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: June 4, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033849
oclc - 33138258
notis - AKM1562
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System ID: UF00087347:00284
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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professional < :ar5s.IBS I Making Good. -1 ley delivered a charge to them which presented with an elegant gold ,watch, the reason he wanted this l law en- ,

There 4s for beauty of language sincerity of ex The presentation speech was made by
no of making !uelntr ;, acted was, that Ins neighbor:had an
W. PERKINS, Irhmd like "Muklif,, Good I-; and, Dwtor ITS GREATESTCOMMENCEMENT pression and depth of thought has rare- Miss Jessie Miller of Eden. I
FlercV* m divln,., well .. old horse that continually ate
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ami. their frlenda, alter Inure than ly been excelled. There were few dry The following set of resolutions was
decades of popularity.. are numbered by eyes in the vast audience., handed to President Hulley to read his pineapples and thathe wishedto

BOBNBY and LAW COUNSELOR-AT-. .the mado lJood" of and thousands.they have They,ws wade bava During the offertory, the beautiful to the entire student body at the closing compel his neighbor to keep his

drunkard9. ; Pastoral from Guilmant's First Sonatawas _, chapel. service: horse. up.Thus .

DeLand. Florida' known A good composition honest, qnaro-deal Is Dr. Pierced Oold.tDe or. : played on the organ, and then all The .IOCHJ Spring Normal Class ofStets'l Mr. Alexander satisfied the

| Practice In State .and Federal Medical Dh.overy. listened with attention while Miss I
It till enjoys an Immonse rapt University at a called meetingon members of the House of
sale while
Court"' : most of .
tions that have come Into prominence the prepara In Lena Conkling who has so many times May 24, 1909, passed the following that there wa's sufficient

WART A ELY, \ the earlier period of Its popularity h&T. delighted us with her sweet singing during -: resolutions : Resolved that thanks are

"gone hniird by the board and are never more the past two years, sang Guonod't due I personal legislation contained in

ATTORN EYS-AT-LAV7. tills i long-nine There popularity must be some and that reason Is for to ,' Stetson University Rounded Up "0 Divine Redeemer," accompanied by lrst-To the trustees of Stetson this measure; and I by the"' reconsideration -

once be found given In a fair Its trial superior for weak merits. When I Mrs. j.V. Phillips. It most fittingly I (University! for ,the .liberties pleasures, of the vote by which it
3 next to overPoatofflca.DAY'iONAD. Bank UailJing DuLANDchomce or for liver and blood aU ctlon its superior followed the great sermon which we alII') ,unsyrpassed .advantages, \ of the Uni- passed the House at. first, it,.was
curative qualities are soon Its Best Year'This, Week. had heard.
hence It has survived and grown manifest In ) varsity offered to the teachers: of Florida hopelessly defeated this afternoon.
P LandU Bert Flab ular. favor while scorns of less meritorious pop- The president's (greatest plea in his in the Spring Normal Course. I

LANDI3 &-FI3H: articles have suddenly flashed Into favor sermon was for more righteousnessand 'Cond-To President Hulley for his Mr. Alexander, says.that he believes -, .,.

:: forgotten.tor for a brief.. period and then been aa toon purity of life, and the closing co-operation with the board of trusses that "people who live I in glass

o'tNF.'I' !' AT-LAW:and COUN4F.L.OIS-, : Indigestion a torpid dynpepsla liver with, Its attendant Big Crowds at All the Exercises and the hymn, "Purer, yet and purer" seemedthe t making these advantages possible, houses should not throw stones,"

haps dizziness foul breath headache nasty coaUMl per prayer of all who sang it. The ben- amI for his inspiring and informing and thus far has proved it fatal in

DeLand,' Florida tongue\ with bitter taste loss of appetite. ediction was pronounced by Dr. Hark- lecture, to the class. this instance.-Montgomery (Ala.)

S Practice Court In State .and federal *lA\3lffn\ nothing alter eating/?Is so, good nervousneu Number of Graduates Were Large."For ness, and the audience dispersed while Third-To Prof. Suhrie, director ofthe Advertiser, May 23.Ttdbere .

cclal facilities for examining and an Pierce'honest Golden Medical DiscoveryUfs Professor Morse played the finale to ( Normal School, for his untiring efforts -
ecting land titles Us Ingredient Hquaro-deal printed on medicine with Guilmant's First Sonata.At in behalf of the Normal Class. a. a2

no secret no bottle-wrapper Chaudoin Hall .. .., .
hocus-pocus humbug. Saturday eveningthe Fourth-To Dean Smith, Prof. Carson -' -' -'' '''' -
MtjC'KOUY, the therefore dealer don't may Po accept''bly a make.ub.U a little ut.i that blgw"ha72u God and the Truth." was nevermore College Friendship-Fred Botts. annual business college banquet ,. Dean Farrah, Prof. Frost, Dr. ifl"--''''' ''''''''''''''''- -s.

? Inau.g" OD your right to bave apparent never more significant, Poetry of Life-Prof. W. W. Frost. took place. Clifford Botts acted as laercckc, Prof. Mickle, Miss Whit- m to TOlorsbip JBaptist
call '
ATTORNEYATLAW.UeLand Don't buy Dr.Pierce'. Favorite never more splendid, than in the clos- Boys in Verse-S. Pierce Blake. toastmaster, and the following responded field, Miss Shaver, Mis, Holden, Prof.
Pn.crlpo "" '''''' '-'-'''''''''''''''-'
U lion only expecting advised It for to prove a "cure-all." It log exercises of John B. Stetson University The Class of '09-Dr. C. S. Farriss. in happy speeches to the different Phillip, Prof. Rockwood, Prof. Ting- I _.t': e-: =:-: '"
Florida. woman's racial ail toasts : "log" J. B. Hopson, "Mind Icy, 'Mr. Blocker, Prof. Colton, Miss
. ments. it make weak woman Htrong and this week. Dr. Lincoln Hulley, Alma Mater-D. E. Carlton. Chunh.REV. .
sick women well. LOMB and Money," Doyle E. Carlton ad- Hampton Miss Snead Miss
advertised ; Merry-
f J H. Wrl.ht. S. B. Wcliht. Jr. some prepuratloni old than he president is a great educator. He Scholarship-Dr. Lincoln Hulley. D. J. BLOCKER Pastor.
. & WRIGHT, Its sterling curative tIM maintain' Is doing wonders for the whole of The subject "Blackstone" bad been dress, E. O. Painter; "Our Business man Prof. Stover, Prof. Botts, and Services on Sunday will be aa follows:
BRIGHT Its I'oIUon fn the front ranks where It Florida. His worthiness lies not aloneIn College Graduates," Dr. Lincoln Hul Prof. Cull for their valuable time and Bible .10 a. in.
tood over two decades As assigned to Dean Farrah, who however . . .. .
- ATTORNEY8ATLAW.NOTARIK3. ago. an invigoratitig nstrt, lion \\hich have been given so Morale Service 11 a. m.
tonic and his educative powers but in his far- was unable to be so Dr. Far- ley.On .
strengthening nerv present .
Y. P.U
Jr. B. 880p.iu.:
PUULIC I'lid Is Monday morning, promptly at 10 freely.
'J W"011 won t satisfy' thoe.> Stetson
influence good.
caching 30
who riss kindly took his place. B. Y. P. ( .6: p. in.
') t at Telegraph Office of alcohol I ::f in ..r- for there u not a drop University is growing, and growingfast. Every speaker had something new, o'clock began the normal, school com Fifth- To Miss Martien and Rev. Evening Service . . ..7.30: p. m

SD WANB, FLORIDA. hALL Dr.1.lttlo PI rc.'a Pleasant' Pellets the ortot. Not only in the number of students humorous and serious to Every mencement. This was -an interesting Mr. P.l.ickor for the kind and sympathetic All am cordially Invite I IIhrlRtiun
1.lvpr say.
lllf- although' the Hril program, including some splendid mu- care which they have shown.
pill uf their kind, In the market, still lead. almost 600 this year, but as a word spoken reflected sincerity and
BENNETT and when oiice trlud are ever afterwards and glorious educational institution sical numbers, and a most excellent ad- Sixth--fo Mrs. Hulley for her Church.

In favor... Easy to tako as candy. ) strong and rotherhood. Fred Bolts was at his dress by Prof. F. A. Hathaway of Or much ap;minted class instruction in Bible School . . . 10.00 a.'m.
Iiir u ii dose. Much nivir developing in the hearts best Prof. Frost made
LAW equoied. imUattd but ; a very happy lando. This address was listened to Bible study. Communion and Preaching. .11.:(XI) a. m.
minds of young men and women lofty speech ; Mr. Blake's verses were well Vesper Service..4 p. m.
very attentively, and it was the general venth-To the student body of the . 0.40
Ideals, and right motives. This means thought out and constructed ; Dr. Farris Christian Eudeavor p. m.

