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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 24, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
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GENERAL PRESENTMENTSOF In regard to the suggestion of improper H r :
appropriation of public funds H ;

THE GRAND JURY. which should have been devoted to this PIL' A'IT F OtR'' M' OF
road work, we beg to say that after a ,
close and searching investigation with-
1 'f I JI .1.1l out regard or respect to any person 1

concerned, and having in view the pub- ACN' Y''HOR', 'Nt .'ftLN1''f
i 9 4 f Investigated the Daytona Road Contract lic service only that we can and have | I ,j ( : ,

and Found Nothing Wrong found not the slightest evidence of iH i
graft or criminal misappropriation of
To His Honor, Minor S. Jones, Judgeof the funds of the public upon the part OF ORMOND, CANDIDATE. FOR,
forinfanta >gnd \tOhlldren.Mtorla 1 .1.....' Said Court: of pur commissioners. We wish to say
Your Grand Jury in addition to their however, that in our opinion, that the '
Is a handless substitute for Castor on?Fare
gone Drop and Soothing SyrnptIt Is Pleasant. It finding special presentment, heretofore cause of the complaints has been a H REPRESENTATIVE, for VOLUSIR, "' COUNTY' :
contains neither'Opium. Morphine nor other Narcotic reported, respectfully beg leave to difference of opinion between the con- 1H .
miDHtance. It destroys Worms and allays l''everlhnesB.! make this their general presentmentupon tractor and the Board as to the com
It cures Diarrhoea and AVIml Colic. It relieves. Teeth- matters and things that have struction of the terms and specificationsof
lag Troubles and cures Constipation. It rearulates the come under their supervision and investigation the contract, and we recommendthat 4H oCOUNTY
Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep. during the present term, this matter be taken up at once,
The Children's Panacea The Mother's friend. relating to matters of public interest and settled finally to avoid further dif- '.J
and of the common weal. ficulty and criticism and possible ex- -:
"He Kind You Have Always* Bought In accordance with your honor's pensive litigation. DIVISION
special charge delivered to us at the Your Grand Jury further present
' Bears the Signature of'professional beginning of the term, the Grand Jury that several complaints involving via Should the division of Volusia County come before the-
have carefully examined into the com- lations of law and indicating a disre-
n plaints brought before us regarding the gard for citizenship and right, have Legislature I shall it.
condition and work on the improved been laid before us. That these offences oppose
, load between the cities of Daytonaand not coming within the jurisdiction ,
.. -. .- DeLand. We have summoned and of the circuit court, under your
-I examined quite a number of witnessesin Honor's instruction have not been '' '
this matter. The complaint beforeus formally presented by us, but the FENCE' LAW
In Use. For Over 30 Years., f". ,\ ,. being that the quantity and qualityof Grand Jury respectfully request that
.w .. MVOO'Y'Y .w vow cn, the surface material, especially regarding in view of the seriousness of the complaints 'I shall
_________u the portion of the road- to be especially that coming from support our present law.
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-' ---- ---------_. ---- shelled i is deficient in both respects.: certain: citizens of Daytona Beach, that I :
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There has also been a suggestion of the matter be referred to the county I
f ; SarDs.EwB tIOLUMiA COUNTY ABSTRACT, of the action be
improper use and appropriation solicitor, for further as may
INSURANCE
-- : COMPANY.Bert : and. TITLE public funds. authorized by law and we have so I I F OADS f fI
There has also been a suggestion of recommended the matter to that

: W. PERKINS FUL, Cary D. Landis. improper use and appropriation of the officer. shall the Legislature the of :
President Sec y and Treas. public funds. The Grand Jury further report that urge upon passage some

)ENEY and LAW COUN3ELOR-AT- Titles Insured. branches We have of carefully complaint.investigated In regard both to atrocious regarding murders the investigation which were of the perpetrated most- just measure looking to the building up and the maintenance -

. Abstracts:: furnished and titles perfect the first, we beg to say that in the on the Indian River, north,
i5Land.( ..::-- Florida. ed. Maps, Plata and Blue Prints Sup present unfinished condition of the some years ago, that we have care- of our more important highways.RAILROADS.
plied. road, w; would recommend that the fully considered the large mass of
Practice in State and Federal Opposite Volualn County Bank. commissioners and road superintendent facts brought before us, and althoughin

mt Courts DELAND FLORIDA see that before final acceptance, our judgment it is inadvisable to
that these deficiencies, if any, are fully take definite action herein at present,
MART! & OL.V. corrected. In justice to the commissioners yet we earnestly trust that the authorities -
CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR we wish to say that they have will use every effort along
not accepted the road as yet, and we the lines which have been laid before I believe in a strong Railroad Commission supporting''. !
ORNEYS-AT-LAW.' SALE ON EASY TERMS are assured by them that the road will us to complete the work for consideration ,

Sioo.oo---- not be accepted, nor the 23 per cent. and final efficient action by a sub- it by additional legislation whenever conditions render
Bank Building DELANO $10.00 to PER ACRE reserve on the contract be paid until sequent Grand Jury

u ice over P08toftlce.DA Y'l'ON AD. Beet Peach Section In the State the contractor has fully complied with Report of Committee on Public Buildings additional legislation .
the terms and specifications of the : necessary.Be
S., A. BAKER, Seville. Fla. construed by the Board,
contract as This committee report that the that's all.
., Laadl8 Bert Flub and we recommend that the Board In- window cords of a number of windowsof just;
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LANDIS &; FISHRNEY8 struct the road superintendent with the court house are in bad condition I
-p W. C. CANNONS' their interpretation of the contract and should be repaired, that some
and specification, and that they Insist in the
) and COUNSELORS- slight repair of plastering court
>**, AT-LAW, Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, upon absolute compliance therewithin room and other parts of the court OCCUPATION TAX .
the acceptance of any and all work house is necessary.
V DeLandFlorlda Fine Fashionable Turnouts upon this road. We have had the This committee recommends the following -
Practice In State and Federal Bus meets all trains at \ C L. I Depot. road examined by special committeewho improvements, to-wit: The This is wrong in principle, and I am against it.
_ Courts. Hacks meet morning und afternoon F. E. report as follows: erection of a suitable witness stand or
clal facilities for examining and 0. Hy trains at Orange City, and night To the Foremen of the Grand Jury: stands in the court room. A suitable
ctlng land titlesMCCRORY trains at DeLand Jug otlon. U. 8 Mall In accordance with your instructions, gate, in two parts, to be placed at the
both rentes. Haoka meet brute Ht Bi resf.,rd. we, the committee, went to the east opening of railing which separate the I was born in Brownsville Haywood County Tennessee -
Gentle bones and careful drivers. ,
- end of the DeLand section of the De- bar from the auditorium in the court
Phone 3. DeLand Fla. Land-Daytona shell road and while the left
room. Also that the space at
there witnessed the mode of laying the of the rostrum be railed off and one of the Democratic strongholds of the South.
shell. They stretch a line each side of furnished with stationary chairs for the
A ORNEYATLAW' SEE T E. ARNOLD QUICK the road exactly 8 feet apart, drive use of the Grand Jury. Also that the
the load of material between the lines clerk's desk be furnished with a wire With a residence in Florida for the- past seventeen years,
Florida. and dump it in a heap, then set a 6-inch
DeLand. For a sureenoughBargain' railing enclosing the same to be erect-
,III by 4-foot board by the line, and draw ed under the direction of the clerk.
'" in resident the material down against the board I Also that the Grand Jury rooms be I am not a stranger to the traditions or principles of my

i..Wrlahi S. B. Wright, Jr. until level, and as the sand had quite furnished with hat and coat racks, and
WRIGHT.JATTORNEYSATLAW. property. Located deep ruts that were filled with shell, it also with a water cooler, and a sufficient -
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7WRIGHT These I shall live to. If elected I shall do
was deeper there than where the board number of cuspidors.The party. up ,
: close in. Price and was held, but the workmen said they committee also recommend thata

i : PUBLIC terms right.DeLand usually had a man to level up the rut. suitable desk be provided for the use the whole State with fixed for
at1 NOTARIES duty to a
': We made several borings on the way of the State's Attorney.The my purpose i
,'atjTeegreph Office Realty Co.. back covering a span of three inches, committee recommend that a

.HD, FLORIDA. and at no place found less than 3a number of chairs in the court house be whatever is best for the I
- inches at the 8 foot ends of the tape repaired.The county represent.
and 8 inches in the middle, when we committee further recommend
-ALEXANDER, I Insure with us.Now would see a place where there seemedto that the poorhouse be properly protected Can I have your support? .

Is the time. b< sand in the track we stretchedour by fire guards around the :premises,
-- tape over the road, found the end and that the windows and doors of the
STTORNEY AT-LA w. Spot I cash for louses.J ., of the shell on one side, then measured buildings be kept securely closed and
8 feet over from there, and in no locked when the said premises are not
iUfflce In B'k.; Building U J should be protected. case found less than 3 1-2 inches, and in use by the county beneficiaries.The .
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DeLand Florida. mostly inches of shell. Where sand -- --
t 4 Grand Jury further report that
Practice InState and Federal R''you Insured I ? f :' and pinestraw had been put on, we they have visited the several offices) Public Oifice-Iloldlng. i Political Speaking at Port Orange. Letter to Postmaster Allen
. Courts found it was in a spot where the teams and find the same well kept. The jail DeLand. Fla.

-i.-, every company reliable.: r. were compelled to use the shell road ; we find to be in a safe ant sanitary Dear. Mr Prevntt: Editor VolmiaCounty Record: Dear Sir: There are two sorts of paint:
Q,' A. DAVIS, to avoid a swamp, otherwise they do i condition, and the prisoners well treat I notice in Mr. McBride's annonr cement one to sell and make money,. the other
not use the shell road to travel over. 'I Dear Sir-Will you kindly note in
...... When does your policy expire ? ed.The of bis candidacy for tax collector to paint. and save mosey.Who .
The material used far couldsee .
SURGEON! as as we Grand Jury express their appreciation your paper the fact that on Thursday gets toe money t The maker,
HYSICIAN AND : was the same and equally as good of the courtesies extended he says that bin friends seem to think May 7th, there will be a May picnic at the seller, the painter.
tU DELAND, FLORIDA.oe ((8 your' policy i in force ? at that used on the streets of the city. them by the several officers of the that eighteen! years' service In one of the the old sugar mill near Port Ontngu.and Where does it come-fromt The owner -

at residence. Indiana. .avenue, f elephone' number sixteen. We would recommend that a much court, especially the clerk and the bent paying offices in the county II?!' that we are planning a great day, a of coarse; be pays ,the painter for
(Court Hoaae.oe heavier roller be used, which in our sheriff and his deputies.: Further, we enough for any one man. Now, that is great dinner and a great time. doing the work, and the dealer for gallons -
Hoars: 9 to 12. 8 to 4. and 7 to 8. opinion would save the road from wish to thank our efficient State's At- It la expected that, a large number of of paint; and be pays the paint-
........ HON INSURANCE AGENCY of the doctrines In
moat pernicious
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wear and storm, and that the commis- torney, the Hon. John C. Jones, for voters will be and all candidates manufacturer, gallons again: more gallons
sioners investigate sprinkling this road counsel advice and courtesies, duringour our politics. Does any business firm on before tbe May primary are invited more money all round:' for the
I IDA Z. BAERECKE, II. D. [U will, find! UH at, with petroleum to save expense of repairs deliberations. We thank the Hon. earth discharge a faithful and efficient and urged. to be present) and meet the owner to pay to tbe painter dealer and

|% j:_ 1\> which already ia needed on the Minor S. Jones, judge of this Circuit, clerk because some other man happensto people The wood are fall of stamps paintmanufacturer.What's .
Stetsonand DeLandTHE : first part of the road made.J. for his courteous treatment of this and every candidate will be) alloted one the paint tbnt saves 'moneyT
and SURGEON need Until oar politics are '
HYSICIAN a job
M. Chaudin. Grand Jury, and congratulate his Honor or more stamps from which he can present Gallons again/ ;;' 1 leas gallons,i less money
legit. H. A. Boley, restoration to his usual good ran on bnainees principles, they never his claims. Plenty of baoies will for paint, 1 leas money for wages; -
on East New York Avenue NEW ORANGE CITY upon health. will be run for the best Interests of all be present for the candidates hiss., lon of paint is $5 for wages and( pant:

.DELAND FLoazDA.zj The Grand Jury hereby request a the people. So long as a public officer and this, as they know, ia the quickest Leas gallons, leas money to pay, 95 a
Lunch Counter; Candy of all to make votes. gallon ,
and Fruit Stand Of Interest To Women. formal discharge from further attend- i la faithful and honest, be should retain All ways refreshment "Hands, will be in Two aorta of 'paint less, gallons'andmore
S. MUNSON. dance upon this court, having completed his position. charge of the Ladies' Aid Society of the : less money and more $5 a gallon
Opposite the Railway Station o such woman as are not seriously eat their labors. and all funds raised difference
Very truly yours, Methodist church : two to one ia gallons and
OMEOPATHLO will open on Nov. 15, where of health\but who have exacting' duties' Your Grand Jury take great pleasure HARRIET HEALY will go to the building of their new concrete money.It .
PHYSICIAN.' all \0 Pflrfor either In the way of house' in presenting to your honor, as a church. coats twice as' much to paint the
Lunches be had at
Quick can hdld In social duties and func- of this the of Seville, Fla., April 80. 1908.
"*'* / cares or part report, statement The editors of all tbe county average more-gallons paint as to paint
It i Second. Door South of Fisher's hour of the day at reasonablerates. 'I .* hi;h\seriously tax their strength, the County Treasurer, Hon. J. J. Vin- ---i. Invited to be O'. papersare Devoe. When the people find-ont, it
.*..* Drug Store. welTtrio Virslng mothers.Dr.Plerce's zant, conditionof plU .
as as indicating a flattering may not be quite so'ea y to-sell extravagant -
,on HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 tot Favorite Pfelerlptlon has proved a most, the couns' finances, hereto annexedas C. E. Orth to A. 0. Botts Very truly, paint by calling II "cheap."
-'if and 7 to 8 p. m.DeLand Adjoining: Mr. Wm. Kolman valuable supSrirtlng tonic and Invigorating a part of this report.A. I would not knowingly wrong any JAMES L. PATTILLO. 01 F .W DEVOE & COP.

