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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: May 22, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- De Land (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- DeLand
Coordinates: 29.02889 x -81.30055 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00087347:00230
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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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; XXII DE LAND VOLUSIA CO., FLA. FRIDAY MAY 22 1908. NUMBKR.

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r.lrImrllmin m1TtlW. -ru rrrvr PEN AND INK PIRATES. HARBOR BUOYS. I PATENT MEDICINES. MOUNTFUJIYAML 4IIRL : '

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Literary Than Is Not Stilling) It Is Thslr Different Colors Sirve as Quldts thy Were Known In Japan as Early "..an... Pilgrimage .. Its Tempest COMMENCEMENT'

Called Genius. to the Msrlnsr. ss the Year 1682. Swept Summit.To .

T i All authors, steal. Tbe capacity for If you examine tbe buoys on enter- Though Americans have got the Idea the people of Japan the mount ,

'A I Ii teallng with art and elegance Is one log any harbor In the world you will Into their beads that t country takes ujlyama .sacred. Tbe meaning'of -. !

_ of the moat potent equipments of the Ond that those ou your right are painted the palm for tbe use of patent medicines the word .Is "honorable" mountain." JpHN B.. STETSON UNIVERSITY

literary man.Sbakespeare. red and those on your ,left black. It appears that It falls far behind During that brief six weeks of summer :,. i r MI: >' \ ri i ii
was a magnificent thief. It you should see one painted In red Japan.A MAY 22 TO 26.
He stole 'whatever' I lie- could lay his and black horizontal bands the ship I report by one of Great Britain's when Fujiyama' wind swept' sides are

i for Infants and: Children.ta '. bands ou In a literary way and never i should ruu us close to it us possible consuls in Japan shows that the "Yan llmbsble, writes A. H., Edwards; in FRIDAY, WAY 22. '

: marred in tbe stealing Ho stole 'because that indicate* the center of a kees of. tbe east" began to develop the "Kakemono." the pilgrims come. In 8-00: P. M. Moslo Department Commencement

ta a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pare- "Measure For Measure" from a play narrow thminel. Buoys with red and patent medicine business long before thousands In ten thousands.: They t Andltoriam.' : .

gone, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is JPleatmnt. It called "Promos und Cassandra." He black vertical stripes always mark the the United States was more than a dress themselves In white from head *
contains neither Opium. Morphine nor other NnrcotioBubstauce. stole "Hamlet": from a play by George end of and the and Inner 9:80 P. M.-Put Kappa Delta Ban-
spits outer i 1 few little Atlantic coast hamlets-that to foot They carry long staves of
It destroys Worms and allays "'ever1 hoeKII" "Romeo and Juliet" be stole iue'. Fraternity Room, .Elisabeth
It cures larrhcoa and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth- Kyd. ends of extensive reefs where there Is I., In the year 1682. pure white wood In their bands each } all.
tag'Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates the from Italy. a channel on each side When red and I Tile business bad Its origin at Toya- tamped with the temple crest and In ,
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Sir' Walter Scott stole with a sublime black checkers are paInted ou n buoy I I can on tbe west coast Its founder bands and companies they climb the SATURDAY M-AY.83.: .

,The ChUdreu's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. talent. lie stole from notlcjuarlan rec It marks either a rock lu the oi>eu Soc anil patron was Prince Selho ?Maeda mountain. 8:00: P. M.-C/ass/ Day College Liberal -

'I ords.' Be stole From Uoetbe He stole or an obstruction In tbe harbor of I While daymlo of tbe province but making Always the leader at their head his Arta and! ., uulnesj| College' / ,.Comiponoemen -
hie Kind You Have Always .:Bought from Sb..rlill1n.Charles small extent with channel! all round.If of medicines for the poor attracted staff crowned with a tinkling mass of f' AulLtonnm. .
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<."- Iteade claimed tbe right of I there are two such obstructions and such attention that Baudot Jokau. a bells. like tiny cymbals 'chants the P."M.

I 't Bears the Signature of the literary artist to set jewels.. even I a channel between them, the buoy on physician of Katakaml. brought a supply hymn of Fujiyama. For six short 0:80 -Business. College.. !.Banquet.b&uloln' '. .

though tbe gems are the property of the right of you will bare red and of Han-Qon-Tnn ("medicine that summer weeks they come. Then the Hall.

another. white checkers and the one ou your I calls back the dead to life"). This was winds rush down, the snow falls, the SUNDAY, MAY 24.
Alexandra: Dumas., the author of left will bare black und white (hock- distributed from door to door to be tempests rage and Lord Fujiyama lives 11:00 A. Baccalaureate' Sermon.

." "The Three Musketeers" and "Monte era. When a wreck obstructs tbe
Jrlsto" was one of tbe most remarksle nel. a green buoy nlll\ be placed (Ill that time has !been a popular remedy. No human being has yet stayed a .
7:80 P.; M. -Annual Sermon F.B.E.S."
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flickers In literature. In one single the sen side of the wreck with the The Industry took root and !flourish winter on his summit and even In the'
14 In Use For Over 30 Years. year his name was attached to no few. "Wreck" plainly painted on It In white ed. Medicines were distributed In the summer weeks the winds will blow the Baptist Chnrch. <

'tnt ONU C.PflY. fl MUMttV .."..... MCVON" CTV er than forty different books. Not only letters provided there Is a clear,, chan- last century by thausnnda of$ agents lava blocks from the walls of tbe rest MONDAY MAY !35.l

did be steal noblusblngly from every nel all around It; otherwise im even who made collections once a year taking houses and sometime the pilgrim from 10:(00) A. M.-Normal School Com-

--- -- --. -- -- .- author wbo came bandy but be employed number will be painted In white above back unused supplies. the path. menoement Auditorium.

UOLUSIA: COUNTY ABSTRACT, numerous literary ghosts and the word "Wreck" when the buoy la 'Ihe medicines-none being In liquid Fujiyama stands alone. not one peak 8.00; P. M.-College of ..Technology
fessionaLars.iESW. ( V INVESTMENT and TITLE INSURANCE passed off tbelr work as bis own. on the right side of tbe channel and form-are usually given suggestive among a range but utterly alone. RIs- Manual Training and Work'
Shop; Ex-
... COMPANY. Brought, book. he bad a ready re an odd number if the buoy Is ou tbe names like "brain healing pills" and lug straight out of the sea on one side ilbit.
Science
Hall.
ply. The man of genius does not left.Pearson'sVeeldy.. "heal everything powders. Toyama and from,the great Tokyo plain on the; ,
PERKINS, Titles Insured steal." be said: "he only conquers." bus a special guild for loaning capital. other his 12.305: feet In two long curv- 4:00: P. M..-Alumni.. Meeting. Audlorinm. .

M A butracU furnished and titles perfect. Alexander' Pope. who made thousands TRICKY JAIL BIRDS. a dealers' club of 3.000 members a pat InK lines of exquisite grace rise Op and .

OBNEY anciTJNSELOR-AT- ed. Maps, Plats and Blue Prints Sup of pounds by his poetic translation ent medicine school and a patent medicine up Into the blue and not an Inch of 8:00: P. M Class DRY College) of

'!. plied of Homer's "Iliad," was an Indifferent magazine.-Philadelphia Press. one foot Is hidden or lost. It la all Law. Auditorium.
Opposite Volusla County,Bii nk. Greek scholar. In addition to Many Way. the Convict. Have of
there visible as a tower built on a tree- 9:30 P. M.-Alumni Banquet. Chao-
' Florida DELAND FLORIDA from translators ha Fslgnlng Sloknsss. .
stealing previous ,
!e *nd. .
JACK CADE. lees plain. It dominates tbe landscape.It ,dots Hall.
Practice' in Slate and Federal employed others to help and then "Hear the song of the dear little Jail I can be seen from thirteen provinces
Courts I claimed tbe whole work as his own. birds." said the jailer: as a burst of the TUESDAY. MAY 86.
.....;;;j. I II When be translated "Tbe Odysseyhe ribald melody came down tbe gray H. Was Killed With an Arrow by the pad from a hundred miles Fujiyama at sea floats 10:no A. M..-Academy Commence
-I CHOICE PEACH LANDFOR pale white peak of
. ., kept tbe public In Ignorance that corridor. "The dear little Jut] birdal"! Sheriff of Kent. ment. Auditorium
I above the blue.AERIAL.
:WART & BLY, SALE ON EASY TERMS Duly twelve books could be called his He shook his head and Hlgbed.! One of the mysteries of history Is

';fM' and. that the rest were tbe work of mao "They are all playing! sick In that that surrounding the arch traitor Jack 800: P. M.-College of liberal Arts.College ,

:'A'4TOKN1YS-AT-LAW. $10.00 to $100.00 PER ACRE whom be paid badly. ward." he resumed. "There's nobody Cade. Nearly all historians have described NAVIGATION. of Law and College: of Technol.ogy .

11: But Peach Soctlon In the Stele Tbe arguments In Pope's "Essay on- can malinger like a jail bird. Ills him as an Irishman He was Commencement. Auditorium..
, iBank [3lding. DELAND. Han" were furnished by Lord Bollng- tricks are amazing really born In Sussex where be was The First Gas Bag and ths First Dirigible 9.30 to1l0OP.: M.-President's, Becep-..
,oh office over Postoflice.DAY ONAfJi S. A. BAKER, Seville, Fla. broke. and his "Essay on Criticism": "To take a fever he will whiten his as a youth a servant to one Sir Thomas Balloon.' ion. Cbandoin Hall.Buccalanreate '

-- ------- was a poetic version of the conversa- tongue with chalk. flush his cheeks Dagre. On tbe 1st of December 17S3 when Preacher Lincoln Holey.
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-- ---- -- -- with a red flannel undershirt nnd Un This Sir Thomas Dagre or Dacre. balloon from the '
DjLandis Bert FinnIHMLANDIS lon: of his intimates. the first gas rose Ph.D.. LiU.D., LL.D.
& FISH W. C. CANNONS' Richard Brlnsley Sheridan wit order his stomach by swallowing a was a Sussex knight of great eminence Tullerles carried up by Charles and Educational'
dramatist and politician stole his famous quid of tobacco. who bad seats at Hurstmon- Robert. the Marquis de Vllleroy, an Sermon: Rev. J. E.

ORNEYS and COUNSELORS- Livery Feed and Sale Stables.Fine characters Charles Surface and "To take consumption be will cut ceaux and lIeBtb eld. In that county. octogenarian and skeptic declared It Gates.

AT-LAW, Joseph Surface in "Tbe School For his gums so as to spit blood and go Code has for funeral centuries beena was tempting God himself. He was Normal School Orator: Dr. Edward

'1-;t! Fashionable Turnouts Scandal" from Tom Jones and BIIDI In, through a terrific kind of Swedish common name about May field and rolled In his armchair to a wludow of 3onradl, Principal St. Petersburg Higb

DeLand, Florida Bus meet. all trains, at A
Practice in State and Federal .ne' t nionilnit, nnil,,, ntlernou K K: abducted Tabltha Bramble and Sir night sweats. entries In tbe parish registers of such an ascension. But the mo Commencement Orator College, Law

4M. Courts. I.U Ry trains xt ()ratie Cl'v, nnd I Ivht Hubert Muckllllgut and transformedthem "Some Jail birds have brought on as by lands and localities designated ment the aeronaut gayly saluting the and Tecbnologyi Rev. Dr. E. C. Dargan
eclal and trains at DeLand Jn utlon. U. H Mel ,
for
facilities land titlesMoCRORY examining both routes. Hacks meet bouts ,utBrresf. rdUentle Into those sllll more entertaining nettle rash by temporarily poisoning from that family. After his defeat spectators rose In the air the old man. formerly professor at the seminary
acting horses and osretul driven. characters Mrs. Malaprop and Sir Lu themselves with smuggled crab or lob near London Cade took to tbe Sussex passing suddenly from the most complete Louisville
ster. chew to froth woods, and be finally would have escaped unlimited faith In Ky.
"" -. Phone 3. DeLand. Fla. cius O'Trlgfter In "Tbe Rivals. Some soap so as I Incredulity to I
.' Of modern authors who stole and are at the month In fake fits. Some even If his reckless courage bad not the power of genius fell upon his I

stealing still the present writer doe thrust needles down to tbe lids of tbe brought blm out Into tbe open.It knees and exclaimed: "0 men ye will How Started.
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not say a word Only history can afford eye to bring on cataract."-Minneapolis la traditionally related that he was find the secret of never dyingl And It
SEE T E. ARNOLD QUICK
JO(TTORNEY-AT-LAW. to be free .poken.-Escb.age. I Journal. ngaged In a game of bowls In tbe gar- will be when I am dead!" Reverend Robert Colyer, the eminent

For a sure-enough -" : -_ lea of a little ale bouse at Heathfleld The public. easily confounding the preacher, was originally a blacksmith

jfi DeLandFlorida.. Werd; Painting. A Bank of the Yssr 600 B. C. when a Kentlub squire. Sir Alexander atmospheric'with the astronomic beav- and spent many an hour over the forge

--- Bargain in resident Mrs. Bradley when questioned by a The very earliest bunking arm of Iclen. sheriff' of Kent taking blm nna- ens already balled tbe day when the winging the heavy hammer to the male -

T.JP fellow traveler In tbe Pullman car la which there Is any record! was that of wares killed him with an arrow.- aeronaut would continue his aerial of the anvil. The occupation, while
: Wrllht. S. B. Wright, Jr. Located regard to her borne launched forth Into London Saturday Review. Venus to Marsor
8. property. Eglbl ft Sons an Institution which car course to the moon, to severe and prosaic, bad its uses, for
L WIGRT & WRIGHT close in. Price and a rather long and detailed description ried on advance exchange and general Jupiter.
years of hard work brought with Ik
Her little
of Its charms. girl. Grace.
financial business In Babylon In tbe First Surgeon In St. Louie. Pierre Ulffard. then Dupuy de Lome
-:rTORNEYB-A'r'LA W.ff& terms right. who had been reading when she beganto year GOO B. C. Knowledge: of this Bra Dr. AutotiK I'runcols, Saugralne settled tried the first dirigible balloons. Later health, strength, good lunKS. and a

... NOTARIES PUBLIC speak soon closed her book and listened Is obtained from certain records on In St. Louis In 1800 and was the Captains Iteuard and Kreba In their brawny frame which served Dr. Colyer

,.Telegraph Office DeLand Realty Co. with great interest clay tablets which have been found In lirst surguou to locate west of tbe aeroplane. La .France went from Meu- 10 good stead in the pulpit.
'i "It' must \be very pleasant," remarked all of his back at the Russell H. Conwell, who is credited
: FL.ORiD.t.LEXANDER recent excavations made by a party of !MlHslssippI rher. He spent don to Paris and same
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' the chance acquaintance. English and French archaeologistsnear leisure time in experiments In chemistry time that Uaston Tlssandler was carrying with preaching to the largest Protestant

I nsure with us. perfunctorily when Mrs. Bradley finished the site of tbe ancient city ubove and with electricity. The Indians out bis fine experiments. But all congregation in America, in the Baptist

.' Now Is the time. and Grace,said her "Oh eyes It gleamingwith must be mentioned. Bills of credit drafts, etc.. were frequent visitors at his laboratory progress was soon stopped by the Tnmplt Philadelphia, began life.. a reporter
enthusiasm :
: In tbe form of small burnt clay tablets. and. out understanding the mystery weakness of the motors compared to Boston
Be bad
on a
What place Is It newspaper.
perfectly lovely
"' each bearing tbe characteristic of his held him in their
Spot cash for los8e. .,,) ?" signature experiments weight. many vlanitndds and finally went .info
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. H *" mamma of Eglbl &: Sons. have been foundIn great awe and wanted to worship him Nothing further oould be done until '
1.- home, of course, the Unlon'armJ' and served\ the
our own
', In Bank Bulldl- answered tbe mother. somewhat embar and It after 'bat"'l8nt
Office war, was only
is believed that close study will Louis mm Incorporated Dr. Saugralne fact. It was the Improvement lu automobiles -

I I Practice W. DeLand In ,State Florida.and Federal R I. ?" .\Insured. 9", ,' rassed.""Oh dear" said Grace sighing "how prove that some of tbe clay tablets acted as postmaster. He tied the mall which. woo" ua. the conquest of bat he finally perceived 'his real' vocation -

. C ort liabte.'l found in tombs and pyramids In Egypt up In a blue silk handkerchief and left the air. was In the ministry.
sounds than It loolul"Vouth' !
much better it -
. every company, r ; \j Companion. will finally prove to be Eglbl 'nego It on the doorstep. When any citizen Eliha Root Secretary of State, began

tiable notes." wanted to know if be had a letter he Hand. and Feet. life OH a school teacher and afterwards

.."all.' DAVIS. When does your policy expire ? untied the handkerchief looked the It Is said that Disraeli was prouder drifted into law and politics. United
N..d and Needs.Perhaps of his small bands than of all bill great
- Australia. mall over, paid for tbe postage In a
States Senator Perkins of California
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. [Is your policy In force ? many persons have wondered Tbe Brat civilized settlement In Australia piece of coonskin which was legal mental accomplishments. This was, ,
n by taught to "He need earned his first dollar as a cabin boy
" we are say ;
W FLORIDA. walked Tbe Brat lucl- presumably because they were badgea
DELAND was made at Botany bay In 1738 tender and on
residence. Indiana avenue. Tclephene number sixteen. not do that" Instead of lIe needs not of aristocracy lu their evidence that after that be had many ups and downs
Hoe at by some 1.030 persons. mostly convicts. far matches ever made In this country
, 4 Court House. HON( INSURANCE AGENCY do that." as the singular pronoun he. In 1823: Moreton bay. New South were made by Dr. Snugralne Tbe he bad not been brought up to labor. finally acquiring wealth In the great

Boa Hours: 9toi'32to4and7toS.' requires under ordinary conditions the Wales. was settled. Tbe settlement of mull wooden sticks were dipped. one and he worshiped aristocracy. And West and returning to Washington.
1 -4 sIngular form of tbe verb. The reason small feet of the same character-evidences the of his
Western Australia dates from 1829. at a time. In tbe combustible substance representative State la the
\J will find at Is that In sentence of that kind. anegative
ufl a
IS1VIDA M. D. Explorations of Australia began In and then lit by friction .as at that the possessor did not go highest councils of the nation.\ -George
Z. BAERECKE, sentence. expressing requirement -
Stetson and DeLand. 1815: and have been kept up at Inter tbe present time. He also made the barefoot when a child. Generations of Barton, In Uncle Reinus'a' -The.Home
"need" becomes an
or obligation
J used In the west- carefully shod children of the nobility Magazine for
vals ever since. The !greater part of first thermometer May.
auxiliary and takes no change of termination ,
of those
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON the Interior of tbe continent la little Kansas City Star.Fun..al. developed this characteristic
; In the third person singular. from
of "gentle blood" as distinguished
-k=- better than desert being either sand The city council has bad
shade
the
In the-
This exception la laid down
THE NEW ORANGE CITY tbe commonalty But such proofs of
fflo* on East New York Avenue or dense shrub or porcupine bush. In on Skstes. trees
along the\ .
News. principal streets
'a.mmn.rtI.-Chlcago
DELAND. FLORIDA. Giles the Wends a remnant of the superiority were not meekly endured.In ,.i
_ lunch Counter Candy 1375: traversed a territory 2.600 Among discovered trimmed. The branches were hanging
due time brainy commoners -
miles In extent which was declared ancient Slavonic race Inhabiting tbe
and Fruit Stand
inclosed that the "artistic band" was not ,toQ low, the rapid Irl'Owtbtbe1 mokej in
Words of Fraise "unfit for human habitation. And Spreewald a region by an arm

JB. MUNSON.tOMEOPATHIC Opposite the Railway Station'iwill For the several Ingredients of which Dr. ,yet tbe artesian well may yet make of the Spree river. about fifty miles small but long and slender, and then ;tbe. course_of.a year or two. _._

- open on Nov. 15, where Pierce's medicines are composed, as given Australia bloom like a garden.NewYork south of Berlin. are seen the most curious came the athlete multitude who scorn
PHYSICIAN. Lunches be had at all funeral I of the civilized small hands and feet sa evidences of '
Quick can by leaders In all the several schools of American. processions Often
The Kidneys Are
. je houra of the, day. at reasonable medicine, should have far more weight world. As In Holland tbe thoroughfares :effeminacy.-Indianapolis Star.

;;Second Door South of Fisher's. rates. than any amount of non-professional tes A Guise Joke.A are waterways. In the winter I
"->1 Drug Store. ----- timonials. Dr.Plerce's Favorite Prescription resident of Vevey Switzerland. time. when these are frozen over. Gray Hairs In Wall Street Weakened, bj (herWork.Inhealthy r .'
"'IOC.HOURS 10 to 12 a. m,; 3 to IIi Mr. Wm. Kolman has THS BADGE or HOKBSTT on every along tbe Ice "It seemed to me down in New York .
Adjoining/ died some and left will. In funeral processions pass Kidneys Make Impure .lood.It .
years ago a
i-.r and T to 8 p. m. bottle-wrapper. In a full list of all Its Ingredients the other day." remarked a Cleveland-
'.DeLand Florida. will open his General Plumbing[ printed In plain English.If which be bequeathed the whole of his on skates. Tbe coffin Is carried on a er wbo had just returned from the metropolis used W' be ''considered! 'that 'only

, and Tin Repair Shop, Yhere he yon are an Invalid woman and suffer property of which be was supposed to sledge drnnn by six mourners on "that one might almost recognize urinary and bladder troubles were to< be

: will be glad to receive your patron from frequent. headachebackachsgnaW. possess a large amount, to the "local skates Tbe Immediate relatives of Wall street and the financial I traced. to the,. ,kidneys.
Wtit. at reasonable rates. All 'Ingdlstr/Q In stomach,periodical pains, hospital of the town." There being tbe dead men and women alike. skate i but now modern
ape dlsagrewLHe, catarrhs) pelvic drain, two local medical charities-the town along behind the coffin surrounded by region by tbe number of gray haired I science proves that
work will be done with quicknessand drsgglnWdown distress In lower abdomen hospital and tbe Hospice de Samaritan their friends. The women carry a BI. young men you see I bad occasion to nearly, aUdi, _

ftJOHN\ REEVE the best of workmanship' or pelvM. perhaps dark spots or specks -a suit at law was entered by the ble In one band and wear the ancient be In several office on Wall street the have their beginning
Sawn Filed and Set."S.ciiniookoutbutyosCanlOOiIifl. danclrfg before the eyes. faint spells and national costume.-Popular Mechanics other day.and I honestly believe more In .the disorder of
former In order to decide It. to
kind fed symptoms caused by female weak. right than half of the young men Flaw bad Or"jSa Y these most important
', the feminine the legacy. After considerable: ex- SU nmPl I .
FLA.r. pen.cxftnwderangementof organs.GryiJ
hair. I noticed the same thins
Bromides. gray
{ pELf\NDI A Few Human
organs WV can not do better than take pauses had been Incurred tbe disputewas I the street. It have 'fcceti) / \ J The kidneys filter
Dr. Pier/e Favorite Prescription. abruptly brought to a close by tbe Now that surgery has advanced to a along may and purify\ the blood-
Tbe h/sfcltal.surgeon's knife and opera. discovery that the deceased had indulged : point where diseased or defective partsof ,just a coincidence but I couldn't help I that is their work.., .

ting ta /may be avoided by the timely In a most unseasonable Jest tbe human body may beremoved, wondering If they would have been Therefore when your kidneysore.weolc
use of vfavorlte Prescription' In such and. In fact did not possess a pennyto and replaced with those from an animal gray Just as soon If they bad been at or out of order, yon can understand bow
eases. Thereby the ohnoxlQin.Physician exaia- It .Is presumed that tbe followingwill some other game for the last few quickly your entire body is affected and
bequeath.
:H. : tI I trn.Im.nle qf riI I[ Plain Dealer how to fail to do its
n no longer be regarded as mere ; years. -Cleveland I every organ seems, ,
can ta avoided and athorqia1J duty. > -. ..
Th. Vienna Woman.. nature fakes: The man with the eagle -
CQUT-tft: or 9ucc *aafarireatiapnt carrleirjreiMrlptlon" I If you are sick or feel badly." betaking .
Y.OORIHS"l' I avor te The Vienna woman la called the best eye. the man with the lion heart. the 8tupl4 Fellow. the great kidney tmedy'Kflnssr's ; DC
0.- U gompowiiot" the very heft dressod woman In tbe world, and she man with tbe chicken liver.* too man "Mary said 'No to me last nIght Swamp-Rootf becansel as *oosa _
v. ., native medicinal roots known to medical netk.. the the sighed Peter Sloinan.'"but t'don't believe -
: well deserves her title. She la more with tbe bull man with, your kidneys are we4l they wiU.beln
nrkla.80V, ,science ailments for contains the cure of no woman's alcohol peculiar and ao<< > French In attire than the Parisian. and pig bead and the man' "with' the' ""dog, she could honestly tell why abe all the other organs tO he.lth.r3A.: : 'trial
face. New York World. did It""Oh. will convince anyonet 'UfI.lln. isl
harmful habit-forming drugs. she Is more elegant than the Russian.She -
: isl Do not expect too much from Favorite combines the usefulness of the yen aha could." replied hto If yon are sick you can make* ao, mtef
Prescription; l&wllI not perform mlra- "She told take by first doctoring your kidneys.
HI. C.rd Trloke. cousin Kate. } me.
del ; It will not dlsolve or cure tumors. !English with the delicacy of the SpanIan. The mild and the extraordinary effect of
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"''D.. .. OoODdAtIi.Y establish vigorous health In moat weak dress; she I. original to the lost de time at Mrs. Hunter's tea. Count ; she said she didn'tthink' you'd ".""ldfJ ,Ureoo rea1 i4vtt;
nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to Tedout..was there and kept ns nqstifled take 'No' forW answerPhiladelphia. for its wonderful CD1"e8of'tlte
It tail. To be thoroughly Viennese In stands the highest
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women as any
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tricks with
SrSS for an hour with !bis; Press. etad .UjoWon
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given a fair chance by perseverance In Ito dress Is the dream of tbe well gowned moet dlsWeMlng
.Telepeone 113 ? .1 i -\ use for a reasonable length. of tIme.Y21un't European!:" woman.-Brooklyn.. the : cards.. Mr. Stryver' (dryly))-He ; .. its, merit* bylU
tn """ *itruirTaa with 'em for throe Gormandizing.
ent
rift"1 V r kept us mystified draggUUin fifty<
1.1. A. DB LAND FLA. .
,sa 2'udor NANS a sub-tltuta opal ffl>>W>Te1e els for> i>thi.dcom SI rumailir"Wan nf The Office and the Man. months at the club. but we're .on to. The decline of a nation commence mM otie-doliar I hit: _

J-T Sick women are Invited- to consult Dv.l' "TIle office should seek the man you him now.-New York' World. when gormandizing begins. Rome's bottle.' I Yo. ''')\

Pierce, by letter./r, All correspondence collapse, was well under way when have a sample. ,bottle
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PORCH SHADE Is guarded as sacredly secret; and thrown totaftlnareaa fi-jo by toail free! Msb
8 TAYLOR 'Tbats He M.antths Ashes.. slaves, werf. ; :
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all right. replied the avowed kan
womanly conBdences are protected br : ( ls how tond ojt4" $ yaw ** 7, ofli.dder
Address Dr. B "but I fairchance Hewitt-Cruet uses very appropriate th.tsiny avqa.o :Mention this papWwtMa
'professional privacy. ,, V. aspirant, gave : It a trouble.
K ( jCpf-DC. We-pie esalysive\ ."enJe.a' DeLa d Fierce Buffalo. L 4. X.U and It seemed diffident"-Philadelphia I language: don't you think so? 'Jewel when they: cam upon\'$. tf" wrrfitokt" Dri l Kitatar III CaiJBUpharnton
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.RGF c i for.these PoreS Sllad ... Just the thli g Dr. lerce" rleuad pellets the best Ledger.Agree -Well, when' I asked him what bethought ,, t... .... bI.! ,N.Y/" ,r Don't moke any Mistake.:
In'Fisher's New Brick Block. for your verandas during the hot sui i ,Is.atlve and l'egvlator stomach of the liar bowrela.::and of the Idea'of cremation his :!I1IoIt! I8 baa PHil ".... ntlIP'' tilt.... but. remember UM name, Swamp-Root.:

'HO fl'Lf\QO.i} \ "i me.-eitdllbcI'"UJ1 'Odl ...,11; )iit-IW, d 'ii They_el'-invigorate. One laxative t twoaUuutia. 0' three a ..''for. the law ta eoetl7.-LattD reply,iwss, ,"It Jars oas.r: .'New* York cemL.Mdtnrow sT;:yell over then* *"* D*.Vainer**._Swrntap-Hoe. .*. 'Ut! ..*. ok*
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i. fCU&A mum IECOUX Tra..., J'IWIU&r. ELECTION RETURNS

t N flcrilabeU a *tatea4 eovatyprimary PRIMARY 2)o) ft flow !