:, ee on first floor of Bank Building!, Attention, Woodmen. education in every sense of the word, spoke feelingly of the Class of '09\ consensus of opinion that no better ad- University for courtesies extended to
FLORIDA dress of this kind heard
the cla
DELAND was ever s. Wt. Huruabiis Episcopal t'linrch.REV. .
Practice In State and Federal Wiiivtin, ; take notice that Sunday, and a power for good. and praised them highly ; Doyle Carl-
- Eighth-To the citizens of DeLand CAMPBELL QUAY Rector
Tune flih. !Woodmen Memorial much
Caurta. Day. Stetson has accomplished yet ton had much good thought and Inspiration here.Work
All from the and for . ... .. .
SlIver.IIl" are iuosted to meet at its mission is beginning to be felt Kindergarten the social pleasures tendered to Holy Enclmriat 7 a. m.
||. ALEXANDER the Imll ul 2 p. ui on Above date to in his speech, which was delivered other departments was exhibited and Morning Prayer and Lltnny. .. 9 a. m.
inariu to the rrruptery lu a body to und it is not improbable that the near in fine style; Dr. Hulley closed with us.And Holy Eucharist with Seruion. 0:SO a. m.
called forth much commendation. be it further resolved that copiesof
,lociinifeiavpn. ( of ilecenned Sovereigns future will see one thousand students some good counsel to the young people.lie Week Days--
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. All who can, bring flowerf The follow enrolled in this institution.The with full Monday evening the seniors held these resolutions be published Inthe Holy Eucharist (except Monday) a. m.
ing wiiet'litllr, an they are the flower exercises spoke impressively yet their class day exercises, and the auditorium Volusia County Record, the DeLand Morning Prayer (except Monday)9)\ a. in.
r OHice In Bank Building committee: Hovert-lK'H Fanning. Clan- commencement just confidence for the future of the Class was filled with curious peo- News and Times-Union and bvenlng!; Prayer (daily.6) p. m.
DeLand, Florida. 11811, Dnnbitr, Erlckson and P"OR"r.Notice closed reveal a very high standard in of 'op.\ Mr. D. J. Blocker made an excellent -
The seniors had play that Dr. be
ple. >! no regular Hulley requested to transmit -
I'ractlce in State and Federal every department.The toastmaster. His remarks con- Catholic Chnrrh.
they entertained for good hour. the Board of Trustees
yet a a copy to
Courts of Stockholders' Meeting year just closed has been one tained wit, brotherly love, and wis- Life like imitations of some of the faculty JESSIE P MILLER, M. J. CUKLEV, Pastor.

Th. nnmml lurctlng of the stock- of (great accomplishments The Vesper dom. He said the "right thing at the were given, and the seniors evidently IDA DUDLEY, First B.30: a. m.
ANT ELYbrneyatLaw bolder uf tne UxLund Telephone Co. sermons preached by Dr. Hulley have right time." High Mass and Sermon.10a.m.
enjoyed themselves to their MINNIE REDD.ELIZABETH . .. ..11:111
l will ht held) HC the office of the oouipanv influenced and uplifted thousands of On afternoon the department Sunday a. m.
, Notary Public DeL'ind Flu JUlie 7th. 1009, at from these Saturday art hearts' content. MACK. Evening Service . ... 7:80: ) p. m.
people. The ,good sermons Miss Emma Wiiitfield director
Tour o'clock fur the
I' III purpose of The academy commencement was S. I. DIAMOND.
[claVLttentlon given Real Estate, .Fleeting 1.I.rd, oi Director for the fn- cannot be estimated. The music in held an exhibit of students' work. held Tuesday morning. The Committee. Presbyterian Church

Law and Conveyancing- I cuing \t-ir: nud for thA transaction of omicctioii with these services has been The fine results obtained, elicited much programwas REV. BKNJ. B. KNAPP, Pastor. .
made of musical numbers, essays .
other bnvtnemi ait: provided by the char Inspiring and helpful. surprise and pleasure. The exhibit up Sunday School .. . ... 9.40: a. m. .
tar ttml 1 b-.a"8.. and orations, and drew forth a .. ..11
Office over Voluala County Bank. II ANNIE D. ROWE. The music Festival was undertakenand showed much good work, and a steady large audience. The pro'gram all the "JIM ALEX" GETS REVENGE! Y.J Preaching P. S. O.Service E.. 6:40 p.a. m.in.

and.' -,' Florida Boo. and treaa accomplished successfully. growth for the year. The work done
rendered and
through was ,
DeLunJ. Fin, May, 21, 1000. W. J. Bryan honored Dr. Hulley's included pastel, charcoal, wash, water way
I LJ8IA! COUNTY ABSTRACT showed careful and thorough prepara- alls! a Letter on Rep. W. R. Hardee First M. E. Church
Invitation, and delivered a splendid color and oil. Some beautiful tapestry ,
. VESTMENT and TITLE 1NSUR- tion by those taking part. Those graduating Rev. WM. J. HARKNESS, Ph.D., Pantor.
Yon well learn Shorthandand lecture. The Glee Club has been a pro- and china work has also been
might ai painting, Showing Latter's Inconsistency.
. [ . .
CE COMPANY. I were : Sunday School 9:43 a. m.
Typewriting or something else useful nounced success, and sang to large audiences accomplished. Designing( of book covers Preaching Service..11:00: a. m. .
Classical Course-Carl Vernon Far- Tallahassee Fla. May .-
I Titles Insured.btracta .. at Beelar'sSchool summer; It is everywhere. The department stencil patterns, and other very Interesting 22.Special. League meeting .... .... .S:45p. m.
furnished and titles, perfect- cheaper thau loaflng and more enjoy of public speaking has given to the work was also shown. A riss, Duke Gordon Haynes. ( .)-Reading the proof from Union. service ... ... . 7:80: p. m.
f Maps Plats and Blue Prints Sup- Latin Scientific Course Lillian Ad- All friends and strangers are coralallyIDvl
d. able. Our school day are the happiestperiod's public splendid high-class entertain- large number of people attended this aline Bauknight, Charles Morris Dur- a letter Representative James E. tecl.

Bank. of our lives. ments. In fact department exhibit. Dr. the affair Alexander landed
Opposite Volusla County every Hulley opened Duke Haynes Gordon, Harriet revenue upon

AND FLORIDA seems to have instilled into their work with a delightful and helpful address. ranee Spratt Hulley, Nina Phillips. Representative. R. Hardue, for Hcthoillst Episcopal Church. :Mouth..

A WOMAN'S BACKS more of purpose and enthusiasm. Next The art department is in efficient Scientific Course-:Melville Lincoln his former conduct toward Mm. U. S. TABOR, Pastor.

O. A. DAVIS, year will bring forth greater work, lands, and splendid work in all grades, Wilson Coleman Helen Sunday School. . ..... .. 10 a. m.
I (greater; influence, and greater good. is sure to be accomplished next year. Buckley, George Some weeks ago, the two representatives Preaching . .. .. ... ...1 1 a. 111.EpwortU .
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. The Aches and Fuln Will Disappear zSth the Dozier, Marjorie Loraine Mace, from Volusia county had League . .. . 6.45 p. m.
On Friday evening, May ,
On evening May 2Qth
Saturday ,
Selden. \ ).. 7 .
lithe Advice of ThU UeLanut'ltlxen George Hungerford Prayer Meeting (Wednesday p. m.Government
I DELAND. FLORIDA. losing concert and commencement of business college commencement took a persora': Cation in the lobbyof U.-,
Is Followed.A Literary Course-Harry Crawford
E>mae residence. Indiana avenue,
at the music school was held in the au Lion Hotkl which followed
place in the auditorium. Those graduating the was -
Perry Anderson Robert
I Court hioaee.I woman's b ck. Una.many acnes and Garwood, Positions.
bfflee Hours: 9 to 13. 8 to 4. and T to & pains. ditorium. In spite of the inclement in bookkeeping were: HomerF. Frank Smith, Frank Wideman. Ly quite a lengthy "point of Examination for city letter carrier
I Most'; times 'Ue the kidneys' fault. weather a very large audience assem- Helen Dozier Duncan C.
Carpenter, Flu.
Mechanic Arts-Joseph Mansfield personal> privilege, from both, will be held at DeLand soon to
U kidney ache
Backache leally ,,
|R3. VIDA: Z. BAERKCKE M. D. Thut'a why UoaoKidney/ I'lllu'cure" it. bled to hear the splendid program. The McLeod, Cassie C. Simmons, Isabelle Goodman, Gotthilf Oscar Kummer during a session of the lower branchof ecure carriers to deliver mail at houses
Mane DeLand' women know tbl*. piano numbers displayed good technique Simon, and Benj. C. Willard. In Gerardo Fer. .0 said city. Positions permanent.
Frank Albert
Read what one has to say,about It: pleasing phrasing, and fine ex shorthand, James B. Hopson. In banking Turnquist, the Legislature. Representative Several. appointments will be made on
PBYBIOIAN and SURGEON Miss RoseJLreiuer, 07 Oblq! avenue De- nandez Vina. July 13, 1109.\ Maximum salary $1000
Land, il'la. says. : "I have u"'ld" Doaa'a pression. Each (graduate showed good Helen Dozier and Isabelle Simon. On Tuesday evening in the auditorium Alexander and his colleague, a year. Let ns prepare yon by mail.

