Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 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: August 10, 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: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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coo COMMISSIONERS the matter; < inlsil9n\V-tlkar: tw'till' SOME INTERESTING DATA' ,
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IN. (MONTHLY .;:SESSION. on routloo W W.1 Ivey JtF., the.followlng Wllllamssecondedby \ renotutlons ABOUT ROCK ISLAND "'" t t 4

i y were passed (Commissioner C. .LEARIN.c, : .Q" S' 'A', 'WXf: ,
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H -"* Walker voting t4oo7)) io-wlt: . ,

'W'hereas.' the county, has' already of .... /., ,.... '. ; ..' .If'" .,'. .
Five ,Hundred Dollars Appropriated {Invested abvu> llfiOO In permanent. improvements Mr Ward 'Tells Its' Geographical !. t- " ... "

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Fair, .
t at the Tampa$ State '''oorO'F.:: ;.. ,.
for F.r.Rou Location and How "
State left over from last year's exhibit, 'CapL .

e' tine Business trans- loss'blch to. \hrownawtfywquld the county; and, be a dead. Mating ,Can Reach" IL, :

$ .acted. Whereas, by.making a further the In wrung to a mutual friend. of' his $UMMtR GOODS I ( :: ,

1-r I appropriation the county can get Improvements and Ca plain Mat Hug's 101... 0. W. ' .
KlSSIMMEE. ClTT, FLA., \ benefit of last year's permanent vVard.'who, U summering at Bound .

:\ August 0, ,l )0o r ; { Brook N. .Li gives the following la- : .
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'' The Board of County..Commissionera I Resolved.That aa appropriation tereatiaif lscrlpUuo-of Rook hl"oll'i
500 be made for an Oioeola exhibit atthe : I '
convened at 10 a. m., there beingpresent where the National J1l. ATCOSB
coming State Fair to be held al L ,
l U. T. Butler, chairman; W'. ventlou la u. be held "I owe to read., :
I' "w F. Tampa from >November.' 14th to 20th Log the last Valley 'Gazette' lust. .
fry Ivey, II. S. PartinVJ. 190(1 sod that warrant be issued to I ,
.: lame and J. H. Walker a Captain Mailing,,1* at a loss to know .
Osceola '
'xr the State Fair Commissioner of I .
WU-1' K he will or will out accept .an Inflation \
ert;
.4 -I' torney and W. d. JuLnaun, D.D : provided tbatsald oummisslonershalt Donirreu tp attend at. Buck( a Island National. for Farmer reason __0- -- -0 '_ .... ..;" ,_. .::c._ ,-. .' i i.f'
> last regular { "
Tbe minutes of the Individually for '
.r. i lead responsible that. he does not know where tuck r.offloe and I do hope that. you will , ,,", .
and get ""
1 rueetlhg were I approved. 1 any monies that may be' expended by .. .
1 j <" .Island I III. This has worried inn .greasdeel the Captain to loulc.thern. over a little '
H. W BronsOn before the him said Osoeola exhibit in excess
j appeared upon l and I hasten '
to '
Board.aud asked to purchase .. of said appropriation of $,J500' () i request particularly i with a view especially to what. ,they '

.' I two-horse wagon loads ol dirt Resolved further, That the people of flock that Island you Inform/the Island the Captain ! show, the states. of the Mississippi. :
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.weotY'1 that ie
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and I 'Valley .&0 possess In ,agricultural I( SPRING AND SUMMER
the oounty'Ichd on the. Florida this county be' hereby requested in the. MississippiHirer, UultedStales wealth ,Show' him I : : .
a map of the '
their to
contribute product
::1. j land Railroad, which, on urged to I ; North. America, a' country United States Show him 1
and a newspaperaod .
was allowed, if paid for at. the rate of the county exhibit frepof! charge discovered-by one ChrlatonherCu.: .
to give tLelr.: Fill.mml..loner all call his attention to the stock. '
,Zoo perloadIn I '
' the matter of the Whittier road In the possible to make' the et. umbus, of Spain some years ag-o. Remind him that one of the < >, ( OD'S ; ;\
support ;
largest Q' :
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I 'This Island i l.. the : of the .nd ,,rlchM" railroads in the' : e
Sec. Sit' hlblt and a orgdtt'to thaAunt.v. property ,
30 success
i 10, {'p. 2i( ECommts4 a >* .
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U. d. Oov't and Is the site of 'of world Is the < .. .
'J sloner Partlo failed to ale Messrs. ',> ." On motion. of J.. :F. William one named 'Chicago, Rock 4* a -" "
the largest arsenal in the Island, A Paclflo Uailroad "Dd'.ba... I
; Padgett & Beach or J.. A. Anderson seconded by W/: W. Irey Hon, country, J
,.....,. Co.. apd could not. report.: (}eo. A. Juuo M..Lee was elec;ed State.. Fair! probably one of thelargest. la theworld. recently a control ,of Its 'stock. was 1' / 'V
The Oovenntmtbuilding" bought the Moore and their
up by
(c' Beach appeared for Padgett & Beach Commissioner.. / I
if! and protected agaiostthe road as laid There being na further-.bunlnesi, beBo..rd of stone) cover a very large acreage frltmds and that a. holding company j
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and the'siatlon Is oonnldet called Tne Bock Island, ''.
generally
i out, also W.rJ. Hears; attorney. forJ. .adjourned.Wants Company,
; d one of tbd most Important and was formed to take. .the'stock., t ,
over
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, (ir ,A."A nder.on & Co., and further action At Actual l .CO'st'I
until. probably the moat beautiful in this. wish .that. the Captain could stand for j "
6 was deferred the next regu., Information Hi About '
lar More, jountry.. Furthermore Iitland a few hours by the side of the double I I "
meeting.J !
If. '. baa )been of great Interest track Rock Island Railroad '
either In
a point to " .
O .
\ asked the . .
C. Tlson appeare.nd .
11 board to reduce the raise on the S | of Pump Snakes.W itudeuta. of history and novelist. Illinois, lows or any one o'i'.be. half ..... "r .

, 812 t 8uc. 2.1'" Tp 26 8 U ,30( E from Arlzopla' have frequently taken', as a scene down other states through' which '.the .. .' .: \I 'i ',
Autr. 4. 1906. ,
Deep ,Valley, for their series. It was here that road funs and watch the immense traN .' .Ii' "I ,'
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0 $150 l to tiso which -refused hisassesiment .
rwas To Editor Kl sluiraee Valley Gazette:
the great Indlanuhtef Blackhawk bad Do that passes over the rails. Most
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being equal with IlIl'eprop" I am Florida cracker, burned and his stronbold and It' here of 1111 and
: was or, agricultural products, *
arty in i he nelguhorhoodi raised 011 the St. Johns' near Jack.onrills.V near here that. he was, foully. killed_ very oar of It. bound for Chicago or I i ''H .C. STANFORD
Mr.; W. it. Van Uuior appeared before Nu'm.tter what my name usedto .I : ,
.J the board In the Interest of the be I have turned over a new leaf I do not.see bow'; a reader\of .books the east has to pass through the' Jlttle .
of Rock Island.
Florida titate. Fair and asked that and p.peri published when the Capain city . Ii:!!
Dick. andam '
:) quit marking Harry ''I could t.o' the Captain for'' or LOW PUCESIB.KIS9im, EE.' ,
' W.1 ) could have missed all Ike .yHE.oPlcUTATOL!! !.
'll' : the commissioner* contribute to, the making a living farming. I take an ouotr hours wJr be should himself t l' ,, -. -
/8 Fair, The chairman also-read aer\ Interest goingon .In the stories .Indian. doings and order on > post : ,I
{ : t'' In'everything up on tbs geography bf bisadopted'land '. ., .. .
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, ter from Brown .
president Florida, and am particularly C ""
-adopt*,) 'alter '.I.I IOJl nearlyevery ) . .. ,. . . .
of tbe Fair and-4 after consider. Broward's scheme sland[ or the famous band'or robbtt\\V* '
In Oov. "Nap. '
t ,.it able discussion by .W. >B* Makmson, draining the' Evwglctlen. have who infested that parrot Wie-.country otb.r part tf the, known worldexoeytlog fvJ ,

f" C. Mating and others, the board deferred known "Nap!:! all my lire. When'we for :years_ and how the. wterluus'f'ox t\ ithe western hemispherehut "

" : ij action<< on Lhemaur until the were, boys. together he was always' Burch: and the two Ixtntci,:kljled old bave, probablysatdenough. al BUDDED TRpEg i !
ready. :, ,
afternoon aesslou. ..' c..lIeiJ'N.h" because never missed Jol. Davenport while robbing, his .
house on the. Island, and bow They I do hope that you ,will write to
4 The following' b'I1were\ ; examinedand a chance .to nab everything In. sight.Sweet ..
me tell that. It is all mistake
were ttoally run down the'doted and roe a
b/ }
ordered paid, to-wit: potato pone and custard. was TQT PQWftTJTH :
tnab Will Harris NURSERIESCIIASE
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7 R T ButJer,com and ....1'O' week points. with ;Tab and be never Donnvy, detective and hedged at. the { was putting upa >
job on C..ptan'wbeJ be said :
H 8 P.rtlneoooie and (K) Hock Island with exception ol Fox \ .
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J ..... mss..7' ? XI Jailed to gothic share and A" much who broke jail and escaped. The old that be did 'no 'know which Rock Island .

'.B JHWuk.rco..ndmss.t.t M i4H4vr clerk.nd auditor.' ,. ..'.....,..' MOUM us from more the as first possible of it. that I .have Nab's thought last Uavenpoi't house has been kept as it the NaUonal1.rmer'! Congress i eo..P o >aucToKS. J; (TV. HOARD IP A . Aiiuaw. eo .t.. ...! 10 MJMW.lk.r.w.4ed was' all the years since as a place of would be held in.I will not feel com. 1 -. **"
.awwn.r.,. ....,.,..."?,,"?...,. 18 K' scheme had ton much water In It U curiosity and general' Interest. -unlessit Fortable. until this Is. cleared up. The' We will have re'adT'I for' next Fall aodW.1.rt.... planting) ,'a'; 'ga>owral I'
D B Brown '.,..,.<.:.< A' 00 pay well but since reading the 11.1'1.10aae has been taken' down within i&e Captain*s knowledge of geography as assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees ol all leading ......1' ,
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Camped'.urtpooriean ..,. > II article In of ,
W I. 4< M expert's paper
Kbatmmaa K LOo. Uvhta jail._...."..'. .,_.. ,, ** July' 6th there seems your a right, smart MSt few years since ,I. was there, well.. his 'general intelligence hasbeen ties. Our trees are budded on (rood.-healthy I'OIIp.Iem: ;; .I aDd
Vallajr tiawtta. printing- par contract ..*.' ,1040 won'twoek A Interested In, engineeringmust rather a hobbyOf nil tie/ and I Hour Orange roots, guaranteed free from 10..... pests of any I__nd' ,.
KtealmnMa TaWphona" Co rant phona. .<. S WR > chance. Chris Mallng's way person lave alway enjoyed 1 seeing add bearlow .. All budded from bearing ireet I la OUI"If1"O"'ae4 therefore. .* to
L Starlingekaninv eaai pool... .... ...,'' IOU i ; It's bad farming no drainageand certainly. have beard that tbw him in h debates. almost .
< on any .name. Our facilities for growiernurery"iIok are ,etwottd;1 tonone
WmLV J W Ad.huld..sr. B H Croat, paupar.IS toW bet first. bridge built the, MUslss-
across
I You tn to |
can one
H......IU. fit oo auppltaa, asset hour0' no crop. Hlver Itoclr Island subject so you can "appi-eclate''roy' l and our trees are 'at.One.. as money an" i v twenty; -.....'..-Y
If Qa Cunklin. ttfr supplUa eourt bouaa U safe, be don't make a IIYIDIlm"; Ippl was'from !' City slat.*.,,of ,tnludr Attain'"dO'D.C perienoe oda'produoe.: W.. sire making a specialty. season, of
r aCOJHdwOaTroadauppllai;: .. ,.,.I..L.. Sift bring in a sample potato- every season to.,. Davenport: (must I s'ajr Iowa,) .
Valley 0........ ad tax ......".."... M 0Ktoatmmaa and tell tbe fellows on tbe corner. touching the lower'end'of the Island sbat4eranidol, buHellme that It, Isall the famous California Valencia Late'which Is-destined to b.oom.cthe : k
UrurCa. auppllaa' court houaa IB and that about tbirty''ears ..mistake.,;; Yours sincerely, greatest moneymaker io' Florida. ,OurVaJnool" +buds 'came.
A r IMt.apt. par. roll. road July, IMt.3IT M about bit One crop. ago a new C. W. WARD. direct from the bent bearing trees,in 'the ',dlsU.. ..ot.. OM famous for
Hon* rluyd. fMd mulaa... ., log The pump Snake plan looks alright i bridge was built jointly by; the government "
W B Maklnaon Co. road auppllaa; ....: :::: *S. 8t on paper1. I wrote Capt.Menge for. and railroad (the'' Xlock Is- I, i producing,the best Valendias CallforoU 1- **Vl'/' / ,

J M Bryan and A 1__' eoramiaalonaboardtnutoaa 7J 04Oao particulars soon's I had your, caper., I and Hallroad ) lower' down the''river Makes theweak;, Stro g.( Write tot' Price*'to J. WL.;HOARD.; Oct ,(PI*.. *f' fffjg *&'**#Nwr',. 1 svk4'

W Baaa..matarlal and; bulldins"A: 'J"brldgwa but I reckon I forgot to enclose a and the old'- bridge taken down it A run dowo'colldlt.lop of the nervous "' ;. : ..r..'.t.Waqo. 01'1. ',' '. ., ; :'k'
. .11000 stamp for a reply cause up to now he' icing at the foot of the rapidana a system thoroughly rendering dsfeoiivotheenergies : : \ I f.; : .. .. ..... ;

r V .JoaUodwtilU{ W Juhnaon/ .,Day:' tolliffk'Wl.ittMr'e.d;; ia.ln-ar ::. 117. hat not written me.- We had ..Uklnd. menace to navigation.. '> , ; of Lb. mucus,, gland. and 1.\: :{

JEGIIb.TRar..aeunl.br.otr.a..m.. fen of Insects'.and reptiles 00\.tbe St. Coming down to modern ttmels .and venal and nerve structureis why so /

5 .. -11 ISK Johns I thought but we never h.d.be.. talking a little about agrlcultur and magL people have varlout"diseases.Haggard :: .
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LLa ley. el -k. raoordinc .0. raporta 16 CO " ;
',r H 8 Partin.road work. _......... .' 4 Ml pump snake least wise it we had w* geography, we have the fact staringus 9 Specific Tablets rectify all\ : '
J O-Hanwr. road work.... .. ... ..... .. S5 OO8tal. never-discovered bl,-'usefulness, and in the Face'that HoolE'bland City, these deficiencies1 assures good . 'bSOtA :.i) ';t:
Hank Kiaalm_ loan xnaral ......,660 00fitatBankKlajrinuhaa.lntonaaina des {lot blloy..nbealth' absolute : J!'. .
CapW,Menge sure < rv s a .of a town of about*16,000 people, lie. on i They: are aD'' : '"
N " :1. SM credit for his insight Into the peculiarity the east,' or Illinois-siiteof the MUilissippl sneoltto for Indigestion, 'Kidneyand
m After which the board' too Ira recess <>f this reptile.', Now Deep Valleyis . lllver wbtch-streamaeparates -Bladder troubles Lost. Vitality. .'s ;
r1 t PH'A MACY.
t until :3 p. m. > not like the Everglades' J can see linou[( and Iowa, the two greatest and all k.ndred diseases. They: never: l '' k' t 1 ,
\ Tbebuard reconvened at .2 p., m.1; it possible for the. pump awake 1,0aet, agricultural states of the Onion fall to beDelh.- ,Seod for book: of particulars. ''Tr v' s

,..wall present. '. the water out-where they"only have to Other nations ;of the world possess Price'per box: COe. If 'your; ," 8' : HE LEADINGWDRUQ'' STORe: J.PONT .

The applications" of" Mrs.Mary raise U about eighteen Inches'. In thirty choice bits of extremely-: fertile land, dru61IrI.cannot supply you'tfiey c" will t . w .are
Tumblln ant 'Joseph J*.' Smith for mile but Deep Gulch is' surrounded peculiarlytadapted to. ..be productionof be sent prepaid upon receipt of price. .,, '. "ill" -

Confederate pensions'. were-read. and"approvd byi.hill\I, two hundred feet hltrb. Now someone! commodity in 'each case, Address, Haggard. 8peciflo'.Co.Atr' lIw Iw ,
i > what. I want" to know'Is this-, will these such as the little spot in France and lanta,'O a. 'ronon[: US'n w
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1 1.: A etltlonfrom Mrs. Ubody Jsoe snakes bltob.up strongenuugh to hang that. produce the' for ; : : _
'ermany grapes
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Bass, asking the .board to recommend .
bills and they
up over'these can some of-the very choicest wines.; Vu l- ,8 '
t. to the Comptroller: to allow her to re.. straight ? Deep Gulch .. : "
water .
pump up ta Aba jo Cuba for' tobacco; certainparts " t :;'"'''
deem. 'Tax 8ale'Certificate''No.' 282 Is the richest on earth but lf'j the Holland bulb ..
spot of tan ; the Italian : :
Wheii In'Ileed'
sale of April U.;1891 at its facevaluo,' ; > oflanyCthintf ,
, < pump snake wonTt work we -will haveto Quarter at. St. Cloud,fur ,cweel pout-. ,WsLVanDiizoriSiCo.B 'I .1 mS \
i I'Srbl'b, on motion was granted. bore a hole through one of the hillsto 1 oesi= certain little. spots jo New' Zea-. :t' ,In the" ""Dreg-'line; :
The report of L1., O Lewis ,& Co.c .. Joe ." ... .
farm It. Our Governor Klbbes laid. for.tall grass. ; various tract of h ) .
j i for convict hire amounting to 18.2.'> ." !. room' ht "Arttooa c S <'))10.''' '
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1 01 says ( and In Cuba and io Louisiana' and . ,
for the month July; 19.0, -wat toad for settlers for the next hundred St. Cloud and -and theIliepooheecountry t= R? s ,
and accepted and the mQUn 'order"d Florida ,R, O'.K 4
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J.\ i to and be Forfeiture placed to tbe Fund.credit, Qfthe."Fine. 0! ;yean When without I the lived dOoney In Deep Floridaitdld1'tseemtti to Valley, bore', and.won'tputup the .hole. oaue,:; the:; certain Sonoma,places,Valley, ,in in, for California France sugar-, . i :, '- '%; !ft! :Bottle of f ...j\6rbi.\ 6.." .FREfi, td.evefu:.: y GIMoii -r'': "' 11 11rAr'


"i. The bond ot Iteglt'ration J\'A Lancaster as Supervisor me )It ever would get full of peoplebut Italy:, Hungary and other 'countrlei REAL, ESTATE, ;, n tlltTnlP 11h'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVV G

of fortooo, with Nab must. reckon they. are ..getting for carets 'and Soot' Florida'andSouthern ',
S.'II.' itullock and A."-Donegan: assuretle too thick and he must fix'more room California,. U.. S, A. for citrus I AND .1 INSURANCEooooooooeoooooocooooooeoo, . .. -. .. ,.- ._" .&. -- .-,-- .-

,'alllO the .bond of H.'A.'Bartow for'"em. Wish you would tell me all fruit; but nowhere in ,tha. ,world .AuAcr4c_..,..;.it.-. .. .. .AcL#.6cilacLl6.+AtAl ,
as nu! ttce of the' for *500() i
peace .about In your next issue. I'd write can be found of land .
a great body f.o .
with \\f. 41- Godwin and A. C. Bass Nab about It but be'* bu... ', compare with !the immense ofairrloultural C .; :-
0 territory .. ,
'and E. R. Bass at sureties,, were- examined Yours ..rulyTHOMAS' T, B.To .' soil embraced in what Is -- ,. Sunny Sputli. Stables'd: ft: .

and approyd. known as the. .. \ '. ,1th T M. '
>; DIVERS, M.'DrPhyalclsa
The report. of the various oountjoffloors '' lock[ Island In practically. the .' .dwrrH'.KiSBiMMF.BiDBtia h.rsreo. = " '
were read and.ordered deb'ted '',the Church f ; People.,of, Kissirri.mcc. geo : : a } : i
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graphical center-rIllinoieleaat and
,) / COMPANY: *
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'and-the paid and cancelled warrants .. LIVERY
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Iowa west. that' the flight
They say ._
destroyed by fire in board and PHONBa-OfMo ;:,>41l I..I4. ,' 63
open ,
; ' of a wild plgeo Is sixty miles per ' -V _.. &. FEED:
the warrants were also signed" After' having( conferred with Mr xte MCS.: Fl. ; **
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hour all day: ffthat Is true. It would j
I r The treasurer's reports' showed the : Winn of.the Klsslminee Ice Co.,'10' regard -take. wild pigeon hours of : : 1 ntid" .,
b: following balances on hand : to the question of Su.odayloe.de- .twelve : _: , ( = '. I'
continuous dightto'pass tbis f : i.14jI .
.....h' Coua ,", ......vA/1'; rwe.re gratified t.Q..be able ,to tile tractof land from over to west i", CDR.. LESLEY W., W. .EC.ON.. ., !! SALE . ,,i ;

.:p-" Koad..>,...."."",-.?.......4.:,..!,' .! 68X8 114147 TtfBcESoiJ. announce his willingness to co-operate.. and elf the bl..d.wereto eallf take"a. I little , SPtOIAI.I41T< . ::. .,, '''.

"..i; ., (.MW.$:rS'.iyii'i't;?;, MM with us to the extent: of hU 'abllit, In tlms.. too lunch it would require aU .y'.. CAR NOSK ANP?.THROAT. .' STABLE' ,
t .. .. 1B4 aWl Upholding\ sacredness ot tbe Saba1h \)- ; > ...,
1.1. y' "
f0C'it. 'distance 'i'
(!. !' A c' 4\i day : to cover the from Private Aroertearrf atlonal .
.. .. .. Hospital, .
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,1911i' the f\\
.. nFJ" day. And now we call : -
I ii' upon
" > ..,.il. ... ." north to seuth. ..
'Bank
2811 10 BId, .Tampa.Pla. I. '
* 8tat.a.......... .,... cbrlttain people to fall into line and Ir INGRAM & GILBERT. FRPPRIEt0RS,' :, '
'r rte t.1..t< *** tl* MI keep alive the sentiment that. lives '. In "When we talk about the' agrlcu1.oul..ur..1 - .. .. ... ? ., 'I'w '

For which twi std aarttfleato from Bank : every true chrlstaln heart.-'and' that resources of Illinois and Iowa 1 L c a

jori.rt: ."*?u.j..***,. ''...f..J' tCBw ts makes us feel that God's day-' should alone we deal. In big figures. Other PA. VANS AGNEW,' qA.DWAY. OPPOSITE POSTpFFICE.: .A :: 'x.:

fir. Lewis'Johns appeared before the be kept' sacredand', Inviolate from staters have great mineral wealth and t"1 ,* ",. ,., .1 .

1. ,. ,board and, asked that the commission- very encroachment.. we pay.little .attention to that subject, I 'ATT01tkB .LAW."...... I. .II Kfeslmitiee. -
: 'AT' f J :Phone 102. >; Jv3 ;
'V.. f.. tersgrant'A road'commencing, at'apoint As the. Ice Is delivered on Saturday when-thlaklag!ur speakingof these J I' 1'AND' J
."5 on'the-Whlttler''road Dear' lobe .afternoon a sufficient quantity to two, nevertheleis'a large' portion of 'f |, ..NotARY'1' PUBLIC, , I'- ; .
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'?f Lev D rowdy, place and run thence last over Sunday and thus ease Tout; the two states is/underlaid ,with the < : "KJSSll\IM !;E. Fl.I' ./. All Kinds Haulhig. :
south entering ,the Fort'Drum road richest of coal,; the. coal mining busl-. .. -%

J, near the J. k'..,Willis place.,, The set own an conscience example before and at' your the same children time, nets (In each being, enormous Each .: ,. : .. :, ,' . -# lw''Y"i." -- W.'V"R'V" ...... _...". ...". _.. -_..' ., ,... . '. ",, -,
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.J( board instructed the county surveyorto & "
, .. survey of this route and report God; I..We Iowa of marble.,* But; it is In aetlcrul- \ ' ', ," ,1' : .',. ,.' ; '".
..',, to the next meeting of the. board. heartily. endorse Mr.. Wlrui's ture that they stand. '''unrivaled 'their. ; 'yP.'h r" Tj.' ,
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t A. P1 Bell, supervisor of 'roads- plan at announced' elsewhere Yours. wealth not being In little spots here 1 ,' '. '' "" ', ", '. c .,/ .
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ported to the board that C. Duels for righteousness, both civic and :religious. and there bu in'a vast. apparently : ? '
- and J- 8. Reed, doing business Inexhaustibly'! fertile whole. We j.pMir iotAM awn.u.. Gaelr iG: '
as M. A, CAKSABOOM,. : "' ,' :
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' 'r The Lake Side,Veneering Co.,",had L R. JENKINS, sometimesbear: pf the rich lan:. of ; \ : 'i'

l damaged the county, road from o the t.;. M.BRITTAIN:I the Nile;'In Egypt.. Iowa has no wasteland ,(It , ; ;

'west boundary of Um '.t.oWQ"; limits 'U> .' within her oorders-and the only, 'arrra c. ...... ..., IE--, 'I.en.at..f.a I : 'iw : .'
*" the Onloe place on the Shingle Creek :To the. Public ;, partof Illlnola-Wiat'ts called uncer .'. t ... .-.. f f"I' . Wibaveloi j } _olienedap ai"Wk & ,eM --y :. i saoldt
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1 I-*, 'road-to the amount of .least .$75 by ,, ..aln.ol'.I.nd laic the south end .:.- ..... ; _, ,1" atr t.wlth foil 1, .f ;;;< '. ht *
+ bailing logs thereon, and asked that .After, Sunday'Aug.''12th there< will where -they call .it "Egypt.". .Iowa '. J j .1 ,
they 'be"made to 'repalr the damage he no more ice delivered on the :Bab- could tuck the especially choice wine ", u. c ft ,'P.AHCY'' : : ;; ; ,

c Oltmotton'tbe' county; attorneywas bath. However 'tor,:the bene3of 'land of France under one eyelidand :Dlt.n..tW,8IMPBOtf._; \ ;&011 ;;
Instructed ,to notify the gentlemen to those who may require it for the sickroom : cover' the Rhine wine grape land ,of '," : "'_ ... \ .
I bin'with- her .thumbnailand.Vnelta DEN _; ,-: ""'" < I. ;;
t ta l'ep.a'r.be) same, and r.o..kl..uohlw and those who may not be able the ? '" TV'l" !
S gal steps a. trill be necessary to h..,.. I. on Saturday: 'afternoon, Ice Abajo,, laad people, .tobaocuand OflloCovet'Oeeeola"Pherttjaey, : ;
t the repaired' In the of will all would. flu Io' a : ,.... ... ,'. ;\
damage, 'event be on sale at the plant on Sunday oot a pipe v---; t' !: I la' COT
;belr failure to do 8(),*- '-' t" ";- -+ morning until ten o'clock. ..Nona will single smoke tot1' Illlnolc/V- iss 'no' ) OrTCI4 Hovaal. If',.I a.' m. 'tori 11...:; t : .. : .

,r.ln tbe matter'of..the' 8tte Talr sp.propM.ttop be sold after. that houn . .:--...'; statistics of soy'hind'', tier,* .bun ,you r- 1:31ho' b:aol.m", :t, f ...!,; .?'?-. :
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far:; that every time you, have spoken MOB STOPS TRIAL ?

OR. slightly of,them you have spoken so of _

me.,i I However unwilling Ton '.night
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FOR HER; feel vto-iHurry: ,one of Mr, Tcnnant's., in Florida l.

FATHER'SPOINT daughters, you 'WllJ-rotl must-feel a : ; Three Taken From
?t. thousand time,, more, bow impossible f ri Negress

_ It would be for you to marry me! Tee, and Riddled.

