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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 4, 1907
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00301
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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BROW ktBIGSfNSATION'$ i badly'l in fte way for awhile,: 'but j just 1 foe..pj> ot..eot,, .though, .nominated: / : '. -
u-soon as the vegetation. itt aalsjry of M.800; 'be. tint
exhausts fV GEADIS sH wo'uM
the la a primary. tfeere, was legally,;, noeomjnation.tor'theol'Aoi'of h Ftia .. .101*. flbi wan
: rich soli; as It will soon do,? ,then the bean I.J....... $0 ht*I .fMaU7 ,hot to I.Me 'Oeekwe baptlasI tii
oond itlons : Judge accept,' wired >y. M, ?_? a.e. '...
. will become oorm al,, aad of the Criminal Court of '''Record In QVERtSTtMATED.Experts so that be ...M be with Joieed the Baptist 'okvreb.since. "
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LSMMMSqs M MMB" the Vegetation will not'be ID the wart Dade'county, '. them this week.,; The next"Dd eM .... beea'a''. .ltIaIaI"r. '' ebI
I arse.bee
Gives Startrtflg i !<.:Reas M Why'' He Vlll But as continue conditions/* ''now'' are,the streets "It, 'may be '1'Irued'.' ,111'. ,S.od. J of'pualb'In his'resignation to tbe': Board ., She lea y.. eAght. 'ohlMrea, ;err'',Mst

Prohilliti'f1 ReWes 1 to get.. more, fertlje, ers "as some twenty odd,, ,votes aheadof Give a Black ,Eye to Sugar' that instruction"and [they, raslf.log two sister; beeUes. ......,'rrela 6...
<; and the It
veiretatlon. would ,
is to-be be;
more In, 'the"U1 Mr., Metcalf In the, first primary, standing in and friends to too rn her laeal "
Production the ;
: professor's l
S Ome r ..iIy't115tfY. and that, ,therefore,be was the choice] ...: cepted light; u> 'refuse, so*' sympathy., of i t.h.. ">: eatiraeausmanlty
If the cows that penned of the' bI..Ip.t.loa.. The' prosfe..or'left .1 ,
are .on our people voting\ ''That point lasts. goes out t.lae sorrowing oaesv ,The'
The Tlme.UDloPeDueola' Correspondent ..t..ey''f'' night! 1000, were penned cannot be mantalned. It. Is a fact ow'h, l.u.'Wedneeday''' for his funeral was held In the Union etnurew f ,
\lDb that the 'following where The Live Oak. Democrat :says 'that me, but bis".tl1 sMU(, U;
paper the land oodld be cultivated, that Mr.. Stoneman' received more remain -!! on Thursday at 10o'cloek'eo.dtio,' M

In reference to a' speech made 100 wren of land would be enriched I In votes than did Mr, Saunders. ,In' tbe since drainage got Into politics In this school In Gainesville. until Lbe, closing ,by He t J, T.<'Bell.a ;former 1.......

by .Governor JJroward. In favor of 12 months, and this planted la Yams, first primary"and received more Votes. State U has been'" dinned Into our ears of next 'year,:-Gainesville, Interment was Wde In the! Oak Ridge '4 Z
prohibition In that, olty last Ssturday would produce by the drainage, advocates, ,:and Iterated Elevator. ., : '
40,000 bushels; which than did Mr. Saunders In the second] and "', ' -.' .,. .. .DleL.r1.-Piaec..u.. Cor. :In ''South''
reiterated that
eight: at flfl? cents' a bushel would be primary, so that It cannot be argued the- grandest .r Florida SenilneL ,

'Governor. )Napoleon B, Browatd $20.000.00 dollars. Therefore we are that Mr. Saunders was the choice .of sugarfam' In the world' was waiting Jails Casts The deceased lady war tfhe .mother. a, '

suddeolV'sprung,1Dtothe prohibition losing at. lees.5,000,00' a year
fight here last nljrnt, and delivered value- of the fertilizer Js computed err primary for Judge;,of the Criminal and rich, Once the'water was drained off left.. (W mark1. and,, he became aged ninny friends sympathise. with' him. .:i Iii
one of the most telling' addresses to be t the valueof tbe et-op raised (on: -aocount'of Court of Record, although he did not I the land made ready for- cult' before his time 'Sickpess Is often his /Jo... -* "

'heard daring th. oawpaiga. The' address not' oennlng-/ 'the cattle on receive,1'eat to Mr.:' Stoneman, :the yation. The figures to productivity caused by a, torpid llrer.. Herblne . .. '.,

of the governor was cot-onlv s' land that, will, I be cultivated beside highest/ vote; but:,, when the 'election mounted up until Cuba ... a country will regulate' your liver und give you Letter ,to ;'one, but In reciting to''' the *" was made to seeoff-aln.ost barren land h. ltJt., 6r. Carrie. '
strong having'the l lthleit streets of any town was over and 'Mr. Stoneman was by Austin, Hoi Ion, KISSIMMBE FLA,
audience' In an address at armory In North America.) X, found to be Ineligible,. the- Governor comparison and we Were to roll in K.a..., writes: "1 consider Her i Dear'Blrt' YOII'V.I'O' 300 how

hall, he told why b. was, opposed, to was left free to .ppolo''wbomever be such saccharine wealth when our great bins the ben medicine t ever heard of. much will ; take cows;

the sale of liquor,, '''and in doing so' THE 'taipawicE'QUESTION.. believed to be beat quallIIed'yo .make unrivaled farm'waa opened up that'1 I am never without It.'" Sold. by for 100 you"of '''em sent for''esltea'andmUk 'le.r-yOU', ..

went Into the history of bis own family .. *- -, tbe best' Judge.. J have. appointed we could almost"supply' tbs world | Roberson's.Pharmacy.. pick out.the 100 ::" '- Hi :
with 11
and made iststemata. which atartlhis d,, that'same man for the precious stuff, These'figures/ t
'those1'particular.reasons '
bearers One of' these statement* Dota't.Oo'too.Pa.ti;, SeysOrfr Dar ,'and I do not say Itwith, any went.without! Queet.loa. for there were | A PROHIBITION
was to the effect that 'after the .civil ooosaCorroepordwt" : view'of' .disparaging the sterling no ,,experts" to deny them, but, the : point is: cows are not a"ii.,4Uke! ,

war, when he was. me.'ou..h., his The rapid ncreaseof prohibition qualities of Mr. Saunders; but if two noise of them bas gone 'abroad,, and I'' of Terrlirsee: ;-Made a ractlcailv ,and"It you Is' kDOWhlcb .Is which.-

father returned home from ;the *war in Florida; ttf act In all the SoutheraSitee men are naturally endowed with common In regions where there are experts, the 6e.t. so with valet. You've'got' oDe, 1C'

and being unable to cope with the new Is encouraging: 'Every. .frten d senoa .and are equally 'equlppe claims of the everglades have, been r Dry* ; different tow In that herd.TIIere' .... 'MO

'surroundings,, took. ''to drink, ''andafterwards of bomanity rejoices to see that the when they, leave','the ""school house e examined and cast aside as gross sex Knoxville, Tebn.,, Sept.:. 28.Tbe: and paints'ha tbe United States; (f

died ,of pneumonia, Con majority of our cltlceas are opposed door for tbeposition of Judge, .but aggerations.. In the Liberty Digest.' State:: Surpreme Court to-daj held .the know 00.,best. YOU know the'best" .cow, ;
to the system of the saloon, debraucb- one of the'standard publications Pendleton law constitutional. we the best paint
acted while drinking'' excessively one of them has been In the
practice ,
i+mother broken-hearted'commitle d Ing our children, .ruining our .associates of .law.,.ten years and one .of them America/we find the following: This statute was enacted by the Tennessee the Tbd best best calves cow U the, :one that,,gives.
r suicide by shooting herself. using .a , Illntr our,jails, And. Increasing twenty years, and provided that "Retr.rc ac the possibilities I of the Legislature ;last spring sod hi the bus'and' :; 'The'best'paint ';
shottrun as hiesi our taiatloa.. both bad diligently' Florida Everglades as makes mandatory the abolition corer 1o.iur, -
a weapon. These are) / worked In the. a sugarpro of the face and
i, 'reasons, when 1ft years of age, for i Only 'five'or' six' counties in our profession I law- and- had led exemp dosing region, touched upon In a saloon In all cities In Tennessee of paint nor stays' there longest:-neither: '\' '

f taking'a"pledge to do his. utmost to, State DOW welcome and .sustain the lary 11 ves'in the county. in' which they; recent article quoted in'-these columnsfrom 100.000() () inhabitants ,or less that are whether cow Holstein trOll .by oolornobody'ask.

'drive saloons and'liquor from tb. saloon. It is probable Lbat.. ,wtlhlD a lived, I believe that the older man, up the Manufacturers record, the ."hereafter. Incorporated being an better io look-at.; or Jersey. .are'. :

.Le.'of' Florida. .-The: audience whist i year the saloon will be confined to the to. tbe time he becomes, too old, following editorial comment Js ,made amendment to the so-called'''Adams law .

had been applauding, the remarks' of counties of Duvall. Esc amble allcJHII1.borro would ,be the best' equipped, 'taking by the Sugar Planters' Journal (New which prohibited( ''saloons all' towns i gallons Dever'will' ::coyer, 'your. oFv

' the..:peaker.,. frequently,, when these : 'The.. Counties contains Into consideration his greater knowledge Orleans.. of 6.000 or less. barn and wear 10 years;;, It'll/.take 15 .

remarks were made, became ;suddenly i large foreign population, opposed of men and of affairs'and of The supposed possibilities of2,600, : It. is a 'Ylttl r.1 expansion: of the of wear another paint' ,. and that ,.palnt'H.

quiet and It. seemed. though' a ':pill to prohibition, clad -..', present it is his longer experience, would make 000 tons of sugar being produced from "four mile law" to all of the cities of 6reirsk

had been thrown over the assemblage. doubtful soy law, prohibiting'the' him better material for a Judge than 600,000 acne-!. too absurd 'for con the Stank Reokon costs.. ..Devoe'JO'gallons'f

The ruin which bad been wrought In sale of Liquor 'eoiild be observed' ; the other man with half'' the'' experience slderatlon' for Cuba t.belde.1: ''.tugs r Under the provisions of this l law the 1.75, $17.60; about 10 days' ;-work'tS, w ,

the family of the governor by liquor To'maintain' ; and enforce any law ..wemustjhare ,"-14 ..Oalc Democrat. country both as to land and' climate, same Legislature repealed the charters $30; the Job' 47.eo for tea, years; H.75"

and which had been; disclosed by him, a majority of the voters doss not average more than half that in the'cities of Knbxvllle,'Bristol, Columbia a 1..".. The other: '15 'gallons LOO.;

''caused a, sensation, and 'when* the (raving'It; The temperance movement,. Ladles Should .Heve Vote. yield, or about 5.000 pound.'of sugar Clarksvllle and Jackson, and $24; about.15 da1'',work. ta, 1405; 'the'' .

ao.eraor.1." the platform, he. '...' sweeping along' as rapidl'at Its most -I hate been informal to the'' acre, against_ this '"Florida' enacted new charters,'which'by ,virtue job. lap for five years; $13.80 :a:, year. 1
th.t the
,greeted. with hand-shakes by'. the Immense ardent friends ever anticipated! : To consideration claim of, 10,090 pounds;, If tbe 're* of the Pendleton law prohibits saloons Devoe.$4.76 a year'the other. $U.80 a'.
of that
lake further action, to force' any the petition'asking t claimed lands within the year Difference 99 a' year;. ',
concourse that had heard the any 1 the cattle be penned'at, night has1'' been of tbe Everglades. boundaries of these ,.cities. .
:,a4d......" Counties not deslrelng' prohibition' deferred until the next of should average 3.000'poulld.. of ugar Alter November 1st the saloons will That's how' .to reckon; ;'col'. .' ,and

.. by a State law nay prove In the end meeting the to the acre It would be a good sugsr exist. In :Tennessee only,ln tbeclties.qf paints 'Yours truly ..
A Cocrecfioa.Basstnger. <<....&erou.. Let :the, present law directed,to"aMiert.ID;and thatthe Clerk was return-- quite ..- much as them Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga.. '1'. W.' ..DEVOll" ,&"pp;.
FI&:. nth iw.Mr. .. the.sioo. and report the , stand and rlthln five years optimistic sugar man who knows 'I -
., W:B. Harris,.JCIsslmmee,. Fla- will, be baat.hedfrom the State number of 'registered ,voters" on:the would care to figure OB., There" has ;Lest.W1;
petition referred- to,, and :> ..o'o Death of : .
:a =
YPorgef S. '
Sir. been much ; bible .a\-
Dear I During the next few years enjU too restless, bk tee), '
.1 have just got the Valley! Gaaett. grationwill pour Into our .state In 'a counter The petition Is resented.' '.' Lion .. to what the Infinite, latent possibilities Our community ''"..' shocked{ and at alght.:wonV>,.. .,'......"*.u..II0&111' .,

sitoottoed.'shgbtmtatake, : .In the volume'greater: than ::we hare ever his wrjter a "registered'voter' of the Everglades .... .saddened fast Wednesday morning, ., ,A bottle'':'of'' Wage's' ,Creass

pmoa which yba pnt .la 'tot me, and I known: It will come largely from the but name 1 t. not on either' petitiontherefore ; Such Claims foundation whatever Sept 25th' 'to ,learn :of the sudden Vermifuge user fads to *MS .' lips 4

?''which' I wish you will be kind enough north, made up of men of good moral freely. With be claims all'the right to' speak and can but. work death of,;Mrs.. .C.rol1a.'Ha.isll/; at soother MotiM nehsr' zl bt? ,Whja,..'

:,p- to eorreot for> me, I did not take the character; men with tamtly.e.klaga: Honorable deference to the 13tafe of Florida 'and the ,Southernsugar the home of her daughter Mrs. T. H.: OJoMIo.y..lhp. aovmany,tlstes. ', '

child to "*. for 'nedlbal\. treat'meet : permanenthomew ,'These home Seekers that Mayor'and decision based CounclT. ::I submit < Industry la the: 'end.," Smith. She retired in her usual health when tbe .baby Is pale ails fretteL,Ills'motber ,

.. had been to' Va. to visit I any upon .the Tuesday; night,' and was found, dead 'tIIoM not know S ,
we ; will prefer to locate' In, a countywhere '. .. ev :. .
number of "registered voters. ton the J' - : bottle. ,of 'UUe nedlolasS '
bed Wednesday morning.- < art.rf N
'friends and to the exposition: ,and wag had. no liquor sold: Florida Isyet'designed petitions; ,for: and against: the retaovalof Pref.tkl8I111. . 6otx N.Millisll"t. born In Washington, ..couaty Ga.,was. taMM. PPiortohJsFUNERAL ......:11 ',-1; :" 'I
'returned >iis.lmms.so4'wa. to be> q"oauQafactoriDState t cattle from the .streets wouldbotfair .lie lt oen.lti; has been unexpected 'and .. 81.. fa ... ,
y I
an .
lace for the boat ,to go, .to kBahger( and ''''.11.'.the line of. cigarsfaetorier ; : The, pl'lootp..I.Htfertoere aiw'not aDd regretefcle sWprfse to eatttrsvllle- saoved to Oraaee; ooonty; '. "'L1"' ... -: :::"' .
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We beenin KissfmtDee about two ...,.. "
bad '
9 will.atal'. a locationoffering voters at all, and they certainly bu'l and five hundred sod fifty/ scholars! "r- ', r. .'". -.J.. ..JllJ. 11 Ii TL "
weeks before the chid taken'"aiC:1:k .. ... .
was the 1 .. their ec useaeesdMitic, .. .
'so t1 temptation to. a right as citizens to be'beard. under him to learn 'that' ,t.he''., ....1. . "- ,, ,ie ii. eisrki, ,If ...
would plain
I wish you ; make employes.. I respectfully ask that there"':'be Ktloo'of (.. : .. "
an Thomas F <<
not' .MoBeath'as h. -
about that part ii "would' JlkeforUs / P1
x The tonghr,-b4 bums, gambler, election on .question'In'which' the' principal of the High School J W Till : "
many friends to;think\ :tits, trip the desperados 'will leave the 'drv adult population' 'raale' and ""female has been made. and accepted.Thrw -- : ..,. . ,. ,
caused Its death It seemed as wellas > :
s* Bounties and swarm to the few places shall have the fight to vote for, :or separate'' and distinct offers All r JOndt of :ifrww. '
U be Ibe" time it e {
could, top. to wan Jmada" > ,
.cholera' where.liquor is' 'sold*. ''The propertyholders against the removal 'of cattle :}rom the during the'past two. years love been .. w : ,. "
taken sick., It died with lhfaatum 8 the moral' ,bu'(ineta mQ'"of streets at nlrht. 'Give'tbe' women- the made .the- .
and It was 14 months, and ;
the few wet counties will soon ... .tb.t right to TOt and"we don't fear the spobsible educational positions 'at 4 LICENSED EMBALMER I '
days old Instead of IX and !& Be klDd'enou..h saloon 'Bui salaries of/ 12,000 and. .* r, ,, ,1--,-, *,* :
the Is a detriment to. genuine result. If the owners' of the cattle over, ,but the t 'Proinptitttatitbn
to fix this for me. and oblige, CWrwi to '
enduring prosperity, and 'wilt tot Doe pastured on' our ['streets to the professors lore for .Gainesville has .I : : .1

M Ypurs Respectfully. ,' untarlly join u. lb a crusade. '..againstthe serious taoo ,eoleace' l 'others, can heretofore caused him to decline; but tI'Also Nice, Line of Ladles'. pad I onlers.serVt. by: mail, of --t 1
Ja. A. Clements
t worst,enemy oj Man. fairly gain the majdrlty/we; : -sub- when he received telegram the vlauer .ell telegraph. ;. I'io"' ;
Basinger- Fla. 'NA. OOOSSl: mgt And If' the new .name for tbe part Of last week 'offering trim, for tbe ell' :Cents'.Burial Robes. T --" - ,: ;yp' 'bl w 1 .

.w ''A Moat; Worthy Article: ? .- , place be established, and it'shall ",beknowiThereafter last time the position of, dean of the 4 -, Vilest Side?, ',erf";11'Rgafdenoe ::

t, When 'an article has' .been on the The Governor R,..teas ,.. .as .'Cowslmrnee.'f.. . all department of padsROgy: .of the State lit 'PHONE 78. Court Houta Square. : ..

''narltet tor years' and 'gains' friends Tcrning'dowa: ; Mrv 8ton'eman-'U' >.'ebomtnee rl b...; - . College' at Columbus, Miss, at,,'. Wr..cLk-:" ek__...._'.... -.a:. .uASi ltollc AinaoAai l' ..iAtesata.' :4 M > .k

."e'f'17..r.-It. Is safe' 'to call this toe? of tbe primary, for' ,Judge, .of 'Possibly, something.In t.b.1 law nay ... . ......

'dlclue a worthy one. Such Is Bal the Court of Criminal Record of Dade permit the ,course"suggested. If rot .u.

lards Horehound Syrup. 'It post 00'1111.1."bo',wat shownTto be l legallyIneligible I trust that every lady In,, the town ... .
.t.I .u cures coughs and all PulmoaL and RhID'"- the apolntmentto will be at the council hall at the nextmeeting'

'ary dtle..... One of the,best known to Met aU In.teed'ot lt>., Stone-; ,;to express: (.heir preference in

merohants In Moolle. Ala.. sa/s;' man,' who polled the next highest the matter;', And If "women'srights"

"For five years .hss col vote h..' brought much ,,ton- ....?001. respeote414 the decision, then From :

'r been troubled with the winter cOugbti,'f demna lon upon' Oovernor BrowaniI I have, greatly misjudged the',, char-: I Imported Jilp

'we' owe .this to Ballards HorehoundHyrup. Kdltor Dean, of tfce Miami Metropolis. aster the honorable gentlemen who

;' I kao!v. It has saved'my child wrote, to the Governor,, 'asking bis have been ':Entrusted.wlthAhe' ;m..ce-

t req from many'slok spells..". Sold; ;I.reasons for making such an appoint* went ,'. Interests.' '. ,I'' : //t L k'a

I Jby'RobersonU' Pharmacy;,I .: mentr,> and :.. "thematter has ,been .ll A .CXTfZEN. *-
"" "
: Nuisance, wldelv discussed by.the State press 1, . The Cow : ; I
,",. Editor! ,Y.U..O.zet.t land has aroused much feeling,,, we :'Cow Nuisance., , We have just received a fine assortment ,;of i i iJAPANESE -
; (reproduce below such pari'.of tbe Go Mr Editor,
', ,As the.'Kowsunmee": couocll hs. !I M-nor'.B! reply'as: 'necessary for. the Y.-betll { ;
the J'b .reading whit, keen Inter
: d for.another}nionth ques':1'tt.o"a. reader. to understand bis motl ves: GOODS
: ', .. he cows sb'kU\ !tie eat "cow nuiss cs"' and am gladwomen'areallowed w
to wh ber
*> > VNow, ,In reply to lOur Inquiry- "as "' - f, i R
.. '. penned.,night,, further agitation. l ji to..;why" 'I appointed, .Mr, Metcalf! instead.'of to, ,express 'their of all suitable'for;.
opiniOn 'this subject Birthday' and:
: The: Valley Gazette Is, In order. ,appo It tlog Mjj Saunders, ; Upon first :
The question ai to whether the, lie > coming to KUstmmee eight years ago,
;: will say that under, .the law 'of responsibility 'Wedding Presetiis.
.I" dies will have,, to raise their skirts of making :appointments I noticed "'DO" being discussed, \
highest to the weeds In case; of and thought-- how" shameful: It was! -
escape to offices, when, they are to "be 'filled I ; ,
allowed/; 'Sloes I joss ,
: : suffered
''penning, or of film, matters4''now by appointment, Is solely that of tJeGOYI'f'DOrtS ? Our selection consists ,of Portiers "Screens Curtains'. :
stand, has' been raised but this Is I believe In the "primary and Inconvenience. from, stray 'battle.; : ,
; Cushions : -
beside the issue,for' the:Udles, (bless election method. of making wnocolna-- When this Important >subject'r.roa.' "J Pillows* Lanterns, Parasols. Wlckerwork,>and a::numer ;

'.them) wU"-":,, .t1U 'be .. 'charming. latth.r'e tions as'a general proposition aad;I I felt great.aUtfactlon' thai;"it'"' \ would ; 'bus and costly! assortment: ,of, useful and* ornamental ''China_'and ,,,
.. ; soon end. I' also'wish to' call attention : ;
: : Bric-a-brac.
t ; '
:q will .a&hat. If thai..1."ho, oonatituUoeal'or'other'legal'probibltloai t .

.' '\There' Is..:ne'question ,that has aoi'beea & .';: idthenan . to"which a cow, 'went pwned.roundest by a prominentcltlsen. 'night I We'"'would. call. attention to:our Complete Line of?.Floor CoV. : ;.f.
brought forwardfln the discus ; nominated by the: primary well ; ings,.consisting of Carpets Mattiogs, Rugs.;Art Squares all; : y''
Uoa. of shown opening as \as you or X, I ' : fli"c,,) at) :
far unless U
so end thesis thecaose: election or u clearly' u '
p reasonable '
destroying'people* fruit trees, .andtbe.owner.knew prices: v. *: r' + ,
*., ,the rank growth of weeds, and grass.tla that the person nominated Is'unfit for : would; j .*
oar .......te.', 'The"cause Is "simply'the 'the; position;- T: would appoint' the : it but not ,do j 'COME AND'LET, ':US' " '
: ) cow. At least 1000 cows sleep;too nominee,"t.Jbh lUb'l .m.tldecl'; that anything. ,'hav.I'W1, four j jpl. : >. SHOVV YOU. WHAT, : .WE ]HAVE.; . ,
.- tQ tell how Uils Vedacatedcow"
.:. ;our streets and iaoantlot.tiryblght' jn some IJnstanoes'the nominee of ;..a them. j : [ '" -
troubled :I all '
r: and this has been kept4ip for eo long, primary may not be,,M:.:.wIses41. seieo-a;! penning, cattle hope. Uioasn l : 'JJ\N" 'B" : : ". ; ."( : f
( favor j oty '. at night| 'MI .A' 'I"N" :
hat our.Ideate have become esoeed- sIeti ItowVeottlsl. b. !"'w E L: ibtakingfh' \ 'K" S OJ" N1 'C'0" ... .
this ,
wUlpress unlit. >* ;
> .Ie ;J :
matter acconpllshed. . . ; : '. "
.Iql.r.w., andi Is no wbadef :tba .., wfakfi4iy.4.atIODlam. ) ) .:. L.h t ., '., . .
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-Kill-the witches*
of thunder pointing to tbe group LAID TO NEGROES
MAIWA'S ; .. ,
1 ..8: REVENGEALtAN of women. J' '.,. < ;; ,' sP sAsQrGl'hrod 111MMH
gasped! Every "spare them -. '
+ "Nay: . ', ; M''f i '
_ H* made them do It. t .. _
e;.. .. iOR. And he pointed to the 1" .human fiend, Mere lightJhrbwn: on ALI -'; ,) er'ou.. malady I : !. ;'I _
in the trap. i '"
. .QUATERMAIN'SAREATEST' ADVENTURE, Then Malwa waved her hand to v* to IdRcd I ; Conspiracy in Cuba., biilypu don't need totiela t
fall back, for the moment of her,vcuge . ,
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SaaBMHSBSSSSMSMSS lM SS SM- nce was ome.
p W"'f'It"' We did ao, and .alit strode her. .. : :. round .

