Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00239
 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 27, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00239
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,jfKlSIMMff. $ BASEBALL .Mill Murdered' at, Fort 'Gardner.; THf .,WW ASYLUM ."

I The-boc!" ,or' Ed;. Granger: ., wood

: :' WALLOPS ST.:4UGUSTIHf. rider at Fred MoConnell'. turpentine Alib'-ltSh SCANDALS. TiE A flNGSAL.

,. <* till at FortGardner, who war shot .. : E -

';* and killed from'ambush .... that place .-"' : .

:' Came EverWitnessed Wednesday, Ovening'sbout 8 o'clock, "Dove" Alison Seeks -to Get W- Ii .
Fastest and Best ., .
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sons brought ,Into sown yesterday ""'= ....:-.. iF l1<

; on Local'' blaIn morning' on Nate Malloy'a naptha. )forms, Established in':that'Ins ,' ,

launch and turned over to undertakerTbompsoa -. '

: ", moneL ,. ., ., to prepare for burial. solution.Mr. .' SUMMER c' .. '+s :
I I I GOODS I ,
A. near. as .we could learn' th* par- : ,, ;
: the fastest and best game: of baseball r..loular..1there..re two negroe work Allison'U a member of a well- I : .

\ever seenon the local ball ground: (![, fog on the place, both of. -whom were known Florida family. and tells of the: 4. '

Klsslmmee last -Friday defeated St. I In debt t4 Mr. McConnell, preparingto : orualtle practiced la this place dedicated COST . '.

;, Augustine. crack team by. a score .x>f leave. -th e still surreptitiously Wednesday Q.. ''to"Dove"the care, Allison of lunatic'a fruit and | AT .. .
41o2.
0 Ifb. Mr Granger learned '
+ I':. 't\\t The game waa witnessed by a large of this fact, and taking hla gun with vegetable grower of DadeixFuoty: who \. I I r .I f F
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I. has been an Inmate. of the Bute lunatic . ...
,1' .crowd of apoctators. who expected to Mm went down Into the negro quarters ,
,\ the borne warn up one of the asylum If In the city. and toll off s .
and
see put to try persuade them to remain. L- .
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horrible condition that exists 'ID't.hl.. I .r- =------ -
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best ga-nes of their live, and they It is supposed these negroe saw him -- --. .- ,
'1""' i were not disappointed.. .' The boy coming and hid beside the. road'and I Institution.'' Florida( as,a Cattle,Raiser' >' 'MSPRIN6

were In fine fettle; and all played the when he ".* opposite them emptied, a Mr. 'Allison' father WM the' first When the forest of Florida fall be- '

jjame. for all. there wa* In It,, never load of buckshot. from a., double-bar* physician of this Institution, and the oretbeaxe'of the lumberman'

once losing their head. or becoming reled gun In his left alder There were family are. well known all over Flora : what' will depend the prosperity of upon,the AND SUMMER'
Allison
WaMr.. .
e-; In the least rattled. Th 'tally ..beet.t'l twelve bullet holes In hi* aide bout I .ildeDtiib.d'.ome steel?Ia a question which seems'toisturb ; ;
I allowed errorless gamefortbebometeam bea-; I nervous trouble last winter doe .s beay.'to : '
# an the region of the the commercial: pessimists.The : .i
while only ODe error.was charged. The negroes disappeared and hare 'exhaustion brought 'on by following' Item ,
In the Ktssimmea
; Each aid waiting on a; sick uacle; but that ,b* -. GOODS'I'
fl'p to their cot been The murder
. I opponent atwo sipoe.: sons Valley Gatette of the 20th'' instant i
. .j J' reached hU normal state afterwards. U _
11ft made. two hit'*.' a most dastardly one. and every efort. an answer In part, tw the question. .
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! I Dr, J. .W. ,Simpson umpired the fgatioe 1* being mad to apprehend theulprit. evidenced by his action then and since Other answer* may be found In otherevelopment. ,
; to the entire satisfaction of both .. I 1 Mr. Allison bat oertlfloates of chard .
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.,, kick a aoter from Iesdtap'oltlaeo.,, of Florida; all over.Florida, : f I Dry'' 0oode, Clothing, shoos iuia'Notion'?
: .1 teams, there not being< a *lngl* ,Mr. Granger was native of South .oA "Mr John 44. Lee, manager for lob.Lee .
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:' 1:' registered\ against any of his !deoltoni. *- Carolina, but bad been -with Mr. Mo-: It now working to secure nuroetous Parsons CatUs Company, deliver !

*j Connell at Gardner for the past two reforms la the State'asylum.. ed to Mr. Howard Lykes, of 'Tampa in EndleAs 'VarietY'and at Vera':
has Issued .tetemeot. ;; ,
.He :
.( Captain Woo4 o'Carson, who played ehreq yeah. He well known printed re-
or was
; : O>|n Monday, 468 bead of fine beef cat
'i \ lhrd| hue, distinguished himself In aod liked In.Klsslmmee.; lr..rdloa-'oondtt.iODa'.t. the asylum'the tie for shipment to Cuba. Tb cattle iow 'ltios.
' ,latest of which I* as follow: ;, ,
A number if brilliant 1 pl"I. Be pIck. I frOm .1 y I "
sd up seven batted. balls most of them Four Divisions Will Compete.. "At the asylum I was choked_ beaten I were driven at Southport; tb.'and' Lee PaI'lOII'raach I,- JI" ._ I' r
delivered
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' over the head and face' stamped la .,
requlrtogqulokactton'add got themto President Brown of the Fair Asso- her ; Mr.
Lykes chartered
a special
flrst-basemln, Will Moeley. who elation says. the,Morning Tribune revs the stomach kicked repeatedly and I. xf I
train to haul the cattle
from here
} wad. always there with the goods In lerday announced the different" divisions otherwise mistreated, and. a* 'one of Port. Tampa, where, they will, be loaded to'. ( -H. C. .STANFO R \'

time. to put the batter out. His playIng In"which tha various counties will the attendants put It, "You caught the boat. .
called-lfortb line' In hell for three day.". I then bad. gotten on They were Chipped! Till oiICINATol y '
throughout the Iame. up the coming State Fair, carrying Tuesday morning and U o! .LON aICES IN [11IIMM1e.!
better, told the three villains. I required. ,
many expressions of commendation out his .*-U.ot. plan| for dividing txelisaiule .
to bold
car* them-
from the large crowd .of epectator." the cite lab four part In ;order waa not Insane knew, everything thai Cattle C 1 ,,
1 4, and contributed largely to the splendid thai all counties may be on an. absolutely had passed before my eye, and defied raising, of course, 1* not a '-" . a .

victory of the home .....m. -, aged bast.' v them to lay the weight of thetahand< one pew thing for Florida. laJaot, It U l. ,- _.. .tJ
of'the oldest:: .
Uoraoe Wood all,'alo. made. splendid The dirlslon'of the counties I* a* on ere ..al... The sixteenth day I had state. and It, ha always industries, been profit the BIJDPED] TREES ,1 "
r catch of a long fly In the left field, follow: the worst chill and fever I ever ,bad! able 'A
when
even the cattle were'allow
4 and made. double play to second. and was kept dragging around 'nearly -
WEST FLORIDA. roam
ed
at will and take
fo care of :
all of whom eight hour before I wa*' allowed to
The St Augustine team ISLESWJRTU'Nuns(
'were ..tranters "in KI..immee. took Escambtaf Santa. Rosa, Walton. gob bed. themselves, Instead of, 'as DOW, being E'1lunf
Uolire, ZacktiOD. Washington, Cal "I attended to on fclentlSo principle. '.
have
that the seen many Inmate choked .
their defeat in a manner won
hours Liberty, Franklin; Gadsdeb l. to the. floor The cattle raisers of tb. state have DOt >q: 4 Pao 6 tucD'ASB ,. "
admiration of ail local fans, and on different! occasion and Toaa.: vJW; HUAItDyMsNT., '
Wakulla. Leon, Jefferson Madison, a* yet'reached perfection,' but during : ,
proved that'they were not- :only good otherwise mistreated for no offense at W* "m ban ready. for Fall
Taylor. Hamilton,- Suwanoee, Lafayette the pact few' year. 'decided next and Winter plintlag'' gaasral
aggregation all, ana t.bo..lo _the '''rOu 'b eider'dep.rtmept progress assortment of
ball but ofwellbehaved Orange and
an Columbia and.Baker.' baa. been made in Improving the blood I Grapefruit T.0 all i leadla.,..1'''''
young gentlemen., are. abused In so many tie* trees budded '00' good,healthy rough iLesapt ....
: Manager Morgan, Biie" Is Jatlylated : i: MXDDLK: "'QRIDA. ways that they are mad to feel that. of our caul, and'some' advancement Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from laaaet peat.*W ay Id...-.

over the'uniform, 'auooes with Nassau,' Puval Clay., lradford1; those .la charge: care 'no more for them on the cites of Improving All names budded"Our from facilities bearing tree.la our grove and therefore trtie to
for'1rrQ.IDIr
which .. 1 0' think AlaoUua., Putraan than If they were Wild 7 beast: with more nourishing t .bone and nursery. stock are ae.od ,10y
r bb Levy Marlon There tbe.p..ture.1 our tree are ..* -One aa . ?
ara axperieoo -
.there If no.ami"LtnJr..Dd. "D.. Lake 'Sumtef and l itrus.' -. are number that..are not Insane; bu wire' trail. can. produce. W* are .. IDODela /ijS'.y saaon 01 '
'all home ... : BAST riXHUDA. ; are kept there by villains on' the. bat The'secretaryof; .ll1' the'tamou California' Valencia .. so -.0. ,
Washlngton'ha faith enough la the the greatent mobey-maker la Florida.. -0...' Vaieoela. .
bod
The St. Augustine boy played Ide. Many are worked,like I eo'nlct.e. at sms.
Volurls direct
St.>Johos, Brevard, S. future to from UM ben bearing tree* lathe dWtrtot
of Florida propheytbatr it now f.OM>u* tee
I worse than r
defeat-
gain with Orlando Saturday, was murdered by people producing the best Valencia la California. '
tog,them by a aoore of S to 0. *LucU; Dade. and Monroe., at Live Oakwho, put me-tlie...wltbou t will be a'great cattle, 'Browing ,atate.It .Write for Prices to'J.W.'Hoiao' O ;.; ,
< need only! tt.'P'Io.CMII and Nur-
SOUTH rLOBIDA. ': legal trial. a !good grasa, and the fwaiur

Mr Tborman In Tow .",. > .Lae, .beSoto,' Manatee; Polk, Her* by a the attendants I was that treated the ,}authorities so .badly bureau of plant industry, <:'which ', haa,, Ii .arias at. W.00., en. JI'IericIa' " R.... ., R.. ,. .' ".'-

, ? n.lldo. PasooVBIH/..borough,' Osoeolaand wilfully'misrepresentedmy$ conditionin l ..,Jopecl'lome wonderful, .....*** .'Lt (!" .. i] -i' ,
Mr. H. WTBuraian ..arrivedfrom recent years; ls'no'wbnay' ; tn an1 t'
effort
Orange, .
their,letter friend
;, ,to. jny// .
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I and has been' spending the weec'! '10 bal more diversified product.; than. anvstale roprosentatlotis.,knocked me out of th years be more productive la money to?: QSQEOL .
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town.greeting.his many; Jrlend here t.b.,Union. 'Therefore, to cut best crop and beat ,.at"'*'work I eve Floridian 'than. either lumber or: tur-' :; r.

I, When asked by a reporter1 a.* tothe ; all counties on an equal footing. tbidivision e had .cost log ma'' fully ,'I, OO, jan! d peDt.lne.pl'both'put. :, 'together." ;,'Tlme., ". ,
hotel petition *'nt binby the business '1.j ..regarded 'as 'absolutelynecpiearv. nearlycost, life also .,' differed t t1 out: : PH ARMAGH.THE .' ,.'tj .
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w."m'. n of the town several days ago,,Mr. i A large. ,premium. :.will be time. '.This was the climax o"a JUe LEADINQ, bRUOk, : ., Ii'"
.' Thurman stated that h* wa' not a hotel glvnn to the banner county [of >acb pent for'other*;:;" Gus. Broward ha. Guy. Fdk'' Advice to Retail Met: ; 'STORE; ,t, 1G ( .

, roan. .-and ktew nothing 6f the ''hotel : division, and theo"toe/. bannercounties bten"In'poasessslon of'''the'' f.ofor, 11 .' t "ochants.,/ .) . ... .".. ,.
"' builoeas. In fact be said. he was ........ . ..
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,compete for the grand prize two months, and a. farm. I know, ha :: .-".. I.) I 0 '-' .j +- '
not lookfair for any kind ot busloe., I This will cause competition to be all I done nothing to 'correct .Lbole"'e.-U.. : /DDNT :fOWCT : JS
L either here oisewhere\ but."... tryIng -i the keeoe?,and more strenuous. My fetter! to-.'Tbe'People of Florida' Governor: Joseph. ,W.'i.oI, ,. ..In addressing : .'

'rj tb get oiii'of\ business'. ,' Following the Division of the counties ' sod 'Preliminary Report of Last Leg.' the retail.: merchant of Ml' ; .' I. i'

;t f ,{"" )!He ."ated. however, that be still Intended . the campaign. to'''get all. represented lalatlv Committee" will be mailed to bptiel.FYefieroooGltyspokeagaf; . ;" I." 'When'1. ",,1.

1., I, t'f.' . ,to build a brick dock of bust.- 6y eibiblt will be even more strenuous any address on'application to' 'me aLfveOkkorMIahoL th."mdl-rde.; buslogo, and, favjoredtdvertlsliig ;, m111 ec! f"P-Eyi

''lib. ,ness houses on his Vat: Duior'proper than .heretofore. It Is ho fJ ed : I 10loeDd .to dom Jnysb.tows.' paper' *,. 'HUraTd f; hing!! l,lli"the 1)ru : e: '.

-,*Vj. ,-"I-T' .,- -:;- r..fr..*'' --.:-":*.' 'and Intended to', have'"represented at )' duty.teftatdleaiofmJowo'peri' : lo'part" : -r .- --- ; _

t !:' Mr'Tyiurman' baa, been suffering' the next" Falr"V"greater 'Dumber' I'"nnilve the people 'of Florid all 1 i ".We. ....' proud 'nf''' :our splendidcities '.
r with hay fever, and came "down' troril'Pb1la4elpbla' counties than. were ever represented at the Tads at the timeMr. \ ." .nt1.bem'too '
proper and'we: increase in -fl6rb1I6" : '
I 'fl Bottle ol ) FREE
by,"the,. Merchant, and any State Fair In too, country; ;. Allison's charge should be Investigated wealth and population, and ".' also to. I3YiiruGustoi,: r;;

Miner .t.e..m.blp'Un to'S.uah' for If they are tl-ue the Institution I want our country town to grow. We I?

in the hope that a sea 'Y ,.ar. would... A. Sincere i Iquuy. certainly. needs reform- with theclty* merchanU! to build np, VVVVV _. -

improve his health.; The writer, a taxpayer, deitres to Jacksonville Metropolis. II. but we also. desire country "merchants. '"' .

He will bring Mr. Thurman 'sa d make Inquiry, through your valued -"" i. to'prosper, 1.do Dot-;believe. ID*, the idci/k fiAc Ea ft lk. 6 c AuAuAuAca Ai+Ae, s

'C,. his father and mother ber*'! "'again to i papera. to whether" the town has '"a mall order system If a place la good
; ':>
'; 'spend next winter,;whea they willoo- I Pitty tis True tSunri iY'SOu.th_ Stables": '
rig Jfto;;; pass an ordinance punishing enough for' a man to live in and to : !

'.cupy the Okeechobee .building ,wblobe ''Msajtfjof' ainoeth* voter! have so One of the leading"" 'journal of the. make: bl.-1 ooel in,It 1. good :.enough

purchased for winter.A winter', .residencewhile . ., ,. "y'"tynirfaelmlngly'declared against"Che. country sa.rs: The; highest financial /for//him to spend hi* money In.' f.i' '

... here. last. / : '*". T understand the statelaw ex- reward of pol'lt'lc..re no lotajgerpfBoe* "No merchant. can auooecd .without fi LIVE Y '!t., '

"' prE.Iel, give that rttfht, 11.0. why but contracts.franchises and special.i advenlslngln, 'one 'way or-' another. :PEED

,1, y Wrestliuy ,Match doe not the city council pass"''such an privilege\ : *.V Patronize your own papers, build them a 'O
t A wrestling'match: lr i scheduled to ordinance.1 1 I noticed In the. VallevGatette .Another great journal says::!"'The' up; and they will build the town ,up = -'' and*! '. ,t' ,j

lake: place at the opera house' next I of last week 'an ordinance era.. cbe.p'"arl! of political 'place" UD'for and'build you up an, Increased "r.de: r __ "- SALE -

,' Thursdav'evening, \.ulr.d.orbeeoD passed 'pr blblt.lng solicited; order Hul.''now In' political manoeuvres. I aod greater Apportunltleai Do not be = : jl tl'
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STABLE '
rt. testants on the mat will be,M..., 'Frank'nrbltt for inwxfoattagllquori.- 'Tola 1*good 7 e..boa.,' is'nd longer: the man ''''ho. afraid that business Agoing to be .; !'# ; .:, "
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:.::.: ; ", a pupil of,W. 'J. Dwyer, and'Mr. but why not alsd prbhlbit the sale.. |t distribute*;'patronage'; '.There bos* hurt by the recent exposures.of .wrong "I '

i : Dode King of ;;Klsslmmee.. Th 1.currently believed. there are secret It the railroad man; the traction. m"D,1 doing in the commercial world., Noman I I. 1NGRAM. & GILBERT*,I.-,PpOPnigfORSy-, 1 f

4 m..tch.111. be for a purse of tlOO J' and gals. ,.made.; Then why,not ,,give. 'the ,the insurance m..o. the man whoI; ,l who U doing an honest. bovines I .. I. ).1.J
mayor and'march authority to"idealwith : wlfllbjf: to contribute can be Injured by tb* lightAll business BROADWAY POSTOFFICEV,:.
OPPOSITE
alt door receipts. .Price. of admission enormous, sum r .,. : .. : '
.' 25 and 35 cents. U, and require of them that,:.they to the campaign. fund, If only his ownInterest will be better:for the cleansing -1 ;' ? lfc-' -- lP '.

Both men are'training hard and the, carry.out the will of the people, V,NOW be left sale or hla De"projecc.e process it i* going 1hroasr: ..aDd for < Phone 102. t. ; Kisslmmee. ,' t; .it. :',

natch will probably biz: gooU exhibition : a/ I understand it, the .t..... law will 1 be aided." the stamping out: .tile." 2 All Kinds i .1// ..,.' ". "

+% of the manly. art. punish but'/court. n>e.eU only,,,,,toe a Protection'',', +!which means favoritism o 'Hauling:;' :\
:
? year, t.be..re .necessarily great''delay ts''WaPrfoe' ; paid b)'. 6fflclal4 Mrs., R.;, C Decider 'Dead. ... 'fF'YnYnw'Y"w-sr .."Y'iF-e ..".' 'rlot\d:1:: :

..r Meeting at, Pine Grove School *... Tte: mayor could1 deaL with 'It high and low.In return for oontrlbut-: iy>- r ; tic .-. ,:-, ..,. _- ._ ,?. _. ". k
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.'1' promptly I ,and. tbia would tend to break. Ion*. Th corporation pay ,tribute dispatch, to the -Atlanta Zoom.lfrom -( .. .. . .. \\f'- .

.f" Hou e. It uiTand' if the law_Is_...lola..cl'PJ'. ,'0, to.the party. in poxes: and .the party ty Covington,. Oa.,. says; : .'M..*., R.' . . .. ., fII', '
' t dllCe ..".au. for town a*' well i Osntletnen In power give' the corpor.dow .Iob Clenkter died; here 'i
Editor C.
: yaller Gazette:-Please'announce Thursday, after* *
lo the column of your ....jpe1It.t.11'1b" I ate!bf the 'council whys not puttsuch privilege of, tb.'peopl.wtimpunity. ) th. noon of typhoid f..er. after an 'Illness ':NEW 'GROCERY gtQRE,I ISY.bse.Jnstopened'spat'iiaody'k13 ,)
ordinance.
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'Protection" in the-fern
of
heD ,
W A.Cameron olV.ldoet" .r day. She lessee, basband. .
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'
ife Evangeltst'of Church of Christ will be1 ,.J . tTAirls. ; of high' tariff; franchise.; 'floeerr' -. fou>'small children and many; .friend ' .... .1'. ".... ,

'gin an unlimited aerlea.cif ', .. tiacataalikethogiven!i to the'beet and relative to incurn'hJerJo1lira. ., .YQ1 .,"i ,, '
mpettcgsP1ne .at. All .S;
TbvorW '
c 1'O..IICb09l house.August la t knows that Ballard'a Snow :-Liniment., r: :trns and Immunity. ;from'punishment. .Cleckleir1'\;will ,lice ;remembered' : 'oldsand. . ,. "wleh:a fallsogko! fgn'!" '1I..1

,, ;; ',:30 p.. m.' Dro. Cameron;Is,'> >rio'bl.. has ,',:no superior!: ;for' Rheumatism I for""'pelmes.li'the<, .policy. )'.now,' by Klsslmmee''people' .'..,; tb."Uao'; :FANCY.. AND :FAMILY. \, 'GROCERIES'f
peskeraDd all do', Stiff Joints, CUM Sp..IIUI.Lumbairo I., : Be vj'R. Ct'Clecicerf;who was paator'o "*' an'd h ; .
;q .;'.I wjlll .welt.Vto hear: . ;rt" ' ; vI. : *peotfally solMt a ah'ara of"t pnbitepatronage. "t''
:.J.1J.IIL; ;; E"erbod'II"napectfulI7; ;: ,lni will.DcI.llpalo..BI11'always use Ballard'a It, try Snow.It and 14nl!.you I. 'X JIStOCkl iii. t..i'rilfat'. tbs.Metbodptosnroh'at;?\ 1t li"p1yore ao1 ;. ,/.. . ;Fre delivery fib ; all ,.part of.

:,::;vie d* >"K1nd.' .,,regardsfOryou. :, ::. ad. neat la all"IDJr'Proof of...ba, It,doe. The Old;' ', i-?*Drove'i'f1'j' Trite; le'rorUrlaat ** aeveral ; .a.o. ,,8faepapular i' ww:::1.''"' 7 I'Irl :.. to .... ...,.. 1 :

8!tFo"' !J.f( 'Veryltrnlylt' ;; All w*. avk'of.. : you :ls'V; .tort*,'' a ;trail ObW Tontaag k Yon>a what you are her* whb.all .who".,knew: her, ',,ruonBfCaT, ii .lxol'Iffl'

\ Ji.' .sealL J i ;4.Bii"C.. t'ARytDRD.1Fy : bot.&Jri Iioberoba'} Prloe.ate;; 60o, aad'tLOOSold. : taktiHr.' h 1e' fJ.w 'q......*':e'!*) -a and UM new* of bar daath will, b* r-- I :, & COLLIER
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I - L r PEARLS, 'Of* :rtfO GHT., '' RUSSELL) SAGE-NO MORE. STUL-LINED'BLoua., ,
WAR' ON FANATICS I -

.r : .It la' hard to' down an upright t cltlJten. Pound by Philadelphia.; Pbllc In II

b'Thi4iI ., ' ,T Grim Reaper at Last Claim. Aged andy Ing Chin** Shooting. :!'

1 r "No man ever',share the' self-esteem Ecoentrlo' Multi-Mlllionalre Complete verification of the'went .

of his .neighbor., .. ,.. 4.:' j> Holly..R9irer: \ al1 glfrQVO: es."i:' ief tiNiw. 'York ,City. ,' that members of the w

I Thick. toncues are"responsible' for a the People of'Seattle. tRuO '- faction In Chinatown wear tie ooatt band ]

lot of:.U!nIJel: '., 'i- t"flsdt'yoor ? :} .Sage;: aged! bultlniilllonaireef..Newyork' mail ''to'lIrot\ct. them from"neDl.
u'a '' Unite th.....ts of their ''
mind l storehouse but City,,died suddenly Sunday when the. police ''ill
recently
not as.a junk shop' at his country home edar- found <
_ TO BE DRIVEN FROM CITY. croft" at Lawrence L. t Tmme.! "..Upth11r the shouting Willie
If* Impossible tQ defeat an Ignorant The found an armored coat la troom'
York
man'In' an argument: ', ' dlate cause ot death( was heart ratlt1re of Lee Pock his alleged areat.

