The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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[ :XXIII DE LAND. VOLUSIA CO., FLA., FRIDAY MAY 14, 1909. NUMBER 34professional

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- .. I .cMen; -; ;;:;;. .-_- 1 +-+-. -+-+-+ the Fine Arfs at Stetson University.On counties They do Ims ......,::a '-a '..::II!
Cards.r I COMMON SENSE I 1 1 . . . .1 be money they' wake out of it, : I ;;; :::1;;;;;;;;::=........,.,,;;;;""$' .

Saturday May 20ih. 1000 the art
Leads most I ) people to UM only t niiilnrll to strike a blow at "
bere to 'W1or btp 1
department of Stetson University 0.,-
mot/dines There- by proving that it does not
AlttW W. PEUKtNS: of known composition. o4 Women "Much In Print Land, Fin will close a moat successful They to the dry oonntles In
I thai Dr. Plerce's medicines the point .
tore It Is : : !! ; : session with exhibition of "" ''''''c-.Ctf: !! .cc:
: makernto/ wAlch print every Ingredient an pupil- blind tigers are most .e:: _.C' _. ................
work of tbe The exhibition will
year. evidence of the fntilitv of
them the bottle
rroRNEY and COXTNSELOR-AT- enterlngKUo upon wrappers
LAW and attWl lucorrectnets under oath, be held in the library building and an and often allege that after a : Baptist Chnrch.
The I address on art will be given by ritory has voted dry more liquor D. 3. BUXJKKK, Pastor.
I are dally growing In favor. comI presi-I
' -I"" DY Two Statesmen Named Perkins The Leaders of Opposite Fac dent Halley at 2:80: p. m The therein than One
:r!nd, Florida. position ot [Plerce's medicines Is opento t previously on Sunday will bean follows:
: In State and Federal everybody r. Plerca being_deilrous Who Disagree With Mr. Roosevelt. lions In SocIety Suffragette and cordially During the to come. closing there fellows made such an allegation School. .. . .. . < .10 .. w.
i just
of hrtvfnrthcsrhA1ithtoflvjg.tJr1turned [ l 11' year Orlan<1o. and on being Service .... . ... .11 .. in.
and bas
CourtnVKWAHT the Senator from California Anti-suffragette. Mrs. Clarence been a decided awakening of In.
that ho
, full> upon h\t\ formulue_ being witness acknowledged Y. P.U. .880p.m.
eonlkli" nt that tlm bettor the cpmuosmoiibl \the New York(Congressman. Mackay and Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish. terest Stetson.in the The department session of fine with arts at know. what he was tailing nbont.If P. U.. .. . . .. .6:80p.: m.
& ELY tin'--oTmcdklni- known the morg' brilllftut opened a it be true, a* claimed by Service . . ..7.80: p. m
yill M'lr g eat ciTrTTlve merlta bprCLOff- I 1 . e . reception given by the department key men that when a town or are cordially. invited
nUi'cl Eolng wholly made ol he act 1'1\' _. . . : . . > to the president and faculty of the "goes dry" more liquor Is
. rORNEYS-AT-LAW. medicinal principles extracted from native university the students of the department than previously otber words -

forest roots, by exact processes of fine arts and the Woman's Clnb hibition increases the sale o Christian Church
dentit "I Bank Bnlldlng, DELAND original with Dr. Pierce, and without the THERE are two I will take a band and sentence you to of DeLand. they anflert. then they are ptMinly School..10:00: a. in.
ranonoffl over Poutofflce.DAYTONA alcohol teimen three ;years at bard labor." President Hnlley's talk on art. songs
nso of a drop of trlple-reflned and ing against their own financial and Preaching. .11:00 a. m.
--- -- ,--- chemically pure glycerine being used Instead named Perkins by a quartette from the University Glee when they oppose prohibition. Service..4 p. in.

tr!* D.iundl8! RPrt Fish In extracting and preaorvlng the who bnvo recently There is a strange rivalry between 'Inb, and solos by Miss Brewer, Mrs. la the next place, onr Endeavor .. .. 0:45 p. in.

; Ma LAND FISH: curative virtues residing In the roots I been In controversy those two leaders of fashionable society Rosa and Mr Cotton made a dellvhrfnl wh ekey friends argue that -
1 employed thoso medicine. are entirely with President Mrs. program otlisr drv counties have no
wcmanYTOIWJKYS Clarence Mackay and Mrs. !! Iliirnaiiiia Episcopal: tliarch.:
free from the objection of doing harm For several reasons, interest In art Dnval than Duval
to vote
COUNSELORP- Roosevelt from dry
and one Stuyvesant Pish. The first wishes to I Rector.
In the has of CAMPBELL GRAY
for either al- university Increased one
by creating an appotlte tyri vote them wet. We submit
., ( AT-LAW, cohollo beverages or habit forming California the lead the fair members of tbe Four which being the public conconrs or ex U'l".r. men are doing their boat Eucharist ... . . .. 7 a. m.
. I 4'OAT -Florida drugs. Exatnlno, the formula on their from New York Hundred Into the camp of the suffragettes hibittcna held at the close of each term O. Sato. wet-that in. they | Prayer and Litany.. 9 a. m.

' swtunqnp 'cu'Lnd i federal bottle wrappers-tlio same as iworn to by state. It Is often as women who advocate the when tbe best work onlv. of pupils shipping liquor Into It with School . 9:30a: ra.
. 111 Practice In State anil Dr. Pierce and you will find that his noted that Sir. political equality of the sexes are done during the term, was hung. ThisIs lon; of making It piuutically and Holy Eucharist with

!f's'! "*."- Courts.for examining and Qoldon Medical Discovery," the greet Roosevelt sometimes known. Mrs. Fish, on the other band the practice of the leading art schoolsIn him DeSoto's only defense Is .10.30 a. tn.

Special= facilities titles blood-purlHcr stomach tonic and bowel compliments people champions tbe views of tbe antl'suffraggluta. New York and elsewhere and< proves lIquor* ont of Duval and also ont

rfectlnir land regulator-the mo recimi%mended. to cure consumption In Its his. Dollcles or views. have been not only an inspiration While claiming that blind
.'1..: MOORORY, advanced stages(no inodlclnowlll do that) J. B. PERKINS. lIe It society called the National League 10 the students In the department, ranch worse than the open M. J. CURLEY, Pastor.
doe not take
For the Civic Education of Women
yet does cure all those eatarrhal conditions I but to the town Itself, as many friends liquor dealers do all they can to Ma.. 6:30 a. ui.
'. \ of head and throat weak stomach, eta a ground for unfriendliness that a and it is doing all It can to combat the attended, showing in this way their age blind titters In dry counties Mass and Sermon .. . .10 a. m.
i"ATTOnNF.Y-AT-t.AW. torpid liver and bronchial troubles weak man crltlelHes his public actions. This arguments made by those who favor sympathy and appreciation. Not only do they thus School..11:15 a. in.

}, 0:.*&Sg IUll1l9 and hang-on-coughs, which, If ncg was Illustrated recently In the case of giving women the right to vote and Exhibitions have been held in the aid others to violate tbe local Service .. . .. ..7:80 p. in.

/.',JDeI..and, Florida.M lected finally terminate or badly treated In consumption.load up to and Representative James Breck Perkinsof bold office. It remains to be seen spacious studio which is not ouly inviting laws which they profess to

Rochester. Mr. Perkins was the I whether the smart set will follow the mill especially constructed for It Is
: I ------- Take tho "Uoldon Medical Discovery th: do even worse. an Presbyterian Church:
I B. Wtiht. S. B. Wrlghl. Jr. (n time and It Is not likely to disappointyou author of the resolution censuring the work bnt lends itself admirably to exhibitions fact that in every municipal BENJ. B. KNAPP Panror.

- ""\WRIOHT & WRIGHT If only you 'give It a thorough and president for the reference in his message and receptions. Tampa and Jacksonville, they School .. . . ..0:411: ". ni.
Studies at the annual exhibition will
trial. Don miracles. Itwon't
; t expect
' In their efforts to secure the
to secret service matters. Mr. 11
Service a. in.
.1 I do lupornntural things. You must be the various mediums of black and
Perkins though In general an admirer officials who will permit them S C. E. : .) p. In.
- 'ATTORNEYi-A'N.A: exorclxo your piitlcnco and persevere In Its white water color oil, china and saloons
their Sundays
' NOTAHIK8 POBMC use for a "'II""nn1.lo: length of time to get and supporter of the chief executive tapestry; painting.> : open on
SS1 other violate the lawn of
.' .' Its full benefits. Tho Ingredients of whichDr. of the nation, took exception to what Most of ton work has been from ways
First :M. E. Church
211:41 Telegraph Office Pierre's medicines are composed have I and the state. They even try to
I -'.: tho imnuall'led' endorsement of scores of he considered an attack by the president nature and still life and shows steady sheriff supposed be favorable WM. J. RARENESS Ph.D., Pantor.
.. AND, r FLORIDA. medical loaders-bolter than any amount on the privileges and dignity of II progress built upon underlying. principles wishes for Sunday selling. 8 41
School. : a. m.
, of lay, or non-profosslonal testimonials. be The work in pictorial compo
the house. Not long afterward was Claiming to respect and obey

j( : BENNETT; They mnntrd are with not but given nrn sold awny by to nil ba dealers experl-ill seen to enter the White House and sition in and stencils design for, for curtains practical, book application covers. they are ever vigilant for meeting Service..I. . . .. .6:4jp.1D.1 :::00 a. m.
; ; confer with Its chief occupant to: evade or break them when
-r %& medicines at reasonable price friends and strangers are cordially
) posters, etc, insures interest and points
"1 did not ," said be afterward to; be. made thereby. They .
- ATTORNEY.AT.LAWWe'on suppose ont some of the practical sides of the fore lawless! at heart and their
{ ,' "tbnt such a meeting was of stndy of Hrt.Besides .
-- ----- ---- ---- deserves consideration
) 'r ::1< sufficient Importance to justify extensive the work of students reicls- no .. Episcopal Church. Sontli.
The Daughter of the Confederacywill abiding people.
first floor of Bank BiiPdlnff.. publicity. However the Interview toned especially! for art, there will be in Finally, wherever a gambling U. S. TABOR, Pastor.

: "f'DELAND Practice In ,State FLORIDA and Federal hold thflr regular meeting at the wax an agreeable one. I have a the May exhibition examples by poplin.. Found. In nine cases oat of ten School.. . . . .10 a in.

111'I Caurts. home of :Mrs J. L. McCrorv, Tuesday high regard for the president, and I lu the normal and model schools, showing nected with a bar room. . . . .11 a. ui.
-: don't believe he thinks 111 of me. I work in drawing for public school too, a bar-room Is found \ League.645p: m.
May 18th. at 3:80 p. m application; designing, free hand and house. of wicked 7 .
wished to see him on some matters adjunct a MeetlrgWedneaday( ). p. us.p. .
: ALEXANDER, working drawings for manual trainingclase. .
connected with tbe military bill. Mr. the saloon man in robbing men
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:.y..;,' !' Cannon did me tbe honor of selecting I An art collection Is Invaluable to money For theae and morals and otber reasons Meeting of State Horticul-

. ", ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, me na chairman of the house committee every institution of learning and I hiM merons to mention." the people

\ '.'Cilice of the whole on the military bill the purpose of Stetson University to retain exactly right next year when I. tural Society.
?., -, Dank Biitldlg which occupied me nearly a week. a piece of work from each art student to expel tbs liquor traffic from. twentv-secon'l Htinnal meeting of
i.'M. *_ Oek,..ud, Florida. The president was Interested In some to form a nucleus from which and the whiskey men will State Horticultural Society

:rlU I"raetlce in State and Federal matters that were being considered In shall grow a permanent collection of themselves to blame for the \ at Daytona on May! 18, 19

,__ Courth_____ that bill." value and help not only to this nniveralty effect may be to add two The meetings ot the society
but to the state. state tax rate, but the Herald been growing in Importance anti

j RAN' ELY ((Senator George C. Perkins of California The director of tbe department of is willing to pay U.-Pnnta from year to year, and the
tt''Cj I f iforney-at-Law Notary Public who was so severely criticised iir field, bachelor of arts of the Woman's S. S_ -' to this rule
, 'I(I by President Roosevelt for his attitude College of Richmond Virginia. Miss railroads have granted to the

':jecLpil\ attention\ given Real Estate, on proposed auUnlapiinese. leclaUitkra Whitflvld was a student of art at the A Flue Family Medicine.Every a rate of one fare plus 25o.: for

*'- V.Law and Conveyancing. was originally appointed to hIs present Maryland Institute, .school of art and family needs pleasant trip, cud the hotels are mak
.... post by the governor of the stateto design, in Baltimore; The Art Students' good liver medicine. There is. rate of from *1 to $2. The people
I" I succeed the late Leland Stanford. League of New York; The New York dy known that is better than St ale preparing to entertain
l ice' over Volusla County Bank.eLand.'v School of Art; the latter in Paris. For Liver Regulator for this with a steamer ride on the
That In 1893. The people of the AND MBS. OLAB- I
II was KXS. STOTVBSAirr Flea .
been In for
Florida In BNOB HAOKAX. three years Miss Whittield was directorof use thirty years, Halifax river and also to give
. state tuve kept him continuously the art department of tbe WomanV dorsed by thousands of automobile rides through the
I the senate since. Ilia life reads almost lead of Mr. Mackay or of Mrs. Fish. College of Richmond Va. She is an I greatest of all family medicines avenues surrounding tile city.

