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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 17, 1908
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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XXII DE LAND1 VOLUSIA 00.. FLA., FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1908. NUMBER 30

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GEORGE WASHINGTON. CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC Candidate for .
rrrrrrr nrm County Commissioner, ;
PRIMARY. 300. 4.'t.1.. ..... ......... .. ........ ." ,

His Enormous Hand and Feet and III accordance with the call of the Candidate for Member County : .. __ .. '
His Wonderful Strength.la Democratic Executive Committee of School Board, $5.oo. r---------- w.f

u memoir wrlten by Duvld Aker- the State of Florida, made at a meeting : Candidate for Justice of the Peace, LEADING

Ion In 1811 In found this description: of said Committee held in the Cityof $1.00. I I :

Washington had a largo, thick Jacksonville Florida on the iitli Candidate for Constable, $1.00. ,
nose. I I
NOTICE OF
CANDIDACY. y
of the Democratic i i'
day: February 1908,
and It was very red that day. giving Each
person desiring to have his
Executive: Committee of Volusia County CANDIDATE
me the Impression Hint he was not so Florida at a meeting held in De- name printed on the primary election f j ::4

moderate In the use of liquors' as be Land, Florida on Tuesday, March 24th, ballots as a candidate for any county
[ to be. I found 1908. do make and issue the following office, and members of the legislature
i | for Infants and ..Children.matorla was supposed afterward ) hereby shell file with the chairman of this i
call for Democratic
Primary FOR
that thin wile a peculiarity. Ills none a committee, on or before the Jay
la ft :harmless substitute for Castor Pare- Election:: to-wit: 301
On to turn scarlet In of A.
wall cold wind. D.
apt a April lpo8, notice of hut I-
[ gone Drops and Soothing Syrups. It la ricaaant. It The said Primary Election will be
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo He was standing near a small campfire held at the legal polling places In each canchdacy and application to have his II'

wbHtauce. It destroys; Worms and allays :FcverlwlincHU. evidently lost in thought and election district in Volusia County, name so printed, accompanied with a IUNITED
of fixed
.It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves. Teeth.lag making no effort to keep vturui. H* during the hours fixed by law for urn money by the County I
Committee five
Troubles. and cures Constipation. It regulates the holding elections on Tuesday, the loth not exceeding per cent.
seemed six feet and a bolt In height, of- the annual of !
I stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural Mloep. day of May, 1908) for the nomination compensation the of- I '
| 'The! Children's. Panacea-Tile Alother'a. Vrlend.The was as erect as an Imllun and did not i.f all Democratic candidates for office, lice.CANVASS STATES i- I
OF .
for a moment relax from a military State and County, to be voted for by RETURNS.The

Kind You Have .Always. Bought attitude that seemed a vital part of tin Democratic electors at the general Democratic County Executive .
Committee of this will
election to be held November 3d, 1908 County at 2 i ;
t i Bears the Signature of the mUll.Wosblngton'lI. and to be appointed by the Democratic; o'clock p. m., May 22d, 1908) meet at SENATOR ,{ .f' I
v exact height wns six the county court house in DeLand, ,
I of the State between the
feet two Inches lu his boots. He was governor; 1'iorida, and publicly canvass the returns TT
dates of holding of the said primary
then a little lame from striking his and declare what candidates have
election and the time of the holding the
iuIn knee against a tree. Ills eye was so primary election in A. D., 1910.) been, nominated by majority vote for
; gray that It looked almost I white and SECOND PRIMARY. each county office, and in what such DUNCAN U.FLETCHER

Nf" held and such other business -
to transact
face. He had a piece of woolen tied when necessary under the provisionsof ,
., Use For Over .30 Years. around his throat and was quite bourse.Teibaps said laws, shall be held on Tuesday, as shall come before it. i
, '. .... ., .., ,, 'I W. S. Thayer, Chairman.
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v sc.v U. TO .0 -- the throat trouble from which the 16th day of June, A. D. 1908, to G. W. Fisher. Sec. Stands for These Principles:

bo finally died bad Its origin about choose between the highest candidates
where nominations shall not have been = Control of Inlentale Carrier by Interstate
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then.Washington's made by majority vote in the first District 'fI Commerce ComalMrtoa.F .
Registration Officers for
-{professionalltartls. v/ COUNTY ABSTRACT, boots were enormous. primary election and at such second ...or. Income Tax:
INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE They were No. 11. His bands were
primary election only such electors as Volusla County. Stand for Tariff Revision and Benefit i
-- : COMPANY. larger In proportion. nud be could not to .
-' were qualified to vote at the first Florida P......... and Fruit
\VIES W. PERKINS, buy a glove to fit him and bad to primary election shall be permitted to Precinct No.1, Enterprise, S. Grower. l'
Bert Fish, Cary D. Landis. have his gloves made to order. Ills vote. Thayer I Duty on Egyptian.
President Sec y and Treas. mouth was his strong feature tbe lips The Democratic (State) Committee No. 2, OranaeClty.-O. N. Dozier. Government Appropriation. foe Jt.rl>on. ],

7OBNEY and COUN3ELOR-AT- being nlwnys tightly compiessed. That railing said primary election in compliance No. a. Detand--I. R. Wetherell Inland Rivera and Waterwaya. r>

LAW, Titles Insured. day they were compressed so tightly with laws hereby declares the No. 4, DeLeon-Robert Jones. Op...... to Tn .<. aad all MonoaollM.Favera .
Abstracts furnished and titles
< < perfect. No. 5, Eldrldge< -S. E. Lemmon.No. .
beLand.: 2 Florida. ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Supplied as to be almost painful to look at. term and conditions on which legal 8, Seville-Satunel Flowers. = Carrener ReformTwo J
electors offering to become candidates i
('Practice In Courts State and Federal .Opposite Volusia County Bank. and At there that time was be no weighed surplus 200 Desh pounds about or to vote at such election shall be regarded No.. 7 8,, Ormoml Daytona-T.-O. M.E. Fitzgerald.No. Geiger.No. ; ........44........ .......... ...........se4.

and taken members
. BLAND: FLORIDA him. lIe was tremendously muscled as proper 9, Port Orange-T. J. Sparkman. -- -- -
of the Democratic and therefore
and tbe fame of bill great strength was party No. 10, New Smyrna-Leo Fisher. Kinds Democrats.
entitled to and be candi- At DeLand Churches.
iWART: & BLY everywhere. Ills large tent when participate No. 11, Oak Hill-W. L Clause.

:. CHOICE PEACH LAND wrapped up with tbe poles, was so dates as follows before: and vote at such elections, No. 12, Tomoko-M. C. Cone. [J. E. Alexander in Tlme -Unlon,]

JLA.TTORN EYS-AT-LA FOR SAL, ON IUSY TERMS heavy that It required two men, to QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDI No.. Id 14,, Glencoe-J Lake Helen-A D. Mitchell.No. R. Cooly.. Editor Tlme -Unlon:Your editoriala Presbyterian Church
place It In the Washing Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp, Pantor.
camp wagon. DATES.
No Clifton-G. Tedder. few issues back relative to and
IB W.
Bryan .
eln Bank Building, DELAND. $10.00 to $100.00 peR ACRE ton would lift It wltb one band an.lthrow Those, and only those persons, shall No. 16, Stetson-C. B. Galbraith.No. the delegation to the Denver convention Sunday of school at 9:43. Morning service

ich office over PoatolBc,DAYTONA It In the wagon ns easily as If Lc: permitted to become candidates be- 17, OH teen-J. A Blanvelt worship and sermon at 11

Bnt Peach Section In the State It were a pair of saddlebags. Ho could fore or to vote at or participate in the No. IS!!, Holly Hill-Wm. Wetherell, might suit the anti-Bryan Democrats, o'clock. _ _

S. A. BAKER. Seville, Fla. bold a musket In one band and shoot management of any primary election but no Bryan Democrat will ever endorse 'Methodist Episcopal Church Mouth.

r'D.' Landl Bert Fish with precision as easily ns other men held by the Democratic party in Florida SrNo.. 19, Pier.on-F. D. Harper.No. such a policy In my opinion, Sunday school every Sunday morningat
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Democratic electors
M LAND & FISH did with a pistol. His lungs were who are white 20, Sea Breeze-H. O. Wilson. there are only two kinds of Democrats 10... 01.1; preaching 11 a. in. ) Ep-
who declare their adherence to the '
W. C. CANNONS'Livery weak, his voice never strong. and of the In this campaign viz.i New York worth League: at 8.43 p. m ; preachingat

'ORNEYS. and COUNSELORS- lIe was at that time In the prime of principles Democratic party-National organizations State and Meeting: of Florida Fruit & Vege- World and Bryan Democrats. I am 7.80: p. m. Pra>ermeeting every

' ; AT-LAW, Feed and Sale Stables. life. Ills hair was a chestnut brown the laws, of the (glad to say that I belong to the Bryan Wednesday nightH.
.ouuty-who are by table Shippers' Protective .
Democracy and I can't how HARRIS, P. O
his and see any
checks were prominent, his _
r Mate lawful electors of the district in
DeLand FloridaI I Fine Fashionable Turnouts bonent who
Association. man aspires to represent tbe
head was not largo In contrast to eVery -
which offer who have
they to vote St. Buruabua' Church
I Practice In State and Federal in ,
people capacity whether in leg.
W Courts. Hanks Bus meets meet all morning trains at and A.Rfternoon. C. L. Depot.1!'. E. other part of his body, which paid their poll taxes legally due not There will be a called meeting of the Isliulve halls any or in a national convention St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev.

,eclal facilities: for examining and 0. RT trains at Orange City, and night seemed large and bony at all points. less than ten days before such primary Florida Fruit and Vegetable Shipper could object to being instructed by Campbell Gray, Rector.

ecting land titlesTMCCRORY trains at DeLand Junction. U. 8! Mall Ills'finger' Joints and wrists were so election is held and who snail, when Protective Ass'n to be held at Lakeland: the people to carry ont their will and Sunday April llth Easter Snnday.
both routes. Hack meet boats At Beresford. large as to be genuine curiosities. As challenged by any elector, pledge in wishes We cannot instruct in Floridato 7 a.m. Holy Communion; ; 9 a. m Morn.
I Gentle horses and oaretul drlvera.I to his habits at that period I found writing upon oath before an inspector on Tuesday April 91. at 10 a. m. All the national convention aa our delegates lug prayer; 9:80 a. m. Sunday school;

I Phone 3. DeLand, FM.I out much that might be Interesting. his honor to abide by and support the members and subscribers are urged to are elected in a primary election. 10:80 a. m. High Celebration of Holy

I He 'was an enormous eater but was result of such primary and vote for the attend this meeting and also, all growere Such being the owe. every candidatewho Eucharist, wltb sermon. The daily
nominee thereof. not already members are requestedto aspires to go as a delegate to theDemoo.iatto services will be continued as daring
content with bread and meat If be bad
I ArrORNEY-AT-LAW. I OFFICES TO BE FILLED. notified national convention, which Lent at 7 and 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.,
SEE T E. ARNOLD of It. It his be present Yon will be of
QUICK plenty was regular custom -
Each elector saidrnmil. services
qualified to vote in meets at Denver on the 7th of July next, except no morning Mondays.
to take a drink of rum or whisky place of meeting on arrival at Lakeland
LeLand Florida. ., elections shall have the rig' should be compelled to declare himself
For a sure-enough (neat) on awakening In the morning.Of I 1<' vote for. By order. of the directors. and the candidate for whom he will The Baptist' Church

in resident course all this was changed when One candidate for United States J. C. CHASE, Seo'y. vote if elected. 1 will vote first last Easter service 11 a. m. Easter cantata -

Bargain he grew old. I saw him at Alexandria Senator, Jacksonville Fia. 13 1008. and all the time for W. J. Bryan for "Victory" by H. I. Stewart.
BWrlght. S. B. Wrlihi. Jr. April ,
Located a year before be died. His hair One candidate for Governor, president, aa I endorse without dotting Song by the Sunday school. Addressen

WRIGHT\ & WRIGHT, property. was very gray, and his form was One candidate for Secretary of State, an I or crossing( a T. all of bis political the 'Resurrectionf by the pastor.
.. close in. Price and lightly bent. His chest was very One candidate for Attorney General, Letter to J B Conrad doctrines, anti I will add that if the majority Special offering for foreign missions.

KATTORNEY8-AT-LAW. tWQ. One candidate for Comptroller, DeLand. Fla. of the Democrats of Florida desire Evening service 7.80 1: Special music,
> PUBLIC terms right. One candidate for State Treasurer, some one else other than myself to represent Address by the pastor. Ordinance of
''Tit Telegraph ONIceAND Rook Cindy. One candidate for Superintendent of Dear Sir: A bank messenger lost a them at the Denver convention I baptlum.
De land Realty Co. what Is known small coin. He set his bag down and
"Originally now as Public Instruction, can remain at home with aa much grace
FLORIDA.fATTORNEYATLAW. looked for it. Found it, but somebody .... tlirltttlun Church
rock candy explained a confectionerto One candidate for Commissioner of and ease any satan in the state. I
- else had run-off with bis bag. Services In tbe Christian church
nominated Bryan for in 1893 as
a reporter, "was called In the trade Agurulture, president ,
A man who is going to paint had bet- usual next Lords Day. 8. S 10.. m.
Insure with tbr'e before the Chicago
us. Gibraltar rock. Originally also It wan. One candidate for Railroad Commissioner < years conven
ter look-out for his galloon. Devoe is There will be an Caster at 11a.
,, *.LEXANDER, tion In IhUO. when be was first nominat program
the purest kind of candy, for It was m. of recitations, music
the least'gallons paint. special and
ed. After bin
Now 1" the time. One candidate: for Adjutant General, great speech daring tbe
crystallized sugar pure and simple. One candidate for State Chemist It's gallons that cost; it Isn't the priceof extra session of congress in Vim. against a collection for onr orphanage work.

Spot cash for losses. Ordinarily It Is purer now than many One candidate for State Attorney,for a gallon. With one paint 10 gallon the unconditional repeal of the purchasing Endeavor 6:43: : p. m. Prayermeeting 7.80:
other candles. Hawthorne, In The l U plenty; another 11 or 12 or 13 and so clause of tee SQermau law, I nominated p m Wednesday. You are cordiallyinvited -

Office In Bank Bulldirg (lJ should be protected. House of the Seven Gables,' describing ;th One Judicial candidate Circuit.for Judge Criminal on to 2i gallons; and every gallon nag to him then and there in the capital .
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DeLand, Florida. be paid-for and painted-$3 to 94 a day J. W. B. Smith
a small store says 'For Instance of tbe nation, and have been for him for
Court of Record of Volusia
I Practice In'State and Federal County, for painting paint. etnlfed-oat with some president minute and hour since, _ Pastor.
Insured '
Courts J R'you. ? ; .. there was a glass pickle jar filled with One candidate for County Solicitor, sort of whitewash. The less the priceof every
pjl fragments of Gibraltar rock-not, Indeed Criminal Court of Record of Volusia Bryan will be nominated by acclamation Union Services
a gallon\ the more tbe gallons
by vote. The
reliable a rising delegateswill
E very company splinters of the veritable fortress. County, Bank messengers better look.out for then sing "Home Sweet Home," The union services of' the Pre bv-
,.r'U. A. DAVIS. but bits of'delectable candy.' Other One candidate for Clerk of Criminal their bugs and not stop to hnnt for and the American people will do tile terian, Christian and First M. E.

*. When does your policy expire? writers of even earlier date than that Court of Record of Votusia County. small coin; and propel ty-owners better rest-will make him president of the Church will be held at tbe First M. E.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON speak of Gibraltar 'rock It appears, Two candidates for Members ot the look.out for the gallons that make the United States-and Florida will furnish Church Snnday evening at 7.8O.: Dr.

Nt! DELANO. FLORIDA. I Is your policy In force ? however that the Gibraltar was finally House of Representatives, expense, and not for the price which the flowers for his Inauguration Harknesa will preach the sermon.

Bee at residence. Indiana avenue, dropped and It became known a*rock One candidate for County Judge, has nothing to do with it. Special mualo. Von are invited to at.

*p! Court House. T elepbone number sixteen. candy. I have a price list Issued lu One candidate for Sheriff Yonrs trnly tend. _ _
Hoe Hours 9tolLSto4.and7to>> 8. One candidate for Clerk of the Circuit 00() F W DEVOE & CO And now political wiseacres
Glenwood
: 1843 to tbe candy trade In which Gibraltar Presbyterian Church.
.,..' HON INSURANCE AGENCY Court P. S.-O. W. Fisher sells onr paint. have discovered that the reason :
rock Is tbe name ghen. though Rev. Geo. N. MacDonald Pastor
. Ore: candidate for County Assessorof
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President
Roosevelt
after that It Is why wishes Morning service of and
rock
quoted as candy Taxes ------ worship sermon
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tS.. VIDA Z. BAERECKE M. D. U will find us at. Throughout England It Is U..>nn as One candidate for Tax Collector, Economy. Secretary Taft elected as his successor at 10 a. m. Sunday school at 11 a. m.

* Stetson Gibraltar almost exclusively onislde of One candidate for Supervisor of Economy In. till silence of buying <. is because Secretary Taft Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m.
and DeL tld.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON the large cities. I lu the latter ns here Registration two dollar lint for 13.75 when a good has promised to make him superintendent .

*< .. the Gibraltar i Is dropped and It Is One candidate for County Superintendent one uiuy be had for ft. It Is a burin- of the Panama Caisall I Have The Record sent to your North

Hoe on East: New York Avenue sailed rock candy," of Public Instruction, less and fascinating. pursuit for tbose I construction. ern home daring the summer and until
THE NEW ORANGE CITY return next winter.
yon
One andidate for
County Surveyor,
DELAND. FLORIDA. ,
p, who can afford it but a poor man baa
One candidate for County Treasurer.
Lunch Counter Candy
no business to fritter away bin time ---- -- --- -- --
Each such elector in the
-- respective
and Fruit Stand and substance on such extravagance!
r.'fIA, S. MUNSON. The Badge of Honesty county commissioners' district shall
Opposite the Railway Station, have the right to vote for one candidate Women are particularly addicted to It
r Is of Doctor Pierce1 and often become skillful that
on every wrapper tur commissioner. so they
county
will Nov. 15 where
IOMEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. open on Golden Medical Discovery because a fall Each such elector in the respective ant able to get through January without .
V Quick Lunches can be had at all list of the Ingredients composing It Is ounty school districts shall have the encroaching on their April allow.

:e Second Door South of Fisher's hours of the day at reasonable printed there In plain English. Forty right to vote for one candidate for a ance. Men who have such wives are

,P Drug Store. rates. _ years of experience has. proven superior member of the board of public in naturally very proud of hem( mid are Where the finest biscuit
HOE: HOURS 10( to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6p worth as a blood purifier and Invigorating struction.
: willing to redouble their efforts If necessary ,
tonlo for the of stomach disordersand
p r. and7to8p.in. Adjoining Mr. Wm. Kolman cure Each such elector in the I&J
respectiveustice'
all liver Ills. It builds np the run lu order to provide them with
ipeLand Florida. will open hU General Plumbingand down system as no other tonlo can In districts shall have the right the means to develop the habit-Life. I cake hot-breads cruets I /-

Tin Repair Shop, where1' he which alcohol used. The active medicinal t., vote for one candidate for justiceof ,

will be glad to receive your patronage principles of native roots such as the peace and one candidate for Proof of Martian Lift.
. Golden Seal and Queen's root, Stone and constable. I or puddings are required I L
at reasonable rates. All Pour National That life Is la Mars la founded on no
Mandrake root, Bloodroot and Black Delegates at Large to
DR. JOHN REEVE work will be done with quicknessand Cherrybark are extracted and preserved. Convention, assumption but on manned evidence I .

the 'workmanship, by. the use of chemically pnre, trlple- Two District Delegates, that Is conclusive and the readei 'Ioyal is indispensable. 4iOWA&'h

Saws Filed and Set. relined glycerine. Send to Dr. R.V.PIerce One County Member State Commit- should realize that opposition to the

at Buffalo N. Y.. for frt booklet which t.e Idea that ne flow have proof of life
r DELAND FLA.r
I quotes extracts from well-recognized medical One Member National Committee on Mars la not based on reason, but on '
authorities such as Drs. Barthnlow Five Presidential Electors, emotion however specious-! cloaked.

King, SeudcW, Coo Elllngwood and a Each such elector in their respective All scientific objections have been met

r host of otuejA showing that these root precincts shall have the right to vote and shown untenable as to tempera.
can be "apgnded upon for their curative lor one candidate for member of the
aeslon' I all weak states of the stomach. County Democratic Executive Committee ture, snow, etc., but human preJudice.

H.VOORHtS_ accom led>Indigestion or dyspepsia as with the Copernican system: or the

. Uweil I libiliousorliv.rcomplaint.e The respective County Candidates, origin of species, time alone can dispel.
Dentist alKlln wasting diseases*where there members of the Legislature, -Professor Lowell In Century.
including: Al
la los ash and gradual running down P
to be voted for at said primary electionin 5a1c/nfPowder
> ef tlf f irength and system. _
L'. O. Block DeLand F1.
.The""Golden Medical Discoervmakel said County are hereby assessed ai Calling a Skcptlo.

0"-(8.SCtd! ?_ 1. aDd ISO.to 4 rtfb.' mire blood and so Invigorates prnf follows: Wayback Senior-The time I went to rAP AkolazFure IA
p stomach live p1jbowelouah Candidate for Judge of Criminal see Barnum'i world famous white elephant ,

tlemile whole svstem Crurt, $50.00.Candidate I' l'1A1

','b-;; d. 1i. ; 2tIss ',. 1 Thus i all akin affections,blotches pimples for County Solicitor Criminal Wsyback Junior (Interrupting!-He Not only for nhorfine food
and eruption as well as scrofulous swel Court, $50.00.Candidate never bad white elephant dad. It I'
lings and old Open running ion or ulcers for Clerk of Criminal
!. 'MAOD-:R:'OOODMAN are cared and healed. fn treating old Court, $35.00.Candidate was a fake.Wayback. up-A'': or for special times.or service. 1
I rnnnlnf sores, or ulcers It U well to tenure for Member House of Senior (bristling
MASSACET.lepeos. II .!!' their healing to apply to them Dr. Representatives $18,oo. fake wus ItT Gel durn yet I s'pose ar- I Royal equalty valuable in the4

- --- II I' "--"- .. Pteree.'aJLll-Haallng'Salra..If your drng- Candidate for County Judge, $40.00. ter yo go to college fer another year er

ua -Sh" c.n lookout,but yon...' look to" BUt don't happen to hays this Salve la Candidate for Sheriff, $,.,oo. two ye'll be tellin me t never seen a preparation of plain substantial
4 WI.csealU tY.. DB LAND. P1-A. stock. Kind .fifty-four cents In postage Candidate for Clerk of Circuit Court, real live mermaid In a tank uv water, !, ,, .
stamps tot*. E.V:PUMa,InsIidV Hotel' _'t
1'IIAOa VUe/Or ,MUK I '1.50.00. -Brooklyn Life. :
.nd Surgical Institute.Buffalo N.Y..anda eyery-day foods fan all occa-'
:WtVbff*. of I"Ir.AUpHealla.T Salve' Candidate for Assessor of Taxes, ,. ,

PORClr"si-iADES I will. I reach yon by retoMpoei.' > STOO.OO. '. GuMilna at It. j 'isionseIrt makes//the food : # j//
k TAYLOR !
W. 8 t You can .afford to accept a secret BOS Candidate for Tax Collector $100.00 said "what's the' more ,
trfam.asubsUtote for tftii... "Let's sea, Dubley ':-
-.lcohalle. :'Candidate for Supervisor Regis '
| I5UR6E XPENTI""T: taedlclne or ufowv' ooiirosmoir, not tration $9.00.Candidate rest of that old saying, don't you know'' I ta&y.nutritious'and' wholesome. I ,.'
We .
, are exclusive agents at DeLand even though the urgent' dealer may that begins. 'Man proposes)
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Flsh'er'i1' BrlckrfeloclciPeLand for these Porcto aOadei. tjnsuhe thing' therebr, make_ little bigger profit, for Superintendent of Public "Wh '." replied Magley.and'I'I' J

ce lit New for your verandas during the hot gum&ALLEim.cQ1. -, .4 Dr. Aeree lPleasaat Pellets>M Iale) 4 Instl'1Clion$50000.1 : : I proposes) )' and the breach ti. .f.:)" I... i'" ._ ','
wed Candidate for'Comity Surveyor; .
Invigorate' stomach, 1".Dd bowels.eesjMMMtted .
t l' l co. 1. ')c.J q :k SJf.fl1stJI =>t ,. a.n"" ,gal gnnules, easy to lak. Candidate for County Treasurer suit exposes,' isn't' It T"-Philadelphia .I,.... .

