Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 7, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00245
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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. I Florida for CORSlHfliV 5 r .
COMMISSIONERS ,
[ DAY CEIBRATH) '
BOUNTY LABOR;: : : .' ,', > \, < o. :, .
EditorTime., Dolour: It 1 probable

+ IN MONTHLY SESSION that the number of visitors to BY CrWtNTIffS ''UttiON : ,

Florida this fall and winter will be .. ; CI-EJA'R1N..G SALE ;*

greater than any previous year; The 1
terrible disaster ID California from ''ueW-at' '
Big Basket Picnic Maple.
Usual Routine of' Business" Transacted the) earthquake, with the ,recent disturbances . : ; .
In West Texas and New : ':-'- :.. ;-.
"""III: .OF" .. -- _J.'I ,
(by'.County Solons. W. Mexico will deter many .thousands ot Grove. : .J. "I l

tourists and invalids from going .',
be. "
I LaU Monday, Labor Daywas :
t L Van Dutor''' Appointed west It Is safe to say that& Over one fittingly celebrated hen b;( the C.rIIpeoloflr'a I .
tw hundred thousand people seeking a
Union who with a large nuov* SUMMER '
,; mild climate in blob to spend the winter 1 GOODS .
fair Commissioner.Klsslmmee her of their friend enjoyed' a big bar : ,.
w will come south rather than talc: : ket picnic at Maple"Grove on the lateen ,1 'i t
,' the chance of meeting seismic troubles '
Ullv FU., Sept. 3. 1906. I shore and indulged In appropriate ..
of County Comn. Ission- liable to come in any section of the and '
Th Hoard ports pastimeTbe. *,, .' .
convened at 10 a. m. there being Pacific coat t. The delightful climate .en tire town and county bad' AT COST! . "
or Florida with its palatial hotel, 1 ?
4 present R. T. Butler. Chairman, WWr been extended cordial Invitation to

W. Ivey, H. 8, P, rtln.; J. F. Williams will attract more of these people than at.t.eDcthe plonlo and other festivities .. .'

r, .rf'*. and J. li. Walker, commissioners, P. any other of the South Atlantic States. of the occasion and a large number I '.. : .
A. Vans Agnew, County Attorney and Quit a large percentage of the usual of our people took'advantage of the I _

# \7 W. H. Jonusum U. C. winter travel to the extreme.wet' is occasion for a day's outing. : '. .. .' ,
made up of consumptives! seeking rest Early" In the morning people from: .. ". -
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: Tbs minuter Of LheMast.meeting were --- ----- - -- --: .---=----
f and an outdoor life in a mild climate the country-began com log In, and by
read and.approved. State
As a rule they are an intelligent, cultured noon a large crowd had gathered. estimated Fair Notes.,
In the'matter of the commissioner class, gratef{ for attention I
any by some *t between four< and
for the Florida State Fair for lUOo. willing to pay for suitable accommodations .. Premium list:* of-the' great Florida
the.resignation of lion. J. M< Lee was Of board and lodging. They k five hundred people.Two ; StaVe Fair to be held at Tampa November -
table" bad beenerected
read and on motion was aooep.ed withregret remain longer in tie State than the for the long occasion., and about five 14th to 20th, are now ready for SPRING 'ANDS SUMMER j

and on motion of H. S. Partln ordinary tourist, consequent in a hUD.1 distribution and hundreds are being
dred pound of fresh fln from the
seoonried by W. W. lv.y, W. L. Van Unsocial) sense are of greater value. bad been caught anddressed during dally sent out to :prospective exhlbUor .
elected State FairComml..lun.r in section of..lbe $ .
lutor Esq. was a Another feature deserving attention the early morning hoars. Besides the every state.]' -
and a warrant for 250.- is I hat man T 01 them finding our equable President Brown has spent months :
flsh plenty of-bread from the bakerybad I $ '
00, one half of the count,'. appropriation climate so beneficial, purchase been> provided, and nearly. very' rearrangetng the list, comparing j .-:..G1Q.OPS', .
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for 1900, be drawn on the county. and become good citizens them with those of the greatest state $. \ "
who attended
fund. Property family brought, ba.ke"'i lair of the country and securing suggestion -- .
revenue are a number.otourmost ,; ; :
.. well oiled with fried chick
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Th bid of Uogan & Floyd to furnish prominent people who came in I from hundreds of experienced: Y
and dinnerwa
the mules for the pies other delicacies. The lair worker in all .* of the union.As "" -
part
for '
the feed county search of health for some member of all that could be desired by, themust ,
was accepted, to wit: a result It may ue truthfully stated f'
ensuing quarter the family and after recovery concluded ;
fastidious and there
was
B Ibs. sacks $1.65, oats 100 epicure that the" list are'' more complete
Corn 100 < to remain permanently Con

L ,Ib. sacks, (1 65, hay per 100 Ibs. $1.46. suutpilves,' If permitted to 'throng our plenty several and barrels to spare.; lemonade'There 'were and also'loe .ban any ever issued b has' state' ,fair.Particular I At Actual'I 'Cost;, : ,

{ The reports of the various Countyofficers streets. amusement balls or churches, water on the grounds which was 'free to attention been &lyeD.Y4.'l'7 l. .
received and ordered deparimeDt.aarloultu..al.jlortlcult.urtllt .
.were, without using care in coughing or expectorating It i ' .
The of. H. 0.. Lewis for everybody, and which unnecessary ] industrial, citrus fruit, i )0'n V
debited. report are' surely a menace to received ',.its. full
A Co. convict hirevarnounilng to $38.- oiir -people. Many: who fail to observe .bare of attention"After 1.0'1.' ,, ducattons( !, }livestock mineral wo- . >MfH ''t,

1 25 was received wltlTtbe county treiisure'si proper restraint In this direction Oy... "maa's work,> children's' department, f
the bountiful spread was< .
1+ receipt toe sameTb.: County do so from ignorance and will if In'ttructed .to.. and tio product or articles of
the usual spurts such a* catching the
"Treasurer's report showsthe, following use precautions.: Any any kind known,to Florida are left '
proper "
itreaBV the pole
band -wluv pig: climbing greasy ; out. The name, of the J Judges In '
balances on who fail to observe the simple rules every '
Indulged
.. ...... running footrace, etc., were department of exhibition will be announced C.. 'S1tANFP'Fib 'f
Coue4 .-.... _.easy."i .t 110.gt required'to'prevent extension of disease In until time for- b. game of baseball ;,
',., ; 4(120( SIi fifteen days .
'P9nr.ndForf.iton.: ;;;;.;+:: :: .....>.' S7> OS shouJdJW placed under Regal restraint between Kisslmmee and Arcadia, expertenoedcapable ,

.. ....._..."'.... .."....." .. .. 06.. A consumptive',' today is a which bad been arranged by the members and> none and but fair-minded. the most Judge willbe 'THBOmClKA.TOk'OP, LOW,rtlCES. 'IN. KISSWUWB.pa .. '11.. ?t tilmTTtmnilnnttliflmm1fitnflmiTt1TttTTTtt1tm ;
s lax 7.s. pitiable object, dellprloat.be sympathv .
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.. "r" of the union, and proved one of
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.. seesL..n allowed to ofsclate.w \
of eve one of moral character, I .
** ** .. INn y the leading features of the day. '
Btaw.IcL./ . ... .. . '*.'.. .1. 60 or who makes the slightest ;rprofesslon There ,wa probably 'the largest (. Surprising even to the most: optl C -
of Christianity.1 They And ao admittance nlntlo" fair workers 1* the number' of '-" "
crowd.out to witness this-game of ball '

q ',", -1 For_which.:. ..Je...W...4.df1oawBaal...., .... ..... <"10110 'to social circle., Old friends that ever.attended a game on theJo) counties participate. that are making and compete'arrangements forthe '
avoid''them' hotels and boardinghouses '
The' paid'and" cancelled1 warrant eel diamond being, estimated any grand prizes offered. On. Mondaya ; :
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refuse them; seemingly they areoutcasts ; ,
were destroyed by fire in open board. : where from 600 to 700 people.. total of "tw.o I.Iour had reported; ,
for whom aINsympathyl orkindly
Tbe requests of M. D. Tindall and The Klsslmmee team was to, unusually -' and severalothert are expected to '
is Jen led. CaD
the estate 'of A, P. K! Stafford. to this cruel companionship condition this blot, this line form and played great, ball.WIDDlolI' line themselves up, before the end of TO '.THE'rPUBLIC', : ; !

recommend to the Comptroller the redemption shame of the we live id be altered overtheir opponent by a the presedt week. 'It'Is confidently:- ,
of certain lands from tas age score of 16 to 2.Klsslmmee'sr peeLed that there will be represented ., .. ,
It. surely can be, done, andthe, 'effort -
for ., ,, ..
battery this. occasion '
!r ,..Ie.t. valuation of $1.00 per acre. has commence.. Quite\ a number of it the/fair not less than ten more i == > \
t without interest were approved was Rogerajaad, Kern per, who did counties than were represented at the '
; states. and cities have voted funds not
+ In the matter pf the change of the only to build sanitariums where these &their work well, and were' splendidly Georgia State F.lr.1obe l largest ever i expect to open in tl''bUilding'') ."to. Klieimmee'Dtugt ti
the balance of the team. _
W JW 30 supported by ,
$ Whlttter road m.seo tp r e.: of held In the south, excepting the Florida '
4 unfortunates have the best .
can The Hue of the locals was as follows Company in the next few day full line of '
7v + Mr. Oeo. A. Beach; for Padgett A treatment and an outdoor life, but up Sorts Fair,of last year;; E .
Beach offered to withdraw their protest : Rogero p. Kemper o, Moselev ... .
"corn- '
also to print and give general flialrl Appreciating the fact that M I"
lb., M. Carson 2: b, W. Carson. Captain
provided them $the.00 county per aare would for the agreeto laud button by pamphlets ''How.any one 3 Gardner Us. Woodall if., tug State Fair' to b* held at Tampa, c irn GOODS( ( andS QA IONS. :

pay can avoid tuberculosis, ,(consumption Prather cf,"'Gilbert rf' November'lUh to-ZVth, will !
or-lhe road and t&.OO acre .
used per ) oP UHeJw any one sufTerlugfrom ID every way that of last year; .. .., _. .
The Arcadia I boys by their., i entle'manly :
for the timber thereon. Col. WeJ, % t'J ,. .. _. I"
consumption can avoid givingthe end quiet demeanor to the game 9f the Fair A' ocat.loQ), arg. d .urp".1 ,' '. j L. Sear for J. -Anderson ft Co. protested "

against the change of tbe. road Even disease to little otners.-Hawaii! has furnished won Lbeadmlrstlonof the crowd,. butbe.were securing tp'sparb'DO attrecGlnnswbich expense til the! will, . 'I. solicit,i' .."a bar:of.. ,,you. . ... r
them poor no match for the home team; 1 "
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U would seriously damage '
as and be of little. value to the county.On means with for eight a sanitarium of Itsbeds forconsumptives being outplayed from;: start, to finish seen a blither in the ordee.h.D South. any' ever. 'before. 1- ... ..' \\.tr' c) "wWv 4 4I

seconded In every position on the W. W. :
motion-of Ivey
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The duty of FloridaI \ ;
action fr'eeinrpstlents Taken.altogether the Labor.Da,; eel- '
'by J. F. Williams further on : 14.. SMif
thlsmatterwas postponeduntil' the plain lobe ,Jt now hasastate ebration was a big:success: and the tReplevined Stolen, Ca tt.e... >'t ,
n board of health that under the
capable carpenter union well feel proudof > -- "
of the Board may
next regular meeting of J. W. Oliver. County, management of President R. M. their achievement in giving to Kls-1: .Me"srs, Ci 'E.. Yowell ,add N'. B.. Uil11ul111UiW1U.iu' ,t'

The report J. Y. ''. . .. .
Chief. Officer Porter
Surveyor on the road from Whittier Hendry. slmmee a truly gala day every 'moment Barns having each missed -;\ heifer, .' .' ..

to Fort Drum was received and filed Assistant H. Byrd and their; associates of which was enjoyed by, the lately, which ranged around the street*

.. Information. that is equal in efficiency to.control large crowd ' and }learning that they were lo R. L.jJyao. .

The Board allowed D. N. Farless, prevent or stamp ouforonmnlcable I . ( : .'. pastor. nearNarooossee. .

w pauper $ .OO to enable him to get to a malignant disease to-any similar She 'Found Belief.;, f t.oolou"'writdt/; of ",replevin aDd' laoojapany t.' '.' ... ".. ) '
Given '
organization In- our nation. wfth sheriff Dan'Brown .
hospital to have bib hand treated. I the means necessary -and "hi. need It you are troubled with liver, complaint went out yesterday deputy and identified their "QSCEOLA ,. . ,
authorized A. F. Bell,
The Board not; be a large sum...:-our state\ board and have not received help cattle and drove them back to town. .
road .bpenl or to get the stump.puller . will not only rapidly decrease' the read this. Mr...Mary 1:!:. Hammond, The cattle bad been marked and :
and if It worked *U *
t of A; Mach It for 170.00.. for death rate among our- own citizens Moody Texas. VI w"'n poor health; branded,in Evans's marie: and braD I PHARMACY... *

faotorlly to purchase but will restrain the thousands who: in with liver trouble for .over a. ,ar. and be stated, that be bad\ purchased '
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the. county authorized loan of $500 Increasing numbers will come w us, Doctor did me no good and 1 tried them from Lewis Parker, and ''Harvey: : !v "THE. 'LEADING; !'DRUQ'STORE! '
board a '
r* The from communicating; the disease to Herblne and three bottles curea"toe., Phillips, who drove themout and delivered :- "
Klsslmmee forthree
I .from the State Hank of I c$n' say too much for Herttlne, as '
,
others. We understanda
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them to blnv, .
i.'( months at 8 pur cent per annum. An effort will'be made at't.be next itls a wonderful liver medicine. I warrant ha been Issued for Parker e . -..'. .. . ., .
On motion of J. K Williams seconded always bare Itjn the house Publish \ ; ;VJ 1'
the secure with
i 'Walker chairman session of legislature and Phillip charging, them' DBNf ''f8lH fT lIS
'H.
J. appointed
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by Small appropriation t.U.be' used for where you wish. stealing the osule.Oeeerat.Robert. : ,
a committee consisting of '' ..... Sold by KohersonSjPharmacy.The ;
this purpose. .
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and.U. S. ,'
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Commissioner W. W. Ivey .. .
JOHN E. ENNIS M.'D. \ "
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n"" Partln and County Attorney. P. A. Fla. July 27 1906 Fane E. ..... "'I.>. ,' '
Narcoossee A
!, ?; ts. inVnee
the ,
e Vans Esq. to meet City WhenV, tjDfjj'fti,
Agnew
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Council on tomorrow Tuesday flight No college Is complete with out Was. the greatest peneraf the'world ., S... ........ ..,.-... =- .'. '. ; :

t and make arrangements' with them to Letter to C. Sta tog rd.illssIMMEE. ..- : ample provision for. study and1'. Instruction hat, ever, .known:, Ballard .8n jw, ,' 'thint'h\ e IJrugilnefl } ;-
J.
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.relieve them of a balance of contract : FLA. to1' the fine;; arts, such as Liniment, is .the'.' greatest Liniment :.. : ""' '

with. Bartow firm 'for the delivery of t How did( music painting and, elocution, for ''no Quickly cures all I Pointer, .within ,.
.
t+ Dear Sir: you get jour reach of ,U.! T. U. Hemp
city to.be used by the county to repairthe QIrl'seducatiun is finished until she <

j' Tohopekaliga clay road at on the the north St. Cloud end ot road Lake, ours.business' You? "''e'lt.ell sell\ shoes you, we. ,how make we paint.perhaps got for. has acquired., Cox some College'of these and, aooomplishmeola' Conservatory - Lit stead, that Texas.Uallards. Write SDOW; this,Liniment U .to .oerr has ; J5ottl6; of! "flerDlner l! fR&E;J to. eueru;Goa\ i rilA1c,8ca6Ct ',

with the Brtow" we can do a good turn' been used in household, for years
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and also to negotiate at College' Park, 0., offers
firm for sufficient clay to build the ourselves', you* and w.e.b" swaplngexperiences ': 'suiter lor\ advantage la all of these and has been found to be an excellent

Donegan road to the county line, to in little al'.... It proposes W give .thorough Liniment for Rheumatic painslam. ; --
with the Orange county1 road We began 152'.a..allo a In each the methods o Ver with out It...-* '*,. *
by best
connect course ;
,.. ; i",6ciflt: deiA t .
T to Orlando. shop a few minutes walk from wherewe and notable Instructors.If .' Sold by Itobersons Pharmacy' .. >.E. [oAr e oAr'k! : 6ijAaAiltt. >, : .

F+ The following aocbuntawereexamioed are now' ; a dontremeirber(great many thingshave:.hem all - --- "'- .-- : :
and ordered paid to-wlt: happened, .we. : could !('.a Reputation -- Shinny South Stables: f; I It
We made good'paint as we
RTIJ"u.c.-dapc..m: ... .r.n..rt.-l too : : ,6NE: : ENNY ::1,1
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et W VT bnr. on*dwr''cam and 1l llr....} I 00 and' learned to make oetter. We are You are after,' White's Cream -Ver .
H 8 Pvd..._ -.....4 11 00 the oldest DOW' ; we dont know whether mifuge has a world wide reputation! will bring to roe a very twidMOMprtrmtad Blur .
,:I r William. .,_dy. ..o mean wind mllMB, OO we bad any teacher or not: It.'. BO the pest af all worm destroyers, aDd Otatooil of the most rapidly .de. ." LIVERY
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,i H Walk.r. DIM Uy no com. .mifeMV.* 18 00 for CoU' fa th.South., t i-s a.
he's and v.lopln. "
E III**!*?. el_mnd auditor..........,+,> KtarimnM Telephone. Co, nut phon.< MCO gotten. We 'should have been forgotten thrifty children., It Improves their Younc's Female.College. ... FEED; .
P A V.n. A..w. ooAnty attoriMqr M>v." n 84 I? we badnt made good paint system and sslinllttlon of their food . r .
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,% JIM D B Bmwn.Walker.Junltor Jail Eumd.r...'.I..t.-' < J->>. ,,26'10W w 'and friends.- You buy your shoes; strengthen their nervous *,..t.em'aDd ,mollASV LLI:. OJU I .q.. i! 'I' .... and : '

lY LCunplwlL rapt poor farm.j........,.. 40 OO you have an advantage. in ;that; 'if restore them to health and vigor I I18b.t ; 'r .' !f'f'I :
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y'4 KtailnuDo B: L Co. light Jail .-.i.: .1,79' you make a mistake, you can J stop it natural to a child. If you want .a HI lLnlculum; ru81aI1o In Frintl. '"
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tit' Good adfnlrht.J.Kowl Mach Co S btedofor mwshlna sol quick if you'make a hit you can pusht healthy, happy child !get a .bQtUe'ofWhlt4I' . Bro.d DooIrc.rwI_'" Cwew. Mu.io I . sTALd; ; .

.): ..... itt.i; TOO quick, ''weve had to go slow; its Cream Vermifuge.. , and 1XJ/ >-ton.HC.. New>I EJ.rtrie B.IMIngti Llalo-.o""b'"..- ' ' . ",.
... Farnbbd.Wm "
1 i 0JIWslk.r. t_Chu Wa"lu..I'. .11406 bard to pick out one' own miss akes, Rodersons I '. '
SCld.b,). :armacy.'Reception .lam.awlmmint P.nl.80..110A 8J':Tr.l.we .
: sa .
.I 1\\ 'J'own, 1000 ......&a..un-Ci.............u...,,.IoaU..V...sad...p.tatI ...; ,m 40 and nothing but fun 'to 'correct. the I Nw..sad Igakal0ultareir.ctw, .es-Sam. : / ,INGRAM A-: GILBERT:;; "PROPRIETOR3.BRpADWAY :. : ,.. : .

t"ma':''. (J. R A.L F Enna'v-Dal work.--rob Autwt 11101'1'48'., ...a.. .. .1110H R6r .mistakes.*' You know of others.where to go for leather to, T eadJers. BEST CHRISTIAN HOME! 1N! 1CNCE8. 1'/1'r'. . ,: '. : I, c, .. k ,,I'

r J Ro_>bI.Pharmael'a FIo7tL teal t.....11I"..._....t....;.,......",...<.t..... .$352. 150> that keeps Its shape feels good looks i A reception to'the 'teachers'1' .of Osceola Address. .. OICHRAN, .. HUNT" .,; Pr' ..t. ,,OPPpSITE; POSTOFFICE.. "' ,

o R Johrto.. repalrnty .......,..r,....' 10 00n new,. and wears a long time Whata I High School: will be held at' the , !lt
o.mtu.o0- 8d........; IW 78R comfortable from' '"
< be
ti lIaId comfort It is to ; 'l
c
. 71x auditorium this evening at 8 oclock:; Phone Kissittittiee. "
,, 118 II'
tw.umr .h 102.
Sr..mn ao /
tll.ci.rk GUIMrto i....n<.dlii* de..l.>.f...... 170 making 0004! customer eomfort..ble"j'' when it la hoped that as many of the .. . ( , ..., ,
'.W L V.. 0.-. halt.pproprUUon.. ,JIIO-00 !- We also hare an patrons of the school as: can do so,' .1' ,
D N F.rl..w albwa.ea tauper' unique' 'you know:i means that no with FREllCH FEMALE ,A1Lr11.Kinds, Hauling:: P1orida
J W >d. botd. allowmiio. B H Oro.-:. :.= .67 We I, will turn out and get acquainted MADAMEDEW S ; <] "
like it.
work one else has anything the new and give them a cordial PI L L s. : .. "* L *_ '',
nd faculty -
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OaoWtlkMr. 145: 70 .- V7. .- -
JIT .A E DOOWM. f.. rtn 5rloedo'rod; ; ; 4i ,:; make a ."rooolrpalnt- that takes less I. welcome. !!'''V" .-___'R'li'P"ir 'P 4jq'! F'Yr F'pr'VpV? ,L:
i( J WOIl"r. sores n Dom ........,.?.'., rj 71 'r6 gallon saves halt t.hfleo.t'of, painting ' a--sees_k tawss_- ... ... ".
.... rgvriate program has been' sr.r..r a I- ';
W L Wlnn. M D .tt dwMM pwipwr ,10 <00 youV'house 'and its 'like that arrange =!!! If..t t4 = ." .... .._ .
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> ') M W.Ik.. dbrinf_ J M W.lk.r,f.-!pry ..l.i,,- .?.... I M leather of yours for wear. 'I" Is .U will be welt entertained.-,
After which\ the Board.took a recess paint /and t.he'strongest, ot paint everybody oom .. -----..- _- ..tINE.W' !\
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until ,r Paint 1* usually weak, and ad alter- ... .L&a. M.

