The Volusia County record
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087347/00209
 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: December 27, 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: UF00087347:00209
 Related Items
Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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.? .LONG BOW STORIES. HE If You Want' the BEST, ORANGE WRAPS, Ask for {;.

Legends of the Famous Aroh.r. of thiRemote ,

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:1 i Many "long \>ow,"- stories may be

s a' Bs o vl'' 'ti o ) cited In the literature of the world, Thought He Was Eligible' Com- MHCle t'i1 4J3 ) )U< f

aIId ,by, far .the,, greater part of them

bad, their origin Ju. the remote pant mand a' Cruiser. It o tl1gat r .,k,'. .
Vergil, In the 'VKnoId," tells of four a iY d't e'w# _ri. il'3{ w QI ? ,

archers who were shooting for a. prize: u : l v.- H 1 .r q rI
ar 'a s* Trlldrenriit; the mark being a pigeon tied by a cord AN OLD TIME NAVAL: PRANK. I I J a lr a ,c n'rIL- ,. r "Z p q ( N1 e' i"5.

to tbe mnst of a ship. The first man jrc tt bqi a ea 1 < "
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slot-OU Paro.gortc ,
Castorta. Drops f. slnarmlee and SoothJnlrSyr"p'Ps, It is Plealln.nt. I. bit tlis'mast'' the second Cut tbe cord /l ty Mitk a, : P MII il

,, ,orttna' elbltTtele J..Optai .''oHOf9DJ.... ,nor''other Narcotlo ,sad the third shot the pigeon as It The Shabby Trlok That Was Played

"1I stalIt.desUQYs Wq r and p1Jays Feverishness, dew away. Tbe fourth archer, having Upon a Pali-lotto Greek" Boilermaker
> 'rtilt: ; +dit'7yidh'Lbtla 'A nrdWtrill' !(Jolle. 'It relieves Teeth.. nothing left at "'blch'' to shoot drew by Some of Unol. Sam's Sailors With 1 ''J a 4r a fit' C :' ,'ap4 ,

log Trouples and tlpatlon. It C'.llate8 the his bow and sent his arrow flying Whom H. Had Shipped (0 1Xp t iA' i '
Stomach and Uowels giving healthy And; natural aleept toward the sky with snch'speed' that le n 1 w 1 r r 'rr
: 'The i ClUldrea' .Pa.oa.cea-'Jhe. : JTotlier'a JTrlend. the friction1 of the air set the feathers "A number of years'ago:the cruiseron r 'a

.AJJilVfKBought on fire and It swept on like a meteorto which I was serving shipped n Boilermaker a. RR Ahf
iL Then Jijnd.H.'o1ijija'lf) : i 'while we'were on the !Mediterranean ; M 14 rr ltlto' "
: dtnopppar.ln\ the clouds.) \ .
]f SJinature 01 That Is a bow and arrow story that station," said a tetlred petty is0e < a r

eaxsA f texts the.strongest poWors of credulity.Thq officer of the navy "Our former boil '
rraaker's time expired while we were 1 4i
._ 'stories 1 of Robin Hood's archery j .
I- at Gibraltar andes, ho was not In good
... .., .. ....-... --- Illustrated by his wonderful performance physical shape he wasu't'' re-enlisted, tit k 0 a i n aI t ..
In Scott's "Ivanhoe,

:. /;: .rl1. !>>I ;.1' '' .1 1"iSOlTears.i 1 I an power The al as fi'mons orTx

In Use. For "Oyer ..._. Is believed by some to have a foundu a very, Important and necessary petty I
''' 'r. ..., ...--.it' lr"" ..r IT""" tlon In fact There (was a Dane named officer down below In the engineer's '

.,.. .. .... ..,.,,'".. . ".. .. r Fokeuof, whom the i same, .tory was department and when the ship pulled

,.. .. ftl told, and William of Cloudesley, nc Into Naples barber the chief engineer ) Best and mosi"economical to Use
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r ; 'aof/ '$ Ji44' yfns' Englishman. Is said to have shot an Went ashore to see If b. couldn't dig

.''i\, : Sianal 1 Zaras. ; apple from his eon's head merely to up a bollermaker.

.. '.,' ,", -- ".-. ;rctiQ1cl( P ACti. LAND' show his skill. "There was a clause In the enlist LOOK FOR THE LABEL-THE JAPAt,|ZSEGIRl. IN RED. i

'"..'r., :fOR SALE. OH EASY TERMS,, ,;The. majority .of bow and arrow) ment regulations permitting commAud- .. .. ...........
"-.JAMK9 W,PERKINS! ] ''I I Ing officers to ship necessary men on
stories relate to tbe accurate aim ol ;L.d';;
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: $. .oo. to'''lou' oo, paRA'CRE. the archers, but a Frenchman, Blalse foreign stations In short handed emergencies For Sale by Q. A. DREKA & CO R. S. MALEY, Daytona, j
AT.TQENIBT an _C ELpR AT1 .. u. P..i1'e.. .." IMtheauto. de Ylgenere? tells one In which the The chief engineer brought. ..
& New
: back to the.hlp a Greek named Charlie McCALL Smyrna.
; f main ,point Is the tremendous force
/;, ./ ev\ WO! \jl Fle.f with which an arrow may be propelled Manx The man couldn't speak any J

...,.D"J.and..1T.'l.lFlorida.. : ,.. ; U the bow.Is strong and long enough., English, to speak of, but he was a .J
'\7111'Practic@\ ? in State and FederalsTES1fA1& to his account of the !good man .at the bollermoklng business
According own
. Courts and he was duly shipped aboard ',- satisnea any one'e curiosity.' But nowI
{ tiLiyexglt iirs.; matterte.. saw ..Barbarosso? a Turk. WO.. .. .IIi! O. i l
.. ) / l admiral of a ship-, called the Grand of us for three years. He was a wild, am deemed an unnatural mother If I 1

JBLf 1".d' + eed a el Etolyman send an arrow from his bow hairy looking lot, Muro was, and begot One ef the Trades Classed as Din put my child's age'or weight In round Directions To Prepare Simple :
ball. Whether a good' deal of a laugh at the numbers and so, being corrected I will
clean through In ,England.
a cannon
'' gorous (
)91ripTT013N 1 FlnePashlonableTurnoutsA'Bus hands of ,the crew, especially the tell you that my precious pet who Is Home Mixture. '
:1: I; ; the, cannon ball had. a hole In It or Time was when It was difficult to
meets alTtratn*at Av"U. il Depot.Hanks fellows from the time he the sweetest thing that .
n -'l1Jii''I younger first. very ever happened
J.I- m6rnlnnd.anern4on On FJE. not he neglects to inform us obtain an antique oak escritoire or a A well-known authority on, Rhenmatiem -
ece''ta: Bainh.Bufltng came over the side Is; as his father amends 'three
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) : Oto.. tratas at QtaageWltit. and'night: Perhaps the most astounding of all) set of twelve solid dining room chairs gives the readers of a large
I mat owl "Maro thought that there wasn't any months two weeks and-.let me see--
Btsooh ;
o Junotlon. IT. S Mall
.DeLand Is that
traiqa at stories about arrow shooting :
t I for anything less than. 10. But ":;OUII six days old.' "Baltimore New York dally paper the following <
e T't !.T : both" routaa li"ke meet boats at fieresfurd, of-tue' Indians who used to inhabit other country on the' map except
Gentle horses and careful drIver. Greece and after he 'got hold ,of avous change tout cela," a. they Bay In valuable, yet simple and harmless prescription 1
Fish It Is ,.ald that a ol
Bert group
D. Florida.! '
Cary e > enough English to make himself understood Brlttnny. Nowadays, thanks to the A Study In Names. which any one can easily prepare ;
fbo 3'1 I-I' ,Id.f the'P.QUld'I } d/clrclet one would
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f .ir ssesiix j'ATTOftNEYS -!-. I II thr"wuati ear ot corn into the air;; he used to take some of the Indefatigable labors of the worm The names on the little vestibule at home:

and COUN3ELORS1f '--- --- ----- tbe rent, would shunt at ,It and shellIt young apprentice boy. up Into the eater, we can purchase furniture 'of almost plates In a New York apartment house Fluid Extract Dandelion,., one-half a

I .... '. ': -' \"'. I ]naure ,with,us. J of every gtnln' before it fell to the eyes of the ship and tell them with any ago, In almost any condi- are the subject of a letter from New I I ounce; Compound) Kargon. one ounce;
ground. Sometimes the arrows would many gesticulations and furious word, tion of senile decay, for a modest sijui. York In a Vienna .paper. "I had to Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla:: three a':'J
of the different kinds. of Greece The enter Is Indeed public bQn- stand. In thee little ," the
DqIa d,,FJorida. I Now is the; time. strike the ear of corn so hard and fast tar worm a space writer ounces. I
N11I: PractlceTn Sta.tli= and. 'edera11 could knock out of Turkey. efactor, one .who does good by stealth says, "waiting for some one Bve flights
that It would remain suspended In the
bottle and
..l8peolaLIadiatleufer Mix by shaking well in. ,
Courts.' Spot cash for losses. "The ship was around on the Pa- and would blush to find It fame If he up to pull a string which opens the
I tKaiDlBiat and ''*. : I.li alf wreralitnlnutas, and the 1 cob= ?n.ver cine station when the war broke out had not long ago renounced the gentleart entrance door. This took a long time, take a teaspoonful after each meal and i iat !
foil until the last grain bad been shot
p'erfectIDI1.I lanM tltltes. ? should be protected. between Greece and Turkey. Wbeu of blushing. and I had opportunity to study the bedtime. -]
-Chicago Record-Herald.
t away.
I I '. : .. '" r_I' t.benewa /of. the outbreak of the war He Is usually an elderly man with a names of the people In the hou e. He states that the ingredients can be j
Insured .
_. R..you1 .-, ___, got to Maro, our boilermaker, he slight limp Is the worm eater. In ear- These were some of the names: Beck obtained from any good prescription ,
I J L.; MoCRORYjT. ; Everycompaoyrellabie. (..BOOK," ,PLATES.TMyCsmsWlthln nearly bad heart disease And a whole ly youth he was apprenticed: a jobbing erSchnelder. Schuster, Kelner, Schreln- pharmacy at small cost, and,"'being of j

I' lot of other sudden things from pure house carpenter but by sheer ay.-.Ruhrman.and( D ucker. At first I vegetable extraction, are harmless to
*w\ -Fifty-Years- Aft. excitement. He just ceuldu't bold ability by pluck grit perseverance'! and thought that the various apartmentswere
I 1.r : 1'T<> tf Whe does your policy) ? take. *
w'H' expire 'rth1l9v1ntIonAftPfIntinp.' himself In, he looked so tickled. the exercise of those qualities of body occupied by persons'engaged In'
.. ", ..J'V..H .4. j0 A L" A "-,.. Jt A It' was a cientury! Crow 'Da Greek man wllla him him, and mind which men call genius, ,he trades named on the little signs but This pleasant mixture, if taken regnlarly i'

Florida. III your policy in forcer the Invention of printing that bookplates blm, da Turka man' was Charlie's has risen above hi., station and the ,this was not so. Becker (baker) was a for a few days, is. said to over '

-- _1 Detn4;: .L ..L 11 1 1I Te1e biJI nmbetxteei.a t ; wggq) |Iatrodpued,.* Identifying\ Moro's way of putting It, and he didn'tsee sphere In which lie was born and now clerk; Schneider (tailor) was a railroad come almost any case of Rheumatism. .,
::' marks to Indicate the ownership. of the that the Turk had a ghost of a occupies a position In the professional employee; Schuster (shoemaker) was a The pain and swelling, if any, dlmini -

I Silll B, Wrlfkl,_ _,,,,, ...B.--, Wr rht r, HON-I 8U.RAN AGENCY! voillMei 'U.J "any ", .how. All hands forward encouraged world as far above that of his original clgarmaker; Kelner (walter) was an i tee with each dose until pemanent results

I ... WRIG T. do WRIGHT. Germany, the fatherland of printing him In the belief .They all acquiesced employer as Portland place Is above electrician\ ; Schreiner (carpenter) was are obtained,'and without injuring
, di l tC. ... U:-w'lli"fln "us at from movable type and of wood cut In expressing! the belief to Marc that Pimllco. He .Is not, however, unduly a woman a dressmaker; Fuhrman the stomach. While there are many so- J
: ATFS21Aixo: kAZ1+A1X. _. desert (teamster) was a barber and Dructer
i I' .s ting for imaking Impressions In Ink on Greece would simply eat Turkey up. uplifted by success. He does not culled Rheumatism remedies, patent

..,? H.. ,'NOTAIUES, ., .Pu9LIQ: Stetson and DeLand. .paper",. .I.i, likewise, the, homeland of Then a bo'sun's mate who knew how his old master. Nay, more, uppn (printer) .was a palpter./ The; person medicine eto of which do give
\ H.OraceatTelegraphOfflce! : the book plate to crack the most Impossible jokes his talents do the !finances of hi* employer whom I, ,visited escorted me to the '
; ".1i'' .4IDA, The earliest dated woodcut of accepted with a ,face as solemn and wooden as largely depend./ Vainly may the door and called my attention to ( n. permanent results, and the above will,
1 t-bsrrt l ( little sign which I bad overlooked. ; It no doubt be greatly appreciated by .f
4 : : 'HODGKIN'SWagon authenticity Is the well known an Indian's took Charlie In baud and carpenter piece together fragments ..of
"st Christopher of 1423," which ',val told, him some things. He told Maro deal Into the shape of a bureau; vainly! was Inscribed 'Baker.T: That' be said many sufferers here at this time. 4

: E: ALBxANtJBR, "'JW -.uu. dlsppvpred/ In. the Carthusian monasleiry that'the United States was so muchIn may he turn empty wooden biscuit Is! the only American family In the Inquiry at the drng stores of this !