Kidney Pills and they proved of more beneHt musicianship. Miss Emma Baker Miss The musical numbers included piano of Liberal Arts and Representative Macon Thornton, Not a cent to be paid ns until you are
moe on East New York: Arena to me to all any otber kidney. remedy 1 the College I of school
DEMAND. FIXMUPA. bad previously. used. 1 uttered. from dull Ruth Hendricks and Miss Salome solo-Silver Spring by Miss Mabel College of Law held their commence- abused each other until by a motion appointed.formerly conducted President government our exami<
nagging! backaches and had-dlatnuislng Hampton received diplomas, and in addition Wilson, and Stern Old Lard sung by .
pains through ray loins. My feet an tl" ment. A very large audience was pres. the regular order of businesswas nations. Write today. 5
R. A. S. MUNSON. Miss Baker received the gold he Stetson Quartette. Barcarolle, SERVICE COLLEGE,
} uecarae badly bloa.ed and tale'' ha4 an annoyance ent to see this splendid class graduate. resumed. During the abuse, .
from the kidney eoretlqna.+ I ttn. medal for the highest standing in the played on the violin by Fred Smith, doubt this Is the best Uept. 66, St. Louis Mo.
I HOMEOPATHIC"PHYSICIAN. ally decided to try Doau' Kidney mimended Pills\ aa final piano examination. This is the and the famous Alma Mater song sung Without very rhornton read a letter signed by .. ,
they bad been very highly reu" class ever graduated from Stetson. Every -
I uaed two second class to finish the splendid Representative ,;. R. Hardee, ofSt.
and procured a supply. only by the entire congregation, accompaniedon member i is splendidly equipped to The Weather

Bee Second Door South. of Fisher's soreness boxes, but*oro am,now my nee loins trom and backache my kidneys and course, which includes the study of the organ by Mr. Geo. B. Selden. do something worth while in the world .. Lucie county, in which he for' the week ending May 29:

I DrugStore. I feel like UiJorcnt harmony, musical history, and other The address of the evening was delivered
normal. a
I FlOE: HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 have become \ The orator of the evening was Rev.A. charged Alexander with appearing TEMPERATURE. '
and 7 to 8 p. m. and woman am since pleased using to recommend Doan's Kidney,them fll\r to practical work. by Rev. Henry W. Battle, D.D. H. Jolly, D.D., president of the before a committee and stating High. .85 84 92 U3 96 92 Ay..90

DeLand Florida. other .ulf.rer.." Miss Lena Conkling, soprano gradu- His address was strong, forceful and Presbyterian College of Florida. He certain Low.. .67 69 67 67 66 71 Ay. 88
For sale by all dealers. Prloe 110 fen tB. ated in voice. She is the first to finish welt delivered. He has something to made address containing In- that he wanted a measureto Rain: .58 in. on 20th.O. .
Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole a splendid
R. W. a TAYLOR be reported favorable by
Her singing
sgpnt for tbe United atntes.IKemember the extended course. say and sass it mightily. spiring thoughts and suggestions. Those B WEBSTER,
the namDoan'a takeno showed admirable training not only in Sunday morning at II o'clock, occurred graduating were: committee and passed by the Houseof Co-Operative Observer.,

SURGEON-DENTIST other. voice culture but in style and interpre i the Baccalaureate sermon, in Candidates for the Degree of Bache- Representatives, just to give u__ __
ce in FIBhllr'.New Brick Block tation. She is far above the average the University auditorium, the churchesin lor of Arts-Stephen Pierce Blake, him a boost in Volusia county and Hate
O.. B. WERSTERCONTRACTOR"and1BUILDER in voice. The follows Sun- Thousands Kidney .
graduate program town suspending their regular .
Second FloorS) | Daniel James Blocker, Ezra Casper that he had arranged to have said
: day morning services for the occasion, Elam Carlton I and Never It
Bostick, Doyle James This Trouble Suspect
killed the senate.
DeLand Florida Organ : March in G, Smart-E. G. and all joining in this union service. Milton Carson Francis Elmer Cramer, measure by
My Specialty. U accusation ended the "personal How to Find Out.
PattishalL The auditorium was crowded before the
Fred Harold Smith.
ARTISTIC STONE CONCRETE SIDEWALKS,BUILDINGSAND Piano: Erl King, Schubert-Liszt organ prelude. Promptly at n o'clockthe Candidate Smith for the Degree of Bachelor privilege abuse" at that time, with water Fill and bottle let it or stand common twenty-four glass with hours you;

DH JOHN REEVE Ruth Hendricks. graduating class entered the audi- of Philosophy-Elizabeth Bryan out allowing Alexander to reply; a brick dust BedIment.oreettling-

,, Vocal: Recit.-And God Said ; Aria torium to the strains of Wagner's Pil Carson, Robert Lee Miller, Fannie but he stated later that such an ,
W. C. CANNONS'Livery" Verdure Clad, Haydn-Lena Chorus Professor O stringy or milky
With grim's played by Montgomery, Hazel Henri Sheddan. accusation was false awithout foun appearaaceofteaindicates

DELAND FLA Feed iand Sale Stables. Conkling. A. Morse director of the school of Candidates for the Degree of Bache. an an-
: Piano : Concerto in D: First Move- music. Following the Doxology, sung lor of Science-Roscoe Eugene Glass S healthy condition

Fln. Fashionable Turnouts ment, Mendelssohn-Salome Hampton. by the entire audience, an invocationwas Harriet Elizabeth Hughlett, Claud Now comes Mr. Hardee's bill, of the kidneys .

Bus meets all trains at A. C. L. Depot Violin: A. Berceuse, Saury; B. Cavatina offered by Dr. C. S. Farriss, vice Bernard Worley. seeking a way to keep stock from ; desire too frequent to-

Uacks meet mornlnK/ IIlId i afternoon IP. K in D, Schmidt-Fred Smith. president of the University, after which I termed "no fence it in
trains ,t Oraiiue City, and night' Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor running at large, pass or pain
V. H. VOORHtS( 0.rains I By at "" Land Junction. U. 8 Mail, Vocal : Moods, Ashford : (1) The i "Onward Christian Soldiers" was sung I of Laws-J. Frank Adams, Fred aw." Both Mr. Hardee and Mr. the back are also symptoms that tell yon

both route flecks meet boat at BeresforU Search ; (3)) Night Song; (3) My Own heartily. The Scripture lesson was the Botts Dossie C. Hull. the kidney and bladder are out of order
Dentist horse. and o.retul drivers. Thornton who charged Mr. Alex- and need attention. .
!Gentle 0.Lmnd.F\\.. True Love; (4)) Sunset and Dawn;, igoth Psalm,. aftcf which prayer was The presidents reception at Cliau Wfcat To Do.

P. O. Block DeLand Fla. Phone (O) Evening; ((6) Ever a Song Somewhere offered by Dr. W. J. Harkness, pastorof doin Hall followed. This was attended ander of attempting legislation There is comfort in the knowledge ao

; ; (7)) Good Night-Lena Conk- the First Methodist Church of De- hundreds of from all merely for personal reasons, fought often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer1
Bonn: 8.80 to 19 and 1.80 to 4I PEACH LAND by people over
CHOICE .Land. Maunder's Jubilee Anthem, the State. hard for the passage of this bill, Swamp-Root, the great wish kidney remedy
fulfill almost in correcting
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS ling.Piano Autumn Chaminade-Emma "Praise the Lord, 0 Jerusalem" was I every
: Mr.
while Mr.. Alexander, Thorn rheumatism) ,_pain.in_the 'back t kidneys:
I I Insure Amelia Baker. sung by the Vesper Choir, of which ;
with us. $10.00 to $100.00 PBK ACRE ton's colleague, and Mr. DuPont liver pisuaeranarveryparcoz Uleunnazy
______ Presentation, of Diplomas and Medal, Professor J. W. Phillips is the direc NORMAL CLASS ADJOURNS., passage. Correct inability to hold water
< ow I IB the time BM PMCb. Section In the Slat I Graduates in Pianoforte-Emma : Representative of St. Johnscounty! and scalding pain in passing it, or bed

5pot cash for base S. A. BAKeR Seville, Pl u 'Amelia i Baker, Ruth Hendricks,..Sa-t tor.Dr.. Hulley delivered the Baccalau ProJUSuArfe Pretented.Wittl.i;; ; : Goh bitterly: opposed it: A satisfie effect beer, end following overcomes Gee that of liquor nnpleasant, wine n or.- 1

Ionic J Hampton.' j reate sermon It seemed'most _appropriate confident ,expression played upon cewity of being; compelled to go often
|U should Conkling that the address this Watch.; A ;Set of Strong through the day, and to get up many
be protected. '1'' Graduate in fVotcer-Lena to large the, countenances of, both Representatives times during the night. The mild cad

R liE LAND REALTY col Gold .Medol-rJon the Highest Stand class, the fargest that has 'ever I graduated Resolutions. opposing the measure immediate effect of Swamp-Root ,1*

[ you Insured .r} iiig',Piano. Examinationr-Oimnia, Amelii from the University, should be ''The! enrollment In'the Normal Der and this became soon realized. It stands the higheet boo.,
i < self-explanatory ,
Ryan given by the president, under whose abov cause of Ita remarkable
company! 'reliable.- Baker I pB"ment.this year hat/gone,up, when
FURISHED Mr. Alexander after health restoring
in D .Batiste Ma administration their work. has been a Very prop
:organOffpy. : a hundred twenty-five. The largest clas erties. I/you need l
When doe your policy expire FOR bel Wilson., I done. The> similitude of the young In! the Department was Prof. Suhrie' eloquent Appeal,.' began his "per medicine yon ihcmld -! -

I Tour. pullerSn' forced: FLATS Following: t was' held the Phi! ''Kappj men to the "cedars 'of Lebanon" andthe dust .In Theory and Practice This sorial privilege" again, reading 'a bare tho best. Sold by
SUM- Delta banquet.'. Thll Isa, select affai young women to "the'palm tree" class numbered over a htmdVe4 anll letter signed by thr members: of and druggist oew.'dollaraizes.fifty-cent' ,jM.n; .

telephone number sixteen. THE held annually. The menu, was well. a r was the figure upon which the'.ermon mot In the chapel-dally at ellhtto'cloc the committee 'miscellaneous' Yon may have a sample bottle tent free

HON ranged and he 'good thingl'delightfuj! was. based. 'The various. qualities of al V.ielj! time the'., INSURANCE AGENCY HER CHEAP I legislation ..which stated that the N .Y." Mention. this< and
of feasting these used bases of namton
After hour or to trees'were as the paper
served. an. a I k>.}ire Psychology, ; as1applied ti :
U Willniu.'atSteta the ,following, to.ste.were. ; many beautiful and forceful lessons. At class i room i management;" At, ,the lat! )5p;;. -w; R., I-r4e! 'o ,S .,,1.1,1, ,i .Hoot renteinberthename and. the addres Cf Kilmer'*, Binghamtoa.H. : Swamp".:,.

