Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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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 17, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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w'f fQRTUfRPfrA'I .u Verner had to: bide In the'. bath room . '

In' fear of beli'ff" killed" '" . kGcttUlNUJ.. "

Verner Townley married the woman .. ,
THE TOW UY[ TRAGEDY who said sbe was going to stick ,10 I 'I :

_., : him until fee I* free Arkansas- ... ago, in 1cnnlf'u.u.L, 'August 7th,t900s,,j :JfQLE'ARINQSAL.
Hot Springs Sbe was The Council met /in regular *."f ton :

Vernon Townley !In Jail Charted there undergoing treatment far rheu I Murphy, E. ; ;I I: .
matism.They were, married after t.iLesleyW.-C..easeI.! .
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to week acquaintance by a- Presbyterian den P.'A Vans .. --- :' -3' '.
With Murder. ... attorney. 0"Fl .. .
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Later, 'when they removed and J.R. Gilbert clerk., "

T.: Townlsf' came to St Louis'yesterday to Hanolbal" Mo., to reside, 'W. L.',Van Dncor.;' president v being x : t '
they were married 'by Catholic absent ,, t "
; ,from hi. home Versatile. PrlesW, J upon motion duly seconded T. M. SUMMER GOODS ,
whlchmo..loo.C&nle4) Major
A. N. Town- ,
Mo.t to.see.hls sons, Verner Towoley and his brotherwere ' elected ,
Murphy was 'unanimously
i5 .. lei, ;>" no I. In the city hospital sufferIng :- graduated' in' Barnes school' of president pro tem.: ; 1: '. _
from bullet wound, and Vernon pharmacy id St. (Louis Verner '1.
J The minute of the last. meeting were "
t4 Tow,!Ie", who 'i,b'locked up at'the.central and Townley is a registered was eradustedloAprf Pharmlst In, Flor 1899; read and approved.,. Report of otBoers .' ,

station for firing the, shot during ida. Arkansas, Nevada and Missouri. were examined and found W- be \ .AT COSOT !, iL iLagsn.t

\{ a quarrel., Union Station Saturdayafternoon. At the pharmacy on 1823 North Van. correct, ..except report of t..allurer. I; 'n -' T
The father found the derenter avenue It.
c wounded .on'* condition much better be came there about two month ago clerls'wa. Instructed to.ret' .urn, to tress' :. ./ I' ,

than he expected. : //i"", from Hannibal Mo.,' In ,llPODM.t.o urel1foroorreotlgn. ,- .
lie had long'talk with the young The following bill were approved .
a anadvertlaement.. HI. work .wasatlsfaotorv. .
his I and ordered paid, as follow.:, -'--__ ':" ,.'. ;'
man durlnt which the son told ---- '-'- -t----ca-ss
He has been married ;; "
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father that hU brother Vernon must twloe. A child by his first wife is Ad M.rer lit the owner of the, animal., I -
shooting" hi-n, and w .lMM. MUrr M Stenkal..M* M Op therefore .. . . ,
not be blamed for being reared by ..his sister. ,.Mr. 'Bur- aoM la mares'. mrt-:.,, ,IS M bear to advise against.. ,th. ; ,
that. he would not. consent to his-pros.cutlon. ford.,, J. Z Botanon........ _...-. >*,..', 1 0 50 of the claim." '!
He also told his fathef that W. lo" .. .v. '.,', Ja 55 pas, ','being "no further business
O. Burford, brother-in-law . .... ... -
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;r wber. he recovered ,he would go away Verner Townley, I I. said to have told T MMurphr,MiaryMikkraM.: -.H.... ..,..w,. 11 adjourned to meet In pwularseWafTuesday SPRING AND SUMMER .
S 'and not bother his family agsln.' him that because be had defended the LKWh c lOCI ( } September,". ,. .1900., .
ve.Mr. Townley E: l l. oaIarF.w.-. ..,. ,.. ISO '
At the boI4( spent L )r. \ iSl1.J T.M. MOKFHT, Pr a',.'
name hi wile he would that he ,
.of see
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W C B Mtaiy lUiUniM t.- 1 OSIncnm .
and when ttGILBERT.
hi other J.
with son. .
an hour Aid not lack 'money*for, defense.-St. *Gilbert fammmdin Milmb.::: 1150 ; JLlerk.Basinger : .. "
he came out be said that be did not Vary Oawq., dr r
Louis Globe J>elDoon.,- Aug. 7After'an .
blame Vernon, nor the other boy. = : . 1r.9.U if Not -, GOOD.S. < : '
M MMurphy Bassinger. .. '
"It deplorable sfislr ".hesaid. T P to, ltaIPt i a.W;
wee a very ; (.. .... ,,5054 .
"but they are my boys and k will Inquest yesterday'Into'thede.tb T M livrpKy.'P A'for'Joaopli''Buraby Editor.Times-Union: In Saturday''* .
.tick to. them." of A. N. Towole,. the body was (..wwpip$..:... ,'.,.t. .}...... 1"';" 14 50NP8..Isw.l issue 'I tried to correct your Ocala $- . 'J', 0 >.' ,q n '
"'' Mr.' Townley was accompanied by turned over by City Undertaker Prank .. rtr..t :,4600 correspondent who: wrote "Lawtoo,

his son-In-law. C. W.. Bufotd., of Cal' Betlege to the father T R. Townley, ITWEIIle.f.J Z Robaraon...aaroant Traaa, mmttar..... ......,'.work.;.... '). SM 1 Oft S< Jackson and n..1 0....." I'stated ..,.
ifornla, Mo., who returned last night. who shipped Versailles. Mo., Waynaa _itraat worki.., t thatiMajor .W 8..Baslnger'; the
Mn, .Townley will remain in St. where it. will be burled. III... Townley Martin hray lair ...........el......*,......; U 0000ELLrky oorreot name and* that. his uncle.Lieut. G
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.aid last th." soon'' u' the \* IV twIixrram R'J \
night a. 'ActnalCost'
Louis for, the ,present to' assisthli *Gilbart, (orbauliDa-etay ;(.,..q. .T WHoraoaWaodaU.JorhauUniralajr William E..B..loa... was in the aw. :
funeral i* over he will return to S,. .
ons. Vernon Townley' wife visited : ,. 440Oaoaola ful Pad massacre, yet in Florida histories : ,
Louis to help his other all he can County ...... and road; Mi* BOA ,
him yesterday afternoon and spentsome In his alfflouHy.. Before son his, death; K Bell.....,. for .......and MIl,..- ., ,....SKI 61 ..Dd naps, etc., be, Is ..calledB : " ,u. -- .t-'h' ,(I l
time with him In the holdover ..saigw and "
W a e.d.for atraot work. ..... ,,1118 Bassenger.But your .. ,
St. Louis Olobe? -Democrah Aug.: 6.. A. N. Townley ,suede a, statementto W L Van buaor,.-...and. atattuaaiV A. 1 50J printer made me put it 'iMsjor W,, 8. ,r l. d .
17 .. : his father admitting'that his brother, B OabwL Jr.aalarraaaacrotanr andaolSaetor -' Ba*.logerM and.Lieu t.Baoinger're. I ', J. "
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Alfred N.Town1e"wbo was shot Verner, had provocation for shootinghim. J It GUber& Jr. far fr.dgbt. ",.. .,.. ..*..,.,. 41 enacting; the1' very error' 1 sought"' to
Union"StatlorSaturday Mr. Townley is a man of some W B JIII.Jd_ far md..,.- "j. !" ...,. ,,. 180 correct. Now I ask him to put in ",peBa.lolf.r I'
through body at property and will offer bond for ''hl, 8 C 0 Hqw Co forndaa -*....,.*.... ,.;?-, M S one ".''- sand "." and' : '.
afternoon by bis brother, J W Raatetar. for alaetrte lla-M polaa'.''L.., ,4000 an IH'- CSTANFORDJ.::
son Verner if bond will be accepted' " ao..i.".
Verner. died at the cityhospital. Wm M. .h>y. InatallathMi work . iii .T one 1. but and an nest ,
11:30 o'clock, yesterday At the Inquest the verdict was homicide. EinUMaek'Saeordaof.............. ......... TS OO Lord, Byronf-sald fame consisted In.1
at T. K. Towuley father,of the two T M Murphy-P 1' A;for Florida Elaetria Co IDS ST : "being. killed -battle and ', TUB ODICINATO :LONE:;. Ii1N8NM iii
death ot Townie having yourname pP!; ICe9iN j
morning. The ,,wasa brother to the tragedy >re T U Murphy P A.for Sooth Fkv Foundry > M .. ; , Li 3 y,
.pas 1 .. printed incorrectly' in the
.urprlseto the. police. who had' understood D MeAlliaMlr. for drayaco. 60Tho news ..
., be "' excellent was ..110 Mrs Vernbr.Towoley'who W JtCGraaaryCo.fomdaatorBLr SOI.Dvvtdaon.aalaryaaaaanuwar.u. paper. But Lieut. Basinger deservesa .
that bad an told of the trouble Which, oocuredbetween A ....... '10 00We better fame. SIDNEY UKRRBRT,' ". .
chance to recover. the brother. at the breakfast L.Van: Dusor tendered his'' resignation . .
Assistant Circuit Attorney 'Ross- .
.bl..oQ. the morning of the day tbsshooting' as member of' the City Council -
SL. Lude ;;: r.-
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kopf, a.'ting on 'the supposition that ' jY Dry,, .
took place: stating that regretted very much "| t '- BUDDED
informationy: .Townie I* beld on"'an informationcharging ... ring to resign but lately I basing ",E*v, W."3-: Carpenter _last night' reeeiyyd : ,. : TREES L t: .

." with assault. with assault with 'intent to< kill been appointed postmaster.he- was telegram announcing that St;
V Verner A. Townley ,
assault with Intent to kill. which was Issued before hli brother compelled to do so as
-I* When told'at the""holdover hi.brotbe. died. This will be amended to bom required him to take this step.- ; lass lell.1."UI'eo.bad voted, against ) NUlfS''ERrgS

\ ..'.' death'Verner Townley betrayed plil*.-St.: Louie Globe-D. Aug. 8. under' the above' mentioned olrcuin- whiskey, the prohibitionists winning IESWQRTI :

little emotion., He said: "I stances Mr.'Van Dutor'* 'resignation oyerthe saloon contingent after . .

understand .Nick' said be was ton Dou't Grwtnblo'' was.econded accepted- wbloh and motion upon 'motionduly fight.' Fort Pierce,*)in which 'two fca- ",CHASE A CO,' PaoraxE oaa.. :.t;"J;: BOARD,:"Ao Ir.. ,
: blame. Be said his, father, T.' R. When your 'Joints ache and yoii ( carried.the) loons are located,,voted against the '
Townley ,> of Versailles.. Mo., who I I. suffer from Rheumatism. Buy a bot'tie chairman wa instrpoted. ,to draw up' sale 9ft votes, while the total" againstthe :We will have'ready foe neit Fall and Winter ., __ 'a jhMralr.
t of Ballard' Snow, 'Liniment-: and resolutions thanking' Mr. Van Dusorfor deadly trafflo in the is' '100 assortment of .
in the city. would engage an attorneyfor county Orange and Grapefruit. Tree of all Iwadinjr) ..
him.: Be refused to discus the get Instant. relief. A positive ours for efflolent service "rendered* pres- votes.,:, Mr.,Carpenter wa.l.rr'i 'soy ties.. :Our tree arAbuMed os'gtad bealtbyrot) >, Legg.. sad

tragedy further until. be onnld talk: Rheumatism, Burns, Out.,'CoaLraouoct Idtne of the) SMinctl andexpreaolngtheregrets live. 'the1';campaign > titt Lucle :Hour Catge roots, g-uaraoteM free Irons Ins s4 peat* < a .

t 'with' his lawyer. A coroner' inquest Masole... Sore Cheat. etm.l "r"IM" T; Z>f,a thi_a. JafaVaVaVaVaW Btlre CauuoUlo-.i. baring. OQfAI1*.DCI SKS } i.has '. ,.JPAU' u.dd.cnl'OlD """ ... -1'' po." ... .... -.
: wlllbeoonductedtodaysndltl.likelythe Bona; jroIDIDeotolQerobant. M,'!WW 1>> 'D&tlonol'. ; resu lt. .TThe add/Kion/ Hi. ..flaetllele.6 Jbii:. 'lit t/ ,-y
body wllt.betaken to Versailles low Point. Texas .. that .,be finds '',Tj W; Em.'. oams 'was p1' the"dry'-.poltidn makes ,a' total. of :. none and our ....... area.7: fla* a* ... .

L' .for burial. Ballard' Snow )Aplmeat, the best all i tore Board ;to fill I U>..:;unezplred thirty COQD..ID.<.ba'. prohibit ,perleooAcan prod...', We a** IDOIMI'IH': of

Just before the new of the death ofhis round Liniment he ever ''used, Sold.,. I term of Mr. Van Dozer whereupon on the sale of;,IntoxtoauM, !againsta the famous California Valencia ... to x
broa.ber'reaobed him Verner.vTownley by Roberson's, : Pbarmaoyj,: motion duly,,,seconded (which motion total of 141 that! allow.:;.the ,.sale.. -i the greatest money-maker In Florida.-" Our. Veiso '

wa la conversation with his , carrledMrElliswas', ) unanimouslyelected ,Tampa 'Pally''''1m..,.. fA1waye -_ - I, direct from tb* best bearing1' tree,.in.'the distrie. for
i" -On' motion duly seconded q' r produoian the bet,Valenoias; in. t 'Y .
wife for about all hour. Mrs.> Town- r CMlfovp f4
5372 Windsor Teachers'.Examination. I(which motion carried) Maor\T.] !'. 'M. ; i..r...:, """". '
said her home '
ley ,
a Write for'Prte JlWJHoiaat. Ottth
*)* to ; ,
Murphy was unanimously elected preaJIdent To'cure 4..18 .
'Place, :yesterday.Afternoon that herhusband 'Education t ep..meoi I' i $ a nbuaedy must meet "
> ) of the Council., '- t the rrqulrecatat! of'tb* ral 9.r cut Waoo on (P10
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If she bad been to "
asked her Slate'of 10'101'14.' ... - V The' followtng.oumwunicalloo'wasreoelvea Wa..rd'. '. .,, I tTHE
the city. boaStal to see 'NlckA She Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 2, 180ftExamination J,1 ... 5 .
+ :said she .hiB not. ,-Well, I" can't from .t.beW..te.\ A CaraunGrooerj cure 'In blame much little. glrl.after the wilt belrl 'Tue. .". I Company to he City. Counotl I: vous 'debilitv; .ffldnoy a ;.

InsMlting:you remarks be made about 10 a: m:, September 4th."'' Applicants "We. contemplate constructing. a troubles.1 Lost vitality, and all kindred i"i ,, '. . .. .' ', '
)+ ," Verner Townlev ,1 I. alleged' 'to bring paper pen and Ink./ brick t warehouse on Johnson'' & ST** diseases, by building upthe.. entire. ;' .
you bavesald.While The following I I., a'' list of ,the textbooks vatt'a subdivision of tots 1 and -4' of system. The,;yarious'structures. are] 'f'r;

ph x *be was at, the. holdover Mr*. to belIed a* the buts ot' the Block. I, Patrick' addition. and hope) braced up"and re-loforced by. these. ]; Q, 9J.; ; i ( .:
4h Townley said she told. her husband September examination: : 1906r. to gets spur track constructed to the tablets and tbe'orgaDS' are excited to] "1'. .,
Word Lesions.. I south ildeof the.warehoiise. In orderto \ I' "j'
OI'' healthy functional-action. I for PHARM"AO: ( >f
Mrs. Minnie t'
that her :
of Gallopolis.mother, Ohio, would arrive Knapp in, ((25o) Maynard. ,Merrill ,& 'I,Co..,, New I ,do this it will be necessary< for the book of partlcularsyand: wonderful, : ," 1! .,.h , \ .- .":'_-r- -l:.1 ;:

v'' the night.' She' added: "My husband York.. I spur track to cross Ruby?Avenue-and oures"PHceperbox'60cents./) If.) rrduggl : LEADING'' DR .Q OR ,' fr ;
thinking that I might-go back',home Reading. -An v standard. author J.StewartAvenner "We"would 1I1r..JM'r- cannot supply you,, they will ,: '. : ,
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will ; -i>r-* t-1 I ICompo.ltloQ""M..llwel1 mission to these with. " "
'' aq.wer. '' '- crois avfnurs be mailed upon receipt of price prepaid ,
mother,, said: vyou-'won't gassway .
andleavai,:IDe,' 'will--you 11'" Ofcourse ;- A 'Smith'sWrHng I the, uoderetasdingthas'the track shall Address,' Haggard SpecUJo .Co., .. w..,' .,' .'f", ." .. ...'f ,
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,' in English* (76q) AmericanBook I be constructed so as. not to, .Interfere. "tlsnta Ga., t. -! (
won't with
I home
'it m".mo'b. .
iro .
I Co, ., ,- with traffic." : ''DON'J 'f ; i, ,
and leave husband in thisitroublew
G er my nd.\-dj .t
Arlthmetlo-Mllne's ( After considering the'above .
until bet.I.-1 free.mean",to; stay' right here American. Book Co.'Atlanta.Englisb (65of. I the' ..folloinr.. resolution was request Intro, ,L"... .,mmmma m. .. ') f j .

"We Grammar-MetcaU'ai {tiW. ) duoed,which w s unanimously adopted: ,.1 .. J<'. 1 !'
Weeping.MrsTownleyaIQ: t I.
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1 youthinj "
American Book Co. Resolved:,. that 'the Atlantic Coaat Iiti', of :
threatened need.
that Alfred 'whe
to '
( r- prove. U. S HUtory-Field's Grammar Line Rsilrosd'Company; Or the Water W.L.VanDnzor&Co ,. r ;

.1'1I!. 'out Verner' throat from ear toear School;($!))American Book Compau,1. & Canton Grocery Company *be . . '. r., lnsheI: > -bneiflBottle .. ...
fi gbecause Verner said must not __ ..IDS ; ..
; Florida HI.tor-BreYar4 &; Ben 1 1neW. permitted to of the ",' .. .- -- ," .... -\-. ..... .."
namesI the mark
.call vile have
R,r 1g ) me breast made the. flat': off (OOo) ,American Book ,Co, AFairbanks.1 ..track. : of the said ralroad( companyacross ; :
I on tny yet by ..BROKERSREAL' -
'.. (in I Ruby Avenue and Stewart Avenue .
/ front'Nick"Townleywhen. of, husband when I stepped,"Nlclc"was UeoK..pby-Redwal' Natural Ad- t for the <: the t. .' rf. -,' .- .--_- "' : '
Waters&Carson > J
; my o! "lerbine. RBB'to! eyfrUfius1Omer!
i. 'r' trying to strike', him, Saturday. v noed.(<. 1.25)).American. Book:. .Com'pan I buildings of the : Grocery '
:ff ,. Company situated on John'oQ" ESTATEAND : goo
i M,. tuornlogin my.roomtTROUBLE Physiology-Colemah'*Element*Of, Prevail I subdivision of Lou 1 and 4 .

-Of TUB' BROTHERS. XWe) The MoM Ulan Co... Atlanta. t of,Block I of .W.A. Patrick's addition INSURANCE; .

\ Through the influence of Mr*.Town-, .Civil Oo"erment-Yocum' Civil I\under the supervision .of the street. .,. :'
Icy Alfred N. Townley and his wife Government of Florida and the United commluee. ." .AtaSu8u8iaNatAallc"AiauaaRS.aao;<;.+Bc kdtidcidt. irt".Ati11s.

and baby were brought. to the home of States, (<11)) Eo,O. Painter Co., DeLand The'Council received petition. from , ... '., ." ,' ',,. I '

'r.; his brother at the Windsor place -address. .- a number of clrUens of the town ask . jSbuth :S tob1es.r1lh f !; :'
.:' T. R. Townley,'father of the Fis.AlgebraMilne's High School (11)) Ing that. they amend ordinance prohlb- Sunny ;

>.i brother, wrote to Verner,' slating ,American Book Company. lug animal rnbnlnf >at large, as to TL. M., RIVERS! M. U.; .. .
) 'Nick! was ill somewhere.. in St,' Physical OeoJrr'apb-T.rts New, .prohibit, i only ,stallions instead of Pbyaloiasi>a.d 6ar'geo.! ' !!o I .. .'b
\-Louts and to'try' to find ..hlm.1I. ((81)) The McMullaa Co Atlanta. horses, asses and mules. After considering WITH XI8SIMMKS DRUG COMPANT.' J "> : :;i:

6:, Mrs. Townley addressed a. letter''to' Theory And Practice. -Course* of the above ment.ionedpeLIUoo PRONES, -Offle*;;, 41%., R*>ld*.c.. ,,B3V LIVERY.' '
fti\,\, A N. Townley,, care of the general Studies. and Method of Teaching by by unanimous consent, the same ,'was' xtwsasa:. Pia.,_ 'PEE? ))' : r .
''dellver,.' Inc response, Alfred went to Prince (7&oGlna&( Co.;'Atlanta. Gs. tabled. Whereupon ::tbe following .. 1
'. the home of his brother Tuesday, July These book nay behad of< most amendment to Ordinance No. 1; Section ..;: iI7 and.. .
i 24 and was made welcome.; The day book dealer lo the State, or from the 1 was offered by T. M. Murphy, DR.. LESL'EY"W.WEEDON.. L. '" i "

h[ after he'took his wife and two-year-- publisher by mall, poitjpalJon receiptor that the word;'staffs, oxen and 'steersbe '.P.OI L'.T'' SALS, . !"! ( -1

price.; added.' 'The same was referred to 1 .. t'
taA'Wuave toisbrotbebrslhome sand KYI. CAR. HO AND THROAT. Jr.
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J1 .
., W.M. Hollowly, the ordinance committee. 'f '1 .

; '"they remained there until last, SaturV .: State Superintendent. of Public .In. A. E. Donetran met with the Council -Private Hospital, American National' if \ I; ......h .. .. .. .. ... { "t.
l<<' ., 'I' ,' struotion; ' In-behalf of the property owner ..on -Bank Bld gl, Tampa, Fla.. ,
;". After going to'ots brother''Nick*. Robinson Avenue-and proposed that T". ' "tNGRAM''GILBERT.; PROPgIFTORS; :' !

t w.iTownley 1 is aid to have confessed to An Ideal Location the. property owners,would cj), ) J' .i t : ' i: '
Verner)that he was not tick when be part or the avenue extending' north A., VANS: ,AGNEW! BROADWAY ;6; j ; P' ; OPPOSITEPO F CE
wrote bis father. Be used this a* .a lteR.P.rk. aplctoresqusuburb of from the south end ,of' Block Li of 'A. .. ) I ,: ; ,, /
be said to from Atlanta) is ad Ideal place for a high' 1C: addition, prepare 2 .
ruse 'get some money Drought's and I ''
> < Klsslftimee
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his father. : ' O class girls' school. Eight' mllea from same fur grading, provided the citywill r + 1- Phone f. 102.. .It ,. ( ,: ., ,; .',
:V Verner Townley1 gave' up his position and sixty feet. above the center''.of the \ grade same with,.. ,--street.-ma u.'AND.[ NOTARY: PUBLIC, , .

." in the drug store of Dr B. W. city. , Cox College' and ,conservatory chine. ., After considering the' above KISSIMMLE.'FL.A.t : . ,:Kinds,: ..HasiUag ;1 J.1I IF .t W FleHd ,,; r. '
Parker, 1823 North, Vandeventer. ave Is the center of, a small proposition the same was accepted.: 1 ,:, : ,
on his brother's..arrival. .They community of wealth, refined, and cultivated The' 'following1 tax sale .certifloate ., '. ., YR4FeP" !
'ii'i1 ! fir''tK" 'v: ?gnpnV"irriR'pr'Yt'ieW if
I Duel ded to get their father to,set them people., .Electrlecars at inter were ordered cancelled oo account. of . .. r 1--, ..",. .'
' up In boslnes some where. Accordingly -* yerlaUof ten minute connect the errors. existing in' issuance of same: .. .r r '

r'rr; the brother. left for"'Versailles College wIth the. most progressive city Certificate ,.No. 60. sale of A*>cus2pd > w L.. '.w 11.. .. .J. ; -

Thursday, beating their way there on In the south.. Thus doe, the College I 1897. . / IN'N.>! ,. . -- "
train enjoy all the advantage ,of '. CertlScate No. 280 '.ale.'of .. -t1
freight to tave money 1 a. great August TH'T AND.9EO.olc >il"I ''. ,
While away/'Nick'' became morose city, aid at the same time the twaoe 3rd,18 .JcnoUf AY

iti !''andquarreled with.his'brotberYit,; i* / ulet and. pure airof a rural Tillage.Cblldrcsi . I Certideat4No.,21Vaa10of,: : DeoemIertad ,.I. -1" \ . .' , . NEW? : 'SIo'l E z. l
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he 1895- ; I> C .
/. ;alleged Iti *aldthe. 'reception. .. r / ; r
'l'i; received at his. ; father' and at they i,. ,Pain. tI Certlflcate No 19., sale:of, :July 3rd. ., ,,daeem..ri..mas 1 .... .: zt.r.m ._ : f.r. . .
J" borne of his liter, Mrs:,, O. W. Bur- never cry as do children'who t are, *af- 1905.; ' -; ....w.m.. nq, ( ..-.--. , .. 'W have jtee] opened op at 1JMIII, W''I t 'I.J'JI' '

I lord California, Mo., wa not ,a.. faring tromhuDger.tSnch the cause F.i..Ai"Van, Agnew"elty'kttorney.referqerg : , r N ,:'. . ._' , . '. ,4old'staod;; ,, with afUU.tocIIOI .. ,__:-- ->..
-ent.bua.tlo... he would have liked"After / ; .ta claim of W..W. King'prranted y ; ,n. .... ;', ,
\ of all bab who and are treated 'F HeY' : <\
cry :P kdllOC !
tMILY ;t'r
W. getting ;,baolr;!'c Bald ;Mrs. I by(.hie attorneys; IwA.,Mlnx. JVW.. 8IMPSONr ,:
slckntus wheQ '
they res/lly uf ;
'* *. *,seemed to"?.1)e for ,' are and J. Oliver for B"tfcl. ) : t and rapeetfufI'y : 1i "1'
.Townley 'Nio :: par ferlngJrom ', This' i-'caused injuries recetfedby l '4* rfr."t., l'. .i'b*"'t '*= :..., ; k solicit i i lbar's .of pubilo r

tksurlarly bltterr against imeand, obi" from &their food not.bgingassimilatedbut ; "bU. child by a loose horse rnnmno; ... .a, tDENTt8T., h., Y', ,r ",1'" )rR.I. !! "" ,7rea. dalvlsy( ,"tor.11.........psr* ''ot :Ate }
r k" Mrs.,Burford...",.Tb/, *,name* ,be devoured by worms ..A taw dose at> 1..tow i upon the*.publki: : streelsf're-:' .... p, y. ,iM. elgv .,d 'fr. s-,, "
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'alledVme terrible aad-not flt.,to ported. a ''J/ ; eeol Ji .' .
were of, ,White'*s Cream ..Vermifuge-",will to'r f k \ Oittdf ore"O Pkmioy<'>
repeat.> Be said.the same tblnf boot !> '! beg- pors'tSat'th.'t"lip1.olesrl U rte*.J'J1"" J* t : *'' 19YHtMB. : "' .
eaGle hem. to sense eryioK( and..ibagla :. o.. m 'to1Jli4. : '" hi.Ulster and'awaUred be'woud- ; s .like1 'tottwlve at: onos.UC Give.aIt a f.trla :? established that a munIetps iy I QRDYALHOVabi!' r +1i to 6r11Op ..", . .., 't
&. Ia liable for such . .
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",;. ,.''Ones when Nick wa al!lour' '... 1/' '),"J.r S - *'.phMMi- "'!: ""c.tii','" % aMI..If". ,any, action,.lie. *v at;aU. li b .7ilpior.No.I70. < iJas' , 0..lyr. .. .
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. ;N6 'FUTURE. KING( OUT' F0: WALL ,AEEDLEBS'ORAILOES- : _..." The Aa.Antnms'seaeopp Old Palates'* Idea coming: .,,

: .' Are Responsible, For ItlUUons/ of Oall- more" and more to b* recognised as a 1

. ,___ ._ _ rorl .la's' 'Wealth. 1GR.. most 'suitable- tlnvi for houae-palnt-j. : \

'"fhi introduction of the "seedlessnarel '

IL.r41 orange has ,tToiutlonlsed theorange 'S PIAE1hfst ,
? I ".to make trouble for even the best job
industry of the.United State x
of painting and the general seasonIng -
It",has.drawn,13,000 men from other 'of the Summer,has put the wood ,

pursuits and transformed ,vast areas into good condition In every way;

of sunbaked" land in California into The weather, men 'y.r. Is mere'like-) i

f) orange groves.) l'-- ly to be 'settled for the'' necessary ,
It has been the prime factor In' length of time to'allow all' th* coats "

'tj', the'growthot. a docen towns .of 6060 to thoroughly dry- very important '
.....,..- .... .-
10,000 persons' "In'southern precaution.
-I I California and has added directly Agriculture In Rural Schools. mand In the allseason of the )'ear.-( An old and successful painter' ald'

8. tnore,"than 43,000DOO'lT) ;:- 'and Indirectly State. Superintendent of'Publlo Instruction Philadelphia Record, to the writer' .the other day:

UO.OOO.OOO'more'to-thq taxable F. A. Cotton Is enthusiastic ""f'W' .: .. / "House, owners would get more

.,wealth of the State. in his efforts tofistabileh. a.. theoretical -. Feeding Chicks.It : for their money It they' would allow

The first ',seedless :'orange trees as well as a practical course' is quite the thing nowadays ,to their painters to take more' Ume'especially + "
were apparently freaks of nature in agriculture 'in our rural schools. keep dry feed before chickens all the between'coats.. Instead of

and their,counterparts have never In a bulletin just out be outlines the while. :Perhaps one'' of. the best arguments allowing'! barely, time for the';surf ace

fi'- x been'found. Early in the 70's. William plans for beginning this undertaking. I",. Us favor Is the'opportu- .to ceft 'di1 enough; hof-to be 'tacky' '.