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I RL1Wa1T.LdbrrFLe i : _: :Lrmtiv 3" 3uttiiBMC x tint nr 'v..d!radlrta 04"'CIIIf"Da : : f. u stear*.miaii r bLa.. ill Now 1 I. the time to do your Buildin=. 1
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you',
f f5r/iGta+np..ucs Nt't 1 1i ; a.mLtm. .: ': :3a-a r i "S:far ..:..:-. fII Tlaaks. can't get labor. Let us bid on
?v++t z.a --a an.t ov4r '1b. m:_ :L/ a ...... stunt : ...t -rmAi .aa adLLu.tw your ,
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IS; .ill Awe 2.11,. ; : .Lam aa. Dot mwa Jt-: ;; =R117 iL"iit. +a C .aai wt tienibj dare toICES. fore Prices go up again. We have on 'i'',

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1bersaua: C&o'I& :: + E ltisanc 'ma a-__ ..........t ''W Ys4 find Merchaats.At
ite Cement Eagle Cement.l'LuterSewer
Mm Qettiat4 i its tams Je t+'1 ws.trrt'w..e : : at DrCIf :- ... 'Iinm ==- :a. tatlengiud rstdatte- fit Pipe,
dotuc 114.-. : : ,. %;e Ta'!Ell aW. ....... : __ -l: ...__.. :.-.K.- Atbtaw* M?** fI' eiw craru Hair, "CV>ngo" and Amatite" 1::.l.c..ofin. *

TTT C43. at.W. .f1.JI' :n c < .1 'asa: s :.10" I4J SQ: lJIt. 1 If'I" .r Stanbarb I Iptumbing Goods '
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""'u.. 'JGJ1.t:1 .It ,,--.c -t2&II. -- ::s ==- :. Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapen to
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t ia J Sir n&47 yCMCT ? if ZUM y+.ne &: Iaa't re IIr :s..r.c arst :.nntmc;>otn "iT Kl3 Jt JLItt :.r.
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,,: a! 'rte ;.lrllt Imt3'arsay :010 : : 4a.r meraw WELCH
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f s :ta au.e. 'J ;tv.t. 'JOtI&1'1op:11 .u :117 :n1U1C1l U1 .1i4-sar: 4aw.n. ialL FANCY AND STAPLE
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ytt. ra Er sa..tr3.r r a4's : m.t 1m 7u :aTA1.Ar"! X.11" 4ny rawaLlna kIoI) MATS ETCETC.._
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h.nllL -- resmwLwii = ? 1r 2i.m.e.;:r 1-= Leading Furniture House of Voiusia County
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like toKfcowen brat sL.e aihrr,. ; NPRDU1PR E SToRE
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LTL flit'vtetaad. it it li.yl thsi eat ss rarer sad tiler au gat sa eeas.w1 Ldt t z I. L lal(1.o.I u; No. 65. N. Boulevard

u.. dry s1i u wA:_# Very lit- .lu1 iLt1; u :a: csa a' .nn L C. aC''IIYELL W W DeLand Florida.

'" tie raia. brwewer. Iou fall+o a.t : "..... .u4Ot. J. A. ERICKSON VU == ===_

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tfc. arrtk e4 of ter .0'2AtT. a t moue m1'!;{act. arM ad1 r T WW New stock of

four-iaeb rsia fell to: tmtiLSaad1 Yeti ; NEW FIRM-NEW STORES
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'Ity. S'-'W'.47 trA.MrL. C (.. jjj Everything in the Hardware
Line
and_ .it .WM 6ksLiag. to the tkrmditor < sett _Me. T2oU' teaar.'s. T *
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Jordao, of the ]yea : & kip aWS 't ; N ALL STANDARD GOODS

Gerda Herald, aaya M will nut 7. *si> Ivteluutif 1.N.- S W 1 1T *" ==
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urea try to 4 'Le VwtrbebIr4 to tae w rrv;.a f rubes f J W I ======

r doe tarnae** ia tbe .-r.ot of Go. nfarroi VsjoAvf fra t lf Bailden' Miteriil Doors

if; GilefcriM'. Ieeti f, u j'/rtTB") r ,.C7sar'rl E. euU cf f- jm" E MtMt Sash, Blinds
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C1l Flonda tLat br'viii Plumbing
; retrain
.. fIa 1M k.ap In':* tok Supplies etc. Carried
-i bU port M tbe Herald offi ?, tare r Kae k .A be'? *, L MtMt ,

i M poafaiax the qaill for one of tie ; a arAntaia d ptua In "

bed ad aewriert weeklies iaFlorida. i ., -.n aZ-.e. r" t WANT ;you to visit my Xw Store
'a c.&. ., / t J J line inspect n/ fine
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Tie Eeer..n1' *a XZe- *- : pUe uraif >u S e and Jet my prices. Ism here :
topl-weTOU
toa that be te made mate priaier i 1 pfe Mat tea 4&7'JIoI< I S V1 ( and my edortt have been directed ,
fnead Xn. J_ Ty..r. T to that end. I'
know
war made i i. the kiodect M the .ant. of the
people of
Svw Soyrta, ftrriria* back DeLand in g.Jocb car4
term but wbile be MiMi lied by General
wa. .-A of. I. ,. W. twtT &My I NEW I Hardware Store, and I hare them.
feoded her'; be doe not even .. BtietI. DelAai. !Lta.rs f ORGANS: Wl Ii

1 wad 1M$r b. Wen, 'tbenf lef. i .. :/*! pUc of iaterNt !1/ ESTEY BRIDGEPORT CARPENTER Wp1 W

..CMltMu. Be .would make jn.c..s..M. p,po it r> W. C. WATTS
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# -ow. I NEW TALKING MACHINES= :

Tfce ...it. 4ka* spread &0of cbool. tot teaeber at Eater T it.PI EDISON COLC."BlA"lCTOR ZONOPHONE W Mf $ S $ S3 3S3i
apertat4.dest
,, sao4 u.. oraDp pares ia u.eYidaU7.of *
brie x-s."eeta& !9,]
NEW
SEWING
Seville, ia the net B* -I. Map ale ] MACHINES: *

-"", ... of t&M! eotiatr. Tfce pod ; bim n.... a p.b& T] NEW HOME" NEW DOMESTIC" NEW WHITE =' -I

t aadoDoibinx tbem. Tkej.wiB Pro( Onb to* 1L.n a 9 p ] NEW STANDARD AND OTHERS: MiMi KLICKER BROS
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keep oa aprajiBj,thou b, to v ral 7-- aa4 ]

1 .ye(4ectth. tree* MM! fruit from to caa wake ap atae-, MiMi
4 t- ) ebool hto aQ forty T] NEW HARNESS MADE TO I Merchant Tailors
} <&i*:'pe.t MI. moeb *. poentle.a7 .or. wt tto crapper and ] ORDER

i, t yl13i.... .to the orange tree Mralght oa tba i mart 9!P] ANY STYLE MiMi Four -

k..*ailas pot ia iU a ppearanee t.. ed. atabbora taboo T I: Doors South from FishBr.g Corriei r

aii.ut J5.Laoa acaio, aod tbei 4 bat stew woodpecker .'9\\ MiMi I II ;dis _

'(k ....:' tbe. ricimity. of Sew -9)) We have over 300 Customers. We I sight f. sarnlag. 11000 a.d salts of shades and 'patter!

;Neyrs are iafeeied with it, ..
Seville. want MiMi hila fiat
1,000 new for It
ones
Coy too
1908. We juat S.itMSrPerblluaed
r rtf'' ...fvrtber 1OGtJa,fa theo orange 9] < flit allthiwfk.

..<' r.a t" to..Iot..' waere'tfci* fly baa been for ". XeBrvi to rt.btle can and will save you money. Call at *. s.Ib well ode at Prlcee rf<
1 1ryt, ..,.,." ..._.L1.. >.,...crejw, tor :JIJM Esau Ca.i ._ << ben. that ue a barpla trueW<1D -

.. '1" f.\: V "- ,. *cry F.w.U. Ito boo trader T: DELAND Music ; Whe..you r appeU.
HOUSE
la towa fat of tbeSC CONSULTATION
> fr iiiaN iwby, ,", .,.. '.tibe Mi FREE .
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'VOLUlVE.: ; ( XX1J.1 DE ,AND; VOLUSIA COUNTY, ]\''L URID A 1'nIDr! Y. APRIL 17,' 1908. 'NUMBER: : \30;: ..' : ', ".i'l' '


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{, A TRAGICAL. VENT- COMMEMORATED. SHIPPING ANARCHISTS BACK-- HOME:. -- 'FOOL_SIUCNOJMS.f ;;r'.1'0", ,,;,'' ALkl

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Girl's : 'Some!' \!ofyour people shuck their wadi." ,:4auM it 1 ).' ,
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fJ' ResponsibilityT' 0 N r I* a light for men'and gods; ; ,,, .'(,I;,'
? $l And the bunch with the stunto.' sellh ,. ;; "' ', '
I Jet out end '"'H' ';p' $',
With wild delight l
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By Beatrice Fairfax. Y At the night. '; /) "' ."oj-, I
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They know ::1" ; : II ?
.......'>... IRLiS, tlo you know that It Is ;our dul r to make your\ men Which way the dollar'\ go. V' 1 j d\\
.. .... friends regard yon as the best, purest and sweetest 'girls .In And they throw Ii'; '\1.I.\\
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the eaeymarkagr4* /
Their nets over i iP<
the world. Like a flock of larks. V''\: Ii )'' :'ri', ',:"
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I. .I J ; Man sets a high standard for woman, and she must But what do the spenders care, (

G. live up to It if she wishes to wield a. good Infiuenc lover him a 1 So long a* they have the fare '. f/?,t q;
what it 1 Ia that call .
No matter :, -"
You must mako the man who'Is attentive to you realize small f t
For ,
great or ,.
spy \ ......... that you respect yourself. and that you demand that he ro 1 } The money spender do not count the cost,. i" !
v ..........d spool you also. But want to pay it all. ,r
treat with they buy a dinner at a price ;
Make him understand that he can not you
'lo make Lucullu
weep; .
familiarity; that he cau not bo a friend of yours If bo is vulgar In word or They laugh at figure that would put J"

deed, nor If he Is Intemperate. 0 Caligula to sleep ? "
It he loves you and sees that you expect all this be will try to be. worthyof Th tips they. hand out everywhere', e4'i ',Y
For any: little thing
you. That' done for them'are equal to. fls ,
But you must never lower his Ideal of you or you'immediately lose The ransom of a king nv y

It\\ \ ,. a ; k q your Influence over him. For They what scatter they money eat and everywhere drink, ";')* r''

y If you drink a cocktail you can not expect him to refrain. If you laughat r UMANAR11113TS I'e The clothes they wear, the rent tlu,,,'pay. +
vulgar stories you can not'expect that he will refrain from repeating them And nothing is cezinlc '
In your presence. Unless It's cheap. Ily gum! I for thatThey vt 1
Ds will not stand, and they,
Let Mm' see the high value that you place upon honor' ); and never swerve v 1C Have no regard for anyone 1.

one Inch from your standard. : WU. doesn't make them pay. F'
Do not, of course, expect him to be, a demigod, for no man la that! but The price I In standard In their minds; ?'d)
There's else ia sight
do demand that he be an honorable, temperate, manly man. o And those nothing who cater to that kind;

\ Don't nag. Tho nagging girl never has any lasting Influence over a. man, :;;cr.A Will l- make the price all right.
but keep steadily to your Ideal of what a good man should be. Of course it's vulgar; likewise wrong..

Forgive him if ho occasionally has lapses, but on no account promise to -F Bowers, in tile Indianapolis News. But Who there's haven't no got cure must, and get those in next

marry him until you are quite sure that ho la the! kind of a man that you To where the money goes

would be proud( of as your husband and the falner of your.children. DEALING And grab off all they can, till they I
J Jb Jz' WITH ANARCHY BEGUN then
The girl who marries a man to reform him, deliberately enters upon a Become The other! the bunch spender will; skin the rich. d

life of misery and failure. Till they get rich again.
The man who enjoys the friendship of a nice girl should be deeply appreciative Washington Officials Admit Dlttlo..ltlo.-Not Optimistic* to Outcome of the And so on ad infinitum,
of the privilege.If Latest Measures-S T.otlv. Measure Too Dra.tlo to Raeelv Popular Sup. And then some,
port-Restrictions on I ImmlKratlon I Inadaauato to Out Anarchist.
___ c he takes her to places of amusement, those places should be absolutely Keen Seer'V.. J. Lampton" in '''Judgc.r .
.; abovo suspicion. Ho should see that she reaches home In proper time, and Washington, D. C.-It may not bo Americans, not only to the full letterof .
reassuring' Information,b\ltlhe Washington the law but to the full of the
should Introduce her to of whose good reputationhe
never any man or woman officials "
are none too optimistic \ American spirit.
Is not quite sure. about the outcome of the attemptto The men who have given tho subject
Now, you see, girls, for a man to treat you in tbat way It Is necessary- drive all the anarchists from the of immigration the closest study \ ,
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4 ERECTED that he should look on you as something very pure and precious. United states; Those officials whose seem to feel that the work connected RTf1S 't
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LATELY AT SAN DIEGO, CAL., IN MEMORY OF Nevor encourage a. man to speak to you unless he has been properly In. duty It is to deal directly with the anarchists with the keeping out of the criminaland orM r
IXTY-SKVEN BAILORS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES BY A TERRIBLE troduced. cannot talk for publication. the anarchistic classes should be

EXPLOSION ON THE GUNBOAT BENNINQTON IN 1905.II. The officials who can Issue orders to done on the other side of the water. wp
You cannot expect a. man to have na much :respect for a. girl who makes "It is easier to be good than great,"
R. Fitch Studio, California, in Leslle'o Weekly.A Immigration inspectors telling themto They believe that a means can be
eyes at him and allows him to speak to her without introduction as he would be alive to their duty have talked found by which every intending emigrant remarked the morallzer. "Yes" rejoined -

for the girl whom he had to ask to be Introduced to. for publication, but the talk, like from a foreign country can be the demoralizer, "one has less
Famous'CllI.'it'nno Chief. Dees and Boys. Of course, I know that once in a. while a friendship formed In that way much of the work done, Is Impotent. made to "prove his record" before he opposition"Chicago Dally News.

Access In military operations has In many of the California nplarloa will turn out all right, but it lap great risk and not at all the right way of Some one hero has said that anar- shall be allowed to step on shipboard.The orchestra" Is to
The "unseen soon
gut fame to many' civilizedand boys are bolng employed almost alto doing things. chists are made, not born. This is immigration inspection laws

BO it Is not surprising that gether to take care of the beos. It Is Be dignified and modest, and. you will find that the average man will largely true, and anarchists will be were useful last year to the extent of be tried here aa an experiment orchestra;. In
made as long as there are anarchist keeping out something fewer than some cases the Inaudible z3
,who has succeeded as a slayer only in swarming time that other treat you with respect, and that he will be anxious to stand well in your eyes. teachers Cour-
who within touch of 1000
Ha get receptive undesirable\ citizens. The record would bo preferabIe.-Muslcal
fellow-men should gain a corP help Is needed After a little experlence He will know that It he wants to. will yourregard he must live up to pupils. This means that as vas 300 better than for the preceding ier.
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distinction in a tribe of bar- a boy can'care for many hives, your standard of what a man should be. : long oa there are anarchists In the year, and yet the man who attempted t
ins. One of the most conspicuouses and It Is said that they are not stung It Is your duty to make that standard a. high one-New York American. country their ranks will grow dally. to kill Chief Shippy came in Literary returns are slow, but they "

among the .Cheyenne.. Indians as often as the men. \ Since the shooting of the priest at as a "desirable," and It took him onlya have been known to come In just In
.... It has been figured up that a farm YUk7lklakkSlkkkkilklllI lk7slalsltkk1tsWyyq.e the altar In Denver and the attempted few months to do something more time to pay the first Instalment on ,
killing of the chief of Shlppy than his monument Atlanta.
police prove undesirability. an author's -
er's boy who is given five hives of
r./ya .4" eJ gN.ry..+--3" in Chicago, the Senators and Repre- Educational Test Inadequate Constitution.
bees to begin with, and who will sentatives have been busy talking
work Industriously make The reading and writing clause McSosh-"Want to know a good
can more about immigration measures,but they
money in ten years than his fathercan The Law Against jilting have confined their talking largely to which it was proposed to put in the story to stall your wife with when
last Immigration bill would not have
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'holIle late? DeLush-V'No 1
on a farm of 160 acres. Clover the corridors and cloak rooms. Most you get
kept out Lazarus Averbach neither
ot them are just as afraid to-day to I'd to tell It.."-Cleeland -
honey brings a good price, and the would it have kept out the Denver assassin me. never get f

market la always short ot It.-Philadelphia Deep Rooted Feeling Against Mur / pass a restriction as they bill were that before means the restriction ; and, in fact, It wouldn't have Leader, r
Telegraph kept out one In a hundred of the real "So many lies stalk In disguise," w
t ,. der Exists in Most Jtnimals./ shootings gave them sharp excuse for anarchists who seek America Some Remarked{ the puzzled youth, f''
the passing of an absolutely drastic
other means must be found, if the 1'erhnps that's why, howo'er" we try,.
Brush Holds tho Blacking.An : jf measure. desire be to debar from the countrythe If hard to tell the truth.
One member, who Is not more than -Catholic Standard and Times. f
entire shoe-blacking outfit con- By Ernest Thompson Set on. one generation removed from being a mad.men" whose "thlnklns.drives- -. them, -/---declared the Inventor, "am
tained In a single article forma the foreigner himself, told 'corre "
your is wedded to Inv] 1ktloo "How do you Lr
.r There in
subject of a recent patent grant. /OHYasNttrs '"s spondent that it wouldn't do to drawa recognition Washingtonof
the fact that In the heat and pas- like your moth ?\ n-law1" inquired
Heretofore it has been necessary to Hue part way up the continent of
.... murder In most nnl4 Europe and to say that no one from sion following the recent Denver murder his practical frland -l4Ullsvllle Cour
supply,oneself with several brushes, HERE Is a deep-rooted feeling against and the attempted assassinationIn
one for cleaning the dust from the __ > mals. Their senses tell them that: this is one of their own below the line should come to this Chicago, there Is a disposition on ier-Journal.

5p)1tt surfaces ot the shoe and a dauber for ''i > race, and their tnstlnct that, therefore, It Is not lawful. prey. country. "What we ought' to do," he the part of the police officials to con- Tommy "Pop, why do we call
said, "Is to draw a line down the mid "
.dr'FI applying the blacking or polish, .a I N w-born rattlesnakes will strike Instantly at a stranger of dle of the Atlantic Ocean and anotherone fuse anarchism with socialism and English the mother tongue? Tom

third one for rubbing, nnd some- any other species, but never at one of themselves. I have down the middle of the Pacific with other forms of thinking and my's Pop-"To make it feminine, my

times a fourth for giving the final 0N0yN seen a young mink, still blind, suck at a mother cat till fed Ocean, and to say no one shall cross" practice which take no cognizance of son. It Is so full of Inconsistencies."
violence in
The
any shape. difficulty
polish. then to kill her. Though a blood-thirsty creature, it -Philadelphia Record.
try Restriction Problem Difficult. Is that in the heat and passion the officials -
All of these functions are filled in ........! would never have attacked Its own mother. When a New York Representative, are apt to do things which they Dr. Quack-"Two drops of busi

article shown' in the accompanying Wild animals often fight for the mastery, usually over on the floor of the House, spoke in ought not to do, and which tend to ness-man's nerve tonic If, as you say, '

I' cut. The daubing apparatus consistsof a.question of mates, but in virtually all! cases the light is ovor when one advocacy of a really restrictive Immi- Increase, rather than to diminish, the you feel all run down" Patient.

? SPOTTED HAWK a kind of fountain arrangement by yields. The vanquished can save himself{either by submission or by flight. gration measure, several Representatives "'- plague which they are seeking to "But I wasn't run down by business, tv

heyenne brave who huu' killed which it Is not necessary to touch It What is commoner than to see the weaker of two dogs disarm his conqueror whose constituents are largely eradicate. Another difficulty is that but by auto!"-Judge.If .

white men than any othermemberot with the danger of soiling the bands. by groveling on the ground The victor in a. fight between two cats Is satisfied Southern Europeans at once began when the heat and the passion have i your wife keeps you puzzled and guessing,
pore missionary work. They told the other passed, there comes forgetfulness and
It Is only essential to rub it on the In either And ;instead of comfort and blessing,
him yards. a
his tribe. when the foe flies; he will not pursue twenty
members
what a wrong It would be to the officials lapse into the old state Proves don't frown 1
,
..,-{ case, bad the enemy been of another race, the victor would have followed punish the many because of the fallings of apathy, to stay in it until some But buy a her grievance a gown-,

ontana in. Spotted Hawk a brave & and killed him. of the few and they did not neglect new violence rouses them The frr'oMin"e., m doubt, needs rc-dresmng.'' ,.
r'ia said to bave killed, during his What makes the difference Obviously not a. reasoned-out conclusion, to touch on the matter of power, All that has been said within the AilaiiStrawaon: in Harper's Weekly.

Ing days 1II0re .whltelIIen than but a deep Instinctive feeling-the recognition.. of the unwritten taut against! the balance of powerot course, which last week was said immediately following Rich Uncle John="Ah, thIs| is one i

other member of his tribe. unnecessarily killing one's own kind. the men coming from some of the the assassination of President I'I'.1.your children?" Agitated Mother YR
ted' Hawk Is ( European countries hold at the polls McKinley. Then anarchism was to "Yes Undo John that's our' little
a man o striking; There are doubtless exceptions to this. Cannibalism Is recorded of ,
in America. be killed
and
anarchism
( cranes,. especially. when arrayed ., f many species, but Investigation shows that It Is rare except In the lowest One member, an Illinois man, tolda and,, from all appearances kept on It living is Kiss your uncle, "dear, and

Is war'costume, aa he appears In forma, and among creatures demoralized by domestication or captivity. Tho colleague who was urging no action, pretty much alive to-day. The Washington then go and wash your face. -Cleveland

|accompanying photograph. Welled higher the animals are, th,. more repugnant does cannibalism become. It Is that It would be far better for him preaching Is for systematic Plain Dealer.
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-and athletic, he Is an' excel- seldom Indulged In except under dire stress) of famine, Nothing but actual and for his people In the futuro to and continued pursuit of the anarchists Little Tommy Whacken was takenby

.". marksman and a hunter of re- starvation Induced Nansen'u dogs to eat the'flesh of their comrades, althoughIt have all immigration stopped from but the preaching, It one may his mother to choose a pair otknlc'.t. Po
a.. .Hla face Is full" of. character el their native countries for a series it judge by the past, will not be followed
was offered to them In a. disguised form. Experience shows me that It Is :jockere" !, and his choice fell ona
years, until the United States had opportunity by the practice Congress can
; intelligence Ia marked.He useless to bait a wolf trap with a. part of a dead wolf. Ills kinsmen shun pair to which a card was attached
to assimilate those that do much with a proper form of immigration
oked up to with especial.regar;! It in disgust, unless absolutely famished. were here to that point of assimilation bill, but there is no present stating, "These can't be beaten.-:

the young men oC the tribe, tom Obviously no race can live by cannibalism, and this is instinctively: recognized which means the dropping of hyphens prospect that Congress cares to undertake Current Literature. ;

his career appears romantic ,i by all the higher animals. In other words, the law against murder has and writing of themselves as the work Neighbor-"It your statement Is at''

Inspiring. But the bad old times been hammered Into them by natural selection, and so fully established that true your clothesline was robbed by

"hostility between the' two- races not only will they abstain-from preying on one of their own tribe, but will PANAMA CANAL MUS T: FAIL, SAYS STEVENS. tramps." Judson "How do you
|now only a memory;,. Spottedk ; whose life Is threatened. The fact that there
rally to rescue one are exceptional r ---- make that out?" Neighbor-"Didn't ; ,,

|tribe, as.well- II now'as at the'peace remainder withthe of cases does not disprove the law among beasts any. more than among Cornier Chief :Engineer of Inlli'r>nilan Waterway Gives Reasons you say they took everything but the

men.-From The Century. For rr ?" Illustrated Bits.
ted opliecy. towels -
States, and therefore it Is not
y'that he will during the comingS Outfit in One Piece., 1I 1I111"r New Haven, Conn.-John F. Stev- Panama Canal cannot hope to become I
of his life add to his list of paled Shoe-Cleaning ens, a vice-president of the New anything more than. an expense. It Force of Habit.
'Victims.? Civilizing Influences leather and sufficient Quantity Is supplied : ro++NMs York, New Haven and Hartford Rail- will not meet expenses and It will cost- A Ho psychologist' was recently a
road, and a former chief engineer of more than la expected. It will be an I. T
i taken hold upon him, and he no for,the purpose. t reminded of the story of the Russian
? the Panama Canal, has Issued a state advantage, yes but an advantage to
|[er desires towreak vengeance ,I A simple reversal movement brings Good Wealth and Bad ment regarding the latter enterprise European countries and not to us i jailer who,' changing his occupation

i'the-dominating'. race.-Leslie's into action the rubbing and polishing r In which he prophesies a failure of The idea. of the canal being of found the chief Interest of his leisure gi

kIt. surface. A small bunch of stilt: bristle's the undertaking. great value to us In times ot warfare, momenta In catching birds, putting .