A' man may;save money but'he need "... . resulting' from1 complication 'of dis .. The coat Is made after the j,

\ notJiope to be saved by money.. Recent Doubl.'Tragedy Leads Author.ltla eases' Incident: to" old age. 'Wie 'rety nary style of a Chinaman loos,?,

Men have faith In what they believe to, fake'1'\, Action' ::.Er/atlo' eras his .financier, would have celebrated -blouse ''and* of blue jean: or heave ,

only when they want to believe It. Esther Mitchell Glad She ninetieth birthday on August 4. drilling. On the body It look like all !
Mr .
jSage. .had been In ..exceptionallygood laundryman' working blouse:,'
It's easV to be comment with what we Killed ? ordinary k
rfer: Brother.Tn health.. BiDce'tls arrival at his when the police picked It up they;|
have; It's what we haven't that worries '' but
summer' home about-six months
. . o1 ago. found' out differently; '
u ,
'
sequence the recent kill- At noon Sunday'--he was selzt-d with a The garment from hem to neck was
c It tent *q much waat .ethers say Ing of'OeorB.'xtt.Ch.J1 ''sinking' spell and of "
by hl.'slater. collapsed, falling. )padded --'W'Ilb steel In' the shape
:;
+: I 'Way of Club Women..The'way weigh 100. pound When two year* about you as they way theysay It that IntO, unconsciousness: about two hours Inch and a half square.'
old she moved with h. ., parents to .Ethel\ the .authorities of Seattle.. piece about an
luI-YoDum hurts.
:
ot. differ from
before : but
his death,,, ,which ,occurred at These do' not lap like scales are
;, "thoall.of' lubmen. and-, aa.lllustratlonof Castile and ha resided here ever' An ounce of confidence !In yourself Washington,. have resolved to drive ,-4:10'o'clock., brought together' edge to edge, and t
tf this 4s4supplled by u.'notice la the since she remembers the site of thevillagebwhee I better than the "Holy Roller from.the the ,
A pound of confidence In city It Is, generally believed that Mr. held with loops of wire. That
\ It a"'forest with '
wa '
'
n <"billiard-room' 'I.dlel.c1ulJ' r'- several smal houses. There were no others.--! , The leader: ef the bond lu',Seattle i Bale's vast Interests- will not be seriously metal-lined. coat might conform to the

the remind -
Jt ,
,
/Faith and Hope than they are' with. and made slightly concave. Across]
of the notice In 'South' Amerl house. Sixty-five: years ago she Joined although and living '
the a..married man
one '
: . back and 1
been Charity Brief Sketch- His Life, the body of the garment
I' the Baptist church: and has an
*. can Club I'Cque.Ungmemben not to 'with 'his .wife. Bather Mitchell bat examination -
enticed
.hdot"th active member ever since., She/sang ,Ths man who attends to his own affair Russell 'Saga nestor'of American fropt Is apparently a seam
; marker v.nltyerair. In the choir nearly tlfty years and'' has no time to laugh at the. mistakes : from '''her home. It wa to" avenge his financiers; was born on August 4, showed! that the coat was

..r.--- taught a' class in,Sunday school. She pf other slater that George Mitchell shot and 1816; in Verona, Oneida County New made of double thickness In 'the lower,,?

f Workof: a Girt| Farmer. known, to be, absent from old 7ork; where his parents JElisha and portion and' underneath the apron-j!
** was! not After-a girt gets to be about so killed CrefflH. when Mitchell war *
>IW :Ada"Gla.tfelter; 17 :rear.' 'oldjfcas' ; church attendance in five years Mlsi he tries to forget that she once wanted ; Pendence Sage:,, members of-,a* little like flap,, In front there was aTlong'
*' Jut completed the'task of-planttothirtyfiveacres brought to-trjal he was acquitted e* like a holster." 0
pocket
_ Benedict, In good physical health to marry; a poet., f oomptmy of pioneers from Connecticut '
; on the 'farm oiJxerifatheiv and showing( In an unusual'degreethepreservation Even J: is'able a >plea> of'temporary Insanity. cal halted while on their Westward i The garment weighs all told about!
dlstfnufeh l
a poet to'
three-fourths
r She ,. the daughter of mental arch In of fifty pounds, and Is about
faculties Only '' quest a homestead
brota-
Esther Mitchell resented her
_s t the l.t.A.: *..; H. ,GlaUelt4. .who was by'.the calendar record'' 'can MlsBenedict between the fire of genius in his bosom CrelHeld's'wlAow ,At the. age of 12 years Russell 'Saga of an Inch In thickness It was turn;; ,
killed'al and the gnawing of hunger In his atom er'*'act; 'rand he and > and will betaken
short br' being; ov'er to Supt. Taylor
_ tIme ago ed
with
.
be'
; associated old age.Sue1 with whom she wa 'on the beet' began his career,.as an errand boy
caught ,;In,:.the,,wheels.. ;of a threshing lives alone ;and,rises .at 5 q'clock ach.It's decided It In the! grocery,,stork.! of his brother, Into court as an exhibit In the
; fortunate for the.weakersex of terms upon revenge. fceld a
r.mach1n The only'-male'member' oft every morning; She has a fine ,col-' a thing Henry in Troy. 'At 'the age of 23bo case of Lee Pock who was at.
that'the agreed that, the one who. got the. ; Gallagher
*the family Is a crippled brother' and lection'of: plants and spends much average'man isn't more was established wholesale of bearing before Magistrate

d O. ,,"ark.Jt farming, 160:?,.acres' was.; time In caring'for. 'tbeO1Regjatet', than half as attractive" as be thinkshe firs, opportunity' should ,kill .George hlHjown.; In ,,that a :place. In grocery 1851 the to await the result of Yorl '!I Injuries'"Philadelphia

t left, to the young man and )'oune'wo- Post-Lnprpse; - Is.. r :hell. The.chance pame to Esther y'oung'merchant a' Record.
had fortune
'maIL.; .. .Ia. ----i- .. ; Of course It'*' a disgrace to get rich In the waiting room of the union.,, ebtlmarod> at. almost'acquired half a mil! "'i
i
WallPapers, ;i and Nrvs. by making others poorer' but the chap depot In Seattle. George Mltcbell lion dona..a vast amount for those The Hardest Blow f ', :
for .the, Debutante who 1 Is gathering the coin looks at' was going/ away and. his brothers,' '
'There has lately been a suggestion ? days, and determined to retire from An "artist .who has attained fame
A chaining summer1' evening 'gown that black wall might have the matter through' the other end of .Perry .and' Fred were there to' aeO however '
paper a active business life. He had and an Income was telling some ,
for the debutante has a tunic princess soothing. effect on the nerves of those the telescop.-Chlcago' New. him off.- Esther 'who had refused up 'already become Interested In railroads friends of hid early struggles "\ had:'>

,r'', '' skirt of miOl with tiny tucks fitting to whom' the'overgilding and. decora-- to that time to be reconciled' her' which he kept up through life spent elght.-.wefcks on the picture", he
the upper part of the figure. The two tion of has become TUBERCULOSIS AND MUMMIES. brother, Invited to go to the depot bad very'soul
rooms an ana-. was belpg at the' time of his death an said "and put my Into/
F flounce have eyelet work and embroidery thema. but It Is more than doubtful --- Dlstsrmint'set and :did so.* Concealing; her real' officer and director in twenty-flvo It, and we were penniless. My wire]

: and a band of &Dibroldel7hal.1le. that such sable'surroundings would ,DrSorgnac'e Idea That feelings she shook hand with each cr -'railway' and telegraph corporation was hungry and In rags, the baby .

h ,0/ the upper edge of the corse- ever become popular. Our walls have Free Deadly Germs. of her' brothers and chatted with .. I was sickly, and I was discouraged.-\
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1e4'Thebodlce.t'adsialyaffalrofthe more to do with our good spirits than ""Egyptology! versus Health" was the them until tralnttme. She walked Beside 'An incident which startled the hawked that picture about town desperately >,

mull with three bertha-shaped man7peoplelmarrine. and know of title of 'monograph received at the George Mitchell as they all started whole country 'occurred' Mr. Saga'4 only to bring It home at
', ,' \\'J ruffles.. and",ruined....sleeves, the .low one instance where the head headquarter of the No would have
recently Tuberculosis Institute for the train together, and a* they office' in the old Arcade building. Na. night one It"r>
rd4 d neck I being1 finished"WitHi''1 insertion'* ;,tonatch'thaton of a household.'not very,long a benedict of Chicago, In which It was alleged neared the door she ,stepped closeto 71 Broadway on December 4.1891.On "1 suppose that was the hardest"':'

,; --. the-skirt.. ., has! tak'en an Inveterate dislike that the great spread'of tuber'culosts his side, pressed a revolver against that day he was visited by Henry P. blow of your life" suggested a sympathetic , tt
to'' his abode Though he 1* 'not In Europe and America In the friend. M""'
his head and fired. She bad concealed Norcroes, of Boston, a man of unbalanced .'
,Clubworn'n .Aetlv. awefa of_the fact the-aversion Is''no last one hundred :year found Its causation 'Oh, no. It wasn't either. 1 could r
the revolver In her coat: .mind who demanded an immediate -
,
!? n Georgia clubwomen'are very.active*, Apub: 'IOIplred. "by 'the .dining-room in the disinterment and ship' stand that I knew I wa right. 8'ati: .
of
The girl lathat the spirit of ( 'Wjbea the
sift 1,200,000
.In educational work- They support paper he ment broadcast I I went out to
;. ? which., himself chose oven over the land of the next day answer every ,
three'model school in the rural district riding the opinion of his wife, whose mummies which had Deposed so long her dead lover" urged her to kill her demand was refused Norcross. dropped I promising advertisement The lasts

) and recently.opened- an' Industrial achievements In, ;regard to drawing. '' In the tombs of'the Pharaoh The brother. She says that It was blood .a dynamite bomb upon the' floor on the list read 'Dish-washer want-..
atonement; and that the spirit of CreT- the explosion of which decapitated .
'
schooL They also- .support an Yoom'and"bedrooms were all marked monograph was ,written by Dr. Rafa- ed.. ?
art-4raft.t'or'k.r.; Miss Lyon,' 'who r cce..e.., The dining-room, dark In'',' felle .Sorgnic,.one pf the lecturers .at fteld has not annoyed her since she ,'NorcroBi, killed one of tbe clerks and '"I felt secure of that so saved 1tis\: "

M" '!.trarela among the mountain: people td'teach peck to begin with, la"papered in'a' ,.. the Sorbonne in,Paris who was an interested killed her brother EBtber admits wrecked the whole office.: Mr. Sago for the last But when- applled..the;:: ':

t, ;the'production'.of. salable handttWorkJ lull, dark blue paper,, artistic enough* visitor- at. the recent tuberculosis that she and the widow of the "Holy wns only slightly Injured by the ex- greasy proprietor' of the restaurant,tf

( : They,have pushed the travel Irl/lts'-wmy/ ,.but'not by-'any means con, exhibit in this city Roller" were In conspiracy to avenge plosion. One clerk who was Injured looked me over with'a critical eje.yAb ; t 4'

'/+, tag and circulating. library movement duclve -to hilarity says Woman's Life, ."that: the disinterred mummle his. death. ..claimed'that"he was used na shield ye .* he ald. 'and what ,eJh; !;

'i 'BttI It:. Is said there 1* not a 'rural In' London ,sunless for so many started the spread of the tuberculosis "1 am not 'Insane," declared Bather by Mr. 'Sage' ;and'brought suit to recover perlence-'ai' a dishwasher have: y. r

hoot In the state'which has"not some months,. we need all the light and germs In Egypt/"cannot' be doubted" Mitchell In discussing the affair "Be. damage. Mr.\ Saga Sought the bad?'.

t ,. library faculties. simulation sun obtainable and, says D.., Sorgnac In his monograph. fore I killed my brother Mrs. Creffleld ease, but the clerk' finally" recovered "Of. course I bad .t any and he't

., .....,-... many a wall paper Is to be had which;( "These -germ' live for' thousands' of and"tnyaelf .talked It all over and "'damages. - .would not take me. I've never forgiven ..: "

"The Consulting 'Dressmaker. combines artistic feeUng' with cheer- years as his easily: been proven, and "we knew that we would be arrested- Many stories are told of the eccentricities him tor that 'awful Jolt to '

''We ire all cognizant women who *ulnea.There\ are few things harderto the 'exhumation of the bodies, even and the law would punish as: ;of Mr.: Sage.: He wa 'reputed pride." ,

.sue, pimply; .,.wtyhout the ''feeling for choose successfully than wallpapers the well-preserved ones, caused an ..H.."' continued Miss :Mitchell, to be 'hl..d! roan to part from :, !t'

dre... I They are capable of wearing so, many things' 'have to ,be epidemic of consumption among the peaking of. Creffleld. and in anewer to:>> his money He was: peyee well dressed Getting His Nights. 0'' ,,).
1 /a monstrous chiffon'picture hat with considered. ,workmen and scholars who first Exhumed . Uy' and 4t Is said that he always_ordered .
question, "wa a holy
a ; maD Mrs. Donovan hall .been, recentlywed :}
ub abort tweed cycling skirt or1' a' and the cases. It Is also well the cheapest-lunch possible.It "
brother of the world and wa and 'b"t
wa from tome,
NoNa to'a-'b'y
torlnc cap;With a muslin frilly, frock .. known that the keeper of the mummy has been said'that Ru.elltage!: '
defiled. It wa. ..right'that .lie skomJd proposed to have' him promptly en. ;
'
14 'k *""Wae young they wear 'the-'. heavy Silk 'muslins, some flowered some 'cases have been'.ubJec tof the diease. *-, what and Hetty Green were 'the two hardest -all hiI
be 'punished for he did. and 'dowedwith the privilege of
Ivaim.i of t age. ; when 'gettlag f on" with fancy -weave-'and*flowers > .- The start of tuberculosis In persons In -the United State t) .

,,..,., wit .ak*' suMeftly to the,most : seen.i' " -' .' ''- < ' are, France In a serious sense may: be the law'et blur ire's"Mrs. < '.: get money out rof. .V, """ ,,","".;' adopted ? land. .which had been berj'
_
traced to the "great Creffleld toe* .not attempt to) never home'-for'about five month
k :' iHis. do the1rbegtilve.gntsaua4Ics ** Importation of that he ,
1, '' Tpfeey I "Th coitO taffeta- bheckIt-make'very mummies and.. Justify .her'.part in the'shooting ea "j,,IMr, Sage boa.ted. <(VOn: election day *h* took Terry :flrm4 t
., : .jhe : mummy cases at -the he'
consulting took vacation and that was always
a
-pretty. Inexpensive shirtwaist led him to the ,
the'arm'and
; ; ly'by
.
>t r.dnsseaa time of the Napoleonic Invasion the ground of religious training nor
much of
Undoing to .
help wo- ": the first man at his
suit: They mercerised..; office. She marched to a
]
1 1IDor this type.. Efcypt: and this start gave the disease does.sbe! insist that the CrefBeld In- polls.. cap
r ,A, beautiful.ruche; is made of white man who stood by the1 door :
-' ., ,. Its first great foothold '' In Europe, flnenoe 1- still allre. She wa asked) 1' *' POlice-I
C French Taste 'to .> coque feathers and' fringed boxplalt-; : whence it, baa, spread all over the whether the tiplrlt of Joshua had been ANOTHER. ,BRYAN .WEUCOMKMMMM' Jerked ,her' ,, prize who seemed :'
eel cream white silk in alternate "" 01. posed to, I lag behind her. .
,
rows.Robei Western world. Dead bodies beard ,
'
whether expected
not she him
+ ti: < Whatever rumors there.may'be' toe 't may or : .' "
#.tJae' of white embroidery and lace. secrete the germs, bu 'dead bodl81 to 'return to.her, but refused to anWer. To Be. Pulled Off M'LoulallleProm.inept *view. s '
) contrary- ..Parts sip leads aad '
<, 1 This a. Terry Donovan me man;
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all-reafly to make are undoubtedly a' Men Will Be InvIted.
much
up cheaper: favorite lodging -
.It'.fw
.. 'a4
Ii _J likely to'leadth* .world In, all she'said to the policeman
..imatters'pertaining Joan, one] could make -them. ,are on .place.for the tubercular bacilli/* .. The MHoly Rollers"'got their William J. Bryan will ,be givena,
< to"fa.hlOD' name
'f . Land phwat' I want to know Is phwatll I
sale. Some of-them public and .welcome home
,are charming. leceptlon
*
I vt.mtnlae' : from, the act tbat. they frequentlyroll them'
,.' t frjvolltle do to have him made wan o'
) .&; True French tastes'eldom I bizarrealways Some i extremely pretty, effects are ,A' Cook's ,Contempt. on the. ground when possessed by the democrats of Louisville Ky.. (Indicating the voters) "an get his

.'1a.u 'effective-though, owing made In point d'esprit and other nets, ,The wife-of a. ,,weU-knowa naval of.a. religious eeataC).. Tie sect had and the entire south soon after th*.. rights as ass American citizen this ,

!" %: to. atrocities-InlstlUed: "Parlal DDe.? with little flounces piped with,colored omcer In Washington recently advertised .,, its origin In central New York that New York celebration. d.'T'1- '1',

,11, rgf'f" some Ba""h;'womn ban'.''tbe mis- velvet -.u.d. a band or', sash' to" corre'- for 'a cook Though the estabIshment prolific mother of strange, beliefs from A movement. has been on foot for. I_. ,,:.

"T '.taken', Idea that anything> French. laoitre spend : presided over by tbd officer's some time to make the reception a
.. which spnrhg ,the :Mormon, the Shaken HACK
]
y t. A .long pair of white kid .'gloves, wife la big event. John W. Treeland.. member TO rrarrrtrbat ,
I- i i >;< .- whereas !costly ltnplclty| Is was accord with their undisputed the Oneida community and the I .
ir'W;: the keynote of the Paris fashions. and embro1dered'onthe!! back of the band social position,yet'it: I* b,..no Holy of of the democratic state central Food Did For a Clergym1,
JCneebenrfera.CZAR .ii
.& .ene's eye la. never offended with mul- In pastel shades fa small flower and '' means ''pretentious. the'naval man Order ., committee from the fifth district, has

ttltudlnuous ?' trimmings, and colors, some distance up a row of hemstitch"ng has no means aside from his salary- .-p. ""_ charge of the arrangements. It' Is his A minister of Ellsabethtown leinj-j-

fI.. *aya Home CbaL. True.,mcny 0(.the and' more flowers Is very strik-' 'Consequently when one applicant for EXPECTS: .CiyW.. .W All. Intention to Invite ;'all,,the democrats: how* Grape-Nuts food brought!\ him .

'colorblend are'daring In the extreme ng. the position of cook., announced to the ,-, la the lOut h.. The' reception is to be back to his pulpit: 'Some 5 ,:years;

fI Abut; : they' are so skilfully! arranged There 1* a'veryi handsome handbag wife that her price would be ISO a Agrarian..i Qu..tlon.. No'w Before the held In the armory which will. seat ago I had an attack of what
i' it 'thatthe : In' &Tee\!\ enameled leather having, a month she was told that such : '', to be La Grippe, which '
effect 1*never crude, butal-. : wage. Dourna- Cause Wide-'Breach.' 17,000 peopH.
i 111' . ld slender 'vine In gold, running across were out 0( the ,quesUos.The ) complete state of collapse a.ed\\
w Vr.. >'ray ; ) fact,'hannonloua cook. A tStlPetersburg ,dispatch' Invitations Will be extended to Senator
: :
_. the bottom.from which came flower not deigning to notice the remark, says .J. W.- Daniel,' Senator Car mack. fared for some time with. \

:;;' ", i It Women Politicians. I In, Franc*., 111 leaven purple enamel and green'enameled went qualifications on at length to.give her superior The adoption'to the .nation'on the house the of-.trarlan.an address . Senator" Frailer; Governor Cox andSenatorelect lost-flesh prostration until. My I was appetite a mere. 'failed skeleton.! f!;

.. \*'' ;Tbe prominent.part taken in recent touching especially feared Taylor: of Tennessee, (
'*' 'I- A:very charming dance frock for a' on her'ability to getup smart luncheon It. f. will precipitate the na- life was- a burden to me, I lost Inter?, '
; ; election politicians John Sharp Williams Senator Money "
by.>women would '
| tlon into eRlJwar.. All of est In everything and almost la
hope a reconciliation
x'' Dot In rdius girl was'made 'of pointed mush and dinners Again the lady of and Governor Vardaman of Mi.slssippl.Senator .

surprise anybody France where
? the design pale' )'ellow. ,ro... -and .the house said that she would not pay, "I'YaDl.hlnc and the, government everybody save 'my precious wife.* ,.;
i tbere are "three flourishing! league of I Morgan Senator Petthe "Then
foliage andhegamed'with soft 7 Ivory (50( for a cook., Seeing that her deter- le evidently:preparing to take on the recommendation 'of
:feOllalD.,political enthusiast, .Richmond P Hobson and formerGovernor some friends I .
lay: a
? began the use 'of'
f W duchetse ,satin the top flnl.hed'with minatlon.wa: unaltered the applicant up thegaugeof'battle;: when it i*. ;
foreignexcbange.' There I the Johnson of Alabama Hoke Grape-Nats food. was5
/ At
t t Inch-wide killings, both 'of muslin and for the place prepared! to take her de- formally ro'WD.down.. that Urn I
"Uque Roys-Uste presided over by satin. ,', ..' As she was nearing the door I. Smith, >Clark Howell _exGovertureCandler' a miserable skeleton' without appetite >
'
{! 1,1' ,the,, Marquise de, MacMahon there and Senator Bacon of Geor and hardly able to walk across "
v. she t
remarked patronizingly: 1 see! '
A TIE uP' PRirrTEVUES.
.are 'also the "jJquedes Femmes.rraacaiies charming'form of, trimming 'and MAY' the room; had
Senator Tillinan ard the ugly dreams t
< : gin govern *
You live "
are trying to. within your, In ..;;.
one which should "
"i ,: and the "LJque patrlo. appeal to the econ comet" "" or of South Carolina, Senator Bailer, disposition to entertain or.
,,
) .*' ;41qne des, 'Yrancalef." the last omleallyminded'woman, Is the piping'' y Chicago Allied,Printing Connell Join Senator Culberson' Governor Lan- terUIned and began to shun AI1b&J1"no (

.'. Baixmne with, bands of satin, or velvet This I ,- "I finally, !'" gave the regular
ch.mpldued'by, "the Rene An Unhappy Comparison.Sir Typos ,In EJght-Hour: Ftg'hiAll' . ham and former Senator Mills of up
deCoration.
t Relle granddaughter ef ,the Marehal'Soultet form of costs much'more ';. establishment' 'Texas, "Oovemor''Jefteraon Davis, tatty. Indeed I could not ,, my,: 4
d'un temperament'deeombatH '' In time and skill. than. It''doe In, Charles Russell'when .be 'was of: the printing) .thoughts) on any subject, and' b.Clme.'.'{
promise to be tied owing Senator Clark. and Berry: of Ala
la Chicago up ,
the bar *
: money. practicing at was a noted almost a' hermit.
b } lit'con.egaenceThey form'"local ,lU _a After I had..J>*en
bama the/governor and'member* Qtcongress
iross-examlner say'Lawe Notes and to the fact thatthsMlfed'Pr'intlug using the ;
.t Grape-Nut
An food
; economical for
committee; cSl.trlbute.Utera- I II 'well a'effective'ashlon ; aphort
It was a shrewd witness who- could Council hare decided to assist the from North, Carolina, Florida time I
discovered
.' that I
la.that was taking
} rture...organise campaigns.:and so on1"That of providing muslin orrolls and .
circumvent him ,On one occasion at printer in gaining the eightrltour day and, Maryland: other prom! On new life and my appetite-began to .
the ''speeches sometime con- skirls with a hem of'.UIt. ;/
: erossway
.I, '!tribute to the llehUr1/}. side of elee- .: 'Thu. ''Ia'pnera11T about four east, however, the laugh t i was turned tor', 'which they: hare 'been 'fighting Dent democratsOPINION Improve; I b.g.n'to sleep better and\{

HIone Inches on.blm:by.an.: ;Innocently intended answer. several months., my weight increased steadily; I'bad
;
w t .ring may. be gathered from the 'deep, and- may be headed by a 1 -" ; "?
f mitts, simile in one,, of. the recent lay frill either,of the same or of the,, .He rascross-examining a witness fBookbhderi.' pressmen, 'engraver '''WELL' EXPRESSED.By lost some 60 pounds.,..but under ''the;'

.. ;::.open-elr. speeches, iDwblch the fair material composing/the dress..'. In 'regard to, certain boot prints and other .are expected to join, 'and '-, "" new, food'regime-I have regained at"; '

I l ;tspeaker 'likened the left by a< horse In' a' sandy 'soil.'How .: the''probability 1. that' the sliops ,will Georgia Legislator In Denunciationef'Cigarettes. most my former' weight and have'
\womaa who It 1* several .year since"straight. .printsT" greatly ,
} large were.the asked Improved in .
offers the- man a'voting be unable to operate until an adjustment .- every way.
paper to Eve slllc beIUnghos been(worn: The, yea, the, learned counsel <'"Were they' aslarge "I feel that I owe mucfl to Grape-
offering' Adam-tbe' ,'4>f the troubles' has ,been :ar had rather.have
'rc'r allpl..1'ew, York son.for therevival, I. ostensibly ithsnug. as my' hand"holdingnp his / my boy strong- Nut '.and can j truly recommend tJr

r :2A&9"v" ... "' I'!. .,jltUe-ctuta.thebeltldg,. defines ,hand for thewitness, to-teef.) ranged., ,,?' limbed clea..3ed.( self-respecting'and. food to all who require\ 'POwert:

... ,. 'r ,, ;j' .he';wa4it line trimly, yet not obtrusively r'Oh. no.." said the' witness honestlit' -' Ood-f earing la the chaingang than rebuilding agentdellcloue'to, tam

'.l. jSh.." a .FeurlFoot- Plonr.. : ,But the real reason 'In probably -\ "1\ "'was Just aa ordinary"hoof.". .ROCKEFELLER CO.MJNG' HOME.Oil weak' weazly and hriveled-up. < from and always welcome" Name ,

II".JJ'/ J).... ;_CutUe..Iw: Y... only that It,;has been: "out 'Of) The,examination '..... temporarily aU*-' smoking cigarettes, ea the .outald." 'by ''Postnm ,Co.- Battle, CreekMtcjla, "T-j

'". Ji'f,' a dinner party'recently in honor styl ?"long' enough.to, be'new again. ended'ill!order could;be secured la Trust Magnate, eelledFrom'' Paris The,, above statement .was made"amid A true natural roadto regain. :heal,

: at Mis*":Mary;;,Psthr:Benedict's ROth{ Odd makes_of, tussor. silk'4 and" he Court,.'room..f';'" .. Friday to.New ,York, < .applause upon the floor' ot theGeergia ,or hold It,.,la, by ti.. of a 41.11'

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.- r w y's'2at t ci .,;and -I:8..tlle: ;eldest ,be among theearly./dress l ; fabrics;' ,R..d.; ;,.., Friday for New Vork pa;'the Ham- Mr. .Williams of Lauren during, ,anrn"'t" night- Or have th ,food ?- I.