:'OLTJSA COUNTY ABSTRACT, "She can look out,but can't look In" like a romance. He was born in Both have strong followlngs In the enthnamsiits young woman, thoroughly lieves biliousness. constipation lrlell the attractions that the Day
INVESTMENT and TITLE INSUR.NCB you Kenuolm report. Me., Aug. 23. 1839 world of fashion, and each Is a very in love with art and Stetsons art department tion etc, and thus people can give, the members can .

, J.OMPAN YNSOC 2-/Lrdor MA5I and when twelve years old concealed able and accomplished woman. Mrs Is expected to grow under her health. It is made. in both all pleasures that a beautiful

: himself aboard a vessel called the Mackay helped along the work of the liquid form. Druggists! and can furnish, where both fishing
I 1\1.i'f\ _;. Titles Insuredbstracis 'Alga,.. Golden Eagle bound for New Orleans. suffragists recently by opening her elegant care.For next year it is propoied to offer dealers! sell it, liquid 50 cents ; bathing can be enjoyed between
furnished and titles perfect- similar courses-term exhibitions and powders, in tin boxes, 25 .
PORCH SHADES His was not discovered until mansion for a talk on political
I. Plats and Blue Prints Sup- presence several talks by the director of the department five boxes for a dollar interested In Florida can
.. tbe vessel was at sea and he then became equality by the Rev. Anna Shaw one .j"2. person
of related s's
.Ied. art or Rome subject.In B member by remitting, #1 to the
Opposite Voluslu County Bank. We ate exclusive agents at DeLand one of the crew. For the nextOBOBOB of the best known of the woman'srights college credits, beginning with the Floridians Entertained at which will entitle them to- a

BLAND FLORIDA for these Porch Shades. Just the thing leaders. Mrs. Flub who has session of 1000-10, art will be count d of membership anti a copy of
for your verandas during the hot sum I been aiding the anti-suffragists' cause one point no that stndents deelrinK. this The Florida orange. growers when published Send

a'U.'A.: DAVIS, mer sun. Call at our store and wltb tongue and pen said recently: work may feel that they are adding to a meeting of the directors. of E 0 Painter, secretary. Jackson
) examine. "Nature asserts Itself and Interposes tbe sum of points necessary for a degree. fornia Fruit Growers' and be sure to send it at leant. three
-" an absolute veto on the equality of the The members of the Art Department morning mind were .. before the first day of the meeting.
;' Women simply 'weren't built thin year are: Mluses Lee Bowers Ann lunch by the members of the S. ,

,' DELAND FLORIDA. -- --- .- ----. -.-- sexes Christian, Ruth Daniels. Norma Gl..>-8. ganization.A .
of the
Offloa at residence. Indiana avenue, that way. Why don't some Harriet Hnllev Lonlae Hulley. Olive consultation of Floridians to Use the Telephone.

. ,Court House.Offloa O. B7WE1BS"rERCONTRACTOR' wealthy and talented women of our' Locklear. Eva Nuhm, Frano Trough daring the afternoon in the in ten

Hours: II to 19. 9 to 4. and 7 to 8. and BUILDERMy city who talk so much about woman I Frances Tarver, Leone Wright Chris room of the chamber of how about to one properly person use every the tele.

rights hire women as butlers, cooks tine Wldemnn Elizabeth Coon, Unit when it was decided to accept '," said President\ JJroreln, of the
valets, useful men coachmen footmen Miller Martha Bunting, Aimee Mann tation of the California Fruit
\B3.: VIDA Z. BAERECEE, M. D. Specialty la to visit orchards company "Yes, sir'; I'll stand by
and so on. to the end of the and others exchange
ertioD. and I think
*,JMPPHYSICIAN- chapter And having done so, would In the Normal Department Art class Azusa Covina Olendora point. Nine out of
STONE SIDEWALKS( chards in the neighborhood of prove may
,: and SURGEON they pay them men's wagesT" are: Misses Jenuie Blackiston Cora ten persons talk entirely too loud
will be inspected and the
Davis Catherine Faint. Martha King.
...::1' Mrs. Fish is the wife of a man supposed in Riverside tomorrow the telephone. They actually
OMu East New York Avenue W. C. CANNONS to be worth about $23,000OOO Marie Riley Httz-1 1 Wood. EilnnBlome, stay Friday. -and make so much noise that
ROMe DIckiiiHon, Mamie Anderson. Genevieve -
ELAND. FLORIDA of her drown all semblance! of clearness.
1JIrA\ but she has earned a reputation Arrangements for their
Annie Lee Dinnlni Annie -
Murphy \
Feed' and Sale Stables -'V they: can't be beard and the first
Livery, own a. a woman of marked Individuality Smith. Ethel Hair Llacher Fletcher beyond Friday have not been
know there Is complaint
RJAB. 'dUNSON.ld a
Mrs. Mackay' according to Dr F. W. Inmaa you
) Fine Fashionable Turnouts and Independence. Mr. D. E. Childera Mr O. M. Bro- connection and faulty serv (
the Florida the poor .
for men.
husband is probably even wealth- kaw.
, __ ____ The correct to talk over the
way .
Bus meets all trains at A. C. L. )t,ppot> Flub and she devotes herself mar remain in Riverside until
PHYSICIAN. than Mr. ,
HOMEOPATHIC ier do in ordi
is talk
Hack. meet morning and afternoon F. E A Farewell. or Toe day-oi"nezt week. to as yon
..:.,r.1> U. Ry trains at Orange CIty, and night to philanthropic enterprises and The condition of the and conversation, or even a trifle lower.
(Bee Second Door South of Flshrr's trains at UeLand Ju..ctlon. U. 8 Mal la beautiful and fascinating.The alt is with a lingering sadness that I ping facilities near Riverside crop I don't aeem to realize that the
. !,,i .i Drug Store. both routes. Hacks meet I.tlltt Beresford must say farewell to the beantlfnl little the with I will carry a whisper even.
'rno .HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 too Gentle horse and oaretul drivers.! and diplomat city of DeLttud. Seven yearn my home veatigated by the party, and a try it yourself. Try the low. well-
Improving packing
f.- and 7 to 8 p. m. Phone 3. DeLand, Fla. distinguished lawyer baa been here, and those seven years of Florida. Los voice, and see If yon do not
..(.btand Florida. Joseph Choate, was Introduced at bave been the happiest of my life. for it plants Angeles bettor service out of your
the dinner In New York to Count von is here that my children have bad their C in the future.-Tampa Trib

)BUW. S. TAYLOR CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR Bernstorff the German ambassador education, in this .splendid university.
0. PLW5. as "our first citizen." He was ambassador No mother was ever happier or prouder PEOPLE WE KNOW. --
::;- SlUE ON EASY TERMS I when I visited Stetson University
four years the future senator followed at the court of St. James when than
r .: $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE a sailors life, and landing then at SaD the count represented Germany In pnd realized that my fonr beloved children UeLand- Cause of Many
were receiving their edac..tontbere. \ They People,
Brick Block
Fleher'.NeW Francisco be again became a landsman England. The witty lawyer referred
But Peach Section In 'ha Stats in his remarks to Dear old Stetson! How sad 'itrnakts They Say I Is of Local 1 Sudden Deaths. "
In miner
; Second Floor! ,working variousplaces as me to know I can never have the
incident like
'. .. S. A. BAKER, Seville, Fla. and also teamster Going to Orovllle, '.- his pleasant relations these happiest of days back again. My curs When rl:nt an here at home It l III is a disease prevailing in this
taad he entered a store as porter then became with the count church here also has. been uiv happiest ry wi Igbt! with our readers moat dangerous- because so decep-
'" a clerk and finally rose to the and mentioned the church home While clone confinement strange oceunencea go the 'IJ'' ,) tive. Manyeadden

position of part proprietor. His business fact that the embassy In business bus prevented uia from do- press: are published us facts, ). deaths are caused
DE LAND REALTY CO. come skeptical On one subject i by it-heart disease -
of this lag tbe church work which heart
flourished and In time became country my
rbla Is
In rapidly disappearing > pneumonia,
R JOHN REEVE has yearned to do, still I have bad
'. | worth half a million a year. Mean- bad no permanent 'dual experience of IUP citizens heart failure or
and there
much happiness enjoyment ,
home In London. puhlio uueianoea regarding.
while Mr. Perklni 'was Interested InmanJ' < apoplexy are often
I FURISHED and which will ever be sweet in my doubter must doubt no more In
"I had been In .
the result of kidney
outside ventures. Including mining t I
FLA. memory. such evidence a* tbl Tbe
. IDE LAND, FLATS.FOR lumbering and sheep and cattle London only a short There have been many dark clouds in nicnlffa rep itulile citizen living \ I [I disease. If

ranches. With others be established 11 m e." he said, my sky, but the sun has .shone through home one whom you oun we I i kidney trouble is
1 allowed advance
the Bank of Butte and encountered the 4'when Count von them and the beantif silver lining bas leaves no ground for the skeptic r \ :: to

THE SUMnER trials that afflicted so many businessmen --- Bernstorff came to many times been visible and I can say I nu.I J.. n. Turaer.Rlob avenue ).. ,. 4'_ ed thekiclney-polson-blood will at
In the following the war. Join the German em- that I nm thankful for them both. "I found Doan's Kidney
years I. ) : the vital causing catarrh of
H. VOORHIS JOSEPH OHOAT bag8T tnere The re- I wish here to extend my hearttelt benellulal aunt, take pleasure
CHEAP very
I In 1ST2 he settled In San Francisco I : bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
I thanks to the president> of Stetson University them. They corrrotwl
lations between our embassy and that mending\
member of small firm bead ache back ache lame
a urine
r. becoming a for all kindness shown me and quent) PII.XIIKH of tbe kldaev ... ; .
Dentist since to be the Pacific of the German people were most pleasant sleeplessness, nervous
that bas grown my beloved children and also to express Us r. rao\e'Hhe aches nnd dizz'nel81
T. E. ARNOLD. MANAGER Coast Steamship company, possessinga throughout my entire stay In Eng. my sincere thanks to ull the ladies uiv back and l Inln8. I know ) I themselves break
; O. Block, DeLand, Fla. a of steamers which ply from land. We learned many things from wbo have so kindly given me their Pllla are a rellible" remedy lor and waste .away cell by' celL ,

.. the Germans but therewa. one thing and kidney trouble. troubles almost always result
' nrs:8.8Otoiand1.8OtO4kkA11j:44 -- -- -- Alaska to Mexico.Mr. patronage thus aiding me to support For nale by all dearers Price of the kidneys and
a derangement
Perkins bas always been a that we learned, but have never prac. my little family. Poster.Mllburn Co.. lludalo, N. health in that is obtained
I Insure with us strong Republican and first voted for ticed. They have a home of their own My friends yon whom I have loved "g.nl. for tbe United Stales. by a treatment organ of the kid-
and been with and from Remember tbe name-Doan's proper
at the court of St. James.
President Lincoln. In 1869 he was Swamp-Root corrects inability
: No"; Is the time.
meet other.
I no
SO YEARS whom so reluctantly separate
"Our position In this respect was
elected to the state senate of California the urine and scalding pain in passing it,
EXPERIENCE me if never on earth again, in Krea'beyond. U'-
Spot cash for losses. from Butte county and returnedIn aptly; described by a London paper as where there are no heart aches, overcomes that unpleasant necessity

1873 to fiU. part of a term. He reee.tred follows: A "bobby" In his rounds one no tears and no partings. Farewell, a Attention, Woodmen.Woodmen compelled to> go often through

(lJ should be protected.R the: :Republican nomination for night found a man wandering from word that bath been and most be; a take notice Ibat day,and to get up many times during
; The mild and immediate effect
governor of bis adopted state In 1870 bout to house and touched him on word that makes ns linger, yet farewell. .Tune 6tb. Is Woodmen night.

you' Insured tQrery end was elected over three other can the arm and said respectfully' ," 'You MRS._ F.! L. MOFFATT. All Sovereigns are requested Sc realized.- ,the It stands great kidney tile highest remedy be-;

did"t... bad best go borne, my man. "Home! I. the hall. at 2 p. m, on Above of its remarkable health. restoring
-TMDi: Maiis company reliable. Senator PerkmV"teIls"Y. 'story of a Homer replied the wanderer. 'I haveno Should Blame Only Themselves. march, to the cemetery In a .... A trial will convince anyone.

,,yTT',' DCelelNe, When does policy expire ? scene In a'courtroom on the coast home. I am tbe Am.ntcanambae' While it Is true that the prohibition decorate graves of deceased: & is pleasant to take and I.

