The Volusia County record
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 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: March 13, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00220
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Smoking Said; to Serve aa an Index te I

A person who smokes a cigar with! THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS I

the label bund on .In always a vulgarian Pet Fads and Aversions as Displayed CORRESPONDENTS. Absolutely / '
; a person who displays two Inchesof
I ash adhering to a cigar Is generally: at Table. -- Pure I Iwr

ostentatious; a person who selects a Pierson.There I
cigar because It Is aprlukled with light .4. 1

spots Is nil Ignoramus who credits any I ODDITIES OF' FAMOUS MEN. .
Is some sickness In this community
for Infants and Children.
popular report and a person who at present so.. .1
chews up the end of a cigar or a cigarette .,
torla is a harmless substitute foe Castor Oil, Pare- Dinner of Mashed Potatoes P. G. Ekman ..
Byron's Capt. of
Is more often than not of an Tampa was .. From
gone, Drops and, It la l'leo iuit. It
rontalns'neither Opium, Morphine nor other NawotloHUbstauce. trnscllile or peevish nature. So says and Vlnegir and What Came After, among our visitors last week .t:. Grapes,

i It destroys AVorms and allays l-'cverinluieHS. the London Tribune which adds: Erasmus Could Not Eat Fish and It. All the working people here are busy the
. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth- Smoking Is also a grunt test of natural Odor Thr.w Him Into a Fovsr. planting and replanting most healthful
Inn Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the courtesy In any lndlvl pal. One corn. I
(Stomach and Bowels* R-lylntr healthy and natural sleep. can trace selfishness boorlsbness Belt Most of us have met some eccentric Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ashley of this' of fruits the
I The Children' Panacea The Mother's Frlend.l assertiveness. timidity or good temperIn diner whose differences from I those o' place went to DeLand Sunday. comes i ; ,

n smoker's demeanor lu any mixed the other guests were noticeable. And B. B. Minshew '
0 Kind You Have Always Bought a thorough business chief of
l company. Judging upon the example eccentricity is an elastic word which hustler, i is at home after several day ingredient ,
1 Bears the Signature of of :'11'. Kipling. It has been asserted may be applied, as will be shown. In spent in Sanford. i -
that the man who knocks biB pipe various directions. Sometimes It Is
ashes out Behind the parlor couch Is genuine a whim or characteristic Oscar Baker of Little Egypt has ,

usually a genius. But this Is a somewhat which I la inherent Sometimes It Is tbe treated himself and family to a handsome .; OYALV

empty assertion, and at any rate result of a desire to appear singular harness mare and baggy t n '

It comprises a belief that Is In nowise and attract notice. To this latter motive J. J. Hughes' new two story residence .
shared by housewives and landladies.As .
was due Byrou's uuuuu-
probably In west Pierson is nearing completionand N.ja .
a concluding rule for diagnosing trlclty at some dinner tables when refusing b The only baking I
In Use For Over 3O Years. character by tobacco habits, It may be to everybody's astonishment, when finished It will be a model. powder ,,_

accepted that the best men smoke the ordinary dishes of each course, he J, J. Peterson made a business trip to' c -- made from Royal

quietly and without ostentation offer simply mashed potatoes ou his plate DeLand last week. John is a sober ..

you a good clear without a prepara and poured vinegar over them eating truthful, law-abidrng mulligan guard h Grape Cream :

_Professional ctQrts.) V/OLU8IA COUNTY ABSTRACT, tory oration on Its coat and merits and them in silence and drinking only soda right. of Tartar .
___ INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR smoke their pipes. and cigars out to water with them. The chronicler of .
Ti w>araai"a: COMPANY. Ralph Pye of Emporium Pa., II
ANCE the end. When a man |la concerned because this episode dryly adds that In the yonng- I lei
Aids his friends are not smoking with est brother of Mrs. J. A. Harper of this +9
W. PERKINS, evening Lord Byron went to a club
Fish D. LandIs.
Bert Cary place arrived last week and entered rtY
him. be is a to be cultivated.
and there had an ,
- President Sec y and Treas. supper ) ;ew ,rwS
such as a commonplace people would school here Monday.D. l'P
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LAW, Titles Insured. COMFORTING WORDS. enjoy. The great bard'a eccentricityat T. Elder of Terrell county. Oa., is I Costa a filch more thin the injuriout alum
Abstract! furnished and titles perfected. dinner led to various minor ones in this balmy, healthful air for awhile of limo
or phwphilo powders but with
eLand, Florida Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup- Imitating It under the Idea that itconferred for the benefit of his health. He
came t Q Royal are niro of healthful food.K .
plied. distinction for you pure
and Federal even as a
In State
'practice Volusla County Bank. l last week Wednesday.
Opposite Many a Florida Household Will Find
Courts similar reason they copied his turndown < .
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:t.!! _- DmLAND FLORIDA Them so. collar and loosely knotted tie. Capt. John Horn, formerly machinist .ffK

'!;o-l the and blacksmith for the Lake
Condiments are among commonest George
To have the pains and aches of a bad
P illustrations of this peculiarity Logging Company, Is at home for a few

back removed; to be entirely free from There lea very old story-nearly a days rest with borne folk. _. ---- --- _-_ ____ _u___ __ ___ .__
CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR dangerous disordersis
TTORNEYS-AT-LA annoying, urinary century old In fact-of a diner In a
SALE ON EASY TERMS enough to make any kidney sufferer coffee room who ate no mustard., which The snbdistrict school here is in a SAVE THIS ANYWAY.Put A Year a 8p. .eoh.

MTaoh-ia B nk DriLANIX gratetnl. To tell how this great cbange so irritated another who held the gen thriving condition. No school in the The late Justice Hawkins of England -
office over Po.tolitBmlding.DAY'l'ON A $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE can ba brongb abont will prove comforting eral! opinion about It that after offering county can excell: It with Miss Loin was once trying a prisoner for L

Beat Peich Section .In tb. SUM words to hundreds of Florida It at Intervals to the other be Parrlih at the helm ns teacher. in Sate Place, for it May robbery with ,violence and when the

tU ox Fla.. readers. jumped up with the cruet and said, E. C. Byrd and his beautiful young expected verdict of guilty bad been
Flab S. A. BAKER, Seville Come
'11 >:audis Bert A. Oerting, seaman, of 419 .. St., "Confound It, air you shall have mus wife, nee Helen Cede, of Turpentine Handy.Here delivered he curtly sentenced the man
LAND & FISH tard!" Some few people'' dislike salt Is to five years' penal servitude.The I
Pensacola, Fla., tells how to do it. He City, attended Sunday school and vIsit- a simple home-made mixture
W. C. CANNONS'Livery which most deem a necessity. Indeed prisoner, a burly old convict,
From with Doan's as given by an eminent authority
rXORNEYS and COUNSELORS- aye: my experience ed mama here Sunday afternoon. on
Kidney Pills I can strongly recommend some years ago a letter appeared tu Kidney diseases, who makes the state was a man of ungovernable temper
F p| AT-LAW Feed and Sale Stables.Fine print from a lady who expressed her Samuel T. Smith, car inspector of and the severity of tbe judge's sentence
in New
them to anyone in need of a good medicine ment a daily newspaper,
I'M opinion that salt was most Injuriousand so enraged him that be successfully l
\*'* DeLand Florida Lakeland passed here last week, returning -
Fashionable TurnoutsBus that will relieve almoet of
for the kidneys. Kidney complaintand any case
1 resisted tbe warders and
ill In State and Federal was never used In her household, indulged
MM Practice Courts. meets all trains at A. 0. L. Depot. I backache caused me suffering at in- saying indeed. If we remember rightly I from Waycrosa lo which place Kidney trouble if taken before the stageof In n perfect torrent of virulent

'3 for examining and Harks meet morning and afternoon F E. ervals for years. The first or second that even her bread and butter be was sent on Important business for Brlgbt'e disease. He states that such abuse directed toward the occupant of
O. By. trains vt Orange City, and night Company.
::rfccting land titlesttMoCRORY trains at DeLand Junction. U. S Mall were homemade to avoid a particle of symptoms as lame back pain in the the bench.
both routes aoks meet bouts Beresford.. attack I did not mind bnt as time went the mineral being used at her table. The Hnbbard sisters l Misses Rosa and side frequent desire to nrenate especially "I make the sentence six years," Interjected 4

Gentle horses and csretul driver. by they grew worse and at times laid Some people eat salt Instead of sugar and Lizzie of Lake Lelen, were in this at night; painful and discolored his lordship Imperturbably.