.1't'.. .dll4 aad lAey. BrowatBene and'I'do: not:think.1, have yeti, nea-, ,f.1'Chicago' Olrl-1 understand 'that you ,burgAmerloan line (steamer Amerlka. : appeal la behalf""of ''a. measure some of the .many delicious dish

:t hilt. iris has. two,*...... living Miss, Ueaed;' table:;curious'' irtbeltnea','CoWlst1.Img a D4ec1l the orchestra.recital last evening. He' was a .toompanMd. Vr hi* phjr lclaa 'to make It -a misdemeanor for any given In ;the,little, recipe- 'book'',fov
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.';.t: d .......014 '" .ecI.-\,1Iet\, .father. oonaMerejd, '.esBeclally":rajaart, ; also .la. the' : ; t ,nawdgcaaeno .Jot 4Jecat.i( ; ,proosedtng 'pOaae..loa..xcept, be .djsclose U-e Itla" : "There's'a( reaion1.'* .' ,,5,""

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I' "'MOUNTAIN: *" ,Qf .Al.TfHnril, l I 'I.eftheddiet Consist, ;. of.feodie'.nutndou AUTOBIOGRAPHY': OF, .A .ro It..T 'A PRETTY> ; MTLKMA
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'" l.':( Useless. .TreasurePin'. Death ,Valley thit( ';i T'I ks Par.raa !1 a W V dsrabfY.e6cLs.
,1 1 California.' .. aa.y- :.. ., ..
; :: Neitw 1n ielteTIryM..

Most of...tho ''seitpetre. or; nitre, .. ,aelvKaety i ,' i TMs." I
which 'the'\' world ..consume*: comes DPRIl : *'.Tneforeeuir' .*.B4s) tile ,history" of aBftte
'
from a. lIm1ted..lon1n' ChilL These ,In gnat I...... After 'titalBs
deposits bave'long been' tamov They II osjtt'a fw' 'borta s" spire MMwbttke tr,

are not ',the only 'one In ,iexistence, WHEAT. ,PI.AIE'liT ,. 'tree at'(Mffereat.....&11 wd eoaaI : >;

though. A' writer for*"*"Th.;'Technical-- ;' t..' the.'ring* 'on thesa. be'' may" .'>pln I

World Magazine" declares that the1*) PI\I'! snob a yarn as this; :

are Immense quantities In Southern '. II: : : t'>' Thls- tree ,,1s i80'yearoId(18018ags ,

California., Off to the north and east at?the,vbaae, ) During Its Brsttv rr

of Los Angeles, be say T-two hundred ,.yean 'it crew'OI1laeveD'1ae1t.; ; **

and iflfty mile or so away-Is 'vasf' ;is made by "physician and phem- i (;i45 ring. seven Inches then from the to '
It began
known Death Valley. A base); Evidently .
aa
,j. region ist and' leader' of the ,worldin 1 with other saplings, tort
-- few.veins of gold and silver have been ;; touch; ,crowns a'Yf

+; Killing Dandelions.;; er or later" 6y everjr aYmer; and especially found there, but they cannot *e mln-bor.. pure food? ..products. .Its: daily' Inches'', took'a"rear a spurt steadily and put Hill on It' w4'fifteen.40
and
sand
faith but
;
Many to this Inquiries department! have asking been1 for addressed advlc. very largely by thtme to comtrferclal wno-pln'tbelr: fertilizers ax.ed.' Nothing To the la southeast seen of' ,the valley, use helps too regulate the t bowels.> years old' (d' 'rings U' t-!'' feet.aboveground r t.t E
-
thou ). f I
' A this writer asserts there) are -
on how to kill dandelions lawn*. iO cents a package.For Ua
: fast
M
as
not growing
wit ,
t } nitre. was, f a
of crude {
The Onion Maggot., ands of.acres
The best of and ,
means, course; fturest Grocersx '
l t'' Is to"dig them day, root and all. This 1 Is Every onion grower should prepareto The region is devoid, of I all vegeta : Mia by all ,u neighbors however overshadowed, for at this and pointIt 1U /,/_ ,
be
' 1 tedious, however, 'expensive. Try combat this destructive pest and tion. The desert Is as yellow as corn began to '
begin! early." 'The onion) maggot is the ,and"smooth as 'a floor, Under foot growth: declined for the next: ten years
: In.cue'the digging! process is not employed 'yar5;
inches
that dust as fine /'n& .s to as little as four a
Immature of small fly into
stage a the earth crumbles r
the of Iron solution,
sulphate,, '
ta
and 60 feet), ; tij
68'teet at.SO
ria. 'at F a Se
' there hillocks rlnp : r
onion they are
+i Use a good sized handful to three gal lays 'toggs. la the When as flour.: :Here and, ',.
I 4' lone o( water and sprinkle this over an very mall. The fly looks something none of them more' than two DEPOSIT "Just la time- to save Its life neighbors. something , Jei'fr. < < -r-

are4 'twenty feet square. It" will not like a small house fly. The. maggot hundred feet high. Od'these the yellowish S5OOQ"BANK..' NoIIItTakee happened pI'lts big Bee

' ,injure the and will kill the appears, when the plants are quite, covering 1s often a foot or two Ell COURSES presumably>> a wtttd.ctorm-l.t.s ,
grass Board*Oo-.Write O"ck be' In 186.--and It .resumed
the would
and Into that
young works directly It thins out to two
dandelions 'least some of them. thick. Elsewhere ,
BEOIiaiAWlLABAllABUSIIIIMCOLLCaE.Maewi.aa Inches
/ ---, bulb entirely destroying It for 'ties, or three In he.. Below'the powder Is a. steady growth of about six S z i

K I* Show Bird*, for Egg Production.One Of -course all Infested plants should "'what Is called abed rock" which Is IN SELF' DE3FEN8EJ."Why a year, having passed ..its fastest ,die.. T"":

of the' best Investments thewriter' be carefully taken out and burned as really no harder than' dried clay.. In do' you'' yell '>t a b..ballcameT' growing time. doesn't MISS AN NIK HKNDHKM.1SB y.
'
soon as discovered. both the dust and the rock there Is "Its growth la thickness
made $25 cock in/ i 0-
was a.
' enr. Treatment with kerosene and 'aand I nitre. :Though there'Is next to no rain I "Because." anawered'the man who seem t* bare arid much; about an '
traduced among a flock of wHets for small of onions and trea.tment I dlallke' to !brae year; bat It crew ANN1K BBNORKN patches dignified.- 'Inch every M
raised from a-dollar-a-doten eggs there; much of the mire In the sand Is evidently '> .W rf>4, writaat. : '
The pullets were fairly well-bred, and wl ,colDmerclal .fertilizers for bas been leached out.. ''That .In the hear the yelling of other peoples, -I taster,and faster In volume, of course "I wl better \ have for ov.i four
large fields is recommended. The kerosene abundant sacrifice ill)' throat to we my ear*. at Its .heglht Increased little over, yearm I la...- tites several ixitU"dPrrnna
P from but the Introduction bedrock Is more
good laying stock ,
ot 1U prime of sad bottle of Manano.
and sand treatment consists year In ; one
foot a
Star.TERRIBLE eubia
cock; )< To the taste this bedrock la of a Washington a the ,
of a
r ,, the high-bred _, 'J.-cam now do all of myjwork'ln E
: show bird In the 'sense! that he way s placing sand with herosene oil alongside fiery bitterness, so strong Indeed, life, I shouts judge. noo.., tank the. o w.,"Uk sure of the
the young plants bU\,, not.-quite RECALL. ,"About thirty ago It. reached and forth. XOitith Perstwe 4eS
bred for1 perfect markings and form that to hold It to the tongue for more TO year milk, eo '
touching: hem. It keep the Area' from and toppe'd growing in e..et.NaderJwl esed.I4w... y 4
i 'r, according to the standard and scored ,than 'an Instant Is to invite a blister maturity :, the "1'beli... I would be ia bed today tf
their and kills some of
:OJ over $0 gave me chicks that were'agood I laying egg young !'aow,pure thlils,! may be judged from )Fire Weeks In Bed, With: Intensely height (30 ring at ape' top J'bad not,:written to you for advice. 1
maggots,outrtgbt. Use a cupful of oil Trouble, main stem), 'and, tow It ji approach. had taken all .f medicine, but acne
1 many percent better from the he fact .that hurried- and necessarily _Painful.Kidney lode ,
to a bucketful of dry >sand.. old last ringsare pretty did : .
the
( me any &
lug age
i" standpoint qf egg production,, than The fertilizer treatment Is, as follows Incomplete field assays credited It" Mrs.' Mary Wagner, of' 130T, Kos- Hold on 'a mlnntet here'' a f'Peruna KM made.'m*"*>' 'teen .*f

t ". t.helrmothen.. :' With hand.plow turn aside the with more than 14 per cent., the -''al- nth Ave,.' Bridgeport, Conn., says: thin,). twenty-forty-tortyix I kmpf "* I cut never,say toe. BBOOB
false ring-
. --:-. ley deposits giving about 1 per cent.,, "I was so weakened for Peruna."
yJ ;
soil from, the rows ,of young plants, rank and 'lefsww
I Summer Us'of Grains. the years';' baok, Two .very thin Tings I 'Not only iromea', of
and the "blanket which. covers and -
gasserally
aide ; wiled
making a little furrow oneach beer Instead. of one thick ODe Means : praise Pervna, but wholesome,
The feeding problem in some sections of the row,'them eow broadcast, about hill some 10( per cent Nitre of this run down the growing Women,ensured ia honest tofu would -.- I

t" # is quite formidable in the BUmmer -: 600 pound of kanlt and 200( pounds of degree .of ''purity can' of course",. b* L with .kinder >die- that.something Interrupted late frost. Let; b* without. >r..Hartman's' '-World' I.'..nowa.dremedy. .

. { t ft* In the winter. and this 1 is. particularly nitrate of soda per acre; turn back the worked at an Immense prottt.:wheo ease that, for a season-probably Inhabitant a The Doctor. laii, )"preaoribeil'it:for tsaaythouaand y

i' the case where the feeding soil and'walt for rain \Vhen the rain desideratum of all desert mineral'workings I long time I could us ask the oldest the women every year and be never

is largely done' in the barn, whlott,. comes It will wash the salty fertilizersinto -water-can be bad The .w Jt{ not do ,my works .And the chances are.ten to one fail to receive a multitude Of letters Won.
the is becoming more beds which and was fire oldest Inhabitant remembers the bard the above, thanking him for Mt advioa,.
nitre
by way popu the soil and kill the maggots, besides land beneath the _
'w Irfweek.1 in bed. spring of 18410 and has beard tales of and especially for the wonderful benefits-
,
What .,
lar '
dairymen. quperflclal'depositl "
every year among stimulating the plants to. fresh latter are merely nertcanMa reoaivea,front Peruna. 7..t
i, j, grain one shall use depends largely; ; vigor and thus help them to overcomethe and do not extend down Into the earth t;' There 'was con the great 'wind In 1808.-rA; t v

upon': the methods which individual effects of the pests.-:The Epltom- at nil-must of necessity be so voakod ., tinual bearing ga line., Medical Department' jfrTULaNayuNlvaasITY

,, feeders have found most profitable In lat:; with the teachings from these nllls ; . down 'pain terri 5ra

the past,, but corn in the summer ration '" that It, too can be-worked to advantage ' : .._;, ,ble' backaches, ,,. 'BOSTON' SCENTS A JOKB.. orLOUIlAM.
..
a .. headaches and at ....._ /or ...-11--'tan f.aetteo
,- must be sparingly used. The Earth for Hog Pen ,.100.... when the 10,000 or 15,000 acres of ; . 'I' ,'U, you marry; thai-girl It will, put. ...ple ...........-a.--......ti. '
stock food or the concentrated graIn., the been 'time dizzy spells when everything ,.mU," .ew .eo.r Ie dwa to u.e
have ;
be yellow granules of rock with
While the cement floor may you In, bad odor, your ''IDA vans am es a.e tope "
1 purchaaod already mixed, ought also was a blur before,me.The'passage;, 'doesn'tiforr'tme. ................ ce .. ....Ii' a' '
Ideal one for the hog pen. as..claimed converted Into an article of commnredWhen of the kidney secretion were Irregular Oh.1, the bad odor part btlMa.bo t. ......... .......OetcR '"
handled and '
to be carefully particularly fcy; many swine breeders, our experience the _magazine' "writer here and and there was considerable You see weroomj"of old 11,. % hnyto. '

l so when 'little or no pasture is has been that the HOOT of e&fili.If quoted' has presented his picture bf gainful sediment and odor. I..don.'J colognlal stock,"-Boston Transcript., e. Brewer. ere Atfti >k ILa.

given the anlm. ,ll. Ittr'of clayjandTgravel.; will answer possible wealth he points out that It know what I would have done buttor .

- the purpose equally;,well with a small Is not 'now available. The deposits Doan's Kidney Pills: ,,1 could see <,(,
84. No All-Round Poultry Food. number of ,swine. If we .had large cannot D'e worked without water and an Improvement from. the first box,

A correspondent for some pout herds we. should certainly use cement In the few places'/' where water la and fire boxes brought a final cure,"

... try food, which will answer for gen... -which. can: be applied at anytime' with found there la no' railroad to' carry Spl< by all dealers, CO cents a RDONIt

l 111" eral purpose* that Isa food which the. earth floor aa a. ,.foundation.The away the commodity.This Is"a taD.tslzlng box.: Foster-Mllburn ,Co.. Buffalo, 4 rw
R "+. will make hens lay, which IB also good one 'floor which ought not to be statement to' make,' but It Is N. T.

t ( for little_ chicks and which may ,be used is that of plank and the reasonsare conceivable that some day the situation f
u.ed.tor fattening later if deelred.Novices obvious I to ,every one who keeps may Improve.. '." large For It* Age., FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

c.t\! (in poultry raising are' quite swine: They' are cold wet and slip Old Jacob Wyckoff.' a farmer whose a

likely to be more or less disturbed by; pery, retain ''odors'and.. 'are' expensive His'Prop'.rt '.. place war Just outside;'of town; had t !''The. School That is Famous." 1
the amount of detail required to carryon besides being bad for the> feet of the Not ) made a present of his largest; yellow ;

the work successfully and are gen hogs. In making the floor for' the' Antoine ''Rlvarol.. the French epl pumpkin to the edltor'ot Uw.irUlage' Th BEST/Butt the LEAST EXPENSIVE.
for short cut especially the.same sort of the elgtheenth >century, wrote an. Item "
't//: grallyfseeking* ,.some. hog pen, and we.pave grammatlst paper, and the,, editor
If"' In the line of feeding. 'The of floor' for the yard, it is i made 'by was so brilliant that something goer l acknowledging. the gift. 'But' 'unfor- It was established In,IBM:"attaoal .arollmesitJK W "
same food which will make hens lay'wlthoot taking tout the soil for the depth of was expected of him every minute tunately. the office boy who put It'in 1 COO; magaifloen school plant: high earrlenlam,1raporfor..
fattening them will not: do three feet filling in a foot deep with Once when he had been invited tc It .plM with an Item''' Announcing f 1 dlsolpUn*, fargert adet hattaUeitsoata.K a'rally,equipped
type got gymnMdaa*. two lam atbleUo flrtdsi the faculty equal to '
to' fatten them on. Of course cores is coal ashes! well packed down and then dinner, at which the ioiitess especially the birth of a baby Ina the HjJ** owwe -* isAMse* by leading edooatof* 'n

usually a part of the variety fed hens putting on the two feet of soli about -wished him to shine >he sat quits. family of :ranother, iubscrlber., This" A 91, slur koyasAgjM to OORDOM -

and will of Itself fatten 'them' but-It evenly composed of clay and:,;gravel, :Uent. c ''. 1* the I way It appeared In print* to o Bill., HAJLD WOBK.B. .

.Is not used'by Itself as a regular diet' using, the .gravel. which 'comes.
for laying"hens.ltkwould'be, j as absurd ' a heavy.or .clayey; lIOn;' If poaafblej, if \1 1ancy to the company nettled him and celebrating the ",rrIYal'of sAne,. boy '

4v' ,to feed h'eos cracked. corn entirely sand gravel'as It is sometime' called at'last Rlvarol made a stupfi remark at his houSe. The newcomer is the' F." PICKBTT, President, '.

'as it' would be to feed little U all that can be obtained the sand Is Everybody uttered an exclamation. very Image'of its father. It Is one ot, Ar I Box M, Barne YllIe, Ga.

chicks' the wholekernel.' .. -Indianapolis screened,out and. the gravel mixed "There. said Rlvarol. "I cannot; say the large corn-field'variety. ;;wltnbuge ---- --- .
J. ,'N.w.. h with the .clay In. the proportion of, two a stupid thing rwtthout everyon'' *'* bumps all over It, and weighs fltty' : !!'J" 'Yotr'CANNOTCUfiE

a ,. ,J parts .of clay lo :one of gravel. By* crying, Thief' six pounds..' There Isnt I a. flaw In It Piedmdiil: : !:

Testing for Water.Make giving'this floor the"proper'slope At a )dln"r' In the house of, some anywhere, except a dent'made by our "" 1J", , .
: this test weather and both in the and the yard It does''' HI. host matter i
In dry, pen German he make a Joke; fool ollic.,boy; and that doesn't
.In dry&rOUnd.' Take a;; new earthern not stay wet long, and is so bard that put their beads together"Inquiringly as 'W' ,are, going to cut ,It up at i CollegeDemor'est. :

pot gallon will do--dig a hole In hogs can not root. In ,It" the the' spot 'where yielding enough BO,that they do not'slip I all dktairha
ground on you i --- --- --- -- Inflamed;ulcerated and !coo***
want to dig your well about a foot or on' It, and the 'under stratum or '"Look at the Germans pooling their Ga.KlemenUryt . ditions of the mucous membrane such as<4'.u..utarrbuterJaecatarrta

so deep;' put into the pot elk extract ashes carries off'"the} 'moisture which wits to understand a Joke." 'CAPUDI'NE.CURES : A-.I..Ie'abCr doll.idat. de.trtmenta. . causedby

ounces of each of the following: Un- penetrate through It Spp.ataid.p.rtm.italaArt, Maele, feminine Illavsor* throat sore
..... .. ,.a..I.I. '"iK>meet. "' '_ Suainae* aaa. rbmiealCulture. 'n outh or;''Iaf. simplydosing -
--. r hiatus .
slacked .lime verdigris and. white healthful urronndln -
FITS,64Vitm'D+nce: eN roan DLea.e.pxtmanently .t.._. Ten a.'t Dell<< bustadiauug... testomaCh.! !rjl!L-i. .--.t
frankincense; powder"and mix, put. into FarmNotes.. cured by Dr.Kline'Great Nerve .a. ''.)pl111 *Tall :
INDIGESTION and IV; : WeVTaeadav.. BepMnberatA. But surely) can car tnes/sttibbora'
; pot cover pot with six ounces' ofsheep the'headl of the worthless' .Restorer. *3,trial bottle and treatise tree eeMFea ohs sa detailed Information write 70'1 you '
"if wool. Now weigh all and get Pinch Dr.H.B.mine Ld 981 Area Ht.. Phila.Po.A ; ACIDITY irA'lB :: U-.w: tys..orl. aSec}ions_by local treatment withPaxtlne'Tollet'Antl ") J,/j: .,
Iii queens. : lb._ u J. C CAMPBELL President 'I(
; ( .aaa ,: : septfc4 j
:
; exact weight and make note .of It; steel chimney.260 feet ", re> ,
iC A mulch works, well around {\th.- .
) in South Wale. DEnOREST. :1 ,'
QA.MALSBY
put pot Into hole and cover bole .ceDtI.1.--'rl.-t..t; :
r. ) ..now bushes. which destroys the disease Kermscheckdischarge : i :
gooseberry:
j .,'. up with dry' earth. .After 24 hour anOther window In' old Mm'Window'*Soothing Syrup for ChildrenteethingpttentthegumereduaadnCam J H,,' *, stops! pain, and IxaU,,JM
''take pot up, again being careful not to : P the..A , | n & Co. Inflammation and soreness '' .' ' *'
.' have any earth adhering to It. Bet dark poultry house. 7 ,tion,allays pain,cure*wind ooUe,23o u bottle Pax tine represents the most'successful

sure and get earth out of wool quick Plow the orchard shallow, not deeper -'' 'France has 7000 mile of State owned .41South Forsyth St; Atlanta Ga. local treatment for f.mlal.ttIUa ever:
.' than'four Inches. 'i produced. Thousands of women testify
ly and weigh pot at'once.. Now if ,. and .toll, free canals. 0 .
: to this fact cent at druggists. ;
i the" weight has decreased,' there is no The branches of the peach tee ,, 50 '
l' ; I water on the spot. On the other hand ought to be thinned out"io'. let'In the UNABLE'TOWALK. ,* ;.. 'Send for,Free Trial Box, ,

i ';. of the; weight has Increased two sun. ; I IC TILL .. PAXTOM co.:: Hn...,.. Meta__T< R, .
I Terrible Bore oaAakla Gamed Awfot awf.fcyCntiea : I ,
ounces water stands 48 feet' deep; seven ..
Poultry culture will do for
never ,,1.rl.Coald Not 11..pCencl' ATLANTA, L
; 37 feet. twelve ounces 18feet. ; "
ounooB drones. It require live, wide-awake. *,* InBlx"I ...... : ,
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.,, The 'pot'aqd -it. ingredients @ ..
men. "
draw mol.tureeven: at great depth., I had a terriVU sore on my'aukl.., and .s-a tllrtrieaN atiTbe I. .j""
Poultry work requires' the came had not..walked any.for.eleven months..',I ,. '...
do not think' this method Is known : beet "'a tie. dry; The tennis. Byra. .1..:
by many, people. 'It 'has, however, shrewdness(\ .that any, other occupationdoes. tried nearly everything without any benefit Portable and. Stationary pIla.d Shorthand, and Pnerleet deokbwptag ;
and had a doctor, but be didn't seem In halt. the ti s sad at ball lbe sestof .dies.
been testedend; found true.-Paul "todo any; good.i lie'MId Vould' have .. Food", I 3> ngines,. Boilers, q.ten..o&her ..hoola Good ....Woe... wan0.d .
Save your own seed,*or buy the best oP mossy r.fend.d.Cltp tale mall
Kauta. seed at four times ,,the 1:0ISt..1t necessary to have my limb taken,off;Vnd: that-I 4 products ,.us. ..-J.. Intru" awlogaa ,.., V
---.. *' ' '\would never walk again.Irsuu"ered awful .. Saw Mills .
4I Problem for Every Farmer..It .,- f ..;.;; ; :; : : and at night.I could not sleep at all. >AB 'm s Uc.nrl nwta. 'pnptnd .Iwyowubbioa -f!:!' ".'.- '

Is much'" easier for one to be',independent Lard alone la a good Insecticide.: It 'I thcught,.there was no rust for me, but . .kJtdiM. ,a* claM. ,as .year ANDALLTKINDS: OF MACHINERYComyfR.line ;INTER ran.aalwr 4; _
of dry weather than of ,wet, does not need kerosene to::make it effective 'as won- as I began'to uae.OuUcura Soap ewa Carried to stook.forZMMZDIATX -.r--- + A.CrLCn..yVii.var., ,
r ... ". '' and Ointment it commenced hjealing iJcely. Reedy b Hrns-fit to. sem. Ww -'
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e, 1'1' r. the soil 'ia wet 110 "; le'aalter.. -
.unions naturally : "
'" ;' '11 bathed the ankle with WU1I\ water and aoywKeJm. t', ith
,. t ,that It maybe pipe drained and thus ,We> have set .to ;her-of. 'the.. ;first 'Cuticura/ Soap,, and then applied Cuticura .All us, k-1-e.J all'SM geed.Whrbr B.,.t NMhla.rr' ,"Iximl PI'IoIIe Mid Pestsr.* .r.aa weals ae.thin SOD S Eye W8fer!
S ., get rid of the excessive moisture and poultry' farm that was built 'up by Ointment to the affected part and laid a ., ya.r' tan b. for e-.... W r It. u. -f or. ataJoJtue.'pr.us..etc. | :: ,

this'"1s''an' expensive operation but dunghill fowls.? V t 'V *t v'" ,- .-!-* Cloth over:. the sore to hold it, In !!place.. C6irkw Yeal1 J. Oa Tonglw. PoOadua ., before buying. : 1'''' (AtSO-W)' "..._ c)' : ,
.. notwithstanding a moat desirable one :Make the hens"""*dance" ''for' theft 'After two weeks I could walk around in I. Dried Boil IMM i a wq WM oagrarijy < I 1 ...
room real good and in MX weeks' time ft lowdl a. by (Jong for Libby's. .'
the end. Potato my
In "growers are per- greens \fcy-; hanging. the. .cabbage upabove '
my< ankle ,"WM entirely cured, and, I1waswalking ; Try edohdosoook.dOTw5us.
i haps mere Interested In the problem of the floor.: r
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fat tIwiIJ.e eIXed cold.t .
i 4 around out of doon. ;In. Mary II : or : 'Wiritersmith's
,,6'e how :-to battle with dry weatherthan'growers "Scrubs''and 'runts''my--a.' ". ''their Dickenon, Louisa C. II- 'Va,. April 51,: ... ..MaMc..I : 1 P

of any .thep crop and under purpose: but 'why'allowSthem: tQ prop';' lllO ." f.r".v 1jyNothing n;... W"-'. -' '" rsoria.rC

normal conditions)(; the J secret Is simply -. ,agate their ,]dn4?;' ; \' ' dry! rr> rt i -. i. Libby, McNeiU Ubby-cbka .; ,11JIII4.. '
I : ; g'1J TONICANDAU.lWLWAt
see'thatthe
to with humus.soil.its, property Don't buy"a lot of tlneiyiw do'not.::1 ea.n''drtJn' a;: man'slpursolike : ,= : ; { ,
supplied or vegetablematter..y '
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'f ' need- merely*because I the agent's I a daughter.. .. : .WILL,. 11}
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tosgiie is) hung f 1n.the middle and loose .
r It Is folly, 01'to.will be found;so after= 'tit both endy. ; I I '; .XW. Blmen ........beery. CWdUl:' :Muggins, (readlligpaperAnothelInstance ', { ,. > _.' { :; f YCRil.l: : :f
a'few attempt, to grow potatoes t .
years \
wish'to[ Will! oonvlheeth* moat'skeptloa.1 when It of Met prejudice In Ohio p5q 8rt bees a d.ed.rd Ja-.MI4..y for Fri e.yeses'
1 oa'the'same ground year'after'year It you ,,I Increase' therfertil.ItyV - to curing J>Diarrhoea Dysentery,Chll- ,Jorklns:. ow terrlbteT Where' was t 'I .w 'll.areetotak."' t..__........... ........... .. -
+' ot'..to;grow them whoUJ''; :, p. the farm, raise Ynore elovw.' feed ;'area Toatblag. ete. Ma _4..aGo..,t. -otU.. : 'F-, ..' ,1 ; ,;'for cWId_, Ostarutoe ey an dnctieta,1. .... .*>'la *..
,aid of''commercial fertilizers iHr .'lawhere'1C'pay (the hay th./todtlbcl : 'ftJani. : te"mgtdire'gettLe6lattdk < '..,-- , it theUnerE; } ; ;; '; .? = sad M,kottle-Seat spree paid on receipt at price. U.. oai '
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: In'Toledai1a attack.wasmadejate YOVRv i ). ..boa Addrear ".
+ MngglB ''s' .tt'.s..t. drug Mort -
p to make everyyo.slble>> : . {t 'ra's': : AI 'Many a,:woman bastalkeV\ i herself yesteMayslternoon: on-;"the eLLa .//ir'UmiUBl *CTr d co. Oeiwral jisits.. L...."..*. gy.rrsfd" .
effort to grow clover' for gettingheavy ." If the orchard ia to be plowed,' out'6f'Paradise. #t-* "'* '>* 4 poolroomtl-'American 8pectatersre';.; :. .,

t crops: of clover under"tbd'yeoll"a : sprangfii'thetbeat time. ,Th. More- .,-,.,," ;' .,,
; 'will' add tM required bumu,',whlchin. that 4so.**. added to: 4hoU.,aad. th*'. *"

