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 10, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1888; ceased in Aug. 1921.
General Note: J. Park Todd, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 20 (Jan. 1, 1889).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
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Experlenoi. of on English Military I

OffjoUl Ir. India. COMMISSIONERSIHeld i I'
f ,When Lieutenant Henderson was SCHOOL BOARD.The i ; LEADING

captured by the natives of tbe Gold < ,

Const hinterland tbey got Into a I
I wordy dlscushlon us to how they would the Regular Monthly Session Business It Transacted at CANDIDATE t

kill him Thelctlm listened awhiletill tH
Monday and Tuesday. the April Session. .
he Willitr ot It. "Oil, well," .

J rinfants and'Children: t he said "I can't be bothered with your Board met pursuant to adjourn. The Board met Monday evening,

arguments! I'm ery Hleepy Let me ment. All the members were present. April 6th, with all members present. FORUNITED ) ,
Kind Ton Have Alway Bought has borne the sign.- know when you bare wade up your The minutes of last meeting were The minutes of last meeting were
'ire of Clioa. U. Fletcher and has been made tinder his minds" And off to sleep he went read and approved.It tt

'ccBonal supervision for over SO year Allow no one The unexpected performance saved his read and on motion duly approvedand was the expressed wish of the i
. life Ills culm Indifference signed. board to take up the repair of school
4'deceive you In this. Counterfeit, Imitations and persuaded The following road and bridge reports houses dl Ya
' Samory's men tbat they hud to do with as early as practicable, so as
.Tast-aa-good"! but and thetalth
( are Experiments, endanger were then submitted as follows: to have the work done in ample time ...
some one of Immense Importance. Unwilling
of Children-Experience against Experiment. District No. I-General repairs. for the opening of the next term of
to take on themselves the responsibility District No. t-"No' report. ; STATES '
school.A .
t& Kind Jou .Have Always) Bought for his death, they sent District No. 3-Ten cars shell layed schedule of ,teachers' salaries for ;
; him unharmed to Samory's court. In on DeLand and Seville road and repairs the coming I)
f-1 S9 Bears the Signature oft the, Jlmlnl country. on Seville and Crescent City local year Trustees was who wish to i

Once again Lieutenant Henderson road make recommendations for teacherswere SENATOR'I

a iiaved himself by a like exhibition olcourngo District No. 4-General repairs, instructed to have those recommendations I

/ lie found Samory on a District No 5-No report. on file In this office! as ; :
t throne, surrounded by 4,000 warriors, On motion the E O. Painter Print. early as possible, not later than the ."..

yet when motioned to do homage on ing Company are hereby given the July meeting of the Board, as after DUNCAN U.FLETCHER I
his hands and Knees he did nothing of contract to print 5000 county voucher that date the Board will proceed to

the sort He simply sat on the throne for the sum of $9.00. fill all vacancies at its own instance. ,
Use For Over 30 Years.
On motion the pension claims of The Board
beside Samory, shaking that monarch decided not to hold n
r.f o..rae.a.weear.7r .Va.ar.rae01 ?ow eon a/t.. Lamar Bryan James A. Hamilton and County Normal, ns of the
warmly by tbe band. Thanks to this, so many Stands for These
John O. Wilkinson were approved. Principles :
and to nothing else, he was accepted teachers will be away during the sum-
On motion the notary bond of mer, but to advance the! salaries of Control of Interstate Carrier by IntoraUU
----- ------------ us the repiexcntutlve of a great sovereign
and A. I. Miller
C. O. Codrington those who make a special effort to Commerce Coanmlaafon.Fnvora .
3ft|:J sstonal Cards. V/OLUSIA: COUNTY ABSTRACT, Instead of U captive doomed to were approved increase their skill and efficiency by
v INVESTMENT!: and TITLE INSURANCE death lie talked to Samory M tbe On motion the revolver bonds of Income Tar
attending! creditable Normal schools
-..., COMPANY.: queen, und Snmory talked to him. Thus C. A. Baker, N. L. Morriion. L. W but not ;for review courses Sta"* for Tariff H rl.loo. and Benefit. to

J W. PERKINS, a mission which might have ended, as Hendricks and H. C. Gandy were approved tory to massing; an examination prepara- Florida. Farmer.. and Fruit Graw..... I I
Bert Fish, Cary D Landls. so many African mission Imve ended, and clerk instructed to issue The !Superintendent reported that Duly on Egyptian Cotton.OavoriBmoat ; .
tf President and
Sec Treaa
y In a terrible silence and a suspicion ol license therefor twoiitv-two applications for !State Aidhnd Appropriation fog Harbor

,NKY and LAW COUNSKLOR-AT- Titles Insured unspeakable? horrors, did, In fact, end'' On motion IT H. Sams is granted; been filed, aggregating $,1.R7.$. 1 Island Hirer and Wntoirwnya. .

SI! -, Abstracts urniahcd and titles perfected. In a valuable basis of future relations the right to kill two pink curlew and( The ntfnmev. instructed to have Opposed to Traata and all Monopolio*. ;;,

Land Florida. Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup- between Cleat Britain and a Mohammedan two pink ihis for specimens. MiMished duo notice nf elections! ; to h<- Favora Currency. Reform
Federal plied. power.-London Scraps. On motion the Volusia! CountyRecord lield' 1 in nine !SnoriM'; Tax Districts.
a'ctlce In State and Volustit is hereby designated; as the 4F6b/i6trkidii@FRf'EfdEe:.ft
Opposite County Bank. Ml colored teachers who wish; to i6B6iii6f6FE44At

ft Courts: DELANp: FLORIDA The !?$h.p. of the Sky. newspaper in which the delinquenttax ,10 so May attend the mpetinor of their .
"'--- sale of be published -
t 1907 : -
Mate Association. nnd the Board will
What Is tbp form of the!
apparent I is
motion Commissioner
allow their salaries continue dur- Grand Jurors.
UtT & BLY. to DeLand Churches.
vault of the sky? There Is probablyno
hereby instructed to investigate; the inir the time. the schools
(14 one to whose eyes it seems a true condition of Malphen's family and : The following-named electors of the
shall not close for more! than three
?TTOBNEY8-A.T-LA? fOR SALE OH EASY TERMS hemisphere, with the zenith appearing take such action as he deems best. davs Presbyterian Church county have been drawn and summoned

sW' to as distant as the horizon. At sea or On motion the commtmcation! from T1'e P vtona Trustees npntierl to Rev Benjamin B Knapp. PaMor.. by Sheriff Turner to serve as Grand
a* Bank Building. DELAND. PER ACRE lu allot country the seeming greater citizens of Oak Hill in relation to the Board for asststince In hul"':"- Sunday school at 9:45.: Morning service Jurors before the Circuit Court which
tl fflce over Postoffice,DA Y'i'OKALandla distance of the horizon Is best shown. road was referred to Commissioner .i school hnti new
. Beit Peach Section In the Stat. convenes next week:
s--- Professor J. M. Peruter In discussing Murray. 'o'clock.
with the matter were referred -
, S. A. BAKER. '- Seville Fla. this subject reaches the conclusion that I On motion the petition of citizensof to rV State Hoard of Educa- First M. E. Church J..B..T. Odnm.A. Zelgler,

Bert Flab the form of the vault In vertical I section Cassidaga; Camp asking; for change tion for ndinstment
Sunday school 8 45: J. C
a. Preaching ,
------ referred E. ''''. Poppell
ILANDIS! & FISH Is that Of the segment of 'ft Circle in Camp road was to Adanm) \ uns inpolnted to comnlete I service 11 a. m Dr, Hunter will preach W. I F.! Uobbs.
: and E. Bedell
W. C. CANNONS'Liery E. D.
the arc of which subtends at the center Bond Spencer the uni-rplred term of the To- Theme: Tanl's Thorn In the Flesh. The C. H. Mask.
1BY8: and" COUNSELORS- au angle of the order of forty degrees a committee to mark and view said mo"a school. young people's meeting 8 43: p. m. W. L. Brown

n AT-LAW Feed and Sale Stables. (Jt the reader will draw such a segment change and report at next meeting The treasurer's I nooks and reports HcthodlHt Church T. F. Curtis,
of South.
On motion the report committeeto Episcopal
were examined' and nnnroved': old J. N. Chauvin
PDeLand, Florida Fine Fashionable Turnouts he may be surprised by the amount of mark and view change; in Ham- warrants were cancelled* new I hills Sunday school every Snnday morning Joseph Padgett

acttce in Stale and Federal Bus meets all trains at \. C. L. Depot, flattening which Is thus ascribed to the mond and Seville road was ordered were approved and warrants drawn lit' 10 a. m.j preaching 11 a. in I Ep C. B. Odum,
ss Courts Hark. meet morning and nfternoon F. E. sky. From this optical Illusion many filed, committee discharged and openIng for the same worth League at 6:43 p m t preachingat G. W. Bennett
il facilities for examining and U. By trains nt Orange City and nl(ht curious effects arise, such as the seeming of said road advertised for thirty The financial statement was submitted 7:80: p. m. Prayermeeting every A. B Wilkorson.
of land titlesOCRORY train at DeLand Junction. U. 8 Mall Increased magnitude of the sun days, said road to run on following and approvedA Wednesday night. John HiiiHky,
both route. Hacks meet bouts at Beresford. and moon when near the horizon and metes and bounds to-wit: Commencing -I O. Botts. Supt H. F. HARRIS, P. C. J. M. Bennett
Gentle horses and .
cnrelul driver.
the apparently oval forms of halos and at a point on the Seville and Ham John H. Allen '
Christian Church;
Phone 3. DeLand Fla. eoronas seen at low altitudes. mond road at the north-west corner -- ---- E. E. Sylvester,
H of S A. Baker's pear orchard and Minutes Meeting Fire Department, Services in the Christian church as H. A.
running south 330 feet more or less usual next Lords Day S. S 10 a. m. J. M. Brooke. '
kTTORNEY-AT-LAW. The Spanish umeon. Thence due east distance of 900 feet April 5. Sermon 11 a. m. Subject "Christian
SEE T. a
* E. ARNOLD QUICK Primarily the galleon was but a less and intersecting with Meeting was called to order by the Evulution". Endeavor8:45. : p. m. Every-
more or Party Rates via A. C. L.
DeLand Florida. For peaceful merchant ship, but by tho the Seville and Crescent! City road president Mr. Silas B. Wright, with body invited. Special innnlo.
wIVrlah4 a sureenough'Bargain Irony of fate she became, almost from. at a point just across! the ACL. eleven members present J. W. B. Smith, For parties ot ten ((10)) or more travelIng -

- in resident her Inception, a center of the fiercest railway.On Minutes of the previous meetingwere Pastor.St. together on one ticket, two ((2) cents

S. B. Wtiibi. Jr. fighting Square rigged and high of motion the territory now em- read and approved. Buruabas' Church: per mile per capita minimum per capi
WRIGHT property. Located stem and stern, broad of bow and low braced in election district No. it is Chief Allen reported the receipt of St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.
VlUGfIT & ta fare fifteen ((13)) cents. These rates
feet of hose
. of waist, with massive bulwarks and now here declared a Justice district 500 new purchased by ,Campbell Gray Rector.
:.to close in. Price and the council. That there are to the public and apply between -
1000 open
district No. city was
LTTORNEYS-AT-LAW. forecastle, and' poop three and four and numbered Justice 13 Sunday, April twelfth. Palm Sunday.
PUBLIC terms right. decks high, she possessed a picturesque On motion Justice district No. It feet of good hose and about 500 feet '7 a. m. Holy t Communion; 9 a. m Morning any point on the Atlantic CoastLines I
i-it; NOTARIES appearance, but little of sensible naval is now here re-esfiblished and embraces of medium good; hose on the fire I prayer; 9.1)0; a. m. Sunday sci! ool; .
Telegraph Office DeLand Realty Co. architecture. Tbe stem the following; territory, to-wit wagon. On hose cart No a there is 1080: a. m. Choral Litany; 1043: a. m. A. W. rwTOT, D H. A.,
wan ,
1 j"f FLORID.A.ANDER broad and blunt and smashed clumsy Commence at a point on East shore about 400 feet of old hose and on the I High Celebration\ of Holy Eucharist, Jacksonville. Fla.
bea1l3'through of Lake George on section line be hose cart at the University there is with sermon. Services every week day
the waxes to the great detrl tween sections 25 and 36, township about 300 feet of old hose, making a except no illuming services Mondays
.Insure with us. meat of speed. This and the lowering 14 range 27; thence east on said section total of about 2700 feet of hose in 7 a. in Holy Communion; 9 a. m. Moraine Letter to Clws. W. Price

stern presented such a surface to tbn line to range line between ranges; commission. Chief also reported the t prayer and meditation; 0 p. m. DeLand. Fla.
m NOW is the time, wind that the difficulties\ of steering and thence north on )said hose wagon, ,the chemical engine on ]Evensong!: and meditation.
were quite formidable, and six 30 31 : line the Boulevard, and the Hook and Dear Sir: Todd & Downing, oontrao-
TTORNBYATLAW.ifflce Spot cash! for losses. or eight range; line to St. Johns county ; Catholic Church.
Ladder truck and the two hose cartsin tors and builders, Morgan City La
men at the wheel were not unusual thence westerly along; line between It!. J. Curley Rector Sunday April
In Bank Building \\J should be protected. The method In this apparent madnessof Volusia. St Johns and Putnam counties commission 12th, Palm Snnday. High Mass 10 .a have painted Devoe for 3 or 4 years.
.DeLand, Florida marine construction was the land to shore of Lake George. Thence Treasurer's report was read and ac- m. Blesingand distribution of palms They say it takes less gallons Devoe

aetlce In State and Federal R you insured t' lubber's instinct still strong In men of southerly on shore line of Lake cepted a* per attached hand copy. with a I Before mass. Snnday school 11 a. m. than of any other paint they have need
yjgi Courts George to place of beginning balance of $34392 on ]Evening!: service 7:80. Lectnre will! beMa
the sea of those days, to reduce all : That means that a job costs less with
Every reliable.' On motion the clerk is hereby A unanimous vote of was I tbe New Marriage Law" for Catholics -
company naval maenuvers to tbe stand and
up friends of the De- Devoe; not only for paint, for labor as
" for warrant tendered the many
3T granted; requisition one J and will be of interest to all.
DAVIS.riMCIAN knock down tactics of tbe land fight on
for the courtesies shown well.
book, s.ooo large envelopes, 8000 oartment ]Everyone: invited.
- When does your policy expire? a common platform John O. Fltzpat- small envelopes and 1,000 documentary and the material assistance rendered They paint nothing else, Devoe ex
AND SURGEON rtcS SCl1b..r'II.Sh.ky.
n during; the winter. Union Services
DELAND. FLOBIUA.it I*' your policy In force ? : On envelopes.motion the attorneys of the Motion that the Chief be authorizedto The union services of the Presbyterian .elusively

residence. Indiana. i avenue.oart number Logic.' Board are hereby instructed to notify employ the necessary help to have I Christian and First M. E. They have said nothing about the
:) House. Telephone sixteen "You certainly told me to embracemy Mr. McCoy and Pellepton of Daytona the hose changed and apparatus .burch will be held at tbe Presbyterian comparative wear of Devoe and others;

!Soars......, : 9 to 12.S to 4. and 7 to 8. HON INSURANCE AGENCY privileges." to put county roads used by cleaned and put in order for use after .burch: Sunday evening at 7:30. Rev. oversight may be; perhaps too ROOD
"Well, but I didn't tell you to embrace them In repair as provided by sections each fire and as often as is necessary:, I Knapp will preach the sermon. All are for that. Bnt Devoe Is the strongest
my daughter. 3674 and 3675 General !Statutes and that the bills for same he paid t nvited. Special music Strangers made that' least best
rime) paint; why gallons; ;
M. D.
Z. \ welcome.
find ua at "No But to embrace your daughter The criminal court cost hills were when approved by the Chief. Seconded Least and
wear, same reason coat
,8, to a privilege."-London Bipress.! examined. and approved for $124 SJ nnd carried unanimously Glenwood Presbyterian Church. ,
Stetson and DeLand: Motion that the Chief be requestedand longest time between jobs.
and the clerk instructed to issue war-
nJICI.AN and SURGEON = Rev. Geo. N. MaiDonalci. Pastor.
-. rants to cover same. instructed to make the necessary ]Morning' service of worship and I I Yours truly
.. A man must stand erect! not be kept sermon
Board then adjourn arrangements; to have the hose and 40 F W DEVOE
& CO
On motion the
East New York Avenue erect by ofhen> -Mnmisurellus. at 10 a. m. Snnday school at 11 a. m :,
DJmL.AND on FLOBJDA.sMUNSON. THE NEW. ORANGE CITY ___ __ _: ___._n __ ___ ed to 7-30: a. m. April 7, 1008. Board other to comply apparatus with the put new and kept requirementsof in order Jhristian C Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m. P. S.-O. W. Fisher sells( our paint.
Lunch Counter Candy April 7th, TOGS!, 7.10: a. m. .
reconvened, all members present the Underwriters' Association and
and Fruit Stand The Modesty or Women The! treasurer presented his report report his action to the next meeting;
Opposite the Railway Station for the month of March, with his of the Department Seconded' and |I' BHsmssWsWsBBmmmmVmVlmmmmmmmiHmiIENGLANDSAYS
makes them shrink from the
9} Uturally carried; unanimously! ,
hooks> and accounts, which were duh
will open on Nov. 15, where Indelicate questions, the obnoxious examinations n
BOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. examined and approved. :Mr. C. G Hesse! was then admittedand n
Quick Lunches'can be had at all and unpleasant local treatments ;
Balance on hand April T, inns-!: made the following propostionTint :
:nand Door South of Fisher' hour of the day at reasonable essential, which In the some treatment physicians of dlieases consider of General Revenue Fund $4.51 o* he would, install a flush closet a

--s Drugstore. rates women. Yet, If holp can be had it Is Road and Bridge Fund 77or.;. and wire the building to unit his business ,
ECODBS 10 to 12 a. m; 3 to 15 better to submit to this ordeal thin lot Fine and Forfeiture Fund 4ofitP8; I! and pay the Department $20000 1

T and 7 to 8 p. m. Adjoining;, Mr. Wm. Kolman the disease grow and spread. The troubleis On motion the reports of the, !Sheriff a year rent or that the Departmentmake NO ALUM !qa\

Land. Florida. will open his. General Plumbingand that so often the woman undergoes all County Judge Tax Collector the necessary improvements and a ?
a Tin Repair Shop where he the annoyance and shame for nothing. Criminal Court Clerk and Superintendent that he would pay $.10000 a year with
TbonsandiNjt who have been ordered filed. vear's lease and the option of two
r, I women of Schools were a
will be glad to receive your patronage cured Bv Dr. three's Favorite Prescription The following resolution. uninimotisly additional; venrs He also offered $fO IN
reasonable rates. All wrtwu. Inihoreclatlon of the cure adopted and ordered spread for the old 1 pool table and equipments. | FOOD 4tJ'strictly I

if JOHN' REEVE work will be done with quicknessand which dlsjMtJcVSHjMi the examinations upon the minutes: Mr C. G. Hesse's proposition was
.,the beat of. workmanship. 'mad local tr .atmgni>.AT''r<. 18 nn lithe gr: Resolved, That from this date the referred to committee consisting of
W Saws Filed and Set. t"rdl ''n.. so 1'ur pnrl uf.. (pf ,'," .r.t DeLand and Daytona road be and President Silas B Wright J. T and prohibits ,
women: ss "} ELAND, FLA. cures.debilitating urains,lrr.iUI&rIl,an"fem..l. public road until completed l he authorized to act as they think the sale of alum "
It It
weakness. always helps.
and best and make a tease as they see fit. ,1
the Board shall inspect accept
almost always cures.. It Is strictly nonalcoholic -
S'30VHS- :>1I0d.opnZ. secret all its Ingredients such part of said road each month Motion that the investigation of .
........,.. non hat. shall be fully completed as per the Chief in the matter of a fire alarmbe I'.i
"being;printed on Its botHe-wrappers contain France :
no deleterious or habit-forming contract, reserving 25 per cent of approved and continued. does
aave; I.artlsWraltl drags, and every native. medlolnal root contract price per mile until final The following officers were then ,, < it
,. Olytm..A.....'Walai. WMere enWinglntaItseompo.ltionhasth full completion and acceptance. elected for the ensuing year: SilasB. So does Germany '
Wright President: Dr V. H, Voor- ,
endorsement of those most eminent the
Dentist. .:=r ''II" ...-o.; several sohoolaot medical practices Home his: Vice-president. N. B. Montreville, The sale of alum foods, ,#

of ,these numerous and strongest professional The Woman Club. Secretary! S. B. Wright, Jr., Treasurer in and the District of = : "
made Washington
Fla. Las been fetal Column, .
Hock, DeLand, endorsements ot 1U Ingredients I ; J. A. Allen, Chief; Loyd Miller, : *,1 ,
J 8:00 totl and l.SOJq 4 e IUJbe found In *. pamphlet wrapped At the Woman's Club last Tuesday Assistant Chief. bia, and alum baking powder are everywhere recognized w ti .\
around the bottle,also In a booklet mailed afternoon the following officers were Motion was made that the Chief .. I
fret on request, by Dr. B..V. Pierce of elected for the ensuing; year: hereafter appoint the company officersas injurious. To alum ''""
Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en- President-Mrs. D. L. Gaulden. he sees fit. protect yourself against : ;