Phone 3. DeLand Fla. I me np. I could hardly walk and it was with puddings whether from actual I abiding place last week visiting relay urination are readily overcome. HereIs But even that did not check the man's

___________ _. u ____ __ a difficult matter to straighten atter preference or the wish for singularityseems : tives. They are both young ladies with the recipe; try it: mad desire to let Justice Hawkins
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand stooping while the kidney secretionswere doubtful. Others repudiate the sweet charming manners know "".bat he thought of him"

i' Anyone wishing to buy, I Irregular and unnatural. Doan's mere suggestion of pepper. On thc Representative D. F. Morrison of Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half "I make the sentence seven yean,"
ounce; Compound Kargon one ounce; said
other hand. cayenne Is sometimes eaten the judge when the convict stop-
Florida. Sell or exchange real estateor Kidney Pills cured me. From: personal with everything. Edmund. Kean In Burberville \vaa in this balmy air Saturday Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla three pod for breath after a particularly vile
I know that this remedy :
his latent years used It Is said to afternoon. Capt. Morrison is one ounces. Take teaspoonful after each Berles of Insults.

:K- Wrliht. S. B. Wright, Jr. personal property; to Ran be depended upon to" fulfill the drink brandy with cayenne In It. a of the beat men to be found on God' meal and at bedtime.A Then suddenly common sense seemed
representations made for it. beverage which Is mentioned ns 1mv footstool the very kind it takes to makeup well known druggist here in townis to come to the man. He made as*If

BRIGHT & WRIGHT borrow or lend, enquireof For sale by all dealer Price 60 cent Ing been liked also by Peter the an honest truthful Christian gentle authority that these ingredients- are to continue his abuse but pulled him

I: ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Foster-Mllbnrn Co., Buffalo New York Great when staging at Saye's court. all harmless and ea'!ily! mixed at home self up.
PUBLIC the DeLand Realty Co. sole agents for the United States. Mint sauce everybody likes wIth roust man.Mr. "If I don't dry up I s'pose you'll
shaking well in bottle. This
Remember the nameDoan'Bandtake lamb but some eccentric diners haveIt and :Mrs Harry Ditmas of Kings by a mix make it a liter" he said, resignedly
Ore at Telegraph Office county N. Y sojourning at Emporla tare has a peculiar healing and soothing
(Incorporated) DeLand no other served with every Joint which Is a and followed the warder down tbe
!cS.IW, FLORIDA. peculiar taste, Indeed and one which for a season, accompanied by Mrs Harvey effect upon the entire Kidney and Uri dock steps without another word. .

-'!,- Florida' would hare been a fine theme for Bowin were on this soil last Friday. nary structure, and often overcomes I
Electric Light Bulbs. Charles Lamb The eating of raspberry These ladles are excellent horseback the worst forms of Rheumatism in just Seven Wonders of the World.

ALEXANDER, T. E. ARNOLD, It has been remarked that the effec jam with roust veal Is another riders and can mount and ride any high a little while This mixture is said to We have no indication of the existence -

Lt five life of Incandescent electric lampsIs peculiarity variant of the general mettled bronco on the yard. remove all blood disorders and cure the of a cycle of seven wonders until
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Sec'y and Treas. much longer with clear than with custom of having red currant jelly Rheumatism the kidneys about! the mil of the second century
by forcing to
ground glass bulbs. E. P. Hyde explains with saddle of uiuttou. which Is Indeed The slobbering hppy enemies to the n. C. Then appears In an epigram/: of
Office< in Bank Building this fact as follows: A thin deposit an exquisite combination. railroad companies and wealth have filter and strain from the blood and system Antlputer of b.' (!25 Florida. Insure with us. of carbon i Is formed on the In all uric acid and fool decomposedwaste
i DeLand Other strnngo antipathies for commonplace thumped banged and mauled until the seven great works which prove to be
UI Practice in State and Federal Now is the time.Spot terlor surface of the bulbs, and this edlbies are recorded Thus Atlantic Coast Line Company has seen matter which cause these afflic I the very ones Inter appearing as the

x,11. Courts absorbs a certain portion of the radiation I Cardan loathed, egg; !Neither boiled fit to cut out the wires and discontinue tons! Try it if yon aren't well. Save seven wonders. They are ((1)) the walls

cash for losses. from the filament. When the nor penciled, hnd they for him the the telegraph service at this place, De- the pre crlptlon.Ti' of Babylon ((2)) tbe statue of Zeus at
;'iU. A. DAVIS, glass Is clear the light passes straight agreeable associations they hare for Leon Springs and Pomona. What next Olympia, ((3)) the banging gardens of '
A- U should be protected.R through, suffering a definite loss from most of us The mere sight of them Souilramls at Babylon. ((41) the Colossusof
irBYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the carbon film. When the gloss is made his gorge I'I.e'ha t would will these chronic wooden head still S.< IJC:
'""if DELANO FLORIDA. you insured ? frosted the light undergoes many reflections Charles Lamb have said of a Hanoverian house, dream trap, socialistic agitators phis, ((61) the mausoleum of Haltcarnas-

(HBoeat residence. Indiana' avenue In the Interior of the bulb gentleman who was distinguished do. How It la ?Mct'a: a.-d' the Ration It pile, (TI) the temple of Diana (Artemis)

1 mt Court House. Every company reliable. from the Innumerable facets and at for hiM fonts In hunting, Herr The fishermen -rought in fine strings llit 3 In the Air. at Ephesua. Within the next century

CHBoa Hours: 9 to 1i. II to o. and 7 to 8. each reflection It loses something on Vanghuln. who fnlnted lit the sight of of fish the past week Jodge Cade and Of nil llrev.or" mint Is more beautiful Vnrro, by his leisurely allusion to the "

When does your policy expire ? account of the obstructing film. The roast pig? M. Chenne. secretary to his clerk Will Walters went Friday afternoon I'm.n: n |1' 'I'uI'hlll(' point of view spptom opera !betrays that the saying
siB&" consequence Is that the total amount Francis I. detested had already assumed current
that general favorite >r n.oit: generally popular than the proverbial
I VIDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D. Is your policy In force ? of loss Is much greater with ground the apple as the sight of one and caught 14 flue trout Axel sty 1 1"WIt't. form. Dlodorus. In the second

glass than with clear glaasII'. Hagstrom caught 15 trout and perch, half of the same first B. C.
number made his nose bleed. The learned 'l Tin powder Ingredients. lire sulphur century ( ).
?PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Telephone sixteen. Hyde's experiments show that the filament Trasraus could never eat fish Indeed., bat the champions of this neck o' the ('h"I''ulil mid saltpeter, roughly In the speaks, too of "the so called seven

*tIIf.. HON INSURANCE AGENCYU lasts as long in the one kind of It Is sold that Its odor even was BO Injurious I woods were Mesdames Jake Harper and proportion! of fourteen twenty-six and works," anti Strabo. a little Inter, uses
Office on East New York Avenue bulb as In Uu other.-Youth's Comnanios to the great Dutchman that It Nels Pierson and Misses Mettle, Frank- sixty respectively. Except In the case the very phrase, "the seven wonders"

.614 jj j DELAND FLORIDA. will find us at caused feverish symptoms. On the! ie and Leanie Pierson, who went angling of military or life sating rockets the From this time on, at least these tam

other hand Quln the actor every year Saturday afternoon, and after drowningtwo cylindrical case Is of paper or paste mlraculn have an assured place In all r

S. MUNSON. I Stetson and DeLand. Do You Think In the latter part of his life Journeyedto quarts of worms In Bonaventure board somewhat constricted at the the common 1 lore nf Home. i
jIt.; the west country to eat John Dory fuse end. Into this the powder 1 Is
Yourself f Lake they bad" to get help to carry their
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the sea. The famous fish home. rammed tightly a conical space being I
I6MEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. HODQKIN'SWagon Or. do yea open Tour mouth Ilk. a young scholar Seullper blanched even at the left for the Insertion of the quick -
>IrIS t\d pip down whatever food or medj- sight of water cresses. Major M J, McLendon of Priceville 'match which passes through the constriction ,
Door: South of Fisher's be offered dropped in to see the writer and to Often The Kidneys Are
:Second ,ins \ your Very oftun the unfortunate man who pay or "chokehole. Into the mass
"""*:f Drug Store. Shop > really Is the victim of Internal nhints bls subscription for another year to The of |ioi\tier.
I linos, HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to firDeLand r n Intelligent thinking' woman, Is not believed to be so, but privately.If Record Saturday afternoon. Jake as he This forms the body of the rocket Weakened by Oter-Work.
7 to 8 m. la need I from weakness, _
, t -p. Florida. DeLAND FLA. pain and iuXxinsthan It means much to not aloud. In clmrncfei'lzeil, as faddish (IS called, is a dead level Andrew Jackson which Is closed at the top with a plaster Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
therXA .. not to say impertinent. But while sod of best of paris plug. Through tills a
you that fine tried and tine hon. Mulligan guard ooo the democrats It used to be considered that
tG Everything in Wagons Baggies Carts, medirlne n. wx.wroroer rrow., cold b1 such peculiarities as these are due to on earth and who like a true swull hole filled with a fuse communicates urinary and bladder troubles were to only be
etc., manufactured and repaired in my drugylala. fur the cure of woman'!. Ilia. the stomach that Imperious organ with the conical shaped head
Joshua takes traced to the
stock ,
Tammany never any ,
Shop in the very best workmanship i 4 :* .*> there are others In diners which ore holding stare, serpents| crncke or gold but now modern ,
SORt 'I known.Only first-class men employedand The makers of Dr. Pierce' Favorite PnecrlDtlon. > those of prejudice, habit and occasion- In the popnlistlc, socialistic air bleachIng or silver ruin. The whole Is. of course, I science that
[ JOHN REEVE flret-class work turned out. I have I .for the cure of weak nervous, ran- ally the liking for unpopular Vle'B.Such wigiiletail, tight crupper trap attached to a Blender atlck to direct Its nearly all proves diseases
added to down. overworked debilitated pain-racked
ably my pianta
I boozer of the Glrard Kansas
policies flight have their
women.knowing this medicine to be made UD diners by no means add to the beginning
of Ingredients every one *t which baa the enjoyment of ordinary people at n Appeal to Reason. On the fuse being Ignited and the in .the disorder ol I
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.DELAND, FLA. tronsreet possible Indorsement of the leadln "hospitable board" as the old world main cylinder of powder exploded the .. these most important.

