Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 9, 1907
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00293
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.,\"- GHMAN ROAD, and bill 'of Stanford Carson and ; . ..,..,
Grave' Company for REGULARMEET1NG
: repair court
.r'J house audience were laid until --TIIFa,,
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", fO BJ:, CONSTRUCTED. next meeting for:,further, action. f.( fT"fCITYCOQNCIL: And See

111I'I.r18 Coeo Commissioners &.ook,1, recess; Until Kissimmec, Drag Co.WfMT : '
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1:30 p. m.Reconvened. :

oeCo | County Commissioners So Dele at 1:30 p. m.< there be- Minutes of Ute Session Held by '.- .. Fr ,All Sorts, !. '
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25 ?; present full membership ,of the e t e '

at Their Meeting Last: Board county attorney .and clerk. the City,fathers ,on Tuesday '
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The+ rollowlnir applications for pen. WE DO FOR YOU. 'J ,

09 r onday.KI..tmIllM alone for services, rendered. Confeder- Night "
eraia State. were received and '' .
00 00 Fla.. August 3, '07 : tJohn Kosser Graves recommended -, 1 Klsilrumee. Fla,, Aug.; 6,, 07, We carry the largest and NEW, THINGS(; .., .", ,

90 + be Board of County Commission M. Breaker,. J... Pafrlsh, J. W. Seymour The Council met in regular. session most varied stockof our)line Gland get the .

6sa niet at 10 a. in. on the above d&t.e. Joseph Manley Gardner Ben there being present W.,J. Sears .- In town. I .
Walter jamin David McKee and Mrs. Maria ident; C.' U.Bandy, J. W. Collier. T. Fur .
,. being present Bas ,Sr., 13. Gilbert. W. Kills, C. M.. Whidden and J.K. We carry none but the r

00W Irraaa; .1. n. Bronson J.-S." Stratj -, The following petition wak pre- Gilbert., clerk. .v freshest and r New Standard' "
purest of '
drugs .
j W. U.I Godwin and J. H,Walker. sentsd'to the Board: The minutes of the last meetingswere at all times., .1" )-
n. P. A. Vans Agnew To the Honorable Board. of. County i read and approved. -
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, 30'' brney; and Arthur K. Donegan. Commissioners Osoeola County: I Reports approved.The of officers. were examinedand Your prescriptions are filled / ,
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' 60 40 qty ,clerk. The minutes" of las We'the undersigned citizens of Os- ,following bills were approvedand by a Graduate in Pharmacy FashionSheet ;

ss *Ins:, regular and 'special were cools county do hereby petition your ordered paid; besides five yeafs'actual ex- Men's' ,

honorable board to open a road from T M Murphy,-salary. u mayor.. . t'1.\ 00 .perience.. .. ,
i and approved. Kissimmee to Houchmau said road to P t''.Hodro. aalarjr..marahal. . 60 00 .
lie following communication from run parallel with A. C. U. railroad. P C Hodaea _18.. . 11 00 Doesn't this mean ,

00 # Clay Crawford Secretary of State Signed by 03 eitieens and taxpayers. J P R O Gilbert.Hodnat YLrya.fowlinc priaonaraI tl.rk., ..,.. MOO 111'1II , ; ? something x ITS A BEAUTY a \

60 read: Mr., H. C. Stanford appeared before J a Gilbert. ....In" ...."... ., . t 09 i Tallaba.' Fla.. July 19. 1907.i. the board as one of the signers of the 1 Z Kob-raon. amlarr ...... 10 OU We carry sufficient help to .

.160'.M .. E. I.* Lesley .Clerk Circuit petition to urge the board to ,take Immediate Mann. VIIf.Brown..... wltnaaa, witnaai f..*.". .. ......., .. Ml MlDmr. deliver your packages withina It illustrates the most
our Klsslmmee, Fla.. action on the above uetitton. N V Bry.u. wltnawfat.. ., . ., .... ODannia
besr He stated to the board that. ,the oiti- Jordan. wltmaM(. . ,. ... M few moments after the pur- any
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zeus of the county bad for. 'eal"beeo hubs Oavia wl f. ,. AU chase.. This is not idle
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E have this day forwarded to you Edna Blaekbum witiMaa f*. /M
!110I I! charges prepaid, certlfledfj trying to have this road ,estab Alva Walker wit_fo. .. .. M boasting,'but we want your a way that will '
express lished Kkmao ... 1-
and that if the question of the Samona. irlt-Ma / Ml
of the general laws of Florida cost of the road ih J M Walk. wltMaa t... ., . ., AO business and we know we delight you. "
deterring
Ito be published In a newspaper was : LHintr.mwitnrfr.'I.' COHow.ll Wear .
:1 board from action be believed that .. . can. please.
: 5109 Acts of 1903. Baas, wlbMM f M ,.. III :
(per Chapter W ..
the citizens of tbs oonnly where, this J .ra.alaryY.Menan. 1 00
Yours very truly, C L B.ndy. alary aldnroan, .., I 00 fAT
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H. CLAY CBAWTORD, 4Secret.ar1 road.would run and t.be. business men L.U WhUHm.>..l.r aa.... H-m.....:.....-1.<< I MlJ .. _. -
or tusslmmeeJlty' would gladly contribute W(;ollleF.IAri..Idem.ani\;; 00
of State.

00' ' ivjpon motion (duly. seconded and some. discussion towards) bulldinir aa.me.After TWKlta.MdwrTUBldMnnmB W....:.*. Cmnan Oo'*, .......WbMVtr'.I..".. '1\100 00 Kissimmee Drug Co. .
10 ) trried the Klsslmmee Valley Gazette of this matter 'the GO Outlaw. haallrvKlailmnw. ..-.'......... 4 I .
STANDARDPATTERNS ,
Cop following resolution WAS adopted: .VmJtay Ou U.. I'rlntt..ID" "
as given the ,prrintlngsof I las of Whereas UPoo'be uta... .. *......4.; 4 III Ktsslmmee( Fla,
... 07 as per rate allowed by law petition of a M J Hick, ""'It.to p"t(,.... 00 ,
i re being a number' of persons number of citizens it is determined by KtwimiM..tophon..Co. .......rent ...1' 160 MO xaooocoooooooooou
VI" ent desiring to be heard upon the board to establish a. public road HO Stanford. -fm4forjail..w' 400 !
Mrs a H Mosl.on. r.ntof council ',', 600
. "{ In assessments, the Board from Kissimmee to Louirhman a* far Stanford Carvon .... .room, a
igea, a. mdM ,'., 7 1M: ..
It. ft _U the*boor of 2 P. m, at .which they as the county line, to be' built as Billie Smith. vltiMU f.....:....". t i IO..... 60 lftc KATZ'SSunny .
luld hear all cemplalnt nearly as possible parallel ,to t.berlaht. gPDnn.bimlmrr tor:: ion*-A.>," .':? IJ VO .",tl5c None Higher
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he't ports* of the various county offl-i is of way of the Atlantic, Coastline John Harris ha.......dead July.'l oow.4. ,., 100
;- _- > were examined and apnroved. railroad; and that ,county sur SHOillMrt. frafarht. ...'.." 10 01 L LM
ill of the tax collectors veyoris I beoty instructed reporton Nnrnuo WUItukr Lumbe7 o. lumbw.,, H 4* _: .
tax report any previous of said T W EUI, work on ditch eulwrt..,.,..., 1' 00 r fa ...
[ 75'. examined and compared with survey proposed J J Dun. materialor trMt work.,., .,,' 1 6 .
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, .' sbi and found correct. ,road at the next. regular meet Jim e'....p..n. .!! twak.1'. !54".<. .in. ,8 ... rHH
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76'00 Jrh showed the '
, .. S treasurer' report tmrta WUIIwna. ..rk.k;; : / :: :1 7ft M g ,
, '. Blowing balances on hand..,' The following letter from J. R. Gilbert . Ed WUIaon. .trMt work . .. 97 Tit
1.00 ', Kneral Revenue Fund :.. .... ,'1888 33 Jr., city clerk; was read Taylor Pa....... strut work, 14 fit (
1.1It ad Fund . 4104 ,14hool Kissimmee Fla., Aug. 6, 1907.\ }*rrr Burna. Mraatwork.. .. .:': 7Mpi'ModCM. = = '.
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',.110. : Fund . . . . . . 12** 81ae To the Honorable. Board of County E: P Dwio. adranoad bon.andwaa-on.at lor labor ..work.. I.II OK t.\ South Stables. ru
and Forfeiture Fund . 1191' 75 Commissioner. J J Dun. labor and ma.tE L P,. .. 594 Jfleo..w 3
he, b-School Dlst. No. 2. 254 45bHcbool Gentlemen: R........G...... labor atKUP: . .. ,. 11 .
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Arthur labor B 1
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Di.t. No. 3. . 7 en Haying been Instructed by the City l_N..1. labor at EL P. .1&
::1. b-tcbool DI.... No. 4.. .. . 323 14 Council 1 beg; to call your attentionto : Draw AI..,. labor at B L P, . ., .. S GO INGRAM & GILBERT Proprietors. '
' L H Pmrkar. labor at K L r . . .. .40 .
,0 School No. 1 537 05 amount due the town of Kissimmeefrom .
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, slnmee High
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:M ,1t .aLe Aid Fund . . 380 CO road tax. for 1906\ and respectfully DM MoAU._...no"........ ". .., ..,.. t 00 yNN.NNN.NNNNN.N-w.N__ '1--. 4.
,lit ;t;, singer School No 28. . . 3 00)( ask that you Instruct the tax collector PkcidaVi.ctrio4'a.m.t- .for R L.P.. MOB .y"
,Ie 'b'II H-nrrSUaa. wood' for It .,p....., ,. .., A gTWElHa.brl.kworkXLP ...
' .' king a total of 1U.061.70 for which to apportion same at once and :/.....? ?.,.. 11 5. of f iLWERYSALEand BOARDING
;: > filed with the Board a certificate have warrant drawn at :your next, w..... *. Ora Co. melee tOl'II: L P <, I JOWBHaklnaonCamdaforBl.P..uh I ,,
-:" [depositwith the State Bunk .of.Imm. meeting for. proper amount. He M ,
tat : ... Yours very truly, J 8 C R O GUb-riJ.alary Hd..Co., rndaa aaE for:L X,P I.collaetar 1'.a..,....' U US 00 II 6 t I. ". ........_.. .._ ..._. 'loa. ,

eye7.i aid and cancelled warrants. wereistroyed J. R, GILBERT Qlerk.. O W 8..Mrr..umt.rywark .... .. 60 Paint and f, :.
,,' In open Board. Upon motion. duly seconded and O A W. d.-. workoa. .*labaoaa"vlA.....' 41 M Paper Well egltippedwith-N0w Stock and VefclclesJ and*
x:. Messrs. Bigbam( and Fanner pre- carried, the tax collector was instructed TWMui..el.na aaacav ur.......... MOO prepared : '. "'
.... demands
; meet.all
OB Uolyar K 00 and With. Perfect
ted their report of convict hire for to apportion the city's proportionof State Bank of KMi-un*, mmt Imivmti Improve protect your bouse. Batis .\
e month of. July, together with .a road tax and report at next regular for amoral and .........v .. .......... 60000 I 1..11 be pleased to bring my: '1907 faction.c>, .. ,..
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Btatalteiik of s ,.., '
aftfor $184. meeting. Ktrlmngjot moo '- to 00' sample book to your house and
[Treasurer, died receipt of T. M. The hour of 2 o'clock having arrived I Clerk was Instructed| call the ellly I make any suggestions tn the latest r +

urphy, treasurer of Bond Trustee, the time set to bear complaints, attorney attention. to report on ordinance decoration that you nay desire.\ .' . ;HEAVY HAULING' "

r the sum of t23%.12 account. of Mr. Ankle Bus appeared before the referred to him. for,'examination Drop me a card and, I wlllcheerl, .. A. ,SPECIALTY.-, ... . :.-..*,,*.,' i iI
toy collected In special fund Board and stated that be thought that at recent meeting/ ; also to draft fully furnish estimates on paper I ' - '

-Ate report of George W. Overstreet, his assessment sv* raised by the 'Board an ordinance. reqolrlngdray to pay a and painting ;. : .: : ; : ; .. . '
,, Is received and read, a* follow: wa not. In proportion to other assessment city license.J. ...__ : ....
> the Honorable. Board. of County' *, and after some discussion the A. Lancaster made complaint GE '
Sommlssloners: Board reconsidered their' former action regard to bad condition of ditch adjoining CEO ,-.A., BA E BUDDED TREES/! .. ,
fi did one week's work with the ma- and reduoed his total value of. ; hispropertyand'ssked that ; t .
Itne this month In the Point. Run personal properly,iron $1100to$3100; the same be looked after; .blc1.wa. y '
le machine two week* at Whittier ...LavA-Dr..ell. representing W, A, referred to street committee; also complaint ORLANDO. ,FLORIDA: Isleswoith ;;

Lid hauled clay.the rea\alDdel"Of--.be Drawdy estate,' appeared' before the In regard to ordinance against. -- Niirseriesu l i .
to. jonth. Also ran an extra crew at. Board and stated U) at be horse running at large on. the street, I : >

battler during the last two week of assessment as raised by the Board claiming that there was a difference DR. LESLIE; "'W.WEEDDNSpecialistEye. .. ., J .. .
!! > month.. There ''I. more gradingound wa entirely too blab and In supportof shown. in regard to enforcing the or CHASE & CO.: PPOPRIDTOB8. '* J..W.; I ,, "' """ "-""',," I' '" .
Whittier that need to be done his contention be 'quoted from the dinance. Whereupon, on motion. duly +. f HOARD, A116' { 1 :':" '" X,

owing to the heavy. rains was compelled guardian's report filed with Judge seconded, the marshal was instructedto Ear w. '1#'
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Johueton. After consideration the will base I'esdy.for: net Fall'and'Wttiter planting ( ,
to quit, \ rll'ldll'tofOI'CCl said ordinance and a ;., "H' "
? > I also repaired the Flat FOl'd14n Board reduced same from tllOO to let no one have a horse from the Nose, and |Throat....., Mes"1C assortment of Orange and Grapefruit n- of all 1adlnvarlP .

Did, some repal.bet.weeo ', 900. pound without first. ,receiving the cost. Sour r tree* are budded on Rood, healthy rough. Lemon.aDd' 'i''
Flsslmmee and Feghorn. : Have The following letter was "receivedand of Impounding. All Orange roots. guaranteed free from inseota pelte of any kind. i;
aught during this month 1100 feet read from Jane A, A,' .ieDer* The building committee' was instructed \" budded from bearllllf trees la our grove and therefore true to .

''jl1end ridge lumber; 6 collar pad., fi pounds molt: to, look la to i the matter' of 'Dame.none Our facilities i for srrowinfnursery It.oclr.are 'second,,to- ''I.
Rabbet metal 51 pounds rope. and 05 To the Honorable the Chairman and Impounding animals and to make best Na-tional fence and our trees are as fine a* money and twentv year' ex 4

ounas nails. Board of County Commissioner of arrangement possible for taking care ,' can produce.. We are making specialty this season of theme'famous ," ,
GBOBOK: OVKBSTBEKT. Osoeola County State of Florida. to same. .. Florida. ', California Valencia Late which 1* destined to become the'
t The following communication fromA Gentlemen.The . .r Moved and seconded that. the sanitary greatest moOe7-tDak. In Florida. Our Valencia bud com ,.41-! ; .. .
R ii Minx: was received and read: undersigned would respectfullycall >committee confer with the city root from the best bearing tree. In the district DOW /moue, for pro'. t
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fo the Honorable Board. of"; Couot.1Comml'lloaere .. the attention of your. honorable attorney, Dr.,Hicks and Mr..Thurmao ,duelnlftb "' Valencia: III.C; I1torola. ,- '

: body to the remarkable Increase :you In regard to unsanitary condition of '.. Write for '
You are hereby notified that ..Il1etlceat.rl' have mad. on personal property to swimming oool and arrange; to better. e l Prices to J,..W..HOARD, Ootha, Fla., of call and see our: Our
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\ No. 1, Osoeola County Florida her from S240 which we consider a fair condition. of same. W. L. W I tN: series,at Waco 09 Florida Midland R.' R.: '
w is without either civil or criminal valuation of. such property to, t640wblcb The followingresolutlon'was. introduced .
t i Rocket and asks that you.supply, them is certainly unreasonable and which vrt* unanimously. w' payazcrir', AND.o iaBoir,' '."
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i -i early. a. convenient. unj.ust. ,We are compelled to enter adopted: (: :.tJ "--- caOs tLralkadr 11.r14+ amscar8t f_-
>Yours truly, our protest. against this Invasion of Resolved, That any' one using elec.trio --.....--'tie '1sY.eYOa r ., < a
L. A.. MINX. J.Upon P. the rights of property and feel assured lights who. should"be six: weeks In ..----Ie7. FD _,
I motion duly seconded,, the that a careful review of your. previous arrears be promptly cut out, or the
lerk was Instructed to purchase. th.book. action will, cause more conservative collector will be held responsible for R. S. RoydGROCERS& 'C'O '?

... estimate to be made. The property. same. !{. ". W. SIMPSON ;\ i .
t The following bills were' examined question may be subject to a' slight; Moved and seconded (which motion .

La i detail, approved and ordered paid: revision certainly not the Increase carried) that the Council borrow from I DENTIST; ,

0 kit --. 8r e.ooa and ........ ..t III JJ that has been placed upon it. andfeeling the State Bank of Klsslmmee $500 to .' .' '
BhB 88-.... . '. t'J "J assured that your honorable be placed to the credit of the general Office over Osoeola. Pharmacy. _

ri>a Btratton.ooeamaadRlUaaIS Oodwia.a eam snd ndl..g.H . 114 00 body would not perform an Injusticeon fund The'' clerk was Instructed to t 9 s.. : 12 m,. ',t
".Ik....es ean.s.d ........., . tII 00 one in my situation, would respect draw warrant for .same also warrantfor OFF1cs'IIouRai, :'r 1:30 m:3 ; *. -.-
J 90 Walk.., ._ur._Jail, ".', 11110 fully solicit a reconsideration of your Interes. for six month at rate of m. NEW
[)R Brows. Mrricaa Ja.._.. A", . 11II 11I1P decisionand Telephone No. 76 Jun 6.!;lvrt FIRM, NEW GOODS '
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A v.. Atn.w, Leal.......!.... .. \eel Btg previous a reduction per cent per annum ,, ,. '
"' JohltatooJ, _..." .......t,.-".*..... 2100 made which will'COlli.. within the Clerk was also Instructed t.o- draw I , .1'
wLWmpbl4.uptpo -tare..4000S rounds of reason.'' Respectfully: warrant for balance due.. on Caber ' REVIVOunDIEI \ r-
L I-Iq. al..k. Aiidltotf and at.tn4nYaBo.rd .. aa. ....Ut ,
6 ._ uI.ry.._...:.. ,*tM..... M00 Your obedient' servant. sontract of installing new electric Line of lilgb Grade*Fresh : :: "
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.. ; JANE H. A.MCDxnuoo r. light. boiler to be delivered upon approval YITAUTT ,4, , .,
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m=:.:. luaf c.7:. rood. .... ; .., ':::..;:r I; 74 Mr. Levi! Drawdy also representing and acceptance, of work by: Family and, Fancy ,Groceries' rwr
P G c..ue, -ubw js-id.. 1 ,..,.I 1000, above ..
he named stated the electric light committees .
. .. ll..Jal, ,A'L 1 ,. 472211 person to I FREE > t'
EW k 0.0...Co.,f... for .al. 0575 Board that. be thought her assessment : There befog no further:business the ....- r I, DELIVERYPrices '
j'i _a Csreoe aro CQ,pedlar. snd Be-'' wa too high. The Board however council adjourned to In 'I',
f i '&.1.wlay.I ....' .so.dl.g.....d.d. .....enuaa.......'u.rag.......1.j 170, mx feeling that the assessment'; war fair, session Tuesday September meet regular%'1907, I ...11. '

=1 iem il.ctrla'l4ebt P9Nt. I..te and id proportion to ot.ber'Propert.l., at 7:30: p. u. W. J, SEARS :" TH. If "I"GP19' : ;IMght Klsslmmcc ,
Fla.
I f-Jajl.nd 4U't........ ,.. ......:.. ..Ifllbort. refused to consider their former action J. R. GILBERT: ,, : 'President. ', ,
tlrlau... Va._ 0...... on mMAti '" Mr. O. U. Long appeared,, as agent. Clerk: ..:-' L.--
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.yi I : prittdBa'..d printing slat ... "Ao"O -- f
i: : .mu ..n !157.40 for Jane A. Long and objected to the 'iF'r'ittiAF'fltS'Yr' 'Yr' tYy'Yr 'oR>jr
W A W aDrawC&owt/9rt coot:......riM I'67 00 raises made both. on her personal and Onr:Grapefruit Best. e-.r-Ite..504.......I...,eeos aII. 'u wi
L 0 Laalnr.Stanford 0''t on ....keo.d toe 'lit real property. ,It wa the, sense of ..' .ton a............... .
II Co. aatarial tar p0t Board. however, that this also ,was a The following from 'the' New York I .W trw.0057 rveevnthair ya .k, by : >\
i O'C ; iotM'faV'mui. I .alasalBITIT*.. Ik.ul kly ad ewi... i .
; .. ., 2' fair valuation and refused Produce New u ,
B to
Drac eo,. Mlot 1..._...... .'" ,\-. 211 sider., ,1 recon. California Grapefruit-'j'certainly: "a 'slam .at. w oarra-aaass.-. aaokaa LM*P Lost. r.Jl ';;hf 8..1 meey, : l. TfI.. :IL L. lft.TL T. .1..1.I.

i '=:5'.J:."::::. 'C / I 26 Mr.'J,, '1". Wllinskey,' representing" "The.trouble with' the California I Ws.u.t..D1.. ....,.ad "_CIf ..MW .r o.:'a. 4a2tsoN': ;JOIM n.'Les., :
slew teaUMrMloa, .
=1.. ..._ ...... 'I IWIW the firm of 'Newman whleh a.. MM for K, B. CADSOM., .
: t; : A Willnskey 'little* .
!gr.pefruIiIs'.thal'very of themit a57. "- ......
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... '. bjnlnaaa oc aaarrlw* It aol oaly Vca.a.........
oawog,eats.tud .1laap.e .. 00 Lumber Company -abo' Sy stwttac U. CeehUr.State n
LOG Rd... .. appeared befor 1* of good flavor It seem to dos MM ofdlMM.iMtiSSMrbMt a..... I ,
land 1101. 011\o.-.1.-.1..\. .I....._w.s.pw.a.k..d.'j...r .00 the Board and objected to the >ll right when then la only a< small .Seek.I'V.'M..pl.k.l.w./su.. Steed. ......::::...........y. '. Bank oif
Mrs..... R .earn M tesrw ... d .. chang made by the 'couot.J: commissioners amount. coming but when any quantity are .r ....a..' II w.rde .. ea ., ,,Kissimmee .
J, --.o.drMarw.l1M..aethO itexaoV _,,,60 'II and also objected to the valuation arrive and bas to come In oompe- "'...{M elal_ ...........p.... ;. 4
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.: C-.... ..-.. .v.ttr.te 10514. mada-by the tax asseaaor.* The lion with the other, fruit the.. trade a.aaU.tt.M I ...-.tell.... .r.la v105 to S6.e.peelt....We BIF 'Iqsslai uee,. Fla., '
wdr se.rcatwkKfar 00 Board however, having reconsidered doe not care for Ik Judging from the sa-free advise.._lie at1 wM old 1'- r.- I-i I S ** 1
f ... .. ... .. the matter; reduced) the valuation to present tone of the market It would wits g____ Otromlmra fra*. '....... Van o.' f V
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.yV .a the amount placed ......t S f ?
.. c.. MOIl"1doIp...,... by the assessor. pal the California grower* to out out CSX. sterkM ..C 4i t. i"
'I,. o.p...... ......,,', OB Dr. John E. Ennls. and Mr. M..B. rranefrit altogether<< and put In ome 'For.. ale la Klsslimnne, ,7fa.t.' by (beITissimraee i-iA.itmr.-.u.. .,t' 'BOoooN: : r-t .1* =-. ,F"
"J ..09.4........s.s.rfo.r.s. ...... ,_ ao Tindall eltlxena of. Narooossee, appeared thing that would briny them more remuneratlve Pragao.r4rnwsts} I .... .. U1tI1T::.*.....,w.y..,.t '.eeoeoe'" *

..4 Warrant was ordered drawn ,In fa* before the Board In their own result", .. . !_ :. ..
norosPfann A 81qle&&r71. amount half and la behalf; of ; Prom aul $ Carefmi 'Attettttok h.'si 1 '
WO to be delivered to them, upon deedto Narooosaee, asking the Board '* : ''Nanted I ,,.....4,. its.' BKO..oM civ watter-i ,*..

portion of,Aoree road, a* per settlement discontinue a OII't.&ID"s.o.. ,of-'road .Gotat i OeUf,Btfsiaess.: , :* .. rate*)., ..' ,h ", '. '.,_" stall'polrts tt .-sit. esiee.pe.itjYOUR ,!,

with committee Instructed tooouf.r near Narooossee depot for tne purpose I'orbe next.th1 -tia.I' m.l entire: Lire Sandhill Cranes, OUera,Wood :-: ...,.: BV9irifiMSOUCIT8 :.- .* *. i
with Mr. Pfann. this deed to beMproyed of'having depot' enlarged and.., this took of Dry Goods,:Shoes:'Notions Dek and Dig\ Pox Squirrel. High ._ S3'J. -
by the county attorneys.: :, ,; Etc.! .wilt,be.eold at COST for CASH. price &1c1., Dr. Cecil Etencb Matu
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4: MAIW: 'ASREVEN. : .EI or elephant 10 of It over me Jmpoasibl&for cot, tbe the within beml face twent-1In of of the the horsecloudfloated to moon are.In .yard.,. reenio I.I in Florida ( Supreme Courtof Southqar-;. ,



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I . .. the faint twilight which remalnedhowever tina Renders', Dei1sIon." .
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.. i OR r J coUld Just make out _

.ADVENTIJR gray mess of the great brute .Ull adancing .... .... -....-._..---r -ww.- -.. -wV. W r W W ....- '

-T LALAUJ2UTERMAIN'SGBEATEST ,. toward the but. : ... Appropriations Tied Up. -

Then the 111bt went out .Ito ther I 'of The, cointuiaaions dependent upon GARY BIFFS PRITCHARDDamags -

"> ..' to my"", 4
trUst
7J f and I bad tD for money tcfulfill
; '" fumbiing\ with his trunk and Maui legislative appropriations ..

f 'fly 'Ii. RIDER I- AGGARD."CIO" ... I aJ'T'Ire-nl1 beard him at\ the I'OCI of the but. 10 Like the purpose for which ,they were Case Against Atlantic c.It'"

Of04SA1. .'..r'Eoloao...a Jtiwi. Do.. ext came a sound! .UI ot straw Hatcber, created bar wet with a lerlous obstaale from Federal' Court. :

- _,_ -. _.* -_. ---.':-. :: .-.-.. ..,_-._..--.&-.c-,--- -Q3I. -. ; drawn out, and then tor a little whil.there : Treasure In the way or chapter: iG03. aa act Line II',Kept Domeatlo ..

