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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 29, 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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Succeeded by: DeLand news
Succeeded by: DeLand news and Volusia County record

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Announcement of THE ISSUE BETWEEN ..j'i ,s ,.f.{ 'I. I .. "" ,. li'xlullllUHfl. II r. '
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To the Democratic Voters of the "General Overconfidcnce"-- is the o TO THE VOTERS ::0'1'

Stale of Florida: I I commander that has lost many a I ',; I ,
In the Democratic Primary held battle lie was in command of ,
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'May 19th, I received more votes than Stockton's forces in the first primary. '"
any of the candidates running for ,This accounts for Gilchrist's lead. of Volusia County :- ::, :
Unite State: Senator. Mr. Fletcher' "General Activity" is a commanderthat ,
I Y tor Infants and ,Children.t received the next highest vote. Therefore wins most of his fights. He has
our names' will be only two on assumed supreme command of Stock-
Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature the ballot which will be voted in the ton's forces for the battle to be ,
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t of Gluts. II. Fletcher and has been made under his Democratic Primary to be held June fought June 16th, and with this O 1 0,
wish
to thank
friends who loyally me| also 'my opponents
my so supported
personal supervision for over SO ;years. Allow no one 16th. leader the fight will be won. ,
deceive you In this. Counterfeits Imitations and I am sincerely grateful to the people :I The issue in the race between and their supporters for their kindly feelings toward me, and hope that I will

i" Jnst-iw-grood" are but Experiments and endanger the State>f of.the Florida several for counties the magnificentvote of the defined.Stockton None and Gilchrist can fail to is now see it.clearly The yet be given a chance to show my appreciation in actions to show you tbatl ''

health. of Children-Experience against Experiment. given me in the first primary.I question before the people of this was worthy of your support, trust and confidence. ,
" recognize the fact that it was not state isSHALL:
ie Kind You Have Always Bought merely a personal tribute, but that I' WHISKEY CONTROL ll 1 ask my friends to not make any untrue or unjust statement: about my oppo- ,
otei: us did because they THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE FOR .
), they they (nent. BK PAIR, JUST AND NOBLK.
'i, Bears the Signature of believed in the principles representedby GOVERNOR?
h me on the stump and in my addresses I I There is but one answer to this o O
....... printed and sent out to the question, and I the answer is: Ill / would rather have the name of conducting a clean fair '

. ,c, i -'---' people.I herein. IIlSurethe people that if I NOr Gilchrist, n good-natured, happy-go- political campaign In Volusla County than have any office

nominated United States Senator lucky man with no record of work In the gift of the people secured through unfair .J
from this State, I will do all in my | for the public good and with no D
Vi. power to effectuf.te legislation that known ideas of statecraft, received means or campaign lies .
In Use For Over Years.
;qtr' ,30_ ( '., \*\\ will more effectually control Inter- more votes in the first primary than
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T"-fNV.UN.ffMV. r MONNAV.V, NOW W ONN on state Commerce. did Stockton, a man who has devotedhis I '
I will urge the adoption of legislation I life to the betterment of condi- My character is clean, I am well qualified intellectually, morally and physically i -

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: VOLUSIA COUNTY ABSTRACT, system.I masses should not be exploited by High School, at Wilson, N. Y. Three months before I was to have graduatedat
jJrofessional (Lards. v shall urge th.t the United States the classes, and who is known as the
INVESTMENT COMPANY.and TITLE INSURANCE enter upon a plan of constructing : champion of the principles that give the Normal I came to Florida. I hold a Rood: first-grade certificate equalledby
.,- of coastal canals by which the people liberty, equality and happi-
system
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of
YME8JW.: PERKINS, Insured. the many inland streams that fre D ; a thorough knowledge book-keeping, have taught in the public
Titles
SSWflfCTORHEY Abstracts furnished and titles perfect. quently parallel! our coast shall be ness.This happened because the whiskeymen schools for the past six years, understand school work, and see where our schoolscan

? and COUNSELOR-AT- ed. Maps, Flats and Blue Prints Sup- connected up an'I be made navigablefor took an interest on account ofGilchrist's be improved, and ask the chance to improve them. Physically, I am as
raft of reasonable: size, for declaration for local op-
r/i13tu: LAW- plied.Opposite Volusla County Rank. transporting heavy freight and for tion. sound and healthy as any man in the county. My energy is undoubted by all

/DuLand, Florida.U1'latdctlce DELAND FLORIDA the convenience of all our people. It is possible for a few very active O who know me. 0
The ocnefin of such a system can people who are fighting for their
. l In Court"rSlWART State and Federal scarcely be enumerated, in this day business existence. to record their will My record in the past shows that I have never yet favored or showed partialityto
; of the various kinds' of power boats over the will of a great many over
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but in all
beauty, cases have made them set examples for younger pupils.
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CHOICE PEACH from the freight boat propelled bya confident people.
to the house. Thus it happened that Gilchrist
> & ELY, SALE ON EASY TERMS great
I'-- 1, boats, propelled ill the same way, in'' backed by the whiskey men got more Some of my enemies are going around the
$10.00to $100.00 PER ACRE addition to the boats ordinarily run i votes than Stockton who was backedby
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. (for passengers and freight. i nobody in particular, a country precincts telling that I am a "green
ttoaftn But Push Sullen In.the St.,t. ,' I will also do all in my power to majority of the people in genera
Bank Building DELAND. S. A. BAKER, Seville, Fla. I enact .legislation! lhat will open up I II All the men ''who voted for Gilchristdo o Yankee." The "Crackers" know me and are 0
1III.. office over Postofflce.DAYUONA 'our harbors to tle sea, making them I I not belong to the whiskey crowd.
d" t available not only for commercial purposes -! Far from it. There were hundreds n supporting me, and I hope the "Yankees" will
sl D)Landia Bert Fish : ------ but as havens and places of who are honestly convinced that Gil,
," f&jkLANDIS to FISH W. C. CANNONS' refuge from storms. christ is the better man; hundreds I I support me also on June 16.As .
I will do ail in my J power to secure who know Gilchrist and do not know
Feed and Sale Stables appropriations for deepening and Stockton; Hundreds who have for
ITORNEY8. AT-LAW and COUNSELORS-, Livery, making navigable our inland rivers years been political enemies of Stock a recommendation to those who do not know me,

'i.;ri'; .t. Fine Fashionable TurnoutsBus and their tributaries that they may ton's. Note the vote at Botts' old home, where he lived 10 years and I 4 years:
: -;ii/ DeLand Floridadl become serviceable means for bearing I These hundreds added together
meets all trains ftt" C I.. I I'.ot.Harks | o 0
\ .: : in State and Federal meet morning and afteruoon F E. much of our inland commerce to the made up a number which added to ORTH. BOTTS.
.uth..i,, Courts. 0. Ry trains nt Orange Ci'j, and night points of export, so that the waters the number controlled by whiskey, n
Special facilities for examining and train. at DeLand Ju otlon. U. S Mai'' shall not be wasted, but be used to and deceived by reports spread by PIERSON .31 11
Meeting land titles both route. Haokaiueet boats st Beresf"rd. bear our commerce whiskey money, gave Gilchrist the .
Gentle hones and oaretul drivers. I will do what I can to secure the lead.It. BARBERVILLE .40, 15CLIF1'ON
,, Phone a. D.Land. Fla. passage of a national drainage law will be a lasting disgrace to the
L. MoCBORY. such as the one now before the Senate State if the whiskey men can boast, I I .:29 3
i of the United States, introduced as they surely will boast, that they -
I' committee of the Senate, and elected the Governor of Florida the
SEE T E. ARNOLD QUICK by a lob
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which has the support of the Na- very year that witnessed the forward u u -u- uU -
w fjl For a sure-enough penal Drainage Congress\ of which I movement for decency, morality and o 0

JeLandFlorida.. am president, by which the funds derived clean living in all the States of the Were the true character, worth, ability and energy of both equally well known
the United States from the South.
i in resident by
alBTwrlaht Bargain
, .-- sale of public lands will constitute a Mr. Stockton is willing to trust the throughout the county, these figures would be duplicated in every precinct andI

... S. B. Wright Jr. property. Located national drainage fund, and by which people.Mr. D hope will be duplicated in many on June 16.
law the Secretary of the Interior will Gilchrist is not. '
_WRIGHT & WRIGHT, close in. Price and be t authorized to make contracts with !Mr. Stockton believes in encourage If I am ambitious, it is in behalf of the boys and girls in this county-in be-
either the States with ing the people to vote for State I
"A'TTORNEYSATLAW.SW! terms right.DeLand with cities or with private or individualsor counties if they want it.Mr. prohibition hal of better education and not any mere love for office I. will throw all the

?NOTARIES I' PUBLIC Realty1 Co. corporations, to drain swamp Gilchrist believes in keeping O energy I possess into improving our schools. I can and will improve them if 0
lletf:* Telegraph Office lands; the money to be ,refunded in things as they are. chance.
:' INfl. FLORIDA. ten annual installments without inter- Stock-ton as Governor cannot put you give me a

'.4rr .Insure. with us. est, the Government being secured in State prohibition. D Yours in earnest, D
under contract by a lien upon the That power lies solely with the
B.t\-ALEXANDER, Now is the time. lands reclaimed I believe the government / people whose representatives in the o
C. E. ORTH.o
*\fl has as 'much power and legislature adopt a resolution propos-
( E Spot casbor: lose\ < right to take water oft .of land that ing a change in the constitution and-
rrORNEY-AT-LAW. o.'r It.. ..;. has too much water on it as it has WITH THE PEOPLE WHO VOTE oi
U should n be protected.R ; to: put water on land which is other YES OR NO BY DIRECT BAL :z o-o=OclOr0: =
4li Office In Bank Bulldl-fT wise too dry for cultivation, as it is LOT.
3J\! % DeLand, Florida. [ you- n"ured ? doing now in the great West, whereit Gilchrist ps Governor cannot keep
ill Practice In State and. Federal reclaimed millions of acres, and local option in force.
!rJr. Courts 2 very company reliable. F"l 1! has under way twenty-six propositions The Governor cannot veto a resolution
: embracing the expenditure of a of the legislature.
\'"'\ hundred Stockton to the people
million dollars. says :
,1RJ*(.(AA. A. DAVIS, 'When does your policy expire ? "I "
I will do what' I can to have enacted am willing to trust you
""** a law, to put in motion such Gilchrist says to the people: nzzunz u"nu z
"paYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (s your policy In force ?
action as will prevent the control of "I am not willing to let you decide
f9\I If DELAND, FLORIDA. Telephone number sixteen. the prices of naval stores producedin this question of prohibition. Local 1
Jilce at residence Indiana.avenge, : the State, 'by trusts and combines, option is Rood enough for me."
,*rn; Court House.Jffloa HON INSURANCE AGENCY which tend always by manipulation | The: whiskey men say to the peo- A CARD OF THANKSI
Hoars: 9 to 13. I 3 to 4, and 7 to 8. to reduce the price paid the producerand ple:
m to increase the price paid by the |I "We want to sell whiskey. It helpsus. I
U will find us at So, will help Gilchrist."
consumer. The prices that now prevail we
(it*. ,IDA Z. BAERECKE, M. D.W011 are artificially maintained by Stockton :s more capable than Gil
$tetson DeLand.
and combinations and trusts at the lowest christ.
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. :PHYSICIAN-d';; SURGEON oint that the operators can possibly He stands for morality, decency, take this mesns of thanking my many friends
freedom of choice and-
live. This should be prevented and
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!tjU. THE NEW ORANGE CITY the ordinary law of supply and demand He should be elected Governor of
: Eat New York Avenue allover the for their thus far
Wee on FLORIDA. control instead! If this is done.I Florida. county loyal support
Io..lDBLAND. Lunch Counter, Candy believe that the prices will range, General activity among the believers .
and Fruit Stand 'rom thirty to forty per cent. higher in good government will elect during the campaign, and especially at the primaryon
Station than they do now.I Stockton.
MUNSON. the Railway
Opposite ,
II .B. favor the extension of the em Now is the time to get busy.
) will on Nov. 15, where 19th. I would remind however that
open ployer's liability act to all cases With my paper THE SUN I have May you, ,
jioMEOPATHIo"PHYSICIAN., Quick Lunches can be' had at all where the injury to an employee is been advocating the superior qualities

lea Hi4"Second. Door-South of Fieher'e. I rates.hour of the day .at. reasonable not. caused solely by his own wanton of Governor.I John .Stockton for the office of the battle is not yet over. So I must ask a continuance -

)j.Drug Store. act.I favor an eight-hour manual labor believe in newspaper publicity
me* HOURS 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 6D Adjoining/ Mr. Wm. Kolman day law to all governmental opera- and I nm using this means to reach of your efforts in my behalf until after the
',Ti' t'' dd-t-8 p. m.Florida. will open his General Plumbingand tions. I favor the employment and ALL the people: of Florida. I do not

' ?.-I. Tin Repair Shop, w ere he. public encouragement enterprises.I of. our own people in reach This them is my ell own with campaign my paper.for whatI second primary, on*June 16th, at' which time I have

. '''NIl' will be glad: to receive yaur patronage favor laws to require the postal believe to be the best for the people
at reasonable rat s. All service to be so rendered as to serve of this State. It is entirely independent assurance of gaining a decisive victory. I
work will be done with quicknessand the convenience of those who labor of any other campaign conducted every
R. JOHN REEVE the best of workmanship.Saws till late in the day. in behalf of Mr. Stockton. I
for this and would also solicit the of those who
Filed and Set:: I favor an. extension of the free am solely responsible support may
delivery of mails, and the adoption ofa Other matter that may appear in the
--- cheap parcels papers of Florida, which I will sign choice for
post.
DELANDI1 FLAirLnEjik 1i ". have had another superintendent before
.. -A \ji----: I assure you that if elected Senator and pay for.
I shall not the officeto CLAUDE L'ENGLE.
exploit great
which I aspire to my advantage, ..._---- the first primary, but whose candidate is now out oif
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f''. but that I shall find Joy only in the

work that for the I shall benefit successfully of our accomplish people- To the People of Florida: the race. I shall appreciate. it :very much if I am

,- ... and the State. I wish to express my high appreciation -
Dentist.. I I have been working all my life, to the people of Florida for the so fortunate as to be the candidate' of your, second
in the
and all of my'work has been on con- great vote which they gave me
DeJ.nd.Fla. structive lines.' As public official I last primary. I would not be true to
O..Block, have always tried'to' build up, never them, or myself, if I did not use every choice. Again thanking you for your generous .

nt"S.SO..to.... la and.. 1,80--to 4 ,to tear down. .. .. .. honorable effort to carry I out their .
You tiave but two of these great wishes in endeavoring toI secure an in the but '.
offices to confer on those who you election in .the coming primary, June support past; reminding you', tfiat good
think will best you, one sixteenth. i
i represent
1 ells '
now,' and one two years from now. I'' respectfully solicit the'votes' of will and good wishes alone will not elect me 'on
MAUD' GOODMAN They are'offices of six years term.A people of all stations, trades occupa-
R. ; mistake would be too costly in tlons,1i'business ctlling, and professions -
MA5SAQB time, and by lack of improvementthat in life I thank those who sun- June 16th, but ttyiat:' J shall need ''your active support
-- i t we should have, in event we ported me. I hope' thel".ill con .
L/Tetepeon. 113 "Sb.aal..kwbbuo.1ltrhla make. poor selection.. We want our rinse to do so. I respect the honest and 'votes] I remain
N9.c..ae Av. DB LAND. FLA.rB work done now' Six years wasted difference/ of opinion or the per your ,
THAOC VudorMTIKTI. YA/Ia would mean that a tremendous pro- sonal preferences of ,those' who saw
portion of the business life of our fit to vote against me. I hope they '551nrce'rely"'yours '.
? people has been lost so far as they will, change their opinions or prefer. ,
TAYLORHUROEoyptjNTiaT '\ PORCH SHADESWe >uIA be t fcehafUed'by) oof1 pr, estrpts nc.siandi; ;, vote for me,. ;Jt 'hope to '
made!through,,their) gensrar'('alU.rn- be Governor for no other,reason than
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at DeLand nidll. c of ,being Governor In an honorable, : BQTTs..
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1 I for1 these Porcll'Shads, Just the thing ,1\, assure you that'my'JoytWfll be manly way. ,
hn!! T!)II( !'-:' Nety_ Brick Bo!lc. for your verandas during tbe bot sum- in.pr*portlQfto tomyJacrjteverneVit.LJn; ; I ,have, the' honorto be, L date :. e1esllnidt own'i I n.-v'i.n. ul'' ,U
sup p 4l 1 your : Very respectfully
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1 tll7ie 1D J1If 4 1i'...0 i r"' ) esallll'aij' 18iJ..iOU1..gO".r --:- behalf.yours respectfully' + ALBERT W. GILCHRIST;
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>IBCGfiD.Bartere f Through; a typographic*! ,errorInfit BALL I[ OVER TH ni Taker. climbed the tootsio ,wootaU THE ,SCH09L VpEINTtrD- ,
VOLKIA COUHTT ; BOUNTY
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i alabeeb rtes and tbe tee-pee oa ENT SITUATION.y4 '

tabulated Ji rep0rr4of ,the :l -: the Jim LYaknted. prettiest. Ietbal !. Seiner :Ho) ft flow]i; ,, : I

.pntKaryelectiogr4urn{fOtflis 'TEJlS"- or I3TKKEST WABTEJ TO was eveseea on the pretty farad lake Disused b7a Memmb trf the

r .. the farts 1 .io::-.: na.:: county last week The Record THE RECORD OFFICE BT ITS shores on BaUvilla. May you share Board.I of the Vo- ... -

t Y..a.d.Mer !, :gave Gikhrist' vote for Governor COKKZSPOTDETTS. with each other manjOoy) and few sorrows. lusia bate County been School a member Board for the Now is the time to do your Bulldinr'jDon't : ;fafl I ',11en

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a* 404, 2 more than the total past sixteen years and so feel somethtng that wait till Summer, when 'you' I Ican't erihtenitiiaswru
B. rUTalT, Editor rreyrMor.Oreat in a position to know
received by Stockton in the county Pierson. Orange City. of am the educational interests 1:1 the get labor. Let us bid on your -,',
( .lId when it should have been 704 and I atn rare it w<' be avery '
taretsdoe.- flood county Material and Hardware
mistake to make any Builders before "
of the Wertra '302 more than Stockton. In the Cap John Horn CUM: ken from Oar grave of II
Tinted, came : or :Major Brenna aDd wife leave Juae change ui presentntme.for again. We have
, thee Prices go up on '
Gilcbrist's majority" county to write but week.rD.'H.rper the .
second
I State'thiiijireglt.Whoever :. primary jrd for_Kat, CODILYr. Schools at .J. Idwi I
tn.i ::bo.lnei following reasons '
trip hand
formoat
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wirrXe-"mncnlarg
They
Mickey is still building Superintendent is : ,: "vk;)
it nominated M deli- of Browne vote will lobe eoaaty..t Thandav.r will stay with us this sUJDlller.'I I. Our present for the poSlbODe ur
tbe. .go ,_ well qualified
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f & totKJ' o npf0ltljbiu"jityits to biB&MehrtaV-cte::: ootoaly H.:C.Peisaf" PSou&q hLedhiu' bad a refreshing rain here has proven himself to be eBergetic .Several (t8rloabs"I"Ior Ilprrtlr
morning which was needed. and progressive, yet careiol l and conservative ''wt' :
in aid to Jacksonville .
tie Tneaday.sIj
get Florida vote in Volaiia but also throughout 'I'I'e in Us recommendations Fora :1": the tw

the state"wao .Vnminerf7in4. sit )S. IDCMB-went to DeLaaid'*Wednesday George Galloway from and son Houen-are new man I consider that be has Lime 'Plaster Paris VuJ :day tit harm
borne soon welt the following:: ,tHIP1n';
he i omt by\i\ to deliver. the election retvrna *. done remarkably '
this looks a* !f. wUljwin ; *.* "- The of the school Plaster 'rbloh t tonnrrtceln
If the republican vote in dale.Mr. :I management ite Cement, Eagle Cement Sewer ]j'
safe majority on the 16th.of Jnne. Edward Farrott. a hustling trucker of Wm. Heebner still has luscious affairs in the county is far more complex Pry t t
i* increasing in propor '* Port Laodetdaie, la on pilgrimage totU oranges at his ,fine grove cast of than the general public! realizes.and Hair, "Congo" and "Amatite1*' Ruof ng. /, ',MVtProbattUItnear. ;
to the democratic vote, Vo- 'v s 'i r Borovgh to viaU relative' town. for that reason experience counts
It i* said; thit there. fun_ nnderctanding : : for a great deals there will be raer* of
Peaches
ia growing ome. The peach & Blueberries are plentiful the School Stanbarb g Lumbin4MGoobe
movinc. of
that Secretary ol f crop M Harper in market and there is a hue two new members rbo nave ilatloa
Uinahew. S.Jooe and Nela Plereon are are Board. I consider that it would be 'of
It will a battle royal between State Root is, either before or I promise for gripes.Orange unfortunate to make a
making daily shipment from here. peculiarly boa In"u',
and Fletcher for United after Tail's election, to be appointed City is getting to be a change in the Superintendent also. old or installed. Tin Roofing, Galvanized Iron, ,Idea day.

and Gilchrist and a* cheif Justice of the Mrs Jenmo Smith of Powell le was summer resort. Parties are inquiring: RECORD-2 Wheelbarrows, Hardware from the cheapest to'the caw t dip or
Senator, bathing in the sunshine of the Ashley about cottages to rentMfrs. 3. With all due respect to Mr.