.* The board reconvened at 2 p. m..all a'edV '' .."' '. '* ARONec 'of. PrevesitioH. ; ROCERYSTORE'9e .
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.being present and the. 'warrants. were 'We're very old, but we make youngpaint Sold li Nsstaati 4 J t th Osctat Car ,,. . .
I of 'There f
la better than pound -cure. .
.lggedup.. la open Board and there one gallon! two y a y
being no further business the BoardAdjourned. If Itfea* the stuff in It.'. are many poor suffererConsumpt- : hi.S Jn.o opened.up at IMndy ABan4y>.> ** '

li . Your truly i ive who are hOpeles* of gettingwell old stand,'with a full stoes of frs* "'1- ? ft h t,'
,n :. F. W.JMiroBft; Co.,- who if they bad taken care of themselves HELP IS OFFEREDTO : '
;
l --- YorkPrinting could be well A cough : PANCYAND; PAMILY8RoceR
>I' I'. .New cow "
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IN CUBA ffl'PPLE'A: ,HYPOCRITE' ) ACQUITTED, THEN .SHOT.Mllner Let no food impair the pcaetr ,

President Rqosevelf"ConvertedB
,, qf the stomach. Eat

'" 1 Thieving' Suicide Ba Pryaia.ntWh0. Freed by Jurjr.'ii Fired 'Upon '

Paraded,as Moral 6aJ/'Ij. '.....ov.*, by. Friend of Man H* Killed"and 'b'PRIcE'' $

Revolution ,Extends ,to EasternPart"af Only a White Sepwleher.' I I. Fatally Wounded > I t G l
\New
,
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thtijlant l : -+J-:' ;A'TItl .. ', "' ,\ \ : \ SyIe! Spelling ... .
; statement ,
pf .Receiver EarleottheEatata"'frttstlcomtany Tea minute* after he had .been 'noquitted WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
e '". .b4t ,; i*.. ..., i"r + e)404 i 4B4e4. "@a.ai.. G'ta.04G44ai;
(D4G0
of Philadelphia ' on the charge of murder Ja .II ( A

y. that Frank K. Hippie..Sat* court at Jonesboro' '0.., and while' bewasr '
MENACE l'Ust
'MAN'P.RbVINCES' ol, m Words That t Hereafter .In All Messages and t FOOD''I
'" prtt.ldeDt'-f the concern, had"stolen going 'ito the county Jail 'for' his :

,(,. :,-, ,,,., securities; valued At,ICBJXW,.and that clothes;. Leon T. Miller was* shot-flve Documents From be( White House Will! Be Printed t,

Ali .anta-Clara ,Town In-Possession' 'Ui. lending,of $$5,000.000. Adolf Se times by unidentified person. and will .. According,, to the. Recommendation ot ',. ... Z which is the most>> perfect!, food '

,*f 'the Rebels t'l'Y.nflo"JY gal on"Inlum.lent'k'curlt,. amounted die' from his wounds. 1 i the Matthews Committee, ; i for the brain workers clergymen -

t A United State I II "Again' to as much, theft-,,-created 'a profound Before at Jury, Mllner who 1s a I _ ,
merchants
w..w 4eoe4e4eveoePresjdeat '
>ee4o4,e' e'eee'c: oeoe lawyers, grow-
Bslng' Diecu.' .d. sensation throughout .the city The w '
: ;Qoosevelt aDnounce ,bis I children and the muscle
:
j' t revel'Uoa'wu an" especially ,cruel lft11.Thur! day morning on fist greed ng a
--:- placed"on conversion to the :spelling reform I :
:
; A Havana special ays: The situ, blow to hU many intimate friends, the charge of murdering B. H, Dot movement. He has issued oVders to fulfil fiavot fulfill darout working classes. II

,i tlon Is far' darker AOW '''than at any moat of whom .are,!'prominent In the say who wa.. before hit death, also. Publlo Printer Stilling that'all messages fulneq'. lulln-- '. to cents:,.a packag ;

Presbyterian. church,! either ono of the most, prominent' men of from the Pre ldeRb nd all other (gage gauge I '"
.
the ai clergymen 01-008.--
t previous Ume since insurrection" documents coming from the 'White goml gazelle For sale by all

Stroke out In Cuba: 'uPI'tao or laymen.. Sri' high wag. their the' section. House shall be printed In .ellltia gelatine '
News oZ an ,, accordancewith ...., .
It was 9:80: p. in. that the jury returned plld in. the slot
ing In Santiago'province I estimation of the, man who. abhorred the recommendations ot the .iper gypsglose / .By dropping a penny
> spreading It*verdict of "not guilty.. weigh be pointed oTEU6RAI'HI
1 tobacco spelling reform committee headed by glse the right may
wabout"the' and liquor and refrained from There wa silence In the courtroom -
: city and causing: the grar- professor Brander Matthews glycerin glycerinegoodby -'- _
ot.Col- "
'" -eat The the reading Sunday newspapers; that not; when the verdict was announced buo- ) /goodbyegram III IOOUEEPN8
concern. extent: of, uprlitng amble and backed by Andrew Car. graanzh.gript . ( SHOflTHilO
only the various organizations In the sequent events proved tile ellence wa alwpI.in..al,1IMcY.nAtywl.ha' VM
,1* ,not known, but It. Is the) f'' .negie. haarbourherkea .. M.li:; Lu Wlmrani>t .omlnou : harbor : : , PnlMoH .'>>.
Presbyterian church made the trust Spelling reform bad its greatest /m.OnllMbpnltwn )
.general opinion that the worst calamity ) company, .,their depository but bundreda It was feared that violence might ba Impetus when ,Andrew'Carnegie :apt hearken heaped' _-.II< ,,.n,,,"'IMfo I,"n.- ."f w'hl" "l.T....+...jYla3nT. .fl m" J

of all to'ta* Patma government done Mllner and It was" decided to made .
of member WI .that denomination : an offer to .finance It For bemllt.in h..matill '

would be an Insurrection" :ut- placed their money tn bit company .place him in a coll In the Jail. many year professors and other hiccup hiccouah wk' HIS PICNIC.- ,
hock . t'
a era Cuba, Th. .number of pastors> who Two deputies escorted him throughthe have-been-laboring to hate the public homeopathy bomoeopathr hough . .' -PoptV"e! ,

used th''bank to care tor their saving'wasexceptionally crowd, in the court and led, him accept reform In the spelling of certain homonym bemonym. "Yes, my son." .
According to two eyewitnesses.Cardenas large. Most of out Into the night. When the >parr'was word The >public While admitting . honor bonour "Are you going to take our nam-'

which hat, > .. considered them refused to entertain the theory about twenty yard'from the jail that the existing spelling i*, a ,,humor hushed hUMour'bUlth' a mock on the picnic" ,

tI .a peaceful' ,city was the scene Fro that lilppl ended hi. own life and U which adjoins.the 'court house, six phllologlcaf monstrosity refused tS hypotenuse. bypothenllH .; .No.,1DJ' boy. You c>n' climb up

was difficult to. make them believe .hot. were fired and Mllner feM to tu, take kindly to the suggested changes. imprest Idolize idoliM impressed I In the trees and fallout of themVORN r -

ground.,,, He was ,carried to the' jail "When'Andrew Carnegie announced
and the that hi. sncret operation were as.Irregular. inatil instill
guards on one aldersad *
rural himself
a* they* arerallegedtto be.,. la whore It enveloped he had been struck as a convert to the reform jail gaol TO A-SICELETOY.
roving Insurgents on the othnt' .. 'leg the, matter was discussed more than judgment J..dlement '.
addition to his .. five times. Uls, right was broken -
church Jolr. ,
work
Hippie
kiltt' kiUed '
at
time within
The only pron o./ remaining perfectly .. took an active Interest, in reform and, his right arm, shoulder and I hlr Mark any Twain the past 100 years. i labor IILbour A Wonderful,Restoration That Canned

; peaceful, Is Puerto Principe.AMeitcans politic, and 1*, said to have been 'a werdv penetrated by bullets. HI.ai-', after Mr.' Carnegie promised had to take announced It up ?lacrimal lachrymal a Sensation In a Pennsylvania Town. {
apt lapped ,
:,,
sallant but Is'.said
having cattle In .this territory 'heavy,,contributor- to,, the .reformer's escaped their his_ conversion. and had agreed to I..bt luhed Mrs. Charles M. Preston of-Elk-

!are apprehenslf; that .flat, too campaign funds In tut years notable Identity U known and thattheywiibe finance the organization' of reformers leapt; t .:?lelalie"raped'legalize land. Pa:, says'! '"Three years'agoj, ,

fight la the City of Brotherly love. apprehended calling themselves the ltouaework"tPii b e- 7
:win: become a field for Insurrectionary: Simplified licen.. licence found that .. : 4
: lIe was virtually the bank of the P03TQFFICB"OPEN Spelling Board, of which Brander licorice liquorice coming a nuraen, i .

-operations. The correspondent at Clenfuegos Presbyterian i church.'. M>t only the SHOP." Matthews Is the president of ,the Executive liter litre" __ tired easily, had 60 c l

telegraphed' that there :'were' general,assembly, which was a'large -. Board. loolt'lodlJlUel/.t/ --_..----Jooked'io lodgemtmr ambition and was t

4.))00 armed IQ.urpntl-la that\ylcln-\ 'depositor,,but even the amallost tkin- Attitude Towards Po.t.I' Clerk.' Union This board} announced at theJginning.thatltjlldnetpropose > t r' lopped . Jailing ait. My[ complexion

r 4ty and that-all the small town infianta day 'school organization and' hundred Announced by H ItchQoct<. ) any luster ' lustre /got yellow, ., j'

"t Clara province were controlled :lot Individuals with abiding The principle of the "open 'bop'_ ,.radical-of revolutionary scheme of mama maneuvM' mamma.maneuver and I lost over 60 "

lilT Insurgent, who attacked and looted faith In" ,the Integrity, of. the late will be applied. to_toJhepOstaldrvlce l reform but simply wanted-to make materialize materializ. '. pounds. My thirst r';!,

had entrusted tbelr, -according 'to'a decision reached at :. easy the spelling of !certain: words' It meaer meArre was terrible, and
president fund
train., and seised the property> medieval
melaeval inI
selected 300 words there was
which sugar
conference In Washington Thuisday it asked
of foreigner as well as of Cubans:' and..avlags -tor 'the Institution. meter.. met.re '
*" between Postmaster Dusse, ct Chicago the public to accept. mist missedmiter I the kidney: secretions ; j
Trinidad Is ow.ded' br 'insurT "A* treasurer of the trustee of the
and Acting Postmaster General Following Is the' list of.300 words mitre My doctor kept me on 41
y''' cents.- "and the government appear*" general assembly Mr. Hippie had control Hitchcock and Second Assistant Post already, given out by the Simplified mist I...II. mixed a strict diet but as his medicine was '

N +Ioi', :powerless to protect the property of .of over $1.000,000 and a* treasurer muter General' Shallenberger.. Spelling Board In which change are mold molder moulll mouldr not helping me I began using Do 'n'l

;vAmerleans and other forelgnen.' Railtrq of the permanent''committee on Kidney Pills. They helped roe' at
Postmaster Busse's visit was proposed: . "rr........ molding mouldll1" '
:c: :' train are held ,up at"will, and borne mission and sastentaUon In-the ?; moldy: .t mould" once, and soon all traces of lugardl..pp..red.

t: Y, passengers searched. Tne 'Cuban Central Ynod of Pennsylvania and Presbyterian brought about by the proposed formation JaW roau. OLD roitu. molt I moul'muUe" I have regained my
ol national l labor union of mulleh, I
railway baa; declined' to assume hospital of Philadelphia' other a pos abridgmentaecouter abridgementAccoutre naturalise natural .e former weight and am perfectly

responsibility for the safety of pta.atengere large amount were at hi*' command. I tal clerks; In affiliation with the Amer 'l1ei.hOO. neighbour'after well.. '

? ,' lean Federation of Labor. accurat accursedarknowledgem aitre Sold by .dealers.. 50 cents a,,
_ and freight. Since the failure of the trust company acknowledgment nt
The determination rescued was th'\t nit nipped box. Foster-Milburn Co. _
, Jlecrultlng,for'government force Is It has been learned that onlya addrcst addreuetladze ocher r. J Buffalo
so long as Hhe postal clerks or other ads odor odour N. Y.
it 'progressing In Havana;, and tie few month ago the Institution was
poBtofflfe tfmpldyeea conform to thj flirt affixed!' offense offence 1 ..
'
feovsrnment continues'to make headway' under, consideration as possible depository altho although omelet omelet .
.1 for the rules of the oMce and do not attempt anapest, anapaest A Viscount's Wager.A .
wherever there Is open. IIpt1 foreign missionaryfund ", oppreyed '
4 1 .Ong' ;: of the Presbyterian church.The to coerce or molest those who do net anemiaanesthesia anaemia orthopdie orthDpa..ho'paleorrilb1. marvellous tory is being told In +
the union there will obJection anae>theia>, : palaeogr pilgrimage.
enter oe no achy Paris of a peer painter's
Influence of Mr. It, Is said '
< -government troop In the west- Hippie, anesthetienatipyrin anaecthetia ' paaeol&tblc'!
t, : part of Plnar del. Rio province might have eventuaary prevailed.The to employees affiliating; wl'.hUle autjpjrrine paleontology palaeontolo81.paleozoia' Ten years ago according to the story
de Gruart laid a
: labor organization It expressly antitoxin antitoxin palaeozoiaparain 'Viscount Jacques
/, haTe not yet come up with Pino. Oner. > annual contributions to foreign apothem apothegm .
paraffin of i 12,000. with some companions
was stated, however that the department wager
... t. ra, .ad-there.is not*' lent likelihood mission amount to'over $1.100- fullest apprize pprue ,. pulor parlour' that be would make the tour .
would afford the protection
'
.."" of their doing so,'as' the troops might 000. and Its surplus on hand.always arbor Arbour paJ1i&aJa partisan s
fooVacconvpanied; by }
of the world
': to ;those who.do not .ee' At U archelogy: archaelogy pull i>a-l' .on
,':",
would still be' just ahead off armor armour ., pedagoa pedagogue on the day of his departure husband -,

,'them'In the hill. There are thousands TOTAL: OF COTTON CROP COUNTED. artieanassies rtlaaaM 1M 'pdobaptiat phoenix paedobaptistphenix and wife subsisting exclusively the

cf( mountain trails vita which the in- VOTES, viscount's earning
r. ax: axebann phenom.non phaenomenODplKftl1 whole time on the ,
rsrargents are familiar nd which lead For Season of 1908-06 U Figured by State bans ,I P'If11! as an amateur painter. There was no,
Candidates In Palmetto bark barque
, :la all :'directions. It Guerra cared to Hester at 11.34S.9S8 Bales. I" Several to Make Second Racs. behavior '. behaviour 1 polT ploW' polyp..poued ugh;. stipulation as to time. ''The pair, have

'"''barwsithe I> government their troop'co1l14 At New Orleans* Friday SecretaryHester blest blessed possessed just reached Parts 'On their return

be-kllled off<,by.sharpshooters.Thegovernment Issued the following total ot Complete returns from the show braicnbraxiar prefixedprenomen
In Carolina
South
. has cavalry at the cotton crop of the. United State primary undertaking and winning their bet.They ..
no
; that Martin F.: Ansel: anti-dispensary, f ,.; bnuier...!..;...... '.."" .. . prneuomea ., .,},' ., y
P1Ia ard' l.-Rloand.tne only,,real colJi.rs' I;.jbun' m. w..1!" is, ...u 4 pleat;"' pressed)IJo have traversed Europe, America -
via.,144 and Richard-L 'Manning! dispensary. : ::<< M,1.'fy4g' l>urFa: .M J '' .. ( '
are the artillerymen, but, a ''' preten. .2 > :. .:.. pretence 'Africa and Australia, living on
will make the second race for ItO,. "caJJbel'r" Y+ lrfcali re ,' d ;, ..' '' preterit: d, pretult.
.. H ; l but the profit of the
nothing meagre
., IMF are often afoot they cannot compete 1,008,463; southern consumption o cabper. A1 ." r ra i 'j'pretenDlt' t prsetermitr .
ernor. ;;,4 i .% rx' '.'' x .'candour 1,1"( Flo .f'' "l 'l 1 Viscount's brush.:-London Globe. ';
with the. wen mounted lasnrg- .clusive of amount consumed at and candor: ; ( ;' ,, r primeval .: primuval ....,. . je j
J. Fraser >Lyon and J. W. Ragsdala t carost careosed .
protest professed >t' ,
:-nts..auerra does nv* want to fight. taken from the port, 2,307481.: *. catalogue r I e
wUinrun"over for attorney general.,. catalog ; prolO"afn programme
'JRls !'COute' can always be seen at A lag"'the total' of the,:crop }P.2f&.tKK' 1 catechize: catechisecentra proTol prololU.propt TOO MODEST.
The race for railroad commissioner ..
. ',.oUstancsi from the government line of against 11.65.885'la.t year and '10- center propPed ..PIe......senda: stamped and direct
between J. H. Wharton, Incumbent. chipt chapped r ..
pur
re'wi: l' pUrl' 'L '
ixnarcb. 011,874 the :)
,;" year ; check .checque quartetquartette ed'envelope with your manuscript.
These two will
.' I !, '!!: Increasing'gravity of he. situ- 'Secretary Hester say: ;tills Is the and( ''L' M. Sullivan. 'checkerchimera **' -chequer .. queetol' qu..to. aid the magazine editor' -.clrou1r '"

't"tion bas revived discussion of the) largest commercial cr..., ever marketed -' also run 'over. -" chimaera \ 'quintet quintette "No. thanks/-; : replied the occasional "}
reflected
.i' A. ''W. Jones 'ha seen- eiviliza ", ..;i" "chiliaa rancor rancour
.,.J"l'V f possibility of Intervention'' by the Vnt except that of lait year.:;The commercial 'comptroller >' R., M. McCown. clamor ..; ;clamour z, rapt rapped contributor. "I've heard of pea ,. k
ted States. crop of 1897.98 amounted to general; clangor clangour raze ..... pie so' conceited that they wrote letters '

*? *" .IM Discussion the seml-offlclal, or- 11.199.994and that of 1898-99 to 11- for secretary'of state, and J: H. noyd.for dept clapped, .. recopbe.i recognise. ', to themselves-' but I'm not one
adjutant general, are elected. clupt' clasped! f reconnoiterreconnoftn'
r 1 : 1 ijcan of the) .dmlnll Uon. In'an edt, 274,840; 'r' /fT.. O.- McLeodlIeutenaal' governor clue clow, ,rime rhyme ,
>.,, tonal Friday evening* depicts the re- largest production recorded nj} to their '
H. Jennings, treasurer and O. H. coeval ,,, coaeval rcpt ripped
,;a1?!:''an..Intervention.. as,follows:, respective years. ; color colour rumor tumour HER REASON. ,
superintendent of education. 1
''''Permanent, Intervention: would be The total consumption of cotton In Martin, colter 7 coulter? .. saber .. sabre'saltte "Why.asked the Judge, dld! you

;; Jworsa than' death.-., It would be preferable thi:, south Amounted 2.874.223, anIncrease' I had no opposition.The which Is -to eommixt ':' commixed aaJt'petre deliberately get In the way of thlaman' 1 .
'assembly; compressed savior
general coutprevteorffsr .nour
+* .. n s
.J}JJt Uthe' Caribbean should engulf over ,last year ot 1 6,305;, the" fate of the 'state dispensary eoml'rlH' \ comprise savor "your automobile.

ei."t.be Pearl of the;:AnUlte.." >C and over the year before l..t'of, C53.. pass: upon still confessed scepter aceptre ''Beca le.,' muttered the wrinkled ',,4
session is 1
its next ,
this at controller comptroller' septet septette "I wanted to be '
Tne. article appeals thus to racial 016 bales.i Included In years crone described,
:
'ti sepulcher ; sepulchresextet
1 in doubt coquet coquettectiticize
i
consumption being and before A
ailment: southern "were 08.Z44 cittcise .. lestet young pretty once. more,
It '"The colored'race'nay tremble'fore 'b- bale, consumed' at and taken from 'creptcrost I cropped Ivan, ; sylvan death."

the possibility of Interventtepr* southern outports which anldunt msue ''HOLDS. RECORD,--.FOR' HOMICIDES. crush i;I .crowiM crushed ,i> >. elpt simitar sip Crmeter' scimitar f ,' .le, Doubtless her wish was grUlQed.

>. Auiertcan bate and despise 'negrega.Kven a part of the net receipt at port a* of"" cu. queue skilful skillful a'i i
Twenty-Second Killing .In AlabamaCounty ,
their negroes with whom above stated curet 'curee own, HARD
Lei tha'n Two Years. '
< In A, cutlas cuciata .. t'<, skips skipped '
they have been In contact tor' SOOJrears covering ', ,A special from Montgomery, Ala.. cyclopedia. .. cyclopaedia II.lip' slipped ", Results of Excessive: Coffee 1>r n1dne. ;
: are treated like dogs lynched dactyl dactj-le smolder smoulderanept'
.: :4: says Aubrey Hooch was shot to dealt daabtdecaJog dashed a , f i
: of the ; mappedsomber
If It sumption by states
human. progress
considered
rand hardly' .'
It ltj-emarkable
Ala what
'Wednesday night near Luverne. decalogue IOmne! _lurrerl .C.;
.1st so with negroes of their own' land milling Industry of the south worldconsumption by James Moore a rich farmer. Thtt defense <. defence specter .pectre some persons put up with just to satIsfy -- '

rand: language what would happen. to of'Aui.t1caa'COttoD.,:etch; killing Incren.- demagog demagogue splendor splendont.tdfast an appetite for something.X .
the twenty-second ll
1 II demeanourdeposit steadfaststopt
demeanor _
lithe Cuban negro?"'': ,will ,be. put forth" In ,eW day: sbaw county In less: than;two years.. .tep' .tepped Mica, woman rayet "I had been '

.'\' ;..' -, ,. .. deprest ,ti depressed ltopPed&tree' using coffee: since I was old enough to r
develop V developediareesis stressed '1stript have a Cup'ot my own at the :
AR8 COMINQ. HITHER.r aUCKET.eHOP ATTACHED.Birmingham .,, !"" diereaia diaareats striypdsubpen. table. t
-. jJTCIPINpS ; *
'
I'
; ,- DISPATCHER: WAS DISCHARGED.Erdmart dyke subpoena an< from it have suffered agony r.
Tobaoaeind' 4'" t- die dipped. .u..cor accoursuflxt hundreds-of times in the year past
.Students to Study Supar$ Bank. After'Money Los* ' -Law Held .Unconstitutional.. discust i if" -.. diiicussedldespatch suffixed '"My trouble first began in the1 form'
.
,Other Crops. "* N by 'Chlsolm In Speculation.. by U. .. Commlsslentr.. distil dispatch: discia auUur"sulfate sulphur sulphate of bilious colic coming OB every' few

"W.. A.; Sutherland et: the bureau off .Through the ,city, court of 1efretl At Montgoptery,7AlaFriday, United dutrwt f; '.distressed sumac aunachauppreet weeks and almost ending my life.-

oJ! Elrtt .Rational Bank Commissioner' Elm'ore TTE73, dolor dolou suppressed At 'every attack- for 8 years I suffered -
Insular affairs, who. has, charge.
:,, yiUplno student being educated of Birmingham 'Alai;, bas 'secured aft. ''theJDrcJman' law 'of' congress unconstitutional draft "1./ :'i', 'draught yul synonyme death to relieve way me I from used to pray for x c
suffer
..and discharged Franz; dram Vdrest drachmdressed- tabor tabourtteeasel my '
-in"'this country:'at the governmenrex-' attachment upop' the property And cl- Young dispatcher of' the Louisville' r f ..'' ., .f t&pJJt! ing. I had' also attacks of sick headache -, Gus
a
.left Washington Friday for flea fixtures. of Glbert.A Clay'Ill'.''Bir dript dripped teUel and began to suffer from ca-' '.
:pens, and ,Nashville raUro .:trom 'custody.' droop > ..J" drooped tenor tenou' tarrh of the .
fa:, ?iK.w Orleans to ma arrangements' ,gingham] for $61,950.' Young had been'' charged with ATiitit-, drbpt >'. dropped> theater 's theatre .; awful stomach. and of course' 1
.
dullnes dyspepsia."For
"plsce them agricultural C positionswhere The attachment'' grows out of the Ing' the law In',discharging, members dulness thoro thorou rthoroly '
to In recent defalcation of Paying Teller A.P . ecumenical ? oexnimemealaedile about a year I lived en crack". n,
acquire'a,knowledge ot the 'Order of Railroad Telegraphers due 4,, ? thoroughly; ers and.'water. Believing. that '
they coffee
may .
Chlsolm ot the bank of $1'))0,000 the'employ' of theroad.thisbeing, esia aegto thin through

-:'wot growing. ."'Pr. tobacco, lice, and part',of wnlch. ''It I* allege' :;,:wai tn.the.' flint yietory'for, the railroad'I, > I V.enamor: enamourencyclopedia encyclopaediaendeavour tip thruOllt. topped I was flnaljy the) cause quit It of and all this began Buffering.to: use

suited to Philippine lost with albert' ft In.< cottonpeculation. r F"
other' t\1e. Olay. "
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'1, .' SEEK, ;" TO MARRY EXILE&11y.a I YELLOW FEVER 'ABOARO' ''SHIP.' Directorate Consists 'of Capitalists of epaulet ,,,. '1 epaulette r'art .... ttt('C-- \q 1 tripPed Io. health.uDder Us use.,

'. ('.\''''. .....,.....-- -. ; ...;.r.I.N'.ton.lltl.I ., eponym t ''aera-'sponym.:' ; valor hmo' n,; 9'1our'tumour' "No wonder I condemn coffee, aDd'tea '

;; !womn Anxious to Accompany at Said '.. 8. a.papa'1G' vapor vapour ; No one could be In a much more
Sailor Philadelphia to. The newly organized :Bank of Commerc esthetic aesthetio''' .ut' .. vexed critical condition than'I was from the

'' : _:,$trlok.'", With Yellow Jack. and'' Industry, with fKXOOO.OOV.ca&Uat. athetics" aesthetic > 'vigor 9iaoar. use./of coffee. Some doctor pro

!' 61, With'the second' mat* suffering from : I. opened 'for, business In Mexico .ether activate ... aetheraetiology.aestivate 'visor .r visor .pounced If cancer other ulceratlon, t

; ; ( a Yhat'' appears to be yellow feTer; 'the I Cltjr,Monday...The directors.include iiology' .'IITllh"wagon '. ,.wrnedwhipt .. but none); gave' me any .relief.'' But "

I'i) el1.. ''British steamship. ,EHswick Lodge com of the. strongest )local capitalists, 'axOl'elH. .\ exorcise f'whippeol-' . sine.I stopped coffee and began Pos-
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> BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON) By, ,Hell hu no.picture more Mdeo.a.Oh. the key to the question. "How shall IBMag 1U '- .rrRLo Men Unlisted: Is Now t2, 11.

5" RtVt EbWARb LAWRENCE HUNT, man wrecked by seUHftinessJesus we pro ct. the people from frauds t imanufactured 'I'' Mrs, tlpmore-Wbuwerh< gten .f The: enlisted strength or the arW?"

K came) to l'ede.m'TOu' Iod"t< fcroduetat.. ". ;a*> plan Unit doent'snit I goat of tow* M In slightly'1 Increased In a general oe'. ,

*," _,. ;, '? you agatfi on the,. right tracks to which ts applicable to' foods beverages for a day. and leu.'InstrufUons tot I dr Itsnea at ,tile .ar departu. ';*
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I4fe.MWashlngton. to ,ou. Watch'- HJs life on earth oftranscendent new law has recently tone Into stf; .:

glory and follow Him feot ,.Nlped ,to. make It impossible awayblcage< Tribun,, I :ref, breaches" .of:; the' (-service will lie "
The trains' are running on the Pennsylvania Into Inferior ", 'as, tollotN: ". ,'r' ?
'D, 08tlTorvooPl-...per I ,Total' number erf"" enlisted men IBB ;
j) ? Lawrence Hunt on' Sunday'preached even safer ". and adulterated paint naaenUyeared by Dr. Kline's Ore*Nerve utJIIer1"foorpa,, MT.,
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the following; brilliant 7bl"--.Je.u. came, b.eause',only : Vresatoa that they",are getting real est sa trial bottle: and UnVlJ.JOr<
i sermon 'front the text: "1 came that by ''Himself becoming the vine .of I paint ill*,: pure white lead> and Iln- JJ!!.D.&.Jet-, 1A..l.A.rob Sl, Pa. GOUt artillery. IfcftMsntd' tonnldo coin.r
,; they might have life, and that they humanity could God'a life '1Iow into i iman' '1Iee4 olli 'J I puke! ,, err; 'iIeM. *>{TUMy, ,'.OotS'o-< ; ..

