cars, brought down It at the city park and their program was Chops, Sausages Hamburg Steak '
know the addresses of of
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15.00 Overcoats .. 11.00 yon any
now -' from the North bv our winter visitors the pioneer citizens of DeLand who are carried out peaceably the event being etc fresh and Courteous Baited Hams attention,Breakfast and prompt Bacon,

There Is not much Improvement in now living elsewhere, send the names participated in by hundreds of DeLand'a delivery. i j I

; the orange market and the growers of to the Business League committee, that colored; population. Rev. S. F. Hadley, Marsh Bros.
$10.00 Cravenettes: now $ 7.50 the county are holding back heavy Invitations and advertising matter may Principal of the DeLand Colored Graded

t shipments until there I is be sent them School, was the orator of the day.
12.50: Cravenettes : 9.50 an improve
now NOW IS THE TIME
ment. Col. D. B. Paxton tendered a smoker While Mr. Lawrence Peek, clerk at !

,13.50 Cravenettes now 10.50 f Oranges, grapefruit and tangerines to a number of friends out at the campof Tisher's drug store, was away at Mel. ; I
will be the domestic fruits in our the DeLand Naval Stores Co. Monday bourne last week, spending the holidaysat To buy an Orange Grove,

15.00''ravenettes now 12.00 t market for the next few months, though night, and a delightful evening was his former home he was married to before the bargains are all
the strawberry should be in during passed by all present The Colonel I is a Miss Mattie May Hoke of that place, .
\ '!',:t February. prince at entertaining his friends. Rev J. B. Hawk, former pastor of the taken up.

." $15.00 Coats $10.00 The DeLand Reality Co. has sold to First Methodist church of DeLand
I Top now Remember that William Woodward per We have them in all sizes
is here every Tuesday and Thursday Theo. Strawn of Ottawa,111., the Henry forming the ceremony, December 28th. up

,1r with those delicious oysters from the Stevenson grapefruit grove northeast of The young couple reached DeLandSaturday to fifty acres, and at; prices
town, the consideration being $1,600.Mr. and with Mr. ?
cultivated beds in Tnrnbnll Bay. Leave are stopping from 9500 ,,
up.
Strawn has a bargin in the pur- and Mrs. R. P. Walters. The Record
and Groceries .
: Staple Fancy your order at Erlcksoo'sstore.Jim
: chess, as the fruit from it this season extends its congratulations and best
Erickson has a big stock of sew sold for more than that. We can offer you a variety
wishes to the happy couple. Mr. Peek
ing machines, all the best make, and
One of the racers for the Onnond- has been with the Fisher drug store for of locations--around De-
r\ be I Is offering big bargains on them for
Daytona beach races was housed at the the past year or so, and his many De-
; Hay Grain Orange Box Material and Wraps the next 80 days. Start the new year Land, along the River, andin
with a new machine in your home. Gordan & Butner garage the first of Land friends are extending best wishes
the week. It came South via Clyde and congratulations.' different parts of the
The merchants of DeLand closed up, Line and off
was put at Beresford, State.
A : last Tuesday night probably the best going across the country to Daytona

G. A. Dreka & Co.Ttph77ne: year's business they have ever done. from' this place. Its speed is 80 miles FOR SALE
They are too, carrying the largest and an hour. A new dwelling house on Minnesota IF YOU WAIT I

finest stocks of goods they have hereto. The subscription of many of The Rec avenue Shelled street three blocks f ,

I fore' carried. ord's subscriber expired at the end of hath from roam University.plenty Eight verandas large, fine rooms fire-, until spring, you cannot rt

;: Several parties who bought bearing he year and to take advantage of the places, electric light, hot water tank, at
.. . ...... '' "' '.' M M M .* M . +..+ M_ Mt MI orange groves In this section several dollar rate should respond at once to and> best sanitary plumbing. TUlesgperect. : buy present prices.
Price If sold within 80
3,000
years ago have received for the fruit of the bill rendered you, otherwise the .
day. S B. WILSON, SEE Gould Brothers
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. the past two crops sufficient money to rate is 81.00. The dollar rate is strictlyIn DeLand, Fla.
reimburse them for all the expenses of advance and we hope. our friends will
he properties. bear> this in mind.

I THE OLD YEAR THE IXPOBTAKT NEWS ITEMS OF President Halley and Prof A, L. Miss Minerva Bond leaves tomorrow --- I ITHERE'S