'-'' 'p"- --- -- _._____._ . . complete allence. making of coOtracts Road I.. Declared or
T -" ......_.. .. 'n.p". was Annual re- to regulate the
a__. .___ . - .-'- -" '-.-------- cloutl began to I'll" for the Common Trespasser.Iuatic .
theaziere. flee 0gnris1 The the DDu.1 aDd tbe incurring of obligations\ a
: 4 b'10ncf our.hen, than ot the .
outlIne ,
CUAPTEn 1:1..f witisIeej I could see the payable out
: earth mode 11h'er1 soft This hal expenditure of any money -'

ContlDued.J I ). pliant: lie was sinadlug of the with but..his Uie con of the general I fund of the atate. Ernest, Gary of the Jou '

had it not been tor tbe fact rlgtt over the top the set. Chlckam'auea b.ttlefleld monument t I'
J 'butI. Indeed, his trul1l1: The
"ooMc.1, not "e'e' cOurt at Coiunb1.
The kloot ""aI 4..iJu17 tlneJ the! log 01bleh But I could CarollDa.EUpreme .; .
knot Itwu thAt.I WII 1Ieorln'rrtnr'to inside the but.II. got to- eommialoa met In Tall.hl.- .
the for It was ,
above 'no wonder,
some distance bard I should livi e delivered an oplalon .in
trN lrom bullil And here tin tbe, w I set ,.ef'T \bt beautiful '- bad thrust It right through coST thol put week ace! 'crgaDlzed, but ad.30urned Thursday, IlL
over
rich dup ground brou&bt down bT tberlyulet grown qnite sentimental root. and AttT8'tl"c'I. no doubt. b7 bank without taking any acUOl states rl hta CII.. It 1s In the Iult.of .

.. were the cuw.att'd land!!, ..Iuestf'ut sight.lint I 11'111. d'T anybody to Ie'om' I smell flf t'e mel1l1el wluaroplng, rCo when confronted WIth thla condition, I' W.. a. Oeraty ag1nst tht'AUanUoColWt

.- somewhere about tweutltwutyflie or Beotlm..ntal''IIt'11 seated 111 the dlunp with It In..ME'. ., an4 ",'blcb'lllca the appropriation of USOOG ,- Line Railroad cOlDpab1, Jlldg&Gary'a
I .
ereL beam of wood .bl.lr. It Will growing Jibt now. and ; felt woul\ of ...acb until 'th ,58306,86.
lands Itood on It vP17 rough whensuddenly t out than Ordinary -
kraalllid.or tbf' fteo ready, rulIng la of Dore
OD the my t of the government -
.. tree.Eo : for Fan and the currant. expenses
slngt e Lug, .which wn1'f'd' for meal 17.liP.I merely I1Incfco Ii mental notO' that wall ft mod 'awful yell 8ud I saw were not shall b4'ebet'n' 'ald. Interest, 'lor: It I, 1.11 direct oppoBIUon .-'
tbe'lOomHlt.was Ul In ltan3t.lzty
whIch at nIght, .Rnll tJ'IlIIk rl"Rl'Pl'lIr, nnd' -
"OI'H l lorely
a. a dwelling place b7 all old 't'9Ulan. It was A pnrllcu1arl1 to the prospeciof the old 'WomailwhO ball been t.rom Lake The approprIatIons d $40.0tO for the to a recent.: opinion handed
the tlrat wit. of our. friend the 1caina : ; turned<< my attention' In tbf' hut. ., ware TplDv and .Ddi'unlak fain are doubly In the federal court b1 Jidge J. Co :

/ eJeplkntL, l'IPphllnti 'conmp, nod rtt-r Out tlbe.carn, thro\I:11: the Iiolt' like cotton bell tied 'up b)"' the injuncdon suits tiled 'In .tinilstr ..etae.This '
'a
It appf'nl tbat thlll 0111 IIIIi1 bn'irt4 ;: nnt DO(for allolllol" ,!Jour or 10. I think pt'rl"'lnkle on tilE' point of a pin bring by Mr. fleee. an"11': Rowe ,to enjoin Pritchard. ,
with wAIting ?
f opinloa Dlld for d mau against
some dlUftenee between weariness end 11s- -rllpp..r cp In her blanket: complroler: fron i.ulag warrants .Ia a caseS
what
: lIf'r lubd about Ii tbe estf'nt and of more IUrtborltt gust that 1 blust. hove dropped Into a gentle ,flklnny legs anti arms lItrptcbed to .' earetul.I for this dmount became of' the law hO Atlantic Coast Line for a sum
and RII
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allowed to "ounger fonr polntll ot the coihpnaa
; to dwell in doz4. without DleQlloned. exceeding UOOO, Relying: upon the 4. j
.mlabla ..lte.. hid refzi.ed awoievtIi ft ..tRrt.GobI' tlltllO gave the most alarming screech.I I I ibo\'e ,

,., the krl.1 ant more. and b" 'wal f Presently I ) perebpd ('105" to me.butas really, don.t know'Wbo 'u the.compa- ---- cliion of Judge PrUcbard, In tie case I

inarUng her fiplfo.a1J..e bad takel1. ,. 'up:11ft' :,tarons'bo was thf' beam would alloW) moet frightened she or I, .r (lie elepbant. : declaring a The shops. of the FlorIda: East Coast 01. Leo "I. the .UaDUo Coast Lin.Rallro.d .

: abode among tllt..mt'alle. whitninii' norbiackilkea payable railway 19cated'ln St. Augustine have .,

.As the lsueivlk shows Ibe. was, ae '-for neither which each! :"0"1 .tll thi pa.uIlar ''At any rate, the III"t wa" consideribly :will Issue been shut down and Fen'ral train company, In Which It wu.
to aroma
It blppe-IIed.. cutUnz Clrr her Jon (the' and dh.ltTeea1lCpropert$' of thl' startled; be bd IIfcn tlltbl"g the 'J21S -rews have ben laId off with the beld that the defendant corporaUolLw'al

spite lIer taCf 4 lare.bon.! . tb'r-wU falntl1. ''l'er1 t"lntlY' clickirig IDPaJI.-tbfO. old womlln wall a change or ichedue. A.. a result nearly not to be con.ldued a I dOJJ.1eatlt
dl.com.poed
thlt.h'Olt, grew tbilt greatly '
Close bl. ida themb.I nccldpnt. anti flr.e
'ret. ;' bl. foTelhuer against 30G man are out of 'ork. While 0001lclal corporation of the state of' South CaroUaa -
'ertnorlte bIll Jt'rt'ell.
yan A glance 'at the IDeAUe ground knew by this Ilgnal-a ( sort of trulUPpt. and ] d the &:atDlelAl.haa. been made pub. corporation -
lIath'" huntpri nud cull.bearersthat lie gave 4 but a "lrgWla antiprOperty
had Arnone
., IIhowed lIIe that tbeold headman .nn. lie must have aeeu 1rbegrd Jlt'r awsfrom him right Into lbs JUBt re--lie, It J I. known that this action was '
dODeb the jurindlcUu of the
JIOt\euf'ritt'd tbe"ullld.llef ,01Iuthlng. crown d a Sow Imo.a! trep. where "hestuck. I In a mOlt found to b. absolutely necessary by within :

tile t'1t'pbante to Ida CI'O.e. which "f'reJJOW' looked/ at.hls faee. aid pow that! be shrieking: like a metropolltarengine. over the the railway C'mpany Ton several. reaSons United Statel court, In such caIs. at- '

getting rIpf' wnl waa'.tarln: excitedly toward the dim state fair partly on' account at unsettled' l glndamages. the- defendant company -
eotlre patcb
I..troJed.yearly half o1.1IIe.. edge of the bush beyond the deep' green The old bull lifted his tail, end flightI lispping aya that I condition, the high cost of material made a motion before Judge jGary >:

.' The greatirufea bad '(oltt'D IJI thearonid lineof ineafles.I bill great elrs.elht-borp.pr"pJr.for and almlnl I InjunOo and labor and the rigid legislation which wss: &rlUld before him
listened. put up my ,
? < aDd'the, reat they .bad ttampled. .Btarl'd, too and snund.as the point or bls. I the state which has l1Iaerla111 decreased the '
at
soft, Jarge hastily Columbia last
Presently I beard n while at chaDibera, In 1
road reek.
down.. were gently. stretch- (for he was broadSide on). I I1rl'd. t30OOO earning ..calla.clt of the ,
: 1 .went up to their spGOr and. started though his a g-aJlt bands and pressing back, The report rnnw but, like thundermaking I premiums : expenses ban greatly lncrns2d.Pit to let aside tba service of summons

,..', back In .muemeat. before. (lag be earl out of standing! corn a thousand echoes In the quidhills. all, as the i tl1 this cue aD the Around that the. .
I l11cb epoor I
'Xeft'r bad ef'f'n more 'pedinT Then came a paUliI and then out Into : Is beyond : Joseph i5'ld, the rrtmoler and defendant I. not a corporation organsIzed
It was simply enormona. aitalk4ed the largeat .1 saw blm'J clow" all ot a heap, I.tb'lujtb look- Pt'nlDeular Electric:
that of ODe old bull. tbat bad .0 .tbe open majestIcally shall stone dPlld 'I ughly I constructor bf the under the laws of South Caro-
elppbnt 1 ever saW: or ever be were the ad. being ecuatructed to
Ilagle *uek.One which I I.
Iative* but a railwty.
the
aId : the :
alns! whether It 'WAS the lalnt.
Than 111 com
l1eie:1
thin al & :
bare uled ADT of the foot Iff' Jennings between Tampa and l1artow, statestha !
might monster be wo: of the heavy rifle or the excited run : .
1I'II\"el1': whet n raised I the dismissed the 1110 ou.holdJnc .
to use Judge 'O&r1
for a Idp-bath., was l.roYJO.t
print. the Ioonlhlbt gleamed upon ot that idIot Gobo. or both together, the ccmiany
hiring taken stockof. the pOilUon, and bow splendid tuwk'"for the other merely an. J1nb.I'1' c2lueldence. I allpro- Strang seif.ropeliIng motor car on that this raIlroad company II
his
one
nil nest step was to make arrane .wa" 11I11111I/-a./ be .tood among the not know; but tbe rotten beam and thu IIDe and do away with the nf'ce. a South Carolina orpotatlon. If itIs

IDmt. for the tral. iUIthe. mot'"g', bls enormous and I- weut-e1wJI! too. landIng flat '0f trolley 'Ire. The motor cars
gently
ally
to the meshes corporation then
Tile three!' bplll, aC't'Orlllna not a dome.Ue ,
to and Iro, and testing the wind the foot of tbe free upon a at this with gasoline englDea
.. Led been poore4'lnto tile des fan humble portion of the- human frame. I I r.re ulpJed be holds the operation of I. .jail-
tronk! fair and motors
cItli hi. the
buMiaboye.the .l of... ; : and electric gnel-ator
.,f. I ,
: .. patch .t bill shock was so severe that "
While I was still marveling Tile truck the this Btate J. unlawful.
Indlcste If : or roads In
;ow It seemed to me very probable I teetb"'wf flyI bung under tile Ixl..11.
'Ibq ,,"ouJd' return tonlgbt .to ''grtb., aDd speculating upon the weight as though all In; any of lsI I use Etcr:1Jf': hat.erlea 00 The oP.IDloD was tiled Thursday I,
,that which J 1I'Ire through the roM'of my mouth, : company nla)
Ibat tusk ;
remainder of.the ripening of huge I the can "WIth the clerk of the court. "
feed ,11 the stunned for He that wIth night
be tusk before very long 1 out though I ant slightly their eara sass
should my I
mealla. ) second bull and stood beside I' .econda luckily for me I ft'lIl1gbt. which he Irepoacs to pUt on the Ur.e of common plea. for Charle.tol1 county -

If No there .waa ..brlJbt moon and stepped a wu not 10 ftnwD1InjUrt"J.: I ever the distance between Dlrtow and Tampa : Jt II not' known, ''II'hat'wID b. the

It atrack me that b7 the exercise of a hll1l.' 1all but beseemed Meanwhile tile elephant bpn; ; bour. to be (taken bJ Counsel for
I might bag. one or lie wtti not Quite 110 I! Jf'rJetrated : will be mad la one next step
little 'DeeDult1 be almost thicker let scream with fear and furT and defendant comp.u7
1D'IIf'Uto to ml to Iccper In ---- I the

,more..7 of rl.lt.whlch them without, basing.spo.lng tbeIIItbut than the ftrat. and even 10 that light tracted. by hi. cries. the oth'r ( l'I: bad placed I II .The prOspect for the Fort DaU.aUooll Judge Oal'7' decIsion II ,that the t'

reepeet for the .erel5\'e powf'rl oInl could:.,e...'that, ,both'.bis'tusks'wei came felt charging for IDY rUle up.I ; It was not tb"re.rllen I In checks or, rather the Hank of Da7 RI.caine .- Atlantic ,Coast Line company ,.was

elephaat.-. a'eat>ron.lderl1. Jlnft'ct. and the third : 1 remembered that I bad was preI -i '(inCas0' the proposed arranCt. formed b7 merger enactment of the -
4 lion to m. Another, pause, Miami) ot I05. 'ThlrJf ,r. theCoast ,
thfrtalt It on a fork of the bough In order to take meat .rt' carrIed out at pay. coa.UtuUon .
: rii tben ""vis 107'pJan: 'To 'emerged. there 1t remained.Itfy I I to the dopositons Lllle'l.' operatlnc In SouthCanolina .
ofttbe'bute al 70u'100':' up .the He "' 1.b011er' thin 'e-ftil..r of 'the tire, and doubtless I a negro lug a much larger dividend .

: f "Ieut .od' ,eommftDdlnS" the meaUt' 'thers but higher In the shoulder. than position now was'very 1 i approached! than 'was at ''nrst'' tboughtgrow. under a charter given bl' the

1aidsstand.,' the baDTaQ" tree that! No. Zaud. : when I tell ;-ou that,'II J IDt. t' a plotol. brighter as Iliveall ..tlonB are .tate.. And If it Is not., then It I. a
tr7'lnct (
1311re mentioned.A afterward ]learned from actual ineasnrement. 1 dId pot dart 'to shaken as< 'I,' .,A pIIC8-1 I carried.! 'oa. Tbe committee h.s- found. trespasser' has no right wtthlll '
which
; Into tbla baDJ'an tree J mide 111' mi the m"ullrl'd smallest twelve of these feet three one tree would again have, been ,a: .tal-k of some diticulty : &", gave the C< ndltionbctter than'tnd been aD'fuclpaled the state, under Jude! Gary'.' raUDCo .

lndiGgo.fben 'ml"bt1 bulls shoulder It because the '4lepb8nt. "" the .Lf'DueI I .and It II believed .bat. tM lie de lares ., a "domnUo, ,rorporaUoD-
the
at .
Islaould and i half inches I,
,' the .lepbantsappenred. and Insista -
1f tllelD."I' "m ...lYe1)1 some'idea of their lIZf' certalnl7 aee'me, and Gooo: who blm'l funds of the, bank .wlil p.rml.tot pal" to b a torelpi .carper.non, '

anuounde1'biy get a shot 'at IDt ntJoo ;' to' the The three formed Into line- and stood to a bough, 'I still .aloft "ltb'. his, booty j" Ing from 25 to-O'IrCnt' dl.ldeDd" that the laws. 'of the state appI7. !

I"adman.1 of the Itrlal wb was deU.bHd. still for a minute. the oue-tulked bun Dher rille. .: .The 'oMcer the}ba1anuut11th I : $: :: ,epositorsereI to ODe 3ustas. to the .otber" .r

'f. .;,: ." ,. .f' . gently <'ar..lng the elephant OU the. 1 Could pot run, because' . there, "..,.\; t } ;' ihel ; I'ald :I In, 'full to ,folow is ('ra1Idtj'asl : '.

NO;;," .he.adc: !. ." ll people might left with bit trunk. ,'. JlO shflter near.circumstances ,1 did I ,I pOkllbJe: l ,. -.. WILLiAMS LtADa VARD'A-MAN.
Then began to( feed, ,:ft'lItkln: Under these
they
sleep 10 peaee for while the mlebt I feneIble.-eimbered I ] fpr the .- -

_ # wb1te bUllter'sat aloft llkea spirIt forward aatheredreR and slightly bunches to the right: th,n. only the trunk thing a. softly aa poaslbie, : : has been Il bal been clearly demoDs rat d' AccordIng to Unofficial ,Rs'turna' from..
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'w.tchlng onr tbe wellare'of kraaJ, they , ot persons In.la.ckscnvflle Stats EI.ctloes.Mississippians' .
the elephants, possible number Mississippi
r a
sweet meshes ADd thrust them Into keeping one eye ou that a large
,:wbat was thPie to learr' moutll. pered to Gobo to bring down tbe who bas are deeply IDter'atf'd In berd ,their, state.elec. ;
1 told him that be was' an ungrateful their .. '
snore tlllln a and .'lIlted tht.J1eTelopment! : 01 the Tb greatest inter.egt 'TbunI1R 'The"returnl firste-
tinte'to ..th1nkof ,sleeping In petee'vblle All thil time theywere : eater Georgia goIng dry. Ion :01 '.'
r. perched Uk.. wounded vul. buodr and twenty ;ards away from 11tunUon. become a however displayed! by the Ihuof celled from more than one-balf

.'lure 00 .' tree, wltcbed for bl. .....l. methIsI( knew because 1 had paced 1 knew that tf the elephants I olnct. especially! the 'holtlalers. the COU1\UES .howec a maintained ma.jority. .
dealers
:& .fare 10 wakeful aorrow'aad puce fore the dlstaD't'1I from the tree to various see me. which, luckily would, they Dot were In the I They are not pJease:! a the final out. In favor ''of Vlm8DIi ,of about
to allow of IDYaftemptlnt engaged to do, they I
polut.-niucbtonfar) : Is
ronlpaed.and owned that 1127 words card from know that It means to but this majorU1.lt
three ODe
wind. a they
for
: '
them 111 that na- for 1 was up I come,
a shot at mO; .
", ere."sblrp. but ,uIL" CObo however either did not directed to I that wholesale liquor del;ra from claimed stthe beadq"'ut.r:' Go,
.,.I.hive ink1 Icoiderwe" .certain JIht: .
JIow.eTer, counterbal.anced
the tree JackBcn.vUle will be
? of to
'"" as completely reltofe4.an4 that even1" They. ted In II .semicircle, crndual preft-rrlng the safety: ; : thIs .tate. aeorla. cities will 1nOve .mor Vardaman '

Joe eYt'l'J'bod1.10 the kraal, Including drawing TCHlnd the but, near my tree.In Dot hear me. ) aa his rla.1 after Juuaf1 I, and that the .by theyote n. the, rural procinets

I the l perllDnu ted victim ot jealousy ""bll'b the corn was stored and the lie ald, for the former that but be I Will I : prE- ,oglanll WIll no: be latllft.d' .up. many' of which had not been ,.
the I. knew
; ,' Sa the little but where tbe mf'IUe cobewer. old woman Ilppt. J4ftE'r. .. to enter ply their Georgia customers, but will beard from, At Willlzns'" headqW11"
'ia to really i .
beel with a sense This went on toretwef'n an hour enough of sportsman on.tbe trade il claimed by Ii majonity
ato-ed, went to b7 moo1llght ID race. endeavor to'J1Jake, Inroads tens his election ,
what betweeniItementnnd '!' shooting elephants '
bouraud a blllt,1tJ11
-of'sweet aec.nrJt7 frOm elepbllDts and and an ;
dulera. 20,000.
mak; : of the Jacksonville bf '
that
Prowl.b7'01rhtFor : hope open.So Cbirlele
that :
all other an1mJs
: behind tree I 10 the contest for onm9i
fifteen --
Ilck'l that there I woe my YZsII -
be- .th' got 110 weary
by tlJe.beart
m1 part; I IIlt'he4' camp -
competitor
.low the krait;;.and. tbel1. having proeurett I was actually contemplating II descent mafed. 'Unarlned but highly of Wall\o\ President Prowa of the Tampa ; Scott waS" leadlnc. lila fleares(
"
abeam of woot from the beadflanrather from tfle tree and A'lDoonJllbt .talk. for I was. witnessing a I 1. An elee. chamber ot commtree. ha's appointee : being E. ,F. Noel and ,a seo-

a rotten one, by the ws 1 Such a'Q act 10 ground 10 open would performancu.Vb&n :I determined the followln .:well known'gentlinen' to ond primary will doubtless. be nectssary

10-1 set n across two boughs that r.n baye bl'eohat'of a stark starIng Inns.t1candthatI the other two bulls arrl ed. I The act al a cOD1mltte In preparing to decide.
the
k 'out laterally from the banJ'an.tree ate should neo baTe beencontemplating wounded elephant on ; aDd the or'' cigar or tobacco exhibit for A' com leoe state ticket, was' 'voted
but began
: helpt Of about twenty.flve feet from It will show you tile. ceased tacreaul. great tobaceposiUon omcera jnevenycounty. .
the wen
moaning noise and gently TblrtJ-Dlne to be displayed at for a. fli county .
mind low Tampa
the ground, ID suck fashion that 'and condition my 5 I ,
to him who tbe wound near bll sboaldf'r )'- on to be held In Madison -
'. iaootber-IDI'Q could sit 'pon'jt with ou//.' Iut everything comes co
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t ,. .ptnat.the of the tree toot to him who dquo't, and so at last out. I voters, September; E. D. 1I01)b. J., H. Drew, TO DAV" AND 'MORGA;. t

'ml.---- clonl!. I went.back to tbe cam}: those elepbants; or rather ODe of them. The other two._ seemed,.to_(. li : colored George N, Benjamin,. Eugene Ilaitbln-I r --p

aDd JJa4 my lupper came to me:.: at t on7 rate, tDeT did )1"s; K nee I : but ODe Robt MacNamee: F red<< Th ompawger ... I Alabama Will ENct Monunwnts
bour before After they bad ted their ftn. which down on eithersIde, tbet got I .
,About 0 o'clock hilt aa Prank Brain, S. J. .
<; the moon-rl.el'summoned Gobo-wJlo; waa:a.very large one the noble three trunks and tusks underneath' him, 1 harry howard, I Through LsisiatIve AcUonjTb. J .