Control at one end provides the means of By Dr. Felix Jlfiler. In this statement Mr. Stevens says since our naval forces can be quickly them In cages and selling them to the
; S .. cleansing the shoe when necessary. \ I that the canal will not help the United sent from one coast to the other, he highest bidder. '

|e approaches nearest{ 'to': the gods : ", -.r-., h States in Its trade with South says, Is utterly absurd. It would take The scientist having to attend 'a
America all of the Inhabitants days for the ships to get around, and
as practically
> knows, how.,tobe sllont even series of lectures In a. largo public i4
Ticklish RESIDENT 'Roosevelt has drawn a distinction between of the Southern Continentare during that time hostile shells could
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A Question. sj
Ugh he knows he la In the with,
I right.- Andes that have done their work. Mr. Stevens hall struck up an acquaintance.
wealth which he condemns and that which he approves. He on the east of the so
Now, own up.+. won't/you, a. n does not desire to create the impression that he Is engaged it would he of no advantage to make believes that it would be a far wiser the janitor of the building and soon'' {
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..( rather conceited' dis- in a crusade against wealth righteously gained but ia use of the canal to reach there. Mr plan ot defense to put the money that noted in him a suggestive bent of, t
perrtngs,,, are 'being! sold in' .the appointed It ;'you .fall to receive..oni IE) aggressively Inclined against swollen fortunes. It is, In his Stevens also says that in our commercial the canal will cost Into. a greater mind, and would occasionally'report\i '

eU' of; Sunderland, England,', at I'proposal;' during. 1808 T-Mexican relations with the Islands of the navy.Mr. the exact number present "We have
oty form. penny. ,. ':Herald.." mind to bridle the corporations. Undoubtedl:!"-.thls reflects; Pacific and the Far :East the canal Stevens Is not unique however, I 115 here to-night" he would nay, or
the sentiment of: a preponderance of the people and la slg- 'Will be of little value. Our coal and as a prophet of'evil for ship canals. "
1 "just 201, all told, or. when the hall,
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(J>" nlflcant for that fact. wheat centres are Inland. Their pro. Forty-odd years ago many British and' "
No matter how honestly he may come by It no person ducts have to be started on their way other mercantile economists were was crowded, 1 make It 370. There rl'' ,

Clearing; :Ship For :Action. la entitled to a fortune beyond his needs The extreme radicals, that Is to by rail. When loaded on cars It would cocksure that the Sues Canal could was a problem In all this, but It took; *{S

..., ,'''''''';'''''''', say the Socialists, assert that all wealth Ia corrupt, on the ground that the not be cheaper to ship to the Atlantic never pay expenses. Yet for years some time for the psychologist, .to
and then ship to the East by the directors of that work have had solve It. >
employer and the capitalist do not contribute substantially to the product the way of the canal than it would be periodically to reduce their tolls on A bit of friendly, familiar talk, con'tinually A w'a'de"'"

Therefore the part the latter gains Is stealing.. I do not agree win this be- to send directly to the ports on our shipping In order to keep their netyearly renewed did the business, fo,1?P, '
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cause"tha employer and the capitalist contribute valuably' to product and Pacific coast and then get on board profits from exceeding the :1
therefore are privileged to a part of the gains.I .' twenty-five per cent, permitted by the It brought out the fact that the Janl-" '(j

I do say; that under the present system, however, the game is 'rlayeil' ship.Furthermore, Mr. Stevens believes charter, and the $20,000,000 worthof *tor, had spent many ,ot the,previous""';;"

I 'man,. times with loaded 'dice, so to apeak It doesn't I mean that you merchants that our coal supply is fast diminishing shares which the British Government V ars of his life aa1-waden.-ln; ) t
are sharpers. But the system gives unfair-advantage. There Is and that China will be the coal purchased In 1975 are now estimated Eastern prison. With, rifleon' aha M .
you '
country for the future. Siberia, he to be worth fully $165,000.- der, from some enclosing.'wall-the! {, ''L
i a distinction between business and Industry, ,In the former a man may start
l qtr"F v'l i says, will be the wheat country of the. 000. There la no objection to Mr. man bad .counted hla'convlctsilntU
lT 8
+ 8B' a huckster and,In hla wanderings finally acquire a store'and credit'andgo
r 1 ; ) future, with India a close second. Stevens keeping company with those bewme'ingralnedlnAthe'; 4 + a
In for himself eventually. ''This Is not true of Industry., A factory hand In Mr. Stevens maintains that the who went so wide of the Sues mark the habit the hall ,
hla brain lecture
many',cases Is not able to rise.. )He can't get away to study things around recesses of
l hlm.;:Hela tied down to a certain place and la a fraction of Industry.. When Swift Interest Buy SOO.OOO( Trustees of Northampton Academy. took the .shape of aY .__ }and ', '

?r ,, a a o', ,, you talk about' 'man" rising from the. bottom tothe top you "refer to the) bust.. Acres and 2O,000 Cattle In Texaa. of Music Report Gain of 2000. the audiences because were he bin wlMWd JppWWWHecoiinted to know M I

ness man.. ? *,-!*, : ? .. .t' Austin, Texas.-Major George W. Northampton, Ma s.-The trustees Horn ,,
I join wltn 'Pjyjgldent Roosevelt In his 'view of rlch s. I applaud the man Littlefleld. .ot Austin; closed a deal of the Academy of Music have made all 1 were tit e t --Thjprmerloan '

'who haav''tprppef'and qr, so., f hat he bas gotten honestly and say that's tor the sale'of his 800,000 acre ranch. pubUc their annual report showing Monthly., -. ,: J'h.i4il

: rlght: l !,oAih)aasfbeen true to a blgh standard ,he. .ir. which comprises nearly all the land for the financial' year,* which corresponds h
f ... ; in Lamb and Hockler counties In the with'- the calendar< v nber, Knoww"4 ,
year.
entt ted tohi* mllllo ';' ...'If;! ..'" '.. ,, y'' .. "
I .: When :wealth flow's': !fi at:Vyou- require .distribute It freelr.) [.Panhandle' of Texu, to- syndicate- ot profit ot $2000This Bho"'ln trrotrWaterriwAuk-
kd'tf I' ;ergo men closely Identified with more satisfactory-;when I ,< to height of f00 feet
'uif your own i accord. in; .wa, ygrb N jroiiiMtfvirtta! 'fcaur finer nenssZ ,
f nterests of Swift ft jCo. packers ered that II*; cover a.aj ry '
THD 8TATHJ8''STEAMSHIPJDENVEB' ) BEING BUT IN the.well.1thI8lf, mek.<*ttW abc* Wo lilng eieV* diameter ot two anra rju
READINESS ; [, One o1 rQ8a < that lent th.Beef Trust eat, season of hard ; '. -TR* lass
FOR BATTLE. WJTH'BAND-BAGS' PILED UP $O PROTBOX777.* Unto he sees a tery rich ntsK iDe be Mm dl..(n1 i IS U tllt .sin.' '-I can't; ) lII'Ef< GOO cattle; and two' annual 'fisJlMK ".*"' no'"ta'' a, tok three'', leet.ryteld' ,t "W* sjii

"if," IIER :MACILU BItY., *. v, 'r.:, 1 :w' L) should. die la .. OM of .ln. 'Nlbsk It plbsd.1 riieLwan to be ? BOO saddle thf11* 4# The a''have done much timber known.,
> wtt, a, H. Dover PhlUooln Islaads.. In Leslie' "Weekly. f s'i> .. ... ...... il, are. ." his twk h.T .', ; ?total consideration;: wo.* app t. r iiliiirii| experiment: average; tenill*,;'strength of Iyoandr
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". IMF ninety coon caw. i>e one, ssa fir .

no Kteji b f: negro man and the Federal torn*. THE PERFECT WAY :: j

General Grant was naturally grateful LINE (

Weatass b Oier-Wirt.: for the servIce rendered him. He> mad J Bogd Lumber ;
., Mr. Detoacb promlM to call: upon 'bin Maay a Fleriea. He;;Mhel4 Will PiedTbe. / \ i ;

healthy DOwy Make Imimns Btoo*. whenever be aboold Deed aid ID' the ... :
Will quotCTou price and supply you from their yard near the depotat "' ,
considered that only later Grant
It teed to be future. A abort time for .
u urIaI.aq -,-.1der tnNbIa wen lo be nUhed Mr. Detoaeh with a permit by If you suffer from backache. DcLatnd with best cypress and yellow pine = =Goe Everywhere

traced to the kidneys, which ... waa allowed to take cotton Then to only: ODe way: to ear it.

iff boot now modem that through the blockade line*. This prlTll The perfect way to to can the kids Lumber Flooring Ceiling Mouldings, r

y eeocnprares l k-IfO netted hIm over $3O.OOO. amt U/
f nearly ail w-- JforBi Soutl f
have their beginning When General Grant became preat- bad back means tick kidney Shingles Laths Etc. ?, ?, e :

fas the disorder
I g /a these most important postmaster at :Memphis. Mr. Detoackwa Kidney Pill am made for kid- All Lumber, Building and Fire Brick.CemeDt.etc.',promptly: delivered ''""

r,{ green the place and wa resppolnt- DOT only.S anowbere In the city. -

r "S5T"kidneys film ed daring Grant's second term. Some B. Lemons, clgarm er, living at ; PULLMAN SERVICE
and the bloolthat THROUCH ti
Warily Influence wa brought to bear to defeat
..__, is their work this second appointment Dot Grantprore.l 311 Ashlet street Tampa Fla., says: E TRAINS
ON ALL X.t
''Tloadore, .h.-r ltidDeyaare weak steadfast In ala gratitude. The I used Doan'a Kidney Pill and they .

a'' r or oat of order, boo can understand bow writer continue: cored me of backache and disorder of e 'a'
1 is affected and "
; i. qgidJr e tIre body to fail to do its General Grant wired Mr. Detoach to the kidney. Two or three_on account Now is the time to order "
seems

how ar
daly.every' come to Washington. He went and on of the pain In my back I wai unable 11 i CONSULT THE "PURPLE FOLDER l*

; : 11>.**.sick or "feel badly." begin bin arrival was told that the party to go to work for several day The i '"

UkJBar kidney remedy. IS leader In :Memphis bad held a meeting accretion of the kidndey were In a very Simon Pure No.lfor I :
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-. Sw-Up-Root. bcaase f0"- .
KLtma well will and had petitioned the president I bad condition dark: in color and Ifallowed 's' Information. schedules, rates and reservations: : ,',.
they detailed
For
..yo r kidneya are trial for hut remoraL On being asked the ,
r all the other organs to health. A cause. be replied. "On the charge: of I to stand would become of the of next !*: your nearest Ticket Agent, or write or call ont ..),,'!t ,
/, win convince anyoaw.If eonitency of jelly. I tried various your grove and be sure a large crop ,"
I"J '
yea are sick you can make no mi. drtnkiD"Wen..that to tree, but of this yon remedies, taking what seemed like gal-. winter. All the b.xtgroves use SIMON PURE ''* ._... L. POWE Ticket Agent Atlantic Coast Line B. B.. Defend, Fte.;

ap; 'takeby Th sniU fin and the doctonngyonr extraordinary effectcl were sd Vised before tat appointment" Ion of medicine and I also pat on plasters FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : : S FRANK C. BOYUJTON, Tray. P.... Afct.A.C.L. ) J>ckaoiITm J$>: I

Dr. Yilmer'. Swamp-Root. the great Yea." was the reply bat he added. but nothing helped me at all nntil :* A. W FRITOT. Division Passenger 'PDIA. U. I* \ % / .

kicBeyIY.. is aoow teaited. Ire I got Doan' Kidney Pill upon the ad- '"

__U-__tb wet Wgh distressingasi -foritof -. aad isi cara wail The familiar An Ax expression to Grind, "An ax to rice of a friend of mine,and aging them E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. J ck *nvnie. JT. ...."......"......"...... ".... ."..-t..

} its saerits by all grind." frequently attributed to Benjamin according to direction they cored me -
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dragrtot in fiftycentaadtooedollar Franklin, originated with Charles rep T. E. ARNOLD, Agent, DeLand, Fla. --- -
*Uebottles. .. Miner who Introduced the following For sale by all dealer Price SO cento.FosterUilbnrn .

Yom may Co.. Buffalo New York
tale of woe In a abort pithy eaaay published
have ample bottle ..m.rsa.e. to a country newspaper of Pennsylranla cole agent for the United State
by snsa free,also a pamphlet Ulhng you
bow to find oat" if you have kidney or daring the year 1811: A little Remember the name-Doan'*-and

bladder _ble. Mention this paper boy Is asked by a man with an ax and take no other.

wbea>writing to Dr.Kilmer at Ofc,Bing- an engaging smile If his father baa a rrFox

., ha atoawN.Y. Dont make any mistake. grindstone, and the family being In VISIBLE

bat remember the name SwampRoot.Dr. proud possession of that Implement of

tanner Swamp-Root. and the ad'ITS welfare, the youngster lead the way CASTOR IA II TYPEWRITERS /'

*.JIia&uy.nayllGUJe; Into the back yard. For hfauta u4 ChDdreD.

-What a fine little fellow yon ars!" u __ .. _

exclaim the stranger quite casually.as lEa UU Tra Urn AHap BOB5DI

though scarcely conacioo of peak-

big load. Of counobe boy become HAVE -

GRANT'S CLOSE CALL I at once his mat obedient servant and i.

by more well directed: praise brings ,
The DURABILITY of the "BASKET" MACHEJES secured fcy the wide
1 water to whet the wheel and heroically typebar; hanger and hea.typebar..
turns tb* grindstone until btumall
Frances Roads. Beet In
The Federal Commander's Narrow the World
s hands sting with blister But
Among the reasons which make the COMPLETE VISIBLE WRITING
Escape From Capture. the moment tb* ax la (round It* owner highways of France the beet In the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

calls his Httle fetch and carry shire world hi tile requirement that all prelimInary INTERCHANGEABLE CARRIAGES
rascal:' ernahe his newborn manly ,.
roadniaklng operations ball TABULATOR CARD WRITING ATTACHMENT
FLIGHT FROM JACKSON.OfI'Ioer' pride by bidding him harry off to ,
HIS be thoroughly performed. When embankments I UXE ICATOR. TWO-COLOR RIBBON

8CbooL-- Angel. Time are made the earthwork la 1 I DETACHABLE PLATEN SPEED ESCAPEMENTAN NEW SCHEDULE ,

built op only a few Inches at a time EVERY 01 HER DESIRABLE FEATtRE.I .
Ih C.ihderaa Story of What An Auction Seem Inol..... I
3 and the suct.-ei>lve strata are leveled of
than the Fos has SOME these features
H. Sew and Heard While SpendingHie It was an auction sale on Market and In other typewriter
6 tbe neighborhood of masonry no them ALL. The Fox stands alone as a mechanical marvel EFFECTIVE APRIL 14
Furlough In the Heuse at Which s street and the auctioneer was disgust rammed. Every ditch Is carefully cut In typewriter building.It .
ed. He had offered a watch and chain
I Great Halted F.r Refreshments.Kvery at a proper angle rammed and If Is the mechanical excellence of a typewriter that proves its
which be claimed to be worth *22. The
: necessary paved with stones. Dangerous worth and enables it to stand up" as does: the Fox year in :and year
', !x BOW and them aa Incident oratory first bid was $1. and be could not get turns are protected by stone para out under all kinds of strain FOR DETAILED INFORMATION

showing the little personal hoI a second. "Ill And out If there to an
At each crossroad there
pets are signposts Advertised statements making general claims prove nothing/ .t
man aide of the war between the states ounce of nerve In this crowd. said be. always In order and the Touring Plove the Fox by a comparison In your office! at our expense.

comes to light. Harvey W. Bill con- and. taxing a one dollar note from his club of France has established Indicators Write for beautiful catalog just Issued. SEE THE TICKET AGENT :
he held It and asked for
tributes Just such a story to tbe Metropolitan wallet up to remind the tourlat of dangerous
bide. A laugh went through the ;
curves rapid descents eta Every OWEN
Magazine. The narrative Iswoven TYPEWRITER COMPANY
crowd but for a couple of minute noon railroad ,
f crossing Is protected by a
General Grant. Mr. HI1 "
arocng bid the note. "Com said
on on ante, which has a watchman In
:: was an officer In the Confederate army the ..ucUoneer."Wbat to the matterDon't day and night-Leslie's Weekly.charge 313 Zack Street TAMPA, FLA. a

r and. ho claims that his story supplies a yon think the bill to goodr ,4rtJ.

mi .ir.r leaf In the life and experience: After another moment the voice of a
Extravagance of the New Yorlier.
of the Federal commander which might mall boy was beard. "FIT. cents"
Is not the native New Yorker tbe
K
, have changed: the destiny ot the war be said. "That's the gam" said the
prey and the plaything or the waiter
The story runs as follows: auctioneer. Who'll make It 101" A
I6 ; It fortune to have been a the cabman the ticket speculator and THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIMEIS
was my man In the crowd bid 10 cents, and the $2.15
the market man' Does he not pay two
oldler,enlisting*s an orderly sergeant boy raised It to 15. The bidding went IS WHEN YOU NEED
prices for food In tbe glittering Broad ?
la the Confederate army and In that on until the little fellow had got toG
way cafe and then after waiting an
: capacity: received my baptismal fire <<:cents when the auctioneer handed t
hour receive a cold dead portion of | PORCH CHAIRS
la the celebrated battle of Shlob.a him the note. He gar the auctioneer |
something that be didn't order annever
fought on the 6th of April 1862, the another note and got a nickel change.
would think of eel leas
United States forces being commanded The auctioneer then treated the crowd ordering, We hart ore 3.000 Porch QtaUsoa Vl*

1 e by General Grant the Confederate byAlbert to a lector on courage.-Philadelphia delirious? Does be not recognize that -F ou vet Fjcroav to.y .w
the legal tariff of cab charges hi
'"" pure .
Johnston. This battle A-MVA HI4-f .
Sidney Record. 'W. w w se#
:y" fiction and fork over what tile weather M** in,_ .,_?., ,. ., tt.ee
lean one of the bloodiest ever fought -*=: :* ;* = ...... .:, .. S. j
between dvUilod forces In this or any Saw His Own Finish. beaten Rube Burrows on tbe top of the rrr..rw.r..- ..Lew....--

; .9ther-COUDtry, exceeding tn slaughter Bom time ago the wife of Judge I hansom may demand Does be not- > ,
Hot, oh. what' the nee! The scale FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY:
'
the losses sustained In the celebrated Blank lt her cook. and since abe had
they weigh him on at birth give far.
{ battle of Waterloo. no other resource she rolled up her
returns, and at his funeral tbe under -
1 Aa hi well known, the Confederate sleeves and for a week provided such John
taker charges his estate for extra B. Stetson
carriage !
army retreated south, while the north- meals a* the Judge bad not enjoyed Universitj]
that never show up.-I. S. Cobb
,z. era army went down the river to sine those happy day when tile In New York World. Notice of Final Discharge Settee: U Creditor,. :

l Vicksburg Blanks did not keep a cook. ne Nodes Is hereby gives task the undo

Why General Grant did not take thaame Judge's delight was so great that byway saUce Is hereby given that the undersigned Judge signed of have Vomits been appointed by the County: A SCHOOL FOR ALL
County DENOMINATIONS.
route Is a mystery that history of .ppredatly.'acknowledgment administrator tbe estate ot John lore of the estate of Florida .xso a .. .
/ fans to supply. Instead be. with bis he presented Mrs. Blank with a beautiful Dsugberty,deccsse i.will on Uie l.l dsjr of said Mlat7d--t.ADJI1I..m.,and bare duly late quail ol --- -------
July A. D. 19U8 his final
from the battlefield the ermine cloak. Quite naturally the present account fled as such executors. COLLEGE 01' LIBERAL
staff went by to ma County Judge ot Vomits > AKTS-Kngllsh Language sad Uterstnre, talk
overland route to Memphis, a clIatance.bout Incident was a good deal noised about MsPills Florida,and ask for a final dischargeJ. County, AU creditors, legatees, dlartbl1aad Greek.AJ1a. ,H.alOrJ.German.{French, Spanish Mathematics,. Chemistry Physics. Mee, trl
the aortal of tile B. TCBSEB, all persons having claws or demandaagainst ) ,. Pedagogy, Political Kooaomy, BIobey clap,
ef ""D ,-IIY. miles. among acquaintances estate I'b'.icaI..nltnro. eto. In 1807'! Stetson
hereby aotlaed to adopted the same foe_
theme requirements
between these Blanks and a spirit of envious enrala AdminIstrator.Notice. duly. mla.foc. aDd
The Intervening space This Jan i, 1908. p..ot same authenticated, to graduation that were held bJ tile U.I..ralt7 of Chicago. aerie
two places was at the time Infested lion was developed hi certain quarters. After stag pcrsoas ef a bilious habitwlllderlvegnmthneftbyakingone the undersigned wlihla one year from the two were aJIIlJa&ed.' .
with roving bands of guerrillas. It wes In this mood that :Mrs.. Jerome date hereof or the same will be forever toed COLLEGE the tall OJ' W-AhraT. .UODrr. Ibis College will be farther itnaf.
barred. at 190d
Twenty-one; miles east of Memphis recited the story to her husband. of these pius. If you have been FRANK iAHMLmrsi t COLLEGE three b7 J..IDCII'8"1a1f... ....n.....of the.tnd7.teaching fOl'ClO sand sod b7 oAarlgr.