1. E. 'ARNOLD. MANAGES ponded tor :' ':fr: the_ close,'the clas.:rose.white Dr. Hul! regular meeting of the class, he wee county, had, ..stated ,to > them,that .Y., on every boWs: -. '!f"151"" :. '."

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x2 ORANGE GROWER! CONTENTION.' of the people and when liquor
Local News safety p pI
COUNTY RECORD ALL OVER THE COUNTY nuisance la salivated and steeped in the '

r That was a great convention of. filth and spiked np for and lawlesness snarls with be I I. A. frfcsoii: *' C. Buj*" lI. l//

orange; growers; at Tamp this New hosiery at Brill's. ITEMS OF INTEREST WAFTED TO cyclones pants snorts
s of profanitylike
his suction voice blower & CO.
rf .Colored.seeoad I.! elass the natter.PostoOee at DeLamd. fie. week, one that will be of much Wade. the toner. Orlando THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS a light house fog-born and it can Booze be /. A.

** benefit to every grower of citrus Are the days long enough for yon I CORRESPONDENTS. beard from Dan to Barsbeba. all the
bas caused mom trouble than --- ...........
m '( B. E. PREY 'IT, EdiUr Proprietor fruit in Florida. The delegationthat Dr. MeUette' Remedies at Allen's. bed-buna, ticks: fleas mosquitoes --- ,
ty ) Pierson.A rattle snake
went to California made its For reliable Fire Insurance Gould. coyotes, grasshopveri.
    city1il report. to this convention and It Several refreshing showers this week. blizzards small pox. yellow fever goutindigestion
    The watermelon is leaving the much fell in this neck
    -needed rain United
    will be of value the New cards at Reeve & Howard's.Beelar's etc this great
    great or- poet of the will\ know Attention'o, Our Line ol'
    tate by the train load. woods Saturday and Monday. States has known or ever
    ange growers of Florida. Let our School remains open all aam.mer. handsome when the universe shut np shop and be- oJ
    Sergt. S. J. Baker and his
    The present legislature has growers now abopt the best of wife are np from Ft Lauderdale visit- gna( they the ever final. have invoice war; in in other hades wordsif the Star and Richmond Pianos ]

    made some history, but it cannotbe theCalifornia method in packing The ice man I I. a wcleome caller these Ing. booze boozers are backed up in one

    said to be of the glorious kind grading: and shipping our frail. days.. for Uoold Willenghby Minshew and David Lira Beelzebub corner yelling and\ prejudices for Ice water are plugging while Now on display i in
    Beach rent.
    and you will see the splendid re cottages baugh have excellent corn cropelJJ little away at the nit-flies on the makers and

    : i : Jacksonville has completed her suits soon to be obtained. The Agency. 6-11 Egypt.A. sellers deep down In bell's scum slums. Our WareroomsThey
    Hiss Lanr Fish leaves toddy for Elberton. 5 ,
    first ten-story building.; She ha hap-liazzard in which the D. Richardson a solid trucker of
    several more in course of erec- Florida has in the Us.Souvenirs. Ft. Lauderdale la in this balmy I air visiting Seville. represent true value for your money.
    orange past at Allen DrugStore post- relatives
    EASY payments desired.
    tion. We sell them on
    been picked packed and recklessly -
    _t''. office block. The gasoline machine of N. L. Pier- Mrs Chan. Thlgpen, of Dnpont, is ._... ______u.____--.n_.-._uuu______".__.-.-.--n----'-. .....
    Claude L'Engle denies that thrown upon the market You want the Record while North son is working early and late here exterminating visiting her mother, Mrs. J. S. Bnckels. .u

    _J he is to leave Florida and settle should cease. It has been a this summer. white flies Rev. I'dr.lat.l.: conducting a series NEW -HOJV1E SEWINQ MACHINES

    '; __ down in a country newspaper office great: injury to one of the state'. The DeLand people will see no doll Miss Addle Dartls and brother Will, nf revival, meetings the Baptist

    in greatest industries and at a dear summer bore.Boanliful I of Orange City, are here visiting their church. The World's Best.

    Georgin. loss to the grower. This conven new silk and fancy paper' parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dartis. The luscious Florida Favorite watermelon __..____uu__._n.____u_U__._n____._n uuu.u.h n-

    A hard surface automobileroad vention decided that the orange fans at Brill's. W. B. Stiles: the hustling railroad has made its appearance in our VICTOR"

    Lots of bargains In china ware and fence boss, with a well-behaved darkey market. PHONOGRAPHS }
    between Jacksonville and growers of Florida should organ. EDISON {
    -l souvenirs at Brill's. gang, is stationed here repairing fences. I Mr. Author Poppell of Daytona
    > Atlanta, a ditance of about 800 ize, :including all the growers, week here with _______..___. __ .
    Get roar sweet potato crop In County Commissioner Cade is the bun spent latter part of last .__.__________._____ _.u.u. uuu :- ,
    miles, is now proposed.Dr. and to this end a committee was during the Jane rains. lest pusher in town, with no missing his mother. Mrs. N. A. Pop)|>ell.

    appointed to draft an incorporation The DeLand merchants are apparently links stored away on his files of faithful Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Gilmore and son Largest ofHARNESS

    _ Nunally has resigned the notice and to take the initiative -doing is One easiness work and figures, Roger. of Daytona are over visiting

    Presidency of Columbia Collegeat at early date in perfecting Next term of the criminal courtpromises Misses Mary and Mattie Cade two of Mends coming through the country in In the

    Lake City. Friction with its the organization and for every to be II busy ODe.Hr. this place's purest fairest flowers visited his automobile. County.

    board of trusstees, ,is the reason Mrs. E. C. Byrd at Turpentine City, Mrs Monroe Hamilton and daughter.
    r grower; of the state tojoin it. J... Dangherty was a north end
    for the resignation. Saturday: and Sunday. Miss Bade, of Biltmore: N. C., are
    If this is accomplished a new visitor the first of the week.
    W. W. Tedder a former depot agent spending a few days in town guests of

    *4'. Georgia peach growers have and brighter era will dawn for Prof. Rosa In and New family York state.will spend eb..umm.r here now at Lakeland delighted his Mrs. M D. Allen. ... ..... .. .. .. 1. i.1i ... ....t "

    effective organization and the orange growers of Florida op friends last week: with visit. Be Is ail Mrs. Annie Rawls and children, of

    an The Record will give fuller par- Miss Grace Cook of Palm Beach Is wool ana a yara. wiae.. Arcadia. and Mrs. T. J. Shave and little ; VVaEN: :: ;: LIST DELAND: GET

    the great crop ready to be mar ticulars about this organization the guest of Mrs. 8. B. Wilson. R. C. Jones, In a friendly glove. boxing daughter of Melbourne, are visiting qiel YOTJRLADIES' : EALS .A.T THE: : ....

    keted will be controlled almost its method and what it No town In Florida can show more match with the Mulligans here Saturday their father, Mr. L. E. Causey. ,.

    entirely by this organization. to do for the proposes of beautiful shade trees than DeLand. successfully defended his title ofa After several. weeks visiting their sister : DELAND
    orange Thinking of buying a watch See stayer with the boys. Mrs N. A. Poppell. Mr. and Mrs '

    president Taft's Southern policy Florida, in future issues. Volu- W A. Allen & Co., poetoffice block. The new bridge recently built across A. M. Yarborongb returned latter partof -AND GENTLEMEN'S RESTAURANt
    last week to their home in Georgia.
    is all right so farand as a republican sia is one of the banner counties Pure drugs and prompt delivery at Raveling gnlley on Washington avenue, ._uunun_ ___________.______n______________ ____h.nhh_._....
    ? : it is believed he will of the orange: belt, her crop this Allen's Drug Store: poetofflce block.Mrs. by the Braduhaw brothers James and of Mrs.New W.Smyrna H Andrews are over.and visiting twin boys her, :

    make the Southern people the year will be worth three quarter Sheppard is over 'from Daytona I John, is a splendid. substantial struct parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Deen. She : Everything new and first-class. Meals cooked

    best President have of a million dollars at least and visiting her aunt Mrs. R. C. BoshnelL II accompanied by her sister.in-law.
    they ever : !
    ure.W. Miss Georgia Andrews, of Mt. Olive, to order. Short orders a specialty. Fresh
    rit O. Baker bright light at the
    had. our growers should be alive to A comparative quietness bangs over was a N