_ _din,a ikMoh Oo.vuerr.end !:: your. where a man arrested for' robbery sadorThe business of representatives mpHiun. should not be opened beforethe All who can, bring dowers. by air druggists in fifty-cent: and

.?r4i..our oplnloM, .fr.. ..r"ber mm In force ? vehemently asserted his Innocence, of this country at the court of St. middle of next spring, yet it may be ing especially. an they tire size bottles. Yon may; have. a
,\\C .r.r.r-m: ilbor'': '= I s Tour!: policy even after be bad been convicted bya James Is to search for a home and I Instructive, and therefore proper,' to committee: Sovereign ..' bottle and a book. tlia( tell. all

_. Old takm.* M tbraoib nar for Muno foautnjlamtmntm.XxSTnn Telephone number sixteen.: :Jury. myself: spent six weeks in this arduous show that the saloon people themselvesare sen. Dunbar Srlokton and it,both sent free by maiL Address,
in large measure. responsible for Kilmer & Co. Binghamton.'N.
without Ib.--U .trlte'me ) service of my country.; In my recollection a ; I ,
AGENCY May the Almighty dea4 the virulence of the fight being made All Woodmen are requested writing mention reading this gen
.Hnttrlcaw.elpn HON INSURANCE: the AmericatHembe'IY' bas .
_tific on this spot If I am not Innocentl" he.hOtlte4. .Ki'd'rKl: the liquor traffic next meeting. May 18 .. we offer in this paper: Don't make

I _.d ..1y.a .. moved ..veD"Ume." and where tile I I. 'uS. fir .
o ...Oft..1....._us. "--Si '.1'..od_.... U. will !find us at', The Judge waited for a minute or successor "of "Mr. ueid'.4 will go the ilm 'iluy' are In favor of local option to the advisabllltf of and don't let a dealer sell

L Co a.-......;. New Y ft two. Then be said "Well prisoner1, devil only knows and he will.not' "tillanW yet they are doing all they can to defenfIt Woodman Circle. A full something In placeefSwamp-Roo-- .

....w JI. Stetson.. ... and DeLand. M ProTldence ha* ttot. !ntrfer.4 I after Uae 4th of UaKb... by encouraging blind tigers In the dry ,earnestly! requested, "do you. wM bo disappointed.;.. r4 3,

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VOLliSIA COUNTY RECORl), iiepreA t latlv: -Ii' Thornton and! ALL OVtk! Tit Seville. boras Mlet I MaIln in Jacksonville,ija"\len tetfirhrrl last Saturday W Iter R. C. Biishnell

Alexander of Volusia .county in with oldbar --fj
alter bending a, week here I. A. ErldJonJI
dulged in a lively and exilarating( ITEMS OF INTEREST .. fcnth Varnes la visiting friends fttendsT elinour schooltaught Is a .liked.a ERICKSON & CO. 1 1t .
/A. ,
: Entered: la the Postoffloe' DeLand (la.s .. fist flight in the lobby of the :Leon THE RECORD OFFICE BY relatives In New Smyrna. by everybody of in Osteen. i- t
second oiaaa ,
twlUtver hotel 1 on Sunday. Mr. Thorn CORRESPONDENTS. are moving from this place I 18 .......... --- :
realized so far. -----
ae good prices being .........------- l'
ton called Mr. Alexander a liar .
mo. i; h B. E. PUETA.TT, Editor, '&Proprietor. from this place attended the Glenwood.The "'
tr Tel'' whereupon Mr. Alexander replied Pierson. Co. sale held in Palntka las We Wish/ fo Call )\ --' ;

.er d* with a blow. The combat- annual school plcnlo was held at

Taylor! county will vote wet or ants were soon separated. So The Lutheran folks put a a few young people from Pier. DeLeon Spring Satnrday.Mr to Our Line of
bad'eatchf' dry on July 1. wire fence around the parsonage divine services here Snn Hall and Mrs Larden left tot Your Attention
quickly were they separated that night. en route to
last week. week to visit St. Augustine

fore The bill for a reapportionment the referee, being unable to arrive W. A. Yarbrongb and wife, of '*. S. Flowers son Morris and their home in Ottawa III. Star and Richmond PianosNow

at a decision all\ bets were Bertha are visiting Mrs. Lillie Mr. Case, Mr. Byers and Miss Byers
prta9 of the state was killed by the Ie,. Ga.. are visiting his brother in New Smyrna. with friends a
li t declared off and a return of the and stopped here on display
last week. after spendingsome
legislature Alice Owens returned home week on their way borne
{ gate money i ia announced.-Apa. N. S. Llndstrom a hustling ., of this week after a ten" days time with H. J.Sprout:! at Braden Our WareroomsThey T

: Brother Mathews of the Bar- alachicola Times.It and builder of DeLand, was In friends In Emporia. town. Mr. Case and Miss Byers to Olivia go to
Warren O. Mr. Byers goes
tow Record is sending out one of Friday on business. Gee Neal of Crescent City Minn. Their friends here hope to see value for your
is hoped and believed that latter part of last week in town, represent true money.
the best weekly papers in the Depot Agent Walters and of her cousin, Mrs E. M. Wool- them back next winter." EASY payments if desired. J
State. the delegation of orange growersnow Pierson were ont antomobiling We sell them on

California will backto mado dust. CITI -'. '' .
in come They a Elsa Prevatt returned home THE NEW COUNCIL ''' '

Frank Clark will deliver an Florida with information that Mr. and Mrs. T. last after" finishing her bus!-

"oration" in Sanford July 4th. will be of invaluable benefit to Axel Erlokkon. of Barberville course. In Massey College in Jack-. Councilman Davis the fredding Officer. NEW> HOME SEWINO MACHIggS 1.

hammer instead ofa the of Florida DeLand, Saturday. '
He will use a growers; especially
J. A.
J. B. representing
Orrell Committees.The World's Best.
.-Standing The
Mrs. O. Hull and Miss
hatchet for illustration.The in the matter of picking and T. & Co. and J. F. Allen Co.. of .
erson, popular beauties of paid his firms n visit latter council held Its first l -- \
packing the fruit, for certainly were on this spot Friday. of last week., session new city with all present and It -'- ,( ''I,
Tallahassee Is Monday S--- .
at '
Y'f question financial backers there is rom for Improvement. John Bradshaw came home series of meetings being held in organized with Councilman Paris being? EDISON --p{ PHONOGRAPHS }} VICTORLargest 'tI1: 1.L
who Claude's tbe
are unanimously! elected to preside over
If Forida would exercisethe M. E. church here for 3 weeks,

Y'l f this time? It is very evident not same judgment growers in the care John after a is couple as bandy of weeke'vleit as a pocket In In to Sunday the church.night with nine addl body After as its reading president.and adopting the minutes .....__.................______......"._""___"" .......0.__._.'_,h _._ ..t")li:'

that William Sherman is one ful picking, grading and packingof Herman Pve of St. Augustine of tbe proceeding meeting the Stock '
of them. Sterling and Hart of DeLand .
announced tbe appointment
the fruit that the growers of: down Friday to visit his sister, here latter part of last and first of of president the following standing committees, ofHARNESS '1 ..

Oalifornia do the fruit would demand A. Harper. He carries week spraying groves with the the first named of each committee tbe \
E-xPresident Roosevelt and his j 8"
1 1rn utation. to help check tbe white fly peat chairman. In the County.TDIELAINIi .. :'

l son Hermit are having the timeof a much higher price in the Miss Helen Mann one of thd N. 8. Llndstrom and daughter Finance-Wooda!!. Bishop and Davis .

their life killing lions in Africa. markets and would sell so quickly faultless school teachers" whose of DeLand spent Utter part of Fire and Water-Davis. Bishop and -- .' ,

The ex-president killed five that there would be no fear ofa at Ormond, was visiting friends A.here M. Flowers with his and wife's T. J.sisters New., Woodall. Woodall and Jackson. X XXXX.. .... .... .. .... .... .
-Bishop. f
the first week. glut. This delegation will makea tip of last week.A. Wison. and Jack <<' :
Sanitary- Bishop
of their investigation toa of Pierson spent .. .. .. ..1 .isiissiiiiieiii .
report O. Harper, a prosperous Mary Cade son. I ,
Fletcher is already making a convention of store operator of Ft. McCoy, In town with her brother and Buildings-Jackson, Bielby and Wilson t
orange; growersto Mr and Mrs. J. E. Cade, attend = IN : GET
: : 1'VVHEN"
.A brilliant record in the Senate of this sunshine ,
be held at in Juneand Sunday visiting the M. E.
Tampa series of meetings Ordances-Bielby, Davis and Wilson T YOUR :MElALS: AT .:
He Is smooth citizen.W. .
the United States and is using a .
the report will be received with Marshal Kreamer was reelected with
i. J his talent in the interest of the much interest all V. Milligan a hustling finds a way as was proven last ont opposition and for night watchman DELAND
people of his state. by growers over DeerHeld. is In this beautiful night/ about nine o'clock S. H Bennett was reelected receiving i iT t A
the orange belt. lark with his sweet belle. He Mr. G. W. Ranlerson and Miss four votes to O. E. Berry' one. i '
Guard Brownlee drove np- to Hon. A. B. Landis & Fish were re-elected city attorneys T LADIES' ,ill GENTLEMEN'S)? RESTADRAN1

The trucking business of Florida The Hastings potato crop wasa cording Mulligan '. reeidence and asked that them no and the present city board of ___..___...._____.__""_____."n---"-.--"--..-"-...."_"n"".....---------.1
f be delayed in making as
/ has become an immense in- great one this season-a million Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Baker of health Messrs. O A. Dreka V. W. .
: entertained of and in tbe of the family
Egypt a party presence Gould and W. S. Taylor were retained
dustry among our people. The dollar one, and some of the growers a stunning ice creaming Saturday Prevatt and a few of the friends with Dr. Davis to continue as city y Everything new and first-class. Meals cooked
markets limitless and the noon at their agreeable home. bride and groom who had gotten r:
are made a fortune. Up at Seville of what waa taking place physician. : to order. Short orders a specialty. Fresh
Ed. Psrrott. of Powellvllle Is Tbe matter of electing a city engineerwas
returns are usually satisfactorily.The in this county from the & soon had them tied fast.
work list at Peter Pierson'a. postponed until next meeting.Mr. .
the bride's received Tables for
were objections on day.
muck lands around Lake Louise good worker, and ha tbe W oysters every
her mother being opposed but Taste was reelected without opposition
belt of the state
orange reports the growers marketed about 8,000 valve of polite manners to all. Dan Cupid strikes his mark: as shell pit superintendent. families and private meals. Week tickets, ,
sr s-: prospects of a great orange Mr. F. B. Carlile.\ the we11- may just as well give tn. Mr. Per report there was found about
Ir : crop for next season, but remem- barrels, which brought them returns woodsman for tbe Bond Is to be congratulated on $,300 on band to the credit of the = 21 meals for $5. Regular meals, 30 cents
t.c in the neighborhood: of$10- and bis model, sweet voiced .as sweet and modest a young general revenue fond and the clerk
u ber that drouths, insect pests 000. On this land and particularly nice, handsome as Mlsa Etta Brownlee as a life was Instructed to transfer from this ; Commutation tickets, S3.JO for $3.00. .
same a
and storms may come to injurethe crop ren, were visiting relatives here and their many friends fund $2,250 to the sanitary, street and s

:1. fine prospects.The of corn is now coming on, and in DeLeon Springs Snnday. and them Mrs.much Ranlerson joy and, after happiness con fire Councilmen and water scconnt.Woodall and Jackson T MEAL HOURS: 5:30: to 8:30: 1 11 l to 3, 5 to 8.M 8.e 8.

iii. the Tall another crop of potatoeswill Among tbe elegant dinlngs. Ice- left for their home near ,I
and musicals here last were appointed a committee to revise
Ings given
senate, by a large major! be grown. From these three was one given by Capt Peter and amend the general revenue ordinance :. .: '\

ty, has passed a bill prohibiting: crops the grower realizes from and his estimable wife, ana ( -a.Orange- and to especially! increase the = We also have....... .
license to be paid by carnival shows.
betting on horse racing, and the $400 to $500 per acre net per Saturday their guest evening tbe beautiful, Miss City. Mr. Jackson remarked that if bis views T NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT .

house will doubtless pass it by year. Show us another state in Bauer, of DeLand. prevail as to license for carnival shows

as large mojority over the beads this great union where lands pro The Pierson brothers, Honeet M. F. Robinson of Sanford was DeLand.there will be no more Bach shows at T;: Akos & Lena, Proprietors .