.. laat..Toeaiay.: tec, theBoaaiaatioB

'. .......r tar ......... ....... of candidate. for all
; Y.....rt..O.altI. fta..1 Is the time to do Buildin
Now your
! office. froM Called S4atea. Senator *.

, L FZYAYT. aa.r a r..............i down to eoatrtaUe. TM latest OFFICIAL VOTE FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY, Don't wait till Summer when y CIa

a, __ retara indicate that Browsed can't get labor. Let us bid on your,
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', Let BO bad reeliac.aia iaywr and Fletcher will be ia the seeend 1908. Builders' Material and Hardware before A
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primary for United State May

heart against yoar aaecaas Senator with the _ehaaee. in Prices go up again. We have'On | B

fut.p4m.e.a. -' '-
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favor ol'the latter. GiScnrut hand----------

TWeora field throcgioat the. made a reaaarkable ma sad he PRECINCTS i

. eownty look Bfoasiaiag dace the lead all opponent He and 1 Several Carloads

r Stockton will be ia the ceeond ; I I I
rais llivi Ua
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primary with cbaace ia favor 01 f .. ;:. :' ;. .; = 1 t of the following: Lime, Plaster Part, Volet* '.
Taft sad Bryaa will be the the former aad be i* rare winner & = = 1 = ...

ftMSd.for Presides, and i: he get, a per cent of the- FOR Ii i : j s 1 = z : l'i ; \ l 'i its Cement, Eagle Platter,Sewer PiHair .... (pr,4v

will ii i i n s e .1Iit\ L "Congo" and "Amatite" Kunfiog.!: : &Pill..
Bryaa wia pot I Browne vote. In 'Voloria hearsvote S s s"s s _i. z r- e1 ; =. :9ckJuStanfrarb ,
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polled. Broward lead,' b : : Y = : ,: .i : a = 2
WM ;
The Hastiag potato growers. = ,. "' c .: ::& = = : n, 3GL plumbing Goose ft
ia this county for Senator bat in . f. I .; t:. ,
are through shipping, aad tome. : : : : : : ZZ I IZ z: z: z: E'T.a -
the eeood the Lamar vote will ZeZ. Z.Z. ZZ. \pght 1
of them node. Cortaae and ; I sold installed. Tin Knofinz,Galvanized Iron (1t0''
po very largely to Fletcher 1 'i i .

The big of plAN pla a portion of the Beard vote '.caMe.! "...""Seaga--.. 1 i S SM It .n .... S J x Sit. t t-. ... 1JI1se.ni Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to fbt tie r1kf
crop ........ s. 8 ...... I -:: :. f K 3.2 y1 111 m 11 sr 14 'jo i421 i d 44Tf1"JMe.N.
have be<
from the East burr prairie*s.Ikmaaata in the aecond primary by a p.1 WiJMe B H.... '. J t.Jijo t I \, f e u a u t 3 U t 5112,, J. -- --__.. ,'_ ..? .. told I I
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majority. Alexander of this.aunty l4.ww B ... I I II 1:1' s -:: 3 4 S t' 4e. 4 4 r. 4 3 S 'I 1b. -jt his
__An.rt W .... ii at> Kt 3z,22: U 5 )Ne 5 )Ice :, 4 1. If %: 4 n \iS Si 404sJ..a "
of Voiatia polled U elected ai ooe of tlte -- s. C.........,.... s .i.)4 s. 34 a,. \.I )' \..1 JII, :t.; L s &oS s t f 1:1: tI.a, Watts & Miller Co.. ,

the biggest vote but Tuesday delegate. to the Denver cooventioa. I, rW.. .J B I I '. .-H," "'''. _. S ee Jet ... :!I S II 4e. r. +"' S 11. I 2 I. 16 11 s 5ttid llncurporated) "id'to

they ever polled IB tike county. : TrPeet" Y........ ..... M H r; It J: s 1: M li" Po U 4)51455> e I. U'' 3r 9 ice..: an

.l4a.4Y .ae4-, rw.....J.... 4 1 tot U II U ::: II' U U It T cull 315 514 tt 'SST -g foijoptli
You eaa count oa a million The Interstate Commerce Ea.r. f I .::: I. J : U 4 :U. I J I' t J 1 1 r: S iJt'aiUasall:4 .
boxes leas of araage than whaWM mission h.. declared that everyroad 1' i ..The
;........ _.... 1S sa 'IDs U II ::: 31 K U n :I 4. iii Z: S 3D M I. I i r. SS1Lrrss .---, tl
IB sight when tie bloom wa. mutt report every rale in Z. W......... .... _H.... 1" :1 t a S 11.. t.. J .. 4 t : 4 I t 5L3
IB t.LeTJae exutence between all ttatiooj in Je_ _. [ .... i.... C >S tIc 4 I ... ; so. .. ri y it! : r. 4 : I )4 47.aam.m.JaS. !
6a spring. .. ._ .... ...... .... =s .a 2 1 J itoo I 11 4 1 .... I' I Ill J 1 let. JOHN B. WELCH ;
thu coantry. A eontervativeetinxatecalcalatethat pNEzRnu1t e'ImY.p 7 7L : '
New York World claim Picrr.6. W __ .. .... U 19IR) a>JI S 24 11 iOIo S n 3). If H 34 E T's. :3S It I S n reiY
the work, ",..,..., ... t ....... V..3 4 ::: t .4' J "C f, b 9 t 4 .4 1 1,14 1 4i.1213aMza.Sw. ORANCE CITY, FLA. (wiTT;
te. be a demogratie paper bat isarray. will five for r ___<<.s ___ u
require yean completion J. a ..... ___. u SO1i.S; 44 a n S4 U i! 1:1: Si ,, U iM ee $1 m
.oa the aide where it eaa and the emit will be more n,, .L L w __...... _.. JU' ota t I I.\ 4 B 3 1 :' ...., .. .. &oS _StIiItvu. FANCY AND STAPLE QROCERK-
i J. ... .... J 3' J :3Ysrrec I
aenn4 x.... .. .. I "sa S : 1 "J 'j I.
get the meet money. than t:VA'ri bat the commission ., D. F........ ....- .f" J1'1 .tJ J> .. M JIIo et 4 12 11 II t s > 3D T' 11 l 1.4: TOBACCO AND CIGARS J.
ha rescinded its 'J1Iotrur- x-........ ___ '; l v t6 v .: 3: ft loW L', i r. 34 It' 13 n 4 1J 9 U :r. #jg ETC. .. tetra
The one hundred tbotuan not ,.., .., C r f I t -ImY 00005. SHOES. HATS. ETC- :Uy
order although neglecting to enforce t t .I. w........ __ 111 Ii rt D f1 :e If SM. :': u: 11 If 3)1! r IS' S :; i) i1 ill" 41rew.r1 "
dollar IB new buildings going ,LA .................. 4 J.I r' !: :' D. : :' :: A II ). is t- UiU eM D f Best and Freshest Canned Goods constantly on hand and iL- '
it. Some day the neglectof C Tt"'cn.-I t:.nri- ,. 1"1- clue Groceries for table. ,
ap for SteUoo University thisummer --'Q_ w .... ..... is SSDf.s: 61 U ./ 111 .:t:4: lIS U r. r: ,.. 'U it i n your ::0.
will of this rating may cart: many biz t -watt'__- I Country Produce Boaght. A Arstdass.t. Market In COOK-QU,
keep aa army men into prison and serve to: Pew.Rest ............-- 1S :! r4i !oil I: r s. : Sit; .i Ice Y 44 sa +, U f1 31: i Y x last, '
of'1
workmaa engaged. rysuv. _- \ Orders neaiTe' weft attention and delivery prompt. You win find .""e
prove the lawlescne of predatory : Yea: .J L........ ....... 1S Sf :1st U C Si I; LSY I I2: fl? Ii l' 11 SS Sf U H I'I :! .s law as the lowest. GIT me a call retro
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The Soathens people are delighted wealth. r a G. Y .... .....'.... 3'' .4 .... ..... .: 1 I 3 5 1: u IS 4' I }.... 1 S .. T U3 Mt o IxJ
Janet Bedbn! .. ..... ... .... u,34t, I S to J S. ... I : J II I' t 2 1S t I'"4 --
that Fire Alarm Forakerba K Lee.... .__......... t T. 7A: 34 SS \ II U 24 U 3> K 4 .4 1:1: Y;: 12 fe 4 I': Sq SS7E.nl .- h. VI
..'t even a show to receive a Failing to get a single vote in L L _._.... _. f + 3 x 4' t .:: '' 41 =- :4) C U5 nUl! 4 i I." 1 4 K 1f 11 r. >414' -."Yu'narl '
;C1enta O--n- ,
Domination for President. Teddy Congress. Bane-track gambling ; ........6.. D.... ..... ....) 1S ::115 ::>> 41 14: sa r Ul 1L t1. U .. H S ;, 14 m. :Y 31 si ..hillGtemgTaa
Wath- j ) i J. F. ALLEN & COSS:
has been banished from Ataa./- I ;
did him op to a finish ia the lwrigJ, ,. T....... .._ 33u! 4i .s 111 Jr 4-1 U T U 21 I 4 4 II 1J 3 !I I .03 '
Brownsville affair. i inzton and the District of! WltM S. B _h .. .... 1-1' u31ye. Ja : u 3:> WS %1.1S a U U, t: iIf U It f 16 .D .. ; .a.7u I G theoften
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Columbia by an unanimous vote. C-eS_. H.1wY.BJI.M. ..-. .. .... UII, f r. 1J hl4tLS 5S M 5 r. t t 1'i f ...+, 4 UY, 10 n 1442 Leading Furniture House of Volusia Counbtp.'
Of coarse: all are not pleased I __ if \.00) J, S! e 51 1.. 3I.kiU SS :III r. 3 L: :SS 13:21: 33 fWS I ,
Twice a year for tea or more ..,Dom. 'I \. i ,Th.

over the remit of last Tuesday's years the gambling harpies from : -.4..1. &..... ........ n II !(11 'It .n 1JB J/O. '4 a. tt It ss r3 I It a) i/n n 4. !I5Cq I II ''p."

primary ia this state. bat remember all over the eDited States have Wiat.J....pc.y.Psi........la.atame-. .... 1$1 I l33.. i..4; 1 4 4 I 3 I I ... 1'' I 4 ,I 1'' .. IBeta..k. "! n ."n
the demoeraU hare U ............ r 11 I.; lS IS t U +) I" Ii.) 4 J, T 11 J 1. I: 11 U IIlLlcaeZw "DROP IN '
invaded the capital city with J ..... : 31: 4 ",,9 4. M" 3iS :2 I U 4 ....u t >> 744 ftp*.
.poke* sad their will i i. party their entooraze of pickpocket f.lnC.E, ;, ......... I 3 ,', M n ., r. u :: a f1 U I. a. : 1) 7 4 n 2. 3:7 i *OW.I .
.6T. 4 T' bS A ,4 S 41 1' I o5.... U 1,1 1 1. ".' : )' and see our Newest 'FO
law. All cold not win oat. .:.
to the demoralization of basinet ..
r birr.J.. J...... --- Ii / fZ II M oJ r. Ifl 33 .11' A t N .7'14 34'' tt tS N ,tDI ( I r... .
President Roosevelt stands and the rain of government I I I ; I I Styles in Parlor and }r.f ;

clerks. Governor Haebe'. deter-
jut where he stood on the night The above are the official return of the a) precinct of the county U sent to the Secretary of I Ij I C

of election, 19M, bat the talk of termined war on gambling in the Democratic Executive Committee. State offices, where there is no opposition are not given j" Dining Room fur"W!f wi
New York doubtless helped the .
the third-term boomers mot .neither electors nor delegate Alexander wins out for the legislature and Morrison and Thornton i I i II| !iTb...O!
eaoie in Congress aad will doe bt- niture.
make him feel like leaning npagainst .win go into the second primary.' "o election for sheriff: and Morris and Smith go into the second I isBa.
less! do much to racetrack I. I
....thing occaasiooally. suppress primary. No election, also, for Superintendent of Schools, Bott and Orth going into second. .1&7//
gambling: throughout the I retell'
ejected ... follows District 1 Brooke 59 1f&nh1. ..
County Commissioner are : District 2-Fisher ''N,

It ia said that beans interest United States. 239, Cannons 114. District -Brown tt, Cede 155, Price ii:!. No election in this district. District """" Nam J. F. ALLEN & CO. orf-1'
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are maanng to fight organized ,
ttradshaw 1S5 Potter 1M. Di.tridD.J.U 24, Hardy Id: ), Ovens 141. School Board-District .
labor At DeLand Churches. Mil
at the polla. The pren- 1-Goold 34. District 2-Prevatt 1WS, Woolwine 131. District 3-Crouch 321:. The Committee rMm

dent of the employer union describe rre.byterla. serer meet at the court: house at o'clock today to annul the returns and arrange for second tell.!

the president- of the labor Br. Bcwjuata B. Kpp. PmMor. pnmary Jan 16th, at which the same inspectors will serve that conducted Toe.a,.'. primary. -sb.
oaion at! a prarie wolf with Soalsr KaooI.* .4s. Boning WI'rice > /!!!, !!!- !!!--'' !!!- !!!--''-'' -' :- .-' ; "bel
CC'CCC'C'.C'.cC'.cC'.c: ': ... .
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".1dro hob... o( wqnUp and smmju at 11
o"dodr. ALL OVER THE COUNTY acon9ocs for :New York. Tiwy !bar onion picnie from the Tarpentin City 111..

flfxwl die duo:a of mt mad arc peekmc ridJ ty. An ezeeOeot dinner wn served B'g '
They have another hot 1eta4it Cpb ...l l'b.nll,11.. .THE.
gubernatorial mad UptUt2) two caMe a darn noon under the splendid spreading .

fight oa IB Georgia. It .smugpry. s.11.d yt.i. ITEJUt or IXTKBEST WAFTED TO Dr.A K Underwood: end his 1a.aod. J. oak tnea Mr Reeves took his
a&
ia Hoke Smith and Brown this wqrtfe L.*CB*at 4 *S PL. m j a.fnmtbtug t THE KECOKB OmCZ BT ITS BOOM wife,who>>]..:.i>m kroeua.. hike fine Victor. l pbopbooe along mad hi* g

time.. -Brown ia the 'maa whose at 79t PO" Prsd4rmse4iag *v rrH. tOEKESPOSDEJTS.' out mad CI'OOMIJ the booairy ha Tae fine collection of record: which wetaeoogtly W. C. WATTS ,

w..s-s.J'aiPL day for m two wek' oaaac twingum : enjoyed by everybody
head wa* chopped off by Smith r. Hjuoaa.: P. C.
Pierson. down th* baaf EK COM* between present Late in tb* afternoon toe pie-
.. Railroad Commissioner and 111I
air endeJ with
St. mod Mirnmi.Aa a return
Aojracha acroe tbs
I' ..,..... Dud.S& .
Brown will BOW make the fight .. B.raabr'Epssoapd. ckurca Rev.Gwpbeh U ezceilml bucMt cttrutua eituea heft that eonntry to home. The oomfortmbl m \
Ta MaUJa of tai eominoBity
of kia life to with warn.. were filled with JifDUfH ( (
get even the (hay.B.etor.Ysy as toot writing. doa't. charge op every dead animal earmm straw and 5TOAi
Governor. Stdt-\"da Raday after Ester. fu &l by lh.bfuzwd to the railroad nice> team carried r.be.back and
7 a m. RoIyl.-__: a..a Yore- C. E. Smith wfao tak tae ai kt tetoKTb -I forth in fin* ahape. Thank are dn \
lag prefer sd henry:fa/5 ..m. s..ta, tick at SeriU moved. ... SeD- eoms-ay. Jtr. &o Pctenoa of forth* moat
The peach grower commenced .e'.4OI: le2e3 .. a Higf C 4.bratso.0B.oIy <. this place lost a a.*milk cow lass week. delightful trip to M mn. 111
ending the to market this E.cbsri t wtUt wrmo_ Srnwsevery lleY' till*died sot far from tae railroad track, ...-. Rhodes sod Hatcber. Th No. 65. N. Boulevard
crop week day at 7 red. .. m-...! Sp TlM 5- octlij brother her ban haw. beea camk blues anagement and arrangements mad it
append:! ta or DeLand
week, sad the price for the first m.eaeet _-m8C mnior. Ymsdays. ta*faen eon crop ia tV bad of Littl -. a tboroogblv hapy oceacion with no j Wi Florida. nJI1J

Ill pllleDte will be all right. rrr"*.-dM, The out door lontpmnd 111 .
Today. Tonday. the 1t. tM prillloUJ'e&o.cdoa. -
Heavy shipping will The Cairrk.la straw ride WM a corker with Its antic i
begin next
Bayrkt
TW tracker ben n lwepia the ben i I. working _>< like 5
week aad aatisfactory price. tW Baoratac at 11 Tdoek" tan stocc svppBad with all kiadsofJ. regst.bi. *brrricamleek nub J A. Hat.r..SH. the Arfcanaa.travels There were of I
will be ta. seed P.tal..reat..et, M ia tie with
party ladder
should rule if the Georgia peach M ta* AatUtortaK. !_ aIM rrc- .. JOOM. J. 3. McBride lepeetor. mad i gnu Everything in the
juvenile lad and ...... 8 to each Jg Hardware Line
doe not interfere. It will Leweet.'Iaow..er afar lIMn* win b.tae seed ensoa oM W. IsjMbrv aM LM .aflat elBartaerrflto Emcees Ftenoa eier$ took oat." -e&OIIide' driven
Pest.s 7a AatkcM.X. PMTM of tb.bddiback will lie ehlorofonnwi
wen eleuut \ '
two> before the 8b.do.. r-s...." CM bone Wv die Carefully Selected and (
rio T.-aT. far a nh trip to SUtmroom which to at
Georgia'. begin to mo..e.TM 3t.4.n ante jvarteCta.. Sc4o bv Hn.tint on Glenwood. i I I IAi
u.- Mzk H.A.UaaMa awl br two hileaOiina the bead water of Salt Hirer madboi \H ALL STANDARD GOODS I

Johnson men are ready to f. E. CanrcaBev. I etme ....s. a shopiiaf trip toirs tt.E. A. Batcntrom of VoIiMu AT*. 111 J

admit and do admit that there l* Wnv..J.Barknem "' ... --_ DeJAa4 bit work.Pst.e rank a. one of Fiema's mot enter Children, peddling backelberrir. ere -I JI
chance for'him SeDdaJ' IICftooI: s4$ a. d Pr-dIt. Piwsw, eM peen ban earn. wax cUiim a* i* evidenced by tb* getting plenty now.
this time; and --no. 11 a m :.-c- meatier 4 4 mad... ..- 01 sang improvement b*ha jet added to hi* Bonders' MiteriiL Doors Sash Blinds
yet they its very 1 persistent ia p. m. AJ|fihmfci nntf. Mmngen invited.Cleave d ; .- attractive home I. die way of remodellaf A nice bower cam oa Tuesday In m

urgiag. his candidacy. What ** rreabrtrrina ('bareb.Re. Yin Lixxi Habtard, a model yoseg and baiUing broad vermada to the brUhten rip' the garden. Plumbing Supplies etc. earned 1!

doeVit'mean?' If they hare no .. CeovV.at 1In.F..cor.. lady who looks beMOfal and *w.*t. U eovlh mod mat *ide* sad other. cabvistal Mr. Ely sad Mrs radio of DeLaad ,

hope why should they take a MoeIag..b..f wontp sad __ ben teem Lake H.&!II. vWuac idaQ InjirorefDnu< Mr*. C. H. took dinner.Olenwood- Toeaday.MimBoocheUe oi = w*
ie.a. 8mday school as 11 ... :
Cute oar doac neighbor ha jut completed left on Monday after -
course and paraoe' it *o persistently Cbrfaraa Endeavor tenlna as 7 p. m.Hi ft& ( WANT to visit 'na1
j it. crowd from hors took fa eM < mom *xtenie Improvements oaberdeUchtfal doting aa 8 month. term of eennol. you my New !; .
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that I. calculated to cause' pofideal rally ail barbs as IM.suss bom is the way of new Ethel Sprool retorned to DeLaad shim \Ii (3l/ line Md get my pric8' I am J reto"pllea8eyOD, J |

, difference. in the eak.'of;thepartyt AnfcBaDy -61. .U*. anderfuauff mad btaatJfyiog tb* week after spending and effort have ..
two my 1
weeks been
f Gay Wfcat a caaakMT tttO CO.tow ,. fao.om awimmieg pout DexSpriJI& a* her 111 directed to thatjend. 'cJJ
-Colombo* Ledger. Mr. D. awno..abIc1 FridaJ' laterior. lowering die rand dory floor. Santa know the wanta of the
,' : c.ntpen..1 JjWky. \Ai people of DeLand in gods atAM''(
he's.e..f.ey bawDatr4 .J.M.Gow4 a 1>-aiUnm* roala of etc. Vow*b* ha* die amt domial The celery comply M npplytac 1M ned by a General Hardware
r "la order to be a Democrat it mflj Oj-Tea .bat ibt glsseitte 8eriJJe. ..... tans Ie Biting of I.this quiet rest*votTb* HaatromUotheri. folk .here. with Irish potntor* from tb* y Store and I have them.- '$J

ia not to herowonhiper1 .s am bow.Istta Fred. Albin mod Carl did thewort '
aeeeamrw Jbe a an lest 7- .-""<'- and wbMkw WM oa ibis celery farm. S "

II- the Tampa Tribune mLS 8.dsy.4om. mad J. .J. Peterson contractor aadba1Jder. )II''. and Mr _
War left last W.
.. week for C. .I
ha
jot completed a tedtoo WATTS
reauada.certain' rtptusere. pt on -S teJldegpolid. DIiaoIe W r
tate 'editor N ..edllI.u .HIJ..... .. l.ard job of pauinc n nw Wits brick wner*they win Kpeod die wm
Weald that some of them could that they' II aeo54. em-w met vtathig relative,.
Tb sal IItodrMldoen.cJoc of 14uck mud anderpinoinic to tb* big

get that; idea' firmly. impressed Watt t xm... company will lie held. lb.pisdsekdastd.ar.41 worts of pAberry ID8IIOICerie.. yoked- to ton boru of Harper* Minhew.Tb Over CO attended I be Glen wood achool S$ S S S SS S9SS i 11

i upon their. brain and case tobpdfd.aUy u dMu oeln fa Det.e,, 1'Ja. s 10.. A B.PranU. W. H. JlcBrid of lie Mbdistrict school at this place All picnic: led Saturday ml DeLeon Spri.... .

'proclaim that -.- Monday .Jan.1. 1S08L far tb* dosed last Friday. ''Tb arbnol dorio report ptaaaant time n* wall Ma
every viOa sad Prof' A-0. Botks d D.laed No I dinner.The -
whe.fail pwpow of e&IcC c..s........ lbs term just doed ha mad mach -
... to-joia them ialhair and RLead of BorborviOo w.m
mad to attend to any other bantay .. tM& pr'oenm' seder Use cfflcient company from Chicago that
adulation of !. tU abidiac ptmeo SaMntoy.MnuJ manageoMalof onenpied BRil
some putIcapiraat
properly earn before ta* anidva Mi**Lola Prrl h. Tb entin peo.! die Baine hone* left Monday KLICKER
;; far: ; for ofllee. ia "no1rtflsthighe B. Waiawf UoGaim Tia> pl.bar ace wU pl..*.ad with her work. night expecting to vWt otbnr nlaesan '
.....JI I < GAILaww.f..y. and ar. twuitifml aoao pH.liod ......- tIIeirJ' 1Io.e. ,
i ia ;
HB*> vry rwpec&a ---.lei
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sd or-. tar. Yin.JaUa ara la this cIi....vtritla X, Merchant Tailors'"
t teach.... drv mote praise thanw and Mm.,Wrbtht'and danghtnr \
: : kor Mt aad Mr C. E. ,
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: done paivacs
*at*....to .IT.L Miss Parrlab I* a Mario arm k.,. w Tb.. 4ay gang

before,the Aominatioa"''at Den- FOR SALE.ceuFMeaiOrchardeandMnek. Jeas talented tenener and all her pepo.Iwea S-dllo..... tb* __.., ,tr YIki1G Four

ftI'.. .- That.- {a, reaaoaable. .and a......... MOL Raymond Moody. of Ioptria.es to boa. obey..s',..,.. .... TJIrwW- ..""". pt..ppi.p. Doors South from Rsher'S Corr! ;

-:: the' nomination IAIe4.._r..ar--. Addnm .fps >.dlbs Nod saawiita4M sad aoobt Tb peopI.1Iope.wU tunch for them pinery. :
s.1 ho.sewivw of.....,p1.... .oat. a ale* sells '
ovral term,bat while she k \
tl..pk F1. $1r.CASTOR gone abs Mini Sean&CUr mad > G noon aad1
F'.J will need. bee mind S.1U of pantoLaps
every vWt kt ....wMk with bar daaPrcII mhadea and
na rent rend that aa* ... left a lip that. .h.-U ratbei be alpt,
..1e. the United ...L 0. arid [ a tmis.daura _
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.. wnna piao in oar' heart a* a friendami than n cnool that It-yoti toO
fit....:.t.Li$;.all?: ..: .. /..... ftIe neck Ie ta. tmOmt ... brpo.sl.etln teacher, a*did tae matehlea WOOcombe oa Monday.to joie .teacher class ?so.j jvOto. ..--left jut' satswperblylined allthrtt1Iright

..... aM"y)'....'fan they want beaoaUaatioa : IA74IS .-.k red nom sow be...cadssem.d..om..j.e M... Mien Edna and Benlcean.1 Her frland her will an ales-.... I fdb wd1 made at prlca rlptIta and that ua barplD true''

' fist. tIMt : af Ur tha / 4 sad mm.dejected Mfa P ml* Farm former bdttmds.Uy la .Waltiac .. a
; ;, L/.rds sad Ot>hs.. a abort Urn mH that eaa lean When
imto Jacob. Ctoorls old you appear.CONSULTATION
ton Sited ---I _
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-"j we.."..fpNiD.; ; t away pending Ute MBVmnvaadwvttat FREE!;
'Tina. --g t .rksari k..at ..ABMM, rioynbw day wn spent cant
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2a, :ard o0ngeN. (:" girmlag': Y... ....... ad br good -till.. Sarnrdav Ia**at OMan bride *a tb* ".. go ...uyM KLICKER BROTHERS plot!

