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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO: ALL! THE CITY COUNCILThe /. H. TA7UM' 1. P. MACE, B. E. PREVATT W. E. SULLIVAN

President Vice-Presidents Cashier
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RI.. REEVE;, HOWARD & co.We Natters Up for Consideration att
he Meeting Monday Night.

I City Council mt in regular session THE FIRST NATIONAL
extend to you a hearty invitation to look at our Monday night. Present President BANKI
Davis Councilmen Fountain, Dreka
"""'" BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS and Woodall. I
and Atty. Silas B. Wright presented CAPITAL STOCK $50,000
are anxious to
help you in every way possible. petition from the Bond Lumber Company ,
- requesting that the petitioners .
J NO TROUBLE be permitted to lay in South Boulevardand DeLand Florida
TO SHOW GOODS in Hubbard and Alabama avenue ,
water pipes to be connected with the
rij city water mains, as follows: 4 inch -
Here are a Few Suggestions for Christmas Gifts- cast iron pipe from the pipe now at the .
I comer of Walt avenue south along the
1, 19,1 Boulevard to Hubbard avenue, a di,.

II JEWELRY PaperKlllves.. . 83e and 60c Hand Colored Fla. Vlews..40uand,1 pipe tance eastward of about along 1320 Hubbard feet; a or avenue a i Inch a Will open for business early in January, 1910, on the

GoldBesutyPinaItuIperpair Austrian Brass Frnit Dishes Sepia and Colored Prlnta.6,10and25e distance about 1320 feet; a inch pipe
and Novelties ..... of Woodland Boulevard and New York Avenue.
corner
Gold Cuff Links. .$2 to *IJ .. 75o to $3 5onvenlrSpoon f,60ato$3 along Alabama avenue, north from
Hubbard ,distance of about
Gold Lockets. .. . .. f 2 to $8 CHINA TOYS feet; said venue pipe to be laid under the 660 direction '

lor n'PWB, Seal Rings . .. .. . .$3 up Painted Plates, Florida Flow. of the city engineer and in accordance .11111111111111'11111111.

nd\ 'abvmm, Fobs .... ... . . .. ..fl to $10 ers, ,' ,, ,,,,,, ,*3.23to $5 Mechanical, Toys .. .15o to $3 80 water with city ordinances, ; that all
rents collected from
Cloisonne Enamel Jewelry. .fiOo to $5:; ; ; Games and Blocks .....100 to 'l.GO buildingserected : /H1LE
Arts, Crafts nod Abalone Plates, Cups and Saopera, etc, Teddv Bears and Teddy on lands belonging to petitionersbe 11 Y THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK will be conducted under a Nationalv
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Granites and Orange Blossoms rebated or returned to them until I

.,KnltbiMLt..,. Pins, etc. .... . .. .23oto$6 ... . .... 73oto2: Lions. ... ......... .50o to *1.BO they shall be reimbursed for the expense V charter (about it thrown those strong safeguards by the Federal
Dolls Stoves andPianos of said pipe and for laying the
bmili SILVERWARE Painted Salad Bowls, Chocolate .lI'orllltore. same. Referred to Fire and Water Government for the protection of its stockholders and depositors) it will in
+ .. ....... .. 35o to $3.50 ,
Salad Sets. . .. ... Sets, etc . .. $3 to $10 Committee, to have contract drawn for
$10 to $13 Tops, Romp, Pop Gone,
all intents
and Jellv Japanese and Imported approval. and purposes, be a people's bank, and not a close corporation. Its
Sugar 81100IlS. .fl 75 to $3
etc .s 10 and 23c
Petition
Cold Meat Fork .. .. . .fa to 88 Pieces?.. .. .?...25c and BOcVaspg Rape Bonks, Linen Books and owners of East was :New;read York from avenue property requesting stockholders number sixty-odd representative citizens residing at Seville,
and ..
Jardinieres 13o to $8
I Baby SPoone.t 13 to $.2 Childrens Stories. 15o to f I 60 the laying of a six-inch water
Napkin Rings . .. .$1 75 to
Hand Engraved Toilet Sets..$20 to"JUG Alligator Bags .. ...*1.75 toflO DOLLS and Inch Water pipe now Committee in use. for Referred report.to Fire City and Osteen. The Board of Directors, composed of successful businessmen

Silver Deposit and Glasj Alligator Card Cases and Dressed Dolls.. .. .. .. .ISc to (3 Petition was read from Grant Bly as
Cologne Bottles. .$1.2:1: to $10 Bill Folds .... . ....$1 to3 Jointed Dolls ., .... ?25o to $10 attorney, requesting the dismissal of: of the county, is, of itself, a guarantee that the bank will be conductedwith

,.rtllle'' BRASS GOODS Ladles' and Children's PocketKid Body Dolls .. .. 83o to $1 73 the paving suit bill against on Voorhis S. W. avenue Waite for, the an same old sound judgment and along careful business lines, and it solicits your

rahpe, boobs .... .. .... 60o to$7 Celluloid Dolls...... .....5o to $1.25 laving been settled out of court many
Brash Brass.T,ar dl II I..reR. ,|1.7" to |10 Unbreakable Dolls..... .73o to $1.2"Mtll years ago. Referred to city attorneys patronage, assuring you every accommodation consistent with conservative

ti 111 10041Itt.16 in in Set"and. .Crafts.... .Smoking. .. . .SI l to *10 Orangewood SOUVENIRS and Shell NovelCHRISTMAS CARDS ettled.dismissed for investigation at once and if the that claim the has suit been be banking. Our cashier, Mr. W. E. Sullivan, has had seventeen years' experience -

11%pitIttpn pn Brass Paprr Clip, Tri}'*, ties.. ... . .... lOo to |3 All Kinds-All Prlcee Application was made by Mrs. Sarah as a bank cashier, and in such capacity for THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

Uup, lams Smith and Mr. Moore for privilegeto !ELAND he will strive to merit confidence and
- WE ALSO tap water mains at the eastern limItsof your patronage.
CARRY HAWKES CUT GLASSWith the city, at their own expense and tobe

,urleeGPalate a supplied with water at regular rates, .....".,..........
The petition was granted connectionsto

every 25c purchase you will get a chance on one of't be made by city engineer.
W. C Cannons appeared before
120... BOARD OF DIRECTORSJ.

/apnK.tl THREE HANDSOME PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON CHRISTMAS EVE. lights Council be and provided requested for the that hook better and

] Drib' ladder Water Committee.house. Referred to Fire and H. Tatum J. P. Mace J. C. Robinson A. T. Pattillo W. E. SullivanW.

lION't[ TO MOVING PICTURE THEATER Bills were audited and warrants C. Jackson W. C. Watts J. D. Sprake F. S. TaylorW.
lIONIIU REEVE HOWARD & CO.NEXT drawn in payment thereof as follows:
,I :. F. Spaulding. . . . $ 3.oo A. Allen V; W. Gould B. E. Prevatt John Cranor
im John G. Christopher. . . 191 .8'ittsburg > I
flTTBT=' -' Meter Co.. . . co.oo
A. Woodall. .. . . .75
tt..................iI......................1...... ..............................iii Bond & Ponder. . . . at .13 -
l llUOOil!!!. '.! r if T. E. Eccles. . . . . 2.50
dym. THE y: WANTED Watts & Miller Co. . . 3.15 prosperity.. I ., COOO YVUMMM NMiV: 4Y\1k7..div w MS "t'Yh7L t.4S"ySt+.
.-.. J G.A. Dreka&Co.. . . 31,.86 We need more of the go-ahead spirit
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-,In.r ." FLORIDA FRUIT & VEGETABLE EXCHANGE y! Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines Blane Electric Bros Light Company. . 200.00 10.61 of Atlanta which, (in a country of grewnatural qIN SELECTING A SALES AGENCY I Ia
" '-! DeLand Telephone Co.. . 1.50 difficulties, is making itself the<
.!- W::: And Fruits of All Kinds. MaggleWU.on. . . . 4.00 good road and automobile center of tha
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AonNTFLORID J | DISTRIBUTORS OF i" W. A. Allen Co.. . . .95 south. Florida is a comparatively easy ij
John Cranor . . . . 8175 To market your crop a grower's natural desire Is to select an organization -
J 5 FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES y Also W.C.'Vatts. . . . . 9.55 country to build and keep op good roads whose interests are in Florida and which is therefore working
- y Tomatoes Scott Hodgkins . . 30.50A. n. and, given these roads, is an incomparably j: for the welfare of the state and the improvement of tbe industry; i.)
I ::: Po.tatoes. Howard . . . . .. 4.18 better and safer country for H An organization which has the beat facilities at this end; .
j\F"? W. flay Sty ''"k."Tl"e!! ,!l FLORIDA An ordinance was passed providing Jl Which has the longest and moat successful experience In marketinff
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OFFICES
w automobillng than the billy districts of Florida
: lChnrledoo Block, Orlando, f :: And All Other Florida Vegetables for the construction of cement sidewalks products;
y on West New York avenue, from the middle south. F. A. STORER. J Which has a reputation not only in Florida, but all over the country I'i
"111"" X for fair and dealing
e square ;
yW Clara: avenues to Adelle avenue, on -.S a ,
: w Prompt) returns and quick sales both sides of said avenue. fy Whose business If an established and successful one;
Just Look at this List of Stockholders j
Santa Adopts Modern Ways.Old v Whose brands and pack are known in all markets and popular
i R. E. COCHRAN* CO., New York HORACE B. HANSEN CO..New York .Y on all shipments. REPORTS OP OFFICERS /:. among the jobbers; t
The engineer reported: Water Santa Clout once had a beautiful sleigh tWhich has established trade in car-lot market In the
Refer an
JAMES SAWYERS. Philadelphia WM. WEINERT CO.. Philadelphia :y:: to the Commercial Agency or pumped. every
I J. C LEIB A CO.. Baltimore ERNEST M. MERRICK. Washington D. C. Loan &! Exchange Bunk. 4,659,591 gallons; daily average, That went Inla very wonderful way: |'? United States and Canada thus Insuring it in most cases first chance
THOS. H. McCOWAN. Pittsburgh Pa. N. NIGRO ft CO.. Dallas Tsx. :y:: 55,319 gallons; new taps, n ; taps Through village and city, o'er mountain and a at the business of the best bouses-which means distribution and top
opened, taps closed, ; wood con atream. prices
; BALDWIN Houston.Tex.OINOCCHIOJONES MUSCAT-LOT'l'PRODUCECO..Mubll..Ata. y 13; 3 i g ;
CAROILL.FRUIT CO.. THE WEIL-BROCKMAN CO., Cincinnati, O. i FRED GERMANY curved, 37 cords; wood in yard 43 Old Santa went driving hU reindeer team. V Which has a well-organized and competent sales force with bond.
Kansas City, Mu. D. O. WILEY ft CO., Detroit Mich.OUR :&: cords; coal in bin, 33 tons. During HI.sleigh. and his reindeer that served him M ted sales agents In practically every car-lot market In the United .
1 y Wholesale Commission Merchant month, wood hauled< by Thos. L.Dean long $i States and Canada;
: mmm :a:: Columbia, S. C. 15 cords; by David Monroe 16 And that brought him many a gleeful song, ') Whose agents are selected for their ability honesty and expert-

= BROKERAGE CHARGES will be lOa per box on solid cars which :: __ ._ on __ _. __ cords meters; by installed H. Howard 10 3 cords. New lutfancleaof now goes the children rounds no in longer an automobile.appealHe \I ence Whose in Florida officers products have the; ability and experience in Florida necessary I

will principally be sold f. o. b shipping points and en route; on local lots, :&: Marshal reported the collection of $23 i to enable them to properly distribute its shipments and secure
S which have to be consolidated at Jacksonville, 10 per cent on gross sales. y In fines I 'oraince Cook and Peary discovered the pole II top market prices;
of Jacksonville, consisting :y:: WOULD YOU Treasurer reported the following Th.wonders they told so thrilled Santa's soul Which has In the past been able to return to the growers the high. i'
: mixed out
We expect to ruu a good many can balances on hand Nov. 30: H.decided at once,that very same day est averages;
!J! or oranges, Etrtpefrait, tangerins and ptnetppliH. which gives U3 a chance : like to heveyour laundry work General revenue. . . .$ 300.10 To rlde4n an auto and discard his sleigh. i 1 Which does not ask you to pin your faith solely on promises of .I
to supply the smaller markets. .and nit Hint them on either commodity.MM i'" done in a careful manner, Bond interest. . . . 4369.85 For the world now moves at a wonderful rate. ; what it will be able to do for you in tbe future, without being able to

<\.........................................................&, 'midst ronndings clean, delivered sanitary to ear yon 'Streets Waterworks.. .... .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1790.98 124.36 And Santa I know Claus he'll wants prepare to,be regardless right uptodate.And of expense. I1 show your Bales past agency record; which will of itself justify you In selecting it a.

two hence I Which docs not ask you to tie up your fruit for a term ot years,
.+$- *,+fiN14...... .*+..+++. MM M ..; ; promptly at any time yon Total cash on hand. . .$6585.29 To go In airship year or LILLIAN C. KICCH. I but which will handle your fruit for the season knowing that ft can
want \it, and at a reasonable Collections for November: General Daytona.HOWE'S. show you results which will cause you of your own free will to continue I
ill Weinert{ 61 Company pncet t T t T t revenue $8t .9o; fire and water, $23.95; Is your arrangements with it during future seasons;
? m. Then patronize the sanitary, $2J .30; bond interest $23.95; Which does not ask you to tie up your crop without knowing what
waterworks $376.85; streets, $107.75Partly SHOWS. its charges will be but which will agree to market your crop at a
LAUNDRY GREAT LONDON 5 definite price per box which is just as low us tbe service rendered will
Merchants== DELAND STEAM
- PHONE 84 No AdJectives/ Needed to Describfthis organl/atlonSwhlch can answer these requirements is
== S.TOi. Cot front anD> "Wine' %te., pbilaCelpbla, pa. Retrospective.To Marvelous Production-hit I
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-= the Record: Own Advertisement. CHASE & COMPANY
Seat :lEranOs of .
Beaatifninewbirthday and fancy pos Volnela county has done a great deal The capacity of the big tents is always/ I
FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT TANOERtaloierdeatBrlll'e. tn road building in the lartt few years, tested during Howe's Great LondonShows' Main' Office: Seaboard Building, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and it is best to allow
bat the end Is not yet; ranch remains to engagement !
Choice Western and Florida. beef the children to tbe afternoon exhibitions I
INES. ORANGES AND VEGETABLES. pork matton, sausage, etc., at tbeSlarsh be done. where the new menagerie can A. R. BOCUE. ACT., Box 840 DELANDTAPLIB'S
rs Market Among the older residents of the be seen to much better advantage anjl ooJ
- .. . . . . . .. . . . .. I county who does not remember the old more time given to absorb the descriptive OOf' lCQ($
... ---- knowledge so pleasantly unfolded
-- DeLand if
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road from to Enterprise, they

If You Want tiieBEST ORANGE WRAPS Ask for ever things had seem occasion incredible to travel now; itt but Snob that on by The the tbs white gentlemanly green city and is lecturers.thousands,a beautiful of picture sightseers 1PD aRtaBNRANiIt AG9MFIlep

- was not BO very long ago. When the will take advantage to inspect this WASHER"
J monster moving caravan. Tbe horse IMPROVED FRUIT !
writer of this cams to DeLand to livs.tn
stables alone are worth visIting to all\
y October, 1801) shell, marl and plnestarw lovers of the gentle equine for Howe's J
- U rii: AP c9fw roads were practically unknown Flor London horse show is naeqnaled; then
V ids. DeLand streets were all deep in the ponies should be seen; also the call-! MANUFACTURED BY
itself.
marvel in
nidewalki nary department a
the
sand Bud almost only
30L a U I t tl' s :; w fi iT, I lT nte a ie je I 3S'a" '.i were of wocd. Araa't we glad now isn't The plant blacksmith and a hundred shop tbe places electric will light tie ALVIN TAPLIN MANATEE, FLA.Capa.lt. i

j 4t one then? Yet if some people hadn't found of intereat.
Y Cl thought, and acted, we would be just Only work of an absolutely necessary
where we were then, crawling a plotne.esque character Is done on Sundays.. If tlje ...of Hand Power Machine Is about 180 box.per day depending on the 4'
l a ti! i t I t .f1t'r of tbree four boars weatber is Hoe ani the water is not too man at the crania claim the machine complies with every demand of the fruit '
ziKxafc or
l wa will be given a bath
cold the elephants ,
grower both as to simplicity cheapness and efficiency. Its operation simple yet
-- woods, if we had occasion will the vast Improvement -
the billy
through I
-- Everyone see thorough the fruit being Immersed In a cylindrical receptacle, .la kept Inclosed In a
=""" r ; a ; 1. oU' to go to Enterprise.The and enlargement of this tbs belt, soft mat suspended on spiral springs, which can be adjusted la fruit of any SUM,
county commissioners! have wise of all the large tented aggregations- from the smallest tangerine to the\largest sized pomolo. Just above la a revolving
iris .,t a tl all / I Iv' ly determined to carry the new toad to Each with department foreign and is American so completelyfilled features drum also oovsred with soft mat. By turning the drum the.movement causes the
i il u s fruit to revolve,and thus Is virtually cleaned against the two soft mats, always open
rki Sanford the oM routes from the Jung of being transported
ill a El by as are capable on one side for examination on Improved washer. The fruit la fed In at one... ,
R' .s place on the Enterprise) road to Thrash and handled In a satisfactory manner. I. and la revolving a simple device keeps the fruit working toward the other end.where 'f"'
k 11 1 er', ferrr, west of Lake Monroe Noth Tbe show will be here Monday, De$ It discharges. as fast as It Is fed, thus avoiding overlo.dlegorerowdlogthh fruit during
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a. 3Mo a ing can exceed he Importance of a 20th. Its revolution. The machine, as Improved may be run by hand or steam power
j The Weather as there Is no stopping,feed discharge the fruit. It not onyeompleplyr.mov.a
really fine automobile road from De. ,
.. r the white fly smut but also removes scales of any other foreign' substances that mayA
Land to Sanford and next to that one for tbe week ending Dec. IllTEMPERATURE. collect on the fruit. And I claim this to be the only machine on the market that does
.e to Enstl,. and the central part of the this satisfactorily and without Injury to the fruit. The adjustment .la so nicely arranged
state. Very true, these routes lie partly 8 M T W T F that hen eggs can be run therein without breaking the shells. The nnprevedmachine
.la an Improvement upon the machines which have been In sea f or eevecml.
outside VolasU county bat county Blgb..711 80 79 73 03 03
Liitf I1 .......00 01 Bl 06 43:28fI:\ yean by a number of experlonoed packers In this vicinity several of whom hay.hol.' < ?( ] 't
lines oat little figure la the matter of Low : of excellence and 'JIMo&. .
nnteersd to furnish us testimonials their great efficiency. :
tai 1 ; IILt. f Tmn'1 pnbllo convenience and importance to Rain fall Wed. and Thnrs., trace t i iU. testimonials, will be sent upon request to the manufacturer.'r{ '
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I B. WEBSTER
DeLand and the coast. The county
,, iii 'to tis 'commissioners of all the counties should Co-operative Observe!. PRICE : .; ..

and most Economlcal MI in the closest harmony and co operation ENGINE AND WASHER :.... ,....' ,. Werk 821 O. 'rl r'ry' ...
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1 is' so thai a One system of roads may See T. B. AronM for all kinds of G* WASHERS ti.
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i +RIa EXTRA. FOR. ,POWKR .
t TM= soon coyer the entire state. What an den. Feitillsers. Kept .In stock: at b i ) :' I\-\
THE LA5EL for Flori4a would' bel warehouse. HAND POWER 38 \
advertisement tie f'" .:t.
G. DREKA, DgLa Florida The cost .would soon Tar-more: than ---, 1 I k 1: :'> ,.

MALEY, Daytona.E made up by increased Immigration and Do your holiday shopping now. tmmmt mm m umMm*-_.u.9**.*m9m. 9tmmmm. *imm .&.
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I Laities' I CUT GLASS !11 SILK SCARFS. I LADIES' COATS. j DRESS GOODS. I
Japanese!! Crepe-de-Ch-nc '
DOLLS.Cook 1 UTILITY TOILET CASES Water B-ttl*.s, Pitchers Vases f 1-2.25 to $4 These make fine X-Mas Gifts.| -

s and Peary Dolls. China (Assorted Colors) CnB Diilu I ., Nat $16.00 values now $13.98 i I j
ator Special inducements
Dolls. Rag Dolls all kindsof ,i Silk. *1.50 to .2 50' Sets, Celery lushes., Junket Uy Genuine UI"rnharklIi HAND-BAGS: 15.00 values now 12.98 I in this

Dolls. I Cotton, II to 1.50 Glasses! Mirror Tray', -tc.<< LEATHER$3.50 to $12.50 12.00 values now 9.48 Department. Don't fail to

''I TOILET UEQUJlTES.Colgate' 10.00 values now 7.98 visit it.We .
CHIN A WARE Plain Grain Leather HAND
Soaps Perfumes and 7.50 values now 6.48
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Powder. Fancy assortment of Hand- BAGS (assorted styles and 5.00 values now 4.15CHILDREN'S ; -'- ....

Can You Beat This For Painted Articles. Beautiful 1 colors), f 1 to nO.I .

I COLLAR BAGS AND BOXES. and Saucers I
Japsnere Cups FINE SILK UMBRELLASPearl COATSAt
AN X-MAS GIFT? Fancy Leather, 75c to f.J.I ;
Plates, Nut Sets t etc. and Wooden Handles,
LEATHER NOVELTIES. both Plain and Fancy a big reduction.

' Ladies' Coat Suits I WRITING PAPER. BRASS NOVELTIES. Srrr CASES.-Genuine Hornback AI- *2 to 15LADIES'
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Madras
tRI Fine Linen Paper, in a PICTURES ANDBOOKS.Large
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Beautiful Collection of CandleSticks ligator Leather. our customers -
SILK HOSIERY
Beautiful assortment of Holly
t $28.00 valuesnow I Boxes. Smokioe Set t*. Writ- Price. 528. i II and f 1.50 per pair. assortment of Framed this I
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25c to fl.;)!). Sets, Ornaments, etc. Lisle Hose, 25,35; and 5Oc Pictures Picture Booksetc. season,
$24.49 I ____ Cowhide Grain-Ease l.4'ather-Tan! --- -
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Brown and BUck. largest assort-

$25.00 valuesnow Comfy Slippersand Prices tS.50: ) to *1S.CtrB j Ladies' Shoes.
,l ment of stock from Ttto.

