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 31, 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: UF00087347:00214
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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rrHE VOLUSiA OOUNfl'Y Jft tJtlIafJ: :!:: ,


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Little Macklyn Dreka died after a -

Th., Way a Keen Irl.h Lawy.r Wor PARK M. TRAMMELL short illness of cholera infantnm, age m

, rind Anthony Trollop.. 14 months.A 1<

\ Among the stories In "Pages From Former Volusian Says Some Good happy home is robbed of a precious t..:

an Adventurous Life," by J. E. Pres- little jewel, and many sad hearts mourn IV,

ton-Muddock, Is one that Lord Alver- Things About the Polk County the bitter loss. Alas! an angel came In Confidence

stone waR wont to tell with appreclatlouv silence and plucked this .
Statesmen and Brilliant fairest, sweet- i,
, In a postofflce piosocutlon at est bud and wafted It
on high to blossom
<: Hertford nssUes" a clever* Irish bar Young Lawyer. In heaven.On when1' eating,' that your food is of 7.
lrtfanta and
| Children.. rlster appeared< for the defendant who the beautiful
shining shore
was a poor letter carrier guilty of SOMe : highest wholesomeness-that it has Ii,
Th. Kind Ton Have Always Bought has borne the slgnav* Irregulailty. Among the witnesses was Lakeland, Fla, Jan. 29, loof. stood awaiting the coming of this .
in it that
tiire of Chaa. It. Fletcher,and has been made tinder his Anthony Trollope. then a government Hon. l3. E. Prevatt, darling. baby and oh! BO tenderly He nothing can injure. or ,I

personal supervision i for over SO years. Allow no ono postofllce inspector. After be bad given DeLand, Fla. folds him In Hla arms, leaning his little distress you makes the repast: .

to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations awl his testimony ha was handed over Dear Sir and Friend: head on His gentle breast. doubly comfortable and satisfactory. : ,

1 Jnst-aa-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the to the lawyer for the defense for cross My friend Hon. Park M. Trammcll O! mother, bow it mast break. your :0

{health of Children-experience against Experiment. examination. i is. as you know, a candidate for the heart when you think how your darling This supreme confidence you 4\J

"What are you?" demanded< the keen office of Attorney-General of Florida, waved his little dimpled hand, and said have when' the food is raised with
The Kind'YouHavo Irishman In and commandIng and I take -this I ,
Always Bought a severe opportunity to write bye bye mania" but do not grieve, do
tone sonorous with a rich brogue. you to let you know what kind of a not call him back for his ;rI
he is and how he stands in his little missionon rD I
1 Bears the Signature of "An official In the postofflce, an- man I IBIIwc1
wered Trollope somewhat astonished own home and county. I have known earth was short and pure and he __ "''O
by the lawyer's brusqueuess. him intimately since I have lived her will live on in this purity, untarnIshed ,.

"Anything else?" demanded the crone for seven years, and have been associated by the sins of this world. God in His ... 16
with him in business and civic
examiner, with n snap. infinite mercy knew best and claimed
affairs Have found
frequently. always him for His
"Yea; on author." This a little him at all times to be capable and own. ., ;

proudly.; correct, a lawyer of exceptional ability, "Trust the Savior with your sorrow, ,

In Use For Over 3X Years. "What la the name of your last and a high toned, honorable gentleman, breaking heart;

.. TH. ...,.u............."... .. .USSV S'If?. .......... 9tTV .- 'j. !book" 'Burcheater" Towers.' whose He is word a man was of as high good character as 1m bond.and Strength and comfort for the mor. b ol..cbr.lPG... t'I'

":\'ow, tell me, Is there a word of universally popular, and who will fill row He'UIMpart; '
truth lu thnt book" I the office to which he aspires with None so willingly will chare it. The only baking powder made
COUNTY ABSTRACT credit to himself and with honor to the None so gladly help to bear It. "r
VOLUSIA "Well it Is what Is generally calleda
1profesnaarbs.( V INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR- work of fiction." state. There is no doubt in my mind of Trust, the Savior, fully trust Him; with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar e
his the nomination and of
ANCE COMPANY. "Fiction with scornful of He will prove a friend Indeed
. >. !I" a curl ;
t! being elected; but I want to see him 4>
A.KES; W. PERKINS, Bert Fish, Cary D. Landis.. the lip. "Fiction! That Is to say, lead the entire state ticket, and to this You no other friend will find There be confidence 0
'* President Sec y and Treao. there Isn't a word of truth In it from end I am writing to advise my ok Half as faithful, true and kind; can no -

beginning to end?" friends in Volusia county to give Mr. 01 the Savior is the friend yon need." when eating alum baking pow-
nORNEY? and COUNSELOR-AT- "I I afraid If it that Trammel! their and
Titles Insured. am you put hearty loyal support A FRIEND.
e LAW. Abstracts furnished and titles perfect.ed. way there Isn't," stammered TrollopeIn der food. Chemists say that more or

' 2 Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup an embarrassed way. He will get practically the entire vote less of the alum powder in .
!' plied. With a triumphant nlr tbe lawyer of Polk county to a man He has ASKS US TO PRINT IT.
' Practice In. State and FederalI Opposite Volusia'Comity Uarik. turned to the Jury. made an excellent record in the Legisla- alum or alum salts remains in the food.
Courts .. both member of the House
"Gentlemen. be exclaimed "how
How To Prepare Simple Mix.
and also at President of the Senate.
can ;you possibly convict a man on He is indeed and in truth one of .,
the evidence of a witness like this, Florida's favorite sons. He will makea ture To Overcome, Disease. I
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CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR who here In this court of Justice unblushlngly canvass of the entire state, and when To relieve
SALE ON EASY TERMS ,confesses that he has writ- he comes to DeLand (my old home), the worst forms of Rheumatism -
ArORNiYa.AT-LAW1: ten a book In which there Is not one I want my friends to give him the ilIad take a teaspoonful of the following -

$10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE word of truth!I'" hand, and a warn! welcome! not only mixture after each meal and at This cut will show

Boa in Bank Building, DELANO.nob Trollope bad fallen squarely Into tbe because it will be your privilege and bedtime: that I understand the

' office over Po tofficeDA 'ONAory Beet Peach Section 'In the Stat. pit digged for'him by his unscrupulous pleasureto become acquainted with" Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-naif muscles of the face and '
... A. BAKER if tile, Fla. cross examiner my friend but for "Auld lang syne. head, and therefore will
\Vith regards and best wishes, ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce, rive you the very best F .

. D. Landis Bert FishIII Sincerely yours, Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla, three faclalsnd scalp massage /
A Grateful Lion.A Morris G. Munn. ounces.
j LANDIS & FISH W. C. CANNONS'Livery lieutenant of an English regiment Proper facial massages .t \
harmless ingredients can be as essential to the facial .2'
HXORNEYS and" COUNSELORS- Feed and Sale Stables. stationed In Africa was hunting for Kentucky Day. obtained from our home druggists, and muscles as proper .
Mg: game. He was fearless, but for ; exercise Is to the rest of '
AT-LAW are easily mixed
some reason b. hesitated to shoot at Owing to the "Kentucky Day" in by shaking them well the Dody-gives to the
I Fine Fashionable Turnouts
DeLknd Florida the great lioness that approached. Florida conflicting with the Old Settlers' In a bottle. Relief Is generally felt muscles firmness, solidity I
Bus meets all trains at A.. U. L. Depot. Nearer and she and froM' the first few doses. and strength No 9 1 10' /' .
llj. Practice In State and Federal Hanks meet morning and Afternoon F. E. nearer came was date of Feby. 19, and the advice of j/
Courts. limping. The big hearted soldier took This prescription, states a well.known one having any knowledge .
I). Ry. trains at Orange City, and night many members, it has been decided to l
facilities for and otlon. U. S Mall out the thorn that he In her In of this subject can ,-
ipeclal examining trains at DeLand Jm' saw was date that authority a Cleveland morning
change the of meeting to
rfectlng-- land title both routes. Hacks meet boats nt Beresfurd foot and she limped away gratefully, paper, forces the inactive question its value. .
'. Gentle horses and caretul drivers. and the Britisher forgot the Incident.Not March 12th. We hope to have a clogged-np, Neglect of facial muscles 7

Phone 3. DeLand, Fla. so with her ladyship. She returned thorough Kentucky Day of it, with the kidneys to filter and strain from the will produce thin, /
blood the poisonous waste matter and soft. debilitated and aa McCRORY assistance of all friends. Everybody is
the next night, looked over the roster -
uric acid which flesh on the face
causes Rheumatism.As /
.. of the regiment and ate every offi- invited. Respectfully..
Anyone wishing buy, cer that ranked the lieutenant, who, of I. A. STEWART, Pres Rheumatism Is not only the most It is very necessary for I3\ % ,
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand anyone to know all the '
course, by her act of gratitude was JACK STITH, See. painful and torturous disease, but dan- muscles and /general 21
sell or exchange real.estate made a colonel. gerous to life, this simple receipt will massage movements before

Florida. Have You Temptations? no doubt be greatly valued by many trying to give; the '

or personal property; to Stag Carloaturei. sufferers here at home, who should at massage treatment. \
If have should bave been
The comedians supposed to be broadly you you at once prepar the mixture to get this To have your work
4''B. Wrlihi S. B. Wright, Jr.if borrow or lend. enquireof humorous In our travesties ore cither the vesper service last Sunday to hear lef. re properly done, call at .

I & WRIGHT, the address how to hn College Arms BarberShop ;"
WRIGHT made up as Irishmen with green on overcome S :
It Is said tout.
a person who would
1 the DeLand Realty Co. whiskers or Germans verging on Im temptation. Dr. Hnlley said it was I
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. take this prescription regularly, doseor "
a For todies at the La- "
becility. In France the stage butt Is first necessary for one to understand k
\ NOTARIES PUBLIC (Incorporated), DeLand, a caricature of the English globe trot- clearly what a temptation really was. two daily, or even a few times a dies' Room. Manlcurng. ,
Shampooing Curing
We at Telegraph Office week, would never have serious Kid .
ter; In Germany, a freak Imitation of
Ie showed that many people become or Waving the Hair.
<4ND.. FLORIDA. Florida.T. our depictions of Uncle SaM.-Travel morbid and imagine that some thingsare ney Ism.or Urinary disorders or Rheuma- All work done by J. V. Vanghan and his lady assistant. Ii I

E. ARNOLD Magazine. sin, which are not. and they are Special prices for Scalp and Face treatment.Call 1
Cut thld out and it. Good
being tempted when some very natural preserve and see J. V. VAUGHAN, College Arms Hotel Barber Shop. Every-
E. ALEXANDER, All He Wanted. of- RheuMatism prescriptions which realy thing first-class. Business hours from 7 a. in. to 8 p. m.
' and Treas. longing the soul Is asserting Itself.
Sec'y "Well, what do you want asked relieve are scarce, indeed, and when
the of his assistant had He showed that temptation itself was
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. aeronaut who you need it. you want it badly. Our
begun to whimper."I not necessarily SID, that everything de. druggists here Buy they will either At DeLand Churches. Ku Klux Reminiscences.
fr Office in BanlrBulldlDIf.. |nsure with us. want the earth," walled the young pended on the attitude of mind that we supply these ,
ingredients or make the
DeLand Florida. man. toward The second Instalment of reminiscences
J assume temptation aa to
U Practice in State and Federal NOW is the time. whether we approve and yield or disapprove mixture ready to take, if any of our Rev. Benjamin Presbyterian: B. Knapp Pastor. of the Ku Klux Klan, by Colonel S

f Courts S pot cash for losses Censure pardons the ravens, but rebukes and resist. readers so prefer. Sunday school at 9:43. Morning service John C. Reed, appears in the February .

