The Volusia County record
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Title: The Volusia County record
Uniform Title: Volusia County record (De Land, Fla. 1888)
Alternate Title: Record
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: William A. Cook
Place of Publication: DeLand Volusia Co. Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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One of the most noticeable of the explethe PRIMARY. Candidate for County Commissioner 4J)I****************** i ) ... .. ..

UHIIKCH \\'hleh In-set the rapid $.?.oo. ,
writer I Is the In accordance with the call of the .. -"V
I n-putltlnu of that after a andidate {for Member County ViL ,
V sentence, Democratic Executive Committee of School Board :; V i
V containing/ an Intervening the State of Florida. made at a meeting $5.00. : 'i 'I

-_ AV AV proposition( bem-lug upon the main of said Committee held in the City $1.00.Candidate for Justice of the Peace, | i LEADING
stutimieut. Few
author. Indeed there
('f Jacksonville Florida on the nth !
Candidate ;
".,1 are who have not at some time experienced for Constable $1.00. c
_ _. V V1 ( ; day of February 1908 the Democratic NOTICE OF V'V; ,
the risk If not the reality of being Executive Committee of Volusia County Each CANDIDACY I CANDIDATE '

emight In this verbal pitfall. The Florida, at a meeting held in De- name printed person on desiring the to have his I.:

illllU'Ulty of avoiding It Is due to the Land, Florida on Tuesday, March 24th. ballots as a candidate primary for election
Infanta Children. fact Hint all the do and issue the any county
; and traditions of the 1908. make hereby following office and members of the legislature
speech are In Its favor. The repetitionof call for a Democratic Primary *ali file with the chairman FOR
r 1 CftMtOrla ,. a:harmless substitute 'for'Cwtor-OU'Pare.) I : (lie conjunction In mich coses has Ejection: to-wit: of this : i
a committee before
on the
,. goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. ItotaIn very undent and honorable history. It The said Primary Election will beheld of April A. D. 1908 notice 30th of Jay hn .( V'_
neither : ,
Opium Morphine other Narcotic
nor Is frequent la Auglo-Suxon, and the at the legal( polling places In each candidacy and application to have his
4 ttubtttai.ee. V It destroys Worms and allays 1<'ever lhnelt80 election district in Volusia County, I UNITEDV !
Home statement Is true of later imme so printed, with
; It cures rUnrrhoaa and wind Colic. It relieves Teeth- Eng during the hours fixed by law for accompanied a ,,
lish. Chaucer for MMn of fixed by the _
Instance money County
inn and cures Constipation. It rrnrulates the says: holding elections, on Tuesday. the igth V
} Stomach and liowels. giving henlthy anct natural sleep. V There I Is a law that aayeth thus day of May 1008, for the nomination Committee not exceed.ng. five per cent
The CUlldren'k That If In of the annual compensation of the of-
. $ ) ranacea-Tho Jtlother's friend. That In a another man one point be aggrieved ..f all Democratic candidates for office Ike. : STATES
he shall be
: The[ Kind ;You relieved. State and County to be voted for by CANVASS OF RETURNS. :
HavoA1vsBought, : There are occasions. Indeed when this tin, Democratic electors at the general The Democratic j.s
County Executive
repetition becomes necessary to preserve election to be held November 30, 1008! !; :
1 :Bears the of Committee of this County will at 2 i |
Signature SENATOR
____ clearness In
consequence of the and to be appointed by the Democratic o'clock aid
p. 111., May ; 1908, meet at it
Intervention of several clauses. In governor of the State between the the rounty court house in DeLand

modern dnys however. tbe practice has dates of holding of the said primary 1'iorula, and publicly canvass the re-

been HO frowned upon that the employment lection and the time of the holding the turns and declare what candidates have

of the ,Hecond that has been reduced primary election in A. D., 1910. been nominated by majority vote lor

to It.. lowest poxBlble limits. Yet SECOND PRIMARY. inch county office, and in what such DUNCAN U.FLETCHER'Stands I
I'In Idlouis die hard.. Provided, That a second primary,
uud this one has been rases a second primary will have to be
/.Use ,For Over', '3O Years. so Ingrained Into the texture of the where necessary under the provisionsof held l, and to transact such other business -
said laws shall be held
fV ...... ........, race that few on Tuesday, as shall come before it.
V V or..,omVII, 0_.''' "Uft. C'V. persons there are who
V the of A. D.
t .no" after 16th day June, 1908 to W. S. Thayer Chairman. for These Principles :
composing rapidly do not find It 11:
choose between the highest candidates
c.. W. Fisher. Sec.DRIVER .
Incumbent upon them to cot out a redundant where nominations shall not have been Control of I....-..... Carrier or .1It..-..... .

that which In an unguarded made by majority vote in the first Co......... Coxaralaatoa.
iProfessionaLarbs.( V/OLUSIA ABSTRACT moment hus escaped from tbe ANTS.The Favore
INVESTMENT: and TITLE INSUR- pen.- primary election and at such second Income Tax.
"- Professor Thomas It. Lounnbury la primary election only such electors as Stand I
-- ANCE COMPANY. lor Tariff Revision and Benefit to
: Harpor's. were qualified to vote at the first Way Then Faroeious Little Inset Florida Farmer and Fruit Grow... V 'i
I Bert Flub Cary O. Landis. primary election shall be permitted to Defy th. Freihete. Duty oa Egyptian Cotlon.Government V

.i -. President Sec y and Treas. A Versatile Muilolan. vote. There are certain ants that show
'fToBNEY and COUNSELOR-AT- There was "no halfway work" about The Democratic (State) Committee Appropriation for.: Harbor
wonderful lut-lllgcucu, and the "driver Inland Rivera and
Abner railing said primary election in Waturwwyn.Oppoaed .
LAW Titles Insured. Rlggs praise for anything lie
Abstracts furnished and titles perfect approved.( Consequently, the person with laws hereby declares the ants" not only build boats, but launch to Trusts and all Monopolloa.

$!. 'D Land. : ? Florida.. ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup who asked him about his niece's musical term and conditions on which legal them too. Only l these boats are fonned Favora Cnrrenor ReformAt V J

plied. electors offering to become candidates, of their own bodies.
Practice in State and Federal Volusia ability was prepared for an enthiiHlustlc to such election shall be ....e.'.'..." ... :'
Court Opposite County Bank. answer. or vote at regarded They are culled' "drivers" because of .e.........
.. DELAND and taken as proper member
"That girl Is chock full o' music," .')f the Democratic party and therefore their ferocity. Nothing can stand before -- -- ,- -

&: ELY announced Mr. Rlggs/ "chock full and entitled' to participate and be candidates the attacks of these little crea DeLand Churches. Christian Church
;jtSWART ,
CHOICE PEACH LAND running over with It. In my opinion before and vote at such elections, tures. Large pythons hare been killed Services In the Christian chnrch as

I she will be, tbe greatest musician that' as follows: by them in a single night while chick usual next Lords Dav. S. S 10 a. m.

$| ATTORNEYa-AT-LAW. ,I INtUb FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. ever come out of :New England, I If not QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDI- ens lizards and other animals In went- Presbyterian Church Sermon 11 a. m. Subject "Christian
-- or these United States. DATES. ern Africa flee from them In terror. Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp, Pastor." Inter-dependence". Endeavor 645
$10.00 to $100.00 P B A C E : p.
. in Bank Building. DELAND. I K, Sunday school at 9.43. Morning ser.
"Pings like a bird plays the m. The union service will be *
Inuioh office over Postofflce DAY'ON A piano, Those, and only those persons shall To protect themselves from the heat vice of worship and sermon at 11 evening
___ ___ Dot Peach Section la the Stat. melmleou. pipe organ banjo and gui- be permitted to become candidates be- they erect arches under which numerous o'clock. held hero at 7.150. A. P. Frost of

H S. A. BAKER. Seville Fl. tar. Most anything thai can be played fore or to vote at or participate in the armies of them pass. lu safety, _.- Wlnona Minn., will preach. There
=: First :M. E. will be special music. Everybody In-
D. Landis Bert Flab that girl plays It-right off, as you management of any primary election Sometimes the arch Is made of grass Church

---- -'-- might say. Lately she', taken up the held by the Democratic party in Florida and earth and Is gummed together by Sunday school a. m; Preaching ser vited.(
LAND & FISH fiiMlo who white Democratic electors vice 11 .a. m, holy communion All J. W. B. Smith
"/ W. C. CANNONS' and tbe cornet and she's doing are some secretion and again It Is formed Pastor.
who declare their adherence the friends and strangers 'nvi ted.
: ; and"COUNSELORS- fine work with both of 'em." to by the bodies of the larger ants, which /

LTTORNEY8 AT-LAW Livery! Feed and Sale Stables. "She must be remarkably gifted," principles Democratic and party-National organizations, State of and the hold themselves together by their Union Services Meeting of the Presbyterian Church.The .

said the listener. "Is her voice soprano ounty-who are by the laws of the strong nippers while the workers pass The union services of the Presby. annual meeting of the Pre.brterlan
V! DeLand Florida Fine Fashionable Turnouts or contralto? ::;tate lawful electors of the district in under them. terian, Christian and First M. E. church and congregation

, Practice in State and Federal Bus meets all trains at A. C. L. Depot. "Either" said Mr. Riggs promptly, which they offer to vote who have At certain times of the year freshet Church will be held at the Christian I held on Tuesday evening April 7, at

-W, Court Harks oie"t mornln, and afternoon F. E. "just according to what's wanted and paid their poll taxes legally due not overflow the country Inhabited by the Church Sunday evening at '7:30. All 7.80: in the cnuroh auditorium The

Special facilities: for examining- and U. Ky trains nt Orange.tl.U'.ng nighttrain. the nature of the song. She's got both less than ten days before such primary "drivers." and It Is then that these nuts friends and strangers invited. reports of the treusurer and of all
land title at DoLand I Mail branches of the church's work will be
qualities.I And as for playing-well election is and who
held snail when go to sea. The rain comes suddenly, 'Vethodtst
both Hacks boats
I route meet at Bereafcrd.Oetle Episcopal CllQrch South. made Also, an election of trustees.
horses and oaretul drivers. no1"11 tell you, that girl can get challenged by any elector pledge in and the walls of their houses an Sunday school Tbe attendance of the entire church

I 112. MoCRORY, Phone 3. DeLand. Fla. more music'out of an Iron spoon and a writing upon oath before an inspector, broken In by the flood; but Instead of at 10a. ui; preaching every Sunday 11 .a. in.morning; Ep and congregation Is nrged.
tin dipper" than his honor to abide by and the
most could out of the support coming to the surface In scattered hundreds worth League at 6-43 m preaching
p. ;
best harmonica hat was ever made!" result of such primary and vote for the '
and off to destruction
nominee thereof. being swept at 7:80: p. m. Prayermeeting every Letter to H. J. WllmshurstDeLand.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Toutb's Companion. out of the rulus rises a black Wednesday
SEE T. E. ARNOLD QUICK night.H. Fla.
ball that rides safely on the water and F. HARRIS, P. 0.
Each elector qualified aid Dear Sir: Ten years there was
to vote in ago
OeLand Florida. For a sure-enough Opium From Lattuee. rrimi f.. elections shall have the rig'tc drifts away. one pare paint and 200adulterated; there
A sort of opium Is obtained from the At the first warning of danger the The Baptist Church. are now eight 200 adulterated
V vote for. pure
....- j Bargain in resident common lettuce. The scientists give it One candidate for United States little creatures run together and forma Services on Sunday at the Baptist about balf of the latter short-measure

,,11&4 B. Wtllhl. S. B. Wrlibl. Jr. a long name. which no doubt means Senator solid body of ants, the weaker In the church will be as follows: Bible hour beside

** WRIGHT;& WRIGHT, property. Located something very learned and profound One candidate for Governor center. Often this bull Is larger than 10 a. in. Public preaching! 11 o'clock. These is still bat one best and the

:. close in.. Price and and declare that they find important One candidate for Secretary of State a common cricket ball, and In this nay; Junior Y B. Y. P.. U. It p. m. Senior' B ilifference' ten gallons Devoe, goes aaIHI
P. U. 6 43
3j 'AtTORNEY8-AT-EAW.: ; differences between tbe opium of the One candidate for Attorney General, they float about, until they lodge : Evening/ service 7:811: !> aH eleven next bust-$5-In every ten
will OH administer' .dafter
r 155 NOTARIES PUBLIC terms right.DeLand lettuce and the opium of tbe poppy, One candidate for Comptroller against some tree, upon the branchesof the morning supper service. Yon ,"Jlllno.

'W tI at Telegraph'Office Co. but for all practical purposes the one One candidate: for State Treasurer which they are soon safe and IIOl1nd.Pearson's cordially Invited._ ar I A new ord hiss tow. up In ,,"Int; it
Realty Is Identical One candidate for Superintendent of in Strong: faint further
, FLORIDA.. with the other. Many a Weekly.GOVERNMENT I 'trimg 1 Knee
:a AND. man who baa eaten lettuce knows bow Public Instruction SI.! HaniHims' lliurch. .nd wear lotir; wvHk paint takes more

-... sleepy It causes him to become an hour One candidate for Commissioner of St. Barnnliaa' Episcopal church Roy. .allons and wears out sooner

- : |nsure with us. or so after dinner and the older the Agriculture, ANIMALS. Campbell Gray, Rector. The proper cost of a 10.gallon job 1 Is

K. ALEXANDER, lettucebe greater the sleepiness for One candidate for Railroad Commissioner Sandny, April S, fifth Sunday In Lent. $5O. Paint tbat takes. icnllons make

NoW'1e the time. la mature laituce milk Branding Th.m Is Provided For by '7 a. m. Holy Communion; 0... m MornIng It :$15. Paint that takes 13 itallons make
ATTQE1-AT-LAW. *f '. inot.cash the Jalce Is well One candidate for Adjutant General Army Regulation / prayer; 9.80: a. in. Sunday school; u *t0! Paint that takes 18 gallons make

for oeses. developed and all the properties of the One candidate for State Chemist, Whenever you see the letters "C. 10:80: a. m. High Celebration of Holy It :pin Paint that takes 20 gallons makesIt

Office In Bank Building opium are present.-London News. One candidate for State Attorney forth S." branded ou the left fore shoulderof Encbt let, with sermon. Services :flOO

,. DeLand Florida. U should be protected. ; Judicial Circuit. an animal, make up your mind at every weekday dating Lent except no, The 830: job wears twice as long aa tbe
ru1 ilt State-and Federal Na Place to Die One candidate for Judge Criminal morning service Mondays '7 a. in Holy $100. These figures are not precise;
IJPractice once that that beast Is or was at one
Courts R you' insured ? i 'i -,' The soldier of the legion lay dying laAlgiers. Court of Record of Volusia County: Communion; 9 a. m. Morning prayer they are round The ID-gallon paint 1 I.D I.
4 V ; '1 .. One candidate for County Solicitor, time the property of our rich old Un- and meditation; 5 p. m Evensong and voe,

.K '. Vg Eve7 oxdpa3r'rtli3bI! A committee of citizens who wanted Criminal Court of Record of Volusia cle Sam. meditation. Yours truly
i Then again If knew tbe key to
A. DAVIS.fpHYSICIAN County you
) to boom Algiers as a health resort 48 F W DEVOE CO
When does One candidate for Clerk of Criminal tbe system: of branding utilized by th.quartermaster's Catholic Church.M. &
AND SURGEON. your policy expire? waited upon him. Court of Record of Volusia County. department. United J. Rector P. SG.. W. Fisher aels onr paint
"We want you to change headquarters Evening services -
DELAND. FLORIDA.ftt IB tour'pollcy in force ? ," announced they.your"You're Two candidates for Members ot the States army you would In a momentbe every evening at 780.: Sunday

Oce residence' IDdj5VJ3f. ., .venae, hurting business here." House of Representatives, able to tell the organization of the services as follows: 10 a. m. High Moos. Registration Notice.
iwKi c Court House. -- TelepbD1le number sixteen. -Plttsbnrg One candidate for County Judge army to wblch that animal was assigned and mission sermon. Subject. -Is it

oaIce Hours: .0 to U. 3 to.. ADd 7 to 8. Post One candidate for Sheriff. Immediately after purchase by true that outside the Catbolio church The registration books of Vblnsla
-, HON INSURANCE AGENCY One candidate for Clerk of the Circuit tbe 'eminent. tbere is no salvation"? Evening service county Florida, will open in each of the
Bright Boy. Court 1:10: different! precincts on Monday April 6,
: (closing sermon of the mission).
Ea "What is. the Or.e candidate for County Assessorof Branding public animals Is not amutter 1008( two days in each week (Mondayand .
A VIDA Z. BAERECKE./?d. D.'iI worst thing about riches Subject. greatest/ gift to Biscburcb"
U will
'/ find us at T* asked the teacher of the Juvenile Taxes, of choice but Is provided for All are invited to attend tbe Saturday) for font weeks closingon

class. One candidate for Tax Collector by the army; regulations wblcb direct services. Tbere will! be special nioslu. Monday May 4, two. weeks, before

'a StIRaEON lOfflce Stetson and DeLand.. "Their scarcity" promptly answered One candidate for Supervisor of that- Fr. Bresnahan will conduct both ser the primary, as required, by law.

aaYSICIA.N Registration "Public animals shall upon tbe day vices. JOHN R. WETHERELL,
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youth -Chicago
on But NeW York Arenas V THEH1&ORANGE' 1\1--_ One candidate for County Superintendent received be branded with the letters M. J. CURLEV.Hector.. I Supervisor of Registration.