I .J r' "i; uwATT Shop .of ihelnv-trt' ; Sua bill, sympathy with Greece In the struggle boxes Into cabinets. The public will house and they have a boarder whose neighborhood elicits the Information !

-. It war to Insure the right of ownership with Turkey that the navy department not look at hl> wares until the master nasae .Is'Carpenter. Both men are Iron- tbat 'these drugs are harmless and ,can

IiRYjATjA C" I I N1> <'FtA.F In a book that the owner bad It bail decided to turn over all of hand of the worm eater has been laid ,been workers. labor It all union made convention.me think I toad be bought separately, or the druggists

Office in Bank i ms/fce wl .1.4\11)Copt.9f\ arms of the the ships, of the American navy to upon these trumpery modern fabrics at a here will mix the prescription for our 1:

i':'- \ & fBulldp. logy O' Ep$ItlWAI f.t xr oil':Abg>> darts, family or some other heraldic device. Greek. commanders. ', with a mellowing touch that Is only' readers U asked to,
I 4P1t1 l 'racttbe'tpn' 'Sfitp! and Fed MT etc., manufactured and repaired in my Libraries were.",kept Intact and passed 'Here's a big chance for you, Maro comparable to that of Father'T1ma Obsolete Cur**. r.

;:.-d' .:'\' .- Shop-In-the"terr! be r-workmaDsh.p! from ge4eratiod'to fteneratlbn, bearing' the bo'sun's mate told Maro. 'You Just Wresting the common deal armchair It was formerly believed tbat epilepsy .1
known. .Ouly.Diet,cads men..employed -tbe emblonl'o' the family. want to work your edge. Here you I from the clutch of the carpenter, our could be cured by wearing a

and firsfolass work turned onto I have The !first book plate In Franca Is dated are already shipped on tbls cruiser and hero proceeds to paint It all over witha silver ring ,made from .!a coffin nail. State .Teuhers' Convention.
ID& ,47F. ateiK added to mv p'ont aCOLD -.> : Sweden.. 1573: Switzerland, It's dollars. to doughnuts that* If you solution of beer and boot, blacking ,14
.,, .. .." "1514yfa" ; of blood from the tall of The Florida State Teachers': Association *
4 ; 'a .-..,,- ::;I .. >0., ;p Seven drops
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113YSIdL1 CAxD SURGEON, i 1007,, and Italy,1023. ..The. earliest,
,l list book plate la.,found.In a folio volume order to }a'\r.e\ her over to Greece to' age. He then takes a diminutive criminal were said to be valua ler8Q1adle. burg Fla Tickets; will be on sale at
j. DELAND- T once tbe property of Cardlhaj Wol- mix Itup, with'the Turks you'll get It gimlet from his pocket and makes a To cure'a'
avenue, for epilepsy.)
'Officeat residence ; all Atlantic Coast Line ticket offices
Icy and afterward belonging to 'bis handt do} n. Better try It on,' number of minute boles In the legs and bold the fluger.ln,, : :
Court felon run
i or I
in Florida Dec. 29 and 30 with return
dto8.14MRa royal,master, ., "Tlint.jldon,;1{ Impressed, Maro'i henp.la back of the chair until even an expert a cat's ear for half an hour -For toothache
Office Hours limit to Jan 3 inclusive
\ : gr1AtoA y 'The ..earliest' mention1' the bookplate \[ aalte bg'mni1! liiuto whom, na'd would thInk that a worm bad been trim your finger nails on ,,Friday up ,
tat English literature Is have to to get" comuqauJ of making mighty for centuries!l Thla U a rare chance to see tropical
by'? .Pepys to'apply{ Its neat, ,qr eat/ bread? that)\ a, .mouse. has nibbledor
V x July 16, .1CS8.-> Th.'' first known< book the: crnlHor.4byt In the wood from which this article of carry In your pocket a tooth southern west.coast at beginning: '/

plate In America ..belonged' G.vernor ."\\ 'to, the commanding officer, furniture Is manufactured. (The worm a soldier killed In battle. For ranilaof of the winter tourist season. Hates ,

ti Dudleys Pool v re, ituet>atrlot.T-ns of courso,' ,wns the reply. la nature's'''lathe. He turns things the tongue spit on a frog. :For al- will be one fare plus 25 cents for the .j

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. onset, the flrst...iuerleaqjevKrayer: of Illro was trementlouHly Important while you walt; hence the old sayingto ,cpyojpm, down an eel In brandy' and round trip. Double daily; I service.

: book. platesvond, atyh'Iigap1),) of?,great tor n> day-or so while he let this huge the effect that the worm will tup. make the drunkard drink the braD Y. Pullman cars on day trains trains.and"Pullman
'vl OM3 o t e rk AV:3eTI: Idea -withln him, and he bullied 1 1the cannot him) sleepers on night For
RID.bR. sWl.tr.: Jaarga .:ohRRrYtjq:! giLLori.! !{ grow You prevent displayed To cure warts rub the wart with a potato further Information or if you are- go- f
him be
'j with to
detailed to work Is ready
''t men The chair now .sad.feed the potato to a pig.! tug to travel anywhere, write to or 4
down below In tbe boiler room a stood In the window of "Ye OhIo Antique call on A. W. Fritot, Division Passenger -

A. S. MUNSON iw.1:" *'rt :* I IA deal The bo'sun's mate kept working Secondo Huude Furniture 'Female Diamonds. Agent Jacksonville:, Ia.! '

tos ruoll <1/ woman', :Back t td1etrq1y74A blm opto It,. and finally Mare appearedon Bhoppe4 where It will be labeled: 1'A The jeweler held a magnifying glassto '

HOMEOPATHIC PHYSIC U.N. ) !; Ia..i'. D.tl. 'av.t..t. by deck one morning togged out In his Bargain. Only 37. Supposed to have a superb white diamond., Jr
r *J I>I 1MI B ,I weaknesses. and falling,or other displace* very best mustering suit of bluejacket been one of the Duke of Buckingham'sfamily "Do ,yoo ,seethose, little diamonds I
tiOfflce Second Door South of Fisher's monlvof(the pelvMtwgaasvOtfter symptoms clothes and, went- up to the officer of seats." And It will eventually be 011 tbe farther edge?" be Bald "Theyare Thousands Hare 'Kidney' '

t. F Drug Store TIRB SETTER of lema1 ,* akn, are frequent the deck 'and asked permission to see bought by a wealthy American millionaire Invisible to the naked eye, but the -

: ,"1'1011' HOURS 10 to 12a m.t Ajt 3 to6 raD let Tires without taking I 11Wldpshl "JpJl'ese, tmaguian; M>eak or the commanding officer at the mast. who wishes to, furnish his homeIn glass shows them quite plaInly.d"n't Trouble 'and 'Neyer' Saspect t' 1L .:
and 7 to 8 m7o < your The officer of the deck was rather surprised Va., In a style some three
p. Hogsvllle
: '
dey _
wheels from vehicle. We take oat no It? Well they are the proof 'Prevalener bff Kidney X>!
DeLand.Florid a, log sensation In stomach, dragging or to see the man all done up In centuries anterior to the discovery ,|of
boltarnh no natal pr. uia vpar felloes that this dIamond Is a female; hence Most people do not real le the
'f' rl WitU A ho>) )lireJl Cotne aad sa it,work bearing-down In lower abdominal or pelvlo Ills mustering togs when all hands his continent. You may wonder pfr- v..' say that there are male and fe- increase and remarkable prevalence '

rrs: f and yon will never have your Tins set region, disagreeable-drains from pelvloorz were at ...orkl';' but as he Is obliged to baps why I have 'Included the profession mow i idlamonda,1, ,the males, of of kidney disease.
; F; JOHMHEYEhI G hpiNf419ja:1 itt n.,f lnlspeLliwlth/general/ weakness. do when na polluted man requests permlsHloh of the worm eater In the list '''of course.being these -.WbBokdrkydkl/ '
DR ? If any'eonsldelablefidmberoftheaboTe ..those That ..don't produce'? ,
hanking for patronage in to see the commanding officer "dangerous trades.'The' danger >grdera arolhs
your .
yon are present there .Is no remedy' 'growths. '
GOOQD (]Sft' atr Hie mat anifi hoping a continuance in, .2mptoms .+nllllter..Ueebiiasaorsper- he sent word to the skipper who soOn ,?which the worm, eater Is Invariably 1 '"Female diamonds are Always txe a"commonIdiaeaaat6.tpra
: t'. emain lt/ emerged from bls cabin and appearedat faced |Is that at any moment hOma, be
; by' i a" jprflf m'F(; ,vorltet finest In fact, nearly aU the d n- -"all" they are
f 0 E L AtHr-Hor.- Your. to serve 4 ISOTT !J.record of over forty 'the stick.'jl'Well found out nod senteuced to six mont .s' monde of wide world fame.are) 0-' almost, the"lastrecogniitd.by ,
HObOKIN ears of c Vtf irthe matt note** 't -my man'sald the skipper to bard labor for Intent to defraud, Taw ,males.'' New' York Press ?
Ii' J.. .. ?_i ru M'aro lwho stood bolt upright and sainted If "tla a hard life and worthy of pll! i patient physiciansil ,

':',' ) \ IJi GIJr1/ 47ontractors lea I 4 made with a flourlnb.1, > your .ympatblell..Lo1Idon Tatter.I Theuahtfuf. i I.u." + ; ; Ade eonir x
Notice to 01. r.... ZIvs medhflaal .' o".'Sara,'' said Maro' to tbe skipper ) "Lady with a flashy paste necklace .. ., "' I.I TT, : ..".t'A..d...

V.Jit'iVRBIlHI.a) 31{" inlp tiiniplti*( ao. 1. 190. .iI-wy roots not a found drop of In alcohol our forests or and eon.ums hav-a'J da'+' honor to her-a-by';.taka < da Talking About the Baby.. wants to know whether U'. "pure i' wftA doatoring tin efftett, .

..', I 1btfa Wantid IYe nd will be N. per IwbU-formlng. drags. Its ) .command of-a da ship.' "".0Wbea to.,ijrl Jtor..nwked the.motljerflown mood or not" said the jeweler's .tas .. inal disease underrates the .system.1! '
Dentist, : day of eight honrs.i. 1 f ., harmtllJ.V 4 "-'ney"'sald'tbo Commanding! officer; ,sh..,replied "' ; : .Wbet.ToQe.] ;/ .
'. H' ,' M. SMITH- Pres. "sjl pVlnUd on tna .wrap old, herjnfant, ,,w1a >? 'jn. L. ]is comfort in thepreseed knowledge) so
Hit'' : -Block DeLand; Fis.I nl.tl. s1 ,|*'iWtd" m|<9oatbM porrwst. pnttftiff his hand to bill ear and looking. :w thoulj' esltatlon .that.ha<,'wM f "Look like married woman r 1 11- bftThere 'that 'XH-i"Kilmer's
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,, I Brickt.7eni'A '111 I months. 1 quired the : ,S".p-Roptj Aha mjeat,, kidney remedy, 4 "
4, i, \ 'isbY'211.ffl: aQr rte kip.f has UM,written" 'en*' >10"'Da s&lp! repeated Maro.",''For-a da isn" -eetedthe a- I curing rheumatism '
Nf .. _.. .. .:: ., 'J .... tionah IJ { aaA4)) $on pr Aniet{ 'sHnssuienaief .mon..omlaat "Why.'nol: ; be /? I i"Yes, air.1! fulfills every wish_ in : '
medical.twiiewefll'ps'levmk.eheotaeg navee eTaHellas> -dn Greeka navoe-IaVa "1Ie Is only thijee d' in the back. kidneys. livery! bladder
't" l 110 rpNt,lvwi lo.6) ., taer.'Wbo' sit near by; ) 'Telpher) It, Is." No ,i se,making-\ ;tr } pain
.tJt., la t td t "'f"wra I'mo'fI t' ''talmrbla amount praa.i1n ;!> da honor to taka da command. and a. alu1lt'month. J I bl* for poor husbands these' nurd. ..andeverp. II4ftl, P.te"pripuy" | passage.It s
tf41 ?i I r, tn. r a nil roora ibi ,than 4ny l (, U AI" hands i among the enlisted men ,,' .i..Tsnppessi Leball.bavs to',learu I It,." ttmesr-iLondon'Telegraph:1'' : I corrects inability to.hold water,
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,.' 1. Nt \(; ire.lloi} ( WcU teatl1D9lIfala-4Jloaah! : ,,wee' uf>)onr>rhe to'falianC.to'o''e! tak: said the.young motbavre, tgnedl7i'' '1 .. r and scalding;rain in passing it,win For bed u
[ a nf-liqnor., or
SSlaL 40RQMAN tt 1ma effects following
vOlnn l1'ttr'paU.b ns> *tts thlaflf In,1. anJ they broke Into a short sb 11bo
trlbuied fila feel very while
fewer a-' n that in.A t4ardt! LuekiTired"TattersI : beer and overcomes ,, # unpleasant necessity
# .MA3SAOB N. 4 ..--.s tot s ire! andcfssm" ewlnalarraYwm.dtahd ndai'itbattymvemltd have La'ard lire cable doing the very'thing.for. ,.whichlanghed 1 saw de new' moon1 of ''befng'cbmpeUBd'io// often''