- the dove Juvenal. He made a good point when be said, of worship and sermon at 11 number of Uncle Remus' Magazine, '

IlL U. A. DAVIS.T'flY8ICIAN V ehould be protected. 'when a person manfully resists temp. Loose Coins ID Mall-boxes. o'clock. giving the account of how the Presidential -

Postmaster Allen deeires to call at. campaign of 1868 was carriedfor
H. Escaped."I tations but it too
proves strong for First M. E. Cnorch
AND SURGEON. R Yo\t. Insured ? the Democratic candidate In Ogle-
have a friend who is writing an hiM, God judges him by the effort he ten lion to the practice of some patrons
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DELAND Rev. W. J. Harkness Ph. D. Fas'or.Sunday thorpe county, Georgia, despite the fact
Woe at residenceIndiana,avenue Every company reliable. Indian "version of 'The Star Spangled put forth rather than by his success or In of their rural delivery of placing loose coins school 0:43 a. m Preaching that the negroes together with the few ..
tanner. boxes etch time they desire to
t Court House failure.He service 11 a. m. League 6:43 p. m. white Republicans, greatly outnumbered -
i iBceHours "I s'pose It begins. 'Osage, can Ute dispatch letters instead of supplying the white While the
. : ,II to 13. 3 to4. and7to8. When does your, policy expire ? S..T" Inquired the cheerful idiot showed the function of the will in themselves with postage In advance of Methodist Episcopal Church !South.! article Is only the account of what

i (Is In force P dodging Immediately Into a convenient overcoming temptation; the use to be their needs. Sunday school every Sunday morning happened in a very small part of Geor-
1BS. your policy coorway.-Kanea. City Journal. made of the scripture in overcoming This practice imposes undue hardshipon 110 a. m.; preaching 11 a. in.; Ep Ill.., it is of general interest because it
YIDA Z. BAERECKK, M. D. ; teMptation and the of rural carriers in removing loose worth League at 6:43 p. m I preachingat gives an idea of the power the Klan
Telephone number sixteen. prayer.
come from boxes and delays them on 7:80: p. m. Prajermeeting every exerted throughout the South by showing
{''pHYSiaiAN SURGEON It Is not permitted to the most eqni- There was a large crowd at the audi- the service of their routes. Wednesday night. I what one Den accomplished in one

& ( HON INSURANCE AGENCY table of men to be a judge In bin own tOriuM. The mnslo was especially fine. The postmaster, therefore, urgently H. F. HARRIS, P. C. I district. Colonel Heed writes Interestingly -

Avenue ase.-Pascal. Every effort U being made to make requests that patrons of rural delivery and without prejudice or bit-
Mflce.DELANO on East New FLORIDA.York |J will find us at these services rich in their spiritual provide themselves and keep on band a !St.! Baruabas' Church I erness.
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uplift supply of stamps consistent with and in St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.
Stetson,and DeLand. Cures Woman's Weakne se& Next Sunday there will be special advance of their needs It is also very Campbell Gray, Rector.

B. A. S. MUNSON. We refer to that boon to weak,nervous mnsio. Come and hear the new tenor desirable that rnral patrons place in Feby. 2d. Feast. of the Purification. Thousands Have Kidnsj
suffering women known as Dr..Plercs's ing. The address will be on a subject theIr mail boxes small detachable cups 7am. Holy Communion; 9:3D( a. m.
;iJOMEOPATii! HODGKIN'SWagon Favorite Prescription. that will help men and women to fight of wood or tin in which to place coins, Sunday school! ; 10:80: a. m. Choral ser Trouble and Neyer Suspect

PHYSICIAN. Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial StaffI their sins There will be nshurs present when necessary. iq purchasing supplies vice with sermon. S p. m. Evensong Frvvalanor of Kidney Dluuu*. 5,

f IBM ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW: says to show the congregation their seats of stamps. _. Daily service at B p. m. Most people do not realize the alarm
Ice Second Door South of"Fisher's. Shop of Unicorn root(ffelanUu Dtotca) which This: vesper honr Is ULiqne In the life of ---- Catholic Church. ing Increase and remarkable prevalencyS
,> Drug Store.incaHOERS Is one of the chief Ingredients of the 'ForTorlta the University. There ia nothing just of kidney disease.
! 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 Prescription like it in any other institution Dr. COMFORTuNuMVORDS. M. J. Curley, Rector. Sunday Feb. Whilekidneydie-
and7to8p.m. DeLAND FLA. -A remedy which Invariably acts ..a uterine Halley has wanted to drop It, but the 2nd. Feast of the Purification First orders are the
invigorator makes for normal ac- Mast 6:80 a. m. Blessing Candles before
! DeLand people will not bear to it. Two different most common
-,Florida. the entire reproductive .yeMm."
,, IrHy of
. Everything in,Wagons Buggies Carts. B.contlnuee"In Helonlu we bare amedlca.ent delegations of citizens hearing that he Ian/ a Florida Household Will Find High Mans 10 a. m. with sermon. I diseases that prevail -
, I >to., manufactured and repaired in my .. which more fully answers the above) thought of doing so, interviewed him Sunday school 11 a m. Evening service they are S
1DEl.AND Shop in the* very best workmanship purpoeeo then.- In any the Uwr treatment drug wtth of dlMaoes> whu" 1 MuJlar ameauainUd. with the request that he keep up the Them no. 7.JO.: ) Subject of lecture, "Difficulties" almost the last S

known.' Only first-class men employedand wwomen It is seldom that a case. Issen vespers. To have the pains and aches of a bad against confession answered. All are recognized by
DL JOHN REEVE first-class work turned out. I have which does not present oome indication welcome. patient and physicians .
further Come one and all, next Sunday at 4:10to :
ntely added for this remedial agent. Fife back removed; to be entirely free from who
to my plant a the leading ton-
,aysi The following-' are amons1 the auditorium.
IJ dlcatlana for Helonlu(Unloorn root). Pala annoying, dangerous urinary disordersIs Christian Church tintuit 1&,1101'
FLA. .roacblnlr In tbe bick.witheleucorrhnai, W. W. FROST, enough to make any kidney sufferer Services In the Christian church as \ doctoring tAn effect, while the ori,.

: .tonlo(tweak of %omen.)conditioflt.m nlM of depreufon lb. veprcductt.ecessna and Ir- Chairman. ratefnl. To tell how this great change usual next Lords Day. 8. S 10 a. m I aol diitatt undermines the system
Itablllty. eluoctau d wltftcbronlc dlwamofbe The 11 o'clock service will be In charge what To Do.
reared Jptlre o/gtne of women;constant can be brongb about will prove contorting of the Christian Endeavor!; Society, it There is comfort in the knowledge so

flYi sensation me nb..t best II(floodini the region due of to the.a weak-kId. "THE CREATION. words to hundreds of Florida being: their annual National Day. C, I often expressed, that Dr.. ,Kilmev'i
sand eonjfiuon 01/lb. reproductive system readers. M Conklin will deliver the addressi, S Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
naie/1vtEpreued or abeenl monthly Rehearsals for the oratorio, "The fulfills wish in curing rheumatism
ameno There will be special music Come and every
A. Oerting of 419 L.
V -YOORHIS, perlodjr./aMSinPTrum condition I of or the' aceomp.II'lnlr die-em Ive organs anabnoifrLiT Creation," to be given February 14 seiman. St.; encourage tbe young people.' A cordial S pain in the back, kidneys liver bladder
and ffmmta t thin bloodTiablti: dragging are making splendid progress. The 'ensacola, Fla., tells how to do It. Hays welcome awaits yon.' and every part of the urinary passage.It .
Dentlst- .n ::s-In lbs extreme lower part oftb 4 horus- numbers seventy-five voices, : "From my experience with Doan's J. W. B. Smith. corrects inability" ,to hold(,wstcr

S]'Lvnore- ot' tons of_the i ab9y PhP msa and everyone is working with inter- Kidney Pills I can strongly recommend Pastor and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
;O. BlockDeLand; ,,FlaBouN est. Everyone who heard Miss Electa theM to anyone in-need of a good medi- effects following use of liquor, wino or.
_ w- e erce s I Gifford last when she gave her The Baptist Church. beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
:& 'U,1,4! 18Oto. '4. llon.-ong-trtBB leaning ngri ., song recital winterh e auditorium, will ems for the kidneys. Kidney complaintand Services on Sunday at the Baptist of being compelled to go often
ent.og with!I.Unicorn root or Qelonlasy 1 want to hear her when she backache caused me suffering at in- during the day and to get'lIpI7
again sings church will be
at 11 a. m. and 7:80: .
and the medical properties of which it p m.la times the The mild and S
most faithfully represents. the soprano solos m this oratorio. rvals for ;years. The first or second tbe morning the pastor will preachon during night.
... Next week an account of the oratorio the extraordinary eflect of Awamp-R
Of Golden Seal root, another prominentIngredient 'Zeal'. In the evening there will
of "Favorite Prescription,.. and the. composer will be given in this attack I did not mind, but as time,went be tbe ,Union ,Temperance Mass Meeting is soon realized. stands UM highestfor .
I I Prof. Finley Elllngwood, M. D., of Bennett -. I that all have idea of ita wonderful cures of the-most distressing S
MISS MAUD' R. GOODMAN paper so may an by they grew worse and at times laid at which Mrs Dr. Sunders will need medicine
I Medical College, Chicago, ssystalt of what this great composition is, and me I could hardly walk and It give the addre .t. In disorders up.
was Sold
Is an Important remedy should han the beet by druggists
M $$"Oe 1 what' it represents. In England, the Sander I Is yon S
the womb In all catarrbal oondltlooa ,t an officer of the National W_
I'I and ...a.ral.afMb mep"",. la l,, useful.k'rof. ." home of oratorio, there are two great a difficult matter to straighten.,. after I C. T. U.. The Lord's supper wilt follow III fifty-cent and one-dollar.ize**
{t Tel..o. COCO':T1RESIflThRCan. : John M. Uddsr, M. U, late of favorites. The first is "The Messiah," looping i while the kidneyseeretiona! the MOl niUIl.service at which 'thene You may have a_sample bottle and: S
Cincinnati of Golden Seal root book' that., tella. all S
_ :W-r-'r3s. BUNo..PIA,. set.:your. Tires without taking -In rotation, "to its general effeote on thasretem. and the second is "Creation. In many were irregular and unnatural. Doan's will be the reception_ of new 'members about,botheentfree
wheels'from vehicle. We take out no .tfunlaces,in England there are societies Kidney Pilla cured me.. From personal' feylnailtf.Addr *Dn|,,-
VamU MAch general unanimity of opinion. It who regularly both of these
give every
bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloes la tmiMftaUti nwardod as IAe tonic useful 1 laaiLdebllltatsdetatm. xperienceail I .know.that> tils remedy' College Arms :Khmer; & Co., Bing- S
The Messiah was here Jhe Barbershop I IIs
( with a hot ,ir.. Come and see it work ." year. given hamtoll,N'V; When''('I -......... _
aJ t-1'x.Qa and:you wiU never h..... yonnTlrea set Prof. K. Bartholow, M. D. of Jeffersoa two years agofor the first time in tne an be depended upon to.tuLO.Jj.tiie, ; open for town people as ...ell.* fdguMU writing mention"' this and dont
hot again. Medical College says of Golden Boat, I late, and now the Creation,will have representations made for It.'* : of the hotel and< U open nnillj. Jo ,tni tak., but'pape remember th*
uterine hemonrbam lII.ka..nfJ:
nenovrhasla -
_. ..lrJpItOED m'IS't... 'Thanking you Los your patronage. In Valuable(flooding In ) and congestive djrsaMao- its first performance.' An effort was I For sal*by all dealers. Price CO cents, I o'clock every ta1 bt. ,Sbaipaoolugus. n.mej'.Dt. KtlmerV fiwamp-ootsj'a4
itlrter's-New'1- the ami boning" asODUquaar4.Ifl (Dalnrol, nmnetrnattonX"DnPleroe'sb'avorlViVrisorlptlon- made some years ago to give the Creation \Mter-MUbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York seur S treatment, bair-drwwlng. etc, A tk.--. Blnghaatfmi IttY.f;
poaa ,
e l Bloclr .... ,, 'L faith,. but it was a failure. So the palm private parlor for ladle balr-dressrog; If
he future, I remain fnl..repteMenta.\ ad tb. above named liersdl.nin for the first performance of these two sole agents for the United State shampoo, etc. Prompt and"oarefal.., S.'Don't make any; mlstake.but: refliem.
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Second Floor Tours,to serve and euwa the diseases for whloja. .. ber the name Dr KUmer's .
Oratorios in Florida belongs to Deand. i Remember the, name- Dci D'---and tention. J.'V.. -,