Florida. will open hilt General Plumbingand nervlne. By Ita tlrntlv use. much C. Haynes, Foreman. man, and am not going to engage in any Port Orange, Fla., April 21, 1908. S.-O. W. Fisher sells oar paint.
Ie and ail[faring may tea A. H. Woodall, Clerk. _._. J
where'hewill "rlotl
Tin Repair Shop, newspaper controversy or do any mud. ---- ----- -- -- --- -- -- -- ----- -
be glad to receive your pat. avoided. Tho operating table and ths slinging. I come before the people and
knife. I I t I Is bPl1e <
J., reasonable rates. All .lU.Iooru! woo 1i\ Passegy by I honest forward
ronage at seldom have ioibe employed it this Resolutions Magnolia tell them In an straight

REEVE work will be done with quickness Valuable wofflm rKmf v TP" "gnrt l way my plans for improving oar schools, t. .
,. and the best of workmanship toln'gooJ time. h..Favorl..Pre8Crlp- Lodge No. 21, I. 0. 0. F and cheerfully leave the decision with

Saws Filed and Set. tion" proven great boon expectant WHEREAS. It baa pleased the Supreme them.
ELAND FLA mothers by preparing the system tor the' Architect of the Universe to remove Justice myself and many friend
eomlng of baby, thereby rendering childbirth -
from our midst oar beloved brother demands that I state a few facts.
sate, easy,and almost painless. Thorn** R. Webb; therefore be it of ,/ \
1. ( have a thorough knowledge
a Bear In mind, please tint Dr. Plerce'sMtorite H
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Prescription Is sot a secret or RESOLVED, That, while we bow with book-keeping and have taught several '"
humble submission to the will of the
which tbe most classes in the same. '
patent medicine, against Most High. do not the less urn (
we mi :
i Intelligent people are quite naturally 2, I realize that a great deal of office 1
H our brother, whom we miss very much; 1.
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\. :_ yqoRHis! II ....., Means*of the uncertainty M to work Is necessary, but I also feel that a
the death
RESOLVED. That by of oar nil
L DentISt their composition and harmless character, esteemed brother Volnala county hits man who is qualified! to fill this position : ;,1tAKIN
but Is MXDionrn or KHOWW COllPO.IftOlI' I ..1 ,
a full Hat of all,Ingredients being lost a Rood citizen his neighbors a friend, can do a large amount of office work by I ; /!
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X Block DeLand Fla.i880tol2sud1.80to4. bill wife a devoted husband hit childrena ; : "
"pAnted plain English,on every bottle- working eight hours a day for week. 11' '.:
father moat kind and affectionate and
wrapper! An examination the of this that list It ofIngredients Is Magnolia Lodge No. 21. I. O. 0. F., A 8. If the superintendent spend the .,.. y
will disclose fact
nets-aicohollo In Its conpceltlon, ehemte- brother zealous In his work and ever moat of his time among the school, 800 \ .. ...,
< ally trlple-reflned glycerine taken. ready tonoccor the needy devoted to the letters a month will answer all necessary ., ''I
pure c\
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M.- 1 thai place of the commonly.ed alcoholIn. ,- welfare and prosperity of the order, .an correspondence, and he could answer T -
Its makeup.this connection ItnAr honest and upright man whose virtues these on Saturday. .
MAUD .GOODMANMASSAGE not be oPrescription'' to f Dee Pierce that theFavorite Isth endeared! him not only to' hi. brethren, 4. Onr superintendent should hare I : ,1
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medicine for th. care ofwoman's but tq all his fellow-citizens; stated that the school board only allows :
only peen .
peculiar weaknesses and all.Sllte.and RESOLVED, That we tender his bereaved him mileage for visiting the school twicea ,
10101- drugglsta, all wife and children onr heartfelt year bat If he was interested in "'
Telepeone nj lbs Ingredients. .. of which'have the tmamlmous -- sympathy In this their sad affliction; schools be would (co the third time on POWDERAbsolut : ,' '1 s
"3i.cam look out,but you caul look U *1 1T"M endorsement of all the leading his regular salary/, f. :i: :<
UcM la Av. DB LAND PLA.e medical-wrltora and.tea.hars> RESOLVED, That on* page of our i: :'s
MASS several -schools of prmetfca; and that- minutes '.. left ; blank, sacred to his 0. I feel that our present ..nperigtendeut '''tt\t o s
Vuflor .a nmedjns for the ailments for which memory. and that the lodge wear the baa been sadly overworked, and ely,Pure "
.favorite Prescription f"'Is rqoonmended badge of mourning; his many friends would do him a great t'f! J.;.,t

a' TAYLORt cSUROEQNDENTIST PORCH"SHADES bsvaen A little*.to book< any of these address endorsements. poat-psld, wilt and RESOLVED That these resolutions be favor to give him a much-needed rest rI-Iy"IIiIIdIlfl'J"'WfIray] ;1.1. "tR.i "'" ,

absolutely' fee: If you request saneby; entered upon they minutesof the lodge I will not return the compliment J' .."'W""Rey..i ,: tom' *3 3fi
We ate exclusive agent at DeLasd postal card, or Utter of Dr. B. V.Fierce and that the secretary.fornlah the family received, bat will say that I am at least "
t for these EorckShade.. Ju.ttheth/Atfor Buffalo, N. Y. with a copy and that a copy be sent trying to be a I gentleman, and hope others -' Olt.......1rTa.tare-. ... .l IJ i \
( Fisher New lclcBlo'ck, verandas during the hot sutaJ. -, Dr. Pleroe's Plsmssjtl Pellets nre eon- to the. panets for publication will profit by example.: "a .
your the e.of '
1 8 eon\ Floor Iller, ,sua n Call a dC&&tllla..Ju. MpatlooC many '-nstljJ Cure&i1on the tf cause and yon 'O. B.:WEBSTBR;; See,.. Respectfully. '.($J I.co 1.-i LxN.- .p .._L.a.: ..:. ,
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: VOLCSU COUNTY RECORD, As will be seen from The Rec ALL OVERTHE COUNTYITEMS Consolidated Capt. E. H.Grocery Belle, Co.representing wae in town the visiting Mn./S.in S.Glenwood Shoemaker:for some who time hM, was

ord's announcement columns, the flnt of the week making his fortnightly joined bT her husband and brother.Sunday sit slosh 1

Hon. James W. Perkins has OP INTEREST WAFTED TO calls on our merchant and they returned to their home at 5)0

Entered. .. the Poetoao* at DeLaad. Fla. withdrawn as a candidate for THE RECORD OFFICE BY ITSCORBESPODE Mr. S. A. Baker baa had a 700candlepower Daytona Beach, Monday

toe ......alas--.. Solicitorof the Criminal Court oi TS. gasoline lamp installed in his The sad news that Mrs. Cases Eureka, of Now is the time to do your Building.

Record and himself new packinghouse which lights it up Warren. 0., had died at till Summer when
B. E. rRXTATT, E4IUr .Jk Pr.prtet.r.There announces a Springs Ark., was received here this Don't wait you,,
candidate for Judge of said court. Pierson. almost equal to daylight.Mr \ week. :Mr. Cases Mr. Byers and sis- can't get labor. Let us bid on your
J. A. Wood it our new section: and
The successful barrister. winters here
is a hot political fight' young; foreman and will shortly more his family ten, had spent several have the Builders' Material and Hardware before -,,
Fish becomes candI- Wilson Palatka Satur all. They
Hon. Bert a L. H. went to were respected by
Florida these days. into the cottage the A. C. L. bailt here In again. We have '
throughout them
date (as will also be seen from day. here just before Christmas.Mrs. sympathy of all who knew The remalm Prices go up on._
and wife of De- their sad bereavement -
Sbepbard Hughes -
announcement columns for hand
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Since the late election and triumph our A. B. Pievatt received encouragIng taken to their home at WarreD and
Land were her last weeLMr. were
f:prohibition in Illinois, Solicitor of the same court. news this week that her coo&ln'A.( I buried in the family lot in Oakwoodcemetery.

Champaign county is very dry. All the court candidates will give Gowdy, a mannerly youth of W. Beden'fl'ew'' of Jacksonville)little!, Several Earloabs
Seville here
was Wednesday.
bitten tn the face several
eminent satisfaction to the peo- child who was -
Thomas McBride a well rated mulligan weeks age by a pet dog that bad rabies,
It has been said that truth and whoever electedthe VuJcani
ple, are guard of Empona, was here Satur has about recovered coder the Pasteur At DeLand Churches. of the following;: Lime, Plaster Paris, !
crushed to earth will rise again, offices will be discharged
I day. treatment. Cement Eagle Cement. Plaster, Sewer
but unfortunately, lies crushed alike to the credit of the incum- Honest Nab Pierson and bill good :Mr. W H. Andrews returned the first Presbyterian Chirth ite Pipe

to earth will lie'again. I bent and the tax-payers. This Samaritan wife are making daily shipments ) of this week from visit to his mother Rev. Benjamin B. Knapp Morning Pastor.er-- Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite" Roofing ...r"l...
school at 9:43.
week's the ot decorations. and sister in Mt. Olive N. O., at the Sunday
present move on political rice of worship and sermon at 11
On our front page you will seethe checker-board has created Kev. W. A. Lowder. .a profoonischolar request of his mother to a reception for o'clock. $tat barb flMumbino Boobs

platform of Mr. Macon Thorn- and the Henry Ward Beeche his sister, to be with her once more asher Sostli.
considerable interest among the .ltbo.tld Episcopal Church:
', ton which he is making thrace < of the Methodist circuit hereCpreachei boy. His friends are glad to see
; Tin Galvanized
' .. upon friends of these respective candi- Sunday school every Sunday morning sold or installed. Roofing, Iron,
Saturday night Sunday morning and him again at his poet, behind the canters 11 Ep
., for the legislature. at 10.. m.; preaching a. m.;
dates. It is a family political evening. in his uncle's (A. :M Flower's) worth League at 6:45 p. m ; preaching Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to'

::; Speaking of trusts, will somebody fight, and let no personalities or Golly bat it give, tbe old Dan Tucker store. -' at 7:80: p. m.nigh.Pravermeeting/ eyeryWe.lDeeday the best. .
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-: :' suggest a way to suppress ill-feeling be injected into the mulligan guards here tbe stinin Orange City. H. F. HARRIS. P. C. -- --

: the trust in the national house of contests. It is honorable for any; creeps to bear official hunters making

/ representatives composed of Can- man to aspire for political hon eo remarks many jibes against and other uncomplimentar democrat The Orange City Hotel will remain Services The at the Baptist Baptist Charch.church will be Watts & Miller Co.

*' non, Dalzell and Payne? ors, but remember that only one candidates and officials now holding open through the summer I Snbject''CbdetasServantt"11E' eo kg (Incorporated)

can finally be successful for an tbe forts. The recent showers have greatly refreshed :730 At the evening service
service :
rrt
hi'K S. M. Sparkman of the tint, office before the pe:>ple. The population of this place was increased vegetation of all kinds.Most next Lord's day tbe pastor will commence

and Frank Clark, of the second, last week by the arrival of Mr of our winter visitors bare left the following series of popular

1'' Congressional districts, have no The senatorial fight, as well as John S. McBride and family from Em. us, promising to return another winter. and them practical through the subjects month of and May.continue Those

opposition for renomination before that for governor, is becoming Doris who have decided to make Pier. All the groves in this vicinity are loaded not attending elsewhere are cordially !

the coming Democratic pri fierce over the state. Beard had eon their permanent home. Mr. :McBride with fruit, and tbe prosp cts are very' invited to assist by their presence themes the JOHN B. WELCH
/ discussion of these important
mary. gotten in some good work before is copartnership with Judge J. flittering for a big crop of oranges next I The Christian as a Citiwin"; "The
E. Cade in the mercantile business Beaaon. Christian as a Business Man"; "The
the other candidates made any ORANGE CITY FLA.
Friends of the royal suitor for They are pleasanly domiciled in the :S. Christian and Sabbath Observance; .,.
Deed of
;*f Orange City !I. in more cottages --
Fletcher too has ----- -
{ headway. a L. Pierson hall on Volnsia Ave. We The Christian in the World: The
the hand of Miss Elkins say that strong force at work over the now extend to them a cordial welcome. to accommodate. winter visitors. C'hnst'an and Tithing". FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERlj!
... demand
J he is wealthy in his own right. The supply not equal to the
state, and has strengthened his They are among this county's" very beet the past winter. First M. E. Church TOBACCO AND CIGARS

+ In such case, Papa-in-Law Elkins chances all over Florida. Lamar people. Mr. McBride will assist in the D P. Grave Mr. and Mn. I Rev. Wm.J. Hurknees. Ph.L., pastor. -DRY GOODS SHOES HATS. ETC., ETC._
i will not, after all, have to pay for tore. The growth of the busme Capt. 'Sunday school 9 +:3! a. m. Preaching '
those daily cablegrams. and Broward are now in the saddle necessitates an additon of help and hie Fred H. Finney and Mr and Mrs C "service 11 a. m Theme: "Atonement'. Jest[ and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and all 1|(

i and shelling the woods every friends will find him always ready end BulleD left this week for their A'I I League meeting invited.8 43:! p. m. All friends class Groceries for your table.
Claire. Wie., homes. and strangers
2 Now that Cuba is about to resume day. They are inaugurating avery prompt to attend to their want 'Country Produce Bought. A First-class Meat. Market in Con