." _d y o. s, < > Mteoi/ t p lengths' distancedMarcJ\ beard It at mothers In, the days before dyer the fort shoulder1 l.lRs"''nlgftt:" I ,during: tho.'day' ,i end; 14 got lip "V nt f' 1
.:, ae.of e tie ...... __'.w.-.. b". .." confidence bed when
and snspeeMHs that ble 'I'wa martled.'Tb theytd isr| vender wo.:dat'. a sign liar!' .Wea-y \ during!: the) night The mod andfkdkxtraordfnarykffectbrSwmP"ROOt '
etfcanail.OId Iaase.ptaay bMlJ a'-il.' ..... addaJbgrgasted 'me'tb of1'their*'mfants' In mont: is.Veeks .
..f'I'' of unknown as .wt,rod: aga' VolktJfs. f sign. pat$ ,d1 nex: pla :" :
.'\. F Ii S ll for this well composition ava.batipary'. ,#e""l WddanJyAbc.lft! .-liiI'.. coMPounou,vIpedsl tqtOvppqli'thr'otl.fWtiiInfer6stYeeatfnMghtilthlktr Q1, /flon< > natejand .PWdo, bis..w yyeow J:> .prejneljr'sUly.i, ,Whea one-''wbwld say tojma 1 1jvs for its e cores.of 'most .di.- q
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V VOLUSIA COUNTY RECORD State Superintendent Hollo- ALL OVER THE COUNTY Osteen.Miss At DeLand Churches.

way. after *5 tour of inspection, TIle Baptist Ckurcfc. .

reports the schools of the statein ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED ,TO Lottie Leonardy visited Sanford -
Services at the church
Baptist Entered In the Pwtofflos at DeLand, 11... better condition than ever before TUB BECOBD OFFICE BY ITS Monday. Sunday will be aa follows: Morning .

as ssoond olats matter. at this period of the year CORRESPONDENTS. Mr.Bhadbarn of Bnford,do.,Ie clerking service, "Be 11 o'clock.Not Weary Subject in Well nf the Doing.sermon ...." Ir.., .-t-.,.
in the store of A. T. PattillaThe
since he has been in office, and Evening service 7:00. Subject, 'Th. Now is the time'to do your Building ;
D. E. PKEYiTT Editor ft Proprietor. :
young people enjoyed a Christmas Passing Years Anthenta and solos ae '
the attendance much advanced. Orange City. tree at the Hall Tuesday night. usual. Yon are cordially invited. Don't wait till Sumnier, when yott r rcan't

.z The chief trouble' is that the He is highly satisfied with little the (Miss Adi G. MufweyU- the duly oo- Miss Annie Lee Batten ia spending Catholic Ch.rea. : get labor. Let-us bid .on ,your

people with the best circulating good work of the devoted credited agent of The Record at Orange Christmas with Miss May Leonordy. Sunday Deo. 89th, Mass and sermonat Builders' Material and Hardware before *
; army of 2,600 engaged in the all- Oily and will accept subscriptions and Mr. Howard Butler ot Butler Qa., ia I 10 a. 10. Sunday school at 11 a. m. 7
\ capacity are usually not the ones important work of teaching the ads for the same. Any courtesies extended visiting relatives Ostesn this week. Evening service at 74)0.) Subject of lecture Prices go up again., We...have",Q.n...
her will be dnly appreciated.) In' "
who have the money to circulate. "Mary's place Christianity.
yIn young. A merry Christmas and a happy New Cordial invitation to all. hand:4-,..* ,-. ..!"'.4,_<.0_f_",. ,
Year to The Record and all Its readers. M. J. Curley.
; spite of the fact that the We are certainly haying a delightful I '
In the death of United States Rector. Earl6abs.
winter, like the old time winters. Mrs. Morey of Tltnsville ia spendingthis .Several ( : '- t
has "cleartraokf0
+ President signalled "
Senator Mallory it became neces- We exspeot: to have more visitors here week with her son, Capt. M. J. ( &. Barnabas' Charch. 1(0., 'r
for the other booms, ;
to makean Morey.
for the Governor i
sary this winter than ever before. St. Barnabas' Episcopal'church Bev. i t
there is danger of some rear end I appointment to hold until the The cottages of Orange City are nearly Mrs. G. A. Nicholson of Geneva is Campbell Gray Rector. of the following: Lime, Plaster Parity Vulcanite -''

collisions. Legislature meets to,elect a successor all occupied by winter visitors. the guest oi her son Mr. Jap Nicholson Deo. 90 Octave Sunday of Christmas. Cement, Eagle Cement.; Plaster, Sewer. :,:Pipe, ,
this week. .7 a. m. Holy Communion; 980: a. m. .
of,the late deceased Senator Our streets are In better condition Sunday school;10:80: a. m. High Celebration Hair, "Congo" and "Amstite"ltoofing"?. r. -;;. .' .
At rate President Roosevelt Mr. John Sauls and Phil. Leonard
any than have with sermon. 5 m. Evensong
and he has appointed lIon.. they been for several years. p.
has the distinction of being hipped 'a car load of beef cattle to ,Dally service at 5 p. m. Stanbarb [ '
W. J. Bryan, a close political The present orange crop has brought Miami Monday. {plumbing Boobs
'i about the'only Republican of and lots of money into this place and it amklag is I
friend of the Governor's one First M. E. CBareh
Mr. Breast Osteen wife and little
prominence who is not after the times better.
of the announced candidates for daughter are spending Christmas with ; Rev. W. J. Harknen Ph. D., Pastor. sold or installed :Tin Roofing Galvanized Iron,
nomination. The postofflce officials have been busy I Sunday school 0,40 a. m. Preaching
Mrs. .
the befere next Spring'sdemocratic A. C. Osteen.MtasVanse
place the past week dispatching and deliver I service 11 a. m. at which time Rev. Mr. Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to

primary. Mr. Bryanis log presents for our people.Mr. principal of our school ,Hunter will preach. League meeting the
Wonder if Secretary Taft ..
i attainments left Saturday for her home near Palatka 9:48 p. m. Union evening service 730.:
a young man of fine legal and Mrs. B. E. Prevatt and 4 .
thought; there was anything son to spend the holidays. Illustrated blackboard sermon. All ., .1
and popular among Preston of DeLand spent Xmas day .friends and strangers Invited.Presbyterian "
about to
significant returning Miss Addle Pattillo Brenan
the people throughout the State, here as' the guests of Mr. and Mrs. College "Watts & Miller Co.
the United States on a boat Dozier. Gainesville Qa.. Is spending the Christmas Church

named after a president; and his appointment to this high vacation with home folk. Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp, Pastor. (Incorporated)
r position comes as a great honorto Many of our visitors who oome to Sunday. school at 9:45. Morning service -
Mr. Arthur P. Osteen of Conav-
,Orange City every season, own their Cape of worship and sermon at 11
If the government doe decide one of the young; distinbuish- own cottages and they are handsome ref I Is spending Christmas with his o'clock.

to finance the national campaign, Ions of Florida. The Governor's and comfortable. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. O. O teeu.

selection will give satisfaction to Mr. Frank Orlffeth and his niece Miss Program Week of Prayer-.M the
it may make them a little more Mr. L. H. Roberts was np from Win
economical of campaign oratory. the people, and Will Bryan will ter Park a few day. ago, seeing to the Lila Oriffeth of Athena Ga., we spend'' Baptist Church. The Hobart M. 'Cable' PianosNo

; fill the exalted position with I shipment of his oranges. He has sold tog the holidays with the family of Mr Monday-"The Mission of the
And that would .
help some. J. E. Pattillo ,.. thinks of
Church, Rev. J. E. Oat one ever .making comparisons -
almost his entire
credit both to himself and to the shipped crop about
4.000 boxes. I Tuesday-The Value of a Soul" : between the Hobart M.Cable

Ode from Georgia, January: people of:Florida. The ,Congregational Church had its Will Close on New Year's.We Rev W. J. Hark_ Pianos and'any' other Piano. The
Wednesday-"Our Responsibility for
The melancholy days have PROPOSED NEW SHIPS FOR NAVY. Christmas tree Tuesday night and the the undersigned merchants ofDeLand. the World' Evangelization" Rev. J. superiority of the Hobart M. Cable

come, the saddest of the year, Methodist Wednesday evening with do hereby agree to keep our W. B. Smith. Piano Is sO marked, that when one
The time the blithesome cocktail The Secretary of the Navy, in interesting exercises, and the distributing respective places of business closed all Tb01'1lda-uOor Young People at
speaks Pianos It Is simply the HobartM.
dies and juleps disappear.Jeff his annual report to the President of many presents for the children day. on New Year' day Wednesday, Work" Rev. B B. Knapp.

recommends that Congress making them happy and joyful for the January let 1908. Signed: 0. A. Dreka Friday-"The Holy Spirit: the Divine Cable. This Piano Is a delight to

appropriate nearly $70,000,000 Xmas festivities. & Co., M. Davis, J. F. Allen & Co., Agent" Rev. C. A. Sannden. 1r the skilled m ull lan. The tone is rich

Davis' ideas about trust Christmas was an ideal day at Orange Watts &,Mlller Co., V. M. Fountain, Thursdays evening's service will be '' clear and harmonious Don't think of
regulation are all right. The for the construction of new ships. City and all Young People's Meeting. Front seats 2
our people quietly A F. Dreka. W. O. Watts G. L. Hord,
purchasing a Piano until have
trouble is that His recommendations are based celebrated this day of all for the will be reserved. Let all come, both you
they are not days W. D. Haynes, J. E Blgelow A. 8.WoodallBlane and old. -;'
young seen heard the Hobart n. Cable
shared by the majority who are upon those of the General Board human family. All the business houses Bros, J.A. Erickson. Each service will begin promptly at

the people the trusts send to and the Board on Construction, were closed for the day and Xmas dinners .. 7:80: p. m. Be on time. I Piano. ,

f Congress. says the Scientific American.The were enjoyed in all the homes, .New Electric Show for DeLand. Will Mr. and Mrs. George will lead the J. A. ERICKSON handles/the Hobart M. Cable Pianos.
though some forty or fifty, mostly the singing.Dr. .
which it is proposed to Stay Season orpir. Weeks.The .
ships a
cottagers, availed themselves of W. W. Hamilton will commence
There will be one mighty disgusted build are as follows : Four 20- the opportunity to enjoy the fins/ dinner DeLand fire department has secured a series of Evangelistic meetings in the! JOHN B. WELCH

man in Congress if that 000-ton battleships of the "Dela- at the Orange City Hotel and a finer "The Liberty Electric Theatre" Baptist church Invited.Fisher on. January. 6. All are J ,
battleship.fleet comes back with. ware" type, each to cost $9,500- one was never had and Mr. and Mrs. aa an attraction to offer to the citizens < ORANGE CITY| FLA.

out giving; Capt. Richmond Pearson 000; four scout cruisers of the Fenn were congratulated by all. The and visitors of the city. ----._----.-.... ........,...
parlors and dining.room were prettily: The company which arrived today & SwinburneArtistic '
Hobson a chance to say "I "Chester" type, each to cost decorated in Christmas colors,' and the brings its own electric light plant and FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIESTOBACCO

"t.' 'told you so." $2,500,000; ten destroyers of the Christmas spirit was everywhere. The other property sufficient to fill two can Painters and : ; AND CIGARS
The latest moving pictures will be
same type as. those recently contracted menu was as follows: shown, with two changes of pictures -DRY GOODS SHOES, HATS. ETC., ETC.- *

It is announced that Vice for; four sub-marines of Orange City Soup each week. Paper-Hangars Best and Freshest Oand"oci; ;-constantly: on hand:and all first
President Fairbanks .has been Saltines I
the "Octopus" type ; one ammu- class Groceries for your table.

invited to another banquet. It nition ship; one repair ship; Olives Lettuce Spiced Pears Gherkins THE CAMEO. Latest Designs and Color In stock. Country Produce Bought. A Flrst-cla Meat Market In Connection. ;