Land 4 Florida( I- \. A J __.. tl19( ;:;Nh:- "!this',Are: reoumnw"dod.r -- ..' _._ i I'', ,V take no" other. -w ,,I t1GBA.j No... Swamp-Root.N. Y.,,' on and every; the.bottle address is',. Sthnghaxotoa

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3 fOLCSIA GQOHTT RECORD. ALL OVER THE COUNTY taOtetb. roaaMth and ridMb voyage not Lake George Lumber Co. bare FREAK OF THE TIDES. -:

I Il Il .bar by the SevOI party. There being about finished the shipping of the tim- -

_ no evening service at any of the ber their mill at Middleborg bought At the Mouth of St John RI_. Where ft mow !
; TO churches except the Lutherans it was last year, and ar breaking camp and Water Flow Up HilL f fDon't
Sateen/ 1M PV IIoe DeJ..ud" n..
M--.s ears_ THE KECOKD OFFICE BY ITS an easy matter to probe and the Lo tner- leaving! for Middlebnrg. Speaking of freak of the tide then IDON

COKKE8FOIDESTS. ana ar* a sober Christian people thatdon't Mia Grace Mofiatt, our assistant t. nothing to this world to equal the is the time to do your Building. ..
allow wild West barnes cuttingor school teacher returned borne Saturday phenomenon .t the mouth of the St.
I .. K.FMTATT, kilt*r tPr et r.BsCbngreeeman flow bin
l Pierson. sand brick masonry tabooed around afternoon last witb a case of mampLSerenl John river where water up wait till Summer when you

a ai at at Near church yard and it seem strange of the scholar had to remain and down twice In dally claw ty These themselvesIn rever-. can't get labor. Let us bid on yourBuilders'

R. IL M. that a party a* represented in the home this week with them. Mlas Katie fog falls are a
Mrs Martha Ty lor of Sanford war i0and the world' natural curiosities.The Material and Hardware before
i Davidson died at hU home at this place Last week visiting Mr. ardcl would com that distance to Visit PoppeD will take Mia Moffatt* place' rise of the tide In the bay of -

Qoiney last Friday. Mra F. D. Harper.Mr a church service, when nothing but the until she is able to resume it Fnndy, which range up to sixty feet Prices go up again We have on

Swedish language I* used. After con- Quite a bit of excitement In town Friday averages at St. John harbor twenty-
*.Vat FsersoB. the poultry keeper siderabl search for evidence the committee noon last. Mrs. J. C. Babinson'ehome eight or thirty feet hand-------- _
Congressman of here, has bean shipping eoma nice fowl. and people)ar* obliged to report occupied by Mr. Wyley and At the mouth of the St. John river
Georgia eeem to think that the from her pet Industry. water 1. forced:
that IIIIDCIa a party was her none of family recent arrival in town from the great body of Several Carloads

Representative go to the House Prank TnrDqnist and Henry Johnson, the representative citizens saw them or Ga.. was on fire on the roof on south through a deep and narrow gorge On ;

to work. tip top young men of DeLand. wen found any evidence of the charge complained side of building and the citizens turned the cue side of this gorge John the harbor river

here the tip of last week. C3: of on the Sunday aiabt in question ont with bucket of water and In few open: above miles It Ions the St.stretches away of the following; : Lime, Plaster Paris, Vulcanite -
At any rate nothing has been CL.rll.8w.teoRr.ea has the finest or any other tun*. Name of committee momenta bad it under control only a nearly Into the province of Quebec. Cement Eagle Cement. Plaster,Sewe'r Pipe k
beard of Admiral ,,Evans, bom- vegetable garden IB this pleaeaat eden. of inquiry: J. E. Cade J. O. few shingles being burned, and the When the tide In the bay of Fund ,

barding any South American He i.an energetic farmer. Cad. J. D. Peterson, Cbarles Swartenereea. owner and occupants extend thank to la on the flow the waters rise with Hair, "Congo".and "Amatite" Hoofing. .,

t fishing fleet SEo 3. Warner of this place filled J. J. Peterson Peter Pierson. B. the citizen: for services rendered. such rapidity that the level In the bar '

tb* Lutheran church pulpit Saturday B. Mlnehew W. Mlnshew Hiram bor becomes In less than an boor con Stanbarb plumbing[ (Boobs ..

The opposition don't seem to and Sunday last at Sanford.Mr. Ashley a E. Smith. B. C. Byrd. J. A. Iderably higher than the level In the

Harper. O. L. Harper Harry Harper. Glenwood.Everyone river.
be meeting with much success inbringing J. W. Mloabew.. a staunch citizen. J. J. Hughes, Sidney Mcac..A.: The water l I. forced through the sold or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron,
ont forminable of Barberville ... op this way Thursday such rate that It literally
a can at a
Miller 8. E. Willie gorge
Smith Ashley. En- seems to be busy working
Hardware from the
didate against Frank Clark. dri.-m..puakiDc tornoat.Tb falls op Into the river the height of cheapest to
gen Ptorson. Fred Hodgson WW T. groves, fertilizing, etc.
eub-dlstrlct school at this place Wai ten. this fall reaching at time fourteen the best. _

From the evidence up to date, with 1t.5 pupil are la a, thriving condition -- ... Rev. McDonald, the new minister feet. So great la the area of the river,
here occupies Dr. WhJ..'* house. so great Is the amount of water rising ......,.
with Miss Parrish at the helm.Mr. .
it looks as though the Thaw
Emporia. The church Ioobref' neat and nice In the harbor and ao narrow Is the
family had done its chare in Peter Anderson, one of oar foremost since it has been dressed)np new inside. gorge that It would take hour longer Watts & Miller Co.

keeping the insane asylumns fnU. orange growers here, purchased a than the Interval of any tide to bring
fine young horse from Web Powell tat THE DLLLABD GOLD I WEDDINGOn Mrs. J. B Conrad has a sister from the river level up to that of the harborat (Incorporated)

Booker Washington makes it week. Friday., August thirteenth 1007 Sew York State with her for the high water.

that baa Mir Frederic PeeerhaDd.ome.. )1 r. and Mrs. O. J. Dillard saw gathered winter. As a consequence, attar the tide baa
plain Tuskegee
one around them in their home nity- The cold of Friday night did no serious turned and Is on the ebb In the harbor.
lady of this piece hiked
thing in common with other educational young DIne invited guests to celebrate the tii. level Is still so mach higher thanthe
---- -- ---- -- =
Ice formed :
damage here in some
cue to DeLand Thursday fifteenth
on a tax of their .
payIng anniversary marriage.Mr. river that the tide In the river continues '
institutions, it needs the trip. and Mri. Lhllard were married nl. drat> to rise for two or three hour The Hobart M. Cable Pianos ; ;

rconey. Augutt joth. 1837. at the residence of Dr. White has moved to the Mann
Mrs Moody and Mr*. McBride tbe, the bride father in Rankin Co. Mui I the water still falling upward.The .
The Hon. Dannette Mayes popular wives of Ce.pt Raymond Moody and moved to their present borne near house so as to have more room for his same force works In the flow.' No one ever. think of making COB-

and John 8. McBride of Emporia were Emporia Fla., 45 yean ago. Although poultry.Mr. After the water In the harbor has tparlsona between the Hobart ALCaM:
one of the finest men Wed Flor- Mr. Dillard/ fallen until the level In the harbor and i-
on a shopping tour here last Tuesday. was very seriously crippled Henry Wilson and wife are expected :- Jn f Piano and other Piano
ida possesses, has announced for with rheumatism they both had brave la the river are the same the fan Tin
The Nssworthy brothers. C. C. and hearts, and against this week from Tecumseh, Mich., superiority of the Hobart
great odds set to downward begins. During the next M. Cabk
Congress in the 3rd, and we hope Frank have treated themselves to a work to hew a home out of the wilder- to spend some time with their friends few*bonn the harbor recedes until the Piano '
Is so marked<< that when
be will win.Army and here on
ness wilderness
handsome bone and a rubber tired a it was at that drop from the river to the harbor Is a.

baggy. They sure have the spoodoolix.U. time. The oyster sapper at the Pomray much u sixteen or seventeen feet at speaks Planoe It I Lulmplytbeltollm1
They built of the finest
officers who survive the Beaaley. track foreman on th., groves of its day one., in this section orange of tbe packing home pawed off very pleasantly the very lowest. tide. Once more the M. Cable. This Piano U a delight

riding test can look forward in a Pianos and BKberril1.tioa., has the, country besides growing other fruit and and was quite a help to the fund to repair tide turns Inward and comes up quickly tbe skilled musician. The tone u rick
all sorts of farm and garden produce the church. but over three hour elapse before .
few years to being given optional trackage on this portion In good fix. clear harmonious.[ Don't
and in 1894 were "well-to-do people. It Is sufficiently high to counteract the \ thlnkol
trials on dirigible balloons and Be 1* an unbeatable worker trustworthy The great freezes of 1894 and '95 made Mr. Abner Wilson came a few days downward flow from the river. ch; y', purchasing a Piano until you ban

aeroplanes. and reliable citixen. all the orange growers poor again, and ago and will spend the rat of the win At half tide there la a period of -''' and
F. F. Edwards the pump and well few thought "that "Uncle John" and ter with his wife at tbe home of their something lees than an hour when seen heard the Hobart n. Got:

Paris that doctor of this "Aunt Callie in their old age could d.aght.er.1I4 son-in-law. navigation la Impossible.-Boston Piano.
papers are thirsting place dug a large 87 feet rebuild their grove, but the grove is
for gore can lay aside theirAmericaoJapanese deep well on the Hiram Ashley place there today to prove that they did do Now Glenwood can say it has a boarding Globe. J.A.: ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos

here last week. He I* a tip top man ft, and without help and they are again hoa e. Mr Bosbrugb has his house

war scare that i* not afraid of work. living comfortably off the proceeds of fitted np in good shape and can entertain SPIDER AIRSHIPS.
for a while and turn their attention their grove and farm.
to Morocco. Major J. 1'. Felt and Capt. W. 8.1 The writer first made the acquaintance either transient or steady boarders Hew the Young lne.ct* Sail Awa? JOHN B. WELCH

Cobb, noble bearted gentlemen of Emporia of these aged friends in the fail of Mr and Mrs. George Wooley will With the Wind. ,

-Some medical accompanied by their handsome 1878, and it u a great pleasure to tell leave this week on their: way home to3ierlden. In early autumn the spider families ORANGE CITY FLA. '
briefly tome of the good he .
things ,
better halve, were here gueat of Mr. knows of these Conn., after spending a few separate. Hundreds of thousand. o< -" -- -- -
to good people for to tell I
college ought give a postgraduate and Mrs. J. A. Harper last Wednesday.That all would expand an edition of your weeks with their parents Mr. and Mn. Infantile spiders on a warm sunny; FANCY AND STAPLE

course in navigation bitter pill and-por specimenof paper. WooleMr. :/. morning scale the low boshes cling to GROCERIES

for the benefit of prospective humanity who builds a spite fence About 1880 the first Sunday Schoolwas Beckwitb bought the J. M. Conrad the tips ot the leaves and project slender TOBACCO AND CIOARS >
organized in this section of the silken threads from the spinnerets
contract naval surgeons. between his people and his next town country with O. J. Dillard superintendent grove and ha moved in the Ujnto at the ends of their bodies.. Before -DRY GOODS u__u SHOES u 'u HATS' ,, ETC._ ETC.-

neighbors ought to be carried to the and known at his suggestion as and 1s busy painting and :Axing it np very long the air near the ground becoming Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all fin!' ,
There is one compensating: Highest point of Pike'. Peak'n Colorado tbe Spring Grove Union Sunday and will soon have a nice! neat home to heated ascends and carries. op class Groceries for table.
SchooL your '
advantage. If Henry Watterson aDd his bead turned downward and bit enjoy Mr. B's. health ba improved a the silken threads with It. Still the
When first Country Produce
the church was bunt at Bought. A First-class Meat Market In ConnaxUaal
goes to the Senate, he will don heel struck with forked lightning until Emporia Mr. Dillard was one of the great since be came South. little creatures hold on and pour oat '

lot to make the Congressional bade freeze O1'er.CauD'1' most liberal contributor When the Mir Coaby from North Hampton silk till each has some eight or ten Orden receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find my piks'
feet of line as low as the lowest.
cemetery bought Mr. rising almost perpendicu Give me a calL
property was
Judge Lee McCrory of De- Mass, U spending some time with her
Record a readable publication. Dillards name wa again among the larly Into the air above It.
Land passed through this place Saturday ,aunt Mra H. A.
Wright and
first. they are At last they let go and rise Into the
Russian dispatches to theeft'ect afternoon antonio to Seville. In the support of the churches of the going down Cto Viking to spend sometime air themselves each at the extremity