MM DELAND. FLORIDA. CITY of Public Instruction U. S.' on tho left fore shoulder DeLand. Fla., March 17.' 1908.

JJM 1 '- Lunch Counter Candy .One candidate for County Surveyor Horses assigned to organizations will

';:1 The Knock-out Blow. One candidate for County Treasurer, also be branded on the hoof of on.
and Fruit Stand Each such elector in the
'A. S. MUNSON. respective
) !- fore foot one and one-half Inches below
The blow which knocked out Corbett coJnty commissioners' district shall
Opposite the Railway Station
omit __ ; the coronet with tbe designation of tbe .
was a revelation to the prize fighters. have the right to vote for one candidate U-i-
9OMEOPATUIU'RYSIOIAN. wjU .open on Nov. 15, where From the earliest days of the ring the lor county commissioner.Each company Branding Irons of uniform

!'..w Quick Lunches can be had at all knock-out blow was aimed for the jaw such elector in the respective size and design will be supplied by

.flic* Second Door South of Fisher'.. hours of the day at reasonable the temple or the jugular vein. Stomach county school districts shall have the the quartermaster's department letters ilh

MM* Drugstore. ;. rates. punches were thrown In to worry and right to vote for one candidate for a 'U. S.' to be two Inches In height 'T" a

'rvicUouaa 10 to 12 a. m.; 3toB _ weary the fighter but If a solantlOe man member of the board of public instruction letters and numbers of hoof brandson _
Vi* and 7 to 8 m. had. told one of the old fighter that the
" p. Adjoining,:, Mr. Wra. Kolman the sums line to be three-fourths of
DeLand Florida. will his General.Plumbing Host vulnerable spot was the region of Each such elector in the respectivelustice's an Inch high the letter to precede the
open the stomach he'd have laughed at him
districts shall have the right number and blocked so as to
and Tin Repair Shop) .where he for an "1I0nl1lu..' Dr. Pierre bringing to vote for one candidate for justiceof penetrate
the hoof one-slzteeuth of Inch.
- an
will be glad to receive your pat bove to the publlo a parallel f",ctl| that the peace and one candidate for
For example, the hoof brand. on
th at reasonable rates.: All organout constable.
ronage ol\ha prH e ring as well a* In 1'We bones assigned to band Ninth cavalry V
[DR.: JOHN"REEVE work'will be done with quicknessand protect pur hajiHj,throats,test and lungs, Convention four Delegates at Large to National would be CB9; to Troop A. Fifth cavalry

I the. best of workmanship.Saws but the J JtuCkoWe are utterly Indifferent Two District would be AS; to Company; A, bat ,
and Set. to, until dlsekcXfinds the solar plexns Delegates V
Filed talion of engineers would be BB3A. -
One County Member State Committe ___ ___ V
FLA. and knocks us out,; Make your stoma cli.ooOokt.a
DELAND Cincinnati Enquirer.

,. V l V -, ... .....,, "1''. S V I t veo We one Member National Committee, V. N _

.. Five Presidential Electors, Never B.f.,...
cc I.covej Each such elector in their respective First Lecturer-I've a great story to '

cures "walk stomach* Indigestion, or precincts shall have the right to vote tell .on-one you never heard me tell ,,

v V dyspepsia torpid liver, bad thin and 1 Im- (for one candidate for member of the before. Second Lecturer It a really -
: ORIIIS. ,-., pnr blood and other disease of tbe oran County Democratic Executive Com good story First Lecturer-It certainly ,
(. *of digestion and nutrition. mittee.
Dentist, V Tfce Golden Medical Discovery*has a The respective County Candidates, is-one of tbe best. Second Lecturer 'RO"L ,

specific etuatlve effect upon all maoonsorfaee including members of the Legislature Then I'm sure you never told It

*, O. Blook,. Landt Fla. ,sad hence euros catarrh, nomatter to be voted for at said primary electionin before.-Lyceumlte and Talent. .

< ( "'I where located or what stag Itn.y said County are hereby assessed a.1
m & !!9!:! 80 toj have. reached. In Nasal Catarrh It follows: One' Way to B. Happy. B kIngPowderV ir

__ "_ V4c Is well'o eleaniM the passages with Dr.Gags' Candidate for Judge of Criminal Tbe only way to be happy to take
= d *Catarrh' Remedy fluid while using Court $50.00.Candidate loaf of bread at Its face value ''I ,,.
( ) J j fIlrs5MAUDRraoODMA the Discovery II as a constitutional rem- every -ilp' 5
for County Solicitor Crimi- ma
MjlbiH'BV the aolden i.at Court $50.00.Candidate _
ara eatarrhal'dlseasas. as) of the for Clerk of Criminal (ounces for tbe sure road to discontent with RojaI liapOC'cin Tartar '
stomach bowels, bladder and other pelviserraaawlUUb Is to Inquire wore ,closely, .,Into such I V

r .i MAAalI: *. plain. to yomlf J01l',111 Court $35.00.Candidate for Member House of occult matters.-St,, Paul tklspatch. from grapes.- :;::
.- $ reed a booklet' of axtraot from the writings ,
Representatives $18.00.

Jelopextne 113JWU Slieeaa lookoMl.l>otyou jW' Io
| .'laAvo. OB LAND.'tl their -rattve properties : It to mailed Candidate for Sheriff $73.oo. "Have the Tlrnberlines separated. '

V V ":.Jr' !, "A.. Vudor MAN* '/Ve* oa nsqueeV'Address Dr.B.V.Pterra, Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Court "Tes I understand she'has.left him." delicious food forevery
: 'I
V bnffalo, N.Y.:,'''This booklet(,Ivee all the tJ50.00. ."WbyT* :
,..,.. I
PA Ingredient.entering. Into'DniiiPlasas'sjnedlolnee Candidate! for ,Assessor of Taxes, ."She married bin Job and behest the e-.eryda1,1 I ,-

w( a-TAYLOR, PORCH HADES from which, It will be see* that. $'00.00. Job."-St. Louis Post-Dispatch. I -
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they contain not a drop of alcohol pore, Candidate for Tax Collector $100.00. 'V IItPfeot1gathstl r
BURGEON-DENTIST We sue exclusive at D Land trlpl8oNlloedlyeerine being used Instead. Candidate for Supervisor of Regie "I '
agent Those who are compelled byes hate '' ,
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.Dr. Ptorca's great thousai-i-pam UluaIrstM trntion $0.00.Candidate W
foe these Parch Shades, Just the thing I V "
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t1f2 BIdckr! for4 .Common tie_-.JofllllloaL'AdvLsel' I for Superintendent of Pub- us as despoiled .o01et1l11l*. while ; I.
bo f.
erandajr1ngthe .
your sum"mer will,ha sent free, paper-bound, for 91 one- lie Instruction,' $50.00. those who are persuaded by eat lore1'.a .. ,r to ,
stord It
Call at and & /p.
;c J"" ndcLand -Floob-i r.XL ,.,,ft' J uttDlaei. I :".our.), :.4. V. cent AMre-s.\ stamps.,Pt or.eloia-bound roa.s above for U sU-ova- iV i !I I 1 I Candidate for County Surveyor .. .If they; had received a favor.Xanophon'a .- I _j__j I V Ui.v' "
Candidate for County Treasurer "Anabasis. "
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COUNTY RECORD! T The people of Volnsia regret There are already estimates ALL OVER THE COUNTY' Miss The Manville part were as"

the death of Hon. John B. Parkinson being made as to the size of tbe a thorough

i which occurred ,at his next orange crop of Florida The ITEMS OP INTEREST WAFTED TO ing the entire ) !

ntered I. the _PoP.oCBoe.t DeLasul fla.as.eeo.d.1ass i home at Daytona last Friday.Mr. general estimate is 5,000,000 THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITS ey aa Mr. Honeybun

Parkinson died of lung trou- boxes. The Record does not fORKESPO.NDEXTH.! ence with his droll
situations in trying
ble of which he bad been sufferer doubt that the bloom in sight --
B. JR.PREY ATT, EoUUr A Pr prlet.r.I a Moneybun that he

for several years. lie bad warrants the prediction 5,000- Pierson. suspicions cast
-- -
If President Castro keeps on held important public positionsin 000, boxes, but you must reckon ham. Mrs rank:

I r this county. He was formerly with dronth, gales and other dis- t'. U. Ekman. of Jacksonville wan in mirably; she ia well
with the breech-block I
playing ibis place last week.. atonal work. Mr.
of schools asters that before
county superintendent are probable
9, he may get caught; in a Bareback, Capt. H. C. PrIce of PriceTille voyaged the eccentric
the fall. If
and was elected to the legislature crop matures next

'If the Sultan of Turkey has two years ago, and for normal conditions continue the Fred to Hodgson tbe county of seat this Friday.place hiked out character Ryland did to well in ::

any friendship for China, he will several years mayo'r of his town. crop will be a big one, but favor for a ten days touring' to Plant City aant.
h now give her a hint on how not Be was lieutenant colonel) uf able conditions must continue Friday Following
was given
to pay that Tatsu indemnity. the state militia, and his burin throughout the summer. J. L. Uakb..r of Turpentine City gram Mrs. Andrews and 1

Tuesday was under the auspice ---- went to hu former home at Mayo last a duet from "

' The campaign is going to wax of the Halifax Rifles, a numberof Gen. Albert W. Gilchrist, can Friday. showed skill and I1Dl ;

warm as the date of the primary the state militia officials at- didate for governor, spent yesterday F. B. Carlile, the hustling woodmanof The quartet of :
approaches and it is going to be the Bond Lumber Co. Studied at by :Mr. Hebner sang
tending. Col. Parkinson was a at DeLand, in the interest of

the hottest primary Florida has candidate for tax assessor at the his candidacy. In an interviewwith home here. is fortunate in Fred [ :
U, Beaaley. the skillful, CAU.lIoos voices Mr.
had. Capt.
yet approaching primary. the general, he informedThe section track foreman here, baa was well received I
Record that as to the state unusual richness .
tbe tiBckage in good fix.
One of the most promising There are politicians in Wash- prohibition matter, if he is elected J. B. Bradsbaw Jr Carts Wason Master David ;
signs: of universal peace is that prano gave two
ington who predict that the bat. he shall certainly sign such a and Edward Lair upright young men sweet, sympathetic I

war is getting to be too expensive tie of 1008 will be a tariff fightin bill if passed by the legislature, of Emporia, were here Saturday. ed to an encore.

an amusement for a nationto spite of efforts to suppress it and will oppose no measure Capt. W. B. Baker of Eldridge. accompanied Miss Neva
indulge There is a chance that minor which aims, in the end, toward by hit lovely, winsome "The Gypsy Flower )
daughter Miss Kansas, wa in this She showed great
It looks as though neither the issues will be forced into the such a law ; that at present a i pastime Wednesday held her audience )

!' Kaiser Lord Tweedmouthhad back ground and that the Democratic constitutional amendment must
nor I W. B. Cade and his pretty, attractivewife end.Mrs.
a private Secretary Loeb, or party will summon all be passed upon by the people of and two cute children of Stetson, Dozier

,, they certainly would have blamed 'colors and shades of Democratsto the state before state prohibitioncan : were the admired guests ot relatives success.her efforts to make

that letter on him. rally to the tariff issue. It; is obtain. He said that he was here the tip of last week. The proceeds will

I1 well understood that tariff revision -' sanguine of his election, and if Mrs.' Bessie Dnrden a beautiful and furnishing of the

There will be plenty of candidates is going to be a mighty he succeeds he will be the governor popular lady of Bnrberville., was in this

out for the county officesin tough job-the toughest; without of all the people, and no one qnaintances hamlet last and week making, renewing new onea.Tbe old. ac. A few of tbe ,

Volusia. Already there are a doubt, that the Republican party would regret his election as the Miss Margaret
brothers here C. C.
:Seaworthy: her aunt Mrs. Geo>
number in the field for the officesof ever undertook-and it will be chief executive of Florida. and Frank and L. H. Wilson prowls. afternoon The :; :

sheriff and superintendent of miraculous if it does not turn I ing young men have 80 acre of the and supper was

schools.It out more of a loc-rolline-: --: than a Bryan Memorial Association.I finest kind of melons and cantaloupes on the piazza. All

revision. Every special interest growing ant evening. Those
would to the ,
is that the railroads snKgett: many many Rev W. A. Lowder occupied the Fred Finney. Mrs.
reported will be on hand demanding a friend of the late Senator W. J. Bryan
pulpit evening, Sunday' Helen
on Saturday
1H are hoarding coal In prospect riveting and strengthening of all and to the people of Florida, that a Miss
morning and evening in the Thompson,
of a miners' strike. Yes, the monopolies it now enjoys. Bryan memorial association be formedat church here. Brother Lowder is a: Neve Benham, and I : )
there will have to be something once, confuting of one member from Winter Park.
This is what
tariff revision by splendid man and his drawing: and persuasive
each county of the state of Florida, for
started to keep up the price as its friends means. powers are wonderful.
the purpose of erecting suitable mon
i i the hot weather approaches. Deputy Sheriff/ G. and Mrs. Cade The
ument to the memory of the late sena
tor.0:: soldier are receiving the congratulations of from \! !
DeLand's fame winter statesman or orator In Temperature
,r f, as a resort friends the advent of.a
A wise has upon pretty
contemporary this
II lied
country or Europe ever at the
routed out the fact that there is' is extending throughout the age of Senator Bryan and left the name little ten pound daughter. that came to $ .t
and breadth of this their home last Theyare
length coun' Sunday evening
drinking water within 100 and fame that he did. No truer friend
r try. She is an ideal place fora butt proud of the addition So he i.s ::4
or pnrer man ever lived than he, and he, : :.
miles of As if
Magdalena; Bay. Ie add another his ,
going to room to
winter resort. A superb climate died In the truest sense of the term a i
those excursionists who are going pretty residence at once. 27-61 79 !
peerless orator and itateeman. I would I
aneducated and cultured citizenship 24-94 81
down there would ever notice it! feel' highly honored to serve on inch a John Born machinist and black. 89-57 84
j good government, no saloon, committee association from Volocla smith. U at home a-(ain after a lengthy 80-.i3' 83 I

Abe Hummel, having completed the best of educational facilities, county and would be glad to head the sojourn in Clay county, patting up 31-50 B4 I
1 8 87
''' his term in the peniten- shelled shady streets, 100 milesof Ut with .contribution. There ia no buildings, machinery etc for the 3--67 88

shelled roads, as healthy a question but that a erateful people like former Lake George logging concern of '
is for
tiary sailing to Europe
ce ayear's AT. 59.7 84
? those of Florida would cheerfully and west Seville. Capt. Horn is a good
'+ This will at least locality as found on God's green
for March
stay. law-abiding citizen and diligent worker. Average
freely respond to a cause, and thus
help the of American earth, the best of accommoda- max. 79.8; 0.1 Inch : \
average honor of
tbe memory her most brilliantand
Two of oar accomplished ladies visit
tion; and all these are beginningto Average fort arc
citizenship for twelve months renowned BOO. tbe late United ed DeLand and Daytona from here.
longer. be known everywhere in this States Senator William James BryanJ. Mrs. Andrew X. Pierson, sojourning muz. 78.8; O.68IDch

country. The city should continue E. Alexander in Times-Union here from Connecticut, and Mrs. Peter

The great alien exodus"continues -I I to put out advertising mat- --+ ,. Pierson of east Pierson left Thursday --.