I dominant ohouM have-*more weight. Recording Secretary, Mrs. W. W. The following names were then when
than any amount of.the ordinary lay, aspa.profsmloneI Frost. balloted on and elected members of ordering I baking powdere' 7 t

Ally R.. QOOOMAN testimonial : : 'Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. A. the Fire Department: Vernon Hays. '
t I j The most Intelligent women nowardayt G. Hamlin. Tom Hays, A F. Dreka., Godfrey
MASSAGE .. .. t hutot on knowing what they take a*medicine Treasurer! -Mrs. G. P. Carson. Dreka Jack Lowry, D. B. Tuten. Sid- SayptainlyPAVAI :
Instead of their
opening months like
( Auditor-Mrs. W. W Cleiveland: Herbert Josh Connell. J. F. Allen -
T0lep0one 113 t jot of 'roan-IXrds-and-*ulplng down .The chairmen of the different departments ney O. WebI I d
Cairns B.
Jr. Clarence ,
whatever Is offered them. favorite
r Av DB LAND. FLA. crlptioat U' of Ksrowa,cQMrownav It of work are Mrs. A. J. ster, Sidney Marshall Walter Null 'r'' ; ; BAKIMQ:(, ) .,. :i

makes weak women 'strong and ''sick i-arrah.'! Literary: .Mrs. W. J. Hark.ness Adam Carr. Roy Shacklett. "
women welpaPlerc .. Science and Art; Mrs. W. H. Secretary was instructed to have a .,IJL POWDEIIi"
'.ta edloal Adviser I mntfm Stewart, Civics; Mr)*. C B. Rosa, copy of the minutes printed' in the
TAYLOR on receipt of stamps to par expense of Music,' and Mrs. S. W. Johnston, So- local papers. and be .very ,aure you get Royal. 1

J mailing Buffalo N.nJvj'Y. We Secretary. .
RGEP .jENTLiiT age exclusive at DeLam for cloth-bound.
) agents ,or 81 stamp \
Ffehei'.cevr 4 Brick Blcxt for( these Porch ShadesJust tha thin I sick consult" the Doctor tree charge the new board on Monday at -the "( ,Cream, of?, Tartar. ,rI"tod II1t d edigphbiG'y,aDd;. wholetomcncM i ,
: for your verandas during: the hot sum{ ttelI" All w.Iy co'lD..,apserNl'eoaMlb.ilAl.i home of Mrs. Farrlss. of ,,the 'food. fi
1ar'S' ,
yl Have The Record sent to North
mer l > II I \ Next: meeting of the general; club your .,
ecBd tl
1 F4oge. f :. \ i ,w'T dnsunek" )l" I "qur.atfrJ.nU i : .... a Uv.r.*h vIggorangaiMs will be next Tuesday. The music department ern home daring the summer and until i,I "
Floplda, ALl.13N" & CO. I stomach". ana !*, will have charge yon return next winter t4
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1 VOLliSIA COUNTY RECORD. nit Florid Pre 8 Association ALL (OVER THE i COUNTY I Orange City. SeviUe. -

meeU in it* annual session at St. I -

Petersburg Oh May 7th and 8th, IfkIs OF ISTBEtST WAFTED tO ,! Mr. Sarver. Mfr Jessie Saver and Be.. U. Spencar. of Crescent City g)01ft) mOW 1

DeLaad. Fla.B. .. and Appleyard is about Mr*. Broadhe4 leave next week for was In town first of the week.
Bntend ta the PoatesBee a THE RECORD OFFICE BT ITSCORYI5PO1DE. Penn. !,
i_ a. ..........mataet. to succeed in getting paiaeg for their borne in Freeport Mr. and )(n. L. E.Canary and Mrs.

those editor* .who desire to attend TS. I Dr. France Dickinson b DOW a full Dr. C H. Wikle paid DeLand a visit Now is the time to do your Building.Don't "
EsJUr .* fledged real estate agent and has opened drat of this week.
'IT Prryrlet.r.
K. rUT wait till Summer when ,
the meeting and can, there- Pierson. I her omce on Grave avenue near the you'ecan't
them of depot. Mr. E. U. Woolwute and famtlr are labor. Let us bid
by saving .the hardship get on your
The drainage of the Everglades. cross-tleing! it to the pretty and 3.Sap.of thia place skiddooed Mr. Proctor Graham leave Orange ''I 1 now home residents' last of week.town, moving In Builders Material and Hardware before ,":
little figure in the present City in two weeks for Freeport Long
is cutting to DeLand
thriving little city on the Golf,
Itlaad him in the 1 bin home Pnces go up again. We have
We wish success Mr.' J. T. Moody is having one
campaign fanned and kissed by the xepyhrsfrom Caps.John Bon retorned his work new field. ''I on Lake Louise painted. R. C. Wool hand :

it The 19th of May will bring a the tropics. The date of la Clay county Sunday. Many friends will be pleased to see wine doing the painting.Mr. ...
k Hiram staunch democrat of
surprise to many of the candidates the meeting is unfortunate for this place Ashley.Is candidate a for constable this announcement< the engagementof I I A. H. Thompson of Bo aniTille, Several Carloads
:Mr. Charles B Cnrf ef Bl off ton.
many of the editor. of the State. G.., is mating his nephew and niece
for political honors. The words and haw" "gee Fla. and Mrs Elizabeth Rut of this
It is the second week preceding Mr. and Mrs A. A. Ferguson.
beard oo all the farms in these cllfgiap.F. pJ
The phosphate industry yet t the date of the hottest primary D. Harper -s the registrationbook Orange City b on the boom A Dam I :Miss Alma Prevatt returned home of the following : Lime, Plaster Paris; Vulcanite -

i remains an important one in thii I in the State's history land many; here Monday in the Harper store. her of new cotta. v* hare been erected, first of this week after a ten darr visit Cement Eagle Cement. Plaster, Sewer Pipe,

t State and million. of dollarys art! of the newspaper men will be up] The and booze sentiment is tt adily noticeably a bungalow being built by in Sanford guest of Miss Ada Stenstrom.Meatn. Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" Roofing. .

t invested in the business. to their necks in work and it will I gaining ground In thia neck of the Mr Ricky OIl his property on Volotia W. H. McBride and A. B. .

be impossible for them to get woods avenue.Dr. Prevail were in attendance of their Stanbarfr flMumbfnfl! ( (!Boobs "
The Governor is expecting n] E. C. Byrd and his beautiful wife of Frances Dickinson has taken up respective boards in DeLand first of the

support in bia senatorial aspiration away. Turpentine City wen in this hamlet a tract of: government land of one w.*. k.Mr. <

from Editor Stoneman 01 f: Messrs. Albert W. OUchrist Sunday hundred acre about a mile from the W. O. Simpkins repreeenting sold or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron,.
city. She ha decided to build cottage
', the Miami News-Record. and Jefferson B. candidates C C :Xasworthy and his lovely sister and the Pacific Wireless Telegraph Co., Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to "
it it i. dl hedhariDl'
occupy as wan< a*
Miss Ada. and J. J. Windom of Little was tn town Prat of the week in his. 'J.
few of her friends her.
a with
for the beet. .
I The !season just closed goes oi I Governor are promising Egypt were in oar' midst Sunday. firm's interest "
The committee in DeLand this
were ,
the their
z record aa the biggest Florida ev,. people, in speeches Frank :Is" *worthy, one of Little week buying furniture at Allen* for MI(Fee Fannie McBride returned to her -- -

er had. They were in grea t over the State, that if they are ,Egypt solid farmers, kit for a visit to the new parsonage, which: .. Cabbed home in Alley, Ga., last week after Watts & Miller Co.
crowd all over the State. elected they will aa Governor re- the oM Georgia borne in Reynolds. Fri and will be ready tor occupancy this pending several weeks here with her

I spect the wishes and recommendations day.The "'
Editor Hileon of the Milton In. of the county committee mnllicaa guard baseball club of gNat praise for tbeir untiring efforts in Master Frank Sherman of Chatta-

: ,: dex and former State printer, i il e in appointment to vacancies this place dropped everything and completing building and furnbhings. DOOK Tenn., arrived latter part of last

' sending out some pretty warn: that may occur in the county offices plaved a practice game Saturday after The tonruu hare also responded\ week to spend awhile here with his.
noon. willingly to all contributions and entertkinment ,
numbers of his paper for so earl:y during their term of office. *. father. Dr. A. F. Sherman, who ha --------- ':==
The handsome wif..1 little son of
the winter here.
I s in the campaign.That This is a right that has been de- L. E. A. Batfttrora of this best left A party of young people enjoyed a been pending '

I' nied the people by the two last Thursday for a visit to her parent at days outing on the St. John River last Political candidates are burying JOHN B. WELCH
i, Mr. Harris of Jackson
themselves in oar midst, kissing the .
adminiscrations. Bloxham, Per. Wanchnla.Mrs. "'e rekThey rowed twelve mile up .
a villa who came out a candidatE babies and telling the women how ORANCE CITY FLA. '
Mitchell and Fleming during David Limbaogh and little son< tae river. Did not arrive in Orange I ,
W .' Frank Clark ry, I they are and likewise complimenting
for anal late pretty
congress against of Jacksonville visited her parent Mr. City in the evening. ID the i
ha. quit the race and instead will their term of office, respected this and Mrs. Wllloughby Mioshew at this meantime the rrlatire were worried the gentlemen. Several FANCY AND STAPLE QROCERII
of the people in having a lectured in the Robinson hall Saturday
run for the legislature. right place lat wrkAxel ant had just started a search party on TOBACCO AND CIGARS "-
say in the selection of their public the road to Blue Springs when the I' eight lat.i .
Enckson and hi. exemplary SHOES HATS ETC. .
Over a million dollars will gc J, servants, and it always gave helpmate of BarbervOle were in this truant returned We, refrain frommentioning j i.. :Mr Walter Hilliard, repreeenting the -' --

to the truckers of the lower EastC satisfaction, and the people' everywhere bright: nook of flowers visiting Sunday.Mr. any came I G. Loper Bailey Insmance Co., of Best and Freshest Canned; Goods constantly on hand and all
The last meeting of the Literary Club Palalka, Fla., was in. town fint of this class Groceries for table.
ut for the crop they are now are well pleased over Enck on U a model cinxen.Cbarlee your
was held at Miss Dickinson's on April : week writing insurance for Messrs. E.
Produce A First-class Meat
w Country Bought Market in Connect
; ending to market. DeSoto if this emphatic declaration of E. Smith night telegraph fir t. The subject warn music Mrs. ; -
M. Woolwine, S. A. Baker O. M. and
also sending! hundreds of thousands Messrs. Browne and Gilcbriit operator at Seville, now has charge of Hill rave an interesting talk on Jenny Orders receive careful attention and delivery:prompt.; You will find nv
Prevatt and
T. H. Prevatt Mrs. Delia
I Mrs. Curtis and Mn! Conwaya.o
the Instrument Orange City Junction as low as the lowe t. Give me a calL
of crates of vegetables out that they would respect the wishes revel two articles MIM Manville postmaater X. J. Fraratt.
having been sent there lat week for aabort
of the State. played a piano solo.! Mrs Hams faDIl
of the people in filling vacancies Mrs. M. E. returned her
spellMajor several sngt<. and :Miss Becham recited Young to
occurring in the county of- B. J. Bishop of DeLand. one I a bort selection The** meeting* are a home near Marion. Va., latter part of
The'Tampa are by no
papers sonrceof entertainment and education
fices. last week. She baa the winter
i spent
of the state's Unrest naval store and
to the tourist and citizens well..
mean in favor of State prohibi- --- sawmill operators was up this way to }>ined band ant sang "Anld as Lang All here stopping at Mrs. J. C. Prevatt's J. F. ALLEN & CO.

tion. The Latin-American citizen Arstiln Hypoenay. his Eldndxe manufactureing plant middle I'Syne" in cloing; the program. boarding house, and ipeaka of returninghere

of Tampa must have their Write a tr_ ...rn.... oob$eat and of last week. Mr. Wood, who. li now located in another winter and probably par.

aY beer and wine and they form an the :**cral..* are agreed tlut toobtain There was divine service at the Orange: City and the bead of the Government chase land for a peseta orchard. Leading Furniture House of Volusia Count

important factor in the industrial as quaky as |-jalUle all the Lutheran church Sunday morning and I l lecture Camphor ta Station the laboratory has arranged on cam toOgl.e Rev. Mr. Cate, of Crescent City filled

development of that section.. and abie cash they caa: lay their bade evening by the Pastor Rev Warn. phor. explaiLic the planting[ growth the pulpit in the Baptist church Sunday '
oo 15 by no u *ns degrading Bata sod WM also preaching' at the Baptistchurch { and the l length jf nine bef>re the Iriivp morning and evening, and quite a nice "
: onlv candidatesout e" btrr *abttlia'!'c-d coins Into and Rev.Bog aol twin can b* gathere-l for dUtilla-I congregation in attendance. He uDROP IN"and
There are two play The Arab most away, barerlgbt Saturday Sunday by tion The lecture ....:11 be riven waa I, ,
yet for the State cabinet office oo his sfcl t-r in studied and ard> of Crescent City. 1 Wednesday afternjun. A"number uf occupies the pulpit every drat Sunday, ,

*, excepting, of course, the complex hypocrisy be baa nothing Oh: TN. mulligan guards don't for !, small tree' have been planted, and in afew I and from the good attendance be baa. see our Newest I II
to learn from us. If an Arab would rears we hop to realize large< profit he seems to be w..llllked bj our citizens.
-1 present incumbents. It take a rob his guest-I am speaking from per- get the big !fifth try at Astor Saturday, j :*. Japan furnish three-fourths off I I

; years salary to make the race sonal xp rieDC*-h. will tint talk atIeertb April 11. The handsome Doagla I the camphor for the whole world. The I Mr S. A. Baker haa one of the moat Styles in Parlor and ,
Brothers will furnish the fib and the' Imperial Fon..ler to Japan visited here
for these offices under our primary on Uw mobt of honor ba.ptuiity a short time ago to invwrleate the I convenient looking. packing bouses seen I
candidates and to forth He will gradually guard must tarnish the cooks. Pretty I camphor raising Japan Is not slow Inr5 around here lately. It is 34: by 50 feet Dining Room fur- i ii iiniture. :
system of selecting work the matter round aa toby you fills love ooSee and music. "&rd to the doings of other countries. I'bang over on east 10 feet and on west
and incumbents have a decided arc TraTeUng. throw oat caretlnna The biz; packinghouse of :y L. Pier N wagonsto
that spies, enemies and Intruders A Good Citizen GOD I'
advantage. load and unload to and from ills I't
ton, at this place. is busy again packingop I
not claim hospitality suggest that be We sincerely regret to note the death '. ,I'j t
the late fruit for S. O Chase d: peach orchards. Has sliding doors, and
crop '
himself la
blnmlX of
' poor. qaejtkHJ aa to Mi John Bennton. which occurred ,
The faction known aa the wbetner be ougbt not to detain ,.oa.. 'Company, extensive dealers in oranges at his home here lat. Saturday night at I in every respect a first class packinghouse ,j

corporation crowd by the anti- t prisoner again tate that be 1* In and celery: of Sanford. Mr' Pierson is one o'ckck Mr Becgftun bad been in i being near his mill and dwelling' Phone No. d2
have no candidate want. and thus shift from blackmail ,one of the largest growers and shippers poor health for a year or two. A week 1 and close to railroad. J. F. ALLEN & CO.DeLand,
corporationists, to cajolery and from gent requeststo from Ibis place.Merchants preceding his death be had a stroke of I -.. -
up either for United States threat, until be baa extorted a 6Zai- following which be gradually I
Harper Minshew of this grew worse until the end came The I!
Governor. All The Weather.
Senator or for sum of money which In his cnrfooa funeral service held
were Sunday aftermxn. -
: the candidates for these high brain be might describe aa the least be place have the lumber and material onhe Rev Campbell Gray, of DeLand Temperature from April let to 8th:
could accept with honor or the moat ground for a new warehouse aDdb.ru oCciannz. burial at Hollywood, Messn C -. ,
honor are from what ia termed be could extract: without dancer toMmM for storing car load porcha of J F Allen i Co.. DeLand funeral J ..tj I.l,..: fI.occ c _._:. .cccc_. _._. _:. c-:::;-c....:.

the anti-corporation crowd of the ." iI i bay grain, etc just north of the store ,,directors.In j !i \,ftt
state. So the corporation and I L/ootractors and builder J. J. Peterson I It tb. death! of Mr. Beogaton Orange a i
Mr. Dairies P.... City and Volaaia county: lose a good .THE. .
J. :/.
crowd will have : Hughes are doing work rip- i I
the corporation J. M. Barrie the popular _.u.t I cinzen. He bad been a resident" here 1-63 87
rest for one campaign at least. and playwright, glorified tobacco more roaring. J for twenty old years and ha* held 2-67 88 \
than coos but on a certain occaakxi be Capt D. F. Morrison of Barbernlle I public positions of trust in the city 3-10 77fM
government and always the l' W.
sip Editor Appleyard of the Lake tried to Indnoe a smoker to lout It ,andidat at the coming primary for tubes! confidence and esteem enjoyed of all our d-dd 79 C. WATTS
thna /
happened : I re-eleeuoo a* representative the legis- people for his honesty noble trait of 6-69 86 Rain; trace.
City Index is in the race for Mr. Barrie rercroed to bla rooms one 1 passed our Saturday character kindness and his love for his |{ 7--80 89: till
Comptroller, and the press of the day and dlacorered hla page boy puffing up way fellow man. All our citizens mourn his! 8-51 85
I Morrison need
hard at a dirty clay pipe. Capt. no introduction. death and to the widow the deep I
State is saying some mighty nice -My boy. said the novelist. It laTery 3e has been before the public before sympathy of our people is extended in Av. 62 9 83.1 NA DWPI E
r'" thing about him and ill giving bad for you to smoke that coarse ,tad- he wa found- to be a good andaiLhfnl j her bereavement. BCBLI.V: H. WEIGHT.J. tttt E 5701

t, him iU almost united support. black twist. Too will make yocrself servant :Now mulligan guards' \tttt

There isn't better known newspaper old before your time" just parade-rest and give him a parlor _._._. '''''. . :..:a. :.:aa tttt
And so be went oo till be bad delivered nit to rest in the top story of ? _::= _ _._ _.___;;r a. \
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man in Florida than Ap- a lone and what be believed tow dream noggins until election day rolls X11 i No. 65. N. Boulevard

pleyard, and with the press giving a telllnx lecture. A day or two later around and then place an :x: before his ht J..1. BUKSOX E. C. Bn H ELL tttt\ DeLand, Florida.
the youth left without firing notice tttt tttt
him a hearty support be has name on the ballot and then hollow Ill
11 and shortly afterward Mr. Barrle
a good chance of winning. out. brought some friends to his Bat. Prom- wnooppee hurrah! g S J. A. ERICKSON & CO. tttt tttt i

ling them a special treat.. be went to Mrs. Jane Truer of FlnckneyvUle.Kentucky tttt tttt New stock of