, is a safe guess; that he will see two mine-laying ships, whichare Boast Loin of Beef Roast Celery Turkey Orders receive careful attention'; J 'and;; prompt.;; You will find my prices I

the cocktails are kept out of to be formed by the conversion Cranberry Sauce M a... It. Nome PVm the Cuttl.* No. ia B. Rich Ave. aa low aa the delivery .. me a call

i automobile range. and equipment of two Creamed Onions Steamed BiceMashed Net From the Stone.
The true nature of a cameo la very DeLand, Fla.
cruisers now on the navy list; Potatoes much misunderstood by the public -

Just as Mr. Loeb was congratulating .. and four fleet colliers. Turnip Chicken Pie Sweet, erally. Most peopl. think It Is the stone gen

himself that he had escaped This programme of new con- Pumpkin Pie Mince Pie Itself when! In reality the method of NOW THEN, KLICKER BROS r1VIeroha
Cheese cutting 1 li what t produce, the cameo.
the blame for the Presi .
l struction is designed, in addition Ice Cream Cake The real meaning of the word Is unknown -

{ dent's third term announcement!, to increasing the strength of the Raisins Nats Figs Us, derivation having never You Need Some Fruit nt TailorsFour

Mr. Cortelyou accused him of fighting; line, to strengthen our Tea Orange City Water Coffee been discovered; but correctly speaking Trees on Your Lot. '

4 having/; brought it about by un in which at The large! number enjoyed cameos are small sculptures executed
in elements several]
navy In low'relief the business and Doors
delightful recitations and on some substance Having bought nursery South'' from Fisher's Corner > .
several '
derhand methods. present, it is somewhat weak, numbers precious either for Its beauty rarity or stock of E H. Hayward. a clean,
on the piano presented by members hardness healthy lot of young tr e.. I offer .budded

'The Treasury Department has and in which other leading naval of the happy assemblage fallowing There are emerald cameos, turquoise and grafted citrus pecan peach Suits for morning noon and Salt of shade! and patterns
ahead of the dinner and other fruit trees of and fine
are moving us popular I
powers cameos shell cameos, coral night' '
cameos.Indeed Dew, 4 1
decided to remove the wire edgeson varieties, at reasonable prices.Call
in the matter of construction.At any substance that lends Itself on me at my house in DeLand, Suits that fit you, too, just Suits superbly lined all throughright i
the new twenty dollar gold Seville.Dr. to carving In such minute detail l ..(
present our navy is deficientin can or write for what you want for delivery and through O-
I' piece that tend to wear holes in destroyers submarines and be used for cameo cutting and nearly in November Decembr or January. Suit well made at prices right Suit that are a bargain true- I

the pockets. Now if they could C. A. Stiles on Thursday lost presented all precious stones, except diamonds, ALFRED HOWARD, Waiting here. When .
colliers; for, in building up our bare been so lined for intasjllos, but you appear.CONSULTATION
Mr. Ave.
and Mrs. Newman with a Michigan DeLand
'just eliminate the heat that have never for cameos. Emerald Is the most t
battleship strength, we bouncing baby boy. I
tends to burn holes too. common precious stone from which FREE
overlooked the importance' Christmas passed off at this place cameos have been made, and there are THE NEW ORANGE CITY. .

these three essentials of naval very quiet, and all seemed to have a some very floe emerald portrait cameos KLICKER BROTHERS DeLand Flolrda !

1 John Beard ought to be a efficiency. The proposal to build :merry good time. : In existence notably those of Lunch Counter, Candy I

happy man. The only West 20,000-ton battleships is to be Messrs. J. O. Robinson, W. H. Mo-' um.Queen Shell Elizabeth, cameos In were the British Brat made muse to and Fruit Stand

..;.Florida! senatorial candidate in commended. Our own experiencewith Bride and R. I* Gowdy paid the metropolis th. fifteenth, century. Opposite the Railway Station! ,

a the field, with West Florida's our larger vessels, and the a visit Saturday last. Banded,'onyx Is generally used for will open on Nov. 15, where f EF Ir ElrfrE: > tE'Ere''EE' :E E'E' : ttra

vote at his back, he has a force Master Orrell Prevatt ia .spending cameo wprk because of Us hardness Quick Lunches can be had at all Wt f
behind him of which other consensus of opinion and practicein Xmas in DeLand with his cousins BeabtaMoCrory and coloring, and It la this fact that has hour of the day at reasonable .

1F candidate, boast.-Pensacola no the leading navies of the and Preston Prevatt. caused the misapprehension, the stone rates. Vi) THE 'Mw?; .
can being used
so much In making cameos
, Journal. world, point to the big one-gun Miss A. May Morrison, principal of that It ha. now become better knownas Mr. Wm. Kolman. .iltt
.1 ship as the ideal fighting unit of our school, is taking her vacation at "cameo" than by Its right name.8t .- Adjoining:, tttt .
will his General
the immediate future. It will Beabreete with her relatives the Oil- Louis Globe-Democrat open Plumbingand W. C. WATTS .
' U. S. Senator Stephen R. Mal. mOr.'L__n_ Tin Repair Shop, where he. tttt ;;
be noticed that there is no rec- will be to receive
patronage tttt
t4 lory died at his home in Pensa- Mr and Mrs d H. Hessmer are ANIMAL TRAITS.
ommendation for the construction at reasonable rates. All i )
cola last from spending the holidays in Palatb .
Monday morning and '
I the effects of either armored or unarmored St. Augustine with friends and rela Reminders In the Peal and the Calf ef work will be done with quicknessand ''. vi
of strokehe
a ,paralytic
cruisers. The former has merged tives. Their Wild An.mt..... the best of workmanship. i* Jifll1 Ulf1 5TOJ
had several weeks Sena- Saws Filed and Set.ESTABLISHED.
ago. into the battleship; the place of Mr. and Mr.. B. D. Raalerson and It is an luterestlng study to moo In I : $ Line'M-< )
ch tor Mallory's death will be domestic_ _______
profoundly two children are spending the holidaysat u flnlmAla, the *_valtr._.._ n their .
the latter is taken by the fast I
e regretted throughout Hereon and Emporia with friends wild ancestors. There are some characteristics 1860.. Vi ,

1'' Florida.. He was a pure, honest unarmored scout, of which four aDd.relaU"ee., ,of course which are readily No. 65 N. Boulevard

L'k S ,man, and one of the State's brilliant are recommended in this report. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. and Mr. Ge ". M. recognizable animals .still as being In a similar wild state to thoseof and A. F. YOUNG &:CO. .' / DeLand, Florida. I t-till e.

It is suggested by the Secre- Prevail are spending part of the holi for Ui
I sons. He was ,a i.people'sman reason they give a fair Idea of Commission Merchant c\
tary that the four colliers, a typeof days in Jacksonville with their slater the life and surroundings of progenitor '' / < >
and devoted his life for thebest -IN- d ..
Mrs. J.M. Fraaee. The habits of the and
dog cat

;( citizen.interest'of: his State_and her sadly ship deficient in which, be our built navy in the is Mrs. 0. A. Braddook and daughter J are take too the familiar CM) and-o compare comment his on traits, but ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Vi .New:stock of l\ !

'" .,'. navy yards on the Atlantic coast. I Geraldine the_ holidays are up with horn Mn.Sebastian B's mother spending with Tbefb'thou nf the;;-calf: t w Everything in the Hardware ,
i days old
The absence of the Atlantic fleet out. J. u. roppelLMios can -
Congressman W. B. Lamar of gallop as (east ._;;'be ever can la alter ijj ,
s< :,tie) ThirdDistrict has announced during its cruise to the Pacific Elsa Prevatt, who has been attending life He .never leavea the dam end WHY Carefully SeIectM\'u41: t .'t. ',' !,

v ,his candidacy for the' U. 8. Sen- will leave our eastern navy yards school Jacksonville, ID home takes nourishment In small quantities, Yes ..... sae MJt. BUNMCK. tbelr le ALL STANDARD GOODSBuilders' !1!
for the holidays with avoiding at:full meal, which would Impede i m
her '
with little work do parents Mr. _
and *. Put
very special ogee ** ,
( ate: :, "NovritliBeard: (Fensa- and Mrs. A. B. Prevatt. swift; I escspe.. In lying down no ... Nt
: cola Fletcher and.Bryan of Jack- the construction of these colliers attempt If made: at concealment, and DelauMtVFta.BECAUSE ., : W
Mr. T. H. Prevatt ; a"
: on the vacant slips would presented Mrs. T. when ne stands hie l bead la held high. __ ,
serve I t
,jon ille; ,Lamar. ot:,Monticello, to efficient I B. as a Xmas present one of she finest These hafctts:show that the animal's '' : Material Doors, Sufi, Blinds
keep our ,
(to. and: Brown 'of Tampa who are navy, yard pianos manafaotured by ""ICorniah ancestors Spent tbelr lives la he open

d' 10 ,the.':;;finnounced(>> candidates', for forces, together 'until the fleet Co., Washington, N. J. and not In..Jne ftu-mts and that they 'They are, speeUlJsU ,its.,'cr.; ...* 'and Plumbing Supplies etc Curled! ; .
Mr. ,
a'' returns. a a: Herring arrived Tuesday were gr.artravSlprs QrapetnU. ,
-. this' place. The friends- of"000t The total.appropriation' is of this week to join his wife who has The calfAon the contrary', file him Tlaey are the largest dealers in the Unit- : H.II. .
fpreminan8parkmari Are also a self with gmllk-add la a traveler.When sd Mates I
', large 'oneL.. the largest' in fact been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. danger approaches poor his first la> They: are trying to make.'TOTJB. ,,laureate.. '.. .1\5 WANT .. : '
him _
r urging to enter the seua.torialpiaoe 0 H. Mask for the post two months.Messrs THClB, fro | T you to visit my New Btori, inspect my one ; '
that has ever been asked for pulse la te,conceal himself. Ho holds Their....11&1. noaurpasesa.-.
by I
? ,: ; .but. we think; that Secretary' the A.: )[.. Flowers and' L.I J:. his head low lnr
:;Mr;;Sparkman prefers toremains any Navy' for Causey have had the misfortune lately the brancbs of(:the forest All his .new largest York or*.Boston.ce markeu sad nt la.hurg..punts. ._ ,)-; ijj i- .<2/ and myefforti have been directed: that end\7 I

'.n) the Housei.a .. naval increase, at; any one time ; of loosing a sum of money, the former characteristics' point to the fact that Usually oa* baa to BUY ..xp rt.a., knowthe wants of the people--DL.>od>in good..ar--
but we,must remember that the *1S and the latter til, and U honest the ancestfa! + home of eettle wee In a They og.r you the advaatage of (htilr tarty- w i .
I an moist weoded i country, while the two years' work In the orange Udustry fir ,,>>' ried by a General Hardware) Store. and,1 have them; ,
The' East Coast is now welcoming nation has been gJ'Owing'In party finds same they will return .II to primeval Aorse roamed the plal_ the aekl.g.Ir. J i, ,. w 1 ..' I
Its _
owners.The ] Bnidlek naives by WIN foe aetuol 1. LIUI.Gc 1>\ 3 1I 1- ,
M ',Mr, flagler, and 'soon 600rptmilep wealth and numbers at a rate London Chronicle sate pHoes.Orantw.and(hmp.rruH...k '>!ftft I ,:
which i i8 ,even than Christmas tree in the Baptist day and kMpe hla ...... vmted *Mi,tile i : "
greater the
'\': ,.. of coast line :will :be t rejoice> church Tnesdaj? night woe .a decided& otarka*,sot lha they knew;dellf,.what the, EcI3p.rl TTSJ I
from entering
:", a jag to riieet the tourists anxiouspforttie rate of increase of naval" expendi'' success, and much credit U dne-UOee Stop grores people and taking away:your JOur: orange sales' eeL- ,' -., IIJ ';w Jt I )

.ride \ provided In"a tures. If our navy is to,fulfill who had labored ea for several weeks In W..wayq..WQuJ4. I' r- J.
; highway You ,'
;, > fruit by posting the prapetty. eonget I II :
r1 : =
the 1' The main who its great function of preserving drilling the children in their, pieces. the cloth nottoes'a' I the ___ ; : 3 t: .
ct ( r; ," !jover tea. : After the 'exercise* two TheBeoordTofflcew regular trespass CotIIdIr f II1Holig 4......: :
a. Nome. the peace, it Unit be maintained BanU Clans ,HoMe'ren tvnst'with ,
.made'M.UJ1 happy) post Me..Ouaa..l
delivered the .... .
g presents. The church, .. ,
ef -.t --
< at a standard of strength 'com your hots give roe! she adrVage 'f' -
t ,.L aifale'"Oat.of a'wilderness should: was crowded to I-atmost and all had 'YOII ohetfld" .to the new noe than_ market ( .If-; .1'1 : J