Gilford; yerf-!It la 1 sol Ob.;"my God!" ".s .-:. - '. Y T ..... .... .....--......-......-............... Jail, Hanged,

"What'i. It. .JaneT" but the tone ofMohun's '
0 rP fj Bro '-rd-B..rd Joint ,Speaking,. Suing County Commissioners.
voice add be
was changing, l'Vlctlml 1f
.. OF fidgeted nervously! with 'Ills bands., t Governor Napoleon B.s, Broward. Suits' -aggregating $2,400 have beenbrouab't MILITARY INEFFECTIVE f

"What tfj nrlr Is there between your who has acepted an invitation tomeet, by County Attorney Reeseat ,

BY' position and that of the Miss Ten. Hon. John 3. Beard of Penaacola to Penssoola agalnat-four; members of .

uantsT':! joint debate ''on the proposition of the 'co'unty commissioners to'collect .
I ANNIIt 'I difference moneys which the state auditor ,declares Had Just Been Arraigned: ail
HONOR\ "There-Is this between, draining ,.the Florida Everglades, has ,f}
; Gifford: Tim Mis Tenants; are rich notified; Mayor ;:CbarJeaH DII... ;:who to have been illegally collected Salisbury N. C. Charged With

s. and have' Jnany friends and 'parents' aranged 'the meeting.'.that he cout l by them. The former members of the Murder of Lyerty Family j Nos

r -, r- 111'111and/ I am poor and without. a1] not be pre eD am after August 17. i board against whom the sins' ate' directed ! Other Suspscts Unmolested ; +t wa -
. ., > '" '>' relative on the earth-" and the amount they are due
, ". ,, ?OOW'W"'F"/ 1 1.tKa1C1!' I't"1e'hCiC Aa this date Is agreeable" to other f
She stopped short with agitation; Ala parties Mayor: Bliss has; 'written the) the county areas rolo", .: WC A. Shel. r &a{
CHAPTER 'VI!. fi "'Gllford.ball never'tnarry you; hun breathed rather freer. Whatever John A mob of 1,000 d.et'ermln men!. ft1''
Then GIfford'' forgot (lie ashy cheek governor' the, afte;; s ,August' by |600; Frank Johnson' $500; *
Continued.
'. and hollow eyes; .lae Raw' lilunelf aboutto these fearful people were that be wasgoing'to 20. He has also notified Mr. Beard, G. Welsh; $100; J W..JBrewton. $900. shortly before U. o'clock Monday!
Til was, literally, all that passed hear About It WAS-a consola- '
who Is In Tennessee. Brow Some months ago, the state auditor, entered Rowan county ,
between .J.neiid MlLynch. The be defrauded, beome overwhelmIng tlon to'rhluk' that they were at, leant Governor night,,.forcibly
misfortune, ot his own hopes, and ard will advocate the drainage of the' In examining the books'of the coun, 'removed''
latter was prepared with a eet-out tea, dead and burled. He-bad bad a dread jail at Salisbury, 'N, C.f.
members
'' he caught her passionately! ; almost: Everglades! ,, and Mr Beard will) op ty Uncovered that four of
With well conned speeeliee'of co !(lo:1 ful sUlpl<'lon'tbat-the living: vulgarityof therefrom three of the five ,negroea ,,
fiercely; to his breast. I'os'tbe proposition,- as he does not. the old board bad drawn moneys exceeding
::1, "Do know what you saying the amount allowed by law for charged with the murder of the Lyerly
little books, ready marked at thA l' pages you are going to be throat upon him believe the plan a feasible one and -
''In which she considered' appropriate JaneT Do you know whet promises "Your friendlessness knits you closer, the 'returns! too small for 'the large attending meetings and looking after family at Barber Junction ,July, Jw. '': ,

..medicine, for affliction, to1 be stored. you have inpde-promUes.tbat no one to mevJane' ; and"-n ml berg\ he felt he. amount of money- that It will requireto road work.. He 'also found that tour : 13. an lynched them.The .

.j But her' heart died Within httAll but me can efer free you from?J" was saying something\ wonderfuJlrm'agnnnhuolIlI1t ; even' attempt to drain this Immense members of the present board had I mob began gathering at sun ,

.thought of offering consolation was '"You will free me from them all is easier to get over area. The, debate1' looked 'exceeded the limit by about $2,400, down. .Mayor Boyden promptly; ordered c

.chilled back by the first .ound of ."I free you! 'I give up your love!! the fallings of those wtao are gone than, forward to in West Florida with much and they were so notified and settled the saloon closed and, with other -' I ,_

Jane' changed-voleto. She scarcely; Jane; tell me'what you'are talking It.might be, you know, It one wa actually Interest; as the people have at yet theirindebtedness. The old'boare prominent cltUena,, United State:; '

dared to, follow ber, even to look upon about! It Is Impossible that. you can thrown with them In one's"(lally _had no opportunity ,of bearing' a' dll' members :'were notified to settle, but Senator Overman, Judge:' Long, who,
You wish "
In
be sober
j 'ber faee., What If all the 70uth' and speaking earnest. life. When people; are dead one can't cussion of the matter. failed to'do 80, 80 suit baa been Instituted. holding the'Special term of courtl I ,
1" life should bate died out there a* well to be freed from your promises to me- think of' 4ny of their error too ., was Solicitorl'Hammer
1 ;you'wlsb to bre koff eugagementlI to try the"nogroeesand
our "
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"Don't think
mf unkind,auntie, said harshly, '
will never- Pardon. ; Board Appeal'* Case. gathered on the JaH, steps
Jane when sh reached the door of her Jane's eyes glowed through all, their
The committee appointed by the Co. I
then struck :fir state the crowd which atthat ; \
But the'thought addressed
Just -appealed
has the
:,, own little bedroom; and,-with all her misery, at this extraordinary'uit'otgenerosity The' case ,Manutao- and '
changed voice, she said this very gently; Mobau that, before any woman-could In Mr.\. Mohan.. of Peter Horn, who was arrested recently lumbla County Storage 'and time numbed J.OOO. There were ;

( -poor child, it was not In herb be wish to give him up, some overpowering "I anl glad you have spoken so, GIf and ordered sent back to prison turning company to'take .charge of the howls and from the mob "

J;' aught save gentle even In the extremity unfitness to be his wlfe' .must cer ford. It.reminds! me of bow I should to complete his'sentence, for violating building of the new -warehouse li but for a time the-: was .no' move: ,

of her'deapa1r-'don't think in*, unkind tall'dr' ,xllt.,1Ipon her''side. ;'' and ho speakand bow 1 should feel., 'f'H.I the conditions of his pardon, Lake City has bad 'busy week of itThey ; the mob lacking a leader. While cW-l "

paused before committing. himself toany'rash will be ashamed of them .purchased an .acre of ground the mob two ' ;
for leaving you auntie; but I am try never to and who was, ordered. released by tent were appealing to .
? very; "weary'with: my Journey, and I oath. again. ,:As you say, tbelr fallings Judge Malone because the term 'of convenient to the: tracks' -of the Seaboard men slipped through'' the crowd aD1l1 i ...

think It best for both of ns to be quite "1' am ready! to bear you out'Jane; should be lightly dealt with now-for his original sentence had expired. Air line and Georgia Southern entering the Jail with hammer,' "-
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alone to-night." but I am sure, If you knew what horrible they are dead!" I 'in Tallahassee railroads, right In the fire limits, so were discovered and arested. ,
i Horn was arrested They were !
And abe submitted all tile pain you are giving me, you would And then and without talterlnlr 'to have advantage of being convenient '
meekly to distinctly for being drunk and disorderly" and an. The'Jnoh' continued Its yelling, but tll)! 1 ;
kindly; offices of love that Miss Loneh'tnilited try to tell me whatever ;you have got once, she told him, almost word to water in case of fire and 'ji fi
in less cruel confined la 'the Leon county jail there was still no concerted more. r'
to than
say a away you '' i
for whofMTr CHthero bad told
upon doing for her, and at. .word, contracted with .Messrs. J. W. Hens- ,
On July 25 for writ of Mayor l olden caJl. j! I
chosen. petition
Dave > a About 9 o'clock
110m" thefood mother's birth And
r tempted to eat of : thatshe her respecting her ley and .J. M. Fielder to have the
set before and She looked at him tenderly, yearningly habeas corpus was presented to the ed upon the local military company, '
ber, even smiled-a history. building ready for occupancy by October
I a mother might look at tbe sick cUd Justice of the court. Rowan for aid. They-as-i \:
9,.,.,.. wan and gbaiUy smile-a* she bade as. ,A nameless French 'actress-better supreme 1. The, warehouse will be GOby the Rifles, .t .
Miss Lynch good night and promised child whose worse. Bufferings' she would nameless perhaps than If ahe had been who granted the writ making it returnable covered sembled qnleklyt" but were supplied I : :
ISO feet twelve-foot walls
to get to ber bed at once. and try to rapturously bear, if the cup. could'but more known. Well, Glfford's pride had before Circuit Judge John w'lth Iron cement'1oor., ( and will cost' only with blank cartridges, having no 1 :

Asleep. / sass! from his lips to hem. to'make an Immen..'efrort, but he did W, Malone at Quincy, on J.uly .27.'Upon orders to shoot to kill. ;!
But she alone when-il "Cruel!, b,.Olffordl I would to God merciful tbat the hearing 27.Judge Ma. complete ".136. It will be so constructed of Charlotte .','
1 when was :! gulp It down. It was on July :U Fireman Mclyndon a :'
.a first stood face to face :with ber new t knew" any way; to spare jrou this pain! woman 'was a foreigner-still more so lone ordered that Horn be discharged as 'to be enarged next year, Southern railway-employee, was shot1 I 4 ;::1:1In

knowledge in.this little that bed If I said what I did too suddenly, for that she was forgotten and dead. The '' It necessary The only, wood work J
room from custody 'and placed costs on the stomachby a bullet ate toi t-
held her in love- give' me.. I- have been thinking all dreadful disclosure have turned about it will be the platforms around !
,1; her\ innocent glowing might Gadsden county.On hare been fired by a member of the !! 4.
dreams of the last few weeks wben night how I should break It to ;you Best; and then Jane was the outside, The material used will
h out worse" ; really; the same day the state of FlorIda mob. He, was fatally wounded. WithTroutman !
r.J.' '* and now the time has come.: say It be concrete. .
'standing1 thus} the unnatural' torpor very beautiful (when she wa looking appealed from Judge' Malone'ajudgment.
drayman was
a negro itt
and Inthe hardestwords '
abruptly I
slowly passed from bee brain tier beet) and he was much In .Jo'
away very-: '
securing a writ of error seriously! shot at about the same t;
and knew with harsh could have, chosen. Oh, GIfford-oh, her and be vice president i ;
e she ,, sharp, cer.talnty 'love with would have been J. R Parrott
'. that It was she, Jane Grand, Mr. Mohan, If ;you knew what tortureIt rery sorry; Indeed to.have had to disappoint mattes the matter'returnable to the. general manager of the Florida anti'' Both are said to hare been accidents! t 'I''1',

,'\ GIfford )Mobnn's promised 'wife, who is to me to have to pain ;your' himself. supreme court on August SI. Coast-Railway, and R. T. Ooff, occasioned by'.ome of the. few wild* uSa

was-what she wsl-all the floodgates "Air: Mohunt ,Jane, what are you with a great deal .of tenderness, not superintendent, are on a "tour of Inspection" shots fired by members df the mob, r .rL,:
: soul loosed and thinking ofT Do you wish"already to Wednesday November! 14. has been with the evident Intention of frightening :
ff.her were suddenly; unmixed with condescension, he beganto of the extension work be. t...
stto fell upon' bet knees i1cL11'ept'l: ,forget' that ,you are, my promised. fet her'know that he could not allow named as press day at. the' Florida, I. Miami' and Key \Vte t.' This U cltlxens. .
tween '
He.lIne1ean, that eased her brain and wife" ? < her to break off their engagement,even state fair This will be the opening lirl" the entire line ofth' At 10 o'clock there was a stir lathe

thawed her heart; that brought' ber lie kissed I her pale,, trembling lips; he for such a cause as she had just stated. day of the fair, and a very elaborateprogram the extension trip that over Mr. Parrott and Mr. mob-It was augmented by. fully'

back,, to her. own nature 'once again, reassured her very tenderly-although. But Jane Interrupted him-Interrupt of Inauguration> exercises l* since early last five hundred 'men, who came, It Is
made
that left her, .wben the next day itlll without of any further positive< committal ed him with passionate' haste-with being arranged., Colonel C. lib Bittlnter GoB have is; said that the work on said, from Whitney) where the Whit*.
?=d,wDed.wak and worn and prostrate,. himself looks, with words, that froze back allGlfrord" of'the Ocala Star"and presidentof spring. It
most satisfactorily nay Reduction company Is developingthe
Tell'mewhat you have to say quick1y the extension Is progressing
: but thinking of Glfford's grief more conventional 'speeches, all the Florida Press Association, sent
: !; Jane, dearest and the worst wll 'be to the management: and Tadkln water power. It was but .
f tban her own, praying meekly to God small .vanity-ye for the moment
a letter -to F,- .Ll. Huffaker., secretaryof ,
few minutes after their arrival
for
lioth. A.
over us thegreater ,of the grading
temper'the that part
'to blow that was to fall even all thought of himself or what: the that > I
association .stating
upon him' whom she counted so fariI,4earer Ail then he went on to whisper, but lie felt and was going to do.' press has been completed. The 'work of when a. 'crowd of'' fifty, forming a
he would call a-meeting of the association
and i more precious than berielf. rather Indistinctly, how impossible) It "I-I can't believe Itl! My God, this Is '' held' putting in the bridge work will be sort of, .flying wedge made'a breakf "
\1Throrigbdnt that night a* during the was that any circumstances whatever" too frljrhtfuir ' to be In Tampa, on the commenced at an early date, as many for the Jail doors;', overpowered the'',

past day, no doubt ever for an Instant could alter lovelike, thelra;,aDd bow Gifford Mohun was selfish to the day named above, and that' he wanconfident.a of the forms and machinery for the' officer, and effecte-; an entrance The;' h;', x

'crossed her .concerning the- .ray; In positive he WIll that no disclosure she very core-self-loving,self-seeking, self. large lIumber'of the mem- concrete work ha.jbeen, completed. great crowd outside surged in behind! t

Which ber engagement,'Jlth; Mobnnmn could make would change In the slight approving; thirsting "for all earthly bens would' be on hand to participateIn 1 the .Iead rl. and In a few minute .

t'end.' "If..oany'mt.toiltune1f! any eat Degree, the position In,which they good to be'' centered In himself; and the Inauguration ceremonies.! 'I'he'AI.cbua County Cotton GrowCI'I" more emerged from the door wlthX

disgrace,' bad :overtaken; bin she stood to'each other. singularly apathetic as a rule, to the .1"-; : are determined to theIr victims. '

would bare oMog to bins. the more, ilm-. ,Instinctively--utterly; I without, the sufferings of any person,whose /suffer :Jose R. Cabrera the .recently", appointed -' Association: of ,the "ttmes''ehen'itcomet' \ ,- The negroe's were'v 'marched' north

ply became be was In mttfortaue and agency ,of any reasoning process-.:-Jane, Ings happened be Decerl ,, 'to his ) Cuban consul for Tampa. has keep ,abreast and growing cotton ward toward Spencer but a halt was '4,

disgrace; tile s me,1>etnllll'on! ber side, for' the Arat.Ume, knew that M'ohun's Ieasures. But Jie was only; a boy; and, assumed the duties of his office, succeeding to'plabUnar Island varlet At a made.at Henderson's ball grounds In '

she must, 'of course; renonnnce every love was not blind self-Immolating however fine the raw material In other Dr., F. F.: Mendoza, who has bf the flea ,/
claim 'upon.bll regard.These ahe ove. like) her,own., She bad fully revolved respects; no boy ever possessed the been Cuban consul at he-port for a recent, meeting 'of the Cdtton Growers' the edge of town. There the negroes ,
looked :. the fact of the that he thpnld give her She ll1aOet.uon""Which assumed, the were given time to confess the crime.They" .,
$ upon case.t up. prime, the essential Quality for a thor number of years Dr: Mendoza has c
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/ t She did not atop to conilder whether bad sworn to herself to accept no sacifice ough. man of the world-moral callous 'made rlend" during his II.ture,of a big barbec'ie and picnic' : refused t9 either deny,'or'con'. ;

'they betoken nobler love on her,part however noble that he might ness. A man must have gone through manY .occurpaney' nt',BU ett'i.Lake, the subject of the fees and were so thoroughly frightened i
tl1'eon'.ulBblp' / '
\\fot on Mobun's,' ,They simply were so, wish to make. Bat still, human nature It} good: deal of life to be perfect master of In' Tampa, plantlsg, culture and harveaOng-rof 'as almost to have lost the

., .L an/.*be. succumbed to them. And I I. so constituted tbat.w. fan all of us of a very difficult situation In an instant ' who very; mu b regret his determination cotton;was discussed freely, with the power, of apeech.John.O4lespie wept

'suppose there!are acme poorly endowed CO through positively! any other torture ;', and GIfford bad gone through to leave tie country. Dr. :Mendoza res-ilt that a' committee was appointed piteously, and begged for his life. Tiring s

"j'Tdwaak.harted-women who.-nl..coo. better.than that.pardeul.r;one'whlcb'we : very little of life, and his. brain turned, and his estimable, wife, left for New to'attend'; the convention, of the of Its Efforts' tosecure state . ,
?;Unue to the end of time to look have laid down In our own mind'as I York city, where., they will take the :
upon and for a moment-tor one moment-he Rea Island Cotton, Growers' Assocla- ..menu_ from,_the-negroesrafraidnight: +
canons like these as the; orthodox thing fight and fitting for us to bear. To felt' a. ,though lit* voice wa coln ,to cteamer for'' Spain, where' the doctor which
.' ., la their' peculiar system of idolatry. UTe .witnessed Mohnni. ,suffering In be choked with sobs, and that he would has been .pJKitn- '.to..t '..pollltlonnfCub.ltconlul'lat thin, and lIlt Instants. and] adjusted and the three-were

.* Let their, stronger'' sisters, i(who hold flvlng her-up, to. have withstood bispassionate take Jane"to.hte.breast:And bid her Malaga Oa., on'l1e 30th --....,..- ."trung up to the! Climbs of one tree
'.,that In levevas- In equity,both'parties desJre to Dian-; her In spite stay; there forever\,because of the very; been and with-bowls --
:"1: 'are4bound by.a like law-that men's of all, would, no doubt have bitterly magnitude of the horror tbat had: fallen I .A dramatic ending of a lover's quarrel ,Senator James. HI 'Broonw ha and curies the crowd1 f

try: \V love should not 'demand any greater wrung ;Jane Grand's bean; but ;yet,'I upon himself and upon her alike. came at Jacksonville when''P.ul honored by Invitation to act as a member riddled the dangling bodies with bullet ?

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1 f stronger slaters thank heaven that they; that he' was prepared'to meet her quickly! ; and wltb that first Irrepressible tie Toomer then killed himself. Dan welcome Hon. William J. DryaD'on Governor Glenn was at. llilO: o'clock! u

.are not a* these are, and pa** on their wishes, ..nd'to act wisely, smote Instinct died tie best chance of GIfford hI. arrival In.New, York,,;August "'0.hi Monday night! told of th. Mob>> by l' !
and had repeatedly
'. .: ,.,.,.. No one, with even a very superficial through every fiber of her heart and , Mobnn's life. Marry; the daughter iel was, jealous : When accepting the invitation Mr.Br oome J'uqe'' Long over the. telephone. Heat
threatened to kill the woman.
.'r knowledge of life, could believethat brain with a far fiercer agony.' of such a man-ally his old name to ODe wrote to the' chairman of '''the plan once- "W1"d orders to the military:

,, the world would go on a*well as It She said no.word to let him know which, since he :was a schoolboy, he she, jaw him coming to call upon and scope of the committee,. that companies at CharlotteGreentboro

doe now if' all the women It contained what a pang of cruel disappointment bad himself beard; spoken of In connection her ,she went. Into her room;,, locked "nothing' but providential Interposition and eutesvllle, Burry by 'epfclaJ

vi ,were of tbe type of Jane Grand; and bat soothing, commonplace whisper of with dishonor? Hot shame at the ,the i door, and was peeping :through 'Will trains to 'Salisbury. Finding these
upon
>prevent my presence
: It 1* a comfort, perhaps, to know bat his bad awakened. Neither then nor bare thought '.of such "a mprrlagethrilled the'keyhole.: Daniel ,..wthe. flint of occasion. Broome were too late he countermando t
Senator' the
the shrinking, the thoroughly unielflsb, afterward did abe admit to herself (in through his veins and rose Indignantly ' h.r'; eye and.' fired through''tbeidoor; this grand
q'' the meek, the dumb, tbe lowly; of beart, anything; like a tangible form of to his cheek. He felt that the bullet 'striking her In the throat is already In 'New York and will orders Xe ltatea that'IIOme'' time ago"be'offered

are-not to t>e met within at all an bought) ,the' troth that his love W4 be bad been shamefully, monstrously. and ranging downward: killing' her take an active part in. the' 'preparations the sheriff the ttervlcei' of

a .alarming proportion among the present largely ml.xF.bp<< with selfishness,'and deceived. The, guilt Uy; ,_with those IDIltl.lltly..Aa'lOOa as be,realized that for the reception the' militia*but the offer was declined ,.
( worldly\ wisdom and I ---:;:",;, as unnecessary, He declare .the
generation. disregard for berg who, knowing what she was, had ever the woman was hit .Daniel 'Ihot himself
< It Is poislble'bo; we ver, as part of a But she turned very trembling and chili allowed him to love Jane Grand. ::Now through the heart The comparative' general average lynching a'blot on the state and s.rs, "I

,'; ''vast' system. that'.even' these weaker tn all her frame; she loosed herself.ab-, only; ''Cln.' course.! ., lay before ,him-to condition of the cotton crop in riono I he ))..will'' at once ttri 'rteps to dl*. ,
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i i' vessels are not'wholly without value. raptly from his embrace; 'and then, break with her at once and forever',to The annual meeting of' the Florida Ie !just reported by the state agricultural cover and 'bring to"jultl e the guilty. ,

The stately pine and solemn ;yew bare standing a short distance away from become .the talk of all the country Association will be department to be 93 1-2 per cent. I parties. .
\ their uses and their beauty; but the lit him, abe clasped her two de th-cold then to < National! Guard ?'
round, and get for away and rifle competitionIn The Florida/croP "In! bad shape.' .
/;, tlo frail 'eyed; celandine" I1'OwlDe'at. little hands together and looked 'Into try: to live down and forget the shame held during the state the"city Rains have been 'continuous-and gen PURE FOOD'BILL PASSED. '
In
.thebTfoot bas hen a* welt his face-looked- at .biro., with', eye.whose and bitterness of .all ,this miserable the council 'cbaanber .r l'and the grass has gottbecr'op; f
( t piteous, dumb hall 'Of -Augustine on Thursday .
entreaty must- uslnesrtbat! ,had ,been forced upon to such' extent that there Is, "
an
\ There'are several practically Georgia Solon Go On Record ;
..CHAPTER VIIL one would think-have risen c.nplen- ilm.. August 18. at 8 P. m eg ?

,;>i) P'racrlJe'Waxen, faces, that take. the aptly befofe,Mr.:Mohun's memory Cfrrng This-If emotion could'ever'! bo truly fyimportant: matters. tp come the no hope, that.The the, yield, condition /will,, Against Adulterations.. b.
reach
average
S"stamp;, 'of- ;youth most delicately, .and a good manayears." : ; of his succeeding rendered by words-was something like i before the, association at' this meetIng previously reported ,,same as, to 'the The Georgia 'bouse of representatives "!' ,
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?? *,also l those .-which olden quickest under i life. j I what' now 'passed through .Glfford's for the 'benefit of the Florin of labor' obtains, passed a pure food bill Monday ..
more
the of moral "You'know-what; I went1' to" oxiror heart' He did not think scarcity pronounced framed in '
tV pressure or physicalsick'' ;; (that first boyish state rtoops. accordance with the act re-

ness. I have myself; seen such a one yesterday and as the spoke the impulse-over) f''aDe-.or of her', perhaps, than. ever. gently parsed by the national con'a

',}.Jouo ;youth' and bloom forever in 'the agitation died down' In her'voice, and grief, or of.ber love.' He thought of ,According'to estimates of the railroad Clark or'' gress. ; ,

space of, four-and-twenty; boors of It began to take something of the bard 'What be loved best-himself; and bow officials( the attendance of home- I Hon. Frank Qalnesylle; congressman This! bill provides 'for the

i:V sudden mortal'anguish. ,.When. Jan nmodnlatedr tones 'with which she bad quickest to, getaway from what he 'seekers, from i other states on the from the second"' 'congres tion of the adulteration preven

Grand came down to meet GIfford Mo- spoken to )lr.' CUtfcero the day' before bated most-his own pain.. And I state fair) this 'year will' double that sional district, has been honored withan -.imltalion imlsbrandlng}

;bun/nezt morning, her face was more "You) know what t went for?' To hear think If Jane could have read his soul November., Thousands have : appointment a member,of the and of: food "for'' man of

".t 1'\' altered by this one night of w'eeplngjthatf the history, which I never, beardbe-, during these'first momenta, she night of last ''by the advertising campaign committee of reception1) ;, whlc ,will beheld 3>ea.t'of'beverage' *, candles and con-_
been attracted
"dlment
., many women's' ',would be .by the tore, of my: parent.'Iife." ,-speak- with diffidence, knowing:bow of past'years and by the campaign fn
,wear'and tear, and commonplace! snf- Yea, Mr. Mohna knew It-'Butbe: rooted such women are ta their fond both, rail William J. Bryan: upon his' returnfrom ''quor 'or their manufacture and sale

feting,'of i half a score? of- ordinary hoped-he 'felt sure-that Jane bad superstitions might have found a now being pushed by,- .- In, the state of,Georgia.
: Europe
.- years. t greatly exaggerated, to nerseU the' <
Mohun .ai'startled'at'tbe'altention feet which these hlstorlfs wo fd bavt the Idolatry: with which, for many .- In' the presence of 'ihis. dnugbter, GEORGIA AGRICULTURISTS. i

ua bee' Mis Grand's beauty; was pretoe1y -- upon'tbe1l:. own future fate.. years afterward' she continued to regard What,will be $tfthoUllnd', the most J.. W. Unton, a farmer, llyln, near '-

|, that quality,with which be was "You art very: roud GIfford=yon him.' ,interesting feature, of,the Florida state Bluff Springs; Sunday'; night, abet and To HOW"Forth I In Sixtieth Annual Con.

,'"t love( and It ibocked bliato( see the are very sensitive In :your Ideas of "I.b.Te Keen treated'shamefully; ," be fair to .be held: in'Tampa -will be the killed Sim Mason?"* young ,man, who vention In Grim,, ,

...abilities of.'plainness already latent honor; I know that from the way; that repeated, between l his closed teeth.- He grand display of 'rellcrepret&nc The annual'eol1yentlon' ot';
,.f.'girlish face.'J ':ry; '* "r ' I have beard :yau speak:.f Bertha and bad started at "culminating part fJane's .... of" the eventful past .of had apparelltleome to ,call onthe tbeaec' -'
rrpb.lIe
,"Jane, are ;you UI9mydearMt: ,' Jane; ,,Agnes Tennant a scoreof; times." story and was marching up and : _for, which special department girl -When Llnton gave .himself, up cia ;State C 1culutral, Society, now_

at lathe*worid'1slthe, *mattsx'':wUb ."But that has,nothing'to do with a.lIoW.JDr' down the room regardless of the marble -.,. 'the stale wai+ r&eeDtJi.eI.a \ *. bt,'thO to the police he; said that'Ma; bad. :In will the: 'sixtieth ,,year of Us exJatence.

**t ,, ; dear' ietilld.. How'-does(myopinion fc and frightened,. tearless eye, educational .building \J0wing to the begun to curse' ;''theltatrl",' apparently be held In GHftXa,'August JMO.r .

Walked,,gokkly,to bl. side; abet; of the Tentunt family concern, tbat. followed blip a*,be marched.: + hlumberof'eha"abib.\ baring been, drinking; The; father. r "Tery,,trctlve' program bas bee v!=., /, '

be bad tu* e to rise, threw herrod 48FtlllJll' Utat'reUteavto your>......g.. - -(To be continued.. )," I' fact'that tJ : claims that when he,attempted to,, stop arranged; :and! thetmletingrro.e.V, $

his -tvscjk. -.*. so'stay and sent with n>.r;, ..1 l .'". t f". < ? V,I'VShlBBWIM S SHI,' B '; ( .lfed" wlU.be-, ; cU greater'than.haii; ; Mason's talk ,the',latter'drew'a.re-: .to be tine of the 'btbeld<< i ,year,, *' .|

even of ,fnJDc', ,:".-:: -and '-It.concerns: we Urns Serr.hq\ cried, .TbJpey" (tbe'London'bouce>> for'amounts' ,been/'anticipated",It< Is, probable;:,that. volver. .
(html h i tad*" ii" ,? :,*/*'. and allUbe\, .color rushed. back'. \t.to to over 17,000.000 a year,- 1' an>attractive.building\\knowa.as the and nred..i' ' I" .gate present. tid. :S;' .,e

.. \ 110/)1,. *', .'4< .. .. ", ' .,.., t; ;,1;1';" ( ._ ,relic:,building.will' ; !"haye to.be: .prectudf 'if, ,,''' (;;..- \" \
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'Y ,Rage4lll a y, In Pensaoola, Florida' Mewf York f =Chlld.Oman I by.,,orcl.,..of.,Curt .t'WnaaoelavCecnusa .

