The Volusia County record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087347/00216
 Material Information
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: February 14, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00087347:00216
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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For many weeks the Irritable merchant _I__ .L_: : ?

bad been riveted to bis bed by STETSON ,, ,
'typhoid fever. Now be was convalesIclng. .

He clamored for something to

'eat declaring that be was starving. lIiGlAllDSAYS '
"Tomorrow you mny hove something _
'Ito eat" promised the doctor. The merchant -

realized that thcio would be n UNIVERSITYFirst HOALW'

restraint to his uppotlto. jet lie saw in 1 .
vision it modest steaming meal placed I .
, for Infants and Children. at his bedside.

: "Here Is your dinner" said the nurse IN fO'OD
" The Kind You Have Always Bong-lit baa borne the algoa-. next day as she gave' the glowering pu-

ture of Chas. II. Fletcher,and has been made under his tlent a spoonful of tapioca pudding, I

personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one "and the doctor emphasizes that everything Event In Chautauqua CourseHaydn's

to deceive you In this. Counterfeits Imitations and elso yon do must be in the same and strictly prohibits ,,

Jnat-aa-ifood" are but Experiments, and endanger the proportion." the sale of alum i

health of Children-Experience against Experiment. i Two hours later the nurse heard a I ,
frantic call from the bedchamber. "Creation" baking powder-

, The Kind You Have Always Bought "Nurse," breathed the man heavily, TonightProf. 1

"I want to do some reading. Bring me SodoesFrance '

l Signature of ,a postage stamp."-Ilaiper's Weekly.
So does Germany
Fore of a Cyolono. Orwin A. Morse, with tbs assistance the lecture platform, who so pleased

: .dj Careful estimate of the force of a of Miss Electa Gifford, the the DeLand audience Ia.t year with his The sale of alum foOds
r cyclone and the energy required to famous New York soprano, and with lecture on "The Man of Galilee" will has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Columbia
keep a hurricane lu active operation lecture on Saul: of Tarsus'1
on Friday
repeals the presence of a power that the assistance of a chorus of 79 sinners! evening. Feb 28, !: and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as

" ''In Use For Over 30 Years.professional makes the mightiest efforts of wan and an expert pipe organist and piano- A sterenptlcan lecture and entertainment injurious. To yourself| alum

... appear ns nothing lu comparison. A will to the Stetson protect against
"He .T.U. qqflfl.v. vuNEnt.T-n!&.III"Y011.. 0"'. 1st present University preceeeiled by scenes from Shakespeare ,
'II- force ellual to more than 400,000,000 and DeLand public, Hnydn's will be when
H' ., j horsepower was estimated as developed on Saturday\ eve ordering baking powder
-. In a West Indian cyclone. This oratorio of "Creation'1, tonight Friday ning, Feb. 29.

ctC1r S. VOLUHIA COUNTY ABSTRACT,,, ':greatly/ exceeds the power that could Feb. 14. There has been a large demandfor The closing Chautanqna vesper

v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE be developed by all jlie mean within seats This I is the first enteitalnment service will be held on Sunday afternoon .
the range of man's capabilities. Were of the Chantauqna course. March 1, conducted by Dr. Lincoln Sqj7pfginI"A'

:IAMBS W. PERKINS Fish, .Cary D. Landls. 'steam. water windmills mid the Professor Byron W. King, Doctor of Hulley, President of Stetson Unlveielty. BAKING

.*. President Sec y and Treas. strength of all men and animals combined Philosophy and President of King .

Mt ATTORNEY and-COUNSELORATI they could not even approach School of Oratory, Putsburg Pa, will Admission to all evening events 00 .POWDER
Titles Insured. the tremendous force of thin mighty
deliver a humorous lecture entitled cents,
LAW Abstracts furnished and titles perfected. power.Chlfiiiro: Jonm..! and be
very sure RoyaL
I Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup "All the Worl<\8 a Stage" on !Satmday! you get

_: Florida. plied. COMFORTING'WORDS. evening, Feb 15. Dr. King is one of Haydn's Oratorio, "The Creation." Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape

Will Practice In State and Federal 1 Opposite Voluala County Bank. the funniest jokers on the humorous Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole-
tat Courts It
DELAND: FLORIDA lecture platform In America. was in England that Handel, German .
by birth, received his someness of the food.
Dr. Lincoln Hnlley, President of inspirationto

.. Many a Florida Household Wll| find John B Stetson University, will conduct write the "Messiah" and it was

*!EWAKT & BLY CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR Them HO. the first of a series of three while on a visit to England that Haydn,

'ATTOflNEYS-A'T-LAW. SALf ON UIV TIIIM To have the pains and aches of a bud Chantauina\ vesper services in Stetson ,IPnivevsity's Austrian.Ln .. by.. birth., ,_was._Inspired.. to write -------,---

m! BF $10.00 to $100,00 pa 'ACRa back removed; to be entirely free from auditorium Sunday, Feb. i was ice first'"ureauon.' lu 1744 tbe Messiah At DeLand Churches. A Persevering. Traveler
| produced and
six *
Office tin Bank' Building DEL ND. annoying daneerona nrlnary disorders 10 Special programs of musio and of j I latei fifty years I A commercial traveler who Is noted

.Branch office over Postofilce, Y'l'ONA Beet Peech Secflon In the 8(.&. Is enough to make any kidney sufferer congregational! responses have been Vienna was the scene of the first Presbyterian Church for his peroevernnoe once called on a

.. A. BAKER, ) Ille, FI... grateful. To tell how tbla great change arranged production of the "Creation." Haydnwas Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp. Pastor. merchant and sent In bis card requesting ,

. .. pan be brongb about will prove comforting Professor Lorenzo D. Walden, celebrated I then sixty six years old. Both Sunday school at 9:40. Morning service : an Interview says a westernpaper. / .

q.ry D.} Undte Bert Fish words to hundreds of Florida for legerdemain and magic, Is to oratorios were the fruit of tbe mature of worship and sermon at 11 ( Happening to glnnce Into the ,

M L4HDIS & FISH W, C, CANNONS'LIYerYI readers. give an evening of magic, in which he years of the Composers, o'clook. oinre he saw the recipient tear ap his \

A, Oertinu, seaman, of 419 L. St., The subject\ of the "Creation" Is the Methodist card and throw It Into the waste paper
ATTORNEYS and" COUNSELORS- Feed and Sale Stables threatens to fool.all Stetsan Universitymen ( Episcopal Church South.
story of the creation ot the world banket. The office boy returned with
Pensocola, Fla, tells how to do It. lie according .
AT-LAW, on Monday evening Feb. 17. < Sunday school every Sunday morning
I Fine Fashionable Turnouts Bays: "From my experience with Doan's Prof. A, L. L. Suhrie. Director of the to the Pible story and Milton's at 10 a. m,; preaching 11 a. m.1 i Ep the but old he story that "Mr. B." was sorry,

PoLand, Florida Kidney Pills I can strongly recommend Paradise Lost. The work of the various worth Leall09 at 6:48 p. m I preaching could not see him. 'I
Bus meets all trains at 1C. L. Depot Stetson Normal, School and of the The
Will Practice In State and Federa Harks meet morning and Afternoon F. EO. them to anyone in need of a good inedl day, l Is taken up in order, and in it 7:30 p. m. Prayermeeting every I traveler nothing daunted re-
of Dramatic Expression who
jg Courts. trains lit Jlty I and nigh so Wednesday' night. :quested! that Mr. B. should return his
liy. Orange solos and choruses is set forth with
Special fapWttes for.examining and trains: at DeLand Junction.: I U. 8 Hal\ cine for the kidneys. Kidney complaint charmed DeLand with his presentation! H. HARRIS_ P. O. card, which of coune he had seen de-

perfecting 1 3q4 tttJe.LMIlORV. both routs Hacks meet boats at Beresfonl. ",nd backache caused me suffering at inervals of Shakespeare's Taming of the Schrew, thrilling beauty. The solos are tuneful, etroyed. In a minute the boy returned

_It Gentle horses"" and" caretul' .drivers.Pnon03 for years. The first or second and who so pleased the convention of much leas academic than those of the The Baptist Church. and handed him twopence and re- I tylinurkml
: DeLand, Fla. "Messiah" and filed with freshness. Services on Sunday at the Baptist that Mr. B. iad destroyed the ] ''I
attack I did but time the Knights! of Pytbias at Orlando by ohurob will be at 11 a. in. and 7:30 m.
; not mind as went This is p card nncl
J one of the moat thought that this sum wouldcovor
.. __c. ., by they grew worse and at times laid I giving the entire play of Damon and characteristic of all Haydn's prominent In the morning the pastor will preach the damage.
music. on "Christ'8 Power". In the
Anyone wishing to buye11 toe up. I could hardly walk an4 It was Pytbias, will Dresent to the Stetson The oratorio is modern in character on -Doing God's Will". Anthems evening and Tho traveler succeeded In getting another -
I 0 difficult matter to straighten after _University_L"_ _students',_______'and_ .__to__the,_ _DeLendvuIfl.u. Y? .-,-,.1- Ita"M ..lImnva..._n.--- .MA&M _uu..u.e."' ..__.._ _y"ay___ solos as nsnral. Von are cordially In. card Into :Mr B.'s sanctum and
or exchange, real estate looping while the kidney secretions outtneBptmie" e bta ouy ui ixiuj m dramatic in character, In places vited. Mr. B. read on It, "These cards ore two
Do-Land! Florida. Lear on Tuesday even'ng. Feb. IS. for threepence."

or personal' property; to Kidney were: irregular Pills cured and me.nnnatnral.From persona Doan's Mrs. Charles Raynor, of Daytona,,I, there Is a strong foreshadowing; of that Catholic Church. j lIe got his Interview and sir. B be-

: President of the Fed -ration of Woman'. most dramatic of oratorios, "Elijah"The Sunday\ Feb. 18th sixth after Epiphany came one of his best customers\ .-London
Silu 8, Wrlibt, S. B, Wfl,h&. Ir borrow or lend. enquireof experiences I know that this remedy u two principal soprano solos First mass 6::30 a. in. High muss !Mall.
Clubs for the State of Florida, will de
WRIGHT nan be depended upon to fulfill the "With Verdure Clad" and "On with sermon 10 a. m Sunday school 11
WRIGHT" liver a l lecture in the Stetson University, Mighty a in. Even'ng service 7.30 of
the DeLand Realty Co,, representations made for it. Pens" are by many critics considered Origin of Right Handednets.
I ATTORNJtYI>AT.LA W.NOTA&IE.i For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Auditorium before the Woman Clot:,, among tbe most beautiful written. lecture, "Nature". and necessity of sorrow According to one good authority Dr.
ever for sin"
PUBLIC (Incorporated) DeLand,' Foater-MIlborn Co., Buffalo, New York, of DeLand and the students of the Uni The bass solo, "Rolling In Foaming All. welcome.M. J. CURL.EY Cunningham of London right bunded- i

Office at Telegraph Office sole agents for the United States. versify on Wednesday evening, Feb. 10. Billow," has long been Hector. I ness! Is of great antiquity and was at- i
Florida. Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce Tapper of New as tamed In the ordinary evolution of man
DI!.. FLORIDA. Remember the DameDoan'aandtake I
UI'D. rivaling any of those in the "Messiah."
.by natural selection. But the condition,
.1 York City who has had distinguished &t. niirimbas' Church.St. t

T. E. ARNOLD, no other.. ---..-- pastorates in Denver and Philadelphia for Tbe presentation entire oratorio Is quite too long Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. docs not reside In the right arm Itself
at time
one and
partsof for all the evidence to show thatIt
E. ALEXANDER, Courage. will lectnre at Stetson University on the third section grow somewhat Campbell Gray, Rector. goes
Is due to functional
i Sec'y and.Treas.Insure "Henry Is a brave man. The other the subject "Optimism vs Pessimism' monotonous, and are therefore always Sunday February 16 Septnagesiina. pre-eminence ou
omitted 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9:ISO a. m. tbe left side of the brnln. This! superiority _
bight his wife thought she heard aburglar. In fact, tbe Apollo Club, of
Thursday evening Feb. 20. On that
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. on Sunday school! 10:30 Choral of
I ." Chicago the most noted oratorio ; : a. m. ser tbe left brain rests upon
! I with us. "And be down" same day will occur the annual meetingof in America always closes with society the vice with sermon. Service every day some structural foundation the origin \
Office In Bank Building went ( the Board of Trustees of John B. second division The chorus this Fri. except Sunday at S p. m. of which Is not explained but which .
4 "No. He had the to tell her
Florida. .
DeLand courage
Now is the time. Stetson University day evening will sing the first and second Is transmitted from parent to offspring. !
Practice In State and Federal be afrald-Clrcle.
Will .' was sections entire and the last three First M. E. Cnurcli Left handedness Is due to the transference -
U Courta Spot cash for losees.U Bishop Henry Spellmeyer of the numbers of the third section, thus Rev. Dr. Harbness ot the First M. E. of this structural peculiarity :