.. might have It ,more abundantly.Joba ."_ .) In .. "ay' to' sustain and develop : The North Dakota ltywmakere'did ,11. JnDID'fING PBXJPLB."Dll . faulrjr. .14._; *&)..**., ,UM; ,a4dt- "

1j ''I; 10:10: a free ;manhood. ''Only by this I :sot attempt to. absolutely ,prohibit' you run: moron anybody ia UiatsMtomoblle Monal. strength;..'l. *'4- ......' a t.otat" ,
J HU.' object was to give dire Infusion of Christ's life I tour, .
men can weak; mixtures of : ,
the inferior pigment, or enlistment In the'Uad.pt.slat army' or ;
His church preaches this through berfshlf..aerament man follow' Him. and grow like Him. I "We ran '.. down first sad then ,,
j : "My flesh I glvq for "I am the vine, ye are the branc......." pigment> *.' .They adoptal' the slogan ran across. u.."- a.U11110r..AllIed, 11.118 'ro 1-111& fl wised<< J",:,th'.Id t
,the life of the world." "Except ye eat the flesh of the Son "'Let the label tell, ? and, then left to I can. d parttnen'.. ..3 ?,;marine, ;.total,.*r
,j "Oh, the wild joys 'Ulnl'1.!' ,. of Man 'and drink Hisblood ye haveno the people to 'buy whichever they -,, /,615.. *' v -

The bunt of the bear"_are these life In you." "I am the living wished.. _I ? ,
s the President's holiday words or bread the bread of God which Under this plan It any one wished Ids.'Wlnalow' Soothing Syrup for Children l

4 Browning's: ? Even that lfe.( la the cometh down from Heaven and to buy a mixture of rock-dost ground teething.softens tbagmmsredooee1nn..mmation .., / HONEST LABELS, DEMANDED..
4w w gift of God through Jesus Christ, giveth life unto the world." quarts and other, cheap elementi !, ,allays pain.our.wind oollo,sues bottleOOGNTRY ..ln!:, I"
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"without whom Was not anythingmade shallow Infidel with flippant wit 111 e y : : \. .
tbat'wu made.. called this the'"cannibalism of the which are found in ,many paints and 3 I 'oo 7mENCIIIB. '.rI7. W. .e. l ..>s WMM... esaL..4'" Secretary 'Wilson D.lfv r., tjltNn.tuee'
so-called "white leads no. one can .,............_ (.. Ia& ",)"_.w.v '
church." Do city lifer asked the '''toM.at: "'acksrsl' .
o Physical life Is good. There la This is not a thnrchqueatlon. yon prefer ..... -- --
I something better The "high 'man' It Is as practical u the (tall.of object: for they do It .Ith'thelr eye DanrfeHon. politely. ;U I could take you Into ,my ...... Nothing short of the plaefac wpoa-

who "would not discount life as fools the doctor on which your life open., But If they prefer genuine "Wen. am down on tie tamV.re-, factories at Brockton Mass.nd show meat products' '()( label which ,wiit-i

do"' who would "not live thus, but depends It is more .vital tjesus1' :whit; lead and linseed oil. they can pled r the ,ThUUe."- titlmor* ..AIIIlean. yon how carefully: W.1.. .Douglas shoes not deceive lh.'publlo was the? ultimatunu -
E know" is "still loftier than the world cares little about our'formal worship.He be sure 'of getting Ifl} tor none .ba t.: . ar* made Joa would then understand 'wblch'Searetar7'W'II1OQ' "''Irer- '
1, suspects.There la something higher cares much about our dally con- the genuine article can,bear a,.label why they bold their shape, fit better '' '
still. "To know". is not eternal life duct., He cares! most about our real which says "pure white lead." I' e wear. longer and are of creator value eel to 'forty representatives. of UM

but to know God-and the gilt or motives, our. Inmost life. The most In all other States mixtures are of- 3UagY than any other make. .. packing house,' who met in Whingr(
God is eternal life through'' Je.u.Chrl.t. superficial: thought must convinceany run .Wavrevar. you ...., yes ur oMalai W. TDtMWla -' '' . ,
"This It life that have lifesave ten sold as pure 'white lead which ...-. HtapiaM*Ml prtoe U........ -Thursday..
eternal\ that man we' can no contain little-sometimes no-real uEPo"siTRRf.nhN a. &. ....-.wklca pas...cte ]r..*.... Msh.rlOM Hereafter If the packers want tii.twgoods ..
they might know Thee' tbeo"IT truer from the God in whom we live BANK aaid ....!., .
i God and Jesus Christ whom ,Thou and move and have our being; and. white lead. X5,000 ....*Takes t_f.. Ask y.wtd.desWW.i.Psegias..SSi :<,accepted for Interstate .ship-:
y bait would that this same aaa.....t "y'" th.a. must bear labels mora spe-.
sent. furthermore, that we must receive It seem were ***.CO".SIS! ) ajpea meat, they,:
I >.: To give man that-life) Jesus must His life through the channels of His principle applied ;to food.beveragesand IsslBSSl BSSSBSsnnni ..00.. ..Coet.WItI.0'** ftftWrite o.hW tor i _.a r."'t".4 t Calais tN.sil f.*"past.., c

Ji cdme. "I came that they might have own appointing. His channel for,us all other prepared articles: where w aoaeIAAtA.ara.lal, g tbW V VtLetVKe) ssWeW V OssV 'w.L. o..c. IS.OXIDINE 1INcIr.r -.Mrs '
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[, life." Why could not the living' is the Son of Man.. "If ye abide in -'
deception 1* practiced upon the buyer -- -- UWWLfUWJWU .. -..... -- -
>:: Creator give that. life by His. mere Me and My words abide in you ye the question would be solved. It
?!t word?, shall ask what ye will of life and It '
i First because death had passed I shall be :yours1. If any man live not would leave us free to buy what we

upon all men for all sinned. The In Me ,ha will be a withered branch pleased bal; would protect, us front POMSITIVE JPROOF ,.
"1 God of Law who breathed Into man's and be burned. If )'ou live In Me unwittingly buying' what we''did 'not

I I I nostrils the breath of life when man God will break forth' Into glory'of want. :
.- became a living soul ordained the abundant fruit In your 'life. Your ' r
That OXIDINE la the BEST CHILL TONIC
onthe: marKet
;. law "The soul that slnneth It shall Joy will be full 'your peace undisturbed Under the new license! law Ohio "
f r. '* die": or, to put the, same truth In a puzzle to men In the world finds she ha.'fewer saloons and more I I. thdfaet that.other are trying to imitate it.vc: '_=:3OTXiDINE "

r, other words: The God of Love of trouble your". strength .u' the revenue, observes the New''J'or1c.1'rt. OAM$ lltrS114R FIELD THg\ FIRST' 011'' ITS'I ffD- RA.JfD inrw 'I'ow' YOU Ri"OI'nRKD OTHIIR RONxlxDVwE
k, warned man-that' "the wages of sins strength of God.3tichard'Mans6eld's. WHEN T"IY DO rH1tY' ADMIT THItY' COULD
tonne.That would seem to be a fairly >> : QJf1..Y' JoIAD
s, is death" MariT"scorned 'love's most thrilling : j1THLY JurJ1AS{Rase 11m ., :RPIOTIOIC.' a _\ tIoq ..b ....s.Tsa.t OXJDUtC& IS TftK BUT. ,
warning and sinned. -Then felt withIn sentence Is,. When '.. the prince, deprived matlsfactory'solution: of the temper -.. S ; Tea see M utae- .ac....... _{I. '" '
< him that sin Is a tatal.dlsea.e. "of a I natural childhood and anca question Ill,the Buckeye, ) State -+. ;"" ,c4d: roa 1-.1< '.

So came Jesus to put away sin by Hli youth, with the vehement passion
death that as sin reigned unto death, of a' mighty stream which suddenly TERRIBLE
< even so might grace reign through bursts the dam which'' had long restrained SCALY ECZEMA.Kmptloiie ,. ;

;,, righteousness, unto eternal life Its natural-flow; he says to . .
through*Jesus -Christ."Orate" his fellow, students: "We are young, App.and. as Cheet, and*_ OXIDINEv" :
means He died for our and we're going to live" This hun .- and, If..... w.... AU Brekea Oat
slat-that we. set free from sin. made ger and thrust\ for life, abundant life, -c.N4 loT .dean. '

alive unto God, might live. He came I Jesus approves. Even to those who, "I had sn eruption appear on my chest; ,

: then to free us from that death I in their eager infatuation for life, and body and extend upwards and dews. :THE:CHILL'TONIC THAT-:CURES CHILLS AND.>FEVERS' '

which mean separation from the. living choose "the way that.eem.tb right wards" so.that, my neck and lace were all ..' .,, ;
< God; to. reconcile us ttf God'iln unto a man but whose end Is death.;' broken cot; also my arm sad the lower Read the following; analysis'mad* by the stale chemist who analysed Ib.... bottles of Oxtdlo sent to Was by to*'
one only way by death so that hereon Jesus speaks: VI came that' you limbs as. far as the knee I.at; Pint; Secretary of the State Pharmaceutical h"IOD (The Texas Retail Druggists Association .
tfi earth we might' live with God. might have life. : He that cometh thought; it was prickly heat'But: soon t, .
And further; He came to free us to Me shall never hanger and he seales or cruate lormed.when' tbe breakIng Houston Laboratories Houston1. Laboratories' ..
fi f from the fear of that death which: U that belleveth in Me shall never out was. lasteadTof going to a physician Chemical.. Biological Ca_teal and Bilgknl "

1 the blowing out of-the candle.. By thirst" Come to J..,sus, and your I p.rehaeed. a complete treatment Arlyr. w ..raw..'.. _ ... .... rwt ti .aalf*. ..* Vthatto w SiMia e..a ... aloe a saw .?e I IWlMn .wwy.,r ; M
rising from the dead andso bring youth will han all your' eyes andhe.rt ..l.Is.eu._tar,.o..u a..1W wes l.pr.N __ _....._.....e..ruy........ _a..wsa
of the CutuRemedie.., in which I had e,... a..r--s..r.t.n. ._ _._ -.tt _......... b
1I' leg Ills life and He Immortality to light by can crave CreaifaHh and all... satlatactory. A. f, 5. TILSON DlMctor.:AeirW.l sad C-'t....a.-t.I ... ..11taON.,Dtee.r.+A..IWd sod G.wM6t" a..IoIII I
Inspfrtes Oh man turn
Gospel; the hope of about t o away un '
year or two .later'the eruption appeared SU 14 Stan., tram n.a-. HAH stain ,
immortality Hence we do not convinced' take. few Sabbath hoursto 'ague, onijr a little lower, but before it; .-......... I... ertra CBRTtPIOATa 1 oY.uiu.vvs
I'O l' Stretch lame hand of faith and grape, see the life He lived and that yon and timI to spread I procured another Jet a. aay.; : fbr area ArM tt..t A.ra" .,
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'And faintly truat'the larger hope, may live with Him-to imagine supply.\ of the Ctttietura Remedies, and coa- .sn'the..y" r.,... tay.. .+.... ya.raNN.l.rtr.4 a W Three- Battlee-....ef s.OsMlM., .,,r S of.An.atd.< tM aIW Aao.nvn"R H:wager.-f'0---. ,
+ but we lay strong hold on the face and bear the accents of the tinned their use until the cur was _- OriI1'.': ; i iMw
hope Prime of Life when He said to. Hit ........ ., rnu,
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hen e nte..alL .r..r.r.w6ny aoray w.
set. before ,plU. It 1 is now live since-the lat r.
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soul..sure and steadfast, entering In- contemporaries'"'in Palestine as He attack and have not; seen any sign of a =a.o:.ao::.:::'. '::". ':::.-:-: 'Ialte.ao 1M" -, -e.ea.r w..qr. Oelw- _. .l saes, 'A,
to that within the relU says to.. His contemporaries In,America return. I have' more faith in' Otttieura u I .- ----r==_ .,. 1n..th..y..i MS w .a.M..... aa.W...a ,r11a. ...ew..la '

I.t .. This eternal life must be' laid hold today"You will not come unto Remedies for akin diecawe than anything .ta7lamt,t1""--- 1ea. r '- tn.ae, --'

.tr/y of by man "I came that they might.' M. that yon might have life." I know of. lemma E." .Wilson, L eoJDb. THE, CHILL CURB THAT CURES CHILLS
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,." not must Man gets It by faith:-"He I Iowa, Oct. ). ism: r ,i
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die. It li 'whosoever be- Thai black -so hard.
lleveth" that "need not perish but One> of the plainest duties of stew be
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Remember eternal life Is not and deliberate consideration-to bear .
dura on Jesus la the quality. How.mere upon our administration 'of this A HEALTHY"ULI"GE 4s a way toltold: a'fevolv WE., ,.. ( i
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> not how long we live; and becauseof world's goods. We are not faithful -' by 'which a more reasonable accuracy ' C'UE'd

quality, endurance: ""No one is stewards' If we spend according to can be secured than by, the.mann.. t, 1 :
BESTPAKTOFLIFE
r, able to snatch them out of My our own' whim and fancy, and let"charity" ., OFTEHTHE. !In, which U Is ordinarily bald,", Mr; 4:00 .
Father's ,band." 'To know God to depend as It so often does, .........
Women George Clarke tha. crack shot, informs .rtJI... __ _
little better than accident or habit. Help lor Pesetas 'I'bI'oqla And
? share His life to walk in Jove with on lti liiO "
eads
Him until God 'tired of We are stewards In regard to' what '.*-- ? Ghana of Uf* v' me.Tl .- .erv ce., m _
youmeans ' eaeleIcstarri4etsde;, MRtril ...
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to live with Him forever.Second . we spend on ourselvesand our families e nsnal. grasp of The ** and marar .
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well In what spend for Provident hae allotted: _' each at with the the triat f1fit's ,
He came because man as as we ; forefinger pressing other good points y month Inflamed
or by.
eye .. simply ,
must have a teacher and an example purposes beyond ourselves: our per 'least; seventy year' in erhicH to fwlfilloormUaton ger, and even many, experts follow combined; In .' doting the stomach. :. < ; ,
Jt the best life., "If when we were sonal'and domestic expenditure, our In life, and H... la generally this- method but It, la .not 'the best, Ftbe O'r But you surely can cure" ) these: stubborn,? t
savings and our gifts, and the oar owv; fault U w* die prematurely. ""' '
proportion
enemies we. were reconciled to God nevertheless' and in the case of one .1, affection.)bv. local_ DMDt..tbt.
by the death of Hii Son much more. between them should'all equally the OILED!: CI A RyTIINGttobl0'ogwl' ; '4
who Is not used to handling
' I k kl being reconciled, we shall be saved pass under' the Inspection of deliberate {{ I -, Paxtlng ,Toilet Antiseptic
by His life..'; conscience.! ,It that were once I weapoq is not to: be advised. I/ :
Jesus' life is the hope of the race. thoroughly understood and practisedby : '.'The best way to hold a revolverIs which'destroys the disease genes asrss

One man has' lived -in the fullest U.. we should be very' different i with the second or middle,. finger .',:a.I.o,, .. discharges, stops,pain,. and:beak .floe ,,

healthy exercise of all his powersno people, and there would be very dlf- pressing the trigger the forefinger =-=:.- b .4 .4 Inflammation and soreness. /
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man need despair The ideal has ferent'results from many an appeal extending along the vide of the barrel Paxtlne represents the most '
been realized: He baa also ,given that U made too us.' Stewardshipmeans treatment for feminine Ills ever
us the secret of success. It Is willing deliberation, and Intelligent In such a ;way that it will assist T'hat'',la '''.... f.! !'....... produced.: .' Thousands. of women tatifp'.'I

surrender 'God..: It''.'!la to learn consideration conscientious' drs3owl keeping the weapon steady. U WiNTER"I ;;;r-t.r. = to this fact, $o cents at druggists;;' .

.' God's purposes and with loving and' administration L as oi. a the great desideratum endeavoring A. Coo La c..._ w-.. 'I Send for Free Trial Box:" ;
fund that is bot mine but Is put into to n.ke a shot with srevolverkeepIng ;
sympathy work them with '
out Him. (AU"04I:'
I' This Involves 'first and always the my hand.* -The-Rev.' Alexander* :Mo. 'the thing steady, > ., ,/ _ THB K. PAXTON.COB......w ......J,.., ,

destruction of selfishness. It -means Latent' v "It buck. up under the muscular: .

we must follow Christ' 'And "If any action, required to. .pull the trigger

man wlU come after Me let him deny T Livery of Christ.. with ,the'forellnger. and unless, one :::
htm.elfand take his ,
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be that will gain his life shall lose it: .. If (cyo''" wear the, livery of Christ is .thoroughly practiced the bullet
but he that wlll'lo.. his life for My you will find.Him so meek and lowly Dy above the'mark aimed.at &&An expert

sake shall find It.",, .1' of heart'that\ you will find rest unto trains himself to prevent this TOWICCURES
Except acorn of Wheat shall fall your .souls. He Is the most mag- :bucking up; and the strength of his ;

Into the' ground and die, ,it abideth najnlnous of captains.\ ', There never wrists Is such gained through practice ."I r I ;
CHILLS.
by Itself alone. But it it die It allUve" was His like'.among; choicest: of %NiAla Koehne that it scarcely occurs at'all, "'
ab Ddantly. :- What' a pitiable princes.' He Is always to be found.In therefore he decries any' other than AND 'ALL MJpJIRIAL FEVERS.Ha '
time the mean selfish'man must haveto the thickest part of the battle.. When Kervons exhaustion Invites'. discus even he bPI.e..t
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abide alone here on earth'.with the'wind blows cold He always take ,This statement I* the positive truth' the forefinger pullvthough eS.k.Iii.sanoobadereygaW.LasM..t "
the grasping fellow even he himself the bleak side of the hill. The heaviest When everythingbecomes a burden might be more sure of .better resultsIf for cMldm.. GaaraBa by ell dracsiM la see I t tY
despises And If at last in disgust end of the Cross lies over Hi 'lIoDcl7oannohn.lk. a few blocks with he followed the' method'I .have' out. r sad t1 bottles. Nw se me pt Mte.It not sog.ton.

at himself, he should follow ,the example shoulders.' If He hid us. carry.'. ,a bur. out' ezoeeslves and you breakout I: ate at Ihe .Addn.s: ''.
of a Judas (whose associationwith den. He carries It also Into perspiration easily, and :your fined.Wor, :Inexperienced?, persons desiring putt LS E+RTuVR PETER co,, oesn.i >
1I Jesus gave' him at least enough; His service is life peace joy. Ob faoe flushes, and'you /grow exalted and to make a pot shot of>an enter -- .
conception of a true manhood to be that you would enter on .It .at once. .shaky' at the least i provocation' and prism) burglar who' may have gained, SPECIAL OFFER-DEFIANCE- WATCH- I" .. :

enough disgusted with himself to kill God help you to enlist under the ban you eannpt bear to be orosaed In any.thing middle ... .. .. ..... .. .r w.1.t11Yt1sEy. I'IrMAbSBY' W
himself)-then? "Then he must keepon admittance to the, house'the. i es .Atwrla . eau. wl..d sad : ,
ner'of 'Je.u. Christ.-Last. ,words of. yoW/taw in danger| your' nerves fort ....,..,_ ,.B
"abiding by ,himself alone" for the Eev C.; H. Bpurgeon, have given ont bnlMtog .y linger: pull I.to' be recommended, :-a.t.me.Ies _id.tiok. WA Tell. cu.: '
.ever with a murderer alone; at; one l I. 'To bump wontaYs nervnoms 'does away with the bucking altogether 7.rkaMONARC".STUMP : & r.
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.Jndas-Jesus] Gr..plnc-hIDCI! system anddaring the period of and the bullet thereforer< wll} : ',.; ..
'. Which will you follow?. ? What Prayer Gives. ekaag of life w. know of no better. surely 'follow' the aim of-the. eye."-' I
f ,- If you would live you must first calmness medicine than. Lydla B.Plnkham'a Veg- St. Louis alobe.DemocratTOOZ'.rtc'STINGERS :::: I Ir ,;4l South Forsytf Si.,, itII..te i Bt.,:! .:(
A l)1b. wish for it. One, object of 'Jesus' Prayer gives serenity stable Compound.' Here! ts an illtis- ..- ,:: t..d't tai. lam.. t
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life was to awaken your desire for peace trust: ; after the anxieties of tra-Uon. II.... Marr I*. Koehne. $T1Oarfield ., .- _
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the fullest life. Contrast then your Npecl.ne)', the exultations of successth / : Avenue> Chicago Ill writes. rIPK.beand
life with HI.,,' with the life of"the '- agonies'';of .sorrow and ;bereavs- f "I have Md Lydia rinkaualVegeiaU* OUT: onCAPUDINE
best character" you know.with the ment. What Is, prayer: that, 1\ will ,Oprnxmtd tar- yean ia BBV faenOy and HeWilaafipatntei "But." protested Mrs. Newllwed.; "1 \ : &j ,,". ,
man you hoped In your youth's beset 'make 'us thus trlnqull' and Joyous, so when I felt that I we don't see why you ask 25 cents a half ..,

dreams yon might some day be.' thus ".calm' and, trustful ,What U, ar.ring th.ehaage of lit.I_tebotSMandltdldiaeagreatdealojgooii. peck for your" beans The other. man '._1..1- "9 '
? mot wash t- I took laap about ; ..
: CURESHINDIGESTION
Note the appalling railroad wrecltof prayer that.it purifies and exalts' 'us Itstoraedmy.diay only wanted IB cents.." .I"\'::: a.a 1

the past week. Read. Its allegory.See ., helps us' to \live worthily and hopefully . spells, naln* in my hack and K.hea "Tes-m," replied the'hucksters-hut, dnd :! ;i:': ,oj
two .plctdr --the ;freight car It I... on Irrepressible sense ofwait' njBbas with, which I had eoffend for these here'beans mine bnbplckad.Wstlhington' .. i
loaded. 'with bleeaingtvocarswith:' seeking supplies from the*tb., I'___ --.t.alrIq.a.CnonnaDd.' I feel o, is all. 'ACIDITY rrCD'o.tu-j'.I: ; . .. ) BtaUoaaryngiri.2Js. Jq
dynamitewith power'I?for(,good; the fnflnlte Fulnew. It is'asptrayon climb"! ........ .,.. W ae*been for thai b..u.b11-' :Pat, .. ..ia..M.e..w 'II ...eu.MORTIFTING. Boilers' l "]
tor that I ebcmid not ,.... n :
pu.enler train with Its freight of lug along the craggy pathways to the) ? ,,
: souls. ,What thrill of the music In- fountain of all and fruition o-dsf. UhepIendtdfOTwaiMei.oUeryee/Dg/ ,, .. '
Joy
4lorm.* --S : MiHs
sod Will mtnff all female Saw. Z
Idnstrr t In the aong.of'the whlshshsh; whining""of: :,,George tStJynO: ".,: : .rvI I Ic. -* Mr. Plnkbaaa.tan da hter-ln-law .of1ydl ,ON TO HER.: I|' "Tour slims W'all wrong.' said tiepolitical : :>1J

\1. wheels and the the .. K." Plakaam.'of Cyma.. 11_.... hiss Bragg-You'd never dream-the I ;eoonomlatt i : AND AlltIINDSIDF.IlACltIUY. '
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.1 the two iron steeds of .. !
i; greeting strength-as and'speed 'fed"with."black c.... =- h. 'v \*. al Mok and ailing women to write ,number' ,c< proposalJl-r!' ;*;, had,,...21. "Tou 'must-be right 06''\hat point" ,Oo' flett HM OsrnM te eatds./ap"
:ffi.
bread from the,J1eart of {A. earth > TberSpirit-Fliled! Lffe;,_ ket- for advice., Her great exjsarienoeI winter,. ,a.:._, . .r- "said th*' anarchist ,"It Is mortifying _SIgMZPJ4Tr WLlr..7.
eosCVBlng II
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'TrhaSplrttfliled! hfoltftimptyelf. '. ;. .* their servto free *C ; Kiss 'Wise-Not Ill bet-' ) to-e. how' .t.. of. bomb.throwers ?
; rush past,? each On Its OPtr !; I .1 our seas........IJ',Lowe* rites std Ben Torn
i .Few-sights. are beautiful. When Christ. comes in self goes funny ,Is the. hardest.. 'kind f dreamed"most'of:them,-PhH*3elphll' ilt.th*. ;right" > ,person., :"- -Washington ,WrI.. it.,lr ca.*.**;... prices 1etc.

,,leave/ But look their again.track,Some fall, freight acroM-\\ears the .out.WhMJeua The.two".re.b gtna-to reign incompatible.He de-. of bard work.-,, 1 .. w c.:1. '." "'.t.'" ._ .. . b_ :I ..Start- .- .. befer*. -wyla-' 53 .i

otheJ:'. track-and woe!-the sickenIng thrones aelflsteeMl> .and). pride. If
here late be Yww lit"V must'
f -' sightless horror of. the Truck there
:the groans of I' s J bd .n.utter surrender qf the old'will.'
ankD trD.thedyingthe A ,. It"; Ita torrbT r o
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..\ It's tkwitfsoftibf oar life! ,wl< In You Look Prematurely Old i iBecause
trains "jfJfciT sted spirit-on ,I: :.It
; ,God-1&1 ldMHWH-! fraughtwith\ '. t Ie tor rat totdwell.J

, tag.t Earth bits "'no :pictIn III << .a, IelBgali? .tl.Ior:to do *<*.
beau ural,t..a.. lau'aUlllW: wCMlllt! ." tb.rone.r-
.,1\ fullest'play..to harmony,'son! help- Rana'... ....ors. -:' L i'' ':r >' of those ugly. griuljr. pry rtelr*. Use LA OROlE'" MAM CTOTCfl. fseioe, u r.t.Mr, "

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11 e'J ssi.' 'vl Y' .. .:t view, Which, however' ; It''baaed on';!'the I A
......e.PU8L18111DD 'allegation* of o'tfcrr. ..w t-
It If asserted that. Dig ,1
1 BB[,rilDA.l' I land companies Mid rich IDfr"lclu..a..

Office;. tn :'/n1': te"ul1din&O; own JlI.d tes.aod most of that the: those land landawhch I In ibeEver-$ are ;l

t lk1U1JIJ; II,'OOCBDLA POUN'IT.'r J.. 4 .u| p"*ed u belong to the state are Don't Mojnkey] With Cheap :
'I Claimed and ere. being med fur li> the
Mtar; ;::HARRI5t'tdltorard, P"p'r. railroad U 1. Mated Lou<<1. that the ,
very people are opposed to-havlntr. the .1 .
: .s'L I wiu pi..Ufy" W.1.. u tb.v sods drained Now these state.. ., .
...14........ ...,ooIarlr.'II .. menu arc correct,,' a* It seems that ': ..