}M1 independent !government: hot campaign, and litera- Hiram Ashley and Charlie Swarten Bnrglan City. hare During'been the operating pILot week!! at acre Orange -1 I The uuion I'nlon services Services of the Presby ,Orden receive careful attention. and delivery prompt. You will find mJaa j

it is published she will establish ture from all four of the candidates green of this place are cronic candidate ml homes have been into the scoundrels I terian. Christian and First M. E. low as the lowest. Give me a calL: 1 :

sent to the votersof for constable. They sure smile on us Church will be held at the Christian ,
of with are being
an army 2,000 men, one taking whatever valuables they could
full in the face like the morning Church Sunday evening at 7:80.: Rev.
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major-general. This is evidentlya the state every day. Broward twiHght. Charlie got ruffled last week End. Dr. Banter will preach a special ser

misprint. It was doubtless in- is developing considerable and went off the list, bat in one solid The citizens of Orange City are Invited mon. A cordial to hear invitation again is this extended noted I

tended that there should be 2,000( strength over in Lamar's dis- minute of get busy be popped back to co-operate with the committee on divine to everyone before he leaves for the North. II

major-generals and one private. trict. Take, for instance, Leon His friends bombarded him so much decoration and visit Hollywood ceme- Special music I J. F. ALLEN & CO

county. He is stronger there that be agreed to return to quarantine tery next Saturday morning at 9 o'clockfor Catholic Charch. I ri

*' There wee.. a time when it was than when he ran for and put tbe bosom of hill punts back into the purpose of decorating IOldien'grayee :M. J. Cnrley. Rector Sunday April
governor, with fligs and fljwen. As Sunday Leading Furniture House of Volusia Count;]
:Sow the
candidate shebang
common for us to speak of the the 26th: High Mass and sermon 10 a. m. i
and Judge George P. Raney and
mulligan laddibucks say it will not April 26 is Memorial day proper, Sunday school a. m. Evening service
great burden of foreign countries lion. Fred Myers, former bitter matter which one is elected of the two ihere will be a union service m the Congregational 7:SO. Subject of closing lecture: "Pope I

'y have in their military establish- political opponents of the governor It will be shoo fly scat to the much church Dr. Conway; will I Pins %". All welcome. i "DROP IN"and II III
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ments, but our army, includingthe are said to be working now talked-abont bhnd-tiger hell broth preach l a sermon on "Oar Country :I Sit Baruabas' Church.:

pension list, costs us yearly; for Broward and doing what theycan mixers, pistol-toten and the chin There will be appropriate tnnsic All I St. Barnabas' Episcopal church Rev
music hobo visitor around these dig are invited to be present to honor our !I Campbell Gray Rector. I see our Newest
than that of the German I
more to defeat Lamar. This hos- Both the office wanters are brave comrades who gave up their lives April 26th-Octave Sunday of Easter. I
I' which is the largest and !Kings. 7 a. m. Holy Communion: ; ft a. m. Morn.
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army to Lamar out of the for their !
tility country.
grew honest true southern in Parlor and
isi finest in the world. jovial good men. __ I I lug prayer; 9:30 a. m. Sunday school! ; Styles
P trial, conviction and sentence of era. with tiptop judgment and sons of 10.30 a. m. High Celebration of Holy I ,

t Taylor the man who violently Florida, with many warm friends Glenwood.The Eucharist with sermon. Daily services Room fur-
The theft and vivisection of: at 7 and 9 a. m. and 9 p. m., Dining
loaded to tbe muzzle with gabbing for
the pet cat of a wealthy spinster assaulted Lamar a few years ago, except no morning services Mondays.
both of them.
celery men are still busy ship
and for whose pardon (after he niture.Phone
,: by some university students is ping Christian: Chorea .
Deputy sheriff J. G. Cade of this
said to have cost the university had served several years) Lamar Services in the Christian church as )
;
place is in the race for county com- Mr. Will Bredow, of St. Petersburg,
refused toconsent. Lamar how- I I usual next Lords Day. S. S 10 a. m.
the forfeiture of a legacy of miseioner. He has received a large made a short call at home this week. ,, Sermon 11 a. m. The pastor will preach

$100,000 which the spinster bad ever, is getting considerable help number of requests to become a candi- Easter was observed by the children I, his valedictory sermon in the morning. No. 62
bequeathed. She is still living, from the friends of Senator Tali- date, of whom the majority are businessand tt the church and was well attended I Endeavor 6:45: p. m. Dr.! W. J. Banter J. F. ALLEN & CO. eLand. FI&'fI'
I will preach: at the evening service, to I
.i and, keenly alive to the outrage, aferro, for if the Monticello gen- laboring men. before be would con :Miss Boncnell treated the children to the union meeting. This will be his

has changed; her will. tleman wins it will be to the favor sent to enter the race. :Now Mr. Cade tn Eveter egg bunt on Friday of last last sermon in DeLand this season.
Is no blow bellows politician. He is only week which Come and be edified by this able expositor
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of Taliaferro when he comes they enjoyedMisses '
? of truth. invited.
Everybody
plain, industrious, honest agreeable
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Hon. Z. T. Bielby, of DeLand, before the fur re-election. Gertrude Place and Ethel Special music '' ,
people who has :: ''' '- '-'-'-'-'-'-'- .t/o
iemocnttio guard
and Mr. James Carnell, of Or- Which to of the four will be in held office mulligan continuously for several ipronl, of DeLand, spent Saturday and J. W. B. Smith Pastor, Ci..C'. : C': C'': e-:: C'':

mond, are two Volusia county the; second primary is simply yea.... He was elected Justice of the Sunday with their Glenwood friend

Republicans whose' names will conjectural at the present time. Peace here in 1696 and has been magistrate A fine rain fell Tuesday, refreshing Glenirooil. Presbyterian Charch. '! .THE. .
Rev Gee IT MacDonald. Pastor. ,;
since. he growing crops Every one seemed
appear on the national ticket to The be said of the and deputy sheriff ever Morning service of worship and sermon
same can !gubernatorial : &o enjoy it, even if some did get caught
''t' be voted at the November elect The people pronounce his stewardship tt 10 a. m. Sunday school at 11 a. m. utt
candidates, for Stock- efficient and f.alt1aDd if be is el-cte out in it and got wet.E. Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m. g W.I C. WATTS

tion. They are Republican can- ten, Browne and Gilchrist are I, 3e will give the people the beet in his H. Shoemaker of Daytona, made a --

didates for presidential electors.It putting; up stiff fights and are work shop. Mr. Cade is a sterling short visit" at his mother's a few daysago Many of the public schools of the

is an empty honor in Florida yielding nothing. young man tbat ranks with the very : He made the trip on a bicycle, as county will not close until some time in tttt
; My. Volnnia has from six to eight
for a Republican to run for office, ... beet and most intelligent people of our he DeLand-Daytona rood is closed for months school term in most of her public tttt
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but these gentlemen will have The facts in the Case. lay; good'humored with an unblemished in pairs. I S schools tttt NA E 5701
barartor. So mulligans tnrn-ont
the fun of running, proving their The Gospel Herald has been Inform tttt
him in
r lines and for the
unbroken vote
rt loyalty to the O. O. P. bat certain individual bare been raiog *- .-. ... .... .,.. ..... ...,.:a ,.: tttt
for another school in this coming primary without faiL Mr. rl"::=._._...,._._.:_;:._._._._._...,._._._._ ._ aa'a.
money Price of Price villa is also a o!':' tttt
Aaron
No. 65 N.
Hon. E. W. Bond,of this coun- '' state alleging that the money raised candidate for county coinmUolo. !1! Jlh tttt Boulevard

ty, and Mr. Frank O. Sebring, was. to be divided between Stetson University J. A. ERICESOX B. C. BUSHSELL 1II1 i DeLand, Florida.
of Barbemlle,
nee-
M.
Capt. Beasby
tttt
and the other other Institution.On .
on of Mayor Sebring, of Jacksonville -, ion foreman on the Pierson & Barber. i

are candidates to be voted would this get plea anme, believing of the money that offering Stetson villa section! is an honest mulligan J. A. ERICKSON & CO. $

for at the coming primary for have been made, but Stetson bit not guard who lost a valuable milk cow a \Ii New stock of

a delegates to the Denver conven- had any of the money. On tbe con few days past, that upon hunting found m NEW FIRM-NEW STORES toto
tion, representing the Second trary when request WM made for aid her dead near the railroad track between t tttt Everything in the Hardware Line

Congressional district Bon. J. by one of the poor ministerial boys, be this place and Barberville, and h, tttt
bis toes and find to a
Then relating Carefully Selected and
told in authority that tttt
rag by one high ID ,
E. Alexander also of this county the .,
number of bystander at depot
one of tbe money wee for Stetson Uni- ttft ii
is a candidate for the state- enity-tbat It was all for tbe other in- some certain tippy thin-skin, hnncbeenchee '- 8 i ALL STANDARD POOPS

at-large, and The Record hopes titntlon. Ren Dins shouted to him to pat .. \fttt ""

that the Democracy of Volusia The president of Stetson received the 10 a$50 claim and charge it up to the S toto
railroad ":So." said :Mi.ieaaly .
county will give these gentlemen ollowing letter: company. I !W t t'y T tttt t Builders' Material Doors Sash
"Dear Sir: I wish" you would do Die "I will be doggoned if am any tttt Blinds
unanimous of the "
the vote coun- month
spiteful vagabond spread rogue
w the favor to look over your account and toto
tttt
ty.' Mr. Sebring is a very fine let me know what was the teat date the and this honest industrious mulligan lil 1{ toto Plumbing Supplies, etc. Carried

young man, and you will makeno Tnivenity received' any fnnds for min guard wean the honorable tag and : tttt ,

mistake in casting your vote isterial students. It may be the funds carries the conscience of a well-posted !t. f L toto i

for him.. have been tent to the student and not muter mason of Volnsia Lodge No.77. m w WANT to visit
lo the University. Any information Though hU cow was found dead not far Em \UTT you my New Store, inspect my flntt .l
m
yon can give will be greatly appreciated. from the track he Is of the opinion that W \ 11I i ] line and get my prices. I am here to please YOU,

r Y Japan has become the bully of Yoon respectfully ." he died from snake bite or some oIlier e S \iii ft a and my efforts have been directed to that end.-'1 1I

;; the Orient by a very rapid The president is able to answer that caD18. These honest old Dan Tuckers lh" \' .111' know the wants of the people of DeLand in gjodscu.

z growth. There is none in the not one dollar for a long time has been are few and they stand in that thin line m w ,I ft ried by a General Hardware Store
and I have them
and in God and ,
clcaer
of iie- trust
lent -to the for ministerialindents. m
her University
east to dispute supremacy. NEW ill
smile at the bin rafien of the sky above ORGANS \
On inquiry of the stndenUlemaelves \
China her and
mighty neighbor It finds that for this in place of being able boddied living \i/,
year ESTEY BRIDGEPORT CARPENTER'' | W.
her alma mater in such Oriental falsehood thieves. t C. WATTS
not a dollar baa been sent to the stnents
civilization. sher ha*, is, as a .. far.. he can find ouL On tbe m W '

i governmental entity,like wax in contrary. they have been thrust aside Seville. !h NEW TALKING MACHINES: \Ai

her hands. Japan has sent a with the statement that they were jriT- M EDISON COLUMBIA VICTOR ZONOPHONE 3 3 S :3 3 :
to the atndenta of another Mn. s. A. Baker was shopping In toto
w shipload of arms to a Chinese in- mil money ...
Khool. Pllla Tneeday..
toto
sargent organization/ and ASS Other Inquiries along the same line Mr. T. H. Pieatt went to DeLand NEW SEWING MACHINES: i ,

made the Chinese government hays been coming in to Stetson Culver ,Sunday. to serve aa a juryman this z NEW HOME NEW DOMESTIC NEW WHITE
apologise and pay for trying to sty some of M>.Inquirers alleging that week. :t KLICKER BROS
n la solicited nnder.... NEW STANDARD AND OTHERS
being -
outrage China money preeaseaA
prevent the \ a. Mr. J. B. OrrelL representing J. A. '
To*writer baa been obliged to Srtckaon & Co.. of DeLand. paid that ii
entityis'help
governmental look into lb. matter from the Unlverrity'a Mercha I"a11o
4 less, indeed, but si unmoral and aid thoroughly. and sent this lev Iron a visit Saturday.Meaara.C. m NEW HARNESS MADE TO ORDERIi
ter to one of the Inquirers: H. Mask and J. M. lien-
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behold 'her
retributive entity, "Dear.rrU.d: Not since Mr. Chan ANY STYLE 1b Four
tett returned Saturday from DeLand. Doors Corj
r w power I She ban, through: her secret data was alive baa the University' received where they served on the grand jury. !1 111 i South from Fisher's
any money on ministerial ae
m
!societies, declared a boycott the convention Hr. F. Homier 1l//
count from or the Baptist representing J. P. ..5tdta for
'gainst, ,Japaneeeooda.'whlebf : Nor have the students received Wallace Co., New York was calling on ;JJJ We have over 300 Customers. We M night morning. nOOn and Sulu. of ehada and pattcI
for a and only' two
toy rear past one or
to rainthat'"almost our frolt-growera the tint of the week. new,
threatens. Stdta
prior to a yeaago..1'br minntea of tb.b.now that It you, too, just Salts tJmJGI''
bankrupt wttiotv; Japan. ,is eoaventloa state tbat no money' Bar. W. A. Lowder spent part of lest /f.want 1,000 new ones for 1908. We jjj right, superbly lined all

,.; .doubtless wishjog; sh, *>bad never of was oar paid stadrsj to. ministerial solicited students.aid tale spring.iadbwa One. od reek family.at Kluoimmee' Mr. and with Mn.his Boot.foeter L. Bob-son 'J5 can and will save you money. Call at W Suits wen made at prica rllfbt- .Suits! and that through are a, bargain tf\1
She Waiting here.
,beard of that Jab Maru.' *told that they were riving When
.... you appeal'
S be' to ministerial students
,, 'would even;now; glad if she --S.c ill their money / Joan -." Mr. E. L. Smith;"candidate for sheriff r DELAHD Music HOUSE ii* CONSULTATION

...eoaJd-T.>tjHiiuillWj.. ;Xa*DeJUaad BaptM chinch look ups from Daytooa WM in town tbe tint of FREE
for tb. of minl.terWeducation.
.. Ueloa cane
s> hundred-fold the unjnst In- and Individual bar* helped ,.b*week, abating hands with bla boataf !4f. KLICKER.BROTHERS
'ceE !!!! cEFeE ffI.o4!!! !!! !!! .. DeLand Flpl't
''H M pity ship wrested trod 1 Chins.b o.9.t.s BII --., t > friends here. : : : : -::.::; ar.EE: ; :.::;rFEE': : : : ,r;: _. '


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PART SECOND. \ DEVOtED TO THE INTERESTS OF DEMOCRACY, RIGHT AND JUSTICE. B. E. PREVATT, Editor & Prpprietoiy,

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: VOLUME XXII. ,. ,,., DB LAND,. yOLOSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA b'HIDl\'Y. APRIL 24 1908.. NUMBER3h .