& for Governor. United$tate..There is,of course, I borne in thia lovely villa part last _Ir.I Mary Thnrsby has some rare Orth. judging by his "platform." I best. ti tr.1UId racy they iblr
in this office. Justice plants. She has a attractive should infer that he has :a very imperfect :
no vacancy Our Mr. and Mrs Roe- very ..... "wltbab.y !
I near neighbor conception as to the dutiesof --- ....
Tomorrow* is Memorial Day, Fuller, appointed by Cleveland, ,eogreen will leave lint of Jane for a home on Oak aenue. I I the office. The Superintendent has look I t

a national holiday. It will be i i. an old man has and ha a 1 lengthy stay at the former borne in Con :Mayor True little is all Howard smiles. these True no vote at all in school matters; he Watts & Miller Co.' .Dllllt of... t t
North : days. Guess can only recommend; he has nothingwhatever bat playa
the
throughout right to retire on full pay, but as necticut.J. ,Stillman" is coming borne. to do with fencing or not (Incorporated) iome at tl

State, and especially by the far as i* known, he has shown no i : S. Baker wife and eon of New :Mrs. Bengston has returned from fencing school lots; he has no right a i(Two bun

Army of the Republic.'l'be8tateCommittee intention of doing so. No better :8mrroa.are go this spot vUiting IriDlulk.I her visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Tyl- whatever to dismiss a teacher, the in': IndUpe
Sergeant. a* be U called.! a tiptop mulligan {aDder down the East Coast. board alone has that right but he ftireedfthen'
appointment than Secretary Eli- I may suspend a teacher provided he
will meet that Mr.
guard. pleased
could be made. There i Everybody seems is sure he has sufficient grounds for lad '
hu Root He will tIIct1
Solicitor. '
1 Bert Fish is our -
Jacksonville today to can Mia Margaret of cancelling a contract otherwise the ''
Montgomery. one and
letlga
no better lawyer or broader or fill the place with hooor.'e congratulate J Board would be subject to a suit for
election returns, declare the this places fairest flower, spent very him. nade of i 8
brilliant statesman in the damages. As for visiting schools, B.
JOHN ,
more WELCJ aID! clue
hold- pleasant visit with friend at Barber- >
the
and for little idea
arrange baa Out at New: Forest" Mr. Carpenter Mr. Orth evidently has very Htaatr oftimmend
of the Jane 16th primary.North country, nor perhaps ever ville last week has a new fish pond a beauty. I as to the other demands on a Super; ORANGE CITY FLA \ > ft

been. Mr. Will Woodard and three child- Ed. says he will soon be catching :intendent's time: and self-respecting ,, D 'great d,

Carolina voted this week: reo and John Baker all of New Smyr trout for breakfast teachers certainly would not tolerate ind are f oire
There will be quite a good crop of undue interference with; their work by FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERITOBACCO I
State prohibition, and the The convention of governors na. arrived here Saturday to visit relative watermelons and cantaloupes raised anyone even if the board would allow exeelleigllness:

won by over 50- ,called by the President, which for month. in this vicinity but late on accountof I it. AND CIGARS aJ
Frank Xaswortby and hi* two at the spring drouth. I would urge that the voters think -DRY GOODS SHOES HATS ETC., ETC._ :>e backg!
majority. In the entire State :held ite sittings; in the East Roomof I carefully before they cast their vote .uu..u._ __ -- .- nurtment
tr.cdvestatersMiases : Dr. Curtis has some ,
Claudia aDd and :Mrs.! very
,()()() vote were east on the the White House, has awakened Ada. made a pilgrimaage shopping tu I pretty roses at Arcadia their pretty I for County Superintendent on the Best and Freshest Canoed Goods constantly on hand and all 1 .

tioo. the question, which, how- DeLtfnd Jut week. home here. Let everyone beautify sixteenth of Very June.respectfully, class Groceries for your table. 1 ; \

sleeps of state their yards with roses. (Signed) J. L Chandler Country Produce Boucb A First-class: Meat Market In Con !'
ever, never, Frank Tnrnqnist. a representative .__ .
One of the surprises of last and centralization. Considerable Dr. Frances Dickinson drives anew Chairman County Board PublicInstruction. Orden recei..e careful attention and delver prompt. You Will find
rights youth of DeLand, was rnralistog bere Dorse. The past week she and 111;
:'* primary election .wa the oratory was expended last. week Frank U a polite, mannerly friends have been enjoying her new -s as low as tile toweat. Gfve me a call ,'r ji

vote Park Trammell received .at the White House and other man. with a promising future ahead of home. "Arawana Lodge."

Attorney-General. He de- Dim. :Mr. :Morris Whelden and men are To the People of Volusia County: a..
,place. in Washington during the J. B. Orrell of SevUle-Ericksoo. _w- re-shingling Library Hall this weektpo8 h ,' '
Mr. Ellis, the present in- 'four days' convention and the is nearly half gone. The I take this meana of expressing my
lag machine and piano and .
organ agent will be back with us. beart-telt' for the fine ,
soon appreciation vote
tourists
7,000.
by expression "indestructablestates' and one of the finest violinist in the i6fcomb
&
J. F. ALLEN CO
:)oSf'. and 'Irs. Tucker have fine which you gave me in the last. primaryand
"indissoluble union" State this of action the
and was on stage;
I D Volnsia county, Messrs. shrubbery at their home Kensington to tell yon that t have not given op
the were heard and cheered on every latter part of the week. Place. The prettiest plant there is the fight but will continue to be a candidate -
for
and Thornton, Remember the Sabbath day and keep the light-blue Hydrangia a wonder Leading Furniture House of Volusia County
side. It is an old q uestlOD-a dead in size. for the office of sheriff.' I recpect-
; Morris and Smith for it holy. Only Sunday a young white fully ask those who so nobly
in fact but that does supportedme
question Mr. Ed. Carpenter is remodeling
and Bolts and Orth for man was eeen to leave town with two in the first primary to stand I II

of School, must not prevent its being a source of caoCT of hell boose, one coder each arm, his finished cottage it will on be French one of avenue.the pleasant When in the second. I hope that those by who me I'I'

the second primary June 16. sentimentalism buncombe. The while people were returning from homes here for rent. It is to be voted against me will I I change. their I "DROP IN"p II

state. have their function. and chorea painted a light sandstone with white preference and rive me their .vote for !

the their province just as the provinces E. C Byrd and hU handsome wife of trimmings. Villa.It "will be known as feel that I am worthy of the high trust and see our Newest "
The candidate who enter -Rosewood
in the Republic of France Turpentine City were rnralixing on this Democratic. In that 1 ask the people of this county to

second primary, even the hare and must have theirs ; just bivouac of life Thnnday. Mr, Byrd U the Orange past she City has is now had all kinds of rrpoee In me. !I can point with pride to Styles in Parlor and II

ones, will find it a valued official of the prosperous naval elections but the totFof :!May 1008, my put record a* Deputy U. S. Marshall II

expense job to nominated a* municipalities must attend to; stores bcsinee of Morriaon.and Byrd primary will be remembered as a and think that I am capable in r Dining Room furs I'niture. '

I'B. office under the present their varied local affairs. But be with headquarter bere.Honeet merry-go-round. It was something every' way to hold the office for which 1 I
a II IIl
would be a blind observer indeed and X,.. Keli Pienon received unusual to see so many Republicans ask your support
of the primany system. so interested, twelve or thirteen voting Very respectfully: .
I
who has not seen that the nationis (900 asparagus plant Saturday from at this Democratic primary bere. LEE

growing more and more. And Hon. A. N. Pierson of Cromwell. Conn., Some very good: shell was used up- Candidate for Sheriff of Volnsia MOBBIS .,',,
The ;confirmation by the Sen who has not observed this evolu- to start up a green house decoration boalnee on Graves avenue this week. It was County l; ;I : .... t.
of .. Captain Peter iPIerson also received !from the Dickinson mine. recently! -_ I tending
of the appointment Judge tionary trend everywhere. Many from Mr. Amos EmmaL DeLand Flat;em,ran
JOG more to add to his i large purchased T. the Democratic r.&en.r '.1.... NNo.62 J. F. ALLEN & CO. :
B. Sheppard* Judge of the the shell is hard rock
forces are at work to efface state green boose industry. Some of as as ban: anyOur
District of Florida is We would like to see the shell used Centys aniven
rights. The teachings of centralization Samuel T. Smith car inspector of upon all our streets. Volusia avenue I wish to thank the friends who supported as W

great satisfaction to the came forth from Wash- Lakeland, pared here )londayallJhtretamag from the water works to Judge Bai me in the recent primary. The II tall !lantey '

of Middle and West Flor ington. The people of the country from a business trip to Savannah ley's needs work badly.( It should is full be of office of Sheriff i Ie the most importantIn .> the oiif

which compose the district. everywhere are urgent for and Charleston '.for the company. holes raised and so that ruts.water The would grade not stand the county. I aee it. and the very 1L-'tI e: !!!! -e-:' 'Ccc'c'c.... ....:....:, ..... : =:: =:-.e: ...:.::r-'c sits.<, Iron. ita or

reforms and are hopeless of securing Be cam to Seville on 89 and drove bere upon it. The city council please take best man should be the Sheriff' and for wr I[[Dutch deetetaloed
and left by the midnight train. Samuel is the cleanest.
note. Orange City thAt reason I shall support Lee Morris
UI i t
Them. wa no nomination for them from their state. Ia a sober, steady responsible onflinjh- neatest tourist town in the! state and In the ccond primary for that office jiv THE ;while palliround'

"...*over in the third district, When a state abandons its author- Lug worker. good shell streets are inviting to and hope all my friends will do the f

May dud Kehoe, 'the two ity over land or streims, or Pierson folk are congatnlating themselves strangers.- U. nuna W i oddly ..hind .

receivjngjhe highest; other natural resources, for the upon the acquisition of the Mar Tour respectfully, W. C. WATTS pleat

mast try tor the fiaaTiWalt sake of getting ao:appropriation Iowa them.a cordial citizens;Iwelcoroo.;'and v are They extending moved to Seville.Miss Oak Hill Fla. G. M. ALLEY, le j stand ideas earllantern ooi

the second primary. The peo- From Congress for improvingthem I l li
here short while back from N..rlr.N..l. Ethel Stone of Emporia. is -.-
) down this way, or many of it does it gladly and the They are delightfully aDd snugly visiting; her sister Mrs. R. D. Rau- .lacerated that of tl

know: Mr.May and hope that bugbear of the centralization has honed on Dr. Underwood Alhambra lerson. To the Voters of Volusia County: NP\ P\ 5T0I1( j '

will be inccesafnl. no terrors for it. Louisiana glad- grove place and are loud in their praise Mrs.V.. L. Cato. of Satsuma The result of the Primary Election W ,

:, ly accept'national aid )in dealing of. Florida and her climate. Heights. is visiting her brother Mr. held Hay l.. point to the fact that the ,i I;7.nycci:
iBon. Thos. A. Baker.Saturday coolest. for Sheriff of Volusia W iI'.Ont
Coooty 1 fa oranges
J. who with fever and l illustrates The members of Volnsia Lodge No. 77 this week is legal
8. Hilborn, was yellow of a now between Lea Morris aDd I f;. offend ? .
myanlf.
F. & A. M. held of Instruction No. N. Boulevard
a lodge holiday and the postoffice will observe yj 65. :
nominated for the legis how naturally material benefit The voter are to decide between n* and i iWa.h
in their temple at Barberville Saturdayaigbt'which the usual holiday hours. lone :
16th. DeLand
by Putnam county desno--arise' ; superior' to platitudes ,; wa well attended. Judge Messrs. L. M. Baker and J, B. To those who Vl> Florida. :put

is already being boomed about ';state rights. Governor James E. Cade an E. A. degree mason Orrell. representing J. A. Erickson & so faithfully gave me Vi :and tam
their rapport I am a* grateful.
of this w..la attendance. Hurrah Co., paid DeLand a visit first of the man W i sites andMake
the 8peakel'lhip. Mr. nil barn Glen of North Carolina, i i. a place. week. can be, and I ask each of them to remain New
stock of
I for his mercantile John 8. Vii a
i one of the brainest lawyers in stricly a states right man as can partner Mr. C. O. Benton of DeLand, is a* loyal in the future. To those :Of eraDPport

a conservative man al- be found in that rockbound sec McBride who will soon put in an application spending awhile with his aunts who voted for other candidate. In the jg Everything in the Hardware Line wIDiJrectl.
for a mount our longs .
upon
Mesdames T. Newraoul and A. M.
J. first I ..
primary
., and he would make a splen tion of state right but he i* lailed. arched-neck born waggled old Flowers. repectfnlly ask that you I '
consider tlnran
, pre.idingomcerofthe House. anxious that the, Government William cot.Whoopee Miss Alma Prevatt is visiting roar support my candidacy I shall be and grateful give me for jjj Carefully Selected, and :I ea iWaen

, should take charge of the Appalachian hurrah! for Hiram Ashley, friends and relatives in DeLand and any assistance. you can give me. I. ;'I

forests in ,his own; and who wa recently elected constable over attending Commencement at the U I should be elected I will endeavorto it. ALL STANDARD GOODS Ib..ent,1ro,

'Stetson University closed, this other state These are examples bis opponent Charles Swartengreen by University.:Mr. R. T. Long and Miss Blanch do my duty fairly and Impartially '" cafe beeihapapr

a glorious year. The nn m- of bow easily coditions knock a few vote They were the beet of Burnett attended the dedication of Mid keep the Sheriff'. office up to the *

graduating wa much larger hi.Dds.Dd cronies, bat alas! some able the Baptist Church in Crescent City high standard it ba been under It. Builders' r
theories. Material Doors
out bodied spavined faced friend went oat Sunday last. present capable officer. J. B. Turner.My Sash, Blinds '.\\i'.Iii QTIten
o for any preceding year, not- and reported that bad little for I ',
Swarteogreen Mrs. J. G. Poppell and granddaughter campaign toe office of Sheriff
I the standards in.ork backed down and quit the race which Myrtle: Hall spent part of has been and will he conducted along Plumbing Supplies etc. Carried 'the putt
Net Caught Vet.The : clean line, with ojr ,
last week Jacksonville with her no mudslinging
i. decidedly higher than of course knocked a hole In hi* .o..t .a or ,Eton of 1
young clubman bad been Introduced son, A. J. Popped backbiting and with intention to
for student to obtain di Sldridge precinct which include Bar. belittle ViIi = ,the wart
r to the beautiful Boaslan aftreaa.Be After several weeks visiting his my opponent in any way. I '
wooderfieprlnc
; The attendance wa over was. charmed entranced, and ... benWe aDd Emporia. They are both nephew and niece :Mr.! and Mrs. A. Imply I.. that auk if elected von for I your will do vote. and prom \ Itraj WANT you to visit my New Store: inspect my fin I ,q';
chunk staff level beet
finally led her! to the _rrat0r7. big whopping of the proper my
F.
A. Ferguson Mr. A. Thompson returned line and
and there was never such end where they mlcbt hare a quiet minute and twist.Uisa to his home in Hogansville; to carry oat my duties regardless of V; get my price8I am here to please YOU, ,blatkhtand ,

as'shown by the young to tbemaelvea.Pardon Jessie Pelton closed her epl>ndld Ga., several days ago accompaniedby nnequenoee.Again I thank ,ft/ and my efforts have been directed to that.end.I. I ''to a't 1a

r and women during the'.term. me.he ald." "1 did not school at Emporia" Friday. An excellent : Miss Hex Ferguson.Mr. : support and solict TOO roar all for vote your In loyal the ft know the wanta of the people of DeLand in goods c*,1 wa'r' .

deDt Hnlley; and the entire quite- eaten to year It that aame.What yon. did not dor program consisting of recitations quite. an A.attractive Conkwright painting is finishing of Mrt. second primary to be beld on Juno IL ft i ried by a General Hardware Store, and I have them. '(upon "I,,tho
declamations, etc.. was rendered bv her Very respectfully some eo
ty have done a great year she asked .. bewIlderment. your Delia Prevatt's house a deep canary I.h.
: and .the larre crowds at laa nace S. so atranceu Do'you waatarraamer model papib in the preeence of a large color and white trimmings and is E. L. SMITH. I ,leesfenced
/ WI
.adfe_ Mia Pelton delivered a nice .
quite an addition to this of W.
part C.
.
the exercise) this week Announcement WATTSKLIOK jsaeWttialnt;' ItI
nC Te.; year ewe fall name.wm ." and helpful talk on school matter and town. of Teachers' Exam.

} a deep appreciation on the yea catch tt this timerrnjdomrbesfi help of patrons in the average attendance Mrs. Dr. C. A. Stiles and little {nation. I Ij"
The
the DeLand of Use of pupils. Mia Pelton U said to daughter Esther spent Saturday and regular June Teachers' examination .I
of people
succes of Stetson under -_....Irs. .-Ten. r.derovha ,Komralearjewsksya. be one of the county'beet teacben.Hrr Sunday Miss Jessie last in Baker De Land and, gusts attendingsome of white and will colored be held in school the DeLand houses, --I.; .......................-I1".!, "" oI:.::a oI .,.:.::.!1...oII. '..:....-:;.i':. ;: .3 I'

school much like the Pierson
school respectively
I: wa beginning Tuesday -- s
present management.Tbe He fed tt.-E.. Angeles Herald. of the Commencement exercises June morning 'gY.
It always flonrised. Hurrah for Hop at Stetson University a, at nine o'clock.
Botta and Commissioner PrevatL Be- A. O. Botts, SupLSellee !!
ti totalVoto polled Florida ttfceweel HIM rtew, ----.. sjof
'> in '
lore for her Lake
leaving Helen home
The gardener. at the Jsrdln da
week in the democratic, pri doses tat .Part.save aa Bnaerzar- Mia Felton favored oar;lit tie city with While WaahlnglM the British and a D-.. ef SteckheKer >"Ur. ER ,BROS. II

rr "was aboutr'45,000. For the deer two .,-a.. Brat ripe DCS to take pleasant. visit with her friend Mrs.J. and the American occupied force Philadelphia lay tewhiter The annual stockholder meeting of ,, :
to oa* c6 the covenon. On the way A. Harper. She is handsome Watt* Miller.
te a very company will be held' 'otth
theyote.tand.asfollows, quartan at Valley reeve, oneday Merchant
the and u tbelwoftl.coo In De[. TailorFour $
sea sve wmy te temptation young lad7- Fla.. at 10 i ,
the official return aa Washington and hla .ba<< were 0. s
with complete ate one. m on Monday. June 1. 1S08. for the '
H I1 and Leonard and wife.
are man
dining a One hunting doS which
"When fa the other < r saM the was purpose of electing officer and director --
ef two or three eountie lacking; tq
451.1 wedding wa lobe happy mar- evidently lost came to seek tad to attend
something to any other business Doors
to .... havtaf beea told of that South
p' BioRsrd1O77Fktcher16,674; the present beforehand.I riatceof Mis LelIa D. Leonard to Mr. to _to On tta collar was the name, may properly come before the Mid from Fisher's .Corg ud

r + Lsunar 12,202; Beard 4,823. Bro- ate ft" John C. ,HaU ihfaithfulbatcher, andmeat "General Howe. Washington ordered meeting,., t

ward lead Fletcher by 1603. ForJOyet'DOl' -But how could you do tb.tPask. peddler' of Ibis place, which oo that the dog should be fed and the h* C. S. OAUJBRIATH, ..** for morning, noon" and: Sato Of shades and"patten* I b
sent It to
I cu..- said tte I< ( Gilchrisc baa 22,256; -, trace with a letter readlag: "General suits lIew
,towtis the tN' deserving Sunday morning, Way that *' tOo ':
groom yon
Just throof1
Waahlagton' compUmenta to General "" s"lto superbly lined all
) Browne 8,921.Wtth
Stockton.,19,386 ; ITtb. at 10 o'clock.: The binding ceremony Howe. He does himself the I fight -

I, :complete rjtorps-w,OUt 1: [SDella-Ye.. ..01.--.". wa performed by Justice Cade return to him a dog which pleasureto accidentally CASTOR IA : f.UweU. made at- prlcee rfpt-_ Salts aac1 that throueb.are A bargain _

&rit 'will lead'Stockion'nearly can pu'a'w/t Just IDle After eongatntatlon and partaking of fell Into his band and by the Waitllllr here.
i roar 0>*far velvet was for Urn dotlan Jib Zafaata mad Childrsn. when you appear. _
eOV To win Qilchnst will have ',. a nicely prepared dinner the nappy eon Inaerlptloo on the collar appear to belong
,4 Barcahi Brow Brothers. ..oraa.iT .
left Palat ka Jackson vnie to OeneraJ Howe. The Brltiah "DIe Y. 8.n AInp .. CONSULTATION
.ii sjr.T, na> gtt.w.. tar nathlar.brBrethers. pie on n trip to t ttiaw .. FPFKUCKER
=:.lir.i'---ii.' ...-r=: faBbt'iM .rir.lmr..a1IcIH" IYr wau'saBarpba and 81 A.gs.Un.d npoiC their re- commander hi reply sent a ...uaI1et- ,, tract'r,

--rt't n' y CnI\ '. ____ .-......... MrnhooM were treated to a regular Gen ter conveying his warm thank for thla wFMsritsa BROTHERS
act of;coorteayef... DeLand ,
tfelfd of the Brown vote. W--IY. Coxer trumpet toot .....s., and then .n.sy.y.rtb ,, ?

