The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00211
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Anelent Legend the Sacred River COUNTY COMMISSIONERSHeld n

of the Hindoos. I

From an Icy cavern at the foot of a
Himalaya snow bed more than 10,000 of' Its First 1908 Session '
Courage and Daring Colonel Economizes' use'of;; flour,' but. "
fet above the level of the sea Issuesa
I. n rl I r it t James Bowie. This Week. ter and eggs makes the biscuit "
small:! stream which becomes the 1 ; ,

mighty Gauges, (lowing for 1.DOO mile Board met "
pursuant to adjournment cake.i and pastry more appetizIng -
through India to the bay of Bengal
fonlrfentt3ran&'Chiltlren. and of whose course every foot Is holy HIS DEATH IN THE ALAMO. chairman Monday night.R. Present: E:. L. Potter, 0 ,' nutritious and;, 'wholesome..
ground. ; D. Brooke, John Cranor,

CAntorla W. u. McBride T. J, Murray and a ;1w
la A harmless substitute for Castor Oil;Pare- With Mother Onogn. as the pious
tt gone, Drops and Soothing It Is IMcowivnt. It Hludooa reverently call her, no river Dramatic End of This Brave, Generous D. Jordan, clerk. I

A contains'neither Opium, Idrphino,nor other' Narcotic ou earth can compare in sanctity. and Determined Spirit-The Way Minutes of last meeting were read lt'h !f

ti 4 It substance.cures Diarrhoea V It destroys\ and Worms Wind Colic.eye d,allays It relieves,,FeveriBlmens.TeethIng !. The old poem tells us that the heavenly the .Fearless Fighter Ono Protect and on motion duly approved and n

Troubles and cures Constipation./ It regulates the Ganges flowed from the toe of a Preacher In Texas. signed.

_ Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Vishnu and was brought down from mornIng : The following road and bridge re-
- The Children' Poiuvoetv-Tho Mother's friend. heaven by the prayers of the saint One fine summer : In 1833- ports were then submitted:

I The Kindt You ..Have Always Bought 00,000 Bbnglratba sons to of purify King Stigura the ashes, who of bad the the presidency year that of the Santa new Anna republic seized of 1\1ex-1 the and District Orange No.City road 1-Report on DeLand ii I.. 0.r. "' .

beeu burnt the of the '
by angry glances ico-a small party of horsemen
1 Bears the Signature/ of age ICapIla.Oanga I the Sabine river about sixty miles' District No. H-Report on Orange II I u1' ?
City shell road and New York :
was angry at being brought I from its mouth and entered Texas territory on :

.". ; down from, heaven, and to save the I Most of them were clad la avenue and pine atrawlng Lake Helen
-- earth from her Impetuous rush Siva' road
0' buckskin and armed with rifle pistol I aIangowdcr
caught the river on his brow and wltb District No. 4-Report on Port Orange ill
and knife-a rough, determined look-
.. ,r his matted locks checked its course. road and on Daytona and Or- '
Tbe,legends go on to tell bow the descent Ing crowd with two notable exceptions mond road

I I In Use !For Over 3O. Years.professional of the Ganges disturbed the sage one clean shaven, dark skinned, DeLand road.Progress ou Daytona and ABSOLUTELY.PURE

r""r Y oo .. ? u..r ?tO' ."vow er., Jahnu In the performance of his religions with n bright, restless eye that scan-
t The communication from
duties, whereupon in his rage he ned' the woods constantly, as if in Beady
I ,drank up the river, but subsequently I search of an enemy and the other a Malphues was referred to Commissioner 0 This is the only baking o

/ COUNTY ABSTRACT, relented and permitted It to flow from small, mild mannered man, whose general Potter.
: { ([arbs., v INVESTMENT and TITLE. INSUR- his ear.-Pearson's Weekly. appearance betokened the preach Grant Bly was allowed u rebate of powder made from' Royal l a

ANCE COMPANY. The ;w'd-g; .'" Notes. er. These two were riding in front, $130 in valuation to apply on tax 1907, Grape Cream of Tartar.It U'I
talking earnestly of the convention I covering lots 18 and 19, block 3, Walt's .
W.' PERKINS Chief Justice Falconbrldge of Ontario
AMES Bert Fish, Cary D.Landls. which had just been held at San Fe- Addition to DeLand.On
President Sec and Treas. Mr. Justice Britton and Mr. Justice
y RIddell, a newly appointed judge lipe de Austin and of the possibility motion the constable bond of I Has No.. Substitute '
and COUNSELOR-AT- that Texas might day become ail !
: Titles Insured. were sitting together as a court In Toronto Chas. Jones'!! was approved.

LAW, Abstracts furnished and titles perfect. According to some legalists who independent state Suddenly some one Justice of the Peace bond of J. M. .. an Alum and Phosphate of Lime ..Ixtar.s: sold at '

DeLand Florida. ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Supplied were present, the presentation of argument in the party behind them started a McCorkle Justice District No 6, was lower price, but no housekeeper regsnllag the health I ,
ou behalf of one of the clients song with a memorable chorus- approves Un.L el her family can afford .. Me them U
will Practice, In State and Federal Opposite Volusla County Bank. When other states reject us, l
Courts DELAND FLORIDA was rather prolix and not very much This Is the one that always takes us. The revolver bonds of C. E Orth, W.
the to It Mr. u
a point, put mildly. Jus
From that jingling rhyme some derive W. Provence and E. W. Reynolds were
Ice BIddell who, by the way was not //n
it Is approved and clerk Instructed to issue OJ- IG
o the same extent Inured against the the name "Texas. Certain <$>
|STEWART,& BLY, CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR tediousness of the proceedings as were that this great new land took In and license. .

SALE ON EASY TERMS his colleagues, was observed to pass sheltered many a fugitive "who left The communication of J. W. PerkinsIn -

ATTORNEYS -AT-LA W. one of them a slip of paper, on whIch his country for his country's good." regard to information furnished for
$10.00 to $100.00 PBR ACRE presumably were written some note That prince of pirates Lafitte had sail conviction was filed for reference. MAKE IT YOURSELF. At DeLand Churches.
Office In Bank Building DeLAND. ed away from Galveston ten years before
'\ on the case. Immediately the "notes" Otto R Kircnof was appointed
"'1 Branch office over Postoffloe,D A Y'i'ON A But Pack Section In the State his and his thousand freebooterswere county Presbyterian Church
were read however, by colleagues enumerator for 1908.J. .
A. BAKER, e" ills, Fla. there was a subdued suggestion of scattered to the four winds, but R. Turner was allowed requisitionfor Says Many Persons Here Can I Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp, Pantor..

mirth apparent on their part It turn crowds of adventurers from all parts Sunday school at 9.49: Morning service -
Cary D. LandU Bert Fish ed out that the "notes" read after this of the world were pouring in, with twelve hammocks for jail 1.000 Be Made Happy Again. of worship and sermon at 11 ,
LANDIS & FISH W. C. CANNONS' fashion: many of the better class, to swell the large envelopes, 230 small envelopes o'clock. I
tide of Texas immigration.The 1,000 sheets letter paper, one-half bar- i
\ ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Livery Feed and Sale Stables (With apologies THE to Mr. Rudyard Kipling) little band jogged on and finally rel disinfectant for jail. There is so much Rheumatism hereIn Methodist Episcopal Church South.

AT-LAW, 'Oo Is It makes that bloomln' noise?" reached the municipality of San Augus- The Criminal Court cost bills were our neighborhood now that the following Rev. E. F. Ley the Presiding Elder

Fine Fashionable TurnoutsBus Aaked Flles.on-Parade. tine, then a mere collection of rude log examined and approved for $608.81 and advice by an eminent authority of the East Coast District will preach 1
"It's counsel's openin
argument clerk instructed to Issue warrants there
DeLand, Florida meets all trains at A. C. L. Depot. Tile oolov sergeant. said huts, with one or two adobe structures who writes for readers of a Sunday morning Jan. 12th.. in the
Will Practice In State and Federal! Hacks meet morning and afternoon F. E. '"Oo'as to 'ear the bally stuff?" built by Spanish missionaries. Here for.The Methodist Episcopal Cbnrch South,
Court, U. By. trains at Orange .tr'J'n night Asked Flles-on-Parade. the posted notice that the attorneys of the board were In- large, Eastern dally paper will be hold Quarterly Conference in the afternoon '
> ,ft Special facilities for examining and trains at He Lend Junction.I : 8 Mallboth "The chief and his two hired men" preacher a structed to correspond with Daniel highly appreciated by those who suffer: and preach at night. Everybody
land titlesiMCCRORY routes: Hacks meet boats at Bereeford. The color said. Rev. Henry Stephenson of the Methodist and
perfecting sergeant George of Daytona, request that Get from any good pharmacy one- cordially invited to attend.H. .
Gentle horse and careful driven. would hold meet-
denomination a
he street which he has closed F.
open ,
"For' he doesn't know hi. law, he misrepresent half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion ,
Phone 3. DeLand, Fla. Ing in the evening. At the hour named through Higbee's Addition to Williams!

His logic is so*rotten the acts you; can see throughall the house was crowded to overflowing, Grant, leading to property of Hannah one ounce' Compound Kargon: three Christian; Church

the cracks, with rough desperate men all armed Revels. ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa- Services in the Christian church as
,- Anyone wishing to buy And he's pretty sure to get It where the and ready for any fun or fray that J. Lee McCrory was granted a requisition rilla.. Shake, these, well in a bottle usual next Lords Day. S. S. 10 a. m.

ti ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand When chicken the court got delivers the ax judgment In the might arise on such a novel occasion. for 1,000 envelopes and 1,000 and take. in teaspoonful doses after Sermon 11 a. m. Subject: by request

-. sell or exchange real estateor morning.. The minister gave out a hymn, and It letter heads. each meal and at bedtime; also drink "The Prodigal Son. Endeavor 6.43 p.
Florida. -Cleveland Leader. was sung with spirit Then came the On motion the attorneys ot the Board m. Special music. Solo by Miss Conklin.
to text, but not another word would the were instructed to notify J. B. Ellis to plenty of good water.It Anthem by the choir. Strangers especially
personal property; A Boomerang Contract crowd hear. They hooted and yelled, put in proper gates on public road run- is claimed that there are few victims Invited. Everybody welcome.J. .

Town" shot off their crowed and "brayed ning through his pasture. of this dread and torturous disease W. B. Smith,
SilM B. Welsh S. B. Wright Jr. borrow or lend enquireof The author of "A Temperance pistols,
The clerk was authorized to have who will fail to find ready relief
& WRIGHT and "A Texas Steer" spent much of hla in derl lom. The tumult was deaf I i
WRIGHT the DeLand Realty Co. time In his country home, but one day enlng The quiet little preacher stood maps for each of the Justice Districts. in this simple home-made mixture, St. Barnabas' Church.

ATTORNEYSATLAW.NOTARIES. he appeared unexpectedly In New Yorkat his ground bravely, though In his heart The county treasurer presented his and in most cases a permanent cure is St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev
for the month of December with vt
PUBLIC (Incorporated), DeLand, the Lambs' club. Going straight to wishing he were well out of it With his report books and accounts, which were examined the result. Campbell Gray, Keotor.

| Offlve! at Telegraph Oftlcs.DJt..AND the cafe, he made one largo, Inclusive difficulty his traveling companion forced ands and paid warrants This simple receipt is said to Jan. 12th, 1st Sunday after Epiphany. J ,

FLORIDA. Florida.T. gesture which brought ever :man pres- I his way to the front, still carrying his destroyed. Report showed following ,strengthen and olean e. the elimInative 7 r a m. Holy Communion; 9:30: a. m.
ent about him. "It's on nif? said Mr. rifle and a huge knife In his belt. The balances: tissues of the Kidneys so that they can Sunday school! t 10:80: a. m. Choral service i

E. ARNOLD Iloyt Then he told his story. wild cheer that broke from the crowd Gen'l Revenue Fund .. .. .$3,906.40 filter and strain from the blood and with sermon. 0 p. m. Evensong. T
It was before the days of electric and sounded In the ears of the preacher Fine Forfeiture Fund .. 2,130.52 Daily service at 0 p. m.