Id Judaon, ,United, States consul I The publication Is'' issued In reference nity It offers for the weaker or more, several days X weeks would not be
t: ''to Bahla,. Brazil! beard an account I to the work to be taken up .thi timid members ot the flock to get. too muchrshould be allowed so-that
; from natives of a few trees in the spring.. their share.: Usually the "dry' feed" the coat might set through and ',..

swamps on the banks of the Amazon In substance, hIs! scheme is this: Is composed of the smaller grains, through. Itls Inconvenient of. .' I '
_ some sixty miles away. He sent a In the first three years the pupils but ground feed Is excellent servedin course but,' If one 'would suffer,this

native up,,the river 'to get soma of will be led gradually .to understand this way. -so there II'>>a reasonable slight,; inconvenience It would add.

,-, a rtlaa3 sa l E rd + the fruit and to brtag-hlnv- ome of and appreciate, the value of birds variety. 'A'-A-Pennsylvania gives, two or three years to the life o( the br

: the shoots of >th< tree. flowers plants and animals throughthe a heap of advice in the following paragraph I paint \ 1;
natlri this 1 of. course, '' ;
'returned 'All
When the the consul medium of conversation and > : ,-, I assuming
was dellghteA with the specimens written language lessons\ ; The work We have tried all the.different I that the paint used is the very best "

and sent iHx .of .the .snoots, in the fourth and fifth grades will be methods of feeding and have found' to be had-" the purest of 'white lead I"

carefully packed: In_ 'mosl and clay, a.combination of geography and.out- the mo.t"l successful is the.dry. feed- 'and the purest of liaseei| oil? un-' :;

to the Department of-Agriculture at door study, with the purpose of Ins. We''don't feed the chicks for i mixed with any cheapener It the ,
iIBWARD. Washington.. The trees did not hours cheap mixtures/ often known as ,.' f
- excite quickening the observation powers of from thlrty-six to forty-eight
:, '. *JSTTLE PRINCE E OP. WALES. AND,;HIS TUTOR STRQLXI O' I' much Interest at the department thj pupils. In the sixth ;year, the after hatching. ",>md then feed the White Lead' and'oil which has been :,t tdectored r

.' ALONG. FALL MALL.. ::' Two which were planted In Importance of. the farmer In the dry chick. feed many different. grain ,with 'fish oil benzine, corny "' :
/ the department grounds died for world's economy,Is dwelt upon. The being mixed together.. .We feed .this oil, or other ot 'th. adulterant :

u't MODKRX, CHAIN CABLES.y from the, top of the shaft' are cords, lack of care and others were for closer study of seeds, and plants suchas the first four weeks .steadily. We known to the trade; are used, all the j.,
1''" -, the .ud. ofwhlch attached to precautions of the skilled painter are f: t!
t are a gotten' for months. farmers grow. will be taken up; also keep a box of beet scraps before .
,..tTnge :.Links Made to Hold Giant small bar. The operation Is as follows The Crop of the first years netted also Inquiry into.the.relation. of the them at all times' after 't..,. useless to prevent the cracking and ',' ". '

y Ocean,, Liners..Apropos" .- . :' The cord' is wound'' around sixteen_ seedless 'oranges, and those plants' to the soil and the work. of fifth day. We d, not give them peeling which make houses unsightly .
'chain' tile shaft, leaving only sufficient room wer .xhlblted allover, California. Insects and wind in pollination etc., water until the third .day. By. following In a' :year or so and therefore, make '
.. ofthe .aaasalve '>ca to the bar with two flceers, can-almost painting bills too frequent and cos t Iy., :
press on I'There'were about. box of oranges will occupy an important part. oftbe, the above we see .
mla ,made for the new Cunard liners, have his. .
'The house owner should
Illustrated inn one on each ..Ide'of the shaft. In the second ;yieldand they we'reeven time. Experimental work will be Introduced our chicks grow. Would also say '- t ,

'Shipping Ceresting facts.:; gives some; - The pressure starts the shatt,In. mo- i better than the first crop. The as far as possible. In the that we, keep the 'chick 'feed beforeour painter bring ingredients. lead to thepremises of

planting! ot .groves of seedless seventh and eighth; grades work like chicks at all times the first' few t
In ,1'
the Illustration Is shown three well-known, reliable brand and :
I oranges, propagated, from the buds that ot'grafting, tree pruning and days so they can eat,as often and a* some
of th. links of a huge cable made in linseed oil of equal quality and t !
Wales 'for the" Cunard II from the two original trees beganIn planting will be In' order A more much as they want. By this way we i
Steamship ,
mix the paint just before applying '.
Company f' ylr 'earnest In ,,18.83., The following advanced study of farm crops: will find the inactive chick get more,

The Iron, .. S V in> diameter at the I ... year-the d.maad'for buds from the here be taken up, and the boys be Induced and In a short time they start off and it"Painting need not be pensive and\', <.r.', t"

.smallest partT'of the link. Each llnU.measures I Tlbbet trees 'were so large that a to try cultivation experiments grow like the rest A. a rule It !s unsatisfactory If the old paIDt.,.'. ;

about JI % In. In length I'i dozen buds sold frequently for $J 5, and report results the next year. the Inactive chicks starving to death suggestions are' followed.,

and weighs with the crucible cast i and some growers'pald even as high The work designed for the township that runs the death' rate up In brooder -. .

'tool- stud about' 180 'pound. :Re- I LI ..a |1 apiece for them. high school will be farther advanced chicks. In regard to sklmmllk I :. !"
for Motorists.
4. oently the Cunard Company:: gave now I of course, thaS that In the precedinggrades. : would not advise giving it to,. chicks Modes .
tic that they required com links to I ,Remarkable: But True Statement. .- f ,< 'under' four weeks ot age. I think It Is suggestive of how swift 1* the' i i

be tested to destruction; and 'three --- 1Don't after that It can b* fed to chicks at evolution of fashions at the present Ii
Hon. Francis S. H..1UD. of Our
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links were cut off the cable as mad Boston Bar sends to Our Dumb Animals an advantage. No doubt' there are" time that even In'such an exclusive I
and sent to Lloyd's Proving House at i the foUowlng. written to'him K I other methods> which r. giving good 'department of. clothing a. that ot ?J I !
Netherton. Most amateurs worry themselvesover results for others but the above has modes for the motor there seems to {; :'tl
byvDr. 3. Langdon Sullivan
a prominent ,.,
.. : I what they consider the Intricate be always some change to record. "
.. ,The san-,1 was first tested to the proven to be the best for us aft.rtwentr *
*, "*" .British-..Admiralty proof' strain of physician: problem'of pruning. My'/advice :Issimply years' experimenting. After The chief point worth,.' of not at ; I-
"The facts ask for 'are follows
you as
"V 1I'.$ tons, at which strain each link yeart this: Don't prune! Avoid four weeks we 'vary the feed, dropping the moment seems to be the general Ij
: Twenty a
\ ago gentleman the annual trimming thatruins so the of leatherfor ,
elongated not quite one-quarter of ) l the chick feed and feeding waning of popularity
.an Inch. '.V :statutory breaking brought to my office a large, very many of our garde'ns. TbVr'e are cracked corn whole wheat oat.ete.- coat, the general conclusion being ;1

train of !G5.', tons waa next appliel, 't A .,. whose handsome'''right Intelligent spaniel dog more' ,shrubs ruined by the pruning feeding a mash (scalded) In morning that Jt Is too reminiscent of the .

:.a4.the links were further elongatedabort .;;--. foreleg was badly mania than by' any other one>cause ,; containing, beef scraps." chauffeur. Apart from thb. there Is
three-quanwn'' of' an Inch. \ broken* the bone being grown out of and the worst part:of It all I.- that also the question of the way: In which ,.

.After this, an'attempt was( ma4.'t4t; place. On the master's assurance'that the damage Is suffered by Just those. national Culture of Corn. It shows the dirt, and although It is, "

test the ample "to destruction' but the dOC'wou1d not bite-me I set people who would appreciate havinga In order to grow--gofldcrop-.ot of course quite possible to have sucha .

,the full power of th*tee ting marlin Figures Revolve. the JegvDrawing the bony fragments few good shrubs. After the thinning corn, It Is essential for the-soll. to b* coat cleaned,' this !Is an extensive .rand

'at (SO tons failed to accomplish this Lion, which' Devolves the platform. Into place" caused sever unavoidable out of surplus specimens the well plowed and .thoroughly .pulter- expensive business. t l

ewntt"Sndeed" ,. It Is understood ,the The momentum unwinds the balance, pain.The animal whimpered only attention' that, the shrubbery lied., For this work a disc harrow; As' a lining.: however, 'leather'more h '{ .r
but displayed .no anger; and needs Is a thinning out of, the old barrow ,
and smoothing
than It
v of the cord and also rewinds It. \The allowed the the spring-tooth. to be desired ever ,wu,
bar !. againdepressed.end. : the op- removed undisturbed growth to, make room for the'new and a -drag. or roller make a and in this capacity It is very much ..
until *It season's wood and of course the removal that theymay
rand la'
splendid combination used.' Under'such circumstances it '.
i 1' eration continued IDd ftnltel,. 'By '
firm union had resulted.' I of .
saw'no any dead or dying branches. the possl.ble delicate'tones
ofl employed to pat possible employ the most :
arrangement < the mechanism ?
... in more of my.; canine patient nor of Jail Remember that shrubs'do' not' need .rl Sibley.In .
Fred O. .
blue and
the figures :always rotate In the same 'and, champagne pale .
owner for two, .ar.. Then (again .
the attention of the pruner to make It is advisable to wait the shade
Eptomlst. the palest are among
: direction. .
1, on'. a: summer's-jnornlng) I beard' a1 them grow; pruning is only, meant until._the ground is In" proper condition most frequently employed. ,
loud scratching at my office door:' to make( the garden look'abater. And for tillage The aim should The outer part of 'th* coats thus'lined }

M'x Mirrors to Help the. Driver.' .I opened It and there. stood my old remember this golden'rule"Prun. be to get the' soil tn thorough and Is tweed either self-colored.,

.. Drivers who are ;obliged to ran spaniel friend, wagglnf his taiL ,Beside after flowering." This! means that a complete,, tilth before planting. A. which perhaps looks smarter, or In

through heavy 'traffic to any extent him'stood a ,fin* black-and-tan, late flowering shrub>> like the hydrangea thorough preliminary cultivation the mixtures in which green Is the r..

find It of considerable advantage. to with a round French nail driven can be pruned ID.the spring because aids, in the formation of plant l food dominant color; In fact there Ii every ;

j. affix a' small' bit, pf mirror plate to clear through his right'paw. I' patted the flowers are' produced on-the and by 'aerating .or ventilating the alp that this Js to b.-a green season,. ''.

this right stanchlffn-of the canopy th*.spaniel called both dogs ta .re growths that It will make In the sum- soil ..Influences the.) soil, temperature :Philadelphia Record.-- I t:!.

iV last above the .lash, 'so that''the fol- moved -the j ail and sent both away"happy _r..bnt..ltJa: lust'M satisfactory aa well as..In a measure, controls the ", .,

.... Idwlng.trafflo'may ''OberVedwithout'iturnln > ; :trotting.Side bT'slde>> aif If'I prune It In' the winter time. The* supply of moisture.,. Best of. all. It ; "

",,tJ '::'th* bead..' Suchade 'nothing had. happened.. I have never : early, flowering shrubs that to..el'OD kills out or retard'weed': growth TWO VIEWS OF THRIFT. \4" !?,'

l, vice may beverysimple; . and jaaslly', seen. anything,of either since" I the growths of the previous season which li very' Important because Rockefeller -was delighted with the' . ;;
trw be pruned in the spring..but not thrift of the French. .
contrived and serves to relieve the -may weeds consume the plant food and to '
a I driver ,, twisting., through closely1 Crowdedstreets. The, Forest Giant Tbereforesplreas' lilacs, -deutclas, the ground they also baTe. smothering ed.then added musingly: "Yet if my ,1. '

.-Motor WorlL The Oladwln Record gives a splendid golden bells.-aDd such like must notbe'cut tendency and they. take large countrymen, were equally "saving ,}
view of what It regards as probably ' back It you want to have flowera quantities of water from the soil. To where -would I b.'" l' ;

New Idea In ladders.Ladders ., the last big log rollway on the same .8&IIOn". They will In keep them back still more' and at the So .serlous-wsa. train'of thought, .!

\ are such ordinary Cedar River. '1'11e"lone ''stretch'of 'all probability require' some reduction same lime help the further pulverization started'by this reflecUon that be for. i'i''. "

FI articles that anybody,common. can build- logs and handsome river seen make ot the top. but It must be done of the soil' the field., If not- -ot-to .tip. the waltet.-li'hUa4elphle'1'

"',1, one,'.'there b.lnC'DO' secret' la 'their a. magnificent: spectacleet It .cannot by reducing I the Dumber' of the. made too wet By rains, should be Public Ledger. :--.<- 'J, 4
AS be contemplated without a feelIng growths.-rather than by shortening
with smoothing harrow
makeup. The .disadvantage of. the gone over a
Ordinary ladder is that'It cannot be of sadness In the breast of every -Leonard Barren, In' Garden Magazine. just before the corn plants begin to SO IT DOES. : .

J. Vfrl_, used in narrow and crowded places.. old lumberman, who will behold'in It _. show through .the surface. It the "You ought to take a trip through
the ot
what- seemed
; In: manufacturing plants, whew machines passing' once teeth of the harrow are set at the one''o' them big shoe manufactories

1 .1 ,' II placed together, with.projecting serried'and! unconquerable army of Beginners and Varieties.The .- "- proper slant or angle, sufficiently down East. remarked the old-fash-

... .arms at,every point; It 1s 1mxw.ble with forest giants, capable,of tor"aU holding" out beginner?| In strawberries over not to tear out'' the corn, 'this ioned cobbler: ;.
petty losses time, ,
L- I ; to get a ladder Into position. method Is really most effective In "I've been through one." replied the
against civilization and the lumber jhonld consult with some experienced
.SampleTfnks" of a Modern Cable. For Just this purpose a California destroying young weeds. And. other. "What dye think of all that
t barons. :1.. ',scene'In --camp with old grower"-before selecting'the variety orthereabouts, when the '
nan constructed the ladder shown In week later modern machinery
Angus Macdonal4DC" his aa.the kinds used In, eome'sectloneand
'r ,;41u.1 tension applied was over 270tons. the Illustration and tn order that nobody ,husky, ox be suitable corn is two Inches above the ground "Well It certainly does beat awl, ,
certain soils not -
team at the front affords Interesting on may, "
an -
.'. On a careful examination of should steal the Idea he applied elsewhere. Some varieties will ''it will pay even to go over the fielda ,; 1
Ah. links, no alga of fracture or'de- for ._d was granted a patent By study. Grizzled Mack, now second time with the harrow. The :
heaT11101111 A
bale thrive better on START.
verging on seventy, but still ms on left fine and mellow the : r
: irtect of any kind could be found. Therain soil Is thus '
and 'hardy as an old buck, has spentOftytwo' light soil:while .others give the best ?
applied war about ninety'per' field clean aDd active and the corn A ,Perfectly Digested Brekf_t Mate
.J. winters In the lumber -results on, sandy soils. *;: Some> kind '
"- ent.. 'above the admiralty ,proof plants not'hurt a particle. Thisshould Nerve Force For the Pair.
'.....&1L The two main cables fort the ;troods and It would not be strange are! very large, but not good In quall- b* followed up by cultivating .
,if. with his lore for the forest It will ty. Never' sacrifice flavorfor size rain to break the crust .
lasso Cunarder consists ot two lenghts. aaTor'la after every Everything goes wrong' If, the 4
;each 165 fathoms, Le.,'a totaj length y b* his dying request to be allowed to as everything In a, straw: for continued cultivation Is as much breakfast lies la your stomach Ilk a' .
'' Many growers prefer the varieties -
,.t J10 fathoms, of 11 80 feet In fif stand In the range of the last lumber berry.1 needed to conserve moisture as to mud pi*. What you eat does harm ,
monarch to .b. felled. the Cedar that stand shipment to market '
teen-fathom lengths joined together kill the weeds.. Keep the cultivator It you can't digest It-It turnstopolson. -
River and In Its 'crash meet- glorious ; hence/for a. family supply.thaiaim ,
\ 1>>>y twnt.--wo Joining shackles, and away:from the corn roots, however -
should be to select a variety ..ultable'
with anchor shackles for connecting death.beneath Its sturdy trunk. and try to handle the Implement so A bright lady teacher' found this \
the and of excellent
,,!*o the anchors. Tb,,. w.I&ht" for what would there be left for rugged . for la soil 'to size and as.. to leave the surface level and to be true.even of aa ordinary light//:
preference .
: -M""Io cable .. lit tons' ,"Oldjtfack". worth while .livingforT quality, not In' ridge.. It other conditions -
. even breakfast ot and tout She ,,
... not overlook'the< fact
f. -Detroit .... firmness Do '
stretch instead of fertility -
Chain,that will are .qual.uc" as requisite says: s
t. that are both stamlntat ,
-3 , In a sudden atrfln Is necessary' and pistillate,' while, others are I and a favorable season, a fine /Two year-ago I contracted .a' r..Q

a? ,,for"cable*., Carious Habits- of 'Foxes.. 'plstallat* only. Should the -.variety { growth of' stalks and ears. should very annoying form of''Indigestion.*,

I.! ;{The ;animals;'on which the 'fox selected. be pistillate, every' .fourth tea be'obtained.' My stomach waa la' such ''eondUlOL. '
FUh StOl'J',"arcI to Beat usually are often ,left 'untouched that .rruft '"
"ttr. preys row should be of some variety that la a simple breakfast of ; oalt,,
"'Hr* U a fish story ,told by a Brit- ''r round his'home;: and It"Iseven. both staminate and pistillate and FARM ,NOTES. and egg gave me great;.distress.: : a
IJaL; ,nobleman: An' Irishman iaadtcatrgbt .asserted'' that nothing is.killed which-blossom at the same time as "I was slow to be\leve, that,trouble' il
"a. big ,pike. Noting a lump l.1 on the side of the,hill-In ,which. that' ..the other In.order that fertilisation Always teed at/regular-hour) *, could com from such a'.Impl. diet,, t7 l
,.)tn .Jt* stomach b* cut It open.. ".All home Is mad, may result for It not there will be nofruit. -'A fat hen Is'queen: on the m-rket.- but finally had'to' give It .up and '1

i ,I cut It open'there, was a mighty rush For Use tn Close Quarters, In a small patch of nettles withina 1 There is no variety which can Old hens are not profitable. on an found a great change upon a cap of, ? .
>and a..lapping:of;wlngs and away few feet of the mouth of the foxes' : b* said to be the best wall varieties egg. tarmv, S hot. Poetnm and drape-Nuts with' I"

5.*- '.1... a wild duck; and when I Ilooked decreasing the sis* of the stops, mak- earth partridge placed her nest and will excel' In some respect and b* Plan' for. plenty of soiling crops.' ,cream,' for m,.' morning meal. For amore

tlmldetherr-wean; nest"wth fourY4I1h. Jag the lower.onvery: small b* baa brought oft her brood. Round this 'lacking. In other qualities.. The proper -' Have an abundance of sweet corn to than'a year I have held to this '4.
>..... .:.bad ,been.. atther sitting. devised, a ladder, that should prove nettle'" bed the cubs were constantlyto method Is to procure a variety follow the peas and oats: ':tourse, and have not suffered excepV4,.\

(_._!,-t. 1 1f1 exceedingly useful In a great manyInstances. b* seen. and In It they playedbide best adapted to, the soil and give N.O 'person who' I. affected with"acough when Injudiciously*varylagsmy diet,1 1"I

. l and seek: In ,,another case the with abundance bav been several
"- good cultivation, an teacher for' /
Jf: 4 c tIq. ; ., entrance to an earth was Surrounded food .satisfactory OrjCOnIUmpUOQ..hould+ be.. allowed years and find that -" '
1 ; "" of plant ,< results my easllydip.ted ;' iptar'a :-I I - ' five six rabbit boles the tenants to care for cows .or mllx._ .
or .
..- The-atsapl. prlaetpl* High ;priCe. For J WI.. will usually, follow, 'PoUe4" breakfast means t DeI"1./
,; T top baa been ,applied to anew' toy "II1', ,said slab.' dealer of .whteh ,iwere. unmolested II"uielleat ; ..plants'are the runners,-tfken from Every' milker should wear a clean. Tons, tore..for, .tb.jeDtlr.. da,.. ,,My e
w, 'by a Tease inventory'' He tall It the : days, \ ;"door,'neighbors.' old strawberry plants that have rootd overall:suit, kept for 'the purpose gala of ton' pounds .la: w."ht..IIo'' '"

.'; wIaIdI C.La.shown !ter.;the tram'' Vpeopt. pay tor flaa'tlnzarles, pricesthatptpeyk 'Ina' third a. Utter'of'. 'e1lbe'w... la small.pots sunk In the ground.; The,hand*::;;should be washed before ,cause mto:want to tbS h ',

|ft. ..*. a.U, *.*, $10'109 and,. W< never iused; todream'Of.Th pUeed In. .tlar.. lt. aurro1lDde4'bX' la'convenient places for-the purpose'The. -milking and the Inc.rnalle'C'I1t. ':value of Orape-Nuta. !$: -'

>Ham!. being solid pieoee.c...*.& ,**., coetllest flea Ma} this'market now fencing, from which there was BO **. small pots ari soon filled with short. and kept clean., "Ora'pe-Nuts bold, 'Ant'JI'Ukf'
r througb the ceatr. fa a abaft.4aKioli "-oBqlbbill"; ..!"h1dk..111" for 'cap* end, in which there very number ** .. "
ballsvof ( <
of table. *
ysjsiilng "' 'roots the' plants'and earth We are.all> n* forgetful; o let our. -
gaffe a ...***** above .lxty!'CtDtIa''D4; : j :oifrabbKsJ[ $abi. \of tbesewas '
t pinlerU prlee."Btrtp.4' 'being easily,turned out'without diatarbence m* whisper-In-your, pace more Nam* given by Postam.Co.;B"
1 ,.. fop. of the fraassu. -Wttbit f the demand Jor, It at.that ;atta.k d-1>y:'' the,cube,..thoata.tar ,,,, and" '',when kraasplantedooauantogrow that-nobody..... '' vented'a strainerthat' .Cre.k'Micb.; ' .J '. '
5 MHMWed. to 1H* ss>sl sear:. baa kxfafa as-muck- .Kyeeats'fiftr a would j./se: ( a dead rabbit la full ot :'Rea4"\Ji.'
uF .. ; .;; almost:a'full crop: would 'tak Impure"matter ojot "There's a reason.-"
4 t .. ." S .. ;
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wblcbftgur po . "'" had wItot
..... Is a Minnie NNR. on ? .gkthettM"Mdonr' ..being the,result.Pottd" . U. book +(
I Dehott'News'TYthag. ' of rait next year ofmilk. Yo.muatk.ev: ,U oat; or ; ; Tbs Road. to Wl61Itiu., a
; ..... ** 'ar* .. 'orata."r> .. ..suf.thygwli J-t Jt0---e.6, ilat i0N :> = ,de It never1 win be out ,PkgL -: *.,
11't\ "f, '''' :fI,"' .tfP -' ,; ,. plaAta ,are- ,. . v; n.; ) I :. ;; rye; !:
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lX elal'resaiteas,'there'are"',.*.t.1: : : -";; .' 'A gstgANsleej'tl. .( ':- *'***.,. *. atieoe '...... has testw. .. .'
us who, 'are Christilke In' : Aa old.nacre, ,wtao>as teossmai. tad .* with,, :her 1 children. than with ,Miry .& Compaq