: tl11nklnlC that he had bad about enough; stood once more 10 line tome seventyyards aIded b7, hll'' Own effortl.'WUh; \ Triplet taDd'elthera, I ./A1abanis siflate ha. passe Idils ".

af the delights of bllt.plD8 lunUnr fOf to the 'left of the hut and In the greatflftgotliim 00 his feetThen I.: the cbamber ,. -:--- Stor
"to the" 'late
that day, cUd I1Ot'a1toðer .ell.b tbe edge. of the cultivated landll, 01 In an 1eaa1ns .gnll1.t..1m on i President Amongst the towns 10 South Florida foi monurnenti '

; job-&n4. despite ilia remoa.t.nC about btr-ftTe: : yards from where I side to support blrn:.tile".marchecl. draft a res maulfeBUag a spiniC'of 1>ro.e3a.and. Morgan and.Jefferson Davis ftr.t and r
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'gave him: 1D7 ellbt-bort. .0, carry, 1 was perched. Rt a waik Ln3hedirettiontof gOVf rnor 'of improvements! .Fo! Meade II cecupy. only president of the, contederacy :

for ,Tbeaat Jilt the ova with a single 1nge ... "" : , .' has
and out
the 70.SPre.II. .e\ population .1'
LySng : . .pltltu1 algbt, arid evea, in Tampa lug leading raOk The Morgan monument. la ,t'ike,. .: :
rattling nollll In .It w. .
made
..... tree : tusk a peculiar the within the last two -
; .' 1908, for : than'doubHd the ate- ,,
brute.Presefltit 1D0re' the remaining placeof
c It W..T"f dark, but we found .It his trunk just ftl though be were blow I made me feel a : only .. ,
: '''vlthout lmcult1'I' thouch1.cllmblnc.'itwal ,ngbla; Don, and WIthzuttmor.'sdcbegan fron'a'1ll"lIlle. 4. tb. question of rears, Ua business part spread In a'Q In Statuarr Jlal1. Washington,,. aDd wnl. 3'
,. towart t'4'elepblnt-gltber himself II alec unbro\ tine from flea the ;
: the
a blore Complicated mntterUowever : ; to walk deliberately almost COlt .111.000,
_ : at Jut "'ye iot up; and at .hut.wheN the old woman. I.ptI ;. .. a. little; tbe'r' roke. into 'a trot. tom- rIver west to tbe' ,It..tlon ot the Abantle ,'The Davia moninne'xitIs, to 'have

down ,IIQ tw0111ttle OO1a .en. a form cot 1D1 ,"Ule read,; anti glanced upt after that 'I 'eonld follow them. ,otber aoutJ1o. Coast Line railroad, many new place on. the''capitol grounds i 14''')ton. '
; LPr.tb&
.e that 11 too leb for them. and .aUf>d.. fbsnqoo, onlyto dll over:,tbat. atew longer' ; with ;ruyeyes over the . of ,tom restdetes have been built and: 'taRnyother.'in gomenyaud wltl cost'I5.0OO.: ..
cloudeameupon "
black .
/1 did Dot dart ta 1noke; because t rmembered eompltcaUol1. loomIngin.jbirnmediai prolre.a ,of'ereet! J f I
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I and bar1 OU "I'an ..
'tb.'rbmocero., and feared ,tutu,.. .put, -
: : JITh.omciaIcOunt.. 'NEGROWisconin .v1lLAGE WIPED .OUT. "
aephkats might wind tb... tebacco 1 baTe.lAld .that'a wind rOle."ithtII. puts put a dIp. I ; '- ;,
tbatthe 1 u7tvth: JQ1'.jQs:but tn'iar. 011 the St > of the 'voteat ':.0.-- p' ''r'
,. and mOoD '
If they should eoDle, m7 sy, '
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',. Ibis ',11144.J 1 the buslaeas' mare,."WearlIIOlDe. ,Well. the.rw1nd..broutbt"ralnCloudJ gave me a iery-"fairnotlon.. 'ofwbat" ; from Jackson th.'lction1ef&. r hmpa j j 1 eit, Jldi Fanin.rs: Objetto: 8Iacic'

.' t ::! ,. along its fraelQ1 bAd"If'. already. for aVttlewbi1e plnlr..\'Vbel1l.the OD. cloud cam.i p:the ; ; ;: ,:14' !e ra'oI:" i '::9rate:31m1tsa:' : ha1f.mile!. orth.( CoIon'' I.Ii 'fhsir' 'Midst.1OrtervR1le { li
Several IJbt ones 'vIl1lage
.t tell to thlnkl D wondering, 'newly' ,organized l"'j
L SO that4.1allots ; ;
ot. tL. alienee.At lessened the light thougiwLthont. ,, terrlfted animals were beading : : :ck, 01 JI.ib east ",;ShOWS. : ,", :c"'lffor' tnh&bianti o ,
fastness 't
'.t the _. ID :Wacon.ln"Ahe!
oblcurinc: $It.. au4siew1wc.. (orhe. kr.llr probabl7' bea ', frOnt 1Dalou.a1d ::113 againstft:" : .
tbe f
moopmenp".n4iwUb :
Jeat. :, confused the darkneq,4or \ ,. ,t whlch' are negroes; .al'; omplete1t
phU11oIlP.botl1'JI rot 1
comlnC;ra
-'p., Ita i:"IDd.t1'the to;I breath whisper:i of J'QOre them,,'ff1'1.r black and cleD'. ; '" '. they,same to the kraal fence they ; nt i idocit.. With ;fewexceptions'election: < th. .lot..r.aJi,, .t :: ,.. are' Uat'rday' nIght.frePortdtha .J'l:

.my.t.rfoki wblel; tsflenc.,, ;;us'began .. ."."' 'J"b.'Arlt; cloud waa email aDd long. het t11rnastde.. Jut .,cjasbed L-* r : *t ek 'break-;: !.:pa.... '.werti':overwbelsnlngiy- \ -u 'Yl1re' 'Wal 'start 4.t,.

-i( d the une behind big aDd broa&ie. thwougbit.q. (; -,. II'> >*" .'., : others. n ID:fnor'of; nei U n:"..aupreern ts' ,lily"fgrrner4w: : aQ loWe"'1neeJl..i\\. they; ,
t1mt.:
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-I ?tnbft"110UdDa that tbr-paJrof : t'henwese fJa'UD nI '100' 'voesfor; the greater ction. t\1bef\ ;J"tlJIWmC'' UP
ke4 J4.. .. ; polling over nearoes; i'

-4 laiq..a*4orest.. more lIke aomfaIutre.some twlI;1 I them a clra4raW'Q'b7 boN a JUo.t comical a 'rerylong h8embllacet . rawboned Irish book.serrint pI .sys- I :---.t ..... :\ Tampa to I against It: -,... - ,a ,D aro'111&1'; 111. .the'' ;rlcln1tr-'JJ' : }.:;

7 .....t 'Yll1O'Q.of a.dreem., Jaoue..' J (To' be eoatt "e4.) I ..."1 )), I ,
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OOUNTBALLOTSGov. ....: 'GREATER. : ,ATLANTA.Plan ,.. . ,WILL: 'BAR,.:NEGBOES. AROUSE L r NcH1.aO.aPI1. ..T.1. a

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,,.I *'"f\ _.:' ' for Kt I ronjrOf City, 'Ulrnlta NewV.Yorkers l4.rriEsd', Mfir,'.,,Man A.sore'lhrocft! is, adangeroii

VterHamari's' 'Adherents"s PIt.PPt"d:to't9Oarby'Aai.1otMunicipal'. ; ; : Dlsfranchisenient Blltp'ssed ders-of '.Women and LKtle,!airts.Three .- :

Council. '. Suspects Badly..Beaten : ; ) malady fT
Mak'Move in .... '. r f '
; Mississippi. ? in Geprgla.Senate.t , bvrtyou: don't> .needio"Hie :

I The extension of the,city llmlt_.,*: Another murderous assault 'wa* .added .' '

.. Atlanta, .and' the purchase. a nen Sunday 'to the police record.of:recent a,>sockf Tpuncl: ..

A PECULIAR PROCEEDING pomp tor the 'waterw rlui department ONLY SIX> ,VOTES AGAINST crime against defenseless wo; '' '
,,
'
I r' neck'to i iBALLARD" it. i
came up before ,the ,City council Mon.. men and girls In ,Ntw 'York.< The, tic*'; .1.-- cure k
t 4 da/ afternoon. tln Miss Ellen lger ,: woman if +db
Houoe Is Concur >,,(was B a
Mea.ure"
Exjxcted and .
Results In'Several
-- Precincts"'in Adam- The .Greater Atlanta scheme wad Wltl Later Qo ta People for of middle age; who was attacked in,
County Attempted'to' Be Probedby > postponed until the year1908.. her apartments in the Bronx cruelly ":''j!'
Ratification of
-Summary It*,
Police, Justice, and Law The purchase ota: pump was Indefl.altely Provisional-; beaten and left In a helpless. stato.'

yen of Natchez postponed until a new special -I *' The woman -was removed to a hasp SNOW
5
.. -, Investigating:'committee! could make a The 'Felder-Wllliam dlsfranchiseinent Ul.where It wa* fqund ,that her 'skull'bad I'' LINIMENT

a report on 'the. waterworks system, apparently 'been fractured,, berg
bill was passed by the Georgia
i. A peculiar move In the MlealsElpptk' So, after many month of'hard work state senate'''Wednesday. by face and hand Iac ra1tifd,, 'and her .

primary election for the nomination ,, and much, talking' about.,an,'extension: : vote of morning more thana a body; otherwise bruised. There was'evidence rill cure. thai t; .'throat' In' short order. 'C\'
31 to 1 This being '
r of democratic candidate for United of the, city limit, and ,an equal amount ; that .the woman, had made' al< I Ballard's Snow Liniment penetrates. the pores, promot'''r., fI.
twothirds"vote>> required to' amend
the muacLoa .
giving
t. lagfreeoir'oulnttonl : '
;
more ioaUoltyv'Cv
of time and From what ; : ; ;:.
speechmaktog wasted abut courageous Jlght.' the POO'lice ,
f andat.te .
States senator officers was the constitution, the bill will be *cut
a, .new pump, both these importantmeasures 'were able to. learn'".from'' her, she 'tw'rr RHEUMATISMCUTS,5PRAINS. BRUISES..
made late Monday afternoon when to the house, and when passed by >
' + were pigeonholed for a was surprised by a smoothfaced stran- S %jUKtlSVOUNDS, OLD' SORBS, STIFF 'JOINTS ,
+t Hon.., Ernest E. Brown,. Pollee Justice while. them for'!'' 'their will.ratifl submitted to the people, fir; 'perhaps fortjf' :years\ ,of age. ':.He I ,t. BURNSAND,; ALL PAINS.' '
atlop. .
: Marlon Rellly and J. H. Beard, lawyer t The. matter! of extension came up faa I was coatless and wore 'an outing shirt
All 'of the senator ''
were :present
+ and followers ,of Governor Vardaman committee of the whole. I when the votes( were cast The six and dark grouser*. He escaped. GAVE INSTANT .RELIEF., lIt, "

' ( attempted to count the ballot cast In' Councilman Terrell, who had beenan me..ure The dangerous tempt r"of the'" people . I','Snow Stone: 'Provw'Utah.wTtteaT **I hare tiaect''Bat1ard...
the several precincts of Adam..'coun: earnest advocate of extension, who voted against, the were particularly In ''the foreign quay. Unimonfc (07 Noaralgrla, Tooth-aoho and Sore .r.rhroa.,.
Senators CrIUenden of the "eleventh which upon o.pplicatioagavo me inafcant! relief.. I can roooaj-v
ty in Natchez. moved that the matter be postponed ten, who had ben aroused by Ihs reportS d
Hawes of, the thirtieth, Lashley of tnend It a* being the best Liniment; I have over oaocl. in ourt .4.
They were couatlng till ballots when until the next council came"In. He the fortieth, Mattox eL the fourth. of attacks upon women and girls pain caused rrom-Neoralgla, etc." l

the chairman -of the", Adams 'county said that he did th'ls' because It was Bikes of the(tenth and Weaver of the was :exhibited Sunday night/ In repeat.ed PRICE .25C. SOc AND. $ .oo *" .tq"

democratic) executive: committee, and< now' too late to' get a charter amend- Instances. A cry that} a strangerbad
for' .
forty-flrs,, All others voted' tho .
.
,Judge Will C., Martin; ,county attorney ment-passed by the legislature. approached a child with familiar I .
bill.
both ,of whom had been'apprised' Councilman- Pomeroy was against a Several amendments were Introduced ity' was enough to atari('a mob. Ballard Snow; Liniment, ':Co; $ ?, f"

of the 'move, appeared before them postponement: He said that to' take a clause Sadie Hamberger; aged eight ieara, '
In reference to the property 500-502 Nor,:th. Second Street;jd < '
,' .and protested against their. action.' backstop now might cause;! the' city' to playing 'In the hallway 'of her' tenement .
.' by,senator Hardman, to 'striking; out LOUIS '
The protestants were reinforced by be unjustly criticised in the face of the'good character clause, and the home In East Eitt r-nlnth': street,, ST.. ,_ -. MISSOURI,1, .rk ."

Circuit Clerk Bowie, who la {ho registrar the reduced' income .from the cuttingoff educational qualification by Senator. late In the evening, cried out that a

of the county' Mr: Brown ad- .of the liquor licenses next year .Taylor and 'to strike out 'the time man had seised her. The .child's' father .- .

'vanced the'claim that the ballots are Councilman' Martin coincided with' limit by ,Senator Boyd All these were seized George, Keahner, a Russian Sold .and.. Recommended, , .by'a
public properly, but" 'ai informed that Council Pomeroy, 'bookbinder; by the throat., The '
lost and point of by SenatoiKelder
on order '
Sale"atROBERSON'S' DRUG :STORE
the returns had not been received by Alderman Holland got the floor and the amendment Introduced by excitement, attracted ,600 men and ,women ' For '

the state exeCutive,committe*, .where- he said that he-was tired of so much Senator ,Dobbs, In reference to white" !. ,' who fought with each other to .

c upon the trio retired! from' the office.'A "hot air." He called for the: previous male citizen, was ruled "not'cermaln." get a chance at :the "tlusalan.. Thirty 'I KISSIMMEE/ -

'Jackson'special 'says: Chairman question,. and a vote 'was'taken. and declared out of order by the'prsstdent. policemen, 'rescued Keahner, bleeding1: ,, ,

F ? "L's. Wells, learning Monday\ night The vote to postpone PCtlpn until '., from a- score of,wounds, 'when all "hi* '

o"f'Uio attempt on the part of several the year 1908) was 13 'to.8. Tbe.me aur,,'waa'paued practicallyas clothing: but hi*f shoes had been torn EIVSE RQTJTL; 3

supporters of Governor ''Vardaman to And' Greater Atlanta was bidden I it name from the senate commute*, from, htm. The'police, wrapped the ;

count the Adams county vote, sent) farewell for a while I and none of its Important '-provisions prisoner. a blanket and hurrltd him

the following, message to all election'. : were eliminated ''11) amendment away, Sadie'* sister ,ccrrpborated'the: 8TKAMER L1LLIB3, 8TJCAUEH! HOSEADA, 11

manager In Mississippi. MARCH OF SOUTH PROGRESS though many 'were' offered Press story of' thee attack.' and 'the' father* Captain Clay Johnson,, Sr. Captain, Clajr Johnson Jr.,

"Williams Headquarters, Jackson, August dent Akin, who favor the bill, did 'sey* that he'raw his daughter: ; In .the Regular >vekly trip'"to Basslnger *'*d return.. Roseada leaves' JUaslsa'

5.Do n'ot let the. dlots or'orlgina'l Set Forth In the G* rgla and .Alabama not vote. .. i grasp of the Russian wee Tuesday morning, and. arrives r.J8Ilmmee'J'rldayey.nlnc.

tally sheet go out of the handsof Industrial Ind.lC.The Patterned after the' suffrage plankof : About the same :time' Hyle Saloda, Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer>obee and :Tort Myere on the Ullle.' .

the lection officers. We have won Georgia and Alabama Industrial tie Alabama constitution, the bill nearly lost' his scalp In Thirty-fourth Comfortable accommodation for pajseagers.._ I k.tS reasonable.- .
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The moat 'plcture.Que Waterway In Florida.,
'' this election-and d For Passenger and Freight/ Slate apply to't
counted out . tered'peDnlea', to< a,. .clrt'f 12! years; ,. : '
: vicious ,
Ignorant, illiterate and negro CLAY:,JOHNSON; 'an:. Proprietor..-
"B, H. WELLS: Chairman." "Twenty-one new Industrial l and : preserving to the white'man the The father, wanted 'to"know''WhY.aD4, Onboard-IJill. ..* Kl..lm1ll ,.Jia.w ,

} lion John Sharp William gave the manufacturing plants to be established : right of suffrage, regardless of''educational .Baloda showed,fight. '?1. I, ,. r'

following to the. press before leaving two new railroads" projected, sixty- or property qualifications. It ., lIe 'slashed about him 'with, a ..pea- -Y+*.*w'!) \C1a '+w4..ew

for his borne.at Yazoo: City Monday afternoon two building,, or substantial 'character: : conforms to the. suffrage :plank of knife, ,/and then knocked ,down a' pot-- rA ' ', "

I, ; t. be constructed, proposed municipal the Macon platform, and meets: ilceman. A crowd of perhaps a 'thou-' ,The Passing' o f the"Strenuous ,

s "I.am going home for a day at leastto improvements to cost over* I300.0C- squarely the' demands of"the/ ,people. and',''person; attempted to'I'1'each'.S.' ' . Is,

rest. I have certainly! been elected, and twentx new corporations wlh as 'Indicated in the recent gubernatorial lode but 'police reserves beat th m '; "

why the opposition does not concede I total minimum, capital sock of $676-,- 'campaign. back and' took Saloda: to the' station. : Lifeto ,

cannot :understand. If there be' any, 750 are consolidated"item* of 'advance I'' The pasage of the ,bill ,Indicatesthe Louis Concalla was the victim of -: .n
,
honest reason for holding back return. reports to 'The Index,, for' the past, prevailing 'sentiment of a ma vlrcumstances... A man and wife quarreled 'I'f.."

L I-- cannot conceive It." '.>v week, 'that illustrate (W'.teAdf de ; jority of, the present legislature' to In One 'Hundred 'and Seventh : lyE.J.Ap/it.to.n.: ,

Chairman Well*. received message velopment "upbuilding in prcgrVs make good their promises to the peo. street, and 'their youthful daugh r' 'SO remember when the bead 'of the ir.tI..
t ....... you : nation. : :
from J. 'M Thomas of Tupelo that' In Georgia and Alabama. The 'figures; ultimate success went out to ..the sidewalk And'.wept.A .) '' >
: ; pie,. It' the
1 P, presage, -I t | J spired,u* Vlth.;the. strenuous idea? 'Wehearc1'at.rea4; the,
been requested to send ,).he though large; are not, unusual.\ The ; passing boy lapped her,, and ran '
he bad of practically all qt the reform leglsla 1 word, and'When'.the.' boy asked.'us.ir ir hat it,meant,.we
I-trballot boxe, nnd tally '.heUI to ,the.- Index '.reports such .figure week after akin! required ,by'' the? platform. and away., The girl' cries and the run&lng.boy J I. i:: .1. cleared ,our throat.and toll ,nlm.not.; ; to' bother; When ,'

''''chairman'.of'the-'State'.executive week.They-explain why the :37 domanded by. the people, and 'showsthat ..rou.ed'the' neighbors, who ,chased , i .lie J wasn't ,,looking .we opened ''the,,dictionary-, found'oat

mittee and declined to/ ompll'. Mr. Georgia counties that) so'far bale sent 'tbe,upper, house or the general the' lad. The boy escaped and Con- ......_ ourselves. ,The we1 became'rampant"*trenuou*:liver.: 'We 1

Wells Indorsed this portion. tax dlgeita to IJw state 'comptroller'sollce assembly 1* in: thorough sympathywith I olla, who had 'out rooted other, pursuer real. and we 'talked_speclally 'we''t sliced the '*treB. ......

show a net gain In property: Value the' present administration: *, wa*' mistaken by' the< mob for .........T' existence. ; we got 'vp-devIUahlyearly.In'tlle: ; ;winter,:P WIfc&'o:
A < ed'ourselves onthechest,, took: coldbathe';:raa slosod', 'a.,
CRIME WAVE IN CHICAGO. ... 15.653,677/) over last year They The bill fixes a* a prerequisite to the girl' assailant '
block "and 'ourselvei to be"President too, some :
was'set prepared days ,. t. f ,, ;
J; : '..1---- .;;\ .:.c I' uplalll;too, why the eyes of the Amer- the 'right* to lvote'acev'taln' requirements ,Overmen}1at. last' Concolla But it.didn't last.T4bebornstseouawI.oateWagg/'IUdllsi! : yo-R .'