Uncle Sam will be the better a cabinet where be kept a store of who bar been the admired tttt

1 off by many thousand of dollars his very chagrin choice clean.when be Ton discovered can Imagine that guest; of her old play-mate and school: JS NEW FIRM-NEW STORES Utt tttt Everything in the Hardware Line

the holding of the coming. friend :Jan:! C. H. Cade and family for tti tttt
by the cigars bad vanished and In their !0
primary. There are some thirty place waa the page bo-. clay pipe and be put several days, left Monday for fn itt tttt Carefully Selected, and
I he following note: Sew Smyrna, where she b apeodid! ? a
or forty thousand Dear Sir-X agree with you that It Is lengthy sojourn with an aunt Mr m ? 8 tttt tttt ALL STANDARD OODSBuilders'
voter of the state, and through I bad for a boy. to amok twin. I win _Comolt. Tyner la. a lovely, accomplished lady \ N tttt

., the mails they will receive constantly -' your .dear any more twist till I bar a.u.- and was a neighbor and school: chum of ki S tttt tttt
? = political literature from ".. Cade in the Blue Grass State 1 \, tttt t

the candidate running for the I Some Animals In Winter. where they took their happy bornt- T tttt tttt Material, Doors, Sash, Blinds
The ptarmigan a member of the : Town and hand made childhood frolics!
more important offices. Some o? grouse family la In summer mottled ID the bygone time ') E y tttt tttt Plumbing Supplies etc. Carried
the candidates will spend each with black and a rich fluffy brown. i tttt tttt ,
at least $10,000 in this campaign. i but In winter It become para white. Hal ha! boat .hoy. George T. Seif tttt tttt .
lie snowy owl and the anow buntings candidate for Superintendent of Public n L -
that come to us from the far north Instruction, and Lee Morris candidate tttt tttt WANT
t Tears back Mr. Broward and'' bare whitish plumage that blends bar* : for sheriff of this. county were in oar ) w' .r/ E"S tttt tttt J line you to visit my New Store, inspect my ii ]
S his faction claimed that a banker monloaaly with the prevailing whiteness villa and Seville the tip of last week h tttt tttt get my prices. I am here to please YOCI

had no business holding: a public' of the landscape. Bat perhapa ,' shaking hands and cutting their patch' tttt and my efforts have been directed to that end. I
the moat of all la. ffl tttt
Interesting example
; omee,'especially a national one,: the weasel whose for la the summer lug with the voters. They are both* tttt know the wants of the people of DeLand in goods>> car

and this was used by them has a peculiarly soft shade of reddlah agreeable), trustworthy well-posted De- tttt $ ried by a General Hardware Store, and I have them.

a Senator Taliaferro when brown. but In the winter to pare white Lad mulligan guards and are well : NEW ORGANS \\M
against :
except at the tip of the talL It..la qualified for the positions and if elected tttt

he was running re-election probable that this black point la useful win doubtless fill the offices la a moat ;) ESTEY BRIDGEPORT CARPENTER tttt tttt: W. C. WATTS

four years ago. It is quite different to Its owner In directing the attention xoeptaUe. effioent manner, with a tttt
of a carnivorous bird or of a beast of careful plum-tJe.U- pendulum echo
with them now,especially
prey, aa the black spot la more readily fM NEW TALKING MACHINES tttt
wing with the spite lid
with Mr.Broward, as Mr. Milton, seen than the whit body of the anImaL entirely oft tttt 33 $ $$ $ S3 $ S
whom the Governor has appoint It la said too. that If the Up la Mr. Otto Johnson who keeps oatcbe m EDISON COLUMBIA VICTOR ZONOPHONE tttt

4 'ed )'United States Senator, is a covered with wow the whole weasel for hall In moat royal style in the nicely
become clearly visible and that If the
furnished Randolph dwelling on Volosla
rich banker of Mananna.' NEW SEWING MACHINESAi
ant snowfall la later than usual it to
avenue warn tendered a genuine
claimed by some naturalists that the ; NEW HOME NEW DOMESTIC
1The Tuesday about NEW WHITE KLICKER
registration books for the solorcb.ng4'delayed accordingly.The evening by two tttt BROSI

Haw 19th( primary opened last taming white takes place when dozen friends, young ladies and laddlbocks. !,1 NEW STANDARD AND OTHERS tttt
most The maUlftaii guard amateur
: BeadedV-8C McboUa.
j4 Monday in the various voting violin,, acoordeoo.' mandolin guitar, tttt Merchant Tailoj

precinct of the county, and,.all JnaMe. Information."Well harp and banjo music club rendered %" NEW HARNESS MADE TO ORDER tttt i
7-'..' woo"your bet that I him tttt
voter who are not properly registered some very bewitching selection
l S was going to that widow. ANY STYLE Four Doors Coftl
should see that they will -I knew I wontd.-marry TheIr the beautiful voice lead through all tttt South from Fisher's
be properly qualified to vote in But how did you know I sanely: m tttt
... JobnaoB la also a skilled musician. i Suits for
;: 'ssjsd primary.' JRemeinber, however knew.-.... Md* when 0a.--Uoaatoa I made the PastEaey. bet.. 1. J. Peterson, modal director timed ; We have over 300 Customers. We tttt night, morning noon and ,suits of shades and pat '

'p ,' that your poll taxes for the by the Immense baas vioL Light re- tttt suits that It sew,

L r, pcveeding+ ; two 'years, ,,1906 and QooH. freabmenu wen served at ten o'clock. want 1,000 new ones for 1008. We tttt riCh\ 70110 too lust Suits superbly lined all

.WOT, mad' be:paid; or yon'can T>e' a you tramp know? ..BOW Nothing to tan.....a.ataakImU Too ; can and will save you money. Call at tttt suits well made at prlcea ri<
r. l ,sot ;:vote?, notwithatandine'your set: tile tramp In. ....'baring disbud Illinois voted on State prohibi- 1 tttt Walt1DK here When you appear.CONSULTATION .

a '..... is regularly on the'' books.Beyou lIP the ateaX you set tt a .... before tion lat Tuesday and nineteen tttt
....... There alL of the T DELAND Music HOUSE FREEKLICKER jj
,. ) are fully vqjB li*edflt e.e; +sr rte'"" counties of that State YOW tttt
< It be jtrar:: n4t Ifjeueaa't. ""Wbo" _tart'admldr that they would be
; will & great
,; > vo e. .. ._. .
Gtr ._. ._._. BROTHERS DeLand Fc
deal .
.. t tJ1 j tunics.-Wendt bettor.of without the saloon.Cr e e ,

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'MY Mlvsnw* :pink bows bobbed wildly. bad carried, ,

-" her' Into her aunt's. front yard. PEARLS OF THOUGHT.

:or,Iicart those$ who ft.ro .klnil lovd mo nd truoji' ,. From the safe shelter of the hall' Men are never-calf when they arc : '

'//0' hravun that smllos' abovo ma, she' heard Victoria's volco i shrilling: bo-calmed.

Jiutnun I nwnlts n rCH.ItJ\ J' moho ,- ''' ">', .'OIaddYI, Oladdyt! Will you come' up Some l IIl

tnHk my Ood annlKiiiM mo ,., and play dolla at. my house to-night folks look well-after visiting. ,

J Rio tile bright good that hopes I. Can td behind,, < 'mo,.' I ain't going to Co any home worts a d'don't an oculist. .. ,. .
It Is curious that'flats should ba ,, .
you neither. Then you'll be put so <,
$ to' loarn their sior/' in the exile' dollS, high in New York., ..,J .
row and we'll plaY' ,
ft sintered \ '
(or my sake;. .. ,
nulato their glory, at night Instead of studying.' What's Ji; w k '::'t A woman Is 'like a pair of scales; .h '
t i follow patriots In ttiulrvnkoj; the use of studying all, the time My She will have her weigh.Ma's She Took the Seat. lespoct you the more' "'it/; "'but: the:: 'I tty;m
martyrs sagos, Social Amenities. the .
ohio 0(. all SKBS pa', wants me to be a teacher, but Iain't Mamma donation. It it.happened to be a motto for i 'great question, their' mbJd""|",)VCftttuM"y: :
framing A
ItI Tbe experle'nco
kitty hare and I bowl : man lady had Jin amusing ; -
of bread %
doods and milk she did the
) crown history's paces, going to boo I'm going' to be a Worn through tho garden prancing, who believes he do she do tho work? Will she kOop'1Ou> ; '.
i tlmo's .
can in Buffalo The
gruat volume mnk.te big things- a streot car.. car was
1 cash girl: they don't have "to. know Mrs. Van IJJllen Brown came by same can I Interests uppermost in hermind fluwi, .., ; ..;;1i';, _
And stopped to watch us dancing. One empty, with the exception of one man, ; '
[ hold oommimlonnil morning she entered the village "
everything. Come ani"! Ing business hours? ., '
that Is dlvlnol, ) Ana then she said: "Why how d'ye do? schoolhouse after the session Some men are gool1.natured-atter and he was tho reverse "of the car. .harassedi, I
I I there Is a unlun With arms entwined the two little There are hundreds 'of fl'" !

Ixt ollt mituro's by pflllctlon heart' and mlno;. girls went on happily down tbe street. And You'll bring coma the and kitten see with me maybe lOU' too,- had opened. The lunchpalls tfnd whiskey.assimilating a sufficient quantity of As unsteady she entered but magnificent he rose, made bow her, and an nerve worn, employers-in ev ryildrgejY'ij\; : .,., ,."

trutb. Jrom fluids of flctloti 'Chicago News. would. amuse my baby..' baskets were always placed! on a said "Madam please be kind enoughto city who nre 'willing to pay salaries to1'1): ,;r'i'i t.

'wl'.r from conviction Then up 1 spoke. I should shelf near the door; Taking a position Some men never lose their tempers "" glrla who know how to spell and punor, .- r
am ,
; tulfll each snuul lle lgn.* OLIVE GROWING IN ITALY. And suld It win ft pity speak near them, she surveyed the -they keep 'them and use them. all accept thlsh plnahe. Rather than tuato and are willing to take au Inter- .::'- "' '
fto hall She had not brought tho child as 'twould scholars ((who not at 'all alarmed- the time offend the man there was nothing else .
hnt snnsonulftod Amuso est In the' business. But they haveM'n't *(/,ry: :
my precious kitty. for her to do she thanked him and .
so .'
T man shall minds live foretold by reason, Gathering and Marketing-W st.. Material Clara Marshall, In Children's Magazine being accustomed to her visits-, Some girls accept a proposal as sat down. And for seven blocks be a single moment for the sentlmontito1al"superseusltlve : !' :. \ _

,"not alone by gold; Mad'. Into' Green Sulphur Oil. turned their heads toward her, and quickly as a yellow journal can get hung from the Btrap. swaying In the glrL-New ,RaVel'" : =; -J. [).;f!

very man wrong to man thlnpf-milled.-rlnhl'-'l.l Vice-Consul. H.:; H. Bylngton- of Now, How Could He Know That smiled) a moment, and "then said out an extra.ManY' breeze, with not'a soul in the car but Register.. J-'Sj'1;; '"

_pholo:;don world shall alII.for'thoRa bo I Naples,7 in'response to an Inquiry concerning There was going to bo an eclipse abruptly: "Let all heads right about a farmer never bought a gold the two. The lady says It Is frequently -, '".' 'll' : /[
was > face and bow; all eyes shut while we Wart Has ,,; '4S! ,j
tho olive oil industry In Italy of the sun, and a professor said to an "" brick-but they bought what they that she is taken for other women, Antique New: Vpau ;

who love inthoao -. forwards the following report from, old ,darlty In the neighborhood. pray; the teacher will kneel. thought was one. but never before had any one thought Pewter rapidly Is regaining the\ high if.t,; ..
who know ______
mo ti-uei' It seemed a simple request and (
a heaven that smiles abuvo ma H.. M. Halgh, Consular Agent at Bart: "You watch out tomorrow Uncle Chills and fever rnuslo are appropriate that she was a earful.-Argonaut. place It once held In the hearts of f ;q./ll/

1 ho awaits onuao my that. spirit,lackH.: naaLtnnec.ton; Olive growers In Southern Italy, aa Sam, and about 12 o'clock your chickens was cross obeyed.even an It apparently is not always harmless sate to for all plays dealing with the American housewives. Time was, "rrt: ,_ _

yia wrongs that m'vd rculstanco, a rule, do not take their fruit to a mill.as' will all go to roost."' banks of tho Wabash. Art-Handle Bags when it was regarded much more 43J}, _
ho futura In the distance, each grove has Its 'own presses. A: Of course Sam doubted but when Legion the beauties, arrivIng highly than silver-plated! ware'and ;
1 tile good that I can do. "Crazy Suo" mumbled a senseless Some men make cracks at theirnolghbor's ore new ranked second to'solid '.silver.' i
Dublin University MU :lZln.., grower, however, will Bometliueti sell, the eclipse came, sure enough the jargon, accompanied by the rattle of who have leallY roofs of at the big counters. Art noveau .
that time returning.
Apparently js
Ms olives on the trees to speculators, chickens went to bed. Then this dinner their 'own which need looking after. handles are one ot the novelties, tlio, I '
palls 'and the children knew,
Nor Is it without reason Pewter., "''tf
who ) the themselves. The
pick into
crop conversation handle widening In the n
t>**+++****++****4+*++*+ from ensued: though unable to'see the act without When a family has an organ and'a while not one ot the precious metals,, 'i 2;'
price paid varies 08- cents to $1.-, "Massa metal head floral design.
how Know graceful
long you done ;
: turning that.their puffy brown dough girl who recites Curfew-It looks as Is full of artistic possibilities. Its _
16 a "tomolo, the price fluctuating according'as : 'bout this here miracle?" One lovely ba; 1 ig. a melon-shaped ,
nuts, delicious mince turnovers, "sau is affliction could. be too 'all of :
School piled on dull lustre lends itself to sorts .1I'' ;' 1
Topics the is with
crop heavy or light "About a year, Uncle Satn""Lord cer"! nice thick. affair of black velvet, equipped '
pumpkin pies, ham sand decorative effects, and the' burnished) .
and the olives have developed oil or dat am startling Why mas- one of these handles, and mounted ou ,
wiches and an occasional cup of reserves The proverb that finish gleams almost as brilliantly as ..t..
run to fibre. A tomolo Is the measure Ba, dose chickens wasn't hatched Bays bells call an exquisite French gold art frame._ .
were all beiig dumped into the true white metal. Moreover It 1'1;".
others to church but hot there __
in go ___
used this section for everything except den."-Washington Star. On the side of the bags\ worked a _
TUB EXILE Row-JIM- } ; that capacious recalls the refined simplicityot
apron. themselves really ,
so with a society belle
-liquids; three tomoll, heaped up, Louis XVI design in gold sequins. "_ _
Him DATES, Cirsw- At last came a loud "Amen," and, after she gets an ergagnment-rlng. colonial days. It Is particularly'effective \"Jr
make a, quintal, and one quintal is Another such lovely bag in of white \
'_ _
UfO Qr/M AMDFUTUttKS. I\! Bird Friendship. her hand on the latch, "Crazy Sue" From "Sis Hopliln's Sayings in the against the fine old mahog'any :"f
't equal to 100 kilos ten quintals being: ribbed silk! a lovely child's head set _
A curious of friendship be- chuckling, Bald! New Haven of grandma's time, or the ,'roso-. 4:
case Register .8J.
.. equal to a ton of 2,204.6 pounds..As /In a ribbon work border on tho side : _
"Now children let old Sue wood of mama'.. Set
+++++++ ++++++++++++ nearly as can be estimated the tween birds most strangely assorted give and finished with a delicate French great grand 1
l.i: reported In the London Globe from you some good advice; it's accordln against a shining !background, pewter \4kis
cost ot picking fruit la about 20 PREDICTS DIRE DISASTERS.J. metal mount and handle In tha new _____
Just as mean'as she can franca, or M, a ton, which estimate is Rosenberg In Prussia. A hen had to Scrlpter, too. After this, always art design. pleasing to those who value the' ;J j'('

sobbed small Victoria, the hugetsBuepapor a liberal one. Two or three years ago, Just hatched a single chicken, when watch while you pray."-Washington F. Crowall Think American Speculation For women who do not like the all- aesthetic above the costly The ware I '
:bows on her. braids Star,. comes In graceful shapes, including: .
the average day Wage of the contn-. one morning, nobody! knows how Will Lead to gold chain' bag,' there are handsome v'
leg like birds with tha violence Anarchy. tea tea, coffee and chocolate f
there appeared In the nest a young urns
dlnl was a franc and a half, but now bags of black chain, with gold chasingon
emotion.: The Three Revolution In America will make the pots, flagons tankards, and gob.
tho price has "gone up to two franca, sparrow Just beginning to wear its Happy Purnpklns. tho square mountings and gold ) mugs IJ'J/o
n't you care," said Gladys, sooth- and occasionally during harvest timeIt first fluff of feather. The chick and The three pumpkins grew on three French Revolution look like a tempestIn handles.-Plttsburg! Dispatch. lets. Pewter plates aro singularly -,'eh