..a) By, Sr' RIDER HAGGARD. lord and flinging the white robe from I 13 A POUTICAC"SCHEMETrouble :; :neck to 't. V"* '' 1!
cure ,
J ulltor of "IIA.Ki..,Bo.o.tos's JtSr.,"Ell!. her Mood before him.,her fierce: ,, beaiH.tlfnl your FBALLARD'S
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like stone -.t>' I'\ .a" ,
. . ., face fixed : '. \
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------.r ,00-1. u-f :; : : rl.'iMtt :' "\Vlio am IT' she riled )Jo so terrible 'ell k'Me"
: '. 'w _______,_________. .__ a voice that be ceased his yells."Aiii .- Due to Pact that < ur
hundred I that woman' who:was given Arc Barred from Office*-Three.
l I CHAPTER 'fIr. ;iJ. 12Coptlnned Then we started with some four
.. men for the rUlef kraal. to thee for wife>, aqd whose childtboo Cuban Oenerals Placed SNOW

Very soon w* were there. slowest? Under Arrett. ,
Will With staking a yell their bey iron4 sprang shields upon and It ws, aa f have said placed against "Or am I tbe..'plrlt come to sea tbee. LINIMENT p .b
the mountain aide, but within the fortified die '

'; straight with a lato yell they bounded foe from. It liner and did not cover more than "What IK tlila?" abe went on, drawing JL.Va.hln ton special rays: T.'ait department -. -J-- 4ai

our astoutlied them'now and an .cr rod a half of ground alto the withered baby hand ,friTui the I will euro that throat In short; order.Ballard'a '1
era.hl'e were 'offlciala. whllo -
admitting '
gether.Outside. much at her side Snow Udmcnt penetrates the pores, promot-
fighting like demons. was n tidy reed fence, within -Is It the band of a babe, aud,. bow that agitation la rampant MODUS'' the lug frco.ciroula.tlon glvlug the muscles moro ckutllolty.RHCO .
Crash! from the oilier side.
which., neatly arranged .Ip.a scml-cir- came that baud to be thus alone? Cuba ,because. BRUISES '
Kola's Impl was 'at Ha work and! negro population in of A-nSM.CirrS, SPRAINS.
ctilnV line, stood tbe but of the chief'sprincipal "What rut. It off front tbe babe,, and CURES ,
.till the spear and plume appeared wire where Is tbe babel their failure to'receive their propvt WOUNDS OLD SORES' STIFF JOINTS 'i

for ground a moment of 'the against mountain the ,brown und back then* ,Jfalwa, of course knew every Inch of I "111 It a band or I I. It tbe Tlrlon of It share of offices, ;discredit the probability BURNS AND ALL PAINS. "1' . ;

R the kraal for I she had lived In It, aDdled baud that shall presently tear thy ..
'upraiiffdown and rntbed like a ttorui oC any uprl.lnc'acahllt tbe i"rwTlalona GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.
'its straight to the entrance.AVe throat U

upon The tbe rr..1'moll foe. of men ,tnruMl till.wI.lod peeped through tb.'ga te'l\"a,.. Where' are thy soldiers AVambet{ I ) government! on that account. MI-UJ:. >iwii-, Provo Utah wrltect "I haro used BaJlard'B'' I
; Xot soul lobe aeeu. r> they sleep and eat nnd go forth \ Tooth-acho and born Throat; :
that astonished, a was o The negro -population com pot Ing 90 Snow JUitimonc for Neuralgia, *
turned way There 'were' the huts, and ,there was' to do toy blddhng,, or"are, ,Iliey perIIHUCC "whichupon ai] >licttlon mivo me instant relief. 1 can recommend -, *
.. bewildered overborne by doubt and the (clear open: space, floored with a cl dead and.scattered like the wintor per cent of. the people who oppose a U ah boln ; the best Liniment I have ever Ufcotl 111! curing;

terror. concrete'of lime, on which tbe nun beat!' flowers?" Palma's government, claim they' have l>ala caaaod: from Neuralgia, etc.", i.
Meauwbllc, Ibe slayers stared not
tbelr laude,,and on f'resIde pears fiercely, but nobody could we. ace or lie groaned and'.Ile( fierce-eyed' .'wont not been'' fairly treated. A., continua PRICE 25
_i gr fIA.bed.nd the fierce shout of triumph bear au went on: Lion of this agitation.. It la, admitted, '. f IBallard' ;
went to Heaven. "Tbo jackal hat gone to cortli.anld; "Art.tbou, still n chief. TVaiutie, or :
up Malwa. does another take thy town and power! might have a serious effect: In driving. Snow Liniment Co.a
Tbere too on the wall stood Ifalwa '
._ ._. "
le'"JU be In the' behind bit ' d,,A" (Lot there .
'a whit garment streaming, (rem beiabooldera cave and say. lord, *i uui "- L '. "dI.'of the malcontents' to attempted \
her but," and be pointed with her spear and what I is that stare's leglct upon GOO-502 North Second Street i
an aftegal in tier Land, seiu'iclrcular rising* In Isolated places, :but Governor '
toward another small aud kueeT"Is !
Ir ,breast Jiearlnclier eyes Oaeblnff. thy ST. LOUIS '- l1.lSS0URI.'t\
Above all tbe din of battle 'could III<'Iosllr.., over which a large but It' a ,dream Wanibp, great lord Magocn.U.eald, to, be preparedto f
Will visible, that bad the cliff Itself for, and 'cblef ,cr"-und Ibo lifted her :
of voice she like !
catch tbe tones her clear as ; prevent Anything an n urreu ,
hook them In Lie -
background.I find
a Clinched hands '
urged'Bat the victory soldier was on not to yet.victory stared at Ibid' lento.By fpoc-"lintU n womnn's vengeance lion Acting Secretary of War Oliver .Sold and Recommended by \

\Vanib* soldiers gathered 1Ueinoelve George, It was true!-It wilt entirely toned bee out null a' '* wit waa at the white house Thursday, ;

r? together and bore our men back made of tusks of Ivory plnutcd overmatched tby. tyrllnnur strength. but he did? not regard the stories .of I'I'r Sale at ROBER5ONS DRUG STORE. ;
''.Ii,. tbe beer weight; of number In tbe ground, with their paints bend- and art tbou about to ilowly, die" iu -:
'Ing outward. _, torments horrible, to think. ou, 0 tliou a Cuban revolt of sufficient Importance .
to then
l4 more
They began !Rive, once
'r they ranicj, and the fight bung doubt. The smallest ones though-Done were accursed murderer of little children?" to bring It 'to the president's attention. .. .KISSIMMEEKOITTE )I1iEIvma.
fully.. .' small were placed nearest to the cliff And with one wild lIC"rpllllJ elm :

r "Slayjon war w1Jelp ,"' cried Malwa on either side but they<< gradiinlly increased dashed the dead band :of .the clilUl! :
from the wall. In size till they culmlnnted In straight into bU facetuL\ then fell Governor Magoon la keeping- tbe

two enormous tusks !in Clio shape of an teutelcss on tbe floor. "" war department advised of the situation : : ;
"Are "
; you afraid ;you worsen you
fhlcken-bearted ".om"nJ Inverted V, f ornjed"the gateway to the A*, for the de-wolIln tbe trnp. .be and la consulting freely with" ; !

"Strike! borne or die like do!?*] hut. shrunk back a* far as its iron bounds General 'Barry and other military om- LILI.IB.
I was dumfounded with delight andindeed would allow 111 slanting out of STEAMER STEAMER KO8BADA, ':
''\Vbat-you Rive uayj% Fcliow me, eye; gets In Cuba. The agitation baa been
: where Is theelephant hunter Mil bond with pain and ,terror, and Captain' Clay Johnson; ST. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr ': :' "
rblldren of : ala? alive !In Havana and Pinar del Bio ..
,And with one wild long cry be who would not be. if he suddenly saw: then once more begun\ to ;yell.' provinces In tbe latter province being Regular veekly trip. to Basilnfer sd return. Roseada leaves Klsstsa. 1'
leaped trop the wall, as leap a stricken fire'or six hundred picked/ tusks net up The whole scene wan more than I nee Tuesday morning:, and arrives Klsstmmee Friday eveoloc. :
antelope, Iud holding the' spear pclsotlon lu a row, and only waiting for Mm to could MnKd. J." among the lawless class mainly Special Cbarter Trip to Lako Okeee>obee and Fort Mrere on the ,Wile, '

high rushed down Into ,the thickestof take them away? "Xnln," I Mid "this must not so on. negroes. In a large measure, tie government Comfortable accommodation for posaetcers. Rates reasonable. ;

the fray. Of course the stuff wa what In That wan is u fiend, but be trust not la disposed, to treat the whole The most picturesque; Waterway In Florida. ':

The warrior saw her, and mixed known as "black" !very<<: ; that I I., the exterior be left to die> there. matter aa not of any serious consequence for Passenger and Freight Rates apply to '

,*uch' a shout that It echoed like tbuu- of the .tasks had become Muck "See thou tojt." as the leaders of the last resolution CLAY JOHNSON 611.. Proprietor 1 1 1.

der' against the iconntalnTbcy *. Iron rears or perhaps centuries of '..x. "NUT," answered Xala. "Jet lilin. taste are actively opposing the' ..res OA board -Ullle." Klsilmmse. FlaDS > .;'
maaaed'tocelbeV, acd: follovrlrc! posure to wind and weather but I was of the food wbc-rewith: he bath fed so ont <MJon. General 'Barry telegraphed

the flatter et ber .white robe critbcd I certain that It was none the .worse for many; leava him till death shall dull Thursday from Havana;

r Into the 'heart of the foe. ttat. bin to accounts < x
Down went the Maluku before them' Forgetting: the danger of the pro- "That will I not. I nn wprert."Ixt "Referring newspaper "'
like: tree before a whirlwind. ceedlnp: 1 acfuaily ran In my excitement his end'be swift See tbou to agitation In Cuba, have been alive to

Nothing coati stand before such a light'DM-O" the open; space a 1\(1. It." situation for tome days though nothing U

rush aa tUat. < drawljg try knife IIl'r.t'bed1"OrOII!!!- "As thou, wilt, Maruniasauu. answered baa de"eloped'worth of reporting.,. 'SEE FOR.
," It was the"rush of a torrent t'nrstlr.g' I ly at cne of the great tusk to see bow : the (chief with n ab.riig.of the All Intelllg..nC8'omesr.. and station

+ its back' deep the damage was. skouh'n! >r". commanders have bee alert and have

..a: All along their 'line'swept tbe wild A* I thought.: wa nothing;,there "J'jrllt let.tbn white man and :ral""l1 reported everything concerning It Report

desperate charge, and there; straight Intbe beneath the! block covering gleamedthe be brought, forth. from them show"tranquilty In '
I, '.. forefront of (ho battle; still waved rure whlti Ivory.I So the soldiers came forward and exeept'"Phar del nio.whore '
.Vie white robe of :SIslwa., i could: liave capered for Joy for 'I carried Every and/the woman Into tbeopfa all provinces' JOB 'wnExa
'iomo light Agitation
+ Tbe..they .br u. and stricken with fear that I ara very mercenary at air: v-- .... there Is ,
utter panic iVarabe's soldiers atreatttd Wart, when suddenly: I beard the faint 'As the former was borne past his tormentor .' among lawless! class, mainly 'negroes.

td .way, a ncattercl: crowd cf fugitive, I echo of a try fqr'ansUtance. the fallen cDlef., so cowardlywas Am satisfied, any friction which"'Dlay
p ..while aftir then lbuidcrc'dthe. fxit- 'Help!!"' screamed a ,,0111..J1l the bis wicked heart actually pryt arias, will .be promptly! and successfully ,'

;' .:falls of the victors.Tbe BIsutu dialect from IOm wh r& beyondthe him" to Intercede for him and save him handled.". }'

r, &sbt, wa over; we bad won tbe butVhelpt. they' are murdering from a fate which' but for our providential A special from, Havana says;. The

t ida7,'aud for my partI sat down upon tie." : nppenrancg1. 'Wol, >la ,1'11.''". .been,, secret policeearly; Thursday arrested
a atone and wiped! uy forehead thankInf'l'rnldence .1 Inew.lbo vclce. :l.tliM i' Every'* own General littli .
that I bad lived U seethe It was John Every*..& ,t".. .1./' So.we went away and In another .ustodyhvnersl. later G"tWlzy' --- '"
end of It. ; .. J a out what .elftshbrute..Wftll.lJ"tQr; moment one ot the biggest villain ou' took Into Juan Dueaaal -. '' $ ry

t, :TweDtj minufeaLaterlali'a wsrrirabegaq Ibe'moment that;IDlwer.ble Ivory;had be,earth troubled It'uo morelren,; !'-'<.> &l d'GelierallAraMlret.eb.rled., ';;; ,.\ Breathing x
,, to return panting.- '* driven Je:r. ollectiolJ'of him :out:ofa.ytead ,Once In the fresh air Kveryquiclciy.recovered with conspiring'against public'order. ?< .'<1J.' i ;
s "Wambe'a: soldier bad taken to 'the ; and now perhaps U wa* too .. General Parr 'Is'the alleged ,leader /JIore'Esseltlal'Th'ana"' '

r bush and' the pates." they.said( } "([i.,. late. ,t I looked at him and 'horror'nud sorrow of the conspiracy to atari revolution, (I Is Even ./ ,

fcad "not tboogbt It'safe- to' follow Nala-, Maiwa", "and the' soldiers :.Vad pierced: :me "through, to see such a R&atD.t'the, Americans in.6ba, with Voice for Perfect:Singing.Sy '" J
them. adding alrntncantly t many now come up. sight the use of funds supplied' from or
bad stopped on 'the way. They too, bad beard the voice, and Ills.'face'was;' tbe face of a"'man.of' brought from some firm on Broadway L JPdu..lba.

I wa ,utterly dazed,, and nojjr, that Interpreted.lte',ton. though.they. bad sixty, though he was not ;yet forty, and N.w', ''Tort. It: Is known' Jhaisimultaneously t.adywlla. : '
tbe fight was over icy energy teemed not caught tbe 'word his poor body wa cut to pieces with '

to bare left m*. 'and t did/ not ray Thl* ......;rr. .cried Malwand. we stripe and scare and other mark of with the arrival efParra ++ ...0+,.CANNOT .too forcibly 1 Insist that the mere possession ( f'a
mach attention till I ,"II" which Wambe Lad. for at..Havana three, San .ttomlng-, the basis'-of vocal art. ,
presently started at. a run. passing .around the be torments ; lovely .olce'll only Nature oecastonallr -
aroused. by "somebody calling me''byname hot of \ "mbt'. .. ;years amused himself witb Inflicting. ana. well'hsown oa aeoouat .f theirprevloui startles one by the prodigality of her gift*.. but no

,' Behind was the narrow entrance to on him, i revolutionary records, also, I student baa any right to expect to slog by Insplratlon..any\ .

y I looked vp and saw that It wa the a cave. A* oon as he recovered Mmnelf a reached this port, and It la stated that '. .,'. 'more, than an athlete may.expect to win A race because he Is

'ala blmaelf. who was bleedloe We rushed through it, heedless of the little he'struggled on to Ills knees other Individuals! of a similar character -' naturally fleet.of foot. -;fit ?
,f; :rotfl a flesh wound in his ann danger of en ambush, and"this was built Into a paroxysm of weeping and In eastern Cuba. ,Methods of breathing. "attack" and the use of the '
By fc1. side stood Malwa, panting, but i iI what we saw, though very confusedlyat clasping my legs with bbl emaciatedarms are working of registers must all be perfectly understood by the successful r
unhurt and wearing ,tbe same proud I first.owing to the .loom. ,. would have. actually kissed my' Tbe government has knowledge' *** ** singer,* who {should likewise ,be complete master of ail, details .

'" and. terrifying air. I In the centre of the cave, and. with feet. the fact that General Jlmroex;, the ex- relating to the structure and use of those parts above the voice box, and

+ "T1J., are gone, Macuranmbn." said' eltbei end secured to the floor l>y 'What are ;you about, old fellow I president ef Santo 'Domingo; baa recently be' convinced of the necessity a perfectly controlled: chest expansion In the .

'h ,the chief} "there la little fear from. strong stakes ,was a. huge double said for I am not accustomed to that been at Hsstlagodl Gabs but production of tone. h

r 'tbecif their heart 1* broken. rtinge Hon trap fringed with sharp. sort of 1bfngand It made mo feel un- whether he.was' connected with the- For perfect singing.correct breathing, strange as It may sound I* even ?
"But where I* Wambe, the chief; nnd and grinning teeth.It comfortable. onftplracy U not yet ,Vaown. more essential than a beautiful voice. No ,matter bow exquisite the yocal 'i'

'Where 1 I. the white man thou caiuest to was set, and beyond the trap, indeed 'Ob.. God bless ;your: be MOODM!" !-: It Is BoW that, the 'conspiracy organ may be;Its beauty'cannot be adequately demonstrated without proper :

?s aaveT' I almost o.e1' It. n terrible strugglewas 'God bless you! orl&1naUy"wa. hatched! ;'In New York' breath control., .Here I* one of the old Italian secrets which many singers or: t
li. A ri know not, I lw.rect.Clole : In progress t. "If you only knew what Irare gone Amerleanst'whose names,. today wholly lack, because they are unwilling to give the necessary: time for-fa) ,
to where we stood lay 11atu.k1l A naked or almost naked white man through! by the full development of breathing 'power and..control. Phrasing, tone, reso-'v? q
}, a yonng loan. who bad been shot with a great: beard banging down over "And to'think that yon should hare it .Is aatd'a1rM4taN' In the possession -- nanoe expression, all depend upo respiration; and In my opinion musical ..tll.t:,

through the fleshy part cf the calf. his brut. was. In spite of bis.-furious come to help me and at the rlsli of. your of the, United State.government dents:'even when too young to rtAvallowed the tree, ule' of the voice should: .
't It wa* trifling wound, "but It preented "- struggle being. slowly 10r'M'.nd own life! secret service'om er.. and It Is stated be thoroughly taught'tbeprtctples of breathing.-From The Century
a 1 > Jilm from roaring away dragged toward tbe leaders here'were simply profesaloaal ,.
trap by six. or "Well, you were always a trae'friend that the
''ray. thou dog," said Nala stalking -
eight women. yep, :yea, a true friend. revol.Uoststahired"for'. '' the
E ' blu 1acdabakli.g his red! spear Only one man 'wan'present' n' fat, "Bosbr I answered testily:' "I'm a Job.. *' ....'..................,..... ..JI:
In 'hi.face-"",. where Is eruct looking man, with small eyes trader and I came otter that Ivory," : 'eoh.equ.nciof the arrests made ,I

<;.'f.8peat; or. I slay thee. and 'a, banging hp.It' .. and I pointed to tbe 'stockade of tusks,' In the movement.Will .. f
Was he solders : it Is believed
t with the T was the thief Wambe : e. ,
Rod be " ever bear of an elephant! "
N ,*tNay. lord. I know* note" groaned tie! stood by .tbe trap ready to force: the hunter who would not have risked ble ,result In miserable, farce.' M *W>'V 4 ;;

terrified man. vlctlu down upon It.a. soon',a* the Immortal' soul for them and. 'uiucb. .Governor .Magooiv. how* er- la not ; :

;flle fought not with n*., 7" women had dragged him Into tie uecessary more, bis carcass?" taking.any'ohanoea,, He! la,amply prepared -_, .edCai e LUars'
,t.Wambe baa no stomach tor fighting. position. But he took no notice oem explanatlolua > with 5,000 American .'soldiers -

u .l 'Perchance' he 1* labia krasl ynaer. At this instanttheycaught Bight I of and went. ,.on.OodrUlessIng,, and I.C)"' rival| guards to' cruA .any,

and. he or In'the cave behind the ns, and there' was a moment, pause; ne as bard aa ever, till at last X bethought movement an Instant, after: .It Is .. :By Rabbi Emit G. Hlrtch. ,\ ::: ,
pointed to>> a small Incloiure on and then ;
.before I knew,,what she;was ate that a cup of tea. might .started. J" .
blllalde about 400 yards to the right going to do. 'Milwa. lifted tbe aa'segalall his bit.. '- .
steady nerves a ;,
of whertwrrewere. ... _'; . A. 'general'strike or'the 'employs .. .. time of war> ,"would think
.. : ." ." aUU) held and whirled. It .Warn* I; gave r."blm' and?was' tlC not'disap: ,.k 2N > every nation had a different ;'ii'I
.Let us go and see"said Nala, sump be'. head.. pointed In'Jhe usult.for be,brisked up 'of .the?dotted; railroad; and ,the ,JIa-; I'.Ctod.. lor'they all, pray to' their God that vlctpr may perch' ,lT''
de ,'.. laoning.bllsoidlerp I '.' I the Central railroad ? safr flash of light speed toward wonderfully 0' vans : : ; ; would remember there Is.:
... 'i ''tr'' ciIAM'J ter n ', t .... .hlll1,< and so>>'J, did* lie, for b.; stepped Then .1 hunted ,about' In Warcbe'a. Thursday., 'Trains .are,._running'wltp" .'I n I , only one God for all, could they ask Him to bleu their arms;'13'1:'

.' : VIIIraw. .' .backward, to s void It--stepped' .back. but and, found a karot* for him, to put' the belp-ot; thevengineer*, only.+, with, ; ; tbereb'lmplrlnl; that the arms of. the other nation/ should"' '
-. : > UvThe A."U'Q&J .. :I ward tight Into the trip over'hlpoor; bruised shoulders, .and bat flremea or.conductors.A., tie-up of, '. .....j ,not be blessed >It every' man Is God's chlldv'then we'should< .p

> Imp formed up. lie yelled with pain as the Iron teeth b.. way quite 'a'man agalnT: all the roads f>. the island.I,. .. fearedyGIArlEADK , :: 1 .have no wars on this earth., __ ' :,:
1 :: ** ,..aa.bpnr\ before,i it.had been '! that. Let''w. honest and not
? Dyingg"" bites" sprang tip "Now- old, rwhydid! thelate ; ...,. .. Jb try to deceive ourselves wltn

y tronger'Then''. ,Nala by.a',third detached'than' 'It wa JiaD4re4lAIn now.. Ilk. .things, and, ., fastened ,Into.. lamented "V.m want, to. put you In'bnttrapr I .. = idea wi go. to,war from a humanitarian standpoint.i This;'f-I'
r two' him - '' r ' .O'R HOOT.
: ,
collectsad ; > .tBecause''as ha ; country,,,went tQ.war, with Bpaln because we .aald, we could not tolerate th.- y >!!
*'# "to and attend to tbeclD"JOI' 'Such 'a yell I bave.not often board. soon'a*"{fbey ht.4r4 thUthe :...:. f abuse the SpHniaTds were Inflicting on Cuba. How is 1W then, that whey the-'i+ "'
+ my suggeitlon"' ''Issued' Now:, at he-Usted of the torture Aght'was going'agnlnct.lbeia and Mexican Pr..lde"t'WI" .Sper 9140,006 .outrages in Russia had startled the whole world ,we did not demand f.. '
bad that -
\ -. \
Jit.: order that they
.. ;;:,, .none 'otthe which--.b* Inflicted upon *o> many that:Malwa;war charging'pe' .th'head ,IfI''tntartafnleg'Hi.Oueet.;"'." :-; ceaeT >fo, we knew Spaln- a"a JltUe) bo-tane we'eoul4 ,turn him over' anQ.r '