Inhrie are at St. Petersburg, attending A ROAD BETWEENbuying
THE PAST WEEK. for Mnrfreesboro, Tenn., where she at
he StaGe Teachers' Association. President if
ends college. She was accompaniedby the right and the wrong .
has left It's mark of Prosperity with us, Local and 8oot.tr Item for the People's Halley delivered his lecture on Miss Gertrude Westlake, of Lake kind ofREAL '
Eugene Fields before the Association Helen, who is in of the music
charge
and the fact that it
we recognize was Paper-Brief Mention of Fact .. Wednesday evening.
department of that college. Miss West- ESTATE.
largely due to the Patronage and Word of Seen by our Reporter. Judge Stewart has 1300 boxes of his lake has been spending the holidayswith -y
I On one side is satisfaction and
the crop of fruit off. He will have 8000 or I her parents e
Good Cheer have
you given us by way. Wade the tnrer. Orlando. profit-on the other I is disappoint
4000 boxes. His crop of grapefruit, In Gould Bros sold two city properties
We wish to our great appreciation Table board. 41 Rich Ave. I ment and disaster. This office
express the hammock six miles north of town, this week as follows: The brick bouse
cheerfully places It* wide expert: : Tt
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: and assure. you that as we face Of course yon forgot to write It 1908. about 000 boxes, is as pretty fruit as on Wisconsin Ave., known as the Snyder ence at the service of the novice,
ver'ihlpped out the State. to Mrs. M. R. Cleaveland
New stationery and curios at Brill's.Mr. place absolutely without charge. It
Ben Fish spent the holiday at Dr. John W. Foster, a colored pbysl- consideration $3150; the Hiram Bird also offers a list of choice lots for
THE NEW YEAR I home. clan, has located at DeLand and will property, corner Voorhls and Florida sale in locations of positive value
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practice among his people here and avenues to Mrs. Joseph Smith Cocoa, r ;; sometime at price lower than
Get yonr magazine at the Studio Fla. Consideration $1400. I is asked for them elsewhere. Call
iclnity. He has been practicing in
and let us it.
Shop. prove
> It Is with a purpose to serve you better If Jacksonville a number of years, and is Mr. Carl Brokaw, who has a fine ..J
Mr. and Mr. K. F. Lutz are visitingat a graduate of a regular medical college.) lock of Barred Plymouth Rock at his E. H. HAYWARD
possible. We hope you will be free to Enstis.
home here, was one of the exhibitors at
The the State board
way pardoning
command us In any way we can serve Mr. Bill G. Blake was a Lake Helen deals with convicted blind tiger keep- the Poultry Fair at Orlando last week, 37 BOULEVARD DELAND, FLA. :
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m you, With best wishes for the New visitor here Monday. era it is cheaper to sell whiskey in a dry and took first premium for the Plymouth _
Prompt attention given your orders at county than in a wet one where the' Rocks[ he bad there, and too, over
Year, we remain, "McBrlde's Market. Phone 8. license I is 11000. This board let Gill and Plymouth Rocks which took the two

Yours very truly, Judge James E. Cede was at the Gldden off with a |100 fine for selling first held recently.prizes at the Alabama State Fair ,_::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

county seat from Pierson Saturday. liquor In Volusla.. .
V Mr. Neal Alexander was from '
MY. Bedford Jones was at the county Mr. W. 0. Cannons is pinestrawing up SHE'S THE SATISFIED.'OWNER'
DeSoto last week the
county spending
seat from the north end the first of the the DeLand-Daytona road where it I is t'
\\ALLEN'S DRUGSTORE I holidays at home. He has been In
of the
basket from
week. not shelledso automobiles, etc., can use overflowing
charge of the orange packing and ship
it, while road ia being shelled private OUR.
# G. A. Dreka & Co. gives yon some ping interest of Alexander & BaIrd

attractive prices In clothing in their ad subscriptions In Daytona paying for down there since early fall, and has RELIABLE GROCERY,
same, and Mr. W C. Cannon donatingone
this week.
sent to market several hundred can of I
half the cost himself. T where the purest, freshest Coffee.
borne made fruit. The bulk of the fruit has been
Try our bologna and pure and Tea Preserved
I Fruit in can
farm Judge McCrory returned Saturday from tout section of the '
"McBrlde's hipped
: ; sausage Market orange and "
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glass, finest Olive Oil, Catsups
1
Phone 8. from Tallahassee, to which place he accompanied belt. I'

j. F. 'A'L'LEN' .& CO'. W. O. Cannon has received three carloads Rev. J. E. Miokler and The Electric Theatre, here for five 'I and and table the entire luxuries list of await neoeaoltle theappreciative ,k
family. Mr. Mickler I Is stationed
of fine Kentucky horse in the near weeks, playing under the auspices of
,
public., We keep
a past 10 day that place for the present year. Miss he Fire Department, is giving somerood
.J.1eadln.c' Furnltu ,House'of yolusla County Janle Garwood Strange accompaniedthe shows Its moving show only the bait and we'trlve to
Mr. Clarence 0. Heave and family peotnre keep our price Just a* attractive.' ,
Judge home from Tallahassee.
spent the Ia as good as can be seen on the road, '
holiday. at the
former homeat Come In and judge if w... suc
I I" New Smyrna. I During the spring of last. year Messrs. and crowds are attending every day.. It Mi'T i ceeded.Vi'E .
Sam D. Jordan and 'G. T. Haynee at 'Dixie Land Park Theatre, Jacksonville
Mr. and Mr. B. N. Wright of Elmlra, was .
:bRwQP IN" N.'Y. are the guest of Mr. Wright' bought a ten' acre orange grove northwest all last summer All the chil-