,_ .. 1_ _.....u.... they are, It Ie a mystery. .why.Me shouldbe r ,
.alu.la..s_'-.......suss e.e.pt bi........"sr Uae"frl_. making\ such a great lose about , I I
.__.will _.be t.tuDM un1.. something Jrblcb should not1 concern P.A.IN' TS. "
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., ill. If the railroad and land com ,.
-i I .......t.... Pa.sfll.Ia Y1./ras/ na..ui paale prefer mud and. water sawarasespdsolitude : "d ] : : --C-,
............Mail...-- ,' to dry land 1 let them .. . .,- eta"
,; .* have It. : .
: SUBSCRIPTION RATXS > .
...... .. '.' .. ... Why should the people of ibis state '" '. .
1-.N ontM r ., .".. .......*. ...f... ..ail. 2.' be taxed .to Improve other people \.' r' .' .. I" ? 0a
9' ;; .,_\be...,... ............ .... Ii, lands. especially af the other peuplare Irnvpi
"., .. oppooed to It? It r ibis question I I. .: : :::'1<'f' BUT PAINT 'YOUR HOUSE WITH' ' ., '1
Friday Sept. 7, 1900. without bearing on the problem then ,.. ; f
the conclusion revert to the confession :, :. -
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Sta'rb made la the beginning that the \ I
1TTbe Telegraph draw at- Herald know .
nothing mar
; meihl
1, ,,,,tlon to one of the proposed coo ten Hut itdoe*know!that Uiepropoe<

.'. 'atltutlonal oerutlnlf be amende'eots defeated. which It U Article should I, of amendment contemplate the Everglades the levying and eel
a tax to drain -
XXXI1. which provide the propose the placing oUlbi power to levy, ol l ratton "Sun Proof paint
amendment to the constitution *hal bet and expend the tax In I the bands
t 'be published only one month prior to of the Internal Improvetuen
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t.be election for represeaatlve This limitation
,, Board without any a* to
t, i does,n01 allow time for discussion years or accountability to thelegtslaLure. : ___ .. [
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.f i i for Polly Informing the voter a* tit 'heOMrtts ID the humble opinion o'.thl.' .' f- -
or demerits 4.t the proposed paper that board It now clothed with ,. .
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, amendment.. As the Telegraph say. .
all the and duties with whichit
"> t i. .I ''vot, on the constitutional amendments be .
must
drained
after. they b..eD present' lor.coD.lddon plan other*than that outlined. In some the ._...1.. It is sta'nd .., .
the
:, nlnelj. dayr, If only proposed amendment should be discovered only paint on the market that. .will this l
:thirty days' publication I. allowed, I and adopted.-Punta, Oorda .. !f' ,',, .
the proportion of .bOM'who will. take ," t ;,r climate. *
Herald.) .
I, the trouble to vote on the work of the . . .. Ii ,'''',,''' 1 t
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constitution tinkers will, be still small ; Because Sun' .
: of
gallon Proof'
o ..er.-'Ttm. Union : ; one P-.lnt will cover more '.'
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y .: ; .+ : :: --surface than one : : ';;' -- -- : .L
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'f The Demand For (tabor.:. '" :o' .,.:.t7.---. .: : gallon of any other- paint ';:: : :

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market. .
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ofthreliable , '
kirTebdeplorinaqpirheslagk '- '."':-0.0> "
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!.r- :workmen and laborer. of all classes. ,) :: ;, : a Because it is guaranteed to last longer than tI any other\ paint .' .

,The demand! come, contractors from the railroad, phoa-, ':.,: ,, . . " ..I., '1.BY 1. .+d'a

'pb.turpentine....jntnes camps, toe farmer and the house .' ....... .- ...... :" . .' ;... .. . et.
","' wife. In many. localities are.: to be "
%;. found crowd, of big,' strong, able- ...... L .- ', ,;rl
,bodied nettroe, whose time for the : .
lOOK part I* spent loa .jt around the ,'- I viM
Streeu of the town and cities, and InduUinff -
In gambling and drinking
_ .,\I"' rbeoever la possession of sufficient r STANFORD CARSON GRAVES"HARDWARE ar"bl
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'money to start with The* men' In ;
'\' ,...,Instances are living ez amp lea of WE AIM .
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: the pr wu>t *.,Everybody!: work: ar
..: i 1 in some domestic capacity In a
"wbl..m.n'* family)) and succeed each COMPANY i
I*.' 4y In securing enough food in their td> delight 'you with the a1 81se
';**ervlo* pUl','to feed the male poryiMon61. ' >
their household. Approach quality! of ourgroceries.. .
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7-any.:. 'of these Idler with a proposition -- -. .. )1'1 pl1n
+.' to worK and they don't want any work. We' can give you' the .
The women and girl are no better : / -

,'.' for U la to a the rare same oeearrenoe'potlllon If they over renaaln a- BEST OF EVERYTHING J $ 'I :M

F Boonth, and not that. long 'if they Bad iu High ii- S 1CA C. A. CARSON; *>....1'.... $
k**ajtautbey are made to earn their pay, the lino of Grade : N. C' BRYAN, S..r:.t..,. LII'III'
CARSON JOHN M. LEE,' N. B. CARSON. ,>II
or are oot allowed! to1'1'1 away IStBa
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Table Luxuries and Pro 'Vlc prmldat. Cashier.
V atnirb food each day to' provide for .
fjtoo. ** they have.t their borne. I ;; .
'I'Ii' ere. 1* one' remedy for mi. great. visions' of ,oil kinds' at it of Klssittimee.Kissimmee i .. brIs
,fleal Of this. The last legislature Waters, & :Carson Grocery Co.
pasced vagrant.lawa of the trlcu prices that to Fla..
ore sure
r Mature; and these are law today, but '-"";"- ,,", -wb.leesl. sad R.t.II Dealers IC

,','eo IftheoRlolsi.isaery'county farmore In i name than practice., city command attention.) 'PAID UP CAPITAL......... ... A,.'..,... B. 110 000 eo Y ;

r and town of the state would enforce 4TOCKHOLDERS BO'OOO OO GROC.E'RI'E.S:

|";tlkelr power;alf of this class of Idle .HOGAN '& FLOYD. DEPOSITORS! 8B IIRITY. .,,.;. ... ..., ice 0e0co i
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vicious (jdeoea! ;breed vicious .. ,. c tr'
J mess) horde of men would, be oompellI.M. ; .. '' '
Orompt'aad Careful Atteatlosi givea to all Better e tb

.";"to. employ, themselves, result in. would,some trMete( f o ..*, ExchanKea* -, .goo4.****v at 4* .all".. points at Cheapest 'j' i v COUNTY AOBNTB POR. i ii d. th


...I."iii'and'tb.,. ii'MHrt! el'l ''Om.It. !.gj' PAR. . ER SHOP. ,; .ntol: ..,.- - +' .irdltlll'U8.NEAS: !,. .&:oucsisu' '_.1' i: !I1 *':' Y 't Celebrated! Fertilizers! J I _ABATES 'f! '".,
; aeaei pr 1 aam-I ** ,J5": (. \WILL OuVfoiC B.r.. ' ,;''' ' 0IIA1N\ E T. C J . '
,__:'to crabs a .t r. ., . '. .. ., : 0 "! . I I*
Clrc.lir
I' : aid V ,,, ,
'"...pee, allolnuWlfm a umclency" f :.i . ; . .,. ::1 II. i ..,.rte:: -',.par anMb.d : Pflc. \ .' _
''fund to berth wofK" wltboutdelay and NowOpen for Business'In -- ___ ;- .... ... . . APCIIcetle.l. -7J" "...
aeoure a be *1''\la.e ot white .labor I .
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to f+Gtloesritie Elevator,, Patrick's : ___ due.tl6ea_ a tllr AA ueaad<,e.sArsfkrfbuA.l th tb.

"T t ,..; The, Drainage Problem.. .NEW' CHAlfc. ,, Old.rcJ, NORTH" KISSIMMEE.' .PHONE NO. 8.'M H4'I'D.E"S'; : FUR WOOL .,

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pt'rte i peuoa' b Herald ha*bad'notb- NEW RAZORS- . : 'l'lt : .i.iI ..AI
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'. bi-say; 'on the much discussed NEW KVKUVtHlNOSatisfaction. \ GRIFEIN.i.Fancy. Cotxrx.trtT' ,Produce a. Specialty.. TI
... Jem of the drainage\ of the Ever- .t G. W. : I' :
iiJadM 1* simply and candidly that f
,Herald know nothing about \t.tt .- Guaranteed... -v warwa" """" ,N N1aNH Ifl

I, : mat be discreditable' under the circumstance ....,. --. ----- --, ..
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( such woeful 11

i make ignorance any.,ale bu'* pretenef why! lie about... It or. I .aooeeoooboiW.LVanDiuor&Go.. YFamilY Groceries -:- Fresh b.lrIeats.1. rATLANTIC, COAST LINE I Lbal

.rit;The Herald I*utterly. & obfuscated; I THE THROUGH CAR, LINE FROM FLORIDA 'r .1W
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.tfZ7 On one aide arrayed the governor .
;X>f the'siate, a number of respectable. .
;and honest newspaper and many re*'' .;. at Hour. SoLcited.r t.....
Day Any Patronage
'pectable.. upright and.Intelligent cltlaen -. Delivery Every OOIMNBOTION ... ;

tt founded*. These on present a solid argument basis of which fact, 'a R ok, E:' R s _"V""V""V" -.". -..- 7'----v'. ... To, EastALL Over its own Rails to Savannah, Charleston ;" J elJ

t and logic should convince anyone .' the Richmond,and Washington, thence Via Pennsylvania U.a\
.' that the goveroer I Ie right 'In undertaking -: RAIL, Railway. .' j aII,
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'\. '''* On the to other drain, Ue side Everglade. however, there I REAL" ESTATEAND ' WE KEEP-A COMPLETE: .LINE OF THE BEST,SeWfestEast- : Via Montgomery and Louisville.l' & Nashville" ; ,- .

,!'* are ti'DDmbMoof01lp.ble >and honor : INSURANCE, .* .. or Vla.."Ditl Flyer n ute" and Atlanta. ,- )
;ate and a good many pa I !" '
_....Iotl'newspapers", able and conscientious cltitensr'who I To \t l Via.SaVanJtah. ) & Ocean Steamship 1 IJ
contend that. the drainage of the I New Yorkv Philadelphia and Bostin. via .Norfolk: .
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.' JTvetvlade I Ie impracticable. but If WHISKEY, WINES AND, BEER. the .N j 8t aw to New York: Washington and B.ltlmore, 'II -
'practicable; us. wholly unnecessary via Savannah and Merchan and Miner Tr.n-.popa .
and not worth tb.ooat.. T..M. 'RIVERS' M. ,v.Pdysictar : .. pr ; Via Steamship. t'sura co.. for Baltimore. and Philadelphia., ,, ; t
t 'A diiioent study' of the tone* of argument aad D.rg.oe.WITH West "
Key )
- adduced by both parties the KI88IMMEB DRUG COMPARTDR. undj Via Peninsular! & Occidental Steamship .,'Ji

::controversy I la enough to obfuscate an .ONII5-0"-. ': ut .......-... R: R.. WHlitEN & GO.v Company. f t
abler paper thanthe Herald. The ,LDwssati ..... Rootrottnoerkbrit. 'n"". If..Ynrlr A. rtorl4a .. nortdaaad'w.
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> 'conclusion: ", therefore la similar the ,. \ vatted CIr.I...... rt.rtd.iJ.Iad.d Dld.lira. eclat '. .
:::' gone announced! by the old Judge, of I ? "!. Q t
'\ M"trite story'who after the lawyer on .phone 316 O. ,OrleuaOLo Pia., I Quickest Schedules ;, 11I
.. C;both aide bad finished their elaborateaddreeses. ,LESLEY ,W. 'we'EDON. Superior Service +"

1;;< . proceeded' to 'charge. the PBOIAUIST See..,n..a OD.1O, ra......eMsd.lea.te., coamrt 1h.... tws.atraa 'I'{ :
'l ..;... 3.w.caaa .rp1e.P0J4 or wBa,
'ary after this manners BYE NOSE AND Tb4ROAT.tb'rivate 5 ,41'.v. :
: A;:/'Gentlemen If you believe. ,the attoreer Hospital, American .National JOHN. :B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, r..C..'WHITE' ,PAIL' .Tamp.. Fla, ... J.d.YIRLANS: Ulr' P........ : '.> '
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.;:: for the plaiotlfr, ;you .will'. l find ; Bank Bid'C.Tampa; Fla.PA. ., POUR COU....AMB*IVB)TBCBMICAL. .se.., .... teas! ,...Ae1. '.1rU ml.plq.1f. t. W.J. CR4JO." e116t,1 let( ,
r Paw
j; tor the pl.i t.ur. If, however yoube- r Trallle Ma. tf
: Jlete the attorney for the defendant; <" DaCAND'FLORWA.AFFILIATED '' 1 '
IOU will God for him;' but if .you are .. . WITH.THB'U..IVERSITY. OF .CHICAGO.. : '' /' ,r t
,a like< me and doat believe either one of .VANS AONEW, . Always Remember the .FuII''N' ..'
them. the Lord only knows. what you .' : {COLLB.B O. LIBBRa,AUS,...;............. aNu....:...,tb..t1.I .'Bta: : '
:1 .. do.!* ' w'...da....... W tr......,...Lib_ ad au-.e., 8M W ;-r sta... !

i' 'It, I rjwill:'"'01',Tboee II.oc.e who fur the believe 41'.ID.&meodmnt.Oov. Browned.; -- I I(AND ATToitNEv. NOTARY.AT..LA.PUBLIC.;.,, .... I I:1SSIMMI 1- "*"cOLtB,B .P LAW-O"d.t.Coboon..i..i' : ..... pntftle' *'lew U flotVU wfi ,utToLLB ': laxative RromoCores "' Quiini ,\: '.1

>, those who believe the opposition will J FLAI Ynsl ,
r l von against, It,. but thoae whoare with
: tits. Herald .UI 1 vole for Sparkman ... . .. i iI I "COLLBBB Bb.rttiU.Lndd..dly..wANe.'i1.tlw..v.Yab.rd.w.t..r.' ' .i.:, ....., by b..t....tlnd._.I *;CoW in One Day .,I
a sad Blllle Oooker. and then. take to I 1 4ewlhwlty- Grip Ii & :tI'V.te. '
f- .... wood. : \ Bt ABA to.Y ACADSY0rdrt..pm"sa.d_sstw. .Borreed.1'.,.....,,,.: 00nIeII ';;.'' .''ic.
'l'laat.be'bees advice we' ran, 61vetO L'7VINNraT.tos.x.xry.O..ow.' ,, ........ cw-:: ....all ___c.u.- : ; {
: A.D cM0CM.8m..a.._ is Ice Meow. .Z
NORMAL .0"L P.6..rr.aad
'f'n&en. &adrU.,1 that no ,on* teaser ..- I.y.p t+..1_ ........__"" __Prow'ton ru61M....al_.6..n.NUa1C J
.111 eaarge that w.nave been 'bought. 8QIOO&o4 tIUII .... my a ...... .--. !rs.n6s .......... Inc tI.Itr.T ", 1 1v'
a4 paid for the it:D.ty'' ; aatltfactory- ' i , '. )A. sc'tlBUo i.;....:.... c.&Ir............-....: -- \'. 1, ;4
ms Sorloualv way ,., ......_r ... ..... .v' "
doe U.I.w.l4fB.a.
i.0.' teach. a Just 00..111.101I 1* to take a ___i.f i.-. _. sM1'.M.Yew...t. y.e.N... .rM..ath,en.0aJ-w.W ....Tba... .-..-. ..... ........ Has Stood The Test !v'tS 1
]: Mvil ..'jake..' thorough: Onrt.w.M. U.1.wkyy..1 1..u.p.s........ .. .I..4t1 .. 1..!'.' _.-._I 1. betw. : 25 r. i ; IL4
; BpMiiaal lospecU of the BTdrEladw., f .. .w.w..r., 1.ww 6'..sat_4..-t;--.S ewwae.Ir4.ea. .............._ ........ub.ey. d nor i&0eii ... L4 '4
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i )K18 InfoeVa116LG8z6Ue 'homuson'a.1 All kinds, of' ''plosur' '' )mouldingV- .. ** MrVjoe, : .vVbodardl: of J9artow vl.,hbd'btI :''he''' Opeul f'of': te :'.. ,".':t.,

.. ': .iathst.het,. glle' week.1" ; Mote, 'WE HAVE
'TBTLKCHONM NO. 1 1JEVHRY" 1. 'Supt. W J. Sears made badness MoClellan 1" ': TV. grMdSpeolngthestisAhiaaie. ; :. JUT DECEIVED ;A SOLID CAK LOAD OFWINCHESTER .
visit. Orlando last Mr. Oettls came la' town skating rink last ;:
.tt urda1.\\ : Monday nlsrbt drew
io
t1BLIIUtEJ HI ; from Whlttler. '
buslnens.TlMskatiDg
f PAY.BY Moodayon alaI' crowd of'
t line ,( both skaters: and
s 'Nice of. picture ''
'moulding) 'andmats
V ,
lust arrived. J* rink and' 'tb*" bowling sprotator and was a most gratifying
W. tot"Pis. w. Tbbmo.on.Arri -,
alley are now the most// oopular" resorts success to 'the proprietors* ,H..,r*., .
ad yesterday, nlpe llnno'f-P; t ..t.r in town, Graves ft'Jdorrlsoo.: .. .* ,

Official' Weather' tport.TMVMOAV ,Pan Collars,;'Tie* A Plata" tfelt) at. Mrs: May L, Willis and niece Lev. 'On .the afternoon. train from Orlsedo -

19aaA. 7srrauvra...wn' ......' Kati's.Coon. nora Fortner went down to 'Uartow came about seventy-five, devotees-
........ w..n'La\ visit the rink tO elves ManAiral,' Mor....... -...
\ .hpl.. your do the. run Monday to relatives. ;;.. -- .
good send
off
I nlng. \ and toshow the Klsklmmee . '.' .1 I 1.
,/ Miss Futch one of the new 'teacher people,ho Lrtes .*... I 'main* ,Kissnouon: DRUG COMPANY, > of the High School arrived yesterday' were all aplenilid skaters, and'glided

I CapU U. G, Conova and family, returned and is stopping at the.Park.Hotel.: ,. O'Yer.II.\ floor//or the new rink with an

... \" ,1''I.. ease and gracefulness! that -tempted
.n r v Monday from Asheville, and Try the new barber shop'* Every Loa4diSheii4nd-!
latorAay..!..:,... :1: .1: other mountain resorts, where they thing new and up-to-date. Sharp Ifaiitaiion. by the spectators who grad .
.......
fell\
r. ually In line ,
jkaodaj bad,been sbending the past month .a&oroleaD towels one by on. until there,
[cads ..w ..... tit >> on, Srst-class service
Ldar....-,..,., r lM 71W a, pleasure trip. '. i ; was quite a number of Kisslmnwe. teo .
deader . .. ) pie on lobe floor.,
, rnur.da..i,.. to, 78. All white dress' skirts reduced In Get your school supplies theKIsslmmee They-found, however, that it la not 'Cartridges', : ': f;:
,.
price at Kal.& .. Drug Co. Full .Hbe of tab so easy.to skate. as It looks, and many .; Mf

WVU V \Ntu2ILP:4. Miss 'Starbuok, of Orlando, who let, alaLe",.peDCI pens.ec.o.. hard bumps were rlYt'b.t.b.' new : .
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came beginners during the evening. 4ac.d
down ..ttend'the '
Our rates for Inception of Advertise of the 'skatlcg to rink 'Monday opening Remember we are carrying a nice I The feature of the evening was th* are prepared to fill order* at prices that wilt b* to your advantage to tofij,,

t' I meats among tbe" reading matter on night stayed and is Mrs. line Of Groceries. Block butter! on fancy and trick skating by Prof. ye. tlf Le before. ordering elsewhere. W. can s.rii ..... K-t._. .k-._ ...._.._.._.__
{ I this pair Is ten oents per line each InIsertlon. Morrison, at the over Tobopekaliga.visiting; toe a specialty, CITY BAKKBY.: NpWbr-- ,whn'.. -M-- ftAM'.. "." _.._, or Jsokoontllle. State! your needs and we win"givs -you- the price*!."'''Good. '

to . home on wheels, and exhibited-.J a ver sad; for.,Immediateor future ,delivery, Tryuland' for yourselves.. : ..
Stanford has '''Lbe"elle.t.' line of 'Our and lOo counters are full of big satility ta the\ art of skating never be NEVER SNOW c "
oorset In Ktsslnmeev 1 value. Come and inspect them. fore witnessed by our people rOD WHAT YOU ;.

The Be'v, Dald D. Kidd will hold I Bargain StoreIf Abdul ten o'clock Newelra" ,,Or "" '

services at the Kplgoopal Church on you hue -ao 'Tsundry to send chestra of Orlando, which had been w', '
THE LOCAL HELD. engaged for the. ,
Sunday next, Morning p..aye..Le..moaaDd away?) and want it "done UD" in good occasion\ by the, management 4
4 Holy Commission at 10. 3V Child- shape, phone the City Bakery retired front the rink to the '
opera house, and' it
pens service at 3.30. Evening was announced:
prayer
and sermon at....39.G..a. Our/line/ of School Shoes for boys that those who preferreddancing. to K/SSIMMEE: FIARIDA'y'
and girls is now complete. Call aud skating could follow the orchestraoa . ,...
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5- -' -
Wade, the Tuber, Orlando. tf .. bargalp in willow chalrs a' see them at Stanford'sIf .- -.-."lp- con llgBf fao aIlLlo" to their .. '_,4' _
Thompson's. heart's content. This invitation :sa..w..*.... 4t : New' line of mould loR"* at Fouotsln's.White you Vnow. an Item of news don't was : thermometer this week and
Mr. W. J. McCracken sold fifteenof fall t.O.11 us up or send it in. We accepted by quit. a large'number of ) at Whittier till some of our citizens oomplalp ,as
iValh
both Neighbors
.' Star Laundry-CfTY BAKERY!: his horses to Mr. E. E. Gone of want all {be news. Orlando and Klsgimrnee"people, bitterly! all'when it was in \b.80'.. '
k. Tampa, one day last week. These and the remainder of the evening till a Reported Each Week by O.: I I.,' C. .1 Our old comrade R. W. Simmons
Men two piece summer suit at. re- horses will be snipped to Cuba, and Ninety.five oases of our fall stock of the midnight train arrl.edll'a.. given was In town last. Monday' !b* report' '
['''duoed prices at. Kale. -j. sold to the government, to be used la. i,Shoes have arrived and are ready for. : over to the seductive enjoyment. of the :a.rlNt+M +.+...e..e.+h.+ew ..+ ..+eM the health of his community a'* being's s

Roosevelt operations against the revolutionary inspection. STANFORD.Mr dreamy waltz 'and festive two-step.. ''Whlitter and ILl people '.....' IUIGemeralnlr generally good, his wife has been, "

ikl Have Maklnaon'you Men".the. .-.- --tablets. ._ forces.. - - - Jr-C. -GrU&oha*' -locepted; a.pcIplt.luo I Altogether able the evening was a_' most.. from a storm period which afflicted with eryslpels but was'mstfr. .r,
h.'I'I en Jo J one'throughout, and Manairer ha Improved by last report '*"
'Stanford. will sell 12 ddiensfitrT with B. O. Lewis 'dc Co., of apparently Inflicted very little .
7 Mrs. ){.G.''Waring re..urned- to her buttons for 6 c.< you' ,tf Campbell to look after,their cross, tie of praise Morrison. for came the -excellent-In for: a full share i damage on plant life, and September clot Dog, the day are rapidly drawing 1.0'?, a
dog
ome In Lakoltnd uoda,. business.New'barber. which way an bas routed August-sd Is now rojoio- star aeries ceases to
Miss< Nannie,Blanlngame, the new the program for the evening log over the victory gained by giving reign" / on tbe 6th.> ,
The Cash Bargain Store is the elocution teacher of the Uljih School shop at. Patrick's: old was. ovnoeived__ and carried" out.HMHII2b U. the most. brilliant. rays of .old Hoi Another change of mall riders' on I
arrived yesierdsy'from. stand. Service by a tonsorial artist. > * place to get 'your school supplies.Slates Marshalvllle) > a- that we have witnessed In many days, ; iRojrfr*
tablet. Goa., to begin her duties with the upon conversant with all the latest fads. In 'Had a Grand'Glorious. Time. Our fault-finding': citizens are' complaining of that diversified earrlag- .
pencils, penink, Inn; of the school next Monday. Miss. bartering.'' of its warmth but then the business and Is apparently. glvltog. :: n

etc. .for school use, at ,MUlogon's." Blaslngame will board. with Hey; and, The.W. B.'Msklnson- Company has A-larjre" number of Orlandolte went same clans ,grumbled about August atlnfactlon." 1

i, Get. ready for, next' Monday: ,Call Mr V C. M. Brlt alo. Just received a solid carload of Winchester dQWII i to Klsslmmee yesterday afternoon rain so there you have them all sited Tbe rlarcb'aod'John are staying.. ,
and see our school supplies. W. B. Stanford'will sell\ 20 .. loaded bells. See adv. in to attend the opening of the\ new up accord lOll to merit''.' by their corn apd bay,', -
Maklnsnn Co. for$1.00. you .14 gingham another column. skating rink as well a* to '.nln* .h.. :Mr.Joe "Ullam.left.. on Thursday The pole book and )Uoe' brigade-. <
Lire U hospitality of Mr, G.:: U. Morrison; accompanied by our m* chant veteranA. were In fore during the pastweek,. but y.
..4 Mr. W. 8. Graham. of Oak;; A note from-Mr, C. W? Ward, wbo Mr. B. S. Avant and family left to manager of the Orlando opera house' C. Dan for the peaceful realms of If they caught anything more than a,
arrived in town Tuesday on a visit to has been spending the summer at day for Wtlterboro. S.C., to spend It is impossible for the Reporter-Star. Klssimmee societytbe former to attend . shower or two 'I' have, not beard ;,1 Us,,
j' .hi* mother. Bound Brook N. "J., informs us awhile y4.itlogrelatlves.. and ,.lend. to give anything like a full account of I county! commissioners' court. and boasted of.Kealestateto. ' ', '

>, Dont pay ten' cents for the same that he wall return' to Klssimmee about Walierboro. is their old -home., this grand blow out., owing to the fatl.ore the latter to visit his, good friend,' I Whittles. tn the ab-V It
j' article as we sell for five -cents at. the Oct... 1st. H.fr4ayg bejhas/ no u.e i for ''Mr. J. 'M. Walker and' Mrs; R.' P. of our local scribe to' participate,.l!. Dr* Rivers for medical treatment few gence of railroad' Item nan tie obts.lnr
(:, Bargain Store. ; that country up there after the leaves Jordan, both of whom have beet On account of the 'delay. in getting. oases t have been.taken charge of and ed at' normal prices. Seaboard ,Air?' 1:
: begin to fall. for some days carried toOrlando All off.' thebcpp party did not,, reach conducted with. such skill and management Line took(; at. par with' but.'few ex-r. : '
the were '
GeOrge 8aundersame. up on Lake Tohopekalfga' In time to see the a* .that of citizen: Bass it was change :. _: .
Steamer Lillte last Friday, and spent A Rood time to save money by' buying Wednesday for treatmenLHepresenatlve'A Ktsnirotnee baseball boys wallop the undoubtedly the most critical ..urvlv- Underpin' : Impression., tbat" oantycommlsl6ners -' .