J E. ALEXANDER, Sec'y and Treas. gasoline motors, and he had bought a now thoroughly alarmed, like the Road Fund ... . .. .. .. 116.94 system the poisons, acids and waste Catholic Church.
little steam yacht He engaged as his howls of a pack of wolves or the yells Robt. Shields is hereby allowed 18.00 matter which,cause not only Rheumatism
Sunday Jan. 12th Mass
... ATTORNBY: ., -I engineer one of his Yankee neighbors of Indians hungry for scalps. But Instead per month toward his support. but numerous other diseases. Celebrant Rev.. Father, First Devlin 6.30:of .a Qne-m.

with and offered him liberal wages, with of jumping upon him this strangeman Jury list of 500 names wa drawn for Every man or woman here who feels bee High Mass sermon and .Bens
(nsure us.
Office In Bank Building the provision that the engineer should with restless eyes flashing and the year 1908.: that their kidneys! are not healthy and diction of the Blessed Sacrament 10 a.

Will Practice DeLand In ,State Florida..and Federal NOW Is the time. find his own coal. It was a long way long black hair streaming over hU Board then adjourned to regnlar active, or who suffers from any urinary m.' Celebrant Rev. Father Albera of
Courts to the nearest coal yard, and Mr. Hoyt shoulders, Jumped on a bench and meeting on first Monday In February trouble whatever should not hesitate to Cascade Iowa. No evening ,service.
sPot cash for losses. bad all the trouble be was looking for throwing his hat to the ground, shouted Beginning with Sunday Jan. 19th,
to keep his own furnace fed. In a stentorian voice: "Men, this THE SCHOOL BOARD. make up this mixture, as it Is certain Father Carley will deliver a aeries of

Dlttt. A. DAVIS.PHYSICIAN U should be protected. "But where shall I get the coal?.' man has come to preach to you I You to do much good, and may save you lectures on Confession, at the evening
the new engineer asked. need preaching to, and I'll be blankedIf :, from much misery and suffering after service, to which he invites the pubUc.First .

AND SURGEON.: [R :you Insured ? "I don't care" said the foremost of he shan't preach to youl! The next Regular Monthly Meeting Held while.

DELAND FLORIDA. American stage humorists. "Steal It"So man who disturbs him shall fight me! Our home druggists say they will M. E. Church

f; 0Se: at residence.Indiana avenue Every company reliable. the bargain was struck. All went My Hume Is Jim Bowie! Monday and Tuesday.The either supply the ingredients or mix Rev. W. J. Harkness Ph. D.. Pastor.
Sunday school 9 45 ,$
: a. m. Preaching
Court Honaa. the autumn Mr. The i-ffect wus magical. With quiet,
well until In early ,
Office Hours: 9 to 13.8 to 4," and 7 to 8., When does your policy expire? Hoyt went Into hIs cellar to see how respectful attention the rough audience Board met Monday evening, Jan. the prescription ready to ,take if our Christian service 11"a. m. Theme. "Am I a },
readers ask them.. League 6.49 .
6th, with all members present. : p. Ill
much more coal he would have to listened to the sermon, Joined heartilyIn
Js I your policy in force ? The minutes of the last meeting were
Of the closing hymn, and! not a few
purchase for the winter. several -
Lightning In South>> Africa The Baptist Church
VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. read and approved.
\\K3- to shake bands with
tons on hand In the spring only persons came up
Telephone number sixteen. South Africa where thunderstorms
In Dr. Hamilton will
" Chairman Chandler reported that the preach at the Hap
for the
The the little man and apologize
two three scuttlefuls remained. '
or fnrnace in the DeLand school house are. tarriflcj,t lightning often tist church on Sunday at 11 a. m. and
PHYSICIAN aJad. URGEON tlON INSURANCE AGENCY: theft was speedily traced to the eng!- rough reception they had given him. A was ready to be tested. strikes the beds of Ironstone and bliM 7:80: p m. He will also address a meet t

, neer.-Saturday Evening Post mouth later at the first camp meeting/ Commissioner Crouch presented a flumes sometimes firing buildings are log for men only on that day at 8 p. m. ,
Office on East New York Avenue ever held in Texas some of them be- On Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock Dr.
U will find us at communication from the patrons of the alleged to play about.euch Ironstone
of the church, and 111 Hamilton
DELAND FLORIDA. came members will address a children's''
Holly Hill school, asking that instead of outcroppings two or three hours after
,Stetson and. DeLand. If Yon Bead This 1838 the cornerstone of the first Prot- buying additional lots at the present a storm., meeting at the church and all mothers
house in the republicwas should have their children at this meet
estant .worship
school Bite that the school house be
that the leading medt-
It will be to learn There
8. MUNSON. laid In San Augustine. moved to a more central location. This ing. will be preaching in the
DI\oA. cal wrIters and teachers of all the several Hint to Housekeepers.A evening' Mr. and Mrs. George will
whose timely aid proved so communication was placed on file for
schools of practice recommend. In the
file will lead the
HODGKIN'SWagon penny spent on a receipt sinning. You are cordially Invited.
strongest terms possible, each and every effective was Colonel James Bowie, and future consideration.A .
r HOMEOPATHICPHYSICIAN. often Re pounds In IItiglLtlon.Jlldmll'li
Ingredient entering Into the compositionof the knife in his belt was the noted communication was received from ,1
Oflae Second Door South of Fisher's Dr. P! l'08'S Golden Medical Discovery i, "bowle knife; given to him by his the attorney of the Daytona Board of $ In Reynold Newspaper

f Drug;Store. Shop, for tha.cur of weak stomaoh.dyspepsia! brother, Rezlu P. Bowie. It was madeof Local Trustees, asking for certain data. The Cause of Many

, OFWCK HOURS > 10 to 12 a. m.j; 3 to I 6) catarrh of stomach, "liver, chronic complaint bowel,* a large file, strong, of admirable This communication was referred to
torpid liver or biliousness Superintendent Botts, with Instructions THE PERFECT WAY
j and 7 to 8 p. m. DeLAND, FLA. affections, and all catarrhal diseases of temper and gave Its name to a family from the Board. ; Sudden Death! ,.
DeLand '- Florida. or nature. It Ia not extinct
whatevell region name of terrible weapons
Everything .Wagons Buggies, Cart area a specific remedy for all such chronic Bowie for the first time The Board received petition, signed There 1s a disease, prevailing;H,In that 1
etc., manufactured and repaired in my or long standing canes ot catarrhal affee- Crockett by some of the teachers of the DeLand Many a Florida Household Will Find country most dangerous because so decep
Shop: in the very, best workmanship Lions and their resultants as bronchial, In the Alamo, and he writes In his school, asking for a raise In their Them 'IJ'' "". tlve. Many sudden.
) ) known. Only first-class men employed throat and lung disease(except consumption Journal: "While we were conversing salaries. The Board wishes unanimously go. deaths are caused by
DRs JDHM REEVE and first-class work turned ont. I have )accompanied with severe coughs. It Colonel Bowie had occasion to draw to go on record as regardIng If suffer from backache. It-heart disease
,, ntely added to my plant a Is not so good fingering for acute, or,chronic colds and, case coughs it Is his famous knife and I wish I may be with disfavor any effort on the partof yon pneumonia,' heart'''
"- especially but for efficacious In producing per- shot If the bare sight of it waso'tenough the teachers to raise the question of There is only one way to cure it. I ;failure or apoplexy: 4.

t DELAND' FLATY t feet oures. contains Black Cberrybark, to give a man of a squeamish salaries, after the contracts are signed The perfect way Is to cure the kid j I are often the result
; ; Golden Be Jt root, Bloodroot Stone root stomach the coflc. He saw I was ad- and the schools are in operation. The neys. of kidney disease, U s ,
Mandrake root and Qneen'a. root-all of Board, however, has already determinedon A bad back means sick kidneys. i [ kidney trouble) I la allowed
he 'Colonel
It and said you
which are highly praised as' remedies for miring a material increase of salaries for Neglect It, urinary troubles follow.Doan' to advance the w
all the above mentioned affections by such might tIckle a fellow's ribs a long time another In certain positions in -r i kidney-potsonad =
medical writer and teachers as him year Kidney Pills are made for kid-
jnlnent with this before you'd make
Prof. Bartholows of ATafferson Med.Colleger the schools of our county, but declines nevs only blood will attack elm .
lough. to open the question for this year vital organ or the
the Univ. of Pa
v. ,,115 VOORHIS? Pion ProitHsrynT .M. D..01 B..| > Brave generous, determined and enterprising On recommendation Mr. W. B. Lowe S B. Lemons elgarmaker, living 'at kidneys themselves. break down and waste)

r nett Med (plTege, Chicago; PJrof. John. James Bowie sought/ adven- Trustee at Oateen. to fill 1311 Ashlet; street, Tampa Fla:, says: sway) cell by call' t
,11; Dentist, King amddei/M M. IT.of Cincinnati Prof. John. ture for its hazards, and he was natu- was appointed In the present local Board. "I used Doan Kidney Pill and ,thev Bladder troubles most always result iron)
M. .'!>10' Cincinnati | Prof. a vacancy derangement of the kidneys and a cure la
Edwin MJHaWTM. D., of rally among the first to take up arms oared me of backache and disorder of
On Tuesday morning, the regular obtained
P. O. Block DeLa.nd. Fla. quickest by' a proper' treatment ot
Mod. Cpflea< Chicago and several for Texas Independence. Three more .
} taken the kidneys. Two three
routine business was up. or times on account the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you
'I jfilly eminent In their
'"IHonn: 8.80 to 13 and 1,30 to 4 IOh Qtbe rBotlc- desperate men were never brought together Tbe Treasurer' books and reports of the pain in my back I.war,no- can make no mistake! by taking D;.Kilmer"

.ooF they took their last stand within old warrants were cancelled; new bills ,bladder remedy.) ).
r the walls of the Alamo. Sick and help were approved and warrants drawn for Bfioretrontof thekldndeys were-In ..erybad ,It corrects Inability to hold urine and acakb;"

; less l In bed on that last terrible day, the same. condition dark in'color''andl'' : If lag pain In i passing It. and.overcomes that. 1

j.lsg MAIJD R. tl00DMANMASSAGE mmimia.juvtr ore an ** ,* .v mu Jim Bowie died fighting. As' a Mexican The following financial statement Billowed! to stand would become of the unpleasant necessity of being compelled togo

= S the buJl possible ywmrj guaranty of It* will ran forward to kill him be roused was presented and approved- consistency of Jelly' *, ;I'!; tried various often during the day, and to get up many u
.-- at this published formula his times during the night: The < = ihS.tSa)* "Oolden Medleal IIscoverr' himself by a supreme effort caught Balance last report.... .. ...;.>!6889.78 remedies, taking what seemed likegal extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root le soon
:T.k peope &.3.; COLD'" TIRH SETTER !sustains poisonous harmful or hablt- assailant by the hair, plunged the fatal Receipt* for month ', ... .. (.. 81. Ions of medicine and I also, put on plasters realized. It stands: the highest for Ha read J.