and atandard authorities of the several phrase runs. Thus there Is the guest enormous iinntty| of heated gases generated organs
school of practice, are perfectly willing, and who Is worrying hlmsulf and, everybody The thousands of beautiful shade force their way downward The kidneys Alter
In fact only too glad to print they do. and purify the blood-
are a*
trees about DeLand are patting on their
the formula or list of Ingredient of which else about possible drafts auotli through the narrow box. urging the that is their work. '
la I la composed. *n flatn Xnglte/i: on every er who ostentatiously declines fish and spring growth. They are the water rocket upward lu the alr.-Pear on'a. Therefore when your kidneys are weakor

VOORHIS bottle-wrapper. soup and limits himself to the roustand oaks, apd are very nearly evergreen out of order you can understand how
/\ 67. ,- also has the foolish but by no trees as they do not shed any of their Power of Habit. quickly your entire body is affected and
.. Dentist YrA Tb formal of Dr. Plerc'a Favorite Prescription means uncommon Idea that It IH un last year's leaves until just as the new The power of habit was strikingly bow every organ seems to fail to do its
will bear the
raoat critical xamlna-
of medical for wholesome unless dried 1 np to an arid spring growth Is coming out. These : Illustrated not long ago In a shirtwaist duty. ,
tlon eiperts. tt contain. no If sick "feel bosuntaking
are or badly
A ,
jfd. B1tio I; DeLand'Fja. alcohol. ..arcotlcbarmCIII, or hablt-formln- brown. If salt be n thing to be sliun- beautiful trees spread a gracious BLade factory. One woman who had you the. great.kidney.,remedy. DS
drugs and no agent enten Into It that 1* not ned by some gastronomes, others him, doue nothing but sew up the seams of Kilmer's because
tin: aso to 19 and 1.80 to 4 throughout the year and are among the Swamp-Root aa soon
highly recommended by the most advancedand the same notion-which they do not greatest attractions DeLand possesses. sleeves for four years was taken off as your kidneys are well theywill''help < ypt?

leading of their medical several teacher achoola and of practice.authorItlea keep to themselves, to pepper. Tomatoes that particular job and was asked to all the other organ to health. I A. trial .
> are a bugbear! to some mackerel run up seams In tbe body of the will convince anyone.
anlhorltiee reoommend the ,
ie e inrredlenteTor.
I Letter to Prof C A Keith
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1 1S'MAtlDrR.OOODMAN I'itrce'a' Fii'oif'oPrewrT-flon, forth* to others. Some eyeIn disapproving walsta. She complained that the If you are sick you can make no mistake
silence the others who ent In DeLand. Fla. byfirst doctoring your ..fcidaeya.
Cursor px.cily the gutrm a tlmpnts lomblch change made her so nervous that she
sa lwor' orne' m., k n. a ad.I..d. the ordinary. manner, they themselves Dear Sir: Here's another problem for could not work. The mild and the extraordinary effect of

$ MMAOBIf'( J : -:' LiI w L. pie dining by ctrlct rule with various otnla- those arithmetic and algebra scholars: "But what Ia the difference asked Dr.kidney Kilmer'a remedy.Swamp-RootJ. ie.,sooa(....Uaed..u thai: great

(> i.Telepeone.* ) .. Po, No other medicine for woman's Ills has any stone In the courses; also there Is the If Devoe Is worth $1.73 a gallon and the foreman. "Theru U nothing but a stands the highest for its wonderful cotes
( .. 1134r;' f\ '> cOLilTIRe. SETTER such prof' eaalonal endonwment aa Dr. PI...,.'. diner who experiments: as It were, on spreads a half farther than average straight seam here. Just the same aa of the most distressing; easeavaadjavaoli! *

.'Ave r ry DB LAND" /PL.(. Can,' set year Tire,I without taking, Favorite Prescription recommendation has received of each In the of unanallflad Its- ols food tasting each morsel tentatively paint and wears twice as long, what is yon have been uaed M." on: it. !Imwit by: all |
and with dubious deliberation! if "
". wheels from vehicle. w We take: ont no ....Inafedlenta by scores Of I.adln.- as average paint worth a gallon pot-on "I know replied the 'woman with druggistIn fiftycentand _
bolts, rub no paint or burn four felloes cal men of all the schools of practical :Is he were not sure he were not being! paintrrs' wages being |3 60 a day and a true feminine logic "bat it Isn't oaedoU.r"dtld' y
with a hot tire. Come tend aee' I U work such- aa endorsement not worthy of yon poisoned. There are those who lire day's work a gallon of paint. alee".." bottle ,u1oisnrsay
S.. 'TAYLOR' and yon will never have ;your Tires Bell consideration T fretful 1 if there Is the least want of The answer ia mlnns 91.711 a gallon. And It did Indeed prow. to be a fact have mail tejnpla free, alao bottle s..s.papaa'
by paMnphlet tailing
'" kaagaia.' > mathematical accuracy In laying the That Is could afford to that owing to her four of yea
: you paint with yean: steadywork bOw to find ont Ulyon I hm, kidney CII
((SURGEONDENTISTrrNew Thanking TOO for you prrong In A booklet of Ingredients endorsements with nnm.roaaaathofaUve tablet who are savage If their vpvcMI, average paint if somebody gives'it to oo,,sleeves It took her.fally that bladder trouble. Mention this paper-> '
.1n' 'Brick. Block the past aDd hoping; a.oontlntunre In, leading medical authorities of this country by the I knives and forks ore absent. who 1I\l you and pays ball the painters' wages" many; weeks to overcome her nervousness when -writing Dr: Klhae &: Co.J BtaakaBtoUN. (>
; the future, I remain ,will mailed frt' to any one aandlna- name waya have dry toast or the like at every Your truly sufficiently to run the machine at V"<=> Don't mak any mistake, r ;;t
Second Floor 'Yours' to serve 'i, sad addreaa with request fop aamejb Address meal I nod who converse on tuff lat 'i 44 F W DEVOE &CO her accustomed apeed when sawing'an- but remember the name, Swamp-Hoot,. a
j10DOKINS.l D a. V. ra.daJG.1C.. T. eat food *. London Globe. Dr. Kilmer's'Swamp-Root and) UMradAnte ><)
.ScOfl Bear other part of the walst, -Exchaac/: :
Land a- .; f lorlda P. S -a. W. Fisher sells our paint. '
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COUNTY RECORD. county voted to remain 1 KENTUCKY DAY IN DE LAND. At DeLand Churches.: FOR TAX VULLKCTOR.