" a few days In town. figured while goods.at! Kat.& 1. I E. Donegan''Supt, Arcadians to the tune of 15 to 2.' lOll case our section has known J In court and! school board

Brine a niokle and get a oomlo supplement A meeting the patrons and friends VV...,Sears'and Siier' Iff-J. M. Walkerwere A heavy down pour of raiD as* the year and our people believe the will furnish material for ,extra space ,
tablet with sketches for palo..- oftheOMOeola Hitch School will be prominent Ktsslmmee visitors ,to train reached Klsslmme made' It Doctor to be a skillful physician.The will" not bother you with, n,y, latest. ''''I
ing. W. B. Maklnson Co. hold at the Auditorium' in theschool Orlando yesterday; '> tibcesattry tOi call off the well planned general health of the community effusion on'matters. : connected ,with, .r
, building this to welcome excursion on "the lake is all that could be good and welfare, '
,
evening the I Mr.'M. D. Tlndair however' In desired no sick
I Mr. Sam HawfI.left. for his home t at. teachers of the High School. An in- the'visitors from and family Narcoossee! wereamong '' .CI'" of these obstacle*,Manager Mor- net of any, kind' at. present. on the .C.. ,t'.',C.. <1i("
:Maoeu. Ky.. on Monday after a pleasant '
,' who .
visit here with George StefTee.. ternitlng program ha been 'arrangedand who' attended the Labor Day festivitiesof VI.._L *____ _pever'._ _uoo.does things_ b." record., 'WANTED: by' Chicago wholesale'\
body Is Invited UOITCII, KBTV our Our school I progressing and in
1 every to attend. the Carpenter's Union r, people a good time, / and mall order house. ,
returned home 'and many days will before splendid shape Dr. Hubbard assltant' man-v
Pfann
Mlsa Marietta pass this ,
lLot'k'Rardea patronsand.
1 t from Georgia where the had been Fresh and flower seeds. Mr. Bob O'eebam', ; Jb printer,, for memorable occasion will be forgotten 'students are apparently well and ernian or woman. ) for this' ''. county'
the
:Jtyondlng the summer, ,, last. Saturday, at Klssimmee Drug Cov the Polk County Record of Bartow.spent by the participants. pleased with each other, .the' Doctor and adjoining4erritory'Salary ,WO'i, ,
,
Cspt'. 'J..,. C. Bass Whittier came a few days here this ,week with After the .ka. lni.;a number of"Or set lo at. the start with.adeterminationto xpenes paid" weekly; .xPf'1U8"
s Come and '''Inspect our falL. goods up 6u the Steamer Lillie 1 Friday to his friend I..' Overbay, of .this Of- lando gallants" started to see some be master and our bad boys soon lion money advanced Work pleasant; pogI-I '
before buyjng else where.- floe, of the Klsslmmee discovered permanent. No In vestment or*xper i.
see Of. Illvers'returning home Tue. young ladies to their this fact and found out In08' '
CASH BARGAIN. STORK': day Capt. Bass's respective homes but. alas the that industry the required. Spare l: lnie'valnsble/,
many friend Mr.,W. H. Smith bas been receiving ; whistle .Itj motto adopted Wrlteat once for full
Most ellleWpierreturnedyest..racy a", very glad to know that he- Is and opening' up- Irood. .for. his new. of the engine recalled them t.o. this by the Profe.IICIJ'.od\ -. that the only coself-adresed) particulars. ass e.-.
envelop Address.
s Harping froma' short .1.1t.-to.;, her till Improving and hope'ere long store this week. 'WIII McLaughlin. isis world of tears and they all left their way to remain out of trouble ,was to ,OENEnALMANAGKB.! ,'
> >c:
trWJd, Miss Lasel Lewi -at. Camp to see bin enjoy Ing his 'usual good arranging the q.ock.nd will be Incharge. girls' standing- disconsolate on the heartily endorse said motto, and like 8t, 'p.tli Lakbi' Y
ban'. *- health.. I . sidewalk while they madea'.pri'. t. far tbe tame bears In tbs show they decided Chloagoy't";: ; 20:l" c. 4
"' the deDOReport.e..S..I'. .. that- obedlance was an essential '
All r,4. Stood the Test as rarr
The doctors report Klgglmmee digtrstsingly kinds of picturesramod roder ,
wbich'roaldsave trouble' Miss '
The Junior KUtimmee baseball Carrie
healthy just now la fact j at,Thompson's. team left this morning for Orlando to About 25 Per Cent: Increase. bas exercised ber usual judgement. The Chill old,'orttflnar''Grove'sTatt'tiwisr': ?" '
they say there I. nothing doing. In, Mr. lo the care .of her depa and Tonic You know' wbM lUll tu..'
R. O. Bowden roens
,-who was former.13r try conclusions with .the Orlando second '
taking II 1
their line. telegraph for the Town Tax Assessor, E. 'G,. Vane gives the same. universal satisfaction ; Iron abd. qvlfetfc. ta *>
operator A. C. L. nine on the diamond in that . astelas
ne..1. T. Reaves an3 daughter at this place but. who bas been (n this I afternoon.; city Agnew' has completed assessment, as of 10.... ; fOrm.fQ ,our*.- M>L.|..pee_ flee

,Miss,, Lizzie, went up to Winter Garden alabamsforthepast year; sMr. roll and it will be presented to the. Thus far oranges-have,. not ..bed.ded , ,
... d: .WIlderb.sbeen council
TuettlAT to spend a few days with over here a few days this .. stop J. employed next Wednesday night. I to'any: kerlout. extent nor bavsthe
br Mr. A. S. Beat-den to, look after -Mr. Vans Agnew hadone, ,
-.latJn" : '"" 7' way to Lakeland yherc be goes to a trre.1 trees.been infested ,by insects. *Vndif
: ( bis tine .oranjCa.llro'e at Campbell deal of bard work in making his f >-TIII: .
lake a tNppn'I,. pet" 1011' ,.Ilb tbel I up present promt are.fulnlled.a, jam
Quite faum&f of. KisImtneeltes"went .am. rued '" ,, and will move ther. 'and' bein 'bis roll abd.it I Is probably tbe most coin I crop rely be .......&The '
I'' . I, ,'t;. dutiol iq '' plate a* well'\' a* the .. ,
ui> to Orlando Tuesday to witness V'I' iyfgw dys. . most urrto I" asessment g.lberlnK it at ,.. ti. .. 't :.
the game Of ball between\ Arcadia and Need line $3.b0 and $4.00 ,Quetrn fr. A.:: W. Carter + from ol !town propertythat' hat der of ** day sad) m*,.*rlfay .wfcils. ;
the locals of that city.Mr. Quality, Boot lust. arrived at tt.&n.'Qrll came "up bean made in several rears; the. sun shines i*In order. ;J ,:
Tampa lastSaturday night to ac
.. Ha firstatad. of all the' '
maps addi Our democratic rooster was little
T. Vt.'. Ellis end family returned coonpaD1Mr.. Carter and the' baby tions tto< T"dIvUlon of the discouraged ; '
town WHAT
and lately by one of his wives .WE PO. Fo r"YUU. 'k
Monday from their summer outing ...I.AMhe.UI . City Treasurer Ben HlotoS left last home.' They returned home on, the then went. around and located each siuitagon thirteen and batched.six / /

*, N. C., and other resorts... night for a visit to New York: City. evening trala. : Sunday piece) t>f property personally, seeing roosters and two eggs female;,with the. '__ " >*. ,i' "' 1 ,

'They report. a very.enjoyable. tripvr-. This will be the treasurer's first. visitto .The skating rink Is proving .a popular that all were ]just. and equally! 'assess present average decrease in the 'tad We carry,, the' largest''and

Everything that a, school boy or the great' metropolis,, and be willarrive place of amusement. these afternoons ed. -r' pole supply he can't see' bow -be 14going most varied stock''of our ttM
In 'time to .
belp'recel.MI'
.
and and the The following are the total value; 'cbantllerslMoonlight *
evenings of to to men
aklnson's.TheOrlandoskaters sops support .In town. ;AWe
M ;'
girl.needs at Bryan and it Is fate hi say that Mr. tions which will be ,: ;
presented
to the ana ultoe _
people arealready nights
young becomingquite mos' '
i :E; Ml
Hlnton will han The time of his life
-.took the rink . .- council: .
Late
proficient In theist.W.regreitochronlolethe been so badly mixed lately,, that carTy'noae."but the.' (
by storm Monday night and showed Mlsmi Record. RealEstate. . ., '. ., . '2 2030.00 the pleasures of the former have not freshest .'
theKislmmee people what they will be Dwelling for rent, apply to M. Til: death of Railroads and Telegraph. ... 82416.00 been properly appreciated Gnn. In and pur.. .. =.. of- drugeatalltlmes. i

able to do after they. have. practiced, a the and even months old daughter of ,'Mr; Persoual---------. ,'o. ., "f( 201875 00 limited numbers keep tbe ..el'&lI'eoltl.. ., ...
Mrs. Aaron
while. ler.Tbi Bronson which' oo- ten busy during a portion of the day.hOur .
) many friends here of Mr. and cured Tuesday evening' at about. 7 o- Total: .1 .i...,,. ?. .', . . . '. 480320,00: .old Durham Hancock Your prescriptions are flllM, ::
,. *J-Seo the new line of Peter Pan'' Coly I. Mr*. C, G. Hesse of' Deland were clock., Tbe remains were Interred at The total assessments for last year suffering from bodily ills recently by a Graduate' in .Pharmacy o ,

rs, Ties &, Plaid Belts' at Kat. .; pleased to meet them again Mondaynight Itoaehjllcemetery Sunday .afternoon was 3'72,01900, .which shows, an increase . latest. reports however indicate) .. besides five years'actual ''experience ;' aw

'' About seventy-five Orla'ndoitea I and Tuesday.- ,They came downto of nearly 25 percent In the aggregate .that the old gentleman,,is much.better;; / ' .**>
came down Monday evening to atindtt attend the grand'opening of the This Is to notify my customers thatI .. wealth' of 'the town In one Lee Bass continues to improve In .. !II' 'f.-I,' .

.J, Ute grand opening of the Klssimmeeskating returning : and ball Monday night, have returned and am again .at1 my vear. health and to increase in favor with Doesn't this,, mean tome"'thing' ., .". '"
rink and. the ball at the. operabouse home Tuesday .While here place in NorthKUslminee. ready toreceive tbs belles: that gentleman its somewhat ... '
_
they were' guest of the Toho kallia. all orders for cleaning, dyeing" High, School,openl r. b4; to suit but present appearances . t'w.....,.'..... .

'See Stanford's 'Dew' \line of umbrellas New line' Ladles Dorothy; Dodd and pressing clothes. All orders' will.. Don't forget' that the Blab School seem to indicate that. ,'' he, will- .We carry sufficient help' to! "

Shots lust arrived at Dunn*., receive prompt attention.. open next Monday,'and it will be to meet bit fate. after a time. deliver your,packages' within .Y

'' Fall and" winter Dry Goods Lt.f SPRJO FLEMING.' the advantage of all'pupils' wbo el. Miss Beulalt is queen of the Empor a few moments after the pur=: '"
.
l "l : of Atlanta now ium and the absence of her Joe
< Yl\1T. "Wblt. nll arriving at'Dann's.. .I want. to prohibit any person orpertobt pent to attend" .this term to "be on hand during "chase. This 'Ia. not.: idle .r.
data for : I doe the honors of the business depart.meet
here gathering .. ) .the
b' yesterday from selling any cow .or cattle at opening so that they 'caD be "or
% write. up.of Klsslmmee which will\t Supt W. J.'Bears hag heeD engaged\ In the 72 brand, without my Inspection nroperly classified. Supk Sears and with her accustomed ease and boasting: but we' want your

Appear lu the next. Issue of the Valley since Tuesday holding' he H gular fall or m* )lawful agent., or In the Board of Public Instruction' Mire grace Miss Beulab can come Dearerdeding "Mxuiness' and we know, ,we' ;

t...... te.' examination for tsacbw In the courtroom other brands MloDglng\ to the :said. exercised\ a great deal of dllllKt'l' lce In out the wants 'of a customer tan pleased:, 'ate. .

All'Summer Goods at anted! cost. atStafford's. at the court lr \1te.. There are R.. B., Sa sQe. H.' B. SAVAGK.I tbs selection of teacher,. and the .in and All those wants with more goodwishes '' ,
only :four appHemtu' all for first have the dication are that. they have been than any other salesman. or .
taken a agency!! ,for FatrdeldGasolibeengtne.'and s jo- : .H1
hasImpressed t
saleswoman lo the She
county. : '
grade certificate. These are' Misses expect ,to eel.full.) souring an exceptionally .. , ;
C6ntT' Surveyor 3. W. Oliver r + Brela' Butler ;
turned *atunlvy f&ina two week Messrs. J. a, Kirton add J. B.Steffee, place In at the next two months for. .Klsslmtnee pumpIng The vtirollment this term is expected i and .that. gentleman knowledge of 'the I KISSlil ee';' Dr..' C ;o .
Whittler. neighborhood Importance of strict obedlanoe makes : "
tH6, .
muth ,
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KooJoWn Set & ,fords Nobby line ,of New. out-Ats. Cheaper and better.. than to five and six, hundred him ' -
valuable assistant
'WllhMlltie' had been road.engaged surVeytott'a'riewieounty New , windmill' See me and get estimate.. of pttftlls the, a04'wlt.b the usual cooperation. A*a m aa..ural'.III. of the recent adventures I I q [psaOtMtr.. : 'Vlf-f. :'r __4li.h .,
f t.f. G. patrons there is no reason wby \
/ P White.
c : of the Invader of hunter i ip&1"adIH
the. best Mr-. D"C:Stanford and 'famUI' returned this should not be made the most ,uo- -- "
Mrs.: 'M. _
aaoWe Key West Havana, Monday night from .month's' Mr. and 11 Pfann r*.tuy%. two important captures. are I : "
l' 'fto' Ig'ar/ on th* market. rl 'touting. portion. of the Lima a being ed Wednesday night from New.. Yo'rlc. cessfulyear school.' .. in' the history of' .the. 1 notable; Lewis Hall and Bessie Ltatevdaughter I

fi* >Usse* Alin and Eloise Moon Wa ''., spent visiting relatives in. Georgia, havingi' the summer In'Lb,' lloun- ( of Babe Lanier) aixS.*'Wll-> I m ti0,X.If.'L',: : ' ::1'I '

..d Tuesday from Fort Mere ..eK aDd the balance. in the north and east. talus state.and They ats other had re.otu',: in 'that. "Kew,; Fixtures :at' tbe Bank.I .; lie Hancock: and Miss EfennSlmmonaI f .
a :
'take their ,duties. as teacher fbI While away' Mr. Stanford combined verv nJ01abletrip were joined) 'together
lobe Blgh up School at the openiag of business' with pleasure, and purchased the results of whlo1- 'arh plainly. cashier N. B. Carson of \the .S.IBaDk. matrimony Toss result have given
stock .Ible'oll Mr Pfann. In bis increased,. took advantage of the holiday afresh Impetus- the balance 'of. the
the his fall and winter of goods.
fall term next Mdnaay. -
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r avoirdupois.\ Monday Install the new fixtures dear hunter and lobe doubling up that .... ..., ?
<' .. See those 14 and W Douglas-Men's The City Bakery, Is agent tor"' the Mr. J. Thompson completed hi. watch that Institution\ had .received a there will be between t.be tides of,September .

.; .patent.vicl shoes at.Stanforu,*;:.. White: Star. 'Laundry-the best- in the- bowling alley last week. and opened up few days befor aDd Christmas will make -pso- '

' .Prof. X-S.;' )Klrtnn & -tied'from his State, . '" for business Saturday, since which These fixtures were built especial .pie believe that we are determined to IF '' '
" borne In Georgia last l eanrday to Mon M....'(U O.. Conkllo left Monday on time the all.7'ba.n kept going 'almost for the bank; and are of quarter sawed build up a little' town of our own If DO. Ifli7 7ws .

, ; band,at the opening of "the High the noon .train for --Jacksonville: '. to conrtantly.' Bcwlliig Is splen golden oak with marble base and outside help comes In to aid us. ,, S.altb7
School next Moods Prof. Kirton Join her husband who is now holdinga did exercise, a-s well aw a fascinating the usual iron open work abov lobe L. Bass baa about 'completed his i iIfyeidtaa.a i '

will. bold th* position-. assistant responsible position with the Standard port, and Mr. Thompson will probably desks- ,There are three window*,';on* new Louse, John Balsden. and CharlieStarling ] iI
,.'''- 'principal. > OH Company that city. Mrs. fas well paid for his enterprise each! for the cashier, book-keeper and having been the chimney I is1I4ra's
Conklla's friends here. while In giving-the' people of Klsslmme a assistant. buck.keepel'ebof .wtifeta builders.: : :rile gentlemanly proprietorwas' .
many re
,;s 1 ;.. Bead quarters tor school ''supplies. grettlog. to see her leave ,Klssimmee chance to'II n joy this gam. ban marble ooao......- discovered settifig posts, for a ,ipidlk TaMelsa } .C1':

at., Dann .., hope that. she will be pleased-with. her. The many friend In this.city' of" The new fixture present ....1.. m yard fence on Saturday, but" this nnnaaal -
; \ B. B. Anltman. has purchased 'the new pomaA O./M.:Pierce who formerly clerked lo handsome and imposing eppraaoe occupation combined with a hot
entire on ,which the' Miami The store of 3. U. Cheat.bam.act John and lend a> BW air of dignity aed 1 Importance ass created a sever*spell of headache.
property DMri1l"
'second hand- mowing machine Tit boa** I* to be painted la a'+' few
,'steam' laundry Is located! He will 'Bewen! during his residence hers, will to this sfaroaig naaodal. ,l.>-
,t* make many improvements and greatly ) in good' .coad 1'\00. for sate. regret to.bear of his death which ooeurred tltutlon. _ days and a bca.'Il.I.carpet bas beenpwpoure M
8-tVG.Bdw. Co.Slttes the I< '
cheap. to grace inner part, ao
In .
wig .Kissbnme
ro.be' last
;:7- ster'enlarge. business.t.IelplaD'-Miami In-time lisoord.Q the opening of' the' sktttnsT 'blrfit. ', Mr.,Pierce was possessed Saturday' of Ukes.. ".Vie.. l ) that ptotaregss whoa allihl..,. *.s. will are completed'have.. been" a M )
rink Monday .Ia'b" 'he an-intellectuality and demeanor, '
\\1:;', *'*ten Shoes" fur'mee., noneonUr has -beeo"doing a land office management btoloesa.Three 'for blnr friend! wherever be went''H4'snd thatwon >'oai Deem ria;;'. added- to Whittler.Mr.MoCJ.lsad1Sf.,-' _, ** ,I
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: bettearsdld M Dann's. iii"" sessions ... left here NsWHoet ,,,Klslaan *.
lay, nomht/r./ %fterooon > family about a year .EdIIo !
. additional held- and 'and half Mlaml I''v.lle"Ea Dear Sir I! : ,,
'TWfbllowlng subscrlptv.iea and 'geaIaaWac .a ago.- Record., f
'' ,. yon I l ..., ...0 tOtar 3teaday school la asitemot pro
*.of. ...-doUar.aach. bav* ..beeaSJMV at each....s.lostbebath Ie pretty well ',
On Klssknso Bank avll pas and tie doing ; .1 Ja. :
Congressional filled wnh akatarsv: 1e saoratasT'ion see- "Y'Tscsr.Cotd.dOsitisp:: payaneat to.toay j apPl&rlIo' : good ? 'S

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......1M1 % her"bapP7., and 'that she had missed !
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L that state; and she bad hot>trn th R BRYAN V '

of mind enough to take to. another .
_ vocation, than the:one for which she; E,
i>- .,/" FOR HERFATHER'S lelt Jierself to be specially designed,' ., ) Doings in Florida '

'' r: and of which an unkindly fate. had Great Commoner Given.Rous- ; .' _

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--: '.,,1 time: that o( another-the heart bas, Will. 'Use Cold Storage Plan. PJsnsacbla Pirt Statistics.According .
only' room tor one Brest anguish at a
oompHed
ADDRESSED THOUSANDS records by
to
'Every county represented at 'the
time. In losing Gifford, Jane Grand 'I'
lost sill; 'and the shame of her. own coming Ute fair at Tamp will also the Fensacola custom house official*

/ birth seemed' almost unimportant In be represented ,the "great Jamestown and pujtt completed, more Teasels entered

..._ I.', pretend" of that overwhelming misfortune -, Madison' Square Garden Packed to Its ,T "-Centennlal Exposition, to. beheld the port during the month of

A. w... i'J' ;: HONOR.; Which bad laid her whole Immediate Utmost by Enthusiastic Democrats In, 1907, absolutely without coat, August than any month --prevlou. rolh' \' ,

''EDWA 1 'JjS ; ; an* personal happiness low Bryan's Views on'the-Vital' ijaues and 'thereby the state will ba advert year 1006. thenumber being 41,
Miss Lynch, who could understand Used to' the World' In magnificent/ of which 16 were foreign and 16 from
small passloi better;than great ones, of the Coming Campaign.. manner domestic 'ports. For tonnage tax "col-

"""' "" Q oox'Iex"tr: :,">Ie" ekr r>Irtrrr, le'x pronounced many eulogies over: Jane's' -, The above statement was made to lectud was greatly increased by 'the

Christian submission to her new Such a welcome a* .el4om'in' this press representative ,by .Colonel T. foreign enhances, reaching nearly $3-' ,
CUAPTEtt X 12 think it comet to this) A of a/ "
power "
when tbe gIrl Jn -
knowledge, poor
: which'we know country's history h"1 been accorded J, I*. Brown, president of'the fair as, I 000. Thirty-two vessels cleared duringthe
y Continued. nothing power reality was not so much submitting a* to a private cltlsen 'aas glen to William soctationand. chief Commissioner for month; 20 for foreign and two-tor
*'Jane :I J'0to" stronger than our wisest efforts, feeling nothing. It was when all the '
hope It won't shock
: domestic val-. '
Jennings Bryan' 'at Madison Florida to the 'Jameatown exposition, ports, carrying cargoes -
stronger than our worst "Iet.-II at
hear freshness was from her mastersorrow -
bow utterly I despaired, a min gone Square Garden New York.- Tuursdit who' It determined that Florida! shall ued i rat ,$1.77.398. )Tha reports show
work for us.always. Nature's effort
later .ot- the gospel of submission I"11'en tt; bad become so to ''
'night, In the celebration of lair! re- I be-finely represented at the'! exposition Ibo valuation of shipments to foreigncountries'
How 1 turned my heart against God, are for life, not death, and at her time, speak, part of .lerself-r-of her dally \ great
and. refused to see* wisdom er love la and not sooner, come the crisis from meat and drink--that Jane began tothInk turn front a ;)'ear'*- absence, spentIn nnd whose wonderful ability to have 'been as follows ;

'the way that lie had dealt with mel I whence we are to mend, even as 1. much of hr own fparfullv low foreign travel. nnd 'publtc-ep.Irltedneas will make this .,Austrtq $9,250. Belgium S48jm
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bope'It woa't shock you too much If Iconfess mended'as thousands yet more heavily social position. And then she found, : As, the cuest of the Commercial: possible In spite of the fact that 'France J93; 065 Germany $332,733. Italy -

the.'whole; truth about myself smitten than either you or I.. child. almost with surprise, how very scant ..Travelers' Anti-Trust League, Mr.\ the last legislature tailed'to*make an 131 f.T61, N6lberlends80,08!!, United j

?** have mended already.." the pity was tlult'llb. had felt for her Bryan waa greeted by more then SO.i, appropriation for bearing the expensesof Kingdom $686,875, Cuba $8,106.