Judge McCrory la a prominent democrat neighborhood be is always among the with Mr. Wright where be is en- of Its own thread. In this way they I KLICKER 1 f
Navy Department RROtt
a faultiest officer and a lawyer of first.Saying that Mr. Dillard gaged in putting up fruit. are carried upward, perhaps' for many ;
grafters there bad stolen a whole marked ability and an AJuaader H. did these Mr. B. B. hundreds of feet till at last they meet --- -- - l'I
things does not exclude Mrs. Dillard Spronl of Dajkin, Neb,
fleet of torpedo boat.would indicate Stephen mulligan guard of the ,a current of *!r marten_ .i.,_i..i......._. ;
registered for these two were so truly made one baa visited his slater firs E. Ely of DeI -- ----- ---.J Merchant Tailors
plumb line size. that it would be I and by this they are carried often for
impossible to thateither
that they are a pretty swift say Land and his brothers B J. and C. B. miles ;I ,
many while
did this or did that without including they can always II
lot at any rate. Mr. and Mrs. H. Baombacb of Newport the other. --- -- Sprool at Bradentown, and cousin: Mrs. descend at will by the simple expe I

Ky., are the much admired winter When there is sickness: these friends Boyd Shoemaker ana nephew E. H. dient of rolling op their supporting: Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner'

If the prospective cost; of the I guests of Capt. W. H. Bill and hi*, can always be found and when a Shoemaker of Daytona a short time threads ] ,r.

Panama Canal is going to jump]I beautiful sister Mis. Margaret at their worthy person is in trouble they can and ba started from here on hip way On a warm autumn morning the air i
$100,000,000 with each fresh esti attractive Barberrilla hums Mr. and always to a be penny depended, generous on for to a help.fault, these Honest home stopping at other placee in Florida la each often sailing filled with these baby spiders night for morning noon and Suit of shades and pattern

Mrs. Banmbach to visit relatives. securely on Its own little new,
are nephew and niece two have lived an exemplary Christian
mate, it might be a good thing: silken airship. When they Suit that fit too 1
descend Suits
you Just
of their Mr. Baombacb i* a com life owing no man anything save to bushes superbly lined all through w
for trees and low plans I right,
them to stop estimating and fortaUy wealthy citizen an Influential love him. are frequently and through.
confine themselves to digging. On the day of the golden wedding The Weather. covered with their gossamer ''I Salts well made at prices right- Suits that
democrat. and walk are
a the line of equal the relative and friends gathered early' threads.-London Standard.A Wafting here. a bargain true-
rights everybody 1* his meta and were most hospitably received by Temperature for the last fourteen When you appear.

The orange market i* yet in their host and hostess in the manner days of January: !
The Hagatrom brother Carl LESSON IN
bad condition and Florida of the true old-fashtoned Southern FREE ,
growers Axel bare recently bought two most lady and gentleman. '

are holding back. until prices desirable residence track of lan"i on There was time for all to exchange 0 i Criticism to Which the Duke ef We)- KLICKER<<; BROTHERS

i get better. It is estimated that Second avenue and last week they set greetings before dinner was. announced. 3 Ai a llnatan Objected. DeLand, Flolrda
About noon a generous and well-pre Discussion of the best pronunciation
there are from a half to a million 5 acre* to young pnacb grove and in pared dinner was served during which 16-2 $* of Latin recalls to the Liverpool Poet

boxes of oranges' in the State the near future they will erect handsome many spoke of days gone by. in which 17-M W a story about the Duke of Wellington.

homes on them and when tbe Mr. and Mra. Dillard figured promi- 18-60 eo It waa about the ,_._._,_. '
yet. year 1844. and the _, -,_._, ._,
abaddow. begin to lengthen a. the were nently.all Late assembled in the afternoon on the wide the veranda guests- 11--44,,.-to 69 71 chancellor In his gorgeous robes was ti-, eC': : e::C':C':....:.e:: e::.....:-er.!;:!! _''...:.:.c-: ;-'Cf/ew :..... !!',
afternoon of hie draw
on they hope to reading the honor list r
economy and a large and very beautiful gold 21 (9 73 The listwas
There will be some in Cloudy. Rain. 0.3 in.
torn inside she of their of In
gates own tvwn cake was placed on a table on the icing 23-00 64 Cloudy.23St course Latin and Welling
appointing Gov. Magoon Secretary borne to breathe their last pore air. of which was embossed C & O. J. Dil 71 ton knew more about the handling of W THE. .

of War after Mr. Taft gets They purchased their land from Mr. lard Golden Wedding Aug. 30. 1007 4--25 63t3so brigade than about Latin quantities. I
II Axel Johnson of DeLand. Mr. I This cake was presented br Mr. and V Ice formed. Whenever the name Caroloa occurrred
out. The two are near enoughof Mrs P. )I. Higgins, of Volnsia. Mrs. 24-35 71 the duke persisted In the 1
Anderson has also bought a I 5 acre lot Higgins Mr. Dillard's pronouncing I W. C. it itNIFDWf115JOJ
the .ize for Gov. Magoon to is stepmother.After ) 87-57 78 "o" long-"Caro-lua." WATTS
from N. L. Pierson and set to peach all had been served Mr. Hea- 2*-37 08 It was at last too much ;
chair without for
use the Taft hav- one of
orchard on same avenue. cock with a few well-chosen remarks 2.-S3 73 the dons
t.y. ing it upholstered.The presented forty dollars in gold coin standing behind him. ML lean-
y Some Pierson social waked np but given by friends and collected by Capt. Average minimum, 43.2 degree. tng over be whispered "If your grace

Tuesday evening when Mr. and Mra.AlHn and Mrs F. C. Lansing.Mr. Average maximum 883 degree will excuse me. I should like to point m \ II iiiNo.
democratic primary cam- Hagatrom charmingly entertaineda Dillard's thanks were characteristic Coldest day 23th. Report. from other out that at Oxford we call that word / \
paign, soon to open in Florida, large crowd of young folk, that enJoyed of the man. In finishing he said stations placed the lowest at M deg Car-ola//"
that he had "
one reQuest to make and "Very good. said the duke. Thank ivYj
4 will be full of interest and their kind in \
excitement hospitality an This ,
t that was that all should invite him to wa probably nearer the ground you. I'll remember. Presently _
all over Florida, and elegant program of plays sang and their golden wedding. A young man. than onrs, which Is 6 ft. up. the name Jacobus, which mindful came W

candidates will be seen hustling music. Then Friday evening a crowning who had been married less than two BERLIN B. WRIGHT. his lesson be pronounced "J.c bua."of i 65 N. Boulevard f.J'
asked him if he would
went transpired at the moat delightful years promise '
Aer from one end of the State' to the ( borne of &beeUnt Price to stay to attend his Quick- thought & Again the don leaned over. 1 humbly U/ DeLand, Florida. .'
the answer came "If God wills." Marsh. ; beg your grace's pardon but that i
other, after.the, mare prominent brother at PriceriDe where a matchless There them name la 'Jacobus.
were presented to thirtyone
Mr. Reuben Marsh, one of the oldest .f
offices. bop wa indulged in. complimentary dollars in currency beside the "Hans It all." mattered Wellington \AiAi '
I to tbe Jews-harp dab and violinist, forty dollars in gold also many other and most prominent of Volusia early "7_ can't chop and chance like that! \ New stock of :
threatened useful presents from friends in differ- settlers, died at his borne, north of De- Caro-lns and i
The Chinese guitar and mandolin amateurs and then Jaco-bne" Car-olus and 'y'yW !

uprising is 'because the govern their Immense base viol so well handled. ent Mr.states.Dillard is in his seventieth year Land !last age. Sunday H* had morning been confined in an advanced to- _Jac-obus.ar to V0ur whichever own rules.you'like.U Bat Everything in the Hardware Line'y! | 'iu
yew al-
t ment to give aW.Y'lOme'Valuable I win just be dog'goned It that Powell and Mrs Dillard in her sixty-eighth
proposes his bed only a few week but had been
aggregation can't play the best music and although Mr. Dillard is seriously frail for several Carefully Selected .
railroad franchises. The going. crippled with rheumatism they enjoy years. !"
uncultured Chinese ought to good health for people of their age The funeral service were held from NOW THEN
some this learn Judge J. 8. Cade. tb popular pro- and many expressed the hope that they the home Monday Rev. J. EL Gate of 1e ALL STANDARD QQQns .r.fi
to country and preitor of the Cad & McBride store at would live to celebrate their diamond the Baptist church, this place, officialing -

bow meekly really civilized people this Place. i. preparing himself to begarbed wedding. '. J. F. Allen & Co., undertakers, You Need Some Fruit .
Late in the afternoon all started
; put tip' with that sort ,of in the fatigue journeying Uniform home and doubtless there 'were' few burial at Bethel cemetery and a large Trees on Your Lot. Builders Material #
thing. of miuwMnrv tA tMMfc.litfiw ftfi..* frf*. who did home number of friend and citizens Doors Sash Blinds
: not go feeling that they were In Having bought the business and nur ,
fop bretbereo of Voltuls lodge Ho. 77atBarbervin had spent a profitable as well a* a attendance to par this last mark of respect sery stock of E H. Hayward a clean,

K Mr. Hngbes keeps on 'minding B* will lie pleased to pleasant day. to one who had long been a good healthy lot of young tree, I offer budded w Plumbing Supplies, etc. Carried t rw

'bli:own basiness as governor of'N.YorkjUlt' ocenpv a bllDd-......* ream ration seat A Friend. and honored citizen ot Volnsia C01IDt,.. and other and grafted trait. citrus pecan, peacb .a ,
tree of
ski though he did upon tb*barrlcan deck of the royal JogaloonmotorraobUlyfoat Su-- Be leave a large family and hundred varieties, at reasonable popular prices. and fine m :'

to study the of friends throughout the county to Call on me at my boos in DeLand WANT to ; ;
not whether he ever you visit New "
care was floor-walksr'asCTcr cross ventriloquist mourn his loss. or writ for what you want for delivery 7f my Store: inspect my fine
President of .the' United State. examination and greasy pole ....... Mr. Harsh bad been a resident of this la November Decembr or January. Ai i pi line and get my prices. I .m here to please YOU,
Some real winter
y1. .'or oot.". Possibly this is 's new Tb following gentlemen ar*the gallant latter part of last week weather but no struck damage n* county for many many years, and for ALFRED HOWARD. Vi and my efl'ort.l1ave been directed to that end. .I Tr I' !

**wayf of>c playing"politic, ADd office of this dandy lodge for the don yean was the largest cattle owner of Michigan ATS. DeLand. Vi know the wants of the people* of DeLand ;
*ill .
...._ '_ _. .. ., goods carrjed
current W. H. ..... .. )
year: Hill W. M.; & pw."c. ui M uMb LUI by a General Hardware
| then ftjpsin; possibly it is honesty..eso an.gmsea iji fityj, v v.__ __
Mr.J. A. Erlekaon the .. ... "L
mode ..
E, ..-. Sr. W.; W. B. Terser, Jr. ; man estate. In cattle and real estate. Notice to Non-Resident -----, '--- WT7 "II"ID. .
,rWe .. little of,that,in''poli of Doled in ii
wa town latter
w.; CL O. Player. -) W. B. Baker part H* war living In Volnsia daring the I (

lia tics that it..is bard, to,recognize Seo'y.; B. If,Ward. Br. D t O.A.Baker last week.Mra. war., and when first settling In this la of Circuit Court Seventh Judicial grout W.