-4 ... The Turning of the Worm. Methodist Episcopal Church, from Cincinnati rounding ont the piece with the final church will begin a series of sermons from the left to the right side, of th. ..
:.ja.A."DA.VIS.'PHYSICIAN should be protected. ',: 1\101110-1 wish you were more like Ohio, will deliver the Presentation chorus with quartet which is one of on the "Walk and Talk With Jssns" on brain or, more probably to a transposition -
DR ,.!r. Simpson. Coddle-My dear If I Dav addreas Friday morning Feb. the finest choruses written. next Sunday morning. The theme for of the cerebral hemlnpherea, like
th AND SURGEON. R you Insured !? ("were more like Mr. Simpson I should first sermon will be "Christ's Unman-
21, at 10 o'clock in Stetson University that which sometimes occurs In the
Ity" Gal. 44. h
have like Mrs :
a woman more
F DELAND, FLORIDA. Auditorium. RECIPE MIXED OFTEN. thQrnOi and abdominal viscera.
LOce at residence. Indiana avenue Every "c6mpany rellable.When Simpson.-St Louis PostDispatch.An Ii
John B. Stetson Jr. of Union: Services
-., Court House. ., ,
.,Office Hours: 9.to 13.2 to4.:and? to 8. does your policy expire !? Index.Knlcker who Is I the guest of honor of Stetson Druggists Praise This Simple erian The, union Christian services and of First the Presbv-!M.' E. Low Rates to Tampa FairThe
-What In their social I stand University this will be
> year, given a Atlantic Coast Line R. B. will
Church will be held Sunday evening at
i fa: your policy la force !? big Bocker-Do they cull It n barn public reception) in the parlors of Chan- Home Mixture. 7:10,: at the First M. E. Ctmrch. Rev sell tickets to the State Fair at Tampaat

&iEs. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. table or garage?-New Yolk 81111. doln Hall to which the citizens and Dr. Hunter will preach the sermon. tbe rate of one fare plus 20 cents plus
Telephone number sixteen.
Some remarkable 50 admission the
storIes are being cents (including to
visitors In DeLand Invited Friday -
I .SURGEON INSURANCE"AGEXOT Litigation Is n pm,x'oss ,liy, which' m ii1, are on told about town and among the conn- Christian; Church grounds) for the round trip, from all )
PHYSICIAN i HON ; evening Feb. 21, at o'clock..
i points in the state. Tickets on sale
best we win a cat soil IOHO n cow.
try people coming In of this
V *r-f Proi'pph, Match games of base ball will be simple Services In the Christian church as from points north and west of line
[Office on East NeW York Avenue. U will find us at Chinese! played on Friday afternoon, and on lome-made mixture curing Rheumatism usual next Lord. Day. S. S 10 a. m. drawn through Archer Hawthorne, '.,
DELANO FLORIDA. and Kidney trouble. Here ia the Sermon 11 a. m. Endeavor 6:43 p. in. Gainesville, Rochelle and Palatka, Feb.
Stetson and DeLand. Saturday afternoon, Feb. 21 and 22 on recipe and directions for taking Mix The pastor will preach) the first of a 4. 6, 11, 13, 18 and 20 South of above
That oar American Tonsts abound to tbe Stetson Athletic field between the : series of sermons on the Holy Spirit. line tickets on sale. Feb 8, 4, S, 7, 10, ,

R. A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIC ------ plants which possess the most valuable teams from the State University of by shaking well in a bottle one-half Subject "The Baptism of the Spirit." 11, 18, 14 17, 18 20 and 21. All tickets I
medicinal virtues Is abundantly attestedby ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion You are cordially invited. Strangers
Florida from Gainesville, and Stetson one i mited to return Feb. 34& Farther information
., scores of the most eminent medical 'especially welcome. Special musiu. 1
HODGKIN'SWagon nnce Compound Kargon three ounces from any railroad agent, or
!!J PHYSICIAN. writers and teachers. Even the untu. University. Compound Syrup Sarnaparilla. Take J. W B. Smith by writing to A. W. Frltot. Division .
, ;.: bred Indians had discovered the usefulness A humorous lecture recital and scenes Pastor Passenger Agent Jacksonville. Fla.
Jt Second Door South of Fisher's of many native plants) before the from Shakespeare: will be presented by as a dose one teaspoonfnl after meals ,
i Drug Store.o1.IcE Shop advent of the white race. This Information ana at bedtime.
Dr. Byron W. King, Porf. A. L. L.Suhrle .
HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to Sd Imparted freely to the whites led No change need be made In yon Word Derivations.pinaster" .
&nd'ltoSp.m.I-:li DeLAND FLA., the latter to continue Investigation until Mrs. King and the Dramatic' Is an astrological term
l: ''DeLaud- .'- -. Florida.v ,. to-day we have a-rich assortment of most Clnb on Saturday evening, Feb. 22. neural diet but drink plenty of good meaning "unfavorable star," one of the The Cause of Many

1 Everything in Wagons, Buggies Carte. Valuable' American medicinal roots. The Rev. Dr. John Hunter, of Toronto water. many words that astrology! has bequeathed Sudden Death

etc., manufactured and repaired in my O <> <> Canada will deliver tbe address at This mixture writes one authority to the English!: language.

Shop in the very best workmanship j Dr. Ptorce believes that our American tor- In a leading Philadelphia newspaper "Predominant," "III starred" "In the Thera l b a disease prevailing In this
known. Only first-class men employedand .Ie szid In most valuable medlcIDallaOle second Chantanqua vesper service bas a peculiar tonlo effect the ascendant" are other Instances not :ountry most dangerous because so decep*
'DR JOHN REEVE first-class work turned ont. 1 have fb the euNugf .....* obetlnete end Sated dIP> to be held Sunday Feb. 33 in the Stet- upon to ''l! live.
of the sudden
speak expression stars! Many
ately added to plant If w my a ron University Auditorium. At these I
Even r deaths are caused by
aD of ibis conviction be pores of the eliminative tisanes fore- "Intluenie" Is really astrological
.0I with prIII. 'v'y.t" special services, tbe great choirs It-heart disease,
: FLA.( \: ....,._Ptt'......,_ hv hI. t. I flt vesper lug the kidneys to sift and strain from signifying the flowing In upon human pneumonia, heart
DELAf'J.D of Prof. Morse will be consolidated anil affaire of the of
potter some heavenlybody.
!: co..r z' OOTSft.itOOJf tI hitb the; blood the nrlo acid and other pois.onone i 'I failure or apoplexy
"t lnmh hnI Il.r thera will be rendered Sbelly's Anthem "Petrel" and "petrol" both de-
.1 often the result
I!w 8fftT"l tonlg and regIator..aid blood "Hark, hark, my soul", Handel's Anthem waste mutter, overcoming Rheumatism scend fioin "petra." a rock "Petrol" =. .-. I are o(kidney disease. II

(' ., ,. ..e.easror ..... 0 a. I'D tenc...... Tucttoiu.1 7.peP- "The Hallelujah Chorus", Mo- Bladder and Urinary troublesIn tomes directly enough through "petro- ,( [ kidney trouble.Is allowed .

, and even valvular and other affections of zart'a Anthem "The Gloria, and solos, a short while leum," rood oil but "petrel" through i I to advance
V. H. VOORHIS, Uie heart rteld to Its curative. action. Tbereuon A New York druggist who has bad St. rvtcr., after whom the bird was kidneypoisonedblood
I, tcHv/ It cores the** and n>tny other. Dudley Back's "Fear not. ye 0 Israel", mnJredd of calls for these ingredientssince nunii'il, !IxMUUHe It appeared to walk i will attack the
__ .Is cleerly shown In a little book by Mine Mary Zeiglir, and AllIt on'. rilal organs or the
Dentist of extract from the standard medical works the first announcement In the upon I the \Vn\'ec.
kidneys break down
which .Is mailed /ree to any add... by Dr. B. "The Lord is my Light" lung by !Miss and waste
: last October
(P. o. Block, DeLand,' Fla. T. Pierce. "f Buffalo. N. Y.. to all asndlncrsqiuet Lena[ Conkling. newspapers started thatthe The Wheelbarrow. away cell by cell. .
fur UM> earn, -- people who once try it "swear by Bladder troubles most always result froma
Bonn.:.8.80. to. 19 and 1.80 tot. .. .. Ross Crane, the celebrated cartoonist, It," especially those who have Urinary The) farmer's, son looked up from thespnrtl derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is
!NO leas" ,. :la tbe unparalleled the chalk talker, who lectures while he and Kidney trouble and suffer with \t: puo."Tl.r : ; obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
care. It la eooalentlr maklna; ot women's draws and who draws crowded houses hock," he s'lld.' "I wish 'we had the kidneys. If you are feeling badly yol
_ear pecuila dec&loaa. weakneeeea and while be lectures will entertain Rbeo maClsm. one o' them, there.bosHlosa carrl.".." can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer't'
dUtvCeAlna derkncfmente. .. Dr. PI....,.'.. a big The druggists in this neighborhood "We have". returned the farmer:, Swamp-Root. Ihe, **aUiJdnay, liver. anti ] ', -
audience Stetson "".
University Monday ,
FaTOflMvPlewtiliiUphfcjs Is amply attested bladder
ay they can supply the Ingredients, **nd now that 'yoi*. mention..It,. remedy. ,
pJ, by Jou
MISS MAUD lIrOOOO ; i '0 thouieddspfJwilMlcTMLjeetlmpDlels* con evening, Feb 24. i It corrects Inability to hold urine and aceld-1
u-< I Ia4 J ., becoa4Thn which are easily mixed at home There might jest as well lilt It au4 fetch up Ing.l'aln..n..p..nllQ' )II.,and bv.reorneatha,
Dr. Mr
W. .
Byron King King Prof.A.
br It otf eleirli.l
MU.5AOB il'I : cpred nnlTlPerlo an a load o' from
I I. said to be no better blood-cleansing turnips the three acre unpleasant necessity of btlnr compeJlod. to
L. L. Sabrie and his asslntanta and "
tot..>> -New Orleans TIm ll-Democrat. often during lha-day 'sad Id get ""an,' *
agent or system tonic known, and ceramir go up
An !*!* *? 113 COLD"TIRHt.SETrE'c ? students, under the of the .
? -. 11I"- .2 i ci u1erii I a aaspeces 'none more harmless time during!the) night. .. TJie-mUdi, and thaI
WUkeuM Avc.- "OB LAND. FLAw .' D set Tirea without taking hoar m&nl' ether sdviflise4 liwllrliieV sadphysician. Dramatic Club of Stetson University, or simple __, extraordinary: effect of SwtmprRoo la aoon .
yoor .bad failed. to ii,.. '"'
-.-.._ -_.- ,wheels'! from ehIo1..-.W..,e k.Moat>BO will give a grand presentation of Arousing the Lion., ., ,. realized.Inlands' the the hljheii for lilt wonUwrful -
< < coIQf most
<> > > dutresslng
boIse, rub no paint or burn your felloes Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar" If we want to educate that -.II/ ,
on sturdy
pith a hot tln....-Gom. and -It-work 'Both tho aboT. mentioned; nadletaes srwholly The College Arms Barbershop. Swamp-Rool i Is pleasant to take and sold
Ro S. TAYWRJt7p see mado n from tho flioerlo citrate ofmtlT Tuesday evening, Feb. Slf. .talldnnre poash. thing, the British by all druggists In fltty-rtnl and ono-dollai't
1"-; ) hot yqD.wtU DBYfIII hav. your 'rIled let *. medldlnal root. The prooeeMe em Is open for town people .. well .. for public a scheme.baa to be ; ..,
\tU.: "" botn.'S.4 '... 4 j.{ ... Dltued In their manufacture were original Miss Cora Mel Fatten celebrated guests of the hotel and la open until 10'olook inLldJj.dkl0ed afz.dheftIes.Yijiniy; \ Iggiir "?"f'
-D'tN'rIsT wIth DrTPlerce, and they are carried on by entertainer from Chicago, is:to give an uight.> with pleasure, rosebedby, brlt1llautpictures have a sample bottle of memgygW-..iBlcoyefyaniabook
for ,
every Shampooing
Thanking ma.
you your patronage killed chemlats end pharaeclate with tM Ihla'.onderful: flaw ate- qo" .54
'" .tbe pa.-snd hoping aceoatinnanrw to aid at aooaratue end appliance mtealaUy evening's entertainment on Wednesday I.ur. treatment,. hair-dressing,. etc. Aprl..t. llketh, i b< ? 'r built fOE BotbMdleines for hldo,.In our.cblldrea's. Jami, We.ha,.. ,.
V.J the future, !remain.* C| *-* J' designed and this piirpoee. evening,.Feb.26. parlor ladles hair-dressing. tells all about It. both
alcohol and ?
entirely free from ,
are Compulsory BchoolluB, of but
shampoo, eto. Prompt and careful.- ., soars ,afM
Yours to seSCOTT all other' harmful, hablt-foemlel dna i BOIL George H. ; fre4WmUL'Addres' CO14 "
Wendllng probably IV. Kilmer I&
1 full lj.* oljt>elrjn rd>enta. I*. iiatsO 05 entton. J. V VAUGHAN. nation we, an not and do.net (want.tW :
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PoLand Florida "I the moat eloquent Southern orato Blrajharatodt N : '. on educate].-Loo4oa,Bystander..
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Miss Mattie Hill of Bowman Qa., and CHARLES RICH PATTISON !
The President of the! National ALLOVERTHECQUNnITEMS
YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD, Miss Margaret Maxwell of Lafayette Charles Rich Paulson was :
Manufacturers' Association has Key born May 7, 8a4, at F" s'ville. :1
county. ,In Impressive language !
been in Washington urging the OP'INTEREST WAFTED TiTHE W. B. Jolley. a Presbyterian minister, was Cahutauqua the son county of S. ,W.N.Pattison.M. Y.! He, 5)0) sit mow ,