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SLEEVE PROTECTOR.A TYRANNY OF THINGS. LEITER-WILLIAMS. mncd excitea: ilia... ROn

HANGING LAMPSlany.Genuine WARNED BY DESERTS Denver Very Busy.Colorado' asking; what the noise was, thai*
.
Clavar Little Invention For Sheer MtiMum-IIke Homas Mean MautoUuma An Cngagamant Announcement of In* king said be bad heard no noise, butf

I Lingerie Blouaaa. of Happlnaaa. I tarnations! Interest. that tbelr entry bad roused aim from Ian
,
Colonial Lanterns Just bow to wear a thin blouse and An article on the awful tyranny' of I There la special Interest in the announcement extraordinary drear Be said that J JStrafford

keep It fresh and dainty looking In the things la always to the point. We can What These Sandy Wastes Mean Capital Is Making of the engagement of the bad stood at the foot of hla*. ,,

Brithtenlng Twentieth Century.IS hot days of midsummer Is often a difficult not be too often reminded of the useleva Ready For the Com In' of thtl Washington bell Miss Juliette Williams bed and Implored bun not to give batla. -';

problem. This Is especially true If thing*-bric-a-brac-and the thing to Mother Earth.A Democratic Delegates/ In July. to Joseph Letter because of the for If be did be would be so disastrously ,

a woman perspires freely, for It Is that ere too good to use. The followln The Convention Hall. JDENVER fact that not long ago Mr. Letter paid : defeated as to threaten hie

: WITH ELECTRICITY.uraa rather bard to adjust shield In a thin Is from the House Beautiful: considerable attention to Alias Katharine crown and even bis life. :
DEATH GRIP ON THE
WORLD
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blouse without its showing. A shield Is We pride ourselves on having won Hiking, who Is generally supposed The next morning Charles told Prince ,'

absolutely; essential to many women, freedom from the tyranny: of kings, Is making big prepara now to be engaged to marry tbe Duke Rupert and his generals of hla dream.

..... In Lamps Stowed Away In however though nothing is uglier than but what about the tyranny: of things? for the coming of the of the AbruscL An announcement of but declared that be would fight. They "
Thay Indicate the Beginning of the
..:, stvaky, Cornars of Country Gar a broad expanse of this protection There la no gainsaying It, we are of the nation on an engagement between Miss Elklns In vain tried to dissuade him. In the' i

T U, Modern Light Must Com- showing through both bodice and luve. of our belongings. End of Our Baautlful Planat Which July 7 to nominate a candidate evening news arrived that tbe enemy, .
How things In a hop wludow "pull" la Doomad ta Roll Through Space aParchad for the presidency.: For some months Copyright, 1110I. by Harris Bwlng. >
A..mty. With Boauty.f sleeve. A clever little invention makes were close at hand. That night Charles jl
.. lit tbe purse strings! How "dirt cheap" and Llfalaas Orb. the city has been busy with the plans
r{..." r"""' 'It possible to solve this problem. A again dreamed tbe same dream. Straf- ,
f fl'D' ithe twentieth century hallway: of regular shield Is used as a foundation. In. ench particular thing In Itselfl Alto- Deserts exist on the earth for the entertainment of tbe expected ford' warned htm tbat It was the last

oday Is hanging, so says Good Uouseleoplng.t'many Kether they are tempting as the glittering and tbe nameless already horror that attaches, visitors, and Denver and the whole time be would try to help htm. ,
; old time lantern serpent of old. state of Colorado are looking forward
an
; to the word In the thoughts of all who The next morning the king led his I
rhlch the Only when Installed, how does their to the event with enthusiasm. Citizens
f formerly: performed same have had experience of them or are army: out and by sunset be bad lost
ervlce In the ball of a colonial uncosor glamour suddenly vanish! Howoftendo gifted nlth Imagination to conceive Is of Denver contributed $100,000 toward cannon, baggage and four-fifths of hlaroops ,

*.(.Probably, alas, many: treasures In we find ourselves with white elephants In truth than the expenses of tbe convention and and. as events proved, the war '

bis line are stowed away In the dusky on our unwilling bands! Possibly: It Is I for greater tbe cosmic, we circumstance commonly will spend more tban that before they as well.Stratford's. : !
suppose \
of those a reproduction of an old fashioned mahogany get through probably In giving their
(onters) country garrets by: ghost was right Had ;
about them wblcb Is most terrible Is
vbo have not yet come to a full approbation davenport, a goodly thing In guests the time of their lives The City Jharles not met Cromwell at Nasebyt
not that deserts but that deserts
the To be Itself but. alas. H cramps our drawing are, Auditorium, whlcb Is now nearlng completion
of
sure .
antique. have begun to be Not as local evlta- In quite likely: he would not have
hose In do not In the room to suffocation. will afford an Ideal meeting 'i
use today as ble evils met bla death at Whitehall.-Pearson's
.ildem days: contain an oil lamp a talow Possibly It la a lofa cushion we needed but the are they only to be pictured place for the assemblage, and It will be Weekly. ,
us general inescapable death ;
dip or a wax candle. On the con- Tbe shops' variety was so perplex I possible for more persons to witness
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rary, they: are fitted out with electrlc- ing we cut the dordloo knot of choice grip on of our world, for It la tbe beginning the proceedings and bear the speeches CATGUT'STRINGS.. > :.
tbe end. What
three Instead of depauperates than has been possible at former con
ty'and /shine forth all tbe more brave- by purchasing one, j
I the foiests to lands and thence towastes
y., with'!a borrowed light Certainly: and thereby we are smothered by our gross ventions. The seating arrangements In The Way They Are Msdo. Frem the .
muHtln turn attack tbe bottoms
sea
hey look far from out of place In the own lago taste. tbe hall are completed already. There Intestines ef Shaa.>. I
nldst of. tbe old fashioned furniture Pictures and prints and oriental rugs tbelr when they shall have parted wltb are to be 11,521 chairs in It In regular Catgut strings. It Is well known are !

of the seem of a higher plane. It Is to cultivate sens. rows, and by placing additional chairs i,
hat plays: Us part In so many Last of the fertile tbe made of tbe Intestines of sbeep. The
spots
upon In aisles and In left for
the aesthetic feasibilities, to study; the space '
lome at the present day.: planet because of tbe salts the streams ntestlnes of the full grown animal are)
to various and standing room It will be possible to
art compare examples:
lanterns
(Two hundred years ago were have for washed down and of tbe 'roui forty to nfty feet long. I
. IndlapeiiHable part of the houseyold at last. to arrive at the possession of ages seat 14,000 people, Tbls is a greater
4UJ remnant of molstuie that would still Tbe raw material from the stock
than that of the Chi-
excellent seating capacity
manufac- one print or picture or surpassing
furniture. They were I
rug, But the mania grows.Tbe dram Into them, eventually they must .Ciigo Coliseum, the Madison Square yards Is first thoroughly cleansed of i
tired then for one purpose-utility-
* in sense of proportion between our share the fortune of tbelr predecessors Garden. New York, or the Mormon fat and fleshy fiber by dull knives arranged '
!. simple
)ndtbey were accordingly I
and tbe roll
orb
and crude In being Income and our other possession. falls planet a parched temple in Suit Lake City.: ou a drum turned by a crank.
leslgn
nppoarance.
of straight bars of Iron with to keep the pace. We keep on picking through space. Tbe picture Is forbidding I The work of getting ready for the Tbe white tough membrane that la
Jnad. but the fact seems one to which
>laln glass slides. Having no especial up pictures or prints or rugs. A nd" convention In July Is under the direction left Is then handed over to the split

jeaaty of contour or naterlul to rec- .. ITO In. a find and wa cannot atop to consider we nre constructively pledged and into i of the committee of arrangements ter, who dexterously splits the material
which in sort ad
Vnmend them, such specimens nre not Its relation or no to tbe other we are some already of the Democratic national committee luto even strands by: bringing It
HIDB DBESU BBUtLJD. ventured.
demand as ornaments today "finds" In the bouse. Thus In a short I and of local committees. Tho former against tbe blade. of a safety rasor set
n'great Tbe underside of tbe sbleld Is to be Girdling the earth with what it takes committee Is headed by ex-Governor
rind found only In collections. They while we cannot find ourselves at all upright In the table before him. The
1 i are tucked Inside of tbe corset cover, and but little personification to liken to the John E. Osborne of Wyoming. Tbe 10-
Hire excellent examples of serviceable under tbe bewildering mass of our be strands are then spun together ami
the upper half Is covered with lawn longings.Ilnnl life extinguishing serpent's colls run cal committees are giving special attention placed on the drying frames.An .
to
and such are relegated '
igllness as cut In tbe ahnpe of a sort of cuff whlcb two desert belts of country. Tbe one to tbe arrangements for accommodating
de- Is It for us to remember that a American E violin string requires
of tile curio
:J artment>e background Our even modern light must reaches to the top of the shoulder. This museum and a home are two different follows roughly speaking the tropic of I'i all who may come Names of six strands, the European four.

Is trimmed wltb lave and caught at tblnga. And If we make our homes Cancer, extending northward from it; those who are expected are secured so The strands, at one end fastened to an

II tbe shoulder with a bow of ribbon, so miniature museums we are. too likely tbe other, tbe tropic of Capricorn. Arizona far as possible, In advance, and proper upright post are twisted together
that even If it shows through the IM In the northern band as are the quarters are pixnlded for them. Denver
to see them turn Into mausoleums of n bile still damp and pliable by means
blouse It would never suggest a sblel
Tbe stroke of genius in tbe device Is in One family of which we know has Asia, structures of brick and stone and In drying frames, the strings are cut Inengtbs

nI the whalebones tbat run from the arm- Inws like unto those of tbe Medes and Now these desert belts are growing.In general as well equipped as any hotels MISS roLIXTTB WILLIAMS AKI JOSEPH coiled and boxed in oiled paper
tbe without which tbe fieat desert of northern Arizona In tbe United States In addition there LBITKB.
hole to outer edge Persians as to what things shall or for shipment To polish the strings J
the whole thing would prove useless, shall not enter Its sanctum. This fam- tbe traveler, threading bis way across i are numerous apartment and rooming and the handsome and popular son of very fine emery paper laid on a grooved ,

wrinkling up In a few momenta. But lly considers the home In somewhat u sugubiusb and cacti plain shut In by bouses, and many private families expect the late Levi Z. Letter would not have aluminium block Is used. While the

by this means it is held firm and tbe light of a club, and the Idea Is carried abiupt sided shelves of land rising here to open tbelr homes to visitors on surprised Washington society a short strings are still on the drying frame "

smooth and does Its work admirably. out by the casting of a ballot for and there some hundreds of feet high I the occasion. of tbe convention. A big time ago, but If Miss Elklns ever favored the covered block is passed over the
er, suddenly comes upon a petrified for Letter the fascinations he
and article young time
against every new proposed I I strings, polishing as many at one :
I for ndmlsslon. est: exerted were soon eclipsed by those of In ae block. It
AUTO TRIP. tbere
FOR THE as are grooves
I Trunks of tiees in all stages of fracture tbe Italian nobleman and explorer who
I I Tbe result Justifies the method. That can be seen tbat from tbe manner In
strew the ground over a space' sued for her band.
Lunch Baskata With Complete SarvloeFor home Is utterly refresb Ing. It has attained which the strands are twisted the effect
miles In extent So perfect are
some Miss Williams Is the daughter of
,J Plenlo M.al. that rare quality-harmony. of polishing Is to weaken the
a
I I tbelr forms. he Is almost minded to Colonel and Mrs. J. R. Williams of
No need for being Inconvenienced I think tbe \usual nasteful woodchopper Washington. Mr. Letter was born In string,
either by hunger or thirst when on an Always Rudy Lamonada. In the essential features tbe process
him been by and left tbe scattered Chicago In 1868 and graduated from
There Is nothing more refreshing on of making the One gut strings for surgical
nuto trip these days if the latest luncheon pnuliKt of bis art In Uttered confusion Harvard In 1891. He won fame In
a hot day than a long drink of cool uses or tbe heavy strings tbree-
tea basket Is taken along.
or upon tbe scene of his exploitOnly 1807 as the hero of one of the most
lemonade; but, however anxious the elglitbs of an Inch thick sometimes
There have been fitted baskets for
I llielr beautiful color conveys a noted deals ever transacted on the
hostess may be to serve this beverage, employed for machinery belting does
the market heretofore
auto on ,
picnics sense of strangeness to tbe eye and Chicago bonrd of trade. It was regarded
It Is sometimes Impossible to do differ from the method employed
but like tbe compactness, thecomplet..ness so uot
anything
I loaning down and touching them, be as the most daring feat ever
owing to the lack of Ingredi lu the of the musical strings except
necessary case
and the attractiveness of :
flmls. tlint they are-stone; chalcedony performed In the wheat pit. Mr. Lei.ter'lI
ents. In fact It Is for just this reason tbat the latter are bandied with
recent importations It would be has
some not carbon! Form outlived substance three sisters all married Into the
difficult to match. that tbe sirup that may be pre more care.-Chicago Record-Herald.
and kept the resemblance, while British. aristocracy one of them being
Tbe old style basket was generally pared by tbe following recipe Is one of tbe matter
the particles original the late Lady Curaon, wife of the for
of tbe greatest of household convenIences FEED ON POND LILIES.
of wicker. Tbe later arrivals are of have all been spirited away. Yet so mer viceroy of India.
wicker Is not ; It Is delicious but, what Is still
leather, though entirely perfect Is the presentment one can '
more Important. It enables one to procure I Mooaa Are Exceedingly: Fond ef ThaaePratty
superseded and tbe equipment Is designed hardly believe tbe fact and where one
GENERAL BARRY'S CAREER.
supply of lemonade !literally! at a .
a Flowars.At
for parties of two, four or six. fallen glunt spans a little canyon one
:'.J: DUTCH LAMT1UUf.'combtJe The prices are remarkably reasonable, moment's notice, says the !May Delineator almost. thinks to bear the sound of water I first thought It would appear impossible
.' utility wltb beauty, notwithstanding ranging from about $8 to a little less : Extract the juice from a dozen rushing down tbe creek. II I Pacificator and Paaoe Malntalner In that such large, gaunt denlIPUS -
Cuba and Haro of the Orlont.
tbe fact that tbe uglier Ian.tern than $::10, the cost of course, being regulated large lemons; grate the rind of six of But It Is some millions of years and of the forest as moose could la
. claim a greater age the lemons and add It to the juice. i Tbe president's nomination of Thomas Interested in flowers.
be
,can justly by the number of persons provided more since this catastrophe befell, and any way They
than any: of tbe others. for and the quality of the fitting let tbe mixture stand for twelve hours tbe torrent uprooting it left it prone II. Barry to be n major general Is .re, however, exceedingly fond of all

_' Our ancestors sought for beauty, of the basket or overnight la the morning make a with limbs outstretched In futile grasp popular In Cuba, where General Barry kinds of water lilies. Few people

'even as we do, and soon evolved better Tbe plates, cups and saucers are of thick sirup of granulated sugar and upon the other side. A conifer It was, Is In command of what Is called the know that these flowers grow from

.ball lanterns out of tbe same principle white enameled ware, with a gilt rim, water, using about six pounds of the cousin only: to such as grow today, and army of pacification. He has been on thick snake-like root stocks which are

by tbe use of ornamental frameworks giving n delightful suggestion of fine sugar and just as little water as possible flourished probably In tbe cretaceous leu to of absence In the United States, so firmly attached to the bottom that

,of Iron or brass wltb slides of ground china, wltb the assurance of practical as the sirup must be both thick era. for tbe land has not been under null one object of his visit at tbls time be: strongest man cannot loosen them.It .

'glass stained painted or etched. A Indestructibility. The necessary table and smooth. Wben It has cooled, strain water here since the advent of tertiary I was to confer with Secretary Taft of la from these firmly moored rootstocks

Dutch design shown In tbe picture has ware Is most conveniently disposed, the lemon juice Into It Bottle In glass, times, ,, MATOll BFBZB OF DKNVXR AND A WBLOOMBABCH. the war department and Major General tbat the much admired leaves

retained tbe favorite hexagonal shape, the knives slipping into metal catches being certain that tbe tops are secure I Nowhere near it, except for tbe rare J. Fraukliu Bell, chief of staff of and flowers strive toward tbe light

while painted npon each of these six that hold them securely and the list and air tight. In making lemonade cottonwoods along tbe bank of tbe Lit attendance Is looked for in part because tbe army ou the subject of reducing A well known naturalist who studied

ground glass faces Is a tulip In an being complete even to a carving set with this sirup place a little crushed tle Colorado grows anything today. a great many people will doubtless the miinter of troops In Cuba. It Is cbe habits of the animals In northern

oddly: shaped vase. The result is quaint and salt spoons for the luncheon bas lee In the bottom of a tall glass, add Tbe land wblcb once supported these take occasion to visit Denver at expected' that there will be protests Minnesota, where moose are more numerous

and pleasing, for tbe tulip and vase kets. Some of the metal carriers for one or two teaspoonfula of the sirup, forests Is Incompetent to do so now.i tbe time of the convention and Incidentally ngulnxt any withdrawal of troops, especially than in any other part of the

stand out boldly: on tbe light ground tbe sandwiches, salad, game, or what according to taste, and flll with either Yet nothing bas changed tbere since see the sights of that part of from the foreign Interests. Lit- world, often found two or three big

glass surface. The framework of this ever composes tbe menu, are arranged carbonated or plain water. except tbe decreasing water sup tbe country. Many side trips can be lulls engaged In gathering their mornIng -

lantern la but a slight modification of In double tiers. but all are roomy: and This sirup may also be used successfully ply. During tertiary and quaternary made easily from the capital of Colorado meal on the lake bottom. The

that of the old utility lantern, for It Is positively dustproof. I In making cakes, pies, puddings, time tbe rainfall bas been growing less to points famous for their scenic treat beasts would slowly stalk about

decorated. very simply. Tbere are separate holders for butter, custards, etc., being a most economical and less Proof of this Is offered by charms or for their human Interest In three or four feet of water, and

: :'." 1 salt pepper, and the liquids that are method of utilizing lemons, as It enables tbe great pine oasis that caps the plateau uuch as Pike's peak, tbe Royal: gorge often their beadu would be under water

,* An Orange Mold. carried with luncheon, while the tea the cook to obtain absolutely the of which these petrified forests and tbe gold fields of tbe Cripple Creek for half a minute at a time, so tbat

};JMly can be attractively molded in baskets are complete even to the tea. full value of both sugar and fruit form a part and Is kerneled by the San district. One of tbe excursions which their back would look like bowlder

oranges with little trouble caddy. An alcohol lamp and kettle Surely this Is a fact worthy of consideration Francisco peaks. Tbe height above are popular Is that offered by a railroad Just protruding from tbe stream; then

If .Out oft? a circular piece from the stem are a feature of the tea baskets, and by the economical housewife. sea level of the spot where the chalcedony giving a trip of sixty miles in both directions a pair of magnificent antler would

end and,scoop out the contents.i there are separate carriers for cream In I trunks are strewn Is about affording passengers tbe opportunity come up, and tbe water would be

i Wash :the rinds In cold water and addition to the food carrier and the I The Scrap Drawer. 4.6OO feet. Tbe lower present limit of to stop at various points and shaken out of the big ears with a flapping

pat them on tbe stove in boiling water complement of china and spoons. Picnicking Every woman knows the value of a the pine In its full development Is gather the magnificent mountain wildflowers noise that could be heard for a

and a little sugar. Boll for Ave minutes wltb tbe aid of these new scrap bag to hold bits of silks, ribbon, O.HOO/ feet Two thousand feet upward whlcb abound. quarter of a mile, and then the big;

and stand on tbe Ice to cool. conveniences Is certain to prove a joy lace and other "left overs" from dressmaking the \erdure line bas retreated since the There Is no such thing as Democrat long muzzlt> would be leisurely chewIng I

: Make a jelly: of some kind either one for the autolst whlcb may: be useful for former forests were And this is no or Republican In Denver TV ben It comes n dripping mouthful of water Uly

of eranges colored to a deep tint or a I patching or for some other purpose. local alteration for upon tbe other side to civic pride and work for the general eaves and other plants gathered frem .

port wine jelly: whose rich tones is Pompadour L...... But where a bag Is used the coveted of tbe plateau petrified remains of trees good of the city.; Republicans are work- tbe bottom.So .