,, ,".-W'-fI."IV"- _., 08 &,.ANDFI.A.Iv ". ., Can-set-yon.. Tire, without taking forming Ore. trlDle-reflned;drugs and no glycerine alcohol.heailc411v! being used 1 knife When Into the his story heart of and his death fell back was dead.told War. outstanding $bl'.daM.p'f: 843.00 but nothing helped me at, all nntil dornilcurea i Swamp-Root. af the la pleasant'meet rfUtrasBinCoaaes/ to take,and sold :
wheel front vehicle. We take ont no U entirely unobjectionable I:got Doan's Kidney Pills ;,
Instead. Glycerine .upon the advice '
mother In Louisiana/ she said, Total 'nWT.18War. '
to his by air druggist In fifty-cent and Anadollarxedi .
bolt rub barn felloe betides I a most) useful agentIn V,, '
no paint or your and of Ii'!
with s hot threw Come and we It work the cure of all'stomach as well an bronphlalthroal ": 1 am mire Jim never 'died wltb a outst'oglast report. ;....1'' 7(6011 a friend of mine,and using them bottle.,.You mar r\'tl; >
$sl i l r! ,-' end will never have yoor.Tlres ..etflbot and lung affections. There wound In bill back." and, with a quiet War drawn hl month.: .....* 8609.90 according to direction. they cried me, hove a sample bottle of .. 'ks .if .
.. again.iThankiDff yon h,i the highest medical authority for -Its .mil., turned again to ber household Cash on hand.-, ......:11611.28 In a very short tim.".' this/ wonderful new dl.-1____4 : it:
l 10. all suck cases. The"Dlecovery la oovmry atntt a I ooki that, .. ,,'
use : For sale by all dealer 'Price/BO cents. l); J5;
8 X-mnL9T: yoni fo. t'roua la extract of native, ; v
you,p' ** Concentrated glycerla ,
a Total 17967.18 tly ut ,It..both, .
thai, and .la laUablo. I'ceter-MI1btml Co.. Buffalo'New7fdrk, byi e.res.arpnee Jt: : "jp
hoping )
a poatian
pant *
ff C e-ln. Flmbir's;NW-Brtck. Block. the future, I remain ; Alobooa1kl.tN t extracts endorsing-iitem eminent,- Gratitude te a'ftn4i virtue, and yet It The Board then adjourned to meet ole agent for the)United Bute*;' "' rant free maiL AddnM KHmer A Cd.'::;'. t$.,. '

Second Floor 'Soar towrre. medical, authorities, *AtWreaePlerce ngteailryd Is wearisome when carried beyond doe brtwrr 81'11;, "'"pI ..
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frs on reqg.,1 .
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VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. Covetousness is a great. faultin ALL OVER THE COUNTYITEMS healthy town, and his handsome accomplished The Revival

humanity says the Tallahassee wife who, always shares the The Vesper services at the Universitywill
Dr's. esteem, who sold" their beautiful be related to the Revival services
k True Democrat, and it oftentimes OF INTEREST WAFTED TO winter home,Alhambra Grove, property during Dr. Hamilton's stay Come oat IDo' lit 1Row !
Entered the Foetofflee at DeLaad. FUu, carries'a man beyond the THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS next Sunday to the service which begins
.. ssmmd 0....... ... here to Dr A. M. Underwood of Lancaster
Dr. Holley
point of safety and to danger.No CORRESPONDENTS. Pa., and who were to have at will 4 speak:10 in on the the afternoon.revival Everything

B. E. PRKYATT' Editor A Proprietor. man should covet his neigh settled In pretty DeLnnd, are now Is being done at the University in cooperation Now is the time to do your Building.

r i.. bor's holdings; rather let us all Pierson. comfortably installed In a new home In with Dr. Hamilton quicken Don't wait till Summer, when youcan't '
the spiritual life of the college com
-i Hampton, Va. The good Doctor Informs -
rejoice that he is in easy row, munity. bid
the writer that Mrs Kerr and get labor. Let us on ,your ;
It,ia pretty dry up in Georgia. I whether not. ; The address last. Sunday was an
we are or Perhaps
Sheppard Hnjthes) and Charlie Benton! himself debated for several weeks as to evangelistic address on the revival at Builders' Material and Hardware before -
} Nebraska has no W. J. Bryanin the Ruler and Giver of all good of DoLand were on this dirt itanday. whether they would select DeLand, Pentecost It had to do with the outpouring

the White House but Florida things, knowing our true calibre The Mrs. Nels Plenon boarding; house Southern California or Hampton, and of the spirit on men and wo Prices go up again. We have on, .
men giving them visions and dreams
has one in the United States Ben- gives us all just what's best for has been pretty well filled with ftnests finally decided to locate In the latter and prophesies of great: achievements.In hand------- I
us to have.'; Let every one striveto all winter. place. Dr. Kerr is np.to'now and '.an the course of the address it was
i ate. Mrs. Minnie, the' pretty wife of W. nnmatchable worker on the trestle pointed out that whenever a great and
be happy. even in his position Several Carloabs
H. board. of Solomon Cassia Junction good work is done for men, there 'we
North of Rice Creek, Is on thin scene King
+. The turpentine operators are doing the very best that. we can, some mockers who scoff and say that it
In saloon of
with kinfolk pike pursuit of a gang l Is all humbug and nonsense, that the
evidently feeling better. The and. right then the best reward
: : liquor boozers. leaders drank The President -
O. B.Curtis are or crazy.
,, a wealthy Paris Vulcanite
orange grower of the following Lime Plaster -,
: oj
price of spirits the past week some day. will come. and foremost citizen of Blnf ton, voyaged A "good-bye.old-year" bear bunt warmly approved revivals, not the
has advanced cents. excesses often attending revivals, but Cement, Eagle Cement Plaster, Sewer Pipe,
eight here Saturday. President Roosevelt is not the only hero- the purpose of the revival and the .,

If all the DeLand people con- Divine service was held in the Lutheran banter that can kill a bear. A hunting effects of a revival when those effects Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" Kooflng.., '.

The first man who violated the tinue to pull together, be more and Baptist churches here Saturday party composed of Messrs.L D. Powell, involve a deepening of one's Interest In

state prohibition law of Georgia 1 active, make greater effort the and Sunday la t. L. H Wilson, F. F. Edwards, C. A. earnest religion living.In and .beget an enthusiasm .for Stanbarb J BMumbfng Boobs

... went to the pen for twelve city will make greater strides Miss Florence Bennett, sn attractive: Miller, Charles Swartergreen. and Robert treating/ : the spirit of doubt, the
Bennett, sport loving Mulligan President said, "It shows itself in the
mo tha. He was an Atlanta ne- during the 'present year. She young lady of Powellville, hied off for guards, returned home after a few daTs' curling: Up, in the scornful toes of the sold or i installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron,

has steadily grown the past year; Jacksonville Sunday. hunt near Salt Springs, Lake county, head in the contemptuous sneer and In
Wheelbarrows Hardware from the to
the snicker of ridicule He called attention cheapest
Ashley, a born gentleman,
8'roThe more citizens'are! here, more and Robert Bennett, who is a most to the fact that Goethe his *
Southern Railway declined tourists are' with us, we are a was here from his Bond mill, log camp steady, accurate marksman shot and Faust embodies this spirit of doubt in a the -

,to inaugurate the Southern Palm bigger better and town with the family Sunday.lira. killed a large bear (what is known in ,scholar, Mephistopheles, an though it r .w .,
....* ", Limited from New York for the prettier Jones the exemplary: wife of Florida as a hog bear), the largest of its were typical of that class. Tbe speaker
i. many more new, handsome Capt. C. E. Jones, two sons and Frank kind ever seen in these diggings. They advised all present to co-operate with Watts & Miller Co
';tourist season this The Atlantic the evangelists In their emphasis of the
year. homes, and all our people are in Naaworthy hiked to Basils last week also bagged two foxes, three turkeys, doctrine of penitence and faith and the
Coast; Line and Seaboard, better condition, happier and for a New Year's outing 'one monster catamount and several forgiveness/ of sins.; (Incorporated)

however, have their fast specials healthier. We.have. a town that The largest single: shipment, 43 caeee, coons This push of banters skirmished Old Twelfth Night at Stetson.

in operation. is talked of and admired throughout of kumquat oranges ever forwarded atone all thronKb the bin scrub, swamp, ham ... ,
Prof. W. W. Frost, bend of
the De.
I time from mock sand ridges etc Hurrah for
here was packed and .. ... ..
the land a town that her pertinent of English Literature -,
; gave _
s: "Beer drinking in this country sent by Peter Piernon holiday week. Bob Bennett, the bear killer, and Swart- the students at Stetson a delightful t"
citizens should be especially the catamount killer. It' The Hobart M. Cable PianosNo
produces the lowest forms :Misses Etta, Helen and Master Victor, eugreeu entertainment on Saturday evening, in
L r very proud of. Her moral and spirit the handsome children would require an x-ray examination/ to connection with the old festival of
of Mr and Mrs.John
;. 4 of ,inebriety,., closely allied ,to ual status can not be excelled by Lofbnrg/ returned to their DeLand decide which one of them had the clean. Twelfth Night would Night.come Strictly on Monday Old Twelfth Jann one, ever 0 thinks of making com.

criminal insanity. The most any city in the country. It is a home Saturday after a delightful visit eat phiz on their arrival home. cry 6th, but the Literary Society observed parisons between the Hobart M. Cable*

{ dangerous class of tramps and model town to which here. ---- it on Saturday evening at the s.3 Pianos and any other Piano. The
ca n
V you time of their holding their
r'I ruffians in our large cities are bring your children to educate. Mrs. J. A. Harper has in ber yard a Seville. meeting. weekly superiority of the Hobart M. Cable

: beer drinkers.-Soientino Amer- them. trumpet lily tree In fall bloom; some of Shakespeare's Old Twelfth Night, Piano Is so marked, that when one
r icon.I1 the waxen white flowers are a foot long Miss Blanch Burnett l is spending one of the jolllest plays of the old '
,. and the bloom Ie.admired English! Drama, was interpreted, recited speaks of Pianos It Is simply the Hobart
by awhile in
DIVERSIFIED every Daytona. t
CROPS IN FLORIDA. and explained to the students. '
M. Cable. This Piano l is
a delight
I In the opinion of the Lake City Florida is becoming more and passers by. Mrs. H. Is a practical florrl t. Mr. F. M Nichols, of Soreven, Ga, The various Literary Societies combined to
the skilled
aDd went to the large audience room in musician. The tone is rich
l Is
Mla Jana spending awhile In midst
Index, there is yet remaining more schooled in the art of putting ] Wainwright, a beautiful our DeLand Hall where all might,be accommodated : clear and harmonious.
young lady of the highest order of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woodard, of with comfortable seats. Don't think of
about Jacksonville timberfor to
good good account her advantages
excellence Gainesville, paaoed by here Pierson were in town first of this week. Prof. Frost in-always a charming interpreter : purchasing a Piano until you have
secretary of state, state treas- says one of our ex Thursday enronte to resume her studiesIn Miss Bernalyn McBride ot and reciter and he is at hl> a, seen and heard the Hobart fl. Cable''
urer superintendent of schools changes.. Where the John B. Stetson spent part beat In Shakespegre and the Bible.
I1 years ago University lu last week with relatives in the metrop-- Following Proto Frost's delightful Piano.J. .

commissioner of agriculture, attorney Florida looked to the West for DeLand. olis. entertainment, the Literary Society A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart

general, supreme court her forage supplies, today she H. A. Hansen has bought the Doml- Miss Minnie Carrow, of Daytona, was conducted an Impromptu programme of M. Cable Pianos.
speeches, declamations and other
judge and railroad commissioners. has forage to sell. St. John's Die MounteD orange grove and tract of the guest of Mrs. A. A. Ferguson a few appropriate to a Literary Society.things ,

county farmers have corn and land in Dominic east Pierson. Consideration, days last week. The Stetson students, through the JOHN B. 'WELCH
1000. returns to hie former Literary Society are arranging to combine
hay to sell and this too from home Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Baker have as the blue the
in Italy, much to the delight of ana gray and to celebrate ,
There seems to be something land -that yielded a handsome all the other push here their guest their niece, Miss Blsa Baker, this year the birthdays of General ORANGE CITY FLA.

