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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00087347:00259
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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ORORNltKTtOtntiE i not!equal the freight from ORANGE Mk
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WRAPS for
REMEDY.'j\'j California, and thus California Is shutout IfYou WanttKe BEST

ISGOBEL&.DA.Y How Florida Orange of a home market The academic. I
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Profit on Their/ .Fruit question of the equity of protection|
does''not touch,'much leas enter;.this
ESTABLISHED 1839 < New York.)i Dec.ls4.-Dlecoflraged! at problem for : present discassion.andaction. '. c2L5e

235-238 West Street, New York the poor prices which they have been The country has adopted protection
receiving for their Florida
oranges as a policy, and 'hept'ople of a k1 a v'R, : tiiNlat. +a
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about for r'J v p a
are casting some
growers I [
California are paying the enhanced tae: k''f. aT r vi r r r n. ar
AUCTION SPECIALISTSIN ueans of protection. They are begin.. prices for the products of the rent of r 3 ui r x r- 1er mu
eer
ping to realize that only in r itlr
properorganizatlon Ajf country which that policy baa con yt M c j[ :
can the indnatry be made to i! x
ferred. The people of these two statesare fn
reach where it will become l .a u w +
a point an selling their products at prices compelled ,
ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLES ETC. !: ua i'
, (FLORIDA profitable as it was before the big l>y oompetUian faomabroad,lower-" r t c i K Kw
fruit to house which freeze It certainly does not pay grow. In ttuuhsalws" froif tn rfe4eral' Itvef,id 1 rt F i4 r .A N k r.ll :
Consign your a guarantees ira to ship their frnit to markets like 0 _
entitled to receive
lower than they are
prompt sale, top market value, quick returns, and New York on consignment and then 1n..View: of theDridUa fchrtvthey ,-.".1 1 ror tui o dd L n.h ; r iR r ,1 Err 1 IL: ttJ
A SQUARE DEAL FROM: START TO FINISH. have it sell around f 1 a box. Of coarse, consume. la .. .r i J

he qnnllty of the fruit has a good deal That la about all there is In it. -; .
to do with thla but were there organl* Whether > jiIf /1 1r
WE SELL AUCTION DAILY protection'Is right or wr ng .
AT ion each the California Fruit t.x-! !
.J an U should not be so levied aa to prt serve If w A .
.,..,..n..s+sAMjrttf+*.....c+.n..nn.n..vuv+. ,................ obange, some of the oranges which are some of the people 08,.tile country and I /
coming to this market would never be expose others. What
j, -'-'- ... .... _._._._._.,_._.-...-.......-..._._._._. ., hipped The Florida papers are beginning gre aJs! sack an adjaattixiatfol( duties as r t I 0 ,* 31 it I ;t ,. t t
; '1.1 to take this matter np in 'earnest will eVen the bttneSM i I bf ''protection! A [ n r ?I e M

F.0.Box 3HH8 KnUbllnhtd 1880 ) and it would not be sarprlulnglif another mao and a ommonitr'*ngy'tiotibelieve lit.a h I a
year wonld see some change in In.protection'; aa ti"poltcv.'>:vet are not /
n be marketing and distribution the thereby deprived of'tb ir.right to kick
florida citrus crop. In this connection against its ineq.aalUlae\ Injustices *

: F. M.:' LEONARD & CO. mG n ni the following In the Tampa article which Times recently is pertinent appeared Tlttes whlcn.work 'rdetrlnJeutTampa! \ zbe Best and most c Economical to Usr

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number 'of the i
and shows how a large -
G i growers feel upon the subject: BY NO' MEANS SELHSH.l! LOOK FOR THE L.ABCL-THZ JAPANESE 01RU IN RID.a. .
'Geneml conditions in the orange I F'OR, s. IeE BY

: COMMISSION MERCHANTS I trade have slumped badly within the Says Bryan ;;Eight; Proteges In, A. DREKA, DeLand, Fla. R. S. MALEY. Daytona, Fla.

past week or so due to the indiscrim- 1 E. E. IRELAND, New Smyrna, Fla.

r hate shipments of all sorts of trait Foreign Lands-Alone. --- -.- -- _. .- --- --- ..- .---- ..- -.- .

S3 Clinton Street BOSTON, !MASS. !t yI without system or method Prices at Denver,,Colo., Nov. 28.-Wtllinra J, Inevitably' have failed, OPPol'tunltle- "
have broken
( the markets of consumption pblUnfbropy\ tua bet-no broughtto
Brynt'l
.I W GOo to 73o per crate. Much of the fruiton I light by a doss friend here, who abroad not being the same us In Fruit-Growers ATTENTION!

the market U of poor quality! while atd'' be" .'atotlMr 4 or,I hearinjf'people 4alerloa, :
We Specialize Fruits and Vegetables jj f aD abundance of excellent quality ia call Bryan eel sb.'> Bryan, b. says, baa one protege In

fl'' still on the trees nngathered. This unfortunate : 'lie declared'that'while on hie toed! of China two I In Afnca, one in Japan.one SHIP:: YOUR:

......_..,........._._......... ._. ..:.;;a... ......:..;_;a. :..:.;;................. condition Is brought about by the world Bryan found eight young In Constantinople one in India and
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';:J :::= :::= :: ..., ... -- -- -- ""' lack of organization and system;' and its men who" Impressed him as intellectual one In Greeo .1 ORANGES GRAPEFRUITGreen
very damaging to Florida. and laboring to educate themselves t' Out of every dollar Bryan earns says ,
"Tue demoralizing at one large northern in each case the game. was hard and\b's'' en4.1116e devotee ten cents religiously -

market city Is felt In all the others. unless aid bad been given they must to charitable work 1 Truck Vegetables
A heavy snrplna of fruit and falling ,
prices in New York are promptly reelected ---------------- -

In every large city In the coon-. W11rI. S. SWEET & SON, Inc. TOiLORO's& :;
PIUPIJIOI regard to the quantity' of
.'f try without :
fruit In. tbempol' the local demand b? 89 TO 95 CANAL ST. PROVIDENCE, R. I. SPENCER [BOSTON, MASS.
onsnrners. Dealers In tbetrj base their
tiers on what they may obtain the ESTABLISHED 1887

fruit for in New York, and they are To the-Florida.Growers.and..Shippers: -- --
Ship your '
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careful to make their offers aI low,- \* Wire at OUR EXPENSE lor Marker and Stencil
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po8lllble. Any ether city In the north, The boom Is here-everybody working. The 000,000 people that
ORANGESAND GRAPEFRUIT being flooded with oraog.sill. have Providence market supplies have only lime to "eat drink and be

i I he same proportionate. effect -ob the merry." They cnnnot get to Florida, but they have the money to pay
market.' The lowest price' te'the one to ha ve>Florida brought to them ia the form "of Oranges, Grapefruit e
roles the situation these fraita they can both eat and drink their fill of i.'f'
\ that Tangerines, and in \'i'
.ETOD'O. PR011DEHCR*'.. "As the Times baa repeatedly<< nrged Florid, Bud are bound to be merry.If \'r' G.-GK McCBTNTOCKM ,
L Y during months and years the only boom that is 2>
PHILIP I Rhoda! Island yon want to get your full share of the business M
is complete \
remedy for this situation a house on the QI /
fruit to the right DISTRIBUTOR OF ALL
and effective: organization that will take now in the New England air ship your \| iiCITR'US /

aU the fruit of the state dole it ont to best market. ,
he various markets as it can be consumed Write ns for a stencil FRUIT R RIi
and, to the selling bonaes as. Yours respectfully, ': : :
BROS. CO. cleaned ont //1Earlye
LYON
have
IHE and only aI. they WM. S. SWEET & SON, \ ",,,
heir stocks on hand and are actually
trash supply for theft liume Providence R. I. Vegetables |
needing a
St. New"York : ,,
330 Washington late trade. A complete and well managed I

trust could handle the fruit crop MMMMMMK--- .
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or Florida so as to make millions of vi/i313 N. Front St. PHILADELPHIA
ESTABLISHED 1878. :
OURSPEOL: I TiEs: for the growers by systematizing i iI
the prices at : ? .
the distribution. and fixing mmm ji

F' L 0 FOP::, (A figures profit. that The will present\ pay chaotic the producer state Inlnons. a THOS. NOONEY & SONS' I I: jll\b\,/ Reference all over Florida. Write for Shipping Stencil "> '


'I To at the last trust or go complexion out of the business we. Jacksonville,' Fla.. I _\" ._ '-'''-'-,_._._._...."..'-aa._......._...... ,:--
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GRAPEFRUITANDi' and we might as well face. the .......... .. .
(RANGES, situation frankly and wltb a complete .eetii 4.. .. .. ... '
MERCHANTS .ttisis

begun acceptance to reign of the over new business.laws which have COMMISSION I il .. WEINERT & Co. w wT

the ; Wm. ,
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"As consumers of general staples
VEGETABLES people of Florida face and comply with FANCY \ \\w .
well organized trusts i
the demands>of !

Stamps. and Stencils furnished when requested.Wi and prices systems that make which a compel profit to na the to pro pay i I-FRUITS AND PRODUCE ;I T : :-

ducer and maintain these cosily systems II I OUR SPECIALTY MERCHANTS

We mast get on to the same
last i I '
That rls the
broke i w'
basis or no "
CRO.SSwtJJi/.CO: : .; word about It, and the orange growerof !' Rubber Stamps and Stencils on application u"."."., :
: S. Florida may take it or leave it. The I...--.e.9d____M>1III 1M.......................11III 1M I,;5% a
for plain-.peakina, on SPEOIALTIIDS1: : y'T
time has come ..
Tbes.facts. must I, ; vi

'Commissionlerctats ;! dleguisedlaoguaze.be acted upon or the orange groves enough of Established 1676 FLORIDA ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT FLORIDA VEGETABLES TANGERINES W '
backed by
Florida! that are not a'a
and business sense to overcome '
capital ?

SUFFOLK, VAi the through crushing the destructive difficulties agency will change of the P. RUHLMAN &, COMPANY .; Correspondence cheerfully/ answered" :atiF t

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; sheriff. ____. I ___ US Murray Street 2(11 Washington '!/ tFFt ...esestesFe ekts.F, e FFefrtF Fee atFtFSSS

Florida Oranges( Grapefruit and Tangerines Solicited Duty on Fruits. NEW YORK CITY ,..,, / /,, //.. u / ,,/ : ,
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thfl'' LEADING
Reduced to its simplest terms FLORIDA'S
We Refer by Permission tot for.. higher duty on citrus We make a specialty of handlingCITRUS '
Attention arguments

t I We to Give all Shipments Careful to Us I I Ceo. .M. Prevatt, Seville I j jt I ,citrus fruits is fruits this from I The Florida freight to charges the eastern on FRUITS', I!i VINZANT &, ALBRECHT CQ., i.

than the Import duty '
,market is larger ,
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t 'and, the freight from the West India -PRINCIPALLY- |! WHOLESALE= z

Mtiy'ei1"tl MMMM' +kaawara+.++.le.l.__M"_ _MMESTABLISHED "Islands of those: added southern together.islands. The can lay producers their Oranges and ,Grapefruit 'FRUlIT'' JXNJ PRODUCE \


less cost than the Florida producer.It We would be pleased to hear from growers !
24 Yens' Experience! Selling Florida OrangesQtE'RRlS.H is the acknowledged policy of the wishing'to use the New York Market .. !. ===== AND '
I the home market

BROTHERSj : government to the home to preserve manufacturer. and pro- i GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS .i.
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\ The only way to do thU Is to 5J
ducer.
j 5a-54: Commercial St.; Boston, Mass., : enable the home people.to present their ORANGE-GROWERS'' OPPORTUNITY! | Paid In Captttal $30,000established .5

I TSi. products to.the market at a loss coat J 1903 '
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ME'RCHAN, .
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COMMISSION than can the foreign producer.The : !
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I'' Member,of National League Uoaimisslon; I Merchants and The of 0.Record.S. I government has relief failed by to a offer reortion'of CHASE: &: COMPANY: 5j! ...,.;, 'I

heference: The Item, 4th National Bank Boston.' ; I th'a{ .Florida: the producer freight charges and the Urr st and foremost packers and shippers of fruits and house vegetables In Ue- j JACKSONVltLK metropolis! of Florida, affords a good! ., _I
psoking ,
oommodlcus -
r- WRITB Us FOB STENCILS.V to brine In Florida,have recently erected and a beat klng.boulI8 machinery, and ? market for South Florida fruit and vegetables, and we are la l '
other recourse latest oJ
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ttOffi haano
,, _____-----.M"-"" j- lore tth.ldutyon h an to inoreiu. hand.equipped the custom of the growers of Ibis section,guaranteeing.1(001I1180. 5 a position to secure top prices and make prompt returns. "We 1 I
-- -- solicit ''
.. tbade.Ited.nu
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......../'rriE r Vie.and bonsai IlMilop.. ? located on the main street, have three clt1lale.men
... ...... ..... snob fruits. are produced to th* fir the packing and msrketingoftheirt are of all fruit and I
dispose
trfeitse'f' s'eetpitf south I i They-oCbr ulvsntages organization brought to It* work the trade every day and we can
Mf f of
andtln I the:adjacent aesvioes and an : ,t
YOUR both""her* th* .
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,FOE- j by of.sparlencert and to the best advantages i. "
very
10333 aMoIenoT year
: conduction of quickly
*" XOP OP!* .mfoiatBtt territory''The; present blub slat UeLand demonstrates \ produce .'
'Tangerines"and-Early'' : Vegetables I = whi6h'affec'faFlortdai) have'"1ehat' Call- I I"' An Inspection1 of their'nw pnoklng" -houa for the at handling of the .,." ,. I
I Grapefruit( 1 : I bstWrtnsni prlnW Ink their facilities proper ,: "t"" "
Oranges, ; dnt'of'the''territoryeadtof'the fruit at this end. Insureyoisra0rf' up-to-date.service .'A ,: .
1fyolJoarenotdolUr all practical o.I.breadfatewellandfavorablyknowntothetadand '; ,
mountains for '<( '
HBWITTJ Chi4f : solicited
S "'I"henshlp'Ped' to *. Sufcgnanr: all the markat They 'Correspondence:
them at once. An increasein ..fl write to citrus fruits. oon of their brand for nwulu ': I
this! House on tb r.utatloa .
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,I business with purpose California to howovcr wlely.upon sale department being npr .. .J.-.,,* Y M.bes.W. -
would enable organized and experienced .'1 i RBP SI'ICAI.I. ..manmlM sear Sndetryet c any
ft th\el'1
duty have
\! HEWITT 3fc CO. i i i'i Mtend the Ua eastern limit trade, possibly .*> .."nled-tl1!).t men jtn..'UiilUiVS. "oommmUaatlon rlen_"a*and and ability Canada by wire.la. Tbelr with all of theseale main the prlnalparar4otma ooeatjaok agenta.iand' ',,' '!I. VINZANT .'"&\ .ALBRECHT": ) COMPANVlTt

to the.AtlantaoceanOn sonvlll I.In dally This rmulu ;'
'i COMMISSION MERCHANTS | lamDUJU'enieoUUy.r.xlstio.roaodttlsda '. 'Iakeptooset.etlXln. properxllitrtbutiritf ouch which witacondtlanslaalltearkets.Is one of the reasons why Cbasa"ComI' J t ,;,I; : IJO-u8'. 'Bay St..'JACKSONVILLE- FLA. ,
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VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD The inauguration of Gen. Qil- There are too many laws, as The Tampa Tribune gives $25 Meeting of the Woman's Club 1 An old Scotch Sure to former Ba) There.was lying: eu CAMPBELL & KNOX

christ as Governor of Florida the the DeLand Record maintains; to the Florida editor who writes what he thought was his deathbed. He

first of January relieves W. 8. but the trouble is, a great many and publishes the best editorialon The regular fortnightly meeting of began to give orders to hla,wife about I Contractors for
the Woman's club took
Hntered!: Moond In clue the matter.Poetoffioe at DeLand. Fls., Jennings of his fat job of $5000a of them are unnecessary and con- the Florida State Fair. Now afternoon, Dec. 8 An important place Tuesday feature his funeral and the people te be niTlt- Masonry, Plastering, Brick Work,