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M6QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ ,. I less pomp, less noise ana oratory,' on Packard who Bad discovered tile tweet House sac can pusnea up tne .eU to r "Why, of courser' VOGUE POINTS. 't >,
AUca Had DeeD
The adoption 01 L'u"' : there was a seriousness, a depth of feeling He bad Immediately reported It to Mr. tbe brim of her hat "What did Mr. Varney: say to :yon ,
much Interest In the town.It
' a matter of ,a homeliness about the affair which Rand and the two ofthem, had laid Sbe stopped stock still and looked at about me?" Ribbons .Used on Summer Frocks In, ),

olutionary'Corner.! was Just like Clarissa, they else said would, to made the spectator feel that here the the matter before Mr. Southerland. Yet him as If dazed Be saw tbat she took "lie Maid that my father bad engagedyou Many Attractive W'Y.\ :
take child that no one
a ceremonies were no perfunctory matter one or tbe other of these men or Mr.' In her breath with a fluttering gasp. to watch me to *ee whether I had The summer season will see the ...*: I

have but all the townspeople were Their dead were their own. not Soulherland himself must have taken "So," said she, "you've caught me," any communication with Mr. Varne of ribbons for all sorts of dress trim: ; '

kind to the plain shy uncblldlsb the Indiscriminate dead of tbe cities.A tbe securities from the safe If the and with that she fell at his feet In a But you must know all thlsv. Why do mlngs. Tbe Illustration show somvery +

j stranger.Day Miss Clarissa and Luella sense of security and contentment thing bad been done at all. profound swoon. you nsk these questions! smart ways of adorning new, I'

by day filled Luella' heart as, wltb her band Now there could be no doubt that For some minutes the natural human "Did you know of any other reason frocks and bringing; others up to date. '

grew nearer to each other the one so In Miss Clarissa's, she walked to the the securities were missing and If Impulse to give aid was stronger In why your father should employ: a detective wltb ribbons. A dainty stock collar,

[A!Memorial Day Story. soldiers' monument. She belonged to' they bad not been taken from the Dunton than all other feelings. Amazement ?!" for Instance lit of lace trimmed with i

some one. She had a name a home a' safe It must be because they bad never was forced to tbe background of "No." velvet ribbon, a color to match any \

[ftyJI'RANK H. SWEET. mother, even two dead grandfathers been In It. Could this be possible? 1 his consciousness while sympathy: rushed "He did not mention a robbery costume being easily slipped around i

and her cup of bliss was full. Mr. Southerland bad been out of to the front nor bad he any time for "No." the lace collar, A cnnrmlng! way to '

op a t 1907. by Frank H. Sweet.4t The little procession with muffled health. For several months be bad such reflections as would have been appropriate "You knew nothing about It?" trim a simple, plain bodice Is Ken In ,4

P0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOu drum bent and tolling bell came slowly been under a doctor's orders to take to his calling. Whom bad be "Certainly not. What do yon mean?' one of the cuts. Wide ribbon or galloon :

> i to tbe soldiers' monument where thing" easy, and be had been spending caught? What had this beautiful girl "One moment, please. Did Mr. Var- lit employed In a pretty delicate design
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, .ass CLARISSA" laid LuellakI1 tbe townspeople had gathered.The two or three days each week at his been guilty of that she should faint at uey Intrust a packet to ;you?" such as bunches of flowers scattered on

,after a long pause"shouldn't church choir sang, tbe minister. country place In Marblehead. There tbe sight of a detective? How did she "Yes; It contain document relatingto a pale background-pink or green If

V. fyou think It must be nice to mnde prayer, and then came the roll' Is no rest, however, for the financier. know who Dunton was? He would bill dead father estate." the color scheme will admit of tbo.

ttjlH% bave a lot of dead folks allr I..i call I Instead of living; out of doors as he hove staked his life that he had never The detective drew the packet from bade being used

own/ Before Miss Clarissa realized It Luella hal promised the doctor be bad con seen her. Did she mistake him for under bis coat and laid It on the table. Tbe ribbon Is carried across tbe

l.sjplarisa dropped tbs black bud slipped her band away and run ducted many Important negotiations somebody else? No; there was perfect The girl quickly extended her band, fronts and over the shoulders In a novI .

up to Captain Townsend the officer in and be admitted. In response to Dun- recognition In ber glance. and as she touched the packet Dunton

.kind she was knitting, pushed her I charge, with a bit of paper In her ton's questions, that all tbe missing Assisted or at least accompanied by laid his band on her*.

toclct: up on her smooth Iron gray 1 1I band. I securities hud been delivered to him the landlady, who bad heard the sound "Walt" said he. "Have ;yon married I r

. ''and stared at her newly adopted "If you please sir." she said as she at his home In Marblebead and brought of the fall, Dunton carried tbe unconscious him" M

gb.te".h.Tbe girl .at !In tbe little car- banded It to him "won't you call the to the city by him. girl Into the room which be bad "No.". a. VUP

covered: rocking chair the lamp- roll for the Revolutionary soldiers over There was a young man named Reginald Just engaged and laid her upon the "Have :you seen him since) you left 1" t /

t shining on her abundant red hair, In the old part too? Both my grandfathers Varney who bad an office for couch. 'rben be summoned a physician your father1 house?"

freckled face, her small nearslght- are there-that Is. not my really stenography and typewriting In the from an adjoining house. Meanwhilebe "No" Z f fII fr
bad
.. Not her motherId truly grandfathers only ones that snIDe building with Southerland & Co, had learned only tbat the girl The detective released her' hand and
own
"' .1 even
that
j the bouse mornIng -
In
I've adopted because they hadn't any He had done some work for Mr. South- taken a room raised his own to his forehead
I have called her a pretty child of Mary Stone'A
tbe name
little girl and I hadn't any grandfathers crlnnd In a notably satisfactory manner and given "I am not a religious man ordinarily. -
Mice Clarissa viewed her with per. mid I've copied their names on und bud made a favorable Impression little later, however, when the ." said be "but when I thank God 1

:,satisfaction.aly I S this .'nr>er. If you'll\ only call them out. personally, being a handsome fellow doctor had taken charge of tbe case I mean It Now look at that-at those

"alx months ago Mice Clarieeagoneto i I'm sure they must be very lonesomeway of exceptionally good address. upon the medical side, Dunton was papers relating to Mr. Varney' es

I, the orphan asylum In tbe over there In that corner." Thus it fell out that when Mr. South- able to give his undivided attention to tate." I

and astonished the matron by ask- The clear little voice rang out In tbe erland found, himself In need of a secretary that aspect of It which appertained to "Why, these are bonds exclaimed

for'the homeliest girl they bad for silence. Filled with an absorbing emotion at his Marblebead house be bad his own profession. Miss Stone bad the girl."Right..

pUO .}' I the shy little child became bold. elUplo'eIJ'arney.. carried a small black the shopping floor of bag the, ." said he; "fSO.OOO worth, II I IIII
and It had fallen upon
there/. always plenty of folks to I It was physically possible that this himself privileged stolen from your father. Mr. Varney
young man might be the culprit In the"TOO'LI hall Dunton thought did not want to be caught with the
a' tfUIrOod looking ones, she said< to examine Its contents and the
goods on him, a* we say In my business
U a contemptuous sniff. "WON'T you CALL Tax BOLL FOB THBItUVOLDTIOXABT b first thins he found was a roll of bill
he them to And
: SOI/BIKBS: ? I so gave you.
bent. was something In the appear- I amounting to almost a thousand dol i you knew nothing. When you saw

. of) this determined looking woiCtwIth glud to. give love the other starving lava Delving deeper, be came upon a me. you thought I bad come to interrupt

. her gray skirt above her to receive It lIttle by little tbe child c y mall green memorandum book, which an elopement

vy top boots, her plain coat and bat. opened ber heart, sure of sympathy bore upon Its first page the name ofMildred "Certainly."

' complete freedom from ornameutai'of and Miss Clarissa was learning what a Southerland. I "1 suppose Mr. Varney used to live
unnatural an orphan I that Mr. SoUtherlal1 -
aud product Dunton was aware
strange "
I .any kind that Impressed the In this house, said Dunton and the
asylum child Is. / <1 had a daughter named Mildred girl nodded. "That's why be sent you
tone Luella' mind was so full of queer I but he hud not seen her on his single
here and Ifs why correspondent
my
My name Is Clarissa Slade of Roy. Clarissa not surprised clear.howe""I'
fancies that Miss was visit to Murbleheud. It was advised me to come thinking that I
'I; continued, the visitor "and I can that stormy nlgbt when our that she must have seen him might pick up a clew In the house.
'tI
it I you to the selectmen of the story opens that the child's thought / and known his errand. Meeting him And so we melt and"- :

'n."j > should turn as It did and to hear her' / thus after her' Bight from home, how I, He was Interrupted by a caution TO DATA tnOKWUR.

Our'homeliest. girl! Well I think ask If It wouldn't be "nice to hove a 1II could she doubt that he bad pursuedand tap at tbe door. It was the professional
ought to call up '42; said tbe lot of dead folks all your own" passed her and having learned brother el bretelle design and Is repeated asa

trop to the amused first assistant "Dead folks, Luella?" sbe naked her destination had awaited her there? trimming on the sleeves The plain.
"Your man's In the bouse now
"42"!,.* shrieking red haired child "Yes," answered the thud, simply; "Tuls Is a very bad business," said said that worthy. "He's slightly gathered sleeves by the way.
brought intorisltOrs' and grandmothers and eI "and It' gone upstairs. are Just tin correct thing for eveningwear ;
beautiful surely was "grandfathers n the detective to himself up He asked for a Miss Stone
, parlor. aunts and uncles, all your own, with a to mu to see that It gets no worse" I and a servant told him where her the new sleeve being almost
You can leave us alone," said Miss high fence around to keep folks out I Miss Southerland bud been carried was. tight und worn Just below the elbow.
room
rise,'.: and the matron obediently Ah It must be so nice!" I.uclla's face Into Duuton's room because the one "Go up and get him," said Dunto"I ribbon Another Illustration for shows an effective Inexpl'lIsh'e
garniture decorating an -
hdrew. grew bright at the thought. whlcb sbe had engaged was up two want him for robbery. Take him
Now,' my dear," raid Miss Clarissa "Yes. dear," Miss Clarissa said softly r r I flights of stairs, Dunton bad learned to headquarter haven't time to see evening dress or afternoon
"l' Tbe front and back views are
tbe frightened child, wltb a sudden "1 know what you mean. To have CHIIIVrI t"I, from the landlady and he knew also him now. I've got to escort this lady gown.
t tbe for the long sash ends
tenlng of manner "get up In my one's dead together Is a comfort." 11uA that the girl I had brought a small back to Boston on the f o'clock train. same except
7 which add still further smart anddrexH.v
,.Vf*< "But Miss Clarissa, do you think It trunk with ber. To get Into this room And as to ber"-be laid his finger on a
touch at the back. The straps
'be' child allowed herself to be taken would be wicked to adopt grandfathers and, to open the trunk cost only the his lips. .
Il''r which over tbe arms are kept In
;' if they'd been dead so long they 'rugay labor of picking two easy locks and KO
There' with fancy safety pins on each
1 place
' now," said Miss Clarissa. bad uo cue left? There are two soldiers the result amply Justified tbe exertion. Remains te Be ...... Still another ribbon
Oeevc trimming
'by.' I guess you ain't much used to of the Revolution in the old partof lu the trunk there was a sealed packet, "What' In here?" asked the tourist
Is a high bow at the back of the neck
's. Well we'll change all that tbe graveyard and they have no THE MARCHED AT THB HEAD OF IBS and In the packet were all the stolen "Remalni to be seen," responded the ribbons over tbe shoulders and around

w, what's your name?" one to love them and take care of LINE. securities except the one bond that guide as be led the way Into themorgue. lime high waist with long ends floating
orty-two.' lisped the little girl. and they'd make such nice hud been sold.
them There was such an Intensity of appealIn ,, i .--Jeiter. to: the hem of the skirt The Jabot togo
qfenaw! You must have some otherne for If think theywouldn't i 1
grandfathers me you 1Vhun.. this Investigation was completed
tbat the captain's eyes be
ber tone --- With tbe all black costume may
than 42. What Is It? object Do you? I want WASTE: YOUR TIMB ON THB TABNUY Dunton returned to the lower made of raoussellne de matinee
misty. sole
grew Th. Parish Top.
My\ name's Chrlssy Boylston, only relatives The nearsighted THEOUY." |
some dend so. hall, where be awaited the appearanceof
"Comrades said he. "after this we Once In England top whipping was chiffon or net By far the newest and
, Christmas not just Chrlssy. eyes were dim with tears. of Revolutionarydead case lie would have been In a position tbe doctor. made of net
' ?" will call the roll the practically ordered by law. There wasa most stylish ones are :
Why do they call you Christmas "Wbo are they?" asked Miss Claris first. to know of the delivery of bonds "The young lady will do very well huge top fOl'merly'provlded In every edged wltb lace or braid.
remained silent.
''be child I know!" said Miss daid. sa."One The crowd, all of whom knew tbe and other securities to Mr. Souther- now." said that gentleman. "You area village to be whipped In frosty weather For deep mourning nothing hi more
On. I guess Is Captain Jonathan Martin, child and her sad history cheered. laud at the. country, place and to have friend""A that the peasants might be kept appropriate than a bow and two
'. Christmas
., They found you on and the other Is Lieutenant Thomas "How Kind they'll be!" sbe said, slipping abstracted some of them from tbe friend of tbe family said the warm by the exercise and out of mischief

rV23'i'i Boylston street" Have you any Edmunds, and they died before 180O." back to ber place wltb Miss Cia satchel In which the broker was ac detective while they could not work.

ntlons or friends? "No: ," said Miss Clarissa In answerto rissa whose stern face was very rystomed to carry them to Boston. "She seems to have been laboring I Shakespeare In "Twelfth Night" says.

'No. ma'am"No Well we'lltnp the child's Inquiry. "Tbe Martin tender as sbe looked at the uncOn- Vnrney bad uot lived In Boston very under a severe nervous strain," con- "Ills brains turn like a parish top."
friends?
relations ,
that too.or family are all gone and tbe last Edmunds scious child. long. He was supposed to have come tinued tbe doctor. "I understand that Ben. Jouson la "New"' Inn" writes "He

!. all and gently drew moved west years ago. There One by one tbe names of those valiant from Sew York wherefore Detective she desires to see you." spins. like a parish toP." and Beaumont
Has Clarissa slowly
child all the she bad to Is no one living who would care and dead were called and tbe voice Duuton communicated wltb a professional Dunton knocked on the door of the and Fletcher have "dances like a town
the story
m There pitiably little of It as for the dead, I don't think they'Uobject of the drum was the only answer.. brother In the metropolis, by back parlor and was Invited to enter. top and reels and bobble" Evelyn,

1.14: had been was only a few weeks old but what 'good will they do There were not many of them, but whom Varney's record was hastily Investigated. He found Miss Southerland reclining the dlnrlst speaking of the uses of willow
e "
, the found her. Her you? enough to"make every heart fill with It appeared tbat he bad in an easy chair and seemingly not wood says tbat It was ordered that ,
en policeman "Ab," said Luella with fervor "they left New York under a cloud, having
that tbe little town of Royton should be made
they bad abandoned her on Chrlstday. pride much the worse for her experience.The "the great town tops
will be sucb a comfort to me nlgbta. been summarily discharged from a
position
borne her' so bravely In tbat "
dad part thereof.
here. and
They bad brought her extraordinary beauty seeming
'* after
I can make stories up about them In a broker's office
. had always bad good foott. clothes mighty struggle. Innocence of the girl knocked hard
I to bed and I can take care of ] wltb the receipt of this
1 teaching. No: she had never been go Then followed the much longer list Coincident upon tbe detective's heart. U German as Bad mm ThleTJoint
their graves and put wreaths on them of the civil war soldiers and tbere was report one of the stolen bonds turnedup "Here Is your shopping bag," said be. Ituxklii was caustic In his utter-
on their birthdays, and perhaps you In "New' York. It bad been cleverly
not a veteran tbere who did not feel "It contains a little book with your flares about tbe German language. In 8 1
will have the headstones straightened, glad that the place of honor bad been negotiated by means of a trick In name." "Letters of Dr. John Brown" Ruskin Is

I and I will clean and scrape them and given to tbe earlier dead. In tbe great wblcb a messenger boy had played the "My name," she repeated "Yes." bus quoted:

then on Memorial day they will put heart of America there Is love enough most conspicuous role a perfectly Innocent "I think we ought to take tbeI Gernniu Isn't a "language" at all but 1 I
and flowers there, and 1 shall of The real
nags to go around. agent course. o'clock train back to Boston," said only n "tbroatnge" or "gutturage"aluodo
d r. feel proud and so-so respectable. trickster had with the sale
so
The minister then gave an address, got away Puuton. "Do you wish to say anything of human expression: learned
So with Miss Clarissa's consent and and his text was "A little child shall price of the bond, a little more than a to me before we start?" chiefly of wolves and bears, with halt

aid Luella Alice adopted her grandfa lead them." Luellt felt the blood rush thousand dollars. "What can I ray?/" of the things It calls words stitched In

thers. to her face when, after the address Could Varney have made a flying trip "Why did you rob your father?" the middle like wasps and ants or ass

All through April the child worked Captain Townsend holding her' hand to New York for this purpose? In order The girl stared at him her eyes piumlers. and letters scrabbled out ,

every pleasant day after school hours they marched at the bead of tbe line to answer this question the detective growing larger and brighter Sbe rose when people were mostly drunk so ,

patiently digging up witch grass and to the grass grown corner where her' decided to ask the young man a lowly, and as she did so sbe pulled that they didn't know the tops from

weeds from the neglected mounds and "grandfathers' graves testified how few questions though he had hitherto open the little black bag. the bottoms of them. '!

4c7ci the graveled walk tbat ran beside mucb one tender little heart and two voided meeting him. In fact. Duuton "Do you mean to tell me," she cried, I
them. Miss Clarissa had the sagging bad not visited tbe Marblehead residence -
little willing bands could do. "tbat my father mentioned this paltry I In Wrong.
y' headstones straightened, but It was On these and on tbe adjoining grave but had depended upon a veiled money that he thought of these miserable "Your husband Is greatly In need of

Luella who laboriously scraped and the choicest blossoms were laid and questioning of Soutberland for such In. dollars? My ducats and my exercise" said the doctor. "He's Indoors

ia cleaned them till tbe old Inscriptions tbe largest flags planted. foruuitlon as be desired. At this stage daughter! Here take It back to him!" I too much. He'll have to get out HOW Tea lURK I* WOBH.
were plainly legible. I of the case, however, a personal Investigation
Now when a stranger visits Royton Sbe snatched the money out of the more"
There, too tbe first wild flowers were seemed necessary and be accordingly straight ends one longer than the otter ,
1s Dunton's
almost the first place be Is taken to bag and flung It against "Out more! exclaimed tbe wife
carefully transplanted, and on Sunday "Revolutionary corner" which the high paid a visit to tbe broker In breast The loose roll of bills seemed I "U,,'. been out every night tbls week. made of black net with an Inch

afternoons Miss Clarissa and Luella school girls and boy. keep In perfect his summer bome. to burst like a bomb and tbe air was That's wbaf the matter wltb him." border of crape.
often walked there and tbe child showed tip to this point Dunton had not disclosed To wear with a white blouse a pretty -
, how national In the
the be
,,' order and be bears the story full of currency. Realizing that was wrong
f""IJ.; with delight Improvements made Luella adopted her grandfathers and his they of tbe robbery and "I 1 ventured to suppose," said tbe girl the doctor left a prescription and promised Jabot can be made from a black and

during the week."I how tbe Revolutionary heroes came to now when ho told Soutberland of his wltb scorn "that he bad sent you after .to call later.-8t Louis Republic. white handkerchief rind one with
gave Grandfather Martin all of the their -suspicions, he was amazed to learn -- --.-... mall black dots In the center and a
cowslips, for he was so fond of them own. that Varney bad been dismissed from border of black lines Half the handkerchief
i
you know. Grandma says he always I I Southerland's employ suddenly about The Iron Crown laid In fine plaits and won
l The Iron crown of Lombardy so
kept a bowl of them on the sitting ten auys oetore ana tnat notn'njVS.. I with a white linen collar embroidered
room table while they were In blos- i MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO known of him since that time. Why called from the narrow Iron band with In black will be both suitable and stylish '
rt1 in It supposed to have been beaten out
iom." The child lifted her eyebrow bad he been discharged? A personal I for one whose costume I lit void of
IJI'M of one of the nails used at the crucifixion -
significantly and whispered, "Make believe difference; be hud been disrespectful. color. |
first by
." Some Ducatsand "You'll waste your time If you workon was probably worn
! BBOUGHT INTO Tim "ls1'1'OU' I A lIupb at his coronation In C81. Tbe Are You CI..loalf
| "But Grandpa Edmunds liked violets tbe Varney theory, said the broker.
.I I. PARLO1L i historic crown after gracing the brow You must be classical this season to
ft best so I've /given them all to him"The "1 advise you to leave him out of It. 1' x711J
, d.In ,any one's lap before. She had child ran on full of mythical a Dunton returned to Boston and endeavored of sucb sovereign/ a* Charlemagne, the best of ;your ability and figure.

" rerjbeen; kissed, and she was ten tales of these pseudo grandfathers whoI to locate Varney at the young Henry of Luxemburg Frederick IV. Pepluins draped bodices wall of Troy:
bin Charles V. and the great Napoleon wai and Greek key trimming, tight clinging
i I bad died more than a hundred years man's office, where two or three assist I
was legally adopted by Miss In 1300 given up to Victor Emmanuel sleeves coming well down over the
before. I Il Daughter. ants were carrying on tbe business, II

Lnella and Is now preserved with great care band elaborate tunic often edged with
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Royton, like many old towns In Newi I but lie learned tbat Varney was seldom s II
ide. after twin sisters of Miss i England, was rich In Revolutionary there, and his house address could not at Monza near Milan. deep silk- fringe or again with Greek

who had died In Infancy lore and In her' graveyard were buried { By HOWARD FIELDING. I be obtained. In view of this situation I designs In gold or silver embroidery|

larissa kept a little notion shop several of those who by dying bad I the detective decided to take up the I Extravagance. are some of the fancies of the hour. '
where she lectured the girl : "This Is your little sister Tommy," To be classical without Judgment to
n, aelped to make tae nation but there Copyright, 1SOT. by C, W. Hook. clews In New York. Including Varney'srecord f
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me to buy corset and refused I Was so much holy zeal felt for the .: there.Accordingly. said the father showing him the baby fatal This style Is only appropriate to

reap pistol to tbe little boy. I I sues who bad died to save the nation Dunton telegraphed his I "You will love ber dearly, will TOG certain types of women and I lit ugly,

-IIPlte of these prejudices her trade that the Revolutionary soldiers wore Alfred Soutberlaud; professional brother' In tbe metropolis not?" even grotesque, on abort and stout persons. -, '

The farmer wives for neglected,. and Royton almost forgot WHEN of State street, Bos that be would be In that city at 3 "Yes, of course" replied Tommy, Inpecting .