.... .the Jr.D.I J. W. Mlnshew Tylor.' Whoop- w. O. Mar and daughter Miss county there were only a hundred or. IDCbry.Ferku la and for Yokels' County, \a> C. ,WATTSThe .

**T';:It 1. Home Coming pee ob ye*. hurrah for Jim Gad Owen paid DeLand a visit Wednesdayof two population. Enuaalln 8.Heath IV I :

I''Week{ at DeLand next t; 'month this week.Dodge vs '
A report of the Inquire of tb* wild George Lincoln Heath)

IV' .:-will bring many former settlers Wee babble a committeeOTganixedbar J. Lee MoCror)'. of DsLand ANN. CEMENTS ,To George Lincoln Heaths SI SlSI:>I SlSli3 I.

1I r' ;;among n*for at least a visit any- with Judge "J. J:. anfe deputy warn down Saturday afternoon last on FOB BHEBirr. To.eherby required 10 appear it ;
ibariir J. G Gad official bush... the bib of _plalal 'led Lenin
at the bead with the acaIul
Ii Iil I ;' .7.'iThel''wJ11.laU: ; be given a To, u* Democratic '"'Voter ot Vomits TOG la the above.'Uled cause oa ee before
following: named below probed theaeeuisdun Mia Cade the fd day 01 Mei .
r and" j'a', Mary of Pierson, spent CountytI cb 100tL
Oyal'-l'weJeo .. a ,heartiy
( ; i of harness cutting brick and first of this week In town hereby announce myself a candidate TIle Voluala County BoIcoI'cI18 hereby d.. Record
trust of her
"" blMke. will tut.bsrlffor Volnsia_., fpatlld .a the is superblj ,
y. In .
Many see greatwhich" land delusion to the friend Mir Hattto ),subject. to the newspaper which this .... )
1 qDJc'JuUWDf4&y. Braddoek.. action of tile UemooraUo pnoa..,. If etas der.ball be published sees a week for roar ,
a have taken'pl c. They took the matter up like published Quit a few from here attended led, I pledge myself: to impartially. emote eon.eoutiveweeks ( .

it+, ', .,lf they left a., and they will ta tb. Seville Item* in the Volnda dance In Crescent City Thursday night the, the aAlraof laws of the the once county 10 ,U and* veer to oowiuot bssttofaivaMIIty. Ute Laad Witness,.Fla ,DIY this had 80IIa and.e.lofodfesuDe.day of "UlU'J''.sate equipped to, ,turn' out uptt

>rn to the prettiest town in Oaaty'R.oar4' lastauek and theyIhaeottgblr learBMUJ' ,
u jH0w and ODe at Mr. Henry Flic* near Pler- request the support of 8AM'L D. JOBDA
I Ia ha.Ppa sera Friday night i all voter at the;primary.LfX Visit Ctrouit Ooar& Vetaws toaa.: .,. na. date t

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. . . .. . . .,' ','" . H. . 1008 Valentines at Brill's. "M Brld '. Market" for fine outs of cxxa&Bata&gamxy, .

Orange wood souvenirs and noveltiesat meat. Phone 8. .
'. .
", ; tl the Studio Shop .; ,I( Is a fact that DeLand is crowded .. : '

The real estate men have been busy with tourists this winter. \\JUST NOW\\ ;' i : v

DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE this winter at DeLand. Attend the fine Concert to be given at .

Prof. J. Willla Weatlake was in town the University Auditorium tonight '' 6

from Lake Helen the first of the week. Mrs. Orm arrived from Kentucky the .
Get your Valentines at Bateson's latter part of the week, and Is stoppingat Maybe an extra pair Trousers, of I a'

Curio and you will have something The Waverly for the balance of the

Greatest Reduction on Ladies' ApparelThis choice season. the right t kind would help things along;: it
For Rent-Seaside Cottages, fnlly
Tireless Cookers just
., New lot of ar .
rived at J. F. Allen & Go's. Furniture furnished, three to fourteen rooms. lAD happens so often that the trousers,, ..getting"the .
Season. Store. conveniences By week or lBa on. U.
hardest wear give out before ,the coat
Mr. G. A. Powell returned the latter L. K., Seabreeze, Fla. 4
part of the week" from a visit to the old Beginning February tat, the undersigned and vest. "
will sell for cash, and will
North State home. only
Ladies'' Silk Mercerized Satteen and Heatherbloom Underskirts. make no charges upon our books. The
You can have address burnt on a
: ItS. cocoanut in the native shell and sent cash system will be absolutely enforced. A good pair of trousers now will give' you 'a

$6.50. now $4:89: $5.00 now $4.39 $3.00 now $2.49 home by mail at Bateson's Curio.G. Marsh Brothers it for
new-suit effect and
S. \ A. Dreka & Co. have the finest Hon. E. W. Bond of this county is a ; you can get : very

,)?i: "' 12.50 now 1.98 2.00 now 1.48 1.00 now 78Ladies' line of men's, women's and children them. democrat to see chosen whom as one The of Record Florida's wold delegates like little money. These Hart Schaffner & Marx\\
shoes in town. Come and see

..r.. On artistic cards. Mr. and Mrs. T. names to the the next Denver President Convention of the United which trousers are especially good; they make up .

Edward Fitzgerald of Daytona, an- States, .
Outer Skirts nounce the arrival of a fine son at their short lengths of suit fabrics --- not enough
.. Mr. Fred Hagstrom, one of the '
Ie home. promising and enterprising young men for a suit --- into extra trousers; very fine .
t $8.00 now $6.49 $7.50 now $6.00 $6.50 now $4.98 That was a pretty white frost we had of Pierson, .was a pleasant caller on
last Saturday morning but no damage The Record the first of the week. He goods; all wool; made in the perfect Hart

E I: 5.00 now 4.19 4.50 now 3.62 4.00 now 3.49 was done to the truck gardens about was in New York all last summer and Schaffner & Marx
the city. is spending the winter with his parents

An automobile party, consisting of MR and Mr,. Gus Hagstrom of Pierson.Dr. .

3.50 now 2.98 3.00 now 2.25 2.75 now 2.19 guests of The College Arms, made the Hilts missed connection, and did We can show you something that will go

and back the first of
trip Daytona
. not reach DeLand last Saturday to
. the week. well with your coat and vest. : : : :
Ladies' Silk and Net Black Blue Pink and Ecru Waists. lecture at the University Auditorium
Rev and Mrs. Frank J. Longdon are that night but there was a large crowd

here from Chicago, visiting/ DeLand there Monday night to see him and to
Trousers .
,W' $3.50 now $2.98 $4.00 now $3.19 $5.00 now $3.98 friends. and the at father Daytona and Beach.It mother. ofMrs. enjoy his magnificent lecture. Dr. Trousers $5 $6 $8 .
H !v, Longdon Hillis Is one of the greatest men of the

is a boon to the suffering to have a present generation, and it was a great
r' $6.00 now 4.98 $7.00 now $5.19 reliable truss house in our community. treat for DeLand people to have the

h '" : Those in need of trusses will do well to opportunity to hear him He spokefor I \Iv.M. FOUNTAIN I

..ep.1; read W.A. Allen&Co's advertisement.! two hours, never repeating himself. _

;iLadies' White Linen Tailored Waists Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l White, who have Mrs. G. A. Lawrence, who has been

.. been at St. Augustine\: since coming ill at her home at this place for a long .
=, was $3.50 now $2.98 South In December are again at The time, died ot cancer last Saturday, and
M College Arms, to remain until the hotel on :Monday! accompanied by her daughters

.r. closes in April. the Misses Lawrence, her remains Fine famished dwelling on Howry Card of Thanks.

The music department of the Wo were shipped by J. F. Allen & Co., Ave. Special bargain if sold in Febru We wish to express our deep appreciation -

E Ladies' Madras, Mercerized and .. 'Club will give a very enjoyable funeral directors, to the Brooklyn, N. ary. Apply to Silaa B. Wright, agent. of the many tender acts of kindness
Y., home for burial, a funeral service shown by friend and sympathy extended -
= concert at the University in the illness and death of little
Satteen Waists was 50c and 65c now 39c tonight, an entertainment that you will being held at the home the hour pre- Winnemissett Tree 37. Macklyn.

...' enjoy if you go. ceding the departure of the train Last A tribe of Improved Order of Red MR. and MRS. A. F. DREKA.
. Mrs L. located at DeLand
r An Interesting meeting of the Child vear permanently Men was organized in this city Tuesday
here from Sorento, Or-
Study Club was held In the kinder coming night Jan. 28, '08, with about thirty FOR SALEA
E ; Ladies' Long and Short Coats. garten room, DeLand Hall, yesterday ange county.Mr. charter members.

'"if afternoon. Prof. Morse discussed Lee Morris-of this place, formally The following: list of officers was avenue.new dwelling Shelled house street,on three Minnesota blocks

$ 6.00 now $4.89 $10.00 now $ 7.25 cbildrens' music. announces his candidacy for the officeof elected: from University. Eight large rooms,
Fsk Miss Ella Hambrick returned Saturday sheriff elsewhere in The Record J. E. Alexander, Sachem; M. F. Barton bath room, plenty of verandas, fine fire-
; Mr. :Morris! has been a resident of De- !Senior Sagamore J. A. Erickson, places, electric lights, hot water tank,
12.50 now 9.89 18.00 now14.25 from a six months' sojourn at her ; and best sanitary plumbing. Titles perfect -
Laud for the ,
former home at Kansas City: and is past twenty years was a Junior Sagamore; J A. Douglas, Prophet Price $3,000 if sold within 80
again occupying her DeLand home on deputy sheriff under the late Sheriff ; G. L. Hord, Chief of Records; Lee days. S. B WILSON,
r Kurtz, and a U. S. Deputy Marshal Morris, Keeper of Wampum; G. L. DeLand, Fla.
East New York Ave.
Ladies' Cravenette Raincoats.
during Cleveland's administration; fiord Collector of Wampum; W. W.
I Dr. R. Goldstein, the flue optican so ha is not without experience for the Alcott. M. G. Rowe. L. L. Morgan, The Marsh Market. \
' from Tampa, boa been at the PutnamInn high office of sheriff of Volusia county. Trustees L.. B Hord warn appointedFirst
! $6.50 now $4.89 $9.00 now $7.25 $10.00 now $7.75 this week, filling a professional ap- He la an honorable and enterprising Sannap; ; Harry Morris, Guard of If you want the choicest cuts of Meats
orders with The beet of
t pointment. He and his brother have Wigwam; E. T. Wilmot, Guard ofForest. eave your us.
citizen of this and Is
county competentto Beef, Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
fine offices at Tampa. discharge the duties of the office to Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak, ,

Gould Brothers are getting out their which he aspires. He has many staunch fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon,
: Groceries eto Courteous attention and prompt
; Staple and Fancy winter bulletin, which will have a wide democratic friends over the county, and DR. S. R.LOVEOSTEOPATH delivery.

circulation, ana invite all who have especially at DeLond, who are urging Marsh Bros.
K Ka+ Florida Realty to sell to )list their him to make the race for sheriff, assuring

property. There is no expense in listing.At him of their constant and earnest QradMU AXEKICAN SCHOOL or OSTEOPATH

Hay, Grain, Orange Box Material and Wraps l lt the Methodist Annual Conference, support before the coming primary.Mr KlrkMllle,Mo. ,
Morris will campaign In every precinct 60 New York Ave. Opposite College Arms
held at Jacksonville last week, Dr. of the county in behalf of his Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 3 to 0
Harkuess was returned to the work at p. m., or by appointment.OSTEOPATHY .
candidacy, meeting the democrats, and r
o DeLand, to the pleasure of the membersof
CO.T assuring the people that if elected he
G. A. Dreka & his church and of the citizens gener
t Noe .1 ally.All servant.will do his duty at all times as their

the boarding houses of DeLand ..
J. R of the
fine business, better than Dr. Moseley graduate .h
are doing a Mrs. J. E. Stillman Entertains at Kirk-gville School of Osteopathy, Under I
K.. . . . I I tt+1+ I. I I I I' . . Itit ++++-. + MMMM, + they did a year ago. The College Arms Cards. the founder of the Science.
and the Putnam Inn have"more guests Office-The first floor of the Carrollton -

than for the corresponding date last This week in society was very Hotel, over G. A, Dreka & Co.'s
dry goods storeHours
LOCAL SYNOPSIS.THE winter. pleasantly opened by a lovely progrea -9 to 12:30: and 1:30: to 5, or by
i Mr. and Mrs. (Jhaa. H Camptell, and slve euchre party given by Mrs. JohnE. appointment. Phone 188.