M year as attorney for State Boardof fusing. The amendments defeated here is a chance for those editors of the meeting was the report of ed.dying: Hta paid wife but knowing little attention that b* was to) not bill Cement Sidewalks, Curbing, Etc

II. B. PBEYATT, Editor Proprietor.The Internal Improvement. The at the last election were necessary who recline in Morris chairs during the delegates to the convention of requests, and this so enraged the farmer Lowest prices consistent with flrat
people of Volusia now ask only and only the ignorance ofa the leisure hours of the day the National Federation of Women's that he rose on his elbow and cried class work. P. 0 Box 163
one favor of the exGovernorto great many voters as to their clubs, which was held In Boston last oat: --
tourist travel to Florida is provision and intent caused their June. The DeLand:: club Is fortunate "What need I speak These be) 1-DR. S. R. LOVEOSTEOPATH
setting in earlier this season than resign as a member of the defeat. A campaign of education Hon. J. E. Alexander, of DeLand, In having been represented by two naethlng dUDe rlcht unless Fin that
Board of Trustees of Stetson::) Uni in behalf of the myaelT
amendmentswas
for many winter. past. member-elect of tbe legislature, is a such efficient delegates as Mrs. Voor. (
versity. conducted by the leading papers candi.late for speaker, and if elected his and Mrs. Colton. Their report, His, wife patting him.. en the IIoaJer ereeut. Aaaalcan SC.W"' orUMKOPATIIfKlcklfllle >
repliedro.ta, Baoldyt Bo.
man
John W. Gates, the multimillionaire of of the who state-but voted the kind will make one of the best presiding given by Mrs. Voorhis, was moat entertaining Keep yer min easy. Tell be the principal 60 New York Are. "ppoiin foil...A.I .-.
has gone: into the show Will the state prohibition is- people down the officers the Florida legislature ever had. -. man there."-Glasgow" Time. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a; m.L, 3 to 8 p.
amendments are the kind who do Mr. Alexander is an honest, upright The president gave a brief report of m., or by appointment. ',Tel 200
business, with a capital of $2- sue bob up before coming: session not read and therefore I .
do not ,
I gentleman, a law maker of experience the State Federation meeting recently Wtiere They 0.. Away. .
000,000. of the legislature? We hear very understand-Tampa Tribune. ,and whether elected or not 'be will' be held In Live Oak. The federation Of the late LaD doD Smith the ortt- :
little of it just now. The pea 'recognized as one of the useful members urges every club to help In the work pant Journalist end author of New HAYWARD INSURANCE
The Tampa Tribune is now issued ple of Florida are no doubt in favor We do not know about the ignorant of the next session of the legislature. of the Anti-Tuberculosis League. Let York, a Denver reporter narrated saw

every day of the weak, beginning of local option, but as to state and non-reading; voters in .-Live Oak: Democrat. the watchword be., "Remember1 the dote the other"day. 'A6ENGY.
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remember, he
said,
"my tint vttt
this week publishing a prohibition that is a question to Hillsboro and other counties in Red Cross Stamps! Their sale will to Washington Smith big and handsome -
-w further the work of the
Monday.edition also.; be determined by them in the future which the Tribune principally A.S the The : league and vivacious showed me about We still represent the Leading
report has been circulated that program for the afternoon, In
From aa eminence a great docs American Fire Insurance Companies
Lakeland has for the matter will come before circulates, but up here in Volu- Stetson refused to play Rollins in football charge of the science and art depart- rose op against the bins sky,pale the Gems
begun shipping a them very likely, in some sia the people are ratedjas: generally the management of tbe Stetson ment, was as follows: ec" the capital.Whatta among which i is the -

fine crop of strawberries. It is shape in the near future. There :intelligent, that they read I team take this meant of stating the Violin Solo-Mrs. Rosa. e- that said L /4 TNA, OF HARTFORDWith

the greatest strawberry producing are lots of people who believe in newspapers, and especially The exact facts in regard to the matter. "Color and Harmony"-Miss Whit. "Thatr said Bmrta. Oti. OM"I) 1M
; section in Florida. The truth la Rollinn refused to play field. .ftonal gas work'" us since 1872.
local option but not in state
pro- Record, and they voted down the Stet oo. Tinder the rales governing "Americas Pottery"-Paper by Mrs.Forkum .

Ool. Fred L. 'Robertson, the hibition. amendments by a large majority, intercollegiate athletics in the state read by Mrs. Bigelow. with In On* Le eee.. Dwellings and Contents a Specialty
Confederate and we glad they did, for the the managers, ten days before a illustrations from a collection of pot He-Tour slater said SB* eonldatWell \
veteran and one of 4IIa1c.
,
Jennings and Broward game, exchange a! Hat of players tery Compare our comprehensive
administration .
In address
the oldest an before the North eaa she
journalist of the State
certified to by their respective presi The music department will meet "' and liberal "Forms" with others.
died suddenly at his home at Tal. Carolina Society in New York on have saddled upon the dents that they'are eligible aDder the with Mra. F. E. Bond, Friday, Dec. 11, 'on 1"I the; floor made a minute her. W.when badat I base

lahasaee.last Tuesday.There Monday night PresidentelectTaft people a tax burden that they rales Either college has the right to at 3 p m Mrs. Getty and Miss Zelg- esi her foot Ton last ought to stepped bare I E. H. HAYWARD

4 w i- said it would be his aim can now hardly stand, 'and these protest any player and the presidents of ler have kindly consented to assist sea her."-lookers Statesman. 37 S. Boulevard DeLand, FU.

is no question thatfa heavy during his administration to amendments, if adopted, would tbe three colleges or their representlvee with the program. The works of =
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tourist travel is more strongly cement a (friendly have meant more taxation We noting as a committee pass upon the Schubert and Mendelssohn- will be the
already flowing merits of the case. or the list of play' subjects for the winter's study.
feeling between the north grant, however, that there was
into and
Florida.
The railroads and
en forwarded fiom Rollins, which indirect The civic department will hold a
steamship lines are crowded withtbemj the South; that the talk of social some merit in one or two of these violation of the rale was not meeting In the club room at 3:15 p'm. .

; and the coming' season' ito is equality between the,,races or amendments, but the 'people received until {three days before the Saturday, Dec. 12. Subject: "Clean

be the best the state has ever that an ignorant class may predominate cannot endure a heavier taxation game. Stetson protested> one man and an I Food, ;" with paper by Mrs. Carson. 2)0) ITt mOW!
had. over an intelligent people than at present unjustly exactedof notified Rollins absolutely refused to I I There will be no meeting of the
play uDder the protest, in spite of the literary department ,until after
of the them.' ,We that the .
is one impossibilities presume
,DeLand should be representedt within fact that two yean ago the situation Christmas. Now is the time to do your Bu ldlng.Don't .
with people the radius of theTribune'
American citizenship
was reversed and Saetson The next
played with re&lIlar'meetlDg of the "
the great Midwinter Fair Exposoitiou \ wait till' Summer when you
local circulation are one of her players under protest. If science and art department will occur ,

at Jacksonville.Oth: Fifty-fIve'of Ohio' bettee offthan the people up this Rollins was ao sure of the eligibility of at 3 o'clock p.m. Dec.18, at the home can't get labor. Let us bid on yourBuilders'

er towns of the State will be werepreented Il eighty-eight way; can stand any kind of a taxation her player, why,didn't aha fulfill her of Mrs Harknes The topic for consideration Material and Hardware before -
wltli. counties are dry. Seven are wet. contract and then demand that Stetson are !"Kinds
their
refources all ; and Characteristics
intelligent and -
This is the result of -six regis her Prices go'up again. 'We have 'on:
.and attraction., and DeLand months tered their, votes solidly for all present proofs In .the proper manner of Pottery," Mrs.: Hamlin;; .
should be there also. work on the part of the Ohio AntiSaloon the T Why was Rollins .afraid to play and "Cons Joueuess" under the leadership hand-----------.
amendments. coder protest }rAlMOlute of Mrs Voorhis.
League since the option
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';We note from one ofi our ex law of that state went into effect. Obesity. -S.- Several Tarloabs

changes that a number of young Of the 66-counties five went dry Yee, Frank Clark is- right. It There Is a member of the, faculty Private property Property. Right&Ja.the. ,shape ,m aaa aaBBBa BaaBB BSBBBBBBaBiBBBBBaBaBaBasB aniBi r

men of its section have gone to onder'an old law., As little )progrets may not\ be a tenet of the Democratic a word certain of university a colleague who, "I,*to a*rut rotund the formed which we know it today, was chtafly of the following; : 'Lime, Plaster Paris, Vulcanite *
'' was made under that law it by the gradual
Texas to better 'their condition. party, but as long a. it i is physically: as he la profound metaphys of the disentanglement Cement
separate Eagle Cement. Plaster Sewer Pipe
rUhta of ,
was (displaced by the new law ically"; ladlTidosds) ,
Florida afford. oppotnnities for the policy of the government to from the blended -
which has been successful Voting One day tile> profeasoc ebanced to rights> ef eomnraBt. Hair, "Congo"; n ty. There
to succeed in life that. give Is
'young men protection, we are very foolish come upon his cblldr a.. of whom be "W7 roaeoa for belterluff .
no other state can offer. will be held in the remaining if we fail to take our divi has a number all of whom were, to his that property> > ones belonged not ts) Stanbarb
individuals
.i 20 counties within the next fewmonth. dends when they'are 'offered, us. astenlsbmen, engaged In: an'earneat .. bot to or the area' P8 1al'CbaIs the isolated flunIlto )Plumbing (Soobs

The half of.the present orange ..- 'In point of populationthe Congressman Clark i. not now ina dlaeusrtoa"absolute."of. tile> meaning.of .the word a whole. la other wade. property q u

'crop of the State is yet oil: theteees. atate-'nearlr.half! : dry now, Democratic convention. ,He;)l la ) "Dad." gn.sld.n4 >o< taw nrancrtsM, was at first ommantotla rather fibaa. sold or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron,

.' ." 'A'great InaDY' of the :or* and in point of are two-third. I representative 'in Congress "can, a ma be absolutely good. ?* per.onsL-New Tort: AmerieaiLNewfeif Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to

'imgt'gtomtfrro''holding' theirfcoWr Most of the dry counties do not he is only .hired servant of 'the, : "No" ,","replied pot too to another rathDad *.. "" Alrlnf.' the 'best .. .' ,. _

l back/j not letting .'it'go contain large .cities. So far' 1,* people of' hi.' congressional' dis "ma a MBA t*_ .ateotately' fcadr 7'01D1PtIer, "Wbat's the matter. 'with your. .,.,..,
intS"market to b >0rked rot! In '780 saloons hare"been. 'voted out, trict. It Is not always theories "Ho." : J mended Borsm kotty. Tre got a den '

/i.1ut,"aiM'.they' ,will'get' '' muchawr.in boat'6ne-thlrd of the number in that send a man Congress.: He's girl."Papa"c\\,," a VOTCOM4.*. be abeoltrtaly M CaM child fatr, a),I to"'Oh.air my... r oplniooo, eeofM to, barent JftIU 4.II".BsUMly.' Wat'&rMi1Yeir'; : :Co.

e* &.,thlr fruit,"for" the state before,;the''county soption -' got to have vote. to "get there" .Whereupon: fatter P" tocoottaemtjyPhiladelphia .:;' "They're se state and sj sty they .ss> (Incorporated)

.....'i.o.. !, ""' .j voting began. Jacksonville Fioridiau. LtA&t. .taIaI7.1M..-... ..".4 .snmen r-.>tnsj 'etf that s.sl.'"-... t.- .. -.. . "

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I .t JAMES Representing W. HODGES .$ Christmas on the Stage XMAS ANNOUNCEMENT .



! ::: JOHN B. DRAKE & CO. .s Headquarters. for Santa. Claus


I Eatabll.h.,1 In 1870. .$

: .t Commission Merchants We have added to our stock one of the largest assortmentsof

X-mas goods ever, displayed in DeLand, at VERY LOW PRICES. ,'.
: 94 5. Market St., Boston Mass.

jQ We have a nice lot of Dolls. Toys. Games Books etc., from "

Hlgbtsl' Market' Prices ResHierf: for flood Fruit ftehmis Made Dally. Car 100 to 250, that are exceptional values. Also elegant; lot )iI'
.I Lots' a Specialty/ / Conslgnmenls/ Solicited. Members .
** duce Exchange. Boston Mass fuand. | Proi3 ..t of Satsuma China Sets and Hand-Painted Plates that are beyond .

..I Ref.n..1 Fourth N.tlon.1 Berk Boron Second Nntlonal Bonk. Oswego. N. yt I < 1 1 *, tit description. Also, various articles in Brush Brass including ."

and any m.rantileagency. e$ Smokers' Sets Jardiniers etc. You: will also find a ligne of Sou: ;

.t e venirs including Alligator Goods Abalone Shell Jewelry, Ster-

ling Spoons Hand-Painted Pins and Orange Wood Novelties that
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'- : cannot be duplicated in DeLand, .. '. .
Established 30 Years
,
+ Our Xmas Cards this Season_are Extra Fine

Ship to Hartford, Conn. With, every 25c purchase a Coupon Is given which entitles the

Purchaser to a chance for a SIS Doll and a $10 MechanicalTrain.
A Good New England Market '

See them In our window. e '.



MARKS BROTHERS BATESON'S CURIO Boulevard


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Oranges, Grapefruit, PineapplesALSO ---. ----------

VEGETABLES IN SEASONWe TREATY WITH JAPANIs


can handle carloads to adv 1nt 1lrc. Low rates via Clyde Line. Considered the Most Important Ja P. ALLEN & CO. '

References: Bradgtreet'ti,, Dun's Agency or
First National Bank of Hartford, Conn. Agreement Recorded on the

Pages ot Modern History. Leading Furniture House of Volusla County
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Nov. 28 Cor'liiil.,
Washington, nop-
l9>yfiwese4 JIMBIt'dxABFD WWMMM MMM
r-- p rt of and o\\ inputV! in the ends

i H. A. McMULLEN I II Bought to be obtained by Japan and the "DROP IN"

United' Slates In the argument: respect-.