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TH* OULD HIGH HAT. : .
trJemQti 1'ma -- -n '
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Oh ye needn't bo so sly, \
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Wla your wlnklit' o' tho eye +
Be Courteous An your mlrkln' an' all that.
to : Shure, I'm wile enough to see-
f ear' That the cause of all your glee
la the ancient out o' me : V

f' Your Elders An' me ould high hat. } .: _
I Ih Arrah t lads must 'jiare their plaY;. + _

6gder iwhere the t ldi"r5 rear. J 'worderf) too."if'tbcljlc) ill fel f fIn Ho"ria.I've m"ael'not a that word: wanes to aayt was gay _

"Iq'I "rile. 'la3t! lop, &ccp of cdl. -1! k'JI I ) t He toQCJ of 1.love o pride, to By Beatrice Fairfax, Shtire Am the there gayest waan't Wan manny o' you. man a' __

t the 101) which olly bold 'o0cguest- \ fJo\J> t tfjaj I Wed foriji, bow fijf! f otlg tcI qnd Jell/; 1 rt.n.; jMIY..eshw. I'\ft'\ w..a-_ When That would me. blood:joke was about young me: an'then when' r of _
Thla ould hat was new.

Iq that gdrrow, Silclt t C1I1- qovJ ffycij' marc ca away ala) died\ ( : It OT long ago I sat In the reception room ot one of the big It was wid me an' me bride __

1Joldcr it tlcy! call hear to-day 1L1 1 t tic, do ijol'oazi) ? vWq lljrir) happyeucS(\ r. hotels waiting for a friend When An* It tho followed I blesald, when knot was. tladi' "
/ N Presently a young woman and her mother came in and noon IITI\ydl\ mo, too. ,:l-
1\1/ the
tbildrcJJ! } they come, 'And their) ryr (5( ijol" more Surer took seats near me. It hoe .ervel mi nil those years, {?

\\d J1 c riDgiQR Dotes t at t tlc) bug3/ loU 1)Tjcq'the) ) mellow Soggg) of fhc' huUle I ripe The daughter was a bright-faced, sweet-looking girl andP Shared Aa It's mo iihariii'laughter now an'tha me jeers tears, rqf f4

tld) ) the rotrigg!] of the drum. Pnd tlc) drums Serenely beaf.If 'l' the Anything mother was more the beautiful dearest little and old thoughtful lady you than ever the saw.daugh-_ Now O' the we're dikes worn q' you.an' hind an' sick >+


oldcr) if, 'tJrerc tIeJ) tar oJar God rest Hjcro) veil! for a courjtrirt truly J +! ter's mnnner brought toward a comfortable her mother chair I have for rarely her, put witnessed.She a cushionat But That An there's ye there's never I "some 1:3: that a think brick.can't, auto. say, that. ,,

) SC. t tb(e j tlag that f flicS t\1d 1a eoLII) ry'3 hope) and fame her back, saw that her back was toward the light, every once In awhile When Ho they they needn't smile, be an so* cock their eye. I ,
giving her hand loving little rut and saying "Are you perfectly comfortable, All I whon wo go by. '
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11)e\ccIIJ\ dory-g' am OJ tfJc Strie( aDd Star Pre SlJnlled} fortyc ill t frjeir !ijnllof Jed dust t dear-are you enjoying yourself They made a pretty picture.A You Catholic'nla mo, ould standard hat. and Tltaes.

'\ i 1 f II) tlc 3kicS' 'I 11In! A.1)d. I jurrourjd} each Soldiers lam1I ) ( GENERAL 1C. E. LKK.He : little while afterward 1 saw another mother and daughter In the tame 1.

they 1CIY IJOt) look back to u3 to-day God rest< t them well!I 1 IJ| to-day they t!) .com !STONEWALL: JACKSON.- hotel The but mother, oh, how was different a sad-faced they were patient-looking from the first woman couple.\ who looked as r !

VIllc tlJc, trurnpet calls rc3ou0d. \'rjd call') '$ce I tlje \hearty) of| 115 though she had never had a good time or any petting In her life. WD1TSaplelgh Ut1uIr'l7C@m'_t Z, x

IJd t tIJe lily write cud\ ) trJc roc,1(' lay r Beat clad iiJ) fuije) 'uil'l) flje( tljrobbiijg) !) drill! "[& vXu charge tliat stubborn line con break. the Impatient meaner In which she answered any questions JlJl'j\P!
.01) tlc) myrtlc-co1)crcd moulJd The!; tfjeir I i-ejt t 15 ploriouj.) Stitnd firm, my comrn "teUnil: firm for C'urolinn's unite! Amroi
them. The mother stood patientlyby
when ho fell Presently some young frIends Joined )
--- Scores 1 Imd! ho spoken ,
First, victim I of a section's hate.Who until her daughter saw fit to Introduce] her, which she did In a negligent, r-
MEMORIAL DAY. transformation. This Is especially swell -I make my-aw-Uvlnlr
'. TRUE GREATNESS OFJEFFERSON heard the cry of victory disrespectful way.
--- notable at Atlanta, whore the resting Anil, punned' to licuvcii through. Ulory'i! The contrast between the first and second mother and daughter was so my wits, doncber know. Miss
place of nearly every Southern soldier DAVIS gnto. tlque-Well, here's a dime. Run
now It Is Observed In the South The iniinu immortal Bee had given great as to be painful.
has'been marked In some way.It end shell In such bad light as and get something to eat.- q
\Virn Healed in storm of shot ; There Is nothing that shows a young person up a
the North they sometimes call also contains several ot the finest By GEN. STEPHEN I). LKU. The foo nt Bull Run pnniC'drtven, Dally News. G
It Decoration Day but In' the monuments of this character In the Jefferson Davis stood the test of J-enrnoil, fStonewell Jaok on's tactic disrespect to an older person '
father Is Is doubly dis Oldest Inhabitant.-You. see, sir, fl
South It Is always Memorial Day.iiBoth well! If that person happens to be her mother or
United States.: ''At Marietta. Oa., true greatness; he was the greatestto the place 'as changed. When I tu
And in tho"alloY'B great cnmpaign graceful.
have tho same meaning where thousands of nameless Southern those who knew him best. One of HIM armies nevor knew" defeat{ When see a man or woman comfortably seated while an coomod 'ere I 'ad lots o' friends; '1
ever, to the old voldlers of the troops are burled, the graves are the marked traits of !Mr. DavU' private lie crossed the mountains, and again you young young now there be no one left to rP
older rudely maybe :
older stands bear them address an person you
try, who remember the dark He MM. enemies retreat person or
marked. with blank stones In order life was his exquisite courtesy.He aw with
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ra.of the early part of the slx- At Itnrpcr'B. Ferry wlm he l that they not be and of the
forgotten most
may was one approachable
and Memorial Day In the South twleo Jive thousand< stacked their As far as your mother Is concerned'' you never can do enough for her. "Doc," said the man who was
these decorated well of and affable tho
yearly are as aa men, as polite to "
arms;
:Ing moro generally observed those which contain Inscriptions. All that's good In you you owe to her love and care. to get a free prescription- *bat's
year, for the custom la being It girls would only learn to be more friendly and confidential with. their best thing for a cold?" u

ed down from tho veterans mothers It would, be an excellent thing for them. medical advice, my friend."-

selves to organizations. of ........0..e..o....s.s.... It would save them from many blunders and heartaches.So Courier-Journal. y
sons, who Join In the proceas- ; many girls look on, their mothers lIB too old to be interested in fun of Wlgg-What errors these aY "
'A
and take their part In the beau- MOSBY : any kind. And that is Just where the girls make 'a great mistake, for the make! Here the author of this

Ingot the cemeteries. Each year : VICTORY : mothers would love to join in the fun and gaiety if any one were thoughtful, speaks of his heroine aa being

thousands of those who woregruy'uultorms enough to ask them to. ned. Wagg-Maybe she was
: I :o......................si will do the same.
falling In line on i If you treat your parents disrespectfully your friends -Philadelphia Record.
iorlaP> Day. to tramp' perhaps! The accompanying spirited picture There Is Just one thing to be said In defence of the disrespectful child, "I hear that your husband la a''

or. {tour miles In order to pay Illustrates the fight at Cablotown, and that Is that the parents are to blame In the beginning. I fy 111, Mrs. Tiff," said Mr. '
[{{annual tribute not only to their near Harper's Ferry, between Captain rr" It a child In Its younger days Is allowed to go uncorrected tor disobedience "Yes, he Is. He criticises the

comrades but to many of the Blazer's company of picked Union Impertinence and wilfulness, it is pretty sure to grow Into a self-willed, I' and he criticises me. Ob, be's k

, ?. In blue who were burled near men armed with the then new Spencer disrespectful boy or girl. ly ill, all right."-Judge. vuAJ
1'6:scenes where they fought.'The repeating guns and Colonel John S. The greatest wrong that parents can do their children is to spoil and Indulge '
"Do favor wider locks
United Contederate Veterans, Mosby's famous Confederate Guerrillas. wn them. you
; quired the who takes a mild
I ilch Is the main organization of Of this battle Colonel Mosby They will grow Into selfish men and women and the parents will be the I terest in Panama man affairs "I do," t

iV old soldiers of the South i stillu wrote: "For a few minutes there first ones to reap the benefit of their foolish training. swered the bibulous citizen "Also ,
, all the way from Maryland to my men had a pair ot pistols; these tender love and homage that !is hers by right.-New York Journal. er nal.
Ed In recent years many of the were as superior In a close conflict as
camps situated near burial the Spencers were at long range. "In the matter ot that property
rounds of Union soldiers have rcEtk Many! ot Blazer's men fell killed and *+**+**+++*+++*+*++++*+*++ I tlemen, Mrs Jones treated you ,

ly, didn't she?" "I should say so! '
I she couldn't have treated me any S

1t It she had been a member of my
family."-Life. > w
."k. sl .,;eaatwl How Carnegie Has
.'yy., Teacher-Cold, you know, Is
the absence of beat. To what
phenomena do we owe the absence ,
Wasted2,000,000
heat during the winter months

JEFFERSON DAVIS. (In unison)-The Janitor doesn't
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R 'F F + humblest as to the most exalted. In crossed 1'otoninc'ii mains flood By Richard T.: Crane, Sr. I
I And: rested midst:I the Frederick farms. The Ouc-I suppose, sir, you
his old ago In Raleigh, N. C., he ex.- But liarbnra rrictchlo's, palmed, hand Millionaire Manufacturer of Chicago. I am a fool The Other-I did Ar4I
cusod himself to all callers, In orderto No cr waved n Croon ting that clny; .. be
.. .. I so, but now I think you must
his command .A ... asq..alw
receive the visit of his former And JuckMon, I loading 11- -,., -
I u mind reader therefore cannot
and ; you
,
l'aa.ud, through another street way
slave. It Is characteristic of the man
tr 1f r y Where I'Vcderickuburu lies on the plain I a fool, and I beg pardon for thinking;
that he closed his farewell address to Ho)[ dealt a swift cud deadly blow, HY do men like Carnegie. and Armour put their money Into i I you were"Chicago Dally News.
the Senate by apologizing for any pain And, drove nn army hack( ngaintt'ho.e the technical schools, when their money was made by men I this '
which In the heat ot discussion ho, blond pnrrimHoncd l winter's anew, ? Look at the Inconsistencies I "You said that if I bought suburban -
W education
such 0t
havo Inflicted. His last wordson Then ranio, the fatal Tenth of May! ; who had no house I could live like a prince.
qr might And t\n he rude outside hia line, between what Mr. Carnegie says and what he does.I With malaria and automobiles. I'm
earth were "Please excuse mo. A volley from the Gray Carnegie's "Empire ot Business" the
Nm y answered
In fear for life! "Well
Such gentleness usually mark a man ('nine e'er they heard the countersign.Wounded "How to Win Fortunes," written by Mr. Carnegie my ,
) of courage. On a memorable occasion to death yet patient, ealm, 'l' ''' chapter beaded the agent soothingly, "think of tbe
UK DELIVERED A POWKIU'UIj ttUOW. ho uttered the characteristic They bore him from the battlefield; five years ago: prlncjb who live in fear ot their lives"
He blessed hia baby with the arm "But the almost total absence of the technical school
maxim. "Novcr bo. haughty to the 'i hut iicvurinoro a sword should \vicld. from high positions In the business world seems Washington star.
bared In this way those who fell wounded; at last they gave way In a humble, nor humble to the haughty." A L'hrixtinn pure n hero strong, graduate It exists seems almost fatalto "I hear," said Mrs Oldcastle, "that
education
oth sides as well aa their own. tumultuous rout. Blazer, of course, HIM )RcniiiH posse writer's praise. to Justify the conclusion that college as Is the Miss Wadsworth has taken up the r
number of the had to with them. He made In seven days no less than 267- Virginia: ilill I in iioct'a Hong success In the business domain. Tho poor clerk and mechanic one she "
for a years past go an Shall nmiinify i Old !"' \Val\\' ways.Mm. study of Gaelic, "Has ? replied
bdreds of graves of unknown dead attempt when he reached the village 000,000 herring have been landed at .. II. 8. Turner. WaHhintfton, 1>: C., who rules. and observation her hostess, an she kicked back a corner
|he cemetery at Winchester. Va., of Myeratown' to rally the fugitives; Yarmouth, England. irt C'onfpdernte \ cteran. Now, after all these Illustrations, based on his own experience the graduate of $3000 rug "Josiah wantedme

e i been beautified although in notw but,In vain; they kept on IIIa head- In favor of practical men against technical men-against backs his I to take It up, but I never was no
the bodies of Northern' --Mr. Carnegie enters Into the field ot pure speculation and "
repose long flight, ., whim hand for cards. -Chicago Record-Her
n who lost their lives In the sev- "Blazer. rode a fleet horse and was fancy to the extent of a $12,000,000 technical Institute. This Is only a aid. 'r
1 battles which were so bitterly one of the last 'captured. One ot my ot Mr. Carnegie's. He might take his $12,000,000, add $12,000,000 to It and

ght In this portlon of Virginia's men, whose horse, was the fastest, throw the whole Into the ocean, and this country would be better off. Is It Changeling..