We have just received a new bow
$21.89 Hiawatha Moccasins. BASS -Genuine! Hornback Allirator -
I I! "1 in which to select X- t IWI e<'
ry Leather with Brass Trim- | line of specialties, Fancy. ibime,
values $1.50, $1.75 $2. Pumps, Sailor Ties, Strap Sandals ; -
$22.00 mines. Prices!!, $l6..5.' to "2.3. ; rkeims
: etc. They're just the thing Mas Gifts of any ,

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Old Ladies' Comfort Shoes store section UTud tl
; Leather.! Prices, fro to 115. I
$20.00 values N_ ___ N_ I
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9 r ,. now $16.98 I tog au

WHAT OUR GROCERYEverything DEPARTMENT HAS TO OFFER rove

Style and QualityCombined. in due
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3i Fresh' s Polite Attention--Prompt Delivery We
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I Oranges, Apples, Malaga\ Grapes. Concord oeeilia.
i CRANBERRIES CELERY and all Seasonable
iI A. DREKA & CO. .If
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G. A. DREKA & CO. 'il and Niagara Grapes, Raisins, Dates, Stuffed VEGETABLES. Chase & Sanborn's COFFEES DeLand, Florida i wonthis

Dates Currants Citron and a full !foe of only
DeLand Florida and TEAS. Sperry &_Barnes'' famous.HAMS Phone 77 tent

r t ; Phone 77 !I I Candies etc. and BREAKFAST BACON. and tUo'

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THE YOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD.' During the present winter season THE DELAND DEPOT IH ASHES Tin ensoul' scout ha been ia oeadonl I It Mr. D. P. Water. rcial npresenia Marshal Kremer had Annie Cooper J. M. FAWCETT, M. D. ILD
the Florida people will be > v"'r* srua a o{-lt xket to SUpoe tire of the Timet! Colon, is ID town and Virginia Williams, two negro women
The Atlantic Ooat lint vet at rtas to Tee Tro b->ys titre.4 with working up a special Volooia county before bit Honor Wood Practice Limited to the
the Mayor
annoyed by professional beggars
... place was eomplllT &*Ofor toI ly:treahttlebefore .a914 Ifxtot BT t'* tatcoel and ,edition of that paper for some Issue in AKD THROAT.
8. E.The f REVAf. Editor 'ronctor. Monday morning for fighting and die EYE, EiP, HOSE
and cripples, book and 3 "ci->e< tin nirrr- .. .
D ey frco Wa bnrrr w re found]I January. It is tbe intention to Rive orderly conduct down in tbe hollow on
other kinds of agents in the state not a Teange of it V*.tt Wt.. Mr g ::y Tbe _+ _] jvy *vw was I several pages to VoloxU. covering her Chrncn street Sunday:! morning and it Hour: 10 to 13 except Sunday.
.
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.f 1&tees eommc.fII DeJA80L J'I&a reaoarre. her I industries commerce,
Johnson and WOliksa brii them .
15
4 for the In of no wen far cost each. Tnia makes :$83 01 D!
1-----. purpose. some the ajfral a x>eT3: aitemptinv to pnpalarion. scbooU' agricaltnral anti Marshal Kremer Telephone 177
baa collected from
in the rooms orer the offie* seed sated .
towns of the state these! fellowsare kutailt xx-aTn"t fA at OK BJ1l.ivy The borticoltonl sutlsiica. The write-no uegroea disturbing the that
little of tb effects rmlenJ a erj>tt cf 1WIT. will! boo profosol* iIIn.crateod. ttreet since peace on 317 Minnesota Ave., DeLaod Fla
Tallahassee True Democrat requested by the authorities Tb. fire ... first iLdcorrJ by u* I Tbankgia -

fl ..vba Bartow CourierInformantand to move on, and they do. night clerk of UM CoU g. Arm. a.lays B "T, etacrycete ebrrlI:: use care-'

Sanford Herald installing i the fire apparently tinned vAtr faEy lTrn+I"et"m.: ..* (f taU .-i: '''''. '::-=';--=. :'-':'''J.' '--. ...'-'-. '''''. .. .;a ... :!:!a con
are Other counties in Florida are the platform between Uw offiae sal taw u :'f" : -:11 :: ;;;; ;:= ::: ::: _;;;; _;;;; ... _;;;; ;;;; iiiI'_ _''''' .
w, typesetting machines. The wetI.BacwcL TVt bon M> ar carrv- $'
prosperity for hard surface uar
bonding; good road track where ptn'rngm bouJbe
oN lax artieW: for the
fan the you want
,. l of these papers brings roads, and Yolusia, among: the ,trams He pbooei elM alarm to the *.- '1 C&n z&as gifts. Tbese cwTcbanta hare. w thei

lI''' ; about these improvements.The first already in the constructionof tral office bat before assuiaaoeeoafcl be .,lar//(< u.xke of bo:laT grada: aad an endla m The Officers and Directors of -
bad frota the fire department aai art- .
.
good roads, should take no Taritty: reset Won bare tech
winter session of ten the old tram b-niVling. &fadadiag': i n i
congress; prMty Hs- beeadieplayed at De-.aoI1 ,
back step, but should bond for a
the L on the north used for freiPC.
convened last week, and Presi- The Rioori's oontr r aJer, should
sufficient amount to give us a doomed. How much fretful I
r ; dent Taft'a to that was wa I efpwially read tie b9l Y.aJ anxxuBeeemecu :;;
message august net-work of hard-surface roads destroyed it nac yetknown.. Tne largeframe ', of DeLuad mrc&aau before ; THE VOLUSIA COUNTY BANK
; body contained some good
,
;:t all over the county. The county building Dear by on lbe east cosine to th*coactv to do their< Chrut-
recommendations to be enacted ; natd a, storage room bv O. A. Drtka
commissioners, before submit- mat.hoS.opillK.
into law-proposed laws that this Is Co.. was saved by shard work. The,
ting the matter to the voters, mr of this!baiJdi will probablybe
country needs. part lag The Gould Sales This Week.k T DeLand Florida
ydSy n. want to first consult as to roads temporarily rued by the roaj. It"l I k Tbe GooU-WiwMtra. Agency reports
most important to construct!! :presumed' the Company; bad toe depot. '.
The republican state central the follow r.z sates this week: -
roads that will be of greatest i and freight department well intvrrd Mary E. WiCUmiua to E. B. )loft.
committee met at Jacksonville *
for iU well the T
as shiDpers
own a* pro w
benefit to the people of the borinea and reodene tro *tiy. U yj -
Jut week for the of ectioo for the lass in .freixbt by cur
purpose county.To j j tcca. : Beach, cootiderstioa i fi'/X- E. aIf.xt
making recommendations for appointment I tomen mast bare been coosideiabto. to May E. WiBuenoB fire acre ; Extend to the Public a Cordial 1

to federal positions in those who have kept a close! _..u orange gnrre with rea'Vcoe on Wisconsin
the state soon to be vacant, and Ave. eoofi&ratioa t4. The Woman's Club.
watch on the of the Invitation
orange crop to
their New
T. L. Oten aoi T. W. Gould to Inspect
in the main the present office present season, it is becoming On Tutaday. of next week at 3 Wm. acker, let Xo. 6. section 14. of ft

holders were recommended for daily more apparent that it will ;clock, will be held the bi monthly O.:*en tract tea<' acre; K. B. and T. L. ftft
re-appointment. Of course, they fall far short of the high figuresat dub _tiue. !I .... and T. w: Gouts to EinarEtjtnder. Building and Safe Deposit t
.
were, for they are members of which it wa estimated earlyin A very fine moral program win b.oven lot II nad 13 of Orteen tract. &
the music of which
the central committee. the season. The six million \ G.by W. FMter ia department cJaairman- Som.II IIIn. twenty' acres ftft Vaults Corner of f Woodland

box mark will have to be reduced rf the beat maud an* of the city wfll .
Travel to Florida is especially Evans-Hatcher. ftft
'ate ia the and it b roE
to five or even possibly below part program
heavy. All trains and steamships that. The fact that the Hoped: a Urge number win t.present I Kim; lla;.rl ..6er. eldest daq hter ftft Boulevard and Indiana Avenue
are loaded with people California crop is also showing On Saturday, the 18th. at 9 o'clock in of jlr. aid >>... O. .Batcher, was ftft

coming to the state for the win- shortage, ought to assure a paying the club room MIr& X-s.: of the nnirerrity nailed mrr-,4at Teesdayeveeiag ftft :
ter. The travel was never so crop both east and west this kindergvteo. will tefl to the' to 2Ir.J '\i. Et'..*. of Arno.TrniL.' ftft a
year. The dry weather that hat :children Cbrtetma..toriee. AH childrenbetween the botne of ike brvl'. parents north of :1-
heavy.for any previous winter. prevailed throughout the 5 and 13 are invited to com to to-m. _. V. &"T...... of tbe M. E. ftft
They are not, however, all tourist producing sections seems to orange have hie very lDl.el'NtlCIlw.c.. The I Ctarcn. Sooth nerrnrming, the im- ftft
..4 ., but many are coming with a been at the bottom of the trou mothers of the city are alo invited to .........eemnooy .TIle home was very ftft Wednesday Dec. 22 1909 P
view to invest and especially to ble.-Bartow CourierInformant.The :hla meeting to bear about oitableChristmas pr trilv A t..,nt.,1.l f ir the oea ion. The: ftft t
.... brtlal. .!.kit the
homes books for d ldrn. AI. OMI| foUowing day for ftft
:W build to be occupied during
next big number on the opening of the al< ftft
.
the winter month. The program her in Florida is the which will occur every two weeks aster they go In tM Tmnesw hotae of the 0
state has an exceedingly bright annual meeting of the State Educational the direction of Vias Bear It .Is grove They carry with them the ftft J Pel't
future. She is enjoying a great Association at DeLandon hoped a.large amber of mothers and. ......". eomrrataJattona and beet wishes ftft

prosperity now, and it is the beginning >> Dee 28. It is a gratifying caddies will peeS bar. of many D.Land; friend. ftft

0: a still greater prosperity fact that a great deal of fine enthusiasm ftft I
is put into this meeting
ftft
in all line.of industry.
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every year and that from all DEATHSTOPS OFFICERS. DIRECTORS
rash part of Florida the teachers f
The; of oranges to, ftft A. D. McBRIDE
principalsmuperintendentacoblags YOUR SALARY :
ftft A. D. McBRIDE J 'tc
the markets has brought a drop
the SalarUdi mt.bo.M.lawn.r-that ....... sear .*c1..t.. R-i_. President
ested
of the fruit. The in great cause are ftft ,J. B. CONRAD
in.the
,4 r. price present prot.--.a aM..-ti.-_ ..sJd .l....\. tar their.....or Meir i seer ire!
beat grades and counts have net.tedlb.'growers by hundreds to discus educational ...tbair capital a* wen ..thou lanniaa Death.(........ Ixxav Take. )oat ftft '., B. CONRAD A. S. MUNSON
themes, plan for improved 1M UFX Md dsmtk eaoaot stop that tecoas or : UrT
a ponce t* EQUITABLY ftft
; ,, the past few :
; methods: and receive new steal yeas tapltsLHare VIce-President. C. A. MILLER (

..weeks; not more than a dollar on strength and inspiration at a joe aesaj Uw NEW TuBK BrATS 9TAjroamD Pot' icw writlcsi by ftft F., R. OSBORNE i
'tldl) tree: The ,prevailing price common fountain for the arduous S. A. WOOD 1 .
,;;; ,far nixed counts has been _from but glorious work in which theyare THE ftft Cashier F. N. CONRAD

M+ O tents on .the tree Theo engaged. The meeting; at ftft S. A. WOOD
:late assurance Society
I DeLand this month promise to Bquitable '
\ will better
;, evidently: get be the beak ever held, both in "

." ,1It ....WidaPIDeDtahay. point of attendance. entbas- ..... Eo P.'w.-- D.L..e
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} :II. BETTER ASK CHAPMAN' .t.I S-IGNS ,' It.i; Inure| with iue.,,1 6t1 I i1 AU J l\\


3. II' We Have Some of the Best Bargains Ever Offered loa, I George JuniorRepublics <: Making Good" ...... q- -. '- ,- NOW is the time. .

Fair-Minded Spot cash for losaeskj! !JM'tq ..;' .
Public. I For Sale at the
:t Citizens U should be protected

New 7-Room House; Furnished! throughout Modern R you Insured?
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{ Improvements I RECORD OFFICE
School; Lights and Bath; Lot| 75x300ft. ; only short distance from Public .- =I.II.- = Every company reliable, ; y \', j


or University; worth 5000. Our present price, $3,500. TIlE establish 9t new .lice f twalrb ooicrr department, pcatiu Keepers and a board When does your policy 'expire '

An elegant new 2-Story Residence New George Junior The religious, "Furnished Rooms" :n Ir.
on York Ave. all Mod- educational name, (Is your policy In forcer
;
ern Improvements I Cement republics In several civic and commercial training furnished ', ,."
$8,000. Our ; Walks, Paved Street City Water; worth states during the at the George Junior Republic develops "For Rent" Telephone number sixteen. I
present past year la an evidence l
price, $6,750. in Its citizens the sense of responsibility
of "For Sale"Printed AGENCY.
tbe striking HON INSURANCE:
respectability. Industry

Barn Fine Farm of 20 Acres, all under cult \ atiOri ; Good HOllse and practical popularity value and of and all that Is highest and best In ( on Heavy Cardboard) U will find us ate

$3,000., nearly new; Only 2 miles from Post-Office.. Our present price, : this furtherance movement' of good Jo'' I. -'" / ,,.'".:.:a... ..., ,1 e e Stetson and DeLand.

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government. Pennsylvania

Building Lots* from $JO to $2,000 each, in any part of the city and,Massachn-New Jersey I "Trespass Notices"Printed --Curd-board of ,,111110ds and, colors for

wish ( on Oloth.) The Record office
you may to build a Home. w. B. OXOROB. ietts are the latest Bale at

states to be favored .- -
We can save by the establishment of one of these
you Money by
handling Real
Estate
your Investments. republics where :young folks of the a PRINTED ORANGE WRAPSFrom

). HOUSES nation, boys and girls alike are shown ,
FOR RENT OR SALE. how to be good citizens by actual participation .

In actual government of
which they are a part 25c to 50o more per box for Oranges. Tangerines -

this Much has been written about the ; and Grapefruit wrapped in printed wrappers.

I to Junior and Republic has been Idea perpetuated which originatedwith by William iu 1 Striking designs; full count and best tissue on the

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R. George of Freevllle. N. Y. It z. market, are the reasons why we sold 55,000,000 wrap.

Is Impossible accurately to estimate the : pers to Southern Fruit Growers last season.
1 r good done by the various republics
- now In existence Their services to Write for Samples and Prices.
the country In producing trustworthy

citizens, educated In tbe needs and THE JERSEY CITY PRINTING CO. JERSEY CITY, N. J
processes of civil government In the .
Interest of the governed, can be estimated TWO OIF TUX VODNGI OPHCIAI.8.
only In the future by a consideration manhood and womanhood and fits Its
of what they have done for citizens to become useful creditable "WE WANT YOUR. SaIPlIdEN: : TS
their country. citizens! of the larger lepublic.
':"'. There seems no doubt that the George. That phase of tbe Junior Republic 83; Years' Experience In Selling Florida Oranges.

Junior republics are an economic necessity i which coiniminds the greatest attention
I1Sn CHAPMAN RE' 'A"L'E'S'r'JI' TE' COMPANYThe They are more practical than Is the government The plan In similar GERRISH BROTHERS
academies and colleges, though they In many respects| to tbe old New England
lead up to the higher educational i town meeting system. The community 52.54 Commercial Street Boston Mass.
courses. They are more practical a. Is entirely self governing The
' regards the education of citizens In laws are wade by tbe citizens lu the COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Edge of the soundest principles of sound citizenship. town meetings, one meeting being held
'rt.m Night. I[ 'I''IIP dny In none too .short the nlgbl They do not cage a lad In a each motilli. All children over fifteen
Superstitious Rem dl '
There are only twenty-four hours to i. !BEACH! SHIPMENT SOLD BY US PERSONALLY ON ITS MERITS
none too long but all too harrow Is the I For whooping cough a cooked dormouse heated class room and argue into his years of ngt become citizens and are ,
tot duy-to tbe day and the night. And -
edge between.-nnlln Members of National League of Commission Merchants of United States.
Lore In cranium
Ninrp la good lu tut eighteenth cenj the theories of government entitled to vote anti hold office. Tbe
few left to that
tow are time between
X. tbe light and the dark quiet! Ours Is- I| Atlantic. I j tury this remedy was employed. ID On the contrary they give him some laws are those of the state of New Reference: Volusla/ / County Record; Fourth National/ Bank Boston. Write us for a Stencil.
Scotland. Here Is'" another medicament folks to govern and show him how to York with certain local ordinances to
i hurried twilight. We quit work to
The Rest l Napoleon. do
it
meet exlxtlng conditions. For
deep, ; we wake up to work n RIIi. We for the name complaint: "Watercress exam
At a review\ of tau
natlnnnl
gourd si A striking Illustration of the value ple there are laws against
ls a good thing sir with a little smoking
tbe day by tbe clock very ESTABLISHED
mensure ; we the Til Merles ::
nyLon shortly before WaterlooI 1879
of tbe profanity etc. On
measure the night: by an nlnrra clock. bit of thui brown sugar what you USPI economics taught by the repub- Tuesday night of
and for some time n mom completeopportnulty lics Is found In the following statement every week n session of court Is held

to put ou to bacon uud some honey
LIft Is all ticked off. We are murdered .
of contemplating this extraordinary of fact: and all cases for tbe past week are W.W.BENJAMINCOMMISSION
mixed with It. And I'll tell what's
the second. What we need I In you
bj a day being. His face Is of n "It costs the state of New York between tiled before the citizen judge and
a good thing for but a rlesty
md a night wltb wider margins, n deadly (pule, his jaws overhanging but croup often of
bacon fat fried down and afore It resolves SHOO and 700 annually to care a jury four. If convicted tbe
linn bat comes more slowly and a not HO much ns I had heard. His hair I is
prisoner turned the MERCHANT
add some and vinegar. ror eacn person unbar its cDllr""," n over to citizen
longer lingering twilight. Life ban tooIltUe Is short of n dark dusky brown. Hu pepper keeper, who
I costs between $250 and $300 annuallyfor places! him In jail and directs
It opens tile! pipes of the! lungs, d'ye!
It Is too often
selvage
; ruw and generally stood wltb bls hands knit see." And If you are adventurousyou each citizen at the George Junior the prison labor. Here be does 80 Mercantile Street BOSTON 28 Richmond Street
nreled. Room and quiet and verge behind him or folded before him and Republic." not hare tbo privilege of working for
Ire what \\'e'IIOt., not more dials for three or four times took snuff out of : may try this for "phlegm ou to the himself but for tbe
a
Here we have a stinging arraignment. government, and
chest: Cutch a "dear little dotty
Hut nor more Usurps for I the cllnls. plain brown box. Once be looked at frog" and tie a bit of string to cue of of the gross extravagance in govern- merely receives bin prison fare jflodba Granges a $pecfalt
We have things enough, too-more his watch which, by the way. bad a The equipment of the republic at
that enoug!t. It Is space' for the things, gold face and, I think a brown hair' its back legs. Then you "keep on letting Freevllle N. Y.. has gradually Increased
perspective and the right measure for chain like an English one. His teeth It go down" your throat and pullIng A 1 until now the association owns and C3'Stencils! furnished. Correspondence solicited.
It again. The narrator of this
- Ite things hut we lack-n tiirnsure not I seemed regular but not clean. He up controls over 350 acres of land. On -..
one foot short of the dlmunre between very seldom spoke, but when be did added to T. W. Thompson, who Hew Y tills Is a little village of some twenty- .---- ._.-..-.---- _. .
down these stories "it's the truth,
Hi ud the stnrs.If smiled In some sort ngreeably. He : live buildings. Ten are cottages, where
fellow and It cleared the<
CO. we get anything out of the fields looked about him-not knitting, but young the citizens live. Besides these there i.
worth wblle It will be this measure, Joining his eyebrows. As tbe front of phlegm out of bill throat bootlful. but' are a beautiful chapel a modern schoolhouse TilE J. HAMBURGER CO.COMMISSION --I
that/
we wouldn't do such a thing as
i tills largeness and quiet. It may be each regiment passed he put up tbe -London Chronicle. a government building In which
only an owl or a tree toad that we go first finger of bill left band quickly to are the courtroom nud tbe boys' jail; a MFil"F2CI: :ANTS
forth to see. but bow much more we his bat to salute but did not move his girls' jail u bakery: a carpenter shop
Sod la things we cannot hear by day- bead or bat. He bud an air of sedate Boomerang Kink ? a furniture shop, a plumbing shop, n 264 Washington Strut N.w York
tilings long, long forgotten, things we I Impatience.-Prom "Recollections of aLong There are a good many "kinks" to be s printing office the general store, with
DIver thought or dreamed before Life" by Lord Broughton. learned to throw tbe boomerang skill. tbe Citizens' National bank In tbe rear
FLORIDA ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT AND TANGERINES
Is throw against
One to
[rMASII fully. always and the executive offices on the second I ,
the wind If you want It to come backto 5 floor steam ,
7 ; a laundry building including
= you. It Is a miniature aeroplane tbe steam heating plant which sup I Members of Fruit & Produce Association and National League of Commission -
for It literally sails against the wind plies beat for Merchants.REFERENCESMercantile.
n large number of buildings
Howe's
Great ShowsWill .
.D. London and Is borne upward and onward by ..--- ; the barns and dairy buildings and Agencies and Volnsla County Growers who
the breeze. It tbe player wants to the hospital. 'I bave dealt wltb na. I
make a long distance straightaway BUSTLING CITIZENS OF TOT REPUBLIC. Mr. Ueorge'a residence la also in tbe -- .