.. with the rind. For the square face the pompadour piece Is sure to be down at tbe bottom, are similarly found. lug with Democrats in the movement inteut were the huge animals oa

| Pour the jelly: In liquid state Into the must be made to follow the outline of so that It Is necessary to dump out the I The line of perpetual green bas risen to give every person who visits Denver gathering flowers that several times

orange* and let it stiffen.I the face. I entire contents of the bag every time because In desert regions the moisture a good time. Under tbe Inspiration of the naturalist could row up close

I I. When ready: to Bern It may: either Round faces should be surrounded something Is wanted out of It Therefore Is found most plentiful nearest to the the example of the mayor, R. W. Sper, enough to secure a good photograph ..

be. sent,to the table In the whole orange by a moderate sized pompadour. I It Is better to devote a spare clouds from which tt falls upon a "nho Is untiring in labors for tbe manlclpnllty before they splashed noisily back tethe .1

or' the rind containing the jelly: The woman with broad cheek bones drawer In a bureau to scraps. Here the parching earth. Streams, Instead of tbe citizens generally... I shore and disappeared In tbe black '

''east be cat Into quarters, which Is perhaps and a rather tapering chin will get the various rolls of laces and ribbons, each gathering volume as they go, are largest preparing to do their full duty; In the I spruce. When tbe moose find a good 1

' prettier and newer.effe best effect by a rather low flaring pompadour wrapped and pinned Into tight bun near tbelr source and grow less matter of hospitality. There bas bean OP"AL TBOILUI H. BABBT. \Illy: pond they continue feeding In It 'A

r. 3 :f.," surmounted by: a broad low dles, may be spread out so that each and less with each fresb mile of flow. a remarkably united effort to increase tie active work has recently been dono until tbe plants are almost exterminated. !

I t.I"IftIl. French Touch. chignon. one may be easily recognized. A bag The brooks descending from the Anti- the beautiful appearance of the city.; by tbe soldiers from the United States, .-Minneapolis Journal '

1 There. 'are various ways: of making Tbe long, thin oval face Is most becomingly for buttons old fringes and tbe like Lebanon, In Syria water tbe gardens Twenty thousand shade trees wen tbe preservation of order In tbe island I

the pretty; Frenchy: costume. A little : framed by: the same flaring may be Included among tbe contents of of Damascus and, tbence Issuing upon planted under the direction of the munlclpal bring left for tbe most part to tbaritrales. Unruly Leak. \

//Eton of heavy black novelty lace lay: In pompadour as in the above without tbe drawer, which proves a boon to all the plain lose themselves Just beyond authorities this spring, and a but the presence of Uncle It Is said that somebody; has at last

the wardrobe of a woman who dresses the chignon. who have tried It the threshold of Its gates So in the Ion test has been arranged by virtue of Gum's troops bas constituted an Important discovered a method by: which a wo

wonderfully: well at all times. This Unless the forehead Is very high the I I I Arizona desert though in a less degree which n prize will be awarded for the moral force and baa It is believed man's unruly abort locks may be made

spring, ",wishing to utilize the little line made by the hair around the brow Salad Oarnlshlnfl.A and those who live there know it lawn which Is kept best during the been valuable In preventing disturb to stay In place. Just mix together a

,..black ,lace Eton she took It In hand generally forms the prettiest outline but too well.-From Perclval Lowell's coming summer. Ornamental gates and ances. The soldiers are needed, how teaspoonful of glycerin: and ave teaspoonfuls -

and;made; It serviceable by applying it for the pompadour. "Mars and tbe Future of the Earth"In columns have been planned as permanent ever. In other places, and It la felt by: of water, shake the lotion

'to a\tlack\ princess gown. The Eton All exaggerations of the pompadour I Century. features In tbe beantificatlon of ,, tbe government at Washington that a well and just before you go oat apply :

Iwa* tlked In place, then embroidered are bound to make a woman look com : the city and special arcbes and columns '' beginning should be made In tbe process It to the hair with a very, soft brash.

(Upon'the goods, so to speak. Then mon. Breaking Wlra. have been erected by: way of wel'l'I of reducing the forces In tbe island. Wben tbe hair bas been dressed aa .

eome'colored touches were put Into Anybody who bas tried to break apiece come to the guests of July. Denver General Barry reached the rank of usual every lock will lie snugly la position

be .lace, and finally the front was seIcured Potato.* With Mint. of wire without the aid of n. pair long outgrown the characteristics of a brigadier general In 1903 and was ap, although there will be ._

with some gold cords and tasaebO Quite the most delicious way: of of pinchers will probably: agree tbar the mining camp. It Is a city with sixtyflve : : ; I I| pointed to the command of the Cuban tbat sticky, oily: look tbat Is so one.

, tt dressed up the prince In cooking new potatoes Is to place them operation U both a difficult and pain graded schools, including four high I I. army of pacification In 1907. He was the result of stay: In place DIIdu.....

.. In boiling water with two or three -:: ful one. Tbere Is a method however, schools; ISO churches, a public library I Iof'l00OOO born In New York In IBM and graduated A few drop of one's favorite perfamo

I sprigs of fresb mint When the potatoes :::::1j by which It may be easily accomplish volumes and a manufacturing from tbe United States Military may: be added to the glycerin and water

I.tyl. Things have been cooked and drained, a I ed. By bending the wire Into a loop output estimated last :year at nearly academy at West Point In 187T. He but care should be takea lea the

little melted butter should be poured and pulling both ends as tight as possible 1200.000.000. served with distinction in tbe China odor be overstrong.

: to regret over them. Tbe mint adds a most decorative scheme for any salad is 0 an Injury will be caused to tbe relief expedition during tbe Boxer insurrection ,

1: .... eompllc.tlona.A delicate but not at an an obtrusive obtained with rings and leaves stamped wire wblcb on being straightened will I After the Chat*. and later won credit in tbe

,' of strong feelings are also like- flavor. Instead of trying to peel new from pimentos and pickled walnuts. immediately break. By this means He (panting as be poshes her over Philippines, and be visited Manchuria Seething the Anther. '
Actor In the first act last night'.
!
:r too much..tlsfactton. potatoes the English. cook removes the wire op to No. 12 gauge may be successfnlly the fence)-Well, darling :you made during tbe war between Russia and -
.< .. of saying things lathing. skins by: rubbing them very' hard with dealt with. (good shot wltb that red bat of :years. I I 1 Japan to observe tbe campaign there. when Roderigo U to shoot me. his gwadidn't

an extremely: stiff brush. This leaves His Fir** Wife. I. She (also panting) What do you 0 General Barry went to Cuba to succeed go off. This sort of thus] apoOsmy

t:. one always ha* the pleasure them both white and smooth and obviate "Father haven't yon bad another Fire/ and sword are but slow engines meant General Theodore J. Wlnt. who : play.: Manager-It doesn't make!

;ot.th ig what the little boy did who the necessity of peeling them I wife The Bible say :you married of destruction In comparison with the H* (grimly: )-It bit the bull's eye sill died during tbe preparations for landIng any difference whether he shoot yea!

,the spanking anyway.Considerate.: ., after cooking. Anno Domini 1885." babbler.-Steel*. right-Baltimore American. troop In Cuba. or not The audience appreciate the
situation. They: know yon are aet
t., 1 .
Yea, Ind..". 'I The Original Now Zaalandora. She Might Not Like It. --- -- worth the powder It would taka to,
Not Very Flattering. A KING'S DREAM.
If I were of sweetheart The original New Zealanders were "Old man Pllklnson candidly admits shoot :you and And tt very; appropriate'that
'" would :you marry me "It takes a couple a I Wben the artist bad finished bis scenic
girl!, working for a living?" askheiress. dencedly long time to say: goodby.: even known as the most ferocious cannibals that his wife made him what be Is." sketch of the stretch of wood skirtIng Ballaf In the Vision Might Hav* the gun mlssas Brew Liverpool

If they: are parting for only a fewhours. and the most warlike savages. Theywere : "Yes. But 1 have noticed that he la the suburban road, be looked up .Changed HUtory. "ercury. I
responded the accepted ." big, gaunt fellows, of Immense always: careful to assure himself before Irishman
serious faced
g and beheld
"It wouldn't be fair. You'd beough '"Much adieu about nothing, ehl" muscular fore and great sagacity.: admitting It that she Isn't present whom be bad a previously noticed digging On June 12. 1045: Charles I. slept at Unkind Dealuetle* .
:
the little Inn In Scouts Mrs. Benbant-rm goUg to give a
Naseby village.
These savage New Zealanders though 1 : ,
elL"- deniaL -.Jodge.I .
to In a
: In supporting 7OGr Kansas City Times.Amiable.. put In a trench by the roadside gaaIng '
they ,at* their enemies. Interred their : had brought news of the approach of big party: on my: birthday.: Beahan-. ;
ihla Ledger.Iverag own dead, and they believed that the queerly: at his canvas. the parliamentary army and the king Who will be Invited? Mrs. Re .... ., 'j".,
One Cur*. "do :.(
I "We I!. said the artist familiarly,
Just friends. Beoham
resolved to them battle., my
"Daughter,. Is husband amiable : third day: after burial the heart separated "1 believe I'll rock the boat,." *.- could make picture was give .
Englishman does not your itself from the corps and was :you suppose :you In tbe middle of tbe night the lords you said that :yon were golag to ,: .- :
i wife or suiter to be anything: r* carried to the clouds by an attendant eland tbe man lu the stem. I like tba U" I of tbe bedchamber who slept In the a big party-; ...New York Press. ,.",M. : y..
L' A beautiful and amiable "Well ma, be'* just exactly like pa.Wben -- : "Don't do If advised his.companion. Tbe Irishman mopped his forehead a outer room were disturbed by: an extraordinary ), ( t.fl'" ? !i

; hS Ideal of feminine perfeo be pta his own way about everything "It might discharge this unloaded pistol moment and. with a deep sigh answered 'o : noise In tbe king's room. Philosophy; when superficially. ,>>. .' !
he's Just perfectly lovely."_ is) in doing right from I have In my: jeans."-Louisville "Sure c'n do annythlng IfI .
d.... ...14. Happiness ; a mon : Upon entering they: found Charles f lt"jki .> led excites doubt; when. llunsesaMj .,'

-...-....- .. . ..' .. right- motives -Margaret at Navarre., Courier-Journal. .. I I .he's driv to utl"-Argonaut, bolt upright la his beet and la a pkxed It dI8peIa" ..... {
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", hnldn":1'f.. 179 Daytona ; .. . . ... .. L B 18 87 Lots 8 and 4 10 Dunlawton. . I Wlh.mon.. '. ..a. 1 DeLand, : ,
9 hub of R lot d Ormond'i fJ' O ,11a. [ Uowatd4 ..J..1:f t Dt Lot 8 blk 2 sub of lot 4 blk 28 Daytona //j I {f ,Iii.: '. J F WillTama. .. . 628 All blk 17 Dunlawton ,. .. . . J Cha.. D.ugh.rty..... .".,. .. 8 1 florlds1TJJ.J& ,i I
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Clara P Mayo. . . US blk 1 sub of 1.8 of lot Lot 1 Ch Dsuyberlyr..tN. 18
ofRlot'66'rmoud w 6 blk 26 : ,
*2 c sub sub of R lot IVi, Orof ,. B Stunpaon. ... ......_..I 53 < y . .. . .il"W, H 121 Lot 8 tIt 26 Dunawton.: : : : : : : :: : : : : : : : I. .''I: P b' Daugherty.: : :.::: 'i. = 7 C .\ .I; w.-i I.o .
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R lot 7. Ormond.. 1 ', .' Hr. of M A Constantine 22 69 Daytona .. .. ... .. .. . .. .. J H D ..m..y. . 121 Lot a sub of lots 1. and 3 blk K .I" "' Ch. ..,.,. 1176 FOURTH STATE BANK ",
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.i of R lot 14, Ormond. John Hunt ? . ,. 872 blk 27 Daytona .. . . . . S S 268 Lots A. I end sub' lots 1sand; : '. 1 v Johnson. \, .. .,,1! U8 : Under "Laws'ot*''''
S -and B sub of Grt lot 8V4, I 11 0 Hrs of Constantino 2 09JIrs Lot 4U.lk.&-..Ml.tola A aiui.4 Wk.il ..-. ......._.." but L Port DanPa; Organized (the
. . .. . Daytona . Ceo Ludwiff 1 48 Lots Tlemming Port I Mart" ...... ... 191 '
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_congtanl! (! qg) Lot 4 sub Daytona. Dan Shannon 6 28! Orange ,e ,.a.FLORI ... '
11 Highland Blk, Ormond.. A J Constantine..1681 Lot 8 sub of lola 2 and 7 blk U Daytona James Slake 7 70 Loa 7 a 9i; '; 2 FieI.s; : : r : .W Johnson.l.: ". .111. ? it*;) Ju,1 ,

lira d 29 blk Form. Granada; Grove, Ormond.Ormond. G S Cove. . . . 1 2a Lot n'aub of Ion S and 7 blk >8 Daytona j. ',k., Port orange d.bi' .. .. .. W ,..., .S ill ol. :Ii'itfI s

.a Dayboraey, Ormond .., 8 1 a .; Joseph Kmderland htfi,,' 1 211 . .. L W Wills .. . 268 Lola t to 9 Inc hIlt 4 Fammng Port l JonlOn. ," """ lI ", .. fr9u8
Job Anderson .......... 99 Lots 26 and; 'iY sub'of'; ; iota'; V ; bikt . /
I 8 Day homey, Ormond and Orange . .. .. .. 8 It Chisbolm.t .. "
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2 Liberia : .;.; .. Asbery O'Nell t 64 IU t Daytona .. . Maria Carter . . 8 00 Lots 10 and h. 189 :., i ""l"" > '! .
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, W 4V E-8snford.nvvvw. ;;;; 809 Lota 8 and 4 bik 1 sub of lola 3. 1 and N 289 ft 01 2 A..or.. Orange S It Cbl.hohn. . :. 6 91' .' ,ot" ..", .,. .
id 34 blk .. . .... .
4 Lavegs Lavega, Ormond, Ormond., .. .. F R Moore . . 2 09 8 blk *8 Daytona . ..> .. It' J J Thomas . . .i. 1 97] W 100 It of a of. ft J.of lot 1 4(16 18 18 > I.nl.ul.r hodue Co. "..U11 .raw
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Washington 2 09 blk11 2 89
k 4 Loa 10, 20 and 81 aub of I M J \ N 7.8 of lot 8. . . ? .
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Lavegi, Ormond ... Ase'n.. G 16 70 Alex . ,
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& L 1 54 Dayton.-.7 if 3 I h rl togoi' 11MCapital
. B, 0, 7 and 8 blk 1 Soudan and 6 blk 21 1 ItA'J W M Nickerson. 16! S 1& CJf lot 8. .. .. .. .. ... .. 6 18 10 I' .. .,. .., 8 .
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a 6 to' 11 lob SoutlanOrmond; ; ; ;; Hrs Hrs of of O G B B Constantine Constantino: : 2 8 39 73 Lot 21 8 Daytona blk 8 sub 'of lots i .3 and 5' blk M C Gary . . . 1 43 .qr 3 ft a of ne cor of lot :.8. 8 18 1 P W Johnson. .; 1 711N34 I Stock ., r_ $50.000 ,

v 1,' 3, *, 6, 7 and 8 blk 12 Soudan 38 Daytona . .. .. .,.. . L Thomai .. . .. 1 48 "f lot 7 and lot 8. . . . 8 ]2 P W Johnson. . ;'. 3 78 Surplus and Undivided Profits 1
irmottd .. .. .. .. .. Hra of O B Canetantlna 2 19 Lota 6 and 6 blk 1 sub of lot 6 bl38 Lot 1 AI.ndal. ... .. .. .. .. P W ohnson.. .... .r. 55,000 }r rStockholders' ,.
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. ] J.:8.: 6, 7 and 8 blk 13 Soudan . . .w'. 83 C A hood .. 10
? Daytona . . . David Ranis 680Lltiie S.\ 18 44
'Trnond . . . of sad sw'4 of ... Mrs fowler, 1 L $0.000 i
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Daytona. Ilonum .. .., 142 of '. .. . . 10 10 40 Saul. & Powell. . ,
blka 14 to 19 Inc Soudan Ormond ,\ J Constantine . 209 Lot li) sub of lot 8 bUt 28 Uaytona. Henrietta Fatton . 4 08 W'rio of of .. ..... .. U6 83 A hail. .. .. . 148 ..
bib:20 to 24 ino boudan Ormondi Loa .1 .wl. 2 l 118 .
lira of G U Constantino 2 09 10 20 and 21 sub of lot 8 blk 28 '. 6 acres sw14 of swV4. 29 33 ; '
< and 7 blk 24 Soudun, Ormond Hn of G B Constantine 1 28! Daytona .. . .. . . .. . Hra Cath Wilson . 10 41 Se'4 of ': . . .. . .. : : :: 21 : al 40 Bra\Mood J 11 fowler;: : : : : 70 ,
S bllt 'T Melrose, Ormond . S H Wardwell128; Lot 2 blk 31 Daytona . ., .'.. .. .t J F Irout.j-. 770 of seVa. . . . . . . 21 18 33 10 Nanny .. 148 .4 .'. '
1 blk .8 Melrose, Ormond.. .... :i.P .. . S :JOO ft of e 161 ft of lot 1 blk 1 sub S.1 l.Comb. 148 'tie. :
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3J>MaMor's Lower Onnond Beach W 60 ft of nVa of lot 1 blk 1 sub of att" Swl' 803. .. . . . .. .
Ul "_r'. Lower, Ormond Bosch '. ,rr"'A-CIChapman.I ;. + lit of lot 4 blk 31 1' . k' Nora J Nelson. . UJ Lol 1 page and a w9llnof S 28 18 3 tin 'If 1 1 bowler 173 ajHE :

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Lot 0 blk 3 Ludwlg's; I..j.lk. 32 DayLot of nwVi .'f. .. ... ., 28 16 83 8 L H Comes. . . .
1ThIkM8.! ; Halifax Beach.. ::. :.: :.:. Unknown :;:: ::N:;.: .1" \76a. to Celeste Earl.. . . 123 NX of swli. . .. . .. .. .. .. 30 16 .43 C A Moody . . 1 3 2 Stability of this Banktes.
jbllsL Halifax Beach. . .. 4bIk"i'tuclwigtiJB'ub'bik'c. :; ; : 8
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Unknow,. . . .... 74 : Lois 8 and 9 talk 3 sub of of ..' 8
yblk: U, Halifax Beach... .. .. 10. Price. . . . 71 tone . .. .. . . .. ? W H Royal . . 123 Lot 6 blk 2 Bryan's Homestead swVi .. .4. 23 17 83 Mansfield & Ballough. 93 T 'o;
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'Vandj;: 6 Assessor's Halifax Beach G W EII.wortb. . .. 818 tona . .. .. .. . . . Emma Rhodes . .. 1 23 All blk 1 l Trope Oil. . . . 41 17 17 83 83 117 D L L llignble Coe. .,.. .. .. .. .... ..,. .. .. 4 1 6 .

t ta.y t 'f lot 1::: : : : : : : ::: : : : : : :' 33 36 I: 32 32 1: W blk\.nG\ & Davis::.. : : : : : : : It: Lots 8J 8 Daytona and 4 blk. .:4. .Ludwig'" .. .sub. .blk. T W Duncan. .. . .. 1 97 Lots Grt 1 .and. .4. .to. .8' 'inc. .blk. .2. .P. .Trope. . 41 17 3 1 L Highbl. . . 1 97 jHE and Surplus' but in

.bxof lot 1iiub .. . .. ... 36 14 88 18 D L Graham .. ,. IIl Lot 7 blk 4 Ludwig's auk bill 32 Day All blk 8 and 4 P Trope Grt .. .. 41 17 3 2 1 L Highbi. .., . 408 / '
of lot 1"ubJof .. . . .. ... .. 86 189 16 Nora S thwlin. . 818 tona H. . . . . . . . Joa Johnson . . 183 B Seoul Grt. . . . .. . . 37 20 83 1195 W B lay lor. Character; Experience
lot 1.. . .. .. ... 36 38 18 Mary G It Lot. nd 4 blk B Luilwla'a sub blk All fractional . . . ... .. .. 1 21 393 Pritchard Bros. .. . 10 6
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3 Ml Hernandea Grt.: .: .. .. .. 43 88 C Ii C : : : : : : :: II: Daytona M Cola .. 1 72
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Lot 8 blk 6 sob blk All . . . .. . . . .. 8 21 33 666 Pritchard Bros . 17 Financial Responsibilityof
8 Mlliernandea Grtllcrnandc . .. .. .8 14 82 l' 11 Slaughter . . 31 8 ton, Ludwig's 32 Day. Ema Rhodes .. .. . 123 All . .. ... ... ... . .. .. ... 1 21 83 640 Pritchard llros .. ... 14 8 .
JIC;, Grt . ? .. 43 14 82 Alice AI: Walker .. .. 56itad Lot 9 bl'k"5"Lud'wVg's'sub bik"32"Daytona All .. :... .. .. . .. .. .. 1 21 113 040 Pritchard Bros . the Men Back of it and