"$hock lI ei,1t heals me!"' cried poor And seizing his bat and gloves the self.: In her cut-off existence, without 000 persons, who tilled the -gNOt exhibiting ,Argentine. $81,475. Brazil $23.666, Uru- ./ f ,

Jane, the great tears' starting In her Vicar rose to his feet, and, before Jane' husband or, children or household structure from floor ,to' upper gallery,' Colouel Brown has pralrtlrsiry:: ccraplctod quay $!J5J1QO..maklnc' a "tour.o((Sir

'eyes. "Why, sir. I have done noUilpg could thank him or-Miss Lynch way. terests, it was renlly'of so'very Htlr 'At the .same'time the streets and avenueis.o.u'laldethegarden ; alarrangementsnecessary lot''.118:911.:: ,

but, despair aver since .tnat mornlniI lay him, bad escaped from the cottage Importance whether she bad Inherited were choked having the slate 'represented aa It M

I saw. the Tennants at our door .At And late' that evening Miss Grand honor or a name of shame What hud. for"blocks: by other thousands who, I should) be before .the huntlredabt\ thou,

first I liked 'to say all the hard miser recollected that she bad' never asked she to lo ''with "the hopes and fears, stood patiently for Loirs (or tic! privilege sands who will attend the exposition, Turpsntlrw ", en..to' Meet. .

able thlnp I could, but tbel,( .few the question the solution of which bad and sweet ambitions for tbe future, of even a fleeting ..glfttic. cl .the and It U up to the counties oft Florida 'The Turpentine Operators'Association
'days I: seem to bate got'even beyond been her primary object In sending for that: alone could make such'" a heritage. distinguished visitor : to aid him In this great work. will hold Its sixth 'annual ..con F

'1 that; and I can't pray, Mr.' Follett, andI Mr. J"01lt'tt-nameI1, how many more a thing of vital t Importance When 'Mr. Bran ntered the hall The exposition will be held at-a "eoUon'1n' the Rink Auditorium, JaclCjo\
months of slow tlmo
he
consuming
misery ,
don't think want'to. pray,. or to be And so, existing rather than living, sonville, on the 11th and 12th of y
the which'already 1 hadbeen =- Klorlcfa
proceedings; when la at diet ,
eomewhat a
believed It would: take to bring her to wlrt b. i
remembered of God at all, Oh .aid months and then year (year September. .'
death. And late that evening, and begun were broughr1o----U't lU' advantage in the matter of exhibit '
was your heart. black as that Tel would have been the best one. oT '
me, for yon have.lived,. and grown human deep on Into the' night (although It wasSaturday Jane's womanhood) crept along. She porary pause, while tor eight minutes ing fruits, and other products\ This Tho.labor'-question Is regarded by
and good again,, and I shall be- an unfinished'sermon lay heard not* infrequently of Mobun, volley after volley of thunderous! will be overcome entirely however, the turpentine men as of TlUU IQlportan'c'

:<. '''lleve what you say Miss Lynch'scounsels open.upon-bls study table) two considerations through indirect channels, tiurlug these applause rolled through" the great by .an arrangement That has recently and It I la expected that this convention -

( don't touch me.' She doesn'i pressed heavily upon the years; hut he never wrote her a single building. When Chairman Tom L. been made by Colonel Brown, anil w1ll' .olve the problem to' the "'\

|pow what It Is to be sick unto deatbf'TIl. vicar oC Cbesterford's mind; first, that letter and-except a day or two at' Johnson In his introduction ot )lr, which had not' been thought of. before mutual benefit and protection of all

vicar looked earnestly Into illss Jane; Grand was'far more' beautiful Christmas, when lie came,: down to. look Bryan referred'to- -the guest of the -. operators. n. .1 l

Grand's feverish eyes; to him' In' her grief and shame and over' accounts with his steward-be evening" as "the first citizen; If noi The plan decided upon Is to movo Tly convention Is regarded, \as w one

"Jane," said be, gravely, "however sickness than she had been In all the never visited Yatton. What she beard the 'Aral official of the land-not yet the exhibits at the state fair=that I III, of the most Important ever held by

dark your state may seeW to you, I can first flush of her Joyous' youth; secondly of him was hot news of a very conk the first official," and. Mr. Bryan rose, the exhibits that are perUUaT, direct"! the association, and a larger attendance -
"
answer'for It .tbat mine was darker: that lie was himself elght-and- soling nature. Perhap'. under such the great gathering broke out In unrestrained ly to Norfolk. The railroad will convey j I I. expected not. only from tbe

1 It anything you hUe thought; seems to thirty, that all his belief In happiness, circumstances. It 1* rfiucult for any 'cheering, while the band these exhibits free of cost. At i Gcorfda-Florida', territory but from the

your conscience rebellion, be sure 1 1bave I as founded on a woman's love'hadjeen .new of the one who live to be con played Hall to the Cblef!" So touched Norfolk Colonel Crown has entered'turpentine i section west of the Alabamu -
/'" known the weight of such rebel- uprooted fifteen years before, and soling to' the one who mourns and | ,
was Mr. Bryan by the welcome thatas Into a contract with one of the largest fiver
that he, the plain, studious, eccentric;
and before
Iron'' a .hundred fold more Intensely vegetate In th@ first place!, :
stood for the to
country 'parson was the least likely theleDJruement had been broken he waiting cheers. cold storage1 warehouses' In the
:And ret I live, Jane! .live. and In a : On'r
man on earth to replace Gifford Mobun - subside his eyes filled 'with tears country for the purpose of haying to '
Jf certain restricted sense; am happy, and off a year, came word that) Mr. Mohna
'feel that my. despair at Its blackest of ,Patton..,In Jane Grand's heart.. was to be- married !in hot haste .to inearl's and .be anode narrow nervously from side be exhibited until the opening of the John P. Lynch, '' a prominent lumber -
several to aide of the platform. exposition. This will be done absolutely -
tvras bat a child's passionate outcry, daughter, a woman years manufacturer, was arrested In .
and that out of It bas risen an unchanging CHAPTER XI, older than himself, and who, eTl'n'ln' When Mf. Bryan uttered his first at the' expense of the fair commission Gainesville United '
by Deputy States
quiet teot.'whlcl11tuti When they -met. again all that had her youth, had never been the possessor words, "Mr. Chairman there was tremendous and no expense. will fall upon Marshal
Brundlx. of
on a chaige
to me only those can know who have passed between :Mr. Follett'and 'Janeat of grace or beauty, applause. the counties. peonage
cone 1p their youth through aa excess this first Interview seemed as "lie marries for rank," bought Jane. "Ladles and 'gentlemen," he continued sworn out i>y an Italian laborer

pf happiness and of misery.; .,. though it had not been-a page of brief "Birth. without love, sooner than'my ,,after three cheers for WilliamJ. 'Beard 'of Control Meets who alleges 'that :be and his

"Ton or I,, Jane, could not live out confidence by mutual, ,tacit consent paternity and such love as I could have Bryan had been called for and given The state board of control met in four associates had been'held In bondage t'

'rife as Miss Lynch does, if we, had not shut and... sealed and to be opened no given him. ; rhow. can I thank you for this Gainesville the past week in by Lynch's managers, and not
early made' shipwreck of one-half at nore. The vicar made no deeper Inquiries And It took something from the bit- I welcome home? My heart would beflint. monthly session there regular permitted to leaveTie) place Lynch

least, pf the capabilities that are in ns. than* toMlas, Grand's bodily terness of the tears with which she I Indeed, If It were, not touchedby being presentHon. .: was taken to Jacksonville, to b* arraigned -
And yet Miss Lynch Is rather a favorable strength, blended! with little' schemesof wept over her..wedding. ring to> think your 'demonstration. My bean N. P. Bryan, chairman, of Jack. before the United States com- d'k

example of what most-Jives, after his' own for recruiting the same;' of tbe years of tbe woman on whose would be ungrateful beyond. measure I uonvllle; ){on. F. K. Young of Pensa- i' mission. On preliminary bearing

maturity, must become-an uneventful, and, as far at least as Jane was con- marriage day she must put it from her ir lt ,did not !In return consecrate cola and lion A. L. Brown of JCustUs Lynch' was releasedon. his own recognlzauce. -'

monotonous sequence of tasteless, cerned,.,,they' grew again to be once breast; and that Glffordalthough) he Itself to your service." together with the secretary, Professor and has; retained former" W"

smallambltlonless events -very much more on the old terms of familiar Intercourse was going to, take a.wife, bad not forgotten -. Following are the views of )fro Bry1- :'. J. G.. Kellum of Tallah..aBee.Thqe'.was Congressman f'Bob-'l. Havla. td.defend' .. r'
Ilk* own In short! Passionless, wBlch 'had sweetened so nothing outside of-,the '
F rJ my her enough to take to his heart an upon vital Issues as set forth 111'' him. ..
commonplace natures can take such many years of the vicar's life before another love.. regular routine of, business except a

'. things la' their appointed course, and be fatal advent of Gifford Mohun and The- marriage 'was broken off-some1. his address; I few minor matters relating to the experimental -
desire nothing': beyond, the 'common-' his love.. said by the lady,others,.better informed Labor-The worklngman's life. liberty farm. An order was Issued _.Hon.-. M.. Sparkman who attended ' "

place Inevitable>U, People, who And Jane returned to comparative I fancy, by Gifford himself. Possibly his and pursuit of happiness choul.1 I announcing the positive opening of tho Bryan reception In\* New York

\: wit have the world a paradise need health and. her former employment, pride revolted at the thought of the Immense be preserved: It/Is unjust to give employers '. ''tb'.tate Institutions at Gainesville rent a telegram. to President T,. J. U

: sharp purgation before they can be and patience, and gentleness... She was superiority' of his wife's position absolute control over* employees .. '*nd Tallahassee at the proper time, Brown of the State KaJr Association,'

., brought to endure the world.as'It sal I Ii very long In feeling the slightest taste over his own; possibly bit heart Differences should! be nettled September 26. stating that he had extended an In
'
i And. tUM soul that bas arisen'ofsacY for living; and when at such by- arbitration .
once length revolted at the nearer prospect of possessing The, members of the board visited vilatton: William J. Bryan to visit
.depths as' you and I are 'taste did come, it war by slow and the face for whose ancestor tariff-Protective tariff has been and Inspected the university; ground Florida= end attend the 'state fair In , r
e C, Jane, quiet, calm monoti capricious approaches, and with very fruitful source of political corruption. '
he proposed to sacrifice himself Jane, arid buildings, and were well please Tampa during November: )Ir," Bryan y ,
the sjsjsjse of 'suffering' even long Intervals, of the old dull' .loathing., < of course, gave blm'credit'tore,th.let'tar Free v trade,optional In "Its -;r detail ; with ''thepogress. being made.',,. .Ted) replied thatjjhe, 'would/certainly! ,! aoI - rkS
wleoea., ])Ia.t tab Mr w0r4'for Hernature was sot a facile one.In. its president could'.be'mada ) .
motive. It was ,80 delightful to with: the ; :contractors have' assured the' boarsthat t!I I cept. Uie cordial Invitationr c tendered' ,,
't' tfettk-! can .expect yout capabilities for 'more common, sensuous hope that the remembrance of her prevented .the most effective weapon with which 1.by-Colonel Brown If unforeseen event '
see It In the light I do; only.let me enjoyment. It she bad cared for I Gifford from being led away to fight the trusts,, the necessary, buildings will bemeadr F !
: did not prevent his doing so. aovem-
tell bow '<.1 recovered and nature before ''her with for'the opening of the university ,
you you engagement (poor Jane!) by any unwortbler feeling Money-Mr. Bryan declares that the
:
snail tell me-a-year hence perhaps Gifford, It must baTe been because she than love; and when the new c.ue Increase at the date. advertised.The: two build- or. Broward telegraphed Mr. Bryan; i. t
unlocked for and unprecedented ,
:whether you, too. have not learned peopled It for herself with unsubstantial that his engagement was" definitely Ings' which have been under'( course similar Invitation In:: the name of the' d4
that existence 'even'as rxisteuce,.with- visions! of future sentimental hap over, her" ring was consigned more I In'the production of gold has of construction for the past eight stale of Florida, at the request of '

out any violent hope, without any espe- piness.. Sbe''cared for It with him fondly than ever to Its place of keep- enabled the democratic party to present months, and which are now-' .nearly i President Brown, and It was most gra-

-.,dal object, la not something. exceeding! Imply because she was with him; and Ing, and. Mr. Mobun exalted If possible a united front' on the money! complete, are among, the' handlOm .t clouslV received and accepted. 'by Mr. "

; sweet to posses. twilight woods or midday garden sunshine to a higher pedestal than before ,,question. ,,,, f .\0 and most modern' In the ount" and Bryan
"Ton not been assisted by formed an agreeable auxiliary, Trusts-Merciless:: war on trusts Is .. r
manycounselors
bavq
In her
regard., .a. credit to the state and the cityiyl .- ,r -" ..
child; but perhaps you or background, to one principal figure There was another report of his marriage recommended to I the 'democrats. Corruption -' 1 MM-_< # '
know enough of the nature of consolation Mr. Gilford' Mohnn.The raw air and in the following 'This time In Insurance ,comp*nlea ant A vendetta transported from Italy
to understand..me when I say that frosty: hedges of a red-November morn- the.bride was young and;rear pretty, only; -other corporations Is dwelt upon The The county commissioners .of tea- 19 'Tamp. resulted In a street duel

tile heaviest part of my chastisement lag, contrasted with firelight and cof-- daughter of a rich city merchant;;' and democrats should refuse campaign cabbla county and Baldwin county, Sunday 'Miltt'and Instant death of

cam to me through my friends,, They; fee and books< could never''' have/ : till time, beyond all possibility of contributions, from corporations. Alabama, after an examination of the I both duelist Salvatore Coiencla! a .t j l

visited me, w rote to me, Implored me, wrought any strong sense of enjoymentIn doubt- It was the .bride-elect 'herself BoclalUm..:,SoelalUm present a consistent new steel' bridge across' the Perdido reutdeul or Tampa for several year, "(

f advised me-by; ""their own accounts life| in her as In Mr Follett' She who played Glfford'false at the last- theory but does not take human river, 'which was built Jointly by the !and nil unknown Italian Just arrived! 7' '

*ibeyprayed for1' the but they very was..lIke. the, majority ot women in marrying her. own first cousin, a gen nature Into' account It would ,tw"%, n counties, at a cost, of 4,6tK), met on the street and exchanged shotswhlclures.ulted. 1t 9

'nearly; drove me mad. I ought to bow their youth-quite callous to sensational tl man in Birmingham, whose Income substitute a new disease for the disease ' have decde4! not to accept It unless In both men falling

humbly ought to make aa effort and or creature comfort; and this kind exceeded by about six times that of ; from which .we suffer. Socialism' thai eouthorn, Brldlre.companY' of Birmingham'agrees read In their tracks'within five feel ."! b

: not to be overwhelmed=: I ought to take of temperament' Is a much, harder-one, the heir of.Tatton.. ;And all who saw I must be allswereel'with argument, not to give a bond In'the of each other.' The unknown man. bad 1

a long holiday-I'ought to try to forget to be' appeased under mental suffering Gifford Mohun now declared his disgust abuse ..um. of 1,000' for a.. perlod of two Just arrived from. Italy .and no one*- 4

myself 'and my sorrows In attending ban an essentially selfish, vivid, open and disappointment to b* extremely :- I Government! by' injunc years to Indemnify the counties. should know him. Nothing Is known -of the 4trouble
closely to duties-I ought to do lay to outward and visible of Injunction- '
my every : source
genuine; and he grewvery the bridge prove defective as a'ro beyond the belief.of Cosencla's ,
thing but 'tbat. which. 'Without any consolation like :Mr. Follett's.Men '' tion-Ii in'attack upon the jury system' <
cynical Indeed, people said, on'tht sub !salt of'the contractors not' following 'that
friend!! the tragedy the i
and should be opposed. Tr.e injunction was result
will of mine, nature was all the.'tIme forget how great an advantage ject of lore- and marriage and young the terms of the contract and'specifl. ol trouble' between
slowly doing'' for herself. At last I they have over women in this respect. ladles generally; and Jane; Grand who should be. supplanted' by arbitration cation.. -Army .Engineer Tuttle, employed beture left the two men.
bethought me of'leelDa no friendsat i !too:{ one woman In fifty has the faculty bad this time laid aside her wedding to examine the beforeIt they Italy; w
aiL 1 left my letters unopened: I for loving self heartily. A 'human ring during the beat of the engage Next Issue Paramount Issue la bridge -

Defused admittance to visitors. To being. who always relishes his well- ment, hung It submissively aroupd her next presidential eampaiguwill, concern was accepted,.rePorted that the contract The first shipment .of copper 'ever tI

those rmet In my rare) walks abroad I cooked food and comforting beverage neck again on, the renewal of Mr.- Mo- trusts and'their' control. .Demo had,.aot been 'followed' through to be exported from Pcnsacola\ I was 1'

. gave absolutely no possible opportunity _a human being whose'.physical ener- bun's freedom and'told Mr. Follett she crats' motto' must be "A private mon. some error The'commissioners, .however shipped: on the,Spanl.h steamer (Oar-

'... 'Obtruding their: ''opinions on my glee prompt him every day of bis life considered it a very merciful thing the opoly Is Indefensible and intolerable:" ,, decided that It the, bridge company cla.tb. past week for LlTerpool.' The ,.

state.And. so.-lonely, and stubborn In to ride and walk, who finds seat in' bll- marriage had not taken place, for she Provision must be made to Imprison would give a bond for'a, period of shipment consisted of 1,412 pigs, 015 I !

my;. grief, tbe months wore on, and t llarda or stimulus in book,' and a tigrous knew Glfford's sense of honor,was far not merely fine, law-breaking. capital .two year to. guarantee the',.counties 280,661. 'pounds,, having ,a valuation ';
came,,to ,the.'_-flr t 'winter. of' J my .newJane" : sense of gratification la all has too delicate for him ever.to: have been ists. against loss, that It would be received. of something< over 850,000.it. 'wasshipped
Dre.J ;.? Cat 'more numerous chances of rallying .The bridge company has been notlfled.r.1 .
really'and entirely happy with, a wifeto Arblti-aUon-Mr. Bryan urges that from"the mines of' the Ten
you look tired."and'my'story: under'' affliction than',a human being whom he owed bis wealth I the United States common 'witu :neeaee' Copper company at- Isabella; '

,11 Just over. One doll November'morn- who '''cares not- for ,her' dinner, who And ,after this there were no more. all other uatlons, should, before'',declaring -' James W Linton'charged'by; .'a coroner's Tenn.. and' will be' followed by, similar Y
\ingremember>! ;If more vividly thanany'summer rinks, .water 'on principle whose '
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reports of Mohun's marrying indeed Jury"with
) war,, submit) ell, International , the; murder of a I&.hlpment..dqrlnc the coupe of tril
day In niy llfs-TI came nature i* averse to kind of bodily
every few reports of any kind about him to Impartial arbitration. young man named 'film Mason at :Bluff tbe next, few months Ts '.., '
differences .
in, a* my habit;.wa*, after my: -early xerclse.- .whose' amusement .hem- which reached ]Jane Grand's'ears.. ,' considerable
1 morning walk round my title glebes, ;tl ming and whose Intellectual capabllU Once, only i at''Chrlstmaa, when he' Eight-Hoar. Da-In. the .Interest of Springs a", i about four 'weeks'! ago; was Or the, metal ha been .sold In Bor" "

)*ad been le llbJ,' as I walked, of,that ties are probably too weak to require came'' down as s usual fe>' Patton Jot humanity, the development 9" the given preliminary hearing before land, -

i quickening of blood which',tbe;>raw any'mention at all." c twenty-four hour,*she' chanced tcT'see : home life and love of''family and the'progress Judge 'Mitchell at entury a few days ...,..... .

...reath, or.,': wtnter-,mcrptng -brng) It was not,in Jane's temperament: his face through a ago;: and' was held for trial upon the ; Shipments of clgara- 'from Tampa' ad

i.about; wtetberiwe' will or no,' within now that she had once loved, to derive aw he. was driving back to the station .'hour working day; should be universal; charge of' manslaughter.. hi.default for the week, ending ,August. 25"were
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l"\: mat.::veins. .I had', b..'' sensible alMady .It hearty nutriment from'any'other condition and she then saw that h. had altered adopted. of bond' of 3,000 he was placed ''In B.235,000.: Previously ' '
reported
of tbe'giltter-upon-tb; but--'anc1 of.existence than love. .;And love much-his sunburnt, boyish face grown .Anti-Imperialism-.. Bryan declares the Fensaloca jaiL There'were 'many for this shipments
,';.Iclcled"hedges when they; first 'received: war PMt I What remained for her but pale and'old before Its time; and;>h. United States'- experiment .in witnesses examined''during' the trail, Total shipments year for were, 1S8,'4S,009,

the glitter iflt the' rising" inn. ,.1 bad o. drift 'Into that ;Ju Ml"the lowing of.the cattle *ero. sea toward which all lives,must the lady; Sophia, or for the clty'heiresst 'declaration pf Independence, ,116 was! '''a young man'named Byrd, who year were 136.zOO.000.
The Increase' In
e misty.'. fieldsthe/ low.; chlro-t>.the tend, thai are passed without'enjoymentr the'only to shipments for this
and said a, very'Jong prayer for fiif- urges home .role I for; tII.7I1Jp1DoL., was eyewitness ,the. kill'The '
In. among tbe. leafless orchard treat the life. ''to' which 'unmarried ford as. she knelt.at her bedside thatnight .In'0 J ; year;, up'to' August 1-6. was 27,980,000 h
it when; ftesh.from'tsve'nvornlog, In- women, j the, gentle"aad' .J THJE i
: : :ONE DISCORDANT NOTE: ter-- r _
camewnla stu4yrwber": .specially seemedforced'tosncc'nmb ,
my '
;And, this" was1,the''fast i Christmaswhen. 'fi.1a season''has opened in earn.est'
Are burnt .atipoivg"and.'cbeery,7a'd Sfce". .was 7seldomympatfeat-/nm word .Mobun came down to,settle accounts ; -y"1' j BuUdI!,,' (rnechknlc| 'it"hat l"an6tt.; .. d

cop of cone' stood: re 4y'r:'"' d"xny te. never complained}.but the tone of with.,his jtfiTr**"* ;i land,th..],old Uttered. BT 6ryan'wa.Oov.rnm.ntii : : . ) ..Cedar Key, \wltbla bright out- tine'were, ; much.lncansedrecentl' .: -1 f -. 1

like Irlemtdq'! ';fa eL lCMu4yt b.r.; olcaj th"uPN..lon.! d'. face, house fell.more ail[ hore'out of repair, f ,M' bwnenhlP.ee.Riilre.de." .. . <... ilook. One-mor >;.fish business,, the_ConJolidated cause. .--
of
,from tbewaJlI: ,:) suddenly k .. dVoolt"'ot.. Jier bead, were, i quitefeotfc'w ' ' some ,the local supply. houses ')
l and weeds grew'over i) e garden where Mr; .Sri... re-espousaJ of'governtut.ul Fish wmjpanylst; ; added to : ( ir
God be"thanked-I! .h tell any one.experienced Ifl ho'and-Jane railroads Aad beea'' furnishing material' tb'a +
had-walked<<
; r during the ownership" promises'U'vnn :
ih.lIt
ioc h'dealers
t to live ana thartnls"tove Tttee! MCA that .: of;; n inaklng'fonrv .. (
things the lived wlthonfnaptrioeMaftd summer"nights of tbelr:brief .n.. .' ,; ''Uia ,democratloY.outlook ''withiomplexttl wholesaie colored ..tractor, whei'Vorked his d"il i I. ',.
more poti-nt.-tliatt; )nll tC4sbBlng' thatno\acUon"jnlbe'-dajr. &*j<'ajtMJ a n..( tbe'are' betewd .Y'Southsrn.'democraU,,re.' \ well equipped fish menIodgef, ,....ouis,fpsa'jIIoQ.Q' '1. ,.. ,(,." (
of my own;, would heal me, inspired ..eye triph.rlgttC.; ( alnt : t't pinta' .. 'the.: 1 <::. ; t beonions. tf. "
f atto.W"lt" *>> >"t ltn. to inraincKIr.ia: NeWYortt: )>,eonUao ttoby "pottos: ready:,.'to'suppry' ; naarkej taneral"stxikS ; 1)
St.' bereft and .lonely.and'wound- i' +sbt,:,'dt:on6aad t>touty .,ii. :,teI& atari?, f,much, bar'tq'It'8'" y.bins: '' a " ., '
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1a8..peeeb. bat'acn'J of th. uM '
a thic atnreu ot. fSK> ern statNlwlth'.ver7iva .,.
should ret lire agala"and'bO older.narrfcd. than'tms.tneossntsalypihn6ec8ted. with eadyi the t &*&, *** Vf* lver6tibpp'o ;'tSKpS v t;jjf' j-'.. i j.
mossy, far Bym n.t of, !
.:., '" ...... M'tbaas''tMnk'hew1fl' Mit ;:run' ( ..* Trod ota'The:oyster ean- l "
: .. J.. r women do at testy .* hiss. kit cesttiouAllyIncreasing dettta.#:'w .rr : * ..f., }11? rr. 'a'o itoltea'veal! ot,b : aa'yQ1lUe."AuDtilyvbc4es" [ not;fo, : aettivUMKvBia.aBy ) 'r.
ssnaon is over,.'and J'I tflR'esw; .Makr w aM.. :.M. :,,l r nF:. ao a eeaHased.)", .,iI amuck, .. .. .. wiajt' ". _,I' .t.J .,?.,. ,a .,.,. : l5 Ia' opr*' more- mat rid. natilb.''*. IJ '
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AflRIVAL-Of: BflYANv ,GE91G1$ 'S:, TAX 'RATE: THIEF ,t 18 'RUN, DOWNEankVVrecker THE. KIMC Of EXPORT ti

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|.J " I'\ ef,, ,( .-.T.fttJj j .iKfUl. f ram the' WOMEN WHO sun**
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Steamer Bearing fNebraaKan Rate"of/ Last, Year,.' ;. r' Stenelsnd I Is.)Is' De..Jgntfon Given, South's'Shpleby FROM

Reaches.'New/York./ '' Nabbed in' Morrocco Uncle' ,Sam, \*
:. "After'!' a conference lasting ail i:; ,the-: , -

.' forenoon, Governor Terrell and Comptroller ' , n ......,:- Tw. Sick Headache

'BY THbUSANDS( jMsairal-.> jw Wright Wedne- . '-:"" RECORD..8REAKIHG.1TR: .' DE.
GREETED ; '
FROM
CHICAGO
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TRAILED
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day axed the *a<>rgla,state .tax rate '
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SHOULD USB
at $t.lt ,on.. lMfU. ,or"4.>1 mills perdent
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; inspection ftegulatlons/Ordered' ;,8uiperilled This t. 10 cents' less on tho ,His Objective Point Was trtrayed> by Total Value .f Raw Cotton 'Bone' "-'

'by Roosevelt,yThus AI tow- $1,000 than was bed'aUt year and a Chicago Woman Whonr He Had Abroad,' fer therrirst' Time! 'in

Ira _Party to La ml .at. Once It took, hard work to get the figure i;18cor".cr American }Vleuths I History, Qoea Beyond the Four' w't

Night Conferences .Held.ynder down, LooatsdN1m. Jnv,:TanQlii'A. ,:. Hundred' Million.Marie.. [ I J
,Ot, the i.1 mills' on the: dollar} 1.7; -' tlCRBINFor
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gray skf9*, Ei t in exuberant mills are for school purposes. This ,: '.cab-ear. .m ,to the Chicago jTrllv: ."C tton' Is king la the export:record
will raise $],000,000.. .Then .17 mill of"the .fls.
spirits 'and 'bronzed'; the sdni'olmany une from Tangier, Morocco"; ,.Mradayannounces : United States" for,the -

climes. during a{year of travel, Is for the sinking fund., This will the capture: In that'. city of cal,year lust. ended.' This Is the introductory '
raise ( to oft bonds maturing . \ '
completely around the /world, yVlllSam $100,000 next: yeaFinally, pay 2.93 mills Paul' 'Gtensland, the president'knd sentence".of a statement 't Permanent Relief,

Jennings Bryan; lot[ Meb'raslta,; ,twice manager Of the-' AYe" ua Just 'Issued' by the 'department ,Off '
art for general 'purposes, Includjnj. MUwa,1tea .... ...... .. dlrecUjr'on the Liver.It- wffl cure __. A,1ft" -
the nominee ot the emocratlo party pensions.The State Bank, which closed 1U diva.: commerce and labor at, Washington..: ..... SI'SU.. MALARIA .AUB CHILLS Is lDtINIy' tree
-......' .. from :all mineral substances, and la. composed solely ofHepeeialbr
t.oi president!; bl the} United States, legislature,' recently: adojurned on August' 6. :. Continuing the statement says pojaongBS . .
WI6ti . adapted for.weak and weary
and already Indo for president made, additional appropriations ot The arrest was made' by :a representatlve -, I' The total value ot'-rawcotton,ez>, constitutlois strengthens the weakened glands and orgaa; tt ......

