. 19U apply to the County
well and leave alt nl > $33. *atd proof will be made before Clerk CtnmH Courtat +I' ':
*; Oorit; shake bvtn Jodve of County.. State of Florida at Klaalmmee s2:00: up' ;" ;
<, the morplDg shake again Tloleotly 'filnntepol+It.;, Mianaqd .return 1Ct.elm_. F..... on Auouat IS WCW.! via* : (ity. for an order e..u"p publio : :from ,
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Boater O. Hanooek. Louchmaik Fie., Bda, ; #
,, Hap Awe or- two"rOoais wall" wept, Ticket on sale AUK. 10.'11,. 12;.. limited -, INIl and 70tW foe tfce >w W .f aw Y.Bee. Z8.; e Mof or and;private beine- situate sale, the In the following Counties Osoeola lyinr ana o .0 '
', ( alway' 'burning- yonr' sweeplufbt ) Au?.31., Extension; Septv 30, UW.Paenrei" I ne OJ, 8e E and M H of...)4.0&. .ao. Tp.. 168 Polk -nth* State of Florida owiui All of fractional ,r .CORN, :from: $2.00. up .

UteD.wiA'acyrlmraaprav-'every :inch and ..ticket'office, 108 1C1111 Me ; the Ion; .... wit_ to .....hi .. .Block" On (1) South Florida. B.'R. Cum- t
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.y' ( Klsalmmee A''" Beginning
of tbeKpomt cpeclauyjaracki! aDd.(.b. West Day :8w. a.ckllOn"tl1." Kla_ i I _tin_reatd.ioe upoa and oultlraOoo of MId *outhweeteornerof8eee2Tp aurvey o ;: .& 8 R lIP E: and G IN firom 1$2.00 up il
dgeaJVfUM ;.Lift, .the i, O. 'LURK land.-. -
: .r.buebo..N1. ; : ; ran N 1.40 chain to.R.L rlarkt ** '
ot.t.b. and .eod''utraatn UlftrUatf Passenger'Agent.; j jAbrafaant I I .Benjamin FV. TVoweraof; tLoarhmanL Fla.:, chain 8 60 dear. K line See. q-rr.e-W A.D' 'ALL OTHER LIQUORS IN PROPORTION
algae .
carpet p .
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1es. .. hours,:f ..l1ow1Dlrj'I\Q' ia map'who, ,. against'all i ddi) sir: I I" -, I' KexVteiv.IfAH Town oft KUsimmee Cltv and run "' tJo4'MB ft, '. .. .. "t'
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tan 10./IfO/ I. .IetM fls ._i... 1t1Hli1rup)' ,h tariou.loed.'a, plrth'R'd.6nXSiai.rt i rnmuMr. to lake ofCsnnrn'e.ddltiosto11.etownof H W M. TC A E' :.0.J;
I the ertate of KJesTtumse. In Also. The aouth"i .
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, and hatchuvifstf rlpestb, D sawn like f,q Jylc..jii' s?'iKir. .'' ourer', Oeceola. at ,te of xTorida. wtD--u.-1 .-.nIl.....onarter. 8ee.um.sTp MSB ORANCE..AVE. 1'ORLANDO' .ea.'f =' (,.. .
: \:: ; $i.,1 1:: ::1:' Cuoctx,'CiJId."ji.-oncbl..I.,. '\Influeo.f gggg.:- te I*S*an the County of fnUf. 8TMe ess.4mt...being.. sofa the ; po.., FL" : .
preaertEen .
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Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00238
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 20, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00238
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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WEK1YA UNION AN**) ,SUN hero springs In, creeks Florida, rivers. the.n4.I..lIea. hundreds-. that 01 MR. HAm W., TItU'IIL\N'' \ ;

never go dry furnish fresh water -convenient ' :

W DAY5CHOOL CONY0ITION.F to. every pasture or rang URGED TO BUILD HOT! 1'
every moment of time; In fact it is an CLEARING : :
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undisputed truth that there. is not s. SALEJ.
'Held spot within the' elate that surveyed
1t Jo be With Kissimmee .Bap-
from a common center for five miles Strong Petition Sent Him fci r J
will be --- ---- "
around water not encountered
running ''''0: 'OF
tist Church: July 27, 28 .and 29. ; and as water. is the most Bnstness Men of Kissimmee. "

i Important factor In the make-up of a '
uooaesfui etouk-ralslng country, w' -Clerk of the Court E. L. Lesley circulated : J
raIDA GOODS
e lay. this special......s upon the feature.Ws . {the following petition this SUMMER I!
10. a.. m. Devotional. Exrole. 'know of m' other section of the week which explains itself, and which ;

Enroll messenirers. country. that can say. as tnunh.-Secre wa signed by all the. business men'. in , ,
11 ..; m. Why have these Fifth Sunday t.ry' Report, Jacksonville Board. of town: .

o meetings?. Short talk by many. .. Mr. Harry W.,Thurmah Germantown kf

., .2: p. m. The Sunday *eh->ol rupee Trade.Deaty P*. i :.AT COST!i _
.Inlendent and tescherleaders, B. U.I un5erlgned
Dear Sir The cltlaenjandbusiness .
Hash. -
Mr. A. C
AI Sugg and. D. E. XteldweU? '' of .,,
230 p< m. How-to get people Into We received this week the:followingnotice : men respectfully represent L-: y.Sixth .
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school and. them there
;, Leader(Sunday Mist lite keep Trafford, Alter*; of the death of Mr. .A. C. B...b, Flr t. Th..1. appreciate. verygreatly .
Buss mention of which was made in these your'Investment la --- 7
sate, Helen Oarson property .
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coluUJo, fews ago .1 -- --- -- "
and -
3 Our obligations ''to Home among us, especially your rest- t -
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p. at. i
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Allen Churchill
In the death of Mr. '
deuce with"us for at least a. portion of .
.&nd Foreign MUstoas, Leader, J. M. Annual .
Report of. the Florida
the '
Jul1alU06 of
H..h. one most the .
111.0D. Jr. .. year .. :I.'I!
4 p. m. -Sy stmmMJo ghlo Lea-; highly respected citizens of Oraysoncounty Second. That. 'we earnestly: urge Audobon Society "
'd passed to his reward. He had Ion to spend as. much time with, us as.
ar.1:40. Rev.p m"Introductory sermon, lust passed h.. 64th birthday June 8th. I you can. all. the while. In reviewing our work of. last. year SPRING AND .sUMMR

iRev. J, U Lie was a even-tempered liberalhearted i 1 Third. That we call your attention' we can state. that we have made, further ?, "

!, Richardson. gentleman lie believed in up a.* a. public spirited, citizen to the I| progress. Wet have continued d on I .... ..
SATURDAY. his He I the lines ,
building community. was .1 fact that. Hotel Klsilmmee was. burned same as heretofore have distributed -
4,' '8:30 a' m. Devotional. Exerolse.Y successful farmer, and left his home some time ago and has not been re a' great deal of ''literature, '

.8. a.. m:'.Querles by the three Vine apd farm In floe condition without...0cumber. built. ' copies of bird laws of our State-eta., .QO'ODS'-

(Presidents.. .Doe" Fourth." That a. Dice up-to-date. ho- and are -rylng to gain a larger circleof
9:30 a.. m. now to ....ken'a greater Mr Hash was a. kind neighbor and telwould prove very attractive. to -via . people. to .'.k..a. interest la the. '- .' I IS

Ft Interest Sunday school work in our true friend. He was specially devoted : (I\o.\ ..., greatly. benefit the town, and we preservation, of birds *o a..rlll0 humanity \\
'Churches. Leader, Rev; J/1*. Webb. and kind to his family.' lie was. married believe prove a. paying Investment. especially to, agriculturists. ; ,

i' 10 ... m. The B Y. P. .U. Leader to Mias Sarah. Jane Perkins in Fifth. That. there Is no place more and. at the same. time, so agreeableto Dry Goode'Clothing, Shoes and Notions' :'a
Kev.C. C. Carroll.! -.-' F.br"il86C1.; To them was born pleasant. or 'capable. of .being made the. lover of nature
y lla.m. The Missionary! Outlook.: one sun, Lee N Hash. ...1.... Hash's more attractive. to ,visitors than Kis. The number of teachers'wbo-have < \fn
,Leader, Rev. E. Lee Smith. health. has not been good for several. simmer, been giving lessons if Public Schoolson Endless Variety and at-Very.' i c.I .

.2 p. m .Why .huuld Baptists read year 'No pains. ''nor expense were Sixth. That we earnestly. urge you the. usefulness of birds-has increased t

,our denominational paper* and misSion + spared to benefit her. Winter before tooonuideribe advisability. . of erecting considerably - \
'journals? Leader. Hev. F. U..Edwardsr last. be took her to Florida.. for several an up-to-date. well equipped brick We have been la correspondencewith Lo'Y Prices. ,

Alternate, Ile.. U. M., Brit-. months.. Last winter the trip. was hotel. on your handsomecorner jot opposite number of sheriffs the various "
'tain. repeated. but be had. to return soon Kats. store or on some other. counties who act .. ._ warden (IIM. I
2:30: p. m. Our Missionary Machlnr because his own falling health was' desirable. location. In the town. and. by answer. lot we havereceived

L : '. Leader; Hon. C. A Carson. not. so good-to the warmer climate.. .Seventh.- That* pledge you our from them, we know that they '

3 p.'m. Vtr'N. Union Mrs. Merry. For about. two years before his full sympathy. and. cordial. support In are. trying to execute) the law. ; we have.
I C' STANF'OR.P.
o itnan, Vice President., c death Mr. Hash was. over ly I afflicted. such an undertaking. ", seat copies of the game. laws. to quite : ,
7:40: p. m. Temperance. Leader'. ; J, with some heart and stomach. 'trouble Very respectfully*;, a. number of them who asked. to receive .. I' ,
B. Webb. In ll all, he malntalnebfs. patience them .
.;;: ftt
r Mr. .Thurman has taken quite anInterest Trfl'IRIIIATRO! Lotflicu. .11 KIISIIIUIIHo"
SUNDAY. i and. Integrity.His faith was' fixed. in .We have also Interested a. number .
God. He'bad no fears when the He'v.al'l"aLbe..I.ld in Klssimmee, as. ts evidenced of Women'. Club. '''to the State: who -
0:45:: : a. in. The Model Sunday him band 01.ftUct.lon by the fact to at be has purchased considerable I Influence .
the are now using their to- increase .
upon ,

.School, conducted by J. W. Pret.tls. property here and should ,
and led him to thebrink; of : the general interest of the pub- G'BbD'IED
11 a. m. Missionary. Sermon Rev. be consider the above petition favora- .
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lie in
death. He was conscious tothe. very our cause. A number of'' auxiliary '
.F.' C Edwards.. ablyhewill without doubt. have the
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end. committee have been started
3 m. Sunday School Mas Meetlng hearty. sympathy.. and. co-operation of ,
p. .
.. Mr. Hash professed religion soon .' and we are desirous of Increasingtheir ; TREES I
,. Leader to be selected. One of the our eltlxens., A
the In under the aumbe..ID
after war, a meeting order to get 1 Iq closer
1 .topics: How to Develop- Missionary weeping willow in Mr.* Coy Halsey'syard II touch with all p...... of the State they -
Late In Sunday School.. Leader Mrs. In 1800 ho would work in with :
/ August w..bapt.l&edlotoo '' conjunction' us. ''
S. B. Teony. the fellowship of the Young's How to Cure foot Rot Still, we know -the". a, great deal ISLESWORTH.RII'RSER.I'ES.{ >\

"7:40: p. mk Sermon. Chapel. Dsptlst church of wbl'h' he ,Fout" In citrus be more ought to be done to awaken interest ,
"We want, you at this. meeting, and. -rot trees can promptly .
member the time of .
was' a prominent to and amongst the general public in '
'want, you there Friday worth' g. IfPO..lble. his death. : '*n careful effectually attention cured.and some Itrequlres email. favor. of our endeavors., CHASE A CO.V PBOPHMTORS. ,,J.; "W.'BOARDAGENT.: .
and want you to remain till Mr. H..b'wa.. a gallant. Confederatesoldier some Further efforts will be made. to reach ,. / - ;<* *,
the. close-"For Jeaus' Sake.VKisslmmee through the whole civil war. expenditure, however. The first thingto !many. more of the school teachers allover We wtll' hive ready for next Fall and Winter plantinggeneral. ., ''
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church' will take. care. of remember about foot-rot is that it assortment of Orange and OranefruUTree. of all leading varletlee. --
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He was wounded once, but never the State, with the view of instructing -
all who go. Please. vend your names by the He served captured in Is contagious. Any Instruments used the children in the usefulness .,' Our trees are. budded on,goodrhealtby rough;Lemon and". C:,

..to 'fie v. C. M. Briualn. Chairman. Company. i 1, 61st enemy,,Va.. under Capt. Calvin In. working to communicate around. a the. foot-rot dlseaseTlp-tree are of blrds.-'gd creating) love for 'Sour Orange root,' guaranteed. free from toeeet pete of say ....: ..

Entertainment Committee. aentor: apt anyother bird In the hearts. 'of Droplet 'All budded from bearlOB. tree U our grove and. therefore a ...'
.Bring the matter up in eburub Sunday The funeral< was. preached at. Oak tree around wbloh-they" may. be this requires the' distribution young pf .a. name. Our facllltlee. for growing nursery Clock 'an tntmf. too -
Is- r
used
and ;ur if a certain tree affected < "
School or prayer meeting none and our trees as floe and : >
Hill Aotdemy'July' 2d, by pastor C. 'with foot-rot and. Instruments aroused. great deal t>f literature chart, etc., are M money tweeiy .are'k '
,
Send from
send messengers. report perlenoe can produce.We. are making a. specialty skis season 'ofl
T.Taylor from 2 Cor, 6:1'J.'h. attendance to furnish the material to the .teach
S. 8., Vf, M." S. and. B. Y. P. U. of friends and: relatives was in working this diseased spot. itis 'ers, beCea..ri. for ,instruction etc. ( the ramous California. Valencia. Late which U rlnilatfl W (.,.....,
work of your church.- If no one ts interested . apt to communicate. the disease from We t.b.lfre.t.elt.. money-maker Florida..' Our Valsosia' :
very large. If was Mr. Hash's request to. all friend 'of Our
appeal
enough to go, please., send a. that. his old comrades take. part this the diseased with spot the to instruments.some well portionof cause. to become members of the Flor- direct from the best kauri**tree* taj' ste. .distrust.produohag . ...,..... _'
tree
report anyway.. the beet y t ba OwitfiMrtlsvi .J. ,
at his ..funeral and burial- Twentytwo ida Wudobori Society. slid to reooir-
.. OOMMTTTEK.:. ,of them were' present.. Tributes to To Is.to cure remove foot-rot the the soil first from step around desirable -i, nice the necessity gqttlur the fund Write for PricMto'jV W. HoAiio; _..''A.t,MI';IKyiesilee .". -

;J.'H. UIOUARDSOV.J .-. his noble char oter were paid by comrade 1 blob are. needed to, : o1. .
prfrseoutetheworks. : ;"
the crown of the tree thus exooslng I . I" 'M .Wnls tM\, ......... ... : :
andJ .
W. MATCHKTTV Harvey Phlpps Coy Halaey }h, '-r l '
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tats to the air. The second it
portion ...,. ..
old : i : _, ,, CS'CEOLA' .1lrsia.
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soldiers'- .
MRS. S. E.TKNNCY. H. La Ruo. The bore to use some antioepllo. wuh. Usually It all members of the Societywill =_ 1'
MBS.' It. E. MERRYNAN.r the body from the. Academy to the new .tbeorange. Qrowerouteout the. diseased use'their personal Influence! a great.

cemetery at Young's Chapel and. ten portion and. then applies. the wash referred deal will be !gained. "" ., '
r Stock Raising in Florida. derly laid it to rest. ''' to.. When the wound has healed Address Florida. Audobon SootetTs1 '.
Mr. Hash is survived by his wife Malilant. Orange Coun"f. .. }.
thoroughly, fresh soil be tbrownabout "
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the acre.'of land may ,
Of nearly 35,000,000 ,
and son and four grandchildren, two the tree.. The wash is '
surface In Florida,' about 4,500OOO rothers, Lewis and Thosc B. Hash made of various. antloeptlo compounds. One ,.. All The World 0'1

acres are. Included farms,. Improved and. two sisters. Mr.; Nellie .Cox and. of the. .up compounds used is, one part. know that B.lIard.' Soow"Ll Im.D'] PHARMACY. :

and unimproved- thus leaving over Mr. Rebecca H.I..,.; crude carbolic acid and. about. fourparts bas -oo superior. for. Rheumatism '), .. I
30000.000 acres available. ts' erasing The family. express their high; appreciation Stiff Joints, Cuts,' Sprains-. Lumbago '
lands for cattle sad sheep. It is not of the many friends who i then water.; mUlngtbese off the thoroughlyand of the and all pain... buy it, try it and. you I. .8-- THE! LEADING DRUG STORE ,
washing{
to i b<,) inferred from fits. that. no. cattle showed to him and. them repeated part will alwayifuse. Dallard's. Snow Liniment ,
tree that has been laid bare bv
or sheep are raised in Florida.,' for'' In Kindnesses In the. hours ,of. ,, affliction cutting out of the disease.. the 1* ali'ving. ' proof of what it'does.

1re..Ii"\, there were on the ranges last. and bereavement. .., ,. diseaseIs All we ..JcIot you is ,t.o"II'W'" 'a' trail.

year. In rounds; number, about 000' J JC. 'T' ,"TAYIOB., / Another to remove way.the of soil stripping from; around the. the bottle., Price 25o, Mo and$1.00 Sold J. 'DON'T 'rM6fr'US : ;. f
show is I.ff .
000() cattle; what we want< w by Ilobersoo's PharmaoyrEditor
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t\ much in the th.,1t.. Is
crown same
way
,, that there I.I abundant. room for 3,000- ,
-
: Shipped Idle Negroes Away.. done where the trees. are diseased and. "
bead In place of me euwparalivesmall
jOOO
hen applying a. compound composedof Warned. I
1'.\.t number noted above. It is for New Orleans-: Jul r 15.-The work ofa : of '
and about four '
pne part sulphur When in need -
-;', the. purpose of demonstrating to the ,The editor of the Bradentown fieft- any..1t..Jn..1n.th
+_ thousands of'people who are Interested! remarkable city house cleaningparty parts land-pUater. mixed with enough aId suggested so ordinance againstcows ,... ,_. .... .: Un
.-. '' .Dr
15Unegromennnd . .
i permit it to be applied. easily tUBCing-at: large'inthe"streets ... .""\"""" -. -. .... .e'" ,
b : onboarda
.trcmca -orO with a brush::: "Whed this.form'fcf an '
.:;.;. ,that wo malc tblll statements to proveto ... of Bradentow'n and. it seem that tb.edlt.or .S.
,. passenger train at Lake Charted i. [tiaceptlc wash Is used,, no attention. Is
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is to truck in certain PVcOulre r
them that It not necessary> go and : a nag a
them of the
and shipped out town and all.
the disease
paid to cutting-out

,southwest to the. bleak northwest order to make, or to stooK the. : raising far- parish Is told tonight In a dlspatcbto aced i the trees that ..supposed to be affected which I I.,a'; rich who'piece wrote of humor this. warning: .S t; fl Bottle ot t "flerDIne"\ FREE:to.byeru, Customer" - fvfsutmy
the Pica on'the
a successful and. highly profitable. j u ne. They were" pi of ; are treated. This I last' form, has 'It's lit le I thought" la coming'' to : .
train' with the .
same body a been used hundreds, and. .
indurtry.. Having the vast. negro who last week: shot of trees with excellent results. VVVV d'y
unsurpassed In extent lolke the Herald advloa'tin' -
Above staled : paper
4" And suitability. for-the raising.. of live the who city subsequently marshal of died Jennings in- jail La.at ,Lake and. Where. tree Is almost girdled the the anarky'o' the'dayand:: th' .. .'
with foot-rot il Is best to resort to
if.i"", tock of every kind. It would seem should unaccountable Charles, from wounds;received whileattempting .cutting/ out tre..Unenk.-" P.. H.,, ROLF.I' ruin o' .law and. orderin. telling. the -$aAu/acidsa8ulioAr. 4a.uAt dudt R AuAt
..... ,. that this Industry to avoid' .arrest.' Shortly Big Marshal o Ua"a.dent.owD to arrest .o
Y- '. long remain in .a comparatively. me ow. '. '
o
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a' . before midnight the negro tenderloin, I K < J VBe If he tries I't.bere'li. be South Stables :|
condition: reasonable cart. labers"
chaotic or passive Wall". ,
known as the "Hole in the was
trouble\ The Smallest ..
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'i ..ilullon.of Die would invaded several 'hundred .white one' big marshal less inManatee
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'. seem to be two-fold: firaVJgAorance of men, including some members\ the I, Pensacola., July. 17.-..Weighing county and. some' wtndes| in the Herald : t'i' : r
the of those office 'pay. for. Me cowla .. .
1ti' the true situation\ on part state militia on their way to the annual .."eDLeea.ounce.bel'n less than. ten to a i .
people in other states interested In folne animal. as. I bad one Just .'lolkeherIn -'- LIVERY
( 1 state encampment.. The. .despatchsays : inches In length and with an arm overwhich ,
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mainly because the real ;the ould oalled Rosey- '
such mailers, :. .. an ordinary. wedding ring can oouotr'y FEED .
condition have never.-beea, placed before house n also. gave a blot the people that
'House after was visited and easily be slipped, little Miss Utltia is
.. them In a proper and -attractive ae inmates not even being giventime probably Lbs .m..llenl.ntanli. one.week they can milk me cow..n', make butter t . : and
form: second, because'of!' a. certain < taken and. turned old Sb> is the daugbver out of the cream. ; that I I. nice. advice . >;;;' '
: to dress, were out > : in the country: > t ,, ... '
sort of prejudice that exjsts. In' the over to a guard,4'! of Mr. and. Mrs. ,A.:' C..rm.la..u. for a democrat, .n' .be.'t.hLhol:; I iJ. SALE: : 'i. if' ,
minds to..the effect ]X>ker I'll break. :the head. of:.the.'man
many persons !"The, motley 'group was* marched Italian couple, and;arrived"at"' their l '
I ,.'vthat the grow,"lug of stock can'not WOo under guard -pistols to a. water tank' home a. week ago, a. much more dlmlnuljve who* gave, it if any body milk me cow, t STABLEINGRAM : : i ii
.. o' anarkl t bas.hells
j&eed in what tbeV. are pleased' 'though about. a mile from town and a passen-. mite of humanity than abe is atresent an I'll' get one .
erroneously, .too ;:-call{ a hot climate, ,and the ' an' throw?; it in some day at "
stopped ,
:i! with Insect ; 'of every jlert.r.lli was negroes .> the door when are. .slttln' at' yer &: GILBERT. PROPRIETORS. SI'
1I.t scourged pests put aboard ami t.belr.J.re. paid as.. far'. were''called la'' 'shooktheir ye :
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( .kind fatal. to animal,llf., 'la the first as the parishline. members of the headswhoand. few thought the little desk in the Herald office writtensuch i .. - .' .- .* ? i, .. \'
. instance-people. can. not know, the advice to th' people. Yer doct.'iloaeem. '
guard riding that far. who them. lady. would live, but a week baa Passed '
in "the to-be 'This free BROADWAY OPPOSITE POSTpFFICE,,
tv truth simply Intuition.-and, ,_ '''ISojne of the negro women'were, and she b..' grown the smallest is a" c.uotYI ;. , "
'y second there i*' absolutely. not' the snipped "".lID their! night dresses." part of an.. inch and l gained an ounce but keep off'the. grass.. Now', i ".

e" slightest foundation for .such bellsf. '- ,,Tbe despatch' says', that'. care vwas. or> more while she bas the appearanceof Ks, me cow 1* ,,Iloea'to eat gras".' o'racentown. *1 Phone 1O2. ' Kissimmee, ;,
The truth. I I., the climate of Florida Jan taken in the raid, not to deal 1 unfairlywith being as vigorous and healthy as. . so 'hands '''Off, both' ( "

ideal on. for clock': .raising.-In: the negroes and that, when no any cblld'one: week of.tge. you an'th''big marshalNow'! ye J All Kinds Hauling. Florida., ,
r.' southern Florida is found the greatest. smallness warned an'ye. know that. a. nod la a.* J i.'
weapon was found on'one of them, if .Some idea of the of the infant "S "
I .grazing region, east of the Mississippi; resident known good a.* a. wink t' a. blind borse: ', ""1 .
his It is .
h, could Identity a can be gained when . .
prove :
cold r &" '"' ,. .'IFtiF YAYrQr -. -. --.aY"y'ryrgrgnprnYt. .. ..r -. .
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perfect never ,
j thttcliwMe,i of, Lake Chattel, ;, he, was notmo. that *. .silver dollar will'cover the Train f .' "31( 11 .
t kill 'che-grssseswhichgrow Solid! Load Cattle., .. ... CGSI.
;W.t..enough to : lested. ? face, while a. common sited lead pen ."... '' >,
,. where good water; a.* ibou JDe. and \\iixJ'Lir LrtT -" n ell will not go in the tiny mouth. The Mr.' /no. 'M.: Lee, 'manager' for' the to .'. .". '., I r ..<.

I I. in supply 'Make the weak Strong. ' head> of the tiny Jady'is. covered 'with I Lee Parsons Cattle Co. delivered to f." ..

.. ., at. all. seasons. of the 'year. ; even. A run dow .condition of the nervous black curly hair,' which give her a..1 Mr. Howard. Lyke. of Tampaon Mondav ". ; _. :'" t." ; i .
known has .failed
I a the longest drouth thoroughly rendering defective doll-like appearance.. the 'Is the : ,'468 bead of fine beef cattle for .
,s'4 to produce a. scarcity Of water' ; it Is the system energies of the. mucus, gland and smallest baby ever born here to "live shipment to Cuba. The :caule'' were NEW GROCERY cSrro RE.! .'

never hot enough to Injure stock" and venal and nerve structure le why.: so : and it is believed the smallest. in the driven from the Lee Parson ranch. ,,at. ; .