,y'' Palace' of Rush Autocrat .
Statute'OeclarerJ WegSf '
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peonageandaUvery : ....:'" ', Ai, moat Important..'&88..0. barn suit/ SI Headache\
condition at'tht Jackson detiiy disappeared from Pensaoola,and'

iSPREPAREDTO"SKIDOO" Lumber company camps at Lockhart, ,AN INV SIOtOF RIGHTS, that overtures by''unknown >artl lc.
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t Ala.. by the United States court commissioner to otlser. toleaTtof'NewYork'' ; and SHOULD : USE
not apecr la the now famous' Jacfeeon' ,
: Rebel, was begun at Pensaooii.Fla 80 I '
'VVor.
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finally Judg Lumber company cases, every witness'
Subdued.. l But peclrjv OlmsUa'd
t'' Battls.Cau.ed/ Pjnlo .. Friday, and concluded Friday P clsH n.The Right to : In Court who is."hot a"""ldeDt.of.Florlda and'

o CWs ,Household-dltuUon Among night, and resulted In.the unearthing Work=. f* 'Termed a' Hlr* and well known'to the' United States commlztoloner 1.1
ot a terrible cute of affairs, If the Right. "Property h..'been.placed In- the local'
yr .t Other Point. *, statement of the witnesses told upon Jail in default 'of bond, where all< win

the stand are true. .X The.stat law of N s York be. held until the case come up fo iClif Bl

1 i A St. Petersburg special' says Fo Three of the men are held to the lug the labor of'< women sad restrict' trial at the nestterm"of. the United |
six hour Wednesday night wlthlu United: States court for trial under to 'ten children States,court-.
I Bight oOh: ccar'a palace wherein heavy bona They are Robert, Gallagher .hours a day and sixty hour Harry Lambert who testified a tes."
a
e t i week In
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.the czar Superintendent;; Wl N. Grace and a factory; wa declared '' days t. .
wa* preparing to bee there Fri< ago that ho'.had twice been. .
day by rRuauig
". raged the most desperate battle of Oscar 8. Dander,' the .two latter also ion handed Justice Olmstead' In a, decis horsewhipped,. after being caught"with For :Permanent Relief

,, the revolution. The 'sailor of the employee: of the company. Many wit. down .in the court'ot spe bloodhounds,,and who exhibited welt 1 ;
twentieth and other"equipages, t.,. nesses were examined and all testified ciai'sessions in .New York city to ba and ears which' he claimed" had TIOM. rmnU.acts' d1rect11.on. the Uver. It wttl'care C9MSIlsA
"an 4, AM* CHILLS.. I free
h Brother with, the aappera and miner directly/ or Indirectly as to ,how, tutional"unwarranted" Invasion of consti been inflictedby''the'' bosses, baa dts- 'from all poUonous mineral subetano,'' and Is composed* entirely solely. of

fwd .other units, managed to vacat men had been beaten and ill treatedat << The rights.: c apeared When,. wanted to again testify 'IJUr 4HTUra H US. Especially adapted for weak' and weary

the iurvelllaioe of the guard D4.orbs the camp" Jstioe ruling was concurred in by he could not *e found and a constitutions trenothen the weakened glands and organs" ,! U check.
t er regiment which 'were ata.UoDe4 The climax came when Manuel Jar- Judge McKean and Justice DeueL search revtealed the fact that b.,,,,,,, all.derangement of the humancb dy. *

.t the barrack and revolted. denial a foreigner/ who had been was Olmstead declared'that the. law' not' In Pensacola.. .Other' witnesses CURED HER-;SICK'', HEADACHE;
fi The rebels, brought from New .York with others, class legislation. stated that had '
however. were finally Justice Olmstead they eeen approachedby Mrs. louts -_- Centralla .Tempt,,
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crushed. 'was' placed OD the stand. So weak ion said la hi* decis unknown parties speaking foreign. Texas, writes "IltaIHSAHINEgloss SB*qukk '! '

When the firing began there si sued and exhausted that he could scarcely : tongues with propositions not to stopat relief and take pleasure ill recommending it to aft.
Wild" panto In the Imperial palac hold himself'111'a seat, suffering'from "To labor and employ labor are Pensaoola,' and testify but to goon semen who saga trOllS" sick -A. *.'' '

at Peterhof.'as ,the palace lies under bruiser over the 'body and burning Inherent and Inalienable right of ouscitizens to flew: York, and' if they 'woul4 'W HIf," &.REACH or ALL a

'the 'runs of the fortress.' All preparation . up with fever', he told his story. He and cannot be taken .away do so' moneT'for their' fare' would be Cents A'B' tu. AroW' ''
.f1frF
in whole AH SektH.l.r
/ had been made advance to had been beaten with whips struck or'la part unless upon tilt given them.A .

flee to' Ttiankoe-Seloe, but the report In the'' face with clenched fists and broad ground ot publlo .good, wHlch Birmingham dispatch says; EmU Ballard' Snow Liniment Co.Sc. ,
:must
afloat, daring the' afternoon that the kicked In the abdomen. and lower be apparent, and cannot be prod.bated' L sser, president of the-German immigration .

emperor.and hi* family actually\ had portions' of the body,' lie> could not I upon legislative dictum i Society of Alabama, has returned loe&'U.;: .; S. A., 'I.t tT 'J
'Jt'
" fled In the middle of the night, was de- speak English but pointed out -Gallagher may be stated a* a well uitled from LocVhart, where he has t

mod later at the chancellory of uiv In the court room as tie man legal proposition' that the right to been tor,' several day Investigatingthe

*4 imperial household. ,_ who had 'Inflicted moat<.of the' pun labor'sad contract tor: that labor 1* I 'charges 'of' peonage In 'the campof SOLD', AND .RECD RD .' '

t It was explained however: that: oa ishment. His story -wastold through both a liberty and a-property right; the Jackson. Lumber company at'
' account of "dampness" at' Peterbof an Interpreter and so pitiable was his 'when therefore.the'legislature enacts that place.. For Sale at RO'BERSON'Sr'DR O STORE
,
i a arrangement*-bad boon road forrthe condition that when.he concluded and statute such' ... that 'under consideration Mr. Lester. has prepared report,;; :" ,

return of the Imperial family toTaarkoeSeloe. *- could tfti'aiy..' leave the ,court room It must be admitted that It watch will be submitted to'. Governor '.,

I a purse was taken up to place him ha* infringed In the enactment,.the Jelks in' which! he says that there .isao
The cruiser Asia, has revolted and in a hospital and give hIm' proper' right which are Very clearly accorded trace of peonage at"the camp. KISSIMMEE (:

the mutineers are sailing towards treatment. Frequently during the bT' the constitution the Individual -' His report say in part: "I .baY .

Sveaborg. time he was on'the stand'he would citizen. I interviewed nearly; a hundred'laborer

Mutinies have been planned at Rican place his hands 'upon his stomach "The' people therefore, are 'called and have not found a' single person EIVEEEO"t1r.t'm

and LJbau. .. and through hi* interpreter signify upon to' Justify this invasion and 'who could or would make any complaint :

Although mutinies at Sveaborg that he was tn'pain front the kicks there 1* but one plea' in Justification;I about peonage .'or cruel treat

have been ended and the one at Cron- he had received that the statute was enacted to pre: ment. All the men I *poke to stated STEAMER LILLtB, 8TKAMER HOS3BUDA., .<

" sUdt has been! practically put down. Mr*. Mary Paul' Jones and Mrs tact the comfort, welfare ,and safetyof they could leave If they wished. It Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain, Clay Johnson, Jj, J

the outlook I. 'still black. The revo.lutton.Mti. Gibson ladles living' near,,Laurel Hill, the whole people and the' individual -. peonage has existed at Lockhart, then' Xagular Meekly trip to Basitnger *'Ad .return: Rnsea4> leave Klsslsa-''
_ i (4' whose hands were sudden saw the men overtake foreigner must Buffer this curtailment of hi* all traces of It bad been removed be- tee Tuesday morning;and arrives lUsslmmee Friday evening. .

r '. h ly forced by the premature rising at near their house with hound and granted rights In the interest of. the fore my coming. The German vice. Bpeclal Charter Trip to Lake Oke<\tobee and Fort,Mrer* oa the" LllUi

, ; Bv.ea.borg. aparently are undaunted, at while one held him under cover with common good. consul at Pensacola authorise"me to Oomfortable accommodation for paseagr Rate reasonable., -
f 1'!: these initial reverses and Intend to a revolver; another beat him unmorclfuly "la the casev,under' consideration say officially and positively that the TaV: most, picturesque Waterway''la. Florida.

,ttJ ,t'. persUlftn their programme of callinga Wlth:.a whip. the right of the employed and the statements 'as to complaint being For Passenger.. and Freight Rates apply to ,
! W a general strike. right .of the employer are equally In made to hIm by German escaping CLAY JOHNSON. 8IL. Proprietor.r

N.:. One of the leaders of the revolutionist PRINT. SHOP: 'SHAKEUP.' volved. Nothing to the ,contrary ap from these camps are' .absolutely Oft,board rLllIIe.7 Klsslmmee. F..
\. :';' with whom the ,Associated '-, pearing It must be a.lumecI'that'the''' false. . '

' i" press correspondent spent aome-tlm* Two Foremen :'Dismissed from. the woman was'a. willing worker'' for I a -.

"N boasted that the word had gone forth Government Printing Office. wllUna' employer and that the result TROOPS TO PROTECT NEGROES.. ,5 "

... tud that the fire of, revolt would W. A. -Miller, assistant' foreman of was mutually satisfactory' and .profit The Real Enemies'Qr.tr
able.
spread to the .corners of the empire. bindery 'of the government, printing .Governor Beekham Calls. Out Two : ; ,
'Closing words to the corespond office at Washington, who was suspended "The present constitutionof, the Companies of Kentucky Ouards.
t"UI.ent were "Now watch, Reval, Riga. by the public printer' July 'tat* of New York was adopted In, The Frankfort and Barbourvilla : People

J,.. and Ubau. 21 for insubordination and Insolence.was' 1894 and became effective January L (Kentucky) companle- the state. "
In the Sveaborg mutiny seven 'com dismissed iron 'the government 1885. All i of the'' rights 'which adult guard were ordered by Governor Beck- 'Euaene V.x Deb ',. ,

panies of 'artUery were concerned service Friday. Miller's' former suspension women possessed at that time were ham'to ego on'duty"at Barbourvllle to V ii

and ot the fortress steamers,, the VIet in' IMS wa the cause. of !confirmed: by that document. ,Alne of protect, during their trial the negro |3. well established and quIte,a. necessary'a, *' th. industrial 'boss"".

J1. Pusknr Rabotschl. Imgemler and President Roosevelt's order declaring those rights certainly--wa-the right man and woman charged, with the A'' laths political l "'hoes." la the existing soolai .""m-, His
hands of the moil to contract for her labor and to work murder of fleas U ,to run the machine of thSl
Mar were In the ;the government printing office and all Mrs. Broughton.The political ,; not lathe Interest.
(( seers, v" hUe the Bomba Oplt and offices where workmen are 'employed when and where shepleased without negroes are now in jail at''' Stan people, or even of any particular. partybat 1*'the' Interact

Sreaborg remained loyal. 'by the government to be "open shops." reference to the position! of the hands ford,and troops' will proceed tQ.that the'private owner:of th*.public utility,,or,Ue private .coat

The Oplt was furiously- bombarded The public printer also dismissed of the dial of the clock. place and accompany them to the ofthe'oclalaeed.vwho: ** eeonooat later*** **a..lct*: with

''by the mutineerII';, and.t eT threaten. MIle..1tanb., foreman of;'he second! i "It was not until four, years after scene of: the'"crimes. and trial. This ,' of the peopte..D4' whoosnlhN/; *tri't*. poUttaalohlaery .

ca to sink the Domba at the first. opportunity typesetting .eIIYlaloL The ,ease 'of that'the lawmaking power sought,, to is owing to .fearsth; 4,an:, attempt to so see to obtain Ml.r.a oos gt 1 "
Tb
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r -, even If'- she hoisted the tea Shank furnished the' president an- place the limitation under consideration lynch the negroe who committed the s )*weed* Jt..l a*.. :' ..... '

flsg. .During the Skatudden Island mu other opportunity to again expresshimself upo' nthem,' What was the leg crime"- to secure-$40 WIll be'mad" to ttK! '*.****." *. tIM Humppstir.tswa.' JflllJ..i.' '" : ,

tlD7. 'only one the Finn of six vaieU to__ regarding, the conduct of the islative Intent in' doing thlsT The attorney There is but one.'lra,-.'get rMM !'bow raWla ';...::JI" :.!>A.

stationed'in the north, harbot government prlntery, Shanks had complained general finds and urges no ARRESTED T,WRONG( MAN. abolishing system private ownership which: prodnie*' l and .
flied 'on the marine barracks occupied to the president'that he had other reason than that the general ,few the beneficiaries of the countless iniquities visited Vfoa'th great aMSe 09
The others remained fair welfare of the state demand 'that English Lord New Demand the people.. ; .
by the mutineers. not received treatment Secretary Apology .'
the factories No"bo u in politic la that"capacity his"own accouat:: tTh; :
Inasmuch > progeny of women of the from ."" .oa : := *
passive. Loeb wrote 111'. millings that Portland Offoers.Instead 'moat have .
the 'boodle" They" inseparable' Without "boodleV""then ty'no
have mother with healthy bodices are .
Martial law has been proclalmod a* lie.Is charged' with the administrative of having la custody an 'bo..." "
at CroniUdi .,nd In the Donete basin ;details"of'.the office ,the to the end'that the state may hayssturdy American btgamltt known_a* ooLord The "bo.." doesnot. furnish,the rboodle." } .
and with *ciUsena, Doe. ,the. state, look Douglas** wanted 'by the Who doesf .,u .
the canto? of the mining smelting president would\ DOt. interfere ,authorttl< ""
r -dI,tnat., ' <.' him in his efforts to put the goeornnientytlntitig merely to.the chlldreA of the factory of many states?, a'was. at' first tup-': Aye.,that's' the question I . ::L -';. .::: :
'" ,- office'oa) an'economical women for its, future !good, citizens "posed., the polio. ,at..I'IoI'/J&D.dI&ne./ Turn on the searchlighna'"c direction'and you'will be tIdJI br'tberevelation. .
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Why should not the housewife, thewoman 'if .
NORTHERN NEGROES ADVISED i and efficient basU. or 'In securing have detained Lord Sholto Douglass, You will '
that enemies
: who at" *o* private Interest are the of the pnMlc went; that
toils Some in
mercantile
,, the employee ; third son of the 'hit Marquis. 'of
di.plpltneamong trustsand
proper corporatlon('; . Delegate from south Calls'Down Race "What' the president' expect" houses" in offices, or she who : Queensberry.Lord .; all its nation, stet and municipal, streams: and that the,.;principal
,, Problem Agitators. .ays Secretary Loeb. ''1s re.ulu.oJ. tolls'not at'all-the society woman- 'Douglas says he wand to perpetrators of these,crimes. In'which the polIUcaT "boa." is but a mere ttup- .

.. Before the Negro Young,, People' he WIll hold you responsible therefor.In be exempt from legislative 'Interference . avoId'' further notoriety 'and will be pet are representative capitalists, financiers and promoters, most. of whom are
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I injunctive or mandatory, for the satisfied with verbal also,recognised pillars of the Christian church. " *; > .
;, Educatlonal.Co .gre.. Washington, the obWnlrg of results you will ,, apologies from, "
same reason? Some of them be These and not their repulsive political "boas"t[who is etmplT'thelr polltt-
.j. Cobb.'of interfered with." may the sheriff 7;.ni police. The consnlai
Thursday, A., BsrnesYIUn'Ga. not.be cal walking delegateare the real enemies of the
I people and'eeladcbere of
'' mothers of future citIzens, and It. !' .. .thenation's
authorities await th* apologies aDd "
in an address,said: moral*.-Success Hagazloe., ,
"You negroes In the north let the CONDITION OP .FLEECY'STAPLE.' should be'v of great .Interest to thlt.ltte' I the matter may ,..becom* a subject': i . ""
southern negro 'alone; He caD take ,that their progeny, should have international' Inquiry..COMMERCIAL .- . C .....*... ....*...*. ....*.. ;
birth and breeding'' to Its .
.. care of himself.', He is a'friend of Average en July 25 W.s 2-8 Aeeoro- conserve '
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w the white man and 'the white man aMend './, \, ing 'Government Report welfare.f. ?.. CONGRESS 8, Ihe Lust Tor 'Wealth.r
of his. You discus racial problems The crop reporting board of the 0y
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to "the of agriculture' Washington Coal Mirier Gain-Every Point I I. Called to Meet In Kansas City November ,
never forgetting' bring department A. ntetirerrtentof
Pl
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Coal' miner and,, operator Of the Bvery Who Hall'l!' ;;
white man In. Let him alone. Stop antagonizing in a bulletin issued' at noon 20-23 Next.The '"..... :
r hIm and mini ,my word*. Friday finds from ,the .reports of the Coshocton' Ohio,, 'field completed' a offlclal call for the seventeenth ''By'AcV Itnuugt For Bas and t>leoHy' J 4i "JI.

he'll'be! your'friend. Why down south gents .of the bureau, that, the average settlement of the wage' contro'.7l"rIday. annual session of the trans-Misslsippl ;. 1. ,}
I have actually forgotten that I wan condition, of cotton on July XS the i miners winning out on Commercial congress, to meet In Kansas ' ,P reference to ,Blabo Fetter's remark (fa'l.I Inteew"upon hi* ...

a .blafck' man until I'looked Into the was <82.9, > a.':'compared with '834 on every point. The new scale adopted. isexactly City,'Mo.. November 20, 21 22 and return from abroad,, that the:'lnenrancs:scandal, \n. -t.wil1D,Bnglan'd ,

looking......." July %5. '1906;i 74.' on July 25, 1906; that of 1903.r 23 next, ha. been .lasued., lie emphaslzing'Ainericsq' : ..creed.Vu, I cannot' Jbe.,denied that
91.4 at corresponding 'date In this vIew J. in a peat measure Ju. 4e4; for there can bd'ad, question .

BLOODSHED: AT AN' ELECTION.Two . 1tO and. a' ten-year' :average of 11... r TWO :IMPORTANT MEASURE* ;",that' the effect. of, this Insatiable greed' for'wealth,tends to

-. .. The following table show the,condition 1\-' ._ TWELVE." YEARS' FOR,., *,,EX-MAYOR... .... _ .. promote.no, degree"'of. respect for our' country' '."> rond ta*
r'f - ,
i i.. Men Lose Lives In Row at Poll by state on' July 25, Passed ni A .y HmmHuuaHL .. .. which gold alone ..commands ; The effect'' a? w om, .." a
W ,8l'North. by'the Georgia State ,Senate Wlllil'm Belcher G'IV... Lefifl Prison certalnly' ne...., ,beneficial >Inasmuch a* the Jnoresslng wealt i.of those
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tnYMemphlaOne Virginia v at ThMredaya. ....1.... who
t.-? : ''Term ,if or; Embezzlement are coatrtbuttairteahi j. coadltloa deprive some of thelrfellc14'belaN; or
man was killed another fatal7"Ounded.'allcl Carolina' ; .11 i" Injured Bouth'lCa.lIDa* .72 bill for _,the ,,election,:of. railroad or'of' Far better If all American wo ra-fttUpw!! the custom of their English breth :
a third in a duel ma Paterson"N.. J. absooaded! rep
,
.. ;.74': ; who, having
't ," Georgia i "" ooIJUD1ulODi .-bT the people and for amassed fortune walchTMavested. soy la the conservative s
:;) In a: polling place ''atKoempllD, Tea*; :Florida,.y '. ; .' J721' ,.. the I....'of the Western ': a year'ago and who surrendered. himself 4 per cents. Insures ap Income totwarrant theirretlienwnt, quit the field 'of
and Atlantic
.;1 within a few minutes, after;; tne poll 4 AlabainaC '.11' R 'railroad : several J| yigo, ..*,1MntHce4 commerce travel and nnaily, settle. .vui>oij ." ...*tltte t >,. y tekxoun< ,,,Tar' f *r
for ,sixty: 7eue'att4oQopee' "'Friday*to""iwelve find time to gratify their'cle lr.* for' literary and other' *
closed,,Thursday afternoon.- > .M1..lppl''i, ;:1.83 ,,- on ;; : year* imprts- ; ptfreoU ; :, .
J. O,' Wellington ", .aloon''Ji08' : }, :' mODth. >/ cement.in the state prtaou.at Trenton Why''not revert to the Ideal existence of, the only.true, arlatoeracy r'this
a 8I' LouisianaTexa < i .' ..$$ | .
i I.: i. ; t: # The bill for the eieotloa'off:rallroa .embvzsiement.Belcher country has ever known. that ot the South before the civil war:, a* mristocraey:
of
wa riddled with buckshot from a . .M oa"a charge : the of whose -
V \:. oomml*$!oner* by ;the people wa% process extinction furnishes one? of the saddest..memories "ot,th**
repeating shotgun and died almost Inatantly. .was alleged to have embes. warf Surely who has
'\Arkua..a., ; anyone read the existing literature of that"e'peo ',.
by1a of
paved
\ vote 21 to 7. The
W.. J. Cooke,'acting Judge sled from tl00.000'to fUO.OOO frompersonal' ple cannot bar-failed to-recogalse the absence of .. _, I
as ,. Tennessee 1 ,vV.: ; i-.." senate''' Immediately transiiittad 'the a desire to acquire! more-
'of. election'wa, *. shot:,la ,.the .Ide.al14 ?.,' .-Missouri,, .,; ,. ;.'$ bill to.trie house.' friend..DeI' from 'the ,Man- which wealth than w.. Deeellal'7. to uphold the spirit of respectability and hospitality
.. will<, die. B-- E.; Conn another ,judge, Oklahoma '. ..92t chester Building and 'Loan'.dasoeie-' : pervaded effect u.eoYer, atmosphere se with the spirit of contentment'' ;jA. .
which- I .Tbe of greed upon.tbe.nun-ski of the community i La the chief objeet ot
tion forced to 'suspendbusiness.
of, ;, election'was t'---- slightly' wounded.YOUNG ,4 ln. llu..Terrt .81 ,, 1'1 i d68CAP INo"CONVICT' KILLED.' was. 6J"dleoouras.; but "still greater eVil from'the same source Is',that I.j"f i''. f'r ) ,. eras-our .
i.r i polltlesl-welfare. this has been made very' ,apparent by the position ,
MEN ADMIRAL. TRAIN DEAD. -' of dishonor todar, \q# lotnejwho! : but .
DETERIORATING. yesterday were r.-ctecl..n. both ,la :
: 4 it 'Il"' ::' N,.gro. ..'Make.,Desixrat*.,.Attempt to LIMIT : t "otypaRtlt7..... ... .j ..1< th/t4.V",
FOR AUTOS" .
PEED ; '
,, ;lJro\i-r.+ :." rifltP' + "' '
Clgsrette % 1a4Habits f tn1 ,it't1!!
Smoking. and 'Othtr- ,C mmandertof United States Asiatic Vacate CHalngang .Camp.; .' J.--.;: J' \
Unfit Them foV FfeeVPasstsAway In Ch.foo. '' k of t i i Si w UM._ 1I'.Jt i :; r rft
Arrty.A desperate prtfoa-
la a mad ru ; 'Ooorfll House,Pases* Bill l* Regulat' *] . /
Dispatch, to the>Ctl kfi Reocrr'' Hear' Admlral,Charle*.J Traln.lhemm '' '." .. : '- ( '
Th ..
> ( 'ers to escape from"the.OOQYlct; camp rRunning .< Highway:: l 6JI. 1,i t,}iRJ
,Ll.Ialdjcrom New : : 1-', ...thrM VnltedItatslf 'Ate aa overwhelanlng of '11* toflJ .....-,'
Orletns
, r.il, t ; {', ; S thetas of the;.Palmer Brick company' In 'v"BT : xler" [, f1.v.wi Ac Yitw : .4yI [.1F,[ k t' s
: dMlatHi ,llsd
q .'" 'rbat'a'alarminrperi nlagebt ta ; 'llee >> the ''.Georgia house. of'representaJflv
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Friday morning ofu> mI. lanta. at about isloi1i' Friday '
a .T 7ffcJll .: lrt..u'hisme,.
4' young men of.the cities. of _tke-south Mist' jrhanday ped a bill .to reaLulaM'th ,
rlctsiaJliegr6tiame
ot the nighC'on\ "
coprBiiiader-ta-chlef: or the co
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are physically unfit to'caterftha'armtf .. running of all automobile*
4fr" ,'owing' to --clgarett smoking tote ic "station! the important duty of maintaining strict' neutrality In' Philippine '
hoar :and other bad habits, 1 Ie the I Ouard. .0- Rl-'joae*, aad another upon the public highway of tEe-E&te. 1". '
:statement. Lieutenant 'Bennett, in waters during'the RussianJapanese.war WtI1laHarrns, also a fi.tm'm.d. his '1'hsjwur.,, conform to. the faw of 1 m.

aharg* of'the:,local.. "" recrufttagomosg :. ,] devolved upon Admiral 7 Train. ,.aeeaD*: ? "T". .. most of.th* northern ,atato*. \, v a.FOE: :"GOADA:iR ,iFSut m. 4 t 4.

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,.anadfor.1 ajaetad mattes- will, net ba- 'turned. .. unlaaa' . r f.J .

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In rrapr,.... ,.....?.:\r'<'t (I..h",.,... ''.*! 00 ; Refrigerators : :i.. \T-, { t
'j n aopr.alx month.v.... .'....'h.. ...,..... SoOna not inci-ely'to ,satisfy, > but '' "
eopir.thraa _tha.. ..i,a.. 4..Y. .d. M, " '
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to dllgiit ,you''w'itli the . . \ :. .0' 4.; ,..!< ,

,Friday;; ug. 10; UX)& ; : .. '..' 4, ,! '

ik '. 1 quality of 'o lr groceries '. I ,;,.. ; -
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Governor N; fi, .r forge ,
muted, from office U' Carter, IVo can_ glv'e-'y l the! '' '. .
k Sheriff of tjllrus oo nty, and appoint ll i.,, : '
w 'ed E. P. Graham,' of Floral'City,' to BEST 'OF EVERYTHINGIn Coolers 5 ..','1f,; t.di" (, '''''''' 1' ': . ' I o .
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,.ill the, vacancy. The, reason given '.' \ ')' 5
for .be re nov.11* that Sheriff' ,Carter \ -of-1igh-' ; : ; IJ'."' "(o,1"-\" lt:, " -
tlio liue Grade
:Called on two occasions to properly >! : ,:\ '. ,.\;J';':r },": ,': : STANFORDCARSON ;:
.protect negro prisoner. in hU custody Table Luxuries and Provisions \. " ,1'm"\ ; ;",'-, :/ ."
and a* a eonsuquence the negroes were ,
lynch/ d. Lynching;*, except:; for one, kinds'' y( ;:illIA:;;: ... ,I"
of nil at ,
unmentionable
crime are, always to Canopies '
be deplored, more for the debancbtajr. .' :: ; >':'" ... ., w wH
; effect ,,the members of the mob : t ;
; upoq prices that aro_.sure to .' : ., :, .
than for !the Ylctims; wbo, almost with. ::
rd .exceptions .mete deserve.the summary eOin hand attention. '" 'i<:' "; ': ,'
', Justice out. to Lhem.y Hammocks -' :
Sheriff Carter deserves be
probably to
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: i removed from office, '''but "''be' fro.- ;;;.HOGAH & FLOYD. A. -I M .
'ernor, and other< members 'he .. GRAVES
;+'j"s pardoning'' board however, cannot '

'hold themselves entirely. blameless for . ,
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iV, .*these outbreaks of lawlessness so loaf Baseball Goods ,"
'as theyicontinue to 'so freely extend .
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.;: executive clemency to convicted criminals. CITY BARBERS IOP .. I' ". HARDWARE COMPANY.

