The Volusia County record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087347/00203
 Material Information
Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
lccn - sn 95026693
System ID: UF00087347:00203
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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,, CORRESPONDENT) Interesting Items from a U N tU1)i

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!J Orange City. l?' : i : i' j "?l l5 .
than 00 young men in Stetson i
I University have organized themselves L j r! .1

'v-. lot' Infanta" and 'Children.t. (Miss Ada G. Massey I Is the duly accredited Into Bible Study Clubs, which meet ;
I I III agent of The Record .at Orange daily for the study of the Bible.

II t. .Caatorta !g a harmless substitute for. Castor Oil, Paregoric City and will accept subscriptions and There are that many young women, I
,' Drops and BootMner Syrops. It'is Plea amt.' It dp for the same. Any courtesies( extended also, who meet every Sunday evening :
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic her will be duly appreciated.) under the instruction of Mrs. Hulley 1'1'0 '

substance. It destroys! worms and allays Feverlwhness. -- for the study of the Gospel of John. -:

It; cures I>ferrhco(* And Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth J. B. Welch wishes to announce that The young women are soon to take up f:

ing TrtMibles and-cures Constipation. It regulates the) be now bus fresh oysters every day in the study of Missions and after that
8tomacb and llowela giving healthy<< and natural sleep. his market. expect to organize bible Clubs for .''k L

!lho; Chllureu'a Panocetv. -The Mother's Friend.: I Mr Corkran and wite are located at .the dally study of the Bale. _____ ___ ____ 1

The Kind You Have Always.'ought '"The Trues'1 for the wmte> They hall The Stetson University Glee Club d "1
I I will give its first concert December 6. h
from West Cornwall Conn.
but It Is at present retting! ready for k !

> Bears the Signature of Major Brenna and wife and Mrs. an elaborate series of moonlight serenades iI

Taylor. arrived Monday evening Mrs I on the University campus November ii "j,
Brenna in laid np with la grippe. We 15. ,

I hope she will soon recover. The University foot-ball team I la to ,

Rev. Campbell Gray will not holi play Rollins College at Winter Park ,

service on Snnday Nov. 17, but on the November 23! ami again at DeLand I Ii JE L5E I

I following Sunday Nov. 24. at 7:80: p. m. November 28 (Thanksgiving Day) and lb uie j [ Ui'
on Monday Nov. 11, the University r t ,
All are cordially invited to attend. IL&I
In Use For Over 30 Years. second team (composed entirely of t :. I : _Tr. _. Mmit_ ,
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Miss Lnka'e in C
Exchange is now good< a-
7I t 9t4yg voflNIz.rnA.v.TNw..wYo! on' players who do not play on the first
running order and housekeepers will do tIll
team) will play the team from the
r well to call and see her. If you do not Tampa High' School on the foot-bal cbe) Best and most economical to Use '
find the store door open some one will field at DeLand. fj'
;. meet yon at the house door and will
Professional Cards. The boys have a new song for the
... CHOICE PEACH LAND welcome either patrons or consignors. occassion, which runs as follows: LOOK FOR'THE' UABEL-THE JAPANESE GIRL IN RtD. ,
Service at the M. E. Church as follows O wait th.m around affaln. Eddla. .....,..." ,......." ." ..
JAMES i Sunday School, 10 a, m.1 t Sermon
Around. arouud around
11 a. m,' by Rev. Cornell, of DeLand I Then paai them along to our Freddie I dear Eddie. For Sale by Q. A. DREKA &.CO,, DeLand, R. S. MALEY, Daytona,
$10.00 to $100.00 PER, ACRE Junior League, 8 Sermon 7 And don't let their feet touch the :ground.The
ATTORNEY' and COUNSELOB-AT- p.m.i p. ..t.e..iy.They'li .
: : other will help you to shove the ball
LAW, But Peach Section In"tha State m., by pastor; subject, "A Valley of bother the follow. that tackle you Freddie' IRELAND & McCALL, New Smyrna.The .
Dry Bones." All are cordially Invited. So waits them around aKaln Lddie
S. A. BAKER, '.' Seville Fla. Around. around around.
DeLand. Florida. Mrs. &iper arrived in Orange City -
The: Halowe'cn frolic oft
Will Practice In State and Federal Monday evening for a few days stay. prettily this Unusual paused and Morals of Stetson.This I At DeLand Churches.
very year. PRINTED BY
Courts W. C. CANNONS'Livery She bas sold her pretty cottage on I REQUEST.
wlerd effects the
Graves Ave to Mr. Hall, who has been were produced by will be the subject on which
': ': & ELY. Feed and Sale Stables. in the "Gnnnery" for the pest month. use of colored lights' and the best of President Unlley will speak at the next Presbyterian Church I

STEWART Mr. J. L. True made the sale and Mrs !good! the cheer was preserved all students aroundby Vesper service, and the Vesper Committee I Rev. Benjamin B. Knap Paiter. Prepared at .Small Cost, and

Fine Fashionable Turnouts Piper is stopping at the Trues. and the co-operation. ot the hereby invites the public to at- Sunday school at 9:45. Morning service -
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Office Faculty.The tend. The moral life at the University of worship and sermon at 11 Many Swear By it.
Bus meets all trains at A. O. L. Depot.! Mrs. Disbrow Mrs Colvllle and Mrs Stetson Weekly Collegiate under I
: the and is o'clock.
women ,
among men
Uai'ks mat morning and afternoon F. E. Howell sisters ot Mrs Benham young Mix
/ the able editorship of illas ClaireV the following by shaking well in
in which all inter-
In Bank Building, and subject we are
Branch office over PotofflceDAY1ONA U.trains: Ry at trains UoLnnd nt Orange Junction.: I City,U. S nigh Mail I reached Orange City via Mrs.Enterp..leeWednesday Disbrow Whiting!, is making a splendid eHted Come out therefore, and hear 'I First M. E. Church a bottle, and take in teaspoonful dose

both routes Hacks meet boat at Berenford I morning. record this year. Miss Whiting is : the address Come and hear the music Rev. W. J. Harkness Ph. D.. Pag'or. ; after meals and at bedtime:
Vary D. Landis Bert Fish Gentle horses and cnrttul drivers. spent a part of last winter here and from Providence R. I. The Business also. The Director of the School of Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Preaching Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half
lot Mrs, Benbam ,
& FISH Phone 3. DeLa d. Fla bought a joining on Manager is Fred Smith of Missouri Music baa the best choir that ever sangat service 11 a. m Them, "Past .and
LANDIS French Ave. and both have built cot The Literary Editor is Doyle E Carl the University The mnslo last Sunday Present, Mark 14:41.: League meeting ounce; Compound Kargon. one ounce;

and COUNSELORS- tages during the past summer. ton, ot Wauchula The reporters are was beautiful. The audience wasa 6:49 p. m. Special music by Mrs. Powe.St. I Compound, Syrup Sarsaparilla, three

ATTORNEYS AT-LAW |Insure with u a. Mr. and Mrs. Hood and Dr. DIckinson Miss Elizabeth Hughlett of Cocoa ; large one. Some beautiful flowers. i ounces. A. local druggist is the authority -

returned Tuesday evening from Miss Loulle Snead of Virginia! Miss the gift of Mrs. Stetson to the University i Barnabas', Church. that these simple harmless Ingredients
DeLand Florida NOW Is the time. their camping trip. They report a jolly Marion Jackson of DeLand, Mr E. C for the Vesper service were on the St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev. '
Federal good time. Had all the fish they could Bostick of Wauchula, Mist Elizabeth: platform Everything combined t<, Campbell Gray Rector. can be obtained at nominal

Will Practice Courts.in State and Spot cash for losses. eat alao snnlrrels enough for two meals Carson of Ktsslmme Miss Eva Laneof make tbe service one of great help to Nov. IT, XXV Sunday after Trinity.T cost from our home druggists.

We them their fun New York, James Roseborough of ,all who there. The mnaio is The mixture is said
Special facilities for examining and envy but think they were /growing a. m. Holy Communion; 9:80: a. m to cleanse and
(U should be protected. home in time the DeLand and Clara Goodman.Mr. better Sunday. Mr. Hill's
perfecting land titles got just to escape every Sunday school! ; 10:80: a. m. Choral ser i strengthen the clogged and inactive
coming wave which promises to be a Barrs of Jacksonville, and !MrPolitz obligato was very much appreciated vice with sermon. 5pm. Evensong.
(R you Insured ? cold, frosty one'. of Daytona. have returned to The people evidently show the greatest Daily service at B p. m. Kidneys, overcoming Backache Bladder .

J I L. McCRORY, school having been called away by apprecUtion of the Vesper service. Dr. weakness and Urinary tronble of
.. livery company reliable. Miss Etta King, principal of the pub- the State Government to go into Hnlley i is going to speak next Sunday] Rev. Campbell dray will conduct all kinds, If taken before the stage of

Ho school and say that the school Is goingon camp. They are both soldier boys. on "The Morals of the University" and servto i and preach at All Saints'Church Brlght's disease. !
ATTORNEYATLAW.DeLand nicely she Is pleased to see par then on the Sunday following on "The Enterprise, Snnday next. Nov. 17th, at .
When does your policy expire P ents and patrons are taking an interest The University has not only the the Town." and 4 'Those: who have tried this say it positively -
Morals of Every man p. m.
enrollment in its but
and visiting the school which always biggest history who has the love of the University overcomes pain in the back,
Florida. I Js your policy In force ? encourages the pupils and inspires themto it has also the best enrollment, for woman Christian; Church
heart is invited to attend
at clears the urine of sediment and -
the students have come from the high regulates
greater effort, both In deportment
next Sondav. See that your sons and Services in the. Christian church as
Telephone number sixteen.: and lIohollar.hip. 'Therefore: Miss King schools better prepared; they came urination, especially at night,
Silai, B. Wrliht S. B. Wright, Jr. on time Instead of straggling In: they daughters are there. These: addresses nsnal next Lords Day. S. S 10 a. m
says she has truly enjoyed, teaching are straight ont from the shoulder., Sermon 11 a. m. and 7:80: p. m. Dr. curing even the worst forms of blad. !
& WRIGHT, HON INSURANCE AGENCY enrolled in the higher departments,
the two and Miss
WRIGHT during past months
and took better standing and rank They are spoken evidently in great Grable will preach at both services and weakness. ,I
declares she will in
Molfatt loin the
; earnestness of to benefit the, will continue to hold evangelistio ser
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.': ': : chorus." from the start. purpose Every man or woman here who feels :
U will find us at town; and the student, The Vesper vices at 7.30:: p. m each evening duringthe
NOTARIES PUBLIC Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dawson a bridal Editor Russell of Palatka has his Committee will be glad to welcome all, incoming week Every one is cordially I- that the kidneys are not strong or acting I

OIBve at Telegraph Ofllce.Dt Stetson and DeLand. couple from Paris Ky.. are being entertained son at Stetson; Senator Carson of: who can come Remember the hoar, and individually invited to attend in a healthly manner should mix
has and at
Kisslmmee daughter
FLORIDA. at "New Forest," the beautiful a son 410.: these services. this prescription at home and give it a
AND Stetson Hon. Albert Carlton the
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howe of Mr. and Mrs E M. J, W. B. Smith.
Carpenter banker of Wauchula, has two eons at ; trial as it is said to do wonders formany
HODGKIN'SWagon on Bonth Volnsia Ave. The bride wasa Pastor.
Stetson; Governor Broward has a Take the Cheap Excursion Trip to persons
E. ALEXANDER Miss. Johnson of the belles of the
one <
J daughter at Stetson; and so It goes Vnlon Services The: Scranton (Pa.) Times: was first .
Blue Grass State and their marriage on
.4, Shop the 80th nit., was one of the social all over the State. Winter Park. The union services of the M. E to print this remarkable prescription f

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. events among the society set *t Paris There are more than 30 Florida The A. C. L. R. R. Co. has agreed to, Presbyterian and Christian churches In October of 1906, since when all the )