',', insect pests are only troublesome durIngparts have various. eU......*. south Maul-people. ,bare called.at. 8vutbportanddelivered .be.... "' ,'J.. "
people
.. 1-. of the month of May. and' many Haggard's Specific Tablets rectify. all. : the home of the proud Italian. couple, Mr. Lvke chartered a'special'train. 'S have )Just.. opened .bp' at Bandy'A'Bandy. '> I

".W' -**June' after which, time they disappear.In these deficiencies. and assures,good, and Tiewedrtbe, infant. to haul the cattle from<< here to .Port ::-: ,old stand with. a fall I.&oOIc oEfreeb''' j q, '1'
: tblil'oo"Qtry it is DeVCI'.O cold u ____ r I .' where will be loaded on' ''
absoi. Tampa; they
buoyant health. (They are an ; GROCERIES
; AND FAMItY
andleed'dOfla s
not :
r to requlr* housing lutes peel Ho for"' Indigestion, Kidney ', ';'The Tropical Sun 'regrets" to state the boat*...They were shipped Tuesday ,FANCYW ) : ; be for winter a. the,,
;;!0..bit*,.Improvement morning and it required, .twelve'" cattle 'sn1. ....peet.to11r s)lidii. shire of the pnblhs. .. ,'. '

..grassesonIt at all. 'season In all. ,apd all kindred diseases,. Thy'never In the. condition of Mr. Li A, Wlllson car. to.bold. ; them.-' -, i; ',. ": f ''patronage. . .J'rM.+. d.II.\o, ;. ";all. 'pseo' !ret ,. ". :.\\t.. ;

'this territory the water supply '; never fall to benefit. Send for book: of par who Is critically 111 :*A 'big homedon HasStood the Test,3Yern ", 1i l' the. .' .-.;p. ;t& ;i;,.. J.j ; ... ,.'. Cr
.thentWeatTeia' ticulars.Price per box Wo, If,your Evenla street, and he''fo 'avery ,,sick : }-j;( '<:t "
fails* it" doe* In : *, \ :
forIo/taoe. where herd..mnei..be druggist cannot supply you theywill,' man'.' Hi friends, however'are. still The old, ritfaal. 'Groveaalelse, 66 C"O.YtEn: i ti."CO''LLIEU PR''e':J'5r .,
know what
Chill 1'00'0.' You a retakutg.
receipt of yo > .
believe' that
mile t.o/.taa'I.a.r. prtoe.Addres.Oaggardr hopeful for the beet'' and , .: :
riven many 'in..a
It i* iron abd .qulniii* 1":1. .
> ,."while thousands die of thirst on I : ; Specific" t Co.,. 4'.j his strong constitution. will pill"hintthr9ngb.Pam ;: I ....l..torm.._.No cure. n.O pav.fiOo.. ,-" ,
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lasts, 5a. Bemob Tropical Sun.
way--somethingwholly unknown : _, ViCF ,
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"' Ir1i.1i.1i.SG.Ji.li.liJLJ4.YL1R.f4n! : yon see, !and nothing of-that sort.or, -

Indeed, anything, would ever change: HEINOUS'

i ,o&.., him to me. lIe said all be wished to BUTCHERY

)" know wns'the truth so that be might, i i _
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:j r_ FOR'''NCRI J 81 l least; bare an answer to 'give whenever j Florida

spy of his family asked him about Doings/n.

\ A"IHER.S'! !my. relations': and .Jit he ",found myfotiior r t* > ,4 ManWife, and Children Murdered -

P OIN"14 \ had only been: an honest village .. -1'! if.1JIIo ,.'.." ,, ,<( as ,.
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"' ,IiFJ A ,.I. a9EN Jf mlllor, like :)ffl, Glll t, be should tblnk ..,,r .... -.- .... .... .,!, -w;. ...... .... :!: ... "": .... ... .... .... .... .... ..... .....'* ....I .... . f :They Slept- '
w- .II .... .:uk my; parentage/a; great den I higher thna 1 F

if the Miss Tennnuts', Glfford la too. Waterworks, Company' Held 'Liable. Cotton Slightly Balgwlverag... v

OF nq le -to be ashamed of anything not "Ql far-reaching Importance; 'was the From .reports received by' the. com.; FOUR NEGROES ARRESTED ;
I"I r 111f i' r dishonorable hllt elf.*"1 '. J I*.decision- Tendered by the ',hate supreme missioner of agriculture from the cotton '

-": ": .,.. x. .,wrylp? o, __ .. : n ,,.Sho .made till*, little,, speech .wU! court In- the ease --of Robert .growing 'counttes of the atate"the" -** ..j-- i .

ANNI& .' .! flushing .cheeks. , and ""wlth-apvldo. piled, Wugge against the ''Tampa0ater condition of the cotton c for 1JKWIs'
-' .. e HONOR:;' confidence in Mobun that smote the., Works
W RD jjenr's heart with a sharp pain. Ills from the circuit court of Hllls- usual average: Early indications showed 'Rooma Were Not Molested and,
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.4P fWX' i (\ *< j. 3.. .. tf thoughts went bnck -to a ttine/flfreen boro Xunty,. ,_ an Increase' of five per cent In Cave the Aiarm. .. ftr M"rde .,
long years before, when he too lisfdbuilt :Magga bad sued the Water Works '
., the acreage of cotton planted this ;', House Was Fired.-
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'W"W i100k"tR"tt1't"1C'' 1rM'k7C'1 'Riie : -,,with the 'same pride, the same
J a M:' ;. .,, Jot 6 "fc"7, : { confidence! !, ton' a like' of Company ,for 2S,000 damages: ; for year, over" last! year's acreage. Later .:.....- I
> +ci!UAPTIU> v 7' G was a great deal,too much enamored sand. foundation I their failure, to,, IIJJVPIr: ,.aum lellt ,t water reports show, how ever, 'a decrease of One*,of the moat horrible tragedies

# j Continued. of Jane's lovely-- face for him to 'and 'pressuro to extinguish the five t per- cent of this acreage' which '
VMohnn Is very young, my'dear Jane; in .the, ."history',of. Rowan County, ,,N.
:Jane, grew' more and more Agitated, entertain any''aerloustmlegMngiastothe fire which destroyed" a two-story brick was caused by1 ,the unusually late

1 ,and'a her confusion1 Ler flowers fell wisdom of his choice; but ;yet a his"But judgments all. on the areone pldaot sided.what In right )Vutiding owned, by. hlta. The case planting season and die scarcity of labor Cv, occurred near Barbers Junction,.

fro i ber'l\and.)1obuAt;; ; them sense that the.world would say-he; was and high minded, Mre Follett.: was decided: against him In the circuit ', The 'average condition of the about forty; miles from Greensboro'Baturdaymorning.

"Po misa'llylng himself' .,WBS ever presentwltlrldm''and "It ty dimculUfor- young''' man to court? but the opinion of the upland. cotton .is 78 per cent. Aver;, Between time hour
M iii me* ToriijouT' > / leJ.cbole'! to t>e thefirst state suproiri court reverses the
: iiViuetMiss ,
; know exactly'what: Is right. Whatever age condition of sea island cotton Is of Land 2 o'clock an unknown
,Grand: orti4lSikalN J '! to'communlcntf"the'liewe to per- eclsion'! of tho' lower court: and holds cent. person.Or'persona
hlnkiihar. nor. their own faults may bi. very young 75 'per The average condition entered
aW of' the home of
't B s whose: good opinion he was
f'teep/lt"/ ,}; 't' .; peopleire, always .uncharitable In their the> -Water. Works Company liable for of the entire crop Is, 77 per oent.- Ike Lyerly.-i a well known .
Jealous He. expatiatedto.such oh farmer,
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..be..I..1'oiiP41ook"'upl.nd ''
Then others. Moliun .damages. 'The opinion is one of avery 'The condition'
crude
Judgments upon present average
Miss Grand's secluded bringing up on > while its occupants were asleep, kill-
/.I"etbllll
( all.ecrt-oftiierinost bas scarcely1' the ,right to pa.* such small number In' which the the state Is and with A
throughout good
fresh;: *t4Innoceat.faca"w; ', be!:. 'grace, her feminine accomplishments ,. ing Mr, Lyerly.; his wife and two of "
sweeping he' docs'uponMr. have held that
condemnation ns courts water works ties "I
exception'of a small number'.oflocations '
her beauty; adding, with an the youngestchildren,- and fatally
t "Mx. Mobun wllKyou.. return It'to, Tennant's pant conduct. companies ore liable for damages to' '
been'
me' *l'lea.e doT" 'air of off-hand humility; that wad ; j -where the rains have wounding a third. "
".. .pteantjo1conceala cartaln _degree-of "jCan any judgment 'bo. too 'sever* property> owners for failure to. supply excessive, the crops are fairly free *. The three
i\ And.'ah ) .ont-Jler han wounded pride -'AndI'am, very; gladto upon dishonesty, ox-discerns tufflclent water to extinguish' tire.t .. from grass: The weather conditionsare
were 'asleep' in the front'
room on
'Vloit:; ptI\, tbeflolrirAJo. e ttourul say' she, I. not ,onJr.; without ,.connections accumulated as 1 do, the thought in dishonor.of money" Abut was" 1 1I hlu,, the cplnlon Mrv Justice Mocker tow' generally favorable, but the first floor,"..there-being'two older

'' ] ;: b t"without mont-y. I'could savee'We there Is barely labor sufficient to care
r.r.--he eaugh@ her bnud-herRwafet '' .daughters sleeping upstairs whwere
:vT'1'< Lynch ,
; "Jane : c.rled11111 ,
be silent ., '
#loneliness; Ibe'Tiour; the jotter not bave borne to OVe'riches 10.mr; I are of the opinion that the defendant for the crops under favorable condi- unmoleated'and awakened the
were
artles4 and looking almost angrilyln by
\. starting up .
wife lUoTworunn Svonts any! other to ,.."r"enjoying ..,1t does
\ tions. 'The farmers unable to
new of the girl's 'otv'n. mote hAd sorest tlio girl's! race "''"hilt rlgbt have are smoke and flames from; below tbe
"awa' G11foM'r Jnltbru..itenHnl} .cru- confine; than beputy'andrlyoutb: ,andguteeellitd' you to pass these Judgments? Have 1 extensive franchises and .privileges i meet the prices paid": for labo.r In the criminal or criminals having set fire
a
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ples. .Wormyadrantagcit:, I ..worldly & Jane 9r8lld. brought ;you up to take this kind of under Its contract such aa the exclusive phosphate mines and on the turpentine 'to tbo; bouse. The girls'descend-( +

op111qll! wt're',1ntllnglblt', and ,afar; fleet her wantof birth-her want, anthorlty upon yourself? You-you! right!: to have special taxes .levied and'vegetable farms., alid"this ed the stairs te awaken their father

'tbt'8fI'beautlfuJ ,pCnIet:.Jip.a.trertWtng rather of all knowledge of her; parents Child for for A on the property of the 'cltlz ns condition naturally tends to preventthe
f and"of hew' surviving relationgalledGifford pray ,, humility-pray and mother. On reaching their room
so clt
\ 'Jnncu. more tban"toe' chose"lo spirit that; can enter Into. be temptations i planting: or large acreages. they beheld their father and mother
"I: 'and presentrnnQ"tbe< ebnrrete.Father of others. Yea Into"th r worst streets with its mains and hydrant, I Florida cotton la entirely' free from and the three youngest children lyingon
"Y'than the abstraet1 apt'to' be'powerful\ acknowledges It wooldhave.delightedhim Into'their blackest sine""Aunie I the right to charge tolls and regulate ,
to find out, either upon ber fath temptations- I the boll weevil and ao far as known the bed their heads crushed and
over far .a't stronger natures" than Qlffordltfobgp's er's'or mol her'. side, some one prosperous can you be really angry with the use of water, not .to mention others i the crop U free from rust and natural their' faces badly disfigured.
twenty-one. -relation me? Twos only speaking for Glfford./ has' assumed the public duty of diseases. '
some Indisputably re-, The two'older daughters, Mary;
"Jarer I only ald Gifford would not coreto.- furnishing water for ext'/ngulalilng
\"GIrord1"( epect ble-nnme, that could -bo held inreserve and Addle, aged 18 and 1C,' respective.ly .
r.. bear what my father was so that he Ores according to the terms of its'
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as a sort of piece de resistance State Rifle Competition.
idoubt'if managed to carry the dead bodies
t anywhere save/Jn mildest
: was only an honest, upright man. Oh, contract aud that for negligence in
\ ,.-ioma tee, a declaration 'of>enl passion: against the most stubborn Inquiries'of auntie, I feel much too happy now to Tbe marksmen will soon get In from the house and extinguished the
Intlmat friends. And the blank: reticence .the discharge: of this duty; whereby
? readiness for the state rifle cpmpetl- 'flames. 'to'the
: Then
;.wasever prefaced by; the word., 1ilove'yon be uncharitable to one." they ran nearest
any;
7 ." Verbal confession'belongs both' of )IIIS Lynch and the The simple, unsuspecting words, the the fire: department, adequately equipped tlon which will be held at the 'range neighbor, W. B. Darners, and fold the -

.to'a much calmer and more retrospee vicar,.-whenever the subject of Jane's Irresistible Joyous voice melted all and prepared was .not furnished in St. Augustine beginning on August story ot the awful tragedy.

_ .>:rtrve _!'lte. feeHng- ;! ,. iiTanCTr.VClfj; family was mentioned,:had already inthal'Arat"WeeCot Miss' Lynch's brief harshness, If that with water according to the contract the 16th. There being no officers -of the law

I,'tord,". What more was there for Mo- life engagement be- Indeed could be called harshness, which and'the' property of the property owner The range has been greatly Improved available, R. R. Mlllikln, train dispatcher

linn t# ask or"for b.n; totelll,,,:> S?" Clifford comenu"ilctual Mohun's. aniliabldlng. thorn Jd I was but another form of her Intense was on nccount of such negligence since last year it bas been on duty at that hour, was notified

The time: wtnf.by-; pad ther'n.wllt ''11 Is(ery.'natural'feellngof flesh. J itI' *of Glfford's and ;yearnhig pity over the poor'child's in furnishing water, destroyed .it. Is i doubled In width to Insure more convenience and promptly wired the news

not Sir. T.nnant-lllt whose willing ,". sald ol.... Ignorance soon to be replaced fordever liable to him for tbo damages; Buffered In skirmish shooting and has to the sheriff at Salisbury who started
Jane'asoft J-It!
Jiand Glfford bad reposed,tha adminla5 ; In an'-actionof: tort. Wte are fur
by the bitterest knowledge. .
'' often seems strong,,to myself that I ; been.considerably lengthened. Before at once tothe. scene with bis
rtnty' department 9t,,'be.ballr omt -T: Bhorild;oe'-actuairy1 without a *relatl6nlntbe.worMnnd'I'cnn't "May; God keep you happy, my timer of the opinion' that the declaration the shoot Is held the ground on either bloodhounds and a posre of armed

.; )In, Tenn'ant;sore!wearied bytbp.. )ie ; wonder that 'child she whispered; and she kissed ,sufficiently allege: the tort, that t'.oe of the range will cleared off men. Bloodhounds were -also sent
4 conraglrig"nature of :ler task saw her, not with one of the little affectionsshe lt was not amenable co the demurrer,
.dance he -ebltUld'' Hke+to'hear"a little-more to make .: suitable camp wound. \Vlnston-Salem to assist in tho f
aftet"dank"paN"away."jinrtnerotter generally remembered to put on I and thai the circuit Judge erred In
partner en.la about my' parents ,Auntie, are yon The occasion will bring together all pursuit of the murderers.

'by.her tyro 'smiling "ed't ten'momentarily(for ?they,. her
that tb r'e'li to hear about them both? bad used to kiss at the cost of tbe defendant In,
can mile arid dance on, these tender : to her the various competitions. Both :and well-connected. and it fa .Inconceivable '
first
when Jane was given
,'innocent Tlcllm! {'T'n.' helr fllrest' What 1Va8pamma ,mftldt'n name? I God strengthen error and the cause "remanded forfurther mcn"had officers will .be. eligible and that pny'one should have had ? ,
\ charge. May yon "
; moment'{defeat), andj;.Ult.the ic-nf have never *.enh'l1rd" that; and I am through all ;you; will'bave to bearr'! '. proceed*' If Is expected that upwards of .ono anything agalnnt him or his family.

.'hnmaa being |In JtbeliiiiS.." worth tearIng -: tWl'ntYJyean off ale. '"1 feel very strong, auntie. It seems hundred will enter for the events. The Three negro men and a negro wom
She slttlngwth) /
> was Miss and
9 foes-the one for whom .thoae London Lynch to me to-night as It the very worst Ha. Ful! Authority Condemn. riflemen will establish camp fH the an-George E. Erwin, Jack Dllllngham
the vicar In the
*, ,.dresses. those;' -wreaths, those little darkening bay windowof sufferings of life must have come "hap 'In view of the crusade that the range/: and will always be on hand for and Mitchell ,Graham and his wife--

smile bad 1>een got ready-tbe belr to left'them'their'' after parlor tea to-attend Glfford to having. pin PI' i tn them. When you see my state health omcer instituted practice.tho preliminaries and finally were soon arrested and put In Jail at ,

'Tattoo-did not return,' 'The spirits btu business tbat reaulred'his ,some at face again to-morrow :you will know at against unwholesome''' meat, fruit and the chief events. Salisbury on. suspicion of complicity -

Mrs,,and tbe )11. Tennahts-in com- tlje house of one of bis tenant preserve farmers once bow much you' have underratedmy "vegetables, the fallowing opinion of Tbe officers of the-state militia. will In the case t

mon with ttios* of most other mothers "Don't think I 'an Inquisitive', auntie, moral courageI feel that I shall the attorney of the state board of hold their convention In St.-August.lne Later the prisoners were! removedto

and daughters there presentwere not ''or that I :wish to'heat; 4 word more bear bravely all UN Clltbcro has.to tell health will. be of. general Interest:, nt'the.aamo time tbatthe ridecompetitions .. tbe Charlotte Jail. for safe, keep

,raised when,.Just before supper Mr. than you like to.tell me. I only; feel 1 me and be able-though, I must say, "Section 'C59 ,of the Revised'Btat.- are'ln progress so ther ,wlll ing. There was nothing to Indicate a.

.Mohon very flushed came and back; .wtthJane' but'Grand, Call ord would like It better If we spoke that will be harder-to tell it again to utea (1$92)) imposes a s: n.Jt1"of six be a military; air about the Ancient lynching, Salisburyr: but, the_aherif

.; lookingupon his subdued arm'1"; "Neither happy a little- more freely''about:' papa 'and Gifford on ay return. 'Had: I not bet months' Imprisonment or $200, fine on City: for a week or longer; thought best to ,move the prisoners.The

waspublk memma" '- '[17" > ', -: ter: see about that Indian muslin .in 'any 'persoD. who knowingly; sells any coroner's jury, Saturday night\
confidence\ at .heightened
(the warmth with blclt'lle rushed off by And she stole her l1"nd..l In ber gentlo, 'can't town;be auntie bought? LJMIss anywhere Brown.but says atone; it kind., of. diseased, ,:,corrupted: : or'.;;unwholesome I"* . child-like -round her old friend's provisions., whether, meat '. '"*.' -'" ,
whether or 'jfj-j'-'T-r--
-to escort; the member' wife to way ;; The question of not St. on te.'t :
sttoper '
leavingJane to sliare'Follett'i'dtten-! . neck.r, ': '1 Vy: :? , '. ,. .,;1;' .:<> ,:\ house should in have the time city; ,to, and led,there I dare when say; we we 'or!'' 'drink,"'withoutmaking.: ; ; the' same' Johns'County will.bond for good roadsIs ';,'-1, .1 ii ,' i : i j

tion with Miss Lynch. ', t> 'Janer* and Hiss Lynch's. voice haTe done with Mr., Cllthero." .fully known to-'thfl' bu'er. '' :: 'agitating/ the minds ofmany ...citizens THAW.'FIRES'HI8"- -LAWYERS.. ,

Did h* not contrive*that she-should sounded so harsh that Jane drew away "Rule 27 of the state board of healthprovides.that at present. Several months ago -...:.. .
.tron..f.motlon and.she
alt exactly; opposite,him,at;the centra in an Instant. "Jane, no one will- ever The moved. could( not was no decayed or diseased'or the St. Johns County Business Men's Prisoner Would Not Consent to I Insanity -:(;
to-night)
strongly render
; tableT Jane' Grand at a. centra table! bo contented this I1femthwllat, I ipbest' "Miss; Lynch wholly"callous to domestic talhted meat fowl' fish fruit or League began the campaign for good Plea aa Bole Defense.- _
,Wa there not something unmistakable for them to tnowand yon and ehall be brought Into, landed '
Interests. After all, Jane might vegetables roads and enthused nearly all.of the Harry .Thaw baa dismissed the law
In h|.;tone a4ie reached. across. to her Mr, Jfobun are lkft the rest! 'TIs partof take tbe history of ber birthright more kept .sold or. offered for sale at prominent citizens. The board ot county firm ',of Black; ,O4cott. Gruber ItBonynge i

mod said.IAll. : the Inherltlnce of our fallen nature, Calmly than they hoped for; Gifford 'any poit, harbor city or town of this commissioners' were requested to in a fit* of anger,,,.and that

chicken. ": ..r(Grand. ," let me help ;yon to some, childof Eve's curiosity our, fallen you.and natnrel I would Bat not for be Mohnn might; take It nobly; -though her .tate;,aD any,such diseased, decayed take the matter under considerationand firm; will mot defend the young Pitts-"

sank she of him_ tainted meat, fowl, fish, fruit 'or .
}Vas there' not triumph. which 'eT.n the poor; slnful' miserable creatures courage as thought 01. then call an election for bondi g burger.
.. her we are now."' at all events there was no harm in letting ;vegetables, kept In, brought Into'or Accordingly a road committee was appointed The dismissal came It Is laId M
perfidy could not
flnJsbed dlsilmuI" -
I" ate,"'la: the glance; with which she .'E"e'. curiosity; made her transgress the poor child taka"a pattern It landed at any city harbor port cr and It has recently, made Its the culmination of a number of arguments

", looked up and answered a commandment, auntie., Gfford'and: I might distract her thoughts to tare a town of this state shall. be. .Imme' report. The committee's report will Thaw has bad with various' : 'e

:..l ." hank )'ou,.Mr...MoUunr I think IsVfc do no wrong In wishing' to'know-what commission to fulfill, and It certainlywas 'dlately destroyed etc have' a tendency; to- tbrpw damper members ofttoelaw_ '- firm- over th* 's
'curtaln'
id',ratter-BaTe wme-jrfSyTTiiss: all,people of our age should know-tbeblitory'6f"m"y ,a sin 'to buy; Dew when "Section 2704, of the Revised Statutes on the good roads movement the question of insanity; as a'defense.
c::
-
own'deid" father- two yards end c halt of tbe original also 'provides for the Thaw is said 'to
Instinctive gloom like that which "anamother (1893) reason that the commissioners estimate I rim the boss,

';iwlthout/tanglble, cause, Is frequently and the names of my living. relations musllnw 1d,_ replace the shabby Impaneling of a Jury ot-twelve householders th 'tost of construction nat ex- have declared. "And I will not stand
the window Beat < maketbewhole
length by an 1.
'known to' oYe 'take. the political' If.I have .n)." sat lock equal to new..Greatly _. to Inquire into tliitxlstenCG horbltant figures. Borne. of the" road for the- insanity; plea".....the prisonerw r
J financial ''World-a "You believe you would be happier, of 'any nuisance ",hie!!. t"nde to the
..y feeling that the knowing ; to the relief of the vicar who ; they claim, will coat about $3.000 a. added 1
"amewal' np, an, unknown Ignoble tbl., im'nfe< annoyance of' citizens In mile while other sections 'will cost -
had all the of
a very re- R
repugnanca
*
'. enemy already; la possession of tbe ''I don't think It Is a question of happiness fined and rather .sc3sh' nature to wit 'general, or II' manifestlyniurlous' much more.. WORK OF CHINESE .PIRATES. ;

r Held,'overcame tbe wholo female pod: auntie Oink It due to Gifford -log libs to the public health and safety', andprovides ---:.-. -
De' cnytbIJ3 scene-
: .a cspe-
'
.t. tlon, of"Glfford's guests: .for even tbe that; be should be told. dally a ccopo la7fclch.. women. WereactorsgreaUy.to that the order' of the .Jury The Buckman bill has again made British Steamer Attacked and AmerC' '
"That Is the right of lx>klng at I '
4youngeet'married; woman, with Infant way the .relief of tbe. may be executed summarily bye the the state! supreme can Missionary Killed.Advicesfrom .
its:.Us.appearance .
!
It .
,daughters,. sympathetic depression In ; Jane, said the vlcnr! ,'_"It la due to
dried the sheriff )1l1IItable Hong Kong state that
vicar, Jlis3')Lyr.ch's" tears fl.1I courL An appeal 'was luude from.the
Mohan. been
seeing a poor fellow like-Glfford'wino- I have Baying; 110 to MissLynch '
,, t tartly throw.himself for some days past 'There must prospect cf matcbl; : ; tho Indian muslin injunction restraining the removal of the British', steamer Samara- was attacked

Tbe'danclngafter supper away was slack.T be-there can be-no further concealment rose, Witt ccmulatlvo: clearness, upcn. A most liberal premium will be offered the equipment of the university from by Chinese pirates:;at a point

No one wanted to keep their carriage from him; above ,all, be must her hind; acd/ ee: ) fcr\her recurrence this year by omcslsof the atate 'Lake City to Galnesvlllo, granted: F. fifty miles from Wu Chow. Rev Mr.