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wiLL..ouyroN, ;e ,.
'Wants Bulls Liven d. ,
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,Now Open for Business Baby Carriages, -
its there seems to be'a demand in .
a r the city for the running at larire.of'' in Patrick's Old Stand. I '
blooded bulls, I would iugg st- that '. 'I' ,'"
-', the Council psss an ordinance placing NEW 'CIIAIR, -- r* .. .. ..a .
a license. of five dollars per year.on r .
rya all l bulls running at large.; In this .. JJRW RAZORS' 'BIG- I
ry case, the citizens\ wbo have mIlk cows .! LINE -, .'.:::-
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would readily chip In and pay the NEW EVERYTHING .. \ '' ' \ ,
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for wbo
license' any one posesoed a .
4c '"oodbullandwllbed, him 0to runat ,' "..' ,. , /' -
'Guara .j.
.Satisfaction teed. .
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Urge. In this way .the scrub bull.Could i

9i be eliminated as no one would care ,OFt NO PAV: Harness and Saddles .
jji
to pay five dollars for a years license for w _
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,,'a the running at. large of a four dollar _. _.__._ : '
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++ bull.All Interested parties could ,,,
assist In feeding the blooded animals .
it running at large and In tills way contribute LOW RATESVIA _, t. ....
.to. '-- .
'/ materially to the .up building _a" ___- ..-- -
and I improvement of the' dairy'.cattle _
of the whole community' ir . ... -

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I; a To BufJ.)( Briel" Wart IJDs 32.10 C. 'A. CARSON, Pr.d4ast. "W.'c. BRYAN, Secretary. $
MilwaukeeVie.. and return.' Tick.
_ 'The Waters e
eta on dale Aug. 10, U, 12. Jirnlt.edAu&:2. 'I
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now maturlag plans for the erection 1UOH. Vlce.P..ld..t., j-j'J
/ of a large'brick' warehouse south ofand .' t I'C' .

,The addition adjoining' Is the to be company's,, 60 :x U'JV: store.feet, Detroit, M leb.$44.06, and return...: Tlolceton State- Bank,, of Kissiintnee.. j.Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

which U be same length and nearly sale. daily; limited Oct.-31,.-, 111')0. Kissimmee, Fla. | ,
twice as wide as the presentbuilding.. o.
$54.10
-- "- + -- _wioluale and Ratall D.. ,
,>Tbta addition wilhlargely Increase T Unit I.
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-?the company's facilities for, handling Saratoga Springs N""'Y., andre"-, PAID UP CAPITAL.- ..... ", .. .. ........,. BO OOO 00
their large and growing business, as turn. Tickets told "daily; 'limited Oct. 'I' 9TOCKHULDER9LIABILITY. .. .. BO OOO OO GRO'C IES:
;31, 1906. "*--:0":
.i they will then bsve'their entire, tneroantlle _
.. '*" businest.wbolpeala and retail $55.95, DEPOSITORS SECURITY.! J.y. ,-..,..'.11 10000000 *

,:: ?*;{*";':under l one roof. , Lake: ,George N. Y., and return. : ;
'J>':c ;A'-spur railroad track will ,be built Tickets sold dally limited Oct. 31 and Careful Attention' 'given to'all matters ea-:+ i f,
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COINTY AGENTS FORli
from the south side of the'warehouse IIXXJ. '"trusted to-us. .Exchanges. : Rood: at all polntsf.t cheapest, .....:. .

;crossing and connecting Stewart with and Ruby the main avenues line,, . $85.60 .1 l/lte6. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEU.I A. .1Y I Celebrated Fertilizers I WtATES ||

above the freight depot. Sfc. Paul or Minneapolis, Minn., i E I
It U the. company'a .Intention fo and return. Sold Aug./ 1O, 11,.12; limited ,. -- _:. :' .. ORAl H R.TC. it

have tfce Qtw I..ttll'"adl.. for 'ooftfcrV ; Augl'31; ; extension SeptA30e19u6.. ", .. ', ,...I. ..', Circular ..d Prlca" .' ., ,. ,
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If lit, .-/. .; .. <, :,;,,".. ,.. q.j.. .. , ''" ". i .- .
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4 up ? , .
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Niagara i Falls,i? 4'y0;< and t'return.: 'i '. 't. ':. < ':Aax814xAcydcil.', ullJl.A'Aik ; : ;
TVnITu: -5"Ihs Brotncr.v Jt&"Gt xSr *St Ao :a i $ .\.
1IEi11N1, ; Tickets sold.. dally, ;t}ltmitedzOet f.i. iI; "f' rr .", .' .., \\ .. "I., ," ,', 1NORTH .
al :! v' > '\ 'I' s ''
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.-' fhe following, 'press despatch 'wad 1UP6..e 'c \ " y KISSIMMEE 0 'p tiONE.NO. 8.'' :i : *
'. '" f TT T) E S" PUBS'wo QL -
C t"published in the daily paper of Wed- $5 ,30 / ; ; ;'

-.!' "cesday,and will be of interest to our Toronto, Canada and return -Tick. .. i 'i n ..I u. $; ,!
local readers,-Inasmuch as one of the et.... sold dally,limited Oct. 31. 1900. $ t $

:: J 'rowoleylto) 'the ; tradgetdy lived here'(,Vernpn wbere .. $44.75'; :j: Qv, :: Gl IFF N ( Couiitry'} Pxodud'. 'e'a.. :'Specialty'NKA'VrNMNMNN : .. [ 1 j};

,. S: < tn clerked In the, drug store .of ,his .-Atlan c' City. :ff.. J., and return. N1rrKNK i. ,y'
) '-.brothers Mr nt1lo. "M,..and Thoa.. Tickets sold dally; Hmltedl{ Oct,,. 31, : "
ta.TDwbley-wbo now, reetde--:fit' Ml" 1806., -. --... .
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'-. r, ',.mll.St. Louis. Aug. 6,-Alfred M._ Towblev Newport R.I"ancreturn', $02,75': ., 'Plbk.' tFan/ 'FamilyGroceries' ies! -;- Fresh e tSiJ ATLANTIC, COAST' LINE t"
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!: of Versailles. Mo ,, 4 led today of .
THE
\f.:. -a ballet wound inflicted by his brother -sold'daily" ,' limited Oct." 31, ltbO6.$71CO ., THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.

*Vernon; daring a quarrel at!the Union S ,

,station Saturdays ,night. ,Vernon Washington.... D.. C., and<< '.return. -- ,-_. -- ,
..T wQlel said Alfred made unsavory" Ticket* on sale daljy;"?limited Oct.:-: ai, << Delivery Every Day at Any Hoir i'; Patronage Sol! it&d. fcr.ef OONNBOTIOrslSI.Over . ,

t .remarks. Townleys about have a two married brothers. ,alster., living. The In I90<"J., .$46.06'; v Jv1 w 'vju"V"g', _v"V' ___..,....,..........,..', fP'Yr'U''U1rVr1KEEPTA " to---E------- -- -- its- own Rails to Savannah. Charleston. -, --.I-'.

ova Miami, Flail ,. t.- ", the '' astf Richmond and_ JVaahingtonthence Via Penn- '1.
=
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:Chlcaao1f1.; : a'nd'' return: fekets
+ "' 'i' .Alt i B/lvania Railway. '
rtt .Bey Blue sale limited Oct. 31, fOOl..", ,
OD, daily.; ? I II
., ,' ,'and'loose all' Interest When help'1'Is ,,$35.60, : .'_ i ;\ ; , COMPLETE? ] JLINE41WTTIIE. DJiol I To West (Via Montgomery and Louisville & Nashville i

y\\ ,,within itvvr reach. Herblne will make that. Minneapolis! ; ,, M Inn., and return.! the and "Dixie Flyer' Route".Via Atlanta. ..4.4o'
perform Its duties J
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';; properly J Tickets>a.ale'Alul. 10.1',12: .limited Via tlavsonah & ,
Or for
'B. Vaughn Elba, Ala wrllel Steamship Company "
4 '"Being a' constant- sufferer;: from Aug. 31. Extension Sept.,3O lifHi. T> Sa's' t. New York, Philadelphia and Boston,, via Norfolk 'f 1!,
constipation and ai clilorde d', liver, Passenger and ticket otllee,, ,,,108 VHISKEY: WIN .AID BEER. the Steamer to New York; Washington' and Baltimore, ,'I r
:r ", 'I have found.J.ierblb too be the,best. West Day'.., .SbUacksonvllle'Pla.t: I { ; via Savannah and Merchant and Miner Transpor '1i
l 'medicine. for the troubles Jon themarkets Paese 3..C. LU8K : ,! .= Steamship. tation Co., Baltimore and Philadelphia. ... .:.i
District fgerAgent.) -
i, I have used It conltant.I,. I "
.. Key West Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship / :
believe> It to be the best medicine of Its -: ; "' nndL .

4'-' these kind and I wish to. know alt the sufferers from 'R., K."WRI &EL & CO.'F1iozza ., i Company., *' 'oj: ..
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'bine has done me,"' Sold byUI1oberr.son's. knlll.A'the erlehrsted. teal... New Y"rll' A rlorlda. llpeelal, florlda and WeM .1Ia. ? .,
..". .. UlDlled.Chlea.o. norld. UDllr..cI. .Dd IIlal. Flier, '
Pharmacy, Q ? '. ,,166i O ao. 1a.
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Qt1s Schedules :
Quickest ,Superior Service
'r :Seminoles, Dying From Measles: f'' )
d h For feaermabaa.ar.ti..eh ..,_uuron.uUth.
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t Bill BroWti" In town a couple of rurpi.fcld.ror'roamanl-sawith'
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.'' a days this week and reports an epidemic JOHN ,B., rSTE'TSQN., UNLVEPSITY.FOUR WCARR- WTuTKP.... Apt -. T.mpaFla,, JO' .IClRKTA1Ct sir 1'...>. A.1
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of measles among the 'Semtnole. > r r.- -wi..ir. Pw .f..tt 'W I. -
: ; Indians., Be says nine Indians', have COU.EUE9!! AND FIVB TRCHMCAL.SCHOOLS.'t . - .t. WtlTnk'Kl"n. N 4'0._P.;. "Ami Mirr
,, And tell-.hors ....... and.tsars '
yang
1 recently died from this cause, seven of :- v' DsllAND>-FLORID. "': .

r't these being: Miami Indians. Of the abort. 'AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY CHICApO.s .! Always; Remember 'the Poll NomeLaxative "
:-(OkeechObee Indians, one waif the 'pine- .. J, ; '." : ,
'r teen year old daughter of Jimmle.:Os- ,Haggard' spec tfic'Tabieta! COLLB" 0'LIBRRAL ARTS.-Th..andards arathoaaof th.Unlv.r.lq 01 Cbk..o. Statrraaa -
--4'; ./ ceol.,'aad the other the squaw ,of utti'Suppoaitodes ; .-n'..cudta........thMt d.t from both Station and Chicago.: Baa u.. Chloaco and Saxon,
"'. *Charley'Fuel There -are nine' more ..< Ct* LAWrr3u.W.; CoilasVai admittadJto.pr.eUea Uw la FlorioaTwithoat Rromo Quinine .
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t, Indians down with the meaaleav. the : :oLLBHBj6l', d -
? old' lot 41 Nan..vo. "
2 |]>* rtEabls can lndigf l< *' SoLtSoBiOFlTBCMI- ; ..
established the OP .MECHANIC 'ARTII.-Jl..ha' .t. ;
;; hospital by Episcopal' OL09Y AND SCHOOL CMf.ElJS .
--"' Missionary; Mr. W. J.' Godden. Bill . D.L LiIi&r.&: CoaoIipeborr; KiJe y sail8bdd .l EngiaortnE tDd Ma..u I T \inlneour,...l4in, .tod.., .H--- Fl.1_....w buWI.. ... OontJy"lEStL . '
"1 : brought 20'gator hides'and" GoO TKmbU.L wd. aD '/I' .....- .. twit 'm.thoda.y .' .Cures Cold in One "
Vteby EOB 6nrBU |K' B"S.-Ha ktna-'In'aU' "" '- 'Bct kkI. !>r' a Day Grip in Two.; \' ..
vii' ','gswrfeet this trlp.r-Ft., Myers etaetHaaouraaioDaalnothardapartnaata Lan.1'.aultyand.um' + .
': Press J Naiad!draws.Paetidt: 'DniiPte Mil Shorthand' and Trpawritlnc. '. ,
: \\ aBBPiiaBiaaBBiwBPaoBBWBipp ,Ilia M' bos. they will b I p RRPARAORY pr pars sonar' *Harvard. Vala, ..ltiMlahl.se. '.;, ,: "" .
H-; d 'WANTED by Chicago ,wholesale' JOc per or aaafMKpM 1CADBMY. Ormdoataa... . . Prinpaton Cornell 4 ,,; .' :
.It Ant-etas 001"-- -
Cbla.o..d -
and mall order fcouae aaaUtant manster AL AIIO MODEL SCIIL5( ( -- : 4TI rni 25c.
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,?' (man or" woman) for this ,county '> .Spaoii .,'Alkata.c. ...Stt 8chooIln_tie build I..., on.Be..boousy&&P. >PbuiKoo. t. s lw ,
: MANIC sc oo"-A',W. 00 plpa orsw. a 4wapiaam.'a.pat.tS; buUdlas. bs 'eeulb' -
::1't and adjolnio territory. Sslary.120
Thauu.. _...aJ'IId" : .
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and expenses paid weekly; ,; expense" i ART" CHOoC-N_8tudlo.. ''
1i money advanced' Work pleasaorpost.fiioapefmanent.NoInvesimeniorsIper. ' .. Saxon haaa faculty 45 PNf-and...--.' Thaar. .baN......from th. Unlnnlty.1Cbia..n. Stood 'The :
-J -, ;- : It.......... YaM, Dartmouth. Coluinbta.Tarots W.kspyraq LouWilk Bowd....... Utraeht. Has Test: 35 Years
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a ..Ual-Minrftr'of Miahteaa. DannUoa]and otaar Unlvaraltiaa Tha**ai owe tM.Ui J In .110I. .' .
IDOl required. Spare time valgablr.Wrlteatoooefor ..... .
Eunlua...oinBmUnauIra OuartariBUllmi liottar.. andownMnfcu andowad llbmr otIIOOIJ.
full particular*and et *. II "llffl IW l m I FRENCH FBULE Ta>...utUul......witltu! ,. "nalotM_ln..ludfa' aIaItM4....wi... ...., t ojlipaintta a
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:1!! eloaeaelf'a recaed encelops.ddresa. BQHIlJIBBh liKflM X "I.IIIIU..I.,. _' a ._. _peW app.ratrs: ss -- Athletle ': Grovels
GENERAL : isms nSBWMI MMSi I iP11.8A .r trek._ S.SSHr. dlsmoad a+rd orrId'-. ba.ld..swarming.aeIf. rowlsg aM ah.r sport .
MANAOHU,
Claloqo-: : i ILL", ew w.. a bul.lir&yi..ass'C".:.Las..=' s Iabarl.tor4a fa. Chw.l.tav itEMs..l..te Ph .:.S.earbbav.h..L
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The KJiilIDlllt.-V-.u-GaZlUl. !r *S ceotebuya a M OSM net at. DaotT'' All MM** e oT>> picture* framed to M.f >. ...... Car****, .** .... *Mt MM*,
- -_ _,- ---*'- - ,. er'a 5 Thompson'*." ; V' -* of Tampa, .arrive yesterday eu." ..IiI .
Dwelling I for rent, apply to T .Tl'- *- /.-- bit'sl.terMrs..AJ,. Griffln. IPAINT BUILDING
TBLKPMONB NO.1t, : .1 > '; ;; : W..
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Mr..'H. N. Bratton was 'eall.d'r'to
baseman, *.pen.d.., la Orlando,,J
: f; UfitKHflEU' EVERT'IUJUr.. Bee StanfordNobby. -line of. Tew.lies. "'. Mulberry Monday night by telegram" . ,
IT. ., Smoke Key West. Havana: ,' tee bet. announcing the .....tuu. 'illness of hU _. t- ,
w. a.,, t-iAr.m.. ... Vi Cigar. on the .srkeI' sun flo berk "
Mr. ,
K.: T last -t'' w. MAKINSOIS COMPANY -
___( I. Lesley. spent. (Sunday ;
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In Mr., L.. D. OrabaOK. :, med ,grand*' \ ' ,' .
.Tampa. Miss
: Mantle iuhaet.ol1. .wab' ha" ? ; "s .
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$ ....tll.r : I f" 'J: : ,
'OffloUl Heport I : dauahter. Mill HeW CosU..Ti. .Ti lVsdin I beee",nursing to toe Church JHoeae and. ,
....ASrNvaDT T....... ... ._w.." ...",.. .All SutWmWGooda' '- at. 'actual. cost at OrIanolsk Monday. Hospital at .Orla.nelolrol't.h. past two
... .. ::- ; Stanford'.. "as* PAINT: to..I''Jf
.1. Aug.a I 'StaufordwUi Mil ywu IJdoeeashlributtons ( or threw years, has, returned home a," Proposition : ,
T- .. Pine. Jersey. milch 'cow'-for ...t.. for fi o. 'tf and will hereafter devote her"talent. .

I ".... It ta ..!i'IrVIdaY .' Apply to L. F-' Burbeau.'. : to the nursing of, the sick her*.' ,, "' '
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Commissioner J F. Will.
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County 1
.--..... -----.I See these *4 and $5 Douglas >ln'. Lams end Caps Arch Bess. peet Ui.,: On account of .his. recent appointment f : -' '.. ,,,,

.... ..,..... 11II 75StiuMa patent vlcl .atStanfard4e. ; day la Orlando, last Saturday a* postmaster, President W. L. ."
,.. ....... 11II 75 ..' 31 Van Duzor. of the City Couooll,,( tea1 Save You '
Sunday .......... .\\10 *4Monday A good time to save money.by buy Stanford. will sell IOU 20 yds. glngihem 1 dered his resignation! a* a m&mMrof Will' J Money/ 4
.. .. _. j log figured whIteguods at Ktz'I.The .
110.
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'forSl.OO. t( that .. tbe ,.,.- ;
'ueai1at" ':.......... 91 : body meeting Tuesday :' \
"""a"act." .. .1. \\111 7thaiiI&v City Bakery 1 I. agent for-; the Misses Emm*and Nettle To wtll went, UiMb& and Mr. T, W. mil wa elected Will 'Your

. ,.'.1 7 -- White Star, Laundry-the best in the down to flames City. yesterday after_to IIt- V. In bill stead, Maj. T, M. Improve Property.{ ,\

.- State., noon for a- few days'vi..lt with friends.,. Mut'phvy was elected president of "tin l : '
W.L.VtPtSUOft..M. Council to fill the uuexplred& term of ; "l ; '1" .
Witt
),..-___ . -' p_ Messrs P. A. Van Agtiew and W, Stanford will cell 15 yd. 4-4 unbleached 'Mr. Van' Duzor.I Paint 'on Easy r .1 : :l.t

Our rates for lnsertlft-eI advertisements '- 8. Maukinson. spent last Saturday. la nauslla for II 00. if I ..
H among the reading matter on Tampa. Married. at'ab.; home of Mr. and 'J! "

this page I I. ten cent per line each Insertion. l ew line U laDd\ M.OO QueenQuality Judge and firs. W. R.. Johnston Mr. W., 13. Johnston on "'/lodai" Will Gurantee the Job. '
down to Tampa .
.' Boots just arrived at stanIord's wont yesterday alter .evening J last, Mr. Will Zipper and .
ooontospjud a few days vacation MIss Elisabeth '
... Wood, of Ft. Gardner
and talc tn th' Military eoouinpinehiuBe .. : .. '
Uev. L. R..Jenkio.loilo4.lnc; ,. ., ::.
'1'be'Ca..b Bargain. Store Is the Stanford's Dew line of urn- 1'he groom !is a brother of Mrs.: Johni .

place to ave money .when you are brellas.Mlg i sob, and I* a well known young cattle
T"E LOtAL fiELD. trad Inl{. I man, wt.ile the Bride I Ie a charming
.. LaieleLewis: of Georgia who W. B. MAKINSQN :COMPANY
Mr., Oeo. Morrison and ttslert! Miss young lady; who is u: usually attractive ,
: Mary Bryan visIted rMorrUoa In U. vUjtlnK, her brother Mr 11. O., Lwts, both ]>ers"oally and character., ,

Orlando l l..t. week.OurSt at Mia Campbell. Nellie Lupfer citation,a wa few the day Client'this of The trlends-in Valley) extending Gazette joins congratulation their many; -- --_-_-_--;--__----- --;; -......,./".,-- ' : "

Wade, the Tuner, OrUn'do. 'if' and lOo counter are fult'of big wt-elc. I 'The Stanford CarsonGrave. Hardware :............... ......... Kissinunee( 14 Winter* Kavea,,,
values Come and them.
Fewer gallons; wears. .\.longer; Devo I3argaioStore, inspect Thompson'All kind'a..of. .,picture moulding. ."at Cu.'lilrew building 1* nearing i With Neighbors at. WhitUer. '!: la a very..one-ilded gam* ib. l'a-. ,..,

. New line of moulding'at-pountalnV completion. The wall upstairs and vincible 1 Kloslmmee baseball team de- '
If know Item of don't Reported Etch Week by O. ,I.:C. I:
an news
you down have been plastered and a bapdsoine .
Mr. and M'ra. J. R Gilbert, Sr.. and : Seated! tliWinter,/ .Haven nine Oil thelocal '
White St.art.auDdr-Cm BAKERY. fall to call us or send It. In. Wewant
: up glass) front habeen in
plate
all the news.Our ., Mrs. O. L. Handy left Wednesdaynight put. ?***********.***.****.**.3: dlaninnd Tuesday T afternoon ,by
Dry good Dry !good at pann'e. I to. visit relatives. In .Savannah: ,, A large arch) way has .beencutbetween Private.. advice a acore of.14 to lb 'A* usual a largecrowd
line of School Shoe for "boys Newnun, Atlanta and other points in' the building they now occupy'fend the from"tbe ( eci-etary of. wa* out to witness the Mrs Prudence Chafer Is still Improving new one which make the build- tile resource department of the Y. A. -
two
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. and Klrl now complete. Cell aud Georgia but It a. entirely too oii..la.d \o'//, -
gradually.Mrsr ) see them at. Stanford's j ins practically; .one, and gives the Id N. developinll"compaa havee.tb'tubed leave room for the usual enthusiasm,"
All white dres skirt reduced I la firm of ..pfur. the the Dew, railroad enterprise. '
Orlandovisitor plenty diapiay of the d milration '
J. H.; Steffee was an Our boya, however, won a
Phone wants we do the Kata's. The leader are a wonderfullet of
your rub price at t'j their large atocK which hasberttoforeI
of the lookers putting'
Wednesday. o by up v
,
nlog. of miracle
been crowded men capable performing -
.IN. Garret aDd Mr*. Will Zlpperer, I badly The up.tl&lr.ofl any a fine game,' and but for.a slight errorat
Mens summer suit at reduced " the that necessity call. for and they
two
piece KISSIMMER DRUG.COMPANY., o| Furl Gardner who have been visit- new building we understand.' tap a crltl-al moment.,would.hav ahuV .
pVices at Kate be .used as a skating, rink 'propose to wave the magician'wand "".*
.The, Campbell. Clark .Whittler and lag tbeIaitter! .! M!"t. W, U. Johnston, over our metropolis and make of her the visitor; out.
For a nine smooth, easy shave try Baskioger school opened for the fall went down to Bartow yesterday. to Mr. and Mrs. H. C* Stanford. and a more wonderful oily even than *be'I* Horace Wood all. one oftbeheavleatt.batter .

. Wallace' Barber Shop. term last Monday. "- visit rel..ell.'Balu'naoved\ children left )tond'mlght. for Lump- at present; the untold treasures lying on the home team, deattnguUhr-;, ,

Stanford has' the .. l1e.t.J line of A second.hand Donrlotr mowing to ny 'cottage near." kin Ga., to spend a few day withrelatives quietly under the palmetto ;htckei.and .. ed himself by making two ,wu-ba1leJ: .
ma- hits and one three-bagger." ,
corsets in Kl .lmlDee. t chine in !good condition, for sale Pre*b"Jotjrlan church I beg to state tony Stanford, after leaving which the Mrw children and Mr.at, pine tree roots are. to be un' ..srth. Neither side scored up to the fourth
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Remember we art* head quarters; for cheap S. Cr G. Ud w, Co. . patron that m11JIPDe'number\ 1* I Lumpkln, will go on to New York; ed.wealth and with: our an' ease people and are to acquire which Inning when.' the home team got.; lo

school supplies at Dana' Ninety five case of our fall stock of 63, the same. aill', before.T. M. RIVERS,,Mp. | stopping a few days enroute ,.at. Baltimore will astound our. less fortunate rapidity neighbor seven runs, after' which' the visitorswerealian' <

I Mr. L. Conklin and Mrs.. C. L. Shoes have arrived. and are. ready for Washington and Philadelphia. *. A pet work of railroad are to like and tbe balance otth1
Bandy''tlslted Orlaudu Wednesday.. inspection.. :, STANFORD.' Rev: It R.. ,Jenkins ha accepted While In the north! Mr,. Stanford will be constructed Rod qur democratic game wa takloa. >andy: ,from" a, S

an 'Invitation to preach at the MethodUbihurch J' purchaaehi. fall and winter good; rooster Is to have bl.t.4 pMe. brought baby.
line moulding and Try the new barber shop. Every The locals have. game
Nice .of picture In Bartow, next Sunday I He expect also to visit the large to him from all of: the' won every
mats. uit.\ arrived. J J. W-Thompson. tblnar'Dew ,and up-to-date. Sharp and there will therefore, be DO preach- shoe lactorles of Boston and Bruck. In packages\ part and warranted countryput they have played this season ..ejtceptone. -,
i. razors clean, towels. "Qrt-cass' her- service at his church here. ton, Mass., and purchase hi. shoes up notmixed . ard.that wa the a.meln Orlando '
Mr. and Mra. W. T Smith are on a vice. ng. with snakes ,and, bullfrogs.This ,
tthere.they used to flnlsh oh account ;
direct from the manufacturer | ;
'visit relative at Thomasvllle Ga. They with a road machine and onuh-s
Great ba.'I'galos In willow chair atrhoInpsoIfs
. of .the objectionable' dvcUiOQavof ,
Remember we are carrying a nice expect to be absent till about. of our own we propose blddeflanceto ) '
j Mr. Bird Platt, of, Melbourne has line ot Groceries. Block I butter on f ,I the \Oral of September.The county extravagance and wave the the umpire.Summonsed.