parent on Minnesota Ave. of the city and the two crop last dren of DeLand should see the moving .
I .. and see our Newest winter and the present paid, in addition picture entertainment
I I' .: sonvtll Mr. and Mr.the George Powell of Jack to the current expense of the property, Misses Mabel and Myrtle Davis delightfully wish to thank our friends and the'publi, In general
- : and were guest of Prof and the purchased back with a Ij vv for the liberal patronage given during the IIolttt
Ci Styles in Parlor Mrs Canon the first of the week money surplus entertained a number of : ? ,on !
,iy.. I : Ml Katharine" ; left. friends last evening from 8 to 1030: at days, and adopt this method to extend our best wishes to, all r i]
** Crawford '
:E :Dining? Room ''fur- her Studio of Music for the winter will tern open Mr. and Mr*. Geo. E. Terry and son he home of their parent Mr.:and Mr. for a Happy and Prosperous New 'Year.' Hoping'' for ar-eon-.' yli ; r
I Mr. Fred Terry arrived from the Connecticut H. Davis on north Boulevard their )
i"S' 1"- on Uondar.Jan. e. Marsh Building. tinuance of your many,.favors, which: we"Msur*> you, willr.;: 7 '
\
'r : borne the latter part of the friend Miss Minnie Harris of Eastman '
niture '
p ,, Several) choice bargain* have been ceive the very best+ ot Lttationf remain *
week, and are at The College Arm for; Ga. being the guest of honor. The ; twe. 'y'
had at DeLand during the, pant few the erason. Mr. and Mrs. Terry havepared home was prettily decorated'for the retipdctfnlly-

: week In the. purchase of orange grove' the .last six or eight seasons at occasion with potted plants cat flower* ,. .. ,Yonravery.', -- : \u it t .
.j .
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. 'AL ; There an al least 80.000 boxes 'of orange The College Arm. They are always aDd evergreen, the porohe and,,yard P 'oi179 .,, ,r 4'

,- ""' '2J., P. EN&c'O'. IS.L.nd, talc 1, *and grapefruit yet to be shipped glad to get back to the hotel and to De- Illuminated with Chine** tan..... ',.r::" Ok" A. H..' WOODALJ. '

-: I : from the. ,grove .In.,.the vicinity .of D..o.a .- Land. Mr. Terry ha*a beautiful camp There' were thirty couple present:and ""' ... ot" ... .,,, 1iii""." ;,? ,"'.>1'{ "" /

., Lay' ap.in thfl. A4IXQa4QQkI t Progressive..Animal. .wa* the game*. i .&, n ---" .i ii;; ,; .;;I';$V".. '
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: Want 'the BEST ORANGE WRAPS Ask for Notice Gredrtorsc .., (t COAST LINE I
If You Notice Is herebY given that the the uouniy undersigned I 11TmT T
iA:MMnR'[ ut.tHE"WAA has been appointed by mL
Florida, Executor:
Judge of the Rotate Of Volunl of Julia qounty! 0,' 1 ygrne,3 ate deceased a/ U atA'It'ADfloes

1 t of enid oflnty, lad eke\ dU,.. quell |
All cedltore, 'lega.
','An Old'Soldier's Story of the Bai tr1UIzt .I fled teas a>dlstrlbntoes.-'and such exeontor. all said'personsMTiagclaims estate arbe..eby ==: ; ; Everywhere.M ;; =5 $
demands against .
or
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'tie of Yellow Tavirn.JEB ,n 1 rtrA' authen'I nBtlflad; tel, to to-present the. uh'"t-ttie*!"same-ily"l1 v1thl"' MH W1est !.
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sYOJAiVs) Ws FIG"T, + q i faa'4 t2 1',' : t aFl.t ? w the bebaneJ.time nreserlMid by F. 'bIIDORNIII, Exeod (r.' l btt $tt/tl] M


irr'Wr-'C' wa. n DeLand. Fla. Nov. 12, 1007. __ ; I II
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KvVoundedb'neraVs'. ..W l Bray' 1/ M '
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cry In the Fao of D.ath-Cu.t.r'., IF IrRL' : .O t 1I trA Notice of Citation. I bot1 PU"DMAN'.SERVfq, Mer

Brilliant Charge as 8.iasvby'\ a"CbrfrnMat 1o. "'Jorllia. \t.. "'
bo Abfda
Voutll luty. ta. ,
In the; 'Judge :5 wi -6N ; .
Cavalryman. y 1 By oUald Oohnty
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+. rb 7 r rllJj to ) r
Rn 6A Whereas, D. V. Morrison has applied '
"' he 'tnosf Drllllnnt -charge ever this. <'ourt< for Letters ofAUrmnlstratlon ;,
") 'witnillleed was made by. Ouster at the on the Estate of Juke Lofton*'\Wfoesfcd; late i - rPfl f CE" FOLDER M Mw .
!battle' of tel row Tavern," cull an'' cold of said County of Volusta. = CONSULT THE '
olte and .,,,monist ; ...: r It' ./,/ .
'Confederate cavalryman "It WOll The eare. therefore to : "' .. II ,, '" ; I r JI CI '"
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kIndred cItejIler.!
historian'now ah. and eluguhU"n. 11I114 '
'near the of what !
beginning
vi before =
$
01 saltll1..ceaaoll be and appear reservations see :
I. q, call the Wilderness campaign, this Court on or before tbe 13tb day of Jan For detailed Information schedules, rates and ,
"I ''Was 'w'lth'Jel Stuart,' d"nerlll ilary A. )) ,1HHI! and ale obieotions,11any ,.. f ; IlUr'iiedtcat Tlc\te\! !' g+idto'i>!t46'dd catI'611. ;
m'. br they'Hilvei ''tltlie'gr6trtliikl litters i '"
Fits:'Lee'e dlVlBlon.' Wl kb
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aforesaid, otherwise tbe same will be granted Coast Line B.B.'UeLand. Fla., fir .
;gad had Phil Sheridan's troops were ; aa prayed. | E.'L. POW, Ttclret AgeutoAtJantlo .. g
:hangliiit' bn: Als'like a 'pack Of uungri ot L ) S
Witness'' mf' hahie.; 'us'CoontV Jutfce BOYLSTON, Trav,Paas. Agt A. O. Jacksonville Fla.
i :wolves, nipping us at every turn. the ifeuntv aforesaid, tbl.17lh day ol Deo- FBANK O. }
"We left Hanover Junction about i NT..rd_ comber, 1001. = A. yp,1'tt'rr'o'li'blvlelon# PB8aenjer Agent A. U. I* ) =
,. LEE McCRORY.
o'clock one night and reached Yellow (Seal) Oounty'ludge. vt. ..".. J'
Tavern before 'lO ei:I6cic:'th i rialmorntag. : .. .. .......... j.. .jYj. .