0 Yes There ARE Mrs. Campbell's sister, and several Stillman to her guest, Mrs. M. L.
IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF friends, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gels- Lyman, who has been visiting her for If you want a nice Homethat's

tta lea. THE PAST WEEK. fdrined pleasant automobile the past week.
singer a
it hen let
party to Daytona Beach last Sunday, The cosy home of the hostess on West A FEW RARE BARGAINSNo. a bargain, us

Loral and So..l.ty Xt.mi for th. F'opl". covering the distance in leas than an Cervantes street was prettily arrangedFor show you. We have them with
Trusses and TRUSSES. We hour. the affair quantities of violets and shade trees also '
J .. ,
Pp r--Brief Mention of Foeta with
other flowers, interspersed ferns
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Felt were at the 311-Five-acre Orange Good
naed. Trees.
n by our Report. being among Orange
kind county seat from Emporla the first of Grove, in town, with good
can supply any you About forty guests were present and bouse, one-bait of
Wade, the tuner, Orlando. the week. Major Felt has about 8,000 euchre until half after five investments.Let .
was played grove bearing, rest young,
Dr Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. boxes of oranges yet to ship from his counted but all well cared for and
wish but it PAYS to buy the o'clock when the score was $2 500) us show Orange
New Valentine postal cards at Brill' fine grove at Emporla. Quite a per and refreshments, consisting of a delicious in healtny condition",...,. J you
cent of the number is ot the Hart's Late salad course were served. The No. 208-Ten acres of rich Groves before the Trees
BEST from point of view. Buy your beet girl a Valentine atBrill' land near Lake Helen, six
any .. variety. first prize was won by Mre. Gus Eltzen, bloom again.
in Orange
acres bearing ( (
The Hayward Real Estate Agency arid the consolation by Mrs. E. W.Dnvia $1 1 I 000
Grove, some grapefruit ,
100 cans 15o string beans at Halsey'a
Come in and talk it over. effected sale of the Thornton propertya of Fishervllle.Mra. .
for 9o this week only. few days ago to Mr. T. A. Tillinghast Lymnn has a number of friends No. 154-Forty acres of good
Our note-paper at 20o a box is going from Connecticut. Mr. Tillinghast has and acquaintances in the city, who land, with 830 bearingange (1t- Have bargains in Lots.
Trees, all In good con- C1 ORfl
FITTING FREE task The Studio Shop. already begun improvements on this were delighted with the pleasant afternoon dition ... ........ "....... ,LiJNo. the k
Insure in
Mr. J. P. Mace waa a Lake Helen property and will have a very pretty spent at the hospitable home of
-------------------- 101-A !good farm proposition
visitor. to DeLand Tue daTo place when through. Mrs. Stillman.-Pensacola. Journal. ; 67 acres of land Etna of Hartford.

Prompt attention given your orders at Parties who have truck gardens and north of town, six or eight
ALLEN'S DRUG STORENext "McBride' Market." Phone 8. Annual Meeting.The acres in pine timber; about -
costly lawns about the city are constantly drained
of rich
annual meeting of the Executive ten acres ?
the Postotlice Mr. R. P. Walters spent the first of complaining about cattle and Board of the Colored People's Forward land for gardening; some E. H. HAYWARD
to the week at Oateen on bn iDeas. horses running at large at night and Movement, will be held at the home of fencing; in a settled neigh. $700

DeLand : :. : : : :. Florida Mr. J. E. Tuten of Jasper has been making serious and lawns.depredations The upon authoritiesare these Mrs 11th at Geo.8 p E.m.Davis All,members on Tuesday are,urgedto Feb. boyhood Real Estate and InsuranceNo.

visiting. his brother Mr. D. B. Tnten. gardens city be present aa business of Importanceis j
for relief from DeLand
being appealed to 37
Agents for Orange City Water. Your teacher will appreciate a nice to come before the Board.
Valentine. Brill has them from lo up. this destruction. MARION POWELL CARSON, Gould Brothers, Agts.- S. Boulevard Pla.

Dr. Goldstein of Tampa Is still with Secy.
County Solicitor Perkins at Orlando
was .
as, and has decided to remain until t p
week. on professional business this next Sunday. Feb. 2nd, and can be con The Melrose. r ::::.::::::--::: :-.::-.......-.-.-.-.::.::..::.::::::::::::::.::::::.::.::::::.-.::::::::::::-. tN

sulted at the Putnam Inn. If your eyes Melrose Hotel Is right in line,
Get a Lucky Swasti'ca Pin at Bate need attention, don't hesitate, but call Uueata of culture and refine
son's Curio, and your trouble. will be and see him and get glasses fitted to Flocking in from day to day, SATISFIED '
'Till there's hardly room to stay I 1
J. FrALLEN. & CO. over. them, which will not only make you

: Try our home made bologna and pure see, but also strengthen. your eyes. From those Northern cities great.
farm sanaape, "McBrlde's Market. Satisfaction guaranteed. Full of business, up to date. : It' a pleasure to have your or- j I
Furniture House of Volusia County. Phone 8.judge. Thought they had no time to play, : !i ii
Leading Tax Collector Perkins Smith will, 'Till they struck fair Florida. der for GROCERIES delivered
laDro: Isaac A. Stewart was at Or. ,' close his books at his office at the courthouse Here we are now full of cheer i promptly and to contain just exactly !
legal business the middle of
today. In future you will find No whiskey shops no lager beer : what you ordered.' We
"DRO'P IN"and the week. him at his office at New Smyrna, if you Sunday laws are well Obeerved, A 9 '
The time fur church 1 is well conserved. make these two points paramount
Lagrlppe has held a pretty firm grip have not already settled for your State:
upon many of our citizen daring the and county taxes. The law requireshim From Boston. York and Cleveland too. in our business, together with

.; ..f, see our Newest past month.Dr. to keep his books open at the court Buffalo swells and Washington dudes, cr Groceries of Tj
:': house during the month of January, Married men with all their care. 14-
R. J. Canon baa returned from
as a bear.; j
Single men aa cross
Styles. in: Parlor and Mississippi, where he passed the holidays and he has been here since the first. ._ THE BEST QUALITY
But all the guests look up with a know.
Room fur- with a son. ,People who are buying homes at De- ing smile 1 of coarse Give us a little trial
Dining Mn. I Dangharty is over from Dayton Land, and have varde, should follow When they reach the porch of. this II order and be Convinced.

Peach visiting her daughter Mrs. the commendable example set by Mr. domicile,

.niture... :k ; Charles M. Kurtx. W. H.and Gelssinger vacant,lots in planting all the varieties in your Come Forget Inside their and sorrows let it and rain.their pain; IN order to secure your patronage, we* are offering the moat.

The winter term up at Stetson is ahnmbterlota of yards the citrus family. The different varieties Widows cheerful, foving to know complete line of good things to eat that you will find,in, i'

of new students and of the.orange, .the grapefruit Looking for someone, don'I who; the city. Our assortment 'ij is complete and brand. the be.t ;
I they are still coming. Maidens with such style and air
t Phoae'to.62J'F.'ALLEN: & CO. DeLand. Fla.190BR I New and prettiest line of lace and the tangerine, kumquat, ak!. You Would take the first at tbs county fair.: packed. We handle all green vegetables in season. We

should ee the improvement, In thisp.rtioalar'Mr. have added Ferris' celebrated flame and Breakfast Bacon. m
embroideries ever heretolore carried Oames of cards come right In play, ..
G. A. Dreka & Co. Phone 77. Gelasinger has made to Songs and music every.day. Try a Ferri. square put up in 2-pound .paper boxes.. Give usa M1'
his lot at bit winter home on east New Outside sports are) all the go-
I The County Commissioners and the York Ave. Some of the orange trees Mostly for the swell ;you know. trial and be convinced. .' .' '""V" .". ., '"
Ll/E'S/ 1908 School Board bold regular business) sessions planted are large and will be yielding J
if in class
Now you think you are our Yoar.for.bu.ine"1 '. ;
here next Monday and ,
Tuesday.A of fruit In a couple of winters. If
crops Put the best side out and I think you Has. .... rl
Mr. Brill begs to say that ha has just received. tb. most beautiful and variedrawbsanty great lot of Valentine at Bateaon's. very vacant lot about the city was Phone 79, >A. H. WOODAJLt :
etooll of ValntlDee OD noord. 'hDY of tb_ 'are orljlSDal and cannot M dopIic.t.d. Carlo. Some real novelties yon will thai treated. what a change in a1>pea,. The landlord is a jolly t man- .
The celebrated Beater Po.W Card. for .. .. :8 I for Go. A180 s full not ''findelsewhare.! .' .Our Valentine anoe would .give to 'many' homes of No better boose in DeLaud.[ ..... "
Brown ......_.. ... .::'
tin.of Oomloal sad 6.A .ome of .theINr being objeote of ":' ---- ----;-------- .-
the real DoLand. W;B..l .. ,
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; So Tired If You Want the BEST ORANGE WRAPS, Ask for In Notice the Circuit Circuit to Court of Worlds-In Non-R ofths Seventh.a1Mlo.for.sid Judicial nt. ,, Ami A WI11O COAST m'l; 'l

: It Maty be Irons i._-_"*. Wttbo C. B. Van Demand Volute Company County,1s ;F jjJJjJfflirIU! RA.I

ctaace.t. IU tram u ta- corporation o.gaa"-"tu" I
existing under.tbe laws oil '
I .cUr. UVER i- Nk1E1)APt the uuts of Florid. f : =Goes Everywhere
With well conducted UVER A.H.Kyland. ) i :

MM) can do --. $olUbocwttfcoJt :? $ 41hiC To A. H. Ryland, antI All Whom U.May = ( ast West

fattgM.tt : : : :. You Concern are' hereby I : notllle4 oUa&,a sulfcbr 'jfortlp\ Souti?, ,

adds a 1a88tlred per cert to # garnishment has been ID.titUtedby C. B. Ii
r cat
.. .l. capacity. ; i :F. .5 Van Deman Company: ,a corporation under
COM r K ; the laws, of Florida. against you In the Clr.outt -
!5 5. Judicial Circuit -I
U .a 4 Court of the Seventh
It caa..kept Is bosltktulacdoby. .) ; : of Florida, In and for Tolusla county, and PULLMAN SERVICE
.sad oaIJ'.7TbWsPills 41 1/ tbat I 8.! V. Hough! and R. M. )Bond oo-part- THROUCH
: .* 0 ners doing bualneas as Hongb ,have "
as C been garnisheed by plalatlff In said canes ON ALL TRAINS ;

; 1- You: and all other perw<>Interested In saidecu. i :.
to said action
.are required to appear --
atro .' .sr _ 4 00 or before the 2d lay of March A. D. 1 ;

: r -' 11 a : nil against IOO(Seal i otherwise)you by dsgAD.ajudgraent will. JORDAN be rendered i. CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER .r

.z1 e aU' Clerk of said Court.B '
K P. H&MLIN, P. O. :
r TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ; ; It KAY, DOGQBTT & SMITH, For detailed Information, schedules, rates and reservations, ;&

,, 1 ? 4,. Attorneys for PlaintiffGuardian's 5 your nearest Ticket Agent or write or call on
j LYDIA DARRACH. Atlantic Coast Line R. R., UeLand, Fla., I
l : ; : E. L. POWE, Ticket Ageut or r
Loxleyu House, Philadelphia, Where8he 11 ii ;i Notice.Notice 5 FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Trav. Pas. Agt. A. O. L. I Jaok8onvtlei, Fu ''
One of th> Played. favorite Eaveedropper.stories connected t ri I T : j'r _y.d._M.rrl_ gusrdianofJ.Is berebv given Clarkson tbat tbe and undersigned Bai .* A. W.FBITOT, Division Passenger Agent A. U. L. ) ":