Jjj connection ;with flrst-clasa''seed cllr.r less renioied., except as. fruit U>et, > t-
''' and fatJratfonTwilljiodblel; t!bae,/jto 'f j.1.'tf'J''k::1 blh: :1'by : )t ;(, >ll

t grow heavy,crop of Potatoes in"nor- .; ,1i.'OQ.-would get ,(behest_ --retarn 8

.. mal seasons 'and' better' than yourneighbor's from :your Investment In your' horse;.
LOOK riBrndTureiyol i LI
g.. 3* .In dry season*.' ", I treat hjm right'' and'' -'...re'to.cUp wtI1i- 1 I I

';' ,;, vThls questionof ptUng,humus Into: him 'In ,Use sarlyasyrtsi.} Holw;Re-

the' voll 4*,one that must be met '*oonJl' t."W,1I, y ,j\\; 1 ,, "''t
v. !*... &:. : ... --i.i-: : Li : ... V: ; 'sec ,Iw'r . ., moae ugly. gdtdy, grey )tstre+ ;Us. LA CRKOL.Kj NAIR RgTORRR. PrtO.. ai, rn. '
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i: e VaUey'Gs kir ,N....:Loutae, ;iSmltti-...Mao6n, Ga.,
arrived,WedntxJ< afternoon tovpend S.--- -
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....al week"with her "friend*. Mr.'' -

: 0, M.' BrltUn.uOrfb !
BUSHED XVKBY rMDAY w ,, ,

ice)ititValleyGaxelte':! BuiWlnff.BISSlllMEK. .'' ,/'. 0. P. Parker and ,fit ml I/ rep: ,

OSCBOLAOOCNTY: : ,iu. turned yesti+rdaj" from1' South..Carol loi '.' .' : : .' ( .

,, ', ) : t whamthey/ have bt.u ..;,nd'nif' the.paVmonth .. -a'r

.HARRIS., Editor 'end, Prop"-. with. Mr., and'' Atl'l" 'Geo. M.Dua'ile. I .. '.If I.... . ; -
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....ts..Vn.Nh. 1bullloe if.tJIq. The Lee Person Cattle, Co., .hipped :- j' . . ::
carload of head of beef 'cattle to I 'f
t> _.......' .xcapt ,.,.,,'oar author a 40. ,.:.
M. -.--ta,nuiat ba........ br tha writer.assn. Fred Worth. for the Tampa market.; "

.... _- w5Tno bt.... nttinwd mlmat this, morolnff. .. | : I t a F1'r

r ....PwteMM. XiMimiMa, flai*a 'Mr*. Hale of Alsbime and .Mr; .j .; .. M

. -1.-. ,'I W... B. Itlgdon of Gal enW., ,11:1.: .., I:j ., . f.: 'S{ J ; 'r..\' .* ,13df T
SUBSCRIPTION RATItSl are on a.vlete, Va their' parent, ''Mr. Refrigerators .' ., t' i S- -or .
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'''f'f' and Mr*. J. A. Handy, : ', 1'r
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doNe _the.. .....I.........le..M '
It announced ibatprlando l*< ,to I '

; 27 1000 have1 another( News paper, to bee .. Freezers \:: "" ,:
ki.da ,; July called the Oemoorai. Mr Starbuck. will . : : < n
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be the editor. I
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PJJiOrML LOCALS .Rev.,R. Lee Smithy of Orlando. who > __ _
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1 I. here attending) the Weklva Union I Coolers , \.' ',.,," .. . .- :
.. \. and Sunday School .coi.veniton conducted ; c !4'-l," 1'; :" .'"

!Jr.J'cllhWLoda-; (. of f P. has lUlL the prayer, meellnir at. the} I .: ."' *'" '* '"' .
STANFORD I
d a couple of eleotrlo tan lalt"Heaelr }) D &l ltllt l church last evening,and1giade : '. '

t. Cutis Hall which adds vary low..t.ln&.. talk, taking ae his tubjectMr ;' {.1,1 --. ,--- +

hto the comfort of the iheinber "Ti). Ovvif B WPhQrd." . : '\ ', -:, .. "',
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Canopies !
aIDIl"tdtfZ, to* meeting* these warm J. E.:Beach of Walterbpr S. i :<;;:: "' '; :' : 'CARSON, if 4

t C.,'who taught school this county ''t, .: : = '
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;!"Mr.,.. Caldwell I who hM been Ipt'ad': lam. term 1* DOW.with his nephew O. ,1

w f the month of July with her brother A Beach at Albion where be 1* pre i Hammocks ::i '* ., ,.

.>.Dr. ,Petri.| ,. In Charlottesville, parlotr to jro into'the trucklugbusineset l I..
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l ... will be at home the first of August t Be will plant. tbl. fall a crop.of egg GRAVES - r

t ,pdwin resume 'her musla cla-- at plauu and, Bermuda: : oulon; .it [

t time' U About thirty dve t member of the Baseball Goods rt

/''Howell this Cbrivtta'n church enjoyed >a delightful .
Ba.* brought tq ojDoe "
. lay .oroewbai of( a curiously' Ini bay ride,out to the residence of ? HARDWARE COMPANY t

1 i shape of an''ear of corn. There U Mr, M/U.: Porter. Wednesday, evening vvR ,
.with eight where a delightful, ;poelal evening was l.tl'I
> large ear.In the center; "
.Her. one*' clustered around It, pent. The affair; was managed 'jyMr aby' Carriages! -- ,

ring1 omwha\the. resemblance of a *.. W. J. Warlnjr and'W.I atteo'uptoo .:: .. i'
raise fuoda fur r- .
tbeobunjhpurpoie ,
t eapple. All grew In.ODe chuck.X. )
.. Two waaoDiW'' r -used ,and 35 ,oeo't* .J". .'. - w4 ,\'V
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/)>The Orlando and ApopVi base ball for the round trip wa charges. Refreshment CBIG t\

a> toes i will crosn,bat* at the Park on were served free at Mr.Porter's .' ,\
lmr 'atternooa-orl&ndo Re- LINE '. ;i II
r day residences The occasKin wa. 1' ;
Now Orlando'll, getting roost .. ''i':Ore: '$ ,'';. " 1.1 1./. /" ,", ',f :/,'" _. ." .
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rter-Star. uted delightful all
by who .
one >-. "' \ '!' .4' ',ft.,1; '' : : ';, .'.1' '\ :R',;kIt, < <'': : ,' : 'II
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and auendedand ,
about her site ,we , : '
WI1. to a neatsum wa realized. I \l" Lr,,,,.\ 1'\.V-', '"II' ''"' ; t)4 1 ''t., 'oi. "h'1 spy yd-d. '""' " ..n "
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p, pichi'" wonder tube made a pretty t { 'I"" \ ;.' : ; 1 : (; ,/)' ,..,: t;. ) I /I

1' 'showing In, that. l..me"; The Wekiva ,Union.. Harness and Saddles t
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' KallenbergeranddauKbMr ", .. 'I
Mrs. W. Wektra
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have arrived In Ocala from Kl.- School convention. held Its first sessionIn .. 1 .. )
r aine e.to< spend several week*' with. the Baptist church here"this, morn -.-..........

r.' Kallenberfcer, who;, M* the book- ln'
;', per' jfor ,the Ocala Hou.e ,Wine : attendance.. 'The convention will' be S

i*;;: They'wJU& probably make thistheir In session three days,'today tomorrow ,r. f' "' J

i hoinelator" "on.-OcaU_ Ban ned Sunday aDd, a ..er1' Interestingand ,, fi JSrO ricE1: S -r- i c

1 ,,. l' Instructive program. has been C. A, CARSON, Pr..l4...'. J.. C. BRYAN Sacratary. I ,.
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'*',:''",Mr. A" L. Chandler' bal parchasedinly" prepared; f At arecrulutt,.. of the Board of County CommUiknwr. ra. of .-.ta County Florida' held on ,I?'I : :E '!4 h
; All are Invited to. attend the the v'nd and Ord tUys of July, A.;O.!..."... the Tu: AM nm.nt for 1906 WM.oquaha' d and following. ,
fine meeting .
.acre of ,hammock land 21 tales war m.d., to-winMm. -. .
Dei' wet of Long wood, and will of .be contention. : and ,t'hoeewbo ."..11 ;
."his family there shortly' and, try themselves' of' the opportunity will Waters. & Carson Grocery Co. !; ,$$1 y I1

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t doubtless be well repaid for- their I1A
this fall.
band at growing celery liG:
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i" "' OWNER. .DISCRIPT70N OF LAND. -- .
trouble. .
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.I; "r. J.. W.. Tbomoion ts putting Inbowling i i I and RotAll De..... !. .

i alley in the. upper' room of iI .Iron A, d_:. .,;.'4ot r ..\.......;.' .t--....+.. :..Mt 'r. 40 SZO "!8CI GR'O.C'ER.IES: 11r
'Butter-bFick building which h* I ....01.. .w.....-n -:-...:.-: ., .........,-' U* K. XA. 40 M log f ff'
...HO< nwt4.." '."' '''''''''.'.'' is VS. lie 40 :240 t'U' '
uecJ, some .time'go_ He Isthejlrack .LaVanDHzor&Co. ." . .. ..... .
01 .w3. . .... 1" Ma Ma 200 80 '
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IMlolt' : hTni..lf, 'and Is. MM ....,..._..... .#* *..- .if*..-.*...* ,86 M.tSaim, Z60 00 -C t
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.w14. . 16" SaMa <0. 6< 100 .i f
ally, making. a (rood. Jab of'' It.. .' -----"' W.JU'C! ; n.Iwusl4of ....: ..UM'C ** .$'...5.V.T7.. 'JIS'' i0s 'tads" .40 260'e.. COUNTY AGENTS FOR. ,
,'0" IHL 7feh w IM eor 1M" r. *:.MM eh w .
BROKERS 11.1-\eh...... ,. U.26 "'h... .... .,. 11 It. Ma 'so 180 BOO .
m..ho'of AGRAIN
.\. Tbe r Mr.F. It. Granger. .*of &* of A.: <. ...'-.-.;. 11. lie Wla, W: lOV* AoOi II : I Celebrated :Fertilizers CRATESr4: 1 11
was murdered' Fort Gardner _. o.e.ra- . ," ,. .. .!1of-" and. oI.l4 of.Wof (, iw4 -t' .
.. .l4.1q.y.nd'ianda.4of.w.. 1* lIe! 80. 110 1000 IVWlSUa .
i shipped by undertaker.Tbomp O.w.-n-......,..... ut'-t' of nwU and ..'4"."of nw".... 186e eo 14O 100 E T C.'ParrMhe. ; a
REAL "E: f T AT E' 8. C. Pmrtln.. ... .. II"} or.". M'4uMlHofiw. }" of MU M 26to, .. 0a .8 1000 1IIJOLC.Jtarti..J. $ .. ....- Circulars and Price* .. .
night to Grandln.Fla.I ;where .hei ... '
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_:JoI."of.! .. nw) .... D' "26a. IIOe 4Ct "lonoji $ ,.. .:. .. Application.I .,. '.i O
brother. and .1.te..Ud ( o.l0of./.r..60a ., .
i a ,-.? AND, INSURANCET. .1. a.on.- r.... ; at of.l,,of ,......,.. i'. 29 .'I'a' ,.w* lib:' 1'00. /71 - ;.
p .,, .r" a. I>. Ubbv '. ,.,'w1, 'VsVi at aJt .0} .wjof..K! ...r ot-w ' r I
i bat fceaird eseplaleM t1Fa/b0y1 drr r ...... "' .. ,'.81"r SB.S&a\. ','1 no... too ': y." '. : .... .. , ' . .. t ':X
enough know better 0-Er Parker....;...., mwsd of'aw U Uai'l4 llj"_I't.,;\ .'" 2' ;>fN SOa -*'*< 11110 600 ' 1 b
i are larfre to: '. -', ........... ..... .... / : :E.S F : ,
"t :::::: E.8.Ubby 01".1/ ... .. ]. 11 1 26. -/tOe. IS 860 600 -a: 'U 'R S .W' ox
-/ : been guilt/ of bathing In a nude ,,, "': UE. u .... wHo/aS Iron ..... ,.. tin,.......:. 2a .4%, ]( BOO 1000 JwiL T

dltlon, from the public dock In the . M."RIVERS, MiTK-T": Anpanonaharlnr aoo:>lalnt to mak*upon u..shore Minis. win ba hoard bet.... tile Board on 01
;time.ThU UanvloUtonof a' town WITH'MlSHIMMEs PIt.CI..jIt.4 8..0.. Monday. August G(the S. 1K B..r-" >4. ...U''clock" tile tar._' E.E. LESLEY.. Clerk.' Cowatry': ; .: ='ro
lnanoe,'a*' well as j the rules of DRUG COMPANY. t1.4d.1r -I By W. a.JOHNtlTON.D.C", .. '" S
PHOI"SO"41'! "' 14.-, B.' :
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.. b'Ho:JlsosT>oy, .and ,should,,,thev bejrf aiMIMlIt, n.&.' 1M74VN N'tya'W1AtoA A'a' ty a H.K. 3 n

-i 1 t/yibi ,cabal the jr. will be ,. -, -- .- .........-.- _. .......- :. '. 1
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lytrts r DR. LESLEY'W. WEEDON.: ... .\ .... .J ATLANTIC COAST LINE .t(, ai

; "airdrto bop defray lie expenses FIOIALIST; ,, :; "
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' .heMtamlgame.'ibeB..eBall7eam tYI; WAR; MOSI AND THROAT. THE THROqGlt CAR LINE FROM"VLORIDA.1:'1OONNEQTIONS. l.. ,

All gtve'a festival at the Pfann buUd< private Huapiul, 'American, National: .. .
Fla.' CARSON.. Joni It. B. CARSON.' 1 pt
Friday/ eventoffAugustSrd. Came Bank BWg, Tamp ,. .A M. LBB.VUwPraatdaat. .
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body, enjoy'. the,, evening and f .I4..c. +.
p> the Ball Team. There Is to be a Dlt. j.w.'SIMPSON' Barik.'of"Krssittttrle' To, East .'Over its own 'ls"'to'' Savannah. Charleston* ""

i bake whlob. will be voted' o 'the .' ". the 'Richmond .and Washington thence Via Pennsylvania 'J
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ri it' popular girl presents; It;'is the ..DENTIST, Kissimtnee j; '' ?Ia., "ALL RAIL Raflwa .. rf ";d

?itt every young in an i to. see' thatglel'jleete Offio> Over Oeoeo'la'Pb.rm."y,' ..- v, To West ..
the cake,, OllTlOtc Houas:: t(, 9a.: ni.'to 12 m. PAID UP CAPITAL._..........:"?..,....T., a. TO'OOO OOTOCKHOLDBRS '' '. and "Dixie Flyer, Route" Via Atlanta. "'I!

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jWlll| on, who ,ba f'been so ierlouily Telephone, ,, . 76 Jun' 5. lr.. . . DEPOSITORS. SBCURITY. ...,,Vi.;... xtv. IOO OOO. 00 :: New -Philadelphia'and: Boston, via Norfolk ,,3,
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-- v.; ... Steamer to New York,: Washington and Baltimore. .
Palm "
Beaoh '
home West
u at his at. 'i
_J ;; : N Jtd i* , 'Prooipi a.a Careful :Attention given to all Matter entrusted > Tla Savannah and Mercban-'' and Miner 'Transpor- F
to.porthim'somewlatllmproved} Mr, .1." .. .., p ; to ... 'Ex"ba.... Rood atoll points at cheapest'rates. Via Steamship.. tattoo Co.,' fur Baltimore and Philadelphia. ."' vUi U,
: Mi'WUlsun JrywhoUs's.pendtuq i: SAT'rOR11YYAT; .LAwP.1:3'.l : 4 t,
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__ ,vacation'in Mew York,5'wetji :'flowni ..-.l.,I AND, NOTARY,:PCBl.IC: :.II ;.1 .. ...."11 .' YOUR, BUSIHESS" SOLICITED.: Key- West aridHavana. " Via Peninsular &.Occidental Steamship tTII\

i week" to see him '::.

much Improved,, be, returned' tow """ ; : Rnnle nt the celebrated tral., New York A Florida 1fJ1a1"! J'1orld.and Wets )atlas ",
...York tct. finish his. tI.It.q . , ,I!' '__, -_ I I ...w1i" 1 ,' t r. q Limited Chicago, A Florida Limlt.d.and DlaJ.Flyer; \, ,,;J p
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r.andMrs.' B. 1'.. Butler .hive -' ', : t, Quickest Schedules Superior Service
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,, ; ', >red back from Orlando and sireRain :WILor WLNN.;, 1P.rraorAw .....: ,. for Information a.to.tooIo Mheduim' ,at ..eoninlt the Purpi. Fold r,or eovtBaolcato wtifeJ. ), al
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comfortably domiciled In. their I- - .q.-KUKLAND. Division PuMDc.r Annt. firapa, ria. .' '

;;kaadeome oottaire. Mr, Butler Is still << .awa.oit411ioti... JOHN'B, ', "STETSON; UNIVERSITY, .W, J, CRAIO. 1'_..... ..III. Maaa. .M 1Itmlettee'NC( ,, ?, '.:,' trI

1 in business In '
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Orlando,, : J" I, FOUR COLLH0I5AND riVB:TBCHNICAL'SCBOoLS..DELANP "
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\ A* karbeoue part of; it?was ,"all. city/fitI' P pations4Mrs' | 'a 4 UNo..soat iaoart I a aaaoaali Ovmaavhn dtaiaaadaad vttka ssulsIs irtdta' ...biiHoi......--.lai aa..t.aoO.M- .. .wages AtIaWIa.! F50,'*...tasaias51..i.Sinai. .. MUdlanTor -- : I
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,.. .4.1", ,J. C.-arlfBn.: L a.daasrbtier. .. ," Sunday here wltnj,hts j) family.;; ,Reposed} Etch Week by.a.l.C.:;. : I PPAI1Tr :

BVleRrat.T' : AJ, For a nice smooth', easy share- try. ;. AH figured lawns '*t COM at Kate's! :i,, .....1telMF1, ..+khFf4iM. ... r .
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I' Mlss'Mary. Louise MaVIason. visitedIn t ta : w, : J. ]' .

Official weIM.t.st.porI: () .,. : >An appropriate Htle, frn this ona- 1 p
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Taaaet...... l'_,_wlee KKOCVBMIM. ... Miss ? munlcatlon protmls !::; ,
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T."...... sly 18 1-. Mens t.wu.pt_ summer suits"** "reduoed 1'10. Mm ,Nellie_Wallace.. this. .week' ; a flas ,M PAINT Proposition .. Offer
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Rainfall. prices at' K, its. .. Ageoov Great: Western'allorlnCo. : | r 0'01ln-111e. Eklnabur/," "Stacyborough .'. \' ,(
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'. .. Mr. George Bteffee left last weelcfo and Whittier .
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a month ur six weelc'-> ouilog' .In, CUiClr'a Mr*. 0.. Wit; Bass returned Tuesday .On' Saturday, the 14th Instil;1 that . \J H'
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."* .."' .J,.. ..,.e. M lit 6. from a visit uo.ber" dsugbter.Mrs. J. prince of veterans, R.< W, 'Will Save You :
',_..nd.,_ .i....... III 74 .14 full'of M. Paalkt at C.IIPO. O*. appeared at the Joe; .Wllllnen's .npor- , : ,M uey. t:
Honda .... ..... w a.iorr 'Our and lOo counters are big '' "; "
d.dn..d.j' ....IY...._.. III 81 TlTO, ..e7resrrraT value*. Couit and loipeot them.. All kind of p'leturs. .mould iogrst 'iun\wUn a'prana ng aI/aD of,, blacks, r r:'

,..... 88 ZI ___ .liargsinbwew. Thompson's. and a-commodious' vehicle! 'prepared .Will Impxovle'Your. Pr} .rt, :,
to carry domicile ,
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...- C.b1.. W. Collier went South Vlrt. M. Tiller and children odlof&t.tle
i. IfIM P'IOM. P. M.
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.... Monday tu'1oul. after bU turponuiie simple few were preparationsmade feasy"
; Belle Harrl.epent: the day In Will Paint:on Term '
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Our rates for Insertlota of "tire' 10Ltlntlll.,: Orlandp Wednesday and about 11:15: a., m. we ;
metits among the reading1 mal.t.ei on I were comfort.abJ.e"ated lo'aaldvehiole ; : : .

this paCe). Is ten.cents. per line each insertion. utug.Phone. your.wants; we do the run Sbirl last-waist at Damn's.'75o value, now 40o-while. and on our way1 W//, ,Simmons llle, Will G-uraiiice'fhe: ''Job" .-. :, ,:._ .. .

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nTI1E.'LOCAL /which as prewluu.llI'ap'j/ *>lned. ,Is .a ," ,4,
KISSIMMKIC.. DRUG_, I COMPANY, Mrs. W. Q. -Waring, of Lakeland suburb: of our city situated on a 'J k"I10.;' .',. .
oooccooooooooooooooooooq ", Mr. S.U.'liullock' lelL. WednesdayFor cam up Monday to Visit" ber parents, ''plateau! far above" high water mark 'n; .Ii.'

a brit vUuty ti+ ;cnlly,. wtio arc Mr. .,.ad.Hr.. J, M. X>y
FIELD: summerlLiff at Coronado Bogota.. ; i Stanford will sell. 15 yds. 4-4 unbleached -|I I railroad evidence of which,' were frequent W, B. MAKIWN' COMPAHrthe

t : i l. If you kuuw ao Item:! uf news don'I i muslin for Sl.OO. if ..' we proceeded ono} 1' journey, ..
rrau 'W Call us tip or gelid it iii. Wewwutatlu 1 Nutbluir worthy, of note 'pr mention ,
Floe mulch cow for tale. .. ..
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,.. saws, '. Apply to I*. H> Burbeau. I|[disturbed our meditations. and In; due roads some better and: our oUfdend r

Wade th. TiTrtef, Orlando M Mr, ll,. U. Pvtleway\ Mtfatger of the 'Stanford will\ lot time we.were kindly) welcomed by Mrs. I / Arch Bass Improving: slowing.. .
close out hU entire I '
Fewer gallons) "wear toatfet( ; Devoe Pettew-ay' Naval more Cu.! of Lou U- of straw. bats at half price.. if j jMrs. :I Simmons and family;f' an addition I 'T eClO 'o crop In. tbls community' is

f 'ewUoe mouldings Fountain's. wau .''w.... 'uu tlli ouuif bu lceM here baring I been made since onr ,previous dolnrf'fatrly"well' very little fodder ,
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( Of : ba.ui-uwy, >. Ji 'B.Steffee' and Prof.' Beau- :I visit by the return of tbe '..t.el'an.1 pulling having been Indulged Inh e

Dwellings$ for rent,,.kpply' to M. tt A fcbcotid band 'Deerln/" mowing ma- champ SUefTee have returntd -.,trom''' a .charui'lug':Uanghtcr,,Miss Ellen, who rt-In..having been '0. Incessant. that'' ,% .. ;1J
I [ hr."y visit to\ ll -. J. U., Slellee at Louisville %
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+ Obiuo IU1"'"& vuuuitivu, fur .i.i<* been enjoying a- partial i summer most'of. the fodder has been left on
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.: Great bargains in.willow chairs at eueap. B. C. U. iuw. Co.: *,. .. I'outing at the .pleasant' and classic.Pegburo. stalk, Oranges still bold '",ell! ,own' t

I Thompson's. Miss Lucille ;btunait y return ,U 3l' 1..11'and winter samples now.>I W. found Miss Maltie, egg plants are coming up very slowly' 4

Mr, M".C. Moorman, JacksonTllle 01 CAiii.MouuMy, after au at>.euou ulaevetidweoks ready at Dana's. Agency for Great (postmaster Edna) and her 'slsteTr cane will be abundant and potatoes

war in town.1e.t.8rda wliiou snei ti|>eni', wituat Western Tailoring Co. I I Miss Lusts enjoying the' hospitalities, nleniy.o that the future lo"'ore'' .for

trtruue, .....' .Ii..1Wee woe .retaLVb ;t>f this noted mire"t. The luscious us-throwing In a'railroad or. two U S'I'
'. Stanford will sell you 20 yds.,, glag i.akriiom14A The t.*n-l"OOmwo.Lor, dwelling of :watermelon, wai brought Into'requlsl' exceedingly brilliant.. s
ala JiauueC.;< IVChaodler situated std +
ti .lIam r$1.00., ,< ..uRenenb A. on west ti
v of Broadway, adjoining"! N. -B. Car : Won and we were'soon'eojoying ourselves Bro. Wheeler baa 'apoarentlif. ifle.
? r the toe Cream, supper. tug A good time o savejliuney kld'n.by buyutiAt IIbu'.'1'f'1 deoee Is for sale. Hrlce low to pleasures highest attainment.Miss rented his old comrades but /circumstances .