    L. _ the proposed organization for the the town since the students left this patron school meeting here Thursday C.Messrs.. T. C. Mask and Albert Prevail : oysters received eveiy day. Tables for] I

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    The present import duty on oranges week. night. Oscar is as unconquerable as spent Saturday in Jacksonville ::: !
    : benefit of the queen of fruits andto Jonah and the whale at the fish supper taking in the double-headed ball games families and private meals. Week tickets,

    will continue, the special the inestimable advantage of Two good teachers wanted at Boelar'sStho1totake below deck. between Jacksonville and Columbia in ; :

    session of congress declining to all those engaged in this charm- .. courses and assist part Uu __a. u_.._.. __u_ __.. .,..___'- he afternoon and the great scenic 21 meals for #> Regular meals 30 cents,) It.
    .u u-
    OK cae time.Choice jurs. noneet xt ei nervunnuu melodrama "the Midnight "
    4L_ make any change; in the present ing industry. Adopt improved, Western and Florida beef ter. MI. Fraokie, and Mrs.. S. E.Smith: Mabel Paige theater in the Express evening., at I ; Commutation tickets, $3.50 for-$3.00. ,- ,

    duty of 80 cents on the hundred. returned from a berry trip to Obediah : While there they were the guests of II'
    modern methods in
    the handlingand pork mutton sausage, etc., at the
    -' ? pounds. marketing of our fruit. It Marsh Market. island Friday, with twenty one quarts heir cousin and aunt Mrs. J... Frazee. II'II'; MEAL HOURS : 5:30: to 8:30: 1 11 1 to 3, 5to8J

    _ Have some fun this summer with a: and as meek as Moses.
    will pay us to do so ; and let this II'
    J4t The naval stores operators of; kodak. We have the very best for saleor Mrs. C. H. Cade left Wednesday to :
    t 4 Florida, who have been hard hit be done through organization. to rent. Reeve & Howard. visit relatives at Lake Helen and De- A Human Match Factory. ;II' We also have....... .

    for several years by the trust octopus There are millions of dollars in- The new Townsend house, being Land Little Johny Cede, a grandson l =: NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
    vested in the industry of from Seville accompanies her. Mrs. The body of the average maD contain II'
    orange finished on east New York Ave.. is
    consolation of
    have the Cede l is most estimable unselfish lady. phosphorus sufficient to make 483,840 ; Akos & Lena Proprietors
    Florida. a
    In other businesses in another pretty home at DeLand. I
    matches, enough to fill about
    6,000 boxes
    seeing their worst enemies sentenced .
    '.c which there is large capital invested Mia. Unie Harden of Orange City was W. T. Walters Pler oD's unwavering I Mowing eighty matches to the box. 'bi"*'f"*...f........................f..IU....
    to the penitentiary.There I
    there is an effective ID the city daring commencement and depot agent was out antoraobiling with Phosphorus is one of fourteen elements _
    or- .
    I __
    Into the --- ---
    was the guest of Miss Mabel Dade. bis stunning, queenly favorite bent girl entering composition of the body.It h
    7 will be no diminution of ganization to the advantage of Is divided among the bones flesh nervous -- -.
    Hon. Cary D. Landis Dr. O. W. Sunday afternoon. They sure make a
    system and other organs. Without
    all interested.The
    H state taxes this year as was hoped Fisher and County Clerk S. D. Jordan striking couple-true graduates of love. DhosDhoms the- brain- wnnM h*...ak-' tha KLICKER BROSI

    for by the people and the legislature pent over. Sunday last on the coast Mr!?!. F. Swartengreen and handsome bQdfOOble., and the bc.i'M'o; disintegrate ;. I
    .' 60 days session of the
    leg- leaving man a squldy Invertebrate -
    which baa been in session Miss Grace Gould has returned from little granddaughter home loving folk
    In the The 1.1 1.1C.
    islature squirming dust.
    to end perfect
    comes an at 12
    for sixty days, apparently made Philadelphia where she has been for a of south Pierson, left Thursday to visit health of the human body requires a perfect Merchant Tailors!

    c I no effort to bring this desired relief o'clock tonight. Many bills were year attend'ng a school in osteopathy.Miss the former home-at 'New Hmvrna. She balance of the constituent elements I
    on the calendar not acted uponas is possessed of an exceptionally lovable of which It Is composed. The carbon

    f to the taxpayers. is the case at. every ees'sion l of alar teacher Lydia in Wlllitoski our county, a former schools pop now disposition. be Iron replaced, lime, sulphur as they, are sodium used, etc.up ,In must human all Five Doors South From Fisher's Corqei"

    Gilchrist the legislature; and it is well that' living at Atlanta, is here visiting her Miss Lillian Seablom of Ormond, and energy. Take all the Iron from the blood
    is making goodas
    some of them were not acted up- parents. Hiss Ellen Pomqnist, of Holly Hill attractive and the circulation stops. That's death. Suits for morning, noon and Suits of shades and pattern
    __ one of the beat governors the Change the proper proportion of these
    Plank's Chili TODlc for malaria. chill, winsome young ladies visited night, new,
    on, as they were not worth the substances to each other, destroy their
    State has ever had. He is tryingto ever, colds and grippe. Price 25o per their trlenda Misses Ida and Frederics Suits that fit you, too, Just Suits sup\rblyllaed all
    natural balance
    time it would take to consider In the body, and you destroy through
    1 be the Governor of the whole tottle. For sale at B. J. Ecclee & Co., Peterson here last week, departing the balanee of health. right and through,
    them. In was an expensive sea- rngglsts. Wednesday for DeLand. Suits well made
    people and not of a faction as TBE FOOD WE EAT. prices rlftntSuits! that are a bargain true-
    w'as the case during the two preceding sion forthe taxpayers, about $80- We have had eight months of very Mrs. J. A. Curry and little daughter, Where do these essential elements of Waiting here. When you appear. I

    000. The bill submitting the delightful weather and we should not stopping here, took an outing to Pa- vital force come from? from! the food i
    ; administrations. wo eat. How extracted CONSULTATION
    are they and dis
    prohibition matter the to complain of the warm spells we are to la tka last week. Upon her arrival bark the FREE.
    people they sus
    \ tA"H r'i'cat13'f.f
    the have. the next few months.In the handsome depot agent Walters tain? are::: : distributed !
    Fhorida has just passed through was most important meas- by the stomach and other of digestion
    organs KLICKER
    her and she the beamsat BROTHERS DeLand I
    ; .c ure the session acted The the Presbyterian church at the weighed tipped < and nutrition. What happens Floirda ,
    the best winter season in all her upon. Sunday morning service, :Mr Knapp 1)8) pounds of lovely lady sweetness. when the stomach l l.eak'1 The food
    i taxpayers; will feel relieved that Is only r aeImilated. _
    % h
    IV history. The ,orange crop was will speak on the general assembly haWeT'b.na:
    28 patrons etc., of this school prfcinct. And then. the balance I of
    K.JK fc fine,- her trucking business the end is at hand. which recently met at Savannah. signed a petition last week asking .health Is destroyed and there's bloodtrouble
    nerve"trouble, lung "trouble,
    *! i i. immense, the tourist travelwas DeLand Department Store F M. the honorable superintendent of heart 'trouble," or some other "trouble" I

    _ri ( J, :. record breaker and thereis Orange; is one of the countiesof Nash proprietor. agents fur Standard public instruction and the board. to send with the vital organs of the body. Pain .
    t .) l Is the hunger cry of the starved organs. -
    '- prosperity all over the state. Florida making great strides Fashion Book and Standard Designer Miss Emma A. Baker, ot DeLand, to What then Is the logical first step to 1 HomeTools

    ilJ the matter of good roads. aDd paterns We carry complete line tf teach the Pierson school the next term. .health Put the? stomach and organ of digestion

    After an absence of eight mouths Dr. Hurrah! for Mrs. Capt. John Horn of rml mUrltiim into a emuUtlon nf sound'cUh.
    Dogs having hydrophobia are '. .
    That just
    'Ida Z. Baerecke bas returned from this neck of paradise. While picking Is what Is done by Dr.
    from sections of Mrs a D. Jordan the hostess Piorce's Golden TModlcal Discovery and
    was at
    many Baltimore where she has been attend- blackberries TnesJay in Jones' bay she that Is Just the secret of the many marvelous
    the state. During the summer a pretty reception at her home on New log the clinics of Johns Hopkins and ran across a 9 foot rattle snake with 9 i cures effected by this remedy. If you have a simple
    York Ko medicine make fat -
    avenue Tuesday afternoon can or flesh.
    % months, when this disease is glvn the Woman's Medical College.Mrs rattles and a button, which she killed Food alone can make them. Only the kit
    j j.f. in honor of Miss Bena Waaa of Ferandma of home tools, yon
    with stick. and in its neat which was itomach and Its allied I o ex
    and little a
    the McCann
    .f. most prevalent among dogs daughter arrived fcanfnt:
    and Mbs Vera Parsons of Jackonville tract from the food the that .
    .; f_ the authorities .hould compelthe from Jacksonville the latter part I found near were 13 eggs of the poisonous make flenh and fat and sustain life. can save a great deal
    visiting friends in the .
    city of the week where she bas been visiting reptile ready to hatch. Nerve ,"" 'ra1i'r: : n\j medicine,, of inconvenience and
    owners to keep them muz- during commencement, arc mere fads, and ., stomach -
    % her sister. Mrs. D. A. Morrison. She I. H. A. Hansen is adding some splendid and orlansof digestion and nutrition ore--
    zled. para and distribute the food. I' money by making your
    I visiting her sisters, Mrs. W. C. Watts cozy Improvements to his handsome '
    Dr. florae's Golden Medical
    Yesterday was the anniversary of the aDd Mr. 8. A. Wood. home on Volnsla venne. Contractor Is not a cure-all. It does one Discovery thing It own repairs and doing