(around knew tbat Clarissa that the blood shed In '76 was tbe seed discovered tbat be bad o'clock on tbe following afternoon, and tbe latest arrival!, "but Ifl It should also be confined to eertate'i\ "

calicoes never "ran" and tbat that brought tbat eternal crop of gloryIn been robbed, be put tbe case be received a reply directing him to go cost a great deal to keep ber won't ItT" I materials and time of wearing Long,!,

wool" meant all wool. Claris- '61. Into tbe bands of Edgar Duntou. Tbe to a certain address engage a room I "I presume so." loose flowing draperies are wonderfully -.

one of the largest taxpayer: In There they lay, In an obscure part of latter had been a member of tbe Massachusetts and expect a call at B o'clock. The 7es." said Tommy, wltb a long becoming In house, evening or teat;

11 and was one of tbe quaint the old cemetery, out of tbe line of detective force that used to address was not far from tbe Grand N drawn breath "and wben I asked you: gown, but are utterly: out of place) ford;j

'on the train when on stockholdII march on Memorial day out of the line be called the state police but bud resigned Central station, where Dunton's train the other day to buy me a white rabbit heavy: cloths and for morning wear.

all the bolder of stock In the of man's thoughts. The sound of tbe and set up In business for him set him down a little after 8, and a you said you couldn't afford it." Many of tbe new silks, however, and,

company ride free to Boston I fife and drum stole over tbe bill once a self. few minutes later he had engaged being shown wltb tunic drapery skillfully ; .'

larissa was a patriot and don year and the odor of blossom strewn Securities valued at about IW.OOO what I Is called a back parlor In a very This I Is s Feet. modified to stiffer and more eaa{|

civil war when of coarse she on patriots' graves, but they were not were missing from one of the safes In ordinary boarding bouse. "When a man love a girl In a novelhe ventlonal line for street: _I'. .

not be a soldier abe bad insistedlending for them. Soutberland's office. Tbere was noth There was time for a bit of work before rave about her through forty; chapter ,I '

a substitute. Sbe Had: Luella worked so faithfully that when big to show when they bad been taken the hour of tbe appointment and *. In real life be never mention her The 8ai>.aeW Victim. "

fsr'.red by the authorities, wbc, I Memorial day dawned her grandfa but they bad not all been abstracted at Dun too did not linger' In his new quar name" I I The Barber-Your balr lit coming out ,I

ih Impressed. with an official I thers' graves were In perfect order. tbe same time. It was probable that ters. As he approached the street dooron "TOCB MAH'S IM THB noun HOW. "Wnafs the application?" on top sir.' The Crank Good! I knew?;

eat certifying tbat Cerise, i Boon the entire population bad trustfully the safe bad been "visited" on tour or hi* way out a key: was thrust Into me and not after my quarterly allowance \ "Merely that realism In a love tory It was In me. Now. for goodness' aku '

|bad furnished a substitute. Tnt, put their key under their front five occasions. Tbere bad been no the lock from tbe other side. Tbe form ," and she laughed bitterly. 1* not poulble."-St Loot RepnbUe. don't talk to It or It will crawl j,

ate In a frame wa the crown, doormats and were quietly wending breaking of locks or drilling of bole of a woman was dimly visible throughthe i Dunton looked keenly Into her eye again.-St Louis Republic

ry' of ber shop. their way to the cemetery, while the I This fact put four men under suspicion ground glass panel and Dunton during an Interval. of silence. still Faithful.Mile. ba.e"M'4, e

fact that the substitute was shot: Grand Army post fell Into line at I II but Dun ton's Investigation who wa* In no hurry to encounter any "How did :you know that I wa a detective Susanna-Is that young nan At the 0,..... ;

[back while running away from I least those who were able to walk-for speedily cleared two of them. Tbe of the other lodgers, halted sharply ?" he asked at last till under the window} Maid-Well. "What was the matter with Blgnor '

at did not In Miss Blade's Judg., poor Silas Mason lay on his Invalid' others were Mr. Rand the) cashier, and but before be could begin a retreat tbe "Mr. Varoey told me so," she replied. mademoiselle, .../* running around ta Tenor 1 He sang the) drinking *our.wretchedly. ,:;1:

affect b.r responsibility: toward l ,chair In 'the grocery wagon and tbe Mr. Packard his assistant Both were door swung open and tbe\woman en "He was at Marblehead when I was the snow to keep himself warm, but : ." :

i'* family, and she bad watched I old squire drove Tom Carter with hiscrutch. past fifty of excellent reputation quite tered. Dunton noticed In the first there?" he goes In the shape of a heart all UM ,"Yea. I think he bad been drinklogNew ."' 1THE

-they were) a shiftless lot-. ... In his pwn boggy clear of debt or speculative entanglement glance tbat she was young and strikingly "Ye; In the garden." time.-Boa Vivant Oriean Times-Democrat: ," .. :.7

ne with them until one happj, It was a' very different spirit from and altogether the most unlikely: attractive, tbat she was smartly "And you were with him? A secret ,>

r all emigrated and were for", that wBlch animate a'' Memorial day men for such a deed that could well dressed and bad been heavily veiled, meeting-I nee. I see He bad been Going to taw lit losing a cow for tile -Anger begin ta folly.and *.>dJh, ') 1

I' unable to return. crowd Jn.a great city, Tip va much I be ImMrtned., MocgfW_tL rlM ,Mr. hut at _yie moment of. .,entering the discharged because of his attention to sake of a cat-Chinese\ Proverb. -*J 1 Ie lmtaJllee.-Pyl1iss.iirjs *"'" -,' II IIr \

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1 DaytonaLota F L Lots 10 antI 47 II: ?
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tt. il'>.i W W Daytona . . .. . . .. L B Morgan . . 18 87 Lou 8 and 4 Dllnl.wtn. .. .. Ch.. Daugherty . .. 118 Delnd, Florida .
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.... ta8 tc. 14 Inc blk i pub of RIot 6 C Howard. . 99 Lot 1 blk 1 sub of w 1.8 of lot 0 blk 26Daytona Lot 4 blk Dunlawton.: : ::: : : : : :: :: : Cbs. D.uuiharty :::::: n i \

" ..gOanond. \ . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . W HEick. . .. 1 21 Lot 8 blk 23 Dunl.wton. . . .. .. V Chas Daugherty . .. 18 1 .: .
.. Clara P Mayo . . all I Lotlbiltlsubofwl-lolotO blk 26 Lot 1 24 llunlawton. Cha.
.... lot". 'lg,.talk A 2 C job sub of R( It lot 6, Ormond 5 B Stimpson . .. 183Hra Daytona . . .. . . . W H Eick. . . . 121 Lot S tIt 25 Duntawton.: : : ::: : :: : : : :: : v.1; I p w y.b ':. :: : : : : :: I V ) .J,. '
.LotlAfB o lot OVa. Ormvmfnd Lot 8 blk 1 sub of w 1.8 of lot 6 blk 26 Att Sugar ilouce R..rv.uO. Dunl.wlon ,., Class . .. 27 g .,
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< of M A Conatantine 22 69 Lot sub FOURTH
.... Daytona J H Brumsey . 129 a of lots I, 8 and 8 bile K ::
\fFi 'tub of RIot 7. OrmondnottSt . .Wm Bennett .. . . 1 M I Lots land 1 blk' 8 sub ;i'I'oi. 6 and 7 BANK
' ,, ; Port Orange .
.. Wt F;B J sub sub of of RIot RIot 14, Ormond . John Hunt . . . 8 71 I blk 21 Daytona.Lot . .. .. . . S S Magi. . .. > 08Geo Lo A I and j.sub lola,; 1 1 W Johnson . . .. 4 a V Organized Under' the f.
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lIra of G B Constantino. 2 (01 I blk 8 aub of lota6andlbllcl7 .... L ;fi .T
. r--A.and .. 10 Port Orange . ...c ,
B sub of Grt lot 8tt.. bi I Martin . .. . .. 3 H "
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'...fMPad ._,_ Hn or (;,.ii. ..on.t.ntln. 231 I Lot 4 aub fl lot 31 blk I 28 1I2It't' Dan Shannon' B2JJames Orange . . .. .l'l.mmill.. .. P W'' 10bn.on. . .11 ..FLORIDA... UY''
-Eofe'S arid 11 Highland Ormond. : 't '1' : : : : :: : : : : .
Blk A 1 Conitantlni. . 1881 I Lot 9 aub of lots and 7 Blake 7 70 Lol 7. 9. 10 and blk 1 Flcmnlg. :
''" Uit' J jmira blk l Ciranada Ormond. G S Gova . . : 1 2i I Lot 21 tub of lot. 2 and 7 blk 28 Day iort t&onge 1 . . .. .. P W 10bnIOD. . a III V '.f I,.
." .1.qxu'J and 29 Forest (.rove. Ormond ''J o..pb Kind.rl.n .. .J 1 21 I .. .. . .... L W JATIIla. . . 1 08 to II ala bUt I FIemming, Port .
. '.. ;Uot 8 blar J.layhomey, Ormond . Jno Aad.raon . ..'. 9i I Lon:6 and .i1' sub oflotal.nd7blk; Orange . . . . . .. .. S F Cbl.bohn. . 1 VV4VtI
oat S blk 8 1 lJ.ybo.y.! Ormond . A.b..y O'N.II . . IIW I 28 Daytona .. . . . .. Maria Carter . . 8 00 Lots 16 and 23 Port Orange a '.\.
jot U.blit 3 Liberia Ormond. . .. Ale..on. S Cbl.hblm. . . I
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... .. iota It and 34 blk 1 Lavega, Ormond. F R Moor.. . . I Oi t Lot.Osnd4blklauboflotal,4and 28 Daytona . .. ... '. .1 J Tl.omasW . . . 1 97 ft ft of of a at4 1100 fi.lof 1.a of. . .1. 1 t: 8 r.jln. l'roduo. Co.: : 1 I : (. 4. V
riot-M: bile 4 Lavega, Ormond. .t.: II . . 101 Lob1 j 'o'f' i .. t .J 2't. r McDonald. 99 -. li
W..hlngton* 20 and 21 blOc 1 sub lots 3, .1 1 > :
9\\' .1 l 7 of lot 3. . .. 6 16 70 Alex :
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t ",01 b'le' 4 Layega, Ormond .. Ormond B lie L Aa.n 1 6j I and bile 28 . .. .. . &at M.nlllll S 8
..Jota I, 4, 6. 6, 7 and 8 blk 1 Soudan 4 6 Daytona M Nlckeraon. of ;lot 8. . . . . 518 10 l' '..r.n. . . . V "
Lot blk 2 sub of 3 4 and 6 blk ll
-.,..,...M'.OrmondU1 'btU 8 .to. .11. Ino. .Soudan. . .. Ormond. . Hr. of 0 B Conatantlne a 80 28 15 Daytona . .lot.. .,. . . V M C Cary . . . 1 48 N 4 chu a clis of lot 1 and.050. .ftsqrtlloftaofnecoroflot2 8 18 3 11 P W 10hn.on. . . 1'8N" Capital Stock I. $50,000 I

-..."'t. .1, LB.: 6, 7 and 8 blk U: Soudan Hra of 0 B Conatantine 8 78 Lot8bflc8suboflota84and5blk V %, of lot 7 and lot 8. . . .. 8 16 120 P W . 9 18 Undivided 55.000'Stockholders'
28' Daytona L Tliomai . . . 148 Surplus and Profits
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--< Orwonc! . .. . ; ; ; i i'8 'blk' Lot 1 AI.ndal. P W jOhl.on. . .. a
.. . . H.. of cJ B Con.t.ntln. Ill Lota 6 and 6 'bUt 1 aub of 28 . .. ..... .. 0
" iota 1, a, S, 6, 7 and 8 blk 13: Soudan Daytona' . . . .. .. . David Ranla .. . .. 8 80 S.. .. 16 18 33 4tO C A oodl" . .. 14 Liability V V 50OO) >

" J Ormond . . . . . . A 1 Conitantlne. . ISO, Lot 8 sub of lot 8 bile 28 Daytona. V Lluie Bonum. . . 142 N.%of of el of .seIt4. .and. ..w. .%of. ..ei4. ... 19 lU 16 16 83 33 10 10 Hn hauls uf 1owcll' .'.. .. .. 15 .

. "Ul bib 14 to 19 Inc Soudan Ormond II: 1 Constantine. . . a 09, Lot 16 sob of lot 8 blk 28 Daytona. Henrietta Patton . 408Hra \ W. of ..I. swi . ... .. 19 16 33 20 A U.I.i . . .. It V .Vt V
...:.I11 bIke 20 to 24 Inc Soudan Ormond Hra ot G B Constantine a 09 Lots 19 20 and 21 sub of lot 8 blk 28 acres cur of aw3of sw% 24) 33 L . l1i ./
.. ...... I and 7 blk 26 Soudan Ormond lira of 0 B Conatantin 1 211 Daytona .. .. . . .. . V Cath Wilaon . 10 4i Se . . . . .: : :: 21 34 ...g Nra\ 3 H 'Fowler.I : : : : : 142 V. ."
.. t8 blk : 7 Melrose, Ormond. . S H Wardwell . 1 28 Lot 2 blk 31 Daytona . . . V J 1' Trout .. . 770 Setf of fl'i.. . . . .. ... 21 1 33 'I Nanny tlcComb. . .. 1 43S1.4 V V V V J
.. '.ot 1 bile 8 Melrose Ormond .. S P 1cacher.. .. .. 109 S 200 ft of 161 ft of lot 1 blk 1 sub of sw4. . . . ........ 21 18 33 IiO S Chl.hohn. . a 28 11.
at' S blki t Belden'e Melrose of of lot 4 bile 31 . C: Comba 438 { .
...". Ormond 10m. Conry .. ... 109 sVi Daytona J guardian. of nw'cx It acres per dead book
'. at 8 AsaaMor'e, Lower, Ormond Beach A 1 Con.t.ntln. .. 6 91 W600tof n'.doflotlblk 1aubofs3 V Sw1" page 383. . . . . .. .. 28 16 83 36 lIre of J l'owl. .. 112 V .1
....:at l3...br'. Lower, Ormond Beach A C Chapman . .. 99 of lot 4 blk 31 Daytona : Nor. J Nelion . 2 W a and I D" W DO llnka Dr a 1

......"Jl bib L 8, 4 and 8 Halifax Beach Unknown . . .. 1 6' Lota 4 and 6 bOa 2 Ludwig't sub blk 32 : ci,. . . .. . .1-1.... 2 18 83 7 C McComb. . . a
.....Q99O' 1,4, 5. I 0., i bUt 7 Halifax Daytona . . . . . .. V V Shoemaker . 8 20 E 7 7 acb.. of a 7 3-chi ol n'%" of swVo 8 6
- Ba..oh . Unknown I 10 Lot 9 blk 3 Ludwig'a sub blk 32 Daytona of nw" . . . . . .. .. 28 18 83 e L Corn. .. 123
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:.'otii blk,, i Halifax'Beach'. . .;. :: Unknown '::::::::::::. 74 . . . . . . . Celeste Earl. . . 1 23 Nj of .w.. . . . .. . .. .. 3U 16 33 IiO C ,1 Moody .. . a3 Stability of this Bank lies
.....ot l.blk. 9, Halifax Beach . . Unknown . . .. 74 Lot 4 blk S Ludwig'a tub blk 32 Daytona 8 and 9 blk 8 .tb of swI4 of an 2 Mansfield
.....Oil. bile 11, Halifax Beach .. .. loa Price. . . . 74 . . . *. . . . W 11 Royal . . 123 Lot 6 blk 3 ayol'. lIon.eotead. .. ... 2 17 33 D L Cue. .&. .lallough.. . ... 71 93 THE alone in its Resources
.,.,,..'60 ft of e 150 ft of lot 8. . 25 1. 88 C Stamford 128 Lot 6 blk 8 Ludwig'a sub blk 32 Daytona Lola 1, 4.8 and 11 sub ot aw'/a. .. 17 33 117 D L Cue. . . .6S ,.
..., eta,4 ,and,,.. 5 Asaessor'a Halifax Beach J W Ellowortli: : : : : : : : : 3 19 . . . .. . .. . V Emma Rhodes . . 1 23 All bUt II> Troll. (311. . .. ..... U 17 33 36 L . . .. 100
''', at '"..r.'. ... .. .. . . .. 83 14 sa 79 Wbitt.n Be Dcvi. . I 8' 'u>ta >t> and < blk 4 Ludwlg'a aub blkLotU7 Lota 1 and 4 to i inc blk a 1> 1 1.ynll. Capital and Surplus but In
. .ot I of .lot 1. . . . .. 38 1. sa 16 W M Graham . . a 18 Daytona ; T W Duncan . . 197 (itt . . . . . . .Trop 41 17 31 26 I L 1-iigltlle. . . 197
.* .o9auboflot1. . . . ... 86 blk 4 Ludwig'a sub jik' 82 j Daytona All bIb a 4 P lVrole t..rt. . ... 17 72 L ltgltbIa . 4 .
14 88 16 DLGrahan .. . 818 .ld 4 the Character
.i ot 4i tub of lot 1* . . . .. t 116 14 38 16 Nora S Itawlin. . 818 . . . . . . . Jos Johnson . . 1 23 8 S.'llil (Grt. . . . . .. 20 3 195 W B T.ylor. .' .". \U Experience
.. 01 t aub of lot 1. . . . . 38 1. 88 16 Mary G Whit. . 818 Lot. S and t blk 6 Ludwlg's aub blk All fractional .. . . . .. 1 21 33 I'ritchard Bros. . 3Nj ,
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...Ot > M Hernandes Grt . .. DnytonaLot Cole and Financial Responsibility
.3 14 88 C H C.rtIa. . . 3 JH All . .. . . . . . ... 2 21 Prltchord Llros. . n 86
.gt'l' M Hernandez Grt. . .. . t3 14 sa I'll SI.lIght.r. . . 818 8 blk. .6 Ludwig'a sub blk. 82 DayLolTblk Rhodes . . 1 23 All .. . .. .. .. . . . ... 1 3 06 Prlch.rd llroa. . 14 64
Em. 2 81
....'. M M IiM, Ilernandea Grt. . . .3 1. 81 Alica lvI Walker. . 428: 6 'Lud'wYg''a'blk 'H 'Daytoua All . . . .. . .. . .. 33 Pritchard llroa. . 14 5 of the Men Back of it and Actively
. "Ota ,JT and 28 w of road Hernandex . . . . L c: Col.m.n. . . 123 Lot 2 A Po '. Grt. . .. . .. 37 18 3 1 B J J'.c.li. . .. .
.... GiJ.r) ... .. .. ...... ....... 43 It 88 AlIce HI Wolkur . 8 IS Lous6and8blkjsuboflut4blk32Daytoca;' i i Lots. 6 and 7 blk 15 New Smyrna locb I G B.llinllh.I. . 10 1 Interested In the Conduct Af

:::.*:$60 aerea of lot B Hopkina, Fitch Grtot 60 Carrie a Wild. . 14 10 . . .. .. . .. . CC: Goodwin. . . 438 %. I lnt 16 and t4a3d2 a 20 .f orts .
10 ex a 1-8 of a 14 Uopklna Fltoli oJ mb of lot. . . 9 17 34 J III lfawkc. . . 1 '
" Grt i..t. . Lot 12 bile 1 sub of lot 4 blk 32 Daytona C C Goodwin . . 93 6 Corottado Beach C W them ot
*.: :It 44. Hopkina; .Fli h Grt; : : : : : : : : : : : : 48 C C A A :: loWb E. .Ballough. . H Lot 4 bUt 3 sub of lot 4 blk 3i Daytonaof A M Andrews . . 93 Lot I 6 Coronado itcacit: : : : : :: ::: Barn. Sperry& Eddison; : : : : : : : fair among some the

.....it :ID 4>llt, 3 Hand Tract of Fitch Grt 0 C Bnrr. . . . 11 94 lot 30 blk 49 Daytona. . . I Lot 10 blk 10 Coronado ItoacI,. .. Blake i Wrigitt . . 1 :
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)U II, 10 and 11 blk 4 Hand Tract of S1-3ofnll9ftofe60ftuflotl; I NI4 at lot 3 hlk 1H Corol.do 80acll. H . . .
. Fitch Grant . . . . . blk 33 Daytona . .. .. . . E C Start well. . . 3,7 l.ot bItt (Vt 3(F Wllln. \
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** 86 !Ilk, 4 Hand Tract of Fitch Grt 6 W John B Toylo. .. . 1 3411 5. N 100 ft of e 60 ft of lot 1 blk 33 Day- Lot 1 bIb: (.7 Coronado:; lfnaclt:: : : : : : ;: : : : 10 E 1r b : : : : : : : : : : : : 1: Business Men in the County. .

*": !2 blk 7 tleming fUz\ t Chas Van Dorn 1.68 Lot\ik'i9"D. i'; .;: : :: : : :: : :: : : ::: M M Riser Helton.: : : : : : : : : : : M 438H 77 Lots 4 and 6 blk L Coralo do U.aeb. G W Tubba. .. . . U
*< hlk J2 Fleming :: : : : : Mary: A Decker.:: : : : : :: :99 N 171 of J Lot 23 sub of lot 4. . ... ... 16 17 34 8 G P Balloullh. . .. 83
itlBblk W Fleming Fitch Grt .. 1 Mary A Deck.r.. . 911 ft lot UK and n n 171 ft ot Lot. bItt 2 Powlottan llonclt I 0 11,11. 70
.'...It I bill: 83 Fleming Fitch Grt. . 1 Mn G W C.rt.r..ll 54 LotIJ.rk 60 lot 30 :bUt. 49.Daytona.. ::... Fred Recce Lundy:: : : : : : : : : : : 3098J 1898 Lot 14 8.d31 Powhattun Death: S i Wood.: : : : : : : : :: : : : 70Lot.
"Vit 19 bIle 1 Fleming holly Hill. . W T .Adlcina. . . .184 Lot 10 Daytona W 7 and 8 bile 5 Powhat.n lteach. G W Klox. . . 70
""* 'it 14 tub of 611 blk 8 M and C Holly ex w 42V4 ft of aVi. blk fil Day- Lot H bOa 10 .. 1' R W.bb. . . . 7b
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Hlll'k.' |"' . .. . .. . . Emily III Smllll. . 124 Lo"t6.:: 'blk'si : : : : : : D W Hanker: : : : : : : : : : ::12 20Lots S 703 1.3 ft of lot 4 bOa 4 Dauglcrty'a. S 4 4 .
....., 17 and 18 Daytona C M Christy I . . .. .. .. .
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t. 13 M Holly Hilt W 1.1 Long. . . 466 . . Smyrna D Iann.. . . 89
ddlf 8 and 4 blk 62 . . W R Dennison 24 60 lull.
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8-4 of lota 9 blOc 13 M and C III 11nc9atu's. New Snyrna . . . ..
..... Holly Hill EmIly 81 SmIth. . Lot and 1 ex a 35 ft blk 1 sub of lots 10 . . 438. Lot 7 hlk 1 htuitlt'.. New Smyrn. .. S C King . . . 318N ..
15 blk 62 Willis Williams
it I blk 14 M 1. ;and C.H.r'l.; Hill.: 0 P C.orwln. :. . 1 t Daytona % of Iota 4 rind ii hIlt 1 t'itzer i Nd- V
...., Lots 16 and 17 blk 2 aub of lots 10 andIS New . . Loula . . 831
It'. bile 14 M and C Holly Hill .. Celia Reeve.. . . 183 blk 1 97 .01. Sonyrna P.lc.r .
62 G Weaver
.....,'*: Wk 10 M and C Holly Hill. .. J P Lap.l.y. . . 384 6 and 7 Daytona.ota Smith sub blk 62 'Daytona; V R Corbet: : : : : : : : : : : : : : T 70 Lot H bIb a Shclon'. New Smyrlo. Wi CO" . . 1 28Lot. IV Interest tl the rate of '
t5bl20MandC Holly Hill. . . . 11 and blk pay
Elltrong 284 8. 3 2 Sniia. New 0/
Lot 13 Smith sub blk 64 .. Abe . . 190Polly 'I
.....i of lot 6 bUt :27 M and C Holly Hill Mary A Veck.r. . 911 blk 63 Daytona. . .. .D.ytona... . ... Jackson Sittyrna ... .. . . . .. .. lelia Saims . . . 78
.'.. 4 01 lot S blk 27 M and C Holly Hill Jocephine Smith . 8 18 Lot 1ft and HO ft of lot 1 Smlth'a 2,8 blk 80 New Sntyritn. L B Bouciteila. Per Annum/ our Savings/ / 0
2 of l lot a bile 30 M and C: n : :: : : : : : : : : : : Hfok .
Holly Hill 1 B Hln.ky. ... . .. 3 18 blk Gil Taylor 680 x bIb 14 k :t.l. Stnyrna. Unknown .
.... r"'-, of ,lot,, 2 blk 30 M and C Holly Lo'A\ 1 Wall'a\' 0bajik.62: 'Daytona' ; L E Wall I : : : : : : : : : : : : 1 42 I ; lorl k S'nyrna.' Unknown . . . 818 Department, Compounded ,
..... 11111 ... ,' . . . .. .. W A Lanswortby. . 348.4lbll880MandC1tollyHill Lot 8 bib 1 Wall's sub blk 52 Daytona W H Plckett . . HIP ft 5 ; 4 bIb I Ij j
-... \ CFSlough. 466 Lots 81 and 35 blk 1 Wall'a aub blk 62 .. . . . . . .. 1.1 and E W Gilbe't. S 21 Quarterly.' .
...ofIot1blk 84 M and C Holly\ 'Hili B Macon. ::::::::::::. 873 i Daytona . . . . . .. Spencer . . ... f 68 Vtb e 515 ft of 5 417 ft .wlt. ofawIt4 1S
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Iota' 1 and 3 blk 84 M and C Lot 7 blk 2 Walls sub blk 62 McNeil . . 1 42 . 9'1 8 2 Rosa V Hougli
.... Hollr:""l Hill . . . . . 1 R WillIam. ... . 7 69 Lot 10 blk 2 Wall'a aub blk 62 Daytona Daytona k\ Green . . 1 1.8Lot2landnlftofw8ftoflotl8 570 It of n .b3 ft of .w% of nw" 3t 8 A Poland . . . lit
.... H o( lot blk 34 M and C: Holly Hill l.n. B Corwin. . 818 : V Ne'1 ac'ja. lIt Helen ttlorricon . 87
.... W..,.... . .JiHtf . .. . . I 15 88 76 W H Long.. .. . 184 bile 2 Wall'a sub blk 52 Daytona. L E Wall . . .. 1 <8 Lot tof. . : : : : : : :: : : : : :: : : : : : : :: ::: g 1$ : ; un of We., McCabe.: : : t 42W',4

; owl,4. . . . .. . . 1 15 81 IiO Ed ROII.ra. .. . .. 187 Lots 40 and 41 bUt 2 Wall'a sub bIb I B2 of .. . . . ., . ... 31 18 34 111 Hndge Ollara: & Rua. S S
: ;' *wi4i and ne4 of nw% G H M Morria. Daytona .. . . .. : . . .. F R Anthony. . . 4 38 sell Lo. . . . 38
troe 1. . ... .. . ro 18 :: 4 01 W Chxndter.:. ::::::: IJ: Lot 4J blk 2 Wall'a sub blk 62 Daytona J A McNeil . . 1 42 Wy of n.1 ... .. ..... .. .. 32 18 3t 80 S 1 W.i... . . . 8
.....,"'- l t ae14 and nVa of aw% ex n Lot 44 blk 2 Wall'a sub blk 62 Daytona J C Grinsby . . 1 42 ft 1.638 ft of n4 of S Sell's
JoJiIiU\oIi ft.oTw 552M ft. ... . .. e 19 sa 169 Hn. T Solomon. . .. 612 E: 326 ft of lot 1 blk 63 Daytona. . BUT Shaffer . 72 00 tin.: . .. .. . . . .. 3 1 U 80" M L Fauver VV .. . 8 00
..."9 080 ft1' of lot 1 aub of nw4.. . 11988 15 Phllli.A EIII.. . .. 318 E 31 ft of lot 4 blk 1 Oreen'a sub blk 63 Lot 3 hIlt 1 sub of lots a. 3 and 4... 3' 6 J 1 Samu.I. .. . 1.54