Friday evening! August 3rd. "151.11'w. guou at i '' terms iI.....,. Apply to M. Tiller agt. M ttle reports Ednabury which may cause htm to adopt staat /, WE'' JIM..l'l ?Jidot'merelyto'

; Lust, strayod or stuJeo, a large'rea b is situated about 'seven ; .. ., i''
; the way > home qualitl which at times become < "
shirt orange "
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r Stanford will sec) you 12 docen MLkI' Mr Butter, a large grower Ii
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ti. oevu x u. t oauti n aay miles north west. of Slmmoastlile. to the husbandman. I satisfy bs f
1/\/ buttons. for 6 0. .if j ,
and pr.onI1I\en\>l resident Narooossee, .. .. , .
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(t Auy &It _W'' ii wb"l be in a flourishing condition; people The l patriarch bas not yet returned I" -
: Don'tforget'the; Bas*, Ball- Boys who owns la summer home,,over'looking < ,
.\ abuel.. .. lIru' will iiburailji cocy. to delight you with'the'
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en joy Ing,many blessings and the clerkof to Whittier, contlqued Ibsencehasa ; .
'2 Friday\' evening d Augun'3rd., t I "Waruua. itHV., U. Ai, t:11U': .." .A1l\I., the AtlsntioOoean'at to DaytoosBeach. visit, j i the.weather dislributloR Heaven's peculiar, cart about it which'as' ,tnecomoion 'of' :...
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has England to our'
'" All kln'h of pictures framed to rot '' gone i with which quality:, grecwt es*.
Try the' new barber's'tiup.. 'Kvery: beverage a fluency saves zpre sion Is 'comes all
hi. C\bl1dren. wig In college, Mrs.Butler I .
; der at Tboupson's.The .. are ; j
.biuK new. ..UII' Up-t4-eau. I! the sluggard from that which b* most around being suspicious.John has \Ve the1\ .
the Plano and of the family' are' at can-glFt/yoii;
Ball festival at part
'j Base. 1-oKui-K, cieau towbi.,, ul.ln.'U.**. M..-- dreads; work. In the .evening Mr. : also partaken u of.tbe same.enthusiastic ,
Friday evening August 3rd. Vloo. > Daytona'lleach for the:, summery andjitiv '
building Btaoyfrom 8ta<$ villa spteat'edt ac notion sod the future. reveal OF EVERYTklNqIII .1
i Butler expects to' again ; y ,, may BEST ;
iI Smoke Key'.West Havana the best clerk of the Court,E. L. Lesley and England I companied by a cross out saw and the events which will startletbe. ,! 1I.t.I"e"l
10 a few treelc*, ,,his visit to .
.. law l>; Air. ". u. Rasa and Iawiiy. ; t$01i11.Q.. of ; Grade
';: 60 Cigar on the market.Bring.your -, on this occasion being a"short 'one.ndian .- conversation byname both' lively' and The Democratic st.r'has[ .been I : High ,
are. lUMraui Wi.. Kuiui murgru "II" Interesting.- night'Mr. Henry Sav find with nature's ,
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. friends Aujtdst out to.the 3rd.festi-and .. r. W,, E1edde."rpNUl!: ; .;; sue 'any !.'; Rlv r'Advocate' *.* f a*, /ajje.was added to the 'list of caller commission for. remc/ving the:'. tadpole ,Table, ,Luxuries;*,ami j brac' _
evening'
''It a lday uiea.uutly' Weuueru. .y &pwuiuwif vIA Capt.. Mallng was, notified on .Toes and that. gentleman sat up until aisle daotlolle"but Sunday evening brought '

t!. give IheuT-a-lfood time. bDUIjJIt'III:, __ day. of M appointment by Gov. hour In the night an attentive listenerto with It the heaviest rain ,we have', ''bad ,Tlsfons of all'oj' .,Idnd :titt i,
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!Stanford has tbe *ellest lire. of i i New b..NHt .bup "Patrick's- . 'old Broward,',' a member of the National 'a number of war yarns. told by two this spsson and our noted ..ahantlleer' pricer-0that i v ,sur8'J'tc ,

d.,: Corsets in Ki. lmllMt i 'L..04. 1M1''u.I: ul a to murtal arusblau Farmers- Congress, to serve' for' the old veterans who were. present. A Is again In his native element., : .are. (

, ..It: Mr. E. A. Stephenson ofMslbouroe' uuLVurrauL. w tau au .Liu latest. lax next two years. The notification kind invitation from Mr.- Stacy to visit If you"should happen to receive anyInformation' command atteHtinii.i I'f;;,
.Ii has been transactingbu.mess lnvt>own :'uariw.ug.: : ,-' states' that the next annual meeting of him at his borne somewhat changed concerning 'county 'f)'

", this week. leis currently reported bel.eUuw: be Congress will be held at Rock Island the original program'after that gen road machine1 our:" people 'would'' ,bepleased & FLYD]

.; Stanford'will-' sell you white shirt Uiiv ire fij' chapman'will' iebiKTaUutel butdoesn't specify. which one, I tleman's. departure we decided to make' to hear from you, we begin to ...HOGAN ; ) ,.

t .waUu at about halt Jlri08.r viK Lie Bowl, i.wsiiLaie lot 'u.,- and as there I.re ..e.eral'plao by him up a little surpriseparty and on think it .either boat strayed'or' stolen

giuulog kbuuk totpieujbfcr/: ana will this mute scattered over the. UnitedStates.theCaptaln Tuesday morning the, blacks were and our; cltltens are' seriously'one' : '

..Mrs. Ueldt and' her grand-children!; uave, it ready tur' vouupnucy..by.: .the Is undecided M to I again harnessed to thecarryall' and slderlog the proposition of taking up CITY

:J. Alma, Norma, aDd Lawrence Griffin; D6X _tunrlrl, seaitun. l'tiiit' 1. Indeed wbether he will attend until he learns the"veteran accompanied'' by your nlckfe..ub crlpl.loo. to offer as are.1 ,, BARBpSHOEwill.

'f left 6t-, New Smyrna"'-" *"Monday to. -visitNatives. good news, if trutt.v v ( '' more definitely the_ distance he will bumble servant Mrs' Simmons, and wart' for'Its recovery,'. The mall ear : ,

M<*. Joe 'bean, :Uuperinleadent of have to travel., their little. daughter Katie! was1 soon rta. the road between ':Canoe! ,- for -?i '

I i Nice line of picture mou1dlnlf''' and 1'gbui lotitruutiua ol U o >'ta Ouuoty, The Orlando'Tleporter-Star thus describe ender ''lll'After a journey.of; ( .about CreelsBnd .Whlttler' -In'a frightful. con-i" ,Now Open '. ..

bate, |lust*arrived. J.: W. Thompson. aua a pruuilneut 11.11'11411'" Uf\ tartw'" a railroad automobile which twelve tull-Ss through, a, comparative dllioVflLnd seine pf bur superstitionspeoplf ." t'. fir:.P'olr', .Old 8taod.... : !

Come.,to the festival at, the 'pr"DDb'o&Udlog' went was"inTuunvllle weveriidaythis ) was at the Seaboard station In that wilderness the'spies of Tracy bo rough ; pretend to,believe that It.. all .

1 Friday 'evening'Aegusb. 3rd, week 'appearing before ,JUUKO city Tuesday; ,'"It .a..t. the Seaboard ! appeared to. view and soon afterwardswe on'' account of that rbadms/cblae---1:0": ?' .sand. I Nv A,4. ::0NIi ---'CHAlK.. ;:.-,

{ and vote for toe tnost'popular:girl. loue in, .s cttauvery .case.-Indian stationthis morning and It was were;.welcomed by, MrsStacy.. 'a&trie the, county mules. 'zoaa. ..
threshold of their little'kingdom. Recent excurslup..lntobunters .
River YUOII.LeL a hummer.' Sheffield Irks name'and i paradise '
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,. Call and see what Stanford has to 1 t made the to.Oviedo'and. return I Here a'alD We'found evidence of theappreciative" ; have beeo"apP"'reot.1"' "successfuland . 'uW. :
offer'you in exchange tor- All W'bl" dress skirts reduced, In run ff' : .' ;,, ; . ." J t74"l .''j1Iv 1' '
yJuurmuuey. wltMn_"n. hour.- bb..won. buo''to' cbsractertsUcsof: ; bur the douMlog .p proeess wffl. i + ,.>.., ,
\;,'Mr. Bud ley oder.ont"'bo.uaa; ">.riue _t..K.La'I. .. ,.... :. .. ". ''". ; WHdwQod/having 'on board, agent. Post M Htr"General and his courtesy he (to'fall) .force sHs-i villas ]m .wrmualty self ..- :
I. butchering ',.relablbhmeul'""Ia' '<.West Ii Miss\ Cecile Moseley came down onbe HuL.ooto' says it.'. a wild and wooly' towards.the fair aas., ;We. found! the ., ''gear ','f.,1'*' '*'"1***.l"f'-VJi" T'' ';. .

t ,!, Tampa., waa here tbls 'wek buying Midland.Tuesday from: ber home at. ride. fait'; machine looks much like gentleman' of tb_bouse' ,In.. a nearbyorange ; Charlie' McQua<*<.tta' regular, .vi.,' 'T ,p I 1iICIf", :,_ .
cattle Waco, and took the. midnighttrain I tor at Wblitter lie c'D''?relate "such ..
from.our stock. men. an ordinary automobile. with flange grove ministering.to the;necessities stories tw ',' 'Y
charming railroad that ''be is '
on the A. C.,, 1..; -for' Jacksonville, of a sick horse.* it having O JS>f
Instead ,
Why not trade at the Cash Bargain wheels of rubber tires. This :very highly appreciated hy 'our cltliens. . .
Store and get big 'values for our. from which' glace she. will sail via particular. ,type'holds four ''personsand been attacked by what :1* 'commonly If you are, through.. ;: I am.', so ,I lets. trill IIrfM'tie;....""Jo.i. '" !' -.., ..

money.' Clyde Line for New; York' 'and will Is destined to. revolutionize. handoar called ,staggers j which' professionals you and 1.t.op;. ...'" O.:.''I.'O.*' K ,.ba...-....-....-..CII. .ol 11I_tM _........r'.....""....."..-....."-,-..,"
spend several months In ' denomioafca' wen n ; ;: .1'.r.'L. "
: bat city and
"A'game of baseball Is scheduled to : travel.. :, I'ung'levefj; hteefforts ,
1 to Massaohuseus. a'ucoessful' and'ibe animal .boon rectum: Youngs Female Colk fl8,.I.
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, take pluioe on the local dlmond this Among those who 1eftxthTs week to Negroes, Reported Ly che4. !t *
1, l..odo ,at.d'the ed 111 tis>ial grass,and grain 'eating.Ibe'Staoy's 'TBOlUJyiUJS, OA.:: .t1'
af""IDoollbeLweeli.O attend celebration of bertenth
Remember .Miami's
we are carrying a, nice Orange A rumor Is current on the street this
w, home team ., ?"., )line ot Groceries. Block} ; butter on anniversary were,:, Supt, and bave a fine grove. mornngthat the two' negroes'; who so -rkal.rti ltfL 'I", ; '
ice a specialty. CITY BAKERY.Mr. one of.the trees being<< the ,largest the ..ltjr, Broad DrM .
rf W. J, Seam Mr. and Mrs. C. 'a
*lhe Bakery is the rs. :r
;R City agent for. : writer has"ever Peso their foully murdered E.) Ilw Granges at fit .and fctraMhrn. i1 ;
best In theState. onetof W.''Orlffln .Mr.. and Mrs. A. L. Chandler ; successas .... .t."P,
J' White blrr t>aiindry-tnit Fred Worth Tampa' Fort'Oardner Wednesday ,night were "
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watermelon '''estab* --eo
waa1 soon
\ ., T prominent' and and children Mrs.:W. s. J.,Overetreet.Misee. f taissr. ...
biggest/ most best caughtby a, posse" In; the' 'j lobed far the finest and ,
they being by t
.Mrs.:, S. 8..Orlffln and children; I.. ofbsimmee natured butchers spent'' several days ... Helen Carson, ,. Angle I molt. seen :during'the hood of Haloes City ,last 118b', 'and Tarsi: CBKIBTIAM BOIII rUJENCBgl.. _...1Address
numerous :
were in . "' : '
> 1. OCBRAII ;
present Pfe.'t .
o' One melon HUfsT
e Kue.t of.the formers father-, Mr.. I.E.'Or2lnt..kelaad I and purchasing cattlefor'the C, W. Dann;' H. J. Barns, Henry bro6ght'rom'ir,.e.., field 'No 'details are obtainable at, .this -. ... ,
Tracy's
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\ .. .:Jew",.,, Tampa market.' Besides other-'pur* Stanford. U.;, Overstreet, ''Pierce nine of us 'with' all we .wrilb, ,supplied for writing i! but general credence ,Is ,given 1 OOOfl008f100 t ;! .

\ The- Cash BargainIlftore. ,Is tbe chases,,he bought 300 head of beef from Oardoer,"A A. Simpson. John Bryan and :'nooe of us quit out.ol politeness the rumor; as tbe* people'' are t highly ...... :..... L .':rr....,.,... .' place to ,* wb.o are Fr W. Stalker, and others whose k-.r'.
save mODe. you. 1.,W. Mllle\ for futureaellvery., either. Never has a host and hostess wrought tap over the'terrible, "crime : t. .
; trading. :r i names we fall to, remember' J jugs now; and tbe prediction, 'had been ''freely : "f
which'was' KissiiHMee. tt .
The of baseball I
game vied with each other with greater suoovss Dfi.. '
MrRoylance and' children, -of 'Miss Ruth Byrd. who has been 'vlstlng that if the r : ,
: -, made culprits were caught . ,
have been played4here', yesterday,, between than did Mra- and Mrs.; Tracy to ., . .
Fort Piei'oe'wbo have been 'spending her-oousln, MissGeneva Byrdior.some'tlme i trtey'' would be given short shrift --
the team and Sanford has _
tender .t.h8Ir welcome -
locaj ylsltors.
hearty
:;. ,the past several weeks w ith Mrs. E, left fpr'' 'hen hone ''In'Klsstmmee . : ; '' '
11L.\ IxisIeT and Miss Emma Morgan, I been 'postponed till next Thursday; ; I.odt.l.-orlando ReporterJ J and'we bad every reason' to be jWA1QTEDl: by Chicago, wholesale ..WHAT; WE'. Da TOR 'YOV., v

; home last' Monday, This promises Lobe_ a. flqe 'eshlbltion well 'pleased with their untiring efforts and mall order house, assistantman- \j. < ; .
Returned .. of the national'trame, th Sanford and Starr; .to Teaderourhogt and for this '
,1-- t visit pleasant seer (man or woman) county vvcanjr' th. largest'anl J'J.,: ,/ '
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'r,: 'H. W. Tburtoan,,;of'' Germantown : (Clsslmmee teams being pretty, evenly 'Jud'ge Oordph, at-/Tainpa'ba: taken I Ia agreeable''- We were'pleased with l lo and adjoining' territory .Salary $ land most retried s" ; a: J.gin .

.:I;. Pa.wpoowns,, vsluablejnlsinKlesien-) matched, they having defeated St. Tribune! reporter' behind the door 'cationhousehold affairs,, table refreshments .* expenses paid weekly; expense stock" of. our' line. v ', Yv "<

" :i Fla., 1s be ing Importuned. by the 'cltlcens'to Augustine by the same ,.00. as ,our a nd..oonfldeJ to. him that be felt a call l| and jreueral, aceOmpanItnenU tlon money permanent.advanced No Work Investmentorexper pleasaotlpost.* town. h i', ,<: %k

4 erect at ,Kisslmmee an 'up-to boys.:: toO become candidate fdr- governor:: _d._ decided on, visiting the Inoe required.. Spare time valuable.Wrlteatoncefor . We carry '.pone :;but 'the t>1

.1 date''' brick, hotel' -Jacksonvlflo. lteteupo1is. T.. stump gaog "now'bavetheOrlan- LeL'. see- gordon Is the fellow '..who postofSoa ..dep.n.ment.Iota.. .' a' neater full partioulsrsanden. freshest and purest:of .drugs. .

. .'; do road cleared beyond the Donegan ned aTampa'oew.paperm.alIOO) because -"and rooreTjosreful postmaster was dot cloeeself-adressed GENERAL MANAGER envelope''Address.,'1CE Lake. ,I.t: all times. '': :,t. .;

:4 t;:If you have any laundry1'' to send place,' and as.' soon.1 as- the, !work. of of an.article. asking him to give within the limits of our Uncle" Samuel's. St, Chicago. -,20-18U. Your prescription's ate filled,; ?" '

away.pnd want it "done u ll.ID good laying and grading thestreets' I.. fin- cine gamblers their Jurt1,deserts. lurtsdlctlon.-:
I "shape, \ ," phone. the City Bakery.K.'Kanner bed tbe read machine will be- put" to Ergo. notany' Oprdon, oursl Nay' greta that:eilBtng engageweotscom- Registration Notice. besides years/actual., 'ex, r'pedence.
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,:f{ t' Idr ,packed.-his'stock of work, grading, to this County, line- nay Horatio--we'll':- bear the Ills we> polled us tojpoart from such friends.Thursday. -' : '; ':.' :z'M.'
h..th.rt.b.n'. those! '''which might mxfrnlng'tbe 'blacks The registration books will be open ,
'St. godd the early part of the week 'and Tnless Orange count gets'a bustle on woreagain Doesn't '
become a of realnae. Brow forward .aod: ed at the court house the first Monday thtc.,meanusonie= 5L; f',
her Osoeola will have her of theroad pert your brought,, ,. we departed + .
them Aroadia'where hewillQp'en ; part
to ,
I shipped\ , In for the of .lli" 4'e ; '
August, purpose registerlog thln8' ? :;;
threatens
'ard merely) ,, to'c..p.lloh editors from Tracyborough with. a de j; i .
: Be, flnlshedflrst. .J
''i' up a siore. : ad Mn. Kanner all qualified electors who are not ,< '
|f..fl for thai place 0' edae.d.7', R.4. Evans,> of' Naroopssee a.rp ,' 'who! as hi.be'1I0D' 'grata-hot Oddon' termination''... .111 Tie It this cherish registered, and will be opened''three We'carry iMcienthelp''to'deilveryourpaokagas' i
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after the. editorial .. convenlance.. : In each Monday .Wednesday '
''l4 stock of Ca&f.le weeks, goes packet; spot at our, earliest days week : ..witlsitt'vafewmomenf'aftertlteplr :;
bis
t.f.: For lowest'prides., ever beard of on cold. ,0 agoias and albeit It Is hard to get blodd froma :While at tblsplace( ) 21rtBobDonegan;' and Saturday,from ,' *. '-m till ..t' '
r marine and .stationary ;gasolene. engines purchased the stock of E, A.S..pb-. 12:00 sod rom 2 p. m.'J tlir"4 ,The ; ;y.
7t.! seeP, D.' White, Klsslmmee, enson and_Mrs. "w.I'r.not; ; Parker turnip, ye} the turnip may' suffer lath and Young Tlndall rims bt.4; spent books will open In all districts In the chase; ThIs' Is not ""ktlct, ', --.:...

,Gla! 'V A. '' n or 'I both stocks: ..ranging to Osoeola..Orange. .. squoeae. 23 for 'yon Judgte! < a short tlaae with ...:;. P'romj1ohe t .weobtained'the county the first Monday lII8epember.Dd ,' .'.boasting,'but jwe. want, ;'your'bu .. .
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:* .M' ..Uamp, Walkef'I : iod"famflj of and Brevard.S The price paid,, were' Lakeland,.News. .,. 11{ cheerful Intelllgeoo' ,.tbatI I .week will the be days open to two be designated" dare .' In'by each tbeolstrictsupervisors. I >sfnefas'ands. ',we. .know' we-- .,, ..J.

1. .Tantle, ,which'ieagp,.Tsylor, Greek, ".60. ahead delivered.. and ''$8 on .the Id Seinlller OGVHKX Sales .I}the Hon. Ar. E. still answered' oorreipondenoe The books will can' . please. -, .
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,t I about, six miles f<.o. Lake Okeeebobee range when other business'r per* close In all districts In the eoanty. the c: (
rove up to Klssimoaes this'week ;%nd Klsslmmee i Ba..BaU :'l will offer my entire stock of ladle.\:;:sallied, we were t&e wore" pleased;to second Saturday in avebeenIsitingt'befamllyof.SberlIft The Team bas summer dress goods atp a very low, hear this from'the* fact that'clrcun; ing to law., -This Jnly /tit''1901.! ,.:;" ..... ':':r : +. ;.i
'e mad;arrangements t9 playi'lb.) San price, for the nect 30 days for caah.bave .- "
to -
stances bad! caused form sui adverse I
t 1. U/Walkvtf.., : \fink Is *:r opinion but aa'Ali"things that 1'
Irst visit i4Kll.hotneelo'' seven jeannil Lawns, potted Swiss VoHes,' ShirtWaist OsoeoUcount.-;, :.: l' '
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wWr ., and Miami here Tuesday August ,fth. .. 'Yk11AQa11. .
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: good all fresh .>ertalfetl) to the affairs' of this'world. i = = ... .
be was hlably"pjsased' with tbe I Without doubt ,these 'will now good ;: -----------. .- t." .. ... '" c . "Cf.The .
bosh games '
; that must sro regardless *> 'vtoltto "
: -prtee. jnnst oome.toan end iio dWHmy; '.
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ss the town bM :'letWealoee t ,. his be Interesting, for'all three Uw jMw1LLSOI4eR., : .
teams
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net ,1 also offer all of try q t sbos: ,:Slmmoncvilie ;;an4', .
visit: 'Tbe,4 {yiee| over land from e4,1D' rdefeedo : .St..:Augustine.Orlando . is white canvas and-- tao/-oQlora/ ,. for, fliaTsst.lr 'OI1'.S..t.Ilr4aJl '' ''N'bA'.' T.lHsiiWwl; To Cwr.sit G.N #e1.or. 4
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,Witd4lIM'oW "
'aorniasf( : ; -
i Taotle 14 aiS mlteeKantog I nMa. women and eblldreti, M Life same -
1.0. JMO pfmyed ,">games ,with .8t.! : ', r. ,
to the *sdii W llr.Walkerdays eat rate price. AU I..* to that yon,t\veteran's> matched team we were found .
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ri ,,trek, Augustine and was defeated both times call and see the goads' prVsesiwW : I ''ReaLB... ( :" 4
'f', i > our wayh'l IopeW.lt:' '\ : Rllkrevs
*?; drive. 1. i If.. '* sl+ Minks tb can play balls,. :vp. do lobe ......:'- IL V. sra le'" ,, : firs. 1
w -.. y [ . tsos? * > tnuobs* we had lei IICIS&JNH ;: 'r! A. e ssaMllsal, ,,r
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iZii Lit0Etf1 K me' 'Tell me q.,Ck. sir,." 'lean' bear H. } -' I '. . DEFIANT' f

'lam very strong '-The only thing that' I DOUMA IS'

OR, "s difficult! to.bear: Is the suspense of ,

not knowing." : in gs-in: Florida M HMVSWM 1

\ FOR HER "ItIs not a long story )Ua Grand, po ,

though I fear' It will be painful one Outlawed 'Russ Parliament

1' FATHER'SPOINT for a daughter's cart to listen to. But Finland' .
Re-Assembles
for your engagement this disclosure ,

v SIN., need not: have been made; and. we must ? ? TT T i ,

hope that the happiness of tly occasion Tampa Booze Sllngera Win. ' 'Refuse To Rebuild Bridge. "; J

will be more than sufficient to counterbalance In the Tampa pollee -court Hunlcl-; Somo months Ago the county commissioners APPEAL FOR REVOLUTION '

tbe Inevitable buffering which pal Judge Cohen prealdtngr-*-hearlng of Dade contracted with ''
OF .
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A yon will have to'bear. was held in the" cases,,agalnsC several the Converse. "Bridge.Company' of
"1 ready to bear It X)j am ready t l
f ' am of the saloonkeepers.of the} "city wlia Chattanooga,'["en...., for the erection of '
said with'her lips beginning Was Broken
to'U.ten Jane Up
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Gathering tay-ApthOiv
' were arrested, on lu'strucllon fromMayor a ateel bridge over New River at' Fort-
ATWffi "'' HONOR. to look'atrangely pale and set Freckler, on tile charge'of Lauderdale. The contract was closed Itlaa, But .Not Before Adopting