1 Rt life.. I:have, sinned must our ,enough property to buys Moan some' her. husband. _Y '
XN'CLOQUPNT: : SUND**,SERMON' BY plea: 'for pardon must be [entered the offlce of the Uit-takers toiNearu .'.VOnassOnsAYeRY TO :

"EV. ''I. 'W.!HEItbE.60N., renewed life'must b*, our reaola- hl. far' tSTaston. a r> 1 I ,\ a MCMILLAN
fjasaesBJans nnntifriifiniijcM more
t..t' 'II.. .... 'j ,. lion Uttt,Christ may bur rU pu. "an titD.. ,.",'.. *'f"V' '4 ,dera01 ..Ail. ..... Fetal .*:. AtlM. Oak MoTlluIrrir
'" 'r 1. ill, Diva grose stes. of He belie.. .. ., I'tIPd '' li -wick,nefrousMM! than:a1l1 -AU. UJTOS Or-
'1: Subject* The Christ LIleBrooklyn ., OfcrstUan ,are largely,.,,*ot those -of -dat oo.homea.,114 your pa. '
1 coadidon.
other abnormal ,
f .,* i means or,awful delinquency.Most ternal: aneestor burden 7o t' ake4Ust4aker MACHINERYReliable '

*t of us managed to keep out of prison.. '''Charlie. .Rltch,;ta a.nonchalant , ., .
N. T.-Preaching at the Few of aa have to :stand for trial manner.' : \ ,
upon .charge' of overt ..crime.. Uost. thE
Irving Square PresbyterianChurch >THuhr.<>askodthVtaxpayer' ,' -and i S
, on the theme, "The Christ Life.;. the of us;by the mercy of God are'cullt. "What's your name?" w.. asked'
' less of -Jhe Bins .whlch'skock the ,
w Rev. .1. W; Henderson pastor, took "What's your-longevity was the
aa his text Phlllpplans 1:11: : "For me senses The, defiling sins of the ,
next question
to live is Christ." He Bald in the Christian In Ms home life are what cskednd""Huhr'wasagain wHEArfFUUt: ,
course of his sermdn: we are likely to term the weaknessesof the,response.The, old dark,

7 It is my desire to convey to your life. For you and for me. petty was doubtful whether or not he was, ;

r "minds and to press' lastingly upon faults are oftentimes the greatest possessed of any longevity. "FOG"D''! '

your hearts some homely yet help, _In.. 'With us the proneness to say -"Where do you ,.hesitate Dud 'whaV \
the unkind word '' think.the unworthy
ful. truths relative : t the Christ life. ,', ; earihly possessions have you aoenmu '- J_ 'ftI" -'

Fensuaded of the similarity of yourcare i.I to speak.thought the!tem toda sentiment the hard;.to act give or lated during your: sojourn on"this terreitrlal -'' I I is made?*from the hole' grain of
trials difficulties
problems, to
1 globe Inquired the Irrt-tak-
my own needs; and of,,aU'recognizing men, I would'the common talk :: the rule rein these to are anger_,he or most detrimental 'er, but he again had to explain to' the! wheat: ,..celery, infused_ leakIng : ,,KnBlneev oilerall
and denting sins. Many a mother the bewildered negro..who then *"
to you about this text. it natures evacuant. to auea. Wheat $epsratere.
Horace, the old Roman'' : who would give up life itself for the made his mark and hastily made
poet. sings
-7ho nestled at her breast:
child his departure.-Charlotte Observer.
the praises of him to' whom it is package.
many a father who Lot only would. ,to cents 'a ,
; sweet and honorable,, to die fer his burs l
but does, work long and weary
; country. I bring to you from the for the loved ones-of his home and |-rrBBt..Vla.DneeNervossDiseasesper.manentlycured > For!solo! by'mH Grooor ,
Book of Books no noteof death but' hearth many such. man and many by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve J ,. .
b a psalm of life "For me to live li the love of thosemost' Bestoror. W trial bottle and UtI'M.. In
) Christ and to pass beyond the veil such a woman flpds and lost to Dr.B.B.Kline, Ld.g Arch: St.,Phils., Pa. Only the man who is blindly love ,
dear a
k is but ta enter Into life more aband* to..them falls to see through a coat ,ot Complexion
them perhaps forever because of nnChrlstian Falllag in love doesn't make a min IMFROTBD SAW EUTfl.
ant. Thus says Paul. For him and < uncharltableness in the paint.TENT BEST MILL W
for us there Is no death., To live the home. foolish unless he has other weak < .Large Engine* and Bollere.suppliedpromptly.

;:,. Christ life here is to-dwellrithin the "For" me to live Is Christ;' you say. points.. Iil6lTMAH All lIS ; Shingle)' Mllle e.""' Mills 1

But do 'you llve the IlfeT Are you 1 -- ."_ _..
'For :: Circular .awe,.aw Teeth.Patent Dogs,
= f"plt
\ ofvotbera? '- ,_ II w. ....... .
;'; dedication' to His service here aa thoughtless the rights rather than Mrs.Wlnslow'.Soothing SyruptorOhlidrenteetbing.aotteusthegums.redaaeeinganima-,! := a.r. r.:. team Governor' Full line Engines e\

yll['. earnest of our entrance Into Joy Are world you loving self-centred Are you heedless of I tlon,allays palncar wind colic,96o a bottle .. C'ntoo"'Pn'lol"" ,_, ...i''" ,.. 810, Mill .upp11ss. Send fer free Catalogue.WtersiithsI ' !

eternal there. "'For .
1 apart fronj Me
.. the needs of went These are 1 For'Baby'sSkin
,, ye can do nothing," saltb the Lord.' things in life; these -are the trifles.But Fear ot being reformed keeps l manya

: St. Paul the most strenuous of to the ""BOU! that la growing t/p. man la the bachelor class. :
'i', Christians; epitomizes the Christian toward pod and out toward men. : ] ,
'l,: life In.these words to the'church at '
roots throughthe '
V I Philippi,, His utterance states the and that la spreading either failure JL JL'GUSJr'a11onofAtlant' : :,o.are & Scalp
;; sum and''substances of the complete eternities, they tb. enly.loosful: DrbJq! 8pecaU.! Pi tbe
; 'or success. As has1' been bald, w.rld. See their liberal J offer In ad.-U-
spiritual life. Our aim and our GFULilf TOWLICCURES I \*;
trifles' and _
I "success is made up .of Meat ia .tbe&' column of thia paper. "' '
pleasure It should be. as It is our '
.: '' success Is no trifle. Because of" Its Dcltcjrte:
l' ,
: 'duty, as'men and women who love hastiness, inconsiderateness CURES :
'- our Lord to so live that men looking .But the 'man who lives upright Is'apt

I: t f', .upon us, may 'view in us the weight,the all..,these soul.- are For the those Bins which of us -' to die In a horizontal position AND ALL MALARIAL rCVtRS. Medicinal; Emollient: ,'

,"1risen Christ.. i BM Men a cUndard IwoMhold ree edf for ever ee y Bim.
f J;i4 _- The text presents to our minds a who have laid our hearts sins at the which feet : :::sr4 hart t*take| taw BO Wd siesta lire OBM J baralM Sanative :and( 'Antiseptic! x
: fourfold thoucbt. Broadly'speaking of Christ they are the "Tor information eonoernlnft Government; fof cMMrra. Ommr mt4 by all draggi.1.,-' U Me ,
,' ;t \0 we-may.ay that men have four relations keep us from attainment unto spirit Distribution of Free Seeds write to. ..d$1bottls. '
r j%! in this llfe-i-to God to 8OC"t). ual perfection and the strength of WILLIAM Woirr BKITMtfmmoTOU! ,D. C," .YOUR wlo at tk ban dn
to the home and to themselves. To the Saviour. They are the, cancers entl l.s 1UTBV KTCB CO Ces ral *.eaS. LealevUle. ar.

'\\ set forth the same thought differently which gnaw..and r.t the which vitals of the man the Those who are fond of harmony. thc' :purest( aeanstoc<

: Men have spiritual civil domes- spiritual consume have no use for chin music
.,. f. J -tlo and personal duties.. ,Relation .these very ur.lesser'.-' blood.'Binswe Leaving may grow behind Into ;Ingredients and most:refreshing
might be relation
44: multiplied upon :
duty upon ,duty could be indefinitely the ting stature meanness of the and Son pettiness of God.behindus Put- DOCTOR .CUR ED OF ECZEMA" of Flower_ ors.
remarked. But that would be' to
1 ; we may become like Him who was f w.. ar wr --i cW..c :-i
suggest subdivisions rather than fun
... ...4 Phyaolaa C1tft8 JlI8ueac-D. =:
But only as we
I ,, damentals. -indeed, I am cognizantthat in exclude all things the smallne pure. .ses of'lIfe from :Tb.e..ysl""C.U..ra.....s powder 'SLcIIs.LEAQf. .. rs:. .:.; : =..
: the moral duty to the home nayeasily F..... Tm Merit." I 1fo o .. :
ail .,.. be Included under head ofF our natures do we grow
: "
"' .
; ,-a t'I social 'relations. But for the purpose But we must always- rememberthat "My face'wu afflicted with eczema In I .ncf ."REPEATER --r :.:'dI&2..
we have a duty to self as wellas the year 10971, used the Cntienr R me-, '
of the moment will resolvethe
't ethics-of the Christ we life into the to society and .to the Saviour. dies and was entirely, cured.. 1 am a practicing The *farperiorfty- of Wlnchcafer- i 'ttn.
'- Here again duty to- God presupposes physician, and very often prescribe ,
4 aforementioned divisions.'
( f" Cuticura RcMlvent and Cutieura tioap ill' ;Smokeless Powder' Shells iasundiapated.'i.Amonr
., The first the createat..the uobleitimperative and Implies right relation ; ef' '
In the life of the who with aelf. We.cannot be truer to pod cues c( eczema and they have, cored {, ... , .

.t 4 desires to conform to the. pattern man of and untrue-to salt. Right, relations 'I where other fonnnlaahare failed. ;1 am intelllgexLt, l ......... IIII I" :. 1 ..
not i. the habit : '
with God preclude an evil Inner life. of endorsing patent medi w g.
s the true Christ life, who wishes to shooters ,they,, staz d first in popularity -.;
"To thine own self be true,", the poet ?,dneg, but.whfa. 1 find remedies poe eajng( ;
; l'i'' 'for mak4 right the words living of Is to Paul love his and motto to sings,' and It must follow aa the true merit such aa Ue Cuticura Remedies' ;t ', "records and shooting'qualities. -v ...... I ..11.. PMtan, ,

I' serve aad AL''yt r ili.eaiVlr .
I may say that the whole.duty, of be, false t(?>> any manHe. might -
have said with 'equal surety, that been practicing medicine for sixteen yean, !l'

.t,r <'man For Is Chrlsttanly bound up'In.peakIDC/ibis .declaration-her. ..Isjno loyalty to, God precludes disloyaltyto and You mutt say 1 find Jour Remedies A No. sfqrJPIeld;. or Tra> 5bootng.:! WANTED= .r1
man and to self Trueness to self 1. an, at liberty to publiah this letter. -. ? aa
department of'life into which the ; G. M. Big foul, Md, ,I'
:'7.1 service, of 'our Ood does not enter. implies Chfistanly\'apeaking, .that :M.y24l Fisher-M..e.: Ask Your ,Dealer,For:Tbom.' Il..eai la : .
Loyalty to God Is the basis of all the man Is In harmony with mankind .
r A..... .
and with God. ( )
purert living and =highest thinking. '
Bargains, bargain*,, everywhere!, ..
Trueness to the' highest and holiest -
To be true,to the Father is too be ent
and Ideals that area IWben'you.hsvea't got a . ,
} J t. to society and strong for self.
f "
We may true to God and un- within ur brings greatest happlDeaa'and i" I '
true to the eoclal.- tvl1 and domestic ,pence' Right thoughts.produce. "IF. yOU. :DONT. GET WELL, II WILL. ;GIVE YOU
and conserve a Tight life. High '
conditions with which the mere fact '
of Jife confront us. thinking is a tonic. Low ,thinking BACK' YOUR'. MONEY" a"THIS :
"The earth is the Lord's and the breeds disease. Cleanness of, heart MZLEVSLEMSN

.fuln... thereof," sings the' psalmUt means clearness of head. To grovel ELIXIR. ,IS WHAT'YOUR! .DRUGGIST TH1.L9-VQU WHEN HB PRr TV'YOUOXIDINEHt98CAUSR'HS "
To be a traitor to the world is JQ b, spiritually to declare, one'a self to :

craven toward the Maker, ,"y be a sloven mentally'"We must keep .'Ii -BBt a and'".Ca.ryltMt5e I
not praise God with our lips and disobey ourselves purified of .unwholesome-- liar.than f U "

+' Him In"-'our .,ery act>! Our pees If'we would attain the heights 1U HTiar wootderf.I.propert...imUv.. and awf server knMhKo - : : .

p, words honeyed though'the,. J>e,' will where holy men dwell. ibowllulit baa no equal ..a ea... tIT
Education is not salvation. Knowl: for CoaaUpatigB. BlUouaanh iBdin ;
count naught for us unto righteousness. /
tlaB. k>tck>M a :
The test of fealty is In action. edge is power and should;Induce. pu other ilia; ariaUft from a
k Wo must measure true to the Ideals rity. But the pure in heart-*-mlnd

,"; a that we preach. Prayerand; praise you.,not tie strong in mental force) TORPID' LIVER., '. '.KNOWS" Ii' '. : -
HE DOES ; ; '
: 'are but not service. -the pure in heart' alone'see God., :? "
h i worthy, they are BU( atticUy' *(atat>to CDBVBovnd . '
Prayer pleasea God and It strengthens The vile of soul are always in the It baa BO harmful or ewe '
if i us. Pralie,.no doubt makes joy depths of hell, and all the wisdom of BBplcaaaat CUe but apes effKta.the a-IU thorougllm nabs -la WILL, CURE: ,CHILLS; AND YEVERS.; ,

, among'the.angels who surround the all the ages could not pull them out; claaaalnv the stomach and tx>_U ':\
{t, throne. But It.j. the service.,which A clean heart fits.a man for--life' I otaUi _ItieD..D4 toabltf.p lbe ,IT: IS MADE IN TWO FORMS-REGULAR AHD"TAS'n.i.&III'JSweet"

l r'. does-.thing;,, the prayer which resolves -, labors. We cannot submit ourselvesto I ,.dition ttr -*l y avlBf t nt the|xnoa tttlinf COBI ( children like It). Ark I:'for;either one. Tory are both guaranteed to cure !' itself Into'action; the praise the rule of our evil passions if we I'atwd.. txcaBM ry orraa la Biaoe druggfatav It ia the Chill Tonic that contain no poiaon. .*- -' : -" >"' "" : : ,; W,
t' that is founded upon the knowledge would escape ruin. "Our bodies are f I to perform Its part perfectly* '' 'Read the following analysis mad.,ty the (tats chemist who analysed three bottles of,pxidloe.Mat te'hto by the i8!

"1: i, of JL task through His grace/well good servants but poor masters" is 'IlL UIILMallTTU. Aunt main.. Secretary:ot the StateJPbarmaceutlcal! Association (The.Texas Retail Druggists Aaaociation):" t;, *' .'
'J t done-which makes most for pleasure an apt and a wise saying.;, The Christwas Qnm :lo.s CoU.1ecu.. ,
r i, and for Joy in the heart of our King. a power;' 'because He had a Houston. Laboratories .Houston Laboratories:"

",' .A The Christ was true to Ood and to healthy mind and a pure heart. To Chemical.... Bioletlcal cM.IcaI', Biole.leal ,.qmlim >, .
man and Ho self. The happiness of Him evil was hateful. For Him love .aael_ sae walaNN St e.Nea e..e .... a1r ...._ e/umq. aWyb nee v" se .1 Cease'_ ... vela_ a e.......l.W ..'. ..
; His Father's universe-was His hoper was the law and the'llght of I itJ
and care.- To His home/ to'' His .- For God Is love. ( .Why doesn't the ittage.uae Its own F.. S.TILSON. Dii.tlor Aa.O..hoU.:5, : ..4.LA-j.o

I )r neighbors, to' His country' to all To be pur,', to be gentle. to Wnoble. .' wings In an',,atempt ,to elevate ,Itself 'IW r-s sass craw 114 1-1 wren (Till* ; .
It trusts, the Saviour was faithful. He "to think kindly and to act-wor encases*B Lt*.Jaacet.Mt.Ttfft ' ysis'lst'a.
1 cnrnnoATB OF rnz
[ had an eyesingly toward holy and thily, to be Wright toward man and in O. lr7.lsw.. '; ..A SMM f wmii mfia* "imlrtH" ,",, 'Of Three BodlM' Oaldl..brtdtte4
I ": hallowing service. Preaching a gospel the BlghGof,God.''to be' growing constantly HERITAOE'- ,,''OF .CIVIL} WAn.: DiARai< OfmMf M*.*r.wi'.ii'I eVb a b.M.see nHIS i aailTJla*t ttoOlMLB l' ,,Taaa,eT Ceonlary ot the ...brlt.w.ii..eio-t.e.; .

',..- of life He lived a life of love. into God-likeness; that is to ... t seat y'"thu tanUI will M dAf dry r....:::mm&terra _: t''' .' ,
And so, to be like Christwe'.tuatlive be truly Christilke. And to those of Thousands of Soldiers Contracted 'r.apefaweb..t_*HttM. wklK....1which Maawre. "uy 'aeaar.t+ieu,7a..._ r
; ..
I. i - -
'00.av at to pbui-BMS B S fmr -bi- l ha w fans ale e.faa *.airier a1M.1.y or
like Christ. His must be us alone who _ ..... ._ _.
hopes '-I. .
j are trying as Chan- tim to be I la me. r. aaae"1.b..s eC a Ie. S'
Chronic, Kidney Troable. Ill ..ta !'UakI..I... r _.7n r. ei. e '.
\\W our hopes;, His '''pleasures must be fling has said. "to let the spiritual. M r y t.eo nm. ./ vq Ny, wlaWrr tRrp..alael: ea W.s a ss a
our pleasures.' The motive In. His unbidden'' and unconscious grow up 'The experience: of Cap\John'L. Ely ; .. ,. .5. rnaoz..des,

3 A life must'be the force which in our through the common. who are- living of Co. E, 17th Ohio now living at'COO OXIDjNE 'THE: CHILL CURE:', THAT> :CURES: CHI&LS,
lives, will make 'for' goodness 'and nearest to
/ .0000rc..of.all love East Second street Newton. Kansas, "..
i godliness. And godliness Is but and of all life is It given to saywithverytruth"Forme ,, +.. will interest the thousands .

goodness railed to Infinity.Aa to live Is Chrlst"Seed -
. of
the Christ must the " veterans/who '' .
was, so It is rather surprising observes the -4
"f i Christian be. truly spiritual.' His came back from the '' YOY:
H t' guide and his guard must be' the ? That Grew Seeds That Didn't. Civil War .ull.rlnctor. 'Washtpgton"Post, that' none of the Frees Lands :

? Comforter who cometh from above. !'I ,have noticed that when the tareswitb, kidney complaint correepondencr, schools have> undertaken ,
green' leaves have to teach 'UDal-4t 1ng by mall.CAPUDINE ._, I ftj'
Divinity, deep down in his heart will 'appeared. and'have : '''Capt. Elysayst 'CU"

be the-power.. kud.tbe mainspring lifted themselves a little above "I contracted kidney .;:. .-h. go .
,.his. life. the .soil..It often happens'that a bit ... r.: .
+ troublednrlng the Civil I (JIo. _p..1 "" teliijii1 ,
a ChrhUaDlt is of 'soil adheres to them and toweight -
cleanbusiness seem
pure politics ...,.., .
l# methods, sturdy honesty : tbem. But, as the plants goon War,and occasional Jt'raw Iara.dkt' .Iy- ...d baoe... r.b.... ..Sew..-lLda.tb .., all Inflamedutcrated, and eataebal eoa-''
attacks finally developed _,... 1M_.. 4tJl ._ didons of the mucous membrane such
' .and noble purpose all rolled "into growing ''they' ca.t..o1E these CUR ES r_'.._ v.a .7.1...,S ,M_of WYe'hr.iea4s .5 aaal a*
f specks of earth and Into a chronic ..... c.ew W _I If.rr catarrhuterine catarrh raiisi><
one.' A clear conscience means a push on valiant-* aw-a arm < .
,At INDIGESTION artd =: : "J--:: :'-.r-"i"" ....M o by timid... Ills, sore throat, soremoatb ,
brave ballot; audi conversely a dirty ly. Some of my seed must have been' case. one time I' had to ere a .- .. ,
'ballot- means a smeared sonl.. Up dead, for though.tbey'had'abundant crutch and cane to get aboit My I ACIIIn r.rA'L': Ju-1.. ::,- QI'II.fJamecl.' 'eyes-' by simply. :
the stomach -
,,n right''' business 'JDetho"- ..rn" their time for. sprouting,v they did not all ':back was 'lame.and weak, and.atdes'the Ve, ." Southwest 1d in dosing But you aureJr earn cure. these- stubbor:
not In unde- appeal:, they lay there inertly amid r .
own i Reward perhap.' ; aching., there was'a, distressing aflecUona local treatment with I
by T f

,:-,,, 'served.div4rted dividends'and*profits,"wrdngly'divlded'or : but in happiness -- the"Which earth.' things, 'have' been'. ;'aktD4or :- cretfons.'retention'I'wan In,of a the bad kidney when: "'- ASIi1NGTON'': ,: Call 1 I f',0r' ;, ,nJ a. Paxttne Toilet AntiseptIC: '

heart. Honesty Is but a parable to me. .. Though way "
'+ s of a step ? ....... ", ' ', -
l In 1 began using Dean's Kidney' FUls In .COLLJGE' x-- which destroys the dlseai rennacbeeb
i toward' hpllness. Nobility .and' sincerlty seed their growing brave care ? ;' .
are mighty:force.. And.these tied.on their leaves BO me.of the soilaaAthey 1401, but the remedy eared me,. and .= ;;::. pals. ?; and heals 'the*>

facts the civic and the' businessworlds' crow: they tsre flinging IC- ]IJsav. been well ever since," ",,aLUTfRED 1795 1r"n""7r. :-Ibtet".ae.e \\tt/ Lrantatloa and soreness. '"",. ""!, ."

are'"recognising, more 'and off while the dead 'eeda are 'belp.I. Bold by all dealers. 10 cents a box.rosUrMtlburn .. -:. r..t.. _..lilClt...,....'.T.... tine represenu the most successful

more...._Dishonesty.. Is a bad Basset: ... under the earth.' A.Christianmay Co.:. BlJrta o. N. T. .....544g Irawa tT.s:' :.ofb..wpS 41k.' Pee,. INde \ treatment. for.femlnlae HU ever'
need. Thousand of
and the Christian' man. who stands be carrying some. \taeaa And enseemly ; women testify;
four square to the world upon,..the earthliness,- ,Bot ,Jd'he be ''' ...,. J ; :: tastes I fact. ocetttBIs !'. droggishl.,; '

rock"Christ Jesus,IB to have the call.Timeserving really' athrill with'the new life and. $TOPPDD'Hllix" *'DBBTNITION. I.riqi o..d a .. sus11es.31g1 ,f tfiend foe F'r e'TrW Boot.

"-politlciana may scoff; growing;;' he'Wilt 1Ie..t..n."to..louCh f"wDo you think"your'' father would. ,Jbab is a true optimist:. Ask him, t Nrk..Or.11M T0 It. r.41'0GO...... .... .......
thoae*'who 'donne character in the 1olf"'ln' time. Let,me he how aadhell: alwa !
); *Jlk. met as.a son-ln4awr_ things are golag r' '' : .
term.' of..preferred Block' ,and who patient ebanc..GOd, with/him'and.>lTneJ*,,give him ;..a arrres; I believe ha. would.". ' ,lay'he eaa't'COJDprain. ' ttaah 1._"...,''Waitt'i'' w'.... P.r .._ t ttr

prefer.'gold-1 goodneas./tnay "eons 'cpe. hopeful fact'Is -Ok. Joyl '1-". Hie m.-UaltaUoa ;do.act mat.*. WhelltiibOLLw .irlt :ltS pWtI.'frDt.-.-nee .......
jl to what'l. highest that he !e.alive and crowing.
life tine; am misjudge may seem still'to have'ths Dead .e dB. are ,powerless: So are "Papa tad I never agree1.aboUt.aQIo.; Mm'e.nd"optimist 1The: true' optimist. work in.'it.wopRtlNnpkeltt .anto ; = '

stranglehold upon the 'Worlel; ;.Qhrl" did aou e'rWaylan4, )!; HoJ1- thing.',yo kaow:-Cleveland Laader "a mac.'who can.eomplala.but. .wont.. '". old <, a0.aL .

.tians'may stumble yea fall upon the .. J 1
'be derelict duty ii ..
Klng'a highway;
I t, and to faitlr may Xt e,'..Footstool,and ;W: tasroey

wafn.d. :P r.8d, ",-"- 'III'el '
,", !''but tUe effefpll _"'|Imltat."POO1'R Plantation 41rii
,.' I ancf : on; UO.-1' Cure is Guaranleed
I. 'b.tind>> to win, : : .r ward jure vand with the i calm wait
dl f"' rr.Bnt while man7.of uai W1AiFdithe 44 BSJB"eSiEWrit:'f ivtui l hBW j Rem.tabsr.

grace of God enabled tpjtpproxV when you pray.'tKO at once from the

,ti '' mate .righteousness, Ja tour';wider,so'LUC footstool to the i.t. wer.-z 1...V.a......;' ,.? Te 9 rv M.SSerrey Rs/utesee by Veur M roiaMM..LIe. why We try IT f iMoe, sVOo..t'TJlE'RUL Ra1.M,
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Office! In Valley: wtt ',,B65Wne.KIKS1MMKE. !{ 'r. SumeioodsRefrigerators:

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4 ...AD.enrrsymA.eta uniinmaKiaOoae..mum emapt U..lMd from. br em the aat writer.. w .., .... ,. ..
.Isis,.m.M.r will..not be. returned ..nisi.w '01. : -I. -:. .
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aeSaSn J.. -' ,, sawru ., WE AIM : J .. .: . "
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psr 1 plait ".4$ but V .
One eopr.,.Ia three mantlie- ....r>-J-.-...4.4.. .f.l1yWf..W;; yf not merely to satisfy. ,1. .