} Entered: l. the Poatoffloe at DeLand Fla.as passage of the Beveridge Bill foi: RECORD OFFICE BY ITS performed the happy and binding careloony. D. An uncle, R. E E. Pattison, I IDon't

second etlass matter.B. the appointment of a "non_ CORRESPONDENTS. Their marriage was In the was Instructor of theology Institute.at Now Is the time to do your Building.

partizan tariff commission". This nature of a great surprise to everybody; Newton Tehological when
Another uncle was a Baptist! wait till Summer, you
J.T1' BilUr" IPr.prfet.r. but they are
PUT the couple,
E. except happy Mrs. Bin-
sounds well enough but there is Pierson.Rev. minister and an aunt, !
receiving congratulations on every hand, ney, wit her husband, Dr. Bin- can't get labor. Let us bid on your

,, According to the revision no commission liklihood of such an idea E. J. Warner left Friday for a The groom is a handsome young trained and ney, were missionaries in Bur- Banders' Material and Hardware before
ever being appointed. mulligan and enterprising trucker mah.
board to spell well you must swing to Sanford and Miami on a In 1836 his father moved to again We*have-*om
Senator Beveridge and the fruit grower of this place, who owns I a Prices go up

"spel" "wel". President of the Manufacturers preaching tour. handsome property. The bride Is the baptized Michigan at territory.the age of He IS was and hand -' '- '-'. '-'. "."'.: ::. t. IIY.r.: :: '
Mr. and Mrs. F. Rnaengreen hiked<
youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Powell, of 18 taught in the
else the
Strange that Mrs. Glyn' bool Association and everyone., out from this growing town to DeLan and Is admired for her many womanly Trenton at age high school and after ., :

does not sell BO well in the expurgated interested in' the subjecfknow last Wedneeday. charms and politeness. We all hope wards in Ypsilanti. He attendedone Several arioaas:)" ") ,

that such a commission if. ,appointed E.O.'Bvrdand hta beautiful bonni true love's dreams will never have I a year what is now Colgate ,
edition.Remarkable College in New York state, and 1\ .,-o','
will have the balance of wife ot Turpentine City were in thl rude awakening but that every brigh entered Michigan Uni .
in 1846 Lime :Plaster Paris Vulcan-f J Jite
isn't it how the, power inclining toward the part; pretty place last week. anticipation may materialize Into bliss- versity. He graduated in 1850 of the following;: :

President and Gov. Hughe 1 that appoints it.:' There ia' om,< .Miss,Ida Jones one of this place tat realization through a long and I with the degree of A. B. and received of Cement, Eagle Cement Plaster: Sewer Pipe, ;;.
beet women, Ia quite aick. W. happy life. They are at home to then the honorary degree Hoofing.
j; agree with each other? hope for the passage of the bil hope young she will soon recover health. friends at their comfortable home in A. M.Newton in IS54He Theological graduated Institute Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" i .
win at the present session, but this Major M. J. MoClendon a stnrd;; west Powellville.. housekeeping to bea at Newton Center, Mass., Boobs
There are at least 1 100,000 is only because it will be a good yeomanry of Pricevllle, rambled ben the band. The mulligans gave them at in 1853, and in the fall of that Stanbatb BMumblng I

ter visitors now in Florida, scattered stalking horse' for further tariff Saturday. He la a charter mulligan. elegant serenade Thursday evening and year entered at Pontiac upon, his Mich.first pastorate The- ,

all over the state. delay. Every' time the Republi Mla e8 Ida Peterson and Laura Big! were royally treated.. next year he married Miss sold or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron, .;

party has been elected to power gins sklddooed to confessedly pretty) De Ellen Fry of Astol, Mass Grass Wheelbarrows Hardware from the cheapest to r
The state fair. now on at Tampa Osteen.Mr. Lake was his second pastorate. ,
model ladle
has had for tariff Land Friday They are from
it a pledge re Ill health drove him pas- .
raid to be a big success- the best. ? -
is vision in its platform and when Major Frank Lancing and his handsome toral work in which he was very -
the best ever held in Florida. better half of Blnfton were among O. R. Nicholson of Geneva span successful, and on Jan. 1st 1857, -
once well elected it has put of) sometime here this week. became agent for the Baptist
oar visitors Friday; come often, Major Mi leC
I After the Portugese; outbreak, the evil day of revision till just Capt. F. B. Carl He. the Bond Lumber: Game Warden Brooke la attending igan.Publication Most Society of the time for he Mich-was Watts & I

the seekers for the next sensa before the next election and Company's woodman and log checker, court in DeLand thia week. state correspondent for the (Incorporated)

tion are playing; Russia against then explained that it was. impossible Sandled here at home with his mode Mr. E. A. Osteen made a bnsineai Michigan Christian Herald, the of
"Notes by
' the field. to revise the tariff oi family. trip to Jacksonville this week. Detroit Way." editing March 1st, 1864 he

the eve of an election. Th Peter Pierson. a model representatlv) Mr. J. E. Pattlllo returned from hi) founded the Ypsilanti Commercial

One serious blows for Manufacturers' Association i it citizen and his handsime wife visited Indian River grove last Saturday. which paper he edited for -

the Hughes candidacy is the frankly protectionist. It says DeLand edition. last week on a shopping exp : :' Miss Bennett of DeLand has been the 23 years.worker He although was an indefatigable suffering- The Hobart M.: Cable PianosNo lt'

of Miaa Bertha Brooke for some catarrh.
Woodruff for guest continually from
of Tim
declaration that it believes in the revision ol; Dr. C. W. Homes, a graduate optician ,
He was always perfectly fearless one ever thinks 'making: "rpd.\ )
the Governor.The the tariff, which in its case of Vldallia. Georgia, stopping at Em I time.Mrs. in his enunciation of what .
Ernest O teen of Enterprise i II parUons between the Hobart M.c.ble:: jj
ports with his McBride relatives, wai he considered right, and his
chief trouble about the means the tariff on raw materials on ground Friday. the guest of Mrs. A.. O. Osteen thi paper was never "on the fence'in e ;:y Pianos and any other Piano. The !

simple life seems to be that the but on all manufactured Miss Effie Morris, a lovely young lady] week. any controversy. For suffrage his superiority of the Hobart M. Cabh|
products it'ants to'leave Mrs. Z. Batton of Cow Creek was the support of the woman's
average; man does not earn 1.1' of Daub, on the East Coast is here movement the W. C. T. (I. Piano Is so marked, that when onefc,;!
good safe margin on the side of'; guest of Miss Lottie Leonardy several
to live it.generally. visiting at the home of her coasii ladies presented him with a Planoait Is simply the Hob
enough !
days last week. Esta- speakaof rl jj
the manufacturer as against Charles Swartengren.R. national /flag Principal ;
Mr. Ellis Osteen is putting in torn, brook of the state normal mak- M. Cable. This Piano is a delight :e
It is understood that foreign manufactured products,; H. Ashley a well posted timbe ing the presentation speech.It r-.t
flow wells for parties near Enterprise the skilled musician. The tone is rich fi
Mr. Bryan would like to put the The Association claims to represent mover and faultless mulligan guard was through hi* initiatory : J
employers and passed through this stage of action Junction this week. efforts in 1870 that in Ypsilanti clear and harmonious. Don't thlnkol J.
through a course 2,000,000 :
Tammany Tiger justice of
Palatka. Mrs. C. B. Kingman of Tituavllle and a temperance mayor Piano until have''II
of vegetarianism before the Den leaves entirely out of consideration Saturday to Mrs. Salt of Cincinnati. Ohio were the the peace, city attorney and mar i : purchasing a you I'"
Bowln and hla beantifnl electe I that an and heard the Hobart n.
Capt. Harvey shal were so seen Csbli; H
the ()()() ,
ver convention. 78,000,000 consumers gusts of Mrs. A. T. Pattillo Saturday absolute prohibitory law was
I wife of Emporia were ruralizing 01 Piano. {
However the commission enforced and the Kiloons were t J
probably this Friday. They ban< Messrs. Robert Walters and Bnrnet ,
Tom Lawson wants to bet any i will be appointed and it will polished busy politeness scene home grown and of DeLand spent several days here las t eloped for number two years.of h'was J..A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos,3

part of $100,000 on Roosevelt for I not only draw good; salaries while hand made. week, the guests of Mrs. P. Leonardy For superintendent a ol.a venn, mission

a third term. John W. Gates it is deliberating but will be sure Archie Powell is a lucky mnlllgai Mr. K. B. Osteen came up from Dania Sunday school, held on

says he would take him up except -I to deliberate for two or three guard. He won the Remington rifle Friday to spend a few weeks with hi Sunday took afternoons.He an active. interest in JOHN B. WELCH"
draw before beginning to ship toma-
that he hates a piker. here at the Isaac Powell SaturdayHe family the
before it makes He was present at
an entirely politics.
I years won a rifle and watch raffled off launching of the Republican ORANGE CITY FLA. :a.
toes.Mrs. ,, ....
The Patent Office has just non-committal recommendation, here about ten months ago. A. T. Pattillo and Master Lewis party at Jackson, Mich., and u "u ==

granted a patent on making The tariff game is a great game M. Z. Owens bnllder and contractor! Pattillo attended the Arbor Day exec. supported 1884 having that failed party to induce until, the in FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES:
and the commissioi brick and cisee at the Enterprise school last Fri-
non-partizan and experienced mason
out of saw-dust. This if state convention to commit Itself TOBACCO AND CIOARS %
paper is only one of its mani plasterer of Seville, who erected a new to prohibition he joined the
have serious effect on' day.Mrs. DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS ETC. ETC.-
to a n
sure Prohibition although
festations.It two story residence for Neal Powell ol Deadwilder and her daughter party, ": .
the breakfast food industry.The Powellville finished building a brick Miss Mary and Mrs Jackson of Athena, thereby losing some friends and Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first v,

chimney to same last week. Qa. time with Mrs patronage. class Groceries for table. *.
of what to do took only fifteen minutes tc are spending some In 1887 being threatened with your

question read the King's speech to parli- W. H. Powell and F. F. Edwards,, J. E. Pattillo.Mr. I lung trouble, he sold his print- Country Produce Bought. A. First-class Meat Market In Connection.$f
with our ex-presidents will never bustling, enterprising citizens, arc John G Dozier, who has been ing office and with Mrs. Pattison i '
ment. But then know the he Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt You will find price)1aa
Roosevelt you went to Eustis, Fla., where my ,
have to bother Mr. so planting a large truck garden acreage spending several weeks with Rev.' C. L. low aa the lowest. Give me a calL '
bought on a
long as he has Jacob Riis to go I kingship is not an elective jot In tbe Harper and Mlnahew Lake George i Pattlllo left Tuesday morning for his beautiful an lake.orange Here grove he brought !