Ky. They are prominently connectedand boys who are helping to pay their run a special train to Winter Park on, will be held at the Christian church leading newspapers of New York. Boston -
Office'I Brush Block. LAND; FLA. or historic families of Kentucky. way through' Stetson University by Nov. 23 the date of the Stetson-Rollins Dr. Grable Ohio will preach the sermon -
DeLand, Florida. They are having a deligbtfnl visit with all sorts of service rendered to the football game at Winter Park. The, before the District Endeavor Con Philadelphia, Pittsburg and other

Will Practice In State and Federal Everything In Wagons, Buggies. Carts, Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter's. They will University and to citizens. Some are fare will be 81,23 for the round trip., vention. Special music. You are cordially cities have made many announcement I
Court etc., manufactured and repaired in my visit the principal points of Interest in typewriters some give office help, The train will leave DeLand< about 11 a Invited. of it to their readers. :

Shop in the very best workmanship Florida beforereturning to Kentucky.On some work: in the dining-room some m. and arrive in Winter Park about 1 J. W. B. Smith, .j
known.. Only first-class men employed serve as janitors, some are stenographers p. m. The exact hour will be an- Sec. I
QK. U. A. DAVIS I and first-class work turned ont' I have Friday evening. Nov. lath, a New, others help in the library, in nounoed later. The railroad company Trespass: notices printed on cloth, can

SURGEON ately added to my III ant a England supper will, be served by the the University book room in the business requires that at least 100 persons be be had in any quantity at The Record

PHYSICIAN AND ladies of the Congregational church for otlice in the Dean's office, and on guaranteed; for the trip at the above Arc Metal. AllvaT office -t
DELANO :FLORIDA. the: benefit of tile fund in the the
parsonage campus. ates.. Anyone who expects to take the "Metala hove life" said a metallurgist
Office at residence Indiana avenne. Library Building from five to seven ,
Court House. o'clock. The oommittee that The Florida Baptist Education Society trip will greatly oblige the managementby firmly-"not much life, but a lit Ram.
: request handing the above amount to Fred
Office Hours: 9 to 19. 11 to 4, and 7 to 8. all donations of which it is hoped there Stetson! is co-operating University with to assist the John B. totta. manager of the foot ball team tie. And metals can be stimulated Rom I I. an eternal study. One of '
will be be left with Mrs. E A. young depressed poisoned. the asked some stranger whether
many. for the Gospel Ministry to make up a part of this guarantee popes
men! preparing
3111. 'The: prloe of the will be "Platinum wire immersed in water they bad been in Rome for 1
Z., BAERECKE. ?X. D. supper The University is paying the nnd. If you can do this a receipt will day or
83 cts. It is expected that guests will tuition of all the young men and women be given yon .and. your ticket will be gives off an electric current that may weeks or for month '

have a good time and get the worth of who are preparing for ministerialand landed you on the day on which the easily be measured. If you put bicarbonate "If you have been here but a short

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. their money. Everyone should attend missionary work. rain is tun. Any assistance along this of soda In the water tbe time," be said "you may not return ,
and ladies of the church in
thru help first effort the this season. This Item Prof. Frost of the Department of line will be greatly appreciated by the stimulated wire give off a stronger but If you have been here for months 1

Office on East New York Avenne should have appeared last week but English' has charge of the Stetson management.: current. Put in bromide of potassium you are sure to come back."-Boston, i

DELAND, FLORIDA. owing to numerous other duties we did Literary Society and reports 1 hat the FRED BOTTS, and the depressed wire give off a Herald. 1

not remember to enclose it in our O C. society has never been In as (rood con- Mgr. Football Team weaker current. Finally, put in oxalic i*

A. S. MUNSON.HOMEOPATHIC radget. We are sorry for this and dition as It is this fall. The membersare acid and the poisoned ;wire gives off A Great Sohama. ,

DR. hope the supper will be a "howling InoI very earnest and have good pro- no current at all. It will never again Young Husband-When my wife first

cess." grams every Saturday night. They The Rev. Irt R. Hicks 1908 Almanac !give off any current. It la dead. began to do ber own cooking we were 'l'
;. have strong debases, and are learningto
I : PHYSICIAN., VUU\ I use forcible and, beautiful English Is ready for delivery and excels all "Now I leave it to you. If you can having company every ,day-tiresome .

correctly.The former edition in beauty and value. depress a metal exhilarate It and'' relatives colleagues so called friend :1
Office Second Door South of Fisher'sDrug A Square Deal beautiful in colors administer to It fatal dose Gradually all
Store. I Carnegie library building The? cover is a design Anally a they dropped off and ,
tile entire book is fnU of fine halftones of poison, have you not a right to I then we engaged a good cookv-File-
OFFICE HOURS 10 to 13 a. m.; 3 to 5 II[ assured you when you buy Dr. Fierce which was designed by Mr. H J Klu- say
COLD TIRtUSETTER astronomical engravings and interesting that the metal has life"' Tends Blatter.Women .
and7to8p.m. > family medlclnes-<-fontall ttha dngredlenta tho the Jacksonville architect, Is .
16 contains the Hicks
DeLand Florida Can"*aet '" Tires J without taking entering-into them are printed on coming on beautifully. It will be a matter. -
your weather forcasts complete for the whole
vehicle. We take the bottle-wrappers and their formula handsome stiucture substantial and A Mollified Subject.Nollekens .
wheels from ont no illustrated The Well
finely price by as as Men
are attested under oath al being complete complete in all its details. year.
burn felloes tbe sculptor a man
bolts, rub no paint or your mail i Is 85 cents on News-Stands 80 wo
with a hot tire. Come and see it work and correct. You know just what you are The best tennis tournament held at cents Word and Works, the Rev. Irl of pretty wit and of neat resource In Are Made Miserable by
for and that the Ingredient are
DR 1 JOHN REEVE and yon will never have your Tires set gathered paying from Nature's laboratory, being the: University in years Is just drawing R. Hicks fine monthly magazine con- compliment. lIe had at one time for a

hot again. selected from the most valuable native to a close. It looks as though Tom talus all his weather forcasta from, sitter a woman of great beauty, but of Kidney Trouble.

Thanking yon for your patronage< in medicinal roots found growing In our Hays or Mr. Tllden or Mr. Cottqn month to month, together with a vast tin extremely nervous and Impatient

DELAND FLA. the past and hoping a continuance In American foreariMLwhlle. potent to cure would wear the laurels this year. Six amount of the best family .reading.The temperament During her sittings she

the future, I remain are perfeCH* Harinl I aOento the moot tennis courts have been in use this price is 81 a year and one almanac would constantly change her position, Kidney trouble prey upon the mind dla
fall the players ready for the
Yours to serve dellcaM womaa.a>lTnllirTeTrr*_Not_ a drop_ getting the University goes with each sntmcription Address and with each shift of posture her expression courages and lessens ambition; beauty.vigor
The President ot
SCOTT HODQKINS. contest. Word and Works Publishing Co., 2201 ,--.,"=:.," .... and cheerfulness soon
believes in vigorous sports as Locust Street. St. Louis, Mie onri. changed. At last the sculptor'spatience t : -- disappear when the kidneys

'n a great agent In making: men. He Write for rate on almanacs in quantities gave way.. are out of order ,
nrluOpTea uaini lirtiipni t yli. nnm_trliilrreflnod believes In foot-ball for the very reaon Agents wantl' "Mudam." he cried "of what avail disused.
V. N. VOORHIS I cerj.no. inn agent poftseaw that most people do not believeIn Is your beauty If you will not sit still -- Kidney trouble has
InTrlnilc eo1c1ivI.propertiesoI. Its own' it because it is and de- .
rough : .
Dentist being a most valuable antiseptic and anti- velopes, strength of will and strengthof Letter to S. A. Wood till I have reflected It In my. model?", become *a prevalent .
demul- !' that It Is not uncommon ,
ferment, nutritive and soothing The sitter smiled with gratified van-1 -
body and strength of mind to pay! DeLand Fla.. : for a child to be born '
?!- ERRYSSeeds eent.' ty and was us motionless as a lay figure '
; DeLand Fla. weU.,
P. O.. Block, i Glycerine play an Important! part In Dear Sin If a customer wants 433 60do the remainder of ber slt-l afflicted with weak kid
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery In 3 wa'Uni. during
Friday night November ney. If the child urln.i .
Hours: 8.80 to 13 and 1.80 to 41OLUSIA the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia and versity night at Stetson. Miss Maysle : you give him ,751 J tings.-St. Louis Republic. I -i i rr -_ ate too often. If the

'IprO'l'e wealt stomach, attended by sour risings, Emery ot Jacksonville was mistressof Suppose von should hear j of one of urine cold"* the flesh or If, when tbe child
coated I
tongue ,
their worth at harvest poor heartburn! appetite, gnawing breath feeling In stomach ceremonies The students 'were your customer doing a thing ,like thai' "Strong:; Even In Diath." I reaches ais age when It Mould be able to

COUNTY ABSTRACT time.' AfterovertftyyearOf biliousness and Kindred derangei I there, many of them dressed in green and knowing It. what would you say There l I'< 'n characteristic story of! control the passage It is yet afflicted with
I of .he stomach liver and bowels. and white the colon of the Unlversty. bed-wetting depend It. tha of .
v menu next time be wants discount? in1 American! woman formerly wellj upon. cause
INSUR- pronounced ,
Beilde curing alt the above distressing' It wall an evening of mirth the difficulty I is kidney trouble and the tint
ANCE COMPANY. '. the beat and surert by careful ailment. the- olden! Medical Discovery and song after a hard week's study. We'll venture half your men are dIng known la ,London that will bearieetingt re; step should be- toward the treatment of '

planter everywhere. You .. specific' for all diseases. of the mucous The Stetson Collegiate' had printed that very thing without a sn plolon. say a writer In London, these Important organs.. This unpleasant -: ,
Bert Fish Cary D4andIs. | dealer sell\ them. 1907 See* I membrane, a* eatarrb whether of thenatal Truth. Tbe lady I I. said to have written -! j'
of the stomach, bowel several pages of songs; one ot them !Men who paint any other paint than trouble I* due to a diseased condition of the) ,
S President _Sec y and Treaa. Anioal free on request. I or pelvis passages organ or Even luRe uloeratlve lung to the tune of "Chicken" was aa Devoe are paying $75 for 938 SO or some tbe" ''following 'J I.tter I to a '' royal kidney and bladder and not to a habit ..* '.
V.K.riBAT A CO..DMnlt,KlakWa >, stages It will yield to this sovereign rem- follows: i' other such figure. personage; moat people luppoee.