    The Governor has vetoed the birth of Ueff Davis, pre ldeat ot the Expecting to go north for the summer and builder Fred Hagstrom is doing the cures diseases. of the stomach and organs simple construction.
    .bill the coufederacy. The day has been made of digestion and nutritIon. The rest Na
    passed by present legislature a I will rent my cottage, near the work. Danlphns Anderson is also adding ture does. Nature feeds the nerves, enriches
    ', appropriating $163,000 to legal holiday In the southern state. each, tbree bedrooms, bath, electric the tip of completion to hI. and the blood heals the lungs and re

    the public schools that return an Tb. bank was cloned on this account h bte, all modern conveniences 300 feet his father's commodious packing houseon stores Medical the Discovery falling vital only powers.removes"Golden the BEN KUfftR

    1 average attendance of 80 percent and the poetoffice kept holiday bonn.a from the sort bathing from the first Michigan avenue. Fred and Daolphns obxtructlona. disease has put In Nature's C'-
    of a total enrollment a day of Jane till the first day of October are noble, unflinching mulligan wjTJ! pre Is no alcohol In '"Oolden ]Medical QUAUT1rooLS
    Mr. Stephen P. Blake, a college for$100. Everything famished. Also worker and thorough-going business Discovery and It contains neither opium,

    school year. The Governor Rives graduate this week, goes to Chicago I:. have other cottages for rout A. L nnbeatables, and always make a successof cncalne Pierce holds nor any no secrets other from narcotic.yon-he Doctor tells are the best for the home Wt,

    as a reason for vetoing the bill shortly to take the summer coarse at Miller Seabreeze, Fl. ff-11 what they undertake. you that the "Discovery" contains the S.. for they seldom require grinding -'

    that it is unconstitutional. the University of Chicago which great The following from these surroundings Queen's following root.Ingrndlnnts Stone root.: Golden Black, Seal Cherry-root. or sharpening 'never get

    lustitntion Is In affiliation with Stetson Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.The took la the Dreka & Co. redaction bark Bloodroot, Mandrake root and out of order or adjustment,
    Chemically Pure
    The office holders and University. In DeLand last week Mrs. G. Glycerine.
    : politicians annual meeting of the stockholders sale : Hag- From! Organic Medicines,* by Grover last a lifetime and ,
    made a death struggle fight I. of the Watts & Miller Co. will Strom and son Axel the P.t.noa.1a- Cue M. D.,of New York, we extract the are always
    before Mr. Blocker be held at their office on Monday. June ten. Ida and Frederics, Mrs.J. A. Harper following: '"UIdr tfl (Golden Seal) exerctes ready for any kind of work.
    thelegislature to Surprised. an Influence
    7. 1909. for the election of Director and : :; I over mucous All
    Miss Mary Harper. Miss Vernal surfaces. Upon the liver it acts with Kutter Tools fullY,
    : the bill throwing the city govern'ment Whereas. l). J. Blocker has been a to attend to such other business that Yarbrongb Mrs. Peter Pierson and son equal certainty and As a chola- guaranteed.
    : of Jacksonville under student of John B. Stetson University may come before them.C. gogu"" (liver Invlgoratorf.) It has few
    acommission. Eugene B. B. Minshew U. L Harper. equal. In affections of the We
    for 8. QAILBREATH: spleen and sell them
    the past nine and
    They didn't'pro- years daring Secty. and tress W. T. Walters. Archie and Ralph Pye, afxlomlnal viscera generally. It Is an
    time, by his sterling qualities of eniclont and reliable Also
    cbarao remedy.
    : Archie Powell Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ID
    "- pose to sit quietly and have thelegislature tar and bin. scrofula, glandular diseases generally,
    upright Christian
    .- take their fat manhood}, For Rent, Furnished. Baker H C. Price. Mr. and Mrs. U E. cutaneous eruptions Indigestion,debility,
    jobs has Ingratiated arrhoea and
    himself as -no stadenthas dysentery,
    At 8t. tine overlooking bay constipation """
    Angus A. Uagatrom and H. B Powell. "
    : : pllos and all
    from them._without protest; for ever done before with the entire and ocean, for one mouth or four charges." and critical dis WATTS &

    "they had to live.. student body, causing It to admire, respect months, residence in splendid neighbor There was an eventful time at Vo- fo' Eiilngwood M.D..says of MILLER CO. Deland, FIllAYARD "
    'I and love him, and In recognitionof I hood.' four large bed rooms' parlor lusts Lodge No. 77. F. &. A. M., at (CoIIIDsonla). .tlmula" the as-saj I
    Inlng-room kitchen bath, etc. Toileton Barbervtlle Saturday nigbt, when L. D. acts as a tonic to enfeebled muscular
    ; The members; the State RailRoad the influence he has exerted on the structure of the heart
    and has
    both floors no linen or silver. t36.00 a direct 1R: 11().e"""'
    Powell of this piece, and Luke Pal- : ..
    student for Inlliience upon atonic(weak) and ( .10 'Vc,' ..
    Commission body moral righteousnessby : per month from dilated : 4j e:8t: ; r'Ir'A A..j
    I 1 are very sensi- July.C. more, of Seville,, took the fellow craft or. otherwise Impaired conditions of the ; iM..o. :tr
    precept and example, we, his fellow- F HOPKINS. veins. It Is
    a specific remedy In .
    :tire to made of of
    and J. A. this villa.
    any degree Harper
    students present him with this small St. Augustine, Fla In catarrhs! gastritis where the circula
    ,4$ 'thefr acts by the Florida. 'press.; token of oar appreciation upon bis departure ..._as initiated____n_ _Into___ the___ work In._.._ of n the___ lion Is dnr,' tlvo. It either alone or third or masters degree. Volaula LodgeIs ome with hydra tls, Is of first Import : w_ __________ .
    't Out of about. 120,000 In fines.ordered from us, wishing him a mostsuccessful ance. They Increase the appetite aid .
    and happy career In hI. life Land Wanted. In a'very healthy flourishing condition greatly Improve-ihe digestion and assimi I .
    against corporations Representlni
    r some lation
    I I and its) numbers are constantly of food. Good for rectal pains and the leading Am.rl.

    .v f'flve; hundred been collected. :The always assuring remember him Cb.t..11410.....fellows oar "Uncle will i want' Florida improved Increasing and I.. ranks comprise as piles tonic of of the direct pregnant aDd permanent woman. Is InllaeD a heart I can Fire' Insurance Companies,

    : 'L. A N. By. 'contiues' to charge nan... good citizens as there are la the land of Excellent 10 the bicycle heart In rhenmatlc among which Is the .. ." ,
    Colli. nnammatlon
    -'passengers' four and' five, cents Newly $35 worth of .books were presented -. or unimproved lands. flowers! and the ,lodge Is also in- good &broal.. .and clergyman's sore I AETNA\ ,

    ;: shape financially.The American Dlspensatorv! lays of T:t>vws. I OF HARTFORD
    ; Tpcrmll., and ;the' Commission to him.DeUgrlul Must be rich, clear and root, -stimulates. digestive. organs: ta-

    (' "can do nothing to induce, the L. -. boose germ weaner Is at work creases action of heart and arteries..., I I Ia
    stimulant .
    !' ANv to change its opinion. 'The Entertainment to Be Chen cheap. Owners reply. here. Only 18 eases of chain-lighting\ cough rem..y-ac.and.l tonic aa Very. ledall"fur-valuable as With us since- i87a.
    I ( Give I for whiles and 93 of'ths rowdyism for then valuablo aa aD al&eraUv.. DWELLINGS' F
    conspicuous feature$ in the I at the Public School Auditorium. only., full detailsin d CO'lTS
    most The
    darkeys were landed here this month People'. Common Sense Medical ----------------.; -______ SPECIALTY,
    ..;life. of ,thla:'Uommfa.Ion I is 'the On Jane 17th 'the todies/Aid SocIety .first l letter, or don't against 49 la April The- germ weanerIs Adviser consultation I. a and Valuable I I. free work T from5iS5SSSffi for frequen Compare .-------------.------

    'happy regulation", to the minute, of the Presbyterian church. wilt give Is a cigarette nicotine killer also,..,and term. h eonlalD. over one tecbnlca thousand and liberal our comprehen.lve ,
    write L. HARRIS
    an entertainment at the public school W.. woe onto the donkey leech .that givetb "" 'of fO'D18! With others

    ;''wi ,,,'-which ,ltemeinbers.4r4h.1r ; aa4lt r1am. The program will eotwUt 936 Monroe St. Chicago hi* neighbor drink or cigarettes. The pay cost E. H. B<
    unearned, salaries' every r little flexible ] 7itampVor In HAYWARD.NO. 37S. BOULEVARD
    of a bright comedy. and. several : pe Clf.rotI8,11qaow, drinking to dangeroas elo'b'bouDd paper cover or ? a

    <' th" pleasing specialities. ( ; III/ to good morals order health, and the PI..,BlllaJo COPt.;M.Y.Add,. DootoiIi&,v. .f ." " ,." ,-,- .CoX
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    ..: . I .H FNt> NN+41..1+}.++if +++++*MEatabliabeft LOCAL SYNOPSIS Fine rains fell at DeLand last Sat-

    urday and Sunday afternoon.Mr. .. .

    and Mrs. Perkins Smith were
    1878 THE IMPORTANT HEWS! ITEMS Ol' over from New Smyrna the latter part

    THE FAST WEEK. of the week.Manager .
    'epartmelttCr Johnston of the Painter $9.00SUIT
    s Local and lo il.tr Itvml for tb. r.opl*>. Printing Co., was at Jacksonville on
    Paper.-Brief Mention of Want* Men
    tot .. business the first of the week.
    by our .po..r.
    ref Mr. J. A. Allen, who has been in

    TO EAT TO WEAR TO USE Did you watch the luna eclipse last the North on a visit several weeks, is SALE ATFOUNTAIN'S '
    evening? expected home the first of the week.