ey. Some years ago a monument a youth, Syd Ferguson, at last over- for the benefit of the public to turn, out men who will be distanced by clerks A woman, apparently normal and
I erected, largely through the sub- took him. Syd had fired the last shot 4 and mechanics Has he taken the sound business course? I would call his sane, went recently before a magistrate -

(Jptlons of the people In the vlcln- from hla pistols.".Th flying horseman Institute the Carnegie Twelve Million Dollar Blunder. In England and declared that
which Is one of the most attrac- leaned over on':tho neck of his nae txp. Ayf itt' Now, I wish to say that I give Mr. Carnegie a chance to answer this I' after fourteen years of married life 1"
in tbe South. On It Is this slg- steed. Syd rose in .his stirrups and .]" attack. I wrote him a letter and told him what I was going to do and asked she had Just discovered her husband

cant inscription;' "None knew delivered a powerful blow on. the him four questions. I agreed .to read his answers, but I have bad no response I to be a changeling. She asked a warrant
they were, but all knew what neck ot hU foe. from him. These were the questions I asked him:; for her real husband. She said '
were." As may be Imagined it "Blazer fall from his horse; the Do you owe your success In business to the technically educated men In In answer to questions that she had

i erected!; to the e-n .mel_ ones.. race was over;' and his career ended your employ or to those not so educated not yet spoken to the changeling about
hue the Oovernment has done to the technical men what Is the proportion of *
there' :/ It you owe your success the substitution; that he was not so tr
cb. in recent years in 'adorningh affalr'was aui fatal to Blazeras these men In your employ to the men not so educated? :Kind to her as her real husband, although !- 6'f
cities of the dead as those Culloden 'was to Charles Edward. ( Have you observed In :your business life that technically: educated men his habits were about 'tho v
Ilch are located at Antietam, The Spencer carbines had been of are more successful than those not so educated? same.

| th Mountain Arlington and oth- little use at close quarter:._*,.,. t a'J The best education Is long experience and observation in an ap-to-date I Now, a changeling Is generally understood r'
famoustln history the Southern "Blazer's loss wax twentyfourkilled factory." He continued: "Four years In the shop 1 III the training to get." to be a child secretly substituted '

pie have also engaged In the same twelve wounded and sixty-two 7 All an apprentice needs is to understand. English, be able to write and do I for another in Infancy, especially

rk for their' own, and althought prisoners and all their corses.. The r ,f a y plain arithmetic and draw. He caa get this at tbe night school or at home. I a child, usually stupid or ugly, sup- '
of the funds raised for the pure extraordinary number.killed'"waa' on I \ +YG posed to have been left by fairies' In /
have" been,.through private con- account ot tile .fight being hilt to hilt. t C.+N+++++++44+.+.++++++++ I exchange for one stolen. The belief e
butlona they have effected a great "However great may. have been t tl t in such substitutions Is not confined ,
Nt t y
M- Captain Blazer's chagrin. at-this,defeat < _z o to the Ignorant or to the poor, and t

F" ha took his capture In good part. humble In station. We' knew somo. Tt
rM wgiu.tw RrMd .
M1+ J. i I The 'victors and vanquished\ (were ?
n Shut Rooms years ago a young man, born In a family
Abolish
0 soon on the friendliest term; .Blazer I -u who '
of wealth and )position, was
and each of his men'carried a'canteen wretched because his mother Insisted
of old whisky. They shared<< the contents not'
when he was a baby that he was
: with my men j! and before they "5 By Mrs. G. Taylor/Brown. her child that be had been substituted '
had crossed the mounlalur It > j
} tor her own son, and not only did she ;$., ,
I merry crowd. That'llIgbt'the1 bad a HERE are homes especially among .tho farm homes, whose henceforth refuse to see him but she Z :
high junks at. a ,farme,' house In Ii- ..thasprlfi
the family except during
II Ii parlors are closed rooms to ..bated him with a malignant hatred' t\7.
I Loudoull. "M1..... .-, -.. II T II and autumn cleaning time. 'Then curtains are raised In other respect this woman, brilliant;:; '
f' and cobwebe swept down, and the rooms are shut up again. fond of society-was apparently sane "1)j":+
.r'" BIVOUAC OF T1U3JJEAD.Tha Children from such homes, unused to the furniture and best -Boston Herald. rant,

II I things; In the house, show it very plainly when In other par- L ) 1f
muffled drum's and rail loa beat lor*. Now, parents, we shall go thla way but once. Our 11" iJ..t .
The soldier1 last tattoo >xK children 11'11Ooar\ be grown and out from the home. I would Monty Earned By" onvlcta. ; .I; ;

.i. more brave on Lifa'i and parade Ullon-.shall iv,>. meet" prefer to see the carpet faded near the window rather than It la not generally known, hut ;ti" 1

t- On Fame' eternrj-.campinn-iround eaten by moth In the dark. Three year agora: teacher: wa. living la our I III nevertheless fact that convict ,'\Ir;;,;,r
JUU FU. of Plrts T.........* it.glin.sl 1 1I Their silent tents nra aprudi and he organized a social purity club, meeting one evening In a week "the Ohio penitentiary earn as high a* \>.Jt ,

1,1\ Captured. at Battle of Qaltysburgv'*vI And.The Ulory bivouuo guards of ,the with d..d.aolemn..' round* FLAGS CARRIED BY. VARIOUS CONFEDERATE: ARMIES.!: There family,went fifteen or sixteen: members III It. The house was all. open, and $50 or |60 a mouth for ,themsel'red'cr'r| .i'n'a
July 8. llJtJ3.)
.' such Nod times a* they had! True, some mud was brought Ill. It was aome working overtime. Theybave'A' car1" ; ,; ,!.,
"TRAY!) ",WHRB, BOILED; -;-- p'11' 'TUB RYtJBYJUlJRPHY TETBATBTB. AN UNCtTIfUrTODyOMAN.' ----Nm D EsBRii ltNDER. work to sweep and dust after but it paid. Let us give them pleasant r.mmbrance tams task to perform '.In/ elght'ltolirs ;I' "

", : lll "" *, .' : (TWhat waxes. thlnk"lIbe; Is un- "You may not think that the mere of a sweet cherry home that they 'can treasure through life. Light and all work they get out above' their:' ,,!'.
old< Sdmlrattwan exaggeration 1 knoga.. was at l0r'st aupo'! .Mr. Rylay"Why'' ara.. y" .'decoratloV eulturT'. ;' :: possession of great wealth makes you. uj all rooms.. Invite In a few' of the little omen to spend evening. Lay task Is credited to; 'thajiir ? ?.%i:;$; ;"'. 111,

wars. of' a :Mra.. Murphy \4PSheLtbIn11.IDs.n'giplpYe': are ''stupid. a man ot consequence." aide\ the work you are doing. There Is Um enough for that .Play th* slm. t In tho c bolt ahop \\oue morel''taan; / '..
describing voyage. '
IWblle one night crt llllnl"" In-tno PtclflM," he NFL Murphy-Me br Denny ls9comIn' :. ." '?-r". '* '1I1J.f.i:;. i.""" ; r "You needn't have said that" an. pie game, :pop the corn. Never mind a little scattered. .Never mind th* 200 man livid *vfymonth.900JBsv'work o.ertlmCl'Tb.. :. ,
Island which wagtjvly homos tba. day', ... '' ."wentot., of people:think wt"4;... awertd Mr. Cumrox.: "Mother and little feet that lightly mar the chairs Thin 1* a trifle compared to keeping accomplished In : a:;
.: "we .,aBBed wlth'.lobilars.S an MrJR7Ie tt'ohgbt,It run for totvairu '. ,"Yeacbut. he!, say I04oQlenlal1c1..IAJ l file girt lotrme.understand.It: ',T rrtlmtwe .ur children In'the home Instead ot staking ple mira>lu placae w* 40 not ;,convicts: are not allowed totwork moril.

IIt"!.BaldUoniK.ot red the guest,, smlfc 'years'be slat wpT *.*_?.. '. '!.," ''f\//: : give I a' party.'. "-Washington.. knoM.a. So open the room and make* bright and happy the live God laM glvm the than bolt eight hop tours. earns a: .day"Qua' nearly, $60 man eoj"111 '",

'. inerednlouslyidlobater.' .:.r.- met 't.p.Afl'LtAtalAAl1" tO.Yn1w btttR.eng4. 1- 'r .Stal., :< ";j.P't'. 'k 6:i'.. ; to youV keeping' Rd If no llttl ones dwell under your roof X Invite: soovrt- month eaHed ,
a year. off for good bebarvura. It' aim "' success w make you young and happy again yourself. 'Bur" : 'ft will do It* sad 1r. cm- rtmningwhaUa] afeet
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4 ," ,_ "Stay," laid Hyman "How much source of food supply for the race of have found in It any' attraction/ :; .
IiJ; It' 'Ac, did he aay he'd give you?" inajilfind Yet Insect have been I Some naturalists are inclined to re- t ;

;jeb Sus i nil to. tbinkin'..u, 'when harve t com along< j "They sell regularly for 13 & box, eaten from time( immemorial, Borne-- ,gard the grub of the Stag beetle; aa
.I .aw tIm i>r"" )ect brighten like a "minhenm In a pong;' ". .. these cigars, but t got them for a times figuring aa luxuries at other I he original "Cossus," and certainly
, .'Hilver' jinglnd, 'oireleiwlikethat word we uo.lerotoodt..oM> little 4es.," said Yankele. "He said (fill ft staple article of diet. Perhaps its larva la sufficiently iargd! to make
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up up he'd give me |2 a box for them. the chief food Insect-and a very Important a Juicy mouthful while there1 l fa nd

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/ '.I no value for such: cigars. I furnishes the favorite food of many less appetising than the ver blanc;

.,.your. llrellm.-th.tile. dOI.kn.'fln mlllt h.! the 4Ireftloorj drenm.r. In. of a world,the. 1ightJ the .Lord made br1Ilb&.rn.of will be back soon," he said aa he put numerous African tribes, some na- On the whole however, the larva of

win' un' the l'8"pi'l?) drcIUIl of glory an' of .IIood_ his hand on the door. lons living almost exclusively upon the large wood-boring beetle knowna
*s t keel, h..1t..e bl"'in" ; but rl"n!! burnlll' up,;h.:,l"eolllIV. .._'__ -"Walt," said Hyman. "I don't its teeming hordes, Locusts have a Prlonua seems moat likely to have1

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; ol'-fniitiioned. lemon| im' 1'03 glnd wo-rmd it right, make a profit anyway" remain to us In the British Museum trees, grows to great size and unquestionablY -

here It 1U tie deeper; rr't imm'' truest'fore he till snid itt hla r"Uood.iiiKht;" "Make it 92.20 and I'll do It." said there U a Nlnevah sculpture showing possesses culinary poBslilitles. -
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Yankele.' "Gottlieb laid he'd be willing men carrying different kinds of meatto .
bt you i-o k""l'i> .1111,,iJio! tire,)'Ollre a-burnin' up tho wood! "
K" ,' ; -Jr>oni Uncle Remus's JIngnzIno.. ... to advance a little if need be. some festival, and among them So far as the writer Is aware, the
; r<> See, they are first class cigars and you are some who carry long sticks to only butterfly distinguished by supplying PILE ERECTED AT STONY BATTER.. _
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make eighty cents profit on each box which locusts are tied. In Athens of food to mankind is the Australian _

( at $3.20. Besides see what trade old, locusts and grasshoppers were species called by the natives. The birthplace of James Duchannn, feet square. The.body of the u monument .'

you draw with each draw from the sold In the markets, and they were Bugong." Regularly every year this the only President Pennsylvania' has Is composed of native atoned

. ;; DEAL: IN CIGARS cigar." he added smiling. then preferred as dainties above the Insect congregates in vast swarms on given the Nation, has at last ,boen showing the weather marks, many
I Goodman was in doubt for a longtime most succulent quails or the best figs. the rock slopes of the Bugong Mountains marked by a monument. ,being covered with moss. The stone tfo

but finally he said hastened a In the law of Moses as set forth In and It Is said that the natives It was 110 years ago that James are set In cement of which over three

frJust a Casual Venture Involving a Little Profit. bit as Yankele fumbled the door- the book of Leviticus we find locusts light great fires beneath the trees Buchanan was born, near the village and one-half carloads! were used. The

knob: "Well, I'll take them. I can't I permitted as food to the Jews; ando upon which the butterflies have of Flotz, In Franklin County, at a inscription plate and seat are made,

(A Tale of tha.New York Ghetto.) let Gottlieb get ahead of me." I the present day, in Palestine, these settled for the night, thus suffocating place called Stony Batter. Before of hammered American grttV granite.
. c "Cash down," said Yankele as he Insects' are fried In sesame oil and them and bringing them to earth. the present monument was erected The plate la Blx by two and one-half

