The Volusia County record
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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: April 19, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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A Verdict ot? Not Guilty In the New- .1, t'

Temporary /InJunction/ Issued In ton Case.
Drainage Suit Is Made Per When the Record went to press last .

The Normal Friday the Cirunit Court was engaged Delicious J:) S i
petual By Court. Department. trying James and Sarah Newton, i

On Wednesday last Prof. Theo. D. negroes, for the murder of a negro at a ..

Gov. Broward his board of drainage Culp, Principal of the Williston High turpentine camp near Pierson. The .' '.

for Infants and Children.Ccwtoria commissioners I and the five tax collectors School, arrived in DeLand with a del case was submitted to the jury Tuesday
of the several counties composing egation of his students and teachers. afternoon and that night at 7:80 it returned

Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare- the drainage district, have been perpetually Frot. Culp will hare charge of a revIew a verdict of not guilty. State

gone Drops) and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It enjoined from collecting, assessing class In Grammar and also In Algebra Attorney Jones for the State and Ben Hot Biscuit

contains neither Opl Morphine nor other Narcotic ar attempting to collect or assess the He Is a graduate of Pennsylvania College nett, Landls & Fish for the defense

nbatance. It destroys Worms and allays :}Feverlnhness acreage tax of five cents per acre imposed at Gettysburg and received his Several of the jurors sitting' in the I

S It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth- to finance Gov. Broward's scheme A. M. from the same institution. case said after the verdict bad been

I S Ingr Troubles and cures) Constipation. It resrulates the for draining the Everglades. Prof. Rellly, who has charge of the rendered and they had been discharged t

Stomach and bowels giving healthy an l natural sleep. The order of Jnd :e James W. Locke. Florida History is a graduate of that they thought the woman should MADE WITH 'J

The Chlldren'a Panacea-1 Mother's friend. In.the United States circuit court, mak. Bucknell University and has done have been convicted but in their da- 1

ing perpetual the temporary injunction some graduate work at Yale. liberation of the case thought it their

5 The Kind You Have Always Bought heretorore issued was banded down ye8' The Review class now numbers more duty to either convict both or turn both '

terday morning. than half a hundred, and new studentsare loose, and they decIded upon tbe verdict BAKING

i Bears thp Signature of This order the lands of the arlvlng almost every day. they; rendered. In this particular the RO' YAL
Southern States Land and Timber Company On Friday evening the entire Nor ;jury should have asked for further Instructions '
mal enrollment assembled In the par. from the court.
the lands of the Empire Land
lors at Chaudoin for social hour and
S Company. the lands of the Florida Wednesday morning the murder case
Cypress Company. It I in generally admitted spent the time up to 8 o'clock In a against the! three Orange City )
most enjoyable and profitable manner. McCoy. Roberts and '
that a similar order will end the
# I, A number of the Normal faculty were taken up, and State negroes'l healthful
6'In other drainage cases pending as the the most appetizing -
also In are
attendance. At 8 o'clock all ,
entered/ a nolli proseqni the
facts and tbe laws involved in each of
Use For Over 30 Years.professional were Invited to DeLand Hall for anhour's the negroes discharged. The evidence
the cases are the same varying only aa and of foods .
tnt OtNtUN OD" '".. ty ",,".,.gvn.t''. NtWVGflN 00W ___ to the amount of land held by each of humorous readings by Prof. against them was entirely circumstantial nutritious
the several complainants. Suhrle. S and of such a natnre that the State
At 7:15: on Saturday morning President decided not to go to trial on it.
The order, unless ------ -
his board of drainage commissioner Hulley gave the Normal class The Lake Helen negro, Graham, who

(Laros. HOW WARRIORS DIED. shall decide to prolong the fight through: his lecture-recital on Bobble Burns- pleaded guilty last week to rape, was Much depends upon the Baking Powder,
in the selection of his
stressing mate-
: sentenced dneiday morning to the
an appeal from the order of Judge
W. PERKINS Grant who time and again stood Locke, ends the drainage fight, and rial Scotch the humanity The teachers the world-famous State penitentiary for life.

JAMES untouched amid a ball of bullets. final marks a sweeping victory for those who poet. laughedand Court then adjourned to Mondaynext
cried by turns as the Doctor readin
lined the drainage and when it will again convene to
ly died of cancer.William np against plan his inimitable the love of
ATTORNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- tbe Silent survived numerous the acreage Times-Union, April 14. Burns.At way lyrics finish up the civil docket. ROYAL BAKINfl. POWDER CO., NEW YORK.

LAW. conflicts and campaigns only to the close of the lecture Prof.
_: be assassinated after be wan victori GOVERNOR BROWARD'S% Suhrle spoke to the class for a short AT THE CHURCHES. .
Florida --
DeLand. .
period, outlining the extra features of '

Will Practice In State and Federal ous.Napoleon, apparently bullet proof INSURANCE SCHEME Instruction and entertainment which ;
Courts have been provided for the teachersof St. Barnabas' Church. A STALLION'S WRATHBLIND eyed to take bream lie IOOKCO ubwu
and believed by bill followers to beara
the Review Class. that longer
upon a mangled shape no
TEWAKT & BLY, charmed life, died almost alone of Gov. Broward :of Florida intends, to The Algebra class has been divided S St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. struggled or stirred or even breathed.

a cancer. insist upon his plan of state life insu Into three sections, so as to provide Campbell Gray Rector. FURY IN A BATTLE ROYAL
Then tbe last of his righteous fury
Cortes the conqueror of Mexico after rance. In his message to the last Leg suitable work for all who wish to takeuo April 21st, Third Sunday after Easter. WITH A BUCK.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. hnlf a lifetime of desperate flgbtlng islature he brought It forward and he that subject. One class In chargeof 7 a. in Holy Communion; 9 a. m. Morning faded out. The sight and the smell of

is recommending it to this Legislatureand Dean Smith, another is In charge of prayer; 9:80 a. m. Sunday school, the blood Blckeneil, him and In a kind
'>ftl.e In Bank HniMing DELAND. died In Spain of typhoid fever negll.ct.elillud will use his influence in in its Prof. Cull, and still another\ in 10( :30 a. m. Choral service with sermon. Tli. KnrnKPd Kiilii| ..'. Attack Only of terror he turned away For a few *

Branch office over POdtoffict'.DA V'!ON A deHplsml by those whom he had behalf charge of Director Buhrle 5 p. m. Evensong. Dally service at 5 p.m. Crimed Wh.. Ills Illnh Aullrrxil hesItating moments be stared about his I

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--- ------- -- --- -- There is no doubt that the state The class In Arithmetic has out Baptist Uburch. Foe Lay a ftlaD..I".I. Onttercil Man lIttle (ictioiit and then finding It bad

Cary D Lamlis B<-rt Flnh Washington survived the perils of could furnish life insurance to the grown Prof. Smith's room and will Iliat No Longer Drentbed. grown. hateful to him he forsook: It

LANDIS & FISH!'! the nlldeiness, the dangers of Indian people of Florida for less than hereafter recite In Rom 5-the largest Services at the Baptist Church will
money of
onward tbe edge
warfare, nil the bullet nnd balls of a they pay to life Insurance companies, class room In the University The be as usual, at 11 a. m. and 7:80: p. m, At about o'clock In the morning at anil 1 puilu'd on
of the in the morningwill tin sti'on in liutncen the black. Impend
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS-!: score of RevolutIonary bottles and the and it Is also true that those who took next move will be to the Chapel. Subject sermon that mystic hour when' nature seems to
be. The Personality of Jesus send, a to all her animate children ing wullH of tln, forest.-Charles D. G.
AT-LAW, hardships of a seven years campaignto out Insurance with the state would be State Superintendent Holloway has message
bo bled to death by his doctors. just as certain to get their insurance been invited to deliver the address at that of the evening. "Ruth Anthems" preparing them for tbe advent of Itoberts In tVntnry.Lincoln .
"These Are Stair
L for the day ,
t) Land Florida when it due the Normal Commencement May They stallion shook ,
\ money was as are those on dawn, the white got up
Lord the English Stainer.
Cllve. conqueror "I and Omega"
Will Practice In State and Federal who insure in the regular life Insur. 27th It is hoped he may be able: to am \lpha hImself stepped softly down to the and CII. Blbl.
Solo Mrs. Oates in the and
of India a bold, active warrior exposed the by morning
Courta. and to death In scores of desperate ance companies The chief objectionwe accept invitation. solo by Prof Webb B. Hill in the evening brook' edge for a drink and then fell Mr. Lincoln as I saw him everymornIng
facilities for examining the the
to plan Is
perfecting Special land titles battles and by several plots, fell a of see keeping the: Insurance impossibility managersout You are cordially invited. to cropping the grass wherever It remained lu the carpet slippers be won

victim after his return to England to of politics. The Insurance depart. TilE MODERN UKUMMEH.: Church South. green. The forest though to In the house and the black clothe no
I I r.. McCRORY, tbe op'nrn habit and committed sulft ment that the state would have to Episcopal a careless ear It might have seemed tailor could make really fit his gaunt

O>, .A. establish would become tilled with L. B. Van Demon's Representative Regular services every Sabbath at 11 as silent as before, bad In reality stir bony fiamevun a homely enough fig
deiellcts of political campaigns It a m and 7 80 p m; Sunday school at 10 red to a sudden ephemeral lIfe Far ure. The routine of his life was simpletoo.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ------------ would become the home for political Will Travel In Automobile.That a m; Junior Epworth League 8 pm;Sen. off from some high rock a she fox I It would have seemed a treadmill

-- \o+o Rv. laeo..... cripples and Its funds would be subjectto the C. B. Van Deman. Company ior prayerraeeting Epworth League Wednesday 6 80 p m 7; mid-week 80 p m. A barked sharply. Faint, muffled chirps I to mint of ua lIe wa an early riser.

5' DeLand, Florida. "So ou !hare: decided that Tallaferro political influences. wholesale dealers are up-to datein every cordial invitation is extended to all from the thick bushes told of Juukos When I came on duty at 8 in the morn-

cannot marry your daughter." What would happen would be this: respect is evident from the fact that these services and chickadees waking up to sea If all lug ho wits often already dressed and

S !la' B. Wrljhl. S, B. Wrluht*, Jr. Mot! assuredly not; wouldn't have Political doctors would pass all sorts they purchased yesterday a new, one was well with the world. The mice reading In the library. There was a.
Cadillac machine In which
of applicants and the death rate cylinder one The First Methodist Episcopal Church.
such a son-lii-luw big table near the center of the room.
[ & WR1G.HT, of their representatives is to tour the let up a scurrying In tbe grass and
WRIGhT "Wbat's the trouble? I* be dissipated among the insured would be hip, and in Rev Wm J. Harkness, Ph D., Pa* There I have seen him reading many
state the interest of the firm. presently a hlitb antlered buck steppedout
the and clerks would in
?" managers tlmoH. And! the book? Wa have all
A''TORNEY8-A'r.LAW. or profligate time be partisan The effort wouldbe The machine will\ be shipped to San. tor.Sunday school 10 Preaching of the shadows and started across
edition daIIIXP a.m. ; lic'iird of the president's fondness for
"Everything,: He him an
NOTARIKR PUBLIC continual to have the insurance ford Wednesday, from which point thecompany's League 6.45 the open toward the brook.
service 11:00 a in.; Epworth :
bow be Infuriated Secretary
of hlniHelf. but is In reality Shakespeare
S U .!,.* at Telegraph Office. opinion money invested in home enterprises, representative to start. p. m Evening service at 7:80. The dark buck himself a moving
FLORIDA. only n paper backed copNewIr" some of which would doubtless he of a Messrs I tut to Si Co. are now busily -.- shadow saw the stallion first and Stiintoii by reading "Hamlet"tvhlle ,
DE. AND, ; l'r.ss" character. It At the Christian Church. they were waiting for returns
highly speculative may engaged/ in building a large sample box stopped with a loud snort of astonish.
be said that tbe Finance Committee which will be placed in the roar of the Bible school Lord's Day 10 a. iu.- Tbe stallion\ wheel from Gettj-Hbuig We know too, how
J B: ALEXANDER, .. that would have charge of the Investments machine in which the representative Christian Endeavor. 6:43 p in. ; Prayer; ment and defiance. he kept ed bluet meetings waiting
Intruder for -
A Most Valuable Agent.The would be men bove being Influenced will carry various samples of goods to meeting Wednesdays 7:80 p m. ; In the ed about, eyed the a witha moment while be rend them the latest of Petroleum

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. to make risky investments show to the merchants of the state. morning the S. S will stay to the. doubtfully then trotted up V. Nasby'i witticism It was

,. glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce'lmpdlcln..s But how are you going to get mcn of This Is probably the first firm to purchase church services and the Pastor will whinny of pleased Interrogation. Ha tbo Bible which I saw him reading

Ufllce In Brush Block. greatly enhances the medicinal that kind when thOR who will dominate an automobile for their traveling' preach a sermon \illustrated with a box bad no dread of tbe antlered visitor, while most of tbe household still slept

DeLand, Florida. medicinal properties which roots It and extracts holds from in solution native the insurance department will be representatives and now that the C. B. of earth seeds, plants, etc. Subject, but rather a hope of companionship in \VlllUm' \ H Crook In Hsrper' iii....