around locating jobs for him. I over there. hammock. They are' both Jim cracking home in Thomson, Ga. his family in 1889, and spent one I M

workers ot the propper staff. Rev. McCall the new pastor of the of the happiest periods of his ,
and. Congressman The Old Settlers Association will hold Nels and Mrs. Piereon, life, preaching quite frequentlyat I
Florida Honest om M. E. Church South, haa filled hla first Mt. Dora, Victoria, Grand KLICKER BROS
its annual meeting and basket picnic
Frank. Clark. have been honoredin ., foremost citizens and beet gardeners, appointment here and made a very Island, and Eustis, although I
the Club Wednesday
out at Aquatic grounds
election Secretary of presented the writer's help-mate a favorable Impression on the people. holding no regular pastorate.In .
his as of next week February 19th. cabbage last week that weighed 13ounda. 1902 he moved to DeLand, Merchant TailorsFour
Democratic Congressional Miss K. R. Murrell and C. F. Walkerof midst of
the National Backs will leave Dreka's corner at 10:30: have fine where in the pleasant
Committee. ? They sure a vegetable Sanford and B. B. Minnhew of Bar- surroundings he happily and!
Campaign and Is invited and to
; a. m. every body : patch in this neck of the woodsLast
usefully closed his life-work
bring a basket of good things. A pleasant berville have bought ten thousand acresof
The State Committee having day is _urred. Sunday evening tbe good Methodist land here from the Walters estate and retaining always his interested faculties U:in the very<< eni Doors South from Fisher's Corner

folk here had the distinction of and will open up large celery and vegetable work.
made the call for a State primary,
both State and Kentucky Day. having with them their beloved pastor farms on game. They have optionson The Baptist church of De Suits for morning, noon and Suit of shades and patterns
the campaign, Her. W. A. Lewder, who preached a about thirty thousand acres more of Land mourns his loss, a< wellas night, new

county, is now open, and candi- Florida Owing conflicting to the "Kentucky with the Old Day"Settlers'dae in fine sermon to a large congregation. the Walters and O'Hara lands.Seville. acquaintances.a large circle He of was friends a faith and Suits that fit you too, just Suit superbly, lined all through

will begin to hustle for the His dl cone was listened to with _. ..
dates of Feby. IB and the advice of ---- ful attendant at the house of right, and through,
offices and honors to which they maoy members it baa been decided to marked attention by all. God and an appreciative hearer Suits well made at prices rlffht Suit that are a bargain true-
change the date of that meeting to even in his declining years Waiting here. When
aspire. in Volnsia
The County
typo you appear.
March 12th. We hope to have a "when the almond tree flour
I : thorough Kentucky Day of it, with the Record office bamboozled and mob- ished, the grasshopper was a
\ f Jennings says, and the Gov- assistance of all friends. Everybody ia squabbled the J. O. Cade and Charlie Mrs. J. B. Orrell paid DeLand a visit burden, and the strong men did CONSULTATION FREE.

ernor endorses it, that there was InVIted. Re pecttully. Swartengreen hobo stampede of last the first of this week. bow themselves." He manifested

1 no clash, between the two over I. A. STEWART, Pre. week in the Pierson locals until it was Our new merchant Mr. A. Smith Is was the great pen mental of a ready ability.writer.His KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda !f:

of the successor JACK STITH Bee.Llv.ly made to read and sound back like a convalescing over a case of grippe His language was choice, and I
the appointment
r that dck-a-poo laddibnck talking through Mr. John T. Hall and bride of Atlanta his talks in prayer-meeting always t
of the late Senator Mallory ; evidenced iyl
his night to tye tongue ventriloquist an accurate -i
cap Ga., are visiting their niece Mrs.
the report over the State that echoes on the river. knowledge of scripture, and an -

t the former 'felt hurt with the dellcat."The taste on the In continent.clireno ban" ald grown a Paris more The flourishing sub-district school at Dr.The C. A.stork Btilea visited the home of Mr, power.unusual Every amount thing of about spiritual him & -'fC-"" :'C':'"="" ':;::;_e::.Ir'C--'C-'Cf-...:. : _."",'. : ..... e::'", .'!!!'.(I.fI.6l",!

? Governor for the appointmenthe chef. "A cream cheese raw la now our his place which has for its efficient and Mrs. O. W. CowarVa Thursday betokened the fact, that in his 'fcEM .

made is without foundation. favorite, wherena lu the punt we demanded teacher Miss Lola Parrlah celebrated night of last week and left a ten pound best influence.He days. he was a man of wide i, THE ?-
cooked cheeses of the greateat Arbor Day laat Friday in a highlyeffective > T
boy. leaves a widow who fornearly
bar hne and strength. Why" manner. Tbe school grounds
t ,The truck-growing. industry The chef laughed. were nicely cleaned and all trash Merchant M. Flowers la having a faithful 54 helpmeet ylears tins besides been two his

r. .. has become an enormous one in "Why. ha suld. "wbeu 1 was at the moved fences looked: after and a lot of new dress of paint put on his store, sons and four daughters. 1 W. C. WATTS I Iij

I Florida. As a money crop, it Petit Riche mnny ;years ago a remarkable Dice tree planted and others trimmed, which makes quite a change in Its ap- His funeral took place Feb.
thing happened a thing that indicates and, from the Baptist church, in
exceeds that of other and the result of the days' work pearance.
far any was the of \
the sort of cheeses that in the presence many mourning .
crop grown in the state. There past were en ten. A patron. seated at a very satisfactory with the grounds BO Mr. R. T. Long la confined to his friends and was conducted by .
I. greatly Improved. With such admira- room this week nursing a good case of his pastor Rev. J. E. Oates.
unlimited market for Flor- :corner table In the Petit Riche called
is an the ,uddenly to the waiter: ale work we predict nothing but good he mumps, also Mr. Arthur Prevatt ian tlfl Durfll1 5T0I1 1Q i.
t ida vegetable 'Bnptl t., take away this cheeeer nccess for this school. All the pnplla the same business. For Sale

.: winter ,crops grown-and wherever "Baptl te approached. seem to enjoy the work and more Mr. E. J. Westmoreland onr night a.t a bargain if sold at once. First-class .
i t intelligently engaged; in it "'Pardon me, sir,' he said in his pelt especially the largest boys and girla. operator, baa had double duty to per. profitable restaurant business J t
business. way 'but can I fetch you something MBS. C. M. KURTZ, No. 65 N. Boulevard
l proves a money-making elaer"The Honest Nela Pierson .and his good form for the past few daya owing to Acme Beetaarant.ANNOUNCEMENTS.. |

patron made a gesture of Im Samaritan wife, with their happy he agent, Mr. M. O. Causey, being ite DeLand, Florida. ft,
address at the
,Gov. Hughes' patience. countenances, paid the writer's folk a tome with severe case of grippe.Mr. ite
tendered him by the call with silver dollar ============== _
reception -Take this aw.y first, hang itr haexclaimed. pleasant a accompaniment -
a Baker
f. and Mrs. A. delightfully -
Republican Club) of New York last week for another entertained the people last Friday FOE SBERIFF.'o New stock of fP
for the ""Yes sir; very food, sir/ said Baptlate. year renewal to that bright newsy young toe Democratic
fairly places him in line night at their beautiful home in the Voters ot Volusla bu
> .
s 'We have some fin Gorgoncoln folnsia County Record. Mrs. Pierson County
nomination at the north end of town, in honor of their Everything in the
prebidential or.perhaps th. Ornyere' Is the hustling practiced mistress of the hereby announce mvMlfas candidate Hardware Line *
\ of the Rnpubhcan party. Great Bcottr the other Interrupted.If niece, Miss Elsie Baker of SaUnma or sheriff Volusia county, subject to the \
I hands comfortable Pienon boarding house, Uon of toe Democratic primary. If eleod '
1 It will be observed, however, you don't take this stuff': away atone which, Is handsomely furnished, and its Heights, who haa been their pleasant I pledge myself to impartially mioroe' 8? Carefully Selected..and .$' 1 IJ
I'll send for the
police. he law.of
7 guest for several days. the county, and to conduct ta*
wide distinction exists between a perfect rest for the wAry and tired tffiin of the office the
that a 1 am vey sorry, air, said Baptlite.1m to wars beat of atj ALL "' Mite
; his attitude and the position then anything wrong with it'wtongr ? raveler. They are also truckers and Indications point that spring is being ablllt}. I earnmtly request the support of STANDARD GOODS f !
; .- shouted the guest. 'Why, rnlt growers, and head-quarters for the nahed in. Orange trees are budding to Ol voters at the primary.JJSK MOBHIS. J '2?
of the
assumed by some f s eating all my bread"-CincinnatiEnquirer. packing and shipping of the flowery bloom, peach orchards will soon be CA ---- "-- r-___ -- -- W1to

other prospective nominees. He hammock decorations. beets of pinkness, and the oaks are FOR TAX COLLECTOR.Po .

makes it clearly understood that A Story From India. Cap&. Sam B. Wilson the clever ntttng on their new spring! dresses of I the have People decided of Volusia to again County become a Bnilders' Material, Doors, Sash, Blinds, |;

he is In no sense an active candidate An Indian merchant wished to dispose Stonewall mulligan guard Tax: Assessor reen, and all that they are looking forward andidate for the office of tax collector etc.

1 a seeker after the nomi- of an old elephant and took It to of DeLand was in this region last Tuesday to is a !good soaking rain to ac- at the approaching primaries ite.Plumbing Supplies, Carried "I"jj '

nation., a fair. As soon as ha had arrived he greeting friends and attending ompliah their de 1r... Our weather .and respectfully solicit your vote and .
i A y I official duty. Sam, as he is called la in Jacksonville has been sending upport.
noticed a man who, without saying a a man 1
word, begaa to walk round the animal, ending business hustler and prominent warnings for good rains for several have served you in this capacity |jj WANT !
At the meeting of the State efore, and believe that my knowledge :1 you to visit my New Store S
Committee examining It attentively on all side. democrat and the praise worthy, well d.ys, but up to the present writing they of f the details of the office and my experience ; J inspect my:fine
Democratic Executive The merchant became very anxious: : wasoned faultless 'Tax Assessor. He have failed to materialize places me in a better positiono i eJ SUTa5tiyi.ptic- am here to please YOU, l

held in Jacksonville Tues far' he feared the man bad found ont ore enjoys the unbounded confidence serve you satisfactorily than a new \\Ii n.d.lnye.ffVt been directed td that end I. W
that bis elephant was not worth much. and untried man, or one not familiar know
Will- tile wants of the .
day last Hon. Arthur T. of all the people, always being held In \\Ii people of DeLand
Xe took him aside and whispered In THE NEW ORANGE CITY with, the work of the office in giode carried -
!;" lami,'of Fernandlna, was elected Us NrI' as a customer coming I ha highest esteem and If he should bei Very respectfully, ; : \iu by a General Hardware Store, ana. have them.w '. -;

y I chairman of said committee in Do not say a word until I have sold candidate for re-election before the I>. P. Smith.:: \\Ii '
the beast, and I will give you DO next primary be sure yon scribbling unch Counter, Candy
place"?of' Hon., D., U. Fletcher, rupee* The man looked at the merchant laddibncks to make an X opposite at.lame and Fruit Stand NOW THEN W. C. -:-1a

who resigned from/'the committee and wonderingly. compiled with on the ballot, for one steady, Opposite the Railway Station, : WAiTSThe

-, *to become.. candidate before his request. It happened that the well-posted veteran Is worth more than will Nov. 15 where J

the prlma1'7"for, United,States so eastern he was bad easily more taken money In. than When sense the, one dosen raw, untrained recruit, and Quick< open Lunches on can be had, at all fail. Need Some Fruit 1 ;'33 33 33

Senator' The committee.'named'Kay bargain wee completed and the elephant Jam baa the distinction of being the tours of the day at reasonable Trees on Your Lot. 3:3 J335f

10th M the date of the first tod away by Its new* owner, the lest Tax Assessor In the State in rates. Having bought the business find our : :.
merchant handed the ,JIO rupee to point of'faithful. service and accurate ery stock: of E H. Hayward. a clean, .
primary,.'andJJone'16th as ,,the th* silent man, saying "Now I want irork. Adjoining;,.Mr. Wm. Eolman heal&h110'of young tree I,ffar: bud

t date the'second. ..,.Candidates ron to tell m* how you discovered the a A. Miller and Mis Annie Powellf rail open bin General Plumbing ded and grafted citrus pecan, peach Record is
; hi. left I bad w.N and Tin where he and other fruit trees of popular anTflne superbly
foUalted'States Senator,:delegates tofsct In leg. thought I west Pleson united in marriage Repair Shop, arletiea. at reasonable price
', : eoocJd It so skillfully. "I bar discovered Wednesday Jan. *7, la the trill be glad to receive' your patronage Call L.z
national pretty parlor i on m. at my' house in D. ,nct
:{i; to the convention, nothing," replied the stranger. of the St. George hotel In Enstis In at reasonable rates. All or write for what you want for equipped ,to ';turn out:. -
electoreabd: for eon I I4 tile first elephant have ever uptq'date .
for presidential, I be'preeence of about BO guests. The (fork will be done with quickness a November Decembr or'lasaaryALFRED ,
all state offices, wilt be Voted for -11II4 I wanted'to know which axlor was beautifully arranged. The and the beat of workmanship. HOWARD, '
-tile W L",
'1 tile head and which w.
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,t.. ,0&.&aut' ruuarJe"; t' J I. V auisome bride's.tt UaU< were lovely saws filed and sot, Michigan AT*., DeJUnd. Stationery,
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': .H.'ttt.t..t1Ut.! . .ittl. "" '" ' St.Valentines Day "McBrlde's' Marlle": ,for fine cot 01 t! txaaaauacacxsnaKiica""" ( : 0- 0 .