, i We'liadn't m6te 'tliim! !jhalto d CIt Best and most Economical to Use : --
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Sheridan '
'at the Tavern when up comes Notice to Non-Resident
,and 1'rtea'to' -drlve'ii. out. Itwas ? ,

t 'pretty; tough struggle, a hand to ban \ooic FOR THE LABEL-THE' JAPANESEGIRL'IN RED. In CIroult Court Seventh Judicial'Clroulof Ii I.
Florida 'In dud for Voluslu County lid: ifltoersityIk
'1 flgb,'lend' we fll ''Mtek'froni the Tat InICbad .ry. John B. Stetson :

em, Tiut held our position on the tel< '
& CO. DeLand R. S. MALEY Daytona Lutber T. Graham) .
DRELA ,
1 graph1 road leading to Richmond. '1 For Sale by Q. A. vs \ '

e war ';vlth the battery on the extrem Ella Graham ) bktCACO.
left wing, and It waif. 'about 2 o'cloc IRELAND & McCALL, New Smyrna 'ro EllaWrnham 'FI"ILIATID'WITH' T14B UNIVLtABI1 Y b'p

In the afternoon when rotters came tor. ,'_n You are hereby required to appear to .....----.....

the Whole division, except' tbe. Fir the bill of'' o+mplelot' tiled !herein jayalAnt Identical with the Univer.COLLEOE
1868. In tbe cause bn or l before LIBERAL ABTS-Standarda are
THE TREE DOCTOR. ESTABLISHED you
glnUkas) to dismount. Forgot Hims.lf.'Her gyCqEGEgoUP
3rd Foyrpary,1005.
the of
"It'did seem good I can tell yoi Htfs'bitnd (during the spat>- The VolhiflaCdlliAy day Record: \t hbiebydebtgnated LAW= ,.du tee admitted lilthoutbiiididatioa In Florid.
after;so many hours In the addle,' to file Method of Treating a Trunk Thbla Db .t ''y think for a' minute that you A. F. YOUNG & CO. as the.newspaper In which this order COtLKQB: OF TKCHNOUjay-KIeotrloaJ!: Mechanical,. and Civil Enkiuierlllg. 1,
stretch out on the ground and take Osaaylng. fool shall published once a week lor four } / .. .
can 'ImpoJe on me. There are no oonseoutlve'wteeks.Witness: :; -Flve course of .tody for Florida School
a sntoka that M, all who ha4'. tbJnlr; I"I When'i tree doctor treats a decaye.tree' In our family. His Wife-Why, John, Commission MerchantsIN my band and seal of olnoe this COLLEGE FOR TEACHEE
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to 1IID1>1Ie.: There .wa.!'JdSt one tlb* f uamong. he begin by cntttng"an aperture you forget yourself I-Chicago News. 2Gth day of December, 11)07. Teachers.KEPABATORYACADI -For"''OlUeago,'Harvard. Yale, Princeton ..,

..,tha tjtvtfole'!: tiattery and 'blf In the tree largo enough to allow 'hlo JORDAN Shorthand Typewriting, .
i 5* boy who owned It passed It down tbe< to get at the Inside and remove all tlle: Romance of Failure. ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Clerk Circuit Court VbluudChunyFG.LanddatFish M'2flf5HliSSScblLEOE-Bookkeeplng.t Banking,

line.and each man took his turn put decayed wood. -Tbla la I essential to lIe: Failure Is nearly always more ro Bollbltort Odmplalfcant M' J L'OF ABbrfANIO Ah'rs:.LWoed'< UbtTIroli ''vVorknafind Manual I'SfH'g fl flT" '

Ing'a I\ It When 'It 'wae'guhe''e' 811 success of the 'operation. When thloi mantle than success. As a rule, when 1
$lslor1 of )lusl '
r i began to"speculAte"bn"whafdevlltr; work has been done the cavity la ready: once a man Is comfortably succcssfu ideiit : L OF MUSI2Piano'Organ( '' Voice 'Tteoryy J >
Non-R@
1 SherldKnf6dld: ; be 'up;.to> next am to be filled. The composition used I.n he censes to be Interesting.-Loudoi. Noticd to Teachers' Course. nd ralaUDIl, edl. w.WrOOlor. pastell
how Jeb Stuart 'would head him off of contains five parts WHYYou I 'HOOL OF ?-ABTS-DrawIng: 'T .8ull aJ48 In Faculty.
case large fillings Reader. In the Circuit Cbuh of the Seventh! Judicial/ ) STETSON b.. ouhgec..11 TrfAhld ownuwi"' t" *
It''wasn't'long' 'before some fellov of sand to one part of Portland cement, Clroult'of 'Forida, In and for dull lcourine. strong 18aol er.. modern equipment, 10laboralori@s! 2 museums,
L ''.wished for a drink 'of'water.' except tor the outer part where the e We nro beat of all led to men's prix should see MR. BUNDICK, their Voluila County.U. mnasium\ ,211 claw rooinVseparate dormltortes for bothebeedemoriaidining auditorium r.'