; been spending a. tew day. In town this iceaapeclalty.g! '. CjTY' DAKEBY. Mr.Ben Binton, who went to Tarn :I remarkable. : growth of newspaper bl"ckfl."tn"betllOP." of thoe"who'' _, ; ,

"f week. p Miss Mary Bryan" returned to \her >awthtbe Miami, military company :( In Florida (which mean the propose to tam. our peo"lelor'" >benefits to U. S. Co rt.
the of /Slate ,!
FOR SALE-A fine Jersey cow, now home In Tampa last Monday after to attend encampment growth In general Intelligence) I* not renewed.1 I
. gIvtnnitIk. Apply to S.: D, T.COMENR .. two week'\ visit with her sister Mr*a. roopa. came up Wednesday night and shown,by the fact that last year thereI4 !' Mr.'I... }Jail has In the..'ooure. of I Deputy' United. State Marshal,,

J o. H. ,Morrison topped over here wjth friend till the newspapers printed the It.ote: e# construction ,a fine residenee on Lon: Lyncb.wss hereMonday, and .um-
V 38 train yesterday. morning on his' don Terrace. The Wurkineai under the mount d tbe following witnesses to ;'
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'I against in 1900. ADd sin last ep-
1 Why nod trade at the Cash Bargain Mis*:Mable Myers and ..Miss ,Jean way buck to. the Mag la" City.. year there has been a material e addition supervision of Mr. David Bus are pear before tbe United Stairs court led
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1 Store and get big! valutta for your Person retur"ed to; their home In Or- ;' 'New barbershop' at.' Patrick'" old I to this number-perhaps, half doing the best work ever before''wit JacksOBTlllaon August 14iht W.,. (,41,

f money. lunno after a few day'a' visit with land.' Service by a tonsorIal .rt.lat.1 a Often. In merit, these papers are nessed In our community., Van Duxor, .T, M.' Lee. Morgan Bags;

, Mrs. W. M. Hutson and children, Miss Cornelia'., Morrison. convert ant with all the latent. tad Iffarberlng. rapldlylmprovlng, and the old-time' Mr. John Drawdy was a visitor' at A> L. Chaodler-and Mnrnice 'TlndalU''

., of St. Augniitlu&) ,..t-o visiting Mrs.. Mrs. Carrie and "Georgia Owens > ., .. slovenly blot, a mere makeshift for a Whittler during the past week, )hj..reported The** witnesses arc. summonsed 'to

Kochenderfer/ arrived last week> and opened their newspaper, with little Jo It worth marriage caused him to be an give testimony; 'tbe:ca.. of, thev
. ( U. the .. object. of some little curiosity, WIN Southern State Land A Timber Com
If .have laundry to send schools: on Monday at Clark and Capt., R. Canova popular, reading and from a mechanical p-.lnl
you any the Belt and Midland lie and hi.mother returned to. town v*. the State 'Drainage Boardc
Campbell Station: respectively.) conductor on ::>ull..r of view', a typographical nightmare aay ;
It "don un" In
and
t away, want good .. railroads has secured a month has. disappeared, and the ooorest of with him the last two' returning bat, The company will 'be represented by'
I shape, ptvone the City Bakery, Mis*. Ruth'" Jones 'ret.lrne.f lam vacation, and with Tils wife and. family them now car. furnish a valid reason urday night. F. A. Van Agnewof Klsilmmee., } 10do1 'r'

4 Messrs J. R. Grave Hr. and W. B. Saturday from a visit of several weeksto len 'We uesday night for A.hvllie, t tN I for their exl.lenM-whlcb I I. more Our friend Arch Bass has .o- far recovered U.C..Cooper and' E. :J. L Tingle,".of vJacksonvlllei

14 Harris spent a few hours transacting her sister,.Mrs. Hebb, at Bartow. C. where they will spend a "few [than seine of the old-timer could do. asto, be able to visit Orlando ; and the Drainage Board

business Orlando Wednesday. and her Aunt, Mia, McMurry.. at days and then iro. on to Waynesvllle J I Lire Oak Democrat.! for medical treatment.' Mr. Je.> William >yt tf.oroeffGeoer.1 Elli. and .,B*-'. '1
.1 1 .
: Lakeland.. , N, 0.' I' and Lee Bass ..MCOOmp.DIec'hhato Governor Jtnnlng;, "
Come quick if rou want a straw bat.it '. Mfssr D. W. Stoke and .Lewis KUsimmee, the former making his .,
.
we must have room for our.fall stock Mr. L. D: Graham and family' left 'The ten-room two-story dwelling of Godwin, large cattle dealer of Polk regular monthly .Ip.to attend meet* < '. i

ru cloalogoul. at any old price at Dunn's. Wedne day for the Homestead couutry A. L. Ob and Per, situated On wet' side county drove to town. yesterday a lOll of Boarc of Cstunty lJo.IIIIDI..lo. f r'.sa&e& atOn 'Mrs.Cll: R $;1 .
on \the Eat Coast where he has accept N., B. Caron'a '
Mr.' H.m Miller. formerly of Klaslmmee a position at Seymour A'Zoph'isawmill. of. Broadway residenCe, adjoining la for sale .Prlcel/lw.. bunch of.fthe beef cattle,rPareoD", wb lob they rattle purchased ers.Uean large. site ,refrigeratorcombination /. q .! ,
h Drawdy and family b.ye't-o '
but now living In New York . writing deV and bor dt'
term easy. Apply to M. filler! ..Rt.T. Co. and Riley I Godwin and shipped afflicted'with fever during the .
City, has disposed of all his real estate past case. Best' 'quality" One oak'. bed..
; here. () Jocal parties Miss EfHe Overstreet I I. at home W. Ellis ha Just erected for Mr*. them to Jacksonville this mornipg'The week but latest ad Tie* IndicaU. av tIer t-ot'u suit.WHAT. AI1.o.j. ." 'x ,

from Orlando. where she bold. a J. A. Perdew monument to the mem' cattle had already been'.old' to ,cldt>d Im rovement.. .
Mrs W. B. HIgdon and chlld'f'nf josltlon at-trained nurse la" Dr. cry of her son., Edl/a..... The monument parties in that city at vprv satisfactory The pole', hook and Un* wrlgkde, rt ------ ----- -, -- '- -:-;-"-.

who have been visiting Mr. and Mra. Harris's Sanatorium spend a two I* block style and of white mari prices. This wtllpoiflibly )lead to opening have beencororoluhig d Brad*
J, A H.ndln north Klsatmmee returned week vacation with her parents.. ., hIsa gift from J, A. I1ll1h p, brother up of a new market for, Oseeoln the finny '''lbe.wJLt. modhr. +ieiiia!, ..* \ '- :' .

to" ther|. home Jg Ualnavllle The' first sale I ', bare of Mr. Pecdew:! and produced by the county cattle.i. Heretofore shipment during the past week ,
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: i lterda., "' '. ' orange we from here have gone, w'I tit her "1.w _..; ,..;
.. : '. 0'j'; beard of this season were made somelmysagobyS.O. Alabama-Wblte Marble Co., of which The .Mtber' eoWln.. ..... haM' "

'. The W. 1 15.: "Makinton Company ha. '. Barber-and Jim :4r!:, Ikhop,| U manager..'' : ... ') .,'" ., Tampaor'Cuba will now probably, but Investigate our,. atoukunen the with ib* thermometer ra..*..a>.r very low : .i,1.; ,1

'r, sold to Achla Ba..' the entire realestate Tlndall. who cold.tb.*lr crop, to the 'Tht Is to notifyMini customer. thathave Jacksonville market and if as good in the CO' we have ax>%ausefor com-

l'' holding of thaCompany in the W.tel'l. &,CaHson Grocery, Co... 1 returned and am again at I my or better prices can be realized !therea road plaint.between The mail Canoe carrier Creek reports and Wblttir the-,, :

t. I clty-of Pttghorn.' The company i bow -The steamer Lillie. on her last trip nIece In North KUslmmee ready to portion of the shipment will go to In a frightful condition. lE"DOFORYOtiJN : : :
1. ha leased the store and will ,' ,
ever, continue receive all order for cleaolnar. dyeingand that city. '
\ business brought the U. 8. Dredge Klsslmmee Quinn and Nat'Basa ba.e been hog : : 1'
:,
tie at thai place.. AU ordeis will '
: front Halngcr Up' to r'ort Gardner, pressing clothe t :-' hunting during lass week returning oo We carry' ,the jar est/,/ and. 4

': Ml* Ruby O1lverIeft1'ueeday for where Capt. Sharp. and his crew >sill) receive prompt attentiontf. Adna. S .turday ,with a fine drove. Corn) ." most varied stock of ourlin,," ...: '
(7 UaUiigh, N.. C.i' .where she will be loish ,jhe jetty work.at the. head .of BPIUQ FLEMfNQ .the Adna'ha ha' been gathered of rather the'greater ) : '
'Friend w6athcr in
. : joined by Rev and Mrs.LC.Zdassee, Lake KUsimmee: i The baseball festival held\ at the been a.rrl.J very.pieusanL for the at past, part of it and" a fair crop'b.s been town..< l' *',-fi'f. f : ;*C;
.
'", and together they will visit Baltimore .'has Pfann building last Friday evening month of housed. Cane 'ha receiyeJ'somedamawe'from We but ::
Contractor Z. W Bass been few days., I think tbe happy .. carry none the'
: and. New York:, and then go down Into wa a decided success In every respect. this '- the severe ralns< and ( '..
.,c "" New.Jersey for a to week stay. employed to builds servant' cottageat Quite. largegand jovial 'crowd was August-- will' ,be very pleaaant. dar axed to some extent but the supply freshest and purest .of... drugsat :
the Point for Mr. E. N. Fell. Mr. .. '" ;U
The Ooeol a Ath letlo Club' *'composed and Mrs. Fell and daughter. we understand present, and th* receipt*of the evening year.Miss Laura Keer and :Depbe"ook In sight, will U,Is thought satUfy. and.Juvture .al:! -tlme! i ri"-. r* t't: ,, 4
voted demand Egg vlaots' -
A cake are ;; '
netted about 3800. wa up '
. -:, of the set of boy. around are expected to return from a trlpJ.ober-slster's- past week, Your .
younger prescriptions are filled /fr t
1 is
the third In.November to.tbs-. .nx> t.-.popuJ..r. .young lady who mile the other, ..lde of doingwbli!. 1 thoughthesuppt3' .I llult-'l! ,10,:
,; town, nave rented; story of Europe .!,,' yr live two .. -"***- .1 Graduate in '
pl'8aeDt. and .,)ll,ta: the lot ,.of. Miss .., ed. : )by: a Pharmacybetides
I the Opera Houses wlU..Dove..thell'( ) Kitmmee. !
>
*. J.: "f. O'Berry purohi sod last week ; Moat of our people have been colD)
esna-Gardner ." hasstarted flvejeare&4tt41erIefl9e : .
. paraphernalia: there from) the< ball Miss. Elun"Sumner Adn* !
from Levi Urawdy the, stock t. of -- pelled to turn out their cattle on, account <, '
bv
. / ,,0vt'rColll..r'relnDol'Lb'KI.slmmeew cattle known a* the' Li D. .toek. Mia* Leorln Ornosby entertained to town today accompanied of bad weather. .. ,.
'S wbere they )have been meeting hereto of her friend last-Tuesday her two brothers, Julius and Mills : _l ;
umber paraahse"heve ' '
ranging la. the vicinity of ''''hltter. The: ,seeker In hunter*, Doesn't tsne4nJsOthe)
: :
-
\! night wttb'a chicken plllau. The a Sumner They will return Saturday.Mr. : ., ,:-.
fore.Mr The deal was cash one, and the consideration l een, very busy during the tastyten : : J i
C. II Benley of Lakeland. *r- was 12000. fair was. in honor of Miss Omsby'svisitor. Henry Townsend bpoened to avery days and It the fruit Is not bitter I,thtag ? 4
tGftorge 'of'KI..lm.-J serious accident to his legbro
Miss Willa Glbert, get
'" ,rived Tuesday to aaaum the management Parker came up'from 1.a.ke'l: Quite crowd was present e while out on the water, a few Bro. Guy will-have some ot them 'to We carry sufficient help to .
mee
of the Klsslmmee Drug Co. Mri look after on occasion, of his. next ,
) and Monday and stopped oil here a music. arcover on the East Coast.MFe ..
la several all report a delightful time days visit. -, J JGruoters delIveryour''paCkagewLthIn'< 0 .;
/ Henley a youngmmmwith Vw days with the home folk on HI I. combining to Joe dud Noah Raulersoa have. -\ '
and refreshments ,
after the
"a
i years of practical experience: In. the games retreat .is pot_ crowded ,atpresent few momenta pur..i
way to spend a, few week vacation atAsbevllle of unalloyed to Join the railroad eUI'Y yorr. -
nakethe occasion one gone
_! ... the render.out :\
busiueas and will doubtless rainy season chase Idl
drug succeed and other resort in...(the njoyment,.- -Lakeland News., I.I They keep the. notion of, the,,railroad \ I I This, Is 'not, _
; door labor almost
In the business r Impossible.
i ,. keeping up tolts 'mountain of North Carolina.If stIrrlngand let u* hope' we i will beriding j boa Unl'. but we want your !
: bails Patriarch contAmaes-onder. the
The
present excellent standard. He i II a Mr. tt. C. Stanford: has forceof In few The 'v y
.". son of Dr. Henley of Lakelard.\ Tbor. J. Land Brown U up to carpenter and painter < t work: onhis I on thecars that a there year Is nothing enchanting! Influence of tbe camp of I business and' we- : 'kn w' 'w ittrtU
snuff he will have of those surveyer report the Kbalmm 'lte of Its. lairdaughter. : please
one alleged I store room this week,' obliterating some I .can.; ,
.1.1. "- Mr.J. M.Thompson,whowas brought of the eight hundred hand at work on -' ,,.
be' their 1"'n
Everglade pump make exhibition of the Are which happened ..m\i't. exercising. '
:. sTere-'from' about two week: all trace the railroad yet but there Is hope ,
Mulberry M. the state fair to demonstrate! the some week ago 1 leaving the. ceiling before ., ,charms. v 'IRailroad ., ' :__ .___.' - ': : "!i
ago Suffering with typhoid/ fever died feasibility of draInage without and they- will be working long stock has advanced to 9U9jo -' : -'- 'i---- ,,
charred
atthe-borce ,of hi. brother\ section squandering and window ajsomewhat I| A. W, Crosby of Adna, i* puttingup : rKIsImiHeeOrM'Co'
the I the shade real 1 I.
'j, taxpayer's. money.-Tunes- blackened condltloq.: He is also I ; estate '
foreman Thompson Mond ay, and the UnionO :, it n*"'.rbnrn on his farm at.Adna, and It the ',former'*.d".00101'1 :
.. <' laving some large show window ,, and call rapidly :< '
remains were shipped to the old Joine I 111 stop ,..again.! ,
Mr J. L. Woodard the built., which will add very much to the THORM., soon put in b*. alJPfla.raooeeome"of" '
"l ;. of the deceased in Tatnall County, engineer at d- j f our enterprising citizen KISSlMMEE.. FUk. k: """ if. .
.. of hlsut.ores., I propose jto
'
' ; Ga., for interment. The deceased wa ice plant, was called to Bartow, Monday ppearanoe. I build canal the t '1 # ,
river.
( a tq .
r j ., agent for the A. C. L.: at Mulberry by a his; telegram! announcing the petition -wa presented to the'. .County: Officials'Excharge Pro: '- ." Our school opened Monday with I .. .. ""'" t'J.,' ,\ "';
death of father-in-law
\ and will --r!
and MnIJ D. Graham'and little Tuesday. night asking them, : something leas than two hundred blldren. -. I" .
'1 e," Mr. be absent for ..veraldays, as be will Council I, { erty.. .,' : "]
Don 'and the ordinance relating to Dr.'Hubbard la, the principalof ONI: ? .dt.
iK son accompanied by Mr. to so modify > ,
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\.! accompany the remains to the old large of horses'on thej 'A large real estate dsal .'was.con whom people have to .l .. I. *." ". "" '. ,.,
'ff' Mr. Win. Tucker Jeft for. the, J3astCoast be running at our ara, by t. . v ,
.
' borne of the deceased In .. .....-.
fortnterrmet. etT m
Ueorgla .wnlch brbisla a "
' exoldde poinmatedhere' this"week< by
.
would but Carrie the assistant
,1 . .Wednesday morning: Mr; -. ) .tree.... that U \ only experience MI. 'trt.d C.taI.wu..f' -"IWJae ..
""4 ..; -, Grab am ha accepted the position of f. : st..lIIoo.'Ibe Council very properly Clert of the Court E. ,1... Lesley acquires 1* loved and respected by all the .. .: .1"..,
* r-' ?uperlntendent at a large saw mill at sir Henry R.. OTt.neJeft.. Wednesday decided to lay; the petition on the'' splendid' property; north -of patrons and""pupil \ and we" know 'we '- -- "

1.,{ > Silver, Palm. Mr-' Tucker baa",' toe for SllverFyUn.onGast Coast., able. A large msjorityotbeoittsensof :! |;( lownand. }justout'of: tbe. corporate will receive good report from her. YoU Fcm'aleCollege%' I'k'J: ;

' p.', contract for furnishing stock for the where be expects to enter, homestead the town are In favor ol. enforcing limit known a* tbe Donegaq home O. l. ,C. '

ii mlll
!' r.: ,of sawyer. at the same mill He will be joined later. by..Will Over- such eaves the few sbuldbow- to/'.the" resenstlve, elect'A.ot'lobe E. Donegan bull-ling come.latoO' 'Why ret'aad Worrywhen Rigiwut c..n1e." :' Sift... 'P.eIIII1.t* ..:t-: ,' -j.

street and ;Ja*. O'Berry who will also.akb will of majority,. ,j possession oo J .ulty. Hssd y..5..CsWk.ta C.air..., ....,..tIiO 'II'.'
, Thffremalna of Mr. Ellis "Jewb(1 \ 'Up homestead and try their copied by Ba**& Padget'.. Market and Jour child ha, a1 nsevere''cold.. .Va and Ut...-.-. NOT B UdlMX NrwlUvkta ,>' ... '' ,
.p' ".. tIed .1.Lie home ip Sanford ion "' Wed. a"nd* at farming. It to with a feeling of sincere regret'that 1 William'. *, barberrhop: one of the YOU need not far pneumonia or other '.......'....... Heat; ZissOS. O,-.. .. l''_ _ _
; nesdav, were brought,here.onthe early we chronicle departure of Mr. ''Bender cottageaand..,other 'valuable pulmonary disease Keep supplied 'l.-.8wthiug..Pu b.wItg AU.yTru4aM .1 a "
!: I ,train yesterday morning and later red The suit of dissolution brought: by lournoy Mlddlebl'OQk.I' who left City property,.' / with Ballard's: Uorehound Syrupapositive )f_.... CoaIwN nu--. 1.ivs ,,...' ,, (

'' in tbtamiIy lot in Rosehlll Cemetaryat George Zapb against W. G De Berry; Tuesday & home' at Mr. Lesley, will .,enlarge the ''grove : ure. for, Cold, Coughf BEST.CBW8TUH BOMIINFUJKNCKS.Addre ., ,.{ ,, .",
B o'clock The >ailed was form baa been settled out ot court and the iGSCttf, .., to' Jam Mrs< Middles on the Donegan place and make other Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. ; *

.r 1.. ,.erly a ,.resident' ot )Klaslmmee but case dlmled.i' Attorney R, H. Seymour brooks and. Master Harry who preceded -, Improvement, which will add largely Mr*. Hall of Sioux 'Falls-, D.. ** I;"= StCHRAN .HUNT.PJR. _ _

0 .; moved to S.nford'seteraI, year agoand bsw become a partner. with' Mr. tlm OHM week ago. Mr. Mid. to its .value and make It an Ideal suburban writes: "I have used your wonderfulBallard's -___' ,: : :", : 't :::: ""r' ; "
mecbaolo in Zapb ID the lumber business and the lebrook has been! prescription clerk .c j, '
was employed aia home,
II Borehound WJ14L&'PN -
I .the rail road shop a1.; .that pI.CeJ yard will continue in the same place for the KUslrame' Drpg Co. for over I,I ..,.11 I! I I II I II I children for, five 'year Syrup*. Ita" on result my 'J %I. ", .; ... -I :, 4
and'through' on 1.'b'' .street' near the railroad..- a year,' lo"whtok capacity be has ,won I, Don's Orsisable 't.. \
1ere have beea
4- Them.DJ"f1'I&oda 1 > I Miami Metropolis. t.be. highest esteem mad confidence of j When your- joint" ache and 'ouuffer ; wonderful.. Sold, by" NCY Pa.C..I.l, \' .
out the county of Cat.A. /. .Bas, Uoberson's'Pbai.iney.: 't
will be 1* now The Democrat: 'p.w weekly); 'publication our entire citizenship' and,, many regret -. .. from HheumatUm. Buy a bottle . ,l ; i'- ,.'
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to ,
glad knof. j 1 1. i
. with iJ. H. Starbuok a editor are expressed: *>t his departuref of Ballard's S.now Liniment .and Real Eitate Agents?. .J Q'
.1
be
able to up and 'around. I jUe came,J ..... ... ;. .
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made
ha also '
and 'manager published at ; Mlddlebreolu ret instant relief. A' positive cure for $$00 'faii' "" ,
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from Whittier teamer> ,9f
'z up on Lea __ ktSINMI" FLI\
Jle lass .here Orlando made Its first appearance on many Swarm friend here who are loath Rheumatism Bum: Cuts, Contracted ,' "
Friday ,mad<< [hibeen' her, Mr. MlddlebrooksV, '\Mr, L. '1'. Th. County Commissioners i their 'I'P 1
since tb HJUse; I Thursday of 'last weekv 'It I. aq to give a* Muaolec Sore Che."' etc., ._ MI 1
He baa stopping, .t. L4'iCS I iWvelred'nesi.'abd eight oeloma quartoand! editor.Starbock plans for the t>t..re are ,'M yet' nodeIded. -.I:Bogy,-. pwxnlnent merchant at. Wl.low meeting Monday appropriated' ': ._ .T .

no yes lC01DPI U Iy 1 ; promise la his ,:initial'* number Usual been In declining:health'. Polut. T.xasj ssyath&..:, he finds hundred'd9llaM far Jan'axMblt-: T&k. .
; from his recent aerlon time and will,.takes,, much .the best all Oaceoly Cofrntfa Se next MIte Fair, !Alf. ,
4 .still under of that tb. Democrat will be all that it* lou som \ ,Ballard a snow Liniment, 1 .. '
th'treetau. > physicisniL
... bu'"ID..loDK' a la.' *)!could. name Unphe,',f..Sucoes" .to, the new needed rest before wotsaglng Jn bneL.Des. .*;).round liw Liniment he .ever. ised.' ;""''Sold- i ir.1 and ..ppoIDle4lpo.)4.: .Lee.la...'PjatvCommUtioiter. .. .- r '.'(

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TWO ARrtONDEMNEO.finding DEA'tn'VALLEY' TRAMPS.5"THEIR. comparatively, safe hike of a.coupleof Georgia' Philosophy.

I ,. hundred ,,miles, ,Into some one, pf. .

:' SEARCH FOR FjOOD, DRINK the mining amps.. so that-their tramp, ''to Misery: Is ao. sociable he'll never
J100iP:0Wfr Investigation-Committee of all told reaches very'close to three' let travel alone If you'll fast give'hdm
AND SHELTER. you
'
,.tfie 'Southern Gotten AI,oclatlon. 4 -" and aomeUmes four hundred miles. room on the'madMistottune .

::: _,, No Recommendatlona : On this Journey water* holes are far can make the humblestof
Strange Life of These Chronic HeRe. al14'
apart nncertalnwTanches minute
very are' stars In a

\ ,, j 1 Thecpmmlttto ct: tie'eout.hern.Co'. " boei-Prey 'Upon ,"nchm.n"enge scattered and the network of trails so ?FJLrINT than us the see-bast more astronomers i can find In +

; ouf' One Who Was Orderedto Interwoven by the' feet of prospector
ton.Association, which met In Atlantato a mile
1m lnigrnt'Ve sel Leave-Crimes -They Commit and of !burros that they become a ver.l- It seems hard to live without Hope;
,Investigate charges against officers table maze to the man who.doee not Hope td be a deceiver.
weknow
The'Tramp Prospector but since
,
Goes of the aszoclaUont made Its findings- '-* keep close watch on ,, themyear by r ; can't we pull through V

,to Bottom/ Thursday and submitted It to Presi What would you-'Who feed an occasional year To make this circuit requiresat without. why him?-Atlanta, Constitution '\ 1
hobo from )your back door-. least nine months of tile year- from
dent. Harvie Jcrdan. who, will lay it wonder at his late \
etep and feet worn from September. October'to the last DAZED WITH ,
RAIN.The
before the executive committee at the tramping over stew miles ot ....1I1.ld of May, For the remainder of the year

WRECKED ON ROQKS national Association: at an early.a day roads, his clothes grass strewn from as has (been said the, tramp loafs Sufferings of a lati en of OIJbpia. *
_: : K sleeping In haymows, think of a-tramp around some border town where, he
as' possible, .1 rio 'covers hdada'edsot, miles' year has to behave himself; ropes and telegraph Decoration! for Dining Ro m. .."'asia.

The finding";Jof; the spedafcommlti- whose feeding''places ,are>> from twenty- poles'.and willing men 'are too the Tho em'.1t'Japanese umbrellas afford floral Li. S Qorham of'' G18 East 4th St.Olympla .
.foundation
tea strongly condemns the act of Secretary -, five to fifty miles apart whose waterIng I near at hand ,for. ,the commlttlng"'of; decoration In the for a'very dining .room.pretty Suspend . Wash., says: "Six years ago
places are equally dlstantTromeach crimes and was soon
cold
\ I got wet and took ,
Richard Cheatham In speculating the umbrella from the chande-
Awful' and Pitiful other-In short whose-bed and It Is the:lonely ranches on the desert nat'In'' bed, suffering
Seines ,e\-cn; 1f It was for &/another per. that tier over the table, fill It with daisies thy'
beat so to' speak,, are. the-vast floor. suffer most from this class tortures with
Occurred as Unfortunate IOU, ius Mr. Cfaenthom contended of the desert? of -wanderers.. Coming. to the ranch or other wild flowers so they will back.,, E".r1'!)"'

I It also states that It can find no Yet there' Is such house hang over, the edgeahd< also .partly 1
i. Men. Women and .Children '' exactly a class they Insolently demand food and m.l1t.caused an ago
bouquets
conceal the handle. Have tiny '
reasonable excuse 'for Mr. Cheatham real tramps, yet' as different from the clothing; and they get It, too If they nizing pain and the .
of about'
the the
Met'Their Doom. using the word "secretary"in: signing tramps of cities as day Is from night do not ,the' haystack\ Is burned that same flowers persistency of It exhausted

Individual checks, as- fie did when tramps with nothing to do but eat. night or even the house Is set on flre. table. This Is an, exceedingly pretty me, so' that "

making payments to the bucket shops They do not have 16 beg;; food comes If the- family depends on a spring of decoration when the table .Is set for for a time I was dazed

A special from This It la stated meets with" the to them through fear. They do 2tOt. water as likely as not the water hole luncheon with' dollies and no cloth and stupid. On the
,
Cartage Spain, strongest .condemnation"by the committee have to search out sheltering barns at will be filled with stones 'and earth;; In permitting the polished the \cowers surface to be reflected.' advice 'of.a friend I

ejays: A terrible marine disaster oourred = ;, nightfall; a greasewood bush'll their frequently springs along the trail are began Using Doan's t
shelter.the sands of the desert their eo,treated when the thinks yA.w'oman Pillsand soon
The tramp that Kidney i
Saturday evening off Caper same findings are made In refer For Cooling the-R6om.
booth one' of: his enemies is for the better. 'The.
likely noticed change
ence to A.FaIrchild., manager of to.pass who has travelled In India ,
Palo.' The Italian i steamship In spite of Its arid
Slrlo wastes In spite that way In the near future and depend kidney secretions had been, disordsred'and
tho bureau
publicity who
admitted suggests one of daintiest
that the
waysof
from Genoa for Barcelona. Cadiz Montevideo. that he a' of the discomforts and: the., positive on the presence of water In the ,irregular, and contained
owned stock In bucket is.
keeping cool In
shop. room summer
.
and dangers ttf which even'well equipped tank for himself and -bis-stock.. ., t heavy.sediment in a ,week'stime
, Buenos Ayes with about ,The committee mll.ke.no, recommendation travellers on'the'' by hanging curtains'of an; Eastern
'' desert are subjected One Incident of this kind may be the urine was clear and natural
-lght' hundred persona on ,bo.l'd'wN' believing .that a simple findIng says the San Francisco Chroniclethegreat told to Illustrate'the devilish schemes grass.which Is now procurable here In again and the passages regular.
'
k :wrecked oft Hormlgas Island.,' was.all that was within Its power. sandy plain Is'come: .to have a these fellows concoct. neW'manttger' the window's. These curtains are Gradually the aching and eorneti&
By far the part of the whole species of all Its own' not all' drenched In water. The air, passing
spiciest tramp
Three hundred. Immigrants, most, was sent to the borax plant on the left my back and then the l mae.ss. '.
through the moist la not only
> ;<<.,them Italian and Spaniards,; were investigation' developed- 'when outgrowth from civilized places but'an northern rim of Death Valley He wasa grass I used six boxes to make sure of a"
star witness Holland Curran "was originationof: :Its own, 'an Interesting' moarexollenCman-for cooled but also ellghtly.perfumed; with (
drowned . thework In cure and thetrouble' bas neverTe*
Oriental li
The called upon to testify' before>> the commit 88'well ,.1 .novel branch of a worthless band: but rknew nothing of the an odor which peculiarly turned." '
r' captain of the steamer oommit. people refreshing. In lieu of the grass a -
,Med, suicide.Tha toe. Curran Is' bookkeeper for R. tribe. with whom he was to deal, and the Sold by all dealers. 60 ce t5abox.
remainder Sledenhurg; who'had a brokerage of- Even Death Valley th!jnbst bal rent first tramp who came along was roughly piece of flannel dipped and wrung out Foster-Mllburn Co., BuffalovJN* T.WMMl .
of the passengers' of cqld water be hung over the
and dangerous of all desert known to may fl '
flee :In Atlanta. ordered to "get out and out.- M WMB M W>
-and toe officers and crew v stay window -New York Sun.
got'- screen.
away When; told .to tell all he knew that civilized man has Its hoboes who wan- Now the road over which the borate : Most people who are satisfied with
In the shtp's-bosu-or-were: t rescued der up and ,down its dismal length from this particular themselves don't want much.
could plant hauledto ,
help the Investigation, Mr. Cur was
by>> means of boats sent to. them fromthe through all seasons of the year ,sav the 'refinery F"l"nllhlng'the KitchenKitchens ? u .
was long and
said dry and
ran, : ;
shorn the hottest part cC the summer. the are frequently overstock.