,'.. waltlnir..ten minutes longer than It wasoriginally have nothing new to learn, when you was uaCe-to: the Inevitable and blnc'Stomorrow : fair at Tampa for the best.arrangedand B. Moodle and others. M. Stripling MacDonald was, shot and\ killed. The

ordered; and the general are his wife." save In arranging! by what moatappropriately' decorated on behalf of Mr. Moodie made a mo- captain of the steamer was' badly

.temper and spirit of families as they 'And' thinking, this/ --+" stammered. ho train should they call shcnlci round cp,In and hits at posy what chafe tcur: county booth.. 'Tbls Is an Innovationover tion to. dismiss the appeal which wasdented wounded. A Chinese passenger also r

;'t.drove, back to, their homes, were the poor' Miss Lynch, nervously. Miss Grand.-; ._ . the plan of last year,' when uo by; the court. Wr.. Hampton, .was killed. MacDonald and his wife,
tor
,/reverse of those genial and lively l ones -Thinking this,'! the vicar repeated, Ett whca:: Kr. Follett bad lest them prize"was' provided for the'excellence representing the board ot control are. stationed at "Wo. Chow In the interests : J

,In which,, some four or five bourn prev. In his quiet voice, "we' bate'written to alcne, June, herself, renewed the cuj- of decoration or ,_ arrangements of made a motion to advance the appealout of the Wesleyan Missionary ;4P

'. 'lonely; they had entered. the first gates your guardian,' dear: Jane 1 ur i Joint Ject.. booths. Another new feature which of Ita usual order of argument. Society '

..; of Patton Park. guardian with "Miffs' Lynch: Mr. will be Introducedthia year is the This the court also denied.
\ And Jane Cllthero, telling him 'of your engagement : "Why did 1012't'tclde so suddenly; (
Grand! Through the dull,
proposed selection and publication :of One hundred and fifty- ,dissatisfied
to ..MobunJ, about ny got rg to town, auntie? And PUE.a'PUR8UE M'PHERSON
i monotonoa ,
days through the
aleepI"w..r the judges ::111 'the several departmentsIn workmen, who- bad been brought to "
w. \, .nights', from which. Jane 'And' be 181.r'broke'ln lane, eag- why did :you let Gifford leave without '*. -
:bas looked back. to the,*hprt-ll ved seat ery. .. telling bin I should. be;?a way. fix a advance thus obviating the difficulty Pensacola by the Louisville an4''Naahv111e ' Young. Man Kills Knoxvlll Citizen '
homo all to-morrow He will thin it arising and dissatisfaction resulting railroad to work upon :the '
,
!,_ SOD of her Joy she bas often strivento I It. says, ;Jane, that it was your latetatber' and Fatally Wounds Sh.rlff..
1 so strange -when be calls as usual and from the selection of judges wharves were sent' to their' homes
,
i\f recall tbe wl.h"-tlle words seemed to .
sensation of those, Intensely John McPherson, aged 24, Isa fu
:; ly happy hours that succeeded her first come unwillingly from .the.Vlcar'. lips"yonr \ finds me gone", during the progress 'of the .fair as the past week by the company. The gltfve 'from Justlcei with two posses

knowledge Of Mobnn's.love for her. father's wish that.'on. attaining Deprived of the vicar's moral support was the-case, last year. . men were from Kentucky, Georgia and wltb'the'mul'ode
nlm
charged
pursuing: <
o! 'v 8trl"en., but In vain. 8he> can 're"member the age of twenty-one, or on your ,. and Suddenly brought; back to Ohio, and had been promised return ..of Grant Smith a torme'r'' .merchant -1i ,, I

.r tbe throngs :>f' facet, ,the marrying, whichever event should first think of tbe coming-evil, Miss Lyncb'3nervousness : In a dispute over a shovel} In the transportation If they; were not- satisfied. of Knoxville; Tenn:,' and the

4 i'.lights, -muster-can" remember themoment happen.. yon should hear-bear of'subjects' was so great .that she 'railroad yards at Petersburg' Sid Two coaches were placed upon
fatal
could scarcely speak.: She faltered out wpundlng of Deputy Sheriff; Wil
when Gifford lingered after be connected with 'your parents'llves.from ; Khourl,. mechanic, employedby the wharf and all told who were dis
'r ,had his, M:.., ( own something about not having.clearly; understood ney liam'WUlker, who attempted to. arrest
Cllthero's
. f .placed her> In the carriage and the; Atlantic' Coast Llne railroad. satisfied to cet'Into the coach. This '
mouth.*. :' Mrv. Cllthero's letter .till, the him. McPherson shot and killed'r
lion':; inss Lynch talked on nnwearledi company with about three
the
'stabbed bJ911eJb leaves
.Aty'andbowtbe; "Weil," 2 vicar bad read It to her; and then-and was seriously; Smith In tile houle'of a woman named #

\i/. grave; sad thoughtful: vicar was asthey/ singularly drove; "We have appointed that you should then-bow they; bad t olrlbt'U'betterto Washington,' a, >locomotive fireman. hundred .men who are well. ..aU.1Iedwltb' Nettle Hall, apparently. ..without provo.
by the loss the work and conditions. Other '
weakened
discussionwhatever Khourl. though .
bare no before ,
. 4ti so. We bavp'flxcd.that should' cation,
wrly rhome'through tbe. dim '
dayMbreak
( ; Mohnn It him attacked his assailant with nuen.wlll be secured to take'the places' >
of the overshadowed skimmer take you! np to London to-morrow- Mr. would spare a of blood, r r
", day's painful ''.to baveno Ice axe, and killed him.. of those .who left. ,' .. .
Unw., Bat-all bMldes:the color the and-that ;you,shall see Mr. Cllthero, suspense aa a
farmthe; passionate essence of.those ;Jane wad-; quit silent for a moment; knowledge "of Jane's business In Lon- DYNAMITE. WHELMS THREE,
, few then' aba broke Into a laugh-a low dOD until bee return-until all was in a. shooting 'affrayollowlng .a : '' the*" "- ,
v best;boars,of< her vxlstence.. M ..... 'Yowellwand Ferris, .pf t
:'SWA laugh like a chilfl's-half tearful; halt overt! twelTe"mJlea.ealt..of : Evidences That, Explosion Was.RJsuliT'of l
will nee be a blank to bet drunken frolic, Ocala .Reporter Star; have'.organized
.';' ;,; ,--- merrri but that Ml Uke lead on both of "AunU,."* i exclaimed -Jane, 'raising ann'W.N, Donaldson. a"Tampa "' Well Ual ld"T,Ploy* -i
Kar
\ i ber !listeners', hearts."Shall '.. '_ her clear"serious eyes toMiss Lynch'sface a sto men ,
"_ CBAPTu "vi.: I' I T of :"I to hear more stock dealer,. shot Walter, JJlcholds- aaPle ea.' A
I tell TOO what think you' ; ,, am to-morrow' under' the .title of the' Reporter-Star three'ethers fatally Injuresand

Me'engagement), w s' 'an0Uahe4 1ceom; -yes, of you.Miss Lynch, and yon Mr. tban I expect:: Tell It to me now.. } the,-shoulder; and,his son. Rosa Nlch-, Publishing Company. ''Tha ,capital others fatally 'several
) fact;; MIU'. 't iK* aaeoanced It Follett! you.arevtaktngall:: ,this up a Could bear It best from ;you.". 'then shot and injured and several 1.'I
J_.)et saaail".'world o<: vWage. gossips; great deal 'wore seriously; than Gjlfford '"You are>to bear,;of your father, .ads, In ,the leg.' He! stock, if, placed. at .ten thousand, 'dollars Others, badly hurt., by a'' dynamite ax,

view Annonncett''tt.... tae Wgher slid I'Wfll ever do.-',I can quit guess ;Ja;t-of'' Ma life -and of his death.-- II klJte4 himself.. Ting Kirkland. and' his j ,. The new"' 'tslmeans, that more plosion which! ,early .Friday .wreckeda

all'08ll wham > 'Ckaaced this great aWiret' I' am hot\ ft",lady by was nU wish that Mrv,Clltbero'should brother,had a,' fle'f bght'just before,the capital. '! 'and. better. 'tacllljie'to be shaa ;y' ,- In tbe McLaughlin stone t'i-

e; Gifford Mohuta took 'apecial birth.*'X.'''I J.. -to-4aT to 43>ttord, and tell 'this to'you-bs last wshlliiurel7 tshooting: Tbe ..trouble took!; place ,'at quarries.'ft Be'llwobdVa short. distangso- :j jt?; "

f.tt announce It bteself to half heTold'me b .WCluI4 not mliid.! because. yon/would: not go against tbaU )tht home of Walter'NlchoWs1. and was added tb., "present. .plant of theReporterataiv northwest of.Chicago, / 0" '.f

,la' ** o-p .'' btcause. ha car*! for fine for .'wyself, \I., !'(To be'...CoDU.aUQ4.., > !" ";"{"!J.. caUaed.I tit;.I i4alleged!" 1:;ealou.r" ?., .! ,'/",1(; There are 'evidences ,tda! ] tb.' -- ,'I 1.q'5',. "
. 'A" i' 0'1'' x14}.-,: : : ...,r :, ..1.:1V': "'" r.;' :;,. '.."" 4Iv' ''\picnicswas'I tb.'ruglt1 f Ot'' 'a::'Plot.J l .
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Visited 'Upon .Guatemala's : Guatemala and..SaivacJer'May' GeorylaFHouse of',Representatives.Approval .. i NIMtee Mert'JfaW+ I . I

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-Troops by.Salvador.Army. Mw\ ....- ',Hae'Rea1Littl'War: ; .: ... hUd .; ,-r'.b.w: --d: I 1 ?i1njoCaraina: ?" SNOW


.by the Georgia house of. representatives :.t+ .i.f i-
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:TWO THOUSAND" .SLAIN FIGHTING ONTHE_ BORDER ," Monday1 ;jusfbefore the*adjournment I ON'CH RGE"'OF' CYNCHING,
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> of the morning sesstonf" '.. Tote I .. ,
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'' "I _ Of 125.to. a.'The bill was par-Nwith: t.t.l'
e4 Bloody. Fracas J In Pigmy Republics to .: .
With -
Bo .Stopped By United tate.. 40,000 Troops; Avillabi..Guste. PU\\ material amendment, ,uch'amendment -' psnfenclanta Aooused: yf. Murterff. r?.'

male Seems to Hold Key to the ,being-recommend-- ; :y.: Johnson V? '
t Our, Good Offices Wlcom-; asjt receive -- White Man-fttlff <,1' .
Situation Uncle Sam.May :ed .by its author,. It 'is assured of Charge U Delivered fey the' "
4:: > ed By Both Sides. A SURE CORECURED
.
as"
Act the
Peacemaker passage la senate, Inasmuch asIt ) .
.. Is Identical In Its' terms PresidingJudge ,
""with a U UI

,According to a ,lcClI' of Sunday A cablegram rec lved-at: the state bill introduced "in that body a.< few X .special jirml of f.Union county, ...... nc..

from San Salvador Saturday night days age a 1& 'the Joint act .of-.twenty -
department in North AN' Atms.mc.tb
Washington Carolina
Friday superior [joourtJoonvened : : t :stop.' IriYNkri

,the Salvadorean army again'attacked' from Minister Merry, at San Salvador,:' three The senators.Perry amendment, 'confining to at, Monroe, {!Monday, .for': the a 4;;drives out PaID. - .. '..ubdr.sIStAaaima8on ... -

i ,the Guatemalan forces at Platanar states Jhat fighting la proceeding on eight hours a day the employment of trial. ,of the following! ;alleged riynohrs"of -. PENETRATES the Pone leoiens IM'F.e.its -n..... premote.

and obtained k victory' over them the border line between Guatemala children under 16 years of age, was John V.Johnson at Wadesboro a free ciraulatkn of the Blood, 1Im.r.thllll .1IMIee utiIan.I

The Guatemalans suffered'a a lose .0% and Salvador, and also that Guatemalan lost by a vote of 01 ayes to 70 noes. on May 1<<111'! 'elastJdty

2tDOO mea in 'killed wounded 'an d, troops '''nave1' crossed the line 'Messrs. Alexander'of DeKalb, Corington John McLaurln. Tom Adams,. Zeke '.

'prisoners.,' of Colqultt, ,judge, Perry of HalL Lewis Joe "
;
into Honduras. This latter Is understood Meaoham. 07d. (X :
and others, urged the passage of the
Nlearsuga to Remain Neutral. to .be* part of the Guatemalan Bowman John ,Jones Diner Dunn, OF PARALYSIS
amendment as wise and-humane,,,
f.M! 5 to reply to a request, for a statement attack: on. the fugitives of Regalado' Mr. Covlngton,. la, explaining his Lester' Johnson John "Wf. .Nevlns.! B." ; '

as' to the truth'or after tha F. Timmons OttU Martin Fred Dunn,. VT. 8.: Bailey. f. O.Trae.,Texas.'writes f '"My,
falsity of reports army } leader was killed.onThursday. vote; said tbe time was not far distant wife
May Oulledffe, Lewis. Adams, Jim had been snfierlns five year with paralysis in +<5
; that 'Nacaragua h,,'' .llted In when children Over 16" yearn. I Swlnk, Frank Graham; WIU| O. .Dunn, her-arm: when I was persuaded to us* 'Bharda

the :war against Guatemala, the Asso: From those, advice the. impression1s and children under 16 -years would dill A. Novina and Will .TOow.: Snow Liniment, which effected a complete cure. I'
I
.' given in Washington that Presi ,not work :over eight hours In' .' day, I r Judge Thomas. J. have also used it for old sores, frost .bites and skis 3 "
dent -() btOI& of Guatemala laws: Shaw presided.When atvptions. .It does the work".
lowing .statement from President.'Ze- holds the or no law which sentiment was the had .
Jury "
'called
Jaya: ' key1 to,, the' situation, and.the question greeted with wild applause. ; .been jnto JEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRICB. ALWAYS' IMCO
the box and biB honor had put the . REFUSEIIL&, ;.. .
"Nicaragua has been la. and of war or peace depends upon the The, prlnclple"features' of the. :.bill usual questions \ SUBSnTWTt

remain. neutral -rill, Muccesa of the eortlwhlcb the state are* shown in the following extracts: Shaw said auto. taxes.''etc.. Judge. THREE;SIZES: rice sac a4 $I.OO :',

,t Signed.) "ZHUAYA."'. "department I. now making' to', Induce" That from an, after the- approvalof 'It. In' a :matter of common knowledge BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT' CO.
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ul1tEmala".lth., strongarmy.haa. him to forego attacking either' ,Sa.1vad6r""oif"Honduras' 1- this 'act, no child under ten years 'gentlemen ,ST. LOUIS U. S. A." ,*
that this; Is a ape'
', ;; ; l"
.l Invaded Honduras and Salvador .and "In retaliation for- -of-age-shall be.employed..or''aUoweg -.claCier.m.or.: courts called for .trlal'' :.' "Y ., tV.
,th. .
Battles are being fought in both'' the part played In the attempted revolution to labor 'in ,or about'aDY factory of citizens 'of Anson
by 'the 'Salvador J troops manufacturing'establishment county 'charged .
troops ; or
countries. Guatemalan Ore advancing within
with lynching. It of SOLD AND RKCOFojrj
any youpave' ,aT
; ; ND.
S In Honduras. under Regalado. Th
'i American Diplomats at Work.A Tn'Tormed'that'' Cabrer. 'ha. gathered -. That on 'and,after January 11907. formed and.. expressed .an 'opinion.' as Shle 'at'/'ROBERSON;S" DRUQ ,
to the 'guilt or Innocence of the defendants .. ,,STORE.
.
Panama special say'.: United -a' force of no ..1.than .forty no :child under twelve'rears of, ago, bold hands.". f ; It. __ "_'_ "
\ up :your
{ .States Ministers Coombs, at Guate thousand men:under arms., shall be so' employed or allowed to Two jurors '" ,. "
were excused and- the
mala" At the Instance the state department labor, unless such child be'
City, and Kerry at San Salvajflor an orphan Judge continued '
:
have 'approached respectively, the, navy department cabled to and has no other means Df support r r KISSI'MMEE'\1
"The reason ,1 have asked these '
Presidents Comnvander Mulligan of the Marble- unless widowed mother 1
Cabrera and Escalon In an or / a '
questions,
gentlemen Is
endeavor to' re-establish pOlIce between head 'at'Panama to'proceed Immediately or Jan.aged.. or disabled, father; is newspaper'reports that, from '

t Guatemala: to La Llbertad- the coast dependent' the labor'' of such I learn that parties
and Salvador. PresidentCabrera upon ,have been
in'this .
county seekingto IVEE ROUTBTIEAM1tR
informed Mr. Coombs'that of Salvador to''safeguard American Child. ; ;,
mould ,
public opinion either
j he is willing to enter into negotiations Interests: She could arrive at that port That on and after! January ''1, 1908, or against the defendants,, and I wantto for ,

for peace provided the United Friday or Saturday. There is no other no child under fourteen years of'age
know -If any of '''you gentlemen MLLIB. STEAMER'' RO8BADA.
Slates government Will guarantee American warships within 2.500'milesof hall be employed or allowed to laborIn hare hewn approached on -the sub Captain Clay J9hnson, 8r. Captain Clay.Jpbnspn: ,, Jr.
the of trouble
scene so the Mar '
that further hosUiltiea'agdnstGuatemala or about any factory,or manufacturing '
? ject. ..Regularv'eekly trips to Basslnger ."*d return. Roseada leaves':
wilt blehead may have to divide her time establishment within this ..tatebetween' .
cease between Salvadorean1 and Guatemalan In :charging the grand jury ,Judge aee Tuesday morning, and arrives{t1 Isslmme Vriday evening.Special'Charter ...
d Assistant (Secretary of State Bacon, tho hours of 7 p. m. and .
porky ... p haw said:, Trip to Lake Okeec>obee and Fort Urera on tbsj.!
Saturday cabled Instructions' to 6 a. m.That '
on cablegram '> _"There is no reason why:'we should Oomfortable accommodation'for pastengers.. Rates reasonable*
the .
; Messrs. Coombs and Merry to renew During day a ''W'' on 'and after January 1, 1908; deal with this The most picturesque'Wftterwsy In '
r question wlthglovedhands. florids
received at:: the state department from
to establish -DO. hlld under fourteen years of .
'effort permanentpeace
their age ''
For
'I had Just as weir face It Passenger'and; Ynlght'Batdiapply. to
Mr. Brown of the .
secretary legation .
between Guatemala and Sal! hall be employed or allowed to laborIn
; ,,
.quArel The. charges against .these CLAT JOHNSON Ba.,Pro
at Guatemala City. He reports eol1"UDued -
or about factory'.or manufacturing
vador. Ctonte any mon overshadows all the other charges On board "Lill!.," KAaaltameer
fighting
Honduras Not Involved. near PequetIn establishment within this state, '
on tb.. docket, and. don't know'
The.following dispatch has been received the neighborhood of' the'place unless he or she can write his or her what el..I, on the docket. . ,

'' by .the Associated Press at 'where Regalado.was killed. .The. &ggre.slVe name and simple -sentences and:shall ."
U& emphasised then the oath they :
attitude of'Salvador .toward have attended school for .If". --1'J." > 'f'
V New York from President Bonllla. of three had taken and elucidated the crimeof v /
Honduras: i ., Guatemala was.; Mr.T Brown says, really months each year until each child .

I "Honduras has cot declared war. on account of the personal. acts of shall have passed the public 'school perjury. 'The' only escape for the 2h'.r '
guilty''men Is
through perjury. So Idleness
.
Guatemala Invaded territory without Regalado'a troops. Consequently his ago six weeks of which 'school at. of 1
help him God. he declared to .the.jury. ,
previous declaration death has removed' the 'principal obstacle .tendU<'O'thall be consecutive.. .

{ "BONILLA.' to the restoration! of peace. That it ball, be Unlawful for anyowner If 'justice' should miscarry In I
Signed.) this case. h. (the judge) would not ]2'akesapoor
Minister Merry at San Salvador : Chafe
superintendent, agent
T Uncle Sam Intervenes.A or any ,
1 be responsible for It., He described
Washington dispatch Both also sent a cablegram to the"department 'other person acting for or In behalf .
says, .
Salvador 'the lynchers of Johnson as a mob-of "
Guatemala and Salvador' have accepted Hating that was quite of any factory or ;manufacturing es
coward and satirized their claim to
: the tender of the good offices of willing to cease' hostilities, but .complained tablishment: hire or employ any good citizenship he' warned the S1s"+1/a/ ">Mrs J' G. Phelps Jto***.1;
the attitude ; jury '\f
against aggressive there > ;
child unless Is first
-r this government looking- a settle providedand against Improper influences and said .NONNN... JjCP of the hardship of the worMaels"c
Guatemala.
r' of placed on file in the office of ..
In- ,
ment' of their differences. This
:
that the Issue here drawn Z' on the fact that
Guatemala.. was clearly they are obttgphot'merely to sup
'to Arms
Call by'
formation Is conveyed in official dispatches ; such employer an affidavit' signed by between law and lawlessness and that ,'., own families. but to oontrilHit wbethar.they will or \
hostilities_ have taken
received at the state department Fresh .. place .the parent, guardian'or person .stand- s:', t" of ocfcaf
Inva.lon'of the the men.who participated ID.th.f mob M aooport :ftiuMML wkft "ltv e la I
harder. '
the
'' Sunday: from the American diplomatic on The- tag In parental'relation; thereto"cer : losary' Ute . tit .. .. .
; the Salvadorean 1 are guilty,of murder tn the first de- : asps .. ...... .., .

r representatives in Guatemala "is country by be ::troops'' of tifying to.the'ageand. ; date,of birth tree." .'', ', ..' .' -,-. 'T"r: ; '". ., t. .'M.- ... ___, ..... .. UIta fact
declaration'
considered to' a 'of such child and other facts, required ,' .......
and Salvador announcing that the WIth wot'WagpIII b tf ... ..,
War. Is accepted by official 'd.-. the conclusion of the; charge ...... .... :# r.t-m-wua.:
two belligerent countries .have availed war. la this ,act-: the grand jury retired to consider .to' .trt.... sad .........( to

themselves of the tender of, the cree. The country.has! been placed un- Any 'person knowingly furaUhlng a the indictment against the' red and;to that craving for larger Juetto*'.wntoh
.der martial law and there Is a general alleged the '" '"
good office of the United States looking false affidavit as to. .the age, or as soclallsto| programme.. V '
lynchers.At
;i to their approaching each otherin call to'' arms .in Guatemala.STEELTRUST to any other_.facts _required. _by this the afternoon session four true /The working woman sees, or at least feels, that excessive toil on

a conference having: in. view an act, shall be deemed guilty or a misdemeanor bills returned aud would be unn< one no.
were '
adjustment of their"dlfl.r'DC8I.; the IS .FAVORED. and on conviction thereof ed. and If waste prevailed less widely. Excessive hours of toll and <
five J considered. Motion
bill cases >elag
:
cessation of hostilities and',the brine- -, shall ,,be punished as prescribed in craving for relaxation and refreshment lead naturally to the seekingor <

.l. Ing about of peace, Combine Gets Its Slice In Award of section 1039 of. .the penal code of Georgia and to quash and the indictment declsfon"ieserved was made. ) recreation after the day's 'work is done, and conditions under which'i'gaiety
argued "
It is elated that while both (Nate. Armor Plate Contract. 1895. and recreation can be had by the average working girl In our.. .li
Both sides representedby able
are '
male and Salvador have accepted in Secretary' Bonaparte of the navy That the affidavit and certificates Ie.are, far from conducive to the highest standards.of Irving..
? attorneys, and .it is evident that the
t"' principle the proposition for a'peace department announced Friday that the required In .this act shall be open to case will be' fought hard. The trial Many troubles are caused to the less serious minded working girls I Inatura

conference, the question of arbitration Carnegie and Bethlehem steel ''companies Inspection by the/grand 'Juries of In : ), though foolish attempts to imitate the habits and dresaof tbossP
U being held Union .county, hay'lag
io 'would be a subject of future consldratlon will be given the contract for 'aDcollnt7'. where suchHfaetorf or i live and dress extravagantly, Money'needed for the relief and aid of a

t the armor of one of the' hew-.16.000 manufacturing establishments are'lo. been removed. from AD IOn,occur-' the neighbor or for food or dotting for a younger brother or sister is often M

The
,,J ;;American situation were forwarded by' the MJdvale Steel ;company In That any person, or agentJorrep; red ...f'oRO"'D \, one the rich.of vanity, and Train prompted. . by the extravagance: osteafc'

.. ;R to th. i>r.iU nt at Ortcr': .:'. by, their bid. The contract for the armor' resentative.. of ;'any"firm or. corpora- 'PON8IBLE. ya: ;
HELD R Tb.orklnc'woman '
/fating Secretary of State Bacon, who, :tor the other: tt1ellhlr"'III'-1O-1 tothe tlon'"who-snail violate:auy prarisloa . ., . L knows thai there Is no true*charity except:

Is In.charae'of. the state'department Mldvale company. :The Carnegie of this alt. hall be deemed guilty: r ,- --. .;;;; ;;; ';.;;:;: ticra.: teSrSw-iyapatltt: ;.d:d-lIlztSthC =r=":l.tbT',C..ff'LZ1 LIL
: ,
4 share'equally .Fast Running. Caused! Big Wreck i as there is true understanding of and ,,-
personal'needs JTeelrngsT"
t affairs during the abserite of Secretary and Bethlehem companies are to 0-misdemeanor. and on conviction .. .
Root the contract given to,them. shall be punished as prescribed! in Salisbury. England. ., respecting working women would rather so without asking for, aid of any 1
The coroner's Jury investigating the until they are half .ta" .and half frozen than doles of 1 ha1"d.d kiI
. It was stated that the next ..teplooklnlJ' The Carnegie and Bethlehem convpanlM section 1039 of the, penal code of accept the ..
controlled by'thesteel cause of the, wreck of the Plymouth ed men in high places or by the doles of ostentation. .
to negotiations Isthe which are Georgia, 1893.,
peace Express! at Salisbury England.. Jul7'1.Te.ulUnlr . Even 'when charitable societies seek In as kind a manner as tbeJ'how
} fixing of the time and place for.:the trust put In much higher bids Any parent, guardian or' other:'person '
.to
in the death of twentysevenpersona provide relief for,tho.. genuinely in need the'methods: which
meeting 'of conferees 'and that whilethe.e than the MJdvale company, which is standing in parental relation"to a:
sometimes
found that the disaster was pursue to ascertain the reality! ;of. the need are> most harmful
M.
matters being determined an Independent concern. Charles child, who shall hire or place for
are This
.
caused by too hlcb'a rate,,of speed.. prevailing distinction that .Is commonly madebetwsen"wofhr
the American diplomatic representatives Schwab went-to Washington after the employment'or- labor In 6r about any Counsel for the Lsndon and Southwestern "unworthy applicants for'relief Is most mistaken and unfortunate.' ',No i '
t Guatemala and Salvador will bids were announced in the Interest of factory' or manufacturing establishment or is
In woman so
I railroad announced 'that the degraded as to be unworthy! of aid to ai better and worthier !
mediums .though which cont- the trust armor pluta.'Congress pro within this' state, 'a child in violation ; The relief must '
_ be the railway accepted full responsibility for be.suited to the sufferer: but relief of the' ri bi'kind
/munlcatlons will be exchanged. Thl "adedthat the contract should be,let ,' of. any provision of this. act never.be withheld. ., -2 SSf
the accident and all legal
procedure may. consume" some time.WRIT to the 'lowest responsible' bidder. shall be deemed "guiltyof a misde s.FOMENT' the consequeno. - ......U.....*. ..........-... ......' -

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... FERTILIZER MEN LOSE. OUT.. meanor. J, .' r;
ROSE.
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ERROR FOR
REPORTED IN BRAZIL.; :r f
.REAPPORTION M ENT_ ,ASKED.; I
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r 'Decision of Court at Richmond lsAgainst''Them. '? How to
Judge
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Case ef Kansas'City' Mayor Goes to 'Gov.rnor'urges' ;Convict 'Fund 'for I The .nau'rventa Start: Insurr.ctlon'and .... /J. '"

United States Supreme Court. ...
. AV, W. Rose, mayor of Kansas City In the Virginla-CtrOlina'Chemical' New' Georgia Counties. .Fearful Carnage" Results.. 4 RaUroctd Securities

Kana., has 'been granted a writ of Company_ case, at Richmond .Va., ;, Governor Terrell., has forwarded to The London'I' '. correspondent
..J del denied the writ:of habeas y .
uda. .
;.error by Justice Brewer' of the supreme the legislature a special message urging at ,Lisbon says'that: the .insurrection Alexander D. '
corpus,, thus sustaining Judge R ad- .By 'Jfoyc
.
,' court of the United States \. legislation whereby the new Georgia 'In Matto, :Orosso. Brazil, la swellingto ,' 't, ., :-

k I -. "which reverses the 'decision,,' of ,the dill ,, counties created at the, last'session huge proportions. The =NNSNN N' studying a railway,report;the inoome'aeoamt and the '
Me. representing tbe'Vlrginia insurgents.It .
Kansas i supreme court, and .tl).. Its : Tlnsley, : ofthe, general assembly1 may se ance-sheet are. the principal,, sad. to the .....,...