., of lie Clarkson, minor heirs of Evelyn Q.Blane 3&M-M . . ....**............*** .... I':
with the Revolution is tbei, tale) .. deceased will on Saturday Feb. I, & M....M***... ... ..**...****** *

Lydlau: Darrach's patriotism, which Use 1008, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m., or as :
Best and most economical to noon thereafter. he olin be beard, apply .
like other of similar Import, has kcIt
story. to the Hon. J. Lee McCrorv, Judge of the COAStBATLWAT?
been discredited by the dlscrlmlnatlnihistorian. County Judge's Court,of Volusia County, FLORIDA EAST
I Notwithstanding the cold LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN RED. Florida,at his offlce In the Court House in .

f doncbe: thrown upon the tradition: It remain ." " "" ,,,,,...,,. sell DeLand at private in said sale county the following, for authority described to LOCALTIMB CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1908

popular .wlt .11 who know It. R. S. MALEY Daytona real estate, the property of said minors to-
No. 78 No.
For Sale by Q. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand wit Alt that lot. piece or parcel of land No. 99 No. No. Z9 STATIONS. JJ No. 95
The house where the famous eavesdropping Pally
, lying and being In the city of DeLand, Dally Pally Pally Daily
\ on the part: of the Quakeress IRELAND & McCALU New Smyrna county of Volusia and state of Florida. d... aii'dO .......... .. .\\ll.l-r 780 pm 140 pm Rim
is. well known._ scribed as a part of lot ti In block 10 ol D D.Rotters' soo I'm 1000 2O.m am &...........BL"' Augustine...........Lv 820 pm lao I'm 7111011pm .. ...
took not
place so Ino U 00 sin II!
I'm ... ..... 646
survey and map of DeLand on file 925am Lv...........Eaat '. : ... .Lv 118 pm pm 611..
( Those who ,have heard or read.the in tbe office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court 1161lpm She 126 pm in .&........... Ormond..Lv. N..M...... 40& pin '
._ Lv U1l 866 4If..
__._ pm 1'10
tory.of Mrs. Darrach hardly need to License Notice. of Volusia county .Florida located In the CI 02 am 186 pm 11 011.10 ,............ .....'......... S07 pm .844 1'10 4111..
be Informed that she and her husband Dog Tags. Notice of Final DischargeNotice southwest quarter of section 9.township 11 11lH am U5 pm Cloon'o till am ........... ........... 280 pm 817 plO 146..
lived In what was called,the LoaJey The undersigned Is in receipt of dog!! Notice la hereby given that six months south range 30 east, being tbe west B1X) 1166 am 8n 1211 pm tl1l pm ............. .. ............. 111l pm 118 pm I 50 is239am .q j
I68.m pm .. ... ............. 1227
licence tags for 1008, and all owners 01- after date. tonrit: on tbe 2iJ! day 01 June feet of said lot 0. reserving tbe west164 81i5pm 1l00pm ............ pm 11171'm 140.
at tbe southeast 1154
LJttto house Dock once and Second streets.corner' Little dogs within the city limits are hereby;: A D luot, the undersigned admlnlatratrlsof Is bereby given that the ol under.algned John. leet thereof" from for the street north purposes end thereof. and also sll =:==:: 288 247 pm: Lv..Meibourfl:...:....:.: .:::::::::::.Lv 1141 am am ::--' J.I112.m
administrator of the estate reserving pm
the tbe estate ol Wm. H. Byne will present 1188 PIO 1I'14pa-
notified to call on me and secure Lv..........FortPlerce..L..IOOO.m
tOo 4110
which deceased,wIll. the let day of that lies north of s line parallel to and 110 pm pm :
the on
Dock was thoroughfare runs The her anal accounts to tbe Hon. County Judge Uaugbertv. Ar..W.&P.1m Be.ob..Lv 740.m 1146.m lillOI'll T"
tags and to pay the 1908 tax. his final account feet south of the center of the track ol the 715.m 766 plO 866 pm 780 1187.m Sto ,,:.i.
In southwestern direction from Dock of Volusia County Ha. and ask lor a Seal July A. D. 1908, present Am..Royal poinciana..Lv ate pa ;
a ordinance in reference to the dog tag lrcbnrEe such adminlatratrlx. to tile County Judge ol Volusia DeLsnd Branch Railway. at present located > 725 am sos pm 718 7011 pm ............. ................... 72S.m 982 am1015am 8401'11 \
aa 811l
street to Second street The ground license will be strictly enforced by order Thiafleo.20liiOl. MIRIAM BYNE.Admlnstratrlx.. Florida,and ask for a final Countf'l across said lot 6. 788 am 1026pm pm 1010pm pm Am,............. ...............Lv 450am 715am 800 I'll
upon which,the ,loxley house stood of tbe City Council, and all dogs not J ?'T' f O. E. BLANE.Ouar .......... .......... ate am .. ............. Ar.8RpiB 'I.
was acquired by Benjamin Loxley, a wearing a tag will be promptly Killed Aiim luistrator. This Jan. 1, 1908. Sallie Clarkson minor heirs of
well to do who owned I
carpenter practlcally !
DeLand Evelyn O. BlaDe, deceased.'Elastic" PALATKA1PHNIV3DI.AB BRANCH
a whole square In this vicinity. Marshal of Guardian's Notice. -

from George Clymer; In April, 1750,and ollce Is hereby given that the Leave Last EAST PALATKA I Arrive I Leave I PALATKA TO A AT

the queer little house was erected lin ESTABLISHED 1868. signed guardian oft be estate ol untle.// Paiatkal.TO PALATKA P.I.tlca! IPai.I EAST PAATKA1 \,

mediately. It was a speculation, fur olas and James Nicholas, minors 1120.m ........No.48 DaIly..I 140am I I 646.m I........:: 47 EU ........ ORsiSR :

t there Is nothing to show that.the owner A. F. YOUNG & CO. the Cowty 24th Judge day< of of February V..luaia, l County Ott, apply, Florida, J am ........No o. 48 80 DaIly.DaIly..I: .""".I 96 am an I I I IIIR Ste sin am ::::::::No: it 49 D.IlY:::::::: 1160.SRsi556am Wi

ever lived there. for an order tosell: the one-sI-xth undivided I 1 1206 pm: ::::::;:.N : 62 DIlY::::.::: 1226 pm I 800 pm ...:::::: : 53 16 IlaIly..I: ::::::::. Step:: : .
.... I H6pm.
The house gained Its fame from its Commission MerchantsIN ; interest of said minors In and to the north 416pm .No.64 Dilly..I 4B6pm .
' one-half of the southwest one-fourth and 610 p ........ : Daily.: .....:'!. pm: I mao pm: "::::::No. 87 D.lly..IOOOp..1100 -'"
No. 611 Dallv.
peculiar facade which was unlike anything the northwest one-fourth of tbe southeast 9l bcWric1e lot, I ..... No. Daily...... 1085 pm I 1040 901 :
In the city, and from the anecdote one-fourth ol the southwest one-fourth and SAN: MATEO BRANCH S'

which connects Mrs. Darracb ORANGES and GRAPEFRUITwily the east 6%) chains of the southwest one- l..ve I I Arrlv. I I i..ave I SAN MATEO TO Amer-s
fourth of the aou'bwest one-fourth all In EAST PALATKA "
with the place. The great preacher Bookcase San I I San I "
Section, Township 13 south, Banged LastPalaika! TO SAN MATEO Mate. I MatesI EAST PALATKA P.I.. ... .',',
Whltefleld to said to have addressed I ------
eBSt. and Desk combined. ........N 46 DaIly..I Silas I
.. psIly..I I 4118.m '
.. ...No.48 460.m I
the multitudes from the balcony on _ .811 am
: This January; 22nd,1908.F. ........No. 88 Daily..I S46 pm I 860.m ........No. Pt Daily..I 4105*
either his sixth seventh visit this : ;. M. NICHOLAS. U8 pm ........740. flO Daily .....lube. 'Jm
or to : Permits as much or as little sloe 9,0 ........No. 59 DaIly.... .. IIIR pm I 1180 pm '

country; -1763 or 1760. You should see MR. BUNO1CK, their Guardian book space as wanted. 28 I No.21 No.111 I No 17 I MAYPORT I No. 18 1r; 1'10.11' .OnNo. .....

The Revolution had long since been special agent, Putnam Inn, Comprises Desk Unit with _ Sun. Sun. Dilly I BRANCH I Daily 0..., I 1IolIJ -
over and most of the patriots In their DeLand, Fla.BECAUSE. Notice. few or many Book Units as Only Only i Daily .18cc. I I

graves before the tale of Mrs. Dar. desired. Roomy, convenIent _ _ loopm I 10 10 am I e re pm I SOO.m Lv..J.ckoonvllle..A.! 780.m I lot_ 600.. 051240pm

nell's bold adventure,, which Is believed Notice Is hereby given that tbe under'signed ,attractive. Call and see _ 146 pm 1l060aml 1lOS6aml 840pm S48 pm I S40.m 846amILv.At1ant1o5eb..Lvi Lv..P.blo Beach..Lv1. S60.m e4Iamlllltpmt 1219pm 4111.41lp..
to have saved Washington and his guardian of tbe estate of Virginia It or write for catalogue; 105 100 pm 1110am 700 tn coo am Ar...... Neyport..Lvi 880am I 12ooo'a I 400..

army from capture by the British be- February Kurtz, a minor A. 1>.will luu,, apply on tbe to 24th the County day of' J. F. ALLEN & CO. ____ ':h I :il: OroDP City; Brouch B No.4 I No. ii I Sanlonl Baacb llItA' ;

came known. In the first number of They are specialists In Oranges and Judge of Volusla County, Florida, at his AQENTs. ____ ________ i1zDilly I Daily !
the first volume of the American Quarterly Grapefruit office In DeLand for an order to sell tbe sls j;;; 1180.m Ii.N.w SmyrnaAr.I lOOpm I 880pm 880.m L, TituvilleAr.I lOOp
They are tbe largest dealer In the United said minor In 400pll1 1100.m IL,. LaSs. Helen 1218 pm I 80tpm 080.m AI'' Sanford Lv. P
Review,. Issued In March, 1827 Stales. one-fifth undivided interest of of block No. 12. DEi.AND, FLA. 411 pm 1120.m LLV.Orange City Lvj12O6 pm 440 pm ......... ......._......_.
the tale ,was told for the first time. They are trying to make YOUR Interest the according south half to the of Roger.lot >o.map 8 of the city of 455pm U80.m Ar. Orang. City Jo.1200n'n 480 pm .......... .................. WI

There: It to credited to "Garden's Anecdotes THEIR Interests. DeLand, volusiacounty, FloridaNETTIE ,Af P OCCIDENTAL STKAMaiIlP OOVNBOT1ONS AT MUll "e j
Their facilities are unsurpassed. [
of,:the American Revolution." They offer you the advantage of the three M. KURTZ.GuardIan Close COI: _Uoss Made st Miami With Steamships si lbs P. & 0. S.S. Co.for ot

"The author of the story In the American largest orange markets in this country-; This 24th day ol January 1903. NASSAU. HAVANA AND KEY WEST' ,...;.
New York,Boston and FIt'sburg.
Quarterly Review however must
Usually one ban to BUY oxperlenoe. ..-Th... TIME TABLES show the times a*whloh train. m 01' be expected.... i
have had access to Major Garden's They offer you the advantage of their forty Notice to Non-Resident. I '- .and deparktaon the severail atetleaal but their eirrire.or departure..the. thee. 11 I
t manuscript r',toll the story was not two years' work in tbe orange Industry for r I stated,_.atoiamawauiteed... eor doee the Company. bold itself responsible for any dlaf. 'l',
published In his book until the second be...klng.lIIr. la Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit Now is the time to order I 01' nay n..quen" arleing therefrom.For '.
the actual of Florida In and for Volusia County. I or the Loral Tleae Card
series Issued Bundlck receives by wire Copy or Other InformatloatSjEii3
was In the latter of :
part ales prices of Oranges and Grapefruit each In Chancery. 'I I a. : : nriixi n7xo3U2'x1: jatOiEiHfr.** <
the year 1828.-,-PblJadelphia Ledger. day and keeps his patrons posted on the Luther T.Graham) ".D RAHNER. Assistant Qeasral Pus. At., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA <

STORIES ,OF. TENNYSON. aale.are.market, so that they know dally what the Ella Graham vs )V I I Simon Pure No.1 1 1for -i

To Ella Grab am

Showing Some of the Odd Ways of the We wish you would You are hereby required to appear to your grove and be sure of a large crop next II
Consider the : the bill of complaint tiled herein agaln.t70U
Following Questions
Famous Poet in the above entitled cause on or before winter, All the b.:st groves use SIMON PURE John B. Stetson UniversityI :1' jl
Does tbe Commission house trust of 190!*.
In the memoirs of the late William you the 8rd day February.
"AUlngbam.: the with your fruit give you the advantage of The Volusia County Record is hereby des-. FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : :
English poet,
appear more than one market F ignited aa the newspaper in which this or-
some Interesting reminiscences of Tennyson Have they been in business long enough der shall be published onoe a week lor four
? ALUngnam's first sight of him to look out for your Interests ID all its consecutive weeks. E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla. AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICACO.. O

.. was atTwickenham, where Tennyson phases rAbove Witness my band and seal of office this .............. D1
all, have they entire sat.letaction 1901.SAWL.
given you 30th day of December, -- ,'.
was then living. He says: Soon came in the ?
past : D. JORDAN COLLEGE OF LIBERAiABTS-Standara treldootlc&l with the University '
In a_ tall broad shouldered, swarthy Clerk Circuit Court: Volusia County' aria, E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla. of Chicago

man slightly stooping with loose dark IF NOT, WHY NOT? Landds& Fish, Solicitors Complainant I L1-T. I II I COLLEGE OF LA GMduates admitted without examination In Florida. 'J
hair and beard. He wore spectaclesand COLLEGE OF TECI1NOLOUY-Eleotrloal, Mechanical and Civil En. '

WAIl.obviously very; nearsighted. ASK] MR. BUNDICK Tax Deed Under h glneerlng.COLLEGE .
for '
Notice of Application FOR TEACHERS-Five courses of study for Florida School
Hollow cheeks and the dark of
pallor Law Tuaobers. J
Section 8 of Chapter 4888
his akin gave him an unhealthy appear of Florida. PUEPJ.BATOBY ACADEMY-For Chicago Harvard. Yale Princeton,

ance. He was a strange and almost is that Tbos Jackson I USE JI1Jchlg..V..ar.
NotIce hereby given:
spectral: figure--The great man peered purchaser" of Tax erudcate No. 71. BU.BUSINESS' .COLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Banking, Bbortbanol.- Typewriting, 'iV

close at me and then shook bands cordially dated the Oth dav of June ;A. D., 18H9.\ FERTILIZERS "H't.ow F MECHANIC ARTS-Wood.and Iron V\orkln and Manual
office, and ARMOUR
has tiled said certificate In my _
with Training
yet a profound quietude for tax deed to Issue '.::
of maine!. He.waa then about forty- has In accordance application with law Said: certificate Teaohwa SCHOOL, Course.OF :MUSIC-Hano, Organ, Voice, Theory, History of Muslo, ,If'
but looked much older." described L;
one, embraces the following ,
SCHOOL OF FINE ABTS-DravIng and cii.
Painting! watercolor. pastel.
.J In.1886. AUlngbam. visited Tennyson property situated In Volusia county, Florida STETSON has 4 Colleges, 4 Teohnloal Schools.IS Buildings In Faculty! .J,

r at the letter's home, Farrlngford, In Perry'lSeeds to-wit: For Fruit Vegetable and solid courses,strong teachers,modern equipment, 10 laboratories. I museums, 'J i'
F Freshwater, Isle of Wight. One morning are the beat known and All exo:: n 130 ft of w 134 K ft of block 83, gymnasium,M classrooms,separate dormitories for both....,memorial dining 1 ,
tha raamt rellmble aeeda'afowii. Seville. nail wood and lion shops manual training Md domesUo....science auditorium iJ.-f
,. they were talking on the downs together Every peckaiiehae behind It reputation The said land being assessed at tbe date 110,000 pipe organ 13 pianos, debating clubs, lllerory societies, star lecture i
and AUlngbam said that be felt of a house whcee bualneas standards are the Field Crops. courses, Christian associations ,-
highest In the Urade.. of the I.. 'ance of such certificate In tbe general library ((16,000 .volumes), special law .(
happxy. Tennyson said gloomily. "I'm : wID"mOft FKBBto name Seville! Co. Uniesa said certificate library.enclosed athletic field running, track, tennis courts, baseball. diamond< ...
all The VrrrjISeS,, .S 4 redeemed to law football Held park-like campus, shell roads, cement waiks shrubbery and trees, .,
not at happy-very; unhappy. all.pp'-* '" u oatmUM eoiorad ptawe.. many shall be according ;
mvtnwMKt .dMorlpUonaVprtoeaiaUKld........... tax deed will Issue thereon on the 2Utb I Christian (not sectarian)-atmosphere, open to all denominations, steam beat ,
reason,as Tennyson afterward explain: ......... "__.... fl
to. Ia4Z OW 1300 Off In Volusia electric lights electric bell., fraternities
: ,
Piess -. _..ilia IOIIU. 5d,..M. day of February A. D., 1908. Following; are Agents County concerts exhibitions receptions, recitals 11
for his
ed. particular unhappiness was Witness my official :signature and seal I vespers, szojrslons, festivals. AUendaao now biggest in historY of ,
bill uncertainty regarding the condition D. M. rBMV I .........-. this the :24th day ot January A. D., 1901. Z. T. BIELBY, Deland, FloridaE. University. Generous patron) no money spared. Stetson Is for Florida< lint, (
last,and all tile time. -
and destiny of' man.; Alllngham was i
-- PATILLO & CO. For informaton catalogues,bulletins, views anil address '
anxious to photograph him on F. BARNEY, folders 'I,
'" this very visit but Tennyson positively refused Fisher Swinburne Notice of Application for Tax Deed UDder DeLeon Springs Port Orange PRE lIUENT LINCOLN HCILEY.!: A. H.,Ph.I D.,DeLand Florida. '

Section 8, Chapter 4088: Laws of .A. B. PREVATT, J. P. MACE ;
Tea make ,bags under myeyes ,
Florida Lake Helen '
: ," he said. Artistic! Painters and Seville -= ...
Notice is hereby elven that Town ol Or- BOSTROM. W. P. WILKINSON. -,"
I O.: Q.
aothar time during this visit as
At City, J'nnluulertascerUfloate No. 819.
Aningham writes, they talked of Pap r-Hangers dated lIDS. the 8th day of June 1CW7 has filed Ormond New SmyrnaGRUBERMORIUS :H
said certificate In my office, and has made HDW. CO. PUTNAM & FOWLER,
dreams., iTennyson: said: 'In my boyhood
application for tax deed to Issue In accordance Daytona Oak Hill I BOld Lumber <
I bad Intuitions of Immortality eclmpaIY ,
certificate embracesthe
with law
Latest'Deslxns and Colon la Stock.
Inexpressible! I have never been able following described property situatedin I A. T. PATILLO, .,

to express them.. I shall try some day. No. la: E. Rich Ave.' Lots Volusia 44.county 45 and Florida.4U, Btillman towitl sub of D. F. WETHEBELL Octeen O S. GLAWSON.Bawks,Plereon I Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards near ths depot,PI t-
I said that I, too. bad felt something
block 12, Orange City. Holly Hill Park I at with best cypress and:yellow pine J
of that kind, whereat Tennyson, being DeLand Fla.THENEWORAHGE The said land/being aasossod at tbe date
In ,one of bill !less amiable moods of the is growled? 'I don't believe -you have. CITY name of Btillman heirs. Unle. saidonrtifieaM I! Flooring Ceiling Mouldings- .
shall be redeemed according to ,
Too aax It oat of rivalry.: law Ux deed win, issue thereon on the 26th
: A.JUocbadetlCl1beo TeI1 S11On'.fondness day of February 1908. Shingles Laths Etc, '.

), ; foe strange antics uGh as Jumping Lunch Counter, Candy i iand Witness my official signature and seal ffFox[ ,

round and round like a pigeon and Fruit Stand this, the :24th day of .J.0.. A. D lOOt VISIBLE Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement,etc.,promptly. delivered I
"He to the only I ever saw 8AlII'LD.JORDANClerk anowhere in .
adds, person i. the city* .
Opposite the Railway Station, Circuit Court Volusia county, I
wo cau dv tile most ludicrous things ::11
will on Nov. 15 where :,
wlthoot any we* of dignity. open TYPEWRITERS
-. Quick Lunches can be had at all II :

Wanted Ike ......atl..... hours of: the day at reasonableates.j I 1
DeLand Saw and } :
'I The venerable. fanner with ui. tobacco Planing Mills & NOYelty-Wor

stained whiskers -and furrowed _ HAVE ,

brow' climbed aboard the, limited and Adjoining, Mr 'Win. Eolman J. T. OAIRNS, Propt'-J, and; Manager. r

shambled Into the smoker will open bin General Plumbing The DURABILITY of the "BASKBT" MACHINES secured by the wide "
"Mister" be drawled when the conductor and Tin Repair Shop where he typebar banger and heavy typebar, DRESSEtQ,
,baited before him, Vie that thar :
will be glad to receive your. pat-
two-cent-a-ralle-; good' on this AND ROUGH
train 7" ronage-at reasonable ratee.. 'All COMPLETE VISIBLE ,WRITINC .1UM'BEIJI,
&t 1 t.lt.a," replied tbe conductor brusqnetjj work will be done with quickness INTERCHANCEABLE CARRIACES Ceiling, Floorln ; Siding, ;

V "Wbere to your tlcketT and the best of workmanship.Saws Door Frames, Newe Posts, : I,
Filed and TABULATOR CAW WRITING ATTACHMENT? Shedding for Groves IU1 Crates awl Box speclalfl
Bet. .
.The old man fumbled In the depths Material a j
LINE INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON Contracts taken for the "
erection of
; kind
of.am auwtans;shot. bag. DETACHABLE PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT any a building .
Ain' ; got no ticket, mister." he said I DELAND
.. sJ4wlj, ,'but here be 2 cents. I neve .promptly ebialo U.a and rorelirnPATENTS

rod' *on'one
_ ,,1.Jnatswant to feel the sensation., Put, no other nas them ALL. The Fox!; stands alone as a mechanical marvel MALSBY'S MACHINERY
typewriter building.It
n. off after I've. rod. one, inJte.-Cb .
csjgo New*." She)can look oubutyoce'tloo&M5TCADC I Is the mechanical excellence of a typewriter that proves Its-. I
worth and enables U to "stand up'* as does the Fox year In and. year LiQnjr; Distance Phon574.]
c' i Bend inorAel.aiMictai or photo of li .Pudoy .MANIIeasier. out under all kinds of strain. ,
." if .un.taMllty. Forfr ML 33 Ocean Street
.. Advertised statements making general claims prove nothing, ,
c CASTOR: RAOE-MARKS PORCH SHADES Prove the Fox by a comparison In your omce at our expense Jacksonville,' J Florida-
tP ; .
Write for beautiful catalog just Issued. .
: CUlftrat, ""
arlsAjU* Md .' Portable and Statrinarjlier' ,
t,, CASNOWii We ale exclusive agents at finLand. i and BoU ra Saw M lUs Wood \WOt'I '
,:......IIMMr: rI JIIPt. for these Porch Shades. Just the thing, .OWEN 'TYPEWRITER, COMPANY asai) lug Machinery and Supplies* CoI'.
"' -,- for your verandas daring the hot sumt Pit Plet line carried; stock. LIbC.

,,, -..:.. ... ,. irirr u s pflttNT urrirE'VASHLNCTOM. mer sun. Call at our store and 313 Zack Street AM A.hFLA., terms Wlte for cata40;:"!
1. D..C. e. -
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j' P. ALLEN ft CO.
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