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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: February 19, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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VOLUME XXIII DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO., FLA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909.. NUMBER 2SGOBEL .{


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MUSIC FESTIVAL DEUGHTFULIRECEPTION i ;e.
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& .DAYESTABLISHED

Given by President anj' Mrs. Hulley

1889 A GRAND SUCCESSProfs. in Honor of the Count and Countess -
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235-238 West Street. New York I of Santa Eulalia. Edi"Ptakth

A lawn, porch and house reception

AUCTION SPECIALISTSIN Morse Phillips et al. a was given to the university guests of
conducted\ honor Aleixo do Querioz Ribeiro de

Sotto-Maior d'Almeida e Desconcellos,
Most Praaiseworthy Series of Conde de Santa Eulalia and his wife by 11 I.

FLORIDA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, PINEAPPLES, ETC. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Hulley at the pres. : .
Musical Numbers. ident's house at the University, pn Wed- I
Consign your fruit to a house which guarantees nesday afternoon, February '17, from 4 [ 'p Powder

prompt sale, top market value, quiok returns, and to 6. Nearly five hundred guests were I
A The music festival has coma and remarkably good performance of invited, them the ,f J ,
SQUARE DEAL FROM:\ START TO FINISH. among following: AbsohrtefyFwre
and as we look back: at the RI'De'j I D'Evoy's "Toecat,"and proved herselfan Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Codrington Mr. :

three daya-seven concerts, including organist of rare ability and Mrs. B. E. Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. S. f The only baking powder

WE SELL :: AUCTION DAILY the world a two greatest oratorios-we I I Aa aria ftom Verdi's' "Don Carlos" W. Johnston, Dr. MacDiarmid Mr. and Dade from Royal Grape Cream of T"J

1t ........ __1 wonder how it was accomplished. The! was beautifully sung by Miss DeSellem, Mrs G. A. Davis, Dr. and loire Munson I L
and she was recalled several times. Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Love, Dr. and Mrs .- fe.
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t success 'The splendid tit, "L'n1 Me Your W. S. Taylor Dr. and Mrs V. H. Voor- _

could only come through very bard Aid," was sang by Mr. John B Miller. his Mr. _and_Mrs.. W. A. Allen Dr. and

work, and great credit ia due Professors His intensity, and power and splendid Mrs. G. ,u V. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. S. A.
matter abont DeLand to hundreds of
Wood Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Rest Seats for the Tourists.
Morse and Phillips Mrs. Farris, Mrs interpretation won the audience com Boyd Mr. my friends New York.
pletely and he ol: '!ged to and Mrs. S. B. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. To THE EDITOR OF THE RECORD:
Selden Miss Conkllng and aeveral other was > respond S'I Now, about the seats on the streets.,
PHIliP E. EDDY with an encore. B. Wright Jr.. Mr. and Mrs C D. I have beard many of tho touristsask What are yon going to do about them

nntlring workers, including the faithful Mrs._Griffiths Is ,without doubt the dis, Mr. Bert Fish, Miss Fish Judge arid I and wonder why the proper authorities DeLand should have a public park and'

and loyal members of the chorus. The best pianists ever heard in DeLand. Mrs. I. A. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs Egford have not placed seats la some of seats placed In it.

,. .." ,...,....,, ..,.,......,.,..,,.,, lyceum committee undertook a big task, Her playing of the Liszt number displayed .- Bly, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bly, Mr. James the streets, under those beautiful shade Respectfully yours,I
but they proved In every way equal to : Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Perkins trees, la DeLand. so that tourists and ANDREW'MOWDRA V.
great technical ability and good and Mrs Lee others could alt down and have a rest I DeLand, Feb. 16 1909.
Ship your it. The performance of Handel's masterpiece interpretation. Judge McCrory Mr. and .
"The Messiah," opened the I Mrs. V. M. Fountain, Mr. and Mrs G. A. when out walking/ through your beautiful
little city. When I say that there
festival Wednesday evening and a Mra. Wilson sang charmingly a group Dreka, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Haynes Mr. should be sate on some of the streets at A Gentlemanly Boy.
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT splendid audience was present. ,of songs. The bird songs she made and Mrs. Sep Haynes Mr.and Mrs G. L. proper intervals! I voice 00 per cent. of I
The surprise of the evening was the especially attractive She added, as an HoardMr. and Mrs. Fudger.Mr.Mrs. the tourists especially the older ones of [Dedicated to Robert H. Brown And 14 Years lA )

To. chorus singing, under the direction of encore Kelchardt's lovely "When the R. P. Walters, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hammond them. We all like DeLand; if we did gentle boy. a>manly boy.
would
not here
not
we come every I the boy I lore to
Roses Bloom"Three SM;
Prof. Phillips. He proved himself an Mr. and Mrs. R. T.. Bishop. Mr. winter. An honest boy..n upright boy
PHILIP E. PROVIDENCE experienced and magnetic conductor.Be songs were sung by Mr Middle- and Mrs. S. V. Hough, Mr. W.: C.:Jach- Yes we like DeLand and the hospitable Is the boy of boys for me.
EDDY
had the chorus under splendid con- ton and he displayed the splendid possibilities son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen Mr. and people who live here. We think The genie boy guards well his lips.
trol from beginning to end, and obtained of his voice in theae. "Caesar's Mrs. A. H. Woodall, Mr. and Mrs. Frank that DeLand is the healthiest place In Lest words that fall may grieve:,
Florida and the finest climate In the
clear attacks surprising volume, fine Lament" was sung exceptionally well. Addis Mr. and Mrs. John Alden Mr. and world. There are tens of thousands of The manly boy will never stoop

-- pianissimo' effects, and splendid cli The audience demanded more, so he Mrs H. B. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. people in tbe northern western and To meanness nor deceive.
-- maxe gave Homer's requiem la pleasing style. lion, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bigelow, Mr. astern states who would come to An honest" boy clings to the right"
t I DAILY ACCOUNT SALES The audience showed greet appreciation Mr. A. Paull Is a thorough artist, and and Mrs. S. R. Hayes, Miss Willoughby, Florida if they only knew the attractions Through eeaaone foul and fair:
and advantages it offer, as a win An upright boy will faithful .be,
I of the chorus work and applauded drew from his cello captivating tone. Mrs. Swift, Mrs. Holden Mr. and Mrs.J. ter resort or a permanent homo. This When trusted anywhere.The .

R. S. HAMMOND- FRUIT CO. vigorously.The His phrasing ia good, and he obtained W. Wideman Mrs and Miss Spalding, Is. iny second winter in DeLand. I like
: quartet of soloists proved to be. fine contrasts in the numbers given. He Mrs.P eke,Mrs.and Miss Hyde,Mr and It batter than any other pUce that I Upright gentle and boy.honest the manly, too boy
' Capital' Stock Full Paid. Mrs. E. L. Powe, Mrs. John Hibbard. ever have been though I have traveled
i $30,000. Individually and collectively, artists of is a good musician well Will always And a host of friends
the highest order. Mrs. Wilson has a I Mr. Phillips gave hi.lecture on Schubert Mrs. Kate Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs J. E, us through,Cunada many and other European states countries.as Among. the good and true.

beautiful lyric soprano voice thoroughly I Friday morning He was greetedby Oates Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harkness.Rev. I[ have lived abont forty yearn in New He reaps reward In doing good
; ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES AND PINEAPPLES under control. Her Interpretation of a splendid audience. He gave a U. S. Tabor, Rev. and Mrs. Campbell York city in the Borough of Brooklyn. Finds Joy In giving Joy.
the Handel recitatives and arias was brief outline of Schubert and his work, Gray Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Knapp, I[ know a great many thousand people And earns the right" to bear the name
tbere. some of whom I expect to see "A gentlemanly boy."
j EXCLUSIVELY. list-class; "Rejoice Greatly," showed and the musical program followed. Mr Father Curley Father Foley, Mr. and here who may make their homes among ANDRBW MOWDRAY.DeLand. .
ic i tier voice to be flexible and true, and "I Phillips was unable to sing so Mr. Miller Mrs. R: C. Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert you, as I have sent lots of reading Fla., Feb. 15, 1909.
Know That My Redeemer," was beautifully I kindly sang two Schubert numbers M. Bond Mr. and Mrs J. B Conrad
rendered. and heartily Mrs. McKern, Mrs. Montreville, Mr. and
Commission Merchants was bpplanded. Mrs. J. W. Smock, Mr. and Mrs Wallace ............. ....... ... .. .. ... .....
Hiss DeSellem has a voice rich in Miss Conkllng sang five songs, and

* 119 Warren St. New York quality, which she uses with good taate. proved more than ever that DeLand ia Foard, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lee Mr. and *; vraEN: : IN DELAND GET W
Mrs. A. G. Hamlin, Miss Katharine ::
I She was especially good In "0, Thou fortunate in having inch a singer. She 5'
- YOUR MIa1ALS: AT TII: : E ..... 110
Crawford Mr. and Miss Mr.and
.
, ..>.. That Telleat and "He Was Despised." has a charming stage presence and a Howard T 110
..."Write New York Office or our Representative, John B. Miller proved to be a sweet beautiful voice. Mrs. V. W. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. T DELAND W

O. A. Hammond, DeLand, Florida. and sincere singer. His voice is pare The orchestral concert in the afternoon Berlin Wright Mr. and Mrs S. D. Jordan

tenor, of wonderful evenness and power filled every seat In the auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. J. S, C. Carpenter, Mr LADIES'' GENTLEMEN'S' REST AURANf i yT

tees aaIttt aaatt ael'I.wlt4tle yi91f'.NMESTABLISHED.../....'M< Ha has splendid interpretative Mr. Wiley Swift conducted the several) and Mrs. T. E. Arnold, Mr.and Mrs. Wm ill
1B84 and sang every number In a thoroughly powers numbers given, and be proved himself Klapp, Mr. and Mrs. John Cranor, Mr. .. _.On_____________________h______________________________________n____nn_ 110
satisfactory fashion. Rebuke"and a thorough musician and and Mrs. W. C. Cannons Mr. and Mrs. 110
"Thy a capable con
24 Tears' Experience la Selling Florida M..I "Behold and See," were extremely ductor. W. M. Clarke, Dr. and Mrs. Walker Mr. T Everything new and first-class. Meals cooked W Wto

good. The last event, and that requiring the and Mrs. Charles Stetson, Mr. and Mrs. : order. Short orders a specialty. Fresh :
Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tatum, Mrs.J. W
J.
The bass solos were intrusted to Mr. greatest number of people, was Men.
GERRISH Arthur Middleton, and his first number, delssohn's great oratorio, "Elijah." C. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Rich- : oysters received every day. Tables for WT

"Thus Saith the Lord that he The auditorium contained the ardt the Misses Montgomery, Mr. and
52-54 Commercial St. Boston Mass. proved largest
T families and private meals. Week tickets W
Mrs. Wm. H. Stewart Miss ,
Margaret
had more than ordinary voice and ability audience assembled for any of tbe festival -

COMMISSION MERCHANTSMembers His voice ia of splendid quality, events, nearly every seat being filled; Walke Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Selden, Mr. : 21 meals for $5. Regular meals, 30 cents. :t

full and sonoras. powerful, under also, a large number of extra cbaira. and Mrs. Samuel B. Wilson, Mr. and
very yet
of National; League Commission Merchants of U. S ; Commutation tickets $3 JO for $3.00. y
Mrs.
Reference I absolute control. He sang every Before the commencement of the program E. Waterman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl' .
: The Item, 4th National Bank Boston; and The Record. 110
Turnquist, Mrs. M. A. Fuqua Mrs. and
number convincingly. His of President that
singing Holley announced
WRITE Us FOR STENCILS. ;: MEAL HOURS 5:30 8:30 11 to 3 5 8. :t
Miss to to
"Why Do the Nations was well emphasized next year a Shakespearean festival will Edwards Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Law, : : : ,
...iBM Ie iN...F.....iN .. ...1M __s1F4tti4iF4bFdeFN4r@41FteF. and vigorous. The text was be held at about the same time. He Mr and Mrs. J, H. Sheddan Mr. and ;:

made clear. We cannot imagine any then called for the Cnantanqna salute Mrs. J. H. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. W. W. W
,FFFFF555 FFFF15F5FFFFFiFFFFFFFFikFFF.FFFFFFFFFFFFfr better singing of this aria than his. !for the conductor of the evening, upon Hamilton, Miss Doyle, Mrs. Johnson ;: We also have....... :

t[i' TOP DprEMOES: : :FOR: YOTJTR, *:; Taken altogether, the whole performance whose shoulders the chief burdens of Mrs. Haynes Mrs LeBlonde Mr and ; NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Mrs. Ruff, Mr. and Mrs. Gross, The
will w'th the festival had fallen.
| Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines and Early Vegetables ; given in the compare large northern favorably cities. Mr.any The singing of tbe chorus was far Misses Erhardt, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Har- T Akos & Lenas, Proprietors"Elajtlo" ::

,; when, shipped to HEWITT. If you are not doing Morse was at the organ and Miss Julia above anything ever heard before in D* greaves Mrs. Brown, Mr Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Sprake J. C. Holland Mr. and, '_...........................555 155 F5FFFa555 FFFFFFfi-. '
' Wainwright at the piano. Land. Tbe immensely difficult
nnrr
business' 'with this House, write to them at once. $
Mr and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs.
Birdseye
The second hen with
the recital effect
I event was organ were given splendid -
; given by Prof. O. A. Morse, at 11 a. m., and showed the result of long and care Edward Brooks, Mr. and Miss Hollen-
HEWITT 3fc CO. I beck, Mr. and Mrs. Schwab Mr. and
Thursday. This attracted a large audi ful training. The conductor Prof. O.
1, Mrs. W. C. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
[ ence. He played all the numbers Hated A. Morse showed himself entire master
FRUIT AND !=PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS :7 In an excellent way. "The Berceuse" of the situation, and handled the forces Miller, Judge and Mrs. Gaulden, The

['. 10 E tamJea !St., Baltimore, Md.< $ by Kinder, and' Lacombe' "Spring of chorus orchestra an-l l soloists with Misses Whittle, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mer- 91"tc W ielt2

, ; References: Thli; Piper and Thousands el Pleased Shipper In Florida :$ Serenade," were especially enjoyed. perfect ease and self-control. Mrs C. ryman Mr. and Mrs. Waltz Mr and r1j

..... ... ... .... ..... .................. On Thursday afternoon teachers fromFlorldR' S. Farris was at'the piano and the organ Mrs.Solomon D. H.Dr.Torrey and Mrs.Mr.Sumner and Mrs.Mr.E.and B. Bookcaseand
various mualo schools gave a under Mra. Seldeo's hands, gave
concert which reflected the fact that splendid support to both soloists and Mrs. W. L.Thompson, Mrs. Glover, Rev Desk combined.
Florida is behind in chorus. and Mrs. Addyman Smith, Mr. D. J.
not far things
Permit much
little
f THE ARTHUR COURTIN COMPANY musical The Stetson Glee Club pleased The choruses supported by the Blocker, Mr Doyle E. Carlton, Mr. and tnok space as as wanted or as
Mrs. Joe May Mr. and Mrs J, E. Coen,
, mightily. Mis Bertha Foster. from orchestra and organ, were well sung. comprises Desk Unit with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burgess Mr. and few or many Book Units as _
Jacksonville, proved herself a thorough "Thanks be to God"was the beet given,
Fruit Commission Merchants Mrs. M. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Miller Mr. desired. Roomy, convenient
.
although "Be Not Afraid"
musician and a very capable organist. waa good. ,attractive. Call and see
'. "Elijah" and the Baal and Mrs. G. H. Smiley Dr, and Mrs it
Vlrs. Hequembourg, from Tallahassee, choruses were or write for catalogue 10S
86 and 87 Front St New York II. a violinist of good ability, with a well rendered. The ladies' trio "Lift Reeve, Mr. and Mrs C. H. Campbell, J. F. ALLEN & CO.
I Mr. Thine had be Mr. Brill, Mr. and Mrs. Herschal Old-
charming; manner. Drennen, of Eyes to repeated
...._....... Rollins College we are very sorry to The soloists in "Elijah" were very ham Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hayward Dr. I AGENT
could Indeed. Mr. Middleton and Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Coulter, Mr. and DB..AND LPLA.
state, was sick and not appear. satisfactory as
. Solicits consignments of Pineapples I Miss Kelpp and Miss Foster played anumber Elijah, was convincing. He sang with Mrs. Nettleton, Mrs. Norcross, Rev. Dr.
, I dramatic and Carson, Mr. and Mrs B. R. Powell Mr.
by Tschalkowaky, which provedinteresting. power intensity where it
Grapefruit and Oranges. An experi- It was well played and was demanded, and his splendid voice Gim Gong Mrs Miller Mrs Whitfield,
much appreciated. indeed. took the extreme high and low notes Miss Cotton Mr. Wilmshurit Mrs Ben.
ence of over twenty-five years guar- Miss Julia Wnlnwrlgbt represented with ease and beauty Mr. Miller sang Miller Mr.and Mrs. D.J. Miller Mr. and -

Stetson in the piano department, and the two principal arl..- with appealing Mrs Willard Mr. and Mrs. R. D. MacDonald LARGECAXAL06CC JLLUSIUA1 EDee4S1
antees BEST and QUICKEST returns.. sweetness and "If With Dr. Hayes, Mr and Mrs. E. Or,
did It well. The ChopiA ballade in G power. All
3 MAUED FREE
Painter, Mr. and Mrs. F, Longdon
J. ,
..... minor was played with ease and good Your Heart' was very touching/ sarrflonlv r/aua
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Mrs. Hannah Walker, Mrs. Frank Bond, g
$i
deed. Mrs. Wilson'
Interpolation., Miss Lena Conkllng represented singing was satisfactory
, tVStenclls: and Market Report Furnished on Application. from Prof. and Mrs. Botts, Mr. Culp. Mrs. W,
vocal She
Stetson's department, every standpoint.
A. *PAM'Art. Vf;. ,and M'
a
S bfaysie Emery Dt- ale .eaUl .rM. "
and sang the two numbers allotted to has a voice thoroughly under control, e.aw a. r.. ,
Mrs.C..S'F ;;'j'jM: ;. and Mrs.[ J.:A.: r.w..re..aw.ua. ,
her with entrancing sweetness, and plenty of dramatic power, and a thorough
+e r Smith, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Carson, Mr| nw.r n.. woearuu
of
the music.
understanding Her M W aee7M.11Ywa
} I .titiblhhtJ 1475 power. of "Bear Israel"was and Mrs. A.J. Farrah, Miss Martian, Drr iw "ew ,.
R On Thursday evening,the solo quartet singing ye one of aw e. asp .ew
F. Baerecke, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bald.
J.
gave a concert. Special assistance I the beat thing of the festival., While
: warn Tendered by: Mrs. Edith Tyler Griffith : Miss DeSellem did not have a great deal win, Mr and Mr W. W. Frost, Mr. and Oa ra FiAR1DA tiAIR f+
RUHLMAN! &, COMPANY *, pianist;.Miss Bertha! ), Foster, organist to do,, she.sang the music alloted to Mrs. O. A. Morse, Mr. and Mrs., A.. LISuhrie qURY' :::::.:==.:-.-:: '

; and Mr- A. Panll, cellist. her in fine style, and with splendid ton Mr. W, Y. Mickle, Mr. and Mrs! ---- ,JACKSONVIILC.FREE 1rJGA.ee ;:'::::::--i'r-a: ::
.
... ...
I Litchfield Colton, Miss Martin Miss Gal- r ---
'S Street "
Hurray from"-Lucia
881
Washington Street The sextet ;! arranged quality. .. .
Miss lolls :Holden, Mr
the and Prof. Morse should fell well braith Shaver. *
as a quartet opened program repaidfor
NEW YORK. C. B. Rosa, Mr. and Mrs" W
CITY and Mrs. J
all the work he has In
was received very ,enthusiastically, pat In getting '
I MssVaulx
.Phillips, Miss Law, Miss Merryman ; SAMPLES ;OF WALL PAPER :
I
Fins effects were obtained and iplendld ready, for the whole festival from start ,
:!We.make a specialty of handling1' power developed.) .Miss Foster. gave a .,to finish was a complete success. Miss Morris, Miss Hampton. Mr, .
-: Fred Bptts, Miss Snead Mr..Blake; Mist New Wall PSMV will A POST CARD'eo-
"" Conkling, Miss Wainwright, Mr..and Mr. change antntrilfoftobmsl dar.t.tiD" CO OCIIt
:CITRUS FRUITS .: It'Is proper. to remind the farmers of satlnr., ,Fat bog and stqers can be produced Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. Stover, Mr. and tnctiv*_cheerful...into home.so sea rondatendpspengg' sell y

f PRINCIPALLY Florida that in northwestern pack- in Florida for 13 or *3 a hundred, Mrs. Camp, Mr.. and Mrs Truuler Mr, Wo pica si your door s brine II you you intend MmptM pat flea'
and oan be sold at profit of 100 Mr. Rockwood Mr.I W. tbs privilege ol selections ...
OR centers men arlPAylng about and i- percent C. S. Tingley, : I send lor! price: *sod i
but a treat many people never Miss Cassell. rand, 'Mri from the lmscsrui card We hays 4_.
1. .Oranges; jind above $6 a hundred for choice fat hog seem Cotton Mr. .
.. Grapefruit: to have found it 4)UI..od those that Sprague. most Tuicd,,nock= ,.in. thin*la PAINT.sad ..im
and steers. So the batcher are la Florida I the South.f7rt.pn.frt.. you -* >.,
do ,know 1I..don'l know, !I. half hardpaougbrTamps' ,K. '
:' ,W..would b*> plMd h: r from grow.r., *,bat the trouble,with us is U.a'w* :; Times.: 1 rlfkuiy ? II UtM MWAAhf,
are baying ,oared, meat from, the northr Yn will probably find what :y4
to the
wishing use New.York Market
.. we l at 80 cents and more a pound in.st.adAf Art blotter are for.., .sale at The want la newspaper and'magazines rkt",
BALFE-CONROY
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1\1' fr ,..... \\\1)\ j producing' j.enough for on/! owl Record of loe, AUen'i Ping Store, postpffioe!Mock -.' .! t1Mc. :
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'VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. Senator Newlands, of Nevada, be a means of growth and enlargementto !I yaoBB _-

in TRUSTEES IN us and not a hindrance.
a> statement given to the Associated t. C. rlushnelf
I. A. fridsu ,
COU.BGB urn.
Press, asserts that thrace

as Extend sensed!.oIa8e the: .FMtaOcw....... at Dead, I'1a.. question is today the most The life. of the Cniversity, in my opin-, I J. A. ERICKSON & CO.
ion. in en: a good \>Iane.m I not
important public issue in the

$. B. PEKTATT ESft.r A n*.rieUrDayton United States, says an exchange. ANNUAL SESSIONThe right responsive I mean to appeals that our made students to their are I I ... .,...,. ........-___ -.....--...-.-___- """ -' .... ....... I

-,. He reviews the issue started in nobler natures; that they have respectto

U getting quite citified the south at the close of the Civil the. good order of the college community We Wish to CallYour

I as a whole. They are more amenable
War and claims that the
negro
with iU postoffice robberyand to discipline: ; more respectful to Attention to Our Line of
race question is now assuming
big hotel fire. their teachers more conservative of,
immense proportions in many of traditions and inclined to do. *
Business Transacted By good more and Richmond Pianos
Does anyone honestly think the northern states, while all the t.be.re thing as the institution grow Star

thoM "80-ton locomotives" to be Pacific coast states are in a social older. I feel very proud of this student '

used in that head-end collision and domestic industrial unrest onaccount Them at Yesterday's body and ought<<: to take. more opportunity : Now on display in ] (

than I do. Our studentsare
'. are anything:; more than "sera of the Asiatic race. Hie i to say so Our WareroomsThey
not perfect to be sure, and they are
;;. heapa" to begin with statement that it is the duty of Annual not above criticism but they are. on thewhole for
.r _ Meeting. represent true value your money.
-.v M M* national government, if it would well behaved. and they come up

Senator Tillman has succeededin preserve our race and institutions quickly to requirements made on them. We sell them on EASY payments If desired.

temporarily holding the ___ .__ __. ._ ..,__ .. __
up to prohibit the immigration ATHLETIC ] _.__no'____u_.n___ n u. .un -- u n-- On- -- ----

appointment of the negro, Cram, of any race, save the white race, The students maintain various athletic -

as collector of the port at Charleston will meet the approval of every President Hulley Made a Strong and Grat- I organisations. These things are I NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES j

S. C. This is encouraging thoroughly subordinated to their intellectual

thinking man. to the Board of the duties. I do not know a school I The World's Best.

-... ifying Report I where they. are so few who seem to have: I ...____..____.._. .__,.. __n___.' __n.n.n____________ __nhh_.
The Board of Public Instructionof
The T uurUS Report. :line to do but ath 'ti.-s. Our studentsare 'II' t

Alachua county will adopt a The report of the treaarer and aM Work Accomplished at this workers first and players second. EDISON { PHONOGRAPHS } V.CTOR.

uniform system of school books geographical location is such that

for' the ensuing five years, beginning both report chow of the that bursar the Caivenirr of the Cnlrenit!> pro- Grand Institution. the school U in co danger of being demoraSied ____n.n____..___ ._.____._____n.n.__ ..------- ---- --..... -

April 6, 1909. Score poring mar than it ha star don in by the encroachments of athletic Largest Stock of

ci another for the the I'M'n.. income from tniaaoa. contests.
uniform
system
The. Board: of Trote of stetson Cnirerairy -
of school book fen and eoJowmmU iaetvaccd. Of I I I jatioa and U giving' results of very satis- KEL1CIOCS" INTEREST: I HARNESSIn ll
met In annual Motion *terdayafternoon
t' coarse the expo;** have increased aba. r tying kind. There are many voluntary: religious I the County. j

More ltcben hare bad to be employed. with President John B. Stet- usages and institutions that are serviceable I
Both the Herald printers hue I THE MCSIC SCHOOL.
to instruct the greatly increased numb ,oa pratiding. Mo t of the tweoly-I : to our students. Some of these. .w .

, enlisted in Company "K. 1f >r of claws. The ConntM: of Santa three trustees were prevent In person or Tbe Music School has had a successful are the young people's societies and - -

they make as good soldiers as EuUlU bM given *&O*> ia cash this by pay I year with aa iacreaar ia the number on Sunday Schools connected with the

they are printers, the company year to meet the a ci'W-.,* it not Little. other than roatine bonceiM wa the faculty: : and ia t!** Timber of studeaU. local churches. Others are the: vesper I -

will have kick for her liberal patronage the University: services and the services of the Chris-
no
comibg.DeFuniak would be obliged! to reduce calarie inorder truMatcted at the meeting. The follow. The high: standard of taste. set by this I I tiara Associations of the University.

Herald. Most person to meet ita obliruicxu. tug irate elected for the en aiag tear: school may be judged froca the fatsshown .The chapel services are daily requiredpart

learn to "soldier" before they Very fw people ODdentaad that tbemainteaaao Prmident of the Board John B. stet- at the Music festival. The teachers of the organic work of the institution. -

learn to print. of an institution of learning tOG. of the departments: are. a3 eathosiaitic. : I want to praise especially the : J. F. ALLEN & CO.

U a matter involving emit ejrpeo VicePresident-H. B Sterna.Treasurer I work of the two Christiaa Associations. !

The bones of 8,000 Chinese Here at Stetaoa, fifteeo tnildino haft -Lincoln Holley. THl SCHOOL OP Trca eoLoT. :They are not doing: anything like the Furniture House of Vo.usia.

who have died in the Uaitet to kept In repair They bare to be far Secretary: B. WrVat.Tnutew '! The:.. add-taomal ;work: that they themselves are satisfied Leading County
instruction proridedia
nUtteJ. .np plies bare to be pnrrb i fi'. with, but they please immeasely. ,
States east of the Yi"if.irriRiver -S. A. Wood and E. L. Hon this departsieat last fa3 has enabled
all tort of tiiarev machinery and ap- hold weekservices, send I
They : they .
,
were ejected lDflDr-.n of tbe a.1miw; .
will be from ocTer
shipped to advanced
soon us setae mart coarse
rMT bate to he sad and many committee in of J.E. O. delegates to: State and sectional confer- i
New York to China. U..e could tboosaada cot dollar are required to tnme J. T. CUke. place :NaDd ,,than beretcfcre given ia the higher'branches : eaces. They maintain Bible clubs in "DROP IN"

deport 8,000 live ones from that meet these oeofwoirT espeBW*. Le of technological week. The the dormitories and ia the case of the
Pre.iiieal HaUer( made the following practical character cf tiswtt! :: seer and Newest
territory we would be making any penoo .it down and figure! a little young women they hold dairy evening I see our
report to the bcrd.This : mends the dep a.-taut. :More r cosnitioa .
on 1C Wfco U to pay the bill? Who bIo iris ia Dean: Martien's
some progress toward reclaiming Ce.ewrra :: : should be given to the work:of the prayer.ee
) meet er en***? W'bo" to par for : room.: : :1 Styles in Parlor and I
America for American preparatory school of :Mechanics Arts :
things s trey are needed? How many report of tie yea:" week u pre THS nrrrRE. '

people. ban the. means to doit) Howmany sezedtoyeawith{r :efu!Acl:=ow.>J j''- for out Co of oar age shops entraace.has. always The:.. work commanded tamed To csy mind the future is bright with I Dining Room fur- : :
Those south Florida
people
hen the willingnw to do it! mnt of the hearty oo-opemtioa: : and I
For cherish
promise! myself big
high adssratioti foeiu : '
their "jokes" too for. Not There thins* make it neoMKUT for aU sympathy wbkh have givra oe exce eace. I ,
carry you ,1 !hopes for i:. and some big plans. I nlture. I
content with pouring kerosene ofatodoalit'a: dtL rag tSe yin:. Amid as the per ;:>siscileat Tar SCHOOL? TXE aKrs. assume that when you cme to: this I

over a negro suspect ana threatening The &n>irer'' report to the board ibes i to; a wren cf this sort tea This sch n.....,t .-...... ---i lu, ,_. .h. wirV; "-", ..-<. I- _*rJ_"r.ul.i: n_ that -I would I! t

of trail* injickted that money i* have fives me. S och .-.:. rritkxi tbat I is now ia exce3ent La:ds. is conducted come only oa condition: that you
i
to barn him at the stake
needed to pay for a d<>mlf.ry: to meet wish to thtrV yoa each and iU. oa triage soeatiSc principles and I ferret aI the dries.
0:1 me >w-ers. ---I
r
a sheriff sends company of state aa annual Jfficit that U getting: latter TBS A CAB i XT.Tbe 1'teaches the chSdrea ia the grades ia Eejes, nits and emoluments: that Phone No. 62 J. F. ALLEN & CO. Deland FI. ;:

militia btck to Tampa and his becaa: e of the higher act of all IOTU of ,addition:> to those who give most of their: cccJerre-d oa rdecesac. that you ,
my p
''
ptovisiooa \.::. =ys which U the fouadatka :time ...
the real culprit brought throughthe IOa. meant it wbea you said through your I! I.t
cf the wcci bt-.= here has: hid a I t
county without any protection year of casual The at- 1'I THE IXST.rCTIOX. agent and by :your' cal ia the light cfthat
frosper.rr. -- -
where of course he fell an Tbe Vesper Senrfce. tendon has been tcjh: asi the worV cfexoeljeci )fine eicrt las: teen: wade this year to I 1 I stipulation. that yoa would do it. j .:
and I t> have: done it, except !
streagthea the week cf instructica andit eyou
easy victim to an armed mob. The Temper cervice past Sunday waOB d .L .:tr.. The las:; two yearsof
U btthaI. this reshas beeaaccotnpUshed. I r ia the one carter which nearly: broVe'
tbeSo5enng ) ah." The. acad 2iy inert ucdca are the e-qail! ; cf aI
ffI5 tneme
the heart cf some. and for which I do cot I
.
: The dean has a II' I
was based< on the declaration of the ineihciia and fopbxaore year ci i-.I
Lakeland is now due an unenviable Scriplure istere-i his The.. <
staadarJ
olegs. : academy |
that many
write in of the it behooved the Christ tonStr. I| have cifered: ouch: brethren! but j jI I II
up some The ha been ngidly set in acccriaaoe with I 1 resulted ia better class attendance and i you I
empcan R
plead
big Such WM oa that of coarse, in'the.: better |(I I bere we sti=d today a 3ourXhir.g instiitstico. -
magaxines. things as the. fifty-third chapter of Isaiah. which the 1 1
:
happened there last week are contain a description of the. mferiat ;ratory tcbcd to: t c fooad anywbcre.Iz share of iessocs.the asthorstryoa It has bert haTe lay pe&yto (I j'I i Let us face the furore with courage; n3m

hard to live down. Had the law errant of the Lord. It WM potat t! *.eeft=g'th prec veau estabHsibedelsewhere me more and awry with the deans given aDd Jet c.s face. it a* Fiends: standing on theprinciples JOHN A. and M.' I. JEFFERYS, Managers' '
been out tat this i* the problem uf Ih.tof book 12 the cooatry ar::XCg academies : I
allowed to take iU
course, with the beads of with :>: : that have made the work aecess
jnatiee would have been meted J.>Q. aai that it rna aU through the ,' of high grade' it u tbe parjos* cfo view to secariag: for departraents the results a'j,' ; and let us press oa to the thingstbat : X ''''_n.'h--.h. .h..n.h.___....h__.h...n__ .__h__....n'__n u.__.___.._ '
Old andew Testaments :ro< ? exeCwt: ve o5."C: ?. wi b yc:= ccccarresoe. yoa you
out to the black brate just assure is neoeanary to redemption. Pan SnSeriag had to: broadea the sum er of tsbject _k. The teachers have been faithful. are before *o .\-.rel.&Y:: lay down X Well Arranged, Roomy, Clean, Sunny,

as could be and the fair vuaoo accepted! for jriJiitxaTbe as a body ia the discharge of their I our reponsibj-tT when we come to do it Heated with Hot Water
a of die same rrath. that It be- i with ccevsoences void cf o'ense. and System, Plenty
duties: To be s- re, scene teachers excel'
name of the state would have' b o..eJ the Christ to infer. rat couzr op USEUL .ts. others ia eScSeacr and also in SdehtiIt .. cot oilv tbat, but witb the joy cf suejcess XB of Good Bathrooms. Good Service.

one leas black_ solotch noon_. __ _it.n wa Tbe ca cboro the that platform tug: tea and "lte.ti.h"sent the CoOje of Liberal Arts U destined is the: exception where: one fa_T short j'j 1.w.r State Your Wants. We Aim to Please.

to grow more rapidly than: any Nearly a3 have made a very grabfyicg!j 'TV
hum
beginning "Sorely He Hath
'
The Perry Herald calling for Bora Oar Grief and Carried Oar Sor other braach ci ocr w-ock. M-jch ct the. response to the cans I have teen obliged r )fesire.Dad. tadBergeyoftheChase is RATES. $9 to $12 Per Week

volunteers to fight the convict were. doce here at Steuca ia the School to; make span them for shariagthe !large Co are down ia 1M vegetable section TEl EPHO'liE

trust, which it has discovered. tow.MissTestiersear the beaatxfal cootralto cl Techaology. ia the Law School ia the. nua ber of daties ar; nginaschoolwbch: of the east cnast. looking after carlo X

V'orsia:School> aad ia Here is a splendid opportunityfor I' old.- "He wa Dexfl ad B. u done: at other iafututaoas: ia the CoJege but whicVhare!:: to be perforated: i i '
jeered. X! M a.-ekliDc the!
our governor and legislators seat c4a.- of Liberal \:-.... and is set down to m every school by the taecbers of the Tbe ladies of the 'W' C. T. C willgive
.
"There w a Greta H21 Far Away '
to cover themselves with glory the. credits of saca cc egra It areas facultSe I w ixl Hke to dtatica by j a bag social on Thursday afterooot:
The Scri r'1IrrtoW ftf the I
r.01
P.> tae
: i
and the : wiser fcr ns. sa %VMW of ocr gecgraphical acme a large :!=bee ci persons oa oar I Feb. ::::0. at UM residence of Mrs.' Rot*.
earn gratitude the
0 rraciSiioo. The ne nuir JOHN
,
reading siu r>og aad ether: local. cceditiocj* to facu.' y who have. been of great Patton. Each guest will be presentedwith B. WELCH
best people of the state by crushing were luiah's aocoant of tae ten of
separate tVIt work i=to schocus rather ance to me. Those who are assist-I I a little ba*. ia which they are to ,,

the infamous traffic in a help- Sjrrow The hj-ma nag by the eoa- thaa to aasuin it as dale. within oaeCi sharing with me the: a ini : pat a. many: cents a* there letters ia ORANCE CITY FLA.
less class of human gsegasian WM "Tb Sara of G>1 COM I their fall name. ,
beings. Bat >i* ct oen1.s.. Hereafter the departments have: done considerable: :. .-
Forth to 'W'u.-
there's no money in trustbusting. Tie aaiitormra: WM fan exorpt far C cuege. cf Liberal Arts w-1: accept fee astride week. I 1-- FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERI1
few .L'-; ""cn same: sabject:: that have here- tar Dr.XG .00)
a assists the gamerIt u a teen ,
t.-J.n been rt.ied by Sienom. a.thocgb TOBACCO AND CIGARSDR
tf=l rigt to ate the platfvm f 3ed with One of your pres>deats duties is to'
]arble monuments thirty feet unreel, asap the ditonua the. time subjects have been accented h el. It > 00005. 5MOES. HATS. ETC.. ETC.h -
ash the gal- run a << U cot osaaTy a part c _
far the : : of ... .
TTniversty -
years by Chicago "
high and suitably inscribed, will I terie t Ce4 with people.Tb work. It gives rise to many Bert and Freshest
a=hi other iastirataocv The:.. high school. Canned Goods
be erected by the Federal Vesper' Mrk next SaaJay wiU; perpJexiag questions,to taach irritatioo. constantly on hand and all
gov.erament cl[ FJcnda are **"k -g higher grccad and class Groceries tor table.
boP beat a* anal begixaisc at 4 p. m. bet it is a eecessary part of ocr work aadI your
mark the last
to resting are eqappicg: their sradeats bet: er. Country Produce Boorht. A
To: tata Mrrice aU the people are medially ara: :gUd to do anything that b: necessary First-class. ;Meat Market in Com
place of the bodies of Oonieder- Tame ought to be more accessaoas to the
ante.L The .bjooc- will bop an.pgoptgte to the work. Our ding; room has Orders reeeiTe careful attention and .
Ccuece cf Liberal Arts from t ss socroea deHvery prompt. You win find
ate soUien ia the my 1
cemeteries at
ass ad way e1ret will be had more sradents ia it this year than as low as the lowest. Give me call
the. future than before.TIB a
ever : .
Kortfc Alto, IlL, and lavdiaaap.elia -.5e a seta bclpral to th* people ever before. It greatly helps me ia ad-

lad. More than L.O.O:>> bodies m trria* toile daily Bv.*. Tree Vesper Law caooi in isersg: the bocrdiag side of netutik

res* ia each place, and it was eooanne csdily inheres ad who caaUfiom The law passed: by the last Legislitarerequaiag : when :yoa give me the loyal backing -

,tame to a&-.t.. a3 persoos hereafter adaatted which you have: steadfastly gins me
.
land
isBpojBbe to the
identify
to the bar ia ts: State to pass aa es- mal these things. Ia this cocaection
,Crave sad give separate. beadillnsxi z.-a5en sabaiited: by the Sopmne I wish to speak of the erect eroess of Poe

to each. as provided bv- ra !9dbtic Mcrffsgs. Co=rt of the State has Efted: the stains )frt. Carksoa aDd her belpers who have

It i* au*'mm&tntj heed hat all the cl the Legal professaoe ia the State and had to work as .else)one else has to ia

law.We ?M7.e cf tVt.a>J win crept ta* aunt has made the high reqsireoects of oar the case cl the food prices,the scarcity

like to see editors loyal to .asah.ae.t B S. at ta* had of Dial Law School all the roar desoahie. la- I of good heh? aDd a xaore general

their friend, but some of those ta-W a_ ---w-.. aaaeJy tttt there neat cl bat-g the Law School it hu demand for: a better t. hle. Oar siadrnts ,; ANDRAZORS

editor in south Florida have the w-m.. WU Tun: Eraag S tie M, sade a law eiiosatSca necessary to pro- do not revel ia Inxn:y,bat neither

boD- at tile PrwJrrten&a camrc*. be- tectiTe 1&"e Ia atteodaace. ia do they practice the frugal Sung of aa
slobbers so bad that it is becoming The
duoboc JUrth Ta tit ontnnatc oScaeacy. ia the strength of its ccraer. earSerday.The V

epidemic. Twe or three of tbowrb tile Slit TW camrck i5iaf the Law Scaool maintains the Iql vas urxnay.

theaa seen to be lIelf-& poiaW tines. both MIL Xaay ud Mr. Tong staadsr'd which it has always mMJi zUiIed&cca CartoonistAuditorium
growth of the stadeat: body ha
Koardiaas of GOT. GQcfcrist, and M eebaorn b ..; we only bow they i toe 1qq: (
overXaxed the: capacity: of the laundry WheDan
are pony sat fintaal --. who Feb. 24 srdaiy
woe be anto the editor. who does are and
Tan xolwat.CaoOLThe coestderntx the aaxxmt of work 'V"-" razor .
III tsra sat r shares
-.r kid :
as is an
rant join with them ia their hero t.as done tbere H would seem to be best to (:.tJj
iFcaa..l cares. n.-p tile laser wort of this departmeat: has beer LYCEUM 9'A rxtraordaiary beard
worship. They seem to be afraid tea'are.. be Mil .. doe .......... ..... e ergtbraed by the addmoa 01 weevil bare a steam 1asm
UM governor will appoint son sierra they.. b aas saw b be...de teaches and by the reaCf increasedatteadaace. the Caiversiry.' .The first cost of sack: a does the face. It is \
plaa is the nm irg block. poor '
body tu. office living; outside of sm''ir tea rR ..& 'waioR" especially cf the spring, 10 having it. Personally..I would apparently aboi- The Prince of Carrooolsls. economy to buy ordinary,... \., -
and lei fcy three shucks ler oar eiiy. gseer. la joOftoeat there is, oavouched-for ..,
Detioto Polk coaatiea.Jedge aM art my
Lab it tools ,
at once if it were not for the fact Tbe best of the or cutlcr7YEN -
niasea...s
oaftiaI irks.e will gantQ seal than ever of aa tStrtinnrm rear.
"W. B. Dent a Caited h.glees *. aayef tlleecMr tlosier 1 school ia this State. The Prac that it is a great convenience. It is a ---

i> ... wiD S- .. ...ed..t towe tile tie SXBOCJS maintained ia comectiaa smi .St&Iee''cmnmissioaer lariat at asxl to those charge cfb HAYWARD INSURANCE KU1Y&1l
Geepal with pion to I'eI..e4 sad a with this department, i*, the Cader- ilL
, Kewaaa, Ga., was foaad guiltyt .waste 1IaK..w+ that the date artea and the cicht trades have mot

' of keeping whiskey: for sale aad'JEaedtlOO. &_4 i.taw yam Tta to tint ht Wem bee*aDoeed tomattipty ia abes'- Ten---.ouzs. X6BKY. Tools and Gallery -

: Fire" barr'el'of the J ...t if a s,riI will Mtg. Ja.c ycod oar reds for tile speaac pIIrpOIIe say opioioa oar greatest seed is increased are made al the finest

I,'forfatddea joiee was' shipped to b.e...11IIII f AseL J& ..5 Lain_ tar. which they --n created erne: haw ea&oameatNest: to that wee We still represent the Leading and paarsatee, U a keen steel, pesfeet]

" Pray gar ... tasi-i-s sal u.. c- the dddrea: cf ties dep.rreats bees steed dorsnitories, sure that we need American Fire Insurance Com and its edge turns OD a Hatter Mawtempered r pulls
'li.w cosmgned to VHeary pa- strong beanS
aa, ....pi4ts. tier they-1'bs drpaasd amifiued by P****** ia ctarge of them aaythicf Webaveoaeaaderway Vhkh -cet your money bAck.
:South who proved to be Judge ... .....- nie, among i* the Putter U a Eeea
, I"+lrwit..t Iauapi rat tlt.dnt teaci.s.aprepeed to tIeadL. I ITllaKabo as far as i& has gee it s paid liar. w. Pocket Knife peoye

f"L' .The jodge pleaded that dewsa tear.he faire wh Ian.a.t.sepmd .. cnta.an.:: weed badly,ud I.... yes -W sad IEINA. OF HARTFORD .too 8Oa.or too hrittJe.or too to be
nss ... hard.
, b S was fa the habit oR."takiag a .......,Lisa.I1t a-y-PIde i& for a Ibis year i.f.ctoIy do oeII

li.aj. toddy. __ was afraid thepesiabttise 1 The Xc.-I ScMaI was sosed to se bet had. to Rat two*amm i mttm. With as since 1873. Jtt your money j"75We *QTO! |

aastei 1s4d.noarorBaasybaIa. DaLa..I DaJI sad tile b---- Cone:: I do__ ___that way ot 4g but. sell theut. -H J
: N3 -.t'' now m need, to the Old Cart Seiodtawwleww. tlrf ..etisaisshertwhwtodoow
...... htIIiIgs ui Cntals t SpccaljObotpare WATTS
tte"matey wool* da- This has bee* a &
.. decidedly best, tail be I tu MiLLER
.. .Yp__& ., pmtient. mm f CO. oeLma fb.
'rise.; b.laiit..ig tr.eso.iriageaiasoed. ear eomprehcaaiTe
..; C. ,... 'mseiaa's heBe:- from .p.skidg of these things ia a asmrway -
stall -.I. ..eElie ass CaSgl.be bed. __
"II! to _dab as tIooooc'a wow cot do.ii and liberal "Fbrsas" with
) ,- _tIIt R i-.iMIt.-.; 'set ....... you
lstaMkt .
tealMs then' .... '
.. ......,. was ,too P8F" -' q :- no. ____. y I am glad .e atthe..seaa E."U.ti: VW othen.j
: 1 : ... ......... CraIIep They_ sign at beiltaad
\.r, ".\ 1".I'.i" "''' "'/ ___.1 ..... .. .. a Do1!1t!
-- ,17 .
.' .. .. ,. ..-, our taaed..ay prat. to 5-estiesd -. no. Iightlf l.-.S
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A Bold Step.loveroome POSTOFFICe' ,SAFECRACKED Ibo sam s Bate ,deure with,,, us.olf .. professional Cards.I ., EEiEEEE; : : : : EE; -': J .'(1'1'. ; '

the well-grounded and Af'DAVTONA.: 18 *; time.' ; .... .., r ; "",, ,fli ,,,,, ,;"i'. '

table objection of the more Intel- w.+; Tronbla BDd- : ';' \ '. I r \ 4r';," I AMES'':W. 'ERh f : \ ," .
[to the use o( secret, medicinal com- *" ,for losses > : 7o "
; Discovered Until Office >
I How to i
Burglary ;
Dr. B. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.no Not $2'\ 6 ,
time ago,decided to make a bold IVas Opened Next Morning I! Fill a bottle or should be protected, ATTORNEY'ind' OUNELOR-AT-: vi:.11. ." I "

pure from the usual oourae pnnuod water and let it. .. LAW l
I makers ot put-up medicines for do- Daytona, Feb 12. .tTyme time last .Insured t .' i
i use, and.so has published broad you : .: .. I DeLAnd< r 'Florida.. '
night It is Impossible to estimate( jnal I ,1l, Iro. : ,. l ,
d o ity to the>whole world, a full what time of the night thieves gained o y company reliable l I Will Practice In State and Federal '
my i list of'all tho Ingredient Court.. r '
gin .be composition of bis widely entrance Into the postoffloe and grilled /hen does policy expire P D. C. Attd :turrr; ?
Washington
toil dldnes.I Thus be baa taken the safe taking the entire contents in your. itHi ,
a Bitrcns and patients Jntounce. STEWART A BLY,
e some
and Aside from fpfce
currency stamps { in
your policy r
1 n Thus too he baa redicInO -
I from among secret grease spots,made by the oil used on the ; lephone'number itv Atlantic; Coast Line Railway

rot doubv-ji merit, and mademedie drill, they hilt nothing disturbed and .. :._ -,, sixteen.: ATTORNEYS-AT-LAGV._ ; .

ofTKnown Competition.hnM Inert was every evidence of the'pro the back are also AGENcY DELAND d Presldent ,
fttan T>f. Plpn the and INSURANCE : Office in Bank Building Account Inaugural Ceremonies of -Elect, Taft. ,
u fesslonal in their line of work.' The kidneys Branch office over POIItof .oe.DA Y'lONA: ;
and need attention.
LSubjnct them doors and windows were locked and undisturbed ,
: will find us at
What
nh Tapper of every bottle and when Charles Messing, There ia comfort Oary D. Candle Bert Fish "X11' Tickets on sale Feb 28, Maaoh 1,,9 anti, 8; limit: to

laroe:: ;golden Muulcal Discovery,tbe who opens the office arrived- it! was often expressed, and DeLand. LANDIS A FISH \Ii reach original starting point not later than midnight; of

7 biliousness medicine' !or and weak all catarrhal stonach.diverter pldr some fey minutes before he discovered Swamp-Root, the "" ,Ii March. 10. .' 'v' ". .. 0:
located, have printed upon It. innOHth. fnlfilla almost ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS-
a full and complete sit of allredlenU .the robbery: rheumatism, pain in : MV... C.-- CANNONS AT-LAW... m GREAT MILITARY PARADE
compoRlntr: It but a small The robbers had evidently gained en liver bladder and ;
Gas bean compiled Iron numerous
Krd medlral works, of all the different trance to the office by half.inch bit I pae age. Corrects Feed.and Sale Stables DeLand, Florida Jj For further information,' reservations etc,
sot Coatelnlnttory nutnorittraou and scalding pain FederalCourts
practical Will Practice In State and
tftom the writing's, of leading in Ills bored tnrouKh the rate door to the lock, effects following Fine Fashionable Turnouts ,, H. call on nearest ticket agent. .or write to ." ;1l

jtloners POMrtbl.of term In ijn each'le endorslnrr.:.'.ev medlclneathat InaTa.ontalned opened to the cash the box door and and stamps.helped themselves The empty cessity beer, and of overcomes being Bus meets meet all morning trains at and A.afternoon O. L. Depot.F. E. perfecting Special facilities land titles for examining and itii. A..W. FRITOT; DlvUlon P.., ... Agent, Jacksonville. Fla., / l

little books will be milled Ier. free
one sending address on pout 1 ci' d o! cash box' was found this morning by through the day, By. trains at Orange( City, and night \ / W. J. CRAIG T.' C. WHITE. / l
to Dr. B.V. Pierce. Buffalo N. Y.. times during the at DeLand Junction. U. a. Hall L. MoCRORY i.it
ioentlnir the same. Dr''P'ro this little Mr. Dunn"Br., in an empty barrel back immediate effect routes Hacks meet boats. at Bensford. J = Ii Passenger Traffic Mgr., Qen'I Passenger Agent f l
will bo learned that : '.med- Dunn Bros,'s The robbers had realized. It sad oarotul drivers. '
contain DO alcohol narcotics mineral of store. soon horses it/.. WILMINGTON N. C_ .t l"
or other poisonous Injurious ..tentssE Dead a cold chisel in prying, and a 3. Del ad, Fla. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ,
they aremado from native*naedlcl- health restoring .i!'
ota of great value; also that 'some of freshly broken piece of concrete Is what \I.... '''' ; '
erties. need .; :3 :' :::' .:a.It.I'
If ;a
: : :
,osk, valuable Favorite. imrredlente'Prescription contained toe weak.laerce's first attracted Mr. Dunn attention and medicine you you DeLand Blorlda. :: "........,::=.....:: ;;:; ;;:; ;;:; ._..... ;;;; ;;:; __'' ;;ilii';;;ll__'"" "

us. over-worked run-down." nervous directed his search. have the best. Sold CHOICE PEACH LAND ,
ubilltated long :
women were employed
druggists (in Stlaa B. B. Wright. Jr.
B Wrlnht
by the Indians for similar ailment
nffOh Postmaster Smith does not the Easy TERMS
ON
say FOR sAte
and doller sizes.
ttnff their sauaws. la fact the one-
WRIGHT
&
vamabla. medicinal plants nnr1nCI: amount of mousy and value In stamps Yon may have a BRIGHT ,

npcwltlon nwas known of Dr. Plerce's to the Favorite Indians Pre-aarWoeU. stolen, but he acknowledges that the bymail. Address $10.00.to $100.00 PER ACRE ATTORNEY T.LA W.NOTARIES. John B. Stetson
: University
Our knowleOira of the neat hamton M. Y.
considerable. With
amount was no But Peach Section In tbs BUtsS. PUBLIC ,
a few of our moat valuable native me* remember the name I
t planU was gained from the: Indians. light burning within the office and the Root, and the A. BAKER Seville, Flu.gnmn Office at Telegraph Office .
jade up "by improved and exact pro-
I the Favorite. Prescription a moat mail boxes as a screen to operate be N. Y., on every I FLORIDA. LL'
bt remedy for retrulatln.r all the.worn DELAND A SCHOOL FOR DENOMINATIONS.
unctions" correcting dlsnlacementsv l asus hind the danger of detection was not ,- ..........--..
sWiteveralon and ntorvenlon* great. enough to deter these professionals. I M. BENNETT ,,/\
nir* painful periods tonlnr up the i Captured U. .
l said brlnglntr about s perfect state off I COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART8-Eugll.h Language and Literature, Latin, ...:&
Bold by all dealers mmllcl( nefc "At last after DeLand Realty CompanyFor Greek,German, French Spanish, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physios MeohanloAlts
The result of the municipal election, half of continuous ATTORNEY-AT-LAW History J;>hIlOSOPhYI Pedagogy, Political Economy: Biology, Geology11)'I' )'
,
Physical Culture '397 Stetson adopted the same requirement tor admission ,',
which took Feb. E. W. Green .
place 10 Brown, Brevard bargains In and Kraduatlon that were held by the University. Chicago, and the
THE CRIMINAL COURT. vas, elected mayor by a vote of 168; W sheriff has been Office on first :floor of Bank Building, two were affiliated. /1 nr
DELAND FLORIDA COLLEGE OF J.AW-Al"ar' strong this College will be further strength. ',.'
Nice
H. Edmondson was reelected! collector, Residence ,
\ of at the hending and Will Practice In State and Federal snail In the lall ol 1908 by Increasing the teaching force and and by offering a /J,
It February
Disposed and H. T. Titus wa elected collector.. Will McFadden, Property Vacant Caurts. two. yeai".' and.three years' course of study 'I i

,Term A heavy vote was polled who criminally I COLLEGE! OF TECHNOLOGY- lvll, Electrical, Mechanical, and Ohem- ,"
> Lots loal Engineering courses, leading to degrees. I'
February term of tbe Criminal Walters wife of E. ALEXANDER COLLEGE FUR TEACHERS-A college course for teachers leading to..
Pineda in I I Rents Fire Insurance J degree; a Normal School tor Florida school teachers; model schools in all the i
August
|finished the business before It last grades of the public school, special emphasis being put on the seventh and,
ONE "Sheriff Brown etc. eighth ules; Kindergarten Training School building.
[ay. ATTORNEYATLAW.Office ACIDEMY-CleaeloalLat'nNOientltlaand9olestl8oooaraeatn
THU: :!
the and has prep.
pleas of guilty_for th term were case aratlon for college. Stetson is especially strong In this work. Its students.
fowst e > WORD tutwor.r'Ut"t'S. U \ camps throughout T. E. ARNOLD, Sec.y.I In Bank Building have gone to Harvard Yale,Princeton Cornell, Michigan anti Uhlcaga +
DeLand Florida. BUSINESS: COLLEGE( Banking In all its branches by the
eel R Woods reckless display ofas Georgia, ever on ; Bookkeeping
| and Federal best methods Shorthand and elective in other departments
-- Will Practice In State ; Typewriting courses open
; $5 find oo ts. William White, fiend to earth ; and Courts : large faculty and commodious building. "

zlement; 6 months in conntv jail. 9 he has borne J SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-Wood Working, Iron Working, and.
It r.l.rato Dr.Tutt.a LlverPlIUand t. Manual'I'ralnlng.
BLYAttorneyatLaw .
Rood round
Davis, aggravated assault; 6 a GRANT SCHOOL OF FINE A.RT8-Drawlng In Charcoal and Ink; Fainting In 011, '

sin county jail.. MEANS HEALTH. fectly satisfied as Public Water-rolor and Pastel; new studio, costly oas ., models, eto I
Are you constipated? rewarded for his Notary SCHOOL: OF MUSIC-A 110,000 pipe organ; U pianos; separate building!
(HIV TRIALS AND CONVICTIONSoes Troubled with InOlf, .. estlesiT large /faoultyj; thorough courses; opportunities of bearing oratorios.
Anderson, vagrancy; 6 months Sick: headache "Sheriff Brown Special attention given Real Estate, 8TKTHON t bas a Faculty of 48 professors and teachers. They hold degroesfrom
the of Chicago H rvard. Yale. Columbia. Toronto Wake For.,
University ,
work at a railroad
ftnnty jail. Lewis Brewer Illegalof VlrtlgorBWoual' Law and Conveyancing. esq J.oullVl1leBowdoin.. Utrecht, Buoknell, University of Michigan Dennlsonrkansas ,.
liquor; 10 months In county Insomnia villa, and brought Kalamaxoo\ Baltimore and other Institutions. There are nearly

{[Lewis Brewer,, carrying concealed ANY of these symptoms and rnaay..tllers'adlc.ta or three weeks ago, Office over Volusla County Bank. 940OOOO In bulldlnge and equipment; over $260,000 endowment; an endowedlibrary '
otoverl3Otgvolumee; a beautiful chapel with oatlyturaishlsgaIn
Inaction' of the LIVER. identified '
bns, $100 or 3 months Joseph : tively by mo'I' \ DeLand Florida cluding etained-gler windows, 7 oil paintings, a f loooor.IPe organ; gymnast..'
b, using indecent language; 30 days You HoodTutfsPills assailant and by um with complete apparatus; an enclosed track, tennis
man he met on r a courts,baseball diamond and gridiron,besides swimming, golf,rowing and other
nnty Jail. Virden Howard ac- -- V/OLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT, sports: separate buildings for men and women i ten large laboi'atorles for Chem-
and battery; 80 days in county fateful evening. v INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE latry, Physios,Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large mnsenms
5 'assault and bat- lure of his man, COMPANY. and shops; eleotrlo lights electric belils, steam heat,cement walks shell roads
Jeasle Pinkney I broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees; social literary, mnslaai
[80 days lu county jail Willie of St. Johns Titles Insured.. and other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian
upon sight. During teaching The location is beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
80
and >$10 or titles
aasnnlt battery; Abstracts furnished and perfect.
For views, folders informaton address the president,
catalogues ,
Benjamin Wright, illegal sale of _.:_Take l No Substitute.A was in the jail at ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup
I LINCOLN HULLEY Ph.D., Lltt.D., L.L.D., DeLand, Florida.
secret ,
was kept plied. ,
jr; $30 or 4 months In county jnil 56.renlaakouybutyouran'tleokio".vane Opposite Volusla County Bank.
"Realizing the
OASES CONTINUED Trip to Daytona, Seabreeze and Vudor Maws DELAND FLORIDA
dltion of the
.brass BlttckmeTj grand larceny. C, Ormond.
Sheriff Brown

J boson Lee, perjury., aggravated Walter assault E. Pollock WilJ Three automobiles carrying a congenial the governor to .PORClT'sHADES DR. A. DAVIS FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

cI, embezzlement. crowd left DeLand at 8 o'clockon St. Augustine for PHYSICIANAND SURGEON

NOLLfl$ PBOSEQX7I. Saturday morning last for a trip to now lies safely in j We are exclusive agents at DeLand DELAND FLORIDA. TIME CARD No. 77. 1909
Eflec1lyeJanuary 5.
|bert Smith grand larceny. Daytona, Seabreeze and Ormond. One "Onr sheriff [ ') these Porch Shades. Just the thing Office at residence, Indiana avenue

could not have wished for a more beautiful praised for this your verandas during the hot sum Court House. Na 11II Nw 86 Na 88 Nw 211 MAIN LINK Na 78 Na 7. No Be Na III
sun. Call at our store and and 7 to 8. DAILY DAILY DAILY DILLY DULY DAILY DAILY l14I.Lr
day for a ride over a level road tive work and Office Hours: 9 to U.2 to 4.
RENDON HOTEL BURNED. : pm 1:20pm: I .m 80 am v..o roe I... pm 4 pm pm am
on either of which were towering pine greatly pleased to J. P. ALLEN & CO. Ill: : ::atH am 060: am Lr.eLAuBaedae..A f0 : : : : g 706
a :: : C a = ::
trees and huge palms. "Oh I for baa at last been Z. M. D. am 0 7e am v..Ert Pilaka..LV I u Old
Beautiful sago MRS VIDA BAERECKE .. ,. .....Lv.Hotel Ormond.Lv .....
$,000 Fire Destroys the a hill," exclaimed member the body thought him -- 'i'iram 'U'pm' UH:: !'n am' G.:...Ormoad..Lv: i"ii i j pm;;; : g: pm pm: i' ram' {Man
Seabreeze Resort. 186.m 700 pm 116 pm 140.... Lv..Deptoea ...Lv. 691 pm S.. pm a t. am .1. am
party. And as l If to satisfy[ this one'slonging this It section.while-in HODGKIN'SWagon PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 9 la 90 :: Ha: : :alfgCt: : ::,. 8myma.L. -:: ra: : ua:: a 668 00:: = I:amt w

e Clarendon Inn, at Seabreeze, 1 for home we soon came to a was ...' .. ...... 1l pm Lv..Cora..Le 217 .... ..'... ...
Dr. Potter the late chairman sand hill. summer before last Office East New York Avenue ,'Ii.am, i i'j.m 167 pm i = 16 pm: Lv.Bookledpa: : .::.Lv 1718 C: n pm i 016m L7 Tai
by : Shop on .......... ..... .... .......... II 60 pm Lv....Eau. Oa1lls..Lr It De pm ......... .......... ........
i Board of County Commissioners, On reaching Daytona we crossed the chief deputy DELANO. FLORIDA. .......... .......... .......... 100 pm L..Melboum..Ly1f 6e vat .......... ......... :
to the last Sunday Halifax river to Daytona Beach. Therewe Turner met his *m am 9o pm 806 pm fJC: Lr..P4 Pleroe. .Lv 010 am : H 116ar
(mrned ground DeLAND FLA. W aro l M am 7 16 pm 7 AlW.: Palm Beaeh.L: ;\ 60 am: :: = 0 m pm
ling about 6 o'clock. abandoned our cars, and going downto Creek bridge, on ,, QR. A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIC aC .m .......... 810pm 1 96 pm Ar..Pa1moh..L. !8am( 'lO..m ......... 840 pm
tom .m .1IO.m 0 m pm 016 pm ,1r..Miam1.L. 66 am t 16 am to ..,. I 00 pm
e ftre',originated in the kitchen, the beach enjoyed to the fullest extent falling from his \' In Wagons, Buggies Carts u m .m 4O.m ........ .......... ... Mleml .......... .......... eo pm a oe Dm
timber in : ., manufactured and repaired in my; PHYSICIAN. 12 II'J pm ..... ... ......... ...IiomatetiA..L... .................... .00 pm
ing .
ad I gained such headway before it the invigorating air. The young a in the best workmanshi II 114 pm 'e slam ;...... ..... r.. a ..... ... _.. bevm 1.1 pmS
I discovered that the house water. ladlel.'accompauled by Mr. Gardner, foil, exploded the Only very first-class men employee ._.. l--pm 'OO.m ......... ........, ..%GR Bv''i.rE.: v.......... .......... 'g: eo m 100oIfPm
Office Second Door South of Fisher's .- ..,....... a .Ar..Ke.W..t..L. a alt
and the help of the people in the agreed to take a bath and declared it the body of the of first-class work turned out. I have Drug Store. ....,..... /e0pm I.P.&O.8.s.Co..uo .!H.v.oa..LvYlaP.aO.&aCali00am .........

boyhood could not stay the aogry was the very best of tonics.( At one ---. added to my pleat a OFFICE HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 "Dallr: ."oepS IUDd.,.. Tnlsadanotrmpatat.tlonutwhlannotlmaLrbown,

and In an hour It was burned'e o'clock lunch was served in the pavilion Fashionable Hair[ and T to 8 p. m.
ing and DeLand Florida.[ PALATItA BRANCH
ground. The loss is folly 8200 overlooking the sea. .
Parlor>; .t the Gan EAST PALATKA :ro Arrive Leave PAL.t.TlA TO ZA8T nztutPalatka
about 60 About two o'clock again climbed
sured, !It is said for per we fessional Hair
PALATKA PaJalh PaJallta PAL.t.TKA PaIaIIta1III.m
of that amount. It was a beantioture into onr cars and started for a grand formation call or DR) B. E. WALKER

one of the largest, -resort spin[ along the beach to Ormond Arms' hotel. M (10:00 TO 13:00 A. M. dfoamNa9DWy.! _N0. 48 Ddly_._. I d70am O.m s I 45.10 lO.m _........No..No..7" DooI D.1I7.!,.__ 806 lleeta an

ot the east oortst, keeping close to the water's edge. I HOURS : e.30: TO 8:oo p. M. 010 am.No. 60 D.1I7'M'_' 0 00.... II 15.m _.No, 61 Dally..._ 'M.mII
6 am ._.Na 69 DalIY.M?,. 1015.m 11 80.m _.No.68 DalI,._ 11 10...
( Saturdays
Excepting
re were from too to 200 guests In think the entire party would be unanimous 4 y' '" 1205 pm ..._.No. 6Dauy........ 12 M pm 800 pm ._:Na M 1I.1Ir.: ._.. 110 pat
with.van in agreeing that this''' was ,the .II'J pm ." -.No. M Dally.,..... .40 pm .45 pm .._.Nae7 Dally.,..,. 106 pm
tel at the time, all escaping d Residence, 1110 pm .._.Na 1\8 Dslly.M. _. II 10 pm 11 20 pm ......Na 6' Dall,...._.. 1110 pot
an Injury. They lost how. most delightful of the day's experi !l Office at corner Michigan 11 96 pm .......No. eo Dallp....... I215.m 1220 am .......Na 111 DalI,........ 1910 am

.nearly all. their effects, and little ences. Ocean beach and sky seemed, Avenue and Boulevard. Phone 191. SAN MATEO BRANCH

contents of the hotel were paved. per feet. '
/ v'Sr Tears EAST PALATKA TO Arrln.. GareBaa UN MATED TO IUJI'l' tEsirPaatka
i Breakers, adjoining on the north Passing through the main avenues in bDt possible It ta1oe.: DR. S. R. LOVEOSTEOPATH UN MATEO Mateo Mateo PAL.t.TKAI YabtkeT

hich Dr. Patter' acquired last Ormond and,Seabreeze .we re-crossed been -

and had become a part of the the river at the latter place Again entering seeds for over, : 7e am .. ..Na0 Ddly. CIII.mI 0 16 am' .lea eo Daly 1 sd aai
people are .. : : t 96 pm .Na W Daly,??,.., 40 pm 860 pm .Nw 61 Dally. 110 pmNo
,hotel, Ie included in the loan Daytona we passed alonn Ridge- Seeds suit For you... -v'I1r ersdaate AHKH1CA1: SfllOOl OP OSTEOPATH

wood avenue and then began our journey FERRY'S ., \ KlrkHllle, Ho. 96 Na 91 Na !0 Nwwan, Na M Na 9o Na f9Ba.oaly
homeward, Those in the party FRte Jooa \. 50 New York Ave. Oppwits Celie,.Arrf tin eaty Dillyreay MAYPORT BRAN/Hi y Ba only D.Hypm
FERRY = Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 3 to B p.
.ATUREed were Mr. and Mr Charles F. Harry, ; 1 am Pm roam r. ., r rov e. ,. r 1 am ro pm pm
m.. or by appointment. Tel. 200. 910 pm 10 60.m d b pm 110 sm Lv. ..Pablo Berh.-.Lr 60 am 19 U pm / 19 pm
Of Darlington Md.; Mr; Joe Swigert, S TIRE SETTER 9 b pm 10 M am 0 18 pm 076 am Lv .AWentlo Herh., ., Lr e M am 19 U po 198 pm
0 ro m 1110 am 7 m m 900 am Ar..Ma art ,.,...,., Lr a e0 am 19 n'a 1 Wrw
Assistant. Frankfort, Ky.; John W. Coleman, Lexington ,
an ,. Kq.; Mrs. J. Will Dinutflg and set yonr Tires without taking MISS\ MAUD R.' GOOD3IANbiA68EUSE 1 Day xw I smr Ora1a Ckr DnsrA ao t 9.1y aw. Dolt eve t t"n/ ;;rl B.ra nw laDaay

corn in the farm r'.bin does not plant from vehicle. We take out no a. ..,... b.
.m.
pm n n
the Misses Annie Lee rod Ida Dinning,, rob no paint burn yonr felloe ....... pm am t tan r.
or
No more can Nature,alone and un..h'.1 /10 pm 100l.m L.L' .L'1116 .m 6/6 pm tBO am At-B.olhtdLr, ;p Op apoj
perform the tasks Frankfort. Ky.; Miss Mary'J.pHon. a hot tire. Come and see It work to pm 10 lIO.m L._oar O..L.. 11 06.m IO pm .?.,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.. ,..,.-'
eqormoua' yon will never have your Tires let 9e m 1016 am ar aan Cloy J..Lr. 11 OO.m 4 IJIm ............. ...................,... ,..
J. Will '
Mr. and Mrs.
forced er. Frankfort. Ky.j
e so often npon> ; 1 :
r again. Pe..areor..... r fdwml wlra r.le 0. I. ..Co. 7a News.afar h7rN ..
NtedfotJiealth Ra Afltrefaaf. Gardner and the Misses Marlon,Olive ._ .... '
mtur ,
Thanking yon for yonr patronage at 41taty who P. % O. .. ft.flu tow K.r veal uU narar,Oneu"

: 1.1'the result of studr and Frances and Catherine Gardner. continuance In Wisconsin Ave. ._,..
ana a .
past hoping Phone No. ,. 34 *0-T M TIMS TABLES ota tfl Him a wale -, aeeeN b_ r1 nasal ee-ee
h. It has taken centuries to underline best ONE OF THE PARTY., future, I remain u DeLnnd. Florida. rural koMlMllnwiiullM.: ","lo"""X" ;"".a"tnl, rf.l.r or d.pan.ae of..r
human body and to find the Tours to serve,
one and renuuiles to develop a healthiUlbrlum. I corn O.TH& LocAL rtes GAKD: O.. OTHKR D4VOIUCATION wen THft TBCKKT AG&NT."
T SCOTT HODQKINS. '. Do KAHNB8. ....-- GMM PUMUOT Aew /VUOUaTINB.. VtOBtDAEventually
Exponent Compliments DeLand Pro Itrlt" .
]
awe
Uv- ..
one with a sick stomach slniaish .. DR JOHN REEVE -
is not A So,.... Rail,
and
one constipated! nervous fessors.
likely.to regain their health unaided. ban dpuaMCn Onummnl It has been twenty-seven years I
The Florida School Exponent, published ""I James
.ture Pftfdt ma Atflnttai. Jesse was killed 'by
DEtj\ND
at Tallahassee and edited by Campl. niulof" .of \ FLAT I''
FraTHS +
and lut area traitor-relative's bullet butthe :
[ST. ;JOSEPH'S President Mnrphree, of the Female College 6R1FHNO= I
y- *. / still lives. ,
*** C .. of train robbing.
pays a compliment to Profs. Safari?, '
,
vet Regulator Botts and Culp for the, strength they
W. TAYLOR ,,'
I BEST ASSISTANT. developed on the floor of the business QB. ,ri
NATUHr S USE
YOU WILL, '
of the State Educational Association
I rained*has proven Itself the trite and meeting SURGEON!: :: -DENTL9T

friend of the hnnfea' family.by sivlnc" a(Gainesville" daring. the holidays KLICKER BROS Fl8herNew..
Brick Block
Office In :
bt relief wbJBtaken foe Constipation.tafoa / Ilesye4 '
BlJCotisnes. Dyspepsia.Dtzil! "At the business session of the association i Second Floor] ? ,a

if other troubles Incident to a torpid or the :content that of TT ilors ,
only: wu Nter ctiant
.
'a liver and oloned np system. : } I DeLand FloridaV. ARMUUR
meeting
a pkasant remedy of 9roatpoweraad'a selecting a place for the next .

assistant In the hUhest de"r,.. It At ,one time It looked,ss if Palm Beach

) in both liquid and powder taeteDromaloarandlwrw form, Isnt would ,win oat overwhelmingly; bat' Four Doors South from Fisher's Corner H.,VOORHIS, :. yI Nf
and the
agreeable to
Pro .:Suhrle,:, 61 Stetson University, '
dokenlnewe.krn-
no and ,.,, Botts and Prof. Culp com ,Dentist, f ,
M affoots.I lOP SulU for morning:, noon and Suite, of shades.and patterns t
.team for IMLaad that carried '
I If *a, tditt LiTf JHtOcliM.av P. O. Block DeL nd Fla... i't J I'.
the day and DeLand woD' The association night. Dews. .
a larie'nnmbsr of lettsrs b from fludedbyit. will not have occasion; to regret Its ,SulU that At you. too, Just Salt* superbly( lined, allttirovehyigh r Hoars: 8.80 to 19 and 1.80 to 4-\ FERTILIZERS .
1 patronswho! havc.beea /n it
and through, :
.M. ,. "I'V/) ,. .. n,'x ,.vPo. ? decision as President Hulley and$opelrlntendeotBotEeasdothereohaoraaEhor ;, that bargain true i ; :
..ph'> Liver ftsxiirator it told Sulb wellmada at prices rlghVSuits are a -! '
.' '
slate and general merohants. or you ities In DeLand an determined to give, Waiting here. t When you appear.._ f_ O. B. WEBSTER F. ''.W" "i rtl

_nd to us for it. Pride.;Liquid( ,W cent the teachers a good time at he''nextconvention. '' jT'p ,
be. 'Towders. In tin bozos 1/1/ cents aFSampIeof ., .. -) 'CONSULTATION FREE. CONTRACTOR and 'BUILDER '
.
and booklet sensM t WbyJ : W'
powder -, 9t.
"' '*. 'u'." '. e 1 .., ", air gtrd.ItJ b' A !
applldatlon. :, ; "Jrt ... ,. daa
t j .' :..,. 11 / 'KLICKER: .' BROTHERS :

f CMtTU., MIOICINC CO.yil I The'RANtrd $1'a.r: \-. .. '\\r\, 1 .. I' ARTISTIC' CONCRETEBUILDINGSAND 'J ., "' .
1'.1 STOUT SIDEWALKS

\ .'..,, ; ", ,- '_ I -' ,:' 1w1,, ', !.' j'j'.r: : .rl, '. '.).,i.\:. 6 tetld'n't ak h. 3 :: err t t : Y !F, ,$ :*, .H. .. ;.'..,y' ,0"r 't:''!! '', ,' rt::



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.;\.1'1;:' i".k, -r, <, ., 1. \':' ,; / '1" \ '. I..v' THE VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD. .\ .

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OllTO'S SUFFRAGE LAW 480,880.060 KEEBIB FQK CJL1ALin TBRdUGHOUTTUE STATE. I'CANAL ; : f.,
sANDAL

\, s-. Sine, Regret *t Sma.11la. COUNTRY LIFE REPORT IS MADE STATE ,SCHOOL HIND blocks have beet !

+\r { Ma Br Attacked Ska Result of .Ce.lC.its._ 1 elected Two entire and set city aside la'Pensacola.. Was Int'estigatedB 32Sayi

I" ',\ Jh Senator TOnum's Speech. Waahtngton.waa TX sprung C.-A In: largo the report slxedseasaUon i President Endorse the Report and Asia for $25,000 to Enable The Amount was $34,894.50.for Appropriation for public playgrounds for the chU Representative '

V; jIUEf'JUSTltE HAiL TAIlS of Senator Ktnredge. chairman of tie'I Commission to Digest Recently Acquired Material. dies and will be fitted up at once '"
Btnnuan canal committee bo de- for gymnastics and open air games. BIG :BUCKllI 6
csMd that an costly blurt Washington IX C. Emphasising quat system of agricultural credit RATE PER PUPIL 36 CENTS and after school
amazingly All of Saturdays
: ::4:1Ss1e Tm.aa"a Ft.ait ". Thai dui van sude la adopting the lock that not a dollar of the public money i a ahortage of labor often compllcau hours on other weeks days these I Perpetrators of Falae SIR -

;; 5.sth... Ss/hy.LaW_ tlyltCltwt.d and -asa tn t_d of the sea level type had been paid to any one of the: ed by Intemperance among workmen; The Fowl Was ApportioMd oa In* Avenge grounds will be thrown open to 'the to SU Their
of canal at Panama.II members for his presidentRocsevelt I a lack d institutions aDd incentive With Steep to tk.Washington. .
work accordance
1'I' Pnl, .J LrtpstYasblagtuy soil Duty Attendance of lb* Pupils children. U Is In
that tie the laboring man to the ; mtid Comp lga
declared tie final cost would be submitted to congress the in the Public Schools the spirit of the age to endeavor to.
,, IX C. A ._ 18aa ell I Ithse. tissue ti* original estimate ot report of th* commission on country,I,'the life of the farm woman Is burdensome of ride healthy children. WN CrTbaft\+,{
,111.ttMk a *past th*. seattty d kkbjr i the eginee ra. He showed that alKKhfer and narrow; there Is need Tallahassee Fla.-Hon. W. V. Hob 'the monthly
'. ''1';a1'M sottthmrtk tiIrt life.Mr. I;adequate supervision of public health. Florida Health Notes, tative Rainey of Illinois
slatiwc he II >.OOa had been apiiroprlAwt goto
Roosevelt declares that -our the loway. state superintendent of public of the state board of
fctl The
tanner is handicapped by publication
the
right et toatn New York
aear e io rote ar work, and that if current World his Inlonnt
ledteatd ax J wile. 1bi:1Iu& .4 the 1I'tQIIIIlie tree congress will be ... civil nation real: -ttt- bottom An till-- I speculative holding of. lands monopolistic Instruction, made the annual apportionment .health treats of a matter which In.thcee is. garding the Panama

t:.', ..***** **lc* ** *** Lnrtud Status. *
u _ljoih wttf bo 1b tt Reak ilia take S44O.OOO.UOO into tie canal and the completeness as well as the;waste of our natural resources and by school fund. This fund Is apportioned words: -It ls possible the
doctors of cent and
I court the speech that
q."cliit SwaatHjp mitetutk >bkth eJbIbill lIiNJItd The estimated cost asamen-. prosperity of life. In the restraint of trade. haling into et-chi
; country. I on the basis of the average daily In reporting ,
J: Some of the remedies for the conditions state who are delinquent tigated the stories of
:snag ha he (504 to date the latter fraUd'
1NIIa has reacaes -:
to aglate. the I
Defining object of the commission national attendance of the pupils upon the public occurring in their
the .
set forth lie with births and deaths ruptlon
pertaining to
tray evs wort thsW which is one-fourth than: the
St u. larger ac
IIwntA Q4' ad total
schools the
In the counties
as "not ,
being to help the farmer been and
with the have
;government some of them practice they might of title toy the United
Sage aaaemtuwna pine estimated of $
8.4' II II original coat a sea
sad betel anaL raise better crops but to call hi. attention states aad communities in their for the state being tM..III'l. The still may be coerced into complying, PropertT./was the charge made
aeauiA taufi wHtui Dl1ullllNll. no> to the opportunities for bet with amount for apportionment was Eat law In this respect but sucha I of ,
i d.C this aaunuiinniKai tw. Tke debate was an Indirect assault j porate capacities some with the house representatives'byiS.}
IbMDi eons ter business and 64.60. The rate per pupil was sotrnta. boa always beendistasteful I ,
"idll6 nR .egrosa Oman II open President Roosevelt who was totter living on the ry organization and some with cor-I course of procedure erlng of Massachusetts. "u
votdnift .
The
amount apportioned WB
farm the president outlined haagendea vidual acting alone. and repugnant to the said, "the World did orhTthe
of not
wtm1. off XTJHacUut responsible for the adoption tie I
aMttunttt ax ml.rtto :U95.J1. The balance In the fund
i neat type of canaL The majority of instrumental in that direo-' All organized force both In. state health officer and be will ever scandalous stories it onw
lilt the international board of consuMins uon: /land I country should understand mat not apportioned Is 169.28.. plead guilty to a remissness In Lots but Its columns were
n shoat Mr Tlteasn -, Stressing the value of organUaUon. tier are couatrv phases as well as I The principal of the state school' whenever this charge of public w
favored level canal. I particular do know that the World .
djaelause engineers a sea lI.I
didst
levait BDpramtoa p05harss4 the mjani a aC prw The American engineers submitted a !Mr. Roosevelt refers to the desir&DO-"city phase* 'ot our civilization and fund on the 1st day of January, >! neglect of duty is brought against dence and circulation to thu.1
vm
ten, Ity of Improving rural environment needs help much the Interest on which has Just been of the state
one phase as medical
h tabs asthma minority report advocating a lock ca lUlU him. The men Mr. Levering declared that*
Tike hunts ef xntaclioa of sonUi- nal. The president threw his Influence so as to so equalize city and country i tie other. All ties agencies apportioned was U19.667, but' on should be patriotic citizens and not perpetrators of these false iuu
; the 234 day of January 190&. tho
ens npatsraate La and on their side and secured lie as to make the latter & more should,realize their responsibility to make It necessary that ODe of their are known and the story
of ill
congress attractive fund was augmented In the sum ofKX.1U.40. |
place to live in. i society. Many existing organizations should be compelledto i
of own profession reveals
ts* ffiurts taaha to secure such redattka passage legislation authorizing a Ings a chapter la Uucf
The president recccuneods lha$25. ; institutions might become practically this amount having been of the law
lave been lock canal at Panama. rind; invoke the power blackmailing that la !
I Ut* growtd that alwaya the based count on Senator Clay 1ft .'... ... the t"OI be appropriated to enable Ibe' cooperative or mutual la spir- paid In by the trustees of the Internal against them" Tbe duty of physicians annals of crime. These rare '

ed tsi the popalaUoQ.negro but was was denied port of the anal committee heartily commission digest its recently ae-j'j jit, as for example: all agricultural societies Improvement hind on account the of to aid tn making accurate the he said, "are known; their gent nanS
of of
33 centum the proceeds
material.
the right, to vote simply because be I concurred In all Senator Kittredgehad qulred libraries. Toung Men's ChrlsUan per returns of vital statistics Is one that known: their aliases are '
The of tie sales of public lands. The amount k
report commission describes Associations and churches. need he InB ted upon
Tres a negro, said. He related the history of ( should not to their haunts are known
with some fulness the existj j Tier are several great forces or BOW In the state school fund is $1.- that neglect It is .apt
the
Thorn In the south a I canal legislation and recalled the activity and fact they plans are known. i
congressman -
lug conditions of farm life alai i which be utilized In 151.70.40. Under the present law
potnu principles must that they are a
CromweUL considering
of William Nelson singular
:, is saally chosen by a much smaller Last fall, he said, an efTcJ
oat tij causes that may have led to |the endeavor solve the country life this fund can be Invested only In
!
number of voters than In the north 1 believe tie canal will cost a halt- body of Intelligent men. made to sell the &
Stories
Its and federal bonds
lack state -
present of organization. It,, consequently
,7 ah..tlll the total number of persons billion of dollarm before it is completed :geestios- There is no doubt that If the proposed democratic campaign i
r education eom
the state board of must U
methods for '
suggests the
redirectionof There oust be a vast enlargement
11' 1I..tD& la southern districts Is, ofcnwrse. and that It will be completed, hard road from Jacksonville to that certain leaders of that
rural Itself with low
content rate p
society, for arresting the organized effort a very
jot voluntary among
U at all. as a sea level canalsaid
will
the number In thousands
equal to coo Pernsndina Is built the ma'ter under conslfieraui
drift the the
to city, for maintaining the)farmers tienuelves. It is icdisepnsabl of interest same being on an
r gpesatonal districts In the north and the This Georgia is in senator a vindication of natural rights of the farmer and for{ tiat,farmer shall work together average less than 3 1-1 per cent per visit that city who do not know of that they were not used becz
.aa let alone of the could be
, 'I its existence today, not substantiated
the .
" Jobs development of an organized ram 'I for their common Interests and for annum.
the position of the late Senator
Ia\ the primary elections of the attractions It to the visit that for
of Alabama who urged life that wm promote the pros,the _Uotaal..1t&re. It they do not Amount for apportionment $3t.- presents charged nearly two j S
Tyler Morgan ,
" aoath the vote ta naturally very much 1do I or. Other thousands, residents or onto that time "these same
e'' for perity-of the whole nation. this BO governmental activity no S 4-COi Rate per pupil 36 cents.
the Xicaraguan and pleaded
larger 'than In the regular elections. route who do not .
Florida will also vUlt It been pursuing Cromwell with
Broadly lkptalriea' Counties. Av. Attendance. Amount.
speaking, agriculture in the not even batter schools 1
it for sixteen years. The present status
The the
settles
.. primary practically of affairs Is an entire vindicationof Called States Is prosperous and tae: will greatly avaO. The forces and Alacbua .. .. 4.563 8 1.643.32 now. Incidentally capital may become pectatlon that he would pay
< test. and Is the one in which
only conditions tn of the Baker.. S71.SO Interested in Femacdlna which large sum of money, varying fc
the position of the democrats, who many great farming Ixtstlmtiens that make for morality .. 75i
/t(, the eat.,people. Thus take any particular who Inter- voted for Nlcaragaan route until regions are improvt&g. Country aDd spiritual Ideals among rural people Bradford .. 1.S54 667..4 It could not drew there otherwise. 000 to S25.000. They thmist?
' a congressman re- overwhelmed by cumbers and then borne generally: are improving in comfort i I must be energized. B1"eYard1$ 233.20 When that prospective flfteen-story pay to have these stories snppq
eel, 11.000 rotes in a
election or 15.000 has his vote directed their efforts to secure a sealevel attraction*** and healutfulMss. There must be cot only a fuller Calhoun .. .. .. 756 273.16 hotel with Its hundreds of rooms Is Mr. Lowering declared that tho*'

., dwindle primary usually la the canal at Panama. Every democrat lay Insulations organizations and I((.!scheme of public education but a new Citrus .. .. .. .. T6S 276.4 built In Jacksonville there will be sons were always met by Mr
;,., election.to 1.000 or S.OOO reataIar so voted except Senator Jonesof movements are actively coatribocizg J'I kind of educattoa adapted to the real Clay .. .. .. sob 230.16 more tourists to linger in this city, well with an Indignant rofum.

i 1fI.. northern and western state, on Arkansas. The president summoned to the Increasing welfare of the open f:needs of the fanning people. The Columbia.. .. .. 3.631 947.16 and these will often visit Fernandlna the reply that they might do
several republicans who opposed country. >country schools are to be so redirect Dads .. .. .. .. 1.759 633.24 If they can reach that city by &II.boor'a they pleased with their sloth
the -'. where then Is a strong I There has sever been tliae tiat their tU ride over a good road. It they were nothing but lies" <
oppoattioa much larger Totes his plan to a white boas conferenceand a when 'ed they abel educate pupils DeSoto : 'r.9.78 \
brought party oat oa a election day. In secured their support the Americas farmer. as well oX In terms of tie daily life. OpporuaBlUe Rival .. 6.510 2.365.10 would be an added attraction to Jacksonville same people. he said finding tY'

doc states like Indiana. Ohio and The discussion grew oat of a report as he Is today, when cot caly his for training toward the Etcambla ,080 1,463.10 dividing the Interest with Cromwell was deeplr Interim!;
dew Tork. a congressional election earning power but the comforts ant 'axrtculrsral caning are to be multiplied Franklin ._ .. 656 :36.18 that proposed luO-foot boulevard dl- Mr. Taft campaign though

taaa.lte __ It. 1t. __ .,,_.__. to tar_ increasing advaatases be mar secure are coasad.erect. and made croadly eSective. G&.1sdftll. .. 2,304 I.1S9. rect to the seacoast and thence south would submit to pay somethliii'
000 .. being east n. *Seo.'' and authorizing the secretary There has ba a com JHc. [This meats redoubled e=orts for better Hamilton .. .& 65.611 ward. When those two roads and er than bare any publicity t i

Sir Harlan pointed out that a rep- of the treasury to issue bonds and fundamental change In oar whole country schools aDo a vastly in- UH'DAlldo u 629 % .OS the one on the banks of St. Johns moment. -.-1

rtiseatatlvo In.congress from one of to that amount He Mid that this economic system within tie past ceatary. -.!;exeassL interest hi tie welfare of tie Iilltibocoagh. 5.1'6 :.,5... to Green Cove Springs and Palalka While they were not acceplip

these districts can claim to representthe committee bad decided that tie mss :::'country boys and girls ca tie part Holmes u u 1.411 .l .U passing the national rifle range and said members of the demons

aaafortty sentiment of three M-, are should ba considered by the finance Yet It Is true notwitktaa&xg ail'i ct those who pay the school taxes. Jackson .. .6 1. ...vJdftSlOD permanent camping grounds are built ty entered into an agreement*
' tow times aa many people as these.thern committee, and he reported It tits progress as measured by fejstori-,,Education by meats of agriculture ls 1.050 1,093.00 Jacksonville will be more than ever Mr. Rainey "to exploit He |''j'
coagressmsa. for the _. back with that reonnmendniosv. cal standards, that ajricaltnre is not i to be a part cf cur regular public LaFayette .u 1S6 308.16 an attractive place at which the winter on the floor of the house. ThliV}

i meat of an the people in the sooth commmercial as proliaile as It is:school work. Special agricultural lake .. .. 1.311 11.96 tourist will loiter before be takes attempted to do by Introdudijiji;

; is not allowed expression. He meant fin BBT.8T5 flBilfll E3TEL entitled to be for the later and ea-i schools are to be organized r- __ u sat_ _1_.76 sis way southward. To the permanent olntlon of Inquiry." He charge:
n n n n n
. fcy this that u.1Ito are ergo Tat tie _farmer exceeds and. Th* country people everywhere are Leon ---------H 1.361.8S resident of Jacksonville all of ever that Mr. Raineyln ;,

\: made citizens and voters by the teo- I Clarendon Hotel at Seabreeze. Fla, a the risks that be atmmes. sad u tasking for good rata Everywhere Levy .. .. .. .. 1.403 SOS.&S these roads trill add greatly to the enough" bad taken no steps u \

e ral coosUtaUoa were being denied Total Lan the social conditions la the op acmatry 't_ they want a parcels post and the Liberty .. .. .. 5-vS 1S3.W pleasures of life. Fernandina will be about any investigation. 1IIi''v
their rights by state enactments. I Fla. The Hotel Clarea- are tar shcrt o< their zossa-yatensiou cT lie rural tree delivery. Madison .. 3J$ l,.flO.Si brought near enough to Jacksonvilleby 'fallen down?" he Inquired. "ft

TIle supreme court justice made It I don at Seabreeze. one of tie largest biliRaral It win be wen for a as a people If Manure .. .. l.+:X> 54.Co the proposed new road to enable failed to secure his proofs Hi,*

plain that a saaa received his right hotels on tie east coast together sorierr Is lacking chiefly la I we receiguize tie opportunity for nse- Marios. .. .. 4393 1.653.43 residents there to participate in the Informants forsaken him?" Hi

to vote tram his state, blat he also with ten cottage adjoining tie kous a knowledge on tie pan cf tie farmers ,,raID Use open country and ccn'cider Monroe 1.1:1.': commercial life cf Florida's metrop that "after these professloul r"

Intimated that. If ever the question 'was totally destroyed by fire; the Hi of tie exact agrirafcoral condi-' that there is a call for service. Nassau .. 1.33 470.SIOrasge oils. mailers the word Is kmm

was brovgat before the Mr* court guests saved, who without were asleep at and the time lions and ?o.ibCSues cf their region Tie suggestion cf tie cocnslssjonoaly .. .. .. 2479 556." A trolley road from Lake City to man' of them were profeaatoi <
injury
sad argued that the real and admitted were many *. recalling la It* widespread der ': outline a general plan whereby o.c5) 270.00 Gainesville, via Worthington Springs had failed to extract money tn.
:, the law to disfranchise were able to gather up most of their ;JeUaa cf soils wn tie Injurious efrarml .'the strong vesaieat forces in tieopea 3t2.t2Peth of these they did II
purpose cf was betanjcffig*. feet ea lsf.. l a ....__. Pasco . M2 Is one of the things promised from scnrces (
aemota because of their The tea cottages owned by H. R.I r.U-lU.-ia ti7 pow--K. 'conatry: may tieauelve bcSd up a u 3T7i 1J80.03Putnam the development of the water powerat desperation cause them to III
' odor, tier might b* trouhl from la .'stew and better raral social snan;. . X.641 5 0.76 Suwannee Shoals. Not only will fished and they appeared 111
are being Keefcersrerger caught sparks gccd higiwar facilities. and in orgaaicarion To accosUfi this, tie entire people tills York World. tIIIlt'
-' -.sa7.th.t nefciota I the St. Joins 1.2S4 4 :.9d greatly stimulate the growth and
aad all were burning at same for and
, denied the ballot simply because li**. The hotel was a wooden sumo There ts baying absence seilixg. 'I['oust be aroosed Ti-e ti=.. for this St. bock . S55 U9..v> prosperity cf the two cities named Mr Lowering could not say
they are ..great.,- saM Mr. Harlan. lure valued at UUI4 was insured an cf artale- ts at hand Sat.a Rosa. 2.077 747.
. "l do not know that to be true: but for about '4e per cent PHFEBL1ATE .. .. .1J17 4:..Uea.a I Sytlogf as aa-the-year-round retort and he stated tint whether IkTtleman
I, ban beard that n ts being <-." _mnn-s I1.tJIOI. I, ,mi>iir.BILKLegxUtxre Ql1ED.ZCsrfmga ee. u 3.oj! l.lU.O-l but It from Illinois -got hll l!!

mix fasti JT w.wtmrai h _1- Taft II Ter Cr1e Annual Meeting Will Be June 8-KX: Taylor ... .. S&S 312.41 of the fertile farmingthbarough lion from the New Tork Wcr&terectly /
Reverse Itself. which It will from these blackmallm
New Orleans. LaPresad nelect at Mefiplus.New Tohuia .. .- 3J40S4J T7O.4J pass.

Mavuwpiel to Contesting tk* PIKe. William H Taft landed bas from Odors La.-. ":u.t General Work cf -Sj 5tskWasSlnon. .* WalraQa .. .. u S>.- It Is dUScult to estimate the money

Hold by Teddy Beam Panama and was moot ectiula and chief of Sta2 William E.11 D. .-Tke foOowiagtelegrass Walton .. .IH70.. loss to the orange growers of Florida lIot'S mUiI HLXMB 1

Washington. IX c.--BWy Possum" ly received by the entire dty. Mickle Issued from tie headquarters were given oat at the Wathagtoa 2J19S4JS7 7W.S4 which comes through their lack of

baa mad his bow to ti* WasiiagtoapvbBe. Mr. Taft mad a brief speech In of tie Called Cocfederae Veterans!white Loose without cosaeat: Let it but be said that One Hundredth Birthday of N.fie

H* to contesting the place 01 which be heartily approved the preset tie fallowing general order ty ccsaraard "Scrao aio. CaL-Ti* PresiSett. $3-1.U5.U good prices prevail for citrus growersin President Was Cerebrated. "e

li* Teddy Bear and will make a very lock type cf canal across tie of General Cement JL. Er-an.l!Washfgten: Scholl rgatioa bO Total aoouct for appntoraent acme one northern market and at I New York -cit7' ThroughwjL

strong teat for pabUc te or before Istimus cf Panama. He reviewed a eoam.ndea eathi.M: 1 killed In tie assembly by a vote cf $34$34eBalance once the growers, as a rule proceedto length and breadth of the

tnaugumtion wide. parade of eatiusUstic citizen miles 'The general _a.Mieg aa- 41 to JJ break down the price toy rushing I States, hundreds of cities
It take a stretch of tie Imaglatlon ilk teegti attended eDIt of the "csr&fnl ,noances that accordiur to tie cu-1 I -r_ >r. rim J"T"Y'n. ba ford not anporCloned. their fruit to thai nolnt in repeat the hamlets paid tribute to the

to connect tits tasty ple-beaa sensor balls that of lie Elvesof Item heretofore in force which leaves i WiR Hou s-'Wan: ;;- .. ,. .. .> 653.2 operation wherever prt eSrtS. Wiaemanagement of Abraham Lincoln on the i

little aatsaal with Mr. Taft. 't.Bill> Oberan. addressed the Negro :to the general commanding and thedepartment To Gov raor 3. X. COlett. Sacraaexito. mHtUfl would distribute the crop nlal anniversary of his blrta I j

ly" ta a n APt. fur recognition admlats- Yang Men* Christian lmociuma. coeazaablers tbe lxiag c<, CaL: Acres By heartiest congratulations. ..\ .n the markets in such manner that sands ol meetings of vailoai i.',

as the mascot Witi of die and new baggage be I sad ws the guest c* honor at aa tie date 01 tie r* KSon. tie claeiteeati : All good Americas approleiat Talk ef Building a Boulevard BetweenJacksomnile seed prices could be had la any of were held during the day uf''!.

Union bag and Is elaborate banquet at which natty axaaal reoaion cf UM. Called' what you have d_ Pray and St. Augustine.Jacksonville. them. Such good management Is only lions of persons participated' .
has arrived tn Washington,
pots SM promlneat dUp $25 a Confederate Veterans w l be held laUw :sexieol tay consrarnlaaoc l&djvxia- FU.-Interested I to be secured by doing as California Chief among the many cetebif
mattered at large department parties
handsome a plush coat plat to participate. city ct Memphis, Tenn. oa Jane, ally to aa who have aided rI are working oat plans for a grama growers do ship through some central were the exercises attending tb:
baa grey
H n
his ere- S. 9. 1*. 1W*, Tuesday. Wedaeadayj i feet that tie way In rhea Califoraua boulevard between Jacksonville agency which can watch the mar. lag of the cornerstone of a J"
and ribbon badge beartag Fed For Tke FresUat ttenua.Wasilagtoa.
and Thursday, tes ectirely."For has done what was right for tie bets sad prevent disastrous slumps la '
' 'denthtla. He to tb* Irs of ti* tnaag- j. and Saint Augustine which building erected by popular III'
ntioo. visitors to arrive. TX Reeretfol that tie fifti Use ia the brief late! nation makes It more thaw ever ob c< ild scarcely fall of being a wonderful -Prices caused by overloading a previously Uon to shelter the little kly if

A __.b reprcducUon c< tie l t- Vice Presidentelect James S. Sier- of this C n. the people of Tennesse:ligatory oa the mica ta every way attraction and an immense help healthy market. which was the early home of U,'}'

O* animal baa be n sat to Mr. Tan mica si* U hate been deprived ef ti* throw open their doors sad forte the:to safeguard tie interests of CaSfortU la adding to the progress of both dt- Among the correspondence coming on the Lincoln farm at Hodjir}
gastronomic pleasure enjoyed by smtlims cf tile glorious armies or.;. has done what was right for tie lea It U proposed to obtain a right from out through the state to the KT where the president "sil a

Baaa Annan tan. real_t-eleet Taft upon ti* occasion tie confederacy to partake ct their('weed this end whether In public or cT way oa tie east side of the East folks who are pushing the tuberculosis The cornerstone was laid by ,

ef tie reeentposaaa and lasers'dinner bospltsJSty. while the acMe and patriotic -!prtval* :e. shall matt certainly bed Coast railway hot feet wide; then exhlMUon in Jacksonville Is a dent Roosevelt who also deli, ;

g. Alter Child Wa* Rescued We Anlaaal at Atlaata. tie Georgia deiesaaoan ciozeas of Meopbzs, a IIAo1r', plant two rows of palm trees right letter from Lake county In which the address and there were also sKfes J

:,' Fought Foie I congress has detenau to give time wen ot THBODOaE ROOSEV13.T"Saeywnto. through tie center, the rows being writer says: -I have been so charmed by Governor Wilson of Ens.

Savuunah. Ga.-Attacked by XeJ- >r. Shaman a disjwr in this city ta be their gaeY s CaL TieUlcuc to tie twenty feet aaart. aM on tfc* east ed with beauty of this section and ex-Governor Joseph W. Folk dsour'

c" .K- tb* largest of the monkey I:shortly aRer the inauguration, at gea>eral coamandlKg. with!,pressure brought to bear try Preet- and west aide of tie two rows lay its entire healthfulness th.tit-seems Secretary .of WarWright
, at TausJerVote. fouryearoldsi mach cleacare. naaoaaces at tie re-.,deal Roosevelt and Omraor ,J. N.G12e .
.,. __. which this famous dish shall aypar.a brick or rock pavements flfteen feet my positive duty to let others know and Ge4rl James &
.; amjv'liemley' -- w.-w--j setiosLv guest of Its most energetic prd-ct,;, tie Ca forxia asseaa Iy riversed *- wide-making thirty feet in .an. This cf its delights. It is a region of san- son. ''
Jwred' ; ti* boy was rushed i* a hos- Bed Fir 8rfi& Itrs. ". J. Belo that tie Coafed-j Its fswvioas potliKtn by re-
r. 2a ) ina j.IjoudOa. I would give a rnignlV-ent bridle path ry bills tie highest part of the stale. Ambassador Bryre and m11II
'I i Mml after b* was trend keen ti* ant-i erased SoHtiera Memorial A.ssocia-. eoatsidertng the former vote on tie It is said axed with
tn tM lakes beautiful Bryan the chief .peakell
and a right and left were
J wrier lib face n man of torn i Eaglazd. Chicago frmLas tie !segregation: cf
fed lbs w2Q bib Its meeting at same Japanese stadents la dr lakes everywhere. In Lincoln held Sphb .
which banquet at
driveway fast
on
teeth bad been awarded a contract to can- Urn could be my ramble
the auuaAej's tic
's.1IenI I tile British WItJktoed coned time.TVe j i public achoo e. frilly rejecting made with safety. It would be aa throng tie woods I have selected m. At Peoria. IH, there wai Itporl.nt
ply array general eam.tee. sincerely [I ti* xaeasur by a vote of 41 to 37.An so desirable which
expensive bat being many sites for a sanatorium celebration to \lt
cd al-
forts af- for a period of tire Tb t "
'. Tie monkey fought prey year hopes that tie press of the entireconatry eCart by doe supporter of tie i don know of amkwT J
" Irr the lescu*. and a naif-dozen sea first delivery bemea ***.* i and 1. win endeavor to stir a? Interest bin to tartlet eocislder was lost bya most excnsiveiy by aatamobiles It I or section that t. any...country. Takahlra. the Japanese stwrisours.
saosld last fifty years Of vitrified so wept ..., ss took part Is the celebration
: wura hardly ail to .Its attacks Mlt..toM pounds wm be xaad next In tie cosslzg meetins. aid. to. vote ft 34 to Is. and the acsesn- this panicuUr il'
belch U aioaU last lade region for the out door Pa, Vice President
,tTber* to no ,genie that tW seon- Jaly. the meat wUl be packed atChicago this end be requests that this order bly Is sow dear of any Js aaaes sJtIy. Some tuberculosis .
fror a toil road bat the location coreo malaria banks was the chief speaker sj
ti veunds It left under the aajaatmc of BrU- no
salad *s* '
was *
hay be published and edtoriU commentmade measure objected to by the "* ""
4e harsh damp winds off cf' the the Pittsburg celebration J
'mr a-CDy treated. isla army .&czu.Etid tiereon." uds a4+ntee_ a state road free to all. ocean. I
+ bat all breezes Sherman .
bearing the incense the vice presid

S{ n U11112 Sad Its ;Rt1tG.t flU c TEin sfitca 1 I fir &i Came !ttsezse. J.SIS Jnnl -from.the There fragrant are not pine.many Laad inhabitant is livered an address. :' tF tFLtgLT -

Cslkde Okla. Stat PToeAtDo Seatr Working for Grav- *. I have no inat:
'ThtM EIItira Crew wdw..ad Florida Man Has Bess Arrested and Washington, n. tL-Sfrrtxrr TTO. Ta money to do this nuolS
w. n Enforcement attorney Cs awa has i-oIUae deartxMX ct agricelcarw D at PunsacEla... work myself bat If you would bring
charged Witn MMrder. eh -- this .
, T2in rio master before some Dejected to Being Transferrs
Lied suA against the ton Hotel Cosapvegirietoru r has cosaxtianicated to ccsagjens the pI wealthy chOaataropist -
Faavece3. FSa. Ta* emsavgotagSwape JIU7'- ct the Ion* HouL Tampa Fla.-P. H. Co. n white.fact that uaJess another -S-o".r.a. t. heaeakon task t who could be Induced to Regular'Army. *

tIllS., reports passing ant tar tttJNJK<* at tb* nt ef *LM mu. was arrested kin charged with\tale ft g_*M>M Is made to COftT the o aTproprtaOen of BS OieO- take' the scatter u" it would be the Havana Cuba-As a read <

. ",er h..del es met 01 Peaautaia per day. as a ma* nccrajng for alineed having nautdered a deputy sierlS. E. expenses er ens flog cut r-K_ I graving dedI at the Pensa- means cC restoring health, to many mutiny of two companies of*1
1M wreck.of a large adL III I'. The ''lslsiH.ns er the mate peaaheso a H. J<*x*. tn Naasan' -'. 1135.:I mouth disease, the work ct the be- eel, navy yard, a according to advices orerera.- guard. serious-minded Cabergloomy a*

tweed was paniaBy submerged the 1&" Just previous to tie murder ot Joins' reuu ef aim-in txdustry, which has received a* has appeared Key West Is rejoicing In a daily view.er Cuaaa dort llconnuraect.
, gone tai the deed swept de.e: bad been very active as aberiX ex,I charge ot the neat Isiiyctiou branch bcfor* the naval ntsimlnr and rvgntntid mail service with the ..1..ij .*

1, t.Ih, no. atgna *f Bf* aboard., Owing its l CftB 6f (VI. II Bradford county. nmoailiis. omvstame l ot lie 40T iusnsni. will be hampered. that appropriatiosibe the Bast Coast raflway. It is 439-?* arose wnn it'
,ts the ssatav uf the cunst aa this tn tie federal court. Cox was is known hereof
cIt
Xew Terk CUyr-Or.. Adotj* Tea to conceiv of a bnsfaess) Into I companies leaned ,that they
j, p M.,. *-. to bavd. that .die mew Daring, a wa known ssugeun tu the' engaged U tb* Bin behe TCXV WuU9 MtSfiCT V\ TruttNes 1 a o( tie aenat naval aaalty without a daily nail sortie be transferred to tie
dttwwai bad soots II sea ti
cIa1woeI ranee seas deparrmemtawards
& -1 In Uaeee days and Use wander ts how army. Tk* mcar*and officer Ito
I n: to thought that ti*jwrecfcto a.- to deed the victim at his *wnna and asked Johns I* nccauspaay ntsaat Tork CSSf. Mrs. Richard ti Key West tM

,.6.Ithee that 01 die gchasepasse kale n..a a searei got ti* miscreant. Ti I Shnikw ih. 19 years aid. ha* be- P Bttte hope that -1* -p so Iaa&could ta this get atasgwtuoat yard embark. and. rushing Jonediau late IesM
mnxtaa tt. %n
:wttth 'carp'r atorsav *rt a keeauawd .imixureat dung asop.wtie aeEIII etme the mother d triplets two gins rmufsl, worth ts President 1,
.1 t. recording that t&erewas of Oosaca.
t .1., awbaaae, Bruaa, mstvme wh a.of c erne err his lags woods. PJnkerton detective and n boy. Th young mother live -keeping tie l single failure tn Key West last not a Ain they attempted tA I

,h_ furattnr. both IIC walch are sightly. hat blond pIsa set -ftQj Cox after twelve. yeanr 'ba Brooklyn, and WEH name th* Any yard f will shows that li* ts2aad city yar pee stairs to the presidential avsro
.. I I.
;I, ,'t.c ,'. belied.Lt toms Taft Sdrsattlesartito w.8 consei lattv* body of t.rt the way was barred by al,

.";"' gtrl',Hill HIT WH RKZH1A.Msrtat ., .y 1* Irer 1Ih.-,11e. U11JJ JEWS tIOJ' I ( utccum: Tai.R..baAtou I! S ill 1 W>: 1 that Governor the secretaries ClVarlstsf of the i'*state mest that guard with drawa. revdun tE4

board
, 1 iA q.detme, .. 1 W'-.c- .Co- peopmtdaathatth. Ia M R.p.red e. EabIIIidI Sorb a I CL The ccstzreersTVd Now ... suuUssMuVVVUul Wet of Internal tapnwnxata >iBE,1uhJ Lmltj

.. ';> it. .. relined State shaD take..nrth. TuA.astWasski.ris. s -J -. which was .u, and ta*

tl.' bratiat'Ttmmadr-dpe; tae l.I ; .,, -QDe S.Umi Part InOmss. ., n. C. A hill to esta V beg far the ct manning the GatmesvO. 1 paper factory hosed of bate latstitationa shall aw r Succeeds Iperlun* fc* staffs*I

..- J J.er. the matrra between i has been pat In torts soes I Ski a Cnlted Soles court er patent pncsag *t a WIt to preside tor th* .is bosad .will .a 1 doe reatds away fa order far p.p- tan geed Prdsecla.4Weablagto.

: bTala 4 States sadTeamee",ba ptabM In ._ 5a favorably naaiul from .ww.eaa .f awuoa tars -Ilkpilye span the pine amps .lie lsapsetlna 1tr whoamever IX C. J.Uea leSt

.,j,1-- _6 saatIII.e -. lb. banes J.6leinzT ematttts Toed d daring &tie 'ele8'warU __ Igur Oar slsMs and .aaCtartt 3 vs wish to CIIaaIIae W nay Kess Us. a gradMU eT Uw

Tinian sa D.'Tle Hagwa'DrInr I perthat t. esm I The hill presides t far a n. sstm.lisgtor.FeArwary.J4. X* r. Thos strop W web wile .a bat u chicngo, ha' Msa
; harts b aka .m yaRrwto 1M rr.- a :States court *f intent er fvtssoaks. uufivlana that ig *luM eC cot __ O pvradr to that elect by the esrpsvt of the
Chas..tIIb.daoi pent er the p.-w-'V ordeal wrkb kotLareas 1 to SlIt in DCssbhagte ne tn lane wens Orally covered tut* sew .this ,. bosrds abna ante and tabor to lu utr*

oIJnd.tY by tile K saay nereafter tees at 'ee-- vetmemasded and tile notional treasury. Tfc enables vas .d tem. UIa&u. matter of totes sdsucctsd

,.-.d_. 1'1Ie g' The ptep.sed cIft' esassaa 01 as 'argd by. th Agnoiraa Par emaa a brepn to aahe is how t mid D those geerpw.. fJteaor tbsadankisitbi.aas 0tH Albert -CL :7

,M lb egra3ler ewmkibtemy a .,If- %_t_,ato &tie.60, JGtbeaal tlheard.. K and aua. to Dot N e.t ad imriba.3t M '. IDIlI1aa 1M, wh0.e ad8ia- stusee, resigned ..1

ptt.llr sad t.Yeaamade, i i'eeF I o-IQ', .'p e mss '-t ., fns tea 1e 0taba._ tto mth thattwwg 1M 0mb win begin tat t
I Franc*, and will eaten ears

lil WWi7. .e' 1 iv- lJEaI. .. .II... [ .JBr.Rn'S1II r-_ Ja till .JDtI 1II tutL.Cne. lodging rrftpIII1a >* St. l arshurg. ttusulssrusraatf .
...,....,,r -- haettem tt s
1mrb walg eS t1Yea1N '.- ,esarteri >-'-,.Tb .' 6a1ra.md ''bpi Dr. haNN.rq' srttks..Opd Wasi&egtmm.. J IX C. That .ti* ..... Asks That ere.Kiaslr.e fa F'I.-Wa that doe.t say reed--

.. 1 _.epsl egaraaat daaqe er eats per tan arse .p. M MapMdwtr.5 x.ec H lit a

L.D. c.. hLtnhraea.' .. *si A C.-The b d Wes 4 Hipmesas era mianda e..e' FtarAmbs, Plains 1h m that OIl FIanu.I perhdeeDS Ohntder''Te..waNL .
> 1ICII1W& .,i.W' eLL6'; Utnvr Crane d ]faes.chsriaa : _. '. .
: lIIII.t ;. BIadtr CIItrict StTtr tis.r. which wll be -._. llaaar psw.e..t n.txWea .
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seesiidne' he .1 ebDis.s Lar.ra.n baaa.G .. all the. I
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fsr'laeom' I his,.tbn Q.rtlb..Ap late.dttrlel -__-.. charts be Je r r.lda.tpaadd cat
btu tram Ya.
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tmlau tube ward ere N .. In the'esm6 state in Ifon7rrOwa'Tews."warn b >t -. Erwin.. I mare
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III the : &kai 'ilsguy' _.'0.4IoPcIdaa .- maa.y st,". j ieemer Pengn.was;
fIkr.. rir ---z tby > ; slesu CIIt7 'tr .L.[. ,OkaM.thtuutb Mkaml s to have a Cap. Te
Alhsss. IlL and InTa'e JI'InIt A'Yt' a wry ad end-Mrs, Gar"et3sha t rearbed'by.the"II.nasr Tb. cItr new ceyme anhi. Some,eft
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:'K v Gat7seaeew dot ireaatas ..: r.US1k s '-r dprtiasl, '- j7 n wf nssute tater dnaa. make 7..r I. .bill aben 5wmb-Iqg szty wavy tare
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.. . i. . +...H. . . .M M . HEgtabUgbeQ .. LOCAL SYNOPSIS. For reliable Fire Insurance Gould It 4! A 1.. ..,-.1..1"11 ,

i rrSi.i. The beet trusses ClaD be had at AUn'eDrng I. ,

1878'v Store, postofflce block. '" -. '' I.ft. ,fr ;'

THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS!! OF 0 t
Watches and clocks repaired at Allen'sJewelry

Department THE PAST REEL Store, poetoffice block '
Ws suffer With Your Feet? ;
$ Don't forget the out price on Men's Why
.'.
e; tO Local sue duality: Items far the P opl Store.
Clothing
EVERYTHING Paper...Brio! Mention of F.ot. .. Dreka'dDept. .
re 5... by: our B.portr. Mr. John H. Padgett was an Enter .'

TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE prise visitor to DeLand Saturday. ','d f I

Wade, the tuner Orlando. Ladle Woolen Skirts and Coats ata !

Dr. Mellette'Remedies at Allen' big reduction. Dreka'i Dept Store. ,
.
Mrs. Arthur :M. Beatb arrived from Superintendent of Schools Botts ia I. 1
frer pending the week visiting the count *
J
Chicago yesterday.
than Ever...... schools. Come in and d" :
Judge J. Lee McCrory was at Day-
+ tona on legal business Tnesday. Messrs. W. O. Jackson and J. B. .
,
Tatnm were in Jacksonville on business ./ ,;. d' }.
Come to Dreka's Millinery Opening, ,. : :
this "
week.
COME THE Thursday, Friday and Saturday; this Try on a ?
.
.I week. County SapL of Roads Frank O. I ?". .*. .:(

Sparkman was at the county eeat the I ',, 0 .' '11,.,.1
The Packard, the great cartoonist, '
alter part of the week from the coast -.+' ;
J :
will be at the auditorium
University
J \1909\ FABRICS ] Feb. 24th. Mr. Chas. D. Smith and daughter, Pair of f',', .' '!

Mrs Wm Fields. Jr., has returned Miss Phoebe, of Brooklyn, who have l" )J": *
been few weeks in the city i
HM spending a
"
from a month' at the Lexington
stay : ,
Ky., home. leave next week for En tls. Our :, : .:

I Why use poisonous wood alcohol for ,
Mr. Frank S. Taylor and Dr. Curtis
It is a source of gratification to were in town from Orange City the heating and cooking, when Denatured
!Alcohol gives more heat and less odor I
first of the week.
Pint bottles 20o., at Fl ber'e.
.,
|us, and we trust it will be to you, Of course you will Bee Packard, the Mr. B. Bemmers is down from the A

cartoonist at the University auditoriumon Philadelphia home spending the balance -
CUSHION BOTTOM SHOES!
the night of Feb. 24th.
winter with
of the season her
, \ >ur patrons, that we are enabled Mr. O. C. Wright arrived from Texas daughter, Mrs. E. Q. Baldwin.,

''j !" yesterday and is visiting his parents, Mr. J. W. Coleman and a party of

this show Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wright. friends spent the day over at Seabreezeand
to
early strong
very Eyes tested free at Allen's Jewelry Ormond the latter part of the
Store postoffice block, where 'you get week, making the trip in autos --+ EJ +-

[satisfying collections of the your watch and clock repaired Dr. Knapp, pastor of the Presbyterian -

Mr. Charner Strange, who has been church returned Monday from
visiting Judge and Mrs. J. Lee Mo- Ell tls. Be preached la the Presbyterian -

New Spring Silks Crory returned to Tallabaase. this week. pulpits church with Dr.at Jolly.that place exchanging/ They make your daily toils a pleasure!

Orange City water- pare, refreshing
delicious (In sealed bottles only). W.A. Mrs. John W. Cannon of Jacksonville ,

New Colored Dress Goods Allen & Co., agents, next to the post is spending a week at DeLand, the
M i office. guest; of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Lancaster. SJJJJJJ"JJJJJJJJJ.FOUNTAIN'S.

Mr. Will L. Thompson has purchasedthe Mr. Cannon ia yet with the A C. Line,
New Laces and Embroideries
In the Jacksonville office.
t valuable Smock lot, near his pretty
+ DeLand home on east New York Messrs. R. M. Tucker and E P. Mark- :

New White and Figured Lawns avenue man, prominent winter visitors at
.
Miss Virginia Glover retnrned the Orange City, were at DeLand Monday.

latter part of the week from a visit to They have had a winter home at that
New Garnitures and delightful place for
[ Trimmings Gainesville. She was accompanied home many years
by Mrs. J. Banter Peak.: Mrs. William FitzSimmons received

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Painter are here he sad news Saturday morning of the

from Jacksonville, Mr. Painter comingto death of her mother at Mobile Ala
--- -
attend the meeting of the Board of She and Mr. FitzSlmmon left on the
noon train for tbe Alabama home.
Trustees of Stetson University. .
------ ------ -------
Staple and Fancy Groceries Mr. and Mrs Henry Dunn, of Erie The orange shipping season at this Krnaa's Bicycle Repair Shop 110 N.
place is coming to a close. The Chase
i county, Pa., are spending the balanceof Boulevard. 1-8 tf
laoklng-honae closed last week, and the
SOUVENIRS POST LEATHER GOODS
CARDS H
tbe winter at DeLand pleasantly
Haynes packing.house is finishing Choice Western and Florida beef ,
ALWAYS THE BEST located New York np
i on east avenue. he crops from the Perkins and other pork mutton, sausage, etc., at the FLORIDA rosr C'\RDS-400 DIt'FERENT'IEWI!!
Packard the cartoonist will give yon groves it is handling. Marsh Market

a great entertainment on the night of William Temple and J. A. McIntosh: Cement sidewalks at popular prIcesfor InMan dfcoccaaina .
Polite Attention and Prompt Delivery. f Feb. 24th at the University auditorium old printers formerly in the DeLand the next sixty days, 13 cents and up. :alligator and EmbosaeO picture( pu3lles

He is one of the best in this country offices, passed through DeLand yester- O. B..Webster. Phone 107. leather OoooaH II 1so6aha and films

Next Monday, Washington's birth. day. They are on the road for the Several from DeLand went to Sea- tro>ze and H!>oUa
: ( :
fine assortment
day, Is a legal holiday, and no business Sanford Board of Trade, sticking up breeze' last Sunday ttsee the ruIns of
-DREKA- '! 77 .' : will be done by the Volnsla County signs advertising Sanford.Mr. abe Clarendon Inn and Breakers.Mr. .,,.,,,....

Ci'A$ CO.fhone !:. Bank. The postofflce will keep holiday. Conklin of the Fitzaimmona' C. V. Hough was over from Ube out Store
flu.I ] : hours. Auction Co., died pnddenly of heart fepanola the first of the week spending REEVE & HOWARD of ID e Xa n DHOW

.. The basketball game last Friday trouble at tbe Putnam Wednesday several days with tbe family.

afternoon between tbe Stetson girls night. The body will be sent to the The hotels and boarding-bouses/ at
"T... .FF4, .++F+++N.I++fa1+H.h..4ii t 4Ni+liHrilf4H+ and the Dixie girls of Jacksonville, resulted Alabama home, Mr. Fitzsimmons re- DeLand are having. fine season. They 4Jt"
__
In a score of 18 to 5 in favor of nrning today to accompany it. are all entertain lots of tourists, some
of them full to overflowing.
..... Stetson. The Kentnckians, residents and viat EASYIt
I Mrs. Robert Boyd returned the latter tore, will have big time at the annual The peach<<: trees are patting on a full

[ For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor part of the week from Voldoattt: Ga., meeting of Kentucky Day out at Blue bloom, and there Is every prospect that

where she visited her sIck mother, Mrs. i 0 Lake on March 2nd. here are lots of there will be lots of this fruit to go to is to buy a piece of
market the coming summer.
Alexander in a hospital. She left her former KentuckIans residing at De-
Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish mother much improved.The Land. besides many are here spending If you are thinking painting tbe + land well located, divide

For Stoves and Ranges Count and Countess of Santa be winter.If house or just covering up a few I !' it into building lots, and

' Snlalia, Mr. John B. Stetson and Mr. cold to back shabby" places. let as quote you '
no more comes Leep .
make from
,ur For Standard Plumbing Goods ,. 50 to 100%
rlces. Only the best carried in stock .
>
Cummings arrived from Philadelphia he sap, the orange tree will be in
For Paints and VarnishesIn the first of the week. They will remainat all bloom In a few weeks. The visitors riaher'n Drug Store. 1. r ., profit on the investment.

best grades obtainable DeLand ten days or two week end many boxes of the bloom to friends Stolen-A 1900 "Wonder" bicycle .... _.' ':;' We have a number of
At tbe next Child Study Club meeting north every spring. Several stores in maroon 22 in. frame numbered 86 on ., : '
March 0, Dr. Halley will speak on town prepare them for transmission top of front fork and on right; side of If ;; I ;: pieces for sale which

:, -SEE R. D. MCDONALD (--R' "Child Psychology." This is a subject through the malls frame at seat poet; factory number "v.r:. will figure out nicely for

, hat; ought to Interest all mothers and A BARGAIN-Expecting to leave the 381863 on left side of frame at seat post t;
Diamond XX tires New Departure that purpose. Put your idle money to work.
teachers, who are urged to be present.To city soon I offer my property corner ;
,1, Ytwid'8"9ii'bt of RIch and Pine street, College ooastjr brake. Reward for return to We have good-sized 2-story House
!Y d secure a good crop vegetables avenue near C. T. Kruse. a on a large,

;. (' suitable soil, clean culture and PORE Arms Hotel at a very low figurefor .' high lot, which we can sell for $1,500.We .
f When You Contract fora- SEED are essential requisites. We have thirty days. Furnished house and

1: the seed-the sort that "make good." good; corner lot. No reasonable offer A Valen- Pady. have bargains in realty of every kind.It .

A large, reasonable variety at Fisher's efnsed. T. L. Ames at Allen'* Drug "
Mrs. D B. Paxton valentine
PAINTINGYour Store.A. gave a will pay you to SEE>!: GOULD.
Mrs. M. E. Foard and daughter Miss party to the teachers of the high schoolon
Mary Foard of Chesapeake: City, Md. G. Allen's Big Minstrel Show: will Monday afternoon from four to six. -
arrived In DeLand Wednesday, to spend be here' next week. It has been to De '
The rooms were decorated with red 11'71m Real! Estate:
he; winter with their son and brother Land on two former occasions and both and white, and pink: and blue hearts; : Mr. Wallace Foard, at the Monroe times played to immense crowds. It l lea the flowers were yellow jaasamlne. w. ant Insurance

HOUSE place. minstrel show that certainly gives The amusements for the afternoon

Mr. McMullen, of the E R. Bruckett you your money' worth. It is np-to- were pinning arrows to a large heart ,
Co., and lira R, Hammond of the Hammond late, and keeps yon laughing from start I for a prize, ('Miss Willard got the prize); -- -

tipulate .. .. Fruit Co., both of New York to finish. a postofflce, where each one received a "THE MARKET"LEONARDY

city returned the latter part of the Contractor Cairns has the foundation valentine, and telling fortune with BROS. PROPRS.
week from H business! trip down the down for a cement block home on east cords.
Sherwin-Williams Paints east Coast New York avenue for Mr. J. B. Marsh, After that refreshments were served Choice Northern and Florida Beef, Mutton, Pork,

Mr. G. A. Dreka was at Jacksonvillethe a Boston capitalist spending his first cream pink hearts and candied grape
Hams and Bacon. Fish. the bestin
r III/III/IIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/II/I/II/I/IM/IIIIIIII"/IIIIIIF fruit. Sausage Always
latter part of the week to consult winter at DeLand, guest of tie College ,

For sale at the architect at work on the plans and Arms. This new home will, in the They. all seemed to have an enjoyabletime. the market. Prompt and polite attention. Your

specifications for the beautiful block he main, be a duplicate of the home Mr.
--
Is to have erected where his departmentstore Cairns la finishing for Mrs C. P. patronage solicited

Walters Pharmacy Is at present located.Washington's Swift. Woman's Club. __ __ _n_ __ ______n__ __
I
Birthday Feb. 22nd, Today. is Presentation Day Stetson: The general meeting of the Woman's
University, the exercises beginning at Club on Tuesday, Feb 16, was in abe
will be celebrated with a "tea" at the
in auditorium. The form of In charge of tbe
ot 10 o'clock the a reception GOOD GROCERIES
for
residence Mrs. Wm. S. Taylor, i
the benefit of the repair fund of St.Barnab. Count and Countess Eulalla will be the Social Department. No Formal program ." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
guests of honor. A reception' will be was given but Mrs. Bliss favored the
... church. All are cordially Invited You cannot buy better
held in their honor this evening a; audience with a pleasing vocal solo
MINSTRELS COMING! to come and bring their friends. groceries than sell. ;'
Chaudoln Hall. There will be large The club room was attractively decor. : we -
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Speers of I o crowds present at tbe exercises as well ated, and tea was served The Countess Our stock is selected withp

Memphis, Tena, are prominent arrivalsat :as at the reception. I of /Santa:: Eulalla was cordially welcomed great care, and no matter a''

AND Fla. February 24 09 the Putnam Inn. Mrs. Speers is a 1 Mrs. Bart entertained the Woman's I as the guest of the aftel nooD. what you you purchasehero / n
niece of Bon. John E. Randle, also of
Christian Temperance Union Thursday The Mnalo and CIVIC Departments it will be fresh and
Memphis, and stopping at the Putnam afternoon of last week with an Interesting will omit their regular meetings this right in every way. To
Twenty-Sixth Annual Tour ofA. for the season. Mrs. Speer is ownerof week.
and enthusiastic patriotic meeting. buy the best is wisdom ;
the Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Dally Record. The theme was "Temperance Lessons The Literary Department will meet to buy where only the

W. C Cannons has sold one of his from the Life of Abraham Lincoln." with Mm. Farrah Tuesday Feb. 23 at highest grades. are sold is LJ

livery stables at Seabreeze near Clur- The national colors were prominent, 3 o'clock. "Thomas Bailey Aldrioh" certainty.

enden Inn,to Mr. Height, consideration both in the decorations of the beautiful will be the subject of study
A. G.
A ALLEN'SMINSTREL (8,000. This includes the rigs, bat no borne and in the elaborate refreshments Tbe Science and Art Department will
AS IN THE PAST
horses. Bis other livery stable he has served by the genial hastess. meet at the home of Mrs. Harkness

rented to Mr. Johnston This will Rive Mrs. Bettle Perkins and daughter Friday, Feb. 86. at 3 o clock.: "FrenchPottery"
will be discussed. We shall only the best and
him more time to devote to his DeLand Miss. Kate are spending several weeks carry
_
stable. with Mr. and Mrs. James W. Perkins. most complete line of Groceriesin :
heA. ,
Undertaker J. A. Allen has been suffering They are from Blneflelds. W..,Va., and Return/ Favorites.

OrganizSHOW from a swolltu band and arm are aunt and cousin of Mr. Perkins O. Allen's. Big Minstrel Show the future as has made our-
caused by blood poison while embalming Col. C. Perkins, the son of the V. S.
which ha been here before and has store the popular place it is today.
body over at Lake Helen last '
a Navy, baa been Mr. Perkins'
guest several '
The Oldest and Minstrel always given general satisfaction, if : s
[ Largest week. A slight scratch on the baud week Be returns to hU duties
here Feb. 84. The A :
:
advertised to appear H. WOODALLPhone ; :
in the United States.ed from the finger nails of fthe dead man in 'Ms rob. Be has been in the navy company is said. to include all the old ,79
brought on blood poisonbut fortunately .five holding
twenty
;years prominent
favorites, and has been augmented considerably !
and np-to-date including the greatest'galaxy of Sweet serious -- 0' *
so slight that no complicationsarose. position -*
0 in point of.members. Many
Inger* ever assembled in' one company. Artistic. CakeWalker The ,subject of the 'sermon at fit. new feature have been added-and the

| Contortionists, Trick Bicyle Rider. Acrobats DeLand friend will regret to learnof Barnabas' last ,Sunday .morning was performance is said to be fully up to TI1E-MARS-ff MARKET O 0" ;'

I .Singing and Dancing Comedians, an ava the death of Mr. Samuel White, who The Ministry," .next Sunday morning and even better than the high standardof <,<
the Hsverhill, Mac It will be "The Con We handle the best meats be had both FhindhddA
1.\4h801 thrilling features'presented Under a'' passed away at Catholicity and excellence set by them when hero to ,. ..:
home Wednesday morning of heart tinnity the Church of England-lit The '
seating
last wn'on. arrangement Western. We can supply with'Ehe.ohoiced; cat
MAMMOTH CANVAS
THEATER.. trouble. Be and Mrs White have spent, Her ancient Independence the Bee oi 01 thus 'wltt have been re-arranged ana you' !
Seating 2.0OO People. the put ten winter- at.the College' Rome tad Her subjection .t.that See; ver> war has been taken for the com anything in our )line.Allne Q.te.DtiCD'. l Jad.o,yrotrtgl'. ",;

Arm .They were here this seawa. bat 3rd, Ber reassertion of independence;; fort that ant they convenience can enjoy of a flrat-olaas the patron mlntrel so- delivery. (live i. hs-,'f our azt Border: ,, i. ";..".".'II.f!"' r< v:,:.Z;..4",', t.t"..," ; '.'
iission-- ,-- ...25.. d 3S'C returned home few weeks ago on ao- 4th The final! ;break came from Rome; pericrmance under canvas. Admission 'A! \; ,
Ji
count of'Mr. White'.'fading health. not England: la the time of Elisabeth. I. 26 0. and Me, MARSH BROTHE, ,f, : .* ..I'-;;" V:::j : i)-" *

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ALL OVER THE COUNTY Mption In the commodious Harper, I ... ..... .. ..... .Md'rolog1calSw Application, for a Pardon.Take \\1"0

home, where\ they served loa cream : THE SCHOOL CONFAB.1 ........... 1M ns.k_ln.p.... iI : notice that I will oa the first Thursday Favorite '"
moulded into
of bells and .
pretty shapes
ITEMS OF ISTBREST WAFTED TO In May A. D.1909.or as soon thereafter ,
slippers The queenly bride ls a members i : CORNER. j aa 1 may lie beard, apply for s pardon

THE RECORD OFFICE BT ITS of. prominent Georgia family. I .. ..... ........ ... fall for Joe term Robinson of tile ,Circuit who was Court oonvloUxl for Volusla Btiy Fertilize

U1RZESFODENTS. The Mulligan saddlebacks ilaes J l desiring
-
puncturedthe What,will i% profit our ,county if itgain i county Florida of murder. Anyone
of the
stillness with nice musical sere may then be Beard on the merits
nade. the whole,,world and lose ita boys 10 n-r. w. sppllca&on.

Pierson. s-s and girls Or what will it give in exchange IL-ga so 0.N.B.. WILLIAM C. HODOgS,
12-35 '10 n-r. 8.E. Attorney for Petitioner Manufactured by I
for its boys and girls? la-II '1'1 0.SoB.. -
-Orangecity.' 34-43 'IS Ci...'. ax, -
Ira E...... the cattle prince>> of Turpentine Are not bur boy and girls the greatest is-s. 'IS 0.- 8. t LEt .... '
City. was In Ibis hot bed of Indoetry riches and most important resource of La-es es P. CIottcb.&W. Notice of Final Discharge. SUNDERS FERTILIZER COMPAJacksonville

Frida T. Tile Orange City hotel. full of guests our nation. State or community Yet. AT. 611 71 Notice la hereby. given that the under- t:

Rev. E. J. Warner. the peace.loving There Is a picnic nearly every day at "Honest Injun" which engages our coooa.tivs __BmiUN U.&H.WottMT WUOHT.-... I' signed John U guardlas. I'BXton of soil Hevward Rutiert A.C. Paxton fallen,, Fla. ;

Lutheran minister of Ibis place,went to beautiful Blue Spring .. more serious consideration the condition will, on the 711111.y of August, A. I> 191M'< ), ,
; of the orange and vegetable market True Wemanlf Beauty.No ale bl. final accounts, wththe county judge
DeLand Saturday. air. Frank Taylor ham,a handsome I of Voluaia county Florida ana ask that -
1900 model Reo automobile or the efficiency of our schools woman can be truly beautiful who the Same be approved and that he be discharged ,
tin. PrIce. the handsome wife of O. The bad boy ....as.ll right until he had has a yellow complexion caused by a as such guardian Dealers In all kind of fertilizing Material..

B. Price, of Lkelandwa. amongst relatives Mr. St. John says his fruit netted him a collision with evil and "got ditched." torpid liver. To be beautiful a woman Feb. 0, 19(1( Agricultural, Chemicals Insecticide. Poultry .
here last week 90 cents a box on the tree. I must have good health and Ibis can beaccomplihed O. B. PAXTON, Incubators Brooders .
is and is Supplies
He still in working order capable occasionally using SI Gunnllan. Fonda, Poultry ;

Mrs. H. Z. Bowen and her husband's Mrs. J. ElmerJDean wa the guest of I or rendering much valuable service Joseph Liver's by Regulator(either liqnl.or and Maltbotd Roo ng. !

mother was two queenly figure! here Mrs. Josephine Dean this week. but he will probably stay in the ditch powders, as you like best. It keeps Notice of Final Discharge. LT I II.

frum EmporU Wednesday. Quite number onrcltiien took in the remainder of his life unless he receive tbe bowel open passing off abe poiaonons _
effete matter and in this way Notice Is hereby given that the ui delo.Igaed
Ed. L. Smith the handsome Volnsla the music festival. at DeLand.last week some assistance. What he needsis purifies the blood and aaslsts. in clearing administratrix of theestateof J. K.BengtaoD .

county sheriff, was here from DeLand Mr*. J. B. Welch I I. very ill Dr I the services of the wrecking train the complexion. All women should< oocaaionally AUlru.t, A.,deceased D. lOutl.,file..m.ber on float Ibl' 71b scuountswith day of ,I

doing around Thursday. Reeve of Dl'Land.1s her attending pby- equipped with a derrick of commonsense use St. Joseph's Liver Regn the county JUdge of Vnlusla. county.

Miss Eleanor friend sician. sympathy forbearance. and un lator. Liquid 60 bottle; powder,, 23 Florida and ask thai the same be approved!
Hagstromvlelted! rents a box. and that she be discharged as such admin-
in DeLand last week. She la a beantifnl Mr. Lawrence of wrencebnrg, Ky., selfishness strong enough to lift him up. Ulratrix. I.

and cultured young lady.H. a guest of for the Miami.Orange City hotel, leftSaturday and put him on the right track again.HIS Tbe Daytona and coast autos are at Feb. 5, 1900.Mull K. 8. BENOT8ON. SPRING FERTILIZING?

D. Ames. of Emporla, who keeps COMPENSATION. DeLand daily. They easily make the Admlnlsuatrfx.Notice J,
"
Mrs. Charles Dickinson of Chicago, I'm "kep in" when I'm "tardy. time. Give tree a good start this
lockstep with the gong of politeness, trip across over the DeLsnd-Uaytooa Be on your
was on {bis dimple Tuesday. arrived last Friday evening. Her husband An' I'm "kep in" when I'm "late:" shelled road, in an hour and a quarter of Final Discharge. spring Help them to throw off the old eglwdenp/ < ,
is owner of the Orange City hotel I'm "kep in" for "position- will infest the whole tree. Give
to an boor an a half. leaves that soon yonr
Commodore H. Z. Boweo. Emporia, Mr., and :Mrs. hi., Harris nave returned That means not settin' straight. Notice I. hereby Riven that the undersigned tree food that it may work for you. Cents now make
the her j>fbe.' ..tough-customer island baa been appointed administratrix
here after visiting tbe Tampa de bone von of the estate" of Charlotte L. dollars later oa. Note oar three distinct formulas:
deer in
hunt, was town Saturday.
I'm "kep in" on joggerfy Lawrence, deceased and will on the 2d
fair and other places in the western part : my NO.
Capt. John Horn drew the handsome oftbestat My readin' an' my .writin' EVER WATCHFULA day of August[ A. D., 11'09, file her dual ..,. SPECIAL MIXTURH CHANGE-TREE I, GROWER. '
counts with the count judge of Volusia PERUVIAN
doable-barrelled shotgun raffled off at A valentine part wee given last Saturday 'I An' I'"J.!. : p in" some laughin'. county, Florida and auk that tbe same be SEMINOLE TREE GROWER.We .
Harper &: Minshew's store Saturday.F. anoroved" and that aha be discharged as
But I'm kep" in" most for fightm
evening la the library ball under -
Little Tare Will Save Many DeLind such administratrix.HAKOABCT. want lo send you our booklets especially the ",
S. Naaworthy. of Little Egypt, the auspice of the Village\ Improvement Header Future Trouble. C.Administratrix. LawRxNC&, two new citrus! leaflets that are the best, writings ever
biked ont to DeLand Friday. Frank. Association.Mrs. I'm "kep in" ef I whisper de tools non.
Watch tile kidney secretions published on the subjects.
This Jan 29 D.
A. 1110"
a prime figure, who travels in his own Wtn. Eveleth met with a painful An I'm "kep in" ef I chaw See that they n.iv the amber hue of Write for tbem today.

dag-oat. accidentSaturday morning when she The piece of gum I berriedAn' health;
or Infrequent Wit Citrus Tress, DI..Bac"-I" C UMI and
The discharge not excessive of Final Sprlnl-Tlnw
Rev. John H. Davis most acceptablyfilled stepped on a round stick which turned am warmin' in my jaw. ; Notice Discharge Treatment Haw and When to Ftrtllli Citrus Tress, Plneappto

the pulpit In Methodist church and sprained her ankle. Contain' no "brlckdust-llke sediment. NoUoe Is hereby given that six months Fertilizing. Irish Potatoes. Florida Strawbtrrtes. ,Ideal F.r.lllier.. ,
Iioan Kidney Fills will do this for'on afterdate, to wit on the J6th day ot April,
The truth is 'at I'm "kep in" :
here Sunday. H..s.n eloquent, per- Mr. Wm. Laws, wife and grandson Most They watch the kidneys and cure them A. D. 19ii9.1 will present my final account Call on our Local Agent, Mr. W. W. Harms, or address
snasiTe preacher.H. Willie Laws, have been spending weekat everything I do; when they're sick. for approval to Hon.J. Lee McCrory: Coun
their home here. While Heodersonville But one jolly thing about isIs DeLand testimony proves It. Judge of Volusla county, Florida, at his
at
B. Powell the matchless woodman ser,. Hodgkin living on Howry Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
Scott office st the Joan: House ID DeLand, Fla., Compaq
fortthe J. E. Byrd &: Son navel store N. C. last summer Mr. Laws the teacher's "kep in" too! avenue DeLand.la.., says: "1 am very as guardian of KdlU Bond and ask:,for a
purchased nineteen lota. He expects to E. II\'. \lOI."R glad to acknowledge! the great benefit I obtained ). discharge, as snob Knardian.
plant at Turpentine City, was in this from Doan's Kidney Tills. 1'rIor0: This Oct. loth ItfiW
I JACKSONVILLE FLBo9d A.
climate Saturday.Mrs. go np there) the first of April to build a CREED. using them my kidneys were very slu grist 8. A. WOOD. [V .
residence, where in future they will "I believe in boys and girls the men in action the secretions! were scsnty and Guardian
1... S. White, a lovely Christian spend their summers.Tbe and women of a tomorrothat; unhealthy In sppearaace. my hack ached
great
and I suffered Intensely I attempted
lady of New Smyrna risited relatives constantly -
comedy company wblcb played whatsoever the boy soweth the man to lift anything. I felt miserable. Notice of Final Discharge.Notice :
here at Deputy Sheriff Swartenfrreen'slast and some day was hardly able to here last wk shall I believe in the of :
week. She returned Monday. win well patronised. reap. curse around. 1 finally learned of Doan's Kidney la hereby given that the undersigned -
Those who attended speak well of the ignorance, in the efficacy of schools in Pills and procured tbem. It required administrator of the estate of Zilpola ----- -
Mr O. B. the beautiful but the use of two boxes to banish the I. T. \.rDe"-deeeaaed. ..ill. on the 23d day -,
Singletary. show. Miss Mabel Hardin won the gold the dignity of teaching and in the joy of backaches and I have not nad Spain in my of April. A. D. 1909, Die his nnnl accounts

wife of Conductor Single taiy. of Sanford *-afch. receiving the highest number ofvotes serving another. I believe in wisdomas back since. The kidneys are normal the with the county judge of Voluaia county

accompanied by her pretty sister. for the meet popular young lady revealed in human lives as well as in secretions have become e.eU'-'D. act., ]I Florida, and ask Knit the same be approved <
and he be administrator.
that discharged as such I
relieved of kidney trou Cumber
hate been
MiasOrUlaTcwnsend.of Waucbula,wall in Orange City. I understand there the pages of printed books; in lessons ble. I am entirely very well pleased with [_n'. ; \ eompa

here visiting their sister Mrs. L. E. A. were four contestants. : taught not so much by precept as by Kidney Pills and can highly recommendthem This Oct. 23, 1908. BAH FLOWERS i iI

Bagstrom. Mr. W. D. Buhner was one of thesingers example; in ability to work with the to any person similarly afflicted." Administrator. Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near tbeilif' ?
For sale by all dealer Price 80 cents
Mr. Gns Hagstrom and tons among in Mendelssohn's great dramatic hands as well as to think with the head; Foster-Jlilburn CoBuffalo, X. Y.lOle I at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine IT r)

the foremost In the art of setting groves oratorio "Ellj b." given last Friday in everything that makes life large and ,, agents Remember for the the United name States-Doaa's-and take Notice of Final Lumber :':
Flooring Ceiling
:1
and orchards planted a five-acre! orange evening at tbe TTnivenity auditorium In lovely I believe in beauty in the no Other Discharge. MonldiDjs ,

'grove east Michigan avenue, lastweek i DeLand. Tbe Music Festival was one school room in the home in daily life Notice Is hereby fireD that the undersigned
oq .
of tbe greatest music events in the state and out of doors. I believe in laughter executrix oj.be estate of Carolyn Shines Laths Etc.
for Mrs. S. P. Llndohl. ot Brook GOOD RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Palmer deceased will on tbe lot day ol ,
lyn N. T. She fo a wealthy widow. .and a great credit to that Institution. in love in all ideals and distant hopes August A. D. l' 09. present her flnal so

i Within few ,,"lOeb. three former resident that lure us on. I believe that every Dr. William Miller's Residence at counts as such executrix to the county All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick: Cement, etc., promptly

Deputy Sheriff tiwartenirreen: and Eu. of this place have paesed away to hour of every day we receive a just reward Ormond Beach Voluaia JudgeofVollI.l.coUDI that she be discharged ss, Florida such. executrix., and ask anywhere la the city. 0

gene Pierson. of this neck of the woods.ecbldd1."s the Great Unknown. In December for all we are and for all we do. I Florida. This Feb. 2, ito'.

to Jacksonville, the Chicago Mr. Hale Palmer believe in the its County. MAIiY C. KIRKWOOD.
die1 at his home in present and opportunities Executrix.
undersigned
Notice la hereby given that the
of the south, on an errand of business in the future and its and -- ]
Washington state A few day ago. promises commissioner will on the tint MOD-

T Mday. Thai are the ace of diamondsIn Mr. Marcus Lent died suddenly at his in the divine joy of living. Amen.- d.yla March (March I). 1909. at the front Notice of Citation. flALSBY MACHINERY COHPAlaa
the -deck of good Mulligan laddie- door of the Court House si DeLand. Klor. ;,
borne In Cincinnati 0.; and last week Edit-in O. Grover Ida, between 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.. nell the
In County Court, Volusis : Florida. Ocean Street
: Jacksonville Fl. \
bock Mr. J. A. Blanvelt passed away at hi. "The -crincioali. and teacher. and all fololwing described, real estate belonging to By the County Judge of County..County,; j 4i

foremen Tom. P. McBride, who thor homo in Osteen, at the age of la. other employees of the school system are thel'ltaleofWm.fur MiLler the p.mentoflbedebte Edith S. Miller Vhereas.. 1. K. Blgelow baa applied to i Telephone No. 574 w
administratrix
oughly.understands all ,principle of It was a solemn scene but Friday out entitled to our full support. They occu of the. estate. the this estate Court: of for O.Letters T. DcU.of Administration Bertola, decease'OD We carry at Jacksonville! i 1)

road making- and his gang of workers la[ the wild hills of Lame county Ky.. py positions before the public and are Thai pan. piece and panel of land lying late of said county of Volusla.These and complete stock of PortiO}

are_buy at this writing filling in the on the farm where one hundred :year peculiarly: liable to criticism and re- and state DeingsituaM of Florida, in whereon the county is a of residence Volusla,, are, "'erero...,to clt. and admonish Stationary Enj>ire., I.'oilcn T

low south of Pierson. That I. the great President Abraham Lincoln described, lot 6 la block all and singular the kindred and creditors Mills; all Wood-Work i uUall
.: places ago proach. They should know that they more particularly of said deceased to be and appear before kinds: of Save, llehlnj II'
2 in the subdivision or the town of Ormond,
,
right; plod along, lad, without com was born. when President Theodore will always have tbe firm backing of the known. Ormond Beach as per plat In the this Court: on or before the 22d day of Supplie We have many i th

t>>IaiDt. Roosevelt with Isaiah T. Montgomery board in all their acts which are right. odlce ol toe Clerk" 01 the Circuit; Court: of any February.they have A. ,1).to 1_the. and granting die objections letters, If. of ..U8 ell cu..tom..nbo .ito "

N. I* Pierson, the skillful veteran a former slave beside him, We should however be unswerving in the Volusia..me..iIl county be on sold page to M the of map highest book and 1. aforesaid, otherwise the..m..11I be Itr.Dt.ed a. the merits of our jrooJi/ 'IIpay
PRICES
to
orange grower of this orange shaded laid[ the cornerstone of a memorial demanding efficiency in the service, and beat bidder for east as prayed. oefore you get our We penen.2
buylnir.
the site of the Lincoln This property ma) be sold at any time at Witness my name .. County Judge of e are
building on farmhouse
dimple keeps his team and big gasoline we must be courageous enough to displace private sale by tile mideraigued before the the county aforesaid this 18th day ol January ern agents for FARQUHAB r
Damning engine busy daily in somepersona when at the last the old negro any and all incompetents. While day: of sale If a satisfactory price is oflered. 191$. Boilers and Saw :Mills. A postal will bring our salesman. Write 1

Croft.1ri1\ing-the\ white fly egpan4otb.r deposited in the stone a copy of the act kindly encouragement and counsel This two-story house to ready for occupancy jss.&i.J J. LEE McCRORV. trated catalogue.
and Is the nearest beach residence to County Judge.
enemies of the citrus tree. of emanclapation by the signing of should be used before harsh measuresare the Ormond Hotel, being' at the ol the '-- -

Mr Pierson Is a good neighbor a tanltess which Abraham Lincoln freed the black resorted to. the interest of the children street leading from the hotel to nedr beach
'
race in this country. Oa&irr BLT Commissioner .
) citizen wl&h. headstrong courage should at all times be borne in mind. DeLand. ...... Tax Assessor's Notice. .-

and unconquerable will By far the most important of our For Information apply to Judge biewart; I will be at the following places at the .Now is the time to order
To those who voted for in Miller De. .
the ofm.
me con- duties U attorney for the estate time
to see that grade in specified, to receive tax returns for
every every
S. B. Wilson Volnsia conntyV accurate teat which baa been raging the peat lard Fia. taxes of 19%:
faultless tax, assessor, was in week I thank yon for your kindn- school is vitalized and spiritualized by a Peal

this poor i man'* paradise last week on and appreciate It very much indeed. I good teacber and that the head of every Notice of Citation. So Town. Day. Feb. Hour. Simon Pure No !
Enterprise.. Tuesday 2. S-3
ETHEL MOTSINGER. I school be a person of a type worthy of p. m.
his annual tour listing taxable property.>> In County Judge's Court, Volnsia County :Orange City.Tueadjy. S, 9-11 a. to.

BUD, as he is called U the right medicine -U- I holding the positioae must ever be Florida. 3-DeLandv Monday 1, 8-11.. mieLeonSpga.lI.oadll" for your grove and be sure of a large next ..
deaf to the selfish appeals of friends or In the matter of the estate of Mrs. A. L.Fern 4-! *, IMla.ni. crop
in the front line, and his language Seville. Kldndge, Tuesday 9. 10-11 a. winter All the b.st
\ politicians and never swayed by religious deceased.To Wedn m : groves ue:; SIMON PUR ::
,ipssses the same as gold, and that i w Florida 6-Seville. .yJO. 10-12 a. m.
Miss J. H. Strong. Orlando
Teachers ; 7-ormond. Monday 13 FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves
prejudice. :3-9 ,
or race p m : :
notable he is A Mrs. L B LongOnlandoFlorida Hits
; an unflinching gto- ;
8DaytonaVedsesday. IT : .
We visited should be the work 8-13 m ,
of to Florida
were Monday night this assigned they can Leonora McDowell. Orlando ; 9 Port
Saxon Mulligan guard and one of the OrangeThursday. ", .0-12 a. m.
best tax assessors south of the Mason.Dizoujjylds. week by quite nice shower. do and advancement made only on the Klonda Archibald; and Fan'James McDowell.W. Perkins Orlando as IIhili.-New Hill SmyraaTuesday, S3, 26 p. m. E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville .0

Rev. J. W. Davis filled his ground of merit. Worthy and efficient ad litem for Leonora MeDow. Wednesday,24,10-H s m.
around by way of .the appointment guardian .'*-Tomoka, Monday 13, ll-li a. m -
,Bio Grande and Oklahoma. here Sunday In the M. E. church. teachers and principals are and should ell. an Infant and all other persona Interested 13-Oleneoe, Tuesday 2 J. 11-11 a. n. IT IS NOW "SIMON PURE" ON THE SPOT
: '4 Lake Helen Monday, :22, 1/0.11..
be in their We shoulddo m
secure position.
Mrs. B. M. Hale. of Jacksonville Whereas, L. B. Long as administratorwith
iWaen you are troubled with bad was all in our power to induce the best ( the will annexed)of the estate of Mrs.A.L -Stetson.14-Clifton.. Monday Monday. ii!, 11-3 1-2 p. m See T. E. Arnold and get the Fertilizer that makes 'em hump L
dreams and doubts the 'best thing to here this week looking after her property. Fair,deceased, baa Sled his petition U p. m Also Chicken: Feed of all MealX1
talent to enter the service of the : ilOtlleen.load.y.n.: 2-3 kinds Beet Meat
system p. m Scrap.
In tbe" County Judze'a Court ot Voluslacounty ,...... _
l M Hrtllv Hill 't't. '" "LII Cracked
do is to do like Mr. and Mrs. France and to encourage such talent to remainin Florida setting forth that the said i ip m- ;- H u f\f. oW' lu : Bone, Mica: Grit etc. [!
The King and Tucker show u advertised Tuesday, U, p m ,
Rosengreen did last .week go over to it. Teaching is the noblest of all the Mrs. A. L. Fair, deceased departed this 20-Se.breexe. ToIHd.*. *, 2-4 B.n,. JlI\F
to appear here Tuesday of next life oa the 7th day of August, A. D. huT S. B. WILSON
the Pin correspondent and renewyour professions, and its ranks should be .
week. .leavings last will and testament, but In TaxAsseseor Volusia .... 'j'
: subscription advance for another filled sad by said last will awl testament nominating. ounly Fla. ---
with the best brauu and with true DeLan" .I.n. It, 19J9.
Mr. and Mr*. O. W. Cowart and children : -
oooauiuUng and appointing no oneas i
:year and, continue taking the Volaeia !
genius. The teacher to degree. i
paid Palatka a visit latter part of a large t he executor: thereof and directing therein
County Record tonic The does. comes last week. is responsible for the ideals of the young, that the following described' property belonging San Jose Scale and White&
every .Friday( and ,It never, fails to to said testatrix be, sold town: Bids Wanted.
and the true teacher is the ideal
or
M..... H. C. and man from Sblmer
A. W. Price and The lot bought the" estate, eorser -
straighten a fellow right ont and make Mr. Byrd. of Pierson. in town On woman standing for culture progress Clara and Michigan avenues, which lot BIds are !requested for palntioc Court For San Jose Scale '
were !
him and described lot II louse and Jail tin on Peach Tree and White Fly "
sound well posted. Mr. and of the week.Monday :. and humanity. I would not counselextra'.gance la more particularly sa of roof with one coat of
block t of Sbimer subdivision in block: 10 Princess Metallic and boiled linseed olioraw otherin
ecb Pests
Mrs. Bosensmen are two good people>> ,Feb. 22nd. U a legal holiday< in salaries, but the good of Rogers' map of DeLand In Volusis county linseed oil and dryer. ; .on Orange Trees, spray with -SchoWInsectfclde.

a*ever.crossed the deep pond comics; and the postofflce will observe' the usual teacher is a valuable public servant and Florida on Ale in the office of the clerk For paintinr Puorhnnae. two coats win ." Mixes
from Sweden the dear mother country of the Circuit Court, In map book 2, page Atlantis or Carter White Lead. Bed or readily with cold water.
holiday hoar- should receive a just recompense. lbut In and by s-Id last will and testament Green Seal Zino and pure linseed oil, 11...
to settle In 'this shaded Eden.. -They Deputy Sheriff Chas. Swartengreen. "Tbe man with an ax to grind is always making: no provision antaorUina a seed oil and sine! to be mixed la the proper.tloaoftwoparts Money promptly refunded if results are not satisfi ,
are model citizens upright honest of Pierson. here private sale nor giving sncn power as white lead and one pars ;
was Monday last, taking and active. The
living
healthy would .authorize' sale without Intervention sloe; said bids la be Died with he clerk" of
JMisjhbors. industrious, agreeable, without a crazy negro to DeLand. best interests of a school system at of a court of competent Jurisdiction he Circuit Own an or before March I A. LOCAL

fault, and they are king and queen Mr. A. B. Prevatt Is having a grain times demand action. When and D. 1909. and the Board cf Counts Commlil8AMT. .AGENTS: J. SCHNARR & CO,

la ihe-ruUirioa deck of tbe Lutheran room built by his place In town for the clamor in behalf courageous of an incompetent Whereas.with The the said will L.annexed B. Long), aforesaid administrator sloiters and aU bids.reserving lbs right to reject any.1 G. W. FISHER/ BeLwd I II I MANUFACTURORLANDO '...IJ:.

cbur bead,worshippers. bere. They merchant Jam. C. Cade. teacher or principal is loud when the is and\by his said petition, sets up that be D. JORD'iN. I. C '0811/50"/ Stilllt I

own .a) hsndsofn Louis) and a nice) tangerine Mr. A. B. Long representing the C. opposition to laudable is believes I It would be for the best Interest of Clerk Circuit' Court, ,
W. Zarinx Co. Jacksonville purposes Hid estate that the said property be sold DaLen.., F1a.
wa call.h.
grove) only- few steps from the .... a.,... ....._h.n.. 11.1. ...... strong then it is that the sincere and at private sale, believing that a better price I- --------- .
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be obtained therefor st public
.wrt" shebang.. They are cheerful week seadfast school director braves them all onuld

,$jBTia, (ore and nssslhJauwyathyJkaaUy. Mr. Joseph Psoelti came over Sunday and performs his duty as he sees it."- of sale this and Honorable prays that Court be may directing have the an order I nor. Notice der of Section Application 8 ol Chapter for Tax 4888 Deed, Lawsof Dn- FUL.

.-A marriage of from St. Auouitine accompanying his H". L. Pitplou. Prts. MUwa kn School said Ulna;teal and eatate empowering at private him sale to aell; the I Florida. I TREE51N .

roehy of erast fa the Pienoa people wasthat wife home Monday who has been spending Board Now. INrel_. This Is to__.00 aJ'0re-1 i Notice Is hereby !given that Gall\ Braa-
Mr Charles :! _some time> here with her sister Mrs. the said Mlmm J. H. Etroer Mrs. s na1- narehaar oi IAY ......-,..*..,.. w- .
ft C. Naswortby. of U.: Jlessmer. long--Mlas Leonora McDowell. Archibald 3Ot'daidthettbdayof June: A. 61 loftY:
.Ut&Ja $,--"-.111"irnsnls P. INTERSTATE CLAIM AGENCY Fair McDowell, and James W. ... has Bled said certificate la my office and 'Th'Oughout! the Gulf tOast: country-were supplied
A representative of th* Belle Telephone ad titan of Lsnsnra has made application for tax .feed planting stage b Saint
)la.tly. of Douglas. Go. oa Tnnrsday ruardiaa to lean Mary Nurseries These tied
_wa. here Friday last and la E. H. HARRISON UCant. and all other persons _.rk..1 la seeocdaaos with law Said oerti5oaiembracee grown well are t.rdy and vigorous end
..-... Feb. 11, at 7 o'clock in the .called a 'phone Mr. Baker's: residence. appear oa Thursday, the ILk day of the following: deaenbad proparty :7 tnie to name. Fine orchards'yield fine crops

..parlor of ,... Satherisad; hotel., known Perhaps It 'will not be Ions before .*. luboDJD1e. III A. D. iuo' st asy office in the Court situated in Tolasia musty Florida tenth: for DI! and it Is our trees .re
a the BssuMS vHooM.ia the. eras of our citizens: will have "phones 1 ...... .. De....... Florida, sad show cause why Loitsubwos.. ** seem. 19arll :'nowb.c'L- and larger not strange. that our busiDeII
every
ofDaLsad.
-8e& the prayer cf said peUUoo should not be !- 9 aes'es. year. r .
.,,Tae happy ceremony wasDssfusioed granted. If soy yen save. The said .land uelnc sses>eed at the date-
by'the Rev o.aaa -. the Baa- Mrs. Kats." Bright and chOdre, .of Scse .* row FREIGHT Claim It la ordered hat this cftatalloa be pub.. of the. laausaoe nf such eertifleate la UH, .Lien. Sa1nt.May Jewel P
Wilmington. Dl'1.. tearing Florida, Scarf M *esr STOCK Claim liMed la tile Volusia County H oord. s name at Gall Brasnins Unless said t
,tit asleis (,"""'. !a.-tl ,a stopped off with relatives. Mr. aad Mrs. Seed Clams weekly newspaper published as DeLand,laaaId eertineate stall be redeemed according to By all means the best commeiuJl' .
OTHER fe Plonds
ysav law. tax deed will ..... and kindfiie'pe.jchg.wing i
Jarge amber of Moods. Mendelssohn.Md W. H. MeBride latter county of Volaais, tot a period of loutMneentive thereon" oa the excellent for home
nest of las sad tue. We
.. : offer
weeks. lib day ot March, A. D. LaCe an unusually fine at.1
,. Lobeswrin-s ;-weddla* -... .rat of tote. .week. The Misssa Maao- W. adjust and collect them oapaxomtatjs Witness my Land and official seal at De- Wltsssa sty oOclal alcaatnre and seal. I' new Iafld.clsy: subsoji..,.,. stocks from native Psi$

>'.wwr* very sweetiy,rendered by Miss males accompanied. her thus far to be..... Experlsnoed tand tote__day <*'"_?. A.O. lone.SEaLJ i this the 6tb day of February A. D. 190B\ and These dean and vigorous trees. with thrifty 1001'II
spend a while- acre with their father .1. & JlcCIIOKY, top., are the
S.N* enaslt at. 1M baadsosns bridal claim ...* _p& .4. { ( -&oj 8A1TLD. -' very best 10 be had.
.Iaole1q. the. winter as IIr.j; "....*of the County Judge's Clerk ditrait Ct,Voiosm ontnNUT and I have been
,
propaptl'd under
4artr.,..*.. lbs, faultless.decorated *15.McBride', .. Court of Velnsla Ceasty, our
Bonded as a Safeguard to Claimants Cncnal aupervisiop, ...... _
parlor. tit, --....".preceded" by.>tbeawstsrV -tl. away friends of Dr: A.rVBben 7Mat inla .. ...e. _

AirIral ned OSM ., Nails si 0cLsW.an J..' fl. Fawcett M.D. si 1'._--... J.y _
pretty traveling eostsuae and.carded fsaajraUIreat Us kome la ChattanoogaTeasu.. Do you know that the Finest. Lar .. ..- -- Ordsw om17. w.
J bouquet o( bridal...... which woeamdV FrMay Feb. kIL lIle Law. eat Pecan Nuts grow bere oo the sand, ...... a ssp.... -. .. __ __
pent a portIon of most every ....... at Frongorta.............lM an4 5 .... ..KIX.EU.IOSBIID TBS01TExclosively hills of east Florida frn5... -
ALpiosd.ligk1tid, rscsptloaoHow.dsrsrs'ssneit. this pine- B.Is sarsivad by his wife 'h', ,...... .. es.SieS r.N. Nia.. .e" C'Y."" c.-..
lbs o..saoay. and thea. r.r..hmeste .... Dr. J. W. Slwnsaavasd one, *,jum(H.t. aid sowth/-T. i ili .. ( ) SEE .TUB NUTS AT FISHER'S p. u..... __,." ..

'I"rtdaT'.rtanooe"" ..po.tagrlyalaI. da.gbr. M... T. a ...... of Ckatr i tTLnsa.i Tslephoo 177. Drugstore. Ask, Nuckols about Pecans. GLEN SAINT
,* leuoU.,.Taw flnBsassrl ,srs* ..... .. ,G.... Perth.5..........?;.... 3-Mr.M. .HoaratlOtoiXereepsitaaday.Fonsvsrly Finest, varieties of grafted MART NflR5ERi _
this.veritable gai.SIs, Wa1Mi. MicK. :I".T._ ._11..* A. .. ...15 .... trees.for sale. Now .. the. time to COMPANY
' Maren laaft.Tbe .
: Miss Belle sad ISA per .... -GossI..5_ 357 M'Av..ne them.. 1
, ...*.S.A..Harper. ,Pye & N plant
funeral --- ,Fa*.. ..h. frees wrtl ld Bet
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*. ........,. ....... JIJaaH clandi.an 8. a Peter and Penis..........Chattay N.siesI5Ute .' ( .Bristol Place), w..HASKELLI. : Nurseryni. I c. L. WIlT MAlT. ItORIDI

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