.r y9- children;wounded, and'were above Ut "be,all killed|, no' and I'cannot though say"tbatIfelt i trust I am a CUrlittou! of;>al '*.Imp jouo, f.tbevwoxften toMTVambe Freparattaaa-are"*omi>lte. taMex. .give him something' on, pie.other' '"side*. But' .Russia. 'I* a &.giant .and w1,are 110,1 ;
sorry for finn. hat'abebad, seen narwritesomething'en"9dme ,1 ter'tLe..tstMlmaest".of'e.o" : fctimanitarians that case *, "
qee"savajte custom'emong, African D .1k4asacgat. sped on. and struck 'an,4' fedClty! '-" ITh.Amerlca"'JIUoD; :' .1. not'a. hypocrite
one leavfs givehem ..I..iatDla ; greater than"any oUier'aUon"
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i' >! ; tabe'al'fP ottht women who had bold of $be un- to Ifatwl'' before sb*"'w* t away.r o be'rst.vad) perhaps not,ao great'bul let all the nation* repent Greed is behind all y
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4knAaa ; .tortu..E ry. piercing through ,her purify Herself.: 'Tfftj' -'j baa: nr.. tlaaC .. .onIe lapaes: from grace"'wben'oue'nattoq'goed to Ware with' there '
iMid,'word ,to tbelr ;women .arm., ,t '(To be' tla'.erL)r .* : la tM-'*****. "a".it! le.U *4e4it: ,rbUJaUck;.. bat:speak'sortJy When you have'rwg: .tlck another.!: Yes; hate .i."
till.' .a.w: come In'to narse them; ', hit ltII441< iier lea CMI ". wiCrii- 'swat :"1r_,'Mealgaatt to yo tare not Uk.' ,
T example i -, , 11 ,peak softly, Wbat I a the use of afblg:stlck U you don't use it .
tear Na 'made.. tf war that the otb'J;,wome flulckly tollowed.1 : ,'fb... yi.atgrl,:..lair lbUnll.dIP jj *,Wewant peacejun< -ltwlllpomelfor' the world1 oonscl.neete'aiou.y, *" ,
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LOVINfr, TRIBUTE T0. MeHNUpFi. :... ",': : '. ,: : :- 'i' .jboinge'; "in FlOrida

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.. . . .. 6eltor' Ro ney-'a' FskhTerrence Mwy, .Aitolent' Harbor, ;M

: Memorial :Monument is Dedicated at Canton. : : ;: THE' FIRST -STEP JS. TAKEN' : R006",.. the. "'tltrIrleh; )I The 'vrvervmeiatr.baf' ; ,. ',sen<:, Captain

: ''Ohio-Many Thousands' 'ake.Pati.'ia Ceremonies.PresidentfIlQO sailor whocreated. such ,a, stir, ,-lnJ; ;; B. Fer6s o.,oee" i.','its;: civil, .....-'

,. v ', ,.: Ii -: .: I ; '-1'' 'Tamp recently byj,threatening 'to in- rlt. engineers,, to Inspect ;harbor
from the British ambassador at Washington

"7 r. ; velt. Orator::;..of 'the",: B'ST1"x r\\: !l.lj ,,Meeting; ,'*f] Delegates.,' from,::. Many .of ,alleged at, tbejmoutb'of' !1 ,, theHSt. Mark's river,
Held in'Niw'YOrl with aj view to toe pGHI..I..
States (
.. ..: l City the captain of the steamship Alabama f
.. ...... "v eveiT to'King up of,the.harbor.; tor the.anchorage"'(>(
and Purposes of Of'tlanlu.tlon and (6 appeal direct fSA- "' "

.'The nation paid.homage- at Canton .Governor ':Hurls then delivered. an McXlnley: are of 'dark green granite Outli .d. ward 'for the 'redress of> his, alleged large.vessels. Leon' __ _
'old this
\ In 'the days of Port
ohlo',- Monday to tbe.-'emor"oi"Wll.! address; which was "followed by the from Windsor, ;.Vermont.. Tbe4bsae'on'- wrongs' ; turns out to b.' a slick' Imp ' harbor "i."ID.d with m.rchaotvea: -,, ,

liam McKinley, when the .splendid 'unveiling'ot'I the bronze statue of, WU-\ which. the, ;.aarqopuagl' rests Is black Tb. oraaGJ'&tloa"ot, a national Independence. ,tor. Who :was'.tryingo. do the.,captain eels which received' tII.."mlUhns of rates.
,of the steamship Local'Manager Dran-
,,k "D1 DUtD.nt. which. ,;,mark.his ut- -rest- Ham(WcKlnley by Miss. Helen McKln- granite from .Berlin,, Was, .,League ,w.',,4eclded ,UBOU nan, -of the Alabama line,' .which runs I lars' worth of merchandise transitorted': ,

, :; : lag plao. ,was".unveiled: ;Jn); the' prea- Icy of Cleveland, 'the- only sister. ot I 'Froita the first:: .step of the .approach at a. meeting\ in 'New York..Friday of between Tampa and Mobile, states over: the ,St. Marks .railroad,
,, ence of an'>assembled throng such asthe the/1st. 'president. to. the monument,to the actual top of representatives.ot: statejlndependence: that Rooner, to hare been point This Insignificant seeming JHpe

little city never witnessed be- James Whltcomb Rile,.- read a "tie ''structure 1.I1I..t;: Inches the road nevertheless enjoys ,the dlstiae
Leagues and others .h.&I'.,-ID .7m. put oft the ship without pay,, never;
3 'fore and, wlta: -'the', ; president compose lor the occasion. This was mausoleum Itself being b8 feet 1inches was employed on the,vessel in any'pa; tlon of being the oldest In,Florida'. _4

of'th.* United; t3tateu the principal followed by. the address 'of President high above the summit of, the pathy with the,objects ot these leagues parity he simply averrtag that be "' In .by-gone times was the route over.which .

? mound. the dome has an : as outlined In state or-local platform 1.1 passed nearly all of the Immense,
speaker. It was. the tribute of'.(p. Roosevelt The'' program was closed The top or. ; ; 1'.1. sailor,0n.It and putting'tip 4 Job1 1

w grateful: nation, both Jn word and Indeed by the singing of ","America and benediction ooulus, ,,1$ feet /In .diameter. "throughwhich The national ,body. ,will, be a. solidlfl. Jleece'the\ captain cotton .crops ,of southern ,.OeprgiaVand ?

to "a good citizen.a'brave, aol by the Right Rev, Ignatius Ff, comes a softened light,. which cation of minor, leagues existing, or 'When the ahiigi arrived ai Tampa middle"FlorIda, 'consequently>> was 'at
greatly to the beauty'of"' the Interior. forme4. ilm.'arepo' that time 'a road.-of last Importance:
dler, a wise ezecuUv."arid pore than Horstmann bishop of .Cleveland. adds yet to b. Its : three.'m'D :were discharged and paid .

+ : w 60,000 parsons, representing all walksof Immediately upon the close of the litical In Opp alUonto the republican by the captain, and Rodney learning'that Sonaewbere.'back'' 'In the >flttles. bowsevu.a

Ilte the program President Roosevelt and "Tba mausoleum ts 71 feet ft Inches In and democratic parties, which ,th<' destructive tidal ware- wiped'the
:"every.-part; o(. country, party the m.n'were not paid in the presence "
participated In the ceremonies dedicating I visited the Interior of the tomb. diameter.Doric .columns are placed1' league promoters declare are doml' I of the Immigration officer asre, : .eaport'ot the face of the-earth,

the monument the loving girt I This was followed) b,.. a visit by theIDYlt around, the Interior''' In such a manner sated by corporation Interests and no by law, Induced them to Join obstructed the harbor and rendered

ot, a million Americans, whose contrl'batlolu. I d guests and then the general ai to./'a pear halt burled In thesides longer are representative of the people. 'with qulred hIm In' a plot to: get their'pay' Impossible the'navigation" of the larger'craft t

: of the building. The Boor Is of -
; aggrsgattng'$600,000, provided public over again, The men; with, Rooney x
the'splendld'tomb''' In which" rests The section of the city surrounding mosaic, marble. b..IDC'been' brought .Friday's conference) was bold at Car hung around town for about a ,week .It: Is now.hoped that it'will' he found
stand off as from 'many states 'for:the urpoee. n.aIe'ha1t. where'some'too men, said ; feasible. undertaking1 tor the government -? 'v}
the bodies of the third of the martyred the reviewing was roped :; and then.4emanded' f the captain pay "

F presidents, his wife and their two chil welt as other'parts of the downtown Halt way down' from the top .of the to represent) thirty states, met at the for' another ''week, and were actually to restore: ,the' harbor and onoe.' ,;

dren.. streets and all other routes traversed. Its granite- steps that lead up to theLL Invitation/.of, the local IndependenceLeague given by the captain., of/the ship fullpa'y more put St.. Maupon her .old"totportant'footing -,' w

and'were' addressed by Wll- as one of Florida'. principal ,,
..._.c.......,... ..... ,"'-" -- for the week the"loare4, be not towns '
-" }lam Randolph Hearst the gubernatoflat .with the Imml.IraUoal seaport. .
caring have trouble
..,:,. .. . ...:...-
,,- .- ; .. .r .. candidate last fall of the Independence officer, before whom he:had '
... Mobilise on Coast:
To Troops
: .. : :' : League and democratic parr been summoned'at the Instance of ..
: ,' .,.
.: ,. 'The of the .gulf .IUL'beadquarter. '
: .. : ties in New York state., Before his one < department
#', 1>. ,\ r V . Rooney. The latter Is a slick Who '
.- ..; .. .. 4.;; I" ,,'. ': 'endorsement by the' democratic state of'many in Atlanta; Qa,> Is now
a .&i.. ..t'; .. ', worked upon the ,sympathies
.. preparations for the
.t'J! .f ., .. ';> occupied with
subsequent 'defeat by
.} ,II'i :...r.1\; I', oon.enUoD.aod people In the city,,,by1 telling them thefalse i mobllltatlon of the Florida state'troops
: "J">I Hearst was the '
Governor HughesMr. ,
J,. '. story of he and his.companions
f'"r :' ,. .'..' municipal league's, candidate for mayor being left adrift In a destitute condition -I at two of the coast torts,

IL :"'/..' . '1'j.; 'j. ..... fi'a ':.and was beaten by Mayor. McClel-. 'by the Alabama's captain. I 'This mobilization Is to line with'I.neral a'
: .training"state mill
' democratlc' scheme for -
... '
'I. : laa the '. -
support ot' the ;;'coas\ artillery
tla In
Preceding'the business meeting the There. was a rush! on' the part'of the '
V,: 1 ..; "an Informal 1' and sUmulatingsl, nearly posilble
a participants'were' given:; people from Madison and .Jefferson
..' Hearst at the Qllseyhouse an active campaign. In,1901 the .tat.
reception Mr. counties and a from nearby -
) j I with tbe'reiuani! .
ot those from out- in troops were gathered r, ?
1qy where most poInt. in Georgia'to secure lots at central points throughout the United ,.

.... of-town stopped. Greenville put on,sale the past'week.

i 'At the ball afternoon and evening Several months ago several of the business states '
J 'tr The Georgia companies have already
sessions held the feature of the from
were men of thecity; purchased .
; forgot.
afternoon being the Address of MrUear.t the hales estate that tract of land lying complied, with the" requirement ,

'who"" said that the'conferencehad south ot the railroad track: It'isby. .-, They .1'er. atMOutrlo.' ), a.month'etata.' .
of the
.. All Jhe 'rest
/ called to discuss the advisability in the or so ago.
far the best piece property' '
trooP. the department except those, .
i ? of forming'a national Independence city, and lies In,th 'eelltet,; bt.the business of Florida have &also bad their, yeafa I a '.
the success I
League., He told of and residence-section. Previousto
7 ) ,ot the league In New'Tork: :Mae.sachusetta ' his death, Mr. Hayes would not j fell'anypart' schooling with tlnited encampmentswill'States forc !be

: a! j lit I and California; and ''urged. of the property 'and .theiro-: The Florida' 1tth'Tbe'
r held from October .1ttb to
1 : : .the, formation, a minor league In ault has been that the buildings which, original scheme was for four cfrinpaniest.
; every i state'and the union-of'all a have been erected in Qreenyllle have
of the guard toassembleIneach .
The' republican, and to
general body.' been'on the outafdo'ot'whatlobght districts that have
of the..two
democratic parties,,be said, were hopelessly >; be ''the :natural business' and resident. The encampment'' 'rs

r in thecontrol, of corporation Jo- 'section. been sefected.district of Tanipa'will be ''

tereiU; They; failed,, he said! to;:truly the artillery ,and .Fort Dade.
L Lr held at Fort' PeSoto
represent,ther people and a third" party ' 'Captain W,, R.Thompson,, president'of and''' ton the 'dlstrict''of Pensacola> at l

was'. sorely needed., Therewere the Jacksonville: Forwarding' company fort Barancas.Lieutenants[ voijeap.talns ; .

other ,speeches after which tw .t'om. '. who recently went north to purchase the "
1If the' line of arm).,;from
f mittees; one on organization sind another '' a towboat, to be used "on the. St. either. Infantry. orcavalry ;regiment

to prepare 'plmtfprm: outlining Johns"rlve"r,' has succeeded I ," nrcb... be'detailed tor'duty lth'.th..m'; 7littL
the alms ot the'nitionalbody'wereappointed ,, ins a fine, Tassel ttliAt IUib. a1 great' )*., f- ? i

acquisition,' to the river1'fleet'of {saga ,
cEXPLOSION '--:--.
A .I and steamers., The tug Is the pow. Through, the efforts ,of Mr.,.li. 'M.'

KILLS THREE MEN.. Volunteer of Baltimore...
V V > '. rf ,' who a-year-agor'; .
.j Simpson
,,.., . guarded.' main .entrance on the south .side of ----:. .fIr,. She Is'si steel boll;-.esseijSJ feeC'lpng, sons, .bought ,"the nut 'nurseries;;neat',
- ,
Distinguished men from 1'1parte\ ot by the presidentVere. heavily the mausoleum stands a'hereto', bronze Victims Were Hauling Oil to' "the''Morrls -.' to feet beam, I feet'depthof i hold) and Montlcello, and bave''stnoe eevttBued

the country', and many1 representatives by.secret.;" {Ice men., Race Track. has a draft of 1-J feet when-loaded., them with tnuett 'slgaal awes" a auisiber .

.coantrles'made At. ti hI.'Po lit'; 'the : soldiers stood Bture..of ,.Preslden\;,)IcKtnlewr.pre? Threemen were killed,JutaJ U'IDw 'but can be lightened to T feet draft ther '...'...wwjgBll.saeshave
.*mot foreign the pilgrimage tlm' in the attitude-'usually of no .
shoulder'' shoulder and no one was senting York Friday by the eltplOllon'of. .' work in the creeks an4 shajtow-place financtalfy'ln*.*se.vt. with:
the dedlca- become
A'f ,to participate In assumed speaking,- ,,his right which'they ;.
; when "en
the mausoleum.. trade the allowed near-'the chief executive. Hewas'closely'guarded ma"liu.crlptand the an"oil: teak In the ,pronx..from She, Is 'Iltted'wlth, ery powertuV : the result {hat the North Florida Pecaa:!
'Uon of
band holding crude 'speed. '
by secret service were drawing petroleumInto' gives, and can make good : 'with capital of fSO.OOO. was
event 'a notable :one. -t ot left hand in the trousers pocket.. Behind , the company) a
for'use on
walked by the aide a sprinkling cart Wlrt ':.
u who the large :
detectives, OI'nOla.d.'OueS
.2 The monument. ,. 'magnificent: I his carrla,.., .Jb. tgurets,| a bronze 'chair encircled Morris .Park:'race ,track,. wherej-s:. 24- A raise in calory: for police 'oaicera recently ; some three and a bait;

/ structure, slmple-but Imposing* In'the: The mausoleum stands on' an 'enil-l with ,awreatad''draped 'with'Ith. hour automobile race'jwas j >Vegun*. I 'and firemen, the purchase of much new; land fUntatlon towa'eonsisUng'ot'U50''
..sarcophagi are the) bronse casket con 'flag. of "the. United States The dep&rtmeiu.proTldlDI mile. w..t.of
carried ,
lantern each of the '
the that
'' which has been '' .Jt- Ills supposed equipment from' Mr.: 'Abe
t'alnlng; the bodies,, of both 'PresidentMcKlnley nence.'to'of Monument lUll; about two bronse?.figure,.,.w'-Ich....Is. .'_fe.t''highstands ; by-one.of the mel Igalted some loose funds for park acres;; :was The'purchased'comp.D" proyorel; laying" ,
In niches'inthe name from the V Simon.
< ,
and his wife.., I & feet
a pedestal furnishing
home on Unk., well streets, and the
the .
miles due e.t'of the McKinley oil under as as cte ct'p.rt' the property infiv
walkof the tomb are two little caskets'containing feet of the figure Off ,
base to the buildings caused -theannual' '
not ,, lot'
is city
of Canton. It aa I of the new acre'lote and 'plantln'on'eich
the city
ashes'of In ground H ;
their only
the simplicity Is relieved Twenty-six acres?,ot were BATCH'' OF WITNESSES.. budget to .be presented to the .atandar4'y.artetr., .
affair 'but its SORRY of ,
ornate ,
ehUdren, I4a'aDd.. 'Mary; both'of whom by the' :monum.nt..a.eocla-. thefinance 100 pecan
by.sufficientartistic:'' embellishment purchased' :- council by ; these lots*with 'an 'agree .r
K' / died In Infancy., and the utmost art of the gardener I ITrl.1 In .Interesting document and selling '
tion ,
Impeached be .&
beauty Ware after' 1dtur.
Promptly committee -
was "to make. it an obet] :of Six, ." ment carefully look and
the day ,
of upon
officer the grounds.The "
The presiding been lavished of the city .
bas .
Hale. total expenses '
Ack The '
I'KJ, v Harris, who was Introduced at ..U:.' one of massive proportionsand m.u.oteum'aDd grounds have of aDdAck ;. the trees for a. i period. notlesa thaafive.years.
which wa
,K; \Oorernor for the defense, according to this budget,
Six '
of design. _. ;
:? The Introduction: was breadth at'a cost of wltneyes. t '
Day and arranged-
share been built the defendant, were impeached adopted,-will amount during the [Us-, i'
states hate contributed a< Hale, ----
fOllowed by"an: Invocation; of $500,000. and It.Is the Intention'of the :
been'used .Ack Hall to about I22S.OOO indebtedaesa '
the-trial oJ'r
which has in tai year outstanding"note or > ,1
," >'ranl M. Bristol-;- pastor of 'the Met- ot'tbe'beterIat' oommlliloD';, to-alai: *.au endowment of The last .
tie charge
Tenn. ;
on ,
the monumentThe ; ot Pehsacola
the building Clf.the' dty
church la:! precludes the '
Methodist Episcopal otiSl0,000'which
.f. ropolltan ana the 1 rderln\UJK. pavls. '; .? 'To some Jour thousand acre's planted days when a.check'a: '. :
approaches ,
be )
R. '''of Washington D. c... i grange used tn) charging of "a fee tor'admisslona. 'fwlt- iUn.'fanD.r cancelled a ago; .'
". are from the quarrjjes .The credlbtUty' each of the in Irish potatoes the H was presented the Peasaeola .,
mausoleum ,
'Proper mausoleum for $1,500
The opening address was then glv- baa 'At' the'next'meeting of'the: women andl'"onifman--: : : of ceerr.hI.\ tall.\
-. Tennessee nesse-five.: Will add many acres : '' cancelling Ihe, lastnott
: lurqrd. Must thus ,
.rfeaft bu.tI'oe.Da,;Tkldwas'oUowe4 ot,) custodians will,, bechosen . Gas'company,
turnlshed'gray marble! for the'intelor trustees was questioned;; and"they "'ere.1m.. Celery has not been planted to andeztebtatIIastIngseinee beld by.the corporation from the ,
;by the ..aingtagrth ,"Star,Spangled'Banner" .while the sacophagt wblcb ,-And It is the intention-to. peachedMayor. Crumley and, D, ;A.,, ,the.irlsh'p0.' .The"settling.of this note.wipes, r
: byth.O..A. R. band oRCan. of the tomb of soldiers otI i city;
I' caskets In which for an'.indefinite'detail .City Hales home; Into popularity, owing to the which
bronze ot Johnson of $70,000 .
,-*Out<) the.CalltoD Singers'' Cab and.the now holds the : I ..regular army'to. ..r4" tTl4I.'' .tomb.t ..., 'Vines .' .' : It bids fair now toff the books a'debt
.- ; lie'the, bodies. of President. and:.Mrsi. the- >. . -4._.... swore. 'they .would ;.not' accept Hales, success of the growers for''years was' relict' of', -republicanand )
._ '
a, venUreas.embiagee us; oath. in 'rival the potatoind"may; dlsplao: : rule in PenracolarWhen d

PRtSIDENT.REQINB':, '' TRIP! ) j TECH STUDENTS .SHUT, ?,OUT. ....... . . 'Hon' .'eome'. otithe'farms.. ' .' "'i'I carpetbagger'the :democrats came; into ..ton. 4, '
TWO DIVISIONS CUTIOUT..VR FLAGLER SERIOUSLY'ILLi'. . ,I *- i. : this amount daevarious'parties
.. found
trol they
.' ft -; ,, I' -. His Westernand Lack '"of, Dormitory Room 'at .Georgia. :-' i : "The'University i 'of.the.State/or/ i Flor- 'and corporations as ':weir as' bi

'r! / t Changes. Announced by'.Southern Railway Leaves. W..I1Igton'or, : I Institution "the'e.u....'' Condition- .Well,Known :.Millionaire' lda,;,the ':cplleje! for'roen,;(opened Itsfall'term oth.r',debt.; an41t., -required fears to'' rV

,le Retrenchment Policy. Southern'Itlnerary. *. Gainesville1 on, September :.
at accounts
Lack of dormitory I room for'thetlecirtaSchoot / ills'| Physician| | '' :; settle" the'Various'
fiDeneral! Superintendent H, E. Hutchl -- I' y.'lth' .a' hearty ',Goodbye: andtgitod [. ? Worries)| : ..Jsttf liith'ever'' prospect vot ,a; mn h ........... '
of president of
} ,. ; Tech- \ Flagltr' rlcer
the- western 'district, of the Boo..nltteft' Wash : limy'h; ., attendance'than'the; institution resigned'M'
''C'vns, ,of l 1ck." President : 1 larger,. : Mr. 'Thomas J.-'Perkins has
:' &outhern''' railroad has given 'oat'sev- nology.,at'AtUntA.. lrhlchopene4;: .' Us: Oil oompjuby ja'serloustrig ihe past the Sear- ',Y L
.X-.: ; \(ngtou,8unday: night at 7:4i: in a speelal ,the, Standard enjoyed) last .season.pjurlng his :'position'as-relief agent of '
v ral are to be'.made esa I : 'doors 'Monday"morninghad caused Woota ""tt 'HiV IniprovemanU ,, ,were. I .... and
ohanges, *
., ,l whlchj 'tram' ..ever{ the'> Pennsylvania'- 1n'Breton .. ; 'summer }asny boar\\!' 'Alr ,Line >:af Tat1aba.
. beginner' In the*second step'0(' the 1'0&4'e hls-.western and. ,southern, I that .,Institution the, ,10..1, (JOO. students. ,I Bis persooa.,- physician' and ,.nursea; made i to'' the buildings and grounds", .I accepted the"post'us menage"" of'-the'' j f.j! "

'; poltcyotTbtrtSnchmectadopted.b".;;the. I 'Accompanying him .wereJ;Secretary : Futly'thstnumber; olll.has '"In"the'applied "are In constant attendance.: Mr. FUe!:' 'which,'hav. *> been' aulte..notlCeabrw.. ( : Postal Telegraph' and'Cabla company, *

.jt::;v .....S'T.e I Loeb,* Assistant secnt&r1''...Latta, Surgeon ''for sdmluloqand;; 'tor"' .attributed:'',to', the: el" With, headquarters In Albany.; Oa .This "i; ..
division Iel1Itne"j,1I raised I
Chattanooga;; which dormitory and becas.'o insufficient ti Deea .
General Rlxey.-.U. S N.. Secret- I' attack of th. 'crlp: which 1 "Bartow's postpffice company'is' td be'.OODctatulatM"llpom
"-eai'eatabl1ibid. .TaDa'f7.1aat.'aIl4 accommodations?and;,4 parental'objeo'uon'to tecU 'CI( ,an 1 ' clu'ss' to'!second class and I abl. fiV *
rice Wilson and arfleld, who 'Went. *ii In St.. Augustine, Flax but from .third' baring.eqired'tke'srvlces: of tIC) q

,d r.' the'' MooresTllle, division in the north tare as' Canton,. Ohio,, where I the ''first I 'the I would-be:collegians! ; rooming he suffered:.' .:At' that time .he was ,much they; "government1' asking ,for bide I managerK; :iii"'Mr,.Perkins, l':- an ix'e
bave .been abolished.,The i off !:\ 'college,.grounds :have' fall- A'prU up-to-date- 'building ito be a ;-
Brit district, stop.was made..representative.of.the Jhe weakened 'from,overwork Incident\ td 'for' a'. aew* "" l pert telegrapher and ,accountant <. v
V .
merged _into matricuUte.FUAQLER ..
dlvUlonls ed to ; .
Chattanooga ,edfor thAt puroose, .
: : ; i andTfttjphotegrapher. ? railroad .u __ '
association '
press ,
? the Key West
and Atlanta"divisions. " -f' the-sheriff ot ,
., the Hopkins" +
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4> r. / ; f' f HEA Jy TORM4.durETs. Ln.. .. ,'IS RETRENCHING.Anneueeei :, ,-: tioR"'MEX' co., ''V6.oritary" The delegates io;the ccnVentlon,, I.eoadounty C1 : *: has resigned his office in: J ;i.:t'

QEORQI/CCM. - ,, -----1: ., -- '-- the FloridaLeague; of postmasters.of.I order to'''raise''tobacco. He- has ray !" \ \
-- 'i Atlantic Squadron Shake f Thrt.; Work'onmKay Welt "-Departs' 'fromW.sbingtoR ? ., which: was in cession 'owner'of a-nasnber" orr;,.
Battleship !
of ,
rVw CAirli.! :.r Iaakpt! M1nplsd ''Z < '. Opjmd.TvmxLivea 'Lost::V Extension W.Ilf.IS., .,8toPpe ;; ef Iktate f r jyislt.te Plaxf "foE'two'days; In Gainesville;.adjourned cntij'become of very feTUleland'abbul; -el&h\ x .