"Next time we change Beats you Is necessary to three 'francs. the sparrow became fast friends at neighboring. vines and from the day a teapot, the confiscation ot great decorative and the platters"and bread ;lit/

urely get out of the exile row; 1 \ The children who pay gather the livesget' once; and the parent hen, taking they came Into the world Mowing wealth and estates wrongfully acquiredand Magnetism.! trays are .not without their' place In ,
you are too good In-In compert kindly to the changeling equal their blossom each general chaos as a result of abnormal the general art scheme. Thus far tho'' 1:
gave golden
."- *- from bait a franc a day to> 75 cen- trumpets and unsound speculation You may bo pretty, clever, rich and
teaalml (IS cents). care to both alike, the sparrow hop- one of them fairly beamed with happiness were of desirable qualities, pewter relics dug up from curiosity IfIf
t: predicted by Dr. J. F. Crowell once possessed many shops have been devoted largely' to, $
only have compersltlon, once ping about the nest at first, and the and self-satisfaction.
In a good year a tomolo will yield associate editor of the al fascination, while other women ._ _
nth, and I can't even. learn the from seven to eight litres ot oil. This hen never going fi\r away, and sheltering They liked the rich soil Into which Journal and chairman ot the Street social al fascination, while other wo'men, the adornment of walls and 'cabinets, 1t

about tho cost and prlre.of would average twenty-five litres to the both her young at night, until, their roots ran deep; they liked the less endowed by nature but It predicted the wareshortlywill r.'
and plentifully
economic section of the
like that," walled Victoria. quintal and 250 litres to the ton, or as the sparrow's wings grew strong sun and the rain; they liked the hoeIng Association for the Advancement of than you, have the knack of attract. be In more practical ,uso, when i_ _

ell, I'll get' my big slater to" do from about sixty-three to sixty-five gallon er, he at first indulged in little flights and tending' the farmer gave Science. ing to themselves all that the feminine womankind ot to-day realizes its- '' ;
of'' >OO'.
examples.. She won't, do .mIne, returning to the sheltering wings at them; and they grew and grew.WhUe worth -aa fully BS.did the women
Oil sold< at the grove can be After considering the field of legitimate world holds dear. _
I toll her a hundred years ago.-New York
you want to get out bought usually 111a good year at from night, and finally disappeared altogether the first was yet green, Dick speculation which he said did not The secret of beauty and attractionlies '
exile row I think"she'll do them into the sparrow world, came along with his Jack-knife and Press.
80 to 100) francs a quintal accordingto Include the domain of manufactures In personal nla netlsm. ,

to. be Then you'll" get enough bun-' the quality and according to the district scratched two words on the rind-: agriculture, transportation and bank. Personal magnetism Is a power How She Went-Dlnnerless.'
put up added little In which it- I is This Letters In Action Dozyvlllo Fair.
produced. lug, Mr, Crowell said: that can be acquired by every wo
'. "Th \t exile row is flerco, oil unflltered and must be filtered Any number can play; the more "Oh," thought the pumpkin, "whata "The encroachment of the speculative man. You have to Increase the niagzLtic A number of Interesting incidents _
glad I never In it." "are recalled the death of the Bar
got by
before bottled tinned for great end I am born tori" electric 'pa tlclos that lit>
being or ex-, .the merrier. spirit upon these industrial and commercial and .
Tou came pretty near getting In It oness Adolphe Rothschild. She was especially
wind rain
port Neither sun nor nor dormant In nature. You thus _
fields your
Say twenty are playing. Ten go on spells danger. The leaders
; day you ate a whole stick of can. In the pickling branch of the olive one side and ten on the. other. Each could remove those magic words. of great enterprises today probablydo will become alive, charged with vital autocratic in the m tter'ot _
you took out of your stock-' industry' it. appears that this section side takes a word of ten'letters, say They grew as the pumpkin grew, and not adequately appreciate the smoul- ity at every pore, Rand with such n her entertainments

flashed VictorIa. "Teacher looked ot Italy has developed nothing of commercial -' patriotism and expedition; any well finally' they stood out in rough gray- dering fury of discontent which their temperament you cannot fall to set If an Invitation had by'any mischance _
jrou as* If she was going to Bay Each green lines on a broad yellow back. such a current of magnetism that to be thrice refused tbe offender .,
/ Importance. grove usually known word will do. Each separate own management of business has steadily I up _
bthlngand Just then the principal has few trees of ground-for the pumpkin had grownas not only beneficially will affect no matter what the excuse,
-' in and she didn't." a a peculiar variety letter Is put on a square of paper and engendered in the hearts ot a you '
which are picked In 'August, each player has a square. Thetwo big and round and golden as the thinking populace. your health, and thereby your looks was never again Invited. Although extremely ,
ell: ,: I know said
peace-loving green, and these are pickled for thegrower's Bides- advance and wheq opposite harvest moon that shone down upon "There are dangers In this direction I but will materially Increase your pow sensitive In the matter as affecting
YS. .'but. I'm. always so good that Ift the coming of her own guests' e
him at
own use, usually after.a recipe number 1 of side -1 says: "I hope you night. which the hoggishness ol corporate ers of charm. -New Haven Register.
," she would, put me down. ,. ot his own. The pickling Indus will enjoy my. word." They then exchange To the Dozyvllle Fair went the greed has done more than anything the baroness was opt, partly owing _

vay ;' try Is monopolized by Spain the Italian letters. The letters must not pum.pkln. lie hobnobbed with mon else to bring to a crisis in American Mrs. Peabody's Honor to multitudinous engagements to for _

ifou're' BO 'good!' mimicked Vic- olive being used entirely for making be in rotation or the game will be strous beets, curly leaved< cabbages society Mrs. W. S. Peabody of Colorado Is get the hour at which other hosts and
"Well, I'd like to know whatit pink celery, giant and a wonderful hostesses were awaiting her.:
Oil. corn "The statement
too easy. Number 2 of side 1 next attributed to R. T. called the mother ot Mesa Verde National
was that 'crawled down the The waste- material or:pomace after says: "You would be a bad citizen/ ruta-baga pig with wooden legs Crane to the effect that conditions In Park because of the Interest One sufferer was Lady Pool, ulsterhvlaw ,

and put' her paper under liens the olives are pressed, which Is without word."" and black shoe-button eyes. this country paralel those before the she has taken In the preservation ot of Viscount Peel. Sir Robert; ,
Ja's desk so'as not''to get an ei-! called "sanaa" the my Finally- blue first-prize card was French Revolution is and his wife had mice or twice boon
In Italy, furnishes Number 2 of side 2 replies "Do true With this the relics of the mysterious cliff dwellers -
In cond! ct: You think' .you're,. basis of'one of the most valuable and : ?" pinned to the fortunate pumpkin's difference, that the French Revolutionwas I of Colorado. For the same rea- victimized In this way by the baron- _
north south word
I!I" It's because she don't you go or on my But when she _
see you, back and everybody that came along in ess. one evening al"l'I'ed
the newest industries in the country They then exchange letters. So It a tempest a teapot compared son Prof. Edgar L. Hewett, director
's "why ,. ''This waste material Is all con- each one stopped and looked and wondered," with what might happen here in Am- of American archaeology of the Archaeological an hour behind the time announced

;lady. remained discreetly silent. tracted for from the farmers or growers goes,with the exchange.saying an After appropriatehint all are and said "Hy, what a big, fine pumpkin erica."-Chicago correspondent of the Institute of America has for dinner she found only

>h'dearl; Oh, dearl"'moaned Vlc- by the su-lphur oil factories, and is exchanged the sides with the letters !" New York Sun.Hlccoujh. named the most recently discovered servants" awaiting her. "Her ladyship ,' _

a. ,"I'll" never.get put.,up,"beca se made Into the green ulpbur' sill com And so the first pumpkin was very, ; of the cliff dwellings In her honor The ; the:: baroness was informed,'
the words.
and tho hints to
try guess Easily Stopped.. 1' tha' her had mls-
"cosJl'-JIng guest
jiow that horrid Jlmmle.Dates will monly' called olive oil toots In America very happy, because he thought the Peabody House.
Of courses prizes add to the fun.- This Is a most distresses and ob tnl.cn tha had not deemed it necessary
me notes with in them'andjust best could bewas
gum thing pumpkin
and la. shipped from Italy. all over very This dwelling Is described as being
Washington Star. stinate complaint to those in whomit to remain at home so long after _
have to chew It. Teacher !
the world for making the green,caa- a Premium Pumpkin six stories In height and constructed '
||U1 .chow It herself If'sho wasn't a' lIe soap, the largest quantity being us-, Twelve Diamonds. The second pumpkin grew even bigger occurs. We do not refer ot ot stone blocks more regularly cut the usual dinner hour. The bar ''
her: And then I'll get some erin Tons of than the first but he not course nothe hiccough attendant oness had tc return dlnnerless.
: ed by the silk dyers for washing the was than those found In the average cliff
conduct again and maybe 'm:!, Bilk: The farmers usually'contract Is it not strange bow nature distributes round and golden like the harvest. upon great prostration of the system dweller ruins. It Is built In a deep Two yeai.j :a;'o the bnronoss.-ln. describing -', _
her favofs? You will never but to those Instances ( frequent, how the Empress of- Austria, _
Ill come to school and everybody with these factories at prl running moon. In fact, he was rather longish very cave, Is picturesque In appearance

say, 'There's. your .pal and ev- front 2 1-2.to 3 1-2 francs a quintal according find gold save In the desert, nor cost and really greenish. Yet he came to Indeed) ot a simple epusir.oJlc condi- and commands a magnificent view spent the day with her at Pregny before o' ,_____
furs In the Arctic wastes stomach and esophagus which her assassination (September 10,, '
ilng.r' ly except tion of
to the quality of their sauce, a great end too. over the' entire Spruce Tree Canon.
ay' don't.yoii" tell ,Miss,Lacy: 'on for a period of ton years, and a grower where little animals need them most. It was just at twilight that Teddy assails 1hn Individual without any oth Prof. Hewett has pronounced It one 1808),'. declared< : '.'she would never ,

nle?"> asked. Gladys. "If sho read usually figures that what he gets for And as to diamonds-In all ages the stole Into the field and with his symptom of disease, and in the ot the finest specimens that has so ha-< ;?::1 murdered If she tad taken

Fof his notes out loud before every- his sanse will about pay for the making .' most precious ,commodity on earth- sharp jack-knife and practiced hand treatment of which antl-spasmodXca. far been discovered. He has suggest my n-lvlce at !breakfast. I bad a pre-'

y 'the. way, zny'otherteacher used of his oil, This Industry was introduced -, come with mo to the arid veldt ot Qrl- gave hIm eyes and a nose and a prove inert. I ed to the park authorities that It be seutl...iii.t of evil all the morning, 'and

o; he'd stop writing pretty quick. Into Itajy, about thirty years qualand and I will show,you a hum mouth"that seemed about to burst in Relief can be obtained by directing put la repair and a custodian be appointed offered tho Empress-my yacht In

Vicky- why don'tyou put the ago by, the French.. There Is now, a'trust' ming town ot 40,000 inhabitants with to a tremendous shout His seeds the patient to hold the arms straight to take charge of it.-New which to go to"Terrltot, Instead of the

In your stocking and save It 'un-<. of' these factories. with headquarters big streets stretched like protectingarms were neatly scooped out through a above the head and to keep Inspiring York Sun-. lake steamer. The Empress- bow _

recess? ,-Thnt'B the way I do." in EarU, around four or five enormous liole in his back, and a candle set to as long as Is feasible so as to ever, engaged; a'cabin In the steamer; k
pits. These are the far-famed dia- retain the air in the lungs for as and-- It will be remembered, was stab- ______
It I did,. when I wipe 'my pinionstockin' These factories now have a process light up his empty Interior. In short, Philosophy of Clothes.

1 I'd see the gum andthenhave'to "for bleaching the'green sulphur oil yel- mond mines of Klmberley, which ho became a Jack.o'-Iantern-the very long a period as 1I01ralble.-FamIl1 Not long ago a woman whose pow. bed. by Liichenl as she Record.was about toeDibark.Phl1adelphla _

take onelittlechnwanda lay, so that It looks almost like a natural have produced since their Incorporation next thing to a boyl) Doctor. ______ ers of observation and reflection no -

Lucy.would see men 'She always .yellow olive oil gone rancid and over twelve tons' weight of diamonds Teddy looked at Jack and he gig ftlUSIU STUDENTS: leas than her experience, make her Fashion- Notes.' _

everything I do-I cotlll1n't.,.eat aDie It'takes an i expert to tell the difference whose estimated value Is Should Have Nerves. pronouncements on all matters con
stick of candy the way you did, ':.This la used for making a white $500,000.000.And gled.Then'' hp started off and made the nected with social life infallible discoursed Peacock\ colorings :make striking m

1ys-and .then-' I'd get'aome"more. > castllo soap' and will make almost as cast your memory back on the round of tho houses where his play. The nervous system of the musician on the philosophy of clothesin evening get-ups.. .fe _

anda In conduct.'.'. good a pieceof soap as a natural yellow history of this place. Ponder It, and mates lived; and at every one Jack I* often very sensitive, and any a way that would have caused the Purple, blue and gray are the dom-i'

3' don't you tell her that' Jimmie' Spanish olive oil.- never again say the romance ot adventure bobbedup impishly at a window. habit like coffee drinking may so upset author of "Sartor Resartus," had h-j Inant colors In the new, millinery; .

|ea'.Writes not s. to you and then Olive'' groves 'will run in age, from 1* ended by modern progress. Sometimes the little girls, and sometimes the nerves to make regular: and been present to make special and immediate The new neck ruche Is high'around fjr'.i

fbe she would, change.your seat?"., IS years .up> to 200 years,: There are We need notbe very old to.remember even the little boys were necessary dailY practice next to Im provision for the safety of his the throat.- reaching almost to .tha ,

'It I have ;to.sit la the exile- row many'trees 111-.the famous district of when news 'came tram South Africa scared-of the flaming face at first but possible."I laurels. She; said, among other things ears, .

rather III" ,near ,Jlmmle than that JJltont -,whlch are two hundred years that savages tending their flocks always the next minute they ran to practice from seven to eight "Surely women, who are constantly Newer than dyed lace 'as 'a dress',

rid poker'McCal.thy,' 'who-, puts old; however.a great medium grove' had "pebbles" strung around their the'door shouting and gave chase. hour a day and study Harmony two : studying the lines and the fashions trimming Is dyed Mexican drawn!

bgs;,down "yoilr neck' that;.feel like with ,trees .the' size of' mediUm apple necks as charms, which .were in real It was great fun for Teddy, for he hours" writes a Mich mualo student. ot their own clothes necessarily work. ,

tugs'"and make you Jump' and'.' trees,,.li -usually .about. seventy years ity superb diamonds. _A British farm- did not get caught once. "Last September I was so nervous I observe the cut and the lines ana low
amt* objected Vlctorffc.: ._ \' er's wife exchanged a ,silk! shirtwaist Patent leather shoes Jin wotnen's -
old. Trees-will!' bear-olives' when'theyare And so the second pumpkin' was could only practice a few minutes at the fashions of men's habiliments!II '
.Welt if he did: could tell teach\ 'of'tfiese week sizes come with 'gray,, white, I
and later
you for' one ,- a-
; three yeara old but'are' mere very-very happy because he thoughtthe a time and mother said I would have am quite sure that the date of love

P-'I YoU know what she did to Skinny. shrubs and ;'yie1 ;only ,a handful of. found she had secured the biggest very best thing a pumpkin couldbe to drop my music for a year. at first sight would be attributed more tan tops. :r

rkln when he brought the snake tooQl' fruit, Now krovoa/ have ..bean set out bargain on'record. The stone.turned was a Jack-o'-lantern I "This was terribly discouraging alI than once to a fur coat with a becoming Transparent butterflies In fiigh'i.

;for: naturestudy! and 'Ued itIlls upon the 'mountain :slopes"during}:.th
i buttonhole and' let if.get away. last .thirty: years which are 'now ..Clom.mencll1g I thirty carats and was sold in Parla pumpklu? a whole year of study.. Becoming or .Of wonderfully cut frock coat At girl In evening attire.-; w.

3h-h-ht' "Victoria'drawfnr.Wasn't that, dreadtulV'ddered herht .tcr sb.o'fy very good result and,', : toe 87000. That' was the beginning .Well, this great yellow pumpkin convinced that my nervousness was any rate, I make this acknowledgn.ment Bracelet bags come In pnactictt'W'

produce a fine oll.tbl* being about the belonged to Dolly and she lugged it caused largely by coffee, and seeing to you tirat I have a critical eyo' 'iark colors for everyday Use ,as'well ,
at the htdeoua: recollection 'land 'available'-not', already ta ollys.alnionci4 'Then old" Dutch farmers found their in her little checked apron all the Postnm BO highly: spoken of. I decided for the, garb of the male sex, and I as In delicate hues for festal occasional. i1' '

So It Polfer.: puts things' down ;your I and! grapes, \*-' s'' Ohtldren 'playing marbles with way to grandmother's,, and grand-, I would test it for a while. can assure you that I am not by say Pink belts' with Cowers In. dull
.you"could' blm'.ex'penaed'r'shetf : fair
ok: '. strange piece. of "Blas_ : which .they mother made It into a pie.: I "Mother followed the direction means "alone in this 'respect.New.= tel tints are particularly'lovely;'" ee>''a'''

'Gladys.-! .." 'preparing' for the. Future., : 'picked, outs ot the., mud walls of. the It was wonderful. pie.:: It was deep i carefully and I thought I had never port Tribune. peclally.when worn with a gold .buckle.' ?,
F'l'wouldn't1b nIUnerfor "
; a l' ;; *nyIng" ''Mrs. Jenkins .had missed'Mra Brady houses. : ThIY.4Jcre", : was .soon, out, and .spicy and rich' with a melting I tasted such a delicious drink.: We '
-, ) Gladys ) There will be black hats of silk' *
InMb-ls whole\ world- **
I 'prospectors with'men of science, drank Postum ,
and Instead Should Shun City'Lif..
: hearlag'
front her accustomed haunts. and crust and a sugary golden brown top, '
think .of Is telt''n \ with )
rea4welh..r people()Al1'YOII' 'My mother \Jdort't like several startling rumors concern, flocked from.allpart! .of the world, and it was big, enough to out a piece i of coffee, and by November I felt There'are several sorts of girls who velvet trimmed suitsT-"U 'rong--,-pltiibes- ,

;-' pearoli of old until,,there.were I< at one ,time 15,000 I, more like myself than for.years: and match- ,,
her"'went'ID 'her and should not to
.to: gov.wltl girls,that: re":always. 1, adventurers washing for. diamonds for two great-grandchildren, nine : attempt come to the city worn; ,, 'e ,
was ready to music.
UP resume
-- vehement- friend ., "ft. grandchildren and five children, as my to earn their living. -
Jlln3i"bursf6utyiotorla; and down the Vaal river.:-From ."The "I now practice as usual, do my The"newest telt'1'of,
worklrt''arj.night .
"rbey'eli me'"you're*, well-as for grandfather'; and grand One Is the sweetly'dependent girls.the
Ipulling. herself awa.frpn'the on. '
; ; ; Diamond Mlnea'.ot Klmberley' In'St. studying and when work U last1C,' three Inched wlda'at tP* ,
lldlng'-arms :ot Gladys and running anday) SaraltAareVt she.queried mother themselves;" for It was baktftl i- my day's : I girl for whom th
stPeet.-tit'k: : ,,, J" : : Nicholas-. In a;great,, bright, square iron dripping : finished I am not any more nervous I.particularly: an adoring circle of men' and two! at tbo tront, '
"Wn the diq :.:.. than when I teef back orna; Iali
r 'Tm" -- began."I ,_ cut ,, '
4'YeVf'"returned Mrs. ;
With "eyes and moutH open to...tiefrlest pan! ., l have always fetched, and carrtsd- '
extent Gladys stood gazing after tn-de/bond.; "Titty:;the",peace;; .for 'i'' 'W.tch'WhiI.'You: : Pray..* Dolly and-Teddy and Dick' and all cannot too highly recommend : The girl wso sentimental or sun- ''Tiny pendant i tag ;, blts m

too. aedtGsay .any thin* for ad.Tbefl pulling".: the whiskers oat of" that, old ....;r.fanryear..Tago'a mildly- ''insane. thai, great-grandchildren, and grandchildren .'. ". Postnra to (musicians who practice ,, ersenslttve. has .a.,difflcult Oght'' to dangle from the th. ,

with an.efWrtifhe'pulV? coundretVot a;-husban"-'o'- mIne, .and tromau reame !gttfiet: outtto: and chllren,1 and grandfather, half a day.My father is a physician ;:'{ make when .she comes intote, city. bow, 'perhaps? of a cravs

i i .If.: tpgethe- RAd AHtked.: ..at th.;jMaglatratexwild: that.it' j I.' come';: l'l.w!l B : :houBe too,.'; declared H, "was-the- best. pie, and recommends. Postnm.to his pai '.'Those ..who1.' /..."' posltons', ,to.-,,Olf f a,-sott.mU-ojithe arotin4' ,

i tdp otWj.yoioeii.1! : l*;! K ..,"'"', ,'forV 'im' ."Iu,*-01"aleS, :lIIe, 'an4.-onl wives: ;'. !ne '. grandmother ever. made. :And grand- i: tlenU. Words cannot express my: ape :'.want tbe best, possible senrlce for thw Co lllll'lsillllillYri' In' front,

"You like to Pit neai> Jlmmle! O:l..t tIL the ol* Biaa bid line me 4 o> Bhll.I* '.!", when.the '"'.. ., imother, laugtagT; eh ,.was so pleased.!: ; .probation) for this' moat valuablebeverage money: '.the? are' paYing,'''The yt' I'a art UsIflg

,4Uu._ b.-a.ult] ,*,,, Wfe-X V." .'' '1 1s ."And M> yWr*. workio". 'ard to,keep' l hOUBI'I..t: ': i'Ctazt" i-: :<<:: > tJll'i :"''''''.nd so,, the third pumpkin'.washappy v: bealth and experience, : has Uk,'whjr'yo !are> earning T W USdue* the tun

iWrl* 0'" runnlfliJ; back with flrBeforjB out _!_<:* .*\ Tr.I '-i." .- '.,.*oo?,-';) 'V''; .$: ua"a' :she vr v' No, tco.' bjtfl! iusa-he: ,,thi' _1U superiority over" ,'all.' '>otb1'ber1 OOP, wHl'lhey-.exprea> ,,'dfs li>a g them about tte s

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s* Trafth'& aal Hem,Swptt, Itt With Lumber ompalY ATLANTIC
A a. AaUnal *. L.*.. and BOld / \ S

t 7ArwaM.er.R LM.+7t IAnrw4L KMiwya Like a Shooa.Th Many a Florida HMhM Will Find '.
tho alarm- .
Moat\ do not *'t1 ;
people and feaurbble Prenlemry tar Mal to a land animal of ..pT Them ... Will quote you price and supply you from their yard near the depotat t

tua incr.e, of kicb\e7 dheam.S .rt a taat**, who living at ssa. baa To have the pains and aohe of a bad at DeLand: with best cjp and yellow pine = =fines Everywhere=