    I = Mr. E. O. Painter was here from Special city election next Thursdayto
    Jacksonville, attending commencement. elect three councilmen in place of

    ' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bond left Fri Messrs. Bielby, Jackson and Wilson re

    ITS NOW ON day last for Willoughby, Ohio, for signed.
    the summer. Miss Rena Waas, who was the guestof

    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bond returned Mrs. W. A. Allen over commence-

    the. first of the week from a visit to ment, returned Wednesday to her ,
    10 Days ONLY W Days Jacksonville.Mrs. home at Fernandina.Mr. .. .

    Frank Demick, a graduate from r
    S. A. Wood will spend the I -
    summer months in the mountains of Stetson, came up from West Palm
    S -- Beach the first of the week to at-
    North Carolina.Mr. tend commencement.Mr. Judge J. Lee McCrory went to Day- Messrs. J. Lee McCrory, I. T. Blane On June 19th the government will
    The J Pelot, a recent graduate from tona Wednesday on business. and W. S. Taylor were elected district conduct an examination at this place
    Biggest Wells of Port
    and Mrs. I. J.
    Stetson, was here attending the com Hon J. B. Conrad has been downon school trustees, for DeLand, at for mail carriers for the city free mail
    I mencement exercises. Orange, spent the past week at De- the East Coast this week on busi the election held last Saturday. A delivery. Applicants ,who propose_ to

    Quite a number of Stetson students, Land, the guests of County Treasurerand ness. light vote was cast, less than fifty take the examination should see 'Postmaster -.
    Sale South Vinzant.
    Mrs. J. J.
    living out of the State, took the river Dr. Hulley and family leave today Dean Farrah and I Hon. James W. electoral voters. To these schools and Allen, who can give you! any
    trip to Jacksonville.Mr. for the vacation. They first Perkins returned this week from a visit I'unils these are important offices, and information desired as to this civil ser-
    William J. Fjelds, Jr., has to the State capital. people should take more interest in vice examination. There will be 'several '
    Florida I Has pur- go to Ohio, where Dr. Hulley has several -
    such The
    matters. three elected willIe
    good appointments
    positions to which -
    chased the G. T. Haynes cottage on lecture engagements to fill. Ted Hcimbcrgcr has gone to Day
    West alive to every interest of our city will have to be made. A fair
    New York Avenue
    tona to position In the hard
    accept a
    Mrs. D. A. Morrison of Jacksonville,
    chools. The DeLand
    public school iscue salary goes with each position. De-
    Ever Known The county commissioners and has been visiting her sisters here, Mrs. ware store of Mr. Maley.
    of the largest and 1 finest in the Land will have a free mail delivery
    school board will hold the June sessions W. C. Watts and Mrs. S. A. Wood, and Fred Botts is another DeLand bar- county. The total registration for the I! some time during the summer.Kraae'B .

    next Monday and Tuesday. attending the commencement exercises. rister. He graduated from the law de- term just closed was about 400, and I ---

    Sheriff Ed Smith has been over the Miss Elizabeth Hughlett's younger partment of Stetson this week, and he the number attending will be much i Bicycle Repair Shop. 110 N.
    county this week summoning jurorsfor sister and mother were here from Cocoa is a bright and honorable young man. I irgcr for the succeeding term. I I Boulevard. 1-8 tf
    sN The Mill and Factory next week's term of the criminal to attend commencement, Miss Fred 1 will make his mark at the bar. I
    court. Elizabeth being a graduate from college Mrs. Lyman, of DeLand is at the -
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Boyd leave : Aragon. Today she and Mrs. R. L. -- --- ------ ---- --- - --

    today for Pennsylvania, in which State Rossie Bushnell left this week for Stringfellow and Master Francis \

    + SYNDICATE SALE! they will spend a portion of the sum- the North to learn the successful pointsin Stringfellow go down to the Continental YOU MAY DIE I

    mer months. the piano trade, He will be at for about a week.-Jacksonville

    Mr. W. B. Fudger was at DeLand the Ocean Grove, New Jersey, most of the Metropolis.

    1 latter part of the week. Will yet rep- time, and will not he back before fall. )Hon. J, E, Alexander will return NEXT WEEK I

    DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND resents, on the road, the big candy One of the promising men who grad home from Tallahassee tomorrow, and
    Manufacturing firm of Jacksonville.The uated from Stetson this week Is Mr. will devote his entire time to his law I

    cad sale of lands, advertised for Stephen P. Blake, son of !Mr. and Mrs.. practice. While in the legislature the
    LOST OPPORTUNITY last two months his law offices over In what condition will your family be when deprived -
    ash taxes in the Daytona Gazette-News the E. G. Blake, of Lake Helen, a young
    past month! will be held before the man that will make his mark for goodin the bank have been closed. of your support?

    For I NEVER RETURNS | court house door, commencing :Mon life. A negro by the name of Frazier Is your estate properly protected by insuranceon

    brutally assaulted a six old negro life?
    :1s Mr.[ Carter Thompson arrived Tues- year your I
    - -- day.The
    ---------------------i, mother and sister of Miss Eliza- day, and he and Mrs. Thompson, nee child in the colored Odd Fellows' If not, don't you think that it should be?
    z beth Carson came from Kissimmee for Emily May, left the following day to Hall the latter part of the week. This J These are pertinent questions. Do not delay I
    I G. A. DREKA & CO. Phone* Nos. { g,, the commencement. Miss Elizabethwas spend a few days at Kissimmee with negro fiend is in jail, and will be tried I their consideration too long.
    the fall of the circuit for
    it term court
    -* one of the college graduates of friends. !Mr. Thompson will locate at
    n capital offense, and his neck will --
    Stetson this week. DeLand for the present.
    B, $ Deland Florida probably break. The child has since We represent a company which needs no Introonctton-
    The Record's force has been tryingto Miss Marion Jackson, last year's college -
    been in serious condition.Si .
    > take care of a large rush of com- graduate from Stetson University a THE MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YORK
    :2NT Morris, who keeps the Casino at
    mercial job printing the past two weeks came over from the Eustis' hometo
    1 +++++++++++.4+++++++. M tt* .....MM *$+$.*+*> +.tt4Flt and most of the news matter appearingin attend commencement exercises. Daytona Beach, is in jail, failing to Drop in and talk it over with us.

    these columns this week is machineset. While in the city she was the guest of give bond in the sum of $Z50 upona
    her friend Miss Marion Coulter capias issued 1 from the criminal court
    charging him with selling whiskey. 11'\ Real! Jeatate
    Watermelons are becoming plentifulin Mrs. Carson left Monday for Jack- TBfl. <5oul6
    Morris was in DeLand at the time \1.1. rind 1Jnaurance
    For Vulcanized Asphalt Roofing the DeLand market, and are selling sonville, where she spends a day or >
    I I Prosecuting Attorney Bert Fish had 1 1I .
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    at prices where everybody can have two. The'professor left Tuesday night,
    I lie capias issued for the arrest. Morris -
    them. They are unusually fine this both sailing from Jacksonville Wednesday ..
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    For Calcimo Wall Finish ; was already under bond for selling
    year. The luscious cantaloupes are in, for New York. They will spend
    ''hom e. He will be tried at next week'steen
    For Stoves and RangesFor too, in great abundance. the summer vacation in Philadelphia.The of the criminal court.A -

    Standard Plumbing Goods Miss Helen Dozier of Orange City, Misses Dinning who attended
    peculiar accident happened to the
    For Paints and VarnishesIn who completed a four years' course at Stetson the past year, Wednesday Gould Cadillac auto Tuesday afternoon. DeLand Electric Light, Power & Ice Company
    .s Stetson this week, graduating from the for their home at Franklin, Ky. They
    While Mr. Wootten was driving it on
    best grades obtainable _'_ .._ I Academy, left Wednesday for La- were accompanied by Miss Frances the Boulevard it ran into an oak at DELAND, FLORIDAWe
    Grange, Ga., where her mother and Gardner, who spends the summer vacation -
    the Michigan avenue crossing. A sharp
    lei I little sister. Miss Elizabeth, spend- the former home at Glasgow,
    are at
    see ("'
    R. D. MCDONALD end of the frame went into the trunkof
    the In Stock
    ing summer. Carry
    Ky.Mr. the tree five inches, and had to be
    gas Mrs. Kiker arrived from Americus, E. Lenox returned the first of chiseled out. When the machine had ELECTRIC MOTORS
    -- Ga., last week, having been telegraphedfor the week from a few weeks' stay on been extricated to the surprise of Mr.
    ugh = --- --- ------ when her sister, Mrs. Isabelle he coast, and leaves today for Dry- Gould and the machinist there was ii andHEATINO