To the People of Voluua County:
dry at the wet-and-dry election -
decided to again become a '
held there Tuesday.. The major- Hundreds Were Out Yesterday to PrethjUrlaa Ckarch candidate I have for the office of tax col- I

Intend: I. thai PcsrtoaBoai at De....... Flaw ity was 15 in favor of the drys. Rev. Benjamin, & Knapp Pastor. lector at the approaching primaries 2 10> ft 1Row 1 -
M aeeo.d.aas.-& Enjoy the Event.In Sunday school at 9:43. Morning service and respectfully solicit your votes aDd'UfPOrt.
The red nose brigade will openno of worship and sermon at 11 "

B. E. rEBTATT KittUr. Proprietor. saloon in that county. tncbans February residing last at year DeLand, former formed Ken-anassociation o'clock. served you that in this knowledgeof capacity Now is the time to do your Building.
and believe my
oat at Blue 300 eUadlst BBlieeaal Chirch ..tll. before and wait till Summer when you'" "'
Hon. E. Alexander Lake nearly the details of the office my ex- Don't
James of
Sunday school every Sunday morning in better positionto
If the tourists wish to enjoy this place] has qualified before joining.Yesterday was the second meetlDg..Dd a110. m.; preaching 11 .. m.; Ep- perience serve places you satisfactorily me a than a new can't get labor. Let us bid on yourBuilders' '_

i the finest weather Florida can worth League at A-43 p.m ; preachingat and untried man, or one not familiar Material and Hardware before
the State Committee candidate
as a teams were taking "Kentucky 0>1- 7.30: p m. Prayermeeting every with the work of the office.

give they should remain in the for one of the delegates-at- onels" and their families out there all Wednesday night. Very reapcctfu Prices go up again. .We.have.olt
H. F. HARRIS, P. C. yP.rSmith. _
state until May. large to the National Democratic the forenoon. Hundreds were present D. '
and a royal good time was had all day. hand -. -, -. ,-_ ::!: ... .. -
eour.eT Convection at Denver. We hope Christian Cheek -
Of the way thingsare that James will be elected. and the spread for dinner was one of the Service: in the Christian church a* 1 have been prevailed upon for the past '
going in Kentucky: these finest ever had la the state-jost such usual next Lord Day. S. S 10 a m. four years.to make rile race for tax: collector Several Earloabs: I
but bare deferred on account or personal ; .
days, anything is possible, even is probably the first man that. dinners a* Kentoctoan only can pre Sermon 11 a. m. Endeavor 6:43 p. m. friendship for the present Incumbent.My ,
ever nominated Bryan for the : pare. The day was an Ideal one for the Dr. W. J. Hunter of Toronto Canada friends seem to think that eighteen; ,
the election of a Repulican Sena will preach at the morning service. ...' service In one of the best paving offices ;
Plaster] Paris:
occasion and ye. Lime; .YulcarPj
they children and following
tor. presidency, at Washington back were- Stranger especially invited. Everybodywelcome. m ue county abould for of the ;: ,,

I in the '80s, just after the Nebraskan all-there. have anyone decided man,to anil enter, the. race gsaohange at the next, I ite Cement,Eagle Cement. Plaster Sewer,Pipe1 '

, 1 Volusia county will be in made a speech against the Addresses were made by the prtsi- J. W. B. Smith. I primary. Hair "Congo" and "Amatite" Hoofing.Stanbarb "4
, dent. Judge Stewart; Dr. Hnlley. Capt.J. Pastor. I have been a supporter of the Democratic ,.
market another winter with one repeal of the Sherman Purchas B. Wood and Hon. A.O. Munn. The party in Voluaia county for rile paat

of the largest crop of oranges ing Act, at which time Mr. Bryan present officials were all re-elected, and Services The ou Baptist Sunday Chirrs.: at the Baptist attitude twenty years.In politic My, constituents and If my loyalty know, and my. [plumbfnp Boobs

she has ever produced, probablya was a member of Congress. at 4 p. m. the afternoon ended the second church will be as follows: Bible school service will warrant. your support for a pro.moilon. .
be much
.It will appreciated
half million boxes.A Jim will get the entire Democratic Kentucky day in Florida at De- 10 a. m. Morning service 11 o'clock." I am familiar with very the duties of tbe ottos sold installed. Tin Roofing Galvanized Iron
Subject: "Mll 8terial Education. J. or ,i
Land. and the association adjourned to aDd feel safe in saying I can serve you to
vote of Volusia county. B. Y. P. U. 3 p. m. 8 B. T. P. U. 8.43: your satisfaction. I nave no pledgee nor from the
Georgia journal says, "Col. meet again a year hence. p. m. Uni.in service in the evening at false promises to make further than I will Wheelbarrows, Hardware cheapest to

John Temple Graves has beat it the Presbyterian chnrcn. Too are welcome. agree If elec'ed,to visit each precinct once the beat. .' ,I
the of the citizens .
Teachers and prospective a year for purpose giving ** .a I I.v
'to the land 3f milk and honey." teachers should remember that The Pensacola Posimaslership. an opportunity to pay their axes _'_ .-_ -'-' -- -'- -..- I If the democratic party should see lit to !
What probably was meant was I There has been a high old war going St. Bans baa t'hireh. honor me "itb this promotion I will endeavor
the John B. Stetson ,
I University St. Barnabas'Episcopal church Rev to show my gratitude. If not, 1 Watts & Miller Co.r
the land of mint and money. gives free tuition, free room on among the organization and the Campbell Gray Rector. will satlgfled with the results and remain a
Sullman faction of the republican partyof Sunday March 13. 2-i Sunday Lent. Democrat just the aame. (Incorporated)
The fact that there have beenno rent and a reduction in the regular Florida over the poetmastership( at 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a. m. MornIng Thanking my Yours friends to for command past favors am

recent estimates the in rate of boarding, while taking Pensacola for over a year. prayer; 9.30 a. m. Sunday school! ; W. U. MCBRIDE.
on 10:80: a. m. Choral service with sermon.
the review course in the normal Still man endorsed Biz: M. Robinson Services
week day daring Lent
creased cost of the Panama Canal every
department during the a rich mill maD ot Pensacola. for the except no morning service Mondays. FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
ought to go somewhat toward place, bat the organization succeeded 7 a. m. Holy Communion; 9 a.m. Morning I
March 25 To the Democratic Voters of VoludaCountyt
spring term beginning
restoring financial confidence. ; having it* man. Northop, appointed prayer and meditation; 5 p. m. ,

and continuing for a period of but could not get the senate to confirm Evensong and meditation. I am a candidate lor reelection to the office The Hobart M. Cable Pianos
of Cierk: of the Circuit Court; Voluaia
With all the free advertising. nine weeks. No expense except him. Stillman won before the senate Catholic Churrh. county, and respectfully solicit your sup. l1k

it has received in the past year actual board (about" per week). Sow Stillman' man was appointed M. J. Curle,.. Rector. Sunday, March port at the primary tu be held May 19,A.D. No one ever thinks of making

and a half it You get too the finest training last Tuesday to the place, bat it appears 15th, second of Lent: First Mas* 6.80: IJI'I!Should N.! bonor with else w :.
certainly seems as ; High Mass and you kgaln me an s} I N parlsons between the Hobart M.G',
from a published letter, that sermon 10 a. m. Sun lion I shall endeavor u> discharge the duties -
though Brownsville ought to be that can be had at any universityin Robinson went day school 11 a. m. Evening service of the office satisfactorily to all and aa Pianos and any other Piano. C
over to the machine in
' able to start that the South. Over fifty took 730. Subject of lecture The Real Presence the law directs. .
'I something order to capture the office. We hope of Christ in the Blessed Eucharist k-ourl..ery. Ira I"sAMUEl. superiority of the Hobart M. G,!

Ij would pay. this course at Stetson a year ago, this is not so tor Robinson's sake, and Clearly Taught In the Scripture." All / D. JORDAN Piano is so marked, that when '.

and the number will be much that Stillman Volnsia! are welcome.
a boy, has the M. J. CTRLEY.Rector.. speak of Pianos it Is simply the Hoi:
There are so many strong candidates larger the coming term. It is a credit of landing hie man. If :Mr. FOR STATE ATTORNEY. M. Cable. This Piano Is
a :
il out for United States fine opportunity given to Robinson turned hie back on Stillman I hereby announce my candidacy for nom- dcHtf
Senator and for every be paid very dearly for an office that be tuition to a second term of the office of $ the skilled mu lclan. The tone uri,
gubernatorial who to follow Mate In and for the Seventh Judl.
I Attorney
person expects '
honors that two of the candidates can well afford to do without. Stillman Return of the Favorites.A. r-I.I Circuit of: Florida.I aublect to the decision clear and harmonious. Don't thli'

j teaching as a profession.Hon. pat up a great fight for this man Robinson of the Democratic-primaries lo be held r. f1' f; fF.J.purcbaslng a Piano until !
:/ for each office will have to make 0 Allen's Kg Minstrel Show on May 19. 19011. If again trusted with rile you
but it
looks thonorh_ the__ '
as __
n which has been here before and hasalwavs administration of this moat Important office seen and heard the Hobart 11.G
; the race the second time. E. W. Bond In another column Ization took him away from him. by the people I will,sal have always .1
given general satisfaction is perlorm Plano
That striven do my Qulr! impartiallyand
was a truckling letter Robinson ,
aononnces hie candidacy for the Leg advertised to DeLand March fearlessly for rile best Interests of rile
I Sanford will be in market appear in J. A. ERICKSON handles
soon the Hobart
the M.
Ulstare. Mr. Bond Ia a life long democrat wrote to orgamication anyway. 14th. state. JOHN c. JONES:! Cable
i, with a large crop of celery. The .. BUM Att'y 7th Circuit.
and for prominent in
, many years The company I is said to include all tae

crop a year ago carried to that the democratic councils of Ohio, and Qui; Fit Hecaenas, Etc.?-Horace. old favorite and ha been augmented

place nearly a half million dol- many times a delegate from that state considerably in point of members. FOR COUNTY JTJDQE.