1 f Switch Engln..ln' Canton,.Ohio,. 1 Wireless;dispatches: ;reo.I"ed'.tD BoatetlwjRtlttds Henry MI; Plagler" announced In$swYork . IhootleftWashlngtonOnWednesday after;':.the"f..ltor."decared'It: to .be .miles acre., from, 'front'Talliinasseewefl'adapted:; ,;'J. ;'
"thisiCworlt phihs'ReyWeat' Secretary
r.Quartermaster: : ''Sergeant<;CaafjesV::Q* /: r .from" ,tnfTAtlantlo" sdiiM'ron. |. Monday.:de'D.too'. the!Tlorida "'East \vafternooa too.- visit Ptest \ 01l .0t' nut!ieiilonY"ihey'err-attended taost' beneliclal 'aad"moat'{ to'the culture,,of> the weed* Oasfaraorprcwafd : :;.:"$
'Cod In 'i
tw *>>* k .f. *** twelfth.United'States, .anchored at the head'otCape .Osi.atoppei deurrHas' of'Mexlcov ,He traveled: enjoyitile bar. appotntedy'as''lllk1oPnktne' :
ieUroadprUI .of
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ttf" Coast ; .dU.
: '' ; regularPennsylvania la love wfth Oab / (; .les, ,
bOY : '
F"oK6gleiibwpefaa,1waS. ; ; : bay,' 6fy|( the' Darnstable,, share?, attached:1.0'a Tb) y>are U :>nocessor Mr:: 7. M.L; ,
; pdyatetear' ,
'Tt'Vavalry. work '
; parts of the a
) UarrlDtltt.ud.: : bo.pltalltbf Us.people;EVery ,. as tae
that,twa:;Il.".,were loet.two'Ye.Rer; railroad train and the who, has .served,, Tallahassee
*, 'Yldliid.byteiwtteblag''mneatCaston.Obeo{ damaged and t.l 4a ur 'ae (.given asevere that,are "unfinished.that-time',must him 'Were his wife. courtesy'was'extended. a 4t1a.. postpiasters ita police'torte for'twoVfara! ..
;Mond 'night as b.waa making; wait until the conditions in- the money > Accompanying rthe'dHpe.t,. chief of
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"which showed algaiof .
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: shaking 'dp; In'the Perclval Gaisett. .prl-. i xf :;
..trala which-was,;to ',' ; and,daughter or more P.J
:way to the market'' become mori'rfatorabie t *
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Office rD in_, Valley.- BVBKr O.eette mDAT."ll uIIdinroetwoiAogoIITYn . -A WOMAN'S MC WOW. "N W OoodS'i: Fri" .All. Sorts .

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V. ... HARRIS, .Editor. and PropT.BCMCXIFnON i I the 111. or _all ocJ. NOW ARRIVING( EVERYDAY.; .
,. :'-'.. DrOtTICnEa-0_do sulT rT Do you J NEW THINGS =.
KATES I Want tO ...t.II without tbaaacaaslty SEE 'THEM '
''''''''' ..:..... -Met of JlWilIaJa.aUoll..and a.Anaeoa.utt.ttooet : TO Gal and gel&o a
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,eeawawr'E--: .,.....;.....-..... .... MAU Do you want to take .a "
r.a.dr right Into year' bom ma ears

...._.JII---u.1 .__aeeat......fray...lor-1M...stara.d.w. ...--. roaraalfr C. W. DAMN NewStandard1, .
R..eW .atlas will net b..t.r..d. eal.r BBwCDKTAX
.....,.,. ., iave.

._+.i.r.ra.a*thaiFriday mazy.........Y'YirtirY.- .... of a a hrrieUa"WOOl!!'*who M.d_ClM.."UM A study pTMCftpUOB of Tmala .. Outffitter for Men women and Children., I I :l

I DWasa bis spaetalty. It was used FashionSheet '
n-.hlll7 by ale la his .,..uce. It bas Men's
r ," October 4; 1007.A .... vet! sneceaaraur tar. tuoassnrts of
!'woman durtoK the many ran sine*. Procraaslve -
. .
bar also loose:Its valuable ,
pfcrstcinas ....
The StaU" Fair director held a assistant,wb a they dertred to avoid W gANWVaMWKS. s TTiS BEAUTY >nIt '

r meetUxr In Tampa- Wednesday and aa opMnsUon. Women'sand .>

fixed the. date for holding the next] BCNCDICTAU Sunny South Stables.
SUM. Fair. from February fitto to the a ctsbte rr dy. .It If *Ge Irons illustrates the mostuptodate ;

''aDa. roou. barbs and barks known to fount styles in Children'sWear .
wbleb have a wondarfol curativeand .
Pntman count has joined the :dry> prop.' toot effect upon tbs female organ*aad INGRAM & GILBERT, Proprietors. a way that will l ;'

oo mmn. Tb election held there last rvoas 17....... Without-_tIODJD, tbe \\M\NN\NN\eN\N\N\\M\\\N\.N N\NNN\N\N\\NN\NNNra. '
In a victory for pro.hlbltlorii many forms of female troubles that women delight you. JI' J i 1.1
Mondayre.uhed' suffer we say tbsttbara trouble\ of this BROADVAYtoa .
; which bring the number of kind that ..Motets will not tmmeaiataly re. Ii! LIVERY SALE and 'BOARDING \ $ .. .

wet counties In the State.down to. sj Have,and anally care.BNEDICTA. .
This will probably be = .J .._ j :
even ..... ... .
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farther reduced when Orange, .Ch V - -- \---- NNN

and Dade sre heard I from.- WIth Is prepared tb.con carefully clou. _and of tbS aclentiaeaUy.....polUtbWtJ'II ,and Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles 'arid $ STANDARDPATTERNS :

F The Lakeland News has absorbedthe ( giving to suffering women a Tamed that prepared to meet all demands, with Perfect Satisfaction $ I : ?.. AT ;;. "

Lakeland Sun, and Dro. HetherSngton will not only be beneficial,but also bnrnUaes i iw .
raeffacti, no matter what may IM tbe coa- ,
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b '
ha the field all to' him
npw 4JtJa i of tb*woman taking : KATZ'SJohn '
self. This Is simply a case of IhVsur? It I.sold at 1&.00 per.bottle, by .6 lSc" None :.1
trca Higher
P HAULING .' 'tr '
viral.of the fittest In! a fleld too'small . . HEAVY SPEplALTY. i

to support two jBpers. Editor Hetheripgtoni ob8rson's Pharmacy e..+.vw.a bw.t,+ .a,+i.w+rwwww. :
; in chronicling the demise of

the San states that 'that wa FLA.Kissimmcc .. .. 1"
twenty-three, years .old and paper its last is' KlSSIMMEe ....rfbjA,...........J o:Ai laaara/4,4rittra1, r.arr8rs1lr! ...r........ /.....1i "< .

was.Number, which m'ai' be assigned r 1
? oo i

tt by.believers In this occult nuju-skid- ..,.-.TIl Eo- : Co. I l Bl \

1? dooed.number* the reason. why it Co. i R. Stetson University ::

_________n_ _ Drug .
'y More than the required num ber o 1 ,"
signers to the petition for a wet and : GROCERS
J .
dry' election In Monroe county hasbeen
j>btalned. The petition will be WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. i AniUoted With '
4 University of Chicago.
pruent.6d. to the Doard of Count NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS t ....,
Commissioners at Its next meeting.' C&I.t..f Liberal Aria.-Tb. atandarda are those of the Ontoanlty of Chic.go. I Ii..... ;
We carry the Jargest and -;- son'a gradual: ** noels their 4..;..*a from both Btetaon. and Chicago. H e. the Chic: sro sad
At a mass meeting last week every line titeteoa c.t&Io," < . r'
varied stockof our .
candidate that spoke, save one, declared In Full Line of High Grade Fresh: It Sot Coll.*.af law.. -4radnaKaialnallon. '" this Cohere are admitted to practice, In Florida wltln '. : ,

for dry town. Send a wireless call.,..f T.Cbseteraud 8c1o I .r N.eba.le'Arta.-Ypeh.aloal. Ctvll EI..trleah fYrqlsoand
a Family and Fancy Groceries It _.... ..... '
We but the : )l..a.linlula. to deem*. Una n.w"building. coallyIn ..
JefB.'In none
telegram/ to the Nortn carry eq..I .at. '_' .. "
let him his home county "dry" freshest and purest of drugs Collas* ef $.als.a.-Bantlei: nit lie branebae. Bookkaeplng by bait uathods.
carry t Shorthand and T>pawrtlloB.oommodlou El.ctlte coona In.swat Department. Late Faculty and
have to standon at all times. *buildW. -
then dry place
and a
.....".,..." Aaad.r .-onduat.. prep.r.d to eater Banard.'''Tal.. Prlmcetno Cornell,. 11
when be' tackles the State. The Your prescriptions are filled Kissimmee Fla. JllcbJaal.CbJo ,o .ad all rat-c!...eollees.N.rrs .
Prices Higlit "
.combat thickens. Get on the winning: L il 'n4 Modal acboni.-I. KloVerwtnen In Ha own Mild I... X Primary nn4toacaarr
by it. Graduate in Pharmacy : .J Bchoo In wparata baUdla,. Thaaa nrnooli eapaolally prepare Publlo graeetMaala ,
'side.DeSoto news. .
.o besides five yeara'actua.1 ex va rIF'ar'o''SFr1717WrV'rw_ 'SF'IFr9rrFrll''v w achoalA tlOM pip. mean' n doaaa" ,plnnaa,' '.....-ate.boildlng, large Malty. 1 1lborougl
euarw ol.mdy.
There has been:qolta a little talk of perience. .Art SclM.1.-N.w Mudlo.eonlf cuts.ntod.U" , ." "
oa naa a faculty of 4S pmlMaon and laatruotora. They hold dagraM from tba Un_ a
Doesn't this
a 1 ate about the State Senatorsblp from 'mean something alt*of Harvard.' Yal. Dartmoatn. Odambia.-Tor.alo, soak>.ree.. Laoiavllle. .awdoln. .
this district.The that Hon. L ? UlrtehlIluekasll, UnlvMiltyof Inob...., Dmntaan and otbar Unlranltiaa. Tberaar l
balldlastnnd ,,, .
over S30D.OM.os .q siprata.arl quarter of a rilllo.dollr..dowwal; 2
.C. Massey will not again be ft candidate We'carry sufficient help to an andovad library of over'11.000 TolniaMinbMutrfBlehapal with eoet1. fnrnUblos tacladwindow.loll tIustalo.d
C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LBB.wtcaPraaUaat.. ,N. a.,CAIt O". also lBUngaa (10,000 poesl n OyntnaaLai with _p'_ 1
keeps popping up at odd times deliver your packages withina .........t. .' :..... '. appan1us; an .nelaa.. Atkl.Ua yield raanlai track, .... .'court. be..b.n diamond and t'
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.ndlroabald. .1.1 and
and other aaparata bandl..form.
and places, jet,: to our knowledge, few moments after the pur worsa: ton larva aboratorl..fur Obmnlatry. Pbrmoa. BaatartoIoBir. Mineralogy and Biology: .
Mr.,MUM7' has'' made no.dtkti4ment. 'chase. This is not idle State Bank of Kissittitnee several\aria muwuma. .ad........I.-rto udt..latrie bola.m...a.-&. ameut ....... ala.,'
road broad .. .pselou.ea.P'Yo ...; -sa& literary au..1 ad..u...
If die reporta aretrue and the Senator boasting, but we want your .&DeIe.t.' 01......;taan,' eoanrhrlaia ..4 sot e.etaria. 1eoe"1... n. boSUoS M
does notentertbe raOe.It.c"D be conIdered bustness and we know we Kissimmee, P1a..; ,t' 't. be.oatll..4 bealthtel., aDd the exps.w w low. d
t" practically'certain that Mr. can please. "' 1. -_- .: For catalog,.yUws.! loldars and Infoanailon,.
A. B.Newton. editor of the Winter "i PAID UP CA..TAL........ r ......, ". so 000 00 LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D. Litt.. 1)LL..D.1;{
Garden Ricochet.'will enter the race:: :0"TOeKBOLDIlItS LIABItITTBARGAINS. ...,..:" s.o0. 0OEPOSITORb ..

We hare also beard U whispered
RepresenatlTe Crawford would like togo KIssimmee :Drug Co. : "
Sod C.reral' "h..UotI giver te'a't ratters r-
to the house. 'Nothing has r
upper .... .n ?. .t gbeapeetrates. ,
Exck.rgee Rood at p01. '
treated to
been tI Kisslmraee "Fl la. '
beard from Osoeola Couoty.Orlando BUDDED
,. TREES: !

R,Phillips, of Orlando, one of Bring us'ydurJoI. ''''Printiris. : .. *\,-. . .. '." ,. 'Islesworth '" : :[
.the'largest Y.-owD.n In" Orange ... \ ,I, Nurseries g

County, .. .the Bradford; and Is here ,

'securing statistics 'of the' pact and FOR SA.L"E CHEAPIF INS 'CHASE. A CO., PPOPIUETORS'- : 3. W, HOARD, AGENT ;;
s present orange crop as a committeefor c +
We will have ready rnextFsll and Winter planting. general
the Florida
Society.' assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading Tart.-
He says. that 'Orange. county is 'SOLD QUICK. ties. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough Lemon 'and' y+ '
; the,only one In, the ,State 'that l will Summer -Goads-1:! Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insects peats of any kind. i
have. ,an orange*, crop*.. high .as All budded from bearing I.NellD our groves and therefore true to '
The hotel."The; Inn! name.Our, facilities for growing..pursery stock are second to .
eighty per ceot.&Dd, that, many
: none and our trees are as floe as money and twenty year's.xperw w
counties will v not hare over forty per The Van Duzor c mer. I leboe can produce. We are making a specialty this season of thai I''

cent. ''!be' Doctor has ourchased 'The Okechobee House.' I famous California Va.leocIa.lAte:which Is destined to beoome the n
... in Florida.. Our Valencia buds i
about one hundred thousand boxes of l'f'8atellDODe7111aker come direct -

fruit this season, aDd ,,1s' looking at The Warinacott.8.4re.. Dry Goods .Clothing: Shoes ducing from. .the beat best Valenclss bearing In trees California.In the district now f.mouaforpro-" '.1
some crops in this vicinity with ft view! The old M akin son Corner.Twi .'
\ to purchasing. He claims to be the .. Write for Prices to J. .W. HOARD. Ootha,'.Fla.,'or call and see our. -Nvr-: :i.

'Mi largest. owner of old bearing orange cottages' and one lot or I 1 arid Notions. series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R., :
', groves (fa the State. owning over two the O'Neal Addition.. I I 1 .
. .
hundred acres of old bearing i tree..-
Orange grove'*horse, wagon and
1 Port lIen Press. I ,-. ';\
harness bow and bull calf. : ,
+ 'The"cow question" Is now the one Ii STANFORD COMPANY. < C'EOL.A. I

Absorbing theme of' tople Klssimmee, The,property of Ha.rrv.W.'Thur. ,. ? i
'I aDd will never be ,settled until It Issettled owner M- -
man. Apply to the or J. '
: f right.; Sentiment, (Q favor of fP"HXRrv.IACV.: :;>>

uo1a4IDCO cattle from the !street :at Willson, Jr., Kissimmee, Fla.

14 'nUrh*is growing every'day. and will Terms easy, part may remain oil. f"R. L. HARRIS M. D. '. ?. 'Me'., *WM. .

k ventually become so strong mortgage.. ., *' HARRIS' 'SANIT ORIUij. I. J JS

.will sweep every thing before It. ;It 4 ,. ,_.. p THE: Don't forget us when in ":
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take :time and ntatio>lto'so-'I .

:3 'complish any jrefon*. sad .the pro- 4= r REVIVO ORLANDO. FLA .. LEADING I need.of'.Anything :
' Kress already' made 'oa this :
question '
U al). that its. .friends. oouU, wish. KSTOUSY1TAUTT A Private Institution builtand equipped i with all modern ,: ',DRUG in the, Drug .,d .
of ,
conteniences and the care and, treatment .
When the women of any oosonunlty .. : \ : . "
sown>> SL&teor nation line up solidly .... the sick.: ., 'J< I3.TORE.. Line. t tfl'
: in favor of th. aiiMd Terms Reasonable. Writefor Particulars; ;
a proposition are ' .. ,
'* sure to'win sooner or later, as witness If ..." '.1 .7 k C-q . n. ..Jf::

the prohibition cause, which for G-P'" !Ira ......:. ., -- -- ; Bottle ol "Herblne"" FREE'-to Everu ,j

,.a a long tune was only backed bj the ,-- "... ,,'tD 2a'X'; l' h : Customer.NORTH. ..' "' '"
women of they country, but 'has now ..aa..rotaev....,... It aea.rtdlr \'
'r sad 4'"'"'''iF.CnraawkaaMharsfaU.anaan G 'E KRr'B"S: Osceola! County Vr :
assumed the fteantlo proportions of a ..... ...*.. IMS maanomC nn4 ; ;.
,tidal wave.. Xt. tbe ,fight. for'' clean eld -lif U.'uI 'IIcW by ."
naiasBsKV. ). lequlekig na4 aolatly rJjtrrnuiaMa. ATTOItN.Y. -AT-LAW... . I
aldewalks and deoencT gv on.. rove- IxMt Iran?. Sexual "I . Abstract Compan;r :...-v-rvY'Yrgr... ranvrr rY"Y'iw' .
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'"-. '.;' ,' j I.; WaMlnsPlaaaaaa wok. sueb w","'and t p.wu eVaetaa. Mlf-at.....m Office In ...the Court Hou e-Ki' ..- : t .

r 't*WP WBSJ1VM If.aap.rD'tkL4ae. saw ... nvalaaraUoa.why .-oV3 tor .ahnm e. ,Florida. KISSSIMMEE: PHONE_ '}40. B_., > '
*. at the battle of Autterllu, 1&.s tf ... auras '' M.u .il;
MwtUc at tna aaatafdl. .bat I.."rat With In tbs S. H. BUliLOCK. oll'. .r
.... ..... whom will
v. t./ ,.
lte wa.the greatest leader in the world.BgIirdl ... .._ Dsi..iaa:: .. .
Moll. sJ-le. . site t
4 o trial of causes- the .law >lof ;
Snow Liniment. has abowaW'publlo -... 11M Cr. .yons .ft ward. .. u.. c'; W OrlfrinFancy '
:\ It. Is ''beH: liniment IntMVorld. I _r"",. .. R7.. Massey A,Warlow.:'of Real: estate -. -' ; /

A julckcure. for. .Rhen man.55.00 pee.,..,....w nix 'or...... w. Orlando, ,.. Titles examined sadrepoi1.d. .on
1 P ... non-resident .
site fns advise oaa u I. allwb.wish." 'Taxes paid for
.Burn*, Cuts; etc.. Sub .--__ a....... ft... AW.a, Instruments relating to.,real estate. ,-
i' .a..SPraln." .. ......, La., says:'" '"I! !-. a.Me Mdse sw&fall WILLSON' _'Ja;. carefuUyTlrawn .' ,Fatnlly; Groceries (
,.J.- ;JLiniment: In my For) ;Bale fa Kaa.l1Daaee. FlA.,J by the J.M. .Solicit L i,

S1Ii11igad I find it nnexoelled torh.. Klssimmee Drat Co.>> drllClfl.t... .S NarAzy'PuJIIL1.' .. t-.t ,CwTcspeadcBCC... Fresh Meats. jt"

..1.yg4ja.adaobe; ; corns. In fact w .. STA.'I1It'AT'W.G..Jio. i :4 _ : .
fietr dl""r." that osa be reached 1'by .Mjv .JT. ;C.: Bryan returned las RlKISSIMMEB c.tat'A Ceqt!i. ', 1 .. s .' Delivery) Kvsry Day ai any.Hour*,. I'sWonage'Solioite: .
.' ji i-t Jjejjdvby Boberaoo's Satwrday from ..tea ,day butlnc ahis ; :See KmbroWerlea and Insertions ......
alb .. a ; '. ",**. -' ...... latit> cr -----.--. ftlxrDtl ct ..
.- 1" $ Stanford. ,Co. # v : ta.
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' THe Kls&Immee ,Valley Gazette White, Star Laundry,-n.8.: '>Floyd.. ; ,Wade: the Tuner Orlando.":t v Fresh Oyktere.Freeh Fine line of watches At x th"v Klttlm. p -" -l' "
1 sit t Co. 1 *4e.04i44'a44.
Apalachlcola Oysters wfil be mee Drug Co. .- ***.**. '
Dwellings, for 'rent, apply' to M.:
TBLKPHONB NO. 11. All summer dress' goods except Tiller, ' _. served at Gilberts resturaot.. tonight Mr.. Garrett of Port Gardner; is It is .Pleasure! cf Mr .. Pflley' '.',
white and solid' colored lawns, reduced visiting her titter, )11'....W. B. John
in price KATZ'S.. Mr Hurbert Fleming down .'
gent: to.nnounce'TuesUay:
; figured. lawns at KATZ'a.Buy ston. ,'
c. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY to Tanapa on but Inesc ,
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Roberson one'of firstgrapefruit ,
was .the '
I your school supplies at the
Attoi-nejt'P. iA,. Vans
Agnew .-and
-BT-_ ) shipper from ..Narcoosseethis Remnant ..Ie. for cash only. 'atKau' Cash Bargain Store. ( :',
J. October"a >
. W. Seen '
WSHBk. S 1APIH/0. season, five boxes of' 40 and //e. ., beginning Monday 1 Aug.! 12. !Orange County 0'0';' hat a rural free lando.: spent yesterday In, Or ,. . f) ,

'desirable., and highly colored. suitable. : '.,
a for
Old mall
l papers many purposes route.
r: OFFICIAL.:: WlitATHKR RKPORT They were consigned/ to a commission for sale at this office at 20 centsa Misses Luia and Laura Powers. :o .... '- .,.( '.{ ,
ATOTW* ___hrN toe WMk: e41. Then.71w house in New York, on Sept. 30th. hundred. 'Regular meeting of the. School FortPierce are the guests of Mill "'. '

:,. Wber. a INT. J. H. Reddltt bas moved 'his watch. : ,Board. noit Tuesday i Lizzie Thompson' o' REOEETION DAy

Kate.trnlL. New Idea Patterns, 10 cents, at H. repair thon to the room recently1 ,va.cated .The Commissioners will .' ,
111.'' C. Stanford Co ..+ : County Mr. M. J. Bats, we understand: Is
bv 0. A. ltbert... meet In regular monthly .slssion next preparing iro Into the saloon business -
f"a .
f" --- Dr. ,Winn went up to Orlando ', . ', ,Monday, at Port Tampa, City. ', At which ,time will. be exhibited' '
.. . .. W Tuesday to see Mr. Frank Bass and Miss Madeline Bill,of, Narcoossea, '.
.., . ... . .. n 73Tl .45.'* reports that he I. Improving as fast went up'to Orlando Monday. to resume i .IA Col- 'W K.. Cadmao, of Nar- ,James Bratton arrived borne from DisticUve Styles In All Fall'snd'. y "

M.sdJ. .....' as could be expected. Mr.. Bass was her studies at Pell Clark Hall.Col. .. eo ...., spent ;yesterday transacting Nlaml.'.he... be baa been forth; past. '.'"" .. j.
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t J. wT ...a.?....L.. .. ..'. .... ..N 7JM able to walk around his room and Todd business In 'Orlando. several I months,,last night.- Winter, Millinery. , -
H. S. to Sanford
.. . went 'up "
Thsi..r ; out on the verandah with the aid. of Wednesday to spend a week or so Orange. .Bto..omrLodIC' ..Nb. 80 The .Interor of the Court House 'Is Your presence It requested; '* p

crutches last Sunday. with his daughter and : F, it A. M. will hold a regular' communication being brightened with a coat of fresh / '
next Monday night., paint., Jeff O'Quinn Is the artlsW-' MRS, PLLTY t ,
Fresh stock garden and flower seed <

at.tbs KI.Immee Drue Co.:. Florsbelm't correct thing 15 as Patent to style Oxford.comfort arethe I I Wrt. L. Hall who bas been spending M.... C.. O. ,New.Ion hat 'returned ............................