lived one Josiah Deloach. His residencefrosted "What do I get Jerry. she asked DRINKING TOO MUCH, Md. : 0' TKCHNOLOGY-CI.U. Eleotrigal. Mechanical: ,, aod

the Memphis and Charleston "If I will do the cooking for a weekr they will promptly relieve the_lIMa. Notice Is hereby !given that six month AUGUST L. BUBNKESSEL, ialEn.aeeriegcourse.leadioq COLLStIE: 1'01& TEACBeRS-A.degrees, I,
railroad. "Well. said Mr. Jerome, "*t the end SICK afterdstelowiti on the Std dayol June This 1311 S.7der A.... degree oOU...oourse for teachers leading/
a Normal
HEADACHE Feby. 20,1900.Notice ; tIcbool for Florida
PbtJa. school ,
After. the battle referred to I ob of a week my dear, you'll get ODe of A D I*""-*, the undersigned administratrix 1'& grader of the .nbllo .pool teachers; model schools la ail r

fatwined, a furlough and repaired to thai those long crape veil*."-Argonaut. the and appetite nervousness and which remove follows gloomy restore feet of her the l f.nal estate accounts of Wm.to the H.Hon.Bae..1lI County present Judgeof eighth TMa grades, IId.rgsrtou Training special School emphasis In ..being put oa the seventh a. t

quiet country borne for a net Mr. Ings. Elegantly sugarcoated. Voliuia County, FU. and ask lor a final Creditors. I aratIoe ACAD&MY-CIa.atoallwgeoyatiloandtoleutieocogrsesin ooilelf. Stel.on {
He All Atom. ..such la .pecleIlJ strong In this work. Its iwITn.
Deloaeh was my stepfather. wi s Take No Substitute. discharge administratrix. ban. goae to Harvard. Yale
Princeton .
know and tar Some legends those with This Deo.M, 1901. MIRIAM BYNE. BlIl4IHC&J Cornell, Michigan and CMoaao. ..0
n near aa a pronouncedUDioa especially AdmlD.&rlx.Notice N man. with violent opposing ideas a moral die hard. A little boy bad signed baa beea appointed by .... Boa. J. beet methods; 8bortbaatl. and'fypewrltiDIfI\ *' *" noncan pARTS -.. In olllel
: rebellion _secession. and It HemaCat told a flb with tb. carelessness of Notice. Lee MeCrory. .of toe county Judge's JNIrt..ala1artIe: faculty and eommodloca building. x'1
GOOn of Volusia ..... IiCHUOLOF MECHANIC:
General Grant before starting on Imaginative childhood and was recew the estate of W .ntyh..1nla&nitriS o f .' -Wood\ worklne, Iron Working.
his dangerous effort to cross the conn- Lug the conventional rebuke coaplei Notice Is hereby gives that six months of Application for Tax Deed Under all creditors and .., d SCHOOL: DV'FUll: ,0
after date, to wit: on the 19th day of Oe Section 8 of Chapter 1888, LAWSof persons harms claims or Watercolor .. SdKrSslJlS.1 ID"I! Painting" !
and .
try had learned the politics of this with the threat that the convention ber/A. D. 1908. the undersigned administratrix Florida. demands against said estate are require SCHOOL .teI, Dew -U7 cute. wedeln ero. to'
+ quiet couutiy gentleman and selected reward of the future would not be his of the estate of George W. Lefniaa to present the earns to oho undersigned for large or KU81
hJs. bouse aa a place of temporary rest unless he told the troth."Won't will present her final accounts to the lion Notice Is hereby given that F Dlckenaon .payment.....will within be two years, otherwise the STETSON-al&1I' tbe.oo bu' pity.0(16. opponGalliea of hearing oratorios .+,.
a .
In'bea..D Count Judge of Volusia Connty: Florida, purchaser ol Tax Certificate No 2i<0.dared barred.E front the profe....-T and teachers. 'l'be.lIold t 4._
$ for himself and staff. At any rate there be anybody and ..k for a final discharge aa such ad. the 4U day of April A. D. aas filed & Vfnxsa. University of Chicago Harvard Yals Columbia Toronto. Wait I
A about noon on a scorching day In June who ha told a atOl'J'r..ke4 the small mlnlatratrix said certificate in my offloe, a 'TI. made Administratrix. the Estate r?N..ylEesawdolo. Utrecb& Bucknell University of Michigan DeaD
r r Deloach much Interested. This IS application fur tax deed to Issue la of WUIian Miller Deceaa.I.: BallI"o" and other
9 while Mr. myself and mother boy. April 1908. aooordsoos ? .... $tUQnJ la Institutions. There an
with law. Fla., March o, -. buildings aad equipment
V. Rom Said rertificau ; over .OOO .
AJixtiA embraces
xza.Admid.tratrix. endowmeal aa en
were seated on the veranda a small "No. dear. answered his teacher .t bbrary ofo.er u.ooo volume.
u the following described ; a beautiful eII.pel with
property costly turniaUnis,,]
coterie of- mounted soldiers, richly a ventur situated la Volu.ia _.'7.Florida,_wit: dadag ..1aiDed-1-windows,T all paI..tlD,, .$14001 pIpe orwaa I.gy

caparisoned, dashed .up and dismount The small boy drew a long breathof ,. SeKofsw"ornw see 10, twp 18s, r 30 Notice of Final U--no wile, baaeb complete U rlJaJDoDd separates aad: .ft .DDloeed wd
DischargeSotiee
ad at the gate. deep reflectloD."How Jolly dull for e,10 sores. spare HODGKIN'SWagon separate
Aa they entered the yard my stepfather George Washington! h* remarked. Tbesdd land oelag .. sso ecd at the date Is hereby given that six mouths airy, Pia,......Bacterlolocy Oalldings forma, IIlaeralO IIIId women 1I101o tern large r.-.toriee ew. C
i+ said "By George I believe that London Chronicle. of the Issuance of such eertlfieate in th* after dale IOwtt,us ....3d 01 August. ..D. and .hope: datrle IICb" electric bdlt< name of Oeo. 1". LonrdOD. 19Q1 tho wderssasd woad ..... steam beat,cement walks shell i
Unl.idceruJlcate If118I1IJa8 oil'" a. specious
'' la General Grantf and turning to roe, epa ce campus, Shrubbery and
Shop seal be redeemed according to of Alice Bwerdfeger..niece will .DeI...-atod..1a' rice. trees J social literary, m
: 'suggested that I had better leave. But England I. Virgin) law. tax deed will Issue thereon on the >his tail amen to the Honorable.prreeat Jodjre Yadl.[. The ; star lecture courses;: Christian and not too

since-1 was In civilian attire I re If an Englishman want to feel .t 12th day of May, A. D. 1808. or the County Court 01 Vdusla county. tee catalogues, wi.JSSf"11, ... and beaJtAfUl.' "4 the sspe.aa are b.
DeLAND FLA. Witness my officisl signature and seal Florida. '.' 1'1 andinforauton address taepreaideat. ?,'..JUMCOLN
named. ..Aa the general mounted the home at one In the United State be disdar ge "
porch' he extended his right hand most to ... this the'Mb 'day of- April A. D. late .panIJaa of aJd IlULLIiY, FU.D., Utt-D., L.L4X,DsLaad, ]hi
say go Virginia. I. spoiled everywber Everything In Wagons, Buggies, Carts. i(Seri) -- 8AMLD.JURDAN.: 8iM Ojl SNERDIEGEH,
f lag Mr. Deloach. I believer* *. bat nowhere more than la eta. manufactured and repaired in my Clerk Cireulf; Court Vuluala' musty, Fla.PATENTS I Gu

-lea.: air. and I believe this Y.Gemant Virginia. They love KngUad therewith Shop in the very best workmanship Waasa'T 1lie MaTh to 1iOtI.

Grantf a special: affection are very proud known. Only first-class men employed
.
Taking a seat, be asked fee refreshanent of their English ancestry, and at an aD411.r clan work turned ont. I ban f$4 aO4at Auoraeys.5etiee

for himself and staff and water1 old Virginia boos atoly added to my paint a
f; "' country such a* w* D.Flia for then-bone*. Be also called: f or the visited daring the week at Richmond: : GaaraUui'i ARMOUR

'latest papers. yon might easily fancy yourself In an Dlaellarce. FERTILIZE
I wondered what this meant I could old park to Sussex or Worcestershire. Nycroareta Folios Is hereby gives that the seder
signed guardian of the...-
and
h scarcely realize the fact that the com- I -Bishop of London In London Diocesan Gordoa Purdotn. ...eatateof.. 11' .
render la chief: of tile United States .Magazine. Purdom"loIa. .....stead 1'IInIn. ?. THEY Are made from high

,,:'araiy coakl thus recklessly Isolate and will six moatas. sties date. lowit. oa the ,

1.endanger himself and his future for Ink A Creed ....". ; =::':nowaandtic. ; teal 11th day>S5"JV2eb1I"31"1'of A. l> : to.t he quality animal <

: etaager be wan, for while sitting, there I -mne8r.Uebi. -*'crow the pr
am going to lieU you a classical Evwr peekae.bu. .. le tae r.paattonalg county VoIuaJa1"1 Florida
awaiting 'the".nhshmsa a negro story. Listen: 04._.._--.aro u.. sad aak< for a I discharge hoe said'gnardlaaaaip. ducts which
lmso: r.carriage driver, cam rnsbop Th wooden horse was stand be- ...&ID the trades are eve
.. trig
.. IDe to the porch: sad motioned pr.eh for tile city: of r p._. less ss, A 45 -=TUU DELILAH PURDOM,
Troy. 11.eW.ra I e.-rta.l W
where known
to to him: He nart ..... .... ray tillU'diaa.Notfco to be tj
'W... i come Informed -That' seems a heavy beast." said t.. pp4u.ir.: --- ..--- This March W,1908.
I that about a mile away the Confed- Part to Hector. -Now.: what would tow tor la.w..b m.... ame..s.

a.cavalry'under: General Jackson you say wan It* weight Do M.FRSY .- troy OasmN...... best forms of plant fo<:

advancing In that direction to a "Troy weight of coerce,. replied of Application for Tax Deed TJn-

r'e:. ffetntlmterorptlng. the generaFs route toMsasfjlils Hector."I: r- dot Section 8 of Chapter 4888 tawiJTotioa Use them and
rwa of yo
I'IorIda.
Of coarse Immediate action didn't mesa that. yes 'great kec- BIG .
.wasj AsBMded.and the general at one toeing bratel"wa* the a Is hereby give that a 8.:Browm.
reply, bat the pmeyuy oe :. D.a arse .will 1 betl
crops
stag. Mrehaser d-Tax csrUacats '
entered ljliiiii to mount sad quicker wit o< the other bad taraed Part dated tae.Sib day of JaasVA. 1'1.! err, ." grow ..

than ft tale*to ten It be'and bit staff- green with envy.Tni tss filed said artltoaits. laiay. ....D....law Wad; and (

were Srasy. wr. be ads application tar lax deedlo I? your pocket-1
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1 firoa. t.. e.-.. '.... re jbtmrt earn developing- CnooL'.t quite a paaste for Call set year Tires without taking eats opstaaai amsa-aoas *the laola tooUowtag.. ...fiinTlL-J[ CHOPS grow fatter than ;eil
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to ray tfcroatr Mfctt. fls bltt'woold hav saetorlng.- said r Mass Heasaley.I, wheels from ysblc h We take,.. no dead edd.awe.ea- d 4wene e, Ida, awue or t

by a .***..> maw-.t ...nder,If We .......' I bolts,rub no paint or born your felloes Beet |Mttosi ,P.y6p..hook e -01 -X of...as..S, .w u s, ao,;. >efore.MANUFACTURED ( J.,
I with hot tire wrlieGA5NOW .. ..' ii. '
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'pictures, that and appears done in.In sugar our In'l the t r 7W- hy ,r WBEBE. THE EARTf1QUAiE IN ITALY MAST .SEVER ;

windows ot the confectioners should ''I
/ really be a hare,' Instead ot a rabbit ? He Lies to His Wife '
The hare has from time immemorialbeen 1'I'J.

: the symbol of the moon, and,
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t I as the moon decides the time ot I
T .
Winifred Stack.
Easter, It is quite proper and natural VBy .
Vit' --wk that the hare should be associated
CURRENT magazine taken valuable dlKuua-
i I I up some space
S with this season. In Germany the ing.the subject of -'Why men never tell the trulli to women... "
:_. y w, ,Easter bare Is almost as Important a That's easy enough to answer.
s St. Nicholas, and its
/ personage A man never tells a woman tho truth !If he can help It,
hablts: somewhat resemble those of E
A because he hate a scene, and he knows he will got one If he
that much loved saint. On the night
before Easter a white hare enters tho hands her the plain, unvarnished truth, without a little pink I
homes string around It to make it look pretty.,
children
of all who| have been
good and hides in all sorts of out-of- # Why does a woman toll a man the truth? I!>
number ot Because she knows ho will make a scene when she does r
the-way corners any beautifully v
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t'r colored eggs. Anyway, the It, and that's the very thing she Is after. v"v rT

.
Men bate
.
children find the eggs when they hunt herolta.Women
r .i. l G for them, and It would perhaps be love them.

presumption on the part of anyone The best woman on earth would rather fight with her husband than sit

who la not a German to express an still and look pleasant while ho reads his paper and forgets all about her.

opinion as to where they really coma The meanest man on earth would rather smoke his pipe In peace and

from. think about the fish he,dIdn't catch last Summer than quarrel with any

A rabbit Is not a hare, although woman who ever breathed. "
they are cousins. There Is one If I had a husband who wouldn't quarrel with me good and'hard once xl:

: marked difference In a while, Just to show that he cared'> whether I
between them. Tho was cross or not I'd divorce wS ,;I Iax.H'brcir'k
,
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baby rabbit, as all know who keep him and marry a Bengal tiger to get excitement into life MkJ r

these little animals as' pets, comes A woman doesn't hate to hear the truth from the man she lovei anymore

Into the world blind and helpless, than man hates to hear the truth from the woman he loves-he only

while tho baby hare has its eyes bates the results' worse that's all.

TII111"LOWmt! IN TUB WINDOW .., /j open from the beginning and !Is soon The only time a woman ever does hear the truth at all Is. when some man
lOASTKH MUKMNU.Piilo able to take caro of Itself. It has tells it to her-her father her brother or her husband.

patient-flow'r b111N I been believed that the hare never The rout of the world Joins In. the conspiracy of flattery that sends many l' 7r":' twP. "'" >?Ffu. tI'n.

Veil nigh li forgotten in your niche, r I closes Its eyes, and that Is one rea- a poor silly goose peacocking through life under the impression that she'sa '\
Who whispered| of this hour '( f son why it is chosen as the symbolof swan of royal bearing at the very least. For a good, sensible woman with A Desolated Street In Ferruzano, Showing the Destructive Effect of the' .;

Who lindo 1 1 bloom> a'{ / the moon, which always has Its no nonsense about her, commend me to the woman with brothers I Seismic[ Shocks on the Buildings of the Town. IIlIustrazloPI ;\.

In my ncnnt my you of city nun rAnd eyes open and sees everything that She's heard the truth about herself often enough, you may depend Itallana. .
atur my city 1110(1111 r goes on at night. Just how the rab- upon it.Mo "

5 ; bit error was introduced is not ? Do I like to hear 'the real upright and downright no-nonsense- A Rising Chinaman.An Tnlquo[ Door Hell.
and-ill known. It may have been all the about-lt truth? official report states that an- A most unique and at the same

.. P1 I fault of the confectioners, who no Well, er-a-yes, when I'm* feeling Just lllte it. other great man has arisen In China, time practical doorbell is the recent
/ doubt thought they could make
Bub, oh to-day without studying nature, and therefore candy At all other times I like to have tho people I love say to me in (rplrlt;, ono who, by his ability and his Invention of a Virginia man. As
"* lou' scent' lyre. Hondo sign ol Otto never learned that there "See hero, I love you so much, let's pretend I think you're beautiful ana< wise achievements, gives promise of being shown In the illustration the boll !sot
\Vlio' ciuito and went uwuyl S\ fl difference between was any. and charming and kind," and the first thing I know I'll be trying my hardestto a fit successor to the lato LI Hung- the push-button variety and la in
rabbit
a and
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Stoat, silent flow'r I be all the things we're "pretending." Chang. This new leader In the Celestial combined with the door-knob. Even

TrnnsllimrH, in your Inimlilo nlcho, m hare.The use of eggs In the celebrationof Why' don't men toll tho truth to women? Kingdom lu Yuan-Slilh-Kal[, who .
'lolil. Ho to you thin hOIll'l1n.oI'Y Because they dasscnt. not long ago was appointed presidentof

,; 1'ottla, in llurper'a '''eol
bol of creation and new life It is Pekln. He was formerly viceroy of (
@ @ Chlh-LI entering on the duties of the G) ;
easy to understand why this shouldbe @ '
office when that province was In disorder 'iJ
for every ono knows that all the
' and chaos. lIe the
grasped
: downy little chickens and ducklings
pIisedb. """, 91I
:5'a t'll: Our reigns of government with a firm
come out of eggs, as well as a multi-
40 : tude of other birds that don't lookso band, put down thieves and plunder-

:: pretty because they are In such ers of all kinds, and mado himself
a hurry to get out that they won't I National Short comings \ I reared and hated by all evil-doers In \\ 'm .

wait[ to put on their downy garments.The 1 that section of tho country. The good
0 egg had been used In the Jewish effects of his strong and righteous

Feats of the Passover, and when the n.. By Dr. Felix JVdler.
Chrtutlan[ festival of Easter established
was rU """" rr r'LNNNNi'a
Its use was retained with an

added meaning for It became the'' N my heart of hearts I am an optimist with respect to the v7
.
symbol of the Resurrection. 2 2 present and future of my country. But In turning to this

ASTER is the chief festival !- At first there was great disagree- TIiu Easter: lore onIIIN' Interesting H 2 subject I fancy you must feel very much as I do, that to beT

of tho Church, Rnl'' ment as to the exact day that should Family. M 5 a member of a people convicted in the eyes of the world of -J 't I

of courso, tho Little bo set for thIs great festival The gross evil, political meanness, business corruption, so much '

Men! and Women always Jewish Christians wanted to have It c t. ...4...<.* dwelt oh In the newspapers of the present day, Is like foci-
look forward to It with at the sumo time as the Feast of the .tY r 1 r: i Ing as the member of a family' that has a blemish on Its In the locate uurucat the nlgnt doorknob a caller and, havIng can-

pleasure. Festivals of Passover, but others: would not agreeto i...t.... escutcheon. You cannot go abroad and listen to the gibesof readily and pushes
4 done easily locates
,
some kind seem to be that, and the result was that for the Europeans, however little they may be Justified with so The bell Is placed
tho boll button.
Jury to all the members of the hundred of years different branches the same sense of contempt that one might have had. So there Is a grow- which is made
in the Insldo knob,
i race, big or little, and nothingbe of the Church celebrated Easter on ing feeling of pessimism among Americans as to our experiment In
for purpose.VashlngtonStar.
hollow tho
( more natural than that there different days. It is because a part A government.The .

|il be ono at this time of the of the Church did at ono time keep wuy to conquer this pessimism Is to work your way through it, :

when naturo Is waking up Easter at the same time as the Jew- and not shirk[ facts. There Is a disposition on the rart of those who know Ho Seat..
her long winter sleep to put on ish Passover that tho word "paschal" unpleasant' facts to gloss them over and [lifo To make a box seat you must
There has perhaps nevera Is now used In reference cither to That has not been the way of the world, things go wrong unless there are Who Is coming to tho front as China's two boxes just tho same size. Knock
time when there was not a Easter or tho Passover Tho questionas those who to It that they right.In .
ration of some kind at tho end to the -MiJ." Bernard New York:, in Leslie's deliberately see go greatest and most influential ono side off of one of the boxes. Cover
particular day on which Weekl '. the early days of our history we were the Joseph among the nations. statesman.
goods- ,
llnter, for must ) both boxes with some heavy /; ;
people express Easter was to be celebrated was discussed Joseph must have seemed an Intolerable prig to his brothers. In his ambitious is the best. Use
Bjoy In one way or another, even In Church councils and all There have been many curious observances rule became and denim or burlap
dreams he saw greatness which had not yet given any external evidence of speedily apparent, for the but
its only us the little girls do, the learned men ot the Church iu regard to Easter In ho the ablest and very small tacks corners
gaveIt Itself-"Behold. I saw my sheaves in the midst of my brothers', and their was recognized as brass headed
I at tho first signs of spring, their most serious consideration, which" hares and eggs -.re dying out, flown foolish about it most patriotic official In the whole for tho rest you can use
sheaves bowed to my sheaves. Ho was a boy to prate tacks. Then take the b' ,
(Invariably with ono accord getbelr until it was finally decided[ that while new ones are coming: but the but all the sane he was conscious of the stirlng of his aspirations. So In the empire. While !governor of Chih-LI qs
skipping ropes, which may Easter Day should be "the first Sun- custom of wearing now clothes Is he Instituted good relations with foreigners I
but all the same he was conscious of the stirring of his aspirations.[ So In the
been laid away and forgotten for day" after the full moon which happens one of tho old ones that la not likelyto and became popular with the
former half of the last century especially.We 1
i months. upon or next after March 21; die out. This practice has beenso natives as well. His advice was frequently
have no great leadership In politics or In other fields. The average
word Easter Is probably de- and If the full moon happens long and firmly established that
upon a sought by the Imperial gov-
'American Intelligence is high, but we have not the peaks! that flower!
|from Eastre, the name of the Sunday, Easter Day Is the Sunday In some parts of tho world there Is ernment, and some of the best edicts
needs leaders much
above the No country great so as a democracy,
goddess, of spring, and it Is after. No ono Is exported to under- a superstition that It would bring bad average. 'issjj.ed JjyJt.apesusgsstejlUyWBL...
.to Imagine that before our stand this except tho astronomers and luck to neglect it. Even II -therewere and In no country have they appeared\ less than ln bur democracy. The: .fnlae- !
He !
is for the decree
en ancestors were converted to mathematicians, who discover[ and no Easter festival the comingof Idea of equality, I imagine, has something to do with It. It Is a curious fact, mainly[ responsible tho traffic and
suppressing opium
:lanlty they used to ]rave a announce to the general public on spring would I probably always Americans are the most Individualistic and the least Individualistic Nowhere for the steps! taken to establish a constitutional .
[spring festival In honor of tho what particular doy Easter will fall create In tho human heart a longingfor In Individualism[ encouraged and nowhere so much discouraged. The government In China.[ The

es. With tho advent ot Chris- each year.Tho fresh raiment. American is filled with the spirit[ of enterprise; on the other hand, he Is less empire is fortunate !In having at this
the Independent than the Englishman. He would never assert bis rights when
same season, when all only reason for mentioning[ critical stage of Its affairs! so able
he has been ousted, as the Englishman; he is afraid of being singular when
suggests Joyous thoughts, this bewildering decision of the The 10talal'e11 of Africa Is estimated and progressive a man to guide [It 'and
: naturally be selected for the Church Is that It gives a hint of the at about 11,500,000 square miles, he steps out and resents that which others bear-tho crushes on the Subway, to shape Its destinies.-Leslie's 0
ll that commemorates the resur-' connection between Easter and rab of which Great Britain owns 2,173"I I' for instance. Democracy Is unfavorable to Individualism In this respect. Weekly.

of Christ. bits. It must first be explained thatV 91Q square miles.
.. @ @ @ .O
-- -- - A Royal 1'rcrogiUlve.

The King[ can do no wrong but

C<:>'-' there is one Innocent thing that no and on the front of the bottom box I

sovereign ever does-namely, to mal,,- same pretty design. Then put
k' v
B i Dl yCt.1 g. Tt7Pl.tfiWTlf, w; .}' : 1 Preventive Medicine stand with his[ back against the wall. hlnfi. too boxes, and there you

-. F J At the royal stand at Newmarket or have a -ut and shoe box which will
elsewhere his majesty Invariably make a pretty present.-Irwln A.
l By Sir Frederick Treves. leaves ample room for the personsto Rawson, In the New York Tribune. ;

.. ,p,... PMS behind him, so that he may -.--
escape having perpetually to reply[ to The most \voiu1orful, costly and

moo 1 e'a t: *++*++**o!* AM certain It Is safe to prophesy that the time will come their y&Iutatlons, which ho would be munificent garment In tho world la n
,t s 1 when hospitals for Infectious diseases will bo empty and bound to notice did those people pass tho state lobo of the Queen .of Slam[

Ssf 2'k :a: not wanted. I also look forward to the time when It will In front of him.-.......London Chronic which she wears about once a year. rk

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:= be as anomalous for persons to die of scarlet fever, typhoid, ;

.. cholera, and diphtheria[ [ as it will for a man to djo. of a.

a s : NtJt't"a' l ydl' .,sr k, trd "c" ++++++++ wolf's bite in England. Very little, however can be

*+:*+:****::+**:*::*t 1 done by the legislature but everything by the progress

*+*****++! I of medical science, and In a much larger degree by the
Intelligence of the people. We must recognize that the sayIng -

: that every one must eat a peck of dirt before he dies Is erroneous, and

see that dirt Is undesirable.[ Preventive medicine Is founded upon bard fact, F k 1 ti

prudence, and common sense. The mystery of the ancient doctor, hl\.use of

4 ry i le1 ; : 4 long names, and his extraordinary prescriptions are passing. away. Multitudesof U
shelves full of bottles which surround doctors are also passing away and

being replaced by simple living, suitable[ diet, plenty of sun, and plenty of

t : fresh air.' The fight of the present day Is against millions of microbes, and .

the weapons are sanitary regulations, municipal government, the sanitary b

k m' Inspector! and the medical officer of health.-American Magazine. 1 .