judgment in fining Mayor Rose 11,000 defendants' was remanded to'the.tuetody"of cure'an 'apportionment :of the educational is reported have organized 'a large i the only guides..".'The Income account -whether' ,n

And demanding that. he relinquish-his the marshal.' Judge; fund arising from convict' hire. army and are-.marchlng on Rio Janeiro 11. quarterly, semi-annual or annual gives gross 'eamii

1 once.t Waddlll's decision .was that the'caseshould' The law:goveralngthe; distribution, and already have captured'.several 4'.eorating' expenses,, dividends (If say),- and 'surplus, I

;Mayor Rose will ''continue to per- be tried In the Jurisdictionof .of'the convict hire'..became' a, statuteIn cities. General Rlberoe with 40,000 ..... times. a report'of this nature,' taken by itself' ; wiirt

form.his''duties as mayor until the the Tennessee court w ere 'the indictments :1904 and provided the'apporUon-' federal troops, has been neat againstthe i i' real story of the company's...condttlon; more,ott.D

:\r case It acted i'upon, and It Is believed wore brought !'ment of.the fund for five years.Therewas revolutionists. Fearful carnage is ........ not,, because railways have their fat .eaaIa..aDd

i his tel'l1l. of. omce will expire betors .Notice of an appeal"to' the supreme no:provision for(the distribution reported and the' killed 'are said to ,seasons. A'railway whose,business is 1ara.17'.madeelOT7'IDc

that court-of the United 'Btatea was given be already more than 4,000. grain'.will; how: up best'ia'OctoberNovember and December,
,
court decides,, the :case.SALVADOR.GENERAL of .the fund. in the new counties. the
M harvesting ever and the.wheat'oOr'.com or'oats'Mtove. freely'to i

KILLED.Fornnv I IMPURE, MEATS CONDEMNED. -. ." WINS. DECISION., Such a 'road may shew, in Its report for?the quarter ending. September

":, STANDARD OIL'ENTRAPPED., -. its dividend was not earned i yet many earn so great a surplus over dt

< prl.Id.nt Health .inspectors at Philadelphia Court Refuses to' .Appoint- in the ensuing quarter that the pree.dJne.de4Ctt: win .be far-more thugs

: Rcpublfo Falls. '"Clean"Out Cold ''Storage' Plant- .Moody Thinks Me-kas'8utticitnt Evidence for HIs Hotel. Receive good. So, also.manyraade; incur so large, exaeaiaaa.frjfcn heavy aa
In "Praota With Guatemalans.Regalado ( Against the dead of/winter.. aatDbat the
Inspectors the bureau of :health : Octopus.Baging ap greatbulkof poII.earnbap;
.Judge Thomas B. Busklrk '
fonner',presl nv Of'Sa'J.* at Philadelphia' Wednesday concludedthe his opinion: tipon the teal.monye.alrvady' :.: I Ind. JODda7..u.Wned the; at.PaolL. seaaone w1U compensate: .u a rule',;the best way to make such altq
third '
vador .and the leader of Salvadorean section''of
) condemnation and destruction : submitted 'to''the ,fed to compare the statement with the: same'period's Mswlto lajftlii two ;
.
,, I the 'dmurfeP.of the :FrenchLick'Springs'and '
:; troop. In ,the- present conflict 'withOuntenuUa years. la the abnormXI lncldnts/ such 'as' a*.T.at
eral xraod '
of. 33,000 'Pounds' of'Impure' meats ,Jury of the Cleveland.. Ohio '
West Baden ,,Hotelcompanies
was tri'battle Thurs, comparison shows the tendency of the fcvstnees. ; nee
(
killed ,.:I does not
found in the cold ..storage'plants of district. Attorney General believes "
Moony -
: I. vthe '
..! 'T day,.The 'anneruncemenr.tof( his death ; against 'quo- warranto permanent ,tendencies short crop of-wheat or corn IJa tv_
the Delaware Freezing ,company; The 'that the.,government. has ,at of the state for a temporary'receiverange. less grain for road in district
reached the state department through I every the, to carry and., rurtnermore I
stint was'"cartedaway, ; ; as fast'' asit. last secured the evidence which will i temporary injunction1" ;against money in the hands of farm cooMaumiUee to in
dispatch from, United;States KIn:, use buying; man
ia :was''condemned: ,{'and. turbedoyer; to lead to bringing; the standard. 011 com I gambling,at the resorts Which the
,, railway to
JsteV' tbsjm. Yet
,
Merry, at'8ai i eilvadori; ' expocts carry'to ,the next year
v 4
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17 i1 ., ; l' a fertlllzlatplant. of 1'1'" 1\ '1 1k15 panto; ,Its knees. // 'tr ''Ii', .I' j -f "bumper',bs h'Mt.ncr'AU&IIU& w'I .' "; ,
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"Weretrrat. to sea wrote the editor<<
tartte. of the,You Bet Warbler\ ; 'Ioba.wble '

our reader* belle ...u.,'eompeteot ,to :

h.. ,. .. settle DM Chln M question,' persuade :: : :
...'BLJUQtII.; KVUY....WAY. -.. IULAI'D.e.plt.al Invest In .Flaplaolc "
Gulch. give a sure ,curs for hollow .
Office..i-'V.': .n." \f izot4.. .' ,, Bulldtng.r .. hero and tH'widow Jenkln's rdl- "S'u" 'm: "m' I :
BiMM... U BOI 'COUNTYFLArr. 'beaded daughter whrther she is In ItI..1) 'e. "r"Ooods

., -:: :-_ !''.: ". .. ... ., dude..,,,,,' Bud from Jackson the Fork.-w...r that re. ''Ue-d''blt'I'1' t ,

a 'Editor .
.. ;. HAR1tl aa0 Prop'f. '
{ .. ihsf.' after all" this our .. "
bavD".dOrh/ oonfld.nos'10 our ttnanclal I,
.I' i I ....MWHalam mcgr ........Uttar ability to oooaslonallr entrust a '.. I ..... s.
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g.t UM psergash?? '< few dollars with u*. But If they" don't .. \ '
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''All .err....."'"-'" '..__ uvercom*'the said lack: of oonfldenoatough j.' I .
1tr .._. 10 ..............=: to let a few pesos-roll our wa, .. .
.,+ real - .... -
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will --
!r..rats.e t. and that pretty pi'ODtoot our soul J
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tw.1M .P.ss.a.drl..lr.a
a eltbhaw..Pl >. for lack of a body 10Newspaperdom. wear. .
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PTIONRTES'!: ioopy.ena I"':: RefrigeratorsFreezers : ''t' "

yaari.\ .. .. -. .,.... .tl.SeOOa The following from the Ooala Star v-;' .' o.
.opy.aix monHw.r..a.p.. ,,;. ..;?. ta I will be read wltli coosiderabi.Interestespecially ._ I., i :" '
:_r.araaanoaha..,. ..,. .. II .
r '' '''''' by the newspaper'fraternityc .
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, Florida: 'tumors are rife among <: .
.' Friday, July. 20,1000., those posted that owing to the deplorable . : r t ,
physical condition ol Edltor-io- .
f
Chief George W. Wilson of.the Times- i
d \ Union and his Inability to perform "
.The; North Carol llna Federal oftSoe* the duties of his responsible'and t tying : : : '

,, .,)'"holders Diet"' aDd oave> Taffy cooked-for 1908.\a program' of. for his position recovery and with that measures very little are hope on Coolers : : : ;: 1 .
I I ICanopies
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1\\ eTampaTribunethe' foot to select a suitable man to lake. : ; .
*;' According his place The name most Prominently > : ; "'/ -( "S'T' A'NF"O'RD. ,
fr latest.. aspirantfor gubernatorial suggested for the position Us none :0'f, : ; "
.boron !I. J kid ye Horace C. Gordon, oft other than Frank Harris, of the Ocala ,
': that city. Banner, Tn the wide range of selection . ., ''n
r : : '
. and of the many suitable persons :. : : :, \yi .
', K. 1"t 'The hot 'weather and the'congress tbat may be found In the Stale for the 'f' ?\ ; + :
honor know of none who would CARSON
got on the presidential nerve, but the we '.
Democrats were quite cool and com bring to that position greater, or more : '
,
t' talents and the work
ri.fortable, thank you. preparatlon.for able and bril- .
than our own honored, Hammocks -
=* costly liant newspaper mad. While) nore regret : GRAVES :
-Trust products 'are to the cltlsees more sincerely than the Star the -

and cheap tohe foreigners. misfortune that have overtaken Mr. ,
'j' .Wb, not revise the tariff that pro Wilson; and earnestly extend the hope .
; ,teot the trusta and even things up.' that he may be eventually restored to Baseball Goods "
.1", 'f4 ,, T 7't -*' .. .. Q
: -y -; i. - --- -- i j health aDd'u..flllne. yet la the
:t4'Tbe. Beef Trust and the rallrb'ads are change, that seems likely to occur there . '
pointing with pride to the record of la oo man to whom the honor will come HARDWARE COMPANY. :

Congress,, and the President agrees more gracefully than to Mr. Harris .
4'' with them. so everyone. should be sat.. and for whom the people of_ his own .
isfied.. -' t community would be more .unanimous _
for the selection." Baby
Carriages
Trust magnate Schwab has: Just lost .
.o much money gambling at Monte Americanizing Our'Immigrants."Only ( '
'Carlo that he will have to reconsider .
the,women who have come In _
sr his determination. to run for Senator 1 ..
close contact with our would-be' cltlens .
.. Jn N.vada. writes Miss Elizabeth Howard .
..i I Westwood foreign 'LINE -
concerning women BIG .
Mayor FrecUer has announced that Immigrants In the New Idea Woman'a
1' :'he Is !'determined. to run the devil out Magazine for August "understand the .
of Tampa,'* The mayor evidentlyhas wide gulf between ,having a home 9 .
'unlimited confidence In his. ability Jx4o > working In America
' even playing #
things' and being" an American woman. For Harness and Saddles /

... ,..' r-- Cur' future rltloens settle, not as sin. ,
.. The' President, has given Senator gle pioneers, but in battalions.>> Oncea .
'1' Baverldge. the credit for the meat Inspection pioneer .has reported favorably of ," \
'. bill but CoDifresBman)\ Wads the opportunities of a district a European : -'. t

worth and the packers. knocked. ,down Tillage essiRraleft en masse" . ;T- :
i* til* persimmons. and settling together bringing customs .. - _ i.
,..: Iprlests, teachers., tell I..book.: ,
,Senator Glklos says Americans do with them,' bid fair toshut out everything -

'' not know how to distribute. wealth but American but American wages." """' ''''''' '''
> After the campaign Is over, In West "His all verywell ,1''for'' u.." the 3TOTICE_

Virginia this fall, be will dlsooTer be writer contlnstes, *Uo throw wide open C. A. CARSON,. ..........t. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. ,
has, done bU share of distribution.. the gates of Castle Harden and to allow f
she downtrodden and unfortunateof At.iwiOM ...iuoo..With Board of Ooanty; Com a rfo".; .of OeeaU C i- .NoSwithetandingthe: thatConnty Europe to warm. to, thousands by rend and :4d daya'" .10111.4. D.1."./. the Tu fli.minnl tat 1MM wu.euaaud l and Uifullowlnr
rsis ............ l.- tYOWNRY. *
Hotter Will. Bryan of Jacksonville. the. day a Million by the year. But

__sjt his ease against the toe trust In '",- become*cur duty, more for our !
that oliy his efforts hare' evidently own lakes oe"'eo.t.h.D for theirs, to see Waters & Carson Grocery Go.

'!borne fruit; ss It Is now announced by to it that they" become citizens In 'or a 1'1 II .
> the manufacturer that there will be a reality 4s vrell ... In nc.ttie." It. appears I. DEBCRII'TION lAND i j -Wbol.Ni.a.dRsl.IID.al.raia: -+
( fot of 50 per cent In the retail price of that the ,public school, the vacation .
school the public IlKrary' and '. '
.' l I the settlements of various kinds are ..... Lea AH a.. .i of ...',: ......... ...' .............. S3! .H5a BS. 40 $ 'O'U O GROCE.R"I'ES
Cha.Ca.phdl.-n.w .w4otn.\4! \ .. .. ,......... ........ .. :M Moo' Wla: 4O M 100 ,
newspaper toward
e i .Is the law book Tor doing uuoh assimilating; the W. H. Iowa.awkmL nwU.I............ ........ .. 1oY... S8. 40 340 .'" .Y 4
I Indolent, a sermon 'ort.be vhonjrbts diverse elements of the country but WH Savage ...,.< '_S'of .J.\, ..... .. !01 ZM Ma 20 60 80 I I'i
concerning immigrants ..... .. .wK.1,5.w. .., .'.. .15 ZM B8a 180 -
a library for. the poor and anadalsher thegrown women H. H. t'.rW. + Bali > y- .160
.... l . .' .-..' ., _. .. .. JI6. 4\l. ,.J 1UO l
; : Va Ha
J B..XrambU .s. : ,
!< for ,the 'lawless. It may there seems to be little. hope.It ". .W.K. Gaol.... ..... .. no-Of;T:.,. .i.. ....... 1, ....1....?.. 4oat.. IWa 40 351 4'W f' ___._ COUNTY AGENTS FUll _
i the most Indifferent I bit U Is asi unfortunate pathetic' fact, H.G. Ha.tnIIBea.\ 476ch w na cor Lat t,'r. YL00L c"w
not be published without oort and says Mire Westwood, "that a large 16.I-\ch..n'III.II014 cir,. JA 25o .......-r U K S0., to, 100 800 Y 1 C KATES *
'i free to subscribers, JTbt. Is noI'ttiWcnt'e proK rUon of our would-be CtI.1HD'.Im W.3.Brbrr.-., .Lbot..Kdn.K ..... ... :. 17 Ilia .;JOe( a?) 1UO WUIK $ II.A I Celebrated Fertilizers $
O.UrHW. .,:. ... ,size -14 and.'" 01 .Id at ". swKof '
come ms arowawomen, never! learn ae"of rwU! and _t. a... aTi of .wit IS If.. ROe S10 1000 1MX)) s 'dRAiN
. .1' ovr language and until they die are a.w.n,0- .... .. ...'..ot.nw\.4.nd1l.4ot.\ ." "'n.'...:. 19 Vta ere SO 140 MOZ E T C.. .

i summer solirtW at I1or&Oi'8N in a foreign land. __ S..C.U.BartiaJ. Partia.B. ..... .... ..:... .D/1/ faat 14 of M", and."Hof_)4 of aaW ,36: *. W e 40 IOX" 1600 i. ....;... Circular and Price ..._,_ _

star Uay has commenced on qnfte 40LnwKandwkof..i4.1..00acca. J5 2601 Asa 40 .. TOO 1000 1'.4. Application a
iiuous plan'One' of the olit f LI.IG C Ttao..r\, ,..- :.o! ,,1.'t8Qa 801.l, $J, W .. / '
corps .4ofoot/of IJ'r
.3of.w34.ofo( l.ooI Je1.v ,, ,R .' +
H. Do Lblp,;' ac ( '01 w r V' $
,res, and body-guard ImooVedand'blacked .... T.'f' .c.. ,\. ..l.\\""' agd',, ...01 17'..... t.:, .r.rmr -_.- n1Nal. .;'-.IiIa*?T 5O.i et'2"0'500 i "":' .' "' ." v ' ,' .' I "
an eye of norrap4t"' r,who' was authorised God k..a mr lIh.a Nltalrht. ' ;.< ,11// & 8. Ubbr"aA 1Mr.a:; .I" 01.. loam. I' of war rr 4 J3O" i a snap sfeot.'of the President.i .WilUa the world w clow. ,,.1\ .\t7,y..!{I."., ;q V E .I,,B.r .I."' Fr, 'w' ''',of a tot I nreg*''a .1-( ,' F r'* ,"'"';,'.' r"11II.\< .85., ., 40.14: ,:: }tf, ** louo ; \

i greatness ,guarded<< by rnfflans. AUuJaAakM.'thatbufTxth brightWYaw.r "; All_..... complaint.to tnali, upon tin aMonday. >..... rataa, will be heard hafora the Board aa i
I .. Amelia 6. 1Wt.t. 10 o'clock\ In Lb.I_ Ooia.aa.try Produce
nay o : : a. Spola.lty. '
''!'beldea of Federal regulation' of gr.adrd ..JI aI'd. -' E. E. LESLXY. cwL .. ; .
lues has been advanced farther God__mjJU..s IUtt.song'Th Law.l'n,- fir W, JOHNSTON.: :: ; D.CI i / 4N.1NAK

i over before but the people' ) have tco fW the....: e NMti1MN N""", """" """, NN Ntia
f>Idtl nothing, while the StateOT- Thai lutfftM. vtlMra tjjIeot.l have lost Immensely. The ,Aad l-nliil. 'thl.ilnnr glad: .' ''t. '

Hoof' Roonevelt' Ilao empire, God wanta tag AA a tUO*utaffWlMtooa ATLANTIC "

r different. from the L'Unlon;" and UM weak may...... i'T i . LiNiSj'JFLO;
t.a'.A i are degenerating, Into mere i .TIoat..ha&h..th..u.. I wN. THE THROUGH CAR .: >

>Ti.oes. ; -- I May aw mf .....h'-..... ; : : 1
"f y ": ''j "ey< .. ',.
?Il owe' publishing an God .....ja.,lids little byre' Co A.' CARSON: 'i/ 'JOHN. 'M. tEe,. 'N' B. CARBOY, I 10; ,"
oewspiperaare I .. ....... ..... . Ca.1tUr, CSOMMEOTIOtMl .
llaged declaration, by Hon J. W, Ot tMMtmaaa. and.praiM, . """ 14..t.. ..'
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Tavteon t.b"1ft will not beswandldatespeaker .., Of faith that a. *r waxMhdM. "' I Over l Its Rails '
..ot .:t.be house, but thetA'lDetJu.liloli '..alllJa. ........*._, State Batik of rKis iitiinee, : I ToEas't' Richmond own and to Savannah Charleston. I
Washington thehce : :
: fAr lacks au horltlveafiraiatrfJb .. ,.&A So".IL". Via Penn- ..
and may ,be' merely" a "i KissimmeeFla.. .. 1 ALL A ML, T .sylVanla Railway. __._ ..
___'Ie device of that distinguished Why' Not .
ITO
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.! --."' 'WestVia. Montgomery) and 4s Nashville
''ntJ ...opponents i to defeat him. Louisville
"-St.,,Aiigu.tfne maD.! i I.t.cord. . After all the VfiUabaloo: : the.'Jstck-- .; . ,"IUD UP CAPITAL.....' .. .,................ f SO OOO OO I the and "Dixie Flyer Route": Via Atlanta '
...\fa! ,-'ao u.Uird" the .1-1 -- 'u I .. ,
: s > *-j. rf alleged rSTCKhOLDERSLIABILITY.Jt! ., ....".. 6000000 tothe Via Savannah .,
'administration' never "dlstha Mow' trust,." and Solicitor: Bryan failed A CVttn Steamkhlp Company, for
a E
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iDBROSlTOIrS! ! tWRITY r..J. .J. too OOO OO as York Philadelphia Boston )
_i ',filthy, condition rff the.iatabliehments at lobe vital point of his criMade.Tb . w "" n ,I. tl' Wd' via Norfolk:
New
"ice trust" and th"ijeef trust"proteculions t-- r to YorkVMhlnrton and ,
>, although ,
( Promptend Careful Attention .tV" -.to all matter, on.ra. Savannah aDd Merchans and Miners TraDipiri '
to rs were paying for nearly Instituted by tlie ,, able .
',the nd Inspectors, what guaranty. young solicitor of Duva) may how- crai.t 4 io exchange Rood .at.aril .points at cheapest. Via Steamship.-- j ..tuition Co., for Baltimore and Philadelphia .', ,

.e' that with more money and fever, prove a very .effecttve, ,openJog- I rates.JOHN. . a Business, SOLICITED.. Key West andHavana. .. Via Peninsular &
men the Agricultural Depart.wlllget gun In a orospoettoe campaign for YOUR } Occidental Steamship. '

f bus and keep the"pack lruvt'rDOt'0' : : ': .. .. . .r Company.
'boues In wholesome eoildltlon.dutiite In this day and ale jaotblnif.ia more Rote of the eriebrated' . .ra...... New York do FtOrld" .. '
: potent IrrKainiu the attention of 'the N, I. LimitedChiago florid. Lilli Ild.. slid 1)1x10IifUt.. .CI..I' Plorida. roY d, We"' )ale, ,,
i Brewer Is rather previous ,fntvlnjr public than irrasplnff the sword of the

_ Secretary Taft credit "f'for law and attacking, the citadel .1' the Quickest Schedules

ding the country safety through thefcaoiea colorations. . ',t -- _. '" . Superior Service
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oftbePblltpplnesltuatloa." Folic smashed tho."hoodie trust; Porlufuralatosutorai..rhednlaetreonultthe. !
; Philippine tariff; bill and, other" and became J governor of Missouri.. .J O. KhUCLAN 1,101011 Pu..nll&r Purple 0101"1'. 01' rolhmanieeawns'
< )palled laws for the Island are.still\ ..LnFollette coda' full tilt at the railroads B. STETSON'UNIVERSITY W..l.. C. RAM, : l'anenwer. Aeent 1......"... Nau.oer F.mpo Yin..wllmlnor'.n.
i the pigeon holes of the Senate and and'didn't e b.eck# his trey 'steed N''c.
use committee) in spite of all the ef- until be 'landed 'to the V41ited, States ,POB, COLLEGES AND PIPE TECHNICAL C1IO.LS.. ,
l of Taft and the President Per- Senate< 'FL RIDA. Always Remember the Pull Name "
..DELANO ,. -
i Judge Brewer is a standpatter Our own. 'F,+ecIter' pop-nned..tSe .
"lye* 'In letting things drift water. company and became mayor "' of Arf1IJATED WITH THE UMIVERSITY OK1' CHICAGO. '

a .- r _.. of' .Tampa.' .* >. 'COLtBOd!'OF LIBBV.4I ART i.-TK -.Tbe Brooksvllle Argus, one the And why "nnt.Bryan of Dural, .
may
.eairatlwlir >.-fro* both Slataoa sod Chlca o.' SM tb Chleaso and SUUoalCMV
irt rionnty papers In Florida.: offers while pulverizing Ice trust arid :: .
)u:following timely advice ,Now .. naaklDK hash out"'of ;the meat, trust, COLLBOB Ol tAH' '-'Ocadaata.. of. lsbolkt.anadmltt.dto" prmellM, tew. la Florida wlthouCOLl. ,. '

good time| '0. encourage local! Kradualljr edge| his! way toward Tallahassee _in.tlon..BUB OP TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL' Of 'MBC" A"IC A.T.<. MatlianloaL Civil Cures a Cold in One : .'r
log-houses and bomeoold storage.. ?-Tampa. Tribune.. Etetrteall"V enel.0ingadMuu3Tralolneeomye: i.dlagtod.t oos' ttansam, IJuUd _. Costly:: Day, Grip in Two.

ore tbe farmers In'your section 10 -Your- Liver COLLEGE OP*BUIINEBS.-Aanklog la all Ita brs .hea... "Bookkwtplac by beat mathnda.Shorthand ; "
t up lard meat and butter to sup- f ,
ai>4 TypawriUaa' Sduetiv.souroop.m nelb.rdpsrtnnsot. LargsTaculti and oom. 1
the entire local market. The good ,Is out of order ';You' go to' bed .la' ,''a ' --. 1 t8. 4; '
1 smoke houses and trying kettles bad humor and get up with a bad taste modB'P'fClty AAD5MY.-OnaduaGprpant" toe ..;' :."...... Yala. Priaoatx Ournall.Mlchli.n. Plir *ii Bos. 23c, .

mid again be In evidence ,all over la your mouth. You want somethingto NORMAL' Chicago" AND and MODEL all ant SCHOOL-<..s Collaaraa.:I. KledarvartaS t j la; Ita' own buHdtna; ''Z prim."" 'and,
.
ilaod., Them' prosperous farmers stimulate your liver. Just try Her- Grammar School aaparata.blildia*. Thaaa School aapaoially r._ Public Schaal teaa......... 'Has' Stood
B good health of all classes will, al- bins the liver regulator.- positivecure MtJIIC.hot.t..h'! cHOOL.-A flaooo 'pip'araaa- a ,'doaaa. Blaaaa'aeoarata buJWinar.J'. lanra I..a,. . The Test 25 YearsGrovels I

> be In evidence." for( Constipation, Dyspepsia and ARrSCHOOL.-N.w0tudln., Costly wb..mcd.l..te. _, f .' .
f.. ; all liver complaints., Airs. 'F-.IX Stataon baa a faculty of 411 profaaaon Thar hobo taa Unhranltjr atChloavn. ] "
we assume that to f.mtly consists Worth..Texa', writes;, Harrard. YaK Dartmouth. :.::1.D"W: : Punt will.. Bowdoln. Utracht.Backnall. .
t, r average of .are persons. It will "'Haveuiod: Herblne In 'tny' familyor'ye Unlvaralty; of..ichl..... Oranlaon" aal: other iralvaraltlaa. 'Tb... .... __* *.. , ,
tar the United> Statesi .lag and aqulpmaatt aaarly a quartar million dollar anHoarmant:an andowad Hbrarr af oilppitnUnss -
family .
ry ( rs.. Words can't express .what _.a:a baa..Uful..pe1. with costly f antlalilBTat. !Including atalaad slaaa wlad_.." 7 .:.
,i.pay-the debts coatracted by I think about ''It-: Fverybody In ray IH.OUU pipe cream a Gymnasium with eompUta apparataw aa ancloaad. AthMia Yield, canning
....1.,0.0'' ', Cougress, Con Household are happy, and welt sod _II._ .baaahall diamond and ..-w........ baddaa awimmlna anlf. towing and othar ipnrt

,.-?prlat.f'4'a"ulII"e.qual,, to we owe U to Heroine.. Sold, OjrOobersoo's aoparata buiAling.f!and: blolosr: or wen:aavaral and woman lana nuaauma Ian larca and laboratoriaa. shops. ; alaatria fur Chamlatry.Ua-bta. aiaatri{Phyaiea balla., eact.okglMinsr.1n steam haat.aantaat Tasteless Chill T6iicNorCnreNoPay. :

.Mr''ASDlla iOU the, $ .OOO.OOO pharmacy '. ," walks shall soda broad ....._ aoaeknia' sampan. abrubbary and traaa; ...... tltaranr. mualeal > '
t \t tikia oouoicyj ,:n was not a and othar itudanta*dabai star lantura aouraaat ChrlaUaa.4 oat aaotariaa $..hlne. Tha IamUon .
taxi but an .-Indirect Instd- Pin an ttempUolrald'; b blind tiger< la .beautiful.....,..ealthful.and tba axpaaaaa ara few.rpr .. I _,-
ThA et'tarlff. and : .InternalLfaUt at Lake Helen Sheriff Turner, of Vo- '. .gtaJop. T.wti tW..and 1aI_.... ed.s-the Pnsld.at ,' 5Q cents..
; *q....ITaltit! In it* 'roper.. lusia county ,wan, aooldootally ,shot M. '
to a poll off.:about; M3 through the letk Jung bjoo. 1of bis . ; LINCOLN HULLEV, 'A.. ,' Ph. D., Work
4ait !In the COd4t.P1.R 'jT dRLNest ' .11 '\ / ": 'DBLAND'PLA.: Job Featlyand Promptly
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Klsslmmee YanG GazcttoTBLBPHONB '. 'Whtte, 84arLaun&p.rm: 'I- ,. B1czy.. : ;,.Dry ff.* at:*>_."..* .... UK "Usssfire's- SMc fIf It .'