!I LOCAL FIELD. ''I. 'Mr. c W..D.. Makinson' of Klsslm- etc.: Found .at H. C. Stanford Co. j I[the summer with her son at Washing from Mountain' Lake Park lids, where -

j'f I leading merchant and beavy onlv. ton D. C. returned home Friday,night. she spent the summer with' relatives.
bee a '
Mr. F. w: Hill and his coo '
shipper of oranges, fish, bided,.. etc., Mr, F. H. Lt..oJ'.. moved hit The orange- season at Narcoossee The first broad-gauge '''train- Is' expected left i Monday for Charleston S.Pred 0.,!'

Is at the Bradford. lie. Is Interested racket. store Into the Pfann building, 'opened up this week and several to go 'out over the MI41'androa4 where the letter .will :be enteVed. .aorter's .. "'I' ; '

: All figured lawns at cost at KATZ'B ln'tbe, ''ablpplDC '0"' fish from Lake just one'door. south.'' b18,, former. small shipments fruit went forward. 'neit Monday. The contractorsare fall .term: Mlllury. ,.lnstitutefor'thea, ,'

Okeec,obee, and is here for that put stand. / now working tn town,, putting In '
beglsnlogq .. :At its meeting last Tuesday; night switches .The October term 'of '
etc. the
aab Remnant Bale pote.-Fort Myers, Press. New barber, Patrick's. old l County ,
shop at ,
the City Council ordlanoe Court willconvene !*>
Ibnd August 12th at KAT3'B.Mr. passed ann pext-'irondavY /
ay I Ladle. Shirt Waists, at a big..- stand. Service by a tonsonlal. artist Imposing; llcepse tax'of five dollars The attention of parents is e.ned0 week- Oct.11th. and so far there are
conversant. with all the latest fads In .,
:Wilbur Adams wvnt up to., Orlando duotlod, at Dann's., bartering. tf a year.on al| ,'public drays., the dangerous practice. .by small boys lobe about.docket.twenty. jBve' criminal. cases.'. on .

y on business Wednesday, Mr. D. NJ Bratton, who Is nursingMr. of pjaylne) marbles In. the: street*'. Ij,'
Drought at .the Church' Home and Mist Edith 1endrfeksr of -Ocean Mr.' Tburniaatis automobile garageIs They-are not only, an Impediment The, PromenadeConcert' 'by'the?
'See those Matchless American Orlando'came down' Bat- Cove Springs Is again Jof .now nearing, comulellon. The ," Ostlmmee Orchestra atthe Opera .
In guest
at H. C,, Stanford Co Hospital nhiclei. are-liable" to be ran :over House Friday evening v dWw A I
Beautv Corsets, \\ ''' ' urdst'atternoon to visit his 'family; her sister Mrs.'Rjf"G.. Canoga, to'the stonework I. about' completed' the and lerloutI1.iDured: ; good .u Jl.....; ae r........bsat _.v_, ,

... Leonard Williams;' thetiiod.ome t Mr.' Brattoq';'reports .:?.his i' patient delight'of her, ai.ny"'rieod.. bere.." J;1\* x rafter laid for,,'tha rooflog surd a \. ,,;pl :. dollars Zodiac l I! .. : .
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'' v.a a . o.1 '. latt .
In Mon% slowly, butsurelyj'Improving.l ', ., irdnunlucky.: cement floor Is biicg;put In.;,,. Up\to ,night*T" ,Colleetor W.
"cop" of'Lougbman"" "was.. ""town."' . ; :. >; : 't'.taut Tuesday.was ''day '."' .' - l )"* ' V" "ij; \ '' c "' Bandy..badi"collected,.seventy-three u ... ... '
4.,. 8tr.w'b.t..t. and below cost, .,at for the prohibitionists,, "Wetor dry" Mr. A, ;A.: Loll. ;left yesterday for lioense,tsiesa These 'taxes 'are .all qn Christian tool too II H.ora\;;T... ...

>; Nice line of ..Ribbons: Laces and Danns.Matter. elections were held' In' Kscambla arid Pittsburgh, Pa., where he goes to look due the first of Ootoberjand those who 1 The parties behind the ';movement afe '"
; the Cash Bargain Prater. Gilbert'son of City art.eHbe settling'up of''\ his father's. substantial businets 4
Embroideries M Franklin counties, the "wets" winning hare t paid bad better hustle men who do not:
. .Store, Clerk J. R. Gilbert, fell' from one. of out in both instances; estate. While away Mrs Loll will get'a believe In doing things by halves, and
Mrs.A.. f.: Wilson and two children the large/ chinaberry trees' In''ront' of Dr."Wood' fin'Carson left last night vlsitj Mestallai', ; Ohio nd,pllrcha.e '. on them If they want avoid, trouble.. the should young'men.of 'the plane towavwlll, materaJUe'be
the Methodist p..raoaaa-e. on Mondayand full set'wof tools 'and mabhlpery for tOil will fend Dry Oooaa, -Shoes
returned to their borne in Tampa provldeawltb Ideal ids
f 'PbU.delphl.t.o.. finish his courseAt place to spend
Notions Hardware
GranitewereTinware .
.' bad. narrow escape from serious Mr. Thurman's antomoblle''garage.The .< their span moments.. -.r
e Tuesday. Philadelphia. Dental College. >Glassware./-in' fact almost ,
Injury. 'He, was 'unconscious" for a .> everything at the Cash '.and Chairman U* M: Wbldden O"\h, i "
A useful present with every purchase When ret.ra., home next summed" Steamer'Roseada', ''C pt., .Clay Store get > :
Cash short time, fortunately. ;no': bones.were : a present with, each purchase.BVH. street committee of the City Council
th a1utl-lecljfecl'D.'D.
} from five cents up at he will be ,S. Johnson
took up ; regularfun to deserves
'c H. LAWSON broken and tbevllUle fellow is ; LAWSON.Ve a great of credit for the:
Store. .F. { ; Baslnger last Tuesday,- 'and regular i work done on Posslel ,
, now as sound, at' ever.' Pansy Seedvand shy\ other 'kind* ,of that Avenue. Thin
r Mr. Jno. 'M.' Baasell'was called to Ribbon flower'seed and bulbs., We. have Just weekly. trips will'' be made hereafter:: :' \ regret :'to-- state George Is one of the most prominent. streets) a '
t All colors narrow velvet at 'Ad.rhold. son .of ex-Mayor J.. w. In town and heretofore has been on*' "
Plneoastle last week by the" death' obis' received our new stock and it ,can'tbe Captain'Johnson ol1 thlnksthere will beauflloienttwtter '
' aged mother; H.C.. Stanford Co.Mr beat,' Send for price list.' :. In'i'thort time for,the I Aderhold who bas.been'seriously, il of the most, supervision'neglected. Under .the ;
of Chairman
Wilbur Adams has secured the KENIfXHLY'S SEED STORE for some time does Improve. His personal ..
LiUie to run'when she will be put on I Whldded.vhowever It has been
Call and Inspect our, line ,of. DryOpodi. contract for making the drain' tile for Palatka. Fla/,' case has'now developed Into chronic formed Into probably the*beet trans street
Instead of the Roseada.1'ho.eyouur .,
new and _
r .They 4JARH are HARUAIN STOBBMrs. !.,' the Irrigating svstem or the pew celery i> Wanted-A: !good agent' for the meningitis-not contaglous-and ,the In. town. .rna.w
v company, and will move his, aparatnsto Famous Victor Talking Machine in wants we''do the runt little fellow at suffer intense. > M

4 ..U. C..Turlington bas gone, to I << the, company's land 'on Shingle Klsslmmee at once.' Write for contract . ning, KISSIUUKB. ,DRUG v .COMPANY._ laIlOOY. Honor awl of WkMier ScWot, J .<,

Alabama for. .a month's ,visit, with Creek and m.keh4 ,I tiling there. Mr. to Metropolitan' Talking: Machine I.. The ladles Home Journal Patterns 'The following. pupils'of Room No. S. ..

relatives at her, old borne. Adams also bas a contract with Mr. Co., Jacksonville. Fla.. ,39.21Mrs'C. Tb ".,mpat1 of the' ,cows themtelves 'do not waste material; at Denn's.. Whittier Graded School are worthy of 5

.,roes Bowline ,A'nel.-For' sale or rent Frank Vane Agnew to make the tiling 'seems''to have been enlisted, in J mention having made A grade la

.,111I Arosafa. Apply to 'P.'Hv *La..ODof for'his'fiveacre. 'celery farm '00. the between: trains. E. Jones yesterday stopped' over her here. favor ot clean sidewalks.since, they: Sheriff J. M.' Walker went do..1i0 month Deportment of September.of 80 and, upward' :: "for' .j.> .t i
ou return ,
!Klsilmmee Fla.. S7-4t Island.A tried to'make the conditions, as Whittler!; last week and brought'up Ira Bass Sol Padgett,Nellie Turn-

Mrs Frank ,.Bass' and', 'daughter, beautiful line of White ,ShirtWaists to Bartow had from Winter enter'Park "odo 'OlIa'!* as possible. Saturday. Albertns l'oo'who was arrested Win, Kellle B...., Horace Sullivan, .
where she been to, her warrant him with sell Delia ,Tumblln, Lllll Bast,, Goddl, '
Orlaqdo at H. C. Stanford Co. night.. All day Sunday the sidewalks on a charging ,
Mies Lannle, went to ; .
up \ i
daughter Miss Ruth, ;Roll Ins McClelland. Ruddy Bast.L n :
n last u04.1'to Tlsit Mr.Bass. ... the .At a special term 01''County' ''Court College.. eupecislly'where they are paved, presented log whiskey )n a dry' county He.wa McClelland/Nat Ba"/Arrie Tumblln,' '. i

' Church: ..Home and'Hospital.'. bold last Monday?, Robt. Jernigan a most'dlagraneful'spectacle... ,* placed under a'' WOO bond for Annie Harvey. Jessie Young,, Ella joD.ne1" 3.-
plead,gall ty. to the char/re of carrying '. Mr; T. a., Duke returned, yesterday. his appearance ,at, the neit<, tetD: /ofthe'County Bertie. William, Maud 4
the barber'shop' Everything -
In O'Nea Try new Hancock '
,1'Oa !setts-Two.ottages: Rsnlerton/V ,
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from'Aokllne Fla., where be went to Cpurt.Queen Anniep ,
concealed fined and '
'A .Otborne addlilon-one five-1'oom we.poD'.ad was by new uptodate.Sharp ra- May Haulersonl'tail.: X ,
w and one three-room. .Apply to Judge Johnston one hundred dollars accompany Mrs Duke and the child tort, clean towels, firstclass.service. Quality. 'Shoes, all stylet aI' Balsden, Matte .JBaisden GeorreBaltden .

, W. L.'VAN Duzcatj. 00.rMrwJ.'W. and costs, Mr.,:Jernigan also plead ren home. The j alter had been spend Ceo. A. Gilbert has'moved his cold H,Stanford Co. <. :Annie Fettle! ,Jennie

i '- ; Cole, the Fort Gardner' guilty to'Vhe improper exhibition a log someweekkwith, relative at. > that' drink stand into B.'C: Miller' storeroom The''' Weklva Union and eaidajrSchool ),Montadiooa, ' Beetle',G.:rrtllcc.. 1 .. '

'turpentine man at>ent Tuesday la town deadly weapon, for "which he' was ,place." just vacated by ff, H. ,Lawson. Convention heU\a three day ' Principal.Weeted. .. .. r
and rent down to' Lakeland 'on' bur. es-epee Mss: Maglll;; an:aged l.d.7"rhO was Mr; Gilbert'is putting..lni: petitionand I session Friday, ,.with Saturday. the Pegborn'and Sunday'church' KlaSimmee last> '.' ; .). 1 '. .:" -"; tlf,,

loots ontbe afterttdon train. sect to the poor farm, a few weeks ago 'otherwise fixing the place, .
uP' sense out liberal delegation LUt' of your ,,propertyfor '....;, W
In letter ; of
For'Reut' nice eight room'house; cue :.upon- payment. the- died W coea4a'JDol'llhaa'; : 10 o'clock preparatory to opening, up. afiret, each'day. and on Sunday special) "' No commissions' noleas sale' I I.'

i and b.rD-Ia' South ICle'elmmee ,eoste. Mr*. Mogul. "a.i 86 year old and bad class quick.lunch stand. in 'connectionwith train WM run ,over< ,the .Sugar.,Be1. made,, ... JJ. tK
'large'gardeq 'For Sale or Rent.-Six 'rOom cot" been 'a. member' of the Methodist hi cold drink and cigar bus from this place. M.WUlon: Jr.'
; P.1: .
..: Apply) to J, Fox'jO9'hler!j'"
tage. :Apply to Mrs.- C..y. .Bearden church" for n: year. I..... "" White shoes at eost come quick* atDana's. '
Street, Tampa, or this, office .' ' :
: carried bl.lItt.lebo1aud Mrs.-.Daniel: Hlrtsell Sr.""son and '-iPLAJPtOt.: We U.'DO.' taking,:or 'For Sale ..., a 'Bar..aln.D.. ,Ii !r < CITY, BARBER SHOP 'e,
'' Mr. V\" .1.1.oreDa ders for .Iti 'W.'A. Myert.. of the Methodist ;
daughter.. expected' arrive from plants to be delivered In Oc room cottage and four vacant lots in : ,
t : girl to s,.: ;Augustine: Moo PbIta4.lpbl.ln a. short time to make tober.. We will have' the following. North: "lmm... J.W.,SrnrOUL, church spent last Sunday la Orlando, .'
' reenter them ti, the Slate kinds py the' million Cabbage 'LM- where he was called to. assist In the Now Open for Burins
b to .
(, the deaf,"and dumb for Klsslmmee 'their home 'We, IID e1-, tune' .XJelery, ", Onions Cauliflower.. .' 'Numerously signed I petitions both fight l now being waged against, toe 1 .
InsUtutlon for stand they will build residence' on Beet. Send for price list. for and ..1'.1n.b.. penning of eaitleat : sale of liquor in that city. 'In bisabeenoe ,ii q Patdok'e.Old..Stand. t
! :,tbe f all termr j, Mr. HtrUell'e place across' the lake. "lC- 1I4A"Y'8, .,<. 9; ;STORE: ', I night; were presented to the. city Rev. J. W. Austin filled bit II t+
three *; Mrs.. lived Palatka,.J'1.. pulpit here Sunday morning, and In 'NEW CHAIR, s
Mrs.JTraaklin f sheen and eon 'Hlrtcell ere nlneteenjrearsago ' eounctl ,Tuesday. night.. T-.A there) the evening union services. were 'bald. I
r of wweskkawitthh bad, been ependInff . and moved from this place' to ,Mrj! C.Grlffln; and .family ,went were 'signer o* both peteioss, who In the Baptist church. I NEW RAZORS ;

come ;".IIIUI' 0bet I Philadelphia, .heN'.he' bas residederer up to Waco ''to, spend, some have. no roice.. In 'the natter, the
.bro\b.1'1IO., W.,.J. C. and' Jody since. ,la the meantime,..)41'..1 1I..., ,Mr.: GrlSIn has e 'oontraot. to Clerk was Instructed to examine both Six Louse and two lot*' In : 'NEQV'1YTuINd. ( '. ; .,

i 'c r eG, here and at Waco* toff. for. Hlrtsell. baa remained'here-'and,, ,the clear'several....' of,hammock land petition and ,determine'-: to>which good :location.for t'260.00.Prlae.House' Insured 98190.00.'tor: : : .. ' ',4 .... '... :f. '" ,

'tlMtr borne last Saturday., family Is to be reunited after'aU these at that place for, 'his brother. 8.8.Grlflln had the largest number of Registered U..are' Two good building lots splendid wSYSfir.Yc.7Vq: ; : + G arL'. p. .. J.
sass 1 -' A-l\kw J- V sfe'rf* ''w f',;1dsissakeh4batM ;: / ......-ITIM'-.0.'aa4'' dangter'are said i ,: ,"who., Is preparing to enlarge voter and the matter"went ',over. till location t ,; ftIce t64IO'/. For particulars ., . J" ,- .... .e fit. '
.. to .be accomplished.musicians. bis '01'."'" ": ;/ , w; apply M this office. .; r.4.r "t...., .:-;
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-- .. Thai 000'out; f'u .. 4000 graduates

tr..lng Three lioness, dog was more of a pet although tie turnedoutby; the'' medical colleges 1 1J'

f' knew In a' moment when anythingwas each 'arewholly unfitted
In the. Eastern States Is Is not year 1r
'otter : "wrong around the place. H. to practice medicine and '
:'that we.aee. more than two I are menacesto
i' horses harnessed together, except on D'''<<' went away from' -home with a the communities In which they settle

the binder. Yet R would sometimes team, and he .pent'little of his time 'was stated'by--Dr.Chester Mayer, I 'I'
JVew Tork City.-The .
In Held. He watched the chicken 'seven-eighth yards twenty-seven
the of the -
State Board of Medical ExamInes
three horses for -
be to I
profitable use
yard closely and whenever a' fowl ored shirt I waist fills a r> three and a hall yard thirty-two or
suppues.1 of 'Kentucky at' meeting ofthe
t farm work. I have etten found It a.great a
in wardrobe that nothing else and
hawk was aTJuar'ter yards
gave the warning that a forty-four _
;advantage to use such a team 'American Medical Association'sCommittee
view hewas and ready to chase It InchcaI e.
up '
lon a plow or harrow;, have used them 'on Atedlcal Education, _
r I away. Just. soon as he could catch "' 1
on a stonebeat. and also on a wagon I held in Chicago,; not long ago. Dr.

la hauling manure.To sight .of the bird he would It and.begla barking run Xlne-Gorrd f klrt. 1 II], I II player said that only twenty-five to< 'Ir
ping around under
use three horses on a wagon yonmust twenty-eight percent the graduatesare
The plain ''
chickens nine-gored is al.
few of our skirt
Vigorously' Very
I :
offset Iron on the qualified; Flttyblghtper cent.
have' an were taken during his lifetime. If ways a desirable one. It never really ,. '
else use a double tongue of the graduates examined m twenty
tongue or. any of the stock got out of place beauty Q goer 'out' of style, the tntfny aeam.mean J
for A three-horse five States were refused licenses -
made purpose.
the fences were down or gates satisfactory fit and good lines,
'evener be made by any handy With lew'.xeefUoD.. these failures
may and while It Is always desirable
left he knew In a moment a model
h betweenthe open took a'second .examination/ In few
Have fifty-one .Inches a.
man. them back or In- for 'Wa.babte'lmaterlaIa' air It launders
did his best tow jet
end boles; seventeen IDch s from weeks and only, fifty\per cent .Of them I-
form us.. He was very fond of the with singular success. Again

one end hole bore. the hole.. for' the children and never showed any' signsof the'very fact ,of Its simplicity makes passed.
"This does
x draw j>ln.Three snspplshnesa. As a watch: dog the It 'possible,to use trimming of many not .mean that
make steadyteam Iq -thlr training were corrected
r horses an even collie will be of great -help. Thefarmer's sorts.. Here li ,a very. satisfactorymodel "
draw plow ova spring-tooth In those.few wt eks. DrMayer said
to wife Is often left alone both that, ai illustrated; Is made of I1a
have stonesto "It shows that ''experience' showed
harrow. If some
you .
In the daytime and at night 'and It dotted linen with trimming of linen
them what the test would be
haul on a stoneboat they will workto probably
she has such a guardian she feels braid and which Is entirely satisfactory.
much better advantage than two and they 'crammed for the examination. -
sate-Dairy Farmer. .' It could however be utilisedfor
horses Of one team ahead. of another nt Dr. W, T; Oott, secretary: of
every possible skirting material
On some or our filly isrms mere : "*',1.-;:;;... while the the Indian Board,said: "The majority'
trimming can be varied In
are a few fields which seldom receive:, Farmers Clubs. of our schools: now teach their.stu, et.aalsf .
an number of
much*manure, because It Is such slow It was my privilege several years ways. dents hpw to pass examinations, not
Straight badds of
heavy lace Inset
work, hauling It ,up there; ,at least since to attend many meetings[! of are how-to be good physicians."'
much used on washable while
this used to be the case at home. 'If farmers clubs In the State of Michigan .. At the session of the American
for the pongees silks, '\rolle'and the w
you use three horses and the hills are and it may interest your readersto Medical Association held la Atlantic 'J.r/.r...
like bands of _
graduated width of ,
not too steep you can haul good learn something of this club mov9- contrasting City In June. Dr. )t, Clayton Thrush .
material .re'much la hl. C. aut1etI1vaprpiiJti'ON
loads, and get the, manure where you meat and how tbe meetlDC' are con TOgU'.nd a professor In the, Medlco-Chlrnrgl-,

want. it. I have seen three-hone ducted. In the first place; these clubs there are countless bandings that cal College In Philadelphia, said! .*.C..J'.IC4P'r1\ ,'

teams used for long< hauls, on theM are models not for men alone but for' .-- can be applied to suit individualtaste "Many' doctors turned out of the med of A.btoss.oa--ruse.'tWtar Rrm.ds"M ,tIothe
4 .ael Therefore
roads where there were- some steep ladies. and In this respect are modelsfor II ical schools'are .Ignorant :In matters .
hills to be climbed, the work being' farmers' clubs everywhere.At I and Is consequently always In de- I The skirt la 'made, In. nine gores pertaining to pharmacy that they .++e...+.>.&.'.'''........+...."o.......
mand. Here is one of the latest'mod and Is laid In inverted \
r*. performed at much less cost than It the time of my visit I thinkthere pleats at the know nothing about the properties of Hon. M. C. DnU p, U. R Senator .0>4\

,could have been done with two-horse were 'o"r 100 of these local I els that Is smart. In the extreme, and back It Is perforated for walking the drugs they prescribe for their pa : ; from Sooth CsxoUna for. two term'.

t teams.-John Upton, in the Country clubs, and their representatives met tients." Dr. Henry Bats Jr., president : Is write s letter to to front the.F.N".Washington f/
,Gentleman. together once a year In State con of the Pennsylvania. State Boardof ; AI follow! .

. t vention. The aim Gt these' clubs was Medical Examiners, after?scruti .'J eat r.... fH....<, PrM". "'I" s
kn Chick Chirps. to have asocial time ana Improve -dIs airing the papers of a class of candidates ' dw.jMii>e(..iMloiM 0", troM6(.. I r

I feed'tor their methods of farming and house for llcensure, said: "About one- ; ; how 6ei. welHff yo"r Hjl* } .
Corn meal Is a poor little 'or a ..... and f/eft esr'Y
keeping. Usually these clubs met quarter of the papers show a decree .
11 It tm y chicks, at least until they are several MM<
weeks old.Hulled once a month' at the* home of one of er of Illiteracy that renders the candidates -j _""1".cllo'H', 6f.
.. the members. If, for Instance, there for Ilceusure, Incapable of understanding good tonic. -

; oats are one of the best were twenty-four families la a particular medicine" ........ . . .. . .. . . .. ... .. ... ; .
avallabU foods for little chicks
especially *
club, they would meet with each .great many more physicians and of the stonwih the oorreot
the first few weeks. chemists be ? CATARRH most ouraxf(lji>*poi., Only '
quoted In
family tn turn. Hence it would take support
Wheat screenings are good any' aD intm r t..rrU medy, mock M Peru-
two to with each and of the astounding charge that 3000
meet iUbU..reruns ..
nt ta v&
Ume, and cost little on the average ,
every family. One of the strong attractions 4il Incompetents are being dumped onto
'farm: Tablet can now ba procured.
an unsuspecting: public each
of these club meetings was year. .
Don't forget about those sudden
the dinner that was invariably served.It What the damage done amounts to .
storms and thunder showers. Have TilE MEASUnP. OF EFFICIEYCY;,
Is an old saying that you can reacha can never be estimated for these incompetents
some ready means of escape: available 1 1I 1I Frost-Do you know anything of .
man's heart through his stomach, enjoy the privilege of
to the chicks.
and whether this Is, strictly true or diagnosing, prescribing or dispensing business principles?
Keep the chicks busy. The best 8DOW.coonfou..d It. .1 thought
w I' drugs regarding the of
not, It Is certain that the average man properties ,
Is to scatter seeds and small I but the first thing I knew I .
sway which did
i finds a meeting more attractive It he' they know nothing, and then p
grains In litter, making the chick.acr.tch arrested for .-
of was stealing. Brooklyn
is sure of something good to eat. I 4 signing death certificates that aro
hunt for them.
j I Providing the dinner, however Is no not passed upon by any one unless fife '
Too Mow a' temperature tn the
great burden, for It doesn't come the coroner Is called In. Probablythere .4- f
,,brooder food
Improper and lnJu-
''t dlclous, often, and then it is a sort of picnic a. Is not 'a grave yard from one TIRED B/4CKS. "
feeding-each plays an Important
end of the country to the other that
and 'Is
anyway, worth all it costs. -
: part In producing bowel di.y . + y
orders. At some of the meetings I attended n does not contain the burled evidencesof The kidneys have a great "work to j

,U, It yon ctuff the little chicks while I found that each family took alonga sY the mistakes or criminal carelessness do Jn keeping the.blood pure. When

p .they'ra alive, you'll soon have plenty folding sewing table and used It of Incompetent physicians. they get out of order

of dead I as a table to eat off of. In this way During the last year there have it causes backache; rheadaches
4 onesjou can stuff-If yon
been perhaps, half a dozen known
feel like It. there :was no trouble with the table dlisiness,
l I problem and as far as chairs were cases where surgeons afte, performing languor, and distress
After chicks
ri old.,give y them a chance are each a few day days to concerned the clubs usually owned a . operations bare sewed up the Incisions I ing,I urinary, troubles.: .

lot of folding which wltfcoyt first removing: thegauze Keep the kidneys well
t ,' )eat grass. It will do them more good'J were carried A. ( '
;.than ajl the patent "chick from place to place. needed.A ,sponges used to absorb the and all these suffer:* '

'.C other stimulants.yooncan'! growers'and buy In literary program was always provided ,II blood! and In some cases forceps and Ings will be saved you; .