_t A number of fishermen, who made sent..'1 "will*"do so with Cheath m's con The very headquarters of all "*.deser at...pecesaary company had Intervals placed, keeping wooden tanks them ed. Early learn that this department HEAD COVERED WITH: HUMOR.

f Hv4attempts 'at rescues were drowned trampi are In some small town on,the filled with water and depending should contain only what\ Is in actual

Those, rescued from the vessel are, Afr. Cheatham Jumped up from his borders of the region over which they them for the use of the on i' use. Never acquire the habit of buy- B.th.r.d VVIth: It hlBf For. Lom( TiKBtnckr __ .'

o 'vow.at Cap's Palos in a pitiable contd1ttoD. chair and shaking his finger at the wander. Daggett has more than Its 'and their drivers. The wagon teams: Ing from peddlers, or ;your rooof will ...., Mow Completely

t beings without:tood-or/cloth- .wltneds he' exclaimed.angrily: / share of them. 89 also has Rands- gered and revengeful at his tramp treatment, an- be clogged with seldom-used articles. ; W.ll-C.r.
lag -f "Vou 'are just here for a trick.This, burg Johannesburg Ivanpah, and all set out along this road and for Before buying: know why ;you are '"After using Cuticur Soap Ointment '

aisle".truck reef thing has 'been tried on me before, the-'rest of the scattered settlementsthat hundred miles one' spending. On the other hand do not and PilU, 1 am very glad to wy 1 am''
The rocky known emptied tank. '
a every The
and I am tired of It. You are .just4xxlato dot the level plain. They are not 'result can better be forswear the'ekl.ral: which simplify entirely relieved of that itching humor of '
aaBaorHarmtgas and sank at"tsr,4 Imagined than 7
soon -> described labor th. head and scalp which I WM bothered
numerous; these foot travellers yet In such as vegetable cutters potato
play the
\ at do ,
; stern'llfat" Hui uiigas Island".lies1 wrong game ; the next wagon train out, two with quite e. length of time. 1 did not
proportion to the population they are slicers,etc.,. ays; the Boston Her
F you understand huge desert the ('ui Remeilies
about 2 1-1 tnllea to the eastward of wagons, drawn by twenty i use Gura more than
Cape Palos. "' Mr. Cnrraa flushed up angrily.and probably as plentiful as their brethrenof mules and handled by two men corn-* ald. Keep 70ur.eyes open for any ,three t4me before 'I begin to get better
: said: the.Coast are around San Franciscoand log to the first tank and thing new thaL-wlIl perform a task and now I am completely well. 1 suffered
'I the finding no
fiefore he committed' suicide IJDB Angeles. .better than can now do It. The with that burner \ head and
you
lit. on y <<
Jo. 'Tben I take : Cheatham's silence water pushed on to the next the '
hadiit' ; by
captain ddolarea-the'atsdmer Their methods of operation are vastly kitchen-llke. the "mlnd-Ihould bea found BO relief until I took th. Cutirara
;' '"1 ''passengers-"on board' and that ha- as'consent'and I,will tell .all Ifcnow. time they-reached that the men were be' It..edie. 1 think 1 used eVveral cakes
"_ different from those of the Coast well growing one, wllllDg to Incorporate
nigh crazed with thirst, but. no of Cuticura Soap, three boxes of Ointment
, numbered 127 meat.'The-Slrlo hoboes. Leaving Daggett, Ivanpah or new ideas and to take advantage
tcrew "'! haron't watejr awaited them there and ,and two .U of PilU. I
they ,
given my consent, said on Ti a. doing
'
find 670 passengers ,wen leaving Oevioa whatever little town they have cumbered of all that the progress of science, and
Cheatham. dragged their weary bodies until It is all I pn to i publish the'Cutieure Kerne- s'
but''addltlo ankh during tire months of greatest skill make possible.A '
W pasienjrers dies for' done
: what presumed abandoning the team they ey "an me good, and I )
Mr Curraa ,
proceeded to tell
onboard at Barce- heat some time'In late September or '
taken .
f were \ wandered away and died. know th y wil) do other the mc. Mrs.Mattis .
... 'lona, where.the vesserrtomched, a few he clal'tued he knew. and It was that October they strike out alone- across The and the- New Treatment 'of Shelves.. I )(Mortoniville Ky.. Juno
/ wagons mules the latter .1a07"D.
hours before. Mr Cheatham. bad bought..cotton ru'tares the desert One peculiarity qf this quite were found two, The Vide shelves. at the back of 12, ?
dead weeks
*". The dluster''"'occurred at S o'clock three'times'at his oXLce. ell.88"oC tramps 'Is that they never later but not even the skeletons of -deep closets may be turned Into won- ""'
"He cam to the efllce stated- the move about In companies Indeed one affairs Korean Laws.
,
Saturday afternoon. The steamer was the men were!, eve seen. The desert derfully convenient : rr. other
witness "and said he to desert hobo Is usually the sworn enemyof lie Core / must be a'nice'place to live
shelves
threading a difficult passage through wanted, open keeps Its secrets better) the Inserted between the two ,
the Hormlgas group-where the, Ba- an acount. He dud ,so,1; and, in' a fewday. all the rest of his kind. For cloth- and this was ,one of the Men sea of-..three shelves which are -usually in Here Is a list of penalties for
followed
asked In Ing they have such things as they, can , considered'' the various crimes, according to 'Corean .
Joej Hormlgas reef,Is a continual men- we .what naine to put ,, the tramp 'some ian be was co enough. Jf shelves are .
the Account and he said: 'Oh. Mike beg, possibly a few earn a little money caught. The men'who run all the way f rota floor' to ceiling law; #
:ace Jbinavlgatlon.: j ''will he -asked': j during their months of "idleness ln him the closet be Wade sat Treason Man Decapitated, torothS !
The vessel began to settlerr'apldlyImmediately' do.'Mike who? was still live "on the desert; I have seen may even more '
the town and spend'that for clothing er with male.relatives to the fifth de-
Have drawers
she had struck and '. ,and.he said "Jones was agood, name, II one of them, but none can remember isfactory.' shallow made .
but as a rule they are garbed In more gree. Mother wife and daughter
to fit the shelf spacesletting them be
and so the account whether they '
now stands on 'caught, this
/terrible;:scene of confusion and pantoeusus particular
: different colors than was --Joseph poisoned or reduced to slavery.
board. The fishermen alongtbecoaat' 'our books as Mike Jones, I did not hue. tramp or not Possibly a pile of bones light weight; so that lifting drawer
d on though of more subdued and Its contents Treason Woman)>>hloned-, '
could out of the closet
: sought, to render<,every 'a.. Intend to testify In this case until Over his back the desert tramp teirif It could speak for, short Murder Man-Decapitated. Wife

vtntaaoe In their power and set out In 1 read the editorials Mr. Cheathamhad slings 'a gunnysack,, in which are"a shrift tramp Is meted to the man, be he do need this not wire necessarily netting-be tne a strong burden.kind To polioned. ; Y tl
or mineowner
boats; which brought many survivorsAsftore wrlten, about the men' in my couple ofempty tin cane, a'beer bottleor who meddles -Js sometimes used In a framework of Murder Woman Strangled or
business, calling them 'low down. I such food he with water on the desert Jore>> valuable -: '
of water and as
tM'ollcer. two
Moot of and crew *
than wood the front made entirely or wood poisoned. ,/ -
gold It Is, and ;
oC the Wrto are':amoD&' the'saved.' know,he was low down himself If hr can beg or steal Thus equipped, usually , human lives when worth many to keep dust out. Even' a home car- Arson, Man Strangled or poisoned ,
thrown
in the
said we for he has been' dealing without a of sort, he balance -
.condition of the survivors* were weapon any : penter can build this stationary'cabinet Wifepoisoned '

;rtnbst deplorable. They :have lost everything in.a double-facelt manner. I don't Invades a country which has brought On the desert, too. there.is another ..and the comfort of such an arrangement Neon Woman Poisoned.,

and are without money food jet peOple throw mud at-" me without more men to death than any other I kind of_tramp, by no means a crim. cannot, be overestimated Theft Man- -Strangled, decapitatedor
In the world outside the
.clotbinl'Tbe, maritime authortttuI'of throwing' some myself; equal area '4Usually anal and yet one of the most InterestIng The top drawers 'which are' bard to banished.'Wife reduced to slavery;

/ '.cartapn have' dispatched ''a tug Dr.. 3.'M.: Crawford,toolt the stand great battlefields.his)first stop will be some characters of the whole west.-the get at. nay,,serve as receptacle. for confiscation of' all property.

to: the:.ceDe':.carrying relief supplies ,He, said he was a'stockholder In the twenty-are miles out at a desert ranch tramp prospector. He makes the easiest the things you need to disturb but Desecration of Graves-Decapitated, ,

<:7The .buildings of a circus and the Piedmont exchange and be was always on'a solitary mining camp. On the living of any' man In the world, not aeldoma'p.rty frock for"Instance together 'withmale relatives to the ,

':ipoorhouae are' being used as tempo-, positive .that Mr. Cheatham owned way he travels as slowly as his food excepting the, promoter ,"of wild-cat of-f.l4.,trpe that should, not "be hungup. fifth degree. Mother wife. and daughter .,..,

vary quarters, for.'the. survivors. ;stock, although" be'h&4 never saidso supply will let him, The cactus fruit mines And. like the 'promoter he But their arrangement will workout poisoned. ,'

From,,the broken narratives of the directly. I Is ripening, about the time of year In lives. by fleecing the 'credulous. The according, to Individual: need. i: Counterfeiting Strangulation

terror-stricken survivors,Jt 'would ap- One.of the most interesting state which he reaches the cactus fields and tramp prospector Is forever' discover- decapitation. .' wfte 'poisoned.. -Ll1n! '{

0', pear;thstit; was.'the Intention of the menu"'made by Dr. Crawford and this helps him a blf on his way and Inc a fa ulouJI7. rich pros'bectBack "/ Warn sd6vel"Dishes. ./, < pool Post '

;+ ,captain.! of the 'Slrlo, leaving Barce- which caused some amusement..,w&lL there are huge ehuclcawallahs (lizards from the heart of the desert he comes, 'The careful housekeeper never ,. j

-' JOTOL. to call.at Cadfi-'before-prooeed- '"Mr.Cheathana'told me'one"day thai of two feet In length 'or more wjth edible laden with .samples, supposedly from' wastes' any left-overs, but tllze. -I A .New Way to Europe. .. ,

!Dc to',BrasiL ''):he captain, In ,order his association and paper were on| bt tails) to be had for the killing, and hill new discovery but really picked upon aide them'Inr> the. preparation of appetizing: A route across'' the Atlanta /wblib % Y1

to shorten the. route,, and gain time the, greatest! drawing cards I of the with these he can live for'some time -the dump of some established mine. dishes. Ian majority Jrf cases; would! greatly 'shorten the ocean f.
..,. ,
Aned'wlth such dlahe a good as a basis.
sauce
"
..."'gjurposed to pass as close as possible age and that onJ$ that morning i he on a small actual ration.. these It is little trouble voyage Is being discussed In Eng
." the' had received apile of orders rom Where Bight overtakes him he sleeps for him to enlist the help of some man Dark foods usually require brown land. It is proposed to utilize the
> 'to dangerous rocky ledges sur { w
the farmers." .* ,and by dear experience he knows whichwater with more money than knowledge of sauce, 'light-colored meats or vegetables harbor of .Oalway, situated on the
rounding, the Hormlgas Islands the desert to develop the,-mine." aJ'white sauce. Here are two\ .
witness holes he can'depend-on yet'tocontain western coast of Ireland and run a- "+
said he the
,Without any w ami eg and while run. The thought HII- which- will the'basis
ftl'llt serve as
n
'the life giving fluid 8flonld demand .Is, of 'course of many
I a- line of express steamers between'
4 silng at., full speed'' the, Slrlo crashed 'secretary ,was acting In a dotlble-faced "grub-stake. sauces! .
,,
one of these "tanks" fair him In time This 'WIll, consist of a there and St. John's, on the coastof .'
-<..pon' the rocks, with terrific,, force. manner and ,ought to..." exposed, of exceptional drought he must pushon burro or two, If the man can be talked Brown sauce.-Heat half' a. pint Newfoundland a distance of 1816 \ 't

.A few'' minutes titer the stern of to the next one or retreat to the out of them a sack'of bean., bacons I of good soup stock or gravy when miles, while .the rest of the ourn.,. .
.
the ,"....I.l8.Dk, beneath the warts. CAaH'"OR .OUTHBRNV-COLLEQE8 settlement whence he came.: If'either flour molasses ,and cooking'utensils neither are>> on hand use water though to New York could be made for most i .

"'" 1'he'yasaengen'I were la a state of -- of these Is too far for him to reach he as well as other, things needful in the the result Is naturally not quite so of the way by fast trains It Is believed .

E; orror and panic. Crowd rushed forward ,'General Educations\ '! Beard Distributes- dies, as many, of his kind have died In work he says be Is going;to under good. |Ja another.saucepan melt and that the trip from London to ;.

; '- '"pushing each other and fighttig Donation of Ileckef.l" .r., the year.. -that are gone, 'unctred. for take.. Thus provided the- prospectorsets lowly brown one tablespoonful of butter toe' American metropolis could thus J.

,'* for>plac.es In'the bow,of the boat: JL; New York',dispatch says:' ':The by man or beast for not even the dogs put camps at some well bidden or 'clarified fat. Add one slightly be shortened by at lesst'a day From ,;

anr'/ell, and were trampled to .education of ,the desert will accompany theae-|.water. hole] and'thgre spends his time heaping tablespoonful of flour and stir New York to Southhampton almost I't:.

,.deathDQxens ""ofmen' and ..women, general board,, has recently o tramps bn their' Journ y..' Teamsters until the grub-stake gives out, until browned. Gradually' add.the hot t.wte1I-a. far as from -Oal..a. to 8t f.i; '.

threw themselve" Into';the, aen? ;I made 'conditional appropriation and. prospectors do lIot 'stop ""to'bury r liquid, stirring' continuously until John's-:-3116 miles; while the distance .' ',
? crowD the trawls of the John'D. Rockefeller the tramp when his body Is found; : Clever Mother Wood-Duck smoothly thickened. Season accord- from New York t.
to Liverpool,
.
..,. ." foundation ot |10. X>,000' for which U not often;..the sun and the I How does the mother wood-duck get Ing to the leftovers which are to be ,3M5, miles- .

SHIP' IS" rEVIBJ-AOEN., higher education ;to ,nips colleges"' Indifferent storms of'the boundless space take her brood oftwelve to eighteen duck used wltl1' salt. pepper.' onion Juice \ Ii;.

',., ,rifilndeflnlte f'steamer --. Quarantine parts ot, the United care of him when' he die; as"; Indeed lings from her' hollow tree to the herbs,or apices. '".' MBTO' TBOt1DLr'I'd r

"} HeT< did In'life .. creek? Hunters
States, to'IS1J.JOO.The; they fishermen, and nature White sauce. fleat a half pint
j ...,th. Mississippi. gifts ,.are' conditional qn the colleges But If.the water hole toward which .tud.I1U"have tried to answer of milk. :Melt a tablespoonful butter Change From Coffee to I'oet.an.
contain plenty of water this question and are .........:
he tramps -
A, New Orleans: special says; The and, unlrei si ties' ralslag three times does many the guesses In a saucepan; without browning, '
'Wfaltehail has. 1Oufcea he ,will sometimes camp near It for .at th, riddle Mr William Brew. add one tablespoonful1' of flour stir I ""Postum; has done a world of good
from much from other '
teamer Oolong as I'' ,, '
,
,.. ; ; .. several days To these springs, too. ster watched an.Amerlcaa''solden..e for two minutes without( coloringOraduailj' for me," writes an Ills man.'
-the''h 'Among Instltntloas and 'the ,
'
losers declared a menace to "_Baltli come occasional.' prospectors'alone thathad a' nest In the. hollow tree add. the hot milk stirring '1've had Indigestion nearly all my 1

P+ot: all, ,ports, and orders. were given amounts they will receive are: Tulane save ,for< their, faithful bal'l'o.' When overhanging. : the xrater, until he heard' until smooth aDd thick.' Season< and life,'' but never .dreamed coffee. 'was

1." 'may''the,.state.board -of health to hold t1ui eraltl'. New OrleanMTS.000;r wore one ,of'these- .whose "grubstake was her, after she had made an Inspection simmer for" five minutes. 0Shephe'rd' the cause of my trouble until last

IndeOBately at guar ''ford College Spartanbnrg, ft. C. f ZS.. extra large disappears, his taking otfIs : of the ,surroundings utter a "quack" spring I got w'b, fd I was in misery r
,, \Oier Mississippi 000; furman, University, Qreenvllle. usually. charged to the Flutes.'. More that brought'hep' brood' pell-mell out Ple.--Chop;: some cold ,all the time. ,
'
;Gant4lo.station, The Whitehall' has. : $15,00h( 'Wake Forest.College. I 'tOld by old desert 'men, of the cooked mutton quite fine. Measure 1
8: C.. $ ; ; often so am ;, tree, and'I tumbling down Into "A) coffee drinker, for<10 years It

) ,wow of the worst' fever epidemics,on ,Wake Forest N..c..1,&;..Howard some tramp has'felled him with a stone the water A. recent magazine, writer and for each pint add salt and pepperto'taste'a Irritated pay stomach and nerves, yet,

,, .shipboard In 'the'records of tropical College Birmingham.; Ala, uIOOOr; 'Knd.then, after robbinghis saddlebags says'he-has:, seen the young, ducks half teaspoonful, 'of onion Iwas; JUI L crazy foirjL' 'After drink-

"""hlpln.g.-'"having arrived ;off'New Or- Southwestern ;'UDinaatty.Jacuoa.; .'or the'pack on his burro, pushes on into climb out ct the hollow down the tree Juice; a dash of curry; powder'; and A lag It,wi my m. I...-r'' would leave a "

Cleans, with ,an;; outbreakcpf hap'.. Tenni f 15 ))00.,and Mlsslsslpl,College, the heart of the desert,''. It Is days and walk to the water,.-, which 'wasnearpy. half pint of brown sauce. Mix' and the ,table. 0 out 4&d lose my'meal,
..... before the dead miner Is discovered, .' .' Other believe spread In a greased dish. Cover 'With'a and, the
.. CUoton.. Miss, H5,000.BOOKKEEPERgaOEi.' . that the |Tee, too. .ThenI'd be as
: sometimes the days run 'Into ...k., moth.r' carries, them'' la l1er'' bill taking thick la1.r of !hot'-mashed potato, hungry AI vet '

"1t1ipi EY':.AND FRANCE QUARREL. and then all trace of'the murdertc has them .by their wings; others, that 'dabbling,the top with..a little, beaten ','A'trie advised m.'to.qult Jf cofPostui a

,t", WRONG. been'covered,up' and he Is somewhere she carrt s' them'on'b.f back.. -: Country ' egg yolk.. Brown In a quick.'oven. fee and a-said U cured

:., .....-.J .Between. ''Them; .tr.ane4 ... ._ 'tar out on the winding white trait Jiving .. Life,In'm' rlca. Italian fritters.-Take 'one. 'cup- him. Sin |taking his advice I re- 1tale. '

t.Owr.JT.poll. ;. Jl'r.ntlw.QuMt!....,'1t'' J1ldon. Maae, way f,Wlthrty123,00q.f; .' ., ",the food hecommitted, ab"aw*" lot of sifted flour, the yolk of one mJ' f and Jgef all the good1' -,

-.y't., trained relation ,have,, artssn.,be- 'Company's' Cis",. '* 'e tul crime to get.J J\ ; :Tee Busy. eg*, .0 le teupooeful'of'vinegar'bee opt of It: a [ don'( have those awful:

... '(preen ,Praae* .ad ,Tnikey tover .thf 'Clifford 8a )Hlxtoni new man' I teaapoooful 'of ''olive oil or <.imelted I, :hungry ape 4 4

.IN8t..Of! """ .41 ,adjacent', 't4;'',the' bookkeeper'for' the -Union Trust';com- 'tart out from Daggett frequently runs doesnt;'seem to.have de..elope4.All" butter' and enough, cold water to mix' I .I.ohaa fro coffee;to.:Yostnin'

asSk ........' '..Tarkisa., troo/s<', iro7'oaciiiiva ,any :0t'Pkttpllagb;' ,,JG.Tjali;,charged entirely around' Death Valley, From aooC'polata yet' ' to a, batter, that;, \rill',pour ,from,, .. without, aD fcoufcle .whatever, ,felt k

Jr. the 'disputed territory .wlthenb atWment,; and.;bU'... ,la,'fixed Paimia they go'out to the China Ranch ";JunloRParenetLNot;! 'be hasn't -!-had' spoon. ,Add the.stlfffy' whipped white I .better from |(rst'day I drank it t )b

ths groUBdi i bt Twrtrey' .. gsueenOntyTripoli. .at.. .''!(J.ooo., l ,,1. 'lit 0*. )i to, :.Resting Spring::thence ; o* time'' : : ' -' and'-r set: away for two.hours..' ''Into ..I 'am,w,1I no.1" the credit" to ;

.\ .':i'Jtanoe'e. prgtestwasefeetlve ton ;i,1..ld., to"'have made a across low lava hills Into the Fussed -'.-'Senior. PartDer--Huo't had time this dip' nieces of cooked' meat 6r"vegatables latnm" given byPostMia 'I ,c'Co

deer the Turklakjambassador at 'ooafeMlon1n'; ; which! h t says his Creek'oouptry: and down'to the old 'Junior Partner-No; he spends moat. : ; abd try brown ,In,deep amok- .; Mich.. Read the .
.:. : to about borax: works at the north-end of .the of )hls .time.explaining .his ,mistake.PhUadelpb1& lug hot fat.-Cornelia.C., Bedford la Battle ''u. n
IOI'tq..Ul.mouat $ "' ""
,......... receiving instruetioas"'to. : maln-. ; : he'n..pecnlat.d';; -*' ltir valley. ''From"there'it, to a. short' and ':edger' t. ;!the'New York Mail ,;' fit le... ROad' to Welltll1" 1.

':sly the turkieh'claims..' V l' ,4* I, OOO.He/i"' /: s .w' ; I a reason. ,t?<. jjI'' .

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S A H.ppyfi.rlthewghL' :,;/ ,. Idel.;food for:children.. unltatlea.! fit' MR. W..I. IEUUN1 .

,,_ The story of a proposal by telephone /1 .. '" ':: 5'.f WEST nWIUli .. t ;t

'II 'recorded by a"'vrlter ,In the Phil ,fJl.. i..I..I'i'ti; ; young1. man 'who '
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.adelphia'PubUO' ,Ledeer,, Pete, a .colored : ;PRICE'SWHEAT had esll.d'atthe, deck door' OD'N.y- MURES II....' tl K

youth wa very bashful. and OT day, !'I have' tk* pl*..ur*'.of 'intro

having decides, first. that be wanted dvclag to yea omr 'aw. automatic

.,Mist Johnson for his wife, and 'second FUUUC MOJOIT. honse.laniag maahto. -a alawto little

that he dared not ask her' In thing wi Ie" does the wfcoH.work..ofhous

person, he had 'recourse to the telex ',. *..easdaaV'l: *v1ag to 'yo* merely:

phone. H* rang her upat the home FOOD' the general supervision** 'The New

elf* her employer and inquired:: Orleans Pleayunn' records '''the.,,eonversatloa. -

:, "Is dat you Miss Johnson ,

-r....""came: the reply/ makes the children, plump' and! "DoIt', mil., hey?" demanded'',the :

"Weil. Miss Johnien,,I's got a mos'. woman 'of the house. "W1H It wish *

Important question to ask, 'you.*'" ,strong; and prevents sour stomach -. the outside of the up-stalr wta o..r. ds

-'. "Yaaa" "WII,,- no madam: but-'**

"Will you marry me, Miss' John- and constipation. The best "Will It tak* sown, wash; stretch
Sheep Extuminet.Thi.tiss. broadcast about 600 'pounds. of kalnit .

In this ago 'of experiment the report and 200' poundXof' nitrate of soda per onT" Who II It please fpCnd'" (or' growing children, lrk curtains to'dry.l0iLrand L 'haac'up' th.parlor*:

.",. Acre! turn'back the soil and "fait .for 7u. ,
'performance of<.a. Michigan farmer 1.worth' ; valids and the aged. "Welt of oa s*-this machineM'Will
rain. When the rain come It Will wash u
trying. He' was working his '
; It, gild the chandeliers.paint
sheep In connection with an effort to the salty' fertilizers into the soil and .manentlyonred FITSSt.TItea'DsaneNervoeu by Dr..Kline'Great DI i aaes Nerve per- 10 cents a package.For the kitchen, make .daughter' help

kill Canada thistle. He put home salt kill the maggotsbeside* stimulating Rmtotwr. S3" trial bottle and troaUee free.. sale by ala 8roeere with' the dishes, persuade my husband .
as near the crown of each thistle a* the plant to fresh' vigor and thus help Dr.H. B.Kline, Ld.,081 AYchSt.,Phil*.,' .... to be contented with cold' din-.

.atbl.. In this the sheep ,were them to" overcome the effect of thePeata.Fann.en' '
po way 11I&I1/ D8tIao'cetout the screens and patent
A .'wlte.may bet his bettor bait .
Journal.What .
Home
induced to eat the-Willies close to'the I' . *
but he-usually does all she betting., euAaArS them npr _
ground. It Is seldom n.eenary.to deal ,----- I ftl. "Oh madam this machine _

1ft with the case the second year.Fertiliser of,the Horse t. na Will It take down the parlor store '

'CO -' During the'lasty ear It Ie stated'on au- teetBlng.sott)(n.Winskrw's Soothing Syrup,rednoeslnflamiii for Children.. BANK DEPOSIT and set up'the refrigerator, wash the
$5 000
.*. thority that over 25,000 automobiles for wona1Ly.palnoureswtnd colic,1I o.bottle ....,......'.. .Takes winter bedding and PUt'' It away,[lay .