of the sporting element of that duce as much per acre in a single and Peter. have opened up a fine Tuesday. Mr. J. T. Cairns was reelected build. eFFFFFiFFFFFFeFFFFFFe.FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFkFFF.FFisKLICKER .
market in .
ern Chicago tbe
body. You don't have to to the : Bengtson is visiting her nephew Ing inspector.
year. go their palm and asparagus .. -
e Tylander, at Fort Pierce. ---" ---- "" -- -
Tbe petition from citizens asking fora
They are introducing the real
to find thousands of -
The of watermelons is Everglades: In their flower greenhouses and are already writing abont cot higher license for carnival shows was
growing: acres just as good as these Hast a market for the same to occupy another winter. received and referred to committee ap
something of industry in Florida pointed to attend this matter.In .
: an BROS
h ings and Seville lands. They are Brenner and wife left for
J. J, Beers the
Capt. wealthy
itself. Several thousand tbe matter of securing n new tank
cars northern home Wednesday 12th.
here in Volusia, Putnam and St. grower of Emporia and tower for the city water works tbe
it the estimated output of the Johns all ready to be developed.If will Turner was in this neck the Orange CUy-t Land road fir, and water committee was instructedto Nierctiant TailorsFive
Further south woods Satnrdav. Cant Beers In as good repair as it is at take the matter up, Investigate and
present season.
b drawing the rlboons over his Iron'c t. formulate plans to this end.
they are already leaving the rain water barrels and tanks (500( team" of dark flyers. There The
bridge gang of the F. E. C. R,. council start' off wording
i state in car load lots. and other receptacles around the double prettier-seater turnout on than the pike.his canopy. made some needed repairs around together all manifesting a Doors South from Fisher's Corrier
willing desire to work and act for the
premises to hold water were de- Mrs. J. A. the beet interest of the
Harper, city.
Macon Ga is enjoying an unprecedented -
Kolman has been engaged for
of and wife of Merchant a Suits for
stroyed or kept free water attractive morning noon and Suits of shades and patterns
and in or so at Enterprise in the plumb-
prosperity, here who has been off three .
on a
An for night,
kerosene poured into cess pools, outing wltb friends of hers down Appeal Help.St. new,
of the contentions of the
spite about a quart every month or so,, Garden of Eden on the east coast. and Mrs Barber of Minnesota, Mary's-on-the-Monntaln, at Sn- Suits that fit you, too, Just Suits superbly lined all through

anti-prohibitionists that drivingthe there uld be at arrived home Snnday. Mrs. H. of Mrs Wheldon, spent two wanee, Teon., was burned to the right, and through, T
saloon from a town kills it. ; wo no mosquitoes many friends while in those town last week. round( last week. For some yean tbe Suits well made at prices rightSuits that are a bargain true-
:.r inland towns uch as DeLand. Its loge who regretted to know Sisters there have done a magnificent Waiting here.
Macon has had no saloon now for was gone from them. Fenc, of the Orange City work with an industrial school and When you appear.
nearly eighteen months. a very easy matter to keep the ] made a business trip to the orphanage> for tbe poor mountain girls.
town free of this pest if this is Mrs J. D. Barber and her most seat the first of the week. 10 the fire everything was lost as it oc CONSULTATION FREE. \

.. ifnl young lady daughter, Miss new engine Is doing flue work at coned night the inmates were not ,
.kjt Jas. H. Boyle and wife the demons done. An old barrel with rain
from Barberville were visiting ; able to
works pumping station. It even secure their clothes It Is KLICKER BROTHERS
"It }, who kidknapped Willie water left in it will breed a sufficient alive, tbe tbe accomplished by Hodgkin of DeLand.. a most worthy cause, and I make this DeLand, Floirda
+ "h4 :! adyfolks, Wednesday. Tbe appeal not only I to my own people but
Whitla what they justly deserve number of to
get mosquitoes v'sitors are no common-place about the beautiful water oaks. oanyone who may be disposed to help. "' ------ ---
l at the hade of the Mercer, infest an entire neighborhood. A They are natnie's prettiest and City can show aa large and aa Second hand clothing and money will
W. T. Walters" the matchless ones as can be found in tbe be
thankfully received St.
A at Barnabaa'Rectory
u Pa. court. Boyle is sent to the few' ago'the board of
years gent, was tbe ace of hearts in and forwarded to the! anfferers.

penitentiary lifeandjthe: wife health made a war on these rain wideawake
thrifty, town.
for twenty-five years and to pay Barrels, tanks and other receptacles some time with Miss Dickin CAMPBELL, GRAY. i HomeTools
One of the prettiest events to her home in Chicago ,
one of -
15,000. about premises and lying week in this lodge In tbe R

r't around on vacant lots and as a orange groves and steady habits e of our winter visitors who re- Fine Horses. IEi
'MPs" Mr. Beard's disfranchisement nice surprise birthday Messrs. Beasley and Duckworth
result there few home early in the spring struck of i
bill, which paased the senate last very mos- he happy occasion being the 80th upon their arrival at the Stanford. Ky are At Cranor stables
in the that versary celebration of Mr. J. A.
quitoes city summer home two nice Kentucky horsesCheeter
week by a vote of 21 to 10, was per our faultless square deal King and Lexington Chief. Loversof If you have a simple ;;i
and it was a great: relief to the .it his handsome, the round good
'k9"i defeated in the house Saturday. generous year gets a fine horses are invited to call and see kit of home tools, you
people. An inspector was tenon avenue Wednesday Ma from this place for such goods hem
appointed -
What is the use for such a law, Notwithstanding his lovely that can not be had trom can save a deal
for this work. It is great
to down on the East Coast merchants. S. J
anyway? The negro has ceasedto be hoped that the city board of three weeks' outing an unusually truckers and farmers Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Chapman left last of inconvenience and
be a factor in the politics of crowd came In with well-packed growers the week for Logan 0.. tbe former home of
health will take this matter bad better seasons than pre.! ;
rJl r JIti the state. .The saloon men, how again, and see to it that no such up of which good were dainty served things and of greatly every has brought them for all of Mrs Chapman Mr. Chapman had money by making your L
we are thankful.] been in the hospital at St.Augustine fora own repairs and doing
ever, find them convenient in a vessels are permitted in town.Woman's The afternoon and evening
wet and dry election by buying .'" too rapidly. At nine the guests Greeno, who, with his wife spent month and had an operation perform'' simple construction.
ed after a most delightful two or three winters in onr ed His right thumb was taken off at
them to vote for the saloon., Club. guard program of song, string died very suddenly a few days he wrist where a 'sore had been troubling
The last until ment and graphophone mnslo.,Mr. his home in Kansas.Osteen.. him for the BEN
Iti r meeting fall of the Wo- past year or twor KUfflR
Westward, hol! The prohibition man's Club was held In the club roomson per was the recipient of some I .
useful en&e. + --
sentiment has struck the Tuesday. pre
Tonight at the public school andlorlnm
Pacific side of the Rocky Mountains. Being officers' dal many club women Hip, hip hurrah! for Sheriff Ed will be given the "National- uI .... QUALITY TOOLSare
were present to listen to the reports of of DeLand. He sure looks good
Fresno, Oal., a city of president and department presidents. princely to us. He has caught Almana Brooke visited DeLand Flower." This operetta, In which over the best for the home kit,

80,000 inhabitants, has voted the The reports from the various depart be jail breakers and landed them one hundred take part, will surely for they seldom require grinding '
raents showed mnch work accomplished In the crib in short order
J. J. Allman is visiting her everyone. Many beautiful cos
saloon out of her
domain. This, daring the year. log several scurvy-festering" sore at Lantana. tames have been prepared for the or sharpening, never get
t too in spite of the fact that Mrs. Oanlden baa made tbe club an pucker month hnnchee'tnobee occasion. out of order
efficient president one who was an- of discontent were busy dr glflll K. B. O teen spent Monday and This will be entirely different or adjustment,
Fresno is the largest city in the tiring in her efforts to promote and wbee-whacking him In the back at the county seat. from anything ever given by the public last a lifetime and are always

greatest grape and wine producing build np the club work. count of their escape. But all the Jake Allman went to DeLand school ready for kind
In presenting the gavel to the new hug gun Mulligan guards say that to visit Mr..,Moses Marsh. ---... any work.
.. country in America. Fifty- president, Mrs Osnlden made a charm- as blameless and as clean; C. R. M.:Sheppard and Master" The board of count commissioners All Keen Kutter Tools'fully/)
three saloons went down before ins little speech and Mrs Uarkness accepted and as faultless as the prophet are visiting relatives here this will hold guaranteed
it In her own gracious way. when he was sergt. major and a special session at Daytona on F
the guns of the probibitionints. The club women feel that in Mrs. door keeper in King Darius' lion the IIbt Inst. to hear complaints and fix We sell them.

Harkness they have chosen well and prison> and his achievements Alvin A. Brooke, returned Tnes toll rates to be charged by the several!
The Florida East Coast Rail under ber leadership as much will be with some of Jack Turner's Daytona where he. spent the companies who have
across the
accomplished year. klrmisblng. Ed is as cnnnlng as
-----f way-Co pushing completion Borne work for the now year was discussed 1[y, and has the nerve of Andrew !\ Marion Osteen of Miami is visit- Halifax river to the beach from that

its Key West extention: at a rapid and after announcing a direct- son and carries his weather, family of his uncle, Mr. K. B. place. Many of the citizens there ate WATTS Wt

rate,' thousands of workmen or'club meeting adjourned for until Tnevday.October.May 18th. the brave like John and S.penetrating Mosby. guerrilla as Dewey, and 1 complaining be companies: that are the exhorbltant.charges made by & MILLER CO. Dtland, Fla.l'A"A. .

I Bobbie Nicholson will leave 4SSK ,
being employed on it. The Florida '
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The weather Saturday wan' all -
Mir. for Georgia where she will
+ E. O. is- best Death A. G. Bennett.The could be desired for Ideal May The Methodist Episcopal l Sunday .
By. one of the an : the summer' school will hold \\I' :'( 91I\ '' 6:8f8" e: ........ =
when social life waked their
managed railroads in this country many friends of Mr. A. O. Bennett up here Walter Carpenter of:ShUoh Bre- Children' Day 8 C8MC X\:8Mae8aC8MC8CatfI: .
will, learn with ranch sorrow of his most enjoyable fisbfry plonlc near ; service next Sunday at 11 o'clock.. This I
., is visiting his old home and
and no material goes into it death which occurred at the home on Stone's Ideal home among the here this week I. an annual service' which to given HAYWARD
west New York Ave. Monday' morning orange groves south Pierson, ." J Ji np INSURANCE AGENCY
unless it is of the first class and to he young people of the church
by deputy sheriff Swartengreen visited they
after a short 11I_. He had been In i Booth friend. In Geneva C.'F
r 'what a glorious country it is deVelopiog poor health for many years, returning ilace and the Doughlas brothers returning on Monday ac furnishing the program as provided) by ....... .

<<,'neb, fertile, and inexhaustible to DeLand from Indiana two winter tor. Among the nice. features of by her friend Miss Qrant, he Educational 8uc1.t,. .,Toe offering Representing the leading A'mer..
for the
program day were '
for his health. can Fire
ago I 'FdnaPattfllo returned Saturday will go to the children's and for student Imsurancq
i in :natural lab dinner and all the rarest and Companies.
Under the auspice ot the Patriotic where aha the aid. A cordial among which
toothsome edibles, with lemonade, Augustine spent Is ex- !Is the .,, .
L and the day will 'come when the Order Son of America, of which, he water and Ice cream, and It U an stenographer for: Dr.. Worle,. ended to all to attend thin service ; ..

'4t ,entire East Coast/ from St. .Augustine -: was took a place member Monday the. funeral afternoon services at. 0 to state that nothing was, left OQt. Joseph Cohen and wife and Mrs .. AETNA OF HARTFORD .

'to"Key:West will teem o'clock. ROT Campbell Gray otBcta&ullr.the attending from a distance-were .the latter mother have The directors of the Beresford Celery .
inner and and teams to
supper and
here from Geneva are oo- Co. held
burial at Oakdale. a meeting at the'
farm Wednesday
.with s busy and. prosperous hem home. There was no dull the Thompson house.' With IIs'lnce -
Al. se he was generally called was all day. The cream was f.altl mornings< All the directors were .87. ..
I ulation.., It iris a great day for beloved by many friend, and warn bold served In large dishes There & Mneselwblte are making iresent except one. This*meeting DWELLINOS

Florida and thousand of her la high esteem for his kind. noble, plenty of nice tuneful mnsio. many, .Improvements In their tap for the purpose of dlvesrogs. ome plan was .....--_._.--....-.-....and...... CONTENTS........ ':! a SPECIALTY ;
people quaff&.* and genial disposition. He little tattler states that there plant Mr. Drew was 'over by which to raise the money to plant 8 .... ..----.-.-. --.-........-..,
when Henry M. .. Flagler .be. warn a eon of the late I>r. Bennett. who grinning liquor soaked Idiots on I rlan one day Ibis week. i or 10 acres of celery. They decided thai Compare our comprehensive
spending hi* millions in the j located at DeLand with hi* family wheel with brain. surcharge with I public school close Friday .'with It looked too good to lei cot and there .is an4l1beral.fonna wt.
.gan daring the early history of tbe town. grene and profanity tonguing and fish fry .on_ tbe St. .Johns no reason why there) should not be | otww
;state, making a veritable' para-1 w. we all air AJ, and to hi* .wife. ,lz slimy reptiles trying to Introduce on Saturday Miss Keown has. !good crop of celery there-. next winter s E. H ft JBCc

i.r. .'dis* of the whole Bast Coast eoIii children and. two sisters the sincere deeds noclaseffled high ,crown very general! satisfaction and hat There Is no better place for Irrigation HAYWARD : 37 S. BOULEVARD'W..N..e..nne..I..N.W ;
''f' ,sympathy of oar people I* extended la candy to the wy backs on the many. friend during:her slay InOiteeo. nywher : and the; ground li now .

r. ion. |toe loss which has com to Ih at -. I r ready tar planting. <3:<"",.AI'', ..i 'ei,

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/ v LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Souvenirs at Allen'aDrug; Stote;poet. For reliable Fire insurance see d Jbld F6f daie-Jefley cows) good milker, )II ,;,

a office block.A Kru e's Bicycle Bepalr Shop liO N. gallons per day.., See!! T, B. Arnold 0-14

fine boy waa born to Mr. and Mra Boulevard 1-8 tf Choice Western and Florida beef, FOUNTAIN j i

:EstabligbeiMSTS fllK IMFOKTAHT NEWS ITEMS Ot E, L. Hon Wednesday* If yon really wish to learn go to pork, mutton, sausage, eta, at the

-. THE PAST WEEK. A specially selected lot of new hosiery Beelar'a School Marsh Market

1 E cpartmCl1t .. just received at Brill's. Call in at T. E. Arnold's office and Mrs. J. E. Mlokler and son Edward

tonal ..., SooUty Item fur. tb. F opl.'. The Woman's Exchange has closed get one of the Painter almanacs Lee arrived from Sarasota yesterday fora
$ Paper-Brl.t Mention of Fact .. visit with Judge and Mrs. J. Lee Mo-
EVERYTHINGI' t01. ....a Vr our R.port..r. for the summer months.A Charlie Flowers was a north end visitor Urory.Sixteen: .
I e nice and refreshing shower fell at to DeLand the first of the week. ,

I TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE Wade, the tuner, Orlando. DeLand Monday afternoon last. Rapid progress is making on the handsome red, white Voting pink and ladies yellow representing roses, will ..