111. Exhibit in record be can throw with the wind. went by politicians. Why should It republic, and In one wing of this la .
but be must take care to select a cost a state from $350 to $400 a year tbe
library of about 2,000 volumes. .
.. .... .EIBidta"adFISI9iNiB4MA. ...
7. boomerang which Is heavy-so heavy more to support a single person than The boys and girls live la families often tlspSS teoYss erl ets 4Fk i il91lR Bl6d .1JIIIIoI

that It will not be too much affected it costs a George Junior Republic or twelve in a cottage. These !make
DELAND MONDAY DEC. 20thThe by tbe air currents. By pointing tbe Moreover, the Inhabitant of the republic SHIP YOUR Oranges Grapefruit

Fit, boomerang at a certain angle be can have advantages even luxuries ., I i.
, make It soar aloft In circles like a Included in the cost of their keep. At
bawk until It may be as high us 100. the average high rate mentioned a Pineapples and Vegetables
Show this year is bigger and better and in a more feet above tbe earth. As In golf playIng I state supports for one year a prisoner z,. 3 ti

r! commanding position than ever before to maintain their It Is not so much mere strength or a lunatic or some other charge givIng I II
that makes a long thrower but tbe him but tbe barest necessaries of 5 TO MARKS BROTHERS
unrivaled standing and rank, and to amaze and delight skill In aiming, tbe direction and In life yet with tbe far lower cost, the
\/ boomerang throwing the way In which Junior republics. In addition to supplying
\1Ii their thousands of patrons. advantage may be taken of the air better and more varied food and I 37-39\ Church Street HARTFORD CONN.Rp'el''lIee I

Iii currents.-St. Nicholas comfortable quarters, place libraries,
i Many New and Exclusive Features cbools, trade schools etc.. at the disposal -
!
Bradstreet, linn, First National Bank of Hartford. Cotta.La .
The Value of HI. Tim of their young citizens.
\illIi Young physicians In the smaller Who can overestimate tbe value of Ma.e*...... .45.. 11IOI........ .. ...........'...ifs...t1..6.19itlap.

towns have an Idea that appearingvery such a lesson In comparison with tbe -- ..
iiiIi busy will help them greatly In future voters of the country? The difference --- --

\ V starting a practice. Tbe following was between tbe actual cost of an
\J// told by an ex-senator. Dr. Godfrey Insurance policy to tbe Insurance com CONTRACTS TAKEN ANYWHERE WILL BUILD UNDER CON
Hunter of Kentucky. Dr. Hunter bad pany and tbe amount charged for tbe IN THE rOBSITUBB SHOP.ip IN FLORIDA TRACT OR BY THB DAY
\\Ai AiII 1 i a call tbe afternoon following tbe policy represents tbe "loading." "Lood- family groups of boys or girls a*

\ banging out of his "shingle"/ and ing" Is adding various charges to tbe tbe case may be, with a lady or a lady
IIW started through town In his buggy at cost price, as a percentage of collec and her husband as Its head

terrific .peed. A policeman stopped 1 tors' fees agents' commissions clerical Tbe government of tbe George Jun. mettles & Co.
\} tbe enterprising physician. : expenses etc. Tbe high rate per for Republic consists of three departments 5. jf.
J "Doctor." he said "It Is against tbe :year per person spent by various states -the legislative tbe Judicial and
i iI.*. city ordinance to drive at the speed represents tbe "loodlng" by politico! the executive. The legislative department .
you are going. You must accompany powers, which build up party organizations Is vested In tbe citizenship and Contractors Ana KSuflbers3De2Lan&
\& SiS1 s s me to the judge and pay :your fine. at the expense of tbe state. Such nil the laws ore passed by tbe citizensIn
tu '($ET' r What Is the doe?' Inquired tbe doc conditions would not exist: if states town meeting assembled a majorityvote
!
if.if NGWY ORK PPODROMG tor."Five were operated along tbe linen. of tbe deciding tbe fate of bills pro fflort&a
'I dollars. Junior republics. poned. AJill\ must be sign: *! -by the
t u Tbe doctor's band flew to his pocket. The first George Junior Republic was president before It can become a law.
u "Here's $IG. I hove to come back Just established in 1805 at Freevllle. N. Y.. The bills are drawn up and proposedIn I| OFFICE IN SECOND: STORY OF RECORD BUILDING |

a. fast as I am golng.-Success Maga. near Ithaca. Tbe object as stated by the town meeting just the same as
\
ivl o A Few of the Many Features You Will See: sine. _________ tbe founder, Is "to prevent crime to bills are prepared and presented In tbe
vlv develop character and to promote good Doped l States congress
) 'Marion/ of Performing flans Fixed Stars.There citizenship." The scope Is International Tbe citizens In the Junior republicover PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS A COMPLETE CREW OF FIRST.
Sheridan and Her When we
Troupe
fixed stare.
are no and nonsectarian, and girls and fifteen of
years nge are voters the I FURNISHED CLASS WORKMEN
iil look up at the stars they appear to be boys over fourteen will be admitted. girls L
ror." including Duchess, enjoying equal suffrage with tbe
Buckley's herd of Elephants but astronomers
lxJ Performing very still and peaceful Every boy and girl of tbe proper rec.ommendotlona boys. The judicial part of tbe govern
I the largest Elephant in the World know that such Is not the case, becomes a citizen on arrival ment consists of two departments-the
xJi ....._ Is moving. some
bat that each one at the republic.Tbe .
i) the criminal or police, court and the civil
Rosedale the Beautilnl $10,000 Kentucky Horse with incredible speed. Invisible to first business of a citizen after court.
unaided eye yet visible to the Instru being released from quarantine la to

\vlv lake, the largest Gorilla ever Exhibited in America mania at their disposal. Our more sun for or find employment either on'the farm or Bopd Lumber/ \ Compagy
vlV instance, which Is nothing In one of the shops or cottice. Tbe The B gt4r of Madeira.
V e''i I. I 6 feet 10( Inches high; and weighs 150 pounds, has tremendous less than one of tbe "stars" supposedto with citizens are paid for their labor in a There U only ono By In tbe ointment Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yard near the depotat u
i wonder moving along. of Madeira comfort-tbe beggars They
arms are a be "flied Is in value to United
enRth; marvelous agility, and his powerful currency equivalent DeLand wltb best cypress and yellow pine
to the entire solar system toward a point States money. Each citizen works five begin to beg before they can walk and
V behold. constellation Hercules. In nature they cull I'enuy. p.nnyl"! before they 1
In the hours and attends schools live hours Lumber

v i A Truly Wonderful Display of Wild Animals I from largest the world most Insignificant everything germ is In a day. The republic school curriculum can However lisp tbe one sacred good name thing of has"mamma.come of" Flooring, Ceiling, Mouldings,
to the Includes a college preparatorycourse.

i 4 People m Horses and Ponies 20 Funny? Clowns perpetual motion. A boarding. place In ODe of the cottages our prepared experience UN for wltb beggars them. They elsewhere.have Sbinges, Laths, Etc. ,

I Is next arranged for; according We sea hardened now-at least we Al Lumber, Building and Fire Brick,Cement, etc.,promptly delivered,
\ Prof.'Wheeler's Military Band to the amount a citizen Is able to pay think we aria The savor of pity has anywhere la the city.

from bis or her earnings." In additionto gone out of us.-Albert. Blgelow Paine
\ direct .
h World's Family, In Outing Magazine.
Eddy
Great YEARS'
the 6O
Champion Acrobats, bis board each citizen must pay; a .
\ :.trom EXPERIENCE poll tax and buy bill clothes. ,AU necessities ''
\ London, England. A Prize Watchdog '
a and some luxuries can be purchased Geotl.ulanut I am afraid be JOHN B. ,
all nations, in WELCH
j) flower from
k of feature Performers revelries at tbe republic store. wouldn't make a good watchdog. Man
; ''Program extant, startling struggles!: and' ludricroul by all' l the: next important step for the cltlsen (wltb bull terrleri-Not a good watchdog '
; carrying: the spectators by storm and wildly applauded Is to become familiar with the Why Lor' bless :your 'eart. It was ORANGE CITY.. FLA. .

MAMa laws which govern' the George Junior enly last: week that this wery animal; .. .. .,. .'. .
; ELEPHANTS, CAMELS TIIAOC Dastec.Comiaars_ Republic. All.laws are made by: tbe held a burglar down by tbe throat and I AND-STAPLE
bilLEHNES' I
FANCY
; '' BABY &e.Aevo citizens and passed upon at tbe monthly beat his brains out with his talL-LooI I ASROCER\\
MONKEYS .1
; T: .sea LIONS. ._din,a.k.opln'o"....ODd d..ariree e.tjn town meeting The lawe are en- don Tatter. I IB I TOBACCO AND ,, L
"rtel.NKAW ''
Indoe ,Croe.eif ''l ofw::. forced by officer elected by the cltl-, ,1'1 '
$ .,
r. DRV UOODSSHOES.. HATS. ETC.
ETc.-
II
w(>
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'An Events : Mod.d.all.'tfW'' '" sen from among themselves. Tbe tt Dad Than Editor j .a.-__..... YfBeet
Endless of Startling ::", ," "so. r eNre Judge How do .r'I, M''I.
Program .n government omcere consist of a president you earn ;your Uv-,( ,
jrtM & la '
wltboal<" and Freshest Oanned, Goods "
J : hand
the'tlShow vice president secretary of state, Ing. Prisoner-By writing, your boor constantly on ..and ai'. .
1 1I :.,Ihe Free Spectacular Street Parade. starting from SdtaU t ..Rlltrltal.A secretary of the treasury girls1 Judge or. Judge-And .What do yon write : class groceries for your table; .'" t'I\J',...\ I
I ,_", a.-. ... oua 'etbi: boys' Judge these officer comprising for Would you mind tilling us? Prisoner Country Produce Bought. A'Pirat clau Meat Market In C4ni i s. r
M. t :: ; ... ... ..... .
: Grounds
at 10 A. Not '
at all. I
district write for .k :
tbe president's cabinet; a girl tone ;, 'e. ;
:. -ieiJ hot dinrrfc .....-. -.. from .om..udlrtt' Library; Olden receive careful attention and delivery laa ;.;:; ; _Mil find ,

{,::3..pmE.EO&MA: : NOES .DArLY--2: BYI g....,.......... 2.!; t attorney a low as the lowest. Give-'....'. &-. .:.'( ,f"' (.".:._.:,, ., ..::"
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BARNUM TRICK. -- I Car $.

::9 PARADISE So Tirod A Spool of Thra
---t Getting His Posters Into Canada Without SHOPPING IN MEXICO "But for Napoleon," said the spool. of Florida sad for Volusia County J K. -.
ALDER,
would In .
Triompne Cb..nry.Vlotorla
__ Paying Duty. "I. like the Arc a* I
It may be from overwork Napoleon'stime Thomas 1 .
have Misted.. In L Notice| -
One of P. T. Barnum's moat ever .
successftil
to*. the chance are Its from an > made only of aUk ando None.Ulent
Life of the feats of bamboozlement thread was Arthur LThoniss.1, ATORNEY-ATLW.
Happy-go-lucky West was played
i Women Get Plenty of ExcitementIn active& LIVER. wool. Napoleon to ruin the Bngllsn L. Tbomuit.. ,
upon the Canadian customs authori To Artbir Offlce In Bank
Indian Negroes. ties. The veteran showman's tours Making a Purchase. With a well conducted LIVEI silk thread trad destroyed; tbe world'W You are hereby required to appear to DeLand, Florida JBuIldw I

do mountains' ol lal>.. silk stock, which lay at Hamburg. tbebill of oomplulnt tiled herein againstyou Practice in
were always planned tar In one can: turnedto befor R1 State and
$ advance this crisis the Paisley spinners In tbe above entitled OHURB on or

LAZY JOY FOR LITTLE WORK. and one winter be made up his 'mind Without fatigue. cotton. After tremendous labor the 8d day of January, A. D. 1910. Court Federa
BARGAINING AS A FINE ART. 'the Volusln County iteoord (I. nerebvr desIgnaUd -
to take his great circus and menagerie It add*a hundred per cent f they at last made cotton thread.! Cot- na the newspaper. In which this or. J L. MoCROHY, "

through Canada during the summer one earning capacity. ton thread Is the world's chief thread tier shall be published once a week for four
r ebe 1 Months' Labor Enable. Th.m Enquirer. consecutive week
to after the next This bUn toda-clDclllDati
gave The Deaosnt From the Asking Price action bund and seal of ollloe thIs
.. healthful Witness
la I my
be
It kept
Loll In $IndoUno For a Y.ar and a about two years In wblcb .to mature to the Last Price and From That t. I can IHb day: of iTovomber. A. l I'. lOOP ATTORNEY-AT-LAW., I
Half-Combing the Islands For M.n his plans. by and only b1Tutt'sPiUs Only His Shar (SEAL) SAM't, D. JORDAN -

For the Sugar Plantation.. One Important Item of n IIbowmRo'sespeusea the Final Sailing Price Work Out "George'* saId the maiden annt reprovingly Clerk. : DeLand. Florida
I
Something Llk a Faro Comedy. her finger very solemnly By R 1'. HAMLIK. :
consIuU of his advertisingplacards shaking
'
< A happy-go-lucky stand up and! fall "there Deputy Clerk JAMES W. PERKINS-, -
i .r aud Mr. Barnum was always Wben a woman goes shopping In tbe at her small nephew, U M. DIIII'NIT'r.lIollultor: : ,
down enlal. Inconsequential* ,. spirit an Iu\l8b with these gaudy pilots lie City of !Mexico, especially If sbn )enIts were two mince pies on the larder : for Complainant. -
|
1l .. tbe West Indian tingroes In was aware that the Canadian government | Spanish she gets fur more excitement shelf this. morning and now they have ATTORNEY a1Q
J; tbelr labor and In their begging \In' COllNSFLORAT.
Notice.
think It was
Imposed a high duty on this for ber money In the course' of an afternoon disappeared. I didn't
From th. weafln; toller* on tbe dockat class of and he wanted to ( 1 Judicial) Circuit -
Imports, yet than she could hope to com puns p y ou. In Circuit Court, Setentb ,
Maoorls loading sugar Into the I paint Canada red yellow. blue and In year'. time In America. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ,.'Tlsn't' all In me" blubbered the wee In .and fur Vol"> sin County, DeLand, Fioridui
teaiae?*."' with their warning Florida III Chaucer: Will Practice 10
cry"Bewlowr Owennle. State "a'na'7eaersGary
green with a lavishness that no show- In tbe Spanish and French dry goods I b oy. "One of 'em Is In
E. L. Smith
: to tbe men. ID tbe hold t(I
.. >iL_HJP_
l mau had ever displayed iu tbat country houses where the trade Is almost exclusively .. Complainant, Court
ttlft
Tinning boys hauling tbelr II..hlnlr .
FRANCES LITTLE.
before. feminine! the goods are : Short, All Right. v. D. Landig
boat op on the bench nt Pnnitnlra Now. there was no printing house marked with tbe asking wblcb De Tanque-Oh, I believe In a short Franklin. Elm'. Kate C Red- &rti;
price. LANDIS
they lire from day to day and take no b-th. Author of "The rick, and unknown heirs of & FISH
in Canada that could beginto Another Well
anywhere Story
Is a mere mathematical figure ot life and a merry one. Wigwag- Augustus V. Harris, anil all
thought of the morrow. A Went India turn out tbe kind of work that Mr. speech and tbe Brst question that the; Lady of tha Decoration." ITo guess you'll get the beneflt of the parties clalmlr'!a; Intereatsun t ATOHNEYS

1. negro with (SO will live for n rand Barnum required either in size color experienced shopper always asks of those who Have rcud that clever first half of your theory, all right der Franklin W. Eh!: '. Kale C. Dt COUNSEns

never do a stroke nf work. or finish. Nevertheless his immenseposters the salesman .is, "What Is last: little book "The Lady of the Decoration" Exchange. Hedrlck and Augustus F.Harris
And why not? Bin living rosts blm your otherwise,
came under the same clnsdificatlon price?" It will be welcome news that its Defendants..1 DeLand, Florida .
t : only 9 cents a day. He boa his little as much smaller UtlK/grupbH forward J .a. .. .. Will Practice In Slate
- This "ultimo preclo" is generally author, Frances Little has come To Franklin W. Ely Kale, C. Hedrlok and Feder,
cabin for the ocrnpnnry. A mango and printed colored matter did. and be about 25 per rent lens than tbe selling I with another story that also has See Fountain for the felt slippers, for and unknown heir of AUKUStus F. Harris. Courts
Yk' i tree qualities.
price with which tbe many appealing X I an
pick plantains by the rond nt will. Ube goods lire tagged. mas. __ franklin w. Ely Kale C. Hedrlok. and perfecting- land titles
would out abate one jot of It forms however a certain basis from Snow" IH the title and it Is a I Augustus F. Harris, or otherwise and .11 ,
There i h law aaalEst
Is too lazy to Imke/ rents will buy vol'I'I no gems anyone
\ tbe full toll. but would rather rejoiceat i which to start the bargaining. which umn that promises to add mu"b: to bunting for Plank's Chill Tonic. It Is'' panics claiming rn Interest In the lollow lIes B. Wrlsht. s! B. WrLhTJ
bread for tbe funnily for tbe dny. fInd L tbe opportunity to mulct tbe foreign log, described lot, leoe or parcel of land
I writer's fame.Frances .
| thereafter is curried on with all I the C I guaranteed to curs malaria. chills and BRIGHT & WRIGHT
few cents will doze .' In tbe or
a more buy a I situate lying ana being County ,
who would much
so
er convey money skill and fury that characterize such I Little ID In reality Mrs. Fannie fe ver. Price 25o per bottle. For sale Volusln. and State of Florida and more
email flab and one 'lui'nf one A slug!
out of a country.So transactions everywhere throughout Macmiley.. the former name be- at B. J. Eccles & Co., drnKl/1 ete particularly known described and die ATTOBNBYS-AT-LAW.
garment does tnr the women and 1\: I
Barnum studied tbe question Latin America. The woman customer, ing her nom de plume, and those who tlniriiUhed as follows, lo-wlti Lot "1" 01
will clothe tbe man for a VPHT. whll awhile and finally sent on at once a wish to few of have read "The Lady of the Decoration" the town of Blake *s r" r plat' of record lithe NO'fRIRS PUBLIC
may purchase a yards JfBca at
tbe pickaninnies mo as Uod made olHce of tbe Clerk of lime Circuit Court. Telegraph Office
lot of circus of the most
them. great posters silk, for example. The marked priceIs. need not be told that she Is a or said VoliiKia' County .Florida contain OH .

Tbe West Imllp. thp or, gorgeous designs whereon yellow lions say. $2 a yard and tbe "lost price" native and resident of Kentucky. The Ing four and 13-UO( acres, are hereby required AND. PURIW)

are pnradfoe and clawed striped tigers and brown Is given as $1!!>0. 'The woman will I heroine of that book who Is In fared to appear to tbe Bill of 'Jomplain
; the happy loafer. Every year tbe Islands tiled herein in Ibt above U.M.. BENNETT
against entitled
y yi bears fought with blue hippopotamuses Regulatethe you
home
look at tbe piece! she desires with tbe I Japan and at times wretchedly
are combed froiu end to end fo cause on or before tbe third day or
till flowed Into l beautiful crimson
gore same unconcerned scorn with which sick. Is always longing to return to January A. D. 1910.
bands to work thp jrrpnt sugar! pIn litO.
backgrounds. No agent appeared when she regards everything else that Is I the Blue Grass State, and even the Tbe Volusl* County Record is hereby ATTORNEY-AT.
tlons In Santo LAW
Domingo and at tbs the posters were detained by tbe Ca. shown ber. She will disparage It from mention of her native and dearly be- Bowels designated as a newspaper in which this
the neirmon mimt often be practically nodlan customs officers to pay the order shall Iw published once a week for.
., point of view and ask for
finally
i- i kidnaped to Ret I them on tbe boats. They accordingly held for every twelve consecutive weeks. Office on Srst floor of Bank
duty. were
In November of pnrb Ihe something tbat Is Dot likely to be In.tock. Witness my hand and seal of office this DELAND '. ,.
year anger FLORIDA
twelve months then duly advertised At last she! will sigh and look "I have been troubled with 8th day October, A. D. 1W)9.BKAL ) Will Practice in ,
boat" schooners
little "loops nnd that State
and [ and Federal
for sale for three months more about In despair. ] BAM'LD. JORDAN
spend the remainder of the year trnd! finally put up at auction with a lot of constipation for several years, Clerk of tbe Circuit Court. Caurts.
"Cnrambn but I'm with this
weary I LANDI3 A FISH.Solicitors "
log Santo among Domingo tbe Islands trodo.get Into TheIr the other unclaimed parcels and were des- Tain task of endeavoring, to find something / and have tried a great many for Complainant.Notice GRANT SLYAtoroey.atLaw
negro/
captains and'! .nnnprrnrgnen.. when they: I ignated In tbe" catalogue merely as that I wish In Ibis second clnss 1' kinds of pills as well as medicine -
"colored prints. establishment! The far Notary Public
pl'.s
are higher

bare them and the owners go nod from to Non-ResIdent.
up Nobody took: any interest In them than anywhere else but I try to the doctor. Nothing
down the Mnniln. lolling the .
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I necrn.atbat when tbe auctioneer called for a bid patronize thIs pliue* because the proprietors seemed to help me until I began la tbe Circuit Court at Hid Seventh Judicial Special attention given Real Eatat,
on a certain day the! vessel will and finally tbe whole batch was knocked are friends of husband., Circuit of )Florida In and for Volusia Law and
Conveyancing.
all for Santo Pomlngn anti take nil my taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and County. In Chancery.;
down for a song to a secret agent Now tbat rose silk Is not tbe shade I I
who want to go to work on the sugar Liver Pills. I found the little Cbrlatlan P. l.und 1 1vs
plantations. of the circus who bad been sent up by wish, but I might be able to use it I Notice to Office over Volusia Bank.