Titles: Insured.Abstr&i4jlurnished edy If Itaus... be persevered In. InChronla S-Am the way It ......n.. I gallons ,':'Sir-My medical attendant have'' Women as' well a* men era made ml.*. .
and titles perfected Catarrh of tbe Nasal passages! It Is well.;, T-Am th.next latter in,' 10 Devoe Is enough for a goodie just Informed me that I am In a hope-1! rahls with kidney, and bladder, trouble' ,
; Maps, Plat and Blue Printa Sup- promptly obtain U. 8.anil. ForeignPATENTS while taking the 'Golden Medlaal DIscover E-Now dat am not all. I house two'' coats; la or 90 Isn't too and both need the same great remedy. .
,. .. less condition. I should die did :'
for the constitutional< T-We a elnoh oa de .11. happy -
plied.Opposite Volusla County Bank. treatment, to cleans necessary the passage freely I S-Am da flllln* lit. much of another paint, There'. $8.70 I know that yea would be- tepreaentediat The mild and th* Immediate) effect of .. .. ,
0Amn.arln d.end., I Swamp-Root I is ,
i soon realised. It I is cold
DLAND FLORIDA two or three time a day with Or. Base a'' S-T-E-T-8-O-N- or 17.BO for 9 or 10 extra gallons; besides my funeral. .1 &Inclose a check for'* '
[. CaUrrU Remedy This thorough course Dat ant da way to pell Btataon. II j 3 for it that's by druggist. In fifty ;
$ to $4 a gallon putting on; 1OOO to cover.all expense '
the wont, cent and '
.t'' dollar
ef trestmSi1enerafl7 cure : : 'I on. "
I .. I Prof. Colton. who teaches in thq .10 tO $40. 'That: half the honevu ., ..
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ...... lie*. Y04I may havej a .
QITY1 Bend model.skaich or photo of Invention for la couafa* and hoenmees eaawd bg Schools of Technology and who stores factories warehouses shops barns ''When Ht Oat tons*. | sample bottle by maiL
frv bookaowioSecareTRAOE hlal!. throat and tuna affection, ... 1mtD-1 coaches the boy In foot-ball, and who t'
1 free report oa Dah'ntabllty. ?'v fences are painted,? Silo for paint and ;
OFFICE OF write) umpUua In lu adraocud ....,...the' 1 1lodlcalblacoTerr Is popular with the players I Husband-nave you',still. the 'letter*. free also pamphlet tell- Ree__
MASKS .U efficient rem-1 vry: was labor; $39 to MO more for not knowing alt about ,
a moat I wrote'you'before w. were married?' big It. Including many .or the.
touched off on University night In the
E., H. HAYWARD edy aapaclall* In tboaeoouchaceu obatlnate, han-on'of I what paint to pat-on. .WltTeea 'Why UnahlldlooolJl1D !! thousand ot testimonial letters naehrad!
I by Irritation" and conrnetlon: allowing song: The to Is the that from ..."....* eureaV In .
Jw bronchial maaona membraneThe Ola* on. pat-on paint writing Dr. Kim-
them '
bees, 'I want to bura.thenw ,14nmJuat.msklug ;
-. City Property a Specialty. He writesfof eovary. la not eo mod for acute eouiha arle- H.Everybody: .....nd. around worka but all dan Coltonl"' I take least gallon and make* least. bill* JaCaufBlntftiamtoa, I N*', ,Y-.t b.. Mm ajMknrTTHlTMit 1
Inc from sudden coldn. nor' mesa 1IMt ez.bactacl I for and labor. my I.1'IU. and, Item' this ''' '
", r" the Aetna, "The adlnIre/ Insurance OalltnaT ua wooden Indiana paint Dopr. .
r- 'ebaeu'njptloa 1",1.
coP advanenq
company of America'-one ot th. JtaeW-ne" W meilrtlne CUt do>tII.bul for all That never will learn,to play.. I : Your truly afraid thatrlf, any of ralaUana.aeai. Don't tnak any'mltak ;but remae''. '
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cbronia ooiwhe. which If 'Waterman takea In ....hi..... i boa letter,,arter: I am dead th. her the i .. -
f.w fire companies now very popular In OPPOSITE U 5 PATENT OfFICE the obatlnate. neglected Oarwood the bam what ami '40 FWDEVOB&Co: \ yrwlU .name Swamp-Boot Dr. KiK f ; ,;; '
Baa Frauotsoo, California. W SHIWCTOH.D.C U of tbc/baal badly treated Bjedtoina lead that no oao to coaaumnUoSK b*__-I It Everybody. woriia on ear taaia,. I IButouvou I P. Fisher sells ,- < think I wU of unsound' i mind.. Luailg* mer'. 8wam"ai4.! .the ,ddres.. ( L "I"
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'fom' choice of the large Democratic MAKING RACE. ---- OF THE CITY COUNCIL. The "SUNNY SOUTH"Has

=== mojonty with which elections -

DeLaud. Fit.. usually that state, but Convened In Its foil Term Last no winter' to speak of. yet you
Entered: In the Poeod1l1e! at
DeLand Judge Tells News Man That The Business Before It at the
Beoond 01...matter. just stand from
the people couldn't Monday. can get a bit of comfort our

the rotten machine controlling He Would "Shell the Woods." Meeting Monday.Night.
The fall term of Volnala Circuit NEW PERFECTION OIL
II. E. PUKVATT, Editor Proprietor. _ _
the Democracy there and votedto ___! III I I I. II. I I I I.I .MIlgMI J JI J ; J
(Tampa fivenlng News] Court convened last Tuesday with The City Council held its regular sea

turn it out and let.the Republicans From present Indication another Judge Minor S. Jones presiding State sion Monday night with the following A QOOD ONE FOR $5.00

The result of the recent elections in awhile.. candidate for Governor may enter tbe Attorney John O. Jones, Sheriff Tnrner bnsiness before it: --

looks like a direct blow at field within a short time to do battle and deputies, Clerk Jordan and the Notice of an ordinance was given for Heating Stoves, $2.00 up.

'the mint industry of the South. The Miami Daily News has with General Gilchrlst Jefferson B. local bar prevent. the grading of Amelia avenue between Full line of Ranges and Cook Stoves.

been absorbed by the Daily Record Browne. R. Hndtwn Burr and other The civil docket wan Bounded, case Rich and Minnesota, aa petitioned by See our "Othello" and Merit" Ranges.A .

r China must feel much of that place. While it wasa who may herald their desire for warfare set for trial or continued. The dockets the property owners.The .. ....... .._
bills ordered --
( a comparatively light one, and probably regular current were
out of it, not having. accumulatedany good, newsy paper, it was a in tbla particular field of political paid Very Large Assortment of
endeavor and deitre. but few oases will go to the jury. .' '.
distinguished considerations. financial failure-a failure that The It was decided to transfer the remaining I//
following petty jury was sworn HOUSE FURNISHINOS ;
candidate in '
prospective question .
yet from Secretary Taft. Mr. Byington could not help. is Judge baao Stewart, of DeLand In for the week: I $568 of the bond fund to the general] f D''ii, : .',

There is no field ,there for three for 17 years Judge of the Criminal J. H. Padgett. A. H. Hutchinson, revenue fund from which the accrued SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR CASH.UNDERTAKING .' '1.' t ,
Japan is to abolish beheading Albert Mailer, J. E. Pell H. E. Yelvlng- interest on outstanding warrants had _
daily papers, and the two remaining Court of Volnsla county and one of the been paid. ,. ,' ....
in favor of life imprisonment, In the State. Whilea ton, H. T. McClellan D. C. Clifton, J. "r
ones are not finding a beet known men Mr. Oldham's in regard to : xI
the E. J. N. Chauvln. J. D. I'I': '"
another indication that DeLand Livingston I I ; ; _
only News visiting yes
man was
gOld; mine. in their existence. cutting down.a tree on Alabama avenne
Mitchell E. B. Richardson, S. B. Ben- S
penitentiary is mightier than terday Judge Stewart informed him was referred to the street committee.Sanitary Prompt and Careful Attention. .. ...

: the sword. lion. George U.Matthews, rep- of the fact that he WM' thinking nett.The committee reported that G. -Under Direction .
strongly of making tbe race, ad that following Grand Jnry was organized 0'I I
resentative in the legislature T. Belt had given them permission to Mr. J. H.
Oentry Practical and Embalmer ,
a Experienced
to he had already been assured of good to investigate and return true ,
Uncle Joe Cannon seems and ministerto nn a water pipe across his property to
from Marion county support throughout the State. A number rills In several mnrdercaaes, principallythe Night Oil PhoM I4S.
the city dumping ground, thus .
with becoming enabling
have accepted -
Brazil during the Cleveland of prominent citizens of Volnsla. case of the murder of Deputy Sheriff '
hem to reach the ground at a more desirable -
resignation the determination of administration, has purchasedand county also\ stated that they wonjd back Edwards: point and also save considerable -W>a tts & Miller: Co.Incorporated .

"the boys" to run him for President assumed editorial control of the judge to the limit. 8. A. Wood, foreman) 8. D. Peacock In amount of pipe needed. ( )

whether or no.. the, Polk County (Bartow) Rec Judge Stewart la well known in Tam J, B. Taylor, O. R. Keroboff. Ben After a lengthy discussion of sanitary t- I
pa and throughout the State for hia Thuraby, H. F. Lnngren B B. Mln- matters in connection with the mar- .

It appears that the public did ord. He ia a fluent and graceful: light In behalf of Stetson University ehew, T. J. Newmans J. W. Starke L. hal's duties, it was ordered that he .

not catch Editor Hearst's re writer, and its DeLand namesake In connection with the sensational j. Pnrdom J. B. Tatnm, T. E Arnold. be required to make an inspection as

marks aright. What he must wishes, the Record unbounded University scandal wbtob eventually Wm. Best Albert Tnrner, A. H. Wood- per Sec 108 of sanitary ordinance and I Highest/ / Market Value I

success. He will be an interesting resulted in President Forbes being all W A. Skinner. Geo. Berry, Geo. strictly enforce the regulations of the SGOBEl & DAY

have said was that he would remain force in FloridaA journalism.The ousted in spite of the efforts of former Powell. Board use of sand of Health and lime In regard to the proper Square andA Deal'AljCTION

a worker of the ranks. Governor W. S. Jennings to retain him The first case tried was that of W. C. Notice .
was given of a bicycle ordinance -
Atlantic Coast Line is fur- In hia high ponltion. From beginning Cannons vs. Charles M.Price involving and to amend rates, rules and SPECIALISTSFlorida :

The Czar of Russia has just to our ship- to end of this sensational struggle be ownership of a horse. The jury returned regulations! governing the water works.
nishing better service
finished the 18th'year of his than it did last Last 'ndge Stewart was at the head of the a verdict Tuesday night for the The matter of verifying the tax roll Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines, Pineapples, etc.
to dispute pers season. movement for ousting Forbes, being fendant. was left with the finance committee.
and has reason
reign no winter it was. almost impossibleto aided by the lamented founder of !Stetson : Request of Wm. Best to have water Daily Sales at Auction. Remittances Day After SalesFLORIDA
of the things that have The Grand Jnry adjourned yesterday
any get cars to move the fruit; it University-John B. Stetson. main extended on Davis street, was referred KIPRESINTATIVU. I West Street .
laving finished the business before It. to fire and water committee. :335 ..J.
that unlucky
been number.said against; was the complaint all over the THE TAMPA INCIDENT. No jury case was up for trial Wednesday Request of Mr. Stevenson to take sand w f H.{ Spring and F. 0. Sebrlr,9', I I NEW YOKK "

orange belt, and there was a general The most sensational feature of the or yesterday. The case! of Znber from' north Adele avenue and felling JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA I
trees,, referred to .
was committee.All
An amiable contemporary undertakes congestion of fruit businessat entire affair occurred in Tampa, when VI. Rieman (Daytona), where plaintiff above committees have to -
Jacksonville and Judge Stewart was bronorht to Tampato ned for $ OO cn sale of property, will power
Waycross act.
out in long _
to point a
The Hobart M. Cable PianosNo
the late
testify in the case against be taken up this morning The court
editorial "What Cuba Wants" and the fruit was weeks getting: Dr. F. N. Weightnovel charged with will probably not hold longer than this The Gulls of St. Be am bas church

Without stopping to read it, we to market. There is no such the murder of Irene Randall through week. met Monday at the home of xMrs. W. one ever thinks of making comparisons -
C. Cannons, and had a very pleasant '
should say it probably was some- complaint so far this season. The criminal practice who was convicted -- .+.-- time. The officers> for the ensuing between the Hobart M. Cable

thing she hadn't got. road since then hat secured more during the administration of Judge W. year were elected aa follows: Mrs. 8 An.i' Pianos and any other Piano. The
J. L. of Jacksonvillewas
Judge Doggett
S. Graham and Solicitor F. M Simon- I P. Have, president; Mrs. W. C. Cannons -
freight cars and more powerful attending the Volu Circuit Court first vice-president: Mrs. B M. superiority of the Hobart M. Cable