; While l ktdneydi-; hid his paw chanced Into flippers back removed; to be entirely free from

"Border are the Try like: the long black: kid !OT.. of annoying dangerous urinary disorders Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings
moat disease common that prevail a woman. HI heart user and kldnr* to enough to make any kidney sufferer I Soutl Fast U/es

they are are oxactl the same aa the*. ot a grateful. To tell how this great change Shingles; Laths Etc. J flortl;, ;, ,

almost the last keep and just aa good to _. bat bla can be brongh about will prove com- ,

: recognised and by. Been although just Uk* fat mutt_ to, forting words to hundreds of Floridareader. All Lumber Building and Fire Brick,Cement etc., prumpUy delivered -
patient ph, .
I .. .. look at. la rank and dIstasteful from anowhere la the city.
aicUns. iM r.
,. hat fArm..".. his habit of eating fish. Tb whole A. Oertiwc, veunan. of lit U St., ; THROUCH PULLMAN SERVICE

'will .e/errf/ 1M *... while tile tWtr package la put up In a parch of thick Pensaoola Fla.. tell how to do it. He = TRAINS I
tai diamtw undermines the lystcm. whit fat to keep the body warm ays:: From my Uperi..DOewl&1a LbenhKidwl -- ---- ------ -- C ON
e' That T. Bo. white from the akin crow a beery; Fills I can strongly recommend :
,There la comfort in the knowledge *e of beautiful brown for, protect them --
crop to in need of
often axpnaaed, that Dr. Kilmer'. with largo flat oil bearing hair, mtk:. anyone a good medicine Now is the time to orderSimon
+'l s'' Swamp-Root tbe..t kidney remedy lag a cI'.urta{ which odes for the klda..,.. Kidney complaint II i CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER! ;
faHUla a.*ry wish in curia*rheum ti+m. ant backache caused me suffering in-
pain in th*back kidney Tiwr, bladders through the water without friction. ervab' far The .
years. diet: or oamd
1 1for w
Perfectly frl-. orcrflowtnc with No.
s i .d area part of the urinary paagc. Pure -
It eorwcta inability to bOl4 _ta fun a perfect: Utile atbl t.. marraloua- attack I did not mind, bat as lima went :: For detailed information[ schedules rates and reservations[ let

...scalding pain in pasting it.. or bad ly strung the fur seal U the moat delightful i =: Ticket[ Agent, or write or call on ',
by they and
grow worse at times laid nearest l'
eOccta following use of Kqnor. ewe ot of all wild eraaruroa. But although and be sure of a large crop next your
beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity me up. I could hardly' walk and it was your grove :: Agent Atlantic Coast Line R. B. DeLaia. Fla.,
they UT. *t -. the seals", bain SIMON PURE :&. L. POWE. Ticket tit
to often winter. All the host use .
of compelled go difficult r
being a matter to straighten after groves
clothed In akin and
during tb* day to get up nuM man and;,. hair.* bossily aDd the temperate latitude fat much I stooping while the kidney secretions FERTILIZERS, and they show for themselves : : :: FRANK C. BOTUSTON, Tray. Pua. A rfc A.O.U ) .Jacksooville Fla.!
Ha .
i the times*jxtror dortonf<
is soon realized It stand the highest mar' months Since they cannot abed Kidney Pills eared me. From personal It Co.JacksonvUIe.. "*. .J
of the .die. E. O. Painter Fertilizer ..faiiti..ailirii<9fitib91SSSif glifl91S91 jS jeji
1 for its wonderful cures moat their garments like oanelrea. they experiences I know that this remedy iH iiH..isst

1 tnssiag If yes Deed a medicine migrate. to a anbarctlc climate Catherine an be depended to fulfill '
upon therepreeentatlon -
'yes aho.M hare the beat. Sold br drngi In Immense multttadea where ther made for It." I DeLand Fla. n -
i and doUat sues. T. E. ARNOLD Agent, ,
vista in ftfty-cent toe- I ,
are Osherte to support them. Their For sale by all deafer Price 54
You haft a sample bottle and cento.FostsrMilbarn I
ration la of cod FLORIDA
fifty pounds
; everyday .
$;' book that tells all Co .-Bnalq New York.
which for a creature the ale of a
aboatlt.bGthMDtfree sole agvata for the United State... '"
_i b.mai1. Address Dr. sheep Is coosid.rabhExebange.A Remember the lIamDoaII'ea.odta LOCAL TIME CARD No. 74. CORRECTED TO FEBRUARY 5. lm

Kilmer 8t Co., Bing- no other
: hamton.N.Y. When ......-...-. No. 99 No. 33 N 0. ,9 STATIONS.o.I 73 No. 74 No. "|
writing mention this paper and don't STORY ffFox( VISIBLETYPEWRITERS Dally I Dally I Daily Daily | Dally | Dpr

make any mistake, bat remember the Bluffed Person.Tbe -- IIUUO..m tap am TT...........Jacksonville........ ..Ar 19U" pm 7..., Fln 8Uu
the pm
y Dr. Kilmer. SWU2pRaX The Man Who Braved the Stern and m : 1100 am Sin am Ar.........."> Luguttina..Lv! ago pm: 40 pm 7 Iiu(13u
name. : former Lord pm ..........Eaitl-alaUa...........LTLT ale Hi
_ .......wreB *ndos. N.; Y. the Sailer,. H. R_.... .. Elphmstone par II I Oil[: pm: Ill 125 Mam .a. .m LT" .......... LT .....'pm',. 4CA pa pai
1 bth minister .. 1102 pro lormdo04.:1
Off the coast of Ireland there was a a very scatter braIDed pm 135 pm i'os'am'1117am LC'__... ::: :-T t22 pm 854 pa: Tii'ulljfpi
theologian and In his sermons often ::21.m 145 Ly.Daylooa..t", (fJ' pa rem
pm :
** -- terrible storm and a crowd gathered 1200D'0 ...._. : 280 pm ill pa tam
oa the shore to aee a storm toeeed eeead knewbot the end from the beginning 123.150 cm em 317 222 pm pm 112pm200pm IL,.............TlKurllle............LT 112 pm 213 pa !ey
... One Sunday his lordship. In S66 L..B".Ie4p.. ...........{..TM 1327 pm 1ST pm lam
2 Seam
HORSE SENSE. not far away being posited oa HAVE .....pm.... 234 pm Ly.............. .... 11 64 un. .......... _
the rocka.BtorOy: his customary sleeping, gave vent to an ,,n,,,,,..,,,, 147 pm '......._.. .rbourD....'J.L! Y 1144 .m .......... ...
unmistakable _ON!. This was too 612.; ,o5pm 450 pm ........., PI..L" 1000 am'UU' p. .
fist 'The Kind N......., Not by the Animal, men launched a boat aad mach for the am 755 pm ebb pm Ar..R'.t Palm BM.-b..LY, 740am. (45 am
but by. the Ow. polled away at tile oars to anew the : minister who stopped The DCRABIUTT of the "BASKET" :MACHIXES secured by the wide 720 am .O3 pm lab pm AI........Boral Folnclana..LTk\ 780am pal am iiS
and "'Waken Lord .,. ... 729 033
cried : my pbl.- 755 om (11 pmloepm 711 pm ... .Breekera..LT am Aai
I wonder If any,on* can rice a rea- iiaperDed onea. stoner tjpcbar hanger and heavy typebar.COMPLETE 1'.m 1010pm Ar..............Ulaml..............LT 4Mam 7 U aID imp
Aa the boat cam back tb. wateheraeo l Oam ..........r 6 roam _............MlatnL.......?....Ar! IWpm' ......... imp.
Seeable *ac 'oon a* they haT nulsbed a meal or the shore cried. "r>ld yea let ship .u..re04.arm no sleepln'. minis. VISIBLE WRITINC 400 pm ::::::;;;;........... AS.nlrht'. Eey Dock......LT .......... .......... loooSPALATKA ;
themT and they answered: "Afl bat Da fly accept Sunday
Jut going a
oo*. We bad to lease him or flak tbeUT BRANCH
writs IB Suburban Lie In the first .. of aILAnd vfaea But y* are eJft pln'. I wager :y*
they were
din ken: what I said last." exclaimed CARD WRITING ATTACHMENT LsawI EAST PALATKA I I Arrhr Lmw PALATKA TO Anh,
plac tile oats ar washed out of tho
landed a stalwart fellow atepped from 1 UXE INDICATOR TWO-COLOR RIBBON E ttPaUtks ''Palalkm Palatka. EAST PALATKA Eu
stomach Into the intestinal canal*. the croup and _Id. "Who wm Jota IB* '' the ]>.st>>r. .. DETACBABLK PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENT TO PALATKA _Pahni
'I' "Ou. aje: JUurne d-tl>* pr: ':.T. FEATURE. a\O am .....!l... 40 Dally........ 540MB 546 am900am ........ ........ oar
to they cannot b* digested and in th* reea: of the remaining onT said.Waken, Lord '" aO.m: ........l o. 4* CallT....... (40 ast&5 .........vantelly ....... >..
stoat be an actiT Irritant and. in th* Thor &II.cI woman! cried out: "Oh.say < my Ephinstou Itt em .....No. 60 DatIy.: ....... am 11 eD am ..._..No. 61 DUI7.Ire
I -A. ". ayer said the minister. -ButI Ererr other typewriter than the Fox ha: SOILS of thee features I 2.a I'm ..o. U Dally........ 11 a pm 3t0 pm ........s... M Dally........ I:Ap!
'- swab S stomach foil of water. makes nos. dos go;' doot god Too are inoa kea no otherhaa them ALL. The Fox stands alone as a mechanical marred 4 IS pm ::::;;;.No.> M Dally....... 415 pm 445 pm ..._..*... 5S Daily.._.... .ta p
a base doll and locyA little at a all I tSTa-Vft. Tour fattier waadrowned wager ye what I said last in typewriter building- .::10 pm ........No. M DallT........ 110 pm 910 pm ........\... 67 Daily........ 10"fia
atase: that." I 011 pm So. if PallT....... 1035 t>m 1040 pm ......SO.. l\19 D.tlr....... II"
"+ ttm* and that .oftn a food. rate-la'wabMtinc : at ma. and roar brother WU- Tats." th nobleman It U the mechanical excellence: of a typewriter that proves its ,
replied prompt SAM MATEO
W stock. ham tailed away auc1Mud worth and enables it to "stand up" as does the Fox year in :and year
DId from him and now It are lost I IT.nl. wager y* dinna ken yer- under all 1.55_ ArrtvoMatoo j. --
4' yoa,9CS-Hnat: warning signal yes out kinds: of strain. EAST PALATKA SAN MATEO TO Arrj
oar'-Dundee Adrertt.r.Irute.d But
i+ ': ci&-.am. threw oat the other day win be left In Borrow alone."' Advertised. statements making general claim prove nothing p.Zlaiu) TO SAM MATEO MBusm EAST PALATKA p iul

as yes Mopped yoar hon for' a raw Bat tti* man replied: 1 Boat rxBother. Prove the Fox by a comparison in your office: at our expense. 430 *mIB I"'"''.:So. t6 Dally.?..... 4Mam. I lib am ........!!... t. Dally........ .lIa
watt As aooa as It halted on* forefoot Duty call me." Then band of Cutting Cork Write for beautiful catalog just issued. pm ......:s... 61 Dally...._.. $4S pm llMam113pm .......:\o. 64 Dally! ....... /lax
..... ........ .......
was thrown forward hecaogooaMthlac ether loan heart lanachd tIM After withdrawing a cork from abort 1 tort pm SO. 59 C ilT 1180pm No. SO net: ....... n.

was -wronc and then was boat and paned for the wreck. :. the former rapidly expands, and OWEN TYPEWRITER COMPANY 1 Ko. aBun.. I !'Sun.Only.. 21. Xo.1 ate MAc YPORT lo. 15 Ko.Bon.211. Bat

>>&la- Anxiously: the Bother waited In ran when one wtsb to replace It one freloeotJv Only Dilly ax_ I BRANCH Dally Only DoIIr

'; had examined and prayera. At test, they aw th eUfebost finds that It has bcom too .. .. ......
If you th* animal yea 313 Zack Street TAMPA FLA. Stops 10 10 am amps Mam LT. Jack BTUl* .Ar 7tp am 100 pm WM
Ucfct han read some heat about tb* taming nearer sad aaarer. &? large for the pcrpo<. The tonal rem- 210 pm 10 Mam .40 pm4pm' .W.m LT. _Table &.*.,11... ..LTa 50am 121* pm .1',.

,- coronet or aom sensitlTcneas along the when It was te aalllac dtatamc hey dla sucb caM Is N pare pieces off >Si M 01 pm pm 11 1454am 10am 700 pm .on.m'H.w.44 am ''LT.AIiantiellaea.J.T: TT >FT.- .Ly ale..> aID.- ,200 1211 onr pmate

caUed. "Hare yea c<< your aaaaT toe t mmrlia of th about the
pastern or No.' 3 .ara.I. N..3 M..* M. II '
,' aakls Tour Mend .. "Call a tetra led th* answer nag oat dear above for the cork: as a raJ<*t. Is far belly Duly pa ay D&lly, Daily Sa.tw4.VsMl DoIIJ

( th* stales -T.. aad ted mates rt. from airtight and la wmem
v Oar aced ban his wed.1i Illpm400pm LT.KrwemTTna.ArJ! IWpnlicwmm ( DPS a 110 lUll LYTlta"Y11le ere Iota
brother 1\11Ua.a- not even seep tb* liquid In. A totterway FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU LT.Lake Balsa LY. 121' pm sot pm Sao am Ar. Baafonl LY.IO_
A better to to for $1.
way stop a Ill pm 11:Mam |ILv.Osr CIty LT.jlJCS pa 440 pm ....... ....
-It few day, rearm tb* shoes and the I* to place It on the floor and NIl 414pm 11.am" '|Ar. Oranre City Jo- 'I2tt'. 439 tra .......... ...,--F

Aon* shad on put" mow If am earth Neeta W the G.wEat.... It backward oral forward with one'. Cswtls.mad.a5 Mlaaal. with.atoajauklp eke P. and 0.....Cmp.qa,
livery pair of eagles whoa habits I foot putting a certain: amount of pressure Y r ur.
Sears not to be bad. Of course the 35.000 CHAIRS
.; .._.... .
grant atlas nisi..be greatly reduced hav had aa portuaIty of wmteilar OD It. After a few minotn of thisperMnslTv C cHo at K lght.KO'Y Desk f.Key Tr_t end Ha..... T land .-teaaYThe.

a and brae mashes.. MbsUtutsd. sew a period of a few years wsld rmttaiect it wm have br- AT MANUFACTURERS' COSTFLORIDA rl.. d.part. TIME from TA.BLEi U._Y.: ............U.tbo.limes.. bat at their wblek arrival ti-el.. msa departarVat 7.4.... .wi

n Then see U tb* bola haw been cut rem to bars torertabtT at lea it two toms fairly ..Vt and can b* Inserted lath ,tat.d. Is ...............-.saw des lb.CO".7 hold Jtootr .or..._.all>le foray Ib'thuig a..
boa le without disBcuIty. r any eon........_ aH./err therefrom.F. .
w law as t. wratn tb* muscles tb* eadw.'eadw attea for their nests Seas ;

lee or tile toes left lung to tosur aaor. ban tare, and I know. *f rut wtth _m a. ssus ma cease user mea aa..eaR.mar .,copyaf the oval Tta..ford or Other I.formal!..
ra..w "BF THE
asses roan.L llCKXifAG3ErVT "
strUeor .root to act property bal font sites In fact I ally know ofon A Ran Complaint J I I D RAHNER.Assistant General Pas. "' &L. ST. AL<1USTL'liE. FLORID

___ **S*> toot, no bone. to aa oJd pair oat of naay watch habttaaSy -lH "t it strange- asks the first man. --- --

...... mat to hat one place tad sly: cat that >o> many men. after years orut&less

spy not tab away those cribs and Th reason for thta t*. bow-ever apparent commercbl practices piraciesone CHAIR FACTORY .-

tot your bus. Mad from th* floor It for owing to its attnaOoai It n>f::ht alowt:: say. after they hare a.ou..5&Lwmasaa

win raqatr more ttm for It to tessa W never beea dHrorted. Th net climbed to the rery pinnacle" of sueceas. IT !

a OMU!. but that to surely .o ob- A la a small caTera oa th* fac of aa hooM hare softeel&g of the John B. Stetson University!

1 JecUon and tb* anlmaTs OlgeatSon wMBw .!IeoI._ wan of Uzneton rock come hinter I

,be ....... tl KW!! feet. hich. at about 4KO fee. from: -It wvcM be stranger yet m&altelystranger. Notice of Final Discharge : 3.Uee U Crc4IUrs.Xotie .

about that bars which to so th* aonuatt Above th* cflS s* a taM ." replied the man with th* s....... I* hereby p-rr thai 1M rides.served b hereby finm that Ute uderaifMd i

nveonus for gram? Did you aver try eI doss .tuo at aa aacte of fortrared euyo> ued !seat. If any of then aUniafraMr ofta euaw ot Jobn Jadj of tare Votaaia been appointed by tao County. A SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS. v
of with .*.mi3 *r abuse which agate die Paa4tterte.-I.wtls. tk Leanly; Florida, *xce
on* Urns cribs caps to prevent ao. oa *Itt dr of ems tk. esters of AuroMa Fab-. Ian Mad ----
bettfiag *r tb* grain, or haw you *x> ther precfpk. To teach th. aeaiaitpoint Ju y. A. b t. r-n-ate anal acc it Cauatr.dccvaMd.sad have duly .naUad -
r tae Coutj juAgf ( Votaoa COLLEGE OF LIBER AX.
a Coaatr, ARTS-Laglish Language and Uteratera. Latin
abor rots east weald b **such .zeea_
ar..so. logday's
-tIIdtIed1Ia the tote
F9rds,ami ask tot a Baal bwAnn- All CTTAlilora. Gtek<>--.... Freoc: 8paaih, Hathematlca. chemistry Phyaie.3lechaie
along tb. aU eI tb* ataD Soar so tbeyaos work.- Barorday U.eiw.Uawsity FACT J. R. T1ItSEIL.or. aU ruaua aaiac bsaw.claim diatiriontMa ar demands, sad JUta. Baton rkilrovby. Pedagogy, FoUtiesI KcoDoai,. Biotoar. Gmdc y, '
be eaten atowtyT: Any dTlc ", against aid c4aw. .is hereby mated Ftiraieal Caltan. eta 'la 199'7 8_. adopted the aam hqai.-.aa for ea; f

whkh a.ceatt tea .-.-......... tee. awa..aRj at ........ ABOUT THE "BLUES" -n.a.l1.lAit pisut Ik __ date aatJoea-....., to to tad and aaUiatcd.graduation: that were held by the CaiTeratty arcUeaxo.. and tb* .
two were
M owmad. te putting: away a The degree to 'b. Lllerftty the..duogaed witaln OM rear (rot* the COLLKCK OF LAW '
-Al..TSeo the t.:4IVece: will be '
rattosi of gum wm materiaUy aU tb* ef Fart t* ao eattOad as to deatcaatath Rhat N bow.n the..Btakj daze Mrred.keno. (; or the aaaw win b* forcrerrajLSK ...... 1" 1M taU at J.9Od I by --.c the teaching free sad sad further.by cGfing strength.a 1

;bt ............ smke and coudltiou of a fatally seder which the work waa aetdosa axaslea.d: by.s.aI enttlg Notice. I FAHX. two T kr** tad a UnCOLLJEOS yew mane Merady

a.- duel aa tacos who do Btarary work external: eosditlm, het .. t h e ......... ct&ba' 1M Laan4.Hd.ACGCST leal Eagi.eLLIria OF ashes TECOSOLOGY-CI'fi1., ieadinQ todettre.Beetrieal Jf ebaaical. and Cbm-

D* yes stay wttb your bora whJS wonM racerr. the decree doctor of le.- :real40--I Ott canea .7 a 6s- a.ter se..a: oa tke ill dT Ju_! L. BUBKKESSEI 135 ,.. CO roB TEACBItB>-A college curses for teacher. teadim to a 'I
hyder & ..
J ho to bang shod B_. ado>> you tera, etc. To obtata th. doctor. decree orders LITER. A D 1.o. she anAMwcaed adauamraoixof nb Fob,.. 31.II1OS. Fill. Pa dealer a !formal Mhool for Florida school tracker; model schools. i* all tb*
know that b* to being ktodly; treated th* candidate oat ports thelea ... Lard W-. tf.: BTB* m ill preorni grade 01 aloe ...ells ......... peeial raphaM bciac pat oa tk*...,...- and !
THIS IS A FACT bet anal aeeoaat*aa IM Ron. Jude *iaik traiie; Kiaderganen Traloin School ,. (
ODvatr .. .
I saw u toed amtta strike a .... over ., dc4J** af th* tsrapeadg, : dilutes -'Poamas OHMrue .11c1ia<<
wIIIda ho illI.IOdItr- Vaarr. Fla. aad ak nr a ..., Notice to Non-Resident. THK ACAOEMT-;-laaMea!. uiMMtise.>4 SeieBiiaoeanneata '
tbs ....I the other.4a7wtUa..raap. of wort. sab.lt two tbsam es try wckarr* a*wed adKiaiHrainx. an1ioo1eCeo sa.--: aU,. .neat a ibis wort. lie etadesn prep-

4 and the marks of that blow wm reHAKul dtTereat naiarlna reply to efeatd..aus Ltd ky 7IIIceITutt'sPilis Tai D ote.S\ 1:10: :". KLR1AM BTSK.Noticvof la Circait court Sereaik. Jai isi CIreai& have KO*. to Harrard. Yale,Priaeetes "... Kkbigea aol Chicago. '

tttf WBft&, eejettlm --.laC u.... pay a A ; of rionla. in sad (or Vloaair. ".. Bt."I JtSci : .EUg-Bsakag Li aU llellra s; Bookk..lIIIt by lee.