{ Onj Day' List Was' Four. Men'Kill.u', lean business world are"upon' Gorgla 'or qualifications; 'which It 1* upon 'and[knocked down add klcked'unm fault,,an4 you'o n't'Ieglthnately.take *ay' orerittifor it.), 't>* stpsiss'eMSprv,. ;'

y, and One' Mortally Wounded."* and Alabama: as neverbefore: In their known,"every" white man 'In'the. sta\q hewas;nearly dead., The police ousncss: is a different thing;' It ,takes lots lot, will, ......-....sl...,.. c...g ... >

scattering tmysterlousrtasaaulta.tlnwhich ? 5 history and why more and more capital "can' meet, 'but which, few of tie 'ne rescued him. after he was dangerously' \ !: there's Ice on:the bathroom windows Just before you pigs tm. A.d Mitt" ,..,. '

four'men wane killed,:!and' an- I* being placed wlth.Jhat which demonstrates groes will be able to comply with. injured." ' strenuousness thrust: it, you overyou.: upon yowls still,anothelltkpg>; n:_' ,.

other' fatally wound' aroused the profitable: investment In the As its name indicate: *, ,It 1* a dlsranchlsenient 'Thl wave of crimes'against: 'WomeJ1and a thing you can't .talk' yourself into- liking for,jny:length: 'o4tlme-nniep( you. j
; children baa reaches a .stagewbere'severe are 'an insurance ,solicitor with''WIDnlnc w" .. i,
.entire Culcai-o; police e ,force to one?. two states ( measure,, and will disfranchise r -' 5 ,
'' of the Ute wore off. You
strenuous remember' !
The novelty : .o'Yon(
Monday, The, ".IeI :l-Colncldtnt with' ,the ,general up large measures are called ..fpryActing .
a
Aetlc action early the negroes or' very. O'Keefe got up later; you turned.little warm water Into the cold for the. bath;''you
time In the affair were: building'isan, Increasing. demand. for per i cent.:of' them. Police' .Commlesloner walked one block In place of teni'ind; the,woodpile grew: Ucbe ooCOTered'lroJ4
tfusarlo Rocco, body-.found 'on the lands of'all kinds and a steady upward In' order to vote a'man' must own late Sunday issued ordarsv directingthat ''neglect-The' Bohemian. '

doorstep of his home, wh.| two'stiletto tendency! of': paces." .. or, pay tax;on' |500 worth of property every aside"all plain clothe,other officer work on and the . .. . . "I, , .
force 1' -
read and write s lay
wounds. ,' 0'- lit able to
Edward i Smith, a policeman! was ASSASSIN, AFTER BUSH. paragraph of: the constitution :of the devote,,himself entirely, to" an attemptto' ,Idleness: : + :

hot and killed by an' unknown man state or the nation. + bring to Justice the perpetrator '

,whfe.| walking a. short distance from Bullet Grazed Had.of Atlanta Man If he canont comply with 'these ', The Parent f' CrimlRBy :
RAILWAY.Train r' 'o
FRENCH
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negroes'canae HORROR. ON : ';
his house.) Recently Acquitted 'In Court. provisions p and few : s'r't

+ .John 'L- Barbour was found 'dead A mysterious attempt .was" made at Is.,entitled to register, and ',vote, It : '
..IlUnol Central track The ike.Is, descended 'from 'any man who ,p'lung."lnt River 'and,')Forty_ yr :
on the Atlanta Monday night about;, ll30; Are Drowned. Dr. Arnold Lorand,, Eminent GermanJIUanlit. 'e' ,
brad bad been cut off by a passing fought In any of the war* In which Passngvr ..." .
o'clock to assassinate Fred Bush\, the Forty passengers' In 'a thlrd class iq,.. -;,. ,.
the Confederate ;
train. It Is believed Barbour. commit I '" the United Spates\ or < .
clrcumstans- man who was charged with sending haveparticipated.. railroad car and the englneer of the
suicide, but there are States the conditioa
ted of'"dementiiAmericana/J'but
CANNOT admit
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'ea that make this doubtfut. a dynamite bomb to Miss JCatherlneilfeCanthyi ", :Lastly. he Is entitled to.re .ter.and train were drowned Sunda7aft"rnoon; +, ;; there la. something '.which. ,ve might lel'J'\l, "'demeaUaTpluU,4 -/-,

,John Xaughfon 'died In the hospital and. after; 'a.tr, l.l; In; court vote- If he has a proper conception ofkill In" a aHroad accident near, Aniters.Fane ':. cratlca." I<;,,Is not exclusively: ,Americanalthough\ >it>maybe '

y 'after/being/ asaulted.. ; by, three "Irangers. !/ was' promptly acquitted\ ;; t duty to. his': state and the 'nation. *,'. .:' 'I more,,frequent here than In- some other! :countries', be-v
bill named The locomotive Jumped the track of the great number of rich men. In the 'l ;
., ''Ai Bush was' sitting. on the, bed. In Under the. .. last provision + i cause > ;country.
S, William Donovan Is dying In, the room\.: on I vyst ret treading' a bo when, very I white man In' Georgia'.will register when"entering- ,the. bridge, over the +ee.., u ...' Idleness In' the children" of the rich. the lack-of: :iprpperoc'

bul'.et: wound from the outside and once: 'registered he ,wlll river Loire.. 'The stone .railing gave ,..."t++. cupatlon, gratification of every desire,for'whatever can';
hospital from a suddenly some one "i
county ;
,\ in the abdomen. Donovan was' found flied a shot through the window, the have 'n* life certincate,,"and will' th+n way 'and ';the engine plunged Into'the .:::::: :,: be purchased, are powerful Cictora'in'pr04l1clnk"crln&lJty.; :
in:the Tnaw "ee the result ,
1n a basement and said'.he had been bullet grazing his head and splattering. bave...'only to pay'' his taxes to. enjoy) river'' fifty' feet,,below, dragging wUa Ing together with heredit ry.predisposition casewe to'nervous disease.Socletyla ofsuch Jactora-1rork-In
it 'the'baggage and third :class\ cars.
byHhrea .men.. of glass, over him, th..rlght. of suffrages'AWAITING such a man la JalL, ,Solitude and '
,robbed pieces I. no 'Way,benefited by putting lack of. oceupatqn 4
i j .. ; _.'would only make his' mental condition: ,wor..., Let him,-undeaJ ...worK and'

\.j"GHT"w' FE ,A BURGthR. LIQUOR. BARRED, FROM 'TRAINS.First LEGAL' ;"ACTION, .. > ROADS' AGREE ;TO YIELD. discipline..:Vlth' nourtehingtooL" : .hsve'a chance to regain ,his''normal. ,(condition./ .'.
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'Atlanta Turkish! Bath. ,Proprietor'Firedi , Arrest and Conviction Under License: *,, Revocation. Case In.,>AlabamaAgainst ./ State' Virginia. 'At Winner. /86 Far, lit 'BHond-Han. Battle Ship for ,Jlo nk. Duchess. Paint a ,.Sign.Th .

i t 'Fatal. Shot at Helpmeet., Newly, Enacted Texas Law, In 8tatu Ouo. ",. Reduced Rats Fight' *, .. _The'.tremendous, Improvement*# ,In : .*Ignboard, ofJaa"; i Ton :at'koseneath -
Southern
c B.' 'Krumbolz proprietor "of 'a The flrst arrest and'conviction under, -, ; Shortly before' midnight Saturday" naval architecture and armament were ;; on the t Clyde, wa painted some i
H." the law making It a misdemeanor to Things', are la statu .quo so'far' as. night thestateoLlclalyinconfexenee': : :: graphically'illustrated' a-tew days ago time ago the'Ihiches of Argyll' to
and ;
Turkish bath' houe barber hop .train In.Texas was the situation ''between Alabama. 'andthe atthe'governor'a la Richmond.Va.ti In England 'when the.,battleship Bans whye away a period: of,tedlou. waiting
drlnk,1llo.uor.ona office ;: ;
the Klm- < built twenty year ,ago' -at a :The, Dvchess I I., of,
atloDecatur street, opposite made In Palestine when! a whlte man .Soutehra, railway! Is"concerned received! a communication, from Parell course ;weU'knownas
cost of tS.S97.210, was sold;for S133.* an artist, and has' for
railwayte: doing:'business Inthe' maaryeara'"ad
'ball'' l house/In Atlanta, Monday night, wa: l' fined; $1g'fot_ committing the offense i..xThe the attorneys of the'Virginia railwaysto' 000. With 'the vessel went two< 119- a atudlo. In .Kolngton'Palace.,

hot and killed his wife, Roselle Krum ,, i.*' ''. state, 'wlthouklicepse' ..and, the: the 'effect 'that, the two 'cent' rale :'ton guns, one 29-ton and twelve:Scinch wher'she spends'many hour*;Ih palnU, + '* ;,
their home 'JM"'(SduthFor -Tbe'p ali-was coming/la on a:Hal ; state :.I* ,quietly"waiting'for aop1' officer would be In effect"on or before October breech.lo dlnc',Sub, The Conqueror ing and.modelingAsa'aculptorSsbe'; t? :
tola, at ; tight/ :
midnight and ;'when ;a 'short..wa1"ou'tOf':;;; Palestine .of thela.; al' he has"A flrst;;with the: condition that' the,matter which coati $2,092,165,' was' knocked ha.great'; ability.; and her" iutor. the ,

-'aythlsTreet; ,shortly, .before : : took a1 drink out'of'av bottle-,ht :to'doNuader'the: }: act". .to ,,effect :an.arV should be taken,' tp the ,court*:.fora down for.$84, 00., The Undaunted, late' Sir, Edgar Boehm.;. thought\..very: U

Krumhola' declared!the' snooting'- ne had In his pocket While he was drink, 'est.. final ,decision, a* to,itsUgaUty.. costing U.280,275 ,.wen .-, for 17.I) O. highly of her; skill., .-London,.Reader,,

accidental!, a* he mlstook-hl* wife for ing a state ranger, who happened, to ''Thla'may happen r'at"any/ "time, aa Throe' smaller.. :vtfsaels; representing' an .jo .,,.

be on-tbe'.Bame': car, .arrested him. the violation;took j>.lac. J.::;6n-'July. ;30.; JOY' LITTLE MAINE, original" Investment .of' "$500,090, Gauplnp.RallwayDSstancea'' '
a. burglar.JUDQB, \ *< "_t _, -, brought V3.300. Owing to a ruling TIow ,frlz 'are1 we front' Qt( :i.cof". '''
of the rfr'ltish lldmiraity'which necitssltate .- asked.'the,,'passenger,:;plucking# "'at the
/ WpTJProhls :
'THKOTTLEB'ARKANSAS. tofsPENSARY.' ''A "' -TOrREfrfAIN . Over Qeorgla, Prohibition BUI-Tern..tJ" : ,. ': ;
of
A these
-MOVING FOR,. } : \ the, breaking up vex sleeve-,of- tlteoonduotor''cs'thid,"; : 6ffl-' <
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--- .t "1 ; ." ,, \ ; *:-Folk'"ubl1ate: : eels ,In :England, .sevtral' third-class alai pasaedbint.s: \ f G
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State 'l* : ., \ .Already! Enacted., P"/ MainTemperaBc. ,, : of picking up a' navy at,bar.In"prc" witch nd.a'.vraahout.-
Rights Rall'rpadi'' : \ o Bul'n Wednesday of!,the''' answered' the;
of a : fKeep }p i Booze **. Wnite > New'TorkJust World:
'r'A, Montgomery: dispatch .l.rs; I Socletyalf( "Old1' Or bard;'.a 'telegram i conductor jisstenlng on. lIA'bllai1I14/;;

judge, 5Ysndeventer\ .fat the ;;federal ,It )ii'1 generally"reported In, Augusta.Ga the, prohibition bill has been taken from I ' J ,
,
,circuit court;, at' Sti ,Paul JHonday- .. 'thatcret'arranemenl'i,* are beJng "-" an adverse, report --In* the, honse.f; It .Is' anent was.Trecelved of1'' : by the 'Ueo'rgt .a .liondred, jrears, ag o the}iflrst \1' 'r
.' r 8VaIQI 'g' ords( made tabisa. ..dispensary In well understood that lt l/ to : thepassage ; evangelical missionary' went, frorj L: ,'Tb* proposed NeiiitorkAga JPaaJcw'csbUr
sued' temporary)) ,to e a : anti \be .Ieglslaturesof nprohlbltoryhquot'! ; : fa-; England to:'China.;: .His"Dame ,'was will be 2200 mile In
prohibiting'the secrettry ,..of'state jol t North 'Augusta,,'just';a ros.sth. dyer, [passed ..this :'sessionh:: -uuot : : ; fep "Morrison h remained ;l ,' aesgtkThc-
; A;,pta7er.; aDd Pai eV'lceltu ,Robert :'. ',. :.:M; cnlyi; Intermediate. statlouwutrtn'at; .
Arkansas' from; :'forfeiting ,the right oj! In 'So th' Carolina, tifom' the fldt3ti; of- ., force' have' gotten ''local"! 'bptj on''byCOunUeUiatriney',11 >> was ta 'Jrrogrw *t">the Atlmofc .;wa .,.....ra.Uanslatect.:. th.,'.,BU>l..
":tae Cblcago,'.n ck,.island itbe Paclfls4dt :Augusta, .whlcb'.wJH l.l.ll""J. dtT;': Tl1: : >lnli.will' put.lU*. h nked,.!lnojtn{ 'etlng, of\.gtn rat> 'coo- wrote- 'a" Chinese v gramcn.:\,- */extend ;I the:;

t 'a1&0-"-"t '.- : buslnes' "ttatel: prohibition goes Into,, effect, on Jan,,, L I.satooma'Oct' of business- ;-gradually' gratulatloB: ,,., "f nd,,, dictionary. ....ot 4595 tlaceJ .,: .- V'..-; ? h<

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Though a successful practitioner a.. C'SC' O'LA. ;:
FRIDAY.
PUBLISHED JCVEBY:
(I the bar, he possesses Lt.eJudlclal ternperameatto "THE.INN' : 1;

,Offca'In' .Valley bazette. Building.XMSlJOfEC ., a "hlcbmak.
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.* him absolutely, impartial, and
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\: OSCKOLA OOUNTT. be would be governor of.all the peo' I PHARMACV.IS

T1 n '&: ,<.;;;.. .._ pie of the State, and not of faction
.. H. 'HARRIS Editor sad Prop'r.8UBSCJUTOON He 1* not the candidate of any fae
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,r tide or Interests, and if elected would '
takehi' eat in the Gubernatorial. THE D n't' forget us when in S
: RATES cnalr untrammelled.by promises, factional Now for the Reception of Guests
t'', ,0t..Dr. asr sr,............ ..... ..........100 alliance corporation influeooet. Open ,
OavenprZetK monttu. ,.....<.............. Ia or 0 LEADING. need of Anything "
.l' >aeeopy.tfcre. Esaur........ ..j.,...... .. . '
t' w 100 ". :. ..,. Mr. Browne began me. poor in the Beautiful City of

AD ...........ttaea, except from ear aothorieata young man and worked a* lighthouse DRUG in the Drug .
:"'-"4 .rre.p ,moat lie......lot 1M w.lt keeper at one of the reef lights to earn S' : S
r . will not be _...... .slay the his lecal education
p, cased torateitar graduated STORE Line.. ;
and In law from the :
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KISSIMMEE FLA
I since which time '
Po.toAo.In University of Iowa ,
ilk b..d at the . K___Fta.as the practice of 1 "
he been "
has engaged --
,all 4cJ.s..rn.retr.Friday . ,I,
his profession,' and by Industry, pru

August, 9 1907. tow dence in and comfortable good business circumstances.ability I* g;_fl Bottle ol ""6rbln6" FREE to (Every Customer. ,t..

In due time he will make declaration ,
of his position on the political Issue !

t: LAW. of the day. and will make an' active - -. --
; IMMIGRATION aDd thorough 'canvass of the State. :
-Key, West Citizen. TERMS:
' .State Institutions for Higher Education. ..
/ Child Pal.nllve.r rl
: a; Our attention has been called to a ream i *

r ; [law on lobe .....tute.book. of Florida cr" ...- do children 'who aresufferingfrom JI $2. to $3 per-Day., '
'''' Which was paused. by ,the 1 legislature- hunger.. Such -I. the '

''Af 1893 and which.* In view of the cause of all babies who cry and are University of the State of Florida Florida Female College $IO to ,$'4 pert j Week. '
treated for sickness when they f .
clamor for immigration legislation at GAINESVILLE FLA. TALLAMASSEE.FLA.,
.. really are suffering from hunger. '' '
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Meal Tickets Meals
? ', TbeHcent session. of the lawmakers, This i* caused by their food not A high grade institution for young A College for women, without a par I. $10.

e J hould prove of interest; This law being assimilated but devoured by men, offering; Literary, Scientific, Engineering allel in the South, embracing a"College

.; permits the 'establishment of Immigration : worms. A few doses of White's Agricultural and Fedagog- of Liberal Arts, a School for \. .
Cream Vermifuge will cause them to Teachers a Schoolof Industrial Arts,
cal Courses.
bureas by the counties, and oease crying I and begin to thrive at a School of Fine Arts, including
tiTJ provides foe raising the necessary. once. Give it a 'trial. Sold by Strong Faculty] ; well equipped.Lab piano pipe organ violin voice culture '

", ; funds for operating the same. Robersoo's Pharmacy 'I oratories; thorough Instruction, both elocution and physical. cuture. '
Is of theoretical and practical, careful *u- faculty Of able specialists in all '
the
Following1 text: the law: I
c The county commissioners the various Methodist and a Mason. erviaion and discipline; high moral departments<< Harry W. Th1..1rIrl an

counties of Florida tone.No TUITIOl'tFREE. Charges for special ft
in the'.owners, may. wben of Sam Jones, the late evangelist, told tuition charges to Florida, stulentn. -.' instruction in fine arts reducedto
w' requested a majority of writing the assessed by lands of the following story in the course of a . Other expenses'') very low; a minimum. New buildings In PROPRIETOR.

ie their county: establish a county bureau sermon: Hefore I was a Christian I For catalogue and other Inforitia- course of construction, Write for .

"+' '' .immigration, which bureau near learned this one' I thing wa ,away and from I want home you and to lon address catalogue.A. / x -r--'? &-r.:!< -r,! ,,!4-r.-! a ball consist of the chairman of theM
was robbed on a train. I had all the Pres. . .
.. ANDREW SLEDD. Pres. A. MURPHREE -
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)() of county commissioners and -- -- --- ---- ----------- --, --. ----
of both friend and -- - -- -
money my myself.
tone member from each election die-<
He did not have and they
any got
funre octl
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.trict of the
The members county.from each election d I.- mine and we got off afc a station.
: That was when. 1 was. a sinner Lie: John ,B. Stetson
trict shall be selected the registered i
; + by ( was a steward in the Methodist church UniversityFOUH ;
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voters of the various election
t 'districts In such' manner as they may and inner.I was just a plain, common simple rm: Dt } 0 ijiiFALPAnthNSDon't : f.

r 'prescribe. .
When off station I COLLEGES AND 7 7DELAND
we got at a FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. 't.
Upon tbe adoption of the resolution"by
stayed there a minute or two. Il,< (
', the.-county commissioner "ItabUehiolr said, "Sam, I wonder If there l is a ;\h. FLORiD ,, i'y. .
,..w county bureau of' linojlfrratiOD onlntown." I said, "A Mason.'' .

publication, they shall la some give newspaper notice of same of the by do He you said, want"Yes."with I ,said a Mason, "Well?"what!>.. Buy Old Time Patterns.-- Affiliated With University, of Chicago.

for
'county four consecutive weeks In
r ,'which notice the said, "I can get some money if I can College ef Liberal Art..-The .tandaM. are Ihoee of the University of Chin eo. Blet-
registered of ,
voters find Manon." I-said "Ain't on'&graduate receive their degree, from both Hteleon and Chicago., see the Chicago ant"HtelMtn '
a a
r you ,
&be various election districts shall be catalot" -
r requested to elect their members to the Methodist" He said "Yes. I said", Get the Ladies' Home Journal Coli..o. Lav.-tiraxlnatea of thla College'.ro admitted to practice law la Florida1 with.. J; 't'
"Why don't Methodist? out examination. ;
bureau and you tro to a ,'
4 to certify the names of "0 shuck," he said, "I will go to a Exclusive College)of T School of Mechanic 'Arta.-l"b..leal. Civil ElectricalJfnglueerfng *.
the parsons so selected to the chair' patterns.. styles perfect- 3Jnusikralnlns
'+ of the board of Mason." And be struck out and in a equipment. .aa deareea. Tine new building cosur'ar,
commta-
nan loner within sixty: day county of the day few minute. came back and I said fitting thoroughly up-to-date. You College.of ........-.liinklng In all It. brancbet. Bookkeeping; by best _..tho4a.8honh.od .'.'/
of publication. .ID the event any' district "How did you come out?" "All oommodloui bulldint.Prepsr.tor7 . Elective courses open In other Department, large Faculty and

4' a districts' shall fall to make did right," be said, "I"got it" "Who can get these at our counter. M1c .Aad..i.-tinduam...prepured,,.. to enter Harrard, Yale, Prlao.tooColueu. ,
election, the selection shall be made you get It from "From a Mason pattern IR <;hlo.K ;
>< by the board of commissioner. said. Sam, If you want togo Normal said Model School._I. KlD&ergarten. In It. own building !. Primary ana,
at their regular meeting county : to bea>en you join the Methodists, Price : 10 and 15 cents.. flramnor teacher School in .separate building. Tbeae schools eapeelally prepare. Publlq Brboot'*'

l The members of the county,bureau but if you want a hold down here Meat School.-* 10.000. pipe"organ, a down pianos, separate building, large lacnl ltr",
join the Mason" So when started thorough ooorae of.wd)' -
of Immigration shall bold their offices Art School.-New itiidlo.eoetly cats, models etc. "
+ for the term of two year. They shall In I'jus'joined both and tonight I C. "W. DANN 8tetmu b.. a faculty of 41 pntfenon and In.trnptora.. They hold degree, from 'ba' .- '
'f also elect their own chairman, secretary am a Methodist. and a Mason, and am ally,,of Cbl....... Harrard. Yale. Vanmoutb. Columbia Toroala. Wake roreet, Loul.rllle. Bow. '
t 'l, andrea.urer., and shall be, authorized getting along well for both worlds.Exchange. .-* Utrecht, Bucknell. Unle.alty, Mlrhlgan, DenniMtn and oth.r OnlTerelUea. There are
Phone orer 1-'tUO.00II wIn bulld4pge and eqtilpm.o; nearlv a quarter of -million dollar endowment >
FLA. '
14KISS I M !IEE ;
r 1 to employ a county agent of an endowed library of over 13,000 volume; a beautiful chapel with ooally farnl.blngs, loclud-;,;
w Immigration ,whose salary shall'be . leg stained glaaa window.. toll p tinting,a IIO.VUO pipe. organ t a tiymnaal.m with oMnple4 i

\, s 1Id by them'which; salary shall be Don't Grumble ,apparMua. : an enoleied Athletic Field, running* other track..tensile...... oourta, baaebajl diamond sod
; aM :
.ion.sawr.toIeiforOhlemistry aeparal men ,
paid out of the''fund..hereinafter to be when v your' -'-'joint ache, and you women *+ PhTnlm." ._rioIOll7. Mls.rodiojras Blolotyt, l
.pec1 ad. _" ..'oral\large munenma and ihope:electric llirhu.electric be.....ateaa ,
4 suffer,, from -Rheumatism. Buy a R.. L. HARRIS, M. D. J.' 8. MC EWAN.HARRYS' ., roeda broad heat eemeal walka abeil
df.f No member of the county bureau bottle of Ballard's Snow Liplment and avenuea.apaeloni e.mpu..hrubbry' and treea; sod.IIWr.ry, muileal and other ,
.tod.ou'clubs dhrl.u.n
star .
: ecLu"'cou.1 and ,ncH.iecl rta teaching. 'Theloo.tlosIs.
of Immigration shall receive any sali get Instant 'relief. A positive cure SANITORIUM. beautiful and healthful, and the..JNlD_are low. .i

Il, all, except: the treasurer, .ho ...sal* ,for Rheumatism, 'Burns, Cut, Contracted For catalogi, *le"a-olden and Informal*). ddreas. tbe PreiUlenU ,1.'

i "rr shall not exceed fifty dollar*. Muscles, Sore Chest etc., .....:.r ;;,;

Whenever a county bureau of immi- Mr. L. T. Boggy, a prominent merchant ,ORLANDO, FLAA .. LINCOLN,HULLEY.. Ph. D. Lltta D. LL
ratlon is established in any county, at Willow 'Olot. Texas, pays .
I. the county commissioners 'of said that. b6 finds Ballard'a Snow Linimentthe DiLAND, FLA.4 <'
Privat- Institution built and with
equipped all modern
county shall levy aa an annual tax best he ever used. Sold. by
sot exceeding: two cent per acre upon Rober on'. Pharmacy. 'conveniences for Surgical work and the care and treatment of .
p, aril of the assessed lands of the county, the sick.Terms. ;
'gF'VrSP.W
that land, covered Y"Y.7r'Y!- 4'vP gY'1FtPvP"
providing! by
wa-
r'.F'ti"tFiy
*er aoaii not oe *.Dbjec0 tnii assessment Reasonable. Write for Particulars. .71

: and providing that fractlooal r Osceola" County I 1 !It. ",NORTH. .' \KISSSIMMEE.. '. PHONE NO. 8:, if
part of an acre shall be subject, to }
levy of two cents fraction Said J .t. : : .
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tax: shall be collected per. in the same Abstract .. C:. : Griffin ";

.. manner as ether taxes ;and shall be Company Moooooeoeoo R' W. j 1"lFancy
\ turned over by tbe county treasurerto G F. I{ :E.BJ3 s-; "- '

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the treasurer of the bureau of 1mJDtKratloD f 't'<-
:' i a* soon a* collected taking S. H.',BULLOCK.I MANAGER. w. L..Van DUlor & Co. A'1TORN.V-AT-LAW.: .1
.tberefor receipt of said Groceries'
tbecouaty bureau of immigration.treasurerof '. L_ I t. -, _-.- .... t Office in the Court House-Kis- It Family j.li : !.
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t ,, 'The treasurer of the county. bureau Real estateTitle. . simmee Florida. .
} of Immigration shall enter into a bond examined: and reported on BROKERSREAL i Fresh Meats. .
with two or 'more curette for the Taxes paid for non-residents i With whom will be ansoclated In the ,

f ,,*ailM snob amount a* be toed the "
may by 411. f
drawn .
'carefully ESTATE
y, iw'" ;county bureau Immigration. Massey & Warlow, of ....AA........,....AA A.......AA..A.Jo8i< :

s,< The treasurer of the,county bureau Correspondence Solicited. 'AND INSURANCE' Orlando _ __ aIIa.,1
', of immigration shall make semi-an- "' \ ,

M tl Ji. ommiiioners anal report- of the the board amount of received county jinl os-lyr' oococooooooooooooooootP WE KEEP COMPLETE LINE OF THE BEST .
NUBIAN
- TEA
by him and, for ,what. purposb expended. .. ,
-$' .' Lf .A.--.tIIIIuAa.-" : ... ; ''*
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J, 'Tbeoounty bureau of immigration '."