.....US blOc a B and S Seabreezela .. .. C L Ilarv.y. .. . .. If 10 Daytona . . . .. .. . . W W ]on... . . 438 Alt fractlonnl . . . . .. 19 3t 7 W 1 GI..oon. . . 99 Any Business entrusted to us
..... rand 8 bile 4 B and S Seabreeze Ecisie M Long. . .. 6 91 E 2.3 of lot 23 bile 1 Green'a sub blk 63 l.u 26 and 20 Dclecplte G.t. . .. 1 19 1 C Youg . . 1. 9
.... I 8 bile 6'>i B and S Seabreeze. M llcPheraon .. If 10 Daytona . . . .. .. . . E F Dates . . . a 17 Lot 211 lielecpino Crt . .. ... 26 Margaret A Ryan . 787 will have Prompt and Careful
-'''bllol0 B and S Seabreeze. . C l Gould. .. . ... 468 Lot 8 blk 2 Green's .ub blk 53 Daytona Oscaa Sefno . . 2 38. Lot 29 lele.pne, Cr0 . . ... 3 Doctor M hlcLaugltlaa.. .
....17 hIlt 4 Rogera Seabreeze. . .. Sh.rman. . .. 1137 Lots 11 and 12: bUt 8 Green'a ...b blk 63 Lot Delespane. . . .. P \Veatft.ll.. . . 1253 Attention
.,.. t 'of' lot 11 blOc 4. Rogera Seabreezeta {yP P Lanswortby. .. 864 Daytona . . . .. .. ... . V R W Calvin . . > 17 Lot 8 Ielenlne. lrt.. . .. .. 38 Ltanie l'etcrson . . .0 .
..... 8, lO.jand 11 blk 7 Rogera Sea- E 89 ft of Iota B and 6 blk 4 Green's 1.3 of J Il Mcintosh Grt. . ... 1 19 34 136 Unknown . . . V
.... breeia . . . ... . . .. W B R.. .....78 (>>.( 'Iota 1. 2 and 8 blk 8 Rogera W 5t) ft of lots 6 and S bile 4 Green's Lot 6 Eldor. .. . . . .. .. 27.28 39 35 14 C B.n.rt. . . ... 187
..... / .. . .. . . . McCulloulih . . 17 13 sub blk 63 Daytona. .. . . . F Itt Smith.. . . .. 13 83 N\ of wl of lot 4. . . . .. .. 6 19 35 10 H N . .. 1 t !
... t 6 \nue.I Rogers Seabreeze It r. of W l' Stewart 318 Lot 10 blk 4 Greens sub blk 53 Daytona F M Smith . . . 2 M Sy of of neY . .. . ... 0 19 35 20 Mcl.in lie Norman . 11
....:.tTttf Iota'13 and 14 blk 11 Rogers I Lot 21 blk 4 Green'a sub blk 63 Daytona A C Fuquay . . 6 50N of n.'. of nwVa. . . .. 6 19 35 ro Unknown . . 164
..... t;..;:_-. HI M BrownIng . .. I 11 2.3 of wV4 of lot 28 and n 2.3 of lot 5 acres our In nw cur of ne' of n. 7 19 6 Unknown . . 99
..... 10 (t of w 92 'ft ot'l'oV b'and"lot II 29 blk 4 Green'a sub blk 63 Daytona R W Calvin. . . 3 17 Lot 11 Raymond ft Eaton. Hill. .'. a F F COI..n.. . . '14 :
ex v 92 ft and lots 22 and 23 bile 11 S% of loll 8 and 9 bile 6 Creen'a aub S 297 ft of w 2113 Ie of sw Oal 8 19 a S Montgomery. . 99
RograSeabreeze . ... .. .. M C 1. Todd. . .. .. 1470 oik 63 Daytona. . . .. . ... F R Taylor . . 10 41 Lot 13 w Pablo Rosette lrt.. .nw'. .. 3i 6 A l III0ntllomery. . 99
..... t M blk 11 Rogera Seabreeze .. 0 C Ga' .. .. . 183 Lots 17 and 18 blk 6 Green'a sub blk 63 Lot 14 w Pablo Rosette Cr0. . .. 8 A 7 10nlsom.ry. . l
,.,.1 I Seabreeze Mary Smith. Daytona . . . .. . . Adeline Moore . . I 00 W 700 ft of lot 16 w Pablo Roactte Grt; 7 J 1 . 1
.,... I B t:1\'ft Seabreeza : : : : :: : Mary i Fuquay.::; : : : : :: : u: Lots 10 to 13 Inc sub of lot 1 blk B4 VFouchard
. Daytona . . .. . . .. H E Pratt . . . 4 38HEPratt N 300 acres ex the s 1.10 D.I..plne "
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.. 45 of Iota 1 I blk IS Rogers McCabe. 12
Grt . .. . .. 19 35 Dr Wm .
.... Seabreeze . .. . ... .. . W B Week. .. . .. 118 Lots 20 and 21 sub of lot 1 blk I 64 Daytona 38 Lot I . . . . . . .. 4.1 38 30 In Souville . . .. I :J
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....160 ft of blk 18 Rogers Seabreeze. R B and 818 J 1
J T.mpleton. i jik'64 i : : : : : : : : :: : : : 28 S 220 ft tf lots and 10 Aaoemor'sTriton :
of lot 10 blk 17 . Lot 25 sub of lot 1 Daytona. .. HC McLain-------------I I .
....It Rogers Seabreeze M.b.1 Lelim.n. 1 83 38 Beach . . . .. 1 83 McGmth. . 426Sloftoflotn6cndloandlot.6,7
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.... rt deed book 42 48 blk 18 LOll 2 and 3 hIS 64 Daytona .. AT I -
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Os.. Ro.... Seabreeze . .. . . Mary E. Smitb. . .. 113 Lot 2 tub of 10.. 1 ft 2 blk 65 Daytona G A Greea . . . 1 67' 9. 9 and 218, 27. antI 29 blk 1
.. Lot 16 aub of iota 1 & 2 blk 66 Daytona Rufus Mann . . 1 87 8. :I. . . I
11. a 200 ft bOa 4 East Daytona. C A Balloullb.. . ... .130 Triton Beach . .J M MoOrath 13
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....b B Ilk I East Daytona .. .. . j W Willi.m. . .. 11 87 Lot 27 sub of Iota 1 lie 2 blk 66 Daytona M Cole .. . . 408 5 20 ft of lot 5 and lot 6. 8 and 9bItt ( t
t 6 blk t East Daytona. .. . . R P Franca. .. . .. 19 68 EU of Iota 43 and 44 lub of lota 1 and 2 TrIton Bench. .7:. 1111 Mclntoah. . . 18
. "I IB bOlt 7 East Daytona. .. .. . F C C.ruth.r. . .. 6 91b8L4.5,7.8,9andn8ftof 2 blk 63 Daytona. . .. . .. Chas Adams . . 1 Ii E 100 ft of W 200 of lot 11 Asoeuior.Ormond .. Q
"" E; 110 ft of lot 16 ft lot 19 blk 66 Daytona Beach. t. t. Wm . .. . 8 Q
lot I and n'" of lot 6 blk 16 East .._ .. .. . . .... . .. John Thai . . .. 11 63 l.rrltt B ,
. . S i 100 ft of n 330 ft of lot 18 blk 66
.....: III Daytona I to Inc\ 'and'a* of' toto'blk 17 E I'Ko.h..b.r.er..1l0 3D. Daytona .. . .. ... .. S James . .. .. .. 1 9] D. P. SMITH, I

Cast Daytona . .. . . . N I' Koeh..b.r. . It fa NlOOftofs2OOftofjotlSblkSS I : t
.ta tlo *: and t 49H ft of Iota 6 and Daytona .. . . .. ... . . S Crownurtle . .. ? 1' I Tax Collector County.
.... Lot 9 blk 68 Daytona. .. . . ... L E Wall..4.J08E Vol..i ,
I old'DUlf blOc 18 East Daytona. HI Ko.h..b.r..r. . 1111 Lots 10, 11 and 12 blk 66 Daytona... T }. 11 -
.....x. blk 2m East Daytona. AS Sim. .. .. .. . 591 Lots 8, 4 and 6 blk 67 Daytona. . .. L E Wall . . . 10 11 I
.....I 8 bile 24 East Daytona. .. .. . C T Cro.bjO. . . .. 8 64 Lot. 7, 8 9 and 10 blk 67 Daytona. .. L E Wall . . . 94 AJE
.....a. 10 ."ell1 blk 24 East Daytona. Seabreeeo F and D Co.. 41 30 Lot 12: blk 67 Daytona. . .. . .. L E Wall. . .. . 4 08 =
.-,...blll 11I. >9t>1.! .. . . .. . . C C Po.t. . . . 17 fa Lots 13 and 14 blk 67 Daytona. . Lapsley Wallory. . 170
'il.4,1dl6ancillblkOIEDaytons CC Po.t. . . ... 1187 Marsh of lota 2 8 4 and 6 bIb 60 !
.;?,H 10 blk 40 East Daytona... ... 1 W Errlp. .. . ... 729 Daytona e . . H L Highbie .. . 6 M i "
....ta T, 8. I 'and 10 blk 41 East Daytona C C Po.t. . . ... 438 Lots and 9 sub of lota 2 and 3 .. .. . .. ..:.
.....taIaed6blk43t4Ea.tDaytona! FEM.rrlaJr.. . ... 100 lk8 61 Daytona:: .. ... .1:.. . .. A Glenn.. .. ... . 668 !] > '.. .. .
... 8 4 and 7 blk East Morris. 5 91 Lo 10 and lota 2 _ _ :
' 1 43V4 Daytona Lucy its 10)4) 10H tub
....:r.tt 60-Eaat Daytona .; : H f., .. :: :: : : ::: 466 and 3 bOa 61 Daytona. ..f. .1:. Maud M M.roh. .. ulAll \\9\ R. C. ELL OfSfl [
.....| 1A Uk 62 East Daytona. ... .. .. IIr. of LouIsa Soutbwortb 8 18 a of Marsh blk 63 Daytona.. ... H L Highbte..6 60 J. A. EKICKSOS UUMI s.
F .blMBSH East Daytona' C C Post. . All blk 62: Daytona. .. . . .. H L 38 I > -
....14 ft 00. K of lot 1 blk 1 :Memento.: E 24 Burkhard.: : :: : : :: IB Lot bOa 60 Daytona, O A Leach 19 77 i _. t
.....k, 1.,110. Memento .. .. ... . W F knlllbt.r: ; 76 Lot t bIb 67 Daytona. :.:: .: ::: .: O R Carlnnd: : : :: : : : : : : 1J 11 J. ERICKSON & CO.
I I .bile f Memento . . . H G WI.on., .. .. .. If 10 Lot 3 blk 67 Daytona. .. . .. ... .' H L Highbie . . 720 ?(;g A. $. Q '
.(..100 ft-of lot 1 bile 9 Memento ... .. L Buckh.rdt. . .. 5 91. Lot 6 blk 67 Daytona. .. ... . H L Highbie . .. 6 28 I ;

. ..t. bunt Memento . .. .. A C K..hnll. . ... 864 Lot 3 blk 68 Daytona ..... . . Sarah A Sawyer . :T. 1. ..0W65ftofe2l5ftoflotlblk69 I = t
- I 14 aI .tot 4 blk 10 Memento .. .. L Z Bllrdlcle. .. .. ... .68 I | -5[: NEW FIRM-NEW STORES jjj

..I..t I, bDt' 11 Memento ... .. ... Bishop ft Rlcb. .. . 8311 Daytona . . . .. .. . . Jos William ... . j 88 Q Q '
...:.Il> ft of tot 8 blk 13 Memento. . E W Smith. .. . .. 11M tots 8. 8 ft wH, of lot 4 blk 69 Daytona H 1.. Highbie . . I 87 't.
.....fr 4 blk IS Memento . ... .. Emily M Smith. . 14 10 E1.Ooflot5exw80ftofe08ft: l : i \h r
......_ w "ft" of blk 20 Memento Butler William.. . .68 of n 200 ft bib 69 Daytona. .. H L Highbie . . 18
,i ol Hs0f lotalandIbllclaMe- Loll 7 and 8 blk 69 Daytona . . H L Highbie .. . 4 08 \l> :
.,f..aoen_", r P Haln.y..... .. . 8 III E: 106 ft of lot 2 blk 70 Daytona. . H L Highbie .. . 1Hra 01 8 Q f _
...,. .* S aad tt'reiub'of"blk23Me'menton 0 tp.on. 164 N 110 ft of a 326 of lot 2 blk 70Daytona I :
.. L CX 16* f t blk 24 Memento : Mary E Smith.i :::: : : :: 1 83 .f.t. ...I Juliut Clement. . 168 ,lii ,
' ..b1k. ft Memento. . .. .. ... C C Po.t. . ... .. 1 ZIIoJ" Lola 4 and 6 bIle B suboflot4and NT5fjSL| 5 ifrfl .
1 16 bllc 1 Daytona Bench .. .. . W D McClillo..llh.. . I 84I .... of lot 8 blk 70 Daytona. . .. Chas Lockhart. . . 817 1
18 bdcel Daytona Beach . . A T Sim.. ... . I 84 Lot 6 blk B cub of lot 4 and eK of lot V J/lBv '
:::: ta I aad' blk I Daytona Beach. G H BIMn. ... . 884 8 blk 70 Daytona . .. .. . .. Ellas V Williams. . . 197 m V t
..., 7 at 8 bIle > Daytona E 120 ft of lot 6 bile 70 Daytona .. P and L M Counts. ,. S 50 i
... .t:. . . .. . . N V How..<1. ... . .. 139x S 80 ft of lot 6 bile 70 Daytona.. .... M and J Whitnker . I 42Lot6exe5oftsndexwfOftandetc m
.. Daytona Beach . . J G Brown. ... . 183 i! F3I
'. : .4.1" bit 3 Daytona Beach. IIn of L G Houston .. 183 a 61 2-1 ft of w 185 ft :hIlt 70 Daytona H L Highbie . . 172 :fl' E Y
.;:it n. St bile 1 Houston Sub. Lot 7 exel22 ft bile 70 .. H L Highbie . . 1 43 I' "az
. ... . .. .. .. . Eva M Rollin IOn. ... .. 1713 Lot I tub ofsl4ot D.rou. Daytona It ", 1
.... tic City . . .. . 5 S..nll.ta.II. .... . .. 818 .. .. . . .I.o.t. .. ..: . : Minnie t Robinson. 238 : L --
.?.. u B and I hlk 1 Dobbina aub lot 2. 18 15 83 E F V.nef..marle. . .. 1410 rVtt. of lot 8 blk 71. .. .. .. . Hr. of Cath Wilson. I 70 I ,
.* A a4fl2 blk 3 Lantana. .. S.vill. Lath.m.e. . .. 219 .. 4 end I blk 1 aub of lot 4 blk I : c g
.... 59 .7..18 and 19 bile 1 Lantana S.vIlia Lalh.m. . .. 188ta 71 Dartona. . . .. . . Llazla Henry . . I 11 m E n .
d25 blk 2 Lanlana . s.vm. Latham. . . 148 Lot 7 blk 1 aub of lot 4 blk 71 Daytona ff' W h V g
.. . . .. . .. . . Moses Dargen . . 6 80 .
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; I I lot 1.. . ... .. . 84 18 83 18 R L Lofbury. .. 188 . . . 2 87Lotclsnd3subofwofiotSbllc7I
... of lot 1. .7. . . 84 18 83 8 IIr. of H Tolllv.. ... 183 Lot 6 blk 2 aub of lot 4 blk 71 Daytona E Bryant ii". |Bj a- -ej y S W/. I
. of lot 1. . . .. 84 15 83 8 M R William. .. .. . 183"t" V a
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:11.0 Daytona .. . .. ... .. .. .. Hra of Roaa filler :
Rogera Platt of Oril... J A Van Va1.ah5 truatce 74 W400tofe :Hlftoflot6nofcan.I 'V f f,1

to 8 Inc bile 8 South Orita Mary Sp.nc. ... .. 99 blk 71 Daytona . .. . . . H L Highbie .. . .. 1 48 |.1"I! 4aaa>*aa i B Ba1> aa,1.aj..aaaaajajaa..i..a B. BatJ WiaiBia a i..aia \Wfjj Q

:::: f to to 4 6 I Inc Inc blk bUs. 10 4 South South OrIta Orlta\ I Mary Mary Spencer.Sp.ncer.:: :::':;:: : ::- :;: E6oftofnlOoftofw',4oflot3: blk 71 Daytona . .. .". . . Gertrude Thompson. . 1 J7 f I.1

.... ))6 blk IS South Orlta. Mary Spen..r. ... . 1 28 Lot S-bile 72 Daytona' ,. H I. Highbie . . 1 67 NEW ORGANS : :
.... t 0 > ft of lot 1 a of Boulevardis'a'iid'ie'b'lk'o E 143 ft of w 243 ft 0., 'I lot 4 bIb, It .
.,... ton. .. Stay Snith..3 43 Daytona . . .. . . . J L Blake. .. .. . 197 "Q\; ESTEY BR1DOEPORT CARPENTER 'r| F.
.. ft of Iota .
EH of w 100 ft of 186 ft lot 4 blk
.., tt. .. . . . . . W A B..d..... .. .. ...':t.40 72 Daytona .a .o.f. J I. BI.ke. . . . 1 87 ,
... ( ft of lot 8 blk 8 Kingston 8' H G Wilson..4.t.e. ..118'1 W 60 ft of lot 4 bile 73 Daytona. . J L Blake . .. 1 17 m, 'Q' V
lot 8 bile 8 Kinanlan H A W.bb. . ... .. .. .....,. U 37 W 148 ft lot 1 and lota 2, 3 and 4 NEW TALKING MACHINESi| !
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...s L.148 ft of lot 7 block'ii "' .blk 73 tDy: H L Highbie . . 438 Vs
... .. .... .. .. .. .4 .. I \ { .' Rene FOllu.y .. 884 -
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..I .1.\ Lot. 1. 1 3 and 4 blk Daytona .. H L Highbie... ... I 408 (,N EDISON COLUMBIA VICTOR ZONOPHONE .
:... .... oC lot 1 blk 1 Daytona M...'. M .Jon... ;" 1' II 18 All bile 76 Daytona ?. .. .. . L Highbie. .. . 1 87 \i
I. i IXlftoflotlandwlll ;. ... .. Alt bile 78 Daytona. .. . .. . . 1 L Hiihbia... . J 87 (m f _______ .I IW I
5... If I ft w 262 ft of aVa of lot 8 : : Lots 1. I and 4 bile 79 Daytona. . H L Hlgtble... .. . a 87 't, a
b tons . . I R and B R BurOa..i.iL. 80 Let a Dlk 79 Daytona . .. . 1 M Oibcrne. .. . } D f NEW SEWING MACHINESb\,! V.
._.t n4 of lot B'bile'a Daytona W II Forr. .f (,.'1.' 170S Lot. 1 and 4 blk 80 Daytona. . .. H L Highbie .... 1 J
S bill > Dayton.. .. ,-.. I.. I 1 Rebecca Garland ._. ..88\.,:. 40 .ots 1 and 4 bile 81 Dartona.. . . Unknown .. .. .. ... a 60 ji! NEW HOME NEW DOMESTIC NEW WHITE f" 'r VV
._ ft of lot 8 and 183 |
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. 118'1 That part of a 1-8 of S Williams' Get .
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... lot 4 hIlt S Daytona A B ,a of road and weat of Highbie plat 39 IS 30> H L Highbie.J ... .. .a 167 : a' .
IOn sub blk 4 D.yton..4 j i ..... ., Wm Stliing .. .4. .. 1011 E' NEW STANDARD AND OThERSV \ Q A .
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Lot S lota 1 2 bIb I 2 Coleman's \
sub of bile 8 Gearge Wray..2819. : Garland. .. . Ill : '
bTkTDs'y- Daytona .. . M ,
,.' bile 1 sub of -- Lot 11 tub of lota 1 and 2 bib I t Coleman'a .. 6 rfi vvfflj ,, :: .; ;
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V Daytona .. .. Eliia t
;! sub sub of of blk hula\ 6 6 Daytona Daytona.:.. *, *. Itf.rgar.t Margaret (Green.reeu.:! U :.I' Wdooftoflotland* a I ftofwtOOft a {' NEW HARNESS MADE TO ORDER' UJj > I ::=, / .. .. .
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1' k.sub of bile 6 Dayton.*, Allc. E: Barker..o..17 of of lot l lot 8 blOt 8 and 2 Coleman'a a 87 of Daytona a 1000 .ft. JW Garland... ... . 1313 f ANY STYLIV "I' V. ,1..

:; .ub of bib Q Daytona .. W A Roxby... .. .. .. 2480 N 40 of S 600 ft w of Vornoka | jjj '' "A'
.., 1 w n 2-3 ft of lot 6 blk >. lot f bIb 2 Coletnan's I Daytona' '. Wlllia Catberln. .., .. a oo : : V .
.' e .. Claude Ileaton. ... 2490 I.ot4.ubofslIOftsflotSblkI i V TT V IT.O""
t.; f canal blka. A ;; . 1.1. in '
Colemsn'e Daytona.. .. /. \ V ; VbI
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yton. . ; V Shoemaker.. ... III L.tlsubofsttOftoflotlblkl Ale : ,
"'lot" 'and' 2 a'ft. o'l V 80 ... ..Colentan'a Daytona.t .. .. J Nellie M Holman.. .. a 17 JJ(}' We have over 300 Customers' We : .
..o [4 ': 8 Daytona... .:. .. .: ) } 1Inr-A ..Brlllll.\. 'IlIIi Late 6 and 7 bile 8 Coleman'a Daytona '" V G H Bivlne. .. .... ... : SOLot. V \, I ;..I';"
I lot B blk 10 Daytona.t. k.\_.. c. ., I.coII Reece '. ...). 294,1 lIandld.oE RR aad a of ditch V VV
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: 210 ft .o.f. lota : :: blk 8 Coleman'a Daytona.. .. ,.t I '. G H Bllrlns. .....et .t. Ill //fV: want 1,000 new ones 1908. Wejy r' .
... 1007 ", .. r. .
1 W Shield -I., I
r E of V ft of lot IS B of ditch .
:; ''ia 148 ft of lota"andv biar' ,,' .'-"" -'. -.- ... -- -- 8 1 &. Daytona,, . .. 11 ," ,, Bra of Mattla Baker. a lii ht". .c.D. 2)t
< .. .. . . .. 1...,. .. K Brow.r. . . ;;. 11'1 E'.111 a 100 ft of .60 ft of lot KM "' ,. .1 jjj; : can and .will 5ave you money. Cal at "ll= : *

lot 1 blk 11 Dayton.t; ; .X-Ie B WUIOl .I..j.. .,t701 .f'.ftFZMTc. .. V k V.n. Thompson197. .
.jo I |( bile 12 . 1 C M.Comb. . .,. 5841Vt. 1 '" ; i .J..
"I ft of I'D.rtona.n 41 ft V. ... ... .,:I Q and P Alexander' ,, 1 t IK V .._ .
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It 1-10 ft of lot 9 blk It : 1" V lo w'bii, a c.tt Vm.as DELAIND tlpTjsB I
0-. Ii. lJ.t.t.8. .',. ., .4 p w r RIlIr..,,> .... v,.. $Q0I Daytona ... .. ... .. .. V .j Alaot Bovtnaon .*. .... 8 It t \M tnsI. ,- 6 1'"
UI ft of .. EH of lot 28 bIb 1 a Colcman'a Daytona V B Day. ...,...... f. .. a $7Lotl3andlotll.it100ftblkl V
"4 . . I. .Iot. .ljbukSO .1 E'vl1ln".m" ... ..T..r.rl.II 'IS : < 7 V

:: I._Dafo" .... .... :. i'.J.. .. .:.. Ifn oA, S. Jd''yHO 2 Rogers Daytnna.. .t ..*... .. ij W Riec.. ..t..v.p.... 1041 t t'f : I 'e. Q IlI a. ,
; r E 60 it of lot 22 bIb 1 Ilngm Daytona -. J1 H Bllyins..1... 1 70Lot.4aad5.xw4lftonaundbthl .f EEE-.EeE E..E e e c V ,.V' : ,.
1, I ; bile ilt ::'1. To.b.lla Wl1llama''H ..',1. 817.

: .. ... of lot II bIle II Dal'lona 1 W Wl1lama. .. ... I., .D.yt .. ... . ...... C A B.Uo..b... ....... 8 18 VV V

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ETIQUETTE IN I KASSAIX. COMFORTING WORDS. I ATLANTIC

Anataaia* Depend Upe. the She Lumber\ ompalY RAILROAD

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Nativ* Laali* Dr. Alexander Schaefer UTestlaTatedtha JUaj a fleriea HaehM Will Fid near the depot -
thelryards
isms d tw tndltlaaal ob.man. Tattoo of many animal upeciea and Them ... wm quote you J>rices and flppy bat! Jea from aDd JeUo" pine : -Goes Everywhere=

ta ... neiMB aoriety fII bcr lands af- found that tile .... of the eyeball la To ba..tb pains and acnes of a bad at Land with qpreM ...

tad. SB aaVUtfe to ajBBBaaMU. es*>. the principal factor of acoteneaa of back removed; to be entirely fre from Mouldings

t..-..aa spurns to ... fre hale Ttstoo.. The bovine arjertea'naa the !annoyljLtc. dajucerooa orinary diaordento Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, ortl Soutl (Farr U/eJ
Tbe aecood plac Is oe-
sight Jf ?
M wbkh Isod.rr- c.sdtdomIi abarpest eaooch to make nay kidney enfteretgzatefuL j, !

.. .ec..t.rrd om. Yea Speedy. barmbarty..egwaldmoat men tile I To tell bow this great change Shingles, Laths, Etc.