.. NO. ItgUBLiaHBD / %'oet b l"," 'If ,.you 'wMtl', ':* 1.00; .All-llKt>r dl) w.s'' tioi>st at ;X&\II.... 'Nvgtwors:Bt.WMttMtVEac < Orlando! Flal.: 'July 17.UXW..

I \ straw" hat 101'.&oc"at Beam's. See' BtanfordV new 'llo* of M III; \Rm.rt.d ) sli ) .The Reporter Star.. ..-. .
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brella : '
EVBEZ ,t'K1D.iy. 'See &those Elite Photos. i f0l'15Ocea" 'Your paper of July 14tb.oontalDd a
'ST' r sbLaooaster'sSt.udlo. 'W.AK -Oroat WesUra TaUOrlrl f I' ....................... ollpplBg from the Klaslmme* Valley P,:
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W. B.! ..MA mm_. . .. ,Co., >ai>f>ana''s' .:. '. ..l rod ''MieorlaingClsi: still tb. rui- OaaettA-ln which that particular paper
1 QuIte a number 'of KUatrameeiteswill ; .tall p400'. tf ...It.be tfieorlea'tbe 'tiI&t 01.... that the, }ttlsslmnw Ball Club
attend Miami's celebration\ the .A.Il kId..f: 'plcturniosldlag at; quit tk*> gaoaa on acoount'of. unfair decision
Official W.atitsyB.! .ut* rt on minds of oak pewDle I are ha bund
1bom"! .I .,, of tts maptrej. > her tbe
25th,, with end,27th. :' fUnt
'wltk-are ID thts
coootrv
....... rup.t.w.-w.u iBvWaiae 4...... put praoUoa
I Shirt'" ..kt.r60..1t .;;>o..'400 while wilt be if not tie irartfeq spot at !.*.. wolra-wan to say aword_ U regard
1tTaSDV: 4nly It'Mia. _" A few straw. hat* left, will-close 'out to tbe Kisvlfarae.. and 01-1..... team:
lat. -Daon.. he water of the world. Meanwhile
1 what !I. left at less than. bsUf! price, at they : at spout Orlando sad KlaclmmM miiussu. bat.*
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this cherished (I.
,.... laJU" Dano'a. : Stanford ...m..11 It yds, 4nis* developing remarkable:baby proportions c rapidly la Satifordon' July *tb, tb. gasp* was

- Ou'r 5 and lOo counter ars fullof biff regard to the umpire-and t.be Klsoiwe
Friday..........,.. MSH n values. Come and inspect) them. Capt.-C. 'M. ..Erasure left ',Ht l'da71! its (fatherloves* too.- relate that the .. "
.... 71T .. for old tlsne\ aaedo.. of tb brilliantsuooets.lt bore thought nmpm was
.laiaf'CI.o'; .. Bargain Store. ; a visit' to Palm//Beach and ( ...
Snndaj HS. 'T Mla.mL.1 the thing.; ,Wtwi'l3eoaus.) libel
bave.obl.eci
.. "Monday: (..< ..,::: 91*4 ? Phone jour wants, we,4o I the irunnlng. ;Fine ..Jersey mllcb >oow for sal. and Passa* ancestors lt.mir.ttt. toother. ha., won tbe game;. The Orlando boys "
1'ue.d.1.,,.g. In WE!. AIM
; Apply tolA.U. Burbeau. were defeated
nn ,
Wdn..dsy. 9'.1 I consulted the. Soothsayers and astrtrlogers a'lalr. square. 1'.0"
Thurxlik*. ...... 111 J". bis-entire'lot; ( and WOk their .lite men', and ; .
KJSSWMSB.. Dam CaMP4,". '\ 8 aafo..d- losout then tunned'la to root and boast for ,
< .of-ira.bats!, at.half prioe. tf Naught, good bas thus far been _rVvealed ,>
i. *. ampsoM. r. M, It you know an Item of new .dori't and .ur democratic rooster. Is KUalmmee against Hanford. Klsslm- .
J -_ fall tocsll u* up or send U -in. We Capt.. Monroe Mathews, of Orlande, putting his best bvtes In practice anticipating mee had won half of the honors and to delight you -w 1th ,the
Our rates for Insertion of advertisements was .in town on business Wednesdayevening. the Orl.ndoeam ii1. '
want all the .new. tbe same triumph be wera.perfectly _ _
among the reading matter on I .- I' achieved over John Cape's saw full, log for Klasliomee to capture all the quality ,'of 'our groceries.

'.. Uhls page Is ten cents per line each In A second band l Pewlnc mowing machine .sefall .anO winter saiqples now but as the ,rpgeoiioro of this noted honors. Tb eo the game was' set for '

sertion. la. good condition, fur -ale -.a4.1 at Dann's. .Agency for Cheap. ,8. C, G. Hdw. Co. rhursday 12ih -- : 1' _
.We"' ra Tailoring Co. stay, our noble chantleleer may be deoaived >. v
I ;. in ibis -expectation this Vim. Now f.om lobe tone of the Klsslmmee
The kind of Pho'os.youaay (2iOOp .Mrs. (:. .K. U..rdeo"aad MUses would think that, the
Meanwhile eLwWlO rain wind and paper one : game BEST EVERYTHiNCl '
i dozen fore..a now tNI bad as Lancaster'- Raohel (Sue and Marion. J eake visited sunshine .Stared. on that date wa not half fio- Of << :
our people are.as progressive
T"E LOtAL flfLD. Studio for &'cents., Head ofBroad- relatives In Orlando Tuesday, -as local coadiiioas will adotlh ahed and the boy' became disgustedand \ 1 .

wayMr., I .Remember we are carrying a aloe Fodder pulling has been indulged! loto quit: which they did. but not until'' In tbe. Hue',of High' Grad" & .' _ _
{ : O. A. Beach returned last /'Saturday line or Groceries. Block butter .on .a Hll ted _toen.. by 'a few. of our they hind bad tbelr last oba'noe at j the

from a visit to ....... Beach and ice a specialty. CITY ..BAKERY.Messr country friends, but lbs excessive bat wnioh! was tbe first\ half of too ninth Table Luxuries and rro--
the children, who are standing Lbe.ummel' rains have rendered it "0. 'unpleasant Inning and It seems that the boys did I ,
'Wade, tbe Tuner, Orlando; if with relative. at Walterboro, *. W. .G. McClell John business. The majority of those wbo not want Orlando, to increase her : '
Balsdenand. Rube Johns1 of Whitter- bare raised a corn crop are consoling score. as Orlando bad another chance visions ot nil kinds at.

,. iRlbbons and 1 laoe at Dann's.Fewer 9.0. are spending a lew days la town.M themselves! with the assertion made by to hat'and KllI8lmmN'dlda'4. ., ..,'.'

(" gallons; wear* longer; Devoe A rood time> to care money by buyIng -:. ns two' pUoe-suinmer suits at re-; the knowing that<<.he corn hi much Klsslmmee, you know you were given prices. that are sure, .to.*. ..t .
: figured white goods at Ka t..*., :.duoed.prices M KaU.Xlss heavier where. tbeo.fodder 'Is. not rlt- a fair, square deal and will always get .

:Ifewllneofniouldloirs; at. Fountain' of" FloridaState muved from the stalks and on _tnsour one when you come to Orlando.. conimaiid atteiitloii.,( ,.: ,
The Second Regiment who b.1Mteo ,
larl..Jeffer.oa, grape principal that the stud bas Don't talc it 10 hard boys, you got .
:Dwellings for rent, apply to 'M. T'''.. Troopi have been OI"IIiendfnloO' residing.here for the past two vers, no real uourl.bmeat10 1..0111'.ple just a* fair decisions here .. you did '

t(1' ler. . encampment at Tampa on Monday, returnedlast week tuber old home at appear very well satisfied with present ,In Sanford only you did not, wlb lobe .HOGAN &: FL0YPee Jt
August Bth General Foster
." by Adjutant -, CharJostoq 8, C. cODdlLh,O'. We bane very few chronic game. > Respectfully, "

Try, 'shave'or' hair-cut" at. the nurbarber At the.liaptUt church Sunday mornIng grumblers In our sectionvery' many 'H. C. o0EB'180N.. "" .

'. shop.Great Try the new barber' shop. Everything the subject 11'11be.\ ?ANew of them are glad when! It rains bard so Umpire of both !game.

barll'ato.'la willow chairs. at new and up-to-date. Sharp Song-'' At night there,will be a sorvlc they'can't work or toe sun shinesso cui "
: Thompson's. ; racers. clean towels,."Bret-class -er-..' )\ .onlf.ln( which every one will hot they -are compelled to seek LIla !BARBER SJIOz '
'r. .. "'-' > BEPLV-ro..a; : ROBERTSON.Editor : j'j'S.
. -. be expected to take part. also Special shade, thin. appear to be a rule that o .....

Stanford will sell JOB.20 yds. gingJham vice.New' barber chop at Patrick'. old .muslo by the choir The! public Is works many ways) as excuse for last- Klssitrme: *.Valley Gazette: WILt OinrroN" ,J......,. r.. .'

for$1.00. U stand.. Service by a tonsorial .*rtIst .cordially .lo-vlted to these iiervioes. ness are more' sought after. than for Dear Hlr-Ao article oonoerolag- . -- '-1-' --;----7-7-----, '''f

Stanford .wfll sell jouAJ dozen shirt conversant with all the latetfsxis. In Allwhitedress) skirts- reduced -ln hard Our work valued:; friend, R. W.J.:Simmons. the 12th KlssltnmeeOrlando game of the Now Open" for Business
barberlng.KlaelmmM. price at Kat.&. last., written by Mr. H. Of
buttons>for Co tf was a caller at the post .office during Robertson la si I In Patrick's
appeared recent Issue OldStai&
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was ably represented In "was the week with'-a broullsmile on'' .... .-
All fcJods of picture frassedAo Mrs. J. L. Pherlgo called -to' past of The DAily Jleporter-Star. . -1. I rt. I
. der .at 'IThornpson's.Smoke.Key . fO'r' Orlaado yesterday, by J. W. Miller Palm Beach'yesterday by a teleg, am his ,face'whjcb proved 10/ be ani, outward Mr.Rx>bertson. la his article ..aldKlsslmmee NEW: CHAIR.NE'fr :'i. M _; _

and hla son, Jim,, prominent eaU4e- aunounctng-ttiBt bar brother, Mr. L.. sign of Inwardtoy.'Inquiry came to the bat In the 1st .
West Havana, the best I men-lie porter-Star.- A. ;Wlsoawaa$ worse and jiot expected elicited the Information! ; the flrst half of lobe itb Inning and called tha .NEWflAZORS; '''
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f 6c Cigar on the market.: I Installment of his state pension bad ,
to Jive. In order
Mr. C. O. West, one of the pioneer game to keep Orlando from "
r Stanford has the swellest: 'dine. ofcorset citizen; of DeSoto County wasdrowned been received, never basa state making m- larger aeo..... Now 'when EVERXTHINO
., Contractor T. W. Kill has reached I
just annuity a more "'ol'Lhlvel.r&n.
I In KlsslraiDee. ,tl while selnlng.ln Peace river near< you take Into consideration the f&Oll
J.
far M. Kate and S. Stratton .
completed! / .Satisfaction Guaranteed.
that had
Waucbula.last week. we tbe last half of tbe 9th
t They, are good for borne use, :what? ::' a etniiRnt sidewalk from -theoorner "Thstmscltneotll Inquiry used] by Inning, and called the with two I .. );

I Old owspapersl l We sell 'em. Ross. raves says he is gotog to sell of Mrs, Tress'. store, to Wallace's the county for:.certain purposes; many men down, the second mail\game down beingthe OM 'N ..
the flrst fow. ars of furniture from bi. poetlol'o.oOl. which will add'very- much of-thern unknown to the writer is still 3d Q ,PAV.'. (J

I Stanford will. .sell yOU"whl'" .shirt new store at Cost for an advertisement. t.ot.befCIQmfor'o6)r j>ede trlans.<> The old I a subject of Inquiry among our oltlBenst !- bill statement deputed cannot decision be true.We It. Is, plain S J - : :, I " j

,, waist at about half price. Now Is,jour time boys... sidewalk wa of brick, and had. '' worn. Our people are loud and declanratory never Ilk to dispute any umpire's :OzrE2': :: : j "
W. J. Sears' q. went over to Tltusvllle very UtI .en. concerning their rights to a .
decision' but .
after three
Mr. aid Mr*. O. M. Pea1'OeaDd littledaughter rotten\ decisions < : < -
on legal: business Tuesday.Mrs' .. l>art of monster's-labor-- and the It was win MR*t* fou aVnr .bandomir Dlu.rtratadOatmlovuaur .
plaio,1.o)1I.r\ minds. that
Lucy, are spending some
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For iio smooth
a r. eaiy:'shave, try that will be oh
IT UM
war paint
A. K. Oick', of Orlando, deL weeks with rehitves and friends .... Wali&ee's Barber: Shop. rights are not T respected! put will remind our the umpire was determined! to t.ake"&he ...Jopin. Coilasa.. the-Bauth mwtri,,, resell,.dew. .
a short visit bare.this week. Eagle Lake and other points In Polk: game awayfrom us, so we called the
S 0 county. \ A friend at our.elbow suegest. that our county .rulers of a certain tea game and gave it to them to...a.e him Young's Female Co11epeUOItA.flV1LXE *'
Nice line of picture moulding an4 party Rivenby t.be patriots of Bostona
:
further trouble
the best head off mall order
mats just arrived.. J. W. Tbump. b. Mrs. J, M. Bnrbey and (children, way to number Of year ago. any ., '
hnuxes I. for1 the local merchant to advertise ; .rve wlsn' to Cay we bave.no, bard :, GA.'c/ ; 0 ,
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who have been several weeks ,Bro. Arch
1 speeding- israpidly 'recovering
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and Stanford has and ll8t.thet.r..detbem- feelings against of the .Orlando '
Call see want to with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hughey returned I liberally from his recent attack! amid the rejoicing but .any H1**..Cnrrienlum.; ntataU.ta la Tm .> .
offer you ln exchange for youi money. selves. It does look: reasonable/ team, cannot say the same about vltjr. Bnad Dwm and Oartlrlaita&wMi Ji. ugxpraailon. jO
of who
to their home at Bradentownlast our people can seethe
of the successful mall order, houses are the umpire for we are certain be did, ,.. and : .. N"w BuooNtr,
Why not trade at.tbe'Cash Bargain Wednesday; heavy ad vertlner, ,. and if theycan veteran as of old, after his desperate not treat us rikht; PuraUbed. s_ H.* BIeetrM UKim. Oyi. .
Store and get; big (values for. struggle with the foul destroyerand ,1aaIen 8'11rt'\\iw.PpoJ.BvwllnsAJJ.W5Wn.dl: *
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yourmoney. Sheriff Wlllsbn, of Clay county make It par, why not tho .local merchant we are all thankful that the Master We dislike to go Into prlnrover; a Muraa Sad JPhjralcal Guitar DliMter i. .Roe..,
who was murdered by a negro on an ? matter of this kind, and only do It now : ,
Born to Mr. and Mm. D. r. Will- A. C. L.- train last week 'was a still. has work: for him la his. YIDey.r to answer 'certain false statement .:BE9T:! CHRESTUNAddreaa aQua DrrLUeNaa:: I

l con on Wednesday-iJuly. lltb, a brotiherln-law of ourfellow-lownsman. The Bill Sbepp) place belonging to Cow hunting has apparently been made by Mr.'Robertson la, his artl'l' I. COCHRAD fli'I;
4augtiter. Mr J. W. Register! the Water A Carson Grocery Co., Cle. Yours tl'ull.'The ..- ,
was sold this. week: through' !the M. discontinued for the present and the }Ctsslmmee' Base hail Team- I : -.' ,

: The 'City Bakery U atgent for the Mr. J A. Anderson'and' family; of Tiller agency to Tie n...' If.Mr. minnows swim ,up palmetto avenue Per M. J. BASS, Manager, '
j iWfilte. Star L.anndry.-ji.-beet In the Plant City, were welcome visitors here with Impunity Whittler's swamp is Ice, Cream il and GeM 'Si4-.

.p State. Sunday a.nd, Monday. They...spending Small, a stock man from Amar- ID the heigbut of Its glory and, water .

the week out at Mr, Anderson's Ills Tex a s..has been here for several transportation can be fouud at- our AT'QUINNI". )
. I The Cash Bargain. Store is --the Goblet turpentine farms.. days looking over the ground In this port'of entry- for lal' vessel..' Registration Notice.
1. place to saver:money whea you are. .. ,'Wheri'flan t"life' I:.undTv-'doirs, p.1 .
o'fA. section, with a view.t.I1 transferring hI. o. 0, J. g, ", regist.rtfonboolcsw1fl my ,
: The b
.5 trading., 'I' -rom two-story dwelling The opened 'Whyr reave U wltb Ouloa, B4moiv.X
t Hujrbey : L. Chandler, situated ''on west side I!, Interests here.cleaned He with expresses what he himself has .********.*********#*.**.. .... the court house the flrst'Monday' on Monday ard Tuesdays., He, wUV! :
Mra O. p. returned last'week a.higbly so .
N.
of Broadway, adjoining B. Car la Augustfor the of registerlag '
: from a YlslL to' relatives ..inGeorgia. far *een and' thinks the probabilities ; purpose return ibm flrat.c1sss.bsp..' v I,
son' residence/ Is for sale. Price low :Among Soulhpprt. Friends.. all qualified electors wbo are' not ''
he will locate here and -
are Into the
go ;
term easy. Apply to M.. Tiller .svgt. 5 registered and will be opened; three
cattle business. Be bas Also cleaning, bsapeag,ia(7and.dyeliir
already made W*.kly flews L.itebj Doris.Th j : .
:: Mrs. George Eugene Bryon of . days In each week' Monday,, Wednesday clothes '
friends of number at ltaa pt4. .
Mr.; R. D. Fuller bas the thanks of a ourcltlxeos and
) Ocala U visiting-* family) ot Mr. J.J1iller. the editor delicious .should' be decide- to cast his lot .........................: and Saturday, from"a.. .. m wl '\ ,
.. ;\V, *. ,z _:..-L: ,. for some orangesof 12:00: and from :2. p.- m.. tin\ o/'TW ...
I.., Jiij], !1J'i';!I:', o'l' Jlj1' 0 the Harts tardlll'varleL,. They amon/rlO* be will be' cordially weleomad Lea "Parson's Cattlmp books will open In all dlasrtaas. lo -a 'Qu I. '.,... ....r.t O.

I FOR SAL.E-F1necgrapefruitiaed.'( were grown on Mr* Gibbon's grow near ,, have been gatheringbeefCattia. for:,the county the flrst Mouday in ..a>..'*'. >>= I-aero. It ...*
paM"e&k. > -. ..> .; : : ..from -
'l'tV.. ;
"' :, 'lings. Apply lo F'tlULawson'tKIs.: Winter Haven and were full of, juice ( aDd wlll.be two days in..eaob ,
sl/nmee Fla.' "'* :. M'IT '," and in lIne flaror*' Mr and Mrs. William J, Dry an and Mrs. Drll' eI'8. I* ..spending ,'a 'few week the :.day open* to be designated, theall1.rlct 'fij'Y.'J ('. 'lmtQee"

Master Allen Bryaowhoh.vebeenso. weeks with her ?"sjgter JMrs ,R ,C. by .., .
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WTH. E. A. Nleioeyer and daughter Mr. J. F. O'BerrV I bas sold his journ In? at the Continental the past Crawford, of KisHlmmee, who his supervisors.. The books .wll\) ,. ',, .'';' :;; .. .

fi l-etul'lied .turtll&, from, a'TI.i. to' Rough Island .pasture west of Fort six: weeks, came up to town this morn been'very-III, butwe' are ,Kld to'say close. in all Olsielctt In the county; the'.etond . .'f".,,

Pi friends. Orlando: Gardner, coots ining- :,300 acrfs, of tbe lngv-Mr: ."Bryan and.her little son will' [Is Improving..t.._ Saturday. in'October; accord-- 1 ;' '. -- 'i. ;;..,
finest grazing; lands in this section to leave tomorrow morning for Lexington The folks of this vicinity spent a Ingto1sw.. 'ThisJulr9thl9O ;
' Mrs. C. L. M66re'Dd Miss Cora L.;.M. W 'W l.Vall pl or'
HIDDEN. :
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E. L., D.' Orel-street.'> The 'consider, Va. for remainder ofthe, sum dull Fourth oUulg.Driggers :

r..t I M.nann.... L. of C.Orlando DrUgs.M. are the i, guests of ation wa, $...,600 cas .. -_ ___ mer.:' Mr.. Bryan: expects_ .to )leave_on ,Mr, \ made a business* tripto Oaceola Supervisor county...1'.(' 'Registration. los. . .
r? o.r via the LIne for new -
Sunday Clyde ,
.t KSsslmniee last Saturday. "
and
.Mr. Mr. C. Turner" have :
York, en rout to MaIne where he will ,.'IF John Tson and of ., : : tr
r Tiller has two or'three nice| : > returned from a months -outing spent | family, BROKER:
forientin' See and enjoy a-camping trip tor'' a --month. Campbell -passed'' through'this community Cur. ." :0-. _
f i taife Irood location, with relative at' Umatllla. Mr. To a Cold In On Day I" :,
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1"i : him before they Are taken. Turner l I. again at his po.nt.ln Makin. Jacksonville Me rooolil. last week on their way to' Mulberry LaxaUn' Bromo 'Quinine Tab c -- ..- "- [ g,4.. rii; '

f ,- v U you have any laundry to send son's hardware store. Mr. II. W.'Metcalf who has Just-re cess in., their''We sincerely new home.-wish them. .cuo Ie... All druggists refund the money REALE&TA-E'3: ., '

IO'! .'away, and want It ''done uo" In good. Mrs. C. W. Hill and.children, who turned from the Rockies of Colorad Mr., Alderman formerly 'of Basoger U it falls to cure. E. W. Oroves! *lg. _

1- shape, phone the CILy.Balcerr. have been spending the past feW weeks withthirty pounds of flesh to the goiis U BOW a resident. of .our comjmunltjr. nature li oo each box..; 23c tf AND, 'INSURANCE;"

.. with Mr. and Mrs. M. Gardner attlie.Purk feeling fine and say* that within the __.,,__..
Acltlaa Bass sold and delivered lo ;" -
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: Hotel left for their homo "la : next two weeks he will have started I John" '. .' :
Mr. Davis to' Klssimmee :
,8. K. DiirrcrMvi, t,Fort Gardner this went .. J
: .week 370 bead of One beef cattle; MlainilsstTuesday! !- '.. I the block erection bnjtlM) of vacant a new lot.two leading story' ''from.brick: TUMIdaI! ..!1.tb ,$. t. ..t&fttr'.JuaDt"...-- --' I II ';' ' iJ : '." -. <. ':

t Dr. T. M, Rivers' cottage U nearing Messrs: R. 'D. Fuller and! L. C. his bowling alley' and facingChurch .W*u*. w;.ddd. now,nip darling. I ,:---TIIEKsslmrnee -- ;
Drlggs ]left Tuesday afternoon for Mr. street. The lower storV will\] be used ,Said the hu.b.nd to hU brId.. T. M.' RIVERS, JH. U.i -r, ., .
completion and be expects to be And '" .
hnuwforth 'U tocvthnr and .
Fuller's Winter to < ; Physlclati Siirtteoti.WiUi .
.able to move Intojtnow a lew days.Mrs. place Dear Haven' a* a Church street entrance to 'his On li/.'.Journey eld bf itd..X/ Drug Co. i : ":XIgHIH.HKK: ,
.
PBOOrHONES COII..4M'j-.L
where he U largely engaged in the. bowling alley and saloon !while theupper ; -
Harnes 'and. Ml/son! Nellie %nd "or.l'lje growing business.Mr. will befitted uplnto' i W. mu.t bear**ch othm's fcui-dans. -Office, I li Boa 14"C.,.'
.. Toowla Wallace have return. d from aVliit story ..' an Help .eh other when w*can. : , au.........1106.
up-to-date So the building goeson ,And U maka Ufa bapplar. brl htar. (
ttf New mrn. Don UeirUter. Tampa; who Is during our dull. {?) Summar.I .- Each ,mu t for the other plan. '.WHAT Wl : 1.- T .. ( u.: -/ -.' j
. DO FOR YOU
: 1'ut'1nw .t price ever beard of on in the for city teachers taking, the Is applying State eiattflnajrtlon for 4h Qrlando t.P.epont-tLar: ; r. 'I >Lat't begIn this verr nHmilna ", DR LESLEY, w.. W EDOf'f'..;
To atart rivht U dairn '
uarlne-and stationary .gasolene en- Leon High Schol.: Mr. Register Is I Attacked and v'lclouua rle" itut BUT 8PKOIALIST' Li
by a big nt up now my praeious
loa .Wfl.cirry the" largest' and: .
,- Vines see P. D.' White, KUsUnmee, an experienced young man, and has which she wasendeavorlng to frighten eon.t.nact UM ...tc..1Ire.. ia .V.i BAR..NOBC AND THROAT" ''. ,
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Fza._ met with great success In tA acbID\! \:.-*.. away from herchickencoop. 'Mrs 'J.J it....oh... hli dlaappolntinantiCouraca ; most varied. stock' of our\line Private; Hospital. American 'National*

1 Mist CadluftU and Mrs. Radclyffe) Tallahassee. Democrat: Pieterson, wife of Profeuor Pietersk400 ".# co>a4 from every pore. In own. K i 13nk Bid'g,.Tampa." Fla. ,