: .: "Only at you say, don't let It be too keeping# their s.loona.oq Sunday and the company build Czar and '
'E >WAlU> : 'long-come to the point Quickly, and go open proceeded to Proclamation Defying -

back to .tell me tbe'partlcuiarsafter-, Of the seven cases docketed the bridge, which, when, completed' Calling .for an Uprising. t
ward." only one was tried ''thal of J. H. was accepted by tl commissioner
61R'6'![ "" sCHAPTER' 0001'll!'>!c''>f11rU17'lr'1r'1l"R .I: --r-: :
.. : 'lf7f7g of H'Ubboj'd tv-ho was 'discharged. hen During the recent ary rains the" .
"I knew scarcely anything your A St Petersburg special say!: The-
{ VL O -She was sbownlnto the old-fashioned mother;' old-fasbloned the others were, dismissed. bridge which caused the result .of the Russian government' .
Continued. dining room by the was French origin. She,gave up GIn pnbr; gar way
ervant-man she remembered ao reel!, her profession the stage-to beconie Ails argument made the point that;; draw to Bug on one side. The Bridge action In ordering the dissolution of t
No l'onl7 wish would
t;. auntie. you and told In exactly the same' words your father's wife, and died within a If a caloonkeepe was permltt ,1 Company were notified of the condition parliament 'apparently restored all
look and that'you1
hot pale and
so nervous,
and the tone that she bad heard Into his'saloon leanIt Later y
same twelvemonth of.your birth. go on Sunday to : of the bridge the'bridge',
would Just one cheerful word the conditions of repression wholesale
'(. fay him use to Miss Lynch ever' since she A scarlet'blush of shame dyed Jane up that the effectiveness of the collapsed and fell into tbe stream .
to me. t have told you how generiously arrests and reliance en a display of
was a little child that 1>1.r. Cllthero Grand'tface. A'Frenchwoman-an actyesjiLJUSlr. ordinance in the J>'eventlon of Sunday The Converse- Bridge Company refused I
Gifford hat determined to pet '
military farce that obtained before
had expected her,and that Mr.,Cllthero Cllthero, what is the secret liquor uelllng entirely gone, for the to' replace: the structure 'without
with want of birth and yet
up my take seat the people had their brief taste of
If'she'would a '
still though visit to would be glad that has been kept from me so lougl reason that a man might take a halt coat to tho county, A ferry has
speak at
you my :
the representative feomnment. In. St.
and rest until hexould have pleasure "
"' Mr. CHthero:was to be a thing of life"and ; I ought to hove been told wooner. dozen, three dozen Qr any'number'of boen ordered to convey the 'people
< Itself there little surface
her. Petersburg was
death.; If I am determined, never of waiting on Her bead drooped on her breast. She men 'Intohl place on Sunday" to assist over the river; but. this'Is'' very un I _
She took sent and waited; and wit indication Mon of troublein
a y
'tobe'ashamed of my own dead par thought of Gilford and ,of Glfford'spride. htm 'in cleaning up/ and' while "::1U ta tory. It Is probable that a suit
conscious that she fell to examining -' the face of therODg force ot l
ants, and If Gifford is determined thatI .n there serve' them with drinks.. will \be'' instituted against the company el
.the pictures upon' the wall wlth.tbeIaame "There I. nothing, in .nr' mother'shistory' troops. :but there were many,, >,ret!*;.
y judge '
bis .however -Cohen, in deciding the .. tti
shall be wife, Jowly my at unconcern ca. compel them to repair thobrl.Jge.
attempt
nervous development
birth. I' cannot lee that there Is any to bridge over for which a daughter need stated, that 14 his. opinion a strict en- It Is stated that the bridgocompany The most Important ot
with which one attempts said the old lawyer very'slowly look at 'Vlborg Fin-
blush >
Monday place ,
: 'thing for you to look so utterly miserable the .wtullDterval of time'' before being forpeiuunt the letter of the ordinance 'built, the bridge: under a
', ,- and distinctly. ."YourJ mother wassnot would land, where the members of parliament
.
about. admitted dentlst'a inner torture- be unconstitutional tot p4kUlve. guarantee., ,. :
1.. to a of good birth cor''Waa.be'an actress lied
"I oontlnue their 4
>"'Keepto'these words, Janel; Never chamber. She felt stifled she turned lie did not believe that a man cpul.1 bad to seaatone
When I have-said
.: 'be ashamed of your own dead parental! hot and cold by turns; and It was an. that I of have distinction said al. No breath was be prevented from entering his ,own The preparations for. the encampment formally dissolved"" at*St. Peters '
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If aU the rest of the world-Glfford actual relief when:at length her' "Tvhlspered against Mademoiselle place of business. at any time an-l bt state troops which Is to ka- burg. I l ,

Mohnn himself-turcs from 7"n V, off guardlan'a noiseless step gilded Into tbe I ever Grnudet either before or after the time that the ordinance !la. unreasonable ..In gin In Tampa'on '"August the 6th, are The members 'had been' franticallyat

'\.; _elf ;'account; remember whntyon room aDd she knew that pier time had she became father's wife" that It prevents a man from cleaning: progressing In'.flue shape and every work on their manifesto to the Do-
your
,have said) You will never.be ashamed come the rack was to be! telt-Itl.tor. 'up his place and putting It In pie anticipating the ..possiblearrivalof
; A great sigh of relief broke :from proper thing will, be In readiness for theconvenient '
; "of, them ture Imagined no more. j. Jane's heart"And sanitary. condition which la' an abso- erection of the white tent. troops when the assemblage was
"CHffordMohnn] win never: turn awaytrammel" fine'specimen of Inforired that the general of
Cllthero governor
r Mr. was n her lowly birth and her.profes lute necessity. ed city of the Florida soldier boy,. :

,, 'N '. She rose! from the low stool where the now nearly extinct bla.s-'of old- slon are: all of which I need feel ahame'TOh The decision is 'a clear knockoutfor The local companies will go Into camp Finland had crdojed the governor of to
fashioned London lawyera.1 Ills manners close meetings of the ,
1 ;[she was sitting "at Miss Lynch't side, belonged, like Ills itralght:cnt coatcoUl1'r. Mr. Cllthero! I expected more than the' new" mayor' In1: his efforts to on the 6th 'of August, a day before Vlborg to. of the using military +
took -'a tiny packet from her breast; this. Ithank God that this 1s all theburden keep the Saloons tightly closed c-n the regular encampment begins, and members parliament
. and lawn cravat,' and, 'dainty
.( then went and examined It, long and and ;we atoll have to bear!-Glfford, Sunday; and Jle is said to be mucn when the soldiers from other sections force It necessary. The governor general -
to generation by;
shoes a
gone 'that Could
'. curiously-M"the; lamp on.,the centre..viable at Irfpresence and 1"Miss," chagrined over the outcome of''''tho,, of the stale arrive they- will find the added such meeting r
had felt:
Jane never quite ease
.. : J of elaborate' urbanity Grand It is apt all.!' cane Tampa section pf the camp 'readymade not be held In Finland.. Previously' durhnE {
Jhnt
!
.;.!t' .."Come here auntie I have some which,, while, too. stately to be'obse She 'looked athim with bewildered and In "shape to /give' them a session the radicals'had supported . y

{of', ;.. tiling to show yon-something very sacred qufousyet'dellvered itself.In periodstoo eves.-- The largest man eating shark ever cordial reception.The I the group of toll who urged ,... .

''and precious,, "that Glfford gave rounded; and with bows and smiles "Not all? Yet you said no word was caught: in Pensacola or the Jargest of ---.' that the members of parliament- should '

,;, me .today.". too finished ,to have the effect upon ever spoken against my mother's good which there Is any record was landeda agitation for cb !llLjCeAn4 !. placethemselves: at the head 'of a

.. '. As ahe stood with half-turned neck her girlish Imagination of coming from name! Ob;;' Mr. Cllthero! what more- few days ago at Muscogee wbarf.J i better
: the lamplight shining full'on all the anywhere .at all near tho old man's hove I got to hearT" measured .13.1-2 feet -from tip to-tip, and !so great Is the interest In the .! democrats! joined the radicals

."lovely(curve*-of throat and chin=ber heart., . .[le looked at the beseeching,innocent and -its Immense Jaws would easily matter that several! prominent citizens\ and the douma adopted a hastily prepared -

_Y ayes in shadow, and downcast-one 9eU Miss Lynch '11 well l. I -trust .-Nervous \ child's face and for A"'moment-for one allow of a man passing into the have volunteered to furnish the capital 1, proclamation iwotestlng against

"' eat'- bare' arm uplifted to the light: ; ah..dear( dear!-poor ladyt We moment-tbe old lawyer's tongue hesitated body. Albert Hanrell visitor front necessary for the erection of an the'"" dissolution of parliament.
ale stood thus she would have been then he said quickly, decidedly '
;
'aa have had'a very unhealthy season In Son ,,Autonlo"Tex.. went to the wharf Independent plant under a. provision Calls for Virtual Rebellion
; a fitting subject without need of Ideal- though In a voice ao Jow that a person
town;. unhealthy. You will find Although Vlborg la In a state of
very (during the early portion of the evening that it can be taken orer r. by the city
isation,,.without change of attitude or I standing/ the further end of the room
; the sun warm there' my'.dear Miss .and with an immense-hook and at any time. '1'heT.re willing to siege ana: the government ordered
of detail, for one' of Grence's most could not have distinguished a syllable
delicious Even Miss Lynch's Jane," and he bowed her to'a place op be uttered: line began fishing, not expecting to furnish! the money provided & competent guns turned upon the members of the' ;

pictures posits ,his own arm-chair; an awful land anything larger'' than a two or 'man be secured and placed dissolved parliament, that body, be- t
familiar eyes saw, a'' beauty in her ,).11' dear young lady, yon have to
never seen before until this moment- business-like ominous proximity .It hear how and :when your' poor father three foot,shark..which" : are very num. In 'charge of the plant which will Insure fore finally adjourning, adopted a prod

the} pathetic'.be.lIt7'of' thought and heart.seemed Tou to the have poor bad something glrfa trembling to eat died.- He was for many years, as Miss emus in thaj, part of the bay. He the -proper care of it, and the lamatlon to the people, appealing to.

passion first deepening with a shade since your, arrival in,town? No; then Lynch may have' told youthe': bead had only flahed a suort while when conduct of the business. them not to pay taxes; not to recruit 1} ,

of womanhood that mo.t 'pullonlea.. and clerk of one of our great London bank he hooked the monster and It was the army, or recognlra the government
let me offer 700'11.; glass of sherry '
and' child-Ilk. face., dear I must ers, and during aU the earlier part ofhis not, until seven .strong men had combined Governor Broward has revoked the loan; virtually calling upon ,
a biscuit. My young lady, '
., ="He has wished to give me f.well. really Insist, .upon it. Miss Lynch I life he filled this position with the their atrengta that the catch conditional pardon heretofore granted' the masses to rise in rebellion against'the

.aantle'and would have none of them. am 'sure, ,would make you 'take some utmost truth and. Integrity. It Is not could bo landed on the wharf. There Peter Horn: a negro convicted !u "illegal dissolving of parliament. -

Jewels'are not:wanted for 01. aa- long refreshments after so-long a Journey."'. for.u, to say by what Insidious whisper .1t was killed,' and the 'backbone. ant Gadsden jCour.ty in March1898, of assault ." The people of Russia were "'

_ .. aa I am Jane Grand. But last-night, And then the bell was rang and the of ambition cupidity temptation first Jaw, ,kept:a. souvenirs. wlh( Intent! to'kill and Sentenced appealed to to "seize the liberty dtl-(

when bs rod. to Houghton, he bought solemn man-servant wna. requested enters an honest man's mind; but- ,-- to lIerT. five ycais. Horn-was granted cted them by the government"Copies

'auntie! I' ecarea like even to tell to' bring In wine; and Jane In spite of Miss Grand, such temptation' did come H( ia persistently rumored'and from a conditional pardon in 1901.'',, the ot the appeal to the peopleare

you-be ''bought my. Wedding. ring her protestations that abe required at last to your father.' And he fell'** I ;apparently' authority,, that the conditions being that he should abstain in the hands ot all St.'. Petersburg

he' gave It.me this evenlngf'Janef to take and "Go'onstr. Do sot 'wait" I recently--purchased but It 'wlll scarcely,. '
"' none, was forced some railroad by John from .the use of Intoxicating newspapers,,

_ .' heard listen alt the time to Mr. CUtbero's "During a period of three years your SJtelton AYllUams and associates, ant liquors and lead :peacetime, lawabiding be printed for the !f>uon ,tbat ,: de- h
To have that Mohun had that father his
wholly unsuspected by employers
bland'remarks about the heat of the was of Is at the
which It was thought would go by life.. Ho recently arrested -. tachment! police posted
frsWing: broken himself
off the engagement for thatmiserable ,
was laying up
weather and the height at whicl)lthe, Parry, hi Taylor County, will now,be in Tallahassee on a charge' otbeing" doors of'every newspaper printing office -
hardly .hive'occasioned 'Missa future of which It la my
thermometer bad stood on such day constructed and ; the with' orders'not u>
b. greater aM*.';Te indoHoaoyyosjsjg painful'duty' now to speak, ,.The"mo-' Mayo.; it la said that drunk disorderly and haa, 'In city
'say WSMMSM'S' feoMtog peases- and -JlkeUhooljUiat thepapers ment'of 'detection and exposure cam i.force of surveyors are.now'on their been returned. to .prison, to.:complete 'I'8rmlt.any paper*.to leave the building -
'
seemed to say there" 'was of an ample running hit sentence '' .1"i ; 'unUl authorized the 'censor.The .
ot her own. w0dteg ring,before harvest, and the lliellhoood: also of a at last It was oneof the most systematic. way: the survey so as to ;, by !

rtage would,. at any,time and forther war between Spain and America; with ,.,and well executed fran- strike Mayo and that It will go. from < -' '. authorities hope by lequally. vigorous -

person; have been her primary other such enlivening and momentous cases of dissimulation that have ever there southward along'the Suwannee After a luceasful'.e..lon\ Jthe.summer measure to prevent the publication

'idea; but now-:on the eye of tbe moat subject of public Interest occurred in this century; but the proofs river and across that"river at or normal school 'at Gainesville came of the appeal in other cities

"' Important <.day' :'of'. Jane'a. life-a day But the' glass of wine rallied her were too many and too strong to escape above Old Town, and continue ''to to a clos8.:,.The. normal which was- under and 'hs! 'the.meantime 'to nullify the

when the girl's whole future prospects courage aa, the old la"fer-wlth'.llIs a conviction. My dear young Tampa, which (a the 'proposed terminus : the direction 6f a competent foVoe. fears Ot the people aa to the possible

tbonld) hang suspended by tearfully perfect knowledge of all tne lower lady you may guess the rest!" . Should, this) rumor' be true headed by Dr. Yocum of Lake 'Clt,. effect bf tbe appeal

: fail a.-thread! .-all 1 ahe'thoughtot waa mechanism of human nature-Intended ""I guess nothing. .I desire to be,told .Jt. will; placed Mayo on',a:'trunk lIno aa principal has accomplished some Rioting and wild disorders have
,
the )presage ,,of evil' which, according should do.'Slrshe in plain words." 'at'd the benefits to the, town''>M11 be tine work' among- the,. teachers,\ who I beds reported ,(rom Odessa Khsjv.

to her creed, such a gift betokened. cried, suddenly, and before Yon my dear Miss,Grand; you (his incalculable., , \ represented every section. pf the state\ hoe Klslovdsk, and Saratoff. Thousands -

,"Ton' .should, havva1ven.it" back totlm h. bad finished masking' of the unusual little motherless child: ) werel the one -.. -., toth'Dr. "Yocum, ana his faculty; who of arresU' have taken place i

child 1-you should scarce have show of fruit now ,to bo seen good thing to which your poor father's Cowering against the pillow of .Ails! were specially l selected! for their abllIt'y and the work of passing troops at Im-

,_, looked'at HI Your wedding rtD..nl1. at Covent'Garden "I have come here heart clung to tile last.: .About six dsllrlou luo-:: worked
bed.' his mind racked'by, as teachers hard; and are portant ,centers Is being carried 'on
year marriage day not Axed-your mar- today upon what I believe is to be a months before-before the discovery of reasoning fears and his, body shaken rewarded by the, advancemen| and tho with redoubled vigor.
It' rlaga dress nM: made! Mr. Mohun which I 'have took place he '
: spoken -
painful errand. I have come to you to { by the ,Incessant twitching of /his thanks of' one hundred .and thirty-
must be'mad. DeTer knew each a came to me one day and told me that
"
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bear the Jilstory of my father's life: Lacey the twojfearcfd five students who attended 'the ses CA8TE-IN THE CHURCHES. '
nerves ..
yDeese .
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thing done but and
once, that was by I knew' him Mr Cllthero be had executed a deed of gift, makIDl'onrthe
'never ,
of Mrs! L., D. Deeae'ot Jfaoknonvlll alon. -
:-
it two foolish yoarag creatures like SUM of thousand son
poor ) knew either of It eight pounds'to i
you and Glfford. and-p* never my parents. his cousin Miss Lynch and myself I diet) at the PasteurInstitute'In -4- la Assertion Made During M..tlng.of
i la right, now that.1 am a woman, that
'- 'ell'I11d'wllllt 1(1.omened I Itor. .Au uta. June, 4th. while layingIn United States District Attorney John Atlanta Ministers.There .
.v ; cam of, the> (,- I should ,b*; ,told .lXIor.; concerning which sum'we wereto bold in trust r
actr* leterruptcd Jane, laugh- them. *." 70'11th, n child of about three front of his mo h.r'. hume )in Jacksonville M.:Cheney,has instituted proceedings :" is,a 'spirit ot caste spring. T
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L' tag.) *. Mr.-Clltbero bad a faint-very'faint- years old. "cannot aay-that the circumstances ,, the little boy w.. set upon lii the United.States court at Jacksonville ing" up .In Our churches," said Rev.,

Mlle Lynch; paused;t, ,attack of coughing and looked at the awakened no suspicion in 'by. a'' md dog, tbe- bore him to' the ,against the Atlantic Coast' Line Frank Rakes at the Methodist min .\

''. "Misery,and death, and irorne'than ring upon his band, not inane Grand's my mind, for eight thousand pounds ground and'before assistance could Ran 'OIt.cI"Oompany." the Seaboard: Air' isters' meeting. In Atlanta Monday ,., "

:death, .came: of it child The brideV face. '" ___ seemed to me large sum of money' arrive had torn hit..face In 'a .frightful LJne--Rallway Company, and the St.. rooming, amidst considerable 'excite

t croon went out of bis mind the' night "I ,have received a._ letter from Mils for your rather to be able to make over manner. His mother carried him Johns River Terminal Company. This meat caused by this remark which

before the.wedding" should, have been, Lynch on the 10bJeet.he'remarked. Out of bla capital especially aa be wa.s. to Atlanta shortly after'' he had been action' It brought on the alleged failure war' delivered with vehemence, He

"I a aad the bride wore the ring, not on her "and 1 must ''congratulate' you, dear at that time living In a style very far bitten but her mission proved in of the defendant companies ''to. continued i

hand but'on'' 'her heart, until' the day Mlts Grand, upon, the circumstances beyond what I conceived his yearly salary vain. have cars hauled 'by them properly "There Is" apparently developing 'a- i

tit, she died. ', which have rendered our. present Interview allowed of. However my opinion --r" equipped with the safety appliancesthat feeling in our church membership,
c.; "At I should do with this If anything bad not been sought In the matter the
'' ; :make It for employeI I
necessary I A deal Involving $800.000, 250,000-; necessary which U saying: "I am a little grain
.broke off> my engagement to Gifford," deed, of gift i wasexecuted before I '
r "I have been very fortunate air: \ cob feet of lumber and 40,000 acres to stand between cars when couplingand .better than'these cannot 'alrord to .
said.Jtne.i, her calm, steady voice. have who knew' of its existence, and, as an old
Avon the regard "of. a man uncoupling cars.Work .
-of land was'Closed a few days ago by mix and mingle with them. In fact
71 ail not afraid of omens:> auntie.' God friend. of your ,father's'famtly"Ifeltit '
does think
not my,poverty) ,or .want of J. ',U Philips A Co., of Thomasville J. I cannot, associate? with' them for x
will not have GIffordlesa In lilt charge Impossible to decline the trust By
friends bar ; progressing
any to my Uecomtag.htwile. i I. rapidly on the "
_ Ga. 'The forty thousand' acres on they not kind
are
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tKcaaso I:lave this.little bit, of gold ." V 'that deed Miss Grand :Four father- my
which this timber found la located Charlotte: Harbor, Northern Railroad -
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In.mlaer! Here her voice trembled foreseeing the coming dark future but '
:
>0\1.\' ''r!"' ''''' "Mr. Mohun of Tat ton,"painfully.remarkedMr. too well-by that deed your father secured n _.''fallahu__, and,was ".purcbAledtrom' which Is being constructed, 'from' PREPARING] FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
'
Vereen & Smith 'of Moult"e. Boca Grande. to Arcadia. General '
<'R JnAPTEIl Til. the comparative comfort of your -
Cllthero. "A old the
family
very ,
"'.'.' / Ming parishioner! kept Mr. Follett. Motions; and this young gentleman I life. When the evIl hour came,upon- Gay and Wm.. OOOirey'and ,Co., of: Manager Fouta.is,. In''New' York 'cen .Quartet" of. Republican Laadsra. H.ojd ,. .
him; be knew '. least that his Cheraw B. C.- The largest portion, of tering .with the 'people who' are- put-\ '
: at.the last,foment, from going with am told, cornea into his property unen yon, Conference With President. I
a 'jsai'to'I'OHdoii, ,;' Under different'ear cumbered." . :... young child: did not wholly share bt.roln. the,timber It round"virgin timber an I ling uyrthe'money, to construct the
w- of
road It has'not been""decided A quartet 'republican: leaders went ,
\cnmstanees.: :it la not Impossible that be '"The old family; and the"'areat'e.tate.re : Is subject, to tucpentlnaMease: ,. The : yet to '

trigtt4avrf/erogcllcd'1116' conscience a ,the'ODI, things/ .tHem, againstmy ,"I; "understand," 'said Jane/in afvolcewhose deal l carries with It land Umber" and where the road will extend-'--northfrom the Sagamore Hill Monday to talk over
coining campaign
;.' bi; traklag :..t \,', the charge;.nro<,,)lt. happiness. mid Jane with a unnatural composure bras mora all< ". ,? Arcadia,''but'probably;> to Plant with' congressional, ;

". r:4te"Ji! Qd-, Hot, la .truth,,.,.bewts broken senile; 'erbapa 'at,'might be Startling .to 'Mr., Olithero than any;of, ..-...:.- City where It will connect jrlth, theSeabOard"Air the president The visitors consisted '

,not .setry) ; ';)f or,' some''tangible and'gTav9''crc8e"tbat better It Glfford-If Mr. !''Mohtin-and the natural violent agitationwhich he ; Governor' Broward, 'has'' 'c, appointed .Line, of Speaker Cannon,, Representative ,

; :' 'should .keep ;him myself were 'not so widely .separatedby would have looked, for as natural from ':James' Weeks snerlff' bf Cla7' County Sherman of :New. York,, Repre-t '

:: from befaiijtobr'> 'Jane's' sole support in rank'and-fortnne," a young and sensitive'woman-"! understand ' to' fill the vacancy 'caused; by ,the The board of county commissionersof I tentative McKinley of.Ohioan'd, Representative n" ,

the first daMc hour of. her coming trial: I' fUy dear ;young";;frieid,. rank and ''what money it *s I nave lived death'of, Sheriff( Carlos ",Wilson who St. :Johns County '.held ;a special ; Loudenalager of New Jerey. ,

He .liked heX:more than lie liked.any I fortune ..were never bars in the-'WaT upon! Have" more to bear,-or la this wait' killed by A a? negro ]he, was attempting meeting and Awarded'.the contract tor : There 'was a general expte.v

other Vvlnjr'' being save himself; but It I of any one's happiness.. ,Dank and for- sir; 4 to' arrest Mri'!Weeks' was the i erection of tbe new county courthouse sloe Of satisfaction by,''all the 'menr': .

mad Mr. ollett sick: foe hours If he tune, tan live down a great i many I -f All-,my dear Kiss Grandr .He began .. formerly'sheriff of 'Clay County,',;and to Mr. T, Lewrnan k. Co.;; of ben -who' attended the: conference,

,i'chanced ta me'.aeroa"an7'wetmde4' .' 'tilings ;flank i : and*fortune may.enable I. to fear that aba had not thoroughly was'' nnsnlmously' endorsed' for the Louisville; who1'' were 'the successful and a general disposition-' exlsta/'tq. t'