Take the "little Inland of Pt Martin I Mr. Barnum for that express purpose. some time It I could buy It at, a reasonable pills very effective, and I am A. T. blnmis and wife, Abblo > Non. DeLand. ,County. FlorIda
price." Slmms. and O. E. Terwll-1 Resident.Iger .
for Illustration. For a week the Islam I I thankful that at last I have a
THE CROCODILE. Tbe salesman' who has been listen- I single. } LA.8twar Elton Ely Many Ores,,,
Is combed and on tbe appointed flnv s I reliable To G. E.
Terwliigertr
Ins: with an assumed air of sympathy remedy. & BLYA1ORNEYSAT.LW
dozen sloops and schooners are crowd t t'-i&i4.\! STEWART
It r are hereby required to appear, to the
ed Into Marlgot bay. Tbe night before Terror of th. Stealth of the Cunning responds with all tbe flowery eloquence \j MRS. F. M. DUNKIN bill uf complaint tiled herein attains\ yrn hI ANDNOTARIE

: the negroes bare begun/ to stream Into Bruts'a Approach.One that be can command and wltb LeRoy, Ills. the abo e-entltlrd cause on or before Ibe PUBLIC

the little town tnnt sleeps through the of the rcasono given by old writ a constant play of rapid gestures bl.JI&bted r '$ 7th day of February. A. D. 1010.: DELAND FLORID
In hand : : Tne Volusia County Beoord is hereby
cigarette one describing Dr. Miles'Nerve
year waiting for this one day to bring ers for the crocodile being worshiped
\ designated as tbe newspaper in which tbls Practice In State and Federal Court.
little of Ore somewhat dim
a
arc
: tI It to Ut,. hoards. are laid acrom. boxes In Egypt was the somewhat cryptic and Liver Pills order shall be published once a week lor Examined end TItles Passed Upon All'
I and ram and whisky are let out to one that it "laid threescore eggs and mer than tbe diamonds be wears on eight consecutive weeks. .in our llnaoivm prompt attonttoo.lOLUSIA .

rouse tbe negroes to tbe pltcb that lived for threescore years" but fromtwenty his fingers. simply cause the bowels to move Wltnets my band and seal of oWce this COUNTY
"Senorita we place at your feet this 1st day of December, A. I>. 100U.ISEiLl ABSTRACT,,
will carry them out to the vessels I to thirty Is tbe common number establishment and all that it contains FBAKOBS! Lrrt'LB.loved i in a normal manner and without SAM'L D. JORDAN v INVESTMENT and TITLE IN8US.
bound for the plnntatlons./ of eggs found In a "clutch." In Clerk Circuit ANCE COMPANY.
: Court
Volusla e
Flit.hiy .
I'ounty.
It is your house and you may do with I country brings a Probably the griping effects of cathartics
pnng. -
All day Ibe inca stream Into the tbe reptile's easy code of ethics. however B. P. Hamlin, I). C.
town traveling barefooted along tbe Its parental responsibilities end it as you will. But tbe very last price II I If It had not been for Susie Datum and purgatives. That's why LAKDIS A FISH Titles Insured

sandy roads swept In by tbe snllors with the act of ovlposltlou for, having at which I can offer you tbls silk Is I I she would have given up. Sol'citors' for Complainant. Abstracts furnished and titles perfect

singing tbelr song of riches to be bad covered tbe eggs wIth a 10yt'1Io of 1.25 a yard. I do this with a fear of Mrs. :Macauley is a niece of that fa. they are so universally used by ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Print Sup-

for the asking.; Ahead of tbe men walk sand. It leaves tbe gnu to do tbe rest losing my position but with the hope mous writer Alice Began Rice, tbe author women and children. The Notice to Non-Resident. oiled.

their women toting heavy boxes. on ([whence doubtless Shakespeare's "your tbat the proprietors will pardon my audacity of "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage l taken Opposite Voluala County Bank.
longer they are the less In tbe Clioult Court()tbe Seventh JiKllclnl .
1 their beads while the men are dressedIn mud and the operation of your sun") when they learn tbat your bus Patch. It Is rather a remarkable fact Circuit of Florida In and fur Voltisla D'LAND FLORA

their best with a cocky straw batperched and leaves it also to the ichneumon to band Is one of their personal friends." that two members of tbe same family are needed. Natural conditions County. In Chancery.E. O. A. DAVIS

on one ear. swinging a dandy do Its worst. In some places it seems "I thank you senor" responds the should branch out as authors and write gradually being restored.Sold L. Smith 1 DR

cane and carrying their shoes In shopper. "I appreciate your consideration such witty and Interesting books. Mrs. vs. I Notice to PHYSICIAN
tbelr that water eat SURGEON
tortoises too, crocodiles' AND
but I could ) Rice by drugglats tverywhera.. If firat Franllln W. Ely, Kate C. lied. !f Noo.
i bands. At tbe ontnlclrts. of the town eggs. but the Ichneumon Is the not possibly accept baa also written "Lovey Mary" rick and unknown belr of Kealdent.
packaga doe. not benefit, your druggist ) DELAND, FLORIDA.
the silk as a gift. Nevertheless and other stories and ber
In
they: put on their shoes and swing real desolator of crocodile homes success will return your money. Augustus F. Harris. J Office at residence. Indiana avenue,
; r gayly to the air bars the I would be willing under tbe circumstances the literary world Induced Mrs. Ma- To Franklin.
up open on scratching up the uesta and eating or MILES MEDICAL Ely and Kate C. Hedrlok i Court House.
beach.. breaking the entire "sitting" at a meal.' so that you might make a I cauley to try her band at authorship. CO., Elkhart, 'In*. You are hereby required to appear to the
reasonable profit, to give CO centsa The bill of complaint tiled herein against In Office Hours: 9 to 12.3 to.. SdI8(
Tbe women lug the big boxes downto Crocodiles' eggs however are absurdly you accompanying photo of Mrs. Ma. he above-entitled you

I the beach and wall nt being left I small a mother twenty feet long yard for two yards." cauley is the first one she has bad lIb day of February cause A. D.on 1H10.or before the [)B. W. S. TAYLOR

alone until they. '00. becowe filled being content with an egg no larger At this tbe salesman drops on the taken In many years and It was only O. B. WEBSTER The Voluala County Record Is hereby desguated .

with tbe excitement of tbe scene and than that of a goose, and tbe newly floor the stub of the cigarette be has I recently tbat she finally consented to CONTRACTOR a. tbe newspaper in which Ibis SURGEON-DENTIST

urge their men folks on. Tbe men latched young. hardly more formidable been smoking. This leases both bands give ber readers a chance to sea the and BUILDER elpot order oonseoutlve shall be published. onoe a week for

bang back and laugh and drink and than a common newt are preyed free and If be is a master of tbe sell- author of "The Lady of the Decora. My Specialty la my hand weeks.SVitaee and seal of office this Office in Fl8her's New Brick Block

deny that tbey are going. upon by birds. which a little later the Ing art as known In that country tears tion." ARTISTIC CONCRETE let day of December A. I> 100(1. {Second FloorJ 1
come to his and be wrings his BUILDINGSAND [ISBALl SAM'L .
"li you goln' Big Tawmr* rapidly growing crocodile would like eyes: D. JORDAN
hands apparently in tbe depths of No Economy Th.r.. STONE Clerk Uroult; Court Volusia county Fla DeLand Florida
4 "Naw. Ab aln' goln' Ab jus' come nothing better than to get within its SIDEWALKS -
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By M. P. 1>.
Hamllu C.
% tub despair and chagrin. The Mexicans Bronx-In Russia they never say
t see. reach as well as doubtless by many LNDIS&FISU! ,
L : -T .. to dearly love acting and dissimulation I "What's In H name?" Lenox-Why bollclturs! fur A. S. MUNSON.
yo goln'. Big Tawm. Git In other things including old crocodiles : Complainant. 0R.[)
dat boat." hemselves.: of all sorts and tbls byplay of tbe not? From-It's taken for grantedthat Notice of Final Discharge.

"Come on beab, boy. Ta. bar The real horror of the members of clerk Is but a part of the price of tbe II'H the whole alphabet.-LJpplnrnif Notice Is nereo)' given that be under, Notice to Non-Resident. PHYSICIAN.

And all the time the rowboats load the crocodile tribe lies id tbelr usual goods. After frenzied ejaculations be II"npd( l ailmlnl.tr a tor of lbs eitnto of Maioolm HOMEOPATlC
f ; ed to the puts tbe price down to $1 a ;yard, sayIng B. Morrlaou,cleoensed, will, on the 1st In tbe Circuit Court for the Seventh Judi ,.
gunwales
are plying back
nolselessness. swim with cial South of Fisher ,
'I'bey great day of January, A. D 1910, file his cumuli of Florida In and for Volu. Office Second Door I
YI. and forth between the shore and the tbat that figure Is tbe "last of the final I ala Couat,. In .
silence. making !scarcely even a rippleon a reomintawlib' tbs count Jiidxu IIr Volusia Cbancery. Drug Store.

sloop. By sundown the beach is swept the water." says U. du Uhulllu. and last prices." The lady has been gaz I KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL county, Florida, bud auk that the same be James A. Mitchell ) OFFtC HOUR 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to I.I.

'Th."_ clean and six little sloops and a schooner the terror of tbe stealth of their ap- log about Indifferently; and gathers op JJPJjoved and that he discharged as suob vs. V Notice to 7 to 8 p. m. .

L LF make sail and drift out of the harbor I n-oucU is well conveyed in Rudyard her po<;.t'tbook and other Impedimenta This July 8., 11)08.) To Hattle Mitchell J Non-Eesldent. DeLand Florida._ "1
Hattie
she rises to As after Mitchell:
as depart. an
on
a dying breeze loaded down
ilpllog's "Ripple Song: Health D. F. MORRISON
with a thousand black and thought and with condescension that U Worth Sating, and Some You are hereby required to appear to the M. I -
men Administrator BAERECKE
women "Walt. ah. walt the ripple aalth. bill VIDA Z. ,
who will woke In tbe morning "Maiden wait for 1 am Death!" amounts almost to pity she remarks: leLand People Know How to I Ibe of above-entitled complaint tiled herein against you In M a. 10I
with "Slst cents-no more. It Is last Save It. Notice of Final cause.on tbe 3d day of "
a raging tblrst Then woe be to -London Times."The ) my Discharge January A. 1) 1910. '

the captain who baa not filled his water word. Adios, senor." .Many Pel and (orple, ? take their lives In Notice Is hereby given that The Voluala County Record I. hereby PHYSII.N and SURGEON /
casks for there .Is "One little moment. senorlta. Do their hamlb l hy nejjuc'ling!, the kldnrya( wben I s'ancd/ administratrix of tbe the under designated .. the newspaper In which this '
to be
sure at Fault of the Dutch. they know the.e organs, need Sick estate of Vk m. order ahull be '
4 least one body to be to not depart In anger. Rather than let kldneva help. 1\1 iller dececeed will, on tbe f published once a week for Office on East New York AvennsDaLAND.
given tbe sharks It was to Sir Charles Bagot. minister are rvapin-lblo for n rant amountof May. A. I). 1910, amounts four ((4)) consecutive weeks .
after tbe flgbt around tbe buftaWhen at The Hague, that Canning in the you go thus you may have tbe silk at Buflcrlnir and ill bealtb but there la no tetber with vouohem present, to her final Witness my band and .seal. of office this FLORIDA.DR
tbe BO cents a yard and 1 will make upthe need to atiflar nor to remain In danger wben nfVoluHa thaoonnJyJudBe 1st day of December A D 1900.
Teasels Iir
drop anchor off
Florida
course of a tariff dispute with Falk. all dlzea.es nnd scbes and l pains due county and sea ft( that
to [IIIULj]
SAMUEL
Bdacoris the plantation foremen come be Dutch premier addressed his famous difference from my own pocket. weak kldnnvaoxn be chuckle and the accounts be approved' and tbat she be D. JORDAN
perman. Clerk Circuit
off and look Tbe lady hesitates turns back as If epilr cured by the Donn'a discharged a8 such admlnlnratrlx Court.
the of
over and use
cargoes Kidney
: pay dispatch In verse. which as we EDITH Dy a. P. aaDlllu, D. O. JOHN REEVE
the shipmasters S2.BO each for passage have seen It wrongly quoted on several Indifferent, yet undecided. Then she mendation Pills Here is a DeLand clelzen's recom AdlDlnlltratrlx S. MILLER or the Estat, U. M. BKNHKTT: ) .
:
money for tbe Then tbe again starts toward the door speaking or William Miller Solicitor: for omplaln.ot.Notice ,
negroes.
occasions we venture to append: Mr. Coolt Hndgkln, Honry Ave., De- teoea.ed
blacks are berded ashore and are credIted tbe phrase of pious farewell wblcb Is Land, .,..., : "I DeLsnd tie.. Nov lie. lout.
In matters of commerce the fault of the says am very email to ac of Application tor Tax Deed Und" FLA. nJ
with 80 cents a day for a month Dutch tbe Spanish equivalent of a final good knowledge the (treat benefit I derived from Section 8 of. DELAND, nI

- for working from sunrise to sunset In ts giving too little and asking too much. toy. t tba use nl Doan's Kldnev Fills. My kid. Notice to Creditors. of Florida. Chapter 4888. Laws I

the cane ftel"" By tbat time the (2.60 With content equal advantate the French art "May you go with God. senor." neys ecreilons did not from do Ibelr these work organs.properly were.and scanty tbe Not ee In hereby given that the Notice '18 hereby (given that JL- True ,,

passage Is She almost has reached the portal I amid unnatural.' My back signed has been under. purchaser or tllll: : certIficate No
money paid back. Then 10 w 'll clap on Dutch bottoms at twenty ached constantly appointed by the Hon. J.I elated th.. 2d 437.
they receive tbelr SO cents a day In per cent. ,when tbe salesman catches *p with and I suffered, Intensely I stooped lift.nl. I lee & Judge of tbe County JuilitfJ tiled said certlnuate day of June A. D. IBM has .

cash for tbe next six months until Twenty. per cent ber. Be has bad time to light another I felt miserable end some day. was Court of Vofu.la oomity Florida, adnlnl I. made application. for la rav office and has V. H. VOORHIS,
Twenty. per cent. hardly! shin to get around.. I Hn llv learned trator of the estate of Edwin F. Barmier tax deed to Inane In I..
the cutting and grinding season is cigarette to fortify; himself for tbe of Doan's Kldnry Pills deceased ofsalil let e, s.oordanuB, with law. Maid oer'laoate
Nous rapperona Falk with twraty percent unil( procured a sup. county and all I creAl'tn. em. I',
over. when the sloops show up again final struggle and waving this in one pi,. It required but tbe contents nf two i legateee, distributee., Ind all other person I' .tcIAted braces. 'Ihe' luwl"K described property Dentist, I I

and take them to their homes for $2.BO -"Links With tbe Past" hand be begs her almost on bended! boxes to relieve the backache and I have having claims or demands against sal N ohw III yj"1. ? uouuly Florida' .w"' .

paid iu advance. .neell. to return and take tbe silk at no not,.bad are*111'0 pain l normal In my loins in fact.since I have Mv been kid same state,duly are hereby authenticated. required, to present the 80 e.I/ "ores.( of I), or 101 tI, leo tp 13 I, r P. O. Block, DeLand, Fla. .

The foramen collect from tbe plantation A Rid Consolation. 80 cents a yard. She looks languidly entirely relieved of kidney trouble signed within tbs time pre.crll.ed to .the by undsi law The said 'land beilla assessed at tbe date Honrs: 8.80 to and 1 8 t i -

owners OS cent a day eacb for Little Molly fntber can't quite see upon blm. She has concluded that UU! Fonda by all dealers Price 80/ cents or the same will\ be forever barred. of mime the or issuance of suoh certificate' in tbe 1 '
for cents would be about the right price Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y., sole GEO.: F. BARNEY Little Urns. Unless said cer- -I ,
the black wbere
pay bands but with their Molly got her Information. One .s.nh5( for the United Stales., tlllolite" .ball be redoeraeed _
according to
bare of tbe money the negroes can lay when her unmarried aunt was ..111I and probably tbe best she can do. Yet Remember the name-Doan's-snd tske Administrator, law. tall deed l will Issue therein on,the W. C. CANNONS' .e I

Hve for a ;year and a half before they ting at tbelr bouse Molly became Impressed she returns undaunted and In tbe soft: no other Dated thIs Sept 2d, IflOO1'0'0Notice.? *"*'. 2 tb day of December. A. D. WOO. ."'

bare to think of doing another days I with ber aunt's solitary state est of voices breathes tbe Spanish his Wllnu"the .rV day oMol of ,,,l Unsture. and seal Feed and Sale Stables 11

II' work. And they do It. sear after "Haven't you any husband Aunt Mol. words which are tbe equivalent In that (aitaLi] November."**\'*. D. JORDAN A. I D. lijOU, LlvrYI, .-.

year the trade is plied. and the .Islands yr she asked. Aunt Molly's pretended tongue for 70 cents. After ten minutes Notice I. hereby Clerk of the Circuit Court Fashionable Turnouts J

an combed for men for the plantation grief over tbe fact tbat she washusbundlewi more of firmness on the shopper's County CommlMloner.given tbat the Board or of VolusU County Florida i
n''I Voluela ('ouaul By R p. } ; Bus meets all trains at A C. J '
IamIIn
: *, and after real part and every aspect of poignant Florida. will r D. C.
year year tbe negroes was so to Moll} that at their meeting on the Hacks meet morning and "lo'00?Dr It
return bom to eighteen months of lazy she undertook the task of consolation. grief by tbe salesman two yards of day 01( January, lyio tT:30: ocloek n. m.3d Notice of Application for Tax Deed O. By trains at Orange City 8. -

Joy.-Nw York Tribune. "Never mtLd, dear Aunt Molly bus- silk finally change hands at 75 coats' oounty entertliin convicts sealed blue for the hire of ..II Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888 rains at DeLand Junction. BiTwrorJ'( ,
ands> scold.1*-Delineator. The same furious bargaining lath months or over wbOle sentence I. tlve Laws at .Florida. both routes flacks meet boats at -

Groundhog.Teacher rule In the grocery stores and in tbe e ver. all female(esuepting oonvlol8:tberefiom al.o. all bo._ .. "niJh? lier muiven tbat G. D. HudU Gentle horse and caretul driven. ,.. "
insi uiclioeLsadFDR.
sidewalk markets.-New York Press. C oon\'lu'' amok and dl.ea..d to 11. I"lrh".er! oi".f 'tax c, | I 3. aCPu.
fnO"
was telling her class little His N.Ighbor."We t such so ci C \\ e No. POI
ent edll .
as not to l
be able >
to ; ,. .,_ !. day nf June A. D. : .
.tories In natural history and she askatf ant, told. Tommy" said the Sun- l laborl; also, all conviocts under perform the manual .... ."u ,.,II cernmuuse In amy 19m I IiI[

t I If any one could tell ber. what.a lay school teacher, "that we should HI* .Tast. 16.ar.) Said lu.... to keep and age work of be Ilde "pllcaUon fr tea olloed. LOVI

groundhog was. yp went a Mttle band. love our neighbor. Now who Is your "Why does Julia feel tbat she must U eal4 lation,::1- under Ibpllta'' rules... a reg. II GoOldance..r. ihe Will iav tnl.1. cerltlcat .. S.. R.
(U. ," .
"
f[ waving frantically. neighbor Tommy"But bare a long coat at once? Chairman Hoard W. FiSBg .h"aIP,1 Ii, Voiiiia. 0"." deerlb OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN

,;. I, ,_'Well.. Carl yon may ell as what a Tommy Tucker merely blu.bed.hung "Ber husband has bought herdre'se.Uarper's a Attest, 8. I). JoirDuc t.iek.Co Commnre. 'l.t 14, blk 8. Beldon'e univ.Malr-we Florida. Ormond., to..ltl AVKBKiK SCHOOL OF OHM*'"
t 1
groundhog Is." "" bill bend and said nothing. Ha : Bazar. of I.e acid .. ci the date t..t. KlrkiTllle, M
the .
.:Ple... ma'am Ifs ..aull8.II.zbod7"1t .> : didn't want to tell the little ri'i Notice ot Application for Tax Deed nAme jmtt. lu the 60 New York Are. opposite C.I".1

") Magailue.Navigator name.-Chicago Tribune. Simple diet la best for many dishes Under Section It.at Chapter 4888. rertiiipflle shall redeeme4 unless said Office Hours 10 to 12 a. 2 to
Laws ;
.
I I b
.Florida. I according to
I.
bring! many dlae.-Pllo' w. t.. deed .Tel. 2.
Issue
!Moth! ,. la 2eth wil tbaeo on tue m.. or by appointment
hereby "IYeo'Lb. day or <
.
.. i Inoou, purchaser 01 tax Alber' Dlok. Wit,.,.. lecen.br. A. ltOo. _________. _
** Ode Lin*. They Do Their ...*. H. Wasn't Glad. "Sb.can look outbut yoo can't loch la 167. dated the 11111 day of Jooe.certliicaut.\. 'No. thie time 2tb of .lln.lur and seal -;
\. '.Tb International dat line Is an Ir. baa flied .said eertleate D. 18If7. [ d.J oYmbr. D. l Gould""Ask
Milton complained of nisi wife that Steve Long I" Doted for attending tu TMAOC 3iHfort "*"' b.. made appllo.lloa l 10 my omoe and U4)) JORDAN, See
ngalarJoe\ drawn arbitrarily oa the she did not talk to for tsz deed Clerkofib. ,.
him 10
Threehundred le.uo
enough. i In
bIll own business and saying/; reryittltfabout | accordsnoe. tb J...., Said "olu.la CIII Cr .
,, map of the Pacific ocean near the one yean have wrought a change. It. On. morning,nn Iqnlsltlre mism* tmbrace. the follnwlalr d""rlbtod oentUcale ,

-jo 'taodred and eightieth meridian of ton.I When Matthew Arnold visited this. neighbor met blot returning, front tha PORCH SHADES IlIu.ted 10 Voln. county, tlorld property. towH NotkTe 'of Chapmanbut
I iC- .......marking tb* place wber nav- with 8lao... of : Final Discharge.
country a woman .more seal than :woods with his] gun over his bouldei 110z: ohU 10'1,._ I, twpld
r Notice -
!
/Igacor* cbang their din on the tranapswtte discretion asked hint: < SO.Tb. I. hereby given -- but -
: that
six
.u "Hello. Steve! Where her ye been .eld land 'rom d. moflib.
;f ? voyage. ::.TJii: is ebaDp'o.beOIo&.. oesv "Mr.' Arnold will 700 tell me.what a-snootin'r, \ We ate DeLaDd of the I..uance being of sssesled attbe dale O. iflia." tacit, OD the ht day ofJ'mae. A. .r
eXCIUIIIY.ageu" at such
!. of III most novel baverac.aYeclln :O"DI" f.1ll1ollte! 10 the fine 1"1 p.ot tins .oeoual.. to BUSINESS '
i -" the Impression you ." : ofkt1ils.a! Ur.. .1 .1
"p" 'or1' thes ;'Porch Shades Just the .lIutlllo.ift .ball Ual.... .ald 1'1.11 L.Mo..n.clllt' Judge'of I
thing be Vn
fo *"ry Ifttwn degree oftward. the United States r redee"ed, .
"What been a-shootln'r t his attic.
ye according 10 ( In the
1... 8y;traveling cast "Certainly madam." he replied' with "Dog. ,. j'I for.y'our.verandas Curing' tbe bot:sum" iII,1I sw. day ts or deed Dpembr Will: I.sue A D.thereon oa the, tralrhl(flirt 1010.la. .O.nd.1 pi... I. 'dmlnle. -- with "u.

.
.. will b* gained. westward perfect English 111I8 1'Ity. "The women -!.r dog My; Was be wadi" I I mer1 'sun i i Call at our store and WItness .1' and a.k that lbs .ame be Juilly,d.H.

/, _''," )II.).. be_ ., IoIIt.-New u. .... .York AOMrf."V .. do. .an UM' 't.a1klD.-Youtl1." Conipan.s. >.I.. "Waal be djdn't look so danged well.. I amloe.' I Ie t Ih".[the ssai4 a6th da T'ii.SSSair1, duichaige nw., be MAli.granted CAR1tISm.. such C :eduiiislsirt1.I DeLand Realty ft.C ,

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I oleased.-Everybody's .. .. 0 IiIitEof '
,'-" : J. P. AUrEN A CO. aa5SS& formerly CARRIE: 0 JOU1A.dm" "
t c,1 /:''''r------- ----., -- VoIlllla : LY l. .
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,i "Queen of Sea routes"MERCHANTS XSXSX3 SXSX30 [ I SUPERB PRODUCTION America's Truck Garden.