''. .?, You')know how It Is. ;,Wrun'! ne'inim' Ingredients are tised hair and half, this clplca by what they do.RutJer.HAPPY special agent Putnam Inn B. Van D<)in\>n'Company, I 1 1a I *( I'IJ.>opd and lion stops, manual training olubsi I 1omeitllene'lltecorv: sooietJw" star lecture '.

t Wishes,.for j 1 water,tb whole companj; outer coating'being' 'several lncn i. I DeLand Fla. corporation organized ...nile"t.tlDg iours, s'OhrlstlanT/ssJolatSons.'geae\;<< IHJraTy U5ouO'vdlaln4st( ( ) special! law ,

begins to swear they are dying ot thick. To hold the cement In plait under of Florida the,laws of} I Mbtary.tnoloaed! athletic held, running track, tennis courts baseball diamond
the State < aDd tree
thlr t., Jack I launders and I took a while 'It Is hardening a stout tin ii r 'Va.A. rjotb aU Bold parfllke canijpus, bell roads oejnaiitwtlkBJ; tIMe""bOOry, steam heat', '

bunch of canteens and started over the kino la employed,' this being secured t 0 A BECAUSEThey H. Ryland. Christian (not secWrtan\ bells) amuarh'ere6p, fraternities!n w'all,deuehtaleleotrio exhibitions-- receptions re-

bill to a spring that be had seen that the trunk of limb In a way to preserve ro A. H. Ryland, and All Whom It May lights electric ewurslons, festivals.concerts Attendance now biggest In history of
citals, :
morning. I was on my bands and knees the natural shape. The tin Is put on hi HOMEIs are specialists In Oranges sod Concern I University vespers Generous patron; no money spared. Stetson to tor Florida lint,

i overOirf'BprW;when I Heard Saun.dere' strips, being fastened wIth round steel' on* where health abounds. Grapefruit They are the largest dealers !In the United You are hei\eeb'I"'tlluted 9y!:\"notlfled that a by suit C. bytarnlsbment B.Van last lnforniatonaqoatal6gues'Vulletin8! I views, and folders t \ ; address "
For
$ grunt of surprise. halls broad head and a'small under "
laving a staler.ThrZ Demo company, a corporation DeLand Florida
1 "There;"" only a i few hundred yardd. shank The strips are wide enough to With Impure blood there cannot are trying to make YOUR Interests be laws of Florida, akulnat you In the Clr. PKESIUEST LINCOLN HUCbBY'A: .MIPh.4D( f ,

'away,""''' a': 'considerable body of cav lap over the sound wood, and the+ be good health.Wlthatfteordered Til KIH Interests. uttCourt Iho'Secenth Judicial Clroullf d
upon LIVER there Their facilities are unsurpassed.They Florida, In and for Volusla county and 1 r'f>
a alry. Sure that It was our right wing nails 'are placed from half an inch to o 'or you the advantage of the three hat S. V. Hou b"uII1JRI." M. Bond., co-Bart --" "-- -- .
-
e I'wondered to see them :mounted and an Inch: apart, acordlng to the atrafn cannot be good blood.'TotI's !. largest erinue markets In this Country-I',nera doing businesses Hough & Bond, nave --- f a
;, In rank Just then the voice of an of- Imposed. New Yotlc, II IP'OII. and Plt'sburg. 1!>wen garnisheed by plaintiff in said ,
one lilts to BUY experience. t'ou and all Interested In .ala

I fleer" Cavklryt rang out'lrl: htlonl! Draw saberP lower The part tint strip of.the. of aperture tin la put and on the at trie cement two They Usually years'oiler you work tbs In advantage the orange of Industry their forty.for ,,.ause n or before are require otherpersons ttte-<2d t"to day'of appear March to said, action A. D. Bopd 'to jr/ 'b'er I Cb pal q]Y l:

The entire line moved forward at a put In until It roaches nearly quick walk, and as the ofD<:er wheeled the top of the tin. 'Tben a second strjpIs' i Mr. Bundlok receives by wire the actual i gainet ;you by; tltfuult

hl" ttoVte'' I saw' his face. My Plod,' IIi '' put on, lapping over the other' two day sales and prices keeps of Urangue his patrons and Grapefruit posted on each the (Seal) ,BAWL.Clerk D.of JORDAN said Court.: Will quote you price. and supply you, from their! yards near the depdt ;
1/11'
was Ouster! The situation came to or three Inches, and tbe two nailed' tb- terlvlfy thetorplil LIVER andrestorf market, so that they know dally what the 1 I By R, K. HAML1N, D O. 'DeLb.nd:with best cjftass axtd fellow lIne
BanndeVs and 'me,,like 'a 'Hash. Wo gether. Then more cement Is used add sales are. J!AY, DOQQETT & SMITH :ft
Its natural action.
threw down the canteens and started so on until the cavity Is filled, the lait Attorney fOrPlalrftlffGuardian's Lumber 'flooring .Ceiling -louldings
4 lack tS the bkttbry"dak'dVad\ run. strip of tin being best down while tne A healthy LIVER means pure We wish you would ;. ,