; $tII1ne tan ppoa: Wa path when a.man to:take'a-step", to' incur, re .1 understood him. .""Yes,this; II all-except -, : I' bidders.their;figure being $41,884. begin an "actlce. campaign.at onc.SURIED' ..' ;
be the prcaeh'4i'eb'whieh It be the of fathers'deed" .position.Acting, ( i '
ale walkedMbrpad. I(To witness were little .particulars tour *
terAnAtlanta
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.itt mortal Irony be could not: --aid; was poorer <.,r a little lowlier born' be I v.; UNDER wAll;;
PALLING
:1 item- :
-:;jui actnaljtM .WaftM .PMPtoJIP..If"eo" Would, JaOt'have'' the courage t T tate I !"tet 111 *'eir'them.ft.'H.: .. '' County Solicitor" K. P; Bryan.. news says: D. P i.-,< *J asp

a ':IIIiJII as not'oef9r opfli Mm. ff, : :V.1, ?: .-:He, scarcely lived two* years'after: In, the' absence'of his brother,, '"W.J. Upson,' a 'prominent ,citizen .of; Jack. Score Workman'' Kill. '

redfbe' hbut'sick, ::jane Jooked luird'Inte'Mr,'' Ilth.ro'sdace : be'left"this country.: 'He was never .., ., .Bryan' filed another 'information sodvillei accompanied ,by ''his'' 'little Probably .. 'h,

spent '-wit* <..Mra *oefts *ahdV if and this jtlme.bta eyes met bete:: strong.; and' the-hardships?of such a r Mondaya; aplD.t;;the Jacksonville "Ice I ..Marion have arrlte4 in the. city, At, ,least, Collapse of Building. ,,

pleas I ,nlMktt.'notmiMC, ,r w>ati> lfor She f't' adt there aj;war/not srf tenc&'ofpositive life': as .he bad lo go 'through.'wee tobltn ,JrusUT: Atporgeys agreed that,. X7 ron" ? times ,eight and' perhapt 'till'..., a;
an out to a>t herbllNfen; ''pity or of softness :fcsot .esf. : to:"undergo ,treatment dot, a, dog bite thatniuuberod ,maspns,'plumbers , p
routtspea .. .( iplydeath.YtLt'tbettmy;: ,U4s ''. ,8,....WareV;:one' of. .the .defe d&Ata; :
': ; :' u..t tattonj and ah.' knew<.that lie.was'try. Lynch took:.you tb Ghe t rfordw: .bad! should ;go' to. jsiLj Tbla 'was done In In :.thr'I'asteur, ,Institute. They were I-nd'JtallaD laborers) were' crushed St ?i

,, tee had left Houghton by; the earliest. Ing to brhlng her gradually' a'truth Just received the news of bas death" order to briag'th.mstter.before: :, the bitten.by, a pet dog and' }..luWucli'the to death. ].IobdaY..Ia the, sudden.ool.l.

train; and, by a Itttle before bitterer-harderto" \. "bear' -tban' ' she'had ""Let me understand you'jnore clews :;,tat e,. Supreme\ :court 'on, habeas' corgi' wotinda/inflicted! were' considered; lapse pf"s'buldinj1a: process "of.cOnstructicn'at -: 'i

she found herself already stand dreamed: of: rt,, A' .; !!'' lye I ; Tie filed 'out of this country.: .po: pus proceeding. !Tbe otherdefendants t'.riouslyetupoa.the; advice of phy South, FramfDCton/UAl.., ,

a, sonewhat qutekened puts; SJ."What is there: to, live d.nr'sbecreedi you &> :yon mean'that".h.-was trans. 'gave bail in.the. sum of $1100 each.-The s1':!-ns'to4akerallprecaution against while tea others ,.were'.dragged 'or ;' t
r door of 1Ir.Clltbero'. ,.'vVhat .r |*'oachwill'':Oifford 1,)$ ...,.,' a..e}'M' J ,x I '' dug ouf.of the, ;wreck some seriouslyInjured. //,' .
w ,1 tit a rt4 made
: > ; cue wln gd: .oncebetore'' .. hydrophobia, ther: : arrangements .
tltrra V, have to take upoa hlnwett la taurryingA : rted7! conwias4) "y'-0' ''- .., iI6-' -. d > ; f :. .::.... ".. '1
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HOBBY ,PEACE"TRATVRepresentatives' .fS's: eNEO; : :
SEABOARD''HORROR': SLAVS
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r. Mfllioqafre' iGqtlrdain Sfecks ;, lmerian!"\m.'ton.i' jopubtlsp'1unhA. ..,Befr' :Cruk.Fr*,..*.*.,* ,Fast" ...Passenger frmf 'frefght f :,Czar'.,Df Dissolves RUM' .Congress WOMEN WHO SOFi1I

"I '.. ''to'Break'' :' Into Joliet! Pen;' : '" 1 : I In Frightful1 :Crash. ''With 'StroKe'. of Pin.t FROM

'A special from San Guatemala .
Jose, ,
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r says ,A treaty of peace betweesi'Gur''temala '.'. t ____' 'f 'Sick Heada

APPEALS/TO HIGH COURT Salvador' and Honduras '::waa,' OVER 'SCOiE ARE. '''DEADReport MAILED -HAND' is SHOWN

\ r.' signed., Triday on board the United \ ,

tatea: biplser Marblehead on file I 1 rv' .' '" - '' SHOULD, 7S* .
Olvee.'Llsstt .1 .
"' a
i Declare'. That If 'He. Fall In EndeavjM high seas. t\\ ''Killed; I ((1i M'". AutODrat Has. Electsd: to)FJ8ht Rather "i '

t > H* Will'. gufd's:! 'Private .r.... 1 : Guatemala wa represented by atlas.Barrios tyJMine; andInjured'Tvrenty' }I >iv*.": '.Than, Grant' Reforms, -.O.cUrs, j: .

tG Itintiary or His 'Own--Cas: minister for "foreign affairs, Majority. |j. Victim ,War MartINI? 'L.w.iancl' D.p.cI, j.

." I la a' Mart Ulllq.i.One.: Jose Pinto court,,: chiefJustice and::Manuel Cabrall.of the supreme assistant Colored. P....ng......,, On .a.yo""t." .. t *'Hf'

r ---- justice C of tho-supreme court;

' Usually men fight hard; ,to,keep< out : The :conference 'agreed, upon terms' Twenty..No perr..onsRere: killed' 'andtwentyLyV'lalniedfa A .6t.I I Petersburg' //dispatch, says .
; ,
. It ,ot the; penitentiary but Charles A,. on which the,grievances of the two .' a header col.llslon ueala'.'first experiment In parliamentary

.i 13 j : 'Oourdaln.1 member, ;of, a well bO'l'A' .countries are :.to be be" settled at another between a Seaboard! Air.: Line i government sues to an: Ignomln..
held .
conference tq .In the near \
Louisiana passenger train and an "
f- family, la fighting with fD.II extra freight
bus
future. end'Saturday'nigbtwih: the

.:1 the. means at hii, command 'to get In' The ''peace'' commissioner of Guatemala train one mile: f' pt.Hamlet, N. O, Bat. mitigation .of two Imperial ukases" ,pro.the A ;:For Permanent" :Relief. .,
.
the penltenlary at Joliet. HlsT .He' Is : ,were landed at San Jose Fri i. urday.weoolor.ci'night Nlaarly all 'those/ killed first dissolving the present parliament '. .,.r"A'.. ..... acts dlnotIl'on the Unt. 'n will cure.i OOt TQM .'

:f''. busy seeking a United' etates.: Judge day night The commissioner of Salvador passenger. *:: I and providing for the convocationof '. lION SWSU, MID MILLS ,Ja.6f1tinly free ';
The known dead are from all poisonous mtneral '
who : .Engineer wbetauoeeand is composed solely of; "
wlU'slgn ,
a';,mandamus that willopen and Honduras were landed .at Its successor on UJarctt' 8.-1'01 and UFE"GiVIIPp
B. .
Lewls7= of- the passenger) train; ,, tpecdally'aMpMd for .wMIt.-nd, weary
,,the gate of the pen Aoajullav early Saturday morning. The the second proclaiming the 'capital cautilutlonst: .tnmatbllna the weakened .
: Fireman. Tom Hill, colored of the passenger of glands and 0IVUfII;,It check
: t,, Qpuardaln declare that .he has members'' of the American legations train Russia and the surrounding provinces rU d.raagemeots of the human body'r f. "
I .,: pledged his whole and Urge landed at the respective points where ; 'negro fireman ,name ,
enemy unknown, of th.lrel&'ht1 IL.e. :Byrd. to be In a i,state of *.extraordinary security CURED; HER ;SICK; HEADACHEMrs. :.
private fortune to the cause of hi.t they were accredited., which its Infnneslmefydlffer
-: tr honor, which'he'staked'In court' when' ''There was strenuous discussion; baggage .master.. Probably twenty.. Cameron.Ccatralia A /
: eat from all
, five other unidentified. martlal law; This mesas Texas,writes!, "I EaiHlkBtNlsgkseset '. .
he was on trial for 'fraudulent nee and some difficult> In reaching .acceptable lire of safety 1* to provide f the relief and $
.Railroad men, cltUens and the pas. or outburst r takeplsasnre ta icnommeMliic ft
,
$ of the'mtJL that: a would ; conditions/The Mexican. minister .
notappeai'should which undoubtedly will be women who suiNr from sick hesdash ?
! aeng.rs'who escaped Jnjury provoked -, l .. I
.
t he be found'guilty.He Senor Oamttoa, was active in began ''f' t
working heroically to recover the dead by this daring measure.. It Is wvnna't TIC >UAaI MJ
hopes to be able' to reach one, assisting In ,bringing t ..about an argea. '' now but .t.P to dictatorship. or i"fWJ'
-,. and Injured,Imprisoned n the wreck
)
1'of the supreme court justice!with his'* .ment The text of the. two ukases,. both Cent A:Bo4U > ,AroH/AH S.i.tb.d.s
plea,. or else find come other plan The peace commissioner sidopted( age.Both '
,. the second and Ant.la.. owhlchare. addressed In the etereo- ;
t Liniment.
; Ballard Snow Co.
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;
; to get back' Unto the 'Joliet ponlten. resolutions thanking'the president of coaches were overturned. and It typed' form 'to the ruling .senate, areas s I'
,p' .tlary. It h. falls, hesays, he will the."United States and Mexico .1. ' '
: respee.tlvoly I 'follow*; I ; : ,
feared that .
' the death list will be .sadly y'j j
4
build a' private: penitentiary!at for their Intervention.:.,
Joliet I I i "According to paragraph1081 of the . .
augmented, before the work of the -
5 and serve out- his sentence in- hit\ Guatemala's territory' Is .now free rescuers 1 U competed.: ', / fundamental- law we order' the Imperial

own penitentiary'under exactly the of /invaders. The family: of General parliament dissolved
The blame for wreck .and fix
the
same conditions as It he were a' prts Regalado commander of the Salvadoran ha not the time for the convocation of the 5D;',AN Ri, . E '. ,
been placed. The train it II'
a, oner In the government penal .>Institution. force, "who was killed during4n'engagement passenger '
,newly elected parliament for
Is said, had no orders to meet the March'l. For Sale atrROBERSON'S>
e, Gourdaln estimates' his.,own at July 11, hate 1907. ,. DRUQ"STORE., .
fortune at: f50.0oo,000./ flaked lor his Jjcaro.", freight, and it Is the presumption that "Regarding the time for' thenew r, '--_ ._._-- ,- ,. '.-,. ... .u
the freight overlooked its orders One ,
: <<
' "Some men} worship money! Some The state 'depar meDt sit Washington election to the Imperial parliamentwe . . \\,1,
report ascribes the of the wreckto
men worship'' God. :'Others worship wasadvised of the signing of cause will later Issue special Indications '
have been a rapt order, stating that I .ISSM i _
;
'' )'lvEE.
.other things, worship honor. the tr .atjof pe.ce)7 the repr sentatlve the passenger train had orders to meet '"The ruling senate; will not fall .
r' ,Thl.'t. the j\motto of Oourdaln that of (the belligerent republic '
I ,. to take'proper, measures .to place this
the freight at Hamlet while, the ; ,
,
.. has' brought-About the' most remark, ..Abo.rdthe\ Marblehead., A cablegram
Into .
effect Signed)
ahle' appeal that 'ever'was! called to was received' Friday night Iron Mr. ,freight's"train orders. st were Kocklngham.to meet the'' passenger ,r ( ,NICMOLAB." : ivE: ; 'O'T

the attention of the supreme court Merry, the American minister-to 8a1.l"vador Thh.' persons injured In the -wreck The text of the second ukase fdJ-:

of the United States Costa Rica and Nicaragua, an lows:: '

Eearly last_7ear'tbe'Unlted States' nouncing that''a treaty. of peace bad were sent to Charlotte on a special "In' consideration of a >report. of ..'BTKAMBR LILUB. .BTJCAMBK/HOSBADA: ,

h.' j authorities got after Oourdalnon nor been eigned'on .board the :'AmericanVarshlp :train.,,colored There are and, five'these white' were and:eighteen distributed , the council of, ministers presented to i Captain Clay;;'Johnson.;,Br., J;Captain, Clay;,..Johnson., Jr.R.gulst't..ekly .

_Dt'of a land 'scheme he was /conducting In his message Mr. Merry the Charlotte hospital us regarding the necessity In the- future I trip to BasilngcrAd' .tllna.,_ Roscada leavesvc

t from' Chicago, Involving land referred to a' joint message sent by *. among' : for the preservation ''of order Tuesday morning'aad arrives,riisslnun* Vriday.Ceding., '

near the oil"field* -of Jefferson; La. -himself and Mr;.'Oembs,J!, e Americanminister Adl.patcb'receIY.4; at the Seaboard, and public safety In the city and'prov.: .Special Charter Trip>> to Lake OkecoVobee ind Par! *:* .*.. on the i

The case came to trial in May last to. Guatemalaand Honduras Air Line general offices stated Inco of St. Petersburg we considerIt Comfortable accommodation tor passengers. Rates.reasonable.Ta ,. t''
h.'Chicago.and Oourdaln put/.ha no which message had''-net' reached thestate necessary' to declare -In the- above most:picturesque. Waterway, Florida. <", tFor '
that !. bodies and 2S Injured I
defense. He said he would, make no department.) bad -been taken from the wreck.persons : city and province. Instead ot. the state Passenger. and. Freight' .- Bates.pply to 'S
appeal; but would serve his sentence 'CLAT JOHrfeOrVBRV: : ProprLh
:
of. reinforced security which now prevails
.The first new of the disaster that
'.. and at' -the conclusion- that aea-. CONFERENCE, IS REFUSED.: reached the headquarter, ot the road there,. a state ot WKtroordlnao ',On board"Ulllep.lllsslA

'- tence would turn over hi. entire fortune -' .."
was a brief message 'about midnight security. The prefect of.the city and 'j
v to the postofflce authorities to United Typothets Won't Listen to f
reporting that a wreck had ocusnsoii. governor of the province are entrusted .
h'' back.eye..., In full all that International Typographical Union. . ;
pay person Hamlet with the rights thereto appertaining. T'-1 .
on the Seaboard at and that ...
.... ; "
;/ .
, they had.;subscribed toward the land The United Typothetae of America, "The' ruling senate will not.fall't r .
up to._the time of the' filing of'' tho .
r scheme and the'entire Oourdaln family in session at Buffalo, N.*Y., ha flatly take meamea,*to' place thin Social 'tJnrejrt. Vf
report the dead extricated from -tave props ;
.; would then 'quit the United. States declined ''to confer with official of wreck) numbered lit and the injured .Into, effect .(Signed),, : .:;- \ ':- '
forever.. the International Typographical UnionIn "NICHOLAS. Itoupdin'HumeinOreedNot'Lt'Ia:: '
: ItmOclaln &
as then known reached it. ,Trsin No.
.. The' jury was out'Atteen minutes ; regard to the strike inaugurated momentous j '
44 IS through' train, north bound With these pithy: in ut' or- ConcHtJoO..H" "
r' and returned with a verdict of pity.Gourd.la nearly a rear ago for an 'eight-Hour. does, Nicholas ,' I f
Emperor by a 'stroke
'from Florida to New:York. passing I ,"a'Con"ervatlV"'i' ", ., r ...
said I that he. satisfied, day and the closed'ahoJ) Mr
was "
: to'whsre''she'stood '
of the back
through Hamlet which I a pen aetItusei, .
Junction ',. ,
and asked for Immediate sentence, and President Bills of the Typothetae'rtoetved : two years ago 'In the full "'
OMMBNTIrW
Join an'edlsresal'nTheatpttrrnoteoolalH.'lHough
fem .nded that the sentence be all a letter signed T>y, James I grip of' autocracy and Irresponsible on "Th* ,

that the law, provided tor in'''his"of M. Lrtich. president, and J. Wl Harkrice government wiping out fortIJt' C", _p......Ml.* o laten of thj.

fen.... Judge 'Landis, said< he -would president' representing the ea- LABOR. HOSTS. ENTER: ARENA."Campaign.Program" I month at least,''the whole.structure; social unrest',by" asserting' that, "present.have .:...."' ,...

with' ' council of the International . I ' I become ,intoleraol aad demand 'idler trcstmcsrf ,
comply the d8 Dalid.. 'an4 sentenced I ecntlv .. 'OM.eer of parliament erected at such cost,. ,

. !! .Gourdsln. to four and a baityeat'i Typographical' Union, Slating thatthey of American issued Federation By (No one:'doubts the severity, of the Ism .U o8I*rcd.. sal a riatelly. a.d 'all. ..... point So Us i iVW

in*, Joliet and she nut..day were ready lor a conference with The 'executive* council of the'Amert-, -.m "which will ,rise' la UM w trIn.resyoss !ehW.'ar Ia .... .Itsilr'l .." : ,

,. June .heentered the pentteottaryAlthoughtOo a view to acJusUnc'.th. different .. io. "" '
; < *,to.ta .. .. Iquer' .
T ': eat ..Federation ,of_ .Labor Senday. IJ' elatdl( "
.. .
sow .
rsala I of' that exist 'h h..
sttgntb .
; wade good, Its ;declaration.'' of ....... cadet the sues- wheal NiweNilllndtwo l '........ ____. 1'..
i and": lio- pounds. Tailing la obtaining this oonfe ;,
lld
tft only ;
w > wtatcr. ,: :2:
month agotstth.: jataeeas tIMIr ... .
letter read "the 'Deaths ago to enter the,field of pott .. : .... ofunloDf.m
of the temper
he the: shoveling ence
picked out job "
t tic* IB the Interest of tfco trade smiosi the "beet men'la Russia; I but the boasts, and aro dtorly. tostJaWd %y fast* w..kri> are
.
of
4 opal for, hlmeelf and told' the keeper of 'the members the Typographical movements and to exhort all member: 41. Is east.-, The government .ha The Industrial conditions'.of .today are far-from intolerable. So _

be would shovel more.coal that Union, will demand a oontlnuanoe'of'th. and friends of organised ls bor 1rOdc elected',to fight 'and Ob, Petersburg country t* concerned. It Is'doubtful It the history ot the world shows __
x1 any other' prisonerand; Hred up te. present struggle" > oCoes bears eloquent testimony' of the prep.- In any;nation"in>whlch. .tte conditions ot.in* life of'the'wise earner
.
agreement. After this. letter, mad been read t* for. t eieetkm to political of ration to anera tolerable a* they are la. tile United.Btat* at-the present tin
known jaadsi]. re pressth..maae.by '
While he was cbeertally serving the convention ot the Typothetae. the men, to, be favorable to la force. .Tint city.fa.packed" with sol r.-..In allthe artn>#ntgof our"'national,Ufa there are. w..ka.. *.... fi

'time,.' e'l S STCB, a* Jie 'osahns, .w4..: following resolution Was unanimously bor's'cams. From rha4quartM aad'tessmble armed wide .divergence from tho Ideal. ,So It haseric been aad ,sojnii. it
: ec the federation at WaaUngton| th* diets an camp.: tie anlll.I Dlum"lut: a, declaration thstk; y7of-theoa al1. inTolerabt. .*
out his knowledge' or consent, was adopted:
its ,The parUasnent was constituted made only with a ,total.dl.r..rcICf.f& ta. .
'"Resolved the 'Typothetao 101 eonsteU hat Issued "campaign pro'gram" ,.Th.re'Is'wlpespreadand dlit
working for his r leae, aad, reaaA by addressed *to all organised'lavher May 10,;; 1W> .;asald scenes! general unrest but It does not spring fromta: 'condlUona under, which the l
a writ< ; of' percedea before Judge America,, In' convention assembled the urner.Is'live..
and la the Unite rejoiolngs. The speech from the wage Never before bsve' wage, earners been so wso
m' QroBSeup'': had Oc rdain"; traosfssved That they have no wl h to confer States". friends i181tl.TJIKR'CALLED (throne read at; the 'opening ,ass. oti. well and so comfortably housed and clothed as they are In the,'United'

front ''Joliet to Chicago. ot .Tal8, and I with represeataatives 'of -the International .. was conelllatory In I tone. The reorganised today.. ,:Never before have the ssvlngs' of wise earners been,so largo tat 4
loged.ln the county" jail. Oourdaln Typographical TJnlon, and that cannel the' empire wasformally' In their aggregate; or so large per capita; as they are today.': Never h "
; and )( be In OFF. ,. the man who works bulked so big In aBalrsJHTn' db
was very angry:and declared that tblprocee4IDC' Mr. Lynch r. Hay* : the.hall'of
convened In Imagla1rL
,l .. nobles which socialism Is offered a1'remedy' : I
wu against his agreementwith formed." -, ... a I* t; f.
'and at. &be' winter' palace the' following Ther.' II a disease r of/which1' and socialism .
''and"demanded thatbej The 'convention' adopted a' resolo- Southern Bell Telephone S"" discontentunrest/ a
rhlmself
the techlncal schoolwork ploy's, stare Difference' day. toms.' It 4s a moral disease..and It I. Incurable by statutory, law, by all
> 'be,taken'"hack'.to Juliet. The only:' Men approving Official of tho'Southern Dell Tele 'A striking feature 'of the lower For a eoopdretlve'oommohw.alth by ahorter.day.of I labor, by Increase ,
way be,could obtain selease <
county jail sees' .to sign,a: baU bond the proposition' to' eUMlghv) .D' phone Company, announce that testrike.of I represented there being great Russians other;r::panacea" offered .:;:by.odaii.ps..r'He' ,lhl.. S* fiinnaa..grs ar a t
'course central and a western school thelineman sad wire work those who "have" by-those who "bava not.1 Excited .
and he 'took this and was eastern .white Russians and stimulated by
Itttle ,
Russian,
..., let out on ,ball In-addition to those alreadj"In exist seas that', has"been':''!in, esttstsnco for ,. ''Germans,1' rogues and theortfts.' this' essentlayy human 'trait finds lta,largost exp i
.
... 'Oourdaln returned to ence., some weeks, has.been called off asa Poles, Lithuanians'; Letts, during a time of prosperity.. Out of'creed and envy/th...., springs. a
.
s : "demanded Immediately to be received The. following officers were elected' ..result of .a conference held In At Tartars Bashkirs, *Klrghls. Clrcas.slans that 'tbale who have" acquired their possessions tbroush< Some form
Joliet and lanta. The strikers were) contending ;; Mordvanlann, VoUaks, Jews, honesty. +''The'recent exposure of some"whose 'wealth: hss' been obtain
again,as a: prisoner but the warden by'acclamation: President George H. .Roumanians-> questionable> or criminal'methods has
Bulgarians'Ohuvas. "by stimulated thl"bel and the
for recognition of the onion whichManager' ;
,would not admit him: Defeated at., all .$11): ).. Boston; Ties,president.William i mutts,. Oeorgtans. Armenians, -Osse-1 laal' widened ontil It Includes all who are counted itch "> ;r 'r'
points' In his effort to get back Into D."" Oreener .New' York: treasurer, :Peter Nix states has not tine and Bunts In attendance. :The .\1I'Of todar; .exists' 'In.the h.art.'of'me.-' and;!not ln"Intdustrial

!I'the. 'penitentiary/ .Oourdan conceived Thomas E. Donnelly; Chicago. F. I. been'granted br the company.;, All at the.entire session the lower conditions." Statutory, la w*'may i palliate; ii>' som*,".extent,,J1ae

'r the' Idea of appealing the supreme Ellis, ot Dallsa W.o.;, ,'Koote.ot-At. the strikers' who hare not been signally hoase.Daring had', been at bitter .'odds ,with, tlonr-, but.. they cannot.cure the,.T. "' j.Jv.: #'i' -
the. a'wr1C 'lanta and Frank C.' Nunemacher of active. against the interests ,of' X
Stake for
'United
court of
ministry has Its
and demanded
*. the compan1'durInCthe strike w1U'bereinstated. the : ;, '" :.A6009d40fHd'
ofmandamus eommltttlng him to.tbs Joulsvllle were' chosen members .of .
.
.resignation,, and the formation of a ,

r JolVet 'pooUenlarr. ,". .lie,.executive, committee;, . cabinet.from'members of.the majority. -I ...'i............. ', rte.' ,

MINE HORROR '. CHILDREN DIE I IN .FLAMES. GO-CART SAVED THE BABY. 2'aUTCH
1 A FAtAL: RING' FAMILY' ;
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Cut Off from Escape Wnlle AsUep While Father, 'Mother and Little Sister ; : :FraternalismWill''. '
f "Five;; Men Lose Life From Gas Explo.elon"ifl Four.NeflrossHn North Carotins Will r

West Vlrp'nla Pit; .' In Burning Hem. .Found'Watery Cray Court n
'Be ;Tried at'Special' Tam'of: -
.' As ;a j r lt jcr 'a 'gas ;'explosion, In TWo children of 'Mr,- and Mrs R. :.fey the capsUlng of sailing skiff,at -It t* stated, In Charlotte.'N., CX .that DriveOut: ''Grp

'rya wimbih of Savannah''lost their Portsmouth, I., Sunday Mr.. and :
Jw, the. Dlxon-: Mine at .Huger- W Va.. ,miffldont. videooe ha* been gathered J Der j ;:;
; live In a' ''Ire which destroyed Mrs Joseph Anthony and their daub. By ;: Lynan'Abbott.i: \ *". '
4 ..Wallace, Mitchell ;and four, miners, : to eonvlot. 'ttease QIUespie'his. sons, ; t'j k'g 1 ,
> '
t 'Ernest Jones I Palmer'" Marais' "and Rot: .home of their. grandfather! ...... W.. o..Jordan. ter, aged': four, years, were drowned, John and Jack: '' ,WANT'to, ,.-giioyou'my'intprpretatloi''bfuthe'tutxre.y'iththaptag '
"41111'7'and DUMngham.all .
F '"erf "' Harris, 'brothers, 'and' John .Olt ?, at' Fort. Valley, 'Widnesdayflight. '..lIll 'thelrb: bYi aged one year who "'killing you,',will;;) ave):'something ,to do,., ,In I the:>{lstory.world of.
: : othov "'oftheboat.was colored, .of ,Isaac Lyerly, ther* have three'conceptions: ot .the-;'social
was the.only occupant !
;
*. mere are',dead Bill Crous'e and Barber'Junction (I)
and hi., wife and two-children, at /
saved 'fb baby, strapped The 'first'ofthesewti autocracythe'aecoad'lndVlbuallsmadthird ;
w.
LangdonWhllesld. will' die1\ from All the.Inmate* of the house, were A speclst, term of Rowan ; ;
-ct In small go-cart and wbAID u.. ,fraternallsm.. / .
burn and ._hock. .' asleep and 'before the fire wu discovered a superior; court will meet August''' 8. : ..