AN.1 Practice In State and Federal, alcohol partisans, some of whom would have Van Deman Company has started the "Growth." In tbe evening the union the vast and overpowering loneliness sine:
much better than would. It also
Courts medicinal of Its axes to grind? ball rolling it is believed that other services will be held here and the subject of the alien night.

possesses valuable properties own, It seems an easy matter to enact a firms in Jacksonville will soon fall inline will be, "The Door to the Presence The buck however was la anything
being a demulcent nutritive law to the effect that there shall be no Chamber." .\m to Ink.
O. A. -Times-Union, April
QB. and mood. His veins aflame

antiseptic antlferment. It adds
politics Insurance business of the J. W. B. SMITH. but a friendly All the world uses Ink. Mast of It I Is
greatly to th..mcacy of the Black Cherry- Mr. Charles H of this of the rut-
Campbell the arrogant pugnacity
place with
S PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, state but it would be next to Impossible Pastor very bud l. but once In a great while we
bark, Bloodroot Golden Seal root. Stone to enforce such a law in letter is the house's representative who will ting season, he saw in the white stranger
find "em-re" that write
an we can S
S DELANO. FLORIDA. root and Queen's root, contained In and spirit. The Governor points out one this automobile in his rounds. His Union :Service.! only a (possible rival and grew hot
Office at residence, Indiana avenue "doWon Medical Discovery subduing territory extends from Kissimiuea north with early every Ink corrode the
in and in number of his Wltb an
that Canada approach.
a "The South and with rage at
Conrt House. chronic or lingering coughs bronchial, along the Atlantic Coast line to Crescent Presbyterian, M. E. lieu, and nearly every pen poisons and
countries state insurance is of his slim tore
Office Hours 9 to 111. :a to 4. and '7 to 8. throat and lung .affections,for all of which European to be but because City, and Mr. Campbell says he proposes First M E. churches wljl unite with the Impatient stamping I dries nl'| tbo Ink. There never waa a
proving a success the
these agents are recommended by sttnd- Christian church at 7:80 p. m. The hoofs be gave challenge, but to
in all the
to use the auto reaching properly constructed Inkstand or Ink: *
It is In the countries namedit
a success Pastor will preach and there will\ be a this an unknown lan
stallion was
ard medical authorities.
"RS. VIDA Z. BAERECKE. M. D. doesn't follow that It would be a towns between these points. well. But we must have patience. All
fine musical You are cordially his
In all cases where there Is a wasting program guage. Innocently be came up,
in this It will be good things come to the fellow who
away of flesh loss of appetite, with weak success country. invited. nose stretched out In question, till ba
PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Itomafli, as In the early stage of conIum recalled that the public utilities Death of :Mrs. Exlej. J. W. B. SMITH was within a few feet of the motion waits nnd prnjs. The word "Ink" preaeuts ,
Dilpn I ,there can be no doubt that ;Iy.cerlne expert from Glasgow who visited Chicago Sec. In Its formation not only a historical
for the of Mrs. Josephine V. Exley died sadden less buck. Then to bill astonishment
/acts as a valuable nutritive and purpose giving an memento of the original I In-
Offloe on East New York Avenue aids me U J Idea Seal root. Stone root opinion on the advisability of Inaugurating ly Monday night of heart failure, at ... .. '- the latter bounced suddenly aside, likea ventom and almost sole users of that

DELANO FLORIDA. Queehs! root and Black Cherrybark i In municipal ownership of street the home of her foster daughter :Mrs ..aitf,OM* :..r. [' .**". ball, stood straight up on his hind fluid, but also another vivid example 'S

promuUng digestion and building up the railroads in that city said that while W. A. Steed on West New York Ave. One of Urn. (fimnlo I cHiVnts: In b'I.' '" legs and struck at him like lightning
D R. A. 8. MUNSON. flesh tiMfafrengtb. controlling the cough municipal ownership a success in She bad been ailing and about side abed] slim fore hoof of the abbreviating power of our lan
stealing lm 'eni'il. In l'hI: o one if with those keen edged,
about condition : < ;
healthy :
and brlntvig a |'i| Its Italian "Inchlos-' ,
for week but the before guage. cognomen
Glasgow he thought It wouldn't be lu a was up day
of the wfile system. Of course It must the joins tluit nil: l.u..n.:.' 1 led 1 tiN It waa a savage assault, and two long .
: einncUd work miracles./ It will Chicago on account of political con and was at the supper table tbs night tro, means literally "la a cloister" and
not to and
HOMEOPATHIOXFHYSTCIAN. league I 11 l hn > nm.ilnu., It wim close red furrows, one longer deeper
i isi n
not cure nlumptlon except In its earlier ditions that prevailed there.It previous. About 10 o'olock Monday leeiilN to memory the deep obligation S
will nh tl.PUte she discovered breathing race between Limne;; and Hamilton. for than the other, appeared on the stal- .
Stages ft .lira v Pry yygn... is true of course that a vast night was < which literature owes to those ecclestnsticnl
of Fisher'
10:. Office Second Door Store.OI'I'ICII South. hang-fm, chrn!. ) jha. nphlill amount of money goes out of the South heavily In her bed. The family physician the bonom In base stealing, and tbe lion's silky white flank. I retreats In which' its vestal :
Drug n e i rouTI.aQ4chroaIQreIn, was summoned, bnt the and camea euson' was drawing to u close The' In tbnt Instant the wanderer's friend
3 5 ever to the lite Insurance com flies were: so long piously\ guarded .1
HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; to !loarseneaa. acute cougfifecllve. ) year
and 7tosp.m.% I fl I not au e iris In the lingering panics of other states, but if the Flor- few minutes after his arrival, though game was close and Lange led off In liness vanished and an avenging fury New York Press. ".\

DeLand Florida. bang-on coughs, or those of long standing, ida Legislature is wise it will insist stimnlents were administered to revive. the eighth inning with a two bagger. took Its place. ills confidence bad

even whenaccompanled by bleeding from that the government of the state be her. The body was prepared for shipment Anson went to bat and laid down a been cruelly betrayed. With: a harsh .. \

JOHN REEVE "- lungs, that It baa performed Its most confined to matters pertaining to thegovernment to her former home and native perfect bunt. Intending to sacrifice. squeal his mouth wide opn and lips -. ."
QR. marvelous Savannah undertaker J. A.
cures. city, by
and that matters that are lIe went out In a close finish at first drawn back from his formidable teeth, Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
Prof.PInley Elllngwood, M. D.,of Bennett business shall be left to individuals Allen. It left for Savannah Tuesday I ; J ;
Med. College Chicago of glycerine purely discovered Lauge still he spraug at his assailant But the
say and looking
f JY8ICIAN AND SURGEON and corporation A life Insurance night accompanied by Mr. Steed and up. and Don't Know It. ;
: the family, the funeral services being held. perched on second. He was furious buck had no vain Idea of standing up
attached to
"In dyapepala Itaenrea excellentpurpoae.Holding department .
Office in tore recently occupied by a fixed Quantity of the peroxide of state could easily be turned into a at that place Thursday. Some time ago but that condition v>'ns mild compared against this whirlwind of wrath which How To Find Out. *
hydrogen: In solution.I It l is one ot the benbmanufactured machine and it would be next she had 'an attack of heart trouble. to wlmt he f'xpt'I'i..llcl..1 un Instaut Inter he bad evoked. lie bounded aside, Fill a bottle or common glass with your
Dr. Mellettc. Residence 408 West :: political '
products the present time In water and let It stand twenty-four hour a
Mrs. Esley lost her husband at the and watched for :; :
but hurriedly
New York Ave. Its action upon enfeebled dlHordered atomac'hn to impossible to keep such a machine whu'i: Limit' Htoli- third-nnd took lightly, sediment 'I
DeLand Florida. ,enpeclallr If there U ulceration or ca- entirely clean. It would be an instrument Savannah home last fall. since which the lend, for linsu running honor an opportunity to repeat his attack. or settllng -' ;
I (catarrhal' Inflammation 1 of time sha has gradually failed In health. Indicates an
: :Mar: of oppression and corruptionand Tbe stallion, however was not to I J
Id a nio efflutent preparation. unhealthy eondl\ .
DR. H D. BRACEY. Glycerine will relieve mnny caneaof pyrotila might easily become the means of She was in her filth year. be caught again and the dashing ferocity tlon of the kid'I.'

heartburn aridity l ) sod excessive gaatrlo. (atomach) undermining credit of tbe state. Letter to J. P. Mace. of his rushes kept his adversaryceaselessly neys; If It stains r

; Mealcal< DIIICOYen'"enriches andjlmpleo It is worthy of notice that In New on the move, bounding S your linen Ita\ '
DENTIST. purllloa the blood curing blotches. York it hasn't been possible to keep All who may be going North daring DeLand, Fla. '
: I air and leaping aside to avoid evidence of kidney .
Into the ,
eruptlona. ecrufulous awulllntfs and old[ soreS. tbe offices that superintend the insurance the coming months will doubtles be 1 .
In all .at
Dear Sir-The: cheekiest fraud teeth. The buck was trouble; too .
Office: First door west of Bank. uiers. free of pleased to learn that the "Frisco" those disastrous
of that state sys
ors to Dr. B. V. Pierce" : of Buffalo. N. ToO companies paint t is. paste paint. Here's one. would frequent desire to* .. .
tern of railways has arranged' for an independent awaiting what ba felt aura coma
Florida. all, be I
.DeLao" for free booklet tellln* about tbe natIve scandal. It can easily pictured Lawyer Arley B. Magee, Dover Del., pasa it or pain Intha : '
medicinal root componlmsdiclna. thto wonderfulIcohol what tbe condition of affairs would be steamship service from Florida -tha chance to strike agaln-and his !
M ASSAGE. aoera'anoali"Golden :; la 1UA to New York to fight the Steamship painted his house four year ago with I I back I Ia also I II
S if the insurance companies were run pasta paint at a cost of $44 for paint and confidence In biB own supreme agility; convincing proof that the kidney and bladder \
formed. This Is the
,L_ --. by, the state., -Savannah News. Trut recently for Floridians to assist opportunity in $61 for labor; total $100. The house got kept him from any apprehension a* to I I are out of order. ;:

A. M.-000DM4N. M. D. LFRED HOWARD, keeping competition. The regular shabby in two years;' then be painted the outcome of the fight What to XX). :t:

TO PROHIBIT TIlES Havana steamer up will call for Florida Devoe at very different cost: f 18 forpaint But the buck' great weakness lay I r There I la comfort In the knowledge aor '*:

11(ISS MAUD GOODMAN SURVEYOR..AND DRAFTSMAN for New York. Specially and (80 for labor; total (48; In his Ignorance his insufficient knowl. ., often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer' Swamp- '" \

.A SALE OF LIQUOR low passengers rate for this spring and summer. [Paste paint |10o; Devoe *4S. edge of the game ba wa playing. ,'I Root. the great kidney remedy fulfill every' 1*.'
It Is like fatting hogs on milk t water., wish In curing rheumatism, pain .In the' '
821 WOODLAWN BoULEVARD Mapping a Specialty Service strictly first class.. Call on, or / Ba bad no idea that his rushing white '
back, kidneys, liver bladder and 'J.
Pasta paint is t whitewash. every pert I
Presents Resolution address Professor G. P. Carson, De- antagonist bad any other tactics at' I
S Humphries S l of the urinary pusage. h corrects Inability! ;, f'.
v/ COUNTY ABSTRACT, MICHIGAN AVENUE!, DELANO. FLA. Land, Fla. Yours truly command. When b* gave way I to hold water and scalding pain In paaalne* 'J

S 'INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE In The_Senate. 23 F.W. DEVOB & CoG fore ba ,went Just far enough tber"l it, or bad effects "following use of. liquor.I, -J:

COMPANY. S The Judge Vies Forceful Language.' W. Fisher sells our paint. cape the stallion' teeth and I wine or beer, and overcomes that unplaaaant

5' V. H. VOORHIS Tallahassee, Fla., April 15.-To-day Simmons tore feat The stallion, on the other [necessity of being compelled to. go oftem''I' 1.
Bert Fish, Cary D. Land1.S : Judge W B. of Fincastle I'I ,
S, Senator Humphries presented a resolution ban!. ooo realised the futility of his during day. and to cat up many times
President and Trea
Bee y Dentist to be concurred in by the House, Va., told the reported that L. & M. Election Notice present method of attack against so during the night. The mild and the eau.-r. .1
,' proposing an amendment to the con.stitutlon Paint wa used on his residence In 1883\ ordinary,effect of Swamp-Root la won.' "
Insured. nimble an adversary'
Title of the state that the manu and held its color well for 21 years; he SOn realized. It stand the highest for its wott-J
Abstracts furnished and title perfect P. O. Block, DeLand.-Fla. furthermore said that 8 years ago he Notice is hereby given that the An'' his next rush therefore just a* derful I
of the ,
and sale of Intoxicating cures moat dlatratalnf --.
ed. Maps, Plat and Blue Print Sup- facture wa induced to me another paIns and is nnal Election of the City ,of DeLand the buck bounced aside be wheeled In S '
and 1.30 4 in If need the"
Hour*: 8 80 to 19 to liquors shall be forever prohibited be held the Conn House In Raid you a medicine you should have *
S plied. : Senator Tram- sorry be 'did, because tha other paintdlrtn" will at a abort half circle unit' Innhed out high beau Sold '
Opposite VoluiU County Bank. the state of Florida. City on Tuesday. May 7th; 1907, for the I by druggist In fiOo.andjr. siass.,
S DBLNI, FLORIDA S mel introduced a bill providing that make rood. The Judge will now of electing thafollowing officer, and far with his steel nliort heels.. The I i .Vollmay have a.sample,bottle of this "
L. M because be pnrpoM
railroads and other common carriers always use Sc knows buck wa Just within the most deadly wonderful 'dlacovary Kf" "* /
W, C, CANNONS' claims for lost damaged if any defect exist In L. & M. Paint to wit:- S' 'and book that (; 4
CITY REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE shall pay Mayor. range of the blow. lie caught the terrific a t.lIaf
freight within flxty daye from the tile house will be repainted for.nothing. : ----of'the CltyConnclU the bnxo or theneckand 'I I mora about,both dnt _' ""
Three Members Impact on, J
and Sale Stables. .. :
5, S OFFICE!: .9F Limy, Feed time of Ming such claim and, In failure City Clark. S SI the forward. 1'"lut'of' tu! ,.honldar ,absolutely free by mall.Addrea.br. ',_, '
S to be liable for 110''per cent: per The L. te t>\. Zinc harden the L. & M. Treasurer.' Kilmer tM.MM( .
JC.H..BAYWARD S Fine Fashionable) Turnouts annum on the amount. and also for an White Lead and make L. & M. Paint, i One City Member of the" Board' of Public and went down a* If'nn explosive bul- Co., Blnchamton.N.Y. Whan ** .1..1]