Fresh films and kodak supplies at t: meat. Phone 8.
the Studio Shop. Hodgkins keeps a fall line of surreys. .

I Mr. MoCann, shampooing, maniour See them before ;yoa buy i

DREKA'S DEPARTMENT STORE Ing Phone 109, A very; pleasant little tea was given \JUST NOW\ :: ,

" New alligator head and claw novelties I ;Frost yesterday afternoon by; Mrs. W. W.. a,

at Bateaan'a Curio.

., -. DeLand minister are preaching to Try our home made bologna and pure Maybe an extra pair of Trousers ol

I .! .. large congregations'now every Sabbath farm sausage, "McBride's Market."

I, to Eat to {Wear to Use to Read lee onr our spring ad In this goods edition O.and A. Dreka come Phone We are 8. still closing oat our winter the right t kind would help things along; it "

Everything > & Co clothing at a great Bacrittoe. G.. A. happens so often that the trousers
Dreka & Co. .. getting .
Mr. J. C. Atkinson, engineer of the
Mr. W. B. Fndger I* In tbe city; from the hardest wear give out before the
DeLand branch train is off duty, -down Jacksonville coat
and la
cordially .greeted by
with l grlppe.Mr. DeLand friends and ves't.A .

1- John Cranor has purchased the Messrs. R. C. Breland and Dawson:

We Beg .to Announce-- I:: Tanner York' and stable Florida property Aves.Mrs. corner New Brown the north were end at Satnrday.tbe county; seat from good pair of trousers now will give. you a

gsjBj>, _(____ (.__. B_>___.,(__ B lji B _B B M _>.>jB__ Stanley was np from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Powe entertained
'I the first of the week visiting/ the a few friends Monday evening at their new-suit: effect; and you can get it for very
family! of Mr J. H. Tatnm. home on north Boulevard.

that we are now displaying our Spring Dress Russell Conwell says Byron W. King Mr John T. Hall has purchased the little money. These Hart Schaffner} & Marx

Is a !genius; a man of hlgbeet rank in hi. Louis Uhleln nice little
grove a property trousers
especially make
Goods Lawns .Madras profession; a king/ of the platform. north of town,consideration $000.eEIII: good; they up
_" comprising Bargains at the Studio Shop. A Mr. and Mrs. Morse gave a delightful short lengths of suit fabrics --- not enoughfor
limited number of hand ,

ham and light-weight. Fabrics, Laces and Screens. Worth $3.50 painted for tl.88.Japeneee on Shakespearean Clara avenue evening Saturday et evening.their home| ? a suit --- into extra trousers; very ..fine

James Vinzant back from attend I have floe need fine
a piano never ,
Embroideries.: You :are cordially invited to ing a commercial school at Jacksonville make, and in perfect condition which goods; all wool; made in the perfect Hart

and is again with the Woodall grocery can be had at half price. J. A Erlckson. Schaffner & Marx way.

come ,and ,see ,them From here Miss Hackney, who fan s Mr. J. D. Hnbbard Is bringing to De-
been visiting in DeLand for two weeks, Land from bill place near Lake Helen

will winter.go to Enstis for the rest of th e the State.finest cauliflower ever grown In the We can show you something that will go

Bar year baggies wad carriages o f Miss Louise Tackela Is expected to well with your coat and vest. : : : :

Hodgkins Ha has a stock of all kind arrive this week from Detroit. Michigan,

All Wool Dress Goods at 25 Per Cent Off. all and guaranteed.;yon see what yon get, and they are her Stewart home for, to a be month.the guest of Miss Mary Trousers $5 $6 $8 Trousers

Them will be a big crowd at the tTn The Emporia (Kan.) Herald says: ,

versify Auditorium tonight to wltne e "King Is an attraction a* big aa thee ,

the "Creation", the first number of tb center of gravity." At the University

Chautauqna coarse Auditorium'course.on Saturday ennlng.Ch.ut.uqu" I \lye M. FOUNTAIN/

and GroceriesHay Dr. Halley was over at Daytona lea
Staple Fancy week, and at the Baptist church at that The Woman's Clnb of DeLand will

place delivered his lecture on JaraeWhitcomb glue a bazaar in their club room There.e .
Riley to delighted audience day, February 20th. Fancy articles; - -- : : 1010

cooked food Ice cream, candy and tea.
Many orange trees are budding and
profusely blooming. There will be a n You are friends cordially invited and to bring King -And "King Lear." Mrll. McCann shampooing, maniourtog. ..
Grain Box Material and your
Orange Wraps i immense orange bloom this spring, Rod< One of the very beat attractions the Phone 1090
From Kansas we learn the
by the latter part of the month the tree paper Cbantanqna will present during the entire .a
will be white. death of Benj. F. Jevons, who formerlycame
two weeke of the coarse will be The Weather.Temper.ture .
to DeLand every winter with care
Mrs. R. D. Martin Is spending Byron W. King the
a Inimitable. A
of horses and males for this market, from Feb. 6 eo 111:

G. A. Dreka & Co. 'KM 7nf. at month the former or so with home friends at Lexington and relative Ky. and bear his of his Florida death.friends will regret to great stands many absolutely college without men a peer think in King this 1I.i ..id

R D. Is keeping hones at home on north country ag a teacher of Shakespeare. Its
Boulevard in the time. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jernegan and ,
mean 1 expected that the play of "King "
Mrs J's sister, of Boston are spending
Mr. John A. Fisher, father of Dr. the winter at DeLand. Mr. Jerneaan Lear," which will be presented on Toes- fl6 71 0
Oeo. W. Fisher, arrived from evening, Feb. 18, will far surpass In 7-112 74 !.\
.. . . . . 4fF.n + M M M M I M M M + .. M 1 1 M t M M M M M M I Ky., the first of the week.LOUIsvllle'j Is this a cousin place of and Mrs.spent Thomas the season E. Eccles here of excellence any college play ever presented 99 8-47 71 68 .

.n..n.1__ U_ A.1.nnn_ ft' .h._. _. at the auditorium.
._. several winters University
. -v v. v u C', ago. 1-63( 'l1 Cloudy; rain traCt
r-I LOCAL SYNOPSIS. 'having a roomy at Mrs. WHIard's, The ladies of the city are especially Come oat and see this arrest- tragedy.Dr. ll-fl 'Ii
r4 13-1511
Howry Ave.Charlie King and wife and Prof. Subtle 69
Invited to a meeting\ be held at the
Price was at Pierson am will take leading parts in the cast. The
Woman's Clnb room tomorrow afternoon Average: min. 61. max. 71.
THE POPULARITY THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS!!! OP, Seville the first of the week where be at 3 o'clock. The meeting is called lay> ; will be presented under the stage BERLIN H. WRIOHT.

THE PAST WEEK. ordered several cars ot lumber and 10 organize fund to reimburse the fire direction of Prof. Snbtte. Single

shingles, lumber from Price Bros aPierson. department boys for damage sustained admission, 50 cents. .. The Marsh Market.
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Loral. .na ......'F IMm for the People's I mill at Seville.and shingles from the Baker while fighting fires, and It 1 Is very important DELASD- GOLF MATCH. If;you want the choicest cute of Meats
Of Orange City Water Is due to it's PURITY that the meeting be largely at- eave your orders with us. The beet of
Pap.r--Brlof Mention or FactsSMO ae The DeLand Chantauqna season opens tended. Beef. Mutton and Pork; Boasts and

' and HEALTH-GIVING PROPERTIES. It Is by our R.port.r.Moonlight with Hydn's great production tbe The regular meeting of the Child Wag Won Monday By Mr. George Chops, Sausages Hamburg Steak,
"Creation", at the University Auditor Traylor of Thomasvllle Club. fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon
t Study Club was held at the kindergarten -
strongly recommended to all who have KId. nights. in m tonight, and The Record will report room DeLand Hall yesterday after. George W. Traylor, Jr., of Thomas- delivery.etc Courteous attention and prompt''

ney .Liver'or Rheumatic/ troubles. '. Toys-Studio Shop, space the will sessions permit.as much aa its limited noon. By many request Miss Morris rUle handicap Oa.,match Golf club at the woo College the 18-hole Arms Marsh Bros.
her talk Children's Literature,
Wade the tuner Orlando gave; on
1 Mr. and Mrs. Gates wlah to thank illustrated with stories This Wall given Golf club at the game played last Mon

;;. Put up only in Sealed half-gallonbottles. Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. their many friends for the delightful by her at a meeting of the Club held in lay. Following are the scores made:

The days ere growing considerably; surprise of last Friday, and for tbe November and it wee no interesting Net Score. i
longer. unique and artistic shower that Q. W. Traylor, New York... 7T
was insisted her'
We are the Agents for DeLand and surrounding many npon repeatingt.
View post cards 19 and 20o dozen at such an important event In the proceedings J Stobangb. New York. .. 81J.

Towns. Let us send a sample BatellOa'Calla of the evening. r, L. Taylor Cheater, Pa. 89(
Dr. Brooks of Texas
Baylor College in
Mrs. McCann, manicuring. The criminal court has bad a dull S. E. Brooks, Cleveland . 93
case-goods deliverd freeALLEN'S Phone 100o. term of It this week. A very few jury visited DeLand and especially the uni Shay DeLand.. .. .. ... 84 l
this week. He is
versity spending a
cases have been disposed of. the de. R. H. Taylor, DeLand .. 89
------ -- Dr. W. J. Harkness month different colleges and
-- -- -------- spent several visiting
H. L. Doan, Jnzonville III
'endants negroec, charged with minor : ? 88
days In Jacksonville this week. universities, instintlons.
particularly Baptist -
offenses. A number of negroes also L. C. Davis, BlDliib mton. 79
DRUG STORENext Prompt attention given your orders at pleaded guilty to misdemeanor. Wednesday morning", he spokeat C. H Davis, Saeinaw... 83
"McBrlde's Market." Phone 8. chapel after the morning songs and J. W. Wilkins, Brockton. 90 .'
Major Parkinson, candidate for Tax:: scripture reading. He dwelt W. J. Isaacson, Cincinnati, .. 95 yea
to the Postotllce Mr.. and Mrs. D.'B. Gomersall have Assessor, spent several day at DeLand very Coleman Gutz Buffalo .. 121
rooms at Mrs. Smock's for the season. this week from forcibly upon the fact that it is necessary Mrs. Heath, DeLand ... 91
DeLand : : : : : : Florida Watch Daytona Mr. Parkinson to awake to the possibilities of Miss UrrRlp.! New York, 108
the papers for oar spring says Daytona Seabreeze and Daytona intellectual development to appreciate Miss Fink, Philadelphia . 99 HOME FOLKS AND VISITORSWe
millinery; openinz, G. A. Dreka & Co. Beach are having a large number' one's opportunities.
,tSTMall and r.,,... Order rtttttt/ prompt and careful attcathn.B / _
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For Sale-A couple of good working of winter visitors this season, more than Saturday afternoon Feb. 8, Miss --

mules." to good. condition. Apply to J. they have had for a season for many Edna Pearl Hackney was the guest of MORE BARGAINS cordially invite you

T. Cairns years. honor' at a little tea given by her to come to our Office and

LaGrippe Is still with the DeLand Mrs. W, A. Allen entertained Monday hostess, Miss Marian Jackson From let us tell you of the good
and Tuesday afternoons and Wed
._* people, but not so stubborn. it was" a needayevenlnl\ her' guest Mrs. W. three to five o'clock many of the young No 83-Ten acres In grove, things In Homes, Lots,
month ladies of DeLand called The house thirty in timber, M
ago. near < Kflfl Farms and Groves
The T. Parsoni. These informal gatherings was beautifully decorated with yellow town: ..... .... .... ... Orange
celery; fields about DeLand are of a few congenial people are quite that we have for sale.
tI 1I. F. assamlne, and hothouse roses, Mrs.
ALLEN & CO producing abundant and as fine Jo. 2
crops feature this season. They are always Robert Wilson axsiated by Misses Fuller 0-Ton acres in grove,
as ever grown. acres in timber, two ) Get Our Advice.
enjoyable and these for Mrs. Parsons
We such fine have been especially so and Howes served the first hour while fort house, all for...... ..$2 INo. 500 .
never saw vegetables, -
leading Furniture House of Volusla the second hour Mlsuea Mary Stewart
1\ County la each profusion, as can be seen at De. Mr. Robert C. Paxton, of this place, and Ethel Watts served In the dining 149-Five-acre grove on Buy somethingIf
Land this winter. who graduates from Cumberland Urnverslty.the room. !good hammock land with only as an .
. .
State law B-room bonne ...Q 1, 1
Quite a number of county people school at Lebanon Mr. R. C. Bnuhnell and family, who

"DROP IN" were in attendance at the session of the Tenn., in June, was selected as the left here the latter part of last summer No 118-An A No. 1 ten-acre your money work for you.