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4a Main. Objection to Gambling

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By Charles F. Dole.HE .

I- -1 supreme objection to gambling In all Its forms, whetherTIn

sport or In speculative business, Is that K works harm I QUAINT BUILDING OF THE J NAVAL Y M. C. A. AT CAVITE, P, I. _
I loss to society. As soon as any practice or cpnduct -From Laslle's Weekly.

found, to be socially hurtful, It thereby becomes wrong, -

i + whatever men may have thought of It before. Does not all Mixes Mortar QuicklyA construction from the hoe generally

a morality rise to consciousness through the fact of social very simple Invention of a employed for such, purposes. The :',';',
f jf advantage or Injury? Now the long and costly experience Philadelphia man makes It now posit blades of this hoe contains several f'r"

of mankind bears uniform testimony against gambling, till apertures. arranged In rows It will : .:'"

at last the verdict of civilization has become as nearly as bo obvious that the purpose of the ; ,

r unanimous as human judgment can be that It Is an Intolerable nuaance. It apertures Is to allow the Ingredient[ ,rpg,!!
unsocial form ot excitement It hurts character, demoralizes -r
Is a dangerous or ; being mixed: to pass through tbem.it
industry," breeds quarrels, tempts men to self-destruction and It works This affords an opportunity' for; th ,, h-

j jl special injustice to women .and children. We may not know precisely why several substances 'to' bo> 'qul k'. fl1f,1iiI b
,/ 4 morphine preys upon the nervous system and has to be labeled "poisonous. I worked together matting" L consld i> "" {ru'iJ

The fact Is tbe main consideration. So with'the stimulus or excitation of a able saving in time and labor,-/ 3 ..w./J/!

gambling. Grant that I' profess myself 'Willing to pay for my fup. The fun I Washington Star. ..1ft ,{/"

.Ut degrading:, like the prUa fight or bear baiting.-The Atlantio. I iT..'r' t$I
/ Cargoes; That Sailors r J".llk + p The Field of Sport ''
'.. Hall of. Congress. basketball According to the oPDloii[ jjf.art olds, 'i ,1
tom Brown concluded Its Ember, and 'i
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shell-back sugar pine.
Advocates ot ';woman suffrage made season, losing to Williams by 22 ,"i .i t
coffee three articles'OT commerce
are
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Senate, House '
argument before and to U. .
it t that the averageDayx'Jouas: > cadet ,
commltt el. No pitcher in the big leagues: stud- r
toot ", The 'bill increasing the pay of lei opposing batters more closelY I. -de +v4. dislikes. They: lUq t'wuO'nseai' ,'
----- ---- --- w officers ,.and enlisted men In the army than Christy Mathewson. sick.[ ,A plna- JMVfc" a ship and ,
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;' j tweet, ',.b ud,!sofa; y/nr; Y- .'-liliaB'? \,, waxeD"* gtorioiia. ies fur coius "Pardoner,-t"tme-ehrtUltl; *drmched> ; with\ \ was passed. There will be no betttlnj on the. ._ -;: +. 'tp gltately \J"" blt New tW! nkl1l* rWater.taltell ,
the '
M a th. type ot weulc bumanltYI'I h. Lod.e rto'rwiaDIM Readvllle.: trots thJ season. ) : t'
nt rqb'\; (ha gnrdcn in tin fuliitlithnii ,,: a nt.,dawn s.. moet.i-Oiiii w.udmngjR"saardanelnww n. ton.In.r all natjiijn. bringing spring tq'Yearly 'iiii's"alar! ervlcdBRtrthe United Btat.t Jb. aDd breeders decided to hold the R1"'t' i fflWS. wan.irosln i1l< 'U., .Sur.r"t il',
f"v '" 'f' 1'1" ? v. :, J--- t ;"" JIoo ii *.' t ''and Circuit without pool ejl-- ferment thetumee'cumlagryday .
; and
v > given tip IhV'Moiy' : One" 'e i,g, .b..III. nimio'iou'b;; ) growth' RtIoIIs! .ton! Jbrlngn -- -'> .>,nCsId) ... the Sen4ey. ; >tfjgV; <,t f ; races cargoes "
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o' wo. uo ked ot mon, end' L put? .toE '; **>'* :'i *' i"'J' ff**\J li.E om l.5"t-the'! er yi 1>e jxY&l)'.rJ w 0ndr. 1 H'ouO'i r wmmltEML/otii[ 'Natal }I.al"lIr,..hdohdaktng': and' night frwtj"thehold
I '... .:!, C' ;. j e" 4Ie.puake her JlllJlla Sff4l' ''lIb'-Ind..hdah' | voted, toss th. coiftruotlon of : .T' lit Harlem RelJatta' Association.of and' lmll "- nix- causes the severest hea >eeV Jt aA r L
>rton efilc-bloflmi"thRt!; ; ,tI l( ;. fhaitvoiy +v.,\.; 11 : ,;, ,3 pg4' eddn and g:'trnll"anc"Hm"- '.ttl"4jpI+t tlj: ..-Prell.rtQO'llittt ; New York>Clty. voted to.uk'for fI1fr1lf nch' fIestime than, for think ofBut coffee I
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FUR1JsH WHAT WHIiE"WD 1ST '
} From a Paper Read Before the National v ; :ToAVIZRY' .'

General Demand Weal Growers' Asaeclatlon. ''I trttsBf' vit.I D.nlm:1SermrVbmsaesptteaoauytmred
Dr. Kttne'Great NerveBestfltvr. ,A: ,McMIIXAwl
of the *Wea-InTanaed c( the Wori4 IIM Though historically ..brae, AngoraBests IU Clef TOM and a Method of Determlalnd. $3 trial by bottle and treads fins. .

YOUR HOlE always bora for a simple pleasant and Vetted were Stales first aearlr Introduced ball a century Ice the. Good from Bad Kxplalaed. Dr.H.B.KJ1_L L.881 Arch St..Phlla Pa. MOTHER ... -11:8.: ....*Vx_ytbau. sa. Adiatg;

Lead standard paint easier to forget a favor xiaix 'II
efficient liquid laxative remedy known It la only within quite recent White Is Ute It Is so much or-
, ago world. It Is
hale, : value; laxative. which physiciana could years they have attracted mrfch at"tentloa. mad.material by corroding all over the metallic lead Into than It is to forgive an Injury.

t sanction (or family UM because its component The progress. la this Industry a white powder through exposing it MACHINED
,WITHOllT'GUST has been mach greater acetic acid and
parts are knows to them te be alnce 100 to the fumes of weak DEEP CRACKS FROM ECZEMA.
thaa. daring the preceding period catbonle acid gas this powder Is then
\1' wholesome an] truly beneficial io effect mixed linseed oil.
\, In which Angoras hare been known ground and with Coed; Lay Slate-Pencil la 0.-
>, ''M' ItWPREMIOMS' Glweli. FREE.1Of acceptable to the system and gentle yet in this epontrr. recent years. having making a thick paste la which formIt Mends In Dreadful State'-Disease
sold for painting
.'' ,,';' ,, CARTOi! TOPS .nd SOAP prompt. In action.Io Indeed Introduced a new era in American purposes.Is packedand The painter thins It down Defied Cared Treatment by Cntlcunu for T Years

supplying that demand with it* excellent Angora husbandry.The to the proper consistency! for application
: ', WRAPPERS Angoras linseedOIL -I.... screma on my bands for about
now wide distribution of the addition of more
by
IVdlke FBO ji << combination of Syrup of Figs and throughout the Called States : seven years and during that time I badneed

: Elixir of Scoop the California lie Spup to several so-called remedies, together
'<,; I win eventually determine the localities The above refers, of course!
Lead only. Adulterated with pbvetaana' and druggists' pnecnptiona. -
20WULETEAM'PRODUCTS. Co. proceed alone ethical line and slice conditions for pure genuine White
i t possessing beat bad on my
t aad fake "White Lead. ot The disease was ae
on the merita of the laxative for iu remark- Angora husbandry. though the sno- which there are many brands on the bands that I could lay a slate-pencil in one

p 4 l BO'RAX 1 bueasw cess enjoyed tlr the Breeders of Tar market ta generally some sort of of the cracks and a rale placed earns tho

.) That is one of many reasons why as and the southwest Is"being wen composition containing only a percentage band would act touch the penal. 1 kept

repeated by the breeders of Oregon of white lead-sometimes no using remedy after remedy, and while somegmre Reliable, FlICk Engines Botl 4
,
.soncg'01'.0UJt' l'ItDOUHS.a.M" Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Seams is given and the northern States. Numerous White Lead at all; In such stuff. partial relief, none relieved as much Sixes. Wheat 8ep.retorarBIST
J', I TVefl-lnformM. rock chalk. andsimilar did the first box of Cutieura Ointment.I .
..d 11.bt -- W..4 the preference by the barytes or ground as
locks found throughout the RockyMountain I
... WNw are used to Cttticura andOintment
Soap
styes of
C.aaiH.Pti eye c.w4 .boo are made
waa* rbean substances a parcbaee In
; -c-; aw tmq. .. c.=-I yeti_T..ia arse"w. ,. 4 To get ita beneficial effects always buy districts of Montana Idaho. ;';"keh ka.dlmltale the appearans. and. my bands were perfectly' How many American women for this

the cmuuCacwred by the California Wyoming and Colorado=>, aad. too. of pure White Lead. cared after two boxes of Cutieura Ointment lonely homes to-day long and

.....vIn. C nelti xaba.a cars tame- Fig Syrup Co., only and for ...i.by throughout the "stnmpsge" district There Is, however a positive test and oae cake of Soap.were tued. W. blessing to come into their lives,

\=::"_a-.ar are o-w.- all leading druggbu. Price fifty eenU of Michigan and Wisconsin. where by which the purity or Impurity of 11. Dean, Newark Del., )Jar. 28. HOT." to be able to utter these words butbecause

.f,, .' ..I..er'rar.'i1b" wr oel.pd.R k: the Angoras are converting' the cub White Lead may be proved or et- of some organic! derangement -

=, .;:.w.a..w.r. :; per bottle. over lands from brooby wastes to posed before painting flame with will It. reduce You can't always Judge a man'sworth this happiness is denied them.
The blow-pipe this
: ==:t;... '::: worker than remarkably: fine grass and clover pas pure While Lead to metallic lead. It by his his bank balance.DOKT Every woman interested in IDIFKO TED SAW HILL( ClT.
Bettor that
day a day
a should know preparation
-. tures. SuKrtementlag the profitable .a supposed White Lead be thus tested subject Large Englnea and Boilers
.. 9'ddsetierbiar COnx:! HURT maternity is app
'w.spYA: dreamer. lead. THAT healthy
to for
reduces ORE
.. yield derived from the valuable fleece and It only partially '
..
-"' -ew pha.AP -- rid of tbe eoraquloklf of promptly. SMngle Mills, Corn MIla
r'. "Tw.Ma.it. meat and pelt of the Angora, advantage leaving: a .residue it Is proof that Stop the pain and get accomplished by the use
Circular Saws.Saw Tegth.P.tinl
BKTWEK2I THE Toad D
on COBXS there besides permanently. ABBOTT'S sur .a. ;

.. -:::..Tod t'aaow.eba.a,n.a wy>. .fvuq u.a Are often more palatal than the hard oa son Is being taken ot the animals browsingeharacterlaUC la sometatng White/ Lead.else was .max coax ..i"r will remove. any eora,bunIon LYDIAE.PINKHAI.rSVEGETABLE Steam Governors. Full line Cnsn| ..,

OS o.M.ti : top. A. OTTS* ur busies coax, rim of these The National Lead Company goal'antes or oalloos .pot without cutting bnrn- COMPOUND Mill Suppll_ Send for tree cuoParsons1 |

tar.Q.r..aaats.ClrW.atRtr.y.Lewp. ; will.....either.....d.u.-ll ssbttnloas.eo... other sections of the country sad all While Lead sold In pack- lag or "....,.C.. the flesh aad leaves no <

'.....t yrar-..naryS1 callous spots and Indurations of the akin."It In the few Missouri counties about ages bearing its "Dutch Boy Painter" soreness afterwards. Applied with a brand; Mrs. Maggie Gilmer of West .

cans to stay_NOL" 2$&. at'draggbts Kansas cay: It Is safe to say their trade-mark to prove sbsolntely pure mighty litUe trouble ate.at druggbuorby Union S. Cwrites to Mrs.Pinkham:

'll fer 4C.-.L, flEE eslait7A IsUooa or by mall. 1..Assor Co..Sa..........Oa work la reclaiming brushy tracts has under this blow-pipe test and that mall boa TBS Assort Co.,Bavaanab. Oa.Some .I was, greatly rundown In health rllNfogrugrY

win 1OIIO.udeS V-na fur nfMIUII added fully a quarter ot a million dollars you may make the test will yourself send free In from a weakness peculiar to my sex,

the assessed valuation of the boar own' home they that begins at when Lydia E. rfnkhnm' s Vegetable ....
to of the charity
PIPE DREAM. npoa request a blow-pipe and eTerr"lair recommended to me. It W era se were her 1 '
--Pacific toast! Baru Co, New Tert. 1 met her oa a car today.: She land on which they bare been kept. else necessary to make the are not always on the level. Compound restored was me to perfect health, .- a.aw..re are Dec ypIg..,

Many flocks of Angoras are BOW to test together with a valuable booklet not only -Aral- .aeaarorr' ..
ot
she's going to speed the rest mother.
I
n1. am a
delight
but to
y e... get Splendid Pr Middle Addre National Lead my
> oe be found In Sew England the os petaL a
mlBtn foe 100 Coupon -!-- the winter In Italy and atone the the Mtedtaippi Company. WoodbrMge Building New ,Mrs.Wtastow'kaoottung' Syrup for ChlUtmteethlng.softensthrgnmaredncesinnamnia Mrs.Josephine IIallof Bardstown, '

1.. lose,__.ntad ..y Ba... Carton SUB What do yon think of that?" States and throughout TTork. Ky writes: Pills
2lieabottls
'well colic ,
** sod Missouri. valleys as flop,allays peln.cure.wind
ley 4TOP. Bad Soap Wrappora.Vben I think women ought not to smoke "I was a very great sufferer from
v
In public."Washington Herald as la Kansas Nebraska O and throughout I the seller more and physicianfalled 111 r 1'1 'T .."-._..a.Y.la
band there Isat"ranch Some men are like gas meters; they I Fancy price please female troubles. my
r \ misery Is at the southern States. Pinkham's Vega bias *l tooo. 5.4 basely see
Jon can't help lying. 'than the buyer. to help me. Lydia .abi.aar direr a-.
: ,pleasure la remembering former The prevailing prices of domestic table Compound not only restored me t.
STATE or Omo. Crrr OW TOLEDO.I ? I'doo""..M b.tib.It.II.d.y.sl
;lor: ; Lvcas Cboirrr. IFaAXK **- mohair nave been steadily Increasing Piles Cured la S to.14 Dars. to perfect health,.but I am now a proud A. st bdr
bin
A t';
J.CHETKT Haakes oath that be h !__the last few years, due no doubt. 3. B. Ga..,,'.Sons,of Atlanta. Oa.,are Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure anyofltebinBhlBleedingotProtruding mother."
'*\ Itch cared U'3O saute br] VTooJfiBaaitaryl senior partner of the firm of EL J.CnctlT dt to the Improvement in the quality dID only raeeeestal Dropsy' 8peelall la the FOR SICK WOMEN.
l I .iUoau- KrwcrtaOa. Atdrugyala, Co..dome bmnneaa in tbe City; of Toledo ...d... See their liberal offer la adveruieMaat in I te 14 days or money refunded. don) FACTS
ailfirm of the American clip and'the Increasing Piles E. rink-
County and State; aforesud. and that la another column of this paper.A For thirty years Lydia
Some actresses look upon matrimony' wJl pay thennn of on RT/if' oaso DOly consumption and use of Uli.materiaL ham's Vegetable Compound, made Local DEPUTY Waal

Fyn, 'as'IIOrt'cf pr3Kresclr game. LABS that cannot for each be and cured every by the ear as of*of CATABBII Hau.'sCATAXBII A large quantity ot Texas woman's tears aud'a man's grin Success seldom comes to a mall who from roots and herbs, has been the

.. Ccxa. nASK Cnx.xrr. hair of alx months' growth which ordln&Rly Isn't expecting iLBIIUon standard remedy for female illsandhaspositirelycuredthousands GREATEST ProtactlTa and Bo neli
I borne makes a hasty gateway Order ,ever started. Over iO.ttt.
Free Cure for Rheumatism Sworn to before BM and enbeenbed hi my commands from 21 to 17 of berg Both men and women. Rs1pIEQUAL )

f'N Bono Pain praeoce, this 6th day of A.V.December.. ht.wo A. D.. cents was sold late last season at Dollar Gr.... women who have been troubled with OPPOBTl'SITIES with mSpeoples
lSIa.! .
HIGHER WAGES, LBMn
Y'A and Eczema SEAT.) .Notary l' ibUe. 35' cents a pound at the railroad A REMARKABLE MAX. Most remarkable... of the century. displacements inflammation,ulceration and 1MPKOVKD CO1DITIO1S OMy.

liaU'. ManrhCLrest.kenmtmnaUysad shipping points., :Many northern clips Good for three rounng crops annually. fibroid tumors, irregularities, \ NO RACK DISCRlillNATIOlt tft
y' Mute moo4 Bate(B.R B.J rareIkeMmcle .__ acts directly on tha blood' and B.coaa inn ,'. hair commanded Active and Bright Though Almost akutenarlaa sold backache that bearingdown :It to each male nunbtr! (1
eon K It__.... _. _... ...olioal faces of the nwt...... Send; for teHuaoniais. ot toll 7ea growth One Iowa farmer on 100 acres S3, periodic' pains, ltlb.i. : (to at child's; at
: ........ >tcoa.Iree 40 cents 800.00 worth of seed and bad 300 tons of Membership
a 4 MMUO. ry p tae free. F.J.t..SET *Vo..Toledo.U. prices ranging from 3( to ( feeling flatulency,indices OTHER BENEFlTa q
M a.wa e..d br B. a. B..e.e Sold bv all Dracmst 75c. bay bealdei. It Is immense. Do try it. tion dizziness or nervous prostration. to all honorable people alike. LEANRACB ,
pound
all MMe ....._.. I-ba Prics .s- .tv. a of 44 WallaceSt. ,
l. ....... a. ...... r-e..tb ...solard.weiia.e Take iLll's Famdy fills foe centi otioo. I The edibility of Angora mutton Is Shepard Kollock: ron lOc A.TD>> TIUS soncxsend Thy don't you try it? MEM AND EACH W6MKW OR
IX
..._. .._ I N. J Is a remarkable TIES WANTED LOOiU
ter_'< ;Gan a Red Bank. ,, to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., LaUraeee
erwtiMc BtooJ Bal_ CoL' AUaMa, Ca.DQUllEBPUnUCKSilSI. DURING THE TIFF. becoming more generally understood man at the age of 93. Wis. to pav etc. and Sirs. Pinkham Invites all sick AND Work PLEASANT after hours WORK.LIBERAL WrtU

and Us use Is Increasing as Is shownby For 40 years he was they will waif you the cnl.T original eeed women to write her for advice once for full particular*, eltctotinr;-
Mrs. Houlihan (..obbInd Borer the large numbers of Angoras catalog published in America with earn* she has guided thousands to for poatage. The I-I-IJ GRAno Ublla
of kldoey'troa.l. .
till th" before ,4 a victim of Billion Dollar ...... Macaroni '
saw ye day ma uaforcbnlt at the principal plea health. Address, Lynn, Mass. 1-L-O BLDO DAVTOB.1,11Lame
annually
[ () marriage! slaughtered .. and doctors Wheat, the sir miller mixer bainfou the
markets M.1SJ having been band- said be would never dry cod ruxunator, Victoria steps, tbe 20ca "
I Mok.lkl.r a...bv4 l.._ . .MI Mr. HouUb&D-AII' I often wlsht 7. led at Kansas city aloae In 1907 at be cured. "I was trying ton green food producer, Silver King ((1
l fti I kind wlu i h.__..ve Il ro a.T Leek hadn't seen me till IV day afthcr!- prices f Barley yielding 173 b... per acre, .u, etc.,
the current *
k 1 _cheap. V.._., but.allghUy below everything says
-JI i/-1 etc. ;
_
r Pack.
M7. essay boos for mutton sheep. v'P; Mr. Kollock but my And if you send lie we will add a package Sore as Sleepless I I" Was Cord

Randall! Bros., ATLANTA.OA.and altad, ECZEMA CBBBD. The tmsupplled and Increasing demand .PO back.... lame andweak of new farm seed never before seen .
.... John A. fishes! Seed Co. LaCroe
Atlanta. Oa.. well warrants by s. .
Maxwell. products
7. B. savsi r for Angora and every exertion sent a sharp '
Wis. A. C. L.
suffered axonv"with a severe ea. of eczema the keen Interest manifested In '
twinge through me. 1 had to get up
Triad six dlnereot remedies aDd was Minard's Liniment ;
GRAY'St In despair, .......a neighbor. told me to try this Industry and well jnstlOes the several times each night and the kidney Lots ot people look easy until you By
fehsptrtae's TKTTII...... After urfs action of the annually: Increasing number secretions contained a heavy sediment. I
r worth of roar TSTrsans and soap Itam of American farmers now adding Recently I began using Dean's try to do them.A V
tC .MOTHER completely........ I euaot asv too math InUs My: right arm and band were so lame and pained me eo with ftiV;t
lty.vlb.n.. praise" Tarr....".at or b, Angoraa to their present livestock. Kidney Pills with fins results. They rheumatism that I could not raise it to my bead to comb my hair if A\

et .'.:............ mall Mo. Boap lie. I. drag ..... They are found to be extremely profitable have given me entire relief. SPLENDID COFFEE. 101 had to bend over most double to comb it on the top of my '$ H
.. .
I ; -'_ T.w..u..f Dent A.Bavanaab, Oa. animals beneficial to the average Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a boa bead; they pained me at night so that I could not sleep very good. V"'

d thn, err..' .\ M.rM.:;.. ::.;!irn. D"i"S e'r pasture and In no way detri- :Foster-3Lllburn: Co.. Buffalo N. Y. r..Lo- Possesses Fine Flavor Superior I used a number of remedies for rheumatism, but none did me any ":") 1iii

t..., ....bd raga A boon companion la seldom looted mental to other stock. la the aggre Quality, and Perfect Parity. good until I tried Minard's Liniment; then I got help and now I {?*;
-=.._ r OLYaT1t0.LaRp: L YA13'08) upon as a boon by tie family of the gate'many additional thousands ot Sooner or later the chronic kicker won't be without/ ht the "house.' It will do all you claim for it, I 114 r.-

iw man he associates ..11.h.If II will gets his foot Is It. We are pleased to call the attention" of and I find it good for headaches and sore throat, too. I can't 'THE;
Angara goats will be so kept as oar readers to the splendid sienta ofLCXIAJIXB
has done and brother
thank for what H for me
you enough my
A aCICNTIFIC TRCATMCMT FOR also a much greater number on the That Dry Hacking Cough ; firm Corns, tbe RsiLT-TATIXS., put: up by that Co.enterpnauur of- has used it on J his back and limbs and got great help from it. f.