Uauy vmluubl anhmato bar be.a fee ell*1) fraaca set prareat MO peta laCaaaem beM m.tkada; Sbo thamd sad typr.riaag elective wanes open 111 other departIe .
.- HanUIton ; !taste awl sam.tl.r building. '
.prom. Injured by anti Mow .dtopliaof oaeafala th..* tothaatta OUakaat. ) SCHOOL MXCiT \
d .y j COoipialaaat.I I pr &. 1C ABTa-Wood "CIrtIac, ties Werdsg: sad:'.
gives eager ....... ... ..sune natdrm..ikbig rwedty. ma a.tS4.r hr 1M dear,. Applicasica for Tax IXJ Un } "'.-. TnlaD'I' '..

eI oII r atratggUag doctor eI bates oast writ tbeaY doN Secnoa 3 ot ChapUri.. LAWDiekaaaa. Fred ft OUp n.1. ID .,; riSE. ....T5-Dra....,.Charcoal and 1011:; P.ta"'s"00,f
of Fish. ..
W-- .and 1 anel
:Not_sae will afew the t aa.eetbsg Let!, th* aster b n-tL ITdvpaitmeat. : k r-daal.J SCHOOL! or ML-B/O-A sus a m jo eowy_ models._ "
boat .ts.etaw beta lbs wall of tb* the acfaattae tike tirA Tfcey. 'oiaM.eg.L4 tlNU""EIt.Taleykta&rr eeas.is y&:i"-1II&&F To Fred H. OUnaaat Iarp'-t&y *Mt.Ma a.p. ; 15.itU pi__; separate ....Idi.fi:'
awcoa nor tIC Tax: 'intiBea** s.3A.dard Tee.... MYeby ; Mtwrk miasma; ........... of hearing oraswf0a .'
'fs t a01 ..a dog t. be cwt away eBr :.- mast ba oa sons ....;&mal Oe.tlga- ; : totfc la*..k iav of Afro. A. D. 1't'I. aa*nkM ore. *.-plaii tieddntrr {ashen. they bold dec.-
ya ,,
ply tto dos-$esaOg tips uSa theokgcy. ... mstatim.are sail ftl'ti6ta is*la sad aaoT f Ckw Hamrd ..... -t
spgsnsa.r ; ...... They MtgbsatiodehoGy *-- dies. bee nvaj* *eotulad ranac oa or acJor IkIk -. iMteTUIat. So........ Ulr eeb. Kirnigas'rDeesW
: UIIa .a.a trim e.siaM !ti cal mad wrist.-Bead Bat ......... *ir tax old a* inoa io an.eadas. ,. 4y of May, A.D. HW_ Arc-- ......... Bahia,,. Boekae a4ImenimV of: .
r t.the h eoiI7. .. wish tew. =sag I The Totoau and abet tauitulysIbere .. .e.at '
sir all cavorocaa uoaaly Sauced i* .......*
Ott tkr heal.WIllI Ita atrada.tMe.rert boa lee aw I. hsetliags sr.
gnipmrne. .
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taw tKlowiac AVocrWii .aow-q eadow-M''
oiieni which.. .
; 1o.. Tbts floe A lbs fat' TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ..odd ia V d iaw a s.ss-y. .........a--ti et.....Mad bea. tabud are a ....... library Mohr u.aw l.mu.; a bs.atiful csapel with e0mly Iurabhisa, r \
p bmat beat sap..fs and r soh .oat Left 0. la ... CeIILJCIoIor ..-I fswy,; "..". __&wI'' ''' ra orbs ea..re.tle..rka. d.dtf, ramsd.ttm wIedewa I rl psindaga.a ile. ...... '
ih. .OAS frmwhstba a...1'1_ ?site...y bad sr mel .. U- wet mp4r aoparttae; a adomd &ItIeIie ereannssg &.eS bmab
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31.c becl.selygsti.& (dAcwz.rg sew se at De. emuta.........u oIiuaoM.... .
''iJ, va aY..t 1M mat ----.tId rasa do.asN-I* my ..a..te. HODGKIN'SWagon of Ta avid bra -.be --.d at doe dais. EASE, Fla Shut lath day of Ftttraary,A.DSAHL .Pinta: .spares.IsI caste. .1IrioIlea_sot_-; tau-lazes.labera/rhhChe.11'III1' rowing tad 6hae f

I 'dkte.. eI the did the toil be wsfta Jbat22.4 r tItrUac feet boas ikakmaacwca wades ta she ;.,y. Phymea Beaisogr Ktmatbgy aid '.
eke ye.nA Sam 01'"-. F. i.aMi Cakes pug t(a&aJ.I D. JOEDAX. Bblocy; seaal .....___
cll... ad ..... -w. ate a toad 1M Wap W Ibr...... I woAas fast' otasr .tal b* Mowed at oirtiai. aa Oort. !aced shop..M._ ... tight "ants. hlIia-bean sanest warns shed....., 7'oo.I.

\-F ...._aad Os betr sea skw W IIat' : ban say'. Jaaata that I was ...... lbs Shop, tew. ux ....if will noa* t&eraoa oa ... J. In MCCSOBT. l ... ---.._.........-. .d.lsp--mat....kmro.....1iIIIfty .... _: -... Itlleracy..aaieaI ,

mass atkg to every put' ... I think m. raid, ear I w.daa &a.7 a. Tes htiday.4: ... Jtar.. !. D .tia9lWho. .. smakler ax\.pIaIaaaa.; _iDC- TM.. ....... ... -; CUWiaa.... Ute u and aoetariaa are ...:... "t
SS1f sad Wdsf.
"'\, '< .b. 'sea it< Tab a torn. tile ..xl were a..g 1M itaA .. whard. DeLAND. FLA.Esyibfag him i *MAt day of swtaiBM A...... A ai.
tar yes*1.sot ant sea if the brae w ht, He9 w m ear ...i fM U.'L n..luRD.L"" Notice to Creditors. WOOL KCLLET. FkJX UtcD LL.D.
De.. Flridi
.,',to tile hdt iYe... 0CI&ftI&p Jam AIf9 as ear bsL- fa Wagoso. Ih;; aet. Cai__ .....mare, F?.. "!

:-tnlestu. ...,...--- t --- ttomso doe PaoehA. I a." saaaf-..tsm* as reposed tomykeo.a duel. buebr gflr. that ib..fen '-
ia ... t..a __ atgsha. .... ._ by isH J
: and :yet not bit. If tb. tsar a. -
0aIpdaM: a-lie-"Wwy. atg.t W ;mar Jade,., -
'*aa. thbxua s4as> ar met tort EA.. and 14sps. rat of iYww ---:
i a aced tr.e-c .went tamed! .... IkT* apaty .Aamiam.pi= M
ut. Mtb .. law *r use .... o to. ru --r.*>* bud bui... yea ear' nBMrtadl sts< .. .*. tD >raat a SEEDS Iko aataatol W&hmai KIWr d.eenme,ad :
'fee. l A.haoOms. hefrrsa1iL an- .. or
mo.ey lie: Dmbtey. "Ah aha -
...._ are ......... ARMOUR
a wmr will at a ajuacs uViuecttatlcaapar tatatr ha*1M gift of aaac.TTn .- tes.pm.ydedFe ,...-.-sam -......... .. FERTILIZERS

'aarthtsg, I kp shah what K -- .. af := lttanN. ,.... albesir the ,
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; pbd 1DIa East '7. all.her tetbtk : .

w4, A rr..rEpm.... w peg. ..".... far ItsFbL.wphw sa.fl Lm.aaraom.ey arot! A-oiiau c.n.< a.:of XIL&.UI.0Ir Sb.. p I THEY Are made from highest:

A IfbnaAp t.o... Meop+d r-. saw may t M'amYu4r.. h.w..d.

., to n. haul i.wtot w 1to as.t tim e..4raa.m.gammbnet. oa..d,I7y YarehR 11.4 quality animal -I
etlF.banb doOg a S..er l SoQ, t-. tan IG.r"e1lo. >< --..-. products
d a cart ad sW fee the ... sus a Cathay 1ne aw4r ,. -- i "

awaa as aotgrtresMa --- Notice of Final Discharges which are every-

glee p. tier ...r.- .-- .
.... 8IVoUIuoIa dJeis.re. fectoffy
s., t Bar Tes to dew .,.. ..-...... --5b> oat er --..- .. ....ler. WJMlM sax..a ahn ICROWIwhere known to be the?
Utg 1s... t.atlOsa "- g0..tur..r.ma.d ga.edmaeif.rtela
-k. iii-" "'-- sai i o
"[ w .+f {egawA.riiia.n..o: Sltarda.rm..amw.p.agimy ar .. oIUiaa...t.a_ ...._._ ....- best forms of food..!:
>. ....- .. 0__...........
fist as -...-.. .... CiooaaQ Cart eI Y.rry I
es sate a. i..t rittlAt Wbj"aea mao heda A+tsg aaa non....and ark ter .feel d+-+-g.seep. r. Use them and

.. _? It la a gnu whack oat gw.Mi..t w. visasStYDIf your;

tMwsnt,lb. .u t. -wMeR pntpbx Os g yes .......w saeR. frt -- '''''''' --, awunrmlnl.

.sane I agp.. 1 aT*' ** ttg tilts ..the.........-- +-r.i d Baa.AA .......fta...Yateh1Llmei"de" crops will grow better;!

Aa/Ih bs Iraq ball and S es ..at.raaAAt -a bow wamr bNlri t poOt t s a sre. .nor;

iglilge'a_ aaarF'fbsw.: Httw.m. Pearl Wtr.-Z-.dn.. Gros IWENTSIASNOW A-..,. and your pocketbookgrow ;
w *11* era. .. rt1k1- _. COLD TIRE SETTER I

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av t _aaatekt) > .aMf ehfhaiL : :CAsToRIA.JIll' ,.....-.....-... .... + tarewteaa ...........ra.ai.r.sa.ma..r rm..MF foreo'MANUFACTURED
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[: 'THE MESSAGE OP. THE"! h LATEST! ADDITION TO TUEiRE FIGHTING AUTOS OF BOSTON. YOUNG 'MEN DO: ',,''':. :' ,.1 puNtIosu{: :, .r..1.! ., \;, ,. ', 'i.

s' r I -IT VRAIIK: Jj. BTANTOtf. ,0 i i I , ,, ., .'. ,,,"' '-- ,--.- YfA, WORK OF TnE'crrY-. 'i' '.,:, ". 'Tliu] grnftorhath-burglar" seems.twrorir benign" ,j )'"- ,'' ," '

; :Mnns.various crimes find erro&. c
bat's that, the fiddle's layla' which the On merry nights I hear it from my ohlmreycorner That's I Lilce- radant.vixtue, *lim ., "
other navor henr?-' place) Average Age of Those In vnupl Compared to deeds which now and thrttlrovolie ..;\ 1
thin' that's a-liovorin' botwlxt a.snulo' Rosy 'checks aroun' me, with the duncesin A sort and at Desks is EHoming Lea. our grief profound, ; '
nn' tenrl- a racel I and Lett. ,. Wo live to', fear and ttambliug Wl> *
ithin1 of the past time tho. shallow an' An' I seem to feel their freshness breath "You've '.'J",,'." Uho griptiann; < '" ,srouiuf.Ho \ .
tlio benni, of golden curls, ; ,
f I hum- It for tho last' time la a dream A. movin' to the musla they swing the The Is noticeable In the metropolisthat haunts you''thsl'ght.1me. ) !, '
>a 0. dream I swoetheart-girlal! of Ifo onoar at ,
: tho years of the workers in Thora'a no serene anI rfjb6.; UHIO\ ; .
"The old 1 lads are we ry- V. "The old lads ore lononome. (,i, shops, at the desks and In other employment In izfe when ha gate' GUY. -' ;l -A"
Youth must have a cfmncoj; Youth must have a clmncof .J// ; have touched a lower average You drmlr stranga Ijro-ws,and drbitt'aptui, .
Too old to dance 1 I v Take by the pound .
now- Too old to dance now- powdiin* ,
Too old to dansel" .... .,. t, <.* .-;." Too old to dance t I" '" < than ever before. It Is the ago Ami' evorythinn'a a failure whenTho i A
"fJI of young men Those past middle'Ute grip germ comcw__npatind I 1 l' '
their ',_wa..liingtou .'
r ------ ---- have trouble In holding positions Stxr. '

;S.SS.S.eISIGS;S.SI.........i........a "0' ; : and It Is almost impossible A

I i !&i "The: Scrap.." be dead them army of to the gain employed.admission to the great .

,, we're Year by year the older men are
:: :: : take less and less In evidence and are .'" '-- :"'- I
: .f' : 'Dy M. 1:. l-lardlnar. / :: "If has been put Into operation large rubber blankets such as are more and 1 more limited to positionsof "
.A..AA..AA.A.A.A.A.AA. ________________ counsel while the execution Is left "Can she take high Of' 'Notl '
-------- .flfl..S.fl......U V...fl.W to a unique piece of automo- used to cover goods for protectionfrom ; '

"The Scrap" wondered why "Mum" deeper draught, and at last she was "Mum. are apparatus which It Is be fire and water. In another box to younger brains and brawn. Thereis without knocking art some, !of" ,thubars. .' '
will greatly strengthen the under the running board in the an evident realization that Bacon ."-Llfe.< -*r
ver came to him now Ho had notion going to drain the cup to the end,
specially naughty lately. Of never heeding the dregs which, of a I'm and add materially to Is a life net. The other equipment was right when he said: "Young men Book Agent-"Good morning! Aro- "? _

urse, be had done many things he surety, she would find at the bottom.It for fire protection of Boston. Includes axes, ceiling hook, plaster are better fitted" for execution than you the lady of the house?" Bridget'. -, '7

ght not to have done, but that was was late when she reached you new wagon has an auxiliary hook, two ( ectlnguluhers, two five- for counsel. -"I'm wan o' thlm."-Lite, '

'thing unusual; he' alwn.ys had done home. to me tank with special cut-offs, foot extension ladders, sprinkler I The man pant thirty finds the doors Margaret (to young brother, coaxIngly *' '_ _
the auxiliary tank be boxes with heads and tools door of the railway offices and of other
em, ever since he could remem- "You can go, Mary; I can manageby It may a )-"Oh, Willie, are you al'1'an. _
ir, and "Mum" had reproached and myself," she said to the sleepy asked for starting. Tho motor Is of opener and other tools. The laddersare fc. rge corporations almost entirely gel? Willie-"Not if It's anything ,
four-cylinder 35-40-horscpowor: carried on leather-covered brack- closed in his face The nearer he Is -
given him. That Deft: to herself It Punch.Brlggs '
was the usual maid awaiting her upstairs. -
variety, with magnetto and ets on the sides and the other tools to twenty-one the better his chances. _
utlne, and everything seemed "Mum" sat down before the glass, could "I bear you've bean speoulatlng -, f
cells. are stowed away conveniently on the A visit to some of the great railway _
panged now. He had tried being her head aching, nor mind in a have ".
was and In box be- offices at the lower end of Manhattan In Wall Street. Qrlgss;
wagon has a seating capacity sides of the body a _
od-so good that nurse thought whirl. With an effort she collected her few "There was no speculating about it., ,
four men, two on the driver's: Beat tween .the rear side seats. Island showed remarkably men
R must be sickening for something herself and tried to think calmly the _____
at tho desks more than thirty years I was a dead sure thins
two on side seats In the rear, but With the new protective wagon
without, result; and then II\.. des- Somehow or other she had man- find "
their start. -Life.
had taken positions
eight men can be car the Boston Fire Department las old, and they ,'
Iratlon. ho had indulged In all the aged not to think much during these In ,a large box behind the seven pieces of horseless apparatus.The a decade or more ago. Here A pair of shoo may hurt like sin '
llschlet he could think: of, vainly last'few weeks, but now she wantedto seat are carried eighteen Automobile. Is a sample of the condition as shown For weeks, and then about (f u4A
Knglng to tha hopo tIlls mlsieda think, she must tace' facts boldly much where forty-Qve The time wo got thorn broken In fl' _
Would be brought to the for this the end of her back one large room y start to breaking out.' _
; no- to-night, was men were at work. Twentythreewere -t : Catholic I Stnndunl and Time
|:e of "Mum." old life, to-morrow would see the I SCENE ON THE NEW% FLORIDA RAILROAD. under twenty-five years of age Bacon-"That cow over there has-
KA11 of no Nurse to chide she 'Mum. ______
use. used dawn of a new one, and wondered twelve were between twenty-five and been chewing something -for threo

Ru herself, but It was In a very half- fearfully if the future would _._ ----'. -- -"- thirty, and of the other ten but four hours." Egbert-"Probably got hold,
farted way. More often she kissed bring all the h.applness) she expected -- Ar'V' were more than forty, and but one of a place of wife's rubber' plant.-.

|d petted him and called him her She would want sq much to take the gently A A of those had begun his work after Yonkers Statesman.
Boor lamb," which was ail very well place of all she was sacrificing for It. room, 1u ie : he thirty. _
frits WilY, but'nurse wasn't "Mum," Her husband, whose first thought had letter, : .? Similar was general conditions were "A man who loves his kind forgives
\A- his brother's slips." "A man who"loves _
pd It wee "Mum's" attention that ever been for her, her child-she found In the offices of all of the great "
doesn't have occasion
his kind
he Scrap" craved for; No one caught her breath and turned a sob voice, ; In em- I
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corporations. every
: : utility to. He puts ashes on his ))av ment.Baltlmol'e _
uld take her place; it had been soI.orent Into a gasp and hurried on-her lux- ployment there Is a demand for the

before daddy vent away. urious home, everything, was it won't \ \ A : nctlvo mind of youth, capable of American.