    VILU hda 1 1I McCrory, sustained serious injuries den, Mich., where he spends the summer nothing found injured about the car
    e- I THE OCEAN D7onaBeac from being thrown from her buggy at months with a son. Until he returns except the hood smashed a little. DEVICES

    Lake Helen, who is now receoveringfrom in the fall his shoe repairing The tree was damaged more than the ...._..__uu__._.__uuuu__
    said injuries. business will be closed. machine
    I On Display
    Word received at DeLand the Miss Lena Conkling, the well known
    !Mrs Charles \V. Price, who was
    Beach overlooking the Ocean.
    ii On the latter part of the week of the deathof and popular soprano, who graduated in visiting at Jacksonville, died there last i FANS HOUSEHOLD

    Newly furnished. Modern conveniences. !Mrs. Monroe Heath, the aged voice this year under Prof. Phillips, :Monday of blood poison. The Friday
    mother of Messrs. Ernest and Arthur will return next fall for another year preceding the disease suddenly -- 1 IRONS WATER
    - appeared
    Delightfully located. Opens for the Heath. These families have passed of voice and other work. This will be in a cold sore on her lip and at i HEATERS, PERCOLATORS

    summer season, May 1. For rates, muny winters at DeLand and have good news to the many friends who once became virulent. She was at once
    considerable property interest here. have enjoyed Miss Conkling's singingin taken to a hospital but the poison I ETC.

    etc., address me at Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Winters came the past. could not be arrested. Mr. Price
    , from Jacksonville the latter part of Mrs. A. H. Alexander left Monday brought her remains here Tuesday, the Oar contract are made with the uisnafacturers of devices that are

    i last week to attend commencement exercises for Asheville, N. C, where she will funeral taking place from the home time aud labor saving, all well as the most economically operated.

    tore. QrIA. TO. Hlcott .- .- .- manager :! at Stetson, both being gradu- make an extended visit with a sister. Wednesday afternoon, Dr. Harkness
    ates from that institution. While at De- Mrs. M. Boyd left !Monday for Canton ilficiating. Messrs. Allen & Co., funer-

    Land they were the guests of Mrs. Ga., to remain some time with a III 1 directors; the interment at Oak- .
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    pie Winters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.lIelL niece. She was accompanied J by Miss dale. -- ---

    ..os __ .\ Ann Teasely, who lives at Canton, and I Probably the largest rattlesnake XXSCXSXSXSXEXX xxx

    sal A very pretty wedding was solemn- has been _attending Stetson. I killed in this county for many years is .--
    ized by Rev. Campbell Gray at St. Bar- Eric Bellamy, a negro grocery delivery the one killed near the home of Mr.! Economical Housewives
    nd J. F. ALLEN & CO. nabas' church on Sunday, at 5:30: p. boy, was bound over to the Jan Clifton, in the Spring Garden section :
    , ''III., that of Mr. Nave Elias Coury and criminal court Tuesday in the sum of about ten miles north of DeLand r have found our store /

    ata Miss Turkia Misleh. The happy couple '$200, charged with assault. He had by Mr. C. C. Lastinger last Sat- blessing.. Here you //,
    Volusla County
    Leading Furniture House in the two occasions, as from the The feet and
    have gone to housekeeping new on appears irday. monster was seven find the best only
    house of Mr. T. N. Page just north evidence given at the committing trial, long with his head cut off in the terrible the best ( f
    Wisconsin avenue. winked at a respectable white girl Monday battle. With the head added the

    R "DROP IN" The capitalists who have had the as he passed her home on Florida length was 7 1-2: feet. There were :23 GR'.11111111111111111111111111111.: :::> OEE.IES_,

    big tract of land in the Lake Ashby venue. eggs about the sire of hen's eggs. This Always fresh, always clean
    Newest section on the market, have sold it all Rev. D. J. Blocker, who graduated rattler has been here since the '94 and wholesome. Staple and i i
    and see our out into plots and lots. So success from the college department of Stetson freeze, as there were 14 rattles and a [fancy goods for some of whichwe I
    ful have they been that hey are buying I this week, has been a student of button. Mr! Lastinger has the skin, are the exclusive agents.
    :a Styles in Parlor and another tract from the E. W. Bond I that institution for eight years, and his and will sell it. It was the greatest [1 Oar accurate tree and delivery efficient.is prompt Try us.,

    Lumber Co., and have Surveyor W. A. leaving DeLand will be sincerely regretted lighter Lastinger had ever tackled.

    ;G Dining Room fur.ys McBride surveying it up into lots and by his many friends here. He Judge Stewart and Messrs. II B. AS IN THE PAST
    are selling it off already. is a young man of fine attainments Stevens and J. P. Mace attended the

    niture. Prof W. Y. Mickle, of the Stetson and is beloved by all. He will be orange growers convention at Tampa We shall carry only the best and
    Business College, left Tuesday night prominent in the Christian work of this week. Judge Stewart reports that
    for Jefferson, N. Y., where he spendsthe Florida in the future, choosing the it was the greatest convention of fruit most complete line of Groceriesin

    summer vacation. The professor ministry as a profession.Talk inert ever held in Florida. There were the future as has made our
    Fla. about reduction sale, Messrs.G. some four or five hundred orange
    co.DeLand turned out a big class of graduatesfrom big
    No.cia &
    J. F. ALLEN his department this week and has A. Dreka & Co. have' a sure enoughone growers present, and the greatest of Interest store the popular place it is today.A .

    done a fine year's work. He has a on. The big store, as well as the was taken in the proceedings, especially -

    very fine system, one the students get annex, has been crowded with buyers in the report made to the con- H WOODALL Phone 79
    on to very quickly, and a most efficient every day since the opening last Thursday vention by the delegation of growers
    . Weber Lester.' Mathushek, Ludden & Bates, Estey, system. morning. It is the largest and who had just returned from California,
    . Pianos. Mr. Doyle E. Carlton, who grad- most successful sale''ever held in where an investigation was made of the
    Pianola -- ------ ----- --
    Steck, Chickering and uated from the college this week, had south Florida. Mr. Dreka had to sell orange industry of that State; the care ------- --- -

    father, mother and sister with him the goods: before he began building the of the trees and the methods of picking, MARKET
    H. his 6
    :tl' LUDDEN & BATES S. M. from the Wauchula home during new,. handsome block in the place of grading, !packing and shipping of the THE MARSH OWe

    Jacksonville, Fla. commencement. Mr. Carlton has beenat he present structure, and all goods fruit. Judge Stewart says the reportof handle the best meats to be had, both Florida and
    Y I' v exemplary were marked down out of sight This this delegation will be of incalcula-
    Stetson eight years very !'
    I with the outs of
    Fla. man, and has before him a big>! sale will close tomorrow. blek> benefit to the orange growers of Western. can supply you '
    '" C. C. CECIL. Special Representative eL0d' young promising future. He has always been The June term of the criminal court the State if they should follow the anything in our line. Courteous attention sad prompt

    esteem by the De- Tuesday and Judge Perkins methods reported by this delegationand '
    held in very high meets next delivery. ,Give us your next order.
    the knowledge gained by the.tripto
    Land people. will preside for.his first term.
    WELSH The Record gives up considerable of Attorney Bert Fish succeeds Mr. Perkins the orange''belt of' California. He MARSH BROTHERS 'DeLand
    JOHN B. its space this week 'to( the University as the court' prosecuting attorney says the large number of growers present

    commencement exercises, and It makesno Judge Stewart'' retires from the decided on a corporation of ''the --,
    ORANGE CITY. ,, FLA. apologies for doing so, for this bench after' having been ,the judge of orange'industry 'of Florida and efforts "

    ..---. great educational institution, the prideof the court since its establishment, seventeen will be made to get all the growers into "THE MARKET'. ,

    FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES DeLand and of the State, deserves I year ago, and he has made an this corporation. If this i la successful LEONARDY ;BROS. PHOPM.I
    the Florida fruit in the future will .
    CIGARSDR''QOODS all the publicity possible; It Is doing: exceptionally: fine. judge,' the *u-
    TOBACCO l1oas AND; HATS, ETC., BTC.- a great work for the young 'men and preme court w. believe, having' never demand. a ,better price in the markets Choice Northern and Florida Beef, Mutton;, pork,
    of Florida. She is having a reversed him In his rulings. He has hr"i-ghout the shipping season, and '' ,
    and all first women future been thc'fro'it, will arrive in the market Saiisage Hams and Bacon. Fish.- Always the best
    Canned"OoodTcona'tantly.on:; ; ;;;t hand big prosperity, with a brighter a competent and] important judicial '
    Beat and Freshest would not be De- officer and retire from the lit better shape, and show;; up,, ito and
    Groceries for your table' ahead, md DeLand I l in!! the''market. Prompt polite attention t Your r
    class better
    much advantage compared
    Conaectloa.n B. Stetson University. l- bench splendidrecord, not as n
    Market la Land without., ,the John with ,a .one .
    " ,Country.Produci BouKbt.. A Flrst-cla.......... .e.Meat:...., prices excelled by any judge,of the State with!! former shipments_,o>LcropL) .... patfonage..solicitecl. J :'afr+ ,
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