>., f.>ottifeel' .that r>eli''without I.i This men.urate with the interests a merry.'good. U_. yea aa ai/egnlnr' subscriber to> Thetteooid. ,to Ban&Mp.took eat, car...year In baetMsejlotfg mgnM. in enoeurk ell. |W v, TheRec. rd, :is SU1la& 'rbly

jreward '' .wBinf t :exchangesr over which it stands guard: --- .a i. f'f'I 'Tie paper, giree yen toe load J g i *." fir. 9 : "" s __
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; ; STRAYED. and eonoM BMW every weep .... : A...*Nl.haft shay tfveaye3k. .UreiaasStonlalaepaetf ,
;..J/. gjgtinu.gfeitCngs.4ildry: ; we wbea paid advnaee, -t yoa only. $ I.., .V" equipped to turn out.h '
: .The Tolnsi-..delegation of schoolteacher 'JVom whi. cents week by ,..r.. l tip-to-
Seville Mock tile
,, { or bin Mod per, ,
:d'' iraoh i anniversaries to : ; : :!ftotf
: iaV Missy NOT. ,
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Zi tl 1 *, beaded. by Bnpt. Botts,,.>rUt NtterbUoV Zest .sew near JPUnan. .. | at ;' ."-. '
:1"snick: hi., Rork urotr intqrer ,... leave Monday for St. FetenbnJ; Mr attend FlndevwulM rewarded by .Cardboarf" 4 aaZsis., ot,,eolarat'sLevotd ii\ii5i 44 i 4-.i.o"tc "I I.1: t
nottfying date
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fit" A,: t t 7fl The Flofcert Co. tonight. Brill's.:Fine Hew. Year's. .postal' cards at <<11'11Io+:+)DIOOCtO :nex: ( [f06 : : i8
Fresh garden Md M fisher's.Dr. .
+ j : Melletto's Remedies at Allen's. "MoBride's Market" for fine onto. of
0, meats. Phone 8.
there are lots of orange jet in the FOUNTAIN ?
Mr. G. M. Holden came Saturday on r
groves about DeLand.. a visit to his family.
: I Mr. S. B. Wright was at Sanford the
t' Miss Sarah Hargraves to visiting Mrs.
;. 0' S'T'ORE tint of the week on business. Spencer in Jacksonville.Mrs. ....FOR....

: EPkRTtltEti Mayor J. I* True of Orange City was O. T. Haynes: entertains a few ,"-
r.q: > :: : In town the first of the week. friends at GOO this evening Comfort' and Satisfaction '

: Mr. J. M. Bnokner, of Nashville Mrs. Mace returned to Baltimore to
yr t .... spend the holidays; with relatives ..IN. +,
Tenn., U on a visit to DeLand.
Mr. J. H. Hibbard came from Ladies and Gents'
rR Mr.O. B. Woodward and ton hare np
I( Lakeland Saturday to stay over Christmas
returned from their visit on the coast

.1:aE,-,,past few weeks the attention of our customers Miss.W.18Ie. .Mn. A. 8. Mnnson's with his family.Mr. FOOTWEAR ;
3' Robert Paxton, attending the $
aunt arrived Friday spend the winter
and ourselves has been directed al- Mr. E., M. Markwald, and family hare law home school for the at holidays.Lebanon Tenn., is at ,............................I..eee..........,.........a,....e....................................,./,,0' k
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'> gone to Seabreeze to spend the holidays. I Mr. O. Knowles of Our Spring Stock is arriving
. / : most entirely to the;; purchase' dnd sale of special Liverpool now
Ohio is
The Plokert Co.' at the Public School spending his third winter at 4

-- merchandise suitable for gifts to loved ones and Auditorium tonight and tomorrow DeLand-a guest of the Waverly. and as weareHEADQUARTERS
night. ; Mill -H. S. Winters and son from

.....; friends. There is, no doubt, someone whom you Attorney James E.: Alexander made a Jacksonville Mrs Fred Allen,the Mn.guests W's parents.ot Mr. and I FOR THE BEST BRANDS I

,. professional visit to Jacksonville this
have overlooked. For the next few days we will week. i Jacksonville Mrs. !H. T.are Howard spending and the children holidays of and Styles of Shoes on the Market B

Hon. H. O. Dnrrand of Rohceater N with Mr. and Mn. T. R Webb and

,;. ,'.' offer special inducements on some of our unsold Y., ii a prominent g.est at The College), family. 8 it will pay you to si

Arms. May all the friend. of The Record enjoy -
";.;, ; Christmas stock, as well as staple merchandise. Florida souvenirs', Tasmanian shells I a very happy New Year, and that SEE o8 BEFORE PURCHASING : :
., ,. .- and the year 1908 may bring many blessings :

J''i: 0 \ We wish to thank all for the very generous patronage Shop.Abalone shell jewelry\ at the Stalin, to Mrs them.a A. Wood and Mrs. MoCann ...........,....,................................................................. (1.1: i

<1' extended to us, not only during the Christ- dune Mr. the W.first M. Powell'arrived of tbt week to from visit Boa hit'I and daughter, the guests are of visiting Mr. and in Mrs.Jacksonville D. A.. ALL THE LATEST SHAPES ,x}'I

'r/ mas holidays, but for the past years. : : family. Morrison.Mr. ZIINZZ'FOUNTAIN'S \;

< ,' The right party iflth capital can soars Brill thanks his friends and .
: : II a paying business by consulting E. patrons for their generous patronage '\;:
and in
: May you enjoy prosperity happiness H. Hayward. daring the holiday season and wishes SHOES '
each and all a glad New Year. + .

i{{, the fullest measure, not only for the "New Year," den Miss are Erwlnna spending and the Mr:holidays LeSenr Oanl-with Choice lots for sale on Palmetto .

Court. Heights", adjoining
: but for life. : : : : : : : their parea te. < the College"University( grounds.. For prices apply =ATT
.c:p" Mr. W. B. Cozen,'Superintendent of to E. H. Hayward, Agent. I

;: ; the Orange City water works, was In Mr. Carl Miller spent Christmas with I
town Tnesdav.Mr. a friend in Orlando. Be is now spend J
0.',,,,.. ing the balance of his vacation with Mr. '
Robert M. Bond had as his guest and Mrs Barber on the coast.
F'f: for Christmas Mr. Walter Drennan

: SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN I from Zellwood.Mr. Union Miss operator Josephene at Hodge this place, the, Western went to JJCfOIIOec
'! Ralph W. Pattison, who has a Jacksonville Tuesday to spend Xmas 3..

: position in Jacksonville: is spending the with the family. She returns today. at the Putnam Inn. Have your horse clipped at Bates' i
Clothing Rugs and Sweaters holidays at home. Mrs Frances Clarke and her sister Stables, west New York A".. Will be t
Miss The Putnam Inn had a fine Christmas done while wait *"
von Bokum left Friday last to yon ;
Dr. and Mrs. Riley of Atlanta are In ,
spend the holidays at Washington, returning inner for its guests about forty, andthey :
DeLand visiting their daughter who Is to DeLand early in January. are congratulating Proprietor and FOR SALE 4,
I' attending Stetson. Mn. Brown for the best ever enjoyed at A dwelling house Minnesota "-'
For Rent-A new house, furnished. new on
>J Hay Grain Orange Box Material and Paper Mr. J. N. Cooper and son of Elmyra; Three bedrooms, one room for servants. this hotel. Following was the menu: avenue. Shelled street, three blocks *
N. Y., are recent arrivals at the Putnam Oyster Cocktail from University. Eight large rooms '
All modern conveniences; beet of locations.
bath room plenty of verandas fine fireplaces &
Inn for winter.
( the Inquire of George T. Haynes.Congressman Consomme electric lights, not water tank ",f'
Mr. John Marston and family, who Baked Bass Cabinet Club Potatoes and beet sanitary plumbing. Tltlesjper- >i*
: : Burnett of Alabama
;i : : -' G. A. Dreka & Co. Telephone have been coming to The College Arms at DeLand from Washington spending Olives Celery feet. Price B.BOO if B.sold within 80 *:4 q
for the past'two yean, are expected in the holidays with Mn. Barnett and the Macaroni and Cheese days. 8.: DeLand WILSON, Fla.
a few days. son. The son is a student of Stetson. Roast Loin of Beef Dish Gravy ?

,Cy"v: -: Mr. and Mrs. Washington Miller ofWincherster A great many. county. people were at Hoard Turkey with Dressing
?:: as Ky., are guests at the DeLand shopping Monday with and the Tuesday merchants Christmas Cranberry Sauce SPECULATION VS. INVESTMENT ,

.i Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have spent taking home with them wagon loads of Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice "

i.': '- . ..** .** **.. 4 .ff 1'.. MttMtTTVT, VT TV VVV V VVV VVT T'VT MftHtN TVTt !several winters at DeLand. roods.. Candled Yams Green Peas ,.Ii
Mince Pie PiAVa'iiluad
Miss Mary" Halley last Friday, celebrated Mr. W. T. Woolley, who spent the ; Apple '- Recent events have demon- is'
Fruited Ice Cream I
the seventh anniversary of her summer at the Connecticut home, wasa strated the uncertainty of stock .:i
LOCAL SYNOPSIS. birth, a number of her little friends pleasant caller at this office Saturday. Plum Pudding Fruit Cake Pearl CakeMixed speculation. Don't speculate y.
Nuts Layer Raisins I invest. Have you heard of anyone -
being present to enjoy the occasion. Be bas a grove and winter home at Apples Tangerines Bananas who has lost money through .1
A E. H. Glen wood.Mn. in DeLand 7
rare opportunity. Hayward investing( realty

IT, IS IMPORTANT THE IMPORTANT HEWS ITEMS or bas on his sale list a furnished R. H. Abbott returned Monday Malaga Cracker Grapes Catawba Cheese Grapes II or If drawing you nave a low money rate lying of inter-idle :.

THE PAST WEEK. house, ready for occupancy, on a fine from Lake City, where she was called Bon Boas eat put it into DeLand building -i--
WHAT YOU DRINK lot, In a choice location. Get it now some three weeks ago by. the illness of Coffee Tea lots, which are growing more .1'1

'. >...! aM a>. ... Item tat U>* P..pIN.hwrsd.r Miss :Mary: Cadwallader whose her sister, Mrs C. R. O'Caln with con- .. v valuable every day; or a house ,t
and lot, the rent from which
f have accepted the Agency for the Orange ar.an..r Vact .* mother Is spending the present winter tinned fever. Hon. D. F. Morrison, Representative will net you from 10 to IS per .'
WE Jacksonville has a nice position In a to the Legislature, was at the .
Mr. and Mn. Francis Wootten of county cent.; or into an orange grove,
.... ...
City Mineral Spring Water and will deliver/ br ear ...wter. substation of the postofflce of that city. Richmond, Va., are spending the holidays seat from Barberville Tnesday. Mr. which will pay anywhere from .
orrison[ faithfully served the people 20 into farm
to 60 cent.: or
II al short notice to any part'' 01 the City or sur- W. S. Taylor, Dentist. Two new students, who have arrivedin with Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Alden 01 the county at Tallahassee as their property per or timber land, which .'
DeLand for the winter term !lit Stetson and will probably spend the balance of servant and they are asking him to will pay handsomely in the near '
has Wade
roundlnpTowns. This/ "water been analyzed the toner Orlando. ,3
: University, are Mr. Lawrence Fay the winter here. serve them a second time. Be has not future. We handle property ot .v
by Experts and pronounced pure andwholesggte'as Table board. 41 Rich Ave. yet decided whether he will be a candidate every kind. Let us help youalong .?,
many very and sister, Miss Bachael Fay of Elyria, Mrs. George Messimer and two children for re-election or not but he will the road to prosperity.
() well as a specific for Kidney lIOUble' Mn. Dorothy Flick arrived last Fri. Ohio. from Willlamsport Pa., arrived doubtless submit to the wishes of a ,.t
... day.Get Mr. Robfc Shields, who met with a the first of the week to spend the balance ante majority of the democrats or Vo-
and rRheumatlsm.Y your magazines at the Studio painful accident last week, having a of the winter with Mrs. Messimer's lasts. and will in due time announce his
: candidacy before the democratic primary !- GOULD BROTHERS
'. F' .' Shop.' thigh broken, an account of which was parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wood.
All the DeLand people spent a very given in last week's issue, is doing If yon want some' of those delicious ;'1

al the happy%mas. nicely. oysters from the Turnbull Bay cultivated '.
: The Marsh Market.
Mr. Wideman U spending the holidays The orange shippers are holding up beds, leave your order at Erick- OSTEOPATHYDr.