"Trotr Ouster's: ,.voice., rang out final application 'of 'cement Is "'bolrtg blood. -. Consider the Following Questions: ,
again. Then he shouted, 'Charge! dttd" Notice. Shingles Latlu-Etc,. iA11LumberBuildingandFire -
huddled Into place the''cavity'efaUrely Pure blood means health. Does the Commission House you trust ri .
I? ':Wlth wild cheers, his cavalry \flash'fed filled.'and''ttuiri It'Is'stralgUtenc'' dup with fruit give the advantage of ,
Health means happiness.Take your you Notice Is hereby' gWen 'that this under. Brick bement etc., promptly delivered
'forward1: In' a .wee Ina gallop, at. I 'and 'Batted'In"pltiee. 1 In ca e'+t more than one market .gned guardian of J. 1. Clarkson and Sale ,
k -taoklngt; bur. entire left;wing at tho extra large cavities large- sheets of 'tin no Substitute. All Druggists.: Have they been In business long enough I Clarkson minorheirs of 'Evelyn'O. anowhere In the
f,: same time. We saw our battery taken, or sheet Iron are nailed on the outside to look out for your Interests In all its ] lane, deceased.will on Saturday, Feb.' 1, ..
'' phases? 908, at the hour of 10( o'clock a m. or aa
our line broken'n'ttd"our'tnen! runninglike to prevent the tin from bulging oat Above all, have they given you entire eat. ;ion thereafter as ha can. bbhekedka >ly
sheep. Saunders and I had hut ono until the cement has hardened when Fisher & Swinburne sfaction la the past I to the Hon. J. tee MoCrory-ilge fefHhs. p :&iN V rks1
thought-to. join, our, fleeing 'company; they can be removed. The smaller tae 'ounty Jt\/lWa/ Court Bf V1ual. C8\ioly.. Deii) tiltw afld 1 1hg 1 n'lls 11y w
4. we reached the telegraph road cavity tbe larger are the strips of tin IF NOT, WHY NOT? lorlda.i at his office In the Court House 1neLand
In said for authority to
,
ooanty
and
''VboWthe'dtn' Artistic Painters "
of tfte battle r beard Jeb
employed, as tbe'strain la proportion lell at private sale tbe following described
.!Btuarf i! a ,'olce, ,'. here he way: making \ltely't' ss. In twenty-fonr boors' 'time ASK MR. BUNDICK real estate, the property ofoaid ihimw.: toviti > J. T. OAIRN$,rPrvpr..and Manager.LUMBER.
a stand with a nandful ot men around the cement will hAve hardened com! Paper-Hangers All that lot.-piece or* parcM oflfnnd
I'lam.i removeO.\ rung and being In the city of DeLand, D.R E S S D ;
Ml be
and the tin
+ seemed pletely may ounty Voluila and elate of Florida, a*
i "It but a moment before Ouster's This remedy Is applied successfullyto ; Latest Designs and Colors In Stock. Trespass! notices printed on cloth, can orlbed aa a part of lot U In block 10\ ot D. U.ogera' AND HOUGH
troops were coming'ti ck as fast !:. on file
w, fruit trees as well as shade tree survey andniap lYeLapd'
be bad In at The Record
a. they had gone forward. They hold any quantity tn the ofHce of tad CliikViT:; tha CIrSult Court '
-We New York'Ttrb\me. office. .,. fVoluala Florida. located in theouthweatquarterhiteotid'g elnnf I !o tolnf'Bidlllr."rdr: "iHnff, Scroll! Sawing Mofeldftig. Wlndo; ana
met the First greeted
( Virginians.-'Ifnh No. la: E. Rich Ave. K'townshlp; 11 Y'Y' ames. \ !rsfantellB'TaVned'Pren: ; : columns etc", .
them with hi'r7atleLyel tha'l''tcbarge A LESSON 'IN 'NERVE. outh. 80 east,' bel'ogIe west l4 Shedding for Groves and Pineries. *T Crates and Box Material a specialtyContracts
"b In our weapons: Jeb Stuart DeLand, Fla. Notice.Notice ft jet of said lot 0, reserving the west 164 taken for the erection of any kind of a building
{ '1bn r d'tts'or' .-ah,1'h6wJh'dTeheered' usl ret thereof for street purposes, and alsceservlng t.
,1 Th.-aundry': Didn't'' Charge"' For tn< It hereby given that six: months from the north end thereof all DELAND FLORIDA.
I gave them; my last, shot; and was following -and .... : . .
Ruined Shirt. after date, towit): on the 22d day ol June hat lies north of a Una parallel tn 1,0feet f t_ ai- > y fT-T'T -frJ l
with my weapon Clubbed when THE NEW ORANGE CITY A D 10UH, the undersigned administratrix south of the center of the track ot the "
I saw a. man who.had been dismounted "When I'came to'fepen''my bnntngof of the estate ol Wm. H. Byes will' presenther eland Branch Railway aa at present lo-
,. \ qt tlvta Me 1alla.. -"stuff lent fame from the laundry anal accounts to the Hon County Judge aced across said lot 6 ,
:m.d'IIn fire bTs pl tol. this morning,' the bachelor mat, Lunch Counter, Candy of Volusla County, Fla, and ask tor a final C.'li.BLARE. !
bbl discharge >s such administratrix' Guardian of Clarkson'andSallie FOX VISIBLE 1
and Stand
In.ble'eaddle." -It "I found In It, sent back washed, Fruit This Deo. 20, 1001. MIRIAM BYNE.Admlnstratrlx., Clarkion, minor heirs of -.
was only for .moment; then his voice not Ironed one shirt that had pinned Opposite the Railway Station,, Evelyn Q, Blane, deceased I