/, to ,you with the : .. ., '
__ ,.; Fr,day.,'Aujf/U".19p6.; ( : V .. .

_ ,' '. quality of our groceries Freezers .V..: ; ; . : : .. !

r.{' A Sensdess' Ruling: We can give you the - .?. ... .' . .'. : ., ' .-.".. I. . ' .H". ..

'' A recent ruling of .the postoffloe de. 1 .\.. ," \ ..... ,
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a .' partment requires.that all mall matter BEST OF. EVERYTHING, Coolers t .' ' "<', ,I ... '),,
f' taunt be examined bjr the receiver before \} .: '7
ti;, leaving the office, and 'such mail in the liDe'ofilligh' Grade .: r, ;.;...,., .,. . ; ) ( -
a* have been placed In hid box t STANFORDCARSON -
may ",
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mistake returned, Under :f: \ -t. {, !, .
by at once a .
KSOO penalty - I Table Luxuries and Provisions ..1f-il lh: ,' k '. .' r; rCanopies
.t .
i Besides being unjust] in making the I :Ni : :( "
patrons of .the office responsible lor themistakes ot all kinds at : R ,/ : '.
of the postal Clerics the ,, '
(regulation 1* as foolish and Impossible prices that are sure to '\ v' .' .. . :!1r: .
of enforcement a* would, be a law" to . . :
prevent men from doing in their shirt command utt nUon. T.V..i;: ; '! '" 'f'O'' ), _..
& sissy, In hot weather, and requiringthem Hammocks - : i
", fo wash, their feet, every night "
,r, before ;going,to 1M *. or a law, ..forbldr .HOGAN & FLOYD. GRAVES :
ding pretty women, from wearing, peek. .. : '

3 av-boo waist, .*In summer and taking 'a .- ...-----..--,.--.----.-.- :
f .Ian glance In the mirror before !goingout ---- .Goods "
J for promenade on' the street. ,
; a : .
iA fool killer l badly'-.needed'In partow: Courier thepostofflce CITY BARBER SHOP UARO'WARfCOMPANVr': .
Informant. "* I
4 A for Young., r----WILL QtlYTON. Berber_.-; : . ,',
System Keeping j

"tjereis a summary,", write' *..Harriet Now Open for Business Baby Carriages .. ,:

Martin In the New" Idea Woman'* in Patrick'* Old Stand t
Magazine for' September "of a num1 0 .
'ber 1 of rule that can keep the busiest, I -, ,
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the' most beautiful* plainest, the NEW CHAI1. : . . ,
cleveresV the stupidest woman-young, 'NEW RAZORS., ( \, .
_ ;all berlifer, Have a conscious determination B BIG LINE'I . ' :' 't
IL to keep .wee'mentalll; a determination 'NEW EVERYTHING . ", ./
to use yonr brain.,' few or ',,,;: .;r' :., '!, ': .;, ".." .. " 'II.
,!I many a* the case may be, to develop Guaranteed. : '. ..> r .. .- : " .
.them,Io.ery possible way in order ...Satisfaction. ... '- ; ;
,thai your Increasing mentality an the .. Harness, and Saddles .. VV V. 1
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,OF NO AV. 0 "
;years pa. ,may show In your countenance .
have determination, having
,developed: your brains, ..o 1 use them ,; '
.that your, word, and action may befoslble U I II
and tb..rerore.ul..ble to your "LOW .RATES fI
time, and that your dress may ,
evidence a fineness of taste in keeping ,V1A

_',.a' ..BavlDR with' your?thus general/;attended'good to the judgment only part SOUTHERN*t RY.. .. 4I' """" k WVV""W" ..

of.your, life over which, you really J

_ have the responsibility, await events,. 44.05 C. A, CARSON: Pr..lde.t.- N. C. BRYAN,Secretary. f. .. .p
'never attempt to hurry, them, remembering Detroit, Mich., add returns Tickets S
that 'thy fat Is 'always hurry on ale dally) limited Oct. .31.. 1t116.t c. A. CARSON; JOHN .-LBB. N. B. ARSON.". .. ,. .. I SHEl' ,
C h)
..feelthee..' Preside Vf, r.
_ toga that' jokes $54.10 I ,
reason so are
'mad about woman', ace lies mainly Saratoga 'Spring. N. Y., and return. State 'Batik of Kissimitiee.
in her dependence her looks. Oct. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. '.i.If
strong on. : Tickets: solO 1,dally; limited .i
MeD rain a* they are, are vain mure 81,.1D06V. kissimmee, Fla.

01bell'Strength Btrenath doe a not*'delicatebeauty fade tbaa a anythingelsel* do wooen'pobarm.rssc4 and. Lake' George$55.95) N. Y., -and return. PAID,;.. trp CAPITAL" ',.-.. :-.= ,.'/',.-.. "."': oo; -W lloI.sele ..4 Retail .RT

leodernes of form.. 80 the men,getting Tickets. sold dally;//limited( Oct: 31I9OQ.i .I I. 4TOCKHULOBDS;:....'.,.. SO OOO 00,"''r ..:. O JFJ 'O., E : : i Si M ',
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on;In year, nave the advantage: '* DEPOSITORS SECURITY, ."{... ..'.-.., 'IOO OOO OO'' 1.
__ if Just soon as women' In their looks $48.85Niagara .
face and.figure! and dress--learn to be-, Falls F. Y.,, and return. ..4'Careful Attention 'give -to ell matter sa- '
come more, rather than less, attr.o- daily, i COUNTY AGENTS FOR j i.
':itiver<. ,the* .)oKlall' will, 4)8a.e.!' . Tickets I90tt. sold' I .; limited Oct. 31, rates trusted'ta,. ... Exchange; .. good stall polatast cheapest .. V
MBy M <

__ ,:j In.....;. : ::1 di_ ia" liues. Toronto. Canada'$53.30.and return. Tick s YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.:;: i HAY I Celebrated. Fertilizers I CItATEQORA1A' .s ,

< There'was' .eeltog' of(,ioAl .-1. onbou' els.;sold daily;. limited';Oct.31;,'1VOO. ,, ..... ..,.......... . .. ,, ,.. . V VV ..E..TO' C. '' ,
IL. '--1', --'. .' ; +" Circular. :
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; ; sad Prices
jjU'ild *t-ttas,, an- .. '" ."r r..-Hy.;<"".*mre'SiP>V 4rt.N; ,. 1-, iit.' v >- IiJJiiI.I.1. 1.-.u'L. I ,.;{" 1.',,,' ,,0 . " ...... e f
t... l .' Paraphed# c f Applied loa.BID ... "'" q.\
sol III'tu. ; Atlantic oli,.i'N.1.'J T*and il lreturn.Tiokets.old \, :, : k/'r' '. .. .. I \" :" ,

i eme an appeal court. from tJ&B a United decision States rendered 1908. ",. da111llmlted!! !I.. *,- ...Oct.. 31, r .&.Ar'-' ...-'.:.&'A'. catwaec111.aAa. :.". LjeVjALriBkjAijeVjsVrfli; .jAuri 8 .'" .-' .,.i ._,: :' ,.,,

rbs 11 1 was him felt in the that case be bad of J.gone O. outside Rawllng, of $52,75 '-t NORTH KISSIMMEC.C' ":. : .__ .'., ,.,.. ",r '_. ..... .... ,HONE NO.. Bs_ ':.. h Jr Tw 0"IProctMC L'' ,! li
:Ida law, and that; the ,admlntstrtlop, .Newport, R. I., and"ret.urn.. Ticket ?
Lor, justice' bad been Interferred with old dally'limited Oct. ;,31, 1900. lit .$

_ ina*'That. matter delayed.official to rendered the The floveraorsubmittedthe Attorney opinion General'.on ,Washington. .1 ,$37'D.. C.0', and return./ . y \ .' GRIFFIN ,, t tj i Country> ; : > a Spec, :> 1alty.f': "i

Tickets ,, ,
Wednesday to the effect that Judge 1803. on" sale dally; 'limited Oct. 31. """ """ ,,

4.. Speer acted within, t.bel.wi and said It $46.0Bt t. ....
was' the duty of 101. of the ",
state to re.pect.-Ue'.1ud&- ,..'. action "in .'Chicago, III:, and r turn.- ..Ticket Fancy Family Groceries -:- Fresh Meats; f' ,ATLANTIC'CCASTrLINE )
etbemaUer ,
on. sale dally United Oct. 31, 1W> I j '
but Tb.with, trouble the law.Isn't' The with' ;judge!'t.he.*Judges' don't, $55,60' '; THE THROUGH CAR LINE FROM-FLORIDA. -1.t

like to. take the responsibility:) of deny Minneapolis Mlnn: and return. V :

how lag a be man has any been-unlustly'chance there convicted may be to, Ticket Aug.. : ,on 31.'sale Extension A'\Ul.Jq.ll\ Sept.; 1%30; limited 19"6.: L Delivery? : Every Day! at Any! jour. Patronage" Solicited.! OONNECTIONS- .. ".

especially when his,lift I* '.at stake Passenger/ and ticket office' 108,' ____rP 5U"rRlr"-rl-l'SFrRF"YrNf lFrYr'g 'tlr'lF__9 Iltlr'V"'ai 1 To 'E Over its own Rails to' Savannah Charleston, "
Rawlinir and his sons were' to' have West Bay. Su Jacksonville Fla. ast Richmond and thence '
the. Washington Via Pennsylva'nla -
been hung' at J Valdosta today. His J. C.' LUSK '
:, attorney applied to Judge. Speer for a District Passenger Agent. ALL RAIL Railway. .

being writ of to habeas show., that corpus their' bis trial purpose hadnt erar ---- WE .KEEP A ,COMPLETE LINE(OF THE BEST. f I To W es1Via' Montgomery and Louisville &, Nashville' > \

bees a fair one. The writ'' was, re '*'vr the Via Flyer Route"nd Atlanta.. '
_ o fused and then an appeal" ,.. applied DO YfU -* To Via Sa.annab & Ocean Steamship Company forth" '
1 '
-1'; for and granted EastVia New York, Philadelphia and Boston,,, via Norfolk i V
There t f no tellhijf'b, o there} will,
'. WHISKEY WINES AND BEER., Steamer to New York Washington; and Baltimore,
.be a decision of he appeal Certainly via Savannah Merchant and MltiersTransportation :
.. not until Octobfr.-and if the appeal .* Steamship.Key ( C()., for Baltimore and Philadelphia,' ,
be.d.Uintssed for any, reason -. I .
whatever, there not be other 'West andHavana. '
may pleas Via,Peninsular '
.' Interposed to delay the .
execution It '
does look as U there was something: R. R/WHITTEN"' & CO. Company. l ',,f'Whit.
wrong with the law, .that' permit the Tour .of u.. eelellratH "*" ?. Naw Y"rk Florida Mpeelal.. Florid. and. West Indian ."
Interposition of so many technicalities Health? Limited J.Chicago A Florida Limited and Dixie Flier.", ...

s.- oo to It iXthezeouUonofeentenoes wllr be recalled ,not of .. :1:: =' 11033.0. -> .", ':1.'., ..< 'Orleun;JLo.. >, ''F1 a.". :, Quickest i. t Schedules, Superior Service.. Y
that t
; also Mr Justice Brewer, "'of)very',the long Su- .If- yu el.. take: ., .,. for Uformatlon as to.......echedclm,etc..eon. ...U the Purple Folder,or._....Ie...a-Msi
.preme court,cache wide comment 'BA ''In JOHN, : : *J,WVcABai. ...' 1"y' "...: ,KIRKtAND. :> '
Proposing that the right of appeal by In anTs Jpecific Tablets, B. STETSON, UNIVERSITY. re.'WHITE. Tr. rw. Agt.rt. 'Tampa,.n" pIv 1'... A.; c..

-criminal, :should, be abolished v:_II... &).it...a......._'....h.n....._.. sod .a1M..r...... PO1R> COttBOBS AMP FIVB: TECHNICAL SCHOetS.'DiLAHD t :. a... lo....Alt 'wlimlasina,N. C. wCRa10 Pan.Tramo: War
tbe right by which so. ;many wealthy > .hl..1M.vl..h..4. ." MIN.I.......
__.., . FLORIDA.
I erimlnals succeed In Avoiding puoUh- TN \ u.U.I..tmit*_ ,' _
[ after the convlottoo.Law In his adaress r..r.a I....'....4 OT.M-I.K&IW.I.I.....*.....'I'.u.My.4n,!.L toil M eu..h...... ,', AFFILIATED'..WITH THE UNIVERSITY. CHICAGO.' :Always' :Remember' the Full'Ncinie' ""

Taft Yale,, Secretary School of 'War.last yearjjiJudge said"bat ' wttk.e Mi:T.MM Mli.riM. ..k:u r k*=: .1 1y' COLtBOB OP LIBBVM.: ASJT*.-Theetandarda'aretboeeaf. tbe Untrentty of O, ....... eta. ' M
.. .,... _' and Seethe and
NnlnMn. D..1.N.rll.b. N .mo4aa..tIM degree from botbrgtetaoei Ghtaaeo.; Ckkiacv StetaoaOF '
,; the criminal was so safeguarded .r.b.r.lll. M.M..p1. M......, ...t. : Laxative
>y technicalities that he me*' almostItuaraoteed ,-, f"4 "" ; WtLoEaON: LAW idu.Ue; at this .unle..., he. ,
imnaanltj> was COLLBOB.OP T8CNNOLOOV AND SCHOOL DP' A ItT v>M Is tea with tisc. ooJ"un. hint, ass it mMtric. KtwiMarlns-aadaUnualTrmlntna-eounwh: ... .. M 01/ FiiMMw_ bIaIJaI...... Costly "
;wena does i appear a* It there were -. ._ "*" ottaO8"OP! Ul'Ite Imineaee.'Bookkanilne ., ...' ede.' : : '
iito ma8jwiys for d.laInc'' justice If 1 7. USIKB!* '-Baiildn In ; t + Chores Day Grip ial wo.
Sborthaad end Typewrttlae.. Ei.env..ourw: eoani tat other departntenta 'Lore.FaeuHy and fan- ,
Mb0 'Of'.ctu..U .. '
., i defeating' i ,.that the' "' '
.''.lllural II fyr fore crime of conviction was' and punish,lost. ' FAENdI Ft IEP1 |....PRBVApR. 1at,8T..--..WM>all C .Y.-<1 .i0at-W:.*_>- . t...M..!. -... a 4* .. .. Pd..Wq." .0-.;.a.n., ,
practically L fIIOliMAL AND MO08L SCHOOLS-1. il.dwseel.d hi Ite tmOdliw. *. Printey wd .; oa' I;
{. Ye 'a: .
ere. for Instance,, 1 the .
man Pateoovleted ? Ois.m.r School In anarate balMIn* Tb..8.bsi.ap.ef.8r Pvblle School ... .. :
In New ,York of ,the A sows coos.a.:.M s.w..a MUSIC BCN00L-A tl b OS ple.'ag.a.. ads., pM.oti= Mndl.$ ,l.rg. lads. .'. / : t'(
otUkemliUeoalre,'Marsh, wlTv( erl..laur 1 Tkeroe;["eey__"' ". .. ."
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been four year*slooe be was' onL1ML .; . .. OUoM..Harvard.Yale, DartavMth.001_......T-.... Woks Fonat. fcBnekaen. <.ll.rnk Utrecht ;I Has ;Stood, 'The Test :25 Years
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aDd 3""b7 &eo1Inloal WM of ODe? rse..aa. ra.t. .sw' "- There ere .vw I.buildin. "
and aootberbebas.aotesded ..mii4 .' ,
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IhitaNt fcMto swslC a orsasivs w .a appeoatwK. aa innlrnijj r..testook
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ftG liilllllliMVllte' Galt* "T' A6OemY baegl pae..i; Wai. ..* :Mrs J.; 'D; "trader? >I'8i' *;a'- In" flve fail usMk lit:
*, ,' F : ed Tuesday from a y"It to relative l Shoes .have arrived' sea are ready to." P 4 YOUft'BOlttt.
Dwellings for rent'apply t.cJ.1it.T1t* a.* Fort Pi,see." ; 1..Ioa..,:: j ,,SAMD,, I
TEL.PHONi NO. ".. ter. : : .
r The' ''Campbell. clerk 'Whltaler'aatf' Revl ;J.T.; IVeates has sold b"'I-

8M &olord'Nobb.1 line of ..New that W> lii'-We KIsshnnMS to '.dr., A.
PUBLISHED EVERY" KH1DAY( ' Basslager. soboAle opened! for fatcta e I ,
ST. .. ties.' -" "' I laid 140".',' 'fIr'-. !. Masel.y, who win) *ov 'hte ramll *I s: '" 2 ," . -

,. 'W.. .,,M AU Summer Goods at actual, eost aStanford's. &' M;. Haiaer QroaMMlte{ sad Mr.. .:ro. tbre4' .. , *. .' . . W..JLJ"A. iNSON! COMPANY ,. ..
., ) 'fW.W.h. k his ....
,tJ 'I trey of Mingle Creek,t wenkdpw*. tLougtaoan ...: d 'dauibt.t' "p' '" .
otrlolal'We' R.pors.araa..a Uncle Fred! Molntosh celebrated his : Saturday! ,; I Hl A. BelU accompanied-- byRons'Cromartlewere Miss 0'f:, ' ::\ .< ,

Tsn."V"<'aBW: ..i.tTMOUD.T ....'!. birthday last Sunday.See I pleasant ...Orlai' : "
474th oe".paper .
discover ,1
A''Kansas hat Hals PAHST JPk te.
a > .
r .",,11I.. AU(.IS,...*. do visitors Saturday, po.ftff "j
.' ....;... those *M and 1 W Douglas Men that some mer contract; -f fever, ; bykissing .; : :
' patent vlci shoes at Stanford.. grass widows.W Messrs Jno. M. l>e, w. L. Van . .'. .
Mia. DuiorMorgan Bass Mumbo Tli f'
"Z Mae ,
tsp.' A good time to save money by buy- J. MoCraukenr, the old reliable dall and Attorney\or'' Vans Agnew "
-' -- leg figured white, goods at Kats'..\ horse mao w111.srrlve her with athgther' have ....t.lraM.frolD. Jacksonvtll, : -. :,
''rI4.. ...... ft carload ,of horse ;'about AngusiT30tb "
. %! were'summoned '
...... ... *, n Judge and" Mrs., W. R. Johnston where they to a- beatIng Will '': Money.' '
Saturday ; See his adv. In the paper. .Save'Yott'' : ; :
,.... .a..., ....<.'..Ji;; !.!!- returned Monday troutla! ,, few. days before the Untied States Court'Itbe ; $:; 'iJ= i
by Monday ...'. ..... .. n M visit to Tampa.A Boat J, Mi Bryan of '-Danla, sooompanl. -: celebrated Everglades drains/ ,;;?:, .,
...... ..... .. IIU 74 \\1.\ ,
To. :"ci. .... III 9! 111 ,.,..eD .'d by ,,his daughter;' Miss Floe oases; it' ;Improve Your
.. W...... .... second band Deerlng mowing machine ? i Will. ;Property i? ; ;
4; bandar.....*j> lIP 74 in good condition, for sale rlc. arrived Wednesday afternoon 'The' Messrs wl. A McCoo), P,, "

;'. t, w.... V'.11111)11.., .... M. cheap. 8. C...O. Bdw, Co. of having his daughter baton summoned\ Mrs. the. Simpsonwho bedside, and while Jr.,at who their, have''splendid been (pnndKa , + ; *
OD Easy'Tenis.'will''Qurantee' '
; place Will Paint on >,
_, .
? i In -- -- -- Lawrence McAliste'r r came up from Is seriously 111. Steer Beach., left".IILerd., ,for their : ,
> Our rate for insertion of .advertise dowII the river and ha been S''>endini' Will Guyton< the Colored tonsort'a l.. home at Beaver F.n. ?*.,, They had< V

I meats among the -reading matter 01 the week: at home with his parents.. artist, will leave Sunday fur a two as. their guest while here Mr. ChusMcore the 'Job. .
'. is ten cents line each in+ 1= ,
this per ,
page :
At the Baptist bhnrch Sunday morning weeks vacation. which he will spend of Beaver Fa tic. who has purchased "
(. sertlon.9LTHE.. the subject will be.uA church at Jacksonville, and Darien Ga. j jI some land from. Mr.: .WcCoo .
... .,1'.j.. .. member that sold out." In theu EvenIng During .hi* absence his place will. be I n Steer Beach sad sill' pant: .a ten . _" :.Tt: ,i

W"; ". 00000(>''OOO ,'"One that didn't sell out." I filled by a barber from Orlando. tcre-crauefruU; giova.' rr*
Married at' the Lake bouse, lam This Is to notify my customers that.I Undertaker'' J," 'W. 'Thompson' I.

( LOCAL FIELD. Saturday. evening at 8 o clock Mr. 1 have returned enjj am again' at mj \keeping abreast of the times (D' his W. B. MAKINSON GOMPANTWith

:it M. C. Powell and Miss Ollle Robert',, place ID North K.U" .lmmee, ready tc profession. Ua has "made ''a close

Rev. C. M. Urlttain offlciatlog. receive All orders for cleaning, dyeing study of and mastered, lobe art of' .m-' . .'
b'almlo6l. and. hiss, knowledge' along --- -= .......
and pressing clothes: All. orders will ; '--- : -' -

Sheriff-M. Walker returned from has receive.prompt attention this line ha been a great ooovetflenoio ; e+t.elir erT'e+rieit#e+ii 1..+si: get 'in ihelr''fall aod'winter;: Po ..
Wade t.heTlioer, Orlando. t.f Baslngei, last Monday, where, be tf. Hpara FLEMING."Capt. some of his recent patrons, as there ; 'i"he' freedom of the,money market "

i '... Fewer' gallon; wears longer; DevbeNe been his spending cattle. interests.Mr. a few days. looking after C.: M. Frasure left again for be la a embalmed law which for require shipment that to a body) ., i With Neighbors at Wbittier. : creates a' a.IL7.for early: ,preparations ..

Miami''' and the lower East Coast points ik : : ,- ; i / ,,- ,
rf n *!line of moulding* ait Fountain's yes' outside of the "'.t.e. : R.porUd Each W! by 0 Jr.CilHa
of the proprietors
'I't. L. B. Buck, one terday.: He spent several days prospecting A rumor that Wsdnworth," l&D' .,
,' White Star Laundry-CmrBAKEBY, of the White Star Laundry ol In the ruction some' d",. The Waters"& Carson Grocery Co:1,: .. *1..1.Bji.fIoti': Co., contemplate rrectingtheir' new
'r t Tampa, wa in town Wednesday In the and It Is that he will. have let the contract forthe! 11.'''' sawmill In our' 'nelghborbood'caused ; .
probable .
: Danri's. ago .
:, \ Dry goods Pry goods at1 f The .railroad 'excitement had about .' '
{ Interest. of nts laundry move his family and locate there.. brick warehouse-to N. F. Bass.; and a temporary excitement. V W-,
t. :' ,MI.. Eflie Overstreet. returned to Orlando Miss Belle Leake. of. Orlando.spending .- U the brick have been) ordered and an tubslued and our citizens again/ settled fear however that they have evil'designs -
t.ll'and\ Mrs.. T. W. Seymour, who flown In and quietne. s.'wben101 ',
': Tuesday; Shingle now on,,,the -road. Tbe old ,wooden peace 000\11' beautiful swamp and .we- ,
the week out at /
have been visiting. their son, Attorney building which stood. -on thelowei behold 1 another excitement messengermade are awfully lealou of the beautifulsheet ',* ,
t ,Men two. piece summer .ult.' at'; re- Creek: with .her friend Mrs. J. U. Fl. H. Seymour for several. months. side oI( |the lot has been. moved further his advent among us,. one of of water. Its ','0 convenient; .for.