4* tbo In KngUan ladles to visit I third by the abeep. Small and ape can be broagb about will prorr com- aDd Fire Brick.Cemeat. etc. promptly dellrerrdanowtere j ......
AULumber. Baalne
Instanc of this forting word to hundreds of Florida ...
Taaaala grvas a food I dally atnxU eyed animan.. whether In the city. I

fta BWs>*lertBgs 1. ... Sndan mammals. bIr' bow aba and bar husband boxtards A. Oertina- aeunaa. of 419 L. St.
_.... retatimg bare Tery poor sight Owls and :
recatvaa tibesr ant callers. Tbalr are the only birds that possess Peoaacoin. Fia-. tells bow to do it. Heaye .*. ON ALL TRAINS

lit li re. was mm Italian lady: who bad great aemenecs of ....loa. The low poairJona > : "'Froui experience with Doa '. ---- .*.
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tong bee* naldaat of tint city In the .c*;. occupied by doge Sidney Pllla I can strongly recommend r- -m 1I -

-La tba aaonttiig a rap cam to the eat. bats and many lUbea which feed them to anyone in need of a good medicine r. "PURPLE FOLDER.

door.- writ* Mra Speedy. "wnd oa apoB tiring prey la contrary' to all expertation. for tbe .14...,.. Kidney complaint Now is the time to order CONSULTHE

spring It I saw madama with two In the caae of dogs and cer-
and backache cal -d m* faffenog at Inrrrala :
Arab women st 4tng eatsid So Inquired Urn e,bee lack of abarpnea: of Tlsknla No.II ... -- -
The ana second
eaatioesly If CnarOe were wltbm. doe to the gnat **** of the retinalelemeats. for jeara. or I Pure 1 1for M ..'. For detailed information schedule, ntee end referratiuq.

awl aa say Baying that ba was ah* It baa tone been known cut attack I did not mind bat aa time went Simon tow nearest Ticket Agent, or write or call) on
mada gtgo to tIe two buUca. whodrew bar such Indistinct rfalon tbat. your
doc b7 t they crew worse and at Dmea laid Wn R. R. b EFHASK
.
Gnat .
... tbJekry concealing bidden shawl faces adD aa a rule a doc to not able to recognize mo up. I could hardly walk and it wa your grove: and be sure of a large crop next : E. L. FOWE. Ticket Agent Atlantic Und. 1'Ia,

MT* ilnaftr over their bis. master by sight alone. A.C L-
PURE Trar Peas At ,
difficult matter to .tTa cbleD after.Mooping SIMON w C. BOTLtoTOS
and wed off to ooa aida to the pas- Tbe remits emphasize the distinction a \ winter. All the bst groves use
to ... door while the kidney iecTetioiM t Division_n [ r Agent A. C Lit \.J.ck80aYiUe.1
sag*. IsnlBg their backs between rhdon of mottooiew objects | FERTILIZERS and they show for themselves : : A. W FRITOT.

were irregular and onnatoral. Doaoi..
wa). and rtatoo of morlnc objects.Tbe
-Sao"' tbeai explained to ma that they latter faculty: Is necessarily keen Kidney Pill cored me. From personal| --- Jacksonville "*. iii..... .... ...........iiiitliiiiio.a iii...

ware of very nign rank and of a 'I'"e'r1IICIrkt m aQ IUWDaJa of prey. A at to Uft> ezperi iioea I know that ibis E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. !

aact and maat on BO account twan affected: by tbe atgbt of mot!<:II1..*. objects an be depended upon to remedY\I) '
.
by a strange marl. especially not bet pounces on s teeing moor rprntatibM made fort! ." Fla. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW/;

ty an* win war of another nation and II or s trailed suing Instantly and with For tale by all dealer. Price SO ceoU. I I IFoeterMUbarnCa. T. E. ARNOLD= Agent DeLand III'

aa IDa eL They were. however.to very dor unerring precision. A treat trill rise Baffalo. New York. L LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL h:
and bad com (
anxtooa ta aaa ma the most Impassible artificial ty! If
I to ate agents for tile United SUM i
that booor. and If CfcarU would. Its motion rrwmMes that of s llTfogOr member the Baia_Duan'*-sod No. 99Dally I I No. 29Daily MAIN LINE N-7r;: Nil
to below or bio some Daily
not object go tale no other I D,
atber Tar for a few minutes tbeywoald The Inclusion and position of man In IMpa fiDU r _. 7r1 pm "
... 8*. _...-l- .U
..fc. tnetr TlaJt short I.pm 1. w At. Aocnrtlna pm
very the series are based upon the ocular 1a. 11 o Lv _' t -'-"" TOnaoad loe. !' '"'
"'I iBmaaaarail tb. atata of die cue. measurement glTen by Belmboltx la .12. Iwpm L. __ __ _.LT trips
eat. to abaentriaa :Notice. FOX VISIBLETYPEWRITERS I0 pm IMpm L. n vrtooa.1M tr CcT pm
at
and ba one Scientific
-Ptiyiloiogiacbe Optik. I I Mleps **>!>. Le stew Syr- Lr 35.m iStf,,
.lf.bla. only regret being dial baBBOUVI American. Notice: i. hereby gives that six nn'...taa 1111. ..fm Le Tlttu.lller.I 1Hpm '
to converse I II a 51 4 lip. L. C -- L 12 pa
not bar a cbanc after data belt: oa ine 1Kb day of Ceo* B 05S 415 P LUram ._ .m _..aoek led[. 13:p. 1
wttb Him tedlaa. aa men wet many OUR NEED OF WATER. tr. A. U. 1S*,. the nDaemcma admiau 4 pi L. R.nGWI. Le U&4UIM.a I:'
lie wlabad especially to mina of tae estate of te"r; W. lit. ..n U call 100" t. MetbooneL U54a II
tfcJngs which will present br Csal acc ants lo 'b. ll"n, wm tOOM| L. ...._R Plere.Lr so gr
know and whfceh ba waa sot Ukary to Muacl Mad Elastic and Tmprtur *- COUBIT JtHifeof \olaia Coaolj. F'orfcla, teem 11 pit Arwa P.mm Be.eL .L 1Ma ,.-
ban any opportunity eo good aa tbalaaaiat and ..t t r a IDa ductiane a* such ad- Mua 10.4p. 1..71 Lode d Lr It
Regulated by M.i.tvraPDyslologats BiiDiatrmtrLxTki HAVEThe Team llt pm at 15 100 amtOpm II
I ..
ascertaining la turn JI1&DtJ S
t'O 00 u tWlUBMAO Le
-
teD us CUt the animal IpnllS J1jo- Arm.-.Bom .tead_... LI aT .
a 10.
aid of the questionto sm MB I J'tIl. !
tbla
lauttaaatad V Rho...... .
body consists of almost W per cent of AMKLtA 111-pm .-_ ugnlenr.KeDoet..rL. )
IT...-- and after much hesitation ..a.dmiDaLnollls.otice. DCHABIUTY jf the!: BKET \CHIVES: fecured by tbe wide -----!
It
water Admitting this to be true. Dally asee.lIaa4ay. rndas and TbuvdaTt only. tToaaday.snl lane,
and whispered conversation la tba paa- wookl sem plal1olble70 the Medical trpebar !banker and ovary tyuear.COMPLETE .
a eoarpwanlae warIt effected.It PALATKA BRANCH
Record thai this quantity Is necessaryin
wan arranged tbat. completely order to carry on the normal pbysloketeal '\ VISIBLE WRITINC LAST PALATICA I AntYeI Leave PALATKA TO rp
''
TcOed. tba ...u. aboold enter the EAST I'
TO PALATKA Palailtal, Palaeka PALATKA
to ton t&elr beads processes of the animal economy Iice: la IleAb1 ct..eD that t.z luo.,tat INTERCHANCEABLE CARRIACES 1
room act venturing In proper< condition. .n.tdte. town: .a theI1: hy ol Ju.... /m.. _NaM Dail ly_.. IY .m I 1e.6.m __Nas Dally 1Ie I
la tba direction of tba maacnlio bea- For slmCar reasons it would also appear \ l> 19*. the u .Jer-apE'< ajmia..tratrlzcf T.\BCUA TlR CARD WTUTIS.J ATTCHWESTTVEVX 0 am va b loally__. .46 am 1'.1).m .,
tben. and dial b* should before they t... ..:ai. LO1 RIBS X /a em Ye.: : D.1== J e :: II iS.m Ma: al t\: :\; 7
plausible that .!)<)Q14 this qTiaatity 11 M U _Na D&l7 to 25) pn _......Na M
entered torn kit back to the direction be r irialaccovnuio toe Bon.OHIOtjrju; Ice PLATES SPEED GiAPEYENT.tA ice pm ___]10.. M D.el Iy_ __' /94: .m elo pm _Na 16 lIo1lY i iimp.
wblcb they world corn In.TMs In any way be greatly reduced or ,.f "..hu.. CountT Fla. and ask lor a anal Et-EBY ((lED! DESIRABLE FEATURE. .!. S Dsi1]_ _. 1)11... I Tea p. _!ra It D.Uy V'8
by diminished either Utrwlgti normal process liea&r<. u web adminutrairizThi t o m __._lo. M D.II .-. _._. 7 waa all atrtrtiy carried oat and ."... i90:. ,)
feature
abnormalprocesses the Fox naa SOME of these C)
considerable: ** of the body or through BYE.dminatratrix.Notice ::er tepewritcr tau: SAN MATEO BRANCH _
than. back to back and a this lost quantity most 1mavdlately no other teem ALL The Fox stands alone; ;a* a mechanical marvel .
dtttaac*apart aa edifying conversation ire.. EAST PALATKA Antvit i .. ... SAM MATEO TO L.p .
: Should neb -- in typewriter: building
be resoppUed !
bolt boar. trBearJons TO SAN MATEO Mu 1 Miss EAST PALATKAi
want on for aa witbdnwa of water be permitted to of Final It If the mechanical exce"ence!! of a typewriter that proves its s w
befog path bland tnqulrtng tooea and |I. the disorder wmi Discharge worth and en-i" e* it to; 'taod jp" :a* does: the Fox year in :and year 1 em _Y. r DIOIl,,_ .50-ant j.oc.-. .No 10 Dally l'
be unduly prolonged .._. _._ __.= __
Dall
| M Dall So. M
to ass m 1N III
daleet<< rapBea given. which appeared -fl---- y IJ
dlmensloos that life Sotioe I* kerebr' rurm that tae ll.l4d- out under aU: ..:.nd. of strain.
bulb assume sucb grace bare.aa ol John I ..1 Na.11 1<0.11 U ,1D.Ur
ba quit aatiafactory partiaa. I. eigxdadminiswa.ref Adverted statement making general ctalnu Drove no'hincProre No. 17 MAYPORT Jlo. Ise
Itself may ultimately be terminated. 1 DaU 1M>rty.de< aaei._Ill.. f" sse let day cf '
: Elasticity! and pliability of muscles I July. A D.1\O..., ptenutbi. DnaJ accountto t the Fox by a comparison in Tour o lce at our expense D.u7 Da/JJ' BRANCH DsU1 ptq':-.:-..-

TB L..g..t --i.Mo.- I cartilage tendons and even tne County 4"d{* ol \"oIuoi. (OWl I/. Write .*<>r jcautlfu! ca'.aloe just issued i 400pm1100 JH. I 945am LvIackaonTlIlAr 100. falei; :
T. die Bacxtoa Aires and Pacific nerres. Florida and uk for I-.) diubarre \ 4 .40pa *40 .K,1014am LIPablolMeda..LI Imam ties-"
booes depend mainly on the amount of J & TVBSER.diBiat9trator.. I t 4Upai tu pa 10 Mam Lv.AtluUebe.eh. II. coml. '
.
railway belongs Ms the peeoJ.rdlatlaetbad tb* longest water they containWater also serves .\ OWEN TYPEWRITER COMPANY ._ T10p m! 100pm. !l045aai Ar M.rpon _L.. 800 tm t 1 ..w_ 'II.Mz C
having on system
as a distributer of bodily beat and reg- 1 hLt. .I&II. L ISo e. s-3 1 Nez If 0.4Dallr usP
straight stretch of railway ta die : TAMPA FLA. Dan I, I, Orawaa City Braacb D.u Dally taalwi. Mart *
the 313 Zack Street i
wend TV length of tola Is 306Hat elateS the body temperature by ....8<111 Saa. n.Pan. ex Pna .s. !!G.. 1

main physical process of absorption and Notice to Creditors. .- ,. 00w .....Haw. 11 lOOP-; L"Tt
fin*_ and tt la situated on tb* --- -- -- -- -- pat Bmrraa Ar pm < mar
dl mlna tiot1- I j jSLR 1 8 paIMpai 10Ile.jt..l.at<. BUaL>. 1211 pm Sn piB410pm .00.. eanfaca: 11.1 .
.
..... between 198 and 3O3H oaDea from and in \'Uee .s bsrtby gire. that the a&.scr. Lr.Oraata <:Icy Lvar UW.. _
Boenaa Aires. Tbo straight was f or- Coder normal eooditions a signed bas 'ba appviaud; by the Hea. J. : fem. pm 10W"'I .OraBga orr Je 1215 CD 400 pm .__._ _. .__

arty broken by ,........ carves forming proper' degree of health this supply uordnatly Lee lie rory.jud4eof_ tae aunty )ud furaisbed partly by tie food coon of \oltui* DIY. admiaUiratrix of I :
a det se.ra.nd Lake aorta Tba toe eatase of WLUjam Mkler. teeaad. and TOlE T\BL. .a.w th.tlaaa..whl I.ai t..... o,be.mp.enerte.
longer portion war then ITS mnea long and partly by the drink we are dally all creaitor' and ICTB. banns ciaima or FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU .and 4Wparl rr._ tfc._....l...".._, bar tblr.ni.... ......._.... '
: In the la .
.... worlda eeeoedTS. consumingAn OTerindolgenc denacda .n.n" .id etate are required -t(.are..teed.5.do..areC.mpany\.HIwltr..ptrwb4era,
tnen .. __
and
was arao M7 _.'.. ....I.[l\._..
.
ose of water, prorlded It Is not carried I pmeot toe Mme to the nB4er i rard for
lab having. ---. practically .
"Itlio two 1 earl,, thecae the t\e Lsed T5.Cud Other lafonavatlaaAQ3BNT
to excess., wtU seidom if .er be pro pajmtm r.cs or :
dried an. the compaay an ppt eased tbaiai aaoM _1'1 be barrrd b 35.000 CHAIRS ; Tllh TICTKJaT ,"
--. and .... cutoff war opened to dnctiTe of any deleterious conse- EDITH S. WILIU.AdmiBiatratriz J.D. n.umnm. .AuUtant Oeneral Pass. AtU, ST. AUQUSTTKE!,FU..

sarrleo on. Oct IS 1907. It seems that loences.Sharpahaotara of tae .I..e AT MANUFACTURERS' COST I ---- --
'f William Miller.Onnoad. DheaMd
whet its HBO was set out ta tba aevoattaa. r.... Much 41'0 rt I

at which time rb eouuuy waatm of the RevolutA.o ,-
tile hands f .... Indiana, after leaving ors n a uwaa aaa came aaar MMM coca snai.aoda..me
sooo U a piooeer boy was biganoogb
Notice Creditors. w .come -iseat.w. John B. Stetson Universit i iA iI
to :
Jamba which was m military outpost to recd a rise be was glrea !

and tile last point of contact with powder and ball to snoot< squirrel >o ce U ktreby flren that the oojeriHd i
... Pw Boa Aferea dvilUatioo course After a little practice be war required: a" 'ba pointed! i by ibH_ J. a .warn t.rr.r. /

of....t-dI__was set and theQa to bring la as many squirrels as be Lee Me SCHOOL FOR ALL DENOMINATIONS.
*ran straight across tb. fiat pampas bad received chary under penalty of of the ewate (.foJ. E. B arton. late .
aammewrasf,etsaeaa ______ __
..uJ It aaet another lIDo about aIst78dIaa a severe lecture or ereo of baring his deceased of said COODIT.and a I..editnn. .hh If

long. which war pwsbed oat eastward "' legatees. diMnlwu-o.> Jacket tanned.At the age of twelr Bating claiaia or dema.d..nin.t said ea. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ART3-Encliah (.&nruotrP.Dd UteratnralaGreek. >

IIac L' wero no obstadea of loophole assigned him from warn toOgbt tame duly antbeDtieaied. U tbe oaderuroed Alt. Hiatary. Philosophy. Pedagogy Political Economy Biolory Oe*|

I.ponaaa .. avoid and benc tit.pbomrd when the settlers rallied against with the time prescribed by laor. -. Pb.aical:1I1mre: eta lo 1-W Stetaon adopted the aame requirements' .taj
... izo tb. tame wU be forerer bamdMto. mission and graduation that were held by the Unirersity of Chicago,ulfl
Pog1saet. |'aD Indian foray. Growing older be E. S. BE.SGTlOS.AJBibiairatriz two were afflliated. W

i I brame a banter of deer elk buffalo of the eatate"IJuba COLLEGE OF LAW-Always tronc.. thus allege will be further etnlph||
.; /. Wtf. and bear. skOed In trailing and a B ,or..-. ocetaxd.Dated coed in.the tall ol HO b,. lacreaaing the teaching force and and by ofoiga",
Orange Cur; Fla.. Mar 14 lyre Thicke 1..01.* *" and a three Tear** course of study f.i
1 sever decor Bxsrrtsge. add the of
utilizing cover capable enduring COLLEGE OF TECH\OWGY-1ar0Electrical| Mecb nicl. andCM{
late General Y t -Bqa.uIaoa1: long marches through trackless: moan Engineering _...*.., leadingtodegree.. till

thinking *f an old colored preacher Ia tan forests. At night b* war content COLLEGE' !: FOK TEAl'BKRSeole1f9! ooune for teacher leading

87 MallO wile.was addnaarng Us dark ,I! to curl up in a aingl blanket besida- Notice of Final Discharge degree.; a Normal school l for Florid school teicbermodel; n.-h...l.. i.dSrgrade. "1I
Bookcase : of the public acbooU special empboia being on the serener
.kh..d when whit pu
congregation m
) mall lire and under the roof of
Bleep Sotioe U hereby given that eLi moatbaarwrdate.towuoaia elgbta crad*; Kindergarten Tralninx scnool In builtlicg.
separate
m.i twee tip ta die back of .... bvildllr bates U It rained. In n few minute .3dot AUa&A.D. and Desk combined. I THK AC A DEMI-Claatlcal. LMin *cienttno and Soleniido eourwleaction

Ja&. be bant him a lodge of bark: or boughs 19>M,Ue naderamed ruardlaaof' emote I for eol ex*. M'Iaon.* npecially moot in tbl wok lle'ae .1
Pt'eber'ii tile wfctt maL with no Implement bat his one poundtomahawk. ol AUa. M. ewerdf'jrer.minoff, will f raBt Permits as much or as Ettto! bare (, to Harvard. Yale, Princetonoraell.. Micbican ami Ihlcago. j
bu taal aocoaata eke HxavnraMe: Jod e BLMNEjsS COLLEUE: In
to Bankin
-' tba book space as wanted fiflfr'P ill Its bnD' bee; Bookkeeping
Err
to yoa.aald panon.Mr Incessant war with the 1 01.... County Coon of Vwuaia OMUIIT.' Ccmprees Desk Unit with bet metbnd; Shorthand and Typewriting; elective" ooune open In )
rr-:... yon ar talking about Inrtlina taught him to be his own geoeral. I Florida and ark I'I/ foal diacaarge a. few Cain and b* married ta tb* .guardian o, aai-t miBOrSlMEOi many as SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS Wortii" "
yam say got to bet ever on the alert. to keep desired. Roomy corr.cn- fe -Wood corking Iron ,
SW EBUFEOEK.Guardiaa.. __ Ilaeual' TraidnghtH0UL
of Hod after lie kiOed AbeL Bat
land I
bis bead and shoot< straight under flre.
tent attractive. Call and vxrl Ul FISE: lDtinUltborouc
tbs BIble onty. mends Adam and Pitted against an enemy who gate no DeT...ad. r.:... March: !. 19War.IIT' -f .... _,...., ,.,,- ..-. .f\C s5 Wa: color aDd Pastel- new A.RTS-D..iD"'ndlo. eosuy in lOa.Charcoal... mod.' and' eto Ink; P ""
Zr ss brine an tb. eartft at that tbn*. A W UCHT. SCHOOL or "(; hsW.":
quarter but tortured the tiring and J. F. ALLEN & CO. 810-" 'IO.lIIj( pipe 'F-run; U pla_; separate
Wnosa the. did Cata marry T scalped the dead be became himself a Auoraeia.Commissioner's. large f..u".. ; co..n*.: opportunities b..rl"1 t oratorio :=
AOBXT3.' > BTET OSbaaaFacu.tyor44pn./essor.andteachers.' bold**-
snorted with llwy
-Tn colored preacsad
stanch who surrendered.
fighter never (
fromtherniTerIiryofChleagaHarvard: waUIOIC
Y.le.' Columbia To-onto
mats contempt.Hah TIle ....u.serbred men of Iron. DdEi.AND. FLA. eat Louisville, Bo..d..iin. Ctrecbt. Bucknell. L'oiTe-altr cf Mic itan.( BavJ i
-' ba aald. Too bear dal bred.es. Sale. Amara Kalamazoo? B.ltimore and other l".titaa.n. there art"* '.
..-0 to. ID ....jld...... eekhleory .
ant .
.. analataraT Too bear dat footgaeatb. TK CtiHrcfcrara V..... Sacra equipment: over t".Y.000: endowment; a
la the Cooaty ludft. Coors la and tie ofo'er .
a I.. axed Cain lie went to, L1.OOO VOluTte.t a .uI.fal rD.pol with ontly lu'nlllhi..1clodiD.
"Why are yew trees found In cemeteries Voinaia County, Florida.! staine4na., aidows. T oar glarytnrYlr1
d* Lad fIf Had. Jest as d* good book : onlyT* said a forester. Wny, I Is tbs mason of tke Eaute of Jane* Atkir.aoa. amwabcompleteappar.'urn ; ": an encbe.d pab.U"Il"ac'iisruvT a$10.frld.running ; "

taTJa a*, aa* ta d. mad rand Cain defeated.Vnderadby courts b..to.1I .
aU tile Tld'ro0-b. Meetwlmmln anlf.lowing IIIdall
over .orW-.Y1DC bere. where di"mjd; V1 *
I
virtue of order made tb
sainaaa dat lie a* by sports: ...pan' .. 'r men and 1.\fInlnrl..forl1ll
gits a* bur aa as
vpan -- 5 womenten l-irve J
they don't exist-do :rJDd In cemeteries Hon. J. Lee McCinrr.: .Judge of the County iouy. Persia 81" a's.d ,
BaeteruMogv. :!
marries a gut fIf on* o dam BOcoaat "od1re'.tean.atVoIulII eouair. Firth, 5etire *f feaardlaa'. Oiwharge.Votfce ..... .. Mineralogy and ''''<1C eceent I.rteau
great yews of Immemorial age! HODGKIN'SWagon electric II...... electric ""I1IL steam beau cement walks IbeJI""t"
pore wntt. bash famPV dat Antiquaries have tried to attack some iBlb -Bmaturof. tbe P.ateofeamaAtkme I. hereby rites that the nn4 r broad ..." _.D"fk>u.ea npu*. shrubbery and I...*...: aoclal. titer.rl."*.
... .... oa. deceaaed. 1..lIIeed at public outcr.I. sdother .....'C
de apoatto didn't consider r alud-Bl* clubs
star lecture <
druidie aignlflcane/tb* matter. Tews .tbe and beat bid.ler for caab. UUaa signed guardian of t.Ito.nd eatatPur.m. ,01 ; euur.e.' Christian: and not -
Bttta*t. miaBsa ta ere baby word I In blgneat door tae tXart Hooae. .. I,....... Lconbla ru..l<>m. Sur.Pordnm.J..bnFurd.rn leacbiag! The loeatma n beautiful adbealthNlandthesrp.'nrxar.tMA.
grow churchyards; and nowhere eave; front CJI IB *- For c Ul.
Shop glee views folder .. dent feHOLLEV
l a-d Re. PuN'>'''. : and informaton, ajdre taeipre
benc they were sacred to the dead Ia nd.UiaaildcoaBtT.donagtbelecalE< ira will *ix morib aPJer Ut*. '0-1(. on the ,
GIarfoo ., Fe& ufaataooMoadaT.JaoeL. A. D. 190.I.e0 LICOLS Ph.D. UtuD. LLD.DeLandl7ed'|
D.paA.d ; .
die time of the Druids and It was as mm la Mid _till. 'ol- ITtbdiyof Aogo.t, A. O P\.re e-I b"ranal
lie Monday ae
Fes ... -[ertir- the Bom of the erroneous to plant them in your garden IBS lowing described iota, pieoea and parcvl of ...-_D.. a. such uardi4a. v> the DeLAND, FLA.

western ......... oem retataa trace of' as to plant tombatonea there. I ...I.I.c.. ..d being la the county of Voluu. county Judye ftf \'uluh l _nl Flei.l.. -- II
I Ii
I ate aiacBllleeax wblcb mad bar ta the bare exploded dial ..0p.nt1uOD. s .auto of F........ more particularly decnb and ..It f r.a dual diwbt'ge from a klmardiaDap. Ererythln In Wagon,. Buggies. Carta.
d .. ...--. lowtt: eta, mancfactared: and in
repaired
....u. tb. rtral of KbI the my
are
i DELII.ia Pl'BDOM.Ouardian
of .
walking tour England I
t one summer Tie wet iaJ feet of ibe. eat .0 feet -ftM Shop in the very beat workmanship
twelfth rent ty tb* holy etty.: t* which asked every farmer I met why b* bad >.... 40. according to Mnai'a map ..f ihInwa .- known. Only ftnt-ta.
f wbea the red to Mecca was closed of Ea on ale I. ogee<4lle This Marcb: 1Z.l! .1I! men employed :1
no yews on his place. TIle answer e. and ant- ... work lamed out. I baN THEY
niilmai.is> ware am1.. contained as was always tIe same: "Do you think I stall to my plant a
.Florida
many as no tomplaa. tfty of wbleb want to lose my cattle r or "Had ODt!. AWo.. uadlvided; ere quarter lalrteal Plants find

war ailiitaid with marble pmara. In bat eat it down. The bastes got at U. be ..)( of laa n-X of ae 96, vwp 14..i f r

i ClIMe old dajra tb* etty: was tb. banta and yaw leaves .. poison to Ole beastlea. to e' The S.wer ReaJo. same difference bets
AMD,aa aB4tidedane-iaarterlBtereu in
pbJfaaimbars. pbyilrlaaa aDd a.boa..meta .* Tea. that la tb* secret of the ot Uaub-diTiama of lot t, bine 7..coo..r. .5.e. 4 pa..roW .. I

A aataaMW fa naBBnt fMrnaa WaBBBaft aaafstady enorehyard yew. 'It grows only Ia '.; to a.ia or>a mar- of tbe town. nf Enirr. ..r my.awe.i rrwt.f GROW tween Armour's t
la now an that totraralar prYMtlnlIbe7 cemeteries because tb* farmers hare pear.oai fie I. the ogee ol the Clerk of Ue ,a rat.
ban JIIadI4: III Talk vdeme.. a destroyed Its leaves Circuit Court" Volaaia Cooatr. FI->rida.
1: everywhere else.
.... FIU.'iC1I A. HAMMOXD.Com FERRY'SSEEDS : Animal
.. mat aaMbcr copladraad being Injurious to Uv. stock.-.sw .iaeioaerSaUc Fertilizers l
'J Tb* t..erer altsbatwaaa ___ Orin TimuDeroenL I

pal ... geusa. tai repea1II b a I and others as you

t I' ere staging and Lw.re.rd\la r .ri I. l a. ,
dmwlhg AN OLD ADAGE G.......... .. S.II Real Eotal r ta..rs.alt ta....bi-.ra we.rm.p' BIG I
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a itgbt parse.Tbls H boas It Mar Colleen:
.r_ d.enated with aadwbfl U Se aea>ia hereby K *ea that It la tba Idea crust of dry bread-1
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cow H....__....... lo ...,.!y ta the H..... .p w.pi a C.b. ail wets
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t ".... ". '. oar of June A. D. ISO*,at the court hmar"t
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Lpraetlml4.ls.et b e. 7 ire : eat ell'M aaid aUaora la that ..... ..... -r r COLD TIRE SETTER
panel of land lylaar sad betaa latbeenaB.If .
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.....t.N.. *.NeN..+NH4Ni41M.NFIN4-Hd LOCAL SYNOPSIS. White silk fans at Brill'B. "

Hon R. D. Coulter was in town from RA'LLVr'i..

;118 DREKA'S .19' 0'8' REWWs Orange City Wednesday.Mr. INVITATION TO

' oily IMPORTANT ITEMH or E. M. Carpenter wan in town ,

Department; Store THE PAST WEEK. from Orange City Monday.