.+whalli.hav, authority to, expend: tbe ,M. :TILLER .. CITY BARBER SHOP II WHISKEY i't
fund entrusted to their WINES AND BEER. \
care only for 4 ,
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.4. ? the purposes of Inducing bona Ode ,.Rea'i Estate Agency .t

'_ettler to their county and .shall > Now Open for Businessin
,cause their chairman on the first Keeps
day 'M-----Naa.NatRealty '
of January' of each and every year to Patrick's Old Stand. '
..t publish In. some newspaper in the bought end sold. You Well WHITE ROSE SALOON

Jo county for four consecutive weeks the Houses rented. NEW CHAIR __ ,
i, amount of money received by 'the bust 'Taxes .
f" eau. and for what purpose expended. paid and 'Titles verified 'NEW: RAZORS t
} t The county commissioner shall for non-residents. i .

a' 1 :sween requested in writing by the ownier ;- Fire, Life. and Accident Insurance NEW EVERYTHING It' Is an I. :s: NE'ITLES & CO.Orla.aa.ca.0..' -:

_ :, h o; the majority of tbe assessed : r ,
land of the county,' abolish the

s county bureau of immigration;. Prodded u, Indemnity Bonds.LAWE . .. ...Satisfaction Guaranteed... Weal Phone :Lee XTLo*..

that the county bureau shall .. --........ .......... .
not be -
aboll'hedwlthla
two years of Remedyfor --
lu establishment. 0. NO V.' ,
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MALSBY' MACHINERY
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Jefferson B. Browne Can Constipa- .
,pfd adidate. International Harvester Co. p A. VANS AGNEW.. + oo.r.n.cw.or. .lACKeONV. LLR51L*.' ,
.- tlOD Lees Dlataree Phoae 874. 22 Oceasj 8t......
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;.w,t ',.will be that candidate Hon. Jefferson B. Browne 1 I AND' NOTARY PUBLIC IndgesfiowBllloaa( and Boilers; Sawmill,; Woodwork-, ,
a for Governor1 of The "'
+p" Best on ,the Market: We klSSlMMEE InK Machinery and Uupplle. Com-
1 Florida at the next: Democratic .. FL'A plot line carried In atook.. Liberal'' ;:,i
.nariee, and to f
assure his "
prl'l term.
Write
for
i e!, throughout State. that be will pines' . State agents!r for the Olds oataloffue.Oaa and, I It
f tbe undivided support of the. Democracy i.M..WlL '- O..olIs. ;;J
of Mouroe county. : on'yourfarmrw.L.'Van'. I. S.O t Jig. :nessandDyspepsia 65Rlns "'

Mr. Browne la a native born Flor- I < -i ". -k ,
'141_. Hi father 'came to Florida! ( NOTARY .PUBLIC..< l t\\

iA t.. from Virginia ia 1830, and was a member -! Duzor & Co. -fr- I STATE ATLA.GK."S wox .. : ",' .MACHINERY I 't

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of tbe St. Joseph's Con.entiou-.Ial '' .* .. ,
,1838 which framed the Constitution ReaiEstate'Agent. 4' .

f i' .tinder which Florida 'was admitted into I, 'Why Fret and Worry- KISSIMMEE. 'S 1 .N,
e the Union in 1545. .HI. mother I u'. FLORIDA,, .
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was It U ( th.IJvse
good for KldDeach i
; when child'has severe ,&0
5 born In Augustine in. 1825; I your a cold. Bowel
ana Blood. .'
+ In convention, Jn the Senate In I You need not. fear pneumonia or It takes the calomel- RO COLLEGEWINTER
t i8tl and '1893, and onbe' Railroad' other'pulmonary diseases. .Keep place'of.,' .and leave
t U I"I Uft BO bad aftereffect*, J Ir'
r;mCommlMlon Mr. Browne has been on supplied with Ballerd! Horehound 1m I' FIIEICH Fty lEIIwMM It'is needed in the 'hummer'Fall .
.the aide of'the people, but hi* tsar ne Syrup. positive cure for Cold., !' PI L u4 Waster Spring ad l # .
i 8.a by Men. Women ,a a- '
b! .Bd""'Impartial 1 ity, hIS'OOUl'iIIt8"'and Cough,.Whooping' Cough and Bron-. u..-a.--res.w.aw _ CbiUren' :; 'PARK.'FLORIDA., 'sT :r
Ability have shown that',,be .1.i .not1partisan ,a cbltl . '" rrMa. It psiatible-eve $ you are looking fora Firsf
; Ball 9P !'I!:.:_.=:. I- I*extremely children ciass IestfeuUon of
rt "r or a demagogue. Mr* of Sioux, S. ;'D.:, write: like I \ located well Learning,essy of aocewinieff .;
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I bottle endowed.
',Be 1* a gentleman of the old school I "I have, used your wonder ill. Bal. =.. ns.trar..wwrrmtrw ::.r.o- &;;;- : Bay(, a, from .College is the plae. ','J, m.lnt.aln. and thorough) equipped. RoJlhd. 4n()

1 1 ''. onrt*ou. in.U>. extreme, of scholarly lard'*, Borehound' Syrup. ; on my I_we.sr.t..- 5..._...&a-.i. I Art Expression: Modern Languages, Business High Grade *,Academy,' Mnlc.. ; .1,
.-4. cultured mind ,and I if children for five yeare..its' result .r < liw.MM'S' .Pharmacy Boarding fscWtie.good and : aDd 8teQOItr.PbOu..*.*, fA
ellpen. light.
'.-.ed.WUI.raak. : with..those rover have been wonderful.' Sold by. ; ,. .ter .port" :For full Partlonlsn and, JSSiJaa. *'field and w*.. 1!
'..aara of- whom. .florid.a- feels:,,Jastl/ Roberson'_- *- 1 Pharmacy, > <, For Sale "v''oscth I>;Pharmicy. ) 1CISIIMM.JgIr! ,: '"" .. : room ioll' address': ; ,tpriadacio ;'
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she Klsslmmee Valley (Gazette Phone your wants we do the running Straw. hats at and below ,cOlt, atpanns. I figured .lawns at cost sti KATZ's. I SIMPSON-DUNCAN. county and is aridnpyoung barrister
'. and real estate ' '
,, New Idea Patterns 10 coots, at H. man.
;, KIRSINWEE DRUG COMPANY.LadyElse's I The Valley Gazette'Jolns their mauyk'friends '
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See those Matchless American ,c. Stanford Co. .
TELEPHONE NO. 11. Pretty Cbnrck Weddlag BoI..... in wishing the happy young
Shoes for women and Beauty Corsets, af H. C. Stanford Co. Dr.wd.J. .
'Mr. -
High Levl of Whlttler ,ls fixed couple every prosperity ID t.b.trJourlley
shoes for
Walkabout mert.
Wednesday Morsusig.A .
grade shoes at low prices. Call and R. S. Floyd d+ Co. I. agent for the spending the week-in town through life.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY see them at the Cash Store. White Star Laundry, the best in the Remnant sale, 'for cash only' ..tKaLa' beautiful marriage ceremony was .

F. H. LAWSON.Mr. state y ., beginning Monday AUf 12. solemnized) at' the Christian .church Patronize: home industry by .getting!?

w.OFFICIAL. B..MAaiR/6.. __ Homer Cromartle who has Mr. R. D. Libby, has'-entered suit AH figured lawns at cost at KATZ'8I.ewl. Wednesday morning\ at-11 o'clock, tory.your bottled Call up soda 126 from and the your home ord-tae., ; .,
the Atlantic Coast Line for which united' for weal or woe' the :
been relatives in North against will be filled '
visiting Hall has purchased Rev.B. destlnis of Miss properly i tM ",
Geneva
the killing of a fine stock bull. I Allen Simp
WBATHCR.REPORT. Carolina for the past two months, lltf. 'J, A.. L4.CAR'I'tIIIU ,
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II-Guy's ef and
place west town.Mr. eon Mr. Barry C. Duncan; :
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returned to his home on 8blnaJeCreek 1 ' i ii, i i.i j '
A.z. temMrctu*for week eodinc Tkur.dH .- Mr. John Johnston has sold to The church had been profusely '
.t
Williams of A.bt.on'wen'
last week. up to The COW. Nulsana. ,
M tV'
alue4' ) Pfann & Slngletarv 440 acres of fine decorated with evergreens and ,hot
V/ Palatka business.
I At the meeting of the.Town Council timber land on Johnston's Island. Wednesday-......" on. plants by tbe friends of the bride, and Mr. Editor t ,
vier I"I-} night the clerk was instructed Cash Remnant S ale,- beginning presented festive appearance that : IOri .
JiIIu. : Tuesday Henry 'Fearnslde the barber has'returned As this question has become, .
Monday 12th at KATz'S.Messrs. .
August in
was altogether keeping with the .
to have all electric lights cutout "
of
free
--L- from his vacation and is occasion. fight, It might: not be amis
in future where consumers were in again on duty at.'the City Barber P. A. sod'Frans: Vans for a woman to have something to1
,, .. .10 the for much a* six Promptly1 at the appointed hour '
"Frida" g 7i arrears city as Shop. Agnew m.de" business trip to. Arcadia , say,' especially as we women '...
Mrs. L.:
Saturday .. .. .2-1 weeks. this week. W. Van Duzor who presided the
sufferers. :
among greatest
.
'8a 110 ,11JiII..sa. Clerk .. at'the struck the
of the Court Duncan and organ up 1
.' sY ::m Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Floyd and Owing lack of space,, ma-ay matters famllllar notes of the march No one living In tha.lower part ofour
wedding
., 98 ,. wife or.Ta arel, were in town Wednesday needs be what'nuisance
.....-IQ ".... .y' 110 74Taurd.r children of Peghorn and Mrs. T. N. 't.o witness the marriage of of. interest to our readers' are and the minister, Rev M; A Co. city this to has !HI" Farr and children of St. Cloud, came their son, Harry, to. Miss Geneya crowded out of this issue. saboom took his position' In, front' .of it'seems to ret thing worse.. No become one 'would'an*,
in the Belt Tuesday morD'ID& the. altar.
on Sugar Simpson.Mr '
All summer' dress
goods tbe
except object to Inconvenience ,
and,went up to Orlando to spend For a moment all were on the q,1 deem
. white and solid colored lawns ,
---- - the. day ; agent. J. R. Donegan purchased the- in price at K4TZ'S. of short. The ushers necessary to 'supply the milk and1,
H. H. Matthews, of Mulberry was stock of' sheep of S. O. Barber of .John J. Padgett'moved. his, family Messrs. Edgar. Kate (and EugeneBryan butter for our citizens bat'. it'I lane .
in town Wednesday. Holmes reports Orange county -- fair to turn our streets Into a pastor.
to Pine Castle this week, where i be entered and marched down
his father and mother both in and have them polluted as they are.
"Ti1E LOCAL .FIELD.
has a'meaLmukea.. either aislethe stalwart
roml.neo'cltlzea opened and
Mr. K. B; Raulerson' a groom
bad health which newt will be received Yesterday ... I counted seventeen -!
and cattleman of St.,: Lucle I his best man, Mr. George Calhoun,
: sio.Dt
their Mr. C. of Jacksonville .
with and oat
regret, by many Harry ; of dry cows two year old ,
Tampa, following down the,
friends here. county.J spent several days In the spent a few hours in .town cOli' and the beautiful brideand her right, congregated. M tbelr usual resert, I.,
cltv this week. maid
business Wednesday evening.. front of house
eve our They, were'
the Kltslmtnee of bettor Miss Louise Makloson
Having purchased 'C, G. H....; champion piano salesman -' Mary* drlten off but t.beSrplaoea, were .....
'.Wade, the Tuner Orlando. Bottling Works I am prepared Mr. Charles Graham was marriedto marcbIDg'.lo"I c1owD the left aisle. "'"
filled by others. Not ,.of'&bea' :
of the Slate: accompanied by his :-one
' .. promptly supply bottled soft drinks. Miss Emma HUdea-ard.'' LladATeo Arriving at the altar the bride and
Mrs. E. L. Lesley spent the day. InJando Phone 126"'and ,out' orders will receive estimable wife spent a few days.. here at the home of the bride at,. Silver 'groom took their places and :the will give milk for some time to"""':.: -
should.theowners
Tuesday. prompt attention. the early part of the week Palm, Fla.,, on Wednesday July 31 minister pronounced the lOiemn words stock Why be of this

11-' J. A. Lancaster. White Star Laundry,. R. S.' Floyd which united them for life- using the &llow84t.o pasture testr
L Embroideries and Insertions"a Frank: Brown of Campbell .w beautiful ring cattle. on ttwMmelf to .the rttsissnalor*
C. Stanford Co. Miss Sallle Overstreet went up to &. Co. initiated Into 'the mysteries of. Lb.Lbe t..1 The bride was ceremony.very: beautiful' Ifr a' of the ublld? 'If we asw ** live .. i iHie .

Maltland Monday to spend the day See our 5. 10 15 and 25 cent counters rank of Knight handsome travelling milt of oo *2LwW to MM }
3tr: room cottage for rent or sale with her sister. She was accompanied at the Gash Store. You can get Friendship Lodge on Wednesday navy !t' _=
and
ply to. Mr. A. K. De tdeD. 22-tf. little nephew and blue broadcloth the groom was to be ''
by her many useful articles at a very .low evening I I faultlesily. attired in a conventionalsuit r w a wbT rM, ;
niece, Murray and Lois each why not these a.Ue -or their owners? '
His Nettie Hodges started her Overstreet price( and a present with purchase. G. A. Worley. Esq., of Miami .black. ; "
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ol at Shingle Creek last Monday. and Vera Myers, .. against whom disbarment proceedings !.I As' the bridal party reached the ,-.*,

' ., SAL-A' good Jersey milk For Rent.-Six room house in good I Rev". Mr. Galloway, pastor of the were brought some days ago vestibule of the church after the FOB lCzi1Two eottages in.O'KeaT'
R location' at-this office. has been .'exbonerated and the ceremony: Mrs. D., C. Lee deluged
L. E.DABBEAl1. I Apply Baptist church of Orlando accompanied case IT Osborne :.ddILloD-one flve-roon. ,
the bride and with shower of
estimable' dismissed. groom a
by his wife visitedthe
Ir.; Bishopof. Clearwater, IsIftlng Mr.Messrs.'andMrs.J. T E., and L. J.D. L.Overstreetand Reaves family of> Dr. M., J, Hicks the For,Rent Sebtember 1-The house rice which caused them to make a and..one. three-room.W. 3U VAN' Apply DOZOB to A, -

., bit daughter, Mrs. J., A.lew. called to Orlando Monday on early part, of the week., Mrs., Cal- now occupied by Dr. W.-L. Wlnn In hasty retreat their carriage.. .. \ Cow .,

; .i ikrs were business connected with the settlingup loway is niece I of Mrs. Hicks.:,,\ South. Kisatmmee. Apply to. J.- P. of The Dr.party J. W.then Simpson retired brother to the of home the ,.Oow'f Be ,,.Biwa: .

D. M, Breaker has returned' of the estate. of the father of the The Ladles Home Journal Patterns Fox 409 Tyler. Street: .Tampa. Fla., bride where they were entertainedtill and loose all I, ,[.interest: .'when befp..fs r
this office. 32-tf
a visit to relatives in South Messrs Reaves and.MrI. Overstreet. do not waste material, at Da'nn's.' or ;
Electric the arrival of the 1 ,p. 'm.' train, within reach. Herbine will n>ake> t
The Light Committee of the
jllna.; Ladies liblrt.'w.: .t.a at a big reduction iou will find Dry Goods, Sheet, which was'to carry them to Tavares, that liver perform Its. duties properly J..
H.' Lawson' is alyIDaaw.., asnt at DaDo'.. Notions, Hardware, Oraniteware.. City Council' have had circuit lobe streetlights from the home of the groom.Here a' large J. B. Vaughn Elba, 'Ala.. writes
the put on a leeperate number of friends and well-wishers .'Being' .' constant sufferer from
| with every purchase at Tinware, Glassware. In fact almost
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Our good friend Dr. Jno. E. Ennis, the private lights In order to a.oldbunlDA' ; '
gathered to bid them goodbye, and constipation. and disordered '
I Store.ssrs everything at the Cash Store, and geta a 'liter/
of invaded sanctum the street '.lights 'on moonlight -
s Narooossee .our present with each purchase.F. wish b.m. happy voyage on the'ea I have found Herbine to be the ,bees '
E. A..and HenryBarnes Monday,, while we were temporarilyabsent nights;
H. LAWSON. of, matrimonT. medicine, for these troubles, .on. the:
isday for a visit to relatives' atold and decorated ours desk with At a meeting of the directors of the The bride is the only ''daughter, of market. I have used ,It. constantly- t
Kentucky home. a couple of fragrant Havamas. The Dwellings, for rent apply to M. Kisslmmee Lumber Company held rapt J.-'.W. Simpson and is veer I believe. to bathe best- medlotne of -
Moore, Henry Stanford and doctor Is a natural born philanthro Tiller. here yesterday It was decided to purchase much admired both ;for her attractive its kind,and f. wish all suQererei

oIl spent a day or so seeing the pl... J"? R. Donegan manager of Deer .the mill and timber of the personality and beauty of character .*. these troubles to know the good'that,; 'g

i of Tampa this week.' Fresh stock garden and flower seedat Stock Farm brought up from the Newm WUlID.k.J Lumber. Co., 'and whIM the groomis a, son of I Herbine has done me." Sold'by'
establish their new mill ..where that Clerk of the Court Duncan of Lake RobersOn's __
h. *. children the Kisslmmee Drug: Co. pastures of that I' och. on the St. v ' \ Pharmacy, :! -
and
A. A Simpson
100 bead of fine beef cattle and mill now,atalld. .
i up from Dania to attend the An unusually large mimber{ of the Johns " - . ,
A useful present with : -
in
them hs at
placed | pasture Wayside everyjpurchase
,', . a .Blmp OD pnarrisge. members of, Orange Blossoms Lodge town where will be from al"th. Cash
I IohI.fJ&r I F. Ac A. M. were present at the near they DTecentt-np7;; iI ', .:BARGAINS IN.1 : -
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J. W., Thompson ,and Mule regular communication Monday night, I handy for market Store. F. H. LAWSON.' I I -

,..''daughter have returned Fla from an when the third degree was admfn- : Fine line of watches at the Kttsluime Orange Blossom Lodge. F. &'A. M. ,

'outingat. White Springs, istered to Messrs.-, H. and W. K. Drug Co. received an appreciated visitMonday "
1 Mrs.-. G. A. Gilbert and children returned Smith. I night from brothers W< .J. Newborn [ Summer : 1
Goods
home'.Sunday alab'from' a r A.le-cJecl to be away from Kltslmmee W. C. Wills, Victor Van Duior :
A beautiful line of White Shirt about two weeps after the J. H. Prevail and E.. D.' .. ,
Dade
visit to relatives I at City. Waists a* H. C. Stanford Co. first of August, I most respectfully .who came up from Lou hmau woo..n'l .: <

For Sale at a Bargain.-Oae six C. Vf.: iDann the, enterprising : request of my customers who have purpose of attending the .. < /1' . .-.
C and four vacant lots in clothing wish cleaned to .
room cottage merchant, has been having the interior any they is said by these gentlemen '.
, North Kisslmmee.., J. W.'SKYMODB. of his store thoroughly renovated favor me with their work' aDd 1..mjluar are quite a number of Masons ate :
q ntee perfect satisfactioSPaaus ,i1'! Lougbman now,' and they are"eonddering
Try the new barber shop. Everything and all the woodwork varnished.this
new and uptodate.Sharp. ra- week. His place now presents anew I FLEMING. the matter' of instituting a Goods : Shoe '
Clothing ,
"Tbe old reliable cleaner. Dry \
r ,Mrs, clean towels, first-class, service.. and cleanly appearance, which is '- ; lodge. of their own? v __ :
' altogether. pleasing to the_eye., Protracted services are being bead Smoke Key''West', aDhe' bee : > ,"; :'
Smith .
.Mr. ,W. H. has rented afi in the Shingle Creek 60 cigar on the market. ::
1 Orlando and will B.T. Kuhl has rentedthe west half of continuebegin. otioris.
storeroom in +open ping last night, and will Councilman Lewis hidden 'Chair iandIt N ."
Kuhl building Church street to ,
about the oa
up a business in that city Sept '
who will several days. Rev. Mr. Hoi litter, tbe man of the street committee since the
Smith of Kisslmmee '
1st., W. H.iu stock of groceries and regular supply for this church, will beginning of thee, rainy ,season has
of 'TalladegaSprings'Ala i put A large be assisted in'' these meetings by been ,his. attention. to'the
Mr. J. A. Bishop, devoting
Mr Smith to
.\ visited his sister. Mrs. dry goods. ;; expects 1- Rev J. W.Austin: Maltlanrt.. and. betterment of the streets,' and now
about
his September
J. A. Peirdew ,and family' here last open Orlando Reporter store -Star, Rev. ,W. A. flyers, of this city': bioI''them in very 'good condition. (C STANFORD COMPANY:

week. All colors narrow velvet' Ribbon a Mr. hidden has had no;:easy .task,
Queen Quality Shoes, all styles at ' as during the long drouth last winter,'
1 'Fl .helm'. W Patent Oxfords are H, C.' Stanford Co.:',, H. C. Stanford..'i-Co. ; -j the rock with .bleb the streets are ...
, the correct thing as to style: comfort, Oscar Isaacson '.a. prominent contractor paved,' war ground Into 'a powder )I .
3.: P. Bllburn D. D.'I - -
Stanford Co. Rev. -
H etc.. Found at H.;: C.
..f'fr. of Orlando died at, his home and most of It blown away, leaving
k pnlv. ident of Southern College in that-city Wednesday morning. great holes all along 'and making it '

Ili ) M, D.:Tindall. of"Narooossee, Education an excellent.at.sermon the Methodist on- !.cb, church I Mr. Isaacson was a prominent Mason,' impossible drive'' faster \than a1".I FRESH GARDEN SEED: !! .

+ 'was in town Monday on businessBefore Sunday. He pre'.DLedhe,claims having attained the degree In that in roost place. ,
A the Board of ..County. Com on school forceful and order and was well known among the rosr'iN't.
of his a way' NEW STOCK;
missioners. _. the closea modest' offering' was fraternity here where be often visited Carload of Horses.I .. : : 't
tt at
tji' >J remains
,, New barber" shop ,at 'Patrick's> old made by the'members Of the' church the a Masonic lodge. burial Ills by .the were Orlando given will have -in' .Klssimmee ,about We know Seed'by: means >of ;,oHr"Montrese:Farm, t

Y stand. Service by a tonsonlal. artist. for this work,i Lodge at 2 o'clock yesterday' A1I'Ult.18carlOad' 'of good .well-', !Trial Grounds also by'our: F1VE'YEABS'EXPg.IENCE : -:-; ',
i 'coD.er.aD'.wlth all the latest.fade in White shoes at cost, come quick, at broken horses. Parties desiring to

barberlag. .. tfMri DaDQ!.. the Mr.steamer EU P. Roseada Dann, acting in the captain'abeenee purchase.are.:requested. $0' watt and. AS'TBUCKER8.AND MARKER,OARBENBtU' ..

' :W. I* Van Dutor. 'returned. Judge O. F; Parker and his"ton of 4apt.' .Clay; Johnson" carried a see them % l S., STOATTOW.. IN: FLORIDA, and, we ,can, supply I,Jest 'what' kind alt '

k r', borne last week from, York a and.visit to Albert returned bom.'J.... Saturdayfrom pleasant party down ,toSoulhportlast ,, foe Salei. .. Seed yon" Beed.;; ,_ h. .
'M .Philadelphia New otherNorthern a few weeks outing scent in Sunday where the Roseada was ,
t cities.; OeorgiaJ South Carolina and, Ala called to tow an empty barge backto ,i. Fifteen acres. ',of, find with good AVjrltc' for onriHrkf, :list'of Seeds s.:and;Pteats : .