Bus'meets all train al A. c.'L. Depot. attorney' fees for collecting. I wear like Iron for 10 to IB :year Works ,' let had struck him: Before be;could tkmraadinf thucanarauaoOu.lathi ,

4i! City Pmperty Slaitl.; Ha write. Back"' meet morning/ and afternoon F B.: .. I Actual cost of L. &:! M. .about' 11.20 i I The ,Poll, *of said** Election* ** will open, at even stir to rh'.'the ntnlllon\ wn upon 'Don't make any mistake;but'retneiar*' ';;'

for the Aetna "Tha leading fire inrarnoa 0- Ry.trains is Orange: City, and night For Bent-House with modern per gallon.. eight o'clock, a.' m. and will close at him. trampling 1 battering. inenllngY '
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of Amertca'one of the train at DeLand Junction.I V B Hall the'liAmSwampBoot Dr. JKU .
a company SS .
Donation of L. ; M. made to biting mndly anti tbe fight wa* 4_
and sundowru
veniences' -
faw Ore companies now very popular In both route Hack. "' meat boat at Berasfonl.Qaiitla 0011'1 Imer'. Swamp-Boot and tb'p4.
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J :r;.r..r r'r;:::1 VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD The v Cubans are to have another 1 HARD SURFACE ROADTO 1 ALL OVER THE COUNTYITEMS I had to all turn out and fight fire They

election and try again for self- THE COAST got it checked before any serious dam. 'I 'I'

1 government next fall.. In time OF INTEREST WAFTED TO hge Last was week done. Mr. and Mr,. McCne) Watts &; Miller Co. ,

I ; DeLand Ha the United States must absolutely County Commissioners Let Contract THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS
Bnt rd In the Postofflo; at started to Chicago where they expect (Incorporated)
M second olass matter 'I control and govern the island at Special Session This/ Week. CORRESPONDENTS. to reside in the future Their friend .

We may as well take it over now -- here are sorry to see them leave, but HARDWARE FURNITUREUNDERTAKING -
Editor& Proprietor. The Board of Commissioners,
Pierson. poor health made it necessary for themto
In special session held last. Tuesday and
The Florida Legislature is now be near their children., We begin\ the New Year a very attractive line of
Wednesday for the purpose let the contracts
Latest reports from Russia indicate down to work, and it is going to for a bard surface road from J. J. Hughes, a t>laoksmitU of Lake Tuesday, the lift, Mr. Wm. Bredow :

w+' that the Czar prefers to be be a strenuous, busy session. The DeLand to Daytona, nsing the present Helen, spent Monday her : and Miss Ruby Patrick were married at Bedroom Sails, Parlor Furniture, Hall Racks, Bed, ; "

blown up by proxy investigating committee is now road a great deal of the grading on Mr. Sam Woods of Seville\ had. his !St.:: Petersburg. Fla. where Mr. Bredow MattressesNational Springs.. '
baa been street car conductor for some Lounges Felt .
at work, and.it will find out what which have already been done. best girl out riding here Sunday. .

There is one thing certain; a the Broward administration has The contract for the grading and Mrs, I.,, C. Hughes, of this place, ia time. They arrived here Saturday and '
will spend the week: with his parent Line 0" China and Japanese Mattldg'iWe I
tnrnplklne to be >80 feet wide, above A Very Complete
y little paltry $5,000,000 conspiracy been doing with the people'smoney. high water mark through all the flat visiting in Lake Helen this week, before returning. .

was never capitalized in. New woods and low places, was awarded to Capt. Jerry Kelly, of Emporia, was a will take pleasure in showing you through our
business visitor at this place Saturday. stock at time. Careful attention
'\ UrangMiss any
\ Jersey. mile the distance "
B. T.Long at$500 per ,
O. L. 'naval City. given all Mail orders ; : : : ;,
It is now conceded that the to be from the northern city limits of Harper, stores operator of

As soon as Secretary Taft gets next crop of oranges will fall short DeLand to the western city limit of here.Maytown, Sandayed with bill parents ( Ada G. Maaaey Is the duly accredited FUNERAL DIRECTORSMr.

into Ohio, force of habit will be of the crop just marketed. The Daytona, about 22 miles. agent: of The Record at Orange
to prompt him to SIt on the The contract for the hard surfacing of The trained kmock-a-bont stroller is City and will accept subscriptions ancads J. A. Stith graduate
sure drouth has seriously
prolonged for the same. Any courtesies extended in embalming, and licensed by
the road shell and marl aa a material muttering around the horrid bunch of
.; Foraker.lid. affected the size of the crop for her will be duly appreciated.) the State Board of Health, Is in '-'
"' to be eight feet wide, the shell or marl excess baggage. charge of this department and -.
; during the coming season. Down lowerin to be nine Inches thick at crown or cen- Mrs. John Horn and ceildren dressedoff will give prompt and careful
.f, Events in Washington the orange belt there has beenno tre and six Inches at the edges was the family graves in the Lutheran Orange City has been well represented attention to every detail of this'

I k,' the past week have made Browns- rain for seven months, and awarded to W. C. Cannons$3,600\ per Cemetery on Monday. in DeLand the past week, court beingin work.

t'i, ville seem like,the,original home are yet bare of mile. )[r. Cannons to five a good and Eugene Plerion. who wears the badgeof _Ion. Funeral Supplies
of.the rest cure. many groves sufficient bond to be approved by the Mr. and Mn. Marshall and party, who
a mannerly, polite mulligan guard,
leaves all droppingfor Stock.
t foliage, the Board at the May _Ion. In the sum ot went to DeLand Saturday have spent some time here, left for the Always In

,:, In nautical parlance, Mr.Bryan want of rain $10,000 for the prompt and faithful ful north, Friday.
Telegraph operator Charlie Smith and
,'.' seems to have anchored to the fillment the contract. Be is given, Herman Pye. clerk in the Harper store Mrs. Freeman and sister, Mrs. Jenks,

; government ownership proposition Volusia county is to-day in the barring bad weather and labor troubles, strolled to Seville on Sunday. are spending a week with Mrs. Spencerat
r front ranks in the matter of hard until January let 1000, to complete the Cassadaga.

t'* with a spring on his cable. surface roads. True, she has'nt contract. Mr. Cannons, however thinkshe Misses Mattie and .Frankie Pierson Mrs Alice Cromer was in town a few The Hobart M. Cable Pianos
ladies of this
of the work stunning young place,
;. It it hardly to be supposed the them all over the county, but she within can have most completed went shopping to DeLand on Friday. days last week visiting her father Dr No one ever thinks of making. comparisons -

''i.::: railroads will demand any rebate has made a. good start and she There year.went several other bids in for House painter H. A. Hanson, of this Hill.Saturday.She returned to Jacksonville on s ',+ > between the Hobart M.Cable \

'., on those stolen coal lands they will take no back step. Her next the work, one a little lower than the place, treated himself to a handsome +, f 1 Pianos and any other Piano. The
Mr. L J. Crlstler
I are returning to the government. public road improvement will bea bid accepted, but a majority of the pony horse purchased from David 1 of Mrs Frank Hill and from'Tueeday wife were guest noon superiority of the Hobart M. Cable
Commissioners Meoars.Potter, McBride
surface from here to Jones.
hard one until Wednesday 10:80 train, when they Piano la so marked that when one
In addition to being the home of of the and Brooks voting to aooept these bids Horn the Induitrlons well.
'j; the coast. It will be one CI\pt.John went tn Orlando. speaks of Pianos it Is simply the Hobart
Ohio has a* best submitted taking everything posted blacksmith of the Lake George \ "
the Gerrymander, now most important and popular thor consideration. Messrs. Murray and :\11' Lewis Young returned from Jack. 4'f' M. Cable. This Piano Is a delight to
." the distinction of being the originator in Florida. Timber Company, Sundays with home eonvillc the last of the week. His 3{ : -4''.
oughfares Byland voted In the negative, Mr. Murray folks. I eye } the skilled musician. The tone is rich,
of the "philopena boomlet. it much better and he hopes to be ableto
: voting to let no contract price at all .
.. I clear and harmonious. Don't think of
J, W. Mc .eod. a leading lawyer of
The truck of Sevilleare and Mr. Ryland desiring to accept one eee ont of it in the near future.
0F growers Lafayette county had business here .... : purchasing a Piano until you have
Mr. Rainey, of Illinois, seems in luck this season. Theyare of the other bids. The Presiding Elder, Dr L. S. Rader, i
t Monday. He was a guest of the Mrs. n "
the Hobart 11. Cable
f-- the statesman interview with the successful will at the M. E. seen and heard
: to have been only marketing about 1,500 barrelsof In an Pierson honesCapt. preach Orange City
I who bethought him of the virtues bidders The Record war assured that Church Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Piano.
(' from the muck
;: Irish potatoes Peter Pierson is marketing some
.n work will begin at ones on the contract. All are cordially invited. Quarter!;
I of shoes the Panama trip. J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
;0//. .gum' on gardens around Lake Louisa, and Mr. Long will begin actual work next fine bunch onions, cabbage and carrots conference will be held at the church

Ii'' furniture is are getting from $5.00 to $7.00 week and Mr. Cannons a* soon as his in DeLand, and asparagus and bean in Monday morning 9 o'clock. All members
While the !
party New York. requested to be present!
\ : falling around and brealdnp:, Mr. per commission barrel net.houses Representativesof North have The approved.work will begin from this end. W. H. North of Rice Creek made a The Sunday Times-Union containedan JOHN B. WELCH.

l F irba.nks. seems to be devoting! At last we are to have a good hard trip here, returning Friday accompaniedby item which filled many readers with ,

;" himself assiduously to keeping been there and have made offers II surface road from DeLand to Daytona.and Misses Carrie and Annie Powell, horror. After a delightful winter sea- ORANGE CITY, FLA.
_.. .. .. .
of$4.00 barrel f. o. b. for the ladle.of this --- -- ---
,t;, quiet. per I that It will be a splendidly made attractive young place. eon spent in Orange City, Mrs: E. A.

entire output, the offer to hold thoroughfare there can be no doubt. J. G. Cade, our unflinching. one arm and Miss, A. C. Hitchcock of Burton, FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO

t 4 Representative Bainey has good until the 10th of May. Mr. Cannons 1 II one of diet road deputy Sheriff, had lively skiddoo here Ohio and Miss. Barnnm, of Connecticut, AND CIGARS.

.r. overlooked one thing. He has builders in the state. He built the and at Seville, recruiting Capt. Pap I left last week for their homes, expecting

not told about the Governor Broward and his DeLand and Orange City nhell road,, one Edwards' DeLand jurors, Saturday. to make the trip by easy stages. The -DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC.-
I 'I us anything ot the best roads in Florida. The party reached Savanah and started onto Oan'n"X; ; '
and Goods
Internal Improvement Best Freshest constantly on hand and all first;
tipping evil in the Panama res Commissioners will hare general super Judge Jim Cade, of Little Egypt has see the sights ia an automobile. I
class Groceries tor table.
fr- must pay backjn, those poor taxpayers and hard- the honor of the first hereto your 1
taurants. vision of both the grading being grower While ont their vehicle and an engine

;. the money collected with surfacing of the DeLand and Daytona I market Irish potatoes. Jim' is a collided, throwing the above named Country Produce Bought......A.--First-class.....----... --.Meat.. ..- Market in Connection.

,. If Uncle Shelby Oullom should which to carry on his drainage' road, and they propose to have it done : worthy tiller of the soil and raises good, : ladles and another who joined the party Orders receive careful attention and delivery prompt. You will find. my prices ...

J succeed in landing Mr. Harrimanin scheme. Thanks to the big land' In first-claa shape from one end to the !choice stuff. injuring them all seriously. :Mrs as low as the lowest. Give me a call.