A maa must use fertilizers ItoteJlifently tra'Ye1'an4 hauling have been sold and A'' fool tries to get- square with,others uoae/A.ALA.A.AsUN.IUCd.LLaQrs.L c1:. down the fun with moth balls, paper' 4H'.t

or he will throw away a great gone into use.- 'The prediction of the but' the wise man spend 'his 0.. the hall bedroom wash down the pa,
of them. It Is absurd per la the .bathroom, wash- fold
deal
money upon
manufacturers of these power'wagon* of other
tine In blocking the atempts
: The Final Touch.'
the
starch and .Iron and
-for a farmer to purchase a fertilizer and'' carriages' for several ha put away
year
to get with him.-Chicago
" and put, it upon land that be beea "the passing of the horse,. while square Anabelle family clothes, darn patch and sew
New. It known Hobbs
that
'A was On buttons wash dishes set.three
needs fertilizer .
does not know in
fact the
w* really dui aorasi"passing"
see bad made a good match, from a worldly -, meals a day and pacify the'house-
gas should not expend u.. dollar ,laarUllsera moretrequentlythan ,
/ WI he know .what kind he ever.'everywhere and the Is there'...*' not. point of view; Just how good. bow'ever holdr"No. ,
cry ITS MERIT 1 IS PBIVEBM6WB realiseduntil.th *
nobody In HlllrtlU fully misunderstood "-
hare
weds. If his land is rich in a cerWa.Iemt enough horses to -supply the demand. madam you .
return of-. Dabene'* mother *,
the limitations of this machine.
j be will bm throw
: money away A* we have said several time before
U he buy fertilizers. put on his the power vehicle like all other advancing -* OF A MEAT MEBIfiHKA. from a visit to the new home. {1I'> UmlUUoasr demanded the woman ": '"

"1 mess there's nothing Anabelle It has A. Cold .t A yvITS Ue ..
land. Wasting money in this way: is to of the ho-ase. "X guess + o/ Veer, .
one_of the penalties of not knowing the movements, came' supply Frecninen daobiaatl. w__''tell. can't have It she takes the notion. limitation.' It will be' a lone time .etally<.. Hot Water,UVeryTonia .
demand for movements
more rapid to eM
BIt l..s Ilr.w wa 4us UtsaIJ
a.w Lydia &. Ptakbasa'. V..MabIeao.tR09M aid Mrs. Hobbs with a lgn of satisfaction. yet before any maa will get up a ma.chine ,
IndianapolisPoUto ivew. just as the steam railway-came to facil- 7W Bseh Cam "... Wised
;'! itate more' rapid transport, than the Oomptctely Cured Her. "'1, tell her abed ought to that will do all a woman .hat 80 Aboui 11.' .
how reason, for of course, Henry will Um..r
Saved $22 Per Acre.In stage afforded,, and like the electric L'dieL to do in houserteaalag
Spraying The PInkham' '
great
get kind of wonted to her afiel'w1111. a h.'took a fret*' mouthful of tacks Hoe. L W. H.X.rbaugb, <.nibsr
the effort jo make potato spraying , roads to accellerate hourly demands ''Yegetabl Compound is dotug'" among ., and not be quite *o ready: and went back to the dining-room WTVa. LegUUtai ., 9M AUi street, X.s .
for travel whlda-steam trains the women of America 1* attra sting & '
two''or writesBil
popular among the farmers of.the with all her Washington,, D..GV ,
r but now be takes* up '
/ carpet and the faded sadly
the attention of of our loading t. agent ,
et.te. the'New York Experiment station three time day did not supply. The dentist and many whim. What do you suppose- his "JVu_<...*..*"........dword
people
thinking ,
.. at tleneva.kasbeen, carrying on stage. Indeed, has "passed," buy the ., gcnerally. last gin was?"' away, ? .t *U f(.*.*/ 9'JrVr' ""*>_.......- re.e
co-operatlva teats with farmers In all horse supplie' a place and demand WMl seals .M*.*..I''...' Iksvst
The listener dared not venture: a.
neither steam nor',electric road can't.for ,ged 41 ,1.. s *fwMMsnU said aisd
part of the state. As a result of the supposition. I I"I CURB. RATHER THAN PBBVEN-
they with their burdens"aeroealots'a. 6dy r Mft deer.ystse.: I triedlira.
go TION. to
praying carried-on. by forty-one far it road Infields dldnt imagine you would" said .U ...... .1.a.. ........_ s.sd
men on a total of 3d acres tIle aver- were or-on and Mrs. Hobb..wtth.. satisfaction "Ana The Gay aeaU.man-"A. bit, a"ray .. ....,.J .mre.u/w. doe.ss.

age gain due to aprayld :'Was fifty-eight where there are neither track belies always been set oa onions meat for a black .,.,-plea**, mister," Mite.. P.rsradoesrwd.Nstr.apfs= L

bushels per acre at a cost of about $5 nor otber, possibilities for travel; A* ever since she was a child but her Th. Butcher-"Oo'e got'a black -.. -- mew sAse Iery,. and
.
per' acre giving a net profit of about to the automobile ) 'simply supplement pa and I never encouraged her In it, eye?" o'I svee4 us........,01.': , a

$22 per acre after paying the expense a demand for which there are first because they.*mell so..and then I Th. Gay Gentleman-' ,"No one alat '

of spraying. As a result of tbs! not enough hon..to.IUP'I'On..9f,. cost considerable unless '-)'., Bft'lTe been oa th. bust for Oar\ tttar BedeW; Indsyss
they .
too you "lAd falh I tick a swere eoMFwnna It..
the horse ,
good work It Is asserted' that the practice breeding associations says .raise them yourself. .a couple'o days an' Tm Just going begin to bnorov and kept on .*

of spraying i"* ,OD -the incrjas la that the demand for good horses wa "Well. Henry found,4 out how fond I om* toV-n* missus I=The Sketch.. .utU I wu able to dO ..".WII'k.? i
never more urgent than now, and the
New York. v
he Is of 'em and he ordered a half
-"-- 'supply far below the requirements and bushel to be..there' when they 'got '
that
What the Amounts To. farmers are everywhere recognli- STATE UNIVERSITY
fanvisr back from the trip; and then when
ing that the raising of good horses 1*
The department of agriculture estimates I she told him my objections, and he ,
as necessary a* Is that, of other live .: JaYr i 't
that durl Iii-.thb* past'year the stock.' Various conditions have Jog: /;On; knew I was coming be bought a ATHCNB. OA: n . ;...

American1' farmer has produced almost the horse.. surrounded ; IIInt:bottle of that new hyacinth per. DATID. C.: BAmmOW, Oka, *..u.. :/,
trade In the -" .
six and one half billion dollars 'which several year which pessimistic men put Th following l.tterisfonly! one"o: turnery and put it In the guest-room SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL "

1* more than, the National debt of the sold tram)' thousands which are on Ale In for me. .. iNSTfeUCTJrott'too
woulcJ.rl0l181.hamper this In
United States, and woutld buy half the < the Flnkham office and ro to prove 'When .1 got that on. why Anabelle s.'
dustry. Among these BOtcalled bad that E. Hsndrad acre .-.' 100,000 given by Legislature: for ImpNy_..... '
railroads In the country His business beron; question Lydia PinkS might have the whole o' that BOABJfr
features were the electric' street railways baut's Vegetable Compound must be a onions AND BOOM aio.00 A MOUTH. MO MEU. One-Tear and Vonr-Tes Coarse ,j .
that h* does along dairY' iOes amounts '' half-busfael of and I should nev.r BpeeMI
bicycle,and automobile: The .....'. otherwise itcould short eosrse*st* Urn aI1 Term
to more than the combined Iron and remedy of.. -rito", have known It. Here, you smell ay *. Opens SepL IHh.Bead f o*Bslletias describing these
farmer wbd stood: by the horse not produce such marvelous'r.aulte Bourse sad the ...UIw _
Is
now eou
:, .EqbI '
lag
eel Industries andhisnumerous oth o' that* handkerchief and youll see > ,looking,01oyq and 8o co.i.v.
sick' and
reaping the benefits. Buyers are clam- : among ailing women. .
er'UtUe" (T) e.tJU.ue the,same word beyond the 4'Ylintler.imi
upon Fm not speaking a -
Plnkbami"Abwt
oring; for bin supplies at the highest 'I Dear Mrs -,
gift gigantic scaled Who would 'dare' to "
prices'In years, yet they'ar unable to sine moo u.* Ywse a great enf-' l
say that they farmer. Is not an important secure the. tae with fwnate trobbb which cmiwad me I '
nearly number their or- ...., ., h'srd
t.actorla the vast business done by pain- xtrem* survCTtmiai aDd few brim Destroyer Did Not Appear.
York. ders call for. This would Indicate that 11--' ob. from which Uw doctor !
this Witness.
countr1-New the demand has outgrown the supply. iUadtoi.Urr me. I tried Lydia II:. Flnkhun's -

"There is every reason to,believe that Vegetabl Conpoiind, and within a About two. weeks ago, an Indian' :

/ Preventing; Cedar Rust. the outlet for horse ..will continue rah time felt butter and after taking five from one of the nearby reservation OJiUltIJ, TONIC
bottle of ttlwa*entirely eared. Itbmforeheartily
cedar! cam to .town to buy,. a .coffin, H* ; .' ,
t .The disease called rust which broad and price will bl eompe.raU.e17 reoouauiend your Onnpuund *e a ; ,
f' spread* to apple tree from cdar.ap- high and it would seen) that the farmer .plMida female to io.. It makes the mtmtblyp went to the Mohn ft Drl coU'estabilshment -' CURES CHILLS

V<: /ples. commonly carried on 'cedar trees, who raise a good class will make ,a bisMait ried.regular b. to and end.ech without a rsoijdy paint and an.what se where JI.." bought. and" ,. paid ANN' ALL NRA8IAL PCVCVf.mrnnam .

.
and pasture savins, ha*,'beeQ invest-* no mistake." '," many dootem fall to Mp yon..' lampUucd forts; SJO caike . tee .... .......... f.sssb N ,
t.,j :gated at the Nebraska':Station with ''d', , : to reooouBSiBil H to all cud.... wonn.- 'He explained''that no one was dead; ; .............. Mr.YS......eatalMpYrhsrl7Mra

the conclusion that spraying with bordeaux "Treatment' to:r--'Edermlnat." MtLM Suft ?lace, 81'JBaet 8d 'Street. ,, dacuvIf but a daughter of bis was expecttegto W .......... M ssea111sM y rtes .. g..
s.4 Lice. Otdo. die, and be wanted to be ready.for.business Me --.....-...IA&i;; .,...... II ..._
mixture will keep the disease In > Dr. R.'A.. Craig,. veterinarian at tae .you bar suppressed Or painful decided ;Yosirtxis _Ie at Ute ......... ......
if the Great ChIef to
,check making the; 'application .when Purdue experiment,station Lafayette, period, weakness 'of th. stomach, he PCTCB c:*. (te..rN VisaLedsWN.r ., S,.
call jher. However, wanted i, -.
th* cedar- apples .on.cedar trees show, Indigestion ) provision
lips issued bloating, pelvis catarrh .
Ind.. a: bulletin onthe -
treatment
.. that'he could yeturnthe coma
the' followed with another prostration dlssiness,1 faintness .
orange color nervous ..
spraying ten days-or two week of live stock for lice, aDd the dl- .. 't-oars"'and ."want-to-be- andget, his"money back If death failed -: .
> MXI :
later. Iti4-"IO recommended! to destroy rect)gins If followed out will result, In Idit-aloas" feeling,'excitability..back- to enter.hl. home PiedifiibrrtiDemorest.. ::;; : BV?: :& Co.

saving many dollars. Farm stock neb* or the blues, the are sure indication This mornlnelle came' back to {own ,
cedar. trees at to
,' or fteast get that has become Infested with' vermin of female weakness,, or somedeangement'ofthe.rgnaf with the coffin and went around to' $SWtb
41 f
out the cedar apples fors' considerable fffiiftk Stfi Attmti 61
IB' neb.
during the winter months do not thrive get his money back After ''waiting ,
dsisnce around the .orchards. Where 'eases there U one tried and true remedy i 'CQlt '
: -vr '
': distance carried- bra,for apple'cab'etc. >, a show* they. should' and /In the spring. may' -Lydla B. Pinkham' Vegetable Com: around several days for the visit of ge "
\ marked
\I- untbrlftlness. This
the would is ''pow d. the Grim Destroyer,, .eome; the old
same spraying answr- '
especially irue'when stock I.i '. Ga.: .
welt
the rustf ,, not. redman became convinced, that he .
I'. for: J cared for and in young animals) The was not going to, get to use that cof XIBMntorjr. .Ae 4..ie Sad 0oll...... a*
sucking lice are.more harmful than f.rt...lfc eprWd.part-.I.laAn.u *
Turnips for Summer; 'to the I. fin.The l>.Bi..tle ScienceBulticM and fbr iM rzFeaialsle
Turnip? .."raised'.for- biting variety, as the former have girl got better, and Is now as Onltur*. fxllfbtfctIccMICB.. kccJtkfml Mr.tMBdlB .
maybe summer
) .fI" ,, mouth adapted\ to penetrating the i well as'ever and the kclpfal WMlkl edTMtMCC. VUI
father
wa put
.
,:yji use. if they are sawn early enough. skin and sucking the blood of the host i :.................. to all of his extra: pains for nothing. rm ..f M.-wcdiiccdkr.Md aXaUcd Ltor..u.s S crVtl write>. .'.ofectotc "
SSSSSS'aEFH
must be In the cooler
-They grown partsof .hsMgsas5ese.q.. .. ,.
However,4the I IDSnQRE.ST
symptom may' be a : "
.' = Thneit Urn of his people
any J.
f. 'the. )year otherwise they become marked in sheep and other animals ::; r C.' CAMPBELL, Presideft, 7tSaw'
taks a-notion '
to die he is going to Engines
.
bitter. Sown earlyand on moderate'ly i..W e.r. et > a.a.MAew. Boilers.
that are' badly infected with 'biting; : let them! go ahead and shuffle off before OA:. '-1
; tOil
fertile wlU"make Gam:
they quite a lice. In some cases the wool ; i'M EAI.reid.hItili &v.CXPUD' .
or coat
fddltlon be gets a casket, for be'4oe. not Mills "'
ty dealnbe'! to the list of useful becomes matted and Inflamed .

: root, "But ,they have- still further of the animal running, biting as a and result 'NF propose to b* disappointed this 4 AND,ALL lIDS OF MACNINERrJMMMDUTJe
Phoenix'
manner again.- Gazette.
,
.
The'tops make and
use.
a, pot-herb' scratching the parts 'Good'' care during . .0..._. .. C..wcJ'" ......, bra
ti
lose none of thlr ., and' .shrd e .
OUDC .the will -- ,
winter
the .
prevent
lice =
lose .of their .value) CURES.NiNICESTIONNnd lee ".Chicago's New Ceurt House DXLITXMT. .
pone by' beingf7 J :
:
,
from .
_
doing Beet
a.great deal of harm ,.*tfathe. ' eta als.ry.Lmnct rrtce*tmA sees T.rni: ,
cooked with the young 'and tender Chicago has never had much luck,
simpler, remedies, such' asefhercu-; tACIITY ..: :- Food Writs tu for catalogue
'. root. The turnip Is ,not half appre- rial and of the-.good sort! at,,least, with her; pricv.
sulphur,ointment'rubbed back i; 'aLAlSirlWiIiIwrw : : "J rte. before
; ;
buying. '
Products .
dated. .It can be grown at the beginning of the' horn or ears and along the t "_"Je, .w public building! .*. Hence her especial .
.
,' and the'end of the aeuon. in Joy and pride in her Hew court Jious '
mane or back, and insect ..... ... '
ieaf
dusted .
powder YOU CANNOT
T ,
Life After Death.A It is will have s-j 1
nooks and corner suitablefor, a few Into the coat may.help to cosH.SC.000,000 a "..,. ;.

t. ether plants and serve as. a handY tag them, A thorough treatment(tin destroy of the German 'biologist, ha* been taTestlgatlng frontage of 174 yeet on Clark street Fed Pted.ds sus NsJ1 Marse [' :

crop to succeed several others keeping herd with dip or "Washes cannot be the question of the actlv and of 157 feet dog Washington< and -.....yw M 4 poet sus baled

down the weeds. It surprising to practiced during the winter month* ltyr of'animal bodies after death, and Randolph streets..Its'pondfttlon' piers I r' ....-.,...-.... t,1 ...... .. CUREan J .

find how much of the seed -can be sown the treated animals are prevented unless has published some suggestive con says the World Today, go down to bedrock .to ,.._ kaelw. ; . : t WF

If !It' i* at band.-National. Fruit at from US to 120 feet below tb.. Os Dries ,
from catching cold. A. favorable time clusions.. It.appears that death I* t Beet BeneJCUcU..imWdMiM7L.HaiyM .. Inflamed ulcerated '
Grower.. ,-s- r to this line not Instantaneous through the physical street level. It -will tower, 206.. feet .. ar V-e...... ..... dltlon and catarrfeal con. PL'
use of of the
,. treatment I I. In the mucous membrane such.rasalcatarra
I ;- ''' for It 'has been observed above the street \ WW .
spring.- A 1 or 2 percent water solution organism, CcpS. The Onion Maggot. Oa the main front the most, conspicuous 9awryAi.d by ferolalaeWI, ,"
of a .tar disinfectant should be that many of the different Usae *or* throat, son
t.1\ Every prePare feature will .be ten monster _!I.."... .......' mouth or UfUmftf
ontqh-fljrower1 should used. A convenient way to apply'' the continue active for a considerable owLMf.. "eyes by simply,
column each 94 feet in height., -The dosing the stomach..: r, '
to ''combat -this, destructive'' pest.andbegin.early. remedy the larger period, after1-th time wh.n.e. '
animals
Is with a J..IW.Hoot .. ..... .. ., But you surely casi car these stubbornaffections
, will contain
The onion maggot I* spray pump"and In animal is assumed to''b* dead particularly biillding .thirty court: ,, ,
sheep and bogs* - .;6" gq wC.Llbb by local treatment with ,i tp;
L .th. Immature stage of small that room.'YenUl.te l by the blast system. ) >
a Jl1, by dipping. Whatever' method Is i In the ,csse of the lower
'
I -lays egg in the onions when they are used.the coat and skin must, be thoroughly .animals. ;,Cells front ..the brain. of a 'which,;by Introducing washed air.' ,.JIc1kIJ:>k; LSbr. ... Oar*, Paxtlne:Toilet:Antiseptic"which 'o\I\\

-very'.small.. -The fly look something I wet with the.solution Proper frog for example, have been kept does away with' open windows. destroy the disease germs. heckat:, ,
.
s like a small-hou .,, The maggot 4are should be taken 'In mixing the all for.over i a week when held in Barring accident it, will be com discharges, stop pain,alid heals tho-

"1 appear sometimes when the plant are remedy, a* there is "D"roe, making Certain solutions, and the heart of pleted by,Kay 1. nOT: 'inflammatloa and soreness. .

,d I 0"''." quit 'young and work directly into It too strong and Irritating the akin: a frog ha' been known to beat. for Paxtin represent.the most successful

I the bulb entirely destroying for use. After treatingtbe.herd, the stables or many hour after being; removed from DIFFERENT.': local treatment for femlnln. III* ever
t She had laid yef and h. \ produced. Thousands of
VUtaldDS' women
+ Of course all Infested plant should testify
sleeping Quarters' should .be the dead body. The heart of turtles i
sprayedwith measure to this fact.
the' for' the solitaire. 50 cent at druggist $
be carefully. taken out and burned a* about.a 2 and snakes will beat for dais vaa
percent, water or *
solution "
,noon u discovered. 'Treatment withkerosene of .the disinfectant/or.whitewash ., week, after death. "Darling. he ..Id. ,ou are the only. '. Send for Free Trial Boot' 1': i
,
"
and sand for ,.small, patches may be used .instead. This,3s necessary ./ ... woman' I ever proposed...to. ,THB .. kAXTOM CO sienna M.M.You .'' mY

of onion'and treatment-with comme1'd&1' to protect: the, herd from the sur William Shakespeare hat Jut died "I'm afraid", you have ,a poor 6MAPcn 'STUMP '
.. fertiliser for large field cry deaT she rejoined; "You D rn >r.nt = J.I'.E
1 .1 Ey.

recommended. rounding If there is PUaERvvru : ki
.- .The kerosene and aanelu..tm.nt .much litter at 8tratf0r4-oir-Avon.. H* was sev- told me //you'had been- engaged to. ; .,
about the'larc1a the herd'abOtlld be re and It is. V..eto rsila"c w
consists of eaty-Ave': Jean old .not wdow/! M- :
+' with kerosene.placing oil .alongside mol.teD.eI'ADd 'the moved'to.other yards. The disinfect: known that. h* ever put pen to payp "True," h* replied "but that 'w.." ,I N e.raN.r Cw1..71.aha

; ant-In I a 1 or t percent !solution do .r. In the way of writing plays. nring leap :ye&r.-cJaleaso New-'- ". Ats2.'os WINTERT
: (
'i ,youngplant; *, but not quite touching not. destroy' the egg or nit I. ,henc \T? ) .,1"__
them.-.-It(.keeps the file ,from laying It IS' necessary to treat the animal

their egg'and Jdll* *oin*.young roag- again in ten day or'two' weeks.Sul.;

koutrtght.. Us a' capful of oil to.rsh phur ''will help when':' ted: to the" anlmalsL. -

bucketful of,dry aand.. The fertilizer '.. It J:1*. effective when used
Look
.{treatment..leI..- foilowal With.hand'plow )externally i Premafurefy Old
to J and the addition of-four ounce: ;Ig
turn aside the IOU from tile row .
'of to every gallon of the tar',disinfectant i' S
plant little
youag making a furrow solutloa Used! ,wm
greatly 'increase the
x .. ._. .
'Y '
,oa, each aide) of t a.r row. then" *ow ,.'of :''' d' -

r'i': ;:; effectiveness. *. tho'temdy.'t! '. ugly, grlptygray, nelrerue.LA OHKOLCr" WA orb.. $1n1a*.
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'1MITt: B.Y.A 'NQj / Io lI' I Auiydva an.ln '". art' I hatb.cite Notice of' Application lot For'Tax '
: f'1.
." ,, ; 0 I0" R.-rt 4f .:be Deed, Under Section 8of ANNEX: 'SALOON 41ZaFla. '
r ..... br .. .. {
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'ftf any Chapter 4888. Laws.0 t ,
fib 'c. thar In the **** ...... ordln. t... ,
.. k) i/r eeenty. way ac
{ a % !, *.. b Where** 'e'a at IK*. und..et theOoit.MttuUpnW the earn pra_........ .....*...Such p, s.dtng. InUw Florida, '.

I. ....... of Florida AnwindmeiiU,did INUM tethe&natitutlon circuit court of fceamMa wflty." Nutlec ll i..bi .lvdih.t t.. H.'Inirm' . '.. '" - .
j jI' joint lUtohiUone prnpoelna' ; The ef the State .
flsaieia Ceurt
M gue-Urai 47. .
.. .arts ? the of C t:( (\, ,
I of the State 4 rtorid* and pan-hawi Tx 'vrtlflpalc' No. Will 'dat-
: in all law
hall bars appellate Jurtodletloa n.m at
I I MUM were.*"... to by a wow of,three-flf of I rd the .5th- day of June. A. D. maul'', ha '-f <1 ..
nd
8.oji,701'If9M.Tb.IrsokrrJ 1 all the _beln ",*, te e.ri ,"OUM; that UMvote .ad fd m-.... I Bled. aid ocnlflcato la ny. mn. Hurt ha mao ,
I
) In' 'your ,...?? v.llvlrtat. on at
*... cautioned. ?Warning a*' their thereon reepeetlv, and drop Journal did determine I.. with i and yeaa tI.t.h.t and. .najr* dunaanan.hall u4.,. -- with raid!I.w.ccrMAoala fmbraomi the. followlnirda.errltMd .. ,. :: : : '\

} ... 'W ,tAt Vll. tar, Duth"ecll i ca't ,l'.fl.: thaaaid Joint HeauluUon be submittal to UMelector pala or write of error prosecuted from the court property altuatcd In Ooeul oo..oty, ,t : ': .' . t'' '.11I<1t
...... from the .bl r..ool1l.oI"'I1o' of t>.e Stew at ,th*,O.raeatG1.ctbn. : InNov.mb.r,1906. I of record whether ta the Supreme Court or YIn .. tn r..j.'d; ",,1' ..

: " belleve.l. have IHi"'J.wire.. ). for ,, o.-. I. H.Clap Crawford"" fleesof taA curt Court, ....II proaacated the ip the aame I Lion to block.> Kllmin- "Ysr. of Matthew" .. dt- ,-t, 4fi f ;the Public'1.GeneraIIY\
and according to rules ,
aame a* govars
odd preveotlbebtyhl. poet. Ja : J8f1Ot Stale of the Stat. of Florida do har.br prooeadlrur* from Ut.N y9roult ,,Court to th* CI'-I: The *.M Ian bvlug a*<.cad at tb.* dteof ;,'\'>1 ",:. ,' :
li. qMar, VirgmDtsprQte"sitLwals. j jJ I notice that.General Eleettoa wlU b* held tneeqh tli prom Court. the 1 ..uenoe of punk c. rtlao.V* lit the bam.of r...... . '. 'Xl'l"' A. ._ .. . '" J'
next.uoowdlog H Ulllon.
II. 'f"
ggeoeded a' thai itroa to b.a die : flnestFlorid. j i rWafondarlaNvvemberTA.la Florida on Tueaday P. ; l 11106. th* Said 'Approved JaB.t., ,. UMART'CLB j (Jul._ .*... ecrllfleefl r.tM..eclao 1
l
'.04 uat p\t-W. > M ..torts I range -Tuaaday bring' the Sloth.., .f.N..m....... for UMnoincaUonor XXXIL cooling ..> law tax -.*..t l will .....*-thereon im "
p' \Rro9r.4a. .'; .h.v+ Uwir "xfr.ood,: rejection of the ...... Joint R.alu.pn.prupesingAm.ndmo.tsa I thelM day Mlle.nu-rnot-r." A. I> ivut '
toeCon.tltutlo n 'Th.t tl amendment. \ Artteta XVIl) otoola, l nod coal| thisi Saloon in Orlando) ;
_ r J /....ndarla ireM Wflyf) bl1t. 'keoe4' :with' ? ) lO'lowi\ to 'It'.y slg'sare r leave purchased Metcalfs Annex
Florida and ( the jrd of ,
of Uw State of rTorida/rta, of th* "' th.dtawof his I **ALj day Ati.ust
vwlvit tt| And with.Olbloely' :say .''hulin the ant I: hereby. Mrred le and shall be euboiltted E. ... LFA.EY.ClrpulK *
eu'y;>: or .bfIID 'fha.t. brainy', ;''adj I AR ..... the etocton of the State at the renml Clerk .. io all business ;:
11 Mr I wnL XVi ..I.UI"<*for ratlncation\ or rejection l 0..1&CO."J'. Florhla.. and I will give prompt'attention
,> ]Aleadia woman, 0. H. Dsk3 That tha foUownvr Artie]" BortlooL' Eltl>branch of the faialatura, at ., W'8.Notice, uARWKLI., uC '
Yal.h .A arid .ucoeefuIrorDlfel'rower'wu.IookingnyeMl 'I of ..... Florida b and :
i*or ., fauiuu : Conitltutton regular seasion thereof may .
my ; It Ith.r.brnJi'.dwsod' ahall ba. Mibmltted I theSLat. at UM General it rtion. '
r ro.Jrl'O"e "witb" my good'Ie'nd.; and ; to-be huld en the Brit TCiondw" after th. flint Monday adtotechhotwtsuchpouper.d, amrndm.nt. ..*..h f Of( :Application (for 'Tax : (' U

1 fVOtloed the blackened' mandarin treex. I ,'''. N..............A. D. 100&- for ratification orSection'St. be entered tipon)their respective Journal with Deed Under: Section 8 of .Wines and Brand Invite all former patrons to 3 '
wand aid .j-orlon. : he and and hall be publUhed In on.n.wapap.r my
tom'You put one pouud I I1uwerleed < UM Comptroller, the yea nay .
fh ''
--- laubllhd. Chapter 4888 Laws ol
'*of pp ra" on State Treaniiwr. UM Attorney .. preooedinir '
around eachtrte.. ;"' U will. rid them! of k>ner.of.A arieulture of th. staU ft Dor. the> next g.nwsl.l.otfon. for one.month. 4mmdlately of Kepreecntativ' at Fhorida.Notlpfl makomyplacctlltirheadrynnrterNWllcnin; Orlando'- t

i"h. 1I'y.Ttu. .!':" ; .Ida and and their de.urn.ted.uoces.oninoSb..w.a* a board 'of hereby drairuuraoammialof eonUtuted which election the eamevhall be aubmlntcd to" the a herf, ; riven. thniC.' t>>> Carroll. and .'. ---- .
wat, In January. The next dsvxa : .... ... .lector*of t.h.State for approval er rejection.f J. M. falter, parrhaeeNnf T.. Certlfl- >on.HI ...
\ ...... and.ara ryaum of aridd majority of -the'.ejector vottrur. open 'the ...... - .. - - ., --
and dated the len nf - ,
Hi. lv I)
1 Antni.
: plledthecoppera.aod.th. dan empowered 'to .utblliih .a A. '
"
.... the
.a .monu nt such election ahall adopt nlnnluln
dim.ndon IIWi ba Died nerd 1 ufflo and
rrill.. lot piano 'lo t.be fa- draina. 1sss.dlkeaand raa.rv.laotsuch amendment. the earn ball ....-. a paffO'f' the my . '
crtirato ; and depth, aa In the judgment of aald board ha .d. *p|>llr-itnn for u>x And 4". IMIIV In *
dr w lute mati.ri I WM it" Jo thoroughly. of dralruur* corninle:. onr* I* deemed advlaabM Mdrain OonatlUition.. The propoeed amendntenta shall b* aooordaiitoi with law Had c'rll*>al*. ero'iriwwwIlia '. LOWEST PRICES
dabanahl.tb..labri vote
; mt "Joy in 'about' a. month and reclaim. the swamp and everflowed land so.ubmltl to on following described uroixirtv altnated. InOao
t" treat each All amendment* . .. f
/ of Florldaf or such part orporor Ut..lectbn which w.. not a. wbtM. fly on any of the within the taN adopted at at this la aubroltted W ,.fnt' end "R :
Uon thereof. U dsomqd beat W aid board of 14 Po s all Eof R 1n -* HoT .
i...... and they ware a' ma* of bl>..- drataaoe comoiiMlonerV from, time to timerandto or hat.lufer..dopt.d by th..acton. erev hereby date rw M See I, all| In Township W a ot Rang 191Kant . BY T'-'S' GALLON
of the Constitution from the
declared .
WO- *nd bore for the' four ,trees, 43 provide for the irrigation of the ends reclaimed of the adoption a part of the .am.. .- : -v t A ..
draina.levee The nitS! Und asaermed ditcof
bring 't the
1Iuae* of, beautiful brifhv omriKc* io ,dikes, and and 40 reaervolra maintain In pooh'analc each; mantra willho Approved June e. 1CO& the liwnanoe of pit -li oorrlfloiitv* la Iho name Of : xv i
.. .. most* advartUureou. to th. territory ao drained., The vote cant In compliance declaratkm..nde.with. ald provo.d'atendmaL A I. M bbe.t ..... K..J.. Mabbrtt..Un'e . : RYE from $2.00 up : ' j
.
.: J ..III..r.c. you'' to' oleaae Jttndly the State of I'1orIcIa. it* Inhabitant: and the: com"section .- turne thereof and ahall th b*eanvaa aubjected to th*. earn ...*- . ** naid Kertlflcatc. shall. IM rcdrrtficd *o- / . .
.. .
Uw tan it > will IMU Ibvrvcu
f* ptib lUh M* letter In' the Packer. for 3S." *That"th hoard. e-fdrairuur. commleaioner ....Ia\.lo..nd raetrictlona aa are provided by law the "IL1Iday f>f Sriiternlwr o A Ft. ' uo CORN from$2.00 up I..