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I. A. fTlrsolt 'I People sometimes- ask;.> '...hT it Is +
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; ''''''''''-- BUITt"e" claimed that a crop of lettuce for Instance

oJ & MINERS TRANSPTN' Q J. A. ERICKSON & CO. | I OF JOAN OF ARC.. such, should fabulous bring prices the grower'comparison in Florida "


,d l STEAMSHIP I Wr-** ***'*********w"**nryarcnunln..t.aeare.nn.+ with a crop of lettuce on rich soil ,in

LINES We Wish to I one of the northern states. If these people

Call would just consider' for' a moment

JACKSONVILLE to . they would understand. It is for the
Your Attention to Our Line of One of the Best Musical Treats Ever En- same season that strawberries which

SAVANNAH BALTIMORE are now ripening in Florida are bringing .

and PHILADELPHIA 8 Knabe Fisher Matheushek joyed by DeLand People.i the grower forty cents a qnart.It .
BALTIMORE and | is because Florida crops corns into

NORFOLK to. j market at a time of year when no other
i I
BOSTON i j and other popular makes of Pianos state In tbe Union can produce those
and PROVIDENCE
particular.crope". If Florida strawberries
fine historical cantata was up to a thrilling climax.

r. PHILADELPHIA to BOSTON j Now on display in given in brilliant fashion last Friday The singers showed no fatigue on the' did not ripen before April or

Our I' evening in the university auditorium. last cborns, for they worked op to the May, they would not bring any greater'
Moat economlclLl and y Ware-rooms prices than those grown In Georgia, the.
beat
way to reach Eastern and Northern points. A splnndid audience was piesent, the end with surety and tremendous power
11 Tbrongh tickets 011 sale to prIncipal polDtl. Accommodationn Professor conducted the Carolinas or Virginia. It i la this fact
and CoiiBine j j They represent true value for andltorlnm being filled and many np in Phillips performance
your
nDsnrpiiBsed. For money.
further informal. address that makes fruit growing and knock
and handled his singers the
We the gallery with our town people and ,
J. F. WARD sell them on EASY If raising in Florida 'so profitable.
.S TRAVELING PA..INOI AOIMT, payments desired. many from other points. orchestra and all with ease and skill

T, B. WOOLSEY, *, 208 W. BAr ST' j JACKSONVILLE FLA. -..--...un_.______u_______._____________________.._... ___._.._...__.. < The platform presented a fine appear. Be conducted the accompaniments When a man considers that' tomatoes
H. C. AVERY, AUNT, lettuce peas and 8Qch"cr"pl' are marketed
the and
singers, them sympathetic
ance with sixty singers, a well balenced gave
3- ------ NEW HOME In Florida at a time of the
SEWING MACHINES and DeLand la year
-- orchestra, the concert piano and the aura support. fortunate I
tnest tbelliaorib';; when the ground frozen bard in the
The World's Best. IV whole. The soloists all did well, Mr. Wllms- northern part of the country he will

al _.....hh.______u____..______.___u u____n____.._______.__.___?____... { No outside talent was brought in to hurst was at his best, and never appeared understand why a truck grower In Florida -
-- -- sing or play this mnatit the work was to better advantage. He had can make so"much more off of ten
n EDISON { PHONOGRAPHS ; acres in Florida than can be made off a
} VICTOR difficult music
done entirely by students and some of some to sing, yet no sign

i- Favorite h___--hn.u.n_..._...____u_......_n .__....._....__.____n._.n_ .. the townspeople. Tbe Record representative of strain was visible. His voice is hundred acres in the north where the
II ; Largest Stock of marveled therefore, at the naturally placed high and was well standard crops all come into the market
about the same time.
thoroughness with which the luuslo was adapted to Gaul's music. Mr. Arthur

y FertilizersManufactured prepared and rendered; not n single I Milain was suffering from a cold yet be Florida is pre-eminently the fruit

HARNESSIn weak spot or break was discernable any. acquitted himself in fine shape. Be and vegetable garden of America, and
.10 I the man who buys a ten-sore tract of
the County. where The chorus sang with animation was particularly good! in the duet, "Full
Flows the River The Record la free land in Florida can cultivate the entireten
an? purity of tone; tbe phasing I
JA.Ig. by to that Miss Lena acres himself and not have to hire a
was particularly good; lino dynamic I say CunkllnR never
number of farm hands, be would to
as
as well before she did in the
effects were obtained, and splendid sustaining sang aa
-- - -- -. -. power was always In evidence. role of Joan of Arc. She: seemed to be cultivate a farm of a hundred acres or
in the north.
INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY THE MARSH MARKET 0 0 Tbe first chornn, "Hall to tbe Beautl- inspired: and entered into her music more These facts are being impressed upon

fnl Morning of May," was sung with thoroughly, and with rare appeal. Her tbe people of the whole country todayIn

We handle the best meats to be had, both Florida ann great freedom and happy style.In tones were beautiful her phasing artistic a most convincing manner and the

Jacksonville, Fla. Western. We can supply you with the choicest cuts of great contrast was the chorus, "Our and her interpretation a revelationand result is that not only hundreds, bat
beyond any criticism we might
in Time of Sorrow Has Began which thousands, of people are baying. land In
anything line.
'al our Courteous attention
----- and prompt was with appealing tone. offer. Her singing was noble, yet simple .
sung
will be
Florida and soon coming here to
delivery. Give us your next order. and dignified. "The Memories of .
Dealers in all kinds of The men's voices in the "Patriotic settle.It .

MARSH BROTHERS DeLand Song" showed up finely and again in Home was spoken of by many aa the Is confidently predicted by those ina

Fertilizing Materials, Agricultural Chemicals and InsecticidesEventuallv the weird 'Its the Witch," which most appealing song they ever heard. position to know that the population

lie they sang at a rapid tempo, and with The orchestra under the able leader. of Florida will be doubled Inside of five
-- -
years Think of what tbat means In
befitting color. I ship of Mrs. Rosa did excellent work,
te, I the way of development of this state
-_' TAX STATEMENT FOR 1909. Some strong effects were obtained in' She rehearsed her players almost daily Ac the present time there are less than

I the chorus, "A Shepperd Maid Has as the music difficult and the result one million people in the entire state of

D. P. SMITH, Collector. Passed." This Is a stirring chorua and.1 I was that the performance of the orchestra Florida. There ia ample room for ten
I. million people In this state and there lean
Ida was sung with magnificent power. both for chorus and soloists was per i abundance of good land for all to
The real climax was reached In the fect. In tbe instrumental numbers the make living on.
., DR. D P. SMITH CR.
worl combined choruses, "The Maid, She is orchestra surprised the audience with The rapid growth of Florida's cities

Nov.1-Tax 1909 $04.382 64 I I Des.. fir 1909-Ely.. .. cash.. 15,06637 Come at Last" and "On to the BattleOn. the beauty of tone, splendid power and shows however, that tbe people coming
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Florida all
to are not by means
YOU 2600 ." any
WILL USE The latter chorus especially is expression obtained.
settling on farms or engaging in agricultural
General Revenue Fund. wonderfnlly constructed. It baa a per. The piano accompaniments were pursuits. The cities are growIng

IDA! Nov. I-Tax 1909 (17.160 48 I mo.100Il-B1'cash 197849 slstent steadiness, a swing and power played by Mrs. C. S. Farrlss. which : In population and wealth at a rate

IKtrf General School Fund. that stirs the soul. It was well accentedby means they were perfection. While she that has seldom been equaled anywhereIn

bull. Nov.I-Tax 1909 the chorus and at in the back ground most of the the country, and land values are Increasing
"0,941 12 I Duo.6.1909-By cub ".066 91 was song a splendid stays at corresponding: ratio. A man

cr ARMOURFERTILIZERS Road and Bridge Fund. and stirring tempo.In time, she Is doing splendid work in Stet who wishes to come to Florida should

Nov.1-Tax 1909 great contrast to this was the ever son's music school. She Is a well known not delay in buying a piece of Florida
[JR. 34.820 1161 I
Dee.8.1909-By ash 91
11.968 beautiful "Ave Marls" which opens and able teacher, and is much belovedby land. This land is cheap today but will
Pine and Forfeiture Fund. never again be to cheap. Now la the
with a four part chorus for men, followed pupils.
Nov. 1-Tax 191)9 M best time to invest in Florida land.-
2.860 081 I Dee.
6.1909-By cuh 1163 09 by an exquisite part for: mixed, The great organ; was played by Mrs. Tampa Times.

ect Polls. voices, which employed the whole George B. Selden. She knows tbe or .

iup- Nov.1-'Tax 1909 $736 00 I Dee.6. 1909 - 12800 chorus. The chorus was seated in singIng -, gan thoroughly and is a fine musician. In the growth of Florida, Putnam

this, and the effect was beautiful. : She played accompaniments superbly county is making an admirable showing.

(IDA SAM'L D. JORDAN Clerk. The tone was pure and sincere. The' obtaining effects and combinationsthat Among the instancing prominent her growth things enumerated Is a

chorus evidently liked this number well were at once pleasing and artistic trafflo bridge across the St. Johns riverat

-- for they sung it fervently. This number and entirely new to DeLand audiences. Palatka to cost -15,000; a system of

waa followed by the splendid and Mr. Bnahnell and son Rossle aa well as lard roads to cost $100,000; a courthouse

THE McCORMICK LUMBER COMPANY stately chorus, "She Comes Mr. Ackrovd gave their time and talentin I Dunn's to Creek cost, $35 to cost.000;110,000 a bridge; investing across

''DUI, Why Not Now ? 11( One ot the moat effective yet dfHcnlt assisting the orchestra. (100,000( in physical! improvements; has

choruses of the evening was, "She la On Sunday next at 4 p, m. the same the largest pecan grove in Florida. ; has
tot is now prepared to deliver rough or dressed lumber in Lost." The chorus obtained fine contrasts chorus will sing the biggest and best ample artesian water supply; will ship

any quantity. Kiln-Dried Furnishing Stuff, Oypress in this; the ohanaes of speed were choruses from Handel's' Messiah. Miss 430.000 and baa boxes inexhaustible of cltrns deposits fruits this of season kaolin

.-_... -- Shingles, Lath, Moulding, Turned Work-almost any- 'I deftly handled, and the "Shame on the Conkling will sing the soprano solos Oonla Banner

thing in the line of building material. Caitiffs, Who Fled Through the Gate," and Mr. Wilmahnrat will contributetwo
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY in tenor solos. Christen
Fine cut from timber which has not been turpen was given dramatic style, working Present.

lockN. ( --- -- ----- -- When make a present of a period.
tined. you
LOCAL .
TIME CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept. 1 I. 1909 Man and His Mission. 'Gator Captured by Chauffeur.As ical to a friend or a family you are
Special orders out and delivered .
run promptly. I really selecting a companion to influence
J N0. 80 I No: :IV MAIN LINE No. 7S No. 82DAILY7DAILY Man has wonderful work to per. Mr. F. B. Dale. Mrs. Dale Mrs. them for good or ill during .a
DAILY DAILY McCormick Lumber Co Phone MJ. whole If tbe acquaintances
form. Hie mission will not be completeuntil Tlrlell and Miss Rogers, of Boston, year.
4m 80.m ... your sons and daughters were to talk to
pm aD 100" e. r pm am
he all the forces of
622 pm 06 pm 7 a ama27 .. conquers na were returning from Daytona yesterday, hem; aloud as some periodicals talk to
pm: : :: :: ti:: ; Italalk..Lv::: :: :. : 08 pm: 608 am tare-until he makes her lay bare all driven by Cnauffear Walter Commlnga, hem: silently bow quickly .you wonld
NOI I 11"2 L..Ormood..L. 28 128
N $$4 pm I'm 1.. pm pm Lv....Daytooa ....L. a S 14 pm pm 4 1& am am Pullm.o Bullet Parlor oar. her secrets. they encountered, between DeLand and forbid the companionship! In the one
826 pm: : :a::: Lv..New Sm7rna..Lv f 40 pm: 110 am: aperad. 00 IrelOa 2V end 78 b.I If man had been content to he pronein moccasin case as in the other the best course Iso
I IIOO pm Lv..Tltuatills..Lv:: :: 46 pm t 27 cm .oJ.cl..ODt'III..nd Miami Daytona a huge cotton-moutb ; supplant the injurious with something -
brr'J Iu IS pm 4 18 pm L..OO.oa .....Lv 1218 pm 1.. am the lap of nature he would always (atrofncns) which Mr. Cninmlnirs killed., ; equally attractive and at the same

J ito! :1u47 II20 pm pm: : 67 23 pm pm: t::..:.Rau k OaU..L::: :. 12 2 42 30 pm pun: 1 112 N ::: 1'011"0 tlnffet else p er b. have been a stranger to the greater The reptile measured five feet and was tIme "worth while." A food can be
1180 pm 607 pm Lv..M.lbonrn..LT 12 02 pm IOS am \.0 New York and Knlcht beauties of creation. wholesome and utterly distasteful.
129 am 7 06 pm L.. Ft. Pierce ...L.. 10 211 am 142! pm Eey over the'lIaolio Coa" Lln.H8 J. F. ALLEN FURNITURE CO. very large for its length. A little made too. theYouth's
L..W. Man fitted the eye with lenses and it Reading can be so. But
am 811 pm Palm Baoa.LV. S04 am 840 pm north ot Jaekaonvllle I. han.IP farther on Mr. Cummings espied an alit
180 am 11 ao pm 'r......Mlaml. ...L. 680 am 800 pm 00 taint t5 and U not only secured sight for tbe aged but Companion not only nourishesthe
JOO am ......... L....... Mlaml..Ar .. gator, crossing from one lake to another mind, but delights it, just like that
U. D n20 am am .....,........ L.Lv.......Bom..te&4..L.Long v..Lv.. ..... Phone 62 DeLand, Fla. it enables him to explore the beauty and determined to catch him alive, se Ideal human associate whom you would

1180 "m ....,." Ar ,Relights iCet. Lt ...m and grandeur of the heavenly bodies curing a rope and some straps he started choose. The Youth's Companion fills
%' U0 I'm.... .".. Ar.. e1 .. ... .. .. and compute the distance to the remotest that: place now in more than half .a
r 1810 am .......... Ar..... Ravan..Lv .. We after the saurian and for some time the million homes. Can yon not think of
stars and has enabled him to
are carrying an extremely pretty ,
battle raged, the 'gator objecting aeri another family in which it is not now
Ondaya, .
Tnsaday.and Th.reday., arrl..I al Key Wool.P11edg8
Se'' keep track of every celestial body as it lassoed and Mr. Cummings known where it wonld be joyfully welcomed
onsly to being
.Tbunela",and Satndga.d. 'tur..from Hey W..t line of Furniture for your home this season pursues its travels through space.In .
:Mooda" .... ,.. determined to him with t
,We4o.04a, a04 "rlela, .a..I. &Dd departu a Ua..oa. made capture
rocks bas
studying tbe man If the $1.75 for 1910 volume is sent
and show these
want to
we you out injury if possible. At last after
- PALATKA BRANCH the earth divulge her age, and recount now the new suaoriber will be entitled
consuming something like an hour he to all the remaining issues of 1601); also)
See variety of CAR- the history of species long since extinct.
Lea. goods. our great
Ear TO KASTfrl"Ka"IFWtka
EAST PALATKA TO Arrive II Leave PAL"'TKA was securely tied and strapped to the The Companion's "Venetian" calendarfor
.. connected the ends of the
PALATKA P.I.U Palaili. PALATICA Palal' Having
RUGS ART SQUARES SECTIONAL step of the car, where he rested when 1910 lithographed in thirteen colors
PETS, earth together with wires, he Is now and gold. The Youth's Companion
116.m .......No. 100 D.II'......., 86 .m 640.m .......No. 101 ......... m aml the the machine drew into Orlando last companion building, Boston. Mass.
18 am ....._...No. 102 Daily...._. 80 am SOO.m ...?,..No. 10J Dp.'I'........ 820.0 BOOKCASES, DESKS etc. sending his messages across seas on night All along the road and .
880 am ..._.No. 104 Dally....._. 60 am 11 28 am ?......N0. 108 ...... IH: ': the wings of the winds. especially New subscriptions received at this office
1108 pm ..._..No. 100 D.11y... pm 262 pm ?..._..Nos lot Pp.II'...._. ap'. In this wonderful accomplishment ( at DeLand great crowds gatheredto and you can get both the Companion
I 110 pm ...?._.No. 108 Vall'...,...I pm 486 pm ...?...N0. Ig.II")\ ...... 116 pme : and the Record for 1910 for .23,
view the Tbe
1 : pm pm: ::::::::.No.?4o. m Dally.Dally.:: :,::,::,: : :: pm pm 816 710 pm pm: :.:::.:.::No.N0.: m pMJ:::::: 20 pm pm Leading Furniture House of Volusia County what. has been our country's oontrlbotion. measured five and captive.one-haif feet alligator and ia clubbing rate.

It was an American who Invented the quite a formidable looking annlmal
SAN MATEO BRANCH
steamship. ally capable of crushing a man's leg or
I I.I.. E. EAST PALATKA TO Arrive S&oL..S.o SAN JlATEO TO EAST AFOINlge.tisluka .
I An American Invented the telegraph.An arm if crowded too closely. The alligator
SAN lIU111:0: Mate MotlO PALATEA P.lalh I7
J American Invented the teleplone.An bad hardly been disposed of and QI

.'!O.m ...._...840. t09 DILII'.._ 860 am 800.m ..........N0. fol Dell,...?,... 0 20 am American invented the electric the party well on Its way before two
420 pm ....M..No. IOJ Daly,.. 840pm 846 pm ......N0.125 Dally....-. 406pm TKLICKERBROS I light. skunks were run into. Needless to say

11 o. 66 o. No 01 No 80 An American Invented the reaper, Mr. Cummings' ability as an animal
Dull 80o: ay Dail, "A non BRANCH Di11j BUo1ar Daily which makes it possible to feed the tamer was not called Into play. The
-
.,,10 I'll 2 00 I'll 0 48... L.___......... ..___... 7 m W 1 m w 6 p re j Merchant Tailors billion or more people on this planet. trip was a very enjoyable one for the
.110 I'll 240 I'll 10 1.5... A.___...... _'.___L', / 40 w 1210 r8 160 a It was an American too, who In. whole party, Miss Rogers, being on her
887 t8 217 et 10 n... A.___..u....N ......___L.. 142 w 1218 w 1 N r8 vented the sewing machine.
ible 110 ta r OD al 10 46 68 ..__.,..._....,....._...,,.,,...L.. a 80 w 12 0p's 130 884U.II. first visit to Florida greatly enjoyed the
South from Fisher's Americans also were the conqnerers alligator and snake bunt seated high
.. Ii Five Doors Corner' (
'Nt H,Uah ... yt.1
roe S.elord Snuck discovered hove I
of
iU tt.r a..Nu.J: : On./. City I.ue a e.nii: u.ue., pain when they by np In the car away from danger -Orlando
a pm 8 du J a.ft.. 1.. .8 116 pm 6811am line, .,.Ar. pm means of sulphuric ether the tenderest
pm
116 pm I Ill 80 am ,............ Nu..I.r. 1 01 pm 616 pm 9 80 am Ar.8anrod...,Lv. I0 00 am Suits for morning', noon and Suit of shades and pattern human nerves could be made Insensible Reporter-Star.
I 116 .
680 .
pm II 8O.m I..U. my..Lv1260 pm u.2rm..am.'
I nl8i. I 110 m .11 uo m ..o.... ..,.. ........ 12.' pm m 8/O! m to s/w night/ new, to the surgeon's steel. -
. Df.Mfo. .. ..... WmO..4 H...... c.... Suits superbly lined all through And like Edison that Church Advertising.
ea. _..alto al anlaha ..., P. O. s. C. Ter Suits that fit you too, just men bay we If

-bo-........ TIME T..Ltt8. anew .... ..n... ..whl.h a.,.. s.a .r be .a :',.Nlnla.4..Nbe ,.rut"....4,.4/.Mn a1eNN.a has N... right and through, have only just begun i in, oar prollresl.1 New Orleans churches are now advertising t//
d.FUAN ':"'MIJ hr rnp o..lk.h anaAN.Ira? ..np?,?Lhy, ., /er.":.:;r...::":.h..:.'.,-.."nn.!en.h Nx.lros.(2x I Suits well made at prices right/ Suits that are a bargain true- along scientific lines. With all aorta of their services in display type

N "UI TH& TIC&&r G.N r Waiting/ here. When you appear. Instrument to aid them In their researches
COPY 0' THIt LOCAL "Ma CARD OR orK'" IN'OA"MIIO I and the state says:
I S T. AUaUSTINL .LORIDA and Investigations that there
IL I&\II-IBI&: ..._
C..I AMw
CONSULTATION FREE. "We have never been able to see any
V will be developments In the field of
force In that peculiar system of ethics
chemistry psychology) biology astronomy

oral KLICKER BROTHERS, DeLand, _Floirda sciences., geology and. all the other which church forbid services the and proper church advertising work. of A i
DR pictures of men I
And the dlacoverleaof of these men. will wholesome departure from this an. 4
tiquated prejudice against church advertising LOOK like men.
to 4 I be applied to everyday living.
. 200in'. 9lobcW' ic w The winds and the waves, light heal waa manifested by the displayed They show the I force,

(' and moisture and many things now. on- advertisement inserted by the energy character of the,

MElas1loM Bookcase $t.98 Fine Leather Scat known will be made to contribute tomen' Fret Presbyterian church on Sunday in sitter t
They are ( ,
n necesslt and pleasure, and in the advertising columns of thet Sate and poix I

,t.. and Desk combined. .1- Room Chair the opinion of this newspaper, man will ,other newspapers of this city. traits that really tell
Dining: In his marvelous multi all
go on career "If judicious advertising pays In business eomathing of the ''men:
Permit as much or as Httto the latent forces of nature are consumed. '. ,.
book space as wanted. r Beautiful In deelin. with graceful panel" hack Made of Quarter..aw.d Then and then only will the end come.Ooaia I why not in church. If the:business portraye d. "
comprises Desk Unit with road oak wltII.lutndooma xo lden IInlo"",hpl hlr Poll.he 0..10 leather au?. Banner.Beautify man wants. to reach the people ha I

few or many Book Units. boa me Immtnee anetruceoreachleO'' menulsttaring: : The for prlca chair.la pouible aclurively only beautyof lurang has found by experience that tbs cheapest 'TsLOhonatadar.