)S Dr. Mellette'i Remedies at AlleD'I.Beehu'l A Daytona party was at DeLand addition to St. Peters church, Mr. present a most beautiful drill In "The
I Monday coming over In an auto. Cairns contractor. "
National Flower
School remains all operetta to be
open Bomraer. Pure and Messrs. R. L. Fenn, J. B. Welch and
I drags prompt delivery at .given at the public school auditorium
Inns II Allen's Drag Store, postotfice block. Rev. Halliday were in town trove Orange Friday May 14.
I Ureat bargains In odd stationery Iota City, Monday
\TARTLING BARGAINS IN += at Brni'e.Souvenire Fine variety of alligator bags and Yon might at well learn Shorthand
I parses going at cost. Reeve 8c Howard. There was a big colored picnic at De- and Typewriting' or something else useful --- '
aaaaaaaa aaaaaa>aaaaaaaaiMBaaaaaaaaaaaBBaaaaaaaa aH HM aaaaaaaiavaBMa i BliaaaaaaMMMM Baaaaaaaaiaaiaaaaaaa aa aaaa> aaHaHiaaaaaBDIES' still going at low prices. Leon Springs, Monday; a fall coach ;
at Beelar'lScbool
I this l
y. Reeve & Howard. Miss Emma Baker made a visit to load went down from DeLand. summer; it is Gents'
Flerson, Saturday, returning Monday cheaper than loafing and more enjoyable
-'d, [ WOOLEN DRESS GOODS Mr. Harper, editor of the Supplement, Mr. John D, Habbard la bringing to Oar school days are the happiest
Mr. V. M.
Fountain made
a business the DeLand market beautiful straw of I
I U 111 at Jacksonville. periods our lives. *
trip to Jacksonville the first of the Furnishings
berries from his farm Lake Helen. I
There will be a crowd at the public week. Out at Lake Wlnnemlssett, last Fri
ES Wool Taffetas I In school auditorium tonight The city shell pit ia famishing an day, Mr. Chas. Bookstra killed a monster
- Tope F/A- DeLand should have mall
that free
- abundance of material for our streets. water moccasin 61 feet Clothing
1 1AA otherHi Merchant W. H. Halaey left Wednesday long and 6 and.
Plum !
Peacock and I VVi40c. for New York on business delivery system by the opening of the Half of the shell baa not yet been mined. incur In diameter. He was an old I
Shades of Blue, now m m season In the recent distribution of the State tlmer.as he was covered with moss. The Shoes
Thinking of boring a wrtchf See
I Tax Collector Perkins Smith was at bite of this I
W A. Allen & Co., los block. school fund for the first quarter of the moccasin lulm08tas fatal as
, the county seat from New Smyrna the present year by Comptroller Croom that of a rattler u+..I.1aww
WOOL CHALLIS I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Founds were first of the week. Volnsla'a There be lack of
now 33c. pro rata was nearly $1,600. may a unanimity on
visiting friends at DeLand thU
week. Rev. NlokoU is holding vesper service Mr. G. A. Powell the turpentine operator the part of the DeLand people as to the
I Mr. B. B. Minshew wee at the county at the Christian church Sunday afternoons has sold to the E. W. Bond Lumber proper location of the proposed new
neat from the north end the first of the at 4 o'clock. county jail: but the sentiment of the
Co., of Lake Helen 19 000 acres of people of the entire '
is that
week. county Voln-
'LAIN AND FANCY COLORED ; ; Mr. and Mrs Howard P. Stewart are timber lands.located. In the south end of she certainly needs u more secure jail in
Mrs. George Hill and Mr Harry Anders occupying the Colton home until their the county. which to confine her criminals.
I were at DeLand from Olenwood new home I la built.
Mr. Cornelias
y. Ming
Cbrlstiancy, representing Mary Stewart as hostess, is en
Mohair, Serge, Broadcloth, Panama Monday DeLand attractions drew Mr. J. H. the Wilson.& Toomer Fertilizer Co., tertaining for a couple of weeks pleas

and Voile at the following prices: Two good teachers wanted at Bnelar'a Padgett from Miami to DeLand, and is spent several days In this section of the ant cottage home of party Judge at Stewart the fine new beach
I School to take courses and assist partof meeting his friends here. orange belt this week, calling on the orange breeze. The young ladies from over DeLandare at Sea-
the time.
Mrs. W. U Watts and slater, Mrs. S. growers Miss Stella Dnnn Miss Marion Coul
\5c. now 68c. $1.00 now 79c. Miss Laura Bennett came from Jacksonville A. Wood, have been spending a weekat Messrs. S. B. Wright and John R. ter the Misses Gardner, Miss Ethel
Monday to attend the funeral Maltland with a cousin. Wetherell went to Jacksonville the first Miss Watts Miss Lillie May Cleaveland and I FOUNTAIN
, Jeannette
KosebornKh. and
!1.25 now $1.09 $1.50 now $1.23 of her brother. All the flowers will be present at the of the.week to attend the annual session Okie Painter of Jacksonville The MIR De-

I Mr. and Mre. J. W. Smith leave next public school auditorium, Friday, May of the of Grand Florida Chapter Royal Arch Ma- Land party drove across last Monday.
Tuesday for their summer home at 14. Come out to see them sons

if: Iff All/ Taffeta Silks at Big Reductions i i Gale barg, Ill The Record congratulates Col. D. B. undertakers Messrs. J. A.and Allen embalmers and J. H, .went Gentry to,

lNh I The public school closes tonight with Paxton and Messrs. S. B. Wilson and
Jacksonville the first of the week to attend I
a fine entertainment by 'the pupils, and Perkins Smith over their wind-fall.
the State Convention of Undertaken DON'T READ THIS I
[ should attend.
-= i you Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor who spend and Embalmers.Rev.
I All the public schools in the county their winters DeLand leave the first 1
ked and B. B. Knaop pastor of Presbyterian -
; Groceries
Staple Fancy close today. All the.nb.ditrlctachooi, of the week for their' home In Irwin,Pa.Mr. church at this place, preached in
esh had eight months terms
Oscar Davis, her friend< Miss the Presbyterian church at Jacksonville
Unless You
for : Hay and Grain Mrs b. B. Paxton and children will Brewer and Miss Myrtle Davis visitedat last Sunday. Dr. Eooeborough presided Wish to Invest Your MoneySo

spend a portion of the summer in the Orlando the latter part of the week. in Mr. Knapp's pulpit here as to Double it in Twelve Months I
ets mountains of North Carolina.A I
The new home for Prof. Rosa and There must soon be some provision

nts, Primitivn Baptist mlnlstei preached Family is nearing completion Messrs made by the city council for a larger ...............
J to quite a large/ congregation at the John Lotberg/ and Peter Lofqnlst contractors. tank and more substantial tower at the
f. Ae DREKA & CO. Phone Nos. { 214 Sutherland last Sunday night. pumping station, and the council is at Ten acres of land with 5-room house. Oranges

\ Ch.... W. Price ia erecting a 12-room Dr. and Mrs. Clarke, who have been present up anainst this proposition. and other fruit trees, and ornamental shrubbery.

) 8. DeLand, FloridaTTTTHTTf f residence to rent. Mr. Price expects to occupying their home on north Boulevard The National Flower a fine play, will Some good garden land. Located right In the

- put up several new homes for rent. since early winter left Tuesday be given by tbe students of the public city, with streets on three sides of the property.Price
For the north
.1 Mr. E. Lenox, who has a shoe repair school at the auditorium tonight. A .. ........... .. ......... .... ...... .: $850
> TT .+TTT+tt4..fri . . . . bop here left last week to pass the Harry Lnngren will shortly begin hundred students will take part in the
NTer enmmer at his old home in Michigan. shipping melons to market. He has play and will be one of the best ever Fifteen acres of Trucking Land on the St.
nine acres in, and they are fine. He liven there Johns River. Flowing Well and of
some the
The lilies and
water finer lilies Inmost will ship a number Of cars. The second story of the handsome
land tiled I
effective and ready for cultivation Price, for
costumes will be presentat
... For Vulcanized Asphalt RoofingFor the publIc school auditorium May 14. line Something throughout will the be doing entire/ year the,building and the offices Fountain and block a hall.has The been front fixed offices up into will quick sale.... ... ... ....... ... .......... $1200

Mr. John A. Jefferys, the /genial and carpenters and brick-masons have a busy be occupied by Dr. Stephens and Insurance I

Calcimo Sanitary Wall Finish popular manager of Hotel Webster. season ahead of them at DeLand. agent R. P. Walters, and the ball I
Camp Cassadsga, was in town yester by the Wow an's Club fi zrau IReal JEstatc
Mr. Fred Conrad, cashier of the Mer For Stoves and RangesFor day. Mr. Geo. Self returned the latter partof I e ant Insurance
chants Bank Daytona branch of the
Electric facial and the week from Plant City, where he
Standard Plumbing Goods scalp treatment, Voluala County Bank, was at DeLand
Pot Paints shampooing, manicuring chiropody, on business the first of the week attended as a delegate, the state con
and VarnishesIn
S eto. J, V. Vaughan, Boom 8, Carrollton Mr. Clarence O. Hesse and family, vention of the Patriotic Order Sons of
best grades obtainable hotel. 6-14 tf America. This order holds the next
- who have resided at DeLand for several
annual convention at DeLand.
The total registration at Stetson Uni years, removed this week to Jacksonville
ill R. D. MCDONALD < -- versity for this collegiate year exceeds where they reside In future. The Bereaford Celery Co. is to increase i Economical Housewives
- the its celery acreage/ at the farm
60n highest enrollment the Institution
Mrs. S. B. Wright St., and her cousin -
ever had. near Beresford. Ten acres are to be have found our store
nab -- You don't forget, do that all De- Mrs. Sylvester sailed from Jackson aubirrigated/ and planted in the fall. p
you for a blessing. Here .
'- ville Wednesday Phtladelphlawhere you
The pipe is being under the surface /
; II IIIV Land stores close every evening at six klra. Wright will visit for some time put find the beat and only
Daytona Beach and more flowing wells pat down
THE OCEAN VILLA o'clock with the exception of Saturdays; the
Miss Bnirlck. charge past the best t
IV \ those nights at 10. Mr. and Mrs Frank H. Wright are
term of the public school kindergarten, ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Paxton are here will leave today to upend the summer ada spending Mr.the Wright summer is with at Montreal the F ,E.Can C. .GR.............:.:.:.>...9ER.............. ..ZES.......... II I
from Jacksonville, visiting the father, vacation at her Asheville N. C., home.
Ry., St. Augustine and resumes his duties fresh
Always ,
On the Beach, overlooking the Ocean. I Col. D. B. Paxton and Mrs. PAxtoD'Ssisters The teachers of Volasla's public schools upon his return ia the talL He is I and wholesome always Staple clean and i I

J Newly furnished. Modern conveniences. the Misses Erhart. go on a four months' vocation today. not in good health and takes this needed i' fancy goods for some of which I
Sheriff Smith brought from the coast They have done a good eighth months' rest. we are the exclusive agent
Delightfully located. Opens for the ibis week a negro by name of Jack work and deserve the vacation coming Mr. A. D. McBride has had considerable I accurate free and delivery e lclen'is. prompt Trv us., __ _
Screven, charged with grand larceny; to them. Improvement made to the propertyhe
summer season, May 1. For rates, also James Hunter an insane negro. Dr. R. J. Carson went North earlier recently purchased. on west Howry AS IN THE PAST

etc., address me at Daytona, Beach. DeLand Department, Store F M. I this spring than usual that he might attend avenue from Mrs. Davis, the home being

Nash proprietor agents for Standard golden wedding of his sisterwhich pat in thorough repair, repainted We shall only the best and
Fashion Book and Standard Designer' occurred at the home at Philadelphia, white and sidewalk and yard cement carry

and paterns. We carry complete line. tf the Doctor performing the ceremony. walks put down. most complete line of Groceries
mrs. W.( TCH. BIcott .. .. manager
I -- in the future as has made our

e I' ,LADIES' SAMPLE PUMPS AND OXFORDSI store the popular place it is today.A. .

n have just\ received seventeen cases of Ladies' and Children's Ankle Strap Pumpsin H. WOODALL Phone 79

,1 J. F. ALLEN & co. Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Vici Kid and Suede (Undressed Kid) in all colors-Green, ==

J Black, Brown, Tan and London Smoke, in all the latest styles and lasts.

r.t These "Sample" Shoes were used by the traveling men on the road from one of the .