R radically with the Tallahassee of Satsama! Heights Lee and of President Lincoln. -"-.. -.. _.. ,
wrong money crop in the spring from Miss Helen Cade, one o! this neck of Prof. J. W. Phillips of Steinway Han .n
j Sun. It appears to be in Irish potatoes. Other sectionsof the wood purest and sweetest young Rev. D. Spencer filled the pulpit in Chicago the new teacher of vocal, began FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
L' the slough of despond ladies, accompanied by little the Baptist church Sunday last, quite his work January 2. The Stetson
compar- pretty
the state which are paying attention a nice congregation being out. Music School ia filled to overflowing TOBACCO AND CIGARS
ing it at present with its appear- Miss Dalits Cade, sallied forth to Lake and has needed reinforcement in the -DRY GOODS
to the growing of cottonare Miss Blaa Prevatt SHOES. HATS, ETC., ETC.
ance a few months back.. The Helen and DeLand for a three weeks'. to Jacksonville teaching staff and Mr. Phillips' coming h_... h'Uh .. U """ -
now getting 15 cents for outing Monday of last week. Saturday last to resume her was hailed with pleasure Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first
people don't seem to be falling studies in the high school there. -- -
staple and 25 class Groceries
cents for Sea Mil. Ira Reeves returned to her Turpentine tor your table.
< over each other in the support of Island while Quite a nice shower visited us Mon. Dr. Hulley at St. Petersburg. Country Produce
those who make City home Tuesday after delight. Bought. A First-class Meat Market In Connection.
Claude and. the anarchistic policy tobacco ful holiday visit of two weeks, day night of this week and considerable (St. Petersburg Independent.) Ordersrecetve attention; ,
guest d-c
a careful
specialty are reapinga ;
'of his of friends at Hnntington. Mrs.Beeves. wind but no damage aa can learn Bat the_ speech of the evening: was deliver prompt You will find my prices
paper. as low the
harvest on sun-grown at 25 that by Ur. Halley, of Stetson Univers all ive me a call
a most estimable lady and she was ac Miss Eliza Bardwell, teacher of the ity. He began by thanking the ladies
The reports of the agricultural. ; cents and on the shaded productat corded moat royal welcome. Rraddock school, attended the teachers of the church for the bountiful spread
$1 per pound. Lands that are convention held in St. they had provided, to which he had been
Petersburg: last
.Among gatherings here of
department show that all. the > 1 ; note honored with at invitation. He '
rejoiced -
grains of ,the 'country are this now being cleared of crops are that entertained New Year's dinner week. that he lives in this lair land, KLICKER BROS 11
1 being prepared for planting to parties can be mentioned Mr. and Mrs. Messrs. W. H. McBride and A. & where all nature smiles. He said,

) year deficient in, weight per the various. kinds of J. A. Harper, Peter Pienon Frederica Prevatt were in attendance at their "Brother Powell's paper bad the motto
vegetables. '''Push and '
bushel. This'is the effect of a The guava, banana and other Peterson, Deputy Sheriff J. G. and Mrs respective boards In DeLand first of the editor proved an exception noticed to the that gene the Mercha TailorsFour

dry, hot spell over the crop areas. Cade and Mrs. Nela Pierson boarding week ral rule as usually the fellow who does .

just about harvest. time, and tropical fruits are moving from house. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meesmer returned the pushing doesn't do much smiling.1

secondarily to; the-,late spring the southern extremity of the Floyd ...Felt, a student In a Lansing, home Tuesday of this week after an "Ring Dr. Hnlley Ont the then Old. Ring recited in Tennyson'i the New,". Doors South from Fisher's Corqer

: which so i delayed sowing small state, while the orange which Michigan: business college: and Shelton enjoyable lortDl ht'.visiting in Palatka and urged all to turn over a new leaf aC
abounds throughout the Davis! assistant of and St. the beginning of the new Suite for
: peninsula superintendent an Augustine.Orange year. "Leta morning, noon and Suits of shades
grain that the hot 'spell caught dedicate and patterns
of elestrio: plant in Jersey City, N. J., ourselves to all the great night
is are
struck on the eve of shipping has soout ceased at ideals of Christ who lived these ideals""Let new,
The the
it. spell
same its exodus. And so the workgot's down this way visiting/ their home folk. I this place and the truckers are busy us have our line of march map. Suite that fit you too, just Suit superbly lined 'all through
corn when it was in the ear. forming from These two mulligan guards are trustworthy planting/ one of th t largest potato crops ped out and know where we are going right and through

process, and"damaged. 0it ,i n on January to January.. and honorable men. ever known on Lake Louise. baggage Move forward Throw and don't off the carry baggage too mach of Suits well made at prices rltfht Suite that are a bargain true-

about the ....propotion.. California has begun the shipment George W, Dillard, bookkeeper and C. O. Benton returned home to De- envy malica, spite and all other things Waitlnjr here. when you appear.

of the biggest crop of orange in her general manager: of a big departmentstore Land latter part of.lad week, after that would weigh us" down in our for .
Orange ,like Volnsia, history, and it ia not likely that there in Savannah and his beautiful spending part of the holidays here with ward march in life. CONSULTATION FREE.

is making rapid. and. permanent will be any improvement in the market. bride, that he married there the 20th of his annta Madames A. M Flowers and' the He kind talked that on practical Christianity.
counts,, the work of
progress in the matter. of hard The grapefruit tangerines however December, terminated most delightfulvisit T. J. Newmans. the.nnsnved by means of good fellowship raving. KLICKER BROTHERS: DeLand, Floirda II
will bring better prices from now on. of several days with hie parents, Quite a little wreck Sunday just above and endorsed the work of Rev.
surface 'roads. Her latest venture Mr. and Mrs. Gns DlUlanl, and friends,, Hammond station. The caboose of an Harris who brings men together in hap ,

M an experiment, is a con Argument For Feather of Emporia, Monday. extra freight got off track and tore up py communion. He recited of feast the story and wit of and Senator reason -

crete track'road leading out from Opposition* In feminine to the headgear wearing baa of feather Mrs. C. H. Cade received Saute Clans about a mile and a quarter of track. Tom Corwln, who defended in a trial .' ,....-'CC----........:. : e-:' 'cc-'cco...:....:. ....._.!!!!'._. _...:.:. "., .
encoun his former : ..
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Orlando, and,it is said to be a tared an argument which gold premium gift from the J. E. Cade i Trains delayled two and half hours. schoolmaster, and won the lii .ce'i: ''''i\'' '
show that for
case him. It was a. good seed !
y great success. Anything to get; there are two aides to thla as to every family Xmaa tree bore.. It was one of Lagrippe seems to be prevalent in our the school teacher had planted years that iti. I

", rid of the old sand. roads that have other question. Attention la called to the handsomest oil Santa carried a midst, and Dr. Stiles is kept quite busy.J. before that worked out his harvest when 111 THE 't' I
f been drawback to the fact that were the practice of beautiful/ morocco purple silk lined T. Moody seems to be one of the unfortunate he was In need of a loyal friend. He l.1
always' a great wearing feathers to be abandoned to flower case with a five dollar gold piece ones, his wife and three asked all to plant seeds of good, plant ill
the progress of any section of the morrow 80,000 glrla would be at nestling in them every day. Some will blow away, 'it f
once a painted flower bed children down at one time, and It keeps but some will take root. He : C.
thrown out of concluded WATTS ; hard surface employment in Paris
; state. Wherever; alone. A champion of prettily needle worked. him bustling.\ his hour talk by reciting Frank Stanton's -

roads go down you ,can see prosperity girls insists that If a bird the or working a girl That soft-shelled, wlld-eyed, wind. Mr. T. H. Prevatt has accepted the 1 ey. You'll"Don't Get Yon'Em Fret Yet"; Cheer Up, Hon w < i

,begin among the people at must perish it ought"not to be the $1. l. broken, wsmper-jawed, runty,hnncbeetuchee agency for the E. O. Painter Fertilizer With a few closing: remarks by Rev. Ill nAfr !

once.' So let the good roads fever -New York Press. Cbsyenne Indian lobster'that cut Co.. Mr. M. O. Causey having resigned Harris the guests left the festal board, iii
up George Haiper's bunny traces, Tom met Dr. Hulley and thanked him for bis N11F1wPFE
in favor of him
spread all,oyer Florida.Notwithstanding and anyone wishing talk. which STOFE i
McBride's sn inspiration
to all.
A Slander., baggy harness, and turned 7r,8S
anything in their line And 1 Y
their the
can place good ladles
... of the church ,
Tee. sub, Capt. H. C:Price's came iii
asserted team loose
Colonel ,
Pepper, daring orders with Prevatt Instead of Causey In for praises for the magnificent jsijjj ,
the shortage "I one owned a hen that lived to be the leap year dance at Seville last Friday heretofore. served, aa did Rev. Harris for the supper kindness lh ,.
? in the ;Cuban tobacco crop, and twenty!: yeahs old. sun!" night, ought to be cowhlded. of his invitation lh No. 65 N. Boulevard 'i

other:'drawbacks, Tampa produced I"And you lived in Alabama" said I will be dadgnmmed, Jake Harper Mr. Herman Andrews returned to bis g
Mr. Keene U.
in the, neighborhood ,of "Tea, rah.skeptically.,What has that.to do with took a pledge first day of Jan 1D07,that after home In having Mt. Olive spent N.the U, Saturday hrlidays last here, VISIT THE iII! DeLand, Florida. !t'' f
It 7" booze should not touch his
lips, and he
2OO,841oo.c.clgarl. last. year, an with his brother W. H. Andrews. f. lAli .
He 'fi
t'z "Well. It proves that the southern firmly kept the gad-fly off. Now he MOVING
Increase over the previous yearof.112,600,000 was charmed,with our climate PICTURE SHOW New /t1
baa fixes the sunny stock of
negro been slandered that's all."-. poison bait ahead to 1919 and ,;
; This ia particularly Cleveland, Leader.;: Mrs. Harper will keep in the closest and the beautiful orange moves,, and

e gratifying to the Tampansas touch with the doable jointed dido state says be never enjoyed a visit to any -:-- ,5JJ Everything in the Hardware Line i
more than this, It belug his first to
w the prediction baa been made Considerate. dove-tailed and, riveted down 4 year this PERFORMANCE '

that the cigar production would aa In the a country church one Sabbath, pledge. N state. CONTINUOUS Carefully Selected, and ilJv
-t fall behind that of the previous first were rising for the We regret to chronicle the death of t
hymn an old lady entered the Installation ALL .m'
church Mrs. M. M. Miner, of Emporia, which ot Officers. 1 STANDARD GOODS
C year-; It is'an increase over the at the same time. She held up a m
her bind, exclaiming: "Keep yer seat. sad event occurred on the morning of Magnolia Lodge No. 21. I. O. O. F., AFTERNOON 2105 .,,1 I.
'y output of 1905 of nearly 70,000- Losh. ye aeedna arise, though I bare Monday Jan. 6 The bereaved children Installed the >following officers last Monday rM' ,t

000 cigars,however,which shows come In."-London Express:: ? and relatives have the sympathy of night: Lea Morris, N. G.; J. E. w Builders' Material
how 1 >apldly; that '' industry is the many In her death. LIfe' race Alexander V.; G ; 0 B. Webster, Seo'y; EVENING, 7' TO 9:30: t Doors, Sash, Blinds! d{;,

growing in Tampa. 1 Didn't Need n1 well ran hfe' work well done, Urea A. 8. Manson' Tre... i

Neighbor. your statement L truefour crown well won; now comes the rest in Tbe following officers were then appointed \ Plumbing Supplies, etc.,, Carried m ,

The value which clothesline was robbed by tramps.. Heaven by the Noble Grand: C. P. Ib -
?,;,- of farm drops Xndsoa-How do make CHANGE OF PICTURES
yon that out? m
A real estate deal has lately! been con: Gala oD, R. 8. N. G j Halnea Yelving- Ii ,
? go;to*the ..apPort'of, animals is you say they took summated here ton L. S. N. O ; H. W Kllcker, I. ti..i WANT you to visit f
everything bat the towelsj-ninstrat.' whereby the J. E Cade G.I; 7f my New Store, inspect ;
: much greater than consumed bymad 8481_ farm in Little Egypt west Plenon, I. T. L., Osteeo. 0.. Q.j; W. F. Barton TWICE A WEEK1 fi :pi line and get my prices. I am here to my fine

AH of the wheat; quarter now the property of Mr. Charles Nee Warden; Geo. T, Belt Chaplain; R. P. and efforts please YOU m.;
( th my have been
of the oatsj; one-tenth of the'corn, 'l'rIa'1a'tIMe. us whet we are. ; they worthy: ; who recently moved here from Walters, Conductor; 8. L. Padgett, R. know the directed> to that end. I
,' dig up tile sad and let as see what we Georgia. The property embraces S. S i E. II. Tal teD, L. S. 8. ti wants of the people of DeLand in goods 'MI I
all of the 'rye a j arti
barley the "
thet are made of SEATS FOR All ried by i
The a General
; they just tan up some. 1 farm comfortable dwelling, 1IeI'a8.ta- following officers were appointed d jj Hardware Store, and I have them '' !
>' buckwheat, the ;,rice, the potatoes the 01 weeds) en to the) snrfaoe.-Bpar-:' b..., etc., and Is considered. the by the Vice Grand: J. W. Perkins, K. ,j. .,.. ,/efll
..... among
,,:and: ,tobacco"all belong' to very best farms here. S. V 04 J F. A. Lynch, a a V. G.,

'the''Crops' ',andL the I portions of Notice. Major_ B. Conrad, an genial gentleman .& NOW THEN, ltt W. C. WATTS' ryi J

crops 'destined,:for humancon- Prof Rolfs has arranged for a fruit ana the wealthy general manager $50 Reward f r.!