; ': desired.' Roomy, conven- de.lee'a out our chair ol prollt all kind and Tin tell. fucTi direct quantl1r.to you. .that.w w......an...eat... ..t l. YourGrounds the quickest and the most effectiveway .a. aappolohm. anti tae, }

,-. aawiltetforcatelogtuo105I .. You run no chance for w.give your money tart II every.halrIe L nol to do so Is through the newspapers? '.M :'lit P r. I
.. a.wa reoreent. You sav.at lmm t on. dollar la larooVl THIS 18 THE MONTH TO PLANT TREES: The Orleans churches are beginning to '" "'Lt v
J. F. ALLEN & CO. bettor eatl.hctloahair, for dlnins-roora. parlor b d-room, z
'' and kitchen lawn etorca. ol ...-and even other U." tram the A few choice Ornamental. Fruit and realise that fact and'the progressive REEVE'SSTUDIO .ii' ,
I AOBP4TMDBLAND I 'Q::1. J..I I pooch afecant. to In. puw..!. AU kind ol WOOd,200 different Ujka. Not Tree for .. Large Cherry, Laurel I administration of the First Presbyterian | 6
__I GaY lam nm.m.d ae.lo.a..nd ._'al CtirMotjM llet ttMftr Water and Live and { .
Oak Orange
Go.rtali .
for ,.r; : x.
"Oil "'0001 mOM7 Oily cherub wilt find by adherence Mr
I FLA.tr x. :. .1011...,,...e.....167.Wi. aai5i.....aae'a iiti 1.4....---' Pomelo, and choicest kinds of Grafted jadlalons ., .
I PLOIIIDA_OM m .....Oft'"...". "' '..Hdq. end M m.. aln.. J___., flaw Pecan Tree. W. H. HABKKLU DeI I to tbe Innovation" It has' Introduced re- (, '.*' ,. ,
Land Fla. I units gratifying ;
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_,44'tl i 'F.O'R: CHRISTMAS, Public Edwards Leaders Athletic Schools, Principal in for discussion Boys! W.and N.Principal Sheets Girl in.L.the B. 2 BIG CL0811Nfi-ODT SALE$ 3; I



The Minimum Apparatus for the

Will give ticket for each Teaching of Sciences\ and the Means of
purchase
E'k ....." aaee...".".........",.eear.e-.eaee..e,. onq '
to 25c" for either Acquiring it.

''kTHE' CURIO"! the Mechanical\ amounting l Toy "Santa Claus Leaders in discussion, Prlnjpal A. of Business

f ,.,..".,..,.."."." ,..,.." ..,,..,..,..,,.,,,,,,.,, Homer E. Wake eld. Principal H. 5: Going Out
or'a Magnificent Doll as prizes. Kerrell. :

Elasticity in the High School to Meet -

LOCH Needs, Principal Miss Battle Car

k: It offers the l largest, finest and most varied stock of penter, Principal J. H. Workman. tale


Souvenirs, Curios, Fine China, Toys, Alligator, Brass General Business discussion.session FeatnrM. ..$ Everything ABSOLUTELY AT COST. This .$ \


and Oriental Goods, Post-Cards and Christmas Novelties After the Special close of the official program is the best opportunity you ever had to get .$

on Thursday evening of convention ..$

ever shown in this city. week the citizens of DeLsnd will tender AT COST. $
I Ij' Iu .a reception to all the visitors in the par 'e CLOTHING .

lore of Chnndoln Hall. President

Dols of all kinds, from the cheap Celluloid to the fin- chairman Lincoln Halley of a of special Stetson subcommittee University in Is ..$ ,


i est Dressed ones. charge High of School this reception.Declamatory Contest. .$ Sale Began

Prof. Theodore D. Cnlp principal of

/ "Billiken" Dolls and the new Cook and Peary the DeLand public schools, and chair

of the local committee for the F. December
man
Do.Is. Come and get your choice of one. E.i \.., hits been authorized: by his committee :: Saturday 4

to offer fonr gold medals to the

All kinds of Toys-Mechanical Rubber and Celluloid.See winners of a high school declamatory
contest to be held at DeLaud on tbs $


: .: the new BRASS CH IMES. They are fine. morning after the.reception., ..$ This will be the biggest sale of the season, so ,


Abalone Shell Jewelry. All kinds and prices. To the Man Hungry fora be sure to take advantage of it.

Mullet to Eat. .$ tc-

Egyptian, Mosaic and Lucky Stone Jewelry. To the Editor of the Volusla Co. Record:

)r tp It has been .said and as I have understood ,c These Goods Must Be Sold. .

"' c; wdl Coral and Shell Chains in great variety. it has been published end notice

+ served the public from the Criminal -
upon
Court of Record, in and for Volnsiaonnly


THE ORIENTAL GOODS I Homed, Florida to catch mallet that no with one a would cast net be tt When in town call and see the great bargains offered <&

for his own eating and if he did so, be .

Are We have fine line of them would become a criminal and us such /
something new. a : ,
i tried, prosecuted and convicted in! the .

Irish Point Criminal Court of Record in and for r
Shirt-Waist Patterns Silk Shawls
_ lA +
'olueia county Florida.I .

Armenian Renaissance and other kinds of Lace wish to say that there is no law

against net or a fishing book and with line an in ordinary the waters cast of : DeLand Store J I
Collars and Bows : Department
14 Jabots t the New !Smyrna Inlet, Eillsborongh

t liver, Mosqnlto Lagoon Halifax River,

_ rf I t 50 000 POST-CARDS! ; DOln BLACK prnce, Tomoka. Below and Smith
AM WHITEShells $
:: reeks, and all bays and tributary t F. M. NASH Proprietor

The largest line of DeLand Views ever shown. waters thereof on the east coast of Flcr- i

i Ida. The fact Is that chapter 4362: of .$

be act approved Jane 3, 1807 of the -r

and Shell Goods of every description. i laws of Florida permitted and author- I k k kk

_ 1t; zed fishing with a cast net and book

h Alligator Bags, Pocketbooks and Purses of all kinds. i and line and this law is still in force.I I --

+ It'" true by section 3774" of the general tract: for the purchase of anything that
Artlolt 10.
#' + statutes, 1906 which were approved Is consldclvd uy.. the ttoaru ur i...ti.Uioia That the officer of said
Association
"The the May 29\ 1005, it t Is provided that it shall RRY'SSEEDS of useful Insect or .. .. aeHtruclioji preventlo who almll transact It. bus!nesii*shall b'.

ti come and See SANTA CLAUS at Sign of Big Alligator" I be unlawful to catch any mullet with I fruit thereof and rpr ducenYruwnl...membeis Also thu as a a Vice Board 1'1'e.ld..nand or Directors 1 ,*..a ld 1'roalilen frisldont anj l

seines or nets in any of the water" of) Torrow/hsfis right to own, contract for. and oporatu Vice rrnmJunt.tShull also. bo the Pre.I.dent .

this state between the ISth day of November ) moil IoeMOwTereublea (I all \Ulrtcturs neceaaary, appliances at any. time that'lhe Stay. llouiuof Shuns of mild and Board Vice of President.Directors. respective and: each !of,

T. T. HAVILAND and the 31st day of December feed.. Ferry.Plane 6eMe the aro bent beet l and nectssury fields for the the fumigating fvitlllzatlon and. of spraying. gloves. olllcu them, shall be a member nt the time of this of Association rllllnn' tall, ,
falllnTlelda
of each year. Bnt the revlsioners of the ixeaua thsynever Tha of trees and plants or the extinction ol and a director In thesumo And this

of SUCCESSOR TO P. L. BATESON statutes who took this from chapter o.r aaUq.FerrRyr'smseede br..ry5ardenka b be m.hIr1M the Insect members pests, on of the the Association lands bulouglng, and *to to and Association Treasurer, shall both also of have which a Secretary rakes: _

4oS7:; of the acts of the legislature approved : .undard or vuWr charge therefor and coiled, such reasonable may. be filled by one and the same person
And the
number of Director of
sale
ausaaS For
Tat rates for said services,
as may
May 29. 1S97 left out that provision erwTwlsra tie established by the Board of Directors. thin Association shall oe three' but'tll.
of which theleee a as.al et from time to time, for the uses abovementioned said Association without amendment of
the "This law S
. . . . . .+++++. . . . . . . . . . . .! act says: IOtT.1q.n slsa. a And sold 1 Association shall Its tno-thlrds charter, may at any time. by a
hall not be construed to prohibit the Y be empowered to engage In a brokerage vote of Its Director increase
1.14[FAIT t p., factor Its directory and may at anY
and commission ,
---- business
selling
-- catching ot flak cast nets hook after
by or by .ranrfa, to purchase boxes, paper, nulls, and other time so Increasing the saint and
Tallahassee; Superintendent Q. W. Ted- and line." So this statute properly conslrued packing material; to engage In and by a similar Its dlreotor,vote of aa Its said director Directors docrense -
conduct
a drattge transfer,
der. Madison; Prof. J. H. Workman has reference to seines and gill aDd shipping business; to forwarding purchase, shaleea of fl t But at no time shall thonumb'T
said
Directors be Increaevlto
ff ATHENS Ocala; Prof. J W. Simmons Orlando; nets and not to cast net. | NOTICE. and hold refrigerator lease or otherwise cars, acquire, freight drays, a number greater than nine; and al
; Pro!. Asa B. Clare Quincy; Prof. Theodore By chapter 5433. acts of the leglsla- i> NOTICE'; IS HEREBY GIVEN That trucks, .boats, \essels and wagons other vehicles, no time, shall the number of said !DI!
f four 14) weeks from date hereof the and the motive rectors be decreased to a less number
!f a. D. Colp. DcLicil. tare approved May 31, 1005. the last undersigned will apply to the Honorable equipment necessary for the same and power to engageIn and than the original number of Directors
i3hr Official Albert \V. Gllchrlst Governor of thobtate business herein specified That the homes und
the
Program the and transportation of all
,4 legislation on subject which U of Florida, for Letters Patent Incorporating such residences of the growers who arc' licro-,
material
14rr.I 14rr.r 14rr. All the official exercisa will be held superior law to that of the general them their associates. and.ucceo.or. produce as may be owned and or other controlled commodities by appointed by the Inoorpointoni. of
.. Into this Association and who sh.ill not
a body and M
polltiu corporate
by It. but not
at the as a common carrier. Andto
_ University Anditorinm.TCESDAV .t.tatesl900. it is provided by section 1 under the name. of the Orange dispose of the same. at will. To borrow directors to said Association for the
? FLORIDAEDUCATORS DEC. 88 as fallows: "That from and after the City Citrua Growers' Auoclatlon, under toe and loan money by or upon mortgage first yenr of Its existence and until lie
r following Charter and Article. of 1..- other directors are legally elected end
7:JO p. m.-:Music, ((1)) organ ((2)) or passage of this act it shall be unlawful corporation, the original of which will generally on real to estate transact or carry otherwise on, and and< qualified are
1eU1 be file In the Names Resilience
on otnce of the Honorable
cheetra.
perform all such
for any person firm or corporation to other business operations -
1' H ilL
it Clay Crawford. Secretary of total M. F. Robinson Sanford
as are germaln Incident the
to
Invocation. Rev. Clarence H. Ferran catch or capture for the purpose of shipping ') of the State of Florida, In the City of purposes above mentioned or E. Coleman Orange City Fl*.
Tallahassee. during all time of the pub. G. N. Dueler Orange City, ilL
Address of welcome !Superintendent:! any of the fish known aa mnllet In lication of this notice Article B. Article 11.
A. O. Botts, Mayor S. A. Wood, Preei this state between the 15th day of November ,I' Dated this 22d day of November 1909. That any person or persons who I.. That the Directors of this Asioclnllon
and the Slat of December' or are bona tide fruit or produce growers shall have the right und power to "M"O'Iand
dent Lincoln alley. day -TICLZ8 or: or who i I.. or are bona tide reprosentatlves collect from Its member anu oilier.
f of each year." This statute evidently XHCOBPOMATIOIT orI : of fruit fruit vegetable and pruduoo groMeiA,
fd or produce
red MEET Vocal solo Miss Lena Cockling. intended that the citizens of Florida I! '.1'JIBOItANOI CITVcrr.Va! GBOWB..' within the terrl'nry next adjacent growers to the represented or served by tll'. "..eoe.IA'I
Response to address of welcome. might( catch mallet at time for 'I .aauolArlon.KNOW. headquarters of this Association, may lion I such compensation and n'muiicnl-
any )
; ALL, MEN BY THESE! PRES. become a member of this Association; lion to be paid to said, Association, an
President A. A. Mnrphree. their own use, or for "ny other purpose' ENTS..; ; That we. the undersigned citrus but this Association will not at any said. Directors may lox and cnuri.o for
G f r ,. 1yh e Annnal address, Hon. W. M. Hollo- other than the purpose of shipping So I fruit growers of the State of Florida. time receive Into Us membership mem Its services to him, 'her, or thurn In Inc
it u evidently legitimate to catch mullet at least three of whom are residents bare of any kindred Associations, whoso picking, ninrk.ilhig.'
: :
t ,1'' 4'h I way state eb erintendent. under the laws. of and citizens of the !State of Florida fruit or produce land. are located near- shipping and :illn011t.:: and: all of
!general the state have this day. voluntarily associated er to such other kindred Association than the produce, and material., which tiin
)'' Annual address. Prof. F. A. Batha of Florid., aside from the act 4563, approved 'ourselves together for the purpo.e of they are to this Association without the Association\ herein auth.uUed to handle
pM1''. In DeLand Dec. 28-31 --- OfficialProgram way, president of the 888 la force and applied to to the New Smyrna aaiioclatlon. under the laws of the State cent to where said holdings are located. Artlols: 19 and
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 29. of Florida, providing for the Incorporation Article 8. It Is hereby mutually agreed
lulet Hillsborongh: River. Mosquito of Horticultural and agricultu Nothing In these Articles shall be fully understood, by and between all L'i
9 ... m.-Invocation. Rev. W.J. Hark Lagoon, Halifax River Spruce. To- >I ral non-profit associations and corpor tut to Interfere with the bona construed the persons becoming '; ': ': ruflfy innAssociation i .
of Big Event. Pb.D. moka. Bulow and Smith creeks, and' ations. in accordance with. this proposed tide sale of real estate; the transfer of and furthermore. who uri-

'1 ness A Professional Certificate Prof. W. the bays and tributary waters thereof charter ticles of and Incorporation we hereby adopt which these shall. Ar b... property produce together growing with thereon the fruit at the or timeof other may:;:',':. e and rgbecomeymembor.':: : : : ::0 ot; tmj =

on the east coast of Florida, alone. : come the Chatter of said corporation such sale, that Is to say: That If Association; that one ot the purpolMand :: C
B. Cate. la the act adopting the generalstatutes upon the Issuance of letter. patent according any person who has signed his name objects of this Association .
Agriculture Its Economical Value. which was approved May 20, I tlty. to law. and we. do hereby cur for any then partlqulnr year for placing the tem bring of about mutual and co-operation carry Into effer"between, a. the>"

Prof. J. J. Vernon. I9U3. this act was preserved in fall Article 1. crop.l In the hands growing of the on his or her land citrus 1 and other produce growers of tn<
a 1. 'i The> official program of the Florida l Excursion ticket can be bought on all force and Is now the law governing the That the name of said corporation U I sell or dispose of his land Association In good faith shall, State of Florid .. In the .picking, packing ,
,r'' > Stall Educational Aaaociatton has been ] line in Florida to the destinations Indicted Lecture President W. F. Blackman. Ceding in such waters which permitted the Orange City Citrus Urowvrs' Aasocl- then and In that event the said seller handling shipping and and other marketing
tlon. and of all citrus fruit producere
3.30 Fundamental with purchaser are released If they ,
: p. Recognition Bsning cast nets and hook and line mu .
,trff received by the local committee which above on December 28. 27 and 28 Article 8. des re. from the obligations of having owned, and controlled by the theState
of the Kindergarten Mr*. C. Jnne. at all times. That this association it organized fruit or produce grown the land of this and kindred Associations In
? w orgaaliwd. ama time ago to co-l and will be good for return leaving De- Promotion in the Intermediate and By section 1 of the act adopting the der the laws of this State .as a Horticultural un '" sold! marketed' or handled upon under tho of Florida: and to that organlKd end: :that

operate with the president and sxec Land a* late a* midnight.' January 1, general etatntes approved May 29, 1905, the rights association and and entitled to .... authority of this. Association.That connection this Association with Is created and under and the FlorIda
I Grammar Grades Prof. E L. Robinson privileges conferred u. Article 7.
tiT oommlttoe of the association in 1910. These special low rate will be it i If provided: "No special or local statute the laws of thl. State on similar cor the place where the principal Citrus Exchange and will at nil
Vocal solo. Miss Lena Conklinff. is repealed hereby and for the par porations. and the toting power and business of said Association Im to "bo Florida partnot
Exchange
to all who visit DeLand at the oCittrus
f.-Mng: foil and adequate preparation given other rights and o"the transacted as a
L. Lecture, President( Lincoln Hnlley. pose of this saving from repeal any privileges of each UOranireClty.' I County of Vo- : r"o.t ,; j, which. go 'to
,
members of lush the exchanges
this State system
for a large and aocewrol meeting this time of the meeting of the association etatateof. any of the following classes Association iioi. of Florida And the an- suld Flay'
8 lug a certlncate of noel make control and operate
p. m.-Maslc. ((1)) orchestra, ((2ladies' ) membership In the meetings of the member. of this up
yar la Ibis city. _this .U to say the rate doe not apply shall be taken to be included, in such same ahull be eauul Association shall convene at said place Ida Citrus Exchange, whose beadquar-
specifically to teacher and those en quar tt. Miss Conkling. Mine exception namely: Any statute for or Article 3. on the first Tuesday In May of each tern are now located In the City of 'fta"li
oooaeetion( with the announcement Holley. Mrs. Phillips. Mia :March. concerning only a certain That there shall be no capital stock and every year Bt which time and place pa and Stale of e'Iorlda And
county or certain
gaged in educational work bat will of said association but the !Its Directors shall be Asioclattonpehelbe ;
apply same shall elected and In
'educational Inl hands old this
local
of program the Lecture Dr. W. L. Bryan president designated; county; any statute for be> organized a. a Horticultural a.. ducted Into offlce. the .::
nboommittea here on publicity and corrssposiilesKsi as well to any friend who may Indiana university. concerning or operative in only a portion elation and corporation, not for' Profit Article 8- marketed : cf 1v1.0; through ">
wish to accompany them to DeLand. of the state; any statute for or concerning and It. shall not Issue any shares of Associat each and every this Florida Citrus Exchange,
wishea to call eipecial at- .tock packing
THURSDAY. DEC. 80. only certain whatever and shall not at any n shall place the and Article 13. of .i.
re
a municipal
cor time declare or pay any dividend handling of all cltru. That the names and paceslence
Hetel AecomnediaUens. or rrult and such
railroad
I taatkm to the fact that reduced
\U a. Departmental meetings. poration. Statutes passed at this session other profits on any holding said cor- other may be handled by this ,, of the subscribing m'101"n, -
..... bees been aecnred over all the linre The chairman of the DeLand local 2 p. m.-Business meeting of the association. of the legislature shall not be repealed this poratlon....association but all money. coming Into Association. :.c't: :: grown or controlled by ncorporators to these Articles, are as if"",'
for Association
services or corporation and
and. ander the tariffe Weed or about to : or affected by said general statutes rendered. Pi.Hl"i them 'Into thl. ASSOCIH- '
subcommittee on hotel accommodation or otherwise, shall be u.ed by It for that this' Association' shall '

be...... provision L i made for the sale announce that the city 1* prepared to 4 p. m.. 'Lecture at Dr. W. L. Bryan passed, bat after shall the have enactment full effect of a said* if paying maintaining. the expense Ihl. Association o4 and otherwise and any. charge such; fruit for and the. produce packIng' and such handling reasonable of M."Names.P. Robinson Residence Sanford, fia.

of return trip tickets for, a,single fare provide comfcrtable accommodation for 8-30 p. m.. Chandoin Hall-Receptio n general statutes. Surplus thereof remaining tn Its hand.. compensation nm the Board' of Directors E.Col.m.1, Orange CI. :
e pine IS oats on all roads except the more than 1,000 delegate at the timeof given by the citixens of DeLand. Taking the above under consideration( of shall this be A..oclatlon used u the .hall Hoard deem of Iulreclor to. the fi..*.l"iA"loc'"Um, any' member I na"or nx this and AsHocla-deter- O. N. Hosier said members Orange City of ,,this flx 0:

3 Jlorid&L.t Cbaat.- 'Theee ticket willproyLd.f this convention. A thorough canvas THURSDAY DEn 80. one can readily *ee that section: 1, chapter .best ItaId interest A..oelatlon. of tb.shall A..oelatlon and his lion fruit- I Inln: the e.rlrohrt to withdraw proposed And each Association of and IDCorpohl".c_
54J3. laws of 1905 issue to each n
approved May ,
31. ,
.; MM deliTery passengers I Ie being made determine. the full .9 .. m. Kindergarten Section Kindergarten person who hall become a member t .' one year who I has subscribed his of thla CON
1903 which the brogivingg Treasury
of fish in has Into the
permit* catching thereof a certificate of writingtoisaaidt:: :: pAs:;ocle-f paid Cum
to the) Atlantic Coal Line depot at DeXsvsd. convention capacity" of the city *o Room: DeLand Normal Hall- except for shipment is the general' law .hall receive In return th..refor membership the sum and tlon. notice within the ten days next ponllon now being membership created. the th."o.
which -Is. 'jwrt acrose the street that provision may be made for aU who Invocation Rev. C. A. Owens of the state, and by section 1 of the of Into One the Dollar U.OO) to be converted before the annual meeting of this Aa- of which One will Dollar entitle tar a each of th..m.-7 upon,;

: (rota th. College Araa, and pinmngnrileaving may come. What Kindergarten Training Mean adoption of the general; statute 1906 .is but no person Treasury shall ot at said any corporation tine have.; his eoclatlon fruit that or other he aeslres produce ma to from withdraw the Issuance at. letters membership Patent to'in this the
the
v ;UaLand over any of the road The College Arms. DeLand a famoos to Young Womanhood :Miss Mabel a. considered a* passed after file adoptionof cate own of or control more than one eertlit same: but In that event said member same Association and ,a to certificate a of suon ni5o'ber.hip '
the general statutes. Again it .is membership In said ?
Association
k other thaa thajlorida Kaat Coast can tourist hotel will be the heNJquarhnof Wheeler. readily seen that chapter 5463 applying cilia.nor shall any person not a grower o rl.he.membeerngof1esaid oAasoclatlon beali \ upon.by-laws*owe of -rsuoli.1d 'A.eoolet p" 011

baT their &1 b.. ralidated for retnrn the _doa. The rate! there for Discussion led by Miss Rosa B. Knox: to New Smyrna Inlet etc.. approved her ot fruit this I become A..oclatlon.Aatic1e or .remain. a mem_ belonging and to privileges said member In saId shall Association Including the contrnct'tIIr hIJ.P.'iiJ. I

at the Atlantic Coast Line depot la tate two la a room are $2 50 per day. DeLand. June, 1891. beIng local la It* nature .. cease and, : determine: Provided thereupon how. I fruit to said association. as
The Putnam Ian offer aocommodattoa and applying to only a part of the state That tba purposes for which this A.. aver, and it is hereby agreed and fully -l'k'wfTNESS' WHEREOF each of
) etty. How to Conduct Mothers' aoclaUon Ia formed are to .. understood by all ot this
Meetings.Mrs. 1* still in force and regulate the fishing buy leas persons joining thissame said Incorporators and members
I ,
I aces UrinK alone u..> line of theriortda&wtOrjaat at 1160 per day for two in a room. Kate Nicholson. St. PetenbnrK.Discnsslon ., in the water of these partimlar stream( Pose rent of sell.all occupy:reared and use personal, hold and di.. withdrawing from an" thl.m.mber A.lallon of th.. I proposed Association, hiss hereunto" ul is\>-
,
railway can parchaee Tha Melroae and a core of other hotel led by Mb* Margaret SomervUle above mentioned This law permit for which the m.rndbt: ; or is 'uI'e; Convenient. property by ro"disposing: : of refs halt or produce these':."A Articles I .of Incorporation: 1 a"d AS'
tiokt. faN pine and bnarding hoosee will offer special: fishing for mallet with the cast net or build. and toh this A..ocr.Ulon.. .Dune than through
road trio. lot a single Jacksonville. pew and rent P.e ''ng houses for or .. .holding. the "Name.-: Re.ldenoea
60 oaii.. These ticket wlU lie sold to rate on this, occasion: &0'member of Report from klndergartner. book After and a line careful at all examination time. of all all:' material paeklnt" i A that* fruit may, also be' neeeamarv to pun Ouse same giving from the this notice A.aool..Uon.. a. h..relnbefore. and without B.. F. Roblnsan Sanford City Flag. FlaG

Orange: City, which I I. a few mile frompeLoaoVfrom association at rate ranging from $1 Boainee _loD. these act, there can be no question of or convenient for the purpose of p.ekla or shall forfeIt to thistAssociation provIded -. Coleman Doaw 1."LJ::, Oisnge Onnn City, ria.8TATF .

which point antomonle! to fl 50 per day for two in a room. THURSDAY, DI C. 80. the right of any one to catch mallet Ida preparing grown products citrus fruit for, mark.t.or other Flo AI. Association" IIq..ldatecl for .ueh wlthdra..I. the ; OP FT. &.' -

,.. ........ aadbiMes,t l *. provided by thetJaLaad I Oncer .t the AuoclatUa. B a.lm. Primary Section, Y. M. C. A. with a cast net for any purpose be mat other 10 sal'kinds as agent and ,variety citrus of fruit and al t com fail of or Ofty ether.....nte produce per.sax, for all citrus Before COUNTY the OF VOLUer.under.i,ned author
and trait.
wish for I ,
save shipment.A d produced hIm ,
except an by
at. F heing
.committee, on ,taaneporutloo. Prealdent-F. A Hathaway principal Hall, Carnerfe Library Building. been asked several time, and by trolled prate by which:member.: may. be 'grown or eon during so withdrawn. tho Year ot said .withdrawal, and personally man and George appeared N. Dos..RobI""h'. ;" hlm.
m ftlfW d.leg. ..ta* and their friend Dnval high school Jacksonville., Also to of thA..oclatlo a. hereby : by him. It 1.' Nether bY duly sworn did each for
t'4 ",. Piano solo, Mia Grace March. several people. about this question of own stock In any other Into.. Understood' and agrssd that:: in ..l.mSe .., ..rkenwledf0. that
: MM tnuwportatioa to the College Arm Tie President Mia Battle Carpel Invocation, Rev. ((7. 8. Tabor. fishing, and unhesitatingly oay. that no A.encfalon ponlfon op, association.xlatleg. tor simllsy to thl I ens has any member 'bf thl. Association he subscribed" byname to the Carv, 5 roo.