$j Representing :II Inn China and the Pacific as outlined I.. .
I the Associated 1'resn dispatches printed and see our Newest

M! today, has been given by some, and it .;'
| E. R. BRACKETT CO.
in Parlor and
/ SF is believed will be given by all the Styles

nations.of Europe having Interests in

I Commission Merchants I UNDER__ :THE_":.MISTLETOE' ----- should that section receive of the the unaolmons world. That endorse It Dining Room fur- .

and nmmniu go upstairs I'll call you, ment of every progressive; nation., was niture.
: 312 Washington Street, New York I Seeing Santa Claus I I and we'll come down very softly, the sentiment expected today, because

Members ot the National League :I (Exeunt.) the motives behind It are declared to be

II. the best and make for the good of all
VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY (Children come tiptoeing In in costume > in maintaining
i FLORIDA FRUITS AND By LAURA FROST ARMITAGE. countries. Its Influence
Phones a No.6Z DeLand Fla.
t stockings in hand.) the status quo In the Pacific and the J. F. ALLEN & CO.
I.'red-Now, well hang our stockings
: (Copyright, (voe, by American Press Aaaoolatlon. of China Is pointed out to
Your New York Independence
We Solicit a Share of Shipments | / .) first (All hang them.) Then we'll get
I.EARL Into place. Bopeep, you stand here. be of the highest Importance, which
Rain axNoast Irving National Exchange Bank New York; Bradstreet # Hold your crook so. JIIss Muffet, you makes the agreement second to but
wish
to Ruth Oh, I
( )- just
I and Duo agencies; the trade everywhere. At could see him. must sit on this footstool, and yoq few that have been received in the latepages
frj must be eating. Put your spoon to of tbs world's history. -
Fb JMDtpDl6 sss alp eitt AlPtlls -See whom
4stlIttta7KlttbeFtefWkltbtf titSlke(
e+ your lips so. Jack Horner, get into Diplomatic Washington opened wide
Ruth-Why Santa Clans. I'
that comer and hold up your thumb when the full purport of KLICKER BROS
Earl!: and I have just been talking Ite eyes today
and Jill,
It. Jack
with the plum on
about him and we were wishing we the agreement which has been so much
stand over here and take the pall between
THE ARTHUR COURTIN COMPANYFruit could get a peep at him once you. I will stand here and bold talked about recently become known. Merchant TailorsFour
Gladys-Oil I wouldn't like to) my horn to my mouth so. Now we The reticence of tha state departmenton
Dorothy-Harry and I tried It last mustn't move our eyes. It's getting: the subject allowed but comparatively -

Commission Merchants year.' We came down and hid In the late. Now all ready! (All pose) little to become public about the
but and sent Doors South from Fisher's
trout hall found us
papa Corner'
to bed. Ruth (after awhile)-Ob, dear! This; negotiations, and this was confined to
us pall Is so heavy even If It is empty; there would bea
the announcement that
Hew York JVod (after thinking awhile)-I've
8D and 87 Front St, -
thought/ of something Santa Clays All-Sh! restatement of the positions of both Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns

_. wouldn't oome in It he should spy us Gladys (after awhile)-How my arm countries regarding: China designed, It night, new,
._____ aches!
uu but> U he thought we were not real All-Sh! was said to clear up any misappreheoslonthatmigbtexletInthe Suits that Qt you, too, just Suits superbly lined all through

children he might. Couldn't we fool / matter. right, and through,
Earl aloud.)
( :yawns
Solicits consignments of Pineapples, All-Shi That the two countries ever contemplated Suits well made at prices rlR'btSulta that are a bargain true-

Harry-My thumb Is tired of standIng going: as far as they have was Waiting here. When you appear.
Grapefruit and Oranges. An experi- .
I liP never dreamed or even oy the most san.gnlns
Dorothy-I'm-so-sleepy (yawning), of those who favored a closer anler CONSULTATION FREE.
of over twenty-five years guar-
ence .
All-Sh! taudlng in support of Chinese territorial

antees BEST and QUICKEST returns. ** ice I bead.(Jack Bopeep Homer's drops hand crook drops and, then leans his i progressed integrity. to That the the point negotiationshave of: actnal KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda I

.__......._n against wall. Jill lets go of pall and of the axreuient, thus Indl.
slides to floor. Jack Boon does the signature
tarStencllg and Market Reports PurnUhed on Application. rame. Miss Mattel's head drops fat eating a tacit acquiescence in the course ,
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ward. Boy Blue's eyes close and horn! by t the other nations having large interests

) I v falls. This rouses him for a moment, In the Jar Ba. ..t, marks, diplo-

kjgta $?5 but his eyes soon close again, and be raanlo officials assert, a decided step in JOHN B. WELCH

DAILY ACCOUNT SALES leans against the wall.) the gradual solution of the Eastern ,

Enter Santa Claus (All fast asleep.) question for so many years threatening
ORANGE OITY FLA
$ J( Santa Glaus. .-Ah r Well, well, well! n..tlons'lotere8tet\. ,
N thepeaenof the .. ..
FRUIT CO. -- -- ----- ----- ---
R. S. HAMMOND t Sane of the children of my old friend 1 he American government has fully
Mother Goose but what are they doIng
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
world having
nations of the
the
Paid.; sonnded
Capital Stock $30,000. Pull tE/31 x here? (Walks about and looks at
,- 1 Asia to their attitude
In as
interests AND CIOARS
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them closely.) Aha! I know these
children. They're not Mother Goose's upon the subject of the new agree -DRY GOODS SHOES, HATS. ETC., BTC.-

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES AND PINEAPPLES fanlly. Aha! I see what they are up tq. meat __________. _______u.___"_..
They're waiting to Bee me and they These Included the governments who Best and Freshest Oanned Goods constantly on hand and all first

Y.Commission don't want me to know them. But heartily gave their assurance to the class Groceries: for your table.
ISJt /4 they can't fool this old fellow. Just door" policy so warmly advocated
I "open Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat Market In Connection.
# as !If he didn't know every child in the and consistently urged by John -

world. I've found children waitingfor Hay, while secretary of state. That :Orders receive careful attention and; delivery prompt You will find my price
Merchants me many a time but they alwaysfall all will heartily assent tn the principles aa low; as the lowest. Give me a call
asleep and miss me. I'll fill the I
involved IH not for a moment doubt.d."nd .. ..
wi7ltrYWr r stockings, and won't they be surprised
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119 Warren St. New York I when they wake up and find they're so far as wa ascertained today two ,
SAirTi woounrf aom.ni IT m sxotnuo I missed me after all. (Fills stockings" of them already hive indicated their ,I
Sri OB' I then puts. toy or candy into Miss Mat sincere sympathy with the proponitii> Latest Style Golden\ Oak '" :'

...Write New York Office or our Representative, him by making believe we were llother fet's bowl and into Jack and Jill's' for an agreement, ali. .1 i have void.d 1 the ,i $'

O. A. Hammond DeLand, Florida. Goose children right out of the pan.) Now I must be off. But I believe A"nClw"nt that. It wilt l!' 0 intricate it ; PARLOR ROCKERronly 1..fJ

book) I'll try that horn of Boy Blue's marked deur.-p to a con'lnnullon. of Bend a* ft.e, and we'll pack and ship ron this rocker
Dorothy-How could we do that once. (Blows and runs off droppinghorn In ''br..r, c"-t :I that regularly 1.1I..t...t.n.IO....for f7.so. Boston leather

._ ._._._ .......... ..... ......._ Fred-We could dress Ilk. them and near door. Children rouse up a peace reaI1.be'we..."J""'mn Beat and back with preach raffle at top Made of oakBnl.b.d .-
2f?, ::a.__:::;-i ::::::.....:-:=:-:=.--.,:-:=......:-:=::1.-.,.,., ..... ;;:r then stand perfectly still as if, Just we W.N'JOade the little at sound then fall back into former I and agreement the Uul'eil 8>.a:as covri.e, tl.opolicy le.l golden Yon can and are highly lot poUihed.at money l4ehoalllIII1I111'deolred. by buyingelrect
something
of wax or position) the treai the aIn Ms. Ma.makes aalalnskt
way you do In a tableau, you know. 1(1. : of the tWO cunnirms gp chars and retie them right here In. the South te yea al
W ... A. EBIOKSOit R. C. BUSHSELL jjj h I a might[ think it was some kind of a Pacific 1 IB ,111\ i-nlmliiMMon, "f H lon;( bekw d nht w.1>IDIl you heavy] freight ehargeaand. retailcn
Morning,-Fred (t'Ou8lngl-Oh) I sayl ruder roflt*. Our klf tree catalogue ahowa over m dtgersatkinds
% how of wax: figures. Wake up! What are you all asleep fort linen couven'lo'iH'' treaties god 1 of chain for parlor,diningroom, kitchen, porch
" 'n ERICKSON & CO. U Earl-Oh, lull I I couldn't keep M Hnrry-Who's been asleep standing. l" ,lvnn, the two countries. S lawn,store,office-All rises and atylea-all at lowest bar
A. ... .... ,
J. still as that.harryYou. bault. ,<, the"lrov..r.y ov. r the gain prl. Bvery chair .reateec1.cUy aa repre
Not I. dating
could If you really wanted D<:rothy (rubbing eyed)- seated or your money MOL Yon take no rlak what
Gladys-I-was-almost-asleep. I Japanese school qnwton In San Frm.- ever. Mall postal today for Catalogue and epedalChrUtmae
8 H to see Santa Glaus. Earl (yawning)-Did-he-comef Cisco which for a time, lu the mind of Lilt. ....... dollar In your pocket. 0
ill' Oh, I will! I will! Bee net riCTOn. Yews tn,Jaswaubt4TREESIN
Earl- Ruth (almost crying) I was so some people, threatened .a rnptnre of flMID rants' w w

if'N ilr (PU Gladys('I.) -Will we have to stand so sleepy. Did you all see him the friendly relations of the two countries
S Wif' Others-Ob, no, no! !
very long? afraid all ...
Fred-Well, I'm we were -- --
not very long! We
Fred-Oh very
1" o'clock. asleep. But I beard him. He blew on
before 12
must all be ready FULLfI
r "IE Mother Goose chil a big horn. '
dress like SPARED.
We must NOBODY
Harry and Dorothy beard him.
YIi and 111 flx you ID your places.
't' dren. Gladys-And there's your horn Fred, I
illil Ill be Boy Blue. We can find some -
it' over by the door. He blew on that. .
l L "J "re s-up clothes In the attic.Jack Horner. Ruth-See what's In our pall!, (Holding KMuey Troubles Attack DeLand Hen .' Throughout the Gulf coast country-were supplied at the:
m 111 HAI'I'1'-1 think I'll be It up.) allli Women, Old anu Young.Kidney planting singe by Glen Saint Mary Nurseries. These trees have
it' I E I can have a pie. Gladys-And in my bowl) grown well are hardy and vigorous, yield fine crops and have
.. to be Bopeep. A Ills all.' young and "'111.
Dorothy- I want true to name. Fine orchards of our trees are eloquent
't' W iiin cane with a book handle will do for.. Harry-And see the stockings! Come, quickly..a Iii, II tie warning.Ubililrvn salesmen for us, and It (Is not strange that.our .business keepa
S All-Oh, oh, ohl! (All run to get the autf rlu Ihelrenrly jean'm -
'. 'r crook.OUdra. < <>tuontr>.I the kiilnoy noretlons.. I growing; larger and larger every year.
,.J May X be Miss MoffettZarlWhat stockings.) ".Oil U are Iniicultl' nervous, inner pain.;. '
/ __ Both and I bet Dorothy-Oh, why couldn't we hare Women worry"an't dndal13 work.Men Glen Saint Mary .JeweI'Pea h'
< jjjK can Jack and JH1 kept awake _. i bays Ian.. sod cubing .....,k..
jfi Estey Bridgeport, Carpenter j J'ftd-You might be missed him this The fur man women. or cblld. sections ot
NEW ORGANS: of water. An empty: Fred-Well, we've ou.e By all mean the best commercial kind for the peach-growing: ;
Colum- and carry a pall time sore. But next year well try It In to mire the oau.the kid nays.lauu's Florida, and excellent for home use. We offer an unusually fine stock of young;
MACHINES: Edison, tii vm do:' Now let's be off and seewbt \ i Kidney' Title cute nick; kldnnyaVnrvbl' native setd.These .:
TALKING ptfl stocks from peach
NEW and well all keep awake.AllYee h.a. on new land-cla subsoil-on
/ find. Then we'll0- to gain, fi>riD.of kidney sulfvrlpg.Dxl.un.l grown with thrifty tnulkatoPa
we can and trees roots
clean
vigorous
M bin Victor; Zonophone NEW SEWING UJJS bad and 111 Me wake, and after papa Indeed, we will. i.iiI.-1i: leBtliimnv C 'Nichols Drove, living It. on HowryAT and ;are the very best to' be had, -

White -- UeLand. yin, aavtl "1 speak; cry and have been propagated under our. .
Domestic
MACHiNEsV New Home, Jj| PAPER highly In favor at Doan'n Kidmy. fllla. ] personal supervision. Absolutely -
SAMPLES OF WALL hid been sufferluc for sometime from a true to name
Standard and others." HARNESS made to jjj V FREE dull ncbliiK In the email of my back, so.oomp ........
flit') ol l ibarppains thruugb my pleat tm P Jeumawy
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POST CARD too ... W.
Order e rly.
Fein
ariilra "
will A loins, 1 al o hail lorna annaysnoe
Wall "
JN! order. }$ I W8W" .change Piper uninviting I you Intend papering nil from headaches. Doan'a Kidney .ea.r sae -
dismal rooms into an at bring you samples Ate*. Pills helped me from the drat, and I oan-. .
n DBLAND Music HOUSE jjj u unl irncdVe cheerful home.door If you Intend painting not recommend,them two hhrhly. Hy caw Wh.L'ha'
We place at your send for prices sod color danifbiar also u.ed uwm for similar trou. '
the privilege! of selection card. We have rcw bias, .ad the results were moet b nenolal.Doan's .. 'e 1ENSAirrMARYNURSERIFSCOMPANY
Phone 134 HAYNES BLOCK vjjJo from the ?Urgctt thing la PAINT and cast Kidney Pills In my family provedto i .
end most varied stock in save you money. be a most reliable remedy.for all forma ;

't.... .,.,. !!. 4.f.o.-.4J'o. t'I the South. twins fir 01. kidney complaint.all dealer. Price Meente.FoaierMllburn .. r! Bet 22..'GUN SAINT WAIT:FLORIDA
"'. =' !" 'e'eat: ; :fc : r:.::co: :k-- lib fIr_ -. kwti.Le For sal*by ..,President....
-fiF} :I'II! :h;11'ra: :rrfraa: cor:c-: : rlpI II&'I\ 1 agents for the United Uo, Buffalo mates.. N. Y.,-sole O.L.' T,HAIOLD A. Hux>t&eneuryi' TreaamtrII ; li.eF

BALFE-CONROY COMPANY Joe........ .... BamemberUw. "name-Doan's. and._ take.
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LAW,

DeLand. --- Florid =Ooes Everywhere=: I Ij'lortl

Will Practice in State and tVueral


'for Infants and Children.Casttorta TEWAKT & -Courts BIVT.ATTORNEYs"ATL.A. ] Soutl? <

la a barmlesa rubstltnte; for Castor Oil,' Paregoric

Drops and Soothing Syrups. It :la Plea a.nt. It
contntna neither Opium, jftlorplilne nor other Narcotlo W.Offloe -

RUbstanco. _It destroys \Vl'Dl&.J'Dcl allays l''everlnhuoH3.
1C cures Dlurrnooa ana Wind Clolio. It relieves TeethIng In Bank luTlding.Brancli DELAND. THROUGH PULLMAN SERVICE
Over one of the moat superb coarse* among enthusiastic followers of tlit Troubles and cures Coo tlpatlon. It rcgnlntea the office over posCOffice.DA Y'.1'ON A I

in the world rolled and oiled till the I port, and we often heur of how So Stomach and Vowels Rtrlnir IteiUtliy ROIl natural sleep.
The Childreu'a l>uuau TLe ;JUotlier'a friend.! Flab TRAINS
Bert
surface presents the ideal oundltion that and-ao made a hundred miles an boa 0.ry D. Lndis ON ALL

permits snob terriflo speed aa the great In the straightaways like the Fercvsoa The Kind You Have' Always Bought LANDI3" FISH

antoraceraof today jaat revel In, Savan"ab. avenue stretch herewith pictured. bat aiid"COUNSELOR8;;

Qa., will witnesi on Thanksgiving snch a clip Is seldom reached except 1 Bears the Signature of ATTORNEYS -

,day perhaps the greatest/ straggle for at such courses as the Ormond-Day- AT-LAW, i CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER"
beach In Florida, and the Brook-
tona
premier honors in the motor world that DeLand, Florida I
lands cement track in England. Ninety
baa taken 37111 Practice In State and Federal
ever place. I
I mllea an hour Is a safe estimate of Courts. ,
That all records for peed in automobile the Hmlt of speed on a public roads and
Special facilities for examining For detailed Information: schedules, rates and reservations, Bee
contests over pnblio highways are course replete with twists and curves I land titles
perfecting your nearest Ticket A pent, or write or call on
threatened with oblrfton seems asenred such as the turn Into the Waters road In
Use
For Oven 3O Years.

when one glances over the entry I shown In the_ accompanying Illustration ..... .'NT'U'!.. ..... .....,,"" a..... J i,. MoCROKY, E. L. POWE, Ticket A"eat Atlantic Coast Line R. R., tJeL.md. Fla, 01
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list containing the names of nearly all 'l"r"M.t.t''tr";;: : : .,

noted driven battle I Savanna!., la appreciative of the !great ._ FRANK C BOYLSTONTrMv. Pass. Agt A.C.L. 1 iJ
the race scarred -- -- -- "C k 8oaville'I Flft-
value of die race from an Industrial --- -- '-- '- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. A. W. FBITOT. Division Passenger Agent A. U. 1.. J f

and genexal business standpoint and Is very tIff'ctlvely.Proto '

veterans of many a death defyhit treating right royally the contestants, Stover made his first public appearance CHOICE PEACH LAND DeLand, Florida.Silat .

flight over the straightaway and many whom they look on almost as heroes here as reader anl won bis I FOR SAIE! ON EASY TEAMS

a ajclp around the turns on two wheels, for the southerner admires valor and audience completely. We hope to hear S. B. Wrllhl. Jr.
B. Wright
.that, now hold the fickle favor of the bravery examples of which are exhibited bim often. $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE
to the last degree In the demoniacal WRIGHT'" WRIGHT,
public.
America as usual; seems to have lit struggle of the 120 horsepower Airs. Phillips and Prof. Morse were Beet Peach Section In tbe State John B. Stetson University I
ATTORNfiYSATLAW.NOTARIES
tie chance of capturing the champion monsters. Thousands of dollars have tbe capable accompanists for the S. A. BAKER Seville Fla."She .