; in jail, a lot of people would beI owners in the drainage district, other I Mrs. Raymond Moody a splendid< Hitchcock's face was scratched badly, -
and wife and her broken shoulder and ter. ,
woman graceful, limb injured,
sure to accuse him of offensive who were able to fight and to Cltlxeni )Mass )(cellar.The I
lovely niece. Miss! Kate Savage, who ribly shaken up which at her age, 89 -r
: partizanship. defeat the Governor in the courts. white electors of the city of [have their happy home in East Pierson, years, will go very hard with ber. MissHitchoock'e KLICKER BROS ; .

The tax payer could not carry City of DeLand held a caucus at the were here Thursday. head was crushed, arm broken

I Mayor Dunne,of Chicago, prob-I his case to the courts, and bad to Court House Wednesday night at eight Jake Harper the enterprising south and Internal injuries. Miss Barnum, JVLerchiant TailorsFour I
\, thinks that could o'clock pursuant to notice', for the purpose
ably now things hand over this hard earned moneyto aide merchant at this place la grading we believe, had a broken limb and several '
: not have been very much worse collector. of naming candidate to be voted the land hauling and caw dusting Center bruises. The other lady had to
the tax
for at the municipal election to be heldon )
I ', even if Mr. Bryan had come out the sixth of May.In street from the Atlantic Coast Line have a limb amputated and has since Doors South from Fisher's Corqer' I
died. Miss. Barnum baa been coming
: 'openly in his support. The heads of some of the great the absence of the chairman of the depot through to Volnsia Avenue west here several winters and has many; I

corporations, it is said, have com Citizens Committee,, Hon. J. W. Perkins Mr. E. C. Byrd, general manager of friends here who listen eagerly for any; Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns II 1

I Of those 28 honest Pittsbur- bined to raise a vast sum, $5,000000 ,- Dr. Fisher called the meeting to the Morrison & Byrd naval stores plant news from her. Mrs. Hitchcock and night, new,

:1' gers, 15 formerly lived in Philadelphia to defeat the renominationof order and Bert Fish was elected chair at Turpentine City, treated his best daughter made many warm friend Suits that fit you, too, Just Suits superbly lined all through I

and apparently when Roosvelt or to defeat man man of the canons and Dr. Fisher sec young lady here to.. nice buggy ride while wintering at Palmetto Cottage, right, and through, I

.; they moved, the town was able that the President, selects any for his retary.It Sunday afternoon. Hurrah for Edward and each and all hope for the best for Suits well made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true-

to make it was a very tame oancna. Therewa Among the most popular guests of both of them. They are at a hospital Waiting here. When you appear. I
unanimous. successor. If this be true they no contest for the several offices and the Mrs Nela Pierson house last week Savannah where Jhey are receiving the

f -'I:, Banker Walsh has been are fools, for the American voter all nomination were by acclamation. were Mr. and Mr*. W. T. Wooley and best of care.ANOTHER CONSULTATION FREE.
Hon. Egford Bly for Mayor; E. D, of Conn.
would man Misa Emma Friend Meriden r
never support
:i indicted' on 175 counts, and the any McLeod for Clerk and Grant Bly for who have nice winter homes. at Glen- OLD SETTLER PASSED OUT. KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Floirda I

11! District Attorney says there are'f" that these corporations succeedin Treasurer, who. have faithfully discharged wood. Sunday night about 9 o'clock )[r. ,

a> lot of things he did to the bank nominating. Many times five the duties. of these office for John Padgett, of Enterprise, joined the
millions would not elect the candidate several terms, werennanlmonaly Samuel T. Smith an agreeable well throng in the great beyond. He bad
that have been overlooked.
I sawmill man and tremendous
put up by this corporate inated.Messrs.. been quite feeble, part of the time very;
worker identified 4 with the
is combine. EL L. Bonn,, W. C. Jackson I years ill for two :years or more and for severemonths !
It that the
fe,. 'very probable mill Glenwood and
Bond at now
r and Robert H. Boyd wore nominated for a he and his wife were both so ill John B. Stetson
.'. present session of the Legislature is Councilmen and Mr. A.O. Hamlin for I valued attache of the Taylorville Lnm It was a question which would be called University
If the that
.'D f, will pass a law establishing a uniform great injustice Board of Public Works ber Company of Lake county, passed by first. Mrs. Padgett waa. taken on November

system of,text books in the claimed was done Mr. Perkins The same Cifiiens Committee was here home bound from a business trip] 4th and owing to his strong will
in his removal the advice and to Jacksonville Thursday, accompanies AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF
continued for another and the good given b.hIa two sons,
.:iit. public schools throughout the year. by his chum Capt. Bright Tyler, a turpentine care ........--....
influence of Mr. James Alexander him
The causes was not In session fifteen John and Joe, who were with con
: State. and lumber dealer of '
and his political allies, is minute The nominee* are all enterprising Levey stantly. he clung to life alter speech city COLLEGE 01 Uhlosgo OF LIBERAL ARTB-8talldarda.. it'>n.c.l. wit. the Unlv.r-

\J" If we.are to have a republican true, and facts and circumstancesseem and progressive citizens and will county. failed him and he no longer reoognlxec COLLEGE 01' LAW'-Grodu.te..dmltted :
serve the city in their respective capacities Hurrah for houeet Hermon Pye. Now his friends OB' TECBNOl.OGY-Blectrto.I, uhaniciasadlCivilEo ,.
:;; to succeed Roosevelt! may it not to bear out all the claims, He leaves several children and other glneering
t'' with honor to themselves and creditto yon Mulligan laddibncka stand np and .
'i' be Foraker, the bitterest enemy in common j justice the wrong DeLand.Th be counted and let the business people relatives and acquaintances... to miss him. Te.ohe.COLLEGE FOR TBACHBB3-Flve course of study for Florida) School

t\\ the south ha'. Give us Rooseveltand should be righted by his rein- .. : know how many of yon are ae hones o..rt....... Michigan PREPARATORY Vassar ACADEMT-Fpr Chicago, Harvard Yale, Princeton

.j. : 'a third term, or,any other statement just as soon as practi city Board of Health should send and truthful .aa Hermon Pye. The Corned beet hash as made by Sen. 8lJtl1NE COLI>KaB-**>kkoepIoK, flanking Shorthand Typewriting,

.republican.One cable.' He has had to wait all a sanitary inspector all over the city fora Harper & Minshew.clerk one day last ator Ilanna's cook was very popular Buelo", Law OF MECHANIC
'" this time to ask the State Senate general! Inspection of all premises. week while sweeping around the store in Wnshlii :on several yean ago TraInV"gOL RT -Wood and Iron Working: and Manual

celery' at Sanford The summer season 1* coming upon ns front yard found a pocketbook contain When the bend waiter of the senate IiCHooL OF lUSIC-Pfano, Organ Voice, Theory< History of Music
grower for Teachers' ...
True Course
r justice.-TalJahas and should be in the restaurant anted bash prepared .
: now the city put ing 26 which he believed after bear.lug very SCHOOL _
,, it is said will make $18,000 from or FINE ART8-Dr.wln.. and Palntlng oil.
Democrat. he watercolor
carefully ordered It this "One p..te
beet possible sanitary condition. The of the loss must belong to Mr. way: STETSON: has 4 Colleges," o Technical 3 heals 16 In !
: '86 acres the present season. This should order the destruction corned beef bash for Senator Banna." solid course.. strong teachers modern Eacult-
Board too. Moses Marsh a hackman of DeLand, equipment, 10 lliboratoriell. :I museums,

.is making. .some, money, in the Mr. John Temple Graves' sug- of all rain tank, barrels, or any vessel who, drives tor the Cianor livery stables, One, a diy heavy when business the restaurant almost everybody was doIng bal1Lood cud 01.hon...cps manual dormitories dome uo IOllInce.. memorial, tllnlnr .i,
,trucking business in Florida in a gestion that Mr. Bryan nominate where rain water ia kept for the breed who was here that day with a hack load teeiutkl to want corned beef hash tlO.uw coerces.pipe(;brl.tlan organ. 16 pianos debating clubs, Ilterory societies, ate, lecture ,

few month I President Roosvelt for a third ing of mosquitoes. such vessels the of drummers So like a gallant, reliable "Corned beef huh for Senator Banna" library enclosed' athletic associations field running. general track library. tennis(I 16,0W courts volumes' b..b.1I. ), special" law .
mosquito breed quickly by the million.In Mnllitran guard he hastened to torn had been ordered fourteen time Chrstlan cement dismond
term did not meet with treee
hearty atm..eplelre open
,Down in Volusia county good some section of the city this little the book and money over to its rightful When the fifteenth, order went down (hubs IBCtarllln) w alt deuominatlon.iteam\ h'eiectrio
electric balls,
roads are being constructed at a endorsement from many' demo- pest and disease carrier 1* giving the owner and It sure struck Mr. Marsh to the kitchen the chef shouted: vespers. .1I:01l'.ho.: feltlv.i.. Atteodanoe. ezhlblUon.now biggest. In uistorv notaI. 01-

... crate throughout!; the country. citizens considerable annoyance.: with a terrible bump at the tail end o/ That's fifteen order for Senator last University. Generous patron I no money .pared. Btetaob I. for Florida Oral,
rapid trate. Putnam ,and .11 the time. ..
county Hannal He'd
better watch out he'll
While the President has adoptedas a tremendous day's work. The larger or For loformaton
', .should not allow its to founder hlsself." catalogues, bulletins, views, and folders address j
neighbor a policy some of the democratic )[r.George Galloway, for many yean part of the money belonged to his em- PRESIDE LISQJL! HULLS, A. if., Ph. D.\ D"Und, Florida.

,lead in this all-important move- principles, his views 'upon the living In this county, at Orange City ployer. Hermon U just.aa mannerly as loved <.. .......... ,

,t ,JneD .-Palatka; Herald. robber tariff humbug can never, and Bereaford. now In the trucking lie Ie honest and truthful. "Ha. here comes Batcllffe with a .

business at Hallendal. down on the I dagger! My last moment has arrlv r ..
r.Thq; ;United ,States District be accepted as a "part of the ed!** exclaim .
of the
.t East Coast wa at DeLand the lint of one character In Now is'
the time
democratic Notwith- Glenwood.Rev. to order
QourtatJaokeonvlUehaeknockedr policy. a new melodrama.
w I the week. Mr. Galloway i*clearing up Unfortunately
r t" out the Governor and the Internal standing such views, however.I about$3.000 from hi* crop of tomatoes however, the actor representing Bat

? Impl'Ov.menBoard' in their Roosevelt is extremely popular this spring. He say most of the Vblu West and wife are attending cllffe bad forgotten the dagger and Simon
come on the stage without It. But be Pure
,. da who went down there and the Presbytery at Green Love Springs No. 1 1for
,:Jj ,\\1, ;;, e1fortcLtooUej: that drainage among the great democratic boy this week. was equal to the occasion. "Villain." 4t !
In the track bnaine
engaged are making
;:' masses of the country. i I he exclaimed: ,. "thon thonghtsti i toonaawst
: in the
A tax.fron.. .. +,' owners" I lots of money. The Conrad brothers'niece, Mr Bosh ,. a dagger In mine hand. ,Twaa your grove and be sure of a ,large crop next

-- 'ct. -,. j Throughout the Southeastern U.- ana two children of Daytona visited thine evil'conscience supplied the vision. winter. All the best groves use SIMON PURE 'It.. -i

.. 'j, I-I' Then talk 01 orpabIq.-1I m7 them last week. Bnt I will slay the with a blowof FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves a
: the'iecord of the States this has been the coldest of this strong right hand*. which be : :
,. g for the purpose engaging In the celery i The frost Monday night injured the .
; .Ban: Prattciaco school/delegationttsf&ttf April on record.' The mercury growing business on the rich lowlands bean ,domatoee. melon and encumber proceeded to.do. E. O. Painter ,
was down below the '' down near the St. John's Biver. Fertilizer Co. .J cksonvllle. FI.U:
ftfnrta are turning u'p. itM&ib : 'freezing ,la some garden*. -- ........... ....
i .e. Wl for) the ;President point through Northern Georgia I where flowing wen CUI..be had. Wedon'ts I Wind I wind I Who ever sa wa more .-W.o.AId Cadl y aconatulJyru

i i 16 count the.spoons at the:Whit several mornings last week and why the Industry should not ,windy April here t It keeps the fertile bet yon didn't do th*'proposing. Irs T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla.' j -
b*a*successful there as over at Sanford.
the lint.of this. Great' tar men from gettingtheir work donsMr. a aafe bet that ;your wife asked ;you -
i, HmMM.r.a. 1d,_1;;if .there. .is.any. damage The land I* a* well salted for It and to marry her."
'.. .. ]. B. Conrad entertained two
1 t>lidthg mi .01| : there.! ::. : : hall ,been done the peach crop, Bowing wells can b*had. We hop the Mend and "No." replied Henpeck, ryotfreprong. -- '
lady *Saturday Sunday
rt \ .r and all tender truck growing and company win be organised and a trial one ." '
Va* Governor'of Florida,wants cotton'""JJiat war up ,were all mad by next winter. It may be the from DeLand?the other from St. Angastime. "Ob come now, be honest. 'Orange> City Wagon>i and Blacksmith Sbop s.
"No. she didn't ask dIe'toId
.m *. to into fee insnnuioaPUMA killed.. The"'cold mlnnfam of as Immense, paying induafery ; me .
*. go ; spell WM felt; The Mian' Shear left Friday forBaklwlu. "' -Philadelphia Press. '

sla3 bar ae>ied he legia: throughout Florid,The mercury }n this teanty.U .New York after spending the '' Wagon.and Buggies Made Repaired., Horse Shoeing a ) :

,r tew to permit the. Monday' morning dropped to Mr..'L.; 'C:,Parker, representing the winter her*. We hop they will corn The strength-...-of_a Wee grindstone sad tars Specialty.. Carriage, buggy and wagon painting done in the .