'The .exp olJlon' was-causad by! the It had m-.l. such .headway boat capslsed the baby floated wears when' the 'four, negroes' named will In 'the''coming age all the creeds, and sects'will. be
that Jy In.Ita ao.eart.druunc,: to 'thePrurdeuce because>the coming age Is to be a fnternal'oosi.r Vveryh
'men' It was Impossible to into ,
h ylnlf gasoline ,1.mp"ln the get) Salisbury
I ,, 'a : be taken from,, Charlotte to i d Its vices and'ItaYvirtues.'The Nineteenth Centurybas bad vice*.
lighthouse, where tbe keep.
'bucket, while,_descepdtng,- the, ,llgutIgniting' the bed! 'room'where. the two children I sad his wife retsonedtt.PUBLISHERS' .., I fortrim Non. of the aegroea' haTe to the same source.. The t'rat'Ylce has been that.of a.cumulationl:, tM
.
an. accumulation. totU"BSS' were'aleeplngv I . I uttered aword'of confession., ''vice Is the lawlessness of-se t-w11L,, : >u ?;

We bear of the criminal clats. :Can you tell 11.ho, belongs to
WAR OK ThADINO'BTAMJlO.r GERMANS RENOUNCE DOWIf.L ., PRESS CHANGE. :FROZE IN ,COLD'BTPRAGF' ROOM. Inal''class?:' Do' the Insurance director who,bought'.stocks-tow nod Sat

.......:.- --:..;;..;. high prices to.t .companies which. they were-directors)! Do the

Msrohsnts of Mlscowrl WsntLicence .: .ooo .Zionists In Kaiser Bill'.. Realm Got Milton", MoCras:'Is Elected Prsstdsnt "Florence Ala Man '' offlclal who broke the law ,,of the: land .and now'stand.convicted! Ins
; 'Of th..AIeOOCI.tlCft. ; ., htsta'Death'n' ,carrrers 'Wb did.I agreement? that: which was
: ; -* JAt : j bral'gentlemen's
Impomte/"l'1'/ ; < Agdnet"hake .Prophet, ;AI ; ; :
: a..meeting.ot.-tha, director of Z : ,fscollaf'Mnnr law I ( -! '"- --'.' J-''IR r T .

The Missouri'itetaU'Merchants', Ji. ,A. 'Cable dtaoaicn. from 'BelIn'.to'the 'the .Publisher.', \Pr
sxxlat4on.* ,at. its.''annual,conventiont b New' York; ''American .sayjis ,.'At w 'york-' sty Friday ItV.was?: gn'pouncedIbat.Fl'W'Scrppa'and '.&le.aetbs'gsault! ofbeing;\ "1ockecl'ln. Go;' young men gov not to .** bow-:mteb you. .-acwssulnte'."' but
meeting' of theDeJDbenr. of the I room attain.' Alresdyaceussulatknt wt-trMLj ; '
; ? .lifhrsot'sdopted:; resolutions Instruct. a ( ; ; '' :' ;; M. a cold ,,storage "
I '
'" lag Its'legislative commfttoa tobdngb'store.Uul.leglaatuxe'aibtlio'ftax; Christian communion founded by jobs c '1It.18IDan-bIW"; ., entered' ,the'room :We have tearnedtktt the beet lt.rest of'tei'coaimunlty is aq
t Cowl :his Berlin .AH, MdUe .had"purchased .. 'jIIODlI'OflIrac" '' when''thedtter each min votingtor bl -own interest |*c;must_)kxj't.:rafter. tile
: Alexander oa vlilt.to to, .'IDalI e :* n ,'repsjlr, ; ' '
.' > tel"8llt..11 .the ,In't4ttjtton,"Mr. ; are_ # .*/ %' 110....
"1'< trading sHansxf' concern >SJ>00,a"y ar..: 1t 'was/decided ''usnimoual7''. tojDrow'olY Shale;, the' 1N'"hIeDtdretb1ac.( : Tb* .e sHds)4lly) .1'ctoeed :.and locked ,'' irks agopou: :eater baebest" 'c.fedlibdlaIMle.! k,t that I I.

.,,\ ,.,.nd ;: asktstg'thc'cnsctment, ''of'a' puns : sn gian ; 10 t*.\ prophet: PnbUsbers'' Press' will teot4bsUea.;at bisaia. ,cxamlaaUpa of teebody, boas ealted.oee auunlstk.but that Is false: ItIs I fraternal. The

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,beeo' I"fCelyecf'ID _.....1. | ; (} a.Tp .

tite city to be effect that General Al-I t'' ,
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GRIFFIN
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: Bother: cities of Italy, 'fee r -..Ul. Wake a sV: ; ,,;" ., 'f. My Friends andIhe

tour, of Switzerland,Gertn oy, ,Rot. j 'I

,Ind_ and the United Kingdom -r---Yo: ; | < Groceries ::- fresh Meats. ll .. I .

V-General Oilc1 ......expecte. to' lsav ' ,
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:Tendad'esr1r September. for""New i 4 : : Public Generally
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\ 16.11 September... 1 i iIn'mo at Any Hour Patronage Solicited.! j & < fmm ,j jA
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;lntef,le* witb .. Held| reporter Want : I ,

MYcral Weeks 'silo ibe c:,nbLe: '"i' ; 1 'aypt ay aya njj. aai aai'ai agai njf |aiay>ajai aj ca. | T Bna-wg Imve, purchased Metcalfs ,Annex Saloon In Orlando

nan said! that be would' adrlee, bis' i i:. . :, 1 -" ,,

1' 'friends as t.o.his':irubwrnatoritil I '...pln :arid '! will giro prompt attention to nil orders, ,for

+ ,'ralloos as soon as IHr', 'returned. fryn : ,

t. .,his E Huro'ptaa tour* i Artis :yo} "wretrLt. a Whiskey, ." "hae-;, or Beer entrusted. to me,. and luyite '
I : On numerous occasion ale bas been : '

__ :l.MmenUooed as ,a 'oandldr.and'.the'! ' I : : 3Bottle. '. \,. all my former patrons' to make tnvluco their

.knowing ones in j that t.bere Is already : .. Phone
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-y r a machine working bat will, boom' him ," .'I I headquarters when in Orlando.
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\for the blab position.It and

iakei money"fo run onmpsljn: ; ,; - --
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& ha. 4' especially/ when a candidate, :

1' J' .(boba up" la.the gubernatorial arena .', LOWEST PRICES I .)

friends but General'and his Ollchrlst friends has''say plenty'of that I.i ID I i Up-to-d :: Orlan-ilo. Pla.;: "i) ; C- 'il

BY: TI-4E GALLON '
i;, -c)..*. be aspires for the posltlop will i'i From Miller's Stables. '
i 'j. .
y use the coin lavl.bly.YTbegentiemao i ." .
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,: numbers) his friends . RYE from $2.00. uP'f '
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'ihrourbout' state by the ibou'saodssand l AN ORDINANCEAa + l

__ ', bis experience as speaker of the Job> ordinance to h.ha.Ithe. SaW of Intoiloatln.Uauora :ORN"froJD' $2.00 up .

,house ha put him In touch with many In the Town of'1tlaelm_ Clty'tr So"lletin . V. ,

j' wen both In 'pI!DI&o and plicate I life ID 'Towa! >OrdratoS.lar. OaUvn Same la .Such, OIN from $2.00 up .
I Wa........the CbuntjrVf Oaoaola did aa th*Ut
6 the .u.... T dar of February.A. IV !..".., vota ...._ the.... .

A,HOI RACK PROBABLLDows ," the or in said malt County liquor of or.Intoaleatinir._ nods.th.spirituous prwrWona_ofChapter OTHER GOODS ; J

i ..oTitie 11. Dhrialoa i, RmM _
in these quarters the name of of t i.State of Ftarida. ' ; x
William .J,, Bryan Jacksonville's I a. n'0. I AHO WHBKKAa undar. tha provfalona> af ChapterMU IN PROPORTION-===-
,. Just i ii Law.of FiorUa.aor Town 1-". ...
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1._ :>young and handsome politician, .. der tII.gonad ....0I1eI State la..thorItted .1
"l.pokeo" of at InierYals.::: rbe friends pn4 with-pp-..n ....."" such. ....._a- I .. ... - ;. --
) Ita_Ita County .- \he
Of.the ;Prowsrd faetloo, It Is' thought, i I I ....of.ueb Ixleante_ -.wholb rb60lden I
aurauant to aa alaetloai UUy bald for that: purpoa. '
VrlH groom young Bryan tor the high under th. eoaatitutioa and laws of e.id 81.1. With'many thanks for past favorer and -

Mid exalted position, r. Call i I I...NOW. to" punish THKRBFOKE: such 1.egY..iea: BB IT ORDAINED" RT: *

Mr. Brian; in the last race for ROT THE COUNCIL, Or' THE, TOWN OF K1SSIM. soliciting a. continuance of your pat"f
JolES CITY ,
'' 'fernor managed the campaign for'Flor- SBcnoMl. That It shall b* unlawful. for any "
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"i 1 da's 'present chief execuUref. -That be .re&h j paraon parson or for oorpormtlon.hlmaalf.. .or aa the..aoliolt aavnt...01....aajr-athar for.th.aala. . ronage, am. i

looked after afflalrs in a manner' and f utur.d.llvary of viaaua .__ormaltUquora. '
In tha Town of Klaaimmaa Uttj.Smo. Tours truly
I most commendable! is conceded by all Up i ivn .K. That any parson or. .paraona who ahallvtolatathaprorialonaof ,
who 'are acquainted with the ..IWaLIoaF nom" th* ftrat aaintoa of thiaOrdln.no. ". T
; ahall upon conviction b* pamlabad "brI
COt..Bob.. Davis who at I InvMiaomaant.. In the Town sail Dot ..xosdingsixty
is presentpracticing
when. oajra.or br pna not axoaadlna. sos handrail R. T. BUTLERJUG
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law in Tampa; it Is said,. !I .. 0
i I I 8.0.S. AR _bla-. or, part.tharaof., (aaonfllot .
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baa hli eyes'easting 'toward Tails ,\ haiawlUt .... and the_arst barabgria.paatad. .
__ b....... Tbe faction Lh supported. cost _
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II R.ad l a Brat and aaoond tlma and paced In span
_ e -Colonel D.delo"he last-race against I MMioa this Srd day of July A*fNIZOR. TRADE A SPECIALTY. .
Attert: > W. L. .
p. Ttlroward?it:I. .thought, will again may I J. R.GILBKRT. JR. Praaldmt e u-o.
"t.bOD to him and, 'If be concludes '' Clerk of Town of Klaalmma City.
Approval thai frth day of July A. D. 1SOS.Saalt
to,run Ibe.111 push his candidacy PHONE. NO. ( J.W. AfoERHOLJJ. :
_ Mayor of th*:rof Kiaatnunaa, CHar.Non.Resldent ; .
torah that it is worth. -Tampa.Gerald.

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l1Nk+FeteefMtM; +tlklMflF.. Notice.

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Cheap.Excursion,Rates Via A. CLTMONTKAOLE -- ''. s LC-wnrcouar. Sava.yw JUDIOIAU LIQUORS
4 -The Stan 8TAVe of FLOWDA. COUKTT of Oec...... In s
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.. ,,TENM.-Hate of one that won't come off, ., CaAlCEIIY. ,
face after. one bottle of Tb.ltbhigan'TrestCauPSOY. a Corporation or- y
liars, plus 25o f forahe-rouod trip Tickets aniaad undo tha .lawa af tf1. State of ...lobiEara.t -
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on sale June29th.. SOib July\ 3rd, Vermifuge great .C ant N. SalllnaT and. CM. If. Burr '.
not kelp! that smile ....
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*" "" bib, XStb' ,'2JHh, 31st, August 16.h, 17th; fnoel' If you keep this T" Samnal I. Hanaon hla unknown helra. or say pause ALL TH'e'L'EADING BRANDS OFWHISKIES
? r.limitedAugust' 31st. Extension oo hand, you will never se@ cUlminc: by. rough or under him.
.p.tmelll'dUr.bet.o. fare paid but amded' on his face, 8 of To Samuel Hanaon, hla unknown hairs or any Y
: Blaokwell Okla., writes; paraoa elaimlnar by.: throurb or undo him.TakaNotioa : W
r;,> and summer tourist rate can be bad 5'A . that a sworn Bill of Complaint has bam "
,. was peevish and fretful.. AM. ........, you la tha.-. atylad. __ to ... i ili
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*unit 0otobef-ilst. eat aod feared Le would mow cloud from title of.and reform the dd to

ASHEVILLE, N.,C.-Rate of one a bottle. of Wbl..'. Cream rtIionklio N You 1-1 of are Saa.SO.Tp.SS south lad to R* .4aat.r and .plaad
and be bas not had sick dated thwfaMu....,. pp.day '
:--f are .... 15 eDt.a. 'Ticket* on saleJnlj Soiitby; Koberson's ; ; .III.- ,..M to the. A.1.1e05 said or tb.aama the will b. ...of.. Baptam.bar. aa eonfm .t1

.*, I ItI; and,27tb, !final 1 limit -..' appltre. with- ..d avainat.edir.d nubllahadone , ..... '
U I lot furtaar hat thla natle ba , '
..... may', bebbetnedtoaefeinber30& follftvlBf '
AuoetM. O a : -IOW 'R ta eonuty, .*sash wade for two" _tl". waka in t., t t
"': Klaakamaa Vallay Gaaetta. ' ..r'iI: '
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$: _' 'i < "
:: 1Y... Witnn. th.Honorabl Minor 8. Jodiaif <1''Imported Domestic Wines '
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Ports/Sherries
'ST.'PAtJ1a"IdINNEAPOU8.MINI dote rf said Circuit and $he Seal tharaaf at the Court ,
: : Hvaaa at Od....... Fldrida. thla the lb clair of

?:' ;>: -lawr'rates.. Ticket on sale, -August Din, .,, ;tOtJi. llth,:std 12th with final f August SOUTHERN : ..me St-1 't, ,

'::tOe&;' Fstenston .to 8e'r 30tb r: : ? :: .ron. ,Imporled :I.and ''Domestic, Brandies Gins Rum '

J"?armsy'bd' abeslned. ...,J ,, 32.10", ) .',Ibis Ihi Vptice: of Application ,For TaxPeed' ,
W Is. and ,
Milwaukee ;
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and ScotchWhiskies.THE:
WASHINGTON, D. C.-Rate of one Under Section 8 of .
ets on sale Aug. 10, HI Florida, ., ,
: j-fare plus 25-. cents.' : Tickets) on., sale Alif. 88, JOO6.. ,P. C.' Chapter 4888.Iawsot: r J
.
M July :27th 30th and 31st ,
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,limit. Extension of this j
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r limit to LPtember Bib ma1 1 obtainMEXICO Detroit, Mlcb.. and .. Notlc !.' ''horebr rl...enthat David ours " "
". 10- eel. on sale dally; limited Oct. ,v purrhMar of Tax Certificate No. 244. datr FAMOUS
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t 00. baa
,CITyV; ,.MEXICO -Rate;'ot .:; 54.10 fllrd laid eerllneate In my..Boa, and h.. mad b' .
r dead to lain.In accordancewith
application.for tax rfr L
,1 ,*>"Ooe fare plus 25 cents-14oketson'isle Saratoga Sprlnirs. N. law.Said '

.August: 14th to ,22d. Inclusive, Final turn.Tickets sold, 'dally. ; . eartlAoala'property situated iabraeea" In the Oao following ol. coney datorlbwl -, .. ., , . Cream of Kentucky .0 u

'1 IDI,' loaetl days'> ,from 'date' of sale, 31,1906.- I j .Ploitda.' \ lo-wlti. Carstolrs' Rye '
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j1 i ,$53.95. Two (2) la aquara In aw soy of 'H of ,, f.
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"; St {r-over.allowed, \Vestof' Missis'stpplJtl nw'. of.w8ce SH Tp a H RiO: K. I .
Lake OeorireN.. Y.: ... Echo
.. ,' The aald lanibeing a r*>*'t at the itata of Spring Rye i";
i'-i.n.... ...,m.. '..""..,._. ert., Tickets sold dally;,, the laiuano of. such ,oartlfleata lu tb* Dam of Lebanon t' "
" - - -- 1:unknwn" r C1ub Bourbon "r5
.VLW A UKEE, WIS---Rate' of 'on 1906. Union said oertlfleatra ahall baradmmad' ao- .. t
it fare plus 2.00.. Tickets tin sale Aug. $22; 0 cording t>> law, "tex dead will laiu thereon. on Wilkes County Corn
the MH& day of Jnlv, A. D. hue E .1.
.'." 10U; 'Ut.1i. and 12th with final' limit Washington- D.O., Wltneaa lit, ottrUalxnalur. and seal. this BODWE18EB .Old )
K, leaving "MILWAUKEE, August',22d.JMONTEAGLE Sold July 27. k, 31$' ''I (aKALl. the :2nd. day of Tuna E.,L.A,L.E8LKli D. 1_. ;, Harvest Corn. 1 :
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'' Extension Sa t. 8., Clerk Circuit Court .
TENN.-H.teof one 33.60: Oaoeola County Florida:
W, 8. HARWELL. D. U, ... t.
fare plus 25oents. Tickets oifssle July ___. By *-* .
St. Paul or Minne. ; ,..... ,
to r CHASE'S
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e, 28"h. '29thw'31st"and August16ihi; ,sods and return ,Sold Aug.: 10 ; ;: ::: j \ :;MM.,* Notice, of Application<:: For :Tax BARLEY MALT ,. ,

/.17th,. Final limit August, 3lt. EXTENSION ited. Aug. 31; extension : .....kMwa P9.*.. Deed Under Section 8ot THE KING OFBOTTLED . : :,,

"i on payment of difference $48.95 ; : ......_'./ Chapter 4888 I.aw89fFlorida. Distilled especially tori. .

(':between, fare paid and iu'mmer tourist Niagara F. Y., > .kook.r' .I.. medicinal use. '
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- .0.. Kotlo Ie' hereby even tha1 tamona, ,
1906. .
Tax CarlMcat dated the :
RICHMOND,'VA.-Bite of fare pnrchaaerof 0. 70. I'' ;
one y a
$53.30 Mb day -of Jnna A D. 1W7. baa ft ed said '
plus 25 cents Tickets on ale Sept. mrtlflral In my office, and baa mad appllratlonfor .' "
Torcntoi; Canada and... ; tax deed to Ia an* In aoocrdano* with CANADA MALT
2nd to 6th IDOI .b.J' with 'final ..limitSeptember ets, sold dally, Ignited : '; : law Bald certificate cmnraoaa lbs followingdescribed ;

!3ltb1)ROANOKE.VARote' V f > .. ... ;.' -. ,",.' ...'. $4 .'l5.. . <' ) I'1ond..lo-wl&property; 'Itnatod lu.'"Oaoeol... county, "PEI and otlicr ,brands of { 1

of one fare.plus : AtUatto City, N.;' J., /frtlo 18.<< 1WM+iu, i. ..,..U2 ST1t2l8K.rlt Florida Afrlcoltnral: .Co'l sub'dlv'ofSo . $$1.65 DZEJ :Whiskey- numerous "f
;
m ;.. 2tS oectaC Ticket,OQ sale August : Tickets sold dally; ;: to Th.aalit land being aaaaaaad at th* data tit .,
tha laauanc of auoh oartifloata In the of 4! to mention.
1808. and that name :
12th sod Uth with final limit" v f"
.
August81st. Unknown.
Court ( ,
".'' EXTENSION!: : of. limit to Sept. $52,76 .. ....... Unlna'aald ieettllaata' seal'; b*' rcdecmadacoordlnir .' (. .. I
R. Fla. Bd to 'law. tax dead will IMU thereon ..; ,
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and (
' ,15lh.may'be'had.'Summer; Newport, I ) Sit, S on th.-JOIN day of Animt A. 0.1_..', < lJ,
eta sold dfcllji,limited,, (( Tp. tSS ,Wltneaa my official signature and peal. this the .. .. '
; Tourist rates to all 19to day of July, A, D..1 oSSAI.I :
Summer $i5l.00. WbiskeY/.Bottled.in
prow hi. [.. : E. L LE8LKY. ., Bond
'resort. Tickets are on ssle'', dally ,Washington, D<'"* ,'C.i oa of arid Clark Ciroalt; .Court Ocoeola County Florida. "
BYW.BIIARWKL. D.C.
_;; vntll' September SOtb'with final limit Ticket oo .sale. dally.; : .., .....) aBass's

.:: ..:to.roturo" ; any' time be(ore or"on October' 11101I. .";$46.05 >cI.Jonn....,f of. Notice?ol." Application to .Sell Ale. Gulimess's. ,* .StoutLoWESTPRlCES :rte'y i ,

"P: II1'0... 'further Information apply to Chicago, Ill. and .. ,yN. Real,Estate., ,. '. ': GI. .

nearest agent, or J. G. 'Klrkl.a4. D. on sale_dally. ;. limited"Oct." Katie la nrab.r1vn'that. I will. an the 18th \ BY THE GALLON I ,
.
davof, A A. D. 1..180. apply to "' Count .
;"Pfo''A. .Tampa; 'FlaHazard's : $33.60 Juaca of =. Coontr.State of Florida at Ie... ,
.: :. , . I.' 'Mlnnoapolls.. Mlon., aatata af almnn. UtrL for an order to Ball at publlaor . '.:ltri"irj=3. .flrona: t; S.p'O: : VL3' ? f . ,%
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.w..., Alwaya'C.r.: ;::, Tickets on sale Auc..10, ; :: Countr of, private.......drum doe la the following Coantta.of rod Batata.Oaeaalaand lylnand '
,To p'cure.T disease a remedy must. meet ed Auf. 31. Extension < t tha eama_ Polk Ill.tII.8tate 01 Florida towiti AH of ,.... OpEN' ,COXXX: t32lOl7: .. 3J:p,
+ Passenger; and ticket .otharwiaa tloaal Block On. (1) Scuth Florida R. R. Cam .
c __be reqatremeots of the system f'
general .
l' all paft1' survey of Klaalmm* : Alaa.' *atsouthw..turns onr1'rom.: $ :3.0'0 up"
BMcifio Tablets do this and West"IJ.Ji St." '' t .paraona.. aa*. of Bee ti.Tp SOS ROB and .. l :: ,
I'' J. 0. run N l.40ehalaa ta R. R. fight of way, B V.M '
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''eureIo4lji* l1io.I Constipation; Ner- Dlslrfot l : : t Parkar..- CO..... K to south UK Boa fF. &.....*W AND ALL 'OTHER, LIQUORS IN PROPORTION '
?lt 'WqIM .' Kidney;ianV" Bladdtrivblea .-I e'b''r..8: ..... balna part of Block B B.F. R. R. '
.' ,.Lo.a vitolHy( and all kindr --- .1 Coaunars AlaoTWlnnliuf at Nw omar of Lot ., ;) :
..........' bar bull iDg .up' the entireyalam .AbreksM .. t. Black. 'V* ofW. A. Patrlcli'a north l' to thaTown > '.*aaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaa Baa >, .. ... -(r. '.. ..,! 9....
was af Ktaahnmaa OJOr and 11II ft.. 4.
a'mao '
who 'DI" ;
t'' .1\The v arlous .structures are & } ( it\\ B: W ft. M ft.100 E: la ft, N 7M ,"
braced, re-lnforoed talned the highest honor B MM N 147W ,W 1 "
i ,up ap4 by these ft. 7H
tablets and this. are excited to nt to the :\UnUd: "Ht't'' to plaea. of basin. ft"alsoand' La IS.andI .w : :

." healthy funetlosial organ aoHOD. 8eD4 for Borehountf .,Syrup .' has ; ....-..,..,. I:l.W ranninr<< KlariiaaMa to Jake ofCaanon's Oaeaola County eddies Air to. The the aouthiter Town-', H. METCALF Goi ::
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place, never equalled bl
. book of particular ,and'iwonderfull> W wat vnartor of aarthaaat. ajjaouthwartth ,
BOoedts. like remedy, 'ft is, a.;. .. ,quarto af northwaatquartrr" 8a.a..Tp SS ?
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,>/< { ; Ifjrour OoiMrns .;. .... .=.. I't' III Ie t10e C-IIfr 01 Yolk The aam ORANGE AEI; ORLANDO <'FLi4ear i
." ', < of pros prepaid attdl .n:1PD.,41.:; ; .; 1, b5 verMhce 01 division aaw.g tha hubs fill aid r.wt .1, L "

R-ar4 a..tae -,. ,;.. snotber should keep .., I. .1'To5. .......so.r.r.; JUG TRA E'; : ,
0.-11 wonderful oatcjrk ..... ;' I 1o'to.{ :: :A $PE IALW'J'2?! .
.bar K tanMHa'. PJuara s>ay 'I 1 IM. lilt' A 1s. l.f\ ..Arla .1.'. Fsi/1re...p..1 'i .
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