Ajr: Wr.h'l Drags Cigarette and Tobacco Habits. western ranges, and thus will make needs attention. Ask your druggistfor Krw Orleans This coffee/ is of fine flavor, He's seventy-one yean old. I gave one of my neighbors come
: I { possible the substantial development Browne Bronchial Troches which evpenor; quality, and perfect pnnty. It te and she says the same as I do. Yours truly

; ,-. .\; "" ... '" AtaoKE re>e1U E n4 or 1iEIlTB IItXBA118T10X. Admbilatendb of n livestock industry in the United will quickly relieve the enogh.Thrnerer'iaTotodun blended and prepared according to the
: '-r. .. II: BpedaUxu 't1Io! thirty Tears. Correspondenoa eonndential.Tne > rretiresfold methods employed by the beet Creole cooks MRS. EMMA M. .WOOD! !
: 11.. Only'ee lcy InsOtaM tStSia fc tate5 thatjve for more JDaD fifty yean, and when you,

,. .. ..--- ,: 229 Woodward Ave., ATLANTA, GA. from the bushes.-John W. Fulton. a ma0'uho "drink CcziiXXB: you an OrIdDI.famoaa drinking a cones Enfield, Mass t;"W""' ,1
made New
that baa
Helena Mont owes you a grudge. !
world........ What makes this the beat A special bottle sent freD on req..e.&. Mlnsrd's Liniment )If,.Ox, MFramiDdham
-n_ is need for Garfield Tea when the coffee for' the family of moderate neane lathe Max .
An Irish Answer. abn M sallow, the tongue coated, and whenheadaches fact that it has twice the etnasth of 1P' 'I

"Secretary Cortelyou was discus are frequent. ordinary coffee, requiring only half ti.aryl .,.,, I
tbe making. and its
quantity in pnee -
slag/ said a New Tork broker -a The average woman Is vain enoughto is .very moderate, indeed; eonadenni. ita
Question of finance during the panic quality it is the moat economical of any on
IheSecret believe that he isn'tWhat
He broke off to tell a story."He the market. sale
Luuaxns has a tremendous through-
said he was reminded ot Ute Causes Headache, out Ibo Sovth. lore than fifty orders for

Irish farmer on the way to the cattle from October to May, Cold are the most carload Iota averaging 30.000 Iba. each. .
fai '. frequent air of Headache Laxative have been oiled within the peat y<....
Brano Quinine removes ca_ & W. Coffee bang the moet important article
<'Where are you going my maDr Grove on box. xje.: of food on tbe breakfast table, it is well.

said an English .tourist, atopping Ibis to have the very beet to be obtained. That f
Of good health is a well ordered liver. agriculturist. In looking out for No. 2 a widow is why we commend. to brand.Notvithatandinc our.readers this I .Mots rot.AT ALL IMICE.

NUBIAN TEA.brings immediate "To Walerford fair, your honor,' looks out for No. 1.HAD I splendid! aad satisfying iu high grade I MKMBlVorTMr.VaMllT, ,

relief. Cures tendency to constipation was the answer."The .. many beautiful presents are given away MIN"*L.BOYS Offffom WOMEN.era.MISSC8 and: AND CNILDRde.r ': I

M and restores normal conditions. Pleasant to take effective Englishman looked approvingly KCZE3CA'IS TEAKS.Mrs. purchasers of this splendid coffee amply faadvertwe iii-em-$2.50.S.OO-+ $rc:: :
it. The la can.
and leaves none of the bad results of calomel and other at the heifers the other wu .Thomas Thoorpson.of of ClarkrvUl 39 llO'i "1 tells you all about coupon it.Alwava every a.1r' ..,.-. asosrs1y .'. ".. -Q '
.
writes aader date April
,
Oa.
of driving. call for LunATOa: when you auo.ar 11# ...,_ weep 1as5p. and 9,
remedies. Proved by the experience twenty years .......
violent ottered 19 with .ttaC amma;
.,
: years coffee.Multiplying. --- .... efAwe.O.Leolglat4LOdZ66IlFOggStoegCanalaitEI.t .
to be a most valuable liver regulator. Thousands testify "And bow much do yon expect tn had tin best doetors to prescribe; bat aoth- buy ........,.._frd tj W '
J, get for your beasts at WaterforJ Ing die me ivy good until I got' varrssna.It
'; ri'io to its efficiency. Read the following: fair? he asked eared me. I am so tbasiraL" her words seldom adds aitdNAaJPIb. ..IIr.... 't

"Lodowicl Ga.-It to the finest medicine I ever' saw, and a Tboeseads of others eaa testUy to atnllareons. "l.-. 'i .- aM Q.
M' 'Sure, an' If I get :S a bead I to a woman's popularity. k_ : T -- ""
all Tsmaxss to sold by dragglats orsees br r..r.ddw.
I '" big aeller. It takes the place of calomel and yy. h DOYiL+a. Mrasee.
*
\. other C. J. McDonaldh ." shan't do badly, sail the Irishman. by stall for too. by J. T. Baurraxss.
purgatives.
: Manufactured "Ah, that's a sample of your coun Dep&. A. 8araanab,0a.A .
;: All deafen soil it. by; PUTNAM D'Y'i\
FADELESS
'
!, try; aid the Englishman severely ,
: SPENCER MEDICINE COMPANY round steak Is good for: a square
t Take those heifers to England andyou'd
meal. -jaaaa: r a-sasi-'a-a 0,. tea .shyer.solo.. s11 alma 'toys dr. sad ae here u..eat arp
It Chattaisega T.... average :14 a bead for. _.- BopMp.5w So yti $le. sad ale Coto. % Mlst1 Cu.. ;stab .
..
"t' .... ..
"The Irishman laughed.
:\l" A "'Just so, yer Honor: he said, 'and
;
.,, If yes were to take the Lake of KU a ,
i 1
;"' ,vr- guinea, a drop.'"Washington Star


.; $1>/", .' No. .ouuccaa
v.,:- 'kit who does D think well. of other If people ate more fruit they'would Meet likely, to,Follow]Proper Eattas '

.'\ ;.. > seed lea medicine sad have better '
'!" o.Jy Ose'Bromo Q.Waer' .r
,. ,.p,aa. ill .Lualift B_ LooII health. There la aa old saying that As old age advances we reqatn Don'tNeglect ij
.! ..tb..natan of & W. -. U'" the fruit la golden to *he morning; and leas food to replace waste, and food .

'. ..\ 'Aw dd.yer t.t.ra.Cold ia 0...Da.r.. -g6. leaden at nlcbt. .A..a a matter of fact that win sot overtax the digestive organs ,.

': '. ; ., It may be gold at both ttm... but while supplying true nourish. i.

ti t, : .-r to work rot'noii'; iiig than then It .bould.be eaten on an empty meaL .

(io playa loUag (am nomad nod not .. e. deeaert. whoa Such.ai.Ideal food,,it fond ta Your1 r
_
"' the appetite .. satisfied and dlieetloata Grape-Nuts, mad. of whole wheat

greedy aoffldently taxed. aDd barley by long baking and actloa :: .

>OAPUDINE"slip Trait taken Is the morning before of diastase: la the barley whichchanges J'

(' 'I the fast of the night baa been broken tb. starch Into sugar. CMSLIVER
.
.,. ',CURES1i': ;;i'CIlIC la very ref tlbbac. and It serves as a The phosphates also placed up wn- '.

r.w. stimulus to the dJceeUve .A- der the bran-coat of the wheat, are .
.... ...._.r ornaaa. : t- '
..... ..10...a... ripe apple or an orange may be taken Included la Grape-Nats but left out ; :t." : f.Wlien .
!fi'
=::. M ::...- :-Brea.- Glop at this time with good effect. Fruit of white flour. They are necessary f

to be realty ralnabl aa an article of to the building of -brain and 'nerve -
"' -
..1et..1IoaId: be ripe '--.....aa4 .In eeUs. '. y

1Pr, every way of good qaaUtj. .sad. U -I have ned Grape-Nat- write 7ou-lgnore torpid ,liver.,' it'c&ln; endanger your life JD.monfrW
nSY5 asx Iowa man..for 8 years aDd feet aigood l.y
possible. It should be eaten raw.. any other organ of the body It
,461, c and am stronger than I was, toyears .. can reach you through the stomach in
of ham
Instead: of esdlag:a plat. geatioD and 0 by

,y _I yaj e is:IR a row_not aaae or ... aDd bacon for breekfaat. moat ago.1 a..o.'It yearn old racking dyspepsia. It'can turn your blood into'venom .thrO
'I..p"'do_ TriaI__ aDd attend to my badness every day." ,the kidneys. It can afflict .
__ MDr. people! would do far better If they g ears B you! with: all these and more at
"Among my'customers I meet a :one timbrin
wow took, some grape.'pan or apple- on biliousness"
.i. rn+b ar' freak trait aa tone aa It la Io'be bad man every day who to M :years old con.etipation,.o' nervousness, ;headache;
and !aching'l
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SERYkE hat ID tkeJrereakfaat..women, .wooldgenerallr ears they go fine together..' ::. :... o#: ;Se1i'and bowels to be rid of the :cause of the ,8 the lorce the stc
A feel brteMer Lad stron trouble
: .er. ) just rt
"Tor many years before I began toeat I 'cines of this nature do time; but III .
and would bare tar wetter'' not
coenptesless ;give '
Drape-Nuts I could not say that I permanent help'and often

apd d'f I ..tham... -ta- the-rale- apreeat. enjoyed: : life or knew what It,wma to : a more depleted condition.y;.r_, -. ", leave...the.. system'" ]

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LOCAL SYNOPSIS. Brill Read tlano! -
has
just received a good lot of Tuning ad. .
/ new CITIZENS' CAUCUS. ...a i i..
Hosiery.
We clone
for
DKEKTSDepartment the season in a few SBateson'e I. Not enough orders last week: to .

IIK IMPORTANT HEWS ITKMH OF "McBride's Market" for fine cuts of Curio. Biz Crowd at the Court House warrant a visit. Do better and Wade
tu Store meats. Phone 8. Col. Frank W. Pope was here from I will work: In DeLand next weeks Bend
THE PAST WEEK. Best Jacksonville this Wednesday Night order to Mrs. Swift's.
thing in mosquito canopies-the week attending court,.

"Perfection," at J. F. Allen & Go's. Judge J. Lee A citizens'
MoCrory made a pro I mass'meeting Wall held at I The
(EVERYTHING TQ WEAR TO EAT Loc.l .ad S....l.ty Item for the PcopU'sPaper Mr. fessional visit : the court Marsh Market.
TO USE \ \ W. B. Hatch and family left the to Jacksonville the mid< house Wednesday night to
...Brlol Mention of Pot, a.s.Sa latter part of the week for the summer die of the week. nominate candidates to be voted for for: If you want the choicest outs Meats

' by our K.nort... home in Michigan. .Don't wait until it is too late to ge) city offices at the election to be held in eave Beef.your Mutton orders and with us. The beet of

1\nis is the season to look for bargains. : : .tteaa oar aa. Grasp the opportunity your SUDDlles at Butcmnn'a Pnrlrv- ----. Th--a; May. While there was a'big'orowd Chops Sausages Pork Hamburg; Roasts Steak and

, -, Wade the Inner. Orlando. and buy while things are cheap. Dreka's chance only comes once a year to saner!I present there was no contest for any ol fresh and salted Hams Breakfast Bacon.
"
I goods at these prices. the eto Courteous attention
Department Store. offices except for that of mayor., and prompt S
Dr. Mellette's Remedies
!' at Allen's.Brill ,Mr, A. V. S. Smith whose Mr Clarence G. Hesse, as announced delivery. -
U boyhood a
pretty line of Ladies' Wash Skirts in selling/ Curios at specially low the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Oelsslnger left days were spent at DeLand now with short while ago would be a candidate, Marsh Bros.OSTIOPATHY .

: At a Oreat Reduction. I I price. home latter at part of the week: for their, the law department of the Florida East and be and his friends made a stiff,

Go to Dreka's. Department Store to Philadelphia. i Coast Ry Is here from Jacksonville at fight before> Wednesday night's canons. .

Plain get your new Easter outfit. LOST-From wagon to Daytona Friday tend Court Mr. Reese baa been a resident of De- Dr. J R -
White
Moseley of
and Checks in Pique and Duck. tenth, bundles graduate the
You will find the biggest bargains in of carpet. Liberal The Hayward Agency sold the Bron- Land only a few years and made a Klrksvllle School of Osteopathy, un
White and Brown Linen. souvenirs at Bateson's Curio reward if returned to W. C. Cannons' son house on east Rich avenue this Rood fight/ when his opponent was der the founder of the Science.

' livery.Mr. week. This is Archie Wood, one of the Office-The first floor of "
't .$ Skirts now $ .98 $3.00 Skirts Prompt attention given your orders at property a very desirableone most popular the Carrollton ,
now $2.48 "McBrlde's Market." Phone 8. Sam Gordon is now meeting the and when the improvements contemplated I. young men of the city and a resident of Hotel, over O. A. Dreka A Co.'.
J! GO 1.19 8.50 2.87 Coast trains at Orange City with his shall have been made will be DeLand nearly all his life. dry (roods store 1 '
Mr. John B. Oduin Hours-0 to 12:30: and 1:30 .
: to 5
was at the county anto very valuable.Mr. Hon. or by
' transferring to and James W. Perish,
:2.00 1.65 4.00 "' 8.87 seat from the north end Wednesday passengers presided MS appointment. Phone 188.
from that place Macon Thornton the Ormond. chairman of the canons and Dr. G W.

1.98 4.50 U 8.79 Mr. W. T. Woolley was at DeLand Hon. A. T. Pattillo candidate for tax candidate for the legislature spent Fisher secretary. DR. S. R. LOVEOSTEOPATU
from Glenwood the first
of the
-- week. assessor was in town from the south several days in DeLand this week in Hon. Cary D. Landis nominated Mr.

WoOlen Dress Goods at the Following Reduction: Try our howe made bologna and pare end the first of the week In the interest the Interest of his candidacy. You will L Wood for mayor and Mr.:'I. N. Page

farm enaaage "McBrtde's Market." of his candidacy. find him a fine gentleman, genial and nominated Mr. Hesse. The vote was QradMtc AMKHK'At: SCHOOL Or O8TEOP1TB
t .65 the yard Phone 8.Don't. Mr. J. pleasant to be with. He will by ballot and was as follows: Klrk ,lll,, ...
now $ .47 $1.25 the yard now $ .08) W. Gardner left Wednesday try to visit
t.1& U forget to come in and for most of tin precincts of the Wood. ". ... .. _. . . 105 SO New York Ave. 6pPoiii! coiiw ins ...
: .57 1.50" 1.19 see our Kentucky. His family will go to county before I. Hease . .. .. . .. . ... 6J Office Hours: 10 to IZ a. m. 3 to 5 p.
11:00: u" U' .78 new Easter millinery. Dreka's Depart- the Blue Grass State when the University the primary. He wants to meet as For councilman Messrs. Z. T. Bielby 10., or by appointment. Tel. 200. 'f. '
' ment Store. and public school close June many of the people of west sa side he
-- 1st. and S. B. Wilson, _ _
present Incumbents, ---- --- -- ----
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burgess returned Mr. J. A. Erickson returned Wednesday can before the primary election passes. and Mr. A. H Woodall succeeding Mr. 1l

150 Men's Summer Sunday from a trip to St. from the coast where be sold a Mr. Thornton is and has been all along Wood ward, were elected practically
Suits to be of
150
Disposed opposed to
: Augustine.Mr. piano, several organs and a nnniber of any division of the county r; without opposition,
...... :that the condition does though several '\
T.OSuitB Marion Cansey, the A. O. L. i sewing machines for his music house not warrant It. others were voted for.
now $4.08 $12.008uits now $8.75 and as a representative of the
agent "at 5eyillewa. at DeLand on business here.Mrs. he would lend no support to such county a E. D. MoLeod for clerk, '.7. W. ,.
8.00-M ( tOO 13.50" 9.48 Monday. O. M. BoldeD has recently measure in the leeislatnre. Gould, treasurer and G. A Dreka, mem

W 7.08 15.00" 11.25 Sunday is Easter and at all the De- purchased through the Gould Agency Mr. Leon M. Wright E E, Is visit ber of the Board of Public Works were i

Land churches there will be beautiful the Powell lots on west Michigan Ave ing his parents Mr\ aud Mia. Berlin H. nominated as their own successors without <;

-':- Easter services. where she expects to build a home in Wright of the city Mr Wright baa I opposition.
the near future. just received> his discharge/: from the U. The present Citizens. Committee f
We are closing out onr line of Mr. Mont Cone a sterling democratof 8. Navy. He was chief electrician and] was
Mrs. Jowltts Miss II. and continued without change in its
any
Savary wireless
t the Tomoka precinct was in town operator on the cruiser Chica \
I/ ; W L. Douglas Tan Oxfords for Men the first of the week. Miss A. Shaw who have had rooms I go. He has seen much of the world i personnel. ."..
with Mrs H. Carson since December and received au honorable discharge These city caucuses for naming the '
Bon. E. W. Bond one of the candidates I In the three and half :
last left yestersday for their home In one years he has city oftioiala are non-partisan, and have TMp 'I;
for the legislature, was in town served on the Chicago be has traveled:
South
$3.50 Tan Oxfords now $2.48 from Lake Helen Tuesday. Carver. Mass. j i about ((11,000 miles and visited the been In vogue at DeLand for years to II

- --__._ .. .. __ _____ h.____ __ ___ _._ The valuable. corner lot Boulevard [ principal Booth; American. Mexican the entire satisfaction. of oar people. _,*- hl
Quite number of the I Alaskan and ,. ;:;-
a county people and Voorhis avenue was bought/: this Central American port --- cf
have been at DeLand this week attending i This; ship! was at San Francisco at tbe The Circuit : tIt i r
?Anice line of Ladies' Black and Tan the session ol toe week by Mr. J. J. Till's through the time ol the Instruction of that city, and Court.The -: .' &" % "',.
Circuit Court.
Hayward Agency. Two fine houses are t for considerable time all'messages to spring term of Voluaia County 'f
Oxfords at a Great Reduction The trackers are shipping the new to ba finished thereon by Oct. 1st. I I the outside world passed from his Circuit Court convened Tuesday with

spring crop of Irish potatoes from the Mr. and Mrs. Bradford and children, I' pleased hands. with Mr.Florida Wiight and i is the very much Judge Minor S. Jones presiding. :
climate.
Was $3.50 now $1.73 muck land. aronnd Lake Louise at Se- who have occupied the pleasant home I and will visit several cities wltb the A grand jury was organized to investigate '_ ) .<:

vllla.Mr. of Mrs. Isabella Coulter west New i view of locating before going North for the killing of a negro at Oak

Townsend and family who occu York Ave. for the winter, leave to I the summer:, Hill and one or two other cases; and it .
I
.
Was $3.00, now $1.39 pied the home of Mr. S. D. Jordan for morrow for the Pennsylvania home. ___ Is still in session

-.-------- -. -.--- -- the winter, left Tuesday for the Northern Dr. O. W. Fisher has entered the,: Death of Thos. R. Webb. The case of U. M. Bennett vs. Keat. I' '"\

home. race for county commissioner for this, 'I! Mr. Ihomas R Webb, after along I ing, wher e Bennett sued Keating for J

and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. maDe spent Sunday DeLand district and he is in the race illness of Brl bt.s disease died Monday $500 services and damages in netting up I '.
Staple Fancy Groceries last last at his home on New Vork a wet and dry petition in
Wjil., ,at Seabreeze, starting across at to a finish. You will find his card in in his filth; avenue, this county a ,
S in the morning an4 returning at IIID The Record's/ announcement oolumn. year few year ago.terminated by jury trial
"-- I I Mr Webb had been a resident of De- Wednesday In "
the verdict for
evening a Bennett.
/ ,
lay Grain Box Haterial Mr. W. W. Alcott Land ninny years, coining' here from In ,
returned
Orange Wraps | Tax Collector Perkins Smith was the first i I 1" liana, and was a citizen highly respect- The Conrt Is at present trying the ,
of the week from Tallnlah Falls, Ga..., I'ed and beloved by all case of Alexander Howell va, the East
' .... over from New Smyrna the fir3t of the oar people. He "
where he has leased a 15-room boarding had held positions of Coast Ry., sent back
: week, meeting many county democrats i( many trust during i from the Supreme Copyright 1908 by
house his residence
for the at DeLand
coining summer i was a pi'omi- Court for another trial.
Phone No. 77 attending court. The Melrose closes during May for lea.on'j the I Dent !\lall..o. member of the order: of Hart Schaffner & Marx 1
r S.A.; DREKA { Woodmen --
& CO. : of tbe World -
The candidates tor the officesare Independent
county summer, a"d June 1st he and {
fawily go Order of Odd Fellows and Ancient Or Mr. E P. Snnberg of Fargo N. If You're Waiting
_1\1}\ putting up their assessments to the to Tallnlah Fall to open the summer I der of United Workmen For tbe three Dakota, the senior member of tbe firm

.. . . . t . .. . . . . . It j 1 to County Committee to have their$ names resort house. I first nawed be was for years cleric. He II with which Mr. J. Ii!. Heard. is associated for special invitation
-,-' printed on the official primary ballots. Cash in fall on adjustment Is the carried an insurance policy of"42,000' in In a .
was town last
the last-named order and $1,000 in tbe Friday. H,Sand
Orange growers visiting: the way the Liverpool & London & I to come and '
county Globe Woodmen of the World ID favor of Mrs wife have been on a trip to Cuba see our
seat from all sections of the county re Insurance Co. pays losses Only one Webb. and different
of clothes
'r.' parts Florida, and new here it
;i ;: port that they never bad a better pros other company in the U S. advertisesto I The funeral services. were held Tuesday -I stopped over here for ,
a
day
giving Mrs.
pect for a fine crop of fruit another sea pay cash without discount. On afternoon, from the home. Rev. B Heard the is. We're "at home"
pleasure of
HINTS TO THE AFFLICTEDA B Knapp. of the Presbyterian church a short visit.
son.Mr. I I April 1st the dwelling of Mr. Geo. Hill conducted the services at the home, They report Mr. Beard In /good Health any'bu !ness day:

John H. Hibbard, who ia yet of (Clenwood was burned, and on April then the) :Masons took charge and conducted and 'u
!
llth the draft in the services we snow you
full at Uakdale -
settlement cemetery
with
a large lumber was received -
A few are Ruptured and are not wearing a truss, Lakeland manufacturing I at the Wright insurance Agency. accompanied by tile members of: Hart Schaffner &
company near as its bookkeeper the W O \V., Odd '
and a few are making the old truss do even though Fellows ciudalerge l
, was here over Sunday last visitIng Air. W C. Cannons announces his candidacy number of citizens Mr. J, FAllen Marx clothes.
Hit not quite satisfactory. Hernia is too serious a his family. this week for comminiioner waa funeral director. It waa one of the
"" natter to be neglected; sickness and suffering come Next Sunday morning will be held an ; of this the second, com I11lsi Exquisite litrgeat, funerals floral]ever decorations held at DeLand. SHORT DRAWERS

: i fast enough with the best of care; a truss should be Easter service in the Presbyterian i sioner's district. Mr. Cannons, in sending brought by friends. The pallbearerswere were WASH TIES

, ; "f worn as soon as the hernia Is known to exist butdon't church. A special program of music i in his announcement, states that Messrs. J. E. Alexander Lee Morris THIN SOCKSWALKOVER
has been prepared by the choir. All his contract with the county for the .and O. B. Webster, from the Odd
select one as you would any other kind of Fellows' lodge> and Messrs W. C. OXFORDS
'r .t' merchandise. are cordially invited. hard'surfacing/: of the DeLand-Ditytona Watts B. E. Prevatt and U. W. Kllck-

: 1 Hon. R W. Davis who numbers his road will have ended by January 1st er, from the W. O W. lodge.In dl FOUNTAIN'SEXCHANGES.

&It you need a truss, you need the best, with the friends by the thousand in Volnsla official next the duties.time a new Board begins its and his death we have lost a good citiZen -
neighbor. Surviving him .
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are --
will deliver ------
county ----
t best advice, together with the best fit. These of the literary societies an address of Stetson beforeone I Judge George C. Bolles was at De- Wood!Mra Webb, of this; two plaue daughters and Mrs.Mrs.Harry H. G T.