They had always come to say goodht worth it? But, of course, had she "If quickly learning, and without the bias Bill-"It is said that Alexander the ______
to their little boy then, and not given her word? And, after said I of former training and habits to' be Great, when on a campaign ate the

at a Joyous sight it was to see all) love was everything.With overcome.At rations of a common soldier," 'Jill- _

turn" all dressed up In. some beauul fingers all damp and tremb- hundreds of desks visited last "And did tho poor soldier cot nothing _

shiny stuff -with- lovely things ling she hurriedly unclasped tho week there was striking evidence of ?"-Youkcrs Statesman. _

Inkling In her hair and on her glittering Jewels-which '"The Scrap" this fact, and where men were seen "Why do you set your alarm clock? _

pk and arms, and she never seemed had beheld with wondering eyes, and .! whose hair showed the frost of years, You never get up when it rings'I"
[Rid of her finery being tumbled shrill screams of delight-and put \\ It was learned that they held their "No. But I have tho satisfaction of

\ the baby hands which clung BO them carefully into her jewel CaSO positions for a long time. When knowing I am sleeping late of my own 4

Ingly about her, and daddy had "Oh, Jim, Jim," she murmured, as Are these men do go/ younger blood takes free will, and not by accident"-.
ways looked so proud and happy she turned the key, "at least you shall their places. It i Is noticeable that Washington Star.

hat glorious times those had been, have back all you gave' me, all but years the employes of the various city departments "Your dead husband war a. 'good _

d what an awful day it was when your name, and you will take that, average more In years mon," declared the sympathetic Mrs. _
dy'went away. He-"The Scrap"granted too-in time, but not as It was. I recent :' than the large number In private em Casey to the bereaved widow. "He

so much to cry It seemcd can't give It to you unstained. Oh, books plo"ment.-New York Herald. won! exclaimed Mrs. Murphy, dashing -

cruel for daddy to have to go Jim! why did you marry me? Why ly, KEY VIADUCT, THIRTY-ONE FEET ABOVE HIGH TIDE, AND the tears from her eyes. "No two
ay. But daddy was n soldier, and did I let you? But I can't help It, 60s. LONG IN CROSSING WHICH TRAINSGO liolacemln cud handle him"Judgo.
I Country! : was in need of him, and, -I can't help It, it was all a mistake. a lot The Retrieving Dog.
OUT OF SIGHT OF LAND. Wise-"Oh, give us a rest for a _
{course, a soldier's first duty was so-called art of the animal _
-From Leslie's Weekly.Improved The while, won't you?" Dubloy-"Well, -
|obey his country's call howeverd training has crept Into practice as
every fellow has a right to his opinion -
it might bo to leave those dear AS IT STRIKETH THE the means of teaching dogs to re andVlse"Yes, but he
I him, and "The Scrap" had blinkedrd Clothes Rack Foot-Wnrmer. trieve. That would appear a_crying can't be made to realize that there '

to keep back the tears when By H. J. ) clothes rack entirely new In con- A Now Jersey man has designed shame, for all puppies, when taken be a wrong to It."-Philadelphia
I'" said good-by, because he would of mortals has been designed by an 1 the foot-warmer shown in the Illus In hand, delight in taking hold of an Press.may
J a'soldler, and wear a medal, too, :1. The most credulous man and patented. As shown In I tration. It consists of an oil lantern old rag, ball, slipper or furry skin,
pie day, and daddy had told him to his own 2. At greatness.sunset our shadows read the accompanying illustration It can such as that of a rabbit. Play with "Do" you think my cage is bad, doctor '
? naked 1 the nervous patient.
brave and. take care of mummy at.death than at birth. [ expanded when In service ,s''d'N" tho puppy, using any of these things, the enthusiastic
(itll he came back, and mummy used 3. A wise man knowoth discretion folded up Into compact form and he will bo glad, and even proud, "Bad? exclaimed It's beautiful -
ijcry a lot at first, so it took "The Is his also. not In use It Is adapted to be to run after it, when it is thrown a young physician. "Why,
Tap" ijl\ his time to carry out hisddy's 4. It Is not so very different to pro.( ; against a wall or other support r\ fl(1((1 yard or so, when he Is in the height sir; beautiful. There are" no lesa
that Is not the same thing ns proving libu'r than a dozen complications. -Philadelphia -
charge, and comfort her.But suitable elevation. The racks / of his excitement. It Is as naturalfor
5. Whenever offers to let Record.
( that nil seemed such along safe rule to a take man the elevator for In the form of the well known a dog to take things In his mouth,
a pretty
ae ago. There was no need for 6.. If you snore the pleasure Is all tongs which are supported on a as It Is for a child to grasp with Its Sirs. Illghmus-"I suppose at sometime
in to comfort mummy now, for she 7. Happiness is a by-product of When the rack Is opened hand. That Is the way to teach a in your life you struggled with

ver cried, and site went about tolls 8. There Isn't any such thing as dog to retrieve, for a dog that is I' Nlbelunglled?" Mrs. Oaswell-"O
and parties just the same as world unless you're a tramp, and then 1'I made to accomplish anything because yes; I had an awful siege of that in

,1', the only difference being that 9. There's. nothing comes without -- of a fear of some punishment Is no '03. I had to take all kinds of nasty
forgot to come and say goodht after you've called you've genorally got -- longer tile servant of a h A mane mas medicines before I got it out of my
10. When a man hasn't anything ;
to "The Scrap" when he was not to it. ter. As an animal does not perform system. -Chicago Tribune.
Jgly tucked up in his little cot. Of 11.say A good conscience Is a --- j acrobatic exercises of his own free There wag a man in AtcliinonVhoso '

Brae, she forgot! / ; she could not 12. Yesterday's savings are >II will and desire, so the forced retriever \ trousers had rough patchiaon. ,
lie found them
I suck a thing willfully. "The --s'' Is a creature to be pitied. The He'd often stutc.To great
ap" never for a moment doubted fix- \ : severe method of making a dog carry scratch his parlor> matcliignn.

t:, only ho did 'so wish she would might go, and I'll take only what the anything is to pinch his ear with the LippincoOt's' Magazine. t
|, and remember again; It was such was mine beforebeforeShe -" hand -I nails of the first linger and thumb. They paused before a Madonna of

ary work lying awake hour after changed the shimmering gown fall! ( This makes the dog open his mouth, the golden age of painting. "Hum!

pr' hoping desperately to hear the for a loose robe, and sat down to \114Wi and what he Is to carry-generally Loaned by Smith," said he, consulting .

swish of her dress against ther write; for a long time she sat there and ; : : a corn cob Is used because of Its the catalogue. "Smith has a catholic ,

) of his little room; as ho used with the paper before her, thinking; me "I11illht : softness and lightness-is placed In I taste." "It would seem so," said she
n tha old days which seemed so then with a sudden effort she dipped attached to a base. The foot-warmer the mouth. And so goes on the treatment "And ye( his people have been Presbyterians -

so very far away now the pen- In the ink, and wrote fever- proper l Is a copper or metallic heat that must be distasteful to the for generations"-Puck."It .

Iff only daddy would come back ishly, hardly pausing for a second 1 like Induction plate, which extends over breaker as It Is to the dog whose Groucher ever comes around

naps everything would be allt When she had written a page she have t he: flame of the lamp side., projecting When the onto heart and spirit are broken As the yov.iilaca" borrowing anything," said ,

again but "The Scrap" heard stopped, and throwing down the pen, ladles >f : the base on each the heat of the centenarian said: "The old way's Wit. tl') rt let him have it."

ue rumors of skirmishes, and hisy rose and walked rapidly up and down u lantern l Is In In use contact with the plate the best way after all," and certainlythat "You va spoken too late," said

| mind managed to grasp the fact the room. ably lame comes It and Is conducted to declaration Is the better so far Huskle; "he was around yesterday."
!t:, daddy would not be home for a I "I'm suffocating In here, I must age" directly over the foot- as teaching dogs to retrieve.-Recre. "You're easy. What was lie borrowing .
of the outside of the lantern to
upp' r bars aro In p-dvnnce the;
time He's In the hospital
yet. have air, she gasped, pressing her ( This foot-warmer can bo atlon. ? "Trouble.
bars, so that extra supports are warmers
Jutwhy should "Mum" change? 'hand to her throbbing'head. hoped set into carriages or other to-day."-PUilauolphla Press.
for thedr3'Incr of the clothes. readily
his brain
r puzzled three-year-old sweet
She turned from the dressing-
Washington to Animals in Oermnny.
Star vehicles.- Cruelty
to 1 this In valnrwhy: was It "Mum"er room to her bedroom 'which openedout will Britain and Germany.The .

told nurse to bring him down of Itl and crossing to the window we -- -- ---- Owing to the action of the newly German population Is increasing ..

see her as she used' to? It was opened it wide. '- A NOTABLE NEW MUSEUM IIN NEW YORK. formed Berlin Society for the Prevention by 000,'>00 n year; the British by
i that she.-did not care BO much, The cool nlght-alr fanned her not- of Cruelty to Animals the 300-J'; oar own by more than

\loyal heart stoutly rejected such cheeks, and gradually the unnatural, our Prussian Minister of the Interior has 2,00Vr"( .

eposterous idea. 'If ho ventured excited feeling left her. She.looked como issued a decree ordering all police There nre $4,000,000,000 In Derma

ask nurse why he was not taken at the dark, peaceful-looking sky, night ; officials In largo and medium sized .1 savings banks and 1.000,000-

irn to the drawing-room as in the with the tiny stars twinkling In It, have "' towns to undergo a special course of 000 In British savings banks.
[days, her only reply was to take and as she looked something moved -I J 'M' >>, I-fCPSSWMt""S\ -, -, ;, ; Instruction in mattei's affecting the German's great new battleships of .
on her lap and kiss him, and well being of nnlmala.
In the room behind her. A & the Dreadnought:: ; type cannot safely, .
,, him not to worry himself. Butt -She turned round, and uttered a In : In those parishes where It Is found pass from the North Sea to the Bal

[ was no use, itwas a. kiss from low cry of surprise. A smal form not impossible to give each official individual tie She Is enlarging the Kiel Canalto

jim". he wanted, not nurse and was sitting 'up in the bed; ((With, a books instruction the attention of pass 20,000-ton ships. Great Britain .

ever-preaent\ question in the curious tight feeling about horUhroat\ % A, A,,., .,- the authorities 1 U drawn to the pro feels that she must build two
I .. fl i T J4 t the Berlin Police -
d's mind was, how to make sho approached It.; the cedure laid down by Dreadnoughts to Germany's one. This _
Ijm". remember him again 'The Scrap" regarded her with the President, who has caused a means extremely heavy taxation.

omettmes from the nursery win- half-sleepy, half-frightened '{''yes. and ; special list of rules to be drawn up Germany has made great strides in ,

1 he would catch a glimpse of here "Please. 'Mum,' don't bo angry,", said same for the guidance of policemen. satisfying: the workingman by atten-
swept Into the carriage walt- \ Preceding the rules Is the following insist
the small voice pleadingly., tion to old-age Insurance, by _
5 to take her to garden parties or "Mum" sat on the bed, and took the general observation: "Self-evi ence upon safe machinery In facto-

jters, but she never looked up to one of the little hands in hers.. lows dent cruelty ta animals must be energeticallY rles, by humane provisions for pensioning -

b her, hand to the little face "How did you get her, Mannie?" combated by officials. They the victims of industrial accidents '

ksed so eagerly against-the win- she asked gently, of It must not wait until their Interven- and tho like. Great Britain, 7"

I; aha never saw the loving kisseswn "I corned myself," replied "The lected tion Is requested by the general pub- like the United Stated, Is at the beginning

| to her,. and no one but "The Scrap" proudly. are" lic." of this great task.

|P** knew what'an effort it was "JTes, but-why-whY are yoU not Mrs. I The list comprises seven main The Polish problem'is not an Imperial

eep back: the tears which strUgso In :your own -bed and aSleep"I ;;"- parts, of which those concerning one to Germany; it'concerns' _
hard to escape from the big was only I heard the carriage John ]! HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA'S BUILDING; IN WHICH WILL draught animals (excluding dogs) only the kingdom of Prussia. The __ __

.eyas when'the carriage illaapied. come, and It woked me. up, and ( I BE DISPLAYED A COLLECTION ILLUSTRATING SPANISHAMERICAN are most comprehensibly treated, and Irish problem In Great Britain.. Is an
HISTORY. cited in which the
from ten examples are
nurse was asleep, so I waited to see ; Imperial one.Germany .
-Joseph New Jersey, in Loslfo'a Weekly. would
Johnson, Intervention of the police seem
8 8 S !8 Sh It you would come to me, and then terly i Berliner has few colonies to embarrass ,,
when you didn't thought I'd come and particularly her In war or In peace. Great i iI
| but "The Scrap" was not the I Ing the body of the frame Is slightly
Self-Weighing Wagon. Tageblatt.
one who Buffered. "Mum" bad to yo'u, explained the child. different There are levers for the Britain's greatest colony (India) la,
forgotten) she was only trying "But why-tonightYou_ have ; coal man of thepresent tells of taking the weight of the stirring with revolt. It Is beginning '
come before, why did you come that he Is giving you 2240 pounds purpose demand self-rule as a matter ,of
never 'to
Cars.A .
orgit.; If only daddy, had not l'r"! !_ t t':: body from the frame of the wagon Pmsslim Dining
?" ; ?? the ton, but the duslcy diamond candid Englishmen'cannot
to-night .ajb principle, which .
obliged to go,. She was so happy and throwing It on the weighing new type of dining car about to '
did not 'Cause it's such a long time since of the near future will drive deny. They can ,only deny' t _, _
|>rebut now-now she lovers The weighing boam Is contained be Introduced by the Prussian rail- '
v',; herself she never dared 'to you'came to me, andtl wan ted. you wagon up to your door and call inn small-box housing under way authorities) on their main lines that India Is fit for. "self-rule now" ..-" ii. .;'t
d so much, and I bored it and bored it ters out to see for yourself A patent New York World. }f
bard to pute ,
: back. she tried > the wagon. will, it is thought, add greatly to the ", ,I
| the memory of the quiet, grayed as long as I could, and the tears hurtso the' granted recently for a combina When it Is desired to show tho comfort of passengers. Among other ., (,}.'- ',
can't'thlnk how hardit ot the platform'scales and the
'Mum'-you Chores.
soldier who had, gon ,-to obey weight of the contents of the wagonit Improvements an attempt will be Doing "; _
{call ot duty but even when, with '' la not'to cry them-so at last' I ask is only to throw the lever over and made to prevent dust and soot from To dig one's own potatoes, to".hOcJi: ;; j'f"' ': '

sperate effort, she lost k eight .offj had to come.. I had to, 'Mum; "I' "But : \ open the box above ''referred to when penetrating into the carriages. Ar- one'a own corn' to pick one's owna-"Jji, ::1'

fj", :aha could not quite put away wanted you: to 'member me again.. We the weighing, OJl8 'atloll may be con- tistlo pictures of' German castles are plea, to pile one's own'' siuaahOB< at: ,r ?;> ', ,".; _

remembrance of a pair of Igno-! "Have you wanted roe, so 'much. we ducted In the same manner as when to take the place of the usual'tin- i one's own barn It is, JlkCfllllng iU-, _____
Into dear?" said "Mum with a sob.. ister of the familiar platform with an antUWln beforo-: ;; ;;tl'
blue'eyes ;;looklnc happily making use plate advertisements. Electric bells, one's system _______
s, {whilea: .soft, chubby )hand "Oh, ever so much-oh, don't cry, It IIIWeIgbing cales.-Philadelphia Record. greater room for each individual passenger going into'a fever-plag 4d< ', COUlltry./; J, ,_ _
keel'l1el' 'face, and the words, 'Mum,.* don'U;, you haven't done that to and sumptuous upholstery are One Immune, to wlnier'. ,after*this. A', ,
umrcy'. my' mum!'''' rangunceauly.in Since $ust after daddy went, away, ; also 'contemplated.-Berliner Tage.- provided''he ".taYII to J'**: [ the ears which, would;fain and he said I was to take care of you. who Counting Their Chickens,.,Etc blatt. In his own'-wand.' nze'J : One,worV: ',. ,".
been deaf to them, Oh-'Mum'. dear; do come to bed. and A good many people are so sure of himself intfiHJI' with all his> -dlg; } ;:';};

Oen". 1'mum'i'she wag fatallY snuggle close to' me,'and let's, go to him ,' happiness in heaven that they do ,, gina andripresiSa'and piling that lasts ':j _

ti ;and deplorably weak. When sleep together, Myt .:Won't nue was : Beam ,on the Wagon., Jhlnga In this life that.arouse consld- Davy T Jones' Lock!'.".4
,. (*tempter, cro sed.'her path and her in a rage In the morning said g14ediubt- about' their ,getting Jones la: a corruption ttlJ'otrlh. tilt 'along with this harvest:glow ; cum.. ;
I 'the cu'li 'oZflatterytO.heriiPe.) 'Tha ;Scrap','* hi*; eyes "shining{;WIth town' ,' maans.'Jot, .wblclultf IIIto.tel f1 Yl IJ.- .al,. t.prophet,' who was t brown Into the eay I teallng'1 over him. the!: afte..barvet'

-turned away .and tried not 'totttrledWltball delight at th..thought of nurse's dls- he : ;: ? : ta.'gl.nc. .tba i ,' -.. Locker la tba aaUoPi-word'tot nfl'veeepi.t peace..," ;it tll''theserenityet'/; hzdf.'. -

; her strength com ture'when''. '- eke discovered' his .b.eoncg. write : ot' the"c ua&t-' otbe'- ,, ,!. "r''The)' :: ,Last Dey.'\: .. '",i''t: :;: i ;f oTf i private' stores:' "tta. summer the mood, o{ tbe; att'-

10 faithful'cud true; but' her powe J'Wou,' :: ci :-1'n' ,:. t.it' ,- ,: "'1t'; tox ;/ ; : ,; ','elghtn'wego 4- juiiE *much "'.Zfr h 'udgo_lIfe\ by dlarte*: : oth.1 "'h.'phrale.m.an., ;."H la gone '; eslstuce was ,feeble, and: gvadu.she .yo1mis5Mym.'ver I&Ll,4ecr aafa.. keeping where' jqilt&i the:fields al11L
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,_ fM4N. .iN.N+. JU... LOCAL .' April-moohltRht eights, Have ybti trli-d the FI181e811! Cookefsi'1 MS4tlni+, 6f Library beparirnent Ckojfti fall-blooded Wh't5ni! {tJ jarred"

RV W.' Brill has just received a good lot bf 3'. F! Allen! \ &Co. faavS> them. of the Wtiman'j.CIdtk:; Plymouth Rook Turkey and Dock fcggtf ,

DR f K A'S hew Hosiery The spring term ot the Volusla Conn' for sale. J. E. AW NbJtR.
The of the
Literary Department
W878} Store 190 "III! MtrOKTAHT NEWS ITEMS OK "McBrlde. Market for fine cute of ty Circuit Conrt convenes Tuesday. Woman' Club met at M..... 0. B. Pax- The Stetson baseball team went to

Department THE PAST WEEK. meats. Phone 8. Strawberries are now down to 18 1' ton's Tuesday afternoon, April 7. The Gainesville yesterday, and today and to

t t A number more of fine homes will go cents per quart in the DeLand market. subject was "Wblttier and His poems." morrow will cross bate with the University v

I Local ana ......ap Item for tb. fcopU's up at DeLand this summer The many pretty lawnaaoout DeLand M,. Forkum gave a very Interesting ot Florida team, F
!, Best thing In the are patting on the summer drees. account of Mr. Whittier when
7- __ .....- Brl.l M.ntlon or Wmetma a. mosquito canopies- green meeting Lost.A i
" ... ,'Perfection", at J, F Allen & CD'S The winter visitors have departed in a schoolgirl and Mrs Hart read "The
fI by: OUT artporter.Wade
white flannel embroidered shawl
The large numbers during the two Barefoot Boy;" Miss Pattis, "M, Playmate ,
' -- candidates are certainly gettingIn past between the residences of Dr. W. 8.
!QNE HUNDRED FIFTY the Inner Orlando. work these days for the county weeks. ;;" Mrs. Sheddan, "The Light That Taylor and A. II. WoodalL Finder

offices New and attractive line of Easter l* Felt," and Mra. Roseborongh, "My will please leave at the Post Office or ''t

Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Dreka & Co. are displaying a very neckwear for men Dreka's Depart- Psalm." They were all read with fine store of A. H. WoodalL
i' Summer Suits for Men to Brill Belling Carlos at specially low ment Store. expression and much enjoyed by the ;
attractive line of !goods for the Easter I
prices. trade. ladles present, each of whom gave a The Marsh Market.