," ST. LOUIS ,EXPOSITION with the family. some now getting the fruit to market, son's store, or get them from the wagonon J. R. Moeeley, graduate of the If you want the choicest cuts of Meats J
:waiting for the Zmas shipments to be the streets every Thursday afternoon. irksvllle School of eave your orders with us. The best of ,:,
"In competition with aeady all the famous Spring and Prompt attention given" your orders at"MoBride's worked off. Then you will see the Mr. Woodward Is here with them every the founder of the Osteopathy Science. under Beef Mntton and Pork; Roasts and +V4hops. '
: Mineral' Wafers or thtl United States. Indqdlng' the' 'Poland. Market. Phone 8. prices advanced. week. Office-The first floor of the Carroll. [/ Sausages Hamburg Steak: J.
fresh and salted Breakfast "
Hams Bacon ;
'; Mr. S. E. Lemon at the ton Hotel, over G. A. Dreka & Co.'a .
." CIIII for II Free Sample Bottle.ALLEN'S was county Mr. Jas. Vinzant, taking a business Mr. and Mn. Seth H. Moseley registered dry goods store. etc Courteous attention and prompt! t+

seat from the north end Monday course at a commercial school at Jacksonville : at The College Arms this week Hours-9 to 12:30: and 1:30: to 5, or by deU"ery.,0;,

Rev.'Barrie, the new poster of the M. is spending the holidays at .for the season. It Is about their tenth ppointment. Phone 188. Marsh Bros. (,
DRUG STORE E. Church South, is expected: the last of borne with bis parents County Treasurer season at this hotel They reached .I.J>I-,
and-Mrs. J. J. Vinzant. ..
the week. Florida from the) Connecticut home ------ -- -. .

.:; Ned 10 t','gPosfofticeDeland ... Try our home made bologna and pure Considerable rain fell over the county three weeks ago spending this time at ------.-----.. I

eo Florida farm sausage, "McBrida's Market." last Sunday. Sunday night and Monday 'Jacksonville.Mr. WEAR!
Phone 8.Judge. morning. With plenty of such rains in P. O. Spronl. who formerly livedat EXCLUSIVE

and Mrs. E. J. Marsh of the winter brings a mild season, or this DeLand-- one time principal of the AGENTS fOR THE I

J I Chi hloothe, Mo., are at the Oaks for la the opinion of many old settlers.Mr. public school here, spent Christmas I I .:.'!
the winter. ."and.Mrs. 8. A. Wood are guests with his daughter and sister In DeLand. GXate

!, Mr. V. L. Bradford and family of for the winter at the Putnam Inn, He is now in charge of .the carpenters'crew I .},

New Brighton, Pa., are expected to having rented ttheir comfortable home at work improving some of the
arrive Jan.tad. on New York Ave., to Mr. George Randall asylum building at Chattahoocbee. I REMEDIES

I a prominent Michigan banker. The DeLand merchants and all their i .
In this She
Territory. Try "
F. ALLEN & Mr. Howard Stewart, what Is a student Jim Erlckson has clerks were rushed from early morning j ,'.."
J. CO. of Purdue University, Is spending his a big stock of sewIng RCXAU. Dr', T.III.1_._.
machines In.all the best make, and until late at night for two weeks pre ------- ---------------- --1"J
vacation at home. he ls offering big bargains on them for ceding Christmas day. It has been ....................................................."....,..................................,......................IIINIIIINFISHER'S ","'.,

bailing Furniture House of Volusla County Mn. Judge Phillips and daughter, of the*next 80 days. Start the new year probably the beet Christmas trade our
Nloholasvllle, Ky., are spending the with a new machine in your home. merchants have ever had. The people PHARMACYA
winter in DeLand.Mr. have more money than ever before;
Dr. Odnm Fanning, who Is completing
Andrew Unquiet is at home visit they have been busy all the year, the
his course at the Atlanta Medical Plrstee..... LIDO of ,
."DROP IN" Ing his family. He is yet engaged at year has been good to them, and they ,
College, graduating next
work at Dungeness felt like spending some of savingsfor
home the first of the week to
Christmas. Carried In Stock
and see our. Newest Miss Sallye Clarkson., who 1s attend' spend the holidays with DeLand friends. Always
DeLand Christmas.The L--- __ .,..w..ww.w ,
I IDS Cox College near Atlanta, Is at enjoyed a =- +w USHE'S
Mrs. T. H. Bond and Miss A. B.
home day was cool fair.ahd crisp. All
spending the holidays
Styles in Parlor and Schaefer, of New York, who have been business house closed and the
Orrell Prevatt of Seville spent Christmas guests at The College Arms the panttwo the were :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

''furnlture. '.' at DeLand with his cousins. Sable occsssion was celebrated with family
'Dining seasons, were among the first to reunions, Xmas dinners, etc. AllQthe
MoCrory: and Preston Prevatt. this THE SATISFIED OWNERof
= .' register there season. They like churches had appropriate exercises for i
1. Miss Katharine Crawford will open that hotel and DeLand and this section thechildern, trees and Santa Clans being
.. her Studio of Music for the winter term of the State. at all of them. Both The College Arms I the overflowing basket from t

on Monday Jan. 9. Marsh Building. Charles R. Webb who learned the and Putnam Inn served eleganf Christmas OUR

-- Mr. A. E.'Voyle arrived from Gainesville printing art la DeLand newspaper dinners the menu printed on are i I PELIABL.JGROCERY:

the first of the week to spend the offices the past; six months operating a tlstio menu cards. I ,
Pb N .6: DeLaa4FIL
J. F. AL E'co.' where the purest freshest Coffees'ad
holidays': with his wife and .little daughter. linaotype oo a dally paper in Ohio, returned The Plckert Company played" to a !
Teas Preserved Fruits In '
to DeLand last Sunday, and good house at the Public School Auditorium 1 :

C ./ 1 .. J. ; d : r .!. eI k Mir A. Galhralth and Miss E. J. will again'' be with 'the :E. O. Painter last night and will play tonight cope and glass and,the finest entire Olive list of.Oils necessities Cat. ,':.".J!,r. :;
Marten, two of Stetson's teacher are Printing Co.. and tomorrow night. There are 14 people '.
pending 'their vacation 'a' Daytona At the meeting of the Chapter Royal In the Company,' 'and they are and table'lam.. await the ii.-!':
Bellcb. good show lots of fun, fine appreciative'public.. We keep I; .i.5..
-- .. Arch Masons last week the following giving a ,
w' :f r TftERE'3&jROADr BETWEEN. Mn'. Thompson and daughter, of StMary' officer were elected: Mr. J. R. Wether- acting; and you get, the"worth of your only the beet, 'and'w..Mvs to:, '' .
., Ga.. have rented the Bylandoae ell, high priest; Dr. John MaoDiarmld. money.. They are) playing; under the keep our prices just a* attractive.Come J'' .
r[buying'the;; right and the wrong in and judge It, Eve sue.? : 3t:
I kind 01l1.! In> DeLand.and expect' to spend. the.winter king; Mr. Maynard Bond scribe; Mr. auspices of public school, part of the eeeded. "> I :;'''r<::.
t a' B: ;Wright, secretary) Mr. S. A. proceeds going to the school .improve; 5 "!lAIi -
..DeLand people paid the highest price '.__ meal fund.Charlie !
REAL ESTATE. Wood,. i' ,. ; !; '
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they-have-eve paid The'peLaM Reality Co. made two Smith the) competent A. 0. : ;<1.
r On one sldM'satisfaction and turkey this year. They sold at 18 cents important' real estate transaction Line agent at :Pienon, and probably the '

11. profit.-on the other Is disappointment per pound.' dntinaf|.he last week the sal of the J. youngest lUI&Ioa.-. "ist-tsMmployof WE wish to thank our friends.and' the public la general i 'I. ,

i"f 1'' and dissstsf.! t This offloa The public have a chance to test the H.'Duns);grove south of town to o. A the system; was at DeLaiut the latter : for the liberal patronage given n..daring"the Bolv1iiayi .,

cheerfully place It. wide expert virtual bf'' the Orange City Mineral Miller..eonsldeMthm' 1800j; 1ID4' We part of the week, and was a pleasant and adopt this method to extend: our beat ."wishes,toaH" ,. .; ,
; ear at tile s rvio*j'of; the aorloa, water.. Sea W A. Allen Co. caller on The Aeeocd. He is an inteUl- '
l. ,absolutely'without! 'cbae .. It Sprig advertisement.Mr. .. Bnshnall.place oa north' Boulevard' to rant and enterprising young man, and for ft. Happy and Prosperous New Year; .Hoping*for s'boM.",

{& J y. also often a list of ehoioe lots torsatoiatooMtoBMpf :. M Alasworth and bride Miss;: Stella. Dunn."{ there is a promising>> future Before b1m.TOllE \tinaaao: of your manyfavor.,., whtch'weauur.. ? you wiU'receive '
1 positive val>*> Ralph are There was a. err ... *7.x... tree "" '
*"' Vm.tlmf. at priow lower than stopping at the Putnam foraCswdays. even I Ilb. b# a nnmb4' of Invited frUnds at '" the very beitof attention, we_remain ..... -";! '-'.11
4 la asked fof thni....wb... Call .Alnsworth washer. M ft staxUnt lad... RUPTURED FOR UFEIs "" .v ..,.. \ 0'i, "
4.- the... of Col 1 ., D.a Paxtoaj. I. r'e.peotfolly ,.'
.. .. and>map.velt., f.xv twd( .. serious affliction,and yet ovoid :Yoiirvery; ,. .4: A 1ft' '"(;:
., .. years asjo. BosJevard >and dowry Ave.Tuesday a many .'. "\ ., ,t.. .. '//1', ... "
#? .HAYWARD .. ... t tIt' be eared U they knew. Don't wall too :. .
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long; 4ou'tqoy a poor.Ua** Let us .. .tI'W
: '' '*\' tonight and tomorrow Bight *d sttjoy rr.aThe tee) and the.... >were Oak.your_.kP.,Barg.:< Fitting free. __"IBlt""" .,,' ...J.O; : );.. ._ .

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compromise measure mere was mpr shall be as follows' To own, hold and Itn.prv .
acrimony Ini.contfres/ : .tb4v.* ,''111.111;:: THE FLYING FOX.Curleua I iOMtfiHG.WQBDS1" *
"DOELS[ THAT FAILED other 81'0lu Its existence-thnt 'In' Johe.estate camel and: to act aa agent for the. ( Ff
other to i
I property t n
when folks began! tociU.-tbe'\ hoUSe ,a Inhabitant of the ''Fortit* In operate" ice plant, waterworks, 'r: 'AUA J
bear gat! luu.A J Itwas, alruwit aa bgcll In Eastern Australia. "" Many. .Florida Household' Will Find Ilpht and power plant heating ;

I. the 'Boimtoyft\ Wftt .,I1UIIIIl'!; '". debate ion The flying fox'Is a''very .curious Inhabitant Them! 86. businem phones; manufacturing to maintain and ,

: Flash In the Pan Affair:* thsh Koifbn-NobfaHkd! net In the semite of the forest"'near' Moreton To hate the pains and< aches of a bad links, sloglcal gardens country, .. I"" ."L i
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Senator Douglas bf tlllnnls nnd en; bay eaatvAustralia.. It. U"e8,1I1, back removed; to be entirely free from bull grounds, race truek,. ibeatare 'J e e
Originated In Washington.SOME' ator Ureen of Missouri (poor, olil'.JIm flocks and moves generally toward tho er fnrmH of amusemealsito.own I

Green, who is never upoklMl bf by those dusk of the evening, and, the noise pro annoying, dangerous'urinary disordersIs tlon hotels to have restaurants full eto. ;tacos The l 9
enough to mate kidney sufferer '
;wbp i knew; him but, With pity for.the. duced by the heavy flapping of the any txoeeu In amount one hundred
\' FAMOUS MEN INVOLVED that grateful;' 'To tell how this great changepan o 1: )3 agt Ufesj
unfortunate drinking habit: occasioned called, wings ,ia very singular,, The dollars business($of 100 this(00), The principal rttjl ) ,
his downfall) bad trouble. be brongh about will prove comforting corporation

Green In his speech said< that 1'on/f"j'; / are flocks large like araucartan quiet places pine, where trees there with words to hundreds of Florida breese Volusla County, Florida. .. .. ". 'i'; :
,i' Th CiiBllolt"oThBt\ Cuttlnll of Nwv las did dare to controvert readers. ARTICLE 111", i .
1 not an underwood of scrub and creepers. .; :;
Capital Stock "
to Braoklnrldg of K .
York Sent ntuky ,
was a debate In which Jefferson Davis The foxes bang In vast numbers from A. Oertlnir, seaman of 419 Ik St.,' Tbe amount -
stock of
't -Th* Brok-Bumnr. Quarrel got mixed:up, and there were horizontal branches of the pine trees. Penaaoola, Fin., tells how to do It. Be ration; shall: be twenty-live : : : THROUGH PULLMAN, ,SRRVJCE. ( i t-

1 and th* Pry or-Potter Trouble.:, J Itles All around. There was personal-I When there Is a clear space among says: "From myexperience with Doan'a lars ($2JtUCO). which shall be : 'ON 'A '"'J'R4l N _, .\ ::
ment toward a duel nt that two Hundred and fifty ((200)')
e Could the detail. of the causes ot numerous the trees an enormous number of tbe Kidney Pills I can strongly recommend value of one hundred dollars, ( ) __ __ __ .' .
and Green. ,
tween Douglns :
5' '
I -
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,., Invitations to the field of honor animal may be seen and their noIse them to anyone In need of a good medicine nbare., The terms and -I-I< ; -r. \ 1"