''I' a year. ,. : for each meeting some of the even surgeon's scissors have been left Mrs. 8. A. )Moore proprietor .-

'*? Tame chickens are more pleasurenbls topics being what would be called J .. in the wound low many of thfie of a restau :: "

V and "heavy" .and. others Toeing light* a cases there have been, where the patient rant -Patefclll '

''ones. more profltabte'than ,wild Some of the children were usually on dies Yhere Is no means of knowIng "- ', v.. .-..... ,"D_._- _
And there Is no earthly excusewhy 1 : { '
on.'. fowls should be otherwise.There for a recitation or two and musicoften and comparatively few of the I I using Doan's Kidney 't'I'r t-

is no necessity for having enlivened this proceedings. cases where the discovery Is made! la :t!: fared everything from kidney iron.
the perches more than two feet'shore These meetings usually had the effect r time to save life, become generally bias tor. year and a halt. I had:

:the ground. Also' they should all be of making the hosi clean up his place public. Reports from sanitariums for pain In,the bIIek '..4 .bead, .Dd' al.

e on a *evel.-The Epltomlst so that It would look': well,to the . '_'A''}f .. the treatment of the drug,habit show most continuous In the loins and. felt

-' visiting neighbors. If he was so fortunate ",',' ; ,' ". that,members of the medical profession weary all the time. 'A few' doses,of

y I Mare and Coif. .I'JII.{ AI, to.. keep fine stock of any iiItiil are more often treated these 'Uoau's Kldasy. Pills*brought great

When kind,-these came-In for a good shareof institutions than members of any r.llefand I kept on taking.them,until
the colt Is out to ,
grass comJDe1Ic.1'ee4IDC attention from the other club memo other profession and that a majorityof In a short tine I was cured. I"'

him some grain which. be..... The -wrlteri rememers,' pare the patients, excluding the physicians think Doan's Kidney Pills are, won. fi
can...b., done In this way: Build ap tlcularly' in one Instance; how Interested -' themselves can trace their dtrful., _,

y 811. .In.. some suitable place which Is many,of the *neml>erswere In a downfall directly to a.careless phys: For sale by all dealers. EO cents a. ,

,the.moft convenient making It high flock of which ician. box. Foeter-MDburn .
Ramboulllet sheep the Co., Buffalo
. +' .enough so that the mare will not try: How mallY'rlmlD.1 operations use t '
host had In fine show condition for all .1711 1 4 N.T -
' to Jump: It, and have the .
the space from the visitors to see and examine. Nj e performed physicians Is also a matter ... ear
ground to the
bottom board
of conjecture
I The..' Operations of this
I.. are primarily social : '
dent to allow the colt te pass under.: gatherings but they are also Intellectual r class unfortunately, verx fray big as an egg plant. Now hell probably -

Pot tn handy gate; then {an ample stimuli to the visiting mem- LZcKUS I v q 4 quenf'ln large'cities. Some graduated 'worry himself, death trying to

feed .trough. Lead your mare and bers. This club movement U a good and licensed physicians, many, 'decile whom to send It to, prophesies "

? Bolt Into this enclosure and let them one and might be copied with profit; of tlrem of supposed respectability the .Cleveland Leader. .' ' ,

:eat together two or three times and In 'other' States.-A;; D. McNair Iq dr make an exclusive practice of.criminal "
..they-will soon learn where the food medical and BnmaK :oovKHjcsfKxr AXD4'
"t Farm and Ranch. c. . . '
"gakrtout the mare, shut up the Dr. Henry 0., W. gate. leave.the colt sir a p
In., Keep good er'* physician of Chicago estimatesthe

supply' .of oats there,' and .you. will Farm' Notes.'Keepthe'Eower number of criminal operations.! CHtrat. +FGf' Canned )1. '-aPI.<
find the colt there regularly, tanning ': beds and garden annnallyIn'Chlcago"alone' at,'18000 ,- Chicago =British War OflkW. Use '

In and oat getting his ration. When free from weeds ,- Confidence' .
as summer advances. How many resulted fatally are "T' la the Sloe*.
six months old, U *. time ti>'wean the Weeds suck up the much-needed which allows' a choice of two styles of length and consequently, suits both unknown as when death results'the yard Product., .

d ,coin The poI ...IU hare learned,to plant food and moisture. collar and sleeves. In this Instance the street and Indoor gowns:. ,. i real-cause la 'disguised In the death Another large contractfot, tinned. "

eat, and the result Is that when he Is It Is made of white'linen'with large The qu.ntlLT material requiredfor :certificate which
Don't feed cheap, hplt-:polled grain the physician sgris! ,! meats for the British Army has been '
taken away from his dam he pearl buttons as finish and Is worn the medium size Is'eleven *
does Tar4.t"'eDtr'.e'en
to one but himself and
placed .with
your fowls. Give them wholesome . a .Moby. McXellt:: fc Libby
h rain her,so.ranch., The care of young sound grain. It need not Brittle with, a separate turn-overeoll.f, :,, Butt ; five and threequarteryards clerk. sees., of Chicago, through'the Director t
,.(cotta, Is, alsovery .Important. Give high, but should be sound pan be cut out slightly at the :neck .forty-four or five lards. fiftytwo1 Probably not"n41 case of malpractice ' Supplies' Department,, of the British, ,

d, .them,/ a' good, roomy place., allowing If those who believe that scrub and finished with a collar of the ma* Inches wide .If tnaterjaj'has: figure in 1000 ever becomes'the subjectof .,War 01l1t'...- This contract'.-,vas a com '

.plenty of exerciseand'be\ sure and terial as shown lathe small view, a law suit, but'In the last yftar"ap- petitive affair.'England &|
Jr i ;fcandl"';th.m from 'the"very start fowls 'are. as good or profitable as and Jt, can be made with Ibow proilmately 150 Canada; Aus ""Si
cases wherein the tralia t and Brazil entering
i. ;r.PKik up their feet. rub th.m. and.. pure In' -breeds win hatch some of each sleeves ao ,tbat' then:are practicallytwo plaintiff has alleged malpractice have ..n.. It.was quality and-method.ten 9':

they get ;older, take, something' or"u"yoar a brood and keep them ,running waists :'In one. Linen,,, madras, been reported In the newspapers, and packing that got the of;
? ; .hand..and together, they will learn a valuable and. Indeed, all the washable waist- .i..11t' Chicago flrw,
5- strike them Owing to, the social the
on prominence and business.;, General Clayton
lesson ;of
; the bottom of th..hoor ; tugs, and also such materials ii taffeta the
and when the ; the positions of many 'phys .War Department In
an interview
r" :.lime In .(heir,Jile comes for shoeing A' good and cheap way 'to kill cabbage 'pongee.and light-weight, woolens r o' .' clans not. more than half tit. .IMW' cording, ''to the London ac'-i r",
c *e ',' them It. lice; Bare the that are appropriate. The.. tucks Standard,
will not be altogether new to dust comes are suits"stated; probably-result In any .tate4 that the British
1s them." ,Do.not. let.the colt run'with off the tobacco when i stripping' and arranged 'to give exceptionally' becoming ill I41.I newspaper'publicity, but It ''Would 'hlgkjy satisfied :.with i I rte Is' s '

.other taor.... handling It and put this on the cabbage lines ,to the .figure..and the probably not be' an exaggeration :to .supplied by ''Chicagoand foodstuffs 'e

f Always 'them In the morning .while It Is ..UIIwet'wlth'dew. doable breasted ,effect la they have ? ;
teach gentleness:; ...." L dlstpctlynovel. . state .that the total cases :,.of ,malpractice every confidence In the manufactures

;. verbs unkind to them. Give them c : not Involving criminal operations .:entering. Britain, from the Stockyards. '

:a lump of.sugar or apple. It U better 'Do"not jforget that: ,beef-scraps..' 'The.waist. Is made with fronts and -' _a. 's or criminal, medical practice. The: food 'for; the./Army will be ,,
:than a whip and teach but on. thing either/i dried?or green.s vegetables of back ands laid ,In* tacks that are r.. .,_.would amount, to 150.0 O"or >packed under,thit supervision '
a time |B almost stitched: for Its entire length It w ,' 4 1. more than case British
\ f tMHawi-y.< Fletcher,, anyr.riety! and clover mealor cant ] one to each physicianIn representatives.the Invitation
,,Jn..The Cultivator cut clover will closed t by:means' of' buttons,, and the country1.. This ,.
'r .. ....,. be relished by the + rr estimate la, of of. the packers. ,*! beeatdi'
,,,__ ., ,,
u fowls and will buttonholes or tnvlslblras liked..but course more or less
1.'w1....... J' r greatly strengthen thefer'tllltyof conjecture,, Untimely the Government .to ready to rely
", ,TheFarm' Dog:, .. the eggs.A' .- ' 'In either case' the two rows' of..buttons I death. aDd 'permanent .dlsa. new. Pure, Poocl regulations upon'the I: 'i'
r I i r.t: t 8 :
t Irbellfvethe farm-'dog much good .claat lD, temperature ''Is are uaectlOR the front. The sleeves bllltles are frequent and occur within-- 'e4 DU,. 'inaugurated" :the ',United

,, ,helj i; to..the farmer; wileas, to..the forty degrees., Fahrenheit, Cream are "gathered,, at upper .and lower O! ret :' the knowledge. of almost every: one, States.: ;AlI the talk'about the ineffloieacy.ef -

F,'- 'farmer -'himself.; :'Many men,"think ahoutd .bee; kept at that, temperature edges andithe.long.ones, ; are finished ,-" 'I, 'I whan. Ute' !could have bees sired, or the new law ,Is 'sheer uon- '
I bh .then.!Is not a place; for a dog on the for an hour or ao before churning. In with, regulation cuffs.the: short 'ones health' restoredhad the physician seas*. British, pmceriIn ,America. P
with cuffs 'ot the turn-over'sort I 'ar4. been'skilUnl.. careful and :
nap; ,seven ,) twe'nty-sevea, competent hi". 'IO.e fully Into "
r farm. This Is true as as Is generally warm weather or the butter. will not jibe .matter and 'i' '
{,itreat.d,. But It you have an Intelligent harden. well as It forms.. The .nUtT'of maw1aI. 4ulreci four'aDd a' quarteyaydsforty-tour ,the authorities are perfectly' satisfied": o 4'

F animal he can bsj.ra.lned so that In' making 'tIt othy; hay..It is' a for, ; the medium, size Is, three .and or fifty-two'Inches wide If .It has not. "Give.KrU ,of finbsUtuUoa ,to place orders :n Chicago when condltlens ; .+ 4>,' ';

jhe i will be helpful In many ways. The good plan to cut. 'late In the, afternoon Crowning MMIaessv .Bright Blue in Paris.' me a two-cent stampplease.'remarkedthe '. call for. outside' supplies ;,of y" ..

i; '1 dog's place Is primarily around the as much as can be harvested Inthe. Huge veils and feathers: : continue; A areas j 'many' bright blue gowns .;..;, ,, woman. the canned. ,meats...\" p ..

... {houseI ''do 'not believe .bee. shouldgo' .following ,. drugstore \"
,afternoon then-In the to be chosen .. '
by .Paris'now. '
; are being -worn in One all out'of ; ''
} .VI: am twos but
upon the'road; with" .team., It morning..after the dew' Is off. ted or well-known, actreta-* ParU; who ottbe- new features-of-white blouses give .as' t can" Sfmfl: get, as much; satisfaction;

xke Is useful he will not be la the field rake ,It, .up.Into' loose windrows now and then takes .this town by Is 'scarf rot the same material as the said'jou the: something absent-minded Just good: . .out of' a: political campalgna.'sme: : <7$

J tptte4 of the time., throughwhich'' the' triad' may.pea., storm with her "smart drea.ingapg; skirt,put carelessly around. the collar ,roducing"two: one*.-Philadelphia druggist women; get aught; .av cburch'rewlal4: 'z,

4F: tch, &GlUeS. the" 7'Imothy".bay: is""rot:: salted: "to:th peared: recently in; a'batbeai'ipga and i!knotted.* loosely* ",J.t la.,,\msualiyaade Record' ". 'vThe .; ; : -

..,. ...... Is Intelligent and well adapttie needs .of !h.. sheep J digestive disorders plume nearly yard long-and 'a yell of.. jb rtyis, ..tln, ( Mra' st .- _. Ie '..

; 'I :fi!! farm house... I have known I occur'"Ia.D' timothy. ,.hy.Is ted, that not only', covered head and shoulders. -' ,... ....::. f t-> other day at' \'- .b,aon-.Aoltgg SyrIuosalaysp NcIU--fOfOhll4re&' .

.rrrllaai.Nalrot,these dogs:. We bad I which ,often results'-'la the loss -ot but fellt;nearly*to .the; bottom *\'euDx.yISA'Wsibablet;. ]> Atkins had'a pageant of*hls '41111'0-' .nrtll4 4OUo! ,11Io.= ,Q

,. .4J.t Mlmlfes-and. ' ourneighborhas'MHpr ;; the' sheep,,Clover and mixed hamay of U1. skirt'. the back. f* '. yiynlessIreckless t expenditure .be ..laorderveils 1000 soldiers'paraded la all the'uni: : ""X-' wan '
Iteth of these .showed an be fed to the flock: results. ; .:. .wffTT1 forms that .b.Yebeen can run a store;wlthout"advertlslng "-
W.ItICood. ,
should ire with a worn the
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[and city lu the United States of Araer- VlY '' JHMwy. whose husband
ACKOaa rrirsMin
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E ......'"re ae aJssoUitely . _
disgraceful thai
......>y a kojl saved htas from

I we leal ought dictators to be with ashamed. Our. poll Hew Do ,They'Creee ., > .... ky threwlBC_'',.per la,' the WOmiQ-: otd;

trous, few and they they' lus (I.7'; Water"" t. I.' eye:,: IIbe. ... i so ted her :

i the sabllmeet selt-eoandeaee pleauewith im Tie .oc mnwBpetfC" note the Rochester Democrat)

YSfffON' aginable.. And ao long"as ..w.a.' ... -tld.' country ....... Chronicle, and refuted the sland .Operations .

grieved over the examples !ot governmental qvestlon. How' do they that awoman; .spot. bit a, bun'sx -. r
l l( j\tND "'maladministration, ancient tenrenlng ;2,00 miles of; .. .. sllb n a "woman;; suffering-**!

and modern, with which we are,familiar .w.' a,Wrd Is' Cl&p j female trouble. >> Is told that aa operwttefY. ,
and refuse to night i'' to it,, of .oourae. +
secure tbepurlflcatlon 'peceseary
f'a ... -
r.1ne4. ,fera ..' .. -
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of our own political affairs;; ; : fri i"'M"". .
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Subject: HJPC eI I and .neglect to procure"the political' \period to accomplish > The very thought; of thehoayltaVthe .
T' .. .: "
r.Ld.:: '
.... execution., ot: oar political, .thugs' and eup-peeltlon that this yeU 'J: . open tl sg table and the .1m1'1. >
thieves and highbinders;'* 'whom we fly;at the rate of 160 ; trikea terror to Her heart.

have allowed to reign over us, we IU,. It would accomplish the .t woman baep'tanythtng', to. ..-' It to quite t.rbat theee trouble - -.
Brooklyn N Y. Preachlnc at the hypocritical in our assumption of vovernmental -> 14 hours.,. And thenIt. she IB:willing to ,-let a lean talk. may reach a stage where an operation +

Irving Square Presbyterian Church. Y1rt".. And no man. ',m" ..membered that this' -..:.... I.,, the only resource, but. *'
Hamburg- avenue and Wlerfleld i have b eared
deny the count. women
treat, on the bore theme the ... ,wader,would be. able .\ :Remlyd'SI00.'I) 1
Rill. America is.hypocritical: Intellect**!. water lOO ; by'.'Lydia B.*Ptokham'e Ve. tab:
'Ira'' Wemmell Henderson pastor,. .,. We. rejoice In the heritage of 1"0.t.l1ectua'.treedom time to "Mm oa the *..*..._of this paper will be'pleased to- Compound after. an',operation baa .5S" ..... :,.
aid: which Is ours. We the migratory Journeys that Chare i* at let one dreaded dia- been decided upon aa the only cur*. h" _
The subject" redeets a feature of give God praise that a man think Sue; computations..are' to that: ha boon able to ours in all Th etronffeat and moat grateful . . :
life that 1. as real and general as It his thoughts after Ood her.without may Katke's "Heligoland u. I. etaC-.athat Iaet&rrb.: .. Hall's Catarrh .. Btatementa possible to make,come from women who by taking" "

I* unfortunate and reprehensible.' regard tan\ man We regret-that ologlalOb.erratory". *nedical M the only fraternity poniiir(Catarrh cure now being known a cone to B. IIaklram'sVegetable Compound !
that U to Lydia
For hypocrisy- say, th.assumption China has reverenced the past, that -126 miles an hourfor, dins i requine a eOMtituttonal '
of that which -we are not. the church in ages SODe,...ra.'" to crow; tot for the I ....... Hall'CatarrhVureitakeninVer* route' have escaped serious operations., e1 ,
or. the. uneandor of Inconsistency allow the liberty of private judgment. ; 1,,actl..(directly upon the blood and mu : t&ss&fc RoM Moor caeof h01 W. tech RI\. I1.Y She wrltu-..'
.* prevelant and pernicious. factor ..In.lIfe. We pride ourselves. .,upon the oppor and' ZlVfor' the Virginia aorfaee of th* qlltMl.tbereb)'4etroy- Dear M.... Flnkbam:-,' K. hnkham's Vegetable .. haeeured .
. It I. present everywhere; But tunity for freedom of thought that is th.. latter rat the tbs foHadation of th. di.ese., sad giving I me of the very worst form of female trouble and I wish express"
nowhere U It more pernicious than crossed In'about eight building up the con for two y.are so that
guaranteed to m.n who to gratitude suffered Intensely ;
_.._.___ every yon my
and its
1y. ..u..w.'Ad.. breathes. our air., Biit..wh.Lt. do we do ter hours. Some alt /Gft.rlae proprietor nistinf nature have ao in much doing iiilth 1,1 waa unable to attendito my duties and-.. a burden to IDY.l'aIiaU,. .11, '
America Is beset with the Vice othypocrisy. with the man who dares to exercise birds.,Including the curative power that they offer OB doctored and doctored dMfconly temporary nliefandenatantlyobjecting'. ., ;:
And It Is especially unfortunate his IIrerocaU,.., What do we-the I and the Kckltoo' curley that it Is so. For the position descendants: the men,who mobbed trout the Sdlly.Isiand- ... Bead. for lid of testimonial. Adder B. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound: It cured me of-th.-tembl. trouble ti
of this country In the front rank of Garrison who ridiculed the scientific Other American girds Sold' F. J. ClI&wcr i 4 Oo,.,Toldo.6la, and I ana now In better health than I have been for many' ;year". ,,
the nations and of progress makes It geniuses by all l DracguU. i5G. and should woman to try by- ,
of This Other loch
a scant generation ? eae eneonraira every
.. ago yellow-billed" cuckoo, ; t Take llaU' Family 1>;t.for eoatipUon.'
,! Insistently necessary that we shall w. are, aa Impervious to a new ; ella .Flokham'.VeggtableCompound before ahe submit*to an operation.lyirs. ,. ,}
bate candor as .considerourselvesand corded in Ireland and' '
thought asy-nation.under heaven: Plnkham' Invitation to Womeir.
that aha.ll with the 'crossing of tree. haa had bad ., Standing
we not: arrogate to W. prate about Many a family a "
and to"
we .
ourselves any, characteristics or virtues .progress American, birds It la and reputation. Women suffering from any_ of female weakness are Invited
maintain the a shady
status We want
quo. ; )dses. From list
that are'' not ot the bone and promptly communicate with lira "ham. at Lynn,
no new.thought until U has note an apparent
\ the trouble be located and the qldckeltaDd..reet.
sinew of onr, national life. For insincerity With our refinements ot cruelty. the opposite direction. -. ,\"eD. may '
Is as fatal to. a nation as toan we attempt still forever the activities I association report for : FURIOUS HUMOR ON .CHILE;; way of recovery advised. __ _

Individual. He lives/best who I.Irenulp' of those who 'wCJ1Ild follow the "At Rathlln O'Rlne ( ....._7
r Not otherwise is Ie'' with anation. gleam o< the truth of God/.who would ftnmense flocks of' .., Bleeding Sore Covered Body MALSBY COMPANY: CIJM3ERUHD-EYERBEARIHQ

lead us ahead and Up., Abd Just so -Nothing Helped Her -CnUcnra
Generally wben'we. speak of hypoc- long as wo talk freedom of thought ,thrushes and field fares Cure Her In Five Days 41 .. roaTTR IT..ATI.a1tTA,0A"' I set RKCOK
,rls/ :w.' !conceive the. portraits of the and regret the lack of It In other from Dee. 18 to 28; APRIL: '20 TO JULY '4TH.>
r meQ wholead dual lives,. of f.I..- lands, while we have scant attentionfor to the west of this "It M In my opinion' my duty to Join
faced ,.friends-of the Insincere habit .,the prophets ef the living God American. This Is '' ; *. who praise the Cutleur Rentedi. 5ah.ct6

ties of an Insincere society. They whose minds .Illumined by the occurrence, The r had my. been granddtucliter. \ of'the at "about. she
ar* card ** tfr.
truly to b :
are condemned. Their. example glory of'.His truth, we are Intellectually land birds at sUUon '
attacked about later
,a fortnight by a
is a warning. ,
Bat they aro not the offenders of deny the hypocrites, And no man may const of Ireland bat : ..\ 'itching and.,pUnful:eruption all

sa whom most I would speak to'you toJay. -. Then too.count.r we are moral hypocrites. Ct t.l er occ s'on."-! "r br body especially the upper part of
fol'lllDI.etT'' aDd Heeding cow; **-
For the hypocrisies of Individuals How shocked
we.are at the MohamMedan a
'are coterminous with death so' REVEALED IN under the arm,, of conaidenbl
system of divorce and the sax
tau this world Is concerned. The la*. She Buffered 4 treat, deal and torb."W..ka
curse 01:, opium to the Integrity of --
hypocrisies" nations however by Chinese clrilltatlon. and tb. '.Iclou. ;'". nursed ter'erery night,
Mre. Platdweller'
n, all the remedies w* could think of.
virtue of the constitution of TdE LtlMI8t1I
society, customs of English barroom- and the dweller en th.. would helptben] remembered ttlfliEiwLCExa'TR >
have a tendency perpetuate themselves free-love of of Social.Semi Tenn, /
a certain: sort
and to become In Mrs. .Flatdweller has heard *o much about Cutieura Rem- .
a larger
I Bat-how shocked
are we over '
aense most lasting and pernicious one ot those long .... .We **nt for them'and.after twenty .
theconsecutive" polygamy and : '' Wrsitr'a till Ii e
It Is because of the tendency of lately she has had, to hour we noted considerable Improve- ; e psyfr J}
polyandry that exists under the )} )
national hypocrisies to be, In .a way,' lops sanctions of systems? comforts,, some and, after using only I . perpetuating that I this of the Cnticnr lUnwdie, in flve eoaecutive > ..IJ
How shocked are we by the spectacleof Mr. Jlatdweller" has. 1FACTS
morning have )'ou, attend to the byocr.lY our'boys and andwomen.deadened day the little one, much to our AND SUPPLIES.
girls.our and .
.' | of America Because OUI'natlQJla' men sympathetic; had been entirely cored and ha been I'DriaItIe.IOW sad II RKrBKBUCK ..... '
are with drink; forced somebody coughing In .11 for a long tint. Mr. F..Rn.f.naht 5. 1l1I1e...Bte Mills,woed.rkroe... ..... aOBM u.. DICKKV*
t..+ hypocrisies to some deKree to Immorality by the social conditionsthat anti Kill M..,..,.' OntalaM lilt.srsSM la rook >k kt
unconscious head he says:: ..: < \ F D.'t, BakenfleU, Cal."June: 25 .OldRellabl: EYE WATER'
they are the less to we- permit? How shocked we are wrtr ,.,.s.t-ls.e.Mt.s. addg r all ...slw.
b.' excused: : and they are more to be lest perhaps our chllelr.n'Ibould be "Hello: there's' "' ,, ,. YoaltOi".. .. MOM .. ..._... ass We. fcara MJu _r 11_ h ___ Ne.K.1alMo1 roes
I, .eared. .t, .***>< told that which they will learn from upstairs now,? ; >na u1.. n-. : eeol..1 r.dhs=- tlt 1
.n The. subject Is not pleasant.*, It Is questionable source It, we' do not "Man or woman?" A :man 'lua't necessarily two-faced et-_ ......_'

pot over nice to admit that as a nation guarantee them. timely. ;,and proper dweller -' he .ha*.a double chin. ,......-.' ,..1<1_ I..':-= 'tl1bus.. .
..w. are hypocritical. .We .may information) ADd..1u.t ao long as ''Man'or wom&or. '. ___ ;
wish the truth were otherwise. < But we deplore the moral sins of other + 1i 3-1.7' r.! '=";t:71f.: ?
the truth has a very peculiar fashion peoples and neglect to attend ,prop. dweller 'why, bow,, "C. 1M1't :Iabl a,. c::. Lb 11__at' .n a...
of remaining fixed and constant re'jrardless erly, to the conservation of our own 'Andhe, adds with what M.OY' DIOKKT nape 00.....e.__'.'1'_,
'S of our desires or 'our morals, we are-hypocritical. .And no be pjeasaht good .
a' "' dreams.' man may deny the count. . through the ceiling and C : '.' TH B eradtlnt coed Veklel*.' II eooilnei : THE DIXIE ..
v' America Is J*fl the eaamtul. ..1.01 strength, with PEA HULLER'
hypocritical. And,. we i America hypocritical In her conception know. . .
( ,
) are" hypocritical socially, government- I of things' 'religions. ,' 'We "You' don't have '" .. l- .raoaf'daaannclles yThl: extrmmlr' "'w"a....ethan.. eicrcl? ""_'/ ..., l tr tke_. .........&..
ally Intellectually morally and spiritually. look: with wonder and astonishment piss\ "IUeu' set CoihlonTlr*Runabout la one cf Ih. band A 'fI:1, a.r wt .
The counts are many but we upon the Inconsistency that is apparent dweller says. years0'A e..UMIat. Medahsr.rat. . 0 M model U tb* *VbU ,..." g.lw., :.: tr ...::.=
-:- shall have to admit their validity. between the noblest books of could tell that 1>y the aI' eves yeas '-' io.. soot .1 .. _.
...,. Ib.,. 'rhlts'Ebe" .. I* tet re* r. j'F! ..:: .
,_... 'And they are true despite th. unquestioned Eastern:rellglons and the manner of .cough; they don't,, 1un.n.aoxM.cmnd, I*oil lo (It pert ctljr" .
!neklnc" IM*>tb*UckteM nnolat vehiel**** JS aaJIDHtg 100.,co..
...;;r supremacy of our people life among: the devotees of those religions at all alike. mCisY '. \ '
aI" Oa.Ve.eonvlaee
e. . .
t 'q.- many field of national ,endeavor systems. We 'do 'not exalt: "They, don't?" says A I mT TOUR WEAKEST DEAtM w .
.j ,{ add success that constitute' the! great-- God.b1').11. sharpened'scimitar. Wo Nr: Flatdweller, ''" JO I's: LNOeO ;;, ...r....hUa.t..*M ran.'!While.. Star". Bo*> ,