;sumption.'The ram total of farm pow_'Institute at the Court House of the Bond Lumber Company's big The'undersigned will give t SO for evi You Need Some Fruit "' \I, :

;valueof. ',{(these"'on.December 1,: Saturday Jan. 18' at 8:80 'p. m. 'The 1 mill at Glenwood was attending to dence to convict the party who administered Trees on'Your Lot. 33JJ3JJ: : 333':33JJ333: : JJa':333JJJI: ,: ?

\1 \' soils; fertlllien and white flip by dues mill i& one of the' largest and best night Jan. S.i 1908 at bualnesa and unr-
the residence stock
of of E H. Hayward ;
atswt el AcrteoKon! ,was$1,079, Berger Blair and equipped l lumber a oleo,
; perhape other*.;Thla plants In the South R. P. Walters, DeLand., healthy lot of yonng trees, I offer bud.
?: .000v Tn. !\valoe;of animal meeting Is not only Important to grower and they. own the timber privilege of W. A.'8TRINOrct.LOW.A led and grafted citrus, pecan, peach, The .Record is
,: / d .":"is:'just;twice,that reof *,,bat rnrybodyry.huld hear.. .these) several entire counties v -- and varieties other, at fruit reasonable treee of popular and fine. superbly}

.. .. .,199,000,000 va .'valuable*talks'- ,' ,T.'fc. HirtS.o'y : DrI:,George Kerr,.a. fine gentleman, Reaf Bargain. Call on me at my hone prfces.ia DeLand,
.' eminent physician and skillful, boxes j or write for what yon want for equipped to turn I
> .. .the. ) 'principal St. Job t tGr.w.n's Philadelphia-and PM'of to snrgeon.o most; while Wo they last.of Wilting Holland Paper,for 19o, November... Decembr or January; out uptod "

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Mr. Maynard Bond was In town from meat. Phone 8. \ ,

Lake Helen Monday. The Pickerts Co. next Thursday, Fri.
rv "Mere's to 'tOOI bnesba\2 i\ 3an. t, 190.SUDREKA'S Monday The wind night blew and all almost Tuesday.a gale las day Many and new Saturday student", nights faces are seen up FOUNTAIN'S --- .1 :: J

The Electric Light & Ice Co. will at the University since the winter term ,

soon be ready to install its day current. : began. lean week. ...FOR. 'a

Miss Margaret Roberta of Winter Call and see our stock if you want
'I Comfort and Satisfction
DEPABTMENT STORE Park, la visiting her aunt Mn. B. K. something pretty for a gift or for your

Prevatt.,, home. Studio Shop.
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Do not forget the men'* meeting Sunday Henry W. Klloker, DeLand merchant

I afternoon at R p. m led by Dr. tailor, made a bnslnesa trip to Lakeland Ladies' and Gents'FOOTWEAR

Hamilton. the latter part of the week.

Clearance Sale on Clothing Electric lights are being installed at, ReaJ our ad. Grasp the opportunityand ,
. Si. Barnabas by direction of the Guile' get a new suit while the sale Is on.

t of that church. G. A. Dreka & (;0. :Phone 77. ****++++*++***+****++*++++++++++*+#++**+***++**++++++***+***.

Begin the New Year with a New Suit Brill's new postal cards cover almost County Superintendent of Roads Our Spring: Stock Is now arriving -
every locality. of Interest In Florida. Frank O. Sparkman was at the county
. Hundreds of them seat from the coast tbe first of the week. and as we are
We are this for each and one of ,
possible every
Lost-A stick pin set with six: : or Pay your State and county taxes

eight small pearls. Finder will be re while the Collector is at his office at the HEADQUARTERS BEST BRANDSand
you by putting a price on Clothing that is certainly warded. Leave at Bank. court house during the present month.

You can now make. Daytona by automobile Mr. and Mrs B. J. Marshall are the
interesting from the standpoint of a Purchaser. in an hour. The DeLandDaytona proud parents of a fine 11-pound girl Styles of Shoes on the Marketit

road la fine for the trip. the stork visiting their home on Sunday will pay you to'

Mr. Edw. Wlllitowski. who spent las

Boys' Black Blue and Mixed Salts Men's Black Suits week with DeLand friends, returned to last.The Misses Erhart returned the Brat SEE BEFORE PURCHASING
St. Petersburg the first of the week. I of the week trom Jacksonville where .
Jvlr. William Bracey of Alachna they spent the holidays with their
$1.50 Suits now $1.19 $10.00 Suits now $ 8.50 county spent last week at DeLand, sister. ,

visiting hia brother DrT= H. D. Bracey. Mrs. S. A. Wood returned Saturdayfrom ALL THE LATEST SHAPES t x<
2.00 Suits now 1.49 12.50 Suits now 9.25 '
The Fickerts will play. here again Jacksonville where she spent the t.. .
2.50 Suits now 1.89 15.00 Suits now 10.50 next week. The box sheet will be aAllen's holidays with her sister, Mrs D.: A. ZZINZZ

drag store next Thursday morn- Morrison.

3.00 Suits now 2.19 16.50 Suits now 13.50 The good rains we have. been having
W Wilkeraon, ex-clerk the town will put the soil in splendid condition SHOESFOUNTAIN'S
4.00 Suits now 2.69 18.00 Suits now 14.50 of Daytona, was In town the fore partof for spring planting, and for a heavy

the week. Be is now residing out bloom on the orange trees
5.00 Suits now 3.89 20.00 Suits now 15.50
West. Messrs. Silas B Wright, Jr., George .AT.

8.00 Suits now 6.25 22.00 Suits now 17.50 Mrs. Kreamer arrived from the Wes Hntchinson, John L. Nnckola and Mat

Virginia home last week for a vial Zeigler all now have patches. of celery I
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. about ready to be marketed. --
Men's Mixed Suits
Boley. The installation of officers of the

Young Men's Black Suits Mrs Eriokson and the children returned Woodmen of the World Lodge of this <
$12.50 Suits now $ 9.25 the latter part of the week from place takes place at tbe regular meeting t)30EO IJOEIIi)

13.50 Suits 9.75 $ 5.00 Suits now $3.98 Daytona, where they spent a portion of: to be held Monday- night- next.
now the holidays.Mr. The evangelistic meetings at the Here it is long in January, and we DR. S. R.LOVEOSTBOPATU

15.00 Suits now 10.50 6.00 Suits now 4.75 J. Stanley Moffatt left for :Palm Baptist church every night this week have had no frost to even touch tender .4

Beach. the first of the week, where he have been largely attended, and much vegetation.
16.00 Suits 11.95 Interest taken in them Remember that William Woodward andante AHRHICAN: SCHOOL Of OSTEOPATH
now 10.00 Suits now 8.50 will have charge of the telegraph officeat by our people. Klrk.Tllle' ,Mo.
the Royal Poinciana. An interesting meeting of the Child la here every Tuesday and Thursday
18.00 Suits 14.50 60 New York Aye. Opiw.it. Collo" Arno
with those delicious from the
12 50 S't' 9.25 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson arrived Study Club of the University was held oysters Office Hours: 3 to 0 p. m.
In the cultivated beds in Tnrnbnll Bay. Leave Or
20.00 Suits now 15.50 from Georgetown, Ky., Friday kindergarten room yesterday by Appointment
order at Erlckson's store.
last, for.a visit with Mrs. W's parents, afternoon. "Discipline'1 was the subject. your
The in the vicinity -
Mr.\ and Mrs. W. C. Watts. The weather has been so spring-like orange crop
of DeLand has the
$10.00 Overcoats $ 6.75 Father Devlin of the Conregatlon of for the past few weeka that many of OSTEOPATHY
;r now In the neighborhood of two hundred
St. Vincent de Paul is spending the the orange trees are showing signs of of the
thousand dollars, or will ran up to this Dr. J. R. Moseley graduate
12.00 Overcoats now !_ 8.75 winter In DeLand. He comes here for budding, and occasional fruit buds are amount when the entire crop is marketed Klrksville School of Osteopathy, under
seen. the founder of the Science.
his health
from Quebec, Canada.
15.00 Overcoats 11.00 and this money will stay among as. Office-The first floor of the Carrollton ,
now Commissioner W. H. Mc-
Mrs. C. B. Rosa. and who
son spent The orange industry Is once more a Hotel, over G. A. Dreka & Co.'s
the holidays in Jacksonville with Mrs. Bride and School Commissioner A. B. paying one with the growers. dry roods store

Rosa's mother Mrs. W. H. Tawney, returned Prevatt, of the north end district at- Mrs. T. J. Arnold the daughter of Hours-9 to 12:30: and 1:30: to 6, or by I
tended the of their Boards this appointment. Phone 188.
$10.00 Cravenettes now $ 7.50 home the latter part of the week. meetings Gen. D. H. Hill, nloce of Stonewall 1 .I

week. Jackson, and her daughter Miss Isabella
12.50 Cravenettes now 9.50 i Mrs. H Howard and children, who Mr. W. C. Cannons has purchased arrived from the Virginia home the
passed the holidays here with the father. The Marsh Market.
the Bates livery of this place. Mr. latter. part of the week, and are occupy-
13.50 Cravenettes now.. 10.50 i and mother, Mr. and Mrs. T, R. Webb,
Bates goes to Seabreeze to take chargeof lug their eLand home, Jackson Cottage If you want the choicest oats of Meats 1
15.00 Cravenettes 12.00 returned to Jacksonville. the first of the one of Mr. C'a livery stables on the on Voorhis Ave., for the balance eave your orders with us. The beet of
now i week. coast Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
of the winter Mrs. Arnold's sister

Mr. Lawrence, one of the Universityof Mr. Robert Howard, brother of Mr. Hiss Nannie Lee Hill has not yet returned Chops fresh and, Sausages salted. Hams Hamburg,Breakfast Bacon Steak,

Coats Chicago students, is stopping at The Alfred Howard of this place, arrived from Europe where she went etc Courteous attention and prompt;
$15.00 Top now $10.00 i iStaple' Olive Branch This is Mr. Lawrence's from Brooklyn the first of the week, and early. last summer. Miss Hill was, a delivery.

fourth winter term he has taken at will pass the balance of the winter at few years ago, a member of the Stetson Marsh Bros.