In order to;, settle differences by a resort'to passed would be and something'going everyody\ ; expected on at'Bindensburg there- can be unusual heard, for they directly utter a they short see bark anything for the kidneys. KMney complaintand Shall which be the a.capital follows took it!. shall, ;g ,THE'; He R LA; J EQLDER' !

code duello and the noil- following
the L.
: butf1'lend.ln\ervened;, and backache caused me suffering at Intervals property by w.
materialization of'these expected bos- hostile meeting. something like tbe sound made by for and being In Vpliisla Countv *. t
L prevented a rooks. Often every branch la years The first or second ida, and more nantlaularly : ;-v: '
tile meetings be brought to light they Then there comes to mind that ta ;young crowded; and the foxes are seen lows tow t: Birch. 40. 47 4H, 49, : J For detailed Information scheduies''raterf' anV reservations, se :;
F would most ;HHHureUly prove'to be Interesting : mous Pryor-Potter: trouble, which young attack I did not mind but as time went 54, 68, 50, 57, fit), BO, Cu, 01. (02, 63 call '"
t write or
their wings and holdingon nearest,.flcketAR'e os, :
I either flapping t''. Post's and plat of East : ( 'J r '-1 .1\ ,
rending'matter, Many of ; grew out of a charge that Potter, who with their bind feet and with their by they grew: worse and at times laid gether with map improvement and Ticket Agent AtlanHe Cea Un *..Jlroe4 yi;

these flashes lu the pan affairs! originated was a Wisconsin man, bad Interpolated beads downward or snarling and fight. me up. I could hardly walk and it wasa nances, nt the piloe and (or the El L, rUljlfi, DB LAND, FLORIDA!
,, Washington; In the antebellum the manuscript of the i house reporter. difficult matter to straighten after tion of twen ty-flve thousand ( : ) 5 : "A .'

days. The quarrel that ,-began ..over/ that resulted Ing for places stooping while the secretions 4HTICLE IV. -OR
I the whole take to flight and kidney ::
4 t In the early part of 1851 a bIg sensation In Mr. Pryor; who represented Suddenly Term. :5 i W t'nimnm.' Diyisk.Psa..ng.rAgsnt4tuhtlcCOaltUse" : *: -
sides antI were Irregular and unnatural. Doan'sKidney A.' .
their furry wInglike FLORIDA
was cnuBed because of a difficulty tbe Richmond (Va.) district, sending flap The term for which this I : 'JACKSONVILLE, ;. :>
around like heavy birds. Many PlllH cared me. From
between John O. Brecklnrldge of Potter a challenge. ,Potter while dls wheel persona xlstls perpetually The! '
Kentucky and F. B.-Cutting of New: claiming allegiance to the code said be fly with!! their young holding on to experiences I know that tbla remedy corporation abaU eonduolod .44.. ......4 .. ''.......'.'.. .

4j1.. York, both members of the national would fight Pryor Indoors or out In the them. I flan be depended upon to fulfill the lowing and officers a towitt A __ -
rotary (
but tbe
1 : house of representatives It was at tbe District with bowIe knives. Pryor de The creature Is not a true fox and representations made for It." shall be eligible treasurer to 'hold: the latter ------ :___ _-_._- -_-,_.' :_:_' I

time when the, Kansas-Nebraska bill dIned to fight In this way on tbe there Is a fold of skin which reaches For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents es), and a board of directors *

was 'under, discussion.! Cutting ,Intimated the were barbnroils. from tbe fore to tbe hind legs. This Is Foeter-Milbnrn ARTICLE II
c ground that weapons Co., Buffalo New York V. It.
In a speech that Mr. Brecktnrldg Inhuman and not used among called the wing and It enables tbe sole agents for the United States. Officers. J buB.Stets'on :University
the animal Is called to
responsible for an article Lander pteropus, as
i&& < was partly ceatlemen. Then General Remember; the name-Doan's: -and The officers of this corporation ,
thnt was published In the Wash who was Potter's friend, offered to float and turn in the air take other ofllce for the 'period I or term of one -.,
Ington Union, the Democratic organ In fight Pryor in any way but his offer no the date of their election, and '
( the capital, which was offensive! top was declined on tbe ground that be ted at an election to bct-belil uooo, 'AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY!; .. OF CH cACO. t-.
end Tuesday of November each '
bin, and the two gentlemen .Indulge (Pryor) had bad no quarrel wltb Lan Notice.Notice after. The peraons who are" to n" ''' ''' .

?k In a colloquy that was very neat a bit. der. .Yutt's Pin Is hereby given that six l months bueineis of this corporation as LIBERAL ARTS-Standards areld'IDtloah1t11; the Unlve*.' "-
ter personal quarrel. In the course of There were other duels expected In after dste towitt on the \3)ja day ct June rary ollloers t until the olnoers are of Chicago t. ,
1p It Mr. Cutting made a remark when Washington In the dueling days that A D 1U08! tho undersigned administratrix E the. L.first Potter regular election and !:( Of LAW-Graduates sltnittedwithodt.xmuStlon, In FloridNl
of the estate ol Wm. H. Dyne will present president; W L. !: OF TECHNOLOGY:! Kleotrleilv Meahanlaal; and Civil lid:
and In -
the Kentuckian arose a quiet bere
but those cited rotary and treasurer and E. L. ? .
7 never place stimulate the TORPID LIVE her ttnal accounts to the Hon. County Judge! ; 3T
\ but very firm manner nuked the New are about the most Important of the strengthen the flljiestlve i>rjrunregulat !: of Volusla County, Fla, and ask lor a final L. Uonntag: F. !C,. L.s.ugbiin.board. COLLEGIlUl'Oa..tJUCBIC.BS-J'Jve! : pour ea of study:foi7iorida Bchoft '
I ,g York man to withdraw the statement episodes.-Washington Post. the bowels and are in discharge as such administratrix. tora. c" .* 4'A .,
I i4. The house had,been listening to the equaled as aDANTIBILIOUS This Dee. 20, lOOT MIRIAM BYNE. ARTICLE VI. PREPA.RAToRY.AOADEMY-For Chicago, Harvard,. Yale, Princeton S
Aduilnstratrlx.Notice <"
remarks these Vassar
of gentlemen very earnestly -
all the while and when Cutting HIS OPPORTUNITY. MEDICINE, highest amount ot BlttEIIi.\ !: .CVLLEGE- ookkeepIDK, Banking! .,Shorthand. Typewriting!
I to Creditors. liability to which this \ Law.
sold In answer to Brecklnrldgo' In malarial districts their virtues arr any time subject Itself la one :! ,; : & pgA.NIO ARTS.-.Wood and. Iron Aorkinic and Manufl
request that he withdraw a specific H* Found It In the Rubbish Heap and widely recognized as In they posscbtpeculiar the Notice Is hereby given that tbe under. sand dollars (100,000)). T-. oIr .
Mad the Most of It. : properties freeing signed ban been appointed by the County OF! MUSIC-Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory, History of Musi**
II, : portion of his remarks (they were assertions system from that poUton. Bleguntl:! )' Judge of Volusln county, Florida, Executor ARTICLE. VII. Course. e.
that Mr. Brecklnrldge hud How to bridge the gap b tw.en my sugar coated. of tbe Estatuor Julia C. Uaborne late deceased Names, Resilience and : ,Ol1 FINE AETS-Drawing and Palntlng-oll.,wateroolor. paateft-:
f4\ been skulking). that be would withdraw clerk's desk and tbe magic "road" was Take No Substitute. of said county, and bas duly quail Incorporation.,, (! .! has Colleges( / Technical 8obooll5, Buildings! 48))) In Faculty!
I' nothing there came a sensation my serious problem not so many y ars lied aa such executor. All creditors Ie".. % oourses.-stpong teachers. modern lulpment.10 labora&odollll museum.
which developellnto great excitement ago. I was a "stock" man in a bigrall'ay tees distributee!_, and all persons having .... .211 cl_ rooms,separate dormitories for both sexes. DJemorl..1 dining
claims demands saId Subscriber. Residence. l:1u: wood and II and domestic science auditoriums
bouse. I felt I knew or ugninst estate are 011 shops, manual trlllDIDg t
L' when Brecklnrldge snld Cutting had supply hereby notified 'to present the same duly E. L. Potter Seabreese, Fla. )() pIpe organ U pianos debating oiubs lIterory societies star leotllrtl
t. spoken falsely and that be knew he the business, believed I had selling autben'ieated, to the undersigned within W. L, Sonntaif Evansvllle, IncU ...(; associations general library I5ouu volumes), special 11I'It
[ bad lied. ability and the game appealed to me the time prescribe-! by layr or the same will 8'. R. Laugblln Etaaaville\ Ind.j's I rs.eijol: 8d athletlo nald_runnlng track tennis courts, baseball dlaraona .
But the sales manager be barred. ( '. pak-likecapjpus., shell roads, cement wa.lsv ahmbbery and trees.,
when called
; Now. a gentleman another F. R. USBORNE ARTICLE VIII. .. (not sectarian) atmosphere, open to all denominations, steam beal; ,
gentleman a liar In thAt period of thought I was too young. It was "up"to Executor. i Seal. I UgbUretautriu bull. uonuerU Iratornitiea.ezhibitioaa, reoeptione, re>

our history It generally meant a fight mo to prove myself. DeLand Fla.. Nov. M.1907. The seal of this corporation,shall vespers exoiralma: featlvala. Attendance now biggest! / In history of
L of some kind, and so it proved In this The opportunity to do so would not cular impresaoniatamj.bearM! ,, / Generous pawn; no money apared..Stetaob U leg. Florida nrae
Notice of Intention to for Let. and aU tbe time. ''. '- ,
I must find it myself Apply tar "seal/1an"around -
from him. ,
1 case for before the day was over Mr come II ..
ter .PotI'1I1. cuml'erenre the words, "E.. L,. lDjprmaton( oalploguea, bulletin., views and folders, address
Cutting through his friend, a Mr and I kept. my eyes open.- .. pony. 8oaljree.se.: Florida" PRESIDENT1 LI-ICJCS:- HULLEV, A. H., Ph. D DeLand, Florid/
f7 Maurice sent a note to Mr. Breckln- One of tho eyesores or the warenonse E. L. POTTER,
ridge calling upon him to retract "or was a grent pile of red glass globes Notice Is hereby gIven conformity with W. L. BONNTAQ
Section 2134! General !Statutes of the State (
to make the explanation due from one for brnkemen's signal lanterns They of Florida innt we.the undt-rsignetl Intend FRANK R. LAU --- -' -: ,
,' gentlpuian to another." had been In stock for five or six years, to apply to His Kvoellenov, N. B. Broward State of Florida,)
Early next morning Mr. Breckln- 200 doieu of them. Governor of tbo stale"' of Florida! at Talla- Volusla County.
haaaee Florida the 2d of Before me aa.olJ\ce.\ .duly. Bllt "
on day January
ridge through his friend, Colonel Styles In lanterns for railroad men A. D. iiO8. or as soon thereafter( as we can take acknowledgment of deeds
Hawkins accepted tbe challenge. Botb had changed. Our new models", were be beard for Letters-Patent to be Issued toE came E.; 1 L Potter and W. L. ] Lumber/ \ bmEaQY
men were up to full measurement In all too small -and light to make use of L. Putter Company of which corporation each acknowledged the foregoing
.t tbe quality of pluck required for a them. They were simply rubbish. Two ; I t I the following shall be the Articles of genuine signature to* the charter
Potter from their tbVd epot
Incorporation. Company quote you prices you, yards near ; .
I sanguinary battle. An arrangement or three times tho bead of the department "She can look oat,but you can't look In" K.: 1. POrTE Wltnpsa my hand l and seal this at DeLand with best cypress! and yellow pine "p ,
t was made to meet at Sliver Spring, In bad all but decided to break them W L, SON TAG. of November .\. I). 1007.