: ter to get more tourists than The Idol Business. for a week or ten days outing. Both
and is taken as one of the we HISTORY OF
signs of business depression. If are now getting. It will call for How many young beings are sacrificedn looked particularly handsome and
queenly in traveling gowns of black
the depression extends to Black more houses to rent, more homes, the idol. Business'! Parent send silk. The Art Was ,
their boy. and girls, unseasoned undeveloped Qr.ok. and. 'I'.c.
more to spend the entire
l Hand Anarchy and Mafia circles
from the school room to tbe Magistrate J. E. Cade of the firm of Amish artists
i (f ;- the country will try to put up winter for their children to at leak, the counter the type machine to Cade & McBride, of this place attended been the first to .

+ with it for a while longer. tend the Stetson University and work all day, often by artificial light the Seville Methodist quarterly aa a covering for ....
meeting aa delegate from the Methodist' .. certainly very
one of the best graded public their recreation an occasional evening
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, schools in the state. Let the In a close theater instead of an afternoon church here the middle of last week banging used la
being considered
under the skies and and he and hi* partner also made a
trees. :
Congressman Lamar and Governor effort be made to double the green abequent history : : : : : : :: : ::
: Broward candidates for All to make money I And when the business trip to Jacksonville, where evidently _/
number of visitors here another
they purchased large of drygoods
a quantity
money ia made too often the man la unmade istence In the cut
the United States Senate, have season. We have the prettiesttown groceries etc.
as God created him. Health is revived It and : :

i opened campaign headquarters. in Florida, as enterprisingand gone or else the soul is' shriveled tbemagination Judge Isaac A Stewart of DeLand Tapestry was need

i I at Jacksonville, and are sending progressive as any of them, crippled the seat of life passed up this waY Friday afternoon only a*of drapery or N;
courts their hou
Iiii out bushels of literature to the and we are going to have one has vanished. Judge Stewart la not only an eminent appear to have **
.voters. Often it is necessity that goad the lawyer and able judge but he is a
,''I double its present size in a few popu poet In northern
young to premature slavery but often lar, high cultured Southern gentleman, the twelfth century

The people of Florida will years. again it i* ambition or greed on the who is considered one of the brainiest work of this
G part of parents, or the idea that their men in this generation and his mulligan: broidery inch aa the
I Lj sympathize with the Hon. John Hon. W. H. Milton of Mari- chief duty to the boy i* to inure him guard democratic dress coat fits him Bayenz tapestry It i

S. Beard in the destruction of early to the yoke and keep him underIt last as smoothly and snugly aa did the teenth century that
anna has been appointed by the
his beautiful home by fire at steadily that he may become a man war mantle of tbe famous Alexander H be largely made In

Pensacola last Friday night. He Governor United States Senatorto of business. Wnen ha falls in harness, Stephen of Georgia.A taut wearing At Industry that v.i.'
fill out the unexpired term of It U piously considered to be the doing:
4 was speaking in that city as the most pleasing, well-planned. anccessfnl streets: were :: I
the late Senator Bryan who was of a mysterious Providence to whose
of Ghent In 1382
news reached him that his home will one mast be realgDed.-Mary E. surprise waa given Mrs. J. A. '
appointed on Christmas day to Harper last evening at their weaver In Lonvaln
j was burning. Bryan in Uncle Kemns'a Magazine forApril. Tprea. Very few
the occasioned the home where
vacancy by on Harper square, twelve teenth century t

$1. The Atlantic Coast Line has death of Senator Mallory. Mr. ---_. couples of young folk cutely and cleverly then that have pe

'" Milton's appointment will give DeLand W. C. T. C. surprised her and Mr. Harper while present day closely
reduced its passenger rates. A they were closing the store for the
porary wall t
general satisfaction to the The Woman' Christian TemperanceUnion
flat rate of 2 8-4cti rate is now ; peo- night The well-posted party rushed in i ter part of the ;
held iu "Prohibition
Bally Day'
given except on certain short >le. He is the son of an ex- service in the lecture room of the Baptist and! helped take charge of the home until golden age of t

lines.A thousand mile family Governor, from a distinguished church Mach 26. midnight, the occasion being in hon ly In Bruges and
family and a citizen universally or of the twenty-seventh birthday anniversary tapestries of that
book can be had for 925. Heretofore It wee largely attended and many textile art Tbe
1000 mile book liked. He is 42 years of age and took part in the program, which wa of Mrs. Harper. The evening entire effect strong .
a was good of ,
was' cne hearty enjoyment and In addition -
has held a number of important interspersed with music both vocal end composition graceful .
for only one person. to furnishing complete surprise,
nstrnmental. arrangement shows
public offices. He was a candidate -
the participants had prepared excel- t
In to
A great array of fact about tbe
Congress; has decided by, an before the State conventionof status of the temperance reform in lent program for the evening fun and of the loom and at
1890 which nominated brought heaping measures of most de esthetic
;1 almost unanimous vote to replace W. S. Florida and in the nation at large were
ightfnl refreshments which Won.-Argonaut
i the motto "In God WeTrnst" Jennings. While the Governor moat inteieitiogly and instructively served
by an appointed committee.
made an excellent --appointment resented
on the coins. It is to be Clever music and games whiled the
feared however that this is more in naming Mr. Milton he also Mr. Mcllvela of prohibition North time away like bright sunshine. Miss Women as
Dakota gave encouraging report of tbe ti
of a concession to their country played some very fine politics.Mr. prohibitory law in her home state. Margaret Montgomery and Leroy Mor Are Made : i
Milton is rison presided at the icecream table and
constituents than an evidence of very espe- Her daughter, Dr. Maude L. Sander,
IS-, respect to the Deity. cially in Middle and West Florida also gave Inspiration to the meeting bya Mias Mary Harper and Will T. Walters Kidney
managed the refreshment table.
and it is expected that he brief address.At '
handsome birthday cake
was aglow
tfl t When the national conventions will throw his influence to the the close of" the service two new with pink candle Mrs. Harper recal.ed Kidney trouble prey (

II of the two great parties convene Governor in his campaign to be member were-enrolled." a large number handsome, use.fnl courage... and lessen\ ;
i this summer they. will have no nominated for United States pr ete. The beaming countenances ,; i I
The Elk.
other duties to perform but to Senator at the primary on May Jolly of the folk spoke lender than words .
What ak_UM Bit's b. rt*fl aciowT that their or
declare Bryan and Tan the nominees 9th, taking from the strengthof What mmkm him to ntau..rwhat roving enjoyment was full
and that had '
they spent one of the
adopt platforms and then Lamar and mater Um w_u Elk's iMdT
f!:; Congressman Mr. To tw iocU Ub IM takw to........ grandest evenings of their lives. One .
d .i- adjourn, for both Bryan and Taft Beard who are also candidates of tbe many presents waa an elegant for
WbeI..u. UM UM bmlon UK bw Irak away to i.J..
'r'I already have delegates selected for'the U. 8. Senate, and whose bt Um taf gold-thread and bordered necklace. At t -
.\\ n.1Dctent.e. their nomination greatest strength lie. in Middle Why..hw him oa UM.bouubU. s and make .8 o'clock the goodnight was said and --- ( )

the first ballot. and West Florida: the ._brad_him?'. tbe merry celebration waa over. Several urine scalds\ the flesh
1 upon Entering 11'. h. rte. se that name on of the reaches, an age when
snrprlsers belong to New
( Senatorial he has and control It
race as so passaCe.
I&. .dmol. .-. Elk'. -I Irt.n.d to" York and other states, sojourning at -_ depend
Elsewhere in 'The Record yoawill ate,, the., Governor>> has a flght .... Emporia etaUrane the difficulty fa kidney *

''\ find, the platform of lion.r1lh ahead of him; and he will find it Oh.thoEIkl oh. the Pamu.4 10,1.1 gat step should be
For h task
Jefferson B. Browne, one of the no easy to win ont over the tom iL City.A trouble U due,to a : I

: indidateaforgovernoracleandocument other distinguished candidate Whoa pal gab mto hnbt...ho"knows lit wbmto kidneys and bladder

.eat with political principle who have",: been,, in the fight for For UM moo so. who war Ifco Elk'bond an tIM moa large and enthusiastic audience I' most Women people u'ppose.'well aa

'' -, that will appeal to the favorable month and have a strong following a'...... to k,ow. greeted the entertainment given by Miss 'wable and both 1101I11 need kidney the .. ], '!

consideration of the peo-!' that will stick to them in -A. MOWBRAT. Mova Benham in Library Hall Orange The mild and the !
y Flltnlm fa*.PotMd. flu.slam.. MO*. .
,pie,of Florida.i.J Browne is a spite of the Governor's appeal City. March 25. The program opened Sw.mp.Reot Ia soon

f,:' triaorou. eampaigner and if..bet for. their support. Broward Mr. Bryan's candidacy has no Send with a Your one-act Wife farce to Camber"Did well Too f Ever by cent druggist and one In dollar fifty-

....... of any !lack", of;effort: on poli6 efans Florida ever had, and probably will not have any. The Honey bon....Miss Helen Manville free. also/ pamphlet by mall tell--

", ;his "partrRead. hi. platform his candidacy will have to ,be ghost; stories about opposition Mrs.Crank.,...Miss Nan Benham tag all about H.
of .. .
through and. .,'wee J..what_ he_ advoJ I reckoned,with! by the other can don't materialize.-Birminlh Aunt Jewel..o..Alice Byland / cured* la
Mr. Crank..... CosBlre
ttlatdg.. "' didates. >dger. .Mr. 8. Hood .... N.
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VOL Ul\I Xll.4';. : i''';), JDELAND: VOLUS1A CO..FLA., L11TD> Y, APRL3; i 1J0 '.?_ N1714ZBER. ) ''.::':2S-: ,:" 1.

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'fHa AIR tlMIP+ together 'and his '
"" iNg j head was' off _4 ;. .,. .Jy MAKING ORIENTAL. RUGS. THE NEW WEIT.I;, ,,\, :. r'riI.r
And 'b .. '
he "
flop ,
woke in
up his own -- 11 !"" 'c :.l"" '
." we Tha Morning. stair"' III'Inks swoomnif down'the pal Moon qU't.; the ohoso, "C little cot( where his father had tacked Oh have seen trvvtedyfrlentL; "sl'( r".5, t(J(,

race: ; lu'ruehing, /Bun: f.Cr90., tu" .!' Il' '>I'0.US.1I01iS! .ot. !space. ;" :.;0( ,i r' blm away fondly the night before. Idle Primitive 'Methods Used by "Native Tbe.expurgnted'West: 'itl f 7>., / .:;. .Itn'. ;
''For/"tho''bur '' bo w'rcntnocl sa'Mischief.Makert Weavers are Being! Superseded. .Whore men no longer iota *unf r
sprnys'or '
prow' about with purple Nlulit- I ',1
h. : He loved his little sister after that Attention to nrrost "I ,
-, ; .Our- plnloim., nick.. ,tlm lawn Mat, strives to gain-,upon our itlght.I -, ": The simple apparatus is still\ in use Whore llttla l Willie- Tenderfoot;!. <' ,'. i :r
of the
I:; And;{ bocaus/ ) beautiful place she had I' in outlying districts-homo dye-tdbe No longer K.ts' a. shock, ';K '! I icv; >
nowwith; Wrelocltn IHittorlnff Bnrt manor .blown out behind', t -S.''f' ''
left to come to him f whole anther round i .
But )ho never .But they tbePoyh, : '",; ;
.1 I ,tumu-thur j; filled 'With colors extracted from.hoep'
lu"lnlJ"lIwn Wind
the aunWa'd.alopo"W Coursers of the ,
'' ; told his mother nor any of the small By Winifred Black. And.scll .him mlnlnir stocky 'f/ ", i'
,., *Jr tlod's nlo.-Ui'. : !-B'VO piooo to thorn?.wild thorouffhbrods of alrji; boys where he had been for fear they A_ CO blood, larkspur, indigo; turnrlo -" Qorio are the glories of ibo; i la ;,! ;;'<'i"t."" t.ft
runlv' ot there ilaret saffron, mulberry walnut husks: range'' '
| ST71e tempestuous hoots no man;wrought winss. mad Wlivru-onue the cowboy' ,, '
would, laugh and \ T
say he had been ft. :
i" ( brass combs for carding; distaffs That chap Is now .a. hired -1 tf
t i Uenlnu Ahead 1' no 'nlrroi-oil (ilpfvm ""."a up" from stream or more below; dreaming. HE foreign dispatches tell us that the Grand Duke of Some whirled by band. Between sticks Tor. lol!. the times,, Imvochanjredt.t. '' 'VMo :" B our tlouu-wulto o Iec. lire ana eots the oast aglow. two .
a So because little boys (and 1ittle'girls thing or Other and' the great Panjandrum of Somewhere held horizontally' by supports at the For longer,If the hardship grub l lshy'bilks' abroad '' ,*:' .l! !

I'oUiod on'tho vcry'tl of Tlmo, a splnnlnu satellite too) don't know where our babies Else have united with Her Grace the Duchess of Tblng-a-ma- ends are strung threads drawn taut They call the store by telephone "w'
loftt bclwoan the lloud or ana ebb of ,
yesternight.- w come from they go on Wonderingstill. bob to organize a crusade against vice In foreign high so harp fashion. Then worsted yarn is .And geta' now supply. ;' \::-,.J'fIj
'Aw4ilt, loop up o cynlo world!-us In tho days of old. Mti: .Scottish Heformor. If1 ciety. Tho wild and woolly mining camp 'r J1+ '1''r
passed and under tho t
Btlll.: BOdiiku. .progress' BtabB tl>o sKy wall mm it ot simiun aOld.Vllnl'olllrqUIO..ln Poor''' things! over strings Moot of Its wool has shed; -vTlio "" ;
Putnam's Monthly. twice Songa 81'e' sung-songs transmitted : bold, bad men who used (o Iroatu'' > 5 X11>:
GRAVE 'MYSTERIES. One time they say the monkeys of the Jungle organizedto from old 1 to young, so ancient, The strvota have gone to lied: ''>", *,,,*<.:'
.. discourage the They do not now shoot up the J.o..nm't.' :J.
practice of swinging by the tall from tho
name of them that they are In, a That wouldn't. ba pollto: v.t I.J'!}
Druce Case Not the First of the Kino limbs of the trees, lost language; and these songs tell Bonldes, tt doesn't suem. ho-'way'' r ,"".''''11
111t11Jek 11 ie1117/111it'h"AAI111 left/irkiblkllltit1ri111llittlilY111A5171itTQe A'N ettte The society did not last long. To treat electric Unlit >, tnI ,
In Criminal Ann'ale. the weaver what colors to tie' in aa 1'
Tho leaders of it couldn't quite get over the habit they were crusading she progresseswith the pattern Each Anew" and milder race of men "1 $'
JOHNNIE'S'DREAl.f. Lead filled col .a& and sham funerals against themselves. Now monkey with the "" "