Criminal Court this week. unanimous choice for class orator of the to locate somewhere in the West, returned grove, large trees, in fall (Q (
Marshal senior class of that law school Mr. bearing. .... .. .. .........$ ,000 Ask
and Newest'" Motsinger of Orange City to their former love last Monday for a Bulletin.
. see'our was here this week witness before thesession Lawrence Morrison, also of this county, and will again make this their We have a very attractive proposition
is attending this law echool.
of the criminal court. home the best place they have yet seen la large peach orchard-young trees,
Styles in .Parlor and You will find a high class collectionof or been in. While away they visited full bearing. If Interested, drop in and E. H. HAYWARD
...1 Marian Gardner is 111 with la- ,
I1P ; local tropical paintings and cypress Chicago, Denver, Portland,Oregon, and see us about it.
Dining Room'ur- grippe bat is much better. It is hoped panels ranging in price from $1.00 to other points out West but saw no place Real Estate and InsuranceNo.
she will be oat by the last of the week. -
$35.00 by B. F. Oilman of Paris and they liked better than DeLand. Mr
niture. Jim Erickson is certainly selling the Philadelphia. at Bateson's Curia Mr, I 37 DeLandS.
Uushnell says ex-Mayor O. F. Fish and Gould Brothers Agts. 4''
pianos.. He shipped a fine one to a Oilman has never offered any of his wife are living In Portland, and doing Boulevard Fla.
v_ I Lake county< !!! .party.'" ; the l latter part of the work in the North for less than $50, so well, though were financially crippledIn ;
weekT". this is a real opportunity for the people( the failure of a bank there recently

; PII.a. No. 62 J. F. ALLEN DeLand Fla.'ToES Mr*."Oliver: MoEIroy and daughter of DeLand. Friday afternoon Mrs. V. H. Voorhis :::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-.:::::::::: ::
& CO.
Vivian of Atlanta, are visiting Mr. The great soprano, Miss Electa Gifford gave a delightful reception for her r- ,

,. McElroy's parents, Mr. and Mr. W. J. with her manager. Miss Anna mother, Mrs. Parsons of Massachusetts, 1 THE MEMORY WE HONOR. t

Austin. Millar, arrived yesterday from New who is visiting her for a month Mrs. 'II'IIi I .

Ficnlo parties, consisting mostly ol, York. Miss Gifford made many friends Parsons is a very attractive woman, i GEORGE WASHINGTON'S

the visitor in the otty, will soon be out In DeLand with her song recital last und has that cordiality In her manner !

', I..n R IsL'L', ;S; .. '1903ir. : very day to the various points of year, and,will find a crowded house to which has made her many friends IDDeLaa : the father of our great and glorious I

VALENTINES; : ; Interest near DeLand. greet her tonight when she sings tbe <1. Mre. Voorhla !In always a j rfi ( country; loved for his patriotism !
Mr. Robinson of Winchester soprano parts in the "Creation" She beautiful entertainer and thi afternoon Ii and loyalty, and honored for +
Brill beg to say thai ha has just received the most beautiful and varied friend of Dr. and Mr. Miller is, Ky. a will also find that we have chorus to i affair was one of the most enjoyable of : WalS'L1n OBI' his veracity. We celebrate the
got Valentine on record. :Many of these are orlliDalaod cannot be I spendla -
', Tb.eelebrated Buster Brown Postal Card for sale, 2 for So. Also dnpli-III full few weeks: at The Melrose Hit is a be proud of, and soloists of our own the winter. The house wee lighted by; i anniversary of his birthday next '?

;Comical and Sentimental Valentines,: some.. of the. ,latter.being. ,objects,of tobacco raiser In Kentucky. that we are not ashamed of. candles In the dining roam Miss Marin : tll: week, and will try in the future, .
Misses Marian and Olive Miss Erhart Mrs. Morse and Mis : in tbe
Gardner o a* past, to emulate him In
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:o.e: the best piano,, the best organs' ,
the! ,best gave a very; enjo1abl.p.rty 8aturd.ynight. Bond gracefully aided Mrs. Voorhis I Br _. a truthfulness In speaking about
machines ,
sewing the best
the decorations and entertainment serving the guests. About fifty of the : I the character of our groceries so
'' '' talking machines; of Erlokson. Yon .
OSTEOPATHY DR; S. 'R.LoyOSTEOPATH: E' carried! ont the Valentine Idea 'ladies of DeLand called daring the I as to retain the first plaoela the
calf) get them too of him on term. .
hours from four to six.
Everyone; had a delightful time. Those hearts of our customers. Quality
! Mr*. C. A. Miller'. sapper last. Saturday Misses Ethel C. F. Walker of Savannah awk... I .
|J. R. Moeeley; graduate of thekvllle present were, and Margaret Messrs. f + kept ap.' Price's- pushed down.
School: of Osteopathy. OnUut iaiHICl*' SCHOOL oP'O TaOPATBI evening was another compliment Watts, Pearl Hackney of Kentucky ua.- ana- -a. -a. Mlnenew- or nerson- '
fc. founder of the Science. _..i. KlrtMlll*,..Jt_i.i ir to Mrs W. T. Parson Covers were WE WOULD NOT '
!: : I Marian Jackson, May Comb of were at the county seat the first of the ,
Ice-The first FOOT of the Carroll' ,. Raw Terk .1,.. -o riu cu t. l... laid for tea at the prottlly; ..ppolntedtabl. Stewart TELL 'A LIEWE ''
Kentucky Mary also Messrs. week. These gentlemen, with other
lotel, aver 0. .. Dreka ft Co.'* Ofllce: Hour: 10 to 12,a:nit 3 to 0tu. p. .. .
toods store. .,'or by appointment. TeL 200. .1 Bapper eU, Powell Hough, Barnett ncorporators, have purchased all the wish to call your attention to our Coffees 'and Teas, j.Z
Ers-0 to 12:30 and 1:30: to B..or by There are hundreds of winter visitor Robinson, the latter of Kentucky.; Walters land down la Kalamazoo The "Barrington Hall," .teel..cut, is the best Mocha;
|ntment.. .Phone 188VFAWCETT !t.i.Tb..t.i 1:1: at DeLand this season who were never Last night's rehearsal for ,"The Creation" settlement, In the south end of the and
r .. Java in lib. '
t. cans at 83 cents and is popular.. :'For :
here before and of ,
course they are all was attended by every member of county, and will convert large percent
'I. ,, Oa belt/a/ DSSLririrv.olountie'aud ...... delighted with the place and this sec- the chorus. We shall look tonight for of It. Into a track farm. The the best 25o. Coffee in ,the city, nothing compares with,our: ;),

ben of,the r Air.Del19dm.XwWt' U<4 of the State. the greatest musical event in our his company hopes to send out 200 cars of "Niagara ;i" once used,' always used. ,A full line! of; Tetley'sand Z +

MD., and.eppr.ehglon'to to eitenJ HreUfcllliaa. our thank'M.U..Jb.m. ,Jphn Temple Graves say of King tory. The committee In charge of the egetable from this property next:: or White Rose Teas in packages aid bulk. !*w ,
"H. I i. a oholar.'aatbprractor) teaclter, concert' have received inqnirie for the following season. Fifty acre ar* Asking for trWwe''acp' .* ]
: L. Bon i a ,
No. %
t East lodlame Ave.foodward's the i "
Eleetrio Light and Ice and and Incomparable oritor 'comblrfedglo -..-a ticket from Sanford Orlando, Lake to be oleared at once and prepared for a
Photograph Gallery) Mr. Harrison, proprietor of "The Besort. on,pom\>I inao/peetipgIn. in accomplished Helen New Smyrna 'and Orange. City; celery farm. Th company I*capitalized Tours' respectfully,' '" ..!It "'. \

LtlceUmlted ." for their donations. to the Depart- and lovable gentleman." The door will open at seven thirty, a'$35.000, and it propose to establish a P .
to.tte; ,Eye.rEsLandThroat' "ione 79 WOODALt
A. H.
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| '"" 1'r-' H*Willat: -the-UniversityAndltorinm and the concert will begin quU.promptly big vegetable industry; on these land, I.

un: 10 to 12(except Sunday),and .. p. B. WEIGHT, Ja.. on- Saturday evening. Chautaaqa ; a* more of the oratorio will be given aid to be a* rich a. land in th. ,
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Lost HI. Suit. If You Want the BEST ORANGE WRAPS Ask for Notice.to NonResidentIn .1

Lad my dresa sultt Not on your the Circuit Court oftlie Seventh Judicial 1 "COAST"LINE :
lite!" replied the man. "I might get It Circuit of Florida, In and for ITLAHTICtl .

I In the neck the -way Corrigan did." Volusla County: I
"What to '; I). B. Van Deman Company: ; RAILROAD
happened ?
Corrlgu a cor 'r.tlon.-pnl, : 1
"Well two ;yean ago a fellow whom 'U N riEl'AP %% 4c.oos. existing undec the! laws of ---7-: I

he knew lightly; borrowed Corrlfran' the State of Florida- \ ) L .: 's==aoe's' feyerywhere. r .:

drew! .ult to go to a d.noo.Ned tblng A. H. Byland.".". := ... ::. .:. '" \.1! 1\ I
Oorrlgan, heard tbat
was the fellow a -
bad ai MT'r' a. To A. H. Ityland: and All Whom It May:
heart .
dropped dead of. disease.Oorrlgan
.5 V
Concern i outl a8t West
went to the funeral to do the h ; 1' You are hereby notified that a suit by ; J'lortl] ,.. ] ,
right thing. When be peeked luto the 1 Ca! garnishment has been instituted by: (I. H.
casket ho noticed the deceased bad 2n Van Deman a corporation under _
bi.dre on I I' C : qj j I the laws' of vomr..ny.: .. yon in the Circuit 111'4 I
ault. The undertaker hiid
a' 4 g 4 Court of the Seventh Judjotal Circuit 5 jATHROUCH
2 iI
picked It out because tt was the only: lie r m r I Iiit of Florida, In and for Volusla county'and 'i : SiRVicP3
dark cult In the fellow's wardrobe. that 9. V. Hough and R. 11. Bond oo-part- I PULLMAN
Corrigan wept real tears whea be saw ners doing business as Hougb" Bond,nave .
been garnisheed by plaintiff In said cause ; ON ALL TRAINS
them lowering the coffin Into the
grave. You and all other persons Interested In said --.
That was his first and last dress (tilt.He ttr' .s cause are required to appear to said action -
vowed he'd never get another.- __ on or !before tbe 2d day: of March A. D. I = ==- --
San Francisco Chronicle. 4tko 1U04$; otherwise)" a aJudgment will be rendered
iu. % U default. CONSULT THE "PURPLE D !t1
iCea against you by i .I9
3 eF 1T41' (Seal) BAM'L D. JORDAN ,
In Doubt.A Clerk ofsald Court

man who doe not mind a joke at rjr F tfl; By K P. HAMLIN, D. C. = --,. : 'j-

his own expense says be went Into a KAY,Attorneys DOOGBTT: for&Plaintiff SMITH, :: For detailed Information schedules, rates 'and 'reservat1, ,' ae

chemist' recently; and asked for. come I tUi :J your nearest Ticket Agent or write or call on
morphine. The shopman objected to I a *
: t giving without a pre crlptlon. I :!. ii11 : Notice. $ K. 1.. POWE. Ticket Agent Atlantlo Coast Line B..B., UeLand Fla.., n,

"Do I look like a mon who would ItI i I I Prn Notice is hereby given th"'it the under J' FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Trav. Pasa. At A. C.I*
kill himself the customer asked. signed guardian of the estate of Virginia J lie k son vi lie, FIa.
"I don't know. I'm sure," said the L I KurU, a minor will on the 24th day: of '* A. W. FRITOT, Division Pas enjfer Agent A. U. L.
February: A. D. 190$. apply to the County .

hoald abopman.be tempted."but If *I*-looked London like Answers;youI I Cfte Best office Judge in of De Volusla Land, for County an order Florida.to sell at the his 'k CII... ... .. ....... .. ...... .... .. ....... ..t
and Use
most economical to one-Brio undivided Interest of said minor In '
the south half of lot No 0 of block No, 12:
Going 8am according, to the Rogers map of the city ofDeLund EAST
F.nnlng-Bo the family: In the flit COOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN RED. Volusla county Florida. FLORIDA COAST RAILWALOCAL :
: next:yours baa a phonograph eh T Bow I NEllIE M. KURTZ.Guardian..
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'I many only records: knows bare! Bat they they:FrlckB.aven /broke their- For Sale by G. A. DREKA & CO., DeLand R. S. MALEY, Daytona This 24th day ol January: 100H TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, I INo. if

I'I best previous record last Sunday by 99 No. :HNo. 29 STATIONS No. 73 No. 74 No.
i five hours and twenty-six: minutest- IRELAND & McCALL, New Smyrna Guardian's Notice. Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally De.