:.dppe&prloee' tKatz.. f t Uee. -left- on-the morning train for their south. and will be ,.fitted"with stall) these'death to antl ra.llroad.mel1' and our tadpoles, minnows frogs etc. ', ";

J ; Remember we art head quarter for '>-New barbershop ,at Patrick's old home In'lCtsBinirnee. They are well and converted into; a stable. for the one who goes the whole thing when be Our friend Early Warren .. .agMn//, ',

'school supplies at, Dana's.- stand. Service by a tonsorial artist pleased with Miami\ and may event country people to hitch and feed their 'U Iks from the, minutest screw that in command of the mall outfit its a.
conversant with all the latest ,fads in usllymake,, this city their permanent horse in when In town Tbe work ot how 2 box lid to.the locomotive that change back to old. times.ajraio..: ;
,1- MroS. A. Dalley (Is visiting at' the barberlng home.-Miami Record.* Oiling In the lot has also been -begui can pull. fifty loaded'box oars at' the matter who assumes control Early baa': i

,.:\\\J\ house of Mr. and Mrs Morgan Uas. The appearance of the vacant 'lot. and several wagons are hauling In the rte o' five miles a minute. Did >oievtweearof to cme and get. things. .
I; s Nice line 'of. picture. moulding and Floe Jersey. mulch Cow .for sale. around town could be very much 1m.' dirt and ashes from the ruins of Hotel this remarkable engine< < .1.loJ' : <.* "

I mats; Just. arrived. 'J. W. ,Thompson..Mr. Apply to L. Burbeau. proved by the use of a mower for,' s Klssunmee. The lot will be built Mr. Editor 11.1. profound secret 'a, 011 ahool .pp....,, J' b''m..kl. R

': : Sam Lee the Clgarmaker: recently. few d..,.. The continued wet weather up to a level with the floor of the com. present. It I. calculated however. very good .,. ,
J. A. Anderson wa* shaking employed here in A. D. Gilbert.* factory has caused the. weeds to grow very' pany's store sod_cement Boor put that if tbe thing works, we could leave< has thus far given satisfaction aa w

hands with, his many' .friends. here dropped dead in Jacksonville: one rapidly on most of the vacant lots for in.. WbfUler al 7:1& reach Klsslmmee visIt Miss Carrie Is o.lculate.,,to ,

Tuesday, day last week, while on a protracted the past few weeks, and if they werecut the blind tiger and be on the streets Jto account of I .lew.r.hIP. -
The CityBakery* is agent for the spree down now, they would not come The Baseball Boys.. wiping/ the dew from our mustache let the bchool,. ", rl'p..o. M-',

White Star Laundry-the. best in the up again this season The baseball team left'Monday with a floe silk handkerchief by 7:46 and let this ;.long. 'tec1'o, >. *
State.. Mr. H, H. Petteway, secretary and Our democratic; Rooster don't ,appealto dole come to an end ,
who morning for'.,t.our of South Florida "
treasurer of. the Petteway Naval Mr. J. A.i Lancaster was recommended belle,. these remarkablestorlet I

Why not t.rade at the Cash n..rr..IDSwre / Stores Co., of Loughman,' was transacting to the, Governor for i appoint The first game; booked ,was with MI. for*hem yel' he's about' and bean t Cheap'Excursion C L ., ;
nt of Registration amt at. Tampa, but owing to the MI- Rva'A .jR
and,; get big values for your business for his. company'bereWednesday. m as Supervisor these fairy tales he turns his redes
., money '- for Osceola county at thee recent .ml'team, who. are members of the eye toward us as much as to say, 'do MEXICO CITY Wone "
Democratic primary, has received hia Miami 'military company being or there? Wdon't < fare plus 2 Co..i.Tleke.. on sale.August .
see. anything green
Mesdames R.,T.''Butler, C. Bucket Subjects. of sermons at Methodist commission, and the books have been dered' .to leave for home Mondaymorning you attention to hip: lith 'Final

I and J. 1'. Sharp spent the day in Or- church Sunday morning will be; morn-" turned. over "htm by tats predecessor, there was lid) game there though: paymuch sometimes we do think would limit nluety: days t 2 lclu.he dat ( sale.: ,

.J..ndo'le terd..,. Ing. ,"Ties Long' and Strong." Mr. lu M. .Whldden. Mr Lancasternow The second game was with Winter' be a little curious, if the, old rascal 8t p-over alowe Mississippi
Evening; "A Star 11tst'Fell.. Wel- book for.the Haven at Bartow. on Tuesday where River. '.
;" If you know an Item of news don'tfall " has the open registration should happen to, know !more about
1 otue.fvr i all,, of his the buys bad-d' narrow having ,
to call us up or send if In. .We a voter at Store. : escape this business than we doUlrg .uP' RICHMONJ;'VA.-ltateof'onefsre:
all the Remember carrying nice defeated the Winter Haven tem by Hello Is that Tickets. C ,
want news.; are Tampa Mr. Chsrlls-MoQualg*, ,111..2 on t[hale ;
The-baseball team who went to only one score-10 to 9. The grounds '' &
Block butter on ahead 'of Boar /_,
left line ot Groceries., :you old man, we are' one Inclusive with; ,
Ellis night
Mr. T. W. Saturday Monday to play a frame with theMiami were said to be very wet' there, which .
;1\\ to join his family at Aibvvllle N.' C., ice a specialty.. :. CITY.BAKBBY. nine in that qttj: here dis accounts for the large score made, by you bow,time- you must being the best you is September Summer Tourist 31th. r.toe. ; --J
month vacation. '.' ..'large 'cattle The Miami, who got! next or your reputation t..USul
for a Mr. Holllngs worth ,appointed.<< team, teams. /, re.orts. Tickets ,
Our line .School Shoes for 'bo,.. dealer of Arcadia, was here last week were members of the military company 'At Arcadia on -Wednesday U.., Injured.Corn gathering 'on the Drawdyplantation Until September 30th are with final: limit,' s
looking Into the market: with a :view to from that place bay tog been ordered seem to have gone up against the real}
and girls 1* now complete. Call aud which has been going on to return any time befureoronoctober'31st.
a of cattle for shipmentto to break amp and leave for home on defeated score of .
buying cargo thing being by a ,
them 8tanford'a.MI. .' week the
c see at for about a demonstrates 'm
Cuoa.Mrs. Monday morning's train. Capt.; Jau- 6'to 2, Arcadia making four 0" bel' .
/ be
that the Patrlarob will\ not. further \
home fact a F6r apply" U>
Guikle Drack returned
.. don, of the Miami company who had runs In the first inning.
M- Pearce went down to that cereal- during the
visit G. however did purchaser.of nearest agent. Or J. Q. Klrkland,, P '.
yesterday from a very pleasant' arranged the frame Thursday: they. played a doubleheader . ;
her" husband +The-oroo '001 -
Lake to Join .
Eagle Tuesday coming season. can P.'A TampaFls."i
to hel'.I.wr, at Tampa.If'you been several thing and paid the expenses of with Punts Gorda in which ''small .. .
who has spending be at preaeobuy. a
have .any, laundry', send weeks with relatives there in hope that the'entre. team' for.the trip.: . the honors were evenly: -divided, Kl*. portion of I Itf has been {fathered..up'to ;," : T. .T -

away and want It 'done un" in good the change would Improve his health. Dr, E. O. Vane Agnew'' returned simrnee winning: the first game by a the present time, not more than twenty iN00NSN. '
. the City Bakery. '- from Coronado core of A to 9, In whigh) .eleven inningshad loads' thus far been "
shape, pbe + The itSo-.r om"t.wo-lt r, dwelling of yesterday wagon : having: .. ,
has been spending the' to be played to decide, game.The -TSI
Miss.'Shelley: Smith one 'of Or A. L. Chandlersituated on west aide second ..... woo 'by Punta. housed r '
; game limitedefteot.
weeks with Mr. W. J. 8. Carr and .Cow drlf Ing continue to.1 a.
lando'e'mosi.ttractlve young..,Indies, of Broadway, adjoining ;N, 'B.. Car family, who have a 1mm..r"eottalr. at Gorda by a score of 81.0 4. Judging from the number thathave > KlfMilt66 :;
is Miss Mabel Parker. residence is for sale. Price low : In Fort i
visiting '011' ; Dr. Agnew The buys are playing today' ? C.
that popularresort.; reports been driven" through our city -
Sharp of the United Leruiseaty, Apply* to M, Tilleragt.' a fine time surf-bathing .and. Myers-and probably play a re curing the present seaon'we shouldsay ,
Ststei dirndl Klsslmmee. vulted his Capt. J.< E: Moseley'who has beeD10.lack.oll"'l1e Bshing. turn'game either at Punta Gorda' or that the beef' eating. Englishmanwas WHAT ''
and uod.. this week 'attendingthe Arcadia,tomorrow, striving home tomorrow '. > : ? 'we
family here Satu day us. ,
among -* J''
: Our 6 and lOo counters are full of big ,YQ.V
''i" olJb'I'Of'" Sunday, 'morning' ,' "
States court as a witness! filled bis 'ustiila ..
United l Bii." Guy :
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Come quick it YOU want a straw hat values Cotno- and inspect thew.Bargsln ; The boys are 'doing '''Dne.aro.idcr: \ :
down f' ..
In the drainage 6ase. came :yesterday Sunday ]
we niukt have room for our fall stock JJtor* Ing the fact that they hateo.ths full .
inrTry cW
and the day .aE'I II.
morning, 'Spent auditors ea
t.e.o.. Oi out at any old! pi loe at Dunn's. strength of the team with them. >'I1;: r. .'
\ 'It baJen suggested .
sown. r.:. frequently, .. shale war JIlt :
'1.-i. The city father have greatly'.im. .. ' new' barber* 'I shop.-- Everyrthing - and the suggestion is a good one, for L togs' .$atslNe. 11..10.. I: ,.' : ; ,
the Death of E N:
.. 'and DeBarger Mires V Wpa
proved the. .ppe..ra0' :our streets and uptodateSharp:: very farmer place -his name processor reeclvisg. water at. t iNOeN 'bnt4
t" by having the shade trees trimmed up. new clean towels hres-ols.s ser-. the name of his f'rrn'' on his 'road Mr. R. H. DeBarger.. ODe of Kls.lm- though in'opposition ,to, their faith ': : ".

w.IILIi do the razors, fate. Not only would ''persons driving mee's oldest and most highly ,-respected Some of them ,prefer-..belng' sprayed ,freshest ,snd.pur H: of/.art *

Phone. 'four ,we' ;,' run ..IoeRobert. ; to a place more easily find It but cltlxeps, passed away at,, bis" home ,when 'packlngbarn used. ., ''atalltlmes.: ;iYourpresCrtpUon4i.filiid.. .
olnlr. ., .Bratton, who was taken It would add more pleasure and \Inter. In Wet Klsslaioiee on Sunday evening Since Whittier has gone dry we hear,: .

,,KISSIMMEK: D COMPANV.;'. down, with typhoid fever at Mulberry rat to people driving from place to last about'8 o'clock after a long a good deal about four IIDI:8.-.od.; ,,; a; ; ;"
; '
Mr. Arnold Bass, a*prominent cltl-. some days'ago, was brought, home by place; This last result would 'have lingering Illneis of BHgtt'a disease !CI.I .* but-supposed they.: referred''' to by 'a Oraduata, ld ,

';Zen of the. .Whlttler. section was in his father last Saturday'and we are special effect with regard: to w 11 kept ..Mr.. DeBarger ',was 76 year old; torn way &.hellla,. vf Making pump j I I I .besides five .Py' SIR NI

town'wUhhis.tamllytnls' week:, trade pleased to'state that be is getting aDd pretty bouse An observing per and had been a resident Klsslmnnee. rater and; bolding:"the',DOSS at' the )ear.'a\ ",
Ing. along as well .as could! be expected. ion will seldom pass a beautiful farm occupying the house in which he died,' tame tlme.vx: ; prenc; tiu ;,'
without desiring to \know, who is its t.--Are still'boldlng; their 'i" .
will for the past :years. He' cameto Orange '
Mrs. W. H.: Minion andthreo, child* Stanford sell you. 20 yds., gingham ifMr. enterprising owner,-Gainesville Sun. Florida-front twenty Trenton, N./J. own very few are falling off, and they. e8n.t'ihls), 'i ; .'

;;{ ran, of Palatka. arrived yesterday at forl1.00.- The amusement features"of the coming Funeral' services were held at the appear to growing/ rapidly I : thing ; .,

ternoon to spend some time here visit .- O. Hv Morrison.* just'underrone : State Tampa will" residence on Tuesday .ft.ernooo..t.. ,3 Since BroArch has soughtyour We carry sufflcleni help '

ing .her sister, Mri. lloma Thomas.LFor a painful D..I-oper.Ltoa at", the jerlor to those of Fair, held 'In !the o'clock conducted by Rev. C., ,M. city, for retirement and, refreshment 't{
any I II
a nice,'.mopi 1. easy Ih."e'J, try lands of the popular specialist,* Dr.L'hrl.L South. President T, J. I* Brown, of Brlttaln of the Baptist hurcb'''. the Michigan' millionaire'subject b..j i ,deUveryoupakt; ., .
s Wallace ilarber Shop We hope lobe the genial manager lie Fair Association will spend the Pending the arrival of 'Mr.- Horace been on Lhe 4eclloe, .we expect '.I > pur-, ,;
: '..t., the rink before- many days, of the deceased back t soon with fresh bupch ,of Kttlimmee -
next. two or three weeks on a tour of DeBarger, aa' son .. l I. ; net- idle ,
lin..n'cbUd Mrs. i-tae. Th'-
The 0' Mr. and tave elapsed. Orlando. Iteborteritar. be big attraction ot.e..aod high.class from Camden N. 'J., the bod;' was' gossip.: j !;
Homer Johnson while playing around Weather conditions during the pai-t ; ,,, .1
", shows will be secured regardless turned over to undertaker J. W. I bt.weu"ano" ;
near the eage/ of t Jake at Loughmanlast be embalmed! and week have been very agreeable just -
Wea"U&\'aoa. the 'be.'; of .. Ablolut.e11.not.hlnlf. of a Thompson to prepared bslne.&nd "' .;
Saturday, fell .*\ "the water and Smoke Key expeo for bur I..I..nd when rain.nough \f regulate! the tempera "
nature will be al
market.' shoddy or common 'ca
> 60 Cigar on ,
. was drowned.' v lowed,, on, the amusement grounds. shipped, was in an excellent Mire and not enough to eriouly die- .J
Stanford. has the 'swellest lire pf 'Master Walton G.: Bailey left on ,,8Pueudar The horse racing will be finer than be state of preservation\ ; notwithstanding sommode those who are not compelled

I r'' 'corset. in Ktsslmiuee. ; *. lp the care of, (Capt.' J. A. ore,.... larger puree. -will be offered the 'extremely warm'. weather. '.o... be out In !t. _'_ oecuptedby '- -; ; .
Anderson, enroute to Parish Manaee md but running races will be Those who saw him just ".."Iou.- to GrunterS'ba. been
'q '" Mr.. Horace DeBarger of Camden; county to visit his 'ta Jtert Mr. un.,. none the shipment of the body: Tuesday t a few of our anti-working men's Klsslmnwe, Co..,: ,

", "ii'' N. J. was called .here Monday on the W. Z. Bailey who ls'the yari 'boss night say: he looked es though he,,was during tbe short period of. dry 'QI .

.. sad mission of attending his father's it the convict camps .of. .Ward Anderson ,,On the 2ndtheSanfordbase( ball enjoying peaceful sleep weather and the inhabitants of Idler. ,: ;
:I tuneral. ;'He will remain several days & Co; earn went to Klsslmmee to cross. bats. -.The 'uody was shipped by express: : tothe row-an outlet from tbe retreatbave ,

: i, J with >his mother.. with the Klssimmeeltes. After, the old home of.&he deceased' Trent iast dubious glances at the sun, ''fear. .,
'..-I""" All kinds of jflctut'eeframed l to rpler -. line innings wa over and the scorecard ton N. J, on Tuesday night for inter tul that It might interfere .with their , .
Great bargains In willow chairs atThompson' t'
<& .. ' ."at Tltotopsoo's.' consulted tt wasfound to bequltoe tnent.," v .peaceful avocation of'' colas. nothingby ",
(' Mrs. Prudence Chafer, Is able to 'beout a\ one sided affair the aeo being 9 to The sympathies of the entire corntnunlty -- removing their standing.
.) ltepre.eoL..ilvelec' A. E. Donegan the streets again. Mr*. Chafer 110 favor of KlsslmmeeNull. ed.,, : go out to the aed. widow In ground too wet to work. T >
and has brottter-J: left; Wednesday If she could have had helD she Sanford word el' her bereavement "!b. Patriarch,' accompanied by J7K'f >,*
thinks Sanford t
"' ''for visit Root. tho In the J and 1 Ba. :
. 4j Crabgrass Mr. have improved much faster, nark after Mewis.Jun-Orawdy ** r -
Donegan ,Superintendent of' O. .,W.Hopkins' would the scarcity of help she above would seem to Imply a doubt -In '. Card of Thanks: ' turned to dcam Wednesday night
' but owing to
large cattle. ranch. 't Chronicle's mind as. to whether and have sought the en joy meats of the
t has been compelled to1 stay .a We take this. method of publicly )
the "KUslmmee- the ,
he team defeated by to oomnensate them for
,, All white''' dress 'Iklrt.a i reduced in great deal during her B Ines*.: acknowledging how grateful we arj to pleasures
r'" ; tee",were from Sanford: W..dO.d't. .of city life. 'They enjoy t
1' i price at Katx's.! frew' :line' t3.60 and $4.00 Queen know: wbetherthey were fromSanford or jurmany: friends who were-so' kind to seeing the ripe corn crowding ,the .,.,..J.'

:,1 Capt. A/C. .Bans returned .to Basln- Quality-.Boots Just arrived at. ,Stan- not, but they said they were) fromSan- is during the sickness. and .death. of srib better than "'theydo, to:aid idgatheringIt.'Thoueands .,

ger on the boat Tuesday; after spendIng ford'.. .. ford| looked like they e... from .San- our dear cousin,'Mr Milton Tbompion. 0(. blackbirds .,)
: and ball the team .' We warmly thank all. *, their best ;aid ingathering .' '
several days, here under the ford played like: ate doing to '
his brother I
and '
'# N ..' .r, treatment of Dr. T.M. Rivers. ,.' very Dr. A. Pv Hunter recently purchased Lber.Oleelll'O"e bat Klsslmmee shut out. 'la Banfordn MB- and MRS.,W. W; TPOMPSOM.; ,caring neither for rain, ,I"t ,
'J.'" much Jmproved'ia" health/.;; 1 - H.Uunter,'Henry Rose, on BU* the 4th of July. .IDA y :+ Printing Press for Sale. wind or.sunshine to but be their'assistanceloesn't. appreciated. -. 9 . -." "4h,

'ii? All kinds of pl"11I'e moulding at Ues Creek:, 'There Is 0|acres in grove, fisherman"named Charlie Watts appear '' .'
.. sale iln splendid : im shoat{
"We have for at \bargaln ,* 't' certainly & :
.( ;Tbomp.on'AleL .;- some of the trees bearing,this year who was creating a disturbance at 1'wlb i'7 ,,
condition have
< : hiving more ,landcleared, John Hughes'si boarding house wasTreated (Dottrel 1 & Babcock Drum Cylinderpres'sti hod.we aver/'present:\ "
''' : ; front Mrs.'-Wu"- Tucker- hey' are Will take six-column quarto prospect for a fine crop.,\\ #,? ;
rFt.'Myerftess. ; by deputy sheriff. Pan Brown .
t ,her sister Mrs. W. Z.; Bailey, says: .and. wUnrweaaetbegrave. ( < last Friday night and was found to be 'orm.For further, Information ad. The bulJfl'Ojl'III. croklngmwreSloxmore c' ''wl ditn ;

t they: have reached' their denlo.tJoOil r cuane. He'declared ,lie was being dress th ,Valley. G&ze\tep Klsslmmee rain -,V loa of ltgnes. 'Th1s MW,'be
.Cash. Bargain Store: Is the The buildings in course of erection
Silver Palm and that ? The hunted by a mob wbo lynch t *
_-1 'delighted with.shelruew, home. place to save money when you are 111m. Mr. Brown looked. blat ap In Fla.Notice" >y our fellpw townsman I*' Bass',:.are of the:best f..loads,pf Horse.'t:' :, 5 .,

. 'See Stanford's. new line.'Of ,UID'L trading' '.,, Jail and be was I held until Tuesday lowly Sherman approauhiogcompletton Orawdy is on +a visit. ,t0 evdCittltpped tjh: t
r .breU....J- Mr.:;Wm. 'Saunders, .who', with his last, the authorities thinking would i have received my Commission as Whittler, coming to the mansion. on -' .fj"lr.t. : n ,
George Is running a fish camp possibly all right. Jle did,not tm- of for 0a0e01.uot.I ( :
i brother eg.larat.\oo\
Supervisor Saturday. The effort made by;, our ; '
8tate''Hank KI.. ) lilt" broken-
The of mlD4Ml.pre ,
and boat repairingbusiness down at" prove,, however." and county 'Judge, > and the books.are now 'openitmy that .W' ,.. t .
: foreign reporter to eptangie > '
toInstall ,of handsomenew piUtm.11 % yi hehC rt l 1. '
'; M, paring a. stet Irabma Island ,in Lake Klssimmee W. Itjobn.ton appointed a commit- ." T *" 1f. .
tore. ,
'.:,1 aaLure.,.whl h'Will' add much has been spending the week In\ town. tee consisting of Drs A.: \W.. Winn. ' J.:A..LAwO.AS'1'JaIii far-fJeNa In ja.m trtwonial.' alliance' 'has' i art! 1.wUtsU atarsonaMe ptidMEverybody \:

,r the convenience- of theirpatrons as ,} .nd T. M- Uiyers ,(and &11'.' ,W.B.. i thus nnauooessful,, >k. i"l ss. -- .ii Y
well to Lbe appearance of the bank. ,Bicycle ''''Stolen-:"A Rayclole: wheel him to hi..anlt.l. \ A strangecortege. pssMMCr. :.fhron D CM aad'see11eM1. '
"J ;M Johnston to examine '', For- Sale tMrv Chandler's.One .' ,! "
stolen from mjr.;porch In NorthUssinunee ( : ; our city one day lait'we.k2'. family '
: was rommittea, at ,thsourt '
'St&aiforci'wU1'Hll': 15''ydsi. ; 4-4"' utiblgsobed ,on August 7th., Reward bouse on', Tuesday and after 'exm J.large else refrigerator*.''One Aid to ball '
muslin for1.00., 'lr.l' for recovery of"beelan4; Information in at ion, decided 19 Rlv > blot: 'few combination writing-"desk r and -book to tb%.a ooast.\ A yoke.. of di- '. > '" ...+ ,

. > (, Judge' W. 'R. Johnstonacting: that.will lead 19.O..lct.lo.. days more .to, earn' around, ... ,beseemed .' Sea.:?; qua1ltr.: O e ,.oak bedroom -. atnntlve--oven-"andsvnotber. horned '
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Clerk of the Board of''CouDt.1' Com U>bs rational on all i snbjscu eolt. t All cheetf.' '* _, al *:< .
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t ', missloDers has received "J.oull1lDllol- fJ4 .hallucination .'", ..ameooas4st. .. L,the, 'ootet.felrtynve MWIIIOrP. J'"W ore's. ,-.J. 'v.,
} The ftrii official act of %j. T,' 11. .xoept" the that I 'n.. .
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.13 from Jno > lurobey; t.. president;of ;the v.dtyiounolL wanted. kill him. Af ex "' 1ioQeiil! ) .1
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.r \" the appointment as Fair-:Conunlsdpner was to bite,.be deatt trees amtnatloo'was'i made on .) aylorblnsr Fake Laxative Bromo . Tab. Dienieepby \. ;
rvr .* lor this county7' .', rf K M/'i .onc1Jf'Ol; Broadwaywhlcb f ?adds and a* be;,was *still'. insane ......1'iAU dmcglsu refund the 'moos* rosa.tbe' yS'n._._.J.' 1'"

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alrQ.client and prostrate. a. 700,,bay.' '. :CHINKS- AS DIGGERS '.. '
.seen.ber aowT: ) '
ft .
'OR, A fortnight lied worn'sway since the -

...'..... '. : hour o('ber parting from Gifford,. and in Florida I
Jape was slowly passing through the : Doings Chl- '
first ,ttaee'of moral recq tl'7-or die Uncle Sam to Employ

n ; whlcheverway like to put It
ease Ton :Work.
Canal '

POINT' 'SIN. -superstition and Miss ,Lynch was,inviting true to the the common village ... .... ... .... ..., .... .... ,,,,!, .... ... .... ..., .... .... ..... .... .... ... ... .... .... .... ..... ..... Ii nesfc-on \.

doctor by mean of lowering media Better Immigrants Wanted. Loki City Loses 'Cale.Again .

'OF'1, I cines.medicines or alterative or something medicines, at",all, or eventsIn tonic, 'WIth a view to bringing lnr.ralgra.utsof Lake City bas tailed In Its"- PRESIDENT SO DECIDESPresent

the shape of medicine,.to assist nature . the better cluB to Florida, the efforts to Keep the University of FlorIda
ylY at her work. : Jacksonville board'of ,trade will memo- from being located at Gainesville..

"Is her pulse good, )!r, HuntleyT ilallte the legislature asking the sUblishinept < the reversal this, time coming in the Quota elf Workmen Entirely ,
she up''' with the of Florida bureau of suit argued before Judge David D. -' -
Inquired, looking! all Inadequate ai""gentlJIJ!. Make ,
: HONOR.; eajrerness of perfect faith Into tbe doc Immigration an Chinese __
aRnts. with the
.. ''I tor's face. determine w ther or not an association \ States circuit court- for the' Fifth. .a Deal ,
"It. Is tar from good ma'am" said can be lormed among :the JucMcUU circuit. Government! ,

--. -- 7I --'tic-'.-.-. ..-.-Wre'ie-ta'le''" lrf1C'1s.. 1e't'f. )Q'. Jluntler; "It Is as thready; ''and southern states for cooperative. worK: The ruling of the court, 'which' was '
'' wretched pulse as I ever felt In my along this, line.. filed in Jacksonville.. a few <*ay* ago, "Wtoshtngton'' special says:: Chinese -' 3
CHAPTER, yII[. 9 It was most; possible for hlm'to enact life. Miss Grand U In ,a very weak Ibis was the'action taken at an enthusiastic , "by Clerk E. 0. Locke of the United A thorough',

i. ,Continued; with self-respect 'JlArt'ot an injured state-* very precarious state, I may and well attended meeting States court, denies the petition of labor will be given 'a'

f". might nave known )It from the first man who was following a stern sad almost'1'.'Miss Lyrich." (Mr. Huntley of the board of trade The resolution, .complainants for an injunction test on the Panama'canaL Contracts

"very ,one told me, as 'Wela.' tb<"r law' of duty in sacrificing feeling Invariably exaggerated the danger the object of "which is given, was pendente lite, 'and places the ,costa calling for, 2,500 Chinamen, for canal
gluing up ,his engagement. A stronger at first as heightening the merits of .
could what Idiot t
an waaunaklng'of
mind than Mobun's mtiot hove' seen passed without a dissenting vote of the-case on the Complainants: work have been 'pr."cared: and advertisement
Idiot the ultimate cure.) "The low fever
ttyself, An -a cursed headstrong tender : and! It was the .sentiment ot the board All the papers placed before the by the Isthmian '
through the subtleness is will be Issued
fool! I am served rightly now-to have peculiar to the season banging about *
my name mixed: up In such- a complication have refused to bo sheltered trom..tb. her, and she bas no, strength, no of trade that the labor' ',questions that court, including the declaration aro Canal Commission/ in a few e

j, ot this! how shame of its own decision by her; but strength whatever, -/constitution to have been raised 1'0he.. state recently 'ordered filed for record and the .des... '
Infamy )us Pray from
long la It"...and he stopped short and be was ready: at all,,times, to acquiesce. shake It off, put ire will, bring her can, only be Fettled when .a' fend ants' are given until October. 1,; days for proposals labor agents rIf'the

'for .the first time looked full In the lil whatever made the disagreeable part round-never fear but we will bring better-class' of workmen are secure*!; 1906 1.0'pll&d! answer or demur, : initial 2,500 Chinamen prove

girl's. taco-:"how.long Is It really; since of any position fall lighter on himself her round. I+eep her from this damp and when eome method Is hit upon .- a success, It is likely that many (

:yon' knew all. this? I should greatly And.seeing this,, Jane thrust her own autumn air, and at the end of the 'week that.will free employers In Florida The health authorities of Pensacola '"more-will\ be' taken to the isthmusto
grief out of sight, and wltll the ghastly shall have Miss Grand another to take from
prefer hearing.the whole truth now. we per from being/ compelled\ am* continuing their cruaade' for a Is hard for
I that Bo the work which too
': It was an Infamous cowardly speech mockery of self-possession son." the l labor bureaus of Nf-w York an.?
cleaner a day
"\a ber eyes stared up.,In their helpless, comes to the despairing heart at its And at the end of the week :Miss. Philadelphia the, nomadic, shiftless city, passes' the Jamaicans, now employed thereIn
but that from six to a dozen citizens .
Monk misery, back-to his; Gifford felt worst she played the dreary comedy Grand, under the Influence of close air characters that have been sent to large numbers
bow and he almost out; and with her own hand.,,eo to and quinine, had not Improved; and are arraigned In .the' recorder's'court '
cowardly It was; this. section recently. has offered much
for the ..... Organized labor ,
peak, laid the funeral cloth decently violating sanitary .
her Is she told Miss decisively that
bated -as common to some people Lynch In bring-Vst' the Immigration quottion ;
over the face of her.own dead love. The sanitary Inspectors have :"strict; opposition to the use o'contract Chinese
-for the Injury he.had .done her by : .bet declined eelnaMr.. Huntley, or before the hoard of trade, Mr.lirobson .
IlUCb'. suspicion."Can't Women perform these last offices well; taking any more of his medicines. called attention to the recent instructions and, are following themto labor but the\ Jamaican work--

you speak r' he exclaimed, as : tenderly for the living as. well as reverently I ."Let the windows stand open, auntie, the letter, especially In regard to mehave Inadequate suffl-
: and the ..tor.o"told..1 proven
ber trembling lips parted, but brought for the dead Mobun was I and let me be quiet and undisturbed IleOnaCK'/ making affidavits against parties whVfall
softened the Influenceof jby those who_ allege_Ibat, .they: dent Spaniards cannot be had' Immediately
out 11O'IOUIld.' "Do you' wish to drive, to Fare 1111\f'r. as t'was'before. You need be underno '-Ui place their pr ei"ISes'lrr-eondi'
'ine mad by putting on that air_ of cool her humble, gentle' words, and.In fear for me. I shouldn't feel a* I were held In Involuntary servitude ant tlon. It, Is now a'violation of the to rush the work, and the