1ir have repeated figured in Great Now. It the monkeys had only moved 'out of the jungle into the open songs district, After has Its each own knot'patterns'anll the ends of And when they la trite get 'and tholr tame dress-eulleon.'.. d', I itl':a
Britain lu celebrated cases and have plains, where there .were no trees and where they would have had to go to the r.'J''nin thorn In the swallowtail: ,,'
yarn are scissored off to form the .
Tall hat and fancy vest, -, AL
Margaret. '' Thomson. entailed great expense': tho courts work to earn, a living, they might have turned Into men some day-who plla. And looking all around you sos -/ \ }:
There was, for Instance the action knows TThe The passing of the West .N,f!,
In close
a like Kin.man
woven pleco
a -
kkrkkkkkkkpMk, rrkrttkatrkkkkatkrkkkkkkkrkkkkkkkkkkks l brought by James Annesiey in Ire- only way to reform high society is to get out of it. : measuring a mere',five feet Nnahvlllo' American. t,*,
land In 1743 In which the claimant Man -was made to work, and just as soon aa lie stops working be gets eight feet, there aro 400 knots to the 'j 'jj;;',
Biiccrssfully proved !bus right to the into mischief. :1.iI
'or theY old :
seven years Jobr-nlcr. was queer wrinkled face peered square Inch. As the\weaver'JI speed
child of, his doting parents. Hoi straight at bluintrange piercing threefold peerage of Anglesey Valen A railroad engine is a fine, useful piece of mechanism as long as it stays layabout three knots a minute, four Carr tUtU1 Ic..t) : 1;
tla and Althnm. It
transpired that on the- track.
i bad boy; but his father thought:; eyes she' Bad, fet'they bad a kindly years of continuous labor would be
was precocious. Biography ..v.uifitlher'a gleam in' them which half assured he had been kidnapped when a youth The moment It gets out of tho place) whero It was 'meant to be 111 is a required on such a rug. .Within that 'JJ: g IP .I:, tA
..weakness. The lives of Johnnie by,an uncle, who had caused him to hideous engine of destruction and a menace to every living thing. time
though he felt yery far from some fingers would stop weaving ;Z
U and statesmen, .soldiers and salt comfortable. be sold into slavery on an American The only way to keep a man decent Is to keep him busy. forever; others would go on withit & 'roi,

woro alt exploited with 'view' to '"Come," she said,', and held out her' plantation his "death" and "burial" Wo poor human beings are always trying to make ourselves believe that Was It any wonder, the Rug Hunter '. .
being subsequently arranged to lull Ideal conditions-would make an Ideal man, and all the time"we have right Is house heated?' '
"How "By
severing what particular train had band, wizened and thin, to Johnnie, asked mo, that no two old rugs, your ,
acterlzod'.the childhood of these This. howover, W4s\ \ more than ha the suspicions of the tenantry on the before us horrible examples which prove that the. ideal conditions, as far as' even from the same village and the unpaid coal bills.""-Life. 'Jrr

aes'and; always, whoever the hero was prepared for. He tried to shriek. estate leisure money and position are concerned, produce the most wildcat human same household were ever just alike? Mr. In.wbaclt-That boy gets his :;j 1"

ht be he Johnnie mov- but his The prince of Impostors Provls beings that could possibly exist A bereavement Mrs. Jawback: Somebody
saw only Yoke died in his throat and would Induce a greater brains from me ;4;
1 through the pages' fulfilling high his tongue felt parched end dry. How Smytb put forward lit 1853 his claimto "Any man can be good on $50,009 a year" said the hero of a once popular unconscious use of white< ; a bridal got 'em from you. It ;you ever rJ;h

Iuloa and commissions the lands and title of Sir Hugh book. Pardon me, Mr. Hero, I think you're wrong. would tbai's cinch.-Cleveland
; Important he loved his mother, and little sister turn the weaver's thoughts to had .any- a e
ether Johnnie would yet become a cowl;; Smytb. He took the precaution to Almost any man can be decent when he lives a normal life where he has scarlet; victories of war to yellow. Leader '."

t t or 'a soldier was Btlll rather -"I am to take you to Babylind," forge A tombstone and would have to work normally for his living. Local environment family happen Mrs.. Newrocks-Jleally,. I'm sorry l;

iy to 'decide;. but tho'father., was said tho old lady pleasantly. Sheseemel smuggled aa'empty coffin bearing a It takes a great man to be decent-and Idle-on $50,000 a year. ings removals from town to desert we didn't accumulate more souvenirsof
from"symptoms"already dlscov- false inscription into the family vault Dp you really want to get vice out of high society my dear Duchess? desert to
e to be a witch mountain, woujd each have Mr. Nawrocks- w
our European trip ; -
had not tho authorities beenon Take the income and the estate and the old tradition uselessness
ot( away
that he destined' for ;; effect. tinkleof
1 some-
was Out Johnnie had forgotten all about Gossip) of harems, the Oh" we can get all we- want in New r
Ute alert. from the men.who are corrupting their little world and the first thing you
'g gieat.hnnie babies by this time1' and could have silver anklets the alarms of ''brigands York.-Town and Country.
Tha of this Is know they'll turn into decent self-respecting, honest men. v1
( had an "aunt who came to crypt under the pllloit to escape this reverse process the elutlons of religions, all 't'lo
where a violated and rifled Poor things you can't blame thorn'for what they are now. 'Doctor, sold the convalescent,
them 'on occasions.,' She was ihnr- little old"woman, when'.sho suddenly grave 'Would go into the rug,
and to maiie it appear that a real burIal They are not strong enough to get above their environments, that's nil "Then I smiling weakly "you may send In
but no family was Interrupted the Hunter
,1 bast J, ,; snatched him up and placing him In "" '"
; is the matter with them.-From the Now York American.Lawyers your bill any day now. "Tut tut
was a sham one, This occurred !in that "if t
,afore la a position to offer an un- front of her sailed Gr! on her broom- they still dye and weave as of
the M. his patient
replied silencing ,
Great ;Britain in connection with the ?
ea.( opinion on Johnnie's BO-oalloJ stick through the. roof and? away up old, rugs are being made now that
with a wave of his hand.. You're not
oclty..She had another nanio for In' the' direction of the stars funeral of the Earl of Crawford and eventually will too beautiful and valuable ''
Belco-rres. The vault was broken Into _- 1+ strong enough yet-Judge )
her ?
Tho father did not relish
Up uP. up! they glided swiftly! silently '
a 'oa the matt,, and naturally into the'right: and such a /eel- and the body removed 'and burled WhoDe"U@Justice "If the West were willing to say "Did' prohibition work 'in ":your

visits, though they continued to Ing of giddiness crept' over Johrftila elsewhere. Discovery of the crime to the East: 'We will give you five or town?" "To a certain extent answered p

periodic were .never. very pro- that he forgot'to be frightened.By followed hard upon Its perpetration,, ten years to make a rug;' It it would the irresponsible character,.
but who !it remained a "What' do you mean?" "Them as got
led. and bye he recovered, and then''. originated gay that then age and gentle wear
'his 'precocity"tho father remarked, straight front of them, afar' off in mystery The only person brought F would do the rest. But the West drinks was prohibited" from sayln' '
most conspicuous In tho strength the .blue sl
111 displayed at times by Johnnie world like the dovecot which stood in Saunawho could not by any means numbers to fit" out at once., So It "You admire the weather out here" i

specially when his mother wantedto Johnnie's garden-only ever so much to blame in the mat By the Reo. Dr. C. H. Parkhurst. has Introduced anllln dyes and machine Interrogated the old settler ."I admire -" 1

do anything: Front-the empha- he carders and spinning-jennies and its nerve," whispered the ken-
larger saw n great building hanging -. ter.Next
inanner In which he could say in midair, The walls were or- comes the Druce -case, which 'NOTHER menace to respect for law is afforded by the commercialism collective weaving, and Is otherwise pecked man with,a quick glance'over
more', has Best' fortune and been the occasion of the legal profession, and by the adulterating "It ?" It disagreed -,
3; his father was than ever ange-tinted like the sky at sunset, and ( a bustling production.-Franklin .Clan his shoulder nerve "Yes
vlnced 'that he had -the makings of 'fantastic windows glimmered in them of litigation In' the courts for a element so Introduced into legal and Judicial procedure. kin, in Everybody's. Magazine with my wife.""-Chicago Dally. 1
of the court andequay
Members of the bar"are.sworn officers ,
rcat man In him His study of blog- like precious stones of all colors. period of ten years. Tho discovery ot D News. w

.hy had taught him that the great Thither the old woman steered, andas the. body in the coffin put an end to I f .to make upon their them entire as upon action Judge contributory andjury rests to the the obligation ends of An Amusing Tag. "Well, little one," said the kindly -.

ret'of success is will power and the tho claim that nobody had been burled with old "what going toy y"
they came nearer a high narrow Justice to help to demonstrate the guilt of the guilty the "When Iwas connected' a man, are you
lity to say "No.' gate was to be seen over which In -New :York Tribune 1 I, innocence of the Innocent And Lord: Brougham to the certain western railway," says a be when you grow to be a man?" "I

..his strength of will might have larjv letters,was carved DABYLAND. contrary notwithstanding, no contract-relation into whicha prominent officer of an eastern line guess I'll be a freak," replied the

a-Weakened considerably under the Here the old woman alighted; and QUAINT AND CURIOUS., counsel may enter with his theft can Invalidate that obligation. "we bad in our employ a brakeman bright child. "A freak? Why?" M

ence.o f a cane. But such a means after knocking three times, the door There is no honorable prosecuting attorney who would not regard it alan who, for special service rendered to 'Cause I'm a little girl."-Philadelphia AW

education Is now looked upon as swung open and, all unbidden they : Some of the cigars of the Philippines outrage to prove the guilt of a party believed to be Innocent. And justas .the road, was granted a month's va Press ;owl

"[quoted and barbarous; and John- entered a wonderful world. There are IS'Inches' long. much of an outrage upon his personal dignity and sworn office is committed cation. "When I started in business," said

's..will 'power was, therefore 'wontally" was no roof to the building; It was by any counsel for the defense who seeks to prove the Innocence of a "He decided to spend his time In Mr. Dustin Stax, reflectively "I' resolved -

: mlltu1' l1.for. a boy of' his open to the sky. Everywhere as far Sugar is to be found In the sap of I I client whom he believes to be guilty. It is only by a lie, or a darkening of the a trip over the Rockies. We fur' never to tell an untruth." "And

IrS ; 1 as eye could see, stood great tall trees nearly 200 plants and trees I truth-which Is the same thing-that a client can in such case be cleared, and niched, him with passes. you kept your Word?" "Yes Whenever

' st about this'' timean; event oc- with the most peculiar egg-shaped ,, Justice Brewer of the Supreme Court has said that "a verdict won by a ]Ho[ "He wont to Denver and there meta I had any delicate business of that

,-ed which' as it .threatened John- things growing on them like fruit. GIven plenty of*water, a horse con: is a disgrace to the counsel." number of his friends at work on sort on hand I hired an expert...-

a. position, !it nowise !met with. his And stranger still strutting about on' aubBlst,25 days without food For counsel to claim that that kind of service Is what he is paid for Is to one of the Colorado roads They Washington Star.

roval. A.rlvaiinthq-person, of a the soft green velvety turf dotted confess that he is open to the allurements of bribery. It Is distinctly a collusion gave him a good time and when' Borem-I think I hear your father's

e'slster appeared on tllq." scene and endlessly with gaily-colored flowers Sugar is to be found In the sap cf between himself and the criminal whereby for the sake of the fee he he went away made him a present ofa step on the stairs so perhaps I had

loon 'becamo'epparent'to Johnnie! which filled,the air with enchanting nearly 200 plants and" trees. consents to thwart the court In its pursuit of Justice. Or if in such case his mountain goat."Evidently better bid you good? night..Mles Jlltts .'4

the attentloa-whlch.lfoB: .many fragrance, were great white birds like- client bo not an individual but a corporation it amounts to conspiracy againstthe our brakeman was at a (yawning)-Oh, it can't be father}

jrs, bad been excluslvcly-vhls,; was penguins. Some of these, perched on The municipality of'''Toltlo now public traitorously entered Into In view, very likely of a contingent fee, loss to get the animal home with him la's a late sleeper. Perhaps it's the

denly"modified by the, large slice the 'tree branches were busy plucking
eh was abruptly transferredto, this< tho fruit; while others passed silently "We all know U.at. as things are many of the most Influential and most heavy at. that time. Finally, how : : ."-Chicago Dally News.

corner,-Thus It came to pass that hither and thither among the trees ,The lyre bird} of Australia Is the highly' remunerated members of the bar, In every center of wealth make It ever, hitting upon a happy expedient, have heard 1'r

1 at this early age his mind began carying an egg-fruit .under each largest song bh.'l. It Is about tho size their special task to work out bold and Ingenious schemes by which their he made out a shipping tag and tiedIt ReISenator, I
in liCe
start by
,evolve wickedly upon the unreal wing. of an English -pheasant., ; wealthy clients Individual or corporate, can evade the laws which were made to the horns of the goat. Then hat you got' your e
Senator Lotsmun
bleness' of having a sister.. .Hid .\Following one o( the latter the two 'l to regulate. In tho Interests of the public, the uses of /great wealth. he presented the beast :to the offlcacf selling newspapers.correct boy. The facts aI
been able to rut) his thoughts into Aa Antarctic Iceberg has been seen against of which the stock car line my
strangers "came, through the forest This sort of conspiracy against the courts, and the State '
;uage he would have:found him- i that was 20 miles wide 40 miles in "Well, that tagcreated no end of -but this is confidential, you know
out Into an open glade where countless the courts me the recognized conscience, U being indignantly resented by some i
protesting severely against such -babies lay thick upon the grassy length and 400 .feet !lit height.. of our most dlotlngulshed Jurists There ought to be no doubt but that the amusement, but It served to accomplish -that I got my start by buying Tribune.one
two newspapers.-Chloago
nlqultous .usurpation of''tils' or- sward with an army of these same movement now In progress looking to a code of professional ethics will come the end of the brakeman. It or iv

; rights and privileges. Aa-it was blrdo watching over them with seri The Japanese will never,sleep with to a fruitful issue and that our schools of law some of the most distinguishedof was Inscribed as follows: Golfer-An' what like a day had ye -
thoughts, could only find vent In their beads to the north, but their here yesterday, MacPherson? Mac- '
ous care And Jn the recesses of the which pay very scant respect to the ethical element of the science will 'Please Pass the Butter. Thomas

e-dlsplnys'-of temper and' vexatious undergrowth surrounding the glade, dead are always burled that way. feel themselves strongly moved to cultivate with greater assiduity that feature J r. Meechln, Brakeman, S. S. and T. Phercrn-rCb, an awfu'- day! It was

bursts of rogJ. "What Tight had wore to be seen crowds of.birds hatch of the profession upon which depend so largely Its dignity, influence and 'TtYtra! r' Weekly_ pouriu'l( Oolfor-Weel, weal an' In

hero"i and\ ,"-'Where' did she comer ing the eggs all laid carefully, nests -Th$, same force which moves a ton confidence, with the people.-From Munsey's Magazine.Chicago lie tcn: : we Just had a local shower. n'

were the questions that per- lined with softest .down. over' .good road will move eight TUB DREADED MacPherson-Aw, weel I can assure t

ally perplexed his little brain. tons on a railroad or 32 tons on a NUISANCE. you it waanl1, local here whatever.
Here at last was revealed to John- "I wish you would give this office
In mother: who was of an Imagln- canal. Punch G
nie the and be looked lJ' aCr
great.mystery as m
; boy a trial-I am sure you will like
e. turn of-mind, !explained, to him I do wish
.at..thel1ttle cherubs rolling about on him, He is such The Bishop-My dear your ,
a cheery little chap
'gorgeous detail how a troop" Speed of the elevators In the great Idn't sign those Home Hints"hat
the ha seemed
grass; .have a vague "
-always whistling at his Job.
els passing ,!by.b&d l left-the'llttla office buildings averages 115 feet a sending to the
recollection having been here him- suses' [ "Humph! I that Is the you are papers.
in. .hdr' care.while" ;the' father, self once-' upon;a time long ago.. All minute, and some of'them 600 feet a Pocket Money reason he Is guess now whistling for very a His Wife-Why not? The Bishop", .

was|ess gifted-in the'way of 1m'atloii them were making a noise with minute.It ob.""-Baltimore American. Well I notice that in the title of your

'on' being,; questioned on'tha their throats ....l1Ieh ,Johnnie felt Instinctively + 'f "What to( do for a burn" the printer

e subject; unfortunately gave quite 'was' not!'of; pain but happiness Is estimated that! In New York By Dexter Forrest. ItU'SlO STUDENTS has left the "r" out of the final word._ .

the ,version !of the matter. From City there are 1X300 men who wereeducated 5
and the little 'old interpreting Puck.
; woman ARSHALL Field often was caught without ten cents in Should (Have Steady Nerves
naeratfve( that 'the In
appeared. forthe bar who are various
Johnnie-was welltalnred..bad the queatto..ng took on his pocket( but he rarely'was placed In an embarrassing "Go dbY, Mellndy1 said Untie HIram -,
with whom outside'ot law
or > ,boon,, enough- them' Johnnie's face, 'exploded to him that employments > position by the lack of courtesy, as everybody la Chicago The nervous system of the musician about to start! on Journey to-

little good from they Were really' singing': In their own om. es., ,M knew him by sight and naturally his credit was good. Is often very sensitive and any New York City. "Goo db", Hiram," returned 1
,baby language baby which, being habit like coffee drinking Aunt Mellndy. "An';"don't. you
'song Levi Z. Leiter and Potter Palmer had the same habit may so upset ,
shop .where he'kept numereuaha-: put into, English goes somewhat like 'They have made bread from.'peanut carrying only small amounts with them.. Joe Leiter does the nerves as to make regular: and erglt ter bring Trie back a recelp' for
fore' the 'convenience' of his 1Ia"ts In ,The '
meal foi1 many years Spain. :
this- necessary daRT practice next to Im makln' that Brooklyn. Bridge Jam
not carry a great deal of currency on his person although
*/ ., bread is light and poroua, but rather g'ho usually has more with him than his father was In the possible. :; them city people are golu' so :crazy'

heae; two' onflctng[" : reports* con- Sappy every one ara.we' 'l-e unpalatable, and It, ls._eaten, only by habit of carrying and often during the life of L. Z. the fatK- ,"I practice from seven to eight over."-Judge, f