lars, a pretty nice sum from a to national democratic convention Unominatw To the Editor of The Record: Many new features have. beenadded and To the Democratic Voters of Voluala JOHN S

single industry for section ) and elected be would represent Horace was very mach perplexed in I the performance i la ail to "heFa'trtip ,I c.ounl'lorlda; : WELCH
one .
his mind I hereby otter myself. a candidate for
the people of Yolneia faithfullyand over some of the phases of human to and '
better than
tbe Ll h
i even standard ru-electioii lo the office ot Judas of
and the present is finer and county ORANGE :
crop and FLA.
diligently. nature, being utterly unable
of excellence set by theui when here Volusia County. If elected I pledge my. ,
larger than the previous one. to reconcile the inconsistencies be ap 'before The strung self to the faithful discharge of every duty .. -".
I Mr. Macon Thornton of Ormond pealed to his friend and MecAen. arrangement pertaining to rile office. I bave been your
mooonncea patron FANCY
of the tent have been re arranged and County Judge for two terms and I am AND STAPLE GROCERIE
Editor Russell of the Falatka for the Legislature elsewhere in as, to solve the problem for him. So, every care has been taken for the contort better prepared for the duties of the office
today's Record. We an not personally likewise\ I have a difficult problem thatI than syer before. AND CIGARS
and convenience of the
Newi will not stand for patrons, so J LEE McCROBY.
re- acquainted with Mr. Thornton, bat De- : cannot solve; and thinking possibly that they can enjoy a first-class minstrel This Feby.aotb( lOOt -DRY GOODS SHOES, HATS.. ETC., ETC.-
election to the Legislature from Land democrats who know him yon may be able to explain it I call -- -
speak on performance under canvas Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly t on hand and all I
Putnam county this year. We In the highest term of him; that he Ia you for help class Groceries for table.

regret this, for Russell made the a splendid citizen a fine gentleman My trouble is this\ : Nearly every pa- FOR COUNTY TREASURER. Country Produce your

I people a good, true representative. telligent\ and progressive. andwell| qualified per published in Florida is (or claims to Florida Chair Factory's "Factory.oFamily" I take this method to Inform the voters Bought_..A_First-class: Meat. Market In Conned

to represent the people of Vblosia be)Democratic. I don't know a singleone \oluala County that I will be a candidate Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find
my f
A mighty good man however Plan. fur re election to the office of County low
aa the
aa Give
at Tallahassee.The bat what is either apathetic or Treasurer subject to the action of the me a -
will succeed him-Hon. 8. openly hostile to the candidacy of the The Florida Chair Factory, whose advertisement Democratic Primary to be beld Hay 18,
J. Hilburn. Hon. appears in Ibis Issue have. lOOt! promising if elected to perform the
order of the Inter-State Com- J. Bryan as the nominee of the I duties of tbe omce in the future, aa In the -
merce Commission to the effect that Democratic party for President. Why started a new system in their ball Des', past, to the best of my ability, .and will begrateful --
U this A of which will be heralded by tbe general to those who will favor me with
The last ten days of February railroad telegraph operators shall not majority the states have their votes. .fl-'c -
there was a frost every morning be on continuous duty exceeding nine declared and instructed their delegatesto public with chain pleasure Their new planis J. J. VI.i'ZANT. Ii.. : ....;. 1:''cc.'cc.'c.'C_..... ...:.iI : : ....:....-1:':',, ""fIE':

: boon, went into effect last week. As cast their unanimous votes for him in to sell direct from the factoryat
r. a
I' : and 1t extended down into
: way the wholesale prices, thus eliminating
remit most of the wires of the Atlantic national convention. The peopleare FOB TAX .THE. 1P r.
''f the extreme southern counties. Coast Une have been cot ont at small everywhere enthusiastic for him the jobbers' and retail dealer profit .

In exposed beans and and. far I They ban placed on sale 85.000 To the People of Voluala County:
I .. places stations and the people are left without so a* am able to judge the
fame; years ago I was chosen A .
r tomato plants were killed as far telegraphic facilities at such places. rank and file of the Democratic voter chain, which include parlor bedroom, of Taxes for Volusia 4.'ounTbe County asesaor
'j' of Florida are fully in line Bat alas! library and porch rocker; dining-room tax books at that time were far from perfecr t I n W. C. WATTS
i 'r south as Miami on the East They were cat ont at Pierson DeLeon The "801 desanf leaden office and in fact chain of every description a comparison of which with the tax
Coast and Fort Myers the Springs and Olenwood in this\ Cl>Dllty. are lagging behind books ol today will Justify my claim that I
1, t on In the procession. Bryan will be at wholesale prices. hate made great improvements In this \Ii

West Ooaat.V" nominated however, and despite the Send for their illustrated catalogue; work which is DOW second to none la the
Mr. Z. T. Bielby
V" An acid tongued contemporary next week representing the fruit and -Democracy of Florida- will the for reflection. to said office .u Meet\ in lh. 5TOFE
vegetable growen of this section of the Democratic Primary, assuring you that, If
I suggests that Mr. Bryan was so State at the meeting of the Inter State state for him. I will not say he will be NOW THEN bono'ed with another term 1 will devote -
elected bat I do if Bryan cant be my beet efforts to the faithful discharge W
E 1 warmly welcomed in Canada Commerce Commission. The fruit and the duties of the omce.

. I that they had better naturalize vegetable grower of the State are fighting elected no Democrat can be. So there You Need For your past kindness cad consideration toi
Some Fruit No. 65
yon are and woe to the traitors woo I thank you very much, and N. Boulevard
1 f J him and run him for Governor for cheaper freight rate to Northern will cause his defeat. Trees on Your Lot. appreciate a reflection at your hands
markets: for their products, or to be 8 B. W1LcUN! to DeLand Florida.
'I General. But as we understand H. D. BRACEY.
Having bought the business and nursery
,given as fair how by the transportation Vi
it he does not want a job where stock of E B. Hayward, a clean I hereby .
announce myself a candidate
companies as are had by the California ... __
-- htalthy lot of I offer for ,
young trees bud the position of tux assessor of Voluala
'It he would have to render reports grower. dad and grafted citrus pecan peacb, county, In tbe democratic primaries to be Jjj New stock of '
to a suzerains power. C. E. Orth, Democratic Candidate' and other fruit trees of popular and fine held on May 19 I bave been a oonalaient ,
varieties, at reasonable prices dem eras ail my litei and if honored by rile to
At a banquet given by the Chamberof For Superintendent of Schools.To Call on me at my house in DeLand democratic the nomination. I Volnsia county with Everything in the Hardware Line f'
, f Commerce of Pensacola last Tuesday or wnte for what you want, for delivery promise to devote all my
The administration ring one Ume to the duties of the office
night, Boa John E. Jtillman. Collectorof the People of Volusia County: in November, Decembr or January. A. T. PiTTIIJX to Carefully Selected and

of the strongest political combinations the port of that city and a furmer I stand for something. If it were nut ALFRED HOWARD,

G that ever; existed in Florida Volnsia\ boy, was one of the principal for certain principles which I know: Michigan Ave.. DeLand FOB COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 2J ALL STANDARD GOODS

r will try to make capital out speaker. He U also a former Presidentof would double the efficiency\ of oar -- PUBLIC IXSTBUCT10N.! to .

of compromise with the rail- that body, which is doing so much schools I would not be a candidate. THE HEW ORANGE CITY To the People Volusia County =,

road for that city and section of the state. I do not depend on any faction but expect I hereby respectfully announce my ean- :to
companies over that the people to see merit in the Lunch Counter didsov fur the office of County cupertntenrt-< Builders' Material Doors
have been in litigation. What John's address''on. as be termed it. principles Candy eel of Public Instruction, subject to the Sash, Blinds
a new religion religion of civic pride for which I stand and recognizein and Fruit Stand approaching Ueroodratio primary.
w the dear people want to know me a man able, and If nominated and elected I promise to jjj
t and progress. A cat of himself. well willing worthyto Opposite the Railway Station, give. my whole time and very beat efforts 10 Plumbing Supplies etc. Carried
most, and to find the cause, why a* his address appeared in Wednesday's put these principles\ in force.I will open on Nov. 15, where the interests of' the schools of this oounty to ,

taxes are higher'' now than ever Journal of that place. Go whereveryou believe the superintendent abonld Quick Lunches can be had at all for and your with support the aaauranee, elucerelv I respectfully, ask ====================================-

f. before 1n the history of the state. will in West Florida and you will spend bis time among the schools, aidIng houri of the day at reasonable A. O. BOTTS. ***f WANT to visit
find everybody StUlman's friend, and a and encouraging the teachers, reviewing rates. ft I you my New'Store inspect my fin "

more popular citizen U not found there. the work seeing that thorough \Ai l lino and get my prices. I am here to please YOU
We presume that most resort work I* done and good order ma'ntained Adjoining;, Mr. Wm. Kolman To the People of Voluala County, Florida: ft G/ and my efforts have been directed to I 1u
,4 towns of the state have been in oar school will open bin General Plumbingand for 1 hereby announce myself. a candidate know the wants of the end. ,

crowded with tourists this win- Superintendent of School A. O. Do you think oar schools can be Improved Tin Repair Shop, where he struction.County I Superintendent!have been a lifelong of Publlo Demo In / ried by a General people of DeLand in gds car i