S" ties of a people. .- her do not roll under i Juggernaut. Wo ence?"'' and then "says. : .-q.. M..*l.' all' ..*.*. 'IDeOr 1)TtriTA')w r.Ik.msotWrsr UQOY/ QOoi Aa>m*. Ofc- '; : imy J
America Is hypocritical soiclal do not . t .
provide money and food at the ler *.. fmtmt t_.. imir>'" woman thai fxfraxthie'
e ft.i relationships.Jack London In a side of the graves. of the departed. ; _a ilir Siiae, M* S**. "FI'EE. :e.A wl "4
"Why, one coughs .u......... .rI
r\ recent story tells a weird and gruessmeq We dq-notlet, ournalla'grow fora ii s.r.Isuss* I ...r.r ..
tale of how witnessed" as a life-time In'order to glorify Almighty voice, and the other lo"'t. We. .m
'J. the In most merciless woman's voice.1" 1 m I Bead *'. ablllllllkir 'ree.
,, .iw flogging God We have more sense tbaD' to JPAIN.'Vdine S ...! a rp. .
:, fashlpn of two unruly gypsy boys:by do th... But what do we dot Why And at that Mr. t boa ....a wna teMimontal ook 01 .lnmreo.loosand a4

r ",j the leader of a gypsy camp. The story we proclaim Jesus Prince of Peace ,nothing aloud;i'but h.' a, -. .ar.wa.rh 1 1Yy. your name and adlreae'oo a poatal.,."

.. ,} Sal horrifying In that it reveals the exisUnce :- while',we proclaim peace fantasy that that was the- first / ,_...-r... Its arstat.s1 1
.:. of such cruel Inhumanity lathe ; : =::-:
and exalt the doctrine that the way
fo .
',1/.. midst-of a civilised: soetety even. to ensure) peace 1C,to BO well armed.' knew that the, sex ; .: y UA1eb..1..WbetllNnanrcad 1- PAJXTl; I E w
a diE gypsy camp. Our eye nil with We magnify the philosophy that says ,cougher could told .
'-, "\ ,, tears and our blood run not with In- -turn to him thy other cheek. But the coughs -New_ York ;: rsji : ..........1....
. ' CllaUon as-we read of such nnphllcsophlcal. i \ *ym .IDA'aDla. ,
'i.'iJ we keepour,gloves on We believe ._ ,
if: 'w"of',. .,andi-unsclenUDe management that, 'righteousness exaltetb."-" But Prime'i Facie.- '1"-E; Af flnlmcntBSTANJUHBO : lpa D. ""POM:!:J.t N

'<. of children. We can'understand we acknowledge, ..' practical men.> 'hAd'aU '' J aura e
r, .: curb conditions as they exist among that Ills ImpracUcabl. to be strictly" "Tie IDea :. .t. .' n f-1J.: inrid
:i: among the chill snows and under the honest and prosper. We acclaim the certain corner where ,t menl MsaOUl Mme eve day. s 55uSe a'
S oJ f5 f' benighted civilisation of Russia. But eternal necessity for''ala i exact' concurrence Charity' stoodIn"all, 'MM. a. .rautsu cKer er tf b;null bar.bew_,
IT >v vonrVKJI YZT.
,'l1J.: lI.te'"theT' appeal, evens' though they of thought and speech; word J-adWnt loveliness. .c.. thrsetl_..a'Sa- and.lwaL . PAXTOM QO..artea.os.
. are Infrequent. But while our pulses and deed, look and action:: .Bat 'we groups were the.' ". ;L lOn.Wa Boar. xn'MILU I! -, I ?
CC. C sacra
Jlef.t'.J..t.r over the sins of gypsy: sendour Bibles. to China packed beside who wan taklnc' :' an' I a .

.;...'...,.. camp to the we piercing are strangely;' walls 01 unraponslrer the multl the .Indiana a hold. by efrMer.We'the efficient.assimilate force of three''crac... "' ' r .; -: :; : : E'R'; ',"A1't I ,'R'Y"S
.& tunes of ,our own children-no, not arms.. We civilize. the Philippines byway "Land 'sake*. of '
'1't "' -to the walls of the.multl- of HI1.. ukee. _We sing Unto lady with straggling 1IAT tills tilt DILL. taw I." NR (
** 'tildes of who ... : UBS.ZNOtNCaVBOIlfRB:. Betid*T SMn, !.realmate 4I
; our neighbors' 'children The.Q.Ood, be riches. but wa maintain "did' you ever .aee : - (. "f : .
V. .dPAF" dr :
j>' Christian'' enlightenment' are crushed churches of the;U..DC'Cbrl.t' la this .perfectly ., ;. ., . .*...> *.? user., Sbafp... ....... beMle, .. 't,
i. "::1",0. the .mechanism .of our' modernco.mderclal. land bt such devious. and precarious "H'a (.... uI" jeuaetPl- yr\CMfl/.RO II Sew 1tIIooI'Ia. .... Lal1, Mlxe. G..a. tathw. tfs..MIS.
mltted the stout IRON WORKa'AND, UpeiCOMeaANYr .,.
8 system.We hire : .. st .
ears methods as'would put a heathen to aonr.ploe. eo. '
f. .yX.snd.: heartsand. read/.hands: to:help shame..' -And so long as we scoff at remark, had''been. ; [ I" ;: ol e or '. A.tswte.Gmd, -- - ...:...- *. -
-4 the -mIHrT of the Cbln.m.n'wbo the inconsistencies of foreignrelic' "I never saw such ,

\..... ", ,;..rhtlan' .-alal..t the cre.dof ."most Ions !system nod are satisfied, with af.l. all my life.", . ;; ,BUCK HAWK GRIST Mill. ,

:4" England as she forces the .. optimism, to congratulate our "I wish I had .. ......t M7P'III.a WiJttermlt'b
:"". the purse of opium.upon an unwilling own with all Its Incongruities, we are What fools men are! t the''l..mnf yes.dcoon! .._ 60TTat ( r
>I.( '* "nation.. But we seemh,rdly to hear hypocriticaL And no mall.ma7"d7. *' -"I they '.th'\\ I ". lit..-e'.iryyps: e l :' tnU.
:;t 4, the-call of the throngs whose'livesIn the count "_ ." --- sopose : 'k1r.or''mDnlm..i..... "
--J' > -Amerlea' "wrecked because 'of ; And all this Is to' Bay that we ,tares are" just] aa n, .""Y.l-.i ."Joa..q. ,'"'oata Chi LvLi"TONIC'

': '! the unholy traffic in ,alcohol beveragea.that should, with no spirit 'of mere carping to look. : word3 c ; ......... ... .. ,..,. ...... ... ......
11._ to-day, is permitted,to.exist criticism/ look' over this land ot 1 wouldn't -trust one Cures ChtH8;, nee .I.'MI' plasmFl. ..... IM1w1touRyr
*>y and:with tbertgnicnVanQ * ours aa patriotic'Americans, : For upon minute."' wm.Tra.MADE / ........ hU. t _lie .M. t/flrW.It '-.
.'T of'the membership ot the our candor and our sincerity' depend 1 'What 'right;'have sbMalarial 'J. _...".........f..u4Dnee.. 8t.-t..=.
I I Fevers su. lentiife ee! ntgOeasdSt
q ' htirch of Jesus..Ch'rllt.An4. just our..luOC8lll.olll' power .our- future.- I'd"like to'knowr ttb ' ..neelt" '
,"so, long as we mourn over gypsies and The American nation Illumined andsanctified'hy ) FOR.SERVICE. .UTHUIII\ aato..sse7A"a.h.NNnr.. .
,,,4 .waxrindlgnaat over the wickedness of the truth. it la In Jesus. "I'd ilku'to' pour'
6'' (the Qtagluty;/people Pi ''''hll. we'.WU Christ.will be'In vincible.. :We must them!" \ a J
vpnfear. against the call of our children not< deceive ourselves. We be 'But."', said a man I '

::-' la'the homeland for help"'and nonest- 'LeC'us be' Let. proached'and' \ 'G IabSolutely' 'W." L." DOUGLAS: +

> chance to'live as God meant they us cease' to he .hypocritical., ,Uet:' us ladles repre"Dt..n ;,,5

r ra! \ "'e. are, tosay, the least so- turn on the light,, .....-. .,.-. is good, all that .WATtRPROOrjWMP. .$3.00'a' $3.50 SHOES TNi. wow: D ,
that .. ...
o' hypocritical And nomanbtayakdenT - - -, j - ftl"r till!: '
'::1'. the,count. "Ins. fo.-IJCUI."or1cr.; ,J I .. THE ILY. .AT ALL -
: : Is hypocritical I :ft her attitude - Prayer For Our Nation.' ... "Bahl" replied both' ; 'JIJ e..... $2BOOO; SlttyFtp =-1qa '*WJ3' )? '

toward Almighty God;who In former times at they are decent Jell OlUD rd( d18 .il..... ...
) %'fashion'to declaim about the vice ol&ahylon didst le.d. Our?, f.ther. forth Into, a' men .have, flocked over /' .Reward, '" t to.. any ..___..,_
:' : the rottennessof ancient wealthy place; ,give. .Tby we 1IA SOX w:L Douglas stMM are worn bymor poopleta ,j
grace J" .
< .us to sit here alone E WaUioYlife the other make. ,Ie Boeaw. .
t{,*. Rome.,the sins of Philip the"aecond." h.mMy< beseech -Thee;, to us ,'their. mess didn't .count'' for '&. htm:.= ..u..t all a.,-,, w.> Itlug anr. &Del aBperlo vwurlnnaMU.., jjaj
'> .. the crimes; of.modern Russia; the raY childrenthat wj may prove ourselves, ,I'b..1ee&1o.of Lb.lath.r.> end otlter..aWrI.a.lorb part
' r-mindful mOI'r-Chlcap '3U 3I 'ba .. and.veyd.Ian of 11|. .......1..' I.looked --_ by ?M -I
"European We a-peS
.paeliy nations.< are of Thy favor and -. , ? ? : .......:..
; r, i astounded than: *he.civil corruption glad to do Thy will '. '- : iMAera.efr.MmtMaf. skilled...08....,., who .-...tbs __geld. I. she.' is
'*'wot; .any nation Could totally. in. Ii: Bleu Curtfand with:honorable in- s8i 'ci : S M. At'MAt a.. . slid wb_ ................Ip__be."........ ,'; i. :

I.;,,;. decent,' as to consign sailors to be lint dnstry sound learning and pure manners Oo with' sfck'lKKMe ;, -I '''>'" -,1SULPHOZDNE.CATARRH'-, "' ", and_ lyfenWt.jr.Yoshtomyfaaorlraibroekton.Mem ebow you ""wcare'aU.L. J > ."hro.bor au....... , '" "+'iI '. ..
Defend -
'to death'Inatde"of'lllequtpp.d"'and't : ourliberties -
1 bedW.
preserve 4-rk t4ILsand.ntsdwhytb ,.,..
neUHav'eypaill* **> ; .
... '
.i' tin .--more jilt handled ..jnen.ot wad. oar:::dajty.'Sav.. r.fromviolence; ; ,'*tor d io ......It by l : : BALM wow tooter ami '*...lSjliVrLf5i!
4 .,We.'.'c.A&ak".Oo4 that-w. do. not nve discord and confusion' from pride and '.Jtye Lotion. ,.. a4 f. .{f. I ":''l.:. .,.= =:L-t. t oaf'Tis. ::
.s r ,'ntadet"an'autocracy'that'' U a*' con- arrogance" and bout eter OYU way.. .iud wltaont seia la oea : Tb.eeleeae .Aatlesplre .0.-.7. ': p.t..{, Si:dilw for w..L.IrongIt' ibis.If '" c..w sepply yen. sae'.rl.l '' yf
0.-, --'Messf led'ha '.1Ilstneus' aflthal,. rashwa.'mtoJ&ne.-napny/ :Jtiuiltf'the i having "teoaardl's"" ... / : 'ilotl; :::! -ac'::tk.Iv.r r..e.b': se.a: :. I dines.10r.. 8 __,......... by aalL laa o tress .LD-.tM.B..kaw.tot-

.i.blch holds toe\ 'reins of Russian"gornlelpmgnty multitudes-brought: : hither out of.: ,X> ara t*.4.r money raf. .=::er'lb..1 pN...j "
.... '
"'...v. .Aid-yot. wide-awake aswft; xsany.\klgdredenQJengnes"I! : ;:; *. ef by.. B. L : r/, -; I.., '.: ':rl- '
:f..lto the criminalities of the bureau "Endue- 'with. hs'spiritof'wisdom' *4pt price : .. .ti.I <
.. 'pestle.' ._'" I'.YeI ...a : ;,.tyA r..ha.,, 'ORKATK8T HALER KNO1>M TT BClKNOst. A?*
Cl1'JI.tlo... government/Of "trtb...:bumiani those:whom we'entrust In. .Thy Name : :: : C1:1Ji: : =:::r.. .. '::;:'1r ,.. ..I4Th. NOID FoawMaa.WoalrritaUag.. -"'Allays. IlallatIoa..4 i deg-
j !Czar. are but ba11-awake to ,"the wth| the' ._ --.; I M" .......... >>... 4.'A. >>.1.... u', I pin froIn act eauaett A. atroDc a* earbolie add and .* r....... r
1vireautlea of the existing corruption al the end that there-be 'STARTING
peace at home,! swat 1Dilk. CurBbara* lnataBtlyemrc4d m_" ahIeaie .ot'esi
c;,,around .....For the inheritance. and that we keep a'place among. the'. 'JrfK:, Jaw -ek=Lefe. : isTIi 'sEyewate to_,_ cad iaaamiBaUosi. from oa man or ...... .Ion '''"
of.: nc.hlst6ry. our nations of the earth.. / k .'aea4' nnwsnv. ,- Batiafaalina ,..dntn.
ifaoe. goldenwedding.: . : i r '4-s fowla-'enre*. b> *4e v!
;? our"opportuDltJ,,.,out.Christian: In- "'In the time' of
"\: fliiences.we., ? ar.,.! rorr7.pectacl. hearta'wltb thankfulness; ,and In the ,, 1I..... ,{ "T.L.,.,.. ..rrI.-.I si_ : ._ I , .J Atl0-'OT') _' j _...._..h...+ _, tai._tor CasCSMr otrsntIOii ..; ri..JW............ .., .
,the nations ;We! glory that.w. have May of tronbl suCer not On* trust into n '
';< Tbctt fall: all of,which w,ask for-
.Owu'cOnaen. .h4A$1owelto, reign' ;'I1 a'CIa_'. -.k../:Asaen.u, ? +
over(-u.'u .....dy. a set political -. "\ ,," .. ' ' ,1u.r-: ....
I>tratee's* e> t"ft1ak'.'ebl,.. Their t. '. 'f' ., ... ,!oI. "acsh
; :A 8M11ds ," ( nnlc I SSfl
only difrtlactfenii* fthatAhw are aMe ,l.. ....qItt. \ i ? RfT8.rl Tll.f
'. thrttl CbrIsWIN'.bowt :.tronga
to fopl iwoet of tthe peoTw most ot a < M
the. time- ;:governmental-eendl* er nrlpiHi OIattaUa.AGo. ...'.. Isppt'wetag. : 'Haw' T-ar X *ur aa w sa Mr %e

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he meets. Our merchant Aa Ordiaaac*to P.-art Bagpraa* aad.; Psleb ... .
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...... : t him at>par'almost Uk*' twins In their. tins sal of I- .. e. Vtaoaaor Malt Uqnor.rr "uMor w they spa.etrtw11.
TTlao la Ihs or...of SUotaiana: City. :lYewsi h.a.. ,."s..a-P.OoNa- -

1", WBoraaa,. The County Oooaote did Oa, tile 1 o.-a.Q..b..frem.Oetebo J,. WOS. toSoptpmborWb, tW> '

......ted'. '' Week/. O.>I. C. : The Hotel. D* Bet&latuLIlI continues Fln* ay of rohruary A.' D. tip-. asanwt tile .

; aeeeeiPe rwl' : s*.a realty; tonrtot. make their headquarter r alo .... aald county of lataxieatta*. ..aptrlteaa.or ..WtaIo'WIMIa. =

eree+ beneath its. shades and KwpsYeuWaN. .s- mot Uanora or' .... ,......;the arorUfetuof se T: ....... .I hecueca.flood, D5t5 JZJ f

'The waaobor continues warm for the Chapter 1Ottl 11. Putt DrrWon '
shadows and the regular boarders . 00W
.. ...,
heason.'but doea not compare wlvh the under O a ralatatato.f tbaBtatoof Florida. It.BalLo H.a.-Ir.. Ca.. .1r.,'. erehaat.trk . .:: ... s
continue to hold forth. its pro rte. ..,$5' .
== :. .. .
Lad Wbss_ ..
of doT di the Uador the prevkke..5 BeeU. 1 Dom -
exceslveheat .
S i s. braache. .atoek w.. .. ..
( thermometer. stands firm to the 80 but tenting ..1411. o.-.a Staates.1 the States Florida -It: :. .....'.. . .: .roo _II IU. ..... ... ..-.
Water comnfuaication bas opened anP town. 'laoorporatodandortb te ter= .. ..
raNd law ofBaktefato .... .. _11 11I11(1( ,..
a cool 'breeLejan.tb.. topknot. and< to a limited extent: saving; our la Mrthorbnd U aroma*. or appro*. 7 i V W.: :1a ..... tlorc ,, .. ... ... ..
oar ctt4 from the boiling .C..0 .11 IranCwstipa '11epI aalai of such latoxtaaato. within Its Ualta I : ..,. . ..
keeps >xt. merchants about.sixty miles of travelon : ......- Ora Co.RSKTezeST l>ru *|IR.E".., .. .... u
.. ... .
ImolB the aala daub
say enuaty Intoxicant .. .... "WI : ..
'point., a round trip. ,c bey.... wholly forbtddoa panuaat to aa election / : . : u.wt....... ..., ... .. ..;. ,... .. Zia ii8 '

O.:'I., c:. la again at the Drswd, On Dull.Creek aU's well. Henry 1IIeIt.R tiANrt1t duly held f. that porpo weds the COB.tltutioaaadUwiof $ :&&: aauMtag
mansion; WhIUier once more receive Savage-has been away with sow beef .... State and to Bvaiab ,- -

'him. with that warm welcome wbld.causes cattle. Uls esteemed lady ably doing I mad fer suck lOaml amloa, 14M. TlUar. ... ... . TKlnt tIotI."Plrooiao;.. .. ..Fyod'a.d'In..., ....,.... .-- ."' ? :.;n,".,.

New ....' It.rdalnd b, the CooaeO'ef d .1. :: )....
him to. feel as If at home again the honors of tie .establishment during 15 M. TflUr. Apst _t.c1aI': ..
the Towa of ....-_CHyt 10 M. Tlllor.. .VV.. .. A.... Coeda.ntallCa.atH.Y.% ,

ri Mondar U voucher signing day for his ab e ce. > .etAae I. ....... ".wane to DO sold IT 1C. TlUarl .. .. . .... A *atNartb. UHtiahaad. .. Marionx.i. . .,.. ..t'. M s
whom, the of til.*In* "Co.Morehant. .w 1
veterans to under the'auoervlslon. '' .. ...
Co&foieral The school stock k .
latocioatlaaapMtuou Masse oaKllaoor.erw
ca.rns.ucosx any or .111 l A. 8. Oflbort. ., WDM w 18 !bp0
state. has granted. a pension, and aswe Mr, navy appears to be under fine tlM f <-within (...llmIta d tin Tows of Ie 8. O. ..u..... . . "hant"" stack .. . ... ... ... lit

four la community whoa well) Kiwimnoi City ....11 ... punlabadvlcttoa up.1l tu B. (J. MW. . . .. . Pod. labia dIeoonnerlad.."> ..f ua. .. berr... ... ? II CIO
1)are tbjls control and doing M K. A. Noimoyora .... ... ... Morehant. stock ... 10 CIO 41
... ..
tbonof., ianprbwnntont U th* towB.JaJIBotoxcoodloc 1OWO: .? '
Stanford (J. O. Hdw C4 M.rehantl.Stock .
'are entitled some on which change Henry Hancock and family are able ,Pant.ann ...r IwlipstlMBllloos two month, or by line not"si.osadler$00.00. 11II W. H. Smith. .. .': Morah.ntto*11 M"I. . .' ...". N.5 ..S os 00

are to be made (o correspondwith ,he'to visit their neighbors, and .Mr. l..1:1'1: Rob-moo..... Drua-xit.stock. stocks$**iw;, .. ......i',1...',...f .'.. I 00 pe 60
Hoboraon Co MorcnanU. ? Y
acts of May 1907. This law gives tbe Eubankj" !Is' absent most ofbe time oetioD t. It ahall both*duty. W the Marabal F.Lu. Imlth AC:* Liver atab .. hones or nulo" ,. '' 1.00 .00
pensioner 810.. month ) and Ida dMratio and po.$e-asn..d LIter aroboroby *7JM. ViibMnxUr'UiiooTjr . :. ..AswntOaAcont Horn* n.. IB*.Oo-.. sss ,
., 'ordinary per from home trying to Increase family -: autbariaad sad ampowerad. sa 3. M. . V .:: .. RoyalAxontBU of Liverpool Firs,, x"
Incapacitated from to on torbultdinc. ay ... "
and those totally larder. Pennegan Sellers of the ness andDyspepsia. booth toat or otborpteo*. or part 11II J. M. WuhwaJrW .. ., 'paul"Fir. and"kUrin* c' .." '
'naousriabbr 1150 per year;. It also arm of Sellers & Co appears to be tlwr- '-. with or wttboBt............ U which they '_ Co .", . -' ; 910 R;
Includes those who served the state absorbing thelrlshare... of trade aDd as lF.- bar suspect that apirttaooa.vlnoo.ornalt (I J.J.: U.M. WlllaonJr-VtiiUon.Jr ..i AareaaN.Y XBOBI Orient*. If of.Vpn.Hartfoid CA' .- 'Sirs a s0

..'nome Guards thus, making it the this article has absorbed its a usve Uquor* ara kept for aala, ooatrary.toordlaaao .. ; ..
I suppose r i espetN .and aala. at S. ... Aa.ntG.a.'Aawrksot'N.Y:. '
to the ears and to arrart the .M.P'Illsonte..N
liberal pension bill' passed by h, -
most hare of the space allowed It will snared la ala and If ouchItqttor laa.Co 110
parties sash
BO ;. '
J.X . . CitlMtia i : i--.u'w.
It Wulaoa Axor.1 of .. ,
... ;
any of our southern .ta. close. *In aucb quantlUa***to confirm 15. belles .... ..........*.* !