. .. ', 'Mrs;W.' B. ').McMnrray and children bama.-' The, Judge. 'reports sa'very, towa./,. Captain Lon did the honor five roomhouse: ; 'f..bed.. Three :'

': :rreturned" to their home at Lakeland pleasant trip. bat says he found theweather in a manner, which could scarcely miles from town at railroad' '".station., i.K. > NNILX'S''SEIDSTORE:: ;::.
f Wednesday IIwb'.aft.el' 'a' briefvisit decidedlywarmer. ..upsthere. have been surpassed by the genial, Price 9550.00 easy. terms. ;. .,

;'.here; with.her sister, Mrs..Q;,K.,Jo nes. ban In Kjssimmee.a Captain Johnson himself V- ;JfM, ftt.L80,JB; t''') pALATKAJ<' FLORIDA' '91 '"f- ',
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By NI.XOLA (]REELEY-S UTH. Sulphur In Liquid Form Adds to. the'peauty
el
John Ruskin. author of Sesame of Women. .
and Lilies." The Seven Lamps of
s "' "Beauty is only skin deep," but you can
and other works which
Architecture"
Corn Superior to Oats grinding, unless cheap power Is Mt not be beautiful if you have any akin Dia.
r available. ,A..'corn'advances In price many persons of discernment! rive tx 10 bud '
Hancock
-t Corn 'is very superloc-io-; *** as over and 'some others leave respectfully ewe or a- complexion :*
poultry feed. Experiments show hat It will be' noticed that the saving per Liquid bnlpbur iyilAVy cures Eczema, 'I'e(.
balf '
so originalla
bushel Increases practically three* alonewas: ,not! ter 'floriw Dlotrhw and all.
Eruption
when ; ,
corn is fed there is an Increase his works as In his life. .
tenth of a cent.:1tJI: each five 'cent, Skin, 1>1_. Apply .Hancock's Liquid
In body' weight and when oats are '
H bad several love affairs of very '
fed there'Is a tendency la the opposite advance In the price of corln. Should before the Sulphur: Ointment!; to tbe'face just em you
pastel coloring great romance
direction. the -price of corn be a* high as sev his go to bed,' and,It will soon give yon a
of his lllfe began with marriage
enty-five cents per'buibel the saving smooth velvety ikin.Taken .
..... r-. '-tJ l-1 by grinding would amount to a little. to Eupuemla Chalmers Cray New Yprk City.-Here Is one .of .For the l> yWoman., Internally,' Hancock's Liquid Sulphur .
;* Early Maturity,, f""""! cents bushel. and ended with her divorce and sec the latest and prettiest of the over Y,
over four per Heavy eluny or filet or Irish lace purlftos the blood and clears' up the
Early maturity Is achieved by generous ond marriage to the great painter waists designed for
young girls. It
trims many of the handsomer: linen A few spoonfuls in hot water
complexion ti
:
feeding of, progeny descended ., Sir John Mlllals. Is eminently youthful In effect it
frocks, and, by the 'waytbe dyers makes' the Mat of sulphur. loth All
from Good Horses in Demand. I his
Important
< early maturing ({ ancestors The most of preliminary is eminently graceful line and It C,
1 who cater to the'smart trade now druggists sell it. Bnlphur Booklet: five if
:Young animals Intended for the The Increasing demand for'' rood'; lore affairs was beat told. by Is available for every seasonable ma ,
advertise write HancocJ"I3qwd Sulphur
the red'yelng of Co.
,
or dtpptdg
shambles, should., be- made to gain horses has awakened fresh Interest, Ruskin himself. ,The heroine, Charlotte terial. In this instance light 'blue colored Baltimore you r4 ?
linenfrocks %
I' continuously\ If the' most profits are among breeders who hire good dams. '''Itbers.a, fragile fair veiling. Is trimmed: with braid and which have i
W.
faded or changed color In wearing or Dr. W. LeakX: .,Orlando,. Fla., who
to be Home '
reatlzedFarmers' freckled sensitive slip of a girl about
The
Drovers Journal, la referring to
laundering.Over. was cured My*: "It 1* the moet wonderful ,
** *
.JourD .. sixteen.. was on a visit to his "
the Increasing'demands,.la the Chicago oarents' -
: remedy for Eczema I hive ever knoiru.'
markets, says a survey ot.tile home
g :Beat For Market Pnrpoeea.. horse conditions presents an Inviting She was," Ruskin wrote, '"grace Illoune or Juniper.
l'FRFECTLY'ORRECT.
The )belt types of poultry for market field for intelligent breeders. .De ful In..11,. unfinIshed and small wildflower ,. The over blouse that can be'closed ..

purposes are those which;'have a mand for all classes of horses for Industrial .ort of a way extremely 'Intelligent at tbe front Is a novelty"aJ1d ''a wel- The"deacon was h.rt convince.

plump body, light colored plumage, and commercial use was ,, affectionate wholly right- come one, for no matter how: charmIng "No, declared he, "I'll bar no such

preferably white yellow skin and never so broad or prices so remunerative minded, and mild In piety. An altogether the bodice may. bevtbat'closes at contraption In my home.. Planners are ;

,' legs neat head point, such .as small : The fact that farmers have sweet and delicate creature of tbe back It Involves more or less things of evil! "'

comb and wattles, medium size, and been slow to grasp the situation finds ordinary sort, not pretty, 'but quite difficulty to the wearer, whereas this "Oh. but, pa," protested his lovely sdaughter.

"' those'which' grow rapidly. the supply hardly adequate! to meet pleasant to see, especially If her one Is simple In the extreme. In the "tills Is an upright piano t

:l+ +o the: Increasing demand. The outlook eyes were looking'your way and her' illustration it' Is made of one of the -Pitta bur. Pott.

When Urn*, Need Lime. lustlfieS''' continued high prices' until mind with them. We got to like novelty pongees showing lines of ,

Hens that lay Baft-shelled eggs do the surplus assumes proportions to each other !n a mildly confidential' green on a natural Colored ground, Argo Red Salmon can be prepared

not get enough lime In their feed. resume exportation. of horses In large way In the course of a week. We disputed and Is trimmed with green velvet and la'nearlY' a hundred differentways.It .

'They, should be Ted a different diet volume again. The aupply can only on the relative dignities of tiny ribbon pleating, but It. can be' ,,1s one of the most nutritious and '

with more grit and vegetables. When be Increased by enlarging breeding music and painting,** ana I wrote an> utilized for almost every seasonable healthful food sold. ,At'all grocersr

they 'drop these' sott-shelled eggs'' In operations, which under the most essay nine foolscap pages long, proposing material. It Is very charming 'f.

the runways and on the floor It is favorable regime will require half a the entire establishment of pongees of. all sorts and the material MAKING '

likely to encourage the other .hens to decade to produce'a reasonably large my own opinion and the total discomfiture la eminently fashionable, but it also' PROGRESS.
Helen lie sends< .beautiful
flow-
egg eating. surplus.,.'. The fact that the supply of and overthrow of hers according Is Well suited to' the light weight : you

horses is short should not lead to to my usual manner of pay.. wools and to all the so-called "sum era ,,_
Value of_Good Roads. haphazard breeding. Profits In the Ing court to my mistresses, Charlotte mer silks" while In addition It Ethel: Tea be Is quite attentive.'

Few people take acorrect, view-of horse Industry will depend on the Withers, however, thought I did her would make up most charmingly in Keally 1 think I'll have to put his

the actual profit to farmers and business qU.lItY'of.tbe horses produced. The great honor, and carried away 'th tbe summer materials of warm name on the eligible list,-Brooklyn

,men in general: of good roads best mares should be selected for the essay as If It had been a school weather wear such as embroidered Life. a

or how much they' could afford to harem and the choicest stallions of prize. And, as I said, It my father Swiss 'muslin, flowered batiste voile, I ,

pay. for them.. Is It not a fact that in all breeds of horses patronized. The and mother had chosen to keep her plain and figured, and the like. Wairy' Erse

home seasons for weeks together all stream cannot rise above the fountain a month longer, we should have The waist Is made with' (front back Are simply weak eye which If neglected ,

P business In. some rural communities and the progeny)' of sire and fallen '.:Ite' melodiously and quietlyin fancy banding and Is edged with a I and sleeves. It Is cut out at the Ooldou will b om: core Ixniun end Inflamed. Leouardl'a
Wid
Is at a complete standstill caused by dam will inherit the characteristics love!, and they might have givenme piping of velvet while there are V- shoulders to form open V-shaped portions .without pain Eye In one day, Cool cure,weak heal eye and

tbe Impassable condition of the roads of their ancestors. The opportunity an excellently pleasant little wife, shaped pieces of embroidered muslin wblle.lt Is laid In pleats at the atrengtbem.lnsl.toa bayla'.'Leonardi.*." fr r

and the loss Incurred amounts to for large .profits In the horse industry and set me up, geology and all. (So bat give extreme daintiness and shoulders that'provide becoming ful II mane strong eye. Utiaranteed or mouerefunded. !"
of was never the the coal business without charm to the whole. The The sleeves UrugKUU soil li at :M 0..... or
millions dollars annually caused more promising to any resistance gulmpe ness. are separate and warded tot'y
1 prepaid oil receipt of .
lirloe
,
by not marketing grain or other cropsin I careful breeder that will produce- -or further trouble on my beneath Is of a simple, embroiderednet seamed to (the arms' eyes and the JLvuuarul A. Va.,Tampa, }'I&. by' ..b8allooning. .

proper season -and to the mer- 'good commercial' 'offerings of all part. When Charlotte went away but as this la entirely separateIt closing can be made either Invisibly ,

chant, who, finds bis shelves filled classes. with her father I walked with her can be varied to suit one dressor 'or with but torts and buttonholes.The .

_ with unseasonable goods r- Weekly J to Camberwell Green and we said another and can be made from any quantity of material required
Sport for the gods! Who else file*. lover
;Witness good-bye, rather sorrowfully at the
j
Care of Beef Cattle, sleeping world through
''I a space
corner of the New road; and that
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At one of 'and knows the 4oy of motion without .
the Western Institutesone possibility of meek happiness van. '
(. 'Cottonseed Meal and Batter.
.
,.j movement without
of. the speakers whose subjectwas ished forever. A little while afterward sound with
Close observation of the quality oftbe' the "Careof Beet Cattle," among her father 'negotiated' a mar- out effort! Our Roman Aero Clubis

butter-made from feeding cows a other Jthlngs, said: "The farmer riage for her with a well-to-do only three years old, and jras instituted .

ration corn co .lsUDg.ot cottonseed meal. should seek to build up the frame trader, whom she took because she -by no less personage than i

and silage showed' that:contrary and muscles of ''the animal In early was bid. He treated her pretty muchas tIe !IHer Majesty Queen Margherlta of R
l to general belief the butter possessed life by '''Italy. It, had Ita Inspiration from
exercise, pure air and plenty one of his coal sacks and in a year 1!
a KQ&tf grain and'body and was in all
of sunlight tbe Military Balloon Brll'adehe:
with. water
pure proper or-two she died.-! ;1
p respects the entirely 'sattsfactorT -where shelter, and a ration composed largely Though his first love was a child Brlgata SpeclaltstI the Royal Engineers

churning conditions were normal, of protein and minerals. As they for whom he wrote ponderous essays a very up to date corps, who
says' South
a Carolina
experiment: sta crow older more carbonaceous foods Ruskin worried In 184 8. when he /were the first to make.. 'and patent

the tlon'report.National It may: be added says' may .be added so that at maturityr wastwenty-nine years old. the girl I aluminum -painted balloons. Now

.experience Prorlsioner, that our when finished off they may. be fed for whom he devised his-' first fair.; nearly every day In spring these love
: during; the two .
past
years a wide ration, composed largely of story. ly silver spheres float off over the "
convinces that '
us, during the
season butter produced from rationcontaining warm carbonaceous or fat forming, elements. Eupbemla Gray' was an extremely Campagna. looking like the dome of

<<: cottonseed meal_ a is 'For best profits In the futures statues'tue beauty' whom be :-.et at a St Peters let loose. Soon after I

Mtlsfactpry. than that produced more from in the, past tee feeder must take ball and whom he admired about as had become a member' the club

concentrates that yield a relatively advantage of 'the early life of the much as,,he might St. Paul's Churchor 'I made nvr first trip taking an en

$ .oftbntterfat.. The 'cottonseed meal animal when, 1.(,Is full of vigor and Lincoln Cathedral. Soon after chanting filcht. sometimes rising over .'

,batter ."sets up" better at the table. before 'the muscles are rigid; this the meeting he proposed and sbe '. %: COOO feet; and.. _then sinking '.wlttl)'.;) I';

Bran butter showed 92.2 .degrees as makes the best beet; Finish them accepted him though the feeling-on to earth; to taste the thrilling joy ,"

the melting[ point;, cottonseed meal off rapidly, and when ripe market. 'neither side was stronger than i r. of Vapid travel on the guide rope'across :

butter .8-C ..degreesUnseed meal roflts often come by reason of little friendship Marriage did. not the most fragrant and besutl- .

.t 1.5' degree expense In the way of I.bor.-food and strengthen it, and'' when Buskin ful lapd I ltriBw, 'Thestrange sense

. .. :lop shelter, and la this regard the steer brought the handsomeyoung pre- ,. of being disembodied of flight with'

)J.J . Drmand'Foe Farms., "* feeder has an advantage. The grained Raphaellte painter, John Mlllals,, to 1 out movement, of rapid travel of motionless

The tendency . to a steer Is sometimes worth as his home to paint Mrs. Rnckin's portrait / .' suspension mid-heaven, of
increasing ;
dwellers to buy :ofn city much as It costs to fertilise the farm the result '11'.' swift and .Inev ,. .- .,. 'solemn silence, without oppression,
homes In the -
country "
Is,, not'conflnedas is) be- gain the cropplngs should be leftong ltabl. The artist and his sitter fell 1 makes a new environment for the t
generally
to insure good fattening grasses; In love, and being honest .
1 lieved; to the. very rich., ThOM of thus and, un < .,:) beart':of.man.Ceutury.k' .
keeping .
the pastures well '
moderate conventional they told Ruskin aboutIt. .< ; .
means means are also ,.
mulched nature's belt condition to The latter met the '' '
gravitating; toward the ,situation! as' Testing Mis. ..II....
green fields.
maintain fertility. The. farmer who few men have ever done. lie who- Usher
For a. number of-years It bas been promptly Donald was a .tarted' Jo
watches both ends of.the
bualneu- secured the annulment of his
the 'fashion1-the rich1 to marriage dress his own fly hooks. He was met
spend the
buys well and sells well_ along
hagone and.at the wedding of his
ex- who
greater part of the year'In the country by a crony one day, said:
and to occupy_ the town house 'way on'the highway to success wife and Mlllals., which followed immediately "I bear ye've begun to dress yer ala
With these conditions
but1:a few weeks at most. Now there ions future and considers- he gave the bride away. hooks noo, Donal'. ;ia that truer
lsua disposition to make profits may'confidently This action was as bizarre as that "It's a' that" answered Donald."AD' .
/permanent be expected. Buy, breed teed ;care'
L homes in the country and this desire ,; : of anyBeiuard Shaw hero and has a can yer put them up anything
or-and sell well and farmer'willbe
,
a only In the .
prototype astounding
Is not confined wholly to the million romance materalliker Inquired the crony."I .
happy and to be
broader
aires., Me. grow a of Richard W.cner.-Ne. dlnna ken for "
; ,.wltli.mode.t, Incomes are his will' be that replied Don.
man wider
purse as the York
Evening World
buying homes as tar removed from aid, "but there was a spider ran a1l'o. ;
years go by. and when he lets of .
the 'dust; noise and'smoke of the'cit go wl two o* them yesterday."-Minneapolis f
ill
fragment of time
fee he can leave ,The Cheerful Man. ,
as their business will allow. While Tribune
;t this. exodus to the 'country ''benefits with no pangs of conscience because What a boon he is in everybody's ,

directly only farm properties contiguous of elYID'hla brother the dyspepata.t'Why lite! Like a bright sunrise and .. "-- KEPT ms WORD. -

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to the cities, the float 'effect'Is' gentle wind coming together on a There was a young king from Madrid
winter morning he is to suitable material. .The over blouses for the medium size.la two and
to raise the aloe of such 'propertyover all who cross Who promised his people a 'kld;
a ,wide extent of territory If Spring Pigs Die. his path. He brushes cheerily along sufficiently full to be extremely becoming three-quarter yards twenty.eyen.two When, true to his .word.

what. President Hill,, the great railway The cold fins of'yearly spring kill knocking' grief and disappointment Jto girlish figures and will be yards thirty-six or one and three- It came, they- were stirred ... a

magnate, says Is true, namely, off many growing pigs because of the out of his path, and leaving it found available both for the entire eighth yards forty-four Inches wide 1 To remark. with delight: "Well. he'
that.within the next fifty years most lack of shelter' and the care and feed fringed'with' flowers. Such a man frock and the''separate 'blouse. It did!"From Life. :

of the.now flourishing Industries wllj/ of the sow. Professor Henry.of the la worth a great deal to the world; 'would be very charming in pongee '' '.* {

have become ,silent because of the : Wisconsin Ezperiment Station, in his more' than all his money"-his wisdomor or1 any one of tbe lovely cotton vellngs .

exhaustion of the ulne8'tnd' forests Feeds and Feedln,,..",leU a the farm. his 'ambitious schemes. People. that are shown In'such' pretty SOAKED IN COFFEE >

and wells 'upon which they depend, er'' how to manage the sows and pigs, feel. ,a sort of pleasure just seeing checked designs, while IC also can TJntUJoo; Stiff to llend Over.' ... ..-
and it his Instructions him ''be- made available for the still thinner ...L. :
and that the population will then becompelled'to are followed coming down .the street, and .
the'tlUace ,of the soil veryjlttle, loss will 'ever occur. when, they. meet him ,there Is' not a materials of the summer such "When I coffee I often hadslck''headaches ,

the appreciation In the value of farm' Professor,"Henry. does not .agreewith'some cloud Hf sight. as the .moussellnes. spider nervousness and bitlousness' -'
} )
,, lands will'' be 'enormou.. : '"any breeder who hold that no Such men are a blessing to a town. silks, the embroidered batistes. much of'the time, but when

vent .It is, the ,fart .of- wisdom to corn should bo. fed. He says some They make one feel that the 'town Swiss muslin and the like. I went to visit friend I got iu the ,

etlck to the farm. It' will feed and corn"''may be 'used'but' that meals is growing. Is getting more' beautj The over blouse Is made In .qne habit'of drinking Postum. ''t, 1

,clothe oneand, keepa roof over his rich In protein oats, 'peas, midlllngs ful moro 'than a;place just to eat piece and' Is laid in pleats over the I "I gave,uP coffee entirely and the

head whatever happens.-Farm Jourr barjey/ -; should, supply most and sleep 'and 'make a llvlog' In.1 shoulders. Tbe right front Is lapped I result has been-Ihat I have been entlrelyrelieved -, "

UI. of the nourishment. Sometimes ;'one 'doesn't, ,:meet such over the left''and attached to..posi : of all my stomach and' "
{ .- ; ,-:I':1: 'nr for:: the tlon, the' closing"" made Invisibly '
:- .... Feed sow before farrowing men; and 'tofen he feels that the "being" nervous trouble"I
'
:
: J. should be-nutritious, but'not concentrated town la degenerating that things ar. at"the' back; 'The fulness'atthe "MT' mother was just the same

"Stf-if': Grinding.Corn For :Itoge.ie I\t\ ,, and'roots, I chaffed clover or going wrong; and'that'the' .epic spiritIs waist .line can.be regulated 'by way. We all drink Postum now.andJwJt '1

Among recent reports received: by alfalfa hay.. softened, with.boiling trying to put a. little malice_ In means of a tape ]'Inserted in a casing' out' coffee In the house vfor/J $

1. the Department Agriculture from water are all highly recommended. his heart, and ''he caea''' home" and or 'the waist ,can be 'gathered and i years: ., are all welt \: .. 3r I

the experiment stations Is one from Good flestf is not tp be denied under meets his wife's. smile with a,.feelingof stitched to a narrow belts; The V- "A neighbor of mine, a great coN.

'1 the Wisconsin Experiment: Station. proper conditions and .regulations .susrlclon.;,.-- ' - .. shaped portions are'optional and c'aD fee drinker was troubled with pains

For thelQa' ? ,nine/ )years'the'station as 'to: character-"of'feed and 'amount A cheerful man doesn't realize the .be'used or omitted as' liked. In' her. side !for years. and was an lnvalid. '_

; has .beenconductingtests! 'to ,deter> of, exercise. -The he ,. The quantity of'm.terlal'required She
question ofexercise amount; 01 good Is. doing; in the was not able to.4oher: : a
'mrngy wlaetnerJ.crlD41.DC corn'for hogs. is" an IntDorta'nt one Ia>bummer world Bat It Is his nature,:,and he for the sixteen; year size la 'two and work and could not even mend clothes. :.

is desirable, sows ill a rule will get" all the exercise cannot help It,. 'Heaven has picked one-hal'-.rd,.twentyfone, twenty- or do anything at all| where she would Jr, "
l
'The results' have varied a little Heeded by the use.of. pasture but him out a, one of its angels and he even, one and one quarter yardi have to bend forward. If 'she*'tried' i' '.

.,1.\ from .7eat'to.JCar..bUL: onsl4erlog In wlnt/jtU( ...qfiennecesfary Jo I Idrive is ,althful1t.a'bil' mission., Every day. thirty-two "or forty-four'Inches' \.wide to'do alittle,, hard worklhe,, would ,
the average of all the tests 117 .hogs them about, a large lot or up "some fellow has .been made happy. and three and'Cneb.lf :yards of band- c. IJ \. get such pains that she would have tot }

/. ry fed Jlr,:iheIJ/ d.coTOand -wheat"mld- and 7d, < Wn '>'a_ lane .''tor a..Urns ""every1"_ ] by.. ats.leasant smile 'and his genial"good InS'and.one-quarter yard !any,' width I with six';'and j one>- .ar.ter"r ard." lie down for the rest of the day. ''l '

'ding nakvaaverage gain jol."'.$ day. II.,.* ._. | : morning;" and it -one has; a for the V-shaped 'portions' when these pleating' and six and ..onequarteryards _!'}.t last'. I persuaded ber.' o flop

pounds-each,; while an equal number Litter or straw,thrown In the yard. bit 'of business with him.' It passes ..te. made'.of contrasting. 'material.. -.' _of banding. drinking coffee and try. Postum Food *

.fM 0rnmeal .and wheat 'middlingsgaIoexKll.09 through1' which 'is scattered waste bJ'i; very much llk<; an exchange of:>> : ,. _. Coffee and she'did ao.' .ad has used' b''

; pounds each,;; the, feed grain will,stimulate the sow;;to exercise compliments.: . lew'.Olov.... 'or that alii 1 Postum: 'ever since; the result has f '
M| ,.i..flhif. : d,.pn und.of cain In the la.."searching" for feed''but some I To be cheerful, may,not bens great n, mademoiselle's course ifrocks.madame's or i been that she can now do her.work.,
/tiro"eases betn8T1 tx>uadi_and 4.8' me 'should }>>e'used lo'prexent the a' duty: as' to' be honest-or, unselfish, A new Idea la long gloves, is to best win; be In can sit for a whole day and wend: --H- 11"t

'. tI- '4 po Mdi...'V |Jn other,",word';. foreacH'pound sow:Jrom 'II-W.ldle' and .taking-on but It certainly :widens, the radiance 'have the hand of kid and arm.of silk black will be,. butcan sew on the machine and"she nevr and
else
or- gala -the '"hogs' fed j shelled too'much sott-iefhilXax.;: ':. 1" of these vlrtueL-Ohio State Jour -otlaceor.'rice'rersa'Ibe.e: .: >Yett Je or colored' ones generously er:feels the least bit of
pain tabu'side
.eoHr 0.3 pound nai. rather ..quaint. especially If, the lace touched wltlj blacky" :OfJ.o
reqntred more gain ,Thexeedt'jn.t? \ betorrflrtovtingtime - -r In fact, she has .ot.w.U, and It.
ft 'tbsp -bON fed the: cornmeal. "The should be sloppy and limited In V i .' ..11 I on the arm lie flne meshed,but when 'shows eOlfee'' waa the"cause ot the ;

: ? Mtving-f :xrln41fit4thergforerall quantity;,., a4 nost\lM:>eeders...agree The,fish fcppnlatlon.of the Nile I* ;'the(hand lsdoEsilkoff; : lace..and. the "Wanepf'Tan, a. ,whole trouble.. L "
7" Counted to S.7 for renUJ" For 'In-; that the owv'sh Vdbe. fed hfllhlng aid to present a greater..'variety- than: "m" of,"auedeofrglaci.kldthe ensemble Hose., '"I could also te about" '' ;'1 1<

1IfWtee."'. !Te8r'"'-f1ll7woflht:01l171; tortngT..,....*'he att er farrow a that of any;other body: ot.water..wAn' 'Is'good 'and, tends1 to make' 'Fa blon.able. are predicting an 'ap other'neighbors who.7011 have been several 3:!o

'+ ....... ...te......hibel; the .,...: las..rFOtt'twb.rrtitth0 dayscorllym. expedition: (,from;the British Museum. :' ',the' hind'appear.'amailerta'The'demend'forblmkgtovesl..on' ;; proaching' '.f1ecr...". In 'the "sale" ,of br': QulttlnC coffee and using Postum.cured ' .pf'a'

; ... from.I1'IDdID..Dta.tol-1f'; ? > limited.vutftlttjr :of feed should ,bf .:not ilong. '.'0. secured ,1001specimens. ( : the In. Qrown'atockinga'- They aay that gunmetal in its Place.-! ." er.'s';'. ,
,,. not enough to MT. for the Shea'/1 .!' < .: .. crease.* plank ''!''tcow.II' or'hkVls a. peculiar\ 'ahad."of 'dark !Loot In Reason. ?., ,. toiW
.v ... .cents , ; ., ....a, ...'_.. a.n.-&. 'pt,. tor the tamoui"hittla ;
.., -1 i Increasing ..U.th."Um.'Not to say, Is already ,
gray. usurping their ..
p1& book. J'Tbe -
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It cirlce 'Now something probable as the 'Ara-; ALL : \Ar-FA:

I._ I. blaai'Klght, \ *,' for fD.tallc..II'all right:" .