4a, ko along the. limw hen about 40,at;DeLand" and light I'nIt..a Province New, of Now York, text year. > teat to vary widely with appearsfree. the daree :be.t manner, finest paint used. ""l
a Gwvwtro' oMMle'* frost appeared in low places..The a pear the owebvolate very largely Dr. Bredow ... ba. having,a good > of Its wetnee or dryness. stone* in Done in Blacksmith.
and all
the trait and I calls grip accident eta, ,None that are dry anowt ..... Work Guaranteed to be
to .the young beans, squash tomato and among v>ctat> g many > atrenstna Firat-claaa. Give .
a 1 o(f orikwee, at DLand the bat of very serious, ao tar.' Every MM apprertatm of from M8 to I8U pound a square me a,Trial. Orders Promptly Attended to. '
age; but o.w tender,;plants" : were dam: the--. Be b on a bar to. the prlndpJfmi'aad having a doctor so near by.; tacb.' but after, soaking overnight .. ,. .
....- srf- aged.. No damage breaWng oadcr slrsassa of 80 .. U. .
.: was done the vegetable canter of the Yb..,fir got,Sad of the canrehftMaday 4 '

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U.H Brill's new Hosiery has come: . . . f.. . . . ._ "- -,'
Ladles' House Slippers Fountain's. PINAFORE'

Shoes for children and babies at .'

:: 'Special<<: i Values Dreka's.Fountain's.Men's Shirts in great variety at A Magnificent Old Favorite-Production Opera! ;of the The Latest Things, .

Newest"and best In furniture J. )F.!' ., ,..\..i. \.
Allen & Co. .
Notwithstanding the fact that the ..' "

. : SPRING CLOTHING Rev. C. A. Brewster of Orange City larger part of tbe tourists have left ns, ...IN... S t de SIit
was In the city Thursday an audience that has only bean exceeded .

Mr. Robert M. Bond was a Lake Helen In size once this year, gathered in ,
visitor to tile the University Auditorium Tuesday r 1'1,;
city Tnesday
r t- ; S morning night to see the first comic opera that ,
d Judge J. D. Beggs was at DeLand has been given In DeLand for a number "

from Orlando Wednesday on legal busi of pears It was the piece beloved of SPRING SUITS .:;
III our fathers and mothers Sullivan's Pina
flees /
S fore. It was produced under the direction : ./. ,
Tax Assessor! Sam B. Wilson has of Prof. O. A. Morse, and De- .. .. : '

several at work on the tax books for Land people have come to know that .. tri' ,.I
when his name is connected with .
Blue Serge, Double Breasted Suits, 1907. 'musical may be relied on as be- ...UNO... ... I
Mr. H. M. Getty returned the first of t ing right up to the top notch. As proofof ..

the week from a short visit to Coronado this, witness the Glee Club Concert' ,. .
$13.50 and $15.00Blue' Beach. tbe Organ Recitals, the Messiah last

.. year the Vesper music, the Elects Gifford -
The tlme tested furniture house of J. Concert, and lastly. Pinafore. All :

It. .' F. Allen can supply ur needs for the these have been due to Indefatigable TROUSERS
home. efforts in behalf of good music.

In mentioning the various membersof :
.5 5 Mrs. M. A. Thereby and Mrs.. Frank the oast it is very difficult to select

Serge Suits, Single Breasted, Taylor were in town tram Orange City anyone as being better than the rest j
Tnesday. they were all so good. In the order ,

$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 The Thompson shoe for men. SuperIor Ilven.Porter,on personated the program by. Mr Sir D. E.Joseph Carlton Are Ready for Your Inspection, "

hand workmanship. For sale atDreka' was the very image of pomposity, .
.. and it is no wonder tbat his jewels and I.
dazzling personality overwhelmed poor
Some fine fresh tomatoes are coming Joaepbine. .1 ...AT... .
.. into the DeLand market from the '' '
lower' Mr. Cairns took the part of Capt. ,
./ East Coast, Corcoran uDder difficulties, as he bad
Plain Gray and :Mixtures, $ 8 0 0 Hiram Cowart prominent stockmanof been suffering from a severe cold, and, .1
had not been able to attend more than,
the north end, was af'the county seat a few rehearsals. It was only by most
$10.00 $12.00 $13.50 and $15.00 the first of the week.MI' careful attention that he carried his

J. J. Raulenon, one of the representative part through with credit. Founfain's'1'
Our favorite, Mr. Wilmshorat took,
citizens of the Pierson eartion the: part of Ralph Rackstraw as no one.
was at DeLand this week a juror else> could have done and the chorus.
before the Circuit Court. "He is an Englishman," was especially
Messrs.A. M. Flowers.Thos. appropriate. Henry certainly astonish . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. ::1 1 1Men's
Fashionable Spring TiesI Newman ed us with his efforts at making love. .. ,
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}_ I C. H. Mask and Joseph C. Prevatt were Mr. I. W. Cotton ae Dick Deadeye
Seville parties here the first of the week scored one of the hits of the evening. White Duck Trousers at Foun The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of FlorIda -' .'

jurors before the Circuit Court. He was a villain in very truth and his tain's. ,I is In _Iou at St. Petersburg this )

Mrs. J. Fred Allen returned from rich her voice told well in the quartet nnm For l Sale-160 acres timber land. H. week. The delegates attendance from

Tampa last week accompanied by her E. HazeD, R. R. No. 1 DeLand. I DeLand are Messrs. J. B. Conrad Gao '
Mr. Mickle the boatswain ,
as ,
daughter, Mrs. Regar, who has recovered his crew under good control. kept Mr and Mrs. Jack Broderlok were in T. Self H. M. Getty and W. 1>. Butner.: .' {

New Panama and Straw Hats from a serious spell of fever. Mrs. E. L. Powe as Josephine bed town from DeLeon Springs Tuesday I Harry McLeod. who has been with'

"Cinderella" will soon give yon a peep perhaps the most difficult solo work. If yon have not paid your taxes for the Atlantic Coast Line for the past' (
Her aria in the
into fairyland, with her large troupe of indeed, and showed second the act resnlti was very of fine the 1000 you are np against an extra year, is spending the present summer'. ;

Lilliputians, at the Public School Auditorium careful training she has been nnder in expense. at home for the purpose of taking .a: !

'Tis the event of the season the school of innate as well as hard Mrs. Henrietta Rhembardt has re course the In telegraphy and typewriting at' ,:
work on her own part. She was in fine school.
Judge Stewart has purchased from voice and her work deserves especial turned from a visit to the beach at The naval stores business is .
the Volnsia County Bank the fine lot on commendation. Seabreeze. gettingto '
New Line of Shoes be
immense Industry at DeLand
Indiana Avenue, just west and adjoining Little Buttercup, otherwise Miss Messrs. C. A. Bnllen]] and R. M. .
That is
the law office building of Stewart & Stella CascadeD, was admired by all. Tucker., prominent citizens of Orange most of the big operators of
Her dramatic talent showed itself the county have their headquarters
Ely. plainly and being more experienced: in City, were in town Tuesday.It's I, here, and lots of money is turned loose .

Mr. W. T. Walters. the large timber comic opera work than anyone else she time to put np your hammocks, ,by them.
and turpentine operator of the south was naturally most at home. It should and pat out the porch chairs. Buy from
be mentioned that the pretty little steps I In the matter of number of tourists
end, and senior member of the Walters us if have J. Allen
I yon none. te Co.
and of the
motions ladles of the chorus : DeLeon Springs has just closed the most
t Pharmacy this place spent Thursday were the result of Miss\ Cnscaden's County Commissioner Rufus D. successful season It has ever had and

In the city.Miss training Brooke was here from the south end quite a number have
we are informed
L G. A. DREKA & CO. Annie Higgins and lilies Linda' that Miss was Emery taking played, and Hebe her with fetching a grace get the first of tbe week attending the invested at that delightful place and '
Leffler 'I
two attractive ladies session of his
young of up made her the beauty of the occasion.Sir special Board. will build winter homes there., ,
i Sanford were the guests of Miss Car: Joseph certainly didn't fare badly Quite a number of tourists yet linger "Cinderella" will soon ;tD all
trude Purdon, Friday, Saturday and 11: when turning to her for consolation. appear
at DeLand, and will remain until May
dazzling: splendor with her I
Phone 77 DELAND, FLA. !:Sunday last. I The four old maid aunts of Sir Joseph, let They find April the most pleasant of talented "Midgets" at the company Public''
: with the quaint. costumes made fine
... The month of the tourist
of season.
troupe Lilliputian
ea:8j: : ; hit. It was hard to believe that these School Auditorium. This little troupe
f I artl td" are working hard in their effortsto old fashioned beauties are among us Mr. S. H. Jones a prominent orange will furnish their own magical scenery*

produce the beautiful "Cinderella." every d..yla. the persons of Misses By11 grower, trucker, and citizen of Pierson, 'and beautiful new costumes. WATCH

................ ..... ..... ...... ............ I She will Indeed be beautiful and well] 1 land, Cleaveland and Hampton, and has been at DeLand this week servingas FOR THE: DATE.
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Mrs. Morse. The other members of the
worth seeing. a juror before the Circuit Court.
T Wq chorus were, sailors Messrs Hill Rosa, I __ .
IT IS TIME Mr. Chaa. W. Stetson and 'family Eccles, L.Carlton, H Smith, Underhill The farmers of the county are greatly a.
W who have been occupying their winter. Roseborongb, Pierce and Jones. The in need of ram tor thelroroptl. We fear Peach trees. Admiral Scbley, and Stuart -
'" THE( IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF ladles were Misses Clarkson, Jackson,, Pecan trees, ornamental trees and
'" home on North Boulevard glace December : the crops will be short in Volnsia if
Carson Fuller Page, Holley, Watts, vines, grape vines, also other trees and
Furs and Woolens THE PAST WEEK. leave. tomorrow for the summer Howes and McKinney The costumes plenty of rain does not come shortly.Mr. vines in variety and at popular prices
ro put away your y yT home at Lanadale, Pa. of white with the red and blue trim George Marsh who is one of the at E. H. Hayward nursery.

before the Moth finds them Local end Society Item for she People'* The Citizens Manufacturing\ Co. i is wings made a beautiful stage picture. lucky tomato growers of the lower East .
At the beginning of the second act,
: W P.p.r.-Brl.l Mention of Fact .. putting down cement walks on North Mr. W. B. Hill, our favorite tenor, Coast this season cleaning up a neat The Marsh Market.
Boulevard in front of the Holbrook the sum from his is here his
Seen by our _port.r. sang "Pinsntl's Queen of Earth, crop visiting
: Farr and Bnshnell places the work i in and with Mies Emery sang a beautiful. parents and brothers. If you want the choicest cuts of Meats'
: We have MOTH BALLS, CAMPHOR and W I' New Hosiery; Brill's. charge of Mr O. B. Webster.Att01'1ley duet from "The Red Mill."" Both were Considering the dry spell there is a eave your orders with u. The best of ,

W. S. Dentist: John O. vociferously encored. good crop ot oranges sticking to the Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
of Jacksonville
Taylor Cooper
: : other INSECTICIDES which W The and costnm
T: many we stage management trees the Chops Sausages Hamburg Steak
Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. and Robnins, of Titnsville, were ing were under the direction of Mr\ in orange groves about DeLand. fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon
at DeLand the first of the week, attorneys Hill, and Mrs. Farris cave splendid support If plenty of rain. however does not etc Courteous attention and prompt.
shall be pleased to exchange for your money W Triune neckwear. supporters. Dreka's.If in a chancery case before his as accompanist. The chorus work come soon, it Is feared that a considerable I delivery. ,

::: yon need Shoes, call at Fountain's. Honor. Judge Minor S. Jones. volume was generally of sound good was, the not at as times large the as portion of the young fruit will drop. Marsh Bros.

*' W Odd Trouser spring styles, at Foun Mr R. T. Long, who has tbe contract might have been desired and the attack

::: '" A. ALLEN & CO. DELANO, tains. for grading on the DeLand and Daytona was a little uncertain. Tbe smallneas .;
::: ... FLORIDA. W J. F. Allen & Co., undertakers and road, will use the county convicts on of the stage prevented the use of a .
'" embalmers.A larger chorus and the combination of
NEXT TO POSTOFFICE the work having made arrangementswith action with muelu was new to all engaged PHONE '
:.:: Ww new line of Barefoot Sandals at the County Commissioners to do so.Mr. and so these little defects were 79= .