F DeLand BotU, who U filling out the nnexpired TWhere will be glad to receive your patronage crat and have. helped to txbt the battle of \Ai/ Hardware Store and I have them.
never entertained term of Mr. Bert Flab. who was elected the Democracy since 1ST,. bsmoeraev owes I
can superintendent do the at reasonable rates. All ... ,
me nothing for
my loyalty to her. .
'so many as she has the present four'yean ago will be a candidate for i most good-In hi* office or among the work will be done( with quickness Indebted to ber for the liberty which I stand I en I

season. They have, been here this office again, and ha his announcement schools TShould and the best of workmanship. joy. I therefore offer myaelt at the coming W. C. WATTS ij
rrimsry,May 19.
aa your servant If I ,
all winter. The number grows In oar announcement column.Mr. the tnperint'DdeD'bow what Saws Filed and Set. nominated and elected I promise to aa

Botts has held this\ office for the i. being done in the schools my undivided .ttAnttan.. fln i''in._ ._A ._give__!_
as the. winters come.. They find the -------- -- UJ' ,
past two years and he barn been diligent How can be know without spending possible. standard state of of our schools. to tbe highest. : : : ::: : :.::Io :.::Iolo::: :.::Io J.
DeLand all right. Ample accommodations and proflclenct. and that I will ..............
faithful in the discharge\ of the his time among the schools reviewingthe ANNOUNCEMENTS. be fair treating all alike, with special priv ;;;a .
plenty of attractions duties at the office during this time work gone overt ileges lo none GXO. T. SELF. tMINSTRELS

of a high class, a 'beau- He ha ever been ready to advance Are the above principle worthy of FOB SHERIFF.

tiful and healthy locality, broad every Interest of the public school of your support If they are, speak up To tile Democratic Voter ot Volnsia FOB MEMBER or SCHOOL BOARD.To .

shady shelled streets, the best of the county and says If the Important and work for me. County the DamocraUo y0"" of Votasta ]
trust I* farther committed to him by I need your help I hereby announce myself si a candidate County t COMING!
school facilities roads fur sturdier Volnsia I
superb for the ooUDty subject to the hereto announce myself aa a candidate
people of the county be will ever Your in earnest. lotion of me Democratic primary. If eleo for member of the county school DeLand
antomobiling,and .fine climateas respond faithfully and promptly to a E. ORTH.. ed I pledge myself. to Impartially: nioree dl.irict No. S, subject w tbTacttosiirS5[ Florida, March >i4th

can be found on earth.A every Interest of all the schools. affaire>be laws of ofus us offlce county, and to conduct tile Democratic primary. I apJrecUu the Ji
to tbe very beet honor
of conferred
S.- m J on me Is
tbility. 1 eanwstlr request us support of reelected will endeavor to perm the sod de-If Annual Tour of Yr Y Ya

Tallahassee, statesman, writing People who think that yon can not The Weather. oU voters at rile.primary.LEK MORRIS. Use have. at do.the. lIIce ID the u pastMy conscientiously a 1

C' get on weD la Florida should .Equal rights to all motto. jes A. C. .
to a ,
to the::.Savannah News, expresses go Temperature from March 5th to 18th: DOlI.." special pdvllegee to ALLENfSThe
Seville la A. B
the north end of this county I PREY An. R
the opinion that the and I take this method of announcing that I .
see themselves what can be 1 J irfllbsa candidate for the office of Sheriff'
senatorial race will be between don la this'state. Then the peopleare f Voluala county at the coming primaries. FOB TUB LEGISLATURE:

''Wjli'Bryanand; W.. B. Lamar.jftewiU all prospering, and entirely from J >4 or I promine.tbe offlce If in sleeted an honest,to penora, faithful tbe manner duties, Axe BaLD FiA., Hank 4.J1WM. IBIG

tea Dud, before the' primary products from the solL The orange and to toe best of say ability. moet re- To the DeaMwnlM vocsrs of Vol..... MINSTREL 'SH'O
0 0 1p
-* 78 Conakry
back .peoWuyaskthemppeet of the
crop ar*> there,
many are la the
th atplisse. FlwW'b.1a.the e tcher' and Beard &-Cl 79 ... L. BYPTfLFOR I hereby ensconce Myself is a eaixlldaU
peach tor
growing business the
I and making leidslstyra. subject to UM daclsiosi
:,, ) : thickest of" the money from this Industry alone. Thso 7-61 81 ot UM legal( voters)of Voloala county,at the

"w fight, and that theircampaigns' then are two crops of Irish potatoes 91068'B-36'8 89 SUPERVISOR OF BZOIaTBATIOA eomlnp May,1908.priaaary sJeetlosi oe..Ins W.) lNhd.BOND.I '.of Oldest and Largest Minstrel Or n'toatloi

'nntbe: 1 reeoaed 'with. Beard and. other'vegetables from the) Lake .1 81' To the Demoeralio Voters of Volnsia In tie United
18 Clomdy Rao Coustyt States.
{t i. >,from' len lieoL' and'its' ''willWoMh'vp.frota Looisa muck .lands.. They all have 11-47 77 : trace I am a candidate reteeUoa to tae ofloe BeaDed and alHG elate, ,laoIa4II.!tb" .. '
.;tb..We.t'Oosst: farm. There: are thousands of barrsto of pervUor of Betfistntlosi sad ask hereby aaaoaaee .,.If --bI.ad. III one COIDPaDY. .teat Waalksrs: 01. 8BlIIIfI!
.., of Irish potatoes shipped from there $- 8 81 f oar support. tae the faith data for aad.ati e lo tbe oflesMDaMsVb.. BIe.cJe Rids,, Aerobe" .Anlalio Cake CoatonloflWlo,
ful aa duUea
ot B.prew.adve. UrriJlJng Comedians as a
4 backing
r iib's'iery strops yote lactates
;;J' every spring sod fall selling from $>to AV. M '79.6' the office. to t... **w tile lismoersu Primary asaysst. pemootd under a Mammoth Oaav.a 'l'bMW
: |7 per tort l. IleepeotrallJoa MACON TBOalTON

.. ADMISSION 25 and 35 CentsV

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. .. .* * MMMvH + MMv . . .. . .+ .H., '0" + + '.. March moonlight* nights "MoBrlde's Market"' for fine cats of Mr. Ralph D. Hargrdave. .rrly,edl II A special train leave* JMLand for

St. Patrick's Day post cards at the meat.. Phone 8. from Pennsylvania Wednesday to |Winter Park' tomorrow 'at 19 o'clock.

Studio Shop Mr. and Mrs. Grable left Tuesday for tend Kentucky Day and to spend a short It take the DeLand baa ball team and

', Jttr. F. W. Bredow was In town from their home In Ohio. while with DeLand friend. It has I II a bin party to Winter Park where our
Glenwood Wednesday.Mr. Mr Ellis G. Blake was a Lake Helen been some twelve yean since Ralph I team playa Bollln In the afternoon.

187' 8- 1908 George P. Colby was a Lake visitor to town Tuesday left DeLand and he has grown so stout, The train, on Its return, leave Winter

DEPARTMENT STORE- Helen victor to DeLand Wednesday. Mr. Lockard 1s having two new homes weighing over 835 ponnds, that man yround at 9 o'clock. The far for the
Attorney Bert Fish was on the coastOn erected on west Wisconsin Ave. of his friends hero did not know him.They trip will be '1.26 So ;yon nan go
are giving him a royal welcome. and ee thl* game between the) two
'" ,- 0 professional business the first of the The DeLand publIc school has an crack teams of the State.