Indifference at such a time. tole," his softened mood said things that do now if I.was going to die:. Give' brutally treated. I laws:.of the city .to allow water to Chinese are the last hope of thecon

X believe It.Js an established rule of Jane's heart drew its life from duringa the time and let me alone And I hall Their stories have been widely circulated I stand In tae yard or residence until U mlasion. I' ,

,art that 110 'hero' ball 'ever. act In an great many years of her own future recover. It's not myH>ody that Js 1111" !In New "York, and In' additionto becomes stagnant thus breeding wrigglers -

.' intrisslcally'dishonorable or cowardly life. He did not, of'course,, seek to In. great dudgeon :Mr.; Huntley took the stories told before the United which in turn become mosqui President Roosevelt Secretary Tart,

.. 'manner; and as Mohun must, of neces. swerve from.the cruel duty tbat was his leave, and in fear and tremblingpoor States commissioner at Jacksonvilleand ,toes. ,and on .l111lf the ,defendants arraigned Chairman; Shont's! of the )Isthmian\ Canal '

elty, be styled the hero of this story of before hIm: but be invented as many Miss Lynch found herself in tbe at Peniacola harrowing tales In the court for violating the Commission and other men, prom-
Jane Grand's life=and'as I have every softening untruths .about the future awful position of nursing a patient nave been, told In New York by laborers
his not Imaginative brain could sanitary laws have been upon thl i ently; Identified with the canal work,
;",,1.11' to transcribe: the record of the as very with Intermittent: fever who would claiming to have 'e 5cIlPed.c. .
same with due regard to the Unities compass. lie would not marry,, he take no medicine. ter much tilflculiy, from' condition charge.An are known to have delayed employing

I feel 'myself drawn in 'diverse.directions.'by would not love again, he should be always l. As time wore on, however, and that were unendurable. All of the , Chinese until It became 'certain that

the requirements of art, and Jane's devoted.friend-and it though the autumn days grew damper, unusual case, the, first ot Us
storleq had been printed, with large. the other help available was\ not
tI ofwhat:. I consider to be truth'', at this would be tar too painful, too miserable, and Jane more and more exposed her headlines. recd< through the various. kind on record, has been brought In
particular point. Before hitting him for them to be togethet now,, with all self to their Influence. the fever by the United 'States court at Jacksonville equal to the demand
nevespapeni, widely circulated: throughout
very bard,' however?, I would beg of the old love so fresh in theli'meJDl'rlel, slow degrees gradually went from her,. the north and eastSame '.. wherein the owners and master The administration ha taken the

the reader, from his own knowledge oi but-after he bad been away from till one night she slept over the hour ? of the schooner Victoria are re I position that the canal must be dug
life to..tatebow out Yatton a year .or so-he would come at which it had been used twen show
many men soy every quired to appear and cause why
1 at cost, and although the! president -
and still to find that Jane kept any
of", every hundred-would shine II ty-four hours, to seize her; and then Old Fake Story the schooner and her cargo'of sponges '

placed In 'exactly! the same position as some" place for him In bar regard." had only two slight attacks in the A story of alleged Ill-treatment in a should not be seized a'*>l bold for not i, urged that there be .no. hastein ,,
:' Glfford Mobun'sTTo 1 shall always love you was ),1111GralMJ' course of a whole week; and then,'as employing Chinese he did not stains
In Florida told foreign said
turpentine camp was paying: duty on cargo/ ,
remain' unsfiaken In his loyalty answer to Ills longest peroration far as this particular symptom went permanently in the way of the planto
'on the subject of fidelity. "I hall by Jacob Von An, a> Swede. 24 years alleged foreign cargo being sponge '
tinder such circumstances'a well tbe coolies.
man jnust was try
old. when he was arraigned In police taken by diving fn waters\ outside the
be either ,weak! or most heroically always love you. .' "But she is weak and wasted to the It is the. Intention ot the commls-
court in Hoboken, N.: J., on a chargeof three mile limit and landed at An-
.strong; and Mohun was neither. Pride, )t i Not a protestation more. last degree" said Miss Lynch to' the '. lon to' ask for bids from labor agents
It Is remarkable\ bow few.words people vagrancy xlote harbor in this state The penalty
world'respectj thirst for popularity ; vicar for Mr. Huntley her
; passed now I -who will arrange with the Chinese
were,' at this time especially, passionately use' when. they 'know that they with only a dignified bow In the street '. Von An said he'" and four other for,this offtns., is a fine of $!,. government for the exportation of

strong In him; of true moral cour- mean to keep them. and she was forced to look to ghostlyrat.ber men were engaged 'by a New York 000 and cost and In case of a decision labor transport the Chinese to the
of And Gifford stayed on-stayed on un employment .&eny'; to go to Buffalo \ that the cargo Is foreign each
._ *jre, Of.the higher kind self-respect, than to scientific. knowledge foradvice 'isthmus under contract to work for
a fixed walte..nd ship-them back to
reach Clt ordinary knew' nothing.-- understood one word, and long regrets, and parting to: have''energy enough to follow me weeks and was paid |2.40 The food ,-- China thus relieving the commls"slon ._

> kind,.dishonor; very; well-tbe ''corn- >roml.en had become; then for; fear of when I're.d to ber. Dear, dear,' Mr. given the men he declared, was .bad Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe,' private secretary of all detail work and .all re

awn, ,Vulgar kind, to'which! he. had fresh ,entanglement, he rode suddenly; Follett! bow is she to be strengtbe eel.I and the quarters unfit for habitation. to 'Governor'Broward, has been sponsibility.
'and ;Jane knew that her Lourhadcome A' bond nil 'be required of all contractors
Mvea'had taU aud she the state .
temptation- while remains In she 1st"
any ; I Ton :Arx stated ,that he escaped.from appointed by Hon. Duncan 'U. Fletcher .
( be loathed! 'ft and felt himself extreme'ap ] i. "Not: by reading aloud.said the ' for a satlstacto'ly'"fulfiymentof
tbe 'camp once, was captured 'de
'sgalnbefore ; chairman of, the state o.raUc'
noble, in1. giving up hit 'en. "I-I_hall come to see yon I vicar much to the overthrow of )ties beaten and forced to Return to wok.Je' any .contract they may enter" Into
""ppment to Jane, GrandV' lie went I leave Yatton" be stammered : Lynch who. had at that moment not execlltlve'eommltle one often with. the commission, "'i
, : wishing to avoid direct leave-taking by said he escaped a second time delegates to represent Florida .at said to be about
i Jkrough none of tbe, ..conflicting been alluding the restoration of the There are thirty
the old snbterf common on such oc- and made his way north as best he, tbe reception '.to be tendered to Mr.
ystruggles which a' man of higher na. uge Kidlly woman; "listening to readings tabor agencies which. supply' .CbJpesacontractors'ii _,_. -
must. have sustainedeven while casions. "Miss Grand-Jane! before I an. Irritation to the temper, and, an Intolerable could on freight trains.. William J, BI'.CIat. New York'AUI1nst. on* -to- air'parts "of theworld.
go tell me that yon wholly forgive me?" He Mid his companions were still 30. ..Mr/-. V0lfd'hU-arranged'
vlnlr: to act in precisely the same strain on the whole nervous ; These agents are familiar with
and in of the of __*Sprite you.wholly, Glfford. 'i'otu prisoners at the campso*faras"be to make that. a part of 'hIs wedding
I Judging guilt an "system of 4-weak person. Try to get sill the, Chinese laws, stand ready to
-'11'.,must-modern' ethics say-: act is everyone in your poijflon must Fane to use her needle If. J1e.W'111. and knew Journey. As Mr. Wolfe was a member pay money to the families of the men

> mind what degree of,moral re act )>on't; think please, If you hear .et Jier have'; all the, air you. can, and -- .J of the,national convention that. who are going into Ihblr service and

UtyRbss'1,i be accredited) to.the'behave 1 an i)6t). happy tbat yon havn,been the cook ber nourishing food, and don't W. c. Selt'arsIt'! dead at, ,High nominated Mr. Bryan for president, are 'ready on short notice to meet ",
'cause I,shall do all I cad 4o bear up her advice to wbat 'tis her ;> committee
t 4 ; give any as Springs, from l'the effect 'ofyan"'Z, m- and a member of the notification demands for an unlimited number ot
and I hope-I mean I'shall try to hope .
as heroes are expected to duty to do *or not to do. Above all, known assassin's'gun.. 6e11a1' ;who to Chicago, his appointment on coolies"Leroy..
>-th t some day I could.bear to see
a man /must have a' little of the dies Lynch if you would i;sot drive was formerly a lieutenant of police this occasion ,is particularly appJ'Oooprlate.
: Park labor agent in the
Veil of the heroic In his composition! you 'at Yatton, married a some one her back to. her fever again don't on' ibo Tampa' police force had" a ; rAt "- a
and Mohun"bad none. He-never did.jaerolo" a rorthler,',of yon than ,I should have forcibly :put the contents ot any bookwhatever _" k employ: ,tjf t the commission Is still
d'eptedthe. position at High Springs .-,
been" In Spain negotiating with: the Spanish i
thing or thought heroic into the poor ,,child's ears. *
ngkt, or.decided for.anT' otbl'r'our The' simple, truthful words' the"Jov- When Jan wants to read again, she with the Atlantic Coast,, Line as their last.meeting the city,fathers government for the employment

;jk+M savewhat'.be. conceived to be an Inc, faithful eyes, pleift-d! 'even GIfford* will'read.' watchman.: He was waylaid and shot of Orlando passed 'resolution to.submit of a large number of peninsular Spaniards -

:jsamedlat personal advantage In his Mobun's conscience to ,the quick "But 1C yon would come yourself;! Mr. In the"" yards near the depot on his to the voters a proposition on the Isthmus. His efforts ..

;dte."",:The,i episode:of hi. youth, con- ""I shall never find any one to love, Follett. and offer her little spiritual first night' of service.. Six shoty. were l issue,bond* to pave some of the principal. promise to be successful, .and the

'tfclnlng'the best'germ In 'iti! was that me. as yon' :have done, Janel I shall support?' If you'would only, bring hero fired; two taking effect He vas conscious streets of the city. .The proposition commission expects to recruit man 9

ot which lie was already at the. closing never love:any' woman on ,earth" as I see the absolute necessity of making but could tell nothing about Is to expend about $12.000 and. high-grade worktagmen from Spain. 4

lieene-his .Jove of Jane;"and that in have loved your ., an effort?' "' the' shooting. He Intimate: that, a pave with''vitrified. brick. This will H is the desire of Chief Engineer Sto-,

is he had been unworldly Was simply -, ,"When Jane wants 'me- to see her ,I .man. followed ,him from% Trnpa" and be'a ,r..>valuable and much needed vena to have' several kinds of laborers s

owingtothe' tact ot..his being made : will come, not a day sooner/! ," was the shot him, but could give no further improvement, and It la hoped to pushIt on the Isthmus. i

MP of the common element of human- hot tears, that more and more convinced : vicar's 'answer.. "In her present'..state information as he was\ too I exhausted. 'along, in' time to get at least a The employment of the Chinese will

yty....:.a.:lad who could: ,, calculate while him of the nobleness of his own my consolations, and Hnntley's; tonics, Cellars ,was removed upon'the inauguration . portion of the work done,the present' not displace the Jamaicans who are '
the '
falling in lore being Jusns naturae of nature and of immense sacrifice be and :your readings my dear, Miss of.Mayor FreCker! a few'weeks J4
-1.1100. Property owners nearly all already there but It Is not likely
:.-J dLe1'en.thls generation affords but was making to principle,giving up will all about the
Lynch; be same ser- Ii'alleced
as it for too activework
favor the and there is little
plan that ,many more West Indiana will
'tew;;Bpclmena; '''The homage of 'so at once, and without'a murmur. his untenable ,vice to her. Nature will,work for the against the election of Freckec. ,
_ doubt It will bs'carrled'out. be hired If'the
.young and:;tender a woman as poor passion for her.. Most personsof poor, child In time and wad shall not He I :was. bowever, universally knownas ; ; Chinese' prove a success. -
Pane had'made his pride succumb for the GIfford :Mohun. temperament are forward heteffortsb7, any Interference. ., ---: .
tae: Urn to personal vanity, ,and he profoundly overcome by witnessing the of ours." 1 Tampa's one' of the most efficient- men on Montlcello bas long wanted 'and ..The,negroes are paid only SO cents i "

.tbo ght very highly ot the victory outward and visible signs.of. their' own As nothing foorn the lips' of a beneficed . police'department really needs, an Ice factory and recently . against $1.60 to the Spaniards,

(speaking of It)to his < wa"consciencein emotion, clergyman could sound like .her- : TA two of her moat progressive who are said capable! of doing

other terms than have'done), and When. the actual 'moment of parting erodoxy: In: Miss Lynch' .ears, she suit' for $2.000 has been (Brought Citizens; made tbe rounds soliciting three times as much work. '

,rIIad been very1 seriously-enamored ofJane's came, Miss, Grand drew' from leer mutely bowed before the vicar's skepti against tbe'clty I of Pentacola 'by J ,E. stock and with the result that several If the contractors obtaining help

'lovely face and had,known'g.. breast, very calmly the'rlnll' Gifford: clams, and .Jane; was spared being put Long, former street' superintendent, thousand dollars lu for the commission do not pay,moon *
bad given her the ring which( she already who asks this amount as salary lost. subscriptionswere .
; .uch olthe"Inner value of the pearl through any. more cures, bodily or tfteHsthmus than the Chinese are i
received of the moat substantial
,-worttler than, all his tribe,". which wore bung by a. piece of black ,mental.. Long occupied the' position of superintendent -one lady. paid tif "other parts of the world, it

-1 he was now about,to cast. away, as afa. ribbon around ber necks Mr. Follett had Judged rightly .that .for. a number of months, being from 'a The success Is_Jgltesed the dally wage of the J

....' knows. ,of the valn" of: the "1 shall wear this till the dayyonre abe would not wish",,to' see him.' She taking the place' of C.'H.: OIngles, who of the project seemsto be assured . coolies will be less than that of the '
piece Clf gold he barters tot a handfuls married.\ Gifford! If-If any'fault shrunk morbldl7'trom the thought was retrieved by the. board pf public and a ten-ton plant will doubtless Jamaicans the Isthmus. '

,,\ tinseled rubbish or glass bead,.. of> ours had broken off our engagement; seeing :any strange'face/ from bearing. works for failure to' report for duty be ready for next. s aBon'.- busi. on 1

80 much for Gifford Mobun as a hero. I should' pave sent it back/ to you bu L any voice but' Miss tynch's'and; very during the prevalence of yellow fever. ness. 4 J

IWe''will return tot\ him as, the' coinBBOnplace feqI; we are separated by something al little even of that was.sufficient to Jar A muddle then 'ensued as to tbe post- '- MONEY VOTED :TO COLLEGES.

.. tJ'pe'of < -
; that he was A comfortto" me to. keep. my ring'forthe : ,pain. resulted In then city" council, instruct- of Gainesville and one at the mont Four Georgia Institutions Provided

"Can yon speak Jane Can :yon give present. The moral part of her nature .was Ine'' the board of works to discharge widely, known ''and most prominent With'' Funds by Legislature. ,
,line any answer to what I have asked Andthen there were few more pro- strong; but the mental one was not at '
r ranch Long, :which order was complied] with republicans in Florida is dead after Four: more hate Institutions were
estatlons (upon' the'side where .
,-or must I really think.that-that- -! all above mediocrity: ; and abe bad no
: Glfford's manhood .was.. spared+*the tings were needed),'a few more kisses Intellectual pleasure or pursuit'of any and now Long ,brings suit; for the an illness covering a period' of several -, handsomely provided. for' by, the

'urther shame to.which hle'ownlips from tile lips'"that should never kiss kind whatever to fall back upon now amount. :of, his .salary,for twp. iear.. weeks.'' Judge Araow, ...a. of ad- "Georgia house at: Wednesday's' aesafod.
4 vanned beingeightyone. and has These were the Academ7'for
i were about to put It 'b7"Jdlaa Grand's 'more; and then Mohun found himself and fillup the vacuity: of the doll, dragging ;: age "
rising from her seat; tottering up'' to his .walking alone In the fresh morning air day.' She could not return to the \ The )land department of thi" Florida' -n feeble for .ome,Ume.. "tew'men the Blind at Macon. the North Georgia .

'side, and throwing her arms around with the conviction! that all things considered simple girlish Joys that bad filled her East, Coast railway, is v making elaborate ' In,:Alachua.county; !'were1'more widely ,. Agricultural College at Dahlon-' r'

.his. neck .,.. laid ber,bead upon his be bad got honorably and well heart Hll'she knew Gifford; and bereft preparations for extensive drainage known J than Judge rno". ega,' the ''Institution for the Deaf and

,...ta04.: sobbed there. (Spar her, put of a most painfully difficult post- i of the prospect of happiness in ,marriage operations !'at several ,Important f DumVat'Cave Springs and the etato

Comelier.. for',the .firsthand Ion; and:Jane staring blankly at the I ," all fife seemed? ,to her dull, hopeess mints along ,the lower; coast. "toimmens Wi\ O...Pass, who .was' recently"'appointed Normal School'at1 Athens. '

1it tlnvo in this life.)' She said tender foot walls of the sifting room;' where he' ..stagnant. . .11 ee dredge has been ordered forthe .supervisor of "registration; 'The' 'first ot the..'recelTed'' $8S.000.

:tbat'UU this moment had'never had left her, knew that all youth"andhappiness 'Bbe thought' scarcely at aQ|'of the work and'the principal points, of' dropped dead at Tampa. ,He bas been the second 920.000tbe, third 120.000

i entered bee heart to st>1. 'She,behlmvto -,, all. bOPe"or' motive In life shame of'her own birth during these operation will bo at Dsnla, Fort Plerco prominent In: the county 'for: manyyears and the latter $15.000. making a total"" F4
Iaa 'or' her tad passed away, with him, out of her and "
t y. pity' : now, first weeks; when she did think of and West Palm"Beach. of I1JO.OOO. 'If

t. ate.least,.,she might have the .leart. .forever.i,- .: It" It''' was" but as .tile fans other ,
oa 0C6U kindness of his &'en. '' : greater grief the grief that swallowed '
,.wnfort ier'wben he. ,was *i{ CHAPTER IX., up, all:others, -her severance_' from .llo The first .m..Uni"o'f 'the' Augusta One. thousand of the citizen soldiery Tt; REX, .COMPANIES.. ; 'INDICTED.tandard '- .,_.. '
: ,' And she has'never cried'yet" said bun.. and Florida railroad stockholders was of.Florida in camp at Tampa, marched .
can't"really! ''believe I. would poor Miss:Lynch, while the'faclle tears (To be eo.tI.....), Jb Augusta ,Oa., the; past Week In[ 'parade and review-before Governor' and' Vacuum ,Oil, and Pennsylvania i\\

i kept; all,:thisroffl, eu";'you eaa't streamed fast down ,her.,',owe cheeks.. ,when subscription books laid .before Broward.' The' governor;' In civilian Road Must Answer, ,,._ :

|-.TvRked; Mi ',:your b..-1Ia. 'never.jcrled'' or; complained ......0...... "Y1auP>.
deceived y....,,>:-y OIL only said yet,',and she eats a little.hit/wC every ''A'"bat shop"" was opened In London. capital stock' of one" million ,dollars and:surrounded',by the:officers vt'his Tor 'at Jamestown: "Friday,' 'ret"1rnelJndletme1lUl'ap.tnaf to

first .ag.r-I an. ;;.sure, of neat as'Jlt.comes .ronnd.'iand.gets-tup Bng b7"the Countess-Fabrleottl. :recently. tad been' fully ,paid >in. A"company military. '!ntaff,, took: position A at 'tarf the Standard Oilcompany
Gifford ills 9 bardtrial and'goelto1bed as' osnau But!she .' 'Liveried ,footmen. handed organUed 'by-laws adopt- "court '
'. . ;was. ,formally, \ southwest corner of the bouse ot'J''
bear Will you ever torgls..a4eriagj . doesn't'.sleep,1 Mr. Huntley: and1'; he* "around. -tea. :"and ,ekes: ', 8et and officers lecUd. .Another,meeUng square:at ,waich point\ the tzoopgat ; \ w" )'orZ,) ;'PenMvanla. >.i

-. ;IIt7'l.V.. ..., .. !f 04sh wastes from bert and every night. ,' '4 ,i. .: 'Wt\ 4. ,.bast;lIMn'' .J1e4 ,,:'j or',September ,the: encampment passed.In 'nkw/at. '. Railruad'company an} the Vao-- +
r. ?::- V at''Cb a $ame hour,' the fever metl o l hi' Q 1 ilN't. gfNewIlellalid: DD., ; ::'unm Oil ,company_ of Rochester; foe:, ,

.:=. qt;: perfect Y, 4I". .*.*. ';,J..w. ; ;torath'9qgo.:; ,naI :.'*," -q' 'a!workman's or A clerk's!In'to *-, 16, 'for,,stock the parpoaaotibcreasing't and,authorizing a"' bond e0apltal tet having marched; r,front i i t the 'eamp of :delations*.. .. of'..|,h. 1 teralate'commar .e'J j

.... I* blaa the part which. .***, aid%hen. cis the day;ste !'-, .::1tVf" eo.," ., .sto;. _the. landlord, p'for_rani.., .. Issue graandrpreeeded' ay. .a' ;squad'' .vk M u "
: ' p t col' ; f.h r. mounted policemen.
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f \. Both *hew impNyemen.-the.; Fire Who, .Has:Perelebntly"1.srreyed. -
JHIgrisr and ,the Laftsri
Birmingham-( .,. I Institution ( I'" ,. :FoOd, However Much Costlier.A Win...Not Call 'for\Apology by) Servitiee.' In Oyster. Bay,

Touched. for:Big Sum., I :report wasissUed, by the bureau' United' ,States" ,, MHs Aat i.. Hsec,"who 1 ie summerIng r SNOW

:-of<< labor at.W.blngtol1onda: ,., of an la Oyster; Bay,'N.) Y.: :. ioto'itbe Bur--

;REDUCED' i Investigation: .into* wages. .and hour TECHNICALLY' BURGLARS; 'Mrs.pose. InterviftYiuc Roosevelt on what'the"she pretd'declares ttt 01

RESERVE .FUND of labor in 1905 In,the principal manufacturing is .'a' matter' of life and deathcre. w

Industries of the United MMMWMM*. ated a scene during the service: In
I '
I State ''Tho report gives the averagwages Christ's Episcopal'Clu1I'ch'SUotla1.
Further OetaNs of Spying: Five SeatRaldsrs'ln
s Paying- :Teller, Chlsholm' ;fSwtoed the r 'And the hours of labor and IslandsRecIved Miss Eaae. or Miss 'Case as ,her '
*" Cash for' Speculation Purposes. the name is,be. has attended A SURE CURE
the number of 'employees Hr-ldemi- :
' Two Bucket Shop Men Arrested ' I 'at the State Do every church 'service the president .

as Aeeesso cal establishments in both 1904 and partment In Washington.Furtherdetails has attended since his arrival In July '.. I\PJIQ..U\ UI .UCI .
ryes. 1008., While the figure prevented:aw -, She has climbed Sagamore HUI on ,IIVHS., ,XALIIS. nc.' fcS t; .. '
'j not 'exhaustive for the United States,. killing of foot,several times only to be turned ANTISEPTiCthat' .1 'W
.rOt the AN "stops,Irritation, subdues tansa*: t
Within,fa few hours Monday Alexander .. away by the'secret service men.- J .. '>.
f; R.-'ChlaoIm, paying teller ot the the report safsi r- five Japanese raiders In the PribllofC: She presented herself! early at the ,nation and drives out,Pain.; i>

First National Bank, at, Birmingham, "It is believed' they are fairly rep Island is contained In a dispatch to .church. and took a seat directly behind c PENETRATES the Pores,'loosens tha menus Tissue*, pro

Ala., was arrested 'charged, with the rusentatiye of the Industries' Investigated. a_New York paper. dated'Dutch Harbor .'the pew usually occupied by tha \ motes, .a y free circulation of. the Blood giving the Muscles, Batwrel,

'embezzlenrentot$97,00002 the )ank'. ." Continuing the report say: ,Atasica, July {6. via Seward, : Roosevelt family.,, "When.Usher Jame. MYW.! >J5 1;
funds,, gh'en'lt preliminary hearing before "The results of thin investigation Duffy requested,her to relinquish this x"
Alaska, August 7 which sayi; .
R. '
, United States Commissioner seat she refused. DuIr7'fo..16r., removed -
B. WatU put under bonds of $50 000 'how that In 1909. the average wage* Five Japanese were shot and klllel ;I her to the rear'ot the church. "

I and falling to make It, be was placed per hourIn the principal Ipanu'tacturlnc and twelve taken prisoners: on the I and Miss Ksao says he tore.her gown ',CURED PARALYSIS:, ,

')f in the custody of the United States and mechanical i Industries crl Island of ''St. Paul of the Friblloft In so, doingFor' this act she later 'W.:'8. Bailer(P.O. Tn,'Tess:'wrlte]' '"My -"

officials at once of the hotels In the the country were'. 1.6 per cent hlghei group by order of the agent of thedepartment applied for a warrant for Duffy, but. wife had been suffering five years: with paralysis m

,city. 'than In 1004;, that, the 'average boon" , of' "commerce and labor,, was refused. tier arm.,when 1 was persuaded use,' BaUaid'S-)'' Cil* >
During the ' WJ- L. -Sims! In- the rear of the church Miss Kfcao! Snow Liniment,,which effected a complete ca... I ;
p and C. M. Hayes, manager and, as* of labor'per week remained the same on July IT? as the result of a raid, refused to sit dow*. A secret service .. have also used f it for old sores frost bites and akin,

slitanf manager of one of the chief 'as in 1904 and that 6.S per cent by four" Japanese schooners- on the agent stood beside her:and,. during eruptions. .It does the work." &... .

stock and cotton brokerage houses more persons were, employed in the seal rookeries. the service she made no .less than BEST' LINIMENT ON' EARTH ONCE' TRi.aALwATS' VIa_.