Fountain's. .- and Mrs A, J. Cleghorn of practically nnavoidable.
m' Musical instruments of all kinds aErickson' t Georgia! are several The Lyceum course for this year is At this number you can !
: WHERE YOU GET YOUR WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRED Wq I spending weeks now ended, and it Is safe to lay that it
; W with Judge and Mrs J. Lee McCrory. bas been the most successful year in
"' I Mr. S. V. Hough went to the coast on Mr. Cleghorn Is a knight of the grip, the history of the course. l Seven entertainments Have

::: Miff and Expresj orders receive/ prompt and careful pffenflon.riFF1 / business Wednesday. representing a Baltimore dry goods have been given !In tbe your orders filled
'" course, and two other entertainments
New belt buckles in pearl gilt and house. in have been under
not the
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gun metal at Dreka's.In Before Judge McCrory Monday last the auspices of the committee. We are We the
a lunacy commission adjudged Informed that a handsome surplus Is keep very best
I a few weeks the early variety of a negro .
Florida Medical Association U Oold filled watches warranted for ten the peach will be in market. woman by the name of Minnie Thompson on support hand of as tbe the result public.of It the is generous a little

holding it* annual session at Tampa thU from |9 to $7.00, at Boley's. of Lake and
I years Postmaster J. D. Barber, of Barber- Helen Insane she was strange, that. inasmuch a* these entertainments Of everything to eat
' week. Dr.Jotm MooDlarmld of DeLandis ; 1 I sent to the asylum for the insane at f are given largely if not entirely z
villa at the
the president of the Association and We understand that arrangementshave was county seat Tuesday Chattahoochee. for tbe financial benefit of the
I been made for the establishment of Be wise and save money on every pair Athletic Association, which is a student ,
U t 1n attendance. The Association will
1. Mr. Willey P. Swift who has been Our
of shoes here. 'organization, that students themselves stock is well selected '
an automobile garage as DeLand with purchased O. A. Dreka&Co. ;
finish Its business today and thirty-five
visiting his mother. Mrs C. P. Swift, should have attempted to breakup .
.oft" members will take an excursion a complete plant for the repair of automobiles tbe past two weeks, left this week for three of them two by cutting off ,.I.
also keeping in stock parts of Mr. E. M. Carpenter was an Orange the lights and the third by disturbance.
ava.Dr.. Mao will be of this '
all classes of machines need nt DeLand. the north going direct to Boston. Later this it Did to think ';
City visitor to DeLand the first of the Jokes are jokes but in case you ever stop ,
and i It U his first visit to Cuba.
party, It will also have facilities for making week. he goes with his orchestra to,the White seems a little like cutting off one's nose '. I
.4. parts of machines. The garage will be Mountains for the summer months. to spite his face.. However it is safe to a
Mr. Brill is anzions to make room for large enough to store and care for machines Miss" Lonao} Tanner entertained a say that the greater part of the student Always ;
new !goods next season in his fine china by the week month or year. number of friends at card Friday afternoon Hon James W. Perkins returned to body are most heartily down on these the best is the cheapest
I last. Tallahassee Tuesday to see if he can not pranks, and this sentiment will prob
closets and has resolved to reduce his/
induce the Governor to send in the exe ably be sufficiently strong to prevent
prices/or short time to figures never J. F. NORMAN Tax: Collector Perkins! Smith was at repetition. Let
native suspending any
papers him from the us have a trial and
seen here before on such Roods. As the the county seat from the coast the first t office of Solicitor the -.- ,
of Criminal Court .'
J regular selling prices all remain marked Painter and DecoratorInterior of the week. to the Senate for that body to pass upon. When you go up to the Public School ..

on the goods the great redaction in Mr. Sam Wilson now drives a span of Auditorium to see "Cinderella]] ," you Let be the v
prices will at once be apparent and ap Work a $Specalt:( on beautiful iron grays, which he p3" Lots of cement sidewalks about the will]] blink hard at the magical changes you. judgePHONE ,:, '.

I preci ed.. The same applies to odds bail and Cbutco: . chased In Jacksonville.; city brick are going own. Only cement or that appear before your very eyes. Fine
and end in hosiery half price being the sidewalks can be put down noon w beautiful costumes and captivating = '
rnle. LAKE ttEL BN. FLORIDA For Bale-Laying hens; White Leg tbe Boulevard an>l New York Avenue scenery specialties are features of theeveDIDg' 79 ,'; ]

horns. C. B. SPROUI, the two principal streets DeLand
entertainment.In .
Glenwood, Fla. per a recent ordinance passed by the : ;"t

MOBGt1 0 :e: Mr. W. H. McBride County' Commissioner city council. a shipment of five boxes of grapefruit

1- W. T. WALTERS R. P. WALTERS from the north end was hereTaeeda Mr. Kirby a Oflteen was at the by Judge Stewart this week from "'t &' .wY:,;

,. to attend the special session of county seat from the south end the first his hammock grove north of town three . .. '
the Board. 1 of the week. He was. In the trucking of the orates contained only 13 grapefruit t '

Walters Pharmacy I Wake np to fact. that Crossett shoes business down on the East Coast the each the other two 36 to the crate. J. F. ALLENCOrt'::
give the beet wear and the greatest I past season and comes to the good by Grapefruit which take only 18 to the

amount of comfort. for :your. money. O.Drek& !several thousand dollars from the sale crate are as large as an ordinary pump- ..

DELANO., FLORIDA A; '.. of a fine tomato crop. km,. The Judge has yet several bunt Leading Furniture House of VoluslaCountyPhon
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On account of the _Ion of the Cl dred boxes of this fruit to ship.
< St. Barnabas' Church will renew Its ,..... .
'-:'"pj::' 4 jtS pjV p"'- : ??.?: 9---; ; .-- -1---69eG-.:: old custom ofholdmg an annual parish eDit Court. Judge Stewart adjourned -..IMARRDJDBuaca" ---
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W. keep In stock a complete line of picnic on Saturday of this week at the April term of the Criminal Court of : afternoon last at .'

DeLeou Spring. Record from the second Tuesday to the28ft 0.80 at the First M. E. Church this "DROP IN"e, j .
Fresh Drugs, Toilet Articles, Stetson.. Fine next Tuesday but as the Circuit '.
:County Commissioners IB. L. place, Dr.BarkD_,pastor of the church, I'' '" P4c r a'
and Court has not adjourned! for the term officiating Miss Davis eldest and ..., :
Stationery,. Wiley's Lowney'sCandles and Thomas Mnrry cam 0".1' from 1 the Judge has again adjourned his court Crystal see our, .N west ,:
daughter of Dr and Mrs G, A. Davis .
the Coast Tuesday to attend the 1 .
epeclaseislon .
Cigars and Tobacco. :- to Tuesday the 30th ins; hence, jurors / : ;
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., and witnesses will act '
accordingly. DeLand. and Mr. H. O. Claybnrg, of .; ,
Wean for the Mr. Levi Lawrence, "who, as usual for Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Fountain ITDining > : '
agent and Montana who Is taking the law course .
many ha the winter ; ': 'i jt1 ij ;
year spent at .
Co. Standard the two, children returned Tneedaynlgh'troUl Stetson.. The marriage was a. quiet j ur- fI ,
Sherwin Williams Paints leave
DeLand tomorrow for the summer : ,
)l' West Virginia! .where they one only few friends of the contracting -
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home In Massachusetts.Mr. _
No Better oa the Market, went last week to attend the funeral of parties being present.. .They are niture. f 7' "

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,w,, : M Try .our Cool Drinks and Fine Ice,Cream daughter left on Tuesday for a week's suddenly of heart failure. Mr. will spend the summer at the Montana .,' :._;.p'of' ,!.;"!t .
5Sf ... ; w r ..w.d ,/ visit down at Fort Myers. Mr. Thompson Fountain' said they experienced nom s home of Mr.. Claybnrg.' To- Mr andre

1., Prescription.Carefully: Compounded, by Competent Pharmacist. located at DeLand last fall from severe weather while North but we Mrs. Claybnrg The Record.'with many No:62; J. ALIEN1'iJc'; 1'
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P. Notice I. hereby given that the uiidnr- In County Judge's Court Volueli County, link between the soil
...* .f Hcmtl...Work. Florida.;
Marshal for the Dla." Guardian's Sale.
r "When people all Into the habit, of J utt'sPilis ::'ft"'t.ornof.th.o! United States for tbe In the matter of the estate. of Mrs. N. A. and heavy crops.The .

Southern: Dlttrlot of Florida under and by Stuart, deceased.To .
wonderingwhether they bar done Notice Is that tbe under A. JU. Alexander ol Bere rord.Volusla
virtue of a certain execution l Issued out of hereby given most important plant \
routine things It !I. high time for tbem the Circuit Court of the United States for the aliened guardian of Edith:, Bond a minor, County: Florida; John A. Itankin, .
to !comlder tb. advlnablllty of a rent." After eating,persons of a bilious habitwllldvrlve Southern District ol Florid In the cane of will on tlio twenty-ntntb day of April A. Mill Hill. Cabarai County; North' Carolina ....I, food vegetable/ growth is
A1d a physician. 'There Is no surer (treat"benefit by taking one Joseph W. Norvel us receiver of tbe Flrat I I). 1907, apply to the Honorable J. ieo : Maggie II. Rankin John' Kankln and
of these pills. II you have .been National Bank of Florida va. U. 1". Healy MoCrory. Judge of the County Judge's Fred Itankin, Moonmvllle Nortb Carolina,
k. .ten. to my mind that the system IsbeoonIng DRINKING TOO MUCH will' offer tor sale during the legaljiours of Court of Volusla County Florida at De- Mr*. U B. Wilson! Shelbyvtll: Kentucky|; '
overtaxed than thin feellni. sale. at the front door or the court house at Land In said. County. for an order to soil at Mrs Emma It. MoLelland.. Mooresvllle, POTASH"Truck
WtS of uncertainty."I they will promptlyrellcve the nausea, beLied In Voluiia County; Florida on tbe private sole tbS Interest the said minor North Carolina; J. H. Fliarr, Charlotte; .

with friend the SICK: HEADACHE_ sixth day of Maj, A. 1>. 1U07. all the rlvht, -the name being an undivided two-ninths North Carolina; W. W. IJharr, Mewella.
wa staying a estate anti Interest of G. P. lltmly In and Interest, -In the following real estate. North Carolina; ; Mary V. Arrowond. and
;. other night- pending the night with ninlncrvousnasswhlch, follows restoreI to the follOwing: described property, ,aitu*. lying ned being In tha County; of Voluala F. V. .A Alexander Charlotte, Nortb Carolina
\ him. In tact. He'i a man whom I appetite and remove gloomy leel-. ted, lying; and being In Volusla County, and State of .Florida described as f'ol- : Florence A, Kettrana, Charlotte, Farming" is a valuable pamph.
know, pretty well and t thought at Inn*. Elegantly sugar"...ted. State of Florida, partloulnrly described as lows. tow III: The west two-filth of lot North Carolina; and all otber persona 1 let written by eminent men of scientific '
"-(l IMo Substitute.Kl I tbe aoutbaaat quarter ((4)) 01 the northeuit tbruo and the eiiBt, two-fiths of lot interested 1Whereas
dinner and through the evening, from IquarerO. ) of Beotlon: Twenty ((20)),Town block six, all blocks thirty.one. throe'j Neal M. Alexander as adminIstrator training and national reputation. We

a Uttle nervousness In his conversation I abip, Thirteen ((19)). South of range twentyleight I one forty-elgbt! lots two and of the estate of Mrs. N. A, Stuart, t .. mail it free/to( farmets who( write ,for it. -
and manner that things weren't all ((2M) east, tbe northeast quarteri. ) block lorty-lwo and tbe east three hundred deceased, has filed his petition setting A
For (:,.....t.. of tbe northwest quarter of Section Twon'ty font of tOe north two bundred and flay feet. fortb that tbere are debts due and owing GERMAN KALI WORKS
right with' him but I wasn't abao One of the rules of a bicycle club ,line ((21)), Township Thirteen (13)) South ol' block forty-five all according to Howrir'a by the) ontate of tbe said Mrs. N. A. "'..'''''-'' 55.4.5 54.. *r Ailsule,O.-IZZ': C..1ot "Mr
f lately !convinced till bedtime approach range twenty-eight (28)) east, the Southeast mnp of the city of Uol.nnd on record in tbe Stuart, deceased and tbat the. personal
., ed. W. were sitting upstairs In bin reads "A horse should never be passed qUlrter y I oflho north east quarter( ) of olllue of tbe Clerk of the CJrcult Court olVolusia property Is Insufficient'0 pay tba same
study his family baying retired and on both sides at once." We suspect section '1 blrl-II... ((36)), Township Fourteen County. Florida. and that the said Mrs. N. A. Stuart died'

,$ be .ked me to excuse him while be that when a cyclist attempts to pass ((14)) South, of range tweruyelght( ) east, Also block four lots D and E ol, block seized and real oons-ssod 1 of the and following In theCounty described *WrM.---iMH.1B.1MHr*.. .IM..MTO ---... .......
estate lying
on both side of a horse "at once" heM the southwest quarter ((5. ) of the north five lot F and the west twenty feet of the : :: being '
saw that the house was locked op.S west quarterKof( ) Section' Thirty *"lx(3( It waa, a still night and I !could follow expelled from the club. He would Townahlp Fourteen, ((14) .kouth of range nine lots B. C D, F, G. nand K or block to-wit: Lot fifteen according to Aeaesaor.s -
his progress around the various rooms certainly be dismissed from a tern twenty eight ((28)) east and part of- toe ton lots A, B, V. and the north half of lots map of Beresford. on uI'b In rttho-:' ollloe VoiusiaCounty ofIbe "
perance: organization. London Tit southeast quarter (J4) of tbe southeast D, ii and II of blocK eleven. Iota A and H Clerk of the l ..
on th. first floor. lie seemed to me BIH, quarter (O X) of Section Six ((6)). Township of bloat twelve, all according/ Rich'ssikiltion Florida, praying In and by said
to be unnecessarily long and without fourteen (14) south range twenty eight I to the of DeLand on recordIn petition that be may have the order of.

being Inquisitive, I really became Interested ._ _. _w (28)) east. as described In Deed Book 17. the olllue of the: Clerk, of tbe Circuit Courtof the court directing him to take Into possession :
page 6W of the Public Records of said Volusla County Florida. as administrator of the estate tbe
to know whether he wasn'tmaking HODGKIN'S real estate hereinbefore described as asset
county in the olllue of the olerk of the cir
the rounds twice. Final1" 1 I Cult court. Also the west three-fourth of tbe northwest of the estate for the payment of debts and .