rang out, cheering his struggling to. It a ticket reading llke"tbls: will open on Nov 15, Where f, i : I

''f troop: T 1.- retn/fanied" \ yaut'acitei" \ ; ," 'We anTrteuVntaytnls' shirt on We Quick Lunches can be bad' at all TYPk1tBS! f

5. the road and fired a volley Into the count'of "It"not"befog In a condition hours of the day at reasonable
Ilttle'band"gatberdd'atbund' f Jeb Stuart. withstand Ironing! ,
II His hone sprang forward ''with a '.This was' a new'on. to '""me, bbtwhen I rates. I I, HAVE "
I came to' the b'iIrt a Ac 1
] scream of agony and sank down on Its open up .
knoos. ,lAsHwe fted. tbe/gefieral!: ort looked It over I didn't wonder that Adjoining!:, Mr. Win. Kolman y

the young officer who was helping me they 'hadn't tried to Iron It; one armwas will open his General Plumbingand '91"t W t r1ick i 'h1EUUkA4s4' \ tTit'dirtLo11A9T: 'sMANEI'aefured by the wljATTACHMENT

exclaimed all but torn from Its socket, a'riil Tin Repair Shop, where he t
: : r'ba\1'e1"alld\ I
heavy I
ype : typebbr. '
,
-i% "My1 God:;generaf,';yeti 'are wounded! there was a'hole punched through one will be glad to receive your pat ., ,., I ,

4 Tour"'clothes are ''soaked with blood,I IYotf cuff, with a tear extending from this ronage at reasonable rates. All 'Elastl Bookcase C M.piL tE Vf8iDEEI\WR'.INC\ ,

'Hiasr' ve'the field,'felr!' hole for an Inch or two up the sleeve' work will be done with quicknessand + and Desk combined. '
"No'c!General Stuart answered; 'I The shirt was sure not In condition lot\'' the best of workmanship. 1ERo iANdAdt! E\r"1tRt" tACES fl\\i'
r ; win not leave until victory la assured Ironing, but how did It get lot Permits" as much of'as little 1 II
htainothei': horse.', ."I certainly never sent It to the laundry : Saws Filed and Set. I book space as wanted. 1 A' -eaalrD WRITING I .
pet LI JftC
"When 'r<'I1retuned'' 'with I the I' horsekaf'was'MiJdtecfWltll In that shape. I'd have Bad bird Comprises Desk Unit with DE1'AhIlVLE"ptlATmR' < Dlt RIBBON :, :r

bid back 'against a work tearing'' the sleeve out of the few desired.or many- Roomy Book, convenIent Units as A&:5 El/fcHlToill fcR msMB1..Ja! \ iATbkm.: T "

;' tree! 'and''''when''he tried, to" get up, shoulder the way this one was torn,, ,attractive. Call and see
weakened by loss '"of blood" be"..ank and I Couldn'f have' made 'that hole It or write for catalogue! t OS oVhter-las Everp other typewriter than the: Fox has SOME of these features )1'
'. t lack again. In the cuff without some sort of I'a no tHeni AM. Tlie FOk'dfa! ;albWe as i, mechanical man
U J. F. ALLEN & CO. Tel In
typewriter building.
'sharp'' tb
-Qor he commanded us.i I rum done and big punch. Clearly ,

a ,ll' for. ;:Plti Lee' needs. ': every. ; man. I shirt had been torn'and mangled''U AOENT3.DBLANU. It Is tHelnecliintcal lxteliencd"of a'fjp'ewrttgr that proves ltdworth'agdReablesitto'btatrdrup'tastoes
'' order1 yen W/ that Dtfnner'byibemf'oatight'ln'tha' tire fb! T>year In and year! ;f ,
FLA.
reJ out under all kinds ot'atraln.
---WnlOt.ohey ,that""0r4er,- genraV laundry; -machineryand-B .* *t e.youngofficer.told him..nod It up In a neat little bundle and tookIt d t7tdVertid&H 8V4' enWlis"ttakfn' ) Ke< -hl! criltts! prove norhin
r r I'll never forget the look that came over to the laundry office, Intending -, .1 Prove the Fox by a comparison YOU Qftlcell our'expense.Write .