It probably is no jesting mat- locomotives, and it is hoped that ton but who afterward secured a new his week. He and County Solicitor Miller second vice-president; Mrs. G. Piano id so marked that when one
trial and died before his case was
T. Haynes, Mrs S. A.
ter to ,the families of the de- the; conditions will not exist as finally disposed of. .. Perkins represented the Atlantic CoastLine Montreville. treasurer.secretary;The next meet speaks of Pianos it I U simply the Hobart

ceased, but those army "testrides" they; did last winter. Judge Stewart was brought to the in the $10,000 damage suit against ing will be held at the home of Mrs. \. ('" M. Cable. This Piano ta a delight to
the It by Mr. J. B. Taylor, whose home was B. M. Miller on the 80th.
: seem to.be clearing city as a witness at the instigation of k the skilled musician.. The tone is rich
the The orange buyers are in Flor- Solicitor Slmonton. the npposition being burned several years ago at Deerfootlanding
active list beyond expectation r'a
even caught from burning woodsset At DeLand Churches.The ,. clear and harmonious Don't think of
of their ida sure enough, thIs season, and that he had secured information '
promoters.The afire by a spark from an A. C. L. ..fy. purchasing a Piano until you have
taking over most of the crops, regarding the Randall case while investigating ,
the University case. He engine. The case was compromised Baptist Church. a seen and heard the Hobart n. Cable
South expects to export paying the growers good money the railroad Mr.
paying Taylor -
absolutely refused to give testimony company Services at the Baptist church will be Piano.
z 'about' billion dollars worth of for[ them. The Record wishes it 83,000 and the cost of the suit as follows: Bible school 10 a. m. Morn- I

.t :agricultural products this year, were the case every year. This along evidence certain of different lines although character,offering resulting ttessra. Stewart & Bly represented Mr. W.ng service R, Lambert 11 o'clock will preach.when the B. Y.Rev.P. J. A. ERICKSON handles the Hobart M. Cable Pianos. ,.. I

.which may be one reason why it I selling at home is far better than in Judge Graham remanding him Taylor. U. 6:4.) p. m. Evening service 7:80.: ---

is viewing with no particular shipping and consigning the fruitin to the county jail for contempt. He --S.' Subject: : "A Sin of Omission." Good
singing. Short service. You are in
alarm the paper panic they have I ( many instances) to dishonest preferred the jail to giving up Information The anti-corporation crowd of th e vited. JOHN B. WELCH
and went there for one day. state would place Judge: Stewart. allied & ,
been having in New York. commission merchants. Thereare -o
with the interests Bn Church. .
plenty of honest commission how can they harmonize their position Nov. 17th .__ .
Some are congratulating 'As yet," said Jndge Stewart, to the Sunday High Mass and sermon ?
papers merchants that give the shipper when the Judge, as a lawyer take at 10 a. m. Sunday school at 11.
I :Mr.. Rockefeller on his there Mews man. "I am undecided as to oases for or aga'nst the railroads A Evening service at 780.: Rosary Benediction FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO
deal but
a are
square whether I will make the race for Governor of Blessed Sacrament and lee
large part in checking the financial houses that make a practice of having my hands full looking year or !so ago Judge Stewart reprenent tare; subject Catholic Church and AND CIGARS.DRY .
i Perhaps however ed the East Coast Ry. in two damage the A cordial GOODS SHOES. ETC. ETC.-
panic. swindling the Florida orange after my orange groves and law pray to all.Unbaptlsed. invitation, .._._.____"__H._HATS__________. ,
7 if it had not been for Mr. Rockefeller grower every season. They are tics, bnt If I do run the people 01 suite of $10.000 Circuit each. He Court lost before a M. J. Cnrley. Beat and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all first
jnry, but the granted anew
and his kind, there would Florida. can expect some 'shelling of class Groceries for table.
houses unknown, and they usually trial. From this decision Frank W. 5.5
not have been much panic to the woods' such aa tbey have never experienced .Produce A First-class
need so catch some of the shippers before. I have had some Pope and U. M. Bennett representing] The Weather. Country Bought.___ ..: ._ .Meat_ Market In Connection.Orders .

checking.It every year. 'mighty powers' Including former Gov- the complainants, appealed to the Supreme Average minimum temperature: receive careful attention and deliver prompt. You will find my pricesas
low the
Court. Judge Stewart out as ive me a call.
is said that the bulk of the ernor Jennings after my scalp but won Nov. 1-14.............. 41 deg.
before that court. He won a case
The turpentine operators of they never have not It yet, and will Average maximum temperature:
has been shipped against the Atlantic Coast Line several
orange crop Florida have 50,000 barrels of not do so. I am not of a vindictive Nov. 1-14........... ..734deg. '
from the lower end of the orange spirits in tankage ia Jackson- nature I hope but when a fight is years ago and this week the attorney boldest) ((8th).........,41 "
of that road would not to trial in
belt. There is thereof forced I for aU I worth, go KLICKER BROS !
quite a crop on me fight am Warmest ((3d and 10th)79
ville. The which fur .
company the case J. B. Taylor bad against it for ,
and have to be worsted. If I am
: the late bloom, which will not yet Cloudy days five.
nishes the for the 10000. As will be seen elsewhere, the
,. be ready for market before Janu- money prodnci ever elected Governor of Florida, how Rainfall (let and 12th). .76 Inches Merchant TailorsFour
case was compromized-practically a
ti..n i of these barrels be-
; 0,000 is ever, I-will have no political scores to First frost 4th.
The of the first bloom for the law firm of Stewart &
ary. crop victory
ing squeezed by the National pay, but will serve all classes and BERLIN H. WRIGHT.
t, was a small one in that section. 31y.. Judge Stewart takes such case. .
factions with the same honesty that has
Export Co. (of naval products) Doors South from Fisher's
and for
a-comlng going, or against a Corner
characterized my actions as a judge in THE,NEW ORANGE CITY
to; compel a sale. Turpentine '
The trackers are preparing tot Volusia county for 17' years." corporation. _
send out from the lower East has decreased in price from 680 Judge Stewart further stated that e Suits for morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns

"Coast truck farms' the coming to; 45c per gallon, or about $17 Stetson University is at present enjoying Landis & Fish, attorneys for the Boardof Lunch Counter, Candy night, new,

season the greatest of per barrel, and the National Export the moat successful year of the County Commissioners, received a and Fruit Slant Suits that fit you too just Suits superbly lined all through
crop vege-
Co. is doing this to pinch history of the great educational institution wire yeterday that the Supreme Court Opposite the Railway Station, right, and through.
tables have marketed.If .
they ever ; of which DeLand, Voluaia county had affirmed Judge Jones' decision in will open on Nov. 15, where Suits well made at prices right Suits that are a bargain true-
no adverse conditions'are met the; Florida producers. The operators and the State at large has just rea- the Cannons road contract. The parties Quick Lunches can be had at all Waiting here. When you appear.

;, .with in producing the crop, the of this state are in the relentless son to be proud. who carried the case to the Supreme hour of the day at reasonable "_ "
of this ... Court lost their but are yet nareingtheir CONSULTATION '
truckers will receive good prices grasp octopus, --- dissatisfaction money rates. _____ FREE.
that to
we are
this season. and, unfortunately, some are go-
Bible School Institute.The
have a fine hard surface road to the Adjoining;, Mr. Wm. Eolman KLICKER
ing to be financially ruined before Rev. A. L. Phillips of Richmond queen of the East Coast. will open his General Plumbingand BROTHERS, DeLand, Floirda4flo.flo.tJf

Dispatches from Madrid announce the fight ends. The operators Va.. will conduct a Bible School Institute S I Tin Repair Shop, where he

that King Alphonse is ; of. Volusia county are curtailing in the Presbyterian church Nov. will be glad to receive your pat-

4 very ill. Don't know what is their output, reducing 22-24. Dr. Phillips is the General I Death of Captain Alexander. ronage at reasonable rates. All !! """ ....",., 'S::""" ''''' '''' !! '''' :: ''''''''''''''-
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Superintendent Sunday school work work will be done with quicknessand 1i. e-: c'iF ;:
i the matter with his majesty, but expenses, and some will probably. 1.
I A. H. Alexander died his the of '
at best
nnder the General Assembly of tbe Capt. workmanship.
'we should think whatever it close until the fight i is over. m
was up
Bere ford home last Saturday from the Saws Filed and Set.ESTABLISHED.
.t Vreabyterian church; he ia known (f
he would accept. it with Christian throughout the entire South: as one of injuries he received from falling from '
fortitude; seeing he has John N. C. Stockton has form Its most able men in all lines of Bible the porch at the home several weeks 186o. WATTSf\

.neither Cuba nor the Phillipines ally announced his candidacy for Teaching. Hie coming is .a. rare opportunity

ii,: "worry him.Efforts governor, submitting to the appeals for all Sunday school worker ago.The funeral services were held at 2 p. A. F. YOUNG & CO. ; W.. C. nlh;

I of his friends throughoutthe of DeLand. All teachers and workers m. last. Sunday Rev. Knapp of the jjjto

are being made to have' For In this branch of church activity are Presbyterian church officiating, burialIn Commission MerchantsIN .
state. Mr. Stockton
years cordially invited to attend. the family lot at the cemetery there. .

the Tampa,State in Fair January) to ) be eclipse held all in. has been a power in the polio r many friends attending to pay a tributeof ORANGES and- -GRAPEFRUIT ,1t tlf\\ DWPME ( gi

,b tics of the state and the distinct Florida Game Laws.As respect to one whom they had long 5TO
previous one in :the matter of ( .
i. leader of the faction with whichhe the fame season began November known and loved. The pall-bearers

both .exhibits and attractions. is allied, and decidedly' the 1, we publish for the information of our, were Messrs. Dreka, Bracey and Yin WHY toto m

:, 'The management, however, sportsmen the following resume of the cant of this place and J.. A. Baird.
strongest man that that factioncan toto No. 65 N. Boulevard
You should see MR. BUNDICK, their I''
Woodward and B. F. Colcord '
,; ; ,should do some advertising to get game laws of this State: of Barer '
bring out. It was he who Open season for deer from November ford, the Watts-Miller Co. funeral dl special agent Putnam Inn, toto' DeLand, Florida.
the crowds there. The ("f
papers of made the fight for the United 1 to February 11} for quail and will .... DeLand Pie.BECAUSE. toto

I;, the state will do their just part States Senate against Senator turkey from November 1 to March 1; Capt. Alexander had been a highly toto W

;jfprjthe" fair, but it i is too much to Taliaferro, but lost. Mr. Stockton for,wild duck October 1 to April 1. respected, citizen of Volnsla. county. New stock of 1?