_hip of motordom from the able representatives been expended on the roads used and soloiolg.' POBL1C
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of .France Italy and Germany a grand stand capable of seating 8,000 I tllc at Telegraph Office
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'We bare no combinations of: persons has been erected at tbe point Cot Them Explaining. Dx.& AND FLORIDA. A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.

drivers and miu-Uiaos to compare with of start and finish. The state of .___u_______.
Even as inenn little CUSH BS Wlllinm
Nazzaro and bis Italian Flat Wagner Georgia gives tbe use of five regiments COUNTY ABSTRACT,
and De Palma with the same make of of the national guard armed with Randolph Hearst is capable of dolnpouie l/OLOSIA and TITLE INSURANCE COLLEGE OF T.I HER AI. AKTS-Engllih I.nngunge Lltcrntiiic. I.ulln
An letter GreekGerman, "French Speniftii, Mub"mRtlus. (Jhmnlatry,l I'hyxiiiv. M"hAlllo'Alts.
good. stealer
a he inperfection.
Sxtss In the French Renault, Hem rUUs and ball cartridges to the COMPANY.
keep
.car, History I'Dllnsopby I'eiluungy, I olllkml J'onnoim, lllnlum, U..h'Il'' ",
cry and the German Benz, Duray and clear during tbe race this costIng \ And he has maleapnblication Physical Cuiturti et . eourse
. several others of their class. like tbe Manufacturers' Record Titles In8ur d. and Krnduiiilon tbat wcie buld by Ille Univcrslf orCblOAgn. IIIIllbo
I tbe state about $5.000. Abstracts furnished and titles perfect affiliated
Should Robertson and the American nee sixteen nf two were
a pamphlet to
winners of the recent I Twenty cj>rs are entered In the race pages explain : ed. Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup COLLKUE OK I.A W-Alwaj'B strong tbls Cnllc u will be further f'rcnilli.
Locomobile fourteen of foreign make and six ot why the Standard Oil Company plied. ened in the tall ot 1KW! b> Increasing the. touching forceund und by uUiMlng a
Tanderbllt cup race have been enter 'American manufacture. sbouM be mwllnir them a remittance of Oi>i"x>lte Volusla County JJank.D&LA.ND two yea'8' and H tbree j"arf' course. ol. study
ed In the Savannah Grand Prize race COLLEGE: OF TECHNOLOOY-Civil, Electrical, MocbnnlcHl., enl, CluMii.ioal .
Uncle Bam probably would have atooi The Automobile Club of America blls a few thousand dollurs. FLORIDA Engineering courses lending to degrera.COLLKUKFOK .

of the colors spent $23,000 to uialte the Savannah You've always got the best of t e"rjfUU1..nt TEM'HKKS: college couiRe (or t."CIIl'I'1I It'.. '11111 'In u
a better chance lowering Normal K ,hool for Flm-ldn nobon! IrHcliHrmodel hih'x.U in .nil/ II <
Grand Prize: race a success. It nil degree; a <
of the foreigners than baa ever I when von get tbe other follow If.. ALEXANDER ,
great "alued'at $3.000 | grades ol tlitt public school special empbitxia heinu put mi llie seventh I'M! .
been his fortune before in such a con also give a gold cup explnlnlnir Nckfionvillff' .,FlnrldlaD.Tutt'spni eighth grades; Kindergarten TralnlnK School In nepirulo building.THK .
test. To be just to our native high and $8.000 In cash to be divided among : Classical, Latin SclentiUo amiSaleiillUw.M In i.icvaratlon ,
the first six drivers at the finish tbe i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. for college. Btutaon is especially-iilroiiK tills work I u s \tidviiHbuve
said that
It must be
speed auto pilots. winner receiving $4.000, which ongh Kooe to Harvard, Yale Princeton. 4 ornell Mlchljaii(; and Ublfiivit,
they have seldom been favored with to awaken of tbe twenty to ffice in Bank Building BUSINESS UOLLEGE-Banklnir In Milts branches; Bnnkkpi-) | l>''u l hv ,II t>
:machines of home production capable anyone ; DeLand, Florida. best methods; Shorthand and 'l'ypewrltlnll.I..ctive l ouurnes upon in < tliprdi'partiuents

,of standing,the terrific strain of a his bent e'torte.Precedlug! can look out,but you can't look In* w .j three to four hundred mile road con the big race by a day. Courts SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ART*-Wood War Unit, Iron Working!, nn.l
thore will be a contest of s|)/'pd fo TRAOC Manual Training8CUOO1.
,test-without developing a fatal weakness ., OV FINK AKTS-Drawing in Charcoal "ndluk; P Inlli-g In Oil',
small stock cars, known as the "Inter "will aave the dyspeptic from many
somewhere In the Interior ot; ol ,ami enable him to ait DK.U. A. DAVIS Water-color and 1'astol; new studio, costly CHHUI mixlelH, eto.
national U;;bt car race. In which M ?T- days misery SCHOOL OF MUSIC A ( 10
their complicated organisms.Of whatever he wishes. They prevent $10,0(0 pipe orgso; pianos; nepnrittn linlldiiiirj'
.the drivers selected to uphold the enteen cars are entered thirteen PORCH SHADES PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON larpe rar-ultv; thorough ooursen: oppoitanltlos of henring ornt>.rliiB.BTKXftOM .
American and four foreign uinchlnes SICK HEADACHE .. -- DELAND FLORIDA. : baa a Faculty cl'4H priitensors and teachers. i'boy hold\ 'Il'g'< I'd
gasollnlc honor of the United States, .
from the University CbloHgo/ llurvard Yale. Columbin, Toronto Wilke Kor.
"WDUe Haupt.: who drove the six cylinder Among the entries In tbe preliminary cause thefoodtoasslmllateand nour. We :are' exclimve agents at DeLand Office at residence. Indiana avenue, eat LoulBVIIle Bowdoln. Uuech' liucl.ncll Unlverniiy' of Him llnr| l 1''nlonn,
Cnadwlck so superbly during the struggle there Is little choice tuougl lab the body give keen appetite for these Por Shades.. Just the thing Court House. Arknnsns,' Kalamazoo Haltimori and other lustltntlons, Ihvru. mo nearly

first half of the Vanderbilt race In tbe manufacture! of tbls c-lnss of for your verandas during the hot sum Office Honra: 9 to U. 2 to 4. and 7 to 8.MRS. V4MOOU In bulldlnK anil equipment" : over $:Joli000! endowment; an pnduited
cup DEVELOP FLESH mer sun Call at our store and library of over 13OOU volumes: .n 'Imautiful cbapel with costly iurniNbinfCH, In
and will nave the handling of the same and solid muscle. Elegantly sugnTake'No '> examine. eluding stained-glass windows 7 oil paintings, a 910,000 plie. organ ; a !K}'mnnf i.
car Thanksgiving day; Mlchener In the VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. um with complete apparatus; un pn< loaod athletic Held, running Duck, IsnnU
Ixxler and .Joseph Seymour in the J. P. *l.I.FN CO. courts bnseball diamond pnlIdlr"n.\ besides swimming, golf,rowing and olbcr .
Substitute. sports* separate buildings f r men nll.1 l women: ten large laboratorlea. rur Cbem.
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h --- -- -- -- ---- -- -- PHYSICIAN and SURQEON; istry, Pbislcs, Buoterlologv Mineralnur and biology; several lartce ninaoiitns
und shops; electric IIgbt. ulectrlo. bellia Htenni h Ht. cement w.lks.bell rondu,
BKVo.. Honth of the oollpgn. Is HODGKIN'SWagon broad akuiiiieBapaclaiisuuHiiiis.| shiuliberv, nml tree.; noolal Mter.iry musl'!
about three fourths drained of water Office, on East New York AyejweDELAND : and other Btud nts' clubs; stnr lectuie omiraes; Ciirlillan and not aui'tnrliin
from FLORIDA. teaching The location is beautiful nml healthful xittl. thc expunseii! are low.
the
caving in of the bottom .f
For catalogue, views folders and Infur ma ton, aildreH' tna I'res Blue sink. Severn, this Shop
yeain
sink ago itme 1 QR. A. .MUNSON.. LIKCOLS HULLEV, Ph.D. Lltt.D., f..I..D., DeLand, Florl caved In, draining the lake almost

imply, leaving high nnd 1ry carloads of DeLAND FLA. .

flab The banks sarronndinx the sink I HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. __ ._ u. ___ _

caved In perh"ps twenty feet all around Everything In Wagons Buggies, Carte

and there is a small stream running etc.SLiop, maunfactnrecl in the very anclr"pa.Jred best woikinanuhip In my Office: Second Drug Door Store.South of>Fisher'e FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

Into the underground panRnge from known. Only 6rst-<,lo.sII men employed OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5

Tlhlack sink. No one knows, where this and nrat-olass work turned out. I bavaately DeLand and 7 to 8 p.jn.' LOCAL TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1908Mo.
Florida
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underground stiexm empties, thou h fts added to my plant a -
WDAILY No. 29
probable that it flows into Itchetnck- QR. W.--S."-TAYLOR -- I DAILY I MAIN LINE DAILYM&M

nee river -Lake City (1Itlzen.Repo..ter.CASTOR. .

510 pm I a 20.m / .._.Jtokaonvill*. A 10 pm ....mI
SURGEON-DENTIST SP? lOUam, !....-.._....'!!. Aujjustlp! ___ ......1-, 4! pm '_ ...

i ::: : t ::::::::::::: : ::. ': _': t: s o pm :Snaai44aai
Office In Fisher's New: Brick Block, 1 23 pm : : .. .Onnond :::.::.:== 21 pm

FBRODSOM AVBITOBl, IIROwnlO POBTIOIT OPTUIIKB .I IA, Second Floor 1 ro c:: 8 1 20 SO pm pm: t ::::::::::::::.:::.::...N Daytona.. amyrn.. ::=__::=::::::t: ( 01 Mpm pma 4 auuiintm Kim
MJJ.B BrBAlOIITAWAY' 11 J8 ..
(29
pm pm Lv..Tllu.vm..M..L. 1 14 pa 1 II.

automobile the American maker excels : For Infants and Cnildrea.fba DeLand . Florida ::: 4 4 19 11 pm pm t ::::::::::::::::::::..:::::Bock; led.Re.. =, ;==:t: 19 ta pm1118pm 141 aa

the world so victory for a Yankee Kind You HIV& Always Bought 12 I I .m 4 60 pm L.. ..... .._..............Run; Gall e......_......_._Lv 11 M am I Una
Yankee entrant la not an unlocked for 12 4' am 600 pm L..................... ...,?.Melbourne..._._..._......... U 44amMim 10* a.
[DR. R. E. WALKER 160.m 7 00 pm Lv..t. Pierce......,.....___ .L.. I UUpiaI04p
entrant la not an unlocked for prob 100 .m 804() pm Ar......_. ......... .W..t Palm Jj..eb...._. ........_L.. 7 8e anC .
ability. = 10:00: TO 13.IK) ) A. M. 88..m 10 40 pm L..m.... ._... _.Ft. Laud.rd..L., 6' ..mB -npm
HOURS 6:30 11& .m 11 46 pm A........................... ....Mlaml...... ............_..._L.. 00 am to
Both races will be run over the pnb : i : TO 8.00: p !M ;000 .m .760 am1050am ........................... ...... ........__..... "6 lOpmS 00pm00pm

course lie roads of of ten Chatham miles circuit county being a short used Excepting-Saturdays. t :: ;: '..1 :':::::-:. :::.:::: ;; ::: .g ;;k :::=::= : 10pm HPally a Mamtt

President Samuel Oompers of the
for the email autos and Office at Residence
aspecially corner Michigan "'
American Federation of Labor baa recently except Sunday. f8unJ"y and Wolnmdaye Only. tTneiday* and rrldaji' enly
constructed course of 26.73 miles for Avenue and Boulevard hone'191.
the: Grand Prize ca.... The total distance solemnly declared tbat if he is PALATKA BRANCH

of the light ear..course Is approximately found guilty and fined In the contempt I .. .....
I 'O. B. L .Eu1 BA.8T I'ALATXA TO AfTl.. Le... PALATKA. TO 1UItr Ant.,.
200 miles and the longer proceedings against him at Washington WEBSTER'CONTRACTOR ,I'alatk.. PALATKA. Palatk. PaI.tk. PAL.I.TJtA. :PaIe1kaIIO.m

course 400 miles. he will go to prison before he wijlay '

Lewis Btrang' last year won the > a cent. A prominent Gainesville COLD TIRE SETTER and BUILDER ..No. 48 Dan,.. ...._ 6O.m 611.m!! ...... No. 4'1 Dall,.._ a:
826.m ..._..No.4' Dall" .._. 8 .
46 ala 'OO.m .._..NO.4' Dall,__
stock car race over the same course.. itlzen gave vent to tbe following after My Specialty U 126.m ..._..No.60 Dall,............ 946.10 II 16..m .........No. 61 D.II,._ Ij I. a.a.
r8Ml1lngo thA .. .... ___.... Oan Bet Tires without U 6O.m ..._,No. 62 Dall,. ....... 1210 pm :I 60 pm ..........No.18 D&1I,._ 10a.
To p.
c. 10.
your taking
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n----a --- --- .. .u.- ARTISTIC CONCRETE BUILDINGS 406 pm .No. M D.Il'......, 426 pm 480 pm ..._.oNo.II! Dall'....... : 'Ift
.ruaat INTO mm WATUW BOAD-BA&FS i>a I Glee Club Concert. able if that distinguished! labor leader wheels from vehicle We take out no II 06 pm ..........No.68 Dall" "... 1126 pm 1 06 pm ..._..No. a7 Dall,._ ::
rAiiiiA. TCA. oono umrant: MTLUS AMHODB. bolts, rub burn ,,1& ..-.N... 68 ....__. .... Pp.
no paint or vour felloes AND STONE SIDEWALKS pm : &1I' !!II pm .()() pm ......'.No. &11 D ... .11I
The Stetson Glee Club, Mr. John W.'blllipe onld have been roped into prison just 'with s hot tire. Come and see it work