Our oeople are enjoying fair healthToe'Influx ., O. IC., of Ulotal *.... of tbo, suns b. fond la the '.4/, M vrilltoa. Ir .'. .i. . AgtCorhorird:: Brooklyn Fir. ..i\\' .
..... I'
It il good for the Liver Kidneys Stomach ....1Wtac.Ioo UI..t or ether vlaoa.. the )..
claimed saneshall . .. ,. I.tb..P.boonix'of Loodoa'Fir. '
of typhoid has ODe a1LM.wUls ttat .. '*
,Bowrls and Blood. b*seal aa...wu...oolllna- of'liquorooatrairtoordtaaaoai aq Ina.Co-1.... . ... ..;1......... .. ...,. .,.: \.", M
a (f. mote victim, this time"one whom al It take the place of ,calom.l and laavsno -" .. ..._. that i. .wU1-- Jr .. . Asont Horn of pf..J.u.. laa. CoAooat .1'.. '.. M ;?
SI J. M WUUoa. Jr. . flra laa.of .marina :p N, '
for her virtues; a bad after enact.. the ordtnaaos ahall not loa to V- V 16
respected aa ooaatrvetooVa* 10 DO
I many- aliI. M. WUIaon. Jr. ,, .. Itoal aataM agent ....... ,..>;. .. '
devoted wife, and Jovlojr mother has It is needed In the Spring. Bummer apply to pekoes k-.a.. ........ablo amount of f* U. C. Btaaford.. . ,.. Marebaat. 31000. ...,. .,. .., ... XT 00 M to '
Fall snd Winter, by Men Women aadChildren ...Iri_ Uquor aba, private whence forprlvatcuaa *. O. W-. Duoa..,, II.......... tock MOOUndortakar 11 80 S SO -
passed oLbe river leavingbereaved 41 1 J. WV TboatpaOB.,'.,'. and funntuS.Doeltet > .. ..
and ,*JUUO ".... ....., .... ... ..v., oosos
husband sorrowing II ia extremely: palatable-oven. children: Joctlo.. Any marahal or dopnty.. marshal .. O. A,OUbort ,.1.i:.... MMo.aat'.-&*29*.. .. .-. 100 3
children aDd sincere heartfelt regrets like it. Buy a bottle fromRoberson's poHoomaa who ball wUfally refuse to perform I 4JJ.W.T( __....t.. : .. : .. 111 00 e
.. ..... .Ss3S te'tti' : lito 7 5
si W. >aaoaCa ; ,. : : . I
among ber relatives and many friends bl. duty la auktaaT aoarek for llqaora. ...*. ste.. a. M. ltata p. ' M.1..........atoek $7EUU... . .. .. .. .". JM", iM i
consoled by the &thought that a r e I afoartb. affidavit ba born made bl sons '* IMUardi'Coiiior'< "?i 4.y. II............sore SMAcoat ....... ., .. ... ., I M 6 .
Wears Pharmacy 4T .... ,. .... ,
r modltabla aaroocl that they bar rood.rowan tobollrr. W. V. Duaor.Vaa tendon l *> iaaoaahir. FIre e
of the -, . 1 a
death cornea aot on account ,,1 '' .

.' wrath but from !the mercy of -Cod;' the KISSIMMBB. FLA. .that..tiel.Booh....booth.11qan toG or concealed other place IB sameq..d.l far .u W;.. U- Vaa Desiree.. ...., .." *..... Aa......tBaraord'Ftr.'lM.'c.t"rlt..In 1.' ............ ..?. 1$0

lit bas been planted on the sale. b.shin... Seed met Uo than Fifty Dot.... N W.U Vaa Duaor. ... Apes Uvan...... ." ....... ... .
.tree of *
..,. ....., 1/i
.... GlobefrrslsG..c.
oonrnhMnon employment
ahall forfeit
other'Bide of the grave and to enjoy and or II W'U Van Duaor.. . t F rkUaaa WaabtactoaA
LOW RATES ranch' ottoon .& that nothing "-I. Ass i ee Q .1 g
the blealogs which Its W I. iM4aanold''fir.. 'la. Cis... ... C
numerous ....It bo aooimatrvod a* to permit any oflloor toontor : W. V. DuaorSI rmt V
Itsdreaded W. U Van Duaor . Roalaatatoacoat, . .. ... ... 1. -
fruits'yleld\' must "pass over '-VIA-. tbo dwolllnar'house of any person,, without 61 8. H. Bullock V.. Reel mats asvniAbstractor .. .. . . 'w If 5 e0 '+
n portals, but we have the rarraat .' ei OMOOBI County Abatra. Co *. .. . . 1000 101 ',
Soetloa .. All ordlnancoa, 'of .ordinaaoat. .4 W.tor. ,,f" Caraoa Orocory '
f bIe.sed a..urance' tb'at'tbo... who are Atlantic Coast Line. I.outlet herewith. ....or and.tno part Mm ara. Co ,..... .. ..., .,., M.resatesect stork! $I"nep.... .. .' ""V, lea. IS
. .. .
111. A.'' this' lit shall receive a. Aadonoa.- Tarpoatia. OpraVmo.till yes 1,00
hereby nos.kdPaessd eye" ... J. Ba.. ". It 00r
.future reward and' this assurance '. $14.85:)-ATLANTA, O\, and return U open _loa Ibis:5th day of Boptom. N.J. 110M Pod labia disconnected' furs baa*"* ".. 1000 '7
W t. M. UainlaorH . ., 10 IIrI I
should astusirt the grief of those who on sale October 5, 6, 7 and 8, bet A. D. 1901. W.J.BEAKS. Horaa *.> Floydt Morchanta.Hoardix bouoa.atoek JS roam.JUOO...,-.... ., a 10 100.'

cheerfully-tubmit to the divine decree. final limit to leave Atlanta October Attest: Prcaidont of tao Council., t Hasty 1\ pros Roitaurant aaattas-.> U ..... ..
a t'80W
Mrs: Arnold Bass died after a short Paint and PaperImprove ALA., and I. R--RGILBERT.Clerk of u..Town of KUalraiaoa. Gmll P. A: Vaaa. Patter.Acnow . .Iwo.,;......tlM Opra..MM atCl: :. .I D = y fI 00.,Vat

illness Saturday night at about 'J and house.I return. On sale October 19 and 2U, Approved thia ate day of Beptrmbar...D.lOT.8eal .; A. W.WinaAaron Ioafaetary.'ta a per day capacity .. I ,.
protect '
with which she was your ( ) T. M.MURPHY. to Biaektir.7Aa "-taun.tu... > lu ..
o'clock disease October 27. eap
the limit por.MPaacMtai ..
'' ; 1907 with final
will be pleased bring my _... .. . .. ...... . Go y
afflicted .was. aggravated by the ex'cesslve sample books to your house and $22.46 MEMPHIS, T" NN.. and re Mayor of KUalmnMa, Fla. .'oa8iBclar.. . .. ............ Mock tSOH. ... ... .". y lit 1 se
she bad endured 10 make suggestions in the latest turn. On sale October 1, 2, 3, with tll PttwayNanl' Stores Ce Turpontia*ours coy..tillMorcbaata. .00 0'' Ya
strain any final limit October 8.$25.50RICHhtOND. Petturway Naval. 8_ Ce Mock SnOU.... a C/O I $5 y
waiting on &.hOM who bad previous!, deoorlt.IODsba" you may desire. Public Road Notice. ...... TurpcBUa* Opr one Mill M a 1100
Drop me a,card, and I will cheerfully VA.., aDd re 11 Kies T......... G Op.rais ,ins thaa$W-
beea afflicted: at the'bome In which she turn. On sale September 29 to October : .r. : 01 '
estimates latoatioa
furnish on paper Notice it rjrroby dvm that U the If 1:
resided., She don all la her power tc and .painting. : : : : : i 5, with limit October 25; extension of th. Board, County.CJooI"-.....a_ of OooaoUVcmaty. "rj Tboa.II. rUmln 0. Heft.....;. .".ore.__...._t..MMk Mock 51(10 60U. .. S lit .'. i 50 Yri

alleviate the suffering*Bothers; aDd to November 15.$21.70WASHINGTON.. Florkta. th* aaxt. ramlar.:meet..r of >4 F. w.. Hut &:.. "--. atock W<)IU .. w .lit
D. C., and aid loa bold M II....,* Tth day of 75 N wama* WUiaakar. Sawmill daily copy ISO 5 test S 7.t
received of care, during; btr E return. On sale September 21, 22, 23, ft Standard Oil Co Dealm ta ell atack*1000. .. 00 1p y
_ Q EO A. BAlt ER October 1WT. U ortbhab the f.Uowiaspropooid ." J. P. E... ..---.. ._11 $0U 315, 1 00d
vhort'lllaesa. Otherwise the health opur 24 and 25, with limit September 3" road..a public road: 7'1 Uurrawx. .... ..........t. atack lime 1 eo' 1 00

comsnunUy I. good Extension nay be had on return at Bosi.ahuT.*the Sontkoaotonraar" the North- ; T......s Ce 9pwat g Tel.,stack$.Mt0:.... .. ". at 410 .M.t
ORLANDO.FWIUDA. Richmond November 15. lit 011_. ..:,....... ..." .. .. eo
The crops that.bare thus far bee Va.vto oat iiartcr of tile Narthaaat quartarot D: N' rand M.ebuts sck110a.. .. .,.1' ., 1 10 5I ,,
_ JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. Boctloa ODe (I) Towaoblp Twoa- M ,, Peer Roataufaat Matins op> I. perl -
p _
gathered have been "equal to Jbe ..... ... .. .
.. .., '
-$17.35-Ten day , i tolslete.
L average &*Jibe anticipated ..tormt.DO& : Tuesdays and Fridays.. Eat ........ia.thoa' o" alts the west .... M .....-...--_. Ueeha.teackke0/. .,: .. ... . . M,' .IM J 00 i

.. too severe; we think well r"- 527.35'Ifteen\ day 'limit.. Sold elMidSeotiaa'OMI.u..oe Kortb to a valet Si w. ....... ..r .ABBB* < e
talc Nat .
Ku.YDU .
_ with us. Samoleeofthlsexpectsnt are&alltIT'PreHDt 'M. TILLER dally.'' IU foot of wNI' w ........\ a- Bet .d:: .. J

-. aad a fair' ..seipl.of $33.70 Sixty day limit Sold dally. tha Atlantic Caaot L4a Railroad Cooipaayoa .7.,.Y W__ Jr .,....... A.ont Zeprj Ea1.w Awls. '
3 flea! Estate. Ape cy. M0.45 Season ticket.. Sold daily tile "ortfaia ....lulam n Uti>**Thb-ty-dr; (1:1.: ; ,.. ..........,.... ... ..' . ..
tb .... is about to drive from u . ( ,.
me with final limit December 13th. sad Thktr.tx (M) It Tawaahla Twoaty-a.. .. W.'CoIfeClotlaad. ,. ) lIMO.... '.
.. 0. .. .
tb* secluded plaoe I had :selected la The return portion of- all tickets, (H) .,....... Twontyrtt (V ) EaaC tIO 0. B.IAWIa Noeftaee' .-s I. 't.-u...... 0... .._etJII...!., .'..". Mm

,' .which to.writ.* ,bfa'article., Sunshine sold./ except coach excursions, will be accepted hear ........Woatarty sleet .... Right ., . ...Jr"..y Aa..e ii: C..1 ..
and :
Realty bought M .... ..... . .. .... ....... .
Deg .
,however Is succeeding tb* rain and the front Richmond or ''Norfolk Way Its,. .South of th.aoatra of aaaw thro.ftoetkn 1ba walk,. .... ..". '' -" ..... I.4 .
rented. ,
Houses .. "
that *will STOP-OVER* AND VARIABLE RoUTES *Tbarty-**.(IS). TblrtyWoar (3O. TMrtytaro. .ot J ..wmsm. -' '
prospect.are any position. - w be 4 Taxes paid-and 1tles"v4rfled ALwwiooIi JAMeSTOWN TICKETS. ($3X Thirty-two ($) sad Tbirty-MW (at) 'M ..:.. ...... -.e sack w : I. l Is, ,'" .

tenable., ) for non-residents./ For rates* reservation; or Information la Mid TowMhia TwvaMy r* (t.).sutb.J Eaac.TwantyolBht L He c.a.tnII Agatt/aMllatlaliM.l... c.. . ,..'.

.. GII the Draw call on nearest Atlantic. Coastline (M) Cartt: .* tile hUe Uaa.Wttam .. ..... d Ga..t M
The oraac dv planta.tlebgtve.promheoC&medium Fire Life and Accident Insurance. efl.B........ .. .. . PoD' .. .. '". Ikn .
.. .. ; .. .. . .. ...... .... .... . I. .
4 Ticket Agent; or lay band a* .i-oAelo Clerk; of eeM u.e... .. ... _ .. .
: : ; crop. -. Bard lit ..'t.--.... .. .. .. .. .. 1111001. ..... "J ; ., .. .. ,
sad .
J. O KlBaU.AND. the o eialSoal of sold Board. at Kminuno ... . .. .......-. ,_
: ; Garden vegetables are in the midst of 4 r'l Indemnity8onds.vtwsstv i .;, .' D. P. .A. r.....tale lad day of ....-.... A '* aa-. ........... . ... .... ...... ..... ......".... r'. 1010 ;

their glory grass la certain localities D-IWT. IK.UJLCSLET.Clark IGa ,. ---. ... .. . .. __ oteek....tOf.u... ,;.. .. .. . .. !
f+ ... .O .. ...
--- -r--: Circuit count O ol.Ceoaty. Ha. Tine . :ii7...... :: l -
is abundant and very many of our i* ItsC.tin.a asresr be ce. 1p4.rym .. o". ' APd. .. .1107 I It' .J 14ppsn I.

} e our citizens are securing fine crops'ot -.-- .' .. -: - j A V AhSsAGNER'; By ARTHUR B. DONKOAM. / [8MI.1DopwtyClork. _. ' etoIao ....- .peep.... tksaitt.. .. '
P ,
< ..-c; ". aaa M 1111y '

bay,! The high price which corn bring . .' w --'- ebl5.. :ty.... ..pongds.......,..thoI.i... ,.. ....r.. . .. 1 k
ha<:'caused any, kind of forage to be of ATTOmCEY'. LAW; .."... I 1y rt11.Johswea..d 4U .. .........Ior. . ,.118 IS.
] AT .. ..1 . .. .. ... .. >> 'tlt
al..*....". The Patriarch baa purchased"jseveral .W.LVMlHJZor&Co.B .: | foND NOTARY PUBLIC; I-| Notice oi ...Application ,rfor Tax IOJ tr. ......ltt. ;' 11web-... ._k' .. .. a M 1.. '
1(11 ? \
.... ., ,
Deed Given 'Accordance -
in 1110 75
poundsvot,0alfOrnis'Burr - .' : ' : . " I law.N I : laydwr'.", ,,, "' -hstMOWCS;!cIl'O.' . ... ...
v.cloy__.* d, and Intends;,\.make. '.. aafrorV ; ; . . KJSS1t.IMEEi. FLA, With Sections 574 and 575 of lees. ; ........ .. Wok Au/ ;' '."_ .. ",
. .
r. IUQ. '. o..u.., ........ / 1110"
fr lI* ') 'r4is.ei\ : '.",bis plantation.oV7ha R. O'K'': ', E RS. : r --- T :e, the General, Statutes of the II... .L-.. -..Ca......... ... ........... sense.'MO.Ior. .,. .Nor.. ..Ii. "'
L e0We.
our- people. fuHr ';raM" th* ,I J' :: ORDtNANCE.: State or Florida., W.I. ........., .....,.6__ ... 0. L. :Ties ,
.r ,, fsape.tsoa'ot.acb Icrop.and'thus; : J : 7'n' : that the tor nelng Is fen w Bale .1 ..M eo....,..w ..1tei

'l :hat out thenorax>u.corn.'peculationsVbten ,RE A VL E.S'TATE, laisortus' :S TOMB Tax avoa Otraara'.i Public punbaatr Notice It of hereby Taa: .Hvoe truncate-that jaaaos No. ill Kaadall*. 4aled : eo.plete.d ad.Orroai .; teat U el tbt sirir.ost, lud,L- say Mel aver roam/J1"''' Jorn"the basis' ''for ; '' Dnur surd W_wed Vrortdiaf faulty for the Mb day of Julv. &.< D. !_.. hat wade was band sad afflcial Saal.t Cousin- fY n .5k
'4f ; : ; :;AND: i IN$URANCE'WARE' sure to ray tech UOMMO.B filed said eortlfical U mr afflca. and .... mad ant day,f OatoWr. A.0..11t7./

"A;Were will,ber vrosperty.'amona-': ,them, .It OrdalMd by u...Council .,'.&1M Towa ,ofKlotnuDa application with law for-tax:did to teens- In_'aocordaaet W. ..

OUr' .Democratic. rooster Is stillpt.aeltaft City Bald e rUIteat. mbraeoa, IB. fullowlnc dacrtbed (tal> C-U: BANDY.Tat CoI\actw. :'.

vova. present, and tututerrosp.cttt. Bactam I._ All iwraoa. _nl.. oaMI. dray orwacvm ProitpertytNtuatedto' Oocwla' coualy, . .
*h-f or ongacod.. In the oeeapaUoa' of trana.BorHatiiaa. Florida, .' =,
> ''TTbe prospective storms. 1M. e.S and 10 or ihoesak.M. usb! Of i. nf I '
.. 4h +INbN1hM4tN
,. ; AGENTS FOn--, or frobrbt witbla tile Tow Block DL and IL Robert sum' addltHm to KlalmmoCi .. "",,,-wIl.wb4i-
tenors :.
possess no for him; hts'swamp'k -. for hln by ever of dun. wacoa or ether va.klcloi. T. '

hand la fn beautiful condition and thepedmlarrifaoontlnaedtadpold International wbotbar propalloa byBwehiarry. : Th..aid land bNng .f tb* d toi.( C, A..CARlon.Pre.idss. .. '
Harvester Co. .. abaO the luutooo of such ecrtt&cat. ta the ...... ; slip ey'aa aanoal Hinai* tax ofFir. Xniek B. Smith.Ualoai ry.i
.Dollar*, aayablaoaar boforo the 11 day of said eortlflocte.abaft; be redeemed sa Z'
ply eU, 4sbU countenance. tQ'belmlib : .x3: :E: S.
Gasoline.'Eiglnes.: ocw..a ..... roar and -..' fraetaMal lleoaa cording law tax deed will IMU. thereon o* ;
_a tnornlng'aunbeam;fat and saucb ; ..ball. ......110II:' the HtE day of October A. D. 10*. 1. ,

waves hU.tall feather In deflkno 'The Market. feetl s L 'Any rloUr of tblaOrdlnaao.shall f I"Wita L) Miay' Itaa official.lflIt jicnatura eta,..., Baptomber.and seal this 11.: Waters .Carson
Best the
of the outcome and logo of on : ,, We ...pantohod. by a fta*of aot. awro taaa "'.00.or D. HW." R. I,'. Last EY. l |

candidate* or oth.r troubles will make you close prices oh Engines by lmprlac.tua.nt tee sot man they Ua day. O.ceols Clrctilt Court. .
Oooatf, Florida
1l Cow,.Auntloi, 1*" rapidly subsiding .and Pumps in tunning' order ..$'*coafliet AU bcrvwtth.Ordlaaaoa.*...or and part tile*MUM of Ord ara.aorob -. .,. Arthur. E. DoG..... D. q.- I' . w.....;.... tall > .I.'?I. ,. '

and.the unfortunat bo"lne.ire enjoy onyouf farm: rapoalod.raano .' '''- wryNotice, -
Y fog a much needed rest.. ". la opoa...|.. this lat day of Octobor. Publicati on.Dopartraont G'R\O, ER'I.E'f' : ,

'{, ed Citizen with'I's Arch' new appears speculative to be po./o.fever ,!.L< Van;;Duzor' & CO, 'lo 07'Attoit. B.: GILBERT .dark......W.,.....J...t.SBAJtS...*tbu.(8eaI eu.i. . > Land- of CalaovHIIa.- Aoor tna l.tarIoI'j 19.11107.... i ,

p nothing> than sheep 'lie,has )Just J pnrOTd thl".-ld dayaf OetoW. A. D.:I,..,. see that Clam T. ,COUNTY ..._ PORUJS

brourbt dos pretty good ,bunch' from .T.M.MUKPHT.bfajor of t esh r. bas Sid a : .

.Southport sad we may not .have to DR LESLIE" : W., WEEDON of ,..T...of Klotuamo.Oty. auks aaai Bro roar ono,la oopoort of ....'....... 'J' I Celebrated I CIIATEBM '

via: Rom ,.... Eaton :No..SUM mad. JOB S. : Fertilizers ,
givehloa .op.: 'a. soda i."B-.'bid. :: ISO fer"". HEM:) ....... .*S...TownahlpRaamnC. 73'- 'GRA1X '

'expected" . ;:. .n, 'f.. Specialist-Eye., Ear Cattle.JEstfay Noti e.., :.and that Bald.-at..w ....... .be- i 'E, 'C ,.
lA4 board! of.'achOOl la faaa CWrk Circuit Oomrtat Khuaam*.. ..... aaBootoaiborSO eve.- ... Prices .
commissioners Nose l-nci"T Nodes Wfay ft'na; that U 'A. 111...Jat*. hmlh.d : tiJ
roal. en i ApvlleatloM.
( 01 / .
.have- Interfered. with our DiMriot He. I of 00iM0Ia Gouty has .
Ba comes UM foUowmst,witaoaaa*.. dimes hUeoatlaaoo //J\
cbooj attedanc' by establishing AtadUtlii.oaie.a doMripttao .
1 a *roidinei aad mltlratioa of tba .
and a. .t.o.iBt of Upset ,
pr t.ka..9 Joba -
oatray by /.
three .tDtl.Um1t;;, and thus violating kadvtaAJinawaCof.LMchaaa.: . .
''oriainBtoontract: WearenotdUpos* Private'. Hosoitaf,. .American National UHwht Daaa with Oao the.p.r.l-.a ralaaUoo of tbs saes FlaJ Gary SnlkVvan. HI.Dn'S ;. F"U'R &. W'.Q O'L'' :
J dark yallow s.w. n*head Barb no* .
., lonstiama. FU-i Joroaaiah M..dofMato. ,..
ed to countenance aucb act*on the part Bank Building.I Tampa-: .adrWtta ,.. atM oar abet. .cW.Pint Cbarlaa r.' CmmVh W' J.

of our Honi\board. ,It,appear. to a.thaContracts FloridaL. ftrarar.oM.ratiMda*.to* ....... ;Aloe ass U.rbx. KXNKY: B. GRUBS.Y ; . .OoiiaatryMALSBY: : ProtSuoe: -
made .. . ': It' Was wash hlyak bed sod .....sad back.Yes 'Resistor epeCl lt:
enoe should sot aJlMt_iesr Ire....- <<: . !

;be. adlaud during the continuance UaJoMoaU. aaItaaJa l arsWes witbla. 'tb. .

., ; M ;oftb. period ,:fof' JrUek such coaH'act thMaroMrOodbyanroaaM: wW ........ aadwprortaloaa NO1Ce f for.Settlement and.,.tf i n-al 1 1J :--------- McAtiANN

--v ar* mad; partis'm k* prepareAloaii -. . of...... SMI of.... o-.a.tMIItooI. : >1. ticatg ..
students ,' r/t' ," wjNti!! :> oftW tews of ...ataa*of rtaUa.WHaoa. I MACHINERY
f"":' : to, ,,oooi.y .to' the ; .sir oOalal........aad' Sojd :this Slot :Met**.to .... y tiroa lest wheels mot ir.sir. :,. COMPANY, *''y

seavpol fcous and.*. suddsa,, .erml aoC ,P .tsIOEA1r AtrDavweaoM day of Aacwt..D.1907.; ..that.-lobe.-.....4ata.wIII.-.a -c'.eta. JAOfrCaBOMVIUliaT.1 fCA: d.
;? H of .pIldeoutrtacttasnwy'oreates' ,.: .. B.LCUESUIY.Noticed i"--set----to..Ooaoty Jads.Of .. Paoaa Bd.r, ntr" . .0;.... au...._.. ." ;;:;

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