,; ; ask them to fill their columns ia born 'and Deer, deer bide., quail or partridge, or coming here from ,North Carolina. Be ibto .. r 'JU '
a aggressive wild turkey cannot be exported from was in his 79th year. and leaves .a wife They are speolalliti'In Oranges cud 1''' toto
every week with-matter sent out! Everything in the Hardware Line
and into Grapefruit toto
fighter, goes a fight to two Neal and Frank, and toto
the county. Tha sale of any of the ona, a daughter
The, an the largest dealer In the OnlUedtitaiea.
.-.... .to them.'. < :., win.__._ IIa has____ very_ n. strong! _friAnd___" ___ above la prohibited. oN cO-< : large number of dear friends to They >re trying to make YOUR Interacts Carefully Selected, and .. _toW
the state who will have license mourn '
1' r" There; is gratifying renaissance over pull their state must a hunting ob T Hit ra late.1'lIelll' ...",--. .
coats off in'his behalf. He ia talned from the clerk of the Circuit oh lbw. Wherever he WM (known he facilities are urpMed. toW(
i : of Mr. Flagle,'. Cast Coast a Court In each;county In which they was loved for his noble Christian life, Tbey off** yon the advantage of the three ALL STANDARD GOODS .;
clean, honest man, personallyesteemed lenient or nee narkete la this ooontrrRew *- itto f ,,
1 Rail osd.. It is now.;announced hunt which costs$10 and expire*'on the hl> kindly disposition and deeds' ,, and York, Bests and Flf.t>ur.. ". ,
-5that not only) is the report of the by all who know him or let of March. No one U allowed to kill for his lore for>> his fellowmanThe : Usually one ban to BUY experle.aThey "

k4(" 'suspension of the fork, '''Ii'error, have had' dealings with him.:Hia more than five deer and five wild tnr 'deep sympathy: of friends and two,.an'offer you work the in advantage the orange of industry thoir. forty tor toto\' Builders1 Material Doors Sash Blinds-

coming,out will retire the Hon keys in the same year. The ban limit oltisens generally is extended the tbe liking. :
a is said that,the vestibnled) .
tr but it Mr. Bundlok receives byi:'wire the teraa
bereaved In the affllotlou
tralnewill be this ; R.. Hudson Burr from the race, for one day's hunt most not exceed family that ales' price of Orange*and"Grapefruit e.ob ;toto i' Plumbing Supplies etc. Carried (0W
.. season run Burr twenty quail and, two wild turkeys by has visited. this good home. day and keepe hie patron Boated on the ,toto .
away sooth of and special aa belongs to the Stockton market, eo that hey know dally what the '
.... : !\ Miami faction' Stockton any or.forty quail ad four sales are. toto 1 :
.mot, ;steamship;: fscilitiea"edded to f fa a strong wild turkeys by any Dumber forming a German 1'Ia,-Versalzen. m \

hi,, ,(t'roake*:communication'with' Key prohibitionist' and la not on the party. Forty doves Is also the limit for The German department of John B. We wtili fOil would toto WANT you to visit my New Store, inspect my fine w

SYLt_ J.lndHavaltt'speediersod prohibition wagon for"politica .a day shoot I Stetson University p' will give Its first Consider the PoDoititf Questions: toto i J lino and get my prices. I am here to please YOU .
;; .:; Oar hunter .should obeem the law .;
; that before. effect. Hia home life places him play, "Benedix's Venalsen", In the Doe the Commission Ho..... yon trust and my efforts.. have been directed to that end. I eww n .t i
*t Mare pleasant" ;ever strictly If they would keep out of tron .
s ; against the saloon interests, with : Auditorium Nov. 39, at eight o'clock. wish your fruit give you the advantage.of toto know ;
?y ; ( : ';'l" II .Is. added. I that:.work'. on ,the no effort from him ,to.convincethe ,We. for tbe.anthorltlee are,becoming The program will contain a synopsis more than one beea market la business : the wants of the people of DeLand in goods car- .; ):
Rave they long alloGKb "
t.....*fc,.line will be pushed right -people of this fact.;, ,His violent .mont and more vigilant law.every season inthe English for the benefit of those not understanding to look out for your Intereete la. all Itapba. tied by a General Hardware Store, and I have them._ (0w( ';.
enforcement of the
1'r '.., ... '" : attacks men and issues ) .... 'toto .
i the' upon
''' to German. The has
.. play ...
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and, thsCgx:there'is''money he'opposes have'.-lost him put I XfotioD' pnblto-Turneda' aad Fr many laughable scenes and resemble faction( in the past to'to ,.
*; ,; political honors, 'but I''he"i.'jakindl' } "Thank'.QoodnoM the Table" !' WI.k C. WATTS *j .
Seta '
the days ar the day 1 deliver iertlllserbut ; WHY NOT .
I. 1,:1ft .Aft'NA4 lo somptoM& : enter- '. man; J.quick to forgive1fttkt leave your"ordara- with which was) used as a.cnrtaln. raiser forth IF NOT;, ? : : ,
liY: ;.9f ii WBH&. i i. not eo.*ii t.tl!;; ... 'I.;"none'of' the. me allY :
m pettypolitics
1. :t' .. tf'I'It.; )aVArnold.. agent Paints College Play last.year; Admission 'ASK .OIJNDICK
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Table board. 41 RIch'Avei.The Fisher's. '

to&rlst will be. at DeLand this Special bargain: Fine.box paper for. '

. ti winter. 200 at the Studio Shop. !, If WE sell itIt's

Brill has a new lot of new postal card New postal of DeLand, 90 different

L albums at popular prloea. kind., more coming, at Brill',. '

'TT DREKA'S The fishermen are bringing in fine Mr. Fred Conrad, Cashier of the Merchants either GOOD

: fish from the river and the lakes. Bank Daytona, I Is in the city. 1

Wade does not canvass.. Don't expect : -I Major O, M. Bingham of 'Dayton Or the BEST the money can buy.

him unless you send in your order.D. spent several days in town this week.

i D, Rogers, civil engineer of Daytona I Henry J. Clifton was a north end
:- STORE. w an nt DeLand several. days this visitor to the county seat Wednesday,

week. I Mr. 0, R. Martin, merchant, was in FOUNTAIN'SHartSchafferfr

i, yr Major Bishop spent the forpart of the I town the first of the week from Orange 1

week up at his turpentine plant at City

. w :,< New and Exclusive Line Eldridge. Fine oysters from the cultivated bedson
7: Capt. B. B. Mlnshew spent several the coast are sold at the DeLand

''\f" ,. \ : days at DeLand ,this week from the markets.

';."';" .. : 17 OF north end. I Druggist R. P. Walters has been Marx
-- -
I.'. ,. The Hodgkin Shop Is getting In, for spending the week down at Osteen on
"I hy: the market, a oar load of pretty buggies business.

MlLLI NE/R Y. and phaeton Call at the Woman's Ex and see our (Our Tailors).

; . Have your horse clipped at Bates' edibles line of fanny work, rags, notions
i Stables, west New York Ave. Will be etc.
'- done while you wait. r Get in The Record if you have anything THEY'LL FIT

Attorney Ed Fitzgerald was over ,I to sell; you will reach the people
I . from Daytona this week attending the ,of the county.

....,..................... session of the Circuit Court.. Col. A. M. Thrasher of Sanford, WE'LL SUIT
\ O. E. Waite of St. Augustin spent visited the city the first of the week on
Silk and Tailored'I
several days this week at the Melrose, professional business.Messrs .

having been called to the city as a wit Albert Turner and D M.
Bobinet Plain and
I ,Figured nea. I I George were at the county seat from
Some be had the north end this week.
Point'd'esprit very special bargains to Fountain'sNEW
: In china ware at Brill's. Room must be Mrs. J. F. Welborne returned from

,Linen Plain and Embroidered made for new goods continually ar Jacksonville on Monday, having spent
riving.Mr. the past week visiting her sister Mrs,

and Mrs. I. Dangharty of Day- W. E. Tucker

; tona Beach are spending the week: in Harry Chamberlin clerk In the

the city with their daughter Mrs. Chas. grocery department at Dreka & Co,
: PRESS/ GOODSBroadcloth M. Kurtz. spent Sunday J last at his home at Crescent Nobby Hats

City, returning Monday.A .
Mr. Stanley, who was. recently united

; !! > Mohair in marriage to Mrs. C P. Jolly, has rare opportunity. E. H. Haywardhas Stylish Shoes
purchased the well known Dnval hotelat on his sale list a furnished

; Panama Voile Jacksonville. house ready for occupancy, on a fine Up-to-Dafe FurnishingsFountain's
lot In choice location Get it
a now.
Messrs, Paxton: Hough, Jackson,
I Fancy suitings Serge- Powell and Tatnm attended the convention Mr. George Marsh went down on tup
of turpentine operators at Jackson- East Coast l last week to put in the win.

.. Henrietta Cashmere ville the last of the week. ter crop of tomatoes. He cleaned up
ceveral thousand dollars last winter in
Batiste Cheviots Choice lots for sale on Palmetto
the truck business
+ I Court, "University Heights", adjoiningthe
Cravenet College: grounds. For prices applyto The foot ball team of the Tampa I
E. H. Hayward, Agent. High School came up Monday after

I Manager Rowe of the DeLand Telephone noon and played the reserves of the .
Co.. who is finishing the work of I Stetson team, but were no match for the 9')>' &:

Installing an exchange over at Lake I DeLand boys. The score was 20 to 0 in
Money-Bak Silks favor of Mr. Stetson.!
Butler, was! home over !Sunday: last. :
to the city yesterday..
i For Rent-A new house, furnished If you have money to invest it will be If yon want the choicest outs of Meats
Three bedrooms, one room for servants safe in DeLand real estate. The townis Frank S. Same of New Smyrna will eave your orders with us. The best of
be In the race for the office of Shrift Beef Mutton and Pork; Roasts and
All modern oonvenlenSas! ; best of loca' on a very substantial boom, and this Chops. Sausages, Hamburg Steak
lion Inquire of George T. Haynes. growth will continue. We are getting To Piano Owners. fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon
Taffeta and Peau de soleG.14.DREKI4&CO. Dr. Conway 01 the Congregationalchurch new settlers every month, and of the etc Courteous attention and prompt;
desirable delivery.
most sort. This week Wade Is tuning in DeLand
of Orange City, delivered a very Marsh Bros.
J and will continue next: week until all
pleasing sermon at the union service at O teen items for The Record came
'. the Presbyterian obnroh, this place, last too late for this week. Our correspond- orders are attended to. Now is yonr

< !Sunday: evening.Mr. ent will confer a favor and insure their South.chance to All get tuning the best five toner dollars in each.the New is the Time to Inn st..

Items published for the current week if No discounts to teachers or others.
Wade, as fine piano tuner as in
they will have them at the office by Old squares 910 up. Wade la stopping
the State, was here from Orlando this
Wednesday's mail. at Mrs. Swift's. We don't hear of anyone
PHONE 77 week, putting in tune a number of
Are we going through another drouth t losing money through in-
.. i pianos in DeLand homes. While in the
vesting in DeLand Real
city he was a guest of the Olive Branch The orange trees to many groves over OSTEOPATHY
Estate. No matter what
the county are needing rain badly. The
Mrs. Dnnbar and Miss Dunn have returned leaven are twisted up every day, and Dr. J. R. Moseley, graduate of the conditions may be in Wall
from the North and have Klrksvllle School of Street values in DeLandare
. . . MM MM . . . . . . . ... . if. 4.+414H11.1+ opened the trees will begin to suffer for waterif der the founder of the Osteopathy Science. un- ,
their house on Rich Ave. They have' rains steadily increasing It
no come soon
---- spent a pleasant summer vacation in Ot'llce-The first floor of the Carrollton is safe to say that never
thiS Buffalo and in the Elsewhere The Record publishes a Hotel, over G. A. Dreka &; Co.'s again will be able to
We base had a touch of winter Kentucky, moan- you
NOW THEN, week, and fires were. going .in DeLand '' LOCAL SYNOPSIS tians. synoposla( of the !earns law, to which dry Hours-9 goods store to 5, or by appointment. buy property as cheaply as

homes The mercnrv was down to the'I' The Dublin, Ga., company who I your attention Is called, especially those cheaply as you can right
front point several mornings. persons. who are not residents of the now.
secured a contract from the city council
THE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF State. The last Legislature amended
You Need Some Fruit -- -- ------ --- -- -- lineal feet of tile
down SALE
i to put 5.000 this law in several instances FOR Think of itl! Boulevard Lots

Trees Your Lot. Fisher & Swinburne THE PAST WEEK. sidewalks at this place, should begin Near University, at $4501
I II operation if the work is to be finished Miss Nina Miller, daughter of Mrs.B. Several extra nice

Having bought the business and unrA I I Lunar and s..t! Item. for the Peopla'i this winter. !M. Miller, arrived home the first of KENTUCKY ROAD Lots on New York Ave.