1 Everythmg'to rEat, to Wear to Use. week. eight months' term, up to the last of showing The Gould considerable Realty Co./enterprise of this place In the Is

DeLand abnnd May.Try.
people are getting an .
matter of sending out advertising matter
-, once of fresh vegetables daily from the our home made bologna and pure about DeLand and vicinity. The
local gardens. farm. sausage, "McBride's Market."
Company bas had printed a large 4-page
Growers from all sections of the Phone 8.Judge.
bulletin, containing a list of
We are now :,displaying our new Spring Line of cele- county report the appearance of a heavy Stewart has a thousand or with price it ban. It also contains

orange bloom. fifteen hundred boxes of oranges and valuable descriptive matter and In- i

., ,orated Brigham & Hopkins Straw Hats for Men Miss Mabel Davis returned the latter grapefruit yet to market. formation that the prospective buyer
c' r cart of the week from a two weeks' The news comes from Bangeley, desires before Investing in a locality.
visit at Maine of the birth of a son to Mr.
SALE-Sawmill machinery. 75-
and. Boys-Sailors, Roll. Brims ,and Panamas. and Mrs, H. M. Barrow.
Chas. Frees of Philadelphia who horsepower boiler and engine, husk
has been here for the past two months, Contractor Con O'Neil has a force of frame and carriage, log turner, swingsaw
returned North Tuesday. brick masons at work rebuilding the saw-hammering and filing outfit

'| Try a pair of our Thompson Bros'. Oxfords. Fin- Stetson played the Kentucky Military walls to the Cranor stables. necessary pulleys, shutting, belting conveyors
; Institute baseball team here yesterday: Wanted-To borrow $2000 for 3 yearsat etc., complete. Engine alone

afternoon, the score being 0 to 8 in favor 7 per cent interest on improved worth 1000. Outfit complete, $1,000. +
est on the market ... ..: ... ... ... of Stetson. Boulevard property. Address Lock Box Two good working males cheap, If sold
Mrs. Judge !Stewart: who has been 816, DeLand. Fla. at once. Reason for selling my contracting
a \ quite ill at her home on west New York Have you settled your city taxes' an* building requires all my nrh
Ave., is much improved'and Is able to The books close on the Slat lost, and time and I expect to equip my Dinning ,
jl New and attractive Line of Eclipse Shirts for Men. be up and about. yon should settle before that date to mill with electric power. J. T. CAIRNS.

Mr. J. L. Yelvlngton U now operatorfor save additional expense. At the regular meeting of the city

t They can't be beat for quality:' $1, $1.25, $1.50 the Western Union: at this place. been Miss the Edna guest Pearl of Miss Hackney Marion who Jacksonfor bus. council held was laet panned Monday providing night an for ordinance 'S'Sr

He was born and reared in the DeLeon r'S .
Springs section.Strawberries. the oast three weeks, returned to cement walks on Minnesota Ave. between -
are selling at 80 cents her home in London Ky., Tuesday. the Boulevard and Adele Ave '{d

r per quart in the DeLand market Dr. C. H. Blank who bought the Dr. Also an ordinance relative to the use of

MEN'S BELTS ,250 to $1.50 They will be very plentiful at a third E. T. Allen home and grove on north city water. This ordinance prohibits
lea now In a few weeks. Boulevard, arrived from Denver the any peer from making any change or
:Miss Mary Stewart and her friend latter part of the week. Mrs. Blank alteration of pipes going Into his JlremIses r
will be down later. without first getting a permit to do
.-- Miss Talkela returned the latter part of
Mr. F. C West traveling so. All water rent must in future be
the week from Pnlatka, where they I passenger
and GroceriesHay were the guests of Miss Belle Welch for agent of the Atlantic Coast Line headquarters paid promptly within ten days from receipt -
G Staple Fancy the week. In New York City was in the of notice or the water is to be cutoff

i Rest benches should be placed to city Tuesday and was among The from yonr p emises. No other than
Record's callers that day. routine business was transacted at this Copyright 1907 by
shady places all about the city and we
hope that the city council will have The farmers, truckers And orange session of the council. Hart Schiffher W Marx

Grain Orange Box Material and Wraps these benches made and so placed by growers would like to see a /good rain One of the beet and the last show of
another winter season. now every week. It Is needed to start the season will play at the Public You can get here the very
Quite a number of tourists are coming the crops off. tor the gardens and for School Auditorium next Thursday, Friday
the bloom of the orange trees. and Saturday nights, March IB. 20 best in
from coast points to make a stay at De styles clothingHart ---
r Land before proceeding North. Ten The merchants of DeLand are closing and 21. It is the famous Corlnne Bun-
, arrived at The College Arms last Batnr. np one of the busiest winters they have kle Stock Co., a dramatic company that Schaffner & Marx gar-
G. A. Dreka & Co. Tf0ph77ne day, coming via Orange City.ur. ever had. They have all done a good baa been drawing big houses all winter.

J. C. Moore of Pennsylvania has business and it ia going to keep np The company ia playing in South Georgia ments, that will fit your

r i purchased through: the Hayward Real through the summer months. towns this week. It is highly body mind and pocket-
Hon. C. C Williams of Mt. Vernon, recommended as giving its audience ,
' Estate Agency: the pretty cottage south .
; MAIN STORE: NEW YORK AVENUE AND BOULEVARD. of the golf grounds. Mr. Moore will Ky., one of the prominent attorneys of their money's worth at every perform. book. : : :: : : :: :: '
henceforth make this his winter home the Blue Gra State: spent several days ance. It presents many strong, inter ,
: In DeLitnd the first of the week the esting specialties between acts. Don't
! Quite a number of onr winter visitors guest of Judge and Mrs. I. A. Stewart. Forget to see this last and beet show of You'll find us ready with {
brought their automobiles South with

.k*. . . .++H ** ? . + . .. . + ttM .++4+4 Niii.Ni+* '. them on, and the have fine daily shell roads used them leading speeding out- Into Mr.their and new Mrs.burnt Henry just Stevenson completed moved on secured the season.at Allen's Reserved drug store seats commencing can be a fine line of spring goods

--- west New York Ave. This home Is Thursday morning
north, east west and south from the
4ew LOCAL SYNOPSIS. made of the cement blocks, manufactured
city.Hon. Art Class.
A. G. Mnnn and daughter Mrs by Dr. O. B. Webster, at this
I Morris G. Mann came np from Lake. place. Private lessons and class lessons Clothing

THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF land Wednesday to attend Kentucky Haynes Yelvington, for several years given in drawing painting: and pastel
Do You Think of BuyingA Day at DeLand and to meet friends having this county as a territory for the Miss NANCY LEE HILL FurnishigsHats
here. They are guests at The College agency of the Singer Sewing Machine 144 South Boulevard
WATCH? Arms. Co., has moved to Orlando, where he & Shoes
Local. .nd Sorlaty Item for the PoopU'i Mica Nina Miller spent several daysat will have charge of a store for said The Marsh Market.If 1

Of course when you buy you want a good time Prtp r...Brief Mention of Fact.SMO .. Seville the past week visiting herfriend company.The A G. Allen Minstrel Show you want the choicest cute of Meats -
bjr: our' Reporter. Mrs. Miles. It was at this place eave your orders with nee The best of
keeper. Miss Nina spent her' childhood days at which plays here tomorrow night was Beef. Mutton and Pork; Boasts and V. M. FOUNTAIN

Wade the tuner. Orlando.Dr. the time tbat pretty little village was here a few years ago, and played to a Chops, Sausages, Hamburg. Steak
I' The "HOWARD"We on a boom. thousand people or more on the vacant fresh and salted:! Hams Breakfast Bacon, .
eto Courteous attention and -- ----
Mellette'a Remedies --
at A11en'e.The prompt --
Messrs. Dan'l Blackwelder and Cbas. lot next to the Hutchinson Hall. It delivery.
recommend above all others because of its fragrance of the orange bloom U E. Orth were at UeLand from Barber- draws: big crowds wherever it plays. Marsh Bros.

true worth. In the air. I ville Saturday As will be seen from a The Board of Trustees of the Freaby
Eon. J. B. Conrad was in town from card elsewhere Prof. Orth will again terian church held a reception at the

But- Glenwood Wednesday.Mr. try for the office of County Superintendent Parrlsh Booms last evening to officially DR. S. R. LOVE
I J. P. Mace was a Lake Helen of Schools. proclaim the final payment of the 1,800

We can and shall be pleased to supply the kind visitor to town Wednesday. Postmaster W. A. Allen leaves todayto indebtedness on the Parrlnh Hnnn A OSTEOPATH v

Prompt attention gives your orders at ewe the games of ball between S let- large number were present fine refreshments Qraclude AJltKU'AOIIi"HOIII.IIF: OMTKOI'ATIIt: rV
have In mind.
you AlcBride's. Market." Phone 8. eon and Rollins at Witter Park this were served lAud a delightful. eve. Klrk t III*. ... 'rRitr
afternoon and tomorrow:, afternoon. Ding spent by all. 5(1) New York Ave. Opposite Coil,. Arms
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER. Mr. S. B. Wilson it '
spending the Before returning he will visit Lakeland Houses lots orange /( peach orchurds. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m 3 to A p.
week on the lower East Coast on business. Burtow Bud Tawpa etc Hen: us before. investing in m., or by appointment. Tel 200 'R :