AS the candidate of 908, steamed! up $33<<,000 available In 1906 and 1907. of The Tribune and Assistant I ported' for the first' UIn.- crossed .the*. all derangements of the human body.1 'I

There was $105,000 appropriated last I.,<4<<.000eOO; line and t exceeded bytar '' ..t''CURED HIR"SICK'HEADACHE': ', 4
New York bay; Wed" tesday afternoon year 'and 'paid -out. 'which is not repeated State's Attorney Olsen of,Chicago," ,

?,. on_ the.. ,steamer PP< ten Irene iud In this yearappropriations, who have been on the tralot.Btens-!_ : the.value of any other article of merchandlse -' Mrs. Joels Cameron CezttraUs A......Tee
"InndH ;
Writes
received a .hearty, re eptlon from welcoming so 'that leaves a net additional sum land since august: U-:,.'.., ' _" sent out of the country Theexports'of 'lbw relief and lib pleasure 1st iiirmiiiasa RBINBgiTeasBeq ltog It to .I i

parties whlcjh went down to to'be raised' over last year of $229,* Stensland had. many ifrlends among breadstuff of all kinds ag.gated .women who suffer from lick,.,,11"-....." ?. -

quarantine 'to meet the; Incoming ve* 000. been certain. Chicago' wome-..among' whomhe but 'llSt.OOO.OOO, those of pro- W1THN 'TWt KXACH. OT 'MJL: ,,
It has ascertained that even at .
,eel and Its distinguished' passengers. tlie reduced rate dxed. Wednesday, was .accuatomed 'to spend much hulas but' $211o6o,00X( an* those ofIron J1Ity Cit... A Bottle Amid -AllBollard S.&ilH. ..$118'. .
Mr. Bryan did no /enjoy hU: usual which Is .20 below the consmutlonni money: and one of these, feeling. that and steel manufactures: .but fl>81'- .
the bnf aha had'Dot been truated by him with 000000. Snow Liniment. Co
health during 'Oyace, was
-rate ot &5 5 mills- the Increase of moro visited' : ..
lunch better on-hln'Wrrlval, and aaltJiat"he than $46,000 In property, valuationswill ,due. consideration, ,. The Tribune *The value. of the cotton exported: -
felt acre tin ,'would be able oJBce' few, days after his flight St. LouII..U.s.'A.. b
not the state about $170,000.1Thin has Increased very-rapidly daring the t. ; .
'to carry out the plafas made for him leaves about $60,000 still to,be with Information regarding 'lhe-. dtreo-** : last five ,.e:1r.: It was not until 1VO1' "
the next tev 4a '.. Tie was Uon In which he had gone Z 1
during ) raised to meet aU the state's '
appropriations that It crossed' be. 'SOOOOOoOO; line,
somewhat indefinite'
This information Ir
was I AND,
SOLO, RICO
mucb fatigued when he boarded the and rev.pen-/>s. and the governor ;
but and In a short five years'period It has
and during, he entire Investigation proved It* '
steamer voyaeeuffcred
from Indlgc stlon and severe on Increased,aud comptroller specific; taxes, general to do count this. 'probable accuracy. A' representative' grown to wore'i than $100,000,000,' or'' 'For;. Sale. at ROBERSON'ft' DRUG STORE.KiSSIMMEE .,

headache His tune s was not serious In tho same-way: douTtfo,that amountwas of The Tribune'.,was, sent !to Bute's AU.Increase of about 81 per cent. '. .
Attorney Healey,,, who, at: *that time, 1 1I *'
enough to Interft re with his work; raised last year, and It Is -considered Cause of Growth.,
however and he de< ted a large part '.there will', ( '-be no' doubt about I 'was In the east, with the Information1 'tThU growth Is due-la part to .an

of the pine ;days at\sea\ In'preparini! the"state "treasury. meeting every ob and the request- that representative. "Increase In the quantity exported: -.but l : ;

his speeches and ta! keeping up* hi. .tigntlon'an the reduced rate, and with of.tbeAtate'a attorney's office "be nom* I, In part also to. the advance la. price

.correspondence.le out the necessity o. borrowing.. mated to accompany The' .Tribune representative since. the quantity exported In DOS
was taken oflf' the, Prioress I Had It not been for the Increased cu the que'st. \ 'rra,*about 700,000,000 pounds J..ban'n ZXVEZ-: u :Et Tl B.r
The was granted'ard llr.
permission{ request *
Irene by special of President i appropriations mentioned, th'rate '| 1905, 'while the value'' was 931y
Olsen named to to Europewith
Roosevelt l :after the rest go
shortly. would have been considerably lower 000.000 more than la 190S. '
>el anchored.,ln quaramtlne. First, ne than 4.80., ;The Tribune man, It was ascertainedthat 'Tbe exportation"of manufacture .TEAMER':LILLIE BTKAMBR ROSBADA.

went?aboard two tugs\ Which had been StenIandhad'lIed from Chicago. cotton was'also larger !n' 1900 than Captain Claf'lohn.oa. Sr .C.PWI'Cal";' Johnso,1'', Jtv

chartered by ''Dr)' n'. Nebraska ORPHANS ARE' LANDED.: -on July'l, gone directly to New York In any earlier year aggregating practically Regular weekly, trips to B.... npr .-*d return. Rossada leaves'........

home folks," where he(was exultantly ,- and sailed In a steamer'of the'W<e; $3t.000U00, against $50,000,000 In ace 'Tuesday morning and arrives. Klsslmaaee,Friday ...aIa.... '

greeted and hailed. the next president . Jewish Children from Russia .Allowed ,Star .line ror'LlyerpooL! Hw,.remained '1905& and $22.600,000 In 1906.rhe Special Charter Trips to'Lake Okeso>ol>.. and Fort Mrera on.tbe:U11M. ,

He then went bard the yacht to Enter United States. In that city for two days and then growth In manufactured cotton has) Comfortable accommodation for passebcers. Rates-reasonable., ... ;:;..t
Illlnt.\ owned by his frlefad and school- took 'a steamer for.>Gibraltar,, which The 'Waterway .la Florida.
"Land Sarah Perlman; aged 34; and been quite .as striking aw 'that oC ,most picturesque
mate. Edward Oojtra of) 6t lx>uls. and twenty-eight fchCdren t "' he reached on July 87. From there raw material. ,ForvFaaaenger" and Freight' Rates apply' toCLATJOHNBON.SR.'VrsstlsSee_. . ,

where .'such well known\ democrats as '. This was the text of laconic I he took a boat for Tangier .The Tribune "Europe to, of course our principal : ; '?
.at.onal 'committteeman correspondent and Assistant Oa board UUle.H: ]flub...., FsV'
Norman B. Mack. telegram which was sent Wednesday I customer for raw cotton., The United ,u
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"In .
1>. J. State's' Attorney arrived Tangier r
teeman from New York and evening by Acting Secretary Lawrence Kingdom .took last year $177.000,000 -- -
about one hour after ne had left It ,
Caropau, national comm from -
O. .Murray of the departmentof worth, Germany $101,000,000, Franoe
Michigan were awaltlnc him. In the commerce for a trip to.the east coast of Africa.It : ... '
and labor to Acting Immigration $45.000,600. and Italy about $27.000,000. ..', .-- --...
mint Mr., Brym was taken to the was ascertained that he bad deposited .... .
Commissioner Murray at while the ether countries of Europe: aA , 1
a landing of the. Ocean liacht Club at New York. On 'the face of It, the $12.000 In a bank of Tangier and took about $82,000.000 worthy Japan r-- ;; "'
believed tha\- h.' would !
Stapleton, Staten I.1sd'where he soon .return, and Work
telegram was peculfar particularly as Is also a customer for'our' raw cot-
landed, and wa. whlrlcfl away In an the two'men'decided to await aim .,: ,
Sarah Perlman has the prefix' "Miss"attached toot, but' very Irregular In the- quantity .
automohllo to the home of, Lewis Nixon ; there A 'dllop tch printed In the second .
to her name.' '
bought, since she only buys largely"
: ,\, on the heights, cf: 'I ompklnsvllle."g The dispatch bad reference to twen.tyelght edition of The Tribune Mondaymorning of, American cotton when pricesare Compladnt.IIgasttheHabttajProlinlig'Tender' l '
Here Mi. Bryan the night,: declared that".th. arrest of
spenft Jewish who hare
children
low. relying-upon India and China '' '
the evening being devoted to a conference : TSTs Stehsland would be only a matter'ot' ,J Juveniles: .
'. been brought to country fromRussla In years' when American prices, are .
;. with hours and four bOUrI'later a special J
Intimate personalfriends ;
to be glveu homes by the high. The value of"cotton exportedto
1 and men of prominence In his United Hebrew.Societies.. Their edition w... Issued declaring'that' the .u' .
"Yaryirea.
parents Japan the'fiscal. year 1806 was, : By,
party to learn,. r 'tn'.acb case had been killed Iq fugitive was under arrest.. 'in ..ound' terms, $3,000,000': 1n'. 1908, ': '_ ."
S
Zits Bryan was accompanied by his the massacre of Jews at Klahtner.I .;- During the period Intervening'' between > S17.000.POO, and'In'' 1904 .less than $.,- " ,
wife and daughter Miss Qraoe Bryan. his flight and his ane.t'.ISten.. : J ..
\000,000..
1 'Mrs.: Bryan went with htm on the AN INVOLUNTARY'BALL NI.- '. . land has been going under-the name Good Customer. ..... ..... 'T 'waS a pleasure to' use ..',wsiay'"..... m.a .aralklg
tUlnl to M1'. Nixon's toome. MUs I of P. Olsen of Norway, 1wa.. learned China. .
and } 0.; .t' ''DecorattoA.AT with Urm ) evsot ........ asp
Bryan remained on the 'steamer. Dress before his arrest, that he had figured ."In manufactured cottons China: SaIt'ta .. 'UKaa4. .
Anchor Caught.Woman's and re or, ,eNi to thetrjqmst .. art"so.. qw".iMl11a
Nr., Brya c.ould not \dpwn'lnto) ." Carried Her High In Air. -'' on spending the'month ot October In ; t."Jr'l1rge.eu to: er. TThe.total, "I _...,.. 1PrgIM. g0s'. R, '' lot
discussion of the questions the "Canary= Islands,, and from, there '" alt oottonmaswfaoiuvM ea" ; wAki. '
a political Caught bV tie anchor of a balloon I 'lalue, ot i. : la sisw a irrrM. wMa. it
by the new.paperrwporten, and whirled 600te In tile atr'oter going to London as he. had ordered l IM' ten In the''Jecal. peer: 1W4"was.. Mbove :. Oa1.rd aRd tsd 6 11 ..... ... '

"What.I have to say of. politics at tho 'heads of' soon, spectators Mrs., ''all his mall sent to'The Metropolw .:> i Indicated.. ....OOO.euo; in 'T' a
; .thli time and with my Incomplete Roper'of Brooklyn was seriously but hotel, In that city.,from. Tangier terms; which about $30.000.000 went Mow i wEhrybodlworlili' : :; +gN." rise tins

j knowledge of affairs at hom*, will, be not fatally hurt Wednesday at the A reward' of ;6o00u( had been Offered 13 China; I-ractlcally all of the"cottongoods "' eratlon will not allow him to. work. It SUM .ao .s. for "oU-.?

C' _, 'aid tomorrow night at the MadllOa .Ulster'county fair' at Ellenvllle Y. for the arrest'of Stensland and sent to china was In the people? Their faculties maybe unimpaired.. .,their' experience. .ble, bet ;
Square 'Garden reception. Probably A professional 'woman aeronaut, since his departure from,,' Chicago, 'form ot"cloth. the total value'of cloths ''we want.new' blood":-"we''want'younger. mem.*: This 1.'.'."hustling"' age; ..

I then ,)od will find that I. sJiaU m,' who ';has been masrfng dally ascensions many detectives bad been on the hunt exporteo to,China In tbe.. year being ,'"let' .the el.ders stand astdeget. ,out go hang.. -f .

cues subjects; I have spoke. ; or6.it. at the fair grounds In a hot- ll' for him. Dispatches were received almost 1 J29.641.16i. and,of other',cotton goods Now,."I believe "in cuttlngv6ut'deadwoo' : nd' uttilic"-*<< d *d'branches, .'

c fore. ; balloon, hid just entered the car and dally from all parts of the world IJ!n.sl-L. 'The export of cotton cloths but If :we prune the top of our tree Too'much we sail have. growtk ,ot suckers) ,1

At Wednesday night's conferenceat was .abput to give the order to cutoff 'declaring that the fugitive had. been" to'Chin In the fiscal jrear.1904 exceeded at the_roots. And I would like to.know'wheaol4'age' begtea. ,: .'I.have lIMa 4-:
k the' home of Mr. Nixon wefe' May when the balloon broke loose and seen there. both in' quantity and 'ialuethose of people old at <40< and,young at 7C.' '\ .y,

or'JohnlO 1 of Cleveland:' National sailed upward with the anchor' trail 'difficult any ocber f arller year, ,the value la I have passed ,the t n-lel.r'ui.rk.u\, do better work bow'than 1 did "
4 Committeemen Campau of Ml hlgan; :ng.: Before tbf\ bystanders.could. scatter The closing of the Milwaukee 'Avenna 1908 b.tne'.bout two million dollars at 15. Then I earned a good 'salary! 'now'! have to' take-What( : I inn: get be "

I Mack, of New York and' Ba gbman the anchor caught .In ,the dressof State Hank on August, 6 probably fueatof than In 1906, and' the number cause-1 am-so old.'' t regret;to'say I 'am a good accountant and when I;lost

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I i r 'Trust1 League 'W,.odiscussed the As soon as the woman In the bal. weal It win followed by a Dumber no 'a 'purchaser ..of'jAmerlcan: .cottonsfa 'could get it, and'I am surprised' it.the: .careless..Ignorantand: worse. work;I ..;.
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plans> for Thursday night's reception, : loon 'caught-sight of Involuntary I of. suicides and Insanityf 'hdlcntby. 'the 'fact that of the bare, discovered: for l"hlch "I "get,. more .co... than "th "nka..; "'As)"to''penmanship I'
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of who spent '... ,.It, Is a lost.art.* .... ,, .. ,"
Connecticut, cloths
: .Alexander Troup fellow voyager far below at tue end Stensland lI..tS.A.; fast life, 'll.OOO.COOyards of cotton -" ?".. ? ; "
explained the program arranged for of the 'rope she at once pulled the money recklessly, speculated and em- ported In 1W, 498000.000 went to I give yon two definitions not as old as.I urns r-

Mr.,. Bryan's welcome to New Haven safety cord. The balloon, which by bezcled about $1.0OOOOO of the, bank's Chlwu. tH Ue.ab ut. 188,000.000 yard ."Hustler. One who covers a good deal of ground, makes a'-"eat"nol\' i:. :

Prissy;' night; Robert, Davis ott\ J r'sey that-time bad reached "an altitude ot money! before the crash came. More wenttt'th*"American countries south about It, and leaves his work to be corrected and finished by others, while. .le:

City, who ." "

for'',,tbe Jersey' City welcome ground a quarter! of a'mile from bank and the failure came as a crushing BilHlons to Asia other than China and Executive: : wbllity.1* ,Giving to other what you cannot do, or know n...\

Saturday evening; H. W" Walker ,of .the point of ascension. The woman blow tq the majority .of them. Oceania". how to do;, finding: all the fault with their work you can and claiming all 'i: '
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the reception committee for New struck the, ground heavily,"- aDd when The; vast'majority. of the depositorswere credit : . ," r .

I York; ':'Augustus Thomas. ,and Edward picked np .was found.to,, be unconscious wage-earners and the money DAGOE3 FIGHT,COt3TABUUARY, This is not a growl or..a"howl.' ''I take'things as f find'them-. and (ness"It
>", ,Ooltr,-all theses together With and to have sustained fracturesof they had 'In the bank represented aU I ..the -poorhouse" for meT: *&* -

Mrs.: Bryan: and Mrs Ooltra, ere. the 'shoulderankle .and jeveralfingers. that they had been able to save from, Bloody Battle' With 'Black'Hahd" .In ...

i guests. of Mr. Nlxoa. at. dinner | 1, 7 f the earnings of learaJ I Pennsylvania ''Town.
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',' In 'a bloody. battle Sunday?, evening 'lOt /'. ,:
AN EXPRESSION OP.. OPINION.i CHINA TAKES'1 WISE STEP.* at th6 Florence mlae near Punx-' .

-' AFFRAY-AT. ))4OUNES. ..., $. ,.-MEETING HH HHW sntawney;"l-a.. between foreigners and "EVERY MAN HIS' OWNDOGTORxfi': <=

'Hon. W. J,' Bryan Explains' Part.:of., -' Emperor Promulgates Edict Promising the, twenty-one members of Troop 1), : .. ; 8

His'Speech, That I. Criticized." i-r Religious, Services' Interrupted, by" Constitutional Liberty. state constabulary, In which fully 600) ferJ.

In answer to criticism-Jof that' part 'Bloody Free-for-AII Fight. The emperor" of China, has issuedan shot were fired, two: troopers ..were " .
of his speech relating to government In.a"fight at a holiness camp meeting edict promising constitutional gov. killed ant <>ne fatally wounded,,whilethree" ;.. By ., HAMILTON ;lAYERS; M.. 01'', .

.v"ownership. ot railroads, Hon W. ,J. at Wlltuer,,, Ky. 'Rlchard.Spaldlng ernment when the people are atted for ot'orperlOn.. received, bullet ,j *> ':" 4 y
Bfyan; said! "My declaration ..forIIW"\! Insulted:Miss Clara Cornman and,was 'It. The edict says:' wounds.' The murderers) were sun w ; 11OOp8ge 'i

"i' .r ernment,'ownership ''was only",the "x'prosslon -< fatally stabbed Jby .the Klrl's' ; brother. :<"Now that China has Intercourse totaled In a house and further loss olI'le A ;Illustrated Book'; oontain'ingwel?'

' of my op: lon. ,,1 tried to Newton comDl n.,. Frank', Doyle at. with all nations our' laws and political Is.fen',d. for the besieged Italians uable information, pertaining;to' diseases of 'the"":.A'

.. make that pier at.the time. I have eD&pted.to] separate the :combatants .system ha,.. become antiquated,. ;are well: '*'inpled with arms 'and. amunIUon. human ,8V8tetnf shoTvlrigiKow: to treat and 'cure'. ? .
stabbed-by '
talked wlthJanycemocrats on the and was also fatally Corn always lc"trouble.' ,
_Ur"not; and our country with the simplest of medieinbs'Thebookooli.' .
.question and do. not know,what they Dan: The ,clothing of Dr. Thomas. Therefore; it Is necessary for-1 us to The trouble began; when Sergeant. : ',,
''think.. I firmly,believe In federal con- Martin, who attempted to separate the! gather' ore\ nOwlelJg. and draw up Logan weal to Florence'to search, for tains: analysis; .courtship{ ':and tnarriage; r.;; whir' '

u'trol o{ railroads? anet' am sure time men, was slashed by Cornman. New. a new code of laws otherwise ,we Leopold Ccirlntt,' whv Is charged 'wlux, inland' management,6f children_ ; ,.'besides 'valii*. ';

u .will JI\lttty'm. In the pomtlon taken.: ton and Sherman.'coniman were. -arresXed. hall ,bo unworthy of the trust'of out shooting bit 1 brother-ln-Inw \ able pre .,".reoipea/.,. with ;a; full'' ,

ti II have. no, desire to' comment" on,what -- v forefathers and. the, people." .T' _.,..,._. complement of,.facts 1n'materia medica that'etlryone t. 55 ,

r- lOth... ba..e. said now. MINING: .,COMPANY' COLLAPSES.Receiver f NEGRO' PREACHERS. WHIPPED." . .should know. ... V;

? C IUKIS.'. .APPR. C'IATIVE." 'WATERY. CRAVE FOR EIGHT.. ,,' Ind.pend.noe-of- : BlackMan This 'most' ] Indispensabfe' adjunct :10 erwy! rweUtegwated
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r $5.000,000 .ermone on I
,t"Na/lonrfor Aid i I Is Appointed' for Largest Passenger and Freight ,Boaton I AnaeredWhltse.. household'win, Jb)) "mai1ed"pCIe1:7Jp : ; ;- i
andSympathxBecause Corporation. .
Thanks of Earthquake.. The TaylorPark Colorado. Mining company, Lake, Wlnnlp.g Wrecked.News I 'Two,negroes wewe.pnbllely.whipped, ,. I id *'t9a'ny'adclr: cgs' onreoeiat-. -:: ':of .price-' .:r SIXTY,
leather strap/'in'the streets ot :: "
TM I A Brent demonstration pas held In a Colorado ,eOr Ortltlo.| .,''eapltaUae4.t ) comes from'' Manitoba Oat'thefteamer with Miss, for attempting. 'to I hENT.t'_, "'j 'd. ,' ,, ... '"

y Santiago, Chile, Mondafr, In:Border"' ) Jto $5,000.0(0 was placed ,'In Friday.,the,. hand The t, /Pi Incess.;:th..,'"ra :'passenger preach Newton., about the" Jndepaadeaoe of,the. : / N: ( ;" :'t&TlAMTA'PUjt: $ i woUSE i ;wa 1
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'sxprvtM to foreign atlons" the,thanks ,of a ree..er..t, ;and frelghtboat'on"Lake Winnipeg ;* V 'i' ,..
receirersklp U the", of; charges ,, wrecked ,' negro.t, . ] "
result
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Georgia"
':'ot ho.ropubllc; for the sympathy and was oar attempted sermons and : .01 -i'a4'. in..ANTA.
: cred >:Both 'the, R : ..N al mads-by Clarence .R.' lUtlKhU .Howesand i
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Island Sundaralghg Captain
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ltor"f9t.$.. oo.-who?(alleged that the six members of Jle crew or par ,\
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'l&t1hQoak.TIIIrt7thovnu4.Renon.; ; and I reports that ..negro .', :. .. . "; or.
puny ft 'hOP.1eUt1'JuOl"Dt.: sengers''areknown to'have"-tieell "
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t !I'I'..:1Darc1\d.1o esco1' \anU,tbei"YI.r.t.t dtviotnaao-.. :; PrefJ1dent. orp."i' ..\; Rh' owes '-.S$13p00.s" 1 t.-o.'..., , '.u*,'..'....... drpwnelddk"! :." '*/? a::;:;" mare: -.hod i' tried; JtJ ,aaaaalinwhite'. .;:: wo-. '. '.', ".-.'_ ..... J,.. ......

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i eaIrav., a ''Noticeot t Application For*'. az: Not d/Jf Apblicatioiv; ;; 'For; 'Tu
.. cis w ate. B-.'' nr+ '

SOUTHERN ,/,the ttoM>.. 4C44,4a,4 Mtoii.t. aandMsaidt. Deed Under Section 8 ot .peed Undet Section 8 'of ANNEX St Nnrl rid(} :Fij

V. Joe sad Hiaam.arTheraky **rsd. to and. ahallrb ,(,'hspter4dtW, JLaws. of' Chapter .4888; .Lawsof : )'
QOM; .JACKSONVILLEy : *sillimllilll to the *....... JTth* State at thevnaral ,
atssUM tons bet_ Ihs lint Tuesday af- Florida Florida.