Simplex,look beat. Two Americans Director, made Its first appear- before the last Democratic National and yon will never have your Tires set SAN MATED BRANCH
will drive foreign machines In theraee.'LewlB"1Itrang Convention and kept there until the end hot again.
this season at the andloriua Insure with us. X> BaitFalatka BAST PALATKA. .
a\lde\ University ave TO Arrive Ban Leave Baal BAN MATEO TO KA8T ArrlvslaalBAM
"drlvlnlr' a4 French be Democratic Thanking for in
partyxmight have fared you your patronage
MATEO Falatka
last Mateo
Friday neDIu Mateo PALATKA
Renault and Balpb de Palma of Brooklyn ; a little better on election day."-Oaineaille past and hoping a continuance In Njow la the time.
'l'leL.mnuD'.commIRee1were the
piloting\ aa Italian Flat much Sun. future I remain 800 am ...._..No. 40 D..II,....... .. 8 60 am II ooam) .__No. M Pally._ IMam
i ELxagfsradon In recording tbe speed gratified to find a large audience present Yours to serve, .5J pot ,tCaah: for!, losses.JJ. 14pm ._No. 69 Dally.......... 8 86pm 8 40pm ._.MO. 64 rt lly._ 400 pat

attained! In great auto races. is common 'when the concert commenced. SCOTT HODdKINS.tbe .
j The result of the splendid training by hould be protected. __0. 11 No. 111 M*. 17Dally MAYTORT BRANCH MO.M Ho. 10go. >> .... a8a.
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only Dally
OauySlOpm
-> Dally .only
'rof. What Aila Tout
Phillips was apparent In evety W. C. CANNONS'Livery R you insured ? .
'
amber tha boys santf. The- Rosary Do you eel weak, tired despondent '100 pm 900 ama Lv...............JaokMinTllle.__.."" 1411 am it m pot1160am IMpm4M
TheSinipleLifeibae'to have frequent headaches coated pm SIlO pms 40 am ............... .Fabli> B..ob..L.. 'OO.m [-
was and 'Po
lonlary beautiful LIT Every
par tongue Feed and Sale Stables: company: reliable. .411 pm 65 pm710pm 145 am ...............Atlnntto Beacb.w ........__.Lv 'IOO.m 1145 am 4 iap
Lamb?-won the heart of all.- bitter or bad taste In morning "heartburn ()() pm. 1000 am Ar _............. .ypott.......__.L. 114II.m 11.10'" 4 III ," belching of gas acid risings In
.Us baata PERFECT HEALTH.. The march songs and Anchored was Pine Fashionable Turnouts When does policy
your expire: ?
throat
after eating, stomach gnaw or If..' 110II, Jr.. 1 Doll, If.. nol.., !>., 4 CcUl, !No, D"' ..P-
iTbe clear bialo the healthy atomacb, the iven in stirring. style, and the medley burn, foul breath, dizzy spalls, poor or Bus meets all trains at A. ('. L. Perot I No ... ....... Onat< Cllr Breach .o. ._ MU Saate;, I-' __ lab>4 Braaeh140pm ,.,11... _
.bodily exercising in harmony at* tour policy in force
organ from the"Soath ?
closing'wltb" Dixie'was variable appetite, nau..aliD..* and Harks me<>t morning! and afternoon F E
,the first ...canal* ol a Simple LUaA a delightful surprise. kindred symptoms? "ij. Ky/ trains u' Oange/ City nml nlirht Telephone 00am L... Vaw 8.ma .... 1 60 pm 8 48 pm .. 00 amOOam Lv..T1tMTllle..Ar. 1) pili
If trains. at DeLand Ju ollon. U. U. Mai'hotb number sixteen. t aspmt 11 OSam L.L... ." "M.L., loflpmHMpm &815 m ) ...i8aobid.Lv. 10 ..
AND I
utter PEACE SATISFACTION.Ho yoTN
This ave considerable
I concert was by far the most preen I any number of routca. Hacks meet bouts nt BeresfnrJ k pm140pm 1180amU4aam L_ OhFM..LT. 416pm400pm ._....,.. '_M "_"'''_ __
'know t loos and the best ever given by tap the jbove IjHB toms you are suffering 'Je"tle i horsfs and rarelul, dilvem. HON INSURANCE AQBXCYiwlll ", __-c"J' "a. La 60 pm _......_ _............_. _
the ol
one can pure) delight I IetmpJe fromXrillouariaasT liver' .
tarpId with tadl
.
'- living "'IMrIVU.-'i. llaeClub..boys. .Caare.oawwrta will hone 3. DeLand. Plaupply .
Ietton> Dr. Pierre's OoMmtMHdlnftl CONNECTIONS MADtt
Btiay3p pMiM AT KNIOHTS KaV OOCK WO" Kay WMT AMP HAVANA.
..kept la a state oi tension by Constipation be looked forward to with Interest. Dlneoverr m maxI.Tiinof I -flnd us.at '

Indigestion Dyspepsia, Biliousness Mr. Walter D. Brown of Cincinnati.waa valuable' medicinal principled k t / *"!> .d TIME..TABLaa Ikow Mu=M::-i.: tnl e mmv.I.....-:::- ..:"J.-==

and. other dlaease due to Inaction of tb* i the baritoue soloist. Be appeared .tixliealclenca f... SletRon and DcLarxl.. ..... _,f _... (_ .nF ...... _.. __._ .._._. ....

liver. In two of and made men I. bnnrmal cotnjlftQnn| Jt infiiT Is a most I FOR COPY Ot THK LOCAL TIMS CAD OK. OTHER INFORMATION kKB TUB TICaMT AOBNT.*
The Simple Way to aeek the Simple groups songs, an efficient liver In.l otator. ..toml&ObOnl..,.. I I. D. RAHNBB AialaMal. Omeral PaieM,ar A aot ST. AUOUST1NH. FLORIDA
Life i* to seek the remedy lor these con excellent Impression. His voice .is ot bowel regulator and I.
nerv* itrengthener.
.. .
dltion,4 Thia remedy-. .baa been. found in pleasing quality. and shows mncb trainIng The "Golden Medical Discovery' la not V.' H... VOORH1S. I '-
-
oar great product :. .. a patent medicine or secret nostrum a Th

;; .M las':Lena ConklinII' was the soprano full list of It* Ingredients being printed Dentist,
:r JOSEPH'S
., ollst... Ber Selections were ..beautiful on It* bottle-wrapper and attested under Evejn tualtyr \
.. and her oath. A glance' at Its formula will showthat .p...0. Blopk, DeLand, .JJ'l6t
/interpretations tcauid aod
la. each was pnk up. Yon nmnor
1 I' It contains alcohol
no or harmful
Liver Regulator butter than evor >4>rO'l'8. She is ..Indnjlrwith' ; habit-forming drags. It 1 Ia a fluid eitract cdhlcrov I Bonn: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 4'DR. ; r .

style and with more understanding mad with pure, triple-refined glycerine, in Anwrloa. ItlatoonriulTiuitacoto/' .

(iMa UqiiW.wdfirvnlM'r-rm.. ). than heretofore4 ao4 'wiltnmdonbtedly of proper strength from the roots of the on W 1* wlll.wtun. Kecrt. Aimuat riooiWrluto j ji YOU WILL USEr

_' herself followlag native American forest planta r
make
name1 for1 iu the '
It"ha* made life brighter and bapplnees ,Is., Golden Seal root, Stone root Black D. M. ramv 4k co. .
and peac poeaiblei when all waa dark musical. world: Cherrybark Queen's root Bloodroot an< Oetio4l, Mloh. i : JOHN REEVE
and dlatreed.r If reaches the center* of The audience gave1. her enthusiastic Mandrake root, .. I' / '
life and purille them.' It encourage* the .
reception at every appearance The followlne-leadlnc medical a..tI r
liver, tomach and bowel iliA toeet. and. The Stetson amon* a boat ot other.*, axtoltbe forecolnSFoota -_. .-'--.. ..- .' J : :
more natural activity. quartettedeserves high for tbeeure of lust_ auch ailment* ae tha DEUND FLA. .&' A8'M/D'UI""
for their : .! -- -' tel Pror.; B.nbolo' .
praise epkudld work.
!.
It-te the Simple'Way to"* Simple' JUf*. They tftlftlhlcaffoi '''0 .. 0011.... 'hULPro., .. )

at Health, Peace ContA ntmeat. : ... ,. were thoroughly ,at honi '>ln every ..D10. nIY.o'J''llror.ICd''I. :

JV Many person* attest this fact who have. selection, 'and; in' the: bnmoron*. selection Prol YObal 'lm.aDD.-t

ivalUed .6* troth by: .actual uperi nce.Ir ..: '. *kept the audience aa uproar.Prof. AmoQet".. DIa.r.a.2..., Jli caJ; : : f -
11,00:0Acres '
: .
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'- : :t Da: :.r.
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Johnwa.
Llvr ReffuUtor I Phillips and {tUsa Conkling sang aureno* ,
.T' tN--hj.fClUId" H.y.lPro/Inler E ln... .D.. illllEils.
1m : exceedlnrir palatabletoUiatjaM. "The 'Night, \By mna. ; ', 8ea"' beantiA !- J J5'irl I.""KSif k I' !a AAthIW of Cypress' i fl'
'" ItisauldbrdruUFIceuUabuwla. i !: CtJ. Cblcaco. Bend .::: : nd; \ ;
ly frees op IPoatal Card to Dr. B.t. PlereeTBut* IEJ.U1U AN* CM**'
.\ -.' R rulator in now. quartette,made up of Prof. Phillips ..'<*. N. r.> and. i etT fn. booklet alTln* TOCWEBBT BSUIIS. Pine: Timber-iniBreM: '
**itm<*t r">"wrlttnen of all the above medf.al *
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"* LIiJi! ab xtln boxes : -"----ott-r.
boxes for d01a,, Mr. Phillips, .Mlaa Conkling and MrCation authora and manr other*....soqlD..la.. : ,
ve a stronireii erirFtaTedlent "IA R..Iy.... ,.......
"ary'or lado Into a tea everr oraooompanr sang. a ,40001* number, "!>rope rf DpMlble.hlr. *. *Urma.eacb I Ool3ea I ieJlcal and Dlsoo- ....,. ...-- .......... yard i County 'for.isaiaj. -;
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' '. of RaID' and *"'l'he Sweetest. Flower .' f .\Tteree'e PleasMrv Pellets reflate'ana! -........-........
that.Blo.,;.." Tbe tonal qualitywaa kxlvor.M ewaMoav liver and ..c-.... ..c __ ".Se }TtE" ?
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goody the balano* of tbe_ par .. Medical. DtenoverT. f If bpweJe. era much earn- .G "
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t School books at F her''' Fresh garden; aeed for fall planting at
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+ 1878 : ) ,- Je'met't2 '
Fam ortb Christmas Roods at Allen's, Postoffloe Flsher'd t. ,J'
'UepartJnetlt) 1908 ; .1:8S.and. 11:20., .: M: block. Everything for horse .at.J. Cranor'a Christmas'to; HU !
S ii"ltlb'N' ..: : M ithe Ij
Nluhl \ \ .
e."ii."ii. ( ...au0 Buiith) ..;;?:so a. M. Get your repairing.done at S.Cranor'enew new barnesn' shop. tf ,, .ti

f \: $101. Going..I North ..Orono.......'. j.40p. ? harness shop tf Mr. Lot'Is having a nice addition? putt .y

EVERYTIIING e Hbr Orlln/e'outh./ Clly.. .and.. 11:40..II.aod6p'II, Bath Rubes aud Smoking JavkuU at his North Boulevard home. AB in the past ten ;years SAHTA CLAUS

TO EAT TO WEAlTO USE Night 11I1111 (North and East 8"tb llonat,10:11). .::,0e a:tt N: Dreka's Department Store Phone (8 for the choicest cuts of beef, will make his headquarters at -, *

or le-na I ,lose 80 minutes belbre departure Get the best meat for your home. It mutton and pork. Marsh Bra' '
------ --- can always be had at the Marsh \
Market
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----- Miss Ida Erbart Is visiting bur sister '
Roues and violets for nnle at Rosecroft. Vlrs. John Paxton, at Jacksonville, B' R.'I I ILL'77ie 81' ,
I west Rich ave", DeLand Fla U 80 8m .1
JjQCAL
SPECIAL SALE SYNOPSIS All text books used 'in the public .
Mrs F. H.
Flnney was nn Orange
schools can be had at Fisher's, DeLand. .,'"'
City visitor to DeLand the first of the Original and Oldest Toy Store In DeLand '
week. Large Block to select that Christmas .
ON I'HE
IMPORTANT NEWS ITEM!! OP
1 Hon E. W. Bond and Mr. Mavnard present from a' Allan's,' Poetofflce
CLOTHINGFOR THE PAST WEEK. Bond block. The finest line of Japanese and European China/
were in town from Lake Helen
ware ever shown In DeLand. Price moderate.
Tuesday The latter part of last and the first of Fancy Art ,China { Snltable for and '
15 DAYS f.o..a'. and Society: Item for th. Birthday Wedding Gifts M
Paper--Brlof Mention of Faoti PopU a. What do you want for Christmas I this week regular summer weather was well M for Xmaa. ,. v

Seen bY our Reporter. We have it I 11 I Reeve& Howard, The with na.Senator. Statlonery-s Boxed Papers. Just the thing for Xmas
ONLYMen's Studio Shop. Frank: Sams wee at the
Band Ba Pocket Books, Pane L
1 (a'
Wade, the toner Orlando. Dr. and Mrs S. R. Love and Miss county seat from New Smyrna the first Alligator Goods } Watoh Fobs Card Cases, and otber git good:00te,
Baxter returned Sunday from a visit to of the week.
Dr. Mellette'Remedies at AIleD's.I Jacksonville.See 0 AnvanirQ J{ Silver Souvenir Spoons, Shell Goods and Oran. e'Wodd
The Record will give you some Interesting OUU1CUUS } Cnrio to mall to distant friends; goods packed by Mr.BrUl.
Black, Blue and I Souvenir's at Allen's Poetofflce block. Brill's Christmas offer In hia ad- Cbrlstlng news for the next Tnnn j Dolls In profusion, breakable and unbreakable, from tOo up. Doll

Mixed Suits. All kinds of fresh garden seed at how Gem to Theatre see the free moving pictures at the two weeks. 1UJ {1 Trunksand Pianoa., '. .. .' ? ,> ." ,

Ftaber's. Mrs. H. F TJria and family arrived Steam Engines, Mechanical Automobiles, BookA'for Boys and
Cement sidewalks at popular)) pricesfor Games J Girls and Babies, and hundreds of other toys. ,About BO varieties -
Don't put off Christmas Thursday from Havana, Cuba, and will ;
your shopping
$12.00 Suits now $7.49 the next sixty days, 19 cents and np. of Games, lOo UP. 4 .
too late. Do It now. O. B. Webster. Phone 197.' make DeLand their future home.
Glass Vases, Night Lamps! ,-Candlesticks. Salad Dishes, Water. Seta, eto
: : 12.50 7.75 Fine harness made to order at J. Cra-' Mr. Chas, E. Sparker, formerly of Miss Grace Hubner returned the latter -

nor'a new harness shop. tf this was at DeLand from Daytona of the week from the Lausdale, Pa., Baskets{i Waste and Work Baskets In various colors and designs. In-
Bead \ dian Sweet Scented Grass Basket, just what ladles like.,
: 15.00 10.50 Mr. Ellis G. Blake Lake Helen the first of the week. home where she spent Thanksgivingwith '
waa a her A fine lot of Cups and Sanoers from lOo up, for gentlemen and ladles
visitor to DeLand Tuesday. School Commissioner A, B. Prevatt parents '
Hosiery and Handkerchiefs.
18.00 13.50 c The City Council holds Its regular was here the first of the week to attend Mr. J. W. Coleman who came down

i 20.00 16.00 monthly loD Monday next. the December session of his Board I from Lexington several weeks ago to All the above and much more at the very low-

Mrs. William Leary. and child came see about shipping his crops of fruit, returned -
est consistent with the best of
That Is going to be an Immense prices quality
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up from Jacksonville Sunday and are to Kentucky the latter part of '
: 25.00 18.50 musical event at Stetson next February. with the mother Mrs. Geo. Hutchison. the week, goods

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e The second cool spell visited ns Lost-Going from Colonial conrt to The man in charge of the Cranor _

; Boys' Black Blue and Wednesday following the rain of Tues Record office a small gold neck-plh. stables harness repair department ia a NOTICE : One ticket for the Moving; Picture Show given

day. Finder will be rewarded by leaving it at' crack.a.jack in the making or repair of with every dollar. purchase.