In the city were arrested charged establishments Investigated. At thervwas a dozen attempts to get, past him REf'USBiaLI.' SUBSTITUTESt
with aiding and abetting the ember, ._ no'reducUonln the average hours Traders were discovered lying near! As, the president was leaving the .THREE SIZES: :* 25c, 50o'and $1.OO "

clement of national bank tunds.'I'hel'' .. ot labor per week the average ,weekly northeast ,,point, St. Paul by nativelookouts church three secret service men'eur BALLARD SNOW LINIMBNT:CO.,

were also given a preliminary hearing earnings' per, employee were l.fl of the North American com- rounded Miss ',Esae but she shouted::. ST. LOUIS,, v...'A. '
and Sims' bond was fixed at $50..000alld per; cenf hgher! than'in 1904. marclol'company, which leases the ,"Mr. President Mr. President Free -- '.

f Hayes'at 10,000Both. mad -"As there was. an Increase ,In the In seal privilege from'the government ident,, Roosevelt .won't ?you speak tome

, a bonds 'and were liberated while numb6r'ot, employees earnlngr"per as well' employee as Word was telephoned from the patrol a moment t* .OLD AND.. MKCOI NO BY. ;
The shortage was 'discovered the weekly The president' turned his head as '

q Chlsholm was on his annual vacaUonr there was a considerable' \\Increase- station near': the' rookery, foal which f he passed, but did not pause. Miss For Sale' at ROBERSON'S DRUG? 'STORE.KISSIMMEE .,
of"all. '
The bank keeps a large'reserve'fund) 11the'\ weekly earnings employees : the raider were aiming and Specialtiompke Ksao says her watch-chain: was broken .

on hand and It, was from .this that or. In other words In the > ;' of the department of commerce In this ,scrimmage with the secret .

the amount. was taken. There was no I amount of the weekly pay roll...ThU on duty In the PrlbIl0IE-I.an4J.} service men and her watch fell to
'regular time for counting the cub increase ,was 8'per cent in the' establishments arrived on the Spot ak the ,Japanese the door' '-

in the reserve fund.'whlcb'accouna I Investigated. .. reached shore. He ordered the boat The president was accompanied by \

'for ,the fact .that the shortage wa "W"hen' the figures of this article cr.w. to surrender, i which they did, Mrs. Roosevelt and Quentin and Rep

not discovered sooner. ,, I relating to' wages 'and hours of labdr On climbing the promontory, at the resentatlve'and Mrs. Longworth.; Miss!.
W. "P.: a. Harding president of the and, those of the succeeding- !article end of the cape overlooking one ot Eao has stated to acquaintances sh :RIVER ROUTE. ,

bank, made'a statement to the effect* relating to"retail prices., of food are the large rookeries a schooner wan has 'made while in Oyster Bay that. ," .. ;

that the bank would not lose the brought: together, It"is ,seen' that the teen close in shore..' she wjui (to have been married,in the STEAMER''ROSBADA- .,' '
whoto amount, and that it would hoc retail prices of food due weight beIng .Looking. straight down over the I.White House at the time Miss Alice Captain Clay Jeb ton. 8r. Captain..Clay Johnson.J;: v,'
affect the lnatltutlon. The bank baa given to the quantity and cost cliff, the patrols saw a dozen or Roosevelt became Mrs. Longworth;' .
a capital of.".|1,000,000, 'alld' a surplusof ot the different commodities, consumed more Jape. skinning a number of that she 'was to have ,married a high Regular weekly. trips to Swinger-* return.,. Robeada leaves Kl etsa* '

$400.000. were $ per cent higher In 1905 seal, which had been slaughtered government official., and that It was nee Tuesday morning; lid arrives Klsstmmee' Friday evening. .
arrested n than ia 1904. ,As the average wages II : Special Charter Trips to Lake Olt eo'"ob.. and Fort Myers on tM UUtffc '
When CbUholm was $.. raiders refuted to ,surrender this wrong she seeks to redress.'When oaable:' .-
Oomfort for : Bates ea ; '
He per hour Increased more than the re- when reached the and accommodation passengers.
was taken from his suit case. : Lempke: scene president's carriage had deputed c. '
'was', bonded by. one of' the large tall prices of food the. purchasing.' tried to make off with their, booty:in Miss Esae was allowed to go. It was The most picturesque Wtterway in Florida. <
Rates apply to'. .
and .
I bond 'companies .for $30,000.? The 'difference power of'both hourly: and ,weekly I small boats several of which were then she sought* warrant, for.Puffy Vspassenger Freight Proprtete
CULT,, ,
Between these amounts and wages was' 1 per cent, higher than drawn ,up, on shore. The agent then She'says she will stay. in Oyster Bay 't- On? board "UUle," Kteaiaustee,lit:
the shortage has already been taken In 1904, or, expressed. other, words, ordered his guard 'of natives to open until she accomplishes her purpose.

from the unlvtded profits account of one hour's wage. in 1905 would-purchase fire.. The Japanese offered, no resistance ,. .' -

the bank and charged! to profit and 1 per, cent More food'than- onehours belilK without firearms.. GIRL SAW FATHER KILLED..' 'N:/ _. :

loss., wages. In 1904. Three of the raiders fell dead on tt tt ,

Young Chlsholm was one 'of 'the i The average ,wages per hour 10' the beach a fourth was seen to be South Carolina Man- Fights Duel With II N'k '

P 3 most popular young men socially and 1905 were 18.' per cent .higher than thrown oterboard from one of the Daughter's Illicit Lover.A .

personaly 10.' Birmingham. He comes the average for the ten years period boats that escaped, and a filth body ..Oreen vllle, 8. C. special says:' t!. '

from'' one of the best families In the i from 1890 to 1899 Inclusive. The drifted ashore later In another boat., Cowering iu' a corner of her bedroom When :

south and numbered i hie' friend by. nojnber of employee.) was SS.8 pet The Jape bad killed over 200 seali .Miss,Nannie, Drake Saturday: night I"ps . .. "
tho hundreds. It 1ST"said that,'practically cent greater :aad the average hours niatit of tbeni cows.. Those who os saw her' father Thomas F. Drake,'
aU of the money erabetcled of 'labor per week were' 4.1 per cent aped. carried away ''about 100 skin fight a duel to the death with. her )ova : Man:' Goes:, :Jl-Woolng
by" Chtsholm has been used in .peculation lower.' The average. earnings pet A Washington special says Acting. er, 'Allen Emerson." '

i *< In cotton futures. ,and that week >n, 1905 were 14 per cent higher' _Secretary of: State Bacon has sent Alter: the exchange of several shoU t),.:$
'' '
p his losses have extended over. -a...period, than._the-average-'eaming"psi"weeli. to Ambassador Wright at Tokto: Ja Drake fell dead with a bullet through 't" ..;SrB.afrltfFaffexw... :, .: .. .
.. 'of'wererat"hiontbi.--' ** during the' ten years from 1890 'to pan.the substance of the above'dispatch his heart almost at the--feetof 'hit : .jo.
Two ...warrants were Issued against 1899. The aggregate" weely earningsof received by the department of daughter and her lover, Emerson; ..,

Chlsholm.. one against Sms. one all employees, that Is the total commerce and labor from Solicitor staggered .out of the room suffering. -'. . \ ..
against Hays, and bnJ against 'P. G.': amount of the pay rolls, were 62.3 per Blmn at..Sltka. Alaska. sending the rrom'aeiere.but' not fatal'.wound. : HID steady. ," p). a4ta*J'wooer.... ,...' .
cent, higher In 1905 than the average dispatch the acting secretary states been 'at' --. . : .. ..
4 Smith, who also operates an exchange! When.persons 'who. bad -u.. / '' '
Fr; iminedlately .in the. rear .of the bank. , during the ten years periodgamed. that It Is forwarded for the purposeof tracted" by the shots, '''arrived they' fl '. ,-" ... .'
( . . \ .. ..... ,, ,-
: '
ctvtnaj Information such thin. _
Chlsholm as Ute
The first ...rrant, in1 which found the girl in hysterics Aver, 1 'i !
o.r1Mt1 .. ; .
"The retail of articles :
price principal \ .
and Smith are named. alleges. that government has of regrettable Incident corpse of. her father ,aad crying:that ; : ." .
to ever and are. ''' .
Chlsholm aided abetted procured and food weighted according news of which may reach Japan the.Was guilty.of his death. '" love-maktag' sellout
Incited by Smith, did willful, embezzle family consumption of various articles,, In:distorted form> There Is no Intention Drake who,is' a wealthy planter. 4l-4 He'goesabout his /* a ? .

'various the bank's was 12.4 per cent higher in 1906 than of' offering an apology o ..:.anytuftljer .. dsuter.'ro.m, manner. '
sums of. heard a noise in his ""here'Ja only>oDe'81r1.In' the world'for; "him,'* and .
was the average price 'for' the ten regret than is . funds. after midnight Thinking ,
'F does notcare who knows IU", ,.
The method of ptoceedure was a years 'from 189O'-to' 1899.. Comparedwith this, dispatch,' as the state departmeat possibly a burglar in the house h. I She 'may refuse him In the winter; ,

I : simple one. Smith merely, went: tot the average for the, sam,,. tenrears' regards the Japanese fishermenas took his pistol and went to the room. Very well he will ,try again la:the springv. fffiv* ; _

the teller's.window, drawing a check period .the purchaaj&rpower. poacher if they were within the On entering; he saw his daughter and And If Urns has not softened his lady lore'0 obdurate'beart'. t.rtbu
for wbateoer amount might have been of an hoar's wages In 1906 -...-1.8. three-mile limit and the dispatch Bmereon f under circumstances which will try again In the aummer, the'autumn,the winter.aad'ag l* the sprtasVij:

agreed upon ,and_ In exchange fort per cent greater and of a week'swages from Mr.. .STms-emphasises this fact. caused him, instantly to begin shooting. until finally through sheer pertinacity he wins the day.'. : ,

.. worthless check Chlsholm. wqulcl 1.4 per cent greater; the increase It 1_ stated that American fishermen : He has to bear the pain of seeing: the girl of his choice Interested IB otlMtr*|

.pass over' : the money.. to In purchasing power or weekly in New Foundland waters, if within Emerson sprang for his pistol which' men. :' ..

According to the warrant the I 'wages being less than the Increase the three-mile limit,.would be subject .was .on the table, aad returned the i He must alt by and see her grant favors i to other men, whlch'.hi.

e amounts secured with the,dates. ;were In purchasing of hourly wages be- ed to arrest by the asthorjtles and him. but be,.bides: his time, never for .a moment. losing sight, of ,the'end. I.;i
of the of .
w Us tol'o...: cauee reduction the hours would have no redress,. 'a theywould fire.The outraged'father fired four shots view. -'oJ'

' it1 May 19. ta.OOOMay:: 1I.OOO.Jl.Y: :; of labor during tie period." be poachers' the saot.vas# the but only: -one took effect, the bul., Gradually he makes .himself, necessary. to per!comfot. <:-and, bapoJaass.. -

r21. $5.000:. ,May .2*.. $2,600; .May 30. .Japanese who were killed; let striking Emerson 1* the thigh. At- He Is not Intrusive.. but he Is always there when she needs him.' f
$80,000;' May 30. $15,000 July S. $10.. SANITY, QUESTIONED. Beats are recognised. as propertyby ter being Wounded Emerson fired the She knows she can rely on him., and the! chances are that she imposes i oilhim

000, ;', July 3, 3.000; total $71,600., President's Nemesis Given ThreeDays International i law, and the Jap shot. that killed Drake. .shamefully. ,.,... ' r.t' .
,. second warrant make the anese kilted stand as burglars shot killed Drake he'leit .
The After"Emerson
to Leave But he does not seem to mind that, and gratefully' receives .small.toIn'the '
Oyster Bay. In the act'tot stealing according to I Anderson.
same charges with the names of Elms the' house and went to :
of careless gratitude. ., ...
\ way { t
and Hays substituted for, that of at Oyster Bay proceedings Monday were against instituted Miss prominent authorities on International where he surrendered.. When the. circumstances ,,Then one flue day she awakens to ''the fact that If this longsufferingof
Smith. The sum paid to these par' law. No International Incident can under which Drake was if :<>
were to go out other life she would miss him sadly.
I warrant were AslI Ksac or Etlxabeth Case (name result: from the shooting, It is said there;-waa so H ', .
ilea according to the . killed became known, ; And so the plodding patleni wooer comes to his owrTat luL-'There
"as follows*. pelted backward), who created at' the state department much )Indignation 'expressed. agalast no doubt. as W whether, a man of this type Is serious or not:"' .

May' 1T. $5,000; May 31, $8,000-. disturbance attended during. the ,church service The 'government of the :United Emerson that' he was hurried to ''the.. His whole heart and mind.are possessed by the,girl he loves.. .

June 1. $5,000; June 19. $5,000; June by President' Roosevelt States will,, take no further active Greenville jail. to prevent possible Should he fall to,win her the chances are that. he will. remain a bachelorfor *
', %9. 16,000'June '23.' $5,000;. June 26, Sunday Bbould Miss Case.remain ,)Interest.In In the matter'of the 1t1Wnc'of lynching.IDmerson. many years to < .
5.000; total. $38.000. within the Jurisdiction of Naadlu tile Japan poachers. save that, the Is a cousin of Miss Drake. Love to him Is not a pastime but a sober serious fact,. .

(Smith, Sims "'and Hays have no county officers three days she, will twelve prisoners.tMut' be tried by It is reported that the girl!, ,overcome I would advise you IIrlll.'net to. underestimate" the good 'qualities of, ..aM'
funds in the bank, to cover the checks: ,be arraigned. for, commitment as .an United States authorities and according << by shame and remorse has led: ,type of lovers' -

'it.II.allep. Insane. person.: .! to the United. States laws. He makes ft good husband, patient and kind. -

a, .. .'. CURSES ON DEAD 'CASHIER.DsBosltora ., His/ powers of perseverance show him to be industrious.1' '" tDon't .


.L. ',- ** i-Ii' ef Broken" Bank Vent Their If you car .nd It In your heart to lore him, do so .
'. Returns' Home After Thirty-One' Miners and Operators Each Made York Aquarium Loses Manatee At Careers..Inquest : Better hitch your chariot to ft steady shining. betiot'light" -ban v 1B'shooting

Some Concessions. Secured In ,FlorMa.! Rage star.-New York:Journal.; > ,., 'y .
With Bulging Purse.After were'
Years, At Chicago Saturday, police:
The joint convention of coal i
miners 'Tie New Tork Aquarium's, IS.OOv
,. an',unexplained I' absence of,31 -summoned to keep' order at the, Inquest . .
and operators of. district'No.19. United 01 manate, died 'from blood I ,
soa cow -: ,: '.
of the deata o; _.
-' rProfes.orCharlesJH.. ;, 1I'f7e, former bull.t' 1 into the cause -# .. v : ,
!; caused some
Mine :Workers of America In 'poisoning, by a
session teller of the Milwaakee -
superintendent 'of, the Chicago at, Tenn. .Floridan. fired Into her back .somettme 1 Frank ftowalakl, 'suicided , ., ...... . .
Knoxville agreed,upon Avenue State. bank. ,who ... .w.
: me.. -
'Normal school, has, returned h 'ago .before, she was purchased :
a wage scale effective. Sept mber. 1. at ..hls'home.The '1 '''''''' '' '
at Miami '
One 'of'hi.. :first acts upon arrival 'at by the aquarium of some'of the' depositors IE' "r' :h
to continue for one year, Both sides feeling ..
'to Three,doctors ,,
'rOlI .
was i d'a; of'crlap t
r vhis home a In thO defunct bank was so great '
made ,concessions. ,The new'scale She was manaclea "
is on ,
,one hundred 'dollar'bllls, totaling 5., that the dead teller'"* cursed as his
000, over to his wife with the remark. 'In effect a restoration of, the schedule ; and nearly, a foot under the puter ,. body lay In' the parlor of hs| home.; -'- '
hide the doctors found a 28-callber but- E'
'Aak me no quettlons. .ot wages of 190Ctr; which. .Is,practically The wreath'on the door of, the homo "W'D: Job 'POtIfljf ,
Jet As she was on exhibition not Quite '
T' ,CAN SUBMIT AMENDMENTSAt an increase of seven and one-half, percent eight days the sea cow'cost the cityof ,;was torn down and lts. flowers! aH Arit "
for, miners and ,day laborers.WIFESLAYS : by angry mew"rHERING"THr ". "
New York $375. a day

November :Election In Georgia, 1n ; ;
; Minds.I
BIG, FORGER.etenalantf f'
Says AttorneyCentral, Hart SEPTAUOENARIAN.. LONGS WO THa HAVE ..... : rw
.' ;
'\ : .
rot 'Georgia
Attorney General' Hart --- Not '
the Sole Wrecker, 4".r Ii .n.
lias ,delivered art opinion which has Old Mat ef Seventy, Attacked ,Spouse at 'New' York, and' Proceed at Was -...;.. "J : =- ;

Important L bearing ,upon several legislative .- With Butcher Knife. ". : nUt(Oy.Ur Bay; ef Big Chicago Bank., ,...". ,,.. 1' '
'O. dtenalaid: : that
All theories Paul
matters. I .
Mit..7 D'
f rm.r.i
John' :IoDohae, a wealthy ; .....Mr.;;and *cholaa' Longworth ',1 .
holds ;
iThe attorney .general th tam.umenu' of the i1,000,000'northuf.crooked .
; ,the .sole forger 'f" ._ ..
WM ,
s'ae'ibot htTbome near7otvte 'N. '
and.killed 'at .air-heel ;at York, Saturday.'trom '" ' .-.1' ;
to the state constitution<< d .. ,notes in jthe'looted. .. 11.; ,.,, ,>I
can" be voted 'upon' at' 'the ,congressional'election Kansas..Monday night by his Europe( on the steamer et'Pani."t'heyere Chicago' bank have been smaheL'At'eR.t '' ' ''): t. .rl'jo"ar\\

, ;: \. In.November, irtfe. ,>Lora;>: e',had(.attacked :with a ." -met at. the. .'quarantine"atauQg'bf\"; -, J .three other men',are..believed to:; '; .' "' t '

) ( 'ing a -:'ieneral'electlon"; der. -knife.'. Donobue was''It'yearn the ,navalyacht, ,Sylph.i'and, jprotMeaeaat nave bee'engaged in the preductiou,

'meaning', "of Pie, con.tltntIon..thai' :. Don hot;;.has not -yet', )"been. 'one*'to".Oyster! ?.\t+r:T4dGPresb. at.bogus' aJcnatarea.. .ble- 'forgereaowev.r ,: -
; , ,,.. 1 Cubiet-Hertg. ,:
T' y 'st&' ... .J I! ""f % ,... rfif 'Ceat' Roosevelt. 4 . **' *. ' '- *'" t .
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A.t Soya seas ..... flit --.. '...,.. be of : For
Sca-kt Notice Tax
A 11.HKi.f. Stoiy..;; f i*, NOTICE(OF, aECf 4Neati I triad $_ .Is_el De .........&11Io Application
satins d tJoa ".... tba errt d -.t, may bo Deed Under Section'p of 'hrIa .
F, A pwaUl dtapajkeb to MM. CloolnpatlaXIulMr tried !by a Jadir ad __ or mar be tronef' ...... U ANNEX SALOM: 1doJ Fla
from the......"court of ......bon etnuity or ef nay Chapter 4888.. Laws pi
,.. '. ...... n,.! ; i. t..o-l. I other county, to the.aamc way and >nn.llm .. ,
When U*I atatn .., .. undw .
Mrwoc* ool ]. In Florida -
< wt irblob
ft,.two.awr the aame jrevietoneae" rover such pracecdlnr* lathe -
f'Iorida.did ,
... -" ..
+t o i okild .r*. obMeMd b, .. bill "... ...*.."'- p.titon._ A-ta"'l ....... _The ri'"; 7rila .U 'hrby rlrcutbat U H. In rn>' r .'- '.. _. _. _ ::-. _..._. ...
,.....aHs *. Ui* .* art... boar e.erl t __. ....oT ..-iIt Ito "' Florida." slid &i o I I shall Supreme Ceurt' ef the State pun.h....' of' Tax .it!...... Mo. loin-, dat- .

;_ H__ ftwft* from tt.(XNDpar>lua.plxur __l war. ....... to M.01 three-flf of I U equity' erhrlnaetovr, .ta tfc. eourt' of reoord "dII.. lib d., of ....... A,, n Uw7.' bai
ertoi that
'" with ti* ow I n4 I.,.*..... caro* .'oil you the a rot laaar.m. ..Joint,'Reeolutiona' te .each wore Houaet oaUred u..1{J fand.: _The of circuit ryl.Uus.1f court of Ifneamhia. .to tae court county*,} .flled Ppil.said... lon oertlnoato for top deed. I. my to.Iwueln fflce. and acvordaacewith baa mad ' l-
lint and To. Friends .and
rwoeotly, wbe n N.VUh.1D their reapcetlvo Journal' with yaaa. "" I ehall have final appellate jurladfartion. all mledamwuiora law My
thereon, and they .did determine and direct & 8Ar ocrtifteata ombnee tho .
found ber IIUU lollo..lnl"F'I
daughter, the .ubmftted. ta the tried to the court of record AU appiala I .
r Reaolutlona b
rid Joint .
''00''. of ft sevenool reptile. vTbeuld the eJaatoraof the S_ at UM General election .In or write of error praeemtad:. from the eourtpremo d,properly lo-wltt illuMed, la Oeooula :. _ant/u ,
d reoad. whrnber
a Court or Clrsuit
was caressing the inak" which, 11-bsv.1.0a. Court.-IoaUIootMfle' the earn wayaeoordlnv All BlockL" and! "..". of Matthew addi : '
was coned around in waist. and neck, N_. therefor. I, B, Clay Orawfcrd. Secretary and to the came aa aorcrntremdlner. mea tion. to ola.lmme:. : the Public GenerallyI
... of do hereby rive
of State of ( Slate Florida. :
'o Tb. said
from lao"i being OMMiod at Ibis data ol
the Olrcutt .
,latinbioo and'coolnft'o'* It oblivion to the .
jr > held in each
us EleMhm will be .
noUo that a General prem Court.Approved th.*of tutb,.;aor\lBcato lu the name ol' "
to all around. Tb horrified mother! Couatr Inrlald.en'y..d.i next aueeeedlna: the H. H Oillon, I'
:natohed her from the Ant Monday . D. 1pp5. the Said Juno .. ISOfAJtTICLB Unless laid ecrtlBealMi hM b*redeemed ';
darling oolls o( : --dQ" a*
fuoday the 8i.\tk November, for tb.ratieallo.or XXXIL oonllnv tn law. ux ....*.d. will .lain. thereon .r..
the reptile and- trampled tho Intruderto of &. aid Joint rUeolu.tlona . .
IbcM i day of ..pte....... A. O 1_ I
death. It wi s 'of' ordinary prepooimr Amendment ta the Oonrtituttonof That the following amendment to Artiale XVII, Wlln... m, omoU ili parr* and ..! tbl.

I' black '.uake. specie and' measured of the. SUM oif Florida,vta.I of th* Uonatltatlaa of the. State of Florida .... and l .t] U.,*M day o\\/.. '... A. D. 1-.. have purchased Mctcair. Annex. Saloon. in Orlando.!:
-- .. .... .
the la .
r ame hereby to and ahall be auh* 1 K. L. LIta1J1Y.: 'j
-.orelobH seven ,.-. 't I, ARTICLE XXVm. mltted to t.Iat..... of the State at the rem /, Clerk Clrnnll) .'...rt.