;. ... aery stock of E. H. Hayward, a clean, I Artistic Painters and H.per-_Brl.f Mention of ".ct. .. Mr. Will Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. the week from Wisconsin, where she nue, 100x800, at 250.
MARES, from 5 to 7 Lots in Walts Addition at
healthy lot of young trees, I offer bud Paper-Hangers Seen by oar Reporter. Thomas R. Webb of this place, and has been attending school. The sister
ded and grafted citrus pecan, peacb, I who passed his boyhood days at De- of Mrs. !Miller accompanied Miss Nina, years old, not afraidof each
and other fruit trees of popular and fine Moonlight nights.W. Land, was recently married at Denver. and will spend the winter at DeLand. We have them on every
varieties, at reasonable prices. Automobiles or street in town and a few
Call on me at mr house in DeLand, Latest Designs: and Colors In Stock.No. S. Taylor, Dentist. Col., to a Mies Simpson. Willis yet residing Sugar cane grinding will be the orderof Steam. Apply to splendid? pieces to sub-di

or write for what you want, for deliveryin -, Fresh garden seed at Fisher's. at St. Louis. the day soon throughout the county. vide.

November Decembr or January. la:: E. Rich Ave. Old papers for sale at this office Mr. C. H. Wilson, a Stetson students The crops, however, are not very R. D. MARTIN ,
ALFRED HOWARD, from Bartow, son of Dr. Wilson of that large, mostly grown by our farmers for ,
Dr. Mollette's Remedies at Allen'l.Remember .
Michigan Ave., DeLand. i DeLand, Fla. place, accompanied his father to Jack- home consumption. Quite a number DeLand Fla. GOULD BROTHERS
the Orange City Lunch sonville Saturday, returning Monday.The will have syrup to sell to the local

Counter. Doctor was nnronte to California market.

Stetson University i Is certainly havinga on a professional visit.A .
More hay has been harvested in Volnsla -
\ big year.CI'rdboard. great many of the orange crops county this year than for any

any size or color at the about Orange City are selling as they three previous years. The importedhay l .'.SCHOOL/
Record office."Famished. stand in the groves. Messrs. Heebner Is now selling at f 10! per ton. justa
t. .. 3q Rooms'' cards can be had and Roberts are recent sellers, several little too much for any farmer to pay

: at the Record office thousand boxes: They sold in the when just as good hay can. be saved
.. Hon. J.'B. Conrad spent Tuesday In neighborhood of $2.00 f. O. b. from his own farm.

the city from Glenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Willltowskl, who
The forces under Manager Hon of the
New postal cards arriving all the formerly lived here, the past six: or Electric Light & Joe Co. are making

time at the Studio Shop. eight years residing at Atlanta, have rapid progress installing the new and
returned to DeLand to make it their
-' : SAFETY, COMFORT, SATISFACTION/ Yon must get up early now to get in home again. Miss Lydia has a position Improved machinery, and potting up
J a day work these short day.. at Atlanta and remains there new poles and stretching heavier wire AND
from the plant Into the city. The day
=FOR= One Thousand Dollars to loan on Improved An attractive tea was given by Mrs. current will come in on one of these

,j" RUPTURED MEN,WOMEN AND CHILDREN realty." Gould Bros Agents. Halley Tuesday afternoon. The rooms new wires. SECOND HAND
Wood has gone np so In price that were prettily decorated with chrysan
'j coal.will be a fuel in DeLand homes themums' and roses. Assisting Mrs. The DeLand merchants are evidently
Result from wearing the best Truss properly fitted. Martlen Miss feeling the effects of the winter trade,
soon. Hnlley were Miss Emery
We sell the best Truss and fit them free at our for they are kept busy and are selling
: The fall vegetables' are coming into and Misses Harriet and Louise Hnlley. Q. W. FISHERA.
lots of goods. And oar merchants, too,
new room.ALLEN'S. . .. market quite plentiful now, despite the Mr. S. C. Rieman, the real estate get a fine trade from all the nearby
dry weather. man of Daytona, is spending the weekat towns. They are carrying the largest

,'":' DRUG STORE The right party, with capital can se- DeLand, attending the session of the and finest stocks they have ever put
euro a paying business by consulting E Circuit Court. He has a brother down upon their shelves.
Next to PosfoffceDeLand. H. Hayward.Mr. from New York, taking the law course r
1 Governor Broward has offered a reward '
j ',.;, and M.... Charles Campbell returned at Stetson. of f 180 for the arrest and deliveryto
Fla. from a visit to Jacksonville the Ex-Marshal: Znber of Daytona is attending Sheriff Turner of Henry Richards, H. WOODALL
Circuit Court. MI''?: Saber .
first of the week. the negro' who murdered Deputy Sheriff
threatens to come out for the office of ,
Mr. Meade Fox of Sanford, a former Edwards. We understand that as soon
Stetson boy attended the ball game on Sheriff of Volnsla county, and says that ae the Board of County Commissioners
should be enter the he will shell
Monday afternoon. race meet they will increase the rewards Fine Groceries
of the and win in
the woods county out
already offered, Sheriff Turner having
Jack Stith:cow on the road for an
the primary. already offered a personal reward of < ,
Atlanta wholesale house, spent the first i

;r ;' J'. F. ALLEN' &1 CO.I ... of the week at home. I loads To see of the oranges teams; for bringing the A.in C. L.wagon Ry. |100. *. I
We have added to assortment
Alexander: & Baird are baying quite and the Clyde Line reminds os of the Miss Josephine Hodgee, operator tor our already large

:t a number of crops of oranges at this orange shipping season before the 1899freese. the Western Union at DeLand several' Fancy Groceries the Battle Greek Sanitarium_Foods, and
Furniture House of Volusia CountyJ place Bereford and Winnemtssett.. I years ago arrived this week to again
Leading The and shippers are
growers hall endeavor to keep a full assortment at all times
fill this position at DeL nd, and her
Mrs. T. J. Miller, Mrs.Turner Rouser I rushing the fruit to market for the .y
many friends here are pleased 4t her re '" "''
and Miss Alberta Hill all of Sanford, Thanksgiving trade. COFFEE AND TEA :
DeLand turn. The office has been without a !
'i spent sight seeing '
trf The Hotel at Lake
IDROPkIN pretty Harlao
: regular operator since the.strlke: wenton We still strict attention to Teas. and i}+
) ol.i JohnO.. Jones?State Attorney' Helen will be under the management,: In the summer. la the mean time 'are giving our I
f "," -X- earn over from Orlando Monday afternoon this season. of Mr. W. JLr Rollins of Mrs. Maud Barron has been assisting Coffee The "Niagara" at 26 cents is a seller. For better .

.. and see our Newest" : to\ attend the session of .the Circuit Concord Mass.,, .who has leased the Manager Wright. grades we offer "Barrington Hall"' and "White aye

Court. hotel and will be down the latter part House both good values. In teas have Tetley's) and T,
; Styles in Parlor and The permanent address of Wade, the of the present month to get it ready for Judge Minor 8. Jones. Judge of the White,Rose both popular brands,, we. ?" *> I ITV'J
7th Judicial Circuit, in, from his ... r
tuner, is pteoed la The Record. Mail opening tot the season In December I came \;: ',
Dining Room fur- him your order' at..any time. He will What & the matter with the Volnsla home at Titnsville Monday and opened We. receiving our Fall Stock ,of canned goods,,: i
the Fall Term' of the Yolnsl Circuit which reliable
do the retlt\ farmer '.and the'' sweet, potato. crop' I fruit. and vegetables, you will find only
niture. The Woman's. Exchange lunch room Years hack they all grew big; crops of ,Court., Judge Jon. is one of the blest packs. ":** :, ::-Jht: :;;;: :'k;,
} jurist in Florida, and is) popular' "
d la now open, and we will serve all who .this potato, For''the past year they Hoping to have you make ,us a call and-asenrtag3oti;

..; i .. come;from 11 to 9. Oyster slews) servedon ,, have been selling In this market for a 'throughout his circuit for his strict im. polite attention, we remain, 'very :;."
partiality in his decisions upon all )legal ; t
and bushel. In the
dollar over per early
; 'IS. T. Gross Is now Sheriff! fall they sold at DeLand at M cents per ',questions coming before him to be ad- P ione 79' A. H f WOODS ;:a \

Phone_ o62 J. F. ALLEN &. CO' DeLand. Fra.x ... Turner's chief deputy, taking the place peck. They sold at BO cent per bushel indicated. He is a kindly man.. too I' '. rJ't".t' _
... of the late Charles) M. Knrti. For'years II years ago and the farmer grew them and love to mix with people' In all the .," ., : = ""'' _ca''" .1 "i. .- ,r yl

'. .... ,.. ,-. -- '-- 0' -'. Mr. Gross'wa.a Sh.rilKld;I Kentucky.l f a*.profltatth tprios ? counties of. his Ci realty, s, tK .... . .t. ,.. ,.,,'.' I.'. ., .. -

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ACCOMPLISHED THIEVES. '' Guardian's' Notice ...?" #

,; i Figure This Out For Yourself.Calculations SPEECH OF PARROTS. :: COMFORTING WORDS.
1, otter a great many !Interesting [, "The Bhattees Aim to Attain PerfectionIn Notice Is hereby (given that the undersigned ATLANTIC. s"f.-l I
the Art guardian of the estate of Mettle Z.
propositions for the' studiously Stealing., O.Green will the 7th
i Do Then Birds Understand WhatThey a minor ,on day of
Inclined. J. Dunk of Baltlmere has Talk About The Bhattees are an Indian trlbu Many a Florida Household Will find November A. D. 1007 .PJ>''r.to the County
'compiled a rather remarkable) arrangement :; that devote their, whole attention to Those: of us who possess talking pap' Boo In DeLand lor an order to sell lot five /
.t' of the title of among from s"MJle. rots;are often juskod the question "Vd attaining! perfection In the art of steal To have the pains and aches of a bad ol Harris'subdivision of lot ttve.blook eivbt, .
Modiste"-"I Want What I- Want ing. Fromtheir. earliest years. their according a or plat 01 the City of
you think they really understand what back removed; to be entirely free from map
youth are trained to endure the greatest DeLand volnsla County. Florida, the LINE RAILWAY
When I Want It" In the following goroetlmes have !been lu- disorders as
they say; ? / annoying danoeroua urinary property of said minor. ,
twenty-five 'qnar a ,the word ,ara, soarranged dined' to any \'Yes,!') so'strlkliiK! hoe fatigue with comparative ease. it enough to mate any kidney sufferer ANNA LGREEN,. .. .
that by) beginning! In'the Hipper been the fitness of the birds' remarks; Among other. accomplishments wblcn This Oct. 1.1907. Guardian.
the > < Bhattee must acquire by grateful. To tell how this great change
4ir left hand corner and reading across ut other times, "No." When a bird bite young ,
or' down, not np the sentence can be been, carefully taught or .he," learned constant practice the followtugnnre Indispensable can be brough about will prove comforting Notice. Jamestown Exposition Rates from DeLand
: words to hundreds of Florida \,
y "read In 18,421'dlfterent >ways, according from his own observation a considerablenutgbeq Notice is hereby I'Iven.tb, the under .. : ,\
to the arranger. There Is no time of set phrases and ..eDtence. H* must learn to bleat like a sheep readers signed has been appointed Executor of tbe SEASON.! TICKETS-HjaS.lO: : sold daily': coach,.excurslonB-16.2S..