...cater bis face when he faced the gen- to make a claim for the 1'8Iu"1IrIt" for beautiful catalog r j just issued. .t
\\'II' mUst to I spread the shirt out on tho codntor
enL 'We carry YOU a place .
1 ,,<>{.safety,,fcowev the battle goes.', -. and; called he .clerk's attention to 'it q OWEN TY''P \VtttfR COMPANY ., '
/">IUUstabio against' !His/ 'Btiart'replied ana told brrJ! that rcouMifVbave torn -.rI

rir and the thought seemed to put the ablrt In that manner; It must hard r 1 31-7uck:street ';xMli FLAG '

must been doner'to the and how Now is the time to order ', i'
ri freehnvlgdt"'ln'hls"body.' 'Ton' ; laundry a n I

+ ,ipat me on my horse and keep me there. about It! -- .-. .. 'i
h ---
--
..1D1IIIt.Dot'know that. I am 'walt'hId'T., clerk. *we made no.
mep
: :
', [JiT.r... :j.1.u.-'- charge YoiSi't.*- > Simon Pure No.1:
"As the full sfgnfflcaiice!; of this cams "Sh.eaaloohetbutyou'caa'tlooLln" ,
,..pft84'h1m on his bone, and :us .... .- .
'l mounting our own'ye held him In his upon' rnettey""h'bd: \.torn my shirt all\ --

t + Isaddle. Wh_ 'the'ttde of the battle to plisces l ,'':.but''they'! ld 't-makct anr fNADF odor Mena for your grove and be sure of a large crop next 1

,t _* ,"eri >porteVl between-us,' he made 'e'tat'! &l'l'or 1t1 tntStt.ed-tfeck.. aMt .' M F.sRtTfWi I
All SIMON PURE
't"1&< last'effort- nny'htp fleeing troop. ;" Jt"dl1..t\Jb
9, t""' 3b.b Kk,'met be cried.'-Go back, hid gist nt'oMhedodr. / FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves!] : : .
''s "'1' t .nenC-, Ge'back! arid do your duty ""1','"hill Lfce\er-make 'any 'orthbr + .l .e, t

o- ;4' vWei f.ltalm away In bis la<14le. The clalnr.tovtbetshlrt.' t''got-fsiai farmere" We these ale Porch exclusive: Shades.agents Just at the DeLandfor thine I Jacksonville;>u. '' (
'mlii E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. For ; 8DJ
+ ., .rjJ'OUD.> .olDQ8l1tDnIe4 oar bones' beads "bloat than; its rn"ttir Tbrll> I jaeon 'In, for your verandas during: the hot summer FFai Ve get !flan !
kbld j.IJ.lL1'I'0W"" .
[ .
,
fainting
the J"8r"and we carried our sun.. Call at our' store and t
'. i' ,, ...rat'from the Geld still holding him J---- t ;L' examine. x '
q: [. '
; '. Piesant Tro' b1..... T. B. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.MALSBY'S i Field l
: uptight In the saddle.. That'was JebBtuarfs J. F ALLEN A: CO. Craps. \
,
)M -J.\
fortune, .. f | I I 'I Tlr ''|]t- (
"Ab said the
\ ..last battle and Coster's most pretty lady *
j: brilliant charge.Washington Post.' teller, "you wish to be told about yoor. i.Followlnj .
t -* :,-.........,... future husband?' .1 .
> w>promptly yin p, asd qrqhwqtwtppoer. ..
J .f rt.jll/A ... ... N"", ..; ( V'jpot.; mucb.: replied j act Agents In. Yoluala. County; :
;! Tve inylpresent MACHINERY COMPANY 4J
belief'that'no men come to 1 learn where! : ,
., ,f. n is t a popular .. Z, T. BIELBY Deland FloridaTHE
htJMbnnd' I Is" ed'lie's'' b..nt.-Pblla ; .
:Y"addtk abct drts4."Btlll, should tvs .
', :kb'tlla1rtIJq have sort of.TOOabte9D ;<1alt>liU.rre.... 1A Long, DistaPHdne"574 I E.. F. B.1mEY.DeLeon; . tIP1T1tW. c Co. 1

t ofMnaral, effect. They ; ; e I' :2aOcean'Street: A. B. l'H lJ.. spring Pert Orange 1 !
f : Uft between" the "woman Bend tncKlel.itatcti or photo of Invvntlon fc* : > VAtrMoi I ., APMAC) t "

? "; 1 vi.111 .l\utIiI'c..4. bus ( st +RiA: ({ .on wSr ftre book "Jacksdtiville\ ,- Fl6Hda O. G. Bd8TROM' WILBIN8L ke 'Helen .. '
f g who &>& M tnth'ao srtert.'sThs'. artbto C '' Ataan '/ AOEg ASK 'win" .r, a W P' 1
:
Ormond .
't>6 ta''le\ 3'n; Afatl nij'1LO: In 7 l N (
4 Jrtcognli4. at K: alance the girls cwaren. : t-MORRIS w Smyrna "
fifer ta t "! in*' Boiler Saw Sidle Wodd W dr GRUB) HDW C0. PUTNA.lit .
,
; row
+Bj wonwo yrb* .0.yl*:( "ttHt*: & R
dip wronn kind of garment and weary .- wlYor lava Ahfays 8a hl I t t Nl >log, Machinery and 'lIap Ueall"ODD L T. PA IfIL1.O Daytona .a 0 It am J JD.t"t.'Wft.JI.t
jplet !aiii r c line J71v A. p GUNTERr ,
J'WL'r Wlte for cilalogfJ'Lt .
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