. Leading Furniture House of Volusla County Foremost Ladies' Shoe manufacturers in the United States, who has forty-seven traveling; THE MARSH MARKET 0 0

men on the road, and I was very fortunate to secure; the entire lot of SAMPLES AT A BIG

DISCOUNT. These Sample Pumps and Oxfords are in first-class condition. Some of themare 'We handle the best meats to be had, both Florida and

, "DROP IN" slightly marked from being packed in the traveling men's trunks. We are going to Western. We can supply you with the choicest cuts of

i "Throw Out" the entire lot of Samples on sale at 0 o'clock a. m., anything in our line. Courteous attention and prompt

and see our Newest SATURDAY, MAY 15, AND CONTINUING UNTIL SATURDAY, MAY 22at delivery. Give us your next order.

Styles in Parlor and prices never before attempted here. We are going!; to give; the ladies in DeLand an opportunity MARSH BROTHERS DeLand

to purchase the latest Oxfords and Pumps at "Shoe Factory Prices."

Dining Room fur- All $3.00 Sample Pumps and Oxford.. (with or without Ankle Straps), in Viol Kid, .
niture. Patent Leather, Black and Tan, Velour and Gun Metal, "Sample Shoe" Sale Price, $1.95All ?) ...................................................................................................1?

and Ankle in Patent Leather Vici Kid and = :
$3.60 $3.75 Sample Pumps ( Straps) = THE .
Suede (these are the latest Oxfords and Pumps, known as Undressed Kid), Colors : Black, :

I Tan, Grey, Green, Brown, Elephant's Breath and London Smoke. This line is ;not sold in ;FLORIDA WAGON I

Phone No,62 J. F. ALLEN & CO. DeLand Fla. any shoe store in Florida for less than $3.50 and $3.75. "Sample Shoe" Sale Price, $ .55 WORKSSCOTT

Samples are now displayed in oar windows, and bear In mind that UNDER NO CONDITIONS' will we :

ell these "Samples" at the above prices after May 39. Sale commences Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, and HODGKIN, Propr. !

I. continuing for one week only. First come, first served. :

Weber, Lester;Mathushek, Ludden & Bates, Estey, OSCAR H. DAVIS ; ALL KINDS OP ; !!

Steck, Chickering and Pianola Pianos. DRESS B BETTER PAY LESS = =

;;;; LUDDEN & BATES S. M. H. Phone 63 DeLand Florida | BlacksmitbiDg, Horseshoeing, Wagon-Making Repairing j

Jacksonville, Fla. | DONE ON SHORTJtNOTICE 1

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C. C. DcUmd. tn*. Mr. Bundiokj who tbs put season was The first peaches of tbs season were Messrs. Alexander & Baird who with : =
CECIL, Special Representative resident agent of the Young commls brought la to market Saturday and sold the groves owned and under their care '

eon houses, was here last week, looking qnlokly.at, 25o per quart. This luscious have about 900 acres, have purchased a A Full Line of Wagons Buggies Vehicles

over the promising prospect of next sea- fruit will be In market In (Treat abnndno 8 b.-p. gasoline engine and spraying; out- = ,

JOHN B. WELCH ton's orange crop of this section. These .lna week or two The growers fir, with which to fight tbe whit fly, j Always on j!
Hand at Reasonable
houses bought and handled a Dumber made small shipments to market this should this pest get into any of their Prices.- ,

ORANCE CITY FLA. of crops in this immediate vicinity last week.' In a week the shipping season groves. They will also nee it In spraying V{ ......../....../../...................../................./........................................ _....................IINIIN/IN.' i
1 &8OI1o. will be .on..In earnest, but the crop is for bright frail. .
: GROCERIES The operetta,'."The Na'lonall'lower." comparatively small this season Atty. a.B. Wright had a half aero In :

FANCY .AND STAPLE will be given at the public school Fri. Mr. O.'A..Dreka has carpenter tearing celery on his farm at Spring Hill the "THE MARKET"
{ TOBACCO AND CIOARS day May 14. This II the most elaborate away the east warehouse wing of past season He sold one-half of the .

f -DRV GOODS 3HOBS. HATS ETC., BTC .. well as the most beautiful, entertainment the Carrollton hotel, i preparatory to farm which included one-half of the LEONARD .BROS., PHOPK
.. ever undertaken by the moving the building south to the rear celery patch. From the remaining
(Bed and.Freshest Canned Goods constantly hand and all first public. school The different 'features of the lot. It win front on Woodland q a.?- .-..,1 acre" be laid '$ISO worth of cel Choice}: Northern and Florida Beef Mutt.9n.lQr: ; .. ,i

class Groceries for your table. cannot bat please the friends and patrons boulevard and will ,be fixed np for an ery."' Ii.' .... cut back twice by the cold. Sausage, Hams'and Bacon! Fish. .Always the bfist;
:.Country Produce Hnt-ctaM Meat Market.In Connection.t who corn out to see It Over 100personayoung I all-year-ronod''' hotel. W* vnderstand Mr. Wright says one sore of the land .
Bought. A people and'children 1 I that a Tampa firm has the contract to will easily It produce (000 worth of celery in.the ,.market. Prompt and polite attentionsYour; i "
asMMon. the :
"dert attenttoiTand; -t.;;;; You witt.ftDd "" pxia was' finest oelery brought Ii.
heelve delivery I the to its _.
,- careful M low as the lowest.. .GlTemeacall will take part move building new location. in to market too. patronage' .solicited' # ,? **J** UX- <%*I\:*. <*t* {
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j SO TH .cr"THE'" 'W V' s:. JUST NOTICE OF INTENTION' TO APPLYTO prise F!.., has been\ dissolved by mutual -Lot 8, block---2.bolnx Belden's-- aiSessecl Melrose at Jrmond.the date West and %(erthwest. ,
tbe firm The .ald land the
) consent Any legal claims' against' Cfo
THE HON. MINOR :: In the
JONES, : : of sucih, certlllcste
of Isntiance
I will I beanttled. and. all debts due tlienrm the
___ OUlna tI. Waters Wh. thVs.as Are ONE JUDGE OF TilE CIRCUIT COURT collected by Wm. S. lhayer. name of J.IMJelden. unless. ld,0 r"llo.SS y Fiver and SouHi

Running Vllgh. OF VOLVSIA ( FLORIDA Enterprise: ..' April 20.1'KJD'IHAYBU' shall be redeemed acoordlug ', Dixie
WO R D that word. COUNTY .t SAULS. deed. will issue, thereon on the Ifthdnyof
When the captain of a wave beaten FOR A CHARTER. May A. 1). 1009.Witness .

_I hip poors oil upon the waters he does -ru.tt'S Notice Is hereby dye that. the under. mY OlDoJRI signature( and seal DIXIE FLYER. \

I not empty a barrel of kerosene over signed intend. to applr.to the Hon. Minor S. Notice.Notice this IbO tllib dRY oC A prll. A. 1)JORDAN. ItKtISKAL1 Jacksonville........... A. O. 1., .
I It refer Dr.Tutt's Liver Jones,judge of Court Volusia Is hereby given that the undersigned ] 8AM.L D. 8 M p. m. Lv. W.ycro..A.C.L !
U the aide. Be has somebody stitch up to Pills and : Yolualti. county. eta. ICC:1 p. m. Tifton..G. S. F.
Cnuotv. Florida Inwlt :!IItb Leonard. A. Branch andPercy Clerk: .ircuitIiUrt Lv. .
on. d.y ofMay, nuardlun of .. .
41 three or four cotton bags, which be MEANS HEALTH.Are IfXIlt, for a dinner, for a corporation to be Smith minors, will on, the 17th dsy By B. 1'. HIIILIIn. D. t' ILlS J l5.. m m.It Ar. M.con..C. 01 of G.G... : '
fills first with oakum sad then with known an the "Florida Meihodlat Orphan-. of May A. I). 10..0. apply. to tbe county -- ---- ,:.18.. m: Ar.Ad..nta..C.! :
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'. oil usually equal parts of) fish oil and you conatlpated'Troub'ed age,' the chnraol cud object of the said judge of Vnlusla county, Florida at bis Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under Ar.Ch.tt.noollll..W.II< A.
-- cIt1A4 kerosene. The bags 'are then tied Sick headache' with ?lmUMtlrat oornoratinn to be formed being fully set oliico in DeLand for an order to sell Ibo entire Section 8 of Chapter 4888.) Law 3.ltp.m.49 a. m. Ar Naahvllls ........N.C. St. L.
forth In the application" and proposed charter Interest said minors in and to Iota : Ar.St.Loul..I.C.
tightly at tbe top. and pricked all over VlrtlBO now on life in the union of the clerk of three and four ((3 and 4)) or I I.. W. of Florida. that Faith, 1.3* .. m. ........ I""j'
eatcb Bilious? )
; with a sail needle to permit the oil to .Insomnia tbe Circuit Court of Voluala county Hor- subdivision of section uilrtv-slx (:113))ullum'.1 Notice Is hereby of given tax cpriltfeat> M 8,49 p. m. Ar.II"an."III..1..N.Haute..B. .&T. H.

tori exude: : and are hung from tbe boat ANY of these symptoms and: essay ether Ida, and briefly described as follows. nip fifteen. ((10)) south, range Smith dated purchaser the 4lh duv ol June., A. )U. lit..U. !U.a s. m. Arghlca Ar.Terre : .............C. & E. I.
pray'' Inaction Its character Is list of a charitable and (J9):! ) east lying and being. [ In said oounty of 803. aid 1,47 .._m. _
Indicate office
davits and weather chains to their o LIVER. certificate lu
drip has Died said my ;
benevolent association and Its object" Is to Volusla and state of Florida, and containing Ar.ltnozvlila..L.&N.
- contents on the raging billows. Tbe ,c1. care for,maintain. train and educate. orpbuo four ((4)) .acres. more or less has made application for lax Said deed .lolij.sue Ar. Corbtn..1..& N.
j bags ,nnstnot be allowed to got empty i and April otherwise 29th IHU9.destitute children This April 14th lislO.BARBAR&. LASflNUER tate. In embraces iiccordanoe the with following law. de crlt>id Ar.Ar. Richmond..L Paris ................... L. &* N.N.
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but must be refilled two I Hor LexIngton..L. & N.
every In Volusia county
jL I.. W. MOOR..I'dent.! Guardian. 'property| slttiuted ArCinclnhlai.Ar. ..... ... .... L. A N. ',
hours. For six bags ten: gallons .of THOMAS GKirvrru, Seo'y-Treas., ida. to-wlt,
oil are used In thirty hours. Sometimes Tott'sPiIIsTake J. I.AwrOM. MOON 8 Otto It of lot 4, sub of wH of se>i. see 5. Ar.Lebanon ....... ........ .. & N.
CALVIN Notice of Application& for Tax Deed Under till. r 31 e; 4 stores. Ar. LoIII.vlll. ........... .. .L. *: N. i
If It la very cold the oil congeals KMITU HARDIM KUIMKLKY Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Lawsof The> said land being assesred, at the dnt.. Lv. Louisville .............P. R. R.
: and will not run out through the holes H."". W. PAKTKIDOK Florida. of tbe issuance of such certinonte In thi Ar.lodl.n..poll..P. R. R.

fast enough, and tbe mouth of the No Substitute.. 'r. J. NixoN Notice Is hereby given 'hat Beatrice name of Heirs Adam Jones Unless' sad Ar.Lo".n.port..P.Chicago..P. R.R. R.R. : :: I
bag Is thou loosened, let it escape : C. W. IMMAN Garry purchaser of tax:certificate No. 724, certificate shall be redeemed accord ng t ii. Ar. :
nif EDWARD J. GATES dxtvd tbe 2nd day of June A. D. 1U02, has law. tax deed will Issue thereon on tbe 17lb ATLANTIC LlJoIITED.-Tbmugh i coach baggage ,I
In that way. Its effect! Is magical 0111 Notice of Election.Notice J. R. CASOH, filed sa'd' cerltUoate In my offloe and has day ol May. A. D. l'JOI Ja01o:00nvlllo SOUTH to Clnolnnatl. Through bmllor. outlet Pullman t tChlosgo ::'
a ? rough sea. A huge comber will MABOVB If. UIDDBMS, mnilo application for tax. deed to Issuo In | Vltnoss mv official J (ditnatiire.. .n.1 l see' Chicago: Going car" emrvloe. Atlanta to I'Onh..t': :.
arise, threatening to bury the laboring I la hereby given. that the Board of S. J JIlLBURN accordance with law. Bald certIficate embraces Ibis the Kith day of April. A )0..1l01I.!!! ) DIXIE pLyETt.naggagnenlnker:: Louis nol Pullman via '; :' '
Teasel. under tons of water. but wlU Public Instruction of VoluslA county Florida P H. BAKBK, the following denorlb d property situated ISKALl] SAM'L: D. JORDANClelk Via Broiler sleeping oar, to St. .
hereby calls and orders an election to L. B. PHILLIPS in Volusla county ,"'lorlla.1o-wI1l: t Circuit Court Volusia, Count, KT""For"res" Information' apply to A. W.
strike a patch of oil no larger than a rvatlon and further a
be held In each of Ibo following pedal .tax T. J. WATKINS' ; Agent A. C. L.
I Jackaonvllle any
.I common dining table and subside In schools districts Voluila county Florida -- West Bay St.,

t an Instant into a smooth, round swell.' on Hmunlay. May 2P, A. D. 1000, for the Col.| _ _ _

which the .hlp rides like a cork. lowliiic, t'urponestFirst. In the Circuit Court, Voluila County, ,
I -T<> elect three persons, trustee of
.The use of oil Is also a valuable aid I, each of s lid special tax districts for the two Florida.In Favorite
I In wearing ship In a gale and high succeeding years. tbe Matter of Ills Incorporation of)
the Benevolent and Charitable. AsI I EAST COAST
Beumnmd.-To determine the number of FLORIDA
seas. A few gallons of paint oil over mills ot district, tax to be levied and noUlectrd socintiou. to be known. tbe FlorIda I B
the lee quarter enable tbe Teasel to. annually fur,. Ibe two succeedingyears Methodist Orphanage. J

perform the maneuver In perfect safety In each of said special tax school dlstrlits. To the Hon. Minor 8. Jones, Judge of Said uy FertilizersManufactured LOCAL TIME CARD No. 78.