I this week to verify tha ,count,\, but any ...' there are-certain to arise bark like a dog, crow like a cock, bray A. Oertlne, seaman of 419 L. St., Estate of Sarah Louise Morse and all sold each Tuesday. limit 10 not good In parlor or sleeping cars.

one may do so who has leisure.. HereIs .Imm when one another. of oc'a.1 I like an ass and Imitate the movements Pensaoola Fla., tells bow to do !it. Be Inll legatees claims, distributees demands and all persona said Estate baY. 00 day tickets-#31.70, sold dally; 15 day ticket-f23.80, sold dally.
or against
of all kinds of animals He must be
the arrangement: clamatlona Ota In happily with the conversation says: "From my experience with Doan' will present them to tbe undersigned within able to crawl the
along ground run
or circumstances of the moment ,, Kidney Pills I recommendthem two years from this date or the same .Lv, DeLand
can strongly SOOp \N6rfolks 825a
like stand bin : 610p
a goat or a dog or' on will,. be forever barred.
I Want What J wane Some few Instances of such coincidences head with his bind legs extended wide to anyone in need of a good medicine 6r'M'MORSE' ,. '\AI' .Jacksonville '7 30a 17 OOp Ar Jacksonville' 20p 9OOa
-- ( (for every one of which I Orange City Fla} Lv" Jacksonville\ 930a '735p Lv Jacksonville 3 30p 930a -
for the Kidney complaintand ,
In the kidneys.
ao as to dusk like the .
o Want, WbM } j Want When can vonchX may Interest! your circle of appear at Intervals This Sept.S3, 11)07) Ar Norfolk: 7 30a 8 ZIIp Ar DeLand 6 lop lOOp! .
backache caused
of tree. suffering
stump a me .
reader. [Some year we were presented Pullman Bute Bloepta-Oars: to Norfolk
-.- -
In connection with this last inou- for The first or.second
with a young green parrot.. The years. Notice of Final Discharge
What I Want When J bird must have been only a few Honed acquirement a story Is told of a attack I did not mind but as time went I Write for Illustrate-1.folders, containing maps, descriptive matter -
-----r-- cavalry. sentinel who while standingon Notice is hereby given that six months | : hotel lists, etc. ,For if reservations or information address
I Wane When I'' ,Want. months old, aa she gave no sign of her'I occasion heard by they grew: worse and at times laid after date, namely on tbe 14th day ofDeoemlwr Ticket Agent of the Atlantic\ Coast Line or any
duty on one something
red tall. This however, quickly appeared me np. I could hardly walk and it was 1007, I will as guardian: of Edna I T
-- move about tbe head ropes of his Guaque. formerly Edna Bennettpresent '"' Atlantic Coot Line
and Polly soon evidences : 'FRANK OOYLESTON
gave :
difficult matter to straighten after
t Want When IWant It horse. On looking round he saw what my anal account to the Hon J. Lee Mo- KSONVILLB. FLOR.IDA
that libel was -listening to sounds and .
he supposed to be a large dog which stooping while the,kidney secretionswere Crory County Judge. of Volusla county
1 learning to reproduce them. We now Fla.. as such guardian and ask for a dna} ,
A sentence which could be read forward begnn to' give her. talking lessons by, ran between his legs and nearly upset Irregular and unnatural. Doan'sKidney discharge/ W.J. CRAIG-- P. T. M. T. C. WHITE, G. P. A.Wilmington .

or' backward, such r"Rawvwn\ continually"repeating over. and over him. He suspected however that Pills cured me. From persona Dated June llth. 100?. \\l C. Wilmington N. C
some roguery was on foot, and the experiences I know that this remedy S.''WOOl). I
I had nine
era I saw war. If. It syllables and
aguln set-words- or phrases were
_____ ________
better. detect It
to be placed himself
could be written,. la: the same arrangement soon repaid for our. pains. Polly begun nan be depended upon to fulfill the
of and could be behind what appeared to be the stump representations made for it."
squares to talk and quickly mastered a good Notice to Creditors.
,read In 80,842 different ways or double many of her lessons. She added a of a tree, at no great distance from For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.

the above Illustration as It could be good many self acquired acoompllxh- the spot on which he had been previously Foster-Milbarn 00? Buffalo, New York, Notice Is hereby. given that tbe under. II I I"AFFII.IATED

[read dowa-from the upper left hand ments, such as cab calla, milkmen's standing.He sole sinned has been appointed by tbe County; tJ John
agents for the United States B. Stetson
corner. or. from the; lower. right hand then hung his helmet on the supposed Judge of Voluiia County: Florida, Executrix University
up and paper boy* cries and the cawingof stump and bent on the most at- Remember the DameDoan'sandtllke I of the Estate of Helen W. Post. All
corner.-Baltimore. News. rooks. Her piercing whistle would I creditors, legatees and distributees, and
often cause the milkman to stop and tentive scrutiny be placed his hea(11 no other all ,persons having claims or demands I
Sorry He Spake.The look- aroundthinking' the call was between the two limbs of tbe tree ..0all ---- against/ said estate are hereby nottUed to. '
On the Last :present tbe duly authentloaledwitbIn -
to command same
conductor was Inclined to seek for him. Folly also learned to imitate unperceived a direct Day. the time prescribed by law or tbe same _______nu..
view of the quarter' from which the bnbrlel I've I Mown my trumpet three
for. sympathy. "Do you see that wo the song of the canary. She would will be barred. _.
man on the left band side of the car, look up ot her Httlo yellow mate In her noise had at first proceeded. times' and nobody pays; any attentionto ADA W. POWEB3.KxemitrlT.. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Standards are Identical with tbe Unlver. I'
too for the It. 1sI'lItel-Thnt'lI strange Gabriel of UhloaKO.COLL.KOE .
This however was much / slty
up near. the front? he asked the thin cage above and call her. "Sweet sweet
"" thief (for such In reality was this Isn't It? People Just make a hasty Dated Seabreeze Fla., September 20,W07 : OF LAW-Graduates admitted without examination In Florida.
man on the back platform. pretty little Dick; pretty little Dick. .
COLLKUU OF TECHNOLOGY Electrical Mechanical and Civil En-
would be tree stump), who, unable Jump for the curbstone and then look ,
"Yes I see her. On one occasion the dressmaker. wa Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Under <
to which the auto went COLLEGE
"The one with the dizzy hat?" ushered Into the dining room and was any longer to restrain his laughter, see. way Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Law. FOB TEACHERS-Five ooul'les.ot study for Florida School:
and ni,,ve!? "' Tender.. Teacher
finding his situation somewhat
startled the bird of Florida
I'Tes. by exclaiming: 'lIel-
'PREPARATORY. JADE.MY-For Chicago, Harvard Yale Princeton
"Well I think she's tryhx' to beat; me lot! What's ypur name? What do you critical, suddenly performed a comereaplt Notice hereby given tbnt P.R. Bennett, Michigan Vamar.BimiNEBS \

,out of a fare. 'When I went la to collect want. She IIQrpI'l ed.-. lady visitor upset the astonished soldier, urebaaer of tax certificate No. 860. : : : COLLEGE-Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand Typewriting
she never. looked around, an' Iatn't on one Occasion with the rather uiv made off with his helmet and was WANTED! SHIPPERS ATTENTION dated tbe Bth day of June Hoe, baa flied W8cHOOLVOF
seen no more.-London Telegraph.A said certifloato In my and has made MECHANIC ARTS-Wood and Iron Working and Manual
that she didn't usual "Are nice? About >
quite sure pay me Inquiry you 01ll0e1 to" .
application tor tax to issue In accordance
before although I'm almost positive this time I was suffering from a very with law. Said certificate em. 'SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Piano,' Organ Voice, Theory, History of Music
;About It She looks to me like a wo painful complaint, and It would almost TIP FOR THE CLERK. Florida Oranges, Grapefruit braces the following described, property Teachers' Course.
manwho'd. be glad to stir ur>/ a fuss. seem i Ias If my, .ufterlnlr' drew and situated in Volusla oounty, FlorJd..wlt' SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS-Drawing and Painting, oil, watercolor, pastel.
Tangerines.Ship STETSON has
4 Colleges 5 Technical Schools: IS Buildings 48 in Faculty
I can pick 'em out aa far as I can see out the bird's sympathy, for on one occasion Abrupt End of Church Service -The B3 Lot, 6 and 6, blook. 8,Green's sub hi block solid courses strong teachers, modern equipment laboratories.. 2 museums,

''em. You never spot woman withA she said to me: "Hello! What's Devil In the Qown. Daytona gymnasium,23 class rooms,separate dormitories for both sexes memorial dinIng
face like that,-who Isn't ready to the-matter-.with.yon, Are you-qulte Among the amusing Instances of thehumor your oranges, grapefruitand The said land being assessed at the date ball. wood,! and Iron shops, manual training and domestic science, auditorium,
Tangerines!; to the COOPER of tbe issuance of such certificate In the 10OOO pipe! organ, 19 pianos, debating olubs, llterory societies star lecture
bluffher. anywhere I wish to well? I replied, "No, not quite well
'- way of tbo parish clerk that are told Oo. name the of David Butler. Unless courses Christian; associations, general library (l ,0uo volumes), special law
thunder. I knew whether. aha had paid Polly" whereupon she replied "Not Is a story of a clerk who went to PRODUCE Jacksonville, Fla., said certificate shall be redeemed according library enclosed athletlo Held running track, tennis courts baseball. diamond
her' fare or not"! quite well.:. ,gbe.was once In the room sleep as the preacher went Into the who will get you the highest market to law, tax deed will lame thereon on tbe football Held park-like oampus shell roads cement wake shrubbery and trees

"I wouldn't worry' about It anymore where a member. of the family was pulpit. That day the parson bad prepared price and make prompt re 20th Witness day of rar Nov.official 1907. signature and seal. electric Christian lights(not l. eieotrlo sectarian bells) atmosphere, concerts open to all denominations exhibitions steam heat

: /', said'.the tbjn man.- "I paid the practicing singing and presently made a particularly Impressive sermon turns. Write for stencil, market this the 24th day of Oct 1901.SAM'L ,stale, vespers, eCO.lnl'D', festivals., fraternities Attendance now biggest, receptions In history, re-of

lady's fare tome time ago. She's my the remark emphasizing tbe last word dividing It, according to custom, 'conditions, etc. D.JORDAN, ? I University i Uenerous patron; no money .pared. Stetson lor Florida first,
.wife."-Argonaut. "What's the matter with you?" When Into parts. When the "firstly"was Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, Fla. last,andali-tee-time. '

signs of going out for a walk are apparent concluded mnny the parson paused for R. B. COOPER Manager. By R. P. HAMLIS, 1 1) C. For informaton,catalogue,bulletins views, and folders, address .

'Live and Die on the River. we are Invariably and repeatedly breath and the clerk awaking and -- PKEdlUEST LINCOLN< HULLEY, A. M., 1'h. D., DdLand, Florida

"The river. population of Manila Is a bidden "Qoodby, goodby," with the believing that the discourse had come .

class by Itself" said a traveler..... "Not accompaniment of manykisses. Upon to an end, pronounced the usual "Arr-" SP HUCKLEBERRY -
to be outdone by Canton she has her. our return Folly Inquires "Where have men" In a very loud voice.

,, sampans,, known as cascoes and you been?" and upon being Informed The congregation arose, and the service C'A '
lorchas, supporting 13,000 people with. usually replies, "Glad to nee you back." ended abruptly. Aa the squire Cic/ar You Can 0ffe r a Friend ..