;t the stat of Maryland which was the up to save storage room. yaftecjdor MACSI FRANK B LAUGHLIN. [llealJ! ] ISAAC, A. STEW Lumber fJ i "
L Francis P. Blair. home I noticed the Notary Flooring Ceiling
residence of Hon. Going one night ARTICLES ;
Of .
INCORPORATIONof My commission expires April 1, ) .,. ,
iA They were going to fight with tbe ordinary red lights guarding a gas main excavation "

rifle but they didn't get together -cheap lanterns with red cloth PORCH SHADES E. L. POTTER COMPANY.ARHCLE County State of ol Vanderburgb Indiana >I r Shingles;, Latb, Etc; : ;'

Mutual friends were grieved at the sewed round the globes signals yon Before me, an officer duly '

Idea of a prospective tragedy which couldn't see a hundred yards away. We are exclusive! agents at DeLand I, take acknowledgments of>leeds }! Lumber! Building and Fire Brick:, Cement etc., promptly,. .delivered, -#' ;
might end the lives of botb of these bought of our stock of old red Na'De.Tho came Frank R. Laughlln and anawhere lu the city. I ;"It.
for these Porch Shades. Just the thing edged the foregoing to be his
eminent Full details of this globes came to me, and next morning
men. for your verandas during the hot sum- name of the corporation shall be K. nature to the charter of the E.
I transaction in the Interests of peace I took one down to the lantern depart mer sun. Call at our store and L. Potter Company, I Company.Witness. t"I
were not known but the reconciliation ment. I explained my Idea to the fore- examine. ARI'ICLE II. my hand and .seal the
F -. was effected, though not without ur- man and asked him If be could makeup J. P. ALLEN & CO. Nature ot Business of November A D 1U07.) Saw: 41s
I [Seal] NESTKH! LOB and & NovoltjWorts
planllg Mills [
gent reasonings, and tbe two became _a cheap lantern_ for contractors' use. The general natureofthebuinessor bus. Notary : : ;

as friendly as e\er. He Interested himself, stamped out messes to be transacted by this corporation I My commission expires May 16, -

Every one knows of the assault upon tho shapes for two dozen with our old Notice to NonResident.In J. T.\.qA.RNS.. \ Propiand l'f1 r,

SenatoavSumuer of Massachusetts by tools and gave tuo the cost figures. I Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit I

ii.- Preston .S.. Brooks .of South Carolina. added the original price of the globes of Florida In and for Volusla County; II E S S E D ;', .

''r 10).one, seemed to think that a challenge plus Interest, and bad no trouble sell- In Chancery. Highest-Market ;Va'u, ,IA LUiMEI'ER '

') to tho South Carolina man would ing the whole lot to one contractor. Luther T. Graham) and SGOBEL & DAY ROUGh It, ok

come out of this lamentable aalr.e' Canvassing the, town, I sold .twenty vs } '
Brooks It Is very well known. was In- dozen to the gas and water companies Ella Graham ) Square Deal Floorlnr' Siding, Turnla, ?, Scroll Sawing, Moulding, Window ana -
To Ella Graham t ( Posts, Balusters, Mantels, Turned Porch Coliimns, etc.,
at remarks made and contractors
by Individual
tensely nugered You are hereby required to appear to ; 'IJ.rQV and pineries, MiKr Crates and Box Material 9 specialty.
( Mr. Sumner concerning Senator Butler Then I asked the sales manager to be bill of complaint tiled herein against AUCTION SPECIALISTSFlorida tract( taken for the erection of any kind of a building '
c of South Carolina who was an uncle let me sell the rest of the globes. Hf you In tbe above entitled cause on or beforethe

i'. of Brooks. This was In May, 1856.; : was amused but put me on his payroll Tbe Bed Voluala day of County February.k oord loot: Is hereby, desIgnated Oranges, Grapefruit, Tangerines, Pineapples, ELAND FLORIDA., -
Tbe Massachusetts senator bad said In and gave me a mileage book and I ; .
a* the newspaper in which this order ,
before that Senator started out to myself a sales Daily Sales at Auction. Remittances Day After Sales -
; a speech the day prove ; shall be published onoe a week lor four '
-, .
Butler showed an incapacity for accuracy man. consecutive weeka. I ". 1
In stating the constitution Three weeks It took to sell all Witness my band and seal of office Ibis' FLORIDA REPRBSBNTATIVU: : 335 West Street -
whether. me my -
also 2Glh day of December 1901.SA."t'L. W H. Spring and f. O. $ebrlng' I V ; :
or In stating the law. He lanterns-to contractor., to railroad NEW

,, .said, 'Ue cannot open his mouth but and to gas and water.companies. ..Th Clerk Circuit Court Volusi D. !JORDAN.JOllot,. Flu.Landds I JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA I 1I "V1"Elastic" : : :& \ .

out there HJiis! a blunder." The excitement profits were, so good..th.at! .we.jidded aontractors' A'Fish, Solicitors: Com plalnant f s :
: over this affair was not confinedJo : red lantern to our regular ;

Massachusetts and this country but line,, and no one ever questioned Notice of Citation.In ,
extended across the sea, particularly to title:! to a salesman's territory.; -D!. N. !
Volusla FlorIda., J ,
County Court County.
Massachusetts stunned G. In System.
0 Englnud. was ,
By tbe County Judge of salu County t
horror. Even Wendell Fhllltps
fvitb i
Whereas, D. F. Morrison- has applied to
and William Lloyd Garrison.. were Hat Raising In Germany. this Court for Letters of Administration ,.-J
', *roused to anger. ,. Tile etiquette of hat raising in Germany oa the Kutnte of Jake Lofton, decenacl, late 9t"), : r.ick \ DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHINES secured by the wide

'L In the meantime Mr. B rooks,:'was In one of those things which aiojr ,of said County of Volusia. hanger and-ltea Vy type bar.: <--..>...r.COMPLETE."VISIBLE"WRITINC' -,

awaiting a challenge from. souie...one. betray the foreigner into unlutenll9nul I all These and slugfular are therefore the kindred cite and and admonish creditors Bookcase ,

Senator Wilson, Sumner's colleague /rudeness through sheer Ignorance;, A 01 said deceased to be and appear before N -

and later vice president of the United corL'e ondent knows of a German thIs Court; on ;or before.the 13th day of J..n- I and Desk combined.
r States, made a speech in which he said lady who was puzzled and hurt. because I nary, A. I). 1908 end tile objections\ K INTRCHG ABLE. CARRIAGES. << w!
the attack upon Mr. Sumner was "barjmrous any they have to the greeting letter as Pcrmitsasmuchcreilitlle t..JoR ,' J(1AItP IIR
some Englishmen whom she.had aforesaid, otherwise the aam will be /granted -: .. ,, WRITING XT5fACHMEJT
and ruffianly. Mr. Brooks was space as wanted. INDICATOR T\VO-dOLOR RIBBON '
p x- met before did not raise their hats to aa prayed. : ? J
prompt to send ,blur a challenge for her In the street anttt the explanation I Witness my name as County Judge of Comprises Desk'IJnlt with : & PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT: .1,

i4 ;jnslng tliase words., Senator Wilson I came that she expected: tbllm. to do It the County aforesaid this 17ih day ol Deo- few desired.or many Roomy Book conven-UrJIs: as ,,. em I J'' fd 'J .. :VER, ,O ..D/ii'I/: l"1 IIL.r.El'ertother ,

-' ;was opposed to 'fle. ,code" pudcmiUeJt'i. : of..thelrown ac otd..by.! tbeJ Germab comber 1901. lent Call and '' '
(Seal) J. LEE McCBORY, ,attractive. see typewriter than the Fox has sores: otihesc/eaturea: ,
fluently declined the-fhnlteugs. flak rule Instead of Waitingfor her to je.- County Judge. ( H or write for catalogue 105 ALL The Fox stands alone as a mechanical mar.
!1i sent word to bis challenger, however 'ognize them first by the English. F/ALLEN' & CO. typewriter building.
.- that he was ready to defend himself These differences of national etiquetteare Notice to NonResidentIn I ; J U the mechanical excellence!) of;, a 'typewriter! that proves Its
:.whenever!assailed ,But some one bud ,great pitfalls) A converse ease AGENTS 14I. and enable it to "stand opu zt does the Fox year In and year '

to come to the front for the sake' of tbe was that of an Englishman staying In of DEuANU. all kinds ot strain -
the Circuit Court the Seventh Judicial PiA."I
,4 ,tote that honored Sumner. Ansoutturlingam a German town who accompanied his Circuit of 'Iorlda. in and for t ..tatemeEdmIktng general>claims prove nothingi,I

*' was the. man.' Ho wim-aft. lost's wife to concert:.'. Walking Voluala County. J the Fox: by a comparison in your office. at our expense.1' .

'erwardc'nsnearly everyone knows home"he gave her-tbe Inside of the U B. Van Daman Company for bn lful,4i a'Jrr! j sHr d, ., ,
.th* American minister to China and pavement, according to English man a corporation organized AoJexistIng .
ga. {the'author of the agreement known a. ners, but the host who happenedj: to under the law of) I. I OWEN I ANY
the BUM of Florid, JX W f; pMP
I? Burllngame treaty.,.He was at the see t tbls_wall rendere4 ,painfully sue. *' I I

Ak time af Ute attack,upon Sumne* a'rep. lclpus by thill,unfaJDl1law -attgntlon.- A. H. BylandT .-.r. Zack-Street TAMPA FLA. .

: resentatlve In congress from Massachusetts. London Chronicle. To A. H. Ryland, aDd .All Whom it May r- ,,
z J'.: .' He made a speech in which Concern i Now,is. thq time. tQ,orderSimonRure. I I : ] T
< You are hei notified that a unit
,be said that Brooks ,entered the senate by .' :
80010ty)0"e) Cinalnnatl. garnishment been instituted by (.1. U : I

i ': i chamber,nrioMIaUckrotber: and' smote! AbeL Sumner: ''MI".as Brooks Cain a n The order Society 'ot.Che( Cincinnati was the Van law Deman, of Florida Company, against, a corporation you in the under& Ir-' 'No. 1 1for :: .
eBtoJityiijled) by the officers
i t, :. [\"ought come explanation, concerning' outt Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -F'
parts Of Burllngame's speech but the of tbe.It.youtLtniiry: !! army In 1783 to I of Florida, In and for Voluala county, Sit. r ., A. : :
erpetnatettutlr\ fJleiuJshlp and to that S. V. Hough and B. U. Bond I. copartner '
,Massachusetts man laid he would allow raise funds. Toothv.. relief<"ofhe wldws doing buunes a* Hough A. Bond,have your grove and be sure'of a large crop next ,
his remark to< Interpret themselves been garnisheed In said
by plaintiff cause
4 ,!,and Mr., Brooks sent bun ,{ and ornh'ns ot\tbose rtfeo bad. You and ell other persona Interested In kaldoauae winter.' 'All the'b:sstj groves use SIMON PURE ;i
note fallen > .during\ tbe-'war". It- 'as so are required to appear to said acUon themselves ,
& very polite notblcll) real FEwrILIZERS'and theySnowfor 'fIJ
c ( awed/ ,iecasee, It tnaludedatrlots on or before the 2d day of March A. D.l | : : .
,' !,t.,.j lj us- ;.fallows, headed. bj;V .Washington, "bqtweeu 0t; otherwise Judgment will be readereJagainst .. .- .. ,' 'se ,. :

.' "" aloate 8lr-rTouiWlll. ."r'. place do outside me the of Idndnee this Districtwher to Int whom and the old Roman rfarmargenernl. (Seal).you by default.1 SAM'L .D.' .r"rt'.1;:. I E."O. .PiiinterFertilzer.! Co.,.J ck <>nvl"e'* I : i.aii4 1

It will convenient fur you to n4 .. .Clnfllnntws.'Jocfe/'Sjet: sup. Clerk of t I'By .. -. .
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,: ""II""" .otlat* In reference to ,.the difference be- Pase4tob.. ....nrt.mblaBj RP./ .' HAMLIN, I). O.
w nu*. .- KAY DoaaKTi1 & SMITH, Flai.
ie % for Plaintiff.PATENTS. T. 'E.- ARNpLp'AentoeLand, :
:,:? 'V\ On tb s same day Mr.:Burllngame an- ._ ,. .Preeeni T.. I0"""*.., J Attorney : Ii

1-<'" Wfroa .. follows: ".All. pretty ludy," said th* fortnn* -

4 I '.' ,,*,' : Sir-Tour not oC this date w** p1.o4y toiler,."you wish to be told about yotw -
'!. 'to mr hand by Oeneral Lane this after- future husband?" obtain B. Sod foregn -
; "'" */ noon. In reply, t ha to say Iwill, b* at ."!Sot, .
rauc.by; .,epled| Mrs. Galley.,
: ".jf L, tlie'fllfiore. Housed; Canada side of Nl.. "I've MALSBY'S .MACHINERY
.' come to> (earp, where m/l>reaantosband11 '
'",; srIsI1a.etuvdnext; at 10 a. m. t* ,
\.4"4'n'.IItI..t". "- In'referonoe to any " *no*> bel'jn ,U." ,which. In yon i Judo 4! hlbl.,Press.: j 'I-I :.' ,
3".: _nt, mar: require .aettLemmt" .ouUld, of .' ., aa/Ocean _
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,; :,% :TlitJ' ''txpoOted duel-wasaother' ,that IAIwPo'ic II _

,'\ ?did not ,uAterl ..II *.. I .wus, prevented CASTORIA'o : : _
'lIl1e tuefiiiM, The minions of the itjr,_ Parta Mdt8tatin
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:, Ini.uKU tad CHUm. r '' >nd Boilers, Haw Mill,.Wood.rig
got lit thai work, andh. genhe. _
J : Machinery Urd- Supplies.
; \ Ii pitudarhei 'ioada. -DOt, 1'1 l1lld Yoa Il i : $ : plet* live carriedJa stockr '

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