The DeLand merchants are not complaining ; :

Local Mia .......t,.items for,! lb. People's about a dull summer. All registered voters of Volusia county,

D paper-_Brl.f Mention of rants asS Mr. Charles Flowers was at the
\ X county seat from the north end Tuesday. Old or young, married or single, are .
... 'JI'onv Rop.rtr.
The huckleberry is in market, and < "v.vjj i"

i: "RDREKA A"O- New hosiery-at Brill's.Wade there la a good crop of this berry this Cordially invited to rally at our store, ,

year. That fit out in '- -.y", .f{ .A ,
the tuner Orlando. we
Beautiful flower baskets for University may you ; W7 t,n ",o''''''' J
See: Hayward for MoBnde market Commencement at Brill's 170 to .. .. ,
Everything needed by the well-dressed man. '" *" c "
Dr. Mellette'i Remedies at Allen's. SOo each. :> kiNvi.iirfs : u3(
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Boasting ears will soon be in market. Mr. J. C. Prevatt was at DeLand We have genuine Panama Hats $5 to $10, '. .. ',

4K'v o A nice ehower fell at DeLand Monday Wednesday, bringing in the returns ,

v 10 c.sI'BARCAINS> afternoon. from Seville. Straw Hats, 1908 shapes, $2 to $5, .,

Bryant Minshew was at DeLand from The DeLand candidates returned ".". "' ,.
A Pierson Saturday. Saturday night and Sunday from a last Stetson Hats, the latest shapes, $4 to $5, ,

Mr. Bedford Jones was to town from campaign: tour to coast points.
= Spring Garden Monday. Mr. W. B. Fudger was here from Walk-Over Shoes, $3.50, $4 and $5 the pair,

For fire insurance see Gould Bros. Jacksonville Tuesday, coming to cast The newest in Shirts and white '
Old reliable companies his vote for his favorite candidates. Spring fancy .

Occasional of the late crop strawberry For Sale-No. 1 road mare, fast. The latest in dainty Neckwear.We .
are brought into town.'l'hA Would trade for pair of horses and pay

: LAWN colored people bad a big picnic difference. Address X, care Record. have everything in men's wear,
Will Mowers, now in charge of the
at north Blue Lake last Monday.
65c now 49c $1.50 now $1.19 Mrs. Link 'and little daughter are force at work on the University library, Our Ready-Made Suits are the ,
; Ie making rapid progress on the bul<1Ing.
here from Tampa visiting relatives. Mrs. Hammerly and her daughter, Best product of high-grade Tailoring Specialists.
$x.,00. now 87c 2.50 now 1.98 Mr. E. L. Hon left the first of the Miss Bessie, former residents of De-

week on a business trip to Ashevllle. Land,were here from Orlando this week Prices, $10 to $30 the suit.JOUNTfI.
.125 now 98c 3.00 now 2.48 Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McBride left visiting friends.

for the Rochester N. Y. home.
Tuesday ,
The Musical Commencement at the Ir M '
-- -. Miss Grace Gould returned last Friday University Auditorium tonight. At ; IJ N

\ from a lengthy visit at Lexington, all the services there will be great ,

[Hew and Pretty Assortment of Boys' Wash Snits Ky.Dr. crowds of DeLand people.

; K. J. Carson left Tuesday for Hon. E. W. Bond was here from Lake IN DELAND

65C TO $1 .50 Philadelphia, where he spends the sum Helen Monday and he and Hon. J. E.

._ __ u. mer.Mrs. Alexander spoke to a fine audience at
H. E. Yelvingtou and children the court house that night. -

Printed Silk Tissues i of Orlando are visiting Mrs. John W. We are requested to say that the report 15 Fine cents new at Brills fabric paper- and envelopes The Election at DeLand. I KOOKI: : LOOK: LOOK:!

I Fnclger. that the McBride Market will The election DeLand last Tuesday (Just Like a Trip to Panama.)
!50c now 35c 35c now 20c i Stetson student will begin to departfor close on June 1st, whether a sale is All DeLand laborers will be kept passed off quietly, but there was con A set of oar Poet Cards gotten np in
their respective homes the first of made or not, is without foundation. busy throughout the summer. siderable hustling en the part of the Eve colors, and all are the latest views

-., tbe week. Tax Collector Perkins Smith was over Urn R. M. Tucker was an Orange candidates for votes of which there of that country, will give yon a very

Dr. Taylor is at Tampa attending the from New Smyrna Wednesday, receiving City visitor to DeLand Saturday. were 817 cast, the largest democratic good Idea what Panama is like.

''j1 Men's Summer Suits to be Disposed of 150 annual meeting of the State Dental Association. the congratulations of his DeLand The candidates had the teams out vote DeLand ever polled. The total (We can assure the public that tbe
frlenda over his rti-nouilnation for this Tuesday bringing in the voters to the number of democratic voters in the pre- above collection is the most interesting

r'oot1uits' now $4.08 $12.00 Suits now $8.75 Mr. R. P. Walters and family will office. polio. clnce IB 840. and entertaining ever gotten up.
> Hlb The polls opened at 8 o'clock and We have 199 different views, and will
McBride
Mis. George Messimer and children, County Commissioner wag
:.001; 6.00 13.50" 9.48 move into tne irndger home on west
New York Ave. who have been spending the winter I at the county seat the first of the week 'closed at sun down The managers began mall or express to any part of the
)'.6of" 7.98 16.00" 11.25 with Mrs. M' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. ;'on business. counting the vote at 7 o'clock and United States the following lots on receipt -
For Bale-Saddle horse
, or driving
,
It tbe
was seven next before
morning of
A. Wood, left yesterday for the Wil- For Sale Cheap-Bnff Orpington hens price.
combined also and harness. Inquire
'" The; Oaks.surrey lIameport, Pa., home I and rooster. Also But Cochin Dantao the lost" vote was counted, the ballot 0 for lOc 13 for 85c. US for 4So, 60 .
Mrs J. Cook, west New York Ave. being so long The managers adjourned for 800, 75 for '1.80. 100 for '1.40 150

STAPLE AND FANCY! GROCERIES. |NAY| AND GRAINifA. The stockholders of the WattsMillerCo. the Mr.County N. B.Democratic Montrevllle Committee, secretary, was of I In the ball game between Pierson and for 80 minutes at 13 o'clock for lunch. for$1.80, 190 for#!3 SII.I .
will hold the regular annual
meeting DeLand Saturday afternoon the De- The vote as cast at this precinct Is I We also wish to inform tbe public
)tW -- / Monday, Jane 1st. kept busy Wednesday paying off Land team won in a score of 17 to 0. given elsewhere la the tabulated county that we are in a position to supply them
= inspectors and clerks of the primary
Mr. Kent Roe etter was here from I Over 625 btadents at Stetson for the returns. with any piece of music on the marketat
election and those who brought in the
< part and the
Phone No.77 returns from the precincts. term that closes next Tuesday Sue
: DREKA & CO. visiting DeLand triends. I twenty number will be greater another year. ) Page. THE LEVEEN Music PUB. Co.,
The Turner Traveling Art Exhibit at
Dept. A 22 E. 100th St.,
Prof. J. W. Phillips of the lunslo department There will be no preaching servicesat
/ DeLand Hull 22-26 inclusive. '' Councilman Z.
May Yesterday T. Bielby
New York City, N.Y.
.t..I.> . . . < .1 of Stetson will spend the Every man and woman and every the DeLund churches Sunday, all chairman of the street committee
, summer vacation at Chicago. I I, uniting in the Baccalaureate service at
.. ,,school child in DeLand should see this Auditorium. through his attorneys Landis & Fish
the University
Those two knights of the grip. Camp. remarkable collection\ of two hundred entered suit against Thomas N. Page
When the rainy season sets In the Lease for Sale.
bell and Bappersett remained home
world famous pictures, I for slander In tbe sum of $3,000. The
t n'" I over Tuesday. to cast their votes. 1 farmers of the county should not forget The undersigned will dispose of
salt based alleged a
'f"Ioit\(>...""/.." .........." ,".,""/" "/." ,'.."/,/,,..,",...",,'"'''' A number of Stetson students, returning I Mrs. Milton Bryan came QD from the sweet potato crop. It is a oommody is to have upon been public made statements by Page lease be has for the present summer
Fort Lauderdale the first of the weekon .
that will bring good money. season on The Willard. a very popular
to the Northern home next week, a visit to her sister Mrs. G. A. Dreka. four months of charging Bielby with getting a rake.oft 15-room boarding house at TaUulah
TRUSH IN OUR will take the river trip to Jacksonville. She came from the Oklahoma home, We are to now have In the letting of contracts for street Im Falls, Ga. Ill health is my only reason
Commencement baskets china summer weather but the exhilarating provements. Stewart & Bly have been for relinquishing said lease. For fur
pretty ,, where Judge Bryan is practicing law
sea breezes are with us every day, and ther particulars call on or writeW.
fans and lots of things suitable for and is a member of the legislature. you will find the nights delightful. retained by Mr. Page. w. ALOOTT,

I Optical Department signifies that Commencement presents at The Studio DeLand friends are in receipt of invitations 200 world famous pictures on exhibit SDr The Melrose. ItoLand. Fla
Shop. to attend tbe Commencement Goldstein Coming.
I in DeLand Hall Friday, Saturday, Monday --- -
the people have found out where !. The sweet girl graduates! will be In exercises of the Duval High School and Tuesday, May 22 to 36 Inclusive. Dr Goldstein, the celebrated optic

= 1'' to get their eyes tested evidence' this Commencement Stet (Jacksonville) from Miss Vera A. Parsons Admission 20 rte for adults specialist of Tampa, will be at tbe
son. A large number are to receive whose childhood da>s were spent and 10 ctn. for children. Doors open Hotel L Villa, Monday and Tuesday,

$ ; This Department has become a diplomas. I at DeLand, Wednesday.May trom 8 a. to. to 8 p. tu. Hay 38 and 26 (two days only) and

ti r Important factor in our busi Mrs. Lillian M. Haynes, IOU Robert The new young men's dormitory to Messrs. LeSuer Ganlden and F. E. parties desiring to see him should call
very and Mrs. H's mother, Mis. Carpenter,, go up at the University this summer Wade have bought out the garage business early Dr. Goldstein has visited ns be-
ness. We guarantee satisfactionand leave the first of the week for Grand will be an ornament to that Institution, of Gordon & Bntner. We learn fo-e and those who, have tried him are

Rapids, Mich. I and had became a necessity. Many of that this new firm will also go into toe ea'lsl1ed10" \ his treatment, and his

Mrs. V. H. Voorhls left last week to the young men, the past term had to business of installing irrigation plants reputation is such that we do not hesitate

spend the summer with her parents,, secure accommodations in homes about for such orange growers who desire to recommend him in the highest
1 > TEST EYES FREE Mr. and Mrs. Parsons, at their home in the city. i: them in their groves. terms. He is particularly successful

Goucester! Mass.Conmllman At the state meet of the Florida Embalmers Mrs. Hettle M. Anntin returned the the treatment of neuralgia of tbe eye
I and Funeral Directors Association 11.Bt of the week from Louisville, Ky. and head!
= At "THE BUSY CORNER" Bielby, chairman of the has since fall. She was
I held at Jacksonville last week, where she been
: Council work
City kepts men at on the
I Mr. J Allen this elected South by her daughter,
streets, having: them kept in a neat aDd] A. of place was accompanied
first vice-presidentof said Association, '' Mrs C. J. Anderson, and grandchild,
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attractive A BUSINESS
Store appearance.Prof FOR SALE: An almostnew
iJtLten's. Jewelry I a compliment\ paid alike to Mr. Allen Gilltm. They stopped over at Atlanta
and Mrs. G P, Carson left
yesterday and to DeLand. I II Ito visit the son and brother George 6-room house
.. for New York. They sail coon on
I : wr---;; Vour;--rVJiftV-and- Clocit;; ; -'RepilrediDleLand i ;; for Europe and will the I Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Forbes left Wednesday Austin. OPPORTUNITY

t'l n__" ___You-___.Gef_..._______.n_._______________.._______ vacation at Naples, Italy.spend snmmei for the Michigan home. Mr, Last Sunday morning about 2 o'clock, large high lot, about

r- '. ..".,',."/".,'" ,".'" "/'.." "#,".,,,,,',,"/.,, "/','.% John Cairns. Jr., and family have re- I but Forbes was has well been enough ill for to several make the months tripto after P. at a their warm lodge session at Yemassee of the colored Joe Walton K of Mr. E. L. McBride has placed three blocks from De-

, .i turned from Boston, where they have the Northern home. His brother B. not satisfied over the result of a with ns for Immediate sale the

:' been residing for several years. They F Forbes arrived several weeks ago toaccompany ballot that had been taken for the admission business known.. the Land Postoffice, for on-
again make DeLand their home. Mr. Forbes North. of a new member, who was

''', ", black balled, shot aud fatally wounded MCBRIDE MARKET ly $1,400.
i: : 'IIe;: : )K :"''':.. :(I: : :t1C cee: : :e: : All the county candidates, even the Dr. Odom O. Fanning came down
the brother K. of P.
John Hayward
defeated ones, put up a stiff fight to from Atlanta the latter part of the This Is a paying business well We are anxious to
win, and It was a dent manly contest, who led tbe opposition 'n the black balls
Club week
week to spend a or so with his
, Pressing: and established, and with a promising
cast Hayward died Sunday night,
an entire absence of mnd-sllnglng. brother C. C. and his DeLand friend have you Inquire about
Walton Is yet at large, the officers getting future. We have a
' The business Is ben has been elected the in very
trucking getting to He physician clue to his whereabouts.
Woodland BoulevardOver no as this
North
15 reasonable price upon this business property.
important one In Volnsia county. charge of the Wesley Memorial Hospital
Kruse's Bicycle Shop) The Normal and Model School Commencement -
'I" ( Daytona is coming to tbe front as an at Atlanta, and begins with 81000 per and would advise anyone -
.1 at Stetson will be held at 10
important center for celery growers. looking for a favorable openingof
year.Messrs. o'clock Monday, a. m. Everybody
Fred Smith Haynes and on E. H. HAYWARDReal
loaning Pressing and Repairing Neatlypone Miss Katie Dreggers: daughter of Mr. should turn out and pay a tribute to this kind to obtain full particulars
Goodie, the DeLand peach are
growers
Estate and Fire Insurance.::
J.M. Draggers of Stetson, was married the more than 100 school teachers who from as at once.
and WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. at the home of her sister at Green Cove busy getting tbe crops to market. bare Dome among as this year. President No. 37 DeLand

t Springs last Saturday to Mr. Perry Heavy shipments will begin by them Edward Conrade of the St. Petersburg GOULD BROTHERS S. Boulevard Fla. (
next week. Peaches are for sale in our
Green. Normal Industrial and High ,
market, bat they are small and high in
rVdlve: Our Special Attention to Cleaning and The Kindergarten, Grammar School School, will deliver the addreea to tbe
price. There will be plenty of lusciousones
Ladles Skirts and Coats. and Mnslo Department of the Public olaas. There will be songs and drill by :::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...
In now In a week or ten daye.Mr. t "
School are preparing some closing exercise the children of the grades and an exhibit

1Pressing Box No. 383'aa for Thursday and Friday evenings H. B. Stevens returned Saturday of the kindergarten' department. !iI I When you purchase
he attended
from Gainesville where an
Record to note that Mr.
of next w ek. The regrets 1 'II'
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fi1I1l annual meeting of State Horticultural highgradeGROCERIES
Alcott stricken with par.11elslaet
W. W. was
;J. F. McCORKLE, Propr Prof. Subtle of the of
Department Society. He entered DeLand as tbe
aide is
The entire I
: f week. right i
a- 1 1or II III
Public Speaking and Director the r
..: 'f"' :o&. ?o :&:on place for the Society meet next year, paralyzed from head to foot and he has a ,
Normal of Stetson will
Department I
and was beaten by only seven votes.
__ no use of this side. The brother, Mr. I if '>you are well advised 1\'
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--- -n- a summeron He would have had he not been s
c wiI' ...;..;:,.......;...:..,, bU lot Michigan Ave. won Thomas L. Alcott, was at once telegraphed I I 1 T you will come here, be. {It
on on delayed in reaching Gainesville. It
for, arriving from Chicago the i '
!/ 'The Hayward Agency sold to Rev. goes to Daytona next year, latter of the week. Mr. Alcott Is II cause you will get; better:, :
BREAKERS BY SEA sEASREEtE//J I part { GRO and fresher for the :1'1':1'1'i
THE" : Morton W. Spencer, this week, the Me+ers. A. J. Sheldon, A. J. Wake about the same from the time he was i I goods t ,
r Forbes house on' Voorbls avenue Mr. field 8. V. Andrews and N S. Roberts strlckened bat cheerful and hopeful, same money than' you'
Will be opened June,; i. under'the, sod, Mr. Spencer are from Tavares. of Lake Helen and S. B. Race of Ohio, and his many DeLand friends sincerely II -- will get anywhere else in] ,, f.II f.
Management of I. M. MABBBTTB bat will make DeLand their home. join in the hope that ha will soon be //
have purchased gardening lands In the himself again.MM. /I town. Oi ve us your trade

The ladles of DeLand can do a great Hough tract, through the Gould II / for a week and we will be '. 1
> house will be conducted on a higher plane than ever before, ,thorn deal of good In furthering art culture Agency;'and are having same cleared C. A, MMIIIer's"500." < It'f fII
'enoTated and refurnished.:' Rooms single or enanlte, with or with-. : in the cltt' by taking their children to tor the purpose of patting in garden. A very pleasant afternoon card partywas Ii sure to add you to our long list of regular and satisfied

kte _tb.. Fine fishing and.tbe beat sort bathing in: the world! ,, : .ee the Traveling Art Exhibit at DeLand' next! fall. There was but one garden In given Friday afternoon by Mrs. customer 'tW :

4+ Sea Food a Specialty.:. A Trial. Solicited. Hall daring. Commencement this tract last. winter, that of N. 8. Charles A Miller. There were five II i c.. :

Hates tl day aad upward, according to'location. .et..o nll'. week. Roberts, which attracted considerable tables. "Five hundred" was the game II 'R wish to call your attention to our. Coffees and T...., f ';
| per, Mrs.' Irma 'Swift-Barns' of Selma, attention, but next season them will bea played. After tbe game most delicious
+ The "Barrington Hall .teel ut is the best Mocha
Ali, spending a week"n ith her aunt, large acreage in vegetables/ refreshments were served, consisting of I : ; i:
i Mrs. O. P. Swift She Is the! .daughterof ''DeLand I is .famous over the county salads, saltines, sandwiches, olives, I and Java in lib. cans at 85 cents, and is. very1.popular j,,'Ford '"1

Marsh Market. the Ute Mr Swift, residing here a tOT the! healthy locality of its 'section, bon bons, loed tea and coffee. the best 25o Ooffee in the city, nothing compares with ant! 4

|s Requested. The choicest number of yean In the,,.first,history"of her fine citizenship, her beautiful shady "Niagara: ;" once used, always used.;' A full line of Tetle f'? .. .

reby requested for putting eave If yon your want orders the with us. onto The of best Meats of DeLand. shelled streets and .. the town in which Art Exhibit Arrives.Prof. and.White Rose Teas in packages aodbulk..,,, """V t 'f'

bridge over Deep Onek, on, Beef Mutton and Pork; Boasts and If yon want to select i a beautiful the John B, Stetson University Is located '
Snhrle informs ns that the art for.s trial ," .* I ;f;
Asking are
road we
and New Smyrna Chops Sansagee Hamburg Steak, picture for your home vteU.DeLand and oar citlisns should,continue to exhibit has arrived and that everything '. \ .
.he Aiken bridge and Said new re- freed and salted Him.,Breakfast Bacon, Hall May 93-86! and see the two hundred spread this fame i And the class of new Is in readiness In DeLand Hall for the Tours respectfully. t ;
ptst ere of fouad new timbers necessary etc ,Courteous, attention. and, prompt I pictures on exhibit there by Horace K, settlers i we 'get am all of ,the higher admission of visitor and art lovers on '
'submitted' to tbe nndar- delivery. Marsh;Bros. ,Turner Company of Boston. Charge of standard. They oome and Invest and Friday morning at 8' o'clock. .'The Phone 79 A. H. WOODA1X ::,
exhibit will remain till Tuesday eve- .
teen. Florida on or before 'admission to_ exhibit_only nominal. build,.bonus,al DeLand.for the above nlng. Everybody In. DeLand should '" '" I
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rural
good
i Favored ultimately result to. giving the entirecountry res of the proposition o to a friend asking for. a l.
Construction
of Prevention of Hard
generally
Damaging
PoScy becoming K
to Make and Maintain Thto fact U a possibility _
a s7U.em' permanent public How I i rd b ante of 91O to .b* i

by>> tbe National Grange. highway constructed' after tb*' most Highways by Automobiles.THE Model Earth Highways. 1 recognized, and to forty every ac.te"I tk. N. ato of the p.telo of term of ctD. Tbtt
tendI Union
a all the
dentine methods coder tn* ,joint an; the Costa there to manifested ._ In numbering past favor, bB

pervkdon. *f tn.*oarJooal highway. a ermhesles I Cry to remedy. this .vU by state appro- ... .D and In mount each month dnrtafTVthat

GOVERNMENT'S AID WANTED. and the vsrion township.coaoty EFFECT OF TWO TIRES. USE OF LOG DRAG ADVISED. !I prlation far the establishment of good gorse case a ..rltb. canal of mud covered two trial. and u"'?

-and'state aothorttiea. _Tb entneer Architect two Important little or mountain ,
I I public highways; say the bud bU tint Intervening. One day njJJ i
and construction staff of the class' 10 together. To get from ?,
( I> and BuildersJournal Among oo to him to luqol.Into the .
,.,...,. A.* For Notion Highway commission and die appropriationsmade Soft Rubber Variety Injures Where Tire. I' roads Middlesboro to Barton. In adjoining expending 071
Beware of Water and Nsrvew i'of to the need of good .lo..a
fin--r-'r-: *nsl rr ,...... Aoarsarlatiias by cougie** will be available for th* Iran Itnpf.-*-International gays Federal Bur.of Pubis people better than by the farmers and! counties one has to take a railroad U was and to boy occasW]

to I__ aosl ataintnta aiding In the Improvement of any roadsIn Cry.... *f Highway EngineersWill realized crab through Virginia and then scramble meals a few and L
u pursuit a
"whlto ......i..y. every part of the country and tIN Discos* Uv* 1__ Roads-Best Implements to others engaged In agricultural oo horseback over the most precipitous Just as a cpr of

road so Improved will be a constant Hew and W"to Plow. raw within recent year these same ) road In the Booth to the Mat lot for m.ter
,
'J- _U-.I a. orgaw.' Few would think that the soft the Idea of the stat ,"ICDI.r. ]O. toy
grange Inducement to each community; to cooperate pneumatic people opposed of Barton county.
While. American road bonders are as ,' this his a"loD..hm-ut that the
for
tioa of farmers t* twenty-seven states.wttti In making our road system; tire of tb* whining automobile issuing booda to raise money The bill provide a constitutional pyre

aai atgregaI membership of nearly what tIN wealth and Intelligence ofour could: so shorten the life of tile macadam capable of constructing good roads as .. purpose for. by a false. Inception: of amendment to b* voted 0 at the next never on an extra mdfW

aJOOQjOOO members, ha* for a number people entitle us to have-tb* best roads aa to absorb the attention those of any country' of tbe old world economy they reasoned that the cost ofI legislative ejection In 19 I give not .rted In JalL a cigar .1 the tbD

of year advocated tile enactment In .... world. of highway engineers of every. civilized they have not been a* loyally supported I I I modern Improved highways would each county to asa 5 per cent what In \

country of the globe yet they are doing a* the men of those countries la mean an Increase of taxes. total p..e for roadI" -e tbuOd.6
by 'Juliana* of legislation. creating a of Its .1110 the man. 'ha .
eommhwloa a adsaaklsxg ROADMAKING EXPERIMENT an Incradlbl amount of damage maintaining the highways: after completion Since however they have bad practical and building In distinction to the present goo month* bD d
BaOonal
klghways
daily to rock surfaced highways and and the deplorable state of demonstrations of the advantage* wniib thl .
for tbeto law. provides ODJ : p "I to two
liberal appropriations Franc .baa called an International coogrem hundred thousand miles of roadIs of good roads by tbe saving they afford/ of ,. : ; .abrl'J PKHA,
the
Uo Native Stone In vaw
Island Town to maul cent llb
..--c of tile pubic roach Dan Long of highway engineer at Paris to time and tbe wear and tear of horse Its 300 baua replied the prison,,,It
bulletin .
Mci-oonted for. a has but
From Sound Shore a* Foundation.Tbe tbo says which now
SW don't
-Too do
tog;'la. past year tile grange .has perfeetfd oo CH-t 11 to discus this: latest and and vehicles. DO clas. of people to more .. It would suppose yon bat'
town board of Blverkead. N. T_ I from the United States offlce of public It to mile of highway pIk going tn pass through .
plan conducting a wiI>> most startling; road problem. enthusiastic to their advocacy. though S2OOOOO .- tbs tWcritical
decided to make an experiment ID and township officials thus have f&lUfiO.
baa
Iaystemade. eddoaaJ tar To understand bow the broad soft roads County DOt the farmer alone who to benefited could. be well kept apT 'Im o my life, 1}
road building and It Isn't going to I at the outset stand tbe expense of roads. Others Its roads tog out what everybody
of modern may of good (
tire tile
robber gasoline the building
Pate. for tile purpose of abowlng lb.Urgewt by: from Jefferson and b'II
have the xperlmeot on a crossroad or road built but they strenuously Sod It .ppriadO about Tork
mr-N.w
Bcastty for the adoption of a propelled Juggernaut kills the roada I having a who for business or pleasure .
woods somewhere but right oo -
.oo.
m the when asked to providefunds travel public highwaysfrom ---+-
which Iron tired wagons Improve one : object necessary to by the -
to
broad comprehensive. policy of pobUe a busy pan of Main street to the heart mu.l have at least an Inkling of the to rebuild the rued that.has been city to dry or from town to town Nothing Is mM aooo the immense The Star Chamber. I t I

big*way Improvement by tile various of tbe bosloes section. methods adopted by Tresanget of LIrnogm I alloneil. to EO to ruin. appreciate the advantage of a smooch Itinerant merchants of or Kentucky than P.rb..p the moat ..aur rye
astbort- At recent meeting It Toted to spend rural' population
and state
tow lalaJp.17., a railroad these of all tn
of
tb
whenthe
and Macadam of Ayrshire I Il In Important that farmers learn solid roadbed. Like like .n. Y.OI'
.
u.e:aJad to radoc tbe national governBjint not over SLOOO to rebuild tbat section. so called modern first rock ..arI I the .brnents to be derived\ from good viaducts. are an Incentive u development road Any polt..D who.4UMJO G.-i the star chamber. (

to lend tea assistance to a _.. of Main street between Boanoke sjrenoe faced blgbwsys were planned and pot I and It to demonstrable that wherever ernor WUIa. Ira..1 knows mil.that !! ..I dedoe path one Pi
cborch. uIng *- during a
and the Congregational
Deal Intended to secure the eatabJtsbsnesu >>- down Macadam figured that the constant ;1 V t good roada have been established rosjx i.mplc brow a gentle declivity
are h'
native gathered from the hanlsblps
of a compete .yte. of properly atone passing of Iron tired wagon that section' has developed In material th uDdeu. was that the roof of folded o frww
sound shore a few anile distant fort i has really] tremDdO Often WIJt .
uissitiBitoil i road .. all section of tbeCnftad iI prosperity and tbe value of property stone had Tlefc
dJupP.r |
>*"'be4'of the road and tb* nsaal I true of so sore from the Jolting oo some mountain !
to particularly:
State. crashed trap rock for top dressing I enhanced. This vow path that be ..aul fall from Is impprvlous. tb.rays o
"
of the suburb* of large d ftLImpro.ed -The star chamber anguide
I( to eoaunded by the member "IJ
mod- down on a rock,
Thto road to now a deplorable horse and.
roada have proved themselves b 1.1 and. bidding his
tb of "
tb that Improvement
grange -
bole. It to believed the native stone ) I refuse to a step farther until b
Incentive to
to be an attractive r. their out and to look m'nplar
our highway* ta fully a* deservingof r9 _
ljbl
One In
which to of the proper,size wlthatcrosbagfl : and erect was at ease. .
f4rJ.J*poro| toOna*. ...to-;.tb* nrbanltes to purchase Iota aeblaj np a side ga
? b* folly equal to macadam .-; coming down a steep hillside In Letcher JI.
:', .. .. dwellings. Modern demands In this respect darkness above -
sod ; lit
of "
hnprovemeat onr wstenrsj* from .. Iebl.D. ?
material brought points made even by
that tn* work of the proposed national 11' .. '-. I have enlisted the attention of at. Doadurabl. stare come out one by one mitt*
r .
,
distant to Long Island, and If It proves "'.. .... devoted tbelr the footed horse because of Its
: road engineers woo bav In a real .t i\\
highway :eonuntoBlcas would greatly JJ : merrily as {
sufficient for the need road building In / : of disrepair and roughness the animalstumbled .
attenuate the constmctloo of better ,, \ .. thought and skill In the construction shoots across the line of
Blvernead town will be greatly c..po.Ded. : 1
road by the various states, countie ,. .:= ==- .-I these highways, and they are built the glory of the Milky WIT
I ... -Gosh. Willson nearly ,'
the
Instead of by "h
and BsiBhJi Tbe splendid road srs- from scientific plans .p Tbe Illusion to and I tht
It to Interesting to not also In this i. went campalgnrSheer prfe
tam ill rnuse. adsattud to b* the best DAnaGi O srracT:: OF ACTOMOBII.BB. MOLD OKADEn a* woax. haphazard system which. formerly prevailed tlon not far to pU
connection that under the new dog tax attended below' ran a rock down to

to) ,th* world, to declared to be do. o'eruab..d stone highway would earth roa..... tbat county boards be .Impressed :, and which was Invariably....uJt&. Tb a valley 5OO feet .a The ceiling I heavily .