Jn the'city limits, where thousands of During last winter my wife wall one passed out he slipped a coin Into the l BQld Lumber -

childreniare/ born grow. ,live and die morning putting up an old stove for old clerk's band whispering: "You ] / \ Compagy]

: 'on these floating cargo terriers.. 'They Folly's benefit near. her. cage. On the managed that very well, Thomas. I'll

never dream of any other. world than half landing the bird watched her with give you the same next time. Will quote you prices and supply you, from their yards; near the depot

that which floats about them.., These grant Interest and presently said, "Do A vicar. who held Calstor, with Its at DeLand with best cypress and yellow pine

boats ant small 'but accommodate a you feel cold?" "Count your bless two chapelrles of Helton and Cllxby, 5c I -,

family of five to seven. They have afire ings" was a phrase Folly found great and the living of Rothwell and was d' Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings

pot;! a platform and a rice kettle. difficulty, ini i mastering, ."Count your nonresident had a curate who was a ,

The i cabin or''covered portion Is very bless" being all she succeeded In utter- "great smoker and was In the habit of Shingles Laths Etc.

small-hi fact. I don't ,sea how, they Ing and soon dropping this as too trou- retiring to the vestry to put on the f

live-and It la, a wonder to me (that blesome. However, after a time we black gown and smoke a pipe before '
Dumber Building and Fire Brick
the chlldreD.dQll.t fall overboard and' tried her again. Now, she drops, out sermon time while the congregation The greatest care is* used in the anowbere In,the Cement city. etc., promptly delivered
drown.. You will often the "bless" and solemnly exhorts l us to
.. see a woman sang a psalm. On one occasion he
sitting at the end of the boat, rowing, "Count your, count your-sins." A few bad an extra pipe, and the clerk bur. manufacture of the

with a'',child strapped on her back, weeks ago a servant was,engaged In clod In to tell him that tbe people

looking for. all the world. like a little polishing brass work near. Polly' cage,, were getting Impatient. '

O.' monkey. and the bird Immediately* started talkIng It them sing another psalm" said HuckleberryCigarEach DeLand Saw, and' Planing Mills & Novelty WorksJ.

to her. "Hello, Polly! What do the curate. "They have sir," replied

( Seized ,the Opportunity you want? What's the matter. ?with the clerk. "Then let them sing the T. OAIRNS and
There were bold thieves and' bold : you? Are-you.qulteAwell' Do' you I One Hundred and Nineteenth," wag Manager.LUMBER.

methods In th. earlier-days la Helborn. feel cold? Where have you been?" the laconic reply. Having! finished his one is perfectly made and con- DMJSS.E: D
Here Is an example: and much more. Eliciting no reply pipe, he began to put on his gown, but

.. Said a stout; asthmatic old gentlemanto Fhe shouted out.."Why dout: you talk?" the folds were troublesome. "I think tains only the best tobaccos, skillfully ANDROUGHCelling, ,
a well'dre ed stranger who was and drew the retort from the woman the devil's In the gown," he muttered. It is that I .

passing:' "A rascal has stolen my, bat "Because I am too busy, Polly." Polly "I think he be," replied the clerk dry. blended. a cigar pleases. Flooring, $idtaq, Turning Scroll Sawing, Moulding Window ana )" ,

I tried to overtake him but-I'm so ont) replied "How shocking!"-H. Dann In ]ly.-London Strand Door Frames Newel Poets,.,- Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Columns; etc., .
w of breath-I can't stir another Inch London Spectator.Th. ASK YOUR CIGAR MAN Shedding for Groves and Pineries. ...Crates and Box Material a specialty
Contracts taken for the erection of kind of i A
Thee stranger surveyed< other i with Wrinkles any a building

1 critical, eye. ,The victim I was puffing ,Grey Ho..... A small boy of an Inquiring turn of "DELAND ORIDA.

and panting as for dear life.. In the You may change a farmer' religion mind, says the Philadelphia Inquirer Lee Roy Myers Company,

pleoaantest tone In the world the stranger or politics make,him think be Is rich looked at his father earnestly and ask-

8aid"Tbeu I'll be banged, old boy. and handsome or !Sell! him a-dog, but ed: Makers
If I don't bare your wlgl"- So saying. you.will\ never make him think a gray "Father what are wrinkles?* frFtX'

..f he snatched 'that'artlcle from the suf- horse Is not a Jewel. I read somewhere "Fretwork my son-fretwork." .replied ( VISIBLE

,ferer's bead and departed like the wind recently that gray horses were paterfamilias confidently.

leaving him with head as bare.as a not up to the standard, or words to ,
/- babe's:-St James', Gazette. that effect I neven was ao astonishedIn -- TYPEWRITERSHAVE

my. life. I have always thought, Advice to the Aged.II'.lIrlnIl'1I1n .

Antiquity the Census... and do now that gray or white horses .
A rmltlc.
such* luigUh -
Tbe Idea of the census Is almost 'is were the'handsomest, toughest breed bowels weak kidneys and bladder J

h old as history Itself. King Amaals of on the planet. and TORPID LIVER.Tiitt'sPills.

Egypt took a census of his people COO The celebrated Arabian horses are
before Christ. nil ,white, or dapple gray Famous globe
years "Athaolan/ gen Wersj ickc The
Y, DUBABIWTV of the ("BASKET"; : MACHINES secured by the wide
erals' lrtH '
solon established a census for the purpose : wars have ridden white or typebar hanger and heavy typcbar. ,
of facilitating'' taxation.- We-tearo Iron gray-chargers; i Circus men select

that about ,443 EL O. Servlua Julius gray horses to draft the band wagonllr.treet "Elastic" Bookcase COMPLETE VISIBLE WRITING

took a census of |9Rome. DuringtVf' In parades. A great packing'
and Desk combined.
chaos of the dark Hgea the census drop, company always 'selects Percheron have specific effect en theseorgsns. INTERCHANCEABLE CARRIACES
stimulating the bowels,causing them I
ped into< obllvlonj( but was revived horses, not so much; for. tbe color, but I to perform their natural functions a* Permits as much or as little TABULATOR ,

1,: again about the beginning of the ltfitt. because their feet will stand traveling I In youth andIMPARTING book space as wanted. LINE INDICATOR CARD WRITING ATTACHMENT- ...
eeuth century. onrthe pavement better than any draft VIGOR Comprises Desk Unit with i DETACHABLE TWO-COLOR RIBBON
y breed.. It la said that Joan of Arc rode few or many Book Units as ESCAPEMENT
to the kidneys,bladder and LIVER. AND EVERY OTHER DESIRABLE FEATURE.
! ;> Folding s..Cgat.l; ajnUk5Wlt, ,: ( horse and St. John there They are adapted to old and young. desired. Roomy, convert- ',
lent attractive. Call and
Here Is the way to fold a man's vela tor saw "white horse In heaven see I Feerrotiteetypewriter: tha* ic coat when you want to pack .It ina (Revelation vi. 2)). Half( of the draft it or write for catalogue 105 no other has them ALL The Fox stands alone aa a mechanical, marvel -
J. F. ALLEN & CO.:! 1' In typewriter building. .
: box or' a trunk Lay the coat out perfectly horses In Aroostookj white or' gray .
l- and another decade will 90 cent It Is the mechanical'excellence of a typewriter that its
flat, right| side >up. J Spread\ see per :\QENT3.t.! proves
the sleeves out '''smoothlythen...lold of,then of.tkaVcolor. worth and enables it to ."stand up" as does the Fox year in and year
out under all
DEa.AlI! PLA.r kinds of strain.Advertised'statements .
s them back to the elbow until the bottoms
+ of -cuffs! Value of Aeld. making general claims prove nothing
the ore.,even with the a Cheap .
Prove the Fox
P .t'oliur,5pld! .the revere: tack and doable In a vessel of platinum _lined,,wltb by a comparison in your office at our expense..Write.for *

\\L the coat over folding It on the gold some sulphuric acid hissed. "The beautiful catalog Just Issued. : .

,f center seam.- -Smooth out all wrinkles veeselbaeoetlytbutGthe-contnt.: >are J.J
and lay It on a level surface In the hardly worth 2 cents a quart" said the : TYPEWRITER

.. trunk. chemist "Yet you have nOt> Idea whata ;
$$ public benefactor sulpnarle,acid Is. gyl4- I r- J L 313 Zacta Street" TAMPA, FLA.

Flft..n Dollars.In .H.i-ln.d! PedkV. Without It, for instanceVH. Could have N'th. to or.de rPure' : .

.:,atlge-What ,did Molly; mean by none of the finer sorts of Fourth .of

,saying that Joining the Audubon'so July fireworks, and neither could we I

' n ciety was a xpodjbuslness. propoaltloniMarjorl have any'.more.wars,for' ;guncotton, Simon No. 1 lL :
1 *-Tlia, dues 'are only $?, "whilea nitroglycerin, Jjddlte dgnatalte-dim U5EARMOURFERTIUZERS- '

bat wrth'feathers orf It costs at least fact, alfctto hlgb.ez! alvea-weld not I Ii :. -, &

.,.$20.-Harper's- ah"Weekly..' _" be made without sulphuric acid. With "She lookout for your grove and be sure of a large crop: next
out It we could have no coaJtsr dyas. can ."'tYOOlC&D'tlo &la"

,Y.rMIprn! of Curd, It la this acid that releases,,the lovely winter All the b.sst groves use SIMON,".PURE!: I :
jl'"' zThe&. are AnJ enormous Dombel'> of color locked la coal tads black slims ,%i lttiJMAWR, FERTILIZERS, and they show,for themselves : : :? *.*
i' .possible, .variation not !catd.,In card Without i It ,the farmer; would .xharo piessvse

y '- his games.card. Every at whist; man holds.when one he oaf take of 033-up none fertl leers of.the.. .Ib wonderful< Is ,sulpborld superphosphate'ao4-that PORCH ''SHADES, L E. O. Painter''Fertilizer Co. J_._*_>*_", "itte:' f"yT.E. I i For Fruit, Vegetable -, 'aiid i!

018.800,000 possible/ hands TIN total I poured on worthless old bones, turns' We are exclusive DeLand ,
agents'at' '
number oL variation possible amongall then yes this Into, the a marvelous of soil stimulant. for these Porch Shades. ,Just the thing ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand: '.'Fla.MALSBY'S .. Field
plnyer la so,great as almost to exceed cheapest all aclda,4s for your verandas during the hot sum Qrpps.i .
;t belief..It: has been calculated that admitted to be the most,valuable of allacids mer sun. Call at. our. store and,

Jt 'a mllHoiK.men, :were to be engaged. : *!,well,*Exchange, examine.J." .. -
..4 gosling tiro at the rate of one .,F.I'ALLBN *CO. I '
daal Follovlogjaro,4g.eta i, in ,..Volusla. County:
everyrminnte. day 'and night for 10V( Hardly.i .. MACHINERY ;

? ::1I ,ooo. od year they would Jo.ve exhausted i Cabin-/sitting/ i ,tb* MreetLiamMtbe f COMPANY Z. T.. BIQLBY..DeUnd, Florida_ ,
Notice .
only a hundred-tbonandtk part ot ruins of hl.caban4.nore driver I B. F. BARNEY,
,h5 of pie> cards.; of the bus which occasioned the dls- i !II hereby ghee that tbe under' Long Distance Phone 574. ; i DeLeon Springs PATILLO'tt co.
r ) : | ( I signed *en been, appointed-bv the County "' f A. B. Port OrangeJ. .
1" ", ''t1.ilJf"'f.' :. t"t'fifl ,\\Ii, '1'9 ';,(\ .*-Ili: !! .Judge of Voluif county,florid,ExeoutorofUMfCeUtao'Julls 1f aa Ocean 'Street, PBEVATT., Seville. P, .MACWf' .:
0/ O.Osborne, UM tietfeed. j i take Helen
Constable (to the orstoW-mNow) ,,;powl' .atedd county sad has duly q....li. Jacksonville, *;;Florida! O. O. B08TROM. W. P. :

&TS 1 You "rogscat.fellr:t bimjSucltiiiame. .Oed Abtrlbuleeeenu.ed all creditors, ,leu.*, I Ormond V7ILKJNSON. j
bat. I toe |>...reon having, : Portable' and Stationary''Englneiand 1 New Smyrna ,
} >. j iCabmo-h ((111'frenByf*..Hlm .....t'.mad: clelme or demand sicmnst neld' "late, .r* I t Boilers.Saw Mllls,W 004.Work. GR1BER-I40RRIS HDW. CO. PUTNAM ft FOWLER .
n I Ilereby.uolJdedn& the same mini 'Machinery and Supplies.Com. ,1 Daytona Oak tim'A.
"' ,.... ed me cab aa' killed mo'oa* aa'left mi* .lItb n'lo.Wd, to the andarelnwd within plete line carried in I stock. T. PATILLO:J : ; (,
) 1LlberalM A.-P. GTJNTEB ,r:
+ the ,
-elplw crippler WX tbe-ml(dp yet tlnraprasorlbe-f by law or the MOM will .
ti "I \ Terms Wite for catalog. _._Lg.'ee.. .
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e beb. dore Plenum ,,, '
..expect me to call Mmri'_ \ ,,>adatlutt4t D..r )' ., -l I
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