, 28 w o f road HernandesI . . . .. .i. . L C Coletnan .. . 1 23 Lot 2 A Pon's Grt . .. . 16 9 1 B J Pacetti. .. 9 "Acively
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, lot 6 Hopkins, Fitch Grt CO Carrie B Wilder . 14 10 Daytona . . .. . . ... .. C C Goodwin. .. . 488 WVt of lots 18 and 84 and s 20 ft of 1 Interested in the Conduct of its Affairs .
41 szry 8-8 sV Hopkins Fllohrtv.rt.vl lot 33 sub of lots 1 and 2. . 17
| > 34 J M Hawks. . .. 171 .
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12 blk 1 sub
of lot 4 blk 33 91
Daytona C C Goodwin. Lot 3 blk 6 Coronado Beach
41 C A Ballough . ,. 769 C W .. ,. .
4Hoblt'ina Fitch"Grt'I! .". !. .". C A ana W E liallougll 8 64 Lot 4 blk 3 sub of lot 4 blk 32: Daytona A M Andrews. . 93 Lot 10 blk I 6 Coronado Beach: : : : : : : : : : Barne' Sperry& Eddison.j : : among them some of the

IB ./blk2; Hand Tract of Fitch Grt 0 C Bsrre.. ... ... ., ,, -164 SWd"of lot 30 blk 40 Daytona.. ... I Lot 10 blk 10 Coronado Beach . Blake & Wright. .. . : r
10 end 11 blk 4 Hand 'Tract of ISO ftdeOOftdMl I Ntt of lot 2 blk 18 Coronado Ueach. Most Substantial and Successful '

tab 9t Grant .. . .: .t... 16 John Russell . . 8411 blk 33 Daytona .. . . . .. E C Surtwell .. . 317 Lot 1 blk G Coronado Beach . . J C I Wii.on.. .... : :: : : : : 70
M blk 4 Hand Tract of Fitch Grt B W B . N 100 ft of a 00 ft of lot 1 blk 33 Day Lot 2 blk G Coronado Beach.. . H E Tubbs . . .
Taylor. 1 54 70
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:It.blk 7 homing Filch Grt . tona . . . M M Helton 4 38 Lois 4 and 6 blk G Coronado Beach. G .. .;
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Chi Van Dorn . 183 9J ,
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lot 0 blk 49 Daytona .. . . . 111 Ktier. .. U 7i
1 18 Wk 22 Fleming Pitch Grt 6 Mary A Decker Dtl Lot 22 sub of lot 4. . . . . 10 17 84
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12 bllt 23 Fleming Htcll Grt 1 A : : : : : Lots U and 13 blk 2 Powhatlan
Decker 99 Btiach
Mury w t.3 of lot 30 blk 4B Daytona. .. Fred Lundy. . . 36 98 0 J .. . .. 70
1 bile 33 Fleming Filch Grt .. .. 1 Mrs G W C.rt.r..l 64 Lot blk S Powhaunl BeachLots . S A Wood . .. . 70
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18bllt Fleming . Lot 13 blk CO Daylona . .. . J W Recce . . 14 91 1
holly Hill W T Adkins. . . :2 04 and 8 6 1'owhattan Beach G W Knox 70
",4" aub' .of.Oil blk 8. .M and C Holly Lot 10 ex. .w. .Olio. .ft..of. .aft. .blk. .Cl. .Daytona ., D W Hanker .. . . 8 00Lots Lot 14 .blk 10 Powhatlan beach, : T R Webb : : ::: : :: : ::: 70 .
.1'1. Emily :M Smith. . 1 24 16 17 and 18 blk 61 . .. . 12120 S 703 1 3 ft of lot 4 blk 4 Daugherty's., h IC1'.1
Daytona C M .
3 bile li' M'and Holly'ill" Christy .. . . 1 a
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W 11 . New Smyrna ,
Long. . i69 Lots 8 and 4 blk 63 i Dnytona . . W R Dennison . . 21 CO Julia D Mann..1., .. 894 '. '.
I of iota 9 and 10 blk 13 M and C Lot 18 Hnnegnn's, New S.nyrna . Lowe. ,. . .,... ... I '
Lot 1 ex s :33 ft blk 1 sub of 10 1 .
.>1111lu1' Emily M Bmlth 4 B 6 lots\ Lot 7 blk 1 Smith's, Smyrna. C King . . 8 0 ,
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and la blk 52 Daytona. . .. .. Willi. William... . 438 .t .
I blk 14 M and C Holly Hill. .. 0 1' turwm .: ., 183 NV4 of iota 4 and B blk Pitzer & Net-I ,
Lot. 10 and 17 blk sub of lola 10 and "
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I bile 14 M and C Holly Hill . Celia Reeves. .. . 1 83 son, New Smyrna . . . Louis Pallicer .. .... .. 621 .
16 blk te Daytona .. . . G Weaver . . . 181
4'Klk' I SO-M and C Holly Hill J P Lapsley .. . .. :364 Lute 6 and 7 South sub blk 52 Daytona R Corbett . . . 7 70 Lot 1 blk 2 bheldon's New myra.. Will COO .. .?. . 123Zeha int. -
III ti 20 M: and C Holly Hill 13 8 Btrontt .. .. .. 'J Sf Lot 13 Smith sub blk &j Daytonu. Abe Jackson . . 190 Lots 8, 11 and 8 blk 2 Sam', NewSmyrna We p.y Interest .t the rite of 0/
,if lot! 5 blk 27 M and C Holly Hill Mary A Decker .. 99 blk 01 Daytona .. ... .. .. . .. . .. .. . . . . Sams . .. . 759 'I J
t- lot B blk 27 M and C Holly Hill Josephine Smith .. .. .. 818 Lot 1C and n lu ft of lot 1 Hmlth'a: Lot 8116 blk 30 Andrews. New Smyrna. L B Boucllelte 129 Per Annum In our Saving / 0 .
>( lot 1 blk 30 M and C Holly)/' Hill J B Hinsky,.. .. .. . 818 rub blk OJ . Polly Taylor 680 All bile 14 Picket New Smyrna., . Unknown ::: : :: : : : : 691 .
of. 'I Io| I blk 3D M and C Holly Lo 5 blk 1 Wall's :.'bajik.62 Daytona; ; ; L E Wall:.. : : : :: : : : : : : : 142 All I blk 21 k .New .. Unknown ... ....l... ... 3 18 Department, CompoundedQuarterly. "' .
II'L. .t. '. . .. . .'... W A gworthy. . 348 Lot 8 blk 1 Wall's sub blk ii2 Daytona W H Pickett, .. . 142 W 200 ft of a ; of 4 knlr.lk .
> aik a'ld c Holly\! Hill c F 'Lan h. 4 Be Lots 84 and 33;; blk 1 Wall's sub blk 62 Grant . . ... . .. ... and E W Gilbert. .. 621 .
,f lot 1 .blk 84 M and C Holly .Hhi B Mason. ::, :::::::::. 373 Daytona .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. P Spencer . . .. B 58 Wta of e 535 of a (1 ft of swtt of .
if lot* ifr.and 8 blk 84 M and C Lot 7 blk 2 Wall's sub blk 62 Daytona McNeil .. ... 142 ."1 . .. . . . .. 9 18 34 i Rosa V Hough .. . 1 00

01r) J R Williams .. .. 769 Lot 10 blk 2 Wali'a sub blk 62 Daytona k\i II Ip Green . . 1 18 W ft of n 495 ft of swli of nw',4 16 18 34 6 A Poland . . .. 118
of .lot.| blk 84 M and C Holly Hill Jane B Corwin. .. 313 Lot 27 and n 7 ft of w 8 ft of lot 28 NeVi of ..%. ... . .. .. . .. 17 18 84 40 Helen Morrison .. .. 167
L I.r : *... ... . .. ... ... I IS 32 76 W H Longe .. . 264 blk 2 Wall's sub blk 52 Daytona L E Wall. . .. . 148 Lot. . .. ... . ... tW . . .. 2t18 34 28 Hrs of Wm McCtibe. .. 1
it *w%.. . .. . .. .. . I 15 32 80 Ed Rogera . . .. 287 Lots 40 and 41 blk 2 Wali'a sub blk I 62 >,4 o. sw(4Wli ( . . . . .. . 31 18 34 115 Hodges. O'llara & Rus* t I
of nwii'of neU\ and neft of nw\4\ B6 13 33 60 HM Morris. . .. .. 287 Daytona . . . : . . F R Anthony . . 4 38J (fo. . e s .
4" 'cba of lot 1; 10 18 3J lOW Chandler. . 89 Lot 42 blk 2 Wall's sub blk 53 Daytona : McNeil. .. . 142J of ncYt . . ........... .. 321884 80 u S.el Wailes.... ... .. .. a
of >pei and n1k of swy. ox n Lot 4J blk 2 Wall's sub blk 52 Daytona C Crinsby . . 142 S 1545 ft of e C638 ft of nj!* of S Belt's II

:'rio It, .6 w 662M ft .. ...... .. 8 19 82 169 Hri. T Solomon.. .. .. B 12 I E 325 ft of lot 1 blk 5J Daytona . E H T Shaftor . 7) 90 I Grt . . .. . .. . .. .. 8 1 8 100 M L Fauvor . . I 00
>M ft of lot 1 lib of nw(4( ?. 7 19 82 16 Phlllls A Ell!.. ... .. 313 E 3J ft of lot 4 blk 1 Ureen's sub blk 63 Lot 8 blk 1 sub of lots 2, 3 and 4. 6 J M Samuels. . . .. 164 I

6 bill 8 B and S Seabreeze ... C L Harvey .. .. ,. 14 10 Daytona 'blk. Green''.'s'u'b 'blk' W W Jones . . I 38 I All fractional .. ? .. . 1 19 31 7 W H Gleason. . .. 99 j Any Business entrusted to us
7 blk 4 B and S SeabreezeI Bessie M ..... E 2 8 of lot <8 63 Lots 25 and 23 Delesplno Grt 19 J C Young 1 90
I Anel", B and S Seabreeze. .. MI McPherson Longe 1410 6 91 :, Daytona . . . . . . E F Oates. . . 8 17 i Lot 28 Delespme. Grl. .. : :: : : : : : : : 25 Margaret A Ryan : : : ::: 887 will have and CarefulAttention
91k10 B and S Seabreezeblk'4 : ,. C L Gould. .::::::: 4 66 Lot 8 blk 2 Green's sub blk 63 Daytona Oscas Sefno. . . 2 38. Lot 2 Delespine Grt. . . . .. 300 Doctor M hlon. 770 Prompt
Rogera Seabreezeif ... .. T P Sherman . . 11 37 Lots U and IS blk 8 Green's sub blk 53 Lot Delespine' Grt; . . . . 300 P R Md.u. . 1363Litzie
lot 11 t Rogers SeabreezeV W P Langworthy, . 864 Daytona . . . .. .. .I. R W Calvin . .. 8 17 Lot 3J Delespine GrtK . 38 W..tlnl. 4 08 .
dIt blk 7 Rogers Sea I E 89
oz. . .... W B Reed.... .... 621 I sub blk 53 Daytona. .. . .. . 1'111 Smith. . . 1041. of sVi of lot 1. . .. . .. . 1 18 35 20 Pritchard . . 99 -- .
ft of Iota 1, 8 and 8 blk8 Rogers W 66 ft of lots 6 and 6 blk 4 Green's Lot 6 Eldora ... . . . . .. 18 35 14 C B.net., . .. 1 61
O l .. .., J sub blk 53 Daytona.. .. . .. .. F M Smith. . . 12 83 Ny4 of wV4 of lot 4 2728B 19 10 Thompson 183
, rJl 1 ( Rogers'Seabreeze.. . . lira McCullough of W :$tawiuL...1713. 3 U Lot 10 blk 4 Green sub bile M Daytona F M Smith. . . . 2 b7 Sy3 of ne4 of neVi:: :: :::: : ::::: ::: 6 19 : 20 feri & Norman I : : : ::: 164 II I 63 63 6C83 83
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o 13 and 14 blk 11 Rogers Lot 21 blk 4 Green's sub blk 6J Daytona A C Fuquay. . 6 60 E 34 of nc'i of nw4! .. . . .. 0 19 30 . . 1 64
.-.. . . . N 23 of wH of lot 28 and n 2.3 of lot I
B M Browning- 2 II 6 acres sqr in nw cor of ne% of 7 19 35 6 Unknown . .. 99
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ft of w ii 'ft of"iot"ao'arid' lot 81 29 blk 4 Green's sub blk 53 DaytonaSH R W Calvin. .. : 817 Lot Oak ncl F E Cozzens 74 -.
w 98 ft and lota 22 and 23 blk 11 of lots 8 and 9 blk 6 Green's sub S : swii! of : 8 S3 2 S F : : : : : : : 99 -
nwVi. 19 Montgomery
KaraSeabreeza .. .. M C J Todd ... .... 1470 blk 63 Daytona .. . . .. .. F R Taylor. . . 10 41 Lot 9:1ftRlo1t. Grt. . . 6 A J Montgomery .. 99 -
A bitch Rogers Seabreete. . G C Gay. .. ... 183 Lots 17 and 18 blk 6 Green'l sub blk 53 Lot Grt. . . 6 A A . 99
I blk 18 Rogers Seab...... .. Mary E Smith .. .. ... 418 Daytona . .*. . .. .. .. .. Adeline Moore. . . 8 00 W 1 ft of lot 16 w Pablo Rosette Grt 7 J J Ilonlgum.ry.. !. . 128 in
bikURogers Seabreeze . E . Lots 10 to 13 inc sub of lot 1 blk 64
Mary Puquay ? 864 Daytona . . .. . . .. H E.Pratt.. . . . 438 N 300 acres e the l 1.10 Deleiplne & '
ft of Iota 1 and 2 blk 16 Rogersibreeaa > > <
Foucbard Grt . .. ... . .. 42 . 12 83
Hrs of Wm McCabe

of blk .16. .Rogers. . .Seabreeza....,. .. .. .. W R B B and Week. . .. .. 213 818 I Lots tons:JO .and... .21. .sub. .of. .lot. .1. .blk. B4. .Day... H E Pratt. . . . U Lot 2 . . . .. .. . ... . 4 19 1 3 3 Souviile . . . 1 67
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Templeton. I S 220 ft of lots 9 and 10 Assessor'aTriton
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Lot sub of lot 1 blk 64 .. McLain. . .
t lot deed 10 bile book 17 42 agars 48 Seabreeze blk 18 Mabel Lehman. . . 193. Lots 25 2 and 3 blk 64 Daytona Daytona.. . . H A C T Fltten . . 17 86 Beach . . .. .. J M McCrath.J . . 486I
per page .. . 1 67 S 20 ft of lots 6 and 30 and lots 0. 7. I
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Lot 2 sub of lots 1 ft 2 blk 66 Daytona G A Green
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Seabreeze E Smith .. 213
gas Mary 8 and 29 28 and blk 1 s
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ex A. KX> ft blk 4 East Daytona.. C A Ballough .. ... 41 80 Lot 16 sub of lots 1 & 2 blk 66 Daytona Rufus Mann. . 161 Triton Beach .1. .:. . M MoOrath . . 181 =
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blk 6 East Daytona .. ... .. ... f W Williams. .. .. 1137 Lot 27 'sub of lola 1 & 3 blk 69 Daytona M Cole. S 20 ft of lot 6 and lot 8, 7, 8 and 9

blk /6 East Daytona ., .... R P Francis. . .. 19 66 Elk of lots 43 and 44 sub of lots 1 and blk 3 Triton Beach .. . . J M Mclntosh .. . 183
5 ,.blk.7{, East Daytona. F C Carulhers. ,. .. 691 2 blk 65 Daytona.. . .. .. .. Chas Adams. . . 1 9i E 100 ft of w 200 ft of lot 9 Assessor's Q

1.1 aV and.4,6 ntt, 7,8,9andn8ftof of lot 6 blk 16 East E 110 ft.of. .lot. .IB. .&.. .lot.. .16. .blk.. .56* .Daytona . John Tbede . . 11 83 Ormond Beach . .. . .. . Wm l.nit . . 6 2 Q
S IvO ft of 3JO ft of lot 18 blk 65
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t!tona to- 9'Inc;; 'and; syf'of lot t i ib'bik'lVit B F Koohesberger 110 88 Daytona S James.. ..... . ... 197 D. P. SMITH, i
N 100 ft of 200 ft of lot 13'jik.5i t : n
Daytona N F Koohesbergar. . 44 43' ,
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I to' 6 and' a 4SV4 ft of lots 6 and Lot Daytona 9 blk B6 .S Daytona. . .. . . L E Crowmartie Wall . . . 408 I T.I Collector Votuein County.J. .
,Id'nap' hlk 18 East Daytona .. HI F Kochesberger. 11 67 Lots 10, 11 and 12 bIle'53 Daytona. E T Taylor . .. 1011 1 C C
> and 4 blk 2U4 East Daytona.. A S Sims ,, .. .. ., .,. S 91 Lots 3, 4 and 6 blk 67 Daytona. . L E Wall.. . . ... 1011 i
blk naj'I1 Daytona .,, ,, ., C T bt.d' .' 864Seabreeze Lots 7, 8 9 and 10 blk 67 Daytona. L E Wall . . .. 1494 = r
10 n 84 East Daytona.; : .. ; D Co.: 41 30. Lot 12 blk 67 Daytona. ... ...... .... L E Wall . . . 4 08 .1
l Ik lI. yis 0 O Poet 8775C Lots 13 and 14 blk 67 Daytona .. .. Lapsley Mallory. . 7 70
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14, IB. U and 17 blk 39 E DaytonaD C Post 1187J Marsh a of iota 2, 8 4 and 6 blk 60 :
bik 40 East Daytona. W Errigar... .. .. ... 729 Dayton. .. .. .. .. .. .'.. .. .. II L Highbie . . 6 68 .' .. .. .. y "
r re/ad10Ilk41East Daytona C C Post, . .. .. .. 466 Lots 8 and 9 sub of Iota 1, 2 and 8 \ :. '
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1. 6 and 8 bile 43Vt East Daytona F E Marls, Jr.. ., .. 309 blk 61 Daytona ... .. .. ... .. A Glenn. .. .. .. .. 6 68 $i" "''',. '' ''' ,..,. ,,. '
ill&'4 and 7 blk 43Vi East Daytona Lucy E Morris. .. .. .. S 91 Lo ) and 10V4 aub of lots a 3
East Daytona. 1 H Lowry.... .. 466Hra and0 3 hAll t !:61 Daytona ..t:. Maud M Marsh .. .. 080 t\ ll/ t :
).im.'ta East Daytona. of Louisa Southwortb; 8 13 a of Marsh blk 62 Daytona .. ... H L Highbie, .. . 660 A. ERIIKSOX R. C. BUSII ELL -*

lkaW4! East Dayton. C C Post ... ..... .. 1011 All blk 62 Daytona .. ... ... .. .. .. H L Highbia, . ... 17 38 !#
ft ....a of lot 1 blk 1 Memento.. E M Burkhard .. .. .. 164 Lot t blk OH Daytona .,. .. .. 0 A Leach . .. .... 1977 i
blk 4, Memento .. .. .. ... W F rtnight.. .. ? .? 2775 Lot 1 blk 67 Daytona.. ... .... .. .... 0 R Garland . ... 10 11 $ ERICKSON & CO. ot
blk ( Memento. . .. .. . H G Wilson . .. .. 1410 Lot 2 blk 67 Daytona .. .. .... .. H L Highbie .. . .. 7 20 } J. A. Q '
ft of lot 1 blk 9 Memento .. L Buckhardt ... .. 6 91 Lot 6 bile 67 Daytona.. .. ..... . II L Highbie. .... . .. B 28 :

blk I Memento .. .. .. . A C Keating . .. .. 8 114 Lot 3 blk 68 Daytona.. .;.... .. .. Sarah A Sawyer . 7.0W56ftdemrc !m 1 4
of lot blk 10 Memento .. .. ... L Z Burdick... ....... 416 of lot 1 blk 69 I NEW FIRM-NEW STORES ,ilJ! r t
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oQt.1I Memento .... .. .. Bishop ft Rlcb. .. ... 8311 Daytona .. .. .. .. .. Joa Williams . . 268 i \h QQ
ft of 1046 blk 13 Memento .. .. I E W Smith.. .. .. .. 3 84 Lots 5, 8 & wV4 of lot 4 blk 62 Daytona H L Highbie . . 2 87 r 1+
blk IB Memento . ... .. .. Emily M Smith ... ... 1. 10 E 1-8 of w 60 ft of a 65 ft _
< w 78 ft of blk 20 Memento. Butler ft William ,. .. 466 of n 200 otft6br 69 Daytona...,, .. .. H L Highbia .. . .. 1 97 i I
.uf, and 2 blk MeI Lots 7 and 8 bile 1 69 Daytona.. H L Highbie 408
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.nat7LPV... .. . .. ... ..,. IP Hainey... ... .. 239 E 106 ft of lot 2 blk. 70 Daytona: : : : : : H L Highbia: : :: : : : : : : : : 167 i _
I aid 22 rasub of blk 23 Memento lipaon .. .. .. . 154 N 110 ft of 32tft of lot 2 blk 70 'ft\! ? 8 Q'
c n 160 f t blk 24 Memento. Mary E Smith I 183 Daytona .. .. .* .. .. ... Hrs Julius Clement . 2 68 \ :
k 2S Memento.. C C Post. : : :: ::: ::: 128 Lots 4 and 6 bile B sub> of lot f and ( l ft'j"l N illw 1 'y 2