. Puck. .IOI Is the underHigneu 00 Dm 11000.... ,OO.m I Lu...........Jsek.onvllls..An, 7 tO pm I 340 Dm'i u ,
_, O! _berebyiven! .that.. !! ole em sin Ar..St. Augustins .v :: pm ate pm I
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--- ----- ----- i guuro.ai.N; b'I:: :: ui ottiiia i iuuolaa iota 528 am Lv..x.atF.iatka .Ly pm flCh p.
I I and .lumen : ; ., will, .. .....
Martial. a Spanish poet of the first HUSBAND AND WIFE. on nil pm 1. pm .e.r..Botel Ormond..L. 4 6 Pill r'
I Notice. tbe 2o&tb of to the Lv..OfmOfld ._.__L. $22: 866
day February ItOH, apply 1202 sin 186 pill ll 6.m pm Pill cii

smile century Is never wrote good.: 'A"..face that- cannot Th. Pathetlo.. 'Sequel, .to Notice Is hereby !given that six months Notice of Final Discharge County for an order Judge toTsell of V the.,lu one-slxiu lll County undivided Florida. ISIS 12i4 an.am 222*55 pm pm till tlOOue am .Lv.. ::..'.:::::::.Daytona.. .:::::::::::t *Ito 07 pin pm .::11 c:: U1118..m

a Tragedyth. slier date towitt on the 2id day ot June : 817 pm ill pm ,............. ............. 1111 pm Sit Pill III'
Interest of said minors in and
to the north
Alps.Many.years.ago. .. ........ .... U27
A D 1'JliH.) tbe 118II1UJ1 866 1100 117
undersigned administratrix p"
..I. read of tbe estate ol Win. H. Byne will Notice is hereby given that the tinder.sIgned one-half the southwest one-fourth and ...__. pm 1188 pm ..:::........ :. ....:::::::::.L.U64 : pill -14411.
a pntbet present admin strator of the estate 01 John tbe northwest one-fourth of the southeast ... : II 44 am
HEALTH story: which IB constantly recalled of her final accounts to the Hon. County Judge Daugherty deceased will on the let day of one-fourib of tha southwest one-fourth and ii'.m' 460 pm 460 247 pm pin ::::::::::: : :.::::::::::::t 1000 am 1111& 1118 j' ijl7I&.m
INSURANCE' mind as the duties of this coiupllatlo Volusia County Flu. and ask lor a dual July A. D. 1UU8 presenthis final account I tbe east 6% chains of the southwest one- 766 pm tl66 pm ...........W.., palm Beech..Lv 740 am IIC&.III '11I
discharge such administratrix
/ as to the County Judge ol Voltmla fourth of the southwest one-fourth all In 726 sal sue pr. 7011 pm Al..Royal Poinciana..Lv 780 am 1187 alii 111I1 4

i The man who Insures 111* life to" compel and rne.to .rend tbe the records of pit This Deo. 20, 1007. MIRIAM BYNE.Adrnlnstratrlx.:. Florida,ana ask fur a final IT"J'Jt'if CountY'1 Sectional, Township 13 south, Bangs: lola 156 sin am lOW 512 pm pm J a: Lv..Br.sk.r:::::;::;.:::. ..::.::::::::;:.Lv U e am am m :: ,s.j e tI

years reperuse long closed le J, M. east.'liii. .......... ......... 550am Lv....... ...,...IitautL.'Ar -....... ..... III
.wise for his family. ten of my; beloved and live over ngal Administrator. January.22nd, 190aF. ....... .. .......'... 800 A1..... -......... 1111',i
Notice of Application for Tax Deed UDder ..D .Roisatesd..5La.;: ;
; TIle man who Insure his health' the happy; days'when: we were all I Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Lawsof Tbls Jan. 1, 190$. I M. NICHOLAS Guardian."Elastic" 1'i

'I*wte both for his family andblauelf. all to each other- .1 do not remembeall Florida. PALATKA BRANCH

the details of the Incident which s Not'co Is hereby given that Thus Jackson ::. EAST PALATKA Arrive ...._ PALATKA TO Arr "
Impressed rue, but the chief facts wet purchaser of Tax rtillcata No. 71. Palailia TO PALATKA Palatka Pal.tka !CAST_PALATKA p '

I You may Insure health by guard these: dated the tub day nf June A. D., ISIHt. J llO.m ........No. 45 JJaU ........ 140_ ICII am .\" ....No. 41 Ilaliy..l'iii.820.m .
It. It 1s has filed said '
worth oerlillcate In Th9lubcVvsicke
Ing guarding. A married couple were crossing one my ollloe C8 D.II"....... 140.m 1l00.m 49 1>.11"........ I.
At the first attack of disease of the great glaciers of the Alpine regions has made application for tax deed to 'Issue I 5.6 .m .No. 60 D.II"........ IIM.m I1I1O.m 11 D.II"........ nil'
In accordance with law. Said oertiUcate ta 10aill..I
which generally approach wben a fatal accident occurred embraces tbe following described Bee pm pm: .::::: :: := Rn ::::::::..Im pm pm 448 500 pm pm .No.:::::::: 16 DaIly..I::: ::::. IsCli us rIg
) The husband fell down one of the huge property situated In Volusia county, FlorIda : p n '..Ig pm 940pm 67 E::: "I '
: : : :
through the LIVER and manifests crevasses which a found on all glaciers. to-wlt: pm ::: No.: M ::::::: .. pm 1040 p :::::: : II :::: : .

Itself In Innumerable ways The All exo: n 130 ft orw 134JI ft of block 62, SAN MATEO BRANCH e '
rope broke and the depth of the Seville.

chasm was so great that no help could The said land being assessed at the date Bookcase ________ ....v. ,EAST PALATK4 c1:0 ,. -AII MATEO TO 't'j

be rendered nor could tbe body be re name of the Seville issance Co of such Unless certificate said certin-in the and Desk combined. .=a TO SU MATEO M.teo .l!!!!!!.. EAST PALATICA ....

waysfiiifsPills covered. Over the wife's anguish at oats shall be redeemed according to law, ere am ........No.4& DaIlT........ 411O.1D t66.m Ctl Dall'........ III
her loss we must draw the veil of si (lax deed will Issue thereon on the 20tb Permits as much or as utile SM pm as Dall'.........846 pm a&O.m .No.. It Daily........ UI.
book space as wanted. 1106 pp It D.II ....... & pm 1180 pm eo Daily ...lire.\ Izae
lence. Forty ;years afterward saw her dar of February. A. D., 19i>8.
with the guide who bad accompanied witness my official signature and seal Comprises Desk Unit with N..n No.*9 /.17/ MAYPOItT its,. *1ni NO'.k
this the 24th day 01 January A. D.. 1WS.! few or many Book Units as iun. '
save your health. at the time of the accident, stayIng ISB4L] SAM'L D. JORDAN desired. Roomy conven Oni Bahhy exSu.. Rally GaIT Dejloop.
at the nearest hotel at the toot of Clerk Circuit Court Volusla lila, .
County, lent.attractive. call and see 1010am 600pm 'OO.m L..JaoKIODvllIs..r 'sea'plop. lie.. ,11I:"
the glacier waiting for the sea of Ice JI (0' write fr.r-. "-le.' ".; _ Inseam elopta' 540am 1'.P.bIO; Beach..Lv "I&O.m J I 1'1'111' iIJJ,

to give up Its dead for by the well Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under J. F. ALLEN & CO. -... its pm &g.0I 445pm 100pm sttsm QOm: Ar Lv......AtlantioBeaoh..Lv. Mayport.. .::: Lv: asoam atam: nME'm. Ill 4a':1i
Denmark Original .f ThulsT known law of glacier progression the Section 8, Chapter 4888!, Laws of I

Was Denmark the original Thule, the form of .her. .long lost husband.. _might_ Florida. _.. .. _. I AGENTS, __ Oro..... lty"roaell No.ll. NOli. j1II' hn'''' SaO. II.)))11'')
._ L .%.& .4. .I.. h.b. .a'VA.' .... .h.t_. 'r.n. n...
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.i .orlU. vuu i aflM VL .Wit uuituub*, w' DO expectea 10 appear expeuea from DEI.ANU. FLA. siftpmi sroam LV.Haw Smyrna Ar. 100 pm I 80pm llsao an Tltu.v1Ils1.oIiwt
angeClty, purchaser tax certificate No. !hIp, jLv :
I! yond which lay only the Sluggish seal'7, the mouth of the torrent about that dated the 8th day: of June 18D7. has. died I J 411pm 400pm 1100am 1120am i.Ly.Orango,. tat. Ilsiso CityLv.ll08pm Lv. 1916 put 440nnH 601 $lmflgso am.. 4 .eanloni, 4.Y.liOwk! !
l "ytheas; of Massllla, who was about I date. Patiently and with unfailing aid oertldoate in my office and has made 4 U pm 11 8O am Ar'oraqge City Jo' 12 00 n'n I 4 80 pm i. ".''"" '!!"'"!!!!' !,

1 contemporary: with Alexander the t constancy they watched and waited, application for tax deed to issue In accordance P NINSOI.AR AMP OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
Great, Is believed by; some to have I and their hopes were at last rewarded. with law. Said certificate embraces | COVNBCTIOVa AT WitI I
he following described property: situated Close CesucctloM Ms4s at Miami With Stesmialps ol tbs P. O, S. S. ( ,hr
referred to what we now know. Jut.I One day the body was released from In Volusia oounty Florida ..-..111 N1 ASS ACT. HAVANA e
land by'. this name; bat, as I, Its prison In the Ice and the wit. Lota 44. 45 and 0411 l, stlllman sub of AND g B Y WES'i44Tbeu

nothing to show that Pytheas; bad looked again on the features of him block 13, Orange City. r ,'TINS TABLES show tha tlm..at whloh trains m ayb.eap.ii.
Tae said land being assessed tbe rtv and 4.pist rimv Cbs s.srl
at date
atatl.nsi l bat th lr arrival
or dspariesa tbs
visited.Thnle himself be was probablyrather'neue who bad been so long parted from her. of the iSHUapce of such certificate In the Now is the time order 5ttod is Rot e.setsed, cur des. lbs Ogrepsay Iosl4 *lieelt respopaibis fur as esyses 017
about it. Since be seems I But the pathos of the story lay In the ] name of Stillman heirs. Unless said to 0 asy enfl.agn.uo.. a.t.i.sthsrafru.n.Por .
to have represented It as a land of the I fact that she was then an old woman, OfUtincate shall be redeemed according to Cops f abs *.es1 TEm. CarE ei oai..y Ijtey.netea..es
midnight sun,..others have Identified while the newly rescued body was that law, u :x deed will issue thereon on the aith 1 !rxra TIBi.y' .ei'a-z'..
.. day of February 1110$. J.D RAtINER. Militant Ucuesral Pi.is. Art., JrT AUQ05TINB. PW
It as Iceland or even Greenland. and of quite ;young and robust man so witness my official signature' and seal Simon Pure No. 1 1for !
the Thule of the Irish monks of tbe faithfully: had the crystal casket preserved this the 24L11 day of Jan, A. I>. )3110$.
ninth eentnry! : A. D. was certainly: Ice the jewel which It held so long. [SKAL] SAM'L D. JORDAN. .
land. .But the Thule! of Tacltns which The forty; years bad left no wrinkles Clerk Circuit Court Volusia county, .Via your grove and be sure of a large crop next .

lay: near the Orkney Island, must have on that marble brow. Time's withering winter. All the bxtst SIMON PURE
Notice groves use

Chrealeta been part of the SheUaD4&-LoadQD tomb fingers and so could for not a few touch brief him momenta In that In Circuit Court to Seventh Non-Resident.Judicial Circuit FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : John B. Stetson UniversityI .

the aged lady saw the husband of bet of Florida, In and for Volusia County.; : I
;youth as he was In the days; which In ICbancery.mmallne E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville FU.
I C ASTORIA were gone forever.-O. H. Spnrgeon's S. Heath 1 AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO.
I ;
vs .
A utobiog'.nh.I George Lincoln B.athf; ) I !

.01' Xnfr.nts and Ch11dnD. I To George Lincoln Heath T. E. ARNOLD, Agent DeLand, Fla. COLLEGE OJ' LIBERAL ARTS-SUndardi" are Identical Witt, the .