Johnnie;; ; more than ever' ,,, and Bird;.and baby-,flower;; and tree:" > ; the lower ,classes. er, borrowed from Joe ,when he needed a little currency for postage stamps hours a day and study Harmony two There was a iht1tf"'". said .young' at r
nlghf; as ha sat before the urnery Never rain'nor snow we seep*" .' hours." writes a Mich music student.- i}
b't or for tips. Rakelelgh who had gdnr'tht'ougba;
;hls .little'* mind Was >eryi" busy Tra-la-lee,; ,happy,. wet The first silk. was worn in the 'A few evenings ago I took a hand 'In'a. poker game at the home of one of "Last September I was so nervous I fortune, "when, people4bSed'tto; way:; l', '!
ng tot solve ,the.''niysteryv", the streets of London by'John Hetherln-- could only practice a few minutes at ::to
Chicago's millionaires and when the time came to "cash in" the millionaire bad more money than brains but ;
centra' of"the fire..hla-'sleety.little We have-never' darkat; : ton: a haberdasher on' Jan 'B, 1797. who acted: as banlrer;.bad to borrow fiom his daughter the wages which. were a time and mother said 1 would nave hey can't say it 'now/-' "Why not", 4M H'
t seemed- at times to. 'discover theta Neverewlth each',other iiIChC. He was arrested for Inciting a riot, to drop my music for a year %
to be paid the family laundress next day to pay his share of the losses. asked Pepprey. "Because I'M down to-ss; ,
whltt .ot' an, angel's; wing and Never do but'what,. la ; but.wae dlmlssed. with! .a 'reprimand. If any one of Chicago's.millionaires should be called'upon to produce from "This was terribly discouraging: as my last dollar now." "Wellbut you've"1.i .',:r
intless- little. ,red babies: ..wUh".nor :. weir w'' I couldn't bear the :
: -TralaIee.Jhappv :a...k" his pockets 120 in'ourrencyunder penalty receivIng a life sentence for thought of losing Press;"'**
the dollar"-Philadelphia
-' :llte"hl :'stster -Anoo' .when : :' .r' !Tie art okeeping books as It Is a whole got :, ;iI
Just; '; : ;:, ; r 4. failing to do so, he probably would be compelled to bow his head submissively year of study. Becoming ':
., .. '
: could. 1 in ; understood today, Is supposed to have convinced that ---rTheBrltl.h'presd- ':1''
i"blaje t..lIot..up..h." ,seep Alf.' j and accept the sentence.-From the Chicago Tribune. my nervousness was .t
P: black:; .edges "of- the. coalbusy; to Scotland: every day, '\' originated In Venice, about 1425. The caused, largely by coffee and seeing ,. ;, ..suf ,*.',;-4

itors ;btjstllng 'about with'' their Cry becaua\ j they cannot stay; Brat- known writer on bookkeeping Poatum so highly apoken of. r decided British-bred'' anlmal .\wbether-.the7i': .

.t,;tails;.flappingbehlnd: ; thecp1, ; : and '1klaaeerhappy.yreL..tt{ :; : "' &8"" Lucas dl Borgo, 'who published I would test It for a while.' be- horses, cattle. sheep or' even'j>lg >*"*'
bable! : bead" ,peeping "" his treatise In Italian In, 1495.- "Mother followed the directions I
tumerabla 'i'> 'jIjI.r l Soldier's Strong PointBy 'are superior to all' othersk In, quality*
o} the pockets \ back-'Tlrest) .! ',TlBJVple ilUJ t Bla'carYou :1rJ'be.; ,, '-....." carefully and I thought ',,1 had.Dner and stamina. '-There'1s;' .._ .trans, t ,.,"

rly I tho-.heat'overca'mo; him ;;: bis will, all-with ml! agree ,The dliferenclt'ln tIle'scala of living tasted such a delicious drink.' We and admirable'pow,>;m'' ur I <.' r .

rpiosed-.5ln';j \[\e: pjlta7of/hlmselfjr;: "and," 'And'a-,h a Dp famllr.: ,.we,; .\ \ and, cost" of necessities'for the'.work1 Eugene Franc. drank Postum every' morning Instead Climate which puts *, t.
ors h,,!; haA" oma" to !any: defltHia "'"T'ra-ls.-leeTra-la-lMfrV: .., vff 1 man /in. New York and in London of coffee, and by November I felt end -a mora enduring stamp:_."' '"
'lust Q"1"W er "kodhd'9afebp'a'atha. -t'r.'" .z. ? ';;',....u, :..l :Ba m--: : sho", *.".widedivergence.. ,WIllie' the 1_....*..*. IPPON DENJI smiles broadest as he places his miniature ar. mora like myself; than for years, and lance .Into tho live stock':- .

..rtib. Utsff\ ( !i'|!ir'removgdllim-ten!\ :; ;ffl4mazed,4and, '..delighted ,iabnnlewould average, workingman'spends." ..$39?, a +........+ tllleryin, 'the position where 'It will accomplish, through] was ready; to resume my musl., islands .than are found'. Is'JiM'broad i :'samo ,1.

11'/ and 'aft r allowing mamnaavti" hate' stayedhere': forever;'' In'-. years, Iff, Londonlie- '.spends ';J837_ .., In I' sagacious handl1nr,;as much',and maybe more than the ..enJJ -], -"I now practice a8.;ullua.l.- do' my or specie*' In ttoyaaOHKpart; / at: 't'.

bra\ tonyjiKjuthandfondly: ; *lroke' i5eedvr.wai: .,sorry',.ha. hadi.,.ever': left,' New., ,.:fork' S, emy's guns, half again as adequate. While' we fight with 'studying: and. when my day's work Is the -wofld...-LondonTjf&;: : "'1'. .

yellow' 'Cl&tIs i: tQwed. him aw y.ht) ;But:the .'old, woman,, thinking!<< he'r;r"had .--4 I N the full'Strength- and,value of.the latent accoutrements of. finished rpm not any more nervous \1' .. I ,
...,.,,'t,""':""'"", .";'I'.J. -,, : -11O"/'j"if\\'I.\' : ...' (::,; 'eon'; 'enough-) tor.oa"i4Y: hurried him -.1. iThe Japanese: :idea! of horseshoe*. la i. ', '. wal';Hb.Makakt i!,, ftgbt.wlth..a completeness of Information than, when I began.- ; 'O ori loTI a ;

after Jobnnle?vrae emgg13'. 'l again,(0t11'te.<: : where' they i a- curious ono,t+'la'Uit| 'ClOI&. .h'Y.-straW' .+.a...... 'and skill,'personad sacrifice, and a smile as Imperturable and "I cannot, too blghlyl:'recommendPoetum''to .Henceior I know'jjvhv

in B1anket! ba1."l\Ind.wlttlR "" H ; l i:;' ettlng him instead 'otttroa": |Is 1, HMfiMl for the, .........* i.aD ':,unreadable as that ot his'OWD Dai-butsu at Karaakura. musicians who practice .dark to
dyesming'of.baDle@di I !' I iuast $. ,r$Tlu\"Sh *> ?: "' '' halt a day.' My father Is a physic! .tl, 'It I ot> roe '
f" Jfat : !I1IItldc'rwben. pur.JIolI t. >'fft' ;The--Mak8kl soldier 1* ttot'waatefnlof: &n'tlllu&-not evenbis / .tc1oc'a ,
.r.iib brlaSBfy ; one' head
!. l jme he'J:wall jttsjrBW(f,, ''.... Df =: dipped\ .from, [ dlnary:;tics straw;.. ti ''* eourag4.1lids ,valor is spUendid-andt discreet Ha'does not 'bare his ,'andreeommaad.Postnm." ,'to,,""hj.",', the. TOIfet' l".-",'wti. .:t" "

"GWt\ .D&m/l/ caUed-,The,,:-114'" her rtWr" .,-healae! and. :Hrmnl. klng a surfsW. t sis* oi ;, "t''to;,, theei>e!uY bl'apnel w Ife to- be gained; by It,:; Rather; Meats. Words' cannot e*; ,;' eUcttle numerals flush du1 '

afJ "tKim/ the bottom of the:; bed Vumbltutatll; .N through the,' atr KM 1 a;1Ior..'.. boob t: and:'about :,naif ; an.ynop lit ta under -6veJnst preee Ute and,services for his Emperor.; preclation- for 1 I'' at. t1l. time ..,_These '
everytmInut are YNiibIAEr'onh'.almo.tsvery :
,.tili nijaintBBt figure; -nf'anold: fancy ggaolt, oftd ,|p ero h at" M I .thlakTbey::- .: deafebajp4:. iii bait4alrit"s. 111 .s ol. a, tot ., actknryou'vI1; "ld find bl..lnt"lIt.7: 1; Ilealth'bersrti boa : II '

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f i.TEN LITTLE LOVERS., wildcat, scheme he would lake a few .r..ar. .r, "- A
thousand shares In It-with' liability yVONDER IT'Sj? 9
fella lovers; nlghing/ "Oh, be mine!" if possible the A p f fi \\\Vlth the .
this about
lot A new girl, then Chore,were nine, Why Those Bought For British Army
surest way to secure a good healthy

Bttlo lovtin, nneatlonlng; ; their fate; loss. Not a loss could he make for, -i Must Meet Certain Requirements. :

bather fro \ ,oe, |bol1.thero. were as sure as he took shares In the flsh- "Three hundred' mules with empire

lest-looklrig/ of all mining 'or other waists and chest measurements

lace lov......-one tRyed-till elevon) schemes', the thing would flare up A German biologist has calculatedthat ol sixty-one t Inches are preparing fora

ilioutccl dawn the ntairs, then there Into the biggest boom it had ever the human brain contains 800- tour of India" said Robert L, Mo-
soron. 000,000 nerve cells 6,000,000 of "
jvora had and Preston's" money would be Donald of Kansas City last night. ,

little lover -by some artful tricks trebled before he could get rid of his which die and are succeeded by new "A British officer has been in Kan- ve; wnnr oU

""i. wjdovrcaiiglit one, then there were stock. '. ones every day. At this rate we get sas picking them up. The party will RE $ f
an entirely new brain WF tit
IX. sixty k'OptB
It seemed to him awful. every sail In December,-and this will be a ., '
'- days. ,'9,9' 1 ,
[tie lover -one. upon a drive, Then he settled large sums on all chance for these rovers, who turn up sw ,

poth hand to with, then there his relatives and had serious when the British want muleteers to

Jiere five thoughts of getting rid of the whole According to American Consul get a ride In a transport to Calcutta. ..

Ulo lovers-ono bognn to snore fortune In that way when again his French General farmers Skinner are readily at Marseilles able to This is as far as the mules will be The QaJp J Lunch Fiend.Heboltsa.nndwJctnaodeomebeans.

.slie Rang a. lovo song the there Nemesis in the shape of his lawyer, denatured taken by the muleteers, but they .
produce alcohol of from ,
four came down on him telling him that themselves are to go up the Hima Apleceortwoofplc;

little lovers by the terms of old Morrison's will fifty to seventy degrees strength lava Mountains. India being a fearfully 'Anilgulpiiaoupofcofftiedown: ,
-on bcndod lineem from the pulp of and
told 'twas hopeless, then there he was prohibited from disposing of pears.It grapes apples hot place is shunned by the WuiloyoiKunbatyouroye.Then .

ere three.. more than a certain proportion of his aristocratic officers of the contingent later on, there cornea to
[little lowers capital during his lifetime. Then the of the army there.. The poor subaltern A very common question;
came each wetlc to has been proposed to electro-
woo use He wonders
; hpw It was that he
ed t auto rating, then there were two brilliant quite unbusinesslike idea magnets for lifting and spends his leave of absence on Contracted mdigeotlon.
occurred to him to contest his great- the coast where it is cheap. The -ifilvReginald's

title lovers-with a thought to stun, uncle's will. But as his relatives- large panes of glass. This Is accomplished real swell goes to the Himalayas. -
one her dress bills by placing a piece of sheet
.* i one. then there who had carefully read the will even "There is where the Missouri mules Fnlsh.
Iron under the glass and
before he had, and found that In case applying one are going. Their baggage will con- The young girl's air was '

tttlo lover-n nil tho tale, la done; of a contest the whole fortune wouldgo or more electro-magnets on the up sist of machine guns and ammuni- "To-morrow" she said, _
vns married per face of the glass. The electro-
panel to him, now thoro Is to charlty-begged him not to do magnets attract the sheet of Iron tion. They will travel in parties, one will conduct me to the altar. ,. .
-Life."eeeee so, as they would thereby have to and thereby hold the glass suspended carrying a small cannon, another a she added smilingly "his ..\n

disgorge what he had already con while moving. pair of wheels for It, another the will end.-London Tit-Bits. },:.

>>H HrleH H leN. veyed to them-he felt compelled carriage and the balance will carry .... ,

for their sakes to desist. If only he ---- ammunition. It is not for the looksof Art and Judgment."I '?\io'l''I ,
Russian engineers have discovered .
inuc1j[ Paul. had had the good fortune to thinkof ,things that the British now demand "< ; 1!
am going to play Hamlet
large naphtha fountains and also an I
this plan at first! But hang It a mule'wlth a sixty-one chest .
"Good! That's
entire naphtha lake the Russian
all, that was Just his luck! on measurement but because the Brit "For ".... .
section of the Island of Sakhalin. one night only. ,
V ll2ariorle 12. goltnson.M'NF About this time, his case looking isher never overlooks a bet. He '''
The spot Is said to be easily accessible "Ah. that's judgment. .
really desperate some malicious set out to carry his mountain guns
to steamers and it Is ville Courier-Journal.
N HNN e 1Mf Ni reported
spirit, suggested to him to marry a on Missouri mules and he found
that a line of ships will soon connect -
to about poor gIrl-one who had never had after his experience with tens of
| fivo years ago Paula I with both Vladivostok and The Personal Inte..st."So '
,was a lucky man, having two cents to her name and who Japan. thousands of them during the Boer Week's Cleverest Cartoon, by TrigRS, In the New York Press, !
you believe In the ___ ___ _
thing In life that he wanted to would have her head so turned when War that the best mule born for m
Tuberculosis is much less the fittest? said the naturalist.
V"him happy and nothing to she learned of the wealth that was at common Tommy Atkins' Job is a short coupled BESIEGE NATIONAL CAPITOL SEEKING SUFFRAGE 17.
among coal miners than among other "Of course I do answered
hlm. He was young and strong her disposal that she might be trust- mule from fifteen to fifteen and one-
classes of people. According to the tor Sorghum "so long as I am
Jlng five feet ed to get rid of It In short order by halt hands high and sixty-one Inches
in his United States census statistics, mIn- I'm the fellow that's fit."- Arguments Before Senate and House (Committees; to Show Why '
ings. was not In love, and best the abnormal extravagance which, around the girth
ers third ton Star.
I, he she would naturally;> develop. Here quarrymen occupy "Harness was made by the train- '
thought, had not a cent in the scale of tuberculosis mortality They Should Be Allowed to Vote
porld and no head for business. was a promising scheme and he won- load for this sized animal and that
only bankers and farmers Still
being mOl'eImmune. Hope.
I,Ill-luck began when hla dered ho had not thought of it be- explains why this officer now in Kan- ,'
great- Senator Makes In of the Sex-Thelr Influ
Coal dust antagonizes tuberculosis Stirring Speech Eulogy
Horse-"Ob, dear! Now that
;"Morrison died and saddled thon fore. He went to work warily however sas Is so particular as to the girth I IBo
when already present and motor cars are coming so much Is Needed He Declares to Balance the Saloon Element Which F
of his millions upon him. He ,- for of course while he wanteda measurement. The harness for slinging ,

not expected this and fumed andd poor girl he did not wish a com- many physicians have treated tile dis- the parts of a machine gun con favor I'm afraid I shan't be Says Caused the Defeat of! Suffrage In Oklahoma.
ease by of coal dust. .
vowing he would never' bear mon one, with no genius for extravagance sists of leather and steel or brass Cat"Now, don't carry on so. .r

le had and the right one was hard to plates. Our mule packers who get mouse-trap didn't do away with
just taken passage fore Professor Alexander Agasslz, dIrector D C.-Almost Mrs. Harriet Taylor Upton, of Ohio.
did It?
in the steerage of a cattle find at firstHappening and curator of the University $75 a month In our own army know -Chips. besieged the Capitol In Among the speakers were Miss Emma .