\' tout'T draw the-llne at a Nevada-minting . realised' 'where the i
SUFFER Acre have been regularly, olt 1
Sunlight: will penetraU. ]proapectus.) "-Philadelphia ledger! 1l' fertilizer. contatnng"toX of
very' clearwater : ) treated.arith'a! _
to the depth of .IfjOO feet! from the phyaloal; Saturbt ;
1 1s 'Ft't'8,13tVitnI, ;TlanoeNervoae TNseeae. I same ,
:_ : pen POTASHS
and the nature of their .
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Dr. Kline'. I; :
manentlycnred by; Great Nerr
The inferior Bohemian' graphite Restorer a trial bottle and treatise. tree. N blaB eases,nleltly drift them. t ,,.-O.Ys"d..er a d.eq"" "",...',
wkka.rery..lu
which i* too impure or compact for Drtu. a. !Kline, Ld..cai Arch St., Phils, Pa., the horror of all kinds of. .hooks ea ettoa.mNl I hntalise w..lpnal.
use In pencil, is ground fine and complaints. organic trouble, WORKS. el 1'iaeM.' Hew"arto '
freed from sulphides and other VERY' CLOSE. tlon,, falling and .,, ,tddr.e.awawe r-) ..... ....... i?
heavy .
minerals. The .Church-Did you ever try any of perhaps irregularity or .-
refined material doe these "close to nature" m.thodlT'Gotham""W.U. canting backache nervof ane*
not contain 'more than'fifty or sixty I've used a porouspiaster ritability and aleeplessates.' S
per cent of graphite and Is used In Women everywhere should
!-Yonker* Statesman.
1 the manufacture of Inferior crucible \1 member that the medicine that

and for stove polish.A the record for the largest DUm
Drop a postal card to Th. Alaska MRS. A.'M.: HAQERMANN -' actual cure of female ill* is

plant ha Packer Association Advertising Department .
recently been com
pleted In Mexico to- recover ,*. "er Atlanta: CI%, It you use ,ly.dia.E. Pinkhani'Vegetable
from the material In the "Arjo" and get their <*rlo' Red'' Sal-
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lumps> from made from simple native root and herbs. For more than thirty
mon Cook
an old mine which: has been operated Book with; thirty-sin it the functions
has been helping' women to be strong, regulating
s since 1547The 'available supply, ways ot preparing Salmon,, 5 fectly and overcoming pain. It haa also proved Itself invaluable.
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aggregates' 2,000,000 ton and more paring for child birth and the Change of Life. I

than an equal quantity ct atone flll.Ing -' Many a man who Is on' the road to Mrs: A.Mv Ilajrermann of Bay Shore* L, writes t-Dear

.all of which ha* been demon- fortune doesn't know where to gel Pinkham:-.-I suffered from a displaoemen, excessive and I
', trated capable of function so, that I had to lie down or sit still most of the
yielding off.
a good
Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound has made toe a well
profit. Engineer.
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'i that I am able to attend to my duties., I wish every .uffering! .
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BUFFALO .McKlNLEr MONUMENTTo would try Lvdla E. Pinkham'* Vegetable. Compound and ee what
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The curious name of the anaes' it will give hem."
1.i. thetic "stovalne" i* due to its discoverer -
Mrs. Invitation to
Pinkham's
Be Dedicated Durlnc''Old.Uome Standing:
M. 1ourneau." I
M Fourneau
y ,
# was anxious to perpetuate his own ',\Vek"' September 5. Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to
''fi In The Mr, Pinkham. at Lynn,, Ma.for advice She i* the Mr, Pinkham !
name connection ,with it, but as ; beautiful. white marble abaft .
has been advising sick women-, free of- charge for mere than
the anaesthetic of the erected by the State of New York In
wa nature of
assisted her mother in-law : E.
year* and before that she Lydia
1 cocaine and no compound resembling Niagara Square Buffalo N. Y., to ham in advising. Therefore she 1* especially well qualified to

that could be contrived out of "Four-i' .the memory of President McKinley, sick women back to health. _

t aeau" he' translated the name Into hi to be formally dedicated Thursday .

its English equivalent 'of-".love" aad September C, and the e"entwill

added .the necessary teqnl; atlon. be the ,central featare of Buffalo's MUST HAVE A CORNER. FACTS II JOIIN* U. 1

Old-Home Week September. ,,1 to. ?.: -"Did you ever sell 'your voter asked . Old Reliable EYE

i.. The most frequent cause of collapse Former resident of Buffalo and the the Impertinent friend. sad. nd. '

among small water tanks/says public. at large are cordially Invited ."Never." answered Senator Borg. ,f]It%,-.cioo..-.!...-Nd.._. .-.M1tr.soak s.yr eraalMed.....- Just when you Mt taem. Simple,. effective altl |

the Building .New, lathe corrosionof I to attend the dedication and.the gay. burn "A single vote'I of no consequence it r fr.;,-h.- sad .res.aaw m used : me six more of your' Xclipss Cbaf' .r-Bo14era

the hoop These are flat wrought carnival that will'run all the week. these day. '' You've got to It it MU doB't eood-ektldna visa l.dt i d_. 14 than. ornamental and,,! must hen i ode>{or each of,wj
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la 4 tm
iron bands inch : '. contract to deliver them In bunche.." tn. "> ___ f' .
one-eighth to ODe A....InltatloiuorwniMklu l .
.... .. Bead silver, BteMS *t... Order.i
inch .. For chroBla Mt" > >*u T
quarter ,
thick
which are seldom Washington Star. _
,
_""km of roau At.llllwlid. I> Ouaranttftt n
painted so that they become _11010..801 l >_ .>af by m or JfotMy .R4f.ttdH.
subject D1OKXT: Ulioa CO.,B.*SO,...... ;'
to corrosion both from the outalde Argo Argo 'Argo .Argo Argo Argo .COMPANY" r

1,' and from the inside. Hoops should :Areo.Areo Argo Argo; ,
Thompson's Ey
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be made without welds and thoroughly -' 1 1 ATLANTA.

,\...... painted before and. after erection. No matter how hungry, a man may -
Engineer. Southern >*._ OAr
be a single; taste of defeat satisfies ?.
Th 1st Amerlesu
Paper cuspidor are the 'latest hjm. n_ ._ s_

sanitary novelties. The paper of + ..I.". Np..N:lb.\ : :: ..Fftue.. a .=:
.. ( Wl. .... ,
S S which they are made I* quite stout R FEARFUL ,BURKING SORES:. hto_ 45k. wNrtg'
1 and i I. coated with para line. They I fat a.-&t.Uu1 oaae.IoIpa address M. Gsorat.. arAa "
n are put in flat bundle at the factory .y '\eare-Ewems.ln aucclAe.bs -
Boy In Misery 12
-that U, In what I* termed "knock ..Hough. al"I' itching and In 10"000 TELEGRAPHERS I a ..Tkuuooi.; gkle.rw.l S.ssr 1..., TM.5s5 .

down." In this shape they take up flamed-Cared by CuUcnr bit: 1i. '1..Tof. N ::. : :'.liars.5..4 e .esrf p l t shot th.hdYl..gsMAsss

but little' room and when they are ..---...... :-. "(,''ulfcura,)baa put a. top to"twelve year, --OM&oa_.:....JIIATIOIloA..la...... ..roes..... "r...y.e..o.._t rdWrlotop .. ewrMl s. ro to b'pa

desired for use it I* the work of but 3"he McKinley monument was of misery 1 paned with my on. Its an in- /= M ar.r.h4hf "

"' a minute to turn the thing Into a box planned'and executed under the direction font 1 noticed. on hu lonely a led apot and ATLANTA hors t d.h or e.J: 'w.b.he Caul..
ry .,ell of.a commission of prominentmen treated ame with different remedies for d.
adapted for the purpose for AfAlI 5U GGlf 00,,
'about r..*eat*. We teach mm b ft* W* have a rr
,' which It I* designed. After use it is at a cost of over $150,00.Buffalo's \ lire years, but when the spot beganto
rwur 4ouu4 tot 0.crMutM tkaa I ; &U..- :
Old-Home Week will be get larger 1 put him tinder the care ot '
consigned to the fire. doctor linderthrir treatment the disease nuu>d craatsf tku e* r., AAOiM>>t. > ,AU a ee, 0.-
a succession 'of civic and military pageantry -
"' carnival sports and 'camel. spread to four different purl of Mai body, 0-
\1' During the dny it would net rough and N ......r..a..e..a.a
and the electric city will .be abl..e"With form tike,scale*. -At' night it would lie r

JJD twinkling lights and patriotic .,cracked inflamed and badly swollen with . 4TH. II SDNMPD SOanoD2m

decorations. Former resident of terrible burning and Itching 'One doctor It*..i.MtMjBi. ....:+.".1....v..>.tl"t tl"e
i Uuffal6 are a.keel.to. send tbelr; told me that my eon' eczema wa. incurable i.._ Us**! r4*> VXMBV LssoMsi. ...
+ r names *nd addresses' to James W.' and gave it up. 1 decided to give OitU: B-Io' : J. '..I;J.. ..
b
Greene chairman' Old.HomeVlHlk' cur. a trial.' When I Had tilled the lint box .--w I.twl7a.-tt..*Wtof m*itk* *t ( ia

: Committee Buffalo N. y;. A'beautl-' of Cuticura! Ointment there-w AI a great im AtwG ... .. . :
Jul souvenir Invitation will be mailed .provement nnj by the time .I had used I lie C. M.;;;;;;,HDEAI4........

.. Do Indians travel on, scalped tick:- to each. The railroads,will offer, exeursloa ;;) second act of" L'utienra Remedies iny child Telegraphy HO le
: was cured .Me i* noir twelve y*.rsoltl_ : i ; .
!; etat. rates to. and returning from; a. t .1
,
i- and his skin i* a* tine and smooth *s *ilk.Mitbacl I
f, A carriage cleaner ha to sponge ,Buffalo., ., .- Klcinman. Sumner/ Avenue, Shorthand !" e' o 't

for a, living;- I ., "* Brooklyn, JH."y.. April 16,'1005." MS.GOVECNMEKT-INSPECTION; ;
HER JItA; OF iT. '
:4. "% When a man !longs for_money! he 1* :. Bookkeeping: : j,
*generally?, short / Mistress; ",Anet Inyour last place' Invention I I. the mothEr of trusts and t

be'a' was there< much entertaining done promotion, I I. .the stepfather: MAIM LIVK.WIHKS: KIMKCLLJUIMU
Can a woman "silent" partner rJlaoUQII; '
Butler: "No madam. We was allowed
in -
builnes. no'company at'all.. That's why There 1* nothing nicer 'to have in .

.1 A pawnbroker died the other'day. \ left."-Brooklyn Life.SENSIBLE the lard r; than a few can of Argo NACOOCHEE INSTITUTE : ,) 'I' .. .
ii nd now his,wife 1* "loai 'widow. Red Salmon; Just the thing far unexpected % B*>wl<>r h*>tic murt. MMt a.a.tl *1 wSsaan To oavlae that 8Vifu
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A 'halt remark sometimes gets *: ; :: :::.sob I
a : KDtTOATIOJt.' company.) ; r.I..II.IIfaoWW.t FREE
.. ... ,._ : STEEL
an In trouble especially" at auc- ..._
Normal School at -
State
the .
at
< A student A man never become a.tax.dodger ..1"u...... .d \1_. 1 :
OD. \, s . n .:' Y : Athens Oa.,has achanoe sot only to review (iesd. uiI..euuBT&, r & . seed her abIoIatelY ,.., y.'eew:m
unlell.I.I. income exceed hi outgo.. wrete '
The postmaster Pike Peak hate thoroughly Uncommonschool and high *. ".T. Aua.'Tr... +.D.M.PfAII box of Paxtlne. with ,of .Insr.s -
.hit-best office, In the United school studies, bat also let law the Domes- .. 1 1I \ and c nulne! testimonials. lend
TIRED ,BACKS. I you*name and address on a postal earo.
tat.... tie Art and Sciences in the beat equippeddepartment ( MALSBY ., '
In-the South. Then too, the .41 ..'FOKSITTH ... ATI ,. cleanse
A- married couple who had eight school of Manual Arts there gives a most The,kidneys i have a great ,work to SUPPLRti PAXTINEbook

t ''chlldreq; ':called the last one' valuable education In drawing br sh work do In keeping the blood pure. When' 4 Sspsl/ Sbn in.:i.fi

Lnonymou:'. color work, decorative design, tool work In they, get out order 1 feotlaa eatarrh, pclrl* ,
1 Armour the pork packer began metal and woodsy and th.,various haodl- it causes. backache' anduflaasmmaUo es>u* d by fml

lie on a newspaper; he made all his craft Elementary':'agriculture, nature r headaehes< dlsxlnes,' i iI I mouth nine Ifs, by I direct sore local eyes,"sore,.&mImC.throat. It*_and ,I'

"one, by tine "pen.. ' study students and what! school everybody gardening has an teach everyday these languor .and' 'dlstresajlng i ILLS oorrdinaread'gives Imiqedlato trouble* I* .nile&xtra- d

A man went to Atlantic City last workaday need to know. Gymnasium, urinary) trouble, Thousand Of wom..nUln.. end r o-
and keep Keep the kidney well ommendlD C every day. 60 oeats asdruggietsorbymalhmemb.r
f ummer for a change and rest. Thelibtel with the outdoor: play :
got the change and the porter the health of the student booty well-nlga and all these suffer- ,' 1TCIJ.TTOVNOTrIantiTedTMTIT.Ta.11. however.
tot the'rent.A perfect. TE School Is situated! OD''a bill ifngs will be saved you AM AND .. PAXTOM X>_ ISoetoa, M***,
overlooking Ms city of Athens, and on clear1daya 4
'.. married may not be able to the Blue Rldgo mountain are In view.It Mr. S. A. Moore pro-1 : ,
maji .
is a health-glTing life-glving climate. prletor of a restauay -"- ::: T.a. "
[findanything in his house when he RA.
t, The dormitories open Friday night August .ant .Watervllle (AU2--07) :
[ starts to look for it' but lid. can *always *> both, and the new Sd.school The year children bog-Ins of Tues Yet 'runt" *! ", "Before: i .:
find'fault, day Heptembcr
O.or,11IlrlD.n were to the School last' ;using Coaa'.. :Kidney. >Pllla, 'I suffered ; Muuhd.IRs if vA Detn I.* U (
A young man got married the oth- year. New students will need to register everything from kidney' troubles -
er day; and his mother-in-law paid promptly) for place Intho dormitories. Only 'for1 a; year and.a hajf. I bad' 'MACH, JN, E' der 114 'IM/0At

his rent for ten' years .in advance. 100 can be accommodated pain In the back and head'and almost -. . ,''A'ND SU PPLI

She to. show rental" aefection. .... -,
wanted ."pay. continuous In the loins and felt rortebl.SUtloawr M4 TnMlom. Kxl IIILJTONIC1E4adud
.* NEW KIND OF LEAD PENCIL. weary all the tlme A few doses of Sew MI1MU4 OrIM Mill. wad..>arU_>.
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t\. Mill Meki.wy.' OoB.IM* !! r''
Farmer-"My boy Is- a baseball Doan's?,Kidney. ptlls brought,,.great Writ lor ctiln..._.)Adder XI ; fw de pewqsss, ae Mai'
?.pitcher; he has been! defeated only Starch Competition Substituted, for relief,"and J kept on taking them 'un-, $1.a. t* AtlMU.... O. *. W* hoes' .-_. l ChJIts' Mld.I ilk. gslalnet falls t plw.sst tusk. i.4k.I ,klNne
twice this season.." Wood In G.rmany. til la a ,short time I was cured. "I 6rUl. as. awrsnts.dwdwF..dAddOwedActofII.S
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Visitor"How many game baa Cedar, commonly employed In the think Dean's..Kidney )Pills are..wonderful Mule fevers so. tsoe. drsfgletsi or seatprsp.11
''t he'play d7" manufacture of I lead pencil. Is';6 rather :! 20' eam..B' .. '

k Farmer-"To-morroW' will be the expensive-material. On the other'haIId. *i sold by all dealer*. -C 0 cent a box.: ,_ - '

l' third one." .. I certain countries .there are ..Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N.'Y, "
F --Selected by Louis Sltntr more potatoes of a poor quality than ', '. I ) () '

.. .. can ,be ,readily usedv v.penee.. It oo-1' Love not only make .the world ,go '. < : -
S... + curred not long'ago''to'an I enlou.Germall. roundbnt.also make ,men go' broke.. BOOkl.t mm.. ....,,_11' : ,SHOES Ttta wont.o.
9 { potato starch suitably !" MEMBER O"-=:-dt. () .}

1 A Selfish Man. hardened o.use place'of wood la making Nathan Straus,
-Xie.rocarde4Illschlldren\ as:nul- pencil .The" Ingredients'' which he .. has established In'New' York . ,. > ' J r..r.-:, nmlr* mA
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HICKS 1 .re'e sa a aa.ao .A.
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{; ances.-.- 5w adds to his starch' are, not publicly,'' City. .a.:series':. ot :mllk;booth .where, .,,..,dasarw/i.fsanl 4 1lt

: He did 'all his courting beforemarriage announced,,but his plan baa met with pure, terlll.edmllkls'} , ,, to the( [ .-. anworn by mar._I.
....... bwiuue of their,
,.. \ considerable.!'favor In German.1iIT01I1, poor forsone'cent.-a.,1 bottle., .Absolvtf IMMIMATU.V. ''other and rsnprlor Ie wearing ./...U"..' Y t
He; neverl, talked) over' lil* affalra' 'a con.u1a..-'-rep rt ","emanating; from antiseptic, cleanliness 1* required by'' 5 5 S ..," and other natrlaU for verb part
*-mskingIslooked after bv'' iifl J
.
-with his wife. Magdeburg In that country,' It appear him In allbranchea.ot the enterprise.Jn ; .....w .of snpfirlnt'ndliUifor fnnaJi4 "
He doled out money Ito\ 'bis wife that a company hat been formed to cleansing the milk bottles he use) ,..t the highest wa, <*>paid In the'; .QC"
,.Js e" tl lua-"Ip eitnnotb* ilj*<1.
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4 'as' If to 'a beggar. utilise,the lnyenttcal: The author of two thinghot water and borax/The'glistening i ilreneesofthls'method .;.... fR "' f..Iorl.at Brockton.MaM. . .;; .......... F
He looked.down.on hi. wife a* anInferlor'belns. ., sent bottles.testify to the .tr.et..1' Ixntglu shoes are mad* yom" A "" ,
the account .to'Washingtop says
<" '." *;1001d-thde.hsp.,** better,
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that he ha himself seen the Dew pro- Business of th'er gondoliers i 1 raise tbaa any dicer '
y 1 lie never dreamed that. there. ,.were 'ducU.Thou.hD :: ,'.than the Gel"a..ldM..a-.db.swf1.dS m .*xr ,
iwo"lde'to" marriage bigger Bome'people are proud of their pastprobably' is'being invaded .bytwomen, n'. 1.o" .... 1 "Dpclo.*>

4;:, He had.oneset: ) 'of1;'.manner* for. ;; 'and pld.pencils; .It.l* ,sat4that'they'can,;they are a'little be heavier..sharp, =;; because It -Is past; :"meq them. ire out. ,organizing" unions. \ : ...btot.Jta.( ..._.. Who Bold by the W..best.. -liil., >8I'J'Wb.t-.d" _

"and another for.oeletyv1! p
4 home
ened more ...l1t. "What,la mo/e'the oJ; EI
"' He 'never- "dreame4..t-hat\ lil.wjfe: Argo Red Salmon; I* packed bf.The ANJISE: : TICI
Whidmr'aBootWttaSyrlrptoe
' !composition ''which ts substituted for, AkskaPackers Association'the largest Mrs. !
'S needed and4 compliment*. N1dI .
praise teethingoftens thegnms.r J1 Sa j 2H4U.
wood,J..Reported to.-be cheaper than
; : in the world. 1r.
He:;never made' si0n5'to-his manufacture Salmoa'canning firm Most: ,allays' paincur wind/ colic/ ; Imtating. Allayeaby ,
1 cedar so that the cost'of ,pack,.over.6DOQ,000( canaa r and .. hamties *.
L wife's Judgment, even in unlmpor- ;They. : -7 'hIaM. A* strong u carbolic acid ,
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total; tie
*. .' has been,reduced". Theco'n.IIII. himself ;year, .At all grpcers,, The wealth of, k., pares! burns f il.t.nk1P.dure.Cdd..d eh'.ni. sores:
tint matter favorably Im leu.d with the ideas,. Sates'ls"epcal tfl' that -of ; and inflammation& from any avow on 0IaIa or bMt... Yon

S 55 He'.thought.thti'mairlage.vovrbadr malter'Inatead'of' : . - -fJi, ff r r-rw You "may; lead :any,.rromaqtlr:; ;'!;ftiik.butyou'nv .tarn and-'Russia ,combined'. : I .. . SOT. !..bead. rtr aII4 viva rwp.'eati.laelibb: '-" ... . "..".yowdsiZJ"' : '' ''i

taade him' hi"w1fe hHe 'IT TASTES'JUST"THfl'SAlCBl!;; y ot'malle.herAlnirat 000000000. ." :_' v "* ,,, ; 3 4d:ei.t".C&.' iltintrOAL Cur n.w: raturt +
; her v rtpet\ : J :"You say .yoa'iJere( In the saloon at :<1- .. .. -
4 thduCbtJ.hs'' had rlghti to
a the) time of the assault referred to intne
%inoke..,andtchex.tobaccodud ,drink. mvTalfttr'"*rt dthe lawyer. I 41 r Jr

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; to-hls 'famlJ""- te chose regardle- "Did take cognizance w ot the- .. u.t

":.pf the erect on them. Surely such you 1 I' '
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.e4ae.4I"lel4r4l. e.e THCIOUGHMAN ROAD Notice ot Application to Sell Notice of Application ,For: 'Tax:

, j Deed Under Section 8'of L'u'bRs1 I
i' Land .. ,

Witt Negita', at Wlitter.. TO. BE coNsmuani To All Whom U Mar Concn; 'I I I Chapter 4888, Litvsof

I .R Florida.
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.....doe -
; ; Reported Weekly by 0. 1. C. (Continued from 'Fags. 1.) tt.c- Natte h MINT'dra that J. W. -Craabr.
t ........._.,UMKXaMat J..ev .>. FMlw .
Oov, .arob..er' e( Tea .c....._ No. ALL THE' LEADING BRANDS OF
for .that aWe '
being .. wiU..... .sUoNbs a t e -
............................ trip necessary purpose dws r,aall, 40 sad 4X 'Matt* ta. Ma dar
*. After aome discussion o' thmatter e W.R. J..M M. 0.M*. ,.*.. pf o.-ta
Thta writing lads O. I. C. once, and the Board bavlnr ascertained , _tr.SttM" ........ at kli also ta ....... Jan*. A D. au' lied said

tBora ensoonoea under the roof of big) that this would entirely sVfactory s.1.tey. rwH*.. .e >fc.Ur. ta* ISO dv *f,IaAlfrl..I.wreaseandbs aiada I...*. WHISKIESCase

friend at the Savac residence." l<*- (( to cltlsens of Narcoosae A.reR A. D. ,.0:.for MI waif a*....at lien tor tax daada to lame IB MeoManW with

.ral bII.ION.be cause of his eomkott ,1 the following- resolution was adopted: .Ie W oar.-K Os.M Jwry ... BrtvmMta,law. SaId earttftokta* .mbrao* t& tot wee( ..