without taking a drop of water oa Court:
q'I board. When a boat ships so much 1>1.trlcllilo. Burbprvllle.. Your_petitioners, L. W. Moore, J. It. Ito. 55 No. 25 MAIN LINE i No. 78 I
District No. 7-Fort Orenge. Caaon l Smith T. DAILY DAILY DAILY I
T. J Nixon, Harden (Orlf- _
that is to tbe
water it Impossible get _ _
District No. Enterprise..
flth C. T. J. Watkins B.
Brinkley, W. 80

v I oil Ding bags tbe slung risk in of position being without swept over.run. District District No.No. 12 13--l Orange>eland.. City. Partridge.Glddena J., P.L. H.Moon Baker.8. J E.Hllburn J. Gates.Marcus C. by ca .a. d 627 525 400 pin put pm 1156am 1008am gloam LV.St.AUfIiIIlfle..A Lv..J.ckouvflte., ; \ : :: : ::;1 pm pin pm: : :::: j 1

District No. t_Osteen. W. Inman and L. B. I all citizensand i 6 01 182 Lv.:;. Ormond .... 1'
Phillips pro pm '
saturated :
board ordinary bed sheet ; a::: ::::
District Nc. -ormond.. residents: of the state of Florida, wishing SANDERS FERTILIZER COMPANY ,- :4 pm 4$ Lv. Daytona .' Ly1 [
811 811Ii
with paint to float oil will tied soon to a calm rope the and seas allowed District District No.No. 27 8Il'lel'llOn..fone \-Emporla.. to form a benevolent and, obarltanle 0 -0... Ii 66 00 pin !1,80 56 : Lv.t.v..NeW:: .Tltu.v Bmyrna' .lie.:. :.Lv1, ;a::: : :::
association under the laws of the state ol
g &&m ..
: Lv 12 46
I a 10.3 419 pm L..C..coa pin
I sufficiently to. permit men to move and ordered by the said Board of Florida, towlti Section 288U: of the General 11 Lv..Rocklecige..LV 12 42 pin: : : :
Jacksonville Fla. PI
about the decks safely. Paint oil I. Public instruction of volusla county Flor. statutes of the state of Florida" and sue. i! '- :; 11 :J pm P:: : 17 pm: : 1,,::.Esti (Jullle.: :Lv ii 10 pin: : : :
Ida, at a regular meeting of said board on seeding sections of Chapter 8. :Title 8 and Jt !K i Co) 11 80 pm 807 pm Lw..Molbonrn. .Lv,12 02 pm : 11
agreed to be the beet to use rape seed the BUi day of M8RChDjo.llIIJ'oUVH( .,11 amendments thereto, hereby make ap. g.] t Ott ama 05 pm Lv....Ft. Pierce ..,LvIlO 25 1:
oil and porpoise oil rank next but : : plication to be Incorporated under the name .o .s 548am: : 17 pm: : Lv.W.I'aImlteaCh: Lv1 dot :.:r:

kerosene is not satisfactory unless Instruction Chairman of of the Volusla Board of County Public, oC tbe Florida Methodist Orphanage and Dealers In all kinds of fertilizing Materials l!I .:! ::2 '0 :; 7 8 =: am am 11.80.pm.' Ar..Miami...::Miami: :: ..::::Lv1.S..80.......

mixed with some other oil.-New York Florida. hereby present to Your Honor a propoeed Agricultural] ] Chemicals., Insecticides Poultry qJ..o= .. 40am ::: / ,
charter t
subscribed towitt !!
by us,
Press. ATTEST: I. Foods Poultry Supplies, Incubators Brooders l. .s 8.! : g o3.m:: .L.Hometed..LV1..2::::: : $ .. '
A. O. BOlTS, 1. &! 0:
County Superintendent of Pub. The name of the corporation shall be tbe and Malthold :Roofing. "I .aPm. .
te 80
*n Notice to Creditors. Florida Methodist Orphanage and the
f [SBALl] Ho Instruction and Secretary of [
'Notice I. hereby given that the undersigned tbe Board of Public Instructionof place where it Is to be located la Enter-!: "Sandayi.. Tuesday and Thursdays, Knlghti Key and Key Wet

have been appointed by the Hon. J. Volusla County, Florida. prise, Volusla county Florida. I Mondavi, W dne dayi and Fridays arrival and departures at Havana
Lee MoCrory.Judire of tbe County Judse'e II-

Court of Voliisla, count,Florida, executors The general nature or the object of the PALATKA BRANCH
I uflhse.tat.ofWm.B. Mlnsbew late deceased Notice to NonResident.In corporation la to care for, train and educate I
I of said and nil creditors. Leave East EAST PALATKA TO ArrlvsPilatka LsavsFalatka
county orphan and otherwise destitute children> II
legatees, distributees, and all other persons Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuitof admitted under IbO terms and regulations Polatka PALATKA _
having claims or demands against sal,l Florida in and for Volusla County.In made by the Board oftrusteesofthia corpo. EventuallyYOU I

1 estate, are hereby required to present the Cbaneery. ration; to buy bell, rent, lease, own and SIS am ........No. 100 Daily....... 8 85 am 5 40 ama :
same duly authenticated, to the under Joseph II. Williams,) operate lands and building and premises 13am80am ........,..SN.o. 103 DDI: !......... 6 80 am 8 00 am: ::::...::7i : : I ::: I i
signed within the time prescribed by law, vs. }} and other property suitable to provide forindustrial S .... o. 104) Daily..9: 110 am 11 25 am i
: or the same will be forever barred. Susie William ) and the and 12 08 pm ....No. toe: EI:: : is pm:: 2 55 pm I iI
training care main. 4 10 pm _,No. los 80 pm 4 85 pm .::::: ::: :
J. W. .
MIN8HKW To Susie Williams: tenanoe of such children WILL USE 6 15 pm ", No. 110 85 pm 5 55 pm .No. I
c 'I 8. E. LEMON Executors. You are hereby required to appear to in. < 15 pm: ::::::,..No.: 112 Ialiy..4::::: :. ftft pm 7 00 pm I

tbe bill of complaint tiled herein against The of members
qualification and the
ij Dated this M.y lath 1903.Notice. .
it you In the above entitled cause on or before manner of admlaalon shall be all those who SAN MATEO BRANCH
the Tth day of June, A. D. 11XJB. are members of the Methodist Episcopal:
j : The Voluala County Record is hereby designated Church South and all those who are elected LsavsEastl EAST PALATKA TO Arrlrs SuJLe.v.Sani SAN
f To Whom it Way Concern aa the newspaper in which this order annnnlly bv the Florida Annual Conference : Falatka SAN MATEO Mateo Msteo
j'iiM 1. In accordance with *Scot Ion 8118, General shall be published once a week for four and the Methodist Episcopal Church ARMOURFERTILIZERS

Slalutesofthe. Slate of Florida, notice !.. consecutive weeks. South. 880am ......_..No. 103 Dally......j 860am 00 am ........No.
hereby given that at the next regular meetIng Witness my hand and seal of office this IV. 8 SO pm ...ho. 107 Dally....?.. 8 40 pm 546 pm .........to.
J of the Board of County Cominiaaloneisof BUlb day of April A. l fl. 1UOU. The term for which this corporation Is to

Voluala county. Florida towlt: the 7tb [LaL] SAM'L D. JORDAN exist shall be ninety-nine years. Tbe Mo. 67 No. 55 No. 68 J>o. 61Dally I No 60Dally j I
day of June, A. D. 11MW, the question of Clerk. names and residences of tbe subscribers Daily Dally Dally f MAYPORT BRANCH J J i
erecting a county jail and sherlu's residence are
,, will be acted upou by said board. Deputy Clerk. Re". L. W. Moore Tallahassee Florida 7 10 pm o 10 pm 2 O3 pm B ao am Lv..Jacksonville,..ArLO 6 40 am ,
D 1U09. WBIOHT A \% RIGHT ; 7 60 pm 8 60 pm S 40 pm 00 amILv..Pablo Beaob..Lv 0 alt am !
'1l' Dsledthis3ddayofMayA. Solicltora for COlUpl..lnaot.Notice Kev. J. R. Ciison, Lakeland, Florida; M pm 8 69 349 pra 00 am Lv.Atlantic Beach.Lv 6 68 am r ;
l G. W. FISHEtt, Bev. T. J. Nixon: Oca I a, Florida 10 pm 7 10 pm1 8 00 pm 110 2O am Ar.....Vaypnrt ....Iv 510 am '
- ; Ch'm Hoard Co. Comrs. Kev. Smith Harden, Montlrell., Florida
; .,.. ..
Attest ." r8AWL of Application for Tax Deed Un. Rev E. J. Gales, Williston Florida; a.a..s .i., I. ,.. t CUT BrasthfIt.'5'5gt., ft. and.a ., Ko.IM

D. JOKDAB der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws Rev C. W. Inman Stacks Florida; no pm a 80am Lv. M.v Smjrma 1 15 pm 745 pm 580am
Clerk. of Florida. Rev. J. L. Moon.'aoluonvllle. Florid ; I Ii 4 IB pm 11 80 am I..L.k, n.UB.H.A.1 1 01 pm 8 15 pm 0 80 am !
Rev T. Griffith Jacksonville Florida; 42! pm 11 roam L.....Ortn|. Cllj....Lv. 1360 080
Notice' of Final Discharge. Notice 1* hereby given that S. D. O. Brinkley. Jacksonville. Florida; 4 80 pm 13 oo m Am ,.,.. City J...Lv. 13 45 pm nm 6 20 pm pmll Ml> ] I

_ Peacock, purchaser ot tax certificate No. 'I'.J. Watkins, Orlando, Florida; Coan.olon. ,..d. .1 tnt,),,. K.r with P > O 8. S. Co. .0'I
( a.
Notice la hereby !given that the undersigned 114.datrd the 4th day of .lune.A.lUW.\ ), ban B. W. Partridge, Mention )10, Florida Why Not Now ? or w.
KI":ardlan of Hevward A. Paxton, Bled said certldoate In my office, and baa L. B. Phillips, Sanford Florida; i W1'b M TIMB TABI19 chow tb. rtmM, M which train may b. spse.4
John II. Faxton and Robert C. Paxton made. application for tax deed to issue In 8. J. Hlibiirn. Palatka. Florida; _..I< nfl"' *""1""M"lor d.psttha M ib. dma mi I ooVVo. I l
_ will, on the 7th day of August, A. D. 100U accordance with law. :Said certificate embraces Marcus olddens. Wall Springs! Florida; fc. fc.l< .po.i.lbl. lor ar d.l.r or '"r conac. lna th.r.lcom.
file his nnal accounts with the county judgeof the following described situated
fr P. U. Baker Gainesville Florida. uQa CoPY or TH8 LOCAL TIME CARD OH OTHER INFORMATION "S
Volusla oounty Florida and ask thnt In VolLala county Florida, towltiSwj
the same be approved and that he be discharged of nwJ4, sec 8, twp 16 s, r hOe( 40 Y. -- D. RAHNER.G ss such guardian.Feb. acres The officers by whom the affairs ol the
ft, 19ii9. The said land being assessed at the date corporation are to be managed and tbe
D. B. PAXTON of the Issuance of such certificate In the times to which they will be elected, are as I
Guardian. name of Marcus Loeb. Unless said certltt.oate follows A president, a secretary, and a r-
shall be redeemed according to law, treasurer (the secretary and tieasurer may Now is the time to order !
Notice of Final tax deed will Issue thereon on the 1st day be one person); a Board of Trustees composed ,I.
- Discharge.Notice of June, A. D 1UOO.) of lateen member.. This Board of B.
Is hereby given that the undersigned Witness my official: signature and leal Trustees shall be elected quadrennially by John Stetson'
9 administratrix of the eatate of J. K.BenglsoB :. this the 30th day of A prll, A. D. 190U. tbe Florida Annual Conference of the Metbodlst Simon Pure No. 1 Ifor
deceased will on the Tib day of [seaL] BAWL n. JORDAN Episcopal Church South, and shall
I, 4ugu.tL.D.. 100U. flle her final accounts Clerk Circuit Ct. Volusla Co., F1.. consist of seven ministers and eight lay.
men and tbla board shall elect from number .
II with the oounty Judge of Volusia county.U ;
U Florida, and ask that the same be approved Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under the president, the secretary and tbe your grove and be sure of a large crop next A SCHOOL FOR ALL

n iI 1 I I and istratrix.I that.she be discharged. such admin Section 8 of Chapter 4888 Laws their treasurer successors, and all are shall chosen.hold Other office officers until winter All the bst! groves use SIMON PURE ..............