,".'0 itiid" .. \n4 returnr'' 'or.. first" Mwxisylia NsvsaabaryA. IX 1.... for h h.. rivets that'W 8.:HarwelL l lporha..r
Notice rhy
; rat eat..... Otf WAtMffMMn*} wO-WlCJ ,- ' >,,,Ice III nertby iHvjit rhafr*. .. J. 'l rknurebsset .
Thik*.s oo -.Ie *.pt.mber 113.4 and ..... 40fVer* b* .. of said '" S bit. II *d sW the vtt day of A".H1. A i l II. 1ML bar filed asld
Its 'IAt "fCI' ,( jjsneiiibla.= si t voter nit day of *y. A > W fuertlftrat oertiSaaInmys.IDeif'. and bs. ... a
"" a mesiity f tho I.'' my .lIIn. sod, has made .pi.ll- ..
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r O. "i;t"d re.' ,. .. at anr sumal slas. oallou lor tax dce't. to 1.1..1 l" aiw thence. with lion fur UK tend.. b.ie.ur In V ti 3
4 "rn: 'September I 7, 8 tken, a.ourtnof heads and oWa ahall a* a Judge Uw.. a.I ? shalt . ..... . ... ...rllaad property altial In C
elf said spurt wets lie . tad W the 0-- p-opartjt sltostwl ID Osoooia ooontf, '
,"<*od Itsak cteptwntor. 14. : artier and. annnmnil .br t*.Senate ww shall hold Ylorldabr.wldl |nii'lwo0 '; .i11: h
...!> Batt,Word Md. and e salary shall a* 1 ZI..or. <*) :Hlook "It" Patrick's I
return. 8'Jt RI
., ts' .. . 'I4U'oh."oI..U8eo."Tp.. rralmmea i |ty
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5\---: a yes p.va-
'Tlokct* on aal. Sepwmber8rV aod.l0; bed Esoambia. The ... The ,cold haul being' amivsaed at : enerally I
AtwR. September lM.fXt ] srtaSnal orart record pow'established tn Kfswnlta The slit land betaas*<.l at Iba date of the ........"01 such ortlncaM to ;
,111. ., the lusoancs 01( such mrtlHcst. In the Dam ofUnknown. U ,
*oua- -... apes Uw adoption of these '
Unlenad 1
Toronto l.otar aod ,return, : _..... . beo.ms and be the sours of record ," : .said' "*rtlnr.ta ah.II\ b.. .......m..d ewrtlllcat shall..< re l Ii
/ Unless deed will* jasu
12 'w/l ODrrilitfflolaw.tex I
(. i/J11Ma'OD' aaa. ti.ptemtter C a* herein p.-lded.nd all cAner of Such eriml- : .'
la theraouon
deal will ue .
tex
1 aal aoart of raoord hall .b* ."... .. of such eoartofrMaMI sioordlu to law. : theaMudsTorHf4 A.'D.; J', i'
J iat* ; ,steo ion to Qetw the Pith da r eI ..pt r br. A. U. 1000M'tuiereJoyoltMelalg . .1 : '
; tviutrse.nJofrlelagnetureaid 4
8.ptemWr1244' J "'* and d........*thadwuas and ......the ,, 1 tblsthr
.< anvJunMauof\ each .antU... xpirattoa of theirpnr.tMn.dd6.w -aerresnd seal aind lay of Anznat A. O. I M.fssaul i \ DBW in Orlando
: aloon '
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'J trod: oIAII&D.III08. ( . K. L. : ,
114.35 Atlanta ,G.." and "t- m.'I f.auJ R. I. Ir.8LtlY': '('1... .... .
"J ,1Tloket.'on' sale t September 12,' '13..19 Setia 4UvTh: said court and.Dodge hall have Clerk Circuit' nrtBvW Osoot l. (.' ''''
I
p.bmivo ordinal Jurisdiction of all criminalasea l> <.. la Conuty. Fl'iirida.. btte/iitloii/ business
*ti < all
B. W lo '
II t ) :
; *H and 16; limit *p..mber"2A.Jt.eD.. ;:::, not capital. which shall aria In Esoambiaeou.tr. : S. J1ARWKI.L 0,11!. (
r" 'L Urn to Oo\Ober.l0. and *hall have In Eaeambls county, eon..un.nl :

;'1". '10:3o': Atlanta'. ., 0...; ..and 'return.__u_ aald eouatr.with ta*the Cireuit same Court original. and. Jurladlctloa Circuit: .. Judr.af of. Notice (If t Application For Tax ftoilco of Aoplicatlon. L tvll doe) of WI1Ist t:: y ?

VTlokeu on sale. September: 29 and: 30; all other eases and matter as tile circuit oourt Deed Section S.ofChapter ( Deea Under Section
October& and. circuit judar* of old Bounty, and. th* same under '
JimtsOdwber'7.extenstunto
; to Issns writs of nwxuunua.. Injunction Chapter 4888. all"y.r
power rtner patrons
) .:2.. qua warranto" eertiorari ........ ...-. habeas corpus 4888, Laws of "
and and ail write proper and nnnssary to the Florida. 'of Florida.WotlfiC i ; .1 ,' \
.ao. 10 Rlobroand Va.. return. '
ompwMwwrsiMof dwir jurisdiction a* th* . A ( h. hy ,rlvvli tlwt, 4. OrlJjnd6
a r ( nhenln }
: i 'Ttoa-eta on sale Ootobt'r J; limit" Octo-' cult oourt and. circuit Jude of said county except 'Nolle, ls hereby) riven' that. L H. Inure', umbaer nl Tax OertlHi-aM Nn 018. l quarters.. .
;
: 8. the powOT and. authority" to summon and empanel I purchaser ol Tax C'e"ftr"N..... X07. -T1U and illhflaf: ol June AiD.lMWbMi filed ; I f
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.
"" '10 Sao. FranolMo and' Lot An. a grad. JurF' iM,haled the nib day of"I'rllll1OO .n.. the. 4tb ea t.. la my offlo", ann bas msJ* *p| \\I. ,
.Ij7i "
Section ?. There shall he-.j.. ; ...... of said day f November. A. D. IHWt 1 has tiled sal.l. rcr.ilflraiaa .. tax deed to Issue. lo accordance. :
,. treks, one way (ecood clan>---Ticket _rtID. .... I" my once, and h..annulsf>|illratloo raft errtlncst. : e'nir.rea. the : 1 wn
on isle.! daily. September 16 to October &-...... 4rbe.irS be for sold court a pro*. for tux deed la Issue la aoordaiic with l...... srrlbod prop. .lluated.. In (..,. '
o 31 eeuUnaattorn.iy who. shall be appointed.. In/the .*.Id ocrtlncatea, .mb ... the blowing dv florid.' to-wtti, ( = : CES
Governor and. onnnrnwd 'by the Senate and who rrlt.edyruprty| situated. la OhoouU ouuulT, IAH tft NarcooKse* Fl..lea !II tp ,p.R ,
L ., m.OeJ'W..b61wo.\ V.; C., and re shall hold his. offlos for four yeara.. tils .*empnsation Floridato.wrttCertldoeteNo The Mid. "and ....11111 aamsai at .
'J Ticket tale dally to September shall b* fixed. by' law.actlon44. mbnoalnt4 Certificate the I.........*of such. otrUncat. In LON TM
turn- OD GA
AU offenses trlakl. In aald court No 71t1I..L. I. sod I-a'i l of HltmkK". end Ctikuown.Uolmaaald. .
:' 30; limit October 31. shall bs prosecuted. Upon Information: under oath eminent No. 1:11.181..11: : "N"-sir of Math- oertincafcsah.il' b fV- ,
MQ5 Chicago 111. and return. tobsfiwdby the proaocutimr attormy. but the ewe adrtltioii to tb* town of Klsslmro. PI*. rordlnir Wi I law, leaded will I.I Issue ; --- -- - .
frand Jury of the circuit oourt for said eountymay .,.h* said lard beln(r aaarsscd at the,. dace rjfIsausniwof th lOihda-of. Hl>t mhr A. D. : f "
Ticket on pale! dallll.o--September- . ,30; Indict for any'off.... triable la lla..rt ofraoord. neb rcrtllloatca! In the came of ',.. w lt ... mr offlrlal 'nature and j yi r
'. Jlrolt 00I.Obel':31., .. Upon the IIndl... of such I"J.e""nl the U. Olllau. Mh day of Au.u.t A. D. 114\ *. Ii ,
circuit judge shall commit or bs! Uw accused. for UIae.a14 orrtlflnstv shall, b* r* 1" 154.10, Ssratoir*', N. Y.. and return' trial In the court of record. which trial shall. be iH.rdlnu to law tax deed will |HS $2.0fo up .
sI '"Ia New York a1l0wlo.teo' days. upon 1"lonna'km. I' 1101.10'' 8e.mbllr., A. D ll d.- I .jy,w. S, N eR W :(
aetiont6. Th.lclark I of said court shall be Wild official and teal thistps : 4 k
: top overWkshlnKion, Rsltimor.LPhUadelpblsor'New the.......... of Eaeambia and u mr alRimtur up't
I county GIN
Tluketkon slanted by 1/1Lh/ day. of August A. l>, l 1905 ti I fj OlD''' $2.00 ,
.York.
&: .hall hold ofllc for four year, and hi.* eompoaaa .(Heal sale. d.\l1.1O'.\ September! 30; 'limit MOD .hall b* tired. .by law. .Th aharllT of BMambia 11') Clerk i roil Court .

i October 31. eounty Shell b*th* executive; officer of old Oreela ''ounty. ***** AH persona having claims acalnst. "
t 1r'' court, and hta dntie.and. feet ahall b* fixed by By W. B. HRWtU D. U! Annie L Parkw. d--,'.... of )S
other'attractive For
Many. rate la8wsvb. -.. State of Florida will
Tnamrnl... of procedure and
t
I f ui ther. Information apply to r. K. practice.. which obtain In th. circuit court of vi.county A.Guaranteed Care for Pile properly attested to th undersigned. .
IV ,McC.U.. Clty.P..Djl'e1'( and Ticket shall obtain in the court rxoord...and al' tor within the Urn prescribed. ON
Itching
blind bleeding -
protruding .
the ..... will b* forever barred and
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rooord. _t
criminal court '
FREEMAN DUtrioiiPafcaemrer law relative to :
-Agent., JAMES 108 St. a.otb....... provided .......... shall apply to and Piles.. .Druirul.ts are auihorlcud. t-o' indebted to said estate will rnak Im
i Agent, west ttay control the court of record, Change of venue mar refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall j tmment. GKO. F.

.oknallle. Fl.*. Phone 74-. .be had from th* court of record. to the circuit ',1 cUl'flln A to 14 dart. tiO. I July Administrator 1-ith.. I BOS. cf,Lao: of'Annie .
r court of another many: for th*aam_,,_ am
t -- under the law. providing; for changing the venue pas favors and
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from th* circuit court of one county to the circuit. r,

a 'NOTICE, 0,17'' ELECTION.. bon court. d...of....another........odor_ny.th*circuit.Tb. Oovomor Judnof Bwiambliieountyorof may It. BUDDED TREES ',ot f: your pat-

w' any other county to hold a. r more
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terms or parts of term of the court of rooord.civil .
Any cause in the caurt of record may Ia' ;
;Waraa. Ute .. .latu..on nnder.the ConrvtJtaittoao tried before a reforse ication la con at th* Hiaquallfl-I
? >88 .of tboStttoof Florid.did p**. of the judr.: of via court of record may b* ISLESWORTH NIIRS.E
t *CoaatkntiDn at th" Slot. 01 Florida .ml the ( circuit court of BEambla county or of ant ,
t' aam wire**rd to 'by a vote of thros-M ths oVI < other eouuyllh! the aam way and acoordlnir.. t< .
.4 1 th*BMinlMn .Uetrf.. Meh BmiMi: that Uwr the same proiri.ion.as govern aueh procoadinxa ir. CHASE &'CO:,. PROPRI1Toas.!: J. w.- no ,'
-_aid Joint HMoluttOM .... mtorad. Upon th.circuit court of Eaeambui eounty.8oetlon4T. .
rq tmlr esp.etly. JounuOfc with yes and ay.J TI..S,,_. Court of U>. SUU We will have rudy for next FaH. and Winter planting a --LER.
r? t .iau.d they did UMrmlM and diroet that shall have......Ilate JuruKliction. la all tees at la. of and Tree all .
assortment Orange Grain-fruit of
p' tlM aUl Joint R oluUon.. .ubmltted.d to vie and In equity originating u th. court of r.o.sd.end lendtnir <
. 01 th. atat*. at lh. General. lctkm in In eases of eonvlcUoa of felony la the court orgcmU > t-fea. Our trees are budded on (rood, healthy. rouvrh Lemon ,, ..
,0} N 1_borr.fite6. The elroult onrt of Eocambia counts Hour prangs: root, guaranteed free from Inseet poets of any ,lw '
Mow on. I. H CLy Crawford. Soeraterf lhaU ....". Kami appellate Jurisdiction of all mla. '
}. .'::., State 01 u..Stata 01. Florida do b.r.br' wi'". Jamoanon tried in the court of record All appeals All budded from' bearing ..reealll our groves and therefore" J'
+- ....-thai a G.n al E\aet.Igo will .be .14. la each or write of.err proaoeutod from the court name. Our facilities for growing nur erjLtstock are second \ F

i ' Monday: a Tu.dy p.xt woe dku" tM rf raoord. whether to Uw Supram* Court or Circuit DODO. nod our tree are'' as fine as money .add twenty, year.' : , .
Ant a Novwnbr. A. D. Ilpa U.. Said Court, shall .b.proaaraUd.. in th* came walnd I
...-. ......-8blll day d.am.7utbrrt'tRcrmlu.tic. aocordinvto the same........ aa govern suchonunojing. : porUuce can produce. We are makloll' suecialty thl season f
r a k'\ *. ..-....roaJeeI on of thAmandnMBUto .. from the Circuit Court to Uw.Buprom. the !amou,8 California Valencia. Late which U destined to -- -- --... _

.. propeloqt th*. OoiutltuUanThat .Court. the greatest raoney-unaker In "Florida ''Our' Valencia. buds 4 I ,

eY'h' ;. a. ..( tk*BlaM ef FTorkU.Tii, Approved Jun._. .. UOS'ABTICLK' direct from the beat bearlnirtreea lo the district' now famous 1 I
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ARncL*:IIYW.4 xrzn.- producing the bent Valencia In California.. (

Write for Prices to J. W.. HOARD Goths. Fla.. or.call and see 1 ': lo.R S'-l
th. follnwlu.. Articl XV That the following amendmant to" Article vn '
/ ,' C.,'' 1. to aariby g...... tc and shall b.. ...1Im1t.... toUM th., same .is noraby'aged to&Old Shall .b* pub :1 ,- t
o .-/ .liulonef th*BtaU at th* Oannml oloctlon, fitted to th* *lociom of th. 8laM at the *enral _. I .
Tu, tobahaUoa th*flrat Tuwday 01_tho Brat II..... .lectkm In 11".for ratlHeatKni or rejection: '
dar la Mmbr, A. D UK*", for nttOeatioa 01tlo Section Either branch. of the Lwislatnre. liT ,
a regular session 4Uwroof. may propoo"* amondnU ; ;
-a: ? ... Tli.Oorarnor. .... Oooaptrollor.;the to this Co.natia.nd Traaoanr.th* AttonMr Gourd and ledCoaml.dner.1 to br throa-flfths of all the nwmbars.......- ; """ OF
Acrloultutv. of tile Bate of JlorMa. ea to each baud such proposed.amendnwnta shall Of COMMENDATiON. '
.' and. ttair.uar..n la bmc*. are bi.broonvtttutod &>eantoradnpon their respective Journal with :,1 J ,. ,;
and doda-nawd. aa a .board of dralnatt.and OM pre and. nay and. .half be published in one *
,? .j ., ar* hwrfcr aathoHwd newspaper in each county when. a newspaper I* .. '
1. = a .ttabilah a mrtm atMiraiiw ..:r.:1J : "pabHahod.. from month tmmadiatly- preoeedins
1 ........ dlkoi and r..<, ulr 01 auoh. dimondaptha the next a-en.ral aUcttoa of **..ta"..*.. at iIES
1 aim and a*la th*Judgment of sad board which. alootioa the awn shall be aabmitiod. th. 'I'T
at ........ ..... .'" th........pandc._AnradUadrstatof a majority of the electors. voting upon the
.wllhlt .... Ftarloa. or nab part.or por- --. *-at such electio.haU adopt the "
I J' 1easof a. la .br aald board otrfralaas *asm. ahaU baeoraa a part of th* t
feats UUtuttIona
eommmt.. ions Urn Ultimo. ,and ioonn Th proposed. amendment shall beeo sS'r
to per for the .Irrigation. 01'tho landa.nr. submitted .. to enable the*hMjluis to voce OB ,..
'i r red maintain such ..alti.drdna. .1 each amendment -.0..... All amendment
I aod r.a .In ooeh will adopted.. at the election at which. this la aubmlttod ,
., nacby.. ndr..necI. or.heretofore adopted by the electors are hereby FIVEB/O FACTORIES \ >Yines441'ortA 1 i Sherries
InhlbltanU aBdttui of ,
'" I om- declared a part the Constitution' from vii date "
Of th* adoption. of th.. *aw '. '
_ ' : ,,e= ski dtalnap"t.... 1 Aaarovedttne a. ISflo..' e'Ithino 'Vi ncs J J4
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.. Tn votes east In eompllane with said.. propoasdamendnwnta. 1 L ;.
\ IUM
i '. d r = :;C and the canvass, daelaratkms.*- "I hive beet tying to get *om firm her to put lit a '!! JBnmilles

.... t tAt ionw.beand Tha' tho turns thereof.shall bs subjected.. to the urn*' re"rulations . ot four shoes, si we hive'' a hard tin* getting a Rood shoe : t Gins Rum -
Jt; 'b.ondef ""'- _... It I. .. and rtrietians as an'd'" by law In thi.tows.' I believe if you will take the matter up.! you ,
w tnHasdMlampawradtoprpa>* a hat or list for OmoralCleetions; In the atat*of Florida.In Diamond
( .of all th. alluvial or swamp and overflowed. ..uwMs testimony wbareof. I .ham hereunto aei a>v/ can: arrange with Metar*.--tc Co. to handle / r .' .
r .....' within such dramsc"dl8trlotordl. .. hand and affixed the great ass' of th., Btate of Brand" I bav. no interest! in the matter only that I want .

wr+ wv 'ttrjet and lvy therson an am eats tax not ax Florida, at Tallahamma th*Capital, this first day to bur r a rood shoe' once In a while.-.Yotl will remembthatI .
1 oMdina- ton ante por aer. par annum to b. ..... of AuP.." ..- D., 7901LB .. in and know ,
If.0. handledyour shoes when in buuncai Qusnah .
.mraalU'by aaid board of dralmureonmiarionora.and ( .) CRAWFORD... (
tfc*variou* tax aito.nr*f the varkm. evun Boeretarv of Stet.. "what IbeyerREV., WALTER GRIFFITH,
r:: ttoi auitnauod la part or Ig whoa wit i. such To'. ....WALKKK.J3hruT: Ocola eonatyvaKTaod : ..* Silvertoo, .Texts : ,.'
......... dbtrlet or dlftrint mhU_. r.ouch. flat. MOWS
or Uatesnd i enter tbCM MtJ... tax rala| "of . ld
r. the aem>" or counties In .kteh sach lands may \Cx the tuperipnty of Diamond Brand shoes be f _
_ h ,110.... the amount so Mild. by-th board. of Notice of Election. "' /
t drainage oonunissiofwrs In such manner.and. form more convincingly shown ? 'You ale just M &JUou.; : JCrcam of ;

aa mar a* proaoribed by the board of drainage 1'0 t...SherIff of OscsoU Co.ntr.ot State of Grif worth KentuckyrCarstairs .
equally
tr commlsskmers from tuiwto taw, which amount Florldai / .for flood shoes a Rev. th' and Ht is *

.haUbcsolleetedbyth. various tax collector of .Be It known that t H. Clay cr.wi";"" Sac,. them. Rye
''th*.mntteswbr. lnaueh Mora have .baa mad. instate of your Vhile.4o i insist that yourdealer supply 1 .
f tary th. Btete of Klorlda. do herebyrivanotiosthataCaneralElMrtion .-
a.otb.rt.x.areeclkcted. ..-- -with law .a Echo
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will held Spring
In. Ryo
and. par mar said amount oUo.ted.. to vii board Diamond 'Brand ShoesGeorgia ,
0CouaQ. Baa of Florida, on Tuesday Ask" dealer for "
of dr said ommlsslonersjihall your
Anax.'emtmWfon.es. -
;
1' first Monday In November Lebanon
.lave a lim superior to all othor lions upon :Innxtsuccedingthe. :' Tuesday being tha 9th day of ';,. Club Bourbon* ,.
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{ th*taxabl. lands la any aueh drainsdlstrlota to'b (
*..,........ by tax wry. forth. *cost of any.work N orOna.Repnaenatlv.ofthexdCongrrebndDItrlct "" Wilkes County Corn'
_ 'l ,,.,, ,elena undor. the provisions h reof.rdgs... prior' of Florida In th.Slxttoth Uonvrwaof theUuited 1 "" .' /AMI tJ RAN1J : :
'+Yw -to th*adopt. of this amendment, under the pro b Old II
!y t ......of an act of the Uirislatur ........ la WO. For Two Sacs u.U-tbeSuprem. Court ofhe,- oJHOfMAKUS -yest Corn [
,
SecUoa M. That the board of drain.earn- '
.- G anlastoners be and. H to authorised. to *........ tb* State of Two Fhrlda.For Railroad Comm_____ for th. StateOf I I :
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right aminont dornals .la Saw eondomnatw of Florida.. WMAA'E M H.4'/He' J'HOES THAN'
land for Uw J location of Its canals, drain, wvsea. Oi. How :
ForOnUembrof of ReproMntativM
.dike. and rassnroirs for Uw purposes aforesaid of the State Florida.' .. IN rHr 'WEt$7 ][ BARLEY
OTHER 'HOU.rE S e
I) i and. may anter upon. toJt*and UM such land. It .For County Anaar of Taus.Fr MALT:.
a ay* pandlna condemnation proceed Inn, dew .Tx 0011__. .
1 naeaasary for 1aCh! pnrpeses, and In aaosrtaininBth .For County' _..... , I 'Distilled 't' -
p *compensation. to be paid for such land or right For County 8ustqeFor . ., r especially ,fore q
Yr-
such
wa.banonttobderivdfrom drainac
A ; o L" '
Five County CommlssloaMra:1For :
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.. th medicinal I
considered by
*Jell.r
I'
I ';"ttoetios U. The Laxisbttur may provld.'for Three Maraber of UM County- 3oard." of use -
latroctbnFor
be "bemfltJ derived.br< huid Public '
tbe..rrsentof by Juatio of the Peace la and for the' follow. t F
of such dn _.. and tho alloction them. .e1
+. at riaiim llurJu ...D"trieta'vial .1 ...
of th thorafmm shall,be to the I '
p.ld
.pe1 board of protest.drainage commbalonora to b* used :by No. I. No. .. No. to No. I. Na3NoLiFee . PIt.\CTICAL WOI\!

doI..... such drains purposes., Constehl in tea *following'; Jiutic ,Dwtricts'vis Ill' TF.TILE.DTMEl47a.. CANADA MALT; .
: "
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J1aT t' -Approved. May 17. JWa.>> .Na1NaSt 1'c.tNa1. Naf.NatN4L r ;-

JtR14CLEIIIL: la testimony wharaof, I hav* bereuato set any an'd
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for y i. hand and affixed tIe great. Baal of the Bib M J I Ie other brands'ofVlal8k

b tat That SeeU n nine ft.t) Article nv. (6)( of,_ Florida,a alrTallahaie.ii th.Capital aka the .first $ \
m -Coaatltattonof.... S4t. of Flo ida b* and th. cia/01 SptRtbar-, if.SLAY cRAWFORD i. too pumoroiis !
raw I*.hereby*.......ed .. .s to road as.followa. : 'K.8J- : .- ';
c m Brrstaryof tlCota.,. to mentloni '
TiatI
h. "
< T.>. M..W+LJtER. Bbrlf Onoa Cant .
hre. -' BlectjeaS.. 11'1I..Iu7"10 '_... of th.lSapremCortBhallba . ; : -
fnurthouaand ($4000.00)dollar -- r : I
t1 *rear. Th*aalarf of each Circuit I Judge

:''shah dollua.: b*a thrM year."thousand five ausdred 513.100.00) J)>Ioti6e of Application toy :'Tax'

i That th* foraxolns-amendment' Saetfoa. 5 of +Decd. ''Under Section 8 'of .
I Article V 01 the Constitution I. her.br' aged to '' i Bottled iaon1)
,' ..... the Sam shall bed. to the.--.of ,Chapter 4$88yTr ws;ofFlorida. : ,
-, .
'the State for* provalor r >ctioa: ., th'axtisriBiiial ,
6 election of rmresentetlve* as required. . "by ,. \

-Section t ArticU XVII of tk*Constitution.Approvod -. Notice It'hereby Wca'lbat. Tb Petteway Xi- Wsstouif'
"7 May hut. 111e
t.. $1.5. v.1 Store ComiianT.: y. purchaser. of Ts. Certlfl' !

,ARTICLBXXX: :: cat.. Koa.DV.el.. 7&. IS and 77. dated the .., : .
di o( AuKuit ". D. 1MM. ba> Sled said cent .
'l lo&.tnn..dt -sU.\n mr' offlc. and hat mad application - :
% U... to rtla .
a.- '" .kbe Oatoodlu* 01 the S..tAt of F/priIj8/ nadw. for tax nerd to .lira. In aeoordsnno with l.w.Said .. : .: -.G'AL.LON': .!
Cf rtlteaa. smbrana'< the fol1ow2nK d.
to-via "adilllor7 Jepoorimea" to be aumbrst '
''! ?"' <.-ocUoat$5 cf said Article. V. b* and. the. asm I* rlMd'1kiroMrty! sltaated- io .Osmola County. r : :: ,up, .' ,
f.f kerobr urreed to and. shall .b* submitted. to the :Flotlda.to-wtt:. M .
i loetoi's. of the' tai at th.general election. to bel Oertlfoat.Na6Yembraol' t .0... la a.. conK "''f. OO
;: held on la.".... Tiuaday after th* first Monday .laN .' sw k of s* U and all a* M of .. <> of B Rand : 'Up .,
I A _. br. A, O.MDa. forraUBoation or raiecuon.j ,' all sw. <.01 MM. sot RR **x; tlTTp. 2ft 8 aee4M : o r .;.
Jt' '
4jowttt
c
BostloaSa. "Th* annual salary of(aha Jndv*of ; ,. .. ere' of".*> aD4 oas / ,$ hoolofT : : : t'rOQ.: $2.0 ) 'UP. ':
tr'% 'lejswhof) Uw Criminal. Ooarts of Rooord av*>.or ...et6Tp919W93cortf ._ r
'>l>araftortobwtabllslwdahan. . be paid quarterly. 16 embraces I. oT a.W So_ Tp' 25 ; ;; : O S IN I :.:
br th*eou.ty" when seer oonrt la eet&bI.........and It 117 EaoI.. tCertf.7tembrsee..wjof' [ ;:ROPOR'tION .

_ 5* >alll<* a.foUows< la enntlraot-tar visa tfulatlonon I swj4aeo4/Tjim" ... ...;. ....'....i prepared Lh' "3.e >. '- ,
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-toaa thoiixaad '! thousand cJoI..... ung "rt.- ,. 'Lab............and rpanbed M oS d.pghee.b, efe ..
/,ee1a aoaat>" ai .row fifi.p, ........... _'! Certf.: No.77,mbraoM. e.34 oI,ton ,J< .Sec .SI best work i..it Georgia history. Ia blrpet ceder a .4, ....-.. 1M" '
., penal vex'
"' "iiddtsnt. a eonntise'':, TPISSRqR : FJree' : : ,
g l' 4 = ''--.tJ is '' thou.. : The said Ua'd being a..... Md "*' th.>dat of ., ', , the lasnano o' luck In
the
eartlflcatM of
'' -- UnknownLY.Onr.A.r: Falmar Dam Eat. B. .Iaty Ia the .... ,.... ImsedIsI. ........ 01 this oppwtadt_ lr and wrIt.o 1 F" Co.' :
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