,*,n-aocoane of Ita rruak. popularltv I .are hereby .uthoriMcl.nd: empowered for General Election: in the State of.Florida M'ltnrm niv official rjir' hereunto eat
In whereof I have my
"urt byway ol lt. ouluoiDa ,!I. the eatabllah dnmlnae* dlatrlaU and fla the bounda- teetlmony II. 4ay of Co A. i.,1901\ f"1 4
_14 mm to und and. affixed. the rreat seal of Ut. State of , .An4u... r t..t'ltfliUtY. $2.00
the from
Florida.That GIN
.', rID thereof In the State of lIOeall K /v up
.. ibafruit UM Capital;; this fat day
.bone.ael.qafoke. at TallahaMe.
j, ,board of ....-...oommlaalonere be and It to aothoriaed i-lorlda. Clerk ClrciiltXVMlrt ., trorera ufKlurlda" CaliluralaaDci lobe. and empowered. to prepare a list or IIMaof at Aucwt A. D. .1_ "H.. CLAY CRAWFORD. By W..$. Harwell. B C, f: . '\
,Weal ladle a" the alluvial oriawamp: .... overflowed. Unable U.S.I) 1 '
Becretarv of State.To j "
t s'', '-To looaUeiu. when I leased thl. land and lory within tll .lIOh dralnajra. district not or di exJ.- J.,W.,WALKER, BheriK;Oaeeola oonnb.NonResident ,. -Jslotice Application: For Tax OTHER'. ', GOODS : ,

.
property two yeara-ago' bo ipieotiid abed... ten _nt*per anap.wannumrto ba Axed . .. Deed Under' Section 8 '
'"old oranre'erove.orrouodlog thd hotel annually br aald h'f' : *eommlaalonerb.and ofChapter' IN PROPORTION '
-
: : :: Notice. > -
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'and la-tbe lr'ouDd.. wag blaclCMith the Tarknu varioua cofinUe 4888. Laws.
whole within aucBdralruur ?
embraoed In or in
part
,white fly, anil was bearing, only a-' few > *dtatrtet district shall receive auch list kii CiRCTirr COU: T. terv :icni JUUICIAI.. Cinovrr, ',Florida. .' .. '- .:..

r i',:;>;rustedand, blackened'' orange"and or lit and enter the name unon the tax roll of STATBOr'FlXMUDA.' COUKTT OP OBOBoLJk., .In, ; 'h".h thit : .
frulU. la J ( 1UU5 the county or eountlne In which aucb landa may 'N'tI..tI'1.. ..I..... Frank Franklinpurch ,
,Tr p aouary o 1apC .. .' .
of LMAIl ..
board
the
lie and the amount ao levied by re of Tax C.rtilln..lio. I.K2T dated I
lpltedaphtofp.lverlgpdoupperssto d......... eommlaetonera In such manner and formaa TIt. Michigan" Trust CompanyCorporation; or.ftanfaMd the ht day of June A. l>. Isis,. hat tied talilcvrtldvate With 'many thanks for past favors. and
H.he aurf aoe,earib under each ..ree,- an<3 may b* preaerined by the bond of drainave'comrnTaalonoi under the law of th. Slate of Miehirm lu my offlor. and he made. ..pp1Matl | 1 ,

1 ,.,..,. the-tr*.*. ,thoroujfh culilTatluoi, from time: to time, which collector.amount. of Eirnaet N. SalI".nd G_. aL.Burr "0 (ur Xax lam In *np<.....1."". with soliciting n contlnuauceof pate1 1' '
.hall be collected' by the varleu tax -I laws Calu cerUAoete mbraov tb following your ?
'| the Crew are now free from white fly have been mad va .. .
th* county wherein atich leveea S. < aertbeelpmpe", tltiialed. IB Oaccol collat,
sand are laden. with beautiful. brlllhtrulL \ aa other tare are collected In accordance with law Samuel H. ...n, hi* Unknown hair or any parson Florida towlt; .
., and pay over aald amount oolleetdtothebaardof I Claiming by through or under htm., NUof ne>><..rn." ...., HtpMirtH *. 4 ronage, I nin, .
drainage" oommlaalonera. said oonmlesimawtshall ...... The said land alto ae *Md at the dt cfin .
In>the rear. of the hotel and aoro.* a all other lien To Samuel a.hie unknown or any ....._ : '''''''
have a lira luporior to upon calming ..,.. through or under him. Tak nf such certlOcat la the name of I1 '
bL.1: foot wide itreet'tbere I.t also an tb*amble ands In any such dralmure districts to parson Notice that a sworn Bill of Complaint baa bona ". a.' =all S'"r' Yours! truly, 4
enforced. by tax lory for the coat of any,work ;, ceftlfloatM Khali be redeemed
be mfrordloitolaw.
-
i acre of large. old orange tree.. J. baV filed. against you In the above Styled auto to rernove
. done under the provulona hereof, or done, priorto and reform the dead toN tax tbereon.
from title of,
cloud
:
_..of..be\DOrth.b.lfol tbl )sore. Z'o'"io..II.: : O.D. r
amendment under the
the adoption at this pro- < R.. Meait, the 1 vat' of Aug.. -
6.Tp.e South
'lot and applied ,to aoti. tree In Feliiularylait visions of an act of the Lea-Mature pawed In 1UOS.Section tad_ See.therefor notified to and pleadto *tf nature aid' aaal llbl. th.

_ t .. 3 one pounu of pulverlced copI1 $b.*' and That it the I* .board authorized of dral.eocmiM..... tom.ntlsios the. .y UM _are lei Bill on Monday, the Srd appear day of Septom- NCRILoljuq. -A. It. 1INM rLULEMLBT. R. T. BUTLER.

( era*. That half of the Trove( i* free right eminentliomaln In the condemnation. oft fu A. U. It 1. or the cam will b* taken aa con- -.. lerkClroultCoitrttn.c.oleCoavty; . Florid.. "

I. .'l'.... from white flT anuV-the other half. In =-.J location of!Ita canal, drain levee*, It"la further anainat:....thatthl nolle b*i publUhed H" \IV. JIABWEU D. C. ....-
tbe.same lot; black with their depo.tu/ reeerroln for the pnrpoaeaforaaaid one each week for twelve oonaeoutfve waeka In .

vY The lartre tree of tny Rood */ friend and may*may pending eater_condemnation_&ek.and eae..anclv-.........hud..' deem aa It the Witness KlaaimnM the Honorable Valley Oaaetto.Minor' .8. Jonea.: Judre, Notice 61 f 'Application For Tax JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. '. ,
'
,
.and 'llelab t cn., j lusts aerO*f the ttrretnd neaaaenry for each purpoaee. and In narirrtalnlng of add Circuit and the Seal thereof at the Court Deed' 8"ot '
Under
). .._tion te be paid tar eaah. .land. or right Section:
!. ,. -* norfJi-roftbe > tioiel! .PboolIfrouDd the sits,.. at Orlando Florida this the 7th day of '

> *,' have had no copperau: '.tuid of shall way beean.leI.b.neft.wb.d.rWdtrots..... bJI' the Jury. such drmlnmare u_ A.. 0.1"6.' ''B W.&a L.;RARWEIL; LE8l EY! Clark D. "I Chapter 488, Laws of *
(!SKAL] ? a. *
are full of-wblt. 11,. lJut. best proofof Section U. The cialature may provtd. fortb.s..a.tmn Za. gTABaucK.Complainant'* Solicitor,, &I.1$ : ,Florida., I" r
; ,
all that I have to bffeiVis watching .t of beneflU derived bvl landa by : II(
notch dral_.. and the. coUeoUon thrreofy ',,"oileal.
reaeoa of herebyIren tha' Nthaa I >m6n*.
U' dmylaestmobof,. tbe'white ,flyi peiti.ASuob : the .rWeeda therefrom hall be paid to theboardof " I rnirchawr! of Tax Can'II...,. No. V70, deUil theKth
t capable. business meal and orange1 dmlnair oommlaatonera to b*. uaed by Notice of Application tor 'Tax"DeedJLInder'Section day of ID..., A D. IW7 ba* B ad laidccrtlnrite /

'""grower* a* M *.". Holland and them for such drainage purpoaaa.Approved In my offlca and has jnadl *Vl'Hxatloulortaxdved -
8 of
M May 1'1. 'IK*. to l..iu. li sop -rd"nr* with U-QUO.RS
,rttoart and Dr. Wade all of thia clC.l.oJ , .
; law .laid eertincat em'-.....* following
Ja&1e( jut boug-bt of tho E.;:0.' fainter 'ARTICLE, xXIX. Chapter 4888 Laws n_rlbrdp.op.rtysituatedI.Os.uaths'aty... '

z Co.. 6J J.ck i/nTlUv/oue/ ion, of. put-. That lotion nine (t) of Article (11 Ire (() of the of Florida.: ' Florida" bi-wlt. :. ,. .

sensed coppera and are now" aowiofci. Constitution of the State of Florida lID and the ix>t M Florida Aarhmltunil. ("...,*..aub'dh'of ,."...
** .it under-the large.old treeto. tome la hereby. amended. ao.at to read a* follow. !*otlocU hereby .1"... .IIai W, ". Harwrlt Ben J2 Tp 2S B R 8UiL..
orange -- mprhaaer o( tax eerUttcatv finisher 100' The *.1,1 l landbcln* aeea.ed itthtdtc of
*:* 'their LdJroves aouth'of.town! > Te. 1x91,5 ba the Influence of lush ocrUnoat iu Lb. aaanc of ALL THE' LEADING
g J 'I ....adtr.) dl.Lioctly'underhtoud. 'shat7.a1 Supreme Court ball b* four tttocuand (S4000.OO Sled <*ld. certificate In m1' oIDec and Unknown, BRANDS. OFWHiSKIES
dolar| a ''T... aalary of each Circuit Judy.a ha* made api>llcMloa fonts d..d tn lanu InoninVlaiico Unless ..ld' ecrtlflcitc hall be redeemedicorHlnic -
J ( Of tha ocaditfor' tbl' mutt valuably. hdjke tiiw* fneuasml five "........,s ($',1500.00) with law 8ld' etrtlHeaic ....' to law, tx deed ..1I11..ua l tliereooon -

'' ,; discover* beloo a, tothat'nature'. ; : ,>rca* the followloa drerrlbed"- ' ltna thih d ty of Aurnet A. U. I ;aWidinant
t* *aul t l. w, jm&ao'Jli'wltU B. D..k..l.ot! .Ti-u WSreirolns? te flection S of a.ll'sOweolaoounty.Fl l d.. (o vltt njy offlplal .lxi,.tlir*end anal ibis thellHbdayof '. .
' Article V ef the Con.tttuUon la hereby turned te K Woiaejiof OwHoKuwU See W Tp tJI July, A. l>. I\IUII\
i 'Y.Taha.: She bid In her.80-acreKru( .e. submitted elector of :
'i 1 and-the same ..,.n to the 8 RiljIK. r r.uLI K. L LIreLPY.Qler
c' *t Drake tfiron'XjQke' "Uarrri .otnirgo CIte State for approval or rejection'-at' the netteoLioaLAiXYIIofuaCoa.Utat"gM11.rid The aid lads beUfg a*...*.ef1 at the date.of ;; Circuit ConrtOtoeola County Forlda.Dr ,.

....... ..J fill '." ,rd I..bagk'k tdbed by utelvpuaueof.u n cenlneate. In the name W. 8 UARWKLL: P. C. "f '

'" notice a" Flat' J...r- WOn:Ls the ult" ". of H. W< Voamtpf. .,1.,* .. .- '.' V'.. '
ihall .
Approved kUy UV 1M* t' t rn rap aaljK cert flea'. b* reneemedaceoritlncurlaw : .Ai 'V ?ft < -- > ryj-l"' "
per.. wee Ifwh4l. Wseira.1NAih I tax deed will Ionic thereon.sthe84Aayofs.ptemMrtD.ItlUbd' Notice- Of .Applicationfog"Tax:; !1f *+ a* : : i .,\'Vfe'l' ''I' !':A i
& &be [ .. ." i ARTICLE XXX. *; ''N '" :' '' Deed Under Section 8 ofi : WI ,"' ::i' ',! :;' "L. \;: { |, :
_ If p IS'tOfYhAI"w.. 'rtyidhyriettlit' ,, t th, foBcraW'ewodlwnt b; ..Artlrf. V/ .ifUtlon WltnoM nr official Ig-ualurt and seat ,she .. , ... Mh4.hw, 'I' .' ." ..,..1':: 1 'I', "..'+ "If'. :ji) 'i 4 .

Ute ) the f. dJ1gAI.satMto In* 8rd day of August, A U 1110II.' /:-*( .I i.; Chapter4888LawaMlJ; ; & A\ tit ,
......a "'"'. T''whL b... t. w lie ,Woos.Ste |I.B..k.l '* ifiB'l", LfgLrtY.Jl'; j -, ;. .if .i...,;:_ipd J and''Domestlo') Pines TTR T !WMe1" '
> ;
Mee ." __"y: mIiave bcllaef; ''' o Jof Miff Article V. U* and the eame lahenfBy \ v Clerk Circuit Tourt. -. >. (I" : 'of'F1ortd..IMWNoU d i, Ports, ..Sherries rr
. .... .
whiM > (and- ll : believe. tiny" otherparasites grot8 .to.and shall be..bmitlta .. ", Oicvoia Couutr, Florida. I* h. rebJ given that 'M! n.: Tlnd.U .. , q ,
at th.gonenl.Mellnn-a beheld W.B.nARWILL-U nf Oertlflc.te Nn BIS.'' date the
.IssWrsofth.Ba purchaser Tax Clarets..sautcrn.c.Rhllle'1Vlnes
; 5; ) they .will thank that xrent en the nretTuaaday after the Sot Monday InMovcmberrX nth day of June A. D, IMW b.. M.d-s M tertia.oW . Angelica. :;

i >4to6d woman! :for tbl I ip itofonaatioiu. \ D. 1W ,. deed
.;* Wft.b. beat. wl.bes ,p..,;... **l.7frdtiandtruck'grower'andChicken t r>al<1 eertifleat. : .tr.: the following d. I ., ,
: each o* the Criminal Oourt of Record now erhereafter scribed property: stiu.ted'.111 ',,000oola.. .county, +
-and butler man in theATJi". to b***tabll.-I..haiI' b* paid quarterly l lbt Department of the Interior 1 f Florid. to.wt! and Scotch Whiskies. y '
'euV8o5iiht Hf "ftadtf I auM vjotir theeosnty rah *o.rt la e abUhd.and Land Office at OalneavlUe, n..1u1T: U. 18D8. t.I loOt M N.rllOO..e. rid....... M tp 25 s r :W .: ., : .'
y ......tt..ul), '" ': *ALBBKITJS TOUT ahall ba so tollawai. > Inooantiei leee. than. M- Notice i* hembr .{..... that the followiuanamedecUier The said and bolnc .......<1 at the drew i Iof "
' ten> Umieand population one thousand dollarel baa filed. notice of hla Intentlou" to the Issnano* of puck evrtlflcats In she nan Of J -
.. 7'' '; .c' la eounttaa of from .fifteen thousand population Anal proof in rapport of hi* claim, and that Unknown. *. '
"T r t'lIe iSlr U ri N tk ;." one.. thouaMd dollar; In _Du.. aid proof will b4.>made before Clerk Circuit Court Uule said cert''Host .h.ll1Mi redeemtd an, '
. tvr'4 7Al f.fronvAfteerwthouaanil to tweftty-five := a* Kiuimme*, ..... onmak A runut 56.1906.viu, .. lusnatheraoo on
: be 1 :ad rmndnttav/flfiMin hand d dullarw In Hosier G. Hancock_,of JAnuthmsn. ,JFU. Bd ...... )0.bdareinepLumber A. D. ll1Oa. .. > THE
trl.tl.t.lo.. boolcQ.wlll opetJihw tw.uly live thousand.. to thirty-five\ is < .. hud seal ibis lh. FAMOUS
\ tiMof fear 19461! and 170000t .th lw 'U of n. h Sec. e'ifr.J. Wltiivs. myoffl. ial -n.mr* .o..' 'IBDDWEISEB
.Ja
&4cI t ; court hon the first.Moo J.j' thousand. population, two thousand. dollar. and sn.BndM of... WB eq. >. Tp.,559 6th day ot August A.Ilt04, / :; ,,
4or the purpose ofjre; riit/er- (n eountle!lof more .than-thirty-five thousand .Ili/ ,* ; K L.L1/8'LtEY :-' " "' ;, :,... : r.r1.-, ;:,:;... ," "" '
pepulattantwnty.ffv*i)".adred dollar hereby RH. names the following wit_ to' prove' his Ci.rkCircuit Oon14Oseenlarmtut' Flniida. .
_! H elecw..wb ere 'tabd rpealin-aaran4 all part or part,ef. -the amidCertatUution eontlnuoua residence upon and cultivation of'said r , nyWSl1ARWILL.D.C.Notice' Cream''. of Kentucky r t tI

!;: 'I- .wjlibe\opmed; three' In conflict herewith hwd.vnH. .. -.. ,
Y ,. ldoodap.Wedrte.l ; .' ''Approved Jyn, ?. JII'"' .'; Benjamin P. FIo.......' ;of Louithmen, '. ..i JVpplicaUori Sell" I Carstalrs /1
yfftvhmaJp<< ; till ARTICLE Ixxf.Tin Henry Ooodnuul. Lou.h...... F""'.: 'John -f. 1 ; ,bf( to RyeEcho' .

l spas fflHMH 2 . '*'rhe th.to low lna; m:rvlraenta'io" ArUol.V .f Thompson Louchman of....Lou-hman. ",. W., Fl.O. ROBINSON.Blhu Goodman, of I Lands:. < r. Spring Ryo 1

10P.11atrJcU'lii..' \ ,lobe of th Stale of )'latch relaUve to Bea otar. '
ioJlep the Constitution" a'' \ .' F.11rabl; + that,1: UM andnUcnddmlnUtrator ,. v '
Netiae
\ x county1 the'flriCMbliday 10 September the Judiciary Department to numbed Bec- I I' . 'of UM ejwn Etatoof Annie I. Par.....d.. Lebanon) Club Bourbon:
,......& ,'41t,,. 4a.44. .{. 4 UM :Minor
a.odwU-.beIfopen) (< Hwor'daytjMp''eachSa1ttrlr atrreed to and shall eeeeed. will _II. application to H
Varsity .
V, be and Uieaam are Wilkes
.... :tU'day. t. (. r b* .ubmttted" teith .._ at' th. State at Ut.general 'N tt.e.. .; ., Jaw, Jndxe ., the Circuit Court .in and for County Corn 1
... held, the tint Tuesday af I 18..* 7thJodlial Circuit of Florida In Chamber*
; til. ids to be on
1 book wiltclocriafall \
:, | *apr>rvlQr, I0Ththe November, D. llOtl, for AD person haYl ama against the eetate -ef Tltua..tll-f.U* the Court may be Old HarvestCornCHASE'S ) :
dwt..lelt( county the ter-fhe (first- .. Annie L PaVker. d............. late of the County of on Saturday the let day of September. A.- D I ,; .

tv '*f taeM> d ortSatunda JtvOuaraate <-P"robe J'. reword.Pldrwlit'tbIs *kM>2 4 1\1:1:1":: : aJlWb %.UblUhed' In the -. .,State of Florid. will preMnt the*ame, 1 for order to eell at private or attuaud public In aaletJMMkrebideaorlboJiraTetato the, '. _
sou"n't''d tha meters of said properly attwited to the undersigned Adml..._ 1 I 'j.
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t. 1U .I.IAt -
1JIJI' . Polk and ..... State of Florid_ I -
eounty .hUf Vrt rmfla a'-wiajorlty of thein1ini.nl tor within the time prescribed by law, of .rwts.the Conaty/of! / S . 'rvf,
>.l '. . ,IarMJWHIDDEd. .i'S| i's .....i't i art anJ eatml sirs ame will be forever barred and. all persons Southwest quarterof northeaat nnrter isnd ( I
S.peryiao.t ..... for Uaru a court of ........ aKl there' shall. be a judir Indebted t* rid.**tate will make Immediate ail _:to.oIltra"h_. 5 Quarter B., 1 ;BARLEY MAL'r
'yloaixolaobuotyet'ti"y of aid court wkv.hall bT.tu-kjit'a'' by the Oov. Umnt.- ;c CEO. PARKER,. tAdmlnl. 81 Tow. lp...M. Sitars, n rtrt. "_ }'- ,
'--2', : emer ajki oo termed b.i thi 3M>t Wt o dull hold .._,-of Eetate: of. Aon! L Parkr.July .+ + viVUi iT.J'AK.V.EKaAdmtnletra4 : THE KING OFBOTTLED

; : t 'l fawufft ,. 'y1""t"'lw'"i V hla.thouesndnWehWidreA.. "tdq y.sr. and! whoa. ,. sf...,ary. ahall. be. ,tilth; ,1W6.J- : Jdl$1.: :--': fatmta AMIM,J tJ'M'ker.: ,Deoeaaed.Georgia . ,JJlstllled .especially: ;for :

'il .A >ea1C ire, ,er Pllo> two ,dajlars .- par. ,. .. .. . I.... . .i
I bl4 : 'ltchlag, blind, .:geedlogtiprotrpolPllee t \ In, eourV of-rocerd now aetablianed. In Kreambia medicinal. \useCANADA' ;

Prllgrrl4t4 'are-T authorized to eounty ihalL' upon thaajiptlon. ofaiiieiitlnnnta. 4ha.. BEER ,
l' lL.j reined money if PAZO.IHNTMENT' 'all IIHI.IIIIM. and M the*oor.-ofa '-.rei
< II: oml ..
herein. provided... all lellliia of each erimFsal I' .
.lC --re,... 14: gvJJI/tPd/ ..." cxMjrtof recotd' shall b* ;omoea of suck. court :
: cacrltdtvlolZ' ,) .
of record and alter .... the Aurhai and receive theeachimeetsof a '

icfiiiiopl to} hh. eU .. anenvuMK.. ... UM exptnUon-of., their Itl'Yla'L.EoEPJsR.17) .:MALT ,
i ; ce Hi>e nt ..at. w.4 "
k ... .. '\t Section 41. The aaid snortsn4Judy'. 'loanhay. +ErT brands
"': al'9taie, exclusive. ,orie nal'lnruKlletlon of "I'erhnlnalHTTT and other of
ti-1.Tr'. wnh*.haU..I.. EeeanbiaeounlytandanaU J 1 r $$1,65 PER> l DOZE: ) -
? ,'Notle I* hereby t rive that twin: en the 1st* -have In Eacambul county, eon Whiskey} too ,ilu nero
'daretf Anew A..D.1s''' -" Oioeoia County.State,of floridaat Kli- -aaid eimotyi-the earn. -oriaHnal JtiriedloOoa of !! *': .. ., to mention.
{i *-' ...- lty,' tar an order to atdl *t >puhSor all rither_ and ..tter. aa the omit/court ; I.
jf'- private eaia. 4k. taU..... real ...tate.4ylnlrtalWal. and circuit" / judre ,of aald _..tJI'.nd thereame > .,
U :.SRS bdnt ta tbeCpuUaf'Oaeoiaanij. power to lean .writ of man Injunction, -_
? Polk. In .State of Florida.Unritt -.AU of f_ quo wamnux owtiorart iirohlbitloni halt.>* cor.pu .
} \ tonal Block. Owe (1)' c."tIo Florida. R. R. Cora- and ail writ proper and neceeeary to' tb..onpawaaorsY..f rf r
:k-psis".aurrey of KiMimmee: .L A..too. BadnnlruT atatxithwcet their juriedletlon aa the clr. '
ennM of s..tZ tp 16.A K III E .and i emit eourMuMl dealt: ......at.... _nl.7. tempt MiskeyBottled\ : in BondBass'si'
c. If ma N 1.40 chain\0 R. @. riirht of way, K tt.M the power and.au rtority,to lummon_and,, empanel : 't
_ i V1'eM... SIO.! ... BteaMth lines...'II. thence W t'
Y taibrsinning.tart" of Bluck tt 8. F. R. E. =y.T There ahah.;: "be alx' terms of-, fall ;

} ,C.,'. .. .1'4.At-. '..rn..t Nw corner of Lot .ours .._b"....-.' .fif, >0 : ''' y
., -11. B W; Patrick';> addition to the Sect_4111i.h4J1 be for aald court.a prya.ecuttaur Ale :Guiniiess't6WEStpi St01.tt
*. a;-ro.ro. of.Kfrbnnw.: Cltjr..... \It 256 ft. artorney who shill be appointed by the
., 'K" *5 'ft. N: Lag Tftrifc; !: 10 "ftH. H T ift 'Governor and condrmed by th..Senate and. who

",' & "nJ') ft.N 147SA ;.7tand W .?,,, 47)i .3 .hall aoM htaotfte* lwfoury.art4Hip ttmawtr
,.o 'pUo .of b. rinnlnsh'1 .J.o''''lot' 18. .alien ahall. U eau by law. *- .
,ifi 'nnnlrurte lake of Cannon's addition te the Town ., StIeoI4AU! <><<.naa* triable la aid]'eoart ;{ =jiCES: BY THE GALLON '
V! '-'"' Khvimmee. In Oaeeole e a.t?: Aleo The MMtir ball be proaenated tUMO WtormatVxi tinder oath .
a ,leiet quarter narthaaat. quarter. and aoothwet ,:oeM Cl by-t5w 11 t& \a n*,, but th* :a-rs: ,: ( 32.00'::: :UP i '
-, ": quarter el .. .-quarter 8 e.i6 Tp 24 8 R'' grates 1'd county 1 ; rpm' } ,
e. B Uw aM*. of Polk. ,T>>. Muo belna- UMBMtMrWef I _1 in 90. asrt dt.o.da : S
AMU k_. d.iw..d..... aoM! fo' 'sash rndTctment the .. qo T'arozri: $2.OO.uDI:: ;:
.t.thefracBvaa/if/ dl.ylyP, amen*ttM hear* .t Mhl. *a-: circuit Judas shall t or ...... for .,,
,,," ......, .-..as.eaa1t. I IiJt1a1 t rh9t5tttt hall be -" "
"" r 'GBO'7.1'A.JIR. = ; GKTfcT trcm $2.00.up2/
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r. 1 .
11#. nYt,. vr'fafflsraan. tidp..,1P.rker.D eatlaelesk VMhI .hall lID School of Technology ,
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.Msseld' ALL' OTHER .IN PROPORTION ,
.. . ... .., .. .ter.spy tear ...hwIhaeeaety 'rJC? r "t . .. .. ..,. ,
shag lID bed lor law. '
'IN'otiCe""rO( 'cti .fI'" nhall be th* ez.... S. ..ow of said ij"i
.."" Zt ., ll1W r'" aind: be Ox ''and VepVrtmeota than"Tr before/and'pr.pejej to ovTln* *> lot ,: !
{ IV : court, U* datle. and fee ahatt ..br: b better e. alppd *rmj n4 u>aO ? ? .
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,; = .tr=. w ih = v .... ....1 . . ,., ;. ; ,r. -. "* -. brat work ababytpy..Is order to alfoad efc CJI' < 'W*. .
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