Hllen's 3-ewelr)2 Store There were twenty-three arrivals at JcLund realty WH have a snap in H ,
) For Bent-By the year Mrs. Eyles' The College/ Arms on Tuesday and they home located In Orange City Price Reliable Insurance.We + 'fPll'r
house on Clara, Ave. Famished or aufnrniahad. are coming day from the East :13.500/ ) See: H photo of it at our office. :
Next to the Postoffice every
___. would like to call
nn Auk for one of our bulletins. E H. your
and West Coasts This hotel has as WORTH TALKING OUTO
Where you get your Eyes Tested Free. Mr. W. W. Watts and bride returned many guests this week as for any week Hayward Real Estate & InsuranceAenry attention to our fire insurance
from the trip down the East Coast the during the present. season. 87 S.: Boulevard DeLnud, Fla. department. We rep- INVESTIGATING. \

first of the week. As yon go to your Northern home Mr. George P. Winters formerly of resent companies only of

I The visitors are certainly carried have The Record sent yon fnr the summer cLand, but now of Denver Col) bas known reliability those We have a few desirable -
away with the fine weather we are for yon will be back here another. been appointed secretary. and chief examiner very
.e Hiving them these days. winter and The Record will keep you of the State Civil Service Boardof which are sure to pay, and houses for sale at

Mr. J W. Gardner and family will in touch with the city and her people Colorado The candidates for this those which pay promptly.One present. Houses with

i make the trip to the coast and back tomorrow until your return in the fall. position were subjected l to a most rigor of the companies we Modern 1
in an The W, C. Watts hardware store has ou examination, and Mr. Winters ob- Improvements Sand
, The University secured the permanent services of a tamed the highest/ percentage of the represent is the Insurance in locations where
J. ALLIN & Co. library building is flret-claee plumber, and he ia preparedto wentv-nlne persons examined. Company of North America, far
going up rapidly these days. Quite a property is Increasing in
: large force Is at work on it. take any kind of plumbing assuring Mr. A. Wilson, of Michigan spending more familiarly known as
Mrs. B. F. Watts, who his customers the best
Furniture House of Volusla County of weeks at DeLand with spent friends a couple, re keeps stock.a fall line of plumbing materialin laughter, Mrs. H S. Bredow was at This company was established you are looking for a homeor
DeLand Monday and made The Recorda
turned to the Leesbnrg home last Satur while Washington
The some kind of property for In-
day. "patting" contest was run pleasant visit. He is a Michigan
off by the ladies the other day at The celery grower and is Interested In one our president, and has grownup vestment we have some "snaps" 1
- "DRO.P IN" Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter were at College! Arms golf course was a tine of the celery fields at Glenwood. Two with the country. It has that It will pay you well to look 3

DeLand from Seabreeze Monday, They exhibition of the good work the ladies car loads were shipped from there the a capital of $3,000,000, assetsof Into before elsewhere.E. .
, and,see our Newest. came the afternoon.over in their auto, returning in can do. The first prize was won by one pMt week. over $10,000,000, and paid Investing yl7,
, stroke. The second prize was captured Judge and Mrs C. M. Metcalf arrivedat
: L. Moreton Murray, late by Mrs. Helntz of Pictsburg. out $3,250,000 in San Francisco H. HAYWARDReal
iV\1 Styles iin"Parlor 1 ( a knight of th4 Putnam the latter part of the
and in 1900.GOULD Estate and Fire Insurance.No. .
the grip now in the tobacco growing Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Sowle of New week from the Memphis, Tenn., home
easiness over near Tallahassee, spent Albany, Ind., are the guests of Mr. and and will remain here until April. 37 DeLandS.
Dining Room fur- Wednesday In t wn. Mrs. S. W. Walts at the home north Fudge Metcalf, a year ago, bought the BROTHERS Boulevard Fla. .

DeLand is a pretty good town for east of the city. Mr. Sowle is the General Mnnn grove northwest of town. He lYS
( niture. shows, .* they have been here all winter Manager of the New Albany Mann will have a large crop of fruit trom this
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several in one week and the street factoring Co., which manufactures and grove next winter. It Is one of the fine r-
shows seem to be here for good. ships machinery to all parts of the grove[ properties of this section. DID YOU KNOW

Mr Ray Conrad contemplates putting world. From all appearances DeLand will i
Phone No. 62 J. F. ALLEN fie CO. DeLand Fla. np a nice home for himself and familyat Mrs N. Stetson is here from the New lave Just as good building boom the i :S that, when undecided your toe
DeLand. He ia now in charge of the Jersey home, and is a guest at The coming summer as she bad last year. i i always tarn InT Fact! Notice II
Bond Lumber Go's sales yard at this Oaks. Before the death of her husband, Many new houses are being contemplated tbe next time. you itand amongoar
place. the late Col. Station, brother of the late and many are already in course tlp stock ofFINE

-- -. John R Stetson. this couple spent all of erection. The lumber yard. reportan i !i GROCERIES
: .1" : The Rev. C. S. Pratt. D. D. of Nashville
their winters at DeLand. Mrs. S. yet increased sale of lumber, and it i
Tenn., will I he of and are bewildered with tbe variety -
occupy pulpit
' YOUr resides at the Orange Valley N. J. would surprise onr peopl. to know bow :
:IU6 "; FROM .THE FACTORY TO I the Presbyterian church on Sunday home. much lumber Is being sold here every : quality and app'tI.lng look
morning. A cordial invitation Is extended week of everything ticketed with reasonable
Mr. T. Self this I'
: 1 to all. i price. Fragrant Coffee,
; 35,000 week hi. candidacy for Superintendent Mias Nancy Lee Hill daughter of the
1.4 J CHAIRS Call at and I t perfumed Tens, prim barnyard
t oar office let us show yon of County Schools. George has been a Confederate General D. H. Hill and : I Jpi
\A I COSTVMS ,.lots on BrigbtBeld street. They ar. file In the democratic Batter and Eggs "Ja.t; dropped."
T' MANUFACTURERS' fijhter rinks In FlorIda niece of General Stonewall) Jackson arrived i
,I. For location aud size.. E. H. HaywardBeat It'our bailnera to buy *o expert
since 1878 and this Is the first time from the Virginia home the latter
:Estate : ly that oar oaitomer are all
Agency 87 8. Boulevard he has ever offered for office. He Is part of the week and will remain here J
I VMS I*a UMM MU OMM MAT NMM .AOa aoelula.ataaee.a DeLand, Fla. twlated with approval and a de-
...*,-Y.o I well qualified for the office to which be he balance of the winter the quest of Ire to bay all in light. Do itt It'a the
only way to tar on Oro-
I Yon can have plenty of fun aspires. money
thesedays her slater Mr. T. J. Arnold. Miss Hill
cerise and here.WE .
___.. __.-_ fishing in the inland lakes or in The Hayward Real Estate Agency baa recently returned from Europe bay
'CHAIRr FACTORY' he St. Johns No trouble to catch all I, tills week sold to Mr. T. A. Tilllnghast where she spent a year studying art.
a ,1 'FtORIDA! V he fish yon can bring borne in either a nice lot near the city park and four All the pn see that have been won soar / wish to call your attention to our Coffees and Teas!
n' tiniiaiamii mnm the river or lakes. lot. in Kastmont addltltlon. Mr. Tilllnghast this season have given ample proof The "Barrington Hall," steel-cut, is the best MocbV .

yw_ ."c- ., I There will 'be a musical and social will build on one of his lots that the new Improvements at The and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents, and u very popular., 'For

\ this evening in the parlors of the Baptist south of the golf grounds, which he College Arm. Golf Course ate getting the best 25o Coffee in the city, nothing compares with our

OSTEOPATHYbh JVMUFAVVCETT' .. ntl:. church given by the ladles of the W. bought several weeks ago' through the to be noted in the state of Florida. The "Niagara;" once used, always used. A full line'of Tetley'sand
! >r. J. R. Moveley.. graduate of the : !ejd!: White Rose Teas iu packages and bulk.
. : :( will be served. In lima UeLand will be a city of !game are showing here is an evidence
.t*I1I. School of Osteopathy, uri-, ..stwoodwhrd'*phiotognphGallery I Asking for trial
a we are
beautiful tile and
the founder of the Science. t ) Thieves broke Into the Hew bowling cement walks These bat the management made no mistaken ,
'..t't' : r walks are going down all the time beautiful and
I I alley last Saturday''night ,and helped on building convenentnew Your respectfully!
>IIIce-'rhe ,
tint floor of the O tvoli- the principal streets of the city.' The Club House and the farther ?
D xPractice themselves to the small stock of expenditure
Hotel, over,G.1, Dreka 'clgan .
A. Co.
limited to the Eye Bar; other side Phone 79
or streets In time WOODALli
tJ' a-ood8 etoreBoun9 Nose and Throat and 9004040 k.p there for customers. will havethem. of money to improve and Increase A. H.
to 12:30: and : to 6 bvpoinluj Houni carried off They are the walks to put down the size of the golf court will
1:39 or 10 to 12(except: Sunday),and They tao or $40 worth. No .
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