8 blk 1 Daytona Beach .. W D McCullough... .. 264 ett of lot 8 blk 70 Daytona . Chas Lockhart . ? 317Ellas t S -.
8 blk-1 Daytona Bcacb.= ,. A T Sims.. 264 Lot 6 blk B sub of lot 4 and eK of lot I ) \" t
1 and I bIle 3 Daytona 1 1i Beach.: ? G H Blivin::::: ::: ::: 864 8 blk 70 Daytona .. .. . ,. .. Williams.. . . 197 \ : fJlO
n Of lots 7 8 blk I Daytona E 120 ft of lot 6 btk 70 Daylona, .... P and L11 Counts ... 660
.eb 'l'' v. .... . .. ... .. .. N V Howard .. .. . 239 S 30 ft of lot 6 blk 70 Daytona, '.. M and :J Whitaker . 143 1
b Daytona Beach. . j G Brown. .. ... .... 183 Lot 6 ex a 60 ft and: ex w 60 ft and axe I 'r i i CF
11. bike! S Daytona Beach ? Bra of L G Houston.. 1 83 61 3.3 ft of w 1>S ft blk 70 Daytona H L Highbia .. . .. 172 t E y .
w 0 St blk 1 Houston Sub 122 ft blk 70 Davtona.. .... H L Highbia .. ... .. 143 ,
ison . .. .... .. .. Eva M Rolllnson?. 1713 In: :.be of .Vi of lot 2 hilt 71 Daytona a1W'rio m 1 .a tI
8 A CJ City . . . . S Saengstaeg.. .. .. .. 8 18 .. .. . .. .. . ... .. Minnie L Robinson. I i
f anti bile 1 Dobbins sub lot 2.. 18 16 83 E F Vandermark. ..... 14 10 of lot 8 blk 71.. .. ... .. .. .. Mrs of Cath Wilson 770 L ron g

It... bile 3-Lantana . Savilla Latham.. .. .. 118 Lola 4 and t bits. 1 .sub of lot 4 bllt ..
L6.t1 t 18 and 19 blk 2 Lantana Sadly L tham. .'.,.". 1 83 71 Daytona . . . . Lusts Henry . . 911 m k r E Ilill I I
31,. 26 blk 2 Lantana.. .. Savtlla Latham. ,., ,. 142 Lot 7 blk 1 sub of lot 4 blk 71 Day t) luI .
tons .... .. .. .. .. .... .... Moses Dargen .. .. 680 W I ( g
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on lot 1... 34 16 83 18 R L Lufbury. . .. 183
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Lot sub of lot 4 blk 71 E
6 3 Daytona Bryant
Ape of lot 1. 34 16 83 6 Hrs of H Tollivar..... 183 ft\ S \,}
of lot 1. 84 16 83 8 M R Williams. .. ,. .. ,.. 1 83lien Lot. 1 and 8 sub..of wM. of .lot B.blk. 71 of Millar ... 217 ) S o.
Daytona . ... .. .. .... Hrs Ross !I ill
: Platt of Orlta. 7A Van Vsl ab. trustee 74 W 40 ft of 220 ft of lot 6 n of canal t '
I ino blk 8 South Orita Mary Spencer. ..... ... 99 blk 71 Daytona ... . .. .. H L Highbia .. . 1 48 \ino : ,
C 6 Inc blk 4 South Orlta Mary' Spencer.*...... .. 99 E 60 ft of n 100 ft of w3b of lot 8 I',
C 4 ino blk 10 South Orlta Mary Spencer. .. .., 99 blk 71 Daytona ... .. ... ... .. Gertrude Thompson .... 197 !t
6 bIle 15 South Orita. Mary Spencer .. .. 128 Lot 8 blk 73 Daytona. .. .. .... . H L Hllbble . . 1 67. : NEW ORGANS :
f of lot 1 of Boulevard E 143 rcofwmft of M' bile 72 itI /

' '..n..n Steve Smith. ...._..., 848 Dayton se e. ttatsent e .. tEH J L Blake . . .. 197 'd ESTEY BRIDGEPORT CARPENTER D :
of [Jt of'lots'11 and 18 blk 6 of w 100 ft oft 186 ft of lot 4 blk inoi '

.. '. ..' W A Beader.-; .-.,., 1440 72 Daytona .. . ... .. .. .. :J L Blake . . .. 167 !
of lot 8 bit"8'Kingstonot H G WlJlOn. .., ......, 11 B7 W 60 ft of lot 4 blk 72 Daytona .. J L Blake. . . 157 (I? \ yIi' .t.
8 blk 8 Kingston ... H A W.bb..t. .. .. .. ... U B7 W 148 ft of lot 1 and lots 2,.1 and 4 i, NEW TALKING MACHINES'i
14B ft of |lot 7 block 11. blk 73 Daytona. .. .. ... ... .. H L Highbiaghbla,. .. . .88 m 0; 1 ,
.. ... ..-. ... .... ... .4. Rena Fuguay .. ..N ..894 L 408H I 1. '
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Lots 1, 3, 8 and 4 blk Daytona. EDISON COLUMBIA VICTOR ZONOPHONE -
44 of lot 1 blk 1 Daytona Maggla M ,Jon... .f. 11 61 All blk 76 Daytona L Highbie .. .. .. .. { 87 I "
188 ft of lot 1 and w :843&w868ftofs'4afa82 i a....:...r_ All bile: 78 Daytona: ::: : :: .:::::::::: : H L Hlghbla. 887 m OJex

; Lots 1. 8 and 4 blk 78 Daytona. H L, Higbbie. .. ..... 181 .
ona ., .. . .. .. I R and B R 2uras.i.2199; ; Lot 2 oik 79 Daytona. .. . J M Oiborna ... 190H (t* NEW SEWING MACHINES: !.! ,.I Q. I
ta of lot B blk 2 Daytona 1, % t W H Furr.h..j((710 Lola: 1 and 4 hilt 80 Daytona.:.. ,::: :: : L Highbia: : : : :: ::. 1 90 ll COs
blk a Daytona . ... Rebecca Garland .??. .4140 and blk 81 Dayton. .. '. Unknown ,,* 160 1uii (U >
183 ft fkl l lot 8 and w 183 \: "tl part 01 a 1.8 of 8 Williams'; : Grt NEW HOMB NEW DME TIC.NEW. WHITE :: a .
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n sub blk 4 Diytona. .** j ? r t.t. Wm Stilmg .. .., "'. 10 11 ii NEW STANDARD AND OTHERS 1

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.f lot 3 blk 2 Coleman's Daytona. J W Garland. ANY STYLE .
'. of blk I Daytona. .. W A Roxbyirlsty.. .. .. .. .. 2460 N 40 ft of 600 ft w> of Vornoka atr 8 .:
w 71 2-8 ft of lot 6 blk 1N lot S blk Coleman's 'DaytonaLet Gather in. .. 800 \w.
Claude Heston.. ... 24 90 4 sub :, a 150 ft off lot l jik' 2 ;
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lot 8 and w 198 ft of a. SO. > man's D.y.I. ... .. . "", NeIllaMHolman. .... 817 t i We have over 300 Customer. We ,.'
blk 6 Daytona i." .x' v ot A ft-Brlggi ,. 790 Lots and 7 blk 8 Coleman'a Daytona G H Blvins..1.24 DOG !
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.j. CAL SYNOPSIS. Jordan ". T
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t7t1J returned Monday from Coronado ,
TO Beach, where they spent several days RALLVr' N
l' fishing. No extra train brought over INVITATION TO i
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v Department Store 'IU IflmtllTANT NEWS ITEM, OK .their catch. ,

TUB PAST.WEEK. Mrs. Regar, nee Fanny Allen,.came
up from Tampa the latter part of the i .
week to attend Commencement and I
DDREKA .. basal ao<* Suoloty. Iteme fb. ... P.eple'e. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. All registered voters of Volusia county, ;

.. .fI;. .. ... .* w J. F Allen ,
.. I I' l' l r nrl t Mention of ". .

\ .:i- *_a bT..* _P...... The popular Carlton brothers, students Old or young, married. single, are .. f
at Stetson, left Wednesday for
R AO their home at Wauchula. They return Cordially invited to ,
at store
",' s-acre lot fenced $80. 'See 'Hay. October lit, and will graduate rally our .. ,., ':)

ward.Now for the beach or to the a Miss year hence Marie Longdon entertained That we may fit you out in $<; '

mountains. the Academy; graduating class at her ':
_ I Miss Edith Reeve Is visiting friendsat home last Thursday evening. Miss Everything needed by the well-dressed man. '" *":

Daytona. Longdon is a graduate this year from ,: I
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s K \ .. Attorney Bert Fish is in Atlantaon this department. We have genuine Panama Hats $5 to $10, .W, ,: ."!
business. Miss Minerva Bond, the pretty '." 1
AO ..sA' daughter of Mr. and Mrs M. M. r '
Straw Hats
The sweet is 1908 $2 to $5 '
green corn getting shapes .
_ plentiful in our markets. Bond, has returned home from Mur- :
I I freesboro Tenn., where she has been .
I Mr.trip Elmer to Jacksonville McBride lIon a business attending college Stetson Hats, the latest shapes, $4 to $5, d
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Prof. Orth, in the second primary
Miss Maizie Emery returned Satur Walk-Over Shoes ,
----- for School Superintendent, was at ,. $3.50, $4 and $5 the pair ,
day from a visit to Orlando. I DeLand from Barberville Saturday.He ,

Mr. G. W Tedderr-was a north end has an announcement to the The newest in Spring Shirts fancy and white
: BARGAINSiDIES' visitor to DeLand Wednesday, voters elsewhere in The Record. .

Stationery, toys, pretty china and Mr. E, O. Painter, one of the trustees The latest in dainty Neckwear. ;> 'I
Florida views at the Studio Shop. of Stetson University,and a good !

LAWN SHIRTWAISTS5c Messrs. Lee Morris and ,J. A. friend of that institution, was here Wre have I
Erickson returned from the coast this week from Jacksonville attend- everything in men's wear, .'
; *.*. ing the Commencement exercises r"
49c
now $1.50 now $1.19 Monday. ""* *
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mr. G. M. Allen was at the county Our Ready-Made Suits are the *, .* I'
Foard, seat from Oak Hill Wednesday. He ,,'
on Monday May asth, a
::00 now 87c 2.50 now" 1.98 daughter.Mr. was ''a candidate for sheriff in the Best product of high-grade Tailoring Specialists.

Lee Morris is busy campaigning May 19th primary, was defeated, and : :'Ji
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25 now 98c 3.00 now 2.48 ond for the office of sheriff in the sec Morris.Mr.is now. giving his support to Lee Prices, $10 to $30 the suit. x i '

primary. / {
and Mrs. Frank Taylor were /-fe
Mrs. McCann returned the latter ,
H _ in town from Orange City Tuesday -
part of the week from visit to
and Is with her sister a Mrs. Monday next they leave for New .
Kentucky ] N I .
York and New After JlJNTffl -j ; I
England. a .
W. C. Watt'
lew and Pretty Assortment of Boys' Wash Snits short stay there they go West for the
The luscious peach, the delicious summer.

650 TO $1 .50 cantaloupe in market and, the juicy watermelonare The Hayward Agency sold to Mr. IN D1 LAND

J. IW. Smock thin 'week a |Ilot on
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Hon. Wada Jones was at DeLand Palmetto Court. It is expected that )
the first of the week, guest of Hon. Palmetto Court will soon be extendedto ---.-
11 Printed Silk Tissues 1 ]I E. Alexander, Pennsylvania avenue.
Wade, the tuner Orlando At DeLand Churches. For Sale-No. 1 road fast.
mare
Miss Mary Stewart leaves In June DeLand people hope that Miss
for a trip to Europe, and will be Lena Conkling will be at Stetson Dr. Mellette's Remedies at Allen's. Would trade for pair of horses and pay
50c now 35c 35c now 20c i ilto absent until fall. again another year. Her beautiful For fire Insurance see Gould Bros. i, Methedlat Episcopal Church, Heath. difference Address, care Record.

Prof and M , for'' Philadelphia, where they the entertainments given at the University at 10. m.; preaching 11 a. in.; Ep
pass the summer. Auditorium.Dr. Prof. Frank R. Onborne left yerterdav I worth League at 6:45 p. m; preachingat FOR SALE.

i.Men's Summer Suits to be Disposed of 150 ; ; Mr. A. E. Gleason left yesterdayon Hulley and family Joined the for his summer home in Michigan I Wednesday 7:80: p. m.night.Prayermeeting every. Residence Peach Orchards and Mack: .

his usual summer trip among old many students going north Wednesday The Electrlo Light & Power Co. will H. F. HARRIS, P. O. Land on Lake Louise. Address Box 80,
Suits friends in New England. The Doctor will be on the lecture begin its day current on Monday next,
Suits now $4.98 $12.00 now $8.75 Hovllle. Fla. / .
They were here from all parts of platform most of the summer 'June! let I tOJ .. y.'
6.00 13.50" 9.48 the State attending the greatest Com vacation, as he is in great demand i I St. Barnabas Episcopal t'harch. ,
Stetson throughout the country. Wan&ed-A a good stoat, active boy j
mencement had. Rev.
ever
rector.
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7.98 15.00" 11.25 Mrs. Milton is here from Daytona I Mrs. A. S. Munson went to White to learn the blacksmith trade. Apply to May 81-Sunday after Ascension Day. Lease for Sale.

1iiit.,10I pending Commencement week with Springs the latter part of the week, Scott Hodgklnl.I I I 17 a.m. Holy Uoinmnnion; I 0 a. m. MornIng ,
; her sister, Mrs. Walter Burgess. where sfie remains for some time tak- Gould Brothers sold tracts ot garden prayer and litany; 80a.: m. Sunday Tile undersigned will dispose of a
lease he has
for the
ing the baths.' The Doctor accom- I school! ; 10:80 a. m. High Celebration of present summer
Mrs. D. A. Morrison of Jacksonvilleis her tatter of land In the Hough tract this week to Boly Eucharist, with Services season on The Wlllard. a very popular
AY RAIN panied returnTngtT1e sermon.
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H I # AND F pANGY GROCERIES, |H| AND G i ; spending the week with her sisters, the week. part J. F. Norris and Oscar Roberta, both of every week day at 7 and I 9 a. m. and 5 18-room boarding house at Tallulah,
Mrs C. Watts Falls Ga. Ill health is
W. and Mrs. S. A. Lake Helen. p. m., except no morning services. Mon my only reason
Wood.A Is the City Board of Health seeing days. for relinquishing said lease. For for,
East to 'r that the city is put in the best Tomorrow, Memorial Day, in a legal ther particulars call on or write > .

m'A. belonging cottage to Mr.on F. A. Howry Hammond avenue was sanitary condition? No drains or holiday, and there will be no business W. W. AW30TT.

No. 77 : : sold this week by the Hayward stagnant pools should be permittedin transacted by the bank. So do your The Baptist Cbnrch. The Melrose. lJet.andFI..
DREKA & CO.Phone town, and some steps should be banking today.
Services the
Agency. taken to keep in check as much as at Baptist church on San-
h Miss Ethel Watts left the first of possible, the breed of the fly, whichis Mr. and Mrs. B. -F. Chapman go to day will be na usual, at 11 a m. and
l.1+14e1'
the week the 7:80: p. m ; Bible hour 10 a. m.; B. T.
H . . + . .+ + + + + + 1111111t1+1114f1t to spend with her summer sister Mm at, the greatest menace to the healthof Hot Springs, Ark., next week, where P. U., 6:45 p. m. You are cordially In-
Georgetown Ky.,
.-. a community. They do more to Mr. Chapman will take the baths for vited.
: Wilson. create or spread' sickness, especially bin rheumatism.The \ .

The County Commissioners and the fever, than comes from any other
monthly Bpelling Beelar's School
County School Board will hold their source. First II. E. Church
, .' I June sessions next Monday and The Atlantic Coast Line took the yesterday resulted in a tie Miss Nellie Rev. Wm.J. Harkneis, Fh.U, pastor.
fee" flefl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIII/II/IMII.eeet Tuesday. students out of DeLand this week. Morris and Mr. Peacock each making Sunday school 9.43 a. m. Preaching
.
Editor Johnston, of the E. O. The most successful term, the De- grade of 00 on the first trial. The second service 11 a. m. League meeting 6.49:
nI': THE RUSH IN OUR Painter Printing Company has been Land public school ever enjoyed and third were also ties each making p. m. All friends and strangers invited

out of town most of the week on closes today, after an eight months' a grade of 100 It was then decidedto
t+t f 1ft business. session. The closing exercises last divide the prize Miss Lillian Frier- Glenwood Presbyterian Cbnreh.

? Mr !i Mrs. Lillian M. Haynes, son Robert night were much enjoyed by the son won the prize for the beet grade in Rev. Geo. N. MacDonald. Pastor.
and Mrs. Carpenter left last Monday large attendance, and the exercises Morning service of worship and sermon
a cal Dpartment Sgnltis ha tonight will bt more so-a delightful spelling! for the month, missing not a 10
Opl for Grand Rapids, Mich.? their sum at a. m. Sunday school at 11 a. m.
word the
single daring month.
musical under the direction of Miss
Christian
mer home. Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m.
: the people have found out whereto Guilda Voorhis, followed by the play
t Dr. W. S. returned Satur
OJ Taylor "
I' get their eyes tested day from Tampa, where he attendedthe "The see It..Miss.Song of Hiawatha. You should Chrmtlan Church
CELERY AND VEGETA-
CLEVER
y s annual meet of the State Dental FISHERMEN.Odd Bible school 10 a. m.; Lord's Supper
This Department has become a Association. Marlon Jackson who grad- 11 a. m ; Christian Endeavor, 6.49: p. m.
'I" Before leaving Chaudoin Hall a uated from the College Departmentof Methods of the Indians en the Union services at 7.80: p m. Chaplain BLE Land located :a 1-2
very important factor In our busi large number of the young ladies reserved Stetson this week, goes to the Sault St*. Marl.. Stewart will preach tbe sermon. All
We satisfactionand their rooms for the next collegiate University of Chicago, where she On the Sault 8te. Hart th. Indians are cordially Invited miles from St. Augustine -
!! ness. guarantee takes in that
year a special course great have a novel method of catching white-
University. Mist Jackson, the accomplished fish. Two Indians for sale or exchangefor
M'r.' G. D. Jackson and family will daughter of Mr. and Mrs.G. go with a canoe Into Union Services
,t the Eusti the the rapids. One occupies the bow and
go over to grove at '
The
union
D. Jackson, wrote and arrangedthat service of the Christian,
first of the week, where they will remain one the stern. The latter nses a pad DeLand realty-Im-
Presbyterian and
delightful play given by the class First Methodist Episcopal
I -TEST EYES FREE-C !
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weeks. die to
t several at the Auditorium Saturday night. keep the boat's head upstream churches will be held at tbe Christian
I' Mirs. M. E. Hiserodt and daughter, She also edited "Oshihiyi," the beau- Tbe former has a pole with which to church Sunday evening at 7:30: proved or unimproved.

1- Miss Saidie, who have been residingat tiful year book from her class. Yet steady the boat standing upright la Chaplain Stewart will preach the ser
: At "THE BUSY CORNER" the Patton cottage, have returnedto young she is a young woman of rare btu place. won All friends and strangers are cot e e e

I Ii, their northern home. literary talent, and the Saturday night I They take with them a dlpnet four dially Invited. See us for a Home
News reaches DeLand friends of play was highly complimented by feet In diameter attached to a pole or -

_fJEUlen'B: 3-e\velr2 Store the arrival of an heir and fine boyat critics. handle fifteen feet long. This la placed Children's Day Service. for 1200 :nd upwards

the home of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Miss Frances Sparber is visiting her ready to the band of the Indian In the At tbe Presbyterian church next Sunday -
Stetson, Jr., Philadelphia bow. The Hsblng Is don at the foot
e e e
I __...________ _.___ __ .old home town this week attending morning at 11 o'clock. There will
...........__ .u.u_ n 00--00I' -" '" Miss Lottie Leonardy, of Osteen Commencement exercises. Miss I of the rapids where the water bolls be music by the choir, recitations by

. I'' 1r. When__Van._ __Gt u four_._Watch..and.Clock/... _;'Repairedff. spent the present week at DeLand, Frances has won the prize offered the and tumbles furiously. the scholars, and short address by the E. H. HAYWARDReal
,. \ the guest of the Misses Walters, attending ninth and tenth grades in Sea Breeze With bis pole the Indian In the bow pastor. The church will be decorated
c'rl N.i/ .IIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIII/IIII/INIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII% Commencement.Mr. High School for best showing in the holds the canoe or lets It float steadily for the occasion. All not attending Estate and Fire Insurance.