50' be disposed of at a great 150 I. Mr. S. }t, Morse was an Orange Cityvisitor Mr. O. II. Curtis the Bluffton orange porches.Keep tbs"Vndor"glaring shades sun at from J. F. Allen your quotation from Whittier. If yon want tbe choicest cuts Heats i

.;. Tuesday. grower was at the county seat the first & Co's will do it. Tuesday was also little Miss Ruth eave yonr order with as The best of '
Parlous second and Beef. Matron and Pork) Roasts and
birthday, after the (
of Easter Cards and Easter of the
: Lola Novelties week. Judge Stewart la expected home today meeting she was brought In and Intro- 3hops. Sausages, Hamburg Steak,
\ at Brill'e.DeLand The date of the municipal election Is from a month's stay on professional noed fresh and salted Hams,Breakfast Bacon,
to the ladiea.
She had birthday
.;. $7.50 Suits Now $4.98 merchants are doing ajgood near at hand, and no candidates have aa business Georgia.. cake with two candles upon a it.- etc delivery.Courteous attention and -prompt s)'

spring business yet announced Tbe Guild of St Barnabas. will meet Refreshments were served, and after Marsh Bros.

8.00 Suits Now 6.00 Easter Cardo, Booklets and Noveltiesat Meadames F. M. Rust and G. Wash. with Mrs. W S. Taylor Monday after. that a favor was giv 'n to esoh guest

the Stndlo Shop. Floyd were In town spending Tuesday nooo next at 8 o'clock. All seemed to enjoy the meeting.
i 10.00 Suits Now 7.98 Mrs. T. J. Arnold returned this week from Orange City. Mrs Judge Stewart, who has been ;v '

to the Virginia borne. We wish to call yonr attention to our confined at her home for. month from VALUE OF STETSON ESTATE. OSTEOPATH

"i 12.00 Suits .Now 8.75 Senator Lewis C. Massey, of Orlando, attractive line of Easter Millinery Dee.ka' Illness, Is able to be up and about. Unilut AMKBIVAN: M'IIOOL Or OSTiePATBfKlrkitllle t"
Department Store.Mrs. Income for Year Is "' Ho.K .
was at DeLnnd Wednesday. County Superintendent of Roads $503,6T4Trustees -
13.50 Suits Now 9.48 New York &"8. Oppo.'" Cell) trm.
G. Dreka is the Frank O **
A spending Sparkman was at DeLand Continued.
You will find the biggest bargains In are
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m, 3 to 5 p.
I L 15.00 Suits Now 11.25 souvenirs at Bateson's Carlo week at Fort Lauderdale, visiting her from the coast the first of the week. The principal of the John H. Stetson m., or by appointment, TeL: 200. ;'.

There Is a mighty bloom on all tbe parenta, Mr. and Mrs P. N. Bryan Contractor. George Ackroyd is finishing estate is valued at 471,885., as noted .

-- -. .. -.. orange trees of Volnaia county. Lee Morris, one of the candidates for him up a nice home on his lot on by Judge Solly in adjudication. J.
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,...., Prompt attention given your orders at eherlff.ia out over the county in the sad Clara Ave. south of New York Ave Howell Commlngi. and George A, Blazer .

McBrlde's. Market." Phone 8. dIe, meeting the democratic voters. Mr E. D. McLeod, the popular City executors, will continue as trusteesfor ;

ONE HUNDRED FIFTY !IA The city council holds its regular Miss Awilda Spaalding::! returned the Clerk for several years, will be a candidate another year.

latter part of the weAk from Orlando, for re-election at the coming city The widow received $149,853 and each
monthly session next Monday night.
where she was the guest of Miss Susie election. or the three children $77,063. It is not'' 1--
Mr. and Mrs. Lockard leave on tbe Baas. :Mr and Mrs. Gomersall, who hay I ed that 8,882 share. of common and preferred ,;4'rr
Ladies' Wash Skirts at a 15th for the summer home at Trenton stock in the John R. Stetson r'n_
had rooms atf Mra Smock's the
Manager and Mrs. John G. Holland during
N. J. 1'fl
O 150 of The College Arms left the first of the winter, leave Monday for tbe Camden, are valued at fii.869.2M.Tb'C.: .; I;; I
Try oar home made bologna and pure N. J, home Arms hotel and the DeLand Electric '' n
week for the North. All of the help .
u SACRIFICE PRICE i farm Phone b.sausage, "McBride'a Market." left last week. :Mrs Mary Owen-Link and little Light & Power Ice Co., of DeLand. I' .7< {

daughter arrived from Tampa the latter Fla., are to be incorporated, if the court : .
Miss Lawrence left thA latter of
The Confederate part
veterans of Volatile
of the week visit with De- approver-Philadelphia Bulletin.
k kX1,25 part on a
the week for her :Northern home. She
i held a regular business meeting here Land relatives. I -

Skirts Now $.98 Tuesday laat.Brill's departs soon with a party of friends to Miss Mary Stewart, upon her graduation Brill hoe Easter dblck postal card. 1f
s pass the summer In Europe that sq.nak. lOo each..
I \ Easter Candles are manufactured from the law department of Stetson I
: Skirts IU Now 1.19 ,
A hand-painted view of DeLeon Ham -
11:50 3S in accordance with the national will be connected with the law firm ,)\
2.00 Skirts 5 S Now 1.65 pare food lawilBrigham .mock, Blue Springs, on St Johns River of Stewart & Bly. Election Proclamation. ;; ci ,w: t1y .
makes beautiful Easter Yon
) 3 a gift.
,( and Hopkins straw bata for Some month ago some mischievous Proclamation l la hereby made that the w,.
: (12.50 Skirts j Now 1.98 men. Get one for Easter. Dreka's Department dio will Shop find POUIH exquisite ones at the Stu person or persons thre iron or some annual election of the city of DeLand "r

-1 a sS Store. I thing cine down the pipe from which will bn held at the council! rooms in said :'

I 'OO Skirts Now 2.48 Mr. and Mrs L. E. of Mrs. Wm. Kenyoi. and children, who. the celebrated< Dettrfoot mineral water, city on Tuesday, May 5, A. D. 1008, for .
UJ Causey Seville '
have been Mrs A. H. Woodall
. J- =3 ra several visiting on Lake Beresford, comes, and it the election of the following officers, to-
; .50 Skirts "> 2f Now 2.87 spent days at DeLand the fore- returned to Daytona the first of the week wit:
uj of the week. put the well out of business Mr. J, B. \
O. I- part They leave next week for their summer Taylor, the owner, baa bad the well Mayor, I
4.00 Skirts Q Now 3.37 Mr. B. B. Mlnshew, the hustler aud home on Long lalttad Three councilmen, '
man, Ira W Whitcomb, drive another
3:: capitalist from Pierson, was at the Hon. John C. Jones State
Attorneyfor Treasurer '
4:50: Skirts a:: Now 3.79 and larger one down within a foot of ..
county seat the first of the week. the Seventh Judicial Circuit, was at and City clerk, .
the old much
one a larger stream is I
FOR SALE-Combination Billiard and DeLand Tuesday on offlo.al business. One member uf the Board of Public
. I now had than from the old< one Mr.
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Taylor la very anxious to secure evidence
Will be sold cheap. I A SCARLETT. attendance upon the Spring Term of against the parties who destroyedthe The polls of said election will open at 1
and Groceries [
_ Fancy
Staple the Circuit Court
8 o'clock and
am., remain until 1l'
Drs. Love and Moteley attended the I old one We understand that thisexcellent
Captain. Patrick M. HigicinsV'the/ ; big sundown. ''
.. meeting of the Florida State Osteopath medicinal water will be put
.. Volusla Eo FORD BLY, Mayor. ,
io Ass'n in Jacksonville last Satur orange grower of Lauding, wan tbe market In
on soon great quantities
Grain Box Material
Hay',, Orange Wraps I at the county seat Tuesday. Yon find I Many of the DeLand people have used Dated at DeLand, Fla, this April 10, Copyright 1908 by

day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. F. Lutz, who have few more genial fellows than Pat Big- it with excellent results. 1908. o Hart Schaffner & Muz 1
gins who a charming -.-----
owns very
been spending winters at DeLand,
many the shell banks of the St. Johns. Palm Sunday Vespers.A If You're Waiting :
G. A. DREKA & CO.Phone 11"i left last week for the Wabasb, Ind., .
home. Judge and Mrs. :McCrory returned special vesper service has been

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Redman who Saturday from St. Augustine, where planned for Palm Sunday, which Is J. R Moseley graduate of the for a special invitation 1
Klrksvllle School of
.......... . tt v v t MM M t t T TMMM ,it . t have coon at Miss Unnn's for tbe WIn' they attended tbe Ponce DeLeon cele next Sunday, April 12. Tbe platformwill the founder of the Osteopathy Science. under to come and see our
ter returned this week to tbe Rochester, bratlon. They say the event was a be beautifully decorated. A special
Office The first floor of here it
N. Y., home. great success and immense crowds were chorus will sing the Palms. A special the Carrollton new clothes
Hotel G. A. Dreka Co's
over &
Mr. B. F. Chapman baa Bold> to Mr. there, and a delightful time was had. address< will\ be delivered by President dry (;oods store.Hour.0 is. We're "at home"

Z. T. Plelbv the brick store, at present s Mr. Lewis L. Robinson ot Seville, Hnlley appropriate to Palm Sunday. to 12::30 and 1:30: to 5, or by business
occupied by ir. John Reeve. Con was here the first of the week securinga This is the last vesper address of tbe appointment. Phone 188.: any ;

HINTS TO THE AFFLICTED sideration 81,800.If marriage licmfte! from County Judge year. There will be no address on and we'll show you
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plenty of rain does not come soon McCrory. On Wednesday he was Easter Sunday follwing, but there will Hart Schaffner &

t A few are Ruptured and are not wearing a truss, the young fruit on the orange trees will united in marriage to Miss Eva Qer be a special musical vesper for that day. Marx clothes. '4 A
The next two vespers are the last of the
begin falling. Those who can irrigate trade Parker, a charming young ladyof
and a few are making the old truss do, even thoughit will save a toll crop. Daytona. They will reside at Seville. year. Let everybody attend. SHORT DRAWERS

is not quite satisfactory. Hernia is too serious a I -
The Putnam Inn will remain open all The Hayward Agency sold to B. F. WASH TIES

t matter to be neglected; sickness and suffering come summer. It has done the beet winter Chapman; tbla week the three valuable STETSON UNIVERSITY. THIN SOCKSWALKOVER J":,

w r4 fast enough with the best of care; a truss should be business. for years, and has some fortyor lots on New York avenue, corner of Stetson University Is for boys and

'; worn as soon as the hernia Is known to exist, but fifty winter guests yet. Adelle. These lots were a part of the girl, for young men and yonng women. OXFORDS ,:41
Hon. W 8. Thayer, Chairman of the 20 acre belonging to Mr. Stetson Is for all denominations It baa yif
r don't select one as you would any other kind of orange grove *1 FOUNTAIN'S
County Democratic Executive Committee Wm. Best. Mr Chapman paid $1,800: a healthful location at DeLand, Fla, It
merchandise. .
was at DeLand from Enterprise for them. They were the property of baa separate dormitories for boys and
Tuesday on committee business. Mrs. F. P. Com props t. girls There are 48 teachers of all denominations
need the
If you need a truss, you best, with the 4"U
The St. Johns Presbytery will meet JVir.] Ralph Hargreavea returned to Stetson is endowed. It WAKE UP!
best advice with the best fit. Theseare at Orlando next week. Pastor B. B.
together Pennsylvania. the first of the week, baa a large library. reading rooms a
Knapp and Elder J. W. Smock will at after a short visit with his sister and gymnasium a large campus, an enclosed AM
three Important facts to '
you. tend aa delegates from the church here. brother, Ms. Capt Wood and Mr. D. athletic field, new buildings, In and n and
We while others
County Commissioner W. H. Mo- B. Hargreavea. The sister Mrs. W. A. steam heated, with electric lights and 1/61.3110 are sleeping
'. We have a Truss Department. We guarantee Bride and School Commissioner A. B. Alexander and Mr. Alexander who electric bells Stetson had this year around in a

satisfaction or refund your money Prevatt came in from Seville Mondayto have been at DeLand. several months, over 500 students of all denominations, few months hence you celerybusiness.:

attend the April session of their also returned North the first of the They came from all over Florida: Stet be glad.
VE FIT YOU FREE AT "THE BUSY CORNER"I Boards.Mr. week. son is primarily for Florida boys and may Young men who are working

Wm. Hutchinson, who left here a The Stetson Glee Club returned Sunday girls. At Stetson they can study Eng Surely, DeLand is pros- for $50 or $75 per month .,Ji

lad twelve years ago, now residing in last from a successful tour through llsh, Latin, Greek German, French, might as well be making

alien's 1 2>rug StoreNext New York, arrived yesterday to visit South Florida. Tbev had fine audiences iiiathematlcK, chemistry, physics, mechanic perous. $2,000 or $3,000 per year

bill par'nts. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hatchinarm at all places where they gave concerts arts, history, philosophy, peda- We have a list of prop- with less effort. i';

Kissimuiee, Lakeland< Bartow, Plant gogy, elocution, political economy,
to the Postoffice DeLand, Florida. A delegation was here this week from City, St. Petersburg, Bradentown< and physical culture, art music, the Bible, erties such as houses, lots, Land to be used next season ;,

Daytona before the county School other places, and report that they were law, biology, and other subject:: You orange groves, peach orchards should be cleared this spring.w

Board in the interest of erecting a fine very royally treated by the citizens at do not have to go out of Florida to geta etc. that We have some choice tracts f!;:
high school building at that place, to all these places. first class education in music I elocn you

-- cost about $15,000. They are so crowded with teachers tlon, law, teaching, college work or should see. which we are offering at '

- Mr. I. J. Wells, of the old residents technology: Stetson wan affiliated with $25 Per Acre
. one taking the Teacher's Review Course up '
: + )eOJoeOJOJaOJCf.ce: (IIJOIOIJOIJI CK :ICPressing! GiCB7XBGC Call and get a Bulletin.
of Volasla county, now living on at Stetson that Principal Keith of tbe the College of Liberal Arts of the University

[DeLand Club the coast, spent the first of the week at DeLand High School has been engagedto of Chicago in 1807. The standards and upward------

DeLand, tbe guest of his brother.law help out, conducting a class at 7.13: for admission and graduation in E. H. HAYWARDReal Drop in and see us about it. ;trhia
County Treasurer Vinzant. the two are 1 Identical '
every morning before his school opens.' Estate and Fire Insurance. '
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75 North Woodland Boulevard Father Bresnahan will conduct Catholic The Normal Department at Stetson i is

t t, (Over Kruse's Bicycle Shop) services in the Lake Helen libraryon great. Public school teachers from all A FRIGHTFUL RUNA WA Y. No. 37 DeLandS. Gould Brothers j jr

l tI Snnday.April 12th Mass at 10 a. m. over the state are there taking tbe Mrs. F W Bredow and Miss Sinclairof Boulevard Fla. ,

Afternoon services at 8:80, Evening Teachers' Review Spring Course. Glenwood, came near being very

Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Neatly services 730.: Interesting lectures at There will be a meeting of seriously injured on the streets of Demand ....
all the services. prospective ;;:: ::. -: u. ..---... -::- :::::::::;:;;;;;;;
.3 Done and WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. celery growers in Gould Bra,'. office last Friday atternoon Aa they ,
Mayor Bly, who has served very efficiently Wednesday night the object being to came into town from Glenwood the

for several years aa the city's horse they were driving became anmanageblf ,
take steps toward the organization of a EASTER GREETING a aI
chief executive will be candidate
a for on New York Ave. beyond A
stock to in the businessof
company engage
' Give Our Special Attention to Cleaning and
; re-election at the mass meeting to be truck farming This IS an industrythat the Putnam He was going at a breakneck :

;\,ljf Pressing Ladles' Skirts and Coats. held by the citizens: to name the cityofficers la destined to play. an Importantpart speed< as the Boulevard was And everything on the

for the ensuing year.County in the future development of our reached. As the turn Will made on the : sprout. Same way with us
, Commissioners E. L Potter IBonlevard north the buggy struck one :
city There is going to be a large acre- -our
a and Thomas J. Murray and School age in celery another season, in and of tbe iron poet supporting the awning r
JSJJX383 J. F. McCORKLE Propr. 8 Commissioner George F. Crouch were around DeLind. at the Davie dry goods store Mrs. : CROCERIES

iujti,) ii,:n (nQQVQfp3&ery: : 90OBC8Ceeri1 at the county seat from tbe coast tbe Mr John G. Dyall, for many years a Bredow WaR thrown violently againstthis : 4 will please you and a very
-, first of the week to attend the regular resident of Volunia oonnty, wna at De- post, falling to the sidewalk on- : 7 '
short tale at the end of it
monthly sessions of their Board. .. ,
conscious, with ugly gashes cut on tbe
Land from Oak Hill Monday As will
!i ,
J, A. Erickson & Co are carrying a be seen from our announcement column head from which blood ran profusely ) all-the price we'll ask.: ,,

large stock of pianos organs, and musical Mr. Dyall is a candidate for Count I Miss Sinclair held on until the buggy i Come in. Every hare in I 9

, instrument of all kinds. And as to Commissioner! for District No. B, composing I passed In front of the postofflce, when '1.-.1.. place and ready to serve
sewing machines you can select tbe the towns of New Smyrna, Oak I she was thrown ont violently en the ) you. I

9lobWjiicke very best made The,firm baa an announcement Hill Hawkn Park, Glencoe Coronado' pavement sustaining several bruises, .

elsewhere in these columns and Port Orange, and if nominated and I but she hurried back to where Mr*. I.. WE wish to call your attention to our Coffees and Teas.

, "Elastic" Bookcase I A special meeting of the St. Johns elected he promises to ever guard the i Bredow was. thrown ont, who had been : The "Harrington Hall," steel-cut, is the best Mocha'
River Fruit-Growers' Ass'n will be held Interest of the tax payera of all the taken to Dr. Mnnson'a office where she .
and Desk eoroblnod.. la the court house next Monday afternoon county while a member of the Board. regained consciousness, her wounds i and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents, and is very popular. Fort '

Permits at much or ai little at 8.80: o'clock. Every member of Mr. J. M. Charier, who baa been a dressed, and where she remained until i, i the best 25c Coffee in the city, nothing compares with:oar' ,
f towards Her wounds not
the association night were
should be
book '
aa present as
space school teacher for 25 years, for a number
Comprises Desk wantweith there will\ be matters coming np for con of teaching In this county, very serious, but the fall was a severe I i] "Niagara;" once used, always used. A full line of Tetley'a'. .
few or many Book Units as sideration that all should be interested In. yean shock to her system and she suffered
desired. Roomy, convenient t now teaching at Oak Hill enters the! t and White Rose Teas in packages; and bulk. .. : .
considerable pain. Mr. H. A. Wright w
County Commissioner Rnfna D. .
Call and
,attractive. see race this week for County Superintendent
It ".W1"*"*,*' f\P, .."t tf 1. Brooke was here from the couth end the of Schools, bis card appearing in came In from Glenwood and took the I Asking for a trial, we areYours t

J. F. ALLEN & co. first of the' week attending; the Aprilsession The Record's announcement column.Mr. ladles home that evening: It la a wonder fi
of his Board. Mr. Brooks who both had not been killed or very respectfully, : i
AGIIN Chaffer is a very successful teacher
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and seriously wounded, for it was a frUhtfnl : '
very faithfully efficiently I
and for years has taken great InterestIn :'
FLA. Phone 79K1
DBa.AHQ. on the Board for a number of term., school matters. He would discharge ) rnn-a-way. The horse left the buggy H. WOODALL ,
will b* a candidate before the coming in front of the bank a complete'wreck, Z'A.' .
the da tie*of the office with satisfactionto 14tf
d In The Just a moment alter Miss Sinclair had .. .. .. ... "
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