- .- -r. returned from the door eaten. In Arabia Petrea locusts are When a sufficient quantity has been there was nothing about the cabin, In feet and the letters are three Inches
,, : ; Goodman arose from his chair and dried In the sun and ground Into a collected, the fire Is cleared away, and which the fifteenth President first high. The inscription Is as followa-"

It 0'-, walked to the cash drawer With kind of flour for cake-making. In the insects are spread upon the heated saw tho light of day, to indicate that "Thla monument marks the birthplace
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lfag lingering reluctance he took two Central Africa certain tribes make ground and raked about until their It had once sheltered the only son I of James Buchanan, fifteenth,

, y, '&\ ,. greasy $2 bills from it and added them Into thick brown soup. In legs wings and feelers are singed off. of this State who became the head President of the United States. Born"
t : a forty cents in change. He handed the Madagascar they are baked In huge The bodies are then pounded into a of the Nation. April 23, 1791. Died June 1, 1168.
the the money to Yankele. jars, then fried In grease and mixed pulp in a wooden vessel and afterward By the will of Harriet Lane JOhn-1 The monument elands near the) '

ore of \ "May It be for profit to you" said with rice. In Algeria they are aim made into cakes. son, Washington, D. C., cabin in which President Buchanan
Yankele courteously New York ply boiled In water and salted to Among the Insects that are eatenIt President, Duchanan and mistress of was born. The country round aboutis
nieu Sun. taste. The Arabs grind and bake Is necessary to Include the famous the White House during her uncle's wild and has not changed greatly

ecame them as cakes, roast them In butter, grugru, or palm grub of the West term a sum of- money was set asideto since the time the President as a boy
'lIaUy at or crush them with camel's' cheese Indies, with the allied species foundIn erect a marker at her uncle's birth played In the mountains. The mon-
., In VSEFUL NEW WOODS and dates; but it U said that they Java. These grubs, when roasted place. This monument has beeu ument will be Inclosed by a neat Iron "

get only resort to this fare In years of on tiny spits and richly spiced are finished. fence and the ground Inside will be '
ounced Tupelo Found Valuable For Many famine. In Southern Russia wbere said to surpass all other kinds of animal The marker Is pyramidal In shape graded and sodded for a distance of '

nIJ, to! | ," Purposes. locusta are still extensively eaten by food In flavor This however thirty-one feet high and thirty-eight fifty feet.-Plttsburg Dispatch.: t

,n't- The scientific study of the merits of the serfs the insects are usually appears to be an acquired _taste._ for --
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have many species of trees against the use smoked in the first instance like flab. tne traveler LeDiond who ate them in AUVSSIMA'B: RULER. Herds of Elk In Kansas.

to of which there has been a prejudicefor When required for consumption the the Isle of Reunion, says that at first Up to fifty or sixty years ago big'

oDe. like I one reason or another is one of legs and wings are broken off, and he thought them disgusting but that game abounded In this vicinity. Buf-

I eVe cause to the most Important phases of the for- the bodies are then boiled roasted, after a little time he grew accustomed Yielding to the progressive spirit! of alo, elk, deer, antelope and bear were)

I est work of the Government from an stewed fried or broiled. to them and found them ex- the time, the King of far-away and na plentiful aa rabbits are to-day;
,V are | econo.mlc point of view, and the Investigations According to Mr. P. L. Simmond3, t.Many. secluded! Abyssinia has decided to During the later years of his life the
orked already made have pro- who made an exhaustive study of other insects have been and give his country a constitutional gov- famous hunter Daniel Boone came
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p: give vided the lumber industry with much strange kinds of animal food, the are, used as dainties. The ancient annually to what is now Jefferson

''LL n-a did valuable Information.The Haver of locusts while strong and Greeks were very fond of cicadas ..- _. ,w I County to hunt.
0 bave go- latest discoveries of valuable disagreeable when raw becomes mild or harvest flies-Insects of a very The noted surveyor John McCoy
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.' qualities In a formerly neglected species readily disguised range who surveyed
select | resulted after an Investigation of In fact from his own experience. and note Is a familiar country sound \ reservation and most of the Indian

that fair the tupelo gutu which finds its homeIn that of several of his friends whom i throughout the Southern States durIng reservations of Kansas, says: "One

ud, you to the Southern swamps. Tupelo two he induced to partake of the fare lie the summer season. Cicadas are evening on going into camp near

_ years ago, at the time the study was assures us that a broth made by boil also eaten to-day by certain African Stranger Creek on our way out less -U

I oo begun, was little known and seldom ing the unfledged Calopterl (a Rocky tribes. The Greeks also were eatersof than twenty miles from Cantonment
; used even in the parts of the country Mountain species) for two hours In crickets; nor are these Insects Leavenworth, a herd of elk, estlmnt-

okele.. I I where It Is most plentiful. In the cut- the proper quantity of water, and neglected at the present day for the ". ,) : ed to number 200 or 300, was encountered
"''YOU ting of cypress in the Gulf States seasoned only with pepper and salt, Is natives of a large portion of Southeastern and several killed. (This -
s "' I where tupelo is found In large Quanti- quite palatable and scarcely to be Africa dig up a large subter- tr- a wall in 1830.) Captain Martin In "

hat' T a ties, the trees were disregarded. It distinguished from beet broth. From anean species and roast It over a 1818 camped for the winter with
It ; learn that locusts bright fire for food. three companies of United States
: was found that the prejudice then existing the same authority we -
o go against the wood was caused bya fried In their own oil, and with In China where almost every kind riflemen on Crow Island, ten miles
the lack of knowledge of Its propertiesand the addition of a little salt have of animal food whether predisposing above Leavenworth, and during that

..nly I I a lack of care In handling the ma- quite a nutty flavor. and are by no In aspect. or the reverse, finds a ready winter killed botwen 2000 and 3000

consider I terial. The Investigations carried on means unpleasant eating. Indeed, the market, the chrysalids or silkwormsare I deer besides great numbers of bears

>dman an- by the United States Forest Service flavor very quickly becomes an "ac regarded as luxury by the lower I and turkeys."-Potter Kansan. '

) have proved the value of the wood for quired taste" and the experienced '.o- classes. They are sold in the streets
il entail l cust eater grows very fond of It. That -after the valuable cocoons of yellow -

ns to ..u'.&. ..... .S a judicious course of locust fare is silk have been removed from .

_ -J. there wholesome and nourishing cannot be them-and find willing buyers at a
oft to [ I price equal to about ten cents KINO MENELIK:
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se I'll the Buck-Saw. grow fat when the food Is I pound. As to their edible qualities, Of AbY.Klnll'Who bus grunted a constitutional f

"Then plentiful. Moreover it has been suggeeted nothing can be said, for no civilized government to his people.
t. and I i that these Insects, nicely being has proved bold enough to taste -- -- -- ---- -- .,-,
ernment and to that end has -- '
appointed -
," alked whose sons bad all grown up and cooked and served. would prove beneficial the dish.. The mere fact that the lines.
"is.klug man by the name of Esau Buck to chrysalids are relished by the Chinese a cabinet on European -
in cases of wasting disease
lt: ;;\ On the evening of the first day they the goes for nothing, it being Impossibleto A parliament elected by the people
Apart from locusts most pop- T(
wl1be\ established In due time. 'i.
for wood and unloaded them. *
place confidence in the
any national
was ular insect food consists of grubs and
said to the hired man: King Mencllk has shown himself In
hta? caterpillars\ of which many specie palate of a race which actually raises
to-day, and while l' am gone you many other Instances a liberal and
ram out of the garden." are eaten with avidity in different the grubs of bluebottle flies la heapsof intelligent sovereign. He has negotiated -
Esau went out to saw the wood countries of the civilized world. Few putrid fish near the seacoast, au
,. he wouldn't saw. When Esau saw people realize that the grub of the values the produce more highly than leading countries looking to an enlargement 'H.
iety saw with that saw. Esau looked common cockchafer (Melolontha), the facility of obtaining it would lead of commercial relations Mo.4AT..." /
that was the only saw be saw, so he ,_
us to believe
Ir for/ when properly dressed forms a nutritious .
with them. Ills country Is provided
home be "
came said to Esau
_ that ; and actually dainty food. Yet It Is related by M. "
wood?" Daguln that with no seaport but It Is to be cOnnected )
Levi. : but I wouldn't saw It." such is unquestionably the case, French peasant children are In the with the coast by a railroad
our see the saw, and when he saw the Twenty years or so ago. a banquet habit of catching wild bees for the built by foreign capitalists to whom
in sell saw with that saw. When Esau was given at the Cafe Custoza In purpose of sqeezlng from them the ho has made concessions. Menellk

__ That he couldn't saw with the saw, Esau C. Paris for the special purpose of demonstrating minute store of honey which each has calls himself Emperor of Ethiopia,
i cbance the wood and made a seesaw. the excellent qualities of collected This reminds one of the I and claims to be a direct descendant

> what went to town and bought a new the ver blanc as this grub is called use made of the :Mexican honey ant of King Solomon and the Queen of
t when he came home he hung the The Insects were fried to a golden Those who have paid attentionto
/ : saw-buck by the seesaw. any Sheba. He gained his throne only
'I. said ; Buck saw the old buck in the brown color in a paste of flour milk the natural history of this remark I after a fierce struggle with opposing
: the S when driving him from the garden and eggs; and of the fifty guests present able insect will be aware that certain claimants. Ho has been one of the

an goes 1'a saw the buck-saw on the saw-buck the majority called for a second Individuals In Its colonies have the I best rulers his country ever had. One 1,1,1, 1b$$ ....... '..1 '
'of helping. A recipe for cooking these power of drinking in an enormous ''of the remarkable features of his
at Esau Buck looking at the new grubs. which is still extensively em- quantity of sweet nectar until they reign was the terrible defeat admin-
-evl. by the seesaw he made a dive for ployed In certain parts of France. I ls become converted into veritable I istered to the Italian army by the Fooled IHcMHltioiind by Chemical.

bu?. the seesaw against Esau' Buck, as follows: "Roll the vers blancs, honey pots. They are used. In fact Abysslnlans at Adowa. Menellk has
of
,, saw-buck by the seesaw. Acting under orders Governor
which are short and fat. In flour and as honey to which the the
pots, other expressed a desire to have neg.oesfrom
Iw you the old buck dive at Esau Buck Glenn, Sheriff, Diddle, of Craven
ern and knock the seesaw against bread crumbs with a little salt and ants bring their surplus store of the Southern States of America County N. C., brought Joe Bailey

_rack the buck-saw on the saw-buck by pepper, and wrap them In a stout sweets, and from which they draw a emigrate to and settle in his country the alleged murderer of JohnM.
pyway. to kill the old buck. But the buck piece of paper well buttered Inside, supply when they are pressed by and has promised them good treat- negro. Lancaster merchant of Vnnco-
i the blow and countered on the old Place it In the hot embers, and leaveIt hunger. Now these ants distended ment and every possible advantage. n
lat
we boro, i u> i: 'Iclsh for safe keeping
ler old man over the seesaw on to Esau to cook for twenty minutes, moreor with sweet juices are sold by measureIn No exodus from the South to Abys- '
-id that seesaw crippled Esau Buck, broke (; less according to the degree of the Mexican markets.In sinia has as yet beglln.Lesllo'sWeekt The killing; of Lancaster aroused public -
_ _
i and the seesaw indignation. and posses were or-
.- buy' heat. On opening tbe envelope a very conclusion, It may be said that ganized, bloodhounds were secured
-
> appetizing odor exhales, which dls all civilized races are insect eaters
:
not :: and the swamps were searched. By
.. they noses one favorably to taste the dell unconsciously. There Is a small "' \\a Australian AVciipon the uso of a chemical concoction on
a' number of uses. The result of these cacy, which will be more appetizingthan beetle, known as the corn weevil,
II threw
been The womerawa Is a curious stick the soles of his shoes the negro
I studies 'largely' removed the preJudices snails, and -will be declared one which infests grain to an enormous
pked which the Australians use for flinging the dogs. off his trail when within 200
against thIs gum and in a abort of the finest delicacies ever tasted." extent It has been known to damage
with enemies nl- yards of him but he was captured
arrows against or
long
} he i time the demand for tupelo rapidly That the ancient Romans were hopelessly a cargo of wheat worth while crossing a brge.r .
I mals.
Increased very partial to a large woodboringgrub 180.000 during the voyage across the I
bly
on he The wood Is now widely used not as a dainty certain, but efactly Atlantic; while even the cleanest and i

ken on only in the States where it grows, but what this Insect was ha* never yeti best wheat after It has been stored
In also In distant parts of the country iu i been satisfactorily explained. The for a period is almost certain to harbor -
r er. ; i wa'i manufacture of wooden pumps Romans called it "Coasus; but the at least a few of these pests.

iways sounding boards for violins and organs Cossus of our day is the grub of the And when this wheat to converted

:. I mantels and interior finishing\ large goat moth at times so destruc Into flour, the beetles are ground up ? :
penta ould the such as molding door and window live to fruit trees. This Insect poa with It, and thus become a part of our

n." frames and floor jams. It Is also eases a very objectionable odor. bread, cakes and confections.-From Il'
< all manufactured Into all kinds of lum- which seems to indicate an; equallY the Scientific American
.atter.-
I
tr... ,I ber.t Including a good grade of edge ,. ,t1's" '- -
,
: "I grain'flooring.'Tupelo
the
b I. gum.'In Her Ready Reply Niagara's Age. -' 4'e
'- form of flooring 'Was recently .found ? I ___
ing to competing successfully with Douglas A few evenings ago a train made This question, always interestingfor

fir ,Ja the Los Angeles market even aj' of two ordinary passenger coaches the light it throws on the past
pose I though bearing a. freight rate of and baggage car' pulled into the history of the earth has had many
\ Station from the The latest i Is that of Dr. J,
rI/ a '*' ; eighty-five cents 'hundredweight\ Union yard prepared answers;