er sailing from Quebec, had had to mention to his old the advantage of having a mule fit the ballot. They argued be- Gillette, of Washington; Mrs Catt e

d time to raise the money for nurse his desire to marry a poor but Museum at Harvard president of the the )pack or the pack fit the mule. Money to the IleiUlu-u. House Committee: on Ju- Mrs. Richard W. Fitzgerald of Mas-

[that. and now, In the pretty gill, she entered into the plan Calumet and Hecla Company and When he gets both he is a happy Missionary-"Do you ever and then descended on the sachusetts; Senator Owen, Miss Rose
very world-wide traveler will shortly on Woman Suf- Sullivan of Utah; !Ilrs. Mary 13.Cralgle .
with finch and tribute for the heathen In
of his alacrity promised to transportation boss. The British
triumph at having ac- start on an expedition to the lakes three hours they talked. of New York; Mrs Ida Porter +t
Jsbed find "the very one. Laughingly make that an actual state of affairs lands sir?
the acme of his ambition. Boyer
and wildernesses of central Africato were shooed from the of Pennsylvania, and Miss
'came that crushing Inheritance. telling her that the most prominent his scientific Investigations by making their trappings all one Millionaire-"Ob, yes Both of ) of the Senate by the Gordon of Louisiana n

yfe lost Its roseate\ hue and be- characteristic of the fair one must be pursue. slzo and then finding mules to fit. daughters married foreign for it was visibly Mrs Upton Introduced the suffragists r ,

black. an undeniable tendency to extravagance The advantage Is realized only whena men."-Judge. for the Senate to deal In with the remark that she was ; i

uctantly he gave thoughts and an empty purse her only -- mule falls In action and an under- ----- while the chatter from not atiBid of the Judiciary Committeeor

J steerage and up dower he awaited events. A scientific contemporary of across study has to shoulder his load or, Insubordination. hall made Its way through anybody else. She was providedwith r; p
secured deck
a the seas tells us that at present It is doors, a bell which she rang when she
ton the Kaiser Wllhelm der At a summons from the old lady, during the march when It Is necessary "I am very sorry to hoar
estimated there are In tho world'soceans of the visit the women thought the speakers had consumedenoug'l1
Is from New York, but all the he called at her rooms and there 7,000,000 cubic miles'of salt to relieve the gun train by fresh Salter that your wife left you so themselves of much argu- time. The first time it rangone .

bver while was a slim little thing with her mules ceremoull>usly," looked
outwardly enjoying and the most astonishing thing aboutIt to why thev should be per- or two of the women
Tit and making himself agree- dressed in if shabby gown who sat "The 'Empire waist' means a short "My mistake sir, I took her vote They also found around In dismay. Once or twice; the
Is that If all the salt could be taken
,i the ladles he was planning and knit away at a coarse stocking; coupled mule. The British army a mate and she proved to criticise In the furnishings of bell had to be rung with great Insistence -
in the level of the
out a moment
i get rid of his monetary Incu- and never raised her eyes or said a buyers' rule Is for 'a head like a pIc- skipper."-Current Llteiature. Room Likewise they before the enthused orator
ocean would not drop one slnglo inch.
,': word all the time he was there. Ha ture, legs like bats of Iron and feet with well-concolved ideas would yield to another.

went away a delighted man for In like masons' molls, short In his couplings Notice In Advance. members of Congi The Mrs Carrlo Chapman Catt opened dl'J
f Paris he
gave everybody the Though celluloid Is a convenient of public men, which are/ the arguments by saying that Great
nd went straight to the Latinr. spite of an unusual refinement of face chemical preparation for the manu- and Intelligent. To this la Caddie (to Foozle who has unanimous were polled. Britain bad done more for Its women

There he took an attic, and attitude. It was evident the girl facture of a wide variety of articles added In tho mule department a chest hacked his way to the first hole : In the suffrage line than has the r

Pit up with second-hand furnl- had not a cent in the world but what Its high Inflammability la a constant measurement of sixty-one Inches. "Wull ye bo goln' the whole Clay-"Perfectly dear." United States; that South Afilca and Ui

f:had a "mean pallet" for a bed. she could earn by knitting. Chambers' Journal. In Muleteers are paid for the outward Foozle-"Yes, of course. Johnston "Sweet old Canada had given the right of, munIc- r
bledown easel The next day he met her she wore says bound trip of the British transportsand "Only they'll be wantln' the ipal suffrage to their women whllo
some scarecrow view of theso circumstances particular Eeverldge-"Nasty, con- Norway and Denmark and tho other
a plain black dress. He saw her often are returned to Kansas City. It "
and other shabby to-moirow. It's medal day.
things and Interest is being centered In "gal- Scandinavian countries had '
upstart given
after that and by degrees he over- they elect to remain at the foreign
,ettled down to Tatler.
work with "
allth a German invention whichIs Burkett Rude West every suffrage light to their women.
came her extreme shyness, and she station they sacrifice their right to
Dg hope of of
some degree hap- now coming extensively Into vogue The next speaker was Senator Rob
lIe asked the boys about the conversed with him in a way that' since It is non-inflammable of great claim passage home later on. They Modern Entertaining. Wetmore-"Druto." ert Owen of Oklahoma who made a

best restaurants and was soon soon set his p.Ues tingling. strength, and of wIde value In its ordinarily go direct from the United "Sayl"! yelled Mr. Splurge to Owen-Dear old darling" ,strong speech for woman suffrage.

tilt with the most poverty- At the end of two or three months The materialIs States but are brought back via Eng. guest who was about to tacl< Jenkins-"Just a "Every good principle I have
possible applications.
en of the lot he was dead in love with the girl. land."-Washington Post. sandwich. learned" he said "everything ot
having a good a perfectly odorless hornlike product were other expressions but good morals and good manners I received -
He had not Intended this but ,was "
and almost Well sir? tfi"I
succeeding in for- prepared from casein the tho principal actors In from a woman. And I have
his"money not going to let such a small con- Wireless Telephony at See. "Can't you eat ham? Them
; when one unlucky cheese constituent of skimmed milk. proceedings Incidentally observed In history that just as high
B i lawyer tracked him out and sideration break up the plan which Enough value is attached to the en sandwiches is rented for the be said that Senators Dev- as Is tho position given to women in t,1*

ILwas was progressing so finely. It took ing."-Washington Herald. and who nation just surely will that
: no longer possible. His CLOTH FROM: PAPER. wireless telephone by the United Wetmoie a so nation -
fiea'ot the Quarter distrusted nearly another month to persuade States Government to lead to the Introduction of the Commtteee on lisa to distinction and fame.

Jfter that and turned the colder her to marry, but she finally con- Ccitnnn Yarn Result of Years of of the apparatus on war Highest Finance Suffrage were not present to "I give my adherence to this cause "
sented. music, Senator Owen was with enthusiasm and with religious
| and there was nothing vessels. The ships which are soon Miss Tessle Rector-"Aln't
Scientific zeal. know when the
The wedding day arrived. Paul Study. present for be made I I serve womenI
i quit Paris.-- to be from the Atlantic to fierce the the price of
.. dispatched way Impassioned speeches! and serve God. I know It Is a just cause
{union; whither be went he was terribly nervous having preceded "To the Ingenuity of Herr Emil the Pacific are now being equipped thing has gone up?" atmosphere with eloquence bpcanse I have studied it, and I have

('gull quite Borstrong, taking the bride by at least ten minutes Clavlez a well-known Saxon inventor with it. Tests show that communi- Miss Trixle Chantey-"Fieice? at the hearing In the studied it deeply. As the women are, ,

|ly decent apartment working and was beginning to have an awful and manufacturer Is due the produc- cation for distances like five or ten the limit! Why out of my room. so Is the nation.

> as he liked, spending and los- fear that she might have played him tion of a paper yarn termed 'Zyolln miles band this system Is fairly reliable per I have to pay fifty Just for an Imposing crowd that "When there are 6000.000 women

II the money he could without false. He had discovered by this that has been successfully used in a It has worked at least once be- expenses. I can hardly save a of the House and Sen earning their living outside of do-
she the in all Carrie Chapman Catt of I mestic service with what face
|ng suspicion Working as he time that was one girl wide range of textile fabrics. So tween ships which were twenty miles -Puck. gentle- ;
the world for him and as he contemplated writes FraAk N. Bauskett In the the international president men of the committee do you refuse '
fits and starts It required no the of apart. The principal use to whicha Association and this prayer of the women? Suffrage

ement tp acquire reputation with anguish prospect Technical World Magazine. wireless telephone would be put Not For Murphy, I Anna Howard Shaw of Is the only thing that would give

ilneas, and he soon had the hap- losing her a lovely vision appeared. "The utilization ot paper wood in the navy would be to enable an Mr. l\Iurphy-"OI want to : ( president of the Ameri- women a fair compensation for their ,

Etof learning that he was spokena He could hardly believe hIs eyes. Of fibre in this practical way and the extreme admiral to talk directly to any cap- pair of gloves." I led the procession. lal i". An'I one way the State would 4,

ne'er-do-weel who would all the costly looking brides he had cheapness of the new material tain in his fleet. The plan favors Clerk-"Here's something I reached the Marble Room ben (fit '
|make his mark. This encour- ever seen she was the costliest and compared with other yarns now In the occasional commission of mis- will Just suit you. It's a Senator Clay awaiting : .. UI'! ?, would be against cor- 'j'

hlm to believe that he could yet the plainest In her apparel. Was use Is really a most remarkable takes through a misunderstanding glove." wore Senatorial hablla- \\111.,11.(
that white-robed' strained smile "Some tell us that only the bad
magnificent queenly achievement. This Is not a haphazard
(exhibit with a good prospect the little girl who had been but when there was to be an exchange Mr. Murphy-"Nlver, begorral ." he sale], and bowed low women would vote. I aniweithis
woman but rather the
discovery logical
|ng skied and finding no sale of questions and answers want Irish gloves. Swade gloves Into the room by pointing out to you that there
In her black frock
work What then was his wont to sit poor result of years of painstaking study communication by wireless telegraphy dade! "Kansas City Times denounced tho lack of are so maniro good women than
In nurse'slittle
on going into the Gallery to knitting industriously and experimentation. After the final -that la, if every message of members of the com- bad in the wot'Id. The statistics ,,

i picture hung on the line, with living-room? development of the theory at first In was written out before transmissionand prove this The records of our penitentiaries -

airing( crowd before It} and to The next day on the train when mind into tangible material for all after being received. When in Not His Boy since we have been coming prove It, And I love the 4

the next day an offer of six- he casually dropped a. package of manner of uses in textile Industries port however a ship could communicate Indignant Citizen "Say! said "have thoro been n-orien's cause for tho enemies It has

thousand-dollar notes Into her lap the paper thread and yarn loose or boy threw a stone at me just now two or three Senators pres- mn'1*, Its. enemies.. are the keepersof
ousand marks for it. He bad with people on shore only Incase 1 brothels The ealoouclem
us t
with the remark that it was pin- missed
tightly ot all thicknesses have barely me.
ept; of course, or be found out spun the latter had special Instru- was contagious. nt always fights woman sue u
she remarked in the quietest Mr. "Yez he
money, since been into almost Grogan- say
convinced him that Munich woven every ments of their own. They could not was saved by the timely fiagc. It" aY the saloon element

or his purposes, worse than little drawl Imaginable: conceivable fabric and tested and retested be reached through a central exchange ye? of Senator Johnston who that prevented the women being;
"Oh Paul! I must tell you a little until the Invention has become Indignant Citizen-"That's with the air ot a martyr given the suffrage by the Oklahoma
secret! When Aunt Matilda understood myself to remark." "
t he tried St. Petersburg, think- poor an Important commercial suc the stake constitutional convention.
bat if there such died la California a week ago she cess. The paper yarn has extraordinary Mr. Grogan-"It was not my we women are asking for," Rpptesentatlve Alexander of New

Itlrg into were a thing left me two millions!"-From Good wearing properties, and as the How Fabrics Were Named. -New Century.A Catt, "Is every bit as con- York interrupted to say that a great

a' scrapo Russia was Literature. full scope of its usefulness has probably In connection with the insistently as the enfranchisement of objection to woman suffrage wouldbe
entry for- tha purpose. Here You don't want us to go that the Immigrant women coming
---j--- -- :t-j not been determined. It will, clinging character of velvet It may be Delicate Task.
all tbe .reckless things he and bag him to give us Into the United States would be made
Law. noted that this stuff takes its name "
'thln .' of. any one of which A Pauper by in all likelihood lend Itself to other "The newspapers said the this free Government do voters

,. have resulted in the banlahi A young man was telling his purposes yet to be discovered." from the Italian "velluto shaggy solemnly "do not tell the truth." give us some hopo of The immigrant men" replied Mr. .

i Siberia of ordinarily lucky troubles to some friends in a restau- offering In this respect a parallel "Perhaps not," answered the action looking toward Owen, "are educated In the saloons

tlual, but he never sffcceeded Injig rant Tuesday evening;. Origin of the Dog Watch with "satin," which comes from the tor, regretfully. "We do our amendment." Their women would neutralize this

even a faint suspicion of Nl- "Talk about bad luck" he said, The "dog watch" on shipboard is Latin "seta" a bristle But you know there is nothing Clay looked Impressed with saloon vote and this would benefit ii
As a general rule it is pretty safe of the declaration. Un- the State. Besides they are the
"the law certainly played a mean difficult than to tell the truth
either the short spells from 4 to
Bofore he had been in the /ot
tablo he held tightly to the women who will bear our future citizens
to that the name of a dress ma-
month, he found himself being trick on me when I was two years 6 o'clock in the evening or from 6 terial guess comes from some place. Besides way that won't put It up to"some of Johnston, who showed Shall we bring up the mothers

out by personages In the old." to 8 to break the monotony of the to challenge your veracity. bolting of our citizens In the eternal belief

circle and treated as If he had The friends showed Interest and regular four-hour watches so that such obvious cases as "astrak" ington Star. his attempt at flight that they are a thing apart from our

prince in disguise. This en- .the young man continued. the same men will not stand watch han "cashmere" and "tweed there the Senate was about to con- Government and have no part In It?"

him to try an experiment which "When I was that 'age my father during the same hours every day. If, are "fustian" (the humble analogue Rather Ambiguous. Clay sought to usher Senator Owen at tbe conclusion ot

]tgh he decidedly objected: to It, and mother were divorced; I was however you should ask the most of velvet), from Fustat (Cairo) ; "Don't be afraid" said the out In true Southern his address was given an ovation by
from Mosul In MesopotamJa failed Then Sergeant-at- the women present.At -
wished to try for some time. given to father and my sister was nautical person of your acquaintance ; "damask" from Damascus and on the front step; "that dog ( was called. He did tbe conclusion of tho hearing

ought occurred to him given to'mother."Father or Indeed all the nautical people strangers." J. ,
that "cambric from Cambria while"millinery" to be tactful, but his name Mrs. Upton asked the Judiciary Com
le been'* a gambler, he might and I have been hard, you know; why this 1s so called you "Yes. madam" answered \ be added to the poll mittee It It could not make a favor

pot rid ot any amount of money workers since I was a mere child. would probably find them unable to itself Is from Milan, dering Mike "I do not question one of the visitors said able report on the Joint resolution

ery-- hort time. He had heard "Mother married another man a tell you. The case of "silk" Is a curious one. assurance that he would like me. horrid" to make an unfavorable one so that

ead of fortunes being lost In a few years later and with slater, they The true answer is this: Dog Itis, "serlcum" the stuff obtained do you refer to him as a seeker before the House Com; : the matter might be debated on the 1
Klondlke.Mother's from the Seres or Chinese, but these Judiciary was in charge of floor of the 1I01l1le.I1ognalslllg ,
i night, he trled'-tbe thing with went to the newhushand watch is a corruption! of dodge watch, companionship or as an epicure?
people to have been named in
struck it rich. They are seem Star.
Introduced to Washington
tty of professionalgamblers- dog watch was prevent $
said to be worth over ,a million.1; ancient Greek after the Chinese word Want Texas to Glvo Side Line
t. all ot them-but professional the same men from always keep- h
Hers all the same : Then he sighed. ing watch the same hours of the day; for silkworm.-London. Chronicle. Convincing. Realty Worth S30OOOOOO. to Paper Manufacture,