aDd pleasure' has thus far been I \Vhra. A, request of the clIa"DIof .. a...h&1owtIw... -.... ,lernd proeartT illiatvd la Oaojml*e&untjr,

hecsUM of bus staying. What the Narooosse It i* resolved to die .t-.d aM e.iitr.1O.w.l.sod 81a.K FtsI.trww i Florid' ,town, "

futorvmay dictate I. not yet revealed continue a strip twelve feet wide abut* .. j I c. IIea..M.s 0. WUofaCXSac. .!. 1'. p Whiskies. Domestic Brandies. '

and In business t.rall.a.oUonwbleb tine the south side of Lot IS of Block 1 Savtt...ST Ea.U Maena. 'no.aid land. wag
but may a .....1......_b.lf__ t..1 O.e tai.Issue.
will th writer to retire 1" of a.be Town of Narooossee a* apart I aMMMd .t ta*dais at UM brew af avCk earti- K-Pint Pliil Quart California (sutra Oav* .
eau.* .. __ 1 _
ta.'OSt .at. af
\ the cM.IB .
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... .1.\0
'ollpotDlP'' ,' q.sI ltt) :. . . tMrr '
for a time from the dust and confutun of the public road adjoining said t)..f r S..*i UM*w<. aM setC; W w41.r j neat*Hi Was at R M. Brads.t Lewis' *. Ky1. .' .. _..;JS S,. fl'2.I Mai-fluid-Peach : .:t.'I i 6 '

of our city and take up his bead.qurlen block. aM..'..W 5w,{01 aM.w'G .... -"{ ., the j I CarMSattt N..... C ctwte NW Car. ., NW *'iinoa MT'*...., .. .... 40 .,.\ 10 RarrlaedAVple .,. .. ,v> M 1.0
at this noted retreat TheII.a'11.a' Th*bond of Everett Bass with K. NcfNK< tM wU.(ta.'a.d UM e1j W UM nrW p
1 Iw4, t I Ja..4wpperBourboo,_.11$ III'i 1SS North Carolina .._,,21 M t **
95 *
T. Butler and W. C. Bass each in the I. T. Sattfc.R Eaott. 90 aeraa. Tk Mid Apple
4t ** and a few mowqultoe* I K w s4 K also 1S 1..akia a K r .. .. Kolar BalUmor ','40 16 Is* Jamey Appl Jack., .. ,..>> Si I W E
IL &S r* followed in bis wait, the former ruin of fifty> dollars for license' to .....',.,u.e\6.aad tM.>*.f Uw M> .f_ laadWtaJntthadatnaf tfc* t--_K.sea Hunter Baltlaior* Ire ... I *"
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and accepted " esUha.a ta UM af Old frenUca: Rye. ..40 ?6 I 60CIo.
'reodrrtor article welting rather Irk. carry firearms was approved MM Unknown. x
Wines In Case.
eke.ws.Ylp.sK r>.e;wa4KW s..4.U ... 1100 Imported
The bond of' J. I Ortffleata N..40. 8> *' athatbenAy.
sad the latter paIn their nno- bv the Board 4 NH < 8.n! T. tI
eomt' .. .... .( UM aad
"el. .. 1k..s4 5w4 UMI
tarns .111\8',114'14. persistence \bataIIarael4'rl. E.; Glover to carry firearm was rejected I ark *MrtiM IS towndklp 0..(r 15.t Uwof 1\\'..", .atKRCTEaM. ,Warn. TW..w...... bain* c......'..Malt.dIotillsd R *..ap .-&0 U CO>> *3 O i&rtPberry....... "'" .... -.,....:." p".>'boUt" 1 0*

... the former comlnireocy.TJnder account Insufficient" security. UM al..UM_S of.....w\*. UM .w*.of....i iI MMjd at tba....af tlxluiiaai iaf aoeke' -rtiAeatatatMMUMaf ola4lr .for laedlclnalUK . :"::" .' .: ::.::::": : .IS i.eN.t.ne *
these.d Ifftoul"H and newneasof The Board hsTlor examined tax .. .. Z. W. Pwtttwajr a&; ,.... .. ..40 7$ 1 loG '._ . .. .. .. n
.. the "eI..r.{as.w.s t
OnantT .
thasurroundlnvr it can not tie expected' roll presented after some dlseusU! I,'14"___ "..m..hIp=Isdr5S 'ii'I eo .... .." rvtincat*N..,*X SWX.** 8W'i .. .. 30. *. oodford......r'. XXXX It".Rr.*... .S 6i 1 12 4% KbD| Wine ./. "... -, --M

1.F that sn extensir article' will he writ' proceeded to levy the taxes for the W UM.wU of ratios 3......*:as s af W' 21\ a..I.I4 IU Sawtll.R.*T rend <0 MM. Tb s 1' land KAg iw* n (Uiwn' WrnBCraanof . Claret.|l5 ese.. ".: .. ...,,? ?.. 1 00 1M
190" follows to-wit: ..__ ....., _Wbi ker ..... 2.\ 3t 14)Q)
'ten, eaoeciallr a* a misfortune has liar a* w'.f b rtn. n at W thahmmitjiof mck ; Aa Q
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wow' W
,w ow's. "
-occurred In the Unit Creek settlementwhich Where, It ha been ascertain s -1 eertiScab..n W was.,M.:J. Har:.. .. "..oiu..v..tO. Ti I to O. H. Muinm'* K.tra Dry.... too inn'
i ....." .... Sb.K 111. tM K W' Whi M
t ''i -14- CaaradTron. >ker) 4V
Non Cbaudwa WbllAMal' W 40
bee cat a shade of idoom inhj sod determined by the Hoard of w-<.aadtlMH of UM *.> af wrtiaa itM..Yt.Ti..taartMsa".rtttu Cal_.*ld rrliaeiea abut be .......e4 a*. Uolden Be.I' , ...26 m I tit *
commnolty. Mr. Jolm Uavls County CommiMloner that th* I rordum.law,us deed.will lam tacnoo oa Old Joe_'"__ .25 M 1 O)
..>. the Beer Stout
. ... Ale. and Dozen.
Dew M per
after a abort ihness,died Friday evening amount of money to be, raised by .wl I'.,W_'.t.t.doa 1-\aws.kp{ 2 I s al'Ir the Cud.*" eeptembrr. A. D._1WT. Red Kentucky To," _u. ....-... .... 60

+ .' shout 4 o'clock. The lady In "taxation for t'OlUll1 purposes, for lbscurrent :I'.:,..Ii eI...._\..,. .. I--....,. IS s tt'ttas.l.ncW sirmaters and seal ikU tbs Mark.ac.o.: .rs ---------0 T* 160 Ban Pal Ale _. prdaw* tM
gae.tlooweiwell kouwn.nnd btth1vrw.p.u year shall be 4J18 1\1. it isordered tnJ day Auga.t. A. D.t W.l 1>...., Maid .. .. .40 Ti VliMiBalUmor ItUiianekft'a StoutAnliaukcr :
:;
11.' eI........ : 'JI .. f:
K : aD -.1. s. .1.v
t i
; Era. '..* <* 100 Rash Ulueljib*!
alldma.oy j that th* tax of::t mill* on the E. .
O".1 i bv her niahbor. .u'-1 LK8IJCV.
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....'{wI-"utd Uw.S af-'. -,-.. Clerk Old Cambridge. . _40 Ti 1110Pa.I. Anltauter. Bunch Budweitvr fc" 13
are the heart-felt regret*, es4 dollar be ivtrled UJtOO all real and .Air3sKr21a:: tb. s.'. 01-" awtfcM 1* foantT.ClrmltCnartOarvola Florid .... R,. .40 T I "

>re*;.*d at her 'untlmel* Uershnabajul personal property for that purpose . ... B,.ARTHUR. C Golden< Cream - .-40 7* I 'o Rye Whiskies by the Gallon.
and children hav*the ..1'0'1, Whereas it ha teen ascertained b> ... S\.af r.1aion4tta (. ..... I: DONEGA.N. P. Paul Joan M (H 121
llfcteV &..,.4..t..PI.HaU t4.ekFttlHfer I'.< Cossnlauoe--------so 74 I M
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4 of their friend and and determined that it U tv (;olden war Rre. '.,. .
et ajnpaihy necessary KentuckvTayer., .. ...40 ;l I SO per call f **
.n Mark U.lots s.4 ta MockI .
Park L S.
'nlch\Mtr* who .will vie' with eacb raise 64)ME<<: for the reads, and Brook Hill (Bottled la Moaotain' iprtnc Rr* .. .
otter in <<'DI'IIt'b favor a* lie bridces, it is.!rdered that a ter (4 |M.t. X.ta Mark l\ lot. *.4. 1..U Mark IS.Vft Bring us your Job Printing. bond) .. .. .40 n 1Orerbalt "' _.Iat. "Hpnu' Kre XX .. *" in
tent. C R 1 ia Nott 2tt.1 Noc-b !1.=' :\ (bottled In bond) 1 M Iloaatalaeprtoa Rye XXIIOTM . .. .. ***
them, 4 mills oa the dollar be levied upon!: hoe. T old
within lhIr power upon test a M
Yellow Label0 Q 160
JK ? a: .'..* all...alwra tots Md UorUtat .
nil Dull Creek settlement nayhav all real estate and personal properly t. L \ '-Id' Crow.... ..... .. I 101 Xratuckr PrMe. 7 rear old .. 4 i s*
(krtae >'art Kliitaami nMtrteUa W aw.af t..>lde. Crown Rs.-. .r MBcbo -
use but settlement iu) for that Wblta Oak fTena*.... 4 g*
StaerympatheIk no purpose.1l t...rss......D. r>feSa.-ef.a .. ... NtI1ce of .Appllcation to Sell HbUkerl, .. ...4A MlKvotockj =on KT : 4 M
the Florida can boast a more he ear, it has been ascertainedand PrideIS: I d l t Iub.doub;>* .lmp. 4 M
friendly body ol! e'tlaenstaaacao ,II determined that it ,is necessary to statue IMMMT tlimitnm a atria af. wad lID Lands.To inaatof K>*u>rkrWalare : 414)s
raise fur forfeitures I fH't.... s.w m nd s ritkt K war f.. asdnad BalUaMire. M lean old at
be found In this locality.evr nothing flea and Malt Whisky in Class-Case Goods. ..
..> sea Top Kr*.14 aid... .
,UM of. ..H af sw'sKew rear 00NorU
*w4
ready to tint assistance in time L. It is ordered that the lax of no mill on twpMM wek. All li! Whom May Concern:
of need end with an unsparing hand Mhf" dollar to b* l ried upon ail real ...'.af_',...w w..af ar>..af ew4..elioa American Mill 4* 7i IMDuoV'a
Corn Whiskies
and I )to......... :5.af r: e.UM.-.r:!.. UM B.', 014 Naur M narabr stew that tb* vnaaramad aiAdwteMtratar Puts Ifdt ,40 7. 1 S\ by the Gallon.
Ootmr all that can be,,done for the aid personal propert for that purI
g i '
af UooIDota. af Jarrr N. FMtar. Sancbe Malt t 2 .
eel sad.. ta \rttauwvafrw W UM w'yK rarollD Wbta
> (* canair Corm *lloa t &II
, and comfort of other*. This cbe I pose. tie,w4 K wctwa t.re..kte::5.K a.sad ....*....... will auk*application ta HOT Minor S.JMM. Moo. MountAln w.....Oora. per- ( Ik*
the Leaser appreciated .by those ..boar Where**, it has been acWtaioed r Domestic and Imported Gin. in Conk (arollma Yellow Con
J.de.. af tfcaTt* Jvbctel Cimtt is led .
raathrac..ScluklM'ad 21 h.U ta w aid ofAltutM .. .. .
Hasted. as wo art at such di.*. and .1.mIDfld.bat "it is necessary tvraise 1 rears old .. .. p
tor U.cwmlTriu K o.-ta s.d San K P1erioIa at I
Oawt Lia Raiw.rOw.r.tA..M.r.Is 'OI1JJ:
I16S7.4O for Class.BuotVa C&rOIID.II'UkreCouaIT.7.ooan
from professional assistance County Sr'ciatfand.)
tstror. i ,;...., silk Mid nulw y I IS ........ UMOC.. UJiain rrHl Florida.ran ws-soar M sus be.I' ('-. old .. ," s M
I and is it is ordered that of 1 jv
mill
We i hare a healthy palmate U Ike las on OM Usk 4&r of AwaM. A.fl lftC. ors aoo.tlr.eshwr Old Tom Ola 1nootk' Old finest ... -t s..
: the dollar be levied ( *aM 51'liakao.ta bozteMit_baler ill D _.
_ld u4a ihat actual necessity ,we'allsto upon aU: real i aed 160P1r.nta
1 fur that ,(__tnai S hnraakiB I'o!' ..,r*>r.UM _'. af UMa s M ass.. hosed.,. I.a..d.r.....1 'lI: ::.: 1 :viHolUaJ
medical assistance bejond the personal property purpos at prrnta MVFMUv ,. ___.W ... Joey N. harm lie ., I Lowest Prices by the Galldn.Rr .
-t . ,
of those of Whereat, the school Board has .....B I*.. ...:S's af t ... .'t of Iai.wdn
our own peoplewho r*>
peers MPo " 3 r
1 "
I I in and t*tM folliinfaal wen itstdM f>oiB
.rtt. and UM_.of tafrS 2S
Board of Com s5 awtm twa.btp 0. ( Gt. ..
have adapted twmM'hH to cur quested* County 150its -
<-orBfR ------j
1M c Mr .,o.r- and Stab af F......!
wh.KSe.1ew' $4c. IItMra&kw ( 44 Tl s
ftenaphatr I
amt*.** red; are well equipped. for:, .lLluio0 raise a tax of IOVW.2S. ; 61. from ... ta *.
ark TI..t 4 K seta 11 twa6i. :u.el MuMI husk JS .VI) 1 tolrtU
:
S'. ..
akV K rr' ac ci s w4 K s .01-.Y4.cU I
and of mills
a the dollar all other
levy (4 And
on I lalaad Endaraae LJqoon la proponlon.Gins. .
: it it 16IWolte's
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r N W t lbwfs. land. led a t.oasty
WUSvtler ha been road machine school and the Board :!I.\.at r:IP a.tM_V,.,aal* atrtMa t* co: ttCBTadaai8rk

aN ta place the. condition of JIofo'1 1of County purposes Commissioner find that a.aebp :.'....fr&!"*:tM ...... *f n*'.. -too.II K Borrioa aM S_KGo1.a{ aM ... \ .apr. . 1 3ane > Rums and Brandies by the

awer I considerably.. 1111 ,,". said is reasonable it is ,: ......>2..at r 3-e c an_.... T. Uw.*% ., sr5T.d as f....... L.t. Risk r.aM ks s larkAi C' Bark lilts led ..-.- .
street request :
oar pro Is W taws K nsLii sod San T% M\ I 45Redd Gallon.
agar
'.Bro&4...,. I*still tn It* glory Pal-I ordered' that the tat of *i talus onto a.4.1oce s CW54K..4 arts k waw"a s. laws CI,* .26 M I 0
.
.
,IMUGA"D". wenow ,call Mo*qnitoe' dollar b* levied for that purn'e. K.w'a rcti.a'2l::! aD h -.. ,. 3> s drls'a af.-.l. Tb.l.tos_K W..'. Jon11. Pot.to Codrrwoud'.Old Tom 1 So Tw.etls ..... 10n
,I ,in aM a_Mae a.aw.. /taeseTb. Old Ton Ola .25 32
Hetreat. and )!Ivor Alley has been U ts ordered that an occupational ..... .,..'4Q"I.lp. A. O. 11IIJr. Imported Scotch Case Imwwied Holland l Tt
opened<< to the Democratic rooster' t MX of fI'f't rent of the amount I A_.1:_rest. .dU....tone.-K.........J1.'_ '* Whiskies. Feltoa.N K. ks-.')..us oM .4 at
.E. U IX O EKSTREKT.Adauntamnwof .
.......u. London To*face i* In a blaset I prescribed by the statutes for the I rr M Plato" sad. UM falMvinTT! -. tkeI..rMoataweM'1ist..t.S f* QuarU Lsreose.Nedt.d.sm,7ysnNl"" -4..
glory"and the railroad companyar j I Stabs for occuoattocal tax be levied b-I tnm,DL i BVtat af Irrrr" )I. FMtr. I 'William IV. V U. P. t expected to open pThlrtv-econ upon persons engaged in an. of such I C.: LaK -'..*MV UM*<, '.'.Md MS faf n4 a'. 1. SEARSs Aturnrv for AdmtaraWrNotice . Black' and white" cou-b JHa .. Callfor Brandy err callo JLM to s.* fi
Street a* far a* Fourth Avenu I, occupations' and the Collector is I MTUM 1tM a.H af.'. ud .l. af aw'. ofaf

L Prnfessor* Uabbard\ and Alderman directed to collect said Las .n sam: ..Ass I"W.'.K.'. w ...', .4, adari1K --- --- Ir ab 1 M Port and Sherry Wines by the.

bar arrived" and purpose! v> reopen manner ma be would collect for the I,.' as's.1 astir 91 ta-.....,*.af rrr. ol' Application For Tax :The Very Best Com Whisky Ob- Gallon. '

school this morninx. Stale; provided that if by law the I eo.... ....,.....,__ u.. .... at _...

Area appeared all rifht SaturdayInmlnir counties art permitted' to levy a Ww'.e',.,.... ........, __ IK. Uw Deed Under Section 8 01 tainable.. ..'...111ea.$ ,er b tUe 1 .
,......
and was eatlnj a halfripefakerarloa freater per ceoV than Mir per cent> wti K aw"k sad."e K w's. K lair it' Chapter 4888 LaW of I Wilkea Co.. ". X C. S 14X1
with a relish which spoke of such St.a.W.t.. then the Collector I '..,..e:_....._., -s.. W seta daw4. Florida. Old .....-. it.'C'. 2'1' I nipartrd ...... "'ia.petnU..LSsadI6

1'" for. his dlceaUr orjtan O. I. U ordered to collect the full acx> atauthorised. I ..,_.1,. ...._..s "'IM.... K es4 .....4Cam .. ." M IanCatawbn IwpaAedPor4wb 4Ulac._............._
t. fcaptpenad la Urn for a dirid*.aadoelnf I stir xtw .bd.35.K r fit IMA" K s4ad Noire u aerebf give Ut T. X H.n>kr E'k cloy alVrr ......2-\S;' i 60* I I"M ....>port.d aaarry, par .*lta*- 1511 LM, ...1.s

nomewhat oa the dry order nJorrci The folk*wine levy was authorUe .\t.,s.4'a.A6o Y--.ilsK r:!I'se psreksoet<< K Tai CnUftrM X. .t'dated tkitk .

the partial feast. poo the several specialist School w',Kew':sole K.s'w sw4s.1 -. ..-'ef day .! 1._ A. IK IMfV. .... .MOI:.... Imported Cognac Brandy. Orders will not be 'Ailed without

;Cora is cttll oa .be droops list.Gratia . districts to-wlt: Number i, three _.. ....-.. oc.4asdum7.a! iirl.ta.soh crrtiftnu U mf eves sad .M made spell' cash postoffioe '!
.. oruer.
ta the neighborhood ot whit- mills. :(o. 3. two mills, M>. 4. three K.wy4os&.ti-t., .--..... alr tor tax 4 *d a iw.*fm.eo1.4w..itk H4n 0.-1 M:_XXXX ." .:. !_*. order or certified check.express Send money

-F .r taw U not good out a moderate crop mills. sw'ti K sets.,...... sera .. awl. K sw(. Law. sod (a.UScA. _iso W.lkwlaSdocrtbed ManaUxXXX -. fat with Order. money .

ta pxad. \1 The collector. presented his erroneous __tit eras K.wSa___ .. .. !OM W pslest7 1It-.l la Oswala csoatljfsir..e f

The xjeo4 ot our day road ha not and insolvent.. _..1ilia -+.i" :-'(.,.........-'.,-"{ --- .:

vet ha fatly determined apon, but aa some chang same wa accepted., and .---........... { K swt. a'K K 's 0.4 Na'a 8.c: T T. Ss S..elk q2s red H. W. METCAL'F CQ! '

'areiiy father* have, been talking! b* TO* instructed to cocaplet aam arts,oet6r.wt{K s.'i wear I. -..... atftII .

pretty SWOIII17'abcNe. th* road ilia'I. by "noeeUnf. >>..,..B........., (,......If--t. The... ....... .-.ww1 'at 1M claW Klb. .

_I...,perhap they mar, b* able There being no further basiaess s.K.alece't4weiw iL ... K w4 .a--K wb atrtlicse ta Ibe e.eeA. .. ORANGE AVE. ORLANDO; FLA

so hay one, epclaJly: aa h I* saidpOiniOSs Board edjoar0M until next recnlarMrttnc a-tiass.r'2.- : .. _s.I etI'ksesK W.apraLtrodss -\1'

will b*' advanesd. in pries fief>Mobr tad. 1907. 1.r.1 w'i K ass{astir >I. l1.i e Kprbioc .w aAikeae akell be ndeeaed.seceding

r Ma CP..U per babel this ,.*... W* E. L. T- ::3LZT. Clerk i tww t-a c..N.om-.e'a.f.J: a Lw.....Med oUt ILes.enw JUG TRADE A SPECIALTYRATES

mf b* ahl \o pvrchas*, aa des ral*.> Bj, ArrHTra R. DcwmAjr, D. C.: wtK.a'y W....., rli retie b....... tN 3Ak..y., _A.It.Lan.Wkaesee .
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awhomlotof t-.. >>..,.....'-r.Gea 11'o e<< me.iehlsg-taw sod -.I 0.is eke ,

r C.r eoanty co jBilsstonr* ar* car SdIMI News.Qspfola .sa rawl..w..IaSateAoI..wtramtr5rlr.o.ar UllaClu" .U.A. D.tI1C. - --- --

tats tt, and I ImactB this, rang -_&...,. __ 6 1..ay l LL.LbUT. .

abpo Is boilinc.Kotainr'lets than Blca School will open fort ....3$B af r...:.UM*..... t.EaaV:Pork.-west rt ,.-,;!-";l\\,:" !o'1'':/ CMrt CYew C.ert0.tee AND SCHEDULES TO THEJamestown

'*a railroad' bro**a* taromrb this e tall taws oabe second Monday la sstwaal..lesotra/t1..wfow o..r Aars4Ke'rtea.e'K :,\ a C.s.tyi T1.rtdaRIAaTHrk

r ea short Motto can !.<... --. "" .,........-"' .. ... af nania* K.af ,BtQfa6AX. tt.t1' I .

tF'bs' Dkta'\--.v *** >a lift oatbe OB ccovot t>f the Illness of the w4, w4 a.dYa "t;. )tHi"I"

Weep Mast b*coin to bay aa a.soatsbile .. tesokr, .Uses Edith Selcaap. the .......,...,. aM st Ks4 rtir 1.f, I

sad view the covntr. Bar opcaiep of the Ashton school baa ....>>..,..>st"1..h..L.e4Y osssl.ws.1a Notice to l) btob'nd Creditors Exposition I

I .........! ax leaat'a doer PBISOUS say. bens iadeeiktl7 110<+<4'O&>>4.. -. .tiwee..7ed.s j ,,-!"{ ,

-W.... *BB U dos rose for any of those fete Ptoiac school Xo. S win opentie. tlo.-.ia II. r'*IBM.....W......... .

MI0ra ac a\ia." Spins'' say wora I, xcond Monday la.. aeeember. 8r-wI5at. ._..., .4 ..dsn 1Mit.-te Aa_.......eke's aeort tM imtiafAJkartK.

.1..a that, ba a* >trtac MaUt af ........--i -i ....laa> af Wcoma Season Ticket MO 45 sold Dally

...baer .eing aw* acaadnJoM bad I: tKeei., St.. .... 8awr a.It a..... K o.-ia. Bar 'wI' .....:...1 .sassed asereL SinyOar TIcbu. 53 7* Sold Dally.

...... will 4>adu bat there ar* WMB* once of Aoplication for Tax I...to...-.die-"i .,..... at__ lGl.ai, ...._a W ..ddetts..d s1.h.psist'ar a.-. Fitv--DQ Ticket . :7 35 Sold Dally.

*..*. eJTreccions> tMorladiar. the Dee Under Section 8 of tZ:t.d.a.t why ad sea-55.s.4 Wewtsa.lw'aKwyadws _1M er p'wwad Coach Excursions, IT.IS, sold each Tuesday and Friday llb tee '

r dMBBBjaiM and o her --... '.Chapter 4883. Law o, oils K..eti'. W taw,wt tha MM wal ba favtaar kanad.CaaouncK ...... day*. cot rood la Parlor or Sleeper. car 4

y I3at.a 4XMmty cjoaiiiilot has ta b. of I bridJ.Ip as--....>sa.assel.sli.wa4K.w'aftKs4bawwelk a.-t..........a s.. waaw wr+.R. 1.r

_I t Sk*aa obdUnaa mate- h* BMTVTO* so.beasbygtveatb.tsLD.e1.ee.epatokew : -... ".. K riPe.. ,dossWsst.. Const Line "Norfolk Flyers." .-

IBMU aha the barOer a* kicks. aad. ... woKBLek..dB..srA.ksaR.. ... -.;.. I v BHAeD6]., ,
TYaCmwbaw 1I-.aa.. dead toe
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