Iy. !' ( got from. Its source of .production, in to go out on one of the branch W. Spencer, who. from recent studies
," said Louisiana "" I, roads. The hands of the station clock on the spot finds that the mean rate I JFI
within a -few minutes of of recession. of the falls la
n't be ..." This la only- one. .example of th'e pointed to at present .
take : do studies carried on by the Government the scheduled time of) departure and 4.3 feet per year and.that this has

ell, you ) '.* for the purpose of.,creating markets' the shivering passengers who had been the rate for approximately 337 I '
take ; and establishing': for kinds of been standing ou the station 'Platform years. But owing to the fact that
,ink I ; pay woof/ whose properties are not under laden with bundles quickly filled the originally the waters of Lake Erie

p. 1dOll" \ stood...,Tha reason for.making these coaches. only were discharged over the falls
nkele.. ; are studies Is that by finding aubatltutaa Men and women alike sought seatsIn giving but one-fifteenth of the present itCAPTAINS
1411't. 'let for 4 wood 'MW"'I" use which' have both of the coaches when a brake- water supply, the rate of recession
Idn'C entered the ear' and after an- was at first much slower A sudden
.C81'0.1,. man(
grown
of THE
consequence an excessive OP INDUSTRY I THE RAW MATERIAL AND
of. questions In thefQrmatlve' widening of the gorge over Foster'sFlat
swering-a Icore
l. demand the
timber supply of FINISHED, ARTICLE. .k"From vl J
II... the'country Is Itf effect Increased, the that.the1 head coach was indicates the position of the Brooklyn Life. **' iJ ji
Hy .
--evIi l : .: : moat economical," of*. od'' fa*pro the smoking car a fat woman loaded falls when the other Great Lakes began *. -, i'
give : .... ,.
.
; 'down to discharge Into Lake Erie. -- '
with.bundlesspDeoacbed him
;)ou: :( tha raoted, -and rth 5 evilsof'' a -generaahortaga .. Conare--; : Jottings 'About Sports. ?""I""' 'J
his data Dr. calculates Hull of
From Spencer
u la and asked: '
give- supply are to that degree 'Ji.,
.
----I The New York Yacht Club's racing
,nkele I in.I ,- lessened. Washington Correspond Say f mister, 'Is ,this tha. smokingcar the entire age of the falls at 89,000 Mr. Simmons of North season will begin on TburadsyJ1ne, l: t 2;:_ _
The with the full the .
I put his ; I enee 9f the New York Tribune.. ? year cutting, spoke In support of "shIp 18. .**" '
td ouf'\ i; J Jed [ : "Of course It la the smoking car" power of the four lakes la estimatedto bill. The Automobile Club' of America; ., ,I"" ,;:
at It. \ Look on the Brighter 81tJ '. said the brakeman. "Does It. look have lasted 3500 year.-Youth's* Mr Bacon, of Georgia, spoke on alleged has withdrawn 'from membership'ltup> 'JV ''3ft
.' : Hy- like a, parlor carT" Companion executive encroachments on the. the American Automobile ,.Aiaocftyi, ," : )*
AwKngUahmao;. frankly remark. legislative power.Representative. .': t \
.
a :I The fat woman 'pulled .'her' cloak lion. : :
said: ) I Idn't. I to that American" m. ,' Qke.de.l hits' 'closer round her shoulders before she Brain In the tomacb. Lilley testified be- : A. J. Joyn T haa be..a ..nllad l- av r t L '
bands. 'What a' blessing' IfwonlA be fore the House committee which is trainer for ''H.' P/Whitney l'.C..' [>i1-:
.repliedl _. __ The solar plexus I. the emotional
.. ,
of lateRogers .'
If jre could) make 'the American\ wou1.elV5.thIstflUffflOTifll9 : Investigating his charges.The house la the plaoa th 'J.S.
t, we" 1..looka.lIke a' cattle car and it braid Professor Francois Guyot.Aa..emotlon '
i says ,
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go [ ) I < : .
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t ay" :-too Iiels like!; an lo.bo*, sh.'aa1d A "Evi that attack a.. U felt $ ? ?move aclu..tedin -
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pension"bill
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. . TV .. *'. t'.. T M M LOCAL SYNOPSIS.HE 'Brill la selling off fine China at cost. We close for
the season in few daSateson'e
a ; The flue ice and electric bight plant At the ice cream social given by the
"MoBrlde s Market" for fine Cnrio. I
DREKA'S meat. Phone 8. cute of r at Daytona was destroyed by fire early. Seventh Grade of public school at the
'D18 1908 Judge! Stewart returned yesterday Wednesday morning, causing a lose of !. A. Brickaon A Co'*, male room' lust
: IMFOKTAST NEWS ITEMS OF M... Elizabeth Bust in town from a professional visit
I Department Store wan from to Daytona about 150000. There was no stopping Saturday. afternoon, the sale amounted
THE PANT WEEK. Orange City Tuesday. Both the Bond mills at Lake Helenre of the flames and it is said the destruction to about $S3 for the library nod.

Mr. J. P. Mace was a Lake Helen vis kept busy to keep up with order. was complete. It was owned by

VERYTHINC TO WEAR, TO EAT, TO use Local and Society Item for tb. PcopU'i itor to DeLand, Tuesday. Mr. W. C. Watts and Dr. Moseley the; Schantz estate and was.model cues The Marsh Market.If .

ji, .... Paper._Brl.l H..".. of "..&8 MSMD Mr. Oscar Davis left Tuesday on a went to Daytona yesterday on business. Dayton., Seabreeze and Daytona Beach yon want the choicest out of Meat

by our Rep...... pleasant visit to Eastman, Ga. The school of law at Stetson graduates will be without light now until the eve your order with us. The beet of

TMJJJS is the season to look for bargains. | Mr. G. A. Dreka la yet in Washing. quite a class of fine young men next also plant without can be rebuilt.ice until These town. were Chops Beef. ,Mutton Sausage. and. Pork Hamburg Roast Steak and
ton a t supply could be
,: _, __h ... __ .. Wade, the tuner Orlando. at the bedside of his sick father. month. secured from Palatka. The Record fresh and salted Hams, Breakfast Bacon ;
Some good Hosiery at Brills. Mr. J. L. True and friend were In All the fast tourist trains have been reotp'ete etc Courteous attention and prompt
town from Orange City the first of the I taken off, anj the roads to note this great los to the delivery. ,
r gf are now backto
line of Wash
pretty Ladies' Skirts Dr. Mellette'e Remedies at Allen's. week. the summer schedule. owners aa well, In the mean time, to Marsh Bros.OSTEOPATHY "

F l At ,a Great Reduction. I I Paper.Try Brlll's new ISo Fabric Writing Read oar ad. Grasp the opportunity Mr. H. A. Wright of Glenwood i* Daytona. .,

eMr. nd buy while thingsare cheap Dreka's down at Vicking looking after hi* Mr. A. W. Fritot, Division Passenger ,.
|,' Plain White, and Checks In Pique and Duck. .. William Laws of Orange City Department Store. promising pineapple crop. Agent, and Mr. E. Cliff Cohen TravelIng Dr. J R Moseley. graduate of the ;
I was in town Tu 8day. '
',/ White and Brown Linen. Mrs. McUann and little child left Wade, the expert piano! tuner, was Passenger Agent of the Atlantic Klrksvtlle the founder School of of the Osteopathy Science. under
Mr. and Mrs. Lookard
left last week Monday to here from Orlando] Coat Line at DeLand
spend the summer at the i this week putting were tile first of
Skirts now $ .98 $3.00 Skirts now $2.48 for the Trenton N. J., home. former Kentucky home DpLand pianos in good order. he; week in the interest of their road. Office-The first floor of the Carroll-' ; f
ton Hotel, over G. A. Dreka A>Co. *
1.19 3.50 2.87 You will find the biggest bargains You will meet the county candidate The white fly is showing up at many They were here in relation to getting dry (!roods store. ;

: souvenirs at Batenon's Curio in your section/ now nearly every day places about DeLand. At yet it hal op advertising matter about DaLand to Hours-B to 12:30: and 1:30: to 6, or by .
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1.65 4.00 3.37 Mr. Robert Jones was A Spring Oar until tbe primary passes. got Into the groves ont of the city. appear In a handsome illustrated book appointment. Phone 188. .
2.W 1.98 4.50 3.79 den visitor to DeLand Tuesday. Mr. the Coast Line la to Issue in the early
New Crews,
.. spring Irish potatoes are in traveling represntative of fall LOVEOSTEOPATH
-- containing descriptive DR..S. R.
- -- ., --- Prompt attention given your orders. at market from the Bough garden on the the Times-Union was at DeLand yesterday write. matter and
McBrlde's Market. Phone 8. low lands east of Lake Helen in the interest of that paper. ups of many places along Itd ''
Woolen/ Dress Goods at the Following Reduction: lines. The College Arms Hotel golf
Mr. B. F. Chapman is to remodel and The new Stanley home, going up on Editor Johnston of the E. O. Painter links and Stetson University will be ,nauleAlealeAxal'aeatOeOrx.PArer!'

I ,.66the yard now $ .47 $1.25 the yard now $ .98 enlarge his home on Wisconsin Ave. north Boulevard will be one of the Printing Co., made Jacksonville a business well represented in 1 the book as well as Klrkitllli. Mo rl,'
'' .57 1.50" 1.19 The DeLand Clerk's Association helda handsome residences of DeLand. trip the latter part of the week. DeLand in general. 60 New York Ave. Op posits, < a delightful
r'tIS, winter
f Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5
1.00"('I .78 regular business meeting last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. E L Hon and Mr. audMrs. The pupils of the high school will give resort. Mexsrs. Fritot and Cohen m, or by appointment. TeL 200.p.

- night. Walter B. Burgess went over to an entertainment for the benefit of the I said white calling at The Record office, .. .
-' --- Try our home made bologna and pare Daytona yesterday, returning/ today. public school library on Friday, May 8. that DeLand was one of the prettiestand 1- ------ ,

(150 farm sausage, "McBriJe's Market" FOR SALE-Billiard Table and Outfit If you luteud to become a candidate most thriving towns on the CoastLine \
Men's Sammer Suits to be of 150
Disposed |
Phone 8.Born complete. Can be had at a bargain./ for a connty office yon haven't much I and that this place la a good ,,

Suits to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Apply to W. M. FIELDS. longer to decide and to Ret your name patron of their line, and they proposeto ,/
' now $1.98 $12.00 Suits now 8.75 Craig, Thursday morning, April 83rd, Mr. R. C. Bnsbnell has purchased the on the official oallot. have it well represented in the handsome &
8.00 44 6.00 ]8.50" 9.48 1908( a fine boy. home Don't book the Railroad Company is to
new corner Florida and Wiscon\ wait until it is too late to get t '
OJOQ): 7.98 ]5.00" 11.25 Prof. A. L. Sobrle Is to>> have him Bin Ave., just finished by Mr. <..b88. W. your supplies at Bateson'i Issue. It will be a big advertisement. g'j''
,...a.a erected a nice home this summer on his I Price. chance only comes once a CDrloJbe for DeL nd, for the book will be distributed j'j'j
goods at these by the hundreds of thousands
lot f
west Michigan Ave prices.
i Messrs. S. E. Smith of Pierson ant'<< T.H. .
We are closing out onr line of Hon. J. B Conrad attended tbe meet- Prevatt of Seville, were at DeLand The registration books are open and throughout Cohen the country. Menara Fritot h 't ,,,,
ing of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, this week, summoned a* jurors before i! throughout/ the county for yon to register are among: the moat popularand t t

W. L. Douglas Tan Oxfords for Men at Jacksonville, this week. the Circuit Court. I for the primary election. Don't fail[ energetic railroad men In the !South: :
I to do so Do not lose vote. and they are bustling for their road all] ,
Mr. W... B. Hatch and family are making County Commissioner W. H. McBride I your tbe time. They were' delighted to see ".,
$3.50 Tan Oxfords now $2.48 : a short stay at Daytona before returning candidate. for the office of Tax While in many sections of the counts tbe evidence of prosperity on all band I {
tt to till Michigan home. Collector, was at the county seat from heavy rains have fallen during/ the past I at DxLand. ;It.,
--- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- .. : Seville two weeks, in other '"
=- /Home:! delightful showers fell at De- Wednesday sections, no rain tit 'it',:>'
Land fife week but it will take lots of Dr. Mnnaon bus presented to the public :I lies fallen to amount to any lCood.I ---.a-------- j j4 ,
A L' nice line of Ladies' Black and Tan r
rain to thoroughly wet the ground. school library 10 volumes of docu-j l I Deputy Sheriff Ed Smith one of the The Circuit Court.

Oxfords at Great Reduction Dr. Padgett, prescription clerk at the meats aDd Messages of tbe candidates, for sheriff! spent several 1 'F
a Walters Pharmacy, has been off on a of the United States.: i days at DeLand this week, attending When The Record went to press last 1 f
Friday m">rnlng the Circuit Court
vacation at tbe former home at Miami. An army of workman are yet at work the session of the Circuit Court. was
i engaged in the case of Alexander Howell ;:
Was
$3.50 $1.73 -
now on the University library building. I Swill : r .
Mr. M.
F. Barton The
was the De- Social
among I Department of the Wo vs F. E. C. Ry damages; the jury I
Land delegation attending the session be ready probably by the openingof man's Club will entertain with a lawn returned a verdict for the defense. I ,.
H Was $3.00 now $1.39 of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows the fall term of Steteou. I at the
this I party home of Mrs. W. S.: Taylornext Thin week the following jury caseshave .