[course,' he knew that he should "If the law had only-'gbellm.-: hence on these occasions the sailors .1.-. "Don't you think?" asked the ,Texas. A telegram from Bangor Me. Hog-ralslng on an '
mother!"-Youngtown Telegram.! Posthumous Honors. says full blood Cherokee extensive scale as a side Issue to the ,
he first'night or two--In stories ., are said to dodge the routine or to ger young author "that my ,

always do:-and .he didn't mind I ba doing dodge.watch.-Philadelphia Yen Hsln-hao the chairman of the convincing?" '. to Indian Agent Dana 11. moot manufacture of paper Is the expert:
Paying the Lightening.A document signed In 1835 which the Great Northein Pa-<
1, a while; but when it kept on I tourists who Record. native Chamber ot Commerce who "Oh. yes," replied the and fifty-three other per Company Is going to make on Its

after: night for a 'month and party of American died some time ago, has been granted critic "it Is convincing enough. granting to the Cherokees In hundreds of acres of land tbroughou

und that he had more than were comfortably established In a 'The Father of Algebra. posthumous honors by the Throne. convinced me that you ought 3,200,000 acres of land in the State .-j_ p

ed the amount he had at stake, hotel In Germany discovered a new It Dlophantus; of' Alexaadila, His son. Yen Yl-plng an expectant driving a team or doing Cherokee and Angelina The first consignment of bogs ,will; *-'

>ught 1t was high time to thrown contribution to "English as she I.apoke Is fourth century of the Christian era, Taotal of Chlhl!. Is ordered to be else of an honest nature to with the request that-he Im be turned loose on an..island lnT: < A
." only this' time they foundit transmit the document to northern Maine lake and the animals:
e undertaking.ouraged was not the inventor 'of algebra thenit given a second-class button and to be Irving.' Chicago RecordHerald.Bal'1lar.1
'and disgusted, he In the written word The buildinghad mentioned In the archives of the with a claim against the will be allowed-to run wild,, feeding ;
II not known to whom the honor
been recently wired tor electric- for the land. The land on the 'oots. herbs and other vegeta.. ,
London where he Grand Council. Yon'HslnThao, an ex- y
frequent- each belongs. To Diophantus the honor Is Repartee."They've would 150,000,000. tion which grows In the forest laud- .
the bulbs room .
sad under
eEaspEnd: with large sums. of tty generally glv nThe Arabians claim pectant, Taotat ot ChihU Is granteda reduced me to half I I .

ty* la his pockets; ,visited thee directions were posted In French that the Invention belongs to one ot posthumous title of the,brevet rank the old hen. I Stub ndl'ol; News. About Noted People' ; ,

of 'popular amusement with German and English.the German The Frenchwas nearly their countrymen: Mohammed. Ben- ot Sub-Chancellorrof'the Grand Sec- they tions,still grumbled expect me to lay Street markets stay be- Charles D. CarEee'the"memberfrom ... ,

n..., pocket-books,ill-concealed:, Irreproachable Muisi/who Nourished about the mId- cretariat, and one of, hla sons will the Fourth. District of Oklahoma .
fool 'em!I"
11000 ot 'thus losing at least so.: ,The English read as follows! I dle of the ninth century.; Certain it be'.ont'to a school by the Board of Well, I'll are'0"' to administrations{ are charged is aa Indian who. has all hla. Ufa' k t ,'"

thousand. pounds;, Either: the "To open'and' suut the lightening; is that the Arabians' Introduced algebra Education; and when, he,finishes his : '"What going titles. lived among.his klasmer., : ii?, ,'

",Were unusually on the alert electrical on. Is requested to turn to to', Europe by why of Italy; 'course of study he will be appointed inquired the rooster."Im .. of Mexl an railroads +.,Mr.Nathali "Strad./ .,'of .New York r ',%p '

pickpocket\; had all ,exflerl- the tight,hand, Ongoing tq bed it through Leonardo a','merchant' of district magistrate after c' having I going to lay down: be practically Perfected/; "', achieved sfsual',, victorytln'havingj,!er' ,'
must ba'closed. '', Otherwise the light- then old hen. President wUr'robably the Internatlon Pure Milk 'X.
1,change of heartfat nevervcould a who had lived among the Arabs due Congreasw'h .
.be'lose. ; 5) enlng ..mastrb; .' *: paid."' -Boston.Her Batbary. Leonardo's treatise -was 6ury examination.--Shaeghal "Me..1 I'; 'From which It must not be appointment ,"'new Brussels/ officially declare against ,.. '
to' York ald., -- t r:1"t.: of '" Inferred', tha : tba/eommon or' b Court Justices., tbe usa of raw milk. ; ', : ".". 1 r
en:"he returned New w ', ; New York-Amerb'; ,
.written la' 120).- Mets'Issued
: yard variety of domestic*". report Wilkinson 1et1m't.; <
i Bishop In a :
tried f" Investments. Knowinghe I there: hrea'1o00odbehlldren can,;:V(" :,,;. :" _,.: dOt '//te:Tha"rehJltlsaioD'r7:; : Sooiety.'ofQrtat t : ulangy.: )>The old bird may be .$ ? Is due' New "York llshed. la the London Dally H411 '
honed IfttRussia_
had tlo head tot business, .
.Britain now ,has 1J85 ;Euro- 'of taxes., scribes the "devastationrevolutionists '
this'lack the itcpngest! asset between and",;fou rteaa I- the worI4'Opulattoo.. there 'ii"wworkers with .U8liaatiT.! assls- 411ftcle1lt'a knowledge the 'w 0 ;-i.. ,
< ) lgieta'o' [\ grammar,-Chicago ; ; Takthira/the new Japanese I '"
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M h '+**"' LOCAL SYNOPSIS. City election May 6th. Brill has Easter dhlck postal card Resolutions of Respect. The-Marsh Market.

Brill has ;Just\ received a good lot of that squat. lila each.
At a meeting of the Class of '09 of the It want the choicest of Meat
DRE yon' outs
KA'S- new Hosiery. Contractor
Long (piss brought the
178 John B. Stetson University Monday, eave your order with n*. The beet of
I HE IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS OF "MoBrlde Market" for fine cuts of county convicts from the ]north and are March >88> the following resolution Beef, Mutton and Pork Routs and

Department Store THE FAST WEEK. I meat.. Phone 8. touching np the grading on the DeLand were adopted: Chops, Sausages, Hamburg Steak
Daytona road.Contractors. fresh and salted 11am..,Breakfast Bacon
William Stringfellow: now drives a WHEREAS: : Two of the prominent and eto Courteous attention and prompt'
Local l ana Suol.ty: Item. far the People's handsome touring auto. Lanman & Ackroyd began valued member of this clue, Miss Klla- delivery,
[EVERYTHING TO WEAR, TO EAT, TO USE this week on it $10.000 home for Mr. sheik Carson :
Pspar.-Brtoff Mention of Fact .. Read the "Viano Tuning" ad this and her brother, Mr J. Marsh Bros. i,
week and send in your order. and Mr Stanley In the Hough addition I M. Canon, have recently met with a
*Mn by our K.p.H.r.Wade on north Boulevard.Mr. wrest sorrow in the death of their uncle,
Stewart has been In
Judge np Georgia
IE HUNDRED FIFTY !IO I the past week on legal business Allan Parish the directory maD the Hon. W. J. Bryan, junior senator J. M. FAWCETT. M.D. -
the tuner Orlando
Is here having the E O. Painter Print from Florida; and
Dr. Mellette'a Remedies at Allen'. County Judge McCrory was on the ing Co to get ont a directory for the WHEREAS: : We the member of the No. 13 East Indiana Av.. 2

Sumffler .Suits? for: Men to Brill is selling Curios at specially lowprice. coast the latter part of the week. city of Miami. junior class of Stetson University desireto
Try our home made bologna and
pure share with them the
.. sad bereavement
Mrs Andrew E. Pierson, the wife of ; (Woodward's Photograph Gallery) ;

O be disposed of at a greatREDUCTION 150 I Lola at of Brill Banter'*. Cards aud Buster Novelties farm Phone 8.Messrs.sausage. "McBrtde's Market. a millionaire the brotber-in of Cromwell.law and, al.ter.ln-law.Conn., visiting therefore RESOLVFD be,It That we, the member of Nose Practice and Throat limited to the Eye. Ear 9

The bent tourist neuron DeLand baa Chandler.home Landis property& Fish have on west sold their Minnesota Mr and Mr. Peter Pieraon up at Pier- hereby be; ;junior\ extend class to of these Stetson our classmatesand University appointment.Hours: 10 to 12(except Sunday), and

_ ever had Is closing. ion, spent several day at DeLand the
avenue beet of friends, heartfelt
$7.50 Suits Now $4.98 You will find the biggest bargains Ladles wishing to use Persianna for by latter the part ulster.of While the week at DeLand accompanied In their deep grief oar ; and also sympathy be it
they S.
souvenirs at Batenon's Carlo embroidering will find it now at Dreka'sDepartment RESOLVED, That a copy of these resolutions .
made the trip to Daytona Ormond, Sea-
8.00 Suits Now 6.00 Mr. John B. Odam was a north end Store. breeze, and other places on the coast, be sent to Mr and Miss Carson i'
visitor to DeLand Tuesday There of in the and to the papers of DeLand and Kisslmmee. '
are plenty oranges Sam Gordon
taking them over In his ,
10.00 Suits Now 7.98 Prompt attention given: your order at DeLand market yet, brought in from fine automobile The Indies were pleas- Ma. .\ :f'

"McBride'. Market." Phone 8. groves about the city. ant callers at The Record office while In CHARLESSIE ELIZABETH E. MCKINNON, 60 New York Ave. omits. Cell... A... .
12.00 Suits Now 8.75 The building boom will continue The celery Industry ia b,und to be the citv. Mr. Pierson is one of The LOUHB ;HNEAD.HUOHUCETT: I Office Hours: 10 to1v2 a. m 3 to 0 p. ., P1

through the summer season at DeLand. an important one about DeLand and Record's Connecticut subscribers, and S FIERCE BLAKE, m., or by appointment. Tel 200. t.

13.50 Suits Now 9.48 City engineer Cozen of Orange City Lake Helen within a few years keeps in touch with the people of Pier- D. J. BLOCKER. }.

and The candidates for the officesare son through Its column every week. --- a..- {
I 15.00 Suits Now 11.25 family were here Tuesday to seethe county '' .
show. oat now after the votes They have In future the city authorltes should Piano Tuning. \

Brill' Easter Candles are manufactured yet six weeks to get in their work by no means permit those heavy show
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in accordance with the national The Board of County Comuiiculoaera wagon to pass over and rain oar shell this week Wade will work in DeLand i\
pure food laws and School Board will\ hold their April streets An instance thin Is seen on next week. Send orders
to Mrs. Swift'
ONE; HUNDRED FIFTY Mr. J. A. Erlckson was at Seville the I ss.alon.nest Monday and Tuesday. New York Are from the depot west

first of the week: to deliver a fine piano FOR SALE-Combination Billiard and beyond the Cathollo church where the OSTEOPATHY
he had sold there. Pool table. Also Tenpins and Balls. show was held Tuesday last The heavy t ,

I"I"D Ladies'' Wash Skirts at a Have The Record sent to your North ,Will be sold cheap. J. A. SCARLETT. through wagon tires the shelled in many pavement places, making, went Dr. J. R. Moseley. graduate of the iiI :;t'..

ern home during the summer and until Mrs. Walker arrived from Atlanta KirHsvIlle: School of Osteopathy, under :W"
O 150 great holes In place, and grind.
you return next winter. the first of the week and Is the guest of many the founder of the Science. /,
ing the shell into dust It will take
SACRIFICE PRICE i Pay your poll tax at once if you wish her sisters Mrs W. C. Watt and Mrs.\ cimstderadle< to the city to Office-The first floor of the Carroll. t."
expense put
ton Hotel
to be H: A. Wood. over U. A. Dreka & CO.'H !
to vote at the
coining: this street back Into good repair. The dry roods. store !I"i
municipal election in DeLarul. Mr. Steve Getty U furnishing a cumber Hours- to 12 :30 and 1 30 6
mayor and the city council should have : : to or by ;
r. Choice full.blooded White and Barred of the business men of DeLand with I It distinctly understood that in future appointment. Phone 188. i#;
$1:25 Skirts Now $.98 + artistic Steve Is artist in
signs. an
a 2: Plymouth Rock Turkey and Duck Eggs these heavy teams shall not pass over -, :
' 1,50, Skirts 1.19 for sale. J. E. ALEXANDER. artistic lettering.A any of our shelled streets. It is too expensive .'l:
Now number of people of the city \j.
Allen, the progressive/ druggist/ has a young to the city .
2.00 Skirts 0 Now 1.65 special department for fining tiesses. attended the dance over at Lake Helen. !!I Mr. Bedford Jones, that sterling .ear'::
5a The needy will be glad to know of it. Friday night last Bashnell's orchestra
3so democrat of DeLeon
young Springs,
furnishing the mnaio. t
p.50 Skirts : i oe Now 1.98 Mr. D. E. Miner, keeper of The Col. i formally enters the race this week for
.s lege Arms golf ground, and left Mr. Noel Montreville is now sufficiently :
f.3.00 Skirts Now 2.48 family the office of sheriff, his card appearing
5= w "a c: Monday for Elmira, N Y., their summer well to resume work as book. In The Record's announcement columns.He / .
!3.50 Skirts t; s g' W Now 2.87 home. local keeper editor at the of Painter the Supplement Printing Co and says he is going to make a vigorous' tn1Y .''r'Jt

Ifi' a. t= The spring Normal Training School fight for the nomination on the 19th c
i.oo Skirts Q Now 3.37 at Stetson Is a hummer this season and A delegation from the Odd Fellows day of May. He wants to win ont in D ,."..

3 Prof. Suhrle the director of thin department lodge of this place went to Sanford the first primary, and propose to see .;,::
jT4.SOSkirts t%f Now 3.79Staple i III happy Monday night to attend a district convention most of the democrats of the county .:)
ot that order, called by Hon J. ? '
before that date. Bedford knows Volusla -
Mr business
Joseph a prominent
B. Conrad. county as well as any man within I s
man of Eau Claire, Wis, Is visiting ..f
his brother Mr. W. L. Kepler ont at Mr. and Mr. George Burch who her borders, and It hi i IK nominated, ".
and Fancy Groceries Lake Winnemlasett. have been spending the winter here,left will make the county a good and efficient In and and '

for their home, Berlin, Mich, this sheriff. He has lived in Volnaia around DeLand in Copyright 1908 by ,
Hon. Percy Atkinson, editor of the a ui 1
week. They were perfectly delighted all his life and this la the first time he Hart Schsffher St Marx
May, Grain, Orange Box Material, Wraps | Eau Claire Wis., Daily Leader, is visit with our climate and DeLaml. has offered, himself as a candidate for few months hence you
. ing ia the city. His family have spent an office. be If You're Waiting ry
the winter at DeLand. Teachers are still arriving daily to may glad.