4 Cadoiant of NardoOsaee, came In .00 Lawrence! !.ItaAtliter\ who I. spending the well'. known musician came ,When" what hie aveetyounr do you lake bride me i Orlau- near being seriously by .the f'POBIS. ,{ .J.W SIMPSON'DENTIST
th. Belt and went to Injured .
. Sugar WP D *
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> Uo to spend the d ay Vednesda.r ,. a month' with Frank, Tatman down terivet' bird. While sitting,.Mon ay la the- parlor freshest, and purest :of :drugs. S _ _
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that
write\ Q ret IB
th Valley. a of her home, on Nebraska, avenue, 1 at all times;, ; .
Mr..F. W. Stalker; the efficient foreman thttV 'ar baring a reat time fishing near. JJulpbur; Spring, Mrs.,Fleterton The, Baseball FesUvat. .. "".. v,

a. of the Valltey-Gacette force, ha and' "at. hnnttngh LakeUatcbt'Deha. neard a commotion among thechlckens held - V Your prescriptions are filled I I Oftl o* pref Ouoeola Pb.t'uaey,1':;, >

1' been on the sick list this week:, bat weV they captured a gator 101 feet long, and going into the yard' saw a big Tbe festival by the baseball by a Graduate in Pjharmacy, .do..wri12 m.. _ _
tussle club In the vacant Piano building do OmCJI"notmS'II
are pleased to state that he is able to which l'avfI'thf'm quite a ; in eagle swooping down on the fowls.She .
lost "toe-nail Tuesday evening wai quite a success, besides five years' actual exparlance. -. 1:3(! : m.
which Frank Tatman t.o:3Ql.
| lbe, at hU again. *
post attempted to frighten\ the bhsway, .
'elephonefo..7e. Ivr.
; Miss Edith Ueadrlcki, ()'hl\a been and also bad bis. ankle that Mrs.nearly D. C.broken'Morrl-f when It, viciously attacked? bor. The a both crowd socially.were ID and attendance floadclally.and QuIte the. , -.-.- -. .. . J. ---. -;,- ., t,, 11\; ..."

pending some time wlii her sister, He reports only weapoq in reach was a>' pickaxe, proceed( of the evening amounted to Doesn't tmean) 'something -: '
rattle A. .
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/ ton. captured and killed a. large with which Mrs. Pietersen defended p .. VANS.; q ,V._ :
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fc. rir"- Uauova, ab t1terrk! UoUl, re (30:75., 'rA ? S. ,.
:.tui-ned to her home at Given Cove snake. herself to the limit of her strength, I :large cake-was) voted to the most- : 'I
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,' .Springs' Wedaesday.7. Miss I*. M1 t. tlooten and mother-will The big bird would have Inflicted\ serl-1 popular young lady 'attendance' .5 We carry :;su'f tlefent, help todeliver |I ATTOBWKY'AT.L.Aw..7..v'' 'J| e., -"I :
- ,' leave tomorrow for their old borne In <>u* Injuries upon her,however,adnoi and waswon by Miss Llzxla Carson -* !l'A4D':' NOTARY. PUBHC- 11-' I .. : '...,
t Mr O. H; Tlmberlake, who pan Pro ",.Pletersan> ; arrived on the I' your packages vyithin .
Georgia to. spend a. few weeks, after who received the highest number. ofvoles. I "KJSSiMM _
1 Hotel 1 Klssimmee\ one or two"'" seasons New' York to scene and killed 1U t The ealiCle'l meas-;!! ., -Vi a fewmomentsaftet. the pur- ... E./FLA:1'o\::
1 the tflll on to .
:.a.number of years. ago has leased the which ) iro hasbeen ui-ed.fiva feet romttntotlp.. It will be "I jchase. ThIs. .Is 'not idle - e" .- .. ..4 o-,' .
; spend some time.'! Mtsa Hooteq Tbe boys wer6 very much pleased :.; : j
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and will "
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;Lotitre at Ualulah Falls, Ga. stuffed.-Tampa Trlbone, ; 'f.1
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the aooompllshrd and capablemusic With tbe patrorfSge accorded them. and -boasting,; but we want '-your 3.
.; Pun 1t this summer.Mrs. I ,
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teacher In the Osoeola High will show their appreciation by giving business and we> know.' we.<

-J A. 3.filbert sTnd hklmren1uc School for the past several terms, and :To tfi e Public.I . a fine exhibition ot the national\ can please.W W., L. '\ylNN,;. L:' It ,
: left yeHterda'y for'Palatk:*, where'th..y It Is IQ be resretteil that she ..decld- ; game la their contest with tit, .Augus. ,,l

.will spend. snort, t He.with relatives, ed to sever her connection with that have purchased the millinery bust-; )tine,this afternoon U > ",. ....IOIAM.AIID. wUani.'..
After which they will go on to. Georgia Institution. She says, however that of Mrs.:A. li Chandler. und take: : ' -- ,--7' -'

"->r a fewweeksstay.t',: 111ft' she may decide to return winter after. method of Informing my ,friends Lbl'l Md-SummerUearance& Sale. MMdlebrooks 1 ,Q( ..
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'.1.. Miss Ruth, entertained the public''generally the' I'wlli offer entire stock of ladles'' Hooinoy (
: Butler .a also wish to solicit continuance my : .... -.. ".j '.--... .J"!
bOUile coosletlnur: of Misses eat.WANTED bycbiC"lI'o *wholes ale a summer dress goods at a low -: .. \ ,'
party : the patronage of-all Mrs., Chandleriformer very J MANAGER.ooooooooooooeoodooooooc. . r, r.o !er,, .ra.o4ea. .
.1p.Orace Jolly' Marl Huddleston-! Annie and mall order house, as lntan> manager prloefotthe' next 30 day ,for cash -.!; ..
, !J'.L .'< Seymour: and Corrie MUleI',..t the woman) for this county customers, .nct'aoT others whomay 1 have handsome line' of Batiste r 4 --:- T:::
(mad or
w' >' hooin of her- mother!' -near- town' _ti' snd adjololna -territory.; 8al ry $2 i will strive bee Ill to to give merit me a their continuance trade, and of Lawns, Dotted Swiss, :Voiles/oe.. 'ShirtW&Ist . , ILARiCIS'. SANATOR.. M.: 1iP. ;:{.P-
fresh -
all ,
week goods goods --
'J and expense: paid'weekl,i eapen same .Mas.'J.: 1U OVEKSTREET.;' j| Cob a'mu.t; goiegaraleswtif" price." :: t" I' ''' ''':' ''; ''.. &..;;.H,4.t.. ," .r.t I: .

.Miss ttt1ei3&nJ .'retnrned home money advanced. Work pleasant position 4' .. ..- .', . ,-. ,- -i M' 'W1i SON'J; ::
cRd5Y.Aiin
w also/ shoes
aaaaolelu.
Nolovestmentorexperince ; j offer all of ray low cat J , '. y
1 Tuedayafter an absence of severalhtonths permanent. time valusble.Wrlteatonoe Qtiaraateed. ) C1I.. for Piles I, In wMte canvas and tan colors/ ,for "",- toee MoL; hi 7.C4O; S. :" I'

"'. In the northern part df the, required.for, Spare full I partlcul ars and eocIOilPtlelt..drelAed Itching; blind,-bleeUlug"' protruding men, wome and children at the same -5-. ( N01'.u'Y''Pu" Lr : ... if"F ? " : {; DR- P'j.J.I.TIS. ) .. 5

State where she bas tautfht. several envelope. A*dress.GEN j'lies.Druggists are authorized to''out. rate price. All I ask I I. that you STATBAT.LAWast4, : ,: -. BAR. ,. .. ,

''Classes friend In embroidery* Her 'nsny,, ERAt, MANAGER, 134E.lNak: : refund,money If PAZO OINTMENT falls, call and eevhe-goods, tbe priceswI1\ I.. V ReaL1statc'Agent.' .*:; ?I...I.. :.1t'OtiBM.......'lC.T .:" I.,

.t't her borne, here aCaln.are pleasedo' .-w l >ome =8W Ch tea IYO.' 2A-rsr.. .. to eurc. n,8 to 14 dars,. 60o. '> ,di the ..!..,. ",<.,0 O... -Q..8raa'onm.. .- ... ISSIMBE'OI. !" 'FLORIDA;, I $ !" / / ;' .. .\\ ,.,.. ""'
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, I "' NEW YORK'S GREAT KITCHENS.Gitttlng ' j Danger- of Relying. en Secrecy to'''ro.,

( : BRYAN MORE RAD. CAL, tact. a Proves. .
'THOUSANDS '
; a&a'" the Qoldsahmlo't.
.Bigger Every Year:-Oveni Some rears
I tisyaH ; of ;:/Essea) Germany peN
: I ,Nebraskan Has Changed Out Under. th8trctIn % Company tin

::- '1 'Somewhat 'Wnc* 18t8-Comme"t. recently-built hotels lit New York: ,tested a,process ot detinning
: ,' scrap but instead of' pateDUlIt1Hl ,
Broker ,Alexander; 'Skips but on Word Conservative* t3 the'' kitchen la a space'about 150x200 .process, they 'depended on secrecy to

from Ga -"- ,-" ;-:-- feet, floored with red tiles. The walli' I make it profitable. The usual '''result,1ot :

Augusta..., A London" special say: \William: 3 where exposed are tiled 11I'white.'I'h6 such practice followed. Two ef-+;
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.v- Bryan, having had the opportunity 6reading' ; celling'la II feet high.At the employe knowing the secret,
1 American'newspaper, con. the entrance IV the chef*! office,. I proved unfaithful ..and.sold', their

".IS.MYSTERIOUSLYABSEN1 'seated Thursday to dlkcuse some of r- '=' _' . and near him thb principal refrigerator knowledge a concern which cowf f
fqr the1' storage of meat; Along and from ;It
Holland
the question which have been raleed menced the work In
-:,,, since he has become prominent u excitement In Topeka.' of a 'Toung'lnfant; the ribs,are very; one aide are from CO to 100 lineal there It wa brought: to America. .The, 'r', '
t the mall and frail, and finger preaeur feet of ranges adapted to coal, gas and servedIn '
,Banks Are Lift In'' the Lurch to the a presidential possibility' Dor, ,108. He There 1* great excitement over such aa would have to be exerted b:,. charcoal. American concern In turn wa* '
wasthat
'' who will to The relult"
report that a bride come. the manner.
Tune o? '$'145ooo-cotton. Firm'.. said, in';j>art: maid the Topeka placing the hands goo nd the body- and In:'front of these. are. the cooks' competition! war established +
noUce"that .Topeka soon has a says undesirable '
Failure Cause ,Great 6.n..: I "I I am described ,bj state Journal. This 'will ratio lifting the baby .U not to be desired;: tables In the steel tops of which are by two plants, -one at Paul*,
some . a conservative and In order .
sometimes marked depression Is like- clnHs, 'balns-marle and steam table
the limit and establish a new recordIn J and the other at Joliet, III.
N.
ticn In eorglJ'Glti. bore
c that there may be,DD misunderstandIng Topeka Occasionally at: 'Topeka ly to occur from this tort handling.,, Underne&th"are. steam plate warmers: .,. The company" :first on 'the ground In '
1' en thateubJect permit me to say thus hampering the free action of tin Above the COOKS'-triads are rack, on / again
woman steals the housemaid or nurse, commenced suit
:IN Revelation of :Xhe.';i.flnancLal. .embarrassment i that in''one sense I always have beena exchange their and foi, lungs and Interfering with-the breath which Is hung a-plcturesque array of this country: seeking tZTenJoln them ?'
cap apron ,
the competitor
of. the Arbor, cotton fao- conservative. The democratio rollcle the lady's maid kind and takes her. out tag; cases of chronic coughs have been copper pots,, skillets sauce yens and the knowledge obtained
from using
.tors of Alexander ft Alexander at.:Aausta -I are conaervatlve' In that they of town with her In order to"make' al known to result; from such tlegre t\lon. kettle, .and above this again' Is' the through the defection of ene of their''' r

aa., one ot the largest In the ', embody old principle applied to' new' noise like an aristocrat, but, It Is be- Handle the young Infant without pressure elaborate system of ventilating ducts employed The'cale, wa thrown out

t state, develc discrepancies'of about, condition Th"e} ,'wa. nothing; new In '1I8ved,the new bride will be the pnl] I/ 'possible' ; ,this may be aocomplUhed which carry' off ;the smoke' and odor of court, at'the court would not stain ,

4145,000- following"" the disappearance:" I principle In either of the pfatformi' I.. woman In Topeka 'who* baa a really by placing the hand under the from, every appliance where, heat Is Its band with such disreputable proceedings

.of Thomas W. Alexander head of .tha .on which I: stood. W9 were a<}caed and tfuly-lady'i maid all her own who back, letting! the bead rest on wrist or generated., I none of the parties haying ,

.firm.Mr.. 'of attacking property when In fact never:,helps out In the kitchen .nursery arm. Or extend two or three fingers Near the man'' kitchen and about' good -standing. The operation .of ,

;, Alexander' left Augusta July: the democratic party. Is the defender laundry.. -' 'upwar
'7th 'alter borrowing $200 Iron. ''a of property .beca se ..u-,,endeaTor. to for bther hand lift the child by the clothe. Out Is the ,soup, and roasting department a puts a premium dishonesty, TheA Y
} at the feet-Marianna Wheeler '!.,, provided with stock soup and *\
!
friend, 'saying he was going to New draw the -line between honest accumulation Glove '' .patent laws of moat countries offer
York.' Tli* following night his broth-,' by honest.methods on the' What variety! Harper's: Bazar. grease boilers'and an oven for roastIng adequate protection, for most inventions .' "' '

,.r, Bishop ,Alexander; the junior one' side and predatory wealth and Kid is.smartest. -. fowl of large joints of meat. Suchan and discoveries; if that protection 1'
Fashion Note in of the hotels has,
oven now
one
member, the firm: resolved a tele-' Immoral methods on the bther., Fabric gloves are here, ;: Is not sought\ but rather that

cram from him asking that his. office "It 'is to,the .interest of every: hon. .In most cases gloves match. Tbe',w nnn who wears the gloves a a capacity of 1000 pigeons beet.or 800 I I of secrecy, the possibility of recovery :+
chickens 16 of
e desk beopened and three letter . est mad that dishonesty' should be Cleverly contrasted gloves are seen. with the small pocket for change or Large ribs damages in cue the secret Is atolen 1i

found there be 'delivered. One exposed and punished(; otherwise Jthe Gauntlets appear .Id ('etching novelties stitched, to the palm Is sure never to- double The boilers Jacketed are and huge some copper' of affairs the, ."y competitors.Is. very slight lordeed.

to of the letters was tot his partner, deserving are apt to. suffer '(or' the : : lay Line down her Irish.lace pocketbook.coat with, mouanellne spit for roasting meats are turned .-Machinery. .. ,,;.
Showily-adorned clove will not"take" your
win, which'a statement wu made of undeserving.: ; 'This
by electricity department contains
the beauty of the lace will be :
r ,the ;:financial embarrassment 'of the ."If,, however, by-' the' word conserv- ,here.Yellow much; enhanced. its own refrigerator; tu which Is NATURAL BRIDGES. .-
chamois exceedingly
'Arm, and saying ,that Jf :.Mr*. Alex:; -.atly9L.tliey.meanJtbat: : .I have changedmy smarts gloves' are'' very Shoes of patent! leather with white kept all uncooked food prepared here. +

atnder! '''was not back In Augusta by position on any pUblio "quosUou Elbow lengths in 'colored. elllc gloves kid tops and black buttons are preferred 'Other departments-are the ,..t'getablo'room 'I Two Theories In Regard to TheirFormation.

Wednesday he'' would never be seenngain. or moderated 'toy opposition; to 1 corporate are sold out. by some to, the all-white shoes ,butcher shop oyster room ,:

Another letter was addressed aggrandizement t&ey' have a The. elbow length ('raze.was not expected to wear with light, thin gowns; It bakery, Ice cream department' confectionery I Is commonly believed says tb.OcoKl'aphlcat .

to k local cotton mill\ president' 'and surprise waiting' for' them. I ' i third 'to Mr. Alexander's wife. radicalthan I In 18M and storeroom. In addition to these departments" '
;;, more was phia Record. . style for both ale very modish. bridges. "Of which the Natural Bridge
The': manner 4nwhich the money have nothing to withdraw economic -r Three box plait front and back pro- where the chief classes of cf Vlrgfnla .Is the best known Am.: :u

was secured has 'not bean made known question which" : have been under Blame 'Wive* for Divorce.. vide ample fullness for the email &1rl'. food are prepared, there are Innumerable erlcaa example, are. ; due to the falling,

1 by the three banks who are the losers, discussion. 'husbands low-necked: no-sleeved dress which is I booths and 'counters where la of cavern roof, leaving only a
Neither careless nor. pretty
except that It 'was 'In the shape of }"The only question we dlscuss 3"'la worn over gulmpe.. The plait are I dishes of a lighter order are made the stream which the

loans. The Georgia Railroad tanksustains' 1896 upon whJ h,.there ha been any typewrlUsta, but' pastors modern and wives divorces fastened tQ a two-and-one-half inch i .ready for the hurrying waiters. destruction part to span o( the cavern has brought''
are responsible for most
a loss of ,116,000, which apparent change is the- silver question circular band which takes the place Sandwiches and salads, for example, surface ,
according to Mrs 5 farla C. are' the to the
prepared near garde manger- ,
r, ''was' marked off Its books Thursday. and that has not'been a change in the Weed, who -epoke before the W. C. T. of a yoke. Dy a .lacl,, of the 'North Adams ilI
Coffee urns and roll griddle
an.: charged io, the surplus and undivided advocates of blmetallim, but In condition -u. Automobiles and automobile apparelnow warmers Natural Dredge Profesapr "Cleland
1 the attention of a,host of and waffle ranges, toasters and -egg
profits accounts. The' National *.. The utter selfishness ofwlvea drive occupy boilers must be where their product I has been led to the conclusion that
Bank of Augusta lose (7,000. aud "W.. contended for more money" and many husbands from their homes," men and women-especially the ap- can be moat conveniently delivered to I I In 'thi case at least the origin U

-"' the National Exchange bank 12.000.: urged the fr coinage. of silver as saId Mrs Weed. "When a minister" parel. Every woman seems to be try- the room above. quite different. In this case the bridge.

p The available assets of the firm the only: .means then In light for she continued, "accepts a fee In which IDS to find a coat and a bat too that and will she The kitchen should not be removed seem to be due to the solution ot
and becoming ,
amount to about "fSO.OOO) ) ,' 'while the securing it. The production of gold he feel certain!! that honor has been be practical beautifully. There never more than one floor from the dining the limestone along a Joint plane near

r: personal liabilities .of T. W. Alexander has brought In. part the benefit we artered'for t 'title., Is It not tha acme I. succeeding automobile hats shown room grill room or cafo to be served. the former court of Hudson Brook. I
in addition tti. amount ol from the 'restoration were so many 'At first only'a small amount of water
to expected to k secure of Inconsistency for him to persist Dumbwaiter communication la Impracticable >
loans,"' Is about 126,000. cat.:;'silver, 'The per capita volume that the blunder, which he helped to and The worn accordloD.as this season.lated .sheer blouses aa.lt cools the food. The human seeped along the Joint plane but after t'4

In his letters T., W. Alexander 'of monty in the'; United States consummate shall be a life sentence" which some ef the new waiter must have free access to awhile, It made a channel large

states that ha, alone. '1* responsible Is almost 60 per cent greater now -"New ,York Globe. accompany skirts are dainty'acces- the kitchen, and *o speedy, that he enough to divert the entire brook un: t' ;
hi brother-Knew' the In and the benefit ....:-- princess very der the surface, giving rise to th
that : nothing'of : than It was 1896 torles to thisfavorite skirt. .The yoke shall spend the greatest possible time

financial end of the- business, mad brought by this Increase have, not Weaving 8llk'.Rage: I. of fine embroidery; and cloth .bands In the dining-room' within call of pat- bridge. offered i*

bad nothing 'to do with It. Muchsympathy only vindicated the quanUUve theory Tiny looms for the wearing .of silk like the skirt follow It and the bottom rons. .1 v Walcott had previously Natural Bridge a ft

;" Is,expressed for his brother of money but have proven tie benefits rags into strips ifuicb are afterwards of tlie short sleeves to give the Having dropped hW written order In similar theory for the concludes

of the larger 'amount of money.: Joined to make rugs or"couch covers, effect! t>f ari entire costume. a tube, he must go to the proper place of Virginia, and Cleland ,

$ DOUBLY: VINDICATED. No advocate of the gold standard can or ,even portiere> are among the in Wide tuck and flat ribbon bands In the kitchen to obtain It when pre that while the falling In of cavern to

ri 4t ___ claim' the triumph of, hU logic teresUJle.Innntlonl brougbt' abet by 'seem to be the favored skirt trimmingsfor pared. On Ills way to the ranges he roofs may occasionally give rise

: Y\fstaln[ ) of Dishonor Wiped Out and -I believe In bimetallism and t believe the interest women are taking' In all graduation and other sheer gowns should pass'the counter, near the kit' natural bridge the most common marble, x

Reparation' Be. Mad; that 'the restoration
;* At Paris. Thursday, Alfred Dreg would bring still further prosperity, 'On the loom can be woven strips of wool'm tetla1.. are supplied for' he must be' limestone, anatone.and lava *

fus was completely acquitted of the besides restoring par la.exchange: between -' about nine Inches wide, the warp I Make one bf your negligees with the placing these before his customer outlined above. .or ;,

d&&rCetl"OD.' which' he'wu' condemned gold and silver'' using countries threads stretched aa firmly',as I..., the I short 'sleeves' slashed clear to the while the fish or meat Is being cooked.As .

'-as a traitor;xdlml*.ed .from,::;the army :;but I reoognjU, as do all other big, full-edged affairs used* for the shoulder and lace together the spreading he;Starts up the stairway he Dry ..Farming And Irrigation. k

rand Imprisoned on peril's I.lrtadsnd blmetallsts'who I have met abroad, heavier sort -of' work. ,"HltormUs"pattern !/ edges with .velvet ,ribbon. must pass the checker who places the There la nothing Inimical to.lrrl >
the : are popular In slllc work as price upon 'whatever* ho is serving. ties la the' dr7-farming movement,
,regarding which Franco ha* been torn that, unexpected and unprecedented ,
In the old-fashioned rag'car. Bustn ., For salad he mutt be able to reach, ,
f' for yers.by the mot: bitter political Increase' la gold 'production? has they.are Women's. Ignorance of *** Back has a wld* :field before'It. In
', add racial agitation. His vindication for then, present '.remo.e4the silver pets, used now only for kitchen or Thousands of girls are sent out into the salad .deportment with equal'ease, "many regions'' It' 1*' probable that a

la twofold,, the. .ugromenosed firstaaa.ea question as an'' Issue. nursery, but often strips'coaflposed of the world with what Is called finished for wines and liquors he must go to combination' Irrigation 'and dry-

( a deeteioa estaMfehtag. the "W lle the money question has two colors are 'made, with oneused, educations, who can not give a proper the bar of the kitchen. farming methods will be found dotlr-
for bordering the ends. 'J' \n. J.;' for to nothing of Whatever number of.itorte* a hotel able. By. an economical use of the
eattlre'JanoeencVof,the accused ,nisn waned In"importance:? other questions receipt: money, say ,
'- ,' :, (/ I displays above the street the business .
/ ; ,
; draft or reservoir In accordance :
drawing a promissory; note, a water 'Stored. In ,
reed the ministry later deciding to pot have, been, forgingto.,the front 'and ';
Cow! Swallowed Snakes I of the enterprise 'on In those below f
a a bill or understanding the significanceand goes with dry-farming principles, and
? ,
/ bill la" must the
art urgent ptritament'tottor- to these questions we apply
:Mrs. Carrie Hagen a widow of LaCrosse : Importance d( business contracts. ,, the pavement, aDd so hard pressed by conserving the rains and snows
y In Dreyfus to the with ids princlpleg"we .applied to tho
K > army
same W..., .was until recently the I Such a'woman, says O.",8. Harden in la the 'city hotel for space that every' that tall In the soil as taught by the
.//raaced .rank and. otherwise giving money question ana seek to secure foot the law allow the owner to '
proud owner.of a beautiful cow, the SUCC8ea ,Magazine, presented a check advocates of dry-farming, and drawing -
'reparation.'' the greatest good to the greenest. sale of,whose milk contributed largely for payment to the paying teller of her reach under the sidewalk 1* eagerlyseized. upon the Irrigating ditches only:

}' .' number by legislation which conform to the womap' support Fire or six bank. He passed It back to her with .. The bakery of the new Hotel to satpI1.the deficiency/it 1* possible'
..... GOVERNOR: .GRANTS RESPITES. tothe doctrine of equal rights far all Belmont, for example Is under the
weeks ago the animal became 111, and the request that she be kInd enoughto that Irrigation reservoirs may be able
: ,- f aid special privileges for none." Mr. Hagen was forced to cease selling indorse It. The lady wrote on the pavement at Park avenue and Forty to supply double or treble the acreage -'

'ire( Second 'Time', Hanging of Rawl-, Mr. Bryan' added that he would discus milk. ''Veterinary aid was sum back of the check." I have done built, second street, and one of the ovens Is they can serve by the present

\' t Ine. 'Is Postponed..' the trust tariff. railroad 'and moned. The oas. was puxxllng in tut'extreme. ness with this bank fpr many :years, .directly over the subway as It mate wasteful method, and- that""great ,

Governor! Terpell. hao respited J. a. labor questions Imperialism and other ,, Then ,lira.": Hagen decided and I believe'it tq.bo'aU' right Mrs.,. the curve, there.A , stretches of territory In which the .

SawUngsrandAlt ,Moore, .both;, of Israe at'length when ,'I,he .reached, that It wae best to have the suffering James B. .Brown." rainfall 1* too email to .allow the *uccessful' ','
IIIIT"'JurrarvJ14o ""-;OL. ;;:untl1 -Amertca.-; ,' .- bovine killed. In order io satisfy hercuriosity' 'Another society woman la New York Valuable Doge application of dry-farming'

>.,,,, .14of'Aquet.. : : as to what ailed the animal CIty presented a check for paymentat Mark Twain Is Immensely popularwith methods alone may be covered with,
,'" .The'' respite wae granted In order STRIKES DEFY. AUTHORITIES. I.she had it cut open. In the cow's. the bank and the teller told her thatIt the farmer living aroundJlQuafry waving grain fields-From John J.Cowau's .

'that the"mea may: ... used a* wit- ,stomach was a large reptllo. It looked was not signed. "Oh,' do they have arm." his summer home near Elmira "Dry-Farming 'Hope of ,

,", .' totemes In 'case the .'supreme court Wli Armed, On, Hundred. :Take like a water snake In its lower jaw it to be signed," she responded. "Whatan N. Y. He and his neighbors the West" la the Century.