-_J> .. .. .. .. week. Mr. F. H. Flnney Orange City was I:I Tuesday afternoon. All members been disposed: 1'f
Notwithstanding the spring drouth, in town Saturday. He, Mrs. F and are requested to "II end. J. D. Begga vs. I. A. Stewart, where

m DeLand has been abundantly supplied Capt. Graves left this week for tbe sum Friday night: May 1, the Stetson Glee plaintiff sued defendant for $1,000 for 'y r .,,'
:Staple and Fancy Groceriesfay with fresh vegetables mer home at Eue Claire, Wls. "1''i
daily by the local 1 Club will give its second annual concert professional services and damages; a '
trackers. Mr.< Robert Lowrie has. been at Jacksonville in the Anditoiinm. The program verdict for $500 was returned for the ,

Ij If you are not a subscriber of The this week aa a delegate from will consist of solos, duets, quartets plaintiff. to
I 'q Grain Orange Box Material Wraps the DeLand lodge to the session of the W. C. Cannons .1'
Record send in your order for acopy of and choruses by the Glee Club. Those John Dartls, Involving .
*** _" the county delinquent tax list. Ont Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. who enjoy good music and a jolly time ownership and possession of a ;

: Friday, May 1. Mrs. Judge Jones and the daughter can't afford! to miss this fine entertain horse; verdict by order of the court, re Copyright 1908 by f

No. 77 t Mrs J. Q. Edwards and children, the Mrs Wright, have been spending the meat turned for the plaintiff. Hart Schsffner tt Marx '
3.; A. DREKA & CO. Phone ; guest of Mr. W. C. Jackson and family, week at DeLand while the Judge finishing the court business here. aegro, charged with murder in the Brs°ree If You're
S' i returned the latter part of the week to closing of the DeLand-Daytona Waiting .
the Georgia home. road until the work went to trial Wednesday, and
In tbe it has
. . . . . It . . . . . It . monthly spelling contest atBeelar's on progressed' Thursday afternoon tbe jury returned ::
... school farther, wakes It Inconvenient for special invitation
J..1. The GOO or more students attending on Thursday, Miss Irene very for verdict of a
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guilty. & Fish
Stetson University are busy these days Alcott spelled every word correctly parties who wish| to get to the coast or for tbe defense. to come and see our :;
preparing for the final examination and thus winning the prize-a box of candy.: coast parties get( to the county seat by The
for Commencement. The early closing movemeut, at 6 team, and ItS hoped that the roa I will court yesterday afternoon took new clothes here it .,

m..".,..".".".".,.".,.".".".".".".',..".,..',..".".,..".',..".,.,..".".".., Mr. Neal Alexander:: Is home from De- I m. every day, will be inaugurated by p.; soon be reopened to the public. Oak np tbe Hill case negro of the charged State va.with McNeal murder an is. We're "at home" t

/Soto:! county, where he has been since '> the DeLand merchant next week be- I Nathan Roberts has been supplying The case will probably finished today any business day; ,

|It f Of course after i last fall buying and shipping orangesfor ginning May let and to continue until our market with some very fine Irish and show ;'
JI I Alexander & Baird. Nov. 1st. potatoes, raised in his garden on the we'll you_

, ki-...spending yout money for Mr. Steve M. Getty has rented the I Mrs. J. B. Conrad attended, this week Hough tract Using bat BOO pounds of Hart Schattner &

t"!<'t Allen cottage at Coronado<<: Beach, and at Daytona, the meeting of the Grandg' fertilizer be got( 100 bushels to the acre, Marx clothes 1.
; i is over there patting in tbe time final Chapter of the Order of the Eastern for which( he receives $2.40: per bushel, s

f! [IINSECT POWDER \ and planning In tbe surf. Star, representing the DeLand order at or over "|4iO, to the acre This crop wes SHORT DRAWERS ,.j;
said meeting. matured in eleven weeks without ruin WASH TIES by!
Mr. Chas. W. Stetson and family, ,*
(1(1'/" occupying their DeLand home on north i Dr. and Mrs. Newton moved into or irrigation THIN SOCKSWALKOVER

( '- you want It to work for you. j Boulevard for the winter left yesterday : their handsome new home on south !Mrs. Sherman cousin of General OXFORDS ;

,I I for tbe Lansdale, Pa., home. I<' Boulevard this week. Tube is one of Sherman and the late Senator John '

-!. I II Prof. H C. Hill, of the Stetson Law by tbe Contractor pretty now homes of DeLand built Sherman, died last Friday at her home I I E FOUNTAIN'S ;
Calros.
J ? There is about School, will not return another year, I ? near DeLeon Springs: where she had t
nothing lazy ours. I\
I having accepted a similar position in a The music house of J. A. Erlckaon & been living for several years Tbe retuning "-
i' | shipment to
; A guarantee with each sale. prominent Northern university 1
goes CONSIDER THIS _
a party at Crescent City the first of the former Northern home by undertaker 1I
:;lrrr MONEY BACK IF IT DON'T SUIT. You mast now pay your water bill the week; also four talking machines to J. R. Gentry of tbe WattsMillerCo. .
promptly to the tbe
'I.L. city or water will the north end of tbe county '"
I be shut off from your home, and it will
take $1 to have it turned on again. Mr. C. C. Fanning left fur Atlanta Stetson University will turn out the E. H. HAYWARD CALLS A beautiful country home, a

bdrug Store The Electrio Light & Power Co. in Wednesday to attend the graduatingIIerclse largest: number[ graduates' next month 20 acres of land ; good two- /'
installing
: of tbe Atlanta School of Medicine t it bas attention to
Special
quits a number of electric ever tuned ant for. single term, a story, 7-room house, partly
. II" motors at DeLand and the electric fan from which college his brother and remember the standard to attain by nearly new dwellingof furnished ; 245 orange[; and +
....Next to the Posfofffce.... I. be I Odorn O. Fanning graduates this week the graduates is higher than heretofore
beginning to
quite generally need six grapefruit trees part bearing
'il There will be an interesting game of The business college In charge of Prof. rooms, on large ,

.i.o'. i O.Superintendent BotU has been of spending County the Schools week A. ball up at tbe University grounds this Mickle, has a big class of graduates. lot, I location and ; land mostly under cultivation

I H WHERE YOU GET PURE DRUGS_ R' I'It the on afternoon between the Faculty and the Many graduates of the business college ; some fine large
' coast making an official visit to the neighborhood desira-
seniors President Hnlley will be have already secured positions as soon pine trees, fruit trees and
. . . .,,.,. public schools rf that section of tbe on
:; --"-" " "S..S" " " " county. let base from the Faculty team The as their duties at Stetson are finished. ble. Only 3 blocks ornamental shrubbery ; deep

C. F. Spanldingr has purchased from admission is free to tbe public. Mr.. C. A. Willard returned this week from DeLand's Post rock well ; in good neighborhood ; t 4t

Gould Bros a tract of land on Dead Easter was a beautiful day at De. from tbe Miami section where he has Office. Price attractive. 2 1-4 miles from Post

river, near Highland Park, and will engage Land and appropriate services were been all winter! growing a tomato crop. Office all for $1,800.

f.Oyy' :, CfflOttSCflffiOfflSCQCQCQCO-: : : ; : : : (),o.." .. .. ..:'" '" ";Ijj:&: t :eceee: : : quite extensively in gardeningnext held at all the churches. Tbe Easter He say upon an average the growers Only $1,300.E. ;
season. services at the University Auditorium will make very little this season from We have a number of rare

,:DeLand Pressing Club Dr. John MacDiarmid returned Sator. In tbe afternoon closed tbe vesper services their crops The Cuban crop has kept bargains, both in city and

day from attending the annual meeting there for the present term the prices ,down and tbe dry weather H. HAYWARDReal country property. If you
.
of the State Medical Association of Mr. Hyman London one of the llneo* prevented a full crop (in many places.
ii'I 75 North Woodland Boulevard which he was president for the fiscal type operators at the Painter Printing Mr. Willard says while his crop was afall' Estate and Fire Insurance. investment

(Over Kruse's Bicycle Shop) year;just closed. Co., and until recently editor of the one, he can not yet tell whether be No. 37 DeLandS.

Messrs.. George T. Self and N. B. Supplement, returned tbe first of the will come ont ahead until ha gets alibis Boulevard Fla. GOULD BROTHERS
Montreville went to Jacksonville tbe week Jacksonville returns In.
from where
he attended
/l leaning" Pressing and Repairing Neatly first of the week to attend the Grand last week tbe Jewish Passover. Tbe Record is in receipt of an Invitation .

Done and WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. Lodge of Odd Fellows, representing the DA three cornered baseball league is anew to the graduating class exercises of .. ,, ._.._._......__...._.. __..____ _______ ___ ...._
lodge at this place. organization at DeLand, consisting the Atlanta School of Medicine. Amongthe r u-_-.-.-.- _-_-__ ..- .-.U- ..__O.O.n'....... ._. ___ ____ _______.___..__.

I Mr. J. L. Cade, at sterling democrat of a team from the University, from the graduates Is Dr. Odum O. Fanning, .

Give Our Special Attention to Cleaning and :.of Pler oa. Is a candidate for county public school and one from the town, of this place, who is also the valedictorian r EASTER
commissioner for the north end district GREETINGAnd
all junriors. Mr. Tilden a coming professional of his class-an honor won through L
Pressing; Ladies' Skirts and Coats. His card is found In The Record's announcement twirler was elected Captainof merit and hard work. Odnm Fanning

columns.Mr. : tbe University team. is a young man who deserves credit for everything on the

/y Phone No. 9 i Box No. J8a: Wiley Swift whose orchestra has Mr William F. Hntchlnson, who tbe strenuous effort! he made to go i sprout. Same way with u'.

been with the Flapler hotele at Ormond came down from New York City several through this college, leaving it this : r.,
J. F. McCORKLE, Propr. B I I and St. Augustine the past winter, Is weeks ago to visit his parents, Mr and week as a graduate of medicine, and -our

,,,.ws'-eaaaooaaoawowwwo- --- --- -wvw..wv..w--' ,, I P.maklnir Swift' a before visit with going his North.mother- n.Mr*-.- C.-, Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson, whom he bad'ntseen with distinction. That he will succeed GROCERIES '

for twelve years, returned North in bis chosen profession there is no : will please and
Owing to session of the court Prof. the latter, part of the week. He Is a doubt, and with him will be the hearty : you a very'y '
on Proclamation. Heart Iculture. Ortb, candidate for Superintendent of member of a prominent brokerage fit m wishes of hundred of DeLand friend + .* short tale at the end of it ,
Oliver Herford and John Cecil Clay, Schools, did not speak at the court on Wall street. : all-the price we'll ask.
imttloa U hereby made that the In Woman'e Home Parties who have been contending all '
the ,
May Companion house last!! t -
Saturday: aa had been adver
i Come in.
[election of the city of DeLand assert that heartiitnlinre la an exact science tied, and he will make There will be peaches In Volnsia along that there was some stealing or 1 very hare in
held at the council room' In laid and they (rive cultural direction another date. county this summer, bat nothing like graft in the letting of the contract and e place and ready to. serve i
for the nee of lover, young and old. The bowling alley la now a thing of the crop of a year ago. The drouth aDd J I
Taeeday liar, A. D. 1008. for construction of the shelled road between i
you.
Every one can Imagine bow delightfully/ the past. Mr. G. C. Hesse instead .
installing tne scale have the
loa of the following officers, to- Oliver ,,Herford could describe inch cat crop short. The DeLand and Daytona. bad the grand a
'(tt\ strange flower ae Aprilfoolla the Valentine a number of billiard and pool scale has played havoo among the trees jury to Investigate! the matter while i WE wish to call your attention to our Coffees and Teas '

ror. plant the hope vine and goeeip tables, and the balls are kept rolling to In some orchards. There will be plenty they were in session last week. ,State i I The "Barrington Hall," steel-cut, i. the best Mocha
oo nollmeo. weed. The illustration of these unique a late hoar night by the devoteesof a
every of this fruit In market but not so cheap '
John C. Jones had committee
rarer, plants are in color the game a* it was last year. Attorney a : and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents, and is very popular. For:' V fi
from the jury go over the road and
Clerk A Kansas congressional aspirant "Those burglars entered the Episcopal Mr. C. A. BalleD, president of the make a thorough examination of tbe I the best 26c Uoffee in the city nothing with our. 1
member of the Board of Fablio i. trying to win hia way to rectory last Bandar night, while, Bev. Orange City Water Works and his work and also the detail* of the letting compares '

Washington by telling how he and Mrs. Campbell. Gray were away, engineer Mr. W. H. Cozen were in of the contract The report of the jury "Niagara;" once used, always used. A full line of Tetley'il.
poll*of Mid( election will open at will beard Uncle Joe Cannon and went through every room.' They
town Wednesday. Mr. and Mr,. Bnllen
In this terrible matter I* published with and White
k aID., and remain open until defy the Gannon' mouth, and took away with them 13.00 in change return today to their Northern home at the General Presentment elsewhere, Rosa Teas iu packages and bulk. S,
r*. I all that. He is too fresh they found and other article ..
to go to Baa Claire Wl., "A few Asking for trial
i .weeks agoburglars and there 1* no evidence of graft, stealing a we areYours r' -
EoroRD $
r LY. Mayor. Washington. His coarse, it car. Some bait dosen or more, from different whohave'alaobeen'! operating or ;wrong doing of any kind. The K
I,at DeLand. Fla., tills April 10, tied out, would mean ''that hie portion of the state have been at at ',Orange, City., broke Into Mr. B'* report speaks for itself and every taxpayer respectfully,' S.

.r.-..,, district: onld be ignored by Uncle DeLand daring the week for the home .,
,, put and among the thing taken were should read it _Cally. It i* an I '
Es tnhl blooded& Wklte.nd'barred ,Joe....JMoral: Da.bt'affrppt. purpose.. of eauaging house for their his and ),[....Bnllen'* return ticket to exoneration of th* Board of County Phone 79 A. H. WOOF ALm k

ha Boek XvrMr and Dock Eggs '* buUin* .the- mi4dl. Hof-'hi. pasture. families to ooonpy during next college Eau Claire, which.mean costjof$78 to Commissioners and eC the-work of the 1 ;
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