Ha Dad You Hare Always Bought Notice to Creditors. the bill You of are complaint hereby required'tiled herein to appear"against' to I I L shy COLLEGE of Chicago.OF LAW-Gr.dualetl admitted_ without_-. examination? 4 :\ _In, uq.jR

Notice Is hereby given that the under :you in Ute above entitled cause. on or before COLLEGE:! OF TECHNOLOGY. -Klactrinal. Maahanlral.. and __ .
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ilgned hAIl been appointed by: tbs County the 2d day of March 190$. I'DeerIDg. iT J
i Judge of Voluaia county Florida,administrator The Volusia County: Record Is hereby des. COLLEG E FOR TBACHEKS-FlT courses of study for Florida Schodj
of the estate of Cfcarlotla; L. Law Ignated aa the newspaper in which this order "ohe... -
fence, late deceased.,of said county: and shall be published onoe a week lor four USE PREPARATORY ACADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard, Vale, Prino t tf, ,,
4 las duly qualified as such administrator consecutive weeks. MichIgan VssMAl*. *,
r All creditor,lemleaa.dtot.ribuleoo.lUId .11 Witness my: hand and seal of office at Pe- BUBINES8! CIOLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Banklnr., Shorthand. TypawrlMa&
persons having claims or demands againa Land Fla this 80th day of January lOOt ARMOUR FERTILIZERS BO.lnels. Law.SCHOOL .
\ ; _; ; aid estake.iare.' hereby aotiDed to present /[ISULJ] SAM'L D. JORDAN, OF MECHANIC ARTS! -Wood and Iran Working and Menaal*
tbs same duly; authen'tested to the undersIgned TraInIng
.- : Clerk Circuit Court Volusia Count,. Kla.Stewart .
within from the date bere SCifOOL OJ' :MUSIC-PIano, Organ VoIce ofMuatoi8T1STSOJJ
:- : 'hecryflt.tor' ,
oae'.r A Bly. Solicitors for ,
> : : of, or the tGuardian's barred. Complainant "Teacher, .. Course. -
: i RANDOLPH M. LAWRENCE, I SCHOOL 01' W'INr.AB 'Dr wtllll..nct1'alatJnr.ofl'WSteptOIO.: .. pute'* f
: Administrator. Notice.In For Fruit Vegetable and baa Colleges, a Technical Schools. IS Buildings 4MJ In Faculty,5
-' ,.
ret oolldcou..ea.
8. inoB
strong teachers modern equipment, 10 laboratorIes. 2 muaeums i*,

_' "'JL""' .._' I, '10 :-:.:.:.._..".'.._(..CO"..:.,.:; WRIGHT Attorney A WRIGHT. County Vol". .Judge's!.. ."' ..ntv Court.LL.IA.,_. In_..and for Field .e.ball.gymnasium.... """wood_'u and,25__Iron class___ shops.rooms. .,,manual separate_ training dormitories_ and for domestla both sexes:aolenaa.memorial. auditorium.dining.ft....
----- -----10 .v Crops. ."-"v ,
jI I Nrugsn -pianos ncDatlag club, Illerory aocletles.tar leoluri1J
In the matter of the estate of James ,Alkln II courses. Christian; ,
t. asapeiatlons gsnerai UbMry (116.000.
I Notice. son, deceased.TO I volol1\8'I. .peel.I.la. 111
SI1ioiJt.lUo field running track, tennis courts, baseball l[diamond, | ,
I football .
j jI Sarah Atkln""DJ" Ballymoney p.-U..e| eampus shell roads, T
county oement walks shrubbery and trans,
Notice Is that :
hereby given 'II
J guardian ofLawaon: McKlnzle.undersigned Ralph Kaw- ,ABtrlra Ireland; ..aa.llte..an,Brevellln, Following' are Agents In Volusla County: I I eleclrlo Christian (Dot Mt"l.P) .*n>".Pbere, open to all deuomloatlons, steam heal" 'It..
I, .. has, Nellie Bawlins Brown Peter Raw Ballymoney county, Antrim, Ireland; I .. lights electric bells. concerts, fraternities, exhibitions, receptions, n tii
llns and Edna BHWIins, will on the 10th Thomas Atkinson, 128 Main street,Marr- Z. T. BIELBY, Deland Florida I ISJi1ll.>sl2Le"'lrl'""> Mvattendanoe now biggest in latorv rf *
day March A D J908, to the bill J..go".lIootJand; Elisabeth Aiken- patron no money Pared- Btetsob 1. for Florida IInIIt I
apply I last, and all
Judge of V'olu.Ia for head. lialoombe, Wellington, North E. F. BAENEY PATILLO & CO. the uma. ia:
i.i i. order to ..lIlbe following county described property an Island. New Zealand; Kate Scott Wain' DeLeon Springs Port Orange I For Infortuaton, eatalogues. bulletins, views,sad folders, address i\h

i ;: rsa..caalook.tJ'O..caa'tIoo. towiti-SwM of the sw}< cubs awH New rate Zealand South Canterbury.; Sarah Kiley.South Alexander Island I A. B. PREVATT J. P. MACE, I PRESIDENT LUICOt.N.BULLEY. A. M.Ph.: D.,DeLand, Florida f\
section 19, township 17 south raag.31aut : street, Cavenham Derniedin South Seville Lake Helen i_. ab
containing ten 1 and '
aerea more or leas
: ... Island New Zealand Ellen C. O.
the swK of neH of section 19, township 11 CartiidTaranki ; McFadiren, 'I BOSTKOM. W. P. WILKINSON. .
" YsAji I 2d '. ". south range 31 east, as the property; of said land; ,AanleAtkiasonUtchhieldMeekleeounty North Ormond New Smyrna _inBOQd
minors. Minnesota Andrew GRUBER-MORRI3 HDW. CO. PUTNAM & FOWLER
I t __ ,, PesNue This February 10th, A.OEO.D. 1908.P. COLBY residence unknown;; and all other Atkinson per. Daytona Oak thu '

t PORCH SHADES Guardian. sons Interested: A. T. PATILLO, HARPER & MINSHKW Lumber/ \ ompawrf
i Whereas Walter S. Chambers, ss ancillary Octeen Plerson
administrator of the estate of James D. F. WETHERELU
I We ale exclusive: agents at DeLand Notice to Atkinson. deceased, baa Died his 0 S. GLAWSON. Will quote
.N.Qn.ResidentIs petition you prices
Hill supply from
: Holly Hawks Park you, their vards the depot
for these Porch Shades. Just the thing setting torth that there are debts due andowing at DeLand with_ ._.._.d-..nr- .. __,r__ _._near_ I
for your Ycrandas during the hot sum- .Circuit.. Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit by the estate of the said James Atkinson .. n u : mer sun. Call at our store and of Florida In and for Volnala '-* d""" ....... and that the personal I I
, examine.: : County. In Chancery. property Is Insufficient' to pay the same, and Lumber Flooring Ceiling
7 that the said, James Atkinson died seUedsad : Mouldings
Grace Hamilton Ollphant. C ,
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of the
following describedreal .
Complainant, I I estate, lying and being In the county: of q
P Fled B. v., :. :. .., Voluaia, state of FlorIda. towlti The west I L -LathsrEtfr r 1
DSeiidant.J' JUO feet of the east(MO feet of block 40, aoeordlng -
: Y 5 Ep To Fred U01ftlb.nlf" -.. to Grant's map of the town 01 En- All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick,Cement, etc:., promptly
S terprise, on die in the office of the Clerk of anowhere in the .-* _delivere41Shthgles
a Yon.. .hereby required" to appear to the the Circuit Court of Volusla County, FlorU cityDeiand ,
a .p"rI'.od"lI. bill 01 complaint ilIad herein In
a&aID.lyou da. Also an undivided one-fourth interest TYPEWRITERS
a,,, .b.htrFrry'd. the above-entitled cause on or before the la the southwest quarter of the northeast iEE
:. .U ar.t.sk. a MT.CIMM... by F.trmeT.1 them- 4th day: of May,A. 1>. 1908. .. quarter of section da, township la south ....
i bvcoofltenc* The Volnala County Baoord le berelty range W east; also aa undivided oneqnarler '
In tttvra becauMthey designated. On _.papa... In which this interact In lot 1, subdivision, of lot 2. HAVE Sat adJl Jrfillk ltJ.
-r" be know ni4 theycan order shall. tJe published once. a .week.Aw block. 7 according to aasoisor's. map of the 4.Y
apon -
h.lhe..k. of
<< t
Enterprise, on file In the office of '
want Doi.t with clicspfxtti vperi- Wltosee my band and seal of offloe at De- the Clark: of the Circuit Court of Volusla J. T. OAIRNS. Propr. and 'Manager. k"
., your pur.ty&tiabuyInt**- Land, Flav.. this 10th day of February, ..D County, Florida< ; praying In and by said The DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHINES secured by the wide .
.,-. I' late. 1 w -, .j -- JORDA1t. petition that he may have the order of the typebar hanger and heavy typebar.COMPLETE DRESSEDSaSSSgrt
_. atevtUsMntontbyj [SBaDp SAM'fi D. Court directing! him to take Into possession

., 110.S._eottstclvnUoiud Inutworthyraac.. ,. J. Lan MCCKOKT, Clerk. ae administrator hereinbefore of described the estate ss, the assessed real estate to VISIBLE WRITINC AND ROUGH LU M B--S" '

'vsr, HoUellor for Complainant the estate, for the payment of debts and .
= i
f sell the same for said. purpose together INTERCHANGEABLE CARRIACES ; ; i ; SC11 i
: ._I .- Notice of Application for Tax Deed UDder witb tae Incidental charges of sale; Door assresBtss
Section 8 of Chapter 4884. Lawsof TABULATOR CARD WRmNO ATTACHMENT Shedding
Now Therefore This le
to command '
Florid-- *. he said Sarah Atkinson Jane Stewart yon,, LINE INDICATOR TWO-OOLOK RIBBON Congacta taka t9r11 ?** and : 'w. y ""VPATENTS I Notice I. hereby given<< that Gee N Doaler. Thomas Atkinson.. Elizabeth Alkenhead. DETACHABLE!: PLATEN BPEED ESCAPEMENT ,erect\OQ\ of any kind of a building
U. 8.sad .
isc.iontIiiti Xm-Jan
purchaser ot Tax "erUa.,. No J-J* dall; Klley.: UolTadgen. DELAND I
the 4th day of April A. D., 18W. has filed Annie Atkinson, Andrew Atkinson. and all FLORIDA.'HALSBTS .' ,
said oartiooate in my omoe. and has nude ol'her person Interested, to appear on the typewriter than the Fox has SOMe of these features, -
application for tax: deed to isane In aoeordanoav astadayof March, A. 1) 1008, at my office no other has them ALL. The Fox stands alone as a mechanical mar '
with law., Bald enrlifioal em. III the COUrt house, at DeLand. Fla., and vel la typewriter building. 'MACoi'A'jDistance'
Ipj bro_' the IbUowlniC described property show eaiiee why the prayer: of said petition It U the mechanical excellence of a ;
typewriter that
situated .In should not be cnnled U prove. Its
VoluaUcounty Florida any you have.
to-wUi worth and
1 Modal,.aatcb or pl *oa year : '
WK of"neX of swx of nwK, seatloa 10 It I* ordered that this citatatlon be pub out lender all)kinds of strain. yearl Long Phones.
U lished In the Voluaia ,
towaahlp sooth,range SO east County Record, a '
.ma.*Id land hrlnsj eseessed e' the) date weekly.. ,. newspaper, for fonr eonseoutiveweeks. Prove Advertised the Fox statements making general claims prove nothIng :aa Ocean; ; Street,
of the laeuaaoe of such eerUflcate In the by a comparison In your office at our expense.

: sea ell .. L. WUkI_.z Unlaae' asAI Witness) say band and offlclal seal this 4th Write.for beautiful' catalog Juat Issued, r. Jacksonville, Florid .
eertHoate shed be rederaed aooordlng to ,day: OfF.beuaryA.D. UW.J. .
law; lax deed 'will, lana> thereon o* the (1btAJ.: LEE MoCHOBT, OWEN Portable and Stationary :n"J
,, l,1IIb day: of March,A. !> 1SOS. 'I"" ..of the County Judge's TYPEWRITER, COMPANY : and) B&lerfJ a-f MlA .AV !o4

"I! r, f-AT EMT > .f Ht FTfi WltMeesy ocHclal sfgasture and seal Court, of Volusla .Conaty; Injr Machinery and 8upp ". <
this tile 14th day of February, A. D, 190B. Tlorlda.aJiDiS 313 Zack Street plete line carried hr.tOd:1 .' 'fIeII'
: r w r : SeaJ) SA MI.B.JORDAN 4 A: rrsa, -' -TAMPA. FLA. 1'1: :
"J Terms.iWltsjforcataJoe.,, rwlUMOIdat ?
-ClsrkClreuU Court VolusU county, i'Li. Attotneje for UM ...... .
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