Mixed Suits. Alderman Jackson was a business visItor this office. I' barns,. He has samples of harness

to the metropolis the first of the Keep In mind the prizes we will give handmade by him and he certainly ,

$1.50 Suits now $.98 week. away on Christmas Eve. chance with I understands the business.

Miss Shorted la an Allegheny. Pa every 25o purchase Reeve & Howard, Let all the UeLand people do what

2.50 1.49 young lady spending the winter at The Studio Shop. they can to have tbe State Teachers

e DeLand. For fancy articles In embroidery Association meet in annual session at

3.00 1.98 Deputy Sheriff Ed. Smith was in the tatting, crochet knitting, drawn work : DeLand a year. hence. It la the most Do Your Christmas Shopping EarlyCome

tttt and hand-painted goods, aprons-plain Important. organization in Florida and
4.00 2.49 north business.end the first of the week on official and fancy-call at Woman's Exchange. 'I this; convention la worth fighting for. now and get lust what you want, before the best''

4.50 tttt 3.48 Dr. O. B. Webster cement sidewalk President Hnlley, of John B Stetson things are gone. We are ready to assist you In selecting gifts
Ed. F. Oates
Attorney at DeLand
wee contractor and manufacturer of cement University will also use his good offices
for and and of
have the largest most attractive line
,
anyone
he; first of the week from Davtona
on beautiful 1SOO art
is In
5.00 3.75 blocks distributing trying to get this Association here.
law business. ralanders among his customers and I Holiday goods ever shown in this city. .
There will be an entertainment in the
| 6.50 to 3.95 Hon. Frank W. Pope of Jacksonville, friends i public school auditorium to night for the Our Toy Department Is complete with everything to give

attended the session of the Criminal We build monuments to your order. Benefit of the library. The pupils/ of the children a Merry Christmas. Beautiful Dolls, Teddy Bears,

Court this week You get them direct from the mannfao- the high school will/ give an Interesting Instructive and Games and Books.
\Why not buy a Suit for an Xmas Present Amusing Toys, ..
Prof. A L. Hnbrle accompanied the torry and we save you the agent's commission program, as follows i Comedy-"The
Stetson Glee Club to middle and west Write me for prices. F. J. DnlyQYoung; Man In Town" Farce- We have an immense variety of Christmas Cards, Booklets

rionday thla week. Perry, Orlando Fla. "The Frog Hollow Lyceum." Specialty Calendars, Tropical Views, Water Colors of Foreign

-0.-( Messrs Robert and Bedford Jones Mrs J L. True and her cousin, Mrs. -"Little Lnrkee, Lurks." All who enjoy Scenes, and other Pictures, Framed and Unframed.. .
: J
''G A. DREKA & ; &:: were at the county seat from the north Clark were In town from Orange City a good laugh come. Admission, Kodaks, Alligator Leather Goods, Japanese China,

end the first of the week. Monday. Capt and Mr. Clark are adults 25o. ; children under 12 years Souvenir Spoons and Abalone Shell Jewelry. .
from Caribou Maine bat spend the
Connty Commissioner Brooke WM here home. 15c.The Cor. RIch Ave. and Boulevard
.... . . . .. . 1s4 ss u. . the first of the week attending tbe December winter at their Orange City Glee Club left Tuesday noon for REEVE & HOWARD Deland. FlorIda;

____ uu ______ _n session of his Board. Mr and Mrs. .W, B. Gelsainocer and Palatka, where they gave the first con
Mrs. G.'. con, Mr. Thomas H. Wright, cert of the present tour Wednesdaythey

Mr. Henry Stevenson was over at arrived from Philadelphia first of the sang at Madison, Tbtfradny' at Live

Sanford the Bret of the week looking week. They are occupying| | the beanttfnl !. Oak and tonight/ at Gainesville. Thereare
Vulcanized --------------- ----- --
For Asphalt RoofingFor after his trucking business there.
winter East New
f Gfli'slnger home twelve In the party made up as _
Handsome Cnt.Glass. Hand-painted York live 'I follows : Prof. and Mrs Phillips Miss urFe

Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish China; and Stirling; Siver goods at Dr. B. B. Knapp, pastor of the Presbyterian .' Crinkling, Miss Marion Gardner D. E. TAKE A SLICEOf

Allen's Jewelry Store, PoHtoffice block. cbrrcb of this place preached Carlton, B. R. Raoey L. F. Carlton, L.
For Stoves and RangesFor
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nettleton arrived last Sunday at the First Presbyterian I 3. Jackson I. W Cotton, F.E. Cramer, the Best part of the

Standard Plumbing Goods Friday last from their Pennsylvania church Jacksonville. Dr. Clark, who W. Y. Mlckle and C. M. Wiggins.
Earth while
VarnishesIn home, and are at The Oaks for the win Is occupying his winter home at this you can
For Paints and
at Dr. Knapp's church The State Teacher Association will
preached
ter place Buy it Cheap. .
hold an annnal session at Gainesville ,
best grades obtainable Orders taken for Sunshine caramel While filling the tank of his auto with
during week,and I t
holiday County Superintendent -
and genuine old English fruit cake gasoline Saturday night Mr, Sam Gordon of Publlo Schools A. O. Botts, No. 393.-Five-acre bearing Orange

ill R. D. MCDONALD made by an expert at Woman's Ex- had his right hand and arm badly all the county officials the City Council Grove. north of <$$700 t>
hange. burned by the fame igniting from one city and not far out,... >l
the Business Men's League and all the
It Is bad burn and
of the auto lamps. a
- When you are tired, or want to meet business men of DeLand are going to No. 307.-Five Acres of Land
be Is In considerable pain from it at his
THE MARSH MARKET 0 OWe yonr friends, or if yon want H cup of home. unite In extending an invitation to the and Small Honaa and $$600 B I II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II
coffee, tea or cocoa, go the Woman's Association to hold the succeeding annual Barn near city.......
At the State Teachers' Association
handle the best meats to be had, both Florida and Exchange. meeting to be held In Gainesville the convention at DeLand and every
We always have the Best of Staples citizen should join in the invitation.
Western. We can supply you with the choicest cuts of and Fancy Groceries. Polite attention last of December, Miss Lena Conkllng Mr. John T. Walker was here from No. 298.-Five Acres of Land; good Two-Story House bearing Orange

anything in our line. Oourteous attention and prompt and prompt delivery. Dretta'a Dept. will take part singing several solos at DeLeon the first of the and ather Fruit Trees; good neighborhood; $200 down;
Store Phone 77. two of tbe most Important meet'ngs. Springs part ance on easy terms.. ,..... ...... .... ........... .....bal$800, $
delivery. Give us your next order. week, bavins a wagon made at the'
She will also recital in
give a song
DeLand Mrs. J. H. Kerr of Lexington. Ky., Gainesville early In January Qodgkins shops,to haul his launch from .
MARSH BROTHERS arrived the latter part of the week, and Spring/ Garden Lake to the boat house No. 419.-Twelve-Room Honse, central location, renting for $$2000

will spend the winter with her dangher Mrs. Belle Coulter has leased her on the bank. He had this launch 940 per mouth....... .. ... .... ........... ....... .... 1 1it

:tg Mrs. E. T. Gross. borne on West New York avenue for shipped from the Potomac river where

Mr. Sam Flowers of Seville is a the season to the Bradford of New he uses it in the summer. He and

juror before the session of the Criminal Brighton Pa? tile same parties who Mrs. W. take freqaent tripe in it down "Real< )state
When You Contract fortePAINTING occupied it last winter. They will be and oat Garden Lake the St. (Soulb
Jourt. He is one of the enterprising down January 1st. Mrs. Coulter and Jobn'a river.Spring to ant insurance
itiiena of the north end town.

Miss Bessie McNeil, an attractive for the.Mleses the winter.Coulter art at the Carrollton Hon. S. J. Hilbnrn, one of the prominent -

young lady of Arkansas, is at DeLand attorneys of Florida, memberelectto
The fall conconr of the art depart.
the from Putnam
viatting her brother. Mr. T. L. McNeil, legislature county
YourHOUSI ment of Stetson University will be held
clerk at the Walters Phar- was at Deland from Palatka Monday,
treeoription Friday afternoon. Deo. 11th, from 8 to
as attorney for the plaintiffs in the case CHRISTMASHeadquarters
macy. 31 and Satnrday Dae. 12th, from 9 to
i
of Barnes/ Lit Jeanp vs Mlgtrs, et al.
E. compositor
Miss Sophie Gregory a b.a
13 o'clock in the studio Science HalL JtP
winters arrived All the lands, turpentine plants and
DeLand two ,
at ago
Admission Friday afternoon is by invi fixtures thereof, belonging to the sale
from Paterson, N. J., last week to uo-
tntlon! All who are Interested in art
defendants situated in the north end
in The Record office for oVolnsla
position
cept a
Stipulate ax will be cordially welcomed Saturday
the winter. county were sold under execution W e w ih to announce to ou e
morning that day by Special Master J. Lee friends and customers that we
Mr. Henry Stevenson shows na a Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Hlgglnn
Sherwin-Williams Paints McCrory for $19,01)0) There were have been appointed headquarters -
Kv., in which is reported -
Georgetown paper were at UeLand from Astor the first thousands of acres of turpentine timberland
passing through that place two of the week. Pat has most of his crop ,. i. > forSANTA
" " " " " " " " rain-loads of Immigrants, about 600 CLAUS
of orange, thirty odd hundred boxes, Mr. J. C. Stanley returned Friday 1 /
For sale at en route for Florida. sold and the money in the bank. So from a three weeks' visit up In North ,' in the grocery line. We feel

With every gnu purchase yon will far his crop has netted him$5,700. His Carolina where he la interested in the -" honored In the appointment,

get chance at the beautiful JapaneseTea grove is on shell land, and it produces the two factories which supply all machinery and will do our beat to reflect. ,

Walters Pharmacy Set or tile flue big brown Teddy HS bright and pretty fruit as ever went and tools need in the mannfac; credit on Santa: Clans' good judgment by giving von every

Bear, to be given away on Christmas out the state. tare of naval stores products. He li thing of the beat to promote good will and good cheer at

Eve at the Studio Shop The low price of oranges in the mar also one of the owners of a 17,000' acre moderate prices.. Some of them are fancy table cluster '

L ,.., County Commissioners Potter and Murray kets for the put two weeks has stoppedthe game preserve near Wilmington Dar Raisins, Figs Dates, Canton Ginger,new Nuts of all kinds.

-- -- -- a and School Commissioner Crouch, shippers from rushing in their week he and .
ing Thanksgiving a nnmher We will have Almonds, Mince bleat in bulk:, and the
--e: of the coast districts, were at DeLandthe fruit The market, however ia now of Invited friends killed on this beet Plum Pudding you ever ate. We wish to take this
o = c = = = first of the week to attend tbe regular recovering from the slump, and growers game preserve twenty-one deer and lots opportunity of wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a'

monthly session of this Board. will begin to get their fruit in for the of other game. It is one of the fines Happy New Year and to thank you for your patronage.

Dreka'a Department !Store are now Christmas trade The slump was In and most valuable game preserves in Very respectfully,
WATTSTHE displaying their Christmas stock. A round oranges Grapefruit and tan the South.

larger and more attractive assortment gerines have been bringing good price. S. A H. WOODALL -. Phone 79

MAN than ever before carried. Don't fall to.I all along Mr.-un. M.__ n. Whelden.. ______. _Mm__ _A.Chlsholm ._ W.'n
HARDWARE Mr. Con. O'Neil la erecting a new
come In and Inspect it before buying.

__.__.______.____.._____ ._____________.______..___..______..__r..______ Messars. Silas B. Wright and John R. house near his present residence Mr. were and at other DeLand Orange yesterday City ladies -
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is it for him.
William Mowers building '
Wetherell attended a session of the Christmas shopping.Mr .
The present home will be for rent. It "THE MA.RKKT"LEONARDY '
next to Royal Arch Chapter at Palatka Monday D. E. Thompson was here -
I will shortly move into new quarters, will be an eight-room house and will yesterdayln
night and enjoyed a tug banquet given the interest BROS. PBOPBS.
of the Jacksonville
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will be modern In ,
location where I will have ample room cost about$3,000. It
present after the session
my the Palatka Masons
by He
wants DeLand
exposition.
stock of eveerythinfc'; every particular Mr. R. D. McDonald Choice Northern and Florida Beef Mutton Pork
to display a very large new Mr. Grant Bly and family have drew the plans and it will be a and Volusla county represented at ,
carried in the hardware line, and I ask you to call Into town from their East New np that exposition. ,
moved pretty home. It will be just north of Sausage, Hams and Bacon.,, Fish. Always the best <
stock I will have on display. home and are occupying Thamanegement of the Gem Electrto
extensive York avenue
and see the the present home fronting on Florida *
It ia the best line of goods to be.had, and you pay the second story of the Hayward home. avenue. Theatre are going to rive away some in ,the market. Prompt and polite attention. Your; ,
have leased their home for the fine prisM on Christmas Eve. They
They
grade of goods. C. E. Parsons of tbe solicited
Uev. pastor
than for the cheaper patronage .
no more winter. offer a beautiful ten dollar doll, ( :.
M. E. church over at Seabreeae, and his .. """-
1 until AN AI PLUMBS to dO'your plumbing. Mrs. Geo. B Aokroyd's father and eon were before County Judge J. Lee twenty-two caliber rifle and other presents. '
A chance with -- - <
Clark have goes each paid
and Mrs. John ,
mother, Mr. Wednesday under the charge .