The Walters Pharmacy now makesits tuke the Spring Normal Course at Stet. The mission which was begun by for invitationto
DeLand is
Surely a
G. A. DREKA & CO.Phone No. 77 "I Ice cream for ita customers with an son. The number air .ady is largely In Father Breanahau in the Catholic pros-

electric motor M a power, sod the creamit excess of the total taking the course a church last Sunday has been well attended perous. come and see our

makes can not be excelled. year ago. and they art lure from nearly throughout the week. Everyone We have list of new clothes, here it 't"I

.......,.. . . . . .. . . . .4tNK11 . Mrs. A. E. Voyle and little Catharine every county in Florida. They got at know that Catholics are noted for a prop- is. We're "at ,
I. home"i
, Stetson the most advanced methods for.ucce.efal their fidelity in church attendance, and erties such as houses, lots, :
are here from the Gainesville home
teaching, besides reviewing there is scarcely any congregation more business day
making a visit with Mrs. V's parents, I orange groves, peach orchards l'
those text book. need by the state In exact in that matter than the hlghly-re
we'll show
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McDonald I you :
the regular examination of teachers for spected little Catholio congregation of etc., that you
Mlaa Jauie Bennett has returned froma I certificates to teach. DeLand. There was a large attendance should see. Hart Schaffner & n

month's stay at Dania, down on the at both services on Sunday. The musical Marx clothes.
East Coast, where her brother Loving { DeLand now has long distance telephone
program rendered was exceptionallygood Call and get a Bulletin.E. .
' 4 When We TRUSS YOU la in the tomato growing: business. connection with all points in bliss Hahn. a Brooklyn visitor, SHORT DRAWERS
I Florida whore the Bell lines na well
County Judge J. Lee McCrory, Mrs. played both morning and evening Her WASH TIES
as to New York, Philadelphia, Washington H. HAYWARDReal
You get the best on the market. McCrory and their niece Miss Janle violin coins uere delightful and< ;just\ THIN SOCKSWALKOVER
Baltimore, Cincinnati: Chicago, ,
Strange left Wednesday for St Angus charmed the appreciative, xmlienceVli Estate and Fire Insurance.
You don't buy many in a lifetime.U tine to attend the Ponce DeLeon cele St. Louis and any principal point Mary Zieifler'd "Ave 11..rl"Ir. ; No. 37 DeLandS. OXFORDS ,
throughout the North. Yon call get
bratlon. I I J. T. Cairn Anirel's Anthem," and
you buy the right one first, it may |I this service nt the central office of the Boulevard Fla. E FOUNTAIN'Stut
Mr J. Zlegler's 0. Salufans
For Sale-My family horse, or will were +
DeLaud telephone pxcnange. This long ..-.,,'- -'' ". __ _..,_ rdtPfthaasaarll
be the only one needed. Curesare give it to a responsible party to keep distance service wax Inaugurated, last given a perfect rendition. The opening -o.cI !!!!!!

and a.e. for light work, for the sum sermon hy Father Bresnahan was forceful M. nm _wtlntetagrMwaaFMiYrtifteil.rst d,
too to take chanceson Saturday
none sure mer. !See: V. Dauber), Lake Winnemlaeett. practical and eloquent. The need *.*f
a truss Capt. Samuel E. Smith, the accredited of n larger church was fully realized
poor representBtKe of The Record, Pier. The Famous HOUGH TRACT
when many: were obliged. to stand out i
The Real Estate
Hayward Agency I
DeLand this
son spent several date at
side the door the rectory
or use as an
sold, for Dr. C. H. Blank, of Denver !
COME IN AND TALK IT OVER week on business Mr. Smith Bar the annex, during the evening pEorvl"l'11 Embracing some of the richest Celery and Truck *
Col., the 10-acre Allen grove north of Pierson people are prospering nil Itettlng .
town. Messrs Landis & Fish are the on well, and the orange growersand ----- --- Gardening Land in the State, has been surveyed, I .j.

FITTING/ FREE.alien's present owners. truckers of his section of the county The Hough Celery Lands.Mr platted out in I 5 and 10-acre tracts. We are offering

Mr and Mrs. Victor Daabert, who are making money. The present S. V Hough' hw ;just\ opened np I this land for a short time for r

have a beautiful winter home and place prospect, he says is very promising fora a tract of five tbnnxand. acres of gardenIng I
Shrug StoreNext out on Lake Wlanemlsiett, leave on fine crop of oranges next winter, as all land which lies from four to seven I Twenty-five Dollars Per Acre r

the 13th: for the St. Louis home. They tne trees are very heavily loaded with mile from DeLand and will put same

; to the Postottice DeLand, Florida. return early In the fall. bloom. on market. This land adjoins the town of Lake Ilelen, rail : "
; Chief Justice Joseph M. Hill, of the Mr. Joseph N. Williams, a senior law Nathan Robert, who has been farm-
way runs through; the tract, and it is drained by Deep
''u Supreme Court of Arkansas returnedto < student at Stetson, and Miss Carrie loon/> this land for the past year has"
his home ia Little Rock: this week, Dunbar, daughter of :Mr and Mrs D. recently brought to this market some Creek.A I

t after spending several months with bla J. Dunbar of this place, were united in of the finest. vegetables we have seen town-site has been reserved on the railway,

sisters, Mrs Arnold and Miss Hill. marriage last Saturday evening, the here. He brought In a wagon load of and each purchaser of a 10-acre piece of land will be ;
The College Arms closed its doors bride's pastor Rev H. C. Harris, of the celery this week, of which many of the
town lot free.
Wednesday morning for the season.It M. E. Church South, performing the head measured over eighteen inches

has done a fine business the past sea- ceremony No cards. Mr. Williams around and over two feet in height. It It is a good, healthy country, to live in, and thereis t

'. ,' k ion, probably doing/ better than any of graduates from the Law Department of will mean a great deal to UeLand to no better vegetable-producing land to be found
JlH.Eo!: : xcx&axKK&cea: .. ..: .. ..: GG60X&ir: : : the other big winter resort hotels of Stetson next month. He Is a promising have this land settled up and developed. '
the state. young man of Lake Butler, to which Several piece have already been sold anywhere.

IWDeLand; Pressing Club Mr Carl Johnson, of Philadelphia, place they go after commencement.This to Lake Helen and Northern parties. For particulars, see

through the Hayward Real Estate is a great year for Stetson Uni ----- '

' 75 North Woodland Boulevard Agency, has purchased of Mrs. Lillian ver lty. The registration: went above Reception at The McLeod House. GOULD BROTHERS, Agts. .

l'l (Over Kruse' Bicycle Shop) M. Hayn, a fine lot on Palmetto the 500 mark this1 week, the biggest attendance On lat Monday evening a large and

!, Court and 1 III erecting a handjone cot. the Institution baa ever had. fashionable" gathering filled the spacious > "''M"'M"'M''W'' a*Kt HI ******
" tags: on it already. If the Increase continues as it has the parlors and porch of the home of De-

[ eaning Pressing and Repairing Neatly The Stetson Glee Club left Mondayto past few years the attendance will be Land's charming hostess Mrs. McLeod,
, give concerts at Kisslmmee,Orlando, 700 or 800 in a few years. the biggest: to do honor to the guest of the evening, r:::::--:::::::::::_::--.::::::_:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

ilk. Done, and WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. Lakeland, Bartow, St. Petersburg and college lo the South and already ranking bliss Anna Mildred Hahn, of Brooklyn, DID YOU KNOW
i other place It appeared before a fine with the very best in the country N N. The reputation of Miss Hahn. I

audience at Green Cove Spring last/ In the matter of equipment, departments a violinist had preceded her to DeLand. f that, when undecided, your toe
jre Give Our Special Attention to Cleaning and Friday night, giving superb concert, and the fine work done, and the Those who were present listened always turn InT Factl Notice N

Pressing Ladles' Skirts and Coats. and the people there are load in their great advantages to be had by students, spelled bound to some of the finest the next time you stand among

i .. praise of the fine entertainment given both young men and women. instrumental) music ever heard In our 1 i oar stock ofFINE .lf
them. The Van Ambnrg show exhibited at town. Her Gounod'Ave Maria was GROCERIES
I The Record and all UeLand friends DeLand last Tuesday afternoon and simply hypnotic a* it floated through
382 J. F. McCORKLE, Propr.x80K1' | sympathize with Mr and Mm George night to bin crowds. At the night per the still evening air redolent with the I and are bewildered with the variety ;t

; Hill In the destruction of their valuable formauce there were probably over a fragrance of the orange blossom. Every quality and appetising look "y
: > : 9CBC8CeCBOBOBC89"Elastic" : of ticketed with
Glen wood home by lire last Wednesday, thousand people under the big tent number was applauded to the echo I' everything reasonable '
The home and nearly all Its content It was the largest and beat show of its MIllS Clemlntlne Bauer of Alleghaney i price Fragrant Coffee, I

were distroyed, a loss of about $4 600! kind ever exhibited at DeLand. The Pa, presiding at the piano a* accompanist : ii perfumed Tea, prize barnyard f,

with Insurance of $1,000 on the House fine horseback riding, the performanceof In her usual charming and I Butter, and Eggs "just dropped." l! NIt's
and $300 on furniture.Father the two little Japanese tots and the efficient manner oar bnelnes to buy so expertly JT' **J

Breenahan,, Florida's Catholic herd of trained elephant were de. Mr. J. T. Cairns was present In his that our customer ate all
'9t lUbe missionary, will lecture In the Lake cldedly the best of the many remarkable beat voice and rendered number of twisted with approval and a daI -
ern1cke | sire to boy all la eight. Do itl It's the only way to sue money on Oro-
Helen library every evening al '780: '' feat given at both performance.. The his old time favorites much to the de cerise, and buy here.
from Wednesday,'April 8, to Sunday, how gave the worth of the charge of light of the audience. ';,,
Bookcaseand April 13. The lectures will be fall of admission, fulfilled every advanced Miss Margaret Owen and brother,
Desk combined.Permits jIi Intereet. Important question in connection I promise made. Master Clarence,captivated their bearers i WE wish to call your attention to our Coffees and T a..

with the I Catholic faith and Mr. Mayo Dade, who is yet with by their rendering of popular long : The "Harrington Hall," steel-cut, is the best Mocha

book apace as:much as wanted or as little practice will be dealt with. ,A cordial Chase &; Co.,. orange and vegetable These children have remarkably sweet and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents, and is very popular. For _

I Comprises Desk Unit with invitation 1* extended to all non-Catho-' shippers and brokers, U dowp In the voices and give good promise of I the best 25o Coffee in the city nothing compares with our f,
few or many Book Units as lies tomato section of the lower East Coast brilliant musical career. "
"Niagara; once used always used. A full line of Tetley'aand ;
desired. Roomy, convenient It Is hoped that all who love to bear He writes that an Immense crop Is goingto At the close of the nice social program ,

It ft",ie attractive." ,._AO( '..Call. .,Mr.e and,too M fine quartet singing/ or who are fond of market from there, from 60 to 71' Rev Father. Curley, on the part of I White Rose Teas iu packages and bulk. n

J. P. ALLEN & co. bell.ringing (the real sort), orl'who like oars a day from Miami alone. Seventy- those present In a few appreciative expressions Asking for a trial, we areYours ">;: ,* ;

AOOfra.DHi.ANU. to hear a genuinely good bras*. band, eight were shipped out from there last presented a beautiful basket respectfully, .
will 'go .to hear the ParUnd-NwhaU Saturday. Mr. Dade say the pine. of choice flowers, the gift of Mrs. C, I

FLA.., Concert Co., next Friday, April 10, at apple crop there will be great this sea O'Neil, to Miss Hahn a* a small token 1 Phone A. H. WOODAU t ;

the University Auditorium. This la the son. The tracker and pineapple grower of her audience' sincere appreciation. I ; +ff\ ..
: last attraction of the Lyceum ooon of will clean np over a million dollar Delightful refreshment were served L...._........_._.__...._._..__..._.._._.._...._.__. ___..__..;;.__ ;..1.I; f"' "
-- event Tim'and price a* tuual. I this season. during the evening. I .-..............._....................,.....,...............-._I ..................,............ *," >:!. J,..,

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ids lor I mt MC avgnaaa 01a rare a law ai ytuamt bv hot je Horxr* II i I .lcurWaay iAYia in-paooa of oar If it o be Out limir f Urn .
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I I RWf =Hraar UBM dw auyijan at'r aiJ Inatrs in regard ta the aaaoaaa,
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gray era w4a ae* harp want pea iuaJw.lnijiir 1 l -J. rII era ar torn jav rsuc. ad-i wuti wa pie Ern..i w Blt13T0I. at of PuiMvr LnamMQuov lijKPVajTroaeaia D

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a a e .o..f Q oICJtJWI1IC* Par your part
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3* gi* lI 1 IBuL r ia inni *it ta oar irama >j
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m- Mat tart -r.r not laR even 'W ar Aaut c.ai_ war p[ vote t7 tailaa fir any wmtwie I t.:.L WmmoIL May 1SL W*. If aeun anuttd won taradaatuvaaua ry try rA aweraxw toms tit' V'. ,

by taw gaaniai and auw why I did met [writ wtta any railroad the: Da1"-- apuanad f:7sJ. Kl"fDERClA EXHIBITION' :1> t Iot--SamaalSo. r1o. et taia muac important otna taoniv:

a. that acac can da maud "-n \Jr the opt.w..S9dY. of aar rafl- eaMaatIC..raw | X Cmmml--C.So. JL Gatgaai By UM pwoia. I will.**i hap alway 1 a. vo.aaaoonaa mianf at.";
nva ID du.parfima my fate mipamaurtKlttJ Ar nwmlM-r of ta*naacy te-.el-1 a
". wtnaa feet be m jrniait flu auareso mad wtx ei-flH"U.:tn bemnmir a ass d Rrtasnq ia.rd.The '('Cajnes a*Jbmr SL Stetson i 4. Darona-T. 2L FlCB{ r JiSo. auti redady c- brat ..sew d toy dime c S-v.jaojuci t. tie no,

till t5e a-vI&- Tarp .fate teatf 3xar 0.r ifidixn ami wttaopgr aQppor_ !Jf any Unity 1. Pirs Oft p-T. Lagathmam. ants. 1. JU.a. Dm>er U3 .. I app-'-

r R.Q and aravwd oozearad I LDtt fun that ant any r a-aaw pow'to sat pr fan to 7em -A.7 EurleJt S cwim So. Sew 3cua Ary Tta Oraua.tocnrr Buna*cunmrnd an try ia Utt fit.ntKit .
wtabf tJoI dear ksw.5 aaavrrtn.t at a mr cnm4( loa a ail 3mrrr*-Lra r ier.So. will ..._*. .no .
lttat a. Cans tal _c- d Yr most Como OT m* -'ttI 1fJ.ndImL.. Laic FruiiT af. tJtJlL.I1 tae ent 11.Cat Hill-W. L. Gant... a. at4* cmc* a..aa Y.a y

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c. payer ami II mea eaaDaay I panfnna aDd i iHt awif KtTiy aiemniafx > ''c
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the asefr till the pwp[. ItJP Ce r o af ae "Jeoartaieai- jad will initm*_ nuiHitBir DM auawinof ter card d rabr
Wabr o.ac beeta. I m* LMmoefacw war arjoonry Yalatrr .tYiWwauestytar 0.It.
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t.-e tae of tae de aadleace -
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L tamt aiinareiy by my tauiail ant&a : and uiT-4 aimran z J3-mta a3 j
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tar SmtllZtBmtal cm. atutwr that 1 ayuimml anrraine; mta tae af o. aQana a I h.aabp anas.ea apail.-t
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*mtenac af ta*gaapfo that war pa. C1tIt Daict"abaw sat tie wait dan.zof o1a for me adict of to cuiac *,Ui* kncialanir. majMt D>*>f11
Halt r mat law/ taw raHroad'mats p. D t tEr evaftfua 1111" matt asT.itfatma site anta-vlllzed to LTas, tie neuaae teat t .>(ta*hnrai ivura uf Vuiawa awn
Bjnle tn b4un xaiter ta* 'sacThar aH.---a-
tf-- taw appntmail or tnartfrma. pea ae.cft dance af tier red[ our awn American Fitt p.r : IIId tmfl urot tvnair frtmrnrr ifcimia a.tM'.
three mamArs osx rfIop.ad rtapat feat soon and
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I ora4alit -c want. na .s..r Q meKt.al.eCa if .>+ii-I 4'vnor' ami .Iataarery..fa raaP.su.I y e uaces ate n a better pa-teas tT Ir
JaR etamirl..tae matlDldoatk a_ Bata aeaae fames kaear-Jur. HelDIC.1tilliD1f' tile _oJ.q.a..t tw tar acorn d ta*IwawtntM ;.
aDoI Dr the txrmar_ CD sent 011.r7 than
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ltta-r.err aay.aasiaa.mtrfw m..c with pat apvtwaf DooamdIdare. =aaix tie toy iaaovTie wJoroJwrJo. C.J.K I. IQ'. and amTtcrf afro_ oar me noc tucrWar t tai--d.
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tafrert tammfarrr am bAir pua r dm.aee fur s aueaaewna at .mu.rCdIL pre-

i a wr t. mfr a aL.etfwt K fIIIrooImNd rear, af blame !&T any atowJkaaL.7 t aa Ram and C aoail arc attempt D> *" franca do E.traua.aotolers tFSLOSal& Very reaoeetatfly joarvDL Ta for D..eraa., Yore "tiirC

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1MDJa furl Bfalacfioav of tta eanuntartom and aO Cffitt CS3imnl[ Ia na.Irate.sy.eif.-s-
wb a aba t&vnuwiTm Air the gmttluar.
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