D.l.. -. which .le the beadqnarma ter principal Miami Ugh school Nature Study Prot-L 8. Barber. matter what other view may be entertained meat and protectlnc of fruit the and.dune pro-a from till aehiaialatloglp I above: produceed..afterwud. po..d Charter ot, the. anlnamred Cltr.J|

of the eaoeUtloB.. ,. -.6.1... doe of Chairman Executive t.ommlttDr: ", ..Uoaio. in the .Public Schoola.. KIM] prosecutions on thin there anbjecv may nor be bow had.many that dues Also to grower.purchase' I la and the State sell to ot the Floyd mesa. lOll this A.latloh. wishes to and return.".....1.aDd... th"r.. seal.Wt'-h.A: ; same, for said the. uses and nee'poses ;
In Chllrt.lr".adth.
_u.. delegate. wao havetVaaeta Edward bond: president FloridaState ." '- beof this' As ": : rights of a member that h. mentioned :
._ Margaret Tailor, Ocala there i Ie no law prohibiting any citizen b ad- flmplr, by' and with the may d" order tq validate and /
to Orange City win! College) for Women. Boaad Table''' j Di ctiB on- nbj.ct. of Vohma county or any cittacn of ths mris uaroJrla1d.: ... '::7 be lh0u.h t Ihl.majority of the Br ooo."n&of DI..to.only or of a ems M: P. ROBINsON.IC. .

free at obann. front OeXaadat __U.. Committee-Prof. B B. Spelling. Discussion led by Mlae Ev state from catching mnllet .& all t e b1 atlon the,Nosy ham time.ot OIrecto.to of this *.ao to this Association A..oeIaUo"and upon hi. paying COLEMAN
with a cast net or a book: and line for&IIY Vme. bJ' th.lr ra. all penalties th..tapln.t
olutlon, have
& to be a--. Or been .usss' an4subsaorit.t.ed before rhthf
the expense of Lena., rnaadiaa; Superintendent POOL purpose other than for shipment. for the fertilization eODT..I..nt not pnTlougly A. hIm, w Sworn to
ot
_' looal;.nbc ..* oa Phillips ,WlUiaton; Guy' L Matoalf.Weat Bid Ie.... Soetfaa. ISAAC A. STEWART.DeLandFlA .. fumls-atlnc or spraying; oftiL,2 the I '. hhfelet d."bt N--J.:1: gAM.
term : ...
which That which [
Io-, Palm Beach{ Dr.Ed ward Ooau-aJi. la the Auditorium of tha;De Lead /, Dad: 4.' 11I0e. thle plant AssoclaUan.* bSleg. Also to to the bur rnVnTlir.T SuJJ on of., attal'allol\ shall the the data.I.t of t.Ita gel Incorporation.,. Fr.this from Aesocf and' Mar"commission expire o.N on th p"bll&.

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:' Prices Smashed THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS 01


THE PAST WEEK. FO UNT AI.N'S

FOR
X-MAS. Local Faper-and Brief Society Mention Items for of tb roots. PeopU'i as

e... 1)T oar ti.pere.r.Wade .


We Must Unload Our Heavy Stock the tuner Orlando.
For reliable Fire Insurance sea! Gould

LOOK at the SMASHED PRICESin We close all day Christinas Dreka'i
Department Store.

Our Windows. For Wilson & Toomer's celebrated
CLOTHING
Fertilizer see J. L. Nnckols. agent. U

Krnse's Bicycle Repair Shop. 110 N.
Our Extra X-Mas Special Boulevard. Phone No. 830. 1-8 tf

For Sale-White Leghorn cockerels

$12 and $15 Suits and four DeLand.months old. Address II. A. Boley,

Dreka'a Is the place to get your Xmas
Overcoats gift. Trunks, club bags or suit cases
are very appropriate.

Leave your orders at Dreka's for
Christmas turkeys also your grocery
orders. Everything! the best. Phone 77. SALE!

87.50 Mrs. Ads Powers daughter of the :
late Mrs. Post and Hon. Cbas F.-Burg- .,
wan were Seabreeze visitors to DeL'ind' ,
I Uet Sal nrday.i .

i Mrs. H. A. Engle and daughter, from .l.l9Ii
Frankford. Philadelphia, sre staying

$18 and $20 Suits and I and with Amelia Mre. Wetberell avenues, corner Michigan

Mr. and Mrs. Chris. F. Witt mall and
Overcoats9J50 child arrived from Watertown the first
of the week. Mr. Wittman is room
clerk at the College Arms.

Howe'e Great London Show will exhibit

at DeLand Monday next, afternoon EVERY SUIT IN THIS STORE REDUCED!

I I that comes and evening.south every It is winter.one of the best

I The Record Is pleased to note the
marked improvement of Miss Ethel
Watts. She was critically ill the last Men's AT
and Overcoats'
I ot last and the first of this week. Boys'

The Misses Lipplncott, of Haddon-
THESE PRICES CANNOT BE DUPLICATED IN DELAND
field, New' Jersey who have spent

OSCAR !L DAVIS several with Mrs.winters Wetherell at DeLand, on Michigan are again Ave. COST. We have more Clothing

I Col. D. B. l'artoa:: was at Jacksonville
the first of the week attending the annual
L- Dress Better-Pay Less meeting of the DeLeon Naval .
than
DO want to
rTL Stores manager Co., of which he Is general we want. you

Lobt-Tuesday morning, Deo. 14 on

... Voorbls Ave or south Boulevard to for it? We don'twant
New York Ave., a cat crystal hat pin. help us pay

For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor receive Return reward.to 285 E. New York avenue and


Geo, A. Powell of this place is after
Calcimo/ / Sanitary Wall Finish all the Florida lands he can get. He PROFIT. WE WANT

For Stoves and RangesFor and his brother have recently purchased
R fine tract of 15,000 acres down in
Standard Plumbing Goods Pasco county for 75000.

For Paints and VarnishesIn Mr. and Mrs. McKinnon winter residents ROOM AND MONEY. .

i best grades obtainable of DeLand after spending the
past 20 years at DeLand are at Miss
Dunn's for the season, arriving from the
I. ill R. D. MCDONALD north the first of the week.A. .
)
G. Hamlin makes a specialty of .
. -.t_ -
furnishing fancy citrus fruits of all
i ---- )C kinds ready for shipment, tor holiday

!gifts. Samplee seen at Haynea', Dreka's $20.75 $25.00 Suit Overcoat $13.75 $18.00 Suit Overcoat
\ and Woodall's. Order by phone 208. 2t gets a or gets an or
DeLand Electric Light, Power & Ice Company
Miss Minerva Bond returned home
I this week: to spend the holidays with $17.75 gets a $22.50 Suit or Overcoat $11.75 gets a $15.00 Suit or Overcoat
9 FLORIDA
DELANO her father and mother., Mr. and Mrs.

,r.I JI I.JI ,! We Carry In Stock She M.: M.is Bond attending, at the the Lake Morfreesboro Helen home. $15.75 gets a $20.00 Suit or Overcoat $9.72 gets a $12.00 Suit or OvercoatFOUNTAIN

Tenn., college
:
i I : ELECTRIC) MOTORS \1\ Mrs. Judge McCrory returned the

f first of the week from Sarasota: where
and she visited Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Mickler. 11II"'"

9i i. HEATING DEVICES Mrs. Mickler and son Edward Lee accompanied i
1 I ( Mrs. McCrory home to
.nnOOn.. ................... \ spend the holidays here.
(
!
Mr. John A. Fisher the venerable
y On Display t tIll
I father of Dr. O. W. Fisher, arrived

m,,.J ) j FANS, HOUSEHOLD I ,from Louisville, Ky., last weal for his
II
r I I winter's stay at DeLand. He has rooms
4.I. IRONS, WATER at the home of Dr. Baerecke, taking
I.ie, I meals at the Webb House.
HEATERS, PERCOLATORS -
ISr The W. C. T. U. gave a very delight -
IIIi ETC. ful reception to members and friends at ,
i the parish rooms of the Presbyterian Cabinet photos, the latest styles and Photos on post cards can be bad at\\
IIn' Oar contract are made with the uitrmtactnrers jof devices that are church last evening. A pleasant featureof finish at Reeve's Studio. reasonable rates at Reeve's Studio. I LET US START YOU ON
the occasion were reports from the Merchant A. M. Flowers was at the
Mrs. Matthis of New Jersey arrived
time! and labor saving, ag well as the most economically operated
.\41 state convention recently held at Plant Thursday, staying at Mr. Smock's. county seat from Seville Saturday last THE ROAD TO FORTUNE!
deho. X City.Dr. Wilson & Toomer's Ideal Fertilizers The popular McLeod House is fast
'n' J. M. Fawcett arrived the first of for big crops. See J. t.Nackoly, aKI. tf filling up with winter guests' Mrs.Sinjthe .
...I the week from Wheeling W. Va. He has a fine s &!Ion abe,,<\.
.".," : l'fpX8Cg8L8Lt) J o.lJIj'fllm'AHAYWARD the prettyhome A heavy white frost was seen at& De- More money has been made and more fortunes
occupying with
to and family are Remember the oyster wagon
and thin
Land last Wednesday
S.os on west Minnesota Ave. The morning those fine cultivated bivalves from the amassed through real estate investments than
.
ice in exposed places.Mr.
IIIK' INSnRACEAGENCY f doctor Is a well known eye specialist, formed Tnrnbnll Bay beds, is at DeLand every
laIce" and has a professional card elsewhere William Laws the New Smyrna I Tuesday and Friday. Leave yonr or from any other source. .
, real estate and capitalist was at ders
""""'-- --- -- in the Record. owner at Blane's or Halsey'a. ".
rehe Representing the leading American Work is progressing rapidly on the the county seat the Brat of the week. I Cannons stables will receive a car of
Six-Room House all modern conveniences l large
,iIII.r Fire Insurance Companies. new jail and sheriff's residence for Vo- Mr. John T. Moody, one of the prominent .. horses and mules every week for the Corner Lot on the Boulevard. Easy terms... ,S2,650
. among which Is the lusla county. Mr. John Cairns bas the orange growers and trackers up at next six weeks. This stock: Is all for --
,'ua+ contract for the wood work: and Contractor Seville has been a juror before the sale and anyone wishing a good horseor
Three good Building Lore within one block of the
of AETNA OF HARTFORDWith O. B. Webster will do the stone court this week. mule now has the opportunity of obtaining University buildings.. .. ... . . .. ...$500
tort. work. It will be one of the handsomest Mrs. D. A. Morrison will come np same. tf -
,rt.n,. since .873. jails and sheriff residences found in the torn Jacksonville next week to spend The directors of The First National I A good Farm with 83: Acres of Land, nnder fence nil us state. Christmas! with her slaters Mrs. W.O. Bank closed a deal yesterday with the and cleared; good Dwelling House. .. .. ,vlUUU
all nt DWELLINGS, and CONTENTS a SPECIALTYCompare _. Mr. John Cranor Is to enter one of bill Watt.and Mrs. S. A. Wood. agent for the Installation of a modern ---
!:. __ _. In the Moncrief races at Jacksonville eleuUio burglar aTarm for the bank, to Five-Acre Bearing Orange Grove-80 acres of land
olded our comprehensive racers in January. He baa selected from Mr. d. I.. Padgett formerly prescription be Installed before the bank opens for altogl'tber-aear cityGOllldWOOtteD. ..... .......... . .....Q'1 1 I 000
clerk at DeLand drag! stores, now business next month.
the
In
-
others purchased -
with of
racers
and liberal forms the car located at Key West, passed through
In' eastern markets several months ago first of the week form Miss Mabel Wilson, the accomplished
DeLand the
'ruts. E. H, HAYWARD ;JI. ,;,!Q Mocxsexxixs la the from two a year line old of famous Belle of racers DeLand.,and will She visit to Jacksonville.The \ 1 I daughter,arrives of home Mr. today and Mr from a. Sam Greenville.B. Wilson I The Co. Real Estate and Insurance

4e+1.. LEQGR be a wnlner at the January races. DeLand cnnrches are preparing S. C,, to spend the holidays. She Is a I
ria.hi,. ..,, :a:8.>N"-., =r'f'9: T A great Xmas offering at Dreka's far appropriate Xmas exercises.: On account music student of Prof. Morse at the
ors ---.0; annex. Immediately after Christmas of Miss Catherine Crawford leav- Greenville manic school

use or-, we are going to move our men'department tog for the holiday, the exercises at the St. Johns Lodge No. 87, F. & A. M.,
urn,at, I storn. into our new stove so we rirat Methodist church will occur next elected the following officers Tuesday More Room More Goods!
Ion wales. to reduce our stock as much as Sunday, Miss Crawford being in charge night, for the ensuing year. : Silas B.
,thtethe therefore are offering our of the obolr at that church.
we
possible Wright Jr., master J. R. Wetberell.

,Ion.n" entire stock half of price.men's and Don't boy's miss winter this Mrs. BallU U Hill\ field secretary of senior warden N. B Montrevllle. Santa Claus at Brill's Again]!!
Ion hor / ar suits at the Woman's Home Missionary Societyof junior warden S A. Wood. treasurer
, in ihacce. the Methodist Episcopal church will H. D. Bracey, secretary.Dr.

of Young McDonald. former his student winters at addreu the congregation ID the eveningat Hnlley left yesterday. to preach His llth Annual VisitPRACTICAL
his Stetson and who spends first 7:80.: She is a speaker of wide reputation next Sunday at Princeton College, N. J. .
the
, from Chicago
t uiilo DeLand, arrived north last spring and well worth';, hearing. A The chapel chair of that great university GOODS
AS of the week la going cordial Invitation is extended: to all to is endowed with a land for the liiNEWEs.r
the trip from De-
he started to make hear her. r especial purpose of having it occupied Pit 1C
,e.II.. Chicago In his touring car, but
Land to Sabbath by some distinguished
ria.ria... wrecked by a freight train at a Mr. Ira L Smith steward of the College every
It was minister or lecturer, and the invitation
crossing near Atlanta. The train tookparts Arms, arrived Monday from she from the president of that Institution TOYS-Airships, Moving Pictures, Phonograph., I r
rIPA of the auto a quarter of a mile np north with 48 of the winter help for the Mechanical Toys Dolls.
was a compliment to Dr. Hnlley, to
,.,'-III* the track. total. They came from New York viathe Stetson University and to DeLand. FINE ART'CHINA-Chocolate Seta, Salad Bowls> Cups. dSlucerl
, Osborn arrived from Ocean Steamship Co,, and at 8avanoah -
tm R Vases eta:
Frank
TASTE Prof. ,
YOUR Miss Mary Smith will entertain the
hat TO SUIT .
and.." Atlantic Coast Line
of the wseJr. .the pNoflded j1t
pro' that nil their tute.E..er.oDe Michigan the Fret COO oard club this afternoon. The STATIONERY in Christmas Boxes. '
want good groceries-grocer greeted byfriends. DeLand them with a special' through oar
chi'nury We being very cordially BOO card club baa taken in seven new FAfcOY GOODS-Frames, Mirrors, Lap Desks Toilet Set;;
!carry a line of absolutely He did not come ""hlsst &o DeLand. The hotel opened .Wedn.e.day ,
members. Those belonging to this club
d I "' :rEg at the under thepopillar Notions! ,
the PURE GROOER winter, and he Is Indeed surprised morning for season are the Misses Coulter (Bessie), Carpenter .'n\,
'reltment aad tb.IIG4 e ,.'. growth during the put two management of Mr. and Mra Annie Davis Mytle Davie Gertrude ''FLORIDA SOUVNNIRS,, to send away.' ..
tN. we take pride I. .giving everybody oo0rtecus compare tbelD wltb tears. Hs says It U the best and pretty John O. Holland, and Wrtalnty of wtlxfaotoiou. Get our prices and and Its beauty the opening day and yesterday Emily Hlbhurd. lone Hough, :
mail2d eat tow11 In all Florifla. Harah Hargreavee. Eva Nahm Mary IT WILL PAY YOU to see these goods before Roiiig"r,
wbaiyon I should be people who had been in the state a R
are paying. known through publicity Smith. Christine Wldeman. Rose Mo- where. -, yn
.I. more widely wear ,week or so waiting for tble famous winter Cormiok. Oullda Happereati and Mrs. .r
79 b. place .
al" 00
A. H, WOODALL Phone of ID 'be the city t for the winter. resort hostelry to open. U. Slualt. ti

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I-E: :&: lit t hsarly*ttry state of this great Union Jack Frost blew his note profnuy t The Holiday Convention/ ot' teachers Declamatory Contest for (Jo/a/ Medal, ss

when once taken it U never drop here Tuesday Bight of this week, and this morning by On Friday evening of this week a
A letter received
Stetson !
( I noVER THE,COUNTY }t 1 ped. Captain Hickman was for many Wednesday morning early It looked chairman of tbe committee on publicity,, declamatory contest for a gold medal John B. University r

$ :yean a faultless resident of this health like a young snow had fallen. Lie. wa and written by one of the members of offered by the oratorical association of
a:5:3: :
fut paradise and in several will be held In the r'I
*> i ift was successfully engaged seen places. the executive committee in far west Stetson University o '

in farming and fruit growing, We are to soon loose our depot agent, Florida, says: "Let me congratulate. auditorium under the auspices of the A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.
Pierson.The and In the same business Jon the coast. This contest will be participated ----.--------.
Mr. M. O. Causey, 'who' has sent in his yon on the manner in which you peopleare association.
:bit'sZ He is an unbeatable worker, model citizen the A. C. Line in by 8 ladles representing
resignation, but we hope advertising the association. It is young COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-. Cngllsh Language and Literature.