Stetson. DeLand. Faculty

The largest and finest assortment of The Electric Theatre, on the vacant

and Fancy Groceries Souvenir Vew Post Cards ever displayed lot corner Boulevard and Indiana Ave., FOR SALEA

in DeLand, at ISo:! and 25o per dozen, atBateson's is still giving good moving picture
new dwelling house Minnesota
. Curio. Come in and look shows An entire change of picturesIs on
avenue. Shelled street, three blocks I It
r them over. made. twice a week.
" from University. Eight large
Hay, Grain, Orange Box Material and Wraps Mrs. Dole of Lowell, Mass, arrivedyesterday The Pickert Comedy company will Hath room, plenty of verandas fine fireplaces a M st t
electric lights, hot water tank,
and will make her permanent. play a return date here next weekThursday and best sanitary plumbing. Titles per

home with her brother Mr. Walter Atwood Friday and Saturday nights, fect. Price ia.000 if sold witbin 80 ] :
on the old Mowers farm. at January. 16, 17 and 18th, at the public days. 8. B. WILSON,

G. A. Dreka & Co.Ttp77ne: Broomeville. school auditorium, and it will give you DeLand, Fla.

County Commissioners Potter and lots of fun for your money

Murray, and School Commlssoner Gao Tbe Volnsia teachers, who attendedthe '
F. Crouch came over from the coast annual meeting of the State Teach A FEW OF THE MANY GOOD

Monday to attend tbe monthly meetings ers' Association at St. :Petersburg last i
-. . . *.++4 +. t . TMMMMMMM MM MM MM ++++++++..++.++. of their Boards. week, returned home Saturday and THINGS WE HAVE TO OFFER

Horatio Dlckson, colored waa before Sunday. having had a delightful timeat In Homes City Lots #' '
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Judge McCrory Monday upon the the pretty little city on the Qnlf. ,

charge of trespassing upon The College Mr. W. L. Stewart, .a fine gentleman A Acre bear'ng Orange Orange troves and 'r

Arms golf grounds. He was held for from Pittsberg, was a pleasant caller. on Grove with 5 acres just of outside timber;of all city for..'I ,UUU nflfl Trucking Lands, etc. ;
THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF the Criminal Court. The Record yesterday afternoon. He

PRIDE OURSELVESOn THE PAST WEEK. Mrs. P. L. Bateson's mother and sls- and family are occupying the Berlin Ten acres in land 5 acres in
WE Orange ,grove, inside city
tar Mrs. G. O. Edmonds aud Mrs. Ben. Wright cottage over at Lake Helen this ts. Price...... ......I.lim-'IDDD List your Properties for

Local nun Society Item for th. P.op1.'iP.p.rBrl.t I F.< Oilman and husband, of Brooklyn, winter, and they are charmed with Sale or Rent without '
N. Y., are here for the winter and are Florida and its superb climate.A Slz.and-one.half.acre Orange
the Purity of Our Drugs and theCare Mention of Fact o. Grove right In town. Large
at present stopping at the Melroae. number of business men of the city nil-bearing trees, in popular. Delay.
I _
8 a bv oar Report.r.
We Take In Compounding Prescriptions The city council holds its first 1908 met the first of the week to take the part of city. Streets on three -
sides of the
Initiative for data. etc to send to Congressman property. Good
.... -- Wade the toner, Orlando. meeting next Monday night, and mayIt ground value aside from
Table board. 41 Rich Ave. do as good work for the present yearn Clark. to be used to assist the Price............... ....grove@C1DDD, We are always glad to
When in need the matter of street and sidewalk: improvements Congressman in getting through Congress show our Propertiesat
New A St. Johns River
stationery and curios at Brill's. Celeryarm
the bill for the erection of a
We shall be pleased to serve you A good rain fell the first of the week. the year just as closed.was accomplished during government building at DeLand. fenced of, 15 tiled acres and Part planted.cleared. nd expense to you:

How do you like this weather Can'tbe Lost-On Saturday morning,Jan. 4tb. Messrs. Rufus D. Brooke and A. T. Good fowingwell. Purchaser I
would get half Interest in
excelled on earth. and breast bin Pattillo were at the county seat.from pros-
a gold onyx onyx set, sot crop, which includes 00,000
Our Store Is so handy-next to the Mr. S. M. Morse was an Orange City diamond shaped. A suitable reward Osteen the first of the week, the formerto lettuce plants, growing i nicely. E. H. HAYWARDReal

'. visitor to DeLand Monday. will be given for Its return to Allen's attend the January session of the Price... .Sl,300jf
Postofflce./ Our Phone Is No. 45ALLEN'S
Board of Commissioners Mr. Estate and Insurance
Prompt attention given your orders at'McBrlde's drag store. ,Miss Sherrard, one mile County -
-- ._------ -- --------- Pattillo it is probably that he If you wish to invest,
Market." Phone 8. sooth of R. ;R. station, DeLand. says very
will be a candidate before the democratic No. 37 DeLand
DRUG STOREDeLand Mr. Thomas R. Webb la quite ill at The county republican convention to primary for the office of Tax sEE Gould Brothers Boulevard Fla.SHE'S
his home on east New York Ave. select delegates to attend the state convention Assessor.In .

The A. C. Line and Clyde Lna are yet will be held at New Smyrna
: : : : : r Florida a business letter to thie office from
taking oranges to market from DeLaud. next Tuesday. The delegates from De-

New cards and fresh assortment of Land are W. A. Allen, Z. T. Bielby, one of our Northern subscribers, he ::::::::-._._.-._:: :-.-.-_-.............-.._-.-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::--:___::
"Permit me to that I have
says: say
Wicr pu pet r."' Watch' / tad Clod/ repartrf.V / souvenir goods, in this week at Studio Mayor Egford Bly, A. H. Hutchinson, always been pleased with The Record,
Shop.A G. C. Hesse and J. E. Bigelow.The THE SATISFIED OWNER
became It is clean and outspoken for

number of DeLand young people Rev. Father Albers, Rector of that which is right and also for the up .
attended the dance at Lake Helen Friday one of the largest German Catholic building of humanity." The Record of the overflowing basket from ,

night. parishes in Iowa, Is a guest at The Put thanks this friend for the complimenthe OURRELIABLE I

t ..,:,- Try our home made bologna and pure nam. Hia home la in Cascade, la. pays it GROCERY I '

farm sausage, "McBride't Market."I Father Albers will celebrate High: Mass Dr and Mrs. S. R. Love have locatedin '
.- the Catholic Church here s where the purest freshest Coffee ,
Phone 8.Hon. I in on Sunday DeLand, at 60 New York avenue, [
D. F. Morrison was at the: next in Father Cnrley's absence. opposite the College Arms. Dr. Love, : and Teas Preserved Fruits In can

county seat from BarbervllJe the first Lagrippe la prevalent pretty much whose card appears In this Issue, was I : land glass, finest Olive Oils, Catsups

' J. F. A'L'L'ENco. of the week. allover the county. Here In Florida graduated from the American School : and the entire list of necessities ?
and table luxuries await the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark are a its attack. mild compared to Its results of Osteopathy, at Klrktfvllle, Mo., in :
.... Marion M_., couple spending the In the North, where it l IlIln many cases, 1908, since which time he has been a appreciative public. W. keep
"Leading: Furniture House of Volusla' County winter at DeLand. fatal or leaves the patient In bad con ,successful practitioner at Erie, Penna., : only the beet, and 'we .strive to j
Ii I i; keep our price just w.attractive.
Now la the time to fix house dition for months. It la said there are his home city. '
r your up Come in and judge If we've suc'
with new rugs. 'See our ad.' 0. A. 80,000 caeee of It in Washington City Mr. Samuel Flowers, one of the t L it ceeded. "

Dreka & Co. Phone 77. J. B. B. Stryker of the Lake Mary prominent business men of Seville, ao- t
? '
"DROP "IN" Starch company was at DeLand several companied by his little son and his
la '
County Judge McCrory down with .
r ..1" '" lagrlppe at his home east Indiana A..ve., days this week, checking Up the machinery brother,law, Mr. Marion Nickols, I
and Newest of the Seminole Starch Go's wa at the county seat yesterday on
see ou not able to be at hia office.
: wish ,
plant at Btetaon. Mr. Stryker has business Mr. Nickol 1* down from WE\ to thank oar friends and the'. public in general .,

.. Styles inParlor; and first Miss-of Sarah the week Hargreavea from returned Jacksonville the taken over all the Seminole machinery, Wayne "county, Oa., to speed the for.the liberal patronage given us 'daring the Holidays i

where she spent the holidays. shipping a.portion of.lt. to ;Lake Mary, balance of the winter at hi* former- and adopt this method to extend: : oar'best! wishes to: all. I

Dining Room fur- Enjoya good two hours' laugh at the the balance to Indiana.Dr. Volnsia-county, home for a Happy and Prosperous New 'Year. Hoping for a Con-:
Potter, Chairman of the Board of Mr. Lee Osteen who has been think -tinuance f
of aerate will
public school -auditorium next week your many ,,favors,_which ,we you
iliture. : County Commissioners and a party of lug of entering the race again for the .* >
when the Pickert !company comes., colic the very,best of attention we remain n
friend came across from 'Seabreeia the office of Tax: Collector. ha decided not
A.otfvecwork resumed this week on first of the week In his automobile. to ran. He can not afford the expenseof Yours .
', the very,:respectfully, / .;
University library Contractor Where the road la not hard surfaced It the campaign beside<< by, a recent ,.. :..' .
Clake ha been waiting for material., has been plnestrawed, .and an auto can examination in the railway mail service, Phone.79 '
Phoa No.'d2 J., F. ALLEN &. co. ,DeLaael...'.. \\\ffaatt.\ Bedford Jones and Otto now cover the distance between, Day. running between Jacksonville and port" : A. ;H,: WOOD LL 1

._ ..:... ,._.... ___, _.. .._ n _.;- ., k7tofwere, IL1 t the county seal from Ions and DeLand In little' over.an hour, Tampa he expect*' a' promotion and J..... _. .__..._______.._.._.___ ', '':''',. .
Detson Spring the tin of the week. It better ..".':...... .... r
ao4 make a T from ,..
Vault '
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MOTHER' SHIPTDU.i ; I If You Want.the' BEST ORANGE' WRAPS Ask'for Notice to Creditors., 4 ". .

Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned I mi lTm'1
__i of Her Strange PropbSor" .*.TbstWr ha been appointed bY.tbe County

Fulfill' ..*.. of Judge the( litateotjuila of Volusla county C. Osbonmu. late deceased i iJbLil'tllJ RMLRDOoes

-wheQ: Mother Shlpton*"heard thftt ,of Bald county and,his duty qnuU- : : : / ;

Klnlrt Henry VIII. ahould be king and APk % lied aa such exeoutor. All creditors,.lelCa. i
CanMnall /Wolsey should be at.YOt c tees.dlitrltruteeH and all persons having
aha wald that Cardlnall claim or demand against said estate are ; = Everywhere= ;
Wolsey would
: V S hereby notified*to present the aanra duly ,
nevs* com toiYvike*Which Mat king t: : uii : authenticated to the'undaralicned within :
and the cardInirhr> Duke of Suffolk and the bold *""**. I\rbr.tt Sbutl' : : t i

Dorojr to Her:. who coma with tbelrmeDl.dl8&uWed' c ;c F. R. USBOBITE Executor J'I. ;

UI tt k rng'. 'house,Dear m DeLand, Fla.. tIle,. 12, 1007. .