:"The ehlld cried when ,deprived ofber That.... rollowlai amendment to Article XVI oral. election In lone for ratification or rejection: 01& Colla'". :Pludda.. and I will give prompt attention to all business'

new-fouDd playmate, and she s.wits .: ef the Conatltutioa of elM 8tta of Florida be and. Section 1. Either branch. of th* Lactalatur. at 81,W. 8. HARWELL. D..qNotice t. .
body-dragged from tho huuse. it Ia hereby....... to and. shall be eubmlttad. to a rozular ceaaloa thereof. may. puniim amend- ,

t. "'Tb strange foafcur4 the affair. I. ', the.....ton of U.tb**flmt Slat Tuwday at the. after General tho flrrt election.tobebeUoa Mon.. email manta to tolir this thraa Conatltutlan- flh nf; end all ...U. _the...came.. alenlod be of' Application tor' 'Tax entrusted, to ,mo. 1 h ..vcrn'.f llllne of Whiskey,

that for several Mrs. Datts' has to each .boas aueh propoaad. amanilineat*anallbe
A. D ll ratification
day In November. 1IOto for Deed

noticed that. the cblld' disappeared at. rejection.i Section St Tb Governor. th.,* Comptroller' th* entered yea and. upon says their and ahall reapeetlve'bo publlahed Journal. . Jw'onenewapnper /ththe Under Section' 8' 01Chapter' | Wines'and Be and Invite all my former patrons 'to 1
the cams hour each Us Laws 81'
Cay, leaving State Treaaurcr. the. Attorney General and the la each oounty where e Mwipaper lapublUhed 4888. '
.human oompaok ns. 8h. for one month Immediately preoeedlncthe '
was tnatl. of of Floo
the State
/ CammUilonerof Axrioultor
next" .eneral deetioa of Rot>_.... ..-. at Florida. make r
today' determined -watch Ida. and their__ In ofllo are bmby.n. my place their headquarters when in Orlando.
... 8b etltuted. and dealvnated. a* a board of drain**. which alecthm the aame shall be enbmrUed. to the Notice li hereby xlv.n that C''. t>. C.rmtTand '
bar' crawl
saw up- declare th*'State, for approval' or rejection. "
anthoriaed and
and after" awhile ktealthll '01. oommleaionera and are hereby of canal If* majority of the electora. votingupon- the M. Potter purrhaacrxil Tax CertlAcat pop ...... ' _'_ .: ..
auipeecied to eatabllah& a eyetem *, SI l and 112, dated Ibc lit day of August, A. D, : \
only to find the child and drain*. lev.a., dike and reaervetreof dlmen.elan amendment amendment. the at such ebaJpari election\ shall. adopt of the the : I8U4 haa filed told nortiflceuniIn my otno* and .J"j
playing together oo the floor." and a*In the Judnentof said board UonMlUition The --to.1oaI1 be h. mad apnl(ration for ax deed tn Iwur In .' .
of dralnavaoemminMonan. k deemed .\aabla. to propoeed> with law. B.ld orrtlflnaM.*m>>raoe. t
...... and..flowed ads coaabmlttedaa to aaa bIo the cleetorc to vote on LSWESTPRICES
drain and reclaim the .p the following drwrlbed vrop. rty 11111x104 In ,
eaeh amendment All amendm.ntaadopted
Don't B* Blkv within UM Htato of Florida, or puck part or par.tton I aaparately. OseeoleCountFtovlda, to-Wll: ,
-.. thoranf. aa .. ...... beat by board. ofdntrsae at the election at which this la aubmltted WJ UodwjiRra 3 and all Eof R R to MI Uo '
interest when help Is ............ tins time andtaprorida or h.aofa..dovtd. by the......toN are hereby 'BY.T''E
from ( k OOP, i.all la TowD.hlp m S ot Rant* ;GALLON
declared. oft Conatitutton from the dnto . .
'r .
reach., Herblne will|| make !that. for u.. Irrigation of the landa. iwclatm a part ,' ,,
I Iat.ln perform' Its duties properly' J. .nd.. maintain aueh era drain*. of the adoption of the earn**. eeaidland befogaRe.d't. th* data of "

'1 Elba, Ala., writes:' "In.,moat... dlkaa advantageous pod raaarvolra to tha la t.rrtary such mannarai aa drat.will..... Th Approved vote east Jan In a compliance 1106. ...\11..101. propaeejnmendmenta th A .J.iMiiano M bbet* o'and.u.
a, constant sufferer from UM Stato of Florida Ito Inhabitant and the comthereof. and the' oanvaam., declaratlona an' return - IJnea: aid certificate.hall .b. redeemed .anoordln . .... .' .
thereof,.hall be aubjeetod to the same reKlatlona / I
aDd disordered liver to law "
a tax A. sd will' sas thfreoii oa
found Her bine to be the' beat Section U. That..authoriaod* .board of and dralna empowered** com.mleatonen and =.u-u: a**State are provided of Florida by law the. Hd day nf September. A D. I O8, CORN'from $2.00 "up -;

are hereby In ........ I have hereunto WltDeuiuyolbilcl 52 J.ature! and. aaal this ,
for i,the troubles. on the eatabuahj' drat_dlrtricta and. fix th* bounda teatlmony .t. sot ray Srd day ofAncn A, 1K1905ei1
I baf used It constantly. ''1 rice thereof. the State of f1 r\da. That tot hand and affixed thereat aaal of the State of l ) fULKstKY: : 't.( .
Florida at T.ll.h.wa.N Capital thto Brat_day : GIN from $2.00 toe
board of and 4t I* au.thoriaei ) Clerk Circuit Court up.
nf '
It to be the Best inodletne of Ire of Auruat. A, D. 1MM.U . Oeovula Counly 1'1_ t .. .
and eniuoa-eied to prepare a lilt or rat* 8, W; S. Hsr.ell D O. .. s,
I ail ( 8. IL CLAY CRAWFORD.Beeretarv .
and wish offerers from of all the alluvial or awamp and overflowed bumble \ ) .
trouble to know the rood Her.bloe mad within end drainaco dtatrict or dl- of State
has done me." Bold by fibber.Wn'a tricta.' and ..,. tnereon on. acreac tax not *xMilnv To J. M. WALKER.: BherUt Oeoeota _."' .' Notice Application .For Tax, .. OTHER GOODS '
.. t*.mmrttM. nr ner annum ho be nxedannually i' A
l pharmacy. -brut board drainaceeanunlaalonra.and Deed Under Section 8 of '

UM varloua tax arras of th various_n. on-Resident; Notice. IN PROPORTION .
Picnic at. Wbltller. tie embraeed. In part or le..boIa.wlthLn. ouch Chapter 4888, Lawsof '" ; \ f.
; I drelnea district or dlatrlctl reoetva.....h lie IM CtBCDTT COVKT. 8VBim',)UDlOl.... ClOCUIT, Florida. .
liata and row the anon UM. tax rolla oftheeonntyor ,. _ _
or aama .
There will be a big. picnic' at Whittier eountto In which .sehlaud.. . may BTATT.OP FlXMUDA. CoVKTY or 'Nollee. U hrehy' rlva'tht. Frank 'Franklin T .

on Wednesday Aug. 22od, to liaadUM. amount a* Uvled. by the board of CaAHOBXT." purchasers of Tax CrtlBot No. I.R2T datedthe

which the public cordially invited. drainer eommleakmer" such. manner and form The'if Ichuran Trust Company, o Corporation..* lit day of June A. D. iron, hai Sled raid With many thanks for past favors and

There will be bore t'f.CId other aa max prescribed. f rbM time by the to tune board, wllch.nsuna of dralieommUakHMr. Banlaed under the law of the State. of MichW. ccrtlflcate. In ray 011I..... and ban. mad appllra*' ,
entertain the Earnest M. Bailing and ,:M. Burr ll n for tax deed to Issuem acoordano. with
Amusemenl crowd. boll b. oo1MrWUd various tax .ollaetaraofUM ran Oeo. law. Said certlflaat mbrov the soliciting continuance
following or'yqur patronage -
eeantioa vrberaui. such lev** hav. b..n mad.., dcocribed pelt aid la i>*oool
property *
i; WANTED:"' by Chicago wholesale aa other tax*)are eolleetod' In aeeordanoa with law Samnel Hanson, .his unknown h....or any person Florida' towlt; county, '

and mall order house, assistant. manatrer and pay over eammlaaloner said amount eolwetod rid eemmuBlonmahall both,.brill r ,claiming by. through or under .him.ToSwnOel .' 10 tp M .'r !It e. I am
of dralna ,
(man or woman) for this county. have**Itva auporlor .to* all other Itena upon Hanson .hU unknown hair'.. '. nay The aalfl. land being assessed the date nf
the ... such ocrtlfloat la the of .
peraoa claiming by. through or ander him Tak.Notl ban
and adjoining territory.. .Salary 920( th*taxable lads In any such dralna*diatrleto tob..nforad *. that n.__ BUI of Complaint .ha been M. A. BtalenpUnleu. Yours'truly
by tax levy for the scot of work .
and expenses: 'paid ,.weekly expense done wider tot proviaiona hereof,or dona any prior II..... against you In the above styled ape to remove .aid oerllfleal shall bo redeemed aGo .
saoncyadvanoed Work p/esasatpoet.) to the adopttea of this....:..= und UM, proriaion dead from title of end reform tot d.*d toN rordlnx to law., tax deed will: 'Issue.thereon on -
....... 1-t of S.. 86 Tp. .South. R..M nab th* !Od dav l>. 1MW,
\ion permanent. No invesuneotorezper: *of aa act of th. Larialatur In toIL. Wltnra ..mnr.1.I...
You are therefore netiAed to eppear and plead my' smreai d Mai thlt.the
8atios ",. That t board of drainage
ti ,.Jtxse required. Spare time valnsbl be and It la uthorlaed to axmia. tb.*- to the said Bill oa Monday, the trader af SeptemMr. Win day of July A. D. IVMfi -A. T. BUTLER
Wrluat onoefor full particular and en right. of eminent domain la. the oondemnation of .. A D. !.<.. ar the name will, be token ae tan.fesed >B Clerk < ou" ? | land for UM location of Ita c.sal. date l. aaalnat you CircuitConrnwsul
losaf.adrssd enrelop Add.... >- ,
; dike*and-.Ira for the parpoaaa aforaaaid It la further ordered that Ihla aatIoo be publUhedone Bv W .. HARWELL D. C. ;

OKNKRAUMANAOKll, 124E: Lake and may enter upon, .......d me such land .. it each week" for twelve eoneeeuttv week to
_ St. Cblosgo.: : 2-Hit.. may, pendlnv. eondemnatapa) Broeeadinca,. deemneeaaamry the. Klaalmmee Valley G_'" Jodieof I IWitnoei Notice of Application For Tax i
for such pu_ and in aaaartalnlncthe the Honorable Minor 8. Jonas, "* JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. .
s why fret and Worry eempenaatioa to be paid for moth land or riht rid Circuit and the Seal thereof at th. Court -, D L7eed Under* Section 8 otT' +;
; Uouaeot Orlando. Fwrida. th day ofana.
derived from such. drainage.hiUbs.orlMnd
when your child bar J a'1 ever co d. ,. tot jut,. A. D.!... W.S.HARWELL.1 E. i.ESi EY!:: Clerk.SBAIJ .- Chapter 4.88H, Laws of

You need not fear paeumoala 01" olberp"lmODaa" Section W. The Ledelature may provide for By C.
., L 0. 8TAUUOK.Complainants 8oIIeIJ -12 Florida.Potto ---
the amaaminto* benenta derived brl land by
k dl......*., Keep, supplied .--of inch. dramax- and the collection. thereof :.;"-. sat a
with' OalUrd's. orehound ayrup apositive : the Broaeed* tbweflWQ.haII be paid to the *In hereby given tha' Nathan' Lamonspurchaser

cure for .Cods| CpUKb, board of dneinaaw commlaloner. to .b* sad. bytbem Notice:of Application tor TaxDeed' Ath of Tax CerlfrateNo.970dsadM..
> day of. June. A D. 1W7.! his fl ad said
*Whooplogr Cough and Bronbhltls.Mrs. for such dralnace purpnae certificate In offlp. and ha made i
my apiillmttloDfortaxded LI .
Approved afar.11, 106.{. Under Section 8 of Q.UO.R.
Bali of Sioux Falls: S{ D., '"* to '... I. aoo with I : S-

thelollowlni oouDlr,

'Bs.1 lard's Borehound Syrup. on toy That Section nine (d) of Article Ire (K) of N.iCon.Ututa. : of'F.lorida. Florida lo-wltj -- 1 .- .
of the State of Florida b and tn ---- -.*
.. '
etiildren for { ...
Are Its results itotXl Florida Arrlcnlloral .
years. : Co's sub dlr of ...
4 t .erne b hereby amended. is a* to read a* follow*, :2otle ti Irlnn W ... Harwell .
> L hereby" bat .
.. 'ka.. ider/.". Sold See U, Tp 26 8 ll tt.Tb ..
ten1wo? by dR -
Durcbaaer of tax certlaoato Number ion.dated
vtalSeetlaa aM ssee.s.d'at Ib ni ,
bring data -4- .4.
Robaraon's The mars of each' Joatie of th
4 Tharmaoy.of the let rtaj of AuraM A. D. IWt" h.. '
of uch
cenifiot lu the namo of '
: Supreme Court) ahall be lose tbrrd (ta06A0)dolls.ys.n Ales said certlflrate, In ..,., Wre and I'nkuown ; -- ALL. THE LEADING"BRANDS OF.

thoum.dlw eanhClreort Jedn haa made apnllatlosM lax deed tn lam lanorordniioc V.,... Hid ertl ..... ball bo redeemedicordln .
; hall hi tens mndred. .(,.-..00)tIoIIea. with law. Said {
Jtit Application For Tax to law, tax dead will Issue thereon
> yarn' .
7 _
braces tb 01.0.I drecrlued prvrwrtt stun on th. :join day o' Aiianet A, U IIMMWltnvwi '
That the f onwotna;amendment to Section C ofArUcMVeftaeCenatlMtlonl tog. In Orocol_..I Florida. Co wits M
Deed Under Section'' 8 of ; my offlolal and scat this the
hereby agreed to R: tof ..wB.e. II' !/AB fllf"tOtn. .
sa Mof wM9' ff 111I" day ot July :
Law and. lot earn ahall be aubmlttod. a* U..Mctm oft lijo. WHISKIES'
:Chapter 4888*. \ otFlorida. SUM tor approval or rnjeetloej at \he awxtawneral The r.UL! X; LVSItrY: land being assessed at. th* data of Clerk Clienlt Court naceot Comity. Florid
D .- elaetioa I th. louanoo of auob gcrtlBoaM' 1m the DUB HAItVYKllL ,
f 1v t .;...._-4. leeUoa 1. Artiele X Vll th.(JasUtotbs.ARTICLE . of rt. W ,1I.W.8 IX.U. b
'II'ai.. d: a''J: Approred. Mar(Ut, 114. rnlre' fbrtII'ea': halt be redeemedoroonllnn of' t

., ;:'. aoA XXL to law tarn deed will bun IheroonOD Notice Application far Tax '"/' ' :' .'
the. a/ day of Moptemher, \. O. IMSWltacal ": Deed Under Section 8 of ' IInI I-. r \ wt '
% --f.. it 1 f ifli alltf ajinailtniil la ftillili V ofMjtukM my official .I Iguatnr* anc seal tolltb .1 : t / l'' .:q' ':. .

rr"ata aj riorlda. relative Srd day of....,..... A. l> 1- .. Chapter 4888. Laura' './ "; 'J.. ; :<; 4. . ,( . ,, ' i _' _
,, be numbered. |lasitL'i K JU LC8LKY: , ., h .
IBM! ftlmnmmm .. Clark Clrcolt ('_Ii. '., of Florida ; ( p orted d'Do e8tlli' lYine

.JtiI hereby a rid'.. and shaft. baaubraHted M the Oaemla COOb',. Florida r.1 ''Nolto. U ... reby irlvrn that 'N. D. ..Tlnd.1Ip".h. . . fl ortsBherrtoe...
. ' eleaten of thStt*at theceneml election. to ... Br W, .. HARWKU.; DO ..., nf Tax Oertlllctte No 1It1i. dated the '
*W.e.bae..1O4' 4. CertlneaUT .!MU on th* flratTnoday after the nrat. Monday laNovember ' 1 6th day of June .... D. IBM ha Bird aid oertlBcute ,' 'A.ngellcL.C1arets. Sauterne;Rhine Wines
alit.-sq of III.oek" "" : A. D. .llaa forratincaUoa or rOecUon.lowitt In my office, sod ba made applleattou tax"Mo.'l1M I 181..11 >>-ll 'of Matte "I. derd to laju In _....b". with law.Halrt .
-..w.addition to the low. of Klnlmroee, Flo Section ML 'm s1assessl.slayet the Jud-aof Notice for .Publication. eertlfloato ....Ln.... the following deanribed Imported and Domestic Brandies Gins
Th* aaid land ...1.* seared at the dat of each of the ( : bJae .. now.orMrealtertobeeetodiahedahall property .I ..IOCI ta Oeeeola _D J'. > , Rum ; :a
-...._of men ocrtino.l*. In the nan of H, I Id euartorlyV Deportment at the ..__.' I Florida, to wlti -
J1; Sot. OUIan.' the eeunty when ash.curt la aotabliahed.and Load OAcc at aoineevUla, Fin.July W. ISM. : lot U Naronoeat* Flo.,_. % (p 21111 O.Tb .. and Scotch Whiskies
.J Onion **idII..d; : shill V* redeemed aoweordlni ahall be a* I........ laooanUaaof Isis. than Af- Notice. I* berebr ivan. that tot follnwrar'named . Mid 'and bring ***vm1 at the date of "
to law lax deed ..1111.... tbcreua ,oath tog, tbouaand eras: one tliiiaaand dowaraln settles.haa AhKlnedec of hi* intention M tot issusnbe of inch ovrUBoato. In tb* name of .
' 17deDlStwSmb5V' .. O IWJS. "t - Oountlea Aftoea tbeueand* pop. make. Anal proof to support of hla claim, and that. Unknown.Uoleexald. "
wUa.. m, official .'...10'" ..4.'M 1 UU'Ifcelethdajrof elation one thousand. dollars' In _. ...u.of .. said proof will be made before Clerk Circuit Court cert'Boat shall.* redamed' '
AuffUMa.., D,1 toe. . from M teen thousand to tw.nbdve the.. at Kiealmm**. Flaw onAurnaHa. Isos, van rorrtlnx to law, tax deed will Issue lhero ooIb
,c, (teal) h. K. r... LtBLBT.Clerk : and population fifteen hundred. doUara: In eoun. .Boater G. Hanooek. ofLouchman, Fla.,' Rda 10th da' of Heptember A,. D. 1MM.Wltucu '
d OlroultOHirt tieaof from _trfI_thouaaad to thirtyiMuaand .. t. .landS70 U Mof .. : :THE .
..:. 4 IN'he tow 01 n wJ Bee. t8.o my offlolal al"natua sod .1 tbls Ih* .. ,FAMOUS
("" ...1...'t..o". hortda., , popnlatloo. two thousand dollar and neVBot.StandaeUofacMSee.atIi .TPMS 6th drya.ttof A....., A...D. UK*.,
Dj17 WilnlRWPiJ.D.U.: w eounttea of more than thlrtr-fl thouaandpopulation. RItE : 'K: l. J.X"i.EY' ,' .

d w twenty-Ova hundred dollara. hereby H* name* the foUowtoawltneeae' to pro. hfaoonUmioua >I CUrk i Clnralt Court Oaocnla ronotr. FI...'''.. .I ,
nprllnt ay and all part or fort of the said rcaktonoe and eultivatioa of said (., D.C
( i ,.Notice ,ot Application to Sell Constitution IneonnletherawitkuApproved !and.vtalBenjamin upon 'W..HA8W..L Cream of .

"RftSl l.Estate.Nottee I , June.. !.>.,, T.. Plow rr. of lantrhman.. Flea:i: ,,Kentucky
.' ARTICLE XXXL Hemp Ooodman of Lao.h....... F1a.i Uoha f.Thorngonn 1 Notice ''of ,ApplicaHon'to' Sell .... Carstalrs Rye '

> b. hereby-*ven that.f w D. on the ltdoyef *. of IxrUKhman- Flat; Blhn Goodman of : i
< A-- County, That the foHowlnaamendment, to Artiele V ofUM esfrma4 Fla.. W. O. BOBINSON. I. Lands., Eclio
ACosntySw..tFbrlds .. ... Spring Rye
Jndara OiiTol. siKM. ConatlUitlorrof th Stato of Florida .Ia. to KirUr. '
the Judiciary Department, to be numbered. BeeJona Notice I* hereby ...... that" tho undnrnUmeiadminialrator .
<.... < tty t .... .* MIl ... public '-',
"+' .or ..rhntt* aalathe followlnareal. ectato, b/iait 40. 4L 4X.43.44.45, 4. .nd rttof said Articleheroby "I of the Ketateof: Annw L Parker. deeea.ea. . Lebanon Club Bourbon
y .and okra ta the Ckwnde of andajnataa V, b.and tli.aam.... synod to and ahallhwtor will make. 'application to UM Hon. Miner -p.
Poet. being! of tarwtt* AU-of frao.One ...aubmlttod to the of the State at the Notice,, I I'AD B. ..0..... Judo of the Circuit Court to and for : Wilkes Count .
florid* ....... TthJudlelal Circuit of Florida in Chamber TttBDDWEISEB Corn i
il..sJ .k. (I) aVuth rk ids R. Goor:: election to b* held on the flnt.Tuaaday af the
....,...ele_.Vaf Kiaaunmeei A.loo, lMwtan..1et8eea. tor the Ant Monday. )I_..........A, D. 1W6,.farmtlnratlan peraon baring claim*o against the **tot* ofAnni. at Tituavtlle or wherever .... the Court may bon
fc .. ... ..... of Old Harvest Corn
sew Tp xtS R sap K end or reieeUan.. >-wiuSection L Parker, late of Count ofOoaeole i Saturday the let day September A. D. ;
... M ilm.toR.> R. rah. of B 5.3ohaina.aMair. don There .h Il b* eatablUhed. ed hl'the State of Florida will preeent the snat .,I IMA, for an ardor to aell atprisat or public sale. .
N to couth war lienoe W swab" of.-........ whenever UM rotors or aaidoountyahaUeo tamp .... to the ondnnlcned Adminlitra. the following deeeribed real' citato altuatad to.theConnty . vCHASE'S >.
i to bearunbax, bMna part of B"k"a-: & r. R. R. determine by a' majority" of the the time proscribed. by Uw. otherwie' of Polk. and the Stato of Florida .' m. ssssssr +r
,'Oe-. Aleojrlearinnlnx at N. of Lot yufaa oaat, rn the queetion at any xanoial alee tho aam will ... forever barred, and all peraon. Southwaat quarter ef northeaat, quarter and ..
--". Rloek eorvey'V'4 ..fW.A. P......."' additioo.comer.. th tionaeourtof r.......... and there. hall bo s Judge Indebted to said asap will make. immediate act- BOO;b wort quarter of the north weet ..quarter. See.Admlnlatrator .. .
x Town of Xloalmmoa City and .*... onutb SM ft* of aid covet who shall b*appointed by the GOT. ......... GEO. F. PARKER II Township "B IIaDp 1'1 EM" BARLEY' MALT", .
... nhall AdnvmbrfcnUor at Estate of Annie L i GEO..F.PARItEll ... : ; :
.R /t N 100 ft. B N ft and aonnrraed by the Senate who hold Parker. ..
m 10 'ty office and whoa ahall b July IKth.: JWo, jnlU-larm-am. Eatat Annie I Parker. D.oeasd.pRAtrl THE KING .
B Itt M 147)5) ft *nd W .Ittft ft ila for aU year salary \ pFBOTHED
tw thousand B hundred. dollar .... Distilled
M. plea* of beaHneW alee Lot la. andrenainf "e a year. espoclallqfor'
to ....of(Jan_'*nddltloa. t*the Iowa bIo quarterly by the county of Eaeambia. .Th. .
ef flmlmmae la Oeeeoln OMmtri ......The eonthweet criminal court of record now ectahll.hed la Eacamhi. medicinal use )
Cjoerter ef ,Ihen.t county; ahaU. ttpon th.doptlonof th_ : y
no and
aunrter aouthweateoarterof .
aorUiweet quarter See. ... Tp M B a _..._.., be th*court of record ;,' 'BEER .
i ". '1'f BUtk*County, of _... The some einf thot aa herein provided and all officer of inch. eriml-
:f' // rrptorw.f A"s... I ........ d--.t.nad coM tor Da1 court ef r.oosd.MU b* ofrloan of such court .: '(gl.Woti. ; . "
of dlviefcm a< record and discharge the dutlec and receive the '
amane. tb*.heir*of said w emolument. such null.. the expiration of, their 1t4 I .
'Xwtaaa. form*of Wswh.GE. I TECT1 t tr CANADA MALT
of oflloa.
nreeent term .
)(). R PARKER -
Admlnkttrator' fob Section .'. The aid cant and. Judge ahaU navooxcludvo :,4 EP\TI4E1'1T'
; Bat. of Annie 1>
i.Parker, <

;- caeca not capital erbrlnal, ...3erldkthnr. ...of. In all Eaeambia criminal / t $$1.69 PER and other brands of' :';;

Notice<< : of Election. county and .hall hive In Eaeambia county eon. DOZEN ; '' *
r say ; << current with the Circuit Court and Circuit Judge : Whiskey too ,riulneroue

In Ilve 'math of said county' the isi... origins .juriarUatkm; of '
ootordanec suet. .
with law to
) uni
nil other ram and matter Ute circuit eourt I: 'to ,
,.r aa mention.
teal provided It hi Kerebr .. .
annou.e.daarnadaodr..olu..fd and .fa-cult Judxe of cold omanty. and >th* aamo
r JS''b y fSZKSli. ... . ess newer to ..... writ ef _1Id..a.. Injunction,
.(; :< 'epeeuu N. .. Oeeeate nty. r7a. Quo............. cortlorari. prohibition b.b.r.eors Y
es 8stordar. ............ 1M. UUf. to determine pna and all writo prop errand neceaaary to the '
who sell aani o* Tmatoa of the oforeeatdkwaeelal complete exarila*of their Jurisdiction. aa aSe':circuit -9 I :
:.i Tea Dbrbict No. *for twop..o next after court and circuit said _n"' exttept :
aaid election: end to fix the number. of mill,ofdiatriet the powv*an .authority' toaummon'and empanel 1 Wh1SkeyJottledin' Bond
S0 > for each of eald
tj ejevled '
.i1 r ifa". YItly77hRlA A a grrd ":r''TioIoo1 'b: idifh' rnai tdj skid .. - :

.. + \t.G.TlRNj' taapoetora. r.w HILL. Clerk. ; ..,..... .
Done by order""f Board.. of PublW IneUuctlmi. 1.- Shan "
There fo aaU otmrt
<: a
'., 'Oaeeota_stf.thlanth' day ef July 1_. proa "
who shall be appointed by the Bass's' Ale Guiimess's
.. : Stout
\ us.L) W. I. esARli. e..ary. .
'. ; Oovemor and oonflrmed by the ..... and whoshall s ,
FQ r. PHrVATT, Chairman any!!: ,
I t:1O .. hold ha sine lur four_, Hi eoaipen.cation ,
\ ,. . ahall b* Axed by lew. ,

1,. .ONE.PENN Section 44. All elTenaai triable ... caM ear 1r 'LOWESTPRICES : "
't .,.,.. ball be proaeautod sacs Informatkm under oath BY THEGALLON;, "tf
s. wbf sasw nXary; 'hanaanaa.ry'irie.. toW AUd by the proaenUnamttomey.. but, the .
'trateTStahypepf d e.ajart mnkUy. do.oaliata 1. prod Jury of th* circuit court for' rid eountymay t 1! r-B-rEJ! '.,from::::: ,. 2 ; :2: .OO. ':VLJP '; .d1:
Indict for offenae triable In the court ofreoord. f
icBiil. any y '
ic.e 1111.
: | t ,
?!, c ..: \ Upon the .Andlnr ef such ..-, the ti 1 L i_ CORrhT maoo '
''' hYQuttg's Female College eireuHJudOT.haJ!commit or ball th* -.... f ortrial ', ;., :: : vtp, J
; m the court ef record, .which trial ataajl .be : .{

:e\-,- 1. '.' lo... 4 Upon Information.lon4 The:....-..... of laid. court' than: be GeorgiaSchool .of TechnologyeojorWedaniartmiilael : "'> 'o.I. :- :-oza.. :'":: Q3a.oo.'Up:: .

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Lila-.t.r ebaP bo tJoa __ _epe.d said r '
". ,' .t and -;,:-wt",.... bus....a.d far shall bo ltxd lor : ao/" ";""W"aQ" deps.t.....sstitbai eon Dehro.andinVeperedtoo.tSe- t" 'j' : V ,

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.::--:>: f J.J.x 1 i too aU . : ." sues.. ,ver aloanhlp a ..h : ;
-- ftI'-I ..SrMetre ___ In....tats'"r*'o .......Ia..atue efofInxormatiea tb.. .....-t.dty slid write for al.a H. w.iyiEt i.F'CO'
.Hi/WT/ ee eU.wweprovldedhei. da.cnrorel 0I>Db .. ..... 4', estalsa Inevtratta adnurtaawj a/the o-ata for -... < / : '
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