'c"CI"et" tbe,thred RawUng boy. a new : Charge of Government" Camp.., :- had four small teeth. It* Is thought awful lot of red tape there Is about exchange-experiences and both profit

/ CrUl/The" ,,case comas up., August 16. i One hundred strikers blare taken that the' cow. while pastured near he banking business.' thereby. The genial humorist tell of t L' i
possession of the. :&O.mment.'ca.m' some creek or stream, had swalloweda I know of a lady whose husband one farmer who purchased a hunting OUTDOOR LIFE

/ .JEW$ FLEE: fROM WARSAW. I at O;)rbj tt tunnel la the Shoshone young snake, which had grown and made a deposit for her'in a bank and dog that was highly recommended to Wilt 'Not Off.cL- the Ill Effects of
r ,' mlla from flourished ever since In the poor ani gaveher a checkbook so that she him by a'man who did not seem particularly }
-- re..r.Uolworks., eight Coffee When One Cannot Digest It.,
mal's''stomach. : the could her bills without annoying reluctant
: Mrs. Hagen says pay about parting with
rroratrickent ?
created
'
,T Wyomlngandhave a
Thousand Cody -
Forty '
e lIt ? snake was an Inch and a half thick tint. One day she received a notice It When.. the dog was delivered the .
Leave In One of terror, They threaten the A farmer :
City Day says
; reign) md fifteen feet long. The assertion 1* from rue bank' that her account was farmer looked It over with consider .'
is. 'that no"leu of othermen If they returnto "It wss not from liquor or tobacco
estimated< than lives COO : overdrawn. "
Milwaukee .She went to the bank and able misgivings-' seemed
borne out by neighbor*- shy and -J::
that for ten yeara'or more I sufferedfrom'dyspepefaand
a; ; old med, -
0,000 Jews
and work- "
women I .Wisconsin., old the teller that there must be a I bashful and hardly: the animal It was '
<'> ..children fled from:- ' M I mistake about It, because she still had : cracked up to be. Anxious to give it caused the of .coffee
by use
they were
'C 6 Poland., Thursday. Host of the able- : ,mounted deputies,' heavily, armed lot of checks-left '
Have Beautiful Hand a In her book. She a trial however he took It out shortly until I got sd'bad I had to give'up
bolted male Jew '.J'8main84 to-'pro- left Thursday afternoon for the scene knew so little about business that she afterwards and. a*' luck would have
hands with well-shaped coffee entirely and almost give up
.Soft White ,
,ijttect' their property: :of' the trouble. A battle 1* probable; rosy nails, are an attraction.. not to be thought thpt she could keep drawing It, ran across a fox. ThQ dog took after eating. There were times when 1,
the houses of'the'Jews are empty, as the strikers are armed and 'are incensed lightly conldered.-""' any amount until the checks were all the fox and the two were soon out could eat only boiled milk and bread,

rarnd armed'pards are posted at the at the officers" because, they' The han';" should be manicured at gone. of sight, the farmer following as rapIdly -. and when I went tq the field to work,

,r.el' and:patrol. parade the streets., drove them out" ot,Cody, July 4: least once a weelt.'and the time spent This sounds ridiculous and almost as he could. Finally he meet I had to take dome, bread and butter
r..' ' Incredible, yet the girl who another farmer in to ";*A '
on the task'will be found well worth very laughsat who. response along to give me strength.{ >

IATLANTANS..ENTERTAIN JEROME. LOWER., FREIGHT RATES; he. while; Always dry the hands care-'' it may make even more absurd his inquiry, stated that they had "I 'doctored with doctor and took, ,I

';,? " '. ally, and keep the flesh about the base, blunders. Many an accomplished woman pUlled In' his direction.,, Asked as to almost everything I, could get for my,

.':'tjMew i York District Attorney and 'Two Assured' Columbus Shippers."'W''. of the nails free,' so that the half- .when given a pen and asked to how they, .were running,. the-,second tomacJK; la ,the way of medicine,but I
.. sign Important document drawn np farmer replied:v"wall.it ,was nip and If I got any better It only lasted a. .
: Welcomed. moons will, show. It.the hand are
..i tants7JWrnily', Will ''Patronlxe' AllWaterway.T.he l
.
A .verx .tSln. fatten It bymeans of ma- by an attorney: or a long-headed bus-' tuck but I think the dog was about little while until I was almost a ,;'"' ,:

;"Monday/; ".three very:; distinguished shippers of,Columbus,' Ga, are sage* 'with'a good skin food. ,.A good neat man, will sign It without reading three feet ahead."-LIppincott's ,walking skeleton.,

,"'11 'sne.t4h William "fravers, Jerome: 'the. to make,concerted effort to secure preparation for tender handa,which Is for even asking to be Informed of Its "One day I read an ad. for Postum
lower freight rates. The plan Is to contents, only to' learn afterwards by' Crown of Gold. and.told.my wit. I would try It.and .
Gt .tamoua district t. attorney of New :york, both> softening and,whitening in effect "
patronlzo the all-water/oute. via Ap-- disastrous results that she"has signed "The late Paul Lawrence Dunbai, as to the following racts"I will make
Ie made-ot
% powdered marshmallow.tootwo '
'land hla iwaasUtanU' Arthur C.,Van- alachlco1&,.'resar .e.. of pall possible) ounces carbonate of soda ,two away'.her property and turned herself the negro poet." said an- editor, affidavit. before any judge;' -

dlver'snd Francis P. Oran,'were eu- delays, and Inconveniences... ounces, with twelve ounces'of out of home. Only a short time ago I "once addressed a 'Sunday school In "I quit coffee entirely ID4uled ;

_ torUlncd by: citizen of Atlanta. This The'' situation waa" gone.i over'thor stirred Into It. While' doing,"barley rough]- ..read ot a lady who had won .a suit Involving 'New -York. I heard the address. ..Itwfes Posttim In'Its place I have 'regained

tHo"'of legal talent that ,ha,..,,beeom" oughly.tt a-mttetlng ot, a''special committee 'honaork'alw.,1 wear gloves. It about $20,000.'New evidence, delightful.', An odd Incident happened my health entirely and can ,eat any-'

;rational arrived In the'' city! Sunday from the Columbus board ft : may seem a bother, butt repays the however wa brought forward,'which though,. at its-end, an Incident thing that 1* cooked to eat.' J,hsve' ,
.. enronte to Warm .,Springs, ' caused the court Immediately: to reverse that Dunbar laughed at as heartily as increased In weight until now Iweighmore
afternoon trade on the subject,of a water roil**, 'trouble.. At night rub the hand with '
'jerome waa' alated Its decision It was proved that the rest of us., than'I ever did; I have
Ion;' where Mr. If'was
and the
cad and
practically'unanimous good cream, slip on old loose
I not taken
he lady had sworn falsely she was :"DUnbJlf'', to"ard the close of his remark any medicine for my stomach -
i Bar AssocUf.V
..
'address the Georgia These duties
opinion that a water route should be, I loves. are little that I (since -began using Postum.
h perfectly Innocent! of such Intention ,
any said
', ; *, :
,. .;, established take but few mlntues'to' do I ,
-. .. a : yet If but she had Why.1 believe Poatnm will 'almost
,
that
V 1 I w r sworn she had 'And my little friends If you do .
'allel'
persisted In replarl. systematically
.3 : never signed her name to a certain doc all these things some ,day you will digest an ironwedge.'
'* :QlRL:WAS ,A AS8A8&IN. will result la sotmesJ and whiteness . ument. The document was produced wear a gold crown. Yell each of you "My family would stick to coffeeat : ,
4 DMIRAL"A8WNATED.i4F 1 of the hands, and to her *. first, but they saw the effects It
....:... ; utter astonishment, she saw some* day will wear a gold crown. I
bad ion and when '
,ef Rus len'Black' See !Report-That ChoukNI'Dled.at.Hind.' ; Hew Llft'the her signature affixed to It She acknowledged ' "A little chap in the front row me they'werefeel'Isg
to ; bad
Baby. they began to1' use Postum.on .
af ,
the
once.that signature'waa eating the poet' friendly
oP..Pomalp'Terrorist.rah' eye M
Out"..1:Action.flM. ; 'of biting at a.time..until now'.we all use
V/NCtht While the milliner
a young; hers although *he hd Just sworn'that piped: 1
from, 'artastsyol\' }lxsslsrw According to a 'di.D" from fievastopoL child isv seemingly"of' minor Importance she ,.Postum/* lame give by Pottum
.:. .. I had never;signed the paper'In .'My'fader-wear'one: noW. ; '
that' ''> -- "C* .,..k..ljv'aefle ,Russia.( Ja Vrfillbly; \ stated at the ,.same time It la of'enough question.' .It appeared that,' during -'Not\said tie poeLrYe Co.i, ,Battle''Creak bitch;

w tC.io'......, .. ',that ti fhp/euaeel&ot'Admiral: ;; '}'Choukiln 'concern' to I1kehe.ooll8lde" lon. The her husband's' Ilfet4m; ,'..whenever J paper *' ..- *. he docs:.:on' his .toot,' said" Tea days' trial ot Postum, in place'd'' '
lij iI'.' Io of!, . ,,: , iafat'are of''toffee? proves .the truth,, and:.Vy,, .
twmman'def of bones lit an soft.: not easily\ were, to .be: signed, he.told bee the little,hap.? .
the JUaek, boa fi.et5w.sjgirlrdisgutaed'rattlte and' ,
sfcotealtor W e94ftJ' pfeasanti.wa-y.t. "There's a r.a-'
vae daesdtayf.lPVO I broken but very easily bent and shaped where to writ .her.name, ,.. 4ta'napeda""taa ,:battletlip': Oteka- # uniform It pressure,1*) .constantly eieitedonnr, as 'ahe''was:told, without ha1'lDc'the': Tbe'P'iench'flnd, fun "In leidslaUonjust. annr ' ,;;1' 'J.-1.'

';' emoratns;;"without_ :ajaoldknyt{!! ,Noarrea, "tiM/Jwt;freea ,near, the" 'same/, locality' ...Treasure, lightest' -tariff the contents.ot''thepapers. . as do.'some ,of, ..the'' ,soloj\ ot famoCa IIltl.pkgs... books for."*x'he'copyo-tn Uok0to(1'vHvill.ye : ;;( .?( '
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: ; Coal Trade Journal "(bat Iv't.hework' .! IT, 1 IS. RtiWtrS, wee TO" 'wtlE"t' '.:
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'r upon this line will he done u- --- o' ;.;

lag'J tit cannon' to. obtain a simulation Diseases) of wvals's. c...gad'

'blow. It beear fully .........t'Pale ;
of a,, -out phot. has asW1PakYawYls -
FOOD'W . #I'
,dustin r
demonstrated "that the 't1n"'' on1 ", '

soft bituminous coal delds'wi11 be- ;;" It seems as though/ ny back would THE 'BABY ryP'ryP'X'
: come Inflamed and explode trader certain break." Women 'utVC these "wordsover

if eaten. daily; ,.there: will be,tt dallyaction ,conditloes'but'so: far, :there i.no and over again! tout continue\ to .
record e(, ad occurrence: of this :drag[ alongand saffes pith aches in the . .
.of the bowels'} te .re-.. kind In any' of the splint coal I mines mall of. the back, pain low down In .. {'a! t
"
the aide bearing-down" pains, nerrousneaa ;
/ AFTER ,
tt ,. moved nutriment retained;::" It' and since it'J* the practice at some of >> and no evmbltioo.for any task.;
'- -
the splint mines to' leave'' these coal l *
J ,.
'01 "Breeding .G..... keeping', and If the milk is low In but ; is made from the whole wheat catlings,, inside'of' .the mines wIth, the the :Its .
above experiment WU made ,
Breeding ter;tat, less:than 4 percent the animal : (
geese do not need special "'-- '- 'view ot ascertaining whether th.rdu.t' FIRST
'feeding or care.'Th 9t will keep them. Should produce' 8,000. pounds to T>. tnrontable berry. u from the cuttings from the splint coal ;

r, elves In rank prime of condltion.lt meadow, where given they unlimited -. one*" -...... _- 10 cents a package could a blowout be shot,made to A Question explode has by ,t,BATH{; ;w ;

can have Treating Old Apple Trees For ...e
Orooers
ample exercleei A small by.all .
;
risen In the IDt.S, of the Mate WITH
I feed of oats at; GeAnan .
sunset i-is often given newspapers have been pub- department to thea4"ll&bIUtr
mine inspection at
with benefit )Isblng articles describing experiments 1BO Bushels Winter Wheat P.r Aer.Thu. as
the removal tR
.tn. 1.Id eI saw a Red OIM s'brtdwlaww'b..ta. of requiring :mmPhysicians
ooking to the improvement of declln- / /
df.I .t.mp.forf.mrnp.of.in. Y :
Green ,Bona>> Inc apple orchards'of the Vaterland.A .. .1.............WI.WI\It,. B.tr.rUIo.re, from the splint mines ot the machine "
t4mo V 0r.w,a fartal P> >">> cuttings. At present there seem to 111OAP
Green cut bone undoubtedly Jn-1' brief outline of ,the experiment MA1.zkM.aanto.MPure ;: :1o"! J. v :". for cuttings from some : ty
market
creases the egg production; and Italso ties been forwarded to the department be no e o ,, -
would be a
materially reduces the demand of commerce and labor by Consul Ma- Water'' a Tonlo. of the, jplrat,mines and it
.
'i '' for- hln of of the worll feminine dead expense;"to, the operators te remove v
,4' train, but bone meal, containing Nottingham. Of five long rows Onealf \ :"' :tt
a* it doe but litUo ,water, ground 00 of apple tree,,he writes, one row was drinks too little water. They:: do not these cnttlagSv Further experiments the- 3e

that It U about the ahe: : of'a kernelof left,untreated and the four others had know what a real good, healthy thirst :will .be made to satisfy

wheat U always ground from dry different combinations of manuring is, and should cultivate one by using State nln*. inspection department to v

bones, and while it;helps egg production The row left vnmanured gave 104 plenty ,of salt both in their food and determine If these machine' cuttingsare "tt :
some Is not so, digestible and Is pounds of apples per tree during the its natural state., It will tak. the a source t f danger and If It 1* ..Miss siege brk i !,, (I, ; 2/

not to be compared with green cutbone. five years from 1900 to 1904. both in-' place of a ton., If Its woman who found that they are daagerous an et- Realise back 1 1 r '
i that the *
elusive and In the fifth year 11904), bas flabby flesh and a hollow chest fort will be made, to compel the removal They do not woman's organism
the
'I which wa* the year of maximum, yield' will form the habit of eating plenty ot such cutting" from all 'tpllnf and mainspring-quickly Indicate/ by achlmtf/ r.diseased ,: ,Phannacl9tsand'

Light Horses NsediActlon.;; for' the entire orchard, the weight ot, of salt meats and fish thereby creating :mla.." condition of,the female.cJI'p.I endorse Cutlcura
Nurses
Action Is extremely' Important in the apple per tree was 65 pounds and. 'a thirst for water, she will take or',kidneys, aniltaat the aohe*.:>nApadas.wlU '

light horses' It 'should, be ,straight;! the number 294. The best result from on good, healthy flesh,_-1.4'! round out The' 'Altehee',Again. continue_until the caun; ..1*. 'SO p because oft:its delicate.. ...

I and,, true. At the trot. It- should be manuring was obtained by. a complete her' figure' in an :astonishing' .\ short "Once in Danbury," says a ''writer "move..,B. PlnkhAm's' Vegetable)Compound ,-<' .:medicinal,. emollient; sanative ,

// what,Is known as the straight, line manure, )consisting of'11-8 pound* of time. In the Baltimore Sun "I dined with Lydia.has been for m-7.Y."" th<:; and antiseptic properties ' '

trot; no wabbling from one side to? the sulpha- ..ammonla*.11-2 pounds ot aa,English farmer. We had ham for one and only effective remedy In such: fromCuticurap

other, or swinging the feet., The ac, basic slag per tree,per annum," ppUe
k tion from behind should"be ;straight the toots during the winter: During The farmer's' son coon' finished his kidney disorders a.n4ore.. the fed thereat Skin ,Cure, united

the feet picked up smartly hocks_well the' five year the yield per tree from Vitality Sapped by Tears of Suffering portion and pasted his plate again. male. organs to* health *nditlon.I 'with)he'purest of cleansing',

flexed and the feet or both fore and this dressing was 163 pounds of apples, With Kidney Trouble. '!fore '1Ia\, father/ he said. ban suffered with female troubles for .
: while by the fifth year the bearing In frowned. 'Don't over two y..n, suffering IntmiM p.la eaclI'lItooth Ingredients and ,most re-"
The farmer say
back ached unto U tieaeMd as '
Immediately creased its Ml: apple, weighing 105 Capt. 3., W. Hogun. former, post.master' ', may .freshing. of flower'odors -
) ] f 'am, son I '*ay 'am. though I'would b.-k. and t felt so weak .11- ,
pounds per tree-rthat II, the weight ofX6e of Indlanola. now living at '! did, lay 'am,' the lad protested, over that 1 did not And se'etgch t.o attend .. :For preserving, purifying,',- :'
'SaltforCatti. apples tree increased d Austin Texas, my work hot had t ( per by manur- ,writes f .'1, was la an Injured toast of the tint two or ihrM days every IDODtbf beautifying the skin[ as. / '
Prof. Henry says that-as nutritious Ing from 85 pounds on tbVunmanured afflicted for 'You said 'ami 'ci-Ie'4 the father, would bays ileeplMi nlglito,Wl dr.... and ,
trees to lOG pound. the manured .. "''... AJ1 iibIsuIdeamiIIecI well as for all the purposes
food, ouch as grass, etA; Increases the .on .,.earl' with fiercely. "Am's, ''what it should be, nn bad- my:
l appetite one and'twothirds ounces of trees, or SO,9 percent; while the num.. pain across the 'A1, not' *am.' laalth.'"We oonm1tec1uoldf.t yphv' lclanwbe of, the'toilet and bath Cutlcura -

' salt per day should, be allowed for ber of apples Increased' from '294to loins and in the "In the midst of.the"controversy thefarmer' driwd that I try Lydia B. k6It.mregrd..... Soap Is priceleSS; AbsO-: '

cattle, and that when fattening them 401 per tree or 86 percent The In. hip and shoulders. wife turned to me with a little MblaOompoond.and .,j I Wm& .. : be
the largest amount named should be crease in average size of the apples Is .. deprecatory smile. soon tQ'UDI1 tat 1 could &Jeep .nd ..* and may: ;
I' had
.
better than had done for mootfaa WltIWa
usedyfrom birth.
given them.'rbisIe' a matter that is remarka.bleTI1011e from the un.mlltlllted headache also ",'They .both think they're saying two smiths I bMun Ngatar and I no long** the hour of .'

" often neglected, and much IOM comes. trees t averaged 2.98 ''ounces and neuralgia. 'ami' she said." tiffM- tram Uekaoh*or pain."-lUte Maude. .
. : from such neglect/""'Some cattle :-: each, 'and those form the manured Morris Bea LadW Aid and Mlsrion 8odety i Sft1i .. :
grower My righteye; , SS R. $nnw AttoB<...C V .,
8t.q j jAt .1
place rock salt where cattle can get trees. 4.19.. ounce each. from nittn.rwiiA BTRATEX3Y. | ., -,-

'. it when they want It, and Claim... It the" -:-Notl"- of little use to me for year: : The "Young man,", said the stern'in1f!: one tlme'Belgium'wis' the.veriti- '

I beet way to salt them. f Farm: constant flow of urine kept my system Iron''in the hallway :.'I? don't think 1 1 ble apple kingdom but 'the fecundityof Avery & CompanyAVBRY. ,
t deep the ewe putslde as much as depleted, causing nervous chills .
the Belgian tree has departed,
Corn "ould care for you to. call on my apple .
i Meat and for Nine Years.' possible, but do not expose them to and night sweats. After trying'seven daughter again. and the qnalUy>,rof;,.'U1. /fruit makes I"OCUIOU t'O'' '

; 't In series of nine :years' experimental rains or anovs.' different climates and using all kinds ,"Why not?" asked the young man It fit only*for stewing. ,*, .' __ AMcMI4AN.: ; '
bog feeding at the Wisconsin In late spring! feed cow clover Say: of medicine, I bad the good fortuneto ai-OS,South Foreytla..., Atlanta, OaAt ,
turning pale.
Station J?rof. Henry's ]lastreport and torn. For early pasture put them bear oLPoan's Kidney Pills. This '' -. *. & 01iYIACHINER- -
with to
"Well, to begin you are,
shows that when'eorn is 'worth '40 on rye and wheat remedy has cored me. I am as well '1
that
heard
: today as I was twenty year ago ahd disrespectful. I ,you say. ,
cents a bushel there is a saving of 2.2 '
f Lack'of available plant.food In the eyesight is need powder." _
cents ar bushel when' the Is lay perfect"Sold WOMEN
corn soil and neglectare fhe great causesof and art ,
f by all dealers. BO cents a ,"Y I, baking powder you
{ ground and fed as meal, and when It unfrultfulness with orchards.XInd HAnd ,
,
many box. Foster-:Mllburn Co., Buffalo, tie best cook in the neighborhood. . i\ wj
e Is 60 cent a bushel the saving bygrinding treatment of'the horses develops N. Y. after that mamma always mot will And in MOZMCY'S Imotr

2.8 cents per bushel,.and at their beat.traits'and makes them him at the door when he called and Etzzta the ideal laxative: ;'a
,76 cents a bushel for core the savingby / leesant and thoroughly tea'
more companlable as well a* more useful. him a 1ower.-D.lrolt Tribun&ATT8,8tVltne'Dance
gave .
Reason In Animal. ,
grinding Is a little over ,4 cents a -- \ liable remedy, without the
I bushel. That :station has maple continuous An "totelllgent animals' compel Jeast danger or.possible harm
and exhaustive, feeding tests .Don't make the mistake of planting7 'tion"", has'been held In :'Paris 'toy a :NerwousDl.easespel.masently .to them in any condition'.
seed Because it Is' believe that cured by Dr. heats Great Nerve peculiar to themselves.Pleasant .
to show the difference in feedingwhole poor, heaJli- Cheap .society whose member x Kertorer. W trial bottle and treaties fir. a
shelled and ground corn. These seed always proves high priced when dumb animals have reasoning facul Dr.H.H, Kline, IxL ail Arch$.. Polls,Fa. and thorough in taste,la mUd results inaction '
fall comes. ties. believe that animals, while
w.re' They '
experiments confined to 'shelled
Of all cities Rome hu most frequently Tested for 35 yew' ,
i corn: and "Dotcorn 'and cob meal. Breed from the mares and to the liat.lion. acting mechanically in some cases and been ,in.the hand of demies. soe. and $1.00 per' bottle at'

Feeding teats show much larger'sav.fags *'that possess, and''whose ancestors :, .Instinctively. in others, 'are also capable , W ; ; all Plug Stores.,.: .
Vr
when cob and corn arc'. ground in' all direction* ,po leaaed.;the : forming association ot Ideas .....* 'I&.ctbb'atDncb"-,,"-: ........1. Frisk ."fln.llci...., Jll

c and fed together.',,.-'' .< J 1 ,; ..f.f1' ,.{, qualities.which, are desired. inthe'off.epring.i" .) v which one philosophical school hold. tion,a1la-pai : .MOZLEY'SLEMON .,.... Wheat Separator. ,. R"
;'" f ..,. "' ........ .,..
x .
... -----:;.. : : -*> *. **?r- ?* to fce the foundation of'rea on.. -r.r.--- 4- \

Curing Morse of Bad. Habit. Sometimes' there may be a sore teat In the late contest trained "learned" .f The f10OOO.Mayor. of' CUeago. receives: ,a- salary-; ELIXIR ',
;
'I notice that veterinary and when the animals were not rewarded., The % rk
your a4vlse4 pigs begin to nurse the lbavhoM'I
consider that trickperformingcreatures A man is never quite so much 01'man a "Oar Dow. . I ;
Judges
.
placing a muzzle on a horse or mule to pain will cause the sow to Jump up; : ,( .. p
.: 1 f keep him. from gnawing.the'woodwor"kE and she will turn oa the, pigs as, the taught by laborious and a* when he 1*' explaining, .to
'. often cruel methods, do not thus show some woman: that she i* 'nothing buta
of- his stall writes a ot of the, aln
correspondent > and injure them.
cause i TAs i ....... .......... .
----
vnural New Yorker. This would be a a'MIl, the horse real intelligence Dosens ot dogs woman.' 'M.-_.---,.---- ,..,..... .-
better bred is : -
1 : which'went, thr u.hlrr1le'. .drtJJ..Clttl s d.Bora .;- Medical;>Department
troublesome remedy, as It would have the more valuable' he la,, provided he MST JlPrMYEDSAW,MH.LW{ E.4MH-. = .
and
I to be. removed every time the 'animalwas 1 Is a good animal while the nearr which ,Jumpedthrough hoops, -TERRIBLE ECZEMA. TUL"".. UMIVCHtlTY OP LOUISIANA Large, >Knglne, and Boiler*. supplied ,. -
. fed. f have found that.by paint-. fowls which danced the polka were I.. **9m.tftm f ,.wod I 1 lnMf c 11_, bar !aamp ,
thoroughbred he is the less be Is !. laborvlMtf a.a abaodABt h4Miitl i jaUHalar promptly. ,.hinglt Mill, Carts Mill.,,
,;_. frig, the. woodwork with coal tar the worth supposing he 1* a.bad. animal. sent up Jto the show; but much to thesurprl.e Mouth mad Kjr: Covered With CrmiUHud a .nn.l.l. fr*- mnnai. !. give. so tb. tint- Circular tawc,ftew w.T..thP.ti pope. .'::'Jetea'm '
'' took no Charity Rntpltal with to bMa
of their owners, sad som paU sta.n.Wy
wood-gnawing horses would PI.n.d X> 11'.1.
.
:l When the brooding hen refuses to 'pod".1.- S.eivN e.lly. al the aevemor Pull line Engine 6':
".re never bite It afterwards. 'The tar prises. The silver gilt first medalwent' ... Gmi9 fcy Catlvmr. _"".CII""'._... 7b.a atsmio.bee..oatet.r
.,... Mill .uvplle*. Send for free CatatOd ie.
voluntarily return to her coop at night to.lad F." ." i
a .
which
i should be put on while hot. An old to a,Japanese dog gave "When my little boy was sis Booths fIo So (' .Dkln"-; '
( 'A' broom or whisk brush may serve as a but squat outside, -you can be pretty different'' bark and made. a different od) h. Lad _ana. Xbe sores extended 1'.LNDei__. ...1. .... .' tAtS-'Ot). aaid, Fs FsoTTu F---

*f paint br .h:., I have'also found a way sure that the coop is neither fearfully gesture to express various want; for so quickly over the wboU body that w* .t ."