\, heard him go.Into the parlor a room JOHN F. HOJIR quarter of the north-east quarter of. .ell the same for said purpose together
suction twenty township seventeen south, with tbe Incidental charge of sale
U. B. Marshal. I
.1 I was sure be bad visited at least once Wagon Shop : range thirty east, save and except the following Now, therefore this ia to command sou.

., : bet_ When he cam. upstairs I described portion of the same,Io-wl& the said John A. Rankin. A. 11. Alexander -
asked laughingly how many times be beginning one hundred IIfty feet north of Mrs. L. B. Wilson, AI... Emma R.McLelland EXPOSITIONS
:' had seen that each window was fasened. DeLAND, FLA. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under the south-west corner and in tbe west line J. R. Pbarr, W. W. Pbarr,
.,' Section 8, Chapter 4888, Laws of of the northwest quarter of the north-east Mary V. Arrowood F. D. Alexanner
But he wasn't In. a laughingmood Everything in Wagons Buggies, Carts Florida quarter of section twenty in township Florence A. Keerans, Maggie H. Rankin
at alL"It's seventeen south range thirty east, run John W. Rankin and Fred Uanklnand, I
'. eto., manufactured and repaired in my Notice is .given tbat
old be hereby C.C.Fannlng, thence eaat at right. angles two hundred, other interested to appear on the
funny thing man, persons
,. Shop in .the very bent workmanship! purchaser tax cerUHoatce No. 4(18() 410 411. fitly feet, thence north live bundred \fifty 2'Jnd day. of April A D. 1907. at mv otlioeIn
,.-' aid. 'but Fre been fool enough to look Known umy nrac-ciasg men empioyeu dated tbe Bib day of June 18W hue ttled teal, titmice west two bundred fifty feet to :the Court. House::' at DeLand.:: Florida: :t: VIA THE _

at each window two or three times. and first-class work tnrned out. I have. said oertlnoate In my office and baa made. the WHBI, line .f.I'Onld. thence south on and show cause why the prayer. of said '
Do yea know. It would strike me after ately added to my p'ant aCOLD application for tax deed. to Issue In accordance same live hundred fifty feet. to the place. of petition should not be granted if any you
with law. Said certlttcate embrace
beginning said being trndjeot to a ATLANTIC COAST
I bad left a room that perhaps I hadn't property ate. '
the following described property situatedIn
timber deed given to tbe DeLund Naval It Is ordered that this citation be published i
pot the catch properly on one of tbe Volusla county, Florida to-wltt stums Company a corporation the same in the Volusla County Record,

:.windows there, and back I'd bave togo Lot 7, ubofnHofnwX see 24, tp 171. being of I.PeO\ Book 41, page ill. a weekly newspaper for four successive
: to make sure. Being In there I'd range -'lie; 1 acre of the records ollloe :of the Clerk ofthe weeks. -

.. 1 examine the other windows again. It'. Lot 17_, sub of ntf ofnw} seo. 24, tpl7s, [ Circuit Court of Voluala County, Florida Witness my band and, official seal this
range :roe saving nil the timber thereon, standingor 13th day ol March, A. D. 190?.
been that way for half a dozen nights. Lot 21 and 22, nub of nX of nw seo. (fallen for a period of twenty year from J. LEK !MoCRORY. LINE RAILWAY.
Somehow"doing these things doesn't 24. twp 1':., range life\ May 14,1UOU.( Judge of the County Judge's Court of

!' sum to make the Impression on me Tbe said land being assesBed at the date The north-east quarter of tbe northwest Volusia County; Florida. i

that on* would expect This lack of of be Issuance of such certificate In the quarter of the north-east quarter of section [BMAtl]

soreness Isn't !confined to locking windows and name Millie of Daniel Hubbard.Wilson, Amy Unless Andersen said fifteen thirty,east.township seventeen souib, range People all over Florida, see the Atlantic Coast Line "Purple Folder 4)I

; either. I find myself at the certificate shall be redeemed according to Tbe west halt of the noutb-weet quarterof I for schedule to the Jamestown Exposition. Two dally trains each

office wondering whether I have given law Ux deed will Issue thereon on the 23rd tbe south-went quarter of the touth-east : Marshal's Sale. way with through/ Pullman Bullet sleeping cars.
tickets sale
t limit excursion
; day of April 1007. Season sixty days and fifteen days on
of section I
such and such Inetructlone-Instruc- quarter ten. townahlp seventeen
I Witness ray official signature and seal outb, range thirty east. Notice 1 I. hereby given that the under- I I dally from April 10th\ to Nov. 30th at. low rates. Coach excursions at
; fleas that arc so much a part of my .
this the 22d day of March, A. D. 1807. sIgned John F. ', Marshal (for the very low rates.
Also undivided one.hslflnterestln the
:.- dally work that I suppose I give themmechanically I 'SAM'L U. JORDAN In District Court of tboO United States for the For further information see your nearest railroad agent or write
Following at stake th nortb
Fia Beginning a "
1",". and then forget them. i Clerk; Circuit Court Volusla county, line of tbe south half of the north-east quarter Southern District of Florida, under and by I: District PalMn,., Agent Atlantic Coast Line
!Nine times out of ten I find everything fractional. section twenty-two east of I virtue of a certain execution issued out of FRANK C, BOYLESTON I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
tbe Circuit Court of the United States for the I I I.M..M
i Is all right 'but I'm not quite happy -'I.---' Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under the St. John's River In township seventeen Southern District of Florida In the cane of ___-,..-.....,............ -- ......-
till I do. I guess I must be gettingold .' Section 8. Chapter 488tt Laws of i south, range twenty-nine east situated at a Joseph W. Norvel aa receiver of tbe First

2 maldlih In my old age.' Florida. of point twenlf.chains. south 01 tbe north line National Bauk of Florida. vs. O. 1'. Healy, I
a n and thirty-two houisof
It waa my turn to be serious then. TIRfc SETTER Notice 1 I. hereby given that 8. A. Baker and one-half chains west of tbe east line of will oiler for sale during the legal
ale at tbe front door of the court house at
I explained to him that his forgetful- purchaser of Ux certificate No. \90 aid aeftlon twenty-two running thence eLaml In Volusla County Florida on the The climate of the East: Coast of Florida

f ness-an came from being overtired. Can set your Tires without taking said dated certificate the()th day In my of ollloe June and 18W baa bas made filed south 20* degree oust 15.40/ chains to the sixth day. of May. A. D. 11)07) all the right. is than that of any
said river thonoe following the meanders nearer perfection
1 rrom: habit be worked like an automate wheels from vehicle. We take out no application for Ux deed to Issue In accordance of the river bank northwesterly to the point estate and interest of G. P. Uealy lit and ,''

*, doing this, that and the other bolts, rub no paint or burn your felloes with law. Said certificate embraces Intersection with the aforesaid' north line to the illowing described property situated other place on earth. *: *: *
lylnir and being In Volll lauIIIty.: ,
thing In his business or home life butgreat with a hot tire. Come and see it work the following described property situated of south bait of norm-east quarter of the Stale of Florida. particularly/ described. art
a number of his 'actions were and yon will never have your Tires set lu Volusla county Florida towlt aid section twenty-two continued wont to tbs south seventeen hundred and too feet,
1' hot Lou B to It) Ino block 60 Seville meet thu. river thence said line
without the cognisance of tbe brain. again. east along ((1110 ft) of Lot Five ((6)) in Section :Nineteen
take Thanking yon for your patronage In Tbe said land being aisesed at the date twelve chains to the place of beginning. I ((19)), 1'ownshlp Tuli'teen (Ioi) south of
He needed rest and If bit did not
the: past and hoping a continuance in or the issuance of such certificate In tbe Also an t&.ijiviit.tdouo.htlfinterastiit, lotsseventyseven I range Twenty eight ((21): ) east and tbe
'j > It he would break down. Ihe future I remain name of Seville Co. Unless said cer 1 l'' '".. got him away from cares for a Ideate shall be redeemed according to law and one hundred aud one of the UupoiU, MJuuclry I ((1231)) feet of Lot One (I) in Section Thirty
bit and the next time I saw him he Yours to serve tax deed will Issue thereon on the 14b day ( Grant. ((30)( Township Thirteen south of range ..t
? SCOTT 1I0IXIKINS.I of.May, 1907.WltnfiHfi 'I wentv eight ((28)))
laughed the Incident Also an undivided two.thlrda Interest east.JOHN
", as heartily: over mv offlnlal atonature and .Baal. F HOUR.
of the much locked windows aa I pretended this the.-12th'day of April- 1907.ISBAL -.-- --- In and to the south half of tlie nortb-eaac U. t S Marshal.NotIce .
'. of the southwest of section
-- ----- ------- quarter quarter
He doesn't know It, but bo six
Clerk Circuit Court Volusla Fla. township seventeen south range.
bad a narrow escape. I'm telling this I Insure with uu. county thirty east. -

". tory that It may serve as a warning Also the south-east quarter of the north. I Notice.
7 la aa overstrenuons ...."New Tork NOK) I, the time. east quarter ot section thirty-two township
c Press. Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under seventeen south range thirty east. I Is hereby given that the undersigned

Spot cash for losses. Section 8. Chapter 4888, Laws oJ Also the north half of the north-west I has been appointed ancillary exeou.I .
Jl' WUartle ... Florida of the duarter I tor of the estate ol Franklin Lee, deceased.
I' Calm. quarter north-oust and the all' S
; Although Whistler did not eare. for U should be protected. Notice Is hereby given that 8. A. Baker, eastfourand eighteen one-hundredth chain and all heirs legatees, distributees, aud OrmondThlmgeach
) claim demands againstsaid
purchaser of tax certificate No. of the south half of the north-west quarterof I persona having or
music be mad use of bill technical R f insured ? dated the Oth day of June, 1MX), has HI 001 the north-east. quarter of section six, estate will present them to tbe undersigned ..
knowledge for tham... Symphony InGray you said certificate in my ollloel aud bas made township seven too o south range thirty within two years from this date or
k\. and G..u.V.riatlon.. In Blue application for tax Issue In accordance ast. the lame will be forever barred.
Every company reliable. Thin February. :
with law. Said certificate embraces
'and Green" Nocturne: Opal and 811Ter the following described situated Dated at DeLand.Florida, March 28, 1907.l. 28,19C7.OEO.. W. LEE

.:: ." ."Arrangement In Black and In Volusla county, Florida property, to-wlti :3.: A. WVOD, Guardian 165 W. N. St.. Buffalo !fti.! V. -

\ Brown. are examples of this particular When does your policy expire ? Lots 7, S and 9, block 68, Seville

r, trait His moat ambitious desire I Is[ your policy in force ? Tbe said land being assessed at tbe date liai
was to paint grand !concerto-like picture ol tbe issuance of such certificate In the
of Ueo. H. Unless said
name Young.
with' the title Full) Palette" "Just T elepbone number sixteen. lertlfioate shall be redeemed according to

f, a* m music" be explained "when they' law Ux deed will issue thereon on the 14th

;L .employ all the Instruments they make HON INSURANCE AGENCYU day ot May 11)07.)
It Toll Witness my official signature and seal
Band. If I can find the right .
his 12th day of April, 1UU7.SAM'L.
: kind of. thing, I will produce a harmony [ will find us at D. JORDAN
sal tke OBaoai Orange droves, Flauppla Flaatatloa* .
., In color corresponding to Bee- Clerk Circuit Court Voluaia county, Pie ) ,
Coeoanat Stoves uA TegeUtl Farm of Us country M
thoven'. harmonies In sound./ Otto H. Stetson and_DeLand. ferUntary '

Notice of
Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof 5 n reached from iKkMBTlUa vU Us
A nig ...... .
I ."'U teD1" said the man of middle age. Notice Is hereby given that 8. A. Baker, I

lie was bending over the palmist purchaser ot Tax Certificate No. 96,
k{ .whispering excitedly In her ear. dated 6tb day June A. D. 1HDU.has died said sOILED BRAND Sl1(
ERRYS oeitittoaMIn my office and has m tleapplloa.tlon .
"Ustenr be ..Id ..pln. "My wife : for Ux deed to Issue In accordance with

\ lS\I\ I. coming &.you this afternoon .to aw. Said certificate embraces the lollow- i

;;tr' ',' ,have her fortune told, and if you want Seedsprove lag described Florida property to-witi situated In Volusla Mean $ $ made to all who way.Far

',11',( .- to mak.8Om. money on the ..Ide"rt. \JOuntvbf ock 73, Seville

H* laid a bank not on the stuffed prove their worth at barvept The said land being assessed at the date buy or wear them. In style A .