---..--------..-.-----.------..-----------.,-....-......-.......--......---.. come from Toronto, Canada, and Intendto of McCrory larceny the taking of a boat and tbe admission window. Primes on display in the The Most Complete Line of

and all Kinds of Building stay with Mr. and Mrs.Aokroyd the contents from a house, There was quitea I .
Sash Doors, Blinds, ,, whole winter. They are delighted with delegation here from Seabreeze for
the town and climate. the accused. The Fire! piret ints Oils 8 \larDisbeV :
Hand. and against court Pai <
and Plumbing Goods Always on of Record ha The National. See T. B. Arnold, Agt ;
The Criminal Court saw no criminal Intent upon the part V V v
.. .. .. ... ...*....'-.--..-..-- session this week. It spent of the accused. The boat was found by '
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all Wednesday and Thursday on the them and the contents of the housewere In the :
new barn_store tf .. "
case of the State vs. Frank S. Same, found by them ia' the building .. 'J- ,s "

W. C. WATTS charted with aggravated assault. bought by Rev. Parson. If they were For Bale.-Mule team wagon and bar "," iffHO __

The jury returned a verdict of guilty stolen and put there It was without his D_. .W,., M, Best ,tfFii' ,:' '
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Demand Florida J. slated In the prosecution and Landl. defended She State and Landts A Fire) _

ll ,\1." .' .' .... & fish represented the defense. Flab accused.\ 1.The,National. See T. B. Arnold, Agt.; .. ..
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L At*" DeLand: ChurchesjBaptlst Notice of Final Discharge. [Notice of Final Discharge.

action before the Criminal l THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS The Woman's Home Ml8I'10uary'Society Notice la hereby given tbat tbe undersigned Notice la hereby given thnt the under.
ACIJOVERTlIECOUNTY bond warn fixed at t QO. Be of the Methodist Episcopal Church administrator of toe esut of Zllpbla sinned administratrix. of the .estate ,,T
Thankofferingservice 'Church. deceased will on the S3d day Ralph H. Barker will on the lOll
,1 of
J.Varnes..
: I hUD TO to furnish' tt and'waa sent to Met In Regular Monthly "Sesslot will bold their annual second anniversary REV. J. B. OAsES Pastor otAprii. A. D. 1 00, lilt bill final! accoUnts January, .A. D imc\ ?, present her flni" ro.MABELLK .
ITEMS OF ISTKBJBISIT ;jail to await Judge Jim and celebrate their follows with tbe county Judge of Volusia county, ennuI' to the County Judge or V.lusla
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Monday and Tuesday.The evening at the Services on Sunday will be' as ssk that the same be approved County, Pie, together! with Ih
I and vOUrber8.
THE RECORD OFFICE BT ITS blafortune. Deputy Sheriff next Monday J. Hark- Bible School .. . .. .. .i? a. m. and Florida that he be discharged as such .-, aDd ask for a d..111. dischargas luch Bcl
COBEE8POHDENT8. Magistrate MoOorkle armed Board of County Commissioner home of the pastor, Rev. Wm. Morning Service . .. ... a. m. tralor. mlnltratrlx.

( with a search"warrant and in regular session the first for the ness, on Wisconsin avenue. An Interesting J. B. Y. P. U. . .. . . .S.OOp.: m 'fbll Oot. sa, 1\108\ 1, o. BARKEB
baa been planned : The 0 . . . . ..6:4: P- m hAM FLOWERS, Aiiniuislratrlz
the following
his layout place at Emporla and transacted program Admlniatrator. This July 9th, 1008.
Pierson. a violin Evening Service .... .. .7:80 p. m.
day afternoon where they i University Glee Club quartette will
At the evening/ service the pastor
all the stolen clothing and The following road and bridge re solo and a quartetle of female voicesare preach (bY request) on the teaching of

Bar.: B. A. Hoegarto! Oiled the pulpit seems that the two men were submitted I some of the musical features. A the Bible on Women; Speaking in the"

In the Baptist church bre Saturday ud from New York together as District No. Repairs. on East Coaal cordial Invitation u extended to all residents Church-Is It Allowed or Condemned Come and t

Sunday.Magistrate. packed and brought their, ,. ; Oateen and Lake...Helen and and visiting friends to attend this A short bright friends.service.

7. F Edwards, 'of "hl8 the same trnnk: and Yankee City and DeLand roads.. meeting. bring your -

place, weak to DeLemd on buinetbatnrday. Dindy" carried the keys. District No.Uncovering and apreac C Church' 91"tc ick
t1)
and Glen wood : A handsome and expenolve art Christian;
.' was loaded twice, you see. shell on Stetson very
''don't touch it ; repairs to bridge on Crow's Rich glass window has been purchased at E. W. SEARS, Pastor. __ _
Johnny yon \ _
1'Ohie' Little Egypt --0-0"-
Powell of bv School. . . : 4'Elastlo"Bookcase, "-
and DeLand road and the Jacoby Art Glees Co St. Louie, Son<1ay "
hla beat lady oSunday. it only shot once, and there was Orange City sand Preaching. .11:00: a. m
went to young Communion
seo
left for Drake that Yankee North Boulevard and LaU the officials of the First M. E. Church. Christian Endeavor . _. 6:45: p. m. and Desk combined. 1IUJUJJI.1BW!

Dandy plugged and cooked> roads. This beautiful window will be placed Evangelistic Service.. ..... .. 7:80 p. m. ,
John Dillaxd and Fred Hodgson ooai back of the pulpit the first of next Subject of evening discourse, "The ?cmiltsasmuchorisllttle
No. 13.: cEmporla goose cake. District No. 3-No report. hook space 'as wanted.
teoua and friendly to Degree Deo. 20th, FaltbThat Saves"
week. On Sunday morning,
.sOrange Desk Unit with
Ormon Invi Comprises
District No. 4-Repairs on extends a hearty
was here Saturday., Dr. Harkness, the pastor, will preach a ''I The church to its services.Presbyterian you. few or many Book Units as
of Powellvllle went City. the theme ...ation desired. convenient -
Robert Bennett special Christmas sermon Roomy '
toPaIMksThuzdai., Be ia ouooftt District No.5-Repairs to bridges. being taken from the window, which Church ,attractive. Call and see ,
The road at last meeting 10S
aa accepted it or write for catalogue
beat boys south of the Old Dominion. Our orange growers are New Smyrna and enterprise. road represents "Chriat In the, Garden of REV. BENJ. B. KNAPP, Pastor. I J. F. ALLEN & co. ).

Mias Lola farrlsh, our well equipped trees. Tnrnbnll road I is hereby declared apubl1 Getheuuiane. "With this extra window Sunday School..9::411 a. m
nourishing' aoho< the First M. E. Church will be one of preaching Service.. . ...111L m AGENTS, -'-
1 teaching
a small
edaoator haa built bee
Mr. Met a road having
of worth no objection; finest churches In town. On Sunday Y P. S. C. B.. ... .. .6:45: p. m \
the
,
la deserving
here. She tPI..A.
for biB auto.2Profeeaor. to same. Union services will be held. in this DELAND

praI Hood, Mr. Gilbert The Clerk was instructed to notify W. evening of Dec. 20th Dr. Harknes church at 7:80: p. m. .

Dr. R. B. Underwood of Alhambr Reed expert to build Province that J. E. Alexander has will give an Illustrated blhokboard sermon All not attending elsewhere are cordially

grove this place, had the misfortune closing place soon relieved from his rifle bond aDd the theme being "The Revelation Invited. -
the -
hla fine baggy bone. Charlie la his license on account of said with the Star. a Christmas sermon to
'Mrs.
of Blue
John Thereby, Special mnsio at both morning First M. E. Church .
weeks 1& cUed of colla. la visiting relatives and has been revoked. young.and evening service will bA under the Rev. WM. J. HABKNESS, Ph.D., Pastor.

O. O. Naaworthy! of Little Egypt; 1 18 Augustine.1) Clara Gray waa allowed (5 00 per direction of Miss Crawford. A musical Sunday School . ... ... 9:43: a. m I

porting a brao new Up top buggy and' Master Thayeri, Thnrsby la towards her support and spiritual treat will be given to all Preaching Service .. . .11:00" a m. \ Favorite
harness He i Li as good a' boy as' llvt ll Mrs. Ten Bob was allowed $d.00 per Theme "The Christian Fight.
,
on theee religions ahorea. his grandmother Mrs. M. A. for board of O. T. de G. Bertola. who may wish to attend these ser Epworth League . .. . 6:45 p. m. Btt1r
on Oak l: avenue. allowed vices. All friends and strangers invited.
Mrs. O. L. Richards was a Fertilizers
John Horn la on the invalid liet .
Capt. S. -
Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph of $200.00 In valuation to apply
with fever. 'Be ia one of the moat skilful next Dec. 13th. Cypres Church.
at their oovy cottage, corner tax ot 1908. On Sunday Catholic
blacksmitha between Maine and and Oak avenues. The communication of Mrs. Clinton Camp No. 13 Woodman of the World, M. J. CURLEY Pastor.

California and from Minnesota to tbe of the Impressive ceremonies . 10 a. mBnuduy .
Mr. and Mrs. Unas. St.Johns referred to Commissioner Murray will conduct one High Mass and Sermon Manufactured by
GalL peculiar to that order, in the School, .. .. ..11:15: a. m.
plntlylocacecl.' the The Clerk was authorized to procure . .. 7:80: m.
and Mias Elea monument to Evening Service. p.
Mrs. Albin Hagslrow Volusia and L of for $7.00The unveiling of a beautiful to all '' COMPANY
tage corner copies game law. A cordial invitation is extended SANDERS FERTILIZER
nora Bagatrom terminated very pies nues. Criminal Court cost bills were the memory of Thoa. R. Webb, in Oak ,

ant visit with .Sanford t: Fridaj I dale Cemetery. This la one of the featnrea .
43 and Clerk instructed oath.B. .
in the for$87 Charcb
Many hogs ranges HethoJlst Episcopal ,
They are ladiea of the highest order of of this fraternity. No Woodman' Fla.
there being but few aorons issue warrants therefor. F. HARRIS, P. 0. Jacksonville,

bounty and excellence.Mlaa upon which they fatten in the fl The Sheriff was granted the right to pave ia left unmarked but on all aDd Sunday School... .. . .. .. ..10 a. m.

Jonney Thompson. of Astor, wa county prisoners to procure wood everyone ia ereoted monument to the Preaching .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..11 a. m.

here Saturday, en route for DeLand year. use of county. memory of the departed. The members Kpworth League. .. .... .6:45: p. m. in all binds of Fertilizing Materials.
American qneenl.beauty. If you want your profession theovember will meet In hall at one o'clock p. m. Preaching. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..7:80 p. m. Dealers
is
Miss elected
Jouney at
All the officers Insecticides, Poultry
county
Chemicals,
night.St. Agricultural
ness put before Volnsia county Meeting .Wednesday
Prayer
Charlie '!'Stone aocomptuoiwher election had their bonds an Deo. 13th and march to cemetery Incubators Brooders .
and Food. Poultry Supplies. ,
advertise In The Record ,
here. He ia also a Up-top Mnlligaiguard. Board andpou ; beaded by DeLand band. The
for approval by the Church. and Maltboid Roofing .
results. Episcopal
Barnabas
will take
of unveiling place
3eremony ,
examination they were approved.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. RouSt, i for the ocaalon REV. CAMPBELL, GRAY, Rector. ---
Claudia at 3 30 p. m. The orator
and Misses will be forwarded to Tallahassee
Mrs. J. A. Harper
and niece and a party of five ; la to be the Hon. James E. Alex December 13-III Sunday in Advent. .
of Govruorcommlsaions --
and Ada Naawortny living picturea > ind upon their acceptance by the Holy Encharlat 7 a. m. ; morning prayer
this AJ:1UlKCOn.: 'subed themaelvea ID From Laurenoeburg, Ky., will be issued thereon inder. The public I, cordially inrited. 9 t ii. m.; Sunday school 9:80: a m. ; Litany AfJB b .

outing dud and took in the surround. last Friday to spend the The attorneys of Board were In.tyncted I and Holy Eucharist with sermon,

the outskirts of town Thursday, nd Mrs. Route have a to notify Wm. Terry to move I 10:30. : a. m.Week VPERUVIAN
on -
Inga
..... Eucharist, 7 a. m.
_h._ returned Tuesday : Days. Holy
buggy riding in the new rig. OW fence he haa been heretofore re- Miss Allie Hnorhlett dally except Monday; morning prayer, GUANO

M. iW. Froeoher, of Titnaville. and The eastern orange to move by Road Superin from DeLand, after a visit with D) a. m. daily except Monday; evening i

\ head manag&s none to pieces. The markets are Sparknmn. her sister, Miss Elizabeth, to Klsalm prayer, lip. m. daily. ;
now
T. A. McClamma are with fruit, and prices quoted The County Treasurer presented his mee for Thanksgiving. Miss Elizabeth Sunday at St. Timothy's. Orange City:
i in the "N. L. Pierson packiufc
and sermon 7:80: m.
Evening p.
house here for Chase&Company. Thej low it will *.ot pay for freight for November, with his booka will come from Stetson University in prayer ANALYSIS: MECHANICAL CONDITION t'
terial. Everybody ships before three weeks to spend the winter '
about
sound the gong and are monarch of at accounts which were duly exam Ammonia 2% EXCEPTIONALLY FINE
giving.Mr. and and paid warrants She returns to DeLand next spring tc Glenwood Presbyterian Choreh.

they survey, on that quarter-deck, Mara Wm. Clark: of Toledo, .apptoved graduate and then go to Chicago CTniereity. REV. GEO. N. MACDONALD, Pastor Total Phosphoric Acid 24 % PRICE $27 PER TON

Bill.W. rived last week. Mr. Clark is Statement from report : .-Cocoa and Rockledge News. Morning Service . .. .. .10 a. m. Potash 1.70GI1/E US YOUR ORDERS
B. Powell, the commercial man, Sunday School. :. .. .... .. .. .11 a. m.
who recently moved here from Vidalia,, Orange City regular winter \ General Fund.$9,091.64 S.C Christian Endeavor. .... .. 7 p. m. --
trade. He and we are glad to welcome Road Fund. _.. .. 1,793.64 James Carnell and his sou Fred, of .5 SEED POTATOESSpaulding's
Ga., ia a Uve wire on a CHOICE
He I la at the Orange City Hotel Fine and Forfeiture. .. 5,852.19 Ormond, were Daytona visitors Mon- .
purchased two horse and a rig Fridaj present. a' day. Few people realize how largely The Great Southern Remedy. ,
and only kept; it three hoars and sold Rose No. 4 Red Bliss Triumph
cool A ten days revival will open Mr. Carnell la engaged/ in the mannfao- St.:! Joseph's Liver Regulator Is an excellent
again and cleared (63, and was as of the November Meeting of remedy for diseases of the liver --
M. E. church Monday, Deo. tore of guava ;jelly He expects dnr-
aa Lee at Mal vern HilL, and kidneys constipation, sour stom
queenly little gelist J. B. Harris, of the School Board. log the season to produce seventy-five ach, dizziness, indigestion, biliousness, For Heavy Crops of Fine Shipping
Miss Cads a
Mary of last week In charge./ Rev. Harris baa The Board met Monday evening, Dec. tone of this delicious conserve aDd last and all conditions caused by a dormant Potatoes, Use Our' Well Known
beauty, spent a portion the evangelistic work fifteen litOll'I with all members present.The week alone manfactnred and shipped liver and kidneys It ia pleasant to

packing oranges for her brother J. U. He U a snooesssul revivalist. minutes of the last meeting were two and one-fourth tons.-Daytona GaztteNews. take, purely vegetable and ia carefully
Cade. Misa Mary ia blessed with a style prepared by the old established Ueratle IDEAL POTATO MANURE
.
ands have been converted to and approved. ,
Tenn.
of manners and beauty quite her own, Medicine (Jo of Chattanooga: ,
,
through his ministry. He is 1 Commissioner Crouch was instructed Every family should use it. Thousandsuse
capable full of energy, with a lovable singer and a powerful arrange for necessary repairs on the Six years ago J. D. Gray bought an it and pronounce it the best liver 4

disposition. vices afternoon and night, 3 o. ort Orange colored school bouse.Snpt. ore of land. He had it cleared fenced medicine on the market. Druggists sell Coi.