T to cure a horse biting his halter strapor lousy,' filthy or close, or perhaps all In.tanceputll C Its paw to; Its Jaw one called in the doctor. We then went <, ..,.
k three. Investigate.There" to another doctor but be could note/ help
: :when it was
rope by boiling? the rope In which 'with a,peculiar) yaping him and In
bar'' of cheap 1 le always a good demand for hungry. It, :thus showed undoubted our despair w* went to a
f a washing soap has been third .e, Hatters became so bad that .
This strictly fresh eggs, winter and summer. for forming.'associations of :
.dissolved. remedy ,tried on several capacity be badH-egular holes in hw.elIHU;" large
' 1t horses'which I have owned never This cannot be said of some other commodities ides, The silver second medal was enough to put a hnger into. The food A

c failed. One.horse, when I first got him to be found upon the market* bestowed Jointly on a dor; a cat, anda had to be given' with a'poon,' for biD ciiILL TONIC

would bite a heavy rope In tWQ almoetIt The man who has strictly fresh egg hen :which' played absolutely like mouth war powered with crusts'as thickas WILLpRNA

a* soon as tied. A email soaped rope to sell, does not have to look far for. a children With their mistress;, She hal a finger Sad whenever be opened the CURES CPHLL ; l'1 '
mouth they began to bleed and .
suppuraM.aa
.
- !:i.. cured him completely. That waa nearly purchaser 't 4 game of football twltt them In thepresenceof
did also his eyes. Hands, arms, cheat AND ALL. MALARIAL rEVCR'l1fe" tft;
ten years ago and It has not been A few dollar spent in cleansing and the'Judges, and,the animals sad back, in short the whole body, wu Baa Wen a ataodar hoaiehold rtttetaldy.fee on* es years,< f.
'
It 'necessary to tie him with chain: since, disinfecting premises will prove a profitable enjoyed It thoroughly wherea covered over and over. We had no ml Heaaui to taker INTO so badaQetta11k gplplp.t bsr I
Investment A great deal of the idea bf play,and make, believe is by day or night Whenever he.waa laid for eMhtreo. Gear..de 4 by all dra'saSrt ia. MM<;

'Faedln8th.,Cows. the sickness in the flock could be often.:supposed i.to 'te, pecuU..rly.hu.- in bis bed we bad to pin laiD baae:. down.etherviae .- sue$1 bo'eua MleattiwlMMMdnwse, t atnpveMpddeaneeatafptuL/l tuitaS!, ...
: be would scratch !ail face, and a iviae ;
:At a reading Club of farmer In New traced directly to-the presence of filth man=.-Bost n: Budget. ,, make an open..0.... "'1 think his.face matt tAtIL6s .xanftni PCTCK a co, o c.rl x 4 te r.VWe.iTyffc y

I .York recently Prof. Wing of Cornell oaths premises.' Clean up the .houtte* tare itched most ,.. ullv. ,

University said In his and yards and keep them clean. Without'CoknAlng. "We eomd ,.f
.address, : finally thongnt nothing help 1
CURED R ,, 1...,, .;a
\
: 9 1'C'
-"We do not keep animals for the A number of,small portable poultry Archbishop Temple, .was 'noted for and 1 had mad. np my mind to seed ray 1 y.j.. ..o

pleasure their,company and it takes house come In handy on a poultry mathematical ,ability.. 'A peculiarity wife with' .be .:'Dct to Korope hoping the, qroaS "BBlteQRloHle ....1\1.\

about;three-fourths; of all the food for plant, as they 'can .be used ?to'pi .ce . of his pg.en. not in computationor the sea air, migHt: careim mood, otherwise .n 01 .lIrf'oJ''fE"'lIn"rt
to be mider medical tarethere.
was put ,
maintenance ration=that is.' to keep brooder 'in. In the early spring,' and analysis,'bit In the ability to sees But Lord be blessed matters cane la a tore << It

e. the animal alive. Now this one-fourth later;'can be. utilized. I for. growing definite;number-of. object without different.'y: aDd we soon saw a miracle, A dare I.S'T = = ..

;' that goes toward a productive product, stock:: breeding-pen* of laying ben, actually counting them; in the. ordi- friend of OUT spoke about Cutieura. W* ''- gheafreb.Nothln.caabtIrcr . .
,\\O ,-Jlf. the feed i* cut-down,' cute off first ,and 'can be,moved to different points nary sense, is mentioned in Mr/Sand- made a trial with Cutieura Boap, Ointment ' ' neeUllsie.write Of... H.Be N.. reen's M Allaiite.M'. *_ t11b8alrendul! t ditarfeitltt fili r c tJD,.

':, from, this one-fourth productive ration, on the farm. ford's memoirs ot the archbishop. and BeaolvenU and within ten dais d'tlQql' of th.e. & asp. a
"i
/ l .. .
,''' and'correspondingly! cuts off'the'pro.fits. The colt which persists. In getting its 'Everybody sees three objects,, not or two weeks dust we aa noticed/quickly a aa d.cided'i.wprovement the sickness ATLANTA; "' )' /...mUE dktrrtl't'afi.' : !, "

.- Later study ha shown( that the' foot over the halter rope or strap as one, and one, and one, }but ,a* had appeared it aM! began is duiap; mouth Iaflame4-eys*..bysimply. ij w

{ balancing of rations down to small should have the rope paused through three; most;people can see four;some pear, and. .within t... weeks the child wisabwlntely .. t-a wanarau a erne doslngrthe I storaacb.v u ifM !e

,ii'' percentages formerly thought neces- a hole in the manger n'the ,end of see five.' Many of those.,who think '' well, eel bis skis was smooth Tb. b.to tll.elty Tbs famn5a.I1"in.. eJnHr ta xq c

rary'need: not: be done for good remits. which may be hung a weight that will they simply, '' see six would discover: and white as never ...10.... if. 1I0hraalt.eeideta& tillflxl Shorthand end PraeilraJ. 1Iui>"peyp5e5 aHec uatj9t l aF.. i1?'
'' carefully ' |* of the IX L. .Jlohratb In half the lm* and a* half abe .o to( ple7et.m. .. 11'o.:;' i't
observed the UOmptnyUkonfactarera ill
Food, rich la protein, such"'" aea at all'times take up: tile\ slack, keepIng it hey process In othtt iphoolw Good po ltloaa '**. j '
gluteD'meal and dried brewers grains, it taut When he lies down it ,' that ,they really make a aulck of Pill Ribbons: 4 to :* cured or Bioney r."' "d..d. Clip Ukla ad, nailo '
willgive
...
Kink Alley, Both *.tSirhtm' ft., J. t.r.lv.larg..alrltyfueletea. o..dj.:;
r have largely reduced; the price of foods him plenty, of. rope.., count' But Doctor Temple certainly:: .. I IIOI!." rUfevery'seldom .:A::t""ltf"\ h dNASJtrgeries % ,y"7e; ,
numbers. tested him iris ,.tDpe >tGbiand ,
Uke ollmeal. which was largely used aw higher .J '() a<< "

I' ,to supply) a proper ratio.' The bulk of The Real V.lu.of- Collegs Education: quite suddenly more than once. "How face CAPUDINEMl Uq" aa4soines4.td.ruroc+s )" "-
use a pretty M jPprqe" .tb4f, ineetluctxetbly. ,
'
sheep hi that fleldT .
''k" the ration is an Important matter' :We are apt to overestimate the.val many as a bulwark for' brain.' 1sedI "MlhaafalA,+t t9f J .>. tJI' *IuiPlel.' osier I 'ix
h: Whose; animal that chew the .cud ue of an education gotten from books Instantly came the answer "Nine.: :'CU RES wurls.SIT d+r]'hQ, t..I,,, ..' ..... ..''U

should hare'a reasonably full stomach alone.: A large part of the value of a 'Once he saw thirteen. I think these'were 0I'ed' at 00- .INDICESTi if'ACIMTY a__ p'4ct.4S9F44ts$4It5LiNL{ s.a. ... 1.
.
i [for the digestive'operation: to birds flying la i group. It'waa ... Iff ,
on
) I
go college education comes from the \ -1bt' "
soclal all who take Dr. Bimen BneUbfcrry -
\ Bo says *- .
the beemanner" 'The the save process with him to' see :iIf.a 'a II' "
alfalfa "
11 plant!
'
't:. Intercourse of the students, the'reenforcement. Cordial for Dysentery,Ularrboe sad
oes nearest to being a food perfect, .. ,tie 'buttressing: of 'nifte or;ten Volumes In"' a ,book-shelf Children Teething, At DmggW lso SAd Wo. i ..eI.e.ee..U.e.st.. -. :
..
;
k Its feeding Talus,. although perhaps character by association Their faculties .* ,lit was with m. to s" even .five Better' eneyl: PODest.m&D.; LJavt.thana : .

a ? tu. rich In protein.. .wf"a are,.sharpened an,
4 d1., Cow 1* a pro Btab ,one, that is. the'attrition of "mind with- mind/and largermbersv. !".a.:t.'; 40'1' ',,.,, lip'tJaat. she'i* nervy. ._ "i ''the Son Xn>r;lPI ne .if.lJd.IIlIni: , \ s>.w .1

,. ,_ ,_ .
milk producer It can be deter the, pitting of brain against brain L. L'

I"" } '' e4'wltbh"a. month,.and If sbe 1* which' stimulate ambition, ,brightenthe

'" 'ii' profitable>than-tnV:average Jdeals. and open nj new hopes

"\ i or the state, ot New'York;, which and poodbintle*. Book knowledge is

1 ',r4 uoa only: 4,400.. Pounds:or mDka .valuable, but;:"th.S:knowledge ,which: PI a nf atioo C hil 1C is G

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Platrlct 12 11--J.rt/eSE.Craae.Tempa-.Al. Wlnburn Mallory, . ::Sott1o, Tite-aH-ray: former patrons to make'm place their '

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.OUirlct, 14-F. P. COD L.kem" . hcmlquartcrs-wlicn in Orlando.. .
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Dillt.rlet'tJ.I'NewlaD LI'eo.t,, 4 .' LOWESTPRICES
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UlauiotDUtrlot 18H.H.. > Buckmao, Jaok-. : 'Phone 1OQ.: : OrlasisoeFree Pla.. "

soavllle. I BY TME GALLON '
,19-LouU C. :.Masse.Orlando. ./ Phone Miller's' Stables. .I 1.
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District ,20-D. 'H. Uaker Orsoget i RYE fem $2.00. ,
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District. ; 22' -W.. M. .Ulrardeau, Job Printing $25 REWARDS ........ to Prohibit th.8.1.dIntoxle.tkrg CORN from $2.00 ups .
.0 Monticello.District Liquors In the Town of KMmmee dtybrSolleitinc -
23-1. V. Wither, Lad Ordem la 811 or Dallver Same la Such '
GIN from
d'L a ke. ; ;;Wtcu 1 1 +f. $200. up .
County Oeeeola
rf_ the of did on th l.t
l>Utrtct 24--W.t Harris! f--Key day of February. A. D. 1W'*. vote aejainat th.aale
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To the parson possessing the In aaid County ok intoxicating iplrltuoua. vinou .'. .' i
f i ij or malt liquora under the nrovtsiona of.Chapters. OTHER GOODS
DletrlotDistrict 26-8. W Clark, plountstown. -
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Title 11, 1. Statute* .' ,
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\ 29-E. S. Cr11 Pal.'... oldest Mathushek ,,F't i an o. .1, AMD WMBBBAS Florida.under the.lelona';'Chapter PROPORTION '
OJietrlctJDUlriot 27 Joseph U. HumphreysUradentown. j Just i ii 4481. Law*of Florida, any Town 1cs. Incorporated .' . ,
..-th.*-.. lawe of aaM State I.authorised to .
'$15 reward to the"person of such Intoxleanfa .. .. --
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prevent or auppraa*lllecal -- f
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28-.P. W. Hams, New .- : I i wtthln Its limit ha any County wherein" the c' :
8m'rll".. i 1 1j" aal of such Intoxicant haa .been wholly forbidden
&. Saoford.DUtrtot . the oldest pursuant to an election duly held for that purpose With many thanks for past favors,, and '
,,' District 29 E. <"'no a '- .possessing piano under the eon ti tut ton and law. of sold State
30-Frank: Adams, Jasper .' and punier such illegal salve.'

District 31-L..IDe.. W. Zlm, 8*. Au- us' Call i ii II of any other make: Please THE NOW: COUNCIL THEREFORE* OF THE BE TOWN IT: ORDAINED OF 'KJS8IMMEECITYl KY. soliciting a continuance of your pat. 1

s P ..D1..1c3"J- ,H. -.H.- MoCrearjrGainesville. SBCTIOH 1. That ahall be unlawful for any nonage 1 am ;
i i pereon.for hunaelf.' or'a* the wont of any otherpereon ,
send to ..,Ilel& order for the ,r
corporation
us your name, your res- or R
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TQOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE .ale. and future delivery of .I. "lrIt- or Yours
m.ltU.uars. In the Town of Klseinuneo City. truly, .
Xlachua-T. A.. DokesantsTeB'dL ; ; Up i 8....:*;. That any pereon er' pereon who shall '
dence, the name_ and number ,ioiat.thoprur/.Iauof the flret section of this
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Carter, QalnMvUle. .
Ordlnanee shah upon conviction be punished by
Baker-U' C. Cobb Olustee.flUradford .. Imprisonment In tbe Town Jail not exoeediiur '
E. S:. Matthew., 8t.rke;, of'. your piano And when sixty dollar. day. ,or by.. fine not exoeedlna one' hundred R. T. BUTLER., a
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H. C.Pple Duke I I S.... a. An ordinance, or part thereof. In
JlrevardWadeU..J 0081.TI'uI.U Ie. conflict herewith be, and the aame .rs hereby. re-
.lboUD-A. M. Wilson," BIQbbIopawD. . Valley-Gazette I purchased. This don't cost peeled* .
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Read a lint and second passed la open
i session this 3rd day of July A* D. 1WW. JUG. TRADE A SPECIALTY.
.l<3Urus-jr, w. Knlicht, Floral City; Attest: W.1. VAN DUZOBV _
Clay JB.. Long, Green Cove you anything,,. and you may t. It. GILBERT, JR. President of Council 11
Clerk of Town of Klaelmmee City. r
Springs. Approved. thla tth day of July A. D. 1 M.LSesU s
' ,.. . H.'LAv.utFort' White L. i iThe or Mayor of the Town of X1m..... City.

Dade-John W.; Watson Miami.Uertoto t '
-'-W H. Hooker, Arcadia.. +Rfe M4lf/R1MhlkAllf. Non-Resident fSotice.In .
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X/IJuval.' -If L.:Jacksonville.'E.pambhiU. Farrls.. B. Melton - Smile Ludden & Bates :BTATB CIRCUIT FLOBIDA.COUBT', SBVBMTH COUNTY' JUDKSAI.of OSCBOUA.CIBCUIT DfCMANQasYe "* LI Q U O R S

N. eo.too.P60.acola; ;fi
M. O. Baj-fett, MoDavIdrFlaakUn that won't come oft, appear on bab, "TAMPA, FLORIDA. !
face after one bottle of White,. CreamVermtfuge.thegreat The ItlcTnUran Trust Company, a Corporation orBaniaed refALL
3,F.Orlggett.ApalwhiCladrtdeni. I .
under the lawe of the State of ..Blathlamn -
worm medicine Jun2 -Jra I I ICheap' ...
and
4OI.rt. ; .t N. Sailing Goo 1L Burr:
H. .WIlIIe. Quloo,j W., Why not keep that smile oo bab,'" vs.8etuel !
L: Taylor, Uraoohvllle.Hamilton facer' If you keep this medicineon Hanson,-hi-*unknown; heir. :er'any person THE LEADING BRANDS OF ;
J -Jobo Brad,!haw, Jenv hand, you will never lee as1'thtngelet Excursion Rates YII.A. C. L claiming .by, through or under labs. "'
but mllM. on hi. face. Mrs. 8-. To Banrael Hanson hi* unknown heir. er anypereoa _
lfegi.WrJsppef' >
v; .Inlnfcs; U O. Blaokwell, Okla., writes:, "My: babjwa MONTE A OLE,TENN. -j Rate of one claiming .by thrush or under him.Tall ..
and fretful. "Would not '/a,.., plus 26o for the rouod trip.! Ticket NoUoa. that aworaBUI of Complaint haa ham.
$erdsodo-C11e. V ;lUoa,. ..Brook.-. peevish filed against you In the above styled cause to re.roovs WHISKIES '
... . eat and I feared Le would die. I useda .I.7>n aU June 28th 30th. July 3rll. cloud from title of. and rafoim the deed to :
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bottle of Wbl'e' Cream Vermlfutrr N 1-101 8e!f.86 Tp. e Ii south. RaM
'HiBeborougb-W., W. K. Decker 5th, 5213th, Stfth 31.tl. A Ug'IIlt 16.b, 17th, You are therefor notified to and_pleadto
J. ** ' ,-T Sprimtn; John and hsba. not bad s sick day inoe. tb said Bill Monday tM Sid C"of September. .
: k. .. iBan ,. limited August 31st. on. .. .... .
Extension oo .
R. 'l8ft Plant Clfj,,, Sold by Ro'bl'r.oo'. Pharmacy >'.' A. D. 1MO,or the same win be taken aa eon.feaeed I ;':';';';. , 1 .. ', .
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........,r'J.=I ul, Bot lf.).. -- ', -' -- .. /";""" payment difference' between fare paid It la further affalnst ordered yon. l;That this notice, be'publl.hidon..s.rh :.J"S\:L.l.. ,', ':I...,:,:.'..,::\ _0".1', ,.,." . . . 'f"\ L,," "'...."...' ', .
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vlll and nUiuiuer( Wurlitrate can'be-had ., "
tirao In \
;,, "'I ; week fur twelve auneeaaUve week.. 1f: '<"Pv.., '. *' .'. "v.i ) \"
=IysokeogDUUiaCeeCi:: ; : : ;. J1 'Low''nATEs.f.i i : until October.31st.'f.; ''.i.,J*'* K>,, the Witness Klasimmea the Honorable Valley Gaaette.Minor-JS. '..Jon.Jud." -ft--.. \ Imported. "' ) and''Domci -'Wines'PortdSherries J l
.MQ1oeI1o; .. . .. Doe Court
.,: ASHQVirXE, N.: C.-Rate of of said Circuit and the Seal thereof at the ,
_ J. D.TbomponLJoyd ', i VIA' H...... at Orlando.. Floods thin the'th day ofstone. "
r4a'aet.te-D'O. (Jaltrer- Mayo. rare plus 25 cent. Tickets an sale {A. D.1SU6 E. Lo LESLEY!: k.SaAL Angelica. Clarets Sauterne lllilno Winifes
( ,
S., 230i:> and 27th floal limit ) By W.a. HARWELL D. c .
Lake-S.; P. Kirkland, Altouoa; SOUTHERN, RY. July 2ey AA. G. TAaauog.Canpl.lnaat'aSolicitor.' tS-1

o-r F. Smith, lAe.burl'JJc.o.f' r ,August 8th., ExteniloQ: may be, obtained Imported. '''and-Domestic .Brandies Gins Hum J
R""'"'':: : : J'.'..Wfl.onaiuekloEham: ... I $52.10. ta September. 30th. Notice Application For Tax ,
,,, .egn A.-:8. .Well. and, ,Gilbert. -and return.Tick.. ''
; : . .waueeVl: : .s. PAUUMlNNEArOUS': and Scotch Whiskies..
BT MINN.
n i id.-l; mil i. *W- M. on Kale Auir. 'ib," .IV' 12. lloittcd Deed Under Section 8 of
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L y ,iiH.'m .' Wilii.toa ,- dug.22., 1906. =Low Vatos/7; Ticked: on sale August Chapter 4888. Laws. bt '"

" Llbert'SIdoeD.Jobo..D.'Brtlitol'Nut.oo $44.05.. lOih,11th, and 12th with final August Florida ,

f ,. l.R H.I..MUlfuorEllsrllle.'RoweM.dl.oo:; Detroit,, Mich:, and'r !urD.' 'Ticket :30.t Fxt[ nslon to' September. 30lh. Nutlonti' hereby liveo, 'that. David Bail' -

,.a.l.o't.ee-J". A.. Urahatn,, Braden on sale dally. ; llmlted'Oct, ,31.: ; 1000..' (nay be obtained.', pun-huer, of Tax Ccrtlflcato No. '<<, dat- THE FAMOUS::
& _. .
-; < r4 the "I! day of July A. D. 1 hsaSled
.. towo. # '$54.10'i WASHINGTON. p. C.-Rateof one said cartlljfeute In my ..m..., and baa road .. 1

G ,:. ( arioQ, ..,E.L.-' \Vartnian.yCltra; !Sara toga Sprlnjr, N: Y., and re- fare pine! 21)' oeoU.. 'Tickets on sale apptlialiou with law.Said lot tax deed to luurlu acoordaoi. . -, -, a .

,Geo. Ot. 4attbewiOoal turn. :'Tickets. sold'daily;..limited, Oct. July 27th, 30th and 31f with final certlfloata embrace the following d.. .- Cream of Kentucky t' E
.t Wooroe-C. LKoowle. W.,BL Ma 311900.; ,' : :. limit AUjlu... 8tb.- Extensionof this bribed. property situated lu Oaooola oouuty, m
'1 looe Jn'Key' Went.SA $65.9 : limit. to September 8th'may be obtain. Florid. lo-wlt: Carstairs Rye
ow
Y = r/ Two ((2)) arm In aquirc In cor. of.4of
: 'OgUTla, Callahan ? .
th r N..1 Jaa.L, V;*
,,,. ',:,, 'j> sold dalbrS.i' .limited -Pew" 31, nearest agent, or J. G.. Kirkland,. D, the iMuauce of .uoU oertlOcut lo the. name of I Lebanon Club .', ,
Bourbon
',Or.oKe--G, . : : W Crawford,' Conway: fww.. -7 > ' P. A.. Tampa.'Fla. t'pVnUnl"W".H laid. certlRcatvi" ..h.l11t.eeme4 aO'nnrdlni I ; I[!
% jf-Q Abernathy.Orlao. / $22.90WaihinRton : t" law. tax clued will l....9. thereon ou I ' \Vilkelt.ounty _
u -dor / themiiR darof JIIIT, A. D. 1 isufl1 I r
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K'1..lm D. 'C.:, and return, Witness my oflk'la'' Iguatur and seal this BDDWEISEB "" Old Cornmi
'O. -ceol. .' A mee.E. Doneifko" -. Sold July 27r 30, 31;'" limited Aufif; 8. WRiTE, [.KL. ] tb. :2ld.: day of June K.,r A... LESLEY.Clerk D. 1WM.. Harvest t \'

jP.aeo'n J. -.McCutcheon,. Dade. Extension Se t.8. I Circuit, Court, _ _ _ J-TJI P

i Cltr.: : "' $ 3.60 By W.B. HARWELL.Oiceola D.O'County. Florida.- I' .' I
+lPblk'-V'J Durraooe, FortMsade!; ; St. Paul'or .Ml 'oepOll' 'Minn., .

.. H W' 8o :ll, Winter and return.: Sold Au<; 10,.1O,1. 12; limited Notice.oi'Application 1 O'r Tax 'CllA5E'S BARLEY MALT ''''4

Haven.'Putaam Aug 31; ,extension Sept. 30< llXXi. THE KING OFBOTTLED '
.. Deed Under Section' 8 ot 'J
I H A McKenii, W., A, '- Distilled especially for ,.;
} ; $48.95, Lawsof .
Ruasell 1'alatka. Chapter 4888,
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$.. ..Hosa-r-J [Lifsr/etlBstdsd: | ; Niagara Falls ..'F.' Y., ands+return; And tell ii. about four ailment aad leant. Florida.J( medicinal use
St."J'obo.-W. A Moa Ticket sold dally; limited ,tit' 31, about BEER I
:;v > William*, St. Augustine. 1908.: (' v Kollceli hereby given Ibis Nathan t..mona.Eircbiaerof . .
Tax Certificate No. 970, dated tbs ..
"fit..'Wole-C F Olm tead,Ft.Fierce ,$5 .iio' Haggard Specific Tablets June A 1>. 1H97. haa Aid said v .,
nmter.W .C G''' KIIll Nl.1 Wildwood Toronto eertlAoate. Inmy office" and baa made appll CANADA MALT '
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L7 Canada and return. Tick. and SuppositoriestS. rallonfnr taX deed to \Imue lu aooordance with
LiveOak
oi:. ""SQw.llee. ,. r*;WR Dorman .ts. .,.sold. dally limited .Oct.. ,31,, 1900. . I law. Said. certificate embraces, the followingduMrlbed
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.2i) :; W. IL. MeUlalUn, ,
it I' .Iboro. ... ,'$ .4,75. old reliable cum for'ia&ga&m, Ner- Florida. towltiixAti pmpeny.IluatedinO.o.ola000017_ LIB S"iOZEl) and other brands of

t,; ,;1'Y'tor.-T; J Faulkner, Perry. Atlantic City, N. J., and return. lour j pebSkj., ; ; Conabpabon. ICitloey and Sec 22, Florida 28 U R Agricultural HI B. Co'l.iub dlT, O' ( : ) Whiskey' too numerous
Tp
.. 'uOlu.I.-W-.s: P.rkIIlPo.Datoo"l., Tickets sold .dally;, limited Oct., .31; Blaodt _bIeoi; Let. :VrtaUtr! and, all Tbe said laud being ......;... at the date of v
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t.1 :" ;. inoe.. :-, $, kindred d--.; Pies,dC. Drusyida.cllitem the luuanee. ol such''evrtlflvate lu the name oUoknowu. .' ,to ,mention l: ..'!:
,
.,' ''Walton=:J HRicbburyLalireLm11.Wssbiu ; ; $62T8Newport'R. at 50o per boa or they will! tween* Unless laid certificate shall. be redeemed .
rf h. B Caa.at r, Veroon .; .' I.; and 'returnTick- ; of AJJremiSpaciteCe. ai.oordlnft to law, tax'''''''' ..lIIlun. thereon' . \ 'f> ..
& ( D-W: .-paid pon receipt, price. on tiu.mh: dr or A'<,''i>t A u. moo )o, ;
. ets ,sold, dally, limited Oc,., 31,: 1906. Witness my offlf lal algiiatnre d.Aul tb; .lh' ,
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-, -- N.mtd:! AtIuu.cN'otide' : . lush day:Af Jiilv. i. n 1MM WhisK :
-$3T.0& Bottled ; ,
-- in Bond
Get leiati'; E. u LtLET: y ;
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to Rid of Bedbugs.r :: ,
How Washington, D..C.,'' aod retuen.Tlekett ,, .... f ClerkClrouitCourtOsocotaConnty. I Florida. , 0
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." : J !;.iJtn exchange' ,BajiJ; The following on *ale'''dally,I. limited. Oct. jSf: for ubllcation; I ByW.B.llABWKLL. . D.C. .

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Jltda'IJ.Q': ...11I r eradicate bedbug. it 1906. '-, <
r Notice ot Application to Sell Bass's' Ale' 'Guinness's Stout
: 1leIoloa..- are, followed! :' Crash '''a $46.05: it D P."rtme..t a the Interior. I' :: ,
I.nd.Ofnoe Galmevtlle.' FUb, July 141995. 1 1Notice '
> ball Real Estate.Motloe .
,. ,halt pound camphor orgum Cntoafco, 111. and return.- -Ticket : '
la k br rtvm that the followluanamed f-
,-.npbor. put' Into 'a. .demijohn ando out sals dalljl;;) =ilt>a Oct. 31, Ittw. avttler ....ftUd notioe of Ua. Intentiou to- .' Ito hereby. given. that I will, on': the lgth 'LOWESTPRICESBy' THE GALLONRYE
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