![are three important facts to you. daring the coming Commencement. Land from Miami over Sunday last. Howard,of Jacksonville; and a son, Mr. -. *_ ; _
v visiting his friends here. fie is a Charles Webb, to whom the sympatny .
A change schedule ou the Florida graduate of the Law Department of of onr people goes out in the aflllction
We have a Truss Department. We guarantee East Coast By. went into effect last Stetson, and Is having a nice tnat has come over their home. I nand fl I J and
14, Tuesday. The DeLand mail for practice around 161311(1 Parties wishing to exchange: Floridafor
iatisfaction or refund your money via coast down ia Dade county. He is also a in a Northern property, should see us.
points Orange City closes
now at
it candidate before the Card of Thanks. few
primary for months hence We have
Dumber of
a exchange
good :
WE FIT YOU FREE AT "THE BUSY CORNER" 0,60; a. m. instead 0110:20 as heretofore. Supervisor of Registration of Dade Mrs. T. R. Webb and family wish be you propositions on onr list.

/ Messrs. Ed Smith of Daytona, O. M. and he Is having the beat wishes of De- their friends who (gave such kind assistance may glad.
Allen of Oak Hill. Bedford Jonps of Land friends for success during our recent otHlotion and We offer a o.acrelrolt farm under '

2> Store DeLeon Springs candidates for the The County Democratic Executive bereavment to know that we are sincerely Surely, DeLand Is pros- cultivation near Grand Rapid..,

, gaiien'8 rttG office of sheriff were at DeLand several Committee held a session here Tuesday. appreciation grateful to those Also whose to express sympathy our perous. Florida Mich., value $4,000, in exchange: for

days this week mingling with democratic They appointed the Inspectors and was shown by tributes of beautiful property) -
voters ia attendance 1I0>wers. We have a list of Also. a desirable residence
Next to the Posioffice DeLand Florida. upon court. clerks to serve as election managers/ at properties prop.

Judge Stewart announces this week coming primary. The list Is published I I such as houses, lots'; erty in Zanesville. 0., to exchange

bis candidacy for the office of Judge of elsewhere in these columns. At the Resolutions on the Death of orange for Florida property worth from
groves, peach orchards $3,000 to $3,000.Flve.acre .
the Criminal meeting Dr Fisher
Court of Record over resigned as secretaryof Mr. Thomas R. Webb.
which be has presided with signal the committee and Mr Noel B, etc., that you country place with

1111: (<:",:",)903:1)o':)) 1!>: :-- ":"':IJ'': O& iec: "' caaaa: : : : ability for yean and he will probably Mintreville elected to fill the vacancy. CYPRESS CAMP, NO. 13, W. O. W, should see. small house, near FitiRerald, Ga.,
have no opposition to his nomination The committee attended to minor Whereas, Our beloved brother and for similar property in Florid.

DeLand Pressing: Club *nd election to this office. details as to holding the primary. by fellow the inscrutable member Thos.wisdom R. of Webb Almighty] has. Call and get a Bulletin. A fine orange grove property with

Rev. B. B. Knapp, elder Alfred How Judge J. L. Doggett and several God, been taken from our midst after good house, near DeLand, to exchange ;-

t'J 75 North Woodland Boulevard ard Mr*. Knapp Mrs. J. W. Rose- employees of the Atlantic Coast Line a painful and lingering illness lasting E. H. HAYWARDReal for St. Louis property.

borough. Mrs. J. W. Smock and Mrs, Ry.. were at DeLand first of the week. for many months; be it resolved that If yon wish to buy. sell.
(Over Kru.. Bicycle Shop) we, the officers and members of Cypress I Estate and Fire Insurance.No. .
m Charles A Miller of the Presbyterian JUdge Doggett came to represent the Camp W. O. W. tender to the I exchange or rent, sea

\l j, church of this place left Monday )last Coast Line in a suit brought against it bereaved family and relatives our 37 DeLandS.

to attend the St. Johns Presbytery insession by a negro who had. several fingers heart-felt sympathy in their sad bereavement Boulevard Fla.I I Gould Brothers Agts.
leaning:, Pressing and Repairing: Neatly at Orlando this week. mashed off in an accident. on the road. Brother Webb has been -

[Done WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. The suit for damages was an efficient officer of our camp for --
and brought
I Wen. and Mrs. J. A. Scarlet, who many years, having served nt clerk in
, .
have passed the winter out on their tnrongn toe campiamant's. attorneys, an ,exceptional and faithful manner. r:::;:::::::..-:..::::.::. '.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;;::;;;;;::;;::::::
grove north of town leave next week Messrs. Landis & Fish, and was to have His loss will be keenly felt by us. ,

< live Our Special Attention to Cleaning and for Atlantic Beach, where tbey spend a been t tried at this term of the Circuit Resolved also, that a copy of these :
Court, but the case resolutions be spread on the minutes.
was EASTER
week compromised
at the GREETING
Pressing Ladles' Skirts and Coats. palatial Continental before by the attorneys Monday. Signed on behalf of members of q
proceeding to Cincinnati. They both Cypress Camp.

have improved In health during the Spanldlng'K Base Ball Guide the M! G. BURTON And everything the it F
on
winter. official publication for the National W. H. KLICKER '

'3 J. F. McCORKLE, Propr. The electric lightpower and ice plant Leagues/: contains in its current number GEO. E. ACKROYD, : sprout. Same way with us i i
of a fine group of the John B. Stetson Committee. -our
ibis
and
:JI place The College Arms : I
: hotel team. and they show up splendidly -
are to be Incorporated. notices of the pictures of BV JOHNS LODGE NO :37, F. A A. M. GROCERIES It
same are now running in The among several of the -
Record
national WHEREAS Through/: the operation of will
teams the please
same number and
ine Bceison estate owns most ol toe con be you a very if
inscrutable
'1 Proclamation.: DeLand W. C. T. U. "stock though Judge Isaac A. Stewart tains. Mr. W. A. Allen made severs) cRlIed nnon tn law tnrtnvn-- -of--mortality tha.-- -tna.--_ we_rtln. _are-v* a__ 6; -. short tale at the end of it J

&ion is hereby made that the f The Woman's Christian Temer"nce and Meurs. E.L Hon and H.B.Stevens attempts before be succeeded In getting whom we bad learned to love; there : all-the price we'll ask. ,.1'i

Ittlon of the city of DeLand Union gave a reception to Dr. Mande of this place are among the incorpo- the; Stetson team's photo in the Guide fore be itRESOLVED. I -d Come in. !

I at the council rooms in said Maunders! national superintendent of rators. as the publisher was not inclined to Bro. Thomas. FIRST. That In the deathof ho Every hare, .in I r.r
R Webb
idsy. May 5. A. D. 1008 for tbe franchise department, at the home The city authorities, with alderman> publish other than groups of the oft one of its best citizens,the tho city community has- :o[..t) place and ready to serve "

I of the following officers, to- of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore V8trawn Zack Bielby chairman of the street national teams. This is a big ad for a good neighbor tbe family kind you. I

Thursday afternoon April 9tb. committee has kept the the Stetson boys, for Stetson University father and husband, and the lodge a
streets of
Do fE wish to call
and DeLand. faithful member \ attention .
your to
The house was tastefully decorated Land in Una !; \ our Coffees and
ocil repair the past year and a SECOND That we tender W
men our hearty The "
with flowers and yellow ribbons. good many cement and tiled sidewalks A burglar or a gang of burglars am sympathy and condolence to the bereaved "Barrington Hall, steel-cut, is the best '

r, Dr. Saunders has been> pending the gone down. Lei this good work con- operating at DeLand and the author. family and commend them to i and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents and is popular- !
,
I winter In DeLand and has been a great tin a.. Nothing adds more to the ties should use every effort to capture be cure of Him who has promised to bea very. .T.a..j.
bar of She Board of Public beautyof husband to the widow and the best 25o Coffee '
help and them. Doling the past week have a father to in the city
inspiration to the DeLand a town than paved streets end sidewalks they the orphan; nothing compares ..;
union. She has addressed serera) public kept clean and broken Into the homes of Mrs. Howard THIRD That "Niagara "
attractive.. we commend his faith. ; once used
of always
| said election will itrn.1 he used. A full line of.Te.and
open Shlmer place Mr. Edwards tel
and -
meeting* mad many friends for It has been Mrs.1 example and cheerful conformity to ,, .
this
and remain open until onr cause.. so dry spring that the Mayo' Dade Prof. Litobfleld duty to the members of his White Rose .,
Colton, I .bereaved Teas in packages and bulk. "'. '**'' .
After an Interesting. program ,Dr. Farmers have made no prc>a..ID growing Vt John L. Thompson. Hntcblnson lodge; ". .;fj-1 0' ", !;,t..

EtJroRO BUY, Mayor. Saunders was presented with a beautiful' crops. It has been too dry for the Hall and other places. From Mr. FOURTH, That the altar and ;jewels Asking for a trial, we areYours ..' 1I.t
be
)eLand Fla., tdls April 1OSI. white corn peas, watermelons, cantaloupe draped for thirty day a* a token of 1',
Howard
magnolia blossom and a they stole $38 at Mr..Ed wards our grief; "
bunch of yellow pansies. She gradosaly!! and other field crops to be planted. and three watches and a lot 'of silverware FIFTH That a copy ot these resolutions respectfully, $ ".. .:;
l-blooded accepted them and said It was she first these most be planted and grown, If at from Hatchlnson Hall. "'At be spread on our minutes and that Phone ; .
on Turkey White and and Barred magnolia bloom she bad ever had.. Tb. all, after'a good' rain 0010_ The season tbesa place they In some of a copy" ba furnished each of. the city pa.pers 79 A. H. WOODALL'; '" ;:.
Dnok Eggs occasion most got their work for -.fIJ.r
was publication. '
enjoyable la all IU this '
J. E. A1YAPDZR. de.....' uPrinaha. been very disoonr- while the families : I ,. I,,)
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f_. Party Rates 'via A. c. L. paid la shall bet By purchase and conveyance ARTICLES THE'COtUOir AJLIdS HOTEL To the People of VoJu.i Coll

at a valuation of niJOOO of tbe I have-decided
For psTties ot ten (10) or more travellag Plot-ida..known as CJIPAY. I .' i1tRIFF. t
M plant near DeLand, ) $ Candidate for the .a.q
-bJ together on one ticket Iwo ((2) cents the "Electric Light and Ice Company" -' L tao 'Democratic 1 ol yolusls lector at the ,
ARTICLE To .
t, per mil per capita minimum per capita fol.I IVntel
described
and aa
fare fifteen (JI: ) cents. Thee rates more particularly a rept ly, solicit your ,
I. !i i I I lows i All tile East half of the South'east Name.-The name of this crportlD.b1 I hi'rebv'snnounos mysenTs'us bamlidsiefor'.herfttof
.. .\ are open to tb* public and apply! between : Town- be Arms Hotel Company. Volusia cuunty subject U. thesctloe
I have iierved
-I Seven
\ I point on the Atlantic CoastLines quarter of Section 1'01"8 ,. I f elec- you in
any Democratic
.hlp Seventeen South Range ARTICLE U. myself Impartially' 'ei.iorc that ?S a

111. ,' Cq : A. W. FRITOT. D ... A.. I I East, In the County of Volusia and Mature of general nature ted time,awe I pledge oftae'county 1, aa
i,, ; ,., : S Jacksonville. Fie ;I. State of Florida, except the south BOO ot tbe BUe.-'fe bWl"._ &belle affairs ofthe office to the Vera best of my places me in a better, -T Iroi
i bueWl1
.. I ; feet thereof. containing 60 acres more shall be follows ability.. I earnestly request the support of to serve you atraelori,-ft,,!

'I' I lor I less; also exception. the right of way. ..on and engage in all voter at the :primary. MORRIS. and untried not ,*
'0 LEE:
HI 'of of the Atlantic cDduc' carry with the of the
S q Inspectors and Clerks of Primary the DeLand Branch a general hotel business at iMUtnd, wor office-}

Elections and June Coast Line Railway over and acrosssaid Volusia County, conduct, thai I re.pectul!;
May 19 I of land j'lorlCJ & I take this method of announcing
also a piece
tract excepting IA
.. .h ; and and run of ?,
maintain operate for ins
16 will be a 010 8b.rl
1908. I sold and described In Deed Book No. barber connection therewith c.udld.t Ibe -
shops of Volusla county
I ( i Tbe following Inspectors and'elerka have 21, page Ul. of the public records of conduct and 1 maintain gulf ten elected,to the duties 'prevailed bpol/L//
d iI been appointed, according to law, by ibo t Uok l1av.'bn
r ) Democratic Executive Committee II Volusla I Volusia County, Florida, also exceptinga courts, and other janus amuse'went iftbeoffioe In an 10n..rrO manner., .the fhr7'on
lot in the north-west corner thereof D .11munpl. iadto the best of 1'.Or re.spectrally but buys on .coou.ft
\ county to conduct the primary election ; to -own, bold, buy, 1..1 the d.n.8
S\ 10 be boil In said county on May' Iwuh and' l being! the went thirty-three feet of the ur otherwise icu.ture, ....tU. ask tbe supporter people .1 frIendship present ?;
June lutn, luuotPrecinct north quarter of HAt half of south-esat of all articles L tMII. My fend. seem to think iki
II section together with br aDt t.J any ant years' .. Is one of the beatMoec
of said 71
ClhL No.1. EnterpriseJohn quarter ( structures the Democratic Voters of Voluals In county should beiuaiany )
H. Psdget, the electric light and ice plant machine propn1' 11.ltl. t.
j or real w may b necessary County: use man, demanding' .i1
-- -- -- ....... O., .l.Ir': shop and all building, constructions and tberefor. or mcideuluu .. tbe I bereuv announce reysel'as a c.ndldat have decided aD. the race u.
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improvements thereon and all dynamos, carrying on of business, and for the odloe of Sheriff ol primary.,. (
U.
U. Quackenbosa. clerk. proper II I
switch-boards engines, boilers pumps be tile action ol Ibe Democratlo prfc I have been a supporter of tk"iula
convenient
No. 2, Orange City- machinery, refrigerating machines, tools, to uo such other thJ as may the mary a.bJe.1 beld May 19, 19 and will appreciate party In VulusU ""UDt l.,
D. B. Thoraby or n carrying out I your support. prmisto twenty years. Vy conBtltuemTk.

I A BERT W, GILCHRIST c/g: g FLORIDA H.Leroy U Hanlin Rvland.Wm. Instruments wires, insulators apparatus, lamps, appliances transformers poles,, objects a purJ. of the corporation. I best perform of my ability.the duties of the 01.& service attitude will In politics warrant, sod your If miVH

Scott clerk. live stock ARTICLE lii.Lapital I ... stiiinirtk
fixtures In stock wagons' BDVOBD .0M. motion It will bo very much !

No. 3, DeLand meters line equipments, contract for the DeLeon Springs. I am familiar with the dutle v7iL
vf tliu
.
No'faction. machine or ring brought/ him out He came out aa a candidate ; Stoc-'J'h. uiuuut I __
K. II. Lnwrle furnishing: of electricity for lighting or shall and feel .f. in saying I caTsi?
I alone and single-handed. He will be /glad to receive the support of S. U. Bennett other and all rights, privilege capital stock corporation b FOR COUNTY TREASDBEB your .. I have OODU
purposes suares
the corporatlonhta, the anti-corporationUta. the prohibitionists the an- Roy P. Uamlin and franchises! granted and now enjoyed f>tU divided into .U I I take Ibis method to inform the voters false promises to !
( m..lnbe1
'luu
the value ol 41U11 euub. leruuand will be candidate "
Howard I Stewart, clerk. par that I a ,
Volusla County el"'ed
the local .nlMs.! the Christiana and the Jews and of said "Electric Light and Ice Company ...
tl-prohibttioniats, optl No. 4, DeLeon Springs by vuuditious upon \tiuub the 1J'1. fur election to the office of County a year for the purpose of giving j'l .
the GeBt1le*;the "Publicans and the sinners." He would even accept the J. S. YelTlnnton I ," the rood will of said bumn."e.and .tuJ .IU b paid i shall be: tiy Treasurer r subject to the action of tbe an opportunity to pay their tone i II1

of the Pharisees. T. J. Newman, everything therewith in manufacturing purchase at a vaiuatnm Democratic Primary to be held May 18. II the lenioorailo pert should >.'
.upport, John U. Dougherty producing selling and distributing clveY.IQ known 11108 promising II elected to prfor the boor me with ibis IT
as I
uf t Mwu ol the property .rolo. '
The corporation* cannot do without the people. and the people cannotdo Harry Lungren clerk. electricity and Ire. and for cold! storage duties of the offlce In the the ". r to show mv '

without the corporations. Neither should be allowed to oppress the No. 5, Barberville purposes. The balance. of said stock Is the "CvUegtt .n .Jlutel prpnl. past, to the best of my .blty. will b sill sal,.fled with the re.ull.1]

labor should Raymond Moody, b.. for as be called for by mure particularly telrlb aa 11. grateful to those who wil me Dlf"r just .the .
other. Capital I organized organize./ J. W. Mlnabew to paid may to liuyeiV limp and plat ol their vot. my friends for,..?? I1 I1L'OI

.- The license tax law licensing- each little enterprise, should be amended U. C. Player. the Board of Directors. I Inll. 'Iy 01 LivUuid on lua U the ode J. J. VI:-ZUiT. Yours Hi conin,and.t

W. A. McliriJe clerk. IV. of Clerk ot the Uruuit; W.
In order that taxation .hould ,bear more evenly. ARTICLE Cut }FOB 'MEMBEB OF SCHOOL BOARD. H.luB

< Article T*'of the Constitution provides for local option. The quail- So. 0, Seville Term.-The term for which this corporation -I Volusia County, florid, together wal To the Voters of VoluaiaCount
J. C. Prevail. I all building and structures thereon mind Dmo&lo FOR COUNTY :]
'S' fled electors (not the Governor) approve or veto constitutional amend- J. O. Causey. shall exist Is perpetual.! appurtenances and "upDDt. furniture I myself a candidate the Domocratlo "UI&JTo
announce
a hereby
I ments. He la not on the "recently constructed band.wagon." T. J. Newman ARTICLE V. and natures U CDtUOD for member of the county school bosnl fromdistrict County, Florida: \
U. H.
He commenced life working in Quincy, Florida. at a salary of $13 per Robinson clerk Officers.-The. business of the Companyshall witb th running of the hotel known a"The No. 2, subject I the action of the I hereby oOer mysell. as a caudal
:No. 7, Ormoud- I the re-election lo the office of Coujmi,1
President Secre- consulting of butlers Democratlo primary. appreciate
f and boarded himself. He has hlmtelf been be conducted by a
month. a hard-working
T. F. .n.
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in and If Volusia County If elected
offices ofSecretary honor conferred on me the past I
Tn.Ruftr' the I
struggling man. and he know what It means in others. He has never C; H. Geiger, tary and (but enJ. pumps laundry Jer) reflected will endeavor v. perform the duties self to the fsithfuldlaeharge detpertaining !
E. T. Russell and Treasurer may be held by uwttreaiMui, ,
pillows the office as conscientiously as I lo the office. I
married-he baa always had obligation His life has been in .pnJ of
spent more bU11
FredCarnell, clerk. the same partyandaBoard) Directors ', liaea, w.wtal. have done in the past. My motto Is, County Judge for two .
thoughtful consideration of other people than of himself He feels sure :No. a. Daytona consisting of 8.... They shall hold office toilet sell, rugs, c-liaira, :bl..11<.b8rt Equal rights t all, special prIvileges t I bIter prep.re for tbe dutlet rtoT

he will be elected 'If he get enough votes." He does not propose to T. E. Fitzgerald, for the perio of one year and until their I'ic boxes, ranges, ovens, dishes, kitchen none.. A. B. PREY AT1'. bfore.J J I

trade off a single office. There Is honor in being Governor. If it is Carl R. J.Ross:Mslley, "ulre elected and qualified. The utensils, .le. allow mime, typewriter, hatS LEE iiThis >
first election under. this charter shall I desk. hat and pianos, I hereby announce myself a candldaie for Feb.2tb. f
tainted with dishonor he doe. not want the office. A. H. z acfamidt, clerk. of F..b.ror. ubr.J r.k member of the Board 01 Public I DIlru.Uol
:No. 9. Port Orange b held on the Sixteenth day writing d.k. bbr c. cupl. of Volusla "county for District No. 1, subject FOB COUNTY
W. E. Johnson, HIM. and annually thereafter on billiard table carpets a" otr fuD'Iu. to tbe action of the democratic primary PUBLIC tlVPERI"To
B. M. Morris of In each and nxtures. Th of said faithful ptrformanoeorthe .
Febn'Rr pledging. a
: eleteI.
u' tbr T..o.y I To tbe ol
guagp (IttvccloiiH\ lor Ulle.RU""II C. Milburn, '... I stock shall b paid U.called for by duU. .Id i air,. I 1 People Count:
II I rockets are to' be found In J. B. Case, clerk. .r.T. business shall be conducted by the Board of Uatr V. W. GOULD. didaov hereby fur the respeotfully office of aunooMi"-,

ROCKETS IN WARFARE all HglitlinriNMi which stand on dangerous :No. 10, New I myra.Go. .- named persons until those I IV. em of Public COUDI'@II'I f

rocks Spliess. elected at the first election shall be .TIC. FOB CLERK OF CB.MlSAI. COURT. approachIng Demodratio prlmin. .
J. M. Knapp I Term.-'Ihe lot which this corporation It should be toe In I If nominated and I ai\\\ 'P
Them lire ....gt!. cluni y looking srrangiMiients 31. A. BroDson, qualified, to-witt tr I .dei voler elet .
that 1 whole time .
my give my bm
J. Howell Cnmminpil I shall exist is perpetual. prlmr -
coiitud. 1 with cork yet K. C. Goodwin clerk President, .
ot the Criminal Court I will the interests of the schools of ,'-
They'Were In Use Centuries Before powerful enough to carry a one and a No. It, Oak HillColeman Secretary and Tr"Runr. E. L Hon Ulcr.-.le business ot thus corpora gratefully.. accept sui b decision' and with this sssurance I I'

quarter Inch rope| to a distance of 100 I WiUlama, Board of Dreetor.: unduole by a 1.lwnl. UEOKUE W BBIaTOL. for your. blncerelf rp

.. Cannon Were Known. yards. Many lives have been saved by Kufus' Brooke J. Howell Cumming Grj A. El as er, bell and ". Ibut .nlurt A 0 !
bamuelVaian.. be held
H. B.. Secretary and Treasurer may FOB TAX Aba ESSOR. \

J means of these queer rocket Fred Hatch/clerk. E. I* Hon, Isaac A. Stewart. by the same party. ) and .Board of To the People Volusla County tSome To ibe People of Volusla Couoti.L

f A form of rocket bus been devliiedfor No. 13, TomokaJ. Directors consisting,of ave. .he1'.h years ago I was chimes County A. I hereby announce U\self u''
OF THE GREEKS.
FIRE TUBES dropping oil on rough water. Then A. Clark. ARTICLE V. bold office for a of aeaaor of Taxes for \oluel. County. Ibe fur Ci unty trintendelit ofairticilon.