chiefly to the road policy of the French t J grind dust particles from the stones with the need of a proper by unsatisfactory and Should the people ratify. the Boe- mauguumv dlo&ld. and, is

-.tf .M government, Under which! a Introduction of Improved macadam here and there'yldi fcrystals
fill allInterstice.
those would In road
that particles maintenance of the same and tbat bill' there will begin an pier

corps of highly trained engineers plan and that wettings and roU- builder and overseers learn bow best : bltulithlc pacing baa don much. to .orWT.t building such tbe of Jum. The guile "

and direct the work of constructing would not only give a bard popularize modern roada Properl.1d. era' s p bind this 1'1
Ins tbelr
for the roads In charge.
to care I ple of Kentucky bar never known .lnl. th
Economically

and b
and maintaining tb* principal roada of they are durable
.fatO.
smooth surface bat tbat the highway The peraUtent and powerful enemies fore. A.1a t. highway associationwill their lamps produce t 1
considered their cost : money
)
that country.Tn would Improve a* tbe :years peaI of earth roads are water and narrow : be appointed and competent civil miniature firmament with t

deplorable condition of most of I For a century and a quarter the wisdom tires, and the constant effort of the well Invested' as. the relative relief In charge of the work of gypsum for stars.-Xew ;
tile road to the Catted State, probably from wear and tear, tbe facilitation of engineers put
of the scotch road builder was men In charge of the roads should be

the worst to any dvUtoed country Justified. Every country that .lays to guard agalust tbelr destructive' effects travel and tb benefit resulting to proxi H* Grasped the 10f:1 j)

to generally recognised, and It to haste property more than compensate VALUE OF THE DRAG.D. .
I claim to civilization adopted tt. and and remedy all damage as quickly i I "Tommr," imlJ nls
Urged bJ'. tile grang that tt to high. road laid for the original outlay.
thousands of miles of were as f*gjble. The simple! Implements .. 'clrcuuwianttol evIdoallB
time that action should be taken by I Wan Kino Assorts split Log Variety .o
annually In France. Germany England. .. be of rfnfumiitnntlal
.bi<-b have been found to great In the lesson. Do you

tile .national government to bring order Holland and the Coiled States. a-wbunce In tbla work are the I OIL TO LAY DUST. .Obliterated Mudholes. evidence bo 4

oat of tile existing chaotic condition | Then came the automobile and a wheel "Missouri b today hundreds of lr
I 1"1 the drag scraper, the scrap Tommy replied that be did Ub

ad substitute a dentinc policyof I few years after Its arrival the roadoreneen the. road grader and the split log CI.e.n Park Official Believe I I. mIl of muddy mod road without a -Well. I ...1 explain Ittoj' '.

road construction and Improvement to notice the single mndhole to tb* D. '
began Than mlesai f
Iras. Cheaper W.t. know nf\ f
1
for th* haphazard method which nowprevail detertora-I I I Ward In lu.lrall.oou
I King opening speech on
tion of these highway with a safely soil and a subsoil oft Hundreds of gallons of crude oil against eating apples"hkfKuppcwe

to so large an. extent Ilevel I stretches became menu with ,t' isr ..r clay ....'1 gravel, deep plowing.M be by Cleveland. U.. the coming w i "Good Roads" at Troy, Mo, the other some morning I

Th* following resolutions, imanl- surface stones ruts became frequent I I > .... 10 r*!...e and mix the clay with summer o In laying the dust on tbe bou afternoon. "A muddy mud road without you In your seat with a .

mw.IJ adopted by tb* National and dust clouds were constantly settling the surface soil, and sand, will prove and park roads.It a mod bole." ..I b*. "is a product In Trout of your face. 1 b

.rang* glv tile point of view from J arauDUre cup axLIa. I' 00 the adjacent property. The neficUL. Tbe combination form a I I..r has been decided by park official of the Ki road drag. By no other but I go around N.b II

which the farmers regard' the quo tioaof trouble was quickly traced to the antomoblle road at a trifling to system mud roads without mud- i presently
the town has so far received nearly s.iml-iluy .speuse.D that for dual laying pur you are sitting You are ,
federal aid to public road Improve-:: o boles Th .. hours .
.. tbe other band. If the road be entirely b m.d
-1"- enough money from die canine U cheaper than water. Experiments .Dt.'our lug your lesson, but I 81
a *nt: pay for this Improvement Tbe doge These machines through the tractive' of sand a mistake will be mad | were conducted .last summer by Sa of Just past baa course mad face to while'sieve r

--.. The lmmu.omoot of the btoh. force exerted by their the mud toads muddy but on m7 way .mKr
and centrifugal : be add
If II Is plowed unless clay can
have brought to (90O let I pertntendent Starke and Park Engineer of ,"
way of the oooatry I* a matter of ajoa- your t
oral *-blle __ and should propertynoorv If using the ware stone proves sat rapidly turning wheel were pulling I ed. Such plowing would merely' deepen i" Stincbcomb. and It waa announced from Mexico I .saw from the car window ly eaten apple. H cG| J I II

"tfe*' attention and aostacaaos of factory( ; the experiment will .bar a tile rock dust from one roads and the lead and at the same time break I recently that tbe crude oil mile after wile,of _"I road on should knowt Just u .d, f
_..-. .... compI which In of therein mod-
aererematl clouds. spite not a
swirling! It away to blinding the. small amount of bard surface
won.. re1..d wider Influence than merely local for 1 up lion would be flue) this season had caught you at It that ji'4
rerrr bF
.
there to quantity; of material! While every iron bound wagon ten material which may have formed. If of for sprinkling bole could be found. Near M.ru
.b'pspl. of Ute.y. u awbo a great I I .Ie pur an I
.. .. doing Its own small percentage of subioll Is and the surface burg and on each bDU "ple.Jt
.bad be d.vot.d tar .- that can be gathered at ao almost nominal was I the clay A composition of crude sap W.I..I..o .I. not Jee .von dDlm
M. to p.- wweb will brat tbe roods In other rock crushing dust making road Kant In sand or gravel plowing shouldnot t New Flor! Weot..U. cu.
cost and utilized on Is used and this to diluted with .t a Is a In which clroumititfldence
.__ ,
of U>* tsxpararai b a.U other points along the line stretches .
and rock tamping In are
nines *r the .tai: aad.WlMrvaa. townBferbesd's smoothing every i I be resorted to. as It would result At first tbe proportion of the crude oilmixture you. Do joe k..

No aravnaettt cats be ..,..- highway commissioner rubber automobile tire was ondotng a clay surface rather than ODe of sand i to great but after. a eatingforma that to the practiced eye stY..ldeDc know coo..lc what It to now?"

t.'wbPerlpr'.nenar.pvroprt tlaa. oriiinnu that work by taking the dust away. I or gravel A road foreman must knownot of tbe us* of tb road dreg" bale,
baa also been authorized to ascertain the roadways It. U necessaryto sold J
ea bebalf of rhre and harborserwswsts Tresanget and Macadam knew that only what to plow and what not to I o Mr. King went to Troy at the "Yes. m.'a. To)
small In tb. Ia.ttUOD 1rtCompanion
... Imaa doss the cost of a stone crusher. Possibly Ii use but a amount wa In scno !
mot apply err I I eating apple -
the effect' of wtgon traffic would be plow, but bow and when to plow. If of County Engineer T.
.. 'WI".r .err Blverbead win buy on. and not only llr. and the necessity for sprinklingalso A B

.-... her.Mew make Ita' own macadam material of beneficial to rock surface roads but the road la of the kind which accordIng becomes less and less. A well ley and represented tb state bleb 'ft.

-.... :4bet 1M errI 1 snap ta.err. both coarse and fine sizes! but also they never suspected' that In future to the above Instructions, should beplo..ed coated roadway sprinkled but way commll He a that Missouri ---
.0 b .19
a'g..err p.4Mt 01 -doI Mormons
g. .
machines guided by its whole width, the best greater In
chugging progress
over T.
_' r-' .. make some to sell to other towns using years once In two the height of bd
begoggled. speed mad enthusiast method Is to run the first furrow la the solving the problem of better roads The Book Mormon tyf
order sea --: and.3"ad. the rocks along tb* sound sbor the summer season after the system i

;, TIoMra_ the Imm.dlat.resew'sf for the purpose. Some think It wouldnot would rush frantically across the lace middle of the road and work out to the to In force. I than any other atat 1 the CD IS20. Joseph Smith of fmJ'

tq/.rd.. b e..arer manpg of nature or that the wheels of the sides, thus forming a crown. Results claimed that be bad
..pre.rl.Dre leer lb.Yaxlw only provide a way to get better o of oil ..0 be a great .labor rT

tart d 1M ....... highways 01 highways) for Blverbead, at a moderate odd vehicles' In which they Journeyed from such plowing are greatest In the ..nr.- sold Superintendent Stark HOW TO HAVE GOOD new Bible for all 'J

__ ... would be bound b7 air stuffed robber. or early summer.In ROADS preaching Mormon doctriwlJ* )
Ute er1 .07.. apperae 10 cost bat would be a pay big Investment spring "We *t nearly so many

............ .....-- -. .. "--- through a lethe of tb* maradsmMaintenance The antidote Ilea In the discovery' of ditches a plow can be used to good men ..1 ae Jersey Farmer Suggests a rollowe.who migrated

mat rm.ralb. rY"Hatire a method which will benefit both the advantage but should be followed by a .. Avoid t to l.Dr

I "bill ,1X837.: Introduced ba <<>11- ..i..1 RI were driven* Ij'
wide,
road and the car. Study to overcomeexisting : scraper or grader To make deep
..... Road ;.. Canada. A farmer at N. J, writesas
of Macadam R.
FDdeme
xan. aa UO&'by Han:;: Prank improvement then
., conditions by creating better ditches nothing better than the ordinary .. They went to
of Ifew,Bam........, which No macadam road to going to be conditions: la now going forward, and It drag scraper has yet been de- The t..elth annual report on highway folo. to the editor of the New the city of Nanvoo. and a
York
Fu '. '...... alas* keep the coarser Improvement In the of Evening Telegram: 1
tW of tb* nationaltUsiabjet. permanent yon to practically certain that when the deed For hauls under a hundred feet pr..lac I would lygamy but they met ...It .
like
provide' for. stones covered: op. A Boor win Ont.rQ Canada, which has recently to call tbe attention of
International congress meets there or In making fills! It Is especially road position there and aDall"
ta* creation ofia national highways) : never wear out Jf>6n Keep ft carpeted ba to the mastery and antomoblllsta to a
lel.tar Sail
will be a solution of tb* road problem serviceable. It la a mistake however matter ronxitleratlon Lake. They b"
commiasfad and' for tb 'construction. and Just tb* sam and the evil effects of the automobilewill to attempt to handle long haul matsrial O before,the.foreig i
thfl at1
the road from wearing out. Carpet It, salt during the oastyear. part 'ou."c'Dtir great benefit .
ad of
Improvement.a maintenance public .cmpUb 0 of the I
b* turned to a benefit. l with this scraper, as the wheel OD'UIe the ".a part
: ....1RJ'L. It dUren'hom the numerous patch It. but patch) It andtearpetlitwith Tbe expenditure .
Director Page of the office of public la better adapted to such work. by a with
scraper Yelc
bills oo that subject now pendWbefor the sam >jpd,ofj a>*UrlaJ aa it road* of the Cnlted States department For haul of more than 800 feet a country road ..tem which baa been la On some of the rda of Long l"a t"l ,

to mad of crushed stone and not adopted b7 fourteen a notice requesting
eogren*'CD'aa.t" provides couotl.mODt pled persona (
wbo received should be used. *
recently Wise
of agriculture wagon The Seven
to date to $ /. .. the confine their .
for tile direct expenditure of the proposed with mad from the shoulder or provincial dr t vehicles ton
through' the French ambassador. U.aueraod. The machine moat generally used Inroad I The uauies and ch.racterWJ
MprUCMr In road constrac- ditches. A highway commissioner or government baa paid S36&219. single pan of the thoroughfare. thus
sp an Invitation to attend the work Is tbe grader or road ma I Isms of tbe seven wine mea t: C
doe and Improvement' by national patbmaster wbo will scrape a lot of The systems, .bllab In these counties : I producing two ruta. constant wear on '
lb.
at Parts In the fall was asked chine. This machine la especially useful I followsSolos i-Z-
congress which are is
government .'avrtin* .. eo-operadon mud on top of a gravel or sons road comprise ZA3O mile of highway uses -tbe roadway np In very Gr ."
recently If the life of the highwayswas In smoothing and crowning the ToelettC.Suretyship
In :
"Notblng
to b tb center of attraction at or about per cent of the total short order.: Compliance with the excess
with tile stat highway com mission" or ought 1 I post
,
so seriously menaced as to Justifya road and lu opening Ht<-biA clay" ed brings ruin: \
other autborltie baring ..psrvi.ion-oftb the rear end" of four mole. standing at mileage. If remaining conu request on the roads mentioned JM
condemnation of the motor car ando subsoil under a thin ruuliug of soil
Mltylene "Know thine )
pnbUe roads. Th* amount,of the different angle and be kicked"Into a should avail themselves of tb provisions keep them smooth throughout their ,

WroprtfctiaD'stated ..-,.. bill to JSO.OOOUOOOL .- cocked bat. to be worn on the head of warrant an International congress should not be disturbed with a grader. of the act granting governmentalaid :entire leuittb and breadth and a delight Bias of Prlene In j
discus It."Nobody It Is also a mistake to nee a gniderIndbx
to be made available at the some -bsM road enthusiast.. that the to and establish systems In the ..m to motoriHtavaod" all other using workers spoil the .C'I
of and t
material
who has mad a study rlmlnaiely to pull 1
rM' rtlOjOoaoOIf: >ear'r/wblch .11 enthusiast may be known of ail men proportion to their Onion avuuu*In this. ( SpartaKnow'thyself
tot mies.I
the hard surface roads of the or any from ditches upon a sand-clay road. Ia' towD'JladU Rhodes.Moderation la
toast $30O.OOO to to be expended In alb. for what be really ...-. dune Every would give the province a favorite with Ir.
other would to dray Not Infrequently turf soil and silt I
tat* at th* rate of not__.tJai" J1OO1- 1 contractor should be required to leave. country attempt about 60 mile of Improved high .b Lal 1.'a1 role ..,posted and and Pel.adr of Cainth."yUr-
that the motor car to constantly shortening from ditch bottoms are piled In tbe 0
In .
COO annually.Th at least flv. cubic yards of stone chips ways. I would be a On* 'b things. b
the Uf* of inch thoroughfares middle of the road In a rtdze. making r af.r
member of the grange and the to tile'mCe.. Dot dust but chip Instead It conslata of two long
said the director "but" that to: no reason mudbolea a certainty. It Is Important rot
f"rorT* t+ *?*ra| in all section* of' measuring from one-eighth Inch to Good Outlook For Road 1.._:tfr<)m one to a Inches In depth, which Simply R.vwsd. I
avoid
for the condemnation: of the aoto- In using a grader to building np bkjnge's
tile coMtry W vlmWosly demarxflng tort* quarters Inch and whenever It Is. reported that the tU reaulr, *,constant. attention and repair, 'BI1I-I' see h* Is trying
mobile. T'b. arrival of this machln the road too much at oDe time. A roadnM'lually '
....er**t of this bill and tt to. b*.. I there to a depression that wfll bold apart of Virginia bad a surplus a sentence reversed
baa created n new and unlocked for built np by frequent" use of _
Itemed.thattt will becom law to tbe of water put In a quart of of the past year of 1.000.0 to be appropriated Print IIIF-What was the Of
G HI.hw.y.
,
the will last letter than If
It
condition. That means tbat the new grader completed
a.al'fatnre. stone and,*.uttto ,mesa U, Otto ,ta by the This At a recent 'meeU 01 'the Tem dollar O ten daJIl0y 0
condition must be studied and the at one operation.The G
Xbider th. prov moor. of hons .MilJlS3Tlt don*'thro or 'four tbne t. year. liver amount It to said eor any sunPlus .,Roads league lo "Well. I don't see
have arisen. must .besolved. foreman frequently think his c .
problems which Dt WbaPII'do
v win bs poaeibl<< for the na- all your macadam road you win be in the history the state. I to Maryland It was decided to have It ...
becaasetpe road most be high In din first Instance
It does not man that
' d ..aJ.aia eommi eon to"applyopriation surprised bow little It"costs"to keep encouraging news for road Improvewent :a wanto 'lo *., Prizesaggres "Why notr _
the arrivalof He piles material from p -
thi! <...... *) provided for In that them tn repair. However.. It allowed roads suffer. through up .d..ot. The state Is becoming gating $300 .1 given when the -oal"'t rl day o*U>*
Inches foot In
II' .......are. to the construction Improw.Ii .. to get out of repair you. will be aj the in motor the Interest ear tile of motor road preservation. car shall- ten learn with the to a arrival of depth the first only rain to thoroughly aroused to the Dell for split lo drag to nsed. .follow: Font bdr'-"T ) .Statesman.Tolerant ..

\ west or msmtenance of pnbile much how pass good radon The member legislature beat Improved
.. any IRII'pI'tMoL.to ne*. quickly that be has furnished the material for $lo mil of road I
road lbs'any serUb '., 'the country they will go tb piece. The best way : .commlte to their constituents .It a radius of eight mile of OrlsntsU
IroIMNtant Inches of mud. All material
automobile as '
1 the aa an many
regard E
e ...* all r.4a.cc' with or toad ... If yea do aot.Intend to keep them In the m.te of road Improve ; third and fourth Both the Chinese and 11
factor In the upbuilding of nbould be brought op In thin layers, aac prl.
tote son** other road sad In Interstatecanosns to pet'fecit repair, don't ever pay. out ment. Swanson Is himself an Ml. $ &d A bar nhown throughout
civilization. and It baa com to stay each layer well paddled' and firmly $Ipd.et.1 d'
; :*: | ja| pftailded as) !fear bfll a>* money-.to baud then 1 ,ardent good roads advocateHustling of.$will 'Io pr great toleration In m.te 'f
It baa created condition demanding packed by roller or traffic before th* 'bt f
Oat tile cntnintoswa).hall. half Even
a* mile of road .. the persecution CJJthe ;

_....aet -operaMoBande.]
world. I In the to crown too high with the road rr.t oDAte
of the see solution machine -
atiosxwth..tb*, antkortttoa having la "Memoirs of,Famous Tria..." by rmeers Good road sentiment to sweeping and $5. poifka4.rnasss]
of Ideal dastS on road. pr bU pr'7'.I.
short a narrow
**
nothing .
r cbarg d ta constrnction and hnarovemet Rev.;*V\ T. Baroaby to -aa amusing the (O.I section of the country -- I I J
!
--. ..." The split log drag should be used < _-_ _
f' ., the public highway of story;about the'lat lord Bowen. -abrmtant. aa never belo. and If I.rme Proper C.S..t
to Bll la rut and smooth the
road
I' tIN asrveral Mnta*. and. to aceordaac*. .brUUaxtnal rind clever Judge.Hirlordship .- keep np the work. they have ;ln anlrt to G Re Th Vast
' Rakb when not too washed Tb .tr In
Highway ** badly drag ,
'i. wftn,tmto provtoton dletrlbution of wanted a lift to tile lordcbaanOel".ktut all road from will b good condition It "e. "Your ...It.
COD to Ue
When rocks an raked out of tb eroadways possesses great merit and .Is so simple! .er w I.
? tIN amount appropriated will b* tn 1883 and doesn't
f sprrasd'by'rj addreaaeoT''tb boal..r gravel aionpld. W1ti"(
C.ro .t hfgsei .hr.
; they sboald be gathered up In construction and operation tbat b < Ipter
1 wtobe of' the of ,
-people of following request to bin offered vials ao that the I a-
and hauled away. Too often they are every; farmer should have one.. 1 pr pn repair the
; ta. ......'Mlllle tnrongh their pMlen old 'Mend. I.r..lr. Matbew: left beside the wheel rat. where good rc dividing t. requirements "d can get C i without Ueekton. ,, Anyway,

: lia>etoto.lpaderthto policy tees IfV Dene_3. C-Wni.y_ b* free'to ..... paa. hi al way a* I excite much com too la It go2 luctant about

<,z,' ,win lie'no'dsngve-of some road la eerata ry. ma. bold 1*.tb... ro your ......* to lag travel'. .works' them back Into therod Car *f Culverts and Bridge petition. More woe,. for will lo, l Boon .ruts o star.
l ...-..-. Into 'the ditch only to b* Pl appear on the t"l
or *
If
tea. breakfast be Intends lot > art.c _
' M rttnmo.<.ountTyreelvtog. AH kinds of roads have culverts.bridges soon b* raised W., ofi fates good /
wo.'on f November next D. be B B" b material should
A Vv olatitooa handled should be
over sgaln;; They "
than tbelr fair ..br of die fadami and ditches, and these should feted to boater know
Dee* hndrvd ... ""'Iy._ .... D_ for Lady Improve long stretch. added and B* a The
t1 *poroprtotion, -. the people of & from Cornwall G.. will absent bo and deposited. to pile outside the traveledwy. always be attended to. Paint all Iron road fre* of charge If the o .p.Ito. Jdoe' or ly the man who ..11 t 3 ,

ere_ ..... can lie reLied spas to so I| say that ah* would i rather we hoe Ia_ pat upon-died location and and woodwork. Keep all culvert. and furnish him a machln ea -' "lam r .p7 to torn op or trto to "
" band be D daab D t an send k* Londo totar semi to drstaag wale ltd
tact ttsstr higftsrar. authorities lastot nta has ...- fee sack n mds.eboly.pnsrrWaml. ditches aped tlt .. f 9' notntnK.aan Lt_
.
...,....-let 4to sn approprtaaoa ta.r4 w Wlbrelr .ar A Dear Friend.T An Ama .N: .

Y onc% Banner .... for ocb road aa The Turning P.I.... Alice-1 ralbe that young Eaf Drawing flesh i. .

will'b1 for lie'best''fcttrast of. In 'T1w Seesaw FVarof.t hear'yer frleo'. Tamaon's'married- TIle I Y a fume In very man's education Top H. has such a_good, ln a hobndrthYbawife .. 'A"bf'eesre-'-

'....... &......U.Wtq'. "I ;Tt enatom f followmg a snees.with again.. .. that envy to Ignorance, that Imitation 'chin. auir! WWwt a as, t One nooj'Jagfnatlon""lo '
"Ay* be. ifestema dearMen'
so
rt.." ., "1MIFIIMtPlM7! !'pa, sot ;...* It n prayer'Ia'1I8st goes *o far back Into the past ta* nssvBsavanat nw these ..... la suicide that'b* most taU [ Has he been kissing "0 to' K Jheaab.UT' "dw. "
to
Ame600A00 oat of tb* total *pproprtoOon Impossible say'when himself for better for won, aa his I CIrIndependent.. ." i to

d of aUKKW rrsfcaDJ" 'bekatate >: It actaafly began.f
' psttnsd la ach of tn. Unltodatntoa. tb* coatoni .originated<" among the As- fun of good no kernel of nourishing I Always "yW. .'Cos.rkcJournaL .- Imaginations .' great

tIIII.t ba b* *xponde ,ta aydaniti'rb.., tbrougtr an opinion of corn can com to MalI through Church Tbey' say Standard and :nme +

.ter par. at thai rate of watr Va* tea tM-dsmger that attended tt after the Lack of CoeratIen."I i his too bestowed oar that plot' of stranger In the "aDD 1 uT""Brtdenfre .
4.; act of neeslng mad a short ...b.-, mid the rvlvsllsC"Brotber me.t Hto inf. r"
prayer around gives him to uu.-EnsoraosxTb at nlghtf! dif. .,
':7 to the coda Th B.ulan Ortmanaw _'t c'C any "Tnrtlsh' Op..l-
In n** sctoesv quite ao strong on I ference bath a <
a
( baby
R "- oobn t "Pa. do ,
... largar or mar easily tasl cried out. -Jupiter, help mr Th doctrinal.points)., As) Stet a*,1 bring I scheme tQ1kep perpetually ."Tea. .O_ one to**/
W.
IE.atttB and will Miner ta snentioasd by Homer, tat people late In* cherub b* trios to put habit of looking nt tile bolt side m -$ em'4t you 4. .
: pervert anytb 'I
't--la- fa9Wtdlla r Ustrlbw- arty Jewish writer* and other an4to them oat of tt tor _berey.ChlcaguTribune. of every' vent to .worth _.tM8 1 A 'tosga j "' i yell',, .tl- U tt rr U.b.draw .p.
IP'o'PN la-wor*. than n !going to bare **
foand...tray navag tub** J a trouaad s jesrrJ.h-- .6'but ton' '
est 1brk.-> **'* !
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