'// _I'. bead. After over fifty ycursofsncceu ot the Issuance of such certificate In name *'
'I ease and durability Shield Brand Shoes at btniiftit\ book It Past COM of tlorlda",11M sun ox
of MPT
"J'J { -"tell her on no account to buy a they are pronounced Seville Co. Unless said oerti- ,
I floats shall be redeemed according to low toe the mark of perfection. Vsefm.lar Florida, and other Ufbrautloa, sldnaii. -
,i!;, motor ear, became you read :In her the best and surest by careful thereon
Ux deed l will Issue on tbe 14th day
palm that she I* doomed to be killed inam planters everywhere. Your of May A. D. 1907. OLD BY RCUIABL.C"' MCRGtIAINTS" ONl/Y Jo.BJIE"
1' ,... __ ..... .
1 automobile accident"-New York dealer sells them. 1907.Seed Witness my official signature and seal .r..o.a L &

: I' PWSSS. Annual free on request. this Ibo 12th day of April A. D. 1IK>7. M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers. aT. AVGUSTIISE' :n..a..

_ .. Db M.VXUr: *..0..DMnll....-. laICAL] SAM'L D. JORDANClerk'
Circuit Court Volusla County,
.liJI Raw B. __-.. ---- .- -- ---

': Professor Huxley had a funny way -------- -
'. : .f remembering certain anatomical detail Notice of Application for Tax Deed
'- Under Sections DeLand Saw and Mills & WorksJ.
of !
,;;. of the human heart On the left We promptly obtain u. B. and Foreign of Florida Chaptea4888Laws Planing Novelty

';;;, side of the heart there la a valve with '

\\" two nap* resembling a bishop's miter urobaser Notice la hereby of Tax given Certificate: that B. A.No Baker 102 ''T. CAIRNS, Propr. 'and Manager.LUMBER. .- .

'J; ,aad known a. the mitral valve.' The dated tbe 8th day of June A. D., 1HU7 baa

';f:; 4 mtsi>.>i>dliig valve on the right side Sled said certificate In my!: office, antf bas DnESSE
ha* three The made application for tax deed to Issue In IS ILL
flap only means by n WILL COST YOU
ooordanoe with law. Said certificate
;'l ,.iwmleh b* could remember their 're- free Send modal,katoli or photo of InTeollun for the following; described property embraces GENT to write for our big TKKH BICrCLB catalogue AND ROUGH<

r fira book Write situated In Volusla county Florida, to-wltt I mttowijyt the molt ...ndrBcNDKr. Una of hlgli-aTad* :
ftj.. skeptic's humor wee by the reJJ Pftt.fltNan4 lflflUCMflIJ to Lou 1 to 8 inc. block 68, Seville. BKLO say other mamfactunr: Titans w""iath._"" a& 'BlOU Ceiling, FlooringSldliijf Turning, Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window ana
"' faction Tbs said land being assessed at tbs dateof Door Frames, Newel Posts, Balunten, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns: etc.,
') '" .. thta.)1hGP; could. never bet the Issuance of such certificate In the DO NOT BUY BICYCLE tT':,--' Shedding for Oroves and Pineries. saTCrates and Box Material a specialty
," tbI rlalat. name of Seville Co. Unless saltS certlfl- arm am MWrfe/Orwui until you have received oar .complete. ..** Contracts taken for the erection of any kind of a building; .
:.ot .i.I> "ate shall be redeemed according to law, lo-n.* Uluetreun and deecnbinf erwry kind of blab-aTad" and low-grad* '
.1)4) '.;\\t Ux deed will Issue: thereon on the 14th day bicycle! *. old patterns and lateet model,and learn or our' remarkable LOW DELANO FlORIDA. .
ot May A. D. 1907. F111VE9; and wondevrnl now offers made poulbla bjaaulna(ram Itetotf
?:. '5'.t.' a Frn& Witness my official signature and seal direct to rider with no middlemen1 proBta.
: this I2h WE SHIP OH APPROVAL _"owl. CM* t1q t,l,Pay the FMUht and 1
% "French of U. 1907.
walnut Is the finest wood day APrlak allow 1O Days Fr... Trial and make. other. liberal terma which no other n
: :we have." said the cabinetmaker.' .!"It I 'i: D. JORDAN ........In the world will do. You will. learn verythlns: and eel micA.te.
Clerk Circuit Court Volusl County. Fla. able information by aimply writing .. '
u a (natal.i
j esm.. from Persia but It I Is
prepared We need RId la
i a f Aa nf every town and can offer sa opportunity
la France. I have seen French walnut : to maka money to cuRable young men who apply at once. '

: 'worth |8 a pouna-and It is a !common -, BO YEARS* Notice of Citation.In ONLY Boi d Lumber ompal

2: .i thlnr toper 99 pound for It.. Of EXPEIIIENCETasoc County Court. Volusla County; Florida. ; RJI 8.50 PUNCTURE-PROOF TIRES $! A.80 ] / \ ] _

., :4, 'ueerse It .. mad principally: for veneer- By the County; Judge of said County: Prloo _

gOn1yr:: millions..*. could have Whereas, Simeon Bwerdlerger applied to $8.40 per pair. .8 0 PII PAIl Will quote you prices and supply you from their yards near the depot"

;.-.I.e.i and tables..of solid French wal-, ibis Court for Letter of Administration onthe To Intraduco at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pln. !

.k awe; ,. Mahogany,r wonderful .. 1 It I Ie, Estate of Herman O. Swerdferirer, We Will Still 4: .lACK'
deceased, late of*ald County of Volusla. I '
':' "<<, )f. rarely letcbse..uch high, prlceev From These are,therefore to cite and admonish You m Sample :MONT LET Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings

: I \ ft to 93 to a very good price per pound Mains all and singular tbe kindred and creditor. Pal. to* Only GUT THI AIR IbI' ,
(caaH WITH OHOCH e4.*.)
few GIll wood. Ebony If It lsa DesiGNs of said deceased to be inc appear before '
r par-
.J."' Coviuewrs' an.nvoal..sdfni this Court!: on or before tbe :22nd: day of NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES. Shingles Laths Etc. J1/:
t. .. .....jleetv. ee 4bat It win rat ilateh and April A. D. 11107, and file objection If any Remit of 1 3 years experience in tire .
... nunvfoktr
: .w.. .....bring .. ... have ...
9 pound In theAseatThat awMTtaln our opinion whet they to tbe granting letter aforesaid making. No danger from THORN CAC .
4 'I.,It.! ,n ,,. ...... mi.t! 1 .......11011 I......h.hlr ... ti Co..u.unI.a.tiouesWOenSd.ntI.i. onPuant. otherwise the same will be panted aa TUS. PINS. HAlLS TACKS or GLASS.WotlM. .tha. ... "Bzand ;;.; All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick, Cement, etc:\, prom ptljelleedMalsby
aa pUMtara atrip* anowhere In the city.
I ; aent free, uldeec aMnnr for.eouruif p..eta. prayed.Witness Serious punctures, like Intentional knife cuts, can "0." .... dm. HtoprT ..
,4 j f f : ratenw tekea tbroaah Mann O, esesive my name a. County Judge of the strip
.. -
..... a.a RaW ajiata)tutttf. wlthoM. .i.....M tie County aforesaid, this lied day of March, be vulcanized like any other tire. atrlma tli>r. TUetlr .
'- Two Hundred Thousand pair now hi actual... Qvw will onIaI a sib.
... .' lnceniM < to asM 1110'I ? ELAn.J 0 sad
SdtnflflcJImerkas. .....LEE: 9 v nly.flvs Thousand pairs toM .tart *.,. -t tI3FiuDUipetOmmOltl
: they ntalu ... .What shin MoCBORT .n ___ .___ _
A)... and fined buIIde h n
uWd.s. fce.T
: .
; p .
,, Kanaisv-CltTe of anf.......... VmrnaL '1'ti ,M. with of rubber. ,which .becomes and which. emcee
quality never amall
SM "'.* abet... &trtlaJt tleaJa,: ,,' ontaa,llTiioVl klan n..d.i.n. I without a medal allowing tbe air to__pe. We hav.hundreds porous of letter from satisfied np onatonw puncture* Millthetuielrtlmhavonlybeenpunipadapoiieorlwicui .

> aad her pure young art. Frees jN '. N Notice of Application for Tax: Deed Under I a... ..' _. They weigh aemore' ISas '
: Section 8 4888 lAw. of .n ordinary Ire, the puncture ....latluf.qa.llt1es being glees by several iay.rs or thin. Machinery CO
9 St WaMlnetoa Chapter .peelallit
what shall I say boot -
.," . I preparedfabrlconlhetread. That ; sensation cummoaly felt whea riding F1I.1abCI3ANSTREtT
........ '"Oamllle"fro.'hGw-: Florida or soft road la overcome by th* patent "Buke Weave" tread which prevents all sir,=:befog ,tong Distance Phone j ,
-. queeied out between the tire and the road thus_ ( of tie'.e .'
pates I'
Jacksonville I
r Jswt eosapleted century, ran laS Notice Is hereby given tbat 8. A. Baker I tires is$II 50 .per pair,but few a4V.rtIotDIl.Pu.n... .Usuelloa.Jhenpia. to the rider n74 ,
>aswt, .......-all. throw' swnarLJ ; ( ;l'\''\ oticeJo Creditors.. purchaser ol tax certificate No. lot I of only,..80 per .p.ir. All orders shipped came day 'letter la received. WeehlpCO.D. OCt.PPfecSlI I
'"'" : dated the 8th day of June. 1HU7. has flied you do not My a cent until you ban examined and found them strictly as n-preMnted.
les about the splendid kotloe 1 U hflraby given that, tile-under.Uroed aid oertlfloaU In my office and; baa mad- I We will allow a eewn dlMonnt ol 5 p r cent(therebymakingthe. price" .4.ai per pair) If rod send
fIC ... ripe :...iue.- ....: It.. been appointed bf the Conner application for tax deed to issue In ooord I PULL CASH WITH" OHnKU anti: .. ":'J:1.: on* nickel State Agent for the I
'.... .... [. (,... M.f. .... anal with law. Said certificate embrace* I, plated I bnu band Damp and two 5.mp.ou (Uieae metal
J.dpetVeluala Florid Executor
..., County, puncture closer to tie need In cue Intentional knife cuts or heavy ...hdl. Tire to be returned Celebrated Olds
,,,.: of tbe Eitate( J, M Garland, Iste deceased th. following described property situated .t OCR vpenM If for any reason they.* not satisfactory on .amln.tIou. .
) .of said oouAtv.qd has duly qusttled .. In Volusla county Florida, to-wlli: Wear*perfectly rellablaand I monaysent to na 01 I aa -'e aa In a bank. Ask year Fosrmuter. Gasoline Engine
soah JzeedtoP-! ,'All eredltors, legatee*, Lot 10 10 18 lao, block 68, Seville Banker. tizpreaaorJ'rsllfi A>en or the Editor thl. about. na. If yon order a Mir of
o R1A": distribute, and all parlous having claims : The said land befog assessed at the date II,...tires you will dan that they will rid easier, run r..C. wear better,last hunger and tookfiner
than any Ur you have seer need or seen at any pric\ W*know lhak you will be so well pleased
demands against! said estate are hereby of the Issuance of such certificate In the : that when yon went a btcyoleyou will (ly*.*your otdcTM. W*want you toaead sni a anutl trial '
4tMNL" notified to present the aame, duly satheatkoMed same of Seville 00. Unless-said oertifi. order at once, bane tola remarablatfreCOASTERBRAKES. 011.... fortlm"d? Stationary Bniflnes'antl Boiler Wood Worlctnff Machinery;'.nd'
., lo the aadenlgned within the tin* oat hall. be redeemed. according to law, ;; bniit-np-wh****, eailiti**, p*tals', cart* and -= in seven sizes: Friction Feed Cable 1',
I AMfl INpl marlbad itt the aame :will!, beb0rt&7 lax dd will"Umie there a oa the 'lash day rmythln* In the-bicycle line are aoUrky n*i :. Chain Set Work. and Improved Lightning) Gig, Patent '
: .j V.IJT.IJT.I"'I.*' ;1 '; of May 190f.' -. price*.charged by dealer* repair num. Writ for our big BOHOBT eatalnnn. Dog AJax Center Orank. Enl'lne. are constructed -, '
: *"'G4AUNI not. minfAiMtr but .write.. postal _yo DO not TUDIX ov Btrruro with special reference to the special work of -
:U. ), WIUMM offlefsl and seal! required them: Thte
air signature ..
U I _HI. bicycle or pair of tire from sam know the new a4 combination
aayoa of.
s .:-"Ixeeuto, ?. this the 12th day of MOT-.. yon engine and milt makes the beat saw mill outdt ;
earth .
", April wonderful,pgers we S1*auJ'>m>., U only eaols a poeul.. learn v 8Qth1a* sV. Write HOW. liberal oa Sold-
.- m'\ Broadway. K.w Xoik'Otty. IIAWLD.JORDAN on terms.Write for' Illustrated 1907'catlotand prices.-Comoleta'

y .$.A.uJ8Ua,1WI. '. .i'Vrk.Wroui' $- ,C. artVolaU- county. Via. LEAu WtHE; ,OWJUIY! ........ "J L". CHJQAM.ILUiv I Ir line carried la stock for Immediate shipment -
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