, ,*'*,*": and Mrs. John Sauls and Mrs. year's work. She is the youngest sidewise now up a little perhaps and elsewhere are cordially invited. Sun No. 37 DeLand
t9dybgY' George Count, of Enterprise, attended student in the High School there. then down, but always under perfect day school will be held at the regular
the Baccalaureate services at Mr. A. S. Nidor left on Friday for control. The Indian gazes constantly hour, 9.43.: S. Boulevard Fla.i .

the University last Sunday. an extended trip in the West, expect- Into the water which la often ten feet ,
ing afterwards to study this summer deep where they are fishing and th.
)j. IOl! !: -<> ":.;.:&: : O'OO""" (.. << (..:..; :KoiOIJJ( (); teG9tBC80BC: : Prof. Heny C. Hill left Friday last at Sewanee, Tenn. Mr. Nidor has depths of which DO white man was :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
.. to visit his father and mother at the r
w old Maine home. He will spend most passed his winter and spring studying ever yet abl. to school his eye to pene
'j>DeLand Pressing Club in Canada. the English language at Stetson, trate. When
: of the summer up and is greatly pleased with the progress Suddenly he seizes tbe net by the 'II'i you purchase II
Mr. H. A. Wright and family, of
"'ti1Ww" he has made. A native of Turkey highgradeGROCERIES
handle
with ,, still
t North Woodland Boulevard Glenwood, are down at Viking, and well educated in Arabic, a one band manipulating I I ,
,
7S the boat with the other, and plunge
1 I (Over Kruse' Blcycle: Shop) crop where of Mr.Vright pines from is his marketing pinery. a fine year write ago English he could at all.scarcely read or the net Into the water, perhaps ten feet I w >< !I i

thrusting It to the bottom. Then
The sale of lands, advertised for away p. xy if well advised !
of will be sold before the The Valedictory by Miss Mary be gives It a peculiar twist, draws It you are I
I taxes ,
1907
Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Neatly Court House door next Monday by Stewart, of the law graduating class, up and turns out Into the boat oftenas '' you will come here, because :
at the University Auditorium I
Monday
many as half a dozen wbltefish
Collector Perkins Smith.
Tax will better
you get; I
WORK DELIVERED PROMPTLY. night, was decidedly the finest ora- weighing from three to five pounds. GR0 IES
Done, and Mrs. R., D. Martin, who was summoned tion given by the graduates of all These Indian fishermen are unerringIn : and fresher goods for the i
to the Kentucky home on account the departments. Her enunciationswere
bilf3We of the illness of her mother, clear and distinct, her delivery casting their nets, and It Is not an I I same money than you :

live Our Special Attention to Cleaning and returns home today, leaving her charming and her pose graceful. Thatit uncommon thing for them to capture will get anywhere else in i iI 1
In I
30O wblteUsb Bow
mother on the road to recovery. was entirely her production was a day. they are
able to see tbe fish In the bottom of town. Give ua your trade !
rt', Pressing Ladles' Skirts and Coats. Miss Katherine Crawford has conclusive from the masterly mannerin
closed her studio of music for the which she handled the subject the rapids Is a mystery no one baa yet I for a week and we will be !

summer, but will resume teaching in showing a penetration of thought been able to fathom.-Pearson's Week-
Phone No, 9 Box No. 38a: '" sure to add you to our long list of regular and satisfied
3 DeLand about the first of October. that would be a honor-to a much

"} From the big crowds which have older person of literary attainments.Miss customers.
<
= J. ,F. McCORKLE; Propr. I been in attendance at all the Commencement Stewart, the daughter of Judge BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY
and Mrs. Isaac A. Stewart is the first '
00B 80BfB1BL80S9018ND1; O;&-..: ..9sEABAEEtEIFU:o1:. winter visitors exercises remaining there at DeLand.are yet woman (but she is a young girl yet) / E wish to call your attention to our Coffees and Teas.

--- -- .--. -- -. Prof. G. C. Staley, of Stetson Uni- who has graduated in law in Florida, e e e The "Barrington Hall," steel-cut, is the best Mocha

..-.........- versity, left Wednesday for Chicago, and father'she law becomes firm, Stewart a member& Bly of ,her asstrong No. Two-story house, nearly and Java in lib cans at 85 cents, and is very popular., For

where he takes a special summer a law firm as is in the state. new, three blocks from center of the best 25o OofFee in the city, nothing compares with our
course at the University of Chicago.
BREAKERS! BY THE .SEA ; Mr. Robert Bond and bride returned good town, condition.city water;This everything la "Niagara ;" once used, always used. A full line of Tetley'sand

Y from their wedding trip, and 'erne O.od Anagram.. property White Rose Teas in packages and bulk.
a Will be opened June i, under the Robert is again buckling down to 1'11. following Is a list of very r** would pay purchaser 12J per cent.

Management of I. M. MABBETTEbouse business 'out at. the, Lake Helen of markabl anagrams: as a renting proposition. Price Asking for a trial, we areYonrs

fice. Astronomers, no mora stars; catalogues 900. respectfully,
Dr. J.:W Roseborough, now doing got u a clew; elegant neat leg No.
,h will be conducted on II higher plane tbaa'eer; before, thorrenovated -' evangelical 'work for the Presbyterian Impatient, Tim Is a pt; matrimony U-Two.aw., e room cottage Phone 79 ''
and refurnished. Rooms single or ensnlte, with or with- Church''in Georgia, has been Into my arm; melodrama mad. moral; on good street, city water A. H. WOODALL.

... ivate baths. Fins fUbiuK and toe beat surf bathing !In_the. world.. spending' the, week at home with his midshipman, mind his map; old England large lot containing 1 acre of land. L '

..; Sea Food a Specialty.! A Trial Solicited. .family.Miss Alma ''Prevatt, daughter of golden land; parishioner, I hire ".II O. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::- f.
I parsons; parliament partial men; penitentiary No.
Its 91 per fay and npware, according to location of rooms. School Commissioner Prevatt, of Seville nay, I repent It; Presbyterian 13'1-Two..tory, 8-room_ -
has been the week at with lot 100x330\ In good neighborhood
1 spending : best In prayer revelation to IOT 4'
and THE ',1" '
schools
-- '" DeLand, attending Commencement I rain; sweetheart there w* sat; telegraphs near church. .

exercises .. I great help. 91,800.
Mr. and ctrl.. A. E. Voyle cam '
Is Requested. The Marsh Market. from Gainesville attend Commencement No. 187-Eight-room house, one PRINCESS .!'
over to I A Neat ..lection.Thar ISSENA; "
block off from Boulevard lot 75x180.
,
Mrs. :
stoppingwith
If you want the oholoeet outs of Heats a tike umbrella. you bar
erebf requested for putting eave your orders wtth as. The beat of Voyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, D. them" 11800. .
i brldgo over Deep Crock on Beef. Mutton,.and Pork Boasts and McDonald. Is the fine new stone and frame hotel opened the past c, r
and New Smyrna road "Ain't It? Beoecta credit. on my No. 835-New 8-room bonse, four' winter at Seabreeze Fla.
Chops Sausages. Hamburg Steak Mr.;" Orth makes a fair proposition taste, doesn't ttr It will be open for the ao-: ;f
the Alken bridge repiUI fresh and salted Bams,Break/ast Bacon, to Mr. Botts. He proposes that both bedrooms and bath,everything new, comroodation of summer tourists. Located in large I ,- J
and .
of new timbers new attention. "It certainly do** Whr* did you
[there found Deer,. etc 4eUnr Court.onu,.. rand3 prompt do, no more campaigning, but leave gvtttr "'totrallooa'IOD. $2,900. grounds, four minutes' walk from the beach; modern, '

t submitted to the nndru Marsh Bros. it to the people.' Mr. Botts refuses "Picked It oat of a bunch 01 stun Above are all good inreetment& propositions conveniences; rooms large and airy; spacious 'and 21;
a u Florida, on or before and state that he will make a vigor. breezy veranda view from
ous campaign: from now on and tells that were standing In tit. boardlnlhon and we have many others:, ; ocean chambers; good home. ,

:k. D. BBOOKB Try Brill's new'li'.F',}brU'' .dgag,,,', M-. Orth .that he must finish his ** hall .this nomine."--ClevelandDealer. GOULD BROTHERS I table; everything first-class ;. summer.rates. Address, :',< f.

Coonry Commissioner. Paper. school. I* this fair? Adv. oohs ADA W. POWERS ', SwbrWQM,' Fla.: ',!It,."
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p
ae ip ttyjt the tudeitts. vertmade:: A ftSMCWCRITICHa I Ilamii7

p.k l aear !!!Jthrnsclv) \ s,'lan4, per- I Ii th.ents .
iifviUte! notion of theicij!develOPntXas II i JW' tnt rlna into the"&rekprS.ia

k .. fanCied by a fellow student. II I '" the bottls-wratiponi arId'Ili*

______ This way it was vastly more interesting I KneV'AH About \hl lanctlhe'Wild are sttested titular oath as being
and Miss Jackson who by the and correct. You know Juat what m
played no small part in the performance Ocean. paving for and that the Ingredleou
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I ; i deserves a i great deal of I. gathered from Nature's laboratory.L?!
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credit. I.I elMtml from the most valuable! J7

TI. There, ias1no ..worked out plot in I i4Ir ART COMMENTS OF A SAILORThe medicinal American fores root tnm found
the'play, and there is no connection I.I
harrol I IdebICStSWOI < ? *n
are perWCT ]Ba. to tatinlrTiiJlc
btwecl,1'the several characters actingfil'tlj
ir'I
ft Ii .
; .'o .the ''thing' can hardly be "Death of Nalson" Reminded Him

called a play in the ordinary sense oftllet.rs I of How 'ArkntM Como Off the Main

I v, BuVjeach one of them wasa Yard-Tho Blood Rod Sky Without. I fqiig; $tALJuil3ccvl: : wi.,. !
world in himself a tragedy or a 'U( I Lr
Cloud That Foretells a Storm. ., c r n II
(
be. areD
the happened to
comedy, as case "
,
:; )medicinal pro per tW ofltojH
There were the usual references to the out-
and curious. valuable
Crude perhaps being most antiseptic!:2
the professors and other- people of tome of a life apart sallormen have I ferment, nutritive and soothing "' l
I \
mY'the in
pfcJniiiience University alight
of the arts, writes I
vein. .;Q to a question "What yet an appreciation Manchester. eeu.corlnl: plays an Important
t" 4ame.' of ]I''Colton, anyhow?" Bill David W. Bone In the Dr. Plorce's Golden Medical Dlnc ::: !
Uuurdlau. the cure of Indignation, dyapep
Shed clan replied 'Colton turned
'' In the Walter gallery I wai weak stomach, attended by sour rlilS :
I preacher ,1'rof.j Phillips was likened Once "' he.rt-burn. foul breath coated ?
Ity Cotton to B picture appearing on looklug at "The Death of Nelson. poor appetite, gnawing feeling |ii BS ton,
j buttles marked "poison." And so on. There waa 8 man with the look of a ach, bfifousnasa, and kindred dent!

Ifvefy cine got :his share and all took acumen standIng nenr. lie had a slight incuts of the xtomuch. liver and bow Zliealdes '

H it with a smile. smell of drink und was chewing tobac curing all the above dlUMul. ,
the-Uolilon
Medical
H l -yllwiiig; pre ,the characters: co. lie too. was Interested In the picture IB ilments.a sppc Ito for all diseases! of the DUoZJ.aS.mnmbriine ...

and recognizing roe as seamso'I *, as catarrh whether oli
Hon. E. L. Mickle President N. Y.
of the
l like. he said something/ and I D..all passages or stomach, boiii;
HI j &o Chila: Limited: Ry. Co. Nelson and bill times,. or pelvic organs.. Even In its u100rau I
ilr I !Butts, A Book Agent. talking about stages It will yield to this aoverol ":
Mill, ..Hampton An Old Maid about ships and pictures. "B'ad.mate. edy If Its use bo j>prllPv rcd.ln.1 In r1o.
Poetically Inclined. tbem fellers" (the painters he Catarrh of the Nasal lasSlns, ith'ot

jyip.I Robinson, Pres. of John B. meant) "knowed what they ws.n40ID' while taking" for the the -Oolden Medicil l, ''
cover, necessary
i Stetson University.Mr. Look at that 'ere slim" (Ion- treatment to cleanse the passagci coimtltnu! ft".,, '

I Cotton a :Matinee I Idol. LINCOLN HULLEY President of John B. Stetson University.Three tern "Looks as Its trtmmln' was forgot two or three times a day with 1.r.1IIII\) !'\ I

Miss,Jackson, Owner pf Western Wen they brought th' admiraldown. I Catarrb Remedy. This thorourk enS '
Ranch. e e An' them eyes" pointIng of treatment generally cures the ten'

Mr, Woodward, A Foreign Mission- I to a wounded seaman In the near' 'S""S.In cough and boancneu cauiedbtwchl .
a. : of the most celebrated cases and Chrysostom a preacher. Love of foreground "them's th' eyes o* poo'Arkness r l .l.: throat and lung erection( I :,, ,icmtn!
.\1 Ir. Hqjidricks, a Priest. passed upon by the famous chief jus- country animated the one and love of off th' main < ,umptluii In 1U advanced .,....... th
wbt come yr fawlical
In
:Miss Snead Woman's Club Lecturer. tice were elaborately reviewed by the God quickened the other. Both of Ins' an' struck th' fife rail tnt I pmlally, UUcoTery I In those a niuvt utMttnneouthicauMtd vlUcody. ,..iIui.,,......
STETSON-; ., speaker and from the decisions in them fought for a great and noble voyage :: by Irritation and c

0 [THE LATE JOHIf'B'. ( I :Mr. Stevens a Scientist. i those cases he showed wherein Mar cause. The impress which they left onl"t! the brvnrhlal" 1' not' mucous no good m fur<*mbran acute..ft.coTury rIs

I Miss Fuller A Vaudeville Sou- ] shall's greatness lay. upon the history of the world is in. I from Hiulden coid: nor mu.coInff tp t''r.''i, ,,
brette. After the president's address Miss estimable.The happened and by his eyes and rude ctad to euro consumption In IU MltMe ,....
..
: Mr. Shed Jan, a famous Mechanical Lena Conkling sang Del Riego's doctor concluded by setting simple speech I saw It all. As plain before the obnllnnto..-no m dlpln chronic will cough do that-hut tat'

n"illeer. 'Harmony" accompanied on the or- the two Grecian orators before the me as the figure of the strickenseaman I lected. or badly treated, lead up wblcblIiItt to.cuniul
STEONL" :' ff1tOMcerof'hLawMr gan by Miss Eva Baker and on the 'students as an example worth following I saw 'Arkness come off the Uon.It l I.the beat m dlcla. that can tx ufiTho

; ." Flaynes-A Club Servant. piano by Mrs. J. VV. Phillips.Mr. with profit to themselves and to main yard, clutching .wildly at tb.

.> Master Selden Chu Gumbo. Joseph Hill Williams then delivered I I their fellow men. sheets and lifts as be tell I beard him =
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to. ; a most eloquent oration on I The oration was both instructiveand .trlk. the rail .with a sickening thud

Bill Sheddan appeared in stripes. the Law as a Profession, in which entertaining. It will be long remembered and lie stretched. I saw. the runnln Tuscan Farmtr.Tlie .
(The question naturally arises was it he defended the legal profession by those who had the prijvilege and-" 'e neve Tust-uu ,peasant stands In (hepcnllar
the deck.
figures on
UfUNIVERSITY,the author who attributed to Bill against certain unjust attacks. This : of hearing it. position of being neither i n,
Mm oat
burled
We
; "criminal inclinations, or did he country and the world at large the I The President then conferred the lanted th' night. prletor uor a dependent writes Belt

'know himself best and therefore, appear speaker said is indebted to the bar degrees upon the graduates from the there. Taltal. It was. said my speakerInvoluntarily ; Zluimeru In the Youth's Compim,
in a convict's garb? Which? twisting a shoulder to aiimaginary
.
for a good thing. different colleges which follows
., many { are as He Is Instead the partner In an InJ.
I It was a good joke all the same ana "The Banks of Allan Water" was : southwest
%LI.-' f. the people heartily enjoyed it. then fang by a quartet consisting of Master of Science-Clara Virginia There was a sea picture a ship com, try. According to this met lJll i

I A number of popular songs formedan Messrs. Phillips L. Carlton D. Carlton ,,Whiting. tag up to the Isle of Wight-clean farming which Is called me"dJI

Commencement this Year Most'' interesting feature of the play. and Mickle. I Master of Philosophy s the r earring sails, a good sense of movement the proprietor of the land pays alit

They were sung in chorus by the Mr. .A. McNeill! read a "Class His- Hampton. and a fine, breezy atmosphere taxes advances all money reqolni,

entire body. Miss Harriet Fuller had tory" whcih was teeming with humorous i Bachelor of Philosophy-Harrie "Jest wot It Is" .ald my friend l furnishes capital for the purcbuK

Jin 'an opportunity to show how remarkably remarks and was received :May Fuller Esther Hampton Marion "'omeward bound. Let 'er &0, boy!,: cattle and keeps In repair the dwelt;

Brilliant Its History.Great well she can whistle. She had with applause. Jackson Louise Atkinson Snead.I a burst of enthusiasm that made sow house. The peasant In return not,

to give another "whistling" to quiet Following the custom establishedby I Bachelor of Science- -Fred Botts visitor glance around, alarmed. "'Ome. tbe fields attends to tbe live stock
down the applause which greeted the the class of leave class Irwin Wright Cotton other home .
1902 to a Edward Leroe ward bound It I.r' There were othe to Industries sells I t
'. first one. memorial to the law school at the Mickle Robert Howard Stevens Paul product -In abort U the absolutes,
fine but did feel
.,. At the right time an officer of the time of graduation the class of 1908 Stanley Woodward.Bachelor I pictures we not that tar of tile land that Is confided (oHe .
bad do
law appeared in search of the man presented the school with an excel | of Laws-Roy H. Chap- I we a right to more than .

Crowds: .in Attendance at All the in stripes who, to attend the reunion lent portrait of President Hullcy, as man, Alexander D. McNeill John H. them and admire. With sea pictures 1 1was his own works and tbe then soil exactly at stated us lt.it loire in-.
had his cell and with- : different They our world L
to hurry were
escape a token of esteem for the head of the Romme Mary Stewart Joseph Hill
Exercises. out changing clothes. This inter- I institution to whom they are indebted ,Williams. and who bad the right to criticise the In the year divides the productiu

Interesting ruption of the "cop" would have for so many benefits, and as I Mechanical Engineer-Laird Woodruff way a sea was moving off the sky If profits with tbe real owner.

surely broken up the celebration if the .an appreciation of his untiring efforts Hendricks, William Eakin Shed we had not Too often had we watched ,

ranch owner (Miss Jackson) had not .in their behalf. anxious eyed, for a break'In-.the ,Don't Live In Now HOII.... I

#r drawn her pistol to frighten him I I Mr. Roy H. Chapman presented the dan.Civil Engineer-Edward Senteny clouds not to know the way of .wind Ion Why Is a new bouse nnbetltbfi

away. I. memorial in a few very fitting re- Robinson. the water the scud of> a cloui That Isa question which has ta
BaccaIaureateSermon Sunday the Finest This scene pleased the audience i marks. Dean Farrah accepted the'i I Prof. Farris had quite a job putting breaking free In a welcome shift Wellw. naked by many and answered bjfn!

t_ : 'curtain above all else. And at that point the portrait for the law school and inci- I, the "graduating hoods" on some of knew the curve of a standing sal II And yet the reason Is obvious..Jit

11t1Je fell. dentally! paid. a glowing tribute to II the taller students and the audience and the relation It bore to the sense o f construction of just one medium iM

.Eyer 1 Heard Auditorium'f : II Baccalaureate Sunday. uates Dr. Hulley.some useful He also advice.gave the grad- had After a little the fun.exercises movement house It Is estimated that over SO*

f! the President'sreception for a city of the sea Liverpool ha 5 gallons of water Is used This nit
?'100' Sunday morning all of tfie churches ,I I After a song by Miss Mary Ziegler was given at Chaudoin Hall. DO does not
great representation of her fore evaporate so quIckly u
-"The Spring Has Come" Miss
Com "nt.rweeks; ,!is.,'undoubtedly mastery. Her voice was clear suspended oportunity services to listen to give to the the Bacca peoplean Mary Stewart delivered the valedictory The story of the 08 commence- most Industry' on her chamber wall would In tbe air and sunlight, both

tW e'besf J .ofIh,'yearrin \De'romraencefnent strong and impressive; her expres- laureate sermon of Dr. Hulley. The This was one of the best addresses ments would not be complete withOut Sea pictures have apparently no attraction I. near the surface of tbe earth and a