Mr. H. B. Powell, an unwavering 7 p. m. Come one, come all. Bolts was authorized to pur aDd planted to different varieties of It en, liquid Is a box., KO cents a bottle; powders Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer

smooth worker of tile place, ia now in I limited number of charts and citrus fruits, setting his trees about

service on the qnartea-deck, identified for certain schools that are not fifteen feet apart. The cost of the Jacksonville Florida

with the prosperous naval stores firm ol Cypress Camp Elect He was alpo instructed to cor place planted was 127111 j six years' care, Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under

Morrison&; Bryd with headquarters at Cypress Camp No. 18, W. of with various companies in re lot exceeding $50 per year, for labor. of Florida.Section b of Chapter addS: Law .

Turpentine,.. There la no Mulligan elected the following officers to the iron work necessary for fire fertilizer and all expenses, $300 ; total Notion ia hereby given that W. A. Hose, ,

on post that can hit the spot oftener suing term I at the DeLand school house. cost at end of six years, $:>7:5.: Last urcbaser of lax Certificate No. 717,
the folds ol C. C.-H. W. Klicker. netted him $226 scattered dated toe 2d day ot June, A. O. 18U2.
than H. B. Powell under AU schools of the county were ordered year'e crop ; has tiled said uarlinoute In my dime, andbaa Boid Cumber
Uncle Sam'a Bag A. L.-P. Lofqulst. be closed Friday evening, Dec. 18th, fruit previous years, $74 ; total Income, made application' for tax deed to 1s- ompay 1
Banker-J. A. Erickson. the Christmas holidays and opened "300. Total cost to him to date $375. sue in accordance with law. Said certid.Cole .
Tom McBride, an unflinching hustler Clerk-Geo. F. Ackroyd. LaOS year's crop paid him 10, per cent embraces the following described Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yarda near the depotat
and the general manager of the T. F. Monday morning, Jan. 4th. OD 2260. If this acre la $2.000 today. property situated In Volusia county, FlorIda DeLand with beat cypress and yellow pine
Em where Escort-C. T. Krnse. Chairman Cnandler and Snot. Botte it has increased in value each year for to-wit:
houses at ports,
Drndy packing: Watchman-T. Clausen. instructed to meet Dec. 18th and the nix yeara nearly $900 a year or aa Lots.5, 6.7, If, 10, 20 and 21. blk 8, Melrose .
he ia putting op between*three and four Sentry-L, O. Leonardy. all teachers who have much aa the ordinary farm hand re- Oriaond. Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings, .
thousand-boxes: 6C fruit far the captain, 1 'Manager-R. 0. BuahuelLMyrtla warrants to celves for a whole year's labor. The 1 Tbe said land being assessed at the date ,
ia sure hustling his crew and teams atthe next monthly report on file in the crop should increase rapidly from now or the issuance of such oertincate in the Laths Etc
.
s.c urns of J. P. Belden. Unless said oernuate Strings
same racing.speed that the deter at that time. n.-San Mateo Item. shall boretleeniedauoomlng to law I

attacked the Federal Lodge Elects Off The Board passed a resolution inviting deed will issue thereon on the list delivered
mined Confederates ---- ax All Lumber, Building! and Fire Brick, Cement, etc., promptly
camp in the, battle of Shiloh in Myrtle Lodge No.21, K. of P. next Florida Educational Associa Notice. IIIIY Witness of December ulnolal, A. D.signature 1_. and''seal anowbere in the city.
my ,
1804. officers t week as follows.t to hold Its 1909 meeting in DeLand ; Volusia this the :HOlh day ot NovemberA. D. lUOtt.ISBAL .
Court
C. C.-M. Davis.' instructing the school officers and [n County Judge's Florida., County l ] UAM'L I). JURDANClerk
Charlie Bwart.agr.en.and: Eugene Circuit: Court Volusia County Fla. .. -
V. P.-R. B. Goodman. to do all they can toward the
'
Iii the matter of the estate of William By U. P. Uamlin
Pierson of this bank of sand we people of that Miller deceased.
C M. W.-E. McCormick purpose. Deputy Clerk MACH-INER'Y COMPANY
To Florence L. C. Miller. Ada Miller and j 1ALSBY
t.hIDgIIln shape
call Pierson;-are getting and
H The Treasurer's books
M. of E.-R. Boyd.K. reports William Miller ol Alken, 8. U., and
'to take a goat; ride on the Volnsla Lodge of R. & S-F. W. Koester.Inner audited and found to be correct ; Benjamin) W. Currier of Boston, Mas., :aa Ocean Street Jacksonville Fla.

William, at Barberville, soon. Thereare G.-L. M. Shackley... warrants were cancelled ; new bills aDd all other persons interested: Notice of Final Discharge Telephone No. 574
Whereas Edith Stanler Miller ss Hdrulntrator
110.more honest, high-mined, trnafa Outer G.-J. T.:Boon., approved and warrants drawn for of the estate of Wlllllam Miller,deceased Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I We carry at Jacksonville a larpe)!
worthy men disclosed to flew for Initiation E. has died her petition setting lortb administrator of the estate of L. W. '- and stock of Portable aid
Bepl' ntltiv8l-A. same. .CY1 complete
of
the 1SIU
will day g
deceased on
mum ,
,
in the Masonic Order than these W W. Watta. that there are debts due and owing by the I Stationary Engines! Boilers and Paw
The following financial statement was state of tbe said William Miller deceased.id ebruary" A. D. 11)00! tils his Una) accounts Ii- : '
two pure, dad-gummed Mulligan guards; 'S I and approved : that the personal property l. Insulfl-; with the county Judge of Vulusla county Mills; all Wood-Working i aacnneijiall S'111,
and
that Is, if tbeydon't get a tumble like a Vesper Services.The last report ...... $10,719.91 chant Wm. to Miller pay died tbe samo seized; and and tbat possessed the said, ifthe Mnd lorldn I tbit, "he nd d.lJllr.ccd sale: had, the same as such be approved aUmlnlsrutor. .. ___________________________________. Supplle kinds of We Saws bave: Belting many thousaLde,

busy hop-toad in a cabbage patch ditch next two Vesper services for the month. .. 3,198.31 following I described' real' estate' lying _____________________________________';'Of satisfied customers who will testify
at Cassia Ferry. outstanding this stud being! in the county' of Volusia nnd This Aug. 15tb, lenS J. B. ODUM. _ to the merits of our ( wwo. It will
of musical character. Next
a state of Florida towltl I Lot 6 In block 2 in to get our PRICES and TERMS
Masonic officer.were elected for the the beantiful Christmas' carols" dat. .... .. ... .. ... .. 150.00 tbesub.cljviaion.within the town of Ormond Administrator. _. ,. I !lay oefore you buying. We are general Southern -'
ensuing year at a regular communiCAtion. reinforced and known' aa "Ormond Beach," as per pint of for\ FARQUHAR Engine ,
snug by a choir the.: Sled in the otttoe of the Clerk ofthe agents
.of Volnius Lodge, Na 77. 1'. &; A. following Sunday there will Total . .. .. .. ...$18.06813 same Circuit Court of Volusia County, Flor.Ida Notice of Final Discharge Boilers and Saw Mills A postal will bring our salesman Write for ilIus'trated

M.. beta at their lodge room, in Barber- usual Christinas musical "eepr.i outstanding lest report on page 9* ol Map Book 1, praying InaDd 1, catalogue.
that she bave the Notice Is hereby given that the under.dersigned
Master ... .. .. ... .. .. 133.00 by said petition may I
viUa;Saturday night: Worshipful i The address last Sunday was order of the court directing bur to lake into administrator ot the estate of
S. B. Lemon?' Senior Warden-M.Beaaley Fatherhood of God." During drawn this month. 6115.34 possession .. administratrix of the estate *..tor, Kawlliis and Mattla Bawllns, will onbe .... a
1 the real estate hereinbefore described as as. loth day January, A. U. luuu present -
( Junior Warden-uQ.. Baker | Miss ""0 on hand this date s.. ,6,830.78 I.
rest Judge
tory Ziegler sang .et of the estate for the payment ol debts bill anal uucounc; to the County of -
order
T..arer-W.' H. Hill ; Secretary-B. Lord,", from Mendelssohn's ; ted sell the same for said .. together/ olusla, County Fla., together -with the Now is the time to

F. Ward ; Senior: .Deacon-W. K. Turner The choir rendered two Total ....j... .....;.. ... .13068.12 with the Incidental charges vr8ald sale; vouchers, and ask tor a nnal discharge .. I
command such administrator.
Now, therefore, this la to yoo.tbe
t Junior Deaoon-W. H. K1n hew [ thems, entitled 'The radient The7Board then adjourned; to meet said Florence L. C. Miller Ada Miller OI O.I P. COLBY* 1 Ifoi'

Ty1er-Riley Quest. Bnthera. nowlook passed away" and "Tarry 4th. William Miller and Benjamin W. Currier, AdmInIstrator i Simon PureN'o.1
ned all other! persons Interested to appear TUUJoly 9tb, 1908.
uf She .asft aad walk upright- my Savior.!' The large/ aad1 'A." O. BOTTS, Snpt. 00 tb* 90th day of January A. D. I90H, atmy \

Hurrah 1 I'' for Magistrate LI..; Ed. tendance&htwo at the musical Vesper service Florida I*not the'only state where the lorlda.ofdue and in the show Court lause House why tba at prayer DeLand.ol Notice Creditors.' your grove and be'sure of a large crop next

wards. Be ha just closed a deal with help.. ; reapers ;mwer of pardoning criminals ia abuse aid petitioner should not be granted, if winter, All the bst: groves use SIMON PURE
any nu have. Notto Is hereby given that the under.
W. WVTPowelCof Powellvllle.by whichhe -, I 5U, I Folk of Missouri was recently 'L It la ordered. that this! oltaiaiioo.. be pub-' .I"nnn"BWV haa (-Mien unruilntari|f/u.u.w Kv My tha luv null.ITnn .1. FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves_ .:. .,:
t
nO,6.kNI.4, bf '
cornea of two she Washtnst Machine' and burned in effigy at Richards : lInen I'.a: : voiuaia uointy .w.u. aweekly j most desirable pieoes'of property in this M04 in condemnation of pardoning Dr. for thirty dara.Witness of Volusia county, Florida, admialavrator FU.
In order introduce my band and offlolnl seal this of the eviasaoi. Mrs. Mary Boon late E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. 'jack onvlll .
to our
The two lots are ; ,village. .' D. Todd from'the penitentiary 1 1th day of December A D ie 8. deceased, of said county and all u.dltoreleiratces ,
corner of Volusla and ,Boaengreen ave, vented, pneumatic washer, baring' served' nearly .three'yean for I&BAL] j. LICE McCRORY. & distributees, and all other persons "

H. also. bb11lC11t';.40..cr.-tract of rich you to place It before your killing merchant and 'farmer of Rich I Judge,of of tbe Volusia County County Judge'sCourt laving late,, art claims hereby or demand required against to present said the ea. \ L It will be "SiMON PUBS"' on the spot when T. B.Arnold

hammock on Lake Oeorge for'a track we will give away absolutely' ards. Todd was a member of the legislature I Florida. .same duly authenticated" to. the under j gets the PAINTER WAREHOUSE completed at the! depot.
'Ha will begin the the first :boor fajfl. who signed, within the time prescribed by law
farm. shortly erection ;; esteemed by all who knew him. < When you want:a bag of Fertilizer that'makes thingsi
'tof an ap-to-...* reaJdenaarlon each ones(the Baker Pomp-Clothe and thousands of the beet ottlsena of his'; Notice of Final Discharge lor the same will.be. WILLIAM forever barred 8COTT, humpi lee him. ...

lot 'on* to front on Volosia are and regular price $4.00. Saves county, with a number of ;jurors'peti Notice la hereby given that six months I Administrator of tba eatal. N --a

the other on Bo 11CJ9llD. He will likely trouble of washingaave U tinned for' his partied f t' but these facts ..ftp..to..t( on lbs 18'" ""., ot Anrll, of Mary Hoott. deceased-.
and tamper-doe* the work ; A. 1). M.v. 1 will |presetS my llu..l auuuuut Orange City, FZ.,Oofc so, 1SKW.
set lila hammock: 'to a tangerine grove..Look ld not appease the wrath of some of for approval to Hon. J. Lee MoCrory, Conny .
scribes and pharlsnea, and more"quickly than the the people at the governor's'action''in Judge of Volusia county, Florida, at hltUoe San -
: oat you ) that eoal tSLOOlJ We want you the matter.-Citrus County Chronicle at the Court House In DtLand Via, Executors' Notice. ;Jose) Scale and White Fly
,Jease James tow6>rogaeV Jak."C.da fchi "mrhiM to yotur' _.. a. guardian of Kdltt: Bond and ask for.a

and Borne UoCorkle are on hand. after Putnam county, will .lOOn prove an Ivobarn aa snob guardian. Notice la hereby gives that the under.
Sheriff Cad went Emporta send ua/ a testimonial ThlaOct.lUth, Iflto. r Igne J have been appointed to take out an. For Saii'Jose &aIon'FeacIi Trees 'and WhiteFly' and
Deputy object lesson in progress that ought to 'B'A. WOOD'
oaedrttrf Seed the suuna-of. ; IfUry letter as executors of the estate of
last week).n{ ismrplalnH ""Df f 'on Zlna paper and AtCyu.ta* have some effect on it* lea progressive .Guardian. oun B. Stetson deceased and all persona other InkJet Pests on..Orange.Trees, pr jr with, '.Schn rr'.
C pi.VrrJ''Cradj'i teamster; Pieroa Co.. tG4) "WashtntOtt neighboring counties. The spending of avlng claims or demands against said ea-- ,
Notice to' Creditors;: tate tire harsh required' to the Insecticide." Mixes with cold water. .
_ .ted one Arthur Chrispell, Buffalo, N.T. 100.000 for good rbada will undoubted same, duly authCntiuateci4)"tothai present uswlant : readily

: ...with larceny 'of.-KOotbiaffBerUe so. if bring rich reward to Palatka and Kotloe la h reby given to all creditors and tinned. or to their, legally authorised a tor- ."tl fact9ry.
demands or elalms and A. Stewart of Do.Ladd Money promptly refunded if results are not
Cade arreatetfand"'linathe > "Wjja! yod want any the county generaIl--St. Augustine all persons having any ney .go..o '
( Rafael the -awtats of Henry A. Wright, ;*!.-,' within the tnna- prescribed by '
Jnda*. laoarlot Tandee Doudi.gJsforuJnstoso1 .; Masonry: work done. Cement Record.. .. -. I .' sooassdv. to presenttks same to the un- Is.." .
the Peace J.U..1 laid or anything In that line C- lIenlaed within the time prescribed, by. OnftaE AELflKS9k* LOCAL AGENTS! I M \ii. SCHN'ARR & co.
(
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'
'ChoJoe Western and Florida beef law or the same will bs barred. I. ROWJCLt.1l1UHlUlGI5..
't U.tbIrvtUe.aM found i Cbnjifin l Knot;?Ol Box mutton : etc., at 'heMarIJa Olenwooo, Fla., Kovj 27.18OM.u. ., JUecutora ol the eet... of ''fl. ,/< PISKfRD.Lj! [ I 1 .. ?. MANUFACTURERS'
aonaiatent pork, ,sausage. JchnB StatIOn deceased
't boW' 1M,:Anbd.ft. ..b-cstible Oricel BUIUJlTJ' W.'o..J.i "FLA.
..11'3; wtkml'p. Market;,, a lIcr.cr DaUiut Fla., OoU. SO,180". i. c ftOMNsoN, Seville; l| ORLANDO,
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