Yorke. where leaving their men they Is I 'i'fiI ? .;
wenO to Md Beasloy In Yorlte. uii desired .
him tto go with them to 4 Mother I Notice of Citation .,

Shtpton's bouse. .Wben they' cametheyknockodat.thevUoors. I # ; ,I 1'e& In Jounty Court Voluela County, Florida. THROULIHiPULLMAN'SERYIOE. \

.. She Bald.. ; : By the County Judge of sold County" ;: ON-rALL-TRAIN" 9

Come In, iMr. Beaaley and those hou. t __ Whereas.D. F. Morrison baa applied to '"
orabte lord wlttt'you.; and (Mrs Beaa 4 this rourt for Letters of Administrationon '"
ley "would Dave put In the lords before the Estate of Jake, Lotion dioMXlt late .
of said of Volusla.Theneare '
hlnvbut abe sold: 'Come In, Mr. Beus- sa F'o County CONSULT THE "PtJRPL'FOLDI"
ley.: Tout'know the il ,therefore to olte and admonish
; way. They do all and, singular/: the kindred. and creditor '" ,
DoLt. of said deceased, to be and appear before :; ,
rileD they w*...late the...houH. :a ( this Court, on or before the 13th day of Jan '
whaPe there was a great fire and tuoy ? # : : uary. A. 1>. lOve, and file objections, If 'JJ For detailed Information, schedules, rates reservations, see ,
dnafc andiwewi-verj.merry.. E r 1JrjLfei.! C any they IIII"e0 ,the tcranUn letters ua J:' your nearest Ticket Affent, or write or 1.
: aforesaid otherwise' the stints will be xranted :
'Motbe SblptoDaald' the duke LL !iL ; f L ; jiI as prayed.. :$ B., L. POWE Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast Line B. B.,,DeLand Fla. or
you- aid tile cardluall should never see iii T KI "' ; Witness. my. nam" a* ,County Judge" of :
York.' I I iI .5 'CRC I 1 y; nt M V the iviuntv aloruauid, this 17ib day of Deonumber. i FRANK o. BOYLSTON, Trav. Pas.-Agt. A.OL.: :

,. Tea. ye&Devel',' said ahe CIOUIeIlllO,,-I' aid IL'1I' ha might BeeYorke. till tt: 1 i v'lT'"t- "_"" (!Seal: ). 11M>7. J. LEE McCKUKY. '*" A. W. FBITOT,'Division Passenger Agent A. U. L. r JaCk80DVll1e.. Fla. Si0

-'But,' .aald tba duke; wnea ne CIt) Btst and most economical to Use County Judge.Notice III tsjaSd'I' gas. .... .( ..
cornea to Xorka.tbau.ahalt be burned.' j.I .

."We shall see that.' laid she aDd'j .,.,. to Non-Resident. .
",' plucking her bHudkftwUef, off her LOOK FOR :

.I, threwttt: Into the fire, and It would ." ,.,.,." ,." ,,..,,..,,,..,..,,..,..,... REQ- In of Circuit Florida Court, In and Seventh foe Volusla Judicial,' County.Circuit I II I IIAIf..ILIATED
I DOt burn.,Then she took It and put It In Ejb
\ / on ...ID.44 Then said the duke, 'What For Sale by Q. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand R. S. MALEY, Daytona Luther IChanoery.T. Graham) B. Stetson University!
: meaane ;you by tblsT'"She vs >

" J' ". Killed, 'If this had might.bate burned.' 'ro Ella GrabaralYou
: :: ',' "Motho Ship ton." auotti-tth..- ---
r ao yiou jOint or mer ENGLISH JOCKEY CLUB. ESTABLISHED 1805. the bill of complaint flied herein againstyou ( .
, In the above entitled eause on or before
Wby.ilord,' said she, 'the time will 8oelty of the Cincinnati the 3rd day of February, JUOM. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-St.ndard..re Identical with the Unlver-
t' com when you will be as low aa'i Mast Autooratla Governing Body In Tu Society; of the Cincinnati was A. F. YOUNG & CO. The VoluaiaCouaty Beeord I I. I erebv designated city of tjhloageCOLLEOIt'OF
: am.!' (Tb :.auke.was-afterward be- the World of Sport. on order established by the officers a* the newspaper In which this order LAW Graduate admitted with!)..,ezamtnatlea: In Florida.
shall be published once a week lor four COLLJIUJI\\ TKCHNOLOOY-Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Kn-
beaded.) A, writer In Fry's. Magazine explains of tbe Revolutionary army In 1783 topel'etllllte Commission MerchantsIN consecutive week.. gneesiag$ ,.
"My Load PJercy aald/'And\ what say the origin and development of the : their friendship and to Witness my band and seal of office this COLLEGE FOB TEACHKH3-Five courses of study for Florida School
yoO'.ot m.'" Jockwy clabi; thai most powerful and rul.sp funds for the relief of tbe widow 26th day of DeoemberI001. Te.ober8.

\' ")ly lord sold she, 'shoo your autocratic governing body that Is to be 'n and orphans of those who bad SAM'L D. JORDAN Michigan PREPARATORY Vassar.BUMIMKStt. ACADEMY-For,Chicago !Harvard,, Yale Princeton

borne-ID'tbequf.ell! and 'yoo' shall doe found In the whole world of sport The fnllt-n' dm'Inn the wnr. It wns so ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Clerk Circuit Court Volnsm CountyKlu.Landd ; : COLLEGE-BootkueplaR! Banking, Shorthand. Typewriting,
well'but'yonr-body: willbe..buroed.nYork. Jockey. club baa an enormous power lininod becaiiKO It Included patriots .t>Fish, Solicitors Complainant

pavement,,and your bead shall and Is feared and respected by all who beuclod by Washington. between U8C"uOLOF MECHANIC ABT8-Woodand, Iron, orking and ,Manual

be stoleni froov'tie Jlarre.mud.carried subservient to it, and yet nobody \\hoin ami time old Roman fiumerCliulnnntns. Training
Notice 8UUOOL UP
to N6n-Resident MUSICS-Plan:: Organ Voice Theory History of Music
Into FraaoeA (This proved true, for ever elected It or gave It Its authority. JlI'IH'I II. there were sup- WHY > Teachers' Course.

be rose hmrebeIl2ou'inthe north and But It Is the Ideal governing body for I.'."""I tn I... ninny rvsumblnn'-efi. ID the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial SCHOOL; OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and Painting, oil water color. pastel.
by might he was racing. One of Its most notable You should see MR. BUNDICK their Circuit of Florida. in and for STETSON' baa. 4 College,B Technical Sohool*.16 Bull llll.lll. "8 In Faculty,
taken and beheaded Volusla Yorke wbere achievements was the virtual "warn special agent Putnam Inn County. gymnasium 28 class. .
roomseparate for both ,memorial
;., bla.,body,was ,bumad .and hllll head lug off" Newmarket heat*, though not DeLand Fla. C. B. Van Denise) company h llweodasdlion shopmanual training aid domestic oleoei,' auditorium dining
was stolen away andllearrledf:, Into In I so many words, of a Prince of a corporation organized and $WOOO pipe organ 19 pianos debating clubs., llterory societies star lecture
France.) Wales, be who was afterward GeorgeIV. Ti'IP111swill existing the State tinder of Florida the,lawa of} courses Christian association, general library ((10.OUO volume),' special law

"Not longe after came the cardinal! .: v. fnsttriaiil library enclosed HAB>|. park-Uk.athletio Held running ahftll track, tennis courts, baseball diamond,
BECAUSEThey oampue. rold8. oemellt walklL ahrtiKKAW anil tivAajnristian
to Cawood, and, going to the top of the "His Jockey Sam Chlfney the elder A. H. Rvland. ( (not sectarian.) atm...ap Tower he V a.!aeclt-,"WTierex-stunda was accused of riding the horse- B.- are In sad To A. II. Kyland and All Whom It May electric lights,electric bells concerts, fraternities, exhibitions reflections, rec11a18. i
save the Oranges
Yorke?' and said that said dyspeptic:: from man Concern: vespers exojrslnna, festivals.. Attendance now biggest In nistorv of
one that cape unfairly and the Jockey club demanded days of and Grapefruit
nlany. enable'
him You
to cat are beieby notified University.
be should neveri seeYorke.. They are tbe largest dealers in the United that a suit by Generous patron; no money spared. Stetson 1* lor Florida first,
whatever I
They that he should be expelled IM wlabes. They prevcn3ICK L garnishment has been Instituted by C. B. fj last,and all tbe time.
shewed bios Yorke'' and tbat he .would from the turf. But ran I>enmn ,
the prince believed HEADACHE They are trying to make YOUR interests company a corporation. under FOl"informatono.talogue..bulletla., views-and folders, addr***
BOOn be there; but,' being' sent for bye that the accusation against Chlfney THEIR interests cult he laws Court of ol Florida against you in the Cir. PRE3IUE.XT LINCOLN aUL1.EY.A. M., Ph.,D., DLand, Florida
king be died in his cause the food to assimilate and Their facilities Seventh -Judicial Circuit
way to Lon. was entirely wrong and nnluat. and ha nour are unsurpassed of In
Florida and for
oon at Leicester ox a determined- stand lab the body, give teem appetite Tbey otter you the advantage of the three Voluaia county and -
Laske. -Keo by him at hat S. V. Hough and H. M, Bond,
any I.
Bennett lariren or-me markets In this country- coparters -- -- ._ _._ .
In Metropolitan )EVELOP doing business ---- -- .
Magazine. cost Thereupon the FLESH a* & Bond '
three stewards New Yoik, llnpinn,, mid Flt'sburg Hough ,nave ----- --
of, tbe i club' who were then In office and solid muscle: Elegantly Usually) one him to BUexperlenoe.. You boon and garnisheed all otber by plalutill in said cause.
sugi interested said
were called upon to take coated._ They offer you the advantage or their forty. persona In
THE TREE'S action and cause are to .
ROOTS. required
to said
appear' action
Sir Charles Bunbury on behalf of rake No Substitute. I I *two ha ualrtnff year* .work in the orange industry for I 00 or before the 2d day of March AI>.

.om.thlito. ,.About by
Intelligence. that U be retained Chlfney In his *ervce sales prices ol Oranges and Grapefruit each (!Seal: )you SAM'L D. JORDAN

As-the'animal Is nearer to us than no gentleman" could or would run Fisher & Swinburne! market day and, so keeps that they his patrons know dally posted what on the the Clerk of aald Court.) Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depot

th..eg table"lIo Is animal Intelligencenearer against him. sales are. KAY DOGQKTr By&H, P. HAWLIN D. C. at DeLand. wltb best- ypre ,an4 yellow pine
Incensed be withdrew from ,
telllgence.akin; 'We'to our hear owor of than plant plant pbyslolo In'- the turf. altogether and did not resume Artistic Painters and We wish you would Attorneys for ClaintuYGuardian's .' Lumber Flooring! Ceiling Mouldings