Land. : Jcomen.d4Wd'JSi sion that of a real artist She has improved Auditorium was crowded. The large of its kind delivered from the mentioning the excellent work for her chlefest citizens. Ther' der the bouse aDd In the walls ott&

hap..y.l1iile!!/! joy: to immensely since she was last vesper choir was at its place. The platform of the auditorium. It was done by Prof. Phillips in arranging was little call for sea 'critic. downstairs cellar: hence the bonse Is daa I
heard in Auditorium. .
the Mrs. C. S.
.po highly interesting in the musical so we went to damp houses foster Illness. A to
> be music they furnished was excellent. every respect; part so well. He had his: exhibition o t
manybfU9: he;gradu.ates4.toj Farriss accompanied her on the piano. Miss Conkling sang a solo-"The its phrases well formed and the terms hands full of work all week) and modern art In the upper galleries. tbat has been standing for a reuiso

sure t&lfthi ,s4 ppiest, thi'.biggest.Thejre'elebfratt'tne !Miss Lena Conkling sang" Emery's"Burst Lord is My Salvation." This is one well selected. Miss Stewart pleaded many weeks before this. But he has Here we found ourselves properly con Is much more healthful than tin

: ;: conclusion '""of their, she found, Ye Apple Buds.with As usual of her favorites and she did her very in the main for an awakened public the sincere thanks of all the DeLam fronted. "Setting Ball After a Blow" I I tt I cue.-Minneapolis Journal.Choorlng .

successful priratorywoIq' : some audience great favor the vast best in it. conscience and for a realization ofone's music lovers for the keen enjoyment was. a large canvas, a ship pltcbln, '
and when she left the
with especial recognition on the part stage Dr. HlJlle It duties towards his fellow men afforded them .
1 sermon was great. ; through his efforts. heavily In the swell of a recent Sand Him
the hall with Up.
until
of their.in. ruiCtors.i They know *.bat rang applause: she rang with a fervent appeal to both for less of the selfish and the greedyand Here's to "the man behind the gun." the crew: putting the : Little Elmer
appeared again and bowed graciouslyi canvas on -Gram pa, why doj
.
thty arerartbeTend'of a hardtaskand -<- students and. audience for life of more of the altruistic spirit. -5
i before the admiring assemblage. a her It held a great message for m look soi sod? Gram I )>
;7 pa- was
The alumni
.whatever be the tasks await I service service He banquet was given at
.and service.
may expressed Sigma Beta Phi
ing Jthtn: .'in their"'futiif* active I life I But the chief attraction of the evening the hope, that the students Chaudoin Hall after the meeting. The Sigma Beta Phi Banquet mate (black smoke and. an ever throbbing thinking. Here I am sixty Jean
i were no doubt the Misses Baker. Fraternity of screw had not yet dulled his and I
for themomcnl"an4are There sea age have never done an/tbH
of relief were present the students, the
they sigh entered the
utters' would as they upon Stetson University held its
All the theirs. !Most of second annual fancy. Be
glory was the
those with them recognition and tb.-applause fell to University and visitors. A Mrs. wot ye gets off th' Plate!I" B e remember me. Little Elmer-Ob. '
are who rejoice mind; tobe, of service; whether as. most enjoyable W. G. Eccles on the Boulevard. during .
theiUt.Jortjvd 'friends.. I Tliyi: followed -their lot. Miss Eva received two teachers or preachers as doctors or I I evening was spent. the evening of May at. wanted to show some word of cheer to don't worry. Mebby. you'll still I Ia In
these" people through diplomas one for, the four years'course swing his right hand to the left shonl chance to live
business In
a young lawyers. as men or The Academy. Those nrpaent wprp> history at aw
the!* )osigjqfricp and hsvebeen; with i in piano and one for three sional men- they would be of profes-I Messrs.: der In seamanlike artmlratlnn. hnt *ti.Scold body's grandfather.
A. K. Eccles -
: I Dean
years in pipe organ. She was also i Tuesday morning the : Hart, .
in their difficulties and hardships commence- ofatallbitct -
them
.% to their fellow men. This is the C. S. Nutt, R. H. Lowrie, A. gray eye offlcla
with medal for ment exercises of the Smiley
while struggling! along to reach presented ) a gold .ideal of Christian life. AcademY' took was upon us-"Bab, j
highest
a true Frank Wideman, R. K. Roberts E. sailors! -and Ceuldnt Risk It
highest standing final piano examin- place. The following ,
q. a coal in life. And now that the goal !j ation." !Miss Jessie Joy Baker received -' Service. Service is the test. A man carried out: program was Spencer C. M. Conkling and J. W there was. a /group of young ladle.Ileal' First Sportswoman (after jumpta
has beenr.Creaehed 1 thtsavfle voted Is not to be Jtdged by'what' he knows Roseborough. Misses Christina Wide- by worshiping at the shrine of stile
a ) Come
a diploma for the three years''course Organ-Gavotte, "Annette and Lubin" along. Do have a
friends are happy.otoo. All are happy 'i or how much he knows of one science man, Hall corporation purchase,
Roseborough Lillian so he contented
in Durand Second ,
piano. Together ,with Miss ( ) Mabel Wilson. Sportswoman. It's ill <
Commencement like' ttoa9ledbcationaIcommunity ? similar to Emma the I Misses Eva and Jessie ort another, but by the way he uses I'!i Prayer-Rev. H. F. Harris. Page Armstrong Eva Lane Emma himself by nudging me furiously well for you to risk your nert
our is
played Mendelssohn's "Rondo Bril- his< knowledge and ability for the ,I Vocal-"Shoogy Shoo" Baker, Gertrude Purdon, Mrs. Hart "That' wot 'calls a picture: ," be suit I'm
harvest days for* the -farmer. The good of his fellow men. I'I (Mayhew) and Mrs. Eccles. A going to be married'next weel:
liant. Miss Eva Mattie sunset over water J
played the claimed
tiller the soil.is when after organ Bishop. our at- Punch. *
9f
happy them rise their feet
montl.,6} {bard | olVh'-ls finally pcr-} ;i and the Misses Jessie and Emma first Hulley Bidding exhorted the on Dr. 1 I "The Pines (essay-Edna Marion The following menu was served: tentlon. A blood red sky with no
graduates to remember Tomato
clouds
and Alfred. Bisque
mitted to gather in 'the crop. And second pianos respectively. This this thing all their lives. "A.students. only a slight density near the A Cellaoter of Coin. ,
his joy''is great or7 small'In proportion-'(was a novel thing. Rarely are the two qf mine" the doctor said, "Our Immigrant Citizens"-Eva Olives horizon. I said It .was remarkable Ostend-Pa. what la a numlsnaUPa
Celery
Instruments Elda Pickles
heard
as hi*.harvest is big or little. There,j at once in the Audi- with special emphasis "I beseech you Lane. perhaps' unreal. That's where y.ain't -A numismatist my son U I

is, then, every reason for unbounded jtorluin I Iters ; then it. the Here fact that three sis- to follow in this way, in the way of "The Appreciation of Nature"- Cold Ham Asparagus- Tips In It, mister! Look a' berel! If lector of coin. Ostend-And, pill) F
played the Misses Baker Janette Roseborough. on Toast.
if Stetson and for DeLand people ye won t' take all th' colors
joV On knees should In th' locker Well
have demonstrated that do service. your you i Piano-Valse my son? Ost.nd-l. a held n
Caprice Chaminade
thJ'WCC Ad> bi,..las! b. etmani- things.I .-Theyare musical they-success"can .ask of your God: 'What wouldst Lillie May Cleavelnnd. ( ) Maryland Chicken. so's ft 'ad lots o' red an' yeller In, er a numismatist? Chicago Newt
tested in many ways. The *.ciop..U- Thou have do?' ye'd find a sky t ,
Creamed match
us I Potatoes Fruit It Ain't
and more than that they have ..t- "The Tourist"-Elizabeth De Yar- Thimbles ye
been the biggest and best in / '. '
yeajpfcas !! Words such as these spoken on an never .I'd d what them
tained all dsgos calls
th of the Never through their own efforts: man Coulter. Sometimes a noble failure serm
history University. I
I occasion: "as this-when the Sweetbread blood o- Chrls'-tbem
Mr. and Mrs. young "The Patties dago wot load
Baker
are to be con Inefficiency of American Rail- world.
been
before have there faithfully dI5tiiIgIIUuccees.Dowden
as
seen so.many men and women stand face to face ye ballest In th' Plate I a
roads" ? I
gratulated. The ladies -Louise Christine had not
of the 'different '..chools.It young were Lindquist. .
graduates' with their future should ,
not fail to beard. .
simply showered with flowers by their "The Panama Canal"-A d Manhattan Salad "Well. It's a sky like that,
:was indeed a source' of much inspiration m a n a an
hare the desired
effect. Dr. .
Hulley It i-.t/-
many friends. ,_ i'Piano"f Theresa Larson. comes afore one of them -
to see the young students is to who have graduated o1IIa r hr-intQ the teachers', certificates werepresented't address Piano-Duet: Melody in B (Pade- Wafers "MID' I woe lyta' In Monte Video Money"
which will' long be remem- Husband What ifWifeWell
Another new
the following 4) Miss rewski) Helen S. Romme oncE an' 'ad
Auditor inmr Ina' body; ten l 13aedalaureate : and Harriet we a sky: .til blood red
bered all.
Helen Turner' Rolfe (who.>also', received by. S. Hulley. Peach Charlotte. an' never a cloud, an' tb' flshln' don't be so cross.: I IIt bo*
Sunday morning. They oc boats
In i the
I evening the annual Educa- *
cupied tile entire central of a i silver medal,, for1 "highest "The School Life of an American woe all comln' In; not rowln with my own money. Huibii
portion i' : tional.Address delivered Rev. Macaroon shipshape,
was
by
.taqd ng junior piano examination), 'Girl"-Lois Cooper. Ice Cream Cake same '. Your own? Where did you get It 1 tiWlfeI
the large hall. -assembled in De- -. Dn J,, E. Oates at the Baptist Church. me an' yon 'ud do; them
.MissLilyMay Cleaveland, .Miss "Nature and the Poets"-Julia Inn sold fur coat-Boclu
Land Hall they would in themselves, 5aJdlllo "l Hampton anMiss Uulia In this instance, too all services at Barron.VocalTurnkey's. Nuts Raisins shovln' th' oan/. If tII.y..oe pushln'a your
form a large crowd. Thus you can the other churches were suspended Coffee bsrrer.He spas Into a dark .
readily see the size of the graduating' C.iJI1'*Wif4J*: f 5 :u4J" for this Song/ (DeKowen) and said corner
A
one. large number of The something
I following more about
classes The writer did As Dr. yHulley aid, the graduatingclassbjtJielr t. W. Cotton. program was render dagos,
not. care to / excellent work, have people filled the church. The choir Of all the essays read the ed after the banquet: then continued: "Hex' day we .'ad a '
and paper The
count them ascertain .their, exact Cause Many
WAS reinforced by members of the Toastmaster gale.[ 'Owllu' of
number. He was wholly' carried pTOVn nronly a credit jo themselves of Miss Coulter and that of Miss H. Lowrie. It was, an' her drlvln
by the magnificence the scene away and but'to IbctIivr1i.za! : well. ." Stetson Glee Club. Miss Conklingsang Barron were the best. Such was the Toasts. Into It same '. we woe off th' Born, Sudden Death
I An made a solo and were it not in a verdict of the The Fraternity in In' a big German bark *
too impressed with the beauty thereof oun.aemenr.wu that next church large audience as expressed VerseE. drt, down on
; to have prosaic figures in mind-a year.'aboutUfa..-time'of the Chau- with applause.the house' would have .rung in the hearty applause with The S. Spencer. us an'. took th' fore to'gal'n'mast out o' There 'is a- disease' prevailing fc.> I'

; discordant note that! would. _have been.; tauqua a number ,of musical noveltieswill Df.: Oates'''.address 'on'' education which almost every utterance was Fraternity in His. ory 'er an' th' boom all" started all th' ountry moat dangerous because so **
presented here amongwhich received. A. K. Eccles. eadgear. Two ships woe dr1,' SIII: IL' K' '! Many j!
I' The School of Music. will be "The Meesiah- "Tbe Creation was_It masterpiece. It_ was one of The Colleges. The Ladies R..K. Roberts an' that's .wot conies oat o" ashore I JfcJJEk,are cs....
those addresses< it pays to hear-and The hem skies
"Elijah "Pinafore, and "The Fraternity in History I Itheartpneumonia. **
Friday evening the commencement I I Crucifixion." Prof. J. W. Phillips forTwhich 'folksy-pay ''to hear. He On Tuesday evening were held the J. W. Roseborough. wot they calls th' blood o' Chris'." JJ

:: of th* ''School 'of 'MuaicJ took place..,hs.. promised :a. lecture on Schubert dealt-with.hiB! subjectin: ) a'-mostlre* commencement exercises of the College | -' It was an Impressionist picture that 1 failure or IPI
,
The audience. markable manner scholarly and of Liberal Arts, the College of Picta About annoyed my mate-.an Impression IJI "
r\ya')large. .,The' program withalustations! J'Commencement very Mr. Orth i Proposition. of a are often thin"
\ was 'entlrelr.mUlical and of avery I t in very eloquent 'terms. He pointed Law and the College of Technology. Mr. Orth came to me with scene In dock, with mast and funnel a. i of kidney dbM

:. high partlclpants-in Business.College and out first the educational value of the All the members of the faculty were proposition that neither of the and bulls all mixed up., The coloring I kidney trouble

this program;wer,,either graduates College; Class Day. home: the uplifting influences of the on the platform; also Messrs. E.. O. do any campaigning excePt us on''should Satur- was .!good but the ahlns mlht h... L.1.w.dtoadVs5''

..L. till of! ,the School of Music'-- finished school and of the university; the Painter Silas B. Wright Hoo'B.. days.I old him that T, been ninepins 'of egg 'boxes.";- 'lIl kldney.pollOl
I z pliyers U: or1 'artists|f In : the '''making.. .Saturday, evening the commenceof noble work done by the church and Stevens E. L. Hon and Dr. Oates- make a vjgorous campaign expected to n'ng. At first he .was or any a.; blood 'WIlr tt

4- Miss Elizabeth Bryan Carson who re1 -t the Business College was in. order the ministers in the betterment of all members of the Board of Trustee.* LJ no such and would amused, then Indignant perplexed., then J V.tal: .organ* 1/1/
1 .ceived a diploma for a four years' The President, on behalf of the mankind and the need of educationfor of the University.; iVy domy campaigning allreem*nt. but said. -What'. rOh, -n be kJdl\lly.homselv.! break .ulewa v4f',
this
.coprse in piano, played two numbers- Bqatd/of .T usaees .John B. Stetson -ministers of the gospeL To The openingnumberwa ,Kinder1 my duties would' permit whenever I'ta Ship b'gad.-'or way cell I by cell( U .'rtj *,I J
I then a i Dutchman
University fill this latter need is the of' Festival March" played asked Be burst Into a at Bladder raw I Ia *
him troubles
Chopin's\ "Bal ad. in A FUt"aml. presented the business purpose on the organ what' he Intended ot most always
,
... Mfcndelssohn's "Cappriccio Brilliant," ''college 'graduates with their diplomas. the Florida Baptist Education Society by Miss Eva Baker., After. the completing his to do about rude laughter "Ships.. I... mister doranromont of the kidneys snd a *

very, ",ry....cdl'ltll )Ouch, 3I1d Some students got as many as two under whose auspices' the, meeting invocation by the. Rev, Dr.larkness, he. had reopened school the and he sad ad look. at them tawps'l ',afShlVI! obtained quickest by.a ;'P4oper Iw.*.. *,
'school
'
ret dd lomas for 'bookkeepmg'arid) ihort- held. Potter's "Annie Laurie' and ex- wT tawpa'l yards below the kidneys. If arOoallnff Ix'jT'
h<*. J ttsrN..rkJ.. r se _ne > was ,was rendered pected to finish it. I told the main an- you
ert pianist which sne certainly is. :'and or for banking and bookkeeping. The doctor appealed for assistance by a quartet' 'consisting Lena Con- I was glad to know that him that a 'b.nman'a gibbet for tb' muoen gaff can make no mlatake by takingDr.. BJ'

.Anfther piano selection was played The usual address to the graduates I in the .worthy'cause expounded by the Wing, J. W. Phillips., ',Mary. ,Ziegler. to complete the school he\ but was going Them feller ', ,ot some cheek/ m.te. bladder Swarap-Koot, the great kidney' '"?'
: I Society, tol ve a helping hand to and, I. W. Cotton. him gave 'l'JIat'a wot I It-cheekl remedy. JJBj
/ calls '
by Julia Wainwright, who also was dispensed with this time and*a.i no instructions be It urln.'aiod!
: 'reeetveJ the-. fourjea1rs'. ; cour e diploBSrshe Itead..1.liliy-u.! given.by i the!! ..e.9r1ortf young men who are willing 'to pre- Biptfat Rev.: ,E' C. 'Parn' D.D, of the matter whatever as the regarding Board th, "laUq' things Uk.'.that. '01,. allora'k lnr corrects pain In Inability. to It,hold and ovsnW*J
forthe' churchMacon only passing
\ pare ministry Ga.was bas .
played one of Beethoven e College orTiEer1nrXrU"entitled .that right at tIaem.- unpkaunt com.."*

compositions-.Sonata, op., 57 fir' f "A Class Reunidn." This was LawClssiDar. then 'the introduced addresJ by'of Dr.the' Hulley to' deliver r -s glad that he was' gong to CO often during necessity the day of,'being and to fa* *J
'
.. movement, and one by Chopin Valse written by Miss Marion Jackson, of The- Class Day of' the College of subject ; "The evening The fi41isb his school for the following mes during the night. .The .nw';
s'
in A Flat. Miss 1 Wainwright playedremarkabfc the :graduates, and "assisted by thect.s.Jbj1 Law celebrated the wat 4 Contribution of reason The pay for 'i'0: ; extraordinary effect of SwajnpRootJflrealftad.
T was by graduates Greek Oratory to Culture as IllusJ last teachinll the .". "W ", .
.
Vll.Iitidti'w I oWIf gAs6t two
an- i ; ; ; tCdiI i( honor from the law school months of'.chool It 'tandS1h6'nfgrieat f\\
MOllday evening. trated by Demosthenes Orti1aeTsii.rBiw5
ouncedXyl tile jPtscJldlaa that she lafs611.e1lC. )I and Chrysos- from the- comg .Gt. .
will \ iij.6TItu ihytudcdts of With the state. but we 4ark & .aIIort" derful cures of the moat dtitrasslnt*
graduatesthere, was on the tom. cannot woman .
; the teaching staff of the Music I Irtmont I I the College "killed two birds with one '" Himselfatgreat.orator, Dr. this State Aid unless secure with a fierce eye Shell Swamp-Root Is pWaJUinrTO t M -.
Dean Farrah the .
"Ii f iut fjiearty.mhicj! sn.,J I,.tone.7rfille4.a"yaculUD in, the busi-- stage seat .occupying his accustomed He Dargantmade reviewed the briefly.best.of the. his subject. of school Is completed. So 'full'unl""IIe' term (i'aitIngalrlagly t.' .glve'yo_ a 'check i vwtor by all draggiat In ilfty-csrtf snd "I

);. 4 wa eFei'lf4"Wj.b.;$ < long i sites college commencement; exer- The-first number'on the periods different finlshe'd his school the Sub-Diltrkt > No., she *. sized bottle. You may-JX _
in '
I cl.d.nd"celebrated program Greek history; inwhich the waitIng to oie.J have
cost iIau.q.'M1js Manor ; "their own col : would have to him fet one a sample boil!. of
.
recital pay for
: ; .. = &uitti'! ?"Eotr aty'* lege day!u tt--'m! -- was Hendricks.a piano This was by followed,MIlS Ruth two .great orators were active and the last five' weeks and ,I teaching r iy -:1t"-: .lt1mcmt America. this wonderful new dlcovery *- .
by an told,the ,. pf their lives wished to t -'
: .aBoW. story and the
IS .all. It... .. ,! the
on John
by difficulties with which expenses
m.u.alt", "' 1.Niallt" I and arcla .. president they met ancV Mr. Orth lid Carries' tolls all.about It.both "'<
i "* : > prophecy, dramatized; a of, th.I.,. ... Mir,, John H. the!: .obstacles they had not propose that W.Ieht'"Pt. B -
'. 'Suem..t .,t" I ; ."t1M; fimoroti*..,.foro at.t,of "C".I future Romme. The address attain, toovercoaie neither,of us ito aay said ** '"wlut to lent fr a by mall.Address Dr.KIImIr'
; .. was yeryoulI'htful' to. ,theltcherac1'; )\ Ideals.: Their hi. Csmpslgnmg. bat 7" 8ctai"G wrlllnl ?
Hm JoIUf.f. Ii. &:::4lM 4. the proposition w BInghamton N..Y. Whan
Kof '
t career several:Cjla. at. In and showeell' Mr. Romme mode( of I and the** wss just' a. -
oratory difference stated '
..n."a'llf 'ftT1l "M'UW all former years thi. would be written by cr.bCi 18 AaJI tot( wldifamtlijsryjwibthe \! ",.between'the two'were pointed out In above. ,nerllry J. 'iJUaYini> replied wading this generous oiler to tbl r'"",

.bsiV'aLeIlf. howd great on. of tte.jn|; ; a _tis and 1..4.bl' toe {*iIDfP4e. detail. Demosthenes was a''patriot Very'truly, place where ttty weigh lIB."It'a_ ber Don't make any mlstake.but?
DlIItq-! the K1
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Dame Swamp-Xtoov
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