\ are used more In America than In the Z. H. Bennett, Liabihity.-Tbe highest amount of Indebtedness until their .u prio are elected ea and tax books at that far from perfect I have beeu a 11.1.0I
B. F. Hull, of which with the crat. end have
,
;"' United Kingdom. A few years ago a E. W. tiuttou! clerk to which the corporation mayat qualified. The first election under this a comparison tax bell"tlo hhLI_ ,
will claim that I Democracy
At the Siege ., Constantinople, In 673, I books ol today justify my elle" 111.
wrecked vessel was saved off Lone No 13, Gleneoe any time subject I..lf 5.0.I charter shall be held tin the Sixteenthday liatv made great impiovementa In this me nothing my! to I. p.

i. the Arab Fleet Waa Deatrvyed by Island by dropping oil rockets around George Futch, ARTICLE Vn. of j'ebruarl. 19 and annually work which is now second to none In the indebted tuber (tr tbilluerty atta.
I
'. Them-Modern Rockets Have Useful her nutll the lifeboat could take off her Lucius White, Shares. The names ", on .bd Tuesday of February state. joy. 1 tbeiefureolTer. mytell ell| .J
Salve Problems. Jack Mite Dell. Names Resdeoces each I respectfully announce my candidacy primary, May 19, as your. .&j
I Side and Many people. Mannie !Bennett clerk. and ftRldenC' subscribers with i year.shall conducted for re-elecilon to said office, subject to the nomio.le ard elected I proniiK

Rockets known and nsed In On tbe same principle Is an Inrentl No. U. Lake HelenA. I the amount of stock subscribed for by 'Ihe b\iue. b until those by uiuocratlo Primary, assuring you thus if 1' attention in
'were for dropping liquefied carbonic acU KLortag. Cooly, each Is ss follows: the following named persons honored with anuner term I will l devotemy tbe standard of our schools Iljl

, warfare centuries before tbe first cannon j gas upon Ores. The Idea of the Inventor Mane, George A. Elsanwr, J. Howell Cum elected at the first election shall be best courts u> the faithful discharge ol possible stste of ProdCI..DC.1.d)nti!

t. waa ...d. and flred. At tbe siege Is that the heart of a Ore canbe }. O. Bubbard, executors under will of John B. qualified, to-wit zPresident the duties of the office. b fair treating ?
D. M. Vest, clerk. ming( J. Howell For your past kindness and consideration none. tiKO: T.bl
t
of [CooatantlDOple, .A. D. 673 the reached more quickly and easily b, :No. IS. Clifton Deces. 174O N. 4th Street, and CmiJbetl D B. I thank you very muck and will grestlyappreciate lei. I Peel'OcAN

: Greeks discharged lire through tubes I I means of a rocket than In any other A. W. Lanlnger Pbl.dflpbla. ., Mne Hundred Eighty- a re-election at your handsS T(. tbe People Vnlusla* foamy: : L 1

c- and so destroyed tbe hostile Arab 1I ..,t. I way.-Pearson's Weekly.' S. B. Brooks, Jr.Board B. WILSON. I stand for something. If it- v'
A. 744 N. 20th Street, of : knowJ
J. Ditrs
W. Blackwelder.MBtB. certain principles which I
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In a weird old manuscript now In 1ll C. Breland, clerk.So. .rj E.a.r.., Shares. J. Howell Cummings, (erge. E r..ob 1 hereby announce myself n candidatefor ble the effioleacyofour schooli!*

., '\" Part 'called ,the' "Liber Igniani." or When She Goes to the Theater. : 16, Bereaford Pbla..lpba., Cummings, 1740 N. 4th St., B. 8t..tlD. ., the position of Ux assessor of Volusla be a csndidate. L

Book of Fire" whlcb was penned long "1 lost don't want any seats at all A. J. Uoodson. Philadelphia.Howel Pa., Five Sban H B. Isaac A.. Ste.a. OULYIn" on May the 19 democratic I have primaries a .I be' I do not depend on any I..UOIL
bn the to merit In
f the Norman Is unless they're good ones. The last J. B. Brltt, Isaac A. DeLand, Florida, One all people see
previous) to conquest. a George Woodward, St.ar. ATIC V. democrat my lC. and bono by tbedemocratic which I stand and recognIze ni

.i, description of how to compound pounded time I was here I sat behind a post U. 6. Galbraltn clerk. Share. Liability.-The highest amount of indebtedness with able willing and worthy t pta
Stevens, DeLand, Florida, the nomination i promise to devote all I
my
and 1 said right then that I'd never B. ciples In
and charcoal of :No. 17 How.r which the for.
snlphar. saltpeter OsteenU. to corporation mayat time to the duties of the office
1 ,.
willow. pack the mixture In a long come Into the place again If-I think It. carpenter. Oe Share. any time subject itself i A. T. his ble superintendent,
those over there might do- Hah! Ham Kirk, E Hon, DeLand, Florida, One fO. P.nlL.JOR among the schools skligi.roureging ,
narrow ease and discharge: It upon the Eo A..Oste"D. ARTICLE VIL tbe teachers, re.tlll.
Um.g.mlllgbty! : funny' bow all the STATE OF ) __ that thorough ,, t -
less than J. G. Leonardy clerk. PENY8Y".ASIA. "". CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT seeing ..
enemy-nothing more or a Residences Shares. The names
good seats are taken before the box office COUNTY OF PHLAELPHI. J Names CURT maintained In our ..
war rocket' so It Is carious. Indeed. opens.. :No. 14 Holly Hill- officer to and residences of the subscribers with fo the Democratic Voters of Volu.l. orer you think ou r scbuolseasbtli

that It not until October. ISCXt that Thomas Cave 8r, 8lor me, an .utborlz the amount of subscribed for bj CountyiI Where can the auperlntsndeiigOOdin :
was "No. I don't want those. There's B. of e'ol r
a A. Hanlin dedll. am a candidate lor reflection to the of.
war rockets' were first. used by British poet in the w.y..o, besides the Wot- H. U. QuatUebaum tke. .ckno.leg"Dt.cme Howel prcoD'.ly each i .t tine uf Cierk of the Circuit Court of VOluel. Should the flue office superintendent or araung. thee kiNIbelg IU, !

, forces. V. F. Wetberell, clerk. well known, George A. El"r. J. Howell C. ,, and respectfully
, hcrname family always *t there and George A. Eis..r. t me county 8101 your .up done In the schools Its
This In the attack :No. 19. Pierson the mings, will of port at tbe primary be know .
- was on Boulogne by chatter through the wbota pity. Tea and severally foregoing ue t bell Mall without spending his U. .
Commodore .Owen.. Terrific missile. Henry Price, be his ako.lt'dg Stetson, Deceased, 110 N. 4th Street, 19OH. schools, reviewing the work pmOO 1
to
there I. a post too. I guess I've been J. A. Harper, prop Pa., hundred Should you train honor me &an .Ie Are the wor* M
were Commodore Owens rockets. They In this theater before. I wouldn't mind F. F. Edwards charter of "DeLand Electric Pbiaelpha. T..nt.fv don, I shall endeavor to dh.cb.r' support .bv.,pruclple... tiaLa'

were made of sheet Iron, each weighed those but they're right by the bsss J. B. Cads clerk e and lee Company." official seal this6th elgbty.tbr George A. Elsasser.b.r., 744 N. 20th Street, the ties law of the directs.office .. t al and as forme. 1 need your ..pnl >*,;, )I

thhrty-twt ptMuiIs. sad their range was dram and you can't bear yourself talk. :No. M), Seabreeze. Witness my hand and Pa., Five shares. fours Yours in ..rne pAt '
and half.Tbersnecetw A. N. Fleming day of April, D. 1908. Pbiad.lpha very truly, I '
mile ,
a "What! Two dollars A ,
for N. 4th
apiece tbat A. T. Seiine, (Seal) N. Sfontftomery. Cmp. 1740 St. SAMUEL D. JOBDAN _
of a rocket troop at the kind of show And not next to the Charles bparber Public. Philadelphia, Pa the eariiestaohicilatlou

tMttl 01,Lelp.&c led to the formation aisle, either. Lot. of people say you A S. Randall clerk. Notary 21st, John B. Stetson, Jr.. 1740 N. 4th St. tram almost every section of Itaanaounee

of .'(Dcket corps la oat army In the can see Just as good and bear better This committee will meet on Friday, the My cmml..loa exln. J.ou.r Philadelphia, Pa., Five '.b. FOB. SPATE ATINJY. myself a. a caodMittlotetdentor < I

yea*'1814. i These men tarried twelve la the balcony. anyhow. Well, 224 day 01 May, Woe, at Ute Court House in 1911. A. Stewart, O I hereby annoaaoe my candidacy |Ibr) nom Public l.lruU" f;;
you UeLand 1'1e..II I. For ination to a aeeond term of the office of Ouirnty, subject }!
podnoT roekets/wblcb could b* laid on : o'clock p. m. to STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA. I I 801..r
can give me those two down there.
tbe returns of said election a State Attorney in and lor the Seventh Judl. crailo primary
the round and flred. They would then They're not as good as. I'm used toba1'1ns.bnt,1 cia.. toe result and primary transact such other, de COCNTY OF PLADELHI f Howard B. St..I DeLand, "or. olal Circuit of Florida, subject to the decis public scbools l1.v!ll"l"t

ran along the (round. rising and fall' : gnesut'o, i 'don't be- bosineas aa shall come before I&. Craig Piddle Prothonotary of the One share.STATE I of the Democratic ,rlm.rl.to h held plf sixteen la Flord. fjl

log for. at least 1.2OO yards and even Heve I'll take tbem: either."Can't W. & Tuirsa, County of Philadelphia, and Clerk of the OF PENNSYLVANIA J May.19 PiOc. If again tu.t wil the I l.boJld be ol tbi>
at that distance pierce a six foot wall Chairman. of Common Pleas of said County }18 .ofUtI. .cl of- position. It anal be my pkmTT,
yon lay askl those two,, and ( COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA f lee the
G. W. FISH.B 'ourt by people I as I have always eeute the duties el toe office *\
of tort exploding on the far aide and those two, and those two for me, and Secretary. are courts of record having a Before me, an officer striven t d....pr'r tll iut. impartiallv my ability, ..w.,.. worklsf *.'IdlOelo
scattering a shower of bullets In seal, being the officer authorizedby &tlrU t sad best AInterests
every when I decide I'll send my husband common take acknowledgments of fearlessly, interests of Ute provement of the schools sns > .
direction. the laws of the State of Pennsylvania personally state. JOHN C. JOvES, of the cause of
around after them? Huh? Well. I came J. Howell Cummings, John B. .dUCtl1
State
certificate, Atfy J.
the following
Notice to
The- CoDgrev rocket was a wonder think ryon'r of Incorporation.Notice m.k Jr. and 'tl1l'rull
very unaccommodating. Stetson George A. -
Joa. N. Montgomery E.r. t
r ,
Invention. la this a so called 11-ht What? Of course I want to buy seats. do certify me well known, and MveraU FOB LEUJ8UTIBT?
subscribed TiE
ball" detached Itself from the rocket at lust you' give! me those two young is hereby (given that we, the Eoulre. whose name Is t edged the foregoing to b ,signatureto FOB COUNTY SOLiCITOR Laita ilxLKM FL..I.rJ"To :
undersigned intend of the acknowledgment
Its, highest point of flight and. by man without any comment of any kind.Impertinent Napoleon to B.apply$Broward to 111*Uovsrnor JuxeeUency : -- the certlfct.. Instrument and thereon the proposed cr of 'CouegeArms To the Democrats V,t\ol.I' County i 'the County Democratic. v01'"l til.
mean of a small parachute remained Hotel 1 will be : -
-Indianapolis 'i'ews..ni.rics of the tate of Florida. at Talla written was at the time of such acknowledgment the coming '1 'ff'
Demooratlo
suspended In the air. Witness hand and this primary for tbeofflce of hUebY.n.oum"al"
my County
basses Public for th. ofca for
Florida .a
on Tuesday May luth, a Notary solicitor of the Criminal Court legl.I.'ur. subject 1' 1
6th of of Record.
Fired at night o-or'. besieged town day April, D.
,! A. A 11. of the Voluala
Alone Has Humming Birds. 1) 1MJ8, or ao soon thereafter a* we Commonwealth of Pennsylvania residing and will lnde.d grateful lor legal ?
b support
or an .nem, camp. It gave light: Though the'art museums of Europe can be heard for Letters Patent to be In the County aoresi. duly commissioned (Sa) J. N. Montgomery, of all the 1mor.Uooter.. t1. Volusia comIng primary election on lW" '

enough to observe all their movements may< have some i treasures of which issued -UeLand tlectno. Light Power and qu.U oaths Not Pub county.,. I you my sincere t.o.. May, 1008. .

r' and dispositions. modification of tbeCongreve America cannot t boast our continent and Ice Company," of which the following and affirmations and to take acknowl 1911.My emm.ID anuary 2.t, lisbon lo our of past the support, and ask for a caUo. -

s.__ rocket carried a ouuiug Is the and of or Con confidence Ve have hI"o I b,- &
ha. the distinction of a monopoly of proposed charter.J. t'dgnt proofs D8. reposed In me. w. be. a.aUD0 mj
k carcass," a mass of chemicals which the world's supply of bumming birds. Howell Cununings .y.nc for lands, and nereditamenta STATE OF PN8YLVA"A. P.1 I:8. of date fur to the
18 the House of
took flre'' on7 to be recorded In said Stateof COUNTY OF .
f Oft'i"
touching anything and the gems of all the feathered creation.Of George A. lsasserE. PDEHIA the action of the

named with a flame almost Impossible these there are said to be some 400 U Hon Pennsylvania, and to all whose acts, I, Ci Blddln, Prothonotary of the FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER.To t MACON
to Isaac A. Stewart ss such faith and credit are and Ormond.To .
bh extinguish.The speet.-tla. Four Hundred ful and Clerk of toe l Democratic Voters f County "
we may Howard B. Stevens ought to given, well in courts of Pbiaelpha _' Viauict 7 .. Com II.,
) modern light rocket In largelyiaed Courts of of No h' r -
well 'call them Colmo County,
-nearly all of which IJ..
elsewhere and that I r Oreteful to the Demooratlo <
Judicature as ; am which people ef and f, (
In Vot
both peace and war. Its bend are courts .l 1' dl.lrlcl
. an i peculiar to> tbs i tropical regions.! ARTICLES OF with the handwriting of having a fielding to of j
COUDI
INCORPORATION acquainted wl.b. my
OJ'DE
.. aIled with magnesium lire. which U wel common seal, being the author- Mend. I DeI"&lo I
will be
o.cr
Only eighteen cross the borders of the LAl'fD' ELECTRIC: said Public and believe a candidate announce
- w. automatically, Ignited .at tbf- bl"h..tOlDl' LIGHT POWER Notary verily lied by the laws of the State of Pennsylvania sOon .0.1n for Bepresentatlva m.Jf"\G I
United States from .Cant Comml.loDe "
Mexico and AND his thereto Is genuine frm '
occuronlJ' ICE
signature ,
/ or." _.ajfcl ,throws 'nalar .b\: ;. COMPAHY. to make the following eertlQcate No.1, at M.,1Ilb subject lo the will of the vOle..t
In
oar southwestern states. The and I further eertifv that the said Instrument ,
.
do If
K and
hereby certify that N. D IIROOKE. prlm"le. ...
ever a wide tract of country.Th.ntb1stheiTirnrof popular,Idea.Is that the hammer lives ARTICLE L Is executed and acknowledgedIn Montgomery Jo. 0., ,n.Fa, or.lo or to do the heel I .\ '

which carries to Its head te crft To tie lienMcraUo I eopl of the stalegeneraliv
a Voters of
This Is shall
a mistake. The bird doss secure be "DeLand Electric Light, Power Penn"vl..anl. knowledgment Couaty Com. (
tH signal Just like those used by llc'if-: In testimony whereof. I bave hereunto "lIexe itr. .' missioner* : B:
DltolS1
and Ice
some honey but Its food consistsmainly Company. uncut and thereon I
I offer Daytona Fla.To .
self '
.-. in tIm. of and the seal of my .dld. County ,
: tog. Coast guanl of the small Insects which frequent set my hand .f"f time of such acknowledgment a Notary I Commissioner from fu '-I ff
district I'U;
_.... .alwaya with both ARTICLE IL said this 7th April in the 'I at the -
supplied
the lIow...., .8om of these InSects enr. Public for the Commonwealth of OOmlop primary, subject of the lbs Democratic Voter j I',
alarm'c'i Led :il.bt :rockets, :wblcb ,..reearefDllJ' are injurious to the blossom and Battue .f Business.-The general nature year Lord one thousand nine in the County P,1".1 I lESST1? '.O."'"Id t dl.tnot 1..cu1 aura. County A '
of the business or businesses be hundred and (I00R). reld I 1
kept wrapped In tarpaulin so to eight my Constant Durlnllbe last three session"
as ts .. reedy la all weathers. the tiny bird fulfills. a useful function transacted shall be as follows (Seal) Craig Piddle, el oomml.aooed. and qui I sad "*. eforts 'lo the discharge! of my do. I 1.8I"Nhr. I have beeaH'
In theni. & amln.tr r r.n '
destroying
That the hummerIs UealoallibepeoileormveoiintvW.kH.ll.Fl tbe Rclosestudy
-' Blgnal .roell.ta'.re also keltIn'- all To operate and maintain an electric Prothonotary.STATE have here J
acknowledgments ,
InsectlvOroua'Isalso shown by Its light, heating Ice and and proofs JOHN G. DY ALL and o.ln"
cold
e.ut'CUU'C' stations and In power storage OK FLORIDA. ) or *.
seagoing D. Conveyances tese- amount of
.- aalpa., The signal rocket carries cou- habit of catching tiny Insects on the plant la and near the City of ))e. COUNTY OP VOLUSIA. ,88. ad .meot.f0 to I I aa well .. klowlMR" ft enenetjir i
wing, which Is,.occasionally ob ervetl.B. Land, for Ute of .
purpose manufacturing, in said State of To and manner uf -lanon. \
pie of ...) foJond stars red. green. Before me, an officer to and to the Democratic Voters Of VOlu.l" rxi
K Job In I .uthorl7. lDTln.J
producing !
poUug Uajraxlne., transmitting, selling and distributing all whose Cou.ly tu .. PS.11
as : q..lled .n.
Mas orCwUta.1"TU cases take of & and "I.r" h
are painted personally Hue"!
electricity to consumers for akowlegfnt. credit I 1 a the
bsvebviunbohnrc CUnl
to be ..
ought
E. lion andh given, as well I myself a candidate .embr p
tto totar which UM rockets will\ showla I. sentatives
A lighting heating other cme County re.1eICI.
or Commissioner
Dismal Failure.: power purpose courts of Judicature fo for District
elsewhere No '
bCrnia. .. A yeans- Jobbingfirm In New YorkOVerboupt' *! and to buy, sell and deal in all A. Stewart, to me well known., that I well with i ana .UbJect t the primary election b. held candidacy tloii altos for I olee,..o.1 .
a the I
the
It' la '.str WInaf7' thus distance at kinds of electric and acknowledged foregoing 8uot. May 19, it elected I will coming
supplies endeavor
for the fall.trade. Their fixtures; to the I handwriting, of Public give the 10 CItizen of Florida 26 y.. '; I
to be his signature proposed th sIirsoftlie .
whlcay Ugnt re kets can be seen. In arecent to furnish cold storage for the e:o county the same needs 51
mistake preservation verily ami of tile p.np.
heaviest bad at
been ta a lln* of charter of "DeLand Electric Light, Pow.er laDt bl.ve ta&loD that 1 would W.Dt
experiment,, a rocket was seen overcoats whlcb. looked. tbey ;twouldhv. of fruit vegetables. meats and other genuine, further tbe"t lv ay"owo. ways be t" do ibsJ> 1
and Ice ..
-4' .t two place: nearly eighty miles to producta to manufacture, buy, sell, Comp.nWt.e. the said instrument la eerlft U leB. Ir theigitat.stinumber.I I
carry1 over Efforts to
a season. band official seal this 'II
.
as and deal my &M with
-- In ice, either wholesale or bono .
in
8&JAI'( gefl. vcastr" for-tfte stock.;were fruitless of A. D. 1IMM. kwleg conformity with To lb. Deniocratlovotier. It nomla.tIID.
a ; retail, and to do a general ice and cold April, la. of .nr you wi .,
-' TIM most useful of all fireworks/ b.C except at ruinous ret... At last the I storage business and to do such other (Seal), Igford Bly.Notary of PID.lv 1 jra. DIstrict No. i: Cm.bl". peeve m, worUy of,
.. tile Uf. rocket. All In testimony I ooufliience.Yours.
saving have aaannnoe your
firm Public .
went to old timer la the ereb
,' :.t ....... ..... .... regularly, drilled for'advice.' an- .trade. I matters and things as may b* convenient My commission expires Oct. 22, 1911. unto set my band and .lxe the. 1.for <* .. .y.lf? District .I verv t'Uly. wDeLeoa
or necessary to carry, out the objects of court, 7th s entjeor 10 the will of bo otro B.
4' 1. tiM.MS' ;of.tbeaa! InvenUous. The- .:."WelU". .said the mast of experience, and purposes ,,>f this corporation. the.I year of ti Lord vole,. am the! .mor.lo' Springs
"on
'.t ltfe vm. racket la twelve pounder. "you've got a pretty good Uat of cus- In order to engage' In and carry on the 5th. o t held May li a&b

....... _*I"G< tML ,Its stick Is Paine?..' ''Just. divide tb-coats up Into business heretofore set forth it Is hereby Notice of Incorporlion.Notice ; (S bu a eight-Craig((1)). W.C.,( ..u.a. I T the Democratic. Votn* (I,

'Ii kin. feet... length.. Its power Is very lots of thirteen _cb... Send a batch graated full power sad aatbority to Is ,, t r'JUO& ouaty. Ilordu
-' law.
apiece some of you? sharpest customers porohaae or acquire say intend apply to His Ex- STATE i OB OF THB. CBIUIN AL for the dtl..d .1.ln I.
J
,'- '.- ,, ... ys.rda.' .Attachedtawtor .to" bat make. oat the bills for ful manner, machinery, lands, contracts, uDralgo. t. 'rowr.Governorof COUNTY or OF FUDA f88' COUBTOF RKCORD I atlves to the learlelalure.. Itb.t *,|

-' f.... Ie.. oDe 'r_feet long.: twelve. 'They'll b* so tickled to get fraaehlass i and. property of every deserlptioa the State of. ), OLIB4 I I. otttrw I into nod servedrJ

"- ,''t 2M of tile life iyipg rotk. ens coat for, sothlng that, they'll take Incidental to, or necessary for Foda. May; 10th, A. Bto..me, s officer authorized to n.' .InS..Ynlusi.. my t.I the D of my. ."Ulv..Dd. if yOu e! ]

.'.* wsja CokHMl Boxer of the) Royal' ur- 'em .!.IL"I" the saaintoasac* and operation of said ld o'soon thereafter aa D tek acknowledgments of deedaper.e-. easdkjst.-Ol the office iodgs' .' turn me plege my honor I r
business and to sell J8 .ally sam Btvas of the I caa for the
otherwise e '
diepose
or and
IIsei. and the roekt: to mad. In two TIle 8ebeme had. been tried before bead. for Letter Patent to be issued B.B' lasesi Li VrimmaUouttWtRe.04 Vo1.l .ppl. snujrr1!I !
eia :
of aU articles i
of knows : o
sayor personality & and sea.val.4 ousiesy. to be vocami :
o (.rtav_.. arrai' *d that when one Iskssnt too men met again. Tb old. timer real f. to "College Arms Hotel Company I tbs l.primaryiuthe fur the ,.. ,
ity 'or estate at
time foregoing to bs hkslslgnatnr beklo.
zi owt tile other takssv firs) so
-.. Us. Itsj. 4wald.Gu tile lln* Is _"i'Well didn't. they keep the _tar tug, ,the charter! "College proposed charter *f I r..me II the office bv ;I I the Democratic Vot" '
ieABTIcLim. prop A. .
......... "'p"I b* asked. t. 10- -l'! CmasaiagaOeorg JVltacar Hotl CmJY. thftj ; wit?, ..I.;ur"td I. I am County a oaadldase i for fflJ"J5'

______''\ 641 .btJ 4 u.. .pY.sretarDed tile Jobber v'sadly. "Capital Steelt -Th* ,, amount of the I A. m I3tfc day ef ApeS A,.IX 01. I CodideSee merey.. floe of Sarenlsnr' of '
RI.11
L < ,, ,. .. *. hrsschss IJao y and a -Oo each-tb* one that w..... billed," capital stock: shall be tUMJNM divided John B 8 .' (Scel) IgforLBly : ,she p.51, .I. wits. ice 1.. I I lone support, ",

;', .$. mt1 ta -ras> .... ""' T : ,. Ia"1,, OO alum* of ta* par vain of baa I Sue will ew b I Oil sad olacSarfS.o 1
< .,.., -.i ; \ 100 Howard Stevens I Wot-nr. ) .Is i" Ipnil -
',r. I '.07'; '.. 'c .. --, ,jaatkOt: ,;fbe./-- sail eoadttbosSS B 1l..I'expires Oct. 'i, he soptiort, .ed9enne Iso e..lt., I U o. p.soeetfsllv-

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