-V I Feb. 6, 1009. of Florida. may be elected by toe board in such mar.. FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Engllsh
wit MRS. K. 8. BEVGTSON.Administratrix.. Notice Is hereby given that Fred Taylor ner as the by-laws may prescribe. The : : G..ek. German French Spanish Languageanci ,
,,1 _____._J purchaser ol tax certificate No. Ill board shall meet and elect officers within I Ai La. History rbllooopby Chemistry I
dated toe' 1st day of June A. D. WO thirty days after the eleotlon of the Boardof E. O. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonville. i Physical Culture elo. In Pedagogy Political Economy ,
andhas Co. Fla. : leUon adopted the
has tiled said oertidoate in my office Trustees at the annual conference as mission and wrndnation that same
t Notice of Final Discharge. made application for tax deed to Issue aforesaid. two were II1HoL"I. were held by lh9 University. )

V\> Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned In accordance with law. Said certificate vt IT IS NOW "SIMON PURE ON COLLEGE: OF W-Alwar. .tronlf. this'
THE will
SPOT. college
v 4 executrix ol tbe estate. of Carolyn: embraces the following[ described property The names of the officers who are to man eiis.i in the tall 01 IIJOd by increasing the
t tr Palmer/ deceased, will on the 1st day olAuguat situated In Volusia county. Florida, to-wlt: ageall the affairs of until the tint election See T. E. Arnold and. get the Fertilizer that makes t."yell"" soil mm tbreovears' N'une of study.teaching. force and
Lot 1 blk II DeLeon 'em
; A. D. 11X10 present her nnal accounts Springs. or appointment under the charier are hump COI.IEUF: OF
'I he said land being assessed at the date Rev. L W. Moore Also] Chicken Feed of all kinds, Beet I ical. Electrical .. .
*/ *-P-I aa such executrix I to the countJudgeofVolueiacounty. i president; Rev'rhomasGridith Scrap, Meat Meal, J Eimgineeringoourses? ieniiny' to degrees.
of the Issuance of such certificate In the
Flnrldi.', and ask secretary and trea.urePI; and thom* Cracked Bone, Mica Grit etc. .LE' B -OR TE Ca Eitd-.t, .
that she be discharged as such exuiutrlx. name of Patty J.Mo Abee. Unless said certU, mentioned In Sec.! 4 as the boaid of trustees degree; a r.m.1, 'hool! for Floritlti.. schoom college course for
!. 'V.. Thl.l'eb,1I, 1001.' Scale shall be redeemed according to law The annual meeting of tbe corporation grades 01 th" pUblic teacher.; moth.1
; school
T ,
| I special' ,
;' MAItY C. KIKKWOOn. tax deed will issue thereon on the 31st day 1 shall be held at the seat of the Florida Annual eighth ICrale., ; inderggrteca. .. emphasis I beIng> put I :
'frulnlnlC School!
ln .
of D. ,
A. 11109.
.V Executrix. May Conference of the Methodist Episcopal -- --- TUIC AU i .. eP io
-- IJEMY-CIO..lc..l.
Witness my official: signature and seal Church. South! each year, for the Iranaao- J Oration Cur wl'elfe. Latin tlolenllao and Solon.. '"
5 this the 30th of A. D. 1909. IItet.oll I. especially strong 'I..
'iI day April lion of all proper business. At least one have gone 10 Ihryard. Yale this
Notice Final Discharge [saiL BAM'L D. JORDAN midyear meeting sball be held at Enterprise SUl.9.S ; alon'" L">" ('". .MIohlan
1 ,
I f Notice Is heieby given that the undersigned ( Clerk Circuit Court Volusla county, flu Fla.
I-IA administrator of the estate. of Lv. retary." This time m .y be changed and special SUMMER FERTILIZING partiiets, ; larote faoit,, 'DI, o..mmudlou TI.ewrIUII"lti"Clhl'. courses
man B. Baird, deceased will, on the lltb Notice to Creditors. meetings may be provided for In tbe 1llUol.! OF S1ECIIANW; ARTWood Dnlh"n .
day of October" A. D. 1009, ale bis nnal, accounts by-laws provided special" meetings ma) be Manual. "I'ralulng orkiuw,
:& with the county judge of Voluala Notice is hereby given that the undersigned called by tbe president and secretary at OF SCHOoL; OF FINE: ARTI-Drawlng! In
county Florida, .end ask.. that tbe same be has been appointed by the Bon. J. any time, for such purpose only as may be W.ler-4'olor and l'mi'mtel' .111(110. Chart-out anti, ; ,
approved and that be be discharged as such Le :McCrory,Judge of the County Judge's specified in the call, ten day. notice being CITRUS TREESThis SCHOOL OF ;I1USICA I $IOOt'Oplpsorgin O'lItly caste. models.
administrator. Court of Volusla county, Florida, adminis. given for every' such meeting. by posting large faculty; :: olmursee ; 111 photOs; ,
.'V jfiMF J This April Uth, 19(19.( tratrix: of the estate ot Alexander 8. ..Manning such notice at the regular place of meeting l s.n7thellver"i a 'II"lIy of.S; opportunities. nf heart It
J. A. BALED late deceased of this county and all and publishing the same in a newspaperpublished a very important application, for a liberal] ., .prfes.rs "'HI' teachers. .
$$" Administrator. creditors. legatees, distributees, and all\ In Voluala county, Florida and supply est, Louisville Bo'doin U..nard. Yale.' -'olumbia.
of food at time Utrecbt'
,' ________ other persona having claims or demands mailing to each member a written notice ibis, Increases the size of frail and gives a Ar..ansas, Kalamazoo. Baltimore' Buokne" University of '
aa o agalnat said estate are heieby required to thereof. large bearing surface for next years crop. You f:1OO: ))00. In buildings alld other '"tltutlons.
cannot at.
Shim equipment' ; over $M',()<*)(> ,
present tbe same, duly authenticated to sr TU- ford< to economize ((7)) on fertilizer library of over 13,000 ;
wit Imepre.crit.dby Neither should ;yon delay oludlriV ; a beautiful chapel 1 wllh .. ,
the undersigned, bin tbe The by-law, of the corporation are to be stained.1. wludowi ,
law or the same will be forever barred. made, altered or rescinded by a nistorltr about it. Nature calla for help in May and this la the time un lu. oil p.h.tllI"! a fIO.OOIl> ': Pipe ;
DOB. I.. MANNING vote of the members present any regular when fertilizer will do the trees the most Rood. Later courts UusebBrulu'SKud.. .nd; sit' enul..d ""'''le.t"> "held' "
Administratrix ol the Eatale or call meeting appll. sports; separate *l'l'r".bl'J!' <->..' ''ni'nln' |{. golf
I of Alexander S. Manning VIII. cations prolong the growth and tuerefore the maturing of the istry, 1-hyslcs, B iclilol5/ for men soil, ,T'omPII'') ton large '..>.: | :\
". J| ,
1 Enjoy I Deceased. fruit thus making the late and and shops; electric llneral"JfY antI( U'ol' W; .
J. The highest amount of Indebtedness or crop sapping the vitality of I I IIgh.. eleotrio iiIi", Steen.
Dated 20 191"'. broad heat 1
April : avenues cement
which the tree. We ,TuanVi ,
liability the corporation may at. : have fruit and vine formnlaa to meet every I and other students'ou. "L,. 'h"ii'vi'v! "" I trees' "".,,111'" '
time subject itself aball be jhsat i '
any greater condition soiL ; I I' (1"r..
of Write I "
ns about them teacbliig 'iCllr'"n; '
and ask The
than two-thirds of tbe value ol the prop for our book. '* ''''"ut'f.1' 1111'1
Good I Notice to Creditors. let. "Good Old Summer I For view's b".lIbI'III% end list.
Time oauiogue.
erty of the corporation. In the Orange Groves." futlers ,ii "I In!. rmllto; IItldre.a

\' Notice II hereby given that tbe undersigned XI. IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE LINCOLN HULLEY. ,.b.D
I Litt.D. .
) has bun appointed by the Hon. J. The amount In value ot the real estate SPECIAL FRUIT -.---- L.L.I, ,- I
Health foe Hocrorr.Jndl. ot tb* County Judge's which the corporation may bold subject AND VINE MANURE -

.,, Florida admlnls. always to the approval of Ute circuit judge, PERUVIAN FRUIT AND VINE MANURE
V 1 trator of the eatate o. Lyman B. baird. late hall be fsoo.ono' W. & T'S HIGH ORADB FRUIT .- -
To enjoy deceased of said. county and all creditors, L. W. Mar, Free.. AND VINE

mod health lenatees.. distributees, and all other persons THOMAS Gairrrra, Seo'y-Treas.
keep the liver having claims or demands against said estate J. L.AWTOK MOON, Call on our local agent, Mr. W. W. Harriss/ or address
are. hereby required to present the DALTIM' BBIMKLBT
In good condition otherwise the effete/ authenticated to Ute undersigned SMITH }IaaourBiNi. BOld
same duly WILSON & TOOMER
mait.rand bile will accumulate In the within Ibe tlmo prescribed by law W. PABTBIPOB, FERTILIZER COMPANY Lumber <
system and_ .u-. or the same will be forevr barred.J. .. 0 T. J. NixoN '. ]
Administrator of the estate EDWARD J. UATM, quote you price. and supply; fro :
JvTjos t of Lyman B. Baird _.- J. B, CASON. at DeLand with beet you their
: Dated this April u. 1900.. liABOoa F. OIl D..., cypre.a anti yellow\
B. J. HiLBuas, Lumber '
P, H. BAKBB Ii Flooring

;Livgr talator Notice of final. Discharge.Notice T.... J.B. WATKUI.PHILLIPS., d. Ceiling, .

la hereby "given' thai six months .
C..Uquld. aid. Pewden) alter date, towlt, on lbs 7th day of October B/A;B 'or TLOBIDAJDUVAJ. : Shinges Laths Etc. '
j A. D. 1900,1" will present my flail account COUMTT. ,
:A r. Pld.... Isbed. reliable 1 tbonmabl".n. to Boa. J. Lee )fcCI'D"" ..ame' 1lLtimber
county judge ol Personally before me, an officer 9t"L'r.ick Building
.............. d, is apei.rsof'faulr the recommend Uver,8toa,,! *)! Voluiia county, Florida, at his office in the aothorlxed to take acknowledgment of and FIre Brick, Cement, etc,
lorose.9ca.au. >-
k .'_____ ,. ; foort' Rouse In DeLalld.I'la. as admlnls.trator deeds.Thomas Griffith, to me well known f I I"EIillo" _ _ anywhere tD the clty.: I
'It has become popular\ ana India_ of the estate of H. 0. Swerdhsrsr.deceased and known to me to .bo one of the subscribers -== -
ale in serf at many homos as s valuable and ask: that Ike' same be apo to the foregoing; proposed. charter' wbo Bookcase I
frstenito 1ta..IeWr..ID"1AIOreto.. ) _. .! proved sad a dlscbarn be granted. snobadministrator. acknowledged that Be and the other. subscribers .. and Desk '
... .. named executed the same for the combined.' ----
: trJ.U e ellt iL &&UD"" recwd. ,TW\ 7tbdav of April, A. D. 1009.SIMEON purposes therein expressed and the said ,... .. -
e. It rewee lUoaan_ Jfed.cbo. DI'sine. aWENUFBQKR, Thomas Griffith befall duly sworn deposes fermHj as mch or M little !
:' ... J4w1 01 A \\1'.1'. owm'" aumi Administrator.Notice. I and says that It Ia Intended in good faith. book apace as wanted. 4RR! %
: .
$11 diunidemi *,I90d: tIt and 'or' ,0 to carry out the purposes and objects set Comprises; Desk Unit wild %
torpidity o(the Liver; and kLneys.' tints therein. few or many ook Units as
: should"...> in everr !tome sad need : : (pfj.Final Discharge] Acknowledged sworn to and desired. Roomy conven
by all trsvelws. k. J .. s .:. ..- f subscribed befbn me this :32d ient say limit to
mderieWraed -y ,attractive. Call ......
and .
Notice It hefsby )II.. that" Ute _
It.11 [ expensive .bl.IDlpro.U. _
.jymiae W 0 save of
day D.IitOO.
April A.
Imd pc:T .pell. .., Dlt1JeB'fo' .nd ..lY.J. has been appointed administrates ( AL1.) AnaoST BuBsina. THOMAS. M or write fo*catatoguo 10J .. muandamona,-. WO_II.' A,

." a.. b..ur. J 01 JI8oI4 aud d.. de ....oi. non of the estate of Charlotte L, Notary. Pnbllo, State of Florida}Ga rnB. < ALLEN &CO.' .Improvlarr Sm, flow,. a... >ft**'*"".*

'/ -t:71; : U1d ""phiti.Oo.at.i; p- Lawrence, deceased'and will her on the" ad at Latt... .. :" ... ::
day of Aogrost! A. D., 11(08. flle' anal sot Jar commission : : AOIII'fT.tD8L4ND. .r....ssSigfiwSEEDS
.. expires
cJ.r t.
"' ilK I
: counts wlik the ooonlv judge of Volualseoaty .
; n ntfmercliantsaeIVu.or. send to ".. .Jane; 12, 19O9Notice_ .._.
SitmtlK nf>powders. p lid booklet seat free Florida sad ask that lbs same beappro.iNI ,< oa application. Address and that eke be discharged a* FR,. ",., Rt *
sue- administratrix.Administratrix: .'. ,, ., > B.94.'gy.. UUv. I '

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