:y,.but not yet of plant psychology his patronage of It until nine Consider the Following Questions: ", ,
later. Paper-Hangers
4 When a plant growing In years .
a darkened Notice.Notice
Does the "
Commission House I
you Shingles
: room toajuntowmrd the light the lean with your fruit give you the advantage of I laths Etc
lOll, we are tangnt,' Is a purely me- THE FIREPLACE.One more than one market is hereby given that the under.gned .,
cbsebe.I-p.o.s. ,The-effeet->of the I Latest Designs and Colors In Stock Have tbey been In business long enough! Clarkson guardian minor of f 1 heirs,. Clarkson of and Salie All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick:,Cement etc., promptlydellvered T
'- to look out for your interests in all its Evelyn O. anowhere in the city.
light upon the cells of tbe plant bring Thing That Helps Most to Make a phases PAbove I ilanei deceased will on Saturday, Feb. 1,
; It about In a purely\ mechanical way Home ,Hornly. all, have they entire 908, at the bour of 10 o'clock a. m., or a*
but when an animal Is drawn to No. la B. Rich! Ave. In tbe given you satisfaction -I' oon thereafter a* Jte can.. be heard..apply'
the This I say: Go back and pick up lost pastr to the Hon. J. Lee McOrory,.dUd,"" iba
light lth* process I* a much more'com good habits-the omitted amenities of DeLand, Fla. County Judoe1 Court of Voluia- Couaty
I plex one and Implies a nervous system. life. Especially' put back Into your IF NOT, WHY NOT? Florlda.t, hill office in the Court House In DeLandLSawand Planing Mills & Novelty ;WortJ.
It Is thought by some tbat the roots of house the DeLand in said county for authority to
fireplace It Is the one ell at private aale
tbe following described
a wiSer, loving plant divine the water thing that helps most to make a home THE NEW ORANGE CITY ASK MR. BUNDICK I real estate the property ol said minor, to- T. CAIRNS Propr. and Manager.
from 'afar'
and run toward It. The homely. Build It big and broad. Let wit All that lot piece. or par....' of laad.
truth?'!*the plant or tree sends Its roots lying and being In tbe city of DeLand <
there be DRESSED I
In all directions, but those on the side. no glmcrncks. of fancy wood- Lunch Counter Candy county of Voluula and slat .of.Florlda..d4.
work cnv'h.ra. rtnfln It. Tt It hA nnlw Trespass notices printed on clotb, can .orl bat! L.
of water find the I as a part of lot U In block loot D D. U'M' BER
direction ground moister Intn.t brick or stone. Then let the hearth be and Fruit Stand be bad in any quantity at The Record toners' survey and map of DeLand, osrfilen AND. ROUGH
ana their growtn is accelerttod broad ffice. the-offlce of the UlerkoltnaCin;
and wide. Make It so large Opposite the > ttODurt
whUe the others are checked Railway Station, or Volusla county, Florida located In the Ceiling '
by ta dijia ss.of th.-,&oIL. An ashtreeatswdavoD way tbat you need never fear for a will open on Nov. 15, where southwest quarter of section 9. tuwnebip 11 DoQl"'FralUlIIJ FlooWlrt", PosfvBahisrterst SIdlug, Turning Scroll Sawing, Moulding. Window ana
a' rocky slope where tbe snapping coal. Away,with mata,.,for 1, Quick Lunches can be had at all outh.range SO east being tk"'.wint91" Shedding! for Groves and Pineries. Maateta, Turned Porch:Columns, etc..
; Notice.Notice feet of said lot feTCrates and Box-
they< areicombuatibleli 6, reserving tbe Material a speclalt
But} a stool hours went 16,, Contracts
soil l tbln and I of the taken for the
poor twenty or twenty- that Is another thing Here day at reasonable I meet thereof for street purpose, and also erection of any kind of a building -
five from you can rates. I 18 hereby given that six months reserving from
my garden. After awhllr the nortb end thereof all
forget' thai.stocks.and th > office .rterdiite, towlti on the 21 ol June DELAND
It sent and day hat lies north of a line parallel FLORIDA.
so many roots down Into thegarden r to and IK)
100H the .
the ,
store, undersigned admini.tatrIznf feetsouth
Here-yon can dream-of Test oftbe center of'the track' the '
andvowotbedithe garden<*gi I and peace. Here It Is .possible that Adjoining:, Mr. Wm. Kolman the estate ol Wm If. Byne will present DeLsnd Branch Railway a. at present lo-
tables of .-- roots off"anoraug trench to-keep' the some of :you have Tom and Barry and ,I open hilt General Plumbing or Voluaia County Ha, and ask lor a final 6C.. E. BLANE.
treefteni sMdlacjaorwrS'O'Wtrthe< Bessie about your knees. There Is no and Tin Repair Shop, where he Inohurge as such admlnl lratrlx. Guardian of J. L. Clarkson and (frFOx[i II
gar betbuiwty to will be This Deo. 20, 1907. MIRIAM BYNE.Admlnatratrix. VISIBLE 1
,, dener pasturage thought down the belew-there tree divined and tbe reach rich It Is the chief. reconstitute want of these the modern family. I ronage at glad reasonable to receive rates.your pat-All Sallie Evelyn Clarkion)G. Blane, minor deceased heir ol I

: ed foe It accordingly.: The truth Is, I days. work will be done with quicknessand
# anptMse, thflif the t root oa 'Ust side, Tha tvorU' Is never quite 'so IndepenOenfc the best of workmanship. TYPEWRITERS? ]
er"we quite so care free with I
i" foa4A.Ud3nose.aDt l b.tte&oil and out Saws Filed and Set.IQVHS ,
) t a fire There
are '
Tautness and lack
so pushed on till the'reached the garden
where they were at ooastaa well of outline to a summer: day. We gel HAVE'y jI',
fed that they multiplied and extended our feelings mixed up with the cosmos

'' themselves rapldlyr- The tree waxed The fireplace narrows otvUvesi somewhat 9lotcrW&r
but It >completes and unifies H3UOC1 tclce
strong and every season neat more and
stronger"roots lnto'tbe -gardem-John parfofttbe thmga. We are happy be Just' a type tSRAB1UTYK0ftK"BASKKT"MACT'mES,heavy,ty pebav,.. secured;: by the wide

B "" ,QatIDIfI Uaganlne.. littlewarm- home circle ..svuoo1l.'m "Elastic" Bookcase
Did _
anybody: eve commit suicide who _

.DMrM KrfoW Ii'OdM"Bvlaaet loa had Magazine.a fireplace. ?-B..p. PoweU In Out- noC;nq'ino ool cv,.q ,, and Desk combined. _ COMPLETE VISIBLE;: WRITING

"I didn't see :yon In church Sunday Permits as much or as little INTERCHANGEABLE CARRIACES

3iL: morning" said Mrs. Oldcastle. book space as wanted. TABUJ4IJ1Q.,, .
"NoJT t rapned*: Aer heatess. i toytng Knocked. Off th*'Gilt.' Comprises Desk Unit with, LINE INDICATOR 0AAIt JWRJ\1Nct 'ATTA0HLW'L! : .
with her" 12.800'solitaire' ,' "1. "Yes, one of the two women 'warn few or many Book Units as 'DETACHABLE PLATEN TWOoOoLOK RIBBON
; ,' nervous I knew I couldn't sit still If I room suing those"I think curtains I'll get I for looked the drawing at last lent desired.attractive.Roomy Call convert and see _______________ Ar..) EYEflY DIRER DE8JRABLE SPEED ESOAPEMENT FEATURE.:

k" w8lt'I'D'f'.lI end'kid'in bed-near- H of write for ,
The cetatotuo t OS : Every other
dining typewriter
fc than
ly tbe whole anright It Is, the Fox haa SOME of theee
; morning J. F. ALLEN DO other has thew feature,
." but the drawing room""Now & CO. Ap4. Th,,F.taqWt pioue
THtWSeA too bad. You oogIU,.too vtIID typewriter buildIng. a.a :t. U\ecJJanlcal_ mar-
will 'llsttnito\ I
A. : lIa I,1meeu inere. I'P. oiiggawortn eco xi!; clalraea1 yoa their es- AGENTS! I It I".. the mechanical ,
"P" i.te .several of our leading flnauaJeTayaBd'tuusldsrable onaultting aaanbjut&'an un DBUUSD PLA.r wOrthapdsnbisajto excellence of a typewriter that pl'o.ell-U. II
.. dertone. "Her 'drawing roomr I .taqd ::
.. Why arndoethqFoz
t", : anger wasexhlblted out Uneirs'ljJcld qj strajm year In ;;nyear
say abe occupies five .
by some of them." a room flat just : dvel'tleednatemen. I' .
'; '"fefthat, so} I didn't know they could Over mine and a duplicate of Itl I Whener Prove the Fox by a making reneraJ clatU1PrDoelMn
I get more than three people.in compap.ou ID your office at our
do Btich things In our church. I s'poscd Write for beautiful epen8e. I I
my little parlor I feel
like catalog
Just Issued
only thai pope bad. that power, -Chicago
'l IWtGdleMlI1..o ccowdlng-4Jinu.If' ak werate add I 1
a'paa6plaoeto1181' furniture-Til bet OWEN TYP .W.1UtRB
-v:: QQMJ4Nt I r
she couldn't open the door more than } I
NeSt Thoeei' SeHam.What I 313
were tbe beat,six sellers when halfway. Now is the time to order 1 .Street TAMPA
r" "But I supposeranevmtist get a lot of I We are exclusive agents at DeLand I ; I
you were In New YorJt Inquired the
comfort out of. for these Porch Shades
talking about her'draw- Just the thing
I ludlnall' .eVirrywreert-.tllJU.proaahr bog room,' eapedanjt* when strangers for your verandas durIng' the hot summer rJ i
....bbol'..,. sun.. Call at I Simon Pure --
are listenings. Toil bow some women our store and No. 1 1for
"rm blamed It t know'wis the lot- ar. .
qneerthetwayr'w.New.York: Globe. examine.J. I
tar*. reply.; : "As far as I can remember P. ALLEN' ft: CO. usa '.

I we:omly"r1sfteoVflv. ''of 'enr, an I didn't your grove and be sure of a large next I II

,, f-.y much* an4 attention'Plain Dealer.Mcoaitrliitr 'to their. locations.Clev ." CASTOR IA Notice of Final Discharge winter. All the Jb :st groves use SIMON crop, PURE ARDOUR '

'_, 'Notice Is hereby given tbat the under FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : : : FERTILIZERS i
Vor Tnt and Ohildrauto signed administrator
,His Jnt1unok., of the estate ol John

"'Why: ,.doa't,yon..
"T. 701 don't Like that m.a,who wants to the County Judge ol Volnsla County I Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville., FI.. For Bruit i.

;. 'to marry your daughter" VSe'rant. Florida,ana ask for a flnal J. B discharge TUUNBR.- I : ,, Vegetable. anil
i "Wb it 'for?" asked Mr. .
Cumrot"tie's I Administrator T. E. ARNOLD .
li popular nouab with mother aa4 ,This Jan. 1, ID"*,i I Agent, DeLand, F a., : Field

.tire'!!| girls now."Washington_8lar11wsAIiThouj)9Akout.AJIhs..- 1a I Crops.

: ; P04 iHii v % > yv% v .
( W*promptly oautln U.a and Foreign 4 .
""i" .. ...'.,,,:",v...'?' ctizeas.-a lawyer,. a MALSBY'S Following are Agents In 'Volusla County .
: doQi>rs ntfi wtMpvmattisat IB! a COMPANYLong

"JIM'Q8.1 1..Ibe".7J. ,, light otutlMr t 'z; T.l81S1.BYI DokndFlorIdai,.

r p.; Mr.f'| !:a"'D.-//, .On the table-wr. many Distance Phone 574; E. F. BARNEY: PATILLO CO.
-I f'1 "'7.iuo r.a' nnd'a of'pache,1 DeLeOl1of'\p1d'\ -
couple iwid nxxleJ, II -
ef UurB-Matt 4h y;..Mt''la .Mlene Mreiwrtua ikaica pniomnbllUy or photo. ol For invent fi'. !'UlDk n lit. r' :33: :: Ocean Street, I A. B. PREVATT: J. P. Port Orange ,

'," 'I'' ,me j ji,, .iirpU'. .; ''ttIoiII""IIf'If"" bcyoad. The three men t *h.n.ossreftbpessedagrsen. >r uuMMLiuMIiR ir'' I I ,. Florida., ''O. Q. BOSTROM. LakeHeJen:
Xvwy paokana hu behind U w. Pi
.,:.:lar Ptf their. feet and. lookq.* Jloaoh .ot a booaa wboM biutiua*Mnadanu an she'' Portable and Stationary. Engines I OrmondGRUBKRMQRRId WILKINSON. :
.tt j:.',,i'YroaiJy.' ,, After, &'bag pause btghS In She Irede.Pc..p' .and Boilers.Saw Mills, Wood Work. I I : :: HDW. CO. New Smyrna
: I see s..1 a..s will ti..flsl tax.' I I I PUThA11OWLER]) -
log Machinery
IICI.'t.... .. .II apau..ee. is.sc'i i.eei.1 tv ____ Supplies. Com Daytona '.
101\;\" _1d .. [. 1i aad tuUd'S.1tpU.a, _ I plete line carried In stock. Liberal I IC A. T. PATIl4. Oak: u1l1

r 11f'lIld! I ",,; .:,," ht:' :, Terms.. Wlte: for catalogs\ I '. o.teeq A. P. GUNTER,

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