Z school at this place Is ia a thriving large hearted generous, and of will send one Just as accommodating as certainly great, and you deserve a tree all the literary societies of the Oreok, Oerman, French Spanish, Mathematics,, Chemistry, Physics, Mechnnia alia

+ I condition. The enrollment baa sterling worth, ancble Mulligan guard, Mr. Causey boa been for the past few mendnous crowd and will get it.'' academy and college departments. Aits. History, J.'hIlOSOPbYl 11307 Pedagogy, Political Economy, Biology! Geology
\ Stetson" adopted the same
Physical' requirements" iil
and the for
matchless Voloaia
Reeord'e winter
reached 50. County years School men all over the state are During the early part of the mission and graduation that were held by the University of Chicago, and thsf I I

1 1q John subscription list will always carry A. E. McIver, one of our progrenulv writing in the same strain. They are term an oratorical contest will be held two wore) alllilated. '
Lofbnrg. architect and con COLLEGE LAW Always strong this College, will be further .
his -
name while its : of control l iavalient
flag of the oratorical association. Blrenuth.
tractor of DeLand, was vlultlng In these colored men, woo Ism.in for the U. J. commending the activity of our people, under tbe auspices tied In the tall ot 1008 by Increasing the teaching fore and and by olTorliia
diggings last week. spotless, forcernl and the broad White Co. at Orange Hammock still, and praising our committee for the tree This contest will be participated two years' and a three vears'\ course or study. a
bonds of brotherhood its masthead. COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY Civil. Electrical Mechanical
at ,
In men representing all and Chen j
killed a monster six foot two inch rattier menduons energy they are putting into by young to degrees.
loal lending
Capt. James R. Pane of Fitzeralcl.Qa Engineering
I s Tuesday of last week, which wa the work. the literary societies of the college and COLLEGE FOIL TEACHKR8! college course for teachers leading to

", ls la this ideal locality, looking for Orange(City. in the act of striking one of the cutter The association enrolled about 800 In academy, and law school departments. degree; a .Normal School for Florida: school teacher; model school in all the a
garden land Investment.t grades of the public school, special omphnuia being put on the seventh
His snakeship carrying eleven rattlesBarberville. .: a recent meeting at St. Augustine. During the latter. part of tbewinter gratln: Klndprgurteii Training School in separate. building. andelitbth

9 t B. Powell of Turpentine City was The citrus fruit growers are banking I -- Everybody here is determined to make term, or early part of the spring term THIIACAUEMY-CiaesiualLatin: Bcienllflo and HoleD 11110 oours081o prep.
1 In this balmy air Saturday. There is debate between ration for college. Stetson: Is especially strong( In this work. Its (111116018+
their
trees. tbe enrollment .a thousand or more this an interdepartmental have !gone to Harvard. Yale, Princeton. iJornell) Michigan and. Chicago.
h nothing flimsy about him.C. Mr. George(: Dozier l Is as busy as a bee year. Nothing boa been left undone the college of liberal arts and college of BUSINESS: COLL.EGE-Bl1nklulf In ellita" bran'-hes; Bookkeeping! by the

W. Alklna of Crescent City was on at his packinghouse. which could contribute to this end law will be held in the auditorium of best methods; Shorthand and oommndton.'bullding.SCHOOL Typewritingelective; courses open' in other de.pertinents .
and
Miss Lillian Barber returned from lame faculty
a pilgrimage to this village Sunday Major Brenna says be is now a big DeLand Monday.Mr. More than a dozen counties have the university under the auspices of tbe ) OF MECHANIC -i.nrWool! harking, Iron Working, and
He ia a skillful fruit packer. voted to a full association. Manual Training,
appropriations
fruit grower and shipper. encourage has SCHOOL OP FINIS I!: ARTS-Drawing In Charcoal and Ink
Mrs. .J. M. McCorkle was at home Sunday Enthusiasm fur literary work ) Pointing In Oil
H. A. Hansen and four handsome attendance this '
upon meeting Water-color and 1'u-iel; new studio, costly caste, models, eto
Does it tbe
to of
IrCl children of this orange tree pay got very cream from Sanford. The official badges have come. Profa. never ran BO high at the university SCHOOL OF MUS1O-A $IOOUO pipe organ; 19 pianos; separate bulldlniii

yly.ii shaded town, took an outing in DeLand the trade? Try a Record ad. Mrs. Leon Felt of Emporia is visiting Botts, Gulp and Suhrle unpacked them It has this year It ia hoped that the large'faculty; thorough b... ,; courses of 48: opportunities and of hearing teachers.. oratorios. '
STETSON
*a Faculty professors they bold degrees
l last week. Gratitude Is the sweetest music that Miss Maggie Hill. and counted them on Monday and towns' people will come out In good from the University Chicago, Harvard. Yale. Colombia, Toiouto Wake For.

ii iir flows from the human heart. : numbers to witness this contest on Fri-- eat, Louisville, Bovtdoln. Utrecht Bucknell, University of Mln' Igan, DennlwD
found ,
1001
The Harper brothers, J. A. and G. 1 U: Mr. D. F. Morrison mule a business perfect badges. They were Arkansas Kaiamazoo Baltimore and other 'Institution There
and that active and: en ure nearly
of this boandry line, liked addled to Rumors and wireless telegraphy seem trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. carefully designed to symbolize some of day evening 400000 In buildings and equipment' ; over P:=!au.000" endowment; an endowed

GIss Jacksonville last week They are to be about e'luallD speed and accuracy. J. M. McCorkle's little daughter the influences which, working together, thnsiastlo support on the part of the library of over U.CKK) volumes; a beautiful rbapel with costly In.OilldiollstaluedIllass .
well of the windows, 7 oil pali,.tings, a $10."OI pipe
citizens of the town as as organ; a gymnael.
natural born Packing: fruit in time for the holiday have Influenced in a large measure the
gentlenen. Margaret was very sick l last week. um with complete apparatus ; an enclosed atbletlo, Held, running tiack, tennis
!i Mrs. Wlllongbby(: Minsbew and two trade baa kept many baud busy the educational ideals not only of DeLaud students of th I university will be givento courts, baseball diamond and gridiron, besides swimming golf, towing and other I
children of Powellvtlle visited relatives past two weeks. Mr. L. A. Tatum made a business but of all Florida and they symbolize the contestants by full attendance at sports; separate buildings for men and women: ten large laboiatorlesfor Chem.
trip to DeLand Sunday, returning Man the contest Admission will be free istry, Physios, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and 'Biology; several large museums
'tY In DeLand Saturday. She is a devoted Some of the new automobile horns day also the unity and good will existing and shops; electric lights" electrlo belts, steam heat, cement walks shell roods

wife and estimable lady. are so fierce there lent much choice between : between the educational institutions of and tbe exercises will begin promptlyat broad avenues, spacious campus, shrubbery and trees; social, literary, mneiuelandotheretud'snta'
Sun o'clock.. clubs star lecture ollureoo Christian and not
Mr. Roy Morrison was at home ; ; seutarlan
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Byrd and their hearing them and being inn over. the town of all of wh'ch our people are _-- .' .-- teaching The location is beautiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
handsome little day from Crescent City returning Sunday justly proud. For catalogues, views, folders and informaton, address tbe president,
son Legrand of Turpen Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lane and son of Fall Contours.
tine night An important meeting of the local LINCOLN BULLET, Ph.D., Lltt.D., L.L.D., DdLand, Florida.
City were visiting mammy and Kent, Con., returned to Orange City. committee will be held on Friday eve
Barberville school expects to have a afternoon Deo. 17th from
aunt Mary Cade here Sunday. He was snperinteadant of the Roberts ning. A great many details will then On Friday
Miss Jonney Thompson of Astor and groves two years ago. nice entertainment Friday night, December be worked out. From this time on to : three to five o'clock, in the studio,
the 17th. the date of the convention there will be Science Hall, the fall conconrs of the -
Miss Eva Minehew of Shenandoah Valley Did you ever see a town of its size .
Mrs Bernice Hoacock and her little ceaseless activity on the part of all our art department will be held.
farm were on this ideal spot last where its citizens had more pride in citizens in the work of preparation.
daughter Loretta of Daytona over Best work of pupils done during the
Wednesday They ale perfectly beauti keeping their houses painted attractively were What a fine opportunity we have to .THE. .
ful. than at here visiting relatives Sunday returning spread the name and fame of this beautiful fall term will be on exhibition
Orange City?
.. Tuesday with Mr. J. D. Heacock. city far and wide in every section A feature of special interest will be
Capt. Peter Pierson and son Eugene Messrs. Tucker, Hickey, Routt, Dean In Florida and far beyond its borders doll house rooms designed and decorated
1 Messrs. D. F. Morrison and Francis FLORIDA WAGON WORKS
veteran horticulturists There l ia
and the reason to believe that
owners and Hood have recently made new shell every by pupils from the training school department
McBride went to Crescent City Satnr of these will
of Klllarney farm, sure beat the beaters sidewalks. It l is a great improvement every one opportunities be
Improved. and that will do illustrating design and color
day to attend Quarterly Conference alt our people
packing and shipping asparagus decorations to their property and to Orange City. tbe M.E. Church South, returning 811D- themselves proud in the entertainmentof study with construction work. SCOTT HODGKIN, Propr.

Tourists are remarking about the day. their guests. All are cordially invited to come. --

Miss Jamie Woodard of Prlcevlllerefageed --
unsightly large stamps left upon some III:

a lengthy to New sojourn Smyrna during last the Fridayfor holi of the principal central streets. They The Clintons Go to the Penitentiary.Sheriff ; ALL KINDS OF ; .C
think they should be burned up or re- .
,4 days. She I la a young lady of lovely moved. Ed Smith returned Saturday
t personality from Oak Hill, from which place he PLANT PECAN TREESFor 1
We to that the bill Blacksmithing Horseshoeing Wagon-Making Repairing 1i
are pleased note
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Capt. John A. Frow of Fort Myers brought Edward Clinton and son Buck, ,
on south Volnslaa avenue has been i
and formerly of Sciota, Ohio, spent last and turned them over to a guard from
shelled. The shell is deep and good Shade and Profit. DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
week this the state the father to be-
in abiding rendezvous, soliciting penitentiary, I
? work done. We thank Commissioner
I fruit for a Philadelphia house. He you gin a term of two years and the son ten
Brooke. We can furnish them. Also Grapefruit Oranges anda
.\ in an old soldier. years. They were taken to Ocala, near : 4 4i
Miss Clara Barnum, of Connecticut which will be to workat general line of Peaches:! Plums, Pears, Japan Persim- 4C
place they pat

4s !. Lawaenue.Ml'. Tae and Pierson Dewey and, her of Cromwell two sons,, a will cousin be down of thu.again late this great winter.show man She, The a phosphate Clinton mine.were tried four times mons, Grapes Shrubbery, Figs, ,and Mulberries field-grown, and Rose Shade Bushes.Trees, Ornamental A Full Line of Wagons, Buggies, Vehicles !4p

rtJ Conn., arrived here Sunday to spend has
boat of friends
a here who will welcome
for the of the home of W. A'
burning
the winter with kinfolk They own a her back, Write for descriptive catalogue. Always on Hand at Reasonable Prices.
Goodrich near Oak Hill several years
.handsome property here.
Miss M. Dickinson is waking improvements ago. The first trial, in this county, i

Capt. Charles Swartengreen!: commander at ber home place, also improving they were convicted, but granted a new TURKEY CREEK NURSERYBox ---- --- -- -- -- --- -- ---- -.__ J

of the county convicts, came and repairing her cottages. What trial. A change of venue was then had

home here to bill Yosemite farm Saturday -' would Orange City be without Mies to Orange county, where they were 20, Macclenny Fla, :

quite sick. He is a cool, wide Dickinson, its friend? tried three times, one of which was a

< a't awake guardsman and a plucky, daring Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Northop. of mistrial,, another, .a new trial grantee .. IDEAL FERTILIZERSare i
l a'tyA official and U highly esteemed.
by tile Supreme Court The fourth
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Oak Park, Ill, node and aunt of oar

Mrs. J. A. Harper and tbe Peterson townsman, Mr. B. G. Pratt, will be conviction, the upper conrt-affirmed the THE "MARKET"LEONARDY now *' I

sisters. Misses Ida and Frederica, and down the first week In January to verdict of tbe lower court Exhaustingall

Miss Alberta Lindah), a four cluster of spend the winter and spring. Mr. and their means employing the beet BROS., PROPBS. REPRESENTED AT DELANDby I

perfect Fierson lady flowers, took a Mrs. Norihop visited Orange City legal talents to free themselves from Choice Northern and Florida Beef Mutton Pork
shopping to Palatks the crime, nothing was left after tbe ,
Saturday.: Col. B. several years ago. They will have
B. Mlnshew accompanied them. rooms at Mr. W. H. Cozen's. decision of the Supreme Court but for Sausage, Hams and Bacon. Fish. Always the best l

The malls this tbe Clinton's to begin their terms in the in the market. and
We regret to announce that Mrs. C. at place are loaded Prompt polite attention. Your MR. J. L. NUCKOLS
penitentiary. The father Is an aged< "
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with !
circulars from
the manufacturers
H. Cade, Mrs. A. P. Gunter Mrs L. E. patronage solicited
man and at the beginning of tbe prose
their
advertising
cheap whisky. In
A. Hagstrom and Capt. W. R. Powell
cntion was comfortably well off in cattle '
Jacksonville, Fla. known the world
for name time have been far from ,
and well over as the booze city, on account of and land, all of which went to employ; It l la nselosa to pretend to INTRODUCE a person
r SYrt;. are still on the invalid list, and the stuff manufactured there. We attorneys He was defended by Hon. () BO well known as l is :MR NUCKOLS. The older
a+ with Dr. W. H. DeLong of Emporia hopeat residents of DeLand and vicinity know all tbe good
their physician. the next wet and dry election the S. J Hilburn ot Palatka, and Judge iDT T MY things we could say about him and the new-comere i I

R. O. Wasson of Birmingham Ala., city of Jacksonville will clean booze state.Perkins and Lnndis & Fish assisted the FALL W WT will soon get acquainted. IDEAL FERTILIZER l is

and Its manufacturers from the beautiful equally as well and as favorably known, so we are
t. spending the winter at the former Emporia metropolis forever. w sure the many friends of both will be Kind. to know

borne, ref igeed to this hot-bed of T AND WINTER they cau have the pleasure of baying IDEAL FER
One ot tbe bust roads we ever saw The Messiah at Sunday's Vespers. STOCK TILIZER from MR NUCKOLS, and
friendship Friday. tr.) L. R. Felt and we are hoping
O. T. Hull made In Volnsia county CommissionerFisher Next Sunday afternoon a chorus of Wy this fact will give us even more orders than naaal.
pccM accompanied him. They Send for booklet. '
our
l is having lands between -"IDEAL FERTILIZERS'and
Orange
fifty voices accompanied by piano aDd
are they all are perfect Tbe gentlemen Emporia that's mulligan what City and DeLand. It Is l graded right BOwater organ, will alng tbe world's favorite i OF HARDWARE FURNITURE GLASSWARE CROCKERY ETC. THE "WHY FALL?"FERTILIZE CITRUS TREES IN
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k'p guards would Dot be will not stand on tbe road bed. and greatest oratorio "The Messiah." i W
complete without
It l is laid wide, deep, straight and level. w I i
their weight and measurement in its The music will begin promptly at 4 w WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
descriptive 118 t. The weeds cleaned away from the aides p. m. Miss Lena Conkling will sing w

I and it looks like a public thoroughfare. the beautlAll solos and recitatives complete T; is complete and the best' made, and at very small W JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA !!"

readers Old Dan and tips to all his friends hat, to wishing all Record them We note he allows no half loaded Mr.: H. J. Wilmshnrst will sing margin prices. I invite you to call and examine the :

wagons of shell or little colored boys the two important tenor solve and Miss wT
aU a very merry Christmas and a happy upon the work as baa been the custom Mary Zeigler will sing the alto solos ::: most complete stock of the kind. ever curried in De- W

1t aDd prosperous new'' year, striving that in making Volusia county shell roads In Mrs. Farrla and Mra Selden will be the T Land. See the new makes for this season. w "
t this old world shall be better for tbe
the past, for the connty to pay for. accompanists and Prof. John W. T YoW
blessings which have come to you, and Phillips will conduct. .
In your holiday shopping at the county Among the tonrlsts at Orange City T We also carry yT
Enerybody l ia invited to come. This Simon Pure No. 1
eat call at the enterprising, beautiful who have sent boxes of fruit as gifts to w
will be the lost vesper service of tbe
tores wnoae ads you are reading in the relatives and friends north for Christmas t- year. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass Paint Varnish y

Record. They have what looking cheer, are Mrs Sonle, Miss Anna I ,
you are
for and you will feel at home and be Hooker and Mr. W. A. Newcomb. It, Christmas Serviceo the First Meth- T::: and building material. in stock. Plumbing material Ww FOR

treated right by all these Record adver was all choice fruit packed from Mr. E. and fixtures hand w I
tisers. M. Carpenter's French avenue grove. odist Church Next Sunday on a first-class] plumber to do your w w Fall Application 1/

Major J. H. Hewitt, formerly of Los- This grove presents a most beautiful Morning, Dec. 19th. T plumbing, and all work guaranteed. W ...

Angeles, OaL, the state overseer of the appearance. It ia loaded with bright Volontaryoderato" (Mendelssohn 'w* w "--

Citrus Fruit Growers Exchange, was In fruit, not a russet upon the tree Lost ), Miss Lillian Hamlin. r w w "xQOU WANT TO BB: SURE You ARE RIGHT when you

this borough Friday inspecting the as spring Mr. Carpenter thoroughly Prelude-"The Lord l ia in His Holy 11n '1.give your order for fall application. To KNOW

sociation's packinghouse, shipping etc., sprayed tbe trees and gets lovely fruit Temple'1. < the'result.
and after examining: all the workings as We take pardonable Invocation. mn Sold

he addressed the directors and manage pride In writing of this grove for Hymn 107-"Joy to the World." No. 65 N. Boulevard DeLand Fla.AFFFFFFFFFFFFeFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEFQ by E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., Jacksonville Fla.
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neither time :
ment, highly complimenting/ the entire nor ex Dense boa been Prayer. '

crew, pickers, packers etc., upon their spared to make It the best. At some Carol -"Jeans Son of Mary" Miss Our
Warehouse
smooth operations. He answered many future time we will tell the Record Hamlin and choir at DeLand, in charge of

questions and said tbe N. IA Pierson readers, of all that this ground produce., Jet Lesson> -Chrlstmta selections T. E. ARNOLD.

association packing for it Is simply wonderful. The residence Gloria Patrl.

concern was a baa been lately remodeled U Solo-"The Angel's Message," Mrs. has a good supply of fertilizers for '
'model, with H. A. Hansen, A, Ander new E. L, Powe. you for quick orl ers.

son and Fred Hagstrom at the helm. and is one of the most comfortable at> fed Lesson-"Birth of Christ '" MM'M ..weeMN.s See him and get a bag.b .
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He aald they were deserving of most Orange City. It baa open tire places Luke II.Anthem.

,worthy praise and beaters. It Is nicely furnished -"Joyously Peal. Christmas N

t A most enjoyable event. The handsome throughout, furnishings all new, and is Bells," Mrs Powe and choir. ------ ---- --- .- --.

+d a hospitable home of honest Nels for rent by the season, or residence and Offertory-"Angel's Serenade," (Bte-

IIIId Mrs. Pierson of this thrifty, enterprising /grove for sale. ga.) the '
West
town 'was' thrown open Friday Seville. Old.Hymn' 110-"Tun Glorloai Song of and Iforthwest.sp I

evening last with a Cornish welcome to Dixie
the public for a box social for the bone Matb.Sermon-"Name and Work of Jesus" fiver and South Atlantic Limited.
1 at.
Mr. J. T. Moody Is serving his :
county
i "> Ot of the Methodist church.
A large as. a juror In DeLand this week. Hymn 111-"Hark, tbe Angela Sing" DIXIE FLYER. SOUTH ATLANTIC
',crowd< assembled and was charmingly Benediction _LIMITED.'
and .
'Entertained to a quiet Christian Miss Lillian Holle pent latter part of dosololfY.Poatiude"Receellional 11:18 885: P. ::- Lv..C"IOD.IU............. A.C. L. 735-
poundIng .
last week with friends March," (Ba U1s p. LV. W.ycr-............. .A. C. L Lao P. m.
at Anbnrndale. m.
P
box party affair, wblcn tiste. a. O1. lhoD..O. .
panned out ) 335 o1. Ar. ........ 5. F. li.ii p.: m.
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A nice little sum. At its close the good Mrs. Capt. C. Orr, of Brownville, is U.- o1. Ar..A.lcoD. .. .... ....., c C.O'. ee G.0.. see J50 .... o1.o1.

;people united their gleeful voices 1 In up for a few days seeing to the ship : The nary Dance. 11..5.. o1. Aa Ch.I11ODoon... W. lie A -
sweet accord and sent the praise heaven ment of her oranges and grapefruit SUCCESSFUL ,.;Ie p. 01.- Ar. NlOhyUI. ......,.NC.Q6t.L.:

'ward. Then the company dispersed, Mr H. Ashley, of Plersou, has Tonight, the 17th, the ladles of St TOOLS 7.30 a. 01-- Ar. St Louis- ..... ...............1 c.t.b ,,
opened Barnabas
'with, many good wishes for their charm np the market in town, and now Oar the Putnam.guild will This give la a to country be the social danceat know These tools Chisels have carved the their way to fame. To-day, those who? ?.:/t f P. m.. Ae Ar.. T.rr.Fv.n.vllle Hsut...:.......'L L. IJe'N:
pronounce Keen Kutter the Chisel : : ''' '' Si T H. ,
,. R t ring good Samaritan hostess and her people can have. fresh meats when vent of the Christmas. reason and II is Tempered nearly to the handle J.ud whetted perfect; sharp and reedy SncesM.foe ; Ar.: chtago' .: ,:.: .C:, ec E. 1.:

,beautiful daughters. wanted. hoped that a large crowd will attend It teal tanJIra selected white) hickory rlth leather cads ". ICno.vm................ L k N. r rI rs
: Is (In charge of some of the most prom) Ar. Corbin ..................L IJe N. 11..1.. o1. 'Ky
Last week Thursday while Old Dana Mr. J. S. Barns of A" Rlchad.: ............. J.
the J, J. D lrnes- nsnt women in town' and will be L. IJe N' Set p'm'At.
very ... .
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Tucker, of this shady nook: was taking Fain Co Atlanta, was .In town last Interesting. The Brand march will begin iii A" ...."lnltOD..t..N L. N: a 15 P: 01

r:"!( the: :Jabbering ; tick* of his grapevine week buying; several car of oranges at 8 3(1( and will be led by a poplar KilififtQUALITY '!!!!.I..;. ".. .... L..N:: : '788p..J5p:01A" : 01'.

*irircl M telegraph approach to his 6 0 from J, C. Robinson. c couple. Bnsbnell' orchestra will fnr- L.Mnon' ............. lieN .
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by olsb the music' and light refrenbinenttwill Ar. Loul'III.. .............1 l::k N: p.:
:!MMbaog. ; the Instrument keys checked The Misses TOOLaers.Rweeer Lv. LoulYIII. .. .15 o1.
Green, of Frnllland, spent be served daring the evening Everyone .P R. R. .15
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"exit a ItJSO sbe kle message front Capt. latter part of lost and first of this week saoaM come In costume ale lteoia-looiattr.thal v. on their waybj ', At. iae.neport.s1'.poll..P: R.: R.: JU5 I: m.
atop la their neeeM bu bcea reach. :. ==::= P. R
: oonnlry, which will k 6.umy by cheer Lace oAr: Chicago ..;::::::::::: t m.
f. o.JUeIllof New Smyrna for thea In our village, guests of their cousin log. The m" &itmost amus ( ___ ..P.R: : : u: :: m.CCTIt : I
prlos of admission Is 60 cents a
.' ATLANTIC LIMiTED
editor of the Volnsia .County Mire Eadelle Morrison each, or 91 a couple DO ot*. fur specta raokruvlle: to ClnalD...... ThmuKh -Thmugh bmti.r:'Luget coach,aIl':8'0"'D1' PullmIDJ"I"pln!.. ".to'
& Toole
rips Wn soW
M M.a aader Ihlo WrY sad Chl .._
r.tb
ereio.walmboription. .Gr.at Mr*. B. W.- Harrison and two chil- tore. The party Is for the benefit of 81. I Olning ear servlo., Atlanta to Clnctnn.tl
fI".I'1M .
; ) IIOtw..a stay' the rising. tide drew, of Bamando, spent latter part of Barnabas church, and everyone should .ialpRscNaa.Jt QMlJll. ,::!,"! fAflwnbyt .1fwgee Cb,_. ''r.J..Y. sleepinn- '.=.Kl...= ;rhno: S6.1 Logs and Pullman via "''eaplnw earl,.rookollie toEvanl.II.
come oat and Ile. Yarnn JJIDlol Atlanta" to.
help tbe "
good mry
iMMWF,,noted weekly from spreading